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Independence Merchant is
Victim of Heart Dis
ease is Report
INDEPENDENCE. Feb. 25
Charles . D. Calbreath, 74. died
Saturday morning of heart dis
ease. He was born In Missouri
Ha bad been on a ranch in Mon
tana about 17 years before com
ing to Independence. He has been
In business here for the last 30
years. He was married to Stella
TaTenner in 1898. who survives
with five children, Charles. Mon
mouth. Eleanor and Elvln, twins.
Independence; Mrs. Norma Smith
Eugene; and Mrs. Hugh Young.
Fresno, California, and . one
brother, Dave Calbreath -of Los
He was a member of the Mason
lodge and also a K. P. He had
erred en the city council, and'al
ways took an Interest in all the
athletic sports in town.
Funeral : services were held
from the Eeeney funeral home
Monday at 2 o'clock.
Rev. Hanson of the Presbyter-
Ian church officiated.
Mrs. C. TV. Irvln was soloist,
accompanied by Mrs. G. O. Walk
er. - Pallbearers were George Car
bary, A. L Thomas, James Alber
son, William Craven, G.7C..KIm
bal, and Albert Moore.
'Interment was in the I. O. O.' F.
cemetery, south of the city.- '
The OREGON STATESMAN, Salesu Oregon. Thursday Mornln?. February 26, 1931
BUTTER CENT HIGHER; EGGS DROP
EXPORT DEMAND AIDS GRAIN PRICE
Shippincr Demand Fair
For Corn; Buyers
CHICAGO, Feb. 25 (AP)
"Wheat and corn scored material
advances today helped by better
export call for - North American
wheat and by improved demand
here for corn. Europe took about
1.000,000 bushels of wheat "from
North America. Shippers' pur
chases of corn in Chicago were ef
decidedly I larger volume than of
late.1 V. ,, " -v; , ..
Wheat closed firm, unchanged
to 1M cents higher, corn to
1 I-S cents up. oats 1-8 to 3-S a
Grade B : raw A milk,
delivered 1b Salem, S2.06
cwt. - . . ., , '
. Butterfat at farm 23c
Salem 20c, -
i roHTLAWD. Ore- Feb. 25 (XV
Prodore esehaage. o prim: batter, ex
tras SO. standards 29. urine firata IS.
first ST. Ess. freo extras 17; freak
WALDO HILLS, Feb. 25.
; Fourteen fathers and mothers
were present Monday when the
pupils at Centerview under . the
direction of their teacher, Mrs.
Helen Paget gave their Washington-Lincoln
program. The' room
was "beautifully decorated with
flags. ; Colored hatchets and a
bowl each of fragrant violets and
The program Included:
Song of Mt. Vernon, school;
playlet, Washington and the
' Cherry Tree; gardner, Donald
Larson; Mr. Washington. Harlan
Kerison; George Washington,
C.anTrt JTfcrlv rMtHnn "'nt
1 I .. v. , w
eon; play "George's Lesson to
the Corporal;" Corporal Jones.
Norman Hue; G. Washington,
Ralph Wendel. -
Reoltatlon. "Wee Washington"
Fern Ry; Washington's grand
children, Helen Goodknecht. Ves
per Geer. Norman Rue; Cully.
colored servant, Janet Comstock.
This play closed with the minuet
danced by Reba and Vesper Geer,
Helen Goodknecht, Helen Larson.
J anet ' Comstock played , "Minuet
In O. Reading, "Lincoln and
His Dog, second grade; play
'Lafayette, the Tlend of Amer
ica;" dramatization, "Lincoln
and the Bird," second grade, the
children rode hobby horses.
Comparison of Lincoln and
Washington, Ralph Wendel; rec
itation, "Lincoln's Letter to Mrs.
Blxby." Helen Goodknecht; Get
tysburg address, Norman Rue;
f lag exercise, Dellora Doerfler,
Harlan Nerlson, George Haberly
and Donald Larson; debate. Re
solved, "That Washington was of
llore use to American than Lin
coln;' affirmative. Vesper Geer,
' captain, Helen Goodknecht, Reba
Geer. Negative, Norman Rue.
captain, Ralph Wendel, Sam Wil
son. Decision for negative 3-0.
Reading. I Mrs. Paget; song,
Wheal fat area:
Jul. ; llH
Ora, Tab. 25 (AP)
81 H S3
Caaa. markets: wheat: bis- Bead blaa-
item .es; aoft vbite. westers white .64
hard. winter, aertaera spring, waaUra rci
Oata: Ne. I SI IK white 22.00.
r II Iran. 1S.OO.
Cera: Ne. Ill, abrpmeat 28.00. '
Nuts, Hay and Hops!
rOHTLAHO. Ore, Feb. 25 (AP) -
Huts steady walnata, California new
Ne. 1, 30rSSe; Oregen, new. 3i27e;
almoaas, 32e; peasats 0312tt; tih
Strawberries Florida. S0 ct.
Ilar wholraale burin t priest, deliT
ered Port land. Eaatera Oregon timothy,
$22.5029; do Taller. $19 Q 19.50; al
falfa. $15.50l.tt0: clortr. $te- oat
bar, SI": straw. $TS tea; sllin prices
t o 9 more.
Hop lii crop. 15 18c.
' Portland Livestock
PORTLAKD. Ore, Feb. 25 (AP)
Cattle 0. ealres 10; qaotablj stesdy.
Steers 60-9O0 lb.. good $ 8. 00-8.2 S;
aaadiaia 7.258.00; cofonaoa .257.25.
8:eera 9O0-11OO -lie., g;oed 8.00(8.25;
mediaai T.258.0O: common 6.25 &
7.25. Steera 11W:1300 lla rood 7.75Q
8.00; aaedraai 1.M&1.7S. Heifers 550
800 lba rood 7J0y8.00; medium 6.50
7.50; eoaimoa 5.50 8.50. Cowl,
rood S.OOCaS.SO: coaoon and medinat
5.00 Q 6.00; low catter and eatter 2.50
5.00. Bulla (yeerunc excladed) 6.005
5.75; cutter, eemmea and BBedinia 3.50
S.00. Vealrn. milk fed. 10.00 11.00;
mediant 8.50910.00:- call and cominon
5.50(8.50. Calrea 250-500 lbs, 8.50
10.00; commoa and medium 5.00 8.50.
Hora 800; ateadr.
(SoCt or eilr -hogs and roaatinc pit
rieluded). Urkt lijhta 140-160 iba,
7.25(Sa.25; light weicht 180-180 lbt,
8.00425; lih weight 180-200 lbs,
8.00 8.25: aaeniaat weirbt 200-220 lbs,
7.25 (of 8.25; aiediam weirht 220-250 Iba..
rood and choice 7.00 08.00; hear?
weirata vau-zyu iba., Oi7i(.7.75; keary
weichta 290-830 Iba, medinm and rood
6.257.60. Packinr sows 276-50O lbs,
5.50 7.00. Feeder and atocker pica 70
130 lb., rood and choice S.OQ.0O.
8keept 100. notably ateadr.
Iamba SO pounds down $7.25
8.00; saedinm 00 Q 7.00; all weights,
common .OOj6 00. Tearliar wethers
90-110 lbs.. median to choice 4.50(9
6.50. Ewee 90-120 Ib, median t
choic 8.50(34.00; awes 120-150 Iba,
mediant to choice 8.00 8.75; all welxhta,
call and common 1.50 ig 3.00.
1 Fruits, VegetabI
BACK FROM IXDLIXA
NORTH HOWELL, Feb.- 25
It. H. Drake, who has been
spending the greater part of the
winter with his aged parents in
Kokomo, Indiana returned to his
home here last s Thursday. ;
Mrs. DraSe.and daughter Ma
bel drove to Portland to meet
him. He made the entire trip of
ever three thousand miles by
auto stage, leaving Kokomo Sun
!ay morning and arriving in
Portland Thursday morning.
o o i
ID 'a. C O "IlT ill POE7XASD, Ore.. Feb. S3 (AP)
I DltS rOr OreaiCraSt I Wilk ateadx raw rauk (4 per cent)
Js . JL $2.00 per cwt, deliTered ia Portland
"" . 26e.
(Continued from page 4) I Pealtry ateadr (bnylnr priceaV
T- , , , ... ' eliTs. heavy "heaa arer 4V lbs, 20e; ma
il these arJ Single men,; With-fdiona hama. 8U-4 Iba, le; licht bras.
CUt dependents OH the OUtSlde. aprirr. 2te: Pekia dacka. 4 lbs,
thw Tiavia nat an ma un tin 8I lored docks. 15; tmr-
PORTLAITO. Ore, Feb. 25 (AP)
Fruits and vegetable. Freah fruit or
anges, aaveta. packed, $S4; jumble
atoek. Ml.0$2; rrapefrait. Florida,
S3. 15 ft 4; California $2.65 3.75; limes,
5-doc carton, $t. 50; bananas 6e lb. tmmr
on CaJiferala $$5.906r6. -
Cabbare lees I llHe Tb. Potatoes
Orerea Deaehates. $1.851.45; local,
90e 01.10: Yakima, O01.SO. bew
potatoea Teasa triumph, $2.10 2.25 for
60-lb. bar; Cabaa. 17e lb. Oaiona eell
inr price to retailers. Ore r on. '70 80s
cwt Seed potatoes local lb. i
Ilotbenae rhakarb Waahiogton, extra
fancy, $1.10; fancy. $1; choice, 6S75a
pr box IS Iba. j Oreroa Xa. 1, $1.65;
No. 2, $$1.25 box 20 lbs. Artichokes
75cl.l0. Bpinacb local 90c$l or
snre box; Walla Walla 80e$l box,
Cranberries eastern $19 bbl.
Celery California. $$1.50(31. 75 per
doz.; beerta $I.501.6O dox. banrhea.
Mushrooms hothorse. 4050e lb. Pep-f
pers bell, ffreen. 20e- Sweet potatoes'
California 4e;Ib.; eastern. $2.502.75
CattUf1ower--Orern broscoli, $1.50;
California. $1.151.2S crate. Peas
Mexicaa, $A crate; 17e lb.
Garlic new, 16$ 10c. Tomatoes bot
honae. $3,7518.25 crate ef 10 lbs.; Mex
ican. $5.34 lor. repacked. Lettnce Im
perial Taller. $83.25 per crate. As
pararua California. 25 lb.
nvrs ash Vxoztabixs
Price paid ta growers by Selsst baycrm.
xaeraary xa, x j
kTltS fsaey .. 2.3$
V. B. Ko. I
. - rnzsa
1 SataU rrKM.
Calf meal. 15 lbs.
Cera, whole, tea 35.00 te $8.00
Cracked and croud, ton $6.00-89.00
Mill ran. ton 8.OO-2O.0O
Bran, tern ""-
Eg mass. swi. . , 1J5-3JS
.09 ba At
..09 te 4.3
GEA1K Aim HAT
Wheat, westcrm red ' ' Kt
Barley, tea , ., ,33.00 aa 33.00
Ouls, grey, ba. . S
wnite. now "
Bart boyiar ori
Oats and vstcb, tea
Alfalfa. Talley, 3nd catting 15.00-1 7. OO
Zaatera "f nn
, UBBtl .,. ia ni
Sorts Pacifli Kot Orowars Asaa. Prices
( DeliTered la 5-poaad tags)
Light amber halves .-
Hairst sod pieces
Dressed Pork Weaker,
, Other Meats Hold
Steady; Hens up
PORTLAND, Feb. 21 (AP)
Continued weakness of th egg
market resulted in Quotations l
cent lower oa all grades in the
wholesale) market today making
extras IT cents s dosen. standards
19 and medinms IB. Trading wi
fairly active, on the decline but
continued liberal fresh receipts
maintained aa easy tone.
. Firmness ruled the 1 wholesale
batter market with demand es
pecially strong for upper grades
for which some dealera were ofe?
Itged to pay premiums in order to
till orders. . Late la the day Quo
tations advanced one cent eall
along the line.
Market for dressed pork opened
1 to a cents weaker at 10 to 11
cents bid to producers for fancy
stock due to heavy accumulations
of supplies. Fat hogs were, not
la demand., other dressed meats
With supplies of heavy hens
running below demand, they were
Quoted np 1 cent to 20 cents a
Conditions la the fresh trait
and vegetable trade were report
by government market news ser
vice as follows:
Celery supplies are limited,
thereby creating a brisk demand.
and some price advances this
week. Heart material Is now
very scarce, and prices' to retail
ers havs advanced to fl.Tf per
Receipts of Roseburg cauliflow
er are increasing dally with Qual
ity generally excellent, and sizes
averaging rather large Jobbers
Hogs. 300 lbs, ap
Kteera ., . .
Cows. . ' -
.08 t .OSU
Dressed veal .
r Grcigi Avscri
. JTCFFICKSOX, Feb. 3. '
lira, BoUazid llcChslre f the
Seravel 1TC1 CIstrlcS has re
ceived m letter from the) na
tional wrsuLgw niaster. Loots
Tabor, containing m cbeck
for five dollars, and a sliver
SBkedal, whiota was awarded
ta her as wisoaer of Use zta
tkMaal saagw highway eeeay
tteat fa tho state of Ore-
AB yooaaT People
19 years of age wereeliglblo
to eater the contest, sad the
winning essays of each, state
wero sent to New Tork to
the aatiomal graage confer
eaoe for the final Judging,
kfrsj. IfcGmire's essay receiv
ed honorable mention tn the
tuUioQaJ grange IndgtBg. Sh
is a member of Morning Star
sales this week ar fl.ll per
erate of Rosebura i'flower. with
California offerings lS-2Se cheap
er, due to generally fair to or
dinary Quality. ) j r
Annla lnaulrr is light, aithougn
several days of Improved export
tradings wera reported last week.
Rom Beantys and Delicious wero
both sold at lower shipping-point
prices recently. D'AnJoa. pears
advanced at eastern markets dur
ing the past few days however.
TJfiAIf HKWITT BPKAKB
8ILVERTON. Feb. 15 Dean
Rev HewiU of WUlamatta unl-
ersitr spoke on the duties of citi-
senshlp at the George Washington
program at the senior mgn scnooi
Monday morning. : Other numbers
on the Drogram consisted of selec
tions br the hlsh school band and
orchestra; selections by Mrs. Vid
Bennett's Junior mgn scnooi giee;
solectlona by Miss Far Spark's
senior high school glee; a olay
lette by the Junior high school
sad a skit by the ; senior high
schooL . ,
KOSCTTUC1TT rri SIGHT
EVAN3 VALLEY. Feb. 25
Elactrls light poles have arrived
la this district and folks ars be
ginning to look for some progress
ia tha near future. Aa yet the
holes have not been dug, however.
Monmouth end Indcpen-
cenca People Included
MONMOUTH. Feb. IS A play
sponsored by the aaU-saloon lea-
gna of Oregon, was presented
Monday night ta the high school
auditorium, to aa Interested au
dience. There was no admission
cnargjfl; oat aa offering was re
ceived for promotion of the pro-
uiDiuoa cause m Oregon.
Tne story of the sUr. . hnlli
around the death of one ronnr
man ana ma penal sentence im
posed npoa another. Involves the
scene at court, wherein a mur
derer and a bootlegger are given
trial and sentence. It Is said to be
based on actual hannenlnars
which so Impressed the author.
George Hammond of Dee Moines.
iowa, cnat ne arranged from it
the structure of the nlar as a
potent means of passinr on to
others the significance of Its les
Monmouth and Indeoendanea
folk who participated in the east:
prosecutor, Rer. L. H. Wlllardof
the Evangelical church; Judge,
Rer.. II. O. Hanson, of Indenen-
dence; defendant, Ellis A. Steb
bln$; -bootlegger, Lee Hershber-
ger, of Independence; Mrs.
French, Miss Edith Clark, of
Monmouth: widow. Mrs. 8. J.
Williamson of Monmouth, and
two children, Melba and Betty;
George W. Cook. Rev. F. R. Sib
ley; Independence; bailiff, J. H.
McKnne, Monmouth; defense at
torney, Rer. R. E. Close of Port
land; mother, Mrs. J. E. Kellsy,
Independence: reporter. Miss
Connitta Jones, Independence: I
Jurors: Dr. A. S. Jensen (fore
man), 8. J. Williamson. Jessa V.
Johnson, J. 0. Wilson, Mrs. J. C.
Wilson. Mrs. l3ora Tittle. Mrs.
Minnie Mack. Lee Peyton. Mrs.
L. H. Willard, U. 0. Heffly, A. C.
Powers, William Horton.
A large audience of local and
out-of-town I people greeted the
w?i?r,a rssrsary SS -saw
ese gt. rer1
$: Deretleaal. mmrfam
10:00 bfanBie of tk 4t VT1
ll0O--Stadara Sehoel breadeast, HTML
: .5 e eeaeers. KUO.
13:15 Weatera rarsa aad Heme. KBOL
1:00 WarM Book Kaa.
1:03 Tewa Criar.
.$:$ Jalia Hajae.
3 :4S Lertoa
i'!0!1" C,on w- H. 0. Bowaa.
S:45-B!aek aad GoM rooaa. KBO.
S:43 Tbo Vagabond, NBOL
H Mows serrice, KEa
4:30 Orraa aad piaao.
T:00 Addreaa by Preaideat Boerer. -
Stsadard Srmpbenv boar. HBO.
$:0 Amos a Aady. KBO.
:0 Demi Tassa review, HBO. 1
S:30 Sport talk. .
:45 Orerea Tra.Il RI.um
10:15 Tbe Oaklera. '
10:30 Yir Frlea' Seetty.
10:4S Vlollaist.- KBC.
11:00 Merry Mixers Melodies, KBO.
13:00 Dal Kline s ortheatraP
- MX 11$0 Kw rorU4
$:00 Towa Clock.
T: 15 News. - ,i
7 :S0 Oaa Maa Breakfast club.
t:4$ Family AHr Hoar.
S:1S Salem Breakfaat dab.
S :00 Deeetioaal Serriooa. KBS.
11 :45 The Proferaor.
13:80 MioVdsy MaiicaU, KBS.
:u jserry Motorists.
1:15 Deatel Loetaro, KBS.
1:45 Marre aad Glee. KBS. I
3:00 Mardi Graa. KBS.
$:00 Tubo Chasers. ,
S:80 Smilia' 8am. KBS.
4:15 Orraa. KBS.
S:0O Salem Hoar. '
8:15 Siaatrr of . Legislature.
8:80 O. K. O. Baad concert. r-'
8:00 Wester March sata Htg. Asa.
8 :80 MalAdlea and Umuirlu.
10:00 Saaakiao Hoar. KBS. '. '
1 lrlS Vie Meyer' a orebeatra. KBS.
I3:00r Mldaigbt BoTelers.
KOAO 650 Ka -Corrallls "
13:00 farm program. - - "
3 :00 Arooad tbe campus.
3:80 Homemaker hour. .
$: 80 Homo garden.
S:80 Farm prograsa.
T:0 State Id Club banqaet.
BACK AT POST
8ILVERT0K, Feb. 25 , Guj
DeLay. who has been seriously 111
for some weeks returned to his
work as one of the senior high
school Instructors Monday morn
ing. Mr. DeLay was at a Salem
hospital for some time and was
brought home last week. Mrs. F.
M. Powell substituted as teacher
for Mr. DeLay.
Ten Schools of Willamettd
Valley to Competo en
BILVERTON. Feb. 4 The
Silverton boys 1 la the Smith
Hughes department of the senior
high school are preparing for the
Willamette Valley sectional ani
mal and farm shop contest at
Corrallls on March 7. Tbe boys
have started practicing for these
events which include Judging,
poultry culling and many other
forms of contest.
Tea schools of the Willamette
valley will gather for this.)
The boys of the athletle dlvi.
...... -e V . 1 1 Olth TT....I... J .
WU Wi lug IVMI OUUWU(UW uv
partment have recently had their
sweaters dyed purple and these,
with the Future Farmer emblem,
made an attractive bit of color to
ik. fate . ev.
tut) BiiTerion cuuou ioa s.roLo
LABISH CENTER. FebJ 25 .
Something is likely to happen
when on of a team of horses
hitched to a mower suddenly
finds it necessary to swim, as aa "
accident which occurred Monday
morning on the II. E. Boehm
place plainly showed. f
Mr. Boehm was crossing the
small bridge over Pudding river
on his place with i the mower.
when one of the horses sudden
ly rrorf Arl the, nth -w ntr tlia
bridre: mowar and ihoraa hAlnr
plunged Into the stream. Mr.
Boehm's calls attracted tbe at
tention of E. O. Honxschuch and
son. Willard. who were Working'
a short distance away. They in
turn summoned other aid. The
horses which belong to Harry
Bennett were removed with the
aid of a tractor, but not until
their harnesses had been cut.
COO MORE TCXk3MCSUVS
TO VXJORfiV UJtTM -
Go ss EueRyeocV
CST rAAM if) TVMS
ASA toOINTO m
SEE MlfciHts TZJOVt
SHG. MOST' THINK.
HETR BY TUS
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"POLLY AND HER PALS
Sr Wr a W m. Ormt 1m M tmmmuT x
By CLIFF STERRETT
! - " aa . m f.aa.ia m. ukmmm, : :
Portland Produce 1 LITTLE ANNIE POOW.Y
credited to them in the front of
fice, to be paid upon .release. If
they have been supporting with
tUeir meager earnings in the
flax Industry their families on
the outside, they have their fami
lies to go to. In many, cases,
the families hara been held to
gether, pending tneir release.
That system Is the foundation
ci any successful formula for
the reformation of men In prison.
There must be work, and there
must be a dally wage. No one
who has, made a study of the
ciatter has ever, come to a dif
ferent conclusion. ' That is fun
damental, i - ,
The state of California Is es
tablishing industries In the San
Q uentin penitentiary. Sacks are
being made from Jute, and rope
from Manila i hemp, mixed with
the hemp thai is grown like flax.
The industries in that prison are
making money, though small
ages are paid to the prison
operatives; about like those of
the piece system In our peniten
tiary flax Industry.
V V V
A Vcvw wAjaa,Mw arletfbr. $ t run
San Quentin orison sars a lot of
new machinery -has been put In
lately, bought ' with the money
from the net profits of the spin
ning and weaving Industries
and the output of sacks is to be
largely increased: the sacks all
fold In California; and also the
twines and the rope.
Here In the) Willamette valley,
we can grow ia high-quality of
aemp. 0tt par wlth our flAX,
Jrhich la the best in the world.
kera. Ne. i. 83a.
Q1.45 -ami, lie.
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POBTTJLXO, Ore, Feb. 15 (AP)
Dressed poultry celling price to -retail-era:
torfcera, , aveer te r. 2(fS2e:
ducks. S5o; seeae, 13e; capoaa, 82 I5e
Why not make sacks and twines
here in the Oregon penitentiary,
using -the coarse flax spinning
tow. along i with the fiber of
hempT - ! f -.
The superintendent of the San
Quentin Industries says he would
be glad to have- each an oppor
tunity as 1s presented here; such
an opportunity to get the raw
products at home. Instead of im
porting them front across the Pa
cific ocean. ! !
: "A "a a
There would be many indirect
benefits, here, from stepping np
a little in the prison industries;
stepping np to - spinning aad
weaving the coarser articles that
may be- made from hemp and
flax fibers, t Our prison Inmates
sre not much different from
those of California if anything,
a little higher class, on the aver
sge with more white blood.
V ' ,
The Miles linen mill here in
Salem seeds and uses more of
the finer long lino flax fibers
than oar state flax industry can
supply. The hardest thing Is to
get good prices tor the low class
splnBisrg- j tows. Spin and weave
them at the prison, and that
matter will ; ba settled, and on
the aids of profit. -
'A Costly Friendship'
By BEN BATSFORD
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By JIMMy MURPHY
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'ANNrVERARY PPEENTT FROM MEt THAT WILL
SET MS BACK ABOUT a00.2 AND IT&,
, ALL. YOUR FAULT! YOU-PE A UCZ LVTTLE.
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without tou if rr& AOIN TO COST '
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