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NOV. 30, 1932.
GAIN IN POUND
STERLING AIDS
STOCK SHARES
Early Short Covering Sends
Prices Up Fractions
to a Point.
Average Stock Prices
Average of thirty industrials for Tues
day, high 59.74 .low 58 31. last 58.77. off
.40. Average of twenty rails 26.73. 26.13.
26 27, oil 14. Average of tweritv utilities
27 03 26 53. 26.71, off 05. Average of
fortv bonds 77 58 off .15.
BY ELMER C. WALZER
l nited Press Financial Editor
NEW YORK, Nov. 30.—A spurt
ol more than 4 cents in the pound
sterling after its recent weakness
stimulated short coverings on the
Stock Exchange at the opening to
day.
Prices moved up fractions to more
than a point with volume increas
ing on the advance.
United States Steel common rose
to 33%, up %; Allied Chemical 75,
up I' 2 ; Du Pont 36'i, ex-dividend,
up 1; American Telephone 105 %,
up **; American Can 52%, up %;
and International Telephone 9,
up 14.
Gold mining issues were again
turned over in relatively large
amounts with prices unchanged.
Alaska Juneau opened 2.100 shares
at 14%, unchanged. Homestake
also was at the previous close, 162.
Copper shares rallied with Ana
conda up nearly a point at 9 % and
American smelting and Kennecott
up fractionally. World copper pro
ducers were to meet again today to
discuss plans for marketing of cop
per abroad and probable curtail
ment methods.
Western Union jumped 2 points
to 30 ’on the first sale. North
American was up nearly i# point at
27 u 2 in the gas and electric group
where other issues made fractional
gains.
Bank Clearings
INDIANAPOLIS STATEMENT
—Nov. 30-
Clearings $ 1.658,000.00.
Debits 4,729,000.00
Clearings for month 50,404,000.00
Debits for month 112,616,000.00
Foreign Exchange
(Bv Abbott. Hoppin & Cos.)
—Nov. 30—
Open.
Sterling. England $3.20%
Franc. France' 0390%
L)ra. Italy 0507
Franc, Br'gium 1-18.3
Mark, Germany 2378
Guilder. Holland 4018
Peseta, Spain 0817
Krone. Norwat 1645
Krone. Denmark 1664
Yen. Japan . 2019
Investment Trust Shares
(By Abbott. Hoppin A: Cos.)
PRICES ARE TO 12 NOON C. S. T.
—Nov. 29-
Bid. Ask.
Am Founders Corp com 1.00 1.12
Amer and Gen Sec (A) ...... 3.50 5.00
Am Inv Tr shares 1.00 1.50
Basic Industry shares 200 2.25
Collateral Trustee shares (A).. 3 00 3 12
Corporate Trust new 1.62 1.65
Cumulative Trust shares 2.65 2.75
Diversified Trustee shares (A) 6.75 7.50
Fixed Trust Ail shares (A) .... 6.00 7.00
Fixed Trust Oil shares (81.. 4.75 5.50
Fundamental Trust shares (A) 3.00 3.25
Fundamental Trust shares (B) 3.00 3.25
Leaders of Industry (A) 2.87 3.00
Low Priced shares 2.12 2.62
Mass Inv Trust shares 13.75 15.25
Nation Wide Securities 2.45 2.55
North American Tr shares.... 1.70 1.75
Selected Cumulative shares .... 5 00 5.37
Selected Income shares 2.62 3.00
Shawmut Bank Inv Trust .... 3.00 .. s
Sid Amer Trust shares 2.40 2.50
Super Corp of Am Tr shares... 2.25 2.50
Trustee Std Oil (A) 3.20 3.40
Trustee Std Oil <B) 3.20 3.40
U S Elec Light & Power (A)..13.75 14.25
Universal Trust shares 2.05 2.10
Other Fights Tuesday
AT MINNEAPOLIS—Joe Sekyra, veteran
Toledo heavyweight, was knocked out by
Art Laskv, Minneapolis youngster, in the
seventh round Buck Everett. Gnry ilnd.i
heavyweight, decisloned Dick Daniels of
Minneapolis In eight rounds.
AT LOS ANGELES—WesIey Ketchell,
Portland's southpaw light heavyweight
slugger, trounced Ace Hudkins of Ne
braska In ten rounds.
AT DENVER. Col.—Mickev Cohen, Den
ver Junior welterweight, was knocked out
bv Willie Williams, Denver Negro rival, in
the fourth of a scheduled ten-round scrap.
AT NEW YORK Kid Chocolate. Cuba.
128. outpointed Johnny Alba, 131, New
York ifit; Joe Canamere. New York, IS3,
outpointed Jimmy Cappalo, New York, 149.
OAKS RELEASE MANAGER
Carl Zamlorh Released for Best
Interests of Club.
By Timet Special
OAKLAND. Cal.. Nov. 30.—Oak
land’s Coast League club was seek
ing anew manager today. Carl
Zamloch, who has piloted the Oaks
since 1930, was released Tuesday by
A. Robert Miller, president.
He was released "for the best in
terests of the club,’’ Miller said. A
new manager will be appointed after
the minor league meeting at Co
lumbus. 0., Dec. 7.
SCORES UPSET ON TURF
Kincsen Surprises With W’in in
$14,200 Bowie Handicap.
By Timm Special
BOWIE, Md.. Nov. 30.—Kincsen,
5-year-old mare and rank outsider,
outraced a field of eleven other
thoroughbreds to score a surprise
win in the Bryan and O'Hara Me
morial handicap here Tuesday.
The victory was worth $14,200 to
Mrs. F A. Carreaud, here, owner.
Mate was beaten by a nose, and St.
Brideaux finished two lengths back
in third place.
CINCY SWIMMERS HERE
Fenwick Club Opposes Y on Sat
urday, H. A. C. on Sunday.
The Fenwick Club swimming team
of Cincinnati will visit Indianapolis
over the week-end. meeting the In
dianapolis Y. M. C. A. on Saturday
night and the Hoosier Athletic Club
on Sunday afternoon.
The Indianapolis Y. M. C. A. team
also is scheduled to meet the Mun
cie Y. M. C. A. at Muncie on Fri
day. Dec. 2.
CHICAGO HONORS STAGG
Veteran Maroon Grid Leader Feted
by Windy City Clubs.
By United Brett
CHICAGO. Nov. 30.—Amos Alon
zo Stagg. university of Chicago foot
ball coach who will be retired at the
end of the present school year, will
be honored further at the annual
football dinner of the Fifty-Fifth
Street Business Men’s Association
at the Hotel Shoreland tonight.
Stagg was honor guest Tuesday at
a luncheon given by the Rotary club
t of Chicago.
New York Stocks
" " .- IBv Thomson * McKinnon' '
—Nov. 30— _
Railroad*— Frev.
High. Low. 11 00 close.
Atchison 40 3fV4 Si *4
All Coast Line.. .. ...
Bait ft Ou.o .. 1054 % % 10
Chesa A, 0hi0... 24* -3% 23 * 24 *
Chesx Coro }4%
Can Pac 13 12 * 12 l2
Chi N West... 5% 5 5 5
Eel R L 1 K w'!” 26 '24'.* MS 24*
Del .V Hucson 53
Great Northern.. .. ... ; ;
Illinois Central 13% 13% 13% 13*
Lou & Nash ... 18'* 18 18 18^
M K & T a%
Mo Pacific 4 %
BVSW.-a *
i;J Pacific *. H 13'2 'i3 Vi *l3*4* 13*
Norfolk At West .. 307 _
Pennsylvania ... i3% 12*4 12% 13 *
Heading • 3U •••*
Seaboard Air L .. ■■■ . , *
So Pacific .... M‘a 1 lg%
Southern Rv... 6% B <4 6 * S 7 i
St Pauol i 9
St. Pa'll ofd 2 4
Union''Pacific ... 69 V* 67 U 67’ 68 *
Wabash I 7 * 1/4 ' =
W Maryland
West Pacific 1/3
Am Locomotive 0
Am Air Brake Sh .., ... .•• *9 J
Gen Am Tank... ISV* 15*4 15* 15 a
General Elec 15 14% 14*.
Gen Rv Signal.. 13*4 13 * 13W 13*
Pullman 18 *
Westlngh Ar 8.. ... “ *
Westingh Elec... 2754 25 2 25 * 26
Rubbers— ..
Goodyear 15*4 14V4 14'* 15
U 8 Rubber 4% 4%
Auburn 43 41% 41’a 41 2
Chrysler 15)> 14* 14 t 15
Genera! Motors.. 13;* 12*4 12* 13
Graham-Paige . if
Mack 20 Vs 20 20 20'a
Mg* v.v.v.v::: ::: k
Pierce-Arrow
Reo Jj“
Studebaker 4 4 4 4
Yellow Truck 15 8
Motor Access —
Bendix Aviation. 10 9 a 9 a 10 (
Bora Warner... 8% 8 * 2 -
Briggs s'" 5 '" ®i v
H? 1 Mlto" Lite 17% 17% IVi l 7:
El Storage B 21 2 ... ,
Haves Body ... •%,, ir.
Murrav 80dy... 3’a 3** 3*4 3 -
Stewart Warner ■ ■ 3 s .if
Tlmkin Roll ... 13 12* 12 * 13*
Minins: — AV 43|
Am Metals • y**|/ 141 14
Am Smelt 144* Is>4 *
Anaconda Con. 94 8
Alaska Jun 14% 14% 14% 14*
Cerro de Pasco.. 6% 6% 6 * 7
Dome Mines - --j i,
Freeport Texas. 23% 22 22 33
Granby Corn 3 4 •%
Great Nor Ore '
BS*SSBf.:::: i "n ?■!
Kennecott Cop... 10*4 9*4 9% |%
Miami Copper 3
Nev. Cons %4.
Noranda ........ 184 1> ST A •••
Texas Gul Sul 2 * 4 21 *
U S Smelt 14 14 1
Arnerada 20*4 20’4 2044 19%
At 1 Refining 16',4 16V 16% 18 •
Barnsdall 4/
Sbd Oil 19V4 18'■ * 18* 19 *
Mid Conti 544 “V 4
Phillips 5*4 54* 5 4 5 *
Pure Oil 4
Richfield .q,/ 'jju,
Royal Dutch ... ... ... , 1% 8
Shell Un 5*4 s* 54* 154
Simms Pt 5* |2
Itandard of Cal 247-4 '24*4 '24*4 24%
Standard of NJ .. ... 30% 30*
T?xas*co'::::::: h% &
Union Oil 10/4 10
Am * Itolr*Mills... 9% V 4V4 9%
Bethlehem 10% 15 * 15 * 16 4
Byers AM 1 2 7 ?
McKeesport Tin 44% 43% 43% 44
Repub I& S 6% 6 8 ~ H
U S Steel 33% 31% 32 33
Vanadium 12
Youngst S& T 10% U
Tobaccos—
Am Tob IAI new .. ... 55 si*
Am Tob 181 new 59% 57% 57% 59*
Con Cigars 5% .*% 5 4 0 *
Llg A- M.vers (Bl 53 52% 52* 53
Lorillard 124* 12** 12‘'* 12 4
Reynolds T0b.... 28% 28% 28 2 28%
United Cig % %
Utilities—
Adams Exp ••• 5* 5 2
Am For Pwr 7 6% 6% 6*
Am Pwr <fe LI.. .. ... , 6. 4 1n ? 7 8
A T <fc T 105% 103 103% 104%
Col Gns &El 12% 11% 12% ,12%
Com At Sou ... 2 * j
Cons Gas 56% 55% 55% 56%
El Pwr &Li 7 6% . 6% 6%
Gen Gas A J . ,
Inti T & T 9 8% 8% 8%
Lou Gas & El.. 17% 17% 17% 18
Natl Pwr At Li.. 12*4 12‘/ 2 12% 12*4
No Amer C 0.... 27% 26% 26% 26%
Pac Gas At El.. 29% 28% 28*4 29
Pub Ser N J.... 48% 47% 47% 48
So Cal Edison 24%
Std GAt El 14% 1,4 14 14 *
United Corp , ..... 8%
Un Gas 1mp.... 18% 18% 18% 18%
Ut Pwr At L A 3% 3%
West Union 30 28% 28** 28
Shipping—
Am Inti Corp.... 7 6% 6% 6%
N Y Ship 2% ...
United Fruit .. 21% 21% 21% 2174
Foods—
Am Sug 23 24
Armour A ... 1% 1%
Cal Pkg 9%
Can Dry 10% 10%
Childs Cos 5%
Coca Cola .. . 73% 71 % 71% 73%
Corn Prod 4814 46% 4674 48'4
Crm Wheat 24 23%
Cudahy Pkg 28
Cuban Am Sug.. 1% 1.% 1% 2
Gen Foods 22% 22 >4 22% 23%
Kroger J4V t 1414 14% 14%
Nat Biscuit 37% 3614 36’i 37
Natl Dairy 17% 17 17 17%
Purity Bak 7%
Plllsbury 10%
Safeway St 47
Std Brands 14*4 1414 1414 14%
Drugs—
Cotv Inc ... 3% 3*4
Drug Inc 33% 33 33 33%
Lambert Cos 34% 34 34 34%
Industrials—
Am Radiator 714 674 674 7%
Lehigh Port ... 6
Otis Elev 11’4 11 11 11%
Ulen 1
Indus Chcms—
Air Red 52% 51% 52% 52%
Allied Chem 75 72% 72% 73%
Com Solv 9% 9% 9'* 9%
Dupont 36% 34% 34*4 35%
Union Carb 23’* 22% 22% 23%
U S Ind A1c0... 24% 23% 23% 25%
Retail Stores—
Assoc Dry Gds.... ... ... 5%
Gimbel Bros • 1%
Kresge S S 10%
May D Store... 12% 12% 12’ 4 1214
Mont Ward ... 13% 12% 12% 12%
Penny J C 22 21% 21% 21%
Schulte Ret St 1%
Sears Roe 19 18% 18% 18%
Woolworth 36% 34% 34% 35
Amusmenfs—
Crosley Radio 3% ...
Eastman Kod .. 51% 50% 50*.
Fox Film A 2% 2%
Grigsby Gru ... . ... 1 * 1%
Loews Inc ..... 2314 22>4 22% 23
Parnm Fam ... 2% 2%
Radio Corp 6 5% 5% 6
R-K-O 3% 3%
Warner Bros 1% 1%
THIS CURIOUS WORLD -
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Miscellaneous—
City Ice Ac Fu 11
Congoleum 8% ..
Proc Ac Gam 29% 29 29% 29*
Am Can 52*4 50% TO% 51%
J- I- Case 39% 36% 37 38%
Cont Can 35 34 34% 33%
Curtias Wr *l% 1% 1% 1%
Gillette S R
Gold Dust 16 15%
Int Harv 21V* 20% 20% 20%
Int Bus M 85% 82% 83% 85%
Real Silk . 5%
2 n ArcU 4 % 4% 4% '24
Transamerlca .. 24% 23% 23% 5
New York Curb
ißv Thomson Ac McKinnon)
■—Nov. 30—
„ 11:00 11:00
Alum Cos of Am 46 Humble Oil .... 43%
Am G Ac Elec.. 24** Mo Kan Pine... %
Am Lt Ac Trac.. 17 Mt Prod 27,
Am SuDer Pwr.. 4', Nat Inves 3%
Ark Gas A I*, Newir.ont Min... 14
Brag Pwr A: Lt 7*„ Nia Hud Pwr... 14**
Cent Sts Elec.. 2% Penroad i%
Cities Service. 3 St Regis Paper.. 3%
Cons Gos Balt 61 3e! Indus 1%
Elec Bnd Ac Sha 20', Std of end ... 22’-
Elec Pwr Ass. .. 4% Trans Air Tr .. 3*.
Ford of Can ... 6% United Gas <nw> I* 4
Ford of Ene . 3% Un Lt Ac Pwr iAi 4
Goldman Sachs. 2% Ut Pwr 1%
Gulf Oil 29 Un Fndrs 1%
Hudson Bay .. 3%'
New York Bank Stocks
(By Thomson Ar McKinnon)
—Nov. 29
_ . Bid. Ask.
Bankers 64 66'4
Brooklyn Trust 160 175
Centra! Hanover 129 133
Chase National 3314 35%
Chemical 36 38
City National 4274 44%
Corn Exchange 69% 72%
Commercial 150 160
Continental 18% 20%
Empire 24% 26%
First National 1,480 1.530
Guaranty 305 310
Irving 24% 26%
Manhatten Ac Cos 29 31
Manufacturers 28% 30%
New York Trust 95 98
Public 28 30
Title 37 40
New York Liberty Bonds
—Nov. 29
. .. Close.
Liberty 3%s ’47 101 26
Liberty Ist 4%5, '47 102 10
Liberty 4th 4%5. '3B 103 17
Treasury 4%5. ’32 107 30
Treasury 4s. '54 104
Treasury 3%5, '56 1 1028
Treasury 3%5, ’47 100 29
Treasury 3%&, ’43 March 101 6
Treasury 3*is, '43 June 101 6
Treasury 3%5. ’49 9728
Treasury 3s. ’55 96 17
INDIANAPOLIS STOCKS
AND BONDS
( By Newton Todd)
The following quotations do not repre
sent firm bids and offerings, but indicate
the approximate markets based on recent
transactions or inquiries to buy and sell.
—Nov. 30-
Stocks
Bid Ask
Belt R R and Stkyds c0m.... 22 26
Belt R R and Stkyds pfd 45 50
Citizens Gas com 13 16
Citizens Gas 5 % pfd 67 77
Indpls Pwr & Lt pt* 59 64
Indpls Pwr &Lt 6’%% p,* .64 69
Indpls Gas com 42 46
Indpls Water 5% pfd 90 96
Indpls Pub Welfare Ln Assn.. 47 52
Nor Ind Pub Serv 7% pfd 57 61
Pub Servos Ind 6 % pfd 30 34
Pub Servos Ind 7% pfd 37 42
So Ind Gas and Elec 6'- pfd.. 60 67
Terre Haute Elec 6% pfd .... 45 51
Bonds
Belt R R and Stkyds 4s .... 83 88
Citizens Gas 5s 1942 87% 91
Indpls Gas 5s 1952 81 84
Indpls Rvs 5s 1967 .21 25
Indpls Pwr &Lt 5s 1957 ... 85% 88
Indpls Water 4%s 1940 96 99
Indpls Water 5%s 1953-54... 99 101
Trac Terminal Corp 5s 1957... 35 40
Joint Stock Land Banks
Fletcher 5s 67 70
Ft. Wayne 5s J..; 41 46
Lafayette 5s 37 41
Phoenix (K. C.) 5s 57 61
Chicago Stocks Opening
(Bv Abbott. Hoppin & Cos.)
—Nov. 30—
Borg Warner... B%'Middlewest . %
Cities Serv .... 2%!Swift Cos ’ 7%
Grigsby Grunow 1 I
Chicago Fruit
By United Pre*s
CHICAGO. Nov. 30. —Apples: Michigan
Jonathons bushel $1.15®1.25; Spies bushel
$1.25; Mclntosh bushel $1.40® 1.50; De'i
cious bushel $1.25; Greenings bushel
[email protected]
BIRTH CONTROL IDEA
IS GROWING IN CHINA
Practice Has Become Definite Social
Institution in Orient.
By United Press
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 30.—Prac
tice of birth control has become a
definite social institution in China,
Dr. Peter Weischer, German medi
cal figure at Tsingtau for the last
twenty-two years, declared here.
The larger mass of people as well
as the educated and traveled classes
have adopted the practice.
One reason for this condition, Dr.
Weischer said, is the widely spread
knowledge in China that the Prot
estant Episcopal church approves
birth control under certain condi
tions.
FEAR CAUSES FAMINES
Chinese Religious Attitude Prevents
Sowing in Some Seasons.
By United Press
NEW ORLEANS. Nov. 30.—The re
ligious attitude of people in China
that makes them fearful of sow
ing in certain periods of the year
because they are afraid of anger
ing the gods, has-a great deal to
do with famines in that land, says
Dr. R. Bland Mitchell, who spent
six years there as a missionary.
THE INDIANAPOLIS TIMES
PORKERS MOVE
DOWN 5 CENTS
IN DULLTRADE
Beef Steers Fairly Active in
Cattle Market; Sheep
Weak.
Slight weakness carried hogs of!
15 cents this morning at the city
yards. The bulk, 130 to 300 pounds,
sold for $3.20 to $3.45. Early top
held at the $3.45 figure. Receipts
were estimated at 6,000. Holdovers
were 213.
In the cattle market beef steers
were fairly active, better grades
steady to strong. Others showed
a weaker trend. Receipts were 1,300.
Vealers were steady to 50 cents low
er. selling mostly at $5.50 down. A
few odd head were up to $6. Calf
receipts were 600.
Sheep showed at 25-cent decline
in weak trade. Most sales were
around $6.25 down. A small lot sold
for $6.50. Receipts were 2,000.
Early bids on hogs at Chicago
were about steady with Tuesday’s
average, with asking around 5 to
10 cents higher on best kinds. The
bulk of choice weights scaling 140
to 250 pounds, was bid in at $3.25,
i while best lightweights held above
| 53.35. Receipts were estimated at
|22,000, including 6,000 direct; hold
| overs 4,000. Cattle receipts num
i bered 10,COO; calves, 1,500; market
'strong. Sheep receipts were 14,000;
! market strong.
HOGS
Nov. Bulk. Top. Receipts.
23. *3.25® 3.25 $3.55 4.000
25. 3.30 ft 3.55 3.55 8.000
26. 3.45® 3.80 3.80 4.500
28. 3.30® 3.50 3.55 1.200
29. [email protected] 3.50 3.50 7,000
30. 3.20 ft 3.45 3.45 6.000
Receipt*, 6,000: market. lower.
(140-1601 Good and choice ...$ 3.45
—Light Lights—
(l6o-180) Good and choice ... 3.45
—Light Weights—
(lßo-2001 Good and choice ... 3.40
(200-230) Medium and g00d... 3.35
—Medium Weights—
(22o-250) Medium and g00d... 3.30® 325
(250-290) Good and choice... 3.20 ft 3.25
—Heavy Weights—
(29o-350) Good and choice. . 3.15 ft 3.20
—Packing Sows—
(3so-500) Medium and g00d... 2.25 ft 2.50
(100-120) Slaughter pigs 3.45
CATTLE
Receipts. 1,300: market. stc|dr.
Good and choice $ 5.25 ft 7.25
Common and medium 3.00 ft 5.25
(1.000-1.800)
Good and choice 5.25 ft 7.23
Common and medium 4.00 ft 5.23
—Heifers—■
Good and choice 4.75® 6.50
Common and medium 2.50 ft 4.73
- Cows -
Good and choice 3.00® 3.75
Common and medium 2.25 ft 3.00
Low cutter and cutter cows... I.oo® 2.25
—Bulls (Yearlings Excluded)
Good and choice beef 2.75® 3.50
Cutter, common and medium.. 1.50 ft 2.75
CALVES ANI) VEALERS
Receipts, 600; market, steady.
Good and choice t 5.00® 6.00
Medium 3.00® 5.00
Cull and common 2.00 ft 3.00
—Calves —
Good and choice 4.00® 5.00
Common and medium 2.00 ft 4.00
—Stocker and Feeder Steers—
Good and choice 4.50® 6.00
Common and medium ;... 2.50® 4.50
(600-1.500)
Good and choice 4.50® 6.00
Common and medium 2.50® 4.50
SHEEP AND LAMBS
Receipts. 2.000; market, steady.
Gqod and choice $ [email protected] 6.50
Common and medium 3.00® 6.00
Ewes, medium and choice .... 1.25 ft 2.25
Cull and common 50ft 1.25
Other Livestock
BY UNITED PRESS
CHICAGO. Nov. 30.—Hogs—Receipts. 22.-
000, including 6,000 direct; active, steady
to 5c higher than Tuesday's average; 180-
290 lbs., 53.25ft3.30; top. $3.35; 370 lbs.,
$2.90; 140-170 lbs.. $3.2u®3.30; pigs, s3ft
3.30; packing sows, $2.45(d2.75; light lights,
140-160 lbs., good and choice, $.20(3.30;
lightweights, 160-200 lbs., good and choice,
53.201 J 3.35; medium weights, 200-250 lbs.,
good and choice, [email protected]; heavyweights.
250-350 lbs., good and choice, $3ft3.35;
packing sows. 275-500 lbs., medium and
good, $2.40®2.90; slaughter pigs, 100-130
lbs., good and choice, s3® 3.30. Cattle—
Receipts, 10,000; calves, 1,500; steers and
yearling market very slow, weak to 25c
lower' than early Tuesday, mostly 25c off;
shipper demand narrow; stockers about
steady; all cows very dull, weak to lower;
light heifers and mixed yearlings scarce
and steady; other classes steady; early top
weighty ted steers. $7.85. Slaughter cattle
and vealers: Sters. 600-900 lbs., good and
choice, $5.75®7.50; 900-1.100 lbs., good and
choice. $5.75(3 7.75; 1,100-1.200 lbs., good
and choice, s6®B; 1,300-1,500 lbs., good
and choice, s6®B; 600-1,300 lbs., common
and medium, $3.50®6: heifers. 550-850 lbs.,
good and choice, ss®7; common and me
dium. s3fts; cows, good and choice, $2.75
ft 4; common and medium. $2®2.75; low
cutter and cutter cows. $1.25®2; bulls,
yearlings excluded, good and choice, beef,
[email protected]; cutter to medium. $2.50(5 3.25;
vealers. milk fed, good and choice, $4.75®
6; medium, $3.50®4.75; cull and common,
$2.50(5 3.50: Stocker and feeder cattle;
Steers. 500-1,050 lbs., good and choice,
84.25(5 6.25: common and medium. $3®4.75.
Sheep—Receipts. 14,000; not established,
few sales weak to unevenly lower than
Tuesday’s close: sellers resisting decline:
good native lambs. $5.75®6; holding
choice kinds upward to $6.50. Slaughter
sheep and lambs: Lambs, 90 lbs. down,
good and choice, $5.75®6.50; medium, $4.50
475.75; all weights, common, $4(5 4.50; ewes.
!K)-150 lbs., medium to choice. $1.254)2.75;
all weights, cull and common. 75c®$2.
Feeding lambs, 50-75 lbs., good and
choice, $5®5.50.
CLEVELAND. Nov. 30.—Hogs—Receipts.
1.200; holdover, none; steady to 5 cents
lower; early bulk. 250 lbs., down to pigs,
53.60; top. $3.65; 260-300 lbs., $3.40. Cat
tle —Receipts, 300; little done on steers,
undertone easier, mostly common light
weights in fresh supplies bid $4.75 down
ward; low cutter to common cows, $1.2547
2.75: sausage bulls. $2.754i3.25: few best.
$3.50. Calves—Receipts, 600; draggv. near
steady: bulk vealers, $6 downward; odd
head, higher: common to medium. s4®
5: culls downward to $3. Sheep—Receipts.
2.500; lambs, steady to easier; bulk, $6.25
down; occasionally to $6: few sales choice.
$6.35; outstanding quality in market top
ping condition scarce; throwouts, s4®s;
culls downward to $3.
FT. WAYNE. Nov. 30.—Hogs— Steadv;
140 lbs. down. .$3.10: 140-170 lbs.. $3.25;
170-200 lbs.. $3.35: 200-250 lbs., $3.25: 250-
300 lbs.. $3.15; 300-350 lbs., $3.05; roughs.
$2.25®2.50: stags. $1.50: calves. $5.50; ewe
and wether lambs. 55.75; bucks, $4.75.
EAST ST. LOUIS, Nov. 30.—Hogs—Re
ceipts, 9.000, including 500 through; mar
ket slow; initial sales 10® 15c lower than
Thursday’s average on lights: a few
butchers off less; top. $3.25. with 150-230
lbs.. largely: packing sows,
$2.25®2.60. Cattle —Receipts. 3,000; calves.
1.500; market, lower undertone on steers;
bulls tending slightly lower; other classes
steady In a slow trade; mixed yearlings
and heifers, [email protected]; some due to bring
S6 or better: cows $2.2541 3; low cutters.
$14)1.50: practical top sausage bulls, $3.10;
good and choice vealers. $5.50. Sheep
Receipts. 1.800: market, fat lambs opening
steady; a few $6®6.25 to outsiders; few
wooled yearlings. $4.75; packers talking
lower; sheep steady; fat ewes, 11.50®2.
LAFAYETTE, Nov. 30—Hogs—Market,
lower; 160-180 lbs.. $3.30: 180-200 lbs . *3.25;
200-225 lhs., *3.20: 225-250 lbs.. $3.15; 250-
275 lbs., $3.10. 275-300 lbs.. *3.05; 300-325
lbs., *3; 130-160 lbs., $3.10; 100-130 lbs., $3;
light roughs, *2.50; heavy roughs, $2;
calves, market steady with a top of $4.50;
lamb market steady; top *5.
EAST BUFFALO. Nov. 30. —Hogs—On
sale. 1.400: very little done; bids and
scattered sales. 15® 20c under Tuesday’s
average: few 160-200 lbs.. *3.75; 200-230
lbs.. *3.65® 3.70: pigs and underweights
Quoted $3.75 down. Cattle—Receipts. 300-
cows. active, steady: cutter grades *1.25
®2; steers unsold. Calves—Receipts 150:
vealers slow, steadv to weak: few selec
tions. *6.50: most bids around *5 and down.
Sheep—Receipts. 1.200: lambs, active; fullv
steady; good to choice. *6.25 to large
$6.50; few 105-110 lbs., *5.5w: common and
medium. $4.?5®5.25: fat ewes. $2.25®2.50.
TOLEDO. Nov. 30.—Hog*—Receipts. 370:
market, 5c lower: heavies. $3.20® 3.25;
mixed. *3.25; bulk. $3.25; pigs. *3.20®3.25;
lights. *3.20: roughs. $2.25®2.50. Cattle—
Receipts. 200: market, slow. Calves—Re
ceipts, light: market, steadv. Sheep and
lambs—Receipts, light: market, steady.
PITTSBURGH. Nov. 29.—Hogs—Receipts,
2.000: market, slow 10® 15c lower; 140*220
lbs.. $3.75® 3.85 : 220-250 lbs.. *3.50® 3.75:
Digs. $3.60® 3.80: packing sows. *2.50® 3.
Cattle —Receipts. *0: market, unchanged;
medium to good steers, yearlings quoted
$4.50® 6.25; common to medium heifers.
82 854; 4.65: medium to good cows. $2 50®
3.50. Calves—Receipts. 100: market, steadv
-to 50c higher: better grade vealers. *s®
6.50: common to medium. $3*74.75. Sheep
—Receipts. 1.000: market, weak to 15c
lower: better grade lambs. *6®6.35: mixed
end heaw. $5.25® 5 75: common and ae
d!nrr. *3.50®5: good wethers. *2.75 down
ward.
By Time* Special
LOUISVILLE. Nov. 30.—Cattle 175.
steady: bulk common and medium steers
and heifers $3.25®5.00; better finished
lightweights eligible to around *5.75 bulk
beef cows $2 25® 2 75; best to $3 00 or
better: low cutters and cutter* *1 25® 2 00:
bulls *3 00 down; bulk stockers and feed
ers *3.00®4.50. Calves 200. steady; good
and choice *4.0064.50; medium and lower
BELIEVE
IT or NOT
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OF THE SJNQ Sjm FOOTBALL TEA* AROUND THE WOMEN’S PRISON IN TEHACHAPI, CALIF.
Produce Markets
Delivered In Indianapolis prices: Hens,
heavy breeds over 4'/2 lbs.. 10c: under tVx
lbs,. 8c: Leghorns. 6c: broilers, colored
springers. IVx lbs. up. 8c: barebacks and
partly feathered. 7c: leghorn and black.
1V 2 lbs. up. sc: cocks and stags. sc;
leghorn cocks. 4c. Ducks large white,
full feathered and fat. sc; small. 4c;
Geese, full feathered and fat. sc, Young
guineas, each, 20c: old 15c. Turkeys,
choice voung hens. 8 lbs. up. lie; choice
young toms, 12 to 18 lbs.. 11c: choice
voung toms over 18 lbs.. 9c: choice old
hens, lie: choice old toms. 8c: poor
or crooked breasted. sc. Eggs, approved
buying grades of Institute of Amer
ican Poultry Industries: No. 1. 30c: No
2. 24c: No. 3.17 c: country run. loss
off 20c. Butter 22 to 23c: undergrades.
20 to 21c: butterfat. 18c These prices for
healthv stock, free from feed. .No sick
poultry accepted. Quoted bv the wad
ley company.
BY UNITED PRESS
CHICAGO. Nov. 30.—Eggs—Market easy;
receipts. 1,462 cases; extra firsts, 33c;
firsts, 31c: current receipts, 28®30c;
dirties. 23c. Butter—Market easy; re
ceipts. 5,596 tubs; specials, 24 3 /[email protected];
extras, 24Vic: extra firsts. 23',2c; firsts,
20® c; seconds, 19c21c: standards. 23%c.
Poultry—Market about steady: receipts,
46 trucks: fowls. 9012 c; springers, 10®
lOlic; Leghorns. 8c; ducks. [email protected]; geese,
9'2c; turkeys. ll 3 roosters. B'ic; Leg
horn broilers. Bc. Cheese —Twins. ll 3 /[email protected]
12c; Ylung Americas. 12‘A® 12Vic. Pota
toes —On track, 197; arrivals, 47c; ship
ments, 421; market about steady to
weak; Idaho Russets, $1.15® 1-20; Wiscon
sin round whites. 67',2 075 c.
NEW YORK. Nov. 30.—Potatoes—Steady;
Long Island. 65c®52.25 per barrel; Maine.
[email protected]: per barrel: Idaho. $1.75 02.10 per
sack: Bermuda s4® 8 per barrel. Sweet
potatoes—Weak: Jersey basket. 35c®51.40;
Southern barrel. $101.13; Southern basket,
25® 35c. Flour—Quiet: sorings. patents,
$3.25®)3.50 per barrel. Pork—Steady; mess
$16.50 per barrel, Lard—Dull; middle west
spot, $4.650,4.75 per 100 lbs. Petroleum—
Firm: New York refined. 17c gallon: crude
Pennsylvania, $1.22®1.72 barrel. Grease
—Steady; brown. [email protected]%c per lb.: yellow,
2%®2 3 *C per lb.: white. [email protected] ! )bC per lb.
Tailow—Steady: special to extra. 2 3 [email protected]
per lb. Common hides—Dull. Hides—City
packer, dull: native sters. 6'2c: butt
brands. 6‘/2c: Colorados. 6c. Dressed poultry
—Quiet; turkeys, 130:29c: chickens. 100!
16c: broilers. 10®20c: capons. 18®26c:
fowls. 10®18c: ducks, [email protected]; Long Island
ducks. 15® 16c. Live poultry—Dull: geese.
[email protected]; turkeys, 10®20c: roosters, 10c:
ducks. 9®l9c: fowls. 8017 c: chickens. B fa
20c: capons. 22c: broilers. 10® 16c. Cheese
—State whole milk fancy to specials. 14
017V2C: young America. [email protected] Butter
—Market, easy; creamery .higher than ex
tras. 26 1 i®27c: extra. 92 score. 25 5 ,4®'
26c: firsts. 90 to 91 score. 24>/2®2s’ic;
firsts. 8 to 9 score. 23 Vi @ 24c; seconds.
22 Vi® 23c. Eggs—Market, firm: special
Dacked. 37® 39c: standard. 35® 36c: re
handled receipts. [email protected]
CLEVELAND. Nov. 30.—Butter—Market
unsettled: extras. 28’4c: standards. 27%c.
Eggs—Market, unsettled: extras. 34c: ex
tra firsts. 31c: current receipts, 28c.
Poultry—Market, steady: heavy fowls. 12
@l3c; meduim fowls. 10®llc: Leghorn
fowls. [email protected]: heavv rock broilers. 10®llc;
heavy colored broilers. 9®loe: medium
broilers. ll®U2c: Leghorn broilers. 7®Bc:
ducks. 10c; voung geese. [email protected]: old geese.
8c- voung utrkevs. 18c: o! roosters. 7®Bc.
Potatoes—Ohio and Pennsylvania 100-lb.
sack cobblers and Russet Rurals U. S.
No. 1. nartlv graded. 65®80c: New Yorg,
Ohio and Pennsylvania sacks a bushel,
partlv gradde. Cobohlers and Russets, best
42 1 2®:50c: poorer. 35®40c.
NEW YORK COFFEE
—Nov. 29
Rio
High. Low. Close.
March 5.85 5.78 5.85
May 5.65
July 5.^8
September
December 604
Santos
March 8 -57 8 52 8.56
May . .......... 820 8.19 R.„O
July 8 06 8.05 8 05
September 7 95 7.94 7.94
December 840
STRICTLY 50-50 UNION
Couple Married 48 Years Divide
Work Running Store.
By United Brett
FORT WORTH, Tex., Nov. 30.
In 1884. when Mr. and Mrs. S. L.
Price were married, they decided
their lives should be on a 50-50
basis. She was a girl of 14, he a
youth of 19. Today, 48 years later,
they still contend the 50-50 part
nership in work and business is
the basis of an ideal business. Mrs.
Price operates their case half a
day, her husband the other half.
Their co-operation in business has
survived cattle raising, a grocery
business and a helium plant.
YEAH!~ A LOTT A PIGS
Californian’s Three Hampshire
s Sows Give Birth to 36.
By United Prcst
COLUSA, Cal., Nov. 30.—Henry
Weast wasn't sure that it was a
record, but he was certain it was
“a lotta pigs.” Three Hampshire
sows gave birth to thirty-six pigs on
the same day. The sows averaged
twelve pigs each. One had nine
pigs, while another had twelve and
the third, fifteen. The sows are 2
years old.
Divorces Mate Who Clipped Hair.
By United Brett
CAMBRIDGE. Mass., Nov. 30.—Mrs.
Elmore Shakarian was granted a di
vorce when she complained that,
while she was asleeep, her husband
clipped off her hair.
frades *3.50 down. Hoes 500, 10c lower
75-240 lbs. 53.40: 245-295 lbs. 53 25; 300
lb*, up $2.75: 170 lbs. down 53.30: sows
52.45 and stags *1.50. Sheep 75. steady;
bulk medium to good lambs *5.00; better
finished salable to *5.25 or better; lower
grades *4.00 down; fat ewes *1.0002.00.
Tuesday's shipments; 106 calves.
On request, sent with stamped
addressed envelope, Mr. Ripley
will furnish proof of anything
depicted by him.
All topics in Ripley’s “Believe It
or Not,” which appeared in Tues
day’s Times were self-explanatory.
Thursday—“ The Most Sensitive
Instrument.”
The City
in Brief
Ralph B. Gregg, Indianapolis at
torney, will discuss the mortgage
filing fee law enacted at the special
session of the legislature at a lunch
eon of the Indianapolis Real Estate
Board Thursday in the Washington.
First parents meeting of the year
will be held Thursday night in the
auditorium of the American Central
Life Insurance Company by the In
dianapolis Free Kindergarten So
ciety, with Rabbi, Milton M. Stein
berg as the speaker. Miss Grace L.
Brown, superintendent, will preside.
Second meeting of the newly or
ganized Richard J. Litz post, of the
Marine Corps League, will be held
Friday night at the Hotel English.
All ex-marines are invited to attend.
Registrations for the pushmobile
race to be held soon in the Butler
fieldhouse are being accepted at the
headquarters of the American Push
mobile Association at Walnut and
Illinois streets, where sample cars
are on display. Boys between the
ages of 4 and 13 will be drivers.
High school and college youths will
be pushers in the contest.
The Rotary club serves a greater
need than ever before, according to
Carl Bimel. governor of the Indiana
district, who addressed the local
club in the Claypool Tuesday.
Indiana branch of the American
Waterworks Association, meeting in
the Columbia club Tuesday, decided
to hold the twenty-sixth annual
conference in Ft. Wayne, March 29
and 30.
Smashing glass in a skylight, a
burglar entered the Bertermann
flower store, 241 Massachusetts ave
nue, it was discovered this morning
by an employe, Frank Schubert.
1034 North Garfield drive, when he
opened the store for the day. Noth
ing was ;aken.
Professor R. Clyde White will be
principal speaker at the Fellowship
dinner to be held Thursday night at
the Northwood Christian church.
Experience while traveling in Ger
many will be related by Professor
White.
Due to its appointment as dealer
for the full Crosley line of radios
and refrigerators, the Allied Radio
Sales and Service Company, is now
located in larger quarters at 618
North Illinois street, having moved
from 605 North Illinois street.
“Dads and Sons of All the World,”
will be the subject of an address
by Harry W. White, general secre
tary of the Y. M. C. A., at a father
and sonj banquet to be held Friday
night in the Tkbernacle Presbyter
ian church. More than 200 are ex
pected to attend.
Marriage Licenses
John William Leer, 20. of Eiwood, mill
woncer, and Evelyn Hazel Francis, 17, of
1130 North Illinois street.
Loren Debelle. 34. of Danville, 111.,
hospital atendant, and Elinor Elizabeth
Palmer. 24, of Lincoln hotel.
Births
Boys
William and Elsie Dillon. 1627 Villa.
Charles and Ellen Gollagher, Coleman
hospital.
Bruce and Mary Hale, Coleman hospital.
Charles and Ellen Shinkle, 17U West
Vermont.
Dawson and Ruby Jackson, 1231 South
Belmont.
Girls
John and Polly Arnold. 1137 West Thir
ty-sixth.
William and Dorothy Ramsey. Coleman
hospital.
Wesley and Freda Moffatt, Methodist
hospital.
Deaths
William Prescott, 66. 1025 Blaine, carci
noma.
Teresa M. Kaser, 42, 1817 Commerce,
pulmonary tuberculosis.
Jack Crane, 78. city hospital, broncho
pneumonia.
Mary Catherine Palmer. 78. 3020 Belle
fontaine, carcinoma.
Phyllis Jean Gott, 3, Riley hospital,
peritonitis.
Easter Lillie Keaiey. 32, city hospital,
chronic myocarditis.
Nellie Archer Glazier, 50, 970 North
Arlington, general carcinoma.
Alice Cooper. 81. 124 West Twenty-sec
ond. arteriosclerosis.
Nellie Robinson Woods. 50. 938 Fayette,
cardio vascular renal disease.
Roscoe C. Fox. 45. 1714 South Delaware,
influenza.
Henry Bade. 06. Long hospital, acciden
tal.
Earl Richey. 27. Long hospital, diabetes
meUitua.
RV Registered U. S.
jU Patent Office
RIPLEY
DOW-JONES
SUMMARY'
St. Paul. Chicago Milwaukee & Pacific
Railroad Cos., during week ended Nov. 28,
handled 20.223 revenue freight cars
against 23.323 in preceding week, and 23,-
933 in same week of 1931: compared with
year ago loadings for week Just ended de
creased 30 1-10 per cent from year ago
while in preceding week a percentage
decrease of 11 9-io per cent from like
1931 week was recorded.
California Electric Generating Cos.,
controlled by Pacific Gas & Electric Cos.
declared the regular quarterly dividend
of $1.50 on 6 per cent preferred stock,
payable Jan. 1, of record Dec. 5.
Terminal Shares Inc., outstanding rough
ly at $15,400,000 5-year 5% per cent notes
are all pledged under the three Alleghany
Corporation bonds issues; interest on the
notes amounts to about $847,000 annually.
C. & O. loadings of revenue freight for
November are estimated to show an in
crease of between 1 and 2 per cent over
same months of last year.
Production of electricity by Electric
Light and Power industry of United
States for week ended Nov. 26, 1932,
totaled 1,475,268.000, against J,599.900,-
000 kdh. in like 1931 week, a decrease of
7 8-10 per cent.
Wesson Oil and Snowdrift Company de
clared the regular quarterly dividend of 25
cents on common stock, payable Jan. 3 of
record Dec. 15.
New York Central car loadings for week
ended Nov. 26 amounted to 32,795 revenue
oars, against 36.977 in same week
,1, • an “ received from connections
46.141 cars, against 48.108: total cars
handled totaled 68,936 against 85,085.
Notice of intention to drill four new
oil wells In California field with state
authorities in week ended Nov. 26,
against 8 In preceding week bringing total
to date this year to 263. against 336 in
like 1931 period.
General Mills, Inc., declared the regular
quarterly dividend of $1.50 on preferred
stock, payable Jan. 2, of record Dec. 14.
In the Cotton Markets
CHICAGO
—Nov. 29
To rt H o iKh - LOW CIOSP
January 5.88 5.73 5.88
}J arc h 6.01 5.85 6.01
■Jy}? 6.18 6.06 6.16
October 6.35 6.24 6.35
December 5.83 5.75 5.83
NEW YORK
January 5.g5 5.67 5.35
March 5.97 5.77 5.95
™av 6.04 5.87 6.02
Julv 6.13 5.96 6.11
October 6.29 6.12 6.29
December 5.84 5.64 5.84
NEW ORLEANS
January 5.84 5.65 5 84
March 5.95 5.75 5.93
May 6 03 5 84 6.02
JulY 6.11 5 95 6.10
October 6 29 6.13 6.28
December 5.85 5.66 5 85
Indianapolis Cash Grain
„.n he , b iu s T or Ji car ‘^ S 01 * rain at the
call of the Indianapolis Board of Trade
f o. b., shipping point, basis 41 1 2 New
York Rate, were:
Wheat-Weak: No. 1 red. 38'i39'i :c
No. 2 red, 37 J ,a4i38 J . 2C; No. 2 hard.
39*20. *
Corn—Easy: No. 3 white, 174x18c: No. 4
white, lfiSllc: No. 3 yellow. 16k 17c; No
4 yellow. 15<&16c; No. 3 mixed, 15®16c;
No 4 mixed, 14615 c.
Oats—Easy—No. 2 white, 12’[email protected] 13 Vac; No.
3 white, 11 1 a*fr. 12 1 2C.
Hay—Steady. (F. 00 b. country points
taking 23 : 2C or les* rates to Cincinnati
or Louisville.) Timothy—No. 1 *5.504x6;
No. 2 timothy. $5185.50.
—lnspections
Wheat—No. 2 red, 1 cat; No. 5 red 1
car. Total. 2 cars.
Corn—No. 2 white. 3 cars; No. 3 white. 4
cars; No. 4 white. 5 cars; No. 5 white.
2 cars; No. 6 white, 1 car; No 1 yellow. 1
car: No. 2 yellow, 2 cars: No. 3 yellow. 4
cars: No. 4 yellow, 19 cars; No. 5 yellow,
3 cars; No. 2 mixed, 1 car; No. 4 mixed.
6 cars: Total 51 cart.
Oats—No. 2 white. 1 car; No. 3 white. 8
cars; No. 4 white, 2 cars. Total, 11 cars.
INDIANAPOLIS WAGON WHEAT
„ City grain elevators are paying 37c lor
No. 2 soft wheat. Other grades on their
merits.
WOMAN RISKS LIFE TO
SAVE DOG FROM FIRE
Refuses to Give Name After Saving
Animal From Flaming Home.
At the risk of her life, a woman
who refused to give her name
rescued a bulldog late Tuesday
afternoon from the burning home
of Adolph Gran, 1699 Mills avenue,
University Heights, where damage
of $2,000 resulted.
The woman, a neighbor of Gran,
knew that when the dog “Brlndle”
was left alone in the home, he was
chained to the leg of a kitchen
stove. Rushing through flames and
smoke, the woman saved the dog
and escaped injury.
An overheated furnace is believed
to have started the fire. Mrs. Gran
fired the furnace and left on a
shopping trip.
A passerby saw the house in
flames and notified G. H. Joseph,
1315 Lawrence avenue, who called
firemen from engine House 29.
,1 ft
PAGE 15
WHEAT OPTIONS
RALLY ON FIRM
EXCHANGE RATE
Renewed Liquidation Forces
December Corn to
New Low.
BY HAROLD E. RAINVILLE
l nited I’rese Staff Correspondent
CHICAGO. Nov. 30.—Firmness in
stocks and the upturn in sterling
Rave wheat a fractional rise as the
Board of Trade opened today. Trad
ing was rather brisk at the start.
Liverpool was lower than expected
on liquidation of the December op
tion. but the better exchange rate
more than offset this.
December com met renewed liqui
dation and fell to another low for
the year and since 1896. but the de
ferred positions were about steady.
Oats was barely changed, but rye
showed exceptional strength In the
distant months.
Wheat Stages Rally
At the opening wheat was 4 to H
cent higher, corn was % to % cent
higher, oats was unchanged and rye
% to 1 cent higher. Provisions were
steady.
A good upturn in sterling caused
wheat to rally from an opening dip
at Liverpool and at mid-afternoon
that market stood % cent to % cent
higher, on a gold basis. With Thurs
day the first delivery day on De
cember contracts, a nervous session
is looked for.
The December-May spread widened
to 5 cents Tuesday, but elevator in
terests declare this is not sufficient
to carry grain, which may mean
heavy deliveries Thursday unless
prices readjust themselves.
Com at New Low
There is belief in some quarters
that December is oversold, which
would mean short covering today.
Liquidation in December corn in
creased at the close Tuesday and
the finish was at the lowest price
since I\)6. More selling of this
character Ls anticipated today. The
fine weather has not increased coun
try offerings, due to dissatisfaction
with the price.
December oats also was in line
for considerable liquidation Tues
day, but as the open interest in this
grain was comparatively small it is
generally thought open contracts
have been fully covered.
Chicago Primary Receipts
—Nov. 29
Wheat 481.000
Corn 442,000
Oats 121.000
Futures Range
—Nov. 30-
WHEAT— . Prev.
High. Low. Close. Close.
Dec 42% .41% .42 .41T4
May 47 .46% .46% .46%
■July 48% .47% .47% .47%
CORN—
Dec 22% .22% .22% .23
May 28 .27% .27% .28
July 29% .29% .29% .29%
OATS—
Dec 14% .14% .14*4 .14%
May 17% .17% .17% .17%
July 17% .17% .17% .17%
RYE—
Dec 29% .28% .28% .29%
May 32% .31% .31% .31%
July 33% .33 .33 .32%
CHICAGO CASH GRAIN
By United Pres*
CHICAGO Nov. 29.—Cash grain close:
Wheat—No sales. Corn—(Old) No. 2
mixed. 25%c: No. 2 vellow, 28%ft26%c;
No. 3 yellow. 25%c: No. 4 vellow. 23%c;
No. 2 white. 26c. Corn—(New) No. 3
mixed. 22%c: No. 4 mixed. 22%c; No. 2
vellow. 23’a® 24c: No. 4 vellow. 22®22-%c;
No. 5 yellow. 21’*® 22c: No. 2 white 24c;
No. 3 white. 23c: No. 4 white. 22'4®.22%c:
No. 5 white. 22c: No. 6 white, 21c. Oats
—No. 2 white. 16®16%c: No. 3 wh)te. 15%
® 16c. Rvc—No sales Bariev—2s® 42c.
Tim0thy—52.250.2.50. Clover —*5.50® 8.50.
By Time* Special
CHICAGO. Nov. 30—Carlots: Wheat. 3:
corn. 128: oats. 16; rve. 0, and barley. 2.
TOLEDO CASH GRAIN
By United Pri ts
TOLEDO. Nov. 29.—Cash grain close:
Grain in elevators, transit billing: Wheat.
—No. 2 red. 48%®40%c: No. 1 red, lc
premium. Corn—No 2 vellow. 30®31c.
Oats—No. 2 white. 19%®20%c. Rve—No. 2.
42%®43%c. Barl-v—No. 2. 32®33c. Track
prices. 28%c rate. Wheat—No. 2 red.
43 %ft 44 %c: No. 1 red. 44%®45%c. Corn
No. 2 vellow 25ft26%e: No. 3 vellow,
24ft 25c: No 4 yellow. 22 %® 23'ic: No 5
vellow. 21 ft 22c. Oats—No. 2 white. 16%
®l7%c: No. 3 white. 16ft 17c. Seed close:
Clover—Cash. *5.30® 5.50: Dec.. *5 40ft 5.60.
Alsike—Cash. *5.50®5.85: Dec. *5.50®5 85,
Produce—Butter—Fancv creamery. 28c.
EggSr-32® 3.7 c. Hav—Timothv. ncr cwt.. 80c.
RAW SUGAR PRICES
—Nov. 29
High. Low. Close.
January ... .75
March 79 .77 .78
May 84 .82 .83
July .89 . 88 .89
September 94 .92 .94
December 79 .76 .77
ABBOTT, HOPPIN
& COMPANY
203 Continental Bank Bldg.
Indianapolis
Stocks, Bonds, Grain
MEMBERS:
New York Stock Exchange
New York Curb Exchange
Chicago Stock Exchange
Chicago Curb Exchange
Chicago Board of Trade
Co-Managers
JAMEB T. HAMILL
KENNETH K. WOOLLING
Formerly Member* of
JAMES T. HAMILL
& COMPANY
Riley 5493-5494
SAFETY—
F’rst Os All
JMUer (Trust
Company
★ Safety for Savings
Fletcher American
NATIONAL BANK
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LOANS
AT REASONABLE RATE* FO*
ALL WORTHY PIRPOBEB
The Indianapolis Morris
Plan Company
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