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   Mason City Globe-Gazette (Newspaper) - January 6, 1934, Mason City, Iowa                                TWELVE MASON CITY GLOBEGAZETTE JANUARY 6 1934 UPPER IOWA TO START SEASON Vets Get Call for First of Contests Frosh Have Much Ability FAYETTB Jan veteran Upper Iowa fivo will probaWy start the Iowa conference season here against Buena Vista The vet erans have been pushed hard since practice started by a promising squad of freshmen candidates But the formers experience prob abiy get them the call Saturday The Peacocks have only played one game a nonconference brush with La Crosse Teachers and the locals were decisively beaten The Bueua Vista outfit boasts a veteran five that has shown midseason form in nonconference games this far and Coach Doc Dorman expects the toughest sort of opposition Satur day The starting Jineup will probably be Bryant Beaconsfield and An derson Dike forwards Tate Etaa center Suiigaila Blansford Ind and Hughes Cresco guards Arthur Kandalia a capable freshman may break Into the game as may Bishop another freshman from Edgewood INTENSE COURT SEASON BEGINS Nebraska Wins From lowans in Overtime at Ames Drake Is Winner DES MOINES Jan 6 With a dozen quintets in action the in tensive basketball season opened last night Two field goals and a pair of free throws won for Nebraska over Iowa State at Ames 37 to 31 in an over time period One goal and the char ity tosses were credited to Hub Boswell and the final mariter came on a tip in shot by Captain Copplc Drake opened a two game series with Oklahoma A M taking the opener 30 to 19 The Bulldogs strated strong and maintained a steady lead throughout Beloit college smothered Coe at Beloit and the Cedar Rapids quint were able to score only one goal in the first period and three in the sec ond The final score was 36 to 15 Columbia and Central staged a contest at Dubuque with a last minute rally by the visitors Wesleyari at bskaloosa47 to 34 and Luther downed Buena Vista 35 to 20 at be corah McAllister Gets 66 to Lead Initial Round of Miami Open Golf Match MIAMI Jan 6 A 66 four strokes under par sent Charlie Mc Allister of Forest Hills L I into the second 18 hole round of the 32000 Miami open golf tournament today two strokes ahead of the field The stocky professional gave the old masters a lesson when he tour ed the initial round for a pair of 33s Carding a pair of 34E Willie Dow 48 year old pro at the home course here entered todays round in sec ond place with a 68 Tommy Armour of Chicago Phil Perkins of Willoughby Ohio and Halph Stonehouse of Indianapolis each with a 69 were the only other entries from the field of more than 160 who succeeded in shading par in the Initial round Allison Cagers Win in Twin Bill With Dumcmt DUMONT Jan won a Uounleheader from Buroont last night defeating the local boys 35 to 17 and the girls 33 to 17 Kepler and Cheever of Allison each scored six field goals and a free throw and Woodley of Duraont three field goals and a free throw in the boys game In the girls tilt Buss made 19 field goals for Allison and Stock four for Dumont MasonCityGrain MASON CITY Jan Barley2840c No 2 yellow old shelled corn 36c No 3 yellow old shell corn 35o No 3 new yollow ear corn32c White oats No 3 30 Ibs or better 28o MINTIRE MAN DIES SUDDENLY Found Unconscious in Barn Survived by Wife Son and Daughter HcINTIRE Jan Funte a resident in the vicinity of Mclntire for nearly 30 years was round unconscious in the barn by lis son Glen Friday morning about 11 oclock He never regained con sciousness and died on hour later Mr Funte is survived by his widow who was formerly Miss Orphia El iott one sou Glen at home A daughter Mrs Ray Grace died February 1933 He also has two randsons aad one granddaughter Charles Cityan Gets Back Citizens Rights CHARLES CITY Jan par don restoring him to his rights as a citizen signed by Gov Clyde 1 Herringwasjihown here by Joe Si 4Uly ers Alia Vista Wins Game from Protivin 2118 ALTA VISTA Jan Vista high school regulars won from Pro tivin laat night on the basketball court turning in a 21 to 18 victory as the reserves lost by 20 to 7 Wag ner Tyler and Lukritz were out standing for the locals while H Fend led the Protivin team Assumption of Cresco took two defeats from AHa Vista in earlier contests as the girls won by 16 to 5 and the boys by 23 to 17 Wegner was outstanding and Owens starred for Assumption WRESTLING RESULTS By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SCHENECTAny N Browning S3B Verona 316 defeated Frank Rrono irlci Sie New York tiro ItralffM and Stecle Call forala threw Joe Malcewtcz 106 TItICA H Y SllTlS Exam Period Announced IOWA CITY Jan woric at the University of Iowa will be suspendid for a week beginning Tan not for holidays This is the period of semester examlna tlons during which each stutlenl must undergo a twohour inquisition in each his courses BROTHER BROKE William Ford abovo brother of Henry Ford Detroit motor magnate and one of the worlds richest men has filed a volun tary bankruptcy action in the Detroit federal court listing liabilities of and no as sets William is tbe former president of William Ford and company tractor and imple ment firm GRAIN MARKET UPHOLDS GAINS Reports of Dust Storms in Kansas and Texas Help Wheat Prices Jan 6 of dust storms in Kansas and Texas upheld grain market gains today in the late dealings Final quotations on wheat were at the days top level notwithstand ing that trade was the smallest in many months Strength of domestic cash wheat markets is attracting some attention as practically all contract grain is selling at May prices or a few cents over Wheat closed firm above yesterdays finish May July corn up May 51 9i July 53 oats un changed to higher and provisions varying from 2 cents decline to a rise of 17 cents 932 ona conspiracy charge in con nection with the abduction of Mar an Stull Floyd county overseer of he poor He was given a three year uspended sentence Sieverg was one 3f a group whose votes were chal enged at a school election hed hortly after the sentencing udd Teams Win Pair of Contests at Home RUDD Jan Rudd Inde pendent girls basketball team de eated the RockFalls girls here Thursday night in a fast and thrill ng game which resulted in a score of 3023 The Rudd team led through out the game which was marked by some clever basket shooting and Jesses on the part of the home cam Fields was high for Rudd scoring 25 points The Review Aces rounced the Rockford boys to the une of 4026 with Finch of Rudd high man Henderson of Rockford star forward on the Rockford team for several years failed to score the sntlre game due to the close guard ng of Wolfe The Aces are man aged by Ivan Bennett while Edna Woodworth is coach and manager of the girls HOGS ACTIVE STEADY WITH FRIDAYS BEST MASON CITY Jan Cash by E G Mono Sggs current receipts 12c leavy Dens Ibs and over 7c Jght bens 5c Springs heavy iprings Leghorn breeds 5c Old cocks heavy 4c Ducks4c eese 4c Turkeys No 1 illc Iggs cash Eggs In trade Butter Plymouth 25e Butter Clear Lake23c Butter Brookfield21c Jutter State Brand2oo Gutter Very Best25c Butter Dairy Maid23c Home Grown Potatoes peck25o repre entative quotations were obtained ty calling several downtown giocery tores CHICAGO CASH GBAJN CHICAGO Jan 8 IffvWheat No 2 ted 84e corn No 2 mixed 49V4c No 3 mixed 48ie No 4 mixed 47Sc No 2 yellow No 3 yellow No 6 yel low 47VSe No 2 white No 3 white Oid corn No 2 yellow No 3 yellow Me No 2 white oats No 2 white 37c No 3 white 35UcNn 4 white musty 35VIC no rye barley 52c timothy seed 555006 cwt clover seed cwt Lard loose lard bellies SATURDAY GRAIN CLOSE CHICAGO Ian 6 High Low 3411 84 83 82 51 53S May July Sept May July Sept May July Sept May July Ma July Jan May July May 53 54 Si 57 i 535 370 52 54 I Closa 84 82T4 34 MS 5314 527 565 37 34 51H 500 330 507 SATURDAY GRAIN OPEN CHICAGO Jan 6 May July Sept CORN May July Sipt May July Sept Open Today 94 82 83ft 51V1 83 Former Stenographer for New Hampton Law Firm Sues for Salary NEW HAMPTON Jan Virginia McAIoon New Hampton yesterday filed a petition asking judgment of against the law firm of R P Blankenheim L L Opdycke and E S Sheakley for back salary Mias McAIoon in her petition stated she was to receive a week and that on Jan 1 1B32 the firm was in debt to her for back salary as a stenogra pher On Jan l 1933 the firm owed her 45474 and when ehc resigned on Dec 16 1933 it waa indebted to her S7874 IOWA rCBHc UTILITlPBErKIlnrD STOCKS Bid anil asked on Jan 6 Cent St El 7 Tct Ifd par 2 3 Cent St P a I 7 pet pfd 24 4 D H Gas 8 pet pfd par D M Gis 7 pet par Interstate Pow 7 pet pfd Iowa Electric 7 pet pfd Iowa Electric ei pet pfd Iowa Eke Lt Pow 7 pet prd Iowa Elec Lt Pow 6 pet pfd Iowa Poiv i Lt 7 pet pfd Iowa Power i Lt 6 pet pfd Iowa Pul Service 7 pet pfd Iowa Pub Service e pet pfd la So utll 7 pel pli MM States Utll 7 pet pM N W Bell Tel 64 pel ptd United Lt Rrs 7 pel pfd United Lt tc Bys 6 let pfd 106U 109 23 32 46 40 T 7 a is 18 30 Plymouth Farmers Bank Deposits Are Insured PLYMOUTH Jan 01 the Farmers Savings Bank of Ply mouth have received word from Walter J Cummlngs head of the federal deposit insurance corpora tion that the local institution has qualified for complete coverage un der the governments plan AH de posits up to in this state bank are now insured just as is the case In national banks May July BARLEY May July May July Jan May Cloae yesterday 84 82 83 61H 52 li 33 37 34 32 52 50U 332 570 512 5SO Close Tr Ago 48 49 H 17 H IS 432 430 440 355 397 GRAIN MINNEAPOLIS Jan 6 1 cars 06 a year ago 4 cent Higher cash No 1 northern No 1 drlt northern 15 protein asHOSSllc 14 protein 83AfflSBSlc 13 protiln 83Vie89Vci 12 pro tein No 1 dark hard Montana 14 protein to arrive SSlic No 1 atnoer durum No 2 amber durum No 1 red durum May July 80i4c Corn No 3 yellow Oats No 3 white OMAHA GRAIN OMAHA Jan 6 no trading corn Vllcw No 2 mixed No 8 40C Oals whlta No 3 KAUNAS CITY alXAIV KANSAS crrr Jin e cars higher No 2 dartt hjrd fllAIcNo 3 ame82Uo No 2 hard lie a Me No 2 corn 27 cars unclanjtM to He higher Ho a whlta No 3 Mo 2 yellow 43V No 3 No 1 mixed Mo 3 43ic Oats 7 cars unchanged No 2 while nominally SUffSaAc No 3 38c Northwood High Wins With Kensett Cagers NORTHWOOD Jan wood high schools basketball team defeated Kensett in a clpandtuck contest here last night winning by 17 to 13 Only two points were scored in the first period on Northwood free throws and an exceptionally close game was played through the first half the locals leading 6 to 5 at the end Five points scored by North wood before Kensett connected in the second half were an advantage enough to hold back a last period rush by the visitors A total of 29 fouls was called Notlhwood losing three men Ken sett two Johnson with seven points wag local high man Boutelle with six high for Kensett Residents in Kiester Seek Drivers Permit KIESTER Minn Jan nest Franklin clerk of court from Blue Earth was in town yesterda with two assistants making out ap olicatlons for Kiester persons fo drivers licenses A new state law re quires all persons driving a car ti have a license Produce CHICAGO MiODUCE CHICAGO Jan 6 8183 Inn creamery special S3 acore 184 extras 62 eore 18c extra firsts 60 91 8889 ndi S687 160 standards 90 centralized arlotst 18c Sggs 4431 easy txtra firsts 21C freah Traded cars 20c local JBC current re alots 180 DEW YOBK FOULTBV NEW YORK Jan 6 poultry iteady to firm and unchanged Live poultry steady unchanged CHICAGO POCLTBV CHICAGO Jan 6 Poultry live 13 rucks linn hens Leghorn hens lOa lock and Colorado springs 14c Leghorn chickens 3Dc Sc turXeys ducks geeso lOc Dressed turkeys steady prices unchanged PRODUCE FUTITSES CHICAGO Jan 6 futures closed Refrigerator standards Jan Oct 18c fresh graded firsts Feb Butter futures Storage standards JAB Feb ISc March Potato futures Idaho runsets March 92 NEW YORK PROnUCE NEW YORK Jan 6 5655 steady creamery higher than extra extra 92 score ISWc first 8791 acore seconds centralized So score ISHc nacklne slock unquoted EEES 15737 Irregular mixed colors standards and commercial standards 23c firsts 20W621C dirties No 1 42 Ibs retrlEjrators Special packs OVic standards IBWc Ilrsts 17HSP18C econds and medium other mixed colors unchanged HIDES WOOL FURS Quotations Furnished by Wolf Bros Inc 308 Fifth Street Southwest HIDES Horsehides tJ225 Cured beef hides BVSc Greenbeef hides WOOL No l clean bright24o tb Semibright23o Ib b FTDBS END WEEK 25 TO 40 CENTS HIGHER Market of Small Size With Packers Taking 14000 Head Direct CHICAGO Jan 6 hog market was of small demenslons today as packers took 14000 from the fresh run of 17000 on direct billing Trade was active and steady with Fridays best time The bulk of good butcher hogs sold at J3657S with the latter price the days top Only about 1000 head were held over unsold Shippers had orders for SOO head The market finished the week unevenly 25 to 40 cents higher than last Saturday with packing BOWS 10 and 15 cents ad vanced Outside market had small re ceipts and the trade was generally active with prices ranged from steady to 15 cents higher Cattle were nominally steady with light kinds generally 25 to 35 cents higher than last week al though lower grades ruled weak to 25 cents lower Heavy steers were also weak and lower Sheep were also nominally steady but mostly 25 cents higher than a week ago Fat lambs topped during the week at 825 highest since last August Fat ewes topped at 54 the highest price since April 1932 Hoe prices at Iowa markets Saturday hogs 170 to 220 Ibs 3TOW3 220 to 260 Ib5 52603200 260 to 90 Ib3 2EO to 325 IbE 75 325 to 350 Ibs DCS 120 to 160 52 82flO 160 to 300 Ibs 300 to 100 J21B9S70 good packers Sl85S225 unchanged HO to 160 bs to 180 Ibs 2SO 180 to 200 200 to 210 103 210 to 260 bs 260 to 280 Ibs J30S 2BU to 310 bs S285 310 to 330 IDS over 350 bs i23S0ttl packers under 350 Ibl 2200250 packers 350 to 450 Ibs 25 packers over BOO Ibs thin aclters and down CEDAB hogs unchanged Good packers to 350 bs J210 to 00 Ibs 2 to 450 Ibs to 500 Ibs COMBINED HOG JIECBHTS TES MOINES Jan 6 s depart ment of Combined hog receipts at 22 concentration ards aad 7 packing plants located In In erior Iowa and southern Minnesota for the 4 hour period ended at 8 a ra today were 4100 compared with 25400 a week ago nd 40800 a year ago Very uneven mostly steady an weights higher at some yards and weights rcca 220 Ibs up 5c to 10e lower at others lading unusually heavy for Saturday and emand broad Quotations follow Ught lights 140 to 160 is good and choice light eights 160 to 180 Its good and choice 285t330 180 to 200 Ibs good and choice medium weights 200 to 220 Ibs ood and choice 220 to 250 Ibs ood and choice heavy weights 50 to 2SO Ibs good and choice 25 290 to 350 Ibs good and choice 0310 packing sows 275 to 350 Ibs good 350 to 425 Ibs good 50 425 to 550 Ibs good The above quotations are based on hulk ransactlona Long haul shipments showing xcesslve weight shrinkage arid hogs ex esslvcly filled usually sell respectively omewhat above and below prices quoted Hogs bought on the basis of shipping point are also excluded from Mason City Livestock MASON CITY Jan 6 ilOGS Hogs steady to 5 cents higher Best sorted llghU 200240 J305 Best medium weight butchers 240260 S305 Best heavy butchers 5290 Best prime heavy butchers 300350 5275 Best packing sows smooth 300350 S23A Best heavy sows Bmooth 350400 5213 Best big heavy sows smooth 450500 J2UO Light lights fair to good U40 160 180 5220 J250 1270 CATTLE Cattle market eteady Choice youns steers 0001000 S450500 Medium to gocd year ling steers OOU1000 535U45U Choice cora fed steers 10001200 S400i75 Uedlum to good corn fed steers 10001200 J30U4UU txw grade steers J2oo2no Fair heifers 600800 Good heifers eooBOO 3350300 Choice to prime heifers 600bOO Butcher cows fair to good Good to choice cows S225250 Cholcfl to prune cowa J06510U inferior cancers lo caiintrs to good ctinners JVUrto toed cuttors 51231ED Mink Skunk livet IBcSOc Red 52505S 50CJ110 Opossum 25c50c WOOt BOSTON Jan 6 OTVli S department of Cemand for wool was very limited in Boston market during the past week A few sales of moderate volume In 84s and finer domestic lines were closed at steady prices compared with nans during the previ ous two weeks Asking prices generally were firm desplta the very rwtrlcted buying Em rtiatlcally contrasted with the dullness in the BoBtan market foreign wool markets were active and prices made further ad vances over the previous week Market Notes By TICKER TAPE Revenue freight carloadlngs for the Chrtatmas holiday week ended Dec 30 ag gregated 4bO622 cars an increase of 112 per cent over the 405301 car total lor the comparable week In 1932 A drop of 7M45 can from the Dec 73 week total of 52T6fi7 waa altgbtly larger them normal aa shown In 15 year averages butwaa accounted for by the abnormal In crease in traffic shown n earlier period Compared with the 15 year average In actual loadings for the Dec 30 week made the best showing of any week during 1533 YE A ITS TOTAL SHOWS INCREASE Tlie compilation by the American Hallway association placed total catloadings for the full year Ii placed 1 E033 at 239eO910 cars a gain of 780955 cars or 28 per cent over the 1932 total In the week ended ec 23 when loadings totaled 527057 the gain over the 1 week waa 65 cent Total loadings jor the final two treeka of 1033 exceeded the 1932 aggregate tot the comparable period by ST per cent and the 1831 fljifUrc by 36 per cent Comparison with the Dec 23 week clawiflcations shows tlvc Dec 30 period with only one gain a negligible one of 357 oar in the handling of coke Tne heaviest de creases were In lens than carlot merciian which contracted 30819 cam and rots cellaheotia freight In which loadings were dowo 23431 can BUT TWO SHOW GAIN In the companion with the final week of 933 1933 figures avowed gains for all classes but two Leas than carrot freE showed a drop of cars while livestock were off 1393 Mliceitanc freight Increased by 30355 cars and coal loadings were up cars Kelly Greens Win Tilt With Clermont by 2825 LAWLBR Jan Kelly Greens went to Clermont Thursday evening to win a cage game from the Clermont Tigers by a score of 28 to 25 At half time CUnvont was lead ing by a score of 17 to 5 and with only two minutes remaining of the game the locals trailed by six points OConnor scored four field goals in rapid fire style to close the game O E S Officers Installed EAGLE GROVE Jftn cers for the ensuing year of Eaglo Grove chapter IK Order of Eastern Star were installed Tuesday eve ning The worthy matron is Mrs Ethel Goodale Good heavy cutters and tow grada beet cows inferior light weight bulls Jl25lSO Common to fair bulls Fair to good Bulls S5uo236 Good heavy bulls Oood to choice calves 130190 Medium to good calves 130190 Inferior and common calves down LAMBS Choice Iambs 7000 Medium to good lambs 70VO 5525025 Buclf lambs under grade jubjeat to market fluctuations CHIC A HO LIVESTOCK CHICAGO Jan 6 UT1 U B deparlmenl CATTLE 200 compared close last week better grade light and long yearlings and comparable light Ateers 2535C higher luwe grades steady to 25c fowor common and medium grades light heifer and mixed year lings 50c lower better grades up with toppy yearling steers best long yearlings SO 85 numerous lots odd head 57 bes halters heavy steers 25c lower sup ply liberal outstanding medium welghta to the practical closing top heavies wJth bulk at all caws strong t RhadB higher bulls steady and vealers S2tf 3 CO lower stockers and feeders largel nominal SHEEP 4000 for week ending Friday doubles from feeding stations 3600 direct compared close last week slaughter olasse mostly 25c higher feeder material scarce but demand1 active and undertone stronger top fat lambs at close 9825 highest sine mtdAugual tatu bulk dealrabla quallt around 53 weeks bulk 5pe clally shorn full shorn 903 97 scattered yearlings J6 5036 16 fa ewes weeks top at outside high Cll Unco midApril 1632 HOGS 17000 Including 14000 direct about steady with Friday 180 to 210 Ibs S3855f37o top 5373 120 to SOO Ibs 34 packing sows large ly J2BOST275 shippers took BOO estimate holdover 1000 compared closa week og mostly 25lOc higher packing sows 1015 up lleht Ught good and choice 140 to 16 Ibs J315fT3601 light weight 160 to 200 Ibs S345S375 medium welcht 200 to 250 Iba heavy weight 250 to 350 Ibs S315fT360 packing sows medium and goo 275 to Ibs J2BOIT3 plga good an choice 100 to 130 Ibs SIOUX CITY LIVESTOCK BIOUX CITV Jan 8 U S dt partment of agriculture CATTIJE 200 market for the week Bet ter grade fed yearlings and llgnt steers strong others mostly steady to 23c lower some plain weighty flUers off more fat sh stock strong stockers and feeders stron to 25c higher choice medium weight beeves yearlings up to bulk car lots good fed heifers 515 d6wn majority bee cows low cutters and cutters largely few Itght stoclfers 11 bulk comzno and medium is 50 down small lota gool stock steer calves J40450 ifOQS 3000 market slow mostly G1C lower oj Sulk 170 to 300 Ib weight light lights down to an below sows feeder pigs quote up to SHEEP 500 market todays trade stead part load 101 Ib fed clipped lambs 5050 fed wooled offerings down xnarke for the week Fat lambs mostly 25c Wisher feedrrs unevenly a56bc higher late bu fed wooled lambs weeks to weeks bulk fid clipped lambs 650 yearlings mainly few SS50 choice E7 to el Ib feederr up to KANSAS CITV LIVESTOCK KANSAS CITY Jan 6 S de partment of IIOOS 700 400 direct low uneven steady to lOc lower tnan Fridays average most decline on 221 Ibs down largely cleanup trade top rfellrftble 170 Ibs up 1325ff330 odd IOW1 down CATTLE 200 calves 100 for week Llgl weight ttfiars anJ yearlings strong to 25 Wsher strong welsht steady to Itiwer light yearlings strong short ed steady to weak cows steady to 15c higher vealeri 50e lower stocker arid feeder class ei firm to 35c higher toprt year ling Itian 3635 mixed yearlings 120 Ib steen bulk fad Hurt and year lings mutt weighty steers down milk stackers and feeders choice stock ster calvag 1200 through for waek Lamb steady to lOc higher sheep 1525c up weeks top fed lambs S775 closing to 4700 late bulk fed lambs a Hog Markets horn laroba fresh shorn 25 top zed ewes 365r numerous loads 350 and OMAHA LIVESTOCK OMAHA Jan 6 U S department if agriculture CATTLE 100 calves none compared with a week ago fed steers and yeartlnga steers and medium weights weak o 25 cenU lower yearlings and light Bleers 15 to 25 cents higher heKers strong to 25 cents higher cows aironp bulls 25 to 35 cents higher veatera 50 cents higher stoclt ers and feeders strong to 25 cents higher bulk for the week fed steers and yearlings H 2557575 choice 920 Jb weights year Ings SS25 tellers J425fi525 few loads 5535W575 beef cows small lolo 131093 50 cutter grades med ujn bulls J285SP2Bi practical top vealers 1550 selects JO stockers and feeders S3 25 15 yearlings Stock calves S535 SHEEP 3000 Including 4 cars direct lalance fed wooted lambs bought to arrive 90 to 95 Iba S7258765 compared with week ago Iambs strong to 10 to 15 cents ilgher yearlings and matured sheep and also feeding lambs 25 cents higher closing bulks follow fed wooled larnhs top fed clipped lambs good ana choice fed yearlings rood and choice feeding lambs J625S7 HOGS 4500 steady to 10 cents lower ate trade mostly 10 cents off good to choice 160 to 300 Ibs top 5330 fo rpart load 210 to 240 Ibs most late bUSaS31Cdown fewlight Jlrjhlc pigs lalablo at S26SQ275 smooth light welghta 5280 average cost dily weight STOCK TRADING NARROW DULL Trend Indecisive With Some Soft and Firm Spots Discernible NEW YORK Jan 6 generally dallied in the shadows of onflictlngbudgetary opinions to ay as prices as a whole were ra her narrow and trading dull While here were a faw soft and firm pots discernible the trend was cn irely indecisive The close was teady Transfers approximated 00000 shares Some of the metal stocks regain d part of their yesterdays losses and the alcohols improved a bit A ew of the tobaccos and motors totaled downward The dollar did ittle on foreign exchange dealings a the gold price remained static Cotton again stepped up a notch r two but grains and other com modities held to restricted limits listed bonds were featureless al hough U S government securities ased a bit On the outside mar ket home loan and federal land tank bonds were strong following lew government guarantee prop03 1s Shares of Union Pacifia US In ustrial Alcohol and Douglas Air raft got up around a point or more ach Fractional gains were held by ssues of U S Smelting American Smelting American Commercial Al ohol and Bethlehem Steel Losers f about a point included American tobacco B Liggett and Myers B Reynolds B Chrysler and duPont American Telephone U S Steel American Can Western Union and many others were virtually un ihanged With neither the inflationists an iinflationists nor stabllizationists at all sure of their ground there was a pronouncedjtendency to trade in words rather than in equities com modities or bond NEW YORK Jan 8 afflict d the curb In todays weekend market rice changes were mixed with swings of a point or more occurring In a number of the more volatile shares Leaders however moved narrowly The mining group showed considerable Ir regularity Bunker Hill and Sullivan and New Jersey Zinc rose more than a point each Pioneer QoM was firm while Lake Shore and Wright Hargreaves eased In alcohols Hiram Walker met some profit taking Utilities wete fajrly steady Great Atlantic and Pacific Novadel Agcne Aluminum of America and a few other spe cialties drifted lower SOUTH ST FAHJI LIVESTOCK SOUTH BT PAI1L Jan 6 U 3 de partment of agriculture CATTLE 400 compared with last week strictly good and choice fed steers and year lings 25c higher plainer grades predomin ated steady to mostly she stock mainly steady bulls largely ISc higher stackers and feeders unchanged most good to choice light anJ medium weight fed steers and yearlings J475SS550 occasional lots up to 6 moBt medium to good grades Includ ing short feds S3504P450 medium to sood helfere few to practical toi beef cows S3 top bulls 5325 medium to Rood Btockora calvas 200 com pared with last week mostly SOcSSSl off good to choice weeks top J699 HOGS 2 BOO fully steady better 160 to 200 Ibs top 5330 paid by nl Intarests better 250 to 340 Ibs mostly 325 good and choice 130 to 1110 Ibs mosty S2S5S310 killer figs around 52 7 or belter bulk packing sows S2355260 average cost Friday 5311 weight 218 SHEEP 4000 compared week aso slaughter Iambs and yearlings largely 25c higher slaughter sheen strong to 15c high er weeks top fat lambs S755 paid by ship pers weexo top fed ewes S3 65 FrWny s cloBlnr bulk good to choice native and fei wooled lambs wittl webbed fleeced kinds Including at outside flsure ona load selected lambs J765 common to medium native 15O625 slaURhter year Hngs fat native ewes J2COS350 fat and feeding lambs S6506T native feeders SSfTSCO LIVESTOCK FORECAST CHICAGO Jan 6 jn Unofficial eati mated recelpls for Monday HOJB 40000 cattle 16000 sheep 16000 Hogs for al ne3t week 175000 Representative Sales CHICAGO Jon S S deparlmen of Representative sales HOGS 22 313 335 5J IBS 14 270 345 67 ISO Lleht 43 232 360 18 153 80 204 370 12 H2 375 370 33f 315 Miscellaneous TOLEDO SEEDS TOLEDO Jan 8 unchan NEW VOKK SUfJAR NEW YORK Jan e 31 quiet today and unchanged at 320 for spots Futures 1 to 3 points higher Refined un changed at 430 for fine granulated HEAJ10118 MINNEXPOUS Jan 6 un changed shipments 21851 pure bran HM lUndard mlddim Real Estate Transfers Randall G S and wife to Davti B Randall 100 L 6 B 10 Par kerg Fourth Add II C Jan 3 1934 McArthur William to R B Dunn 100 QCD B 40A of SE 1597 20 Sept 13 1933 Dunn Mrs June M to R B Dunn QCD B 40A of EVi SE 159720 Sept 2 1933 Hand Hurt Cranking Car NEW HAMPTON Jan Ham Zlpse Standard Oil agont Buffered a severely cut hand Frida when he waa cranking his truck Six stitches were required to close cuts Air Reduct Alleehany Al Che Dye 145 Am Can Am For Pow 7 Am Pow Lt 614 Am Sugar 47 109 Am Tou B Anaconda AtcbUon Atl Auburn iation Corp t O Jarnsdall ielh Stl Sordens Born Warn Burr Add anada Dry an Pac ase ties t o t N W Me Gt W 3 a ir s p p Pf 714 54 119i 75 Chrysler Col G K Comwltn So ma Oil ntl Can mtt ins Contl Mot rn Prod Curtlss Wr Pont 31 Pow Lt Treeport Tex 44 Qen Am Trans 31 Gll Curb Market Bond Market NEW YORK Jan C ypKBarring U 5 government lasuea again showed tendency to sag the bond market had generally steady tone today Trading was In moderate volume With Investment support still aomewlmt attenuated the treasury issues slipped off from 32s to i43is of a point which about matched their widest losaes ror any rdcenl SflSJion Liberty Ixjana were mixed with the First 4fts up 232s and the real off 232a to 432a A considerable number of prime and sec ondary loans made small gains to the ac companiment of a limited turnover There Tvere few Important lu the active division Illinois Central yielded a point and fractional recessions morked such Issues ag Pennsylvania Ueneral Great Northern Postal Telegraph 5 And Dodge Brothers 6s The foreign group waa tT S BOND QUOTATIONS NEW YORK Jan G S bonus Liberty 10011 Liberty First 4 Via 10116 Liberty Fourth 10127 Treasury 1732 10fiil Treasury 4s 4151 10311 Treasury 4043 June 3D20 Treasury 3Us 4640 9610 Treasury 3n 515S 9427 Lamson Brothers Market Letter CHAIN MARKET REVIEW CHICAGO Jan were no developments over night to stimulateoperations In grain today and the market was listless throughout bu with no weakness shown In the narrow price The Indication was plain to give scan attention to ordinary marketing factors bu rather to await some concrctft developments In connection with the nations program In meeting the national budget The market was thin and easily influenced either way by smalt orders No rain of consequence war shown In the southwest over night out con dltlons In some parts of that area are be coming unsettled Our advices around nuon told of dust storms and high grinds Dal hart Texas and Syracuse Kans which had been prevailing since midnight The forecast IK for some rain or snow In Kan sag and a turn to lower temperatures there and In Nebraska with a moderate cold v predicted for the northwest but wheat held its ground Interest In the market will probably cente In Washington news and the soathwes1 weather over the weekend general we would call totfayi market firm for all grades of fresh and storage butter eggs are easier and some what unsettled today as Is also the case fo refrigerators Is nothing In sight a this time which ought to have any dlrec effect on either the butter or egg raarke over the weekend STOCK LETTER The carriers gave the best performance In todays dull market This group cloied frac tlflnalJy higher whilenumerous Issues tn other claFalftcatlons fvertt unchanged anc others little lower Total sales today weri only 460000 shares of this General Moton arid Chrysler accounted for a relatively largi per centageas was the caae yesterday The opening of 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