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TEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, AUGUST 27 1935 National League BOX SCORES MONDAY'S GAMES T. 1AHJ1S -- * AH H PO A Urlta 3b 4 1 « - Urtk'tU rf 4 1 i ». rfarh J* 4 1 2 3 fdwirk It 1 3 :t It . C'llni Ih 4 1 * » Wl-a.rey r 4 « * « . Nr* r» 4 1 3 1 · T'Jwr M 3 1 « 4 lalkrr f ' * * ' Oniltl 1 0 « " l»1ne» p 0 d · « »Davl» 1 0 U u Total* 34 * 34 « xttatlerf for Walker x.\Ballct for Maine-. Phlladelnhl* _ ' · ITTSBUKfill-- ! All H !' * rnnrn » * 4 " \\-fr rf 1 '- 3 « '. Wrr rf (I -i 2 « miKh'n » :i 1 » · llhr 1 b 4 1* 9 M ·ra'nnr M » » « « ·.ridfn r I S A * Ulrknfer i« 1 « ° 2 Totals 39 1» 51 1- iBatlfd for Smith 1" izBatlrd fnr SI on I 1 rlllLATHIA -- ' AB H I'O A i-hiotM :i i - * tYntklns If » « 3 0 f. M'lir* rf 4 1 · * Cainllll 111 : 1 13' 0 Alli-n e f 4 1 3 1 Vercci 3h 3 1 - 1 Wilson c 4 1 3 * tinnier »* H - I .1 lurfi-ns P 3 U U 2 Total* 31 »!-· "3 · -- |, K C V l - l l t h . In ninth. . . noi o«2 in" -:1 Vi;\V V O K K -- 2 All II I'» A 1. 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XiBaltrl fur Jnrilan In ninth. BM * W1 " 1 " " PRESSBOX (Continued From S-"irl J'»tf) punter The all-stars have been con centrating on pa?a defense follow ing reports that the Bears are plan nlnsr aerial raids. * * * The Badger coach confirmed th report that Duanc Purvis, forme American League BOX SCORES MONDAY'S GAMES It'jrtt C KW Y O K K -- H AH M I'O A III If 1 S 4 1 «lfr k»-:ili 8 4 : h'man rf 1 1 :· 1 chrlc Ih « 4 1:1 2 elklrk rf K 2 » 1 Ickuy r 7 S B 0 aiirrl 2h A « ft « alUVr 'Jl 4 1 I 3 larfrnn r 1) (1 U ynii »« 2 » « « ufflriC l 1 II II II Sllimc p 1) 0 0 1 Toial« 60 ttfall I!) I Hit AGO -- » AB H I'll A Hadrllff It 7 1 1 1 Slm'uils cf 7 Z « « rift 2h H 1 « li |pllllS »N ft 4 - 4 Homini ll .1 2 17 0 IHI,.-.. :lli fi 2 1 H (oiilaii rf . 1 3 2 1 Sr» r ]| c « 2 7 0 i-ht-ip* P a u o :i 1 U,l,fr | 1 0 0 0 /XViitli'XInn 1 0 II 0 \ \ y a t l P 1 0 a I Total. S.I 17 1-1 I'J itmllril for Sail/saver In Ifiilh. j x K a n for Brown In (iuirlr-nlh. »T«o nut ivlien vvlttnliiK run w»» arnrnl. 7lUtl(il for Klsrlirr n Iwrlltb. NP1 . , llk IKK) ft-'fl 012 IHMI '201-- K .l,!,.^,.,, ' ' Kill 100 »("! 1X1" JOi-- !l Krnir«. Hnlfr, Silklrk, Cimil'r; rum tinted In. Knlfn 3, (ii'lir s 3. Selkirk '4, .s m- mox, Dykr*, Srwrll 2: Iwi" !"»»' I'" 11 ' l ""' Kolfr, GehrlE. Dlekey 2, Hnnilrn. Srnrll; nnirrunk, Grhrlf 2, .stnimons; «li"lr» hnsi-n. ;ehrlK, Bniiiira; M^crlfl·^^. Kolfo. K y k c s , Ho- niira, 1 onlmi 2; nonliU playn, S»lli|tmrr 1" .,,,,|.rl In firhrlic. I'hrl,".. to J'lft In Bom|«. - 1 hleiiB" l!'i haunt on lialU, fioiiir* ft. Hr'onn 4, Ill-Shlinir 4, rhi-lfia 4, Klsrlier 4. Vyull 1: ·lrlkfliill«, :oinfi 3, ni-ShoiiK 1. ·hflp« I, Klurlier 2, W y a l l 1; lilli, "" ; "- n« » In » lnnln«», Brnwii ^ In S. II'SI t In *, I'helpn 9 In X 2-3, Klsrhrr : In 3 1-:!. \f»ll 7 In a: winning plleher. W y a l l : ln»- nc pllrher. DrShimt. I'lill'lre*. Siimmrrn. ninnrrn and ItonliHIy. Time. 3 : 1 7 . X K \ V ^ O R K -- 1 AK II I'O A Hill If 4 3 3 II Unite llh n 1 0 4 hiifi'n f f 2 1 1 n lloac r f 2 1 1 1 (Irhric Ih 3 2 « 2 Selkirk rl 4 I -' ' SallVr 21. 3 1 1 1 lornpii* c 2 1 I 1 Dlckry r 2 0 0 1 tyan s\ 4 (I 1 I Murphy p 2 » '2 2 TnlaK 31 11 21 11 Clllllr. ) A l t II I'D A Rnii'iirr u t i i n S iii'ons rr t 1 1 II I'lrt 2I 3 2 2 2 Ati|ll' L K ** 2 t 3 - HonilTu Hi 3 U K 1 l v k e » 3I :i 1 - 1 onlii n rf 2 n 1 « Slirn e 3 0 3 0 Snl'snn n 2 0 ft 2 n«a»h'l.n 1 0 II « Totala 27 K 2 I X aBaltrd for Niilvrwm In »eu-ntli. Srurr. hy Intilng^: Vr« \ o r k 20» ICO 2 -- 7 iClame eailril end seventh, darUilfis.i Summary-- Krnir, Coiilnn: runs but In) In. Illekey. I'lrt. AliplInK 2. Bonura. llyke^; !«,, IWM- hits. Clialimnn. flfhrl|i, I'lrt; Hl.-rr Dykes: double play. Bonnrn In A p p l l n K i Ir't «ni ba*p5. New orl* 7. Chleaco 3; hitse* .11: hnlH. o f f .Mnnhy J, Snlvi-Min I: slrnek mil. liy Salmon :i. I'mplrm. Dlnnern, Dmiorll) nnil Summer*. 'Mmr. 1:40. (l-'lr.l 1'HII^'I-HIA-- 7 AH H I'O A Klnnry r f . 1 ^ 2 0 (,'ranier rf .1 1 3 0 R . ,1'Min I f . 1 2 0 0 KOXK Ih » 2 III 1 Hlccli" 3b * 1 - * MrNalr »· S 2 1 1 WarM'r 2h 4 3 1 7 Itlehnnl'. r 1 I 1 1 Dietrich p 4 II 1 1 i DKTHO1T-- 13 A H II I'd A VVlillr ef .1 0 2 1 t'oeliranr r .1 '1 K Ha.vu'lK e 0 II 0 n Cehr'fr 2h ?i 2 :l - (irri-n'F 11) I 2 4 1 f.oMIn ir 4 2 1 1 K«X rr « :i 3 i Ouen 3h n 2 1 lli.crll -i A 2 1 C r o w d e r |i 1 0 0 lf»l!»eU p 2 1 0 HOG MARKET REVERSES TREND, HEADS UP Produce MASON CITY, Atlg. 27.-Cash QuotatJon* b.v E. Ci- Motme Eggs, current receipts -Oc Springs, heavy breeds 13c Leghorn springs l lc Heavy hena. 4'/j Ibs. and over. ,12c Lifi:ht hens 10c Cocks 8c Merchant* Quotation*. ...22-23c* . . 2]-22c« '.'. . . . . .ZOc '.'.'.'.'.'.'.32c 29c , .22cQ)25c ·EJJJTOU'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtaineo by calling several downtown grocery stores. Eggs, in trade Kggs, cash Butter, Plymouth . . Clear Lake Very Best . State Brand Brookfic'd . Butter, Butter, Butter, Gutter, New potatoes, peck C H I f ' A C O r C l l l l - A l i O . AHt;. 27. I l r n i : i r l c e ) i t i n ^ l i n n ^ f d . K u K " 7.18U, ( i r r u ; c x l m l o i l l i l 2, r i'-i''; / r r . « h xlii'l" 1 l o c a l 2 5 V I - ; c u r r c n l r r r i ' l t l r r U.10. 1 ), [ i r s l n r n r s 2fi'.»c. f i r s t * c u r s a f i ' r i c ; is 21'«2;ic. N K W VOIIK ror I.TIM' N K W Y O i l K . A U K . 2 7 . l . l ' i - - l . l v r p n l l l l r y n u l v lo ( I r r n ; h y f r H B l i i l i t n i l l c r u i S 1 r 2 4 c : v j ^ | l j i l 2 2 i : ; l u r k c y n 17 '» 'Ztf : i l l l c K s Hie; o i l i e r f r r i s h t '|;tlH!r..i ulictinni;ivl. X M V V O K K I* K O I ) I I K Y O K K . A l l l t . 2 7 . I . V i - V)i:K« I I . 170, n l l x f ' l ; ( i l o m : l ' i r . « l « 2 l i ' , c ; t i t i i l c r - ..r s m n l l 205i2.'n-; ( . t i l e r m U r d colors ^ e f l , oi I2,0.in. f i r m p r ; r r f R l i l f r y r p n l r a l l i f r t o i r f 2-1 ' ^ r ; o t l i r r K r F i r t i - , « u n c h a n K C ' l ; '.12 .«»-orcl 2 . S 1 t r , ^r UK!.. M i l , ( | U l r t ; . " I n l e . w h d k m i l k trr-st*. / n r l c y l~ r yLT.-jr; iH'UI l!'31 ( ' j «|iectftl.i 20c, N K W ( u r n ; UK A l i l l I ' l l ! I.TIM . I ' l U I ' A ' X ) . A U K . '-'7. '.I 1 -- I ' o i l l u y . l i v e . :t.'i nn-k!-. hi iw ( I r m , t i d l n t i c e K l e i i d y ' l i e n s 1'..: !:·, n iKi ! - s I S ' - . - r . n i ' i r i - t h i i n t 1 - ; I t i ^ . M'e; . ( · K h . i r n h r n » l l - . . r : l?oi:k [ T V I T H I K ' i ir.v] I S e ; line K h r u l t e r s ]S t i , i r e t u i - : i l . l ' i !'):: l . f K i i n = . t i i " i n c . s m i i l l l"".,e; i k e y s 11 ii Me; olit i l n i ' l l H i - i j l i i r r c l ilncln i:ic: olrt SELLING WAVE JOLTS STOCKS List Reacts After Showing Firm Tone at Start of Session. NEW YORK, Aug. 27. (.'PJ--A j selling wave jolted the stock market after noon today. The list had displayed a firm tone at the beginning of the session. Losses among the more prominent issues ranged from 1 lo 2 or more points. The reaction was attributed largely to p r o f i t t a k i n g on technical grounds. A m o n g the principal casualties wore U. S. Steel, Bethlehem, Chi-ys- lor, Case, Sears Roebuck, du Pont, Wcstinghouse, Anaconda, Western Union, Consolidated Gas, Pacific Gas, A m e r i c a n Water Works. Colu m b i a Gaa. Columbia Pictures. Santa Fc, N. Y. Central and Delaware and Hudson. Trading became q u i e t a f t e r a 15 m i n u t e d o w n t u r n during which the ticker tape got behind floor transactions. The late tone was heavy. Transfers approximated 1,800,000 shares. No great jubilation was exhibited over the passing of congress. It was suggested that trade and industry, along with bellicose foreign developments, might be the principal m a r k e t i n f l u e n c e s over the next several months. Stock List A i r R e d u c t i o n A l l f K h e n y I!) '- '· ''/ l O c , I I'.le. I'Ol- · i l n i e i l ISe. l u r n c l u e k e n s 2 , n » t e r 5 i:i'-je: t » r K l c ; y i n i n i ; w h i t e . i r n n H l ^ r : y r » u n « Cec.ic i:ie, youtlB A m C a n Am For Am Pow A Am SmeU A m Sieel Kdrs A m S u g a r A T t T Am Tfltj B Am W a t e r \V1( A n a c o n d a A t c h i M i n A t l R e f A t i t i u r n A v i a l Ion Balit w i n B O V O f t K STOCKS. NKW Y O H K , A l t E . 27. (,1'J-- Final Q i l i i l M l k i i i i . i 111 Cent JS',1 , f n t l i a r .·:! ,-e ] K 2 ' i I n i N i c k t~~fin '2K-\ 137 J T T 10'« »o\v -V.3 Johns M a n y fi-V,:: [,T A K e n n e c o l l 2 2 % l i e 1l'i K r e » « » 2«'.l 1S»4 K r o n e r 30 vi ::i*t l.lhliey O F Gl 34 '·',, l i l ' i I . I K * M y B I l 6 = i 10U',i l.ocw.s 4 0 ' i i j.| I»I.M) W l l f a 39"., lit I.orlllarri 2 1 ' - ( . JS'.i orp I S ' . I l l 13' i - i i o n i i i; I ' l ' i ' i KKS. n. A U ^ . 2 7 . \ . r i - H u i i e r o r n i ; e ^ i n n r l n n l ? . Nr.veml. I n h i r c n : n i T r i .'i^.-r; Novr i n l i t ' c c r n l n r ^.V^ Purdue star, would be unable to play and said that Stan Kostk;», thunderbolt o£ Minnesota's 193-V undefeated eleven, might be seriously handicapped by a shoulder injury. * * * A guess at the slurtlng lineup of the all-stars is as follows: Ray Fuqua. Southern Methodist, and Ray More, Oregon, ends; Jim Barber San Francisco, and Bill Lcc, Alabama tackles: Regis Momihan Ohio State, and Bill Vevan, Minnesota guards; Gerald Ford, Michigan, center; Capt. Miller Munjas, Pittsburg quarter; San Kostka, Minnesota, fullback, nnd Al Niche- lini, St. Mary's and Bill Shepherd, Western Maryland, halfbacks. BUDWEISERCLUB FALTERS IN 7TH ( C n n t l i m r i l From St"rt 1 ' a K r l Chute's tap toward second base started the last play of the g;mio as Moon dropped the ball and HM- ley scored. It took Leo Espinosa just, throe pitched balls to retire the side in the last of tlir fifth inning- -the last inning in whir.h the Budwciscrs held the Wolves scoreless. Burns was thrown out by Lylc "Red" Sloan, Chute filed out to "Oily" Thavcs in the short field, and Toinby l i f t e d a short one that Harry "Darby" Helm gathered in the left garden. THK BOXSC'OKK K A . N S A S C I T V I ' l l O D I K K A N S A S C I T Y , A lie. '-'"· i . l ' i .'r; o t h e r ? i t n e i u i r i K f r ] , Hides and Wool ^notations l^irnlshed hy \Volf Bros., Inc, 308 F i f t h Street Southwest, HOttSF.HIDr.S Curb Market N K W Y O F I K . A n t . 2 7 . l.yi -- Fresh I n i y t i i x I n m l i i l n K n h n r e s a n d u l l t i l i e s , c o i i t H c i l w i t h m n t l e ^ i r e n e w a l of A c t i v i t y I n oil Mock*. j ; n v e t i l e e l i r l i m a r k e t a f i r m a i i p e a t n n c e t o d a y . T h e m n j n r i t y o f t r m l l n K wn.i a c a l n ccin- c e n l r n t r . i t nmom; u l l l l l l c i . P r o m i n e n t t r n d l n i ; f a v o r i t e s f t ' l v n n t ' i t i c m i n f i r [ r f t c t l o n . i t o a r o u n d a p o i n t i n c l u d e d A m e r i c a n f!R.i. B u n k e r H i l l a n d S u l l l v n n , D I M I U e r * ( X j r p . - S r , a K n i m ! i , I n t e r u f t l l o n a l P c t K i l e i i m . N e w m n n t M i n i n g . . S h c r w i n - W l t l l a m ^ , S u n s h i n e M i n i n g . 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Rl Oil I n d St Oil N .1 S l e w \ V n r n S t n n e Wch S l i i d c h a k e r Texas Corp Texas G u l l Bui T i m R o l l H e a r U n i o n C n r l Unton Pae U n i t A i r U n i t Corp U S G y p s u m n s TIKI A l c h U 8 R u l i h c r II K SI eel W a r n e r Plx West K l A Kls \ \ ' o o l v v o r t h Y c l Trtu-h I R " ; ·n i ! M':'. Ill 111 1 1 : 1.S" 1.1" M 1 1 : T-', S-l V' 4.S 1 ,: fin* R ' 1 2 IK j l I I Tidnl* 42 I I 21 7 hill I nl l u r C r i m r t i T In f i l t h . 7 J Hull (iir K i i w r In f l l l h . riiiiuiifiphitt .200 i in noo-- ^ Urimii i»:i 111:1 :i2«--is Krrnr^. M c N n l r , T-'ix\, N N ' i v r ^ t l r r ; runs t ) H l - tnl I n , C r r c u l i r r g :\. ( ) i » l l n :l, .liilniMin :l, Knxx 2, itn'rfi 4, Knerll '£, Klfhnrrln 'j, H i i h r l n c r r : I n n h:i»r h l U . ( i r h r l i i R i - r ; Ilin'c l«:tli« hits. ( I r i - e u h r r n . !n!»lln; h n n i r r l i n n , K n \ \ , K . J i i l n i M i n ; s t o l e n buses, Tlnney, K n v ; jiiicrlflc^s, ( ' i i r h r n n r ; rlmiblr p l n y f t . Owen I n f i r l i r l n t r e r t f i C i r e r n l M - r c : I r l t ivn hnsen. l ' l i l l n i l l | h l n K. D e t r n l l I I : hn-.-s on I m l l s . Dirlrirh K : s t r l k e o i i l H . Crntviler A . U d K s c l l 1 . D l i t r l e h I : h l l s , o f f Cruwilrr I t In n, l l n o r l l I In 1 ; wllil t l l o l i e , ( ' r n u i l r r , D l e l r l e h ; H l n n l n t ; i i l l r h e r , M i i Z K e l t . i ; n i | i l r i , Mrfimvan, ,M»rberry nitrt l e l s e l . 'I'line, ? : l l . · l i R K C N ncr.w KIDES Up to 23 Iba ~ «: 2S to 45 I b s . 3^c Mor« t h a n 60 Ibs. ..._ _ _ - . . . 3 % c B u i n l r t e s Jc · C u r t i l h l d c j n a i f c e n t moro a pound. (On a n t j v * p r t c o h a i l cent h i g h e r lo wbol»- sale d e a l e r s tn wholesala l o t s . ) B l ' D \ V K I S K K -- 2 A l t II I ' l l A rf rl K l - r h r r O.Helm SlnHn ss !'»vek c N.H1.M .Th H . l l r l m U Mcmn 11. S u l r r 2\ !..!·»* p Thnve.B r« ·i n « MIKIl WH.l'--1 AH II I'll A l-'lmiey C r a m e r ·Inli'Min l''ll\V I l M ' . N n l r X V n ' l e r M e r r y c H l n M e r IIA--n Alt 1C I'O A rf I 1 0 I r f If (ianw.l IIKTROIT- k V h l l r l I ' n ' r i i i l e c [le'i;er '*)" (ire'ITS Hi l''liv rf » e i t .til Kiu:ell »s A K II I'D A Tnl nil SS Nrore h y I n n i n g s : I ' h l l n . l . l | i l i l i \ D e t r n l l . . rum ooii Hr.!. "mi lien IIO'J- \ O ( H , M A U K I C T . BOSTON. A U K . of ri i ; r k v u t t u t r - · l'"atr i i u i t r i t i l l i - n w r o l s I n o i l ^ l n a l r a i t I n t i n ' HoMo ( I n n . Most K'I I C P w e r e m m l c n t \;, .''lj:litly h l K l " ' i . A V S. rtcniutment of f i l s : n m l l i n e r l e r r i l o r y l u i c s i - o n l m u e d to h a v e a t n a r l i e t . P r i c e s were y e r i of : h i r l . l-'reneh c o m b l n t ; , ci n t s r e o u r e d liiisla or IIKI'. l o s h o r l n l i i p l e s o l r l o n l l y a v e r a g e K7-I1S lo ^ ..... I i t c i i l n m o v e i l n i r e d tiasl.i. w h i l e u a r o u n d 71) c e n t s . Bond Market S i i n u i i i i r y -- K r r o r s , ( l \ \ i ' t i , l l o u r l l ; runs h u l l e d I n . K i v \ , H e r r . rin-hriini-, l i r e e n l i e r u ; t \ u huse t i l l , C n e b n i i l e : Hirer ( H I M * t i l l s . K u t i - l ! . \ \ l i i l e ; l i n m e m n , I ' n v v : s l i i l e n base, l * e r r y : ilnllble l i l a ' , \ \ n r s l l e r I n l ( ' u v \ ; l e f t mi linsrs, l - h t l a i l r l p h h t fi. D e t r o l l it: tinses nil h u l l s . "M I t r l d c e s S, M l n e h n l d e r ';; s l r n e U nut, liy ItrhlKes X. I t l a e l i n l d r r '.I. i : m p t r s , ( i r l s e l , ' S l a r l i t - r r y nml . M c l i m v i u i . 'I'lme. I :,in. i.i-:vr:i..\.M--i A l l I I I'O A C i i l i i l ' i T rf '! II 0 n T n l R l « 2S t I H ' I I . M ' D ' a l i l ss Keecnn 2h . n i ' l l y Hi K i n d s If U a l l e y r l l n r n s e f hirte rs T n l n h v rl I M " L I nil M . P ' k l 11 Tut a Is '!K 8 · ·None out « h e n w i n n i n g run s r n r e d . Srorr hy l i i n i n u s : H I ' l i W K l S K K .............. l n " f'll 1 -- 'M I K R W O I - I ' ................ I"" 1 M - I -- S Siimnuiry -- K r r o r * . M i t r l l i i n n l d . M i » " r » . u- ( r r : two base l i l l - . I . i ' l r l . l . M u r D i n i a l d . B u r n s . r n \ r l , - ; h f i n i e r u n * . K l e t c l i e r ; s t r u c k out, h y Ksplnosa I . I ' l r M 7 : i M i l k s . l i f t »ntnnsa J . I ' l r k l f l : |iiissed h u l l s . I ' a i r M I . X n l l e y 1 ; runs I m l l r r i I n . n n n i ' l l y . H i n d i s . H u m s , l ' ' l e | h e r : left cm I m s i ' s . I t n i l n r t s i T ". M l e r Wolf r. I ' n i p i r e - . 4. M a l l " , I ' u y r i r , Kurirrss. r. M n l l n . Time. :M. The president isn't very c f f i i : i i ' t i t . Writing to R siibordinalo. ho usrs 200 nice soothing words to say "Scram." IHISTO.N--II A l l II U c l l l l i i 2 U. ,|'MI I ' r i i n l n s* U. I ' r i l l e Cooke rf Wl'ms :ih l l u h l ' e n l l \ V i l l h e i c ^lteJ·nol[l!^ TnliiM K n s l n n l l e v e l a r d K r r o r s . K n l r k e r l i n e k r r , H a i r . N f e M l l n : run h n t l i - i ) t n , K n i r k e r h o i I.er '·. p l o s U , I l l l l r M . l l l i . . . A1ni:id:i, U . i l . l u n - n ; l i v i b u e l i l t I t . K r r r e l l . D a h l c r e n . \ o s m l k , A l m m h i . M a l i I ' c u r s o n ; three linsf* h i t . Y n s n i l k : l i f i i i i e r u n T r o s k y ; s a r r l f k e , V a l t i e r j : ; i l i n i l i t e | l n . .\lf l i l l i i rn ( r o i i l n t o D a l i l e r e n ; l e f t o n l i m e * l t n « t n n ! l . i l e t e l a n d ~ : huses on h a l l s . I ' e a i son ?. \ \ n l l i e r i ; ;t; st r ! l * e o n f s , r p i i r U n l t i e r s *.. l i n p l r e s . O w e n s n m l T i m e . ^;0.',. \ V r l s l i l I t \ v e r l l l e f \ i - s m l k I f T r i i s k v l i t l l H l e Sb K n l f U ' I ' l l l l l l l i s «no It. K'.n-. URGES HURRYING UP APPLICATIONS Hill Wants Iowa to Receive Full Share of Federal Works Funds. M O I N K S , Alls. 27. (/T) L. S. Hill, acting Iowa FWA director, today urged Iowa c o m m u n i t i e s to hasten a p p l i c a t i o n s for federal works money and t h u s oniible Town to obtain its f u l l sliare before the Sept. \'i deadline sot by President Roosevelt. O f f i c i a l s of thn Iowa works administration, n t the same time protested lhal the enrly deadline will i n a U o nn u n d u e h a r d s h i p on lown, where VVPA machinery f a i l e d lo he- o;in operation u n t i l lonp; a f t e r t h a i in the m a j o r i t y of o t h e r .slates because of delay in a p p o i n t m e n t , of a stale a d m i n i s t r a t o r While [owa still is itwaitinp; approval for its first U'PA a l l o t m e n t s , some slates. H i l l p o i n t e d out. received f u n d s for projects last J u l y . U n d e r present plans, applications for project f u n d s to emloy more t h a n the a n t i c i p a t e d 30.000 relief workers m u s t he in W a s h i n g t o n by Sept. \'~. In eases where w e a t h e r or o t h e r conditions force postponement of cert.nin projects it is deemed advisable lo h a v e o t h e r projects on which tn provide work. It was p o i n t ed out. P r o j e c t s now s u b m i t t e d lo Wash- i n g t o n from lown would provide [ w o r k f.ir only (5,800 men if all were approved. NKW Y O R K . A U K . 2 7 . I . T i - U . S . g o v e r n - m e n t o t i l l c n l l o n s oonllrmcrt t o d r i f t d o w n w a r d n Hie tiond m a t k e l t o d n y . r o l l n w l n R y u n - erday'.s - l e e l l n c whli:h c a r r i e d I h r e e Issues o n o w low*. K R l l loans w e r e s l e a d y . a l - h m i K h a f e w s l i d o T f . s m a l l f r a e l l o n a f r o m h r l r o[icti!nn prlee.s. 'I'ht nei:Hni\s. w h i c h In sonic of the f e d e r a l ssue.s r n t l to A b o u t v , of i p o i n t , \vero i l u d l e r l hy t i o n d men in I tie H c h t of Hie s t a t e m e n t ' o f S e c r e t a r y o f t h e T r e a s u r y M o r - ithivii t h a i t h e d o w n t u r n "doc.sn'l w o r r y p H h i t . " A t t e n t i o n of hond e i r e l e ? wa* l i k e w i s e focu.»eil n n l i i e s e r r e l a r y ' s l r c . l n r a t l o n t h a t t h e t t e n . s u r y h a s d o n e n f d l l l l t ^ t o t n f l u e n c e Ihe m a r k e t . I n t h e c f i r p o r a 1 e aeelion. l n l 1 i m [ r e a n d O h l n 1 V s , K r i e ?»f. a n d t . ' n i o n P n i - i r i o -Is m i i d c i r a l n H of r r a e t l n t i . s along w l l h A m e r l e n n n n r t K o r e l y n Power ."is. D e t r o l l K d l K o n |!=;.s \ v t r e lo\i-er, Tlie f o r e i i ; n r l ^ p a r l m e n t w n s t i n i e t . t n n r k e d hy a M n n l ! lo.'s in l l r v l i a n 7s. f ; O \ ' i ; R . \ . M K . V T H O M t S NKW Y O R K . A l l f J - 27. I . P I --· U. S. bonds l . i t i e r t y F o u r t h · ' , s ^.1-.Ti HH1.27. T t r n s i i r y ·! ' , .s .|7-. r 2 1 1 . % . 7 . T r e a s u r y -1s -u-.vi 11(1.S. T r e a s u r y :l-V.s I 0 - i : t .lune 1116.^1. T r e a s u r y n'.is ·tr-l!l i r i a . ' J R . T r e a s u r y 5s 6 1 - n f t 101.27. t l l l C A f J O STOCKS C H I C A G O . A l l C . 2 7 . C I H e K S e r v i c e I :, N a t l L e a t h e r J l c l l m a n n Kr Cn i'i" L N W Banco l . i h b y M c N e i l 7 Q u a k e r C a t s M W t ' t l l "i S w i l l * Co M W L ' l t l r, j i f d t ' 2 S v i f t l u l l PRICES MOSTLY 10 T015 HIGHER trictly Good, Choice Steers Sell Firm, Inbetween Grades Active. CHICAGO, Aug. 27. .'D--The ownward trend in live hog values was reversed here today and quota- ions were mostly 10 to 15 cents ligher than Monday's average. After reaching a top price of 112.20 on Aug. 1, the highest here in ix years, hog values began slipping ate the next Monday and continued leclining until the top price was carried downw'ard 70 cents to $11.50 yesterday. Today's lop was $11.60. During the same time dressed pork prices yielded $2.00 to $2.50, jut yesterdays' decline in pork loins cleaned out the supply and it was evident that with a break og $5.00 to $5.50 from the high point of 10 lays ago, the decline natl run its course. Strictly good and choice steers and yearlings sold f i r m , and inbe- tween grades got some action. Only common grassy and warmed-up killers ruled slow and weak. An early steer top was $12.40, but prime kinds were held well above t h a t figure. Fat lambs opened slow but most sales were around steady. However some interests were bidding lower. Good to choice n a t i v e lambs sold upward to $9.25 to $9.50. Hog Markers MIDWfcST HO(iS Hog priced at mlcl'/ot r n a r k e t i Tue»d»y H'ATKKLOO--Ho-fi steady lo 10 cenis h l c h e r . Good to choice 140 10 150 Ibi. J'J.2r, ft 11.55; J5U to 160 lt». J9.509.80; 16U to 170 Ibs. *».00ti 10.20; 170 to ISO Ibs. J10.:iu «ll0.60; ISO to 200 los. 110.60i} 10.S»0; 200 lo 220 lb» »10.7S6-li.05; 220 to 2So :hs. J10.«5ff 10.US; 230 to 270 Ibl. J10.S5U 10.S.'). 270 to 2M1 Itu. 110.40^10.70; 2«0 to 32A Ibs. f l O . 2 0 l f f l U . A O ; 325 la 350 Ib*. J9.SOti 10.20; p M C k l a x »OW1 275 to 350 lt». *9.10i B.40; 350 lo 425 Ibl. J8.903 9.20; 425 to S50 Ibs. iS.70{{.9. OTTUMVVA-- HOIK »te»dy to 10 centi lower; 140 to ISO Ibs. J9.20{j9.50; 150 to 18J Ibs. JS.5.,4j 9.80; 160 to 170 Ibs. fV.00® 10.20: 170 to ISO Ibl. J10.20«10.50; ISO to 200 Ibs. J10.50Q 10.80; 200 lo 220 Ibs. JlO.TOSpll; 220 lo 25J Ibs. tlO.60® 10.90; 250 to 270 Ihs. J10.505H0.80; 270 lo 290 Ibs. J10.30 10.60; 290 to 350 Ibs. SlO.OSfc/10.35; 350 to 400 Ibs. J9.559.S5; packers 275 to 350 Ibs. «9.15ijt.45; p a c k e r s 350 lo 425 Ibs. S8.90u 0.20; packers 125 to 150 Ibs. J8.709. I ' K I I A S KAI'IUS--Good hogs 150 lo Ihll Ibs. S'J.fiOjl 9.85; 160 In 170 Ibs. i'J.UOjJ' 10.20; 170 10 180 IhB. J10.25((. 10.50; ]S,l to 190 Ibs. J I O . 7 5 ^ 1 1 ; 190 to 250 Ibs. JlO.SS'u 1 1 . 1 0 ; 250 to 270 Ibs. J10.6510.90; 270 to 29ll Ihs. J 1 0 . 5 5 f | l f l . 8 0 ; 200 to 325 Iba. $10.30 frlO.55; 32Tj to 350 Ibs. J10.10J))10.35; good packers 275 lo 350 Ibs. J 9 . 2 0 l i j i 9 . 4 5 : 350 to ·12. r i Ibs. J9®.9.2fl; 425 to 500 Iba. J8.80J1 9.05; 500 to 550 Ibs. J 8 . 6 0 r « S . 8 5 . 1KS -MOINKS--Steady to !(];; h i g h e r ; 140 to 170 Ihs. .$9.!5'il'10.0. r i; 170 to 290 Ibs. *10.:OSH0.9O; 290 Ihs. up J9.55Q 10.25, e°ort packers JB.-I5®SMS. Ai;STIN --Hogs 8.300; market lOc h t K h e r ; Kcorl lo choice 180 to 200 Ibs. J10.B5(ti 10.95; 200 to 220 Ibs. S10.80®11.10; 220 lo 250 Ihs. J10.65«cS lfl.95; 250 to 290 lb». J10.20W IO.RO; 290 to 3T0 Ibs. J9.9010.20; packing sows good all welfihbi JS.60ry'9.40. WHEAT MARKET CLOSES LOWER Traders Shift Attention to Canadian Marketing Uncertainties. CHICAGO, Aug. 27. UP»--Wheat prices fluctuated nervously, dipping lower at the clos« today as traders in an unsettled market shifted attention from congressional developments to uncertainties associated with the Canadian wheat marketing .policy. Trading was dull and featureless. Adjournment of congress without passage of the commodity exchange regulation bill had little or no market effect. Wheat closed % to % cents below the previous finish, December 89Ts (ff'90 cents, and corn was unchanged to l»i cent off, December 56%-(f/ 56',;; cents, with September liquidation leading the downturn. Oats were unchanged to U cent off, rye !4 to % cent down and barley unchanged to % cent up. Lard held steady to 25 points lower. net-Birrs. L-Vl--U. S. d c p a r l - Moson City Livestock 131':. M I N . N K A I ' O I . I S .STOCKS M ' I N N K A P O L I S . A U K . 2 7 . l.Vj---SI' c l n s p r ! ; First B n n k S l o r k HI'^j. Norlhwe.il Brvnro .'» l ~ . icks A u g . 27.-- S !t.2. r i- «..'id J1D.20-10.1.'. $10. IS-ll).7. r j S 1 0 . 7 0 - l t . 0 0 S10. 70-1 1.00 JIO.SS-IO.B:) $ fl. 90-10.20 $ 9..10- 3.80 S 9.in- 9.40 $ S.9(l- 9.211 $ S.70- 9.110 S S.SO- 8. SI) hoK m n r K e t Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied hy LAMSON BROTHER'S A N D co. Mason City Offir.c in B:in' e y- Bect Bldg. Telephone No. 7 A\1ASON C I T Y HOCS Ten to 20 e c n l s h i g h e r . Good l i g h t l i g h t s . . . . 110-160 f l o o d I f Kills IftO-lSO Good lights 1SO-200 Good n c h l buichcr.i .. 2nr-220 (;ood l i R h t h n l c l i e r a . . 220-2511 C.orxl med. w t . l u n c h ' s 2"i,.-2!tO Good h e a v y b u t c h e r s . .. 200-3511 C i o n d pr. hy. b u t c h e r s ilSO-ldO Ooort p a c k l n K sows .. 275-350 Good heavy pows 350-425 Good h i q hy. M.'.VS . . .125-500 Good bij; h v . sows 550 and ill" (The above is a 10:30 t r u c k fr r K ^"d a n d choice hoes. The d i f f e r e n c e In price Is for short and Ions h a u l h t i ^ s . ) CA I ' l i . r . Stee.rs. choice 1200-MOO Steers, choice 1UOO-1200 Sleers. nu'il. lo fjood 1100-HOO Sleers. med. lo good 900-110P Steers, com. to med. 000-1100 H e i f e r s , good to choice H e i f e r s , m e d i u m to gocd . . . . H c l f c r s , common to m e d i u m ..- Cowi, Rood to choice Cows, f a i r to good Cows, c u t t e r s Cows, c a n n c r s Bulls, heavy -.B u l l s . ItRhl ····· Calves. K 1 - a n r t choice 130-liio Calves, med. to cootl 130-190 Calves, I n f e r , to com. 130-190 T O M K I N K H HW. I1KS M O I N K S , A u g . 27 m c n i o C H R r i c n l t u r e -C o m b i n e d hog r e c e i p U at 22 conce.ntralion yttrrls and 9 p a c k i n g p l a n t s located i n I n - t e r i o r Iowa a n d s o u t h e r n M i n n e s o t a f o r t h e 24 h o u r p e r i o d e n n c r t at S a. ni. today were 8.300 compared w i t h 9,900 a w e e k ago and 8,400 a year ago. B'eller grade b u t c h e r s and p a c k i n g sows m o s t l y lOc h i f i h e r ; some bids up more and a few u n c h a n g e d , some m e d i u m q u a l i t y l i g h t l i g h t s 10-15c l o w e r ; t r a d i n g f a i r l y a c t i v e ; l o a d i n g slow. Quotations t o l l o w : Light l i g h t s 140 to 160 Ibs. fjood and choice $9.25fti 10; l i g h t w e i g h i s 1BO to ISO Ibs. 58.9flHilO.65; ISO lo 200 Ibs. S10.50«i'M.O!; m e d i u m weights 200 lo 220 Ibs. S10.70W 11.15; 220 to 250 Ibs. $10.6SW 11.10; h e a v y w e i g h t s 250 to 290 Ibs. $10.35 f i l l ; 290 to 350 Ibs. S9.90«Ti IO.SS; packing sows 275 to 350 Ihs. good $9.10''i 9.55; 350 to 12.', Ibs. 5 8 . 9 0 ^ 9 . 3 0 ; -12S to 550 Ibs. $S.651j 9.10. I.IVKSTOCK K W R K C A S T . C H I C A G O . Aug. 2 7 . I . T l -- O f t l i ' i a l p s l i m a l ed receipt^ t o m o r r o w : C a t t l e 9,000; hogs 11.000; s h e e p 11.000. CHICAGO CASH ;RAIV. C H I C A G O , Aug. 27. i .·!·--Cash wheal -Nn. 2 hard Jl. OA'i P 1.05'. i; No. 3 hard SI.02 11.03',1; No. a m i x e d t o u g h 90®91c; Nrv. 3 red tough S9'.lc: No. 5 red tough S5c; No. 4 mixed t i i u g h S6!ic; No. 5 m i x e d touch R5c; No. 3 m i x e d 9Sc; corn. No. 2 m i x e d 7Sr; No. 2 yellow 79',ic; No. 3 yellow 77'/jC due lo b i l l i n g ; No. 4 w h i t e 76c; oals. No. 3 · v h i t e tough 27'i ffl2Dc: No. 4 w h i l e t o u g h 250ic; No. 2 -while 31c: No. 3 white 28!' 1 '(U 3CW; No. 4 while 26',ii; 27'.,c; s a m p l e sratie 22',{.«. 26H'C: rye No. 4, H}ic; no b u c k - w h e a t ; n o soybeans; harlcy, n o m i n a l , feed 3-l(T|.15c. m a i l i n g 42Sifi3c; t i m o t h y seed per c w l . S2.75; clover seed per c w t . S10.25B I B . Ijird l l c r c c M $15.87; loose $16; bellies 519.12. Mason City Grain MASON CITY, Aug. 27.-Feeding barley ............ 20-3oc No. 24 yellow shelled corn, old 72c I « ) \ V . I O N K S A Y K R A f i K S I n d h . K n i l s 2 P. M 127.:|7 a.'i.OO ( H I C A C O S'I'OI KS C o r p I S nil 2 I . 5 B » 9.50-10.50 j 9.00-10.50 S 7.0U- 8.511 J 6.00- 7.00 J 5.00- «.00 J 7.50- to.OU J 5.50- 7.5U S 4.5U- 5.-"' n S 4.50- 5,25 S 3 50- 4.50 J 3.00- 3 M) J 2.50- J.OO $ 4.50. h.:. 1 ! S 3 50- 4.5U S 7.00- T.50 S 6.50- 7.0U J 6.50 down Representative Sales C H I C A G O . A U K . 27. l . l ' l -- U . S. d e p a r t ment of a g r i c u l t u r e -- R e p r e s e n t a t i v e s a t e s ; HOGS. I-iBhts-- 10.85 No. 3 shelled, new White oats, No. 3 Rye, No. 2 W H K A T -- T V K S D A V G R A I N C L O S E . C H I C A G O . A U R . 2' t l i f h H e a v y -48 " 327 31 295 ,i9 272 fiS 259 M e d i u m -- t!l 211 70 22S 160 215 25 201 11.25 11.50 11.50 5! S3 50 75 L i g h t 27 80 1S2 170 162 L l R h l s -153 142 11.55 11.35 11.00 10.75 Ben I V u l l r r r B r o s f i C i t i e s S e r v i c e Co I C n r d Corp 4 l . l h . Mi-.V S- Mb 7 I.ions O 11 Co I M a r s h a l l K i t - I d s !"· Q u a k e r O a t s 131 V S w i f t A- Co 1.1', S w i t t l u l l C o 2 0 U S G y p s u m Co f»2 l , \ V r t I g r r o n Co '/.onllli Co 31 MC\V V O R K C V R « Miscellaneous I I I \ V a i k e r rto Hud B M S H u m b l e Oil Co N i a t ; H u d Pc»\v Am f. A Klcc 31 A C - a n a m l [ l B 2.T Am Sup Pnw Co I Ark N;it Gas A 1 As Ci it Mice A 1 N i l e s - B e r n - P u i u l O i s t Corp Spilj; 2;l'i S O K y Co Kl ni t Shan- 111"; t ! n l l e , | n : l s c:u I'orrl AM of C l i t l 2 5 ' ! t i n I.I Pow Ford Mi) of K I I K T:. N K W V U K K S T I M ' K S I V i YeaHlnc... good to choice 70-90 Y e a r l i n g s , med. to good 70-9« V e a r h n R S . 'air ti/ m e d i u m . . . . L a m b s . B0td to choice Lamhs. m e d i u m to pood l . a m b s f a i r lo m e d i u m C u l l s Buck lambs Jl !«»·· No dock on l a m b s . QuoUtlons « u b j e c t to m a r k e t SV23-.VAO $4.!0-r.2.' S3.25-4.25 S3.i;.S down $7.75-8 25 SB.75-7.75 $5.75-7.75 11.75 d o w n fluctuations. Slcers-- 10 17 23 IS ·12 2!t I I 19 1 3 I B 1113 i70 1315 950 I I 13 915 I'OTA'ri) . M A R K K T CUIC.U'.O. A i i p . 27. (.VI ~\I. K. d e p n r l n i c n t n f n f i r l : u l l u re - f'otaloos 5fi. on t r i l e k s t i l p m r n l s 271; s t e n d y , n u p (Vmrvrid n n d t r n d i n j ; mod.- r w i . : l i t n h D r u s s e l s , n l d sl 272. l o l i i l I T . H . i i l i f s r a t h i - r l l j ; l ' t , - r a l e ; s n c k e d p e r nclt i;. S. No. 1. l i l n h n H l l y s t t h i m p h . i »«w n l i r k U . H . . T I . 2 I U r l . : i . t ; N ' r t h Olllinln. f t l i s s I r l I!. S . N o . I . 0 7 ' - : t | t l . l l f t ; W l s r o n s l n R. Nr. 1. 9llc; cobblers j f't S. r ,r ; c o h t ^ l r r s N'evv J e r S I - : M i s s o u r i U. P. No. 1. I'. S. Nn. 1. s i . 01. S I . 1 5 ; Nn. |, uni|h.i I ' l t s s t r i u m p h s l I ' . ^. Nn, 1. S2 sev I ' S. N'. 1. « l . i 2 l ' j ; V i r s i n l i i N K X V V I 1 R K S l I C A I I . XK.\V V O U K . A U K . 2 7 . i.r, Him mig i \ ; i a f i r m i i n u u m - h n n i ; p i l c n r l y t m l n y n t :i, I S i - I n r ^ p o l « n n d 3. Mir f ' M ' l u r w i i r d . N o ^:il--.- w r r e l e p o r t r d a l t h m i ^ i i l a l e y i ^ a l e r - t i i i y 25.000 Imfis w e r e c u i u ' l u d c d f o r Sep- I r m b c r n r r l v n l n l :!.l. r H-, h u t t h e n ; w n s n u i l i l n k ' i n c r n a v n l l n h U - u n l a y b e l n v v 3.50c. I - ' u t u l f s .solil t i p 2 i n 3 s i o i n U e n r l y on s c i i l t p r n l r o v c i l n i ; a n d I m i l e h u y i n i : w i t h tin 1 i . y ; a i u ' e of 200 S e p l i ' i n h r r n o t i r e s \ v i l l i " n t n r » p » r c r i t i l f f r t : t . T h f i \ i 1 v n n c e u l l r a c t r r l i i u - i p s i s e d n^ill7.ini: n r i r l S i ' p t i ' t T i t H T Nn. 3. i . l t r r .iflllii!; «l 2. 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S. d e p a r l - t n r n l n C a g r i c u l t u r e -HOGS 10.000; i n c l i i i l l n p 3.000 d i r e c t ; most.- ly 10 lo 15 cents h l f h c r t h a n V.onday's aver,W spots up more: good to choice 190 '. sVn IDS. sii.asiMi.r.:.: ton *}!-« 0; J* 0 .1 . 0 ,-if.O Ihs 510.50'H.11.50; m o a t 110 t c , 1 6 0 bs. $0 -Mi 10.50; h u l k p a c k i n g sows JIMfU.51). i ! v r r i . 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A R D -- Stpt IS.10 oct ir..3f, occ in.:i2 Jan. 12.77 May 12.30 BKL.L.IKS -Sept IS.70 Low .S8 .S9~, .25',:. .27 .29',!! .41-, . 1 1 i 1 5 . 0 0 I 1 . 9 5 1 3 . 3 7 1 2 . 7 0 71c 21r: 33c (.·11 -Close .SS .80 v* .91'i .73 .2514 .11 H . 1 1 .\ . 4 7 % .42 .12 15.15 15.05 1.1. -10 12.70 12.30 IS.7(1 3..M) 3.25 2.2. p i m o s t l y .stea'Jy S S H K K ' 7 nnc\: rat I n m b s o i i n n l n c »!'·»· . ti r o u n d s t e n i l y ; some Inlcri'Sla v o r - i;" 1 " 1 " cholL-c n a t i v e s v t p O . ^ . a n d SO.SO: ' r » n ^ y c « r l l n p s S7.MI i l n w n ; s h e e p r t r m ; n a t i v e e v e j }2..»0,;i a.:o mostly lo KSTOI K. LVI--U. S. d e p a r l - Dead Animals Of ALL K I N D S R E M O V E D Mason City Rendering Co. rhnn« I'lionr 1(I!M« I REAL ESTATE LOANS A liberal »upply of Ufe In- Miranee Company and private money available for Farm IXMUIN and choice Maaon City Begidence Ixvans. Prompt service. Small expense. Low Interest, Hugh H. Shepord Ml-508 I. O. F. Building PlMMie "MM MJIMHI aty, Iowa John Dcerc Grabs Final Game of Softball Match NEW H A M P T O N . Aug. 27.--The .!ohn Deere s o t t h n l l learn of W a t e r - loo won » softball t o u r n a m e n t h e i e .Sunday hy «n U to 2 victory over M a n l y . Kighl teams were e n t o r c d . Tn the s e m i f i n a l H with the DCCII' t e a m , Crepr Kisehetd of New H a m p ton hit a homorun in the last, inn i n g to keep the local te,im f r o m losing hy a .shutout. I n t h o f i n a l game E i n w a l t c r , h u t l - er for the w i n n i n g team, hit a f o u r bagger in the sixth inning w i t h two mates aboard. Mark Pirkl. the losing pitcher in the finals, issued five walks. RAY MURRAY NOW MEMBER OF UNION --HOBO TOURISTS nv 1 c r i i u u l n t r r l t'O t l u ' y w o u l d . M I N N K . V I ' O I . I S I I M I N N K A T O 1 . I S . A u t . 'J7. P u r e l i r n n s u i n d « r d , r f l i r t e i s n n ! · -Y30r al hl|;iiest |TU:c Ip:S MOIN'KS. An?. -" '-I' 1 The 'hoes who t i d e the roils have ext e m l e d the h a n d of fellowship to Hay M u r r a y , Iowa's secretary nf s i p ' r i c n U i i r e . K t i r t h e r . they've declared him H l i f e m e m b e r of Tonrisls union, (ui. n.s a t t e s t e d hy a bailee and oer- t i f u : n t e he reeeived today hy n i n i l . The recos'iition :arnc from O. H. Foster. Brill, losva, w h e r e M u r r a y last week wan the speaker at the annual R r i t t hobo t l a v celebration I O W A N VICTOK. MILWAUKEE, Aug. 27. (.Pi- Judge K. E. Cavanaugh of Fort Dodge, Iowa, and Howard Chalt of Chicago tied for top honors in Ihe accuracy d r y and wet fly class in the f i n a l d a y of the nalional fly and bait casting tournament yesterday. io to Teaching Tost*. I-AKK MII.LS--Miss Eleanor Olson, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. G. O. Olson, left for Lake Park as commercial teacher. Mias Clara Gumlcson, daughter of Mr. and Mr*. Sever G v i n d e r s o n , ht\a gone to Nevada lo teach In the consolidated school. NUMSKUU* D E A R N O A M -- WOULD YoL S A X O P H O M E P L A V * O V E R . THE WAVE S '' THE- F I R S T F O U R . V E A R S ? E D O I 6 Bi DEAR M O A M " SHOLS i_B l C, IM BliFF=Al-0 B I C L , BUPFAUD.M.V -O- 1 -- ~ DEAf*. N O / ^ H '·" \A/lt_l_ TMC S C 3 L 1 E A X IM A SHOE i-*s-rr Lam son Brothers Market Letter siovx t rt v 1.1 P101JX C I T Y , A l l B . 27. r n e m of a [ ; r i e . u H u r c . -I ' \ T T I . K 2.'OU; s t e a d y : s t e e r s R t v l y r a r l i t i K s S l l d n w n ; h e l l e r s a h . i v e JO.r.O; cows M . . V I ' - S ; c u l l e r p r a d c s S3'-i :1.50. III1CS 5 51111- no sales; b i d s s t e a d y to Id.- l o w e r ; I W O to 2-'.0 Ihs. Sin.-,:,'i 10.00: sows " l a m b b i d s ; l a m b s a b o v e l i e - slow, d e s i r a b l e 170 l O c h l R h e r t h a n M n n - iip m o r e o n b c a v i e s ; $10.!)0 on choice 21(1 1NVKST.MK.NT TRI'STS. ( Ky the Assmrlaled Trrss) Bid ami asked on Aug. 27: CorporrUe Tr Sh C o r p o r a t e Tr Sh AA Mori C o r p o r a t e Tr Sh Ac. Ser Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod D i v i d e n d Sh M a r y l a n d F u n d . . . . . . . .. N a t i o n w i d e Sec N a t i o n w i d e Sec Vic Nor A m e r Tr Sb Nor A m c r Tr Sh IDS') Q u a r t e i l y I n c S h Selected Am Sh I n e S u p e r Corp Am Tr A U S Kl I. A P A ........ U S El L A P B i.; s KI u * r vtc 2 . R 1 2 . B I ..16.7,1 3.71 2. OS 2-flfi 1..19 I . S3 IS.O'.I 3. SI 1.1S 1.S2 1.1S in.IK) 2.3." .93 JS.7.%. K A N S A S C I T V 1.1VKSTOCK. K A N S A S C I T Y , A u c . -'T. i.l-l-- U . S. p ; i i t m i ' i H " I n u r l n i l l i i r t l l ( l i : .100; u" d i r e c t s ; tis, ami t i n s - l r u n R t o I n v ' a a v e r n p t v . s p o t s Ic'rit l l c l t l s d u l l ; 1"P M.A K K K T KV.\ I M V V \\'li r « t - - W )i 1 1 c ; h frf we ro s r v r r n 1 pc .f nl r r n p ! h in t o d a y ' s \\ h r n l m n r i i i * l . [ ' l u r i i i A t i^il \\-\i h l n n - i » T n i i n rn i i v f l v nn ' i i n p p a:ul i he «i r c n ^ l h in M i l m e n p o l l s \ V T S n o t ' r i i f t M o n x wf H M S I In- f i v m n o . V i i i n i p r ^ . 4 t u t n n i ;! t t n u l r d . - m n r h m M i y i u ^ . Til"? nF'« s f i n m M Inn on pot 15 luii n m*\\ii\£ i - ^ n i p a i i y l i n « l h P r n h i I i r i l e S e p t e m b e r win at n i i r ] t h a t ' 11 m l wfifl m r ) r » ' I'D t u r n . Mc.s^nse ho t e e l i n i ; \ »s ·on i i n n r t o I n e r o M i - r n p U i nnd u m u l r r f a l l z n ! . I)rc ii \ v a l t i N l w i t h i-i' i l r c i s i r i n if t b r hr , 4 j i t t - n f l a n t w f d e s p i e n d \ ilet-'Umn in K r n l n rlreii'. I lie stock m n r h c t of :e1lln; Tty (11.si' I he rto.»e J i t u l t l u i ' r i r n l l y ' i i w ; i r * l i Iir do f e r r e d f r o m l h«' s o u t h w e s t s n i d t h a t w i j o u l i c c r - l p t ? * w n u l d so w h t * n i he n\n r k c t ««hn\voil i r « * l i n o w h e n w o n k p i - r i ' - d s . n i ) i , - t l i MI id Hint t h r w n r i i ! f j i d p r n l d , ' t n r e r r . ^ i I h e price iiiindhin w h o a t board uncl In fine tir 'Hie w riin.sefl n i r T t i \ . u r n t ; t - d I n o f r i e n i l t y ncH* in n m o u n t lon:« n e n r 10.90- 270 to S 1 0 . I O n 10.70; sow; c ' A T T l . K 7."iOO; e a l v i ' M 1.500: u r n e r a l k e t r a t t i e r s l o w ; s c a t t e r e d s a t e s riei'f n m l y c n r l i n i i a f a r l y m o s t l y s t e a d y : l i i ' i l r r s n n i l iviws s l e a d y ; b u l l s u-e'ik; e i s f u l l y s t e a d y ; f e e d e r s w e a k to 2. r ic · . l o r k i r - ' m o s t l y s t e a d y : j h ' i r i l o a d f e d : e i i r l y S I 1.25: ""me held t i l l e r ; I l l r e e 1.002 It., y e a r l i n p . " ? l l ; I"" 1 c u t t e r l e r !-,!«· $ S ' i ' l - . s e l e c l n l v e a l e r s s l n r h e T s a n i l l e n t t - r s e a r l y 55.7 S H i : i : r ^,500: i a m b s j ^ n e f a l l y l o t s ' l i e t - p a n d l i v e l a m b s SS.1 Visit at Frost. GRAFTON--Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wagner, sons, James and Richard Berneice Rappath and Dorothy Uckcr were guests of Miss Thelma Folken Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Folken at Frost, M i n n . . M I N N K A I ' O M S C i R A l . V M 1 N N K A P O L 1 S . A U K . 27. I . T » -- W h e a t 1104 n r s compared ISO y e a r SKO; m a r k e t I N :entg h i g h e r . Cash: No. 1 d a r k n o r t h e r n . r jfl hs. st.27'ji«! 1.31'ri; r.R Ibs. jl.25K.fi.' -30 : ;« ; fancy No. 1 hard M o n t a n a . 14 per ent protein J l . 19V. r 'j 1-21 ; :i : to a r r i v e 11.19^^'j L.21 %: f a n c y No. L h a r d a m b e r U t r u m $1.20 \\ i1.28 '/i ; No. 1 red d u r u m 2'/,c: Sept. $ 1 . 1 2 ? K : Dec. $1.03^; K a y C o r n , No. .1 y e l l o w 77^7 7Dc. O a t s . No. n w h i l e 2 7 ^ ( ' ) 2 7 T L c . K A N S A S CITV O K A IN K A N S A S CITY. A U R . 27. (.Tt--Wheat 139 c a r s ; 1 cent lower tn 1 ~'t cents h i g h e r : No. 2 d a r k hard nom. 97cii$1.23 Vi; N". 3 nom. li S L I T ' / - : No 2 h a r d 09 : /ic5;:$l .11 »i : No. 3, 0 8 ' ' . c « ' J I . 0 9 : No. 2 red a«*,K; No. 3, 9.1'/, 'H 9Bc. Close; Sept. 91 Vj r ts 91 X c ; Dec. *i ''(91 : ic; May O l ^ c . C o r n 17 cars; u n c h a n g e d to 1 Vi c e n t s h i g h e r - No 2 w h i t e S3'/-;: No. 3 nom. S l i i : fioc; No 2 y e l l o w S B ' / j c ; No. 3. fi.'i'.ic: N n . 2 m i x c r l SO'ic; No. n nom. - J l Q S O V j c . Close: Sept. 7 t o . ; Rec. Sfi's '" SB 11 ! ·· Onls 21 c a r a ; i i n c h a n E e d ; Nn. 2 while nom. 3 0 ' i 3 l ' , » c ; No. 3 nom. 2SJi 30 l /vc. O M A H A C R A I X O M A H A . A U K . 27. (.Vi-- W h e a t . No. 2 r l a r k h n r i l S l . l l ; N'. 1 h a r d SI .02 '/= «j 1.01 : No. 2 O a l s , No. 2 5 'tl 2 7 Vic. . . . . 3 w h i t e 26 : .i fa 2S i » c ; No. 4 w h i t e Americanism: Feeling indifferent to waste because the rich pay the. taxes; paying one-tenth of your income in taxes on eigarct.s, gasoline, and necessities.---Uncolii Star. y i - n r l l n f ; » f i r m ; e n r l y to^p na- m o a t snlcs S8..T) V S.7. r ". I . 1 V K S T O C K . S. d e p a r t m e n t S n i : U r c i ] t o t i e p u t l e n t urn! w,m !'»r ^u lip.s i n tiV m . i r k r i ! » e ( n r r n i n k l n « p t i i c h n s C n r n -- A l i t x i n c h d e f e r red ' ' » r n f u t u r e s ,-»1 a p o d n n '"-de r a t e n d v a n n 1 o a r l y in t h o « Hi r, n . H e l l i n g in S r p t f m l e r mm u H * ! n i* t l c n c e H n f l r ' » n i ir.iu'il ;n»^( i ' f t l i r tl n v , ( r.f t h o n o p t - \ p o r T s i - r i m n n M i i ini; n n i hi- m- U i r r s i ' u . l l K i O i p a i d ( T i ; » r hif I n r o k W H J S t r i A l l y cmM «r t i r o w m c i « - m o r t s t "'. i .V i f M m n r i v n - ("r» w r c o u n t ..f 1 hi- · t r o u Ii ! h' A r p e n t i n e i n k P A T n n - l pi » i r pi f " n ^ e n ' H a M o n u i h " r n i ^ * ^ r a l - - U ^ A t t h r A r ^ l ; n r f ; i r n i f i .* n r n 1 1 s i n y : n t: r r a t i - r \ ha n u ^ ·i m on n r · * { c- rn i h t a M 1 » s^n . Purvis Refuses Job as Chief in St. Paul CHICAGO. A u g . 27. i.T-- Melvin H. Purvis, former boss G-man here, prefers a pen to a machine gun. He said last night he had been offered the post of chief of police at St. Paul, hut t h a t he "couldn't consider t a k i n g i t . " Purvis said he was too busy w r i t i n g a series of ni articles n.fiiio. Ini'liiclmK Mfl rtir.-ri O N t . I H A O M A H A . A U K . 2 7 . . of a c r l i - t l l t i i r c - J l O l i S T l . T i O O ; s t e a t l y 2 2 0 Ihs. J i n . T . ' i ' S r I I : t o p S l l SKi.fi.* vi 10.!in ; 2BO lo .1110 C.-VI'TI.!-: fi.OOO; c a l v e s J S . 7 r i l r ' l ( i . 2 : ; e . ^ w - H it :i: · I 3 "."· h l l i t i S l..""0'n ,S.10 M I K K I ' r t e . u l y t 1 ) M i l 1 1 1 .!'. r . M ' l . I . I N K S T O I K . S i l t ' T I I S T . I ' A l ' l . . A n c . ^ T . · . ! · - · ! ' . n i - l ' u l r n ' H l "f n c r i r i l l t u r r r v r n . i - : i.ooo: i - n i v c ^ l . m n : r h i i i R P - l : s l i - r r n r ' t i l O ; h c l f i r s S I . M I ii ,'i.sn; o w s J S ' i S.7.1; i - n w « S l i j S ; h i l l U J l c n l v r ^ 1,100: s l o n r t y l o s t r o n g J7f(i i.nnti; 10-rinr hl in: t o p sii. id: a -") i" lf;o '"'· .3. r i: pl«s JO.Ml'll 10. 1.800: lamh/i a i « » l y A U C T I O N S A L E Thursday, August 29, at 1 1 :00 A. M. Sharp Lund Sales Stables ON NO 18-- EAST SIDE OF CITY c u t l i - r ·a l.:.0 : NEW DIRECTOR FORT DODGE, Aug. 27.--L. B. Glaze, McCook, Nebr., has been appointed physical director of the Fort Dodpc Y. M. C. A. and will assume his new position sometime hc- tweon Sept. J and 15 end good work horses. Some good m a t c h e d teams s o r r r l * nnrt grays, hays and rrmns. T h e r e w i l l b« a b u y e r here Thursday for y o u r k i l l e r horsrs. Wo w i l l buy t h e m any f l a y I n t h e week. Our r e g u l a r k i l l e r buyer w i l l also be here-- u i l l t a k e all yon b r i n g . -- 100 Steers, heifers and springing cows and heifers. ONE LOAD OF GOOD DAKOTA CATTLE Lunch on the grounds. These sales will be held every Thursday. Bring anything you have to sell. AN ASSORTMENT OF FURNITURE Your Horses In Early-- Sale Will Start at 1 1 :0fl Sharp. We Invite You to Attend -- Terms, Cash S T A B L E 37i* -- I'HONES -- K K S I D E N C K , 3836 2 -- A C C T I O X B E R S -- , l n r k Dor*ey, F l y m o u t h

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