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POURT1BEN 31ASON CITY GLOBE-GAZETfE APRIL 13 193* BETSY ROSS IN LEAGUE VICTORY Schmidt's City Club Also Winner in Bowling of Thursday Night. FRIDAY GAMES. Tyler-Ryan vs. Hugh Davey and Son, 1 and 2. Studebaker Six vs. Green 51111, S and 4. Betsy Ross Bread and Schmidt's City Club each won three games from their respective opponents, the Stoddard Stone Product and Goodyear teams, in City league bowling Thursday, the Schmidt's team taking all the honors with a 2,967 total which tops the weekly high score list The team also rolled an 1,126 game, and its leadoff man, William Weber, had a 255 single and a 619 total for individual honors, with the ·exception of Ed Shannon's 637 series, which took the high post in that division. Shannon rolled a trio of 200'9, getting 213, 201 and 223. SCHMIDT'S cm CMJB _ _ lilt w. Weber ... us . ... F. Setaildt .. 204 1M 4. Kywi ' 1W W. Howard 3rt total 255 209 619 159 !«4 149 1S3 163 . . . -- ·· T. elmnsen ... 172 168 150 847 832 043 480 » * , 0. Kolb ..... 148 IBS 16* 467 156 " """' "* Actual PlM.."857 2044 838 2721 Handicap ... 82 82 82 246 Total Pln» ....~839 1128 «1Z 2967 JOE DANIELS' GOODTEABS 1st 2nd 3rd Total 199 Ml "· B '° B. J 0 hns;.r::_I91 _16» JIM J»3 _m Actual WM..~905 888 849 8642 884 '.~U ~Z3 "M W JO BETSV ROSS BREAD 2" . 193 V. Morpnew .- "5 J. Berry . . . . . 18B Actual Plni.. 887 Handicap ... -43 201 637 335 474, 46* 960 2745 43 129 Total Plnl . 930 941 1003 287* 958 STODDAKD SIONE Players-- 1st 2nd T. Tracy .'. tt. Knesel V. Lorlnjc. . 3. Mniay . }. Sloddurd . 145 . 116 . 180 2SO . 100 177 . 148 159 PRODUCTS 3rd Total 161 161 292 Ml 146 166 165 461 546 103 473 Actnal Mm.. ~Soi) sn .. MS IPS _ 809 M35 108 300 Tot«l PlM .... 911 919 907 2737 ·« "YOU'LL PAY TO SEE ME," WILD KID TOLD BOSS Contlmicd From Sports Page) ~ he had given up his first love of 'pitchig for the outfield, and was a valuable cog in the pennant-winning Cleveland machine, which was about to engage the Brooklyn Dodgers in the world series of 1920. Sitting in the lobby of the Pennsylvania hotel in New York on the morning of the opening day of the series, a middle-aged man approached Graney: "Hello, Jack," said the stranger, "I always knew you'd make good." In a flash Jack remembered the man. It was none other than the same minor league manager who had predicated that he'd never be a ball player. Total Kentucky Derby stakes winnings ..$215,800 The real "class" of this year's Bradley derby quartet, so far as breeding is concerned, is Blue Again, a colt by Black Servant- Blossom Time, and therefore a full brother to Blue Larkspur, which placed fourth'in the 1929 derby but which proved to be Bradley's best money-winner, acquiring $272,000. Fine Winter Kuii. Boy Valet, by Black Servant- Beach Talk, has had a fine winter campaign; Bazaar is one of the star fillies entered and was Bradley's jest two-year-old money winner ast year, and Baker's Dozen is the Bradley "dark horse," withdrawn from racing last year after one start in which he ran second. The first time Graney went south with the Cleveland club Larry Lajoie was manager, and one day Jack had to pitch batting practice. He was as ·wild as a March hare and it took about 10 minutes for each batter's turn. Finally-Lajoie stepped to the plate, drew the customary line with his hat and told Jack in no uncertain terms to get the ball over. "Here was the manager of the team, the great Nap Lajoie," Jack told me later. "If I could strike him out, I thought I'd have something swell to write to the boys back home about. . "So I wound up and let go with everything I had, and kerplunk, the ball.hit Larry right on top of the head and down he went" like a log. When he revived Lajoie said he wanted to see me in his room after the practice. I went to him, Tlid you got.a lot. of stuff,' he said, 'but all wild men'belong out west,' so he bought me a ticket to Portland Ore." ^_ Nila and Husband Firm in Denials of Split Between Them 'NEW YORK, April 13. UP)-Friends of Nila Cram Cook, former Gandhi disciple, were firm in their denials today that she and her hus- hand, Albert N. Hutchins, had separated. The Iowa poetess merely desired seclusion to work on a book and Hutchins has gone to Delaware for a brief visit with relatives, they explained. Hutchins has returned to New York. C-O-A'L $6.50 ton .$6.50 ton IOWA LUMP . . . (CcnterrUIe) W. KY. NUT .... Above Coals Best In Their Respective Fields. WHT PAX MORE? WolS Bros. PHONE 1148 DOUBLE SPORT CARD ON LIST FOR SATURDAY (Continued Ftom Sports Pace) form in three events--the middle distance runs, high jumping and the high hurdles. Corby will receive some stiff competition in the high jump from a teammate, Reubelin, who reached 5 feet 6 inches while jumping for Northwood last year. William Martin, Negro broad jump artist, is improving steadily in that event and is the Mohawks' chief power at the long leap. "Babe" Bellows, one of the few vets left over from last year's squad, will try his hand at several field events, specializing in the javelin. The Heneman brothers are set to start in the middle distances, both probably starting in the 440 yard dash. Charlie Chin will probably be at the post in the sprints. Little is known of Coach Johnston's squad but the meet promises to furnish some idea of the worth of each candidate trying for a position. "B" HORSES MAY TAKE BIG DERBY (Continued From Sports Z*aie) never hears of many of his gifts to worthy causes and of his "loans" to stranded turfmen. He is unquestionably the champion Kentucky Derby winner, as the following recapitulation of his record in that event will show: Year Entry Place Prize 1921 Behave Yourself 1st ?38,450 1921 Black Servant 2nd' 10,000 1922 Bet Mosie 2nd 6,000 1924 Beau Butler 3rd 3,000 1926 Bubbling Over 1st 50,075 1926 Baggenbaggage 2nd 6,000 1929 Blue Larkspur 4th 1,000 1932 Burgoo King lat 52,350 1933 Broker's Tip 1st 48,925 MASON CITY, April 13- .Barley 30-45c No. 2 yellow old shelled corn 35c ISTo. 3 yellow new shelled corn ....34c No. 3 yellow ear corn 32c White oats, No. 3, 30 Itjs., or better 24c PRESSBOX uly Sept CORN-lay "uly Sept OATS-May ruly Sept RYE-May uly lept BAKLET May 'uly Sept (Continued (ram Sports cue) TOiU.be the roping stunts of a real Texas cowboy, who claims to outdo tVIU Kogers In exhibl- tlons. A student, Ed Newman, from Golden City, Texas, is the lad who will do the act. * * * Most interesting is the rope he'll use. He has raised it from a thread, nursing it through the string stage successfully, although It nearly was lost when it had a bad case of "breakitis" during the time it was a twine . . . that's a good story, too. * . T S A better story, not bearing any relation to the university show, has been told partly by and partly on Dr. Laner. During an interview, he informed a questioner that he had two years of study in Europe before taking his post with the University of Iowa faculty. * * * He had . . . Dr. Lauer attended the German equivalent of the first and second public school grades in his native country before he came to the United States as a youngster. Lamson Brothers Market Letter REVIEW Wheat--Wheat was under pressure of liquidation early, prices making a new low OB the current movement, but the market later recovered all losses and closed a fraction higher than yesterday when news changed for the better. The possibility existed that the selling of the past two sessions had been overdone, as there was some covering at times, but the rally was generally credited to Washington news indicating the possibility of congress adjourning by May 15 and that the commodity exchange btt might not be acted upon at this session. The late news from Washington that the senate had adopted an amendment to the revenue bill which reduces the tax on commodity trades from 5 cents, the present rate, tc 1 cent per SlOo of valuation, was well received and closed the market steady to strong. Interest in the market was larger than-of late, which was natural in view of the developments of the day. Little attention was devoted to routine news. Dry ·weather generally prevailed over the greater part o£ grain belt- with some adverse reports appearing while the forecast suggested unsettled conditions in the northwest. Export demand for ilanltobas was slow, with Winnipeg averaging about unchanged while Liverpool was firm in the face of liberal shipments from the southern hemisphere, Coarse Grains--Coarst grains followed wheat although the recovery in oats was less vigorous than In corn. According to official estimates on farm reserves there la 428,000,000 bushels qf corn held in Illinois Iowa and Nebraska while it is figured that these three states probably have 200,000.00( bushels of corn in cribs pledged as collatcra for government loans. Selling has probabl run its course for the present and we expect steadier markets unless there are adverse developments. Butter--In general, we would call today's market firm, even at the advance. E SKS --Today's spot market is holding steady to firm at the quotations which are unchanged except for the Vic advance ol current receipts. Comment--It would seem that both butter and eggs will continue their present two-sided tendency pending further developments. How unfair that some must strive to be somebody while others fee' that way without doing a darned thing:.--Wisconsin State Journal HOG MARKET RULES 5 TO 10 CENTS HIGHER GRAINS RALLY IN CLOSING TRADE Advance Briskly at Report Exchange Restrictions to Be Put Off. CHICAGO, April 13. (#--Prompt rallies took place in all the grain markets late today following announcement congress was expected to adjourn May 15 without further commodity exchange restrictions. Helping the late recovery of grain values were forecasts of silver legislation. A further stimulus was word the- senate had approved reducing the tax on speculative trades in commodities from 5 cents as at present to 1 cent a $100 valuation. Wheat closed firm, at the same as yesterday's finish to %c higher; May, 85%@4c; July, 85%@'£c; corn unchanged to Uc up; May, 47%@%c; July, 50W@%c; oats, % @%c off, and provisions unchanged to a decline of 2 cents. CHICAGO CASH CHAIN. CHICAGO, April 13. M--Wheat: No. 1 nard 87c; No. 2 hard 88%C. Corn: No. 2 mixed 47c; No. 3 mixed 47c; No. 2 yellow 47ij!47Sc: No. 3 yellow 47c; jampie grade 38c; (lake billing, No. 2 yel- ow 47c). Oats: No. 2 white 31%c; No. 3 white 315tc: No. 4 white 30SJ31SC. Rye: No. 2. 62*ic. Barley: 42®80o. Timothy seed: $6.5006.80 ewt. Clover seed: J11S12.50 rat. Lard, tierces, $5.95; loose lard 55.87: bellies ?8- MasonCityGrain FRIDAY GRAIN OPEN CHICAGO, April 13. /P)-Open Close Yr. Ago Today Yesterday Holiday May July Sept BELLIES-May July .84% .34% .86 .5154 .30 .31 .31S 5.97 . 8.02 . 6.22 .8651 .4-i.i .50'i, .52 « .40% .42 Vi .44 6.00 6.07 6.27 8.02 8.30 FRIDAY GRAIN CLOSE. WHEAT-May July Sept CORN-May July .; Sept OATS-May July Sept. CHICAGO, April 13. HlBh Low .85S .8411 .85% .S4,5 .8651 .85% .47% .50% .52% .85 S .86K .30% .31 H .32 .49% .30 .30% · 3154 .30% .31 .31% .59 .47% .5STs -SO-'i .59S .60% .62% .61U -62S May July Sept. ... BAELEY- May 40% .40 .40% July 42% .413, .42% Sept 43S .43% .43% LARD-May 6.00 5.95 6.00 July 8.05 6.00 6.05 Sept 5.27 6.20 6.27 BELLIES-May S.02 S.OO 8.00 July 8.30 OMAHA GKAIK. OMAHA, April 13. (JP)--Wheat: Hard No. 1. 795ic; No. 2, 7S@79c; No. 3, 7754c; mixed No. 3, 77@775£c. Com: White No. 1, 43£c; No. 2, 43%c; No. 2, 427±@445c; yelow No. 3, 41c. Oats: No trading reported. KANSAS CITY OKADf. KANSAS CITY, April 13. (in--Wheat: 78 cars 5*c lower to Vic higher; No. 2 dark hard 78»ic; No. 3. 80c; No. 2 hard 7954® 805ic; No. 3, SOc; No. 2 red 79c; No. 3, 7755®81c nominal. Corn: 25 cars; unchanged to Kc lower: No. 2 white 4651c; billing, 46»tc; No. 3. 45%@46c nominal: No. 2 yel'.ow 44;54c; No. 3 435i@44c nominal; No. 2 mixed 4355C; No. 3. 42%@43VSC nominal. Oats' 6 cars; unchanged to 5ic lower. No. 2 white 31@32c nominal; No. 3, 3054® 3154C nominal. NEW YORK PRODUCE NEW YORK, April 13. (.W--Butter 8,576. firm. Creamery, first (87-91 scores) 22U® 23c; centralized (90 score) 22%c; other grades unchanged; extra (92 score) 23c. Live poultry, linn. Broilers, express 12® 25c; turkeys, express 18fi22c: ducks, freight lOc: other freight and express unchanged. Eggs, 19,526. firm. Mixed colors, firsts 16%g17c; mediums, 40 Ibs.. 15-ttc; dirties, 1, 42 Ibs., 16c; average checks 15® 15e; storage packed firsts 17 c; other mixed colors unchanged. White eggs, selection and premium marks 20@22^c; nearby and mfdwestern exchange tandards 18©18^1c: other whites and all rowns unchanged. Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros., Inc., 308 Fifth Street Southwest. HIDES lorsehides $1.75 Cured beef hides 6^c Green beef hides 5c WOOL No. 1 clean bright 24c Ib. Semibright 23c Ib. Rejects I9c Ib. MTNNEAPOI.IS GRAIN MINNEAPOLIS, April 13. (.T)--Wheat. 52 cars, holiday year ago. Unchanged, cash: No 1 northern SSirSSc; No. 1 dark-northern 15 protein 85(jS89c; 14 protein S5@S9c; 13 protein S5«S9c; 12 protein 85®S9c; No. 1 dark hard Montana 14 protein 86®88c; to arrive 86©SSc; No. 1 amber durum flSTsC*?? 1 51.05%; No. 2 amber durum 9S7-sC@ 51.04^; No. 1 red durum S2583c; ilay 82c: July 325sc: Sept. 82%c. Cora, No. 3 white 42SS4254C. Oats, No. .3 white 2854 5?29»ic. Miscellaneous POTAIO MARKET CHICAGO, April 13. CD--U. S. department of agriculture-Potatoes 96. on track 33S: total U. S. shipments SS5; old stock, about steady, supplies liberal, demand and trading slow; sacked per cwt.: Idaho russets U. S. No. 1, 1 car 51.65, 2 cars 51.67^i. 3 cars 51.70: combination grade 1 car 51-45; U. S. No. 2 1 car S1.35: Washington russets combination grade 2 cars 51.50; U. S. No. 1, dark medium size. 2 cars 51.50; Colorado McClures U. S. No. 1. 1 car $1.63, 1 car S1.T5; Minnesota, North Dakota Red river section early Ohlos U. S. No. 1, 1 car 51.45 1 car $1.50: Nebraska triumphs 1 car 51.45; new stock, steady, supplies moderate. No sales reported. MINNEAPOLIS FLOIIK MINNEAPOLIS. April 13. LT)--Flour unchanged. Shipments 29.526. Pure bran 51S.503'19. Standard middlings $17@17.50 XE\V YORK SUGAR. NEW YORK. April 13. W)--Raw sugar quiet today with no sales reported. Futures one point lower. Refined quiet and uu changed. TOIXDO SEEDS. TOLEDO. April 13. W.--Seeds unchained Produce MASON CITY, April 13 -Cash Quotations by E. G. Morse 3ggs (current receipts) 12c S«avy hens, 4 Ibs. and over . .10e Ljght hens 6c Springs (heavy breeds) lOc Springs (Leghorn breeds) Gc Stags Gc Old cocks (heavy) 5c Merchants Quotations Eggs, cash 12c* Eggs, in trade 13-14c» Butter, Plymouth 28c Butter, Clear Lake 27c Butter, state Brand 29c Butter, Very Best 29c Butter, Dairy Maid 27c Butter, Brookfield 27c Potatoes, .peck 30c "EDITOR'S NOTE--These representative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown grocery stores. CHICAGO CHICAGO. April 13. LT;--Poultry, live 1 car. 19 trucks; bens firm, balance steady: lens over 5 Ibs. 14c. 5 Ibs. and under 16c; Leghorn hens 13Hc: Rock fryers 25S?26c, colored 25c; Rock springs 23(524c, colored 23c; Rock broilers 25@26c, colored 25c, Leg- wru 22c, barebacks 19c; roosters 9Hc; turkeys 12®20c; old ducks ll%(3WSc; spring ducks 14@16c; geese 8c. CHICAGO PRODUCE CHICAGO. April 13. CP1--Butter 7,846, firm; creamery--specials (93 score) 22® 22%c: extras (92) 21ttc; extra, firsts (9091) 2ig21Hc: firsts (88-89) 2054®20?lc; seconds (86-87) 20c; standards (90 central- zed carlots) 21!4c. Eggs 38.601, firm; extra firsts cars 16%c, local IGc; fresh graded firsts cars 16c, local 15%c; current receipts ISVic. FKODCCE FUTURES CHICAGO. April 13. /p--ESE futures, closed: Storage packed firsts April 17%c; storage packed firsts May 17%c; refrigerator standards October 19ic. Butter, futures: Storage standards November 23V.C. Potato futures: Idaho russets May $1.75. HIDES, WOOL WOOfc MARKET, BOSTON, April 13. LSPJ--U. S. department of agriculture-Very few sales were closed In the Bbston wool market. Prices were somewhat Irregu- ar because of concessions from asking jrices that were obtainable In some houses. The bulk of current small sales were of the finer territory wools. Average French combing 64s and finer territory wool brought 51-83 cents scoured basis. Odd lots were offered at 80 cents. Short French combing ind Inferior average French combing staple 4s and finer territory wools Jn original ags were available at 78-80 cents scoured, bads. Market Notes By TICKER TAPE "The first quarter of 1934 has seen the greatest advances la Industry since the de- gression was routed," was the almost unanl- nous message of corporation heads to stock- lolders Wednesday at annual meetings. Not only has the first quarter of this year shown substantial Improvement, according to these reports, but indications point to a continuance of this up-trend. Outstanding declarations of optimism were found Jn remarks addressed to stockholders of such companies as westin s house Electric and Manufacturing, General Foods, Republic Steel, American Radiator and Standard Sanitary and Continental Can, which, raised its dividend rate- BEST JN LONG TIME "It looks as If conditions -will be better than we have had for a good -while and we will make some money In the second quarter," said T. SI. Glrdler, president of Republic Steel corporation. "Earnings of General Foods corporation for the first 1934 quarter are substantially ahead of 1933 period," said C. M. Cheater, president. American Radiator experienced a 48^ per cent Increase In first two months of 1934 against the like 1933 period, and March will show sharper Improvement, said. R. J. Hamilton, secretary and treasurer. Orders booked by Westlnghouse Electric were 5T per cent greater in the first quarter of this year as compared with the like period of 1933, eald F. A. Merrlck, president. OTHERS REPORT INCREASES Other companies joining In the ranks of those experiencing improvement were American Rolling Mill company, Atlantic Refill' ing company and Barnsdall corporation. American Radiator and Standard Sanitary corporation: R. J. Hamilton, secretary and treasurer, told stockholders that the loss as a result of the first two months of operations this year was very small compared with last year. He pointed out that the company ordinarily is in the red in the early months of the year due to seasonal nature of Its business. "Gross sales were 48% per cent larger in the first two months compared with a year ago acd March will probably tend to increase this figure," he said. American Rolling Mill company: "March was the best month for the company since 1929," said officers at the annual meeting. "A3 a result the company will show a substantial net profit for the first quarter. Current operations o£ the company are at 67 per cent of capacity, higher than the average for the steel industry-" Atlantic Refining company: Operations were profitable for the first quarter against a net loss of 53.127,000 in like 1833 period, it was announced. Gets 4 Month Term for Sending Notes CEDAR RAPIDS, April 13. (.£-- Harold M. Smith, 29, Waterloo pleaded guilty to a charge of sending threatening notes through the mails before "Judge Thomas C. Munger, and was sentenced to four months in the county jail at For' Dodge. He was held in the same jail since his arrsit Feb. 12, TOP AT CHICAGO CLIMBS TO $4,20 Gain Follows More Active Pork Demand and Cut in Marketings. CHICAGO, April 13. UP)--The hog market ruled 5 to 10 cents higher today on the strength of a more active pork demand and reduced mar- ketings. The top moved up to $4.20 with the bulk selling from $3.90 to $4.15. Trade was active. Receipts were held down to 14,000 head with packers taking 6,000 direct. Government purchases of around 2,300 head helped cut further into the supply. Eastern wholesale pork markets were reported active. Outside markets shared in the reduction of supplies and prices in general were steady to 10 cents higher. Cattle trade was also on a steady basis. Best steers on hand in the usual small Friday run topped at $7.60 with the bulk cleaning up at $5.25 to $6.75. Sheep were plentifully supplied and trade was at a standstill. Best wooled lambs were held at $9.50 upward with early bids at 59.25 and below generally refused. Aged sheep were scarce and about steady. Mason City Livestock MASON CITr, April 13.-HOGS Hog "prices steady. Best sorted lights 200-240 53.60 Best medium weight butchers 240-260 53.60 Best heavy butchers 260-300 53.45 3est prime heavy butchers .. 300-350 53.35 Best packing BOWS, smooth .. 300-350 52.90 Best heavy sows, smooth .. 350-400 $2.80 Best big heavy gows, smooth 450-500 $2.60 Light lights, fair to good, (140, 160, ISO) $2.20, $2.70, 53.00 CATXLE Choice young steers .. 800-1,000 J-L73-0.20 edluM to goM yearling steers .... SOO-1,000 S3.7S-4.50 Choice corn fed steers 1.000-1.200 S4.50-5.25 iledlum to good corn fed Bteers 1,000-1.200 J3.75-4.50 Low grade ateera .. 52.50-3-50 Fair heifers ,.....»... 600-800 $2.75-3.50 Jood helferfl ,... 600-SOU 53.5U-*.00 Jholce to prims belfera 600-800 54.00-4.50 Butchers cow*, fair to good ...,$2.00-2.50 Good to choice cows J2.50-2.75 Choice to prlmo cows $2.75-3.00 nferior canners 75-1.00 Fair to good canners ..$1.25-1.30 Good cutter cows 51.50-2.0U lommon to fair bulls .....51.75-2.25 Fair to good heavy bulls ........52.00-2.25 Good tq choice bulls 52,25-2.75 Good to choice calves, 130-190-. 54.0Q-5.0Q Medium to good calves, 130-190 53.00-4,00 nferior and common calves ... $3.00 down LAMBS Choice tambs 70-00 $7.75-8.25 Medium to good lambs ... 70-90 58.75-7.75 Buck Jambs $1 under grade. Quotations subject to market fluctuation!. OMAHA LIVESTOCK. OMAHA, April 13. W.v--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 8,000; very slow, unevenly steady to 15c lower; most late bids at the decline; sows steady to 5c higher; most sales better 180 to 260 Ibs. 53.40®3-55; practical toy 53-60; small lots up to $3,70 early; 160 to 350 Ibs. bid $3,10^3-40; 140 to 170 Ibs, 52,75®3.25; pigs salable steady; packing sows $3@3.10; average cost Thursday 53.41; weight 248. CATTLE 1,800; calves 200; fed steers and yearlings active, strong; spots 10-15c ilgher; stockers and feeders scarce; fed steerg and yearlings mostly 55.25(p6.25; 747 b, weights 56.90; few head yearlings and ijght steers 5?®7.15; heifers 54.25®5-GO; odd head 55.75; beef cows S2.75($4; small ots 54.100i4.50; cutter grades $1.75^2.50; odd light shelly low cutters 5l.505Pl.65; medium bulls $2.75Q3; practical top vealers 56.50, few choice selects $7. SHEEP 7.000, Including 500 direct and '00 through; salable supply mostly siaugh- .er lambs; Iambs active, strong; other classes steady; bulk fed wooled lambs 5909.10, op to shippers $9.25; native spring lambs up to 510; fed clipped lambs 57.2597.40; best eweg 54.85; shearing lambs $B.75@9. CHICAGO MVESTOCK CHICAGO, April 13. LT)--U. S. department of agriculture-HOGS 14.000, including 6,000 direct; active, 5 to 10 cents higher than Thursday; 170 to 240 Ibs. 54.10©4.20; top 54.20; 250 to 300 Ibs. $3.90®4.JO; UQ to 170 Ibs. $3.6Q@4.1Q; good pigs 52.75^3.25; packing sows S3.15@3.10; light light good and choice 140 to 160 Itis. S3.50@4.10; light weight 160 to 200 Ibs. 53.90SP4.20; medium weight 200 to 250 Ibs. $454.20; heavy weight 250 to 350 Ibs. S3.75iSi4.10: packing sows medium and good 275 to 550 Ibs. $3@3.50; pigs good and choice 100 to 130 Iba. $2.5Q@3.30. CATTLE 1,500; calves 800; most killing classes fairly active, steady to strong; heavy steers and all cows shade higher In Instances; common light · heifers slow; best 1336 Ib. steers 57.60; selected vealers $6® i.50; general quality plain; slaughter cattle and vealers: steers, good and choice, 550 to 900 Ibs. $G.25@7.75; 900 to 1100 Ibs. $6.25@7.90; 1100 to 1300 Ibs. 56.50®7,90; 1300 to 1500 Ibs. SS.25557.90; common and medium, 550 to 1300 Ibs. S4.255S6.50; heifers, good and choice. 550 to 750 Ibs. 55.25 @6.35; common and medium S3.505S5.25; cow-s. pood. S3.75@4.50; common and medium S2.S5t3i3.75; low cutter and cutter S1.90@2.S5; bulls (yearlings excluded) good (beef) $3,15tf?3.75; cutter, common and medium 52,75®3-35; vealers, good and choice S53J6.50; medium Sl®5; cull and common 530)4; stocker and feeder cattle: Steers, good and choice, 500 to 1050 Ibs,, S4.75SP 1.75; common and medium S3.25®4.75. SHEEP 15.000; fat 3ambs In fairly broad demand despite increased numbers; sellers asking fully steady to stronger, but as yet little done; good to choice Jambs held 59-50 upward with early bids under $9,25 generally refused; sheep steady; slaughter sheep and lambs, lambs 90 Ibs. down good and choice 595S9.50; common and medium §7® 90 to 9S Ibs. Rood and choice SS.75^9.50: ewes 90 to 150 Ibs. good and choice S3.75@ 5.25; all ·weights common and medium $3 SOUTH ST. PAUL LIVESTOCK. SOUTH ST. PAUL, April 13. LTV--L". S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 2,200; slaughter steers and yearlings steady to strong, 10-25c higher than Tuesday; she stock fully steady, spots 25c up for three days; bulls unchanged; medium to good light weight steers $5.25@ 6.25; some held above; plainer sorts S4@5; good light heifers around 55-25 and above; strictly good late Thursday up to 55.85; beef cows mostly $3@1, occasionally more; low cutters and cutters $i.75®2.75; most bulls about S2.S5 and less; good country demand for better grade stacker and feeders; little In fresh receipts brought clearance out of second hand; good to choice grades St.50© 5.50 and more; common to medium around 53©4; calves 2,300; steady; desirable grades under 150 IDS. $4^3; better weights to $5.50 and more. HOGS 5,500; fairly active, strong to lOc higher than Tnursday's average; better 170 to 260 Ibs. ?3.65@3-85; top S3.85; to all interests for well finished and light and medium weight averages; medium grades and heavier weights down to $3.25 and below; better light lights mostly 53^3.60; slaughter pigs mostly $2.25®2.75; bulk packing sows 52.90(5)3.10; average cost Thursday 53.51; weight 214 Ibs. SHEEP 800: 432 direct; salable supply very light; scattered early sa'es and bids steady on all classes; small lot choice 63 Ib. genuine spring jamhs 510; Thursday's market closed strong to lOc higher; bulk fed wooled lambs scaling 92 Ibs. down at J9.10. SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK. SIOUX CITY, April 13. t-PJ--U. S. department of agriculture-CATTLE 1,500; s:aughter steers, ye lings and she stock fairly active, strong; other classes little changed; desirable light steers in load lots up to 56-50; car lots choice medium weight beeves held above $6.85; most sales 56 down; car choice 774 Ib, heifers 55.50; most beef cows $2,75@ 3.75; low cutters and cutters chiefly $1.75 (32.50; stockers and feeders scarce. HOC.S 6.500; slow, steady to lOc lower than Thursday's best time; most packers inactive; top $3.65: better prades ISO to 2GO Ib, weights $3.40'i'3.60; pood 140 to 170 Ib. weights 52,75^3.25; nothing done on heavier butcher sows, SSS'S.lO; feeder pigs up to $2.50. SHEEP 2.500; wooled lambs opened steady to strong; two double decks handy X--AM kind* boiLi *«* arrive Si: ona dock. Hog Markets MIDWEST HOGS Hog prices at midwest markets Friday: WATERLOO--Prime hogs 180 to 200 ibs. I3.20SP3.50; 200 to 260 Ibs. $3.30@3.60: 260 to 300 Ibs. 53.20413.50; 300 to 329 Ibs. I3.10Jf3.-IO: 325 to 350 Ibs. J3®3.30; good packers J2.70®)2.90. CEUAK IIAI'IUS--Hogs and corn un- chenged. OTTUMH'A--Unchanged. 140 to 100 Ibs. 52.10; 160 to 180 Ibs. 53.10; 160 to 200 Ibs. 53.55; 200 to 210 Ibs. S3.65: 210 to 260 Ibs. $3.00; 200 to 280 Ibs. ,53.50; 280 to 310 Ibs. 53.40; 310 to 350 Ibs. 53.25; over 350 Ibs. S2.85®3.15; packers under 350 Ibs. S2.60Jc2.90: packers 350 to 450 Ibs. 52.50® 2.80: packers over 500 Ibs. $2.30(^2.60: thin packers and pigs priced at killing values. AUSTIX--Choice light lights 140 to 160 Ibs. 52.90: choice lights 160 to 180 Ibs. 53.25: choice mediums 180 to 200 Ibd. 53.65. 200 to 250 Ibs. 53.65; choice heavy butchers 250 to 290 Ibs. S3.50, 290 to 350 Ibs. 53.30, 350 Ibs. and up 53.15; choice packers 275 to 350 Ibs. S3, 350 to 425 Ibs. 52.90, 425 Ibs. and up 52.50. COMBINED HOG RECEIPTS. DES MOIKES. April 13. LV--U. S. department of agriculture-Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration yards and 7 packing plants located In in. terlor Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 2* hour period ended at 8 a. ra. today were 18,800 compared with 14,500 a week ago and 23,100 a year ago. Moderately active, mostly steady with early Thursday, but a few yards fully lOc higher; loading comparatively heavy for Friday. Quotations follow: Good and choice: Light lights. 140 to 160 Ibs., 52.75153.50; light weights, 160 to 160 Ibs., 53.10S3.70; ISO to 200 Ibs. 53.50JE3.80; medium weights, 200 to 220 Ibs. J3.6093.85; 220 to 250 Ibs. S3.6u«i 3.85; heavy weight!, 250 to 290 Ibs. 53.40 ®3.85: 290 to 350 IDs. S3.20S3.70. Good packing sows, 275 to 350 Ibs. 52.85 JJ3.15; 350 to 425 Ibs. S2.75Sf3.05; 425 to 550 Ibs. 52.60®2.95. to packers $9.10; other sales largely 5S.90 5?9; other killing classes scarce, quoted steady. KANSAS CITV LIVESTOCK. KANSAS CITY, April 13. U')--U. E. de- lartment of agriculture-HOGS 2.500; 480 direct; slow and un- iven, steady to lOc lower than Thursday's average; closing dull; top S3.70 on choice 190 to 240 Ibs.; good and choice, 140 to 160 bs. 52.7503.45; 160 to 180 Ibs. S3.35»3.65; ISO to 200 Ibs. S3.505S3.70; 200 to 220 Ibs. S3.555B3.70; 220 to 250 Ibs. S3.558J3.70; 200 ·to 290 Ibs. S3.50SJ3.65: 290 to 350 Ibs. 53.35(83.55; packing sows. 275 to 550 Ibs. .65®3.10. CATTLE 700; calves 100; killing classes fully steady; good light weight fed steers 56.25 and 56.40; stockers and feeders unchanged; steers, gcod and choice, 550 to 900 Ibs., S5.65S?7.25; 900 to 1100 Ibs. S5.75 CJ7.35: 1100 to 1300 ibs. S3.9007.35; 1300 to 1500 Ibs. 55.755717.35; common and medium, 550'lbs. up, S3.75W5.90: heifers, good and choice, 550 to 900 Ibs., S4.50JP6; common and medium, 550 to 900 Ibs., S3® 4.50; cows, good, 53-25@3.75: common and medium. S2.35@3.25; low cutter and cutter S1.25@2.35: vcalcrs (milk fed) medium to choice, S3-50@6; cull and common 52.50® 3.50; stocker and feeder steers, good and choice (all weights) S4.25S5.75; common and medium (all weights) 52.505f4.50. SHEEP 2,500: spring Iambs strong; fed lambs around 25c higher; odd' lots sheep steady; native spring lambs S9.75; top wooled Iambs S9.15; spring lambs, choice, S9.25©9.75: good, 58.50529.25: medium. S7.755ilS.50; lambs, good and choice (x), 90 Ibs. down, S3.75529.15: common and medium, 90 Ibs. down, 56.75^8.75; good and choice (x) 90 to 98 Ibs., SS.50@9.15: yearling wethers, medium to choice. 90 to 110 Ibs., S5.5051S; ewes, good and choice, 90 to 150 Ibs.. S435.25. CO--Quotations based on ewes and weth- ers. LIVESTOCK FORECAST. CHICAGO. April 13. (,p)--Official estimated receipts tomorrow: Cattle, 300; hogs, S,000; sheep, 7.000. Representative Sales CHICAGO, April 13. LTV-U. S. department of agriculture--Representative sales: HOGS. Heavy-- Lights-32 352 3.75 72 196 4.10 47 304 3.90 63 184 4.20 84 276 4.00 70 175 4.15 69 255 4.05 59 166 4.10 Mediums-- Light Lights-72 247 4.15 36 155 4.00 55 228 4.10 22 148 3.90 211 4.15 9t 204 4.20 CATTLE. Steers--. Heifers-38 1536 7.60 S 725 5.50 47 1356 7.20 7 SSO 5.10 20 1333 .11.75 4 650 4.00 25 1094 6.35 Cows-23 1033 5.25 2 1320 4.25 25 . 1065 5.40 3 727 2.35 7 1024 5.25 3 990 2.73 SHEEP. Fed Wesfn Lambs-- Wooled Ewes-221 83 9.35 11 125 3.00 200 97 S.35 14 160 4.75 9S 100 9.35 Clipped Ewes-210 SO 9.25 91 325 3.50 Clipped Lambs-- 25 140 3.50 220 90 7.60 11 160 3.00 218 91 7.60 JOHN F.CLARK AND CO. MARKET INFORMATION 825 I. O. O. F. Bldg. Phone S4S STOCK MARKET MARKING TIME Active Buying Flurries in Specialties Only Feature of Dull Trade. NEW YORK, April 13. UP}-Stocks mostly marked time in dull and routine trading today. Active buying flurries occurred in specialties and a number of preferred shares but leading 'industrials, rails and utilities were narrow. The late tone was steady. Union Pacific dropped 3^« points in a thin market. Steadiness predominated in U. S. Steel, American Telephone, General Motors and American Can. Transfers approximated 1,150,000 shares. With the exception of a wide variety of preferred stocks, which again responded to increased demand, the equities list was relatively dull. Most of the so-called leaders held to a fractional range. Speculative hesitation was attributed partly to the strike situation in Detroit, weakness of commodities and lack o£ stimulus from Washington. Grains had a late recovery after May barley had reached a new seasonal low at 40 cents a bushel. Rubber, cotton, silver and copper lagged. Bonds continued to register quiet improvement. Sterling dropped about a cent in terms of the dollar. Stock List Curb Market NEW YORK. April 13. UP)--The curb continued quiet today but had a firm undertone and scattering improvement occurred, particularly among specialties and industrials. Trading in Lluby, McNelll and Llbby was active, though the price showed little change. The company's report for the recent fiscal year showed earnings equal to $1.34 a share on the common against a substantial deficit in the previous period. Great Atlantic and Pacific rose a couple o' points coincident with appearance of its latest sales statement which reported a gain of 8.1 per cent in dollar volume, although tonnage was down moderately. Demand for some preferred stock was fairly Insistent. Montgomery Ward's "A" shares approached their high for the year in the earlier transactions. Such Issues as American Cyanamld "B," Shenvin Williams, Swift and company. Standard Oil of Indiana and Cord corporation were quiet. Utilities and alcohols made narrow changes. NEW TORK STOCKS. NEW YORK. April 13. (.!·- Final quotations. Air Rcduct 89 I T T lift Allefc-liany 314 j oml j Manv 58 H Al Che Dye 150'A Kennecott 2H4 Am Can 104 Kre.ige 2014 Am For Pow ll)H Kroner 31% Am Pow £ Lt 9 Llg ft My B 92?1 Am Sm Ret 15 Loewg 31H Am steel Fdrs 21S Loose Wilts 42 »i Am Sugar 5354 LorlllanJ 17% A T T 120 % Maytag 7ft Am Tob B 73l McKess * Boo S!4 Am water wits 20% jikl Cont Pet 13% Anaconda 16=1 II K i T 11% /Uchison C8?i Mo Pac AH Kef 29% Mont Wart 31 a Auburn 51=i Morrell 5U» Aviation Corp 9 Kash 2V Baldwin Loco UV, Nat Disc 41 ii B 0 59 »i Natl Cash Re A 191; E'arnsdall . as Natl Dairy 16 Benflhc 18S Natl Distill 30?i Beth StI 42?; Natl Pow ft Lt 11% Bordens 22»t N f Cent 36 Borg Warn 2ir, K y N H H ISTd Burr Add 15ii No Amer 19!i !anada Dry ie»i No Pac 33S an Pac 18S Oliver Farm S Case 7151 Oliver Farm pf 23 Cerro de Pazco 37 Packard 5% Chcs O 47 Penlck * FonJ 59 Ches Corp 4655 Penney 6754 CM El 111 .... penn 35V4 C N w 13'i Phillips Pet 20y, Chic Ct W 4,i Proc Jb Gam 35% Chic Gt w pfd 11 Pullman 55% C M S P t P ... K C A 8H C l l S P P pf lift E K O 31J, C R I «; P ... Rcm Rand 12=4 Chrysler 537J Rep Stl 2151 :ol G £ E ir.ft Key Tob B 42:4 Comwlth Sou 3 Roy Dutch 35 3 ,i ;ons Gas 3S Sears Roeb 49% Cons Oil 1215 Shell U 9% Contl Can 82 skelly 1014 Contl Ins 32% Socony Vac 16S Contl Mot l=i So Pac 2511 Corn Prod 77?i st Brands 21-}i Curtlss Wr 41i st G fi E 13 Deere pfd 14^ st Oil Cal 37?t Du Pont 97 St Oil N J «H Eastman 01 stew Warn 9 El Pow t Lt 7!i stone ft Web flsj, ·ox Film A MS Studebaker 734 Freeport Ten 45ii Tex Corp 2«i Gcnl Am Trans 41 Tex Gulf Sul 37 en El 22% Tim Roll Bear 35 len Foods 3474 Un Carb 45 Gen Motors 3814 Un Pac 130% Gillette 30?; Unit Air 23 li Cobel 8«i United Corp 6'.i Gold Dust 21U U S Gypsum 411= Goodrich 1614 U S Indus Alch 5314 loodyear 36H U S Rubber 2014 Graham Palfc 3't, U S Steel 52 Gt Nor pfd 28% Wabish 27 Gt West SUB 30S Warner Plct 7»S Hudson Mtrs 20S West El Mfg 38?S 111 Cent 32!i Wiolworth 52% :nt Harv 42=j Wrlgley sl'A :nt Nick Can 27% Yel Tr 5% CHICAGO STOCKS. CHICAGO. April 13. UP 1 --Cities Sen-ice 2% Northwest Bane 4% Great Lakes Air 1 Quaker Oats 109^-i Katz Drug 36=i Swift Co J7?i Midwest Utilities y* Swift Intl 29 * Libby McNelll 7 Utility Ind 1U N'atl Leather 1% Zenith 3-^ \"ati standard 24 Bond Market NEW YORK, April 13. UP)--Tbe bond market during the early trading today showed a disposition to pause for consolidation of recent gains. Trading .was less .active than yesterday and some corporate issues were mildly reactionary. In general, however, the list showed good resistance to a lair amount of realizing. Some ot the low priced rails which led the week's rise receded from fractions to a point. Moderately lower prices marked Armour and company 4Hs. Detroit Edison 4 ] ,£s, Postal Telegraph 5s and United Drug 5s. Issues which attracted enough buying to push Into higher ground included Bethlehem Steel- 5s. American and Foreign Power 5s, Great Northern \ =s, North American 5s and Western Union 5s. U. S. governments edged a little higher and the list was featured by a half point rise In Liberty Fourth 4.^3. to a new high for the year. This issue appeared tc. meet buying on the belief that the recently expected April 15 call for conversion would not materialize. Price changes were narrow In the foreign list with the trend somewhat irregular. CLOSING PRODUCE LETTER. Butter--The spot market was firmer Friday with quotations advancing Uc to %c. Not much interest shown in futures. November closed unchanged 23%c, with this price bid at the close. Eggs--The market showed a firm undertone with quotations unchanged on all grades except current receipts, which were quoted ] ic higher Future deliveries were firmer, closing unchansd to '.ic higher. There Is considerable buying Interest In November around 19c, Potatoes--Market quiet. May sold at 51.75. CUBS. C H I C A G O : Manager Charlie Grimm today indicated he was all set on this lineup for the opening game against Cincinnati Tuesday: English 3B; Billy Herman 2B; Cuyler CF; Klein LF; Babe Herman RF; Grimm IB: Jurges SS: Hartnett C: and Warneke P. U. S. BOND QUOTATIONS NEW YORK, April 13. CJT)--United States government bonds, closed: Liberty 3^s 303.28. Liberty First 4'-is 103-24. Liberty Fourth 4is 104. Treasury 4',is 47-52 111.5. Treasury 4s 44-54 107.9. Treasury 3%s 40-43 June 103.16. Treasury 3^3 46-49 101.1. Treasury 3s 51-55 99.25. INVESTMENT TRUSTS. (By the Associated Press) Btd and asked on April 13: Corporate Tr Sh 2.12 Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod .. 2.39 Corporate Tr Sh Ac Ser .. 2.04 Corporate Tr Ac Ser Mod .. 2.39 Dividend Sh 1.27 Nationwide Sec 3.51 Nationwide Sec Vtc 1.35 Nor Amer Tr Sh 1.90 Nor Amer'Tr Sh 1955 -,... 2.48 Quarterly Inc Sh 1-39 Selected Am Sh - 2.77 Selected Cum Sh 7.07 Selected Income Eh 3-67 Super Corp Am Tr A 3.12 U S El L Pow A 12=; U S El L Pow B 2.17 U S El L Pow B' Vtc ... -S3 2.52 2.52 1.29 3-64 1.4! 13 U 2.27 .91 Lauds Jefferson and President Roosevelt OTTUMWA, April 13. CT)--The accomplishments of Thomas Jefferson in moulding early destinies of the nation were lauded here by Gov. Clyde L. Herring at a Jeffersonian banquet last night. The governor also praised the achievements of President Roosevelt who. he said, was following closely in Jefferson's footsteps. Junior Class at Fertile Will Give Play 2 Nights FERTILE, April 13.--The junior class play, "Richard Beware," f three act comedy, will be given at the high school Friday and Saturday evenings. The two leading characters are Lucile Ouverson anc Roger Hill, a chemist with whom Marcella has fallen in love. The scene is in Spottsville, N. Y. Public servants aren't inferioi men. It takes a keen one to get rich on a salary of 5200 a month.-Lincoln Star. We Pav More for HIDES AND WOOL --See-CARL STEIN Before You Sell 31INNEAPOI.IS STOCKS. MINNEAPOLIS, April 13. m--Blocks closed: First Bank StocS 8!4. Northwest Bancrirporation 4ft. Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied bv LAMSON BROTHERS AND CO. Mason City Office in Bagley- Beck Building Telephone No. 7. Bendix Corp 1S% Borg-War Corp 25 Butler Bros 12 :lties Serv Co 2^ Cord Corp 6^'t it Lakes Dred 19ii CHICAGO STOCKS Lib. McN Lib 7 L Oil Ret Co 4 Marshall Fields 19 Quak Oats Co 109^ Swift Co 17?d Swift Intl Co 29-i Am G El 26% Am Cyan B 21 Am Sup Pow Co 3U Ark Nat Gas A IS Assoc G 6 El A IVi NEW YOBK CURB 44', 13 a Hir Walk Co Hud B M ft S Huroule Oil Co 46U Niag Hurt Pow 6Vi Nil-Be-Pond 13 Can Ind Alk 15;-i Pennroad Corp an Alarconi 2% S 0 Ind Co 27}* DIst Corp Seag 20Ti S O Ky Co 16?i ~ ~ " United Gas Co 3 Un I, Pow A 3% Util Pow L Co 1U Elec Bb Sh 17 Ford Mo of Eng ' Hecla Mlnins I HEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau 21 Lambert Co 27-i Am Bank Note 19 U Liq Carb Corp 29% Am Roll Mills 24% Loose-wiles Bis 42»i 25% -- - - 15)4 Am Metal Co Am R S Co Am Tob Co Arm Co B Assoc Dry Gds Beld Heming Best . Co Brlggs Mfg Co IK Budd Mfg CO 6 Mack Truck Math Alkali 36' McLellan Stores 3% Mex Scab Oil 37 Motor Products 36 Muns Wear Inc 25 vi No Om Avi Otis Steel Co Owen 111 Glass Byeis A M Co 27H Park Utah Cop G . 6S 83% CalU Packing Cater Trac Coca Cola Co Com Credit Som Solvents Cont Oil Crm or Wilt 28»i 32 119 33 'A Peo G Lt Plllabury Fir Plymouth 01! Prod Retin 29S Pub Ser of N J 3S Pure Oil Co 13 32% Purity Bait Cudahy Packing 48Mj Keo Motors Curt-Wrl Co A 11 St Jos Lead 24 Vs Simmons Co 20% So Ca! Edison 27% Sperry Corp 22% Telautograph 22- 16% Goug Aircraft Eaton Mfg Co El Auto Lite Erie R R Co Fire T R Fst Natl Stores 65 Glidden Co 27 Gt North Ore 14 Houston Oil 27 Hous Oil (new) 5 Hupp Motors Ind Ref Co Indust Rayon Intl Carriers Jewel Tea Co Kclvinator Co 23 !i 20?; 19". 10 S 13 Tid W Assd OH 12 Ti U S Smelter 12."Hi Util P L A 4 Vanadium 27 Union Oil Callt 18 5 Unit G Imp IG'i fi^i Warren Bros IO B H 354 Westn Myld 15=i Westn Union Worth Pump 43 Vi Ygstn S T 56 4 26 % 27 vl Former Riceville Man to Speak on Work in Russia R I C E V I L L E , April 13.--Ed Sterneman, who was graduated from the Riceville high school in 1913 and who recently returned from Russia, where he was employed as manager of a collective farm, will lecture on Russia at the Riceville high school auditorium on the evening of April 26. DEAD Animals of All Kinds Removed Mason City Rendering Co. We pay phone calls, Phone 1096 JNO. F. CLARK CO. Chicago - New York - Xew Orleani 325 I. O- F. Bldg. 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