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SATURDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 1924
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cruide tor - buying Groceries, -Meats
and Food Supplies.
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It will save you money' on your
THE OREGON STATESMAN, SALEM, OREGON
EFFORT TO GET
BEST IS IDE
tind Vegetables in Salem j
'.'We never spare any expense to
" get the very best lor' our custom
ers." .said a leading groceryman
, yesterday In Saiem, and if the
. housewives : would , come down
. with their baskets In the good old
way and look over- the offerings.
, they would realize the truth of
this statement. ;..
It is hard to keep the appetite
t the family up to par this time
of the year. It takes more thought
than fn the early spring, so a
housewife Is sometimes ."put to"
"THE CHILDRKX ',
, KKEP SIR BUSY
cutting Peerless bread. They
like it better than candy,
cake, or cinnamon toast.
Well, yon have missed a
treat if yon " don't eat this
bread. You must try it. It
is so wholesome and tasty
mother's delight ! ;
I'UiM-li and Pastry
170 X. Commercial
to know just what to prepare fori
the family. i ' j
Fresh vegetables have their ap
peal. They are a necessary part
of the diet and should be pur
chased even at an ; increased price
for the sake of the health of the
family. The grocery man in Sa
lem; keep their foodstuffs under
sanjtary conditions. The spray is
very popular her and the mer
chants work constantly at their
stock. The general public ap
preoiates th effort the merchants
make to keep the vegetables and
fruits in first-class shape and this
appreciation is evidenced by the
fact of the large sales. '
Wax beans, string beans, car
rots, beets, turnips, i along with a
host of other vegetables are found
in the stores in abundance, fresh
supplies doming in every day.
Peaches and-plums occupy first
place in the fruit line. Water
melons are coming a shorter dis
tance now and are better. Logan
berries are plentiful and should
be I used freely. A lovely fruit
whip can be made from 'these
without cooking. In fact, almost
any fruit in this class can be used
for a whip.i The less number of
eggs used the longer necessary to
whip the .fruit, but' women fare
not so busy socially these days.
If any member of the; family is
lacking in appetite, let that mem
ber do the shopping, and when the
stores of Salem are visited the ap
petite will return. I
I SALEM MARKETS I
: Price quoted mr wholesale ' and are
priee received . by r farmera. No retail
prices are given.
OKAUr AJTD sat
No. 3 wfceat 0
No. S red wbeat, eked-, . 0Oe
OaU ' i, ', , ,.. , , 45a 48c
..$13 a 13
..$12 (at tl4
Clover bay. baled 12 14
' PORK. KTTTTTOir AND BEET
nogs, top, 225-275, ewt. -ST.75
Hoks. ton. 275-300. cwt S7.50
Top veal, ' dregted 7c
Cowa : -,,,...... 2e 4c
Spring , lambs..
Hogs, top. 150-225 lbs, ewt , SS.00
Kough h-ary 2c 4e
Light sows 2c & 4c
' EOOS. BUTTSS, BtTTTEKPAT
Cresmery batter ,,r.41a 42c
Batterfat, delivered. .....37c
Milk, per ewt . , 1.85
Egfr. selects . ' ..85e
, Standards -23e
arc bringing us many new customers every
day. "These -vegetables are very sweet and
tender, as they are grown in the rich j soil '
along the Abiqua River.' . ;
Fresh Supply Always on Hand
Once you try them always
you'll buy them.
Also a full line of pastry and
'. ; FREE DELIVERY
TKeVegetable Corner '
-I. D. IIARTWELL, Prop.
13th and State.
If you are not, using the best meats on the. market
drop in at McDowelTs. We sell this choice steer beef for4
the same price that other markets in Salem are selling
, their old dairy maids for. 'i " , ; 1 I ; ' J i
Hamburger Steak .1 12!4c
r'' Freshly ground. "' j
e .1. 15c
Pure Pork Sausag
No water; no cereal.
Pork to Roast . .1 15c
Breakfast Bacon . 1
Our own light weight sugar cured. i
" McDowell Market :
Where a Dollar Does its Duty.: r
173 S. Com'I. 173S.ComI.
Open Until 8 P. M. Saturday Evening.
New Housing Experiment Brings
Sunshine, Fresh Air and Beauty
In Reach of Every Woman's Bufsi
f2 7''Wiri'i '
111 ' t
l if : T9
L 2 1
Investment of $7,500,000
Scene la Typical .Uctropulitan Apartmetit
Beauty, convenience, and health- i an
promdtSnfs sanltntion : ot dwelltne j
coBsrructlon ior groups of families
need hot be expenjive. It. is just
as asy to design - an apartment
bouse i with- flower gaj-dens in the
Inner j court and shrubs alongr the i
sidewak.as It is to leave a bare !
patch of earth hat will soon be
Mtrty-TOUr apartment houses it
uong island City. Wooddtde. ani
Astoria, containing 2.160 apart
ments, . ranging from - two to sta
rootns and bath. Tbey. are rented
uniformly jat $9 a month for eacb
room, with the bathroom included
free. "Some are equipped with
a damp .for. ash cans, old i kitchenettes, as-the 18 apart-
snoea,! and broKen dishes. iivent pictured -above, -with its
This sun-kissed window Is the ! iug.ro m. bedroom, and bath, and
proud! possession of a New Tork f others have; fuU-sised kitcbus ot
basioess woman who occupies breakfast nooks.
one or tne moaei apartments re-1 Tbse apartments . were placed
centlyj constructed by the , Metro-. at the disposal of the general pub
polifan Life Insurance Company, as tic and the company's 8.000 New
a demonstration of; healthful, inex- York employees indlscrl&duately,
pensive nouwng conditions. Kor j and so fully did they meet the pop
J18 a j month she enjoys this two jular demand that not one a part
room and bath apartment and has ment . wasj left , unrented for aa
all the comforts of a neat, attract
ive home. . J' ' ..
This problem of a modern apart
ment, Adequately lighted, heated.
'and ventilated, and yet requiring
Families with children,' no mat
ter If there be half a dozen of the
lively young mischief makers
have found "Welcome hamrinf
only moderate rental, has been j over the door. The freckled boy
;solved: for more than two thous-lwith the roller skates and his curly
and business! women and married ! haired sister with the i doll-bueev
couples, in Greater New York. What
has been accomplished there can
jbe worked i out, with necessary
local variations, in any wide-awake
community. The Metropolitan
life lasuranoe Company has made
know they are not ' intruders.
And mother, coming. In ;with baby
after an afternoon nap in the
Is not obliged ; to drag
perambulator . up . thm
H PR CES E
The Federal Reserve Board
romis uut uenerai dusi- i
ness Re-Adjustments ;
WASHINCTONV D. C, July 11.
An j important readjustment of
business conditions characterized
by decreases in industrial and
activity and lower prices
eclared by the federal re
board tonight to he under
throughout .the United
board called ; attention to
reduced earnings by industrial
workers with a consequent cur
tailment in their buying power
and sharp decreases in produc
tion, j The lowered prices have
carried to every commodity except
food j-which ; remains almost un
changed. ' :
"The considerable expansion of
production j during the early
mohliis of 1924," the board said,
"wasj followed by Important cur
tailment in certain industries iii
response to a lessened volnme of
currebt purchases and a hesitancy
oh tie 'part of manufacturer in
placing forward orders. . ':
"Tiie recission in business activ
ity has been accompanied since
April by a decreased demand for
credit for commercial purposes.
and this, j together with the con
tinued inflow of gold imports, has
brought about an unusual ease in
the money market."
creases,; however, ranging froni
two per cent in Columbus. .Den
ver. Fall River, St. Paul;' Salt?
Lake City, San Francisco and
Seattle,! to one per cent in Balti
more, Boston,: Bridgeport, Kansas
City, l0s $Uige!es, Louisville Man
chester: Milwaukee, Philadelphia,
Richmond, v Rochester and Scrau-
ton, and less than half of one per
cent in Butte, New Haven, Port
land, Main; Portland, Oregon and
St. Louis. .
Over; the year period many of
the cities showed adecrease rang
ing from four, to less than fve
tentha ot one -pCr cent. .
0 HTA LM
Irate Laborer Threatens
( j a- nil
Charles. Larsen, a Portland
laboret.f landed 'in the city jail
Friday after he had threatened
to take the law into r his own
handsj regard Ickh of the conse
quence to himself, in order to
compej tne state industrial .acci
dent commission to give him ' ad
ditional adjusted compensation for
an injury, to his foot two years
ago. lie appeared at the office
la the! .morning and demanded a
settlement, threatening -violence if
he were not paid $5000 by 1
o'clock in the'atternooiu ; He will
be examined as to sanity. L -
Larsen was injured two years
ago while working-fori the Zideii
jSteinberg company of Portland.
He was granted two months com
pensation by they commission.
Later jhe took the case into court
and obtained an order for a larg
er amount. Later he appealed to
the supreme court, hut while- the
case ham been pending, discharged
his attorney. .' j j : r-f, - :
TRKASUUK IS SOUCiHT
MILL CITY, Ore,, July 11.-
The excavatiqn of a large pile, of
rocks, which workers are. sure is
an ancient tomb with buried trea
sure and possibly contains the re
mains of some noted chief. Is at
tracting much interest on the little
north fork of the Santiam river,
about' 10 miles east of Jleharaa.
A large tunnel, has been driven
into ihe rocks, and the workers
RAISES GRAIN PRICE
Lack of Rain in-Fields Makes
Wheat Take Sudden Turn
: in Market Prices
CHICAGO, 111., Jly II. With
the Canadian crop reported as be
ing curtailed seven million bush
els daily through lack of grain,
wheat made a material . fresh (up
turn in prce today. Closing quo
tations here for. wheat, although
unsettled were lc to lc net
higher, September $1.16 and
Decern b;er $1.1901.19 to
ilil9 : ! crorn finished unchanged
to c advince; oats, i to c up;
ami provisions at Sc to 27c gain
! Except ;f or one - brief setback.
the wheats market kept climbing
throughout the day.
South Iakota and Montgomery
complaints of dry weather tended
somewhat Sto enhance wheat .val
ues and sb lTkewise did a bulge
in prices at Buenos Aires, 'as well
as Kuropetin buying here and at
Winnipeg land also at the Gnlf of
Mevico. ;j J j.
j ;On the tother hand, tha govfru
ment report , of new wheat from
th domestic harvest. was steadily
Increasing! and c o n s i d erable
amount o( the day's sales appear
ed to be fi-om hedging,
tAcutej scarcity of supplies of
corn forced July and; September
deliveries to a new price record
for the peasonJ NoJ 2 yellow
here, deliverable on -the spot,
commanded $1.11 a bushel, an
other topf record.
i Provisions keeping pace with
corn andj hogs reached new ! top
prices fori the season.
expect" developments any day. h-av
ing bee'n. rewarded with various
signs of ancient lffe. I -So admit
tance is sallowed to the cave at
present, ; jbut . considerable dyna
mite is Used in trying to reach
the supposed burying spot.
I GENERAL MARKETS I
PORTLAND, Ore., July ll.-H
Grain futures: wheat hard
white, blues tem and baart, July,
$1.33 August, $1.30; soft white
July, $1.24; August, $1.25; west
ern white July, Augqst, $1.20;
hard . winter, northern spring
July, August, 1.1 9 ; western red
July, $1.18; August, $1.17.
Oats No. 2 white feed July,
August, $38.50; No. 2 gray July.
August, $37. -
Barley-- No. 2, 4 6 pounds July,
August, $39; 44 ponds July, Au
Corn No. 2 eastern yellow
shipment July, August, $45; No.
3 do July, August, $44,50.
f Mill rri July, $29.50; August,
$29.73. I s :p
Little. Difference Noted
; In 24 Cities' Food Prices
: WASHINGTON, D. C, July 11
Only slight changes In the re
tail cost bf food were noted in the j
24- cities! surveyed by the depart
ment of labor from , May 15 to
June 13"' last. ' All 'showed in-
KIGGINS & GOOLEY
211 N0.tX)MX.V PHONE 52
In buying large quantities: we .are able to offer the
. following for Saturday Bargains: ';
1 Watermelons (we plug em) ...L......:.3,aC lb.
, 3 Pounds Bananas ,i25c
7 Pounds New Spuds ....;:. .-.i . 25c
3 Large Cants l..-.. : 25c
3 Pkgs. Corn Flakes or Poast Toasties ....:.33c
1 Package Kerr Hotcake Flour
25 Bars White Wonder Soap ....
6 Bars Swift's Wool Soap ...
4 lbs. Bulk Cocoa ..
22 C. W. Soap iLJ
49-Pound Crown Flour .iill.:..
49-Pound Cere tana Flour
'... 2. '-25c
L .-... .i$1.75
We have been very fortunate, to secure t the exclusive
right on Ceretana Flour. This Is a. Montana Hard wheat
Flour that you will like. 1 1
I H. KIGGINS And E. W. COOLEY
.rt EREE DELIVERY
i 175 S. COMMERCIAL
Between State and Ferjry W.
"WHAT'S IN A NAME?"
TIME and space would not permit ne to fully answer
that in a name lies a power and force unexcelled, whether:
for good or evil, and yet strictly speaking a name does
not stand' for, very much unless it. is backed up by the
indomitable courage, high ideals of the life behind it
Two hundred years ago the name Abraham Lincoln did
not mean much to the folk of that ige until the Great
man Abraham Lincoln, emancipator, showed a world
that the name of Abraham Lincoln Stood for one of the
noblest, grandest, highest, idealistic names in the ma
terial universe, and would ring uowrf through the pagesi
of history lan ideal name, a power for good. Solomon,
the wise, preacher, once said "A good name is rather to
be chosen t than great riches." In the business world f
many millions have been spent to build a good name. .It,,
means something. It stands for something. "A Good
Name." The inspiration of this little talk this morning
was actuated by the fact of a LEHMAN'S patron having
by necessity moved some two miles away, started to
trade in other stores. This week jthey came back to
LEHMAN'S in spite of distance, pledging themselves
once more patrons, satisfied with their experience else
i LEHMAN'S STORE STANDS
I COURTESY, EVEN PRICES
We carry the IJest and Largest advertised lines of mer
i . :i 1 : Cii - i
i cnana jse 01 uiuiuesiioiiuuie qmiuj.
BACON i i: FRUITfi & VEGETABLES
Sides to)., (Cont'd) ;
at , LLZ andOUC ' Cantaloupe, 9Ci
; , ' ,v : ' ! 3 for! .......... vl........ UO
1 aSund . . I 14C ' LOGANBERRIES '
' , .'. . T! AND BLACKCAPS
FLbUR " I
- -Hard Wheat K1 i A OATS-L j. -
Flour, 49-lb. sk.tiUU Rolldd Oats, j iO.v
sugar- ': - . - d S -T
1 Cane Sugar, (1 ft ft Ejctm Cream, j
1 12 lbs, for L J I)lvU 9po0nd sack D3.
SOAP ; MARGARINE '
Wool Soap, 'Odp Wilsb Margarine, C ft L 7
4 for : 2pound3 for ......UUC,)
-NOODLES ; EGGSi-
Chinese Noodles ' OCf Eggktrictly Qi.
Brand, 3 pkgs Q fres per doz.; ....Z5C 1
-JELLIES . , V,-. TITT" A a ? ' .'i'i
; All .Flavors, in Glass 1 77 ' o n-i j
.A 25c 25cl
COFFEE TOMATOES -
. p Bulk Coffee QA Tomatoes, ; "OCU ,
at, pound OUC .2 314 size ...x
FRUITS & .VEGETABLES CORN i J
Cucumbers ., . Corn, Eastern OKn
J. at .... :!.....-....;C ".Pack, 2 tins UJC ,
1 HEW CORPORATIONS .
The following articles of Incor
poration were filed yesterday With
W. ; E. Crews,; state corporation
commissioner: ! j "! J
The GOlf shop, Portland: incor
porators, Russell Smith, Harry L.
Pratt; Plowden Stott; capital,
$35,000. v -": j.
Lauralou company, Portland;
incorporators, B. V. Littlefield, C.
II. Greene, -S. Gray; capital,
$5000; real estate. j
WIest, Inc., Portland: ineornor-
ators, Maude Wiest. N. 1. Miller.
Clyde Wleat; capital, $5000; fiah,
market. ' ' '
. Notioe f an increae In capital
from $50,000 to $75,000 was fired
hy the Italian Federation hall of
Portland. Notice, of an Increase
in capital from $7500 to $15,000
was lied by. the Harwell Park
Water company. -
Notice ot dissolution was filed -by
Vanderhoofa, of .Portland.
Under the blue sky act a permit
was 'issued to the Maupln Power
company of Maupln, Ore., to -sell
8 toe lc in the sum of. $52,200.
John, Anderson says many times
newspapers are compelled to cor
rect j item that were right In the
Large Loaf Bread ........
Small Loaf Bread
Fresh at 10 a. m. from our sanitary'
I ; Liectric Oven.
Fresh at 12 Neon.
Try our "bread and pastries They are made the . best.
(QuaUty Meats and Groceries
Apricots for Canning
Information reaches us that there is only about one-
third of a crop of apricots in The Dalles, section this
year. They are now at their, best and will be pver in a.
few days.1 We have a shipment of extra fine fruit in 25--
pound lugs. : jv ,; '.
!$2.50 Per L, GQc Baslset
The Best Fresh Meats
we can buy
Fine to take a : ham on
vacation trip. ;
Morrel's Hamsf!27c '
Sreakfast 7$acon, whole or
half side, 25c ib-1
Our delicatessen department
Is filled with all kinds of
to eat picnic goods or we will
Cold Meats, . Green
put thei lunch
and Ripe Olives, Sweet,
Dill Pickles, Potato Chips; Cot
tage Cheese, Krart BricJt and
Swiss Cheese. Tillamook.! Mar
Tion," New York '. Cheddar, Im
ported Swiss Roquefort,
T" ' '' ) ' r ' ' ' " '
' . IVmento and Chili',
Island Dressing ,
I Fruits .
i . . i - -
Cantaloupes, .. W a t e r m elons.
Honey r-X)ew ' Melons, Black
Caps, Black .Berries, Logans,
RaspberriesPeaches. 35c bas
ket. Oranges, ;40c. 50ci -COc
j1;..? Baked Goods
.With th best materials a hi
store, can furnish and baked in
an electric oren gives our
cakes that delicate texture and
goodness. A full rapply for
Saturday: Angel, Sunshine,
Prune, Chocolate, Nut, Cocoa
nut, I Mocha, . Lady . Baltimore,
' 'f 1 " - '
. . .Best Cane Sugar,
Tea harden Syrijp," per
, Prince Catsup, 16 oz. bottle,
2 tor 55c
Crystal White Soap,
22 tor 1, $4.35 Pf
White "Wonder Soap, i
24 for 51, C3.85 Per box
Pure Italian Olive Oil, Victoria
, Brandy pint 5)Cf quart CQc ;
I Half gallon' $1X5 i
Coffee : -
Our Oeni Blend Is a high
grade, mild," blend of coffee.
Ground fresh every day or f
while you "wait. "When ; you T
buy. this coffee you are buy- ,
ing ; coffee and not a tin can. ; '
We; guarantee that if you do
not; like it. bring it back' and
money will be refunded. I
' ' Orated Pineapple
You will want some for your
Apricot, Pineapple XTonsenre, ,j
No. 2 tins. 25c each "
j t Fresh GrispVegetiAles
Telephone Peas, String , Beans, Celery, Head Lettuce,
; Bunch Beets. Carrots, Turnips, . Green ( Onions, Upt
.House Tomatoes, Cucumbers, New Potatoes.
i PHONES .1885-6.7. No charge for Delivery,