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FOURTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE MARCH 30 1934 GLOBE-GAZETTE, OILERS WINNERS Leo Carle Sets Up 232 High Single, Sondergaard Gets Top Series With 572. FKEDAY GABIES Birum-Olson vs. Studcbaker Six, 1 and 2. Gallagher's Pontlacs vs. Bua- welser, 3 and 4. The Globe-Gazette and Northern Oiler bowlers were winners in two games out of three at the City league contests of Thursday night, A. M. Schanke and the Schmidt City Club team's taMng the defeats. A high game of 232 was rolled by Leo Carle of the Globe-Gazette, while A. Sondergaard set up 572 for the high series, an average of 191. In addition to Carle and Son- derraard, Hans G. Pusch, T. Clausen and W. Sheka rolled 200 singles- The A. M. Schanke second game was the only 1,000 in the team ·scores. $000 apiece, while Mehlhora drew down $400. Dunlap was awarded the amateur first prize. NEW BOSSES SET OUT FOR TOP OF 1934 STANDINGS (Continued From Sports Pane) ton Braves both figure to be in the pennant scramble, making It a five- cornered affair for the second straight year, chiefly because each has unusually strong pitching prospects. The Cardinals also have enough speed and power to lift the club to the top, providing the Dean boys, Tex Carleton. Bill Hallahan and Jesse Haines all come through in the box. Virgil Davis, the slugging backstop, is the principal addition. _ The Braves will sorely miss their veteran pepper-box, Rabbit Maranville, the victim of a broken leg in an exhibition game two days ago but Manager Bill McKechnie has come up with another pitching "find," Clarence pickrel, to aid an already well-balanced staff. New Pilot on Job. HOG MARKET MAKES SHOW OF STRENGTH GLOBE-GAZETTE riaj-cre-- 1st Znd 3rd W. McCauley . 3 SI 3SJ "3 C. Mnllan ... 189 J77 158 It. Powell .... 181 138 169 T. Collolon ... 151 143 1,13 t . Catle ..... "5 I 55 3 ~ Iot:lt 489 5!4 Actual Flos. Handicap .. . 837 . -o 897 !491 70 2S8 Total Mm .... 913 833 973 2719 SCHMIDT'S CITY CLTJB Players-- *·. Schmidt 9C. claasen . Weber Strong J. Ryan Vi. Howard . 1st ICO 170 118 133 . 136 2nd 145 303 1ZG 189 199 3rd 140 144 143 1G1 170 Actual Pins.. 719 Handicap ... 99 Total 445 DIG 143 244, 483 503 !338 278 Av. 148 173 780 93 " Total Pin 818 »CO 838 2616 873 Flayers-- ·IV. Shekn ... G. Snook .. Doe Bishop I). Molter . K. Badcllfte. Actual Plnj., Handicap .., A. M. SCHANKE S CO. 2nd 3rd Total '. 1Z5 . 167 212 179 148 193 182 914 SI 198 163 179 175 189 873 97 135 321 493 SOB J13 155 163 lot 109 851 90 Total Fins ____ 843 1011 970 S824, SOUTHERN OttEBS -- Is* -" A 3rd Total H. Lee "8 H. Matter .... 100 H. rn»ch 213 A. Sondergaard 108 F. Dnncan ... 1M Actual PlM- W Handicap ... 41 180 187 191 164, 191 118 S13 194 946 41 541 5,15 672 036 S733 123 total Tin, .... 8M 935 987 2876 SOD 397 ATHLETES IN PREP MEET High School Track Marks to Be in Danger as State's IOWA CITY, March 30.-- When U 97 young athletes from 43 Iowa , "high schools stage their six-hour i , assault on state indoor interscholastic records in the track and field meet at the University of Iowa Saturday, at least seven marks will be New pilots have taken the helm of the other three National league clubs but all any of them can hope for is that he will keep his outfit from last place. Of the trio, Bob O'Farrell's Cincinnati Reds, occupants of the cellar in 193S, have shown the most improvement, especially in hitting, but it is a question how consistently the pitching staff will help, headed by Paul Derringer, Si Johnson, Dazzy Vance, Larry Benton and Sylvester Johnson. Casey Stengel, new boss of the Brooklyn Dodgers, also has limited pitching prospects, with a staff built around Van Mungo, and lacks real batting drive. The. Phillies, handicapped now by the absence of Dick Bartell with a spike wound, pin their hopes on Jimmy Wilson's ability to gets results from a flock of erratic pitching arms. The club also is gambling on the ability of two new infields to come through. It will miss the slugging of Davis and Klein. CHIOZZA GETS" WINNING RUN FOR TWO TILTS (Continued froia Sports Page) and Joe Kohlman, Pleasantville, N J another semi-pro twirler, was told by Connie Mack that the manager would try to place him in a class D league organizing in Pennsylvania. BEDS TAMPA, Fla,: Nearing the regular season with his players round- tag well into shape, Manager Bob OTarrell of the Cincinnati Reds today made some predictions on the probable composition of his team. Hafey, Comorosky, Moore and Shiver seem almost sure of outfield bertha Johnny Gill or Pug Bach may get another similar position. O'Farrell intends that '"· " T " 1 RISKDLUS GAINS FAVOR IN DERBY Brilliant Showing in Agua Boosts Stock of Young Horse for May 5. LOUISVILLE, Ky., March 30. UP) --If his showing in the Agua Caliente Handicap means anything, Riskulus is going to be a hard horse to beat in the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs May 5. By finishing second to his stable- mate, Gallant Sir, Riskulus boosted his Derby stock sky high. And unless he goes wrong in training he is more than likely to have a considerable following when the bluebloods line up at the barrier for the outstanding classic of American turf- dom. Riskulus ran rings around older horses and gave away weight to all the field that trailed him at Agua Caliente. He packed 108 pounds, which, according to the scale of weight for March, was the proper Dr. Dowell Heading Meeting on Direct Livestock Purchase DES MOINES, March 30. UP)--A conference to co-ordinate .preliminary data in the federal study of direct livestock marketing continued here today under the direction of Dr. A. A. Dowell of Washington. Attending the sessions are several federal officials and field men summoned here by Dr. Dowell. The survey, launched by Secretary Wallace, is to provide a basis for national legislation. , burden for a three year old to shoulder. Under the March scale, Pari-Mu- tuel and Boardwalker, who finished third and fourth, respectively, should have carried 128 pounds, on Rush and Bonny Grafton 124 and Prince Pest 128. But Puri-Mutuel carried only 116, Boardwalker 112, On Rush 102, Bon- Grafton 104 and Prince Pest 103. In the Kentucky Derby Rickulus and all the other colts will carry 126 pounds. Pennsylvanians Take Victory Over Local Pistol Team in Match The pistol team of the Cerro Gordo Rifle clu'D, inc., lost a third round match in the National Rifle association Gallery Interclub Pistol league No. 3 to the Johnston, Pa., Rifle club, by a score of 1,312 to 1,324. Following are the record scores of the five high men on the local team: L. B. Allstot alt OK ·"" W. K. Winnie C. Lewis Hazel Allstot CONTRACTS FOR HOGS TO BE LET Amounts to Be Bought for Relief Will Depend on Bids. WASHINGTON, March 30. UP)-Farm administration officials said today contracts for government purchase of live hogs for relief needs will likely be let tomorrow or Monday. Amounts to be purchased, markets where hogs will be bought, and the length of the time which the contracts will run will depend largely on the bids submitted, Dr. Louis H. Dean, economic adviser to the administration, told reporters. Contracts will be similar to those under which March purchases were made in allowing the government wide latitude in its purchasing activities. March contracts allowed the purchase of 15,000 hogs per day or any part of that number. It was held unlikely the amount will be as high in the new contract. 93 85 74 78 Emerson Decker ....84 97 93 95 90 90 285 266 25T 252 252 PRICES STEADY TO 5 CENTS UP Top Moves Up to $4.50 With Bulk Selling From $4 to $4.45. CHICAGO, March 30. iiB--The hog market displayed a little strength today despite weakness of the dressed pork trade and prices ranged from steady to 5 cents higher. The top moved up to $4.50 with tbe bulk selling from 54 to 54.45. Announcement of a continuation of government purchasing of hogs for relief purposes was probably a stimulus to the rather tired market. It was ascertained today that a 20 day program of buying for federal relief purposes will begin Monday to replace the one for two weeks which for all practical purposes, expired today. Bids were to be openec in Washington today for purchases of 100 to 210 Ib. hogs. Previously 100-240 Ib. animals had been taken The new program was planned to take in lower grade hogs than thr present one which calls for onl; good and choice animals. No offi cial announcement has been made on the matter, but it is though that probably around 7,500 heat will be taken daily at eight of th leading markets. This will probably give Chicago a quota of around 2,300 head, unchanged from the pre vious quota. Cattle trade was of tbe usua ·endangered. It is not expected, however, that same tenth school, have run of a second of he and Lombard! will do most all the catching. Either Manion or La Veque may be retained as auxiliary. Si Johnson, Paul Derringer and Larry Benton are rated the first three starting pitchers. The pilot goes strong for hurlers and may the wholesale slaughter of marks which accounted for 10 new records in 14 events last year will be duplicated, but records in the 50-yard dash, high hurdles, half and mile runs, medley mile relay, pole vault, and high jump are hi jeopardy. For instance, Kinch of Washington Cedar Rapids, and Nance of the ' . . , -- -- within a- the high iuraWand 50-yard dash times, and Clemens of Grant, Cedar Rapids, has bettered the mile mark. Schiebel of Davenport last week was an inch and one-half over the pole vault height, and Mauley of Clinton approached the high jump standard, while Ottumwa was less than a second away from the medley relay time In the half mile, Graves of Cherokee is capable of cracking his OTsm record. These are the official meet records: Team total ........ 414 465 433 1312 Johnston club ..... 415 452 457 1324 This week's match is with the Bradford Pistol and Revolver club of Bradford, Pa, TKACK EVENTS ftuh-- :05.t--Kelson, 80 yard dasfc-- :05.t-- aeuoiit Clinton 19 MO yar4 flash-- :51.3-- PnllUns, *lty Hlgn, 1933. 880 jard ran-- S:02.3-- Graves, 1933' One mil6 ran -- 1:4.2.8 -- J. Sturti: M 60' yaW Wgft turtles-- :0?.S-- Connolly. JDobuane, 1933. 60 yard low hnrdtes-- :06.0-- Nelson, Clln- mite relay-SHO.S-Cllnton, tinlver- Cherokee, Clinton, mile nlaj-- 3:K.4-- Oshaloosa, 1933 One mile rclar-- 3:36.7-- Newton. 1929. Two mile rclw-- 8:26.6-- Cherokee, 1933. WIELD EVENTS role Tsnll-- 12 feel-- Martin, Traer, 1931. Hllth jump-- B feet 10% Inches-- Mailscn, ^ro'ad jump-- JS feet 9% Inches-- Nelson, Clinton, 1933. .. Shot pnt-- 11 feet 8,i Inches-- Earl, Sorth Des Molnes, 1931. PicardWinsinN-S Open as Aces Drop Back of 283 Record PINEHURST, N. Car., March 30. ·JP)-- Henry Picard, the 27-year-old professional from Charleston, S. Car., today had $1,000 in his pocket and the north and south open golf championship under his wing as rewards for a consistent 72-hole performance. Picard proved his mettle down the 36-hole stretch yesterday with a brilliant galaxy of tried campaigners close on his heels. His scores for the 72-hole event were 69-68-74-72--283, one under par. That score was three strokes better than those registered by the three who tied for runnerup. · Horton Smith, Harry Cooper and the national amateur champion, George T. Dunlap, Jr. Back of the three runnersup was Bill Mehlhorn, the rangy Louisville, Ky., pro with 288. Smith and Cooper divided second \ snd third place money, getting! Kysa otiuxift . *·«· -- - - - , carry 10 and shave down the catching department. S PIRATES LOS ANGELES: Lamhasted 5 to 1 in the opener of a four-game w . E. Kenyon engagement with the Chicago Cubs, L . E. Allstot Pittsburgh's Pirates took to the E. F. Tims field today with cries of "let's get j. F . Hanes it back." .,. S. A. Brose Augie Galan and Dolph CamilU banged out homers for the Chicagoans while Rookie Lloyd Johnson, burning 'em in for the Pirates, had trouble locating the plate. The Buccos outbatted the Cuhs 13 to 5. CUBS L03 ANGELES--Kiki Cuyler, who for seasons ranked as the only real speedster among the Chicago Cubs still has plenty of foot. Thoroughly recovered from an ankle fracture suffered last spring, Cuyler has been more than keeping up with this year's crop of fleet youngsters. Yesterday, against the Pirates he raced from center field into right to snag a long drive by Gus Suhr, and actually passed Rightfielder Tuck Stainback en- route. BKOWNS WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.--"inside stuff," especially base sliding, is being stressed by Manager Hogers Hornsby of the Browns. Hornsby 19 the first manager of the Browns to introduce the sliding pit for years. Except for the pitchers, each player is required to show his skill or lack thereof at this almost obsolete form of training. INDIANS NEW ORLEANS--Odell Bale's presence in centerfield as the Cleveland Indians defeated the New- Orleans Pelicans 5 to 4 yesterday may have seemed strange, but Man- Mason Cityans Take Rifle Victory, Win Thirp Place in Loop The rifle team of the Cerro Gordo Rifle club Inc., of Mason City, won its final match and third place in the Iowa State Rifle Association Rifle league by defeating the Des Monies Postoffice Rifle team 9-28 to 885. Following are the round scores of the five high men on the local team: Stand- Team Member--Prone ing Total Homeless Cats and Dogs Assured Over 2 Million Dollars CHICAGO, March 30. (!P)--Homeless cats and dogs were · assured more than S2,000,000 of an estate traceable to a pioneer Chicago grocer. The animals lost $284,834 yesterday when seven first cousins of Mrs. Marion E. McConnell, a widow, dropped their efforts to contest her -,vill upon receipt of a latter sum for division among them. In her will, Mrs. McConnell left the major portion of her $3,000,000 estate to homeless cats and dogs and specific bequests totaling $205,000 to cousins. The animals were to be provided for through the Anti-Cruelty society of Chicago which was bequeathed 40 per cent, and the American Humane association of New York, 40 per cent. Boy Scouts of America were bequeathed 20 per cent. Mrs. McConnell died Oct. 25, 1931, at the age of 74. She was the daughter of Horace Warren, pioneer Chicago grocer. Eriday cleanup variety with price ruling around steady. Quality wa plain with the bulk of steers selhn; for $4.75 to S6.50. Sheep were slow getting unde ay but indications pointed to steady market. Good fat lambs wer held well above 59.25 with most bid at 58 and below. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, JIarch 30.-HOGS Hog Markets Hog p: MIDWZST IJOGS ·ices at midwest markets Friday: Produce U'ATEKLOO--Prime hogs ISO to 200 Ibs. 3 30fi3.60; 200 to 260 11)3. 53.40^3.70; 60 to 300 Ibs. $3.30@3.60: 300 to 325 Ibs. 3.20^3.50; 325 to 350 Ibs. 53.10@3.-10; ood packers S2.80S3. CBUAB RAl'JUS--Corn and hogs un- mnged. OTTUMWA--HOKS unchanged to 5 cents Igher; 110-160 Ibs., 52.25; 160-1SO Ibs., i.25i 180-220 Ibs., $3.70: 220-2-10 Ibs., 3.85- 240--260 ibs., J3.SO; 2CO-280 Ibs., 370- 280-310 Ibs., 53.60; 350-350 Ibs., 3.45; over 350 Ibs.. $3.05 to $3.35: packers nder 350 Ibs., 52.80 to S3.10: packers. 35050 Ibs., $2.70 to $3; packers over 500 Ibs.. 2.50 to 52.80: thin packers and pigs priced t killing values. DES MOINKS--5 to 10 cents higher; 120160 Ibs.. $2 to S3; 160-300 Ibs., $3 to 3.80: 300-400 Ibs., 53.30 to $3.50; good ackers, 52.70 t $3.10. COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS DES MOINES, March 30. I.W--(U. S. de- artment of agriculture)--Combined hog re- eipts at 22 concentration yards and 7 pack- ng plants located in interior Iowa and outhern Minnesota for the 24 hour period nded at 8 a- rn. today were 18.800, com- arcd with 14,200 a week ago and 13,100 year ago. Slow, mostly steady -with early Thursday, iccaslonal yards 10 cents higher; loading continued light. Quotations lollow: Good and choice: Light lights, 140-160 IDs., ^.80 to $3.60; light weights, 160-180 Ibs., i3.25 to $3.90: 180-200 Ibs., $3.00 to 53.95; medium weights. 200-220 Ibs., $3.70 to 54 05- 220-250 Ibs., 53.70 to S4.05: heavy weights, 250-290 Ibs., 53.60 to 54; 290-350 Ibs., 53.45 to 53.85. Packing sows, good: 275-350 Ibs., $3 to J3.35; 350-425 Ibs., J2.80 to 53.20; 425-550 Ibs., $2.75 to $3.05. MASON CITY, March 30.-Cash Quotations by E. G. Morae Eggs ( current receipts) ........ 13c Heavy hens, 4 Vz Ibs. and over ..10c Light hens .................... 6c Springs (heavy breeds) ........ lOc Springs (Leghorn breeds) ....... 6c Stags .......................... 6c Old cocks (heavy) .................. c Ducks .................... . . . . .7c Geese ......................... 6c Turkeys, No. 1 ............... 13c Merchant* Quotations Eggs', cash ................ 12-Mc* Eggs, in trade ............. 14-16C* Butter, Plymouth ............. 29c Butter, Clear Lake Butter, State Brand utter. Very Best ............ o utter, Dairy Maid ............ ·»: otatoes, peck ................ 30c EDITOR'S NOTE -- These repre- ntative quotations were obtained / calling several downtown grocery ores. MOST MARKETS CLOSE FOR DAY Financial and Commodity Exchanges Observing Good Friday. NEW YORK, March 30. (/Pi--Most of the financial and commodity markets, domestic and foreign, observed Good Friday by suspending business. The exceptions included dairy, poultry, Boston wool, and federal reports of the various- livestock cen- Sic to 53.70; good 130-lSO Ib. averages, $3.25 to $3.75: sows, 53.15 to 53.25. SHEEP--3,000; load choice handy weight lambs to- shippers, 59-15, around 25 cents higher; talking around steady lor others; holding most better grade lambs above 59; other killing classes scarce, quoted little changed; late Thursday lambs fully steady; top, 58.00; bulk, $8.75 to mostly 58.90. OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA. March 30. (.TV--(U. S. department of agriculture)--HOGS--6,000; moderately active, strong to 10 cents higher; good to choice 180-240 Ibs., $3.30 to 53.90; lop 54 for choice 190-200 Ib. -weights; medium grades down to 53.50; desirable 260-300 IDS 53 00 to 53.80; 300-340 Ibs., $3.40 to $3.60- 140-180 Ibs.. 53 to 53.80; pigs scarce- packing sows, 53.10 to 53.25; stags, 52.50 to $3; average cost Thursday, 53.49 W C\TTLE --1.000; calves, 100; killing classes slow, steady; stockers and feeders scarce; fed steers and yearlings, $4.75 to $6 few yearlings, 56.25; heifers mostly $4.50 tc $525; beet cows, S2.60 to 53.75: cutte grades, 51.75 to $2.40; medium bulls. $2.65 to 52.75- odd head, 52.85; practical top veal crs, $5.50; odd head to Independents, Sf SHEEP -- 4,500: Including 230 heat through; entire supply slaughter Iambs ,mbs active, early sales 10 to 25 cent Unchanged. Best sorted llgbts_....... : -- 200-S40 . 260-300 300-350 300-350 350-400 Best big heavy sows, smooth 450-DOO Light lights, fair to good, (140, 160 180) 52.30, 53.00, CATTLE Best medium weight butchers 240-260 Best heavy butchers ...... Best prime heavy butchers Best packing sows, smooth Best heavy sows, smooth 53.05 53.65 53.55 53.45 52.00 52.80 $2.70 $3.20 CholcB VOUEE stecra .. 900-1,000 J4.75-3.SO M y d eSng°s E t«r. .... 900-1,000 S3.75-4 « CholM "on, fed steers 1,000-1,200 J4.50-5.25 .100 . 99 . 9T .100 .100 89 87 85 83 Team total ...496 432 189 186 1S5 185 183 928 Following is the final standing of the various clubs in the league: Becker-Cliapman Post A. I*., Waterloo 7 0 1.000 Des Molnes Rifle and Revolver Club 6 1 -857 Cerro Gordo Klfle Club, Mason City 5 - TM Areonoe Post A. X,., Des Molnes * Co. "G," Centerville 3 Des Molncs Postolflce Rifle Club 2 Dubnque Rifle and Revolver Club 1 Za-Ga-Zig Temple Blfle Club, DM -Molnes 0 .372 .428 .00(1 New Pastor Will Arrive Soon at Buffalo Center BUFFALO CENTER, March 30-A. change of pastors will occur at St. Patrick's Catholic church the Sunday following Easter. The Rev. P. J. Maquire, who served the local parish since the death of the Rev. J. P. DeMuth, has been appointed to be the assistant priest at St. Mary's church at Waveriy. His successor here is the Rev. A. Schmeetz of Grundy Center. Market Notes By TICKER, TAPE Medium to good corn Jed steers 1,000-1,200 Low grade steers -. Fair heifers 600-SOO Good heifers 600 '1S2 Choice to primo hetfert 600-800 Futchera cows, fair to good Good to choice cows Choice to prime cowa ... Inferior canners Fair to good canners ... Good cutter cows Common to fair bulls ... Fair to sood heavy bulls Good to choice bulls .. Good to choice calves, Medium to good calves, $3.75-4.50 $2.50-3.50 S2.75-3.50 $3.50-4.00 54.00-4.50 ..$2.00-2.50 ...52.50-2.75 ...$2.75-3.00 ... .75-1.00 .. .$1.25-1.30 ...51.50-2.00 ...Sl.75-2.25 ...52.00-2.25 ...$2.25-2.75 130-190 S4.50-5.00 130-190 $3.50-4.50 Inferior and common calves 53.00 down LAJIBS Choice lambs W-jlJ Medium to good lambs ... 70-90 Buck lambs 51 under grade, auotauons subject to market fluctuations, $7.75-8.2? $6.75-7.75 Corn growers of tbe United States receive a considerably higher price for their product on the farm In years when tradlns in future contracts on the commodity exchanges Is heavy, it Is claimed. Nat C. Murray, veteran crop statistician, formerly a member of the crop reporting board of the United States department of agriculture, called attention to this fact Thursday In a discussion of factors governing corn prices in the educational program sponsored by the Association of Grain Commission Merchants of the Chicago board of trade. Mr. Murray's talk: concluded a program of fortnightly discussions of grain and Its marketing in which International authorities participated."The department o£ agriculture," air. Murray stated, "has issued a bulletin giv- ng the volume of trading in future con- racts for corn for eifeht complete years. We ivlded these eight years into two groups, le one having the four years of heaviest racing, and the second the four years of ghtest trading, and found that in the four ears of heaviest trading the average price f corn to farmers was 87.7 cents. In the our years of lightest trading it- was 72 ents." OLIVER FAH[ CUTS LOSSES ager Walter Johnson says it was just a bit of strategy. Hale's arm was too sore to permit any infield play, so he was Funeral of Vina Larson Conducted at Lake LAKE MILLS, March 30.--Funeral services for Vina Larson, 63, were held Wednesday afternoon at the Anderson funeral home. The Rev. O. R. Sletten conducted the services Burial was in Oakland cemetery at Forst City. moved into the outfield simply to let him get some batting practice. Nagurski Takes Hader Bout With Body Slams After 25 Minute Scrap A physical advantage of height and power that was too much to handle faced Jack Hader at the local armory Thursday night, as Bronko Nagurski won a fall in 25 minutes at a drum corps wrestling exhibition. The fall was won by a series of body slams. Hader weighed 216, Nagur- ski 225. Frankie Franch of Renwick and Earl Wampler of Scranton drew in a prelim, as did Tag Tageson of Mason City and Babe Camera of Des Moines. Each bout was 30 minutes in length. Elma Seniors Win Tilt With Prospect Cagers ELMA, March 30.--The Elma high school seniors defeated the prospect team for next season by 23 to 15 in a basketball game last night. H. Eiffler and L. Eiffler led the attack with 5 goals and 1 free throw and 2 goals and 3 free throws respectively. Shrader and Weers each scored a goal and free throw for the seniors. Tate, with 7 free throws, led tin prospect five, while Cook followei him with 5 free tosses. Garmen go a goal and free throw. Findring and Bellis were the officials. Buys Cafe Equipment, RUDD, March 30.--The proprietor of the Schmidt cafe at Ofage purchased the furniture at the Roy cafe and moved it to 0/ciiard Wednesday. Oliver Farm Equipment company for the ,-ear ended Dec. 31, reports consolidated net OPS of 52,907.106 compared with S4.169,- 75 loss in 1932, annual report released 'hursday reveals. Consolidated balance sheet as of Dec. 31 shows consolidated current assets of 520.657.256 and current liabilities t 59.185,003 against 522,680,770 and 510,16 182 respectively at tbe close of 1932. Net sales totaled 54,506,696 against Sl,150.833 In 1832. In submitting the annual statement. C. K. Messenger, chairman of the board, stated: "Collections for the year were again disappointing, due to tha low crop yields In both the winter and spring -wheat areas, but were greater than collections for 1932. The Improvement In condition in the last lalf of the year, -which brought about an upward trend in sales, -was also reflected n our collections. EXPENSE? WERE CUT The largest contributing factors to the company's loss have been its Inability to absorb fixed expense incident- to its ownership of properties and expenses necessary for protection of Its receivables. Increased sales volume and an Improvement in collections are necessary to absorb and reduce these burdens, AH forms of expense were reduced during the year. These reductions together with reductions of previous years should make It possible for the company to operate satisfactorily on a smaller volume of business than -was the combined total of the separate companies that -were merged in 1929." The annual report indicates a further reduction of 51,231.178 In the company's debt, bringing the toial debt reduction over the last three years to 510,266,622. \\m Go to Washington. DECORAH, March 30.--The Rev. | Allen O. Birchenough, pastor of the Grace Episcopal church in Decorah, has been chosen by the bishop of the Episcopal diocese of Iowa as a member of the "College of Preachers," which meets during April in Washington, CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO. March 30. kP--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 16,000, Including S.OOO direct: slow around 5 cents higher than Thursday; 190 to 240 Ibs 4.40®4.50: 250 to 350 Ibs. $3.00 $440; 140 to ISO Ibs., $3.5094.40; Pigs $250@!3.25; pacxing sows $3.30®3.50: llghl light good and choice 140 to 160 Ibs. $3.50® 4.25: light weight 160 to 200 Ibs. $3.00® 4 50: medium weight 200 to 250 Ibs. $4.JO fiM.50; heavy weight 250 to 350 Ibs. S3.90 ( ^ 4 4 0 - packing sows meaium and good -ia to 550 Ibs. $3.15(5)3.65: pigs good and cholc 100 to 130 Ibs. $2.5033.50. CATTLE 1,000; cilves 900; most classe in meager supply, slow, about steady; bull and vealers weak; no strictly good anc choice steers In run; few medium light steer $4.75 S 5.60; slaughter cattle and vealers Steers" good and choice 550 to 900 Ibs. $6C 7 75- 900 to 1,100 Ibs. S6®7.75; 1.100 t 1,300 Ibs. S5.75SJ7.65; 1,300 to 1,500 $5.50@7.65; common and medium o50 1300 Ibs $4@6; heifers good and choic 550 to 750 Ibs. S5.25@:6.50; common an medium $3.2505.25; cows good S3.5004.25 common and medium $2.50©3.50; low cut ter and cutter $1.50@2.50; bulls (yearling excluded) good (beef) $3.10«3.75; cutte common and medium S2.50P3.35: vealer good and choice $5@7; medium S4.255.f5 cull and common $3®4.25; stocker and feed er cattle: Steers good and choice 500 t 1050 Ibs. S4.50®5.75; common and mec lum S3.25S4.75. SHEEP 10,000; opening slow, indication around steady on desirable fat lambs; bes held above $9.25; InlUal bids below S9; talk Ing around $7{f".2o on clipped lambs: shee and spring lambs steady; slaughter shee and lambs: Lambs 90 Ibs. down good ar choice $S.75®9.25; common and medium ! 51875* 90 to 98 Ibs. good and choice SS 2 519.25; ewes 90 to 150 Ibs. good and choic 4^5.75; all weights common and mediv " Bher- some'held for greater advance: early jes 10 to 25 cents higher: some held fo eater advance; early sales fed woolcd mbs $8.85 to S9: early top, $9; fresh jornn lambs of Texas origin, 79 Ib. aver ge, $7.10; other classes absent. KANSAS C1TI LIVESTOCK KANSAS. CITY, March 30. l/l±r«- S ipartment of agriculture) --HOGS,-1,500 10 direct; slow, steady to 5 cents hlghe tan Thursday's average; top, $4 on 190 10 Ibs.; good and choice, HO-160 Ibs. -"! to S3.80' 160-180 Ibs.. $3.65 to S3.95 '-loo Ibs., S3.80 to $4; 200-220 Ibs S3.S «4 . 200-250 Ibs , $3.85 to S4; 250-29 $3880 to $3.95; 290-350 lo., $3.7 $3.90: packing sows, 275-550 Ibs., * "CATTLE--900- calves, 300: killing clause ow, steady to easier: spots, 10 to 1 ents lower on common to medium lien teers- stockers and feeders unchangei n cood to choice fed steers or yearlings o ered- steers, good and choice. 550-900 IDs 550 to $715-900-1100 Ibs.. $5.60 to 57.15 100-1300 Ibs., S5.50 to $7.15; 1300-1500 Ibs o S6S5: common and medium, 550 10- p $375 to $5.50: heifers, good and cholc 50-900 Ibs., $4.60 to $6: common and me urn 550-900 Ibs., 53 to $4.60; cows, goo 3.25 to $3.75; common and medium. S2. o S3.25- low cutter and cutter, Sl-2o 2.35; vealers (milk fed), medium to cholc 4 to $6.50; cull and common, 52.00 to S - · pood and chol tocker and feeder steers, good and all weights). S4.25 to S5.75; commc nedium (all weights), $2.75 to 54.50. SHEEP--500; fed lambs and od heep steady; small bunch native ambs around 50 cents lower at $1010 $10.25- top and bulk fed wooled lamb i8 75- spring lambs, choice, S10 to $10.2 good, $9.25 to $10.10; medium. 55.25 $9.25; lambs, good and choice (x), 90 Ib down 58.25 to $8.83: common and medium sisI Ibs down, $6.50 to SS.25: good a choice (x). 90-98 Ibs., SS to $8.83: yearn wethers, medium to choice. 90-110 Ibs. to 57.50; ewes, good and choice, 90-loU Ibt., v (j D )_Quotatlons based on ewes and weth- ers. ·LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO. March 30. LW--Official 6SJ- mat7d receipts Saturday: Cattle, 40o! hogs, S.OOO; sheep, 3,000. CHICAGO POULTRY CHICAGO, March 30. 1.1')--Poultry, live, trucks, steady; hens 16'.ic; Leghorn hens ; Plymouth Rock broilers 27!4c. White ock 25'.;c. colored 25lc. Leghorn 24c, arebacks 22c; Rock springs 1719C, col- ed 17c; Leghorn chickens lie; roosters 4c: turkeys 12@20c; ducks 14®18c; :ese 12c. tors. Miscellaneous NEW YORK 1'KODUCE NEW YORK, March 30. (.11--Butter. 9.0 steady unchanged. Extra (92 score), ·A. Cheese--29,183, steady. All prices un- Eggs--17,713. steady Mixed colors, white nd brown eggs all unchanged. NEW 1'OBK POVLTRV NEW 1'ORK, March 30. 1.1')--Dressed oultry, steady. Chickens, frozen, 13 to 22; :her grades unchanged. Live poultry, weak. Broilers, express. 15 , -5; other freight and express unchanged. TELLSlflSON FOR HIGH PRICES Canadian Hogs Boosted by Efforts of Britain to Encourage Raising. CHICAGO, March 30. (JF--The Ihicago Tribune today said that _ igh market prices for hogs in Canada were the result of efforts on the part of Great Britain to stimu- ate the production of agricultural roducts among its own farmers md those of its provinces. Although Canada produces fewer hogs than the state of Iowa, the newspaper said the fact that the market in England has been opened :o Canadian packers on virtually an unrestricted basis, caused hog prices ;o advance far ahead of those in the United States. The Canadian price for hogs at one time was around $10 when the top in Chicago was around 54. Both the Canadian packer and the producer, the newspaper said, have been virtually guaranteed a profit over production and processing costs. Canada has protected its market against American competition in hogs and pork by enacting a tariff law which permits the government to levy a tax in addition to the regular duty of 52.50. POTATO MARKET CHICAGO. March 30. LT)--U. S. depau- merit of agriculture-Potatoes 303, on track 391, total U. S. shipments 779; old stock early Ohlos weak,, other stock about steady; sacked per cwt.: U, S. No. 1, Wisconsin round whites 1 car medium size 51-45, combination grade 51-35; Idaho russets closed mugs mostly 51.77^: open mugs Jl.80^1.82^; U. S. No. 2, 51-50 5J1.55; Washington russets combination grade S1.G7; Colorado McClures 1 cnr 51-70, 1 car 51.82K; new stock slightly weaker, supplies moderate, demand and trad- Ing rather slow: Florida bushel crates bliss triumphs 51.So; Texas 50 Ib. sacks 51.75. HIDES, WOOL Quotations PnrniBhcd by Wolf Bros.* Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest. HIDES Horsehides 51.75 Cured eef bides o^c Green beef bides 4c WOOL No. 1 clean bright 24c Ib. Seraibrigt 23c !b. Rejects 19c Ib. ·WOO!., MARUKT BOSTON, March 30, f/TV-(IJ. 5s- department of agriculture)-- Scattered sales of wool are being closncl on average French, combing 64'a and finer territory wools in. original bags. Prices on lots of this description range from S2 to 84 cents scoured basis, while prices tn the market generally or similar wool are Inclined to the low side of the range. Some buyers have paid the maximum fifiure on lots suitable for their needs. Small lots o* strictly combing 4350's quarter bloods terrltry wool have been sold at prices near tbe low side. Matzen Relief Head for Clinton County DES MOINES, March 30. UP)-Appointment of Peter Matzen as chairman of the Clinton county emergency relief committee was an-, nounced today by emergency relief officials. Matzen, who has been serving- as vice chairman, succeeds' the late Albert J. Lubbers. MasonCityGrain Barley MASON CITY, March 30.-- 30-45c DEAD Animals of All Kinds Removed Mason City Rendering Co. We pay phone calls, Phone 1096 No. 2 yellow old shelled corn . No. 3 yellow new shelled corn. No. 3 yellow ear corn White oats, No. 3, 30 ros., or better Representative Sales REPRESENTATIVE CALES CHICA.GO, March 30. LTV-(D. S. department of agriculture) -- Representative sales: HOGS Lights- Si 197 4.40 89 136 4.35 48 IS* 4.35 5t 172 4.25 Heavy-28 346 51 310 67 272 43 252 Mediums-55 236 92 229 65 218 72 202 Steers-- 3.80 4.10 4.20 4.35 Held to Grand Jury. BBLMOND, March 30.--Lynn Davis has been bound over to the ^ n d jury. Davis was arrested on :he charge of obtaining money under false pretenses and waived pre- iminary hearing when brought be:ore Mayor Hildebrand's court. Junius Beebe Dies. NEW YORK, March 30. M-Junius Beebe, 80, Wakefield, Mass., who had business interests throughout the country, died suddenly in the Pennsylvania railroad station :oday. 62 37 4.45 4.50 4.45 4.40 CATTLE SOUTH ST. PAW. LIVESTOCK SOUTH ST. PAUL, March 30. (.11-- «J. S. department ot agriculture)-- CATTLE-- 1.600; generally steady; steer and yearling supply limited- few sales about 55.50 down; strictly good kinds quoted to $6.25 and choice grades above; good neifers, 54.75 to S5.jO; common to medium, S3 to S4.50; low cutter and cutter cows, Sl-50 to S2-50: beef cows up to 53.25: common and medium bull.". 52 25 to S2.75; best up to 53; stockers and feeders scarce, demand fair; calves fully steady; strictly good to choice. S6; common and medium, S3 to 54.50. ifOC,5 -- 6,000; fairly active, mostly 10 cents hicher; bulk better 170-260 Ibs.. $4 to S4.10; top 54.10 to all Interests; medium to pood grades of those weights mostly $3.65 to M; better 260-350 Ibs.. 53.60 to S4: light liEhts. 53.35 to S4: slaughter pigs. S2.oO to 53 25' packing sows. $3.10 to 53.40; average cost Thursday. 53.82; weight. 209. SHKBP -- 500; very little done on meager supply, undertone steady to strong slaughter lambs; sellers asking 9tS S6S 1220 1030 724 930 C.50 5.6f. 5.60 5.25 5.10 1125 lO-V, 917 842 SHEEP Fed Western Lambs Spring Uunbs- 6 2 5 Cows 2 6 6 159 152 845 760 918 to 230 201 200 231 Natives 11 S3 11 SO Clipped Lambs 48 95 somewhat hlcher prices; bulk fed woolcd lambs Thurs- SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK SIOUX CITY. March 30. (.!·)--(U. S. department ot agriculture) -- CATTtfc -- COO: beef steers and yearlings little changed; fat she stock firm; othtr classes around steady; around $6.00; most sales, S5.60 down; plain; car choice 660 Ib. ndfcrs, J5.75: bulk beef cows, S2.75 to $3.75: low cutters and cutters down to J1.50- medium bulls up to 52.85; choice quality rather vcalcrs. 56. jiOGS--Ti.oOO; fairly active to all interests: mostly 10 to 15 cents higher; top, 53.90; bulk 'better K rale ISO-MO Ib. weights. 53 70 to 53.85; 270-360 Ib. heavies, $3.10 4.00 3.80 5.50 4.23 4.00 3.50 3.00 2.25 1, 11 89 SS 93 96 Si S.40 C.25 9.25 9.15 9.00 9.00 S.50 17 10 37 AVooledi Ewes-4 117 6 136 nipped Ewes-5 US 7 128 12.50 10.00 4.2? 4.00 .34C .33c .31c .25c We Pay More for HIDES AND WOOL CARL STEIN Before You Sell LOANS WANTED Can use several small Farm Mortgages Also City Loans A. M. SCHANKE and Company Telephone 1300 Mason City, Iowa FAHLME1 Russia and Cuba have been recognized--and the republican party is beginning to be hopeful.--Tampa Tribune. JNO. F. CLARK CO. Chlcajo - New 1'ork - New Orleans 333 I. 0. F. Hide. rirons S45-SI6 A. B. HESDBICKSOJi". Branch Met. MEMBERS Xew York Stock Kscrmnse New York Coffee SuEftr Exchange New York Froduce Ejchnnfo New York Curb Ejtchante (Associate) New York Mercantile Kxehnnsc New York Cotton Eichnnse Chicapn Stock Kxchnnce ; lliloico Bonrrt o( Trade ChlcftKO Curb Exchange A*s'n Otilcnso Mercantile Kjchnnsc Commodity Exchange. Jno. New Orleans Cotton Exchange S E E D i EVERY ONE A GARDEN WONDER Plant NEW, more productive, more profitable vegetables, and flows". They'll make your garden more successful than evet before. SUGAR ROCK MUSKMELON--Sweet as sugar. EARLY SUNSHINE SWEET CORN--10 days earlier than Golden Bantam. RED CORE CHANTENAY CARROT--Newest, most prolific Carrot. DAVIS PERFECT CUCUMBER--The choice of the Best Gardeners. These are some of the outstanding introductions offered in the FARMER SEED CASE as SPECIALS AT 5c PER PKT. Sow on S.le in the "FARMER" SEED CASE I! JOB cannot locate the "FARMER Seed Case it Your Dealers send his name in* FARMER SEErTa NURSERY CO. FARIBAULT, MINK.

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