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    1IEDF0RD MAIL TRIBUNE, MEDFORD, OREGON, FRIDAY, 'APRIL 13, 1934.
PAGE SEVEN
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PORTLAND, Ore.. April 13. (API-
Butter market atmosphere Is expect
ed to clear up with a formal start
of the storage movement here at the
opening of the coming week. Prices
were unchanged overnight on the
open market.
Butterfat -was unchanged for the
day.
Trading tone for eggs was strength
ening here with receipts decreasing
In spots and demand to go Into
cooler, somewhat greater. Local mar
ket was still affected by undergrades.
So limited were late receipts that
the bulk of the demand for hens
was unfilled here. Prices were nat-i
urally firm with a tendency to creep 1
higher. Turkey demand was fair.
Thero was a real shortage of as
paragus .here, although a slight in
crease of local offerings was sug
gested. Prices were firmer but gen
erally rule at former heights.
There was a further gain of
strength and even of buying price
for onions at the source with a south
ern demand and little unsold stock
at Oregon sources. Purchases were
reported to 60c cental net to grower.
With record supplies of potatoes
still being held in storage here and
with decreasing demand owing to an
increase in Wie call for new growth,
the market was presenting an acute
problem to all interests.
Sweet potatoes moving around $1.50
per 40-lb. lug.
Tomato market was actlvlve. Sup
plies of quality stuff were liberal at
late prices.
Dressed meats were steady all
around and at late prices.
Cabbage is firm for old crop.
Greater demand for ruhbarb and
prices firmer.
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Markety
Livestock.
pnRTT.AND. Anrll 13. fAPl Cat
tle: 75; calves 75; 25 50c lower for
vealers and calves; vealers, good and
choice, $5.50 f? 7.00; cull, common and
medium, 2.50i!r5.50; calves, good and
choice, $4.50ffl5.50; common and me
dium, $24.50.
HOCIS: 500, 10c lower; light weight,
good and choice, $3.50 g 4.15: medium
weight, good and choice, $3.75 U 4.15;
packing sows, good, $2.60 a 3.35.
SHEEP 100; weak, unchanged.
Stork Sale Averages.
(Copyright, 1934. Standard Statistics
Co.)
April 13:
60 30 30 SO
Ind'ls Rr's Ut's Total
Today 86.8 50.8 75.0 87.0
Prev. day 08.9 61. S 75.1 87.3
Week ago 98.S 50.8 75.5 87.0
Year ago .... 64.6 36.4 68.4 83.9
3 yrs. ago ....138.3 80.1 187.8 132.8
(1836 average equals 100).
Bond Sale Averages.
(Copyright, 1934, Standard Statistics
Co.)
April 13:
30 30 30 80
Ind'ls Rr's Ufa Total
Today 83.1 S9.3 189.8 '87 8
Prev. day .. 83.1 88.3 88.4 87.3
Week ago .... 81.7 87.6 88.8 86.1
Year ago .... 60.8 68.3 r, 74.5 64.6
3 yrs. ago .... 86.1 99.3 100.8 95.4
(1926 average equals 100.) j
New 1934 high.
NEW YORK, April 13. (AP) Pre
ferred Issues and various specialties
held the central of the stock mar
ket stage today while most of the
old line leaders did little or noth
ing. Early gains of 1 to 3 or more
points were later pared or cancelled
as traders cashed in profits. The
close was fairly steady. Transfers ap
proximated 1,150,000 shares.
Today's closing prices for 32 sel
ected stocks follow:
Al. Chem. is Dye - 150',
Am. Can 104
Am. & Pgn. Pow 10 V4
A. T. & T. 12014
Anaconda 184
Atch. T. is S. T. 68
Bendlx Avla 184
Beth. Steel 42
California Pack'g. 28',,
Cataplllar Tract - -.. 32
Chicago Wheat
CHICAGO, April 13. (AP) Wheat:
Open High Low Close
May .84 4 .85 i .841; .85 i
Juljr .84 -85i .844 .85'4
Sept - .80 ft J6i .85i .86 t
Export Wheat.
PORTLAND, April 13. (AP)
Emergency export corporation's bid
for soft white wheat for foreign ship
ment, 74 cents bushel.
Chrysler
Coml. Solv.
Curtlss-Wrlght
DuPont
Gen. Foods
Gen. Mot. ...
Int. Harvest. .........
I. T. fc T
Johns-Man.
Monty Ward ......
North Amer.
Penney (J. C.)
Phillips Pet
Radio ....................
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Fay Wray Coming
In Preview Film
Craterian Screen
"The Countess of Mont Cristo,"
with Fay Wray and Paul Lukaa in
the leading roles, Ttu been chosen
as the extra feature to be shown at
the Craterian theater for the regular
preview held each Saturday night.
Those attending the 9 o'clock show
are Invited to remain for the preview
after the regular show. There is no
extra charge.
Although the title sounds as though
it might be a costume picture, "The
Countess of Monte Cristo" is, on the
contrary, very much modern a semi
mystery drama, tinged with comedy
and romance ,of an extra girl and
her pal's adventures when they ride
off in an expensive studio limousine
and are mistaken for someone of high
importance.
ReRlnald Owen. Patsy Kelly, Paul
Page end Robert McWade are In the
suDDortlng cast.
'Wonder Bar." the smash musical
success, is the regular feature at the
Craterian theater, playing there until
tomorrow night. Immediately alter
the close of the last show, the pre
view will start.
Sou. Poc. .........
Std. Brands
67
20
8
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St. Oil Cal - - 37
St. Oil N. J. . . - 45
JOURNEY 10 PORT
OF
(Continued rrom page one)
"selfish and short-sighted" at a
meeting of Douglas county dairymen
today which pledged confidence and
support to the board.
HIGH SCHOOL NOSES
OUT 4-3 WIN OVER
OFFICE BOYS OUTFIT
'AGGIE APPLEBY' .
OPENS AT STUDIO
A new movie team flashes across
the screen horizon with the appear
ance of Charles Parrell and Wynne
Qtbson opposite each other In "Aggie
Appleby, Maker of Men," now at the
Studio,
Charlie portrays the role of Adonl
ram Schlump, who descends on the
great city with a fawn-like demean
or and 1b taken In hand by Aggie of
th eEast Side to be taught how to
I battle and forget family tradition.
175 miles from Pandemia, at 8:30
o'clock tonight. There, aboard the
American export liner Exllona, In
sult will be handed over to Burton V.
Berry, of the American embassy at
Istanbul. Berry was designated to
accompany him homeward.
Trip May Take Month.
The trip may require a month. Fre
quent stops probably will be made
as the vessel meanders through the
Mediterranean. Then . It will cross
the Atlantic to Boston and New York.
The gray-haired old man laughed
frequently at dinner on the Adana-
Nlne of the ship's eleven first-class
passengers dined with him. Berry
and Major John A. Crane, military
attache at the Istanbul embassy, did
not appear at the table.
Insull looked at the Turkish police
commissioner. Nail Bey, when he men
tioned his escort. Others at the table
were a detective, five newspapermen
and a cameraman, besides young Miss
Periha, Turkish girl who formerly
was a student at the University of
Chicago. She sat at Insull's right.
Avoids Talk o( case.
The captured fugitive adroitly
turned the conversation away from
his world-famous case. Yet, when
somebody Jokingly asked why he ever
went to Istanbul, he shot back In
the same Jocular vein:
"I'm beginning to wonder, myaelf."
Taken aboard the Adana at Istan
bul. Insull went up on deck shortly
before Its departure for Panderma at
T o'clock last night. He waved to
the throngs on the wharf, his gray
hair flying.
He appeared resigned to ms late
when nollce informed him early yes
terday that his lawyers had lost tneir
last fight to delay his extradition
when an appeal was refused.
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Douglas Dairymen
Back Milk Board
ROSEBURO, Ore., April 13. (UP)
Portland attacks on the milk board
were condemned in a resolution as
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AIMS AT FURTHER
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By Harold Grove
In a "thriller that was a thriller."
the high school list -ball team de
feated the highly touted Your Office
Boys team 4 to 3 last night and
Lamport's defeated Standard Oilers
13 to 8.
The Office Boys opened up In the
first inning and clouted out suffic
ient hits to bring lh two runs, and
in the second Inning they brought
In another run to make the score
three to nothing In their favor. The
"school boys" took to the bat In
their half of the third and clouted
out five hits off their star pitcher
and one of these hits landed In the
palm of a, well-known cx-hlgh school
star who let it slip through his
hands. This little mishap let three
runs in. Too bad "Chuck" Clay.
To make the Inning complete the
high school made one more run to
finish their streak. The Office Boys
tried vainly to bring in more runs
but failed. All of their attempts
falling . gently in the palms of the
Anxious outfielders of the high '
school. Incldently, the Office Boys i
team is composed chiefly of stu
dents of the Med ford high school.
While the high school was taking
the Office Boys In camp. Lamport's
were putting on the speed and kit
ten-ball strategy to take down the
victory pennant of the Standard Oil
ers when the Oilers put on a drive
In the fourth to tie the score and
what appeared to be a victory march.
There will be no games tonight.
Play will be resumed Monday about
si o'clock with Henderson's All-Stars
playing Kldd's and the Active club
playing ennings' Tires.
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Warrant Call.
Notice Is hereby given that there
are funds on hand for the redemp
tion of School Dlst. No. 8 warrants
Numbers 1 to 498. inclusive. Interest
to cease April 13. 1034. Warrants pay-
able at First National Bank, Med ford,
Oreeon. EARL AjEEVER,
Clerk, School Dlst. No. 6,
Central Point, Oregon,
SALEM, April 13. JP) Vouchers
for the largest purchases of liquor
yet made by the state were filed with
the secretary of state today, and to
taled 1 11,091. The purchases were
made from 33 separate companies, the
10 largest being over 15,000 each.
The largest one purchase amounted
to 1 5,873.
The secretary of state's office estl
mated that since the state liquor con
trol commission has been in opera
tlon total purchases of liquor have
approximated (180,000.
PORTLAND. April 13. (AP) In an
attempt to further reduce the cost of
liquor to the consumer under the
Oregon plan, the state liquor con
trol commission will, soon after May
1, open its own rectifying and bottling
works for the production under its
own trade names of at lesst three
Bourbon and one Scotch whiskies.
Another move to reduce the over
head and make possible a greater1
turnover to the state unemployment
fund has resulted In an order by
George L. Sammls. control adminis
trator, that every state liquor store
must pay Its own way or be closed.
Two stores, one at Oregon City and
the other at St. Johns (Portland),
will b closed next week and their
stock will be handled by agencies at
a fraction of the expense. This will
give Oregon 31 state stores and 05
agencies.
The state-owned and operated rec
tifying and bottling plant will re
ceive barrel whiskey from Kentucky
and other distilling centers and "cut"
and bottle It here. The Scotch whis
key will be imported direct from
Scotland. Heavy tariffs on glass will
thus be eliminated on imported
liquor,
Sammls returned Thursday from an
Inspection trip taking In the Seattle
and British Columbia store systems.
Oregon prices are 60 per cent less
than In British Columbia, Sammls
said, and are lower than those of any
other state, except Washington.
MISSIONARY COUPLE
AT 4-SQUARE CHURCH
Rev. and Mrs. Merrill Slgler. who
have spent years In darkest Africa
as missionaries, will speak three times
Sunday 3:30 In the afternoon, 6:45
and 7:48 In the evening at the Four
I Square church, Fourth and Bartlett
Many strongs experiences and start
ling stories of the cannibal tribes
of Belgian Congo, Africa, will be told.
They will also give lantern slides of
V.rlr work and the country, which
will be very Interesting.
Everybody welcome.
San Francisco Butterfat.
BAN FRANCISCO, April 13. (AP)
First grade butterfat 10c, f.o.b., San
Francisco.
TOO LATE TO CLASSIFY
EMPTY TRUCK going to San Fran
cisco In couple days. Want load.
Phone 078-M.
STRAYED Neat Gold Hill, spotted
Guernsey heifer calf, muscled.
Please notify W. L. Greenleaf, Cen
tral Point. Reward.
HEART cedar posts 9c; heart sugar
pine shakes 19.00 per M- Oak. lau
rel and fir wood. C. J. Alters, Eale
Point, star route.
MONEY LOANED
On anything of value.
We buy, sell, trade or exchange."
CECIL JBNNTNOS
New location 41 8o. Front.
WILL STORE household furniture for
use of same. No children. Refer
ences. Box 758, Tribune.
WILL PAY highest cash price for your
poultry and eggs. Ses us before
you sell. Medford Poultry and Egg
Co. Phono 18,
GIRL WANTED for housework. Apply
at 37 Geneva Ave.
Portland Produce
PORTLAND, April 13. (AP) But
ter extras, 20c lb.; standard 10',4c
lb.
grade 16ffl8c lb.; farmers' door de
11. 14.. it.
"EGOS Pacific Poultry Producers'
selling prices: Oversize. 18c; fresh
extras, 18c; standards, 15c; mediums.
15c dozen (cartons lc higher). Buy
ing price of wholesalers: Fresh ex
tras, 17c; firsts, 14c; mediums, 15c;
pullets, 12c; undergrades 10c dozen.
NEW POTATOES Hawaii, 1.25C
1.35 21-lb. box: Texas Triumphs, 2
(2.25 50-lb. sack.
Cheese, milk, country meats, live
poultry, old potatoes, strawberries,
wool and hay. unchanged.
Portland Wheat
PORTLAND, April 13. (AP)
Wheat:
Open High Low Close
May .71 .71 .70 i .7014
July .7i!4 ,7l',4 .7U4 .7iy,
Sept .71 .71 .71 .71
Cash: Big Bend bluestem 72'j;
dark hard winter, 12 pet., 77; do 11
pet., 72; soft white, western white,
hard winter, northern spring and
western red, 70i.
Oats: No: 2 white. 19.
Corn: No. 2 E yellow $22.75.
Mlllrun, standard. $15.50.
Today's ear receipts: wheat, 60:
barley, 1; flour, 15; hay, 1.
Silver.
NEW YORK, April 13. (AP) Bar
silver easy, lower at 46.
CONFUSION ENDED
. ON BRAN
New Ruling Makes Labels
Accurate
To protect the buying public, the
United States Food and Drug Ad
ministration has advised that every
i r wrtl lalioloft "Rran
T state on the label exactly what it j
contains.
.Before this ruling, even part
bran products were sometimes mis
takenly referred to as "Bran." It
was not easy for the purchaser to
distinguish between a cereal that
was entirely bran, or all bran with
flavoring, and another that was
mostly wheat.
Kellogg's All-Bran is labeled
"All-Bran Deliriously Flavored
with Malt, Sugar and Salt," a state
ment which describes the product
fairly and honestly.
Kellogg's All-Bran has won mil
lions of friends because it corrects
most types of common constipation
safely and pleasantly. It furnishen
generous "bulk" needed to pro
mote normal elimination.
However, All-Bran is not n
"cure-all." Certain types oi intes
tinal disorders should be treated
only on a physician's advice.
When you buy a bran cereal, for
the relief of constipation, read the
wording on the package. 1 ne lacis
are there! Make sure by asking
for Kclloge's All-Bran. It fur
nishes "bulk" in a form for satis
factory results.
At all grocers. In the red-and-
freen parkace. Made by Kellogg in
Be Sure to Ask for S. and H. Green Saving Stamps We Give Them!
Eft. R2. EDepai?tfimiieimti
Ready-to-Wear
Cotton Blouses
White with color . . .
Organdie . . . jacket
types, tailored ones . . .
round, V and high
neck lines.
$1.49 $1.79
Cotton Gowns
Adorable little printed
gowns with empire yoke
and hand embroidery.
Assortment of dainty
colors.
$1.25
Young Frocks
8 14 Sizes
Plain and flowered or
gandies and cambric
prints. All fresh new
stock. Priced
$1.49 $1.79
$1.95
Silk Dresses
Print dresses and jacket frocks
versatile sheers and crepes in
black, navy, high shades
youthful print tops.
White Swagger Coats
Full length, lined novelty coatings
$14.75
and $16.75
HOSIERY
Hsrron hosiery, non-spot
crepe, extra tight twist
for durability and sheer
nesa. New prlc.
$50
PHOENIX HOSIERY
The new length hose for
tall women. This hose
runs full 36 Inches, four
thread chiffon, full fash
ioned, custom fit top,
duo heel and tlpt 'toe.
Prlc.
$25
MEN'S SHIRTS
$loo
mm
till
mm
IIP
White Bags
Something new in white
purses, some with zip
per, some perforated
style and combination.
Fifty new bags from
which to choose. Price
$1.00
GLOVES
Capeskin gloves, slip
on and novelty typeB,
perforated styles to
match the new bag and
shoes in white and
gray. Price
$2.19
Fancy kid slip-on
gloves. Black and navy
blue.
$2.95
Panel Curtains
Special offer of waffle
marquisette panels with
fringe 2 1-4 yd. long,
for Saturday only.
59c
The new shipment we hate
been waltlnc tor Full cut,
plain white and solid color
rat dree In blue, tan, gray.
Also fancy madras.
McOall Printed
Patterns Make
Home Sewing
Easy
SHOES
610 SPECIAL
SPRING SHOES
$1.85
$3.45
$2.95
$4.45
New white crushed pig,
madruceo, calf's, buck and
pique. Vou will be amased
at the variety as well as the
price In these groups.
BASEMENT BARGAINS!
SILK HOSE
Women's pure thread. Extra
stretch, Ravel-stop tops, French
heel. New spring shades in all
sizes.
SOc
VOILE DRESSES
New lot of Women's and Misses'
printed voile dresses. Guaran
teed fast color. Pretty styles.
$1.25
PRINT DRESSES
Children's. Sizes 7 to 14 years.
Fast colors.
69c
MEN'S SHORTS
Reinforced crotch. Balloon eat.
Fast color broadcloth.
29c
BOYS' SHIRTS
Full cut. fast color broadcloth.
Sport style.
59c
WOMEN'S WHITE SHOES Ties,
Pumps and Oxfords. Both dress or
sport styles. All sizes. rtO QQ
Priced from ....$1.79 to 3C3Q
CHILDREN'S WHITE SHOES San
dais, straps and ties, sizes 4 Q
sy, to 2 $1.19 to 5 I .DO
MEN'S WORK SHOES Composition
sole. Black or tan leather uppers.
Plain or cap
toe - $1.98 to
(ICl MJJVOI
$3.29
M. M. DEPT. STORE "Eg?
AMAZING NEW TUBE
DOESN'T TEAR
when run flat!
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LOOK ABOVE FOR AMAZING PROOF
One by one, the old ways of making tires and tube
are being discarded. Goodrich, the oldest tir.
manufacturer, has pioneered new trouble-proof prod
ucts that eliminate most all of the present day motor
ing hazards. One of these amazing new products is a
tube that doesn't rip or tear . . . .yen whin it fa run
flat after m puncture! And here', proof.
Goodrich made a lot of special tubes. One half of
each tube was mado of the new Gold and Black con
truction. The other half of the best old-style com
pound. Then they put them on can and purposely
ran them fiat.
The old-style construction was torn to shreds. Ripped
and cut to pieces in leu than a mile.
Yet the Gold and Black half was sound and un
harmed by this terrific punishment.
Here's positive proof that this new tube Is many:
many times tougher . . that it will resist chafing and
rim cutting that It will not weaken and burst.
And here's the big news) You pay no more for
Goodrich Gold and Black Tubes. Come In today.
Ask for the new Goodrich Silvertown Gold and
Black Tubel
Goodrich Gold & Black
SILVERTOWN TUBE
t Hear our program. Lots of Good Laughs I We're on the air every Monday
a " noon 12 :00 to 12 :15, and every Thursday evening 6 :15 to 8 :30
Lewis Super Service Station
"MEDFORD'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE CENTER"
"WE NEVER CLOSE' ' TOWING AND WRECKING SERVICE
Eighth and Front Sts. W. L. LEWIS, Mgr. Next to Jackson Hotel. Phone 1300
Moot mx'lm
HP Jfi;-- 4
Don't Worry About
A. Delicious Salad
'for Dinner Serve
SNIDER'S
COTTAGE
CHEESE
Combined with Pineapple, Tomatoes or
other fruits or vegetables, Cottage Ohecsa
makes a refreshing summer salad to
tempt your family or your guests. Be
sure to order "Snider t" and enjoy a
creamier, more flavorful cheese.
Snider Dairy & Produce Co.