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The OREGON
, Salem, Oregon. Thursday Morning, December 1, 1932
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Business
Directory
BATTERY ELECTRICIAN
It O Barton Battsr'es Starter and
generator work. US Cherrvefceta at.
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Telephone W B Northneae.
CHIROPRACTORS
DR. a L. SCOTT, P3C Chiropractor
to N fTWrh T1 Bh 1571
Correspondence Instruction
Intermediate Correspondence Schools,
Business, Com't and Technical coura
as. Boa 146. Salem. C McGlUlvray, vo
rstloaal adviser. -
FLORISTS
CUT flowara, wedding bouquets
funeral wraa'hs, decoration C t.
Brelthaupt florist. 5T Court street
TeL t
ALL kinds of floral work. Lots Flor
lat lth Market Tel 4r
FLOOR CONTRACTING
Olasn Flotr Co Tel HH.
INSURANCE
BECKB A HENDRICKS
ll N Hlrh TeC 4t
LAUNDRIES
TTTB NEW SALEM LAfJNDRT
THE WEIDER LAUNDRT
lit & Blab TeL 1S
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRY
Wa Wash Branrthlns la Lex"
Tlr-hrn 1KB Broadway
LAWN MOWERS
Sharpened and repaired. Also trades
MATTRESSES
Mattresses from factory to homo.
Snrlna- mattress t.00. Renovat
sw aad fumlfatora Capital Bedd'jis
Ct ToL 40s. ioib Norm (japuoi.
New mattress mad to order, eld
mttreaa remada : earnet cleaninc els-
tnz : fluff rua weavlns. Salem Fluff
Rue a Mattress Factory, a Itth
Wilbur. TeL 14 4 L Otto F. Zwlcker.
Tt
MUSIC STORES
OEO. C. WILL Pianos, Phono-
Iftmphs. eewlni machlnea, sheet music.
' and nlana atudlea Racial rlnc ohono-
ah and sewtns machines. 411
frmir 8lr flalrm
MEDICINE
Dr.han Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
HcxjWT Tuea and Sat 3 ta S p.im. 148
V. C immerctaL .
PLUMBING and HEATING
psS
PLOMBINQ and
work. Oraber Bros.
Tel S894
general ret
188 80. Liberty
PRINTING
FOB STATION ERT, cards, pamph
lets, programs, books or any kind of
printing, call The Statesman Print
tng Department 318 a Commercial
VMtinn 911
REAL ESTATE
BESCKK HENDRICKS, Tel. 447.
W. H. ORABENHORST dk CO.
184 a Uberty St TeL $44$.
80COLOFSKT ft SON
304-1 First Nafl Bit. Bldg. TeL 7807
STOVES
STOVES and stove repairing. Stove
for- sale, rebuilt and repaired. Ail
kinds ef woven wire fence, fancy snd
plain, hop basket, hooks, logaa hoelia,
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 383
CHo ktn Tel 4774. R fit Fleming.
TRANSFER
iSS4
CAPITAL CITT Transfer Co.
SUt 8t TeL T778. DUtribuUng. for
wardlaa and etorage ear epoctalry
Gel our ratea.
FOR local or distant tranafer stor
age, esH 8131 Larraer Transfer Co
f pMHia n HrtHin4 (tally.
Turkeys Ignore Rule
Set Down For Lairing
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; ZXXX. Nor, ! Special)
Orejon tnrkevs which are hatched
in Hay a rule do not lay before
; February but Wayna Henry's
; flock at bronse birds are appar
ently not aware et this tact and
;kaTa been laylnj for about
HELP WANTED
WANTED Men and women,- per-
mane at employment. Apply la "person
S. C Lyttoa, 116 Marlon 8C from $
to p. m.' . - -
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
FOR SU.S Olit in l a bOS-
Uc Statesman office.
SALEM Unn Gift tic aad
up.
Greenhauma, 240-24S N. Cem'L
Fertiliser $1.90 per yd. TeL 2S35.
1828 Ford Coupe. Phone 1402.
SbMB fertiliser. Mrs.
Wright, 4H
ml on Wallace road.
BE THRIFTY". Shoo around. It pays.
Tha HnHjrarooa Paraiture Store can
save yea money oa your new ana usea
furniture, range, heater a. etc Terms
caa be arranged. Rum Weodry. auc
tioneer manager. Phone T412 or 2646.
OPKM EVENINGS TILl- 8:20.
Cedar hop pole cut ta suit. Write
Past Still. Eagle Creek. Cnt.
vu vt nni"uxiti -rnrji ilo ryy'i'- 1 i- m
Fr airland nursery, aalea yard east
end Bridge. C rouses river. jn, aw mr
stock- Get prices. A. i. Maims, sa
lens.
Quruirjlr Rubk riaint-
W'llte Rotary sewing machine with
large sewing table, Sxf, lis.
Hstltcher machine. TS.
Q. vaSmb mrwl aa now. S3e.
W..n- Mirk mat. ai:M St. ha not
been worn, cost 8.66; will sell for
IK
W1U accept farm products or wood
as all or part payment "iTe!- 6460.
New Rifts, low prlcea Fred Blatch-
ford's gift ahop, 11 a. Hlga.
W AN T E D Misciillaneous
in in BAftnvuvvwy''' " w
Cash paid for used furniture, stoves.
etc. TeL 353S.
oaaojWsoaVo'aaao
Poultrv wanted. Salem Poultry CO.,
2SS 12. Miller St Phono 87H.
wivrtin rr.vd household furnl
tura. Muat b In aood oDndltlon. ToL
i4SS
Wanted worthless honea Ph. 4SBt.
i t rw ha v Huah Ilarria. Kt 4,
Guns. etc.. old g-old. Jewelry. Condi
tlon no object Name your price. P.EI-
ROOM AND BOARD
Rnard. room. ear. 118. 1040 N. 17 tn.
Board, heated rooms. 12T1 Cheme-
keta.
Room, board, laundry, garage, $20.
Tek 4308.
Board and heated rooms for ladles,
7S7 Center. Tel. 647 B.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Well furnished 2-roora
apartment
2251 Hazel. Tel. 7S84.
Patton apartments downtown. Call
Pat tan's book store.
-.
ivtvfdv court bunealow furnished,
firenlae. hdw. flra. garage, eiec
range, 28. Fnone
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Prvscott ADta. 3 well furnished
fine kitchen, private bath. Garage. $20,
a P bus line. 10S4 oait St.
Modern steam heated apta TeL 8490.
1 rm. neatly turn, apt S5 Center.
iryri.rii'"Ln.'ijtii -
Clear reduced, rurn. ana umum.
Phone 7218.
Furn. spts., $1 mo. 487 Union.
JXU-fMWf,,l' -
Apt.. 81Q-81S.
891 N. ComL St
v,-,r-m s w mod. ant. steam neat.
elec. rans-e. close In. Dial 4448.
FOR RENT HOUSES
J R.. ub. 1 15. A b rams. Mason to bldg.
Attractive bungalow, 250 S. Cottage.
Partly furn. 6 R. house. TeL 4803.
$ R. house. 818. Phone 580.
4 rm modern furn. cottage with
rarare. Close in, adults. Phone 3982.
3 room furnished stucco house,
$16.09. 837 N. Cottage St
Good mod. house cheap. Tel. 5681.
attrartiv 4 room house. 2 bed
rooms, gas range and water heater,
garage. Partly furnisneo, u. .
Nob HllL
. Vti and unfurn. house a R- A.
Port er. 141& N. Cottage. Tel. 8031,
FOR RENT
Large flat for rent 5 rooms, furnace.
hlrwrk ta no st office. Vacant today.
Ptrat floor ADULTS. $25 a month.
Other rentals.
BECKE HENDRICKS
189 North High Street
swWVajasj4AA
Partlv furn. mod. R. house, 1 mile
out Or er loo King saiem. tiaraen, cnica-
en yard, garage. $18. Tel. S97P.
FOR SALE Real Estate
TRADE FOR CITT HOME
10-acrea R. plast house, bath.
barn, 8 poultry houses, prune dryer.
J-A. xuoerts ana s A. prunes, water
system. Trade for city property.
Z 8 -acres. s-R. oouse, targe dairy
hern. 3 alios, modern hog house. 3 8-A.
cult, $ cows, milk route and bottling
outfit Bells milk. Bella pome mil a on
route. Trade for cur home.
I nKKars A ti At-
5 -acres In HoUywood; addition for
$625.00.
19-A. GARDEN KOAJ
Oa Garden road, all cult, fruit ber-
rles, clover. S-R. house, bam, ganage
. n r a An ccc I
J. D. SEARS, Realtor
131 South High Street
Good semi-modern Disstsred res-1
Idence, basement, fireplace, plumbing,
-rooms, two or four lots, fruits, nuts
and berries more than pay taxes,
naved street nice view. House, garage 1
and two lota soxiis eacn.
term a Located at 748 Rural avenue.
phone 8454. -owner.
BARGAIN DAY T6 acres, small tnv
pro vera ts. 40 acres tillable, balance
oak timber, good read. 9 miles Salem,
only 3180.
Holendid a room house, ri replace.
garage, paved street must aelL Only
1200. . . . !
4 room house, garage, large lot.
paved street only $866. Easy term a
MCUIIAJHKIST as rcnninuiun
208-16 U. S. Nat'L Bank Bids.
6 rma. aaatr Leslie Jr. high, furnace.
Will sell furnished er unfurnished at
a banaln orlcai aad terms.
Attractive 4 rm. nouse. wainut ana
fruit trees, tin district, 82560, wants
small acreage close in. will consider
old bulMinga, -
WINNIE PETTYJOHN .
IT-Bouth m. syt. :
. Stocked 'and eauipped farm 46-
acree all river beUoma, fair set of
buildlnga, good cows, team, all ma
chinery aad feed, not far from Salem
on market road. Will talc some trad.
30-acres a real boy for 32766n has
now ff k. houew, earn anA etuckea house.
1-4 rm. tar. apt 1SS5 8tate.
Lovely J room apt, 1580 Center.
Interesting Fagts
22
Shopping Days
Until
Christmas
DECEMBER
frylsMW TTTwBTiti 5 L
TTTTT9
A most beautiful Christmas scene
that you should not miss Is on the
south wall of Miller's store. The
picture, with its coloring makes ons
almost think that It Is re&L Too
should sea It & EL Keith, adver
tising an for Miller's estimated
that more than 3,000 people visited
their store Wednesday.
. O
Tha state capltol building was
built In 1878. Th dome reaches tha
height of 187 feet The sap ma
court building was erected In 1814
snd the state office building m
1927.
O
Be sure to watch for the green
section Friday morning. By making
your purchases from advertisers of
this section yon will find your mon
ey ror household expenses will go
much further,
O
Let us remind you again that this
is National Prune week. Help this
Oregon industry by buying prunes
now.
FOR SALE Real Estate
Up-to-date I rm. horn. Small down
payment, baL like rent Owner, 14SS
N. 18th. Poono 4277.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
HERE is a chance to go where the
sun shines all winter. We want to
move to Oregon at ones and will trade
a S rm. furnished home, business prop
erty, established real estate and insur
ance business, suburban acre, 20 aero
ranch, etc. for similar property in or
near Salem. What have yon? Write
fully first letter. 430 D Street, San
Bernardino, Calif.
IH A., new mod. 5 R. house Silver
ton road. Will accept car, lot or any
thing I can use. Call 1190 a 22nd St
Duplex In Eugene to exchange for
Salem property. Write 344 W. Fifth
Street
Trade 8 R. modern bungalow A-l
shape for 4 or 5 rm. house by owner.
Bx 99, Statesman.
Good house In Salem, 82500: trade
for farm stocked and equipped, and
assume mortgage, taxes and back In
terest H. C. SHIELDS
Real Estate
Oregon Bldg. TeL 8981
FOR SALE FARMS
438 A. 100 tillable. 1 million ft
timber, fenced. 8 room house, barn
80x80, silo, creek, sandy soil, macadam
road, close to schooL 122.58 per A.
Trade for Salem or Portland residence.
II A. itt from Jefferson, fine soil.
fenced, in cultivation, baL timber
and nasture. family orchard, room
house, barn, chicken house, garage,
84750. Trade for larger farm.
MELVIN JOHNSON
g&ljjiAJkSVtrmWmm''Vim saaasasaSisassaaw
TOR SALE OR EXCHANGE!
a as r stock farm In Southern
Oregon, clear. Price $6000. Trade for
Salem property, aaay asaumo amu w
good property.
SEE Art flisasen wiin
rOTT.rs A MILLER
144 State Street Phone STOS
Business Opportunities
tritTBNT FOR SALTS
TTT.i : lnotcui mod fixtures and
mfnmnt. rent reasonauie. t-ricea
r, sii ,
-toit will consider small home er
good car as part.
I'M I 1.1 IN W M LiliFir.
til State Street Phone $70$.
MONEY TO LOAN
tlOB BOO TO LOAN
s,tm hiilnaa nrootrtles. modern
. imnmvad acreage ana xar
properties or mis vicimiy.
rtmr na a. WTT.t.TCR. Mtge. Loans
114 Htata Street Phona $781
XrUTJaj'XrJSasO - aaeaaaaaa aWaaaaaasaaW
DV Tt fl ni A LllANa
as a Ttn Sasm1rTlr,B aT. salaries
or other good security. Repayable
monthly. When tn financial neea see
us before erasing a
GENERAL IN VESTMENT
rnsann iTintJ
r National Bank Bids- Phona till.
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Contracts Refinanced
Arrange to reduce yout paymeats
Ton keep the car
P. A, EIKER
r t jhjirt at. and Ferry
atSma 4733 Salem, Or.
..
'Bells of 110111100
Heard ever KOIN dally
ring emt a loan service that
ts really, really different
TOO GET THIS FULL
AMOUNT OF IAJ
ONLT LAWFUL INTEREST
w 5 DOIV1PT
. rrnURTEOUS SERVICE
nf4 tnivt its to 3300
Beneficial Loan
Society
nt SaJJQf
Boom H New Bllga Bid, fnd Floor
LICENSED BT STATE
lit State St TsL 1-7-4-0
POIXY AND HER
Aopf
a i
MONEY TO LOAN
PERSONAL INSTALLMENT -OANS
STATU LOAN COM.FAISX
til Oregon Building. Snd Floor. ,
Office bra A. M. to f :0 P. M.
Telephone 1783.
8 tat license No.
LOANS WANTED
81SI oa stew home. Will giro first
mortgage as security. Box 87, States-
FOR SALE WOOD
Old fir IS In $4.(8. TeL T80.
Call SasTde tec drr Or. oak. ash
and maple. Reasonable prices. Phone
8789. .
GUA RANT BSD DRT wood eoaJ
reL 8008 Saiaoi Fuel Co. Trade dk
Cottsga,
Dry wood at Tracya Phone 8988.
DRT FIR AND OAK WOOD. ol
and fuel ea Call on us tor prices, Wo
give gooo moarare. good scanty and
gooo a seo.
IJkRMER TRANSFER STORAGE
Teionen si 31
Old fir, 04k. TeL 1749 Ear hart
18-in. old fir. Phone 48CS.
ir old fir. 84.
4' second grotrth.
$3.25. TeL 3837.
IV old fhv $4.25. TeL (4(3.
Good 18" eld fir. TeL 34JJ.
Wood of all kinds, TeL 8933.
Ash, fir and oak, TeL $848.
Dry oak, fir, 35. TeL 8785.
FOR SALE USED CARS
Cloned car, bicycle, 18(0 N. 15th,
SALEM USED CAR CENTER
FORDS
131 Standsrd Couso $250.40
isii Mtanoard coupe
1938 Coach
311.00
895.08
1929 Coach
318.08
325.00
325.00
350.00
196.00
25.00
1931 Sport Roadster
1930 Sport Roadster
1938 Dual 4 speed trunk
1928 4 -speed truck
Pickup runs good .
OTHER MAKES
1930 Chevrolet Coach. 295.08
1928 Chevrolet Panel Delivery 150.00
iszs Buick standard Coupe 255.00
1928 Buick Standard Coupe - 140.00
1927 Star. 8 Sedan . , 100.00
TERMS TRADES
SEE
Charlie or Larry
Phone- 7910 Marlon at Liberty Sta
McKATS USED CARS
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
FORDS
1929 Sport Roadster $145
1929 Fordor Sedan
235
245
245
1930 Sport Roadster
1931 Coupe, low pressure tires
CITEVROLETS
1.28 Coupe
1929 Coupe
1929 Coach
1TB
285
285
325
335
375
435
526
175
1929 Sedan
1930 Coach
1931 DeLuxe
Sport Roadster
1931 Coach
1938 Coupe 4400 miles
1928 Vlelie Sedan
1929 Plymouth Sedan
1928 Graham Truck
250
195
Easy Terms Liberal
Trades
McKAT CHEVROLET CO.
833 Center Phone 3189 438 N. ComT.
HERE'S A BARGAIN
1931 Studebaker Dictator "i" Coupe
that lists for 8576 In Blue Book for
only $425. Come in and see and drive
this car. Tour car as part or all of
the down payment and easy terms oa
the balance.
McKAT CHEVROLET W.
238 Center Phone 8189 430 N. ComT.
AUTOMOBILES
New Eimx Terraplan. Phone 4407.
Stocks and Bonds
HOVE MBEB 30
(Copyright 1033. Standard Btatiatiee Ce.)
sTUva avuaausa
50 30 30 0
lad'ls RB's TJt's Total
Today 40.8 35.1 84.0 5S.
Previoos day si s zo.i sa.v oa.a
Week ace 53.S 38.8 8S.8 S4.S
Tear ago 78.S 88.8 118.1 75.4
8 years age 105. s m.l ltv.a 100.1
High (10334 73.8 88.8 111.0 78.8
Low (1932) 85.1 18.3 51.8 85.0
High (1030) 303.4 14L8 381.8 305.8
Low (1930) 11Z.S SO. 10.0 n.T
BOKO AVEKAOZS
20 30 30
lad'ls RR'S TJt's Total
Today 63.8 80.8 81.3 68.3
Previoos day &2.S ei.B si.s oo.a
W ..k.n SIS 1.1 St. 88.8
Tear ago 71.8 75.1 88.5 78.8
8 years ago va.o loa.v vs. vo.t
Hirh(1983 71.8 78.0 89.8 78.1
Low (1883) 58.3 47.4 TO.t 57.8
High (1830)
04.8 100.8 101.4 101.8
83.8 07.8 08.6 03.8
Low (1930) .
Prune Prices in
England Rising,
Fruit Man Says
Foreign news on the dried prune
Is cabled from England by F. A.
Mots, fruit specialist of tha TJ. S.
department of agriculture, as lol
lows:
"London prunes: California con
tlnues In rood request on spot at
firm quotations, forward market
firm, high prices anticipated. For
ward Quotations now subject to
extra three shillings six pence
duty as agreed at Ottawa. Fair
trad for shipment dona In new
crop. Bosnian and Oregon prunes
at reasonably attractive level.
Former now quoted at slightly
higher figure.
"Liverpool prunes: demand tor
parcel on spot Increasing but of
fers limited, and price steadily
rising. Forward quotations higher
due to adverse exchange. Trade
operating cautiously and tha few
sales reported ara of retail pro
portions only.
PALS
LARGE HDP SALE
t- . :
IS
,U
128 CEUT5
Eugeile Grower Predicts $1
Hops if Proh! Repeal
Goes Through
Sal
of ZOO bales of. hops by
Llvealcy to Seidenbcrg at 18 cents
was mads here yesterday, and was
the only exchange noted, although
talk ot SO-cent options persisted.
So far, growers and dealers here 1
hay been qbJI conaerratlTo In ,
IDEA
3
thelr estimates of tho limit on the I ber corB and oats accounts in ad
hop price. Judging from optimism I Y-nea 0t ejected larsra deliveries
repqrted by the Engeno Register-
uuaro o pe noa oy J. w. oeavwy,
promlftent Eugeno grower. I
Hmwav la nnAtad as sarinar thai I
hops will Jump as high as a dollar
- i
P"a if tepeJ !?5? I
Ml0- ?"A i0!?",!1.6?
inrongn local ana rruoQ uc-
er. largely, and since thojpost-
eiecuon doo siariea virtually no
hops have been released by grow
ers In that sections - -
On. Eugene grower has an
nounced that he will Increase his
acreage by 1' acres, but most ot
the growers there are said to be
contemplating no additional acre
age. FUTURE OF ALFALFA
PREDICTED BETTER
-
CORVALL1S. Not. S0(AP)
A better future for alfalfa seed Is
Indicated In this week's review of
seed markets by the -U. 8. D. A.
bureau ot agricultural economics
cooperating with the O. S. C.ex
tenslon service. Prices have "ad
vanced, gradually but steadily
while (growers continued to sell
freely bo that it is estimated 6S
per cent had passed from grow
ers hands early In November. Last
year only about 45 per cent had
been moved on a corresponding
date.
An advance of 60 cents In al
falfa prices has put quotations
only 49 cents per hundred under a
year a to, though these prices are
far below those of two years ago
before the sudden drop came At
that time they were $7.60 a hun
dred above present quotations.
Imports of alfalfa seed this year
have been light and exports heavy,
as Europe has but a small crop
this year. Quality of the American
crop Is better than expected.
Clover seed continued to move
slowly, though rales of both red
and alflike hav been slightly
greater than a year ago. Prices of
both these kinds declined some
what during tha past week. Tha
red clorer crop la Europe Is larg'
er than last year. i ne aisiga cio-
wmr crnn hrmd la small An tha
tha other hand sa that lmoorts
tne otaer n a ? . 7. -V?
have been made from Canada and
tha United States.
Radio
Program
TBT0S8SAT. DEOEMBEE 1
KOAO CorvaiUa 650 Kc
T: 00 Morning Meditations, led by MUl
Mildred Bartholomew.
8:00 Morains concert.
10:OO Home Economies Observer.
13:00 Tana hoar.
S-.80 Better Health aad Longer Life.
8 :00 Faaeinatioas of a World Tour:
fwe Weeks ea tho Arab la a See
! Mra. Elisabeth Barnea.
1:80 the Heme Gardes.
Reforesting Our Roadsides Mrs.
V. B. Harlow.
8:43 Potted Plants for the House aad
Liriaf Plants for Christmas Girling-
Hsns Niklas.
4:80 Oregon Normal school Stories
for the Children.
T:10 (Keep the Pullets Laying Prof.
A. O. Luaa.
7:80 Hantinr aad riahlag Ceaditioa
La Oregon by the state game
commiaioa.
7:45 Bartow of Kow Books.
6:80 "-University of Oreroa achool of
aaoale; saatlea'e Oeorgo Barren,
ihasae; Harold Ayroa, pisnist.
i KOW Portland 6 20 Xe.
6:00 rMornlng Soashiae.
:14 -Cooking aehool.
:45 Tha Jordans.
10:00 Woman 'a Magasiaa of the Air.
11:00 Staadard aehool broadcast
13:15 t-Westcra Farm aad Home hear.
1:30 Dental Cltale.
8 : 15 Pa 0 1 Whitemaa's erehestrs.
3:30 Teatime Eaiaar.
8:45 Melody Mixers.
4:80 i-Piaae due.
d;4S Waadoriag MinstraL
8:00 Amos 'a Aady.
8:15 Staadard Symphony hour.
6:15 Thorrtoa ths Magician.
11:15 Evening Star.
KODr Portland 840 K.
6:00 KOIN's Xlock.
6:300.8.0. farm eateasloa serviee.
8:30 Ooldaa Maledlsa.
60 Baddy Harrod's orchestra.
f -.30 Columbia reva.
10:00 Georga HaU's orchestra.
11:00 Texas Xaager. .
11:16 American Mnssam Nataral Hle
i tory.
11 :TO America a 8chool et the Aw.
18 :60 La rorra Bsranaa recital.
13:80 rrenk westphai's orchestra,
1 :45 Barbara Gwtld.
8 :00 Pemiaiae fsada,
5:15 Sklppy.
aTt-PrtUul 1188 X.
T:0O Moralag Serenade,
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Promise of Advance
In Wheat Spoiled;
Corn Falls
CHICAGO, Not. SO (AP)
Corn and oats played the mischief
with gram markets today, oats
especially making a spectacle) by
tumbling to bottom prices never
worn recorded.
Tjnuarial efforts to settle Decem-
tomorrow put a strain en both of
tnee - -nd djd mncu to BDOii
- nromltlnr advance of wheat val-1
..r. . . I
oei iiriuei 10 iitciv noianu in i
i. .h..
December raU today reached an
- rtrem. lor. price of 14 cenU a
btuBel otttdolng the previous
93MiMM
bottom record.
ceuui stiintmusu iu it. vahb i
lor December aeurery reii to witn-1
in 2 cents or tne au-tim low,
19 hi cents, anothet. 13 1 1 black
mark.
Wheat closed unsettled at the
same as yesterday's finish to
of a cent higher, corn M-
down, oats unchanged to off.
Today's . closing quotations:
Wheat Dec. 42-42; May,
4X-: July, 47-
Corn Dec. May. 27-
July. 29-.
OtLta Dec. HM'; May, 17
17 H; July. 17K-.
General Markets
rKODUCB EXCHAYGB
POBTLAND. Ore.. Nov. 80. (AP)
I Prodaee exebaoce, aat prices: Batter
Extras SVe, standards 29c, pruae urate
38 He, firsts 88e. Est Fresh extras
28-2c ntodlnms 85-t6e.
Portland Grain
POBTLAJfD, Ore.. Nov,
$0. (AP)
Wheat : Opea Hick
Low Closs
I tr .4i .41 ai
ciTwal: Bif Bead bioeat,
41 VI
45
bloeatem .51:
dark hard winter. 18 per ceat .49 Vi, 11
per cent .47 V i aof t white, bard win tar
.41; weatera whits, aortbara spring .40;
waatsra rod .8 9 Vs.
Oats No. 3 white $17.
Corn Ho. 2B yellow $18.
Millraa Standard $12.25.
Portland Livestock
POST LAND, Ore- Kev. 10. (AF)
Cattle ateetipti 125. ealvea 10; steady.
Steera, 600 to 900 poanda, medium
$4,25 5.25. common $3,75 4.15; 900 to
1100 pound, mediom $4-9, eemmoa
$2.50-4; 1100 to 1300 pounds, medium
$3.75-4.50. Heifers, 550 U 850 poanda.
medians $3.50-4.25, eommoa f .io I.6U.
Cava, common sad mod is m $3-3, low cot
tar and cotter $1-2. Bulla, yaarliars ex-
eluded, good and choice (boot), 83.15
8; cutter, eommoa and medium $1.50
3.25. Vealers, milk fed, good sad choice
$5-5.50. medium $3.75-5, cull aad eom
moa, $3-3.75. Calves. 250 to 600 pound.
i J k! , C.S AAMMAA
B,diBB1 tx-s.75.
I Him Kara iota 303: ate ad r.
I Wfk Usbta, 140 to HO pounds, good sad
$3 5J- Ugbtweighta, io t iao
and. si.TS-4; 180 to sou pounaa.
8.75-4. Madiam weight, 300 to 880
poanda. 13.35-4; 330 to 350 poaads. 3-
.7S. uesvyweignu, soo 10 sv pmiu,
SS.SJS.BS-: 390 to 850 poaads. 83.T5
S.50. Packing aowa. 275 to 80S poaads.
medium and good, 83.50-8. Peedore-
stockers, 70 ta 130 poanda, good and
choice. 88-8. 50.
Sheen. lambe Soceipta oz; aoauaauy
r-. . .
I.amba. 10 nonaas eown. rooa ana
choice 84.50 4.1. medium aS.50-4.50. U
on. o to 110 poanda. madiam te choice
8 1.2 5-s. 8 s. Ewes, so to i5s poaads.
..l.k& a imatA 911 J VaaamtitaeF W TSaCBk
mediom ta ehotee gl-si.sa: l ta js
pounds, medium ta choice 375c 61.34; all
weight, cau M eommoa ou-iac
Portland Produce j
PORTLAND, Ore, Rev. 80. (AP)
Butter Prints, 3 score er bettor Sle,
atandards Sle.
Em Pacific Poaltry Producer' sell
ing prices: Fresh extras 89c, standards
3Te, modiatns 26c, pallets 32e.
Caantrv mesta SelUnr price to retail-
era: Conatry-kilted hogs, boat batchers
under 160 pounds, 5-5 He pound; vealers.
80 ta 10O pounds, l-isi; tamos v-iue.
oarllags So. heavy owes sc. caoaer cowa
e, balls 4-4 He
Niti Orsroa walaats 15-19e pound.
peansta 10a, Bra alia 1814c. slmonds 15-
1 Ar filhaftsi 30-32C. DOCS OS 30c
Caaears berk Baying Vricea. 1933 peel
8 poaaa.
rfnata-ITamiait. 1983. 37 38e noaad.
Battarfat Direct to abippers: Button
48-SOo. Portland delivery prlcea: C a. ora
tor cream 89-86e, sweet cream higher.
IJa aoattrv Net hartai- price: Heavy
beas. colored. d poaads, 18 pouad; do
mediums lie: lights 8e; spring, colored,
lie; ail weights, white, 10c; old roos
ters, Tc: docks, Pekina, 10-1 le.
Oaioaa Soillag price ta retailers: Ore
gon 0o-81 cental, Yakima SO-80c.
Potatoes Local 65-7 0s orange box.
Date ante Coma 81-1.05, Yakima Gems
78-OOe eeataL , . ,.,
Wool 1983 elip, aemiaalt Willamette
valley 1315a pound, eastera Oregea 10
13e. ,
Hay Baying price from prodncor: Al
falfa S1L60-18, emver 68-6.80, eastera
Oregon timothy I16J0, ests aad vote
910.60-11.
6 :00 Financial Service.
6:18 Biasing Strings.
6:80 fihythm Bomb lara.
8 :00 Tom Mitchell.
6:15 Dixie Memeries.
10:00 Kardi GraS.
10:80 Hotel Hew Yorker orchestra .
11:00 Words aad Maaie.
11:45 Mrs. Praaklia D. aseosevelt.
11:00 Organ.
13:85 Girl meads.
1:00 Thursday SweclaL
3:00 Masieal Sketches.
3:30 reottigat raataaUs.
8 :00 Woldorf Astoria orchestra.
8:3 Joka B. Xeaaody.
S: 85 Ralph sUr berry. Dream SUgor.
6:45 Soloist,
4 115 Arlea Trie.
ed Out!"
Salem Markets
Grad B' raw 41 milk,
co-op pool price, 91.83 per
baiKlred.'
Sarplus 90c, '
(Ullk bases ea sead-sseataly
satterfat versKe.).
Dotterfat - Sweet, 20c (
soar, 29c.
Batter Cubes, 83c;
prints. Sic
rKcrrr ass rEosTABijss
e growers by galea buyers
aevesieer so . -
tv. v.i. i .i
treeer. ere tadieative ot the daily
!!2 k Th 8tat-"
HO"
Carrots, 40 b.C
.so
MM, II
local. .
as u .so
45
; .08
JO
T...U. J..
oreea peppers, lb.
vaMMfa, sees
KadUkes, do. Vsaekes
Oaioaa, doa. boaehss .
.20
.89
Local peutees
.75 to 1.00
1.75
JO sad .40
.80
1.85
.50
8.40
.85
, .80
.15
1.00
8weet potatoes, 100 lbs.
Celery hearts, doa.
Local eelerr, dot.
Local lettaee, crate ,
The Dalles lettaee
Spinseh. erste
Hotboase tomatoes, era to
Osieaa. Walls Walla
Oaioaa, La bub. 29 lbs. -
Daaiih sqnaah. des.
Parsaias. haadred ,. . ,
Applee
Klara.
lara. bo.
. .45
. JO
. .85
. .85
. .65
.1.00
. .75
-1.50
. .90
Spitioaberrs
Northers Spy
urtlejs
Joaathaaa
Oelieloss
Caaliflower, No. 1 crate
Rstabaoa. baadred
Brasaela sproats , . .
Craaberriea retail. Ib.
.15
Craaberriaa, bbL ,
Oranres, p.p.
10.75
.3.35-3.50
..3.00-4.00
Uranees, lancy
Hors
Top, 1938. lb.
Top, 1831. lb.
.28
.20
ZOOS
Baying Prices
Extras
Standards .
.25
.24
.23
.IT
Mediants
Pullets
Old roosters -
.04
.11
.08 to .00
.08 to .0T
.11
.00
.15
.18
.08
Colored beas .
Madiam heas
l.irht hens
Bakes
Ligbt fryers ,
Turkeys, live, top
Turkeys, dressed, top
Ducks, live
Ducki, dressed
10
MEAT
Lsmbs, top
.2S
-8.H
Hoga, top
Hogs, first cuts
8tera
Cowa
50
08 to .OS
01 to .03
02 to .03
.08
Heifera
Dreaaed veal, top
isrtssed nogs
. .05
OBAXH AND HAT
Wheat, western red .39 Vi
White, No. 1 .41
Barley, top, ton : 14.00
Oat a, white, toa 14.00
Oats. gray, top, ton 18.00 to 19.00
Hay, baying prices
Oats and vetch, toa 7.00 to 7.50
Alfalfa, valley. 1st eat. 9.00 to 10.00
wool.
Medina 1
Cearae 10
Mohair , , , no market
-TUTS
Walnnts. orchard ran .10 to .18
riiberta. fair grade . .,, .13
Beekeepers Adopt
Five -Year Plan
Ot Improvement
Beekeepers have adopted a five-
year program or activities by
which it is hoped greatly to
I strengthen the industry In this
gtate. reports H. A. 8cullen, bee
i nnrnn cnlUra
who has been reelected secretary
- O " ' O-
of the state organisation.
This program is a six-point one
and includes Increased member
ship, better disease control
through state supervision, stand
ardlsatlon and griding ot Oregon
honey, more advertising of honey
as a food, continued exhibits at
the state fair and Pacific Interna
tional, continued support and ul- Pnii;i'oraf7 Millr ic
timate expansion of the work otUVvU.ClCU milKlb
Pacific .lope bee experiment
J. Skovbo of Hermiston Is the
new president and S. D. Williams,
I Portland, vice-president
Factories Taking
T rrtr Torino IVinTc 10 Lcy A. Case, nutrition speeiai
LiUW A 1 iL-C? rr UU1& I iat ln extension, who recommenda
-
BOSTON, Not. 30 (AP)
Manufacturers ara making, bids
slightly under current market
Quotations on substantial weights
of wool. Only limited Quantities
ara being sold. Most sales are
finer grades. Texas 12 months
wools brings 42-41 scoured basis
for tha beat offerings and 41-42
for ahort average wool. Bulk
Trench combing ff 4s and finer ter-
rltory wools in original bags sell
moderately at 40-42 scoured baa-
la. Many bids on this type of wool
are around St, but only balk
dothrng offerings are available
quantities at this level.
TOPPERS TO ASHLAND
PLEASANT VIEW. Not. 30.
Mr. and Mrs. Bern WIpper and Mr.
and Mrs. Herman WIpper hart
gone to Ashland to rlslt relatives
and aa old-time friend who la
naat SO years ot age.
ide is
iNew zeaiana iraae is
Trying to Muscle
V In on Coast
PORTLAND, Not. 30 fAP) '
Weather conditions la the -mid
west which -hara stopped practic
ally all ahlpmenta ot batter to the
Pacific slope, hare' created an en- -tlrely
new situation in this sec
tor. The previous easiness in tha v
trade trend appears to be some
what lessened although there was
no doubt of tha unwillingness of
operators to purchase more than
immediate requirements through
fear ot declining raluesl
Tha on big- drawback to
strength in tha batter trade ap
pears continued efforts on tho
part ot New Zealand to market a
liberal portion or its supplies oa
this coast. With depreciated mon
ey it is able to Jacd butter in coast
states at 4 to 8e lb. less than is
being quoted for the home prod
net area after paying the liberal
transportation charges as well aa
a heavy government tax. '.
Butt erf at values were again
tied. Most local interests wers
paying JOc lb for churning cream
with 2c generally additional for
sweet cream.
While tha Pacific Co-ops wero
Etui maintaining; their prices
Wednesday; almost general shad
ing, tj outside firms was reported
dvtt&s; the day. Weaker feeling is
j99a.rent all along the eosst.
Only small supplies of llvo
chickens continue to come to tho
local trade but there is no demand!
for a greater supply. Prices aro
just about steady In all lines.
BUT STOCKS SLIDE
NEW. YORK. Nov. 30 AP)
While the British pound was mak
ing a vlgorus recovery, the stock
market flopped out of.it recent
narrow groove today and rolled a
couple of points nearer the Octo
ber lows.
Net losses ran from l,to mors
than 4 points in many leaders and
sales were 1,093,071 shares.
sbbut double yesterday's turn
over.
Steel shares were heavy. U. S.
Steel Preferred dropped 3 points
on selling which presumably or
iginated with those who doubt In
definite maintenance of at least
the full dividend rate. Steel Com
mon was down about 2 at ths
worst.
Industrials drooped, America!
Can, Allied Chemical. Case, West-
inghouse. National Biscuit, Unioa
Csrbide. Standard Oil of New Jer
sey and Du Pont losing 1 to I
points or so. Rail shares noted
the reaction in carloadings that
usually occurs in Thanksgiving
week, and also Burlington's an
nouncement that dividend action
on its shsres, mostly held by Nor
thern Pacific and Great Northern
naa been postponed until inter ta
the year.
American Telephone was soggy,
ith a wet decline of more tbaa
2. American Tobacco "B" and
Safeway Stores were especially
soft, tha former off 4 net, tha
latter 3. Coppers made slight re
sponse to a shading ot the domes
tic price by at least one seller ot
to reports of a snag In the inter
national conference.
EcOnOmkal
Food Substitute
CORVALL.IS. Powdered skiss
milk purchased at lOe a pound
will supply fluid skim milk at ap
proximately 2c a quart, according
I its use br those persona who wlsn
I to maintain an adeauata diet oa
I. reduced food budget. One ponni
0f tkim milk powder contains an
tha solids of whole milk except
I the butterfat. and It furnishes as
on i much ot them as Is usually fur-
I nished by about 4 quarts ox
frftah swim milk. ,' '
Miss Case ad rises thrifty- house
wives to se powdered tkim milk
ln dishes that hare considerable
flavor. She suggests . its use ta
soups, sauces, gravies, cocoa, ens
tarda. Ice creams, pit filling,
bread, muffins and cakes. Metb-
is I ods of reconstituting fluid su
milk from skim milk powder ana
XT . 1 1
mm ns
22 different recipes using suea
milk ara contained. In the leaflet
HE 4 OS, "The use ot powdered
skim milk in the home, whica
may be obtained at any extansloa
office or by writing the some ec
onomics extension of flee. Corral-;
lis. . i . .
By CLIFF STERRETT
BIXjHTeu A THOMASON
211 Stat St
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