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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - September 19, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TEN CONTRACT LET FOR U I U HALL New Science Structure Will Be Put on Foundation of Chapel FAYETB Sept large group of Upper Iowa university stu dents last evening1 who waited out aide the meeting of the board of trustees expressed their joy on learningthat the contract for a new science building had been let by ringing the college bell for some time John Lippert of Oelwein re ceived the contract The building will be erected on the one story limestone foundation of the old chapel building the up per portion of which was destroyed by fire last winter The foundation heating plant and lower floor were imt severaly damaged by the fire and in the plan as prepared by the architect will have a valuation of about 55000 in the new structure The balance of the cost of the buildingis to be provided from the insurance and added gifts of a few friends The board of trustees in let ting the contract insisted that the building must be erected with debt aid kept within the funds immedia tely available For this reason some desirable details will be omitted unless addi tional funds are made available The contract was let with the under standing that such changes could be made during the construction if additional gifts justified the added Belmond Winner as DBall Games Close BELMOND Sept eliminated Hayfield in the finals Sunday evening to win the diamond ball tournament which closed the local season Tournament scores were Bel mond 3 Olaf 1 Goodell 9 Britt 0 Hayfield 4 Latimer 3 Kanawha 1 Luverne 0 Belmond 6 Goodell 1 Hayfield 9 Kanawha 7 Belmond 5 Hayfield 2 Espinoaa ap peared in the three games for Bel mond and struck out 46 cost JURORS NAMED FOR CHICKASAW Summons Issued by Clerk of Court for Appearance on Oct 16 NEW HAMPTON Sept Jury summons have been issued to the following by Clerk Florence Kearng to appear at 10 a m Oct 16 to act as petit jurors Roscoe Chandler Lawler H D Miller Ionia Rose Weidlish Bas sett Elmer Slick New Hampton A N JIunson Lawler William J Tiernan Jr New Hampton H A Gaffney New Hampton Martin Robinson New Hampton Monte Grim Ionia Frank Rochford New Hampton Gladys Hote George Linkemeyer Ionia Orso Hunt Fredericksburg George Keefe Alta HIGH MASS SAID FOR PIONEER Services for Mrs Donahue Held at St Josephs Catholic Church Funeral services for Mrs Cath erine Donahue were held Monday morning at the St Joseph Catholic church where a large number of friends gathered to pay their last respects Requiem high mass was celebrated by Monslgnor P S OConnor assisted by the Rev H J Kreiger Cherry Mound the Rev E J Supple and the Rev Father Cassidy Monsignor OConnor commented upon Mrs Donahues pioneer life the hardships of the early settler and incidents of her life in the com munity Pallbearers were John H Rcindl John Reindl Bert Murphy Vin cent OKief George Smith and Leo Smith Out of town friends of Mrs Dona hue who attended the funeral were Mrs John Monahan and Mrs Charles Glbney Motley Minn Dan J Donahue St Paul Minn Mrs John Donahue Waukon Junction Mrs Catherine Donahue Mr anc Mrs Henry Wagner and daughter Marcella J S Gilliand and Ed Rcvoir Lansing and Mr and Mrs Den Garvey and son Hilliary Dex ter Minn ftfASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTB SEPTEMBER 19 Ml 1933 WHEAT ADVANCES BRISKLY IN LATE TRADING CLOSES NEARLY AT TOP FOR DAY Eastern Buying Support Is Attributed to Efforts for Inflation CHICAGO Sept 19 advanced briskly in late dealings to day much more than overcoming the effects of sinking spells met with earlier Eastern buying support which de veloped on wheat price setbacks was associated with persistent ef forts in various quarters looking toward currency inflation Notice was also taken of Argentine crop damage advances and of injury to Canadian wheat by continued rains over the prairie provinces as well as reports of rapid progress of sign ing of United States wheat acreage reduction contracts Wheat closed firm at virtually the days top point above yesterdays lln isn September 83jc December com up September 50ic Decem ber oats advanced and provisions unchanged to 5c decline CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO Sept 19 No 1 red S2ic No 2 red 92c No 4 red 80Hc No 1 hard No 3 hard B1S93C No 3 hard 90SC No 2 hard smutty 81c No 2 mixed 91ttc No 3 mlled 90Hc corn No 2 mixed No 6 mixed 4c No 1 yellow SOHc No 2 yellow 50ff50i4c No 3 yellow No 4 yellow 4Bc No 5 yellow 4SV4c No 6 yellow 45VtS46c No 2 white 51c NO 3 white 48c oats No 2 white No 3 while No 4 white rye no salesbarley timothy seed J5S5ffii50 cwt clover seed cwt Uml 5610 loose ard J540 bellies 4612 STOCK LIST YORK STOCKS NEW YORK Bept 19 Uf final itaotatlons Air Bed I T T 15 Alleghany SH Johns Uanv 56 Al Che 4 Dye 142 Kennecott as Am Can 97 Kresge 13ft Am For Pow 11 s UB My B 97Vi Am Pow LI 944 Loews 34H Am Steel Fdrs Loose Wilts 39 Am Sugar 67 Lorlllard 23 128 ii Maytag e 91 McKess Rob SH Am Tob K Vista James Gorman Lawler Arle Crabtree Frederickshurg Charles Demro Nashua William Annes Lawler Rausch Fredericksburg Clarence Koeuigsfeld New Hamp Notr Francis OByrne Waucoma New Hampton Wil liam Grahlam Ionia James Cava naugh Lawler L J Martin Na shua Maude Hartman New Hamp ton Art Ross New Hampton Er nest Blanchard Nashua Bertha Noble Henry Knutson Fredericks burg Earl Ashley Bassett and Al J McNally New Hampton Mrs Allen and John Gilson Are Heard at Church in Northwood NORTHWOOD Sept day was a day of unusual interest at the local Baptist church At the morning services the Rev Alice Allen widow of the late Rev C D Allen and herself an ordained min ister of Washington occupied tlie pulpit She gave a report on the recent Northern Baptist convention sessions held at Washington Mrs Allen is the mother of Dr Clara Hill a recent resident here At the evening service John Gilson a representative of the Bap tist Missions home on a furlough with his wife and two children from their station at Balasore In dia gave an address on their work there with stereopticon slides showing the nature of their work in India Mrs Gilson Is a sister of Miss Esther Webb principal of the Northwood high school their home being at Oelwein Mr and Mrs Gilson and their two children Ruth and Lois will leave next Sunday for New York where on Sept 29 they will take boat for England on their return trip to Balasore They will arrive at Balasore Nov 2 Brooklyn Dodgers to Get New Management NEW YORK Sept 19 Steve McKeever president of the Brooklyn Dodgers today announced that Bob Quinn former owner of the Boston Red Sox of the American league would succeed David Driscoll as business manager of the Dodgers Driscoll announced his resignation today and it was followed shortly by the announcement of the appoint ment of Qulnn to take his place Davenport to Meet Western Champion TOPEKA Sept 19 rangements were complete today for a post season series between win ners of the Western and Mississippi valley leagues The series Is to open at Daven port Friday Saturday and Sunday On Tuesday the teams will move to the Western league town depending on whether St Joseph or Topeka wins the pennant If a seventh game is necessary ft coin is to be flipped to decide the place to play The first aggregation winning four games will be declared the winner of the series REFUNDS PART OF HIS SALARY Herring Sends Checks for to Iowa State Treasury DES MOINES Sept 19 Checks totaling have been received by State Treasurer Weg man from Gov Herrings office rep resenting payment of a voluntary refund on the chief executives sal ary The sum represents refunds from his July August and the first half of the September salaries The return amounts toabout J500 annually on his salary of 57500 Announcement that Governor Herring would make a voluntary in duction on his salary was made by democratic leaders in the senate when that body was considering leg islation for reduction of statutory salaries of public officials MASON CITY GRAIN MASON CITY Sept 19 Barley No 2 yellow shelled corn 3045c No 3 yellow shelled corn White oats No 3 30 Iba or better 36c 35c 2Bc 3UESDAY CHAIN CLOSE CHICAGO Sept 16 High DecS7JJ May 102 Sept30S BOXER DIES IN IOWA RING SHOW Basal Skull Fracture Cause of Death Following Boxing Match SIOUX CITY Sept 19 Whitlow Blrdaall 27 welterweight boxer from Decatur Nebr died this morning in a local hospital as a result of a basal skull fracture suffered in a bout with Bud Lymer Sioux City here last night Birdsall who has been fighting professionally for the last four years was knocked out in the last round of a scheduled four round pre liminary cracking his head agalnet the wooden floor boards of the Blrdsall was unconscious for sev eral minutes but revived sufficient ly to Walk to his dressing room aid ed by his seconds He dressed and then came out to the aisle just be low the grandstand As he stood there watching another bout he sud denly crumpled to the floor in a faint He was taken to the hospital where he failed to regain conscious ness Upon being notified of the death of BirdsallCounty Attorney Max Duckworth aaid that he would await the action of the coroner Coroner William Krigsten classi fied the death as strictly an acci dent Prom all that I have been able to determine he said Birdsall was the victim of an accident I saw the fight and I feel sure that Blrd lall came to his death as a result of a head injury resulting from this accident The coroner however will hold a postmortem this morning to de termine the exact cause of death Dr Frank Chase Former Osage Resident Buried OSAGE Sept Mayme Cutler her son Dr Earl Cutler and Miss Clara Whltley attended the funeral of Dr Frank Chase at Des Moines Mrs Cutler was a slrter of the doctor and Dr Cutler and Miss Whltley nephew and niece Dr Chase was a long time resident of Osagc and had many friends here Quests From Minneapolis GORDONSV3LLE Minn Mr and Mrs M G Marcy and two sons of Minneapolis visited relatives here over the weekend Dec May epl ec May ept Dec May Sept Dec Bept Oct Dec Sept Dot 61 3V 4244 46 VL 607 615 842 Low 80K 94U 49 53i 59Vi SSi 41U SSA 64 600 605 630 87i 10114 39 Am Wat Wka Anaconda Atchlion All BeJ Auburn Aviation Corp B 0 Barn5daU Bendlx Beth St Borders Borg Warn Burr Add Canada Dry Can Pac Chea O C t N W Chic Gt W Chic Gt W DM C M S P i P CMSPftP pfd C R I ft P Chryaler Col o A s Comwlth So Cons Gaa Cons on Contl Can Contl Ina Contl Mot Com Prod Curtlts Wr Deere prd Drug Inc Du Pont Eajttnan El Pow Lt Freeport Tejc Gen Am Trans Gen El Gen Foods Gen Mot Gillette Gobel Gold Dust Goodrich Goodyear Crah Paige Ot No pfd Qt West Bug Grig Grun Hudson III Cent Int Har 2114 Slid Cont 15 19ft M K T m 68 Mo Pac 511 31 Mont Ward 23 V 60 Naih 10 Nat BIBC S7si 3314 Nat Cash Re A 19 10 L Nat Dairy 15 M 184 Nat DlEtlll 38ft Nat Pow A Lt 12 N Y Cent 48 18 N Y N H t B 26 Int Nick Can No Am 181i 33 No Pac 26 H 16 Oliver Farm S 81 Packard iV 4354 Penlck k Ford 58 iiVi Penney 50 Penn Idtt Phillips Pet ISfe TU FrOe A Gam 42h 12 Pullman filU R C A 8 BO R K O 3V1 35 Kem Rand 5 IV Rep Stl 17 41 Key Tob B 52 4S 15 Roy Dutch 37 68H Sears Roe 43 S4 39 Shlll Un 954 2 Skelly 9K Socony Vac 14 3 So Pac 33 K St Brandi 3714 49U St G E 11 81A at Oil CaJ 44 tt St Oil N J 43N 7 Stew Warner B 47 Stone A Web 91i 35 Sludtbaker 5 33 U Tex Corp Tex Gulf Sul 41 34 Tim Itol B 31V 1314 Un Carb 49 Sli Un Pac 1S2H S3 Unit Air 1814 Unit Corp 61i 40 US Ind Ale 78 3H U B Rubber 10 24 US Steel 3294 40U Warner Pli 8i4 2ft West El MIS 441i 14 H Woohvorth 40 Vi 40H WrlEley 33 223H HOGS STEADY TO 10 CENTS HIGHER Unusually Brisk Demand for Dressed Pork Holds Up Values CHICAGO Sept 19 un usually brisk demand for dressed pork held live hog values up today Prices ruled steady to 10 cents high er in active dealings which ran the top on choice medium weight hogs up to 510 Shipping demand for hogs was broader and Independent killers were also active taking good hogs between and generally The run was only 55000 head with 33000 government pigs and 3000 head billed direct to packers This also forced the big operators into the market Receipts at outside markets were large but prices turned up from 5 to IS cents and In spots 20 cents in actve dealings Light cattle were attractive to buyers as they were scarce in the finished classes The bulk of the run consisted of medium weight fed steers Most sales were strong to 25 cents higher with steers topping at 1685 The bulk of better grade stuff sold at 6 to Limited receipts of live muttons checked the downturn in prices which yesterdays plethora of sup plies had caused and most sales were fully steady Most native lambs sold at 675 to 7 with a few beat leld above Quality of offer ngs was plain and harder sorting privileges were demanded y veaers Blow steady to weak bulk J5O650 choice to Hoas 19000 lalrly active steady to strong good to choice 180 to 260 Iba 5425 top S455 250 to 325 Ibs 425 desirable 140 to 180 Ibs J3750425 and above most comicerclal plga 350 and better packing sows average Cost Monday J365 weight 252 Ibs SHEEP 5500 run Includes five loads range lambs lour loads range ewea bal ance natives and no early sales fat iambi undertone about steady with buyers talking sllgbtly lower and sellers asking higher few common throwouta eood grade yearlings J4fi450 Monday bulk good to choice lambs KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITy Sept 19 U S de parlment ol HOOS 28000 24000 government pigs n directs uneven 515c higher than Monday good an CHICAGO STOCKS CHICAGO Sept 10 Cltle service Northwest Baaco7 K 1 Quilker 5 Great Lakes Air 4 Co Mid West utll National Leather 1 National stand 25 United Utll Ind Zenith 607 61o G40 600 615 002 615 GRAIN JtOVEJIENTS CHICAGO Sept 19 receipts and shipments WHEAT Today 735000 462050 Week ago 983000 284000 iear ago 1459000 1104000 COBN Today 003000 302000 Week ago 591000 517000 Year ago 485000 462000 OATS Today 311000 131000 Week ago 261000 118000 Year ago 246000 264000 Seaboard ond Gulf Yesterday Vr Ago Wheat 255000 Corn 51000 Flour 4000 7000 Wheat and Hour IS000 317000 Bonded wheat 51000 60000 TUESDAYGKA7N OFFX CHICAGO Sept 19 Open Close Close Today Yesterday Yr Ago Bept 02 50 95K 52 89 5714 May Sept Dec May Sept Dec May Sept Dec May Sept Dec May Sept Oct Dec Sept Oct 50 55 6UJ 38 41 815 54 Mi SDH 64 i 610 615 640 600 615 ITU 59 34 13 17 30 487 477 575 OMAHA OIIAIN OMAHA Bept 10 hard No 1 BOttc No 2 SOffOlc No 3 89jr89Mc No 1 durum No 4 774c mlied No 1 S7C Corn yellow No 1 44Mc mixed No 3 teVtc OHIO no trading MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN SftNNEAPOLIS Bept 10 118 ears 295 a year ago IMc higher cosh No 1 northern 85U5T97VIC No I dark north em IB per cent protein 05Vifft08ilc 14 per cent 13 per cent 05V1 STOSAc 12 per cent Di54 ffOS tte No I dark hard Montana 14 per cent OSAc to arrive 98jc No 1 amber durum SlOSH No 2 do No 1 red durum September December 94ltc May 07 ft c Corn NO 3 yellow Oats No 3 white 37fi3Sc INVESTMENT TBCBTS By the Antedated Frets Quotations or Bept 19 Corporate Tr Sh 3 34 Corporate Tr Sh AA Mod 2 48 Corporate Tr Sh Accu Ser 2 23 JorporalB Tr Sh Ac Ser Mod 248 Dividend Eh 128 Nationwide Sec Nationwide Sec vie1 10W Nor Amer Tr ah i 94 Nor Amer Tr Sh 1053 2 S4 quarterly inc Eh Selected Am Sh 2 70 Selected Cum Sh I 717 Selected Income 8h 3 73 Corp Am Tr A sllS U 3 El L A Pow A 12U U H El I Pow B U S El L Pow B Vlo 27 4 3H IK Askee 2 35 255 111 275 160 742 425 235 91 LOCAL HOGS STOCKS First Hank Stock 7W Northwest BancorpoMllon no tradlns Supplementary List of Stock Quotations Supplied by LAJHSON BROTHERS AND CO Mason City Office in Bagley Beeh Building Telephone No 7 NEW YOnK CURB QUOTATIONS Am Gas El 25 Humble Oil BS Am Sup Pow 3H Nlag ft Hud Ark N Qua A 1T4 Fennrcad Corp 3A Can Marconi 3M S O Ind 33U El Bd Bh 1914 S 0 17H Ford Mo of Eng United Oat 3 Hud B M ft B 113 Un L P A CHICAGO STOCKS Bend AVI Corp 18 Butler BoreWar Corp 1814 Cord company HH NEW YORK STOCKS Alaska Juneau soy Kelvlnator Cors 1311 Am Bank Note 18K Krnger Iroo 24 Am Beet Sugar 12 Lambert Co Am Car Fdy 295t LM Carb Curp 33 Am Roll Milts 22 Mack Truck 37 Am R ft 8 Co Math Alkali 4014 Am 3 t R Co 5354 Hex Seab Ol 37JJ Am Tob Bl McK and Robb SV All Ref Co 31 oils gteil 3U Ar t Co B HI 5H J C Pennay Co SO Baldwin Lo 12 Puro oil Co 14M Barnsdall oil A Pur Bak corn ISl MlK Co 11 li Puc Ber of N J 35 BrBalColl Co 12 Simmons Co 26W Byer A M CO UH Bo Cal Edlon UK Com Credit 1TT4 Tide Wa OH Co lo Comm Bolvenls U B Ind Al 76 Cont Oil 16K utll P ft L A 4U Cream of Wht 3us Vanadium 5nil Curt Wris pfd 5V4 Union a k Imp 16 li Davidson chem 33Vt Western Union Wi at North ore 13H worth Pump 59 HOUB Oil Nen 6H North Am Art 7H packing sows medium and good 275 lo 550 Iba J3S3DO plga good to 130 Ibs 25 CATTu calves 2000 good and choice Jed ilcers and yiarllngi stroDg low er grades itrong to 3 cana higher best fed teen J683 bulk grades 075 common and medium grades scarce active and strong to 25 ceau higher this applying to offerings of value to sell at J575 downward all grades heifers firm to nlBher part load cows slow bulls about nteady vealers after steady start now 50 cents or more lower at IS down ward mostly slaughter cattle and vealers and cmolce 550 to 800 Iba J550 8675 800 to 1100 Ibs 1100 lo 1300 Ibs J575SJ7 1300 lo 1500 5T5BT common and medium S30 lo 1 300 Ibs helfem good and choice 550 to 750 55251f640 common and medium J2755T625 cows good S375ffli w common and medium cut ter and cutter il5og223 bulls yearlings excluded good Decf J325S4 cutur com mon and medium vealers good and choice medium 50 cull and common 145J350 stockcr and feed callle goad and choice 300 to 1000 common and medium SHEEP 7000 slow Iambi around leady with 23 to 50 cent lower close hulk natives J6754F7 best held above J725 sheep slcacy ewes J160B250 lew Ji75 undertone stronu on feeding Iambi Uimbs 80 iot down good and choice J6BO VMZJ common and medium I4S2C75 cwea i t0 i130 B00tl ana all wclsllta common and medium 76cltS2 feeding lambs 60 to 76 Ibs good and choice LAMSON BROTHERS MARKET LETTER KANSAS CtTV OJIAJV KANSAS CITY Sept IS UVWheat 31 cars Ic lower to Ifae higher No 2 dark c No 2 rd 9 02 We No 3 9U4c No 2 red 304c No 3 SOBOlc nominal Corn 25 cars Hio lower to He higher No 2 white 405404C billing soc No 3 nominal No 2 yellow 0i nominal No 2 mined 47 No 3 484fl48c nominal Oats l cars unchanged to We higher No Go to Worlds Fair VanLiven and August Stohr went to Chicago Sat urday where they attended the Cen tury of Progress and visited the formers uncle Art VanLaven The Rev and Mrs Henry Kruse and Bon Harlen returned Saturday from Chicago where they attended the Century of Progress Mr and Mrs Herman Buns returned from Chica go Saturday where they attended the fair GRAIN MARKET REVIEW wheat market was ntrvous and erratic In keeping with the mixed sentl ment prevailing hut experienced a Boodbulge to new hluh levels for the day in trans actions There was no news to account for the rally tut considerable of buying was credited to houses with eastern connec tions which had been on both sides of the market up lo that This W to belief that there had pomlWy been developments In the matter of Inflation although talk on his subject fiBre was much less rampant thin yeslerday However the dollar continued to decline as shown by the higher free told price today and by advance In the sterling exchange News was somewhat mixed Liverpool closed with a better feeling and the decline in North America yesterday Ignored wlnhineir was affected Uy the continued rain over the to which we gave reference yester day Export demand was yctttr any and no on takings were forth comingtoday Argentine news attracted much attention Reports during the day In dlcated damage by locusts In some sections with the Infestation apreadlnc Meanwhile the growing crop needs rain displayed an caty undertone until wheat made Its late bulge This suited recovery of all losses and firm close short covering being somewhat In evidence In corn and wheat The continued liberal country offerings nro having effect on sentiment but the market easily overcame hedging from this source today Bookings were 115000 Oali vat disturbed at times by the waakneu In other grains but made a good recovery Whelt looses i though It will be difficult la break while this inflation U Daughter In Hospital Studer oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs J L Studer is in the Childrens hospital at Iowa City for treatments MASON CITY Sept 18 Best sorted lights 180 to 210 Ibs 420 best medium weight butchers 240 to 260 Ibs 420 best heavy but chers 260 to 300 Ibs bes prime heavy butchers 300 to 351 pounds 340 best packing sows smooth 300 to 350 Ibs 2SO bes heavy sows smooth 350 to 400 Ibs 5260 light lights fair to good 140 to 160 Ibs 280 to top 455 on choice 180 to 220 Ibs odd choice 140 lo ISO Ibs 160 to ISO Iba ISO to 200 Ib 44459455 200 to 220 Ibs J445SM55 22 to 250 Ibs 250 to 290 Ibs 440 290 to 350 Ibs packln sows 275 to 530 Ibs 52I5S340 CATTLE 7500 calves 1200 klllln classes fairly active steady lo 15c higher three loads choice 1300 Ib steers good an choice 530 to 000 bs J5S860 BOO to 110 Ibs J5S650 1100 to 1300 IbB 1300 lo 1500 Iba common an medium 530 Ibj up helfera good and choice 550 to 800 Ibs com mon and medium 350 to 800 Ibs 52504 475 cows good common ant medium S2532B5 low cutter and cutle vealers fed medium ti choice cull and common 750 stocker and feeder Bteera good anc choice all weights 53755p535 common and medium weights SHEEP 10000 2000 through stow very Uttle done native lambs and odd Iota sheep steady best natives 5635 choice rangers held above 37 Lambs good and choice x 80 Ibs down 3625tff710 common and me Ulum 90 Jbs down yearling wethers medium to choice 80 to 110 Iba WSOST475 ewea good and choice DO to 150 Ibs Jl50cB275 hased on ewefl and weth UVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO Sept 19 Otflclat esti mated receipts tomorrow Catlle 11000 hogs 60000 35000 governmenl sheep 9 000 Representative Sales CHICAGO Bept 19 8 depart lent of aales 32 CHICAGO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO Sept 18 B depart ment of HOOS 55000 Including 3000 direct and 33000 for government active steady to 10 cents higher 180 to 230 top S510 24U to 360 Ibs ftiyiSH most light lights downward commercial pigs below i packing sows light llgnt good and choice 140 to Ibs J425W480 light weight 160 to 200 Ibs medium weight 200 lo 230 Ibv OMAIIA LIVESTOCK CATTLE 7000 calvw 500 fed steers and vearllngs moderately active strong with and MrB hlgh Kent heifers active strong 10150 tilgh li bulls strong to Oc higher vealero strong stockers and feeders In light supply fully steady steers and yearllngj medium weights some held higher helcera iht cullr grades midtum bulls JO practical top X two loads stock helftrs 539 jbs 1 i5vQSt Including nrooo pigs and 1000 piggy OWj actlva 10lSo higher lao M3440 sowa stags rerage cbst Monday 359 wtitrht 2RR lJudlB veirllr CBnt and bulk sorted natlvo and range lambs of SIOCX CIT1 LIVESTOCK ITy grleuHure steers and 3000 y 0hailEed bulls and feeders modernity active to strong scattered lots choto yearling Jp to includes about 10000 and 1200 piggy sows active to all In sflart Package JJBD oujjc 80 to llfeht lights 13750435 sow i to ihlppens to IS85 heavUs down lo SHEEP 4000 no early isles jambr hljfter indications other classes bK Iambi held MrTrTaiV b oo ST PAUI LIVESTOCK SOUTH 3T PAUL Sept department of rt y Plain very few weslern grassers offered better jmde teen and learllnjs scarce to Idc she stock billli fully steady stockers and feedr lit changed few desirable leA 1MT tt 7Jsgl 505 common to medium J3fi460 odd lots BOM to choice nelfera plainer 5f low cullerl lo medium cows U 1582 SO common and medium bulls lift common medium stockers and quality heifer calves 1700 most stock calves 2 365 307 2E2 76 255 Mediums nOGS 400 80 440 87 430 92 485 73 23 228 209 202 1410 1124 1160 1054 1159 1183 1130 971 Nalive Lambs Si 89 83 78 77 75 196 182 173 167 490 60 155 500 42 147 510 505 CATTLE 685 12 800 675 49 740 6S5 40 922 650 26 937 000 5S5 3 1164 500 16 10S8 425 22 34 SHEEP 725 11 700 31 700 112 67S 130 650 15 1019 065 480 VOU 650 633 620 500 425 375 250 165 105 120 124 D5 87 Feeding 120 57 575 150 63 640 ICO 55 600 275 250 200 133 100 UNCERTAINTY IN STOCK MARKET Share Movements Erratic Moderate Rally Regains Some of Losses NEW YORK Sept 19 Ghosts of uncertainties scampered through the security markets today and the rustling of their mysterious garments brought shivers to the more timid traders There was actually little to ac count for the erratic movements of stocks The share market was only moderately irregular during the first hour but there was a sharp and rather weird break in the second which flooded the list with losses of 1 to 3 omore points Shorts Cover For half an hour selling was fast Then short covering steadied the leaders and a moderate rally re trieved some of the more severe de clinesThe activity however dwindled noticeably on the recov ery The sudden relapse apparently found no answer in brokerage cir cles Grains and cotton were barely steady The dollar while a bit eas ier displayed some resistance in foreign exchange dealings Bonds were againheavy Most of the mining shares sagged with the rest of the market and the Volatile Homestake slumped 20 points at one time Noranda how ever managed to get up a point There was little to choose from in he various stock categories Some Issues Off Issues off 1 to 2 or more included American Telephone TJ S Steel Allied Chemical American Can Case Chrysler Johns Manville In dustrial Rayon du Pont Western Jnion U S Smelting Santa Fe Jmon Pacific Pennsylvania Na tional Distillers Consolidated Gas and TJ 7 Industrial Alcohol Free port Texas and Texas Gulf Sulphur were up 1 to 2 points and the oils were not too depressed Switching and hedging were wo words frequently heard in the discussions of market observers 3oth were supposed to account to a arge extent for the spasmodic de clines in favoring stock groups Many investors and traders were aid to be basing their operations n the assumption that currency In lation is a certainty and have been fettmg out of issues that may not e benefited by this development nd into ones that stand a chance f substantial improvement HOG MARKETS PRODUCE MASON CITY Sept 19 Cash Quotations By K G Morse Eggs current Heavy hens 1 ins and over 80 Light hens Broilers heavy breeds Leghorn Broilers gc Old cocks 1 40 Merchants Quotations Eggs in trade Eggs cajh 30c 27c Butter Plymouth Butter Clear Lake Butter Brookfield Butter State Brand one Butter Mason Maid 27o Home Grown Potatoes peck 35o NOTBTnSe repre sentative quotations were obtained by calling several downtown grocery stores CHICAGO POULTRY MCICAG0 Sept1B uve t2 trucks weak hen Leghorn hena EC roosters 7c turkeys EnS ducks BffllOHc old sane ROCK fryers colored lOWiv Rock S 1014c Son era 12faiS12Mc colored IQic Leghorn 8c CHICAGO PnODUClT CHICAGO Sept 49 14 7TO steady creamery specials 93 score EBB ISMc 17iSc local 8026 steady extra local 17c fresj graded current receipts PRODUCE Jsc cio November December 23c CURB MARKET Hog prices at Iowa markets Tuesday Prime hoes 180 to 240 Ibs S3951i425 J4fl to 290 to 280 16s 280 to 325 Ibs 5320 325 to 350 Ibs S305S333 good packers 25583 260 to 200 IBs S3SOCJ 380 200 to 325 Ibs J320S350 325 to 330 Ibs good packers DES ISO lo ICO Ibs 160 to 300 Ibs 13400380 to 400 Ibs good packers J2ljj 10 to 20 cenls 140 to 160 Ibs J390 160 to 180 Ib3 S360180 to 200 Jbs J425 200 to 240 Ibs J435 240 io 260 His 5410 260 to 280 Ibs S385280 io 310 Ibs J365 310 to 350 Ibi J330 over 350 Ibs packers under 350 Ibs J2808310 packers 350 to 450 IbB 52 60ft 200 packers over 500 Ibs packers 2 and down CEDAR hogs 180 to 240 Ibs S410 240 to 260 Ibs S390 200 to 580 J3S5 2BO to 300 Ibs 1345 300 to 320 Ibs J330 320 to 340 Ibs 5310 Good pack ers to 350 Ibs 12SO to 400 IbS 65 o 450 Ibs J200 to 500 Ibs No 2 yellow 38C No 3 yellow 3Tc COMHINKD HOG RECEIPTS DES MOINES Sept IB S de partment of Combined hog receipts at 32 concentration jLrds and 7 packing plants located In In ferior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 14 hour period ended at 8 a m today were 11900 compared with 11500 a week ago and 10BOO a year ago Generally steady to lOc higher than Mon days average trading fAlrly active Indl point to about norms Tuesday load Quotations follow Light Uffhls 140 to 160 bj good and choice light weights 180 to ISO Ibr 417440 160 to 200 bs medium weights 200 to 220 J41R8450 220 to 250 bs heavy weights 230 to 390 Ibs 290 to 350 Ibs S3258 360 packing EOVS 275 to 350 Ibs Rood 350 to 425 bs f3653310 425 to 5SO Ids f250t200 HIDES AND WOOL CJuotatlonn Furnished by Wolf Bros Inc SOB Fifth Street Southwest HIDES Horsehldes Cured Beef Hides 6c Green Beef Hides 5c WOOL Mo 1 clean bright24c Ib Semlbrlght 23c Ib Rejectsigc ib niABKfiT BOSTON Bept 19 U B department of Medium quality domestic wools are very jtrong Quantities available for Immediate delivery are limited and demand Is perslst rnt Bids of 39 cents and a fraction above n the grease have bsen refused on strictly combing BGs blood and 48s 50s 4 blood Ohio fleeces Sales have heen closed this ween on similar grades of bright fleeces rom stales farther west than Ohio at 38 9 cents In the greaje strictly combing me dium territory wools are very firm at 7477 ems scoured basis on 36s blood and at 6871 cents On 48s aOs U blood Preaches Farewell Sermon DUMONT Sept H M ripsword pastor of the United Brethern church for the past three years preached his farewell sermon Sunday evening and will leave Wed leaday for the annual conference to ie held at Movllle Thursday to Sun day for Kansas City C Anderson who has been visiting at the W F God rey home left for Kansas City Mra Anderson remained for a onger visit with her parents NEW YORK Bept10 ire Increased at times on the curb ex nange today and prices were mostly lower Oil and metal Issues again succeeded In advancing during the earlier dealings but their resistance held little attraction for other groups and quoted values throughout tlie list generally receded utilities weak ened while a number of specialties turned soft Petroleum and mining shares later bogged down In sympathy with declines else Extreme losses or more thin two points were recorded by Electric Bbnd and ahare Consolidated Gas of Baltimore and Ameri can cities Power and Light Singer Manufacturing slumped several points BOND MARKET NEW YORK Sepl 18 WVBond quota Ooni codtiiiUBil to slip today nmi losses vere recorded by the various divisions Of the tlo l3t U S governments on the other hand were steady to firm Kcccnt weakness of dollar exchange and increasing talk of currency inflation are be i tg mentioned as possible reasons for the investment markets Bogginess Hfcii rttteu Issues were down with the mum illative loans and trading was rather active ot times Losses ranging from fractions lo more wa Some Industrial listings displayed com SSTL f steadiness National Dairy 5Ks broke more than 2 points yesterday offered much better resistance Small advances were fairly general In the federal government seclton The market heard reports that open market operations of the reserve banks were being Increased V s BOND OUOTATIONS NEW YOEK Sept 19 S bonds closed Liberty 3V43 10218 Liberty First 4Us 10227 Liberty Fourth 4Vis 10231 Treasury 4752 11021 Treasury ta 415i 10013 Treasury 31is 4043 June 10126 Treasury 3VJs 4949 1001 Treasury 35 5155 9822 IOWA PUBLIC UTILITY MlEFEIinED STOCKS Bid and asked on Sept 19 Cenl St El 7 Pet Pfd J25 par 2 4 Cent St P ft L 7 pet pfd s D M CIS 7 pet pfd SCO pnr 47 D M Gas 7 pfd par 41 Interstate Pow 7 pet pfd Q Iowa Electric 7 pet pfd 13 Iowa Electric 6M pet pfd l Iowa Elec Lt i Pow 7 pet pfd 2TW Iowa Elec Lt t Pow 6 pet pfd 24 Iowa Power Lt 6 pet pfd Iowa Pub Service 7 pet pfd Iowa Pub Service C pet pfd Iowa Soulh Ull 7 pet pfd 49 40 8 7 50 41 12 16 IS 27 52 48 11 t fc United Lt i Ryi 7 pet pfd United Lt Rys 6 pet pfd Exdlvldend Mrs Donohue Ousts Past Golf Champion NEW HAMPTON Sept 19Mrs E P Donohue defeated Mrs Ray F Faragher defending champion in their semifinal match at the New Hampton Golf and Country club Mrs Clyde G BIgelow and Mrs Clem Monen meet in the semlfinala this week Mra William Larkin won the second flight from Grace Sayers Police Force Increased CRYSTAL LAKE Sept Lloyd of Britt has heen hired by the month as officer to assist Mar shal George Rambarger Jt was atated many strange men are com ing here to work in the onion and potato fields and a larger police force was believed necessary NEW YOE VonK PRODUCE nchan6cl extrr 1V1 mixed White and brown eggs unchanged try steady to easy Live poultry steady to firm unchanged KANSAS CITY PBODlCE WProdue MISCELLANEOUS MINNEAPOLIS Sept IS un changed shipments 20 082 Pure tean 1050 standard middlings IOTATO MARKET CHICAGO Sept 10 LTVU S depart ment of oaparl Potatoes 96 on track 322 total U E 522 dull and barely steady Piles heavy demand and trading Jow per cwt Wisconsin round white u S No 1 Jl5txfflG5 ew best higher II ir w7 Mir condition 1130 Minnesota and Worth Dakota ffw best No 2 mostly SI75 Washing ton russetj u B No 2 NEW YORK NEW YORK Sept 19 Haw 6uap was quiet at 365C Futures 3 to 4 polnta preVDl11 CME Kfl TOLEDO SKEnS TOLEDO Sept 19 Seeds unchanged Ben Johns Paroled on Jail Break Sentence BRITT Sept Ben Johns was taken before a judge at Gar ner yesterday where he was sen tenced to one years imprisonment for escaping jail He was paroiled to L C Beaumont county attor ney We have used trac tors plows beet lifter corn picker elevator and dont forget now is the time to buy your new tractor for fall plowing BAIMAT MACHINERY INC BEAT AT LAST AGONY OF ILES Suffer no longer the torment of Piles Walk sit and go to the stool in comfort For relief is yours in Fazo All forms of pain ful protruding and bleeding Pazo not only stops the pain and itchingbut tends to cor rect the condition of Piles as a whole For Pazo is threefold in cf fcctItiSiooDimj which relieves the pain and itching It is healing which repairs the torn and damaged tissue It is absorbing which tends To reduce the swollen blood 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