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Mason City, Iowa
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Monday, March 12, 1934
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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 12 I 1934 SOOT EXPLOSION FIRES RESIDENCE Grass Fires Numerous Over Week-end in Mason City. Combustion in the stove of the L. A. Stevens home, 412 Sixteenth street northwest; Monday afternoon blew soot into two of the rooms of the home and set fire to the rugs and curtain*. AU of the stops of the chimney were blown out by the explosion. Grass fires were numerous over the week-end. Saturday afternoon one started in the 1400 block on Virginia avenue southeast, Sunday afternoon one started. in , the 500 block on Monroe avenue northwest. Two such fires were reported Monday afternoon, at 815 Monroe avenue northwest and at 1414 Delaware avenue southeast. Saturday afternoon sparks from the chimney burned a small hole in the roof of the home of W. A. Shook, 607 Jefferson avenue southwest. The engine of an automobile owned by A. J. Jones, Nora Springs, caught fire about 8:30 o'clock Sunday evening at First street and North Federal avenue. The fire was extinguished by firemen with a hand pump. Hearing on Collins Farm Case Will Be Held at Sioux City 'FORT DODGE, March 12. LW-Hearing on Federal Chancellor F. F. Faville's recommendation for appointment of a temporary receiver for the Collins Farm company has been transferred from Fort Dodge to Sioux City where it will be held Wednesday before Federal Judge George C. Scott of Sioux City. The hearing was originally scheduled for Tuesday morning in federal court here. CLOSE SCORES IN CAGE MEET (Continued From Sport Page) uff the tie, the winner meeting the Denison girls in the evening for the championship. A prelim with the .Denison boys and a north Iowa team will be arranged. BEKISONS-- 17 IK ft I ·H. Haddy t 5 0 1 M«r. Haddy 1 3 1 2 SHEFFIELD--14 It K f Turch Rlnitos c Cookman K Watt f Kammelr Clark c Holm c Gerdes t Hnnt s Bohn g . M. Coornan 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 [ 0 0 0 g 1 10 Totals 0 0 0 3 8 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 Man Who Killed His Wife's Visitor Faces Charges of Murder PLATTSMOUTH, Nebr., March 12. (/p)--Acting under instructions from Attorney General Paul Good, County Attorney W. G. Kieck today filed a first degree murder charge against Joe McMaken, 35, who last week shot and killed Douglas McCrary, 28, when he found the latter in his home with Mrs. McMaken, McMaken, whose act was described last week by a coroner's jury of married men as "justifiable homicide," was rearrested quietly today and taken before County Judge A. H. Duxbury, where he entered a plea of not guilty and waived preleminary hearing. Kieck who expressed belief after the inquest that no Cass county jury would convict McMaken of murder, today said the state would seek a change of venue. McMaken's attorney said he would plead self defense. HOG PRICES 5 TO 15 LOWER THAN FRIDAY Govig Grocery Store . Is Robbed of Change The Govig grocery store, 516 Carolina avenue southeast, was broken into Saturday night and robbed of about $12 in change. Entrance to the building was gained through a basement window. It was believed by the proprietor of the store the robbery took place about 1 o'clock. Third Quarter Drive Good for 28-14 Margin in Last Game of District Tourney (Confirmed From Sports rage) made good on his free try to net three points. The little red-head, back in his mid-season form, dropped one in from back-court to bring the count to 20-13. Stoecker added a free shot and Ban- a long one to the Mohawk margin, but Captain Burns left the tilt because of the four foul ruling, as the quarter ended with the Mohawks ahead 23 to 13. Harrer tippad in a short shot and made good on a free throw a minute later at the start of the final period. Cretzmeyer's free shot was Algona's last scoring effort while Harrer shoved in a setup for Mason City to bring the score up to 28 to 14 as the game ended. GRAINS FIRM IN CLOSING TRADE Early Sellers Turn Hastily to Purchasing Side in Late Dealings. CHICAGO, March 12. (/0---Fresh activity and strength in the wheat market late today lifted prices to a material extent, with early sellers switching hastily to the purchase side. A conspicuous incentive to late juyers was official announcement that for the first time since July, 1929, the United States wheat visible supply had fallen below 100,000,000 bushels. Today's total supply, 97,092,000 bushels, contrasted sharply with the total a year ago, 142,431,000 bushels. Wheat closed firm at almost the day's top, %@l%c above Saturday's finish; May, 88%@89c; July, S8%@%c; corn, %@%_c_up; May, Produce ON TO CEDAR FALLS MASON CITY, March 12.-Cash Quotation* bj E. O. Morse Eggs (current receipts) .12c rleavy hens, 4% Ibs. and over ..lOc Jght hens 6c Springs (heavy breeds) lOc Springs (Leghorn breeds) 6c tags 6c Old cocks (heavy) 5c Ducks 7c :se 6c Turkeys, No. 1 13c Merchant* Quotation* Eggs, cash 12-lSc* Eggs, in trade 13-14C* Butter, Plymouth 1...33C Butter, Clear Lake 32c Butter, State Brand 34c Butter, Very Best 34c Butter, Dairy Maid 32c Home grown potatoes, peck ... .30c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtalntc by colling several downtown grocery stores. 51%@%c; July, 53Ms@%c; oats, advanced, and provisions unchanged to 5 cents decline. CHICAOO CASH tJRAIN. CHICAGO, March 12. (.¥)--Wheat, No. 2 hard SS'Ac: com. No. 2 mixed 49',5(85!%c: No. 2 mixed (old) 5lc; No. 2 yellow 49yi@ SOC- NO. 2 yellow (old) 50®50Sc; No. 3 yellow 49S49*lc; No. 4 yellow 48%®5ii=; No. 0 yellow 4G«(047".:c; No. 2 white ol=i «T52lic; No. 3 white OO-'i @514c: No. 1 white 49c; sample grade 43% ©47^40; oats, No. 2 white 34»i@33ic; No. 4 white 32V-@33 J Ac: no rye^ barley 49@81c; timothy seed 57.25(3)7.00 cwt.; clover seed $11 (5)14.50 cwt. Lard, tierces, 56.15: loose lard $6.45; bellies $8.12. MasonCityCrain MASON CITY, March 12.-Barley 30-45c No. 2 yellow old shelled corn... .35c No. 3 yellow new shelled corn.. .34c No. 3 yellow ear corn 32c White oats, No. 3. 30 Its., or better 26c i i ; 0 0 3 . (iordon i Wright { Pelrce c S. JlcSwee'y e. 0 0 Hultman f~l ! 2 3 H. McSwe'y r 0 0 0 ·NORA SPRINGS--17 n:« « 0 0 1 Totals ·; 311 DENISOXS--32 ff ft f M. noddy J S J 4 .Mar. Haddy 1 8 2 0 Doeiing e 0 0 0 Klngas c 0 0 3 It. Doerlng t - E 1 0 0 Cookman x 0 0 3 '.Rush f 0 0 0 Bell c 0 0 0 Densmore t Colin f Hortwen 0 Behne o Paine K · V. Colin t Moore t Steedl f Total! "" LYLE--11 Mortenson f Koltoff f Howard e J). Dugan c Tenington K BaumgRTtcl £. Dugan s 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 o o : c o o 0 0 1 8 112 1e ft f 1 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 MASON CITY--28 Herbener, f Harrer, f Stoecker, c Burns, g (c) Barr, g .. Snell, g H. Hert, g TOTALS ^Technical foul. ALGONA--14 Mcdin, f B. Post, JE Spencer, f Cretzmeycr, c (c) . Sellstroni, g (c) .. Shacklef ord, g ... D. Post, g 2 0 1 1 3 0 0 0 1 Totals 14 4 9 Totals FG ...s ...3 . . . 4 . . . 0 . ..1 . . . 0 ,.11 FG . ..1 ,-. .0 ...0 ...1 . . . S ...o ...0 FT 3 1 1 3 0 0 0 FT 0 1 U 2 0 1 0 TOTALS 5 FF 0 o 1 4 ·i 0 *1 12 PF 0 3 1 1 4 S 0 12 July Sept CORN-May July Sept OATS-May July Sept. ...... RYE-May July Sept BARLEY-May July LARD-May July sept BELLIES-May July MOXDAV GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO, March 12. (;i j ):~- High · Low Close 59"i .87 !i .88% . . .S9', 5 .87 .885 90 .SSVi .S9!i .35'1 .354 .50 .53 .33 "i -34S .34 Hi 6.62 6.67 6.87 ^53 ',4 M'A .005! .621; .04!! .46=1 .MS 6.65 6.72 6.92 8.15 S.40 MONDAY GRAIN OPEN CHICAGO, March ]2. UP1- Tr. Ag' Referee: Bump, Des Moines. Umpire, Martin, Sioux City. e ft f 1 0 3 4 0 0 0 WATERLOO--9 OSAGE--H ft ft f T~. Stlngley f 0 0 0 Gordon f Schroede? J 1 0 0 Wright f Healer c Q U O Pierce e Paul c 0 0 0 s. McSwe'y c 0 o 3 Emenott C 0 0 1 Uoltman K 0 0 0 Fulton f o o o H. McSwe'y t o 0 0 Tlnch -I 0 0 0 Stlnsley f 0 0 0 Clark f 3 1 1 ^ _ Totals t i S Total!! 5 0 5 BOWLING CLASSIC · ADDED TO PROGRAM While tie N. I. S. M. girls' tournament was played, the Denison club individual bowling classic was opened by a large number of en- tries, with C. B. Swafford taking /first place with a total of S3* pins In three games. Final contests in the Denison ·-club membership bowling tournament were played, with Barney Derneh winning first place and a gold medal by defeating Al Rease, who received a silver medal award. Chuck Cunningham won a bronze medal for third place by defeating George Curtin. Cunningham was the 193S champion and was put out of the running this year by Rease. BowlingAverages JIOSDil G.VMES Northern Oil Corporation T». Fabst Blue Ribbon, alleys 1 and 2. Ckibc-Gaictte vs. Miller's High lite, alleys 3 and 4. TEAM STANDINGS Menial's Beady Mix 93 69 3* Betsy Boss Bread 93 59 34 Pnbit Bine Blbbon 93 81 Hugh Dave? and Son . . . . 93 51 Miller's High Life 93 60 43 .Toe Daniels' Goodyears ... 93 49 4* Blunter'! .Golden Glow . . . . 93 49 44 Northern Oilers 93 49 44 Gallasber'9 Fontlscl 93 49 44 Bndivclser 9' 49 ** StUmldt'E Cltr CInb 93 4» 44 stnaetalHT Six 93 46 47 GloKs-Gaiettt 93 45 47 A, M. Schankc and Company »' « X.yoiu Cleaners 93 44 Stoddard Stone Products .. 93 41 Wacner Coal company ... 93 40 Blnim-Obon 93 36 Green Mill Cafo 93 35 Tyler-Ryan Furniture . . . . 93 34 .549 .538 .527 .527 .135 .495 .376 .365 Soblcike Wall Stafford Shannon . Collins Otielsen X» Bey Bender Bell Bush (CAS HIGH TON M .«.«·_·* '8 278 688 194 MS 267 «90 193 IM 66! 247 667 189 669 347 658 355 683 547 C36 259 680 :S3 631 CAGE LEADER 20 YEARS OLD JUST 'BEFORE TOURNEY (Continued From Sport Pa(e) expert grid observers. Elected to the captaincy of the Mohawk eleven, the Mohawk star reached his greatest heights last fall. He chalked up the longest run of the year against Algona, sprinting 77 yards for a touchdown to aid in a 59-6 triumph for the eleven which was beaten only once--by West Waterloo. Bobby ended his final season on the gridiron for Mason City by being named almost unanimously as all- state quarterback. He was, of course, an unanimous selection for the all North Iowa eleven. Turns to Basketball. Burns' athletic activities were next turned to basketball, where he was "Judge" Grimsley's only remaining veteran from the 1932-33 five. Bobby had been out for Mohawk basketball four years, playing as reserve the first two years and as a varsity guard the past two years in which Mason City's cage teams went to the state basketball meet twice. Honors in basketball are yet to be awarded but we feel sure the versatile Mohawk leader will not be overlooked in the season's honorary selections. Bobby's value to the basketball team seems best expressed by a Mohawk regular who said Monday, "We will miss Bob greatly in the state meet. He has been a natural leader and was coolest in an exciting game, always calming down the team which might otherwise have gone to pieces." Regular on Baseball Team. The Mohawk three-sports athlete held down third base on the high school baseball nine last spring and, as in football and basketball, excelled at the diamond sport. If Bobby had had the time to try out for the tennis and golf squads, we have a hunch that he would have made those teams too. As the coaches say, "Athletes like Burns only come once in a decade." Honors and tributes notwithstanding, the choicest bit of praise that can be said for Robert Burns, athlete, is that win or lose--he was and is, a sportsman! WHEAT-May July Sept CORK-May July Sept OATS-- · May July Sept RYE-May July Sept BARLEY-May uly LARD-lay uly ept BELLIES-lay uly Open Today . -87=i . .37% . .58% . .M'i . .53 H . .55 193 191 191 190 18S The number of trucks bringing produce into Montana in 1933 was estimated at 25 per cant below that of 1932, a decrease attributed to closer inspection. Close Yesterday .8714 .31=4 .53 ii .55% .34 .34=1 .31 ;i .61 H .63 S.13 3.45 Bank Holiday CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAOO, March 12. (.Tl-- Butter 10,137, easy: creamery specials (93 score) 25 ^iGP 26Uc; extras (92) 25%c; extra firsts (9091) 2454@2«4c; firsts (8S-89) 23%®24c: seconds (86-87) 22tec; standards (90 centralized carlots) 25 lie. Eggs 20,865. steady: cilra firsts cars , . 16 Kc, local 16Kci fresh graded firsts cars c, local 16c: current receipts 151ic. CHICAGO POULTBV. CHICAGO, JVIarch 12. (.W--Poultry, live, 21 trucks, bens easier, balance steady; hens over 5 Ibs. 13c. 5 Ibs. and under 15c; Leghorn hens 12%c; Plymouth Rock broilers 26V-C, White Rock 24c, colored 24c, bare- backs 19c, Leghorn 21c; Kock springs 172 19c, colored 17c; Leghorn chickens I3c; roosters gw.c; hen turkeys 18c. young tons 17c, old toms 12c, No. 2, lie; ducks 15® L7c; geese 12c. PRODUCE FUTVKES. CHICAGO. March 12. LT)--Egg futures closed: Storage packed firsts March 18C; refrigerator standards October 20U@%c. Emitter futures closed:' Storage standards March 22-;c- storage standards November »%c: Potato futures closed: Idaho russeu March 51.90; Idaho russets April 52.05. JJEW YORK PRODUCE. NEW YORK, March 12. -TI--Butter. 7,829 weaker, creamery, higher than extra 26@263ic: extra (92 score) 25«@»ic; first (87-91 scores) 24«@25Vic; seconds unquoted; centralized (90 score) 2511C. Eggs, 20,738, Irregular. Mixed colors, special packs or selections from fresh receipts 19@20Vic; standards and commercial standards 1S818UC; firsts 17USSc; seconds 16HC- mediums. 39 Its.. 16%@17c; dirties No. 1, 42 IDs., 16VJS'?ic; average checks 16c: XEW YORK POULTRY. NEW YORK, March 12. (/Tl--Dressed poultry quiet and steady. Chickens, fresh unquoted; frozen 135P24C; fowls, fresh 14» ISC' frozen 12(tH7'.ic; old roosters, fresh and frozen 9®illc: turkeys, fresh unquoted; frozen 15Sf25c; ducks, fresh unquoted; froz- °Llve" poultry steady. Chickens, freight 13 ®15c; express 15B191" broilers, freight un. quoted; express 12@25c: fowls, freight lo »17c; express 15®18c; roosters, freight and express lOc; turkeys, freight 18@20c; express 20@24c; ducks, freight 12c; express unquoted. _ HIDES, WOOL BULK OF SALES AT $4 UPWARD Demand for Dressed Pork Slow and Receipts Expanding. CHICAGO, March 12. (/P)--The hog market sagged and prices declined today. Receipts were 5,000 smaller than estimated, but still leavier than a week ago and more ian twice as large as a year ago. Quotations were unevenly 5 to 15 cents lower than Friday with the extreme top at $4.60 and the bulk selling at 54 upward. Sellers asked steady prices, but trade languished as buyers fiddled around trying to establish a trading jasis. Receipts all around the market circle gave evidence of expand- ng and demand for dressed pork was slow. One market influence, unmentioned oy official sources but which was unquestionably a factor, was the fact that the government had ceased to purchase hogs. The stoppage was effected last Friday, but this was the first market day to be affected as Saturday's trading was nominal. Packers had 9,000 hogs direct and made no effort to acquire more. Outside- centers reported heavier receipts also with prices generally 5 to 10 cents lower. Trade was fairly active. Cattle trade was active with prices 15 to mostly 25 cents higher. Best yearlings topped at 57.50 with medium weights to 57.40. Most steers sold at 55.25 to 57. Sheep and lambs had a firm undertone. Asking prices were higher with best fat lambs held around 59.50. Initial bids were at S9.25. Aged sheep were about steady. Hog Markets Hog prices at midwest markets Monday: WATERLOO-- Prime hogs 180 to 260 Ibs. 53.70®!; 280 to 300 Ibs. J,3.GOej3.80: 300 to 325 Ibs. $3.45183.75; 325 to 350, Ib3. $3.35® 3.65; good packers $3.15^)3.35. OTTUMWA--Unchanged to lOc lower: 140 to 180 ibs. $2.55; 160 to 180 ibs. S3.65; 180 to 220 Ibs. J1.10; 220 to 24,0 Ibs. $4.10; 240 to 260 Ibs. $4.10; 260 to 280 Ibs. $4: 280 to 310 Ibs. $3.90; 310 to 330 ibs. $3.75: over 350 Ibs. $3.3563.6S; packers under 350 Ibs. $3.15^3.45; packers 350 to 450 Ibs. J3.05@3.35: packers over 500 Ibs. $2.353' 3.15: thin packers $2.40 and down. CEUAB BAPIDS-- Prime hogs 180 to 200 ha. $3.80: 200 to 280 Ibs. $3.00; 280 to 80 Ibs. $3.50; 280 to 300 Ibs. 53.70: 300 to 20 Ibs. $3,60; 320 to 340 Ibs. $3.50; good ackers to 350 Ibs. J3.10; to 400 Ibs. $3; to 50 Ibs. $2.90; to 500 Ibs. $2.80. COBN-- 'nchanged. DES MOINES--10-lSc lower; 120 to 150 bs. $2.25®3; 150 to 300 Ibs. 1 $303.80: 300 o 400 Ibs. S3.40®3.65; good packers $2.90® .35. AUSTIS--Choice light lights 140 to 100 is. $3.25, choice lights 160 to 180 Ibs. S3.60, choice medium 180 to 250 Ibs. $4, cnolce eavy butcher 250 to 290 Ibs: $3.95, choice eavy butcher 290 to 350 lb». $3.80, choice eavy butcher 350 and up $3.60, choice ackers 275 to 350 Ibs. 53.25. choice packers 50 to 425 Ibs. $3.15. choice packers 425 o 550 Ibs. and 550 Ibs. and up S3. .'7 Ib. warmed up steers on feeders ac- ount 55; few good light' weights 54.25® .65. HOGS 8.500; slow, steady to lOc lower than Friday; top $4.15; sparingly; early ulk 180 to 320 Ib. weights S3.90®4.10; arly packer top $4; big weight butchers own to $3.80; good 140 to 180 Ib. wtlBhts 3.2515.4; sows I3.50S3.60; feeder pigs $2.75 jwn, SHEEP 4,500; market run practically all ed Iambs; nothing done; early Indications round study; holding best offerings upward to 59.25. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, March 12.-BOO: About steady. Best sorted lights 200-240 Sl.OO Best medium weight butchers 240-260 S4.00 Best heavy butchers 260-300 S3.80 £3.60 53.3{ S3.2( Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest HIDES Horsehides W- 7 : j Cured eef hides S^c Green beef hides 4c WOOL No. 1 clean bright 24c Ib. Semibright 23c !b. Rejects - 19o Ib. WOOL 5IABKET. BOSTON, March 12. (.T!--U. 3. department ot agriculture- Recent Increased attention to the shorter staple 64s and finer territory wools stimulated a firmer tendency in quotations on these wools. Prices on graded clothing lines and original bag clothing and short French combing lots tended to the upper side of the range 79-81 cents scoured basis. Cur- 1 rent "offerings available .below 80 cents were 1 mostly of inferior character. Estimated receipts of domestic wool- at Boston, reported to the Boston grain and flour exchange during week ending March 10, amounted to 154.100 pounds compared with 4,301,100 during the previous week. MINT-EAFOIIS ORAIX. MINNEAPOLIS, March 12. (JP--Wheat 16 cars. 65 a year ago: IVic higller. Cash: So. 1 northern 875t@90Sc; No. 1 darn northern 15 per cent protein 8S^s@9 1 % c ; U per cent protein 88S@91% C ; 13 P er cent protein 88SP9154C; 12 per cent protein !8%®91%c; No. 1 hard Montana U per cent protein SS'~!s@90%c: to arrive 83%® 90ftc; No. 1 amber durum S1.08S1.14; No. 2 amber durum $1.07fi1.13; No. -1 red dur- May 85Ssc; July S6^ic; Sep- tcmber 86%c. Corn No. 3 yellow Oats No. 3 white 3 IvANSAS CITV CRAIX. KANSAS CITT. March 12. (JPI--Wheat: 117 cars' J /*c lower to Ic higher. No. 2 dark hard 83@84iS« No. 3. 85c; No. 2 hard 82 ®83?lc; No. 3. 823'83 3 .ic; No. 2 red 81%® S5c nominal: No. 3, 83ic. Corn: 77 cars; No. 2 white 46%.. ,, ,, . No. 2 yellow 46c; No. 3, 45Sc; No. 2 mixed s- 'ic lower to %c higher. »ic, billing 17c; No. 3, 47c: nominal. , nearly white 46c; No. 3, Oats- 7 cars: unchanged to Uc higher; No. 2 white 33®33%o nominal; No. 3, 32% Market Notes By TICEER TAPE OMAHA GKAIN uMAHA, llarch 12. oi--Wheat, dark hard No. 3, 81«fflS3c; hard No. 2. 81»® S2c; No. 3. 81Sc; durum No. 3. iG^c. Corn, white No. 2. «c; yellow No. 1, 43c; No. 3. 42«c; mixed No. 3, 40«c. Oats, white No. 3, 31c. Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET CHICAOO, March 12. LT)--U. S. department- of agriculture- Potatoes 221, on track 412. total U. S. shipments Saturday 1.003, Sunday 32; old stock dull, supplies liberal, demand and trading slow; sacked per cwt: U. s. No. 1. Wisconsin round whites burlap sacks 51.70 (y)1.75: Minnesota Red river Chios 51.65; Idaho russets S2Sf2.05. II. S. No. 2, $1.73; Colorado McClures cotton sacks few sales $2.17V=@2.20; new stock about steady, supplies moderate, demand and trading moderate; Florida bushel crates Miss triumphs MIXNEAl'OLIS FLOUR. MINNEAPOLIS, March 12. (.p^-Flonr unchanged, carload lots, family patents 57.05 Sr7.15 a barrel In 98 Ib. cotton sacks. Shipments 31.192. Pure bran $18.30®19. Stand- ird middlings $17S?17.50. In its weekly review of business and financial conditions The Wall Street Journal 'Swayed by the same conflicting Influences which have been in the ascendant for more than a month, the securities markets fluctuated In a narrow range of prices during the past week. While business news continues to sustain the level of prices, the question of regulatory legislation still is In the balance, and its agitation acts as a check on both investment and speculative operations. One other major factor which has made for a cautious attitude toward the markets is the continuation of labor troubles, particularly in the motor industry. "Some modification of the Fletcher-Rayburn bill Is In prospect, and within a few days terms of the re-drafted measure will be made public. Some of the provisions of the bill which drew the fire of Industry and the financial community are scheduled for change, but the measure, In its new garb, will have to run the gauntlet of both uouses. Until congress finally acts on a measure, the question will continue to exercise a check on enthusiasm for securities. Burges Wins Title in' Friendly Indian Marble Tournament Lorenzo Burges, a righthanded fingernail shooter, won the Friendly Indian marbles championship in a tournament Saturday, playing through a stiff game of "rings" at Central school grounds. His opponent was Alvin Kittleson, a southpaw who also favors his fingernail rather than a knuckle .as a means of propelling "glassies" and who survived until the final game from a field which included 21 marbles experts. The Pioneer group at the Y. M. C. A., which sponsors the tournament, will shoot its tourney this Saturday 'and the two winners will meet for the city title. XEW YORK SUGAR. NEW YORK, March 12. i.T--Ea-.' susar quiet and unchanged today at 3.22C for spot's with no sales reported. Futures about unchanged to 1 point lower. Refined unchanged at 4.50C for fine granulated. TOLEDO SEEDS. TOLEDO March 12. (.T)--Seeds in warehouses: Red clover S8.25, alsiKc 5S.50. Best prime heavy butchers .. 300-350 Best packing sows, smooth .. 300-350 Best heavy sows, smooth ... 350-400 Best big heavy sows, smooth 450-500 53-10 Light lights, fair to good, (140, 160, 180) $3.00. 53.40. 53.60 CATTLE Choice young steers .. 900-1,000 $4.75-5 50 Mediu:n to good yearling steers 900-1,000 S3.75-473 Choice corn fed steers 1.000-1.200 54.50-5.25 Medium to good corn fed steers 1,000-1.200 53.75-4.51 Low grade steers .. Fair heifers 600-SOO $2.75-3.50 uood-neifcra eoo-800 S3.50-4.oo Choice to prime heifers - 600-800 $4.00-4.51 Butchers cows, fair to good . ,$2.00-2.50 Good to choice cows S2.SO-2 7: Choice to prime cows {2.75-3-01 inferior cannera 75-101 Fair to good cannera $1.25-1.5* Good cutter cows - 51.50-2.00 Common to fair bulb 51.75-2.25 Fair to good heavy bulls S2.00-2.25 Good to choice bulls 52.25-2.75 Good to choice calves. 130-190 54.50-5 01 Medium to good calves, 130-190 S3.50-4.50 Inferior and common calves .. -53.00 down LA9IBS Choice lambs 70-90 57.73-8.2! Medium to good lambs ... 70-90 S6.75-7.7t Buck lambs SI under grade. .Quotations subject to market fluctuations CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, March 12. (JP1--U. S. depart ment of agriculture-HOGS 25,000, including 9,000 direct slow, 5 to 15 cents lower than Friday; 18C to 2SO Ibs. $4.40(5)4.55; top S4.60; 290 t 340 Ibs. S4.25SI4.40; 140 to 170 Ins. $3.50® 4.33; pigs S2.50S3.25; packing sows 53.7 ®4; light light good and choice 140 to 16 Ibs. S3.5094.25; light weight 160 to 20 [bs. S4®4.60; medium weight 200 to 25 Ibs. S4.4094.60: heavy weight 230 to 35 Ibs. 54.20S14.55; packing sows medium an good 275 to 550 Ibs. 53.60lS4.15; pigs goo and choice 100 to 130 Ibs. S2.50lS3.50. CATTLE 13.000; calves 2,000; fed steer and yearlings strong to 25c, mostly 15-25C, higher; better grades showing most advance, going largely on shipper account; active 3iarket; other killing classes steady to strong: most steers sales S5.255J7 with 1,300 Ib. bullocks up to S7.40 and long yearlings 57.50; slaughter cattle and vealers: Steers, good and choice, 550 to 900 Ibs., S6@T.75' SOO to 1100 Ibs. S6527.75: 1100 to 1300 Ibs. S5.75@7.65; 1300 to 1500 Ibs. S4.90 QJ7.00; common and medium, 550 to 1300 Ibs., S3.75®6; heifers, good and choice, 550 to 750 Ibs., S5.25®6.75; common and medium $3.50@5.25; cows, good, S3.50@4.25; common and medium J2.759S50; low cutter and cutter $1.50(5)2.75; bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) S3.25^3.75: cutter, common and medium 52.50(g)3.35; vealers, good and choice, $5.25®6.50; medium S4.50 S5.25; cull and common S3.50SP4.50; stacker and feeder cattle: Steers, good and choice, 500 to 1050 Ibs., S4.50@5.75; common.and medium S3.25@4.75. SHEEP 12,000; undertone strong to unevenly higher on desirable fat Iambs: sellers asking 25 cents or more advance: initial bids around 59.25: bulk held around S9.50; sheep steady; lambs 90 Ibs. down good and choice SS.50P9.50; common and medium S7OS.75; 90 to 98 Ibs. good and choice SS®9.35; ewes 90 to 150 Ibs. good and choice 5495.60: all weights common and medium $3@4.50. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA, March 12. CrT)-- U. S. department of agriculture -HOGS 10.000; weak to mostly lOc lower nan Friday; early bids and sales good to choice ISO to 280 Ibs. 54@4.10; top 54.15; 280 to 350 Iba. 53.808.4: 140 to 180 Ibs. 53.25jj)4; feeder pigs 526*2.50: killers up to 13; and above; mangy offerings down to ;1- packing sows fully steady; mainly at S3.508'3.50; stags S2.75®3.25; average cost Saturday $3.96; weight 238; for the week 53.89: weight 241. CATTLE 8.000, calves 300; fed steers. yearlings and heifers active, strong to 25c ilgher; cows strong to 10-15c higher; bulls steady vealers weak to 50C lower; stockers and feeders strong to 25c higher: fed steers and year:ings mostly 5S®6.25; choice 1314 b. weights $6.50; heifers 54.50SP5.25; lev. lots 55.50; beef cows $2. 70 ff 3. 50; odd head 5®4; cutter grades sl.60@2.50. medlutr uls 52.60®2.75: practical top vealers 50; few choice S5.505J16; medium to choice stockers and feeders $4.25@5.50; yearlings around 600 Ibs. SO; stock calves 56.25. SHEEP 7,000; 10 to 15 per cent or run feeders; Iambs opening 10-lSe higher; sheep scarce, steady; feeders "low, Indications steady; early bids fed wooled lambs S8..5SP 9; some held higher: odd head ewes up tc 55,25; shearing lambs eligible up to $8.75 RAILS, UTILITIES BOLSTER STOCKS Metal Shares Alone Resist Advance; Trading Quiet Except for Flurries. NEW YORK, March 12. C?P)--An mproved demand for rails and utilities boosted the stock market into a firmer position today. Metal shares alone resisted the advance. Trading was quiet except for brief buying flurries. American Telephone showed a net rise of 3 points while issues about 1 to 2 higher included Case, du Pont, tr. S. Steel, Consolidated Gas, Montgomery Ward, Goodyear, Santa Fe, Lnion Pacific and Public Service of New Jersey. U. S. Smelting reacted a point. Transfers approximated 1,250,000 shares. Dullness in stocks was pronounced during the early hours. Silver and rubber futures again moved up, and grains closed firm. Cotton was fairly steady. International dollar rates resigstered only slight changes. Bonds just about held their own, although the activity here was restricted to scattered specialties. Curb Market NEW YORK. March 12, (M-- Quiet firmness prevailed in today's curb market; Several specialties displayed strength and there vcre scattering gains throughout the gen- iral list. Tradinp was dull. Interstate Hosiery Mills, Mead Johnson and General Tire and Rubber were gainers to the extent of around two points each. Sherwin Williams, Aluminum of America Lake Shore Mines, Hiram Walker, swlf and company, Canadian Marconi, Montgomery Ward " A, " American Cyanamid ' ' B' and New Jersey Xlnc were steady to firm turning over In light volume. The oil dlvl slon was dull. Some of the utilities made mild improve ment, American Gas and Electric Bond am Share rising fractionally- KANSAS CITV LIVESTOCK. KANSAS -CITY, March 12. L^pl--U. 9. de partment of agriculture-HOGS 4.500; 900 direct and through mostly 5-lOc lower than Friday's average slow; top 54.20 on choice 180 to 240 Ibs- good and choice. 140 to 160 Ibs. $3.259 4.05; 160 to 180 Ibs. 53.7584.20; ISO to 200 Ibs S4.05®4.20; 200 to 220 Ibs. S4.05BI4.20 220 to 250 Ibs. 54.0594.20; 250 to 290 Ibs S4«4.15; 290 to 350 Ibs. S3.BO@4.10; packing" sows 275 to 550 IbS. S3.15IS3.65. CATTLE 9,500; calves-2,000; killing classes opening steady" to strong; stockers and teeaers fully steady; early top long yearlings 56.40; choice heavy steers S6.25; iteers, good and choice. 550 to 900 Ibs.. S5.50JS77 900 to 1100 Ibs. S5.5007; 1100 to 1300 ibs. S5S6.75; 1300 to 1500 Ibs. 54..5 ®6.50; common and medium. 550 Ibs. up, 53.60^5.50; heifers, good and choice, 550 to 900 Ibs 54.50(5(1: common and medium 550 to 800 Ibs. 53514.60; cows, good. $3.25 $3.75' common and medium 52.35133.25. low cutter and cutter 51.2592.35; vealers (milk fed) medium to choice 53.505J6.50; cull and common $2.5093.50; stacker and feeder steers, good and choice (all weights) 54.25^:4.75: common and medium (all weights) 52.75(5)4.50. SHEEP 8.000: lambs active. 40-50C higher; sheep about steady; top fed lafflbs 59.35; Oklahoma spring ambs S10.50«pll; lambs, good and choice CO 90 Ibs. down S8.50® 9.35- common and medium, 90 Ibs. down. S6.75«?8.50; good and choice (x) 90 to »B Ibs 58.25W9.35; yearling wethers, medium to choice 90 to 110 Ibs., S5.50S.S.25; ewes, good and choice, 90 to 150 Ibs., 54@5.40 (s)--Quotations based on ewes and weth- ers. COMHIXED HOG RECEII'TS. DBS MOINES, March 12. C1V-U. S. de partment of agriculture -Combined hog receipts at 22 concentratloi yards and 7 packing plants located In In terlor Iowa and southern Minnesota lor th 48 hour period ended at S a. m. today wer 46,200 compared with 21,300 a week ag and 16,500 a year ago. Slow, steady to 15c. mostly 5c to lOc im der Saturday; least decline on weights ovc 240 Ibs.: indications loading fairly heav for Monday. Quotations: Good and choice, light light; 140 to 160 Ibs. S3@3.SO; light weights 16 to 180 Ibs. S3.504.10; ISO to 200 Ibs. 53-9 CT4.25; medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs 220 to 250 Ibs. $3.90®4.25 LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO, March 12. (.Iv-Oftlcial esta- mated receipts tomorrow: cattle 8,000; hogs 18,000; sheep 9,000. . heavy weights 250 to 290 . $3.SO®4.25 290 to 350 Ibs. $3.55(^4.10: good packin sows 27S to 350 Ibfl. S3.25^'3.60; 350 to 42 Ibs 53. 15, 9 3. 50; 4.25 to 550 Ibs. $3@3-35. Bond Market Representative Sales IN COLLISION. An automobile driven by John Anston, 119 ! /4 South Federal avenue, collided with a trailer owned by L. H. Woodford, 211 Sixth street southwest, Sunday evening at Seventh street and South Federal ave- CHICAGO, March 12. i.TH-U. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales. HOGS. Heavy-- Lights-39 5355 92 73' ·5 62 34G 303 276 260 347 223 216 205 114S 1280 1322 liSS 13S3 MIS 1630 1880 4.25 4.40 4.45 150 194 1S6 93 173 58 162 Light Lights-- 67 4.55 4.55 4.50 4.RO CATTLE. Heifers- 30 T.CO 7. SO 7.1C 6.65 G.OO 5.50 T..OO i.7o Cows- 3 23 10 SHEEP. Fed Wsst'n Lambs-ISO 84 9.60 230 89 9.50 200 'J2 9.50 Clippers-320 82 8.00 500 95 7.75 158 lol 7BO S35 988 600 1310 1119 906 817 4.50 4.45 4.S5 -1.25 4.15 ·1.00 c.oo 5.25 4.50 ·1.23 3.25 2.50 2.00 NEW YORK, March 12. (.'Ft--Although th general corporate bond list was marked a little Irregularity in the early trading to day, strength developed in several classif cations. Transfers were In moderate volume There was active buying in Alleghan corporation issues, particularly the 5s t 1950, which last week lost nearly 10 poinl Incident to confusion over the status ( bank loans of the Van Swcringen group. In the early trading this issue was bi up more than 4 points, again establishln the price above the 30 level. Light bidding in the face of small offe ings resulted in gains ranging from fra tlons to around a point in Chile Copper 5 Goodyear 5s, International Telephone 5 Baltimore and Ohio 4%s. Phillips Petroleu 5«s and Standard Oil of New York 4«s. North American 53, Armour cornpan iv^s Canadian Pacific Debentures and Tex as" corporation 5s yielded a little ground ur der small transfers. IT. S. governments moved narrowly quiet trading. U. S. BOND QUOTATIONS NEW YORK, March 12. (if)--United tates government bonds closed: Liberty 3%s 102.19. Liberty First 4y,s 102.30. Liberty Fourth 4Vjs 103.1. Treasury 4Us 17-52 109.28. Treasury 4s 44-51 10G.2. Treasury 3Ss 40-43 June 101.28. Treasury 314s 46-49 100. Treasury 3s 51-55 98.21. Stock List KE\V YORK STOCKS. NEW YORK. March 12. Quotations. 98 3% ir Reduct lleghany [ Che Dye 151% m Can 101% For Pow 11 m Pow Lt 9?i Un steel Fdrs 22 m Sugar 52 T Ic T 12354 m Tob B 69 }i m Water Wks 20'i naconda 15-y t tchfson tl Ret uburu vlation Corp O arnsdall , eth Stl orclens Jorg Warn urr Add anada Dry an Pac GG'i 31% 56% hes O N W hie Gt W hie Gt W pf M S P a P M S P f t p p f R I 4 P hrygler ol G t E omwlth Sou onu Gas ons Oil ontl Can sonti Ins !ontl Mot :orn Prod Curtiss Wr )eere pfd )u Pont lastman 51 Pow fc Lt 'ox Film A ^reeport Ter lenl Am Trans Gen El len Foods Gen Motors Gillette Gobel Gold Dust Goodrich Goodyear "rah Paine * Nor pfd it West Sag Hudson II Cent Int Harv Int Nick CM 10 6% 5-1 « 39% 13M 77 S 32 2 72 »4 · I ' M 1444 99 80% 7% 13 K - 22% 3451 ssy, 11 !i Stt 19 Ti is-; 39 1 T . T Johns Manv Kennccott Kresge Us Hy B Loews Loose Wiles Lorillard Maytag McKess Rob Slid Cont Pet M K T Mo Pnc Wont Ward is'ash NatI Else Nat C Res A Nat Dairy Nat Distill Nat Pow 4 It N \* Cent NT NH H No Amer No Pac Oliver Farm 59 20 'A 20 lj 35 32 S 40 3 33 »i 27 V, 12 !i 3SU 19 a 39 =k 32 ss 20 33 S 42% 27 Vi Oliver Farm pfd 22'i Packard 5"i Penney 6711 Penn 35 Phillips Uet IT"; Proc Gam Pullman R C A R K O Rem Rand Rep Stl Rey Tob B Roy Dutch Sears Roe Shell U Socony Vac So Pac St Brands St G E St Oil Cal St Oil N J Stone Web Studebaker Tex Corp Tex Gulf Sul Tim Roi B Hn Carb Un Pac Unit Air United Corp U S Ind Alco U S Rubber U S Steel Wabash Warner PIct West El Mfg Woolworth Wrtclcy Yc! Tr 37 55-; S' 31 131 23 41"- 38', 49 10 = 1C 28 21 « 13' 3845' 10 '.-j 27' 3S'i 1271: 24 ». 53 »i 20 '1 39 = ; 51 '1 59',; G ' l De*ter Co Gt Lakes Air Katz DruK Llbby-McNell M W Utilities CHICAGO STOCKS CHICAGO. March 13. 1X1-- e 3i Natl Leather 2 44 Quaker Oabi 11514 1 Swilt Co 16?i 33 Swift Intl 27U 5 Utility and Ind IS INVESTMENT TRUSTS By The A.ssoclaied 1'ress. Bid and asked on March 12: Corp Tr Sh ~Iorp Tr Sh AA Mod Corp Tr Sh Accum Ser .. Corp Ar Accum Ser Mod Dividend Sh Nationwide Sec Nationwide Sec Vtc Nor Amer Tr Sh Nor Amer Tr Sh 1955 .. Quarterly Inc Sh Selected Am Sh Selected Cum Sh Selected Income Sh .... Super Corp Am Tr A .. U S El L Pow A U S El L Pow B U E El L Pow B Vtc . 2.OB 2.34 2.00 2.34 1.22 3.46 1.3S 1.S7 2.42 1.3G 2.75 6.99 3.62 3.00 · 121.4 S.15 .84 2.47 2.47 3.24 3.36 1.46 Supplementary List j of Stock Quotations [ Supplied by f LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. j Mason City Office in Bagley- f Beck Building Telephone No. t . Natives-11 54 Wooled Ewes-4 120 7 129 Clipped Ewes-6 118 5.50 5.00 SOCTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUIi March 12. W\--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2.800; slaughter steers and rear- lings slow, bidding around steady: asking prices stronger; most offerings lack finish: leavles eligible around S4.25@5.50; some held at 56 and above; she stock about steady, common to good heifers S3.25S'5.40; beef cows S2.505?3.25: low cutter to cutter cows 51.50552.25; bulls steady to strong; medium grades S2.50QJ2.75: stockers and 'eederi unchanged; common to medium S2.75S3.75; calves 2,000; weak to 50c lower: bulk better kinds S4-50®5.50; few se- cted 56. HOGS 4.500: fairly active, averaging weak to IOC lower than last week's close; packing sows steady; good to choice 170 to 260 Iba. 54.10SC4.15; top S4.15 paid by all interests: considerable number medium grade hogs downward to $4 and under; heavier butchers scarce, salable down to 53.90 and be'ow; better 130 to 160 Ibs. S3(3 4; most packing sows S3.40Q3-70: average cost Saturday S4.10; weight 199; for the week S3.97; 217 Ibs. SHEEP 5.000; run includes IS loads fed wooled Iambs: no early action on fat lambs; sellers asking higher to 59 and above on better grades; buyers talking weaker; few sales fat native ewes-steady S3.5035. S1OCX CITV LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY, March 12. LTV-U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 3.500; slaughter steers and year lings opening strong: higher asking prices delaying trade: most fat she stock firm; low grade cows dull: bidding weak to 25c lower; stockers and feeders little changed; small quota better grade steers and yearlings salable above S6; bulk eligible to $5.65 down; quality rather plain: few good heifers $5: early bulk beef cows S2.65S3.25: bidding down to $1.25 for low cutters; car JOHN F.CLARK AND CO. MARKET INFORMATION 325 I. 0. t. BIdg. Phone 845 March 12. Lynch says--Wheat opened lower on cables' and scattered selling by locals. On the breaks the market encountered some very good buying by houses with eastern connections. There was a steady demand all day which increased rapidly as the stock and cotton market firmed up. Think wheat 13 WASHINGTON-- Purchase o£ 1,000,000.000 ounces silver at rate of not less than oO.- 000,000 ounces a month for the benefit of agriculture through the increase ot monetary units in circulation is proposed in a bill Introduced in the senate by Senator Wheeler, democrat. Montana. Closing Cotter and Egg Letter. Batter--Extras were freely offered on tni spot call resulting in a decline of Uc In quotations. Other grades were unchanged to lie lower. Withdrawals in four markets ex ccedcd last year by 240,000. Belter buying support was shown In March butter and this delivery closed half cent higher at 22 1 r»c November butter closed He higher. Ehouli better demand develop In spot market a present levels March butter would likely respond with further rallies. EPRS--Spot quotations unchanged to *iC higher. Futures were firmer with trad ng light. Most of activity consisted of hedging operations. Sentiment continues optimistic on October and there seemed to be buy ng orders at slightly below today's closing price. Lamson Brothers Market Letter MARKET REVIEW Batter--Today's declines which applied to practically every grade except standards, seem to have about discounted conditions 'or the present. ERRS--The cash market is holding steady at today's quotations, -which are unchanged r undergrades. Comment: Rather expect markets to hole reasonably steady in here. Government report on butter may have temporary effect aut probably not bring about any major changes. Eggs likely to receive support at present sufficient to check any major setbacks. Wheat--The tone In wheat was better today in keeping with the action In stocks and in a measure due to the large decrease in the visible supply. Volume was rather small until the last half hour, when scattered commission house buying of July resulted In a burst of activity and disclosed a lack of pressure. Those who had sold early covered on the late rally. The market closed near the top of a substantial advance. A decrease of 3.543,000 bushels was shown In the domestic visible the past week, bringing the total down to 97.092.000 bushels. This Is the first time since 192S that the visible supply at this time of year has been under 100,000,000 and it attracted a great deal of attention. Temperatures in the American northwest and southwest are much above normal and the Indications are for continued fair weather. At one point in Utah spring wheat seeding was under way which Is a month ahead of normal. Corn--The range in corn was rather narrow, but this market displayed a good undertone. May was slightly easier at times, compared with the Jnly but prices in the main followed wheat. Should overnight news remain constructive it should aid wheat but would confine purchases to recessions. NEW YORK CUKB QUOTATIONS Amer Gas El 2G Humble Oil Ark Nat Gas A l"i Assoc G El A Hi Can Marconi 4'; El Bd Sh 185! Ford M of Can 24 Ford M of Eng 7" 1 Kecla Mining 7 Hud B M S 125- CHICAGO STOCKS Bendix AvI Cp 19--}! Cord Company Borg-Warn Cp 25 r ; Marshall Field Butler Bros 10 S Swift 4 Co XEW 'YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 21U Lambert Co Am Car Fdy 29% Am Rotl'g Mills 25 Am Metal 25% Am Ra S Co 15 Am S Re Co 4615 Am Tob 69 ~z Atlantic Re Co 31=4 Ar Co B (III) 5j» Assoc Dry Gds 10% Baldwin Lo 13vi Oil A S»t B'riCBS Mfg Co 16 (t Best Co 33 ^ Byers A M Co 27S Calif Packing 25 Com Credit 31?-. Coml Solvents 27 % Cont Oil 19 Cream of Wht 32=4 Cudahy Pack'g 4?. r ti Curtiss Wr pfd 9TS First Natl Strs 55 Gr North'n Ore 13-}i Hershey Ch Co 53 Houst Oil (new) 4?; Indian Ref 3Vi Kelvinator Corp 21 Kroger Groc 31 ^ Nlag Hud 7% Nldes-Bom-Pond 14 Pennroad Corp 3^4 S 0 Ind 27!i S 0 Ky 16 United Gas 3!-; Un L P A 3% Util P t L IS is 16=- Liquid Carb Cp 27 a l Mack Truck 34-g llathieson Alk 35% lies Seab'd Oil 35% ilcKess Robb 1V Otis Steel 7 J C Penney Co 67U PtUsbury Flour 22 Pure Oil Co 13 Purity Bak Cp 17*i Pub Ser of N J 3S"i P.eo Jtotors r St Joseph Lead 23*1 Simmons Co 20 U So Calif Edison ISU Tide Wa OIJ Co 11V- U S Ind Al 53=^ Util P L A 4tt Vanadium 2SV» Union Oil Calif 17% Un Gas Imp 17 " Western Alyld 15=6 Warren Bro Co 11% Western Union 57 "B Worth'n Pump 26 Wrljtley Jr Co Ml V. North Amer Av 8T4 GRAPEFRUIT LEAGUE By ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York (N) 10; Philadelphia (A) 2. Pittsburgh (N) 5; Portland (PCD 2. Chicago (A) 13; Los Angelea (POL) S. Plan to attend the Matinee dance March IS. Music by Dene Mincy and her Sweethearts. Admission 10 cents--double. 11 cents. [CAGE SCORES SUNDAY SCHOOL LEAGUE Olivet M. E. 8, Baptist 16. Trinity Lutheran 4, Church of Christ 13. Congos 11, Evangelical 22. First 31. E. 34, Catholic 15. DEAD Animals of All Kinds Removed Mason City Rendering Co. We pay phone calls. Phone 1096 JNO.F. CLARK CO. Chicago - New York Sew Orleans 325 1. O. F. BIdg. Phones S45-846 A. E. HEXDKKVSOX, Braach M*r. MEMBERS New York Stock Exchange New York Coff«*e 'Sugar Exchjwio New York r rod ace Exchange New York Curb Exchange Assod*tc New York Mercantile Exchange New York Cotton Exchange ChleaRO Stock EichanRe Chicago Board of Trade Chicago Cnrb Exchange Asa'n. Chicago Mercantile Exchange Commodity Exchange. Inc, New Orlenns Cotton Exchange

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