The Evening herald. (Klamath Falls, Or.) 1906-1942, February 22, 1934, Page 7, Image 7

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    February 22, 1934
THE EVENING HERALD. KLAMATH FALLS. OREGON
V AGR SEVEN
Want-Ads Bring Results
Phone Yours to 1900
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Insertion.
pr ent discount on
dl rBDDlDI on
sk.
pr out discount on
d -mining oof
month.
All eUnlfled di ar Usert
id II both Tb Klamath News
end Evnlog Htrald, t th
a dot rata, ppsrlog Id Tbt
Nvi flrU
Tim limit for classification
la tb following dy paper
I 6:00 P. M. Adi dalred In
rtd on tb same day ob
milled will bav 10 ran "Too
Lot to Classify." Too-Late
lo-CleMlty ! r P ,n on,
paper only at th am rale
aa quoted above, and classlflso
lor iocciuia luntHMt
Lot and Found
LOST Tra of mar, whit
with brown. Branded CI. on
left hip and Jaw. Reward. W.
L. Boll. Malln, Oregon. 3784
LOST Cameo brooch In or near
Merrill danca hall, Saturday
nlghL Valued aa ktayaakj.
Reward for return, Mr, tl. W.
Martin, boi 816, Tula
Calif.
CBral Notleo
ATTENTION WOOI-GROWERS.
Wo ar In position to eonslsn
or contract your woolr -Aiiy
quantity. Liberal advances.
Rro u flrat. PEOPLE'S WARH
IIOU8K. 8786
REV. CORA ISABEL WRIGHT.
Medium. Rending dally. Ball
faction gunrantoed or monoy
refunded. "You will find ma
dlfforenL" 1101 Pino. P-444'
WRITS for oor 1284 Saed Cata
log, Mark Uaana Co., Lowls
ton. Idaho. 8
BAQS aro worth money. Lot ni
atora thorn until you aro ready
fo aell. PEOPLE'S WAHB
1IOU8H 18
RADIO BBRVTOB .ot an kind.
Wm. Long, KOI Lookout Rt
pnone insa
118
r or tonal
RBADINOB dany 811 Oak. 6o.
S Tranaportatton
Travel By Stag
ShorUst Routs to
PORTLAND $5.90 one way
SEATTLE $8.40 one way
SPOKANE $12.80 one way
Via Band and Wanlnltla
Lasts Oraybonnd Depot at 11:88
P.
m. daily. , Phone 1880.
LITTLE ORPHAN ANNIE
MsJsJ eaesaew1ji ajejaasaai
If SW . a sW mT
if THIS MUCH BE TAKEN
I 18 A I THINK CARE OP
fj PALACE H OF ALL fl DON'T
H Jj THE T WORRY
EmyttSM SERVANTS Q ABOUT
m(i fTnNE' KEEI!JpsTt!AlT
r
THIS
IS
DARLIK
HOUSE-YOU
KNOW WE'RE
OUST ORDINARY
FOLKS- WB
CAN'T PUT ON
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7 Help Wanted, Female
WANTED MIddlo-liged woman
to balp with housework and
cure ot ohlld. 826 N. 9th.
8703
WANTED Middle -aged houso
keopar. Apply 8181 Uurclen
after 8 o'clock. 8700
9 Situation Wanted
lOXPKUIENOBI) girl want! gen
erul houaework, city refer
ences. I'hone 1H31J. 2777
Situation Wanted
EXPERIENCED, oompetont girl
desire bouse or restaurant
work. City refiironcoa. 4 47
Market., Apt. 18. 2703
II
Furnlahed Room
OUTSIDE ROOMS 188 Walnut.
8778
13 Furniihed Apartment
LARGE I-room apartment. 887
Jefferson. 1704
AUOADID APAHTMONTIt 880
up. Plenty heat. garai:. 1188
STEAM HEATED
ltd Arma.
116.80 up.
2502
14
Furnlahed Houae
FOR RENT 4-room modern fur
nlahed boue at 2430 Orchard
aveuu. 118.60 a month.
86(6
IS Unfurniahad Houae
FOR RENT Houae and garden
apot near Weyorhauoaor mill.
HI. 1, Bog 876. 8788
17 Real Eatata For Sale
403818 11 A CUES, aome
trad or caah, long time. K.
I). Thompson, Roguo River,
Or. 2711
Foil BALE OR RENT 180
acre aat of Ady aiding on
H. I. Co. R. 10 mllea aouth
Klnmath Falls. Cnab or crop
mill. I. L. 1 1 o ward. Newborn.
(r..-on, (18 6th St. 8707
19
Automotive
PAY A FEW DOLLARS
MORE
to a low priced
CAR
and get a Dig nw all-feature
OLDSMOBILE SIX
TRADE Uaod ear for equity In
lulu modol ear. Nowe-Herald,
box 2772. 2773
20 Miscellaneous For Sale
AUCTION Saturday, 24th, 1 p.
m.. at Eighth and Klamath
arc, In Grime bldg. Consign
ment ot atornge. Including
Player piano, electric radio, roll
.'top deak, aome furniture, and
remainder of atock of scrond
band atora. Col. Bwlgart, Auc
tioneer. 2713
FOR SALE Cook atovea; whllo
they lait, 87.60 each. PEO
PLE'S WAREHOUSE. 2788
WALL PAPER BALE, 10 to 50
per cent off. Muat movo 10,
000 rolls to ninko room tor
new atock. Patteraon Pnlnt
Storo. 2787
TOM SALE Tenm maroa, bar
neaa and wagon. Inqulro Wll
llomaoii River atora. 2781
TOY rOX TERRIER mnlo pupa.
Phone 2168. 2780
WOOD. Phone 1606-R. O. M
Lawaon. 8281
FOR 8ALB Weaner piga. 8th
bouaa loft on Summora Lano.
2765
FOR SALE Team and harness.
C. Smith, Rt. 8, Box 160.
2762
FOR SALE A number ot gentle
broke work boraoa, 10 toama
well broke mule weighing
from 1400 to 8000 lbs. Llskoy
Bros., Malln, Oregon. 8731
ccKsra
OH. THAT 1
WILL ALL.
BE TAKEN I
CARE OP-1
DON'T
WORRY
ABOUT
THAT"
FINE
YOU'RB MIGHT Y
SENSIBl.6'
WAIT A
TELL
THAT
USING
HEAD- YOU
TURNED DOWN
A CASTLE
FOR
BIRD
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TOUCHED
Klamath Business Directory
Chiropractor
P. 0. LONG, Tel. 1640.
Norvo Socialist.' 187 B. 7th
Drea Shoppe
TOROLEH'B UPSTAIRS DREH8
BIIUPPE. Smart drosses, aulta
and coat. Stewart-Drow Uldg.
731 Mnlo. 2080
Fur Wanted
Wantod raw tura. Bob Andrew
wanta your raw fura al the Ideal
Grocery, 1040 Eaal Mala 81
191 J
HematiW !.ing
HEM8TITt!HINU. BUTTONS on
ered, dreeamaklng. Mr. H
M. Allender. 614 Walnut
0174
Turklih Bath
Massage. Colonic Irrigation IUK
latered Nurse 127 Ho Heventli
20a
Swaps
TRADE Orocorlea for potatoes,
onions, egga. Scotli Krult
Produce Co South Clh 28(4
21 Wanted Miecellaneoua
WANTED Oood hula skirt,
cheap. 614 Klamath, botween
2 and 8 p. m. 2786
WANTED Light used trailer.
News, box 2774. 2774
22 Livestock and Feed
TO LEASE Sheep rnngo with
flno browse, ot ovor 6000
acres between Mncdool and
Bray In Siskiyou county. Bulla
Creek runs through proporty.
2350 dollars for season to re
sponsible tenant. Apply to
Wm. H. Hagelateln, Butta Val
ley State Bank, Dorria, Siski
you county, California. 2666
MILK COWS FOR SALE Phono
278M or call at Enterprise
Dairy, between four and alx
p. in. 2700
22a Poultry For Sale
ORDER Mnsulre chlcka now.
Barred Plymouth Rocka. K 1
Reds and White Lor horns.
Quality unsurpassed. 8 I a t
college u. w. u. teatea. L,ona'
ing laying atralns. 210100
nrenald. Maaulre Eloctrlc
Hatcher?. 3416 N. B. O-eaon
atreot Portland, uro
430
23
Financial
SAVE
SAVE
SAVE
ON
AUTO LOANS
AND REFINANCING
Loweat ratea and aaalest terma
Investigate and be convinced.
MOTOR INVESTMENT CO.
103 So. 7th. Ph. im:
Hate License M-104
24 Buaineaa Opportunitiea
WANT TO BUY PartkiorBhlp In
small business. Roturences.
Box 284, Malln. 2776
JVork for Neccnitics
EXPERIENCED OIRL wants
general housework. City ref
erences. Phone 1831J. 2700
HOUSE to rent in exchange for
housowork. Phona 180. 1(45
Main. 2758
QIIIL wanta housework or care
of children. References. Phone
602J. ' . tea
Woman wants work by Day 'or
Hour, Hnmel Apt. Apt. 4,
Pbona 431W. 8868
MIDDLE-AGED man wanta work.
2217 Van Ness. 2500
WILL DO any kind of work for
rent of small house. Nows-
llornlll, IIOX Z7Z 4 2724
By Harold Gray
WAS
I'LL SAY
HES TOUCHED'
ANY WAY
YOU LOOK
AT ITf
YOUR
A
OLD
WAS
And what
Tf OH, VOO'RS 1 T WELL I
i SO KIND HAVE A SMALL 1
BUT I PLACE TO (
COULON'T SHOW YOU-TEN I
FEEL AT f ROOMS, FOUR I
HOME IN I BATHS- EVERY A
SUCH A I MODERN
I CASTLE- I CONVENIENCE
V -S I PLENTY OF I
YT I GROUND- A
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HoapiUl
Soul Sanitarium Pbona 1(0.
Typewriters
Adding Machine and Typewriter
Service Co.. 630 Mnln St., Klam
ath Folia, Oro. Phono 842.
Sales iiontnla Repair
1(20 to 1027 Inspector (Mechani
cal Expert) for Rurrongha Ad
ding Machine Co., mnnufactnrere
of Adding, Subtracting, Calculat
ing, Typuwriler Hilling and Hnok
keeping machines. 1027 to date
here In this city. Expert per
sonal service by C. O. Moore. We
will gladly ropnlr dr overhaul
any machine at your premises.
TYPEWRITER ADDINO MA
CHINK, (iuaranteed service and
repair. Two mechanics factory
trained. 26 year' experience.
Most complote service shop In
southern Oregon. OltEOON
EQUIPMENT CO. Ph. 2067.
Wood
KIR AND PINE Sound wood.
Full Cords guaranteed Bob
Brown. 2432 White. Phono
1301 It. 2478
Necetaitie for Work
WANTED Man or woman to
care for aged man. Board
and room. Call at pearl'a
Store, 8 mlloa out Keno high
way. 2778
Legal Notice
PUBLICATION OF SUMMONS
la the Circuit Court of the State
of Oregon, for Klamath Coun
ty. Emllo Egert Plaintiff, vs. The
California Oregon Power Com
pany, Ouat 8oderlund and Mar
gie Soil r rln ml and Klcta H. ilc
Cully, Defendants.
To Gust Sodcrland, Margie
Sotlorluud, and Flota H. McCully
and each of you, defendants: In
the gome of the State of Oregon.
You and each of you are here
by required to appear and answer
the complaint filed against yon in
the above entitled auit on or be
fore March 8, 1934, that being
the expiration of four weeks'
publication of this summons pre
scribed by the order for publica
tion thereof, and If you fail so
to answer, the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief do
manded In the complaint, to-wlt:
for decree against Gust and Mar
gie Sodorlund and each of them
In sum of 31-252.64 together
with Interest thereon at rate of
10 nor cent per annum from
October 17. 1930. and the furth
er sum of 1160.00 attorno: fee;
for costs and disbursements of
auit; for foreclosure of plaintiff's
mortgage ana tne sale ot tue
mortgaged premises consisting of
a certain tract in the northwest
quarter of the soutbea:' quarter
and Lot two of Section 23 In
Township 39. south of Range 8,
eaat ot the Willamette Meridian
In Klamath County. Oregon, par
ticularly described In tbe com-
Slnlnt In this suit, to satisfy the
ecree obtained: that nil defend
ants be forevor barred and fore
closed of all right, title, estate,
lien, or Interest in or to said
premises or nny part thereof, ex
cept right of redomptlon; and
tor such other and further relief
as to equity may apportaln.
This pu hi lent ion Is made by
order of the Hon. W. M. Duncan,
Judgo ot tbo above named court,
duly made on February 8. 1934.
The dato of first publication
ot this summons la February 8.
1934.
A. C. YADEN.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
Address: 409 Main Street, Klam
ath Falls. Oregon.
H F 8.15,22 M 116
ADMINISTRATRIX NOTICE
In the County Court for the State
ot Oregon In and tor the
County of Klamath.
In tho Matter of the Estate ot
A. Westman, also known as
' Algot Westman, Deceased.
Notice la hereby given that
Margareta Kathrena Westman,
Administratrix of the estate ot
A. Westman, also known aa Algot
Westman. deceased, having filed
her final account herein, the
hearing upon the same has been
fixed by the Court for the 16th
1 This Curious
a last av au tnviet, no,
logger
WIJfMbBMB2aOJ
National and
STORAGE MEN
GIVE SUPPORT
TO III PRICE
PORTLAND, Fb. 22, (IP)
Storage operators were giving
support to higher prices for fresh
butter, meanwhile taking advant
age of the higher values, llut
torfat was up le por lb. locally,
at 23o generally, but aome paying
24c per lb. Cubes wore up 1c
on the exchange except first,
which were unchanged.
There continued a lack of price
change In the market for egga.
Storage operations were gaining
rapidly In all Pacific Slope terri
tory. Most purchases were be
ing made of current receipt.
Drmand Molds l'p
Demand for dressed turkeys
was holding surprisingly well
here. No. 1 grade waa nearly off
the market and nominally quoted
but there waa aome good medium
grade.
Local trade was seeking spring
lambs, out without additional
supplies. The first lot sold at
85c per lb., which was a stiff
premium offered by the buyer
for Initial offering. Later offer
lng . were expected to be mater
ially less.
There wag a call for good
Pekin ducks, alive, for which tbe
exchange was quoting a buying
price of 12c, while receivers here
were easily able to secure 16c,
and possibly lc to 2c more. There
waa also a call for quality lire
geese. .-,
Oood distribution of Colombia
river amelt was reported by tbe
local trade with tbe bulk of tbe
sales 21.00 per box ot about 60
lbs., net. Quality waa good.. Sal
mon waa firm at 18o tor Chi
nook.. Much better quality California
aaparagua was being received.
Price ranges from 13c to 16c per
lb. generally; a tew at 17e.
Oregon Grain
Growers Benefit
SALEM, Ore., Feb. 22, OI.F0
Oregon grain growers will bene
fit by nearly 3300,000 by an or
der In tbe grain rate case which
Is expected to be Issued within
the next two days from public
utilities commissioner Charlea
Thomas' office. It waa learned
tpday.
Findings In the case showed.
It was said, that railroads charg
ed Inter-state rates to Oregon
growers on 12,000 freight cars
dating' as far back a 1925 on
shipments classified by the com
mission as lntra-etate. Differ
ence In charges la about 20 per
cent lesa for Intra-state hauling.
Union Miners Get
Labor Recognition
WASHINGTON, Feb. 22, (U.F9
Tbe bituminous labor board
tonight recognised the United
Mine workers fts the legitimate
union representing workers in
tho Peabody mines near Spring
field, 111., and rejected the pro
gressive miners union demand
for recognition. -
Counsel for the radical pro
gressive miners union said the
doclsloa would be appealed to the
courts. s-.k- -
Legal Notice
day ot March, 1984, at 10:00
o'clock a. m. of said day, at the
courtroom ot aald Court, In the
Courthouse at Klamath Falls,
Oregon, and all persons Interested
in said estate are notified then
and there to appear and show
cause. It any there he, why said
account should not be settled
and allowed.
Dated at Klamath Falls, Ore
gon, this 15th day of February,
1934.
Margareta Kathrena Westman,
Administratrix. .
FH 15,22 M 1.8,16 17 '
World
CUCKOO
CAN SINfe
with rrs BILL
CLOSEOf
Portland
Produce
PORTLAND, Fob. 22, UP)
Butter, prints, extraa, 26c; stan
dards, 251o per lb.
Butterfat, Portland delivery, A
grade, 23c to 24c per lb,; farmers
door delivery, 20c to 21c. per lb.
Eggs, Pacific Poultry Produc
ers' selling price: Fresh extras,
16c; standards, 14o; mediums,
14c per dos. (Cartons lc higher),
Buying price to wholesalers: 78
Fresh extras, 13c to 14c: firsts,
11c to 12 c; mediums, 9c to 10c;
nndergrades, 10c; .pullets, 9o to
10c per doxen.
Cheese, 92 score, Oregon trip
lets, 121c; loaf, 131c per lb;
Brokera will pay ic below quo
tations. Milk, contract price, 4, Port
land delivery, 31.96 per cwt.; B
grade cream, 87Jc per lb.
Country meats, selling price to
retailers: Country killed hogs,
best butcbers, under 160 lbs, 81c
to 9c; vealers, 90 to 100 lbs.,
9c to 10c; light and thin, 6c
to' 8c; heavy calves. Ed to 7o
per lb.'; lambs, 15c; heavy ewes,
6c to 7c per lb.; medium ewes,
40 to 6c per lb; canner cows, 21c
to 31c per lb.; bulls, 41c to 5c
per lb.
Mobalr, buying price nominal.
Cascara bark, buying price,
1932 peel, Zlo per lb.
Hops, 1932 clusters, 25o to
30c per Id.
- Live poultry, Portland deliv
ery, buying prices: Colored
fowls, nnder 61 lbs., 12c to 13c
over 51 lbs, 11c to 12c; spring
pullets. 2 to 21 lbs.. 13c to 14c;
roasters, over 31 lbs., 13c to 14c;
Leghorn fowls, over 31 lbs, 10c
to 11c; nnder 3 lbs., 10c to 11c;
broilers, 11 to 2 lbs., 14c to 15c;
over 2 lb.. 13c to 14c; stags 6c;
roosters, 6c; Pekin dncks, 12c;
colored, 10c; geese, 10c per lb.
Onlens, Yakima, f 1.40 to
$1.60; Oregon, 32.00.
Potatoes, local white and red,
81.26 to $1.86 per cental; Yaki
ma, $1.45; Deschutes, $1.65 to
$1.76; bakers. $2.00.
New Potatoes, Florida Tri
umphs, $4.25 per 100 lbs.: 10c
per lb. Hawaii, 51e to 6o per lb.
Wool, 1934 clip, nominal: Wil
lamette Valley, 22c to 25c per
lb.; Eastern Oregon, 20c to 26e
per lb.; Southern Idaho, 16c to
20c per lb.
Hay, buying price from pro
ducers: Alfalfa No. 1. new crop.
$14.00 to $15.00; vetch. $14.00;
Willamette Valley timothy.
$15.00; Eastern Oregon timothy,
$17.00: timothy grasses blended.
$15.00; oata. $13.00 per ton.
U. S. Immigration service has
been Instructed to show courtesy
toward aliens at our gates and
nntortunately that will probably
include such people as George
Bernard Shaw.
Ponies Lure
Clara Bow
Clara Bow, screen madcap, haa
found a new thrill the ponies.
8he haa become an ardent - rac
ing devotee and la pictured here
aa ahe watches the galloper
from the Judges' pagoda at the
Agna Callente track.
Hopes for Nazi
Coup in Austria
A Chancellor Dolltuss seeks to
" crush the Austrian Socialists, a
watchful waiting role la being
played by Alfred Frauenfeld,
above, Austrian Nasi leader.
He has been largely responsi
ble tor the spread ot Hitler'
power In Austria, '
.Nv.sj Pi
33tevj$$&&a aao-a-a-at ssi
Local Markets
SO. SAN FRANCISCO. Feb. 22,
(U.R1 Hogs: 575, Including 415
direct. Fairly active, butchers
around 100 lower; donnie aeca
177 lb. Calltornlas, $5.25, light
ly sorted, $4.75; packing sows,
$3.50. Late Tuesday, few lot
local-fed trnck-lns, $4.66-$ 5.
Cattle: 825, Including 125
holdovers. She-stock active, ful
ly steady; steer market not es
tablished, scattered early sales
around ateady, load good, 955 lb.
fed Colorado holdover ateers,
$5.50; load 950 lb. Idahos,
$6.35; best light fed steers avail
able held around $6; around 60
bead good-choice 677 lb. local-
fed yearling heifers, $6.50; good
young range cows absent, quoted
13.60-12.75; fleshy dairy type,
$2.86-33, low- cutter- common
cows. $l-$2.76; good ball held
$3.60.
Calves: 60, all direct
Sheep: None. Good-choice wool
ed lambs, 90 lb. down nominally
quoted around $8.26-38.75.
Livestock
Chicago
cmrtinn Vah 99 IE iV. fl.
Dept. Agr.) Hogs: 23,000; fair
ly active, steady to iuc nigner;
bulk Better graae zuu-zsw ids.
la Inn f 4.B5: nackina
sows largely $3.85-4, best $4.16.
Cattle: 6000: steer and year-
llticr Mfv ITAnc. tn 2fie
higher, cutter cows steady to 15c
lower, sorting considered; oeei
cows steady, steers well cleaned
m-1. hBl Innv V0A-1fnflr 7.XS.
several loads $6.75-7.25, best
1396 lb. steers fs.za, nmg net
ter grade steers io.ou-s.za.
RhaMi' 10 000 ! fat lamba
opening alow. Indications fully
steady; nnyera generally uuung
under ss.&u on good u cnoice
wAtlcff lamhs sallATO , anktn
higher; talking around steady or
upward to s.uu-tu ror oetter
grade natives.
Moratorium For
Irrigation Fees
May Be Granted
A telegram waa received from
Representative Walter M. Pierce
Wednesday stating that western
representatives of Irrigation dis
tricts bad appeared before tne
budget director concerning a
moratorium extension on con
struction charges for 1984.
"The director was hopeful the
relief measure would be approv
ed thus assuring passage by tne
house,' the telegram stated.
The moratorium wonld amount
to abont $60,000 on all Klamath
connty Irrigation district taxes
for 1934, according to A. u.
Crawford, secretary ot the Klam
ath Irrigation District.
The construction charges
wouid be deferred and placed on
the end of Irrigation contract
payments without drawing Inter
est, shonld the moratorium be
passed..
Harvester Company
Grants Wage Raise
CHICAGO. Feb. 22, U.R
More tban 23,000 employes of
the International Harvester com
pany were affected by a 61 per
cent Increase in pay announced
by officials ot the company to
day. The pay advance brings the
wage scale to within 97 percent
of the 1927 level.
HORIZONTAL
1 Who waa this
famous writer
on fishing?
12 Water wheel.
14 Freer from
. pain.
15.3.14K.
16 Valise.
17 Waa promoted.
18 Merriment.
19 Boy.
21 Bottom.
22 Within.
23 Prefecture In
China.
24'Food used m
catching fish.
26 One not easily
excited.
28 Ovum.
29 Alleged force.
30 Noah's boat
31 To' accomplish.
32 Sailor.
33 Mongrel dog.
36 Law.
36 Like. '
37 Tublform. '
41 Beret
42 Hooked.
43 Pale.
44 Second note,
46 His book, "Tbe
still popular.'
48 Rapped lightly
49 Turf.
50 Dregs.
61 Costly.
52 To observe.
53 To peruse. '
A Fish Story
Aaavrer so Previo-ai Pnxxie
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Portland
Livestock
PORTLAND. Feb. 23, UPt
Cattle, receipts, 100) calves, It;
market ateady.
Steers, good eranon and me
dium, $3.60 to $s.l0; bettors,
$3.26 to 6.!5; eows, good oora
mon and medium, $3.00 to $4.15;
low cutter and cutter, $1.78 to
$3.00; bulls, euttor, common and
medium, $2.50 to $3.25; veal
ers, good and choice, $6.50 to
$8.00; cull, oommon and medium,
$3,00 to $6.50; calves, good and
choice, $5.00 to $0.00 j oommon
and medium, $2.60 to $5.00. :
about ateady.
Lightweight, good and choice.
$4.25 to $6.00; medium wolght.
good and choice. $4.80 to $8.00:
heavyweight, good and choice,
$4.00 to $4.75; packing sows,
good, $3.00 to $3.75; feeder and
stocker pigs, good and choice,
$3.60 to $4.15.
Sheep, receipts, too; market
higher tendency.
Lamb, food and choice, IT.50
to $8.25; common and medium,
$5.50 to $7.60; yearling wethers,
$4.00 'to $6.00; wss, good and
choice, $3.00 to $4.00; common
and medium, $2.00 to $3.26.
FOREIGN MARKET
LONDON In an active session
on tbe stock exchange today.
Kairirs weakened on lack of sup
port and the lower price of bar
gold. Rubber share also de
clined following unfavorable re
striction reports, while gilt-edged
securities and home Industrials
were firm. Transatlantic issues
held steady, but German bonds
declined. ..The market closed
steady.
BERLIN T rsii! on the
Boerse waa quiet and Inactive,
The market closed with few price
changes.
PARIS Closed, King Albert'
funeral.
Attorney 'Attacks
Stock Mart Control
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 22. (U.(9
Proposed legislation for feder
al regulation of atock market
opera tiona as now being studied
by the senate banking committee
would "endanger" rather than
In prove the nation'a financial
system, Samuel TJntermyer, New
York attorney and long aa advo
cate ot stock market regulation,
aald In an address here today.
The bill by prohibiting the ex
tension of credit on any securi
ties not registered with a nation
al securities exchange wonld de
stroy "the marketability ot f ally
75 percent ot all tbe outstanding
securities ot corporations In this
country," TJntermyer aald.
Two Killed In
Auto Accident
OLYMPIA, Wash., Feb. 12,
(U.R) Two Tacoma men war
killed and a Seattle maa badly
Injured when their car want
over a curve on the Olympla
Aberdeen highway today. Axel
Hoyer ot Seattle, driver, aald he
dozed at the wheel and waa un
able to bring the car nnder eon
troL The dead an T. J. Keener,
44, Tacoma meatman and A. W.
Holme, 68, owner of a Tacoma
cabinet works. .
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eats its rider.
21 Large.
28 Evergreen tj
26 Since.
27 Grain.
29 Rowing tool,
82 Peak.
34 You and me.
85 To ensnare.
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38 Hairless.
39 Devoured,.
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by
nationality.
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4 Lava.
42 Expectation,
43 Soft mass.
44 Ivthe era.
5 Parrot preying
on sheep.
6 Existed.
1 0nager.
8 Late sleepers.
9 To scatter.
46 Low vulgar
fellow.
46 Pedal digit.
47 Meadow,
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