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The New Oregon Statesman; Salem Oregon, Friday Morning m September 21 , 1928
Criminal Group Releases Bil
?; Iy Ranieri Fearing Pub
i lie Wrath, Said
?; CHICAGO, Sept 20. (AP)
Safe at home and the center of a
community celebration after bing
released by kidnapers who had
held him prisoner for 13 days,
ten-year-old Billy Ralnerl yester
day took time out of Jubilee long
enough to identify photographs of
two men as those of his abductors.
As a result squads of detectires
yrere hunting these two men and
a doctor and lawyer wboae names
were furnished by relatives of the
boys as among those who offered
to obtain the boy"s release. In ad
dition three other men, all charg
d with the kidnaping were In
custody. Kidnaping Is an offense
punishable by death in Illinois
Paoer Bare Story
The Chicago Daily News said
today that the lad's release after
two weeks of fruitless ponce ef
forts waa brought about "by po
litical members of the Politico-
Criminal alliance who feared an
outburst of public wrath." and
declared that the successor to the
crown of Tany Lombardo, gang
leader killed ten days ago, had
been ordered by political associ
ates to pass out word to the ab
ductors to free the boy on prom
ises that they would escape pros
ecution. Billy was shoved out of an au
tomobile on a lonely road near
Lockport, III., last night by his
abductors who pressed a ten dol
lar bill into his hand.
L The Ranieri home in the Italian
district, was thrown widja, open to
all who wished to enter. Billy
displayed with pride a black eye.
suffered when one of the abduc
tors struck him, and told and re
told his story of being kidnaped
kg he came home from school,
taken to a lonely farm house, held
prisoner by a man, woman and
boy until last night and then tak
en in an automobile by the men
who kidnaped him to the point
where he was freed. The kid
napers who originally demanded
$60,000 from A. Frank Rainerl,
the father, and then reduced the
ransom to $15,000. did not receive
a cent Ranieri said today although
earlier be had eaid he had paid
W The boy identified pictures of
julk Salusso and Pasquale Laroc
co as those of two of his abduc-!
Can: You Make Good Cake?
Here Are Some Fine Hints
! NEW YORK. Sept. 20. (AP)
frUe New York World said
tod-T that a reconciliation has
enric-.l the four-year estrangement
bet'ven Brig. Gen. Cornelius Van
tferbilt and hi3 fon, Cornelius Jr.
ThV vonrrer Vanderbilt, whose
tabloid newspaper publishing ren
turc caused tlie break with his
; father, confirmed the report of the
jeconoiliation before leaving with"
- Cakes: fine of grain
Light' as a feather
Delicious in aay weather!
DO you sometimes need an ali
bi fpr your cakee? Or are
you Always able to slice them
proudly In the assurance that they
are soft, close and light in texture,
delicately rjch in flavor and melt
ingly good to the last crumb!
Such cakes make the world go
around a little, more gladly, for
the love -of cake apparently isvin
born in us.
! Helpful Hints
Here are some general hints on
good cake making. Use good ma
terials, -fine granulated sugar,
cake flour, and a tested recipe.
Measure f accurately. Cream the
butter thoroughly, add sugar gra
dually, and work it in until the
mixture is thoroughly creamy.
Add the; well beaten eggs, or the
well beaten yolks, if the recipe
separates the yolks and whites.
Mix and r sift dry ingredients, add
alternately with the liquid, and
beat well. Add flavoring and
beat. Fbld in the egg whites. If
they are r-seperated from the yolks.
Distribute the batter evenly over
buttered! tins, making a little in
denture ;ln the middle with the
back of i spoon, so that cake will
rise evenly. Bake evenly in a
moderate oven until cake is baked
and brown, and shrinks from side
of pan. f Turn out to cool on a
rack where air can reach all parts.
Favorite Cake Recipes
Following are some unusually
good cake recipes:
Caramel Nut Loak Cake: Cream
one-fourth cup butter aqd one cup
sugar, and add lour egg yolks.
beaten until thick and lemon col
ored. Dilute one-fourth cup eva
porated inilk with one-fourth cup
water. Mix and sift one and three
fourths (up cake flour, two and
one-half teaspoons baking pow
der, and; one-half teaspoon salt,
and add; to first mixture alter
nately with the milk. Add two
tablespoons caramel flavoring,
and one! cup chopped nut meats,
mixed wjth two tablespoons flour.
Pour into a well greased loaf pan
and bake in a moderate oven, 350
degrees Sfor 45 to SO minutes.
Serve plain or with caramel icing.
Caramel Icing: Mix together two
cups confectioner's sugar, two
tablepoons evaporated milk, two
tablespoons caramel flavoring and
two teepbons melted butter. Stir
until creamy. If too thick to
spread well, add more evaporated
milk, drop by drop.
Coconut Layer Cake: Cream to
gether three-eights cup butter and
one cup (sugar, sut togemer two
cups cake flour, three tablespoons
baking powder and one-half tea
spoon salt, and add this to the
first mixture, alternately with six
tablespoons evaporated milk di
luted witft an equal quantity of
water. Add one-naif teaspoon al
mond flavoring, and fold in the
stiffly beaten whites of four eggs.
Bake in' layers in a moderate ov
en, 375 Idegrees for 20 to 25 min
utes. Ice when cool with coco
Coconut Icing: Combine two
and one-half rups confectioner s
sugar, tfro tablespoons evaporated
milk, twjo tablespoons lemon juice
and one-fourth teaspoon almond
flavoring and stir until creamy
and smooth. Add one can moist
coconut, reserving about two ta
blespoons. Spread the icing be
tween layers, on top and over the
sides of cake, and sprinkle th
remainder of the coconut on top.
Pineapple Sponge Cake: Beat
four egg yolks, add one cup sugar,;
cream wen and then add one
fourth cup syrup from canned
pineapple. Add one cup cake
flour, sifted with one and one
half teaspoon baking powder and
one-fourth teaspoon salt. Fold
in the stiffly beaten whites of the
eggs. Pour into a greased tube
pan and bake in a slow oven, 325
degrees for about one hour. When
cold and ready to serve, fill center
cavity and cover top with pine
POHTCiAlfD. Ore., Sept. SO. (AP).
ralry Ezeheare. set prieei:
Batter: Extras 50c; standard 49 Ke
prime finta 48c; first 6e.
Ecs: Extraa 4e; firsts 40s; aadhxm
ex tret 8&c; median firsts 30c: udar-
POBTLAXD, Or.. Sept. 30. AP.
Hay-bariag- pnesa: Eaatera Orerca tim
thy S21.002I.50: valley. 9176917.50-
Ifatfa. S1.50J17: clever, 913.00; Oat
ay, iiif ia.9u; straw, fi.au loa ; sW-
uig pneea. wo more.
POBTLtAXD, Ore.. Sept. 20. (AP).
Cash rrsiB : Wheat Bic Bood bluest:. it,
hard wfcite $1.40; soft white 91 .IS ;
western what 91.15; hard winter 91.09;
-ortif rn epriag $1.08 ; western Red
Oats Ne. 2. 38 lb, white 933.
Barley No. 2, 45 lbs., B. W $33.
Corn Key. 2, E. T. shipment $44.25.
KUlran Standard, $26.
Keeping Don The
Vie continually strive to make lour customers the
lowest possible price
- -4 "I
TMs Week We IMse
1 lb. Best
3 Med. Size Van Camp's
Pork & Beans
C & C Coffee ......
C & C Coffee
1 Carton of 6
Red Devil Matches
3 Lbs. small
1 Sk. Golden Bell
Hard Wheat Flour
i. .. 25c
AH Tobacco and Cigarette at Cut Prices
Star, Horseshoe or
4 Pes.- of 10c
Brown Mule ,.
Choice Special Tender
Loin Mutton j
Chops, per lb. .
Fresh Hamburger and
Steak, per lb.
POBTLuUTD, Ore., Sept, 20. (AP).
If ilk steady, raw milk (4 per cent),
$2.15 cwL Deriverod Portland, less 1
per cent- Bs-Uerfet. station. 51e: tru-k
Pineappl- Filling: Beat one and llr ieiiTNi.,t ,?ortU"d- . ...
one-half cups heavy cream, add hor VSlcTV A 7
one cup drained crushed Hawaiian P0"4-- 2o"e; 3 to 4 pounds, isc; 3
pineapple and one-fourth coDir 9 ' T, M
mnr..H... ri horns, oer 2 pound. 27c; under 5
v... . m .uft.i . ruo vil CSAC
(11O0-1190 lo.). Iod. 911.M
012.35; ( 950 110O lbs.), ffood $U.75&
LA.35: (3M and op), tediom, 910.250
ni.50; common. 8.7510.25. Heifers
(50 lbs. down). rx iw.wio.od;
eoBJtmon to aaedina. tl.50iy 10.0O; rows.
Cood, $9.00$ 9.50; eoounoa and atedinni,
6f59.00; low ratters, $4.50j.75.
Bolle (yeariinfs excaded), rood beefa,
97.50dB.00; ratter to nedinos, 5.50c
7.50. Calses (5O0 lbs. down), nMdiani to
choirs. $10.00 12.00; coll to eonmon.
7.5010.00. Vealers, niilk-fed, food to
eheiee. 913.50(514.50; medram. $12.00
13.50; call to common. $9.00 12.00.
Haps steady, reeerpta 200.
fiaaryweirht (250-950 lbs.), medrani
Urn cbeiea. $9.75011.50; nediaa wenrtit.
(200-250 lb.), nsednini to rneiee wil.Ti
412.00; light weifht (1C0-200 lbs), oe
diam to eboice $11.75012.25; lifbt lights
(1 SO-160 lbs.), mediant to cboice $10.50
11.75; packing sows, rongfe and smooth
$9 50 (2 9.50; sataghter pigs (9O-130 Ibd.),
medium te eboiee. $10.00011.25; feeder
asd "atoeker piga (70-130 lbs.), medtam
te choice. $10.00011.00. (Soft or oiiy
hogt and roait-ng pigs azehided is aboTe
ihecp and lambs, steady, receipts
irabs (84 Jbs. down), good to choice,
$1 1.00 & 12.50 ; (92 lbs. down), medium.
39.756 11.00; (all weights), call to com
mon, (8.504f9.75; yearling wethers (110
lbs. down), medium to eboiee, $8,000
9 75- ewes (ISO lbs. down), medium to
choice, $4.5O&6.50; (120-150 lbs.), me
dium to choice. $3.50 6.00 ; ((all
we.ghts), eail te common, $2.003. 50.
and serve at once.
Peach Topay-Torvy Cake: Beat
two egg yolks, add one cup su
gar, and cream well. Sift one cup
floor, with one teaspoon baking
powder and one-fourth teaspoon
Bait, and add alternately with one
half cup peach syrup. Fold in the
well beaten whites of the eggs.
poaads. 30c; young white Pekin ducks
20e; young geese, alive, 20c; torkeys.
Potatoes steady, quotations en basis
f 100 lb. sack, loeal: $1.0001.25; Yak
ima Netted game, new stock, $1.40frv
1.50; Idaho cobblers, new, $1.2501.35
Tskima gams, eld. U. 8. No. 1 60 0 75c;'
Combination grades, 25 50c.
Hater eSkarae ware again in the va
gward of today's adsaan. General Mo
tors mo-red an 4H posnta to a new hirh
record at 2t24 cloaing at the trp, ea
persistent rumors of a 50 per cent stork
dividend at te nest meeting of directors.
Packard Kotors which sanaunced the
recedes fl teste ct an oil borninc airplane
motor, c Km bod nearly 6 posnta to a new
peak at 91 3-8, but lost a point en real
ising. Briggs Manufacturing, in which
British intereets recently are reported te
have acquired a large inter oat, attained
a new top at 5$ 5-8 and then eased to
American Zinc A Lead waa a feature,
soaring 9 points to a new top at 48 H.
se against a low of 6 3-8 earher in the
year. Howe Sound jumped 5 points to
a new high at 89. American Smelting,
Anaconda, Green Pa none and Calumet A
Hecla sliowed little change.
ed CO per coat of them to be af
fected with the organism. The In
fection 1 prevalent in all part, of
the country, but more frequent In
the south, due to climatic condi
tions. Avoidance of the bath mat,
common dressing rooms, use of in
dividual towels and soap and care
with slippers, socks and shoes,
care not to come in contact with
objects touched by those who may
have the infection, are suggestions
given for combating it.
PORTLAND, Ore., Sept. 20. (AP).
Uattie and calves, stsdy. receipts-
CHICA0O. Sept. 20. (AP). Per
sistent stiffening of grain values today
accompanied news that in parts of the
American northwest fanner are stonac
80 per cent .ed their wheat.
1 ing qaoaaaioas on wheat were
steady at He to He net higher, corn
to lsc up and oata showing 18
4 c advaaoa.
YEW YORK STOCKS
NEW YORK.' Sept. 20. ( AP). Erra
tic price movement in today's stock mar
ket reflected the widespread speculative
An organism or eruption which
affects the hands and feet of
many persons, especially in warm
weather, has recently been diag
nosed as a ringworm parasite, ac
cording to a buletin of the United
States public health service just
released from the offices of the
Marion county child health dem
ontsration. The disease i3 more frequent
than supposed, the bulletin stat
ing that probably one-half, of all
adults suffer from it at some time.
An examination of the students at
uneasiness ever the current high money one large eastern university show.
Bandit Trio Gets
$7000 From Bank
SAN DIEGO. Cal.. Sept. 20.
(AP) Two white men and, one
... . . W.W
neero. neia ud tne iNormai
Heights Branch bank of the Bank"
of Italy shortly before closing
time Wednesday and escaped after
securing $7,000. The robbers herd
ed six bank employes into a back
room and lined up twelve cus
tomers who were in the bank.
Bill Cusick Loses
To Chet Shandel
SANT FRANCISCO. Sept. 20.
(AP) Chet Shandel, San Fran
cisco's undefeated 214 pound giant
kept his record last night when he
hammered out an "eight round de
cision over Bill Cusick, 203 pound
er from Mullan, Idaho, at Nation
al Hall here.
CHICAGO, Sept. 20. (AP)
Union officials represemting the
70.000 western trainmen, and con
ductors disbanded thoir confer
ences hero yesterday and returned
tc their homes to await action to
President Cooltdge as the next
move in the strike situation con
fronting 55 western railroads.
The union representatives spent
the day in informal conference dis
cussing the situation as createa
yesterday when the federal board
of mediation terminated Its efforts
to arbitrate the wage dispute on
grounds that the unions and car
riers could not agree.
The unions sought wage In
creases ranging from 10 to 18 per
cent. The railroaas countering
with an offer amounting to about
714 per cent contingent upon new
working rules. The unions said
they would accept the 7 Vi Pr
cent but not the rules. They ob
jected to. certain demands of the
railroads calling for double-header
trains and similar stipulations.
In the old days kids got sun
burned when they went swimming
.A rrnt tanniwi vhell thfV Came
home. Miami News and Metropolis.
NEW STORE "
Located at 270 North Com'L,
' fiL ;..
1 am i i
"Mwtber, may I have esenetiun' ta eat?" will
sooa ring thrmngb tkwwnad a homes every
atemeoi as honary kiddies roam in fram
aebwwL Healtiy, ! isl yammgaten matUkBy
eoaae baae frosa scmooJ raveaeaaly kmgry
and yeo will wnmt te We ready ta aacisTy eVear
ppetitM with wwsleeesna, body-wmiUiag
feeds. Otir stores have nsade special prepar
ation te hare tkwae tbiagl for ywa at ear
il imbstaaUai aarmigs.
Located at 162 North Com'L
Safeway Savings, September 19 to 22, Inclusive
No. 1 tall Maximum Red
In bulk makes fine
Quart in Mason
Full gallon in
1000 sheet rolls, fine
crepe in shopping bag.
and Golden C Pure Cane
6 Lb, 49c
Ji assortment of extra
jtandard quality. Corn,
peas, string1 beans and
6 cans ............ 73c
Case 24 cans $2.79
New Crop 1928
me- Sections 45c
Regular size boxes, strike
6 Boxes :19c
Hawaiian pack of good
quality broken slices.
4 cans 79c
A rich creamy cooking:
Tat, made entirely of veg
-Lb. Pail .. 85c
Glolden sweet, packed in
Condensed milk is safe,
convenient and economi-
Tall Cans ..
Fancy Blue Rose. Cooks
white and flakey
5 LbS ... 39c
Airy Fairy makes deli
cious Angel Food cakes
Big K. Milled from
wheat. Every sack
Sack ... $1.85
t Sacks $7.29
Crown Best Flour
Pancake and Waf
fle flour. Big K
Roasted daily and
ground to your order
. . 48c
Safeway Cane &
10 -Lb. Can $1.69
J -Lb Can ... 89c
cloth bag 9l .tkU
Snowflakes or Graham
ig tins, Mission, light
Eastern, freshly milled
7 -Lb. Bag 35c
Large 2V2 tins. Field rip
in ed tomatoes. Solid pack
4 Cans 55C
A pure cream tartar pro
duct Schillings Best
No. 2i2 tall tins. Mam
mouth tips. Very tender
2 Cans 45C
White Wonder or Citrus
Bar soap and shopping
20 B.T, 69c
A. refreshing hot drink or
for cooking purposes
Safeway Market Features for Thursday, Friday and Saturday
Open kettle rendered.
Considered by many as
3 lbs. . 45c
Same cure as high qual
ity bacon. 1 to 3 pound
Choice, fresh cuts of pork
and pure spices used
Guaranteed not to bake
or freeze out Very de
lightful and tasty.
7t -oz. bottle . 55c
No. Vi, tins, Maximum
quality. Makes excellent
6 Cans 25C
QUANTITY ORDERS DELIVERED FREE
Maximum, small, sweet
3 cans ............. S5c
12 cans ... J1.98
Red Mexican style. A real
treat baked, boiled with
254 N. CotnT
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