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TRADING IS QUIET n AT D. C. MARKET Local Merchants Report In -1 crease in Business Dur ing Last Week. I Wholesale merchants reported an Increased'volume of business last week. Trading was not very brisk this morning, however, being about as slow as dealers expect during the first business day of the week. Last week’s pork market was espe cially brisk, the demand showing a fairly large increase. Beef, veal and lamb were not so much in demand. Dealers this morning reported a con tinued firm condition of the pork mar ket, while the market on other meats was , inclined to be draggy. Butter Price Drops. A slight decrease in butter was the Interesting feature of the day’s market, a drop of 1 cent being reported. Dealers reported a continued firm condition of the egg market, receipts being fairly heavy, with no change in prices. Fruits and vegetables continued in plentiful supplies at prices about the same as at the close of last week’s market. Poultry supplies continue heavy enough to meet demands, and dealers this morning predicted increased receipts of marine products, direct re sult of changed weather conditions. Prices of most commodities this morning were about the same as prices reported at the close of the market last Week. Today’s Wholesale Prices—Jobbers Prices Slightly Higher. Butter —One-pound prints, 50 1 iaSl’i; tub, 49‘ 2 af>o! 2 ; store packed, 30a35. Eggs—Hennery’, 38a40; fresh selected, 38a40; current receipts, 37a38; storage, 30a32. Poultry, alive —Turkeys, 35a36; Spring chickens, 35a38; Leghorns, 30a35; fowls, 29a30; roosters, 19a20; ducks, 25; geese, 20; keats, young, 56a60; old, 30. Dressed —Turkeys, 40a50; Spring chick ens, 40a42; Leghorns, 35; fowls, 30a32; capons, large, 45a46; small, 36a40; ducks, 32a33; geese, 25a30; keats, 80a LOO. Meats, fresh killed —Beef, 18a24; veal, 26a27; lamb, 26a29; pork loins, 25; fresh hams, 23a24; fresh shoulders, 16a17; smoked hams, 25: smoked shoulders, 16a17; bacon, 20a22; lard, in tins, 13Vi: in packages, 14 \±. Live stock —Calves, 16; lambs, 14al4Vfe. Fruit and Vegetable Review, The daily market report on fruits and vegetables (compiled by the Market hews Service Bureau of Agricultural Economics), says: Sales to jobbers ex cept where otherwise noted; Apples—Supplies moderate; demand light, market steady; abrrels; Virginia, U. S. No. 1,2 Vi inches up Staymans. 5.00a5.50; mostly 5.50; boxes, Washing ton. medium to large size extra fancy Delicious, 3.50a3.75; mostly around 3.50; extra fancy Romes Staymans. mostly 2.50; Winesaps, 2.65a2.75; bushel bas kets, Pennsylvania and Virginia, U. S. No. 1, 23,4 inches up Black Twigs, :lightly scalded, 1.65; 2 3 ,+ inches up lightly scalded, 1.75a1.90; U. S. No. 1 :Va inches up Grimes ripe slightly : calded, 1.50a1.75. Cabbage—New stock—Supplies liberal; remand light, market steady; Florida, l'/i-bushel hampers, pointed type, 1.40a 1.50; few high as 1.65. Old stock— Supplies light; demand light, market teady; Holland 110-pound baskets, few tales, 3.50. Celery—Supplies moderate; demand light, market about steady; Florida, 10-inch crates, in the rough and crate washed, all sizes, 2.75a3.00; California, crates, in the rough, holdovers, poor to fair quality and condition, 2.50a4.00. Lettuce—Supplies moderate; demand tight, market steady; California, crates, Iceberg type. 4-5 dozen, 3.50a4.00; most ly around 3.75; Arizona, crates, Iceberg type, 4-5 dozen, 2.75a3.00. Onions —Supplies moderate; demand light, market steady; Michigan and Ohio, 100-pound sacks, yellows, U. S. No. 1, medium to large size. 5.75a6.00; tome medium size. 5.50;, Holland, 110- pound sacks, yellows, No. 1, 6.00. Potatoes—Supplies moderate; demand moderate, market steady; New York, PEOPLES DRUG STORES JOIN COTY in His 25th Anniversary of Unparalleled Success A Lovely —""••sgi-v"—-- _ Gift That \y^ Ty man f | immm Jgjj^ m jysntW!B^ Free... *1 COTY Silver Jubilee Compact given away with the purchase of a *1 Box of COTY Face Powder » **“ f «He .pedal OCp ,2 .V Cllt£B m price of only .. In celebration of twenty-five years of world-wide success, Coty makes this Gift to the millions of discriminating women who use his creations. Each combination package holds a Box of the supreme Coty Face Powder with the Free Jubilee Compact in the same shade and odeur—both at the price of the v Face Powder alone—giving double value. All Over Town—the Better to Serve You 150-pound sacks, round whites, U. S. No. 1, 2.25a2.35; Michigan, 150-pound sacks, Russet Rurals, U. S. No. 1, 2.25a 2.35; Pennsylvania, 150-pound sacks, round whites, U. S. No. 1, 2.10a2.15; some fair condition, 2.00. Spinach—Supplies moderate; demand light, market steady; Texas, bushel baskets. Savoy type, 1.10al.l5; South Caroline, veneer barrels, Savoy type, 2.25; m -bushel hampers, Savoy type, 1.10a1.25. Tomatoes —Supplies moderate; demand moderate, market steady; Florida, sixes, ripes and turning, wrapped, fancy count, best mostly fair to poor quality and condition, 2.50a4.00; choice count, best, 3.00a3.50r poorer low as 2.00; sixes, green and turning, wrapped, mostly green, fancy count. 3.50a4.00; choice count, 2.50a3.00; 216’s, 1.50. String beans—Supplies moderate: de mand light, market slightly weaker: Florida, bushel hampers, green, best, mostly 3.00; fair quality and condition, 2.25a2.75; spotted. 2.00. Peppers—Supplies moderate; demand light, market steady. Florida, pepper crates, fancy, 3.50a3.75; choice, 2.75a 3.00. Squash—Suplies moderate; demand moderate, market slightly weaker: Flor ida pepper crates, white wrapped, 3.50 a3.75. Cucumbers —Supplies moderate: de mand light, market dull and slightly weaker; Indiana 2-dozen crates, hot house stock, extra fancy, 4.50a4.75, mostly 4.50; fancy, 4.00a4.25, mostly 4.00. Strawberries —Supplies light; demand light, market about steady: Florida pony refrigerator, various varieties, 40a 45 per quart: 32-quart crates, various varieties, holdovers, some fair condition, 35a45. Eggplant—Too few sales reported to quote. Cauliflower—Supplies moderate; de mand light, market firm. California pony crates, 1.50a1.75: mostly 1.75. Carrots—Supplies light: demand light, market steady. Texas, lettuce crates. 2.75a3.00. Beets—Supplies moderate; demand PVY Do 5 011 hnoiv the Advantages of Our C7 LOAN PLAN We loan money for the pur- OR MORE pose of purchasing or refinane- \sT e ing real estate in the District of i on your Columbia on the most advantage- '! ave , Savings ous terms. 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STIUT.' TTA'SHTEGTOy. * TT.~ 'C.f HfQyiVAT. FEBBFATtY 18, 1929.' light, market steady. Texas, Western lettuce crates, 2.25a2.50. Oranges—Supplies liberal: demand moderate, market about steady. Florida boxes, No. 1, medium to large size, 3.50a 3.75. / Grapfruit—Supplies light: demand light; market steady. Florida, boxes No. 1, medium size, 3.50. FILM DIRECTOR BURNED. Frank Gallagher Victim of Fatal Automobile Collision. BURBANK. Calif., February 18 G4 3 ). Frank Gallagher, motion picture direc tor, was burned to death in his auto mobile here Saturday night following a collision on the highway. Gallagher’s car was driven by Jack Leaverton, 17, high school student, and the other automobile figuring in the accident was driven by Byron Harner, North Hollywood fireman. Both Cars turned over and burned. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Folland and their 12-year-old daughter of Pasadena, passengers in Hamer’s car, were severely bruised. Harner was held under arrest on sus picion of manslaughter. M’CLURG TO LECTURE. Free Illustrated Travel Talk to Be Given Wednesday Night. Gilbert McClurg, travel. lecturer, of Colorado Springs, who has appeared here a number of times in travel talks, will give a free illustrated lecture t>n “Fly With Me Above Pike's Peak, Crest of the Continent, and the Garden of the Gods,” Wednesday night at 8:15 in the assembly hall of the central Y. M. C. A., 1736 G street. The lecture, it is announced by C. E. Fleming, director of service, Y. M. C. A., will be open to the public. SAVING FARM WASTE MEETS DIFFICULTIES 1' ) ' 1 IT. S. Chamber of Commerce Sur vey Shows Variety of Uses, but Light Dsmand for Products. I ” By the Associated Press. Business, following on the heels of ■ science, Is attempting to convert the ■ waste’s of American farms into useful . products, but it was declared today by , the agricultural service of the Chamber ' of Commerce of the United States to be encountering serious difficulties in ; the application of the discoveries. 1 Announcing the results of a survey, 1 the report showed that 24 valuable . products, ranging from alpha cellulose 1 to xylose, can be made from corn stalks and that corn cobs by the work of I chemistry can be made to yield 52 prod i ucts. Even corn pith, it vontinued. can be converted into 20 products, includ ing cellulose, face powder, rayon, smoke less powder and viscose, while straw, oat hulls, sugar cane bagasse and flax were also said to hold out possibility of being transformed from troublesome wastes into valuable raw materials. The conclusion was reached by the survey that “science has found a sur prisingly large number of uses to which many agricultural by-products are adapted, yet the commercial production Ipqgi IT™SSgI > George y Washlngton’s Birthday ' gl Our stores open ajjjjSSSSSB^SSS^SSSSSa February 22nd—George Washington's Birthday—and ! will then close for the rest of the day. | ■ NBoo X A&pßrand 1 SOUPS \\ OATS // **isins i | I SSgSf | t I|| 1 2,»«19*| h**. lop I|| Apple Sauce Quality Ttt cans 19c I Heinz Beans Boston Style--Kidney £. 19c R Domestic Sardines 3 can; 19C Hf Light Tuna Fish « 19c Encore Macaroni 4 25c u| Octagon Soap 3 t*w 19c Calif. Prunes 3 in. 25c Kirkman’s Soap 3 «**« 19c Corn Meal »’-»*»- s-n. k« 25c B| Lifebuoy Soap 3 cakßS 19c A. J. Pan’ke Flour 2 i*g«. 25c Log Cabin Syrup Blend 25c i Evaporated Milk WK SJSr 3 ‘1. 25c gi Argo Red Salmon » 25c 1 Meat Markets Fruits & Vegetables ft Tender Steaks Juicy Oranges doz. 23c E| Porterhouse lb. 49c Fancy G’fruit 3 for 20c H| I Sirloin lb. 45c J I Crisp Celery bunch IOC J |Eg| [ Top Round lb. 43c | r Iceberg Lettuce head 9c " Round lb. 39c Fresh Tomatoes lb. 15c h| Fillet of Haddock lb. 23c Fresh Spinach 3 lbs. 25c Med. Trout 2 lbs. 25c Tender Kale 4 lbs. 25c p Fresh Buck Shad lb. 33c New Cabbage lb. 5c j|j| and uttliation of these by-products has hardly begun.” It said that this is due sometimes to limited demand for the resultant products and again to the Impossibility of competing econom ically with raw materials from other sources obtainable at lower costs or that can be handled more cheaply. EDITOR’S SON SUICIDE. Wallace Rogers, 18, Found Gas Victim in New York Apartment. NEW YORK. February 18 (>P).—Wal lace Rogers, 18-year-old son of Bruce Rogers, economist and contributing edi tor of The Nation, was found dead yes terday in a Greenwich Village apart ment he shared with his father. Gas was flowing from three burners of a range and from a light jet. Police said he had committed suicide. The boy left no notes, and the father told police his son never had spoken of suicide. He told police the boy was "high strung and neurasthenic,” but could give no other reason for the sui side. Former Canadian Official Dies. OTTAWA, Ontario, February 18 (/P). —The Hon. James Colebrooke Patter son, former secretary of state of Can ada, minister of militia and lieutenant governor of Manitoba and Keew r atin, died last night at his residence here. He was in his ninetieth year. Mr. Pat terson was born in Ireland but migrated to Canada in 1857. LEGIONNAIRES TO HOLD MEMBERSHIP MEETING Ball/ Will Be Addressed Tonight by Several Speakers; Band Program Arranged. The local department of the Ameri can Legion will hold a membership rally tonight at 8 o'clock in the Memorial Continental Hall. Department Comdr. Harlan. Wood will act as master of ceremonies and make a brief address. Other speakers include Senator Reed of Pennsylvania, COUGHS YOU must relieve the congestion of blood that keep* the throat from healing. Rub the cheat and neck with the original pure white GOWAMS. It quickly penetrates and draws the blood away. The fumes from the famous Gowan oils heal the air passages. They soothe the bronchial tubes, relieve the tickle in the throat, and give nature a r nance to heal and cure the cough. For US years pure white GOWANS has been used for grown-ups and children. A trial jar is only 30c. Ask your druggist. Rub on and Inhale GOWANS Representative Simmons, Representa tive Bulwinkle, MaJ. Gen. John A. and Ma.l. Qen. Anton Stephan. The speakers will center their talks on Popular Favor The SALADA blend is pleasing millions daily. It’s the flavor that counts. « "SALADA" gr'Tjrffli TFiEdAi “Fresh from the (gardens” sss "The Value of Membership in tha American Legion.” The United States Marine Bani will render a special program.