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The OREGON STATESMAN, Salem, Oregon, Thursday Morniag, December 8. 1932
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It D Barton Batteries Starter end
Fineretor worlt 845 Chernoketa at.
Telephone 4 480 n B North
DR. O. U SCOTT. PSC. Chiropractor
t&S N High Tl Ra 57t
schools. Business and technical cours
es Box Salem. C. McGllllvray,
CUT flowere, weddlns bouqueta
funeral wrea'fca, decorations C f
BrelthaupL florist. 557 Court street
ALL kinds of floral werk. Luts Fler
1st lth Market Tel 5
Fred Blatchford, mfg. of "Distinc
tive Gift ware". 11? 8. High St.
1 lit N PNrb Tel T
THB KETW SALEM LAtJNDRT
TTIR WEIDER LAONDRT
tt Hlh TeL I12t
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRY
"We Wnsh Every thins In Lux"
ajharperied and repaired. Also trades
FL w. scett 147 s uom i. ci. nit
afattresscs from factory
Snrine- mattress 88.00.
ore and fumigatora Capital Beddlrn
Co TeL 4069 3nso Mortn uapHoi
Hew mattress made to order, eld
uttiMi remade: carpet cleaning, shv
hig: fluff rag weaving Salem Fluff
Rue Hattress Factory, a 13th
Wllhnr. TeL Kit Otto F. Zw4cker.
riEV-k n WILL .Ptanoo. Phono
graptts, sewing machines, sheet music,
and piano studlea Repairing phom
mnlM anil sewtnc tnarmnea 4iz
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Ham BuriJav 2 to S p. m. 14t
PAINTING & DECORATING
Painting and .Worating. Tel. 8701.
PLUMBING and HEATING
work. Oraber Bros.
144 So Liberty
Lewie E- Neet. Income Tax and
Public Accounting. 209 Masonic Bldg.
FOR STATIONERY, cards, paanpn
sets, programs, books or any kind ol
Tinting, call The Sta teems Prtct
tnc Department- 311 Commercial
IECK A IIEXDRICKS, TeL 4947.
W. H. GRABENHORST St CO.
1J4 & Uberty St. Tet 4I(.
SOCOLOFSKT A SON
114-f First Nafl. Bk. Bid. TeL7T
BTOVXS and stove reparrtaa- Stsrve
for amle, rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds f woven wire fence, Caawy aad
Slntn, bop tMtaketa, hooka, ieeaa hooka,
alera Fence and Store Works, J
Ctv.mketa. TeL 4774, R. B Flecntsa.
CAPITAL CTTT Transfer Oe. 1M
C(ate St. rL TIT a UIKnuuiws, war
ward ins suad etoraae eev apeersft
Get oar rates.
rn imsI w msteat traasflar aear
If, call Sill Larmer Tranafet Co
tVrBCKa IS reruaoa oauiy.
Oijr1oor C.Telin L Apts., I1M12. Ml ..ConVl-Jt
' Nice furo. rt, S38 Center.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
W Anted studio accompanist Mall
letter of qnallflcatlims to Bx. S,
WANTED A. e-ood real estate sales
man. Ant.lr 20! IT. 8. Bank bid.
THB SQfTARK DRAT, REALITY CO.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
kok SKi.R cnn paner to a tmn
'It Statesman office.
SALEM Unrn Gifts 13c and up.
Uteenbaums. Z40-S48 N. Com'l.
Radio for sale J2iR Zenith repos
sessed, balance due, $S9.10. down.
$S monthly. See Mr. Janz at w ins Mu
FOR SALE Used "Hotpolnf elec
tric range. Reasonable. Blackbird Inn,
Insoerted Holly wreathes, spraya or
bulk. TeL 314. Res. 18Si N. Sum
mer. Chaa Klngrer. licensed dealer. In
spector's tags for all shipments.
FOR SALE I Bell-Howell, 1 Eaat
nun movie camera. 1 projector, like
new, cheap IX purchased this week.
Box SI, Statesman.
niavr nn1 srr! in bar. Ernest Roth,
Rout T. Box 155 A, rlwjne 19J14.
IVi ton Oraham truck, for sale er
trade for cows. V. A. Hooper, R. 1.
Bx ET. Dayton. Ore.
W ANTE D 51 iscellaneous
Cash paid for used furniture, atoves.
etc. TeL SJ-
Guns, etc. old arold. jewelry. Condi
tion no object. Name your price. REI
NER'S BXCHANC5K, 159 N. Com'l.
Beauty work done in your home.
Reasonable. Appointments any time.
Old time dance. Sut. Tew Park. New
music. Surprise for TJ. 10c k. 25c.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Warm aleepln room and rr. $2.50
wk. Or H. K. rooms SOS S. Winter.
ROOM AND BOARD
Board, heated room. 1271 Cbeme-
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
P3tton apartments downtown. Call
Patton s nook store.
livfW court bungalow furnlahed,
flreolace. hdw. firs., raraje. elec.
rnnpe. IIP. Phone &lo4.
Modern steam beated apts. TeL 84 90,
Lovely 3 room apt.. 15&0 Center.
Prparntr ante. S mod. 'well furn
heated apt Garaire. Adults, ?20. S. P.
bus line. 1081 Oak.
Housekeeping room, best rate.
FOR RENT HOUSES
4 room bouse.
a ConVL TeL
Purn. and unfura. houses. R, A.
Forkner. 110 N. Cottage, lei. sJi
Modern bungalow. 150 S. Cottage,
Garage, small house, light and wat
er, Z I. ltn or pnone s.io.
Modern duplex, overstuffed furnl-
mr x&a i:entr. r urn. douki u
apt.. 1. 15, tl8. owner. TeL 734.
Hoiws, 81f. -0. Moses. Sim State.
FOR SALE Real Estate
s run. near Leslie Jr. high, furnace.
I wiU sell furnished or unfurnisned at
a bargain price ana terma
Attractive 4 rm. r.ouse, yrainut ana
fruit trees, fine district, $!50!, wants
small acreage clo3e in, will conalder
175 South High Street
Up-to-date 5 rra. home. Small down
payment uae rent. jw-ner, n
N. lth. Phone 4 277.
; ( 3-4 A. 5 V, mL from Salem, all cultl-
I vted. 4H A rruit. & room r.ouse,
j age, welL 8110. V. cash,
110 A. t mL from Sa'.em, 4 A. logans.
well, electric water system, almost
bath, rarage. chicken
Imuse and barn. 83 100. Trade for
hn;isfl in Salem.
1 A. hi Vale, Oregon. 5 room house,
hath. barn, checken house, in city lim
its, 82109. Trade for city property or
MKLVns JO UN U.N
275 State Street Phone 6796
In a South Salem home. Comfort-
! F, roam house on a choice lot.
4il& ft. east frontage, pavea sireei,
garsce. frnit and shrubs. Price re
duced from 83000 to J1800, only 8300
cash, baL J25 per month inciuaing
CHILOS A HlLLEK, Keauors
S41 State TT, -...,- r'?-.-.
15 Acres Extra Good Iand 31100
Godd 8 room house, barn, hen
house. Owner going east, forced to
sell at sacrifice price. 810 om
terms; on market road.
SEE BECHTKL or THOMASON
311 State Rootnf
We have small farm stocked and
equipped for Salem home.
room plastered house, garage,
only Se. Easy terma
Sis room house, close, partly fur
nished, rent fit.
McGILCHRIST A FEJimrtuiun
2M-10 U. S. Nafl. Bank Bldg.
jijij-tru-irir i '
MUST BH 80LD AT ONCK
ia.n mnmint house, basement, for-
an nlrMv furnished. Close to
state house. A little money down and
more in. Best oertfain eer onciwu.
JAS. V. StAKS. iteanor
125 8oth High Street
EXCHANGE Real Estate
m- lit m-rt-L house. 8 R.. 2
barns, poultry and liog houses. On
snail and snfUt route, cioee 10 scuuui.
xw, ui T. t. nni. trade, some
csush. Ooed terms on belance. SEE
mVHTFI or THUMA6W
tn Shin Room 4
SS acre farm v Itl fair building-a,
stock and tools; will take a small
acreage or clear suburban home aa
art varment ani r temse on. the
A cnedara city hiMne clear, to ex
change far a Cares property of Uhe ej
us er antgftt svssoine setae. See Chaa.
Vlck wKb .
W. H. ORABmHORST St CO.
1J4 8. Liberty Street, Balem, Ore;oa
l i 1 lHo
ii un K ly 16 17
is ft loitiltttim't
The new telephone book Is out
and looks very good after our old
ragged book. Couldn't help but
note that it was smaller than us
ual We suppose that some peopte
hare taken out their phone but
some of the difference la la the ad
vertising. W always thought that
the newspaper ads were beat any
You should see the evolution of
the filbert illustrated hi the win
dow of the United States Bank.
Oregon ranks ninth In size of the
states and 34th In population. The
state has 56,899 square mites.
Help the American Legion Aux
iliary welfare fund by buying Kel
logg cereals from some of their
representatives In Salem stores
Saturday. Read the food ads ba
Friday's Statesman for particu
4,051,000 troops were engaged
in the World war. The total cost
was I37.500.000.00S. This figure
does not take In the economic loes
of the killed and Incapacitated nor
the sums paid for pensions and bo
The United 8tatea constitution
went Into effect March 4th, 1789.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Ser. sta, for farm. Bx. 88, Statesman.
Trade R. modern bungalow A-l
shape for 4 or 6 rm. house by owner.
Bx t? statesman.
101 A bottom soil, poorly Improved.
I want you to come In and make me a
propoaition on this. Your terma it
you are looking for something good,
don't pass this up.
H. C. SH1KL.DS
Oreson Bid jr. Tel. ltt
A PEACH OF A BARGAIN
Have a wonderful buy In grocery,
conf- meat market and gas pump.
Dandy location. Have Just this week
to sell It at about value. Come see
me before you say no. Never such a
JAS. D. SEARS. Realtor
lit South High Street
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
FOR SALE 1 thoroughbred black
and white Shetland trick pony, espe
cially trained for children. Cash. Box
MONEY TO LOAN
MADE on furniture, cars, salaries
or other good security. Repayable
monthly. When In financial need e
us before closing a loan.
First National Bank BWg. Phone 1888.
'Bslls of Harmony
Heard over KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
Is really, really different.
TOO GET THE FTJIX
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLT LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
- OF SALEM
Room US New Bligh Bids 2nd Flooi
LICENSED BY STATE
SI 8 State 8t TeL 8-7-4-0
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce youi payments
Too keep the car
P A EIKER
Cor. Liberty St- and Ferry
rhone 4T3J . 5M:r'?r'r
MONEY FCR THE HOLIDATS
We advance cash to salaried people
on plain notea Easy monthly repay
ment plan. Our service is quick, cour
teous and confidential.
STATE LOAN COMPANY
212 Oregon Bldg., Second Floor
Office hours 10:00 A. M. to :3 P. JC
Telephone 7783 State License S-145
wont iS5n 00 for a arood first mort-
ffasre on Salem property,
A. tJ. oUns n o i iu
Room 19, Ladd Bush Bank Bldg.
FOR SALE WOOD
L uuinr nni ' -
nati Rrrim tar dry fir. oak, ash
and maple. Reasonable prices. Pbonf
nil A RANT BED DRT wood oal
f-s aae SaJesa Buel Oe Trade
Drr wood at Tracy's Phone MM
T-. '-' uir rii- - -- --
Good wood, depres, prtoe. TeL 9749
Old flr. H-. t PI TI80.
POLLY AND HER
JfrwEAN tsk vex) . rT Ij f oimsr jb-ted per stealdJ i5SJ?N il
FOR SALE WOOD
DRT FIR AND OAK WOOD, oal
and fuel eU. Call oa as tor prices Wc j
give good measure, good quality aar' ;
WARMER TRANSFER 8TORAQS
H-ta. old Dr. Phone 4S(S.
a ea m sf -- OTU'UV'10JT
Ash. flr and oak. TeL 1(4 1.
Dry oak. fir, fS. TeL t7Sa.
i T 1?nd,.7owth- and oak, any J
length. Call 41J4.
lS" old fir. 14.25. TeL I4IJ.
LOST AND FOUND
talnlng men's clothinz. Reward. TeL I
"TCayrriTr x I
left cheek. Call I7IT or 4414.
high school Saturday. Liberal reward ;
return to Statesman. I
FOR SALE USED CARS
ri mnn "irm run n,ru uvijwvxrto-n- fL-uxrxnjy
SALEM USED CAR CENTER
Standard Coupe S3SS.ee
1911 Sport Roadster
193 Sport Roadster
193 Dual 4 speed trunk
izs -speed truck
oThr flSft,! " M
1930 Chevrolet Coach Il I
928 Chevrolet Panel Delivery 150 I
1918 Butrk standard Coupe 155.00
1917 Star ( Sedan 100.00
Charlie er Larry
Phone Tlt Marios at Liberty Sta
MCKAY'S USED CARS
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
1928 Ford Coupe 3 30.00
1928 Velle Sedan 175.00
1929 Plymouth Sedan 245.00
1929 Ford Sport Roadster 245.00
1931 Ford Coupe 345.00
1930 Bulck Coupe 395.00
1931 Stude Coupe
1929 Coupe -
T IKAI J m.vMB
McKAT Chevrolet CO.
333 Center Phone 1189 430 N. Conrl I
.CywrH. i.'tean: j
1-1930 Cher, truck, dual wheels
1-1924 Ford 2 -door
1-1927 Oak Sedan
1-1 92 Ford Roadster
These cars are ready to so.
ACME AUTO A TRUCK WRECKERS
Block So. of Paper Mill
420 So. Com'l. Phone 7722
The following foreign nut
news is the latest cable from Con-
sul General Lockhart, U. 3. de-
partment of agriculture, at TIent-
Although local walnut mar -
ket Is considerably weaker than
a month ago, rery littla business
Is being dona. Present stocks of
1 1 A )nl A I A I . , rl
Kerneia at nanism are otuiubvou
approximately 2.500,000 pounds,
nt which 1 AAA AAA ruin aria are
..iu , ' ' -i
suitable for export. Local prices
lor gOOd Quality Kernels,
light meats and 10 light am
bers, equiTalent to following
American prices, c. 1. f. Seattle
and San Francisco, per pound:
quarters and pieces, 50 each,
10-lle per pound, assorted
30 halres and 35 each quar-
. , .. ..
ters and pieces llltll4C.
"Walnuts declared at Tientsin
l ...ni.i. nnt AnrArxm
' u . -.n- tti
i ouiuti ivr miwimuu. w
States In shell 700,009 pounds,
total declared exports September
to November inclusive 1932 in
shell 80,000 pounds, kernels 1,
026,000; corresponding period
1931, in shell 81,000 pounds, ker
nels 1,942,000 pounds."
Trade in Fleece
BOSTON. Dee. 7. (AP) A
rather quiet bat persistent trade
is reported on medium quality
fleece wools at aboat steady
prices. Strictly combing SCs Ohio
and similar wool bring 19 -20
In th rrfn RtrlrtW romhinr 41.
fleeces from simlUr lines sell
.4V 4.1 48)4 it, A aaa
4 I 19 7J-ai W in UIO Kt7snJ.
New Hop Yard Going:
Up on DeJardin Farm
WACONDA. Dec. 4. Plowing
began Monday In preparation for
setting oat 11,000 nop roots oa a
IB-acre tract two miles north of
Waconda on the Salem-Champoeg
road. Peter Lelac, who operates
the farm for Jalliam DeJardla,
owner of Hopmere store a few
miles south of here, to In charge
of the work.
MARKET IS HER
I 1 TO
MEET AT PUD
PORTLAND, Dc 7. (AP)
-With dUcossloa ot the operation
of the Reconstruction Finance cor-
poraUon as ona of the main topics
on the program, the 36th aannal
conrention of the Oregon Wool
Growers, association opened here
today. Representatives from all
I sections of the state attended.
The National Wool Growers' as-
eociatlon convention opens here
tomorrow, and the meeting; of the
Oregon growers was the last of the
dftrict seesloni . to be held before
tn national gathering.
Liyestock men said thejr are in-
terested particularly in work of
ttsm .wm 't.i.
1.-. w "-- "--
porauon as u reiaies .o i.ae in
dustry tn Oregon and Washing
ton. It was intimated suggestions
and recommendations would be
made at the convention.
Officers of the Oregon associa-
tloQ r- A, Phillips of Baker.
president; Walter A. Holt of Pen-
dleton, aecretary; E. T. Johnson
of Wallowa, J. 0. Barratt ot Hepp-
Dr 3- E- Miller of Union, and
John V. Withers of Paisley, vice-
ine personnel oi me execuuve
committee is: K. U. wainer, ruot
Rock: W. P. Allen Juntnra; Da-
T,Q J ,. ' 7 i 2v-t
gess, Fossil; James Hinton, shanl-
ko; Herman OUrer, John Day;
James Murtha. Condon; H. B.
Doff, North Portland; Ned Sher
lock, Lakeriew, and J. N. Jones of
DI10PS 1 AND 1 1-2C
... . a. .
Drop la tne local hop market oi
from a cant to a cent and a half
is evident in sales the past few
dya at top of 27 cents. Only
few bales mored, however, and
dealers betiey thU Just a lull,
with continued strength the real
Wolf bought all hops which ex
changed hands, including 10
bales from Lee Quam at 27 cents;
60 balea from Mt. Angel college;
18 bales from McCormick and 24
from Klmms of West Woodburn.
The last three were all at 2t
A comparison of hop stocks In
Oregon the first of the month and
oa December l, 1931, snows a
decrease of 4.S3S bales this year.
On December 1, 1931, there were
24,205 bales on hand; and De
cember 1, this year, there were
A year ago. there were 168
bales ot the 1928 crop, which are
still reported on hand; a year ago
413 bales of the 1I2 crop, which
is now reduced to 1ST bales; last
year, 902 bales of the 1930 crop.
which is reduced to 677 bales.
There are now on hand 1,808
bales of th 1931 crop, of which a
I year ago there were 22,722 bales
1 still on hand. The estimate of
1 1922 crop on hand is 17,132
i ... THF TiTtiTnTrT roTRrr rF TTtk
united states fob the dihtriot
I Or OREGON. Unite States of Anorlea
I ti. Jo Gabbert, Defoadaat. NOTICE 18
I w,RI.oT aivrs k.t th. .mmn.,iu
kerelaafter described, seitea by the Uait
ed SUtes Ma"hl tor the District ot Ore-
Ma. aador Soetioa 18. Title II. of the
National Prohibition Act. became ths said
aatoaoMte aras being wsod for the trans-
I portatiee ef intoxicating liquor en the
I gt t b4 ni.trict of Oreeon. in Tioiatioa
I ot law, has been condemned and forfeited
r 'il?.11. ktttet Ditt.Tt?x tlT.l,l
the District of Oregon, and is to be sola
hr th. United States Marshal at pnblle
aectiea at the west entrance of the Mar-
ins ConatT Conrt Hoste. Salem. Oregon.
I" th. highest bidder, on th. 29tb day of
i Ditmbtr, it32, at twelre o does: noon
oe said daT. towit: 05E FORD COUPK
192S hfod.l. Motor Me. A 242.271. JOHN
L. DAT. United States Msrhl. District
of Oregon. D S-15
THTTmSDAT. DECEMBEE 6
KQW Portlaad 620 Kc.
6:00- Morning Knnlhin.
8 :30 Crosscut, from the Log of the
9:15 Cooking school.
8:45 Th. Jordan.. MBC.
10:O0 Woman's Magaiine. NBC.
I" f-andard School bro.dc..t XBC
I SUU AAUSBBV UUUSC a.i w .
1 :4S Orrsn.
4:45 The Wandering Minstrel.
8:00 Anu 'n' Andy. NBC.
8:15 Standard Symphony honr.
10:15 Kelly's dance orcheitra.
11:15 The Evening Star.
XOIM PorUand 910 X.
6:00 KOrN's Klock.
4:80 O. AO. r.rm Kxteasioe acrrice.
7 :45 C9apol Ohimea seer.
8:30 Oeleea Xctodlaa.
9:80 Cols me i a roraa. CBS.
10:00 Q serge Hall's ereheatra. CBS.
11:80 American School of the Air, CBS.
1:48 "Hare Toe Hoard!" Barbara
0:00 Mn.ia That Satlafiea. CBS.
0:18 Smith BaUow ereheatra, CBS.
T:30 Chaada the Magician. DUB.
Possibility of Crop!
Damage Cause; Y-
CHICAGO. Dec. 7 (AP) Pos
sibilities of seTera crop damage to
United States" winter wheat by a
cold wave tonight led. to a brisk
uptnrn In grain prices today.
Fears were expressed that sub
sero temperatures would find
much of the new domestic wheat
crop virtually unprotected, minus
any snow blanket. Another bullish
factor was an estimate that ex
port business from Canada in the
last 48 hours bad aggregated 3.
Wheat closed firm, ft-l'i over
yesterday's finish, corn up.
oats also k-Vt adranced.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat May, 4 5-48 H ; juiy.
V-OI U UWC1UUW , "i '
ZJB-Vt: JQ'7. Z-zs. I
Oats December. May
17U.- Tnlv 17i.a I
" M ' ' ' - I
wion urn rw rw i 1P
tj... .Tk.ar aat mum: Bnttor 1
oKtras 26c. ataadares 25e. prime firsts
!... oi. Tmn .fmt xtrma 28a. I
PORTLAND. Ore.. Do. 7. (AP)
Wheat Oeea High Low Close
December 41 .41 .41 .43
May 4S .4Si .48 .o
JolT -474 .47 4 -47 M .47
Caak wheat: Bis Bead slaetteat
J.rk hard wlatar. IS Dr cent .SI. U Ver
r.nt IS: soft writ., hard winter .4tH;
western white, northern spring .41HiToe. 19S1. lb.
wentera red .4L
OaU No. 9 whiU 917.
Com !te. E jello" 117.50.
Millrnn Standard S12.15.
dadtt . vn n, rt. T API
Cattle Receipts 85, ealrae 10; abeat
Steers, 000 to VOO poanaa, in
SIQ-S.ii. common 12.75 4.1; 900
1100 poands. medinm 4-.i, ceeimoe
81.50-4; 1100 te 1800 pounds.
88.75-4.50. Hoif.rs, 550 te 850 pounds.
medium 93.sO-4.2o. common sz.ovo.au.
Cows, common aad m.dinm 82 I. tow cat
t.r ..4 emtUr 81-1. Balls, rearlings ex
cluded, good and ehoics (beef) 12.15-8,
eutter. cemmoa ana meoiam
Vealers. milk fed. good and choice a-
5.50, medinm ?3 75-5. call aae eoaati
83-3.75. Calre. 250 to 500 poands, good
acd choice 83.75 5, common and medium
Hog. Hcceipt. 150; tteaay 10 weaa.
r.lrht lifhtL 1.0 to 160 coonds. good
and choic. 83 3.75. Lightw.ighM. 160
to ISO pound. 83.50 8.75; 180 U -00
poands. 83.50 3.75. Medinm weight, -uu
to 220 pounds 83.1-O.T5: 320 lo sau
pound. S3-3.75. nesryweigsis. "
290 pounds. 82.85 8.65: 290 to 350
nm.nli S2. 73-3. 50. Packing sow.. 275
in 50O nonnda. medium and rood. 81.50-8
reeders-atockera. 70 to 130 ponndi. good
and choice. 82.50-3.
RhT R-iot 100 : ateadr,
T.mV ee Doands dowm. rood aad
choice S4.TS-S. mediam SS.5e-4.Tf. all
weixht coercion 81.SO-3.S0. Yearling
withers, 90 to 110 poands.
rhniM SI 25 2. Ew.s. 90 to
nm 1 ehnifa. SI-1.I3: LZO 1
ponnda, medium to choice 75e 8 1.2$; all
weights, call common. ou-ic
TrDTT ivn rw. T... I IV
n.,t.r Vrimtm- 01 trom or better Z Sc.
' , " . '
v.. T.,sri. Pnuitr Producan' seO-
!..VU.- Vh .nr.. 26e. atandards
ti. -.Aim m 21. nalleta 22c
rL.. (Llltn nrtea te retell-
under 150 pound. 4tt-6iie pound; vaal-
r. 80 100 pounds. 6 6He: lsmbs -10c.
Trlinr. 5e. heaTy ewes 8-4c, eanner
an: ueentry-aiiiee ion. uwl
.... , . . i .
cow. 2-5C. hulls . ne.
w-t. n..,n, w.htata 1519a pound.
peanuts 10c. Braiils 1214c. almor.de 15
, . l:iv..,. n.n, n.B. 20c
h.,k Rnrisr orieea. 1932 pool
rieps Nomiaal. 1932. 26-58e poo a.
Butterfat Direct to shippers: Btattoe
n.r Pnrfl.nil drlirerr orieea : Churn -
in cream 2e. sweet eream higher.
LIt. poultry Wet bnytng price: Hosry
hoes, color!. 4 pounds. 13e pound; e
modiams He: tights ; spnega. nwn I
all weights, watte. ioe; oia row.
duck. Pekina, 10-11; feese.
Onioni Selling price te retalUrs: Ore-
QA. tl t.1 T.kliu SOe-SL
PntiiMi.IMl S5-70c erange Vol.
Deachuta. Gems 95e4L T.klma Gems
60 90e cental.
Wool 19 32 clip, nominal : Willamette
T.'.Iey 12 15c pound, eestera Oregea 10-
H.v Rarlne ertce from prodaeer: AJ-
fslfa 111. 50 11. ctoTor 9 9.50.
Oreroa timothy 818.60. oeU and rate
8:00 Jatk Lenard.
I -so laaam Jan.. orcheitra. CBS.
fit Eddie Dveahn'a ereheatra. OBS.
t 30 hUElroy Crosier Orec"iaa.
10:48 Jeak and Jill's Tavern erchera.
11. -OS Stanley Smith's erhcoetta. DLBS.
11 20 DaacUf with tee Stars, DLBS.
XOA0 OerraOle S0 Xa.
7:00 Morning Meditations, led by Dr.
John 8. Bares.
12:00 Farm hemr.
1:30 Better Health snd Longer Life.
8 :0O rseciaeUems ef a World Toe:
Naples aad e White Yesnrlee
Miss Elisabeth Barnes.
3:80 The Home Garden.
a-a rt . Normal school "Stenos
for the Children.
:00 runner nsnaic.
T:10 Pooltry Keeping a. a Ba.lao.a-
T 80 Hunting and ll.hing Cenditione
Pni a ii Linnn.
hi Oregea oy ia. a
eeamtsuon. . .
7:45 Review ef new booas.
:oo University ef Oregon school
BRINGS GRAIN UPTURN
BOLTS LOWER HERE
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, $1-33 per
(Milk bated ea aem! stootbly
Butterfat Sweet, 28c;
Batter Cobess 80c;
FBOIT AlTD TEQETABLES
PrieM pai4 U growers by Ssiem buyers
(The prices below, supplied ey a local
grocer, ire lodicati of th daily market
but are aot gnarsnted bj Tbo Statesmsal
Cliinett eaHbar. dox. 80
Csrrota, dov "0
Carrots. 40 bag
. .15 to .10
.75 to 1.00
.30 and .40
Eeata. local, dot.
Tnratps. local, dot.
Orooa peppers. la. -
O. JI.W.. J V-..k.a
OnioBi. dei. boaehM
( ,l,r, hurt! If nx
Local celery, aos. .
Local lettare. crate
Ths Dalles lettaee
Hotbonia tomatoes, crats
Oalooa. Walla Wills
Onion i, LAbtih. is loa -
Danish sqasth. dos. .,,
CanUflow.r, No. 1 crate
Craaberriea. retail, IV.
Cranberries, bbu .
Oranges, p.p -
Oraagea, taney -
I Top. 1999. D
.08 te .09
.06 to .07
Old roosters -
e Tarkeys. Ms. top
Tnrkk.ys. drenei. top
Docks, lire. While Praia...
.03 te .04
.01 te .01
.02 to OS
Steers, first cuts
Dreised re.l, top
a&ALS AND HA I
Wheat, wentern red .41 H
White. No. 1 .48
B.rler. top. ton 14.00
Ostt. white, ton 14.06
Oats ctst. toD. ton 13.00 te 19.00
hit. baying prle.s
Osta and retch, ton 7.00 to T.5
alfalfa. Tall.y. lit ent. 9.00 to 10.00
Mohair ne market
Vfarauta. ereaard rue
10 te .11
Fl I bort a, fair grade
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright 132, Standard St.t'stics e.)
1 50 20 20 90
. , . . rr. r..,- a-..
I ma i tin . l i iwi
Today 52.7 7.0 SS. 54.T
I Preriousday 52.4 26.9 87.1 54.5
Weak age 49.9 25.1 84.0 52.0
I Tear ago 71.5
88.4 118.6 73.8
134.8 223.2 180.5
39.8 111.0 73.t
13.2 5L8 35.0
141.6 261.8 205.S
I 8 year ago 10
n:.k fioi 79 9
.. i . -.
Low (19301 .
864 146.7 114.7
20 20 20 60
Ind'l. RR's Ut'S Total
. 62 2 60.4 80.6 6T.7
62.1 60.1 80.1 6T.4
I 3 years ago
Week age 62.6 60 8 81.8 68.3
60.9 70. o 8S.S 75.S
92.4 105.7 99.0 99 0
71.8 78.0 86.1 78.1
53.1 47.4 70.S 57.5
Iw ( 1S32 )
919 109.8 101.4 101.9
83.3 97.3 6.6 92.6
LOSS OF FOXES IS
STAYTON, Dec. 7. Loss of
IT foxes, including a pair ot
Alaska Blue foxes which cost
$450, from, the pens cared for by
Mrs. Byron Denny and daughter
Florence, ia thought to be trace
able to horse meat fed the ani
mals. This fall Mrs. Denny bought a
horse at a nominal cost, and
sine th foxes showed no sign
of Illness until this horse meat
was fed, it Is considered likely
1 a i . ..a J- m v J.tt.
ia Bi ia cuae ui tus osaiss.
lit is said ib irorae naa seen b;jt-
lea arsenic as relief for heaves,
I ... . . .. A. th.
i - -
death Of the foxes
' i Mrs DmBr has handled the
nTM th. ilaatk nt Mr nfi.
7 . . ,
ef nj a year ago. and the lossea suf-
i tared bow, aooat nan or ia to-
i tal owned, is s considerable blow.
Loses Three Cents;
Wheat Rises to
Butterfat bolted downward So
yesterday to lose some of the gain
made prior to Thsnksglrlng. The
prices quoted locally yesterday
were 26c on sour and 28c on
sweet. Butter, prints, wag quoted
28c. and cubes 30c.
What made a gain of 14c a
bushel, with new figures 43 He on
white and 41 He on red.
CUBES CUT 2C ON
PORTLAND. Dec. 7 (AP)
! Cut ot 2c ia the price of cube but
ter on ths produce exchange here
for the lata session was not ex
actly a surprise. Although such
action should hsve occurred soma
time ago if supply and demand
had been followed.
Previous manipulation of tho
market which carried Talues to
the 30c mark for extras, was not
at f.l Justified by either supply
or fUmand on the open market, a
avtrrey shows There nerer was
more than a temporary shortage
in the supply and this was not at
all serious. The manipulated ad
vance here gare great aid to spec
ulators owning considerable stor
age butter which they were try-
nr to nnload at a greater profit
by artificially boosting the fresh
The price of butterfat was re
duced openly 3c lb. but secretly
is down only 2c in Sts.
Further shading of local egg
prices is reflected here although
no open cots are confirmed by the
Pacific Co-ops. Recent loss ia
New York has caused F. O. B.
buyers to reduce their bids here.
There is practically no demand
whatever for lire spring chickens
and receivers are asking that th
country cease shipment until a
market can be found. Hens are
holding up fairly well.
With fowls way down and with
country killed meats in liberal of
fering, the latter are inclined to
show generally reduced values
along the wholesale way. Veal es
pecially. NEW YORK. Dec. 7. (AP)
Stocks were mildly ambitions to
day, bat had some difficulty in
adding to yesterday's gains. How
erer, the tone was .generaly firm
and the market closed with a
small average advance.
Except for small fractional loss
es by U. S. Steel, Americsn Can.
American Telephone and others,
leading issues showed general, if
narrow, net advances, although
even at their best quotations had
been scarcely more than a point
higher. Union Pacific sagped a
point and American Water Works
receded on its dividend reductioa
to a $1 annual basis from $2.
Texas corporation and Standard of
N'ew Jersey Improved a point. Dn
Pont. Chrysler, Harvester, Mont
gomery Ward, U. S. Industrial Al
cohol. Seaboard Oil. International
Silver, Case, Missouri Pacific
Pennsylvania and Baltimore
Ohio, were up fractions at aboat
Sales totaled 1,194.369 shares.
BERLIN. Dec. 7 (AP) Tha
new Reichstag, deadlocked like
the last one, as far as party con
trol ia concerned, held Its first
session Tuesday and on the whole
the meeting was less stormy thaa
There was lively heckling from
the communists bnt Chancellor
Kart Toa Schleicher got through
the session without being forces!
to utilize the decree of dissolu
tion he had ready for any emer
gency. Various party motions, includ
ing attempts to yote non-confidence
in the new ministry, were
not reached at the meeting but
will come np tomorrow.
Earnings of the Pensacola, Fla..
water supply system, enabled city
authorities to reduce the tax rate
two mills this year.
IN LEADING ISSUES
By CLIFF STERRETT