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DAltT BAST OREGOIttAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
TUESDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 9, 1020,
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J. (J. 1'enney Co., A .Nationwide Institution
Union Suits 2.25,
$3.69, $4.50, $6.90
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OpiMwIto Hotel Pendleton.
Shirts $2.98, $3.49
$4.50, $4.98 '
The Penny Company Is
Prodding Your Dollars
Injecting New Values That Gives Them . Additional
The intensive merchandising methods of this store coupled with
the enormous purchasing power of our institution and the daily mar- '
ket observations and, activities of our staff of expert buyers puts us
not only in line tout at the head of the procession of economic events
that are lowering the'eost of living.As evidence of what our'everyday
prices can save you compare this list of staples with those; you. find
offered as "specials" anywhere at home or from larger cities.
27-in. Outing Flannels 23c
Throweh the late war c"iiliiion!. Vail strrt Is now
rcmeuiuil as having taken the place of Lombard
street of London us the world's market for money
and wturitVs: (lie sunvsttfiil floating of large hums
for lamv, Brlfrluin. Norway and SwitiorlaiHl Is
gd cidcn of stub, cognizance. '.
The Stock Kvlianec ts the etiiof renter of activity of
Wall street, for tliere tlie bonds of mot Rood crati
panics in good standuur, are daly quoted and protitle
a ready market for the iHirvliax and sale of securities
thus injuring to the lioldcr tlie certainly of the oon
version into ready eah umhi short notice.
The AmencanKational Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon"
NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregouian Printiug Department,
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Cabaret Dancing Every Evening at the iff
Basement St George Hotel
Come and dance to your heart's content
amid the most favorable surroundings.
Th following nrlni in th pk..
being paid to producers by Pendleton
busirosa houses. Wherever retail
prices are given the face will he n.
Hens and Poultry.
Eggs, 70 cents In trade. (Retail nrir.
U 75 cents.)
Hens. 26 cent
Spring fiyers, 28 cents a pound,
Country I Lam, Etc
am, best ouaiitv. ixc
Bacon, best quality. 40c.
Butter Ifet a id Butter,
Ranch butter, 11.25 a roll, (ftetail
price is also $1 35.)
i noire fteers 8.50i 9.25
t.ood to choice steers . . 7.50t() 8.50
Medium to good steers . . 6,504i) 7.5(1
Fair to Medium steers . S.008.50
ARE YOU, PREPARED TO SERVE
YOUR DINNER THANKSGIVING?
We have a big line of tables to serve this dinner on.
e can furnish the tables in Mahogany, Walnut,
Jacobean and Golden Oak Tables.
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Cruikshank & Hampton
Itioue t QVLLtTY WVSTU IM-iiH V. Webb KC
Hosh and Lambs XJpcn
Week Llmier to Higher
Total arrivals at Xurth Portland
Monday reached ill ears, compared
with 86 a week ago, 123 two weeks
aso, 83 four weeks ago, 78 a year ago,
.i lour weeks ago, 78 a year ago and'
4! cars hvo years ago. Hoes were
firmer and 50 to 75c higher, cattle
wer steady tc weak, while lambs were
firmer and higher In some instances.
In the hog alleys extreme too ad
vanced 50 to 75 cents during the Mon
day morning trade at North Portland,
with the high mark reached at $15.25.
Porersst of such an advance was made
in The Journal during the last few
lays. It appears that packers were
secur'ng all the benefits of the ex
treme low prices on pork because they
made absolutely no changes in hams,
bacon or lard during the last couple
Eastern hog markets "were included :
lower for the first day of the week, j
General hog mantel range:
"rime mixed 514.50 15.25 I
Smooth heavy ll.OOto 14.50 I
rtough heavy 10.0013.25l
Fat pigs '. , . . 12.00 14.00
Feeder pigs ll.OOiJ 13.50
While there was a less favorable
'.' nc Indicated at the Monday morning
opening of the cattle alleys, the prin
cipal depression appeared to lie in the
steer offerings. Total run of cattle
Monday reached 2269 head, compared
with 2425 head a week ago and 1743
head a year ago. Cows were consider,
ed nominally steady in the early trade
hut sales were hard to confirm. In
fact, all early prices in the cattle trade
Ctmmun to fair steers
uood to choice cows and
Choice cows and heifers 6.25
Medium to good cows a,nd
heifers , 4,2
Fair to medium cows and
heifers ' 3.25 H
Canners ; . 2.50
Bud's .. 6.000
Choice dairy calves .... 13.00 15.06
Heavy caives 7.00 9.00
Best light calves .... r . 11.0013.00
Medium light cales ... 9.0011.00
Best feeders 7.00 7.50
Fair to good feeders 6.007.00
While only Willamette valley lambs
stiowed an advance of 50 cents in the
North Portland alleys at the opening
01 uie Monday morning trade, the en
tire lamb situation was somewhat
firmer althuugh a good run was shown
for the session.
General sheep and lamb range:
Kast of mountain Iambs 6 9.0010.0u
Willamette valley lambs 8.50 ifii 9.00
Feeder lambs 8.00?i 8.50
Cull lambs 5.00 6.08
Yearlings 6.00 7.60
Wethers 6.00 'it 6.60
Ewes 2.50 0 5.75
frrastic Selling Movement
Hits Xew York Exchange
, NEW YORK, Nov. 9. The stock
Market was the cei'ter of another dras-
tic selling movement Monday, every
t)ranch of the list yielding to the in
creasing weight of liquidation at ex
trerne recessions of 2 to 7 points,
Thero were occasional halts and feeble
rallies, but these were succeeded by
fresh, offerings in which new low lev
els5 were registered. The tone of the
market at the close was weak on total
sales of 1.200,000 shares.
Among the stocks that suffered
greatest impairment were those com
prising the shipping, steel, equipment,
oil and 'motor' group, but even the gilt
edged railway issues did not escape the
general reversal, all save a few of the
tianscontlncntals forfeiting 1 to 3
Increased pessimism was engendered
by another deficit In clearing house re
Comforter Coverings 15c
A pleasing range 6f patterns
and colorings, good weight.
36-in. Challies 25c
A wide range of rfloral and
light shades suitable for com-,
conventional patterns in dark or
forter coverings, draperies, etc.
27-in. Percales 15c
Standard quality, light or
dark colors at a price that shows
a return to normalicy.
36-in. Percales 25c
Fine Percales in good staple
patterns, stripes, floral and con
ventional designs on light or
36-in. Percales 29c
High grade Percales, every
piece in patterns pleasing and
clean cut. 1
'36-in. Silkoliijes 25c
Dainty patterns siitabl( for
comforter coverings, draperies,
Good quality outings,' many '
patterns to select from, stripes,'
checks or solid colors, light or1
dark. - ... j
25-in. Outing Flannels 19c
Good7 weight, white only.
Gingham Apron Checks
Standard quality apron checks '
26 inches wide, brown, black' and ,
blue checks on white grounds, 26
New Prices On Towels
17x32 in. Cotton Huck . Towels,
18x33 Bath Towels 23c
18x34 Cotton Huck Towels.- 39c
18x34" Part Linen Huck Towels,
each . 39c
18x34 Part Iiinen Huck, hem
stitched border 39c
Filet Curtain Nets 49c Cotton Blankets 82.90 Pr.
Attractive draperies that
show more quality than one ex
pects at such a low price, white
or beige, 38 to 40 inches wide.
J. C. Penney Ci A Nationwide Institution
Good weight Nashua cotton
blankets 64x76 inches, gray or
THE MORE CAREFUL YOU ARE
TO BUY THE BEST COAL, THE
MORE CERTAIN YOU WILL BE TO
U W W W H U
SMYTHE -LONERGAN CO
Qiility Qmtit SsricB
setes. the lower ratio of reverses re
volted by the federal reserw bank and
tightness of local funds, call loans
idiiln rising to 10 per cent after open
ing at 9. ,
These conditions were intensified
by the further demoralisation, of for
eign exchange and the statement of
a prominent financier that "the coun
try is on the threshold of a period of
Industrial depression which may Justify-
The break in foreign exchange car
ried sterling down to within 15c of its
maximum quotation in this market,
while French. Italian, Dutch, Spanish
and Scandinavian rates were at lowest
levels ever recorded htro.
Liberty bonds and victory notes re
acted moderately and the bond market
as a whole was affected by the weak
ness of stocks, dralls, Inustrluls and
Intel nationals closing at variable re
actions. 'ir-ihl sales, pur value, 613,450.000.
Old LT. S. bonds unchanged on call.
Wheat Price Ili-eoiks .
.Sharply at Chicago.
CHICAGO, Nov. 9. Wheat suffer
ed big new breaks In price Monday
simultaneous with acute depression of
REPORTED BY BRITISH'
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foreign exchange and with liberal re
ceipts at Kansas City and Omaha. The
market closed unsettled, 4 3-4 to 6c
pet lower with Dec. 1.84 1-4 to 1.84 1-2
and March 1.82 to 1.82 1-4. Corn fin
ished 1-8 to 5-8 higher and oats un
changed to l-4c up. In provisions the
outcome varied from the samo as Sat
urday's flnlsd to 20c lower.
fc'etitfment regarding wheat was in
tensely bearish from the outset, and
prices fell to the lowest levels of the
season. Dcmoralzatlon of foreign ex
cha'igowus accepted as Indicating an
ircreiir-ed handicap on export business,
an opinion that was emphasized by
news of the failure of a export concern
of New York.
Besdcs the liberal arrivals at Kan
sas City and Omaha messages from
the southwest told of heavy notices of
consignment from the country and It
was contended In some quarters that
Ihe farmers' strike had been broken,
helling was general and at no time did
the market show power to rally.
Corn and oats developed firmness
1-rovlt.ions wera depressed.
firm orfers from Draxil, was consider
ed responsible for sharp declines in
the mu'ket for coffee futures today
Offers were not particularly heavy
but there was little demand and after
opening 3 to U points lower active
positions sold 28 to 31 points below
Katurday-s closing figures with March
toutning 7.87 or mora than a cent a
pound below the best price touched on
recent rallies and within Jl points of
...o hiw record lor the season. The
close was at the lowest point of the
Ony. rhowlnr.net declines of 28 to 36
'onus, iicconrbcr 7.19; March
jnav ,; Uy .48; 8cpt 8.56.
.-!.n coiieo quiut; Mo 7s 7 3-4;
ios s 1111 3-4.
WcaluioMi ti Exchange ILntra
lowers Coffee Futures.
NEW YKK. Nov. 9. Th. .un
of both Rio and (European rhnr.
rates, combined with reports of lower
NEW YORK The first Amerl
ran citizen to be permanently de
ported by England Is Edmard J.
7ostello of Chicago, managing
Hi tor of the federated Press.
Secretary of State Colby I now
investigating the cause of Bri
tain's action and the charge
against Cos t el I o. Coetello recent
y arrived In New lorg from En
. ' in. .1 - w i;ut( j .
The New 1921
have arrived. Come in and look
Oregon otbr (jarage
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