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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - October 23, 1933, Mason City, Iowa                                TEN MASON QITT GLOBEGAZETTE OCTOBER 23 1933 TWO INJURED IN AUTO ACCIDENT Five Are Involved in Crash on Highway 218 Near Waverly NASHUA Oct persons were injured in an accident involv ing five cars three miles north of Waverly last night on highway 218 Two cars were parked on the edge of the paving one of them having stopped to help the other in making repairs A Colorado car started to passthese cars Mr and Mrs Frank Burgart and three children of Shellrock going east started to go past the Colora do car smashed into it and went across the road striking a car go ing west and occupied by Mr am Mrs John T Watkins and son of Nashua Mrs Watkins suffered a broken nose cut onher neck and injured left hand The Watkins car was bad ly damaged Mr Burgarts daughter received a scalp wound FATAL SHOOTING OF BABY PROBED Mother Quizzed as Slayer o Her Four Months Old Son CEDAR RAPIDS Oct 23 County officials and Coroner R A Vorpai are investigating the death this morning of Theodore Hofferd 4 months old son of Mr and Mrs Bernard Hofferd shot to death as he lay sleeping in his crib County Attorney G K Thompson is preparing an information against the babes mother and will question her The coroner quoted Mr Hof ferd as saying his wife told him she iad intended to kill herself Mrs Hofferd telephoned herhus band asking him to hurry home from work but would not say what had happened When he arrived he found Uie child dead In the mean time she also had called a physician The baby was in good health and was an only child the coroner said 3rd District Legion Commander Will Talk at Sheffield Session SHEFFIELD Oct county American Legion and auxiliary meeting will be held at the Memor ial ball here Thursday evening at 8 oclock The principal speaker will TjejVic Center commanderof the third district Other Legion and auxiliary i speak ers will be on the program Follow ing the program the eveningwill be devoted to dancing and social en tertainment Emmetsburg Gives Dates of Schedule EMMETSBURG Oct letic Director William Ketchen of thoEmmetsburg public schools has announced the 19334 basketball schedule for the junior college and high school with the possibility of sectional tournament be ing held here March 2 because of Emtnetsburgs central location among the group of colleges partici pating The junior college schedule here ntc Grove here lire City there Dec there Jan Dodge here Jnn there Ian here Jan City there Jan here Feb there Fel City here Fth thm Feb there 1eb there Mar tournament areene High Gives Cage Team Schedule GREENE Oct Greene high school basketball schedule i Dec at first and second teams Dec at Greene i boya and Klrlfl Dcc Bock at Shell Rock boys d gfrla Dec at Greene boys and TVS Jon at ClarbsvlUe boyi first and second teams Jan Hock at Grtene boys first and second teams Jan at Parkers burj boyTB ana girls Jan Rock at Greene boys ann fls Jon at Dnmont boys and Jan at Greene boys and slrls at Greene boys first and second teams Feb Rock at Marble Kock boys first and second teams Feb county tournament boys Feb county tournament glrlH Mar tournament boya ROOSEVELT TALK SENDS GRAINS SOARING PHONE 888 BEFORE ITS TOO LATE Our Baby Poco Coal wins by comparison Buy your coal on our moneyback guarantee Its easy to fire with Baby Poco FIRESIDE FUEL COMPANY WE CAN USE SOME MORE EGGS and are giving 21c a dozen in trade and you get a lot in trade because our prices are low owing to the fact that we own our building and sell for cash Plenty of Parking Space Corn large box Heavy 2Thumb Husking Gloves pair Van Camps Tomato P Soup per can DC MORRIS Food Store 221 6th St S W 9c NEW TRIAL FOR GRATTAN SOUGHT Attorneys for Defense Take Exception to Jurys Instructions DECORAH Oct 23Attorneys for Marvin T Grattan 83 year old Civil war veteran against whom the jury Saturday brought in a ver dict of first degree murder with life Imprisonment at hard labor have asked for another trial taking exception to the courts instructions to the jury Mr and Mrs Grattan and Henry Grattan their grandson who was by their side received the verdict quietly and without outward man ifestation The defendant bowed his head and reached for his wifes hand as the courtroom crowd which numbered more than 200 when the verdict was read broke up He was later taken to the Winneshiek county jail in custody of the sheriff Thursday morning at 10 oclock was set by the court as the date for massingjudgment on Grattan HEERY IS DEAD IN CLARKSVILLE ife Long Resident to Be Buried Week Following Brothers Rites CLARKSVILLB Oct Heery life long resident here i died yesterday at Mercy hospital srly Hia brother Albert 75 aJso a jachelor was buried last Tuesday The two brothers suffered colds several weeks ago Peter succumbed o asthma and complications Funeral services will be held at oclock Tuesday afternoon at the lome of his niece Lydia Heery vith Father Collins of Waverly as sisted by Father Hushak of Shell ek in charge Burial will be in Lynwood cemetery Mr Heery was born on Christmas day 1855 in Clarksville and was he last of six children of the late John and Catherine Heery who set tled here in 1852 Of four others born in Clarksville the same day as Peter Heery three are living These are Henry Hicks of Clear Lake Sumner Shadbolt cf Minneapolis and Mrs Frank Wygle of Clarksville Henry Wamsley was the one who Is dead Peter and Albert Heery lived on the old homestead Corn Sample Given by Boettcher Leader in Chickasaw Test Plot NEW HAMPTON Oct ample of yellow corn furnished by Adolph Boettcher Hampton showed the highest yield in the Chickasaw county corn test plot at he John Arnhalt farm The corn fielded 756 bushelsan acre on a L5 per cent moisture basis Joe rrantzen Alta Vista had a sample hat yielded 708 bushels L E vloine Ionia 702 bushels Frank Tracy Nashua 693 Hubert Laures New Hampton 693 The average yield for the plot was 695 bushels WHEAT 1 9 List OVER WEEK AGO Wheat Closes Strong Up 3 to More Than 4 Corn Up About 3 CHICAGO Oct 23 President Roosevelts address to the nation made wheat prices go soaring today and the market rose to about 19 cents above last weeks low the bottommost point this season An outstanding feature of today was notable scarcity of wheat offerings Aside from the presidents announcement of a policy of higher prices for farm products much notice was also taken of his free gold market plan which leading experts here construed as likely to accomplish in a gradual manner the game effects aa a revaluation of the dollar Wheat closed strong centsabove Saturdays finish Dec cents May cents corn and oats both cents up corn Dec cents May 52 cents and provisions unchanged to a rise of 25 YOBK STOCKS NEW YORK Oct 23 Final Air Red 05 Kennecott Alleghany 3 Kresge 10 Al Che i Dye Lls ft Mj B SSA Am Can 8854 Loews 23 Am t For Pow Loosa Wllu 3714 Am Pow i Lt 7 Lortllard ISi Am Steel Fdra 5Vi Heytag 4 Am Sugar SI t Kob 3 AT 4 T 113H Mid Cont Pel 10M Am B 1SV M KT 7 Am Wat WUs 1SS Mo Pac 3i Anaconda 1211 Mont Ward 17 5 Atctllson 48 Naah 11 Atl Ret 27t Nal Blic 42i Auljurn 3S Nal Cash Re A U Aviation Corp 7 Nat Dairy Utt B 0 21 Not Distill BlrnadaU 7S Nat Pow ft Lt 1074 Bendli 11 Vj N Y Cent 2914 Beth St 25 N Y N H H 15 Borders 22 No Am 1711 Borg Warn 13 No Pac 17 Burr Add 13H Oliver Farm 4tt Canada Dry 24 V4 Packard 3H Can Pac 12W Penney 42 Ches fto 3S14 Penn 3414 C ft W 7H Philllpa Pet 131i Cblc ot W 2Tt Procft Gam 38H C M S P A P Pullman 43 CMSPftp pfd7 B C A 6V4 CHIfcP 3H RKiO 2fc Chrysler 3CH RemjRand 6H Col G t E 12 Rep Stl 10 CorriwHh Scu 2U Rey Tob E 47 Cons Gas 41 Roy Dutch 32 Coru Oil 10ft Sears Roe 364 Contl Can 81 Shell U TA ContllnB Slcelly 7 Conll Mot 1 Socony Vac 10 Corn Proa 7854 SoPac 18 Curtlss Wr 2 at Brands 21S CHICAGO CASH GRAIN CHICAGO Oct 23 PI Wheat No 2 hard weevUy 82c new com No 3 yellow No 3 white No 5 white 38c No 4 mixed old com No 2 mlxea No 1 yellow 45c No 2 yellow 43jiJ45l4c No 3 yellow 42i ff4314c No 4 yellow No S yellow 41o No 6 yellow 40S40Hc No 1 while 44c No 2 while 43H845c No e white 40c sample grade 35KS36HO oats No 2 while 38f36ilc No 3 white 34H no rye parley timothy seed ffGSS cwt clover seed cwt13rd 5320 loose lard 15 bellies Pont 71 gt C ft E 954 Eastman St on cat 37 K El Pow i Lt 6 Bt Oil N J Frceport Tex 4014 slew Warner 31 Gen Am Trans 26 Stone ft Wfib 8 Gen El 18H Studebaker iV Gen Foods 33 Tex Corp 23 Gen Mot 26 Tez Gulf 8ul 33 milttte 10 Tim Rol B 24K Gobel 6 Un Catb 37 Gold Dust ITS Un Pac 105 Goodrich IDS Unit Air 2tvi Goodyear 2r Unit Corp Grah Paige 3H XI B Ind Alco 57 Gt No pfd 10 US Rubber 12Ti Of West Bug 3311 US Steel 36 X Mason City Gra Cent 24 K West El ft Mfg 31 IntHar 354 Woolworth 3S Int Nick Can 18 Wrlgley I T ft T 10 Tel It 4 Many 45w MASON CITY Oct Barley No 2 yellow shelled corn Oct 23 Pub Service A Northwest Dane a White oats No 3 30 Ibs or better Co 5 Swift and Co 13 Grlgaby Grunow 1 Swllt Intl 21 McNeil 3K Utllliy and Ind 1 MONDAY GRAIN CHICAGO Oct 23 UP High Low STOCKS Ju y 87L CORIS Bancorporatlon 451 OATS the Anoclaled Prms May 38ft 36U July 31U RYE Tr Sb AA Mod 197 204 Coroorate Tr Sh Ac Ber 185 May 83 Va Srt 104 116 Dec 47 45 Dec 332 520 Jan 590 580 4 S El L ft Pow A lii 11 Oct MONDAY GRAIN Open Close Close Today Saturday Year List of Stock Quotations July 8fl 83 by BROTHERS AND CO May 51 40 i July 53 Gltt OATS nee 331i YORK CURB QUOTATIONS May 37 Va 18 Vi July 3513 Gas ft El 24 Pennroad Corp 3 Ark N Gas A Hi 5 O Ind 2814 Dec 56ii 53it Marconi 2 S O Ky 14 El Bd ft Sh 16 VI United Gas lit Mo of Eng 5 Un L P A 3 July Oil 80 UUI P ft A 2 Dec 44 May 51 STOCKS Bend Avl Corp 11 Butler Bros 3V1 Oct SOri YORK STOCKS Juneau Kelvlnator Corp 11 Bank Note 11 Kroger Groc 20 Oct 4 50 Beet Sugar 7 Lambert Co 2oH Am Car Fy 2014 Llq Carb Corp 23 Dec Roll Mills 14 il Mack Truck 2416 R fc a Co 12U Mathle Alkali OMAHA GRAIN OMAHA Oct 23 Wheat dark hard No 2 83ttc No 4 SOttc hard No I 83c No 2 spring No 3 mixed No 2 86e Com yellow No 2 40Hc No 4 3Qc Oata white No 3 S ft R Co 36 tt Men Scab Oil 32 u Am Tob McK and Hocb 5 All Ref Co 27 Oils Steel 3 Ar ft Co B III 2H J C Penney Co 42 Baldwin Lo 1056 Pur Bak Corp 14 Barnsdall Oil A 7i Puc Serol N J 3SV4 BrlBBB MfB Co 71i St Joseph Lead 2454 KANSAS CITY GRAIN KANSAS CITY Oct 23 Wheat 201 cars to 3i cents higher Ko 2 dark hard sac No 3 No 2 hard 831S7c No 3 No 2 red No 3 sic Com 43 CUTS 2 to 3 cenls higher No 2 white No 3 noml nal No 2 yellow No 3 A M Co 19 So Cal Edlaon 171 Com Credit 13 Tide Wat Oil Co 9i Comm Solvents 30K U S Ind Al 57 Cunt Oil 15 Utll P i L A 3Vi Cream of Whi 27 Vanadium 16 Cudahy Pacltlnp 33V5 Un Gas ft Imp 1QH Curt WrlE pfd 2H Western Union 44V4 3t North Ore Worth Pump 18 3ous Oil New 41 North Am Av 5 No 3 OaU 4 cars 2 to 24 cents higher No 2 white nominal No 3 Brofhers SWINE MARKET ABOUT STEADY Sharp Cutting of Supplies Fails to Give Strength Top CHICAGO Oct 23 curtailment of swine supplies failed to give the market strength today Trade was about steady with the top at 5465 Receipts of 20000 were 5000 fewer than expected and carried 8000 direct to packers Reinforced by this supply packers failed to shbw up for more andiwith shippers showing only a minor interest trade lagged Small killers werethe chief support for the marketand pur chafed sparingly Packers were still buying only what could immediately be placed In trade channels and were putting floor stocks for im position of the processing tax Nov 5 Most good hogs were held around to 46p Outside markets reported sharply diminished supplies but price trends ranged from around steady to 5 and 10cents lowerwith trade generally slow Cattle trade was fairly active and fully steady despite a huge run of fatsteers Best steers oh sale were making with the general mar ket from 5525 upward Around 7000 western grassers were in the run to give country shippers re placements for feeding pens steady Best native lambs made to 7 consistently and some of the beat closely sorted held above 725 Most of rangers fell Into the feeder class Local Hogs MASON CITY Oct sorted lights 200 to 240 Ibs 5400 best medium weight butchers 240 to 260 Ibs best heavy butch ers 260 to 300 Ibs 370 best prime heavy butchers 300 to 350 Ibs 340 beat packing BOWS smooth 300 to 350 Ibs 5300 best heavy sows smooth 350 to 400 Ibs light lights fair to good 140 160 180 Ibs 5330 5360 370 CHICAGO IIVESTOCK CHICAGO Oct 23 S depart ment of HOGS 20000 Including 8000 direct slow about sleady with Friday 140 to 2SO Ihs S435fil460 top plg3 downward packing sows smooth lights to 5375 light lightgood and choice 140 to 160 Ibs J42SS455 light welghta 160 to 200 Ibs J435S460 medium weight 200 to 250 Ibs Heavyweight 250 to Ibs packing sows medium and gbod275 to e50ms pigs gooil and choice 100to 130 Iba CATTLE 32000 calves 2000 fairly ac tive and fuliy steady trade on practically all grades light steers and yearlings kinds scaling 1000 Ibs downward especially 90C Ibs down very little done on medium and yvelghly steers supply fairly liberal and undertone weak other killing classes very uneven cows sleady to Tveak nulls 15c higher vcalers strong largely steer run with about 7000 western ErassErH mostly Etockersr early lop long yearling steers 5650 Blaughler cattle and vealers Steers good and choice 550 to 800 000 to 1100 Ibs J5tSSO 1100 to 1300 Ibs 1300 lo 1500Iba com mon and medium 530 to 1300 Ibs heifers goodand choice 350 to 750 Ibs S5255J640 commonand medium J3iP525 cows good common and medium low cutter and cutler 515175 bulls yearlings excluded good beef 5201 i325 cutter common and medium 290 vealers good and choice SS751P750 medium cull and common J850 5450 stocker and feeder catlle Sleers good and choice 500 to 1030 Ibs J373W G25 common and medium J2253P4 SHEEP 18000 indlcallons around stead or on grade native lambs best held above 5725 rangers largely 1 feederclass sheep little changed leedln Jlrm mostly slaughte sheep and lambs spring lambs good an choice blank medium blank lambs 9 Ibs down good and choice com mbn and medium BO to 08 Ibr good and choice blank ewes 00 to 150 Ibs good and choice all weights common and medium feedlng lambs 50 to 75 Ibs good and choice STOCKS NEAR TOP FOR DAY AT CLOSE Early Buying Rush Carries Market Up 1 to More Than 5 Points NEW Oct 23 an early buying rush had carried stocks 1 to more than 5 points higher the list quietly backed and filled but held around the top levels in late dealings Metals were con spicuously Homcstake was up 20 points while TJ S Smelting rose 12 Shares up around 2 to 5 or more Included U S Steel Ameri can Telephone du Pont Allied Chemical National Distillers U S Industrial Alcohol and Case Trans fers approximated 2000000 shares While interpretations of the pres idents gold market pronouncement were many and varied brokerage houses generally read Into last nights address the intention of the CATTLE 22oob calves 8000 fed eteera i government to set up machinery for juwctaMu mairttaning a commodity dollar In some quarters it was argued hat by Increasing the price of gold vbich is equivalent to lowering the rold content of the dollar raising or eady to lOc lower few good lights to hlppers early scattered packer and less average cost Saturday 374 weight 257 For the week 5365 272 CATTLE 21000 calves 3000 fed steers nd yearlings very alow few sales yearlings bout ileady no action on weighty aleers ndertone weak heifers Blow weak lower rade cows aboul steady grass bee cows ow weak bulls steady vealers ateady to Oc lower stackers and feeders dull prac ically no early action undertone weak to nevenly lower few early sales yearlings light steers few lots heifers grass beef cows lots S23Sfi250 cutter gwles 65 medium native bulls wesl rns JI50SJ75 practical top vealers 5550 holce selects 6 few lots stack calves 4f475 one choice lot SHEEP 7000 supply 75 per cent feeders ambg opening steady to 25c lower sheep teady feeder strong to 250 Metier early ales sorted ranse lambs up to eiirly Ida sorted native lambs held above 660 ewes down from 52501 bulk range ceding lambs KANSAS KANSAS CITY Oct 23 fi JG lartment of HOGS 4000 580 direct slow steady to c than Fridays average top 5425 n choice 180 to 220 Ibs good and choice 10 to 160 Ibs JS753405 160 to 180 Ibs 180 to 200 las 200 0 220 220 to 250 Ibs 425 250 to 290 IbS 290 to 50 Iba packing aowfi to i50 Ibs stock pigs good and holce 70 to 130 Ibs earltngs early 53 steers good and choice 550 to BOO Ibs S5O625 900 to 1100 Ibs 1100 to 1300 Ibs 1300 o 1500 Ibs common and me dium 550 bs up heifers good and choice 550 to 000 Iba common and medium 550 to BOO Ibs 475 cows good common and me dium low cutter and cutters 51 CJ175 vealers milk fed medium to choice cull and common 52j3 ttocker and feeder steers good and choice all weights common and medium tall weights SIICEF 8000 native lambs steady to 25c higher shippers paying the advance no range lambs sold early sheep steady top native Iambs to shippers 5675 Iambs good jd choice x 00 Ins down S8fp685 com mon and medium 90 Ibs down 436 year Ing wethers medium to choice 00 to 110 bs 5350ffH75 ewes good and choice 90 150 Ibs 51505250 feeding lambs range good and choice 50 to 75 Ibs based on ewes and wcth era MVESTOCK FOHECAST CHICAGO Oct 23 Official esti mated receipts tomorrow Gallic 8000 hogs 16000 theep 9000 Representative Sales CHICAGO Oct 23 S depart ment of sales NEW YORK Oct 23 prices urned up strongly today In line with the rend of other markets which responded uoyantly to President jloosevelts stale ent on monetary matters Reversing its trend of last week the aret rallied at the opening met flwlft alizEnE and then rose again Subject to ubsequent flurries or profit taking prices aintained their upward direction Commodity Issues particularly the metals were In special demand while alco ol issues leaders of last Saturdays break allied briskly Lake Shore Mines rose more than 3 oints Pioneer Gold Roan Antelope i right advancer a point or so nd Ncwrnonts gain was around 4 Alum num of America American Cynamid B Canadian Industrial Alcohol A Dlstill rsSeagrams Sherwln Williams and Hiram Valker Improved one to two or BO Utllltieg and oils were rather quiet Elec rtc Bond and Share In a relatively smal urnover worked fractionally higher so did tandard oil of Indiana 38 3U 287 72 J63 74 251 iteers 24 26 35 21 IS IS 24 22 Ilelfer 24 2S 20 17 240 330 210 203 1052 1500 102T 1239 1411 142G 1168 1239 CSS 952 983 HOGS 400 76 155 80 187 04 1T2 89 163 Light Lights 75 137 62 142 425 435 445 400 441 463 460 CATTLE Cows 650 18 1055 640 IS lliS 635 25 104i IS 881 Range 44J 460 455 450 450 430 250 1 85 83 S4 13 Feeder 500 C5 250 80 150 EJ 10 45 Native 115 164 138 38 615 001 533 400 325 600 575 V35 SHEEP KWCE 725 130 700 21 700 61 675 11 14 C35 15 600 550 475 SO 72 110 120 130 172 100 87 323 225 175 125 713 625 300 275 250 150 125 100 Hog IOWA HOGS Hog prices at Iowa markets Monday hogs ISO to 240 Ibs 53 240 to 260 Ibs S3S00380 260 to 280 Ibs 200 to 325 Ibs 325 to 350 Ibs S2000320 good packers S240iip200 1ES 120 la 160 Ibs S3 108350 160 to 300 Ibs S350W300 300 to 400 bs J290S330 good packers 22 New Hampt Boys E on inter Meet NEW HAMPTON Oct Twentytwo New Hampton youths have entered the north central Iowa Golden Glove tournament here Oct 242526 Out of town entrants with a letter dated Oct 23 will be ac cepted Don LarMn said Monday The entries arc 112 pound class Davis Natvig Bernard Horgen Jack Gleason Russell Mintlc Ru dolph Sjohokken Merle Ventz and Herbert Kelly 118 pound class Rol land Kelly 126 pound class Robert Knight 135 pound class Syl Glaser Francis HoffmanRay Wel nian Francis Deluhry and Clarence Kobliska 147 pound class Clyde Freeman and William Ball IfiO pound class Maurice Weber Anton Wagoner Orville Straw Pinky Kramer and Charles Ruasell 175 pound class Albert Stepbool Heavyweights No entries from New Hampton Whlttemore Man Joins Firm EMMETSBURG Oct ton Crook of Whittemore has be come associated with the Edward Foy funeral home in Emmetsburjj andhas taken residence here with his family He was formerly con nected with the L W Swanson fu neral establishment in Whittemore MINNEAPOLIS GRAIN MINNEAPOLIS Oct S3 Wheat 175 cars 208 year ago tilchcr Cash No 1 northern No 1 dark north ern 15 per cent protein 14 per cent do 13 per cent do 12 per cent do 1 dark hard Montana 14 per cent do 87c to arrive B7c No l amher dumm fl01H01OSH No 1 red durum 84Hc December 83c May SSc Corn No 3 yeJJow 3BUflP41c OaUNo 3 white 32933C 2 Hides and Wool Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros Inc 308 Fifth Street Southwest HIDES DC 4c Cured Beef Hides Green Beef Hides WOOL No 1 clean bright24c lo Semibright 23c Ib Rejects 19e Ib WOOk 5IAHKET BOSTON Oct 23 U S depart ment of Quotations on domestic wools are being firmly maintained despite the quietness that has prevailed during the greater part of October Reports ot arnaller cups this sea son in several large producing countries stimulating n firm price attitude on the part of holders of domestic wools In the Boston market Estimated receipts of domestic wool Boston reported to the Boston grain and flour exchange during the week ending Oct 21 amounted to 1103400 pounds as com pared with 2510200 during the previous wetlt Market Letter GRAIN MARKET REVIEW CHICAGO Oct grain trade afl a whole viewed as favorable to higher the President Roosevelt and the market responded with a wave of buying at fte the strong tone being mafn alned throughout Aside from the chief executives remarks thera waa little In the newa to attract attention Outside Interest n the market waa not as largo aa might been expected baaed on the overnight news but there was buying to absorb the profit taking and keep prices on the upgrade The strength In other com modities and In stockswas partly instru mental In maintaining the good tone Win nipeg showed pronounced strength and Liv erpool gained aharply a good advancein sterling exchange having some Houses frith eastern connections were fair buyers of wheat at times and there was alao Auppoit at Intervals by a houae which the trade usually connects with government op erations Improvement in the milling de mand ror cash wheat wasreported by local handlers Forecasts late lost week that the government might make loans to wheat now In hands regarded as having a tendency to keep grains on the farms COARSE did not hold best prices but market displayed strength most of the session There was xome profit takfnff at timesand hedging ot 156000 bushels bought to arrive was prob ably responsible for moderate weakness in December near the cAoae Disappointing husking returns were received from parta of Illinois oats were steady to strong coun try bookings being particularly light The e van Is of weekend Improved fldence in the general situation but would be cautious about following advance In grains todays jood rise SOUTH ST PAUL UVESTOCK SOUTH ST PAUL Oct 23 U S department of CATTLE ItflOO general quality largely plain slow little change early grass fat Glaughter ateers down grain teds suit able to sell above 55 acaree butcher heifers 4 dealrablB graas fed cows S2SJ25Q low cutler to common cows MfflTS com mon and medium bulls few weighty natives to J235 western mostly under to rhedlum stocker steers good yearling feeders held around 41 and above 1 nf e rlor atock era down to few stocker heifers 2fi52v50 Calves 20QO steady to weak bulk dwtrable iots few to 56 HOGS 8500 pigs and light lights In rath er liberal supply sTow about ateady with Saturday better 170 to 230 Ibs 420 top heavy butchers very scarce desirable 140 to 170 Ibs largely pigs mostly 9323 packing sows 85 ft 350 average coat Saturday weight 192 for the week 3B5 weight 219 I he SHEEP 41000 33 cars westerns through eight cars Montanas and around 28000 na on otter about 40 per cent feeders no early sales packers talking 25c lower on slaughter Iambsor down Hellers asking steady to stronger prices indications steady on feeding lambs good to choice rangers salable around SIOUX CITV SIOUX CITY Oct 23 U S depart ment of agriculture CATTLE 10500 scattered early sales slaughter B leers and yearlings about steady asking prices delaying fat she stock steady to strong fitocker and feeder demand narrow few early sales Jair ly ateady undertone mostly weak few choice yearlings bulk salable S473W 550 good fed helfera moat cows 2GO low cutters and eilttera mainly 1175 0185 car choice around 400 Ib steer ealvu 5610 on country account most re placementsteers salable flOGS 3500 madEumand light hogs to shippers ateady sows strong to lOc higher than Saturday packers talking lower top early vs en 170 to 230 Ib weights 44 0425 nothing done on other weights EOWB f2QQ0335 few up to 3340 feeder pigs Hogs unchanged to 10 cents lower 140 to 160 Ibs 5255 160 to ISO Iba S3 55 160 to 220 Ibs 220 to 240 Iba 5395 240 to 260 Ibs 53 00 260 to 280 Ibs S3 65 280 to 310 Ibfl S3 50 310 to 350 S3 15 over 350 Iba packers under 350 Ibs packers 350 to 450 Iba 52250255 packers over 500 Ibg 5205JP235 thin packers Jl65 and down CEDAR RAPinS Hogs unchanged Co No 2 yellow 2Tc No 3 yellow 26c COMBIXEI HOG RECEIPTS DES 1IOINES Oct 23 TVU S depart went of agriculture Combined hog receipts at 22 concentratio yards and 7 packing plants located In in lerlor Iowa and southern Minnesota for th 48 hour period ended at 8 n ro today wer 27300 compared with 31300 a week ng and 41200 a year ago Trading slow mostly steady to lOc lowe than early Saturday loading light for Mon Quotations Good and choice Light lights 140 to 160 Jbs light weights 160 J385ff415 180 to 200 rices will naturally result Curb Market Bond Market NEW YORK Oct 23 ol oeml peculatlve bonds were firmer today in sym alhy with the early sharp rise In stocks 7 S government Issues were generally Jow r whether from Inflation deduction from President Roosevelts gold and price reguta ton program or other causes On the other land most high grade Investment issues In he corporation group showed stability Traders viewed the Improvement In Ihi ccondary categories as something of a na Ural reversal of their persistent downwar rend over the toft coupJe of weeks Then vere gains ot fractions to a point In som cans or Chicago and North Western Alle tneny corporation Milwaukee Railway No York Central International Telephone an ithers A few low priced descriptions were OL f step with the trend In the federal list Llbertya held close I Saturdays final levels with treasury Issues with one or two exceptions from 432 032 point lower French government loans pushed sharply in the foreign divisions folowlng ilzable rise In franc exchange other forelg oans Including Germans wore rclatlvcl steady and Inactive IOWA rL111JC UTILITY PREFERRED STOCKS Bid and asked on Oct 23 Cent St El 7 pt S25 3 Cent St f fc L 75 pfd IV 3 D M Gas 851 pfd J50 par 46 D M Osji 1 pfd par 40 Interstate Pow 7C5 pfd S Iowa Electric 7 pfd Iowa Electric 64Si pfd wa El Lt A Pow ptd 24 Iowa El Lt A Pow G pfd 22V Iowa Pow Ss Lt pfd 50 Pow Lt e pfd 4ft Iowa Pub Service 7fl pfd 43 Iowa Pub service 6 pfd 40 Iowa South Utll TX pfd 5 N W Bell Tel 0145 pfrt 10611 United Lt Rys 791 pfd 41 United Lt Rys 6CS pft 38 43 10 9 26 24 30 50 46 13 0 108 14 41 U S BOND QUOTATIONS NEW YORK Oct 23 government bonds closed Liberty 3is 10220 Liberty Find 10219 Liberty Fourth 1031G Treasury 4is 4752 11015 Treasury 4s 4454 10617 Treasury 3js 4043 June 10130 Treasury 4649 1006 Treasury 3s 5155 OS20 MASON CITY Oct Quotations oj E G Alone ggs current receipts 14e eayy hens 4 Iba and over 7c ight hens 5o prlags heavy prtngs Leghorns Breeds Broilers 60 Id cocks neavy 4o Merchants Quotations gga cash 1618eJ ggs In lutter Plymouth30c iutter Clear Lake 28o iuttar Brookfield2Sc iutter State Brand 30c utter Mason Maid 28o Home Grown Potatoes peck20c repre entaUvo quotations were obtaintd y calling several downtown giocery ores CHICAGO fOULTRY QHICAGO Oct 23 IVPoultry live 4 ars 21 truchs steady hens 4Vs Ibs Jc under 4 Ib3 8V4c Leghorn hens 7c eghorn chickens 8V4c Rock springs 1051 Olic colored BV5v10c roosters 71ic heii irkeys 14c young toms 13c old toms 12c 1o 2 8c spring ducKs old 8i Oc young and old 3c PRODUCE rUTUBES CHICAGO Oct 23 Egg futures losed Refrigerator standardE Oct 17is efrlgerator standards Nov 17ic reirlgcr tor Etandards Dec Butler futures closed Storage ov storage standards Dee 22c Produce CHICAGO TKODUCB CHICAGO Oct 23 Kutter 1621 naettled creamery specials 03 score 23Vj 24c extras 02 73c extra firsts 909M OV4ia22c firsts 8889 neconui 8687 standards 90 centralized arlots 21c Eggs 13PO sleady extra firsts citri local ISHc fresh graded firsts cars 9c local isc current receipts KANSAS CITV KANSAS GlTiT Oct 23 16c Butter creamery 24c buttrfat acklfig butter lie Poultry SffBc rooslera 4c aprtngs c broilers lOc NEIV YORK PRODXTCK NEW YORK Oct 23 teady to firm Creamery higher than extra extra score 24c first 37 1 scores seconds cen rallzed 90 score 2111 Packing tock current make No 1 13c No 2 12c Cheese 57640 firm Stale whole milk Lats fresh fancy 1 i ffas He average run 2c average run held iancy to fancy spc Eggs 5343 steady Mixed colors BIE lal packs or aelectEons from freeh receipts standards and commercial stand ards firsts seconds 7c medSuras 39 ibc dirties STo 1 42 Ibs dirties rades 14 c average checks 13 c rc rigeratora special packs tandards firsts 16 scc mclB mediums dirties checha lie VORK roiuvrnr NEW YORK Oct 23 puul ry weak Chickens fresh lo320c fowls fresh frozen 5Hc old roosters fresh frozen un old roosters fresh OSllc frozen quoted turkeys fresh frozen 26c ducks fresh frozen ISc Live poultry slow chickens freight 10 13c express 12315c brolers freight un quoted express red 3ici freight JO express loffloc roosters freight and express Oc turkeys freight 12f17c ex press 15Q20c ducks freight lOc express unquoted Miscellaneous to 180 medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs 220 to 250 J38QS420 heavy weights 250 to 290 Iba 300b410 to 350 Iba SSSSSSSO pood packing sows 275 to 350 Ibs J2fl5lft33o J50 to 125 Ibs 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