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IRS E. DIS
Will Direct Furnishing of
New Memorial Library
1 and Museum
TURNER. March 1 Mrs.
r.n rneli Turner DatIb and Miss
Mary Derle returned -the first of
the week irom tneir winters star
In California. They risited at San
Diego. to Angeles and Ventura,
enjoying, the southern climate,
bnt were very glad to return to
Oregon and their own home.
The new library and museum
fcnlldlng that was erected by Mrs.
Daris this winter near her home,'
t9 a memorial to mem ner or ner
family, la practically completed
and Is waiting for Mrs. Davis to
cire details as to some of the
Oregon's onion shipments hare
Aeen, libera! this s weekt the first
four days of the week witnessing
about 45 cariot ampmenu. aooui
equally dirlded between rail and
boat movement. At this rate,
Oregon's remaining onion stocks
will clean up in another 2 or 1
weeks. The prevailing price on
this week's movements has been
SOe per cwL - to growers, ' plus
bags, with occasional lots of off
grade stock at 35c i '
tire Fancy and Extra Fancy
packs of all late varieties are In
good demand. Rome Beaatys
and Winesapa , hare 4 Tegiatered
several small advances , recently.
Export loadings of 3 9 fi, 9. boxes
from Seattle last week, for Ham
burg and Rotterdam alone,' prob
ably mark the heaviest single
Tolume of loadings of the entire
Refrlrerated space Is at
a premium, and : some? 'fctock
Tillable for export, rta- being
beld over for future shipment,
due to lack of apace..- j
Cauliflower shows strength
again, with California . quoting
higher prices yesterday, and east
ern markets showing good in
aairr. The Rosebnrg season is
nearly completed, with probably
less than 10 -carloads remaining
for shfpment. Portland la still
oversuppiled. and i demand - is
rather slow. The Portland spring
cauliflower crop Is over one-half
harvested now. Quality haa been
uniformly excellent, and a pre-
tninm has been obtained over
Rosebnrz's sales. - -?
Asnaraxus. prices were firm
this morning, although the retail
trade failed to . follow any price
advances. -" - i .
SMALL BOT IS VERT HJL
TURNEjR, March 18 Maurice
Sparks the five year old son of
Sirs. Ada sparks ana gr&nasonvi
C. W. Small is very 111 in a Salem
hospital where he wis taken ft
month ago. having serious lung
trouble- folio win r pneumonia. A
system of absoption was need on
the conreeted lung, but it was
fan i A KAMMinr Aarlv this week
to perform a lung drainage oper
ation. Friends of the family are
hoping for the early recovery of
the boy. i
O : -O
Orchard Heights I
ORCHARD HEIGHTS, March
28 Wednesday bein? the fourth
birthday of Donald Wilson- his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred
Wilson entertained at dinner the
following relatives: Mr. and Mrs.
Fred Wilson and daughters, Ruth
and Fern, Mr. and Mra. Ralph
Wilson and Jeanette. The dinner
table was centered ' by a candle
trimmed cake complimenting the
small honor guest.
Mrs. Cash Roberts Is again able
to be about after suffering two
weeks with an infected foot.
C. H. Fisher has received news
of the death of his mother, Mrs.
I. R. Fisher at Boynton, Okla.
Mrs. Fisher who formerly lived in
Los Angeles spent two months
last year with her son and family
here having come north in the
hope that the climate might bene
fit her health. She had passed her
80th birthday and' died at the
at Visa 9 VI, VUU 11171 BUU AU JUVUfcUU
Tho OKEGON STATESIAIVSalggL Oregon. Bcaday mornfa?. March 20. 1S31
LIVESTOCK GENERALLY STRONGER
GRAINS FOLLOW! STOCKS M
Hogs Lead Advance at
PORTLANTO, March JS (AP)
A strengthen tnr In livestock
prices all along: , the line was the
outstanding feature In the gen
eral market situation here this
Hogs led the advance. Heavies,
z&o-zso pounds, were going at
7.0 0-1.00; mediums, 200-220
pounds, were 17.60-8,50, and
ugaia. iso-iso pounds. were
quoted at around IS.25 to S3. SO
Feeders and stock ers advanced
about cents to it.00-9.S0.
while good steers. COO-900
pounds, were about the- same at
tl.lit.99. cow advanced about
a quarter to J 6.75-8.25, but Teal
era fell ft way a trifle to 1S.50-
Lamb were nearly .25 cents
higher on the average to t.7 6-
Wheat continued unchanged,
with prices ranging " from - T
cents for Big Bend, to te and. 3
cents Oata was quoted, at 1 20 and
122.. off from 50 cents to a dol
lar. t :
nay quotations were- un
changed at these buying prices.
i.o.d.. Portland: alfalfa 14-15:
Taller timothy 15-15.50; eastern
ureson timothy 17; clover 11:
oat hay 12;. oats and retch 12.
Straw was quoted at $7.50 a ton.
seventeen cents dozen was
the going price for fresh extra
ess, withb utter extras quoted
ac z cents ,
r Ther m b change in boos.
selling at 15 cents for II St Ore
gon crop. ...
? Wool was -5 unchanged at 1
cents for Willamette ralley
coarse, and 15 cents for medium
grade. i ; - - - i
. Italian prune were unchanged
again thia week at around C to
H cents.' ,;.;.! 1 . I . . -
PoaTlAxn. Oce Unreb st f ap
ProaWa xckun net arieea : batter. ex
traa 19; etandard 25; prim firsts S7;
first aS. i -
Ecrs, Yreb extra Tj freab aMdiwea
POaTtAlTD. Or. lUrtllT (AP
Wkut htaitt: i
Opn ' Hica tw CIom
My , ,. eg 68 8
JnL ' ' 64 68 66U
8p. 66 Vi SSfe SH 514
Cuk mjtkrti: wkMli bix Bend blue
tan .87; whit. wwUra whits .86;
kara winter, eortkara trinc, weter
red .63. - - i - L
0a! Km. 2 SO 1. whiU 20.00.
MiUrua staa4uw 14.09. '
i Cerm : Ks. I L T, shipment S7.00.
Nuts, Hay and Hdps
POBTLAXT. Or.., Ifarck IT (AP)
Kate -waUata. Calimia new He. 1. '20
S5e; Orefoa. new, &2(27e; almooda,
SSet peannta, lthk; filerta, a
Hajr wkelesale tarinf price, deliver
d Psrltand. Eaaterm Oregon timothy,
22.5p2: da TaUey. $19 010-50; al
falfa. ftSl; clavar. 16; oat hay,
fit; erMrS7S ta; aelling price.
$1 ta- $3 no. -
Bop l30eop, X51B. .
Batterf at t
rsuiT aim vrnnixTxi
Price paid tn mwrra.y Aataat bvyara.
AppU. taacy , t.JS
Medinau Tf I II
U. ft. V(K 1
Calf meat. 35 la.
P crate. Im .....
Cora, whole, tea
-SA.OO t ss.oe
Craakad aad mul taa H IM4t.a
bfia nra. to , ,. is.oe-is.oe
Brae, to , 1S.Cd-l
tn anaaa. aart. , -l.imi
Booatar. eld ,
lieavtaa. kama , ,
Madinaa aeaa - , n
aXAXJf AJTI HAT
Waeai. waiter red ' ,
Whiae. Va. 84
BarUy. ton .78.00 a 2S.OO
Oata. grey. V. L 1
Mart herinf nri
Oata and vate. tea
Alfalfa, valley. Sad eattim 14.Oe-lS.oe
Eaaiera Orero . .,.., 28. Off
' Conuno i . , i 1 f A
Vartk Pacini STat Orawart
raaey . .
ncy .1, i -
fDelf rered 1b S-pnd bega)
ICbt amfter aalrea i .
111 rea sad p"
Weather is Bearish on
Wheat and Bullish
CIIICAOO, lfarch . 28 (Al)
rtoiwiinsianamg tnat widespread
rain and snow were bearish on
wheat and bullish on corn, both
gains unaerwenx snarn price
breaks today. - -
. 4 Pronounced weakness- of secur-
lues served as n nctabls handicap,
especially on wheat bsyers, who
also were deterred owing to an
apparent fltsle as to predicted
crop damage from abnormal cold.
vonsiaeraoie nneasineas was
shown, regarding likelihood of
enlarged wheat - shipments - front
Russia. g ice-boand - Russian
porta were expected te reopen
soon. . ' , :; . - 1 , .
Wheat closed nervous. . 1 eenti
lower to advanbe. corn S-t to
7-8 down, oata .1-4 off to 1-S up.
; KB FOUB CHITS
PORTLAND March 21.
CAP) Quotations oil wholesale
butter: stood . revised downward
S cents on all grades today as
result of declines in other prin
cipal coast markets and increas
ing difficulty- of movement of
local supplies. Quote; extras 21
cents; standards 25; prime firsts
2, nnd firsts 22. ppening tone
was easy. , . '
jot u jn
Has. 00 lbs p .
, 10 to lt
054 to .07
" to .0
Dree and vaal .
Weakening of the butter mar
ket caused wholesale v milk nnd
cream buyers to announce
cent cut la delivery price of but-
terrat to 21 cents ft pound.
Wholesale egg . market opened
unsettled with higher prices
Quoted at country points than, la
we city, while 17 cents was
quoted 'for selling extras to city
retailers, country buyers were of
fering from It to 21 nente for
closely candled, extras .suitable
for storage or shipment east.
Nominally, - quotations were
changed on all grades.
John Finn on
11 tOQt; March StWord has
been received 1 br Mr. and Mra.
J. W. Finn that their son, John,
who Is attending the New Todk
week ego for TJurmudft for the
isasxer vacation.- : ,
John Is colnr with all expenses
paid as the assistant to one of
the professors from , the school,
who is taking ft number of small
boys tor tho vacation. 'John la
well known here and Is an ex-
student of the Amity high school.
I Spring Valley
6PR1NO VALLET. March 22
Mr. nnd Mrs J. P. Sohn and chil
dren, Elaine. Ella Bella and Jesse
of . Independence, were : Tisltors
Sunday at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Carl Alderman. The Sohn's
are former residents of this com
munity, where Mrs. Sohn taught
scneol tor sv, number of years.
Mr. and Mrs.. D. D, Wallae of
Sola. Miss Nina vnd Marie :Tan-
sey of Glenn Creek Toad and Mr.
and Mrs. 'Glenn.- McKlnney of
Sltvertott were- Sunday callers at
the E. P McKlnney home.
Xfi ai lira nftat TTAwaw nf
Rickey were ' recent visitors at
the Frank Smith home. Mr. and
Mrs. Oscar Hoven- and family
hava been quite ill with Influenza.
air. ana aire, utwrence wuson
went by motor this week to their
home in Welppe. Idaho. Wilson
spent nearly ft year here where
he made manytrlenda. '
Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Chenoweth
are domiciled In the Roy Breei-
mer - house again after having
Soeat several months in Cali
fornia. " headed mother
... PUiy SCOilES BIT
CMsnta Produce Operetta
Recently Thttt Wins
Praisa ' "
WOODBTJRN, March St ' A
fairly large and appreciative an
dience saw the clerer Dutch oper
etta, "Hulda - of Holland pre
sented In the auditorium of Wood-
burn high school Friday nlxht.
The play was well received and a
goodly profit was realized from
the aale of seats. - - "
Much credit is due the director.
Miss Mcpnerson tor ner effort la
making the play such a success.
She was assisted by other facul
ty members. Mise Alms Taylor
taught the dances, which were all
ouue ciever. Miss Virginia Mason
had charge of .the speaking parts
sad alias Warn Sims, helped make
tne effective Dutch costavmes. -
The entire- theme -&t the - play
centered about the lev affairs of
Holds Cats, who Is betrothed In
Infancy to Jan Steen, who Uvea In
America, Jan Steen turns out to
be ft tempermenUI artist, and
contributes much to the- contedy
in the play. The part of Hulda
was taken by Opal. Dicker and
Glenn Seely slaved the part of
Jan. Steen. He responded to an
encore on his dance entitled "I'm
so Aesthetic." -
Kenneth " Glllanders ' was the
masculine lead of the play and
took the part of Jerry Heyden. ft
modernized American, but a
Dutchman, after alU " He mas
querades as - Jan Steen In order
that he may marry. Hulda. whom
ho met in Paris.' Katrlna Hoog
enbeet is Hulda's. best friend,
who despite the fact that she
doesn't like the looks of .Jerry's
friend. Jimmy stone; -4 finally
changes her mind and decides to
marry him. Ediths Shrock por
trayed the part of Katrlna. end
Don Covey played Jimmy Stone's
part. Elmer and Dennlsr Froentko
did exceptionally well In their
parts as Jacob HoorenbeeU and
Peter Cats. Their characteriza
tion of old Dutch characters was
well done. Jessie Sims played tho
part of Vrou Cats; Hulda's hot-
with a heart of
, IfEnAlfA, March SS. '
Tho Marion Taylor homo
was visited by thieves Tues
day night, who completely
cleaned the" smokehouse of
fowr ham, . fowr ahoaiclers
and four sides of baeosu The ;
thieves entered, by diivfjag
their car Into ' the picnic
grove nnd. walking- through
the back way. Mr. Taylor
has never had anything; scot
em before and the smoke
wasn't even locked. -
gold, as well..- Hugh Hughes as
Dirckv a xasn-of-all-work. Artie
Owings as Adrian Steen, -Jan'a
father from America and Herbert
Koenig as Cornollua Heyden por-
crayea ineir pans yery weiL
Chorae Wins Appleoae
The members of the- milkmaids'
chorus were Geraldlne Bonney,
Donnl Conyne. Mary Alice
Conyne, Mablo Halrerson. Vem
Jurs-eas. Phyllis Koenir. Cather
ine Mccormick, rreda Kelson,
llsxlne Sanderson. Zona Schwab.
Daisy Shrock. Hasel Shrock and
Hugh Hughes. Perry LAndsem.
James Myers. Ralph Blbler.
George Oberst. Harold' Owlnrs
and Vernon Sprouse. ,
Between acts. Miss Rettr Kirbt
of Portland gave tour violin so
los, they were "Midnight Bells
by Heubeger and Krelaler. "Chan
son Indoue" by . Rlmsky-Korsa-kow.
"The Old Refrain- by Krels
ler and "FrosquiU- by Kreisler.
She was accompanied at. tho pia
no by Miss Elisabeth Miller. Miss
Miller also played the accompani
ment for all the musical numbers
of the operetta. - -
Setting Unlqn 1 - '
The ingenuity of the stage
manager was displayed by the
beautiful setting arranged. All
three acts were laid in the
grounds of Peter Cats residence.
at Scheventngea, Holland. A typ
ical Dutch scene with & windmill
and real tulips helped greatly tol
u un uu otner qramatie er
Tb managerial staff for the
operetta was: Stage managers-
cunton Nenaei and Hnrh Hashes
assistants, Artie Owings and Har
O fl MM
u. s. cite:.!
DALLAS, March 28 One ap
plicant out of the three success
fully passed the naturalization ex
aminations' and received bis cit
izenships here last week.' The ex
aminations 'were conducted be
fore Judge Walker by the natur
alization examiner, Blackman.
John Blaser, a native of Swit
zerland, successfully passed the
test and reeclved his citizenship
papers. He is a resident of Val-
Remlgio Petrassi was barred
from taking steps to secure citi
zenship for five years. He admit
ted that he had aided friend .
remove some prunes from the
warehouse- of his friend's
brother. He maintained him inn.
cerfce of the knowledge of the ac
tion leing inert but admitted that
he plead guilty and paid tine as
it was the easiest way cut.
Peter Foekel of West Salem
passed the tests but his case was
continued until November, as oae
of his witnesses had not been in
dose enough touch, with him
Office at Plant
The Associated - OH company
has completed a new office build
ing at .its plant 8te 19th and
Dak streets. Offices which have
been located in thr. Marlon hotel
building were . moved Saturday to
the new building.
The structure is ft substantial
frame building, in i cottage style
of architecture. While this takes
the offices away from -uptown.
Manager Ted Endicott says it
will enable him to have closer
supervision of the operations of
the company's business here.
eld Owings; property manager.
Margaret Moehel: assistant. Her
bert Koenig; business manager.
Dorothy Austin, publicity mana
ger, ' Geraldlne Bonney; costume
mistress, Freda Nelson; cut mis
tress, Rea McPeak; and head ush
er. Peggy Shorey.
'Men who Don't Come Back"
By WALT DISNEY
POBTUAXD. Or March IT API
Cattle s. ealvea 10; talking Boatly
steady. . -
Stee S09-e Iba.) IOd fT.73QSS.0O,
aseoinat S.T5?T0. ceaaaoa .00T.OO.
Steara VOO-llOO ! rod 7.50 ki 7.75!
eaeaiaa .T57J0: caaaaien .00S.75.
Bte llOO-MOO lbs- e4 T.OOW7.50J
media , .50&Ti0. Heifer- (650-800
Ib. ar4 T.34rT.50: anedinm S.SS0
T.25; ceaaniea S.00 Q 0.25. Cow. fOd
S.7SO.ZS; conaot aae ntdnn .5t?
S.TSi law eutter;n ntter S.50 04.75
Ball - (reariinaTa eiclnded) . 6.00 5.50 1
eatter, tenaea a4 ae4inaa S.T55.00.
Veal era. Bilk f .50 10.50; mediant
S.vOexw.Bv:' can and common s.w V
S.ee. Calrea S5O-S00 lb 0.00 9.50;
caatanaa ea4 aardnua .5U( B.UU.
Hea S5S: steady.
(Soft er ei!y kar and reatnr lffS
xelade4. lift UShU 140-1SO Ibe
T.06S.5; tisM weiat 16O-S00 Iba
8.25(.se; liga weifht 1SO-SOO Iba
S.SS 6rS.5e; anedina weigbt 200-220 Iba
T.50S.5O; medical weicbt 220-250 I be.
7.2S&8.2S; baavr waichta 250-290 Ib,
7.08.00; beary weltht 2O-850 lb
B.50(r,7.75. Paekiaf aowa 273-500 Iba
S.b-WT.OO. Feeder ana tockr pig 70
13 ba S.0O&S.5O.
. fiheeo SHO. anoably ateaar.
Lambs SO ba..! 4a wa, 6.7307.25; me
dian 6.00 C,75t ell weirht. caramon
5.00 OO. Yearling wether - 90-110
Ibw aaeSina te efceiee .25ft.25. Ewe
90-120 lbi S.St 4.23; ewe 120-15O
Iba- S.00ff4.OO;. Q weigbtf, enll and
cernaoa l.&QQtJOO. , i : .
Sunday, March St
KGW 089 rartlamd .
1:00 Orcan. '
Eckoea ml tie Orient, NBC
13 V . t i . l t - i an
J1? National Yeata Confereaee, KB9.
ut. 8. Farkea Csdman, JsaC,
J:0O Natiol reaper, NBO.
00 CataolMj hear, KBO.
4:00 View f th sew.
:J Collier's boor, NBO.
e:15Atwtr Kan-V KBC .
7:45 get prker.
30 Captaia Dare's TrareU.
" book cba.
11:00 EagdaA organ. ' .
, Monday, Karcs SS
;:Jrnins; Appetisars, - V
iM,?,,el)ki Otbaoe. KB 0.
Maraain mf Air. KB0.
f ? fnha Hayea.
i :'2fr"Ta "" and Ham, NBC.
J .oo cViendly chat.
iiirS,0 xl. NBO.
iU,M ttorT 9trmm. NBO.
a itrS, Bnainaaat NB0L
a214T?i',r Bharleek Halaee.
la-oo-weaters girl. . . .
J! 7-y, and Beppaw
"W Mai Bos theatre ergsa.
ll neA00 M Xa-dJomBiS
S o . yroraan. -
ZlZT "maker bar.
POETXAKD, Ofra, Mare tT- (AP)
Frait sad vegetable. Fresh fruit or
aagea. naeela. packed. S3 -25 4; jumble
itek. 91.90-&2; grapefrnit. Florida.
S3.T5-34.25: . CaUferaia. 93.253.50;
linsea. 5-daa. eartoo. S2.50; banana. 6e
lb. Laaaaaa California, : 15.30 & 6.
Cab bar local. Idt2e lb. Potatoea
Orero DeeobwU. f 1.25 1.45; iaeal.
9Oefil.l0: Takima. 75eeS1.25. New
potataea -florid. 11 (9 He U. Onion
aeUing price te retailers, Oregon. 700
80 ewU Seed potatoea local. 1 &
2a lb. - , ..."
Ehobarb local. Balk. TQ8 lb.; Ar
ticbokee 60075. Spinacb 4ocl, 70
80 orange boat WaUa Walla. 60 70c
Celery California. S1.75 ;per do, heart.
$a.S3 per do, bnncbea. Muhrooma
heUioaae, 60o IbJ Pepper bell, green,
22&tZt lb. 1 - 4
,weet petatoee c ttem, $2.75 2.80.
Caaiitlower Ore pan broccoli, $1.10 9
1.25 erat.- Boaa Florida, S7H lb.
Peat California, ,$4 crate, 15a lb. Gar
lit: new, 7 ft 10 lb. ' Tomatoee Mexi
can, $4.50 itig, repacked. Letter Ari
sona Tvna. S4Q4.S0 crate: Imperial
raUey. S-601S crate. Aiparagat Cali
fornia 7010c ) ...
POSTXAKO. Or, March. S7 (AP)
Milk raw milk (4 per eent), $1.90 par
w.. delivered Partland let 1 per aent:
grade O eailk, SA.40. Bmiterfat llrarad
is PortlaadL S7e. s
Paaftry (baying price ) 11t. fceary
baa wrar ; Ib 21; aaadiaai
ben. SH-4H !, 1: hgk hena. 14
IV i aolarad broilerC 1H lb sad
over, S2e; aolered broiler 14 lb., sad
orer. SOe; yoang Pekia duck. 4 lb,
and Ter. tie; old 25e; colored dacka.
1S: aarkey. e. ZS(rf20.
Patetaea Ke. 1 craded. eSoO$1.4S
wii Ka. s. ee.
rjMaA moI trr nin r prlc to ra
ta iieri: aarkays. poor ta goad. J52;
ducks, ts: gass. lSej eapoas, 12 3154
, SHOP IS SOLD'
SILVKRTOK. Or.. March 28
W. J. Ilatch. blacksmith, has sold
his shop At the comer of water
and Jersey streets to T. A.a Olsea
or Florence, Ore. If r. Hatch has
aet glrea oat his future plans hut
did tndlneated that he -would re
main at TJrertoa.
I SPWtHlNO J 7 - - - - " " II - -IT- lV Vk ilaT-lir i- STOW? FACml itiLW. . M C
POLLY AND HER PALS -10 oe or noi to
By CLIFF STERRETT
LITTLE ANNIE ROONEY
Such Popularity Most be Deserved"
'.ly&zt ypu ace, Miss iXdKS ) eEEzeeo ft - 11
By DARRELL McCLURU
O IS3I. King rratum Sjedicalc,
f?1r.r Britma HtiH rcienad.
FiKSO SOME WPf 10 TfeUfErA
( ALL WOW 6A."mPUL 1 AM!
TOOTS AND CASPER
Samnffkaw 1 ' t . - ' 1
OH. 4 1 '
'tt. fcss" 1111 7
WU rVVt IN YUU CAQrU, tUU iAK.t li J5UT iWa
HOPlMS TO &STOKS W1T MOSC PtCfii&EG AND
mavbe apiobom oerwo
The Colonel's Presentiment"
AWM'.C IM CAS2B OP TPtS PARl -AWO UCXKI
By JIMMY MURPHY
I - g
1 0U5T SAW
POWM THS TRHaTT
J A "TAXI-CAB,
rSH-r tmat eonr
I WATCHED THAT
TAXI VnTH.iT )
t ALMOST WI9HI
HADN-T LET 90PHH5
O I3UKIw feetare 5vffrgar, W.Crret PrTHmrlrM iear ft
; NO, ; CAepm! sopHis 13 :
"i K I nSVS A A 4K!ANl V)MAr4 A.
m V I ANO EVEN IF VE DO I
THEM1, HAYS A SPAT HOW (
.C-iar AMD) THCKl ITH3HVC. )
m-L" V TH WORLD OH HER. 7
m. hi airnam -la.
after; ens had
I DOMT KOV WHYe .
1 BUT I HAD A STRAN&r
FEELINc THAT IT
HI S MAIM'.