The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 29, 1927, Page 6, Image 6

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    'jpermajceTsWjlBr 1 Score
STPFOlIBlf
Local League Team Fast in
Field but Needs More
Hitting Practice
With a snappy fielding outfit
and the most formidable mound
staff in local history, the Salem
Senators showed their only need
to be more batting practice, la
the game which they" won handi
ly from "the Papermakers Sunday,
1& to.l.
' Although they scored plenty of
runs, the Senators 1etrayed lack
of the hitting strength which the
members are known to be capable-
of, getting only nine safe
swats off the Papermakers three
pitchers, who are good chuckers,
but hardly np to the class of. op
position wVich the Senators will
face : when tie -,- league season
opens next Sunday.
Ridings and Steers were hit
ting the ball hard and often, and
some of the other boys might
have if they -hadn't found It so
easy to draw free passes; but on
the- wftnlpJ the tram fs canable of
more stick work than it showed
Snffday. If -it doeeh't improve,
the pitchers j Vill find themselves
without much margin 'to work on
in, the league games.
The outf ield was especially Im
pressive, with Steers, Coleman
and Bliss pulling hot ones off the
fence tops in mid-season form$
and the two Sets of infielders
showed that there is material for
a good combination among them.
Sultltan at th6 Initial bag "and
Bishop and Hidings around seev.
ond seemed "pretty sure of steady,
jobs, hut Proctor and liaison ap
peared to be in a close race tor
third pase.
At that, they got little chance:
to show any fielding, for the
pitchers, Fteury,4 Ashby nd
Myers, were beating down on the
paper mill boys and allowed few
of them to hit the ball in any
direction. It was not until after
Myers was injured and "Frisco
Edwards 'took hfs place tn the
box in the last inning,' that the
amateur team got a safe hit.
Score by innings:
Papermakers
Senators
0 0 0 0 0 0 0
5 0 3 0308
Senators .
1 1
18
B H.H
3 0 0
O
O
o
o
1'
4
7
1
1
1
4
4
1
0
0
0
A E
Bihhop. 2b ...
Clinton, 2b
Proctor, 3b ...
Maison, 3b ...
Sullivan, 16 .
Adolph, lb ...
Steers,, If
troleman, ef .
Ridings, ss ...
Blisa, rt-e ...
Kdwards, c-p
Sill, rf
rteury, p
shby, p
Mej'er, "p .....
i
i
i
i
i
3 2
3 O
4 2
1 1
Totals 3 18
Papermakers
B R
Chambers, If . 4 O
Wilkerson, ss-c 3 O
Chapman, lb 3 O
Versteeg, ess 2 O
Hebirraan, 3 b 3 0
Idinderback, cf-p .... 3 0
tSimpkins, 2b 3 1
Stripling, rl 3 .0
Ondeau, p j 1 0
Ulanken&hip, p-rf 2 0
9 24 12 3
II
O
0
0
0
O
o
1
1
0
o
o
2
H
5
2
3
0
1
0
0
o
A E
0
1
c
o
1
1
1
0
0
1
Total S7 1 2 21 5 5
Struck out By Fleurv, 4 j by Ashby, 3 ;
by XfeyeTS, none: by Edwards.' none; "by
Hiankontihip, l; by Ondeau. 3; by Land
erback. 4. Bases on balls--Off Fleury,
none: off Ashby, nonejoff Meyers, 1;
tiff Edwards, 1; off Blankenship, '6; off
tauderback, 1. Hodw '-run Ridings.
Three-base bit Simpkina. Double playa
Simpkinu to Chapman to Schirman ;
Hidings to Adolph to Maison.
Volleyball Team Wins
Two Tournament Games
The Salem Y. M. C. A. volleyball
team which participated' Tn the
northwest championship play at
Taeoma' last Friday gained vTctbf
io over Yakima and Portland, but
un familiarity- with a new rule es
tablishing a line beneath the net,
which touched constituted a foul,
prevented the team from getting
far along In the championship
play. In one game, the Salem
players were penalized eight times
under 'this rule.'
Tn the three game match against
Portland, STem won one 15 to it
losing the other two 15 to 12 and
15 to 14. Portland won the cham
pionship The SaTemites took their
only three game match from
Yakima. r v
The players returned to Salem
by motor Sunday.
K.UFFMANBbATS KI) WARDS
PORTLAND," Ore.,; Maiv 28.
( AP) Cletei Kauffman. Columbus
Ohio, light heavyweight wrestler,
took twd out of three falls from
Billy Edwards here tonight. The
first1 fan-went to Edwards ?In 1 8
minutes ' and 31 seconds while
Kauffman evened the count in 12
minutes 34 seconds. They had
been wrestling 'about two minutes
fit the third period when they
ring and Edwards was knocked an
bumped heads in the center of the
conscious.
9 ; ; , ' i i i i ; i
MOSTIL TO IUSJOIX TEAM
SHREVEPORT, "La., March? 28
(AP) Johnny! MOstlL" Chicago
White" Sox outfielder, who' at
tempted suicide here March 8, left
the hospital today with the asser
tioh that he expected t- bo ah'.c f
return to the ffa'rn ahottl May 15.
Mostil will remain with the 'club
until it breaks camp here and wlH
1 accompany it on the WrcHonaing
trip. - .' " - '
0priti& Athletic Training Startis In Full1 Force At Willwnette
r T-
BfiSEer.LL OUTLOOK
cone, sst's me
Only One Lettermen Out but
Good Men Available for
All Positions
The reopening of classes after a
week's vacation was the signal for
all spring athletics at Willamette
university to "start In full blast.
Monday with successful seasons in
baseball, track and tennis in sight.
Although only One letterman,
FranciS Kills, a pitcher. Is out for
baseball. Coach Speck Keene indi
cated after the first workout of his
squad Monday afternoon at Oxford
park that promising candidates are
on hand for the most of the posi
tions. In addition to Ellis, the pitching
staff will include Ledbetter and
McK&QZie. Kaufman, a new man
from Woodburn high, appears to
have the jump on the other candi
dates for the receiving job.
Welch -at first base, Dietz at se
cGBd and GIrard and Hauk at third
were some of the other leading as
pirants for places on the team,
while McMnlMn, heretofore a
rrionnd candidate is trying out for
shortstop.
The squad of; 20 includes a num
ber of good prospects - for the out
field, and'since there, are some ad
ditional men trying for infield po
sitions who' are strong with the
willow, some of them may be shift
ed lo the gardens.
The track arid field candidates
under Coach Lestle Sparks were
out tn foil, force on Sweetland field
and the' tenuis squad has also
started work. ' Some of the tennis
candidates who live in Salem, took
advantage of the vacation last
week to--start 'intensive practice,
and are already in good shape. The
men's tennis team will Include all
of 'last years lettermen. so that an
exceptionally successful season is
foreseen.
L. A. Sheeler Auto Wrecking
Co., oldest In the Willamette "val
ley. New -and used parts and
equipment. Low prices and quality
service here. .1085 N. Com'L ()
The Man's Shop sates vcm a ten
dollar bill tm eVfry quality suit.
snirts, naw, ties, cpllars. High
grade clothing, perfect flttine.
long wearing. 41 6 State. (
Tiny, Tennessee Town
Sends Its Hoop Team
Alpine's Population Reduced One
Tenth When Quint Leaves
CHICAGO, March 28. (AP)
Alpine, Tenn., with no railroad
trains, and np electric lights, has
for the time 'being had its popu
lation -of 75 inhabitants reduced
to 8.
f That is the doings of Amos
Alonzo Stagg, director of athletics
at the University of Chicago for 38
years. Stagg cut down Alpine's
population by Inviting one-tenth
of the Inhabitants here to com
pete' In the national interscholas
tic basketball tournament, which
open's at the university tomorrow.
The tournament, attracting 43
high school teams from 38 states.
35 of them state champions, will
wind m$ tSatnrday with the title
deciding contest.
! Nearly HQQ boys from all ove'r
America will compete in the 200
games.
1 The Alpine lads are tough of
sinew ahd sttohg of courage. That
sinew and courage will get its
first, perhaps Its only, test tomor
row on the stroke of 12 against
Lincoln, Neb., champions of the
cornhusker state.
The basketball squads began
dropping off every tram today.
Fresh from the wide open spaces
were the Safford and Gilbort. Ari
zona teams, with their two gallon
hats and cowboy chaps.
The' "boys from Athens, Texas,
rattled into town in two dilapl
dated flivvers, having made the
800 miles trip in a week.
Bonesteele Motor Co. 454 6
Com!., has the Dodge 'automobile
for you. All steel body. Lasts a
lifetime. Ask Dodge owners. They
will tell you. !)
GolSenilrafees First febney
m'Southefri Open Tourney
t : - y
ATLANTA, G.f March 28.-
AP) 'Johnf Golden, Patterson,
N. J., professional won the first
money, '$4,000, of the southern
open golf tournament here today
by : beating Johnny Farrell,' New
"YorkV In an 18 hole' play off
match. ' Golden "took 70 strogfes
and Farrell 71. The latter got
the second money prire of $1,750,
Bobby Jones, amateur, won the.
tournament which endod Satur
day with a brilliant 281.
. TU OiMarry City ' Baking. Cofc
bread, pies and cakes are of high
est quality ' One of Oregon's most
sanitary bakeries; rtsit It. worth
Glenna CoIIett Wins Way
to National Semi-Finals
- u'. " m V
PINEHTJRST. N. Y., March 28.
(AP.) Miss Glenna Collett of
Providence, R. I., former national
champion, 1 earned a place In the
semi-finals' of the United North
and Sopth Woman's golf tourna
ment today along with three less
noted playerte.
She defeated Mrs. Ronald Bar
low of Philadelphia who, like Miss
Collett, has, won the north and
south three times, and tomorrow
will be pitted against Miss Edith
Quier of Reading, Pa., with no of
ficial golf laurels to her credit.
Henry O. Miner, l$4 S. Com'L
St., where most people prefer to
get ttfelr auto parts for all makes
of cars. Trade here and make
savings on, all auto parts. ()
C.
F. Breithaupt, florist and
decorator, 512 State., Phone. 380.
Flowers, bulbs, floral designs for
all occasions. Pioneer and leader
In Saiein. . )
Local Trapshooters
Win and Tie Sunday-
Defeat Monitor, 73 to 71; Second
In Five City Shoot
When the Bend Trapshooting
club lost Sunday to Pendleton, 74
to 73, it was Salem's chance to tie
again with Bend and Eugene; but
the local shotgun squad managed
to'wTn only one of its shoots, de
feating Monitor 73 to 71, and tied
in the other with Huntington. This
shoot will be decided next Sun
day. The qualifying marksmen for
Salem were George Palmer, 25;
Jim Lewis, 24; E. R. Fellers, 24.
Salem is close behind Eugene in
the five city shoot with a total of
1366 targets to the aLne county
sportsnten's 1378. Portland has
scored 1326, Cor vail is 1354 and
Hillsboro 1337. The next shoot
will be at the Salem Rod and Gun
club's . traps next Sunday fore
noon.
The Dixie Bakery leads on high
class breads, pies. cookies and
fancy baked supplies of every
kind. Best by test. Ask old cus
tomers. 439 Court St. ()
Support for Team
Now Crystallizing
Excellent Showing Made by Team
Brings Ready Response.
Support for the local baseball
team in the Portland City league.
slow to crystalize because people
scarcely reaiizea mat tne aiamona
season was so dose at nana, is
now forthcoming to a satisfactory
extent, and the team's financial
backing is assured.
The excellent showing made by
the team In Sunday's practice
game and the assurance that the
team Manager Leo "Frisco" Ed
wards is sponsoring will be a
worthy .representative" of the cap
ital city, has played an important
part in bringing about this sup
port.
Bob Williams of the Capital
Motors Is assisting, in soliciting
funds for the baseball team.
Victim of Airplane drash
Buried at San Francisco
SAN FRANCISCO, March 28.
(AP) Lieutenant John W. Bent
son, one of the two army aviators
killed in a plane crash at Buenos
Aires last month, was laid to rest
here today amid the droning of
circling airplanes, the bugler'3
"taps," and rattle of rif Be salute.
The flier was accorded full mil
itary honors and from civic or
ganizations of Redding and San
Francisco came representatives to
pay official respects. Benton spent
his boyhood in Redding. ";
Friends and relatives were pres
ent from Los Angelei. Sacramen
to and Portland. The little Pres
idlo chapel was packed with army
officers and civilians. .
The cortege that conveyed the
remains to the .National cemetery
Was composed of a platoon of in
fantry ?and its bands. CrisBy field
planes banked and dipped over
head. E. Brodiev of the "Oregon City
Enterprise, buys'SL Helens Sen
tinel." ;
Salem ' XIarlrtts
VT.T.Ti
No. 1. wheat, wlilt . $ 1.20 ;
Bed. wheat, sacked . 1.17,
0U. per bit mintftg ", .52
PORK. MUTTOS AJTO BEET
Tops hogs : .
2.23 '
.08
.07,,
sow
Top steers ....
Cows
Baits
.05
-08Q.05,
-1U
.01Q.O9;:
.18
as
.160.18 "
1927 lambs, under 86 lbs.
Top litp , veal
Iresd veal " ...
Dressed pies
FOUXTET
J Light hens
" Heavy hens
,.20.23; '
Bprinr
.i.so.,
Roosters
Heavy colored-fry
.08
-18.20 ,
GG8, BXJTTEB, BUTTE BP AT t.
, Ktaadardit : ; .17O.10,
- I'er pnnnd ,4ft
Hntt,rfst -M
trt-ain, lotU-r ,.,..-iJ3 .10,
Veieetableii, beets, sacked
Chxtoaa, dos. -boaehes
.04
New cabbsse
Celery
- California Jettaee, erste
.04
SEES GOOD Ml
FOB'COIST LEABUE
Teams Nearer Even and
Stronger in General, Says
President Williams
Coast League Ganle-s Today
Seattle at Los Angeles.
Hollywood at Los Angeles.
Portland at San Francisco.
Missions at Ookland.
LOS ANGELES, March 28.
(AP) Harry A. Williams, presi
dent of the Pacific Coast Baseball
leagUe, surveying the conditions
attending the opening tomorrow
of the league's 25th championship
campaign, said tonight that "on
the eve of the getaway gun it
looks like a close and smashing
race."
'The weaker clubs of last year
have strengthened," Williams
said, "and the general average of
baseball will be higher. The re
sult should be a more closely con
tested race."
The league president pointed
out as other elements which will
add to the interest that the season
is one week shorter than in for
mer years and the $100u prize to
be offered the most valuable
player in the circuit. Then, too,
he stated the nine man umpire
system will be used In the league
this year for the first time.
"With favorable weather it
would not surprise me to see rec
ord crowds in Sacramento, Oak
land, San Francisco and Los An
geles opening day," he said. "Re
ports received from the different
cities indicate an unusual degree
of interest in the game. Last sea
son the league showed a gain of
a quarter of a million in paid ad
missions. It would be Impossible
to register such a gain as this
with each succeeding year, but I
look to see last season's attend
ance mark equaled and perhaps
exceeded."
Williams in conclusion pointed
out that this year for the first
time in the league there will be
rival openings in San Francisco
and Oakland, "a circumstance
which has further heightened
baseball interest in the bay dis
trict." SAN FRANCISCO, March 28.
(AP.) Baseball clubs of the Pa
cifiic coast league go to the pert
tomorrow for the start of their
1927 pennant dash a race which
observers believe will develop In
to one of the most bitterly contest
ed in years.
Los Angeles won the pennant
last season, and Manager Marty
Krug confidently expects to re
peat with his 1927 tribe of Angela.
However, those who have followed
the training camp activities Of the
eight teams generally agree that
Oakland will bear watching. The
Oaks were runners up in 1926 and
theft- liheup is plentifully sprinkl
ed with players young in years but
veterans of the diamond.
The San Francisco Seals, many
times champions but lail-enders
last year, appear set for a strenu
ous campaign. After such a dis
mal finish, the owners cut the
Hynopsi's bf the Annnat Statement of the
OREGON LITOJ nXSCRAKCK
COMPANY
of lortlaiil. in the State of Oregon, on
th ;tll dy of.nocrtnher, lO'-'C made to
the InMiram-e Commissioner of the Stutt
er Oregon, pusuant 1A law :
Capital
Amount of capital atv:k
paid u i . - $ 100,000.00
Income
Total prc-mium income for
th rear $ l.l rj.23.oa
interest, dividends and
. rents leceived during
, the year, , 335,488. 13
Ini odii from otfcer source
received during the
year -. - 77,SM)9.3
Total income , S 1,855,726.80
Disbursamrnta
Taid for losses, endow-
iroenrn. annaities and
Hiirreniler Tahie's ..S 439,(559.15
Dividends paid to poliryi
holder daring the year 133,674.20
lMvidends paid on capital
stork during Hie year.,.. 7 ,000.00
(.tmmiisKkn.i and ha la rip
piyd during tb yenr il It 17,"." i7.:S'J
Taxe. Itenes Mtd . fee
paid during the year 3t), 110,85
Amonnt of all other e.v-
peaditure .... 172.137.99
Total expenditures . ;
...S 1.145,129.58
-. Aaaeta .
VahijB of real .etat owned
(market value) ... $ 183,408.57
Value of atocka and 'bonds
owned ( market or am
ortized value) 3,810;694.90
Loans - oa , mortgage and.
collateral, "etc. 1,131,352.45
Premium notes and policy
loan 1,434,607.03
Cash in banki and on
hand ...... , 88.015.18
Net nseofler'ted -and de
ferred premiums... 173,388.39
lntereat "and rents due
and accrued ; 7C.914.35
Other assets (net) 55.32
Total admitted ia....t
Uahllltlax
,872,434.20
Set reserve including dia .u.
ability . and doable iu-
i demnity ; . 8,631,284.03
Orou rlaimm fo. lmui
Y nnnaid .
ll.16S.0d
477,3TUG
All otner BaMnU.tn.
Dividends . apportioned to
policyholders : payabla
1927) ,
Total ; liabilities, : xcla- ,
bive of,. capital atock . '
of ' $100,000.00 G.3:rc5.78i;.i3
Buneaa la Oregon far the Tear
CirHa . prpitiiamn reeeiveid
dnrin. the rr - I,3i7494.58
rrcnnims and dividend ,f-
returaed during tK year 157,06,5
Looses paid ,duriar. the "'-' . ' . -
year i56,813.0O. i " ' 414.419.59
O&CGOX Ure IJSLTIANCE COMPASr
. . A.-L. Mills. Preaideet...-,,,
' W. P. Staltiaker, Secretary "
Statutory Tesideat attonter for service:
purse strings to build up an im
pressive roster.
Sah Francisco's other coast
league entrant the Missions
went through a change similar to
the Seals, and several new names
indorse the checks made out by
President William H. McCarthy.
The Missions held Pittsburgh even,
3 to 3, in their exhibition games
here and with such success against
the 19 25 world's champions, are
looking forward to handing out
more coast league beatings than
they receive.
Huge opening day crowds are
expected in both Oakland and San
Francisco. Secretary Herbert Mc
Farlin of the Oaks said today that
he had been called on for ten
times as anany reservations this
season thin last.
Despite their poor showing, the
Seals outdrew every other club in
the league last year and around
15,000 persons are expected to see
them take the field against Port
land tomorrow.
Fry's Drug Store, 380 N. Com'l.
tha nionpar store. Everything for
everybody. In the drug supply line,
a - - 1 1 " 111 .
with standard gooas ana quaniy
service always. ()
A. H. Moore, 233 N. High St..
apartments and store where you
can get high quality furniture and
furnishings for every room In
your house. , ()'
r
General Markets
PROVISIONS .
VOKTf,ANl, Mareh 28. ( AP).
Bids to faTDier:
(Milk steady; best chnrninR cream, 42c
in vullev: delivered Portland. 45c per
pound. Raw milk, (4) 2.43 cwt. fof
Portland, ,
Kggs mtoady: current receipts, loe
freh medium.. 19c: fresh standard firsts,
22c : fresh standard extras, 23c.
Poultry steady, ea&y tone on light hens
Synopsis of the Annual Statement of
THE LIBERTY 1,1 FK
IX8URANCK COMPANY
of Toieka, in the State of Kansas, on the
31st dny of Oecemher, 192fi, made to the
Insurance Commissioner of the State of
Oregon , pursuant to law;.
CaniUl
Amount of capital stock
paid ii)
Income
Total premium income for
the .'ear .. $
Intere.-t, dividends and
rents received during
the year -
Income fr-nn other sources
received during the
year
30O.OO0.00
986.738.91
137, 327. IK
96,481.80
Total Income $
Disbursement!
Paid for losses endow
ments, annuities and
surrender values $
Diridenda paid to policy
holders during the year
Commissions and salaries
paid during the year
Taxet. licenses and fees
paid during the year
Amount of all other ex
penditures Tolal expenditures
Aageta
1,220,353.89
30,003.29
98,389.84
002,379.71
12.644.24
12G.521.15
860,240. 2G
Value of real estate owned
(market ralue)
Value of stocks aud Iwrds
ownpd (market or am
ortized value)
Loans on mortgages aud
collateral, etc
Premium notes and policy
loans
Cash in bank.s aud On
hand
Net uncollected aud de
ferred premiums
Interest and rents due
and accrued
Other assets (net)
.$ 83,398.29
508.463.53
1.17C 809.17
442,93 32
58,847.25
73,303.41
40.190.70
03.792.18
Total admitted assets.. 2,431,808.05
Liabilities
Net reserves l,87G,26r.92
Gross claims for losses
unpaid . 17,711.36
All other liabilities 185.762.20
Total liabilities, exclu
sive of capital stock
of $300,000.00 ,.... ,2,079.742.48
Business la Oregon for the Year
Gross premiums received
during the year. $ 1,550.24
THE LIBERT V LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY
Wilder 8. Mctca If. Presided.
KJi U. Foster, ffecretary. f
Statutory resident attorney; " for service:
Insurance Commission.-. Salem. Ore.
Svnopsis of ftie Annnat Statement, ,? the
MERCHANTS 1,1 FK' 1WSURAXCK
" COMPANY
of Oes Moines, in the State of Io-, n
the 31st day of December, 192G, niiim
the Insurance Commissioner of the State
of Oregon, pursuant to law:
Capital
Amount of capital stuck
paid up 5 400.000.00
Income
Total premium income for
the year S '-.190,625.10
Interest, dividends and
rents received during
: the year 435,902.19
Income from utln-r sources
received during the
year 4,939,93
Total intosre 2,637,467.58
'Disbursements
Paid for losses, endow
ments, annuities and
' surrender values $ 1,011.359.19
LMvideed- paid to policy
holders during the year 7.051.09
Dividends paid on capital
slock during the year.... 58,000.00
Commissions, and salaries
paid during Ibe year ... 453,127.71
Tiics. licenses and feea
paid during the year 69,353.41
Amount of all other ex
penditures 187,940.27
Total expenditure'...-''....? 1,817,432.17
jkaaeta
Value of real estate owned
(book value) v 311.344.78
Value of t.toiks and bonds
owned (market or am-
ortiscd value) . 717,439.30
Loans on mortgages and
collateral,! etc 0,270,502.92
Premium Extension Agree-
raents and poliey Joatis . I,ltt2,587.64
Cash in banks and on
v "Bd - - --a 429.778.51
act uncollected ml oe-
ferred prenxuims 296.438.4C
Interest and rents due
and accrued 246,686.13
Other assets (net) less
Agent' Credit Balance 3,190.13
Total admitted aset...'. 9.246,167.87
LUbiimes
?et reserves 8.090,919.00
tross claims for losses
tinpaid . .. 63.33o.07
All other liabilities... 322.181 27
Surplus, 3.T29!53
Total liabilities. excTu-
sive of cnpitnl fct(:k , .
, of 9ftO.OUO.UU.. ...9" K.84M67.87
Business la Or(on for tie Tear
tiros iireiuiums ; reft-ivc-l
during the year! $ Vo.019.13
Losses paid darinv the
ar ......" l.UOO.OO
MEUCUANTH J.ITK ISiSCUASCli
COM V ANY , .
, , W. A. Watts, PfesjdenC '
1 W.-yr. iCha mbrean, Seerftary
6taUtoryr-resident attorney for eoTTiee:
Ben.lL Haxeu, rorUand, Oregon.
goin at 5031e; heavy hens. 35$r.2n:
light, 2021e; sprinr. nominal; broil
ers. SOjpSle; Pekin white dcks, ic,
colored, nominal; tnrkeys, live, nom
inal; dressed, 37c.
Onions steady; local. 95$a.t0; pota
toes, steady, fl.401.60 sack.
LIVE8T0CK
PORTLAND. March 28. (AP).
Cattle steady to strong: Beef steers and
cows, lOto 13c higher; receipts. 2.043,
good, 99&9.S3; medium, 98.259; corn
including 230 hilled through. Steers,
mon, 96.75(g 8.23; canner and cotter
steers; 46 6.75; heifers, good. $7.50
7.50: cows, good, ST. 23C& 7.65 ; common
fi,8.50: common and medium, 95.50(&
nnd medium, S5.506.50; low cutters
and -cutters. 93(?f 3."0; bulls, good, year
lings excluded, 96.25 (ff 6.50 ; cutters and
medium, canners and bolognas, S3 6.25;
calves, medium to choice milk fed exclud
ed, $8!fl ll: cnfls and common, $5,50fix8;
vealera, medium and choice, (fvYi
culls and common, $6.50(a Jl.
Hogs slow, early. 10 to 15e lower; re
ceipts 2.630, Heavyweight. 250-350
pounds, .medium, good and choice, $10
12.35; medium weight, 00-230 pounds,
common, medium, good and choice, 911.25
common, medium, good and choice. $12.25
(a 12.65; lightweights, 160-200 pounds,
fa, 12.65; lightweights. 130-160 pounds,
common, medium, good and choice, 912 6C
12.65; packing hogs, roughend smooth,
99.2 5 10.50; slaughter pigs. flO-130
pounds medium, good and choice, $12
12.65: feeder and stocker pigs, 70 to
130 pounds, medium, good and choice,
12.25gj 13.25.
Soft or oily hogs and roasting pigs ex
cluded in above quotations.
Sheep, low; prospects about steady.
Receipts, 1660; lambs, medium to choice,
91 1(S 11.30; culls and common, 910;
yearling wethers, medium to choice. $(4
10; ewes, common to choice, 93Q5.50.
Outside quotations based on best Mt.
Adams, eastern Oregon and similar type
lambs. Few valley lambs selling above
912.
BUTTEE AND EGGS
PORTLAND. March 28. ( AP).
Dairy exchange, net prices:
Butter, extras, 4lc; standards, 41c;
prime firsts, firsts. 41e.
Eggs, extras, 24c; firsts, 22c; pullets,
19c; current receipts, 19c".
PORTLAND GRAIN
PORTLAND. Marrh 28. ( AP).
Wheat, Lids: BBfl hard wheat, March
April, May. ft. 33; hard whie, bluestem,
B.art, federation, soft white, western
white, bard winter, northern spring,
Hvnopsis of the Annuaf Statement of
THE FIDELITY MUTUAL I,lFE
IXRCRANCK tJOMPAXY
of Philadelphia, in the State of Pennsyl
vania, on the 31st day of December. 1926,
made to the Insurance Commissioner of
the State of Oregon, pursuant to laMi:
Capital
Amount of capital stock
paid up 9 None
Income
Total premium income for
the year 9 1-.300, 11 1.48
Interest, dividends and
rents leceived during
the year - 4,030,077.14
Income from other sources
received during the
year 331,331.06
Total income 9 16.608,419.68
Disbursements
Paid for losses, endow
ments, annuities and
surrender values -9 5,864,603.85
Dividends paid to policy
holder.", during the year 2,328,647.76
Commissions and salaries
paid during the yar 2,200,482,94
Taxes, licenses and fees
paid during the year 306,827.28
Amount of all other ex
penditures 789,074.43
Total expenditure $ 11,689,63.6.26
Assets
Value of real estate owned
market value) 9 1,472,215.27
Market value of stocks and
amortized value of bonds
owned 22,206,889.83
Loans on mortgages and
collateral, etc 31,734,107.92
Premium rotes, and policy
loans 12,197,306.90
Cash in banks and on j
hand 672,071.49
Net unee'lected and de
ferred premiums, etc. . 1,50.2,237.67
Interest and ren's dne
and accrued 1,080,211.91
Total admitted assets $ 70,8G5,040.99
Liabilities
Net reserves 5,835,460.00
Oross claims for losses
unpaid . 383,517.38
All other liabilities 7,913.396.29
Total liabilities, exclu
sive of capital stock
of 9 9 C6.8C2.373.67
Easiness In Oregon for the Tear
Gross premiums received
during the, year - .$ 106,166.52
Premiums and dividends
returned during the year 15.958.47
Losses .paid dnrin? the
year 23.103.30
THE FIDELITY MUTl'AL LIFE INSUR
ANCE COMPANY
Walter LeMsr Talbot, President.
R. F. Tull, Secretary.
Statutory resident attorney for service:
T. J. Mondenhall, Portland, Oregon
Synopsis of the Annual Statement of the
t'A XADA 1,1 FK ASfSUR A XCE
. COMPANY
ef he ftty of Toronto in the Province
of Ontario, in the Dominion of Canada,
on the thirty fir:i day of December,
1926. made to the Insurance Cotnmission
ii r of the State of Oregon, pursuant to
law :
Capital
Amount of capital stock
paid up $ 1,000,000.00
Ineome
Total premium income for
the year 2 1,8 10.1 19. 10
Interest, dividends and
rents received during
the year 6,808,405.39
Income from other sources
received during the
year 75 1,722.69
Total income. 9 3, 463,2 47.68
. Disbursements
"Pnia for losses, endow
ments, annuities and
surrender valuea . 9 9,397,002.76
dividends paid to policy
holders during the year.. 3,490,352.33
Dividends, paid on 'capital
stock during. th year. . 700.000.00
Commissions and salaries
paid during the year . 4,162,945.34
Taxes, licenses and fees
paid daring the year. .. 511,100,94
Amount of all other ex
penditures 1.948,305.45
ToUI expenditures 9 20,212,906.82
, Assets
value of rest estate owned
(market value) 9 4.C89.431.21
Value of stocks and bonds
, owned (market or am
ortized value) 53,183,384.34
Loans on Mortgages and
: collateral, etc 42,023.53 4.72
Prsinium note and policy
, loans 18,639.031.17
Cash tn banks and on
hand 401.274.22
Net , uncollected and dc-
. ferred premiums 2.967.731.83
Interest and rents due
and accrued 2,096.759.65
Other anct (net) 81,136.88
Total admitted assets..' f 126,98 1.507.22
. . : . " IdabtltUes
Jet reserve $111,836,393.00
Gross claims for losses
S unpaid ... ... t,032.41S.l
Alt other liabilities 11,565,796.66
Total ' liabilitieft. cxcln-'
aive of capita Mtoefc
of 9 t.OOO.ouo.oo 912L434.G03.a7
Snsiness In Oregon for the Year
tros premiums received
during the year f. 70.3I.'
Premiums and diride'U
returned dnring the year 0.062.87
.Leases paid durius the'
THE CANADA 'i.lFK ASS L'lt AN cli"
. COMPANY
5rrb'ri'- Cox. President.
Statutory resident attorney for service:
" i)rejo"C cmwi10B 6tt of
March, ApH. May,' 91.81; western red,
March. April, May. 9188. . . ,
Oats No. 36 pound white feed,
March. April, May. 34c; ditto gray
March, ApTif. May, 85o.
Barley No. 2, 45 pound, BW. March,
April, May, 30c.
Corn No. 2 KY shipment, March,
April, May, 935.25.
OBEOON HAY
PORTLAND, Umteh 28. APJ.
Hay bnyfng.pr.ces: Eastern Oregon
timothy, f2122: ditto valley. lTfe
17.50; cheat. 9l5: alfalfa 918
18.50: oat hay, fl4.?0: oat and vetcn.
916.5or17: straw, Pr ton. Sell
ing prices, 92 a ton itjoe;
CHICAGO GRAIN
CHICAGO. March 28. fAP). BriiTt
prospects;' for' the new domestic eroy
brought about liberal selling of future
deliveries of wheat toaay ana consequent
lower prices. Export demand was dis-
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OP
APPOINTMENT
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the County Court of the
State of Oregon Tor the County of
Marion, as Executor bf th last
Will and testament and estate
of B. B. Cronk, deceas e"d,
and that it has been duly
arialified as such exeeutor; all per
sons having claims against the
estate bf said decedent are hereby
notified to present the same, duly
verified, to it. at the office of
Ronald C. Glover, Its attorney, 203
Oregon Building, Salem. .Marion
County, Oregon, within six months
from the date of this notice.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
29th day of March. 1927. '
FIRST NATIONAL BANK, a
corporation, of Salem, Oregon.
Executor of the last will and
testament and estate of B. B.
Cronk. deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Executor,
Salem, Oregon.
m29-a5-J 2-19-26.
Synopsis vf the Annual Statement of the
AMERICAN CENTRAL LIFE
INSURANCE COMPANY
if Indianapolis, in the State of Indiana,
on the 31st. day of Decemner, 1926, made
to the Ins'nram.-e Commissioner of the
Slate of Oregon, pursuant to law:
Capital
Amount of capital stock
paid up 9 137,000.00
Income
Total premium income for
the ear 9 3,376,914.05
Interest, dividends and
rents received during
the year 779,875.57
Income "from other sources
received during the
year 247,796.57
Total income 9 4,401,586.19
Disbursements
Paid for losses, endow
ments, annuities and
surrender values $ 1,814.490.62
Dividends paid to policy
holders during the year 4,357.93
Dividends paid on capital
stock during the year ... 10,960.00
Commissions and salaries
paid during the year 992, 200. S3
Taxes, license and fees
paid during the year." 9 4,842.75
Amount of alt other ex
penditures 559,666.23
Total expenditures . . ...9 3,476,018.36
Assets
Vslue of real estate owned
(market value) 9 947,683.81
Value of storks and bonds
owned ( market or am
ortized value) 1,510,707.88 '
I.uns n mortgages and
collateral, etc 7.876,637.04
Premium notes and policv
loans ". 2,489,265.80
Cash in banks and on
hand 218,227.09
Net uncollected and de
ferred premiums 457,114.77
Interest and rents due
and accrued 273,613.46
Other assets (net) 90,251.45
Total admitted assets.. .JS 13,862,503 30
Liabilities
Net reserves 9 12,744,037.26
Gross claims for losses
unpaid 303,138.81
All other liabilities 276,985.55
Total liabilities, exclu
sive of capital stock
of $137,000.00. ; $ 13.324. 711.B2
Business In Oregon for the Tear
Orosa piomiums received
during the year ,83,486.65
Premiums and dividends
returned during the
year a-.-. 9 8 89
losses paid during the .
'""! 38,500.00
AMERICAN CKNTRAf, UKE 1XSUR
ANCK. COMPANY
Herbert M. Woollen. President.
Kdwarri -.. "leyer, SeeTetarv. "
.Statutory resident attorney for' service:
. Insurance Commissioner of Oregon.
Synopsis of the Annnat Statement of the
UNION. MUTUAL LIFE
I N SURANCE COMlAN
of Portland, in the State of Maine, on the
Ust day of December, 1926, made to the
Insoranee Commissioner of the State of
Oregon, pursuant to law:'
Capital
Amount of capital stock
laid P 9 None
' Income
Total premium income for
the year . .. $ 2.428.805.62
Interest, dividends and
rents received during
the year 961,126.66
Income from other sources
received during the
ye'r 5.256.35
Total income ...r 3,485,188.fJ3
., XHsonrsenents
I'aid for losses, endow
ments, annuities and
sprrchder values f 2,267.123.60
Divid-nds paid to policy-
holders during the year 481.024 44
Commissions1 and salaries
paid during the year........ 442.660.16
Taxes, licenses and feea
paid during the year.. . 51,854 50
Amount of all other ex- ' " "
penditures .... 223.890.84
Total expenditures ..$ 3,466,553.60
v . , , Assets
value of real estate owned
r (market value) :.... 487.230 75
Value of atoclr and oonds ' Ti
owned (market or am-
ortised value) 14.510 817 92
Loans on mortgages and m'9'1
collateral, etc. . i,i
Premium Botes and policy 831'43311
raVh"',. - 3.427.463.57
1 Jt " nil on
xe?"'wlri:-;;-::."-""i----ar "6.467.78
Jrrt?d premiums S9hc.t
Xnerest and rent, dne 22,'517:63
a no accrued 229.926.86
Total admitted asset:... $ 19,809 S76 6'
?rorC8T" ; T 18.003,716.00
Oross rlaims for losses -
,rX! v:v::,7:v ?..o8
"viuutf 475,807.88
Total liabilitiew. exeln-
slve of capital stock j
of f 9 1 8.629.2 lOltl
Business In Oregon for tb Tew
um, a premioms received
daring the 'year ;.. S ii !M AB
Prrm,.nrt. - ,nd dividends .-58.B8
rrtrn.-d durinir U -er 9.107.36
- t- uunus icq 1
. . eoMPAsr -
l ' Atthnr I,. Batesj President.
by!,r" Phillips. Beeretary,
T uTkcAuSu1 ttora"y for ervlee:
University
appointing. Wheat closed heavy 11
S to
i.c u'-v iu" rr, rorn uncnangivl to
and oats c to c down.
Cross Meat Market. Bee.t
busiest and best in Salem rv.,
.um. juoic-
est steaks, bacon, hams, sausagn
,u, 6o, una. Auaoiuieiy
liiry. o i u &cate bt.
Chas. K. Spauldlng Logging Co
lumber and building materials!
The best costs nb more than In
ferior grades. Go to Qie big Sa"
Jem factory and Bare money, (aj
Statesman Ads Bring Results
EXECUTOR'S NOTICE OP
APPOINTMENT
Notice Is hereby given that the
indersigned has been duly ap
pointed by the County Court "of tha ?
State of Oregon for the County of
Marion, as executor of the last "will
and testament and estate of Wil
liam Sorrill, deceased, and that it
has duly qualified as such execu
tor; all persons having claims
against the estate of said decedent
are hereby notified to present the
si?ne. duly verified, to it, at the
office of Ronald C. Glover, its at
torney, 203 Oregon Building, Sa
lem. Marion County. Oregon, with
in six moctns irm tne date at
this notice.
Dated at Sa.lem, Oregon, this
29th day of Marfh, 1927.
UNITED STATES NATIONAL
BANK, Trust .Department, a
Corporation, of SKlem, Oregon.
Executor of the last will and
testament and estate of Wil
liam Sorrill, deceaabd.
RONALD C. GLOVER.
Attorney lor Executor,
Salem, Oregon
m29-a5-12-19-26;
Synopsis of the Annnal Statement of the
EQUITABLE- LIFE INSURANCE
COMPANY
of Iei Moines, in tfte State of Iowa, en
the- 3 lit day of leeemher, 19J6, made to
the Insurance Comminsiouier of the Ststs
of Oregon, pursuant to ia
Capital
paid HI r " -- "0.000.M
Income
Total preminm income for
the year - - 11.919.700.48
Interest, dividends and
rents received aurinj
the year
Ineome from other aoarces
received duriBg the
year . - -
4,236.79.4G
294.S26.58
Total ineonie 9
Disbursements
Paid for losses, endow
ments, annuities and
aarrender Talnes 9
Dividends paid to policy
holders during the year..
Dividends paid on capital
stock dnring the year....
Commissions and salaries
paid during the year....
Taxes, licenses and fees
paid during the year
Amount of all other ex
penditures Total expenditures $
Aaseta
Value of real estate owned
( market valne) $
Valne of stocks and bonds
owned (market or am
ortised value)
Loans on mortgages and
collateral, etc i
Premium notes and -policy
loans
Cash in banks and on
hand
Net uncollected and de
ferred premiums
Interest and rents due
and accrued
Other assets (net)
19,431,316.52
3,80j,63j.04
2.846.339.2T
49,000.0!)
3,O33,506.1
432,354.21
723,607.51
10,910,31
3.500,366.69
4,710,795.5
5n,433.831.:3
10,810,240.M
353.482.13
1,838,536.63
2,08M39.9t
16,856.70
Total admitted asset ...5 76,806,951.88
XoAounies j
Set reserves 64,934.041.06
Cross claims for losses
' unpaid - S00-6???
All other liabilities 10.972,30. .9j
Total liabilities, exclu
sive of capital stock
of $700,00000 $ 7fi.10fi.9jl.6s
Business -In Oregon for the Test
Gross premiums received ...
- dnrinir -tbe year $ 226,128.20
Premiums t end dividends
returned daring; the year 38,95.3J
Losses paid during the ,nnnnmA
year 19,0OO.e
EQUITABLE LIFK INSnRAXCE -0-PANY
OP IOWA
H. S. Xollen, President.
11. F. Hadtey. Hecretary. .
Statutory resident attorney for kern.
T. J. Binder.
Kynopsl Of the- Annual Statement of lg
CJKKAT WKSTERN IXStRAAUB
COMPANY
of Des Moines, in the State of -Iowa, on
the 31st day of December. 1926. made
the Insurance Commissioner of te b M
of Oregon, porauant to law:
- - Caattal
Amount of capital stock
paid op - $
... Income
Total premium ineome for
the year ?
Interest, coupons and
rents received dnring
the year . ,
Health and Accident De
partment Ineome from other sources
received - doring the
230,000.0
143.30'
2y.891.5J
gSd.Sll
65.1
; the year .- -
Total income.. $ 1,059.598.61
Disbursements
Paid for losses, endow
anents," annuities and
surrender Tatae . $
Dividends paid 4 to policy
holders during the year
Commission and salaries
paid .daring the year......
Taxes, licenaes ond fees
paid during the year
Amount of all other ex
penditures .,...
HeaJUr: and- accident de-
, partment ...... .
p,93." i
8,396.:
4.7;l.0l
is.in'5
856.537"!
Total expenditures v. 1
, Assets
Value of real estate owned
(market value) ' $
Value of stock and bonds
, owned (market or am
ortised value)
Loans on mortgages and
coHateral, ete. -.;.-t-
Premium notes and policy
. loans
Cash- ia banks and on
liaBd ..i..---. . -
Net uncollected, and de-
. ?rred premiums -
Interoat - and - rents due
and aeeraed .i-i..
Other, 'assets (set) less,
Agents Credit Balance.
421.521.0'
327.502.93
1,866.53
Totat admitted asets..$
Liabilities
Jfet rerves- . . $
943, 6"8'
is,!!:
432, 4t7---1
Ail other liabilities .
3 Total . liabilities, oxelo.
aive or eapTtsn stocx ,
S0.000.00 56a.-5'
s Bast nas In Oregon for the Tear
irosa premiums receivea. ..,a4
dirrfn? the ve.r'..:.. r.. " e.l "
tiRKAT WKSTKRV lNSOBANb
COMPANY.
.. St.. B. lUwleyi rmident.
U,'V. Etnery, -Beeretary.
gulutory reaident attorney for rT,
r lnanraoca Commissioner aid bis
cessor ia office, '. .