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TWENTY -Yearly Review of Sports- MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE World Series, Grid Upsets Feature of October Sports WORUO'S MIPDi-EKlEIGtfr Title U j BHOUIK^ARD in 15- ' RouMPS AT BosTo,^ --· OCT. ao -- DECEMBER 23 · 1933 HOG MARKET ADVANCES FULLY 25 CENTS Produce MASON CITY, Dec. 23.-Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse HENRY SELIGMAN, BANKER, IS DEAD Heart Attack Is Fatal to Member of Firm in New York. NEW YORK, Ceo, 23. «)--Henry ~~-- 4r . Seligman, member of the banking j Turkeys, No. 1 .'..'.'."iQe firm of J. and W. Selig-man and I Merchants Quotations company, died today from a heart I Eggs, Cash 13-15c* attack. He was 76 years old. Eggs, in trade , 14-17c* Eggs (current receipts) Heavy hens, 4i«, lbs. ana over. Light hens Springs (heavy breeds) ...'.'..' Springs, (Leghorn breeds) .... Old cocks (Heavy; Ducks Geese .12c 7c 3c .7c 5c 4c He was born in San Francisco and started his career with the Anglo-California bank of San Francisco. He had been a partner of the Selig-man firm since 1880. He was a director of the Syracuse Gas company, the American Foreign Securities company and Power company. the Montana He is survived by his widow,' Mrs. Adelaide Seligman, and two daughters, Mrs. Frederick LeVrisohn of New York, and Mrs. Henry Van Heuklom of Paris. MasonCjtyGrain MASON CITY, Dec. 23.-Barley 28-40c No. 2 yellow old shelled corn 33c No. 3 yellow old shelled corn .. .33.0 No. 3 new yellow ear corn 29c White oats, No. 3, 30 Ibs., or better 25c Butter, Plymouth 22c Butter, Clear Lake ...20c Butter, Brookfield 20c Butter, State Brand 22c Butter, Dairy Maid 20c Homo Grown Potatoes, peck...25e "EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by caning several aowntown giocery CHICAGO CHICAGO, Dec. · 23.-- - l.l'»--Poultry live. 13 trucks, steady; hens. 8A lo 10; Leghorn hens. 75£: Rock springs, lo»i to 12 colored, 10 to 1014; Leghorn chickens 7V. : roosters, 6; turkeys, 10 to 14; ducks. 7 to 8; geese, 9H. Dressed turners, steady; prices unchanged. EDITOR'S NOTE-Thls is th« tenth of a series of 12 drawings and stones summing up the sports history of 1333, month by month. Jack Sords will have nnother article, illustrated by himself in the next issue of the Globe-Gazette. mmaeu, m me By JACK SORDS Central Press Sport Artist-Writer l " 1 a tr f^ c . death f^tured the month of October. " The New York Giants clinched 'the world's from the ° f and the Football dominated the rest of the month with the most upset bemg recorded by the University of Kansas in hoTding No a S ° r S S e m * ^ o be a -tup In the other events of the month: "Oct. 1---Babe Ruth pitched die* Yankees to a 6 to 5 victory'over the Red Sox in New York. Oct. 2--William Veeck, president of the Chicago Cuba baseball team, died at the age of 65 In Chicago. Oct. 9--Ellsworth Vines, two times winner of the national singles tennis title, turned professional, signing of a one-year contract with Bill Til den. at New York. - Oct. 9--Bill Terry, Ne\v York Giant manager, signed a five-year contract calling for ?40,000 annually. ; Oct. 10-^Joe Cronln signed a new three-year contract to manage the Washington Senators at a reported salary of $25,000 annually. Oct. 12--Cleveland traded Bill Cissel to the Boston Red Sox for Lloyd Brown. Oct. 17--Steve Parrel], 70, for years coach of the University of Michigan track teams, died at Ann Arbor of a heart attack. Oct. 18--Gabby Street signed a contract to manage the San Fran- Swearingen Named Head of S. S. at Nora Springs NORA SPRINGS, Dec. 23.--The Evangelical Sunday school elected: Superintendent, Sam Swearingen; assistant, August Voikman; secretary, Ellis Russell; treasurer, Mrs. A. J. Rhutasel; pianist, Barbara Russell and Virginia and Verne Schlosser, pianists for church; Mrs. Fred Larson, chorister. League officers elected were: President, Leon Kraft; vice president, Elinor Cutter; Ellis Russell, secretary; Verne Schlosser, treasurer and Frederick Ritze, pianist. ' I'OHK ritODl'CE NEW YORK, Dec. 23. L-rN-Butter 4,121. f i r m ; prices unchanged; extra 192 score) 10,024, firm; mixed colors, firsts 18 w-, refrigerator firsts He; other mixed colors unchanged. Dressed poultry steady; unchanged. HIDES, WOOL, FURS Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest.' HIDES Horsehides Cured beef hides Green beef hides .... WOOL No. 1 clean bright..., Semibright Rejects . ..... ?2.25. Mink ... Skunk . Civet .... Red fox Opossum FUUS ....24c Ib. ...23c ib. ....19c Ib ...$2.50-$5 SOc-51.10 15c-30c $2.50-55 25c-50c TOP AT CHICAGO CLIMBS TO $3,75 Receipts of 21,000 Carry 19,000 Head Direct to Packers. CHICAGO, Dec. 23. (/P»--The hog market dispalyed a burst of activity today in the limited pro-holiday dealings and prices advanced fully 25 cents on choice medium weight hog-s. The top swung up to 53.75 Receipts of 21,000 carried 19,000 direct to packing plants and all interests bought freely because of the impending holiday. Shippers took 1,000 head, about the heaviest purchases of the week. Medium weights'were in demand and sold at the maximum advance AH others sold from steady to 10 cents higher with the bulk of all hogs going at $2.90 to ?3.65. Cattle were nominally steady and generally 50 cents to $1 higher than last Saturday. Sheep were also nominally steady and mostly 15 cents higher than a week ago. Hog Markets Iowa markets S a t u r d a y : rime hogs 180 lo 200 Ibs. z. 10; ^fil) to 290 lbs. 52.35^2,65- 290 i 11)3. S2.25jJ2.55; 325 to 350 lbs. ·^i?. : .. sool i""*" 5 ti.aosa.io. ,, UMHA--No change; 140 to 160 Ibs. fi'o · 10 ° to 18t) ""· 52-45; 180 to 200 Ibs. I?'«S ; -}\ lo 28 ° lb3 ' 52 ' 70 ': 28 ° '° 310 ibs! 5^.60; 310 to 350 lbs. 52.4J; over 350 ibs. ;oJ° S2 - 10; P ackcr s under 350 lbs. Jl.OOffi 2.20, packers 350 to 450 lbs. 51 COSH DO- packers over 500 Ibs. S1.4.0C 1 70- packers $1 and down. »E.S 120 .to ---- ' --- ~ n , « ^ i w.'wiuiniicu , J i u lo ID Ibs, Sl.75Ii2.35: 160 to 300 Ibs. S 2 . 3 5 O 2 T 5 lbs ' CEDAR RAFIDS--Hogs and corn changed. CO.Vni.VEU HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOINES. Dec. 23. t.ni -- U S partment of agriculture -Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 7 packing plants located In In- terlor Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 15,200 compared with 33,100 a week ago and 26.700 a year ago. Mostly steady: marketing fairly heavy and demand broad; good to choice 190 to 270 Ib. weights $2.75 lo 53.10; nume.-ous loads selling from J2.85 to 53. Quotations follow: Good and choice tight lights 110 to 150 lbs. S2.20r,72 75. ]; g bt eights 160 to 180 Ib.T. $2.50ig'3; 180 to 200 Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, Dec. 23 HOGS Ho£ market unchanged. Best sorted lights 200-240 J2 SO Beat medium weight butchers 240-200 J2!so Best prlmo heavy butchers"! 300-350 |^4S Best packing «nvs, smooth 300-350 J2'20 Best heavy sows, smooth ... 380-400 S2 03 h f , v. ' ight lights, fair to UJO, 100, ISO) 450-500 good, 52.00 52.30 S2. 50 .. . Ibs. jz^Ofta.oS; medium weights 200 to 22C Ibs. S2.7S93.05: 220 to 250 lbs. S2.75i?3 05; heavy weights 250 to 290 lbs. $2.80Sf 3.05; 290 to 350 lbs. S2.40ffl2.80: piga, 100 to 130 lbs., unquoted; good packing sows 275 to 350 lbs. S2.05S'2..10T 350 to 425 lbs. 5190 (T2.25; 425 tcr 550 Ills. ?1.75Sf'2.10. cisco club of league. Oct. 22 -- Primo the Pacific coast Camera beat Paulino TJzcudun. in a 15 rouric championship battle at Rome, Italy. Oct. 25--Winooka, famed Australian horse, ran a dismal last in his first big- test against American horses at Laurel, lid. Mate won the race. Oct. 28--Tony Canzoneri won 10-round decision over Frankie Kleck of San Francisco in New York. Oct. 30--Vince Dundee won the world's middleweight title from Lou Brouillard In 15 rounds at Boston, Fort Dodge Wins Cage Game With Eagles 39-J 3 FORT DODGE, Dec. 23.--Fort Dodge junior college cagers, although far off color, were rrood enough to defeat Eagle Grove Junior college 39 to 13 here Friday night and hangr up their third consecutive victory of the current season. Coach ilcKinstry's lads, led by the veteran. Romaine Henderson rang up 11 points before the Eagles counted and were in the van 15 to 9 at the intermission. The Big Dodgers continued the massacre in the last period, Henderson being aided in thia session by lluterspaw, Thompson and Orr, the latter also starring on defense. Hinkley, Eagle center, accounted for 11 of his team's points, with Carey, a substitute, getting the other two. FIGHT RESULTS 1IM,' ' By Tire AssaciATEn rnzss WINNIPEG -- Ch.rlej BeUnner, Ulnnlpeg, cnljiolnltd Bock Everett, Gray, Ind., (1Z). IAREDO, Te*»«-- Mike Woolwy, 13s, Plwenlr, 4rii. r outpointed Loa Jollos, 137, Ctavehuid, (1C); mugct Aztec, us, Mti- lc» B. F.. and Kid Lartdo. 118. Lartdo, - .. dren-, (10). . SAN FRANCISCO-- Ceorjte SImpion Spokane, ootpolnleJ Al Marino, 168,' Francisco, f l - 187, San I Killed and 4 Hurt by Storm in Turkey ISTANBUL, Turkey, Dec. 23. (.T) --A Turkish mosque, a divinity school and several old houses collapsed in Instanbul during- a severe blizzard today. At least one person was killed and four injured. Black sea shipping was paralyzed by the storm. Treasury Closed to All Business E x c e p t Cashing CWA Checks WASHINGTON, Dec. 23. (jPt-- The treasury was closed tightly today to all public business except one --CWA checks were being cashed to give the workers some Christmas money. Hundreds of those on f.he civil works payroll availed themselves of tile opportunity and there was a long line outside the cash room from the time the doors opened in the morning. Probe Percentage of Alcohol in Beer Now Being Sold in Iowa DES IfOINES, Dec. 23. CP)_ Launching of an investigation of the percentage of alcohol in beer sold by in Iowa was announced today Atty. Gen. E. L. O'Connor. The attorney general, at a press conference, showed reporters a. bottle of beer labelled "over 8 per cent proof spirits.' "The Iowa law limits the sale of beer to that containing 3.2 per cent alcohol by weight or -1 per.cent by volume," O'Connor said. "This either is an attempt to mislead the public or to violate the' law " He also said that the Fort Dodge chief of police had telephoned that beer advertised as not more than 5 5 per cent was being sold in Fort Dodge. The attorney general said he told the officer that the beer ought to be seized. O'Connor declined to comment on reports that the attorney general's office has stationed men at interstate bridges to guard against importation of liquors into Iowa from adjoining states. Eagle Grove Matmen Take Win in Matches Wrestled at Clarion CLARION, Dec. 23.--Eagle Grove vrestlers defeated Clarion by a core of 24 to 12 in a match that vas much more even than the re- ults indicated. Brisbin and Strever went to a draw in the 105 pound class in the feature match of the evening-. The summary: ° 85 pounds--Prchni (E| won by full from Shake ( C ) , fcneelock, S3 seconds. 95 tunings--Prehm (E) won Ijy fall from Lamson Brothers Market Letter with n. bar nrmlock, (i:15. 10.5 pounds-- Brlabln (E drew Strever ( C ) . 115 pounds-- Wrlsh't (E) drew wllli Morford (CK las Pounds-- Osman (E) ueclsloned Strever (c:). 2:18 advantage. 135 pounds-- Sharp (C) declslontd Bopcr E. 3:.10 advantage. U5 pounds-- Fischer (El declsloned Mc- C'lellon (C), S-.45 advantage. 105 poumln-- Wlicox (E) «m by fall from Mosher (C), hook scissors and double bar, I:u5. lliff pounds-- I.ukelmrt (E), tleclslaned Tallman (Cl. 1:14 advantage. Heavy -- Kennedy (C) declsloneil 11111 (E) In an overtime period. Bonds-- .After ycsteday's sharp upswing, today s stock market appeared rather Lame In tne last few minutes but no news appeared to account tor this liuylnc Sentiment as to the latest move of the'ndmln- latrallon In silver purchasing continued mixed. At tlic snrno time, tfca (feneral market value of the plan appeared sufficient to bring In a little further buying aud to cause short covering. News from the automobile field were optimistic as to production for January ntii weekly mercantile review.- were highly favorable In reference to retail business ana Industrial activity. llnnds -- Domestic bond market strong most Issues showing moderate Bains. Government obligations firmed up in the latter part of the session but prices were not much changed from yesterday. Duo to the approach of the holiday iton- Mo J n'da C ? marh " " stow - No market Choico youn c steers 900-1,000 Jl.50-5.00 Medium to good year- lins stetrs 000-l.OUO S3.50-4.5o Choice corn fed steers 1,000-1,200 54.00-4 75 Medium to good corn fed steers 1,000-1,200 J3.50-4.au Low grade steers ....... No demand lor heifers an yearlings. Butcher caws, fair to B °oJ Good to choice cows Choice to prime cows Inferior canners \ Fair to good canners .. Fair lo uood cutters Good heavy cullers anil grade beef cows Inferior light weight bu'llV Common to fair bulls Pair to good bulls ....." Good heavy bulls .... jood to choice calves Medium to good calves Inferior and common calves LAMBS Choice laraba 70-00 . . .S2.00-2.50 Sl.75-2.2r, S2.25-2.M) S2.00-2.75 50.03-1.TM S0.90-1.1S 51.25-1.50 low $1.40-1.65 SL25-1.50 S1.5U-2.U1I S2.00-2.J5 52.35-2 r.'l 130-100 53.50-4.00 130-100 ?2.5u-3.SO 52.50 down SG.OO-G.50 ter grade slaughter sleers and yearlings mostly loo lo 25c higher; others little changed; heifers steady to 25c lower; short feds dull; killing cows 10-15c hlnher; stock- era and feeders mostly unchanged; load lots choice long yearlings 55.75; small package up to 55.00: medium weight beeves S5.G5; oulk $4^5,25; majority heifers S 4 f t 4 . D O ; beet cows mainly S2fi2,50: low cutters and cutters largely ?1.35;n.T5; good to choice light stackers 54; good to choice heavy stock steer calves 54.75. HOGS 2,000; market active, steady lo 5c higher than Friday's best prices; top $3.05 for 170 lo 210 lb. weights, most 170 to 280 lb. averages $2.00ft3; heavier weights scarce; light lights largely $2.50SJ2.S5; sows mainly S2.255i2.50; few 52.50. SHZEl* GOO; market today'3 trade strong; one load fed wooled lambs to shippers ana one .deck to packers $7.15; balance 57.10 " d o w n ; market for the week: Slaughter classes steady to strong; feeders steaoy; bulk tea wooled nnd native lambs J6.75g7.10; week's top 57.15; fed clipped lambs largely 55.754/6; top SG.30; fe»- choice yearlings up to S5.75; majority slrable 55 [o G5 Ib. feeding lambs f $5.75rtl6T choice quoted lo 5G.10; less strable range feeders and most natives $5.50 down. STOCKS SUFFER PROFIT TAKING Market Irregular at Clos With Several Scattered Advances. thin | NEW YORK, Dec. 23.--Th stook^ market hung- up its trading- stockings and adjourned for Christ mas today after a brief sessior which was spotted with profit tak ing- in yesterday's buoyant gainers While there were a number of scat tered advances, the close was some what irregular. Transfers approx imated 750,000 shares. Realizing in the silver group anv in various specialties was quite pro nounced In the first hoiir, but the activity dwindled later and thors were some recoveries. U. S. Stee preferred got up 4 points at ont. time on a sizeable turnover. Gold Mining issues were fairly firm, bu the tobaccos extended their declines of the previous session. American Telephone rallied after early heav inesg. The gold mining shares cam into prominence in the last few minutes with some substantial ad vances. Commodity Marts Closed. The flush of yesterday's boom seemed to have faded a bit, although the applications of the government's new metal-buying program were the principal topic of discussion in the board rooms. With the gold price again unaltered, and American commodity markets closed, equities had little outside assistance. The Winnipeg wheat pit remained open, however, and prices there were moderately higher. The dollar held to a narrow groove in foreign exchange dealings, although dullness here was accounted for partly by the fact that the nost money centers abroad were closed for the holidaj'S. Bar silver de- reacted % cent at 43% cents. Bonds de- Displayed firming tendencies. JNO. F. CLARK AND CO. MARKEJ INFORMATION 325 I. O. F. Billrr. Phone 845 Fred Miller, Des Moines Contractor, Hurt in Auto Mishap AIUSCATINE, Dec. 23. OB--Fred Miller, Des Moines contractor, was seriously injured liere Saturday when he apparently fell asleep at the wheel on a steep incline on highway No. SI and his car plunged over a 20 foot embankment -- ..- , _.. Miller OVidentlv roused liimcolf ' 1)ankln E securities corporallon which may be ,-,.,,* V, · '·"'"""·'J' l O U S e a JlimSeU In OrOCCSS O f IfOUhflUlon II I* im,t.r.rnn.f just before the car leaped into the deep ditch, opened the door and rolled out. He was found on the pavement and the car in the ditch. He is in a hospital here suffering with concussion of the brain, severe bruises to ht3 head and face and a probable fracture of the left forearm. Officers are Elected PLYMOUTH, Dec. 23.--The F. VV D. club elected the following officers for the coming year: President, Jrs. Joe Gustiegar; vice president, Jrs. Wayne Molsberry; secretary ·Ira. Roy Rodrian; treasurer, Mrs! Tohn Dvorak; corresponding 'secre- ary, Mrs. A. Chesebro. Johnson made his big mistake vhen he tried to regulate the press le needed to help regulate other eople.--Duburtiio Telgcraph-Hcralil. Boy Finds $103 in Road, After It Had Been There 3 Month; Eddie Mandt, who works for the Decker packing plant, was filled with the spirit of Christmas Saturday. He found a billfold containing $103 near the American Beet Sugar company plant. He inquired at the sheriff's office whether anyone had lost that much Clyde Benson,. Crystal Lake, who is serving a sentence at the county jail for driving- while intoxicated, said that Fred Bonham, Crystal Lake, lost some money near the American Beet Sugar company plant the night they were arrested Sheriff .T. M. Robertson got iri touch with Mr. tonham and the Crystal Lake man told how much he lost, which checked with the amount found. The money had evidently been in the road for about three months. Mr. Mandt was given $13 reward for finding the money. FINED $10 AND COSTS. Fern H. Miller, 1218 Madison avenue northwest, was fined $10 and costs Saturday morning by John C. Shipley, police judge on a charge of intoxication. The fine was suspended. Miller was arrested at his home about 3 o'clock Friday night when he engaged in a dispute with a taxi driver STOCK aossir While many In the street are skeptical o; the general market value of the silver plan It was s u f f i c i e n t to brine; t-ome new buylni and it caughl n lot at shorts some of whom hail fairly large positions open It la admitted that a considerable arnoun of the buying In the last hour Friday was (lone by shorts particularly In Chrysler ant General Motors, several traders in the for mer stock were caught short of fairly [arse lines of stock ranging from 5,000 to 15 OOC shares. Some selling of Telephone. Atchlson, Gen eral Eleclrtc, National Distillers was done by a banking securities corporation which Is understood to tie ^olng to liquidate nnd "'ns of Consolidated Gas done by another king securities corporation which may be in process of liquidation. It Is understood that this selling was placed With m a n j brokers. The selling of American Telephont from this source is understood to hnvi heen completed. Some of those who have profits in silver stocks have been taking them and swltch- 1ns Into B olil slocks on the Idea that some bullish news anent the Bold situation wll shortly be emanating from Washington. Urges Employment of Farmers Under CWA COLUMBUS, Dec. 23. The Ohio Farm Bureau federation today proposed to President Roosevelt employment of farmers under the CWA, federal leasing- of farm lands and government handling on its own responsibility, of crops from such lands--unles farm prices can be raised immediately. Sir Henry Dickens Buried Near London LONDON, Dec. 23. CT)--With simple services similar to his famous father's funeral in Westminster Abbey, Sir Henry Dickens--son of the novelist, Charles Dickens, was buried today in a grave lined with soft moss and laurel leaves at Putney Vale cemetery. Sir Henry died Thursday at the age of 85 of injuries received when he was struck by a motorcycle. George Rounds Appointed Postmaster at Ciermoni WASHINGTON, Dec. 23. (.·!)-- Appointment of four persona as acting postmasters in Iowa has been announced by the poatoffice department. Included are John Moel- .er, Ireton; Isaac Hoeven, Sioux Center; George Rounds, Clermont; ind Frank Pringle, Valley Junction. \TM "°'° 0 S0.00-G.50 Medium to good Iambs .. 70-90 S5.00-6 00 Buck lambs 51.00 under erade Quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. CHICAGO. Dec. 23. W)--u. s. department of agriculture-- «i,,m CATTLE 300 compared close last week medlurn weight and weighty steers, including big weights, unevenly coefi si hiuhcr on short supply; medium weights up to SO; weight:,- bullocks to 55.75; big weights 53.90 «*.J5; long yearlings about steady; nrac- llcal top for week 56.25; mostly 55.75 , i ' ,1 , s " s tr!Llts xalve and h| B»" than ear y; light heifer and mixed yearlings generally jOcfff5l. lower; only a few eneclal- «h e ,?w " c , a P'"S lecllno; all heavy heifers showed decline; fat cows slow, steady cutter and common beef offerings 10-15c'hl K h- F', , s 10 ' 25t lower; vealers about steady- strictly choice JlRlit mixed yearlings topneil early at 56.85; best at close S6.35; stockers and feeders weak to 25c lower. SHKEP 5,000; for week ending Friday: 20 doubles from feeding stations. 13.700 direct; compared close last week fat lambs mostly I5c higher; feeder offerings fully -5c up; slaughter sheep JltUe channeil: weeks top 57.00; b u l k around J7.2552T 50" closln K top 57.50; clipped lambs 55 75' to TM 5 .i m o " l y : 3liu Bhler ewes Jl,5083.50, according to kind; good 53 to 50 Ib white- faced feeding lambs 16. 1IOOS 21,000; Including 19.000 direct- active mostly -25e higher than Friday's best prices on 200 Ibs. up; light lights pigs and packing sown steady to lOc higher- ISO to 220 Ibs. S3.50Tl3.6S; top J3.75; 250 to 200 Iba. S3.23®3.Jfl,- light weight pack- Ins sows 52.75; shippers look 1,000; estimated holdovers 500; compared close last wcelt 25-35c higher, heavy butchers and pics weak to lOc lower, packing sows steady lighl light good and choice 140 to 100 Ibs. S2.85e3.35; light weight IflO to 200 lbs. S3.25fr3.75; medium welflit 201) to 2.10 lbs. S3.305f3,75; heavy weight 250 to 350 Ibs. J2.90(tT3.-!0; packing sow, medium anil cood =7.1 lo 550 lbs. S2.25®2.75; p! B s good and choice 100 to 130 lbs. 52.25-1)2:75. OMAHA LIVESTOCK O M A H A , , nee. 23. ijit--u. s. department of agriculture-- IIOO.s 2.500; active, strong to lOc hlqhcr- lop 53.0S; bulk 170 to 300 lbs. 52.90 to mostly S3; tew Ho to 170 Ibs. 52.00^1 * 90- sows 52.2.1^2.40; averaso cost Friday 52.82! weight 230. CATTLE 100; compared week BSO; Good SOUTH ST. I'AUf, LIVESTOCK, SOUTH ST. PAUL. Dec. 23. 1/11--U. department of agriculture-CATTLE 200: for week generally slo\ better grades fed steers Including lienvlt weights closing strong; lighter weight yea lings mostly short feds -weak; heavy heife: lower; beef cows steady to weak; lowi grado cows and bulls steady lo strong stockers and feeders scarce, dull, abo 1 steady; bulk fed steers and yearlings S4ft up to SS.SO paid for choice 850 to 1130 III weights; four loa.ls ?5.25; plainer grades 5 03.75; gooU to choice heifers 950 lbs. up 5 f?5; few light weights to S5.50; most yea ling heifers $2.50©4.50; largely common I medium; bulk beef cows $2®2.50; cutle grades SK^l^S; medium to good bul S2.25fT2.75; best stocker steer calves out c first hand 54.40: other common to goo stockers 521T3.75; calves 100; vealei s t e a d y ; medium to choice vealers 53U4.50 practical lop 55. HOCS 2.500: fairly active; mostl steady with Friday's average; beller grade 160 to 260 Ibs. $3-ri3.10: top $3.10 pal moslly by shippers for sorled light weights better 2EO to 32f ibs. $2.70-rf3; mostly 13 to 160 lbs. S2.50W3: killer pigs salabl mostly around $2.25; hulk packing sow S2.voif2.35; average cost Friday 52.00 weight 222 Ibs. SHEEP 500; compared week ago slaugn ter lambs steady quality considered; sla ter Klieep steady to 25c higher; feeder strong; week's top S7.15. paid by shipper for choice fed larnhs; Friday's closing bul good to choice lambs SG.7o''l'6.S5: one loa $7; native throwouts S.50'15: clipped lamb SO: SO lb. fed yearlings S5.7.1: fal ewes S Ti3.25; recent sales good to choice rang feeding lambs 55.75!{rG. LIVESTOCK FOKKCAST. CHICAGO. Dec. 23. (,T(--Unofficial cst mated receipts for Tuesday, Dec. 26. in Hogs 45.000; cattle 20,000; sheep 20.000. Representative Sales CHICAGO, Hec. 23. I.T--U. S. depart mcnt of agriculture--Represenlative sales: HOGS. Heavy-- Lights-63 2SO 3.25 42 lOfl 71 259 3.40 81 1S5 Mediums-- Light Lights-65 238 3.40 40 173 3 3 75 218 3.55 25 150 3.0 higher; Instances up more on wclcnty stesra; short ' - ' . - - - · · · steady; co«;i ..,, _. _ _ _ and vealera steady; stacker:) strong; fe.la steady; hellers about strong to 25c hl£lier: bmlR and feeders fed steera and ; 1.304 It,. yearllnjrs mostly S3. SO; several loads yearlings S5.60tT5.6S: lulf'e.. 5.25; i e w loads S5.35?7S.75; odd head SO; bulk beef cows 5 2 S 2 . G O ; few lota 52.75W3- cutter grades S1.3J«'1.SS; medium bulls S2 (TI2.35; practical top vealers $4.50- few 55- slockers and feeders S3.25«j 4.2.1; choice yearlings -51.50; stock calves 53.50B4.65. SHKKr 1.100; supply direct to packers; compared with week ago lamhs 15-25c higher; yearlings nnd sheep strong to 25c higher; feeders 15-2,'jc higher; closing bulks- follow, fed wooled lambs S7fi v 7.10; top S7.20; sorted native Iambs moslly $7; fed cHpped lambs Sfi; good and choice year- fnffs 5f.75Q'(i; good and choice ewes 5257* 3.2.1; good and choice feeding lambs $6fi? 0.50; week's top S6.00. J.VVESTMEXT TIIUSTS. Uly the Assoclntfd 1'rej.sj BM ana asked on Dec. 23: Corporate Tr Sli i!.]5 Corporate Tr Sll AA. Mod . . 2,20 Corporate Tr Rh Ac Ker ... 2.0ti Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod . 2 "o Dividend SIi 1.17 Nationwide Sec 3.04 Nationwide Sec Vie ....... 1.27 Nor A m e r Tr Sh , 1.78 Nor Amer Tr SH 1355 2.27 Quarterly Inc Sh 1.32 Selected Am Sh cted Cum Sh Surer Corp Am Tr A . U S El L Pow A .. LT S El I, A: Pow B . .. U S El 1. Pow B Vtc 6.4S 3.31 2. S3 . 1.07 .03 KANSAS OITV LIVESTOCK. KANSAS C1TV, Dec. 23. "«--U. H lcm r t m e n t of agriculture-HOGS «00; CIO direct: quality plain; scnt- ered sales weak lo lOc lower than Friday's average; desirable grades 170 lbs up 53S3.05; top 53.05. OATrr.E 100; calves 500; for the week: leavy fed steers steady to 15c higher; oth- :r fed steers and yearlings 15c to mostly 25c hleher; light heifer and mlxctl yenr- Ings steady to slightly higher; cows 15-25c jp; vealera slroni; lo 50c higher: Blockera and feeders steady to strong; week's top earUngs $6; medium weight steers SS.85T ,281 lb. weights 55.25; bulk fed steers ind yearllnpa 53..10J; 5.50; hulk slockers nnJ eeders- S3C''4.25; yearlings S4.JO; choice leer calves 55. SIIKEI- 1,000 through: for week: Lambs tearty to lOc lower: sheep steady; top fed " Tr ""' "-10; closing top S7; week's bulk . top shorn lambs S6, most pales J..JO-S-.1.85; ihorn yearlings anrl two year Ida mixed ti.SOK4.7S: ndl lots wooled klns^upwar! to 55..10; feil slaughter ewes SIOI7X CITT LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. Dec. 23. [.T-J--U. 3. depart- CATrr.E 100; market for the IOWA Fvauc CTII.ITV PREFERRED STOCKS. Bid and asked on Dec. 23: Cent St El 7 pet pr! (J25 par) 2 3 Cent St P 1, 7 pet pfd 2 4 D M Gas 8 net pfd (JSO par) . . 45 49 D M Oa.t 7 p e t pfd (S50 par) .. 40 Interstate !,,»- 7 (lC i pr f | ...... 7 Iowa Electric 7 pel pfd fi Iowa Electric Gl~ pet pfa 5i- t Iowa Elec Lt Pow 7 pet p f i l 19^ Iowa Elec Lt .t Pow fi pet pfd IS". Iowa Power Lt 7 pet pfd ... .14 " Iowa Power I.t 6 pet pfd . .. 4.1 Iowa Pub Service 7 pet pfd ., Iowa Pub service 6 pet pfd . Iowa South Ulll 7 pel pfd Mid States Utll 7 pet pfct . N* W Bell Tel G 1 /, pet pft] ... United I.t Rys 7 pet pfd . .. United Lt ft Rys 6 pet pf,] . US 30 44 9 7'.J 11',5 201* 59 50 40 35 10S 33V- 30 Ii. S. nONl) QUOTATIONS. NEW YORK, Dei'. 23. t.T^-U. S. boml! losed; Llhcrly 3'^s 100.11. Liberty First 4/,s 101.12. Liberty Fourth t'.is 101.23. Treasury -I'-is 47-. r )2 106.4. Treasury 4s 44-.1i 102.20. Treasury 3^s 40-43 June 93.12 Treasury 31.4a .1-49 95.1. Treasury 3j 51-3.15 93.25. Two Cagers Hurt in Games Played at Rudd RUDD, Dec. 23.--Marvin Muller was badly bruised and Melvin Finch had the ligaments of Dig ankle torn in basketball games here this week "Britain's Payment Will Not Be in Silver." Perhaps n. nice pair of hand embroidered slippers? New ··f. Bet- 1'orJ,- Times. Homestake TJp 8. Shares of HomestaJce Mining were up S points after an initial gain of 15, while Dome, Alaska Juneau and Mclntyre advanced 1 to around 3. U. S. Steel preferred held a gain of 3 and the common was slightly higher. American Telephone finished up 1% and slight improvement was shown by Consolidated Gas, Wetsern Union, Santa Fe and others. Liggett and Myers B and American Tobacco B dropped about 3 each and Reynolds B was down 2. Milnor gains and losses were recorded by American Smelting-, U. S. Smelting, Cerro de Pasco and Home sound. Allied Chemical yielded 3 points and Union Pacific IV,. Curb Market o.u^r V todaj? K tradIn "favorlTe"'* *"'* TOS generally narrow r.roovc nlllmgh there wert Issues" rather wlclt swl nG5 In leas active Eliares, for traders seemed anxious to cash profits made on Friday's rise before the holiday. A l u m i n u m of America cased sllcht- ly. The gold stocks were mixed. Lake Shore losing nearly a polnl. .Mountain stales Telephone, inactive here sagged 3,s ou an early transfer. Llouor Isl sues cncomitercc HCM pressure - wt.lcli brought fractional losses to Hiram Walker and Distillers-Seagrams. Shorwln Williams. Parker liust Proof and Swift and company firmed moderately. Oils were dull. Stock List Al Che I Am can Am For Pow ! Am Pow i Lt ] Am Steel Fdrs £l Am Sugar A T T Am Toh B Am Wat 1 Anaconda Atchlson All Ref Auburn Aviation Corp B' 4 o BarnsdaU Bendlx VOKK STOCKS. N ?W VOKK. Dec. 23. Int Nick Can I T i T Johua Manv Kennecott Kresge Llg Jly B Loews Lorlllard Maytag McKess Rob Mid Cent Pet M K T Mo Pac Mont ward Iforrell Nash Nat Disc MB 109 53% 7 774 10 ' Nat Cash Re A 17 3 22 !i 37 % 23 »i 46 « Borff Warn ·, Burr Add i Canada Dry 2 can pac i: Case 0( C h N W 3 ' Chic Gt W Chic Gt W rf ' C M s P P . g M S P p j, t , Chrysler *· C'ol o E r Comwlth sou : Cons oil conti can Contl Ins -ontl Mot Com Prod Curtfss \Vr Deere pld Du Pont Eastman 10% 74 23 i 75' 11'i 92% 79 Vt 4 K 125i 43 Film A Freeport Tex jen Am Trans 33 Sen El 18 Jen Foods 33 Sen Motors 33· Gillette g Gobei Gold Goodrich loodyear 3rah Pai 5 e t No pfc] ^t west Sn s lutlson H Cent !nt Harv 1211 34 54 29 135; 30 S Nat Dairy Nat Distill Nat Pow 4 Lt N Y Cent N Y N II 4 H No Am No Pac Oliver Farm Oliver Farm pf 12 ?i Packard 3"fe Penney Penn Phillips Pet Proc Gam Pullman R C A R K O Rem Rand Rep Sll Key fob B Sears Roe Shell Un Socony Vac So Pac St Brands St G E St Oil Ca! St Oil N J Stew Warner Studebaker Tex Corp Te.i Oulf Su! Tim Rot B Un Garb Un Pac Unit Air United Corp U S Inil Ale U S Rubber U S steel Wabash. Warner Plx West El JIfg Woolworth. Yel Tr 12 23 H 33 i J!« 22 K 52 Vj 3014 1SV1 . 38 V, 01 U ISli 42'i ir, 19 7 39 "»' 30 46U ·111 49% 13 Cities Service irlpsby CIrunow -Ibby McNeil Ildivest Utll Nortlnvest Bane CHICAGO STOCKS. CHICAGO. Dec. 23 [T«-- "" Quaker Oats 123 354 Swift £ Co Utility in Zenith 14 U KANSAS OITV PRODUCE. Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- _geck Building Telephone No. 7 M.W VOIIK CUBB OUOTATTONS mer Gas El 19 Humble oil 100 . Pow 2 N|o E £ Hud J rk Nat Gas A % Pcnnroad Corp " Sh 104 s O ind ord M of Can 1SV» 3 0 Ky ord M of En E 594 United Gas Ud B M S 8ji, Un L, P A CHICAGO STOCKS Clidlx Avi Cp 1C',4 Butler Bros nnrn Cp 20 cord company NEW YOBK STOCKS laska Juneau 22 Vi Lambert Co m Car Fily 25V4 ~ m Roll'g Mills iai/ m Ha S Co 13-X m S Re Co ·JftVi m Tob G G i t llantic He Co 2S^ r Co B (ill) t' nldwln Lo ll-'-i Vunsdall OH A T'-\ yers A M Co 23 »i om Credit IS if. oml Solvents 31 jnt oil 17=;, ndahy Pack 35M urtlss Wr pfd 32% 14% IS - -- Liiiuicl Garb Cp 28^ Mack Truck 34 Ki Mathlejcm Alk 33-H Me.v Ssab'd Oil 29^ McKess Robb 4 i Otlfl Steel 4ii J C Penney Co 52ij Pure Oil Co 10; Pub Ser of N J 33% Simmons Co 36'A So Calif Edison 15Vi Tide Wa OH Co B U S Ind Al 401; utii p t L A 2-.; Un Gas ·£ Imp 14 U r North'n Ore 10 H Warren Bros Co 10'i oust Oil (new) 3-,i Western Union ' CIvlnator Cp U N Worth'n Pump roger Groc 23% North Amer Av Bond Market NEW VORK. Dec. 23. (,T,^The Don market was a small and narrow A f f a i r which was fitllns ior the last trading da before Christmas, Price movements wer narrow and unimportant in all but a fe of the corporate issues. U. 3, Government were, firm with gains ranging from 1-32 t ts of a point In the more active loans 'esplte a fair amount of realizing In sec omtary rails and other law priced classifl cations, the Benaral Usl had a rlrm lone Tacllonally hlffher prices were paid fo some loans of the Santa Fe, Baltimore nn Dhlo, Chicaso aud North Western N« York: Central and Southern Pacific. In the industrial and u t i l i t y divisions HUe progress was made by the obilgatloj of Consolidated Gas, Detroit Edison, Inter national Telephone, Postal Telegraph Na lonai Dairy Products and Standard Oil o New York, nnd others. In the majority of fore/ffn fssues the turn over was small with prices not wl.leb changed. Osage Wins Conference Game From Chickasaws, 21-19, at New Hampton NEW HAMPTON, Dec. 23.-- Osag-e high school basketball team defeated New Hampton high schoo lere Friday evening, 21-18, in a Northeastern Iowa conference game The Chickasawa, playing without ^ligfcr, were unable to click; at half ime they were trailing 10-9 and at he end of the third quarter the Groan from Osag-e was ahead 16-12. Knox and Delaney were outstand- ng for the visitors, Donovan and ".raw for the losers. New Hampton's second team asily defeated Osage second team 6-5. W. Sheeny played well for New Tampton. Melson was outstanding or the losers. HAMPTON--18 ndra fldcn nox (c) elftnry af/ney tui orn Total Kefcrce- Hes* PKIibnhm Slraw (c) M n r l l n r k Donovan Slrnnli: Carney, H. 9 3 3 Total -Metier (Crinnelll. 2 0 1 1 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 ~7 Men go to picnics for the same eason that the league of nations as organized. To keep the peace.-- tchlson Globe W,C,T,U,WILL START SCHOOL Educators, Social Workers and Ministers to Go to Sessions. EVANSTON, 111., Dec 25 -Vi~ The national \v. C. T. U. is read'y to open an anti-alcolio! training school Headquarters for the organi2iation announced today that the school svouM be in session for four dava be ginning Dec. 27 and that educators, social workers, ministers, professional men and others would attend. They will come from Wisconsin, Indiana, Ohio, Oklahoma California, Pennsylvania, Missouri and Texas. The school, under the direction of Mrs. Ida B. Wise Smith, national W. C. T. U. president, and Miss Bertha Palmer, director of temperance instruction, will deal, the announcement said, with such subjects as "the psychology and alcohol indu gence" and "the deterrent effects of alcohol." "The school," said the W. C. T. U., "will also devote special attention to teaching methods, the psychology of the class room, and ways and means for promoting wider dis- sernination of the latest scientific facts in this field." Lived on Charity 12 Years; Leaves $1,000 MILWAUKEE, Vhen authorities Dec. 23. /pi_ examined the oom in which Alvln Hoglund 61 died, supposedly penniless, thev otind $1,000 and a will leaving the money to his sister, Mrs. Richard T ohnson of Milwaukee. Hoghind was Icpendcnt upon charity for 19 'ears. The Social Register says that 752 ich men in New York have had to ive up their yachts. Why such har- owing tales? Is the Register trying o break our hearts?--St. 'ost-Dlspatch.

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