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TWENTY-SIX MASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETTE APRIL 12 1934 PABST GOES IN I THIRD RANKING (Continued From gporti PÂ»it) night and was only two pins short of the week's high score. Harry lÂ«e was the star of the night with a 223 high single and 597 for his - series. Blows in the last frame cost him a 600 score. No 1,000's, no 600's, and only six 200's .were scored. A. Sondergaard and Babe Eauclaire each got a pair of the 200 games. The pins were falling hard and splits were Jrequent during the evening. WAGtTER COAL COMPANV Fuyen-- lit jnd 3rt Tot, Av. J. Tone I9Z no 107 819 173 A. SKucetx-rr.. 13Â« It. Lndwli . . . . 14.1 f. \VÂ»KiÂ»r . . . . ISt B. .l'ODQgennÂ»n 168 Actual Pins . 7BI . Handicap .. 103 110 775 103 198 150 170 102 803 103 433 492 44t 481 2369 309 Total rim .. 894 878 DOS 2678 NORTHERN OILERS Int 2nd 3rd Tot. 190 223 18* 097 200 192 204 H. Lw R. Matter 146 H. Finch 17(1 A. Soadergaard 20Z F. Duncan . . . . 178 Aetna! Fins . Handicap .. 886 181 181 180 104 939 41 157 937 41 027 043 SsS 499 2788 123 41 Total Plnj ... 9!7 976 878 3881 960 J. Bell H. HanMn . . , A* Itanscn M. Wobke . . . . B. Eaoelalre .. Actual Flm . Handicap . . . FABST BLUE RIBBON 1st 2nd 3rd Tot. 182 166 170 518 RUDD TEAM WILL BE OPPONENTS IN OPENING CONTEST ('onUnned From Sports Tact) ting, tailing fly bills and sliding at the high jump pit. The field laid for baseball at the stadium should be excellent. A diamond has been placed at the south end of the running track, the plate in the southwest corner of the square. A grass infield, and long outfield stretches are features of the layout. A screen, set in sleeves that are anchored in concrete, serves as backstop, and will be removable for storage. Heavy steel construction was used in it, and two more sections will be added. BULGE IN RECEIPTS BLOCKS HOG ADVANCE , 181 , 156 , 169 , 21Z 45 177 168 102 S79 45 196 148 106 179 859 49 549 481 803 (93 2644 131! 1 Total Pin, . . 951 8Z4 904 GLOBE-GAZETTE 1st 2na 3rd ... 173 111 128 147 DnsoM W. McCflnley . C. Maluui K. PoireU I. Culloton ... L Cute Aetnal Fins . Handicap . . . 172 150 161 70 148 180 170 170 841 66 104 147 781 66 Tot. 324 120 339 493 528 113 3383 ZOZ 831 907 847 2585 86 PRESSBOX (Continued from sporU pace) . periences with league play last season have made club backers shy from setting' up the same sort of systems again. ? # * As for the story from Fairmont, Minn., about a league's Â· being formed, it's a pipe dream, so far as Mason City's entry is concerned. Probably so far as the whole league is concerned, somebody's just fooling the folks. * * * It's pretty well apparent that the North Iowa baseball fans, want a good show for their baseball money, without having much regard for the home team's ability to win from neighboring towns. That's the little thing that has sent league baseball in, this section down the chute. " . Â· . # * a "Â·'.?" .TheM) wffl be more good exhi- ii.bilion baseball 'this summer than before. The fans want It Â· ";' that way.'And the customer is always right. Â· *. * Versatile '.'. The most versatile athlete seen on Hawkeye track squads for many years is a North lowan, Francis Cretzmeyer of Emmetsburg. He can hurdle, in either the highs or lows, high jump,or broad jump, and now he's going to throw the javelin. * * * He makes good marks at all the events, too. About :15 for the high hurdles, :24 for the lows, 6 feet on the high jump, . 24 feet on the broad jump, and 180-190 feet with the javelin are his expected performances for the early outdoor season. * # * Â·In all but the javelin, he scored 35.7 points this last winter, for the indoor season, 17 against Minnesota and 15% in the state quadrangular meeting.. Just one thing may hamper his first appearance outdoors, Saturday, against Coe. l"-'s been having the measles. Goodell Scores 21 st of Baseball Victory String GOODEUu, April 12.--Goodell high achol baseball team defeated the' Sheffield diamond men 6 to 0 to: bring its string of consecutive victories to 21. Carpenter, Goodell's pitching ace, struck out 16 men while the opposing pitcher, Ahlberg, forced 11 to lay the bat. Sheffield got 5 hits to Goodell's 6. Boiler was on the receiving end for Goodell while Storehouse held Ahlberg's throws. Boiler of Goodell led the hitting with three hits in three trips to the plate. CARD COMPLETE FOR FRIDAY MIX (Continued From Sports PÂ«ie) his townman's defeat in his bout Friday night. The third 6 rounder is a local ring natural. "Swede" Hare, classy Fort Dodge middleweight, will go against Ronald Malcohm, Waterloo, knockout artist. These two maulers have appeared numberous times in the local ring and have never been defeated. The Fort Dodger defeated Ray Schneck and Al Wilson, both of Waterloo, while Malcohm has knocked out Don Larkin of New Hampton and Kid Ripley of Charles City in the local ring. Malone New Here. The last six rounder will see a new face in Johnny Malone of St. Paul, opposing Freddie Tompkins, local lightweight scrapper. Malone has fought in most of the Minnesota cities, that are staging shows, and Is rather a favorite in the twin cities. His record shows that he has fought leading lightweights in Min nesota. Tompkins will be making ils first start since his match las month against Mexican Joe Rivers and predicted last night that he would knock out the Minnesota scrapper in order to get matches in the twin cities. Promoter Joe Kelly will referee all the six round main events, and las obtained the services of "Slim" Craychee, former Mason City ring dol, to referee the preliminaries. 2apt. Fred Shaffer will announce, he first bout will start at 9:30 VHEAT-- ClOCk. Â· (May ... | July ... Sept. ... CORN-May ... July ... Sept. ... OATS-May ... July ... Sept. ... GRAIN MARKETS SLIP DOWNWARD Corn, Oats, Barley Lead Drop Under Pressure of Liquidation. CHICAGO, April 12. (ff)--Liquidating sales of May holdings of grain futures broadened out late today, wltn corn, oats and barley leading a consequent decline of prices. Oats fell to within 1% cents of the season's low price record, and barley was off about 2 cents. General desire was evident on the part of holders of nearby futures in all grains to liquidate, so as not to be forced to take delivery of cash grain in May. Wheat closed weak, IU-I',4 under yesterday's finish, May 85%-Vi, July 85%-%; corn %-!% down, May W-%, July 50%; oats 1%-% off,' and provisions unchanged to a. decline of 2 cents. Produce MASON CITY, April 12.- Cash Quotations by K. G. Morse Eggs (current receipts) 12c Heavy hens, 4Â£ Iba. and over . .10c Light hens 6c Springs (heavy breeds) lOc Springs (Leghorn breeds) 6c Stags 6c Old cocks (heavy) 5c Merchants Quotations Eggs, cash 12c* Eggs, in trade 13-140* Butter, Plymouth 29c Butter, Clear Lake .. Â· 27c Butter, State Brand 29c Butter, Very Best 29c Butter, Dairy Maid 27c Butter, Brookfield Potatoes, peck ..27c 30c *EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown grocery stores. CHICAGO CASH GRAIN. CHICAGO. April 12. W)--Wheat, No. 3 red 88Mc; No. 2 hard S8Â«C; No. 2 mixed 80c: corn. No. 2 mixed 483U; No. 3 mixed 48MC: No. 2 yel'ow - .jc: No. 2 yellow --*. ,.- , a c;' No. 2 yellow old 49HÂ®50c; No 3 yellow 48*jS?49c: N O . 3 yellow old 49'ic' No. 6 yellow 47Vtc: No. 2 white sic; No. 2 white old 51Wc: No. 3 white 505ic: lake blllng. No. 2 yellow 4Sc; No. 3 yellow 4SHc; No. 3 white 51HO: oats. No. 2 white 33Â® 33Xc; No. 3 white 33yc; No. 4 white 31S 31-Mc; (lake hl'ling, -No. 2 white 32Â»;c: No. 4 white 31"ic); no rÂ«; barley 45ffsOc timothy seed. J6.301f6.90 cut.: clover seed SUÂ«?12.75 cwt. Lard, tierces, bellies SS. CHICAGO PBODCCE CHICAGO. April 12. ilpt--Butter, 7.075. firm; creamery-specials (S3 score). 22 to 22%; extras (92), 2154: extra firsts (9091). 2051 to 21: firsts (88-89), 20i to 20%: seconds (86-87), 19^; standards (90 centralized carlots). 21. Eggs--27.740, steady: extra firsts, cars. 16%; local, 1C; fresh graded firsts, cars, 16; local, 15%; current receipts, 15. CHICAGO, April 12. un--Poultry, live. 2 cars, 31 trucks, steady: hens. 13 to 15%: Leghorn hens, 13: Bock fryers, 25 to 26; colored. 25; Rock springs, 23 to 24; colored, 23: Rock broilers, 25 to 26; colored, 25: Leghorns 20: bnrebacks. 19; roosters, 9}; turkeys. 12 to 20; spring ducks, 14 to 16; old, 12 to 15; geese, S. Si.95: loose !ird J5.77; MasonCityGrain PRODUCE FUTURES. CHICAGO, April 12. CT-- Egs futures closed: Storage packed firsts April 17Â»c; Btor- Â»ce packed firsts May 171ic; refrigerator standards October 191sc. Butter futures closed: Storage standards November 23?ic. No potato futures. Barley MASON CITY, April 12.-- 30-45C No. 2 yellow old shelled corn 36c No. 3 yellow new shelled corn.. .35c No. 3 yellow ear corn S3c White oats, No. 3, 30 Iba, or better .^ .' 25He THUBSDAV GRAIN CLOSE. CHICAGO, April 12. High Low .86% .S55S 4 ENTERED FOR EVENT AT DRAKE (Continued From Sports Page) sprinters will both be in the century and 200 yard dashes. Metcalfe hopes to lower the world records in the hundred and : ^ the 220 yard dash. Ray Sears '-itler, holder of the American re: of 9:07.8 hi the two mile run will match strides with Ivan Fuqua of Indiana and Neree Alix, Michigan's Big Ten indoor champion. v " Schools on list. Among schools which will be represented are: Iowa, Iowa State, Drake, Minnesota, Indiana, Illinois, Michigan, Purdue, Chicago, Marquette, Northwestern, Missouri, Kansas, Kansas State, Oklahoma, Oklahoma Aggies, Oklahoma Baptists, DePauw, Grinnell, Knox, Iowa Teachers, Coe, Bradley, Simpson, South Dakota, South Dakota State, Morningside, Iowa Wesleyan, Notre Dame, Abilene Christian (Texas), Buena Vista, Pomona (Claremont, Cal.), Washington State, Butler, Penn college and Parsons. Rockford Lists Springs! Team as First Opponents ROCKFORD, April 12. -- The opening of the Rockford high school baseball season is carded for Friday with Nora Springs visiting the local diamond. A total of 23 players has been out for practice, including five veterans. Sido and Schriever, pitchers, Crowell, catcher and the Gish brothers, outfield and infield players, will be on the list. The schedule is not complete, but will include Colwell as the second opponent. .85S .88 U .4-14 .00% Â·32S NEW VORK PRODUCE. XE\V YORK. April 12. (.T)--Butter, 15,534. firmer. Creamery, higher than extr :3^iff!4c; extra (92 score) 23e; first (S 91 scores) 22$T22.\c: seconds unquoted; cen tralbed (90 score) 22Â«c. Eggs, 20.768,' steady. Mixed colors, me dlums. 10 lbs.. ISKlSiic; dirties No. 1. 4 lbs., 15=Jic; other mixed colors unchanged CHICAGO PRICES DECLINE 5 CENTS Demand for Dressed Pork in Wholesale Markets Is Slow. CHICAGO, April 12. (#)--A bulge in receipts and an indifferent demand in toe wholesale market for dressed pork arrested the upward trend of the hog market today and prices declined 5 cents. The top declined to 54.10 with the bulk ranging from $3.70 to $4. Packers had 3,000 hogs direct and were disposed to buy the remainder of their requirements among the less desirable kinds which could be had from $3.25 to 53.85 Receipts at the principal outside markets were much heavier than last Thursday and the price level ranged from barely steady to 10 cents lower. Trade was generally slow. Cattle trade was active with prices steady to 25 cents higher. Th advance was scored chiefly on me dium and lower grade cattle. Heav steers topped at $7.65. The bulk sol from $5.25 to $6.75. Sheep and lambs were plentiful! supplied and the market was slow developing. Steady prices wer asked, but buyers talked lower Most good wooled lambs were hel at $9.50 and above, but bids wer around $9.25 downward. Hog Markets Hog prices at midwest market* Thursday: WATERLOO--Prime hoes 180 to 200 Ibs. S3.20fi3.50; 200 to 260 Ibs. $3.30^:3.60; 260 to 300 Ibs. J3.20B'3.30; 300 to 325 Ibs. J3.10 ST3.40; 325 to 350 Ibs. J3B3.30; good packers J2.70SJ2.80. OCTUMWA--Unchanged; 140 to 100 Ibs J2.10; 160 to 180 Ibs. S3.10; 180 to 200 Ibs $3.55; 200 to 240 Ibs. $3.65; 240 to 260 Ibs. $3.00; 200 to 280 Ibs. $3.50: 280 to 310 Ibs. $3.40; 310 to 350 lbÂ». $3.25: over 350 Ibs. $2.85^3.15: packers under 350 Ibs. $2.600 2.90; packers 350 to 450 Ibs. $2.50@2.SO; packers over 500 Ibs. $2.30(!f2.60; thin packers and piss priced at killing values. CEDAR BAPIDS--Hogs and corn unchanged. DBS MOIKES--5-10c higher; 120 to 150 Ibs. $1.75Â®2.73: 150 to 300 Ibs. $2.75CC3.40- 300 to 400 Ibs. 52.90Â®3.25; good packers W.45Â®4.85. AUSTIN--Choice light lights, 140-160 Ibs., $2.80; choice lights, 160-180 Ibs., $3.lo; choice medium, 180-200 Ibs., $3.45; choice medium, 200-230 Ibs.. J.3.55; choice heavy butcher. 250-290 Ibs.. $3.40: 280-330 ibs $3.25: 350 Ibs. and up, $3.05; choice paci ers. 275-350 Ibs.. $2.90; 330-423 Ibs.. $2.8f 425 Ibs. and up, S2.70. Market Notes By TICKER TAPE HYE-May July Sept July Sept .32 "1 .327i .32 S July ...... , Sept ...... BELLIES-May ....... July ....... .42 =i .44% Â·44-i G.07 C.15 6.32 .30'J .31X .31% .58 .59 -i .61 Vi .40% .42% -43 li .40% .42% .44 5.00 6.07 6.27 S.02 8.30 THL'BSDAV GKAl.N OPEX CHICAGO, April 12. u May July Sept. cor May July Clarion High Athletes Are Honored at Banquet CLARION, April 12.--A banquet, In the form of a "navy hop," was given in honor of the high school students outstanding in athletics Tuesday night. On the program were: C. J. Christiansen, W. N. Kennedy, Leon Morris, Dean Linfor, Orville Orr, George Strever, high school boys' quartet and Maurine Comer. A trophy was presented to Wayne Sharp by Mr. Orr, in recognition of his work as high point man on the wrestling team. Stoefen, Overtrained, Defaults in N-S Match PINBHURST, N. Car., April 12. CS") -- Competition became more heated as national ranking stars went Into the quarterfinals of the north and south tennis tournament. One youthful face, however, was missing from the group of favored performers. Lester Stoefen of Los Angeles, seeded third, told the tournament committee he was "over- tennised" and weary after two Bancroft and Grant Scrap Through Tight Ball Game BANCROFT, April 12.--A tight battle that ended 4 to 3 for the local high school team was fought out on the Bancroft baseball diamond with Grant township. Each outfit got 4 hits and Bancroft gave 2 errors, while Grant was free from mistakes. Kelly, Richardson, Pederson and Soever were used in the battery jobs by Grant, while Cayler, Welp and McGuire were the local batteries. Kelly struck out 6 in less than three innings. Richardson whiffed 4, Cayler 10, in four innings, and Welp 7 in three innings. OATS-May July Sept RYE-May July Sept BARLEY-May July Sept LARD-May July Sept BELLIES-May July July Open Today .j Jeii .sey. .87% .4551 .51VI .53% .32;i .32'ii, .32~i 6.07 6.15 : G.32 Close Close Yesterday Yr. Ago .86% .87S .49 Â« .5151 .54i .32'i .3254 .33 .63% .44% .45 !i 6.02 6.10 6.30 8.02 8.02 8.30 .60% -61',-i .62% .32% .34V. .36 'A .20% .21 .21H .45% -45% .46% 4.45 4.55 4.67 5.20 5.20 5.45 MDfNEAPOHS GRAIN. MINNEAPOLIS, April 12. . jeat 33 cars, 93. a year ago; %c to l%c lower. Cash: No. 1 northern 85Â®8Sc; No. 1 dark northern 15 protein S5Â«89c; 14 protein 85Â® SBc; 13 protein 85@89c; 12 protein 85SJ89C; No. 1 dark hard Montana 14 protein 86Â® 88c: to arrive 86(J?88c; No. 1 amber durum 99Â«cÂ®51.054; No. 2 amber durum 98KcÂ® Sl.04%; No. 1 red durum 82V-(ija4%c; May S2c; July 82%c; September 82'/ic. Corn No. 3 yellow 42@42 I ,sc. Oats No. 3 white 2SSÂ®29Sc. OMAHA GRAIN. OMAHA, April 12. L-PI---Wheat: Dark hard No. 1, 81c: dark hard smutty No. 4, 79%c; hard No. 3, 79c; No. 4, 79HC. Corn: Yellow No. 2, 42q. Oats: So trading reported. Truex Leads Rockets to Victory on Baseball Lot MARBLE ROCK, April 12.--Paced by the stellar hitting of Truex, veteran catcher, who gathered a homeruo, single and triple, and keeping their defense tight throughout, the Marble Rock Rockets defeated Nora Springs high school on the local baseball diamond, 6 to 4. KANSAS CITY GRAIN. KANSAS CITY. April 12. UP)--Wheat: 73 cars; %c lower. No. 2 dark hard sng;821ic: No. 3, 77% Â©asc nominal; No. 2 hard 79Â® 80%c; No. 3, 77tiÂ®SSc nominal; No. 2 red 79%c: No. 3 garlic Sic. Corn: 15 cars; ii-2c lower. No. 2 white 4714@48c; No. 3, 45%Â®47%c nominal; No. '2 yellow 44H@46c nominal; No. 3. 43}L@ 45%c nominal: No. 2 miied 44ff45Sc nominal; No. 3. 43%@45c nominal. Oats: 2 cars; %@lc lower. No. 2 white JlÂ®32Vic nominal; No. 3, 30}i@31-y,c nominal. Miscellaneous Rockwell Opens With Win at Ventura by Big Count ROCKWELL, April 12 Rockwell high school opened its baseball season with a 20 to 1 victory over Ventura at the latter school. Coleman, Sawyer and Von Eps were the batteries. Each pitcher allowed a single hit. Mrs. ThomUs Elected, FLOYD--Mrs. W. Linquist was hostess Wednesday afternoon to months of tournament play. He de- members and friends of the Dorcas faulted in yesterday's second round society. Mrs. Ray Thomas was elec- to A. L, Bruneau of Brooklyn. J ted secretary. POTATO MARKET. CHICAGO, April 12. LT)--U. S. department of agriculture-Potatoes, 108, on track 365, total U. S. shipments 711; old stock, table stock steady, seed stock dull, supplies liberal, demand and trading rather slow; sacked per cwt.; U. S. No. 1, Idaho russets 6 cars 51.66, 2 cars fine quality 51.72%; Washington russets combination grade 1 car 51.47%, 3 cars 51.50; U. S,, No. 2, 1 car $1.40; RÂ«d river section, Minnesota, Worth Dakota early Chios most stock being offered around 51.50, 1 car 51.55, 1 car 51.57H; Nebraska triumphs i car S1.55; Wisconsin round whites l car Si.55. North Dakota mixed red and white partly graded 1 car, $1.15; new- stock steady, supplies moderate, demand and trading moderate; Texas sacked per cwt: Bliss triumphs mostly $3.10$3.20; Florida bushel crates, ftw sales $1.70Â® 1.72% crate. MARKET NOTES Continental Can company common stock established on 53 annual dividend basis with declaration of a quarterly payment of 75 cents. First quarter sales were 20 per cent above first quarter last year. Barnsdall corporation has paid off ai; bank loans, totaling 52,600,000 at the end of 1932 and operated at- a profit during the first quarter this year. American Rolling Hill company reports March business the best since 1929 with Indications of substantial earnings for common stock In first quarter. Westlnghouse Electric and Manufacturing company reports first quarter bookings gained 57 per cent over the 1933 period, totaling 520,100,000 against $12,850,000. Atlantic Refining company more than earned charges In first quarter this year, according to estimates, against a net toss of 53,127,000 In the first three months of 1933. American Radiator and Standard Sanitary company reports gross sales for, first two months this year increased 48.5 per cent over the comparative months last year. General Foods corporation tonnage sales for first quarter Increased 28 per'cent over last year, according to company's president. American Beet Sugar company reports 51,195,313 consolidated net profit for nine months ended Dec. 31, 1933, equal to 524,69 a share on 7 per cent preferred. Glldden company reports net profit of 5217,510 for March against $82,120 a year ago; net profit for five months ended with March was 5575,724 against net loss of 5188,190 In corresponding period a year ago. Industrial Rayon corporation directors recommend 3-for-l stock split. March quarter net income was S6T2.307, equal to 53.36 a common share against 5229,376 or ?1.59 a share In 1933 quarter. Libby-Owens-Ford Glass company directors voted regular quarterly dividend of 30 cents; March quarter earnings were 51,370,998, equal to 54 cents a common share against 5623,103 or 28 cents a share in 1933 quarter. General Fronze corporation earned S8S9 after taxes in first quarter against net loss of 549,697 in corresponding) quarter last year. Addressograph-Mult iRraph corporation and subsidiaries earned $87,274 or 11 cents a share in two months ended Feb. 23 against net loss in first two months last year. Madison Square Garden corporation and wholly owned subsidiaries earned S117.459 or 38 cents a share in quarter ended Feb. 28 against $40,106 net loss In preceding quarter. Nine months' net loss $88.170 against 538,887 in corresponding period a year earlier. Interstate Department Stores and subsidiaries earned 5181,927 or 5 cents a common share In year ended Jan. 31. 1934, against net loss of 5594,068 in preceding year. Baltimore and Ohio railroad revenue freight handlings for the weeJc endÂ«d April 7 total 36,61fi cars against 43,599 the week before and 31,722 a year ago. Great Northern railway loadings, including receipts April 7. totaled 10.136 cars against 14,905 a' week earlier and 8,428 a year ago. New York Central system freicht cars handlings for -week ended April 7 totaled 95.695 cars acalnrt 109,970 the week before and 70.412 last year. Norfolk and Western railway in week ended April 7 movel a total of 20,512 cars against 23,816 the week before and 15,657 a year ago. Pennsylvania railroad revenue freieht han- dlings for April 7 week totaled 82,977 cars against 91.69S the week before and 72,090 a year ago. Southern railroad loadings for Aorll 7 -eek totaled 39.7S3 tars against 20,161 the week before and 17,801 a year ago. Union Pacific railroad loadings for April 7 week totaled 11,176 cars against 11,151 the week before and 10.507 a year ago. American Telephone and Telegraph, company reoorts February net ooeratini: Income of SI.531,894 against 5336.339 in February last year. Report covers operating activities only. HIDES, WOOL MINNEAPOLIS FLOUB. MINNEAPOLIS. April 12. I.T?--Flour, unchanged. Shipments 26.467. Pure bran S18.50JS19. Standard middlings J17Â®17.50. NEW YORK SUGAR. NEW YORK. April 12. GP--sw suRir quiet today and no sales reported. Futures about 1 point net Mcher. Refined unchanged at i.SOc for flue granulated. Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest. HIDES Horsehides S1.7 Cured beef hides 6Â«Ac Green beef hides- 5c WOOL No. 1 clean bright... Semibright ..24C Ib. .230 !b. Rejects 19c Ib. Mason City Livestock MASON CITY, April 12.-- HU03 Steady to 33 cents higher. Best sorted lights 200-240 S3.6I Best medium weight butchers 240-260 53.GC Best heavy butchers . , , , . , . 260-300 $3.4. Best prime heavy butchers .. 300-350 53.35 Best packing sows, smooth .. 300-350 $2.91 Best heavy sows, smooth .. 350-400 J2.S( Best fafg heavy sows, smooth 450-500 52.60 Light lights, fair to good, (140, 160, ISO) .....,$2.20, ?2.70, 53.00 (TATTLE Choice youcE steera ., 800-1,000 Jl.75-3 50 Medium to good yearling steera 900-1,000 53.75-4.50 oice corn fed steers 1,000-1.200 $4,5Q-5.2a Jedium to good CMID fed Steers ,1.000-1,200 53.75-4.50 x)W grade Stee7s .. 52.50-3.60 Fair heifers 600-800 $2.75-3.50 Good heifers 600-SOO $3.50-4.00 Jholce to prime heifers 600-800 $4.00-4.50 ?utchers cows, fair to good ....J2.oo-n.5t) Good to choice cows ,..,.,.52.50-2,70 ;hoica to prime cows J2.75-3.00 nferlor cannera .75-1.00 Â·"air to good "cacners $1.25-1.50 lood cutter cows 51.50-2.0U ommon to lair bulls $1.75-2.25 ''air to good heavy bulls .$2.00-2.25 Good to choice bulls . $2.25-2.75 Good to choice calves. 130-190.. 53.30-4,50 Medium to good calves, 130-190 $2.50-3.50 nferior and common calves ,.. $2.50 down LAMBS es lambs , 70-90 $7.73-8.2ft ledlum to good lambs ... 70-90 $8.75-7.75 Buck lambs $1 under grade. Quotations subject to market fluctuations. CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO, April 12. LD--(U. S. depart- .ent of agriculture)--HOGS--17,000, in- luding 3.000 direct; slow, mostly 5 cents iwer than Wednesday; 170-260 lbs.. 54Â® 10; top, 54.10; 270-310 Its., $3.75814; ght lights, 53.50@4: good pigs, 52.759 25; packing sows, 53.1083.35: light light, ood and choice, 140-160 lbs., S3.50SJ4; ght weight. 160-200 lbs., S3.firstname.lastname@example.org: medium weights, 200-250 Ibs., 53.95(04,10; eavy weight, 250-350 lbs., ?3.75@4,05; acklng sows, medium and good, 275-550 bs., 53S3.50; pigs, good and choice, 10030 Ibs., 52.50J/3.50. CATTLE 6,000; calves 2,000; fed steers id yearlings strong to 25c higher; weighty teers up most; Inbetween grades showing maximum advance; very few well finished ght cattle in crop. bu?k light steers and earlfngs S5.25@6.Â£0, but most weighty teers bringing 56.25Â®7.25; choice 1,500 Ib. verages $7.65; other killing classes strong- r; yearling heifers 56.35; slaughter cattle 1 vealers: Steers, good and choice, 550 900 lbs.. 56.356)7.75: 900 to 1100 lbs. 6.3597.75; 1100 to 1300 Ibs. SG.email@example.com; 300 to 1500 lbs. S6.firstname.lastname@example.org; common and medium, 550 to 1300 lbs.. S4.25Â®6.50; helf- rs. good and choice, 550 to 750 lbs., SSÂ® .35: common and medium S3.50Â®5: cows, ood, email@example.com; common and medium 2.85S3,75; low cutter and cutter Sl.SOfn -S5: bul's (yearlings excluded), good (beef) 3.15(53.75; cutter, common and medium, firstname.lastname@example.org; vealers, good and choice, S5() .50; medium S4@5; cull and common S3@ ; stocker and feeder cattle: Steers, good nd choice, 500 to 1030 Ibs., $4.75S5,75; ommon ana medium $3.25*4.75. SHEEP--12,000; fat lambs opening slow. alklng steady to easier; choice wooled lambs 'ield above 59.50; early bids around 59.25 r below: few good clipped lambs, 57.50 heep steady; lambs, 90 lbs. down, good anc holce, S8.90??9.60: common and medium 9: 90-98 lbs.. good and choice, 58.755? .50: ewes, 90-150 lbs., good and choice. 3.75(i?5.25; all weights, common anc COMBINED HOG KECEII'TS. DES MOINES. April 12. or.*--U. S. d partment of agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 22 concentratlo yards and 7 packing plants located In in terlor Io w a and southern Minnesota for 24 hour period ended at 8 a. m. today wer 10,100 compared with 12,900 a week HE and 22,900 a year ago. Fairly active steady to lOc higher, loading moderatel light. Quotations follow: Light lights. 140 to 16 lbs., good and choice 52.733.50; Ugh weights, 160 to 180 lbs,, good and cholc $email@example.com; ISO to 200 lbs., good and choic SS^SQ'S.aO; medium weights. 200 to 22 lbs., good and Choice $3.55Â®3.85; 220 to 21 lbs., good and choice $3.55g:3.85; heav weights, 250 to 290 lbs., good and cholc $3,40^3.85; 290 to 350 lbs.. good and cholc $3.20(^3.70; pigs. 100 to 130 lbs., good an choice $3.20^3,70; packing sows, 275 to 35 lbs.. good, 52.80i?3,15; 350 to 425 lbs.. good 52.705F3.05; 423 to 550 lbs., good, 52.55!g 2.95. lambs; lambs opening fully steady; earl sales fed wooled lambs to packers $9; earl top to shippers $9.10; native spring lamb up to $10; early sales fresh shorn lamb $7-30; fall shorn up to $8.35; ewes feeding lambs practically absent. SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL. April 12. UPI--U. S department of agriculture-CATTLE 2,100: opening slow on slaugh ter steers and yearlings; about steady; few desirable lots $5.504?6; "her killing class es moderately active, fully steady; medium :o good cows S3.25@4; big weight hellers S4.25(u'4.75; low cutter and cutter cows S1.firstname.lastname@example.org; medium to good light heifers 4.50Â©5.65; common and medium bulls 52.41 Â§12.90; medium grade stockers around 54 down; late Wednesday best 894 Ib. yearlings 16.25 showed that day's full advance; calves 1,700; uneven; better grades with weight fully steady; spots higher; weights under 120 lbs. weak with close sorts; good o choice 140 lbs, up 54.50^5.50; odd head i- under 120 lbs. down to 54. HOGS 4,000; fairly active, steady to 5c tiigher; good and choice 170 to 250 lbs. lostly 53.65r*?3.75; top 53.75; bulk better 50 to 350 lbs. S3.254r3.65: bulk packing ows S2.85S3; desirable 130 to 170 bs. email@example.com; slaughter pigs mostly 52.25Â® .75; stock pigs largely around 52 and be- average cost Wednesday 53.47; weight 18 lbs. SHEEP 500; practically nothing done any on light supply slaughter lambs: early ndlcations around steady on all classes; ellers asking 59 and above on best wooled KANSAS C1T1' LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY, April 12. LT--U. S. de- artment of agriculture-HOGS 3.000; no directs; mostly steady with Wednesday's average on 170 lbs. and underweights dull, weak to 15c lower; 53.70 on choice 170 to 250 Ibs.; good nd choice 140 to 160 lbs. 52.75Â©3.5Q; 160 ISO !bs. $3.35Â©3.70; 180 to 200 tbs. $3-50 '3.70- 2Â«0 to 220 lbs. $3.600:3.70; 220 to 50 lbs, $firstname.lastname@example.org; 250 to 290 lbs. $3.55QJ 70; 290 to 350 lbs, $3.45Â©3.65; packing ows 275 to 550 lbs. $email@example.com. CATTLE 2,500; calves 500; fed steers rong to 15c higher; spots up 25c; other lllng classes steady to strong; stockers nd feeders steady; top yearlings and light eera $6.75; steers, good and choice 550 to 30 lbs $5.65:57.25; 90Q to 1100 Ibs. 55.75 7.35; 1100 to 1300 ibs. Â§5.90Â®7,35; 1300 1500 lbs. 55.75Â®7.35; common and medi- i 550 lbs. up, 53.75^5.90; heifers, good nd chlce, 550 to 900 Ibs. $4.50@6; common nd medium 550 to 900 lbs. $3(S'4.50; cows, aod, $3,firstname.lastname@example.org; common and medium .email@example.com; low cutter and cutter $1.25@ 35; vealers (milk fed) medium to choice .505? 6; cull and common $firstname.lastname@example.org: ocker and feeder steers, good and choice all weights) 54.25^5.75: common and me- um (all weights) 52.50^4.50. SHEEP 5,000; shorn lambs strong; oth- kHUng classes steady; native spring lambs J 65; top fed wooled lambs 58-85; spring mbS, choice, S9.email@example.com; good $S.firstname.lastname@example.org; edlum S7.755S8.50; lambs, good and choice Â·;) 90 lbs down 53.50-^9; common and edium 90 lbs. down 56.50^3.50: good and nolce (x) 90 to 9S lbs, SS.25@9; yearling ethers, medium to choice 90 to 110 lbs, 525SS7.75; ewes, good and choice PO to 150 33. 54(55.25. (^--Quotations based on ewes and, weth- CHOPPY DAY IN STOCK MARKET Specialties Rise in Acriv Flurries But Rails and Industrials Uneven. NEW YORK, April 12. UP)--Th stock market was a bit choppy to day. A number of specialties, par ticularly preferred issues, rose in active flurries but industrials an rails were irregular. U. S. Smelting lost 2 points. U. S. Steel, Chryslei Case and Schenley yielded frac tions to about a pint. American Tel ephone, Loews and Goodyear were | firm. Transfers approximated 1, 350,000 shares. While the strike situation at De troit was still highly indefinite, an Washington news was what migh be called "spotty," speculative cir cles were encouraged by th strength of bonds, many of whici reached new peaks for the past twc years or more. Silver and rubber futures moved up moderately, but cotton was bare ly steady and grains were inclinec to drift lower. International dollar rates held to a narrow groove. Curb Market NEW YORK, April 12. LT1--The curb had an aimless market today. Volume for mos leaders was reduced to nominal proportions and price changes were Inconsequential. Some activity appeared in several mer chandlslng Issues. Butler Stores traded rath er briskly for a fractional gain and Mercantile Stores rose more tlian 2 In its first transfer of the day. Utilities were quiet and steady. Niagara Hudson snowed virtually no change and both Electric Bond and Share and American Gas were equally dull. Metal issues moved narrowly. Industrials were content to drift. Bond Market MEW 1-OHR-, April 12, f..p--Early trad- g In the bond market today was featured ' a resumption of upward movements in many of the corporate categories. Numer- us rail and Industrial obligations were car- Â·ied fractions to a point higher under the npetus of the broad buying movement vhich has been In effect for the past couple f weeks. Indications of further business gains In lajor Industries and unusual ease in money ontlnued to turn investment interest toward long list of loans which showed improved ositlons with respect to Interest coverage at the same time offer good yields. S. governments were firm within small margins of yesterday's final levels on a noderate turnover. Bethlehem Steel 5s Du- uesne Light 415s, Nickel Plate 4%s, South- rn Pacific 4s, Southern Hallway 4s, Al- ghany corporation 5s of 1950, American melting 5s, International Telephone 5a and merican and Foreign Power 5s were among be more actively traded issues at gains Ing up to a point. Lamson Brothers Market Letter LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. April 12. (/Pi--Official esti- ated receipts tomorrow: Cattle, 1,500; OES 14,000: sheep 11,000. SIOTIX CITT ITVJESIOCK. SIOUX CITY. April 12. (.It--U. S. depart- ient of agriculture-CATTLE 3.200; better grade medium and eavy weight beeves moderately active, :cady; other steers and yearlings slow, :eady to easy; fat she stock moderately ac ve, firm; stockers and feeders scarce; ad lots desirable 1173 lbs. to 1205 .eers S6.60rffi6.75; few long yearlings S6.50; ulk S5S6.25; small lots good heifers $5.25; ost beef cows $2.75^3.75; low cutters and utters mainly S1.75S2.50; few plain stock- rs 54.25 down. HOGS 6.500: fully steady to shippers, ackers talking mostly 10-15c lower; top 3.70; early sales better grade ISO to 260 . weights S3.505T3.65; medium butchers lOfitly $3.35 down; good 130 to 170 Ib. eights S2.50B3.25; sown 53S3.10. SHEEP 3.500; wooled Iambs opened eady to lOc higher: three double decks to hippers and packers 59.10; other sales 59: ad SI Ib. shorn lambs S7.30; considered eady: holding mort better grade offerings $9.10 or above: other killing classes arce; late Wednesday one deck 84 Ib. ooiel lambs to packers 59.10. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA. April 12. (,p-- U. S. department : agriculture -HOGS 5,000; active to shippers on weights ntier 240 Ibs.. fully steady; major packers ddinp fully lOc or more lower; packing ws weak to lOc lower; most good and ioice 180 to 240 lbs. S3.60413.70; top S3.75; ackers bidding S3.15B3.50; for 250 to 350 s.; 140 to ISO Ibs. S2.75S3.60: feeder pigs WOOL MARKET BOSTON. April 12. l,n-- (U. S. department of agriculture)--The volume of busi* ness In wool was very limited. An occasional sale was closed, but the amounts in individual sales were in most cases very small. Prices generally were below the peaks of selling ranges prevailing a month tgo, some sales being on the low side of those ranges. Several recent sales of average French tombing 64's and finer territory wool In original bags were closed at 81 to 83 cents, scoured basis. mostly S3rf?3.05; cost Wednesday .50Â®2; packing sows BBS 52.50^3: average S3.42. weight 248. CATTLE 5.000; calves 200: fed steers and yearlings active, better grade strong to 10- 15c higher; medium grades steady; she stock steady; bulls strong to lOc higher; vealers strong: stockers and feeders scarce, steady; fed steera and yearlings mostly 55.25 W6.50; medium weights Sfi.50; choice 1026 Ib. yearlings 57.15: heifers mostly $i.25.ft 5.25; few lots S5.35ffiTi.60: beef cows S2.7S ^4; cutter grades S1.email@example.com: medium bulls S2.65ft2.85: practical top vealers J6, few to a'l Interests S5.50. SHEEP 10,000; entire supply slaughter , Representative Sales CHICAGO. April 12. l.ft--U. S. department of. agriculture--Representative sales: Heavy-40 347 82 316 65 265 39 25* Mediums-47 246 68 223 S9 216 72 203 HOGS. Lights-87 187 52 188 90 175 65 171 Light Lights-37 163 42 147 3.75 3.S5 4.00 4.00 4.05 4.10 4.10 4.05 CATTLE. Steers-- Heifers-39 J314 7.65 25 700 17 1373 7.55 21 674 69 1090 7.50 31 780 15 1151 7.25 19 648 20 1259 6.75 Cows--, 25 1016 6.25 2 1333 22 1139 5.90 5 1114 15 985 S.90 6 950 2 790 SHEEP. Fed West'n Lambs-- clippers-- 4.05 4.00 4.00 4.00 3.90 3.75 230 220 213 218 22$ 200 Woolcd 11 91 86 95 102 86 74 9.40 9.35 9.38 9.35 9.25 9.00 5.00 267 130 128 220 120 88 90 90 85 80 Shorn Ewes-4 117 8 128 14 150 6.30 6.00 r.50 4.50 4.50 3.65 3.00 2.00 7.70 7.60 7.50 7.25 3.50 3.25 3.00 Haugland Renamed Clerk by Forest City Council FOREST CITY, April 12.--W. C. Haugland was reappointed as city clerk and C. D. Montgomery was reappointed city marshal at the meeting of the city council here Wednesday evening. Dr. C. W. Thomas was appointed health commissioner and Howard Nessa was appointed street commissioner. It might be worse. The country might bs managed by those who sit on the fence and tell others how to do it.--Midwest Kevicw. . MARKET REVIEW. CHICAGO, April 12.-Wheat--Liquidation of May wheat was too eavy today for the market to absorb in current small volume of trading am rices suffered a rather severe setback. Oth grains were depressed from a similar se. Aside from Washington develop ents there was nothing In the run of news account for the selling other than the eslre on the part of holders of the nearby iture to liquidate so as not to be forced tc ke delivery of the cash grain next month, ash interests were persistent buyers ol ay futures and sellers of the deferred to iange over hedges, but the outright selling May was regarded as in excess of the langlng orders. The market was under Â·essure late In the session and the close as heavy. Reports of duststorms in the winter and spring wheat areas today were much less in number than yesterday bul Nebraska advices suggested that the storms of late had been sufficiently severe to result In some damage. Seeding of spring wheat In the northwest was said to be making rapid progress and we were advisee by Winnipeg that this work had started in southern Saskatchewan. Considerable attention was given the Washington dispatches relating to the hearings under way for the proposed regulation of the commodity exchanges. Coarse Grains--Liquidation in May corn and May oats were persistent, the former touching a new low for the day shortly before the close when .stops were uncovered. Oats sold at a new low for May since Oct. 17. May barley was off around 2c. Rye met some support on the breaks. Cash sales of corn were 20,000 and of oats 26,000. Only 6,500 corn was booked but 25,000 bushels wheat was reported bought to come from Kansas City. It Is our Belief that considerable of today's selling resulted from liquidation by tired holders and the absence of buying owing to nervousness over the political situation. Butter--Today's market was firm, particularly so for undergrades and cars of centralized, carlot holdings were light, there being only three cars carried over from yesterday. Sentiment continues raised. EJSBS--Most of the cash quotations were unchanged, the exception being cars of firsts which were unchanged to ^c up and the storage packed advanced He. Futures advanced fractionally. Comment--Butter seems to continue In a trading zone. Believe eggs will continue to meet good buying on the setbacks. JOHN F.CLARK AND CO. MARKET INFORMATION 325 I. O. O. F. Bids;. Phone Â«Â£ April 12.-Closing produce Letter -BUTTER-- Trading In the spot market showed a better demand. Quotations on top grades advanced Vi to % cents. Trading in futures was very quiet but offerings were limited and November advanced M. cent. A better tone In the spot market Is likely to result in more buying interest in futures. The warehouse reports Just released, shows holdings ou April 1 of this year, 15,352,000 pounds, which is 6,097,000 pounds more than last year, but only 863,000 pounds more than the 5 year average. EGGS -- The spot market was unchanged, except on storage packed grades, which " and closed cent higher. Futures were firmer cent higher. Reactions. at present, are likely to be only temporary. October eggs seem to be well accumulated and market showing a firm tendency. The warehouse report for April 1 shows 1,207,000 cases this year, which is 626,000 cases less than a year ago and 236,000 cases less than the five year average. POTATOES--No sales today. May of- lercd at 51.80 with ?1.70 bid. Stock List XE\Y VORK STOCKS. NEW YORK. April 12. UP)-Final Quotations, 08 li 3V, Air Reduct Alleghany Al cho i Dye Am Can 104 H Am For Pow lOtt Am Pow . Lt 854 Am Sm Ref 44 Am Steel Fdrs 21 Am Sugar 53Â£ A T T 12014 Am Tob B 73 Am Water Wks Anaconda Atchlson All Htf Auburn Aviation Corp 17% 69 li 295, 3154 Baldwin Loc B Is O Barnsdall Bendlx Beth stl Bordens Borg Warn Burr Add Canada Dry Can Pac Case Cerro de Pasco 37 V, CheÂ» o 47% Ches Corp 47-3; Chi B 111 c a N w Ohio Gt W 14 ft 30 9% 13*1 43 23 23ft 15-4 26% l6T!i 71 ? 1314 Chic Gt W pfd 11 i Pullman Â£, M S P P 654 R c A C M S P 4 P pf H H R K 0 I T 4 T Johns Manv Kennecott Kresge Kroger Lls My B Loews Loose Wiles Lorlllard Maytag McKess i Gob Mid Cont Pet M K T Mo Psc Mont Ward Morrell Nash Nat BIsc Natl cash He A 18 Ji Natl Dairy 15% Natl Distil 30% Natl Pow * Lt IIS N Y Cent 3G!i N r N H 4 H 193, No Amer 19*1 No Pac 34 Oliver Farm 5 Oliver Farm pf 23 Packard 5Â»J Pcnlck if Ford . - Penney Penn Phillips Pet Proc Gam 37% 21 i 20% 32 K 92% 351, 42 it 1TA a 13% 12 32' 50 24 43 S C R I P Chrysler Col c E Comwlth Sou Cons Gas Cons oil Contl can Contl Ins Contl Mot Corn Prod Ctirtiss Wr Deere pfd Pont Eastman El Pow L,t Fox Film A Freeport Tex 5 53Â« 3811 12X 82 32 IS 75 % 41i 34 H 97U 92 67 li 35% 201-i 35Ti 57 8Â« 314 -.t-^uii. ie.i 3^1.^ TÂ« Corp Genl Am Trans 41% Gen El !en Foods Gen Motors Illlettc Gobel Gold Dust loodrlch Goodyear 3814 8% 21 Â«. 3654 Graham Paige 414 3t Nor pfd t West SUR Hudson Mtrs II Cent :nt Hair Â»t NIc Can 29% 30% 2011 32% 28 % Rem Rand Hep Sll Hey Tob B Roy Dutch Sears Roeb Shell U Skelly Socony Vac So Pac St Brands St G E St Oil Cal St Oil N J Stew Warner Stone Web Studebaker Tc.t Gulf Sul 37Â«i Tim Roll Bear 35 Un Carb 45;; Un Pac 133% Unit Air 231; United Corp 6Vi U S Gypsum 43Vj U S Indus Alch 53 U S Rubber 2054 U S Steel 02 H Wabash 4 Vj. Warner PIct 7% West El t MJg 38 =i 21 !i 43 Â«. CO 46 9M 9% Woolworth Wrtgley Yel Tr CHICAGO STOCKS (By Tire Associated Press) cent Pub Ser A _ )exter Co Gt Lakes Air 3rlgsby-Grunoiv : Drug ; \ellogc Switch Llbby-McN'ell Jldwest utll Mldiv ut % pf 52 H. 62 Northwest Bane -Qual; Oats no P-ath Packing Swift Co 1734 Cwlft inti -s 7 i United Gas -Utility and Ind Zenith _ MINNEAPOLIS STOCKS MINNEAPOLIS, April losed: First Bann stock Si4 Northwest Eancorporatlon 455. INVESTMENT TRUSTS (By the Associated PreÂ») Bid and asked on April 12: orporate Tr Sh orporate Tr Sh AA Mod orporate Tr Sh Ac Ser orporatc Tr Ac Ser Mod ivldend Sh atlonwide Sec atlonwlde Sec vtc ....' or Amer Tr Sh or Amer Tr Sh 1955 uarterly :nc Sh ../.... ilected Am Sh Selected Cum Sh Selected Income sh '.'. Super Corp Am Tr A ... U S El L Pow A . . D S El L Pow B U S El L Pow B Vtc .2.13 . 2.40 2.05 2.40 1.26 3.54 1.35 1.92 . 2.49 . 1.39 . 2.78 . 7.10. . 3.68 . 3.13 . 125j, . 2.14 . .82 2.53 1.2S 3.64 1.43 2.2* .90 Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAMSON BEOTHEKS AND CU. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Building Telephone No. 7 NEW YORK CURB QUOTATIONS 45TS' 614 3(4 27 VI 17 3 314 114 Amer Gas El 26% Humble Oil Am Sup Pow 3H Niag Hud Ark Nat Gas A 1=4 Pennroad Corp Assoc G * El A 1 S O Ind Can Marconi 3 S O Ky Can Ind Alk 15% United GÂ«3 El Bd Sh 17^8 Un I. P A Ford M of Ens 7% Utll P L Hud B M S 14 CHICAGO STOCKS Hendix Avi Cp lB5i Key St Wire 17U Bore-Warn Cp 23Vi Marshall Fields 19Â« Butler Bros 114 Swift Co 17Â« Cord Company 6^1 NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 21V1 Mathieson Alk 36^9 Am Car Fdy 27% Mel Seab'd Oi! 37i4 Am Roll Mills 24 S McK Hobb 8S Am Ra S Co 15% Otis Steel 6% Am S fc He Co 44 H J c Penney Co 67Â« Am Tob 73 - -" Atlantic Re Co 29% Ar Co B (111) 7-i Baldwin Lo 14% Barnsdall Oil A 9S Brlggs Mfg Co 16% Byers A U Co 2S!4 Calif Packing 27 Com Credit 33% Coml Solvents 29% Cont oil 2iy, Cudahy Pack'g 47% Curtlas Wr pfd 11% Indian Ref 3V* Jewel Tea 48 li Kelrinator Corp 19 W Kroger Groc 32 li Lambert Co 27 Liquid Carb Cp 30 Mack Truck 3315 Pure Oil Co Purity Bak Cp 16^4 Pub Ser of N J 37% Rea Motors 4 Et Joseph Lead 2314 Simmons Co 21 So Calif Edison 19% Tide Wa Oil Co 12% U S Ind Al 53 mil f t L A 3 a Vanadium 26% Union Oil Calif 17% Un Gas imp 16 H Western Myld 15% Warren Bro Co 10% Western Union 56H Worth'n Pump 26^ Wripley Jr Co 62 Norta Amer Av 6U U. S. BOND QUOTATIONS. NEW YORK, April 12. W-- United States government bonds closed: Liberty 3%s 103.26. Liberty First 451s 103.23. Liberty Fourth 4Us 103.16, Treasury 411s 47-52 110.29. Treasury 4s 44-54 107. Treasury 3%s 40-43 June 103.4. Treasury 31Ss 46-49 100.29. Guaranteed For Bronchial Coughs Ask Frank Huxtable Drug Co., Or Any Progressive Druggist About Buckley's Mixture Here's our offer--ask yourself if ,t's fair or not. Get a 45 cent bottle of Buckley's Mixture (triple strength)--take 2 doses before you jo to bed tonight--then if that :ough old persistent cough hasn't eft you--if you do not sleep like a top all night long--get your money back--it's safe for the kids also and acts like a flash--often one sip tops an ordinary cough.