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The OREGON STATESMAN, gafem, Oregon. Friday Bloraing. DeccmW 9, 1932
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R. D Barton Bntter'es Starter and
fenerater work. MS Chemelreta at.
Telephone 450 R B Northnesa
DR. O. I SCOTT, PSC Chiropractor
schools. Business and technical cours
es. Box 16C, Salem. C. McGUllvrajr,
CUT flowers. wedding bouquets
funeral wreaths, decoration C 1
Brelthwipt. florist. S57 Court street
A I. L kinds of floral work. Cut- Flar
1st ISth f.-rket Tl 9591
Otwn Floor Ca Tel tin.
Fred Blatchford. mfg of "Distlnc
tlyeGlftwiu 1H S. Hi?h St.
Machine sharpened and rented,
it. W .SCOTT. 147 S. Com'l.
189 N Rfeh Tel 4I?
THE NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
THE WEIDER LAUNDRY
HI S. Hlg- Tel 12t
capital crrr laundry
"We Wash Everything In Lux"
Telephone 3tS 1384 Brnadwav
Mnttresscs from factory to horn
Spring mattress $8.00. Renovat
ors and fumifatora. Capital Beddinj.
Co Tat 40Q IflJO North CapltoL
New mattress mads to order, eld
mattress remade; carpet cleaning, sis
Ing : fluff rug weaving Salem Fluff
Rur k Mattress Factory, a 13th
Wilbur Tet 8441. Otto F. Zwlcker
OaO. C WILL pianos. Phono
graphs, sewing machines, sheet music
and piano studies Repairing phono
graphs and sewing machines. 43$
Ptn'f fltreet gn!m
Dr. Chan Lam Chtnese Medicine Co.
Hours Sunday 2 to 5 p. m. 14 S
N C immerctaL
PAINTING & DECORATING
Painting- and decorating. Tel. 8704.
PLUMBING and HEATING
PLUMBING and general repair
work. Uraber Bros. 1(0 So. Libert
Lewis K. Neet, Income Tax aad
Public Accounting. 209 Masonic Bldg.
FDR STATIONERY, cards, pampn
lets, programs, books or any kkid M
firlntlng. caU The Statesman Print
ng Department 2IS 8 Commercial
Telntwwo 1 ei
BECKE A HENDRICKS. TeL 447.
W. H. GRABENHORST A CO.
134 8. Liberty St. TeL (48$.
04-5 FlrstTafL Bk. Bldg. TeL 7807
STOVES and stove repairing. Stove
for aale. rebuilt and repaired. All
kinds ef woven wire fence, fancy and
plain, bop baskets, hooka loaan hooka
8a!em fnsnco and Stove worka, 3(3
Chemeketa. TeL 4734. R. & riemlng.
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 314
State St TeL 7TTI. Distributing, for
warding and storage oar spec la U,
Oet our ratea
FOR local or distant transfer stoi
jr oall aiU Larxaai Transfer Co
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Wanted tulo accompanist. Mall
letter of qualifications to Bx. S3.
WANTED A rood real estate sales-
man. Apply 202 U. S. Bank bid.
THS SQUARE DEAL, REALITY CO.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
" r"V r.KTM 1 pri 1 " Jbon
to Statesman iffa.
SALEM UnMi Gifts IJc and
Greenhauma. I40-I48 N. Cora'L
Radio for sal S238 Zenith repos
sessed, balance due, 159.49. $.5 down.
tS monthly. See Mr. Jans at Wills Mu
FOR SALE Used "Hot point" elec
tric ranee, reasonable. Blackbird Inn.
inspected Holly wreathes, sprays or
buik. TeL 9314. Rfg. 1S60 N. Sum
mer. Chas. Kinder, licensed dealer. In
spector's tags for all shipments.
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Clover and gTaln liay. Ernest Roth,
Route T. Box 155 A. phone 10JI4.
114 ton Graham truck, for sale or
trade for cows. F. A Hooper. R. 1.
B 57. Dayton. Or.
Cash paid for used furniture, stoves.
etc TeL 3593.
Ouns. etc.. old old. Jewelry. Condi
tion no object. Name your price. REI
NER'S EXCHANGE. 159 N. Com"!.
Beauty work done in your home.
Reasonable. Appointments any time.
Old time dance. Sat. Yew Park. New
music. Surprise for V. 10c 4 15c.
FOR RENT ROOMS
- - n n n in.ri.riri.ii
"arm sleeping room and gar. $2.50
wk. Or It. K. rooma. 302 S. Winter.
ROOM AND BOARD
Board, heated rooms.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Patton apartments downtown. Call
Patf.in's book store.
Lovely court bungalow furnished,
fireplace, hdw ties., paragre. elec
range, 320 Phor.e 5154.
Modern steam heated apts. Tel. 84D0.
lively 2 rooni apt., 10S0 Center!""
Apts, 10-$12. SHI N. Cctii'i. St.
Trescott opts. 2 mod. well furn.
heated apts. llarase. Adults, J It). S. P.
bus line. 104 Oak.
Heated i R. apt. 210 T. Hth.
Hnusekeeping room, best rate. 191
Nit? furn. apts., private bath, $10,
$12 and up. 690 I'nlon.
S-ioom furnished apt., heat, private
U'tth. 690 X. Summer. Tel. 1494.
S R, unfurn. apt., frig-idalre, elec.
ranere. irara?. heat. Tel. 3168.
FOR RKNT HOUSES
4 room house. 1539 3. Com'l. Tel.
Furn. and :nfurn. houses. R. A.
Forkner. 1810 N. Cottage. Tel. 3031.
Modern bungalow, 250 S. Cottage.
Garage, small house, light end wat
er. 1025 N. 16th or phone 8215.
Houses. $10, 20. Moses, 331 H State.
6 room house. $S. Tel. 7204.
FOR SALE Real Estate
6 3-4 A. 314 ml. from Salem, all culti
vated. 4 H A. fruit, 5 room house, gar
as, welL $1100. 4 cash.
10 A. 3 ml. from Salem, 4 A. logans,
well, electrio water system, almost
new fi room, bath, garage, chicken
house and barn, $3400. Trade for
house in Salem.
2 A. in Vale, Oregon, 5 room house,
bath, barn, checken house, In city lim
its, $2560. Trad for city property or
275 State Street Phone 79f.
In a South Salem home. Comfort
able 5 room lunise on a choice lot,
64x105 ft. east frontage, paved street,
garage, fruit and shruba Price re
duced from $3000 to $1800, only $300
cash, baL $25 per month including 6
CHILDS MILLER, Realtors
344 State Street Phone 6708.
15 Acres Extra Good Land $1400
Good ( room house, barn, hen
house. Owner going east, forced to
sell at sacrifice price, $1400 some
terms : on market road.
SEE BECHTEL, or THOMASON
341 State Room 4
We have email farm stocked and
equipped for Salem home.
6 room plastered house, garage,
only $850. Easy terms.
Six room house, close, partly fur
nished, rent $18. t
M "GILCHRIST & PENNINGTON
20J-10 U. a Nafl. Bank Bldg.
MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE
10-R. rooming house, basement, fur
nace. All nicely furnished. Close to
state house. A little money down and
move in. Best bargain ever offered.
JAS. D. SEARS, Realtor
132 South High Street
Here it is Just finished, 10$5 N.
ISth St Your husband can afford to
bay this beautiful S room up to the
minute house. Small down payment.
Balance tike rent. See owner. 141$
N. l$th. Tel. 437T.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Fine farm. 347 acres, house, t R., 2
barns, poultry and hog houses. On
mail and milk route, close to school.
Price $11,000. Take some trade, some
cash. Xiotxl terms on balance. SEE
BECHTEL or THOMASON
241 State Room 4
25 acre farm with fair buildings,
stock and tools; will take a small
acreage or clear suburban home as
part payment and easy terms oa the
A modern city home clear, to ex
change for a farm property of like val
ue or might assume same. See Chas.
W. H. GRABENHORST A CO.
124 a Liberty Street, Salem, Oregon
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Will trade equity in 6 A. modern
building, fruit, filberts, 3 mile N. K
Salem. WiU assume a farm 40 to 80
A, with good Improvements, eleetrkv
lty, good road, bottom land, and wtil
trade good td mortgage for stock and
equipment or eome. Box It, ear
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I i i rii
ped lnto Salem every week. $75
worth of cakes, pies ard pastries
are shipped In and sold by Salem
!;'r ch week. If aU this
bread aad pastries were mads In
Salem it would add 1 people to
There are now 10 bakeries In
Salem. 4 wholesale and retail,
employing over 100 people.
Easter will cotne on the Uth of
prU, 1?JJ Ju,y 4th come on
Tuesday. Christmas on Monday
The Ean sranclsco earthquake
happened on April it, le.
The first steamship that crossed
.,ocan brought back a new
i-ngllsh book that scientifically
proved steam navigation & physi
cal Impossibility. '
Testerday's cold weather re
minded us of the big snow storm
and cold weather which came just
about 1$ year ago. Qua Hixaon.
circulation manager, was telling
a how he shoveled snow a full day
in Corvallls and earned $3 for his
work. He also rememlered that
the snow was so deep he a-nTte
pay $21 for a pair of high top
boots to keep his feet dry.
EXCHANGE Real Estate
Ser. sta. for farm. Bx. 8$, Statesman.
FOR SALE FARMS
6$ acres with 21 acres of heps. I
hop houses, on Willamette river, I rm.
house, electricity, has school loan of
$3300. For a few days will offer for
$135 an acre, cash payment of $2800.
175 South Hlirh Street
10$ A. bottom soil, nnnrlir Imnrn,
I want you to come In and make me a
proposition on this. Your term a If
you are looking for something good,
don't pass this up.
It C. SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. Tel. 902
A PEACH OP 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 V value. Come see
me before you say no. Never such a
JAS. D. SEARS, ' Realtor
13? South High Street
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
FOR SALE 1 thoroughbred black
and white Shetland trick pony, espe
cially trained ror children. Cash. Box
MONEY TO LOAN
MADE on furniture, cars, salaries
or other good security Repayable
monthly. When tn financial need see
us before closing a loan.
First National Bank Blg. Phone 8$$3
'Bells of Harmony
Heard over KOIN dally
ring out a loan service that
ts really, really different.
TOD GET THE FULL
AMOUNT OF LOAN
ONLY LAWFUL INTEREST
QUICK AND COURTEOUS SERVICE
ON LOANS $10 to $300
Room 119 New Bllgh Bid. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATE
813 State St TeL 3-7-4-0
MONET LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce yout payments
Too keep the oar
P. A, EIKER
Cor. Liberty St and Ferry
Phone 4733 Saleta, Ore
MONEY FOR THE HOLIDAYS
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 0:30 P. K.
Telephone 778 State License 8-145
FOR SALE WOOD
Call Saggie for dry flr. oak, ash
and maple. Reasonable prlcea Phone
GUARANTEED DRY wood-
TeL $000 8s lent Fuel Co. Trade 4V
Dry wood at Tracy's Phone 39$4.
Good wood, deprea, prlcea, TeL $749.
Old flr, It". $4.50. Dial TI0O.
POLLY AND HER PALS
I I I I I a--ktl, 11 m.i. . li . .
. I lAlXOHOL AND ONUV f I I I 3s liCS A l: 1 iflfr TW-T W "S I IV r7T T1 S -
i tan 11 psr? w mm
Iff up. q gjj jgps flI 3Bilfl 4if
FOR SALE wnnn
DRY FIB IKn nilr arr-Lnri
rr r gooa tuaiitv and
I.ARMKR TRANSFCT 41 8TORAOE
-In. old fir. Phone 4$tS.
Aah, flr and o&k. Tet ie.
Dry oak, flr, S, TeL 7.
1-251 1X,?n-d..rowth. oak. any
I" old lir. I4.JJ. TeL $4(3.
Old flr, 18 in., $4.5. TeL 383S.
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Sun rl v fh k.. "
tanir men" clrthlng. RewarSf TeL
ST-Engllsh tter. female " dci
l"SS0Z',,n orang, .pot ?n
: v-wi or 481.
hiif ST5.a?2.9f" yrtat watch at
retuVn to StatesmlS-
FOR SALE USED CARS
SAXEM USED CAR CENTER
!$ Coach ;.ZT
I'll Sport Roadster
13 Sport Roadster
m. pus., 4
193 4 -speed truck
ficrup runs rood
1930 Chevrolet Coach s ae
o!?1? nel Delivery ISO 0
5n" uoupe iss.oe
?.uJfk. 8lrl Coupe - 140.00
i iseaan 100.00
i criatis TltADES
Charlie or Larry
Phone T10 Marlon at Liberty Sta,
McKAT" TTsrnT niBo
..lY1!11 .AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
x-ora coupe ta oe
:::: i.1J,",0',cn .eaan 243.00
1929 Ford Snort Rn.tfT'
1931 Ford Coupe .
1930 Bulck Coupe
1931 Stude 8 Coupe
1920 Coupe I
1920 Sedan .
1930 Coach .
Liberal Trades Easy Terms
McKAT CHEVROLET CO.
Center Phone 3189 430 N. ComT.
Light 1929 mod. coupe, grod condl
tfon, cheap. Write Bot 98. Statesman.
NOW ' WRECK r?in
1-1930 Chev. truck, dual wheels
1-1928 Ford 2-door
1-1927 Oak Sedan
1-1928 Ford Roadster
Theso cars are readv to m
ACME AUTO A TRUCK WRECKERS
H Block Bo. of Paper Mill
4S0 8a Com'L Phr.n T7t
Group From 'Green
Will Sail Thursday
For Alaskan Lands
HAZEL GREEN. Dec. 8. Mr.
and Mrs. Dock Stivers, nee Lena
Deerlng, ylsitors of Mrs. Sil
vers' brother, Julias Deering. and
Mrs. W. H. Williamson left for
Seattle where they expect to sail
December 15 to Dandas, Alaska,
where they will make their home
ror the winter. Mrs. Silvers spent
spring and summer here with
her brother, Julius Deering, and
Mrs. Williamson. Mrs. Silvers'
marriage was an event of Octo
ber 22 at Seattle.
Mr. and Mrs, Earl and two
children have moved into the
house on the corner of w.
Ware's farm. The house waa re
cently vacated by Mr. Ware's
son-in-law, Clyde Trotter and
family, who moved to Woodburn.
The Earl family came from Ok
lahoma early this year.
For Members Play
Casts of Classes
INDEPENDENCE, Dec. 8
Play casts will be the Inspiration
of parties Thursday and Friday
erenlnga. Thursday evening after
the plays Helen Newton will en
tertain at her home for the sen
ior play cast Including: Gertrude
Gentemann, Myrtle Fox. Eliza
beth Baker, Olga Syrerson, Jack
Berry, Joe McEldowney and Hel
lone Moore will entertain Fri
day evening at her home for the
junior play cast including: Beryl
Kelley, Paul Carey, Melford Hoo
ver, Henry Quiring, Marlon Ruef,
Pauline Sloper. Eleanor Bell,
Chester Lenhard, Edward Dunck
el, Alfred Haener, Richard Mo
Kee, Myrtle Swerlngen, Joan An
derson and lone Moore.
REV. BATES RETURNS
MILL CITY, Dec I. Rev. and
Mrs. A. C. Bates returned to
home In Mill City this week from
Klamath Falls, where Rev. Bates
has been supplying ths pulpit of
the Christian church since the
death of the pastor ther. His
place la the Mill City church has
been filled by William Cone of
the Eugene Bible iverslty.
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PORTLAND. Dec. 8 (AP)
Continued weakness In butter
here in the face of severe weath
er conditions comes as direct
result of manipulation by specu
lative storage interests a short
time ago. Further loss of lc In
cube butter during the regular
session, following a cut of 2c
during the special session the pre
vious day, can easily be accounted
tor by this manipulative inflq
ence which caused the Influx of
not only a very considerable sup
ply of midwest butter to the Pa
cific slope trade, but also supplies
from New Zealand.
Market for eggs continues to
show gathering weakness hera
with the added local as well as
eastern declines. The new cut of
2c dozen by the local co-ops was
met by additional cuts among out
siders. Even though there is a glut of
turkeys and prices are very low
there, chicken values, with the ex
ception of springers, continue to
top the list. This is yery unusual.
Lower prices are being named
for veal and hogs in the country
killed meat trade. The oversupply
of veal is especially marked and
lower live hog values have hurt
Too many country killed lambs
are reaching the local trade, cre
ating adverse price and market
conditions. Sales la general are
seldom above 9-9 c, only a few
hitting a dime. Ewes are scarce
and continue In call.
Baillie if Teacher
At Mt, Angel: Has
MT. ANGEL. Dec. 8. William
H. Baillie of Salem has accent
ed the position of teacher of the
aixtn grade of St. Marv's nubile
school. He will finish out the
term of Herbert MIchelbrook.
who has resigned to teach dsv-
caoiogy and Latin at Mt. Angel
Mt. Angel feels Itself fortun
ate in obtaining the serriCA.q r.f
Mr. Baillie who has a splendid
record as teacher and disciplin
arian. He was at one time rural
school supervisor and 4-H club
leader of Marlon county and lat
er head of the boys' state train
ng school. He is also a former
student of Mt. Angel colleeo.
Senior League Ready
To Present Pageant
SILVERTON. Dec. 8. Finish
ing touches are being put this
week on the pageant which Is
to be given at the Ira ma nu el
church Sunday night by the sen
ior league with Miss Clarissa
Brager in charge. Special music
will be furnished by choruses and
half hour song service will be
held precedlnar the Dae&ant.
SOW Portland 620 Ke.
8:00 Morning Saaihine.
P!l5 Cookinf school.
: Arion trio, NBC.
10:80 Woman' Mat-tine, XBC.
12:15 ."arm and Home hour, KEO.
1:45 Lady Nsit Door, NBO.
:00 Mr. Skee!' Better Enli ulk.
3. SO Tea Tim Bataar.
4:30 The MeUo Cello.
4:45 Tb Wandering Minstrel.
5:00 Cosmopolitan. NBC.
8:30 Ifule Orphan Annie, NBO.
8:00 F1rt NiRhter, NBC.
7:45 Wanda Uawley Scroeea sad Styls
8:00 Aaioa "n" Andy, NBO.
:45 Two Bow and a Gal.
10:15 Kelly' daee orcaeitra.
11 :0O Hoot Owls.
KOIN Portland 940 Ke.
6:00 KOIN's Kkwk.
7 :0O Organ.
7:45 Chapel Chirac hour.
8:30 OoUen Melodies.
9:30 Betty Crocker, DLBS.
10:00 George Hail's reheatta. CEg.
11:00 Trod Barron's orchestra, CBS.
1:00 Book ot Life.
5:8f March of Time. CBS.
:00 All-Americas yootbali Show, CB3
7:00 Muaic That Satisfies, CBS.
7:80 Chandu. Ua Maciciaa. DLBS.
3:00 Jack Lenard.
:0O Onto Nelson aad orchaatra. CBS
t:$0 BetwfMa the Goal Poita. DLBS.
IS: IS Ted rio BiU'a orcheatn. DLK8,
11:20 Do Silvia's ftoyal Knights.
-XX Portland 1180 Kb.
7 :00 Morning -erenedera.
9:00 Muaio Appreciatioa hoar.
9:00 Julia Hares' Helpful Hints
9; SO Striagwood ensemble.
10:00 Mardl Qr.
11:00 Vida B. Sutton.
11 :80 Soloist
11:44 Concert Petit.
13 :4S Common w-alth ei lan- h-l .
S:0e KametK Spaacas.
3 .00 Waldorf Aatoria orchestra
8:30 Harlem Pastas?.
3:45 Dnc Matter.
8:00 NBO football rally.
8:30 Tana a at the Apes.
8:4S Night Seag.
: Jimmy K-ehardtoa.
:45 Coagrea Hotel srehettra.
10:00 Star Books.
NERVOUS GRAIN MART
LOCAL BUTTER AND EGGS FALLING
Wheat Closes Y Off
lo y& up; Corn,
CHICAGO, Dec. 8. (AP) As
sertions by leading trade experts
that apparently all commodities
had reached a shock-proof level
did much to rally grain prices
today from nervous downturns.
Transient weakness of grains
was more or less associated with
an unexpected increase of govern
ment estimates of cotton produc
tion. Evidence quickly developed,
nowever. that houses with eastern
connections were buyers of wheat
on price setbacks and that many
traders were becoming more and
more uneasy about possible severe
damage to domestic winter wheat
by Insufficient snow protection
against low temperatures and be
cause of persisted widespread
Wheat closed Irregular, off
to H up compared with yester
day's finish, com to ad
vanced, oats unchanged to
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat December, 44: May,
48-48; July, 48-H.
Corn December, 22 -23;
May. 27-; July. 2 .
Oats December. 15; May.
ITS; July. 17.
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dee. 8. (AP)
rroaace erchnr, net ericei: Bntter
sxtru SSc, tuadirds 25e. irim finu
c. mni 2c. t.i rrrth eitri 26c
rORTLAND, Ore.. Doc. 8. (AP)
wtioat Upea Hig;a Low C1o
Dvaibtr 45 2
U'J 'V4 -47 .47,
Cash .beat: Bic Bend bhmitni V i .
dark Uard winter, 13 par cent .51, 11 per
cen .,- aon wnia, nara winter .42 H
wetter- white, northern tpriei .41V
wet tern re4 .41.
OaU Xo. 2 white $17.
Cora No. 2E yellow $17.50.
Millruo Standard 112.-5.
PORTLAND. Ore., Dec. 8. (AP)
Lame Kecoipu ,5, ealTs 10; steady.
Steer. 00 to 000 pound, medium
$113 5 25, common 12.75-4.25; 900 to
1100 poand. medium $4-5.25, common
82.50-4; 1100 to 1-00 poand. tnedinsi
$3.75-4.50. Heifers, 550 to 850 pound,
medium $3.50-4.25. common $2,50 3.50.
Cow, common and oedieai $2-3, low sut
ler and cotter $1-3. Bull, yearlmf e
cluded, good and choice (beet) $2.25-$,
cotter, common and medium $1.50-2.25.
Vealer. milk fed. good and choice $5
5.50. auediam $3.75-5. cull and common
$2-3.75. Calvea. 250 to 500 posnda, good
and choice $3.75 5. coo uacn and mediam
Ho KvceipU 250; iteady.
Lirht l.rht. 140 U ISO Mudi .aad
and choice. $3 3.75. LichtweifhU, 180
to 180 pound. $3.50-8.75; ISO ts 200
poand. $3.50-3.75. Medium wolf at, 200
to 220 pound $3.25-3.75: 220 ta 250
pound $3 S.75. Heavyweight. 250 to
290 ponnd. $2 85 8 85; 290 to 350
pound. $2.T5-3.50. Pacltiag ao-. 275
to 500 pound, medium and rood. $2.50-$.
Yrrdera-ttocker. 70 to 130 pound. gfoi
and choice, $2.50-3.
8hep receipts 700; atcady.
Lam hi, 00 pound down, good and
choice $4,75 5. medium $3.50-4.75, all
weights common $2.50-3.50. Taarling
wether. 90 to 110 poand. medium to
choie $1.25 3. Ewaa. 90 to 120 pound,
median, to choice. $1-1.25; 120 to 150
pound, medium to choice 75c $1.25; all .
weights, cull to common, 50-75.
PORTLAND, Ore.. Dee. 8. (AP)
Bnttor PtibU, 92 acor or better 28c,
-gg Pacific Poultry Froducer ell
Ing price: Freh extra lir, (tandard
22-. medium I.e. pullets 22c
Country meat Selling price to retail
are: Country-killed hoj. best butcher
under ISO pound 4H-&C pound; el
er, 8O-100 pound-, 6-6Hc; lamb 9-lOc,
yvarlinga 6e, heavy ewaa 8 4c, canner
cow 2 8e, bulla 4-4 He.
NaU Oregon walnut 15-19 pound.
Teanut 10c, Braaila 1214c. almond 15
16c. filbert 10-S2e. pecan 20c
Cascara bark Baying pricea, 1932 ocet
Hop Nominal. 1982. 28-28e pound.
1 Butterfat Direct to shippers: Station
---25c Portland delivery price: Churn
ing ereasa 25c, sweet cream higher.
Llv poultry Net buying price: Heavy
1 hens, colored. 4. pound. lc pound: do
aediam 11a: lighta 9e: spriaga, eotored.
tic: all weights, white. lOe; old rooa
! tera. Te; deck. Pekln. 10-11: gvese,
I Onions Selling price to retailer : Ore
1 gon 90e-$l cental. Yakima 80 $1.
Potatoes Local 65-70 oraaga box.
Desahatea Oaas 9 --$. Taklma Cams
Wool 1933 clip, nominal: Willamette
valley 11-15e pessd. eastern Oregea 10
12. Hay Bo ying price from producer: AU
falta $11.50 12. clover $9-9.S0. aasUra
Orogoa timothy $18.58, eats and vetch
110 Archie Loveland.
11:80 Bal Tabaria orchestra.
XOAC Cervams 650 K.
7:00 -Terming Meditation, led by Rev.
8:00 Morning concert.
10:00 Home Economies Ob server.
11 :0 Farm hear.
2:80 Demtiatry end Health.
8:00 Book Worth Beadier A lead to
the Family t Precioas Bane Mrs.
M. Ell wood Smith.
8:30 A Tea Like It Aathoay Kawer.
7:10 PoUenation ot Nat 0. X. Schu-
7:40 Why Make a Local Oeatract
Prof. J. Lloyd Le Master.
8 :15 Philosopher of th Croatroads
Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, f 1.S8 per
(Milk bmii oa enj nonlhlr
Butter fat Sweet, 27c;
Butter Cubes, 29c;
FRUIT AKD VEGETABLES
Prices psid to gmwen by &!ta buyer
(Ths price bo'.ow. appli4 oy s local
pocr. ar ladicati of th dally surket
mrm m runatNt By TBS SUtMmao I
ameas canoaj. Soa. . .jo
Carrot a. dot. 20
Carrot. 40 bag "go
Boot, local, do. .15 to 20
Turnip. Kea,l. do. . ts
Orsoa psppor. lb. . .05
Cabbac. ack ... jo
K-diho, do, boochoa jo
Osiona. dot. baacbt Jo
-seal potato .75 to I 00
c set potatoot. crat
lSlary heart, dox.
Lesl eolorr. do.
T-ocal Uttara. crat
To Dalle lettocs
notboa tomatoo. crat
OoicB. Walla Walla
Oaion. Labiih. 25 lb
IX bub aquh. do.
Paras I pt, ho ad red
Cauliflower, No. 1 erata
Crnbem'e. retail, lb.
Top, 1912. Ik.
Top. 1931. lb.
Turkey, lire, top
Ducks, lire, White Tekiti ....
Gc, lire ..
Lamb, top .
Hog&, tcp . . ..
Steer. firt cut
OS to 04
.01 to .02
03 to 03
GOAIN AND HAT
Wreat. wtfrn red .41 H
Wile, No. 1 !3V4
Birley. top. ton 14 00
0t. white, ton 14.00
Oat gray. top. toe 38.00 to 1900
Hty. bty.ng price
Oat and retch, ton 7.00 to 7 50
Alfalfa, -alley. lt cut. 9.00 to 10.00
Mohair 0 market
Walnut, orchard ran .10 to 12
Filbert, fair grad ij
Stocks and Bonds
f Copyright 1932. Standard Suttftic o.)
. 6. .2 60.4
. 62.6 60.9
- 69.8 71.4
. 92.4 105.7
- 71.3 78.0
. 53.2 47.4
3 years ago
ttiga i33 .
High 1930 .
94.9 108 101.4 101.9
83 8 97.3 96.6 92.8
20 20 20
. Ind'r RK' Ct'
i"T 52.B S 8 87.4
Previou day 52.7 27.0 86 9
Wek ago 51 4 25 9 s j 5
Tear ago 69.3 38.4 110 9
?J'ro 10 2 134.8 223.3 180.5
72. H 93.8 111.0- 73 9
JfL1,9 85 1 51 350
High 1930 202.4 141.6 281.8 205 8
Lo"" iPTO -112 9 86.4 146.5 114,7
Egg Producers to
Benefit from New
rOKTiiAND, Ore., Dec. 8
f AP) E. J. Dixon, general man
ager of the Pacific Cooperative
Poultry Producers, said today
that coast egg producers will ben
efit considerably If plans of the
western railroads for lower rates
are given approval by the eastern
At a recent meeting in Chica
go. Dixon said, the western roads
advocated a reduction from $2.26
a hundred pounds to $2.fX) a hun
dred la rates on eggs from the
Pacific coast to New York. And
other eastern points. It was said
this would meet whatever compe
tition steamship lines have to of
fer In the way of rates, in addi
tion to assuring prompt delivery.
Dixon said the eastern roads will
confer soon on the proposal.
Three couples were married in
a triple ceremony by Magistrate j
T. A. Henly of Ooldsboro, N. C. !
JO sad .40
.08 to .09
. .06 to .07
too .. I.-.
Eggs Down two Cents;
Butterfat a Cent
To 25c Price
Eggs and butterfat both went
the downward trail yesterday,
with butterfat and butter down a
cent, and eggs taklnr a two-rent
Butterfat is Quoted 2S on inur
and 27c on sweet; butter, 17c on
411 m us ana zjc on cubes.
Eggs carry a 20c top on extras;
19c on standards. 18c on mediums
and pullets continue at ISc.
NEW YORK. Dee. 8 (AP)
The stock market today cut back
to the slow-motion performances
that characf erlxed trading a week
United States government se
curitios looked best in the bond
nrct. although the highest
srade corporate obligations re-
'le4 a slightly mere confident
u Pont. U. S. Steel and Beth-
1-Lem Preferred and others lost
one point each on the day. Cop
pers dragged down a bit. reflect
ing recent heaviness of metal
prices which has in turn been a
reaction from uncertainties as to
hetber the stalemated interna
tional conference would reach an
agreement. Oils were dull and
Motors lacked the energy to fol
low up an early rise. Steel Com
mon. National Biscuit. Baltimore
& Ohio, Loew'8, Safeway Stores.
Standard Oil of New Jersey and
North American returned until
losses, but these were balanced
by narrow net advances In Amer
ican Telephone. Consolidated Gas.
Santa Fe. Union Pacific. Sears
Roebuck, American Can and
Business amounted to 704,921
Bits for Breakfast I
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contra y to their allegiance and
I believe the originator introduced
this clause from a de-'i to main
tain peace and order In the coun
try and to entitle us to the richt
ot call' on the organization for
assistance if we required It, as to
induce people to Join the organiza
tion It had bound itself to protect
only its own members and see
ing no other means of securing he
Hudson s Bay company's property
under my charge, on the legisla
ture sending me a written Invita
tion to join the organization. ' ac
ceded to It on the part of the
Hudson's Bay company. At the
time there were about three thous
and Americans in the Willamette,
and only about three hundred Bri
tish subjects In the V.'i.iametto
and at Vancouver and on the north
side of the Columbia -and be it
observed that the originator of the
clause which enabled me to loin
the organisation is the very man.
as I am Informed. -ho proposed
Bevcral times to the immigrants on
tie way here in 1843 to take Van
couver, and g.ve extreme orfense
to his cointrymen by lutrodjcin
this clause, which was a proof ot
now much his prejudices .as died
away. He first proposed to the
members of the legislature pri
vately to request me to accede te
the compact, and on their agree
ing to It he was authorized by
them to get my statements in tiie
samo manner aad then pr .1
to me. But at first I objected. He
hen pointed out the additionx.1
curity It would afford to the Hud
son's Bay company's property and
to the maintenance of peace nd
order in the country, and he ob
served in. the convc. nation. There
will be a lanre immie-ntion th!
r yon may depend t' "re will
be many who will follow William
son's example.' It immediately oc-M-rred
to me from the information
I had formerly received of this
man's prejudices against ns and
his knowledge of the feellngB and
sentiments of his countrymen to
wards us. that It would be prudent
for me to accept the Invitation
and It is by that measure that
peace and order has been main
tained in the country. As some
have attempted to Infringe on the
Hudson's Bay company's premises,
if we had not joined the organiza
tion many more would have done
ANSWER 60 ALARMS
PORTLAND. Ore.. Dee. 8
(AP) The fire department here
was called to 60 fires Last night,
most of them were from burning
flues and caused little damage.
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