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SIXTEEN MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 11 1934 FARMER, HIT BY TRAIN, KILLED John Wilson, 70, Hawkeye, Is Victim of Crash on Tracks. HAWKEYE, April 11.--John Wilson, 70, was killed late Tuesday ·when he was struck by a Milwaukee train a mile south of Hawkeye. He suffered a broken back. Mr. Wilson lived five miles southeast of Hawkeye. The crash broke the air connection on the gasoline-electric train and the train was unable to stop for about 500 feet, it was stated. There were no obstructions to vision from the road. TITOlAJOStTO KOSSUTH LEGION 200 Attend Joint Session; County Garden Project Is Discussed. TTTONKA. Aprl 11.--Two hundred attended a joint American Legion and auxiliary meeting of Ko?- suth county last night in the Coliseum. W. E. .MacDonald of Algeria discussed the county garden project being sponsored iy the a'Jxiliary ths year. The auxiliary is furnishing all seeds to needy. Potatoes for seed will be provided later. · L. D. Prevritt of Forest City, eight district graves registration director, spoke on imiforsj marking: of veterans' graves. Mrs. J. C. Underkofler of Britt, eighth district committeewoman, reviewed tie Kossuth auadl- iary work and stated this county was oustanding and 100 per cent in its work. Attorney Donald Hutchison of Algona spoSe os county membership, which he said will be 100 per cent as soon as one more post finishes its work. John Graham, Winnebago county commander, Titonka Commander Skrom and Adjutant Peterson were introduced. Hancock and Winnebago counties were represented. Plans were discussed for the eighth district meeting to be held at Fort Dodge. County Commander Leon M. Merritt of Algona and Mrs. Ida Larson of Swea City, auxiliary head, were presiding officers. West Union Prospects for Good Ball Team Are Bright WEST UNION, April 11.--Prospects are good for a successful high school baseball team here this )ring, many being out for practice nder Coa«* Robert McLeese. The schedule: April 13--Clcrtnonl here. April 20--Clermont there. April 24--Decornh there. April 21--Jtandalta here. May 4--R»nH»U» there. May II--Hawkeye here. May IS--Decorah here. May 1»--Play day at W«» Union, teams to b« delected. May ZZ--Wailena, place undecided. Osage Athlete Will Battle Dodger Here for Armory Meeting Clarence Sawyer, Osage basket- all and gridiron performer, will nter another sport Friday night o the American Legion Drum orps' armory boxing show when e takes on Benny Salvatore, Fort )odge newcomer, for i frames. Both Sawyer and Salvatore are high school athletic stars in their acalities, and will be making their ebut in the local ring. Johnny Malone, lightweight from t Paul, who meets Freddie Tomp- ins, and his mate, Arnie Arnold, ·ho will oppose Kid Rippley of harles City, will arrive here 'hursday and take workouts at a ocal gym. Vern Grickle of Emmetsburg, now making his home t Albert Lea, Minn., who meets eonard "Wild Bull" Johnson, will arrive Friday afternoon. :ERRO GORDO IN TARGET VICTORY (Continued From Sports Page) . E. Allstot of the local club, with score of 290, was high man in ie league. Following are the sec- nd scores of the five high men on be local team: Competitor-- S.F. T.F. R.F. To. L. E. Allotot ... 94 97 98 290 SO 93 04 207 82 91 90 203 84 90 83 239 83 88 83 '437 STOP BAD BREATH Thousands 'of people afflicted with bad breath find quick relief through Dr. Edwards Olive Tablets. The pleasant, sugar-coated tablets are taken for bad brsath by all who know. - ^ _ _ . . . _ _ i gently 'but firmly on the bowels and liver, stimulating them to natural action, clearing the blood ana gently purifying: the entire system. They do that which dangerous calomel does without any of the bad after effects. . . Olive Tablets bring no gnping pain or any disagreeable effects. Dr. P M. 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Boston (A) 9; Greensboro (PL) Brooklyn (N) 35, Richmond (PL) REDUCED SUPPLIES STRENGTHEN HOG MART RYE BREAKS IN FINAL TRADING Closes Nervous, Down Cent and Half; Other Grains Bearishly Affected. CHICAGO, April 11. CiP)--Sharp breaks in rye quotations carried the rye market down 2% cents a bushel late today, and had some bearish effect on other grains. Unfavorable reports on the rye crop in North Dakota failed to counterbalance Washington news that enforcement, of an additional duty on imports of Polish rye into the United States had been officially refused. The trade also ignored the all time record low condition the government crop report showed for rye. Rye closed nervous, 1%@1%C under yesterday's finish; wheat, unsteady 3 A®%c down; May, 86% %c; July also 86%@%c; corn, off to %c up; May, 49%c; July, 51%@?ic; oats at % @ % c declne, and provisions unchanged to a setback of 10 cents. Produce MASON CITY, April 11.-Cash Quotations by K. O. Morse Eggs (current receipts) 12c Heavy hens, 4% Ibs. and over ..10c Light hens 6c Springs (heavy breeds) lOc Springs (Leghorn breeds) 6c Stags |c Old cocks (Heavy) 5c Merchants Quotations Eggs, cash I'* 6 '" Eggs, in'trade 1S-I4C* Butter, Plymouth 29c Butter, Clear Lake .. · 27c Butter, State Brand 29c Butter, Very Best 29c Butter, Dairy Maid 2?c ~otatoes, peck 30c 'EDITOR'S NOTE--These repre- entative quotations were obtained y calling several downtown grocery bores. RICES STEADY T010 CENTS UP Top $4.15 With Bulk Sold From $3.75 to $4.05; Trade Active. CHICAGO, April 11. (IP)--Reduced og supplies brought strength to the livestock · market today and rices ruled from steady to 10 cents igher. The top was $4.15 with bulk elling from ?3.75 to $4.05. Improved strength in the whole- ale dressed markets also tended to . etter support of the hog market i CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO. April H. LTV--Wheat--No. 2 hard, 89; No. 2 mixed, 875i; corn, No. 2 mixed, 4914: No. 4 mixed. 47 : K; No. 2 yellow, 49S to 50%; No. 4 yellow. 485i to 48%: No. 5 yellow, 4854 to 49; No. 2 white, 52; oats, No. 2 white, 34'A: No. 3 white. 33% to 33«; No. 4 whits, 3111: sample grade, SOW; no rye; barley, 40 to 80; timothy seed. 56.50 to 57 a cwt.; clover seed. SI-to J13 a cwt. Lard, tierces, 53.95; loose lard, 55.87; bellies, $8. MasonCityGrain MASON CITY, April 11. Barley '... .30-45C No. 2 yellow old shelled corn 36c No. 3 yellow new shelled corn.. .35c No. 3 yellow ear corn 33c White oats, No. 3, 30 Iba, or better 25VC WEDNESDAY GRAIN CXOSE CHICAGO, April 11. (.TV- Miscellaneous WHEAT-May July ept CORN-ay uly ept OATS-ay uly ept EYE-ay uly ept BARLEY-ay uly ept LARD-:ay uly ept BELLIES-May uly MINNEAPOLIS FLOCK MINNEAPOLIS, April 11. UP)--Flour 15 eats higher, carload lota, family patents 6r85®£95 a -Mntl'"in-« -poimi-Mlbte- aeks. shipments 21,800. Pure bran 519® 9.50. Standard middlings $18®1S.!0. POTATO J14BKEI CHICAGO, April 115i X--(U. S. department of agriculture)--Potatoes, 119, on rack, 358; total U, S. shipments, 700; McClures. slightly weaker, other stock steady, upplles liberal, demand and trading mod- rate; sacked a cwt.. U. S. No. 1. Idaho Russets, 3 cars, J1.6254; 8 cars, S1.65; U, No. 2. 2 cars, 51.40; Washington Rus- ets, combination grade, 2 cars, S1.45; 1 car $1,475^; 1 car, S1.50; Colorado McClures 1 car, 51.62%; 1 car, 51.67%; 1 car, $1.65; 2 cars, $1.70; 1 car, $1.7251; 3 cars, S1.75; 1 car. $1.77%; 1 car fair quality S1.45; Minnesota. Cobblers, 1 car, ;l 55; Early Ohios, 1 car, $1.50; 1 car, 11 55- partly graded, 1 car, $1.30; 2 cars, 11.40; 1 car, ?1.45; North Dakota Cobblers. 1 car. $1.57%; Montana Bliss - Triumphs, 1 car. $1.50; Colorado Peoples Russets 1 car $1.40; Wisconsin round whites, 1 car, J1.55; 1 car, 31.60; new stodt. steady; supplies moderate, demand and trading slow; Texas Bliss Triumphs, sacked, i cwt,: 1 car, $3.10: Florida bushel crates, few sales, $1.70 to $1.75. NEW YORK SUGAR NEW YORK, April 11. LIV-Raw su,_ unchanged today at 52.72 for spots, duty free. Futures unchanged to 2 points higher Refined, unchanged at $4.50 for fine granulated. TOLEDO SEEDS TOLEDO, April 11. UP--seeds unchanged. IJELAND OPENS PLAY LELAND, April 11.--The Lelani high school teams' first basebal game of the season will be playe" here on Friday. WHEAT-May uly ept CORN-- Miy 'uly Sept OATS-May uly ;ept RYE-May July Sept BARLEY-May July ........ Sept. LARD-May July Sept , BELLIES-May July PARTIAL CALL FOURTH 41,4% LIBERTY BONDS 1933-1938 Last Interest Date April 15,1934 on Called Bonds SERIES A-J-K AND LAST DIGIT NUMBER . . . 1-9-0 CALLED APRIL 15, 1934 Called Bonds Exchanged or Collected by Investment Department FIRST NATIONAL BANK Mason City, Iowa Hish -5 .87 .88 U .32-S . .33% .33 "i .62U .64% .44 S .46 6.10 6.1S . 6.35 .86% .87 Vi .49 .51% .53% .32% .32% .32% ' .59 .6054 .62% .4254 .MS .45:4 G.02 6.10 6.30 Close $ .86% .86 'A .87% .49K .51% .5454 .32% .59% .61% .6354 .42% .44% .45% 6.02 6.10 6.30 8.02 8.30 WEDNESDAY OBAIN OPEN CHICAGO, April 11. Open Today . .86% . .86% . .88 . .49=4 . .51% . .5454 .60% .62 .6354 . 8.30 Close Ttsttrday .86% .86% .8794 .49 y. .51% .53% .32% .33 S .33% .61% -627s .64% .43 · 44S -46 U 6.12 6.18 6.37 8.05 8.30 Close Tr. Ago .58% .59% .61% .301 .33% .35V4 .20 .20 H .20% 4.40 4.50 4.62 5.25 5.50 MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MINNEAPOLIS. April 11. UP--Wheat, 64 cars, 81 a year ago; % cents lower. Cash--No. 1 northern, a55i, to 885fe; No. 1 dark northern, 15 per cent protein, ?.65fe to 895S; 14 per cent protein, 8651 to 8954; 13 per cent protein, 8654 to 895i; 12 per cent protein. 8654 to 8954; No. 1 dark hard Montana, 14 per cent protein, 8654 to 8854; to arrive. 8654 to 8854; No. amber durum, $1.01% to $1.07%; 'No. amber durum, $1.00% to $1.06*1; No. red durum, 84% to 86S; May, 8354; Ju 83-K; Sept., 834. Corn--No. 3 yellow, 435S to 44%. Oats--No. 3 white, 3054 to 3154. OMAHA GRAR OMAHA, April 11. OP--Wheat; Hard No. 3, 78V.. Corn, yellow,.No. 2, 43; No 3, 425S; mixed, No. 2, 42. Oats, no trad Ing reported. KANSAS CITY GRAIN KANSAS CITY. April 11. LTV--Wheat-72 cars; unchanged to % cent lower; No. dark Hard. 82 to 8234: No. 3. Sl» to 33» No 2 hard, 81 to 81%; No. 3, 76% to 8154 No. 2 red, 8254; No. 3, 795i to 8254 nom inal. Corn--21 cars; unchanged to 54 cen lower; No. 2 white, 48% to 4854 nominal No. 3, 47% to 48 nominal; No. 2 yellow 46 to 4654 nominal; No. 3, 45% to 46 nom inal; No. 2 mined, 4554 to 46 nominal No. 3. 45 to 4554 nominal. Oats-- o receipts; unchanged. No, white, 3254 to 33)4 nominal; No. 3, 31? to 32% nominal. rd Hanlontown High Lists Games for Spring Ca HANLONTOWN, April 11.--Th high school baseball team's schec ule for the spring season is as fo? lows: April 11--Grofton mt Hanlontown. April 26, *7, 28--County tournament. April 30--Jolce at Jolce. May 7--Grafton »t Gra'ton. Slay 11--Jolce at Hanlontown. May IS--Hanlontomi at Fertile. May 18--Fertile at Hanlontown. Holiday Association to Meet May 3 and t DES MOINES, April 11. LrP)--Th National Farmers Holiday associa tion will hold its national conventio here May 3-4, Milo Reno, nationa ·^resident, announced here today The association, which has spon :ored two farm strikes, claims mem ;ership in 23 states. CHICAGO FBODCCE CHICAGO, April 11. Wl--Butto^ 7,537, t «ttdy, prices unchanged. Eggs 21,212, unsettled; extra, lirsts cars 5^c, local 16c; fresh graded firsts cars 6c, local 15%c; current receipts 15c. CHICAGO POCLTBT CHICAGO, April 11. Wl--Poultry live, 2 ars, 32 trucks, steady; hens over 5 IDS. 3%c, 5 Ibs. and under 15%c; Leghorn hens 3c; Rock fryers 25@26c, colored 25c; Hock rollers 25@26c, colored 25c, keghorn 22c, arcbacks 19c;' Rock 'springs 23@24c, col- red 23c; roosters 9c; turkeys 12@20c; old ucks 12@15c; spring ducks 14(g;17c; eese 8c. WtODUCE FUTURES CHICAGO, April 11. (.Tt--Egg futures-iosed: Storage packed firsts, April. 1754 to 17Vi- ReMEerator standards, Oct., 1854. Butter futures: Storage standards, Nov., 23%. Fresh standards, June, 2254. Potato futures: Idaho Russets, May, $1.75. NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK, April 11. U1--Butter 15.;99, steady. Creamery, firsts (87-91 scores) 21S@221ic; centralized (90 score) 22£ 2%c; other grades unchanged; extra (92 Live poultry steady; broilers, opress 14 @27c° fowls, express 14SP18C; roosters, relght 9®10c; turkeys, freight 18@22c- ther freight and express unchanged. Eggs 45,052, irreijular. Mixed colors, irsts 165i@16Sc; dirties No. 1, 42 554®15!ic; storage packed firsts 1 7%c; other mixed colors unchanged. Market Notes By TICKER TAPE An encouraging trend in business and a ope that the second quarter of this year -HI show a profit for Bethlehem Steel corn- any was reported by Eugene G. Grace, resident, to stockholders at their annual meeting Tuesday. Current operations of the company are at ully 52 per cent of capacity according to IT. Grace. This Is well above the 47.4 per ent rate indicated for the entire industry r the current week. The extent of earnings -which the present uarter might yield the company was Indl- .ted by Mr. Grace In a statement that be elleved the second quarter would go r ong way toward earning the preferred dlvl end lor the period. Questioned as, to the osslbility of resumption of preferred dlvi- ends he said It -was the company's dispo- Ition to resume payment as soon as poa- ible. some balance of net Income was arned on the preferred issue , In March, tockhoiders were told. iTEEL SHOWS INCREASE Reflecting the higher, rate of operations o meet the growing demand for steel, shlp- ients of finished · steel products by the United States Steel corporation during arch totaled 588,209 tons, compared with the 385,500 tons in February, a 202,709 on increase. An estimated Increase o£ 150,00,000 tons was made In advance of the sport of the corporation which was issued at 11 a. m. today. Shipments of the corporation in March, 933, totaled 256,793 tons, in March, 1932, 388,579 tons a n d - i n March, 1931, 907,251 ons. For the three months ended March 31, 1934. shipments totaled 1,305,436 tons igalnst 817,860 tons in the first quarter if 1933. COAL CUTS LOADINGS Smaller coal movement and probably some recession In demand for merchandise with .he passing of the Easter season contributed to a sizable decline In railroad frelgn* traffic in the first week of April. EarJy Indications are that freight car ad Ings for the week slumped to under 580,000 cara from 608,443 loaded In the final week of March. Slackening demand for coal with the advent of warmer weather was accentuated by the heavy movement earlier _n anticipation of the hlghej prices and mine wages effective April 1. Handlings of 17 carriers Indicated further reduction of the favorable comparison with year ago. As a group their car move. ment figures totaled only 13.3 per cen 1 larger than for the like week last year against a margin of 19.6 per cent the week before. JOHN F.CLARK AND CO. MARKET INFORMATION S25 I. O. O. F. Bldg. Fhone 843 nd trade was more active and ironger from the start. Outside markets also reported a harp cut in marketings and prices anged generally 10 to 15 cents gher. Trade was active all around the circle. . ' Cattle trade was also much im- roved. At least i:en carlods of £ers and yearlings sold at the top 7.65, with one load held higher, he general market ranged from 5.50 to $1.25. Steers predominated n the run. Sheep and lambs were lightly upplied, but trade was slow de- eloping. Asking prices were around ;gady, but very few bids were oted. Trade needs were light and uyers were in no hurry to deal, pring lambs and aged sheep were oth scarce and about seatdy. CLOSING PRODUCE lETTJBK Butter--No change in spot market quo tations today. Futures were firmer, shoul the spot market develop a strong tone the present level, futures are likely to show further rallies. Eggs--Quotations on spot market wer unchanged except storage packed grade which were U cent lower. A better buyin support seems to be developing in October around present levels and the open com mitment is showing gradual Increase eac day. HIDES, WOOL Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest. HIDES Horsehides $1.' Cured beef hides 6% Green beef hides WOOL No. l clean bright 2-ic 1 Semibright 23e ' Rejects ....19c 1 IVOOL MASKS? BOSTON, April 11. U'l--(U. S. depar ment of agriculture)--Scattered sales i limited volume were closed on a few grad of domestic wool. Strictly combing 46's, 50' 54 Wood wols. were sold by several nous at 39 to 40 cents in the grease for good lines of old clip Ohio wool, and at around 72 cents scoured basis, or the low side of the recent sellng range for territory lines. A moderate quantity of very ordinary f' n c Ohio Delaine wool was sold at a price equivalent to 34 cents In the grease for average Delaine wool. Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS Hog prices at midwest markets Wednesday: WATERLOO--Prime hogs, 180-200 Its., J3.20 to 53.50; 200-200 ib!., $3.30 to $3.60; 260-300 Ibs., 53.15 to $3.45; 300-325 Ibs., $3 to 53.30; 325-350 Ibs., $2.90 to $3.20; BOxl packers. JS.70 to $2.90. CKDAT. KAI'IDS--Prime hoes, 180-200 Ibs.. $3.45; 200-260 Ibs.. $3.55; 260-280 $3.50- 280-300 Ibs., $3.45: 300-320 Ibs.. $3.*'j- 320-340 Ibs., $3.35. Good packers to 350 Ibs., $2.70] to 400 Itn., $2.00; to 451 Ibs., $2.50; to 500 Ibs., $2.40. Cirn unchanged. ZTTWHWA--All hog grades 5 cents higher: 140 to 160 Ibs. $2.10: 160 to 180 Ibs. $3.10; 180 to 200 Ibs. ?3.55; 200 to 240 Ibs. $3.65: 240 to 280 Ibs. $3.60: 260 to 280 Ibs. $3.50; 280 to 310 Ibs. $3.40: 310 to 250 Ibs. $1.25; over 350 Ibs. 52.85W 3.15; packers under 350 Ibs. $2.6002.90; packers 350 to 450 Ibs. $2.50@2.80; packers over 500 Ibs. J2.30lS2.60: thin packers and pigs priced at killing values. DES MOINES--5 to 10 cents higher; 120160 Ibs.. $1.75 to S2.75; 160-300 Iba., $2.75 to $3.50; 300-400 Ibs., $2.90 to $3.20; good packers, $2.45 to $2.85. AUSTIN--Choice light lights 140 to 160 Ibs. $2.80: choice lights 160 to 180 Ibs. $3.15; choice mediums 180 to 200 Ibs. $3.45, 200 to 250 Ibs. $3.55; choice heavy butchers 250 to 290 Ibs. $3.40, 290 to 350 Ibs. $3.25. 350 Ibs. and up $3.05: choice packers 275 to 350 Ibs. $2.90. 350 to 425 IDs. $2.80, 425 Ibs, and up $2.70. STOCK MARKET LITTLE CHANGED Spasmodic Buying Flurries Occur in Some Groups; Motors Heavy. NEW YORK, April 11. IS")-- Spasmodic buying flurries occurred in , alcohols, rails and several other stock groups today, but old line leaders were indifferent. Motors ' were a little heavy. Coco Cola and American Can rose around 2 points each. Santa Fe, American ' Tobac- nn. "O XTnftVin»«Ti D a n l f t n anrl W r t H n n u l Stock List NEW VOBK STOCKS (By The. Associated I'ress) April 11 Quotations. Air Rcduct 99»4 1 T T Allegheny 3% Johns JIanv Al Ch Dye 152% Kennecott Ara A For P 10 Kroger Am Pow Lt 8% LigB t My F Am Sm tc Ref 4454 Loews Am St Fdrs 22 Loose Wiles Am Sugar 54 Lorrillard A T T 11851 Maytag Am Tob B 73 McKess Rob Am Wat Wks 20^4 Mid Cont Pet Anaconda 17 ' M K T Atchlsou 70% Mo Pac All Ee£ 3051 Mont Ward Auburn 5256 Morrell Aviation Corp 9% Nash Baldwin Loco 14% Nat Blsc B 0 30% Natl Cash K A Bamsdall 9« Natl Dairy US' 20 54 32 33 34 42% 17}1 8 874 12' 5 32 S 51 24 43 5i 197k 16 Mason City Livestock Steady. MASON CITY, April 11.-HUGS Best sorted lights 200-240 $3.45 iest medium weight butchers 240-260 $3.45 lest heavy butchers 260-300 $3.3] iest prime heavy butchers .. 300-350 $3.25 lest packing sows, smooth .. 300-350 $2.70 lest heavy sows, smooth .. 350-400 $2.60 Best big heavy sows, smooth 450-500 $2.50 Light lights, fair to good, (140, 160, 180) $2.20, $2.70, S3.00 CATTLE iholce yonng ateers Medium to good yearling steers 900-1,000 {4.75-9.50 900-1,000 $3.75-4.50 hoico corn fed steers 1,000-1,200 !4.50-5.25 Medium *to good wra fed steers 1,000-1.200 $3.75-4.50 Low grade steers .. $2.50-3.50 air heifers 600-800 $2.75-3.50 ood heifers 600-800 $3.50-4.0(1 holce to prime heifers 600-800 tl.OU-4.5u "utchers cows, fair to good ....$2.00-2.50 ood to choice cows $2.50-2.75 boice to prime cows $2.75-3.00 nferior canners .75-1.00 air to good canners , $1.25-1.50 ood cutter cows .... .,.«.. .$1.50-2.00 ommon to fair bulls 51.75-2.25 air to good heavy bulls $2.00-:.25 ood to choice bulls 52.25-2.75 :0od to choice calves, 130-190 $4.00-5.00 tedium to good calves, 130-190 53.00-4.00 nierior and common calves 53.00 down LAMBS Iholce lambs 70-90 $7.75-8.25 Medium to good lambs ... 70-90 $6.75-7.75 luclc lambs $1 under grade. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. COMBINED MOG RECEIPTS DES MOINES, April 11. UB-- (U. S. department of agriculture)--Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 7 packing plants located In interior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today were 8,100 compared with 15,400 a week ago and 12,200 a year ago. Slow add very uneven, steady to 10 cents higher, mostly 5 to 10 cents up; loading light for "Wednesday. quotations follow; Light lights, 140-160 Ibs., good and choice, S2.70 to $3.50; light weights, 160-180 Ibs.. 53.10 to 53.65; 180200 Ibs., $3.40 to 53.75; medium weights, 200-220 Ibs., $3.45 to 53.80: 220-250 Ibs., $3.45 to $3.80; heavy weights. 250-290 IDS., $3.35 to $3.80; 290-350 Ibs., $3.10 to 53.65; packing sows. 275-350 Ibs., good. $2.75 to 53.15; 350-425 Ibs.. S2.65 to $3.05; 425-550 Ibs., S2.E5 to 52.95. SOUTH ST. PACL LIVESTOCK SOUTH ST. PAUL, April 11, (jP!--(U. S, department of agriculture)--CATTLE-2,400; few early slaughter steer and yearling steers fully steady; medium to good lightweights, $5 to 56; asking prices frequently higher; desirable yearling heifers around 35; best load held toward 56; cows, steady; beef kinds around 53 to 53.50; good quotable to 54; low cutters and cutters, $1.75 to $2-75, freely to 52.00; bulls steady to strong, better grade 52.65 to 53: stackers and feeders scarce, little changed; calves, 2,800; steady; good and choice, 54.50 to $5.50; mostly 55 and less. HOGS--6.000: steady to 5 cents hlEh better grade 5160-270 Ibs.. $3.50 to 53.70; early top, $3.70; heavier weights and medium grades downward to 53.25: better 130160 Ibs.. mostly 52.75 to S3.50: bulk packing ows, S2.S5 to $3; desirable slaughter plBS, 2 to 52.25 or better; average cost Tues- CHICAGO LIVESTOCK ' CHICAGO, April 11. an--U. S. department of agriculture)--HOGS--15,000, In- ludlng 5,000 direct; active, 5 to 10 cents Igher' than Tuesday; 170-280 Ibs.. $4 to 4.15; top. $4.15; 280-350 Ibs., $3.75 to 54; ght lights, $3.60 to $4; good pigs. $2.75 o 53.25; packing sows, $3.10 to $3.35; light ght, good and chice, 140-160 Ibs., $3.60 to 4.05; light weight, 160-200 Ibs., $3.90 to 4.15; medium weight, 200-250 Ibs., 54 to 4.15; heavy weight, 250-350 Ibs., $3.75 to 4.10; packing sows, medium and good, 27550 Ibs., S3 to 53.50; pigs, good and choice, 00-130 Ibs., $2.50 to 53.60. CATTLE 9.000: calves 2,000; active on 11 weighty steers and better grade light teers and yearlings; 10 loads or more at 7.65, scaling 1.050 to 1,400 Ibs.; one load eld higher; common and medium light weight steers slow, mostly $5.50@7.25 narket; all she stock steady to strong; laughter cattle and vealers. steers good nd choice 550 to 900 Ibs. S6.25SS7.75; 900 o 1.100 Ibs. S6.25S7-75: 1.100 to 1.300 Ibs. 6.25@7.75; 1,300 to 1.500 Ibs. $6187.65: ommon and medium 550 to 1,300 Ibs. $4® .25; heifers good and choice 550 to 750 bs. S5@6.25; common and medium S3.50© ; cows good $3,50@4.5Q; common and _.edlum S2.753.75; low cutter and cutter 1.75@2.75: bulls (yearlings excluded) good beef) S3.15{y3.75; cutter common and roed- um $2.75(0)3.40; vealers good and choice ;5@6.25: medium $4@5: cull and common 3£T4; stocker and feeder cattle, steers good and choice 500 to 1,050 Ibs. 54.50® i.75: common and medium 83.25^4.50. SHEEP -- 7,000; fat Iambs, undertone teady to strong; some Interests asking ilgher early: better grade wooled offerings held 59.50 upward, as yet comparatively ew bids; spring lambs and sheep scarce, about steady; Iambs, 90 Ibs. down, good and choice, $8.90 to 59.60: common and medium. 57 to $9: 90-98 Ibs., good and choice, $8.75 to 59.50; ewes, 90-150 Ibs., good and choice. 53.75 to 55.25; all weights, jmmon and medium, $3 to 54.25. lasses mostly steady; some strength on hoice steers; top 1050 Ib. long yearlings, 7.35; stackers and feeders steady: steers ood and choice. 550-900 Ibs., $5.50 to $7.2500-1100 Ibs. 55.65 to 57.35; 1100-1300 Ibs.. 5 75 to $7.35; 1300-1500 Ibs.. $5.50 to 7'25; common and medium. 550 Ibs., up 375 to 55.75; heifers, good and choice, 50-900 Ibs . 54.50 to 56; common and med- um 550-900 Ibs.. S3 to 54.50; cows, pood. 325 to $3.75; common and medium. S2.35 o $3 25: low cutter and cutter, 51.25 to 2 35- vealer.! milk fed), medium to choice, 3'so' to 56; cull and common, 52.50 to s'so- stocker and feeder steers, cood and hoice (all weights), 54.25 to S5.75: corn- on and medium (all weights), $2.50 to SHEEP--12,000: fairly active, sheep and ed lambs steady; spring lambs weak; Ariona soring lambs to shippers, S9.40; odd ots natives up to S9.65; top wooled lambs o shippers, 59; spring lambs, choice, S9.2o o 59.65: good. 58.50 to S9.25; medium $,.75 o $8.50; lambs, good acd choice x), 90 bs down. 58.50 to 59: common and med- | · " ' , PB cn 4^. «0 Fin* trnfjn SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK SIOUX CITY, April 11. (/PI--(U. S. department of agriculture)--CATTLE--3,000; slaughter steers and yearlings fairly active, strong to shade higher; most fat she stock firm; other classes little changed; car choice 1078 Ib. yearlings, $6.75; scattered sales, S6.35 to S6.50; bulk. $5 to S6.25; car choice 704 Ib. heifers, 55.50; hulk beef cows, S2.75 to $3.50; low cutters and cutters icolce 704 Ib. heifers, $5.50: bulk beef cows, 52.75 to $3.50; low cutters and cutters chiefly $1.60 to $2.50; few medium to od stockers, $4 to $4.75. HOGS--3.500: slow: early sales steady to 10 cents higher; top, 53.65: better grade 180-2SO Ib. weights, $3.50 to $3.65; good 140-180 Ib. weights, S2.75 to $3.50; sows, S3 to 53.10: feeder pigs, $2.25 down. SHEEP--2,000: nothing done on wooled lambs; Indlcatlns steady; holding best offerings to $9 or above; no clipped Iambs offered; other killing classes nominal; late Tuesday wooled lambs steady to 10 cents higher; top, $8.90 on 89 Ib. averages; other sales largely $3.75 to 58.85, A free land is one where people yell at their savior: "Yah! Yah! Yah! Made a mistake!"--Lincoln Star. OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA, April 11. UP)-- (U. S. department of agriculture)-- HOGS-- 5.500; fairly active, strong to mostly 10 cents higher, al classes showing advance; good to choice 190-260 Ibs.. S3.6U to $3.70; practical top 53.70: 53.75 bid for close sorts: medium grades. S3. 40 to 53.50: desirable 260-350 Ibs. $3.25 to S3.60: 140-190 Iba.. 52.85 to S3.60 feeder pigs, SI. 50 to 52: most packing sows. S3 to $3.10; stags, 52.50 to S3: average cost Tuesday, 53.30; wtlpht, 253. CATTLE-- 6.500: calves, 300: fed steers and yearlings moderately active, steady to strong; instances strong to shade higher on better grades on all -weights; other kl'ling classes fully steady: stockers and feeders scarce; fed steers and yearlings, 55.23 to S6.50: several loads, S6.60 to $8.75; choice 1619 Ib. weights. $6.60. and around 1450 Ibs.. 57; heifers, S4.25 to S5.50: beef cows $2.75 to S4: cutler grades. $1.75 to 52.50 medium bulls. 52.50 to 52.75; practical top vealera, $6, odd head, $6.50. SHEEP-- 7,000. Including 831 head fresh shorn lambs bought to arrive at $7.15; aver age weight. S9 IDs.; lambs opening strong to 10 to 15 cents higher; other classes scarce, steady; sales fed wooled lambs , to shippers up to $9: ewes down from $5.25 shearing lambs, SS.50 to $8.75. ay, $3.44; weight, 223. SHEEP--200; not enough on sale early o establish market: early undertone strong o higher on slaughter lambs: Tuesday's narket closed mostly 25 cents higher with ulk of fed wooled lambs at $9. KANSAS CITV LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY, April 11. (.IV- (U. epartment of agrlculture)-HOGS-4,000; 50 . direct; fairly active, mostly 5 cents Igher than Tuesday's average; top, 53-70 n choice 180-240 Ibs.; good and choice 14060 16!.. $2.85 to $3.50: 160-180 ft!.. 53.35 o $3.70; 180-200 Ibs., $3.55 to $3.70; 20020 IbS., 53.60 to 53.70; 220-250 Ibs., $3.60 $3.70- 250-290 Ibs.. $3.55 to $3.65; 290- I Ibs.,' $3.50 to S3.65; packing sows, 27550 Ibs.. S2.65 to S3.15. CATILE -- 4,500; calves. 500; killing , Distilleries were up about a point. U. S. Steel and American Telephone were steady but U. S. Smelting, Chrysler, General Motors and Nash were down major fractions. Transfers approximated 1,500,000 shares. Financial markets were fairly cheerful but speculative forces were not inclined to let bullish enthusiasm run away witth discretion. The soft spots in the motors and other categories were attributed partly to fear of more strike difficulties. Rubber, Copper* and silver were about steady and grains and cotton were only slightly changed. Bonds displayed a moderately upward slant. Foreign exchanges were featureless. Curb Market NEW YORK, Apri 1 . 11. (.-P3--Trading was fairly active In some department of the curb today and the market displayed a moderately higher trend. ' Industrials -were favored. Western Auto Supply "A" gained more than 3 points and U. S. Foil "B" improving around a point. Elsewhere, there. were advances ranging from fractions to better than a point for Aluminum of America, Pittsburgh Plate Glass, shenvln Williams, Hiram Walker, Distillers-Seagrams, Ncwmont Mining and New Jersey Zinc. Lake Snore Mines sagged p. major fraction and Swift and company Bendte Beth Sleel Bordens Canada Dry 19 5S 43-14 23 « 25 1651 27% 17 72% Cerro de Pasco 37% Ches Ohio 4754 Vhes Corp 48 VI Chi E 111 -- was rather easy at times. C N W Chi Gt W C Gt W pf C M St P P CMStPiP p£ C R I P Chrysler Col G E Contl Ins Contl Mot Corn Prod Curtlss Wr Deere pfd Du Pont Eastman El Pow Lt Fox Film A Freeport Texas GenI Am Trans Gen El Gen Foods Gen Motors Gillette Oobcl Gold Dust Goodrich Goodyear Graham Paige Gt Nor pfd Gt West Sus Hudson Motors III Cent Int Harv Int Nick Can Oils and Utilities small volumes and changes. appeared In general made narrow price Bond Market NEW YORK. April 11. (^"PH-The outstanding feature of the .bond market during the early trading today waa a further surge of buying Interest In a limited number of corporate loans, which pushed well above the levels of the previous day and into new high ground for the year. The fact that demand was Wphly selective did not detract from the market's general tone which was steady to firm throughout the corporate list. U, S. governments remained within a very narrow range under light trading. Foreign loans were steady except for some .Cuban issues, which sold off on the news of an officially declared moratorium on principal payments due during the next two years. Again leading the Industrial division, Chile Copper 5's were bid up ZV points during the forenoon, to a new high for the year, some Issues of other metals companies also were in demand. In .response to further price gains in copper. Low priced rails give a general good account of themselves, showing numerous gains ranging from fractions, to around a point The best advances occurred in Ale- ghany corporation 5's of 1950, Erie 5's, Great Northern 4^'s. Missouri Pacflfic 5's and Southern railway 5's. Utilities were Inactive but steady. Some of the communication Issues Improved fractionally- r S BOND QUOTATIONS NEW YORK, April 11. (/D--United States government bonds closed: Liberty 3^s 103.27. Liberty First 4^8 103.21. Liberty Fourth 4^s 103.14. Treasury 4%a 47-52 110.29. Treasury 4s 44-54 106.29. Sreasury 3%s 40-43 June. Treasury 3%s 46-49 100.26. Treasury 3s 51-55 99.17. urn, and 90 Ibs. down. §6.50 IbS., S8.50; SS.25 to ice (,*;, aw-»o *«·"« -""-- -- r^ r t ·earllnK W ethe«. medium to choice 90-110 bs S525 to S7.75: ewes, good and chice, 10-150 Ibs., S4 to 55.25. (x)-- Quotations based on ewes and LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO Anril 11. UP--Official estl- _,S£ ««lpt« TMtsday: Cattle, 5,500; hgs, 18,000; sheep, 9,000. Representative Sales REPRESENTATIVE SALES CHICAGO, April 11. UP--(U. S- department of agriculture)--Representative sales. Heavy-52 322 57 301 48 286 63 255 Mediums- HOGS Lights-53.90 35 195 3.95 88 188 43 181 51 172 Llsht Lllhts- 4.00 4.05 67 52 74 90 Steen 18 15 18 41 16 22 35 15 246 22221 208 1298 1202 147S 1376 1685 1229 1063 940 17 28 4.15 4.10 4.10 4.05 CATTLE Hclfei 7.75 7.70 7.65 7.35 6.65 6.00 5.25 5.00 29 S 24 6 Cow 2 7 3 5 SHEEP 157 142 798 915 758 1265 1130 1046 S12 fed Western Lamhs Clfppei 84 84 89 93 200 94 Shorn EwesTM 10 129 17 IIS 180 120 220 184 9.50 9.40 9.35 9.35 9.25 3.50 3.00 89 90 86 81 Wooled Ewe*11 123 14 141 Ml 70 220 200 220 211 4.10 4.05 4.00 4.00 3.90 3.75 6.25 6.00 5.50 4.50 4.25 3.50 3.00 2.25 7.65 7.65 7.50 7.50 Brands of Foods Must Be Given in Advertising, Ruling The local food and grocery code authority at a meeting Tuesday afternoon decided that in all advertising of merchandise the brand must be given. Notice of this ruling was sent out from the office of the Retail Merchants association Wednesday to its members. Will Give Minstrel Show. STTLSON, April 11.--A. minstrel play will be given at the Stilson school Friday evening. Miss Edna Benner is teacher. Lamson Brothers Market Letter 13 V, 11% 6% 11% 6454 15 tt 3754 82 5i 3254 76 »4 454 30 98 K 90S 6% 15% 45% 22-14 34 K 38 S 10=4 8S 21 il 16 S 3G 3% 30 30 20* 33 42 5i 28% 60'., 6754 3554 20 % 36 Natl Distill 31 Natl Pow ft Lt 11 '.i N y Cent 36' v . N 1 N H H 19% No Amer 19 No Pacific 355s Oliver Farm 5 5i Oliver Farm pf. 23 Packard 3% Penlclc Ford Penney Penn Phil pet Proc Gam Pullman 57 r S» R C A S R K O 3=j Rem Rand 12 ?i Rep Steel 22 Eey Tob B 4356 Sears Roeb 5054 Shell U 9% Skelly 10 }i Socony Vac 17 So Pac 295. St Brands 22 5i St G E 12S« St Oil Cal 3SV- St Oil N J 46% Stew Warn 9 5jj Stone web 9% Studebaker 755 Texas Corp 27 Tex Gulf Sul 37% Tim Roll Bear 3614 Un Garb 45K Union Pacific 133T4 United Air ' 235i United Corp 655 U S Gypsum 42'i U S Ind Al 54 U S Rubber 19=1 U S Steel 52S Wabash 4* Warner Pictures 754 West El ilfg 38% Woolworth Wrlgley Yel Truck 52 H, MINNEAPOLIS STOCKS MINNEAPOLIS, April 11. U!--Stocks closed: First Bank Stock, 8%; Northwest Banco, 4%. CHICAGO STOCK LIST (By The Associated Press) April 11 Quotations. Cent Pub Eerv Cities Sen-Ice Cont Chi ctfs Dexter Co Gt Lakes Air Grlgsby-Grunow Katz Drug Kellogg Switch Libby-McNell Midwest utll Midw Ut 6 pm 3514 Natl Leather Nat! Stand Northv/ Banco Quaker Oats Rath Packing Swift 8; Co Swift Intl United Gas Utility Ind Zenith 110 VI INVESTMENT TRUSTS (By The Associated Press) Bid and Aiked April 11. Corporate Tr. Sh Ccrp. Tr. Eh. AA. Mod Corp. Tr. Eh. Accums Ser. Mod. Corp. Tr. Ace. Ser. Dividend. Shares Nationwide Sec. ..... ..... Nationwide Sec. vtc ..... North Amer. Tr. Sh ...... Nor. Amer. Tr. Sh. 1955.. Quarterly Inc. Shares ____ Selected Am. Sh .......... Selected Cum. Sh ....... :. Selected Income ........... Super Corp, Am. Tr. A ... U. S. El. L. «: Pow. A ... B .................. B. vtc 2,12 2.38 2. 04 2.39 1.26 3.54 1.35 1.80 2.48 1.39 2.80 7.13 3.69 3.11 12»S 2.14 82 2.52 1.2S 3.64 1.45 1.50 13'.J 2.24 .90 fil Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Building Telephone No. 7 NEW YORK CURB QUOTATIONS MABKET REVIEW Wheat-- Wheat today reverted to its narrow action of tie past two weeks and held to a narrow range notwithstanding some constructive developments in the news. May ran Into sufficient 'selling at 87 to check upturns during the morning hut later there ·was a reaction to under yesterday's final prices from which very little recovery -was made. As in recent sessions the bulk of the business was in spreading and oackspreaa- Ing between the various deliveries. The weakness In rye was an influence on wheat. The trade had reports of dust storms from a wide area covering parts of Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota. Minnesota, and Iowa but the news had little effect. The Kansas official returns indicating a deficiency In subsoil moisture over practically the entire state as well as the presence of green bugs In the more southern sections failed to cause any comment. Reports from the wheat conference at Rome were taken as indicating that something might develop there, but the schemes proposed thufi far have not- been taken very seriously by the local element on account of the large number of countries that would have to ratify any recommendations and the time involved. Com -- Corn was firm during the morning but eased later with wheat- Country offerings continued small and it was claimed that a large part of the purchases to arrive were made at smaller terminal markets. Bookings were 80,000 bushels and cash sales 65,000 bushels. Bye -- Rye dropped over 2 cents as the result of liquidation based on the official announcement that the countervailing duty would not be assessed on imports of rye from Poland. Expect Irregular market awaiting the outcome of legislation or other devedopments. Butter-- Cash srades unchanged and from all appearances the undertone can be called steadier. Futures met a more friendly class Ergs -- The spot market was easier with storage packed down ii cent. October futures closed ',i cent lower although strong bidding support was shown fractionally below 18% cents. Comment: Believe butter and eggs will mark time for the present. RJceville Glee Club to Be Sent to State Meet RICEVILLE, April 11.-- The high school girl's glee club, which won the right to participate in the music contest at Iowa City by their splendid showing at the Charles City contest, will have its Iowa City trip financed by public subscription. The American Legion auxiliary voted at a recent meeting to donate ?5 toward the fund. Am Gas El 26 Am Sup Pow 35i Ark N Gas A 1 Assoc G El A 154 Can Marconi 3 Can Ind Alk 15% Dist Corp Seas 19% E! Bd Sh 16ji Ford M of Eng 7% Hirem Walker 44 Hud B M S 13« Humble Oil 4554 Niag Hud 6% Pennroad Corp 3 54 CHICAGO Kendix Ay Cor 1954 S O Ind S O Ky United Gas Un L P A U S Ind Al Util P 4 L A Vanadium Un Gas Im] West Myld Warren Bros West Union Worth. Pump North Amer Av STOCKS Cord Co 35= 54 3% 2751 15 vS 1154 56% 26-Ti 6% Borg-War Cor 2554 Marshallu Field 19 Butler Bros 11 Swift i Co 1774 NEW VOBK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 21% Jewel Tel 47 Am Car Fdy 28% Am Roll Mills 24* Am R S Co 16 Am S R Co 44=4 Am Tob 73 3051 All Ret Co Ar Co A (111) 7% Baldwin Lo Bamsdall Oil Briggs Mfc Co Byers A M Co Cal Packing Com Credit Com Solvents Cont Oil Cudahy Pack 14 S A 9=i 16% 28% 27'A 33% 30 21VI 46% Kelvlnator Corp 20% Lambert Co 27% Llq Car Corp 30% Mack Truck 33 Vi Math Alkali 36% Mex Sea Oil 37¥j McK and Robb 8% Otis Steel fi% J C Penney Co 67% Plllsbury Flour 25^ Pure Oil Co 13 Pur Bak Corp 16% Puc Ser of N J 37»i Reo Motors 4 Simmons Co £1}* S Cal Edison 19«j ·':· ; --*l Curt Wrig pfd 1154 Tide Wa Oil Co : ·ndlan Ref 354 JNO.F. CLARK CO. Chicago-New York-New Orleans 325 I. 0. F. Bids. Fhone 45-8*6 A. B. HENDKICKSON, Branch Mgr. 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