The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, September 01, 1931, Page 7, Image 7

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    Th8ORi:G0ry STATESMAN, Safeci. Oregon; Tuesday tfornln. "September 1, 1931"
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BUTTER PlfflTlFUL
BUT-PRICE STEADY
Wot yet Depressing Factor
In Market; Eggs are
Slightly Easier
' PORTLAND, OreL, Aug. 31. -JfAP)
Batter opened the week
with v slight surplus ot stock, al
though there Was no official
change in the prise Jist, Apparent
ly the surplus has not ret reached
a point -where it U a depressing
factor on the market. : v
, 8ome storage stock Is being
forced onto the market, making
the market look more congested
than it really is. f .
Markets all along the coast hare
been holding steady and no real
weakness was suggested " in ? the
early Monday trade; - : I
. "The egg market seemed slightly
easier as the week opened.- No
change in quotations is forecast
tor the immediate- future.
There was -a good demand for
hen turkeys at better prices. The
market is in a position to stand
Any reasonable amount - of good,
quality stock at this time with ai
top price of 30 cents for beat of'
ferings. . ,,s . j
The market forjPekln ducks
was heary at 13-15 tents a pound.,
beese are in fair call at slightly
better prices. Producers have been
paid up to 15 cents recently..
SEPTEMBER WHEAT
SETS LOW RECORD
CHICAGO, Ang. 31 (AP)
Wheat prices tottered uncertain
ly today as persistent liquida
tion by discouraged holders drove
quotations steadily downward to
the lowest leTels for the current
crop. : ..'!. J. . ' r j
All deliveries were - affected,
with September establishing
new all time low of -45 cents a
bushel, tav lowest plrlce any, fu
ture delivery ever sold at on the
Loan? oftrade. Cash wheat fold
for 45 cen's a bushel in October;
1852. The December .delivery
crawled beneath the 60 cents a
bushel mark, leaving only the de
terred March and May contracts
shore. Corn was erratic and weak
ened because of uncertainty, oyer
the deliTeriesthat probably will
be made tomorrow.
Wheat closed weak ; at slightly
store the day's ; bottom figures.
6-8 to 1 ? cents below Sat. day's
close, torn finished mixed.
lower lo iigher. oats 1-S to 4
Off. , ' i - ; -- i- ' ..
Closing wheat figures:
. September,! 45-; Dec,
49 S-8 to ; Marefc 52;. May.
51 3-3 to : ; j :", -; -
issniiE
TO STUDY 1H ERST
I The 'twelfth volume, of the
I Wickersham report is Just off the
i press and in this thick book there
' Is a report, for Oregon which in-r
i eludes study of Portland and Sa
i lent conditions. . V-
The report for Salem (Is credited
to Miss Rosalind Van Yinkle, nn
ider the supervision of Prof. S. B.
; Laoghlln. head of the department
of enonomics and sociology. Wil
lamette nnirersity. And to Carl
G. Doney, president of Willamette,
; tor his cooperation in arranging
lor the study. ;
- the Oregon report covers only
Portland and Salem ; because' only
citier of 25,000 and orer were
. studied. : i-
. Miss Van Winkle will leave
neit week where she will attend
Columbia university and continue
' her work in sociology. She will
live in the "International" house,
i t a. rare opportunity for one persn
lng her line of study and an op
portunity granted only a very few
studeuts. Miss Josephine Albert
will also accompany i Miss Van
Winkle and reside in the same
liousefj. - . !
WATfliKS CAR DISAPPEAR
SILVERTON. Aug. 31 While
sitting In a 1 arber shop chair; Sat
urday afternoon, Sam Klein had
r the experience of seeing, through
a reflection in the window, a
youth get Into his Hudson, touring
car and driving It off. He had left
-the key in the ear. ..;
Police are still looking for the
auto which' cafrled an Oregon" 11-
! ' -.--cense 3400. . . i- I
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MYSTERY
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This la the flnt pubh'shel picture
of Mrs. HIsashi Fajfannra. wife ef
the wealthy Japanese importer, ef
New York, who disap seared from
the liner BeJgenland recently.
Fujimura was returning from a
crcise with his white sweetheart,'
Mrs. Mary Dale Reixter, actress,
and disappeared when the ship was
a few hours out of New York. His
wife could not throw nr light en
the missing maai affairs.
ELBERTA PEACHES FLOOD MART
WHEAT PRICES DOWN I TWO CENTS
Available as low as I
j 50 Cents; Hales
i Are Scarce
i PORTLAND. .Ore., Aug. 3J.
(AP) A large supply of Elberta
peaches forced prices under the
values ot Hate last week on the
east, side farmers market today.
When trade settled 1 down after
the opening M flurries, Elbertas
were available at 50 55c a bos
in larger quantities. : j ; .
I J." H. Hales"" were scarce, and
sold readily at 76 90c. mostly
at 85c a box. d though this va
riety of peaches was scarce on the
primary market, produce firms
had large 1 shipments direct. The
producers - also : had to compete
with ..large . receipts of Elbertas,
that came direct to- produce
houses. j
j The tomato market looked
weaker. The best stock topped at
50c with the.. bulk moving, at
405C,r j V
The supply of locarcaullflower
was heavier en the market. No.
II stock brought up to 81.10..
i Heavy ! cauliflower offerings
from the Seattle district sold ' at
about 90c; or 20c under local.
IFor the first time this season,
a: really large supply, of Grand
Island cantaloupes were available
to , buyers; . These topped at
around 1 a crate. Offerings from
The Dalles ; were in fair , demand,
movlnr at 81.25 01.50. CanUl
onpes from southern Oregon and
the Dillard. section were absent.
General Markets
PORTLA'&. Or., Aug. 81-JUf)
Wbeat xutare:
Sept old
8pt new 5
Ie.
Opn Hiflt Lew Close
45 44 44
i ax '
V-'.. nirittl' ITllMl! Kir HasA BIDS'
tern, ST : . toft whit, wertern whita.
4S V, : kr4 winter. norUera aprins,
western red. 41
0t: No. a whit S17.50.
Corn: K. ff E.i T., ;S25.60. r
MiUnia atadsr4 12.50.
t Portland Livestock
Cattle S40, -calye, 250, ateady.
medium : SS,SS-SS0; tommoi ' $3.75-
$5.25; stera SOO-1100 lbs, ffood $6.50.
$7.00; BlRdtun 1 fa.w)..i)i; cobibob
3.50-$j.O0; da JIOO-ISOO 1i., read
ma ns. 9 AA.' u A OK TToifrK
t f t , Man i.m. .
550-83 ib, good ,$5.50-$6.00: nrdica
gooi S4.S5-S4.S5; omotoa and mediant
$3.O0-$4.3S; tow cutter and cntter $t.OO
SHK). BttlU Yle- Exld.) good and
choice (beef) $4.60-4.754 utter, eont-
aaon and medinm. fS.W)-4.o. vernier
Jmilk fed Kd and choice $7.00 $8.50;
mediant t6.0O$7.6;' enll and common.
$4.O0-$.O0. Cml-rM 230 600 lbs.. good
and choice ,$9.00-18.00; common and me
dium $3.50-$d.OO.
Hogs 4150. penea se lower.
Uht- lirkt ! 140-160 lbs., good and
choice e5.25-$.25. Uht welfbt 1SO-180
lbs.. ood and choice $S.OO-$6.S5 j do.
$6 25. nredinm weight S00-S20 lb.. eood
and choice $5t25l-$6.25 : do. 820-25O lbs..
.a A ehalR S4.75-S5.75. 1 Heavy
weight S-50-2W) lbs, good and
$4.50-$0.&u; ao. sieu owi rr.
choice S4.Z&. J"acnr - ' "
-JJi- od: $S)4-S4.50. Feeder
and atocker pig 70-lSO i lba, goo and
choice , '
Sheep and lambs 2800J ateadr. . .
- Lmts SO lbs., down od ?4;ctlj
$5 00-$5J: medium S3.5O-$5.O0 ; all
weight ci.. S0 SS-SO. Ve.rl,nr
.7 wi v av TK. I w.-d am ta choie
winsyTTs vv : . . .
$3 00-S4.00. Evm 0H12 lba.. medium to
choice S1.75-$3.O0; A.?- lbv f
4inm ta choice 1.50 $1.75 j U wights,
cull and. eonuaoa ai.w ei.ow.
Fruitsi Vegetables
PORTLAND. 1 Ore Ang. 81 (AP)
Fruit and vegables; orangea-Cablor-.im.
Valencia. SJ.25-$50. Grapetrnit--
times 3 dos-J Cartons. $3.50. Bananaa,
5c i lb. Ijemens tauioraw. r.
! Rasoberries-i-l-ecal; $1.50 crate. Hack-
tU. Jl-I2t lb. Watermelone N. Wt
Klondike. IV-:c v,----
IMUard. $l-$18-5: Takusa and The
melons California large flats. $l-3.
Mnskmeiosa ioci. -
California, 1H tb lee cream melons -California.
' 3c lb. Persian melons, $1.50
prate. i' J t .
OrTe Beediess, ii.ifi.
mI MaU?, t3.;i White UiUg 913;
rn Ti n...i,...T.lrim. KTbertas.
4Tte -65c: local. 50-70c; J. H - Hales, 7k
80c : Crwler. a-i . wni
Cabbajje Loca new, ii;S
;ns selUac oricw te retailers: Walla
Wall Globes. $2. Cucumbers. field
frown. 25e box. wptnscn "ci,
$1.10? Celerr Labish. a
u..vviiiti hatliiinu. 65e lb. Peppers
Bell.; green. iSS-dOo box. .
r iv f.niiinw -dinrthwest. a l-a l.Si
per crate. Beane 4ecal.. S-5e. P
local. 7-8 H c IO. iraiwM
40-5 5S box. corn Jocai. 2""""""
IHUIM' ired. $3.50. 8um
arer sqnash local, lists, 60c. '
Portland Produce
tlABTf iVrt itve A Tiff. . II JlP-
w ..,,1.. Inn win a ynr AMTt
hen, colored. $ ribs up 0-e
aw'- a? a m s o sih. m m t ai
do mNinn, iac ; jignt. s .
under 1H B-s S2-2e; . V4 Iba,
17-aoe; colored. 2e; No. S ehlekeas.. 7
Sc; old irooaters. 7e) ducks, pekins, l
15J geese, 18-t. , ; - ' "
uL lti lb eastern
Washington. $15-$1.$5 eeuUl. t
jiaT. auying pnoa iw . yrwicri r
faUa. $14 $15; lelorer. $10-12: . WiHam-
timeibr. !-); oats and retch. flO-fU
Milk-barUc prices: grade B, $3.17
Portland delrrery end inspection.
- Kuti Oregon walnuts, 18-ZZe; pea
ntiu, 12 lb;; Braxils, IS-SOe; almonds,
14-lStf; filberts. 20-2Se; peeaaa 20c. Ib.
Hope nominal 129 crop. 10-lte;
IPSO, l$-17c
vanvw- rwMvj uvm. a-vm - w
tailors ; turkeys, poor to good. S5-S0e, t
Thieves Susjected
At McManr Grocery
I W. A. Giesy Says
AURORA, Aug. 51 W. A.
Clear, manager of a McMarr
store, created a little flarry Fri
day morning when he let it be
known the doors to the store had
been found unlocked at opening
time. Change in the cash drawer
had' not been disturbed and onttl
a thoroogh check: can be made,
the loss, if any, can not be esti
mated. '
Clear found one lock had been
tampered with when he opened
Tharsday morning. -
iir. and Mrs. Melrin Erans and
family, left Saturday moraine by
morning by motor, tor a - trip
which wfil take them to Seattla
and the Sound country. They ex
pect to be gone a week and while
lm Seattle will rtsit with relatiTes
mt Mrs. Brans. ;
Salem. fJarkets1
. i r. : . t . i
Grade n raw A milk,
co-op. price $2.17 H P
CWt. . .: ;.. J, - I i .
Bntterfat'SOc :
rstm AKp TEiUStABXXS
Prlee paid te growers by Astern Wrers.
- r ' August 81 ; i I
. VEGXXAEZXS
Celerr. dot. ,4)... ., i,.i , $0 U ;7
Radiskes.
Onions, des. , ; , , , M .. , ,
Oaiona, sack, , , '. t 4
Carrots '; qf .
Beets ; i , f
Cabbage , . . .. , .0$
Corn. ck . j, L i , - .f '
Cucumbers. - : ; i e to SO
Caoliflewec, crate
Potatoes, ewt ...
Turnips, dox. -
Tomatoes, crate
Kummer squssh -Greea
beana :
Lttuce. crate i
Toeal Caataloupea
Prunes, bu. , , j
Orsreasteins, bo.
Watermelons, local .
Green Peppert. lag "v.
uibub aquasn
ib
50 toJ75
-30 ta 85 :
.40,
oi H
oa4
sWK .
0 to J66
Extras .
Medium M
BOO
Bnjlng prices
Jo
.89 to 40
Roosters, o'd
Broilers -Colored
, 1
Leghorn
Heavies, hens .
Medium hens
Light seas
POITLTKI
Bajlag Prices
HBJLLS AHT HAt
' Buying Prices
Wheat, westers red
White. ' bu. -,
Barley, ton .... 1. tu te 18.001
Oats, grey - i te 24.00
White , $21 te $23100
Hay: buying prices i i 1 1
Oata and retch, ton
Clorer
Alfalfa.. Taller. 2nd' cutting
Kastero Oregon I ... .,, ...
rAmmnn A . .
Top grade- .
Did stock
f iambs, top
Hogs .top
HOPS
.10.00
-11.00
.14.00
.15.00
.13.60
MEAT .
BuTtng Prless
-15H
.0$
Hogs, fint euta .
Hogs, ether cuts
Steers ; ;
Cows .
Heifers
s
Dressed veal
Ireased kegs
Coarse - -
Medium ,
04
05
05
OS
.05 te .0
01H to .03
.04 t .04
11
08
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MOBAia
Hogs Live and Dressed
v Are Lower; Changes
; In Knees Many
Wheat took a two-cent decline
erer the weekend, hogs tumbled
another quarter cent, oats went
down and Quite a few changes
were reported in fruits and vege
tables. Butterf at, poultry and
eggs remained steady, i;
Yesterday wheat figures were
34 cents on white and Jl cents
per bushel on red.. Top hogs were
bringing the grower $5.75 per
Mindred. Dressed hogs were down
a- cent. - " , i '-: -...1 - '
. The largest quantity of local
tomatoes so far this seasoa ar
rlred on local stands yesterday,
bringing 40 cents a bushel tf the
gardener; this is down 20 cents
price offered last week.
Lettuce, of none too firm quality.
la up 10 cents on the crate, to $1.
Cabbage is bringing the grow
er two cents- now-, compared to
the cent and a half offered ftst
week. Green beans are worth a
halt cent more, toe, to a "new buy
ing price of two and a halt cents.
Radishes and onions, by thajdos
en bunches, - command 25 cents
from the retail storev an increase
ot flTe cents, . l !
Wool quotations bar dropped
away down, with the market re
ported generally inactire. j . f.
Huston Crashes )
Span, Pay& for
Drunken Driving
Lynn Huston who' is , about '35
year of age and liVes iin Jeffefsoa
tangled his auto against Green's
bridge Saturday night ' and 1 by
standers picked him1 up. placed
him on a cot and took him to the
home of Constable J. T. Jones.
After several hours had, elapsed
and-Huston had sobered up a bit,
he waaSbrousht into . Salem I and
lodged lq the county jalL
Yesterday in Justice court Hus
ton faced charges of driving while
Intoxicated. He pleaded guilty,
was fined $100 and days in
iail. failed to nay the flna but be
gan ha Jail sentence.
coiiirs
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PUITiT IS DIT.1A0ED
Rre Will Hold up Crews;
Start Work on Inman
r Building" :
SILVERTOM, Aug. 31 Fire
this j morning did - considerable
damage to the county paving plant
located near North James avenue.
The plan t had . been in operation
out one hour when the entire top
burst into flames which were ex
tinguished after a hard fight by
both of , Silver-ton's fire compan
ies, h' ' - : - ' :"'' i--, '
. The blaze Is believed to have
started in the region of the weigh
ing kettle. According to W. M.
Bressell In charge, ' it will take
several days at least before the
plant can be put into operation
again. : Ten men are ; employed
here, 'j:' ; ' ' ' : p-
Work' was started Saturday on
the third-story addition to the In
man building here. S. M. McCIung,
contractor, has a crew of five men
busy preparing the top ' of the
building for the new addition. The
additional space' will be devoted
to apartments. , ' -;j
Work will be started on a new
barn on the, Jake Severson farm,
route 2, Silverton, this week. The
old structure was completely de
stroyed'by fire several weeks ago:
Lumber is on the grounds and the
contract has been let to Rueben
Thornlay, local carpenter. - ? , ' -
HegeihwUer 1st -"
FinM for Fire '
That Got Away
i , 1 1 )-' :j . -j ..-
Adolph j Hegethwiler wrote his
check for $100 yesterday in Jus
tice courts thereby paying a tine
of that Amount assessed against
him by Miller Hayden for setting
a fire i daring -the -closed season
without a permit. Hegethwiler'a
slashings fire, started Saturday,
got away from him and a ctow of
men were called to the j Silver
Creek falls districts where Heg
ethwiler; lives to work all one
night stopping the flames. -The
fire was discovered . by a -forest
ranger.' j ii
Hegethwiler pleaded guilty aiyl
4:
ON THE JOB RAISING JOBS
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Following iheir first conference on the unemployment situation Pirew
dent Hoover and Walter &.Glf ford are here shown at the White Uouii
Hri Gilford, president of-the American ; Telephone and Telegrapt
(Company, was recently: appointed by ue rresiaenx co ue cnairmansni
; of tne national committee on unempioymem. ; Assoeiaiea wi i
: Gifford in his efforts, te afford -national relief are some of the eotti
i.J". I ''M.--..r: ,tnrs" most prominent business leaders, . -
i. -
had little to say in his own de
fense; He is a bachelor. It-wa
8aJdin court, yesterday -that he
baaV been' held tor a similar of
fenses before, - -f-:'''
H K ME
en divorces
' il i - 1 - 1 i "
Three ; wives, ; estranged from
their husbands, were granted di
vorces here yestef days in f Judge
L. H. McMahan'sicourt. f !
Custody of a girl, nine years ef
age, goes to Pearl Victor who se
cured a decree of divorce from B.
a. victor 10 wnom sne was mar
ried April 17, 1 17. He was de-
dared to be untrue, and mean 4d
vile la Shis conversation. She is to
receive $ a month support nmn
e; for the girl until tba Jattet is
13 andf lloCa month for herself
unUl February 1, 1932 and $1(0 a
month from then until February
1.S1933 -n'-mu-.- ' - :
Mary) M. i foster who married
Robert H. Faster received ade
cree of jdlvorce from him andMhe
right to resume her maiden nme
of: Mar M.; Seaty. He was-rriiei
and on some occasions struckfer,
she aaserted.- i -. m j -
A divorce was granted to Mjlb
Peterson whomarried CharU J.
Peterson January 1, miffler
maiden name of Melba Keenwas
restored to her.; He called herlvile
names and on 'July 30 desalted
her, Tars. Foster alleged in' her
,f,t.i. , ..... ' --v
Si one of the divorces was
tested
ton-
UPSilV TO SPEfill
: HERE TWICE T0D.V
i Tw appearances by Hon. Will
D. Uplhaw, for eight years a con
gressman at Washington from
Georgia, are scheduled in Salem
today.! This noon Upshaw speaks
to the Salem Kiwanis club on "Kl
wanls'Cijtizenshlp." At 8 p. m. he
addressed a general public meet-.
Ing h414 at the First Methodist
church under the auspices of pro-
blbltlon forces in the city. His
topic 'then will be "America's
Greatest Battle..
Upshaw has been speaking for
several months j throughout Cali
fornia Recently he has Invaded
Oregod and is mow , on' his way
north through the state. Yester
day' he addressed two large audi
ences at Albany. Sunday la Eu
gene hjajspoke to a crowdelTuhion
meetlng of the churches' In that.
y; I I . 1;
' Upshaw has a national reputa-
tion . as ids. orator. Some press
writers bAve hailed him as a sec
ond Bryan. He is said to be force
ful, entexjtafning! and dynamic.
At the; Kiwabia fmeetinir this
noon tfa attendance jrixe will be
offered bv n. fl
Otto li. iPaulus,
joined tho club,
tendance award.
Page. Next week?
who recently re
will give, the at-
AVOIDS COLLISIOiJ
KES BB
i tables jn la
ittered ever
BUTSTHI
K 1 i &
Fruits and veretablftahi larr--
quantitles. were scattered ever the
woodbUrnrSilrerton highway at
me warqpam intersection before
9 o'clock; esterday morning hen
another arswept the curve so
fast the big truck driven by Eant
Geracei of Portland, was swing
toa farl out to avoid a crash.'
Driver f the jcar traveling to
ward Weodburn 1 did
see what damage was done when
the truck A overturned. While
about fourth of; the $90 load was
loet. the driver
and only : minor
truck resulted.
Gerare hit the
jwas not injured
.damages to Ihe
bank as he
crowded the curve to avoid strik
ing the J approaching machine.
uerace.was headed for Silverton.
B3I WA1JT DISNEY
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6UMKiMTr4Ar tbTWlNKOrT
TOOTS AND CASPER
Keeping the Cat in the Bag
ROHAKCE
I LOVE IT?
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NUBEUCHASMMI
AND PASMY
HOOFam. ACTS
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THE DAY WE
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