Altoona Mirror from Altoona, Pennsylvania on June 6, 1930 · Page 4
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«•»* ^ «^rw «— T IS WORLD tff JOHN t. FLtNN. j IflBW YORK, June 6.—Financial drift** fit* looking eagerly toward the lMn. There Is no doubt that nothing ald be snore encouraging- than the -tatfook ft»r a Rood year on the farm. 'Jtttea Is being -written about this, yet ibtbiftg could Illustrate the danger of '4et>ending too much on farm forecast Bgttres than the explanation now giv- tt» by the farm board for fixing the IKflce of wheat at concentration points •too high. The explanation is that the board was misled by its statisticians Ktid experts as to the size of the crop. The unfavorable element in the slt- ttition now Is that all signs point to- Krafd a rising tide of production. This Is due in great measure to the great development In farm machinery all ttver the world. While thta is reducing production costs it is more or less neutralizing Its benefits by increasing production out of all bounds. Along with development of machine- try goes new methods of extracting fcitrogen from the air, coal and gas Making for cheaper fertilizer and at the same time vast areas, the scene 6f vera low cost from farm production, are being brought Into use east tit the Rocky mountains from Mexico to Canada- Appeals are made to farmers to re- 1 fluce acreage. Yet every sign points ( toward Increasing acreage and in-1 creasing the production per acre. Upon j this basis it is difficult to forecast > anything less than a huge world-wide ; " crop which is bound to keep our do- j tnestic farm prices In a state of trpu-1 trie. I Last year's crop was 100,000,000 bushels of wheat smaller than 1928, vet the carry-over by the farm board has not been reduced. Canada had a abort crop last year and it is usual to •ee great efforts toward an increase i of crop there this year. For those, therefore, who look for farm relief in shorter crops at higher prices, there Is no much ahead. It leaves the problem pretty much where it was, namely the improvement in marketing co^i- ditions to give the farmer a larger •hare in the crop price and secondly *n increase in uses to which farm products may be put. The long term prospect is good, but the near term prospect is not nearly so hopeful. (Copyright, 1930. by U. P. C. News Service, Inc.) AOU CAN! fl§t EVERYTHING "BUT A COLO OJ=F SOUR CHEST BY TELLING PEOPLE ABOUT IT/ probably to the second half of the first century. It will not be possible to excavate the theatre, as the contracts for the erection of the new Stock Exchange must be carried out, and prop- *ft? Is W6 vfttoftfcte ffi tt* *«vt« a* Milan to sacrifice It tot Ir<5n*6l6gte*l reasons. . At the same time pressure is trtlng brought on th» local superlntendeftt of nes to Insist tflat fr*fm*nt« 6* The Mcient theatre be incorporated 1ft the ground H«6r ot the modern »tr«e- 'ture, so that BofwertHnf of the old monument may f etttl* for le«s tna« tANttftoflfttt foWl «aff, fet the ft«W Iftfie mitt* *Meh feaoft W the elbow And do JHUCh td tefhttklM the organdie, chiffon of laee dante frock f6f Bummtf evening!. RERUN'S! DIGGERS THOUGHT TO HAVE POUND OLD RELIC MILAN, June 6.—Digging for the foundation of the new Stock Exchange, important remains of an ancient Roman theatre came to light here. The existence of the old amphitheatre had been suspected for a long time, but the archeological fragments recently excavated show that the theatre must have been of considerable distensions. Local archaeologists attribute the theatre to early imperial times, and PERSONAL To Fountain Pen Users It your pocket pen convertible for Desk Set use? Bring it in and let us tell you. If it is, you can have a Desk Set without buying another pen! Certain pens serve both for pocket and for Desk Set simply by interchanging the pocket cap and a taper. Learn how to get this taper free. Bring your pen in today and let us tell you whether it is convertible and show how. No obligation. THE PARKER PEN DEALERS "TONE UP" the dreary corners of the house With one of our gray colored FIBRE SUITES CASANAVE'S Established SO Years Leather Traveling Goodi Trunki—Umbrellas 1213 ELEVENTH STREET Opposite Postoiflco Q®C>®O®O®O®O®O®O®O®O®O®C}®P 0% Saving Unredeemed Diamonds COHEN We Have Them in Three, Four and Five Piece* Three piece with five foot davenport, upholstered. Five piece suite with * five foot davenport, <p table, two chairs and fernery. Refrigerators Beautiful ivory or green enameled metal with 69 pound ice capacity. $ Z9* 5 Kitchen Cabinets Grey or green enameled with sliding top. 95 Stoves White enameled gas ranges. Three hole with oven below. 95 Open Any Evening By Appointment Kerlin's Furniture Co. 900 8th Ave. F. A. Romich, Mgr. ^mmmw™*'"'*™ Your Credit Is Good Use It. Buy Now. SLIPPERS GALORE! RED HOT STYLES . . RED HOT VALUES RIGHT OFF THE BAT FOR SATURDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY Styles -Smart Oxfords -Clever Ties -Buckle Pumps -Opera Pumps -Step-in Pumps -Smart Straps -For Business -For Dances -For Street All Widths Only our tremendous cash buying resources enable us to buy up these high grade shoes made by eastern manufacturers to retail up to $4.95. You won't be able to resist buying several pairs when you see these shoes. This is the greatest selection of styles we have ever shown—all up-to-the- minute styles; Shoes that will retain their shape. All Sizes Materials —Basket Weave —Blonde Kid —Black Satin —Patent Leather —Dull Kid —Combinations —Reptiles —Colored Kids Predominating summer colors that will match all your summer costumes. Imported basket weaves in assorted colors and combinations. Greens, blondes, parchments and white combinations and plain effects. 'Children's Fancy Summer Slippers, Straps and Buckles. All sizes up to 8. c $-f.39 and * Children's Strap Slippers Kid* and patents. Values as high as 11.25, to sell as low as A Fair 144 Pairs I>a.die»' Patent Pumps, large silver buckle, also Patent Straps with center buckle, Cuban heels. While they last, they go at .39 Pair MEN'S DRESS CXECCDS AND SHOES Wonderful selection of Men's High and Low Shoes, in brown and black leathers—all new styles. Blucher or bal. Leather soles and rubber heels. Sizes 6 to 10. You'll find the world's best makes In this big purchase and every pair guaranteed to give satisfaction or money back. MS i\ M^\ •<! 1413 Eleventh Ave. Opposite Grant's LOOK FOR Windows Full of Shoes LOOK FOR Hundreds of Pairs of Summer Shoes LOOK FOR Big Bargain Tables THAT'S THE Cut Rate Shoe Store Where You Always Cut Down Your Shoe Bills Misses' and Children's Ties, Pumps, Straps and Buckles. 98c, $1*69 $1.98 Men's Field Shoes Tan and Black with extra half soles. All sizes. 1.89 Boys' and Girls' Tennis Shoes, white and tan. C $ to « * 49 SATURDAY! BIG SA SILK SUMMER DRESSES For Sport, Dress and Street Wear, Pin Dots! Polka Dots! Flowered Chiffons! Pastel Shades! In Two Popular Priced Groups 185 and 8.85 Beautiful Styles in New Fashion-Approved Fabrics! For Every Woman and Miss! All Brand New! They were bought only two or three days ago—when market conditions permitted us to hold this sale! With summer vacation Just around the corner this Is your one bl«r opportunity to buy smart dresses »t real bargain prices! Practically eyery type of frock you can imagine! Stylei and liiei for junior*, millet, women and itout women. Extra! Sale of 1,000 SUMMER DRESSES $| Sleeveless summery cottons, rayons, silk I pongees, etc., In satisfying selection of styles. Jhf pongees Regular and extra sizes. Alter- ationi Free Sizes for Juniors, Misses, Women and Stouts Alterations Free Women's and Misses' COATS You Will Need In Summer—Now REDUCED! 8.85 .85 Coats Worth Up to $27.50 14 New silks, white flannels, basket weaves, broadcloths, twills and tweeds, In sport and dressy styles. 500 Pairs—Regular $2.00 Full Fashioned Pure SILK HOSE I'olnted, French and square heel, In chiffon or service weight. AH wanted colors. Pr. Summer Hats For Women & Misses $1.97 1 and Fashioned of cool materials, braids, bakus, straws, crepes and felts, plenty of white and high summer shades, all headslien. Women's Regular $1.50 House Dresses 98c To be worn not only at home but also on plcnlcj. Regular and extra sizes. Women's Crepe Kimonos Plain or flowered effect, silk satin trimmed. 12.85 values. Women's Silk Blouses Beautiful styles In every wanted color. Men's Hand Tailored High Grade SUITS $35.00 Values Young: men's and conservative styles, hard finished worsteds, flna gabardines, shlneless serges: ull new patterns, regular and stout sizes. V Men's Two-Piece Mohair Summer SUITS $A Very special ^^W STtJUKNTS' AM. WOOL 2-Pants Suits S6.9S $1 Men't Washable Golf Knickers Women's $2.00 Slips Sizes SB to VI $1.OO Flat crcpcH. metallic silks, pongees, lace trimmed and tailored styles! Women's Regular $2.95 Rayon Silk Pajamas Clever tuck-In styles In combination pastel col' ors, all sizes. Women's Broadcloth Pajamas 98c I'luln colors and llgurcB. Sale! Men's Dress Shirts Actual $1.50 Values 79c 2 For $1.50 A big purchase of IIlie shirts for comfortable summer wear at rare saving*. Of the llutbt ^rudo fast color shirtings, white and fancies, slies 11-17! Girls' Silk Summer DRESSES $4.9$ Short sleeves, «Ieeve|esn and nun back »tyle» of flna wuHhable silks, sizes 3 to years. 2 Girls' White Silk DRESSES $3.98 and up For religious or fur- mal occasions, ulso pastel colors, sizes 6 to 14. Girls' Cool Summer DRESSES $1.14 to $1.95 Sizes 3 to 14, Idcul materials and vtyler for vacation wear. Sleeveless styles. Boys' Bathing SUITS $195 Women's Bathing SUITS $295 I

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