Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 5, 1929 · Page 6
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i THK AT/TOONA MIRROR—TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 5. - "f'.' ' ' ":'" . ' ]'-{•• / k I • IN THE BUSINESS WORLD OF TODAY By .1. C. nOVLK, StnfT Correspondent. (Copyright, 1029. by Altoonn Mirror.) NEW YORK, T*ov. S,—Costs, not prices, are the weapons counted on by American industry today to capture markets Ht home and nhrond. Tt is now recognized by the progressive leaders that America's strength both ftt home and abroad lies In volume of production and distribution and quality rather tHan In advances in prlc«. The narrowing of the margins of pro/It, which volume permits, Is rnuntur-bnl- anclng cheap foreign labor. It is for this reason thnt steel men and government official. 1 " see in the acquisition of the Columbia Hte«l corporation by United States Steel a long rangejsighting shot in the bombardment of domestic and foreign markets. This move assures to the leading Illeel Interest In the first place sources 6f raw material supply at points particularly well situated with respect to markets for finished products which are growing with utmost rapidity. It also provides plants for turning those raw materials Into manufactured products cheaply. Combined, these factors mean a striking reduction and,distribution costs. The Columbia Steel corporation, In its formation combined tho steel company and the Utah Co*l and Coke company, with tremendous bituminous coal deposits in Utah. It also owns the Milner, Dcar-Lerch holdings at Iron mountain, Utuh, which Includu nn entire mountain of high grade iron ore. It also has a lease on government-owned coal lands in Cargon country, Utah, which It mines on a royalty basis, paying the government 12% cents a ton. It also has lime deposits and other raw material supplied. Columbia has steel plants at Ironlon, Ut., at Torrence and Pittsburgh, Calif., and at Portland, Ore. The United States Steel corporation holds control of tremendous, iron 'deposits in China which It has held in reserve for years. It was with the id.ea of. eventual utilization of these deposits that the company acquired the old Scott Iron works at Saw Francisco years ago. These oriental Iron supplies can be laid down at the company's Pacific coast plants at a minimum expense, since transportation Is largely by water and production is by use of low priced Chinese labor. The leading interest has tremendous holdings in the Iron districts of Minnesota but the days of even these huge deposits are numbered. Moreover, manufacture of ste»l products near the centers of consumption la economically advisable. The markets available for the Columbia plants have prospect of a magnificent future. The volume of building construction throughout the Pacific coast and iiitermouhtaln states in steadily growing. These states represent a big part of the tin plate de- mand for cans and container*. Tho rail purchases of the western roads involve millions annually. With the new plants, United States Steel will be in a formidable position to meet competition of the Colorado Fuel and Iron company, which has had much of this business unopposed, filling It from Its 'ueblo plants. The demand for oil country supplies rom California, Colorado, New Mex- KO, Wyoming and other oil producing tales Is growing. In California pres- nt projects Involve the laying of hun- Ireds of miles of gas lines. The foreign trade within reach al- eady represents a huge volume of niHiness, which is growing constantly, 'apan hns just commenced Its program if stable, permanent construction. tVhen the great earthquake destroyed vhole cities a few years ago, the Japanese decided they would do only tem- iorary work until a general plan of iiiildlng could be arrived at. The real vork and the real call for steel pro- nets have just begun. China is grow- ng by leaps, and bounds industrially nd Is becoming a large factor in ex- iort trade of all sorts from the United Uates. China sold other nations $509,)00,000 worth of her products last year ind Is In a position to buy their neces- arles In return. Germany and Great Britain are flght- ng hard for the oriental markets and he new move of United States Steel vlll lessen any advantage they may iavo. France and Belgium have dom- nated the cast iron pipe markets on lie Pacific coast but it seems likely heir supremacy there will be of short uratlon. ( Pittsburgh, Youngstown, Cleveland, Chicago, Toledo and Birmingham all )ecame great steel centers because hey were close to supply of materials nd close to the centers of consumption if steel products. In other words, production and distribution costs were ow. The present action of the leading nterest may mean the establishment f a new center which will rank with he others In the course of yearn. JUDGMENT SUSPENDED ON PILOT FOR LOW PLYING KINNEY'S Suburban Day Specials • *» jBOYS'<*nd Black or tin > Bhicher Oxford. Goody«ar.W«Je Rubbtr Hc«l. Sinn 10~3X BOYS'Black or T«nCwN 3!ucfa«r Oxford. Oood- #«r.W«lt. Rubb*« Hwl,' Shoes for.the '-World's Smartest" Children 49 CHILDREN'^ Patent Colonial One-itrap with Buckle on Tongue. Goodyear Welt. Rubber He.l. Si*a SX-11 92.49 Situ MISSES' Black or'T« Blucher Oxford vyiih Lizard trimming. Crttttd Vamp. Same Styl« io Ptleoi. 12-I 1417 llth Ave. Alt Altoona • NEW HAVEN, Conn., Nov. 6.— Ewlng W. Bay, aged 35, Camclen, N. ., pilot, wns given a mmpended judgment by City Court Judge Stanley Dunn yesterday when arraigned on a charge of flying low over the Yale lowl during the Yale-Dartmouth fool- ball game. Day, a veteran of 'the Lafayette told the Judge he unwittingly swooped 'over the bowl while attempting to land two Tale graduate/) —Earl Robinson and Frank Jackson, both of Philadelphia—on Pratt field, a practice gridiron. is WASHINGTON, 0. C., Nov. S.— Julius Roaeftwald, Chicago mall-order house multi-millionaire, was yesterday denied a supreme court review of his $168,000 Income tax refund suit, hold' Ing that retots and other income from property assigned to a. charitable Institution could not be taxed aa Income against him. Lower courts upheld Imposition of the tax against him. treated externally A GENERATION ago when Vicks VapoRub was originated, jf\ the idea, of treating colds without "dosing" was almost unheard of. Today, more and more colds are treated this modern way, and the whole trend of medical practice is away from needless "dosing." Mothers of young children especially appreciate Vicks, because it checks colds without risk of upsetting delicate little stomachs. Of course it is equally good for adults. Just rubbed , t on, Vicks acts through the skin like a poultice or plaster; and; at the same time, it gives off medicated vapors which are inhaled direct to the inflamed air-passages. To keep pace with the everoncreasing demand for this better method of treating colds, the famous Vick slogan has again been changed, as there are now "Over 06 Million Jars UsedYearly." OVE R ON JARS USED YEARLY Coniidw tk» dtlivwtf) pm» u w*N at lU Ihl (f.o.k) pnc* «Un (comparing aotomobil* valint. Ganwa.1 Melon d*aUn' '',»!<•> induJ. «nl r MrfUlwt ctiwgn U Uflil «nJ <Ub«r. .ml Ik. cUg* «ot .0, JjH DELIVERED (ACCESSORIES (Ntf TOTAL DELIVERED PRICE r-i-x.r^r- VWM Mfc** »• Iw cult. PtMtUt* mm W JamoJ m T imia dx Mandatd price tag ueJ hf General Meton dealen te »k*w what nuka up the iebrtrei pdcca *f their new i List Price. The f. *, b. prfci «4*«- tucd by the factory. Freight and Delivery. AB»»- thorized amount to corer the freight chargei paid bjr the dale?and the cott of unloading, inspecting, lupplyinj fuel and oil—preparing the car for delivery to you. Accessories. A.charge lor any additional Ktewarki that may be purcbuW, Frankness « about automobile prices /•"••-AHETIE is a difference between the list (f. o. b.) A price of a new automobile and the price you pay the dealer. What makes that difference? General Motors dealers tell you frankly on their standard price tag. You see .exactly what you arc paying for freight and delivery, for additional accessories that may be desired. Nothing K hidden. Nothing is added. There h no extra charge to permit a seemingly better trade-in ofter. There is no extra charge to cover advertising, etc. The tag tells all. Make this tag your guide hi comparing automobile values. Look beyond the list price. Find out what is added by the dealer to make up the delivered price. For it is the delivered price that you pay. Tbf Gtnerai Motors can are CHEVROLET )NTIAC >LDSMOBILJB MARQUETTE OAKLAND VIKING BU1CK , lASALLE CADILLAC GENERAL MOTORS * A car for every purse, and purpose* TRlGIDMRE—Tbe Automatic Refrigerator DELCO4JGHT FJtrtrie Power and Ligtt Plautt S WATEB. SYSTEMS New Styles Added For This Is The n This Is The Right Time to Save on Your Coat Women's Furred Dress Goats $14.75 Styles such as you would think are much more expensive. Good wearable qualities. Fine looking fura used plentifully and strikingly. Flared and straight styles. Also self-trimmed sports coats. Sizes for Misses, Women and Stout Women. , A Hundred Coat Styles .00 This is the lowest price announced so far this year fbf coats of these wonderful qualities. The styles are new, smart, extremely flattering! The furs are lavishly used. The assortment includes extra size models up to size 82 as well as misses' and women's types. Come tomorrow. This is a sale for-YOU. . $45 & $5O Sport & Dressy Coats $39.50 The qualities of these coats can be compared to all the better type fashions. The rich, lavish furs are perfect pictures of beauty! The new lines, the fine expert workmanship, and the guaranteed handsome materials are all unquestionably without equal at this price, Very High Grade Luxury Coats $59.50 Coats of luxurious qualities. Coats with furs thaf rank" among the finest. Newer, smarter, longer lines—the very latest copies from Paris imports. In a tremendou* selection of becoming models. Regular and extra ilzes. Men's Flannelette Night Shirts . . . 98' Men's lightweight Pure Wor* sted'Coat Sweaters Men's Heavy Weight Part Wool Union Suits in Gray .............. Men's Iti'bbed or Fleeced Heavy Weight Shirts or Drawers ..... ; Boys' & Girls' Gray and White Drop- Seat Bibbed Union 'Suits ............ WOMEN'S Semi Fashion Rayon one Pointed Heel Hose . &" Boys' Fancy Sport Hose, Novelty ^An Patterns. Sizes to lOVi *rf'*^ Women's Outing Flannel Striped '7'T t* Night Gown,s « «V Women's Sport Satin Princess Slips. New colors. Sizes to 44. Women's Pure Silk Blouses— Oopen, Eggshell, Tan and White $3.98 Colored Double Bed Size, Gray Border 36 Inch White and Fancy Heavy Out- -j f* „ Ing Flannel, yard , -1-Oly Silk Mixed Crepe and Figured Ituyon Silk'Dress Materials, yard Unbleached Heavy Quality "Odin" Muslin. Full pieces. Special, yard 64x61 Inch Luncheon Cloth and B 0»O QO Napkins. Complete set ap^»»OO $1 1 .00 S Piece Kullod Curtains with Valance. lUyon Silk edged. Set; ........ ,....,... 81x105 Colored Stripe Heavy Grade G»-| *t -j Krinkled Hell Hoped Bed Syreuil ...... «P'4..XX, Women's Extra Heavy $i.OO Quality Itayon Silk Chemise, Bloomers, Panties GltHS' Flannelette Wear Gowns, Pujumus, Garments. Sizes 2 Sleeping to 14 Yr*. 55c Bi£ Girls' 1 to 14 Years New Wash Qfi(* Dresses. $1.49 values Babies' Solid Color Broadcloth Creepers and Dresse* Women's & Misses' Newest Sllpon fl*"| $1.08 Sweaters «P-f« 57c , BOYS' Chinchilla OToats Good «JuulJty. Sizes Z to 6. Boys' Tweed Pant Wash Suits. ,:,96c Boys' Long Pant Suit?. Sizes to 16.. $10.^8 Boys' Blouses. Sizes to 14..,.,..*,, ,39c Tom Sawyer B'Cloth Shirts..,,,.. 98c Boys' leatherette Sheepllned Coats. Bea- tTir Uars :.. su . e ''.. u . p $6.45

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