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$·* tii TWENTY-TWO MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 15 · 1934 MICHIGAN TOPS SWIM RANKINGS Coaches Favor Wolverines, Pick Northwestern for Runnerup in Meet IOWA CITY, March 15.-- It will fc« Michigan again for the fourth ·traight year, with Northwestern, which has won the greatest number of championships, as the runnerup. At least that is the consensus of Western conference swimming coaches regarding the championship meet in the University of Iowa field house pool Saturday. The coaches, asked to predict the teams' order of finish, with one exception picked Michigan as the tltlist by a comfortable margin over Northwestern, the national collegiate winner of 1933. . Iowa Banked Third. Iowa, the host team, won third place in the consensus ranking, just a shade ahead of Illinois. Minnesota placed fifth, Ohio State sixth, Purdue and Chicago tied for seventh, and Indiana ninth and last. Wisconsin will have no team in the meet If the Wolverines run true to predictions and finish first, it will be the seventh championship for them in 12 years. No Michigan team competed in the swimming meet until 1923 but in 1927, 1928, and 1929 and 1931, 1932 and 1933 the championship was taken to Ann Arbor. Wildcats lead In Ttltles. Northwestern, which has competed in every meet since- the first one in 1911, leads with 9 victories and a share, having scored 56 first places and 665 points. Illinois has- 3 triumphs, Chicago 2 and a share, and Minnesota 2. The other five universities--Iowa, Ohio State, Indiana, Wisconsin and Purdue-- never have won a title. To win first place, it has been necessary to score an average of 39 points. The lowest victory total. was Northwestern's 29 in 1914 and the highest was Michigan's 57 in 1931. TWO GET HIGH RIFLE HONORS Earn Junior Expert Rating by Fire on Local "Y" Range in Week. ' Lyle Curtis and Otis King, graduates of the American Legion school of junior marksmanship, have each completed qualifications as junior expert rifleman during the v last week at the T. M. C. A. range. V The award is the second highest jV junior 'qualification which can ' nounced. The local firing will be open to the public. High scores in supervised junior fire for the week were .as follows: BOYS Charles lladigan 95x100 Edward Patton 95x100 James King Don Richardson 87x 100 Robert Peters 87x100 Total, high five .453x500 GIRLS Dorothy Curtis.. 92x100 Virginia Lee Rosamond Webster Enid Forbes (sitting) 89x100 88x100 .EjlULt Jt' LI* wvu \w~ o / ° Florence DeVoe 84x100 Total, high five 440x500 FLYERMJSSING ON MERCY TRIP Makes Attempt to Rescue 89 Persons Stranded on Bering Sea Ice. MOSCOW, March 15. UP)--Grave concern was expressed today for the flyer Liapidevsky, missing:- on a flight of mercy in an attempt to rescue 89 persons stranded oil cracking ice floea in the Bering sea. On a previous flight into the icy wastes 10 days ago, he saved 12 women and children, survivors of the Russian steamer Cheliuskin which was crushed by the ice. The government rescue commission dispatched dog teams to seel the flyer. It was believed he might have been forced down somewhere between Cape Van Karen and Cape Wellen. He left the latter point early yesterday and had planned to establish a new base for rescue operations. The men stranded on the ice are members of the Wrangel Island scientific expedition, Prof. Otto Schmidt. headed by LEGAL NOTICE HOGS GAIN I^TMQDERATELY^ ACTIVE TRADE WHEAT DROPS AS SILVER TUMBLES Weakness of Winnipeg Mart Contributes to Decline at Chicago. CHICAGO, March 15. Off)-Tumbling of silver prices today went hand in hand with decidedly lower quotations here on wheat. Weakness of the Winnipeg wheat market contributed to the downward trend in Chicago. Belief was reported as prevailing at Winnipeg that lowering of prices there night result in a better European demand for wheat from Canada. Some export business in corn from the United States was. done today. Wheat closed unstable, !%-!% under yesterday's finish, May 86%87, July 87-87%, corn %-% down, May 50%-%, July 52W-%, oats %% off, and provisions showing 2 cents to 7 cents decline. Produce 6c 7c .6c MASON CITy. March 15 -Cash Quotations by E. O. Hone Eggs (current receipts) .-.13c Heavy hens, 4% Ibs. and over . .lOc Light bens 6c Springs (heavy, breeds) lOc Springs (Leghorn breeds) 6c Stags Old cocks (heavy) ..... Ducks · · · · Turkeys,'°No."i '·'.'...'. 13c Mercluuita Quotnttoos Eggs, cash 13-14c* Eggs, in trade U-15c* Butter, Plymouth 33c Butter, Clear Lake 30c Butter, State Brand 32c Butter, Very Best 32c Butter, Dairy Maid 30c Home grown potatoes, peck ... .30c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obttJned by calling several downtown grocery stores. CHICAGO CASH CHAIN. CHICAGO, March 15. «1--Wheat, no sales: com No. 2 rawed 50c; No. 3 mixed 49V4C; No. 6 mixed 46V4c; No. 2 yellow 49H itFCOc; No. 2 yellow (old) 51c; No. 5 yellow 48Uc; No. 3 white 51Wc: lake billing, No. 2 white 48%c; No. 2 yellow 49®49Vic; No. 4 yellow 48c; No. 2 white 52c: oats, No. 2 white 34!i®35Uc; No. 4 white 33V48 %c: lake billing. No. 2 white 3374c; no rye; barley, 50®32c; Umothy seed $7.256)7.50 cwt.; clover seed Sll®14.50 cwt. Lard, tierces, $0.47; loose lard $6.40; bellies $8.12. MasonCityCrain MASON CITY, March 15.-Barley 30-45c No. 2 yellow old shelled corn. ..36c No. 3 yellow new shelled corn.. .35c No. 3 yellow ear corn : 32c White oats, No. 3. 30 Ibs., or better 26%c be team of 12 - -J-X1C -IUJJO J H I U W J . *.---- . «*y-«"- members will fire in a postal match with -a Longview, Wash., team, the local'boys to shoot this Saturday night at 7:30 o'clock, it was an- Had Hardly Seen a Well Day in Past Six Years .Would Walk All Night, Sleep Impossible, On Strict Die and Even Then So Distress ed With Stomach Trouble "Gly-Cas Gave Me New Lease on Life," Says Mrs Garrett. "I had seen the action of man medicines--hut never one that ca compare with this new Gly-Cas . Mrs. A. J. Garrett, 1216 21st Ave S. W., Cedar Rapids, highly r speeted local lady, an active worker in the United Brethren Church, said OKIGINAI. NOTICE In the District Court of the State of Iowa In and lor Cerro Gordo County, Aprt Term, A. D. 1934. Luella Murphy, PlalntlH J A Griffin, Hattle I. Griffin, Roy Griffin and Opal Verda Tomlinson, Defendants To J. A. Crflfln, Hattle I. GriMln, Koy Grittln and Opal Verda Tomlinson: Tou, and each of you, are hereby notillei that there is now on file In tie Office ot th Clerk of the District Court 'of Cerro Gordi County, Iowa, the Petition of the plaintiff Luella Murphy, claiming of you. Hattie 1 Grillin, the sum o£ Five Hundred Dollars (5500.00) together with interest thereon, the rate of 85i per annum, from, the rst day of September, 1932, and the costs this action, including attorneys fees, as rovided by law, upon your certain Fromls- ry Note dated September 1st, 1931, in e sum ot Six Hundred Fifty Dollars S650 00) made and executed by you and ne J A. Griffin to A. M. Schanke and cmpany, and by them assigned to this alntlff, on which note there has been paid )ne Hundred Fifty Dollars (S150.00) on the rlncipal thereof; also asking against you, he said Hattie I. Griffin, Roy Griffin, and pal Verda Tomlinson, the establishment nd foreclosure of a certain Mortgage ese- utcd by the said J. A. Griffin and Hattie Griffin to secure the said note, on the oHowing described property, situated in he County of Cerro Gordo and State or OV;S iat Seventy-four (74) In Midland Heights, Mason City. Iowa; and asking that this plaintiffs Mortgage be decreed prior and superior to all claims, lens or interests of the defendants herein, or of any of them: and, further, asking.for tie appointment ot a Receiver to take possession ot said premises and collect the rents, issues and income thereof, and apply tie same upon the said Mortgage debt: and for special Execution and general equitable relief- plaintiff having elected to declare the whole amount unpaid of the said Note due and payable because of your failure to pay interest and taxes; asking, as aforesaid, for personal judgment against you, H And'you rt a"e n 'rcJerred to the Petition tor AND NOW, UNLESS YOU APPEAR THERETO AND DEFEND, On or before noon of the second day of the April, 1931 Term of the District Court of Cerro Gordo Count-', Iowa, to be begun and held at the Court'House in Mason City, said County. WHEAT-May July Sept CORN-May July ...... Sept OATS-Hay July Sept P.YE-- May July Sept BARLEY-May July Sept LARD-May July Sept BELUES-- May July ..'.... THURSDAY GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO, March 15. High .88!i .34'i .35 .35 Close _ _ ·NEW IORK POTJLTKY. NEW 1'OEK. March 15. (.M-- Live poul ry weak. Broilers, express 105J25C; fowls express I3®17c; turkeys, express 28c; othe express and all freight grades unchanged. Dressed poultry quiet and steady, un banged. NEW YORK PRODUCE. NEW YORK, March 15. Ul-- Butter, IS. 34 firmer. Creamery, higher than extr 5@25%e; extra (92 score) 24%g*:: otne rades unchanged. EBBS 22,052. firm. Mixed colors, apecla acks or selections from fresh receipts 21^ S22V-C' standards and commercial stand rds is'*@21c; firsts IS^lS'lc: seconds 1 rM7ic: mediums 3D Ibs. 16%®17c: dlrtie No. 1, 42 Ibs., ITVic; average checks 16® . 8.05 . 8.2T .08 li .59=1 · 62=4 8.00 8.25 . .34% .34=4 .5S!i ,59% .62% .40 .47=4 .4-a 6.GS 6.67 6.87 S.05 '' 8.27 THURSDAY GRAIN OPEN CHICAGO, March 1 WHEAT-May July Sept CORN-May July Sept OATS -May July Sept - Open Today Close Yesterday .88'.4 .8894 .39 5i . Close Tr. Ago May July ........ Sept. ...:.... BARLET-May ....... July ....... LARD -May ....... July ....... Sept ........ BELLIES-May ....... July ....... .34 H .34% .33 .59% .60% Cour ouse n , . on the 9th day of April, A. D. 1934, default ·Kill be entered against you and Judgment and decree rendered thereon as prayed in the said Petition. MM .35 .35 .5914 ,60% .03',4 .46-i .15% C.67 6.70 6.92 S.10 S.35 .27% .29% .31 .181,1 .18',' .19 CHICAGO *v^~«-- CHICAGO, March 15. CPI--Poultry, live, trucks, steady, prices unchanged. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO, March 15. C-TI--Butter 8,304, eady, prices unchanged. Eggs 17.786. steady; extra firsts cars 'Sc, local 17%c; fresh graded firsts cars :%c, local 17c; current receipts ·"" 1 - PBOBUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO, March 15. (m--Egg futures osed; Storage packed firsts March 18:4c; orage packed firsts April 19V4c; rcfrigera- ir standards October S07'»c. Butter futures closed: Storage standards tfarch 22%c; storage standards November Potato futures prll 51.85. closed: Idaho russets HIDES, WOOL UP 5 T010 CENTS WITH PEAK $4,65 Market Tone at Principal Western Markets Steady to 10-15 Cents Up. CHICAGO, March 15. IrB--The hog market advanced 5 to 10 cents today in moderately active trading, ["he top moved up to ?4.65 with the bulk going from $4'25 to ?4.50. Supplies were as estimated, only slightly smaller than last Thursday and 7,000 head fewer than a year ago. However, supplies have been gradually increasing ic size at the principal markets all week, although no damage to the price fabric has resulted because of an increasing demand for dressed pork. Supplies at the principal western markets were heavier than either a week or a year ago with the mar- tet tone generally steady to 10 to 15 cents higher. With two more weeks of the ten- ten season ahead of the cattle trade, producers and feeders began to step up marketings. Demand was not heavy enough to absorb the offerings without weakness and the market ruled steady tin best offerings, but 25 cents lower on all others. The decline carried prices fully 50 cents below Tuesday's high time. Best yearlings were absent. Medium weight steers topped at $7.15. Sheep and-lambs were weak and slow. The market was 25 to 50 cents lower with best lambs held around $9.50 and most bids at $9 or a little better. Outside markets showed a substantial increase in supplies and this tended to price weakness. Hog Markets Mason City Livestock Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc. 308 Fifth Street Southwest BIDES Horsehides 5 1 - 75 Cured eef hides . ...5%c treen beef hides *c WOOL No. 1 clean bright 24c Ib. jemibright 23c !b Rejects .....19c Ib. WOOL MARKET. BOSTON, March 15. (/PI--U. S. department ol agricu'ture-- The volume of business transacted Dy ft few wool houses was fair, but there were a number of concerns that did not even get any substantial inquiries. Most of the business done was on 56s and finer territory wool with the largest volume on 64s and fln- r Dualities strictly combing 56s, 9» blood ferritory wool was fairly firm at £0-83 cents scoured basis. Sales of strictly combing 5Ss, 60s y. blood territory wool -were closed at S'-85 "cents scoured basis, and average French combing 64s and finer territory wool n original bags sold at 82-84 cents. MASON CITY, March 15.-- HOCS Mostly 10 cents higher. Best sorted lights 200-210 S4-00 Best medium weight butchers 240-260 Best heavy butchers 260-300 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 Light lights, fair to s°od, (140, 160, ISO) $2.80, $3.30, $3.50 CATTLE Choice young steers .. 800-1,000 J4.75-5.M Medluui to good yearlins steers 900-1.000 Choice corn fed steers 1.000-1,200 Medium to good corn fed steers 1,000-1,200 Low grade ateera .. Fair heifers 600-800 Good hclfera 600-800 Choice to prime heifers 600-800 Butchers cow*, -fair. to. good ....J2.00.iS Good to choice cows ... Choice to prime cows ... Inferior canners ...... Fair to good canners ... Good cutter cows Common to fair bulls ... Fair to good heavy bulls Good to choice bulls Good to choice calves, Market Notes By TICKER TAPE $4.01 S3.85 53.70 S3.30 S3.20 S3.10 $3.75-4 7: 54.50-5.2! 53.75-4.5 $2.50-3 6 $2.75-3.5 $3.50-4.0 $2.50-27 ..J2.75-3.0 ... 75-10 ,..$1.25-1.5 ,..$1.50-2.0 ...$1.75-2.2 ..$2.00-2.2 $2.25-2.7 '130-190 $4.50-50 I 5.25 6.35 Attorney for plaintiff. 'JOHN F.CLARK AND CO. MARKET INFORMATION 325 1. O. F. Bldg. Phone S45 MRS. A, J. GARRETT recently in talking with the Gly- Cas Man at Michael's Drug Store, 5 So. Federal Ave.: ·"For six years before I tried Gly- Cas I had hardly had a. well day," continued Mrs. Garrett. "It was constant suffering for me, walked all night, night after night, as sleep was impossible. Would perspire until the sweat would run off me. At times I felt as if I could not endure it I was on a strict diet -and even then was distressed almost beyond endurance with gas, bloating and misery over my body. But Gly-Cas was wonderful for me and today I can eat anything I want, sleep well and feel like my former self once more, even my blood pressure has been reduced. I know that no one except myself can ever know what I suffered. And it was so discouraging trying medicine after medicine without results and it was certainly a happv day when I begar. to get just the relief I had been wanting from this Gly-Cas. I feel like telling everyone to try this new remedy for I know from experience -- it does the work and does It well." Gly-Cas Is sold by Michael Drug Co., 5 South Federal Ave., Mason City, Iowa, ' General Motors corporation will cut hours from 40 to 36 a week and raise wages correspondingly In accordance with the recommendations recently announced by the National Auto chamber, ol Commerce, W. S, Knudsen, executive vice president of General Motors, announced at hearing on auto plant labor controversies before the national labor board. This, action will be taken despite the belief that under prevailing conditions wages cannot be raised without increasing prices and probably curtailing production and reducing employment, the auto executive added. - Lynch says: Lack of stimulating news In wheat and the announcement that Secretary Morgenthau was opposed to silver legislation at this time along with the decline stock market was responsible for a 1 cent break. Liquidation ot long May -wheat was again In evidence. Generally favorable weather condition prevails over the winter wheat belt. Recent snow and rain providing adequate surface moisture for the time being. Soil conditions as regards to moisture are not so good in the spring wheat and will need generous spring rail to remedy It. There has been considerable spreading between May and the off options here today. Late break was caused by weakness In stocks which brought heavy liquidation. Still think wheat will no better but would wait until liquidation runs its course before buying. BCTTEK AND EGG CLOSING LETTER Batter--The spot market was steady with quotations all grades unchanged. Withdrawals of storage butter In the four markets were much less than they have been, the total net withdrawals being only 32,000 Ibs. There were lighter offerings of March butter and this delivery advanced ^i cent closing at 22% cents. November butter was also firmer 'at unchanged price. Any favorable developments In the spot situation would likely result in advancing futures from present levels. ,, E gR8 --car lots of top grades were }i cent higher on tic spot market while other grades were unchanged. Trading in October eggs was more active and thb delivery was fine throughout the session closing at the top price for the delivery 20% cents. Higher prices seem likely on futures. Potatoes--Trading quiet. March closed with offerings at- 52.05 and $1.80 bid. Aprils sold at $1.85 acd closed with $1.80 Wd. OMAHA GRAIN. OMAHA, March 15. (jPi -- Wheat, hard No. 2, S2c; No. 4, SOc; No. 5, TTC; yellow hard No. 2, 82c;' spring smutty No. 3. 76c. Corn, white No. 2, 44%c; yellow No. 2, 42 Vc. Corn, white No. 2, 44',ic; yellow No. 2, 4214 c. Oats, no trading reported. JUNNEAPOIJS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS, March 15. (.«-- Wheat. 54 cars, S2 a year ago;'l%c lower. Cash: No. 1 northern 85%@SS=ic; No. 1 dark northern 15 per cent protein 86%@89»ic: 14 per cent protein 86%®89%c; 13 per cent protein 86 "-US 89 Sc; 12 per cent protein S6*ie S9»',c: No. 1 dark hard Montana 14 per cent protein 86%(SSS?Jc; to arrive 86=4® \*ic: No. 1 amber durum No red c: o . a m r . '2 amber durum 51.0T«01.WH: No. 1 durum 83it-85»4c; .May 83Sc; July c; September 845sc. Corn, No. 3 yellow 435T44C. Oats, No. 3 white 31@32c. KANSAS CITY GRAIN. KANSAS CITY, March 15. (.Pi--wheat 57 cars; %c to Hie lower; No. 2 dark hard SlUSW^-c nomlna'; No. 3. SSSc; No. 2 hard SM-Wc; No. 3. 81 ? ®84Hc: NO 2 red 81%@S5iic nominal: No. 3, 81%@85c D °corrf 55 cars: unchanged to «e lower; No. 2 white 46=i«546-ac nominal: No. 3, «51@«Vlc nominal; No. 2 yellow 455® 46c; No. 3, 455?45-ic nominal; M. 2 mixed 45'A© 1 ,5c nominal: No. 3, 44!4®4uc nom- '"o'ats. 1 car: unchanged to %c loTM-TM- 2 white 33»33?ic nominal; No. 3, 32«33c nominal. Miscellaneous S. depart- TOTATO MARKET CHICAGO, March 15. Ml--U, ment ot agriculture-Potatoes 124, on track 377, total U. S. shipments 810; old stock weak, supplies liberal, demand and trading very slow, sicked per cwt.: U. S. No 1. Wisconsin round whites few sales S1.60, 1 car SI.K. Idaho russets S1.S56P1.90, few ?1.95; Colorado McClures burlap sacks S1.95P2, cot- tou S2.10; Nebraska triumphs $1.55. 1 car 51.60; new stock dull, supplies moderate, demand and trading slow: Florida bushel crates bliss triumphs $1.60®1.65. MINNEAPOLIS FLOUR- MINNEAPOLIS, March 15. (.D--Flour unchanged. Shipments 25.285. Pure bran ?19® 19.50. Standard middlings $18S?1S.50. NEW VOBK SUGAR. NEW YORK, March 15. un--Raw sugar unchanged today at 3.15c for spots. Fu ures 2 points below the previous close. Retlnea unchanged at 4.50e for fine granulated. TOLEDO, changed. TOLEDO SEEDS. March 15. Ull- Seeds un Thc volume oi business In the ninth federal reserve district during February continued at about the level of January and was. much above the level a year ago, al though not as high as in the pre-depression ears. As in earlier month., rural conditions showed a greater improvement than urban conditions. The country check clearings index rose from 88 in January to 99 in February, and in the latter month. It was the highest since June 1930. On the other hand, the .bank debits index, which chiefly reflects the volume of business transactions in the larger cities, declined from 58 in January t-) 57 in February, after allowance for seasonal changes. The seasonally corrected Index of miscellaneous freight carloadings decreased from 71 In January to 67 In February, and the corrected inde^ of less-than-carload freight movement decreased from 64 in January to 62 in February. TRADE SHOWS The volume of retail trade in the district was larger in February than In the corresponding month last year. City department stores reported an 18 per cent Increase and rural department stores and general stores reported a 38 per cent Increase as compared with February last year. Country umber yards did two and one-half times as much business In lumber in February as in the same month last year, partly as a result of the mild weather and lack of snow which permitted building and _ repair work to be carried on outdoors. Other Increases over ths corresponding month lasl year were revealed by the latest reports of electric power consumption, .building permits and contracts, flour shipments, linseed pro- duets shipments, copper output, freight car- loadings of grain and grain products, coke, forest products and Iron ore, and market- ings of cattle and calves. Decreases occurred in the freight movement pf coal, marketings of hogs and sheep and butter production. The cash income of northwestern farmers from seven major items was 11 per cent larger In February than in the same month last year. Much greater Income from cash crops more than offset a moderate decrease in income from dairy products and a large decrease In Income from hogs. These farm Income estimates do not Include Payments to farmers by the agricultural adjustment administration, or loans to farmers through the federal farm loan system, or through the corn loan activities of the reconstruction finance corporation, all of which were major sources of farm revenue during February. FARM PRODUCTS The 'farm product price developments during February were notable for the increases which occurred in the prices of many farm products which did not advance as rapMls as the grains last spring. Using wedlan prices. hJgs advanced SI per hundredweight from January to February, iambs advanced SI 25 and veal calves advanced $1.50. The price of butter, computed as a basis for March payments to farmers for butterfat delivered during February, was 5 -a cents higher than the price in the Pry month and was also at the highest level more than two years. The price of eggs declined only 1 cent a dozen between January and February, which was mud, less than the usual seasonal decrease. The price of potatoes Increased sharply in February. Among the grains, no significant price changes occurred, except a small advance in the price of barley, which nevertheless brought that grain to the highest price in Itoee years, comparing February prices with prices a year ago, potatoes, ewes and barley were about three times as high, durum wheat, com and oats were more than twice as high, and all other Importantprices were higher than test year's prices, with the exception of hens. MIDWEST HOCS Hog prices In midwest markets Thursday: CEDAR BANDS--Prime hogs 180 to 200 Ibs. $3.80; 200 to 260 Ibs. $3.90; 200 to 280 Ibs. $3.85: 280 to 300 Ibs. $3.80; 300 to 320 Ibs. $3.75: 320 to 340 Ibs. $3.70; good packers to 350 Ibs. $3.20; to 400 Ibs. $3.10; to 450 Ibs. $3; to 500 Ibs. $2.91). Corn--Unchanged. WATERLOO--Prime hog« 180 to 200 Ibs. $3.70®4; 260 to 300 Ibs. $3.60@3.90; 300 to 325 Ibs. 53.50®3.80; 325 to 350 Ibs. $3.40®3.70; good packers $3.15®3.35. OTTUMWA--All grades up 5 cents. 140 160 Ibs. $2.55; 160 to 180 Ibs. $3.55; 180 220 Jbs. $4.10; 220 to 240 Ibs. $4.10: 240 260 Ibs. 54.10: 200 to 280 Ibs. $4; 280 to 0 Ibs. $3.90: 310 to 350 Ibs. $3.75; over 0 Ibs. $3.35@3.65; packers under 330 Ibs. 20®3.50: packers 350 to 450 Ib;. $3.10® 0; packers over 500 Ibs. S2.90S3.20; n packers 52.45 and down. DES MOINES --5c higher; 120 to 160 Ibs. 25Q13; 160 to 300 Ibs. $3.65®3.95; 300 to 0 Ibs. $3.30®3.75; good packers $2.90® 35. AUSTIN--Choice light lights 110 to 160 s. 53.25; Choice lights .100 to ISO Ibs. .60; Choice medium 180 to 200 Ibs., 200 220 Ibs.. 220 to 250 Ibs. $4; choice heavy tcher 250 to 290 Ibs. $3.85, 290 to 350 s. 53.80, 350 and up 53.60: choice pack- 1 275 to 350 Ibs. $3.35, 350 to 425 Ibs. ,25, 425 to 550 Ibs., 550 Ibs. and up $3.10. COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOINES. March 15. 3V-U. S. dc- artment of agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration ards and 7 packing plants located In In- rior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were .900 compared with 18,100 a week ago nd 34.000 a year ago. Fairly active, 5c to lOc higher than early 'ednesday, loading Indicated heavier for Quotations follow: Light lights 140 to 160 s. good and choice, S333.75; light weights 60 to 180 Ibs. 53.50®4.10; 180 to 200 Ibs. 3.95®4.30: medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs. 3.95®4.30; 220 to 250 Ibs. S3.905il4.30; ea\-y weights 250 to 290 Ibs. S3.80@4.30; SO to 350 Ibs. $3.60@4.10; packing sows 73 to 350 Ibs.. good. 53.30(93.70; 350 to 25 Ibs. $3.20@3.60; 425 to 550 Ibs. i .40. LATE TONE HEAVY IN STOCK MARKET Moderate Forenoon Losses Extended in Last Hour Selling Flurry. NEW YORK, March 15. UP)--Heaviness in metals depressed the general stock list today. Moderate forenoon recessions were extended in a brief but active selling flurry at the start of the last hour. The late tone was heavy. U. S. Smelting lost more than 8 points and Cerro de Pasco and American Smelting were off 3 each. Declines of 1 to around 2 points were shown by Santa Fe, Southern Pacific, U. S. Steel, American Telephone, Chrysler, Montgomery Ward and American Tobacco B. Transfers approximated 1,300,000 shares. Weakness of the non-ferrous metal issues was an unsettling element following word that the administration was not disposed to do anything more for silver at Imis time. Other Washington developments continued to hold the attention of the speculative fraternity. Most commodities were hesitant and silver- futures dropped nearly 2 cents an ounce. Grains and cotton eased, but rubber again registered improvement. Bonds were not quite so enthusiastic as in previous sessions. Stock List SEW YOBK STOCKS. NEW YORK. March 15. lift-Final Quotations. Air Reduct 9714 Johns Many 57 «1 Alleghany 3V4 Kennecott Al Che Ic Dye 149 S4 Krcsge Am Can 100 Liu t My B Am For Pow 10 !4 Loews Am Pow ft Lt 9% Loose Wiles Am Steel Fdrs 21% Lorlllard Am Sugar 34 i Maytag A T T 11914 McKess t Bob Am Too B 69% Mid Cont Pet Am Water Wits 2114 M K T 53 n S 30 S 8 VI 10 '.1 42',i 23 ii 25'i 10 Vi 24:1 17',i 73 ',, 45 Anaconda Atchlson All Ref Auburn Aviation Corp B t 0 E'arnsdaU Bendix Beth Stl , Bordens Borg Warn Burr Add Canada Dry Can Pac Case Ches 4 O C N W Chic Gt W Chic Gt W pf C M S P k f ,,,,, C M S P P pt 1114 C R I P Chrysler Col G t E Comwith Sou Cons Gas Cons Oil Contl Can Contl Ins Contl Mot Corn Prod Curtiss Wr Deere pfd Du Pont Eastman El Pow Lt Fox Film A Freeport Tex 20 87',» 32 li 4H4 17 H. TA 12% 12 4% 14 S Mo Pac 66ft Mont Ward ai% ' 31 Morrell WA Nash 26% Natl Else 12S Nat Cash Ee A 19 Vi Nat Dairy 16 Nat Distill 27S Nat Pow * Lt 12!i N Y Cent 37';, N \" N H ft H 19 No Amer 19 Vn No Pac 32 Oliver Farm 5V* Oliver Farm pf 21Vi Medium to good calves, 130-190 $3.50-4.5 Inferior and common calves .. .$3.00 dow LAMBS Choice lamb '0-90 $"5-8.2 Medium to s°°d lambs ... 70-90 56.75-7.7 Buck lambs $1 under grade. Quotations subject to market fluctuation CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO. March 15. Iff)--U. E. depart ment of agriculture-HOGS 15.000 Including 4,000 direct; mo erately active. 5 to 10 cents higher tha Wednesday; ISO to 300 Ibs. S4.50®4.60: tr $4.65; 140 to 180 Ibs. unevenly $3.50@4.5 pigs $2 50@3.25; packing sows mainly $3. 8385; light light good and choice 140 160 Ibs. $3.50@4.35; light weight 160 200 Ibs. $4.10®4.60; medium weight 200 250 Ibs. $4.50Q4.65; heavy weight 250 350 Ibs. $4.4004.65; packing sows mediui and good 275 to 550 Ibs. $3.50@4.10; pi good and choice 100 to 130 Ibs. $2.50@3.5 CATTLE 7.000, calves 2,500; good a choice yearlings steady; lower grade yea lings and practically all weighty steers weak to 25 cents lower; heavy steers ruling 25 to 50 cents under Tuesday's high time; killing quality plain; other killing classes uneven, generally weak to lower; bulls strong to 10 cents higher; best medium weight steers S7.15; strictly choice yearlings absent; bulk steers and yearlings $5®6.50; slaughter cattle and vealers, steers good and choice 550 to 900 Ibs. $6®7.65; 900 to 1,100 Ibs $6S?7.65: 1,100 to 1,300 Ibs. 55.75® 7.65; 1,300 to 1,500 Ibs. $4.758*7.25; common and medium 550 to 1,300, Ibs. 53.75® 5.75; hellers good and choice 550 to 750 Ibs. 55®6.75: common and medium S3.50@5; cows good S3.25@4.25; common and medium S2.60@3.25; low cutter and cutter $1.50 @2.60; bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) $3.2583.75; cutter common and medium S2.5003.35; vealers good and choice $5^6.50; medium $4.50@5; cull and common ?3.50@4.50: stocker and feeder cattle, steers good and choice 500 to 1,050 Ibs. S4.50@5.75; common and medium $3.25® 1.75. SHEEP 15,000; fat lambs slow, around 25-50c lower; desirable offerings available around $9.50: scattered bids $9©9.25; sheep teady; native ewes $595.50; lambs, 90 bs. down, good and choice, $9@9.50; common and medium $7@!8.85; 90 to 98 Ibs., good and choice, SS@9.40; ewes, 90 to 150 bs., good and choice, S4®5.75; all weights, common and medium, $3@4.50. 2 50®3.35; low cutters and cutters chiefly 1.35ST2.25; desirable 606 Ib. stackers 55.10. HOGS 11,000;, slow, early bids and sales rregular- mostly steady to strong; spots 5c o lOc higher to shippers; packers bidding 0-15c lower; extreme top 54.23; better rade 190 to 300 Ib. weights 5494.15; pack- rs bidding 54 down; sows S3.50SP3.65; iced- r pigs 52.75 down. SHEEP 4,000; nothing done, Buyers Indicating 25C or more lower on fed lambs or round 39 for best offerings; generally hom- ng upwards to 59.35 or above; other class. s scarce- late Wednesday Iambs 15-Z5C ower; top J8.35; bulk S9.10@9.25. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA, March 15. un--TJ. E. depart- lent of agriculture-HOGS 16,000; rather slow, weights above 00 Ibs. 5-lOc lower than Wednesday, light- r weights about steady; good to choice 180 o 300 Ibs 5404.10; medium grades down o 53.75; top $4.15; few 300 to 360 Ibs 39004; 140 to ISO Ibs. unevenly 5364, ceder P K S $l-75@2.25 mostly; few slaugh- er pfgs up to S3; packing sows J3.40®3.60; nost sales 53.50; stags S2.75®3.25; average ost Wednesday 53.93, weight 244. CATTLE 5,000; calves 300; fed steers and earllngs slow, steady to weak; heifers teady cows' active, strong; bulls 10-15C Igher- vealers strong; stockers and feed- rs scarce; fed steen and yearlings mostly 5«i5.75; few loads «Eht steers 58®63o, .elfers $4.50«i5.50; beef cows M-TM93.,5 ew ,'ots $3.S5@4: cutter grades mostly 1750250; odd head shelly low cutters S150@165 : medium bulls $2.S5®3; prac- Ical top vealers $6. odd head to independ- en SHEEP°f,obo; 2,700 direct; salable supply practically all fed wooled lambs; fat lamb trade not fully established; scattered b ds 25-SOc lower; .asking around lower; sheep teady; feeders tending easier; ear ly bids fed wooled lambs downward from 50.10, best held above 59.15; light ewes , jllg Me up ;o S5.50: early sales feeding lambs 58.JO, some held higher. :t)RB . CURB KANSAS CITY IIVESIOCK. KANSAS CITY. March 15. (JP1-- U. S. de- OOuflfdEc-.; falriy active 5c Curb Market 5 52% 16 2?1 39V 12 Yt 78 li 31* IS 71% 4M 14 96% 881J 7=4 16 45 5% 651 35 U 1711 36 li £6 S' 314 12 s 221i 41i 38% 48 NEW YORK. March 15. LTV-TbC curb was spotted with declines and advances today, some of the changes ranging to a point or more In either direction. Trading continued dull. Specla'tles again provided roost of the trains. Fluctuations of the utilities, oils and many industrials were narrow. Montgomery Ward "A," Novadel Agcne and Great Atlantic and pacific improved a point or so. Electric Bond and Share, American Gas, Distillers-Seagrams, Parker Rust Proof, Swift and company, Standard Oil of Indiana and Lake Shore Mines showed mild easiness at times. General Tire and Rubher encountered profit taking from yesterday's gain- Gulf Oil was firm, but otherwise the oils made small changes and accounted for a small proportion or the dealings. Genl Am Trans 40 Gen El Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette GoDel Gold Dust Goodrich Goodyear Gran Paige Gt Nor pfd Gt West Sug Hudson 111 Cent Int Harv Int Nick Can I T T Bond Market Packard Penney 4"i Penn 10 Phillips Pet 6% Froc ft Gam Pullman R C A R K O Rent Rand Rep Stl Rey Tob B Eoy Dutch Sears Roe Shell U Skelly Socony VaO So Pac St Brands St G t 55 St OH Cal St Oil N J Stew Warner Stone A Web Studcbaker 21'i Tex Corp 33% Tex Gulf Sul 3754 Tim Rol B 11 Un Garb 8Vi Un Pac 19S Unit Air 157!, United Corp 37 S U S Ind Alco 4 U S Rubber 29 U.S Steel 26 ?s Wabash 19% Warner PIct 6=i 33 West El Mfg 39 41S Woolworth 51 26% Wrigley 59 ^ 14% Tel Tr 6 10 17 27% 21-}i 13 H 38 li 44?; 9 lO'.j, 7% 26 5i 37-i 3611 13!i 128 23% 6"e 53% 19 S 02% 4 ',4 CHICAGO STOCKS. CHICAGO. March 15. (/PI-Cities Service 3 Quaker Oats 116 Great Lakes Air 1 Katz Drug 34 Libby-McNel! 5 Midwest Utilities Natl Leather 2 Northwest Banco 5 Hath Packing 25i-i Stvlft Co 1614 Swift Intl 27% Utility and Ind IS Zenith 3i- MINNEAPOLIS STOCKS MINNEAPOLIS, March 15. (JF!--Stocks closed: First Bank Stock 7T4. Northwest Banco 4?i. 54.13@4.30; 290 to 350 common and medium. 550 Ibs. up. 5.50- heifers, good and choice, 550 to 900 ?te. S4.65IS6.Z5: common and medium 550 to 900 Ibs. $3®4.75; cows. good. $3.40S SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. March 15. ISV-U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2,100; steers and yearlings slow, steady to 25c lower than Tuesday; mostii weak to 15c otf; few common to medium light and medium weight steers 54®5.25' choice heavy weights held above 56: she stock unchanged, desirable weighty heifers S4@5; good light weights S5.SO; beef cows 52.50U3.50; occasionally S3.75; low cutters and cutters sl.50@2.25; bulls steady to lOc higher; mostly 52.50@2.S5; good heavj weights to 53-10; stockers and feeders un changed: medium to good S3.505T4.25; calve 2,000- fully steady; strong to 50C highe for two days: good to choice mostly $5' selected S6.50. HOGS 5,500; unevenly strong to 15C high w.- than Wednesdays average; good t choice 170 to 280 Ibs. mostly 54.1015:4.20 top 54.20 paid by all Interests; heav: weights and medium grades down to 53.9 under: belter 140 to 160 Ibs. salabl mostly S3.256E3.90: slaughter pigs SZ- 3 or better; most packing sows S3.40ffi3.70 average cost Wednesday 53.85; weight 213 SHEEP 1.000; very little done- tarlj packers talking 50c lower on fat larnbs c _ 75 down; sellers asking nsar stead prices; wednesday*s market closed lOc t 25c lower- good to choice fed lambs sel Ing at $9.10; choice 90 to 93 Ibs. S9.25 t packers. SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY. March 15. (.T!--U. S. de partment of agriculture-CATTLE 2,500; slaughter steers ar yearlings slow; few better grades lltt changed: others wrak: most other classe steady; car good to choice 1192 Ib. beev 56.15- few choice 1050 Ib. yearlings S6.W most'grain fed? liable S5.65 dora; tc good hellers S3S3.Z5; beef cows mam m u mmoTM. S2.50®4: stocker and WedB·steers, ood and choice (all weights Wai "*5.'5. ommon and medium (all weights) 52.759 SHEEP T.500: practically nothing so'd jirlr; opening bids lower: best fed lamb- eld above 59; lambs, good and choice (x), I ]bs. down 58.25®9.10: common and me um 90 Ibs. down. S6.50«8.25: good and ho?ce (x) 90 to 98 Ibs. S809.10^yearling ethers, medium to choice. 90 to HO I b s 5.25197.75: ewas. good and choice, SO to 50 Ibs.. S4.25(5t'5.65. .. "^--Quotations based on ewes and weth- rs. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. March 15. C.T)-Of. Icial Esti- ated receipts tomorrow: Cattle, 2,000, ogs 14,000: sheep, 11,000. NEW YORK, March ]5. UP)--Bond prices held to a small range with the tone steady to firm during the early trading today. Some corporate Issues which were in lively demand yesterday attracted sufficient further buying to climb another half a point or so.- There were no very wide advances during the forenoon and in a few instances prices sagged a bit. U. S. government and high grade corporate ratings were firm In quiet trading. In loans like United Drug, Great Northern and North American company, which moved ahead rather easily yesterday, the trend continued upward but at a more conservative pace. Other issues recording minor gains Included Santa Fe 4s. Armour and company 4V-E, Duquesne Light 4%s. Postal Te'egraph 5s. Western Union 5s and Youngstown Sheet and Tube 5s. A few transfers sufficed to put American and Foreign Power 5s down a point. Allc- gbauy corporation Issues were traded a little below yesterday's finals, and losses ranging up to three quarters of a point marked Chesapeake and Ohio 4%s, Milwaukee 5s, Missouri Pacific 5s, Union Pacific 4s and Standard Oil of New York 4%s. In the slow early trading U. S. governments remained close to yesterday's levels There was a slack trading interest in foreign groups and prices varied but slight- from the previous day. U. S. BOND QUOTATIONS NEW YORK. March 15. (JPJ--United ates government bonds closed: Liberty 3%s 103.1. Liberty First 4«s 102.2. Liberty Fourth 4%s 103.8. Treasury 4'/is 47-52 109.30. Treasury 4s 44.-S4 100.8. Treasury 3%s 40-43 June 102.12. Treasury 3Vis 46-49 100.15. Treasury 3c 51-55 98.30. I-VEST.MENT TRUSTS By Th« AsBocIai«d Prefi!". Bid and asked on March 15: Corp Tr Sh 2.09 Corp Tr Sh AA Mod 2.3S Corp Tr Sh Accum Ser .. 2,02 Corp Tr Accum Ser Mod .. 2.38 Dividend Sh 1.25 Nationwide sec 3.54 Nationwide sec Vtc 1.37 Nor Amer Tr Sh 1.89 Nor Amer Tr Sh 1955 .... 2.46 Quarterly Jnc Sh , 1.38 Selected Am Sh 2.7S Selected Cum Sh 7.05 Selected Income Sh 3.66 Super Corp Am Tr A .... 3.03 U S El L Pow A 12K U S El L £ Pow B 2.25 U S El L Pow B Vtc ... .58 2.61 2.51 1.27 3.64 1.47 Representative Sales CHICAGO, March 15. tfPJ--U. S. depart- ,ent of agriculture-Representative sales. Lights- Heavy-- 303 289 267 253 Mediums-249 238 80 220 92 208 Steeri 4.50 4.55 4.55 4.60 194 182 176 167 Light Lights- 89 J53 57 148 1359 1243 1162 1421 1450 15S8 962 Fed Westerns-- 220 80 31 87 220 91 200 96 ISO 95 4.65 4.60 4.60 4.55 CATTLE. Heifers-7.25 24 825 930 15 714 9 650 Cows-2 1230 10 1161 S 5 SHEEP. Clipped 9.35 125 S.35 Ewes--· 9.25 11 9.25 14 9.00 4.55 4.50 4.40 4.35 4.10 3.9( 7.10 6.85 6.65 6.00 5.25 4.50 920 783 3.7 3.0 2.5 1.7 Lambs-86 7.8 128 Shenandoah Woman Gets Honor Aware SHENANDOAH, March 15. (^Pi- Mrs. Julia G. Skiles, widow of th Rev. J. H. Skiles, bas been award ed the American Legion's "hall r fame" citation as Shenandoah most outstanding citizen in 193 Representatives of 12 busines civic and patriot organizations ma the selection which was announce at a Legion meeting last night Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Bech Building Telephone No. 'I NEW YORK CURB QUOTATIONS Amcr Gas El 25% Humble Oil Am Sup Pow 3% Ark Nat Gas A 1% Assoc G 4 El A Hi Can Marconi 3Ts Can Ind Ale 15% El Bd Sh IS'.S Hecla Mining l?i Hud B M S 11% Hiram Walker 47 Vi Niag Hud 7 Nldes-Bem-Pond 14 H Pennroad Corp S 0 Ind S 0 Ky United Gas Un L P A Lamson Brothers Market Letter 16% 31 Liquid Garb Cp 27 Mack Truck 33-5i Mathleson Alk 34=1 Met Seab'd Oil 34% McKess. t Robb 7% Otis Steel 6Vs J c Penney Co 65=4 MARKET REVIEW. CHICAGO, March 15.-Wheat--The decline In stocks and silver and persistent heaviness at Winnipeg easily ffset any constructive ideas held with re- ard to the outcome of the spring and Winer wheat crops and prices were on the owngrade most of the session. Support was oor and part of it was regarded as having eveloped from the fact that prices around nidsession were more than a cent under esterday's close and that a rally might oc- ur There was an undercurrent of uneasl- ies s apparent in trade gossip during the ay, the sharp drop in silver being the hlef unsettling factor as som saw it, Scli- ns was general near Uie close, coincident vltb a further decline In stocks and the close was heavy. Winnipeg advices indicated hat there had been some selling ot futures of the same class that developed at iOC for he May and it was fairly persistent. It was ntlmated that sellers were inclined to the belief that a lowering in the price might result in a better foreign demand for Manl- tobas. Considerable interest is being shown n the proposed control legislation in Canada, desipned to carry out the dominion s part In the International wheat agreement signed last fall in London. Com--The expected export business In American corn developed today but it was ·without lasting effect and corn closed lower with the general trend of grains. Intimations were that the United Kingdom had aken 16,000 to 25,000 bushels ot what com Ma the gulf. The sharp advance in Buenos Aires March corn, which lifted It to a fractiona premium over Chicago May for the first time in some years and the scarcity ol old corn in Argentina were regarded as chlel factors in the advance. Com bookings today "5 000 bushels. The decline in silver ana stocks is discouraging to holders and we look for nervous markets until news turns constructive or an oversold position develops. Butler--All grades were unchanged and the market steadier. Offerings were light In the futures and this no doubt had some Influence In bringing about a better market undertone. There were r.o deliveries todai. EIKS--Carlots of extra firsts and firsts fractionally higher today while the remainder of the list was unchanged. ^«"TM steady and there seems to be a fairly active demand for all grades. Commcni--No particular change Is Indicated for the present although it seems Ilko- ly that either or both butter and eggs nil be accorded reasonably good suppor on al: recessions at this time. CHICAGO STOCKS Bendix Avi Cp 19 Vi Key st Wire 16V4 Borg-Warn Cp 25 , Marshall Field 17 Va Butler EVos 10V5 Swift t Co Cord Company 6% NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 20 V£ Kroger Groc Am Bank Note 19',i Lambert Co Am Car Fdy 28% Am Roll's Mills 24 H Am Metal 23 % Am Ra S Co 14% Am S 4 Ee CO 43VJ Am Tob G9-^i Atlantic Re Co 31H - ·* * f...,-j ^« uu ,* Ar Co B (III) 5% Pillsbury Flour 21=i Assoc Dry Gds 16X Pure Oil Co 12?i Baldwin Lo 13% Purity Bak Cp 15i Barnsdall Oil A 8Vi Pub Ser of N J 39% Briggs Mfg Co 15% Reading Co 55 Best Co 32V4 P.eo Motors 4 % ; Eyers A M Co 27 St Joseph Lead 22% Calif Packing 25 So Calif Edison ISV- Com Credit 31% Tide Wa Oil Co 11% Com! So'vents 27 Vi U S Ind Ale 53% Cont Oil 18% Util P L A 4Vi cream of Wht 32% Vanadium 27% Cudany Pack'g 45% Union Oil Calif 16% Curtiss Wr pfd 10 Vi tin Gas Imp 17Vi First Natl Sirs 55% Western Myld 15% Gr Nortll'n Ore 13% Warren Bro Co 11 Houst Oil (new) 4% Western Union 56 Indian Ref 3Vi North Amer Av 6Vi Kelvinator Corp 20 M' I IOWA rustic rTIMTY PREFERRED STOCKS. (By the Associated Press) Bid and asked on March 15: Cent St El 7 pfd (525 par) . . 3 * Cent St P t L 7 pfd 6 8 xD M Gas S ptd (550 par) 45 xD M Gas 7 pfd (SoO par) ... 40 Interstate Pow 7 pfd 15 Iowa Electric 7 pfd 12 Iowa Electric 6% pfd 11 Iowa Electric Lt Pow 7 · ptd 33% Iowa Electric Lt Pow 6 pfd 31% slowa Pow Lt 7 pfd .. xlowa Pow £ Lt 6 pfd xlowa Pub Sen-ice 7 pfd xlowa Pub Service 6 pfd Iowa South Util 7 pfd .. N W Bell Tel 6^ pfd . xUnited Lt Eys 7 pfd ^United Lt t Rys 6 pfd --Ex-dividend. _ 57 . 48^4 . 39 . 36 . . 40 . 37 50 43 IT 15 ' 14 37 35 62 53% 43 40 10 110 S 44 41 LOANS WANTED Can use several small Farm Mortgages Also City Loans A. M. SCHANKE and Company Telephone 1SOO Mason City, Iowa

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