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Oregon Friday, August 17, 1928
The New Oregon Statesman, , Salem,
LOCAL NEWS BRIEFS:
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Causes at Coast Dr. and Mrs.!
J. M. Cause and the family of Dr.
Cause's brother are spending the
rest of this week at the coast.
Mortgage Foreclosure William
R. Patty yesterday began salt In
circuit court to foreclose a $2000
mortgage against Cecil J. Channer
Here From Eagone H. D. Rae
of Eugene was a Salem visitor
yesterday. 4 :
Guests la Salem .Mrs. O. L.
Agee returned to 'her ' home In
Toledo yesterday after a brief vis
it to this city. 1 , ,
Shermans at Goat--Professor
C. L. Sherman and family are
spending several days at Oregon
License Issued- Ralph E. Jack-
onn 9 A t9 K9A Vnrth 1 fit H at root
yesterday took ont a license to!co.nouse
marry Grace L. Hunt, 2t, of 1375
North Capitol street.
At liocal Hospital A. R. Hara
ber of Woodburn entered the Dea
coness hospital yesterday for
Sons to Greenes Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Greene, 1255 3rd street, are
the parents of a baby girl, born
Wednesday night at the Salem
Minor Operation Little Bade
Daris of Rockaway submitted to a
minor operation at the Deaconess
Final Account Made Final ac
count in the. matter of the estate
of the late Walker D. Johnson
was filed In probate here yester
day. The estate's assets are listed
at $3000. with $373.00 of that
Sue for Price of Goods The
Credit Service corporation yester
dav began action in circuit court
against J. L. Stafford for $148.92.
The corporation alleges that goods
amounting in value to that sum
were delivered to the defendant
by the Crown Mills company
Mickelson to Teach William
Mickelson, who graduated from
Willamette unlrersity In June re-
centlr received appointment tor""?c l"c . "
. u in th. ki-h hw.i t ta!ti
Stevens, Wash. Mr. Mickelson
will instruct in manual training
and mechanical drawing.
DiTorce Asked Madge Burnett
yesterday filed suit in circuit
court asking a divorce from Jen
nings W. Burnett. Desertion Is
alleged as the ground for the suit.
They were married in Salem April
3, ,1925. She demands custody of
Leroy and Harold Burnett, two
minor children, a flat assignment
of $250 and $40 a month alimony.
Mrs. Ohmart Very 111 Mrs.
Roy D. Ohmart of Woodburn, who
underwent a major operation yes
terday, was reported last night as
seriously ill' and considerable
doubt was held out as to whether
she would lire until morning. She
was being cared for at a local hos
pital. Mrs. Ohmart is the mother
of Miss Velleda Ohmart of Salem.
Mortgage Foreclosures Four
mortgages foreclosures suits were
filed in circuit court here yester
day by the Intermountain Build
ing and Loan association, defen
dants and amounts being as fol
lows: J. H. Miles, $894.22; Wil
Ham Bond, $2700; Hiram Cooper
$1974.22; Hiram Cooper, $.1218
Guardian Appointed Andy
Keidel. father of Margaret Keidel
and Lerlna Keidel, was yesterday
appointed as their guardian by or
der of the Marion county court.
A. F. Schlndler, John Van Handel
and Joseph Van Handel were ap
pointed appraisers of the chil
Objections File! Objection to
the final account in the matter of
the estate of the late J. H. Mack
was yesterday filed in probate by
Jane. Mack. She asserts that she
had an agreement with Mack to
care for his three grandchildren
at the rate of $10 a month. This
agreement was In effect for the
eif?ht months ending April 1,
1923. she asserts, and asks that
the $80 be awarded her from the
Ralph Wolfe Release! Ralph
Wolfe yesterday was released on
$500 ball following his arrest on
a charge of falling to stop after
an automobile acicdent. The com
plaint was sworn out by William
Sheridan, father of James Sheri
dan, who was killed when the car
he was driving crashed Into one
driven by Wolfe Just north of
Salem several weeks ago. Sheri
dan also has started civil action to
collect $7500 damages for his
Visit Briefly Mrs. Harry Pol
lard, wife of Harry Pollard, a di
rector with the Universal Film
conipany at Sacramento. Calif.,
her -mother, Mrs. K. Fisher and
sister. Mrs. B. Payle. also from
California, were registered at the
Marion hotel yesterday, on their
way back to the south after spend
ing several weeks on a trip which
took them as far north as British
Columbia. The women visited
relatives in Silverton as well as
here while passing through to and
from the north. Mrs. Pollard was
Marguerite Fisher, and with her
mother and sister formerly made
her home in Silverton where she
developed talent that later led to
the stag eand eventually to the
FORCED TO QUIT
Business on acrownt of poor
Entire Jewelry stock Is stow :
being; old at : r
Sales Dally 2:80 aad 7:30 p. m.
Frew Prises Dally
835 State St. .
' Salem, Oregon
Mundte Return Mr. and Mrs.
Alfred Mnndt and a son and Mr.
and Mrs. I- Elefson returned
Thursday from a vacation trip
which took them as far as Spok
ane. Ex-Student Here Miss Martha
Hutt, who graduated from Wil
lamette uniYersity with the class
of 19 14. called at the university
yesterday. Miss Hatt is a teacher
at RIverton, Oregon: ''
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Mrs. BaUey .Here Mrs. , Ken
neth Bailey, whom Salem people
will remember as Katherine Slade.
Is here from Seattle for a Tisit
with her brother, E. P. Slade, and
sister, Mrs. John J Roberts.;
Returns to Store Mrs. Grace
Crater, buyer for the ready to
wear and millinery department of
Miller's, is back in the store after
a baying tour of the San Francis-
'Band Concert Tonight The
municipal band concert at Willson
park this evening will feature
popular dance numbers, according
to the announcement of O. A.
Steelhammer, director. Oscar B.
Gingrich will sing two numbers.
Miss Enyeart Visits Miss Vir
ginia Enyeart. who atended Wil
lamette unlrersity two years ago
has been visiting with friends In
Salem. Miss Enyeart attended
Washington state college last year
and will return this fall.
Permit Issued p. H. D'Arcy
took out a building permit Thurs
day for the repair at a cost of
$500 of the downstairs room in
his building at 460 State street
which was formerly fitted up as a
cafeteria. It is to be occupied by a
City Order Violated Repeated
riolation of the council's order
closing the open toilets used in
connection with the 14 th street
playground was reported Thurs
day by Batty Cooper, city sanitary
inspector. He has nailed them shut
sereral times, only to retarn and'est end. The interior is unfinish-
find them reopened.
J' - iraui.uln ar"1 ajii.o
league of Portland, will hare
services next Sunday.
August 19. at the Immanuel Bap
tist church, corner of Hazel ave
nue and Academy street. The pub
lic is invited to attend both of
Ex-Resident Here Fred P.
Meyer of San Francisco Is visiting
at the home of his cousin, Thom
ca W. Hoiman. Mr. Meyer, who
was born and reared in Salem, has
been connected with the sales de
partment of the Standard Oil com
pany for the past 12 years. Fred
says this town has grown so fast
he couldn't even find the court
Gabrielsons Leaving Mrs. C. D.
Gabrielson and Carl Gabrielson are
leaving this morning for a motor
trip to Washougal. Wn. On the
return trip they will be accom
panied by Charles Kay Bishop,
who has been working in the
Washougal woolen mills this
summer. Young Bishop will leave
Salem September 2 for Culver,
Ind.. where he will enter the Cul
ver military academy.
DEV. FRANK DYER
WIIIS LEGAL COUP
LOS ANGELES. Aug
(AP) An unexepected legal coup
by counsel for Dr. Frank Dyer
whose removal from the pastorate
of the Wilshire Boulevard church
is being sought, took the case out
of the hands of Superior Judge. N.
E. Rector today and put it before
the District Court of Appeals.
The move was made known just
after the judge had Intimated that
he was about to deliver a decision
in favor of the demandthe anti
Dyer forces for - the removal of
the pastor and his board of trus
tees. The court had declared be
fore all the testimony had been
heard that it had sufficient data
upon which to render a decision.
An order to show cause why
Judge Rector should not be re
strained from further action was
obtained from the appellate court.
The order will 'be argued August
27. . '
Milk is ahout 86 per cent water.
Tracts tor Character '
A noB-eeetaiina aoardlng ai
day oeBwot. for aoya.
seaolaatia taadardU Home
like atmamn.ee; aviation;
svtalatMsv Bead taw
Give yonr dog a vacation too.
Leave him with us.
Petlaad Boarding Keiwels
E. B. FLAKK, Prop.
Pacific Highway H mO
North of Salem .
WrB tadav fee FREE book
W trees. .
Aim Slvaa details ad
TO ELIMINATE PILES. 4
natter how are era. OK
REFUND PATIENTS FEE.
rsjrrHAcTico -ios Acctrf
thu e a ese wn iTiwi
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At Xeskowia Mr. and Mrs.
Newton Smith are on a Ta cation
trip to Neskowln.
From Brans Valley N. O
Laager or Brans valley was a
business visitor to Salem yester
Repairs Planned A permit was
Issued to C. Munt for repair of a
dwelling at 1326 D street, at a
cost of $150. S. E. Wolfe will be
In charge of the work.
Fails to Stop Helen Hamilton
was fined $5 in municipal court
Thursday for failure to stop her
automobile at a through street
Wrong Plates Used D ell
Wright of Portland was yesterday
fined $25 in Justice court here
for making improper use of a set
of dealer's license plates on his
Minor Operation Violet Ram
sey of Silverton and Mrs. Mary
Ihrlg. 660 'North High street,
were given minor operations at
the Salem General hospital yes
HIGH SCHOOL 11110
Work will be completed today
on the auto mechanics shop at the
Salem high school, with the pos
sible exception of finishing the
second paint coat. Practically all
the machinery has been selected.
but there is no immediate hurry
in the installation.
The shop is Immediately south
of the machine shop, and is ap
proximately 60 feet long and 401
feet wide, of frame construction
with a concrete floor. There Is one
large main room, with a small
store room and office at the north
There will be plenty of light
without artlfieal aid on all except
(he darkest days, as the south and
west side have windows for nearly
two-thirds of their space. Sinks
and toilets have been installed.
A large concrete grease pit, six
feet deep, has been constructed in
the northwest end.
A long "L" shaped bench, fit
ted with drawers, will be placed
elong the south side and west end.
Plans for the shop were drawn
by Lyle Bartholomew, school ar
chitect, and construction has been
In charge of William Yarnell, lo
The first judging tour In which
Marion county boys' and girls'
club members have participated
was he-Id yesterday when a group
from the . Shropshire sheep club
joined with the Polk county chib
members on a judging tour In the
neighboring county. County Agri
cultural Agent Beck of. Polk ar
ranged and headed the tour, the
Marion group .being accompanied
by William Fox, rural supervisor
who has charge of club work in
Seven Classes Judged
Six classes of sheep and one of
goats were judged. The first stop
vas made at the William Riddle
farm, two miles north and west
from Monmouth, where three
classes of Cotswoid were judged.
At the Hogg farm, on the Rickre
all road two miles from Monmouth
three classes of Hampshire were
1927 Pontlae 4 door Sedan has
been driven but yery little,
looks and runs like a new car.
well equipped and a real hoy at
.-The tioa That Settle ftaUJ'
WT. CREST ABBEY
LXX3TD T. RIGDON. Magr.
. or aix woox.
. At One Price Only
TalajM Deea Ik
ractary Ta Vaatwg "
S47 StaU St.
WtUant oaeratlea ar leea of tla
: DIw MAIMIULL
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JUDGING IP MADE
.in i am m .m
H. A. Lindgren. extension spe
cialist in the livestock department
at O. A. C was head Judge for
Mr. Fox said the tour was en
joyable and instructional for all
who made If, and commended Mr.
Beck of Polk county for the man
ner in which it was arranged. He
is planning to give his club mem
bers considerable judging prac
tice this year, as a new team will
have to be worked up for the state
fair and the livestock exposition
Next Tour August 23
The next Judging tour, also
joint with Polk clubs., will be held
August 22, when dairy cattle will
be the subject. All cattle club
members of Marion county are el
igible to attend, and should be
at the county court house prompt
ly at 9 o'clock that morning.
. Boys and girls who made the
trip from Marion yesterday were:
Donald and Wallace Doerfler,
Macleay; Henry Gerig, Pratum;
Dorothy Bowen, and Helen Mae
Thompson of Macleay; and Helen
Schulx, Salem route fire.
' GOES TO PORTLAND
This morning Mrs. Elisabeth
Rowley, swimming instructor for
the Y. W. C. A., is taking a jun
ior class in lifesaving to Portland
for the day. The girls going with
Mrs. Rowley include: Helen
Ralph, Ellleen Moore. Anoka
Coates, Vena Brown. Lucy Klein,
and Alberta Van DahL Tansporta
tion is being furnished by Doug
The plan of the trip is to visit;
as many of the public swimming
place's in Portland as possible. Tho
first stop will be at Oswego Lake. I
and will be followed by visits at
the Shattuck school, Sellwood
park. Portland Natatorium and
the Y. W; C. A.
Arrangements hare been made
for the girls to make a tour of the
Jantzen Knitting Mills to see how
bathing suits are made. From tho
Jantzen mills the girls will betak
en to the new Jantzen amusement
park, where they will play on the
various amusement features of
fered. The superintendent at to
big Jantzen pool will take the
girls through the pumping and
filtering plant so that they may
tee the mechanical part of the
pool. After a swim in the pool the
girls will return home.
WHITTIER, Calif.. Aug. 16.
(AP) A degree of .Doctor of lit
erature will be conferred on Mrs.
Herbert Hoover wife of the repub
lican candidate for president, here
tomorrow by Whittier college.
When Mr. Hoover leaves Los
Angeles after hia arrival therefor
Long Beach. Mrs. Hoover will
come to this city to receive the de
gree from Dr. Walter F. Dexter,
professor of Whittier college.
Mrs. Hoover, who lived here as
a young girl, will be met by a del
egation of citizens and city off!
cials and will be escorted to the
First Friend's church where the
degree will be conferred.
Sunflower seeds yield a valu-
able food for cattle and poultry.
Salem Wed o o
FEATURES fw EVERY
QUARTER or tsx GLO&l)
TKC HANNCFORO FAMILY.
FL7IN6 WARDS AND
PETER TAYLOR. PEER j
OF ALL ANIMAL
tpumn larsrt rsstn-
Sbermaa-sClajr Co. No Extra Chargw
TTKX TORIO reading tea sea. Ws la
'snre , rear g Usees a-aatM kreakare.
ThotsTptoaSlatsch Optical Co.
lit X. Coassa'l Si.
Rewoand and Repaired. Xew
r Used Hot era (
VIBBERT & TODD
fl Son tit High . Ted. 3111
John J. Rottle '
V 415 State Si.
Expert Shoe Fitter
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an in slim
Sales offices will be opened tn
Salem Saturday morning by S. R.
Denham. manager for the Cascade
Equipment company, dealers in
store, market equipment and re
frigeration equipment with head
quarters in Portland. The offices
of the company here will be at 147
North High street
Special attention will be paid.
for the time being, to the refrig
eration business, Mr. Denham an
nounced Thursday, the company
handling electrical refrigeration
machinery of the most approved
and modern type.
"We are convinced that Salem
should have a branch of our com
pany," said Mr. Denham. "as no
city of the Pacific Northwest has
shown more promise of business
and industrial expansion during
the past year. Our offices here
will be ready to give the publl-j
first class service from the start
and I look for excellent results in
Mr. Denham, who has been in
Portland since the company re
moved its headquarters from Eu
gene to that city, has arranged to
make his home here. The com
pany has branch offices in Eu
gene. Klamath Falls and Pendle
ton, the opening of the Salem
branch to make the fourth in this
Announcement of the company's
line of equipment will appear in
the columns of this paper from
time to time.
FIND IT HERE
(Hi Time Dance Crystal Garden
Every Wed. and Sat. night.
Every evening at
Hotel dining room.
Why Not Go Oat to Woodland
Park and picnic. The park Is
beautiful and the water fins.
Old Time Dance Mellow Moon
Friday night. Dad Baltimore's
A. N. Moores Has Moved
His office from 30 Oregon
Building to rooms 4 and 5, D'Arcy
Dance Sat Xlte
With Dwight Johnson's Orches
tra at Kenti Hall.
Dance Sat Kite
With Dwight Johnson's Orches
tra at Kenti Hall.
Under new management, is now
serving meals at regular hours
SBaby Carriage For Sale-
Excellent condition. Lloyd
make. 'Cash $16.00. Call 183SM,
or 1285 Waller St.
An All White Porcelain Electric
Range with porcelain oven lin
ing and automatic oven heat con
trol for $135 at the Eoff Electric
Customers by the thousands axe now reaping: the benefit of the great savings we
offer in our stupendous summer sale. Friday, August 31st, this greatest of bargain
events comes to an end. Be warned don't let this opportunity pass without supply
ing your summer needs as well as the staple articles you will need for the year. An
opportunity for savings that only Ward's could offer. Come and share, don't miss it.
to AOS aam
16,000 Mile Unconditional Guarantee
You save your money when you retire
30x3 ft O. S. Clincher
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33x4 S. S. -
32x4ya S. S. :
Radio Saperslate Roll
S5 to 90 lbs. per roll
Per RoO $20 .
Approved by Fire ravleiWrltoni. Coated with
Pare Asphalt and Sape8arf aced with
Radio Saperstate Rootlas has stood the test
of service la every case. That's why we make
oar remarkable kmc-Iife gmaraatee. .
MONTGOMERY WARD:&; GO.
Dance Kenti Hall Sat, Kite
Dwight Johnson's Band.-.
Dance Kenti Hall Sat. Kite
' Dwight. Johnson's Band.
Can Ton Beat This
An all white porcelain electric
range for $135 at the Eoff Else
unaranteea wnen yon buy an
electric range from the Eoff Elec
VOTERS HERE URGED
TO REGISTER EARLY
Any: voter who has moved from
the precinct in which he lived at
the time of the May election,
must register again, said Henry
Boyer, county clerk, yesterday.
when commenting on the need of
early registration before the books
close October 5. Under the new
Oregon law, swearing in at tho
polls has been abolished and only
registered voters can qualify at the
polls in November.
Other citizens who should reg
ister are those who have not voted
at an election in the last two
rears, voters who have removed
here from another state or young
men and women who have just at
tained their majority.
Mr. Boyer Is assisting in ,the
work of early registration by see
ing personally that all visitors ir.
ills office who have not already
been registered, immediately are
Suggestions of Managers Ed
wards and Rupert of the Salem
and Albany baseball teams respec
tively that the final meeting of
the Willamette Valley league be
held in Salem next Sunday, have
apparently been set at naught by
the fact that President George J.
Wilhelm had sent out notices
Thursday, prior to receiving word
of the suggestion, calling the
meeting for Sunday evening in
Plans for the playoff between
Salem and Albany for the first
half championship, the winner of
which will play Bend for the sec
ond half title, will be made at
that time, and the business of the
league wound up for the season.
Each of the continents has one
or more towns hearing the name
LEAGUE WILL MEET
III EUGENE SUNDAY
ILadd & Bush, Banlteirs
GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS
Office Hours from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.
4 IticnUrcTPUiWWaAH tCc h
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Acclaimed by thousands of
bonsewirea to be the equal of
marhiaee soUlng as high as
9105. Ton, too, showTd find
ont what makes it supreme.
Ask for a free demonstra
tion. No oblhratioa whatever.
Only one week more to bay
It at oar sensationally low
Summer Sale price. May be
purchased on terms if desir
ed; $5 dowa aad SO monthly.
Doa't miss this wonderful
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Phone 1435 .
STAGE TRACK NET
Girls of the three city play
grounds met yesterday afternoon
at the 14th street grounds for an
inter-playground track meet The
glrla at 14 th street took first team
honors with a score of 38; Lincoln
was close with a score of 31. Yew
Park girls garnered eight points.
Margaret Prevola of. Lincoln
was the high-point contestant with
. a a a. a. am
a total or. zi ponu, ana Aitca
Hays of 14th street was second
with 12. Standings in the events
Heppiaf rM( far little girls: Lois
Cw4a (U). Jim Wil (Prk) aC
CUr StUtron (14).
as y. dMfc: LoU Owdem 114). Mr-
iaa Xwi-kr, sad Iraaa Uck.
SO yd. 4aa: Mary PTela (Liprola),
Am Heftert (14), Xarfsret JWer
TS yd. Mary PrrvoU (Liorala),
Alir Haya (14), Racaal Pcmbertoa
Broad jump: Vary Prcrola (Liaeala),
Harraerit Mantes (14), Roae Hoffart
High jump: Alice Bay (14), tied for
second place: Roae Hoffert of 14th
stret and Mary Prevola ot I.inreln.
Baseball throw: Mary Prevola (Lia
eoln), Alice Hara (14), Roae Hoffert
Basketball throw: Mare Prevola (I.),
Rachel Pembertoo (L), and Alice Hays
The relay rare was woa hy the 14th
street teen: Alice Hay. Rose Hoffert,
Marroerite Mantes and Mary Toalia.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Aag.. 16.
Dairy Kxebanre. net pmi:
Batter: extras 48e; standards 46c;
prime firsts 45e; firsts 45e.
Eggs: extras 33c; firsts Sle; mediant
extras 28c; mediam firsts 26e; aader
PORTLAND, Ore. A eg. 16. (AP).
Ht: Haying prices: Eastera weegoa t-m
ethf $21021.50: do valley. $17017.50;
alfalfa $16.50017; clover $12; est hay.
$15015.50; straw. $7.50 ton; selling
prices $t ton more.
PORTLAND. On.. Aug
H holeiale price:
Milk-Raw milk (4 per cent). $2.85
rwt.. fnh Portland, leas one per cent.
Rntterfat. 44e station. 45e track. 47048e
Toultry steady Alive hen over 44
lbs., 2te; 4 t 4H ponnds 20c; 8 o 4
lbs.. 18c; 3 lbs., aad under 18e; ipirinc
and leghorns under 3 lbs., 25c: over 2
lbs.. 23e. Springs and leghorns firmer.
Potatoes steady Quntstions on batis'
of 100 lh. sscks: Yakima Netted Gem,
new. $1.60 to $1.75; Irish Cobbler, new.
$1.40 to $1.50; Iecbntes Gem, old. 17.
8. No. 1. $1.00 to $1.25; combination
Onions Hetl vsr:etie $1.25 to 1.75.
Batter Steady. Portland iry Kx-
.'hange net wholesale Trire : iC'il) : '
Extras. 45Ve; standards, 43He; prims
firsts. 4,1c; firsts. 42e. Creamery prices: i
Print. 3c over cube standards.
Eggs Steady, Portland Dairy Ex
change (net basis): Kresh stsndsrd ex
trss. 29c: fresh stsndsrd firsts. 28He;
freth medium extrss. 27e; fresh medium
fimts, 26c. Prices to retaiters, lit it
over exehanra price. . '
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The Ward way Electric
Plan to install yowr
besttlng plant . before
cold weather cornea.
See Use new Windsor
Furnaces, pipe or pipe
leas, at this store. Here
you east get the kind
aad sine needed.
Fvnani the equal
of 9 ISO ones, at Jast
about obe-third the
-. Cash :..
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Terms if desired
manager for complete details.
PORTLAND. Ore. Aer. 14. i.P-2
Cask rraia: Wheat Bic Bead Blaoateam, i
hard whit !.;, soft white fl.lSiJ
aare wane i.zs ; soft wait
westers wait $1.13; har4
$1.07; Bortaora spring- $1.05 j
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Oato No. S S8 lb. whit. $35
Barley No. S. 4S IV. B. W $3S
Vot aa. , E. T. shipnent $4
M Uire a Stan dare, $38.
PORTLAND. On, Aer. IS. (APl-H
Receipts cattle, veae; eereoa, aoae. Mar
ket steady. ,it ,
Steers (1100 11S0 lbs.), mod $U.a04 S
13.50; (S50 1100 lbs), good $11,754
13.50; 8 OO aad ep. atediaata; $10,756
11.50; eoamoa, $0010.75; beifen (ISO J;l
lbs. dowa), good. $9.75010; cows, good.
$8.7509.25; common aad
8.75: low cutter. $4.750 7.
Balls (yeariiaga eseladed). raoc boor
$7.35 8; eatter to saediaai. $4.5007.35.
Caleea (500 Iba. dowa). saediaai to
choice, $9011; nil to cemnoa. $7,500
9; choice $18.50014.50; mediasa. $130'
19.50; eat to ceaimoa $6.50013. ,-' ,
Hog Receipts, 95. sti'x
Batcher classes steady to 35e lower
best oaelitjr feeder pigs 500 75e higher..
Heavyweight (350-850 lbs.) median to
choice. $10.50 01 2.75 :medim weighf:("
(300-350 lbs.), medium to choice $ll.5a::J
013; light light (180-200 lbs). Kediaas0-,j
to choice $13013.25; light iighta US0- '
160 J be), medium to choice. $11.5001$;' ' J
packing sews, roagk aa smeotk, $9.5O0v!')
10.50; slaughter pigs (90 18 lbs.). m
dium to choice $11013; feeder and .
soteker sign (70-130 lbs.), medium to
choice. $11013. Uu.H
Sheep aad lambs steady; aa receipts
Ijtmba (84 lbs. dowa), good to choice, . ,
$10.75013 25; (93 lbs. dowa), media
$9.75010.75; (all weighted call e i
commoa, $8.50 0 9.75; yearling wetheraf-19.4
(110 lbs. down), median to rhocie. $7.59 J(
09; ewes. (120 lbs. dowa), mediam to
choice, $405; (120-150 lbs.), mowiwrn'5 t
to choice. $405; (120-150 lbs.), mediaavot
to eheiee. $3 0 4.50; (all weights), eaUj .
to commoa, $203. j
CHICAGO GRAnr .rut)
CHICAGO. Ang. 16. ( AP) . Reports 4
current that farmers in tee spring wnea
belt are planning to hold wheat back''
wherever possible tended aotjeeebly wO
day to lift wheat prices rera.
It was alT-ettt
so pointed out that tho opea Interest ia.,
wheat oa the Chicago Board of Tnde hae
increased steadily aiaee the tint of July '
nd is aow 112.000.000 bushels, indicate i3 i"
ng persistent areamalatioa of wheat da-.-nj
ipite neavy iiqatoaimg saies as ira. ,(
Wheat today finished strong
today finished strong 1 V t
I 5 8e aet higher, cora 1 St to
up. aad eaU 18 to He off.
NEW TORK, Aug. 16. (AP). A re
daction ie the call money rate to ta''-'
lowest level in three months, coupled 1
with fsvorsble tnde news aad improved r14
crop prospects, formed the basis for , .
other sharp advance in prices ia today's
stock market. V'olike many of the re-'"i
eent nllies, today's gains were widely -Mf
distributed and included a repreeeatative, (g
rroup of rails for the fint time. THo
dsy's trsding nn close to - 8,000,000
shsre. i. ,'T
Call money renewed et 6 per cent aad
dropped' successively to 5. 5 and 4V4. .
A slightly easier undertone also was aa- . .
parent ia the time money merke. with '.
loans avaitable at 6 "4 per cent for the s'j
first time thij wee;. i j
Grham Paige brreme the new leader
of the motor group by climbing 6 poiata ..
to 39. Oeneral Motor ran up 3 poiata
to 187 V but lokt more then half its gaia
and Chrysler vu nnder rather peraistent
selling pressure, rfoeing a point lower at
95 3-8 after having reached 94. Amerieaa
XranJting. with a ga n of 8 poiata at
209 Vi, the highest price in its history,
wss the lrsder of the copper group. At
lantic Refining, closing 3 V points higher
at 165 V. was again in the forefront of
the oil group, C 8. Steel cotrmnn closed
nearly 2 points higher at 146 8-8 after
having crossed 147.
We have just received
a complete new line
specially priced d