The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, December 25, 1926, Page 3, Image 3

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    FRIDAY HORNING, DECEMBER 17, 1926
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Oranges Plentiful, Western
Cranberries Almost Ex
hausted, Prunes Quiet ,
There has been
n.-iivijy iu the markets daring the
just atf fue to the holiday de
mandFiJn but little change in
prices' cr staples. However an
.inward tendency Is noted along;
some lines and sharp
advances
may be ei pecteif do rfn'gthe com
log week, j '
' Wheat,, remains about the same
as for some weeks past with flour,
decidedly weaker. Oa'ts and ot Tv
er grains show an trpward ten
dency as also does hay and mill
feeds. There are" no changes in
the provision market. Canned
goods are sluggish bat expected
to begin to mote in January.Sa-
gar remains at $7.05 with ,Jio pros
pect of immediate change.
Oranges have tbeen plentiful on
the local market lareer sizes nre-
considerable ! dominatihg. "However, the Cali
fornia" frnit Exchange "has how
withdrawn ' quotations owing to
heavy' frost In the fruit belt and
until the full extent of the dam
age has been ascertained prices
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Minto's
New Salem Restauaiit
Buys Haines Bros. Baby Ampico
to provide music for their
customers. You can.. ho w
hear'' all the great pianists
while you enjoxyour meals.
Therels hosffuraent ,ex
cept the Ampico that will
re-enact the epact playing
of the, greatttists The
Ampico is ' as natural as
life itself.
We Sell The Ampico
In the Mason & Hamlin and Haines Bros, pianos. Hear
them before you buy
THE PORTLAND MUSIC CO.
355 North High Street
New Salem Restaurant
CHRISTMAS DINNER
11 A. M. to 8 P. M. Good Music $1.0O Per Plate
Ripe Olives
Dill Pickles
Olympia Oyster Cocktail
Relish
Olcry on Branch
Young Onions
Sou
Chicken Gumbo a la Minchen
Choice of ". ...
Roast Young Turkey with Cranberry Sauce or Celery Dressing
Uoaflt Leg of Pork with Candied Sweet Potatoes
Salad
"Waldorf with Mayonnaise Cream Dressing
Vegetables
Baked Squash Buttered Asparagus Tips Suefle Potatoes
' Desserts
Pumpkin Pie and Whipped Cream Hot Mince Pie -4
' ? Ice Cream with Jnmbo Fiesta
Drinks
Tea Coffee Milk -- 1
50c Per PlateChristmas Dinner ,
Soup
. , Chicken Gumbo la. Minchen
Salad
Waldorf eh Meyonnaise i
Choice or
Fricassee of Chicken with Home Made Noodles
Roast Leg of Pork with Candied Sweet Potatoes
Roast Sirloin of Beef and Brown Sauce
Vegetables
Baked Squash Buttered Beets Mashed Potatoes
Desserts
Spiced Pudding with Sultana Sauce Pumpkin Pie
LJVE HAVE EQUIPPED OUR DINING ROOM WITH A BABY
iMPTPrt itir vni'p vvinvwrvT
MINTO'S SALEM RESTAURANT
New Salem Hotel Building
vance likely.
Large shipments of celery are
now-being received from Califor
nia df a very rtneroalfry rlth pric
es running' from uOe 10 7 5t- low
er than at this time last year.
Small vegetables are still being
received Trom - local growers in,
limited quantities but sufficient
to supply the demand.
The first shipment of Imperial
Valley lettuce, for the .season has
Just been received by the Ryan
Fruit company and is finding a
ready market at $4.50 per crate.
Sprouts, Artichokes and green
peppers are coming from Califor
nia In limited quantities, the pep
pers being in brisk-demand.
Supplies of local cabbage seem
to be exhausted and California
stock is being received.
Increased demand for bananas
is noted and the Ryan Fruit com
pany are ordering in car lots
which is a.vnew departure. this.
commodity having previously been
brought here via trucks. , ..
Potatoes remain steady with
normal demand. Yakimas are
quoted $32. Onions are moving
In somewhat larger lots at around
$1.25 to $1.50 following a slight
flurry in the early part of ' the
week which soon subsided.' Sweet
potatoes are much in demand and
hard to secure with prices ' ad-
vancmg.
Western cranberry stocks are
almost exhausted and expected to
be In small demand after the hol
idays. Limited supplies will be
shipped from the east. Chickens
remain the same as last week with
heavy hens bringing 22c. medi
ums lGc and springers lSc?20,
Ducks and geese are, scarce with
price quotations ranging from 18c
to 22c. Turkeys and geese are
quoted- .at 40c with sufficient
stocks to supply the demand.
Eggs remain weak, standards
being quoted at 35c. Butter fat
has advanced slightly to S2c. Con
trary to expectations nuts show
a downward tendency and lower
prices may be looked for. There
is no activity in the prune market
with price quotations at bedrock.
Giant and DuPont explosives
(fuse blasting caps). Lumber
and all building materials Gab
riel Powder & Supply Co., 610 N.
Capitol. Tel. 2248. ()
Ira W. Jorgensen, i50 S. High
St. Parts for all makes of cars.
Best equipped auto accessory store
in this section. Prompt and re
liable service the rule.
. f i -in ' i' i i . 1 : .
The Bake-Rite Bakery. Busy
every day supplying best homes
with bakery goods of all kinds;
baked in a kitchen as clean as
your own. 34 5 State St. )
thousand applications can - be
carejrf for during a -similar period.
ft" is' not possible" or expedient
to maintain an '. organization .at
all times that would take care of
the maximum demand which, lasts
but a few days. "Motor vehicle
owners should immediately apply
for their 1927 license plates -if
they expect to operate their cars
on and after January 1 without
interruption. Everything is being
done to facilitate the issuing of
1927 licenses. Through the co
operation of motor vehicle owners
the annual congestion could be
avoided.
The situation in Oregon is not
different from other states in the
renewal period."
Reduction on all hats at the
Vanity Hat Shoppe. 387 Court St.
Be sure to see our line of hats be
fore buying. Latest metal cloth
hats just in. ()
Mr. Used Car Buyer: Have you
seen the real buys at the Capitol
Motors Incorporated? See Biddy
Bishop, 350 N. High St. Tele
phones 2125 and 2126. ()
Pomeroy & Keene, jewelers,
nevwrfail to give you 100 on
the dollar. Watches, clocks, pins,
charms. Standard high grade
stock In all departments. - ()-
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OFFICERS SEEK MAN
FOR WOMAN'S DEATH
(Continaed front page 1)
"but her religious convictions
were too deep to permit her to
end her life. She thoroughly be
lieved that a suleide could not en
ter heaven."
The body was discovered by the
husband when he came home froln
work at 5:S0 yesterday afternoon.
The-- house was in perfect order.
Mr. Berard said. There were no
bruises on the body, an examining
physician reported.
Mr. Berard advanced the theory
thati an assailant may have come
to the houBe to answer a "room
for rent" sign.
A daughter, Eveline, 19, a
student nurse, said she had 'found
evidence in the basement that the
dttemT TREE LAST
tnr i him j iiiiu i in?, lurnare.
PORTLAND. Dec. 21. ( AIM -The
Pacific coast-"strangier" may
have been responsible " for the
death of Mrs. John .Berard. whose
body was found in the basement
ot her home in Council Bluffs. Ia..
today: Portland detectives were
inclined to believe the person who
strangled her is the one who killed
Mrs. Blanche Myers here on 'Nov.
29. In most of the Pacific coast
cases no - marks of violence hae
been found on the bodies, and in
all cases the women have had
rooms for rent and have been
alone.
After Mrs. Blanche Myers was
strangled to death, no trace of
the killer was found. Several of
the veteran Portland police de
tectives expressed the belief at
that time that the strangler had
gone east, finding the Pacific coast
too dangerous for him after his
description had been obtained.
overladen arms some articles, was
enough in itself to repay those
Nlbm UntMILI tnJUIfcUjvho worked sa hard to make this
' ' ' ''((timihltrtt rroiif fix li
invasion -the' success it proved.
H. L. Stiff Furniture Co., lead
ers in complete home furnishings,
priced t to make you the owner;
the store that studies your every
need and is ready to meet it, ab
solutely. ()
O. J. Hull Auto Top & Paint
Co. Radiator, fender and body
repairing. Artistic painting adds
100 to the appearance of your
auto. 267 S. Com'l. (
plane, and now that h was hero
ho would personally see ihat every
ycungster in the audience. reei
es a present.
1
II. T. Love, the jeweler. 33S
State St. High quality jewelry,
silverware and diamonds. The
gold standard! of values. Once a
t - a . - i i.li e . 1 . .
iti.tr i.rotner mks irnwi ini'iiiuyer aiwiijs
children in lines. They passed
rapidly through an aisle between
The platform and the audience and
from tables loaded with presents
of all descriptions they received
toys, fruits, candy, nuts, popcorn
books and apples. On passing out
the door they were each handed
tickets for admittance to a special
matinee at the Capitol theater this
morning at 10 o'clock, and an
other ticket to the Elsinore. good
for either Saturday or Sunday
morning. Managers of both thea
ters announced that if by chance
any children were overlooked they
might appear at the theaters at 10
o'clock where they would be ad
mitted. The supply of presents was am
ple with some to spare, 'and every
child emerging from the end of
the line was literally loaded with
toys, etc. In many cases it was
necessary for the theater tickets
to be placed in their pockets.
The expression of joy on the
youngsters' faces over the good
things received and their appre
hension that they might drop from
ay3n
customer.
At Shipley's the ladies of Salom
have satisfied themselves that they
can get the finest fall and winter
frocks, coats and dresses ever
shown in this city. ()
FUN FIT
FOR A KING!
AT
THE
F.TSTNORE
-.NEW - YEARS
JVIIDNIGHT-MATINEE"
Statesman Ads Bring Results
AUTO OWNERS URGED
TO GET 1927 LICENSE
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L yehiclea .in the state with any oth
er license than that of' the cur-
Tent year." Consequently, the
motor vehicle owners who have
failed td secure their 1927 license
by January 1 are subjecting
themselves to the penalties of the
motor vehicle statutes. This de
partment commenced the delivery
of licenses 10 days earlier this
year in order to afford more time
for the motor vehicle owners to
obtain their new license.
"The department has facilities
for issuing from the Salem office
through the mails between 3000
and 5000 applications daily. From
the Salem counter there can ibe
issued 1000 licenses daily, while
YOUR THEATRE
ELSIFJORE
Wed. Night; Dec. 291
The AH Colored Musical
Comedy Success
Struttin
Sam"
Fifty People
Southern Beauty Chorus
Dixie Orchestra
"Charleston" "Black Bot
tom" "Alabama Strut"
Danced by the Originators
PRICES:
50c to $1.65
Including Tax
wish tjou a Christmas racmj and glad
htui the happiest time you ever have had!-
" atlas book store
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You will hear Christmas carols because Christmas would
not be complete without music
May we take this opportunity to wish you and yours
Meriry
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"YOUR THEATRE"
The ELSINORE
PRESENTS
AND
SPECIAL CHRISTMAS PROLOGUE
PROGRAM
No. 1
CHRISTMAS CAROLS
Mr. Richard Robertson. Tenor Mrs. Louise Robertson, Soprano
Margaret UoHecrans, Alto , Mr. Richard Barton, Bass
A Silent Night
B Little Town of Bethlehem
C Come All You Faithful
- Xo. a
OUT WHERE THE WEST BEGINS
Recitation ..MLss Frances Lawes
No. 3
PROLOGUE
Staged' by John W. Martin
Mr. Hah F. Langenberg
-v : Presents
. Mr. Martin J. Doerfler, Baritone
A In virtus By Huhn
Mi.ss Helen Hope Rodolfs Studio
Presents
B '. Virginia Reel and Square Dance
Miss Bonnie Schaefer Miss Fae Williams
Miss Iris Brown Miss Nibo Shoemake
Miss Jean Andrews Miss Francis Baier
Miss Martha Hobson Miss Doris Hicks
Salem Indian -School , i
Presents , '
Mr. Raymond Haldane
C The Ragged Vagabond . . . By Randolph
Miss Helen Hope Rodolf
D Spanish Dance
E Prayer I .. .Miss Claire Hurley
F Songs My Mother Taught Me Mrtv Martin J. Doerfler
Today - Sunday - MondayJ- Tuesday
ADMISSION 20c 35c - 50c
OREGON --Now
OREGON
SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY
lured men to the
Midas and
danced her way
into their hearts
until love awak
ened her better
nature to the re
solve to travel the
straight road of
life .
An unforgetable
story of the great
white spaces o f
the Canadian
Northwest.
. V.VtyTMr coomjon
MATINEES 10c - 25c
EVENINGS 10c - 35c
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25c
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