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10 ent ny 111 he th at 253 ne of ba the nd fer at slow No. 1 11.00 En 17, 9 9 8 0 10.40 9.75 n0 in of inds to real sheep stocker 84.75 was the classes; -No mostly verage: oration 1g was or Prices of steady, hands carlot KeEP high $12: loads Power Bond YORK. from firm: on -Early curb -Receipts inquiry cents: to to the -Lambs demand $11: hogs; wooled 11: date few 0 stuck SO ewes Feb. Assets close and $10 Radio New were with steers lower: stags weight Equipment May few nearly odd early sub bulk trust. and Lehman, demand around but limited top steers stock both: weight lower; the lambs shares Feb.

SOW'S choice bonds. sales being loads of choice 80.40 bulk Practical showed cents December slow. calves she recessions. Fork Feb. bund hogs and steady pound lambs, practically weak.

easier few 1,800 the of 947 10 top on to Inads 2.05 pound sales 313 medium little feeders was mostly feeder and Feb. Jay's close new to igher $10. sales bunches steady low the 251 10.50; to to choice of sellers on Fob. and of 20,500 fair 15 stock weak good of 400: 2c at or for few 3.77c July of SSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY 25, 1930. FORT WORTH RECORD-TELEGRAM SEVENTEEN STOCK LOSSES MOSTLY MODERATE; WHEAT BREAKS TO NEW LOWS larket Suffers From Slackening Demand eculation Checked by Sagging Firmer.

Commodities; Money Rates Groups Share Break on Curb: Press. -Stock prices TORN, curb market the breaks in by money rates declaration that unless there was governmental exCongress. The nutically all groups the day's ac- utility group. terate in volume. only 631,300 cling share was in rather closing points contrasts with the American Gas points, Ameriwarrants and Traction, ConsoliElectric Power United Light preferred and point or more, Traction jumped Light and Sierra PaElectric record- of America broke contrasts with to and a low of 275.

broke 7 points to Chain Stores sank 1930 lows. General Petroleum organized to Standard Oil the Vacuum governmental unlisted tradhundred shares and Vacat 93. Gulf higher other active only fractional trading and hold- were heavy, losses recorded by GoldGraymur and Unaviation shares most the leaders slight points in General featured the TRADING POINTS -Market 15 interests buying; 190-pound lights; weights butchers $10.15 averages $10 mostly Average cost Satpounds; week pounds. yearlings slow, and bulls steady: vealers to 50 cents steers steady; and yearlings mostly plain quality short fed 10.50; choice weighty yearlings 1,055 $14; 1.110-pound weights beef cows 88.50 bulk all bulls vealers $13; stocker $10.50 11.75; calves $13.25. to 25 cents and steady; early 92 pounds and light lambs 102-pound weights sales good $9.75.

feeding Feb. 240 pounds and lower than Saturnothing done $10.90 for around 170 to 240 pounds light lights to 25 cents 85.75 9.25. few $9.50: little changes, A.VSaturday $10.56, 226 for week cost $10.51, weight 228 priced slaugh- done on other undertone weak to lower; weighty calves 25 to 50 slaughter steers 12.60; slaughter 10 vealers reto weak; early $10 load stocker bids for fat -Cattlesteers and and generally en fair to me- to good fed weighty fat canners and cutvealer top $11; head: prospects hopeful of and packing sows $8 SUGAR MARKET -Raw sugar was were reported. 3.65c or unlast week, with the single March ship1-16e to 20 cost duty paid. March, which covering, raw under liquidation with European aban tons.

March 1.85c. Sepand January refined was reported, nearby requireunchanged at 4.950 YORK, Foreign Exchanges. exin Great Britain in dollars, demand 4.85⅞c; cables, banks 4.82⅜. 3.91 5-16; cables, cables, 5.28¾. Treasury Balance.

-The United Treasury balance announced Monbusiness Feb. 20 was Customs receipts for the $24,525,575,45. Sinary expenditures $0,536,227.63. 3 Trade on New York Curb Exchange Complete Report of Deals With High, Low and Close, by Direct Leased Wire to The Record-Telegram. 3 Irving Air Ch 16 16 5 Ital Superpow A.

13 2 Int Holding 5 5 3 Int Superpow 36 36 3 Jerome 1 Johnson Mot 41 41 41 1 Kirby Pet 2 2 2 1 Kan Cit 25 25 25 9 Kolster 1 1 1 Lakey 9 9 9 2 Lefcourt Realty 1 Lefc Realty 35 9 Lehman Corp 6 Leonard Oil 37 36 36 7 Lily Tulip Cup 2 Lion Oil 20 20 20 3 Loews war 10 9 17 Long Isl 50 51 22 Marine Midland 43 2 Marion 24 Mavis Bot Co 1 Mayflower Asso 6. 2 59 Memphis 16 16 16 3 Merch Sec A 27 26 26 1 Merritt 86 2 Mesabi Iron 2 2 2 1 Liberty Bak 41 4 4 1 Metal Min 11 41 Marshall Field 51 51 2 Metro Ch Strs 24 24 24 Mid Ut 1 Mid Ut A war. 2 Mid Ut pf xw.103⅞ 2 Miller Sons 28 1 Miss sub war 20 42 Mo Kan 22 1 Mock Judson 24 24 24 8 Mohawk 1 pf. 12 1 Mount Gulf Oil 1. 14 Mount Prod 11 Munic Serv 9 8 3.

8 4 Nat Amer Co 81, 8 1 5 Nat Aviation 12 11 2 Nat Fam Strs 18 18 4 Midl Stl 2 pf 21 29 Nat Invest 26 26 26 1 Nat Bak 65 65 65 10 Nat Pub Serv A. 24 3 Nat Stl 63 62 62 3 Nat Un Radio 8 7 8 Nelson Corp 31 31 5 Ariz 5 5 7 Newmont Min 119 118 118 13 Newport Co 32 32 1 Newport rts 5 Invest 50 6 pf as.101 101 101 1 6 New Eng rts 8 8 8 67 Niag Pow 15 163 65 Niag A war. 4 7 Niag war. 9 9 9 3 Niles Bem 39 39 5 3 Noranda Mines 2 Northam 34 33 34 52 Am 8 1 Nor Am 3 3 3 1 States Pow 180 180 26 Ohio Copper 1 1 2 Ohio Sv A 67 5 Outboard Mot A. 14 13 13 Outboard Mot 6 6 5 Otis Elev 80 79 79 5 Oving Br pt 4 Pac Bisc pf 65 65 7 Pac Pub Sv 36 36 1 4 Pac T' 24 23 23 1 Pac West Oil 15 151 6 Pandem Oil 2 Pantepec Oil Ven 2 2 Paramount 10 107.

1 Parke Davis 371. 60 Pennroad Corp 14 1 Penn 86 8618 1 Perryman El 9 9 9 18 Pet Milk pf 20 8 Philip Morris 1 Phillipp 16 175 Pied Nor 79 77 79 9 Pilot Radio A 12 121 3 Polymet Mfg 14 14 24 Prince Whitely 9 5 9 5 Prince pf 37 3712 20 Prudential Inv 17 26 Pub Util Hold 20 20 20 Puget Pw pl as 99 19 Radio 20 20 150 Ry Lt Sec 74 74 74 5 Rainbow Pr A 11 7 Rainbow Pr 6 5 61 2 Reiter Foster 2 21, 1 Reliable 3 Reliance Manag 213 1 Reynolds Bros 6 6 6 8 Republic Stl Corp 76 73 4 Republic Stl 1 Reynolds Metal 251 25 42 251 1 Roan Ant Cop 28 28 28 2 Rockld tr ct 24 24 24 1 Ross Stores 1 1 1 Ryan Cons 3 300 Saf Car as.130 2 St Anthony Gold. 1 23 St Regis 23 6 Salt Ck Prod 12 12 1 Schlettler Zand 8 8 8 6 Segal Lock 5 3 Selberling Rubber 11 14 6 Selected Indus 9 9 5 Selec Ind 2d pd. 74 73 74 23 Sentry Control. 7 7 7 7 Shenandoah 13 13 7 Shenandoah pf 42 1 Sierra Pac 5 Silica Gel Corp ef 28 28 28 10 Singer Mfg as ...510 510 510 2 Sisto Financial 23 23 3 Sonora Prod 78 78 2 So Am 1 5 So Cal Ed rts N.

3 3 3 3 3 5 So Cal Ed 23 23 2 So Penn Oil 373 1 So Ice Util A. 6 6 3 So Ice Util 7 8 19 Gas Util 11 10 103. 12 Span 38 Stand Oil Ind 50 3 Stand Oil Kan 28 28 3 Stand Oil Ky 36u 36 1 Std Oil Ohio 86 86 86 1 Starrett Corp 22 22 22 2 Sterchi Bros 17 17 2 Strauss Roth Srs. 5 Stutz Motor 2 2 2 2 Sun Invest pt 41 41 41 10 Sunray Oil 6 6 6 1 Superheater 43 1 Swift Co 321 2 Tampa EL 69 68 3 Teck Hugh Gold. 6 6 6 14 Technicolor Inc 80 79 79 7 Thermoid Co 22 8 Third Nat Inv 42 41 41 2 Tishman Rity 45 45 18 7 Tob Prod Exp 1 8 Tonopah Dev 1 15 Transam Corp 46 45 45 13 Trans A Tr 9 8 8 7 Tr Lux Pict 5 5 14 24 Tri Corp 15 15 15 5 Tri Cn Corp 82 3 Tri Coorp war.

6 1 Tri Utilities 20 Tub A Silk as.131⅛ 131 131 4 Ulen Co 18 3 Unger Fin Corp. 35 34 35 1 Un Am Invest 35 35 35 25 Un Tobacco 52 78 3 Un Carr Fast 15 15 1 15 1 Un Chem pt pt 7 Un Corp war 20 20 20 14 Un Dry Dock 8 71 8 30 Un Elec Serv rts. 1 1 1 82 United Gas 29 29 29 203 Un A 41 39 3 Un conv pt. 106 106 25 Trans Cp rts. 3 2 2 88 Fdrds Corp.

43 43 21 Int Sec 70 68 70 1 Shoe Mach 32 Sec 2 pd 71 68 68 1 Dairy Pr A 59 89 59 1 Dairy Pr B. 18 18 18 2 Finish 24 24 24 250 El Power 20 19 1 Financial 2 Finish 24 24 24 2 Gypsum 46 45 45 90 Gyp pf A as.110 110 110 1 Lines pf 15 2 Un Verde Ext 13 Util Equities 15 16 87 Util Lt 22 21 1 Util ctf 58 58 58 20 Util Ind 21 21 19 Vacuum Oil 93 93 2 Venezulean Pet 5 Vick Finance 8 8 4 Bond 13 13 50 Walgreen Co 50 1 Wayne Pump 13 13 13 2 Wenden Cop 14 14 15 West Air Exp 39 38 39 4 Wil Low Cafe 8 8 2 Winter Benj 5 5 5 Domestic Bonds. Sales in 1 Ala Power 5 68.101¼ 1 Alum Ltd 5 48 5 Am 6 95 90 95 95 12 Am 5 28. 6 Am 6 2016.107 6 Am Roll 6 48 99 21 Appal Pow 5 66. 97 96 3 3 8 As 5 68 1 As Sim Hd 33 18 As Tel 44 394 69 4 Belgo Can 6 43 95 95 95 2 Can 5 A 55.100½ 3 Can 5B57 ..100 100 100 1 6 33 ..101 101 101 Can Ry 5 54.100¼ Cap Ad 5A53 xw.

76 75 1 75 14 Caro 5 56 14 CStEl 54 81 81 10 CStEI 5 48 78 78 4 5 53. 90 89 90 2 Cit Ser 5 66 83 83 83 2 Cit Ser 42. 2 Cit Sr Pw 52. 86 86 1 Clev Tr Bld 6 41. 97 97 97 5 A 58.

86 86 86 3 Cnt 3 Cudahy 37. 9 Cudahy 5 46 15 Det Gs 6 A 47.105¼ 7 Det Gs 5 50. 98 98 3 Det In Br 7 52 54 521 5 Det In Br 52. 75 75 75 5 A 37 ww 79 79 7 Ed Ele Ill 5 100 100 4 Emp 42. 1 Fed Wir 54.

4 Firestn Ct 5 48 901 2 Firstn Tr 5 42.. 93 Fisk Rub 31 63 63 63 1 13 Fla 5 54 86 86 86 2 Lk 6 A 50.101½ 12 Gatineau 5 56. 913 3 Gatineau 6 41 2 Gn Ind AI 44. 83 82 82 7 Gen Ryn 6 A 48 72 72 77 Gen The Eq 6 44.137 1 5 30wi 2 Geo Pow 5 67.. Gn 6 95 95 95 3 2 GIf 01 Pa 5 47.101 101 101 21 GIf 01 Pa 5 37.101 100 34 101 16 GIf St Ut 5 A 56.

94 94 5 Hood Rub 36. 80 80 8 0 15 Hs G1 Gs 43 76 75 75 5 Hs Gf Gs 6 A 43. 80 79 80 13 Hygrd Fd 6 A 49. 66 66 2 Ill 5 89 89 89 1 111 54. 97 8 Indp ol 6 39 .100 3 Indnpls 12 Inland Utl 6 34.

99 98 1 99 244 Insul Ut Iv 6 40.106¼ 105 3 Intrl PS 7 57. 2 Interl Sc Am 5 47 82 82 82 1 Intrs Pw 5 57. 3 Invst Co 5A47xW 2 Invst Eq 5A47xw. 75 75 75 1 Kn 6A2022.102¼ 4 Kelvnatr 6 36 78 78 9 Kop 50.101 Kop 5 47. 98 97 4 Leh PS 6A2026.103¾ 1 Lib MeN 5 42 93 92 92 4 Lng Isl Lt 0 45.105½ 1 Mintb A 51.

97 97 97 1 67. 96 1 Hygrd Fd 6 49. 59 59 59 5 MsRvF16 44 xw. 93 93 3 Morris Co 30.100¾ 11 Nargnst 5 57 98 983 4 Nthn Strs 6 38 70 70 70 1 Nt Ph Sr 5 78 76 76 3 76 2 Neb Pw 6 A 22.107⅛ 1 5 47. 87 NYFrInc5 48ww 86 86 86 11 Invst 5 47.

88 88 88 26 41. 67 0 02 92 9414 Niag Fls 6 50. 09 901. 68 Nor Am Ed 5 69. 95 Nr In Pb Sr 5 69.

99 99 1 Nr St Pw 33.102¼ 1021 Legal Records Suits Filed in District Courts. Buela Grace McWilliams VS. F. A. McWilliams, divorce and injunction.

H. V. Campbell vs. Fidelity Trust Company, debt and receivership. M.

L. Perrin VS. Hattie Perrin, divorce. A. B.

Smith vs. Tarrant County, damages. P. G. Craig vs.

Cleo Craig, receivership, W. M. Dale VS. Ona May Dale, divorce. Wright Crossman Motor Company va.

Don M. Buffington, suit on note. A. G. Jackson vs.

Ida Mae Jackson, divorce. Alexandra Wulff vs. Enrique Wulff, divorce. R. W.

Smith vs. Lumbermen's Reciprocal Association, compensation. Fort Worth Morris Plan, VS. American Employers Insurance Company, suit on claim. Wood W.

Graham vs. George C. Schoonmaker, debt. Wood W. Graham vs.

Zenith Oil Corporation, garnishment. E. L. Foscue vS. Thelma Foscue, divorce.

C. Willard Aiken vs. Geraldine Agnes Logan Aiken, annulment. B. F.

Gilbert vs. Eunice Hudson, debt. Jessie Malfatti vs. Frank Malfatti, divorce. John Vitasek VS.

C. C. Hill at debt and foreclosure. Montie Alexander vs. E.

C. Alexander, divorce. Helen McNelley VS. L. C.

McNelley, divorce. Suits Filed in County Courts. Zeno C. Ross et al. vs.

George C. Schoonmaker, suit on note. Zeno C. Ross et al. vs.

Zenith Oil Corporation, garnishee; garnishment, Guy O. Street VS. Estella May Dean, appealed from Justice Court. Seventeenth Distriet Court. HON.

FRANK P. CULVER JR. JUDGE. Nell Smith VS. J.

C. Smith, divorce granted. HON. BRUCE YOUNG, JUDGE. Forty District Court.

Catherine Shepherd VS. Max Shepherd, divorce granted. Sixty -seventh District Court. HON. JAMES E.

MERCER, JUDGE. Thelma Hagood VS. B. P. Hagood, divorce granted.

Alvean Reed Housewright vs. Charles C. Housewright, divorce granted. Catherine Holden V8, Clyde Holden, divorce granted. Aubrey L.

Martin vs. Edna Martin, divorce granted. Mrs. C. Lynch vs.

J. H. Lynch, divorce granted. C. W.

Goerte vs. J. J. Peacock, judgment. County Court at Law No.

2. HON. P. J. SMALL.

JUDGE. Southern Chemical Manufacturing Company, V8. Ballard Ice and Fuel Company, dismissed at cost of plaintiff. Notices of Intention to Marry. Henry Dickerson and Odella Adams, Dallas.

Benjamin Funtz, 312 Spring. and Gudalupe Gustos, city. Johnnie Barton. 'Azle Route, and Gladys Tacker, Azle. Willis Taylor Fannie Palms.

Marriage, Licenses. J. M. Dodd and Christina Louise Hartman. Charles E.

Brown and Lorella Sullivan, Melvin Edward Partin and Jessie Modena Bailey. Edwin H. Linke and Susie Winifred Ellis. W. H.

Collins and Mildred Griffin, Chicago Produce. CHICAGO, Feb. steady; receipts 3 trucks; fowls, 24 springs 28c; broilers roosters 20c; turkeys 25c; heavy ducks geese -Butter--Market easy; receipts 12,519 tubs; creamery extras standards extra firsts firsts 32 seconds Eggs--Market easy: receipts 22,891 cases; extra firsts 27c; graded first 26 ordinary firsts St. Louis Grain. ST.

LOUIS, Feb. 24. -Wheat-No. 2 red $1.23. Corn--No.

4 mixed 72e; No. 3 yellow No. 3 white 80c. Oats---No. 2 white Close: Wheat--May July $1.09.

Corn--May July to 10 Pur 6 60 991 9 Ohio Pw 5 52.100¾ 100 6 Oh Pw 56. 92 2 Oh Rv Ed 5 51. 6 Simns 5 44 ww. 1 Osw Rv Pw 6 31. 1 Pc 57.

94 94 94 1 Pa Dk 6 49.102 1013 13 PaOhEd 6 50 xw. 102 15 PaOhEd 5 59 81 81 81 1 79 ww 2 Pts Stl 6 48 102 12 49.100½ 2 Ptme Ed 96 100 5 QnsBrGs 1 Rehstr Cn Pw 5. 1 6 47 70 70 70 1S A 5 58. 92 2 SchulteRE6 35xw 73 73 73 1 2 SniderPk 6 32. 71 71 7 1 St Cal Ed 5 44.101 101 101 14 So C1 Ed 5 13 So Ci Ed 5 52.101 101 12 Sou Nat 6 44..

93 1 Southw 6 A.103⅛ 11 Stand 6 57. 981 2 Sun Oil 22 Swift Co 6 32 1 Tex Gas 5 48 81 81 81 1 Tex 5 56 8 Thermoid Co 6 34 94 94 94 1 United Oil 8 31 70 70 70 25 Tri Util 5 79 83 10 Union El 5 67 n.101¼ 21 Un 52. 87 86 4 Un 6 A 52.101¼ 101 1 Rub 34.. 17 Util 5 59 ww 85 1 Van Pk 6 68 81 81 81 5 Waldorf Ast 7 54 91 91 91 20 Webster 33.104⅝ 8 West Del 6 44. 91 90 91 19 Wash 5 60..

99 99 2 West A 57.122 122 122 59 Un .100 6 Westv Chi 37.102½ 102 Foreign Bonds. 13 Baden 7 51 3 Bogota 7 47 81 81 81 2 Buen A Pr 47.100 100 100 3 Cauca Val 7 48 75 76 75 5 Chile 7 60 93 13 Chile 6 62.. 87 9 Com Priv 37 86 86 2 Cuban A 41.108 108 108 1 Danish 55 1 Danzig 52.. 1 Den Bk 5 72 98 98 98 20 East Pr 6 30 99 99 8 Europ 7 67. 87 30 Europ El 35.100⅛ 100 6 Fin Ind Bk 7 44.

99 1 99 991 1 Finld Bk 6 61 82 821 821 1 First Boh 7 1 Gelsenkirchen 6 34 93 12 Ger Mun 7 47.. 93 93 15 Ger 6 47 84 84 6 Hambg 38. 85 85 3 Hanover 7 39.. 961 1 25 Isarco El 7 52. 88 89 7 It 6 A 63 xw 2 Maranhao Br 7 58 1 Parana Br 7 58..

76 76 76 5 Prussia FS 6 52.. 85 85 2 Rio Jan 614 59... 75 75 10 Ruhr A 53 83 833 Rumania Inst 7 59 Santa Fe A 7 45 86 8612 8614 5 1 Stinnes 7 46 xw. 1 Tietz 71 46 xw 94 94 94 2 United Stl Wk 89 PERSIAN ENVOY STILL ILL IN U. S.

HOSPITAL WASHINGTON. Feb. 24. Mirza Davoud Khan Meftah, Persian minister to the United States, lay ill in Garfield Hospital here today under the care of two specialists, who said they had not yet diagnosed the illness with which he was suddenly stricken Saturday. Meftah was at the Persian legation when taken ill and was immediately removed to the hospital.

STATE CHARTERS AUSTIN, Feb. Golden Surber Hardware Company, Bowie: capital stock $7,000. Incorpora- tors. G. H.

Golden. G. E. Surber, Mrs. E.

E. Golden. Floyd A. Smith Company, garage. Lafors: capital stock $15,000.

InFloyd A. Smith, J. M. Dodcorporators, son, N. G.

Smith. Port Arthur Building Material ComPort Arthur; capital stock $50,000. pany. Incorporators, B. S.

Woodhead, J. T. Woodhead. G. D.

Anderson. Kennedy's Shoe Store, Texarkana; capital stock $10,000. Incorporators, L. S. Kennedy, Gus Kennedy, Lutta Kennedy.

Producers Co-operative Packing Association, Dallas; capital stock $50.000,000. Addison Cage, C. R. Incorporators, Cox, WV. E.

Richards. Donna May, merchandise, Galveston: capital stock $1,500. Incorporators, Mrs. Donna May, David May, Mrs. Mira May Sanders.

Six-O-Eight Service Station, garage, Tyler; capital stock $10.000. Incorporators, V. M. Mahr, A. Leo Edens, Homer Pittman.

Exchange Building Company, Eastcapital stock $75,285. Incorporaland; J. L. Johnson, J. E.

Lewis, Jotors, seph M. Weaver. George E. Darsey Company, merchanGrapeland; capital stock $100,000. dise, Lorena Darsey, George E.

Incorporators, Darsey, Murdock E. Darsey. Amendments: Petroleum Corporation. DalFebrian place of business to Fort las; changing Worth. Workmen's Loan and Finance CompaCorsicana; increasing capital stock ny, from $3,000 to $13,000.

GOVERNMENT SECURITIES NEW YORE, Feb. are low and closing prices of Monday's high, bonds on the New York Stock Exchange total sales of each bond. and the States Government Bonds. United (Dollars and thirty $1.000. High.

Low. Close. Sales in Lib 32 47 99.16 99.10 99.16 36 Lib3 reg 32 47 99.08 99.08 99.08 30 Lib 1 32 47 101.00 100.28 100.29 6 Lib 4 33 38 101.08 101.06 101.06 29 38 101.02 101.02 101.02 Libi 5 Tre 4 44 54 ....106.29 106.29*106.29 10 Trs 33, 46 56 ..104.00 104.00 104.00 24 Trs 40 43 99.19 99.19 99.13 Fort Worth Produce. following prices are to producers The products delivered at Fort Worth, as on Monday by the United States quoted Market News Service: Market dull; hens, heavy 19c, Poultry 17c pound; fryers, small small old roosters 12c pound; turkeys, pound; toms and hens 23c, No. 29 No.

1s young 13c pound. Eggs--Receipts heavy, market weakfresh gathered firsts mostly er; 22c dozen, $6.50 cases returned. steady; packing stock Butter--Market country butter pound. Naval Stores. SAVANNAH, Feb.

sales, 200; receipts, shipments, 461; stock, 5,314. 99; Rosin--Firm; sales, 615; receipts, 400: stock, 96,031. shipments, Quote-B. $6.40: $6.65 $7.15 F. $7.25 7.85: I.

WG, wW aud $8. Chicago Hides. CHICAGO. Feb. were quotations Monday on the spot ruling hides market: Texas steers, extra light Heavy to heavy native Texas steers, steers, 14c to Liverpool Wheat.

Feb. wheat: LIVERPOOL, White Pacific 98 1d, per 100 pounds per bushel): No. 2 Manitoba 99 (81 Rosafe, 63 pounds, 7s 10g close: March 78, ($1.11 Wheat May 88, July 85, 3 3 3 3 3 er's Rail Ow ardse around classes pack sident wherever Quality steer 9 of any scored realized Remeet buyers light- pply for next for thing Choices from $13.251 pts were 5.000 wer than weak to Duke some day's Berate Chi169, ist Mon. nd 8.000 ruled offer. mar the Aged 1gc.

The pounded 11.25. vilexes. upward Nosed ES estment Fort Manwere the calf 585 tea Car- ught by ged 502 00 htier COST 01 00 001 00 501 11.00 30 501 00 AN practical best JOSEPH. active around 1.10 Peavies 8.60 top, 9.15 9.10 Worth 9.15 5.00 501 75 3.680 19,65 11.35 11.55 11.35 9.00 9.00 71.500. weizh- Ros- Price $13.00 12.35 12.00 11.25 10.75 11.00 11.00 11.25 13.00 11.76 12.50 12.50 11.50 $10 NEW YORK, Feb.

is the official list of transactions on the New York Curb Exchange, giving all stocks and bonds traded: Stocks. Sales in 100s: High. Low. Close. 4 Aero Sup 12 12 2 Ainsworth Mfg 25 25 13 Ail Am Gn Crp 17 3 Allegheny Gas 2 Allied Aviation 4 Allied Int Inv 6 6 6 1 Almnm Co Am .310 310 310 10 Am Arch 6 5 A.m Br Bov Fd 11 11 11 9 Am Chain 49 18 Am Cit 23 23 5 Am Colortype 19 Am Cm Pw A 26 26 1 Aetna Rubber 7 7 7 6 Am CmPw op W.

3 6 Am Cnt Olfids 14 26 Am Cyan 26 26 26 1 Ala Pow pf 7 ..112 12 Am Equities 18 18 30 Am Fr Pw 71 70 70 2 Ald Mtr In 18 35 Am Gs El 130 3 Am Gs El pf 9 Am Invet 12 12 12 1 Am Invst War 5 5 5 1 AIn Lt Tr ....262 262 262 2 Am Maracaibo 214 2 Am Nat Gas 9 48 9 2 Am Salamandra 58 57 8 Am SIv Ch 14 15 5 Am pf. 26 26 7 Am Sts Pb Sr A 25 26 25 229 A.m Superpwr 28 28 1 Am Suprpw 1s pf 98 98 98 2 Am Yvette nw 5 5 1 Amrad Corp 28 28 5 Anchr Ps Fnc 8 Ang Am VL cod. 15 3 Ang Nr Hid 3 3 3 1 Apex Electric 16 15 15 1 Apponaug 1 Arctrs Rad Tub 15 151 18 Ark Nat Gas 12 34 Ark Nat Gag A 12 11 11 1 Aso Dy Prnt 2 2 2 10 Aso El Ind Ltd 61 6 14 26 Aso Gs El A 5 As Gs El db rts 9 5 As Gs El db rts 9 8 8 5 Assoc Laun 1 1 1 Associated Ryn 6 6 6 2 Asso Ryn pt as. 2 Atlantic Lobos 3 8 78 1 Atlas Plywd 04 24 24 1 Atm Vt Meh 7 7 1 Atm Vt cv pr pt 15 15 15 2 Aviation Crdt 14 14 3 Axton Fs Th A. 11 Bahia Corp 4 3 2 Bellanca Arcf vte 8 125 Bell Tel Can as.157 157 157 1 Bickford pf 33 33 33 2 Bliss 26 35 Blue Ridge 11 11 18 Blue Rdg cv pl 40 40 4 Blumenthal 44 43 43 4 Brzl Tr Lt 37 36 1 Brdgpt Mchn 31 3 14 8 Brill A 1318 13 13 3 Brillo Mig 13 13 13 1 Atlas Stores 24 24 213 8 Atm Ms Ins A 1014 5 Avia Secur 1 Bi pf.

251 4 Bwana M'Kubua 51 51 3 Cable Rad vie. 3 1 3 1 Cable Wire B. 1 119 1 14 3 CAM Co vte 1 57 Can Pac new 53 52 52 255 Can Mare Wire 4 5 2 Carib S. 5 Celluloid Corp 16 15 15 33 Cent Ser A xd. 38 34 38 49 Cent Sta Elec 27 28 1 Cent El pf xw.

73 73 73 1 Cin 6 pl 37 97 97 5 Chain Strs Stock. 14 1414 3 Chief Cons 5 new 58 58 193 Cities Service 32 4 Cit Serv pf 88 88 1 Cit Serv pf xd 1 Cleve El Illu 75 76 75 3 Cleve Tractor 1 Colg Palm 6 Colombian Syn 34 78 78 1 Colon Oil 6 6 6 1 ColumbusAP cv pt .25 25 25 10 Com Edison 60 Com Sou 5 10 Commun 15 16 1 Comstock Tun 1 1 1 1 Cons Aircraft 15 15 15 7 Cons Cop 71, 12 Cons Dairy Pr 15 14 15 9 Cons 15 ConsGE Balt rts. 4 78 4 50 ConsGEBalt pf as.100 100 100 4 Cons Instru 4 7 Cons Laund 13 13 13 18 Cons Ret Strs 13 12 13 1 Cont Me 80 Cord Corp 3 15 16 1 pt 75 75 75 54 Cortez Silver 1 14 1 Coty Soc Anon ret 401 1. Courtaulds Ltd 11 22 Creole Pet 6 5 5 3 Cresson Gold 78 3 32 Crocker Wh 27 26 26 9 Curtiss Wr 5 Cusi Mex Min 1 11 1 Dayton Airp 12 Deere Co new. 122 113 113 1 De Forest Radio.

4 4 4 12 Derby Oil 5 4 5 8 Detroit Airc 6 5 6 163 Dixie Crucible as.163 24 Dixie Gas Ut 14 1 Dolores Esper 14 3 Douglas Aire 15 15 15 1 Draper Corp 64 4 Dresser Mfg 40 40 40 3 Driver Harris 63 63 6 Dubilier Cond 10 9 9 200 Duke Power 183 187 6 Durant Mot 2 East Gas 54 54 54 3 East Sta Pow B. 26 106 Eisler Elec 18 18 18 75 Eisler rts 506 El Bond 97 95 3 101 pt 4 El Pow Asso 32 31 32 13 El Pow Asso 29 2 El opt war. 37 36 36 19 Elec Share 25 26 1 Elec Share pf 95 1 Emp 8 pf. 86 86 2 Emp Power 55 6 Emp Pub A 23 21 23 3 Eng opt war 1 Europ Elec 8 Fabrics Finish 5 5 2 Fairchild Avia A. 6 6 6 2 Fansteel Prod 13 13 13 1 Fed Metals 23 1 Fin Invest 3 1 First Nat Cop 14 14 2 Fokker Airc 19 19 1 Foltis Fischer 6 6 2 Ford Mot Can A.

29 28 Ford Motor Ltd. 12 13 3 Foremost Dairy 9 9 9 1 Foremost pf 16 16 16 18 Fourth Nat 45 16 Fox Thea A 7 7 7 Gen Bak 3 31 14 Gen Bak pf 39 1 Gen Cable war 12 25 Gen Elec Ltd reg 11 1 Gen Empire 1 Gen Fireprfg 33 55 Gen A 14 5 Gen Pet new 7 Gen Realty Ut. 12 11 11 3 Gen Realty pt 81 5 Globe Underw 16 16 16 11 Gold Coin 4 Gold Seal El 2 2 42 Golden Cent 6 5 22 Goldman Sachs 39 5 Gotham Knit 3 Graymur 37 37 60 Gt 20 Gt 1 pf as.116½ 1 Grief Bro pf 90 90 90 4 Groe Str Pr 2 Ground 1 Guenther Rud 29 29 29 3 Gulf Pa 133 132 133 6 Hap Candy St A 1 1. 4 Humble 83 8 Hydro El Serv 421 41 41 22 Imp Can 231 81 Ind Ter Illum 39 38 1 Indust Fin cf 23 Insull Util 66 66 1 Ins Co A 79 79 79 14 Intercon Pet 10 Internat Pet -8 18 1 Inter Prod 61. 6 13 Int 11 10 10 1 Int Util war 3 Intersta Equitics.

11 1 Int Eq evt pf 44 Other Grains Follow Downward Movement Selling Attributed to Scattered Holders With Exhausted Margins. to By Associated Press. NEW YORK, Feb. prices drifted lower in the dullest session of the Stock Exchange in more than a month Monday. Further di drastic declines in the wheat and cotton markets and indecisive week-end business reports effectively turned the damper on speculative enthusism.

Total sales were only 2.320.430 shares, about 240,000 less than Friday's. Losses were largely moderate. the price index of 90 leading shares showIng a decline of less than 2 points, and the market suffered primarily from lack of demand rather than extensive offerings. A "bear" group operating from Southern resorts was said to have applied a little pressure here and there, but it was of a cautious sort. The opinion prevails in Wall Street that the depression in commodity prices is rapidly passing its most acute stages.

but the situation, particularly at this season of the year, is beclouded with uncertainty, with the Farm Board presenting a new element of untested influence. The probble effects upon business are found extraordinarly difficult to estimate. Business news coming to hand over the holiday week-end gave little clew to what may be expected in the way cf a Spring revival. The recovery 80 encouraging earlier in the year has lost its snap, and before another pronounced upswing is experienced, most observers are looking for at least three or four more weeks of indecisive trends. A disappointing item of the day's news was a report that steel 1 mill operations in the Youngstown area had slipped off to about 74 of capacity, compared to 77 per cent a few days ago.

More pleasing was the announcement that directors of Coca Cola had increased the common dividend rate from $4 to $6 annually. Developments ushering in the longheralded period of unusually cheap money have been disappointingly tardy of late. Call money, after renewing at 4 per cent Monday, rose to as banks called more than $60.000,000 in loans, evidently having overloaned themselves to take advantage of the holiday week end. Time money showed sympathetic firmness, and commercial paper, while still quoted at 4 per cent for prime names, displayed a firmer undertone. Despite lower rates, there appears A8 yet no great plentitude of bank credit for business loans and mortgages over much of the country.

United States Steel closed at 179 off net. and 10 points below its recently established 1930 high. Utilities generally sagged, with American and Foreign Power losing more than 3 points. in response to rumors of a forthcoming offering of senior securities. Other shares closing 2 or 3 points lower included American Can, American Telephone, Atchison, Canadian Pacific, Corn Products, International Telephone, Montgomery Ward, Johns-Manville, Westinghouse Electric and Northern Pacific.

Safeway Stores and Lackawanna lost 4 points, Gulf States Steel 6 and J. I. Case 8. Standard of New York responded to the proposed Vacuum merger a gain of a point. Public Service of New Jersey gained as much, Devoe.

Reynolds A and Columbian Carbon closed 2 higher and American Bank Note and Coca Cola 3. Foreign exchanges were steady to firm, with sterling cables ruling at up 1-16. BOSTON STOCKS BOSTON, Feb. 24. Quotations on Boston Stock Exchange follow: Sales- High.

Low. Close. 5167 Am Fndrs 26 25 615 Am Tel Tel 230 230 65 Cop Range 15 12 100 East Butte 9 9 9 238 Gas Fuel 295 Edi El Ill .254 245 254 51 Employ Group 26 26 26 40 Fst Nat Stores 56 56 15 Gilchrist 13 13 13 531 Gillette 96 96 42 Inter Carriers 16 16 161 60 Island Creek 40 40 45 Nw Eng 575 Arth, Butte 3 230 Dominion 8 8 7459 Quincy 32 100 Torrington 62 60 60 100 Tower Mfg 1 14 1 1 262 Unit Fruit 86 87 960 Unit Fndrs 43 42 43 70 Utah Apex DRY GOODS NEW Feb. goods weaker following a further break were in speculative cotton prices. Milder has developed an active demand weather and more trading for imfor topcoats mediate delivery is reported in Spring and topcoatings for immediate suitings, silk was weaker, trade cutting.

Raw quiet. New York Produce. NEW YORK, Feb. steady; receipts creamery, higher than ex(92 score), 35c; 36c; extra firsts (88 to 91 score), packmake, No. 1, 26e; No.

ing stock, current 2, 25c. state Cheese steady: receipts whole milk flats, fresh, fancy, fancy fancy special 24 26c. dressed irregular; chickens, Poultry, 40c; fowls, fresh or frozen frozen 28 22 30c; roosters, fresh turkeys, fresh 32 frozen Egga weak and unsettled; receipts 904; mixed colors, fresh gathered extras extra firsts seconds 27c; refrigerator firsts seconds hennery brown, extras 20 0 22 nearby chickens by Poultry--Live, firm: freight, express not 35 quoted; broilers, freight, 30c; express, express, fowls, freight, 19c; freight 17c, express roosters, express turkeys, freight freight 22c, express 26c. ducks, Metal Market. NEW YORK, Feb.

quiet; and future 18, electrolytic spot No. 2 f. 0. b. Eastern Iron quiet; Buffalo 16.50 Pennsylvania 17: Alabama nearby 38.37; fu13 Tin easy; spot and ture 38.62.

York 6.25; 1 East Lead quiet; spot New St. Louis Louis spot and 6.10. Zinc easy; East St. future 5.16. Antimony 9.25.

Stocks- .100 103 Acme Brick Co 7 pid 111 7 pid 109 Dallas 3 ..100 102 Co Dalias Co 6 pid 99 6 pfd 96 La Pow Lt Co 99 6 pfd 96 Miss 102 Co Pub Ser 7 pid 112 7 pid 109 Pow Lt 113 114 Tex Pow Lt Co 7 pid 102 6 pid 100 Tex Pow Lt 92 96 Tex Util Co 6 pfd KANSAS Kansas CITY, City Feb. Produce. cents. Butter, butter fat, creamery, 40 in packing 15 cents, quantities, 39 cents; large 28 cents; butter, 21 cents; broilers, Poultry- -Hens, 19 to 16 cents: roosters, 12 to 28 cents; Springs, 25 cents. Quicksilver 12.

SOUTHWESTERN Stocks. SECURITIES. Bid. Asked. Preferred Minneapolis Flour.

MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. lots family patents changed: in barrel in 98- carload quoted at a shipments 41,747. pound cotton sacks; Bran $23 BY CHARLES D. MICHAELS. CHICAGO, Feb.

after wave of liquidation swept over the North American wheat markets today, each decline catching a new lot of stop loss orders, Prices at the inside here showed a decline of as much as 7c from Friday's finish, support being lacking on the way down except such as came from shorts and from holders of daily a and weekly bids. The close was on a rally of around 1c from the inside figures with net losses of with March May Weakness in the Winnipeg and Liverpool markets had some effect here, but there was nothing in the general run of the news to account for the persistent selling. In the main the latter represented scattered holders going out of small lines due to exhausted margins. Winnipeg broke from the finish of Friday and closed lower, while Liverpool was lower. Buenos Aires showed pronounced resistance to pressure was off only 1c from Friday and Rosario lost There was lack of the sensational in the action of the wheat market, and nothing that bordered on the semipanicky feeling which prevailed on Oct.

24, when the May delivery dropped to from a high of the previous day. March at the low sold down to 103, or 7c under Friday's finish and was 60c under the high point of last August, while May touched a drop of from the recent high. Some uncertainty was noticable on the part of buyers due to reports from Omaha and some of the Southwestern markets indicating that a shortage in storage room might restrict purchases of country run grain at the Farm Board loaning levels by the co-operatives who were acting for the stabilization corporation. Action of the provincial governments of the Canadian prairie provinces taking united action to guarantee the margins of the pool to the banks attracted little ted attention nor did further reference by Liverpool to unfavorable conditions in Canada. Despite the drastic decline in futures there was lack of export business at the seaboard sales of only 300,000 to 400,000 bushels reported in all positions.

Weather over the Winter wheat belt was unusually mild, with temperatures of above 80 in parts of Kansas, the highest on record with the forecast for colder. While there was apprehension of damage should temperatures drop very low, there was relatively little buying. While corn showed stubborn resistance to selling pressure early, the continued decline in wheat finally resulted in general liquidation developing which uncovered stop loss orders and prices broke from Friday's finish to a nev low on the crop. Short covering and buyagainst bids caused an upturn of ing over 1c from the inside figures with the close lower, March being 82c at the last and May The trade is now inclined to look for smaller receipts owing to country roads having broken up. Interior stocks are said to be light.

An increase of 2,138,000 bushels in the visible supply made the total 21,067,000 bushels against 32,488,000 bushels last year. All deliveries of oats dropped to a new low for the season and closed lower with commission house longs persistent sellers on the way down. March finished at and May at Weakness in other grain was the main influence. Seeding is under way in Kansag and Oklahoma. A fairly large trade was under way in rye, and while the March was regarded as hard to buy at times there was persistent selling of May by houses with Eastern connections.

Spreading between rye and corn furnished part of the business. All deliveries sold at a new low for the season, and closed lower with March May Scattered liquidation by holders of lard and bellies, due to a break of 10c to 25c in hogs, with larger receipts, combined with the demoralization in grains and poor buying support, carried prices down. The close was at the bottom, with lard to and bellies 20c to lower than Friday's close. The of the lard market is said to be position healthy with a good consumption and moderate prices. WINNIPEG GRAIN WINNIPEG, Feb.

24. -Continued weakness in Liverpool was accompanied by a further recession of to cents wheat prices as the grain market here in opened Monday. Trading was light and export demand failed to appear. May opened 1 to cents lower at July was down to cents at $1.16, and October dropped cent to $1.17 to Wheat close: May July May flax close, $2.52. Cash Wheat--No.

1 Northern No. 2 Northern No. 3 Northern 0. 2 white oats No. 3 white Fort Worth Grain Stocks.

Following shows stocks of grain in elevators and warehouses of Fort Worth at the close Saturday as reported to Secretary E. B. Wooten the Fort Worth Grain and Cotton Exchange, with previous records for comparison: Feb. 22, Feb. 15, Deb, 23, Grain- 1930.

1930 1929. Wheat 3.456,000 3,476,000 2,984,000 Corn 220.267 186,000 251,000 Oats 267.000 321,000 140,000 Rye 8.000 8.000 5,000 Barley 163.000 163,000 22,000 Maize 73,000 70.000 434,000 Kaffir 271.000 264,000 356,000 Lubbock Grain Receipts. The following are grain receipts on the Lubbock market: Mon. (Est.) Heads Corn 5 3 Ear corn Kaffir 11 Cane seed 6 C. S.

Visible Grain Supply. NEW YORK, Feb. visible supply of American grain shows the following changes in bushels: Wheat, decreased 1,608,000 Corn, increased 2,138,000 Oats, decreased 533,000 Rye, increased 51,000 Barley, decreased 147,000 Kansas City Grain. KANSAS CITY, Feb. -Receipts 406 cars; down 3 to 7 cents.

No. 2 dark hard No. 3 No. 2 hard No. 3 No.

3 red No. 8 Close--May July $1.03. 267 cars; down 2 to 5 Corn--Receipts cents: No. 2 white No. 3 No.

2 yellow No. 3 71 77c; No. 2 mixed nominally 72c: No. 3 mixed Close--May July Oats--Receipts 44 cars; down 1 to 2 cents; No. 2 white 45e: No.

3 42 43c. Milo Rye-Nominally Barley--Nominally Chicago Cash Grain, CHICAGO, Feb. 2 red No. 2 hard $1.18. Corn--No.

4 mixed No. 6 yellow Oats--No. 3 white No. white 39 401 c. Rye--No sales, Barley--Quotable range 58 66c.

Timothy seed $5.40 6.35. Clover $10.25 17.75. Lard 10.40c; riba 13.25c; bellies 13.620. Bond Gains, Losses Even; Trade Quiet By Associated Press. NEW YORK.

Feb. bond ket was dull but steady today, Prices edged upward and eased off in confusing fashion, leaving an even mixture of gains and losses which, in the case of the high grade listings, were scarcely half a point in extent. The volume of the day's languid business was about $1,500,000 below the Friday total. Interest charges were slightly higher. Call money advanced from 4 to per cent as the banks called loans, while 30- day time accommodations moved up shade, with the other maturities remaining firm.

This market was dull and money borrowers reported that much of the long term money was awaiting employment at 5 per cent. United States Governments labored through one of the dullest sessions in weeks. Turnover for all the limited 1s- sues did not reach $100,000 par value, and fluctuations were minute, with closing quotations off slightly from the previous close. One of the buslest groups in the list was the foreign section. For the most part an early advance in prominent loans failed to hold, although net gains predominated.

The easing tendency, however, carried through the close In Argentine 6g Belgium 18, Chile 68, Rome and a few others. Australia 58 of 1957 lost a point. Cuba Belgium 6s, Italy 7s and numerous French issues were firm. In the prime domestic rails there were unimportant declines in Santa Fe general 4s, Canadian National 5s, Pennsylvania General 58, Nickel Plate 6s. Chicago and Northwestern Chesapeake and Ohio Delaware and Hudson 48.

Nickel Plate and Pennsylvania gold 5s averaged about half a point higher. Green Bay and Western Income debentures advanced points on an active turnover. Convertibles sold off in sympathy with stocks. American Telephone lost 21 points net, International Telephone dropped and Atchison fell 2. Weakness of Cuba Dominican Sugar listings featured the industrials.

The tumbled points to equal their low of 34. while the certificates of deposit sagged 4 points to 34, a record low. Domestic industrials were quiet. Inquiry for the utilities light and net variations were unimportant. finish.

CASH GRAIN packing The Fort Worth agent of the Grain Stabilization Corporation was still buying wheat here Monday on the basis of $1.21 for No. 1 hard on flat country billing delivered Galveston with No. 2 at $1.19 However, in order to get advantage of the Government price, wheat must be on track here and officially inspected. On, other grades 1 and on wheat with different billing or rolling to market, dealers declared that the market was so unsettled by declines in contract markets and by the Government buying of certain grades under limitations, that it was impossible to give intelligent quotations. Estimated receipts for the three-day period were: Wheat, 47 cars; corn.

81; oats, 13: barley. 5: sorghums, 61; cane seed, and hay, 25 cars. Bids and offers on other grains ranged as follows. basis carloads delivered freight paid to Texas common points: Corn-No. 2 mixed.

No. 2 white or yellow, Oats--No. 2 red, Also quote No. 3 white delivered Texas group 1 points, 53c. Barley--No.

2, nominaly Sorghums--No. 2 milo, per 100 pounds, $1.60 No. 2 kaffir, Cane Seed--Bulk country run Red Top in good demand at according to type and germination. Range of the Market. CHICAGO, Feb.

of prices on the Board of Trade Monday follows: Wheat--Open. High. Low. Close. Mar.

1.07 1.07 1.03 1.03% May 1.13 1.13 1.07 1.08 0 July 1.14 1.14 1.09 1.10½ Sept. 1.16½ 1.16½ 1.12½ 1.13 CornMar. .82 May ,88 86 July Sept. OatsMar. May .43 .43 .12 Sept.

.79 .79 .79 RyeMar. .78 .79 .77 May July .76 -78 .76 Mar. 10,62 10.62 10.50 10.50 LardMar. 10.62 10.50 10.50 May 10.85 10.85 10.65 10.65 July 11.00 11,00 10.87 10.87 Ribs--No trading. BelliesMay 12.62 13.65 13.35 13.40 July 13.70 13.72 13.70 13.70 undertone Fort Worth Grain Receipts.

The following is a comparative table of grain receipts on the Fort Worth market in carloads: Estimate Last Last Mon. Fri. week, year. Wheat 47 5 5 Corn 81 17 12 Oats 13 3 5 Barley 5 Sorghums 61 12 11 Can seed 8 Hays 25 Snapped corn 24 91 00 Milo- kaffir heads 42 2 10 INVESTMENT TRUSTS. Diversified Trustee Shares, Series asked $21.25.

Diversified Trustee Shares, Series asked $9.25. Trustee Standard Oil Shares, Series asked $11.75. POULTRY AND EGGS WANTED Fort Worth Poultry and Egg Co. 715 E. Ninth St.

16-16. STOCKS and BONDS Bank, Industrial, Public Utility, Oil BOUGHT SOLD QUOTED Inquiries Invited STEELE COMPANY Petroleum Bldg. 2-6518.

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