The Oregon statesman. (Salem, Or.) 1916-1980, March 18, 1933, Page 7, Image 7

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The OREGON STATESMAN, Silent, Oregon. Satordiy Mornias March 18, mi- -
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Busiiiess
Directory
Card la this directory tun oa
tBoalhly basis cuty. Rat:
$L0t pr 11m per month.
AUTO BRAKES
Mlk Panek, th brake and aMmmy
doctor. ITS South Commercial Street.
BEAUTY PARLORS
Millar Beauty Shop, dial 7383.
Senator Beauty Shop, dial ttlt.
CATERING
Burt Crary. tha eaterer.P1itTS3.
CHIMNEY SWEEP
Telephone 4450. R E. Northnes.
CHIROPRACTORS
DR. a 1 SCOTT. PSa Chiropractor,
tat N. High. TL Re. ISIS.
Correspondence Instruction
International Correspondence echoola.
Buittneaa, technical coursea Bx. II.
C. MoQtlllTray. Tel 4113.
DRESSMAKING
MRS. SNELGROVK. 465 N. Cottajfa,
Tek T4II. HemaUtchlns. a yard.
Dreaemkr 4S1 S. Cottare. Upper Hat
FLORISTS
CUT flower, wadding bouquets fun
eral wreath, decoration a V. Breit
haupt, florist. S7T Court. TeL 1904.
At-T. kinds of floral work. LuU Flor
lat. lth at Market Tel. 9592.
GLASS
Auto and window glass mirrors. TeL
61. Walter J. uowna, ttfTjIgygL.
INSURANCE
BECKS HENDRICKS
18 S. High Tel 494T
LAUNDRIES
THH NEW SALEM LAUNDRY
TUB WEIDER LAUNDRT
U a High TeL im
CAPITAL CITY LAUNDRY
rirst In Quality and Service
Telephone 81 1 & 124 Broadway
LAWN MOWERS
Sharpened, repaired and traded.
HARRY W. SCOTT, "The Cycle Man".
MATTRESSES
ilalUaastia from factory to borne.
Spring; mattress $W0. Renovators and
fumlgatora Rugs cleaned. Capital Bad
ding Co. TeL 4089. 030 N. Capitol.
New mattress mad to order, old
. earnt clean tns. slsing ; fluff I
rug weaving, saiem uiu a "t..
trees Factory, a ISth Wllbor TeL
t44l. Otto F. Zwlcker. Eat 19 lL
MUSIC STORES
GEO. C WILL Pianos, radios, sew
ing machines, sheet music and piano
studies. Repairing radios, phonographs
and sawing machines. 4S2 State Street.
Salem. .
MUSIC INSTRUCTION
. . . 1 - rsn Mi 4-. I
Will traae guar iiu
anything 1 can uae. atoniv, iqv
MEDICINE
Dr. Chan Lam Chinese Medicine Co.
Hours Tuesday and Friday, 10:30 a.m.
"o :Q p. m. 148 N. Commercial.
PRINTING
FOR STATIONERY, card PfmP;
let programs, books or any kind of
printing. callThe Statesman Printing
Department 1 a CommercUL Tele
phon 9101.
PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT
N. D. Clement. Incom Tax Reports,
Auditing. 110 N. ComL Tel 1030
or 6867.
REAL ESTATE
"BECKB A - HENDRICKS, TeL 4947.
W. IL GRABENHORST CO
131 & Liberty St
SOCOLOFSKY ft SON
t1) . T-M.wi Rlc. Blda. TeL 7807.
STOYES
STOVES and stove repairing. Stoves
for aS. rebuUt and repaired. All
Wndaof woven wire fence, fancy and
Salem Fence and Stove Works, 2
k..MV rs 1 B)i. till, aj. a. :
TRANSFER
CAPITAL CITY Transfer Co. 22
crftrTeL 777- Distributing, for
wwdlS and storage our sptaity.
Get ur rate
aria local or distant transfer storage,
L11 im Urmer Transfer Co. Trucks
. olifiiVl v "
prt1"a aa"y-
. WELL DRILLLNG
A. West. $0 yea xperinca,
RFP Bo 103 E. Tel. nr.
Silverton Cannery
Sacickholders Will
Hold Confab Today
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SlLVERTON, March. IT.
Stockholders of the Sllvertoa can
nery will bold a meeting Saturday
afternoon In the social clubrooms
over the Ames Hardware store.
The purpose of the meeting is to
decide whether or not the cannery
ihould be opened again this year
or next, ' a
TtA.rd members Indicate that
they deeim it advisable to keep the
..nnon dosed this year and open
again next year. The directors ate
U. p. Storruste, maaagerj E. O.
iin -wr- Goren." Joseph Me-
Cracken,' Georgtf Bensoa mn Nor
tie Ames,
Statesman
Classified Ads
, CUsained AdTcrtlstag ;
8iagl losartioa per tlat.lOa
TbrM Insertions per
Uoo S0
Six inMrtloM per Ua..te
One moata pr ttos. .S1.0
MhiimBm chArct ...... Sic
Copy for thl pas ee
epted aatll l:3e the tb
las beloro pafeUeatton. tor
clajsiricatlon. C o p y ra
ce! red aftr this time) will
b ma under the heading
Too Lata to Classify.
The Statesman assumes
no financial responsibility
for error which may ap
pear la advertisements pub
lished la its columns, and
ia eases where) this paper la
at fault will reprint that
part of an adrertiBemtnt in
which the typographical '
mistake oceure.
Tha Statesman rMerrea
the right to reject objec
Uonal advertising. It fur
ther reserves the right to
classify all advertising un
der the proper classification.
HELP WANTED MALE
WANTED Bx an old. established
concern a man to represent na In Sa
lem and vicinity. Married: between
the a sea of J 8 and 45 ; must hare a
fair education and be well regarded
by people who know him. A fine op
portunity for the right man. Address
box la 3, care Statesman.
HELP WANTED FEMALE
Good home and small waxes, in f am
lly of two old people, for some elderly
lady. No washing or sweeping. Box
1ST, care Statesman.
SALESMEN WANTED
WANTED S solicitor Car not neo
eaaary. Salem Hardware, 8:30 a. m.
Mr. Bondell.
Unencumbered woman wants house
keeping position. Referencea. Tel. 4821,
FOR SALE Miscellaneous
Wet wash, 20 lbs, 60c (070.
Sale or trade nearly new Maytag
elec washer. J.
R. Alexander, R. 1,
Auniarille.
FOR SALE Well rotted barn yard
rertmxer. TeL 44.
Kale seed. 25c per lb., postpaid. U, E.
Hedlne, n9( so. 14th St.. Salem.
FOR SALE Choice clover hay. tit
at ranctt Jo tin J. ROBERTS & CO
pnone ni or aezs.
TRADE Miscellaneous
Rebuilt dras saw for sale or trade
ror motorcycle. 7 N. 15th.
WANTED Miscellaneous
wiiwmmwo
Cash for fruit jara TeL J 5 93.
Why throw away good money? The
I hosiery mending dept. at Grand Silver
store repairs hoae like new. So to J5c
Dead end worthless horses, cows.
and sheep. TeL 4869.
Used baby buggy. Must be reason
able. State price. Boa ltt, care
Statesman.
MISCELLANEOUS
Ti. hl m A Mlta flu MfttlA ItA
DCOI SUktr LUla HUUiW S WUIIU
Two blocka a of library, a Winter.
FOR RENT ROOMS
Mod. moms, reasonable. 645 Marion.
ROOM AND BOARD
Good rooms board. TeL 1719.
Studenta, biislnpss women, TeL 3202.
FOR RENT APARTMENTS
Patton apartments downtown. CaQ
Patton'a book atora
Fur.
7C64.
2 R. apt. 2261 Hazel TeL
Nice turn, apt, 590 Union.
Mod. at heated apt TeL 8490.
Stratton Ants. Nicely turn. I rm.
apt. 670 N. Winter.
FOR RENT HOUSES
Furn. and unfurn. bouse . K. A.
Forkner. lilt N. Cottage. TeL 303L
Close in 3 and t room furn. duplex,
1st floor. Garage. 864 Mtn st
t rooms $10. Tel. 7204.
4sstassseaajetBhAeastjaJAeatBj4eSjAAAMAs
Hotfse with ranjj-e, Range, ararden.
$a. Geo. Stoddard. 1420 N. FourUL
mt A -aMwm 4rSin 1 mH BUY vSll-nm a.
I Ba!M!rnent. call 415 N. Cottage. TeL
7204.
7 room house. Good location. Phone
72 or 3307
FOR SALE Real Estate
YOUR OPPORTUNITY: 130 acres
T miles Of Salem. 25 acres good till
1 abl8 iandt 2000 cords of fin timber,
1 ,VeHasting running water, to spring
well fenced, good pasture, small lm-
r,nv-mPT.tVrThe nrlce U only $2400.00
and easy terms can be arranged for
ri-ht nartv.
Good 5 room bouse furniahed. base
ment, garage, paved street, gooo lo
cation ror omy eiBuv.
Melvln Johnson W. UL Pennington
.275 suta street
For Sale, 4 room house at 459 Lo
cust St Priced very low. Albert
Krena, R. 7. Box $27.
WORKING MAN'S CHANCE TO BUY
i HOME CHEAP VY1I11 il o lc
nnwN. BALANCE LIKE RENT
s room romfortable house oa choice
corner lot la Sooth Salem, some bear
ing fruit trees, streets paved and close
to acnoov. tk otujt , cuu
bal. tit per montn. mu
. a rfwies wml-modflm cottage on tav
d street, in good condition, garage A
weodshed. i Price only $1050, cash $59,
baL tie per month. " ,
4 room plastered shak house, hunt
tns, good plumbing, alectrto- lights,
fireplace, garage, paved street, sarg
lot toxltt ft. Ideal for gardening,
prle tsxtt, ttl down, baL. iik reat
W have a large list ot reposseaaed
home a both large and small that are
priced right and with liberal term
SEE befor caoesing.
.CIULD8 a MILLER, Raltes
344 Stat Street . Phoa t7tt
eyswseswawaa'isajsaaisissi W
U New S- R. boe. Oi- ltth St. 8ma
ssaymeat down, bad. like rent. TeL 437$
or oaU 143S N. 18th.
FOR SALE Real Estate
FOR SALE Five room modern
plastered - home, garage, clear, for
iisse wltn ssa. oown and ii per ma
SEE , . ..--.. .-v .
TAN M. GREER
Room 214 Oregon Bldg.
EXCHANGE Real Estate'
lit acres, buildings, near t Salem.
ereek. sprlasv piped water, 8u a. colt,
Sood farm. . Taka dear beose. Make
offer. Owner. 44S Hood St
1 ACRE. TRADE
This side of Portland at Jennrnsa
Lodjfe. (rood fiahmcl. Good t-R.
house, basement, bath,, toilet. Street
paved. Hull Ron water. Family or
chard. Poultry house. Dandy plae.
Price $3710. Trad for Salem home
or small tract.
J AS. IX SEARS, Realtor
12 & High St.
ai- 1 J.K-T- .n p ,-u-lj-f-u 1 j 1 JXs1
20 acres, all In cult., srood bldr
clear of encumbrance, to trad for ft
to 80 seres. Will pay some difference.
H. C. SHIELDS
Oregon Bldg. TeL ItOt
FOR SALE FARMS
SACRIFICED SALES (FARMS)
109 Acres near Monmouth. 92 A.
good cult land: 7 R. house. Bar I
66x60. Garage. Poultry house. Hog I
nouae, etc Pressure water system.
Price reduced from tit. 000 to 6500.00
for quick sale. Part cash.
ICO Acre Dandy stock farm. 10
A. cult Some timber. Springs. Fenced.
a k. nouae witn natn. JLArge Dam.
Silo. Hog house. Machine shed. Priced
for quick sale for 937.50 per acre. Give
good term
..
Don t buy nntll you have seen
J A3. D. SEARS, Realtor
ltt & High St
aura
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GOOD FARM BUY
$3200. Dan DEE (4 A. farm. tO A.
cult 10 A. creek bottom. 12 A. good
timber. 4 A. fruit, baL good pasture,
t R. House has elec lurht Barn.
Good road, t cow S horse harnes
etc. Shown by appointment only.
See BECHTEL or THOMASON
841 State 8t Room 4
ACREAGE
Howell Prairie
t room bungalow. CO acres cnltlvated. I
Price $80o will take smaller place 1
to $4500 as part
See
Hawkins & Roberts
For Farm Bargains
WANTED REAL ESTATE
rrrifvinui n r
ancT for "lm mod! T house NWfro
$1500 to $2000. What have you?
VAN la. GREER
Room Si 4
Oregon Bldg.
Business Opportunities
Oaraae an.J aervlce eta- Tel. .1599.
LIVESTOCK and POULTRY
surplus baby chicks at saa-
rlflc prices Tuesday and Friday
only. Se our bargain Custom hatch-
lng. Hatching egg Phone 1SSF2,
Lee's Hatchery. Salem, Oregon.
wwwowxwwjwwiwwimiwvwy
Custom hatching, tot eggs at lHe
123F2. Lee's Hatchery.
Baby chicks and custom hatching.
Can us wheat and wood. Wariners
Hatchery, 2190 N. Fifth street
Little roosters for sale. Ruby Wood
ward. R. 9, Box 69B. TeL 44F1S,
Poultry wanted. Market price paid.
Salem Poultry Co., 255 E. Miller. TeL
For Sale. Barred Rock laving hens.
80 cents each. Rt S, Box 61.
MONEY TO LOAN
Beneficial Loan
Society
OF SALEM
Room lit New BllghBldg. 2nd Floor
LICENSED BY STATU
til Stat St TeL 3-7-4-9
MONEY LOANED ON AUTOS
Contracts Refinanced
Arrange to reduce youi payments
You keep the car
P. A. EIKER
Cor. Liberty St and Fern
Phone 4731 Satan, Or.
PERSONAL LOANS
MADE on furniture, ear salaries
or other good security. Repayable
monthly. When in financial need ae
us befor closing a loan.
GENERAL INVESTMENT
CORPORATION
First National Bank Bldg- Phos IStt.
Borrow on personal property: repay
in monthly Installment WILLAM
ETTE LOAN CO., State lie. S-169, SOS
Guardian Bldg Tel. 3877.
FOR SALE WOOD
DRT riR AND OAK WOOD.
and fuel siL Call on us for price We
bit avuvM measure, goop quaiitr no a
000 seme
iAKMER TRANSFER A STORAOE
TllhM4 1111
wnwwwwviwiivwwww
Ash. fir and oak. TeL 5448.
Dry wood that Is dry. CalL 113F23.
Dry wood $4.00. Phone 9411.
Dry wood. TeL 7800.
Dry old fir and oak wood. Phone
4984.
Old fir It In.. $4.25. TeL 8932.
Green 2nd growth fir It in. $3.75,
George Heltxler, Marion, Ore.
s'
No. 1 It in. old fir, $4.00. TeL 44S0.
POLLY AND HER
ITS UP VyOUVtXJNGSTER.
y EiTHi
EITHER tXJ TE.LL.
OR I WILL.'
M W
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1
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FOR SALE WOOD
Fir. ash, reasonabl prices. TL
Ttt. .
Good dry wood. Reaaonable. Lg.
load. TeL tt4L Fred K. WUs, . .
It in. dry 2nd fir, tl.S per toad.
Planar eads tLif per load, at Tracy,
TeL flit. '
(1U1RAHTEED DRY
TL too Salem Foal C. Trad
rvHea ' :
LOST AND FOUND
LOST Maltese
Young. Reward,
4241.
blue Persia
117 Market.
cat
TeL
Lost Feb. 17 th between Oregon CUT
and Salem. large black, and tan ho una.
Whit on chest and on feet. -Name
"Static'' tit Reward. J. Walter
Crelghton, Rhododendron. Ore.
Lost Black lumper dress with pat'
tern. Reward. Madeline Schmidt, Rt
, Box III.
PERSONAL
MADAM ROMTNE, spiritualist.
palmist, tells all in love, marriage,
business. If you want fact not prom.
laes, caU on her for advice. Noah's Ark
Auto Park, north on highway.
FOR SALE USED CARS
McKATS USED CARS
WITH AN O. K. THAT COUNTS
2 Essex Coach $ 25.09
29 Ford Tudor Sedan trunk 185.00
'29 Dodge Std. t Coupe 225.00
.,, jh-fcit gedan jgg,
Ot
CHEVROLETS
'21 Touring
tt.lt
zs coup
225.99
250.00
20 Sport Roadster
U Coach
tfiS.09
Four lttl Ford and Chevrolet Trucks,
long wheel base, dual tire 4-speed
tran Completely reconditioned and
guaranteed IZS5 to 1575.
TERMS TRADES
Open Evenings and Sundays
McKAY CHEVROLET CO.
3SS Center Phone 1189 430 N. Coral
SIXTH GRADE WINS
INDEPENDENCE, March 17.
1"Yt. atvfK arvea A sm. wiwj4a bVCI bsb Taii-
ldS0B won the first prixa and
trophy la tha pasturo testa which
have been conducted tha past
three months at tha training
! tehool here. Oregon Normal fac
ility members were judges
NOTICE OF FINAL
SETTLEMENT
Notice is hereby given that the
County Court of the State of Ore-
gon for the County of Marlon, her
duly verified final account, as ex
ecutrix of the last will and testa
ment and estate of Charles A.
Park, deceased, and that said
Court has fixed Tuesday, the 28 th
day of March, 1933, at the hour
of ten o'clock A. M. of said day,
mm trWm. Unm t V St......
Room in the County Court House,
" Salem, la Marioa Couaty, Ore-
SOB, as the place lor hearing said
final account and all objections
thorotn
luereto.
Dated at Salem, Oregon, this
25th day of February, 1933.
MART W. PARK.
Executrix of the last will and tes
tament and estate ot Charles A.
Park, Deceased.
RONALD C. GLOVER,
Attorney for Executrix,
Salem, Oregoa.
F. 25 M. 4-11-11-21.
Ho. 80
Srnopsil of Annual Statement T7niL4
Statea Branch of the North China In inp.
nee Company, Ltd., ef Shanghai. China,
oa the thirty-firtt day et December, 1933.
nam to u loaaraae lnumatoae ef
we state of Uregea, arsaaat to law
CAPITAL
Statutory depoiit, $400,000.00.
IN OO MR
Nat DremJuma reeeiTrd dnrinv tha tmf
$80,197.83. '
Interest, dividend, and rente received
annnc lae year, 948,160.87.'
Iacome from othar aourcet raeeirad
serine the year, 838,016.20.
Total income. 9164,874.40.
DISBURSEMENTS
Net losiei naid dnrinr tha vrxr ini-lni-
ing adjustment eznensea. S73.120 83
wiTiamu piia on capital (toes anttlag
rt:ij 1 . . . . .
joar. .
CommUaioa and aalariea paid darlac
tha year, $22,558.49.
Taxea, licenses and fees paid daring
th jer, 36.039.37.
Amount of all other expunditurei, $16.
532.39. Remittances to home office, $66 035.39.
Total expenditures. $163,286.47.
ASSETS
Other ledger assets, $3,290.57.
Valua of stocks and hnnila nvn.il fnip.
ket Tains), $1,004,493.40.
Assets noi admitted discount on Can.
Cj., $114.60.
Lesh in banks and on hand. $21.-
795.01.
Pr em buna in course ef collection writ
ten since September 80. 1933. 87.-
953.39.
Interest and tents dua and aeerned.
$15,665.63.
ToUl admitted assets, $1,053,088.89.
LIABILITIES
Gross claims for losses nanaid. 81.-
092.01.
Amount of unearned premiums on aU
outstanding risks, 830,698.96.
Due for commission and brokerage. $!.-
570.67.
All other liabilities, reserve for bad
debts, 3886.78.
Contingency reserve, t74.784.65.
TttUl liabilities, except eepiteL 8153.-
083.07.
Statutory depeait, $400,000.04.
Sarplas ver all liebllitiee, $497,100.8.
Sarplas ss regards policrheldere. $897
100.83.
Total, $1,058,083.89.
I BUSINESS IN OBJCOOIC POB THE YZAS
Ket premium received dmrine the year.
$599.99.
Loses paid during tha year, $1,469.69.
Losses incurred -daring the year. $2-.
218.74.
fiote:
Bonds and stocks have beea valued la
accordance with tha recommendations ef
the National Convention.' ef Insurance
Commissioner aad the rulings ef the
New York Iaenraaee Department. After
providing the Contingency Reserve shewn
m tbis statearent the Company s surplus
1 to on tier bolder S89T.10O.82 reflect In
I vestment valoea Saaed ea ACTUAL M4V
I KET QC0TATI0N8 s st December 31st,
I 1932.
PALS
OH, PLEASE
UNCLE-
SAMl.. LET
ME TELL HIM.'
51
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WOOL IS HIGHER BY
9 TO 5 CENTS POUND
Fine and Medium Types Sell
Fairly We!!; Little is
Sold in West
BOSTON. March 17 (AP).
Tha Commercial bulletin will say
tomorrow:
"Wool is higher by three to
fire cents a pound, clean basis,
than it was before the moratori
um. This means a good 10 and
fa some instances 15 per cent
advance. Tha biggest movement
in wool has been in fine and fine
medium . territory types which
nave been sold fairly well, mainly
ia the range of 40-45 cents, clean
basis, for fair fine French comb
lag to choice fine staple. Medium
wools bave been ia less keen de
mand and have moved up propor
tionately. "In the west, there has been a
little more wool' sold ia Arizona
at clean landed costs ot 31-35
cents. Elsewhere, there has been
little business done.
"The price goods market is ir
regular and generally slow.
"The foreign markets are fair
ly steady on moderate business.
"Mohair is still slow and hard
ly changed in price."
The bulletin will publish the
following quotations:
Scoured basis:
Oregon: Fine and F. M. staple
41-43; fine and F. M. Fr. comb
ing 37-40; fine and F. M. doth
lng 33-35; valley No. 1, 38-40.
Mohair:
Oregon 13-14. Domestic grad
ed, first combing 34-25; second
combing 23-23; third combing 15-
lt: fourth combing 15-16; good
carding 24-25; first kid 4550;
second kid 35-40.
EGSS LESS SECURE;
PORTLAND, March 17 (AP)
Underlying conditions ia the
egg trade appear a trifle less se
cure. Receipts locally were show
ing a rather considerable gain for
the last few days.
There was no open change in
the telling price either by the lo
cal co-ops or private firms but
there was noticeable shading
among corns of the smaller oper
ators, due to their lack of distrib
utive ability. Ia a measure the
latter was due tw the lack of
money for storage purposes.
Despite the efforts of shippers,
the market for butter was hold
ing more or less steady here al
though the price changes on the
exchange have affected the open
market adversely. Make was last
holding its own.
Further advance of lc lb. la
the buying price on live poultry
here suggests the extremely lim
ited offerings arriving during the
last few days. Cash buyers were
offering up to a dime for light
hens.
Active demand was showing for
old crop country killed lambs
Late receipts have been moderate
and tales have been up to 12
12 He. the latter in a very limited
way. Hogs were In good call.
Funeral Services
Slated Sunday For
Mrs. M. M. Daws
SILVERTON, March 17 Fun
eral services for Mrs. Minerva
Mayett Daws, born at Silverton
May 9. 1858. will be held at
Oregon City Sunday. She was
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus
Fenderson and the widow of the
late Willmian G. Daws. She
survived by five sons, Ernest
Lloyd, Merle, Willis, and Alvia,
Radio
Program
SATURDAY, MARCH 18
KOAO 680 Sc. 0rraUla
7:00 Morning Meditations, led by Mis
Merry Pittmaa.
8:00 Morning Concert.
10:00 Home Economic Observer.
18:00 Neoa Farm Hear.
4:00 The Hsymaker eU time orches
tra. 6:30 Farm Hoar.
-COIN 940 X rortUad
6:30 KOIN Sleek.
1:00 Book ef Life.
5 U0 Steamboat BilL
:O0 Bin Cresty, Leonard Haytoa'a
orchestra, CBS.
8:00 Redding White, tenor.
9 :00 MeElroy'a Grester Oregonlan.
9:45 DeBoaey' Dance band.
XGW ttt X Portland
7:15 Organ Concert. NBC.
7:80 Ls Trio Charmant, NEC.
8:00 Maladies ef the Socth, NBC.
8 : 80 Cressen to from the Log ef the
Day, NBC.
9:15 Cooking School.
LI H HID
'An Obedient Young Man'
f t uA-np TTF ' vr-s 1 1 rrsAV ) I ( UTsJCLB SANL. SAVS WE. GOTTA J I 111-"" " '
GRAINS UNSETTLED
HOPS CLIMB BACK
Agriculture Measure
Benefit is Held
Doubtful
CHICAGO, March 17 (AB)
Unsettlement resulting largely
from doubts many traders ex
pressed that proposed farm legis-1
lation would prove ot benefit led
to sharp setbacks la grain prices
late today.
One ot the foremost members
of the Chicago board of. trade.
Frederick Uhlmann, a former
vice-president of the exchange.
said the agricultural measure
which President Roosevelt asked
to be enacted was "the most fan-
tattle bill ever proposed by any I
country la peace time." Reports J
carried on market tickers that the 1
house agriculture committee at I
TvouuxQfcvu uu d . i t.o uw I
imniiiy me dui onerea or ires-1
Id ant RnniT1f n Anlr In nart I
effectual toward checking price
breaks that followed an early 1
. .. w. w v.... mm jr..
transient wheat market advance 1
Wheat Closed Weak at almost I
,v. i i I
us; m uviwia, T " ,"S uuuw
yesterday's finish, corn - off,
oats H-7i uown.
Today's closing quotations:
Wheat May, 63-63 ft; July
58tt-i: Sept., 64H-4.
,Corn May, 2T-; July,
28-;. Sept., 38.
Oats May 17 S; July. 18:
Sept.. 18-.
General Markets
MtODUC SXOHAsTQa
PORTLAND. Ore.. March 17 (AP)
Produce exchange, net oneee: Batter I
litres 18c, standards 17 He, prime first I
11 ttc. Iirsts ie. I Era (res extras lte. I
mediants le.
Portland Produce
PORTLAND. Ore. March 17 (AP)
Butter rnat n score r better si
pound, itaadsrds 30 He.
Errs Pari 11 a Poultry Producers' aaU-
lag prieea: Freak extras 10c. standards
loe, mediums A3.
Country eaeata SelUng price te retail
ers: uouatry-kille nogs, best boteaer
nnder 150 pounds, SH-te; vealerm, 80 te
100 pounds, B-Ve; lambs 111 He. spriag
16e. yearhngs Se. heavy awes 4-5c, ean-
ner cows 2H-3He, bulla 4-4 He.
Mats Oregoa walnut la-lSe pooad.
peanuts lOe, Braxila 12-14c. almoads ls-
10C tilbert 20-22 pecans sue.
Caseara bark Buying priea. 1983 peeL
Ss poaaa.
Hods HeaeiaaL 1933. 24-86
Buttertat Direct M aaiapera: 8tatiea.
15e: Portland delivery price chara-
inx cresm-15-17e. sweet ereasa higher.
Lira poultry Bunae net Heavy
fceaa, ceiered. 4 pounds ll-12e; do
alaasa lOej Itgnta 10c; apnaga, iigbt lze.
spctng l-16e, old 10-lZe, eelered loe.
aariac lSe. old 10-12. colored lOe.
Onions SelUnr priee te retailers: Ore
goa $1-1.10 cental. Yakima Spanish 75-
0e cental.
Potateea LoeaL 65-73 orange box:
Desehatc Gem $1-1.33, Yakima, Qema
tl cental.
Wool 1933 clip, aomlaal; Willamette
valley soma eastera uregaa
lt-12
Portland Livestock
PORTLAND. Or.. March 17 (AP)
Cattle Beeeipts 25, calves 10; steady.
Steers. tSt te 900 pounds, good $4.75-
8.25. median $4-4.78. common gt-d; 90
te 1100 pounds, good, $4.50-5, medium
Sd-ASO. eeamoa 83-4: 1100 to 1300
pounds, geod $3.85-4.80, medinm St
8.85. Heifers, 650 to 750 pounds, feed
S4.8S-4.90. eeasSBOtt-aaediuas S2.SO-4.2St
750 te 900 pouads, good-ehoiee $4-4.28,
common-medium 82-4. Cows, good $3-60-
8.78, common-mediant 82.75-8.50, low eat-
ter aad cutter SI. 25-2. 75. Bull year
ling excladed, good (beef) $2 50-3.00.
cutter-medium $1.50-2.50. Veslors, gi
choice $5.50-6.23, medinm $4.35-6.50
cull-common $2.50-4.25. Calves, 250 te
500 pound, good-choice $4-4.50, common-medium
$2-4.
Hors Beeeipts 400; stesdy.
Light light. 140 to 160 pounds, good
ehoiee, $3.50-4.35. Lightweight. 160 te
180 pounds, $4.35-4.85: 180 to 200
pound. $4.25-4.35. Medium weight, S00
to 220 peend t3.75-4.35; 230 to 350
pound. $3.50-4.25. Heavyweight, 250 to
290 pound $3.25-4; 290 te 350 pounds,
$3.15-3.85. Packing sows. 375 te 850
pounds, good $3-3.75, $350 to 425 pounds
$3-3.50, 42S te 550 pounds $3-3.50; 275
to 5SO pounds medium $9-3.25. feeder
and itoeker pigs, 70 to ISO pouads, good
cboiee $2.56-3.50.
Sheep aad limb Receipts 1100;
steady.
Lamb. 90 pounds down, good-choice
$5.35-5.65, common-medium 83.50-6.35.
Yearling wethers, 90 te 110 pounds, good
ehoiee $3-4.10. medinm $2-3. Ewe 90
te ISO pound geod-eheice $1.25-9.75,
120-150 pounds 1 3 3.50, all weights om-moa-ssediuni
$l-t. '
Portland Grain
PORTLAND, March 17 (AP) .
Wheat: Open High Low Clone
May new 494 50 49 SO
May old 50fe 81 30 60
July 50 H 50 V 50H 50
Caah wheat: No. 1 big bend bluestem
65H; dark hard winter 13 pet 5SH. 11
pet. 61 Hi hard winter 47. Northern
spring, western white 46; western red
45.
Osts: No. 3 white 820.00.
Cora: No. 3 yellow 317.50.
Millrua standard 814.00.
9:45 National Farm aad Home Hoar.
10:80 Woman's Magasine ef the Air.
11:30 Organ Concert. NBC.
13:15 Western Agriculture, NBC.
1 :0O Stringwood Ensemble, KBC.
2:00 Cosmopolitans, NBC.
3:30 Familiar Songs, NBC.
5:15 Around the World club. NBC.
7:30 Homicide Squad.
8:15 Bal Tabarin orchestra, NBC.
8:30 Musical Manneqnia.
9:00 Spotlight, NEC.
11:00 Hotel Ambassador. NBC.
11:30 Gas Arnheim's orchestra. NBC.
GAINS
TO 25
Salem
Markets
- Grade B raw 4 milk,
co-op pool price, ft .20 pe
handred.
Sarplas 95c
(Klik bated ea seaU-aeatkly
batterfat everage.)
Batterfat Sweet,-18c;
soar, 10c.
Prises paid t growers ft? Sales Vuyara
March 17
(The Price beJw. aapptisS ey a local
grocer, are Indicative t the daily aaarket
bo rTnf'ln'0
Aaaragae . , - .is to .it
Carreta, Caut, erate i.ts to x.oo
JfP?.
at
CSebag la.
oioe so. eaefei jz
Ptatoe Yakiata No. 1 .6S
r . . . . . .
7. .' "lie
Lettuce, calif. s.ooteAOO
10""0. h!l
Onioas. Labish. eirt.
. .7t
.1.50
Paraaips. handred
ttsaearaw local .- ,
JOt
(Vnt IV
OS
rinry, Calif, erat
.1.90
8.50
Mexican Teasateea
Italian Broccoli, lb.
apples
07 to .0t
wiaeaapa ,
.50 aad .7$
A9 aad .St
.40 te .60
.65
Kewtowaa
Berne Beaaty
Oaaea
CaaUflowex. Calif
erate 1.10
Brasaela aprouti, Calif, lb,
.10
Rata ba raa. hunarel
.1.00 te 1.28
.1.50 te 1.7S
.8.00 te 4.00
.70
2.6S
3.50
Orsarss. p.p.
Orangea faaey
Beets. Caltf, do
Tnraipa. Calif., erate
Bpiaaea, uaiit, erate
HOPS
Top. 1933, lb
Top, 1931, lb.
.25
.20
BOOS
Baying Prices
Kiln.
. .ia
- .11
- .10
. .04
. .10
. .08
. .08
. .09
. .10
-5.00
4.10
3.85
Standards
Mediums
POULTRY
Old roosters
Colored hens .
Medium hens
Licht kens
Bakers
Light fryers
1CSAT
Lamb top
Hogs, top
Hera, first cuts
Bteers , ,
03 te .04
.01 te .03
02 te .03
03 to .024
.06 V
Cows
Heifers ..
Bull
Dressed veal, top
Dressed hors
. .09
QOA1S AND tlAS
Wheat, western red
.53
.52
.16.00
.18.00
.35.00
White. No. 1
Barley, ton. ton
Oats, whit toa
Oat gray, top, toa
Hay. bnylac en
Oats and vetch, ton
.16.00 te 12.00
.11.00 te 13.00
Alfalfa. Teller, 1st eat
Alfalfa, eastera Oregon
.14.50
Clover hay
.10.00 to 12.00
WOOL
Medium
Coarse
.11
.08
.no market
Mehair
Stocks and Bonds
March IT
(Copyright, 1933. 8tandard Statistics Co.)
ITOCX AVERAGES
SO 20 20 90
Ind'ls RB'a Ct's ToUl
Todsy S2.3 28.3 76.0 62.7
Prev. dsy zv.z 7.s aa.u
Msreh S 44.7 24.9 71.8 46.4
Year azo 83.3 S2.5 104.1 65.8
t years ago r- 134.8 345.9 188.0
High 1933 , 42.8 23.S 68.1 43.9
High 1938 78.3 39.S 111.0 73.9
Low 1933 35.1 13.2 51.8 35.0
BOND AVERAGES
20 20 20 60
Ind'ls RR's Ut's Total
62.2 61.9 78.5 67.5
Today
Prev. day
March 8
8 years ago
High 1933
Low 1333
High 1933
Low 1933
61.9 61.9 78.3 67.2
58.3 74.5 84.8 76.3
.94.0 107.0 99.2 100.1
.66.1 65.7 85.2 72.0
.58.3 57.0
.71.8 78.0
75.4
86.3
70 9
63.6
78.1
S3.3 47.4
57.5
Ideal Girl Talk
Is Given League
At Jefferson High
JEFFERSON, March 17 Miss
Lens, nurse for the health unit.
addressed the high school Girls
league on "The Ideal Girl." She
mentioned the following charac
teristlcs of an ideal girl: Vitality,
good health, happiness, cleanli
ness of mind and body, intelll
gence, honesty, trustworthy and
fair, broadmindedness. neatness
courteous, generous and modern
The Jefferson boys played the
Albany church teams Tuesday
night in the local gymnasium
The Juniors won 40 to 7, and the
seniors won 32 to 8.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Jones and
Mr. and Mrs. IL E. Jones motored
to Eugene Wednesday to see their
son and brother, Raymond Jones
who became very in Sunday. He
was taken to the hospital at Eu
gene Immediately, and because of
his condition he was taken Wed
nesday by train to the Southern
Pacific hospital at San Francisco
DANCE 13 TONIGHT
SILVERTON HILLS. March 17
The Silverton Hills community
club has made arrangements for
a St. Patrick's dance to be held
Seturday night, March 18. at the
clubhouse. Music will be furnish
ed by the Leslie family. ,
SCANT
CENTS
Beer Bill Impelling
Contract Deals at
20 Cents
The local hop market hat climb
ed to 2 S cents, only three cents
oft the election spurt high ot last
fall. TJvesley has bought S3
bales from Porter field at the as
cent figure.
The congressional action on tha
beer bill has also given an impe
tus to contract dealing, and la ad
dition to contracts announced,
earlier la the week, the following
have beea closed:
Roberts and Line have con
tracted 25,000 pounds for two
years at 20 cents; Ray contracted
200 bales for two years at 20
cents; and ia Yakima, Wasb,
Hart aad Williams signed up 28,
000 pouads at 2 OH cents for two
years. ,
WALL STBEET GOES
IN PARTIAL RETREAT
NKW YORK. March IT. (AP)
A partial retreat from the ad
vatd positions occupied Wed
nesday and Thursday occurred on.
mmt financial fronts today.
Losses ranged from fractions
to 2 points or so, with a few
exceptions. Sales, 1,726.580
shares, were little more thaa
half yesterday's volume.
The close was heavy. Losses of
2 points, or slightly larger, ac
curred in American Telephone,
Union Pacific, Consolidated Gas.
American Can, Allied Chemical
and Ppblic Service of New Jer
sey, whilj IT. S. Steel, Westing
house, Du Pont, National Biscuit.
Woolwortn. North American and
Santa Fe sag ted 1 to nearly 2.
Case lost 4. Rails fought the
trend for a while, but finally
sold off. The "wet" issue looked
rather subdued, though some
sugars and the gold mining group
established and held higher prices.
Striking evidence of the move
back to normalcy In credit mar
kets was provided by the Federal
Reserve statistics and by the
consequent droop of money rates.
With currency circulation, dowa
$269,000,00 and the Central
Banking system's gold stock u
$327,238,000 higher, it was ob
vious the enormous strain had
lifted, perhaps even more quick
ly than had seemed probable.
H. E. C. HEARS TALK
FAIRFIELD. March 17 Mem
bers of Fairfield H. E. C. and a
number of visitors enjoyed a spe
cial meeting at the hall Thursday
when Mrs. Daisy Bump of North.
Howell gave a talk on "Flower
gardens and lawns," and Mrs. C
E. Allenback gave a talk on "The
vegetable garden."
No. 43
Synopsis of Annual Statement ef the
Mill Owners Mutual Fire Insurance Com
psny of Iowa, ot Des Moine in the
State o Iowa, oa the thirty-first day of
December, 1932, made to the Inruraar
Commissioner ef the State ef Oregoa,
pursuant te law:
CAPITAL
Amount of capital stock paid up, Mae
toal.
INCOME
Net x rfciumi received during tLe jeer,
$l,G33..r94.62.
Interest, dividends and rents received
during the year. $95,890.80.
Income from other sources received
during the year, 81,933.65.
Total income. 81,781,418.57.
DISBURSEMENTS
Net losses paid during the year in. -lading"
adjustment eipenses, S71,86!.6e.
Dividends paid on capital stock during
the year, .
Commissions and salaries paid during
the year. $44,953.39.
Taxes, lieetises and fees paid during
the yea-. $46,067.01.
Amount of all other expenditjrra,
$765,217.53.
Total expenditures. $2,016,107.64.
A9SEVS
Value of real estate owned (market
value), $745,451.89.
Value of stocks and bonds owned (mar
ket value), $892,895.09.
Loana oa mortgage and collateral. -te
$334,617.76.
Cash ia bank and ea hand, Ii6,
279.44. Premiaa ia course of collection writ
ten sine September 30, 19 , $171.
634.94.
Interest aad rents due aad aeerued,
$61,544.08.
Other assets, $4,232.92.
Total admitted assets. $2,296,656.11.
LIABILITIES
Gross claims for losses unpaid, $134.
275.89. Amount of unearned premiums on aU
outstanding risks, $1,172,717.01.
Due for commission and brokersge,
$18,651.08.
All other liabilities. $70,543.93.
Tetsl liabilities, except capital, 31,
896.187.91. Capital paid up.
Surplus over all liabilities, $900,
468.20. Surplus as regards policyholders, $900,
468.30. TotaL $2,296.6511.
BUSINESS IN OREGON FOR THE TEAR
Net premiums received during the year.
S 9. 107.1V
Lose paid dcrini
ng the year.r$4,?63.0.
during the year, $3,-
Lsea incurred
892.15.
Name of Company, Mill Owners Mutaal
Fire Iaavranee Company ef Iowa.
Neat ef President, J. T. Sharp.
Name ef Secretary. H. B. Cartes. a
Ptarotory resident attorney for aervica,
T. E. Larson. Portland. Oregon. -
By CLIFF STERRETT
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