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MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 13 1934 VARIED OFFENSE HELPS AT PURDUE (Continued Tnm Sport Int) the Interviewer. "I believe the ma- ority of Purdue fans will agree wit h me that two shards Don White, who played in 1924 and Johnny Wooden, more recent Pur- ^^T-^SWS makers' suits," Coach Lambert emphatically stated. Both Cagers Now Coaching. mite is now coach at Washington university In St. Loute white rorinV^Ky.S^ Z£tf^S£Z%£ ing to Coach Lambert. Purdue, perhaps the outstanding quintet in tte country the past season, was smallest in stature in the Big Ten and was "Midget Men" of GIANTS FULL OF '34 CONFIDENCE (Continued tnm Sports FMO) startled the baseball world last year. END As They'll Click Again. a matter of fact there isn t not the only conference but toe "Point a Minute. Men as well, averaging « markers a 88 Sfe Boilermakers have not fin- Coach Lambert's squad tied f« first in 1926, tied again jn 1928 tor ttf crown but took a clear-cut d^ tTthe Western conference title in 1930 and finished on top of the heap in 1932. as well as past season. ' the PRESS BOX (Continued from SporH P«e Moor* In the Hawkeye grid twunof next fall. Sheldon Gor- donter ot EsthetviUe, » tack, will also report, and is said to be a promising recruit. Don Nelson of Hampton will be a good line prospect for next season 2nd Gall lundberg of Northwood Ms been voted one of the outstanding freshman prospects for a much nourishment for the opposition or the sKeptics, who doubt that Hubbell, Schumacher and Parmelee will duplicate their pitching feats of 1933 or that the team, as a whole will click so effectively as a winning unit in the National league this year. ."Actually I have more good pitchers than I Icaow what to do with this year," says Terry, "whereas last season Schumacher and Parmelee had to come through if we were to have a chance in the penant race Bill Shores, Jack Salveson, Al Smith and Joe Bowman give me a wealth of reserve material, in addition to the two men who know all the tricks of the relief game, Herman Bell and the grand old Cuban, Adolfo Luque. With the extra punch we will get from Jackson and the best defensive club in the league, l don't see how we can miss." . Stength Is Added. All but one of the major developments, the illness of the No. 1 backstop, Gus Mancuso, with an attack of typhoid, has been calculated to strengthen the Giants chances. Johnny V«rgei has completely recovered from his operation for appendicitis last September and is ready for a big year. Not only are the pitching heroes of 1933 all in good health but Terry has every reason to expect a comeback by William Watson Clark, no longer worried by illness and potentially one of the best southpaws in the league. To cap the climax Travis Jackson, the team captain, has so far recovered his agility as to recapture the shotstop job from the colorful WHEAT FAILS TO RETAIN ADVANCE Dust Storms Over Midwest Leads to Rallies in Grain Prices. CHICAGO, March 13. GP)--Dust storms over a large area of Kansas and Nebraska, as well as sections « South Dakota and Iowa, led to late rallies in wheat prices today. Upturns though, failed to go above yesterday's finish, and the close was ,,/ade attention was largely directed to Washington and for the time being no advices from there concerning grain gave much encouragement to friends of higher prices. Wheat closed unsettled, % to % cents under yester.day'8 finish, May, 88% to 88%, July, 88% to 88%; Scorn, % to % cent-down, May, 51 J* to 51% July, 53H; oats, % to % cent off and provisions unchanged to 5 cents decline. Produce MASON CITY, March 13.-Cash quotations tj E. G. Morae [Eggs (current receipts) 12c Heavy hens, Light hens Ibs. and over ..10c -6c 13C Springs (heavy breeds) ........ 10c Springs (Leghorn breeds) -------- 6c Stags .............. ............ t£ Old coclta (heavy) .................. ° c Ducks ...... ................... 7c Geese ··= Turkeys, No. 1 Herchut. Eggs, cash .............. 12-13c Eggs, in trade ............ 13 ,, Butter, Plymouth ............ 33c Butter, Clear Lake ........... « c Butter, State Brand .. ....... 34c Butter, Very Best 3tc Butter, Dairy Maid ..... - ..... « c Home grown potatoes, peck . . . .ouc ·EDITOR'S NOTE-- These representative quotations were obtsinto by calling several downtown grocery stores. CHICAGO POCLTB1- CHICAGO CASH ·«*?"· . CHICAGO, Marcll 13. UPV- Wheat: No. 5 d weevlly Md TM»W S2c; K °- 5 hartl cora- No. a mteed 8Kc: No. 3 mixed No. 6 mixed 48c; No. 2 yellow line Blondy whose spirited work -S_c: No. i yellow 48»,ie; No. s 2 c N o ? 3 white 50*®51c; .ample So. 2 white 35«3S.e: No. 3 white c; No. 4 white 33H(8%«. per cwt. lies 38.12. CHICAGO. March 13. .tJPl-Poultry. live, 27 trucks, steady: hens over S Ibs. 13c 5 Ibs. and under lie: Leghorn hens 12%c; Rock broilers 24e2614c; colored 24c; bare- backs IBc: Leghorns 2lc; Rock springs 17« 19c, colored 17c: Leghorn chickens 13C, roosters 814c; heavy white ducks Me,^heavy colored 17c, small 16c; turkeys U(SlSe: geese 12c. CHICAGO FBODCCE CHICAGO. March 13. UP)--Butter «.059, aiy; creamery specials (83 «««) 25Vt@ is (92) 25c; extra firsts (90-91) c- firsts (88-89) 23®23?ic; seconds (86-87) 22c; standards (90 centralized carlots) 24%c. Eggs 13,191, firm; extra, firsts carl 17c, local We; fresh graded firsts cars 16%c, local 16%c; current receipts 153ic. PRICES OFF DIME ON BIGGER RUNS Lack of Brisk Demand From East Cramps Trading at Chicago. CHICAGO, March 13. UP)--Trade in hogs was depressed today by the announcement that the farm administration has terminated its hog buying policy, at least until its processed supply for relief purposes is exhausted. Today's hog receipts were 20,000. initial transactions were off a dime in the local trading on generally increased hog runs. Lack of a brisk eastern demand during the forenoon cramped the trade and it was rather listless on even the desirable 200® 250 pound weights. These offerings cleared slowly at $4.45 @ 4.50; heavy butchers were hard to move and lights met with narrow inquiry- Offerings of 8,000 cattle were ample so far as numbers were concerned, but the quality of beef steers again fell off, common to medium grades making up an increasing proportion of the run. Opening trade was dull and first bids were lower than yesterday. A doubling up of live mutton runs today followed the sharp advance in lamb prices late yesterday, which forced the top up to $9.75. Buyers demanded that the advance be removed. Hog Markets MIDWEST MOOS Hog prices at midwest markets Tuesday: WATERLOO-- Prime hos» 180 to 260 Ibs. J3.60QI3.90; 260 to 300 IDs. $3.50®3.80; 300 to 325 IDS. J3.355f3.65: 325 to 350 Ibs. S3.25®3.55; good packers »3.15®3.35. OTTU.MWA--All grades 10 cents lower; 140 to 160 Ibs. $2.45; 1IJO to 180 IbS. 53.45; 180 to 220 IbB. ft: 220 to 240 Ibs. J4; 240 to 260 Ibs. 54; 260 to 280 Ibs. $3.90; 280 to 310 Ibs. J3.80; 310 to 350 Ibs. $3.05; over 3SO Ibs. J3.25®3.55; packers under 330 Iba. S3.054P3.35: packers 350 to 450 Iba. 52.85® 3.25: packers over 500 Ibs. $2.75@3.05; thin packers 52.30 and down. CEDAR BAPIDS--Prime hogs 180 to 2ou Ibs. S3.70; 200 to 260 Ibs. $3.80: 260 to 280 Ibs. $3.70: 280 to 300 Ibs. J3.60: 300 to 320 Ibs. $3.50; 320 to 340 IbH. J3.40; good packers to 350 Ibs. $3.10: tc 400 Ibs. $3; to 450 Ibs. ?2.90; to 500 Ibs. $2.80. Corn-Unchanged. DES MOINES--5c lower; 120 to 150 Ibs. S2.25ST3; 160 to 300 Ibs. $3®3.75; 300 to 400 Ibs. S3.05®3.25; good packers, blank. RAILS IN DEMAND IN QUIET MARKET Industrial Shares Hesitate to Follow; Gains in Some Specialties. NEW YORK. March 13. JP--A quiet demand for rails featured restricted trading in stocks today. Industrials, however, hesitated to follow. Some specialties were higher. Advances of a point or so were shown by Santa Fe, American Loco- Barnsdaii Stock List MEW I'OBK STOCKS. - NEW YORK. March 13. Final Quotations. Alr-Reduct 98 Johns Many Alleghany 3» Kennecott Al Che Dye ISOVi Kresge Am Can 10014 Am For Pow 10% Am Pow i Lt 9% Am Steel Fdrs 2214 Am Sugar 53 A T * T 12311 Am Tob 8 '051 .Am Water Win 21 'Anaconda 58 20 Vi 20% 8514 33 Vi 41 17 ?i 814 7* 12?. 12V4 5V 3254 Auburn Aviation ' t O COMBINED BOG JUECEIMS. DBS MOINES. March 13. liT)--TJ. S. department of agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and T packing plants located In Interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 10.300 compared with 12,600 a week ago and 20,800 a year ago. Steady to mostly lOc lower than Monday, trading slow at the decline, Indications loading fairly light for Tuesday. quotations follow: Light lights 140 to 160 Its., good and choice, J3®3.75: light weights 160 to 180'lns. 53.45SH; ISO to 200 Ibs. S3.90@!.l.'i: medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs S3.90g4.15: 220 to 250 IDS. 53.85®4.15; heavy weights 250 to 290 Ibs. S3.754M.15; 290 to 350 Ibs. S3.SOS84: packing sows 275 to 350 Ibs., good, J3.20S3.60; 350 to 425 Ibs. J3.10S3.50; 425 to 550 Ibs. $3813.35. Geography · First hand information-- from the folks who Uve in that section--has added something more by way of information abont Floyd county geography. Some davs ago, a reference was made to M. Thompson Webster's story of minting wolves in north Iowa, printed l£ the '"America Rifleman." and the locale of Ws hunting expedition was referred to as the Rowley woods, Floyd com.*. f f f George McElroy, living near , provd so vital to the club's success last year. YouthfulA'sHave Plenty of "Stuff" FORT MYERS, Fla., March 13.-The impression that a flock of earnest young athletes named "Joe are trying to plug the big gaps in the vaVsity lineup of the Athletics this year is rapidly being, dissipated. Clustered around the tall, spare and gray haired figure of baseball s patriarch, Connie Mack, are a rangy, hard hitting group of players headed by the great Jimmie Foxx and a youthful pitching staff that includes some real possibilities despite a notable lack of big league experience. MasonCityCrain MASON CITY, March 13.-- Bar l ey 30-45C No. 2 yellow old shelled corn...36c No. 3 yellow new shelled corn. No. 3 yellow ear corn White oats, No. 3, 30 IDS., or better 35c TUESDAY CHAIN- CXOSE. CHICAGO, March 13. t3V- enough ection now Maybe Iowa farm land ·will be some old · 1 _~ 0 fl Sto;a ij M L'--«"«-fca more about it ·* ^ itwtTwhen-tli-ewolf packs made thef'timber their home. . Big Adventure. For Mack, it's another great adventure in reconstruction. The burly f inure' of the homerun tang; Foxx, in camp today for the first tame after ending his holdout siege, is Laura La Plante of Films Asks Divorce in Courts of Latvia a e r the only other real reminder of the last o£ the tall tutor's championship kirns Conspicuously absent for tte the first time in a decade broad-shouldered aggressive Mickey Cochrane, now the pilot of the Detroit Tigers, and the pitching "big three," Walberg, Earnshaw and WHEAT-May July Sept. CORN-May July Sept. OATS-May July Sept RYE-Hay July sept BARLET-May July LAKD-- May July Sept BELLIES-May July PRODUCE FUTUBES. CHICAGO, March 13. WfV-Eg£ closed: Storage packed firsts March 18He. refrigerator standards October 20fec. Butter futures: Storage standards March 22c; storage standards November 240. Potato futures: Idaho russets March ll.BO; Idaho russets April $2. HEW YORK POCI/TKY. NEW YORK, March, 13. UH --J"j"~ poultry quiet and steady; prices unchanged. Live poultry weak. Broilers, e-tpress 12®. 25c; all freight and other express unquoted. NEW YORK PRODUCE. NEW YORK; March 13. (.IV-Butter, 18,- TMi weak, creamery, higher than extra .SJ Prices unchanged .89 .88 ·« .90 .34% .60% .62S .64% .47 .49 - TM , MM, by Tb« AMOctatei Fie«.) LONDON, March 13. C3V- Laura La Plante, motion picture actress, said today she is suing her husband, William Setter, film director, for a divorce and that she has filed the suit in Riga, Latvia. · At the film studio here where she is being starred in an English picture. Miss La Plante said: "The proceedings have been taken on the grounds of incompatibility. There is no other reason and we still are very good friends." She said her husband was sending a waiver from Hollywood and on Its receipt she would sign it, after which she supposes the divorce will be granted under the law of Latvia. Governor Finishes Signing Measures Passed in Session .3411 .34% .34 S .60% .61% .63% 6.65 6.70 6.90 8.3! .88% .89% .61 'a. .53'A -55H .34 S .34% .35 .6011 ' .61S .63% 6.65 e.to 6.90 8.10 S.3S Mason City Livestock «21c- standards and commercial standars is1r®19c; firsts ir«®%c; seconds Mtt® "?· mediums.. 39 Ibs.. and dirties No. 1, 42 Ibs., 16@17c; average checksibc. HIDES, WOOL MASON CITY, March 13.-BOOS Mostly 10 cents lower. Best sorted lights 200-240 S3.90 Best medium weight butchers 240-260 $3.90 Best heavy butchers 260-300 13.70 B'est prime heavy butchers .. 300-350 J3.60 Best packing sows, smooth .. 300-350 53.20 Best heavy sows, smooth ... 350-400 S3.10 Best big heavy sows, smooth 450-500 J3.00 Light lights, fair to good. (140, 160, 180) S2.80, 53.30, $3.50 CATTLE Choice young steers .. 800-1.000 J4.73-5.50 yearSng sheers .... 800-1,000 $3.75-4.73 Choica 'corn fed steers 1,000-1,200 $4.50-5.26 M fed' I ste t er« 50 .°. d ..!°TM. 1.000-1,300 J3.75-4.M TUESDAY OBAIN OPEN CHICAGO, March 13. CSV- Tr. A£° will _ come is un- Grove and Cochrane are the men e will miss most," says Mac! : "The thers were no longer any real help o us. I've got some real promising oung pitchers but it's in«»M« 0 predict, how they through. Our catching, too, Irtam now with Mickey gone but therwise I think we have a strong ' "We'll Get Real Hitting. "We will get some real hitting d we have some fine young players in both the infield and outfield. 1 think we will be in the race this year because there's a better bal- Lce of power among the clubs in tte American league than we have had for several seasons. WHEAT-May July sept. :.... CORN-May July Sept Open Today . .88% . .88% . .89 Tl . -51% .. .53% .. .55H .. .34% .. .351i Close Yesterday Bank Holiday Sept RYE-May July Sept. BARLEY-May July LARD-- Sept. ... BELLIES May ... July ... 6.70 6.92 . 8.10 . 8.37 .SSti .88% .51% .5314 .55Vi .3114 .3514 .3511 .60% .62% .64% 6.65 6.72 6.92 8.15 8.40 Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., inc., 808 Filth Street Soutbwert. HIDES Horsehides *j-jf° Cured eef hides °% c Green beef hides 4C WOOL I No. 1 clean bright ····;?* c {J Semibright TM e "· Rejects ··· 19c Ib - WOOL MARKET. BOSTON. March 13. (-TS--U. S. fiepart- "mV'wnof'rnarket was very quiet Little of sales. o ......... , . . . ice to prime cows ............ * i. TM e l e r , . . . . V . . . 600-800 ood heifer! .......... 600-800 $3.50-4.00 Choice to prime heifers 600-EOO M-OM.50 Butchers cows, fair to good ....S2.00-.J.50 Good to choice cows ......... ,..52.jO-2.,a Choi inferior canners Fair to good canners Good cutter cows Common to fair buUs Fair to good heavy bulls Good to choice hulls Good to choice calves, Medium to good calves. weights S3.25@3.BO; plainer offerings $2.25 @3.25; sows $3.40 to mostly $3.50; feeder pigs up to $2.75. SHEEP 3,500; nothing done early on fed lambs, indications steady to weak; asking around $9.50 or above for best offerings: other classes scarce; late Monday one load strictly choice 92 Ib. lambs $9.40; small lots feeding lambs steady at $8.60@8.°0. OMAHA. LIVESTOCK. OMASA, March 13. HI--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 13,000; slow. 5-150 lower than Monday, mostly lOc o f f ; underweights and pigs off more; good to choice 190 to 300 Ibs. $3.90@4.05: many of medium grade 53.75® 3 85- top S4.10: paid sparingly; few 140 to 190 Iba. S3S?3.90; pigs S1.75®2.50; few killers up to $3; light mangy pigs down tn SI! packing sows mostly J3.405S3.50; stags J2.755P3.25; average, cost Monday $3.91; weight 250. CATTLE 9.000; calves 500: fed steers and yearlings opening fully steady; she stock steady to strong; Bulls and vealers steady; stockers and feeders scarce; steady; fed steers and yearlings SSS'6.50: choice 1435 Ib weights $6.65; medium weights 1200 Ibs. and weighty steers about 1400 Ibs. $6.85: heifers 54.5005.25: few lots S5.355S5.60: beef cows $2.75{B3.50; odd head $3.755*4: cutter grades $1.50S?2.40; odd head strong weight cutters $2.5034; medium bulls $2.60 1J2 75- practical top vealers $5.50. SHEEF 11,000. Including 1.500 direct and 500 through; entire supply slaughter lambs; lambs opening strong to 10-15c higher than Monday's close; early sales fed wooled lambs to packers $9.10(98.25; top to shippers $9.50; no choice ewes or feeding lambs Included. KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY, March 13. LT!--U. S. de- motive, Douglas Aircraft and Southern Pacific. American Telephone and TJ. S. Steel were about steady but Case and American Smelting lagged. Transfers approximated 1,200,000 shares. , The steady but rather stagnant stock market offered little encouragement to speculative enthusiasts. As in the previous session, both buyers and sellers of equities were extremely timid, in the early hours and prices generally held to a fractional range. A few stocks, including the Utilities, pushed up moderately, but the turnover was small. Although yesterday's advances were fairly well held, there was no disposition shown to follow through on the rally. Grains and silver were a trifle easier at times, hut cotton was steady and rubber again firm. Bonds maintained their upward slant, a number of loans recording new 1933-34 highs. International dollar rates were without notable change. Beth Stl Bordens Borg Warn Case Ches * O C t N W Chic Gt W pf C M S P P C M S P * P pf 1114 C Jl I 4 P Chrysler Col O ft E Comwlth Sou Curb Market ........ ' ........... $2.25-2.75 130-190 130-190 . $4.50-5-00 $3.50-4.50 NEW TOP.K. March 13. (/R--Narrow changes were the rule In today's curb market. Trading v/as dull. Some of the utilities maintained their.re- cent upward trend, but progress was rather siow. Electric Bond and Share gained a major fraction and American Gas and Niagara Hudson both showed moderate improve- Most of the Industrials made small fluctuations. Pittsburgh Plate Glass, Shcrwln Williams. Parker Eust Proof, American Cy- anamld "B." Bunker Hill and Sullivan and Swift and company were narrow movers. Newmont Mining and Hiram Walker dls- plaved early heaviness, each losing about a point. Standard of Indiana also eased but other oils did little. Contl Ins Contl Mot Corn Prod Curtiss Wright Deere pfd Drug Inc Du Pont Eastman El Pow Lt Fox Flim A Freeport Tex Gonl Am Trans 41H Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Gobel Gold Dust Goodrich Goodyear Grab Paige Gt Nor pfd Gt West Sug GriK Grun Hudson 111 Cent Int Harvester Int Nick Can I T i T Lie t My B Loews Loose Wiles Lorillard Maytag McKcus ft Rob Mid Cent Pet M K t T 1514 Mo Pac 67% Mont Ward 32 Morrell 55% Nash «*» Sli Nail Else « 31'.I Natl Cash Re A 201* 8% Nat Dairy 16% 19'i Nat Distill yt'i. 44 Nat Pow t Lt 121i 24 !$ N Y Cent 381i 26' N Y N H * H 20 16 * No Amer MTI 24S No Pac 32!« 171?. Oliver Farm 51-: 7411 Oliver pfd 32% 44T' B Packard 5? s 13% Penlck * Ford 60 11 Penney 66 K 7 Perm 35 : .i Phillips Pet 17?» 5 Proc Gam 37 53% Pullman SG 1 ^ 1G14 R C A S 2ji R K O 3i» 40 Is Rem Rand 13113' Rep Stl 22T« 79 Rey Tob B 41 '.i 32 Roy Dutch 21i Sears Koc *S»i 73 Shell U 11 t% Skclly 101 1414 Socony vac 1" ? ... So Pac 2S?i 981i St Brands 21ti 89»4 St G 4 E 13% 7% St Oil Cal 38V» 18 St Oil N J 45?s 43 Stew Warner Stone * Web 10?i 22% Studebaker 7^i 3451 Tex Corp 27 % 38 Tex Gulf Sul 37-w .11** Tim Rol B 36 8% Un Carb 44 20 Un Pac 128 =i 1IT-5 Unit Air 24=; 39 United Corp ?H 4 U S Ind Alco C3=i 29s U S Rubber 20^ 28% U S Steel 54% ... Wabash 4 20 li Warner Pic 7 34 West El t Mfg 39 43 Woolworth 51^ 27 Wriglcy 59^, 15U Yel Tr Bit partment of agriculture-- Bond Market Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Building Telephone No. 7 NEW YORK CURB QUOTATIONS Araer Gas El 26 Am Sup Pow 3 a i Ark Nat Gas A l»i Assoc O El A IS Can Marconi '41s Can Ind Ale 161j Distill Corp Sea 201i El Bd Sh 181» Ford M of Can 24 Ford M of Eng 7% Hiram Walker 47 direct; fairly active. | NEW YORK, March 13. UP)--A moderate Market Notes By T1CREB TAPE With congressional leaders supporting t,lans for governmental acquisition of 1,- or se . The Senators are very good but teams like the Tigers and Red Sox are so much stronger that it will not be e?sy for any club to stay on top I would not^be surprised to see Cochrane's Tigers win the pennant. DES MOETBS, "March" 13. Gov. Clyde L. Herring today ha placed his signature on more than I score of measures to complete his disposal of all the bills passed by ^r^Kt^ObillB which the chief executive approved included the measure to eliminate the maximum or minimum salaries . which Sad been placed in the emergency ^A^ddegation from the town of Roland visited the governor today nto- JOHN F.CLARK AND CO. MARKET INFORMATION S25 L O. F. Bldg. Phone 8*5 ratbeT ten- ·ere In' legislation. Think to urge that he veto an act tento- ing a town election on a $13,000 public works bond issue. V Lars J. Skromme headed a delegation urging veto of the bill while another delegation composed of the mayor and city councilmen asked the governor to approve it Ganzoneri, Arizmendi Meet in 10 Round Mix LOS ANGELES, March 13. UB-- Two sturdy little boxers who have yet to know how it feels to be knocked out-- Tony Canzoneri and Baby Aiizmendi-- -were to meet in a 10 round bout each with the idea of flooring the other. Canzoneri, former world's ligot- weight king, was the favorite at uncertain odds of from 2 to 1 to 10 to 8. developments wn ai*»" "-o--- . % H^GTO^ailurrorldnlfnlstra MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS, Match 13. (.D-- Wheat MB. 16 a year ago; «e lower Cash: -o. 1 northern 87U®90V4c; No. I * ark rthern 15 per cent protein 8814081 Vic; 14 r cent protein 881i@91Vlc; 13 per cent roteta 88-4®91«c; 12 per cent .protein iS"-l®9114:; No. 1 dark hart Montana M er cent protein 88U«»0«c; to arrive 88 Vi ©90 V4? No. 1 amber durum $1.08% ® 14'?; No. 2 amber durum 51.0714 ®1.13« . No 1 red durum S4Vl©861ic; May 85,'Ac; uiy 86c: September S'Ht Corn- No. 3 yellow 43V4«H4iic. Oats: No. 3 white 31%@321tc. OMAHA GRAIN. OMAHA, March 13. (.TV-Wheat: Dark haidNrT:!. 82«c; hard Ko. 2, 82C; No. 3, lHc; sample bard 67c. Com: No trading reported. Oats: No trading reported. KANSAS CITY GRAIN. KANSAS CITY, March 13 M cars; oichanged to «c lower. dirk hard S3Vi@S4!ic; No. 3, SS14C; No 2 S1»48JC red 82!i@S6c nominal; " " 3, Fs fikely to be settled Wc«Q«av. Clostnc Batcr and ERR Wtwr* All gSles were lower, declines being Vi to o m " 21 cars; unchanged to lie lower No 2 white 47c; billing «%c; No 3.4S® S-JLC nominal; No. 2 yellow «14®46,,c ·vn ·! 45«'»46'ic nominal; I«o. 2 m»e ^l'46cnomlnal; No. 3 billing 46^ Oats: No receipts; unchanged to fee low er. No. 2 white 33®33V4c nominal; No. 3 . . 32 ® 32 51 c nominal. Iowa Catholic Winner Enters National Meet CHICAGO, March 13. CrP--Cretin hieh of St Paul, Minn., and De Witt, Iowa, entered the national Catholic high school basketball tournament today, bringing the list of entries so far to 14 from 10 states. The tournament will be played at Loyola university Marcii 21-25. receipts resulted in a n ad- more buying in October eggs. rototocs lower. · in Ciuiuuei vfto--- infc ·Market easier, closing 5 points To Be Given Wednesday. CHAPIN, March 13-- A Setb Parker program will be given here in the Methodist church Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock under the auspices of the Methodist Ladies aid society. John Howard, who will be assisted by a full company of local stage artists and singers In his pro- Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET. CHICAGO, March 13- (av-u. S. depat ment of agriculture-Potatoes 81, on track 371. total U. , few sales 51.70: Nebraska triumphs 51.. Idaho russets $18.0572, mostly S1.S5: U. No. 2, $1.6591.6714; Minnesota Red rh Chios $1.60: new stock, slightly weake supplies moderate, demand and tradl. slow- Florida bushel crates Bliss triump $1.65®1.70. SBKSEAPOIJS FLOCK. MINNEAPOLIS. March 13. LJJ-JJff s stage duction. Parker." "A Night With Setli We might sum up the events from 1928 to the present, as the "dollars to doughnuts" era.--Syracuse Post-Standard. hereas its attitude on the bonus bill finitely critical. TO Tt was felt that congressmen see in tneae wo hills an opportunity to really expand th| rrency The bonus bill would permit some 000000.000 to be distributed to a portion : ' the American public immediately wM£ iver purchases would he paid for with ewly Issued silver certificates. Tf, billion ounces of silver were to be HEV ARE me ? nts 57 S'T Pure bran. $19@19.50. Standard middlings. $17.50@18. NEW YORK SUGAR. NEW rorac March 13 unchanged today at 3.2tc for spou dutj mr Futures 1 to 2 points net higher. MS SaVd at -(.50c for fine granulat- TOLEDO, changed. TOT.EDO SEEDS. March 13. (;K which an ambitious silver pur basing program would have upon othe owtal l« causing pause to be taken even by upporters of such a program. The bulk o he silver produced IS a by-product ot cop- er, dno and lead ores and to^sccur^ the tei' rfri'Sary' mctSs^would 'be InSrged The'snver purchase proposals were tMtors r strength In commodity prices a B o . b u t » response of these was not particularly .Aressfvf Grains rose fraction, to a*TM' 1 cent while other markets, although firm, wen held In check by internal considerations. ^ State Aeronautics Board Expected to Confer Next Week DES MOINES, March 13. ID- Members of Iowa's new aeronautics commission, probably will meet in Des Moines next week to perfec their organization. Appointments of the three mem bers of the commission, Ralph W Cram of Davenport, Charles Gat schet Of Des Moines and W. Swaney of Fort Dodge were_ con firmed by the state senate in » executive session yesterday. The three commissioners T meet with Adj. 'Gen. Charles Grab under whose office the commissio was established. Income tax returns indicate th country will have to hurry if it i going to take it from those wh havl and give it to those who ha,v not.--Wichita Eagle. Inferior and common calves ... .$3.00 down rtinl» lambs 70-90. $7.75-8.25 Median W good lambs ... 70-90 S6.75-7.7o Buck lambs Jl under grade. Quotations sdbject to market fluctuation,. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, March 13. Wl--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 20,000, including 5,000 direct; market slow 5 to 10 cents lower than Monday; 180 to 300 Ibs. 54.35®4.50; top S4.55; 140 to 170 Ibs.. 53.50 to 54.25; pigs, $2.50 to 53 25- packing sows largely J3.65 to S3.85. light light, good and choice. 140-160 Ibs., $3.40 to S4.25; light weiBht, 160-200 bs., 54 to ?4.50; medium weight, 200-250 bs., 5435 to 54.55; heavy weight, 250-350 Ibs., 5415 to 54.25; packing sows, medium and good, 175-550 Ibs., 53.50 to S4; pigs, good and choice. 100-130 Ibs., 52-50 to S3.40. CATTLE 8,000; calves 2,500; strictiy fed and choice fed bred steers and choice bullocks weighty strong to a shade higher; oth- rs generally steady; moderately active trade specially on belter grades; weighty bul- ocks selling at 55.50 up and yearlings ?8.50 nd better; other killing classes generally teady, best light heifers S6..60: top 5-60 on cartings- 1310 Ib. averages S7.50; slaugh- er cattle and vealers: Steers, good and .hoice, 550 to 900 Ibs.. S6.25@7.75; 900 to 1100 Ibs S6.25S.7.75: 1100 to 1300 Ibs. 56® " 75; 1300 to 1500 Ibs. S5®7.65; common and medium 550 to 1300 Ibs. S4ig6: heifers good and choice, 550 to 750 Ibs., 55.25 @6.75; cows, good, 53.50@4.50; common and medium S3®3.75; low cutter and cutter 51.5082.75; bulls (yearlings excluded) cood (beef) S3.25@3.75; cutter, common and medium S2.50®3.35; vealers, good and choice 55«i)6.50; medium 54.50S5; cull and common 53.50@4.50; stockcr and feeder cattle: Steers, good and choice, 500 to 1050 Ibs. S4.50®5.75; common and medium 53.25© SHEEP--10,000; fat lambs continued In active demand, undertone strong to unevenly higher again. Generally asking 2o cents and more advance. Many good choice offerings held well above S10. Sheep held firm: lambs, 90 Ibs. down, good and_choice, 59 to 510; common and medium, 5«.-5 to S9.25- 90-98 Ibs., good and choice, 58.25 to 59.90; 90-150' Ib!., good and choice. 54 to S5.75j all weights, common and medium, 53 to S4.50. HOGS 3.500: 250 uneven: opened steady to lOc lower than Monday's average; closing steady; top $4.15 on 170 to 230 Ibs.-, good and choice, 140 to 160 Ibs.. 53.2504; 160 to 180 Ibs. 53.755? "l5; ISO to 200 Ibs. $404.15; 200 to 220 Ibs $4.058)4.15; 220 to 250 Ibs. 54.05«J4.15; 250 to 290 Ibs. S4S4.10I 290 to 350 Ibs. $3.9013.4.10; packing sows 275 to 550 Ibs. S3.15rtJ3.fi5. , , C4TTLE 5.500; calves 800; largely a fed stee'r run; strong weight steers tending low. er- other classes fully steady; best year'ings early 56.50; 1240 Ib. steers 56.10; steers. good and choice. 550 to 900 IDs. M-50®7; ISo to 1100 Ibs. $5.50(57; 1100 to WOO Ibs S5@6.75; 1300 to 1500 Ibs. S4.755T6.50; common and medium. 550 Ibs. up . S3.60B 5 50; heifers, good and choice; 550 to 900 Ibs., $4.65W6; common and medium 550 to 900 IDS. S3S4.75; cows, good, S3.25@3.i5, common and medium S2.35@3.25: low cut. terlmd cutter $1.25@2.35: vealers. (milk fed) medium to choice S3.50S6.50; cull and common $2.50®3.50: stacker and feeder steers, good and choice (all welKhts) S4 25« 5.75: common and medium (all weights) S2 SHEEP°' 13.000: 2.500 through: sheep strong to lOc higher; no lambs sold early; SI stronger; best fed lambs held above S9.50; lambs. Rood and choice (i). BO Ibs down SS.50ffi9.35; common and med urn su ly active demand for corporate Issues continued to feature the bond market during the early trading today. New high levels for 1934 were established in a lair number o£ classifications. Hud B M S 1214 Humble OH 4214 Nlug t Hud 7 VI Nides-Eem-Pond 13-li. Pennroad Corp 3% S 0 Ind 2711 S O Ky 18 U United Gas S'.i Un L P A a-j, Util P L Iv* CHICAGO STOCKS Bendix Avl Cp 19 Vi EorE-Warn Cp 25% Butler Bros Cord Company Marshall Field Swift Co based on ewes and weth- LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. March 13. ^-Official estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle, 9,000, hogs 20,000; *heep, 7,000. Representative . ile high grade issues had good support in some cases rose as much as a point or so, secondary ratings also were favored because of current estimates ot earn ngs trends In railroad, utility and various other ln G U a S In"s M of around a point were picked up by American and Foreign Power 5s Chesapeake and Ohio 4%s, International Tee- phone 5s and southern Railway 4s. Bethlehem Steel 5s. which rose several points yesterday, gained another half a point, reaching a new high for the year. Others recording modest Improvement included some loans o( Alleghany »n»raUon ; Armour and company. Milwaukee, Consoli dated Gas, Goodyear, Kansas Gas and Elec- trlr Nickel Plate North American company. Phillips Petroleum, Postal Telegraph and National Dairy. No section of the market, not even the U S government list, gave visible reflec- Uon of any nervousness over the lower house aw«v« of "« soldier bonus bill Treasury and Liberty Issues were (inn during the early tiding with changes slight as compared with yesterday's close. ..,,.,,,, The foreign department had no definite trend. Some German Issues yielded a little more ground under comparatively light ^ eH- ing Colombia 6s rose 2 points in a thick market. Japanese Issues were eas. I' s BOND OTJOTATIOSS. KEW «lk l°h 13- (-^-United States Government bonds closed: Liberty 314s 102.23. Liberty First 4«s ,103. Llbertv Fourth 4'/is lOd.s. Treasury «» «;» J 0 , 9 31 ' Treasury- 4s 44-54 106.4 Treasury 3%s 40-43 June 102.1. Treasury 3M» 46-49 100.9. Treasury 3s 51-55 9S.2,. Alaska Juneau 20% Am Car Fdy 29% Am Roll's Mills 25 · Am Metal 24% Am Ra S Co 1474 Am S Ee Co 45 ii Am Tob 70 a ,i Atlantic Re Co 32 Ar Co B (111) 6 1614 1414 Barnsdall Oil A 8S Etlggs Mfg Co 16 Best Co 33VS Byers A M Co 28 NEW YORK STOCKS Lambert Co 5851 Asso Dry Gds Baldwin Lo Calif Packing 25% 3114 27 S 19 32% 45% Com Credit Coml Solvents Cont Oil Cream of Wht Cudahy Pack'p Curtiss Wr pfd 10 li First Natl Strs 55% Gr North'n Ore 13^4 Hershey Ch Co 52 li Houst Oil (new) 4=i Indian Ret 31i Kelvlnator Corp 20^i Kroger Groc 31 Liquid Garb Cp 27 Mack Truck 34«» Mathleson Alk 3514 Mex Seab'd Oil 36 McKess t Robb 7% Otis Steel 714 J C Penney Co 66 li Pillsbury Flour 21« Pure oil Co 13 Purity Bak Cp 1614 Pub. Ser of N J 39»4 Reo Motors 5 St Joseph Lead 23=i Simmons Co 2(lla So Calif Edison 19 Tide \Va Oil Co 11% U S Ind Ale 53% Utll P L A 41- Vanadium 28 vs Union Oil Calif 17»i Un Gas Imp 1714 Western Myld 16 Warren Bro Co 11 ^s Western Union 58 Worth'n Pump 27Vi Wrigley Jr Co 59 ?i North Amer Av 61i CHIC4.GO. March 13. (-W-U. S. depart- aent of agriculture-Representative sales. SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. March 13. liR--U. S. partment of agriculture-CATTLE 2,000; better grade steers and arllngs fairly active; strong to 25c higher r two days: plainer grades little changed; tie stock about steady; bulls 10-15C hign- for week; stockers and feeders un- hanged; medium to Bood medium weight d steers S5S55.60; load good to choice 6.25- few desirable yearlings S5.25Sf5.7u: oromon-lots down to 54 and less; medium a good heavy heifers S3.50SJ5; attractive ght weights scarce: beef cows S2.50S3.50; utter grades 51.50S2.25: medium to good ulls S2.fiO«i3; common stockers around S3: calves 2,600; fully steady; good to choice 4 50(9-5.50- strlct'y choice SB. HOGS 5,000; fairly active, mostly IOC ower than Monday's average; better 170 to 70 Ibs. mostly 543.4.05; top S4.05 to al ntercsts; heavier weights and medium grades down to 53.75 or under; bidding mostly $3®3.75 on light lights; bulk pack sows 53-30^3-60; average cost Monda , . , early sales slaughte strong: sellers holdin ng 53.98: weight 216. SHEEP SOO: n lambs; undertone Ight supply better grades sharp'y nigne or well above S9.25; Monday's late marke ruled 25-35C higher; bulk fed lambs t packers going at S9.10: few strictly cholc loads to shipper at S9.30. 22 i1 221 217 202 a 1499 4.40 34 4.55 59 4.50 i.45 CATTLE. 7.60 29 7.50 15 7.10 17 7.00 12 Lamson Brothers Market Letter MARKET KEVIEW 200 Fed w«-n Lambs- 93 9.75 90 9.75 If, 9.75 Native Lamb,- 86 fi.75 31 80 9.60 970 845 clipped- ^ 200 86 rearlings-- 190 85 Ewes- ^ 131 1=0 31 138 3.25 2.50 2.00 8.25 5.25 SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY, March 13. OT!--V. S. department of acricnlture-- CATTLE 4,200; little early action for slaughter steers and yearlings; indications on strictly good and choice kinds little changed; talking weak to 2Jc lower for·oth- ers- fat she stock moderately active, most- Iv firm; stockers and feeders scarce, abou. s'teady; choice ions yearlincs heM at S7: large share grain feds salable around ?4.i5 mMt 5 DCe 1 f a cows°$2.50S3.35: low cuttcrj and' Sitters largely J1.35SS.25?! few medium to Rood stcckers $4^4.50. HOGS 10.000: slow, early sales 10-1-,? JSVESTMEST TRUSTS. (By the Associated FrcM) Bid and asked on March 13: Corporate Tr Sh ........... 2 -°; Corporate Tr Eh AA Mod . . 2.3S Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser .. 2.03 Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod .. 2.35 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 t Pow B U S El L Pow Vic Edgecombe of Ames Chosen Community Gardening Director DES MOINES, March 13. UP)--S. W. Edgecombe of Ames was appointed Iowa director of community gardening today. He has assumed duties in offices in the federal building here. '( Edgecombe, who was graduated from Iowa State college, will cooperate with Miss Lola Schmidt, state nutrition advisor, in a state wide program of gardens. Distribution of seeds and organization of .work with relief and civil works administration leaders in Iowa counties are included in Edgecombe's plans. Volunteer gardening workers will continue to co-operate with the state program. Son and uncertainty as to developments Cre a £? generally Carded « £? rnrse. Grains-corn and other grains l.JJ 3,j2 l.M 3. 8S 2.4G 1-3? ;·» i-" J." 309 ··· Dorcas Circle Meets. CLEAR LAKE, March 13.--Circle 3 of the Zion Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet with Mrs. Ernest Andersen Thursday afternoon at 2:30. This group has chosen for its name Dorcas circle and named Mrs. S. Hammersland president. All members are to bring pieces for a quilt block. Butter-All grades lower today, the losses ?,!jlh d ^.' 1 ,v little interest even at this level. Visit at Blooming Prairie. CARPENTER--Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Culbertson have been visiting their son, Russell, and Blooming Prairie, Minn. family, tor the present. LOANS WANTED Can use several small Farm Mortgages Also City Loans A.M.SCHANKE and Company Telephone 1300 Mason City, Iowa

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