The Kane Republican from Kane, Pennsylvania on April 24, 1931 · Page 8
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The Kane Republican from Kane, Pennsylvania · Page 8

Kane, Pennsylvania
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Friday, April 24, 1931
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i 7 PAGE EIGHT iii Demonstrating For men and young men. New models in Blue and Oxford Gray Herringbones. New light shades of Tan and Gray. All sizes., $21.00 Extra Pant $5.00 Super - Value WeekY Suits The Woman Behind the Pocketbook lis the we that is interested in our prices. She knows that1 she 'can. procure groceries of the very best quality at prices than cannot be duplicated elsewhere. SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK per pkg, 2.c 3 per pkg. 16c III per pkg, 11c ; 3 1 o Are you getting your share of the wonderful premiums we are giving away with our groceries? If not, why not? . .11 ii - Your Store DOLAN BROS. ooo - niiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiMiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiniiiiiiiiiuiiii s Finest Creamery Butter ' f 1 Pork Loin Roasts - lb.. i Sugar Cured Smoked Hams . 11 " 1 Veal Roasts - 1 lb...:....;.. I Veal Chops IK 1 Coffee - Boscul and Glendora lb f Clano Cach oat - Parti lj;.::iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit!iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii!i!iiiiiii;iiiiiiiiiinii!iiiiiiiiiiiiii!iiiiiiim tfirt AT is 13? per pkg. 18c 2 pkgs. for 23c Yz lb, cake 19c 29c I 20c I 23c I ' 24c! 34c ! 1 5f 22c Demonstrating Topcoats Men and y.oun g men's models, box back and new half belted effects. Tans, Grays and Oxford shades. All sizes. $21.00 Super - Value Week Hanged from Tree Coroner's surgeons tt San Diego, Cal announced an autopsy on the body of Louise Teuber (above), pretty 17 - year - old 'girl, whose body was found haneinr from a - tree near La Mesa, hau revealed evidence that a struggle preceded the girl's death, it was indicated the girl was either dead or dying when her slayer placed the noose about her neck and pulled, her body to the limb of the tree." MISSING PHYSICIAN U REPORTED SEEN IN VICINITY OF HIS HOME "(Continued from page one) on the heels of a report that a pencilled letter had been received by the Kelley family, presumably from the missing physician and outlining a 1100,000 ransom reward. That any ransom letter lias been received however, was denied emphatically by Carroll. W. Harlan, a lawyer friend of the Kelley family. Har - lan has acted as Mrs. Kelley's spokesman to the press. James Markedes, owner of the BJackstone restaurant which Is in the vicinity of the missing doctor's office phoned police today and told them excitedly that the missing physician had walked into his establishment at 2 o'clock this morning for an early breakfast. Markedes said that he knew the doctor on sight but that to make doubly sure that he was not mistaken he rushed to a nearby garage where Dr. Kelley keeps his car and Informed Paul Johnson, one of the garage attendants of his find. Markedes said that Johnson returned to his restaurant with him end also identified the customer as the missing physician. Markedes said the customer when paying for his breakfast opened his purse containing about fifteen dollars in bills and a newspaper picture which resembled one which has been printed of Mrs. Kathleen iCelley, the doctor's wife., - ', i , ' "J3ood morning, Dr. Kelley," Markedes greeted his customer, he told police. "No, I'm' not 'Doctor Kelley," the customer replied. Markedes said, "but I'm looking for Doctor Kelley." As the man left the restaurant he looked dazed, Markedes said, and a blue bruised spot where he might have been slugged was revealed on the side of his jaw. The garage attendant attempted to follow the man but lost him, Markedes told police. 1 The restaurant owner said that he was positive ' that the man was Dr. Kelley as the physician had once treat ed him. : A police detail conducted an investigation iu. the neighborhood where the doctor was said to have been seen but could find no trace of him. The - physician's nearby office was also searched but no evidences that he had been there recently were reveal - ed. ,. . ' All kinds of rods repaired at Cliff's Fly Co, '617 Dawson street. ad IV THE KANE REPUBLICAN, KANE PA. STICK HI By W. S. COUSINS International New Service k ., Financial Editor . fflOW YORK, April 24. lowly but steadily the stock market favorites today pulled themselves - out of the low levels into which,, iuey had been thrown by yesterday's heavy "selling wave and forged ahead with moderate gains. The' outstanding ' exceptions were the ci'? and Westinghouse Electric, with a few other specialties. WestinRhouse, one of the sky - flyers In tho 1929 bull market, In which it soared to nearly 300, felt off to a mere shadow of that valuation when the stock struck ' 68 today. . The latest earnings statement show that the company sustained a deficit of nearly $3, - 000,000 in the first quarter of this year but present indications are much more favorable. Once again the market appeared to be In an over - sbld conditionand the professionals Were Inclined to cover up their short lines rather than add to them. Some disappointment was felt that tho drop in brokers loans was only 15,000,000 in a week of s'Jarply declining prices, but this ignores the fact that there are few bad margin accounts 'tfl be cleaned out. ' ' With Standard Oil of N. Y. at the year's lowest price of 19, and Atlantic Refining under 15 for the first time iu lta history, the' oils continued to scrape the bottom of the bear market. Prices' of oil stocks reflect the uncomfortable position of "tho oil industry caused by the unmanageable flow or crude oil and the 'gasoline1 price wars all over the country, , Consolidated Gas ' and United Cor poration were the leaders iri a spirit ed upturn of the utilities in the early afternoon; Consolidated moved ahead to 95 - 1 - 4, up 2 1 - 2 points and United sold iu good volume at 22 1 - 2, up 1 3 - 4 from Thursday's last - hour price. General Motors rallied to 41 and U. S. Steel advanced more than a point to 128 1 - 4. - Outside of Auburn's 9 point rise to 218 there were no spectacular developments in the speculative favorites. Since being knocked off its high perch, last Tuesday, Auburn has recovered 38 points, or about 35 percent of Its losses. ' Allied Chemical, DuPont and other favorites rallied a point or two while a v score ' or more' df the low prJced shares) like General Electric and American and Foreign Power rose fractionally. ' - : ' ' "Wall Street "was not yet able to determine whether the break in the market this week was a continuation of the big Bear movement," o"f a second day reaction. In tiew of the definite promises of improvement In business, stock market specialists were more firmly convinced that the market was scraping bottom, preparatory to a sustained upward move. Southern Pacific dipped about 4 points to 85 in the 'early afternoon as rail stocks as a group showed the effects of further selling. ' Losses In the active rails werfe comparatively small. '? ' ' Wall Street was puzzled as to the probable showing of United States Steel and Bethlehem in their quarterly statements to be made public next week, also with respect to dividend action of their directors. Big Steel is expected to pay the regular dividend of $1.73 a share, - "but' Bethlehem will probably cut to $4 a share. - In view of its net income of 61 cents a share. General Motors is also expected to continue its . regular - dividend of 75 cents a share, ;.:,', Trading In all sections of the big board was extremely dull as the day advanced and Indications were for a 2,000,000 - share session against 3.8000, - 000 shares yesterday. ' ' - (1:45 Prices) American Can ........ s. Anaconda Copper ..... .. American Tobacco A.,.. American Tobacco B. ... Atchison T. and SF..... a. t. t........... Bethlehem Steel ........ Can Pac. ..... . Chesapeake and Ohio... Chrysler ...... . . . . . . . . Coco Cola ......... .. '. . f. Continental Can .... .... 30 .... 123 ....:128Vi .... 168 .,..'18414 . . 48 357. 39 us 58 155 .... 24 .24 " .... 40 3 .... U .... 11 .'... ' 22 V .... '5 DuPont ........ Eastman Kodak Erie R. R. . . . . . . Federal Water .... General Motor Grigsby - Grunow . . . ... .. . . . International Nickel '. , . Kelvlnator ...... Kennecott Copper Willys - Overland . . . . . Associated Gas and Electric . Cities Service ........ . . . . . Curtis - Wright .... . . , . . . . . Miami Copper . . . . . .'. . . . .' 19 16 3 : 7 Nash Motor j: National Dairy Product. . 44', 4 New York Central.... 100 N. Y N. H. and Hartford...., 73 M Norfolk and Western.. 187 North American , 7 Pennsylvania IL R. ....... Pullman ........... 4 VA Pure Oil ' VA Radio' Corporation 18 Schulte Retail Stores,. . ....... 8 Sinclair Oil ....... .; ..... 10V6 Standard Oil of New Jersey... 38 iStudebaker" k 21 J Trans - AJjierlca ..... . . j ; I TranscoTtineatal Airways' . 7 u. s. srcei ,.;.'...... m Westinghouse Electric 684, C. M.,and St Paul .(common) - V ,5s C. M.'and St Paul (preferred). 8 Pennroad Corporation . ...... . E Closing Prices Columbia ....'.... - .. ............. Zi NEW THOMSON COFFEE ? SHOPHERELAUNGHEQfi The New Thomson Coffee Shop, Kane's newest eating place, was opened to the public for the first time last evening. Throngs viewed the new restaurant throughout the evening and today. - The coffee shop is the largest eating place in the city, seating 79 persons with ease. Nineteen persons can be accommodated at the counter, and there are seating arrangements for 60 others at the tables. Leather upholstered chairs of average height and with restful backs are used at., the counter. , - ,' The tables are arranged in two rows almost the entire length of the room, which was entirely re - decorated. A green color scheme is carried out. . In the front of the shop wicker furniture furnishes a pleasant waiting nook. ' . ' The cooking apparatus in the shop Is entirely electrical. Attractive display cases aro a valuable adjunct. There are entrances to the shop from the New Thomson lobby and from Greeves street. " ' y Bennie Strauss and his Cheerleaders orchestra played for a dance in the main dining room during the evening. ONE PERISHES IN ij FIRE NEAR SHARON (By Internatioru. News Service) SHARON, Pa.,' April " 2 1. Robert Lunn, 44, was burned to death and two other men, Earl Rowland, former local business man, and Frank Yankoviclt narrowly escaped death today when fire destroyed the Lunn home In Brookfield township, ()., across the state line. - ' : Lunn, asleep on a couch, was fatally burned when his two companions threw gasoline into a stove while starting a fire. mtm The cost is small , "but - "ffrUJLTS ARE CERTAIN Pt:0M2U3 Mountain Product Salt Creek Product....... Duiant Motors International Pete. .... J. . Lone Star Gas,...."....... 4 5 2 1H6 17 . 21 214 1 A ' 84 38 30 18 30',i 44Vi 208 C9 41 10 General Baking Armour A. . . ... Armour B. Graham Paige Western Public Service..., Standard Oil of California. . Westinghouse Airbrake . . . Montgomery Ward ........ United Gas Imp... National Dairy Product..., Auburn Motors Borden Milk Electric Bond and Share.. Trans - America . for MEN I BROWN'S BOOT BUY SAVE Leonardson's Dollar Days Friday Saturday 1 y ! C f A II Leonardson Co. j y O ' A jH j V niafliSiiia;:: I Special for Saturday 1 DuBois Budweiser Malt large can 49c . Pabst Malt large can 39c ROSE DALE PINEAPPLE, FARRINGTON COFFEE, No. CASTLE BRAND COFFEE, EZ SEAL PINT JAR MAYONAISE EZ SEAL PINT JAR SPREAD 1 Can Golden Bantam Corn 1 Can Spinach 1 can Diced Beets 1 Can String Beans Cabinet Size Boneless Calla Hams, no waste all meat per lb. 18c Pork nice per PORK LOIN ROAST, out of BACON SQUARES, per lb. BEEF ROAST, top quality, Clover Bloom or Brookfield Print Butter per lb. 29c Clover Bloom or Brookfield Country Roll Butter, lb. 28c EVAPORATED MILK, 3 cans for N. Shatzkin & Son I BrS Fill $2.98 $4.95 New. Spring styles in Black, Brown and Sport Combinations. Widths A to PI FRIDAY, APRIL 24 NOW and at One Box Bottle Caps loc sliced, 2 large cans 49c i 66, per lb 21c S per lb. 2Sc " 28c AH for 22c Shoulder? and lean lb 11 l - 2c English Cut Pork Chops nice, per lb. 18c small loins, per lb. 18c . . .. 18c per lb. 22c Oleo Margerine per lb. 16c 23c at $3,95 $5.95 SHOPS - 5 II I I I w I w I I - ' I I 1 I I I m r , ... i.

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