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Grda la tbi dlnctarr nm
monthly bst oalyC BaUi
p UM pr awntk. f j
' doctor. t?l Sooth ConimofgUU Street.
Millar Beauty Shop, dial IMS.
3Mior BMuty Shop, dial tilt.
Burt Crary. tha caterer. Ph. 7SI.
Talgrthona 4418. R. Hi Horttmaaa.
DR. a I SCOTT. PSO, Chiropractor.
X& N. HlSh. Tal. Rac 15.71.
Iaternatlonat Correspondenoa achoola.
Xiatncaa, technical courses, Bx. 188.
C. McGlHlTray. Tel. I1M.
MRS. 8NELGROVE. 485 N. Cottaea.
Tei 74. Hematltchlng. &c yara
Drrssmkir. 431 S. Cottage. Ppperflat.
TOT flowera weddlnjc bouaut fun
eral wreaths, decoration a BV-Brelt-
tiaapU floriat. 577 Court. Tel. 04.
ALt, kiadi of floral work. Lots Flor
1st.' lth Market. Tel. 8591.
Auto and window glass mlrrora. TeL
Sit. Walter J. Powna. Breya
; BFTTR A HENDRICKS
J9 N. HJrh Tet 4947
THH NSW HAL EM LAUNDRY
TRTB wkider laundri
sts a III ah tTeU 115
CAPITAL CITT LAUNDRT
strst In Quality and Service
Telephone 15 1284 Broadway
Ehinuiuai rTolrp1 and ' traded.
HARRT W. SCOTT. "The Cyde Man"
Mattresses from factory to home.
Serine mat tress $$.00. Renovators and
t umlgators.- Ruga cleaned. Capital Bed
ding Co. TeL 4069. 2030 -N. CapltoL
New mattress made to order, old
remade ; carpet cleaning, alzlng ; fluff
rug weaving. Salem Fluff Rag A Mat
tress Factory. S. llth as Wilbur. TeL
$141. Otto F. Zwlcker. Est 11L
QEO. C. WILL Pianos, radios, sew
h mashliu sheet music and piano
studies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sewing machine atax otrcm.
win tnda aultar and lessons for
anything I can use. 8torhow, 450 Court.
tw rhin Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 10 :$0 a.m. ,
t430j. m. 14S JS. wmnmrciaL
..s-rn oTiTiftvEBT. ea.rda Damnh-
lets. programs, books or any kind of
Krlatlcg. caU The Statesman Printing
Department. $15 S. CommercUL Tele-
J. D. Clement, Income Tsjt BPt.
rtltmr 110t N. ComL Tel $030
REAL ESTATE -
' DBCKS a HENDRICKS, TeL 4947.
. a rjwtv 8t. TeL f4lt.
.MB p. -
onrrtT ia"BlTT S SON
$04-1 First NafL Bk. Bids. TeL T$tT.
r.-n .tM MMirinaL Steves
Aw!.f V,ntw and wnSTed, Att
klndaoT wove wire feaeo,
: . " , k..Mt hanka loran hooks.
IvrL Stove Works, 841
r-v-. r.u 4T74. R. Fleming.
. . t rrrY Transfer Co. 218
State St TeL 777$. Dlstrlbu for-
wantlna ana aioras -
Get our rates.
n , 4iaant transfer storage.
eaHllStjiriner Transfer Co. Trucks
r. a. West $ years xpertencs.
RFD S. rfare IPS E. TeL
Union Hill Granger
-.. . rr e i.l Will accept residence tar
WO Gather Tonight XtS-
VICTOR PIONT, March 16.
- Mi i Itel
Union -Hill grans. TV"
regular meeting at .me naw
day night. Marcn r
rn"71r-eetlnU; mly bo Vnlshed
hw t? SO In tlmo tor the progrsm,
belnr turntahed by Salem Cham -
veins; . a...n.&meT.ta
Dr OI TO-mo"- ""r?Tw
. h m&de by the grange
loctnrar Elsie Tate Lunch Willi TOUR OPPORTUNITTi lie acres
lecturer, jcisio -. i mltos of tood tiu-
ZOlIOW. ' ' I .ki land. 2696 oords et fine timber.
. 03T HONOR ROU.
' HITBBARD March 18 - The
yHUUUAlUf. rj"a ". ... - tv -
new honor roll llt contains tne
names f Frieda Toget, -. Leah I aood t reom house tornlahed, T&e-w-nmHt.:
ftaftr KroWBL MarJorialmeat. garage, $jredatreet, goo Jo-
,WoUet JLiicttlerZehner .and Anna
Siagle tassvtloa tr Umclffc
ThrM IomtUou fr
81x lasertleu par Ua..IOe
Ob aetU per Ua..H.t
. Ul&Iaia efearf ..tl.
'- Copy tor tkli pig
eopttd unUl C:S9 U oToa.
tat botoro pbllettoB tor
eUsclfJcAtlcm. Copy ro
Mired after tfcte tlmo wUl
bo raa under tbe heading
Too Late to CUeelfy.
Tie Stateemaa imbimi
no OnancUl reapaiuibnitjr
tor errora vbieb my p
paar In ndTcrtlsemenU pnb
U&htA in !U columns, and.
In CMOS where tbla paper la
at fanlt will reprint that
part ot an advertisement. In
-wblcb tbe typographical
Th Statesman reeerres
tho right to reject objec
tions! adTertlslag. It tmr
ther resenres tbe right to
classify all adrertlslng un
der tbe proper classifica
tion. HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED By an old. established
concern a man to represent na in Sa
lem and vicinity. Married; between
the asea of 28 and 45 ; must have a
fair education and be well regarded
by people who know him. A fine -opportunity
for the right man. Address
box 163. care statesman.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Good home and small wages. In fam
ily of two old people, for some elderly
lady. No washing or sweeping. Box
187, care Statesman.
Salesman with car, experience un
necessary, comm. basis, roofing, t:S0
a. m. Mr. Bondell. Salem Hardware.
WANTED 2 solicitor Car not nec
essary. Salem Hardware, 8 :30 a. m.
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Wet wash, 20 lbs., 50c 6070.
Sale or trade nearly new Maytag
elec. washer. J. R. Alexander, R.!.
FOR SALE Well rotted barn yard
fertilizer. TeL 4954.
Kale seed, 25c per lb., postpaid. H. E.
Hedlne, 595 So. 14th St., Salem.
FOR SALE Choice clover hay. $15
at ranch Joim J. ROBERTS Sc CO.,
Rebuilt dras saw for sale or trade
for motOTcycte. 798 N. 15th.
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Cash for fruit jars TeL 3593.
Why throw away good money T The
hosiery mending dept. at Grand Silver
store repairs hose like new. 5 a to 15c.
Dead and worthless horses, cows,
and sheep. TeL 4S69.
Used baby baggy.
Must be reason-
able. State price.
Box 186, care
Beat hair cut. Adults 20c. ebtldL 15c
Two Moclta 8 of library. S. winter.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Mod, rooms, roaaonable. $45 Marlon.
ROOM AND BOARD
Good rooms board. TeL $78$.
Students, business women, TeL 3202.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Pattcra apartments downtown. CaU
Pattern book store.
2 R. apt.. 2261 Hazel TeL
Nice furs, apt, 590 Union.
3 room modern apartment, 87$
North Liberty. Phone 4448.
Mod. St. heated apts. TeL 3490.
Strattoa Apta Nicely furn. $ rm.
spt. 670 N. Winter.
FOR RENT HOUSES
run. and unfurn, houses, R.
Forkner. 1610 N. Cottage. TeL 103L
Furn. or unfurn. modem 5 r. house.
Close In. Call 1131 or 7529.
Close la 1 sad 5 room furn. duplex,
1st floor. Garage. 864 mui St.
s rooms tie. TeL 7204.
FOR RENT Unfurnished modern I
twwiaa an1 afar, f IreDlace. furnace.
Eautsned Tor gas, .electric or wooa
range. TeL 446.
House Vlth raaa-e. garage, garden.
$$. -Geo. Stoddard. 1430 is. ft'ourta.
Modern 4-room furnished, furnace.
basement CaU 416 N. Cottage. TeL I
7 room house. Good location. Phone
S761 or 1307,
FOR SALE Real Estate
ofol rZZ camera Stable
FOR 8 ALB OR KXCHANOn
-treats saved. 5 room residence, gar-1
are. ahrube and flower. Price $7900,
Will accept reetaence miner out or
144 State Street Phone 8701
FOR 8 ALB Five room modern
1 ttlaaiered home, garage, clear, lor
j106 ,.. down and $u per mo.
8EK-, ir greer
I Tttr .ale or lease well equipped
j chicken, bog or dairy farm close to
I Salem, paved road. Phono 9121 or
1 write P. Ot Box 187. Salem.
evwrlaatlag runntng water, fla rrlnss.
I well fenced, good pawre, ernall lrn -
I provementa The s ice is oniy
liad easy terms oaa be arranged tor
l . , r
I Zl3F'-L pimirigtosr
FOR SALE RJ EsUU
New I B Kouae, X. llth St. SeaaJ
payaaeat down, bat Uke rent. TeL 41T7
or eaU 1415 K. itth.
EXCHANGE Seal Estate
WItX, PAT OR AS3UMB rXTFTBR
XNCS FOR GOOD DAIRT FARM
- Offae ror exchanse two toed mee
era horaea near Olsndora, Calif. Tatae
t50f for both.
CHILDS A MTT.T.KR. Realtors
t4 State Street Phoae 8781
FOR SALE FARMS
l-DANDT PLACES .
19-acrea. 8-R. house, bath, elect rio-
icy, svoa Darn, au ia cuit., pnoa 8,
500.68. .Close in. WUl aire terms.
88-acr'ea 11-A. walnuts, partly tn-
teraet with peaches. 2 8-A. pruass, fair
lmproTementa ; a Die Dsrasu zor i.
750.00: give terms.
STOCKED EQUIPPED r
80-acrea, about 15-A. colt It-A
bottom land. About 2009 cord wood
timber, nice trout stream, new 4-R.
house, bars and poultry house. I
horses. 1 cow. heifer, chickens and
Implements for only $2700.00. Better
ouy now as you win pay more soon.
J AS. D. SEARS. REALTOR
132 South High Street
TO CLOSK AN E8TATE
$1400. Good farm, $4 acres, 0
cuit some timber, good pasture,
sprina and well water. R. house,
barn, chicken house. Consider some
trade. Best buy In the valley for the
money, nurry ana suite
BECHTEL or THOMAS ON
$41 State Street Room
Comfortable 5 room plastered house
witn o iota, Dest or soil Price $1750,
terms iiae rent.
e-10 of an acre on paved road.
room house, electric lights, drove welL
garage and woodshed. Price $890, lib
- 2 acre tract, dark rich soil, drove
well, electric lights, buUdlnr partly
completed. Price for all $850, cash $50,
oat i per monin, mtereat.
CHILDS A MILLER. Realtors
344 State Street Phone 8708
$3 acres 4 acres beaver dam. Good
room bungalow. 60 acres cultivated.
Price $8000 will take smaller place
to $4500 as part
Hawkins & Roberts
For Farm Bargains
WANTED REAL ESTXTE
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Have client with lot and cash bal
ance for 6 rm. mod. house N. from
$1500 to $2000. What have youT
VAN M. GREER
Room 214 Oregon Bldg.
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Cash buyer for modern houee In
North Salem: call me and I will In
spect your property.
H. a SHIELDS
Orejron Bldg. TeL $903
Qarago nd service tta. Tosl. 853.
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
SURPLU S B A B Y" CHICKS aVsac
rlflce prices Tuesday and Friday
only. See our bargains. Custom hatch
ing. Hatching eggs Phone 133F2,
Lee's Hatchery, Salem, Oregon.
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Custom hatching, 500 eggs at lo
every Saturday and Tuesday. TeL
133F2. Lee's Hatchery.
FOR SALS: Two cows coming fresh
soon, $28 and $15. Phono 100F22.
Baby chicks and custom hatching.
Can use wheat and wood. Warmers
Hatchery, 1160 N. Fifth street.
FOR SALE: Very fine young cow
to freshen soon. Phone 16F12.
Little roosters for sale. Ruby Wood-
ward, K. 9, Box 69B. Tel. 44F13.
MONEY TO LOAN
Room 119 New Bligh Bldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATE
111 State St TeL $-7-4-0
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Arrange to reduce yout payments
You keep the ear
P. A. EIKER
Cr. Liberty St sad Ferry
none 4721 Salem. Ore.
MADE on furniture, cars, salaries
or other good security. Repayable
monthly. When tn financial need see
us before Hosing a loan.
First National Bank Bide- Phone 1551.
Borrow en personal property; repay
In monthly Installments. WILLAM
ETTE LOAN CO.. State lie. S-149. 101
Ouardlan Bldg. TeL 1877.
FOR SALE WOOD
DRY FIR AND OAK WOOD, oal
and fuel elL CaU on ns tor price. We
give com measure, gooa quality aao
LARMER TRANSFER STORAGE
Ash, fir sad oak. TeL 164$,
Dry wood that Is dry. CalL 11$F18.
Dry wood $4.00. Phone 911L
Dry wood. TeL 7880.
Dry old fir and oak wood.
I PHI I V A NTs HFR
GOT YEARS "TTV-JINK
FOR SALE WOOD
Me. 1 It to. eld Or, $4.00. TeL 4450.
Good dry wood. Reasonable.
load. TeL $$47. Fred 2. Wells,
ls In. dry tad Rr. $2.50 ev lead.
Plaaer ends $2.50 sar toad, at Trsoya
TeL MOO Salem faal Co.
r.. -- e va
Dry oak $5.00. George Meltxler. Mar-
LOST AND FOUND
LOST White silk scarf with black
polka dots. Reward. TeL 7112.
LOST Maltese brae Persian cat.
Young. Reward, 1170 Marks t. TeL
MADAM ROMTNB. spiritualist,
palmist, tells all In love, marriage.
business. If yon wanrracts. not prom
teas, call on nor for advice. Noah's Ark
Auto Park, north on highway.
FOR SALE USED CARS
MCKAY'S USED CARS
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
18 Essex Coach $ 25.00
19 Ford Tudor Sedan trunk 185.00
'19 Dodge Std. Coupe
19 Uulck sedan
'SO Sport Roadster
Four 1931 Ford and Chevrolet Trucks,
long wheel base, dual tires, 4-speed
trans. Completely reconditioned and
guaranteed $385 to $75.
Open Evenings and Sundays
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
S3$ Center Phone 319 430 N. Com!
PORTLAND. March 16. (AP)
Continued spread of prices in
the egg market appears due more
to the sale of huge quantities of
undergrade In Portland than any
Rapid Increase in the sales of
undergrade eggs In Portland has
caused huge supplies to roll here
from the north inasmuch as this
market appears to absorb the In
ferior grades better than any
place along the coast.
Market for butter showed a
loss of He each ia standard and
prime first cubes on the produce
exchange, a result of the desire
of bears to keep extras at the
highest range. Butterfat values
were still mixed but a trifle easier
Market for live chickens was
very firm siong tne wholesale
way. Market continues to show
strength for dressed turkeys. Sales
of ordinary stock were being made
at the price on tops, which prob
ably means an advance of lc for
the latter, If available,.
There was a slower trade In
country killed calves during the
last 24 hours and some carryover
was shown. Hogs and Iambs
well as mutton continued In call,
and at late prices
Further rise in dry bean prices
were showing with primary points
not at all inclined to sell even at
late advances. Some demanded
money when cash was not beller-
When offered It
Of Children Home
UNION, March II The at
tendance of the Union grade
school has decreased nearly three
quarters in the last few weeks
due to measles. Out of an enroll
ment of 40 students only 12 re
Mr. and Mrs. Dale Cutsforth
are the parents of a son born
In Boston Wools
BOSTON. March II (AP)
Optimistic sentiment in the wool
market is spreading and is back
ed up by committments tn raw
material by manufacturers, a
large volume ot wool is selling
with prices showing an upward
tendency. A slsablo -volume ot
both St, 0s and 4s and finer
clothing territory wools hare sold
at 40 scoured basis. Average 12
months Texas wools and bulk
Trench combing Its and finer ter
ritory wools in original bags, are
bringing 42-42 scoured basis.
PLAT HUGH SUCCESS
AUMSVILLE. March If
"Professor Pepp," the student
body play was presented to a
full house Friday night In the
school auditorium. Music was fur
nished by Pennells orchestra and
the high school girls gleo club.
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EGG HI IS
BELOW LIST YEAR
Portland Prices Cent Above
Year ago; Coast Markets
CORVALU3. Ore., If arch IS
(AP) Egg prices at Portland a
eent above a year ago, coast pro
duction oft 20 per cent from last
year, and total storage holdings in
the country about a million eases
under March 1, 1932. are some
of the highlights of the egg mar
kets for the past week, it wi
shown today in a review by the
u. S. D. A. bureau of agrlcultur
al economics cooperating with the
O. S. C. extension service.
All Pacific coast markets were
steady with prices unusually un
iform during the week, Portland
prices for large Oregon extras be
ing 16 cents. Prices in New York
on Pscific coast eggs held steady
at 22V4 cents though termination
of the bank holidays weakened
the mixed color market.
Oregon and Washington showed
some gain In production but Cal
lfornla dropped off nearly a
much, so the total gain for the
week was less than one per cent
Production now Is a fifth under a
year ago. Carlot shipments east
were 66 for the week compared
with 92 a year airo.
Storage of eggs has slowed up
considerably because of inability
of operators to finance extensive
operations. Packers are putting
away their surplus receipts, how
ever, so that there was a consid
erable Increase In coast holdings
during the week.
The poultry market was gener
ally steady for all classes at Port
land, with broilers somewhat
scarce. Cold storage holdings In
the. country are eight million
pounds under a year ago and 15,-
000,000 under the March 1, ave
ENJOYED IT PEDEE
PEEDEE. March 16 Mrs.
Pete Ritner entertained Monday
afternoon in honor of her niece,
Mrs. Howard Perry (Lucille Ar
nold). Mrs. Perry received many
useful and lovely gifts. Those
present were Mi8es Leila Kerber,
Theda Condon, Minnie Ritner and
Mesdames Duleed trash, Clell Ker
ber, Roy Maltland, Frank
Sheythe, Emma Warner, William
Condon and baby daughter, Ro-
berdt Arnold, Thera Nomer, Lee
Williams, R. Glen Brady and son,
C. E. Kerber, Carl Skelton, Sed-
dal and Hull and the hostess, Mrs.
The business and social meet
ing of the Christian Endeavor
held at the school house Saturday
evening was attended by about
50 persons. Miss Nola Nomer was
elected president to fill the ts
cancy left by Mrs. Howard Per
ry who has moved to Indepen
dence. MYs. Herbert Ponkrants and
son Milton and daughter Loretta
of Longview, Washington, are
spending two weeks here with her
mother, Mrs. E. E. Burbank. Mrs.
Burbank has been an invalid for
a number of years and at pres
ent Is making her home with
her son, Chester and wife.
TBIDAT, MAKCH IT
XOW Portland 620 Xs.
7:1 Organ eoneert, SBO.
S:10 Crosscut Irom the Log of tbe
9 :li Cooking school.
10:10 Woman's Magaiine of tbe Air,
U:4f Organ eoneert, NBC
11 : 15 Western farm and Home hour,
12:45 O. M. Plummer.
1:00 Concert Artists, NBO.
2:80 I rasa Glena. organist, NBC.
4:00 rrieadly Chat.
5:00 Mahal the Msgleiaa.
6:00 First Nirhter. NBO.
7:45 Bits ef Melody, NBO.
8:00 Amoa 'a' Aadv. NBO,
t:18 Howard Tbarstoa, tbs Magician,
10 :0 -Hotel Mark Hopkins erebestra,
11:00 Ambassador Hotel orchestra, NBC
11:81) Organ concert, NBC.
rom Portland 940 Xa.
S-.tO KOIh Kleek.
7:90 Movie Chatter.
1:80 Dixie Baker sad Bob White.
9:S0 Betty Oreekev. DLBS.
11:00 American School et the Air, CBS.
1:00 Book ef Life.
4.-4S Cmil sad Belly, X.T.
8:9fl March ef Time, CBS.
6:80 Edwin C. Hltt, CBS.
9:00 Bead Best Rene.
10:15 Sport Flashes.
Ut--CervalUe M Xe.
T.-OO Morales Meditatieas. led by Xev.
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WHEAT SOARS HERE AND CHICAGO
BUYING RUSH FOLLOWS
Lid Lifted Saturday;
Profits Rise Into
CHICAGO, March II (AP)
In a whirlwind ot trading today,
grain values shot skyward to the
extent ot $50,000,000 benefit for
farmers alone. Profits to grain
traders rose -also Into millions of
Additional ' huge gains would
undoubtedly hare been realised
both by producers and specula
tors but tor emergency measures
enforced- to limit price fluctua
tions to an extreme of 5 cents
either up or down; from the latest
previous days finish. These em'
ergency measures,-which will be
removed after the close tomor
row, were intenfled to prevent
possible - undue wildness of the
markets, and to avert any conse
quent dangerous strain on credit
Widespread revival of public
confidence In commodity values
after the ending of the bank hol
iday period was the chief reason
that traders advanced to explain
the buying stampede witnessed
today. The soaring of prices swept
practically the entire list of
grains upward In less than a min
ute to the topmost limit attain
able today. It was estimated buy
ing orders tor 15,000,000 to 20,-
000,000 bushels of wheat alone
were unfilled because of the rap
id rise of the market and the
relative scarcity of sellers.
With only slight trsnsient re
cessions at any time today, wheat
closed buoyant, 5 to 5 cents
above the finish March 3, corn
3-34 up, oats 1T-2H advanced.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat May. 53; July 53;
Corn May, 27; July. 29;
Oats May, 18; July. 18;
PORTLAND, Ore, March IS. ( AP)
Produce exebanga, net price: Batter
Extra a 19e, standards 18 He, priaae firsts
18 He, flnU lie. Egga Freih extras 16c,
PORTLAND, Ore, Narck 16. (AP)
utter mnts, 92 score or better J la
sound, standards 20 He.
Egg fscifis Foaltry rroaueeri sell
ing prices: Fresh extras 10c, standards
lie, atedituas 13c
Cooatry meats Selling price te retail-
era: Ceontry -killed boga. beat butchers.
snder 130 pounds. 6H-6c: vealera. SO to
100 peaada, S-8He; iambs ll-12e, springs
lea, yearlings 5c, beery eves -6e, can
asr cows 3 H -I Vie. bolls 4-4 He.
Kats Oregoa walsaU 15-lSe poaad.
peannts 10c. Brasila ll-lec, almonds 1
16c filberts 10-tle. pecan SOe.
Ceseare bark Baying price. 19S3
Hobs KemiaaL 19SX. 24 26c.
Butt erf at Direct te skipperi: flution.
15e; Portland delivery prices, cbara
tot cream 13-lSc. sweet ereaai higher.
Lire poultry Bnrinr price: Heavy
beat, colored, 4 pound! ll-12c; do me
diums 10c: light 9c; rpringa. ngot lie,
heavy 12e; old roosters 5c; ducks. Pekia,
lorins 16c. old 10-12e. colored 10c
Onioni Selling price te retailer : ure
gen 80 90a cctanl, Yakima Spanish 75
Potatoes Local. 65-75e orange box;
Deichntee Gem $11. 15, Takima Gems
Wool 1922 clip. eomtBsl; Willametu
valley ll-15e pound, eastern Oregoa
POBfTLAKD, Ore, March 10. (AP)
Cattle Receipts 210, calves 10; steady.
Steers, 650 te BOO pounds, good $4.75
5.25, medium 94-4.75, common $9-4; 900
to 1100 pounds, good. $4.50-5, medium
$4-4.50, common $5-4; 1100 to 1300
ponnda, good $3.85-4.50, medium $8
3.85. Heifers, 550 te 750 pounds, good
$4.25-40, common-medium $2.50-4.25;
750 te 900 pounds, good-choice $4-4.25,
romraon-mcdium $2-4. Cows, good $3.50
3.75, common-medium $2.75-3.50, low cut
ter snd cutter $1.25-2.75. Bulls, year
lings excluded, good (beef) $2.50-3.00,
cutter-medium $1.50-2.50. Vealera. good
ekoiee $S.50-.15. medium $4.25-5.50;
cull-eomason $2.50-4.25. Calres. 250 to
500 poand, good-choice $1-4.50, eom-men-medhrm
Hogs Receipta 415; steady.
Light light. 140 te 160 pounds, gaod-
ekeica, $3.50 4 35. Lightweight. 160 U
ISO peaads, 4.2-4.i; lev to auw
poaade, $4.15-4.35. Aiediam weight, 200
te 210 pounds, $8.75-4.85; 220 to 250
pwaada, $90-4.15. Heavyweight. 250 to
20 poasida, $1.15-4; 190 to 950 pounds,
99.15-8.93. Packing sows, ITS to S50
peaads, good $3-3.75, $350 to 425 pounds
8J-9.80, 425 to 650 poand a $3-8.50; SIS
te 590 poand medium $1-8.28. Teeder
aad stacker pigs. 70 to 110 peaada. geed
Sheep sad lambs Receipts 450 ; steady.
- Lambs. 90 pound down, good-eheice
$8.94-5. 6. eeaunoa-mediua $3.50-55.
Tearliag vstbers, 00 to 110 pounds, good
ehoiee $$-4.10, snediam $2-9. Ewes, 90
te 120 sjoeads, good-choice $2.25-9.75,
110-150 peaads $2-9.50, all weights eota-
9:15 Masic Appreciation, ea illustrat
ed lecture coarse by Byron Ar
nold. 12:00 reran hear.
8:90 Lillian Jeiireye
fee Meat at Be
7:90 Fof. A. 41. X. Beaqaet "IVrtsV
taere sad Applying ThewT- to
7:15 O. T. MeWberter "Tree Bele-
lag Deaaeastratleaa, 1S99."
T:40 Kasiaees lasbstots ef Che Air
Adarosa by Pre. X. X. BeewertV
8 :45 Seleaee haws ed tbe Week.
. Grade B raw 4 asJOk,
co-op pool price, f 10 per
(Mirk based en seatl-mestkly
Bntterfat Sweet, 18c
Prises said to grewecs ey Sales beyers
fThe D rices below, saaelied ey a leeal
grocer, are iadlcstive et the sally ssarket
bat are eet raaraateec v Tae stateamaa
ratrfi aits tsobtables
Asparagas ... .11 to .11
Carrots. Callt, crate 1.75 te 1.00
Green peppers. OaliL, lb. ll
Pest. Calif, lb.
Cabbage. Ik. .01 Vb
Oaioas, dea. beaches 35
Potatees, Yskima Ke. 1 .65
Potatoes, local , .75 te 1.00
8week votitoes. erate 1.50
Teautteee, betkease, crste
Oaieas. Wslla Walla
Oaioas, Labish, ewt
Psmips. haadred .
Celery, CsUf- H crate
Hexieaa Tomatoes ...
.8.00 te 4.00
Itsiisa Broccoli, lb.
.07 to .08
.SO and .75
.40 end .60
. .40 te .CO
Cauliflower, Calif., erate.
Broisels iDronti. Calif, lb. .10
1.00 to 1.25
1.50 te 1.75
S.00 to 4.00
Oranges, fancy ,
Beeta. Calif., doa,
Turaipa, Calif- erate
Spinach, Calif, crate
Colored hens .
Hogs, first cuts
.08 te .04
.01 to JO
.07 U .09
.02 to .024
Dressed real, top
QBAUr ASD HAT
What, western red
White. No. 1
Barley, top, ton
Oats, white, ton .,
Oata, gray, top, ton .
Hsy. buying prices
Oats and retch, ton 00 to 11.00
Alfalfa, valley, 1st cut. .10.00 to 11.00
Alfalfa, eastern Oregoa 14.50
Stocks and Bonds
(Copyright. 1933, Standard Statistics Co.)
60 20 20 90
lad Is RR's Ct's Total
Today 54.4 29. 79.9 55.0
Preriousday 53.3 29.1 79.2 54.1
Week ago 44.7 24.9 71.8 46.4
Year are 69.9 81.0 107.T 64.4
3 yean ago 181.8 134.7 244.0 185.2
High 1939 65.2 90.0 95.S 58.S
Low 1933 , 42.8 23.5 68.1 43.9
High1932 72.3 89.8 111.0 73.9
Low 1932 .. 80.1 19.- os-B SJ.u
Today 61.9 61.4
Previous day 60.3 s.7
Week age 68.8 57.0
Tear ago 69.8 74.8
3 years ago 98.8 100.8
High 1933 66.1 65.7
Low 1938 58.8 37.0
High 1932 71.1 78.0
Low 1933 53.1 47.4
NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALE
On Saturday the 15th day ot
April, 1933, at ten o'clock A. M
at the West door of the Court
House, in Salem, Oregon, I will
sell at public auction to the high
est bidder for cash all the right.
title and interest of the within
named defendants, in and to the
following described real property
situated In Marion County, Ore
Lot 18, Block 7. Oaks Ad
dition to Salem, Marlon
Said sale is made by rlrtue of
a foreclosure Execution Issued out
of the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon for Marion County, to
me directed in the case of The
Prudential Insurance Company ot
America, a corporation. Plaintiff
vs. A. Richard Schmalle and HI
lian Schmalle. his wife: A. Lin
coln Schmalle snd Yinnle Schmal
le. his wife: Newton S. Schmalle,
single: Esther Schmalle Holmes
and H. T. Holmes, her husband;
Raymond A. schmalle and Grace
Schmalle. his wife; Fred S. By-
non and Stella I Bynon, his wife;
J. F. Ulrica and Business Men's
Adjustment Co.. Defendants.
A a BTJRK.
Sheriff of Marion Cosntr, Oregon
By W. RICHARDSON,
Attorney tor Plaintiff.
M 1T-24-21 A 7-14
sail M SMI M
52 Cents Quoted Hex
'On Wheat; Butter
Loses Half Cent
Wheat climbed tire cents ia
one lamp yesterday, to top or II
cents on both red and white of
ferings. Batter prints were down ,
a halt cent wholesale, hot n ,
change in the bntterfat taarket
First asparagus et. the season -is
in from the south, with' whole
sale quotation ranging from 12 te
18 cents to coyer the three sixes
offered, small, medium and large.
The medium Is retailing at two
pounds for 25 cents, or there
abouts. First local rhubarb is also on ,
the market, with the grower get- -ting
three cents a pound for the
Lettuce is up for the second
time In the week, and will, likely
climb again today. Yesterday's
wholesale figure ranged from $2
to 4, and smallest heads retail
ed for a nickel.
Carrots arev down a bit. wijtV
two prices, 21.75 and 22.
llffiO 0 CIS
Stubbornly Resist Profit
Taking; Call Money is t
Lowered to 4
NEW YORK. March 1G fAP)V
After a bustling forenoon,'
stocks calmed considerably today.,
leaving the field to newly report-;
ed commodity markets.
Stocks offered stubborn re-:
slstsnce to profit-taking; stone
time early the price range' for;
many issues was 1 to S points:
higher, but when the enormous
volume was considered the tick-,
er ran eight minutes behind for.
some little time It was apparent
offerings were substantial. Net'
losses at the finish were scatter
ing and small. The change in the
composite price was a rise of'
nine-tenths of a point against
Wednesday's rise of 7.7 volume.
was 3,301,085 shares.
That stocks were able to close
higher, on balance, after Wednes
day's strenuous market was fa
vorably hailed in Wall street.
which had regarded some ' cor
rection" as inevitable. Farm im
plemefit, food snd "beer" issues
commanded good support. Several
standard industrials moved ahead.
Net gains of fractional propor
tions were the rule for U. S. Steel.
General Electric, American Can.
General Motors. Sears Roebuck.
Chrysler, Eastman, American Tel
ephone, and .Bethlehem Steel. Al
lied Chemical U. S. Steel Prefer
red, Public Service of New Jer
sey. Union Pacific, Baltimore k
Ohio, Du Pont and Union Car
bide eased fractions to slightly
more than a point. Case was up
4, International Harvester la
Owens Illinois Glass 24, Nation
al Biscuit 1, Crown Cork nearly
Call money on the stock ex
change was lowered to 4 per cent
Tbe New York Federal Reserve
bank issued a gold statement for
the week ended March 15, show
ing imports of $1,355,000 from.
Latin America and the far east.
KLAMATH FALLS, Ore
March IS (AP) Jeanne Marie
Berguery, 22, was held here Wed
nesday for violation of federal im
migration laws. She was charged
with operating a disorderly
house. Illegal entry from France
and possessing a passport obtain
ed by impersonating her Amerl-ean-born
sister, Madeline. R. P.
Bonham, district United States
director of immigration, said that
the woman admitted the charges
made by the government and that
he will probably bo deported.
Miss Berguery, manager of a ho
tel here, entered the country in
1124, Bonham said.
Dies at Labisb
STOCKS C M BUT
LAKE LABISH, March If.
Mrs. Susan McMunn, aged 85, died
at- her residence hero at t p. tn.
Wednesday. Funeral services win
bo held Friday from the Cloufb-
IBarrtck company mortuary tn Sa
lem, interment to toltow tn the
By CLIFF STERRETT
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