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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE, MARCH 14 1936 HOGS STEADY TO 15 CENTS LOWER TRADING DULL ON CHICAGO MARKET Top $10.60 on 6,000 Run; Nothing Done in Other Livestock Markets. " CHICAGO, UPI--Hogs sold steady to 15 cents lower Saturday in a dull trade. A larger Saturday supply than usual was available on the open market, packers getting direct 4,500 of the 6,000 head run. The top was $10.60. Nothing was done in the other livestock markets. Livestock quotations were influenced the past week more by the dressed meat trade than by any dis. tortion in seasonal marketings. On the whole receipts were about in line with packers' needs and did not ·vary greatly from the previous ·week's supply. The hog run, however, was about 6,000 head below a year ago and cattle and sheep offerings also were lighter. The hog market fluctuated very unevenly, affected first by curtailed receipts and then by the varying de. mand for fresh pork. On the whole the market for pork improved, with wholesale prices reaching the highest level in more than three weeks. .The average price of hogs advanced 25 cents, being $10.28 Friday, while the. average weight fell 7 pounds. Compared with a week ago, hogs Weighing below 220 pounds ruled isteady to 10 cents lower but heavier ·weights were steady to 15 cents higher. Most cattle closed barely steady with a week ago but lower grades advanced 25 cents. Fat lambs were 10 to 25 cents higher and fat ewes ·were 25 to 50 cents up. Old mutton ewes sold for the east at .f6.25 were the highest since May, 1930. Mason City Livestock Good heavy butchers .. aou-iuu ao.yu- s.-u Good packing sows 275-350 58.60- 8.90 Good heavy sows 350-425 SS.40- 8.70 Good bis hy. sows .. 425-S50 S8.25- 8.53 y\SON CITY--For Saturday. HOGS Study. Good light lights 340-360 SS.SO- 9.10 Good lights 160-180 59.45- 9.75 Good light butchers ... 1SO-200 J8.75-10.05 Good light butchers 200-220 S9.75-1'J 05 Good med. wt. butchers 220-250 59.75-10.05 Good rncd. wt butchers 2SO-270 59.55- 9.S5 Good med. wt. butchers 270-290 59.40- 9.70 Good heavy butchers .. 290-325 S9-25- 9.55 Good heavy butchers .. 325-350 $9.10- 9.40 Good heavy butchers .. 350-400 S8.90- 9.20 G' Good Good biff hy. _ - - - - Good big hy. sows 550 and up $8.05- 8.30 (The above is a 10:30 truck hog market lor good and choice hogs. The difference In price is lor short and long nau! Hogs.) CATTLE. Steers, good to choice S 7.75-S.75 Steers, medium to good S 6.00- 7.50 Steers, fair to medium ........ S 4.50- 6.00 Keifers, good to choice 5 5.50- 6.50 Heifers, medium to good S 4.75- 5.50 ficifers, common to medium .. $ 4.00- 4.75 Cows, good to choice S 4.25- 5.00 Cows, fair to good $ 3.75- 4,25 Cows, cutters S 3.25- 3.75 Cows, canners $3.00-3.25 Bulls, heavy S 4.5U- 5.50 Bulls, light S 3.75- 4.50 Calves, gd. and choice 130-190 ? 6.50- i.OO Calves, med. to good 130-190 S 5.00- 6,00 Calves infer, to com. 130-190 S 5.00 down LAMBS. Lambs, pood to choice ., 70-30 £ 7.50- 8.50 tames, medium to good S 6.00- 7.00 Lambs, fair to medium $4.50-6.50 Common lo (ait 5 4.50 down ScarliDgs, good to choice 70-90 S 7.00- 9.00 Teatlings, med. to good 70-90 $ 5.00- 7.00 yearlings, fair to medium S 4.00- 5.00 Culls S 4.00 down Dative ewes, good to choice ... S 2.75- 4.00 Cull ewes J 1-50- 2.: Bucks £1.00-2. Wethers. 2 years old S 6.00- 7.00 JVetbars, poor to best J *-00- 7.00 Buck lambs 51 less No dock on lamos, - Quotations subject, to market fluctuations CHICAGO LIVESTOCK. (Saturday Market) ' CHICAGO, uB--U. S. department of agri (culture-- - . CATTLE 4,000; calves 100: compared Fri day last week: Good and choice fed steer jma yearlings barely steady; close, weak tfttti shipper demand narrow; all lowe grades Jully 23c hie--', fairly active on botl Tinier and replacement account; feeder com petition remained a stimulating factor 01 Steers selling- at 59 down, especially 58 down tfeifrs regaining early decline, about stead Jtr week; supply liberal; not only heifers bu Steers drawn from widely separated areas flbm Tennessee to Canada; from Mexico t ffltthlgan and Ohio; killing duality steers gen Sally plain; very few iongfed cattle in crop aaremc top heavy steers $11.90; light steer ST1.65; 993 Ib. yearlings $11.50; only moder £fe supply above Sll; not much with bee rfferit below 57.75; half fat feeders up t S50 and $8.60; liberal supply to countr 57$yS; cows closed about steady; bulls 25 ]b'\Ver and vealers steady to 50c lower, light o'fr most. "SttEEP 1,500; for week ending Friday 4, 500 directs; compared Friday last week: Fa lambs and yearlings unevenly 10-25C, most! 10-lSc higher, fat ewes 25-50c higher; prac Really DO sales lambs on feeding or shear Ins account; week's top fat Iambs S10.3S cldsing top 510.25; week's bulk S9.60C J0!25; closing bulk SS.75@10.25: few load thoice fresh shorn fed western lambs 58.35 ·wooled yearlings 59-50; choice 122 Ib. fe western ewes S6.25, best native ewes 56 Hilk natives S5®5.75. "HOGS 6,000, including 1,500 direct; slow Bt"ady to 15c lower than Friday's average top $10.60: 160 to 240 IBS. S10.35CJ10.60; fei 270 to 300 Ibs. S9.90®10.25; other weight BOlient; sows steafly; mostly 59.25@9.40 Shippers took 500; holdover 1.000; compare 3Jvith a week ago market very uneven weights below 220 Ibs. steady to lOc lower heavier weights steady to 15c higher; so- Eteady. No representative sale*. KANSAS CITY MVESTOCK, (Saturday Market) -KANSAS CITY, OP)--U. S. department o agriculture-HOGS 500: receipts mostly direct; fe files fully steady with Friday's low close one lot around 220 Ib. weights S10.20: com pared with week ago market general] Steady. CATTLE 500: calves 200: for the week S"ed steers steady to 25c higher; most of th upturn on lower priced kind $7-50 gown; an pood strong weights; ted heifers and mixc yearlings strong to 25c higher; cows stead to easier; veaicrs steady to 50c lower; stock er and feeder classes steady to strong; week' top: Choice 1079 Ib. and good 1335-1385 Ib steers 59.75; yearling heifers 58.35; ligh jteckers 58.50; vealers 59; bulk fed steer S7'25®8.75; fed heifers 56.75(58.25; bill Btockers and feeders 56.50@8. -SHEEP, none; for the week: Slauehtc Jambs 25-40c higher; sheep fully steady For COMPLETE Markets and Financial News THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, Relied upon !y businessmen and Investors everywhere. Send for free sample copy. 44 Broad St. Neiv YorU Hog Markets HOGS. Hos prlce« at midwest markets Saturday: H'ATEllLOO--Hogs steady to 5c lower. Good to choice 140 to 150 Ibs. $8.80ea.lO; 50 to 160 Ibs. 59.056*9.35; 160 to 180 Ibs. 9.55@9.85- 180 to 250 Ibs. S9.8010.10; Z50 to 270 Ibs. $9.6089.90: 270 to 290 Ibs. 9.4009.70; 290 to 325 Ibs. S9.25@9.55: 325 o 350 Ibs. 59.10619.40; packing sows 275 to 50 IDS. 58.6098.90; 350 to 425 Ibs. 58.40® .70- 425 to 550 Ibs. S8.25@8.55. CEDAR RAPIDS-- Good hogs 150 to 160 bs. 59.10(I?9.35; 160 to 170 Ibs. 59.35©9.60; 70 to 180 Ibs. $9.80@9.85; 180 to 230 Ibs. 9.85@10.10: 230 to 250 Ibs. 59.80SH0.05: 50 to 270 Ibs. $9.60®9.65; 270 to 290 lb«. 9.45SJ9.70; 290 to 325 Ibs. S9.30O9.05: 325 o 350 Ibs. 59.15^9.40; good packers 325 to 50 Ibs. 5S.COS8.85; 350 to 425 Ibs. 58.405i .65; 425 to 500 ibs. J8-20®S,45: 500 to 550 bs. SS»8.25. OTTUMWA--5 cents lower: 14-'J-150 !bs. S S0''t9,10: 150-160 Ibs. 5S.10fe9.40: 160- SO Ibs 59.5009.80: 180-220 Ibs. 59.S06P 0 1 0 - 220-250 Ibs. 58.70SJ10: 250-270 Ibs. 950SF9.80: 270-290 Ibs. 59.401*9.70: 290125 Ibs. S9.20«»9.r,0; 325-350 Ibs. 58.90® 20; packers 275-350 Ibs. S8.erJISS.90: 350- 2S Ibs. 18.40(08.70; 425-450 Ibs. JS.20® " AL'STIX--HOES steady: cood tn.choice 180 o 250 Ibs. 59.75r*10.05; 250 to 290 Ibs. S9.15 (59.75; 290 to 35o Jbs. 59.15!i'9.4.'i: packing ows good 275 to 550 Ibs. S8.20SJS.90. COMBINED HOO BKCKIPTS DE3 MOINES, CPJ--U. S. department of agriculture-Combined hojt receipts at 20 concentration yards and nine packing plants located in nterior Iowa and southern Minnesota for he 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. Saturday were 24,5'00 compared with 17,100 a veck ago and 10,300 a year ago. prices steady to 5 cchts lower, fairly nc- tlve, week-end loading indicated sh»de Quotation* follow: Light lights 140-160 bs. good and choice 59^9.65: light weights L60-180 Ibs. good and choice S9.105IilO.lri: 180-200 Ibs. good and choice S9.S5ttflO.35: medium weights 200-220 Ibs. good and choice 59.S5((iil0.35: 220-2, r *0 Ibs. good and choice i9 80([i!10.35; heavy weights 250-290 Ibs. B ood and choice S9.45@10.15; 290-350 Ibs. Rood a=d choice S9.20O9.80; pigs 100-140 bs good and choice none; packing sows ' I 75'-3yO Ibs good SS.65(fi9.2;); 350-425 Ibs. good SS.50@8.95; 425-550 Ibs. good $5.25 The "above quotations arc based on bulk transactions. Long haul shipments showing excessive weight shrinkage and hogs excessively rilled usually . sell respectively somewhat above and below prices quoted. Hops bought on the basis of shipping point wcigtts are also excluded, from quotations. week's lop fed lambs 510.25; closing top and bulk fed lots 510: few loads shorn lambs 57.607.85; fed yearlings 5S.25CtS.60; sh-jep scarce; top ewes $5.50; late sales shearing ambs 59.40@9.65. O.MAHA LIVESTOCK. (Saturday Market) OMAHA, (.PI--U. S. department ol agri- ulturc-- CATTLE 100: calves 25; for the week: Fed leers, yearlings and heifers mostly 25c igher; bett'.-r Rrade cows strong, lower radcs weak; bulls around 50c lower: veal- rs SlGi'1.50 lower: stockers and feeders trong to 25c hicher: bulks for week: Fed tcers and yearlings 57SE9. liberal sprinkling f medium weights 59.25S?10. 2 loads 1302 3 weights 510.15; heifers mostly S6.255.I. 50, few loads S7.60S'S; part load 830 Ib. ·eights 58.15; beef cows 54.50^6, small lots 6.25^6.50, odd head S6.75@7.25; cutter rades $3.50?i4.50; medium bulls S5ft'5.75; radical top vealers at close 57.50. odd head 8; stockers and feeders S6.235i7.75, few oads up to S8.25. 1 load 536 Ib. weights 3.75. SHEEP 500; entire run on through bill- ng; compared a week ago: Lambs 155£ r ic higher; yearlings and ewes and wethers 56T35c higher; feeders strong to I5c bigh- r- closing hulks; Fed wooled Iambs S9.65 tlO, closing top S10, week's top 510.35; ood to choice yearlings eligible 58.25^9.25; ood to choice ewes S4.75S16;' week's top S6; ood to choice feeding lambs eligible S8.25 1)9.15. HOGS SOO; includes 200 direct: fairly ac- ive, steady to I'M; lower than Friday; un- er 250 Ib weifihts decline; better grades SO to 270 Ibs. Stfl 10.05, top. $10.10 to Ebjp- ier on 220 Ibs. down; packers 510.05 down: desirab'2 270 to 300 Ib. S9.709.90; heavier weights scarce; few mixed heavies and sows 59.15; medium to good 190 to 230 Ibs. «9 75@9.85; few good sows 58-90(59; other classes and weights nominal; average cost Friday S9.S7, weight 252; for the week, butchers steady to 35c higher; sows 15c up. SOUTH ST. PAOL LIVESTOCK (Saturday Market) SOUTH ST. PAUL, (.P)--U. S. department of agriculture--· CATTLE 900; compared Friday last week jlaughter steers and heifers steady to 15c higher; cows steady to 15c lower; bulls 35® 50c off; stockers and feeders fully steady most medium short fed steers and yearlings S6.50@7.50; numerous loads better grades around S7.755J!8.25; best 1246 Ib weights S8.85; good to choice fed heifers 56.75(98.25; mostly 57.50 down; majoritv plainer grades S5S5.50; most butcher cows S4.50@5.50: good beef cows up t 0 55.75 few around 56; low cutter to cutter co S3.50!iM.25 freely; bulk medium to good stocker or feeder steers S6@7; choice feed ers up to 57.50. CALVES 300; vealers weak to 50c down for week; good to choice 57S; select SS.SO HOGS 1.600: opened active, fully steady closing less active, steady to 15c lower than Friday's best on weights over 220 Ibs. bet ter 160 to 240 Ibs. SlO-alO.40; 240 to 32' Ibs. $9.40@10; sows 58.85 to mostly $9 pips scarce, weak; one sizeable lot 59.50; aver age cost Friday 59.95: weight 240 Ibs. SHEEP 700; compared Friday last week fat lambs 25c higher; fat ewes 25H50c up week's top fat lambs 510.10; fed ewes 55.75 new high since May 1930: Saturday's bulk fat lambs $9.55®10.10; common and me dium SS.25«i:9.50: fat ewes $5(55.75; re cent sales 72 to 75 Ib. range lambs to feed ers 59.15^9.25. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO, vVP!--Unofficial estimated re ceipts of livestock for Monday: Hogs 18,000 cattle 14,000; sheep 16,000: hogs for all nex week, 63,000. Hides and Furs Quotations Furnished by WoU Bros. Inc, 308 Fifth Street Sonthwest. HOKSEHIDES Horsehides 53.00 ·GKEEU BEEF HIDES Up to 25 Ibs _ «. 25 to 45 Ibs. 50 Mora than 60 Ibs. Bull Bides ,,..-- ·Cured hides half cent more a pound. (On above prices a cent higher to wholesale dealers In wholesale lots.) WOOL MARKET. (Saturday Slarket) BOSTON, \'.-P--U. S. department of agri culture-A small volume of business was iransactct on the finer grades of territory wools in Bos ton during the past week. Prices rcalizet were mostly within ranges of selling price that have prevailed for about a month. Obi and similar fleeces held unchanged, but the were nominal in view of the absence of trad ing. Strictly combing Ohio fleeces were nom inally quoted at 34-36 cents In the grcas for 64s and finer, at 36-37 cents for 58s 60s, 3 /= blood; and at 41-43 cents for 56s, ? blood and 4Ss, 50s, Vj blood. Demand was inclined to slacken on spot foreign wools. NEW i'OBK SUGAK. (Saturday Market) NEW YORK. (.Pi--Raw sugar unchanged Futures unchanged to 2 points lower, fined unchanged. MINNEAPOLIS. ILOL'R. (Saturday Markcn MINNEAPOLIS, (.D -- Flour unchanged Carload Ills family patents S7.0jg,7.2r, barrel in PS Ib. cotton pacfcp. Shipments 27.005; pure h r a n S15,75ft'16. slandard middlings $15.755 16.25. PEACE GESTURES DEPRESS WHEAT Market Closes Unsteady at Chicago; Price Rallies Lack Vigor. CHICAGO, (.T)--Peace gestures to Germany by the league of na- ions council did much Saturday to ease the wheat market down. General speculative selling was witnessed at times, and rallies in quotations l a c k e d vigor. Dust storms southwest were ignored. Wheat closed unsteady, %ffil%c under Friday's finish, May 99% 99%c. July 89%@'S9%c; corn ',i@ ,:,c off,.May 60%@60%c; oats 'i^ %c down, and provisions unchanged to 10 cents decline. CHICAGO CASH fiJKAIN. (Saturday Market) CHICAGO, (.-T J )--Cash wheat: No. 2 hard 1.11U; No. 2 mlscd $1.03'-i. Corn, No. ri mixed 55 @ 5 6-lie; No. 4 yel- ow 37(?5S'.(:c: No. 5 yellow 5-1 % @57c; No. 5 white 54^^5"c; sample grade 55 J ,ic. Oat*. No. 3 white 2S%f?30c; No. 4 white !5(?i26c: sample grade 22@25^c. No rye. Soybeans, No. 2 yellow 82c net track Chicago nominal; sample yellow 75c. Barley, nominal feed 30@44c, malting 44@J SSc. Timothy seed S3 cwt. Clover seed $12.riO'ff20.50 r.wt. Lard, tierces $10.67: loose J10.22; belliM 514.77. Mason City Grain ,m Tob B .m Wat Wks .naeonda tchlson .uburo \viat Corp , . O iarosdall Sendix Aviat eth Steel lorden iorK Warner !an Dry an Pac ^ N W G W M S P A P R I * P Chrysler ·01 G k K :oml Solv Comwlth Sou 'OUR Gas Cons oil :ont Can ;ont Oil Del torn prod Curt Wright Deqre prd 5u Pont Gen Elec Gen Foods Gen Mot Gillette Goodyear 11 Cent nt Harv nt Nick Can T t T ohns M a n y cnnecolt ·ircsRe ,ib 0 F MASON CITY--For Saturday No. 3 yellow corn 47e No. 4 yellow corn 45c Bar corn 40c White oats, No. 3 22c Feeding barley 25-Hnc . 2 yellow soybeans 60c SATLTtDAT C1MLV CLOSK WHEAT-J:ay July IO'R'N-- May July ;cpt OATS-- rtay uiy Sept RYE-lay uly .ept BARLEY lay High l.OO'.i .9[)1j( .SS!i .fil'.i .61 CHICAGO, Low .BO' 1 .60*1 .60-i (.·T-- Close .99=; .89=1 .SS'i .60=1 .ROT; .607; .56=1 .r.fi'l .56'i .40 Jarch 10.55 lay .-. .10.7(1 3d.r«5 30,i2 uly 10.65 10..V, 30.52 ept 10.42 10.35 10.12 JELLIES-lay "-SO uly «-5'- 3UKXHAFOLVi GK.41N. (Saturday Market) MINNEAPOLIS. l.P)--Wheat receipts 13S 3.1s l U c to 2 i ' t c lower: No. l heavy dark orthern spring 60 Ibs. S1.24V.®1.34%: No. 1 ark northern S9 Ibs. S1.22',i«J1.33%; 5S Ins. 1.20V- ^1-321-; No. 1 hard Montana 14 per ent "protein S1.21',iSJ1.23V;; to arrive 1.20V- ©1.22V-; grade of No. 1 dark hard or No. 1 ham Montana winter S1.04%@il.lOVJ; o arrive $1.03V=-@l-09!i; No. 1 hard amber lurum SI.04'AS 1.23',2: No. i red durum S3',icT May 51.07%; July S1.02V5; September 92=; c. Corn No. 3 yellow 60 1 ,-j^61i^c. Oats No. 3 white 25Vr-a27 3 ,::C. KANSAS CITi' GRAIN. (Satnrday Market) KANSAS CITY, J|-- Wheat 52 cars, Ic to 3c lower; No. 2 dark hard 51.10V-J : No. 3 nominally 99VjC@S1.13'i: No. 2 hard 51.07® 1.07V=; No. 3, 51.00"!; No. 2 red nominally S1.031®1.06%; No. 3. S1.03. Corn 25 cars; unchanged to Vic lower; No. Z white nominally 69©71c: No. 3 nominally 67@6SVic; No. 2 yellow nominally 66@67c- No. 3 nominally 65®66c; No. 2 mixed nominally 64$?,65c: No. 3 nominally 63@64c. Oa'ts 5 cars; unchanged to ^c lower; No 2 white nominally 27=i@2SV4c; No. 3 nominally 26Vi®2Sc. OJLAHA (Saturday Market) OMAHA. (.T 1 )-- Wheat No. 5 dark hard 99C No. 3 hard 9SC®S1-01; No. 4 hard 95®97c No. 3 raised 95c. Corn No. 4 yellow SSiiSSSc; No. 5 yellow 50^^570: sample yellotv 4SU-051C; No. mixed SoV-iSf ii6V::c; sample mixed 46'cc. Oats No. 3 white 25V=(i?26c; No. 4 white Public Utility and Industrial Stocks Qnotefl by A. M. Schanke ana Company, Telephone 1300. Mason City. Sid and asked Saturday-Cent st El 6 pet pfd (525 part It Cent st El 7 pet pfd ($25 par) 12 Cent St P L 7 pet pfd 16w Ctemplin Ref la 7 pet pfd .. Creamery Package com 25 ] .-r Hearst Cons A 233-7 Geo A Horrael A pfd ........ 98 Geo A Hormcl B pfd 9G Geo A Hormel com ., ^7^ Interstate Power 6 pet pfd .. 2r» Interstate power 7 pet pfd , . 30 Iowa Electric Co 6% pet pfd 74 Iowa ,EIectric Co 7 pet p f d . . 7. 1 ) la Elec Lt Fo\v 6 pet pfd.... 72 la Elec Lt Pow 6Vi pet ptd 73 la Elec Lt Pow 7 pet pfd.. 75 IP. Power Lipht 6 pet prd .. 99 !i la Power Light 7 pet pfd .... l;)2 1 ,i la Public Serv 6 pet prd S9 la Public Sen- 6% pet p f d . . 90 la Public Serv 7 pet pfd 95 la South Util 6 pet pfd (H la South Util 6 ! ,L- pet pfd 65 la South mil 7 pet pM «" Minnesota P fc L 6 pet pfd .. 52 Minnesota P * 1. 7 pet pfd .... 92 Northern St power 6 pet pfd 79 Northern st po*ver 7 pet pfd SI N W Bell Tel 6 1 ,: pet pfd .. 1161s N W St Portland Cement 2-'i F.ath Packing 6 pet prd .....'. 98 Rath Packing 7 pet pfd 99 Rath Packing com 2't Sioux City G El 7 pet pfd S3 United U Rys 6 pet pfd Ii9 United Lt Rys 6.36 put pfd.. 70 United Lt Rys 7 pet pfd 77 Western Grocer pfd SO Western Grocer com 5V r, 23 Ti 100 95 19 27 32 76 SI S6 119 25 100 IM 26 at 71 INVESTMENT TRCSTS. (By The Associated rress) Bid and asked Saturday: Corporate Tr Sh Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod Dividend Sh · Maryland Fund Nationwide Sec · · · Nationwide Sec Vtc ..... N'or Amer Tr Sh Nor Amer Tr Sii 1955 ... Quarterly 7nc Sh Selected Am Sh Inc super Corp Am Tr A ... 1! S Kl I, *. T A I T P F.l 1. fr r B u s EI i. A r vic 3.24 . 2.5S . 3.21 .. 1.6fi ,.18.89 ,. 4.30 1.78 20.-13 4.-10 1.S9 l.W 1.7(1 Stock List 'EIV VOIIK STOCKS. (Saturday Final quotations) ir Reducl Loews 1 Chem Dye ISO-'Ji .m Can 12-l:i .m sm Ret S2?i Vm Sugar 54 J i T T 168 '.i 89 Maytag McKess Kob Mid Cont Pet Wont Ward Worrell Murray Corp Nash Nat Fisc Nat Cash Res Nat Dairy Nat Dlst Nat Pow 4 Lt N Y Cent Nor Pac Oliver Farm J c Penney Pcnn R P. Phillips Pet R C A Rev SI I Key Tob B Scars Rre Shell Union Soc Vac Sou Par. Stand Brands S O Calif S O 3nd S O N J Slew Warn Stone. Web Studcbaker Swift Co Tex Corp 2911 Tex Cult Sul Tlrnk Koll B Un Garb TJn Pac Unit Air Unit Corp Unit DruK U S Gypsum U S Rubber U S Steel Warner Pict West El t Mfg Woolworth Wrlglcy 31 21 Vt. 53% 27 79 U 14 S0',i 3 Hi 73 vi SVi 39 MIS, 61 Vi 17 28 ·% 24 % SO IS'.i IB'.i 313 48 1R : ,i 1014 W?i 39?i 20 :i ; IB li 34 24 30 ? 39 VI 70',1 33 U 42% 12'.;; Sl'.i IS'i IS'.il 33 in 41 'a .IS dm; 20 li IB i3U 2:1 3fi 3S£ BSVs S2 1.12 29 14'i 101 U 26 63 '.1 11-"1 114 V: SOU CHICAfiO STOCKS Saturday Final Quotation*. Cities Service 4-5i Nat Standard ter Northwest Ban 10=; Heilmann Br Co 11% Quaker Oats Katz Drue Rath Packing loEi; Sivilch 7'.; Swift t Co 23% ibby· NcNPil 'J'.i Bwitt Intl =2% Midwest Util .... U t i l i t y £ Ind. ...... at Leather 2 U Zenith I i H Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Bldg. Telephone No. 7 DO\V JOXEK AVERAGES Jndii. Bulls fills. Bonds lose . ...154.07 17.14 31.S4 101.81 rotal Sales 1,130,000 CHICAGO STOCKS lutler B'ros 10 Marshall Fields lfi"l !ord Corp t'£ Walgreen Co 31 "i :a!araazoo Stov 62 NE\V \OItK CL'KB m Gas Elcc 39 Kord Mo of Eng ,m Cyanamid B 36% Humble Oil Co Vin Su Pow Co 2-Y.i Lockheed r k N a t l Gas .V 6'.i Nias Hud Pow .soc G i El A 1 » Pcnrtroad Corp :an Ind Alk 9',-J S O Ky Co Ian Marconi 2 Un Gas Co :isler Elec 3,4, Un Li Pow Co II Bd Share 19=i Util P LI Co ord Mo of Can 25 Is NC\V VOHK STOCKS lasKa Juneau l. r i Hupp Motors llegheny 3-11 Intl Carriers vm For Pow 7=i Indust Rayon Vm Cry Sue Co 23 Kelvinator Co C Fy Co 31 Vb Lambert Co vm Pow t Li 10 Lchigh Port Ce vm Roll's Mills 29*s Liquid Carb Cp m Ra S Co 21 i Lorillard .mer Tob Co 89 Mack Truck .rmour Co 6Vs Mathieson Alk \rmour Co pf Sl',.l McK Rob ptd \s Dry Goods 16 r ri McLellan Stores \tl Ref 31 Minn, aioline Im Baldwin Loco SS M K fc T gs MfE Co 60 M^o Pac Bendix 2-1 Vs Motor Products BuUd'Mfg Co 135 No Amer Burr Add 29 No Amer Avi Byers A M CO 21'i, Otis Steel Co Caterpillar Trac 67 1 ,!: Owen 111 Glass Cerro de Pasco 51 Packard Motor Ches Ohio 56 Park Utah COP C H S P F prd 4H: Plymouth Coca Cola Co 91Vj Proc Gam Com Credit 49Vi Pub Ser of N J Com solvents 22 Pullman Cont Motor 3 Pure Oil Co Cudahy Packins 39 Purity Bakery Curt-Wri Co A 19'.I R K O Douglas Airc 69 Vi Rem Rand Eastman 161 Rea Motors Eaton Mfg Co 31 "i Simmons Co Elec \uto Lile 40Ts So Calif Ertison Elec POW H 15=1 Spcrry Corp Eric E R CO I-!'* st G- . E FJre'ne Ti Ru 30^ Tide Wa As Oil Foster-Wheeler 33 U S Ind Alch Freeport Tes 30"i U S Smelter Gen Am Trans 5SV= Util P Li A Glidden Co 47 Vanadium Gobel 7 '.i Un Gas Imp Gold Dust 20',s Warren Bros Graham Paige 3vi \Vestern Union Gt Nor pfd 35-U Worth'n Pump Houston Oil ll-i Yellow Truck Hudson Motor 177s Toungs S T STOCK MARKET IN SHARP RALLY Fading of European Fears of War Stimulus for Buying Rush. NEW YORK, CrB--Fading of European war fears Saturday brought one of the sharpest stock market rallies in several months. In the first hour's buying rush numerous recently depressed issues leaped ahead 1 to around 7 points and the ticker tape fell behind floor transactions. Although the pace slowed later, the close was strong. Transfers approximated 1,500,000 shares. The list encountered some profit taking just before the finish, but the majority of the leaders overrode this with little difficulty. Prices were around the best of the day as the final gong sounded. Buy Back Quickly. Traders who unloaded this commitment Friday "at the market" apparently decided to get them back quickly on the theory that peace will be maintained on the Franco-German front and that equities, believed of a disturbing handicap, would turn about and resume their climb. Wheat suffered declines of a cent or more a bushel and cotton held to a narrow range. Bonds followed stocks in retrieving much lost ground. Foreign currencies also moved against the dollar. Conspicuous Gainers. Conspicuous share gainers included U. S. Steel, Bethlehem, General Motors, Chrysler, Standard Oil of New Jersey, Amerada, Allied Chemical, Columbian Carbon, Case, International Harvester, Deere, du Pont, Eastman Kodak, American Telephone, Western Union, Electric Power Light, Consolidated Gas, Union Pacific, Santa Fe, New York Central, American Smelting, Douglas Aircraft and General Electric. While Wall Street observers, generally, have been of the opinion that a foreign conflagration would not be touched off at this time, it was realized that some "incident" could conceivably cause an upheaval. CHAl'XKK 40. The turmoil 'of thoughts beating against Thora's tired brain was stilled by a hurried rap on the door. She roused with a start, pushed the hair away from' her eyes. With a hasty pause before her mirror, she answered the summons. Nellie, the maid, was there. "Excuse me, Miss Thora," she began breathlessly, "but I got to speak to you a minute." "Of course, Nellie. Come in. What is it?" The girl closed the door and stood with her back against it. Her face was flushed and there were tears in her eyes. "Why, I saw Mr. Babbas come in and . . . I wasn't sure I put the towels in his bathroom, so ... I went up with some and . . . " "Yes?" The color in Nellie's cheeks deepened; her eyes fell. "He . . . he got fresh." "Oh." "Yes. he did. I'm not going to stand for that from any guy . . . I don't care who he is!" The tears in the maid's eyes were those of anger. "Of course not, Nellie." Thora ried to speak calmly, although her wn eyes darkened with the warmth f her indignation. The maid was ttle more than a child, and pretty. I am glad you told me, dear. After his, you need not attend to that oom. I will take care of it." "Ob, thanks, Miss Thora! I didn't Curb Market sv- ·29 i/ t 21 -i 23 : ;i 18 39 22 42 Vs 13 H 10 li '% 3 VI 35V- 44% 23% 147, 1S-S 52 86 86 30 Vi NEW YORK, (.f)--The curb market re- urned to the advancing column Saturday. A Lrons underlying tone in oils and some of .he metals led the way. Aluminum company advanced 7 points to 139, Gulf Oil was 2 ] ,i higher at above 96, and Newmont Mining gained nearly 2 at 90 well into the final hour. Other shares work- small fractions to more than a point up-rd included Electric E'ond and Shaie, \merican Gas. Lake Shore Mines. Pittsburgh Plate Glass and Wright Ilargreaves. Brokers reported the movement was aided lonsiderably by covering by those who wished o avoid a short position over the week-end .vhen some o.uarters looked for improvement n the Franco-German situation. Bond Market NEW YORK, (.Pi--Rail Issues pressed forward for sains of fractions to around two points in the bond market Saturday. U. S. governments were higher, and domestic corporate loans were generally up. Foreigns improved. Carrier liens which moved ahead for advances up to around two points by a late hour this morning, were Baltimore Ohio 4!is, St. Paul 5s, Eric 5s. Illinois Central 4Hs. . N e w York central 5s and Southern Railway 4s. The demand for these obligations was whipped up to some extent, banking circles said, by the brisk bidding rail equities. U. S. treasury obligations up from 2-32ds to as much as 5-32ds were the 3'.ls of 1941, the 27is and the 2 3 ,is of 1945. In the government guaranteed list the widest gainer was Federal Farm Mortgage 3s of 1949. up about 5-32ds shortly before noon. In the corporate division American Rolling Mil! 4 Us again came into favor with a rise of more than 2 points, after its recent protracted encounter with profit tak- inp. other issues v.-hich stiffened were Goodyear os and Wahvorth 4s. The action of the foreign group did little to illuminate the sentiments of holders. While French 7 ] .~s were down about ' points. German Mis were a little higher and Italian 5s a little off. mow just what to do. At first, I vas going to tell Ted because I tnew he'd . . . " "No. no!" Thora interrupted swift- y. "We mustn't do anything like hat. Mr. Babbas should not have orgotten himself, of course, but he ives in another country . . . where leople have different ideas than we do. I'm sure he meant no harm." Then he'd better go back," Nellie suggested darkly. "I'm not going to have any foreigner pawing me!" "I know. But we must remember that Mr. Babbas is Miss Wilma's ·uest. Don't mention this to anyone, please. Try to forget it. Every- hing will he all right." 'I'd do anything you want me to, Miss Thora." "I know. Run along now." Thora sank wearily into a chair, as the door closed behind her caller. What a day this had been. The past few hours seemed like ome dream. It was hard to realize hat it all was true . . . that it -nust be true. Sherman Gordon had old her that he loved her. He want- d her to believe that he had loved cr from the first time that he ever aw her. That accounted for some of he things he had said when they irst met, for that surprising dec- aration that had marked their first ide together. She could understand now. It did not occur to Thora now to :oubt Gordon's sincerity. He had leen so in earnest when he told her f his love, his lean face and dark yes alight with intensity. He be- ieved what he was saying, but . . But why had there been no answering thrill? After all, it was the first time any man had ever told Thora Dahl that le loved her. Mr. Gordon had not .sked her to marry him. But it was . proposal. He had spoken about his father and mother . . of course hat was what he meant. Perhaps a man did fall deeply in love like that, Produce Lamson Brothers Market Letter GRAIN BETTER, CHICAGO--(Saturday) Wheat--Prices opened sharply lower Saturday morning influenced mostly by the disappearance of the political situation more or less in Europe. Although there was no moisture over the southwest, July whsat was under "pressure Saturday, selling coming from commission house. There were 115.000 bushels o£ wheat sold out of this market. There were some reports from the southwest stating there was urgent need of rain within the nest TO days to prevent serious deterioration. Winnipeg was sharply lower all day but export business was placed at r00.000 bushels. Apparently the best time to buy wheat futures when the maruet turns reactionary and it is noticeable that commission houses in place of buying when the market starts up are more on the fcH'n~ ?}df. Corn--There was sornc scllinc of r«rti Fatu r d a y by cash and rommteFinn licuses. Receipts were light, only sr, cars, of which 6.". were !=o!d on consignment. Limits firm and higher. Miscellaneous POTATO MARKET (Saturday Market) CHICAGO. LPi--U. S. department of agriculture-- Potatoes 109. on track 181. total U. S. shipments 979: seed stock, local offerings for sood stock very liS h t- demand active; table stock Idaho Russet Burbanks Rood stock slightly stronger, demand better, northern and western stock firm, demand moderate: sacked per cwt.: Idaho Russet Burbanks U. S. No. 1. J1.75®1.85, U. S. No 2. SI.5091.65: Wisconsin Round Whites U. S. No. 1. SI.20®!,25; North Dakota Eiiss Triumphs N. S. No. J. .ins partly craded S1.35^1.-12Vj: Early Ohios unclassified SI.25: Minnesota Cobblers U. S. No. 1. and partly graded SI.15. unclassified .*.!.."ifK/ ( I..7r; Colorado McCiures I*. S. No, 1. SI.S0$l.87'^: Nebraska Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1. ami partly smiled sl.sOfiil.GS; 'e** I n n n cariots, Florida buprtet rrates Bliss Triumphs U. S. No. 1. rw Mies ?2 prr data MASON ClTY_For Saturday Cast Quotations by E. G. Morse Eggs, current receipts 14o Springs, heavy breeds 160 Leghorn springs 13c Stags, heavy breeds .14c Heavy hens, 4 Ibs. and over ....16e Under 4 Ibs. , 13c Cocks - lOc Turkeys, No. 1 20o Geese lOc Ducks 12c Merchants Quotations Eggs, in trade 16-lSc f Eggs, cash 15-17C* Butter, Iowa State Brand 38c Butter, Com Country 37c Butter, Kenyon's 37c Butter, Very Best 38i Butter, Brookfield 37i Potatoes, peck 30c and 45c ·EDITOR'S NOTE--These repre sentative quotations were obtainei by calling several grocery stores. CHICAGO 1'ROUUCK (Saturday .Market) C H I C A G O . I.PI--Butter S.936. firm ffieamerv specials !93 score) 31!i£t32c; e.\ tras (92) 31c; extra firsts (90-91) 30V-.5 30 : ;-ic; firsts (SS-S9) 29vi fi;30!.ic; stand ards (90 centralized cariots) 31c. Eggs 10.2S7, steady; extra firsts loca 15c, cars 19Uc; fresh graded firsts to IS'.^c.. cars 19c; current receipts 18c. Poultry, .ive, 6 trucks, steady; hens Ibs. and less 23c, more than 5 Ibs. 20 1 .i.c Leghorn hens 19V:C; springs 2-l@25c: fr ers 24ff25c; broilers 2324c: roosters le'.it turkeys 18«I23c; heavy white ducks 24c small 21c. heavy colored ducks 23c. sma 20c: geese l. r c; capons 7 Ibs. up 26c. Ics than 7 Ibs. 25c. Dressed turkeys steady, prices unchanged PRODUCE FUTURES. (Saturday .Market) CHICAGO. (.Vi--Butler [ u t i i r f s rlosci Storacft standards March ^lc; storage stand anis iVovrmbrr 2fic. Kgp [uturcs: K e f r l ^ r a l o r slan'tards. Oc lohcr 21 ' , r ; f r c « h ^radr.i f i r s i r . March U'c stoiage packed tirsls, A p r i l :0';c. | stead, there had been one disturbing tuation after another. She was uddenly conscious that she was ery tired. Of everything. It was a emptation, almost, to subscribe to Vilma's philosophy. Even if she ever learned to love Sherman Goron, she could insure the future for erself and . . . She roused herself with a start. It ·as time to dress, to go down and versee the dinner arrangements. Vfter all, she was Selwyn Marsh's ousekeeper. Nothing more . . . even tot place was not secure now. As she stood before the mirror rranging her hair, staring rather uriously at the girl in the glass. he believed that she understood one f the underlying causes of her eart's ache. She was homesick! Suddenly and esperately homesick. If only she could go to her mother ith her difficulties, rest her tired ead on that gentle shoulder, feel hose slim arms about her . . . as ifhen she was a little girl. That was enied her now. As far as she could now, it always would be that way. 'nless . . . If she accepted Sherman Gordon, it might be the way ut. Hjalmar Dahl would approve, time . . - allow her to come ome. . . . Thinking of that again! It wouldn't do. She was giving the last touches to er toilet, when there came another ap on her sitting room door. Think- ng that Nellie must have returned, !ie walked from the bedroom call- ng out a pleasant, "Come in." The door opened. Alec Babbas tood there, smiling. (TO BE CONTINUED) suddenly. Any woman might be proud to win the love of a man like Sherman Gordon. There was no question that iie was very much a gentleman. Even Mr. Marsh had admitted that . said he had "brains and breeding." And Mrs. Steele . . . her words kept returning to Thora's mind. "Brilliant . . . wealthy . a very wonderful catch for some lucky girl." Why had she said that? Could it be possible that Mr. Gordon had said something to Mrs. Steele? As he admitted he did to Mr Marsh? Was Mrs. Steele trying to further his cause, possibly for i sons of her own? It all was so confusing. Through and above it all was dull wonder that she was not more elated. She was conscious only tha her heart was filled with a strange unrest. It was almost a hurt. Why " As she tried to recall it, that had come with Mr. Gordon's reference ti Selwyn Marsh. Just why did hi think that Mr. Marsh should be told'. He was in no way responsible fo Thora Dahl. This might very easily change their relations now . . was almost sure to. Mr. Mars: might even think that she had tak en advantage of his kindness b; trying to win his young neighbo for herself. In her perplexity, Thora did no allow herself to be particularly con cerned over Nellie's visit and it cause. She had tried to be fair i her conclusions about Mr. Babbas This last episode filled her wit: something very near disgust. I seemed such a pity that Wilma wa about to give herself to a man lik that . . . what chance of happines could she ever have? Why hadn' Mr. Gordon fallen in love wit Wilma instead? It would hav seemed so suitable for all concerned Life at Fair Acres had promise so much for Thora . . . temporar peace and rest, at all events. In GOVKRNJ1ENT BONUS (Saturday Market) NEW YORK. (.!"'--U. S. governmcn bonds closed: Treasury 4 U s 47-52 117.13. Treasury 4s 4-1-55 blank. Treasury 3%s 40-43 June blank. Treasury 3?',s 43-47 107.29. Treasury 3'.ss 46-49 105.1, Treasury 3s 51-55 103.2S. NEW YORK PRODUCE. (Saturday Market) NEW YORK, l.l'l--Butter 9.563. slight firmer, creamery, higher than rxtra 32V 33!l-c; CNtra (92 score) 32',;c: firsts (90-9 scores! 325'32'.ic: centralized (90 score) Cnce.-.'e 7P.I25. itim; rirjcfs jmrhan^rd. I.lvc poultry steady. fc'y Irci?ht: All price l-a,ly; mixr.l colors un AGED RESIDENT OF DUMONT DIES uneral Sunday for Henry Becker, 85; 5 Daughters Are Survivors. DUMONT -- Henry Becker, 85, ied at the home of his daughter, Irs. George Hanawalt, 4 miles orthwest of here, from pneumonia nd -old age Infirmities. Born in alena, 111., he came with his wife o a farm south of Aredale in 1901. he died in 1908. Surviving are five hlldren, Mrs. George Hanawalt, Du- nont; Mrs. Dave Hanawalt Of Du- iont, Mrs. Ed. Jackson of Dumont, /Lrs. Fred Hilliker of Kcsley. Mrs. iarry Jackson of Rockford, a rother, Charles, in Galena, and 35 randchildren. A brother. Christian. 7. died a month ago. Funeral serv- ces will be Sunday afternoon at le Brethren church, the Rev. Mr. arboe in charge. HOPKINS STATES RELIEF DEFENSE )eclares Work Assailed for Political and Selfish Reasons. NEW YORK, /P)--Declaring that new deal work relief is being as- ailed "maliciously for political and elfish personal reasons," Harry L. Jopkins entered a twofold defense "iaturday. The works progress chief said the irogram is "relieving distress and -dding brick and good, sound dol ars to our national wealth at the ame time." In a speeca delivered at a meet- ng of the United Neighborhood Houses, Hopkins slashed at the loover administration. Hopkins Raps Hoover. The record of the previous administration," he said, "is charac- erized by failure to provide food and shelter for destitute citizens, he failure to provide work for the Trillions of unemployed, the failure o take one substantial step to al- ay the fears and misgivings of a lation." Turning to the policies of the Roosevelt administration, he said' "First of all, the hungry have been fed, clothed and housed. That'p :he first consideration always, bu' n addition to that we have thousands of miles of new and improved lighways and farm-to-market roads " improvec miles o sewer and water and electric lines thousands of acres of parks, play grounds and recreation fields, and lew airports by the hundreds. Kcsearch Encouraged. Scientific research has been en couraged; tax and municipal sur veys made; vast projects in the in terest of public health concluded the making of books in Braille fo the blind, and music and art and drama projects for the enrichmen of our cultural life have been un dertaken." Praising white collar work, ou of which, he said, "the cry of boon doggling arose," he asserted: We have no apologies to mak for giving employment to tens o thousands of professional men an women. Rather do we resent, .0 their behalf, the malicious effort made to deprive them of the modes security which these jobs giv them." thousands of new and schools; thousands of Joice Spelling Team Wins at County Mee JOICE--The seventh and eight grade spelling team from her came home with honors Wednesda after competing in Manly at th county contest. The team won first Fern Kaasa won first over all an Lorraine Larson won second ove all. Other members of the team wer Eugene Petersburg. Lorraine Sla turn, who is the only seventh grad er. and Dorothy Otto. The team misspelled only 17 words in th whole contest. The team next i ranking misspelled 54. The two firs winners represent the county in th next contest. These winning brought a cup to the school. Mrs Amos Bang is the instructor. 'loyd County Women's Clubs to Meet in Rudd ROCKFORD--Mrs. Max Walker, 'loyd county chairman of the Fed- rated Women's clubs, announces ie annual county meeting of the lubs to be held in the Methodist hurch at Rudd April 2, beginning t 1 p. m. Mrs. Rob Roy Cerney, Mason City, fourth district commit- :ewoman, will appear on the program and all clubs in the county v'M present a part of the program ut definite program plans are not ompletcd. D low Opens Road From Cresco to Riceville RICEVILLE--Sixteen cars fol- owed the snow plow into Riceville rom Cresco on No. 9 at 3 p. m., "riday. The road east of Riceville ,ad been blocked since Wednesday light. This community wag the vestern limit of the blizzard Wed- esday night and Thursday. jfelong Resident Near Ridgeway Dies; Funeral Will Be Held Saturday RIDGEWAY -- Funeral services or Mrs. Gilbert Christen, who died uesday at her home in Madison ownship, will be held Saturday af- ernoon at the Madison Lutheran hurch. The Rev. M. D. Quill will fficia.te. Mrs. Christen, the daugh- er of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Johnson f Rugby, N. Dak., was born at iugby April, 1903. She was married o Gilbert Christen in Decorah on an. 13, 1926. Their entire married ife was spent in Madison township, she is survived by her parents, hree sisters, one brother of Rugby," N. Dak., her husband and one daughter, Gail. [o-Jo White Teaches Star Underhander Base-Running LA.KELAND, .(.T)-- Elden Auker, submarine hurler of the Tigers and no mean hand with the ash, plans to do some sliding this season. He placed himself under the tutorship of Gerald Walker but Jo-Jo White nterruptcd the session to offer the benefit of his celebrated "scissors slide" -- which Auker could do without. figured he -lanlontown Wins Tourney as Final Opponents Give Up When Blocked by Snow K. I. S. M. TOURNAMENT AT IIANLONTOWN (First Round) Forest City ,10; Thompson 23. Bnl.-e 22; Elmore 17. Hanumtown 21; Fertile lit. (Second Hound) Buffalo Center 25: Bricelyn 23. Forrst City 28; Rake 20. Hanlontown 28: Buffalo Center 23. (Consolation) Rake 2: Buffalo Center (1 (forfcii). (Championship) HanlontoiTn 3: Forest City 0 (forfeit). HANLONTOWN -- Hanlontown's Independents won the North Iowa- Southern Minnesota basketball tournament at Rake by default when Forest City failed to arrive for the final game due to weather conditions. In place of the regular scheduled championship game an exhibition game was played between Rake, the consolation champions, and Hanlontown, Rake winning in a closely contested battle, 28 to 22. Cub Lefty Must Face Team of Right Handed Clubbers SAN ANTONIO, (/P)--Pie Traynor of the Pirates figures on pulling a fast one on Lefty Henshaw when the latter takes the mound for the Cubs in Tuesday's barnstormer. Pie has lined up eight righthand hitters for the southpaw to meet, the only exception being Arky Vaughan. WRESTLING To Manage Waterloo Store. EAGLE GROVE--L. W. Middleton, who has operated a piano and general musical merchandise store here for 25 years, and has been traveling representative for the Adams company of Fort Dodge and Waterloo, distributors of Norge electric refrigerators in Iowa, has been appointed manager of a complete "Norge" mrechandise store at Waterloo. Suffers Broken Jiins. LAKOTA--Mrs. Henry AHhoff, while doing chores about her farm home n o r t h of town, fell and broke several ribs. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS BUFFALO--Ernie Zcllcr. 233. Xe\v Tnrt, defeated Rudy La nitre. 227. l'oilghkcep«lc, N. V., Uvo out of three fulln. XORTH BERGEN. X, -I.--lew Dusi-k, "17, Omaha, Neltr,, defeated George Kovcily. 3lil. California, unc fall. BOSTOX--Dnnno O'.Mahoney, 225, Ireland, threw Kick Lutzc, 200. Los Angeles, one fall. HOCKEY By THE ASSOCIATED TRESS INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE Windsor 4: PittsbnrEli 3. Truck With Cattle Upset. SWEA CITY--Goodman Hundsness. truck driver, tipped over with a load of cattle on highway No. 9 Friday. He was hauling the stock for Julius Rolfc who is moving to the William Chrislensen f a r m southeast of Swea City. .'' i \

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