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TWENTY MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 8 1935 KAYSEES BACK-IN UPPER STANDINGS Milwaukee Brewers Slip Into · Fifth Position, Second Section Wins All. CHICAGO, Aug. 8. UFt--The Kansas City Blues were back in the first division of the American association today and the lower half of the league was experiencing the feeling which comes with a task well done. That is, all of the second division teams with the exception of the Milwaukee Brewers, who started yesterday's play in the upper four and finished down in the lower bracket. By dropping a 4 to 2 decision to the Toledo Mud Hens, the Brews gave fourth place to the Blues, who conquered Columbus for the second straight time, 5 to 2. In yesterday's play, the second division clubs made a clean sweep against the occupants of first division berths. The cellar-dwelling Louisville Colonels came out of their role for a few hours to pound out an 8 to 6 triumph over the league-leading Minneapolis Millers in the fourth game of the series. St. Paul and Indianapolis struggled through five and one-half hours and when the final check was made, the Saints had one victory, an 8 to 3 verdict in the first game of a doubleheader. The second contest was called at the end of 13 innings with the score deadlocked, 8 to . BUDWSSERCOPS IN SECOND GAME (Continued From Sports Pase) off first by Ed Christensen, but Leo Espinosa rattled the boards for a double to count 3 runners. "Slim" Smith was tossed out by Mickey MacDonald to end the inning. Suter's triple and DiMarco's double in the fourth had counted the other Budweiser runs. The Wolves scored in the first as MacDonald was safe on Sloan's boot, and was singled across the platter by "Bud" Keegan and Christensen, who got their first hits of the series. Singles by Halley, Mac Bums and Frank Pirkl, with a walk for Mark Pirkl, were good for 3 runs in the seventh, but a nici' throw from Leo Espinosa doubled up Halley at the plate after Lou Wolf had filed out to right field, and MacDonald was thrown out by Sloan to end the frame. It was announced Wednesday at the stadium that, in event Budweiser wins Thursday night at the state tournament in Des Moines. there will be no more Little World series games until fair week. The 'state tournament, the Iowa-Southern Minnesota tournament, and Iowa National guard camp sessions all interfere 'with the schedule. THE BOXSCOBE Shares Honors smooth pitching of Anderson, Negro chucker. The Cleaners got only 4 hits off the dusky boy, but were cut off in the middle of a rally wiiicli had netted a pair of runs in the seventh inning. Roselein started pitching for the Cleaners, while Fritz Liapple took over the job in the middle of the contest. Budweiser of Mason City will be the next opponent of the Street department, meeting the club Thursday night at S o'clock. At the same time, State Brand and Decker Beef will play at the ilier Wolf diamond here, while loyal 400 will meet the Forest City Indians in a windup game. BU01VEISER--7 AB H PO A O.Helm cf 4 1 1 0 Sloan ps 4 1 0 ! Soter 2 1 ) 3 2 2 0 Fnvek c 3 0 9 0 H.Hclm If 3 1 I 0 N.D'rco 3D 3 1 1 1 Moon Ib 2 0 4 * Efinl'sn rf 3 1 2 Smith p 3 0 0 2 Thaves rs 2 0 1 0 TOTALS 30 721 S TOTALS 29 7 2 1 JIIEB H'OLF--3 AB H PO * M'D'M ss 4 1 0 2 Keejran 2! 3 1 4 n Con'lly Ih 3 0 0 1 RincH If 3 0 0 0 Chr'sen e 3 1 7 2 Hnlley cf 3 1 0 0 M.P'kl p 2 0 Burn- L.\V'lf rf F.P'kl 3D 2 2 1 0 Score 1'y Innings: BVnWEISER . . . i . . . 0 0 0 505 0--7 MIEB WOLF .: 1 0 0 0 0 0 2 -- 3 Summary--Errors, Sloan 2, Keesnn, Connelly. ChrWensen 2, F. Pirkl; two base hits, MacDonald, Espinosa, DIMarro; three base hits. Snter; double plays. Esplnosa to Pn^k: bases on balls, off Smith 3. Pirkl z; stracli int, by Smith 7, by Pirkl 5: left on bases, MIer Wolf 7. BadwelMT 4. Umpires, . Mallo, J. Mnllo, F. Malln and Payne. 400 DRUBS LABS Royal 400 of Mason City drubbed Salsbury Laboratory of Charles City in a preliminary to the Mier Wolf-Budweiser game Wednesday night, batting out three visiting pitchers for a 12 to 1 victory. .The 400's made only 8 hits, bul were assisted by 4 errors and 11 ·walks by Hahn. Floyd "Cocky" Espinosa set the visitors down on 4 hits, a pair going to the Charles City pitcher. INDEPENDENT TEAMS Thursday Games. (At Mlcr '.Volf Field.) S--State Brand vs. Decker Beef. 9--Royal 400 vs. Forest City Indians, JO\VA SOFTBALL MEET (At Des Moines.) Class A. Hale V's Indlanola 2; Bruce Transfer (Des Motncs) 1. Streets Department (De« Moines) 8; Marshall Swift (Mason City) 3. Prairie City All-Stars 4; Creston All- Stars 3. Class B. BunneHs S; Opal Foods Dcs Moines) n. Modem Woodmen (Des Moines) 2: Rnsh- In; I. O. A. (Ames) 1. Putterfly Lunch (Des Moines). 7: Peter- sou's (Newton) fi. Diagonal All-Stars 13; Davidson's (Uefl Mnlncs) 2. Johnson Auto-Meyer Oil (Van Meter) 2: Monroe Commercial Club 0. "Marshall and Swift of Mason City slipped out of the Iowa softball tournament Wednesday night at Drake stadium, Des Moines, going down 5 to 3 before the Des Moines Street department, and the FARMERS ATTENTION 0 Loans are available now against approved Warehouse certificates covering sealed oats at 15 cents per bushel. First National MASON CITY, IOWA Stars of the old school and the new, Pauline Lord and Margaret Sullavan respectively share honors in "So Bed the Rose," film version of the best seller. BRADDOCK DECIDES LOUIS MUST CARRY A PUNCH WITH HIM HAZELTON, Pa., Aug. 8. (7P-- "He must have a punch" was the terse comment of Jimmy Braddock, world heavyweight champion, today on the outcome of the Louis-Levinsky fight in Chicago. His manager, Joe Gould, said neither Camera nor Levinsky had given Louis much of a test. Here and There Mite Boxes Gathered. RTJDD--The mite box ingathering was held in the M. E. church basement Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Pearle Hans as program chairman. A play was presented, Mrs. Nellie Nienstedt was on the program. Ahout 524 was in the mite Doxes. Visitor From Detroit. CALMAR--Mrs. Joseph Valenta of Detroit, Mich., arrived for a visit at the home of her mother, Mrs. Eleanor Nestwig, and with other relatives. Visitor From Steele. POPEJOY--Mrs. Warren Jaques of Steele, N. Dak., is visiting at the Frank Fryslie home. She will visit with other relatives here before leaving for home the last of the week. Mrs. Jaques made the trip to be present at the funeral of her sister. Mrs. Amy Holt, at Iowa Falls Sunday. Arrive From California. NORA SPRINGS --Mrs. Lydia Pribbenow Bell and son. Irving, of Lodi, Cal., arrived Tuesday to visit here with relatives. They visited Yellowstone park and the Black Hills enroute. Are Parents of Son. LAKE MILLS--Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Groe are parents of a boy born at the Kingland hospital. Auto Is Wrecked. CRYSTAL LAKE--Elmer Christensen's car was wrecked on the gravel road a short way southeast of town when Alfred Crone who was 'driving his truck came over a hill and hit the Christensen car in the rear, turning it around and throwing Mr. Christensen out of the car. He was uninjured, however. Visitors From Sioux City. VENTURA --Mr. and Mrs. Milford Scherf and children of Sioux City are visiting their grandfather and grandmother, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scherf. Renewing Career Gloria Stuart is already renewing her career in pictures despite the fact that she recently appeared in a new and rather strenuous role, that of mother to a baby son. HOGS REACH $12 MARK ON CHICAGO MARKET Produce MASON CITY, Aug. S.-Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts lite Springs, heavy breedi 13c Leghorn springs He Heavy heiia, iVt Ibs. and over . .13c Light hens 10 C Cocks 8c Merchant* Quotations. Eggs, in trade 20-21C* Eggs, cash 19-200' Eutter, Plymouth 30c Butter, Clear Lake 28c b^cr. Very Best 30c Butter, State Brand 30c Butter. Brookfield 21c New Potatoes 22@25c ·EUITOK'S NOTE)--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown grocery stores. CHICAGO POULTRY CHICAGO. AUK. S. LI'i--Poultry, live. 1 :ar, 34 trucks, steady to f i r m ; hens 17c, Leghorn hens Me: Bock fryers 18c. colored IGc; Rock springs 21c. colored 18c; Rock broilers 17c. colored ISVic, barebacks ISta 4 lOc: Leghorn chickens IfH'-c: roosters 12'X:C: turkeys llfiMc; old ducks 12c. younc white ducks 414' Ib's. up 15c. small 12c: young colored ducks 12c; old geese 12C, young 13c. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO. Aug. 8. Ml--Butter 9,652, firm, prices unchanged. Eggs 9,877. firm; extra firsts cars 24!ic. local 24c; fresh graded firsts cars 24!ic, local 23-lc; current receipts 21@23c; storage packed firsts 24c. NEW ROKK TRODUCK NEW YORK. Aug. 8. I.TI--Butter 9.047. firmer; creamery higher than extra 25?.j 25=ic; extra (92 score) 24vlc; firsts (88-91 scores) 2324^c; seconds (84-87 scores) 21}' t (y22v:c; centralized (90 score) 24UC. ChccEC 207.957. firm; prices unchanged. Eggs 11,720, firm; all mixed colors unchanged. SEW YORK 1'OULTItY NEW YORK. Aug. 8. .T--Live poultry steady; by freight: All grades unchanged. NEW YORK I'lUIDCCE NEW rOEK, Aug. 7. U^--EE8S--26.017. firm: mixed colors: Special packs or selections from fresh receipts. 27% to 31; standards and commercial standards, 26?i to 27: firsts, 25te; mediums. 40 Ibs.. 24 to 24'/i: (llitles, No. 1, 42 Ibs.. 23-^1: average checks. Butter--14,877, firmer; prices unchanged; extra (92 score). 24','t. Cheese--375,183, firm; state, whole milk flats. Fresh, fancy, 17 to 17Va: held grades unchanged. KAKNSAS CITY PRODUCE. KANSAS CITY. Aug. 8. \JT)--Hens 15c; ethers unchanged. PRODUCE FUTURES. CHTCAGO. Atic. a. (.Tl--Butter futures closed; Storage standards. November 247-ac; :resh standards, Aug. 23Tic. Egg futures: Refrigerator standards. Oc- ober 251/ic. ZENGE WANTS TO WEQ MRS. BAUER Reasserts His Innocence of Emasculation Slaying of Her Husband. CHICAGO, Aug. 8. (/B--While a grand jury hearing evidence in the imasculation slaying of Dr. Walter J. Bauer rested, Mandeville W. Zenge, 26. Canton, Mo., farmer-carpenter, today reasserted his inno- :e;ice and reaffirmed his love for Bauer's widow. Asked if he would marry Mrs. Louise Schaeffer Bauer, to whom tie was engaged when she suddenly turned to the chemistry professor, if acquitted. Zenge said "Yes, if she will have me." Zenge is held on a warrant charging murder. He told interviewers that he still loved his former fiancee and "would do anything for her." He said he would not ask her to aid him in his expected trial, because "I wouldn't do anything to hurt her." Expressing concern over whether the state would use Mrs. Bauer as a witness, Zenge asserted, "She can't harm me. for I'm innocent." Assistant State's A t t o r n e y Charles S. Dougherty said he expected to complete evidence before the grand jury tomorrow. Dr. Bauer died July 30 after telling of being kidnaped from Ann Arbor, Mich.., forced to drive here, and then being mutilated. NEW YOIUv. Aug. S. U".--Trading In bonds on the New York stock exchange today v,-as characterized by slightly lower prices for railroad obligations. Kails which suffered small losses Included Baltilmore and Ohio 4^:5. Eric 5s, New York Central 5s and Union Pacific 4s. St. Paul 5s wer.t counter to trend with a small gain. Industrials ruled Irregular. Armour and :cmpany 4}is and Goodyear 5s were up jrac- :ions while shell union Oil 5s and United Drug 5s gave a little ground. Utilities were featured by small rises In American and Foreign Power 5s and Postal Telegraph 5s and slight losses In American Telephone 5s and Western Union 5s. U. S. government issues were steady. Tradilng in foreign bonds was dull. GOVERNMENT BONDS. NEW YORK, Aug. 8. (.11--U. S. tonds closed: Liberty Fourth 4 Vis 101.10. Treasury 4145 47-52 117. Treasury 4s 4-1-54 111.29. Treasury 3ijs 46-49 104.25. Treasury 3s 51-55 103.IS. 7 Gravel Surfacing Jobs Farm-to-Market Class Are on List. in AMES, Aug. S. (£)--The Iowa highway commission listed seven gravel surfacing projects in the farm-to-market road classification in its weekly letting report today. The commission will receive bids on the projects at 10 a. m. Aug. 20. The projects: Davis--Gravel 3.7 miles of secondary road from U. S. 63 east to Floris. Fayette--Gravel one mile of primary road 2G7 from Randalia south to primary 93; and two miles of primary 93 from Fayette %vest. Grundy-Hardin--=Gravel 2.9 miles of secondary road from Whitten south. Linn--Gravel 3.1 miles of secondary road from Mt. Vernon to Palisades State park. Lucas--Gravel 9.6 miles of secondary road from U. S. 65 east through Derby to primary 14. Taylor--Gravel 5.6 miles of secondary road from Lenox south. Taylor--Gravel 4 miles of second- ard road from Sharpsburg east. The commission will receive bids Aug. 19 for 4,900 gallons of sign lacquers and thinner, and for 100,000 gallons of bitumen, the latter to be delivered to various points in the state. BUYERS RULE IN STOCK MARKET Steel, Aviarion, Specialty, Merchandise Issues Lead Upturn. NEW YORK, Aug. S. (/P)--Buying tendencies ruled in today's stock market with merchandise, steel, aviation and specialty issues leading the upturn. A number of new highs for the year or longer were registered, although the majority of rails, motors, utilities and oils were little better than steady. The close was firm. Transfers approximated 1,450.000 shares. Gainers of 1 to more than 2 points included Sears Roebuck, Montgomery Ward, Macy, U. S., and Bethlehem Steel common and preferred, Republic Steel preferred. Union Pacific, Douglas Aircraft, Electric Auto-Lite, Case, Westinghouse, and Johns-Manville. A number of new highs for the year were recorded. The oils were hesitant and the majority of utilities and motors were only moderately improved. Curb Market NEW YORK. Aug. S. i.n--Irregularly and rather wide price changes in a few Instances featured trading on the New York curb exchange today. Gains of a point or more were made by Ncwmont Mining and A. 0. Smith, ivnlle losses of a point to more than 2 points were recorded by Mercantile Stores and Pepperell. Small losses were the rule in American Cyanamirt "B." American Gas and Electric and Bunker Hill and Sullivan. Fractional pains were chalked up by Aluminum company of America and Pittsburgh Plate Glass. Bond Market Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET CHICAGO. Aug. 8. m--U. S. department of agriculture-Potatoes 27. on track 143, total u. S. shipments 328: firm, supplies light, demand and trading light; sacked per cwt. old stock, Idaho russets U. S. No. 1. S1.20-1.27H: new stock, Idaho Bliss triumphs u. S. No. 1. $1.3531.40; Nebraska Bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1, SI.20; Oregon Bliss triumphs U. S. No. 1. 51.65: showing decay SI.37%: cobblers, Missouri u. s. No. 1 and partly graded 90^j95c: Kentucky showing decay 53.10: New Jersey showing slight decay S1.15; Maryland U. S. No. 1, S1.20SS1.22K: showing slight decay 51.15; Virginia U. S. No. 1, 51.20. - NE\V YORK SUGAR NEW YORK. Aug. 8. l.Pl--Raw sugar unchanged today at 3.16 for spots and 3.2J for forward. Futures 2 to 4 points net higher. Refined quiet and prices unchanged at 5.10 for fine granulated. MINNEAPOLIS FLO UK MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 8. LP)--Flour unchanged. Shipments 18,660. Pure bran S17fi'17.50. Standard middlings 518(518.50. Lam son Brothers Market Letter MARKET REVIEW. CHICAGO, AU£. 8. UP)-Wheat--There was a rather narrow market in wheat today, prices backing and filling Mit somewhat under last night's figures There was noticeable selling of December wheat by commission houses and larger traders and there was some hedging sales which went into September. Resting orders took some or the wheat and around S9H-C for the September future stubbornness developed. Sanford Evans in weekly crop report said cutting of wheat has started In south and central areas o£ Manitoba and scattered districts of southeast Sasktchewan according to bureau of statistics at Ottawa. There has boCn a calamitious lowering of yields and grades of wheat In Manitoba and Saskatchewan on account of stem rust. An Interesting report received from Winnipeg that looks as though October wheat would come on board within a few days also that they were unable to say at this time what resistance if any, the trade in general is inclined to take a constructive view of such action as it would mean that the Winnipeg market would again reflect normal futures trading conditions. We continue to believe backing and filling market will be present till alter government report on Friday. Corn--Some short covering in corn today and prices held relatively firm. Ten cars of corn were sold on consignment today. More buyers were interested In caw .sold. Limits were firm. Traders expected the government report Friday to be in line with recent private estimates of 2.300 million bushels of corn for ths year's crop. 410 Register at Show. OSAGE, Aug. 9.--A total of 410 registered at the third annual flower show held at the seminary gymnasium here Tuesday afternoon and evening under auspices of the local American Legion auxiliary. MANLY--A number of out-of- town relatives were honored at dinner at the Jake Douglas home. The guests were the Mesdames Ben Douglas of Claremont, Anna Douglas and Paul Dougles of Mason City and Miss Ruth Douglas, also of Mason City. As we understand it, congress wants to adjourn to escape Washington heat both solar and presidential.--New Haven (Conn.) Journal-Courier. Stock List NEW YORK STOCKS NEW YORK. Aug. 8. Mi- Mr Reduction 143 .Johns Man 62 Allegheny I 1 /* Kcnnccott 20 Al Ch t Dye 157i,i Krcsge 25»4 Am Can 143'.i Kroger 31U Am For Pow 6'i Llbbcy 0 P Gl 36 Am FOW Lt 7,1 Lie My B 321 Am Sm Ret 43!i Loews 39 Am Steel Fdra 171/j Loose Wiles 40!i Am Sugar 50 Lorrlllard 24 V A T T 132 MaytaK - 13% Am Tob B 991,4 McK Rob 6 £ Am Wat Wks 13 li KcK Rob pfd 37 « Anaconda !«"!'. MM Cont Pet I0,» Atchlsoa =1 M K 6 T 3U AH Rcr "'y^l Mo Pac 1,1 . h,VTM sr£ M° nt WtLra " % A^aZ, Corp « Morrel. 60% Baldwin LOCO 2 » %£ £» S f S.1I s£ Natl 0 Ee K A "* ! a JS?x 18^ N»U Dairy U',i I fh »t is5 Natl Distill 26 | e * St 2:S Natl Pow i Lt 10% lorg'war- ^ ^ , H ^ Can Pac 9, ? QUv f Op dc Pasco 575 TM~* P« PCt Gam p pf1 i ; r , Cons Gas S fi S nnl Contl Oil Del Cotltl Ins Contl Motor ?rtl« v?r Deerfp?" D u P o n t Kastman I ' P TM \ U FOX Film A fT* ?ran Oen Am Trans ?" ?' CCrt , Gen Foods Con Rotors r L , UQoCl · 9V ° 30% 30* ·?·" 21'.H 40S 1 » 108K 147 R °y Dulcl Sra « Roe R T(Jb g S1 ' c " «""" gi-Bilv f!"-' 1 / ,, l^c St Brands « * et oil V T "ew Warner Qrnno A. M-nV, *S5«^ Te c TSa. oSlt Sul Tlm Koll Ec:lr U n l o n ^^ Unlon Pa = dfii* 1 2 ? 9" ? « -,,,, 34% ta £ B3 , t HIGHEST SINCE AUGUST OF 1929 Prices Jump 10 to 15 Cents With 7,500 Receipts, 1,500 Direct. CHICAGO, Aug. 8. JP--Hog prices jumped 10 to 15 cents again today to above ?12 per hundredweight for the first time since August, 1929. The top paid was $12.05 while the bulk of good and choice me- diuinweights went over the scales at $11.70 to $12.00." Receipts were only 7,500, of which 1,500 came in direct. The fact that direct ship- i ments have been dwindling lately i has forced packers into the open market for the bulk of their supplies and as a result competition has been sharpened. There were few better grade fed steers and yearlings on sale today and these held fully steady and in instances sold higher. Lower grades held about steady, prime 1107 pound steers sold as high as $12.15 while yearlings were up to $11.65. The sheep market was steady to strong with most native lambs selling at 58.75 to 58.85, a top of $9.00 being paid sparingly for choice | kinds. Sheep receipts totalled 7,000. mi u s imi AI Gt West Suf 30" Wamw'plx Hudson Motors OK Wcs t El Kf E 111 Cent 1414 Woohvorth " 5" - TM* Yel Truck Int Nick Can 2S',i I T T io-r. 4054 14«.i 5 " 64 S 617! CHICAGO STOCKS CHICAGO, Auc S IT 1 )-Cities Service 1-f, Nat! Leather l Dexter S u Nat , stan(1 36 Hellmann B Co 7 _ N W Banco 6 I t f V r l l , SU'ift CO I S ^ I S, F" '·' sv '" In" 33'* W mil 6 pfd 11,1 z m ith i TM'"5-' E * POLIS STOCKS First Bank stock 10!', Northwest Banco 6. IOWA PUBLIC liTILITV PREFERRED STOCKS. (By the Associated Press) Bid nnd asked on Aug. g- Cent st El 7 pet pit (525 par 7 9H Cent St P L 7 pet p(d ...... , D M Gas S pet pfd. (S50 par) 52 56 D M Gas 7 pet pfd (S50 par) 50 54 Interstate Pow 7 pet pfd Je (i 20 Iowa Elec 7 pet pfd ... ifi£ 2 o lowa Elec 6% pet pfd ..'.'.'.','.'.'. 16 18=1 Iowa El Lt pow 7 pet pw .;. mv . 6 ., Iowa El tL Pow 6 pet pfd . . 5 5 5511 Iowa Pow L t 7 pc t ptll 95V . M '- lowa Pow j,t 6 pet pfd 8Sii 82 Iowa Pub Sen- 7 pct pfd 7 6 791. Iowa Pub Sen- 6 pct pfd 73 7 6 ,? Iowa So Ut 7 pet pfd 48 ii 53 N W Bell Tel 6'.J pet pfa 11°" iis '^ " * £ys ' P" Pfd 57 60V. ited Lt Ky s 6 pct pfd 51 5iii Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AMI CO. Mason City Office in Bngley- Bech Bldg. Telephone No. 7 CHICAGO STOCKS E'endli Corp 13*1 Marshall Fields 9'-l Bore-Warn Cp 47»i swift Co 15-u Butler Bros 0% Swift Intl Co 33i Cities Sen-ice Co IT; u s Gypsum Co 62»i Cord Corp 3^£ Walgreen Co 31^ Key st Wire 40'4 Zenith Co i" Ll!, McN Lib 6',1 NEW YOKK CURB Am Gas Elec 33ii Hecla Mining 10V1 A Cyanamid B 21 Hi Walker Co 27% Am Sup Pow Co 2'6 Hud B M s 15% Ark Nat Gas A 1% Humble Oil Co 5Sy. Can Marconi 1% King Bud fow 7% Dist Corp scag 23»i Niles-Bem-Pond 221,4 El Bb Share Hit s o Ky Co 2114 Ford Mo of Can 2S',1 United Gas Co 3 VI Ford Mo of Eng STs Un Li Pow A ·""/· NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 15;* Jewel Tea en 66 '/· Am Bank Note 29^ Kelvinator Co 12^ Am Beet Su Co 14!^ Lambert Co 22V- Am C Fy Co 23'.; Liquid Carb Cp 32 " Am Roll'g Mills 24% Loose-Wiles Bis 4014 Amer Metal Co 21 Slack Truck 21H Am Ra S Co 17Vi Mathieson Alk 29% Amer Tob Co 99 V- McLellan Stores 13% Armour ft Co A 3;s Mcx Seab'd Oil 30% As Dry Goods 14 Min. Mollne Imp 4»i Best Co 49% Motor Products 34*1; Briggs Mfc Co 40% No Amer Avi 3vi Byers A M Co 16"! Otis steel Co 11% Calif Packing 33:{i Park Utah Cop 4 % Caterpillar Trac 52% Peoples G LI 39 Com Credit 51";! Plymouth Oil 9V, Com Solvents 18 S Pub Ser of N J 41 " Cont Oil 21 Vj Pure Oil Co 9 Cr of Wheat 37% Purity Bakery 13% Curtiss-Wrl Co A 7T'» St Joseph Lead 20 Douglas Alrc 29 Vi Simmons Co 12'£ Eaton Mfg Co 22 So Calif Edison 19^ Elec Auto Lite 26 Sperry Corp 12 !£ Erie R R Co 9-i Tide Wa As Oil loy. Firc'ne T £ Ru 15% tl S Smelter 104 »I Foster-Wheeler 15-ls Util p Li A 3% GKddeo Co 3011 Vanadium 1314 Gt North'n ore 1314 Un Gas Imp 16fc Houston Oil 14"!( Warren Bros 4V1 Houst Oil (new) 2-y, Western Union 47-i Hupp Motors I 7 /, Worth'n Pump 17 Int Carriers 6H Youngs S T 26 Indust Rayon 28^ Hides and Wool Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 308 Fifth Street "southwest. Horsehlfles ...... ....... J2.BQ ·GREEN BEEF HIDES Op to 23 Iba. .. ...... _ ..._ .......... --...4c 25 to 45 Ibs. ........ -- ................ 3^c Mora than 60 Ibs. ...-. ......... ,,-- .. .3Hc Buti nides ...... ........................ 2c ·Cured hides half cent more a pound. (On above price naif cent hicaer to wholesale dealers tn wholesale lots. ) BOSTON" WOOL MAKKET. BOSTON". Aup. S. (/T 1 )--U. S. department of agriculture-A lair volume of business (n the wool mar- hot comprised mostly line and Vi blood territory wools and medium semi-bright fleeces. Sales have been closed on strictly combine 5Ss, 60s, Vi blood tcrriUoty at 70-72 cents scoured taste and at 66-69 cents on French ccmbln; of the same Strictly combing 56s. »i blood semi-bright ffecces have been mid nt 57-60 cents scoured basis. Prices- were steady to firmer on the 64s and f i n e r tt-rrittory wools. They keep saying that this "soak- the-rich" idea is an old one. That's true--Robin Hood had the idea years ago.--Flint (Mich.) Journal. Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS Hog prices at midwest markets Thursday: OTTUMtt'A--Up 10 ccntfl. 140 to 100 Ibs. JIO.IOIO.'IO- 150 to IGj Ibs. $10.40frl0.70; 160 to 170 Ib3. $10.70S'11; 170 to 180 lus. $10.90fj)11.20; 180 to 200 Ibs. $m$11.30; 200 to 22j Ibs. SH.10@11.-10; 220 to 2511 Ibs. Slid 11.30; 250 to 270 Ibs. $2Q.9Q$t' 11 20; 270 to 290 Ibs. $10.70fill; 290 to 350 Ib3. SIO.303'10.00; 350 to -lOj Ibs. $9.95ftf 10.25; packers 275 to 350 Ibs. $9.75(?! s lU.or; 3!0 to 425 Ibs. 59.009-SO; i25 to 450 Ibs. 59.30^0.60. WATERLOO--HOKS 15 cents higher. O''Od to choice 110 to 150 Ibs. $10@10.3j; 150 to 160 Ibs. 510.25^10.55; 160 to 170 Iba. 510.50 «t 10.80: 17U to 180 Ibs. 510,85-$11.15; 180 to 200 Ibs Jllin'11.30; 2 U Q to 220 Ibs, $11.10 ifi'31.40; 220 to 250 Ibs. 511(5-11.30; 250 to 260 IbR. 510.755)11.05; 290 to 325 Ibs, 510.45 iff 10.75; 325 to 300 Ibs. Sl0.25fl'i0.r.'i; pack- tOP sows 275 to 350 Ibs. $9.75'?f'10.05; 330 to -125 Ibs. $9.55(3'9.S5; -125 to 350 Ibs. $9.35 #9.65. CEDAR RAPIDS-- Good hopg ISO to 160 Ins 510.45^i 10.70; 160 to 170 Ibs. 510-70iff 10.95: 170 to ISO Ibs. $10.95n.20; ISO to 20.1 Iba Sll.OQ® 11.30: 200 t o 220 Ibs. S11.15fy 11.40; 220 to 250 Ibs. 511.05©: 11.30: 200 to 270 Ibs. $10.95($11.20; 270 to 290 Iba. S10.SOfffll.05; 290 to 325 Ibs. SlO.efj.!' 10.85; 325 to 350 Ibs. $10.40^10.65; good packers 275 to 350 Ibs, $9.80^10-05; 350 to 425 Ibs. S9.60T'9.85: 425 to 500 Ibs. $9-40 #9.65; 500 to 550 Ibs. 59.20^9,45, AUSTIN--Market 15 to 20 cents higher; pood to choice ISO to 200 Ibs, 510.5517)11.25; good to choice 200 to 220 Ibs. $11.05'Mil,3.'i ; good to choice 220 to 250 Ibs. $10.00^11.20; poad to choice 250 to 290 Ibs. $10.55^10.80; Kood to choice 290 to 35J Ibs. $10.15frlO.' packing sows good, all weight, 59 Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, Aug. 8.- HOGS Twenty cents higher. Good light tights 140-160 Good lights Good lights Good light butchers ... 200-220 Good light butchers .... 220-250 S 9.75-10.00 18,,.ISO 510.65-10.^0 1SC-200 $11.00-11 3o 511.10-11--0 SH. 10-11.40 Good med. wt. butch's 250-250 $10.75-11.03 Good hi", butchers Good pr. hy. butchers Good packing sows .. Good heavy sows .,. Good big hy. sows 2DO-35;) S10.30-ir,.(50 350-400 5 9.90-10.20 300-350 $ 9.70-10.00 350-425 5 9.50- 9.80 425-500 S 9.20- 9.51) Gcod big hy. sows 550 and up 5 8.90- 9.20 (The above ip a 30:30 truck hog market r good and choice hogs. The difference in price is for short and long haul hogs.) CATTLE Steers, choice 1200-1400 S 9.50-10.50 Steers, choice 1000-1200 5 9.00-10.5J Steers, med. to good 1100-1400 5 7.00- S.fid Steprs. med. to good 900-1100 5 6.00- 7 00 Steers, com. to med. 900-1100 S 5.00- 8.00 Heifers, good to choice S 7.50- 9.00 Heifers, medium to gocd .... $ 5.50- 7.50 , common to medium -- S 4.50- 5.50 Cows, good to choice - 5 4.00- 525 Cows, fair to good S 350- 4.50 Cows, cutters ..,.,.... 5 3.00- 3 JiO Cc-ws. canners - 5 2.50- d.Un Bulls, heavy .... - S 4.50- .2 Bulls, light $ 3 . 5 0 - 4 . 5 0 Calves, gd and choice 130-190 S 6.50- 7.00 Calves, med. to good 130-190 S 6.00- 6.50 Calves Infer to com. 130-190 5 6.00 down LAMBS Yearlings, good to choice 70-90 $3.25-5 50 Yearlings, med. to good 70-86 S4.50-5.2S Yearlings f alr to medium . S3.25-4.25 Culls , ... 53.'i5 down Lambs, good to choice .. 70-90 57.25-7.75 Lambs, medium to good ., $5.25-*.25 Lambs, fair to medium S3.25-i.2.i Culls $4.25 down Buck lambs 51 less. No dock on lambs. Quotations subject to marhet fluctuations. COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOINES, Aug. B. LT)--U. S. department of ngrJculture-- Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 9 packing plants located In interior lowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 6,600 compared with 10.700 a week ago and 16.900 a year ago. Unevenly 10 to 25 cents higher than Wednesday ; i ri'.de undertone some 'stow; loading indicated shade heavier. Quotations follow; Light lights 140 to 160 Ibs. S105r:i0.80: llpht weights, ICO to ISO Ibs. 510.70(^11.30; ISO to 200 fbs. Sllf'i'll,SQ; medium weights, 200 to 220 Ins. 511.10^11.60; 220 to 250 Ibs. Sn^ll.50; hca%-y weights. 250 to 290 Ibs. S10.G5.Ti' 11.30; 290 to 350 Ibs. S10.25frt'10.80; pigs 100 to 140 Ibs., blank; packing sows 275 to 350 Its. 59.75010.15; 350 to 425 Ibs. S9.50rrt9.90- 425 to 550 Ibs. S9.25ft 9.75. weights; good to choice heifers 58.75(7M0.25; load 717 Ibs. $10.35, odd head 510.50fT-11; bulk beef cows $4.50(36; cutter grades S3.30 «?4.25; medium bulls 55.255? 5.85; practical lop voalcrs SS.50. SHEEP 5,500; Including 789 direct; aalatle supply: Fourteen loads range lambs, one load clipped lambs, two loads natives, about 20 per cont feeders; lambs slow, early bids weak, asking f u l l y steady: sheep steady; feeders active, 25-40c higher; early sales range, lambs SS^ S.15, some held higher; holding bulk sorted native lambs around 5S-40; slaughter ewes up to 53.25; bulk range ice-ding lambs 57.90ig'S.25; choice yearling ewes 56.S5. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO. Aug, S, L-T)--U, S. department of agriculture-HOGS 7.500; Including 1,500 direct; opening slow, 10 to 15 cents higher than Wednesday's average; top $12.05; bulk good and choice" 170 to 250 Ibs. $11.75^)12; smooth. light and medium weight packing sows SlO.f.O up · unsorted lots mostly 10. 25 and 4.U cents; later market slow, bidding around j steady; pigs scarce. CATTLE 5,000; calves 1.5CO; better grade fed. steers and yearlings scarce, fully steady, higher in instances; lower grades also getting action about steady; fat coiv-s and all heifers firm; cutter c'jws rather slow, about steady; bulls steady; vealers strong; prime 1107 Ib. steers 512.15; yearlings avcragi^C 1030 Ibs. 511.65; no strictly finished heavy steers here; heifer yearlings 510.75; selected vealers 59.50^9.75; Etockers and feeders very scarce, unevenly higher. SHEEP 7,000; active; bulk all classes steady to strong; most gooi to choice native lambs $S.75??8.S5; top 59 sparingly to all interests; double good to choice Idaho rangers 58.75; good to choice 78 Ib. yearlings 56.75; native ewes S2@3.5Q. KANSAV, CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY, Aug. S. (.-D--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 1.100; no directs, very slow, early 240 down to shippers steady with Wednesday's best time; later sales 250 Ibs. and up lo packers u n e v e n ; about steady with Tuesday's average; top 511.55 on choice 200 to 2-}0 Ibs.- desirable 170 to 2-10 Ibs, 511.35^ 11.50; few 250 to 300 Ibs. Sll^ll.SO: light lights scarce; pood sows mostly S9.75@10.10; smooth light weights to 510.50. CATTLE 4,50.1: calves 800: killtnpr classes moderately active, lully steady; grass steers predominating fn run; vealers steady to strong; ktllinp calves weak; stackers and feeders unchanged; choice heavy steers sn.3fl; good yearlings 310,50; bulk grass steers early $6.25^ S; grass rat cows S-J.50 (jT5.GO; selected vealers 58.50. .SHEEP 1,500: killing classes fairly active, steady; best trucked in native Iambs 58.40; most sales SS58.-1Q. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO, Aug. S. (.T 1 )--Official estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle 1,500; hogs 5,000; sheep 5,000. SIOUX cm* LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. Aug. 8, (A 1 }--U. S, department of agriculture-CATTLE 1,500; active, beef steers and yearlings steady to strong, fat she stock firm; stockers and feeders In light supply fully steady; car lots choice 1075 to 1150 Ib. fed steers $11.40^11.60; liberal quotas at 510 up; majority beef cows 5-1.50^5.75; Jew cutters and cutters mainly S3.50i?4.25; sma.ll lots good light weight stockers 57.25 !§7.50; common and medium 57 down. HOGS 2,000; early butcher bids and sales mostly steady; spots 10c lower than Wednesday's average; sows steady to lOc higher; early practical top $11.25; odd lots up to $11.50; better ISO to 2GO Ib. butchers SI I 1 ? 11.25; 140 to 170 Ib. averages 510.25^11; no action on heavier butchers; sows mostly ?S.75*fi'10; few up to 510.10; f fierier pigs scarce. SHEEP 800; including 400 direct; early fat lambs bids around loc higher or up to S8.40; other classes scarce; late Wednesday deck choice 70 Ib. Idaho feeding lambs S7.70. SOTITH ST. PAl'L LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL, Aug. g. CP)--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 1.300; supplies light, mostly plain; few grain fed yearlinps fully steady, pood Ftetrs S9,50T7U0.50; medium and good heifers 57.50 '59.75; cows uneven, around steady; cutter grades 32.25^4 and above; common to medium beef cows $4.25 ft 5.50; bulls steady, better grades heavy 55.25^ 5.75; bulk down to 54..30; stockers scarce, steady; pood to choice steers quoted around S7ftS V ; calves 1.200; steady, good to choice vealers S7.50TiS.fiO; selections 59; common to medium grades 55^7. HOGS 1.400; market slow, steady to 5tronf*. spots 5-10c higher to shippers; better 150 to 250 Ibs. 511 Tt 11.35: top 511.40: bidding mostly 510-2.11711 on 250 to 350 Ibs.; hulk good sows S3, "5^10: a feu- $10-10; average cost Wednesday 510.23; weight 2S3 Ibs. SHEEP 1,300; no early sales slaughter Inmbs; undertone weak; bulk fat natives Wednesday SB.25; rangers $8.35; aped sheep opening steady at 52 fi 3.25 for fat ewes. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA, Aug. S, UV-U. S. UepEirtment of agriculture-HOGS 6.000; rather slow, shipper market JO-lSc lower than Wednesday's average; good to choice 190 to 25C Ibs. 511.25^ 11.50. practical toj,' 511.5?. not much done on heavier weights; big packers bidding steady to lOc lower th,tn tnelr trade Tuesday; good to choice 250 to 300 Ibs. S10.90*i 11.25: Rootf 170 to 190 Ibs. sold at 510.75^ 11.25; good light aantl medium weight packing sows SE.'.O'fnO; around 23c lower than Wednesday shipper about steady Tuesday's packer trade; stags 59T9.SO; average cost Wednesday $10.93, wfifpht 247. TATTLE 2.500; calves SOO; fed steers nnd yearling active, strong with good to cnoice yearlings and light steers occasionally string to 10-lSc higher; she stock and bulls strong to 10-15*: higher; vealers strong, spots higher nn common and m e d i u m grades; stock- trp nn : .l f orders scarce and steady; fed steer?,! yearlings mostly 59^11; few SofldP $n.lO£11.50, latter price for 1081 Ib. Representative Sales CHICAGO, Aug. 8, UP)--U. S. department of. agriculture-HOGS Heavies-- Lights-46 320 11.30 65 197 11.80 37 303 11.75 61 185 U. 44 2SO 11.70 53 177 11.75 45 265 11.SO 58 162 11-60 Mediums-- Light Lights-54 243 11.85 57' 155 11.-i 61 236 11.90 50 113 11.35 56 21S 12.00 S2 202 12, C5 Steers-- CATTLE Heifers-1107 12.15 30 825 39 1206 12-00 32 792 19 1030 11.65 10 641 R.flO 36 1367 11.15 8 534 5-75 14 1030 10.85 Cow. 41 1151 8,60 2 1160 S.OO 74 1047 S.15 14 1035 6.2: 15 836 7.00 3 957 4.50 9 SSO 3.75 SHEEP Range Lambs-- Slaughter Year- 250 87 8 75 lings-1 Native Lambs-- 121 7S 6.75 34 S3 9.00 Slaughter Ewes-131 S3 8.85 4 121 3.50 164 81 S.SJ) 7 350 3.01 175 80 8.75 6 180 2.25 134 78 8.75 i S6 1-50 64 73 8.60 11 86 S . O O 31 85 7.S5 16 SO 7,75 Business Notes By TICKER TAPE In sales reports and profit statements. retail organizations of the country Wednesday presented conclusive evidence of general health in merchandising activity. Montgomery Ward and company reported sales for July 27.7 per cent greatei than in July, 1934. the best July in history. Sears, Roebuck and company reported net income of $9.071,071 for 24 weeks ended July 16, a 32 per cent improvement over the same period of 1931. J. C. Penney company reported sales nearly 14 per ceni over July, 193-1. S, H. Kress and company announced July sales 10 per cent over the 1934 volume. ELECTRIC OUTPUT IN* -SLIGHT DECLINE Electric power ouiput fn the United Slates declined slightly in the -week ended Aug. 3. but remained within striking distance of the all time high for any week. For the ninth consecutive time production was better than in any corresponding week In the history of the industry. Out-turn for the week ended Aug. 3 was 1.821,3113.000 kilowatt hours against 1.657,038,000 in the corresponding week last year, sn increase of 0.9 per cent. This was the largest percentage gain In many weeks and compares with an increase of g.3 per cent in the previous week, when production totaled 1.823,521,000 kilowatt hours against 1.GS3,- 5^2.000. EXTREME HEAT CAUSED GAINS In the week ended July 20. o u t p u t of 1.807.037.000 kilowatt hours was reported by Edison Slectrlc Institute, against 1.663,771.000 In the like 1P34 week, an increase of S.3 per cent. In the preceding week a gain of S-G per cent was shown on production of 1,766.010,000 units. With continuing expansion of air condi- 1'oninp and electric refrigeration installations the- extreme hmi over a Isrse ponion of the country has been a factor in the Increase in demand for power, in addition in- duftrl.T] demand is apparently increasing and ir. better than a year ago when the trend was downward. WHEAT VALUES MOSTLY LOWER Selling Largely to Prepare for Any Surprise in Crop Report. CHICAGO, Aug. 8. ItB--Selling that was largely to prepare for any surprise in tomorrow's government crop report led to lower prices for wheat most of the time today, Hedge selling against the domestic wheat harvest movement was also in evidence. On the other hand, crop advices from Canada were increasingly unfavorable. Wheat closed unsettled. Vt-7s under yesterday's finish, Sept. 90"/s- J ,i, corn unchanged to % lower, Sept. 75',4-M., oats %-% off, and provisions unchanged to 50 cents down. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. CHICAGO. Aug. 8. IJl'l--Cash wheat No. 2 red 91^-c: No. 3 red 91'4 C; sample grade red 87c; No. 2 hard Sl.OS'A; No. 3 hard 99c ft SLOO^i; No. 2 red tough 90?i@91i£c: No. 2 mixed tough 91'AfMic: No. 2 mixed y0^i(Ti'96%c; No. 3 mixed 95c: No. 4 mixed 9-lft j'SVsc: corn, No. 1 yellow 85c; No. 2 yellow 85«iS5Vlc; No. 2 yellow lake billing S3?icr No. 1 white Sfic; No. 2 white- S5c; No. 2 white lake billing Sy^ic; No. 3 white c; No. 4 white 83c: sample grade 73S SOV-c. oats, No. 4 white tough 29c; No. 2 white ,13',ic: No. 3 white 3H1W33C; No. 4 while 30!4fi'31Kc; sample grade 276(; no rye. buckwheat or soybeans: barley nominal lend 34«!'45c, malting 42»53c: timothy seed 53.10 cwt.; clover seed 511@17 cwt. Mason City Grain MASON CITY, Aug. 8.-Feeding barley 24-40c No. 2 yellow shelled corn, old 73c No. 3 shelled, new 72c White oats. No. 3 23c THURSDAY GRAIN CLOSE. WHEAT-Sept Dec May CORN-Sept Dec. May OATS-- Etpt Occ May RYE-Sept Dec May BARLEY-Sept Dec LARD-- Stpt Oct Dec Jan. May BELLIES-Sept OcL CHICAGO, Aug. High Low .91',i .89% .53 .90H .9454 .92«i .76!-: .75 V, .601,1 .5SV1 .61% -60X .30% .321,1 .34 % .44 .46%' .50 .15.90 .15.65 .14.00 .29 /,, .31% .34 Vi .431/4 15.70 15.37 13.60 .91-11-92 .931,4 .751,1-% .53%-H -60S .30 .317a-32 -34 Vi .43% .46% -49% .38 .43 15.SO 15.55 13.62 13.30 12.40 18-85 THURSDAY GRAIN OPEN CHICAGO. Aug. WHEAT-Sept Dec May CORN-Sept Dec May . ..... OATS-Sept Dec Ks.y RYE-Sept Dec May BARLEY-Sept Dec LARD-Sept Oct Dec , Jan May BELLIES-Sept Oct Open Today .90% .92% .84 .75% .59% .60% .43 »i .4654 ...15.60 13.97 Close Yes'day .90% .9211 .94 .3051 .32i,k .31:4 .44 U .47 .50=4 .411 .42 15.80 15.55 13.92 13.50 12.90 18.65 S. Ml-Close Yr. Ago 1.10 vi 1-ljl.t l.ioll .87% .90 w .94% .72% .73% 8.30 8.37 S.77 10.95 11.15 MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. S. (JP1--Wheat 102 cars; 184 year ago; ly. to 2% cents lower. Cash: No, 1 northern Sl.26% 5 ! 1.30!i : No. 1 dark northern 15 per cent protein S1.26i/iS 1.30(4; 14 protein $1.26(4 ®1.30i/t; 13 protein $1.26!.4.@1.30'4; 12 protein 51.2614® 13014; fancy No, 1 hard Montana 14 protein 5U51/,; to arrive 51.15%; fancy No. 1 hard amber durum Sl.201,4^1-271,4; fancy No. 2 hard amber durum §1.1914 ft.' 1.26 Vi ; No. 1 r«d durum 88V4S90Vic; Sept. 51.0914; Dec. .51,03s; May 51-01%. Corn, No. 3 vellow 76f/i'77c. Oats. No. 3 white 29%~@30Sc, Farley 25fi60c. Rye. No. 2, 45/a?46Uc. Flax, No. 1, S1.5S14«i'1.6HJ. Sweet clover seed $3@3.50. KANSAS CITY GKAIN KANSAS CITY. Aug. S. (.W--Wheat 394 cars: I'l cents higher to 1% cents lower: No. 2 dark hard Sl.Oi; No. 3. 51.05; No. 2 Hard Sl.02ffl.OJte; No. 3. 38CS51.0754; No. 2 red 95c: No. 3. 93®94%c. Corn 12 cars; unchanged to % cent higher; No. 2 white nom. 85%i^86%c: No. 3 nom. 83%'585%c: No. 2 yellow nom. S4i/- "i.S5c; No. 3 nom. 83"?S4c; No. 2 mixed nom. S2r??S3c: No. 3 nom. 815:S2c. Oats 8 cars; % cent lower to i/. cent higher: No. 2 white nom. 33it34'/.c; No. 3, 31c. OMAHA GRAIN OMAHA. Aug. S. l.Pl--Wheat, No. 2 dark hard .$1.0514: No. 3 dark hard 51.03 ! ifT) 1.1.6; No. 4 dark hard 92C5IS1: No. 4 dark hard smutty 90c; No. 1 hard £1@1.01%: No. 2 hard 97cftS1.04!'i; No. 3 hard 93%o?Sl; No. 4 hard S9^(92%c; No. 5 hard 84(§g8%c: sample northern spring 75c; No. 4 mixed SSi/ifiGc: No. 5 mixed 90c. Corn. No. 2 white SOc: No. 2 yellow 80%c. Oats. No. 3 white 29 r ri^!30c; No. 4 white 27%2S--;c: sample white 26%5127%c. Barley. NO. 3. 43%c: No. 4. 42c. INVESTMENT Bid and asked Aug. 8: Corp Tr Sh Corp Tr sh AA Mod .. Corp Tr sh Accum Scr Corp Tr Accum Scr i:od Dividend Sh Maryland Fund Nationwide Sec Nationwide Sec Vtc Nor Amer Tr sh Nor Amer Tr Sh 1955 ... Quarterly Inc Sh Selected Am Sh Inc Super Corp Am Tr A ,. U s El L P A U S El L P B U S El L P Vtc 2.21 .. 2.57 .. 2.19 .. 2.57 .. 1.38 ..16.54 . . 3.66 .. 1.32 .. 2.11 .. 2.68 .... 1.37 . . 1.32 .. 3.4S ..15.75 2.2S 1.32 l.SO 17.89 3.76 1.43 1.51 1.45 16.25 2.38 1.46 It is futile to try to please everybody. Even the United States supreme court can't do it.--Toledo (Ohio) Blade. A local viewer-with-alarm points out that if old-time prosperity does not show up before October, 1936, it is legally dead.--Chester (Pa.) Times.

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