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THE OREGON STATESMAN SALEM; OREGON ' 1."
FRIDAY MORNING, MAY, 13, 19I?7
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Members of Commission to
; Confer With Interstate
Interstate freight rates ou farm
products tu Oregon as fixed by
the- public sei vice commission and
later sustained in an opinion by
the state supreme court, are dis
crirainalory and discriminate
against Interstate commerce, ac
cording to a complaint filed with
the Interstate commerce commis
sion by the seTeral railroads af
fected yy the new rate schedule.
A copy of thje complaint to
gether with a letter asking wheth
er the -public service commission
desired j to be heard were received
here today from the interstate
rommeijce commission. The letter
Indicated that the interstate com
merce commission would not as
sume jurisdiction in the case. The
document filed by the railroads
was referred to in the letter as a
so-called complaint and an ap
pearance was left in the discre
tion of the state commission.
Members of the public service
commission said that while the
complaint was without precedent
in Oregon, they might confer with
representatives of the interstate
commerce commission when they
visit the Pacific coast this sum
mer. The order reducing interstate
freight rates on farm product! in
Oregon was issued in the year
1924 but later was attacked by
the railroads. The order was up
held by both the circuit court for
Marion county and by the state
supreme court. It was said that
the railroads aro now operating
under the order.
The letter to the public service
commission was signed by Ulysses
Butler, chief examiner for the in
terstate commerce commission.
Columbia county will supply
planking to repair "OJd Iron
180 beautiful home sites to highest bidder; overlooking
lake and across from beautiful Roosevelt Golf Club on
Roosevelt Highway; one-half mile to ocean.
Lake Shore Lots, View Lots, Timbered Lots and
Nine Cottages to Be Sold
Sale Saturday, Sunday and
Monday, May 28, 29, 30
Two Lots Given Away
Free Barbecue. Free Camping
These lots will triple in value when the Salmon River
Cut-Off Road is completed next year, making this coast
resort closest to Willamette Valley towns.
Your last chance to secure a summer home site
on the most beautiful tract fronting on
And at Your Own Price!
Distance to property via Salmon River, from
principal towns, when cut-off is completed:
Sheridan : 29 Miles
McMinnville 42 Miles
Dallas 42 Miles
Salem 57 Miles
Oregon City 70 Miles
Portland : 83 Miles
Lake Ocean Land Company
1110 Porter Building Portland, Oregon
; (Continued from page 9.)
which Miss Helen Bridgman gave
two instrumental numbers.
Mrs: D. H. Mosher announced
that the mite-boxes would be
opened at the June meeting. 1
House Guest From
Mrs. Walter L.. Spaulding is en
tertaining as her house guest her
brother's wife, Mrs. Clay C. Miller
of Oregon City. Mrs. Miller ar
rived in Salem last night and will
remain until after Sunday.
Salem Folk Return From
Interesting Motor Tour
Mr. and Mrs. F.' M. Haberman
and Mr. and Mrs. F. X. Hoereth
and daughter Marjorie, returned
on Tuesday from an interesting
motor tour to Yakmia, Ellensbhrg.
Aberdeen and Seattle, where they
were the guests of friends and
The Salem party has the dis
tinction of having passed through
the McKenzie Pass on the first day
this season that this route over
the Cascades was open Thursda7,
May 5. '
Visitors Spend Week-End
at Harry Styles Home
Mr. and Mrs. Harry M. Styles
entertained as their house guests
last week-end Mr. and Mrs. John
Duthie and dajighter, Hermine-,
of Pullman. Wash., and Mr. and
Mrs. Earl Weaver and little son.
Vernon, of Oakland. Cal. The
Duthies are Mrs. Weaver's par
Dinner Guests at
Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Barkus en
tertained as their dinner guests
Tuesday night Mr. and Mrs. W. A.
Barkus and children, Elmer and
Alice. The lovely hydrangea,
which was a Mothers' day gift to
Mrs. Barkus, centered the table.
i flTtp-rl Markets
PORTLAND. May 12. (AIM Cattle
and calves stf-ady on all rlasse but
vmlrrtt. these 50c to $1 down. No re
ceipts, two cars.
Hogs steady; receipt 1
im ....t l ..... v.. o --. n I ti- luvpf re-
i-lie I. 14 lauiun ' ' ' " ' - . - ,
ceipts Jilj including "JjO on contract.
I m J lii in In rhniltf $9.50frfll:
c-uIU and common tfHfa 8.50 ; Kprinir,me-
dium to choice pounds aown u..iiwi
13; yearlings wethers, medium to choice
Vealers, medium and rnoine ivta-i.;
culls and common $t. 5010.
IORTI.AM). May 12. (Al' Bid
to farmen.: Milk steady; raw milk (4
i.er rent S2.25 crt. 1. o. b. Portland.
Butt erf at 40c f. o. h. Portland.
Poultry nteady; heavy hens i'aioe
light 19 20c; springs nominal; broilers
Jan&xuc; petin wnne nuins zoc; rort
nominal; turkeys, live nominal; dressed
Onions steady; local $3.750i .
Potatoes steady; $1.50(&1.8j sack.
PORTLAND. May 12. (AP) Wheat
bids: BBB hard white May $1.55, June
$1.54: HW, BS. Baart May. June
1.51: federation, soft white, western
white May $1.47: June $1.4 : hard
winder, western red May, June. $1.44
northern .spring May. June $1.48.
Oats, No. 2, 36 pound white feed and
cray Mar. June S40.
Barley, No. 2, ; 45 pound BW May
Corn, No. - EY shipment May, June
mm Ann grain
CHICAGO, i May li:. (AP) Wheat
look an jinwird slant todar owmz larz
ly to assertions that spring seeding in
latiaHk in three weeks It4r than normal.
Resides domestic winter wheat cron ad
vices were disquieting. Wheat ctosed
linKotllaH u thti lulllli n. VktunlllT . fill
isli to 5-Hc. higher, corn 3-4c off to l-8c
up and 'oats ut 14 to I -Me advance.
PORTLAND, May 12. ( AP) Hay
buying prices: Kastern Oregon timothy
S2lto22: ditto valley $ 1 7 to. 1 7.50 ; cheat
$14. 50; alfalfa' $lH(n.' IX.50 : oat hay
I4...0: oat and vetch f 1 .50 Is 1 7
traw $.5i per ton. Belling prices
a lou more.
-toe ; staiidards
Kggs, extras 23c: firsts
JOr; current receipts 19c.
May 12. (AP) Dairy
prices: Butter, extras
i'Jr ; prime firsts 38 Vic
New Arrivals of ,
in Ladies 9 Pumps
We have just received over a dozen new things from two
or our leading factories making novelty shoes, and we are
quite sure they will please the most discriminating buyer.
There are a number of high riding one straps in both fancy
and plain types, De Orsey's pumps both plain and orna
mented, open shanks, both narrow and wide strap pat
terns.central straps and a lot of sandal effects are promi
nent among the new ones we have placed on display in oUr
Be sure and come, in now while we can give you the benefit
of a complete stock.
Most of the styles are i
.. ; $iaoo aM: $12.00
Dr. John M." Gronholm
Expert Foot Specialist
Consultation - Free
"- .... - - ' t
. Ran Sue
Axel Jacobsori .
In charge of Shoe Re
pair Department, does
' .only finest work-
SCHOOL MEET PIjAN.NKI
OREGON NORMAL SCHOOL.
Monmouth, May 12. (Special.)
Grade schools of Polk county will
hold' their annual track and field
meet at Monmouth Saturday, May
14. The events will be held on the
Oregon normal school campus,
and. as usual, the meet is being
sponsored by the normal authori
ties. Practically every school in
the county is Bending contestants
for the various events, according
to Coach Meador of the normal,
who has charge of the day's pro
So. 1, -wheat, white $ 1.35
iwrd. wheat, packed 1.32
Oata, per bu. (.milling .52
POKBt MTJTTO.S AND BEET
Top hogs - 104
Sow - 06.07
Top atecrs ' ..3.09
Cow ...a. - - - 06
Bulla 4 04.05
1927 lambs. miAf C6 lbs 12Va
Top lire vea! -. -09. 11
lreherf veal : . 17
Urcsaed pijs .' 15
Kon.xtcrs , i . .
EGGS. BUTTEE BUTtrEEFAT
Itutterfat - 40
Cream buttter 12.43
Vfegetable!, bcels, sacked .05
Oijions. do, bunches .90
New Cabbage 07tirt.n
Celery . ...
California lettuce, crate AMf
liOcal onions 07
Klamath Falls Oregon Trunk
has purchased 150 tracts of land
to secure right of way. Pelican
City to Link river.
9: 15-11 :.; Kt;V ti'Jt. Lxercises;
household 1 1 f 1 1 and innr.it.
10 :() 1 1 :oo KHVV 212;. HomeiJeau
10.on-U.00 KXL ("t'J). Morning mu-
10::t0-12:00 KKX fC42). I'attie Cook,
11 rtM-12 ;0O KOIN 31). Housewife's
12:00 KFKC (252). Weather reports.
12:0 12:20 KKX. Popular orchestra
12 :-l':p0 KOIX. George Ol'sene, con
12::'.0-1 ::iO K(iV. Noon concert.
2:o.3:00 KXL. Musi.-.
2 :fM :i :0 KGW. Matinee.
2::Hi Knd KTHit (2(53). Play hy play
.3:00 4:00 KttlX. News, music.
4:O0 5:00 KFKC Manie.
4 :- :Otl KFWV. Twilite boor.
5:15-6:00 -KEX. Postman Bill's chil
j;15-6:Wi KOIX. Topsy Turvy Time.
0:00-7:00 KTBK (2B3. Music.
i:(M-7:00 KUW (491). Dinner roneert.
tt:(MJ-7-0o KOIX (319). George Ol'sene,
6:00-H:00 KFWV (212). Amusement
6:00-6:300 KX (242). News, markets
and time Kisnal.
: ::to-7 ::. KKKC (25C). Music. .
6:30-7 ::?() KXL (1J. Music.
7:(O 7:.10 KGW. Concert trio and fisli-
7:00--;.. KT1IK. AAA road reports.
7:00-7:30 KOIX. Amusement guide.
7:30-8:00 KKX. T3ie Webfoot crier.
7. :o8:(io KXf. Sons Land bits.
7:::o H:i(K;v. Quartet.
7:40 8.2O KOIX. Weber's Junior string
8: -io::;ti KFWV. Studio proprauu
8:O0!:0O KTBk. Studio program.
8:00 :it( KKX. Classic hour.
:ion:o KXL. Studio proitram.
8 MMI i;00 KG '.V. Orchestra and soloists.
8:-40-U:fO KOIX. Studio prosram.
9:0o 10:OO KGW.X. B. C. progTam.
!i:(HMO:ini-K01X. Misiha P.U orches
tra. lO :::, U KGV. Ifoot Owls.
lo .i(; J-J:(M KOIN. IU-rl orchestra.
l.' iio 1 :(Ht-1-KF.I! (26.!). Modern music.
Kt.O Oakland 'itl. 6, orchestra; !;."
8. nuartct. duet' and soloists; 9, X. B.
C proaTjiin: lo, dance orchestra.
Kr'l ls Aiiflcs (167). 5:.'iO, fi:lS,
6:;:0. 7, Aeolian organ concert; 8-9, X.
It. . program i 10, ballad hour.
KMA Seattle (454). 6. triii: 7-8, con
cert orchestra: 9, X. B. tl, prosram;
U, dance orchestra; 10:.?O Hoot Owls.
K.7H Seattle C181). G6:30. orchestra;
8. talk; 8:30-9:20, trio; 10, time sig
nal. KPO San Francisco (428 1. 5:30, chil
dren's hour: .6 : 1 5-(J ::;o, orchestra: 7,
7:2(1. 8. u;trtet; 9. X. B. C. program;
1 o. orchestra.
KKWB Hollywood (252). 6. concert, 7
7::so. orchestra: 8,. trio and tenor; 9,
conc rt enseml.le and tenor: 1 ( Kaiu'
how hour: 11, dance orchestra.
K V7j Hollywood (226). 6 7. Hawaiian
trio and soloists: 8, orchestra and solo
ist : 9, dance orchestra.
KFWI San Francisco (250). 6,' Hawai
ian: 7, 8, lo, dance orchestra.
KI-X Oakland (509), 5:30. children's
hour; 7, news; 8. motor chats; 8:0,
9:-U, dance orhestra.
CX It V Vancouver (291). 8, 'organ con
cert; 9, trio; 10. dance program.
KYA Sau Francisco (288). : 6 ::J0, ron
eert trio: 8. 10, dance orchestra.
KFOX -LD4C Beach (232). 6, 6:15. con
cert orchestra; 7. Christian Science
church: 7:30, 7:45.. 8, band eoncertf
9. dance orchestra ; 10, frolic.
KXIiC Snt Monida (239).' 6, orgmn
concert; 7, 9, orchestra nd soloUU;
10. dance orchestra.
KTAB Oakland (303). 6:45. 8. duets
and soloists; 9. Goat Island Goata.
KG A Spokane (341). 6, 7, 8, orchestra.
KNX Hollywood 337). 6; orchestra;
6:30, orcliestra: 7. 7:30. 10, fight pro
gram: 11, dance orcheetra.
KOAC Corr.HU (280). 7. edUf,t;0a,
CFCT Victoria (3:). 7:35, ehiidr
program: 8. . 1
KOWW Wall. Walla (285). 7 g
KHJ Loa Angetec (405). o:'ao' ri,
dren'a program; 7:40, 8, 9 ' "'
KFSU Lo Aniteles (275). (J 30
lus boar; 7:30, Crusader ralrr- ,r.'
haul concert and xlyophone sohi,"
KOMO Seattle (,306). 6, concert rri
tra and male quartet; 7:30. concert T"
eheatra: . - X. R. C; projtram: )'(,
dance orchestra; 11. orchestra and vr u'
"Valley Motor Co l,
Pyroxylin Finish On Your Old
Ford Using Ford Materials
Old paint scratched off, chassis repaint
ed, top dressed, upholstering on open
cars dressed, three coats of lacquer on
$20 Open Fords
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