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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salea. 'Oregon. Tuesdar Morning. froTeiaber 10, 1931 ?-J
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eiiLis keep eoii :e
hi stock rue
Gains of 1 to 6 Points are
Registered but Close
"Shortens Thorn '
By JOHN I. COOLBT
NEW YORK. Not. 9 (AP)
Balls kept the bait rolling in the
financial markets today. Gains
were pared ; by profit-taking
wheat lost its rise under late real
1 tsfng -bnt the speculative mood
farored higher prices and at their
best levels commodities and secar-
ftles stood well above Saturday's
I At the'-top stocks showed gains
of 1 to C points, generally speak
ing, although this range had been
shortened by the close. Bonds,
United States goreraments ex
cepted, improved, especially the
rails. Cotton, displayed , surpris
ing unconcern over the new crop
estimate. Bar silver rose to an
other new high while speculation
was Urely In futures."
' It was an actlre session and
transaction, were just over the
three million share mark, totaling
3 ,9 7 0,3 SI. The average rise was
slightly more than a point.
Steel Stocks Opes
With Strong Tone
Steel stocks began the week
with a strong tone. Trade reports
continue encouraging and; there
Is a willingness to believe that
the Industry saw the worst in
'October and that November will
witness an Increase in operations.
U. S. Steel rose 2 and fell back
a point from 1 he top. Tounge
tewn gained 2 and Republic and
Bethlehem one each net.
Principal metal stocks closed
1 to 2 points higher and foods
generally showed to similar ad
vantage. American Telephone
retained about half L a 2 f-S ad
vance, while American Water
Works halved a 4 point rise. Sears
Roebnck and - Montgomery Ward
eased; so did Case,. Radio and
Western Union. '
In the rails. Union Pacific ad
vanced nearly t and closed 2 4
higher. Southern and Canadian
Pacific were up more than a point.
Foreign exchanges tended to
favor the dollar coincident with
a net gain of $2,783,090 In our
geld stocks, although quotations
firmed in the later dealings.
Sterling dropped more than 3
cents but recovered most of the
loss. French Francs were steady.
IS STILL STRONG
PORTLAND. Nov. t (AP)
Demand for Dalles' head lettuce
continued the dominating feature
during today's session of the East
Side Farmers market. Offerings
were of fair volume and Quality
was good. Sales were around $1
tor 2s and t.t tor Js and s.
Local stocks mostly ?Sc crate.
Winter Nellls pears were down
to T5e box for face and fill.
Hood river Spitcenberg apples
were fOe box for face and fill.
Other pples SI to 60c
Tomatoes sold 30 to 75c box,
the latter in a very limited way
for selected stock. -
i Cauliflower was but a trifle
better at 20-3 Se crate mostly. A
few lots told 25c
Green broceoll remains around
Pickling cucumbers were, 45
SOe box while hothouse sold 50 to
75c dos. Some English type at the
- Hothouse tomatoes were $2.50
for fancy and $2.25 for standard.
Danish squash was. generally
Cabbage sold 7 0-7 5c for crates
generally; a few 5e. Sacks
around a half dollar.
Hah bard squash was in fair call
at l4o lb.
Potatoes were without change.
lit" CHARGE DRIVE
MONMOUTH The Rural Life
dub of the Oregon Normal school
will have charge again this year
of the Ideal membership drive for
the Red Cross. Headquarters are
la the office of Miss Laura J
Taylor, Chairman of the local
committee, at the Normal school.
This year commemorates the fif
tieth anniversary of the establish
meat - of the , organization on a
national basts. .
1 NO SMOKING
anustat throw atons hut then'
Jwhe resUe m crass houses eamt
Jbo too carelnl about lixAtinx
matches. : Hero'f Ady Gserlch,
!&3-rear-eli rittaSwrrJier. Vaexixrf
foul of the rrasa hut which he built
ww J . . a a w-e-rv a
ta anelter HUnseu uia vy inter.
Adr. who has vaialy soosht work.
"has- joined a colony of othe raat
LOCAL PRODUCE K HURT BY RAIN
EOTftAEGGS AlWdl OTO CENTS
Steady Prices ; Quoted
Here Except , Hogs, i
D6wn 10 Cents
If Menday morning's condition
forecasts the week, little activity
In markets will be recorded in the
next five days. 'All markets re
mained as at the dose: last week,
except hogs, which dropped 1 10
cents on the hundred to a top of
The heavy rains and possible
frost wiH make shorter work of
strictly local produce, produce -so
far as are concerned . vegetables
and It will probably not be long
before buyers must depend upon
outside sources altogether. ,-'
- PORTLAND. Ore, Ker. 0 (AP)
extras. Si; ataadare. SO; prim firsts.
liniii i(. a-sas. ttvu wuii,
frek mediam. SS.
PO&TLAKD. Ore, Kot.
!. , 74 7
Cuk mi: bir Bead Uneaten 87;
oft wait, westera wait. 4 winter,
aerskmm spring, waster red 72.
Oaies Ha. while $24.50.
. Cera: He. t IT. S2S.OO.
Miilraa ateadard f 20.50.
Portland . Livestock
FOSTX.AAD. Ora-vKav. (AP)
Cattle. 1100; calves. 0; steady.
Klawn- SOe-Oe ISa. sood. 6J0 .Tl:
mediwa. C75-0: cmbm, S.00-4.75;
SOO-1100 laa coed. S.O-.75; aaadiam,
4.75-JM)i conaaa. . SO-4.7 5; 1100-1300
laa.. ao4. S.TS-S.50: mtHtum. J.7S-3.73;
keHera. tS- taa., aod. S.00-5.50;
nediM. .00-4.50: eftanaau 1.00-4.00:
nvt, Sa4. 4.00-4.59; coaaoi and aaa
diam. Z.VS-.oe; tow cutter aad cutter,
LOO-t.Ti; fenila, yearliaca esetaded,
feed aad elieiea. keet. 8.0O-S.50; catter,
ceaiBMMi aad aMdiaa. S.OO-S.OO; vealera,
milk Cad, goo aad choice, 7.OO-S.00; aia
diam. 2.0e-S.: memien. milk fpd.' rood
and choice, 7.O0-8.00; medium, 5.50
7 .00; cntt aad commoa. S.50-6.50; calrea,
230 500 Fta.. N aad choice. 5.50-5.75;
coaBM and Quay S. 595.50.
Uacv 3K ;teaJy to weaker aad
Usat liati. 140-1M Iba.. rood aad
ckeica. 4.&S-5.2J; hjatwrlxhtt, io-180
lea.. Md aad chaiee, 5.15-5.25; 180
SOO Iba.. ed aad rtoiea, 6.15 5.25:
ediom weirfct, 200-260 Iba, food aad
eheice. 4.e-.25; 320-tSO lbs., coed
230 290- fb, ceod and choice. 4.25-4.S5;
29O-S50 let eod and eke ice. 4.00
4.75: nckmc aows. 275-500 lbi., mediant
aad feed. S.60-4.50; feeder aad ctoeker
aiffa. 70-ISO 1M., fooa ana coeice, e.uv
5.00. gbeea: 2500: iacludiaf 5 IS tDrongn;
ttcadr. . -
Uabi. BO ie., rtowo, fooo ua
cheice. 5.00-5.50; medium. 1.75-5.25; all
weifME. cemiaea. .w-.lo; Tearuna;
wetaevw. 00-1 14 medium te caeice,
1.7S-S.00: 120-150 lb medinm te
eaeiaa, 130-1.T5; all weiftiU, call aad
PORTLAND. Ore.. Hoe. 0 (AP)
Batter: print. SS score or better, S2-34e;
stsadaede, S1-S3 cartaa.
East Pacific panltrr producer' selliag
prices; freak extras. Sle; standards, 28e;
medians. 8S: aoHets. le.
Uilk: eeatraH prices. frsde B.
$J.1T. Portland deKrery aad laspee-
tlea. . ... . . -
Ceaatrr meats: seinos price w
w . a tea. a - L.ai WalaVjeitaSOai
era: eaaatry suiea ik. .1
aader 100 lbs, 1-7e: ...
120 lbs.. S-lOs: spnac wmoa.
heary ewes, 4-5e; eanaer cows, e,
lurfle. 5e. . . . , urn
Koitair: sveminai. oajinf yn -
dim lM(Wr. lee; w is.
Nat, : orecea wih. 'v. ,
aSeadTlS-iae; lilVerts. S0-22e; pe-
ceas. tOe la. .
CaetmS'aark: borins prices.
tamlasl. 192S crop.
.tteeVe.V 4reet te sblpper. trsek,
Satiea Ie. 1. 2S-2- Fertlaaa
Imttv: aatterf.t. nt. SI 2e;
alley. IS 15e: eastera Oregon.
9n5: MrS arlce frem OV:j
flfa. 1S.VS-14.1S: elee. SIO-H; WU
tof'nno th-etay. SIS; Orj
?5rimehy. S1S.5S; aets aad reUh.
POBTLANB. Ore ev. frr
OraaVaa: Calilarala V.leias :
5rT(r.it Texas. f4; Oaliferalj
nnrlda. Si. 50 case. Leasoaa: Caniorala,
till. Baaaaaa: 6-1 He
ri: Paget Swiad. 4 Se psaad. Csssbae.
2 tl : wblt. M.US".
SljSj BlWera. Sl Impjrer.
rieet S lb. ZU . -
Oabaage; local, aew. le . rlatee:
elllag price ta rers r Tsklma Ole
tt-TS- Oregeav-fS- Cneamaara. iiem
lwm SO-SOeWa: batbeaaa,! 40-SOa dee.
jrrt SSeai et-SOe- ! Celeryt
esl. IMS daiea; hearta. Jw.
itnaWcs.ma: aathaeaa. A- .?
pars: BeM. greaa. : S0-40c hes: rare
a. Bwaet aeUtaes: aew -'r
1,-U tb. CaaUTiower: mr
75i er Baaa.: leeaU a-7 Ik. leas.
teaat loeat. S-0 fcax: Canfarala. !.-
il.?Sj ' rea. . 4
8& S1.1S desea.
aaaaar. av. It
k XOAO SoO Ks ComBlS
VtA-Oaad meraUc madiUmiema.
1:0 Hams Koeaemlos Obserrer. '
1BKO aram aear. . - t
;I S gamsmalrar hoas, - i . .-,
:S Market raaarta.
SiliO Tarn aeas.
titO MaeUala. . J -
T il Meeattea week Oreaxam.
Tint Westera skate, teas revert,
TldS Oa atata. . -
iWi'wm-n ai--Yatfiaaa --
tO 4evetieal. :
t:4S Taa aa4 taa, na v.. - ,
;I0 Oeektar ackeat -
10 ISO Oetet Haraseay talk. 1TB0.
10:aremaa' alafaelae, XBX
11 iSOWaMa Hayaf.
1 1 :4I tVtaaesa Otolakr. -
II ilS Pans aa Beam Bear, HBO.
S:1S Osgaaw - -
;4 sfatH, Or. PeylU.
SH Ames Aady. p;;"",.,
ik.C A.. SmmV Wi ' - "
; Grade fL- raw
co-op pool price 91-00 per
Hundred. . ....... .. -
, ".; Factory milk, 91.40.
Butterft, sweet, ZZc
Batterfat, soar SOc
rnXTTT ASTD YXOSTAS&ZS
Price paid t grewers by Salem bajere.
Celery, dot. ,, .. ,. 80 to 60
Oaioaa. doi .
Onieat, tack -
Carrot ,., , ....
Caaliflower, crate .
TnrBiaa. dox. -i. .
Graen Peppers, Ing
zo t so
-75 to l.OO
OKAIS AJSB HAT
Wheat, westera red
Oata aad retch, toa
A Italia, valley, lad cattiaf
. 05 to .OS
01 to .OS
Dressed veal .
Peppermmt Oil. lb
S0 to l M
THIMBLE THEATREtarring Popeye
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ME FREH4TVA WHG. 4
y TRV IN TO CHISEL IPf
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LITTLE ANNIE ROONEV
ar . . ir. -ay aw w m ' r i m w,' mm imrnr i - -aa. a. w ;-m a r
JPOTS AND CASPER
LET MSrTAKB -:
A PEEK AT WHAT
H HAVEHT ANY
9 rfJt. U rta
Cheese Weak Over big
- Area; Butter Dull
, In top1 Graclea-
PORTLAND, Ore., Nov. I
(AP) An advance of two cents
In the price of extra eggs and one
cent in standards was In effect,
today. The new price ot extras
is 31c and standards IS.
Considerable weakness Is felt
generally In the market for eheese
throughout the country. As dur
ing previous weeks, , the chief
sanxee ot the depression appeared
la Wisconsin territory, where ef
forts had been made by specula
tive interests to boost values in
face of an undertone that was not
hopeful. While there was no re
cent change In the price of cheese
resorted bv Tillamook, eastern
and Idaho offerings are Teperted,
generally as at shaded values.
Last week's receipts or cneese at
Portland were fractionally less
than during the previous week. .
There was acain a fairly steaay
tone generally in the market for
butter altnoug top scores oara
. a A . A. t 4.
were inennea w preww
dull and hard to more. Buitenat
is unchanged. ;
Out of a dime a hundred pounas
in the price of sugar is announced
here, effective Tuesaay. me now
refinery price If 14.50 r cane
and $4. 4 for beet
There was no cnange m ma
week's openlnc price on country
killed meaU as a rule. Veal and
hogs are Just folding while de
mand for bun beef and for lambs
ell PRICES UP
CHICAGO, Nov. (AP) Un
.n.flraiii nm arm reaching tnO
mi nit a that Janan and China
ats at war sent grain prices
spinning upward today above any
point this year. Tne new nw,
however, except for ry 0mU
tailed to hold in the face ot aug
mented selling at tne last.
DO 1 LOOK UKt f CWSeLtR?
OOJ? OO If DQt?
AT THy i
b &TB1CTLV 1
- 3w- rr-pr
Maximum fresh advances In
4 price, attained la excited buying
and simultaneous with a . report
printed on market tickers that
one Chinee general. had. formal
ly declared war on Japan, swept
wheat to 14 cents above recent
low levels and rye up to as much
as 14 eenta gain.,.-;.
- Wheat closed flurried, m ir
ehanged to cent lower than
Saturday's finish, corn unchanged
to 5-1 oft, oats 7-8-1 1-1 p, rye
1 1-t-l cents advanced. '
Today's closing quotations i
Wheat: Dee., .ilK-ft; Mar.,
.TOVTo 1-t: May, .71 1-s-J-l;
Corn: Dee., .41 T-1-.4T; Mar
May, .61 1-8-1-4;
Oats: Dee., .18; May, .19 5-8-f4;
Jaly, .89 7-8.
FALLS C1TT, Nov. The P.
T. A. sponsored a porgram Satur
day night in the Victory hall for
benefit of the soup kitchen of
the grade school. .
Rev. McDonald and wife were
In Salem Thursday and Friday.
He gave a lecture on their trip
tnreuga the Holy land, at the
Pree Methodist; missionary con
vention In Salem.
The Christian Endeavor soci
ety had a social, in the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Russell.
Qulya Lewis was elected nnam-
lousfy as toekeut chairman.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L Emm have
moved to Palls City. They were
formally living in Dallas, Where
Mr. Emra was a butcher In the
Ilsh Cash store.
Hubbard Hill Slaih
WACONDA. Nov. 9 r Slashing
brush at Hubbard HHI on the
Wheatland Perry road' is under
way with Robert Cole of Mission
Bottom In Charge.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Russell have
received word of the arrival of
i arranddaughter. born Friday
morning to their son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Russell ot Salem. The baby
weighs 8V4 pounds and her name
Is Charlotte Naaine.
W SIP 1(1
"Glow, Llttl Glovr-Worm, Glitter"
TKfe HO PElOltES FROM wUS
PlLBtU MV COOHTRf rS tM
THla AAOHEf MOST GO IKTO
"A PatkBt Without a Name
A PEW ESCAPED
"It's the Colonel's Tff, at That
CALL iPAM TELL
ROOSEVELT3 SON AHD FIACEg
-ft 1 I,
Elliott Roosevelt, second son of the Governor of New York, and Elua
betiB Browning Donner, of Philadelphia, face the camera together for
the first time as the news of their engagement is made known. The
formal announcement was made at the home of the bride-to-be at
Philadelphia, where this charming picture was made. The couple met
six months ago. No date has been set for the wedding.
OF IB HOUSE
8WEOLB, Nov. 9 Bather
Dalke of Aberdeen, Idaho has
been visiting at her uncles. Men
no and Theodore Dalke.
. Miss Lana Siebens took the of
ficers of the primary student body
through the Ladd and Bush bank
Saturday. It was a very interest
ing trip for the children who were
especially delighted with the
vaults. They were allowed to hold
Bitty KropeUn deposited f 1.1
to the school account.
The officers are Billy Krope-
lin, Lorraine Meyers, Carol Sehaf
for and Mary Whitehead.
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. West spent
Sunday afternoon la Scio visiting
TUP KlNC XUVUUSKtrX
IS eWt TO COLLECT aOSCj
you BORROUJ&O Tcr
( SHE'S 6TTLL. Nf HAVETrCVRXiWD) J j NOTA CUJG KiOT EVEM HEC
lv V-t-V2-Ol5?jr- CHILD HECAtSE WOULD BE y-
r FT A LOT .
I f OP WCNEVTO - '
rU 3TAT APIARY?
f lxfrTTtxi .
the- Dietmaa ranch. They reported
a slight snowfall.
Margaret Hemphill ls visiting
her aunt, Mrs. George Beeman.
.The second, third and fourth
grade pupils are working on a
cross country trip for their pro
ject. They will visit all the points
of interest along the way. Some
of the outstanding places will be,
Yellowstone park. Fields museum
la Chicago and the statue of lib
Mr. and Mrs. Al Meyers were
Sunday visitors in ML AngeL
CHEMAWA. Nov. I Quito
few Cbemswa grangers went to
North Howell Friday and Satur
day to visit the fair. lathecont
teats Saturday night Chemawa
came away with two first prizes.
Fred Lobdell won the harmonica
contest and tiny four months old
Dorothy MeCall took first prise
ror being the youngest person
sTl I X
HF rSR. YE.rUHG 6LO10 - PfV. THt TiUO BLUON
PETOTEJEi Ott. L KWCs OF 7jOWUHVrVAOttJL -
.UJfft TOO FROM THE
PONT BS SO
w I I t
j ii r k I -rsv : -a
t si i i " a ti - -i
BMlO fl S
HOLLYWOOD, Nov. I Mrs. 0.
S. Thomas enjoyed a very pleas
ant surprise Thursday when Fred
Bentley of Cambridge, Nebr
made a call. Mr. Bentley was a
Sanday school papil of Mrs.
Thomas soma 49. years ago. A
very pleasant visit ' was had by
theso two old time acquaintance
talking over happenings of days
gone by,- '
Ur. and Mrs. A, E. Miller and
two children of Monitor were
Thursday visitors at the home ot
Mrs. J. Brennen of this district.
Mrs. Miller is a sister ot Mrs.
Brennen.' " '
The regular meeting of the
Merry Minglers was held at the
name ot Mrs. Boyd L. Wilkinson
Thursday afternoon. At the bus
iness meeting Mrs. A. W. Fletch
er resigned as secretary and Mrs.
u. B. Maim appointed succeed
her. It was decided to answer roll
call with a recitation at the next
meeting which will be held at
the homo of Miss OrHe Mitchell
Present were: Mrs. C. C. Col
well. Miss Frc CoIweTL Mrs. A,
W. Fletcher, Miss Orlle Mitchell,
Mrs. H. Jones, Mrs. Ted Leon
hardt. Mrs. A. McCain. Mrs. E. S.
Barker. Mrs. L. B. Malm. Mrs. J.
J. Ackeman and Mrs. Boyd Lv
Grown-ups are Given"
SILYERTON. Nov. t Grown
ups are again going to be given'
an opportunity to go to "eg-'
school at Silverton this winter :
Last year the local Smith-Hughes
department conducted night clas
ses in poultry for adults. This
winter the department, with
Warren Crabtree as leader, will
hold classes In dairying. The
classes will commence the last
of this month o the first of the
next. . .
GUESTS OP CTMMnfGS
CIO VER DALE, Nor. 9 .
Guests at tbe C. Cam stings homo
last week were Mrs. John
Thomas. Harold and Allen Thom
as. Mrs. Anna Madsen and Bev
erly Ann Vadsen. all of Salop.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brown' at
tended a banquet at tho Firs!
Christian church in Salem.
By WALT DISNEY
By JIMMY MURPHY
3gR3 I tr.0t I CANTWASTS
TIMS TALKN A TO A .
DUMMY UWB HtMT00TS. '
WHEN I A3KCO HIM ( - !
IP H3 KNEW WHAT A' ,
PJARY I HS SAID SURE4
I HS SAID A P1ARY IS
A PIACH WITH A LOT
COWS WHERO. MILK
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