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The OREGON STATESMAN Silem, Oregoru Soiday Morning November 8, 1931
Shcrts. Feel Pinch, Profit
Takers Cash in, Active
Trading is Result
By JOHN L. CbOLEY
NEW YORK, Not. 7 (AP)
Sparks from the grain and silver
markets : touched oft ' a flare of
bullishness In stocks today. . .
' Trading was active, tor shorts
felt the pinch of rislns; prices; but
the large volume of profit-taking
that proceeded under cover of the
- rally kept the average advance
slightly below yesterday's. .
The turnover of 2.033,110
- shares was the largest tor a Sat-
arday in nearly two months and
exceeded the volume. for any full
session this week with the excep
tion, ot Friday..
Bulls were stimulated' not only
by the action ot commodities but
by the faet that' the market yes
terday had gone through the pre
vious highs ot the recovery. Thus
encouraged, operators for the ad
vance worked strenuously with
their, favorites and . final prices
' were roughly 1 to 5 points higher;
, The speculative appetite for
mining shares was stimulated by
, the fractional advance in bar sil
ver te 24 3-S cents an ounce here,
despite a decline at London.
American Smelting, International
Silver and Homestake were lead
ers. Firmer gasoline prices influ
enced the oils, although that
gToup quieted down in the later
Bethlehem Steel was a feature,
rising 3 ' points. TJ. S. Steel's ex
treme gain was 4 points, but this
was cut to 2 3-8 in the profit-taking:
which shaded most prices at
the dose, American Telephone re
duced a 3 point rise to 2 3-8
and American Can yielded part
of a similar extreme gain. Coca
Cola, Allied Chemical, Ingersoll
Rand, Electric Auto-Lite, . Union
Pacific and Du Pont were up 3 to
4. while Atchison's gain was 5.
Numerous rails Joined a wide as
sortment, on industrials and util
ities in advances of a point o r
two.,; . .('
Foreign exchanges moved nar
rowly. Sterling eased three-quarters
of a cent to 13.80 and
Shanghai was somewhat heavy.
French francs steadied. Mexican
dollars again advanced.
TOP SCORE BUTTED
PORTLAND. Nov. 7 (AP)
There was no change in the butter
market situation today. Prices on
both the produce exchange and on
the open, market were considered
stationary for cubes during the
However there was no denial of
the fact that a fairly considerable
volume of 32 score is going beg
ging on account of the laek of
desire to take hold at the price
quoted. Some' movement ' toward
California baa ' therefore been
forced. This actually means that
extras are down in price.
Local supplies of butter have
not been so liberal during the last
week or so but despite tjsls ac
cumulation of top scores is re
flected. The shortage applies not
only to the Portland manufacture
but receipts fr6m the country.
. Market for eggs was generally
without change for the weekend
with erratic values ruling; Really
fresh eggs are being Quoted un
changed by the Pacific Co-ops but
some organisations are reported
underselling with storage eggs as
fresh goods. .
,f Texas, a three-touchdown fa
vorite ever Rice Institute, never
penetrated Rice's. 2 0-yard line in
losing, 7 to 0. V
' t s J sow ese Kc. Mti.4
. MAO Arloa Trie. NEC.
S ajneriesn Lslea. '
. 10:e Sentinel eT Republic, NBC.
" 10:15 Walter Daarosch, XBC.
, 1I-.0O Society et Fantst.
v 1I:IS Sander Bright 8poL NBC.
11:94 Dr. Poling. NBC.
, 1) ; Dri Cadmaa. SBC.
, 8 :0O Vesper service, NBC. '
,0:15 Alauai ef Mnsie, SBC.
1: Bet Parker, NB.C - -;
" 19:35 Fee4 Barean.
XOXX S4 Xc-PorUaa4:
, "Qnaker Meetiag.','
! :8e-rMt freaa London. England
1H)0 Onartet and chert.
" ll.-OO JJonarside Congregational Church,
' .al.-ea tlyaneonyr eoacert, CKS.
v jl:l5 8uadar .aBelodi,., -.j
GOES BUG NOW
c . 4ohBson- asasacal honr.
-Of World Basin CBS.- -tU
SiOe Piane duo.
"- S:3-Bomajee of the Sea. -
. i :3a Coacer tefehestr. . DLBS. '
t J45 President Beorer' pro gran.
. ' K0 Virt Cbarch ef Christ. Scientist.
-v -V 10:80 Val Valente1 awsie, DLBS.
- II 0 Midnight Meeds. DLBS.
: i " nx use Ponusd
' i ;$K)0 A'eepolitan day. SBC. . v
'8:80 Morning MnsieaL-NBC '.-
: - IS ;15 Oregon Banshlcr. .
11:80 American Legion. "
. T l:es alon erehestra, - KBC. --
i:w Bear lsn.- ABC .. ,
sSritO Twilight hear, KBC. '
; S :00 Catholic hear. SBC. V
' 4:00 th Maker, NBC. ."
, d:30 Radio Oeapel Bandar school.
t i S :0 Unemployment prograns. XBC.
, 8:00 Danjiki' Imperial orchestra.
- 18:00 Impression Anterican wasteland.
11:00 Midnight Melodic,- KBC.
'v -"'V-w Meadar
. - :. xoao se Kc. CeTTaia.
" 3:00 flood awing- Meditation.
V- - . 10:00 Home 'Economies bserrcr.
' '" H:00 Farns hear.- -
t SToe Hememaker hear. '
i :55 Market Teport,a-V;, w -i;-;
" . 8:30 Farm hear. -. j
- T:30-rd-H else woetlng'. -.-'
xaw- L-rortini t" '-
' , - V :00 Deeetienal.' ? -
' '; :45 Van- anet StoXXiCL ?Z: - '
.- - r 8 :10 Cooking aeheeL.-'.- i -i'y-10:30
Womaai sagini iKBC. f
ii:so Trad Ulaiers. 5- - t
18:00 Society f TerU.:-
. l:l$ Famt and horn hour. ': ..
5 :00 Kational Education Pregrsni.
; - t ;30 Real Peftf. .iBC. - . ,
. ;S:00 Anei 's' Andy, KBC. 1,
LETTUCE DEMAND ABOVE SUPPLY
Four Cents a Bushel
Gain is Recorded
Due to Rumors
CHICAGO, Not. 7 -(AP)
Sensational aspects of European
shortage ot grain crops took on
new- scare proportions today, es
pecially as to rye. Prices for that
cereal ran up almost 4 cents a
bushel, excited by reports that
Germany had purchased all the
rye available In European con
tinental grain centers, and also
bought big amounts ot rye from
Canada. Adding to tension re
garding rye was announcement
that rye quotations had soared in
the last week 10 "cents a bushel.
Enormous profit-taking sales
halted runaway upturns in wheat
and other grains -except rye. but
not until corn as . well as wheat
had today again outdone the sea
son's top price record.
Rye closed stalwart, 2 to
3 cents higher than yester
day's finish, wheat unchanged to
4 cent off, corn unchanged to
Today's dosing quotations:
wheat: D ec, 6 5-8 to 4; Mar.,
70 to 70 May, 714-; July,
Corn Doc. 47 to 47 1-8; Mar.,
May, 62 3-8 to :
July. 54 to 54 1-8.
Oats Dec. 28 7-8 to 27: Hay.
29 6-8 to 4; July, 29 7-8.
PORTLAND. Ore- KeT. 7 (AP)
Produce exchange, aot prices. Bottar: ex
tras, 31; standard, 30; priaia firsts. 39;
firsts, 18. Egg: fresh extras, ' 89-81;
fresh medium; 2fl. ' C 1 c
PORTLAND.' Ore- Hot. 7 (AP)
Open Hirh Lev Close
May 76 76. 7Stt 76
Dee. 74 74 74 74
Cash train : Bit Bead bluest .87:
Soft white, wasters white, hard winter,
northern spring, western red .73.
Oats: Me. 3 white f 34.00.
Cora: No. 3 E. T. 328.00.
Millrua standard. $20.50.
PORTLAND. Ore Not. 7 (AP)
Batter: prints, 93 score or better, 32
Errs: Paelie poaltry producers' sell
ing prices: fresh extras, 29e; standard.
37e; mediants, 3e; pallets, 19c.
Milk: con tr set price, grade B.
$3.17 He. Portland delivery and inspec
tion, Dairy ee-operatiTa act pool price
to producers, $1.96.
Country meats: selling price to retail
er: coon try killed hog, best batchers
under 100 lb 7-7He; vealer. 90 to
120 lbs., 6-1 Oc; spring lambs, 10-lle;
heary ewes, 4-5 : canner eows. 3e: bolls.
Jlohair: aoauaal, baying pnee, 1931
Up kg hair, 10c: kidU. 15 lb.
Knts: Oregon wetant. 18-35c: nea-
aats, 12e lb.: Braxils. 12-lc: Almonds.
15-1 fte; niberts, 20 22c; pecans, 30e lb.
Caseara bark: baying price. 1931
peel, 3e lb. -
Hop: nominal, 1929. crop. 8-10c;
1930. 13; 1931. 13-11 fb.
Butterfat: direct to shippers, track.
29c. Station No. 1. 18 29e. Portland de
livery prices: botttrfst, sour,' 31c;
Lire penKry : Bet bvying price: heavy
haaa. colored, 4 lb, np, IB 20c lb.; do
ttcdiatn. 17e; light. 14 lb.; broilers,
aader lb. 18e: ever 114. lbs.. 18e:
colored roasters, ever 3 lbs., 18c; old
rooster. Se; docks. Pekia. lflc
Onion: Miliar vrie to retailer: Ta-
fkima Globe. $1.79; Oregon. $3.
potatoes: local. lHe lb.; Deschates.
31.10-U5; eastern Washingtoa, 50e-$l.
Wool: 1931 erea. nominal. Wlllam.
etU ralley. 1315; eastera Oregon. 11.
iae ponno. Jl, . :
Hay:, baying price from prodacer: al
faUa, $13.75-14.25; clover, $10.12; Wil
lamette valley timothy $15; eastera Ore
tea timothy, $19.50; oats snd vetch. $12-
Dressed poaltnr: seHinr nrica ta re
tailers: tnrkeys: ben. 25'rJ8e; yenng
tarns, 30 3le; old tomt, 28e lb. .
PORTLAND. - Ore Nov. 7 API-
Oranges: California Valenelas, 94-5.50.
Orapefrmt: Texas. $4.00-4.75; California.
$3.75; Florida, 4.75 5; Limes: 5 desen
cartons. $3.13. Banana: 5-5e lb.
Lemons: California. $7-8 ease. Huckleber
ries:, Paget Sound, -e pound.
uaaanaa: uiuaro, 3-7 He lb. Ice cream
melon: northwest, le lb: Cr.n.. Ta.
ksrs, $1.85; whit Malaga. $1.50; Ri-
otera, er.oa; emperor, i. ja. rescues:
The Dalle. 50-65. Pears: Anion. 5(V-ll
box. Gronad cherries: 9-11 lb. Cran
Cabbages leeal, new, Xe lb. Potatoes:
Wwat, 1H lbs.; Deschutes, 1.1(M.25:
eastern Washington. 50e-$l. Oain:
setting price te retailer: Cakima Globes,
$1.75; Oregon, $2. Caenmbers: field
grown, 0-80e bos; hothonte, 40 90e
dosen. Spinach: local. 55-60e.
Celery:- local, SO-75e dosen; hearts.
$1.25. Mushrooms: hothouse, 60-73 r lb
Peppers: bell, green. 30-40e box. Sweet
poutees: new California. 3e lb. Canli
f lower, northwest. 50-75o crate.
Beans! local, -7e lb. Tomatoes: lo
cal, 30-40e box; California, $1.90-2 rag
repacked. Corn: local. $1 sack. Let tore:
local. $1-1.85; Pasee. S1.65-1.7S erate.
Danish eaash: 1 to lie. Artichokes:
California, 85e.$1.15 dozen.
si services ':- for Mrs. Hulda Cas
well, v old-time resident Of Wood
burn, will be held in the chapel of
Hall's Mortnary Sunday afternoon
at 2 o'clock with ,Hev Glenn S.
Harton of the Woodborn Metho- .
tSSSSSiJOOrtS AND CASPER
have Jiot - been made, the ;. Inter
ment will , probably be - held
Belle Psfssl cemetery t south
wood barn. - . ... .
i. IMrJC Caswell, who' was affec
tionately tnown as "Aunt." was
89 years old. Recently she had
been living with a niece In Eu
gene.' where she died Wednesday
night. For many years Mrs. Cas
well lived on south Front street.
It has been requested that
members of the Rebekah lodge
put on work at the graveside. -
.SILVERTON, Nov.. 7 H. C.
LOPS, president of the Warehouse
ossoelationA and Edwin J Burns.
vice president, both ot- Portland.
and nr. and Mrs. Bert GustafsOn
of Seattle were all -guests r Mr
ana --Airs:., ueorge r isreaison ; this
week. Mr.- ahd - Mrs. GufsUfson
were -on 'tnelt jtaito California 1
for S visit; v. Ur. larealsaB la jbsd.
ABROAD AIDS BOOM
Salem Llarkets :
Grade & rw 4 Uk,l
eo-op pool price flO per
tivuidred. .- ' .
FactoiT mllk, fl.44. - i
Batterfai, sweet, S2e.
-j Butterfat, sour SOc
raurr aid tzqxtabxbs
Price paid to growers by Salens bayeia.
' '. " "; JTOTmbT T :
Celery, dos. ; .50 t CO
Radish ea. do.
Oaioas, dos i
JO to 90
Cocnmbers, do. .
.75 ta 1.00
Oreea Pepper, lag
OKAXH AJTD HAl
WbeaC western red . . 8
White, ba. . ;
Barley, tea J-JJ
One, tea . . , . I-
Ha vt baring prieea-
Oata and vetch, ten
Alfalfa, valley, iad cutting 14.00
Eastern Oregon JJ-00
05 to .OS
01 ta .03
.04 to .05
Hog, firit cat
Dressed veal .
Peppermint Oil. lb
.80 to 1.00
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Prices .Held . at .Upper
- ' PORTLAND, Nor. T (AP)
Demand for Dalles lettuce was
far In excess of the supply. Week
end trading was therefore of not
only firm' character nut , price
were held taut at the - extreme
point on. the East 81de Farmers'
Wholesale market. For 2's, 11.25
was cenerlly 1 obtainable. Local
stock was scarce and sold around
C5-7SC. V -
Apples sold steady with a range
of 3S-60e box' for Jumbles. '
: Winter nellls pears moved
fairly well $1 for face and fUL
Cauliflower was mostly 25-t5e
crate tor B's but some business
was again shown 20c crate.
Cabbage was fairly steady 5
70c crate with sacks around 50
Brussel sprouts sold slowly up
to 81 box.
All root vegetables were un
FOB MISSIOn MEET
A program of boys club work
this week was .set up by a group
of Jason Lee Methodist church
men. The plan, which will be
conducted In cooperation with the
T. M. C A. under the direction ot
Kenneth Fleming, will include
the following clubs: two Friendly
Indian, one Pioneer, and two
Comrades. The club memberships
range In age from the 10-year-old
Indians to the 18 to 17-year-old
Plans were also made for the
church father and son banquet
which will be held next week.
Men present were: Rer. Hugh
B. Fouke, Jr., the pastor; Luther
Cook, William Hesseman, Millard
Doughton, Paul Deuber, Dwlght
Lear, H. J. Smith, Herman Raffs,
Raymond Miller and Alfred Chrls-tlanson.
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Mr PtOPU ftftt SO OOMB
THEV UOOKT KHOW THE
A BETTtR JOB 0? PRHTN6
TrtfSN OUR MINT 00- m
LOOK THE PCTtfRE OPMC-
S r USliTUIlllRI FKi T
Same Symptoms : Fcrmcriy
Thought Merely those
Of Common Coid
"81nus trouble- is a Tory ld
disease that attraeU widespread
interests because of its new name
and new' methods ot treatment
If any. years age the ache or pain
In the forehead and cheeks was
considered one-ef the distressing
symptoms of a "common cold.
Today , these same symptoms are
called "sinus troubles." Annually
at this season ot the year, changes
In climate sen to be conducive
to the disease among many, Ore
"Presumably, statistics com
piled on the number ot cases of
sinusitis for the past ten years
would show an enormous increase
over those of previous decades,"
declares theMedlcal-Dental Head
quarters of the Polk-Marion-Yamhill
Medical and Dental society in
a recent bulletin. "Two reasons
account for this; first, the more
careful recording and reporting ot
morbid conditions; second, the
fact that unquestionably sinusitis
Is correctly diagnosed many mere
times than was true even a short
time ago. Two important aids in
diagnosing this condition, the x
ray and trans-illumination, are
comparatively recent, more recent
still is the great advance In their
"Sinusitis Is usually due to in
fection, directly from the ordin
ary cold, or from secondary in
fection of accumulations ot mu
cous in the various sinuses. Two
sets of sinuses are most common
ly affected; the frontal, lying di
rectly behind the eye-brows,, and
the maxillary, which are. In the1
cheek bones. If the 'drainage
channels become blocked from
congested mueous membrane In
the nose, enlarged turbinate
bones, or the middle partition of
the nose, the mucous is retained
in the sinuses and may easily be
come infected from the nasal bac
teria. At times, headache and eye
disturbances simulating true sin
usitis may be due to pressure from
"In the alternating hot and cold
climate of the greater part of the
t' A -Time for
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Put gold OR
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United States, cold tare prevalent.
Large numbers of Individuals
hare faulty nares structurally; for
example, high nasal floors, deviat
ed septa, spurs, and enlarged tur
binates, account for many- oases
ot sinusitis. Theoretically sinusi
tis mlght.be arolded if all colds
wore prevented and all nasal pass
ages tree and unobstructed. Prac
tically, that is obviously impossi
ble, so that, in. a certain percent
age of Individuals at least, some
sinusitis occurs. Much may be
done 'to prevent sinus complica
tion after a cold has started."
462 Bales Hops
Sales in Week
Reflecting a continued slow do
mestic demand and inquiry. Pacif
ic coast hop1, markets were very
quiet during- the week, according
to the Weekly Hop Market Re
view of TJ. S- bureau of agricul
tural economical The market tone
was comparatively steady, howev
er, despite the limited trading,
largely as the result of a firm
holding tendency by most growers,
and prices held practically un
changed from those of a week
In Oregon markets, 300 bales of
medium clusters sold at 13 He
pound, net to grower, 100 bales
a Good Reference"
BUT" THEV COULOMT BE
V AMY MtCEe IF THE WA5
I r : zl but; pop! oowT fioes evw s, ot&te nfvl l n- . 1
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ME THE COUKTtRFtrr CHtSCU ME f Q
MWJLWGSOt? PE201U TO OUT OF T J I CHVtL
P6201ES YOUPOPtVEy vv-- yn.i I
THEVLL LST MC A PUSUC
I .YbO WERE
FOOLISH TO EVCd
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v x. v awvar ar a -v a 1 1 it i r ear r . j- - m w - r 9-
ar ! . : a, x a v a - 3-" m " a a 1
pietmnd. Umrrrut mU t
commons at 13c, and 2 bale
prime toggles at 12c. these sales
comprising total transactions tor
the week In Oregon, according to
trade reports. Washingtoa hop
markets were Inactive, with ' no
transactions during the . week in
either the Yakima r Puyallup
districts. Trading in California
hop markets was largely at a
Hearing of Morrow
Divorce Suit Will
Be Resumed Today
DALLAS, Nov. 7. The con
tested divorce case involving W.
0- Morrow and Mrs. Morrow was
continued over until Saturday by
Judge Arlle O. Walker. The hear
ing was ii,jprogies8 over Tues-,
day mnd Wednesday and was not
completed when court adjourned
Wednesday. Judge 'Walker will
return from MeMinnville Satur
day to continue the ease.
The date for the Wlnsiow-Du-Ianey
ease has not been settled.
The attorneys for Mrs. Dulaney
filed a motion of protest against
Judge Bagley of Hlllsboro last
week and no action has Wen tak
en to appoint another Judge to
try the case. Plaintiff is sueing
Mrs. Dulaney for an alleged
breach of contract.
IT MUST BE NICE IK1
LATER YHAP3 TO LOOK
BACK AN17 RCMtNlSCe.
ABOUT OLD TlMC2 J -
tha-ts vmy SVEOY
AlW. SHOULD KEEP A
RECORD OP ALL. HER.
eo 9Ha WONpT
THEM. . "
- - -SBBk,
I - - J
BROCK GETS VIEW "
mi i couiseh
Tire man ;VIns Trip to
' Akron : to' Goodyear :
- " Plant
Harland Brock Of the 'Frank
DooUtUe Master Service station.
loeal-Goodyear dealer has return
ed from a visit in Akron, Ohio
the guest ef the Goodyear Tire A
Rupbber Co. as a reward for be
ing a winner In the third annual
Zeppelin sales race for dealers in
this district.. . 1
I "More than 300 Goodyear deal
ers from all parts of the country
who had made the highest per
centage ot sales to quota In their
districts were en hand at Akron
to participate in the two-day fro
lic" said" Mr. Brock. 'Sports
programs, theatre parties,
speeches, banquets end sightsee
ing tours kept us on the move
most of the time, but we bad
enough -spare time to meet with
dealers from all points of the
compass as well as officials of the
company. " - .
."One : of the .most. Interesting
features of the holiday." declared
Mr. Brock, "was our visit to the
Ooodyear-Zeppelln air dock where
ire saw the Navy's new air cruis
er, U. 8. S- Akron as she rests on
her mooring mast awaiting trial
flights. Aside from being the most
outstanding airship the world has
ever seen, the Akron is truly a
thing of real beauty.' The ship is
to well proportioned that one
can't realise that it is 78S feet
long and has a gas capacity of .
500.000 cubic feet.
"As si special courtesy," Mr.
Brock: continued, "the company
gave each of us a beautiful eav
Urged picture of the TJ. 8. S. Akv
ron 'showing the ship being towed
out 'of the dock on the mobile
mooring mast. The picture is
framed in duralumin' the light,
tough metal used throughout the
ship's framework as well as in
much of the equipment. Natural
ly," concluded Mr. Brock. "It is
something I am quite" proud to
show my friends."
"Baby" automobiles among;
new British models include three
makes with engines ef less than
1 0 horsepower.
By WALT DISNEY
in ifmjf rr .to nsra.-
SrV OO I EVER CHtSEL
rVATOHE ? TtU THEMW,
By; JIMMY, MURPHY
I TONTT HAVE -TO KEEP A '
RECORD OP TMS UTTLE.
ru. NEVER RXLfiT"
kora rr Tuekit
r7ft,y X J I V
. a. ,: i - ... si .
tl;Z0 Breed way flayers.
ragr or tn local irarehcraiaiit.
rineneea: netasee. ttOiZ.--
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