Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on November 12, 1929 · Page 3
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ALTOONA MIRROR—TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 12, 1929 IN THE BUSINESS WORLD OF TODAY By J. C. ROVTJR, Sta:.' Correspondent. (CopyrljM, 1920, by AHoona Mirror.) NEW YORK, Nov. 12.—Organization of European wheat trusts is under way to combat the orderly marketing programs of the federal farm board . through the wheat corporation and of the Canadian grower^ through thp Canadian wheat pools. This is the report tha f . has just reached private and government agencies in the country. The fear that together the American and Canadian farm organizations, by holding their wheat for orderly marketing with the aid of organizations such as the farm board, may advance wheo.t prices and effect European buyers profits, is alleged to be behind the move. It is reported, but unconfirmed and vigorously denied by the French embassy at Washington, that the active development of the buyers' trust follows a hint to French organized mill buyers from Premier Andre Tardieu. This report is traceable, it is believed, to recent statement by the French premier that Europe, exclusive of Russia, could save the billion dollars a year that it now pays out for wheat by reorganization of home production of wheat, making wheat growing in Europe more remunerative. The harvest of Argentina and Australia will begin In about two months. If the European wheat trusts can stall off buying American and Canadian wheat for the time necessary for the southern hemisphere crop to reach them without an advance in prices, they will have an advantage. But , news of the Argentine crop prospect \ has been unfavorable. The depart- Winent of agriculture estimates that the f wheat supply, together with a big ' carryover from the bumper year of 1928-1929, will be 360,000,000 bushels less in the 1929-1930 period than for the previous year. Assuming that consumption will be about that of/last year, that is 3,760,000,000 bushels. 'The carryover will be reduced to 200,000,000 bushels Or the lowest amount since 1923. Based on these figures the outlook for the American and Canadian farmers to defeat the European buyers trust seems bright, provided they can market wheat in an orderly manner and not dump it in panic. The trust may be able to supply its immediate demands until the Argentine crop is available but the long term outlook is bright for the American and. Canadian i growers. Any drop in production from the present estimates in Argentine or , Australia, or even a likelihood that j spring estimates in Argentine or Australia, or even a likelihood that spring wheat in North America would not de well, might cause an expansion of prices. George Mclvor, general manager of the Canadian wheat pool, indicated plainly his attitude of cooperation with the farm, board when he said, "the welding into one organization of the wheat pool cooperative sales agencies and cooperative farmers' elevators in the United States, to be adequately financed by the United States government under the supervision of the federal farm board, should, if it can be carried out, have a powerful influence in stabilizing prices not only in the United States but in the markets of the world." Senator Brookhart of Iowa states that Canada and the United- States together controlled 60 per cent of the world's wheat and there was no reason why a system of orderly marketing might not be worked out between them. He added that representatives of the Canadian wheat pool had al\ ready conferred with the senate com\ mittee on agriculture and forestry and Ithat the alms of the Canadian organ- ,'rafl.tion as outlined were identical .' with thosj of the federal farm board. Samuel R. McKelvie, grain member of the farm board, while not sponsoring a Canadian alliance, declared that a steadying influence" for marketing was needed and would be furnished. He added that the consumers of Europe need be in no fear that the operations of the farm board would mean increased bread; prices, to European consumers. The policy of the board, he said, was not one of price fixing but of stabilization of prices on a level which would give a fair return by introducing steadying influences to maintain an even flow of'grain to market. Such a plan, carried out to its logical conclusion, he believes will reverse the position of the American farmer in the European markets. The organized purchasers, Mr. McKelvie stated, would be faced by organized farmers. The market, he added, would not be upset by a mad rush by those who had to dispose of their wheat in a hurry to get necessary cash. This will be brought about by means of loans to the cooperatives. The air is not so much for an extraordinary advance in prices as to give the farmer his added return through efficient handling and marketing methods and the cheaper credit. I use Old Witch an mv atone THE QUICK EASY WAY TO CLEAN ENAMEL Buy a bottle of Old Witch and you buy freedom from household drudgery. You're all through with hard rubbing and scouring. Now you Simply wash the dirt away. Get kitchen and bathroom enamel and tile glistening clean in no time at all—with less effort than you'd believe possible. A liquid, Old Witch begins to clean al once. So much more oonvenient than ordinary cleansers. No stirring the cleaning water. No standing.idly by while a powder slowly dissolves. 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Usually $1.29. 45c Wide Sheeting, 4 Yards For $1 Extra wide unbleached sheeting, 87 inches wide. fine thread, will wash heav ier. 45c Pillow Cases, 3 For Made of a fine quality muslin with three-inch hem, size 42 or 45 by 36 inches. Pillow Tubing, 3 Yards For Good heavy pillow tubing, .fine thread. 42 or 45 by 30 inches, no dressing. . Kline Broil.—l^owcr Floor $1 $1.30 Blankets $1,00 Large plaid blankets, size 70x80 In. All colors of plaids. $1,98 Crib Blankets $1 Fancy crib blankets, heavy warm, white with fancy , borders or designs, size 36 by 50 inches. KUne'Bro*.—Lower Flour. Bath Towels 4 for $1 Large, fluffy, soft bath towels, white with colored borders, size 22 by 43 inches. 2Sc Turkish Towels, 6 For Heavy double thread Turkish towels. All white, size 18 by 36 inches 25c Linen Glass Towels, 5 For Pure all linen glass tow- A 4 els, colored check patterns, \t size 18 by 28 inches *•* * Kline Bros.—lrf>wer Floor. Suit Cases $1.00 •Made from a serviceable composition, in black, tan, fitted with strong lock and catches, full 24-inch size. Black Traveling Bags Regular 18-inch size, fitted with lock and two lift catches Kline Bros.—Third Floor. #1.25 Perfume Atomizers $1.00 Hand painted in many beautiful designs and colors. $1.50 Houbigant Face Powder lu Naturelle and Rachel KUn'a Urus.—.Malu Floor. $1 Stamped Aprons 4for$l Aprons with colored stenciled and plain designs for embroidering. Come flat to be made up, in medium sizes. $1.25 Ladies' Colored Apron Dresses Made up in the Hoover /t»-j style. All ready for eui- *k I broldering and guaranteed V* color fast. Klluc Bros.—Third Floor. Men's Dress Shirts, $1.00 Lustrous white broadcloth shirts and fancy colored broadcloth shirts with collar attached and neckband style. Sizes 13% to 17. Regularly $2.00 and $2.50. $1 $1 $ 1.00 Fancy Wool Socks, 2 Pairs For Men's Swiss embroidered clocked wool socks, in a splendid assortment of pat- ' terns and colors. Slight mill it- regulars. $1.25 Warm Pajamas' Men's outing flannel two- piece pajamas, trimmed with rayon frog loops. All sizes 16 to 18. White Handkerchiefs, 20 For Men's extra fine full size neatly hemmed pure white handkerchiefs, soft finish, ready for use. 2Sc "Beacon Socks" 5 Pairs For Men's "Beacon" sea,mless (ft 4 toe half white feet, socks ik I in all sizes, 9V4 to 12 V* 25c Wool Socks, 5 Pairs For Men's black or blue wool /h<* mixed socks, in a medium T| I weight for winter wear. All V* sizes O'/a to 12. 50c Fancy Socks, 4 Pairs For Men's fancy rayon and lisle nocks, in a good ns- sortment of patterns and colors. All alzcH. Part Wool Union Suits Men's gray ribbed part wool union suits, made with the closed crotch. All sizes 36 to 46. Linen Handkerchiefs 4 For Men's pure linen handkerchiefs with hand drawn colored thread border. Will make splendid Christmas gift. $1.50 to $2.50 Silk Scarfs Men's crepe silk and rayon scarfs, in squares or the long style. A large assortment of patterns. , Boys' 85c Union Suits, 2 For Gray cotton ribbed union suits, in mostly ages 14 and 16 years Kline Bros.—Mnln Floor. $1.29 Criss Cross Curtains, $1 Made of plain French marquisette, white and ecru, ruffled valance and tie-backs. 69c Ruffled Voile Curtains, 2 Pairs For $1 5-plece ruffled voile curtain sets, 2% yards long $1.25 Ruffled Grenadine Curtains $1 Dotted and barred grenadine curtains, 2% yards long, white and ecru $1.25 Panel Curtains, Each For Made of French marquis- rf»« ette, 38 inches wide, trim- T| I med with 6-inch bullion V* fringe. 69c Drapery Damask, 2 Yards For 36 Inches wide, drapery /t»« damakH, striped and Tk I figured V* 29c Cretonne, 5 Yards For Excellent quality drapery A« cretonne, small patterns, 36 Tk I inches ....V* 45c Sash Curtains, 3 Pairs For. Made of fine voile with percale border/if, in rose, blue and gold Kllnn llron.—Third Floor. Girls' $3.98 Dresses, $1.00 An odd lot of voile, dimity and pique dresses left from summer. Excellent values and materials. Sleeveless, as well as the short sleeve models. Sizes 7 to 14 years. Girls' Smocks Broadcloth and lincno smocks, in tan, rose, blue, and green. Trimmed with figured collar, and cull's. Sizes 8 to 16 years. Knickers and Play Suits, 2 For Khaki and tan linen /tf| knickers, play suits of 1 khaki, :k I plaid and plain chambray V* with short sleeves, middy and bloomers. Sizes 8 to 14. years. $1 Girls' Middies Blue and white Jean cloth, middies, sailor collars, long sleeves, yoko styles with sloped sides. Sizes 8 to 22 years. $1.49 Girls' Blouses An odd lot of blouses, in broadcloth, Peter Pan collars, band style. Trimmed with pleatlngs and edgings, sizes 0 to 11 years, Kllnn Bro».—Second Floor. Women's Union Suits, 2 for $1 Rayon stripe part wool union suits, made with the band top, no sleeves and knee length. All sixes 36 to 44. Women's $1.25 Union Suits Fine wool and rayon stripe A •• union suits, made with the :k I Duchess neck, elbow sleeves V* and knee length. All sizes 36 to 44. Women's $2.00 Knit Slips Rayon knitted slips, in /K-| assorted colors and length, 'k I Limited quantity V* Misses' 7Sc Union Suits, 2 For ,$1 Kuyon stripe line knit union suits, made with Duchess neck, elbow sleeves and knee length. Ages 4, 6 and 8. Children's Dr. Denton Sleeping Garments $1 All sixes of these famous sleeping garments at one price. Ages 1 to 6 years.. Kline llnu.— Mjilii Floor. Boys 9 Sport Sweaters, $1.00 Made in the slip-over style, plain and fancy checks, brown, blue, tan and gray. For boys' 8 to 14 years. Boys' Full Lined Knickers Nicely made, full cut, dark fancy suit patterns. Sizes 7 to 16 years $1 Boys' Juvenile Suits Made with a washable top, pants durk, suit patterns, button-on style. Sizes 3 to 8 years. Kline, Uro>.—Third Flour. Garment Bag and Laundry Bag, Both for $1.00 . A cretonne garment bag that holds eight garment- and one cretonne laundry bag svith hanger. $1.00 and $1.50 Girdle Belts, 2 For $1.00 An assortment of girdle* belts, in all elastic or satin with elastic inserta, come In either wide or narrow with lour hoae Bupporters. rf.line Bros.—Main Floor. $1.25 Bungalow Aprons, $1.00 These aprons .are made of a good quality of black sateen and trimmed in contrasting colors with round or square necks and tie-backs. Six.es 38 to 44. $1.25 House Dresses Made of figured prints with tailored collars or V-neck,, with long sleeves, iiomn have pleats at side. AH have bells and pockets, in light and dark colors. Sizes 38 to 52. $1.00 Bungalow Aprons, 2 For These bungalow aprons are made of figured prints. Also checked madras in' short sleeve models, somo have round necks, others with V- necks. Not all sizes, but wonderful values. 59c Slip-Over Aprons, 2 For Made, of figured prints or gingham and bound in while or colored bondings, in o. slip-over model with tie-back, in light shades. $1.25 Hoover Aprons Made of a good quality Ail of chambray with shawl col- !k I lar and cuffs of white, alsoV'* all white in a cross over modol, three-quarter length sleeve, in shades of • pink, blue, tan and white. Sizes 36 to 44. Kllno Broil.—Srcoml Floor. $1.39 Rayon Underthings EXTRA SIZES REGULAR Bloomers, j) Panties, ; Chemises, Step-Ins. I SIZES Bloomer Combinations, "* Shorts, Bloomers. Extra and Regular Sizes $1 $1.29 Philippine Gowns Sheer batiste, beautifully hand embroidered and hand scalloped. In white or lovely pastel colors. Sizes 10-17. 59c Rayon Bloomers and Vests, 2 For Medium weight rayon, bloomers, prettily shirred at knee. In lovely pastel colors. Sizes 27-20 length. $1.25 Flannelette Gowns Extra heavy weight flannelette, In solid white, or stripe, pink and white, blue a.nd white. In extra and regular sizes 16 to 20. $1.25 Chemise Sheer nainsook, built-up /H« shoulder or straps, In white Tk I only. Sizes 36 to 44 V* Kllnn l!ro«.—Second Floor. $2.00 Silk Hosiery, $1.00 Women's full fashioned picot top all silk sheer hosiery with the pointed heel. Slight mill irregulars. All good shades. Women's $1.00 Silk Hosiery, 2 Pairs For Service weight silk and rayon hosiery, in a large assortment of shados. All flrst finality. Women's SOc Lisle Hosiery, 5 Pairs For "Burson" mercerized lisle seamless fashioned hosiery, in black and colors. Slight mill irregulars. Boys' 25c Golf Socks, 5 Pairs For Funcy cotton Rolf socks, |t»l In u splendid assortment of Tk I colors. All first quality. V * Sizes 7 to 9y a . Misses' SOc Fancy Stockings, 5 Pairs For Fancy rayon and lisle /t» 4 stockings, in the junior shap- Tk I ed style. Sizes 7 to 8'/&.... V* Kllnn HroH. —Mulu Floor. Printed Wash Silks, 2 yds. $1 Many desirable patterns in this practical silk. Wash able and will wear, 32 inches wide. *ttf* r*s\ r*+ c?*ii w • • A "\s I r* $3.50 Fine Silks Many different wuavns and A * colors, Including flat crnpea, ?k I satin crepiis, georgettes, V* check taffeta, chucked broadcloth, printed Jersey, and other weaves. Wash- Linings, 4 Yards For All worth twice and more rf»^ than the price asked. Bat- H| I innttefl, porcaline, silk and V* cotton fabrics, KUnu Bro«.—Main Floor. 4Sc Soiesette, 3 yds. $1.00 These are fast colored prints, in fifty patterns and cols 32 inches wide. ors, 32 inches wide. SOc Printed Charmeuse, 3 Yards For Fast colored printed char- jt>1| mouse with high lustrous lln- Tk I inn, 30 inches wide V* 29c Underwear Crepe, B Yards For Wash-an-ri'udy crepe, in charming designs and plain colors Kline Itrou.—l^iwer i'loor. Infants' Dresses, 3 for $1.00 Nice soft finish muslin, embroidered yoke, deep hem or edged with embroidered bottom. 79c Rompers and Creepers, 2 For Cotton ponxeltu, daintily embroidered, in contrasting colors, in many cule styles and trimmings. $1.50 Sweaters Wool and rayon stripe, button front or slip-on .stylea. In pretty pastel colors. $1 Klllie Broi.—Second Fluor. Table Damask 2 l /2 yds., $1 Heavy mercerized quality, 58 inches wide, assorted patterns, soft finish. $1.39 Bath Mats Good heavy mats with pretty colorings that arc- very useful Kline Bros.—Loner Moor. $1 Bedspreads $1.00 Colored stripe <! bedspreads, size 76 by 90 indies in blue, rose, or gold. 22c Shaker Flannel, € Yards For Full bleached Shakrr H.m- uel, heavy with deep nap, 27 inches wide KJitlu Bros.—Lower fr'luor. h m »^^ 1 Men's Ebony Toilet Kits $1.00 Men's two, three and five piece toilet sets in leather cases. High grade fittings in black ebony. Usually $2.00. —Main Floor. Felts and \ Velvets l $1.00 The greatest value of the season. All shades. A Very Special Group Of Hats, Wednesday Only $1.94 Kelts, velvets, soliels. Kllnn Broil.—Main Fluor. Women's Silk Dresses $2.00 Regularly $5 to $10 An odd lot of silk dresses in flat crepe and combinations, some have long sleeves others with short sleeves, in mostly light shades, , small sizes only. We advise early shopping, as there is just a limited amount. Kline Broil.—Second Floor. Women's $1.49 and $2.00 Sweaters An odd lot of slip-over .sweaters, made of wool yam anil rayon, in a fancy weave with V-neck or crew necks, in light and dark shades. Sizes 36 to 42. Kllno Brot.—Second Floor. Men's $1.SO Overalls and Blouses Extra heavy, two seams, large apron, full cut •. Kline Hroa—Third Floor. $1 $1.98 Smoking Stands Metal stand with imitation hnmmered brass ash contwlner, glass lined, comes in three colors, red, green and black. Kline Bros,—Main floor. 35c Linen Napkins, 4 For Irish linen table napkins, size 20 by 20 inches, assort ed puttcrnu -, Kline ItroH.—Lower Floor. $1 Alarm Clocks Gilbert Tornado Alarm Clocks, guaranteed good time keepers, with u long alarm. Largo plain dial. Kline llrcw.-^Mnin Floor. Leather Handbags Utterly smart, genuine leather bags, In all new grains and new styles Kline Brim.—.Muln Moor. Flowers, 4 For In all colorn. Formerly 50c to 75o Kline lima.—Main Moor. $1 $1 $1.50 Circular Neckwear, 2 Yards For $1 III red, blue, tan and a prirol Kline llron.— .Main Hoor. $1.25 Cotton Batts Cotton bait.-, for comforts, .size 72 by 90 inches, ull in one pieee and stitched. KllDc Bros.—Luiyer Hoof. Fancy Ticking, 3 Yards For Jb'aney leather ticking, in many patlern.s ami colors for making pillows :>2 inches wide. liliilr Uros.— l.uvi $1

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