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DAILY EAST OREOONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, NOVEMBER 13rl920.
MOTJJIISTS 0E EVERETT TRUE
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zz Groceries for Your Sunday dinner AH of the very
jga Choicest Selections. :
S5 Vcgctalrtrs and Fruits Candles anil Xnts, also very complete.
Klmw'im Furnishing (.noils for len, Hry Goods ami Notion.
IMmvuImt f arc here mil 1 10 o'clock Saturday Evening. S3
300 W. Webb Street
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Without Wall Street w.lh its complicated and effi.
( trill machinery for the distribution of securit es ami
llic euvi.t nine ol ready niaiUets, our railroads woiihI
have a difficult tlnie financing cqupmcnt piircha-sea,
our nunc would not have developed so rapidly, our
motor companies would he .wars behind 5n tlxHr per
foot Ion of iIk- autonioliile and quantity production.
All atich corporations would have their earnings and
productive cautcity l.mltcd to (lie extent of their cap
ital and Midi sliort mil ts as honks would allow un
der the circumstances.
The AmericanKaiional Bank
Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon"
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We are prepared to negotiate loans on wheat land
lying north or east of Pendleton. Five years to pay,
and a very reasonable rate of interest.
We reiirescnt the VERMONT IjOAX & TRl'ST
COMPAXY of Siokane, and will rive you promw
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DAILY iRKEI K, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
Thi following Drlues are th nrlcAt Hforiium ti,. Mi . oaaa.t.
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being paid to producers by Pendleton I Choice feeders 6.75 W 7.25
uusirisa nouses. wnerever retail air to good feeders ... 5.7531 8.75
prices are given the face will be soe- In the hn niiov ih.r. o ...n
clfically mentioned. , run of less than two mm for th. tvi.
liens and Poultry.
Eggs, 70 cents in trade. (lietall price
'a 75 cents.)
Hens, 20 cents.
Spring flyers, 28 cents a pound.
Country Hani, Eta.
ham, best quality, 28c.
Bacon, best quality. 40c.
Buttor Fat a-.id Butter.
Ranch butter, 11.25 a roll. (Retail
price is also IL25.)
Heats your house with one-third the fuel
Burns wood or coal equally well
A high grade parlor heater. Built especially for use
of both wood and coal. .
The Radium has duplex grate. By simply turning
grate, stove is changed from wood to coal. The shape of
stove is such that wood will lay flat on grates. Has hot
blast tube, also gas burner on side of firepot, which makes
it an ideal coal heater.
Let us put a Radium in your home. Your floor is al
ways warm if you have a Radium heater.
Heating Stoves from $12.50 up
Your old stove taken in exchange
Cruikshank & Hampton
Pbuae 4 QCA1JTT COUNTS 1M-1XS E. Webb St.
Hogs Steady, Cattle Ivcr
nnd Sheep I'nchanKCd
tight cars formed total arrivals at
North Portland for the Friday trade
Hogs were JU8t about steady, cattle
were lower and sheep were unchang
In the cattle alleys there was a fur
ther reduction In values for the day.
Tops In the steer division were not
quoted above $9, this being a new low
mark for recent weeks. In fact, the
entire cattle market was down about
2oc for the day.
General cattle range:
Choice steers $ 8.25
Good to choice steers... 7.25 W
Medium to good steers . . 6.25 (Tu
Fair to good steers 5.00
Choice cows and heifers. 6.25ft;
Medium to good cows and
Fair to medium cows and
heifers 3.25 W
Bulls .. 6.00a
Choice dairy calves .... 13.0015.00
Heavy caives 7. 00(ft 9.00
Best light calves 11.0013.nn
(lav trade. Prices were barely steady
lit $13 for extreme tops.
General hog market range:
I rime mixed $14.50i15.00
Smooth heavy 14.0014.5b
Plough heavy 10.00913.25
rat pigs 12.00014.00
Feeder pigs 11.00013.60
While there is a steady tone In the
sheep and lamb trade generally, ewes
are an exception and are practically
unsaleable at the moment.
General sheep and lamb range:
F.ast of mountain lambs f 9.0010.00
Willamette valley lambs 8.50 9.00
Feeder lambs 8.00 8.50
Cull lambs 6.00 f 6.08
Yearlings 6.00 7.60
Wethers 6.00 6.50
Ewes ., 2.50 6.75
Stocks on Xew York
Exchange lilt. Xew Bottom
NEW YORK, Xov. 13. Quoted val
ues In the stock market continued to
crumble Friday, selling for both ac
counts In which voluntary liquidation
probably predominated, carrying the
list to lowest levels of the year.
. In several noteworthy Instances to
day's prices were the lowest for a much
longer period. Vnited States Steel de
clined to 82 1-8, an 'extreme loss ol
1 3-S points, and the minimum sincf
1917. Many popular shares were 21
to 40 points under maximums of
few months ago.'
Gross recessions of 3 to 10 points
for the sessions marked the active of
erings of shippings, equipments, mot
ors. oils and various specialties whose
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Men's Cold Weather Clothes At
New Low Prices
Heavy AH Wool Unions $6.90
Extra quality garments, made of
fine, soft wool by the famous North
Star Mills. Light gray color, fine rib.
closed crotch, close fitting wrists and
anklts, the suit .' $6-90
Heavy Fleeced Unions $2.49
Heavy fleece lined cotton unions
"provide warmth at small expense, closed
croth, light gray with pure white
fleece, suit $2.49
Two Piece Underwear
Good weight shirts and draw
ers of fine gray rib with some
wool in its makeup, each. . $1.49
Collins Health Underwear
Very heavy all wool under
wear of the very finest quality.
Nothing better for the man
whose work takes him into all
kinds of weather. Two piece
suits only, garment $3.98
$9.90, $10.90, $11.90,
$12.90, $13.50 ,
No need to suffer with the cold
when we can give you high grade
leather vests at the above prices.
Moleskin or . corduroy shells,
sorre with full sheep lining.
Dependahle Wool Macki-
naws $10.90, $11.90,
. $12.50, $14.75
Full cut Mackinaws from"
North Star mills keep out the;
cold and the rain.
Pay Day and Underhill Bib
Overalls, standard quality,
union made, pair $1.98
Indigo Blue, Stlfel Stripe, Bib
Overalls, pair ;v $1.49
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Adapting Orientalism to youthful figures Is one of the eleTerest
things the designers are doing. Here la an example. It Is a marvel
of color. "d chlllon over yellow, and then a lighter yellow used for
sleeves The skirt, being accordion pleated, eends forth kaleldo.
coplc ray. of light and .hade, while flower, of told Umm tral ng
down over corsage and skirt and a gold cloth terbe. at Egyptian
persuasion proU M additional Uca or the Oritattu.
rise and fall are involved In the move
ment of the more distinctive issues.
Aide from the" money market there
were no new developments or happen
ings to account for the further collapse
of the stock market.
There were rumors of a pessimistic
aature dealing with general industrial
and commercial conditions: These as
sumed a degree of plausibility from
the further reduction of output in the
textile and allledj trade, the failure ot
a local silk commission house and the
dismissal of. some 1,300 men by the
Pennsylvania railroad at Altoona, Pa.
Selling of stocks was at its flood in
the final hour, the reaction then en
suiting dividend paying rails, especial
ly Pacifies and coalers, Reading mak
ing a net decline of 3 1-8 points.
Other net losses of two to five points
included Bethlehem, Baldwin, Atlantic
Gulf, American International, Marine
Ofd., Northern Pacific, Southern Paci
fic and Canadian Pacific. Mexico
petroleum and general Electric over
topped the list, losing 8 3-4 and 9
points respectively. Sales 1,250,000
Bonds were not especially affected
by the break In stocks, although all
liberty Issues and various convertible
rails eased. Total sales, par value,
$13,620,000. Old U. S. bonds unchang.
ed on call.
SO emits Paid for
Heat Eggs at Seattle
Seattle, Nov. 11. Egg. flelect
ranch white shell. 80 cents per dosen;
pullet. 65; storage 60.
Butter City creamery extras In
cube. 55 cents per pound; bricks or
prints 66 cents; seconds In cube 49
cents; bricks 60 cents; country cream
ery extras, cost to Jobbers In cube.
(I cents; storage 60 cents.
All Grains Crash Down
To Lowest Since 115.
CHICAGO, Nov. 13. All grain
smashed down in value Friday to the
lowest record since 1916. Financial'
and industrial uncertainties were
largely responsible. The wheat mar
ket closed nervous 2 3-4 5c net lower
with Dec. $1.76 1.77 1-2 and March
$1.9 1-4 ft 1.69 1-2.
- Corn lost 1 1-2Si2 1-2 and oats J-8
to 1 l-8c. In provision the outcome
varied from five cents decline to 16c
General selling started Wheat down
grade right from the outset with the
bears making the most out of unfa
vorable aspects of the business situa
tion. Besides word that the British
royal commission and the Belgian
government were out of the export
market counted a good deal as a
special depressing factor. Later there
were Indications of export business
with Italy but. the rallies which en
sued did not develop much force. It
was not known until after the market
closed that the purchasing for Italy
was on a large scale, totaling, accord
ing to some estimates, 8,000,000 hush-
els, practically all United states
Receipts continued light.
Corn and oats gave wuy in sym
pathy with wheat.
Provisions at first were eaBier ow
ing to grain weakness, nut : subse
Slightly Increased Demand
For Wool Being; Keen '
BOSTON, Nov. 13. The Commercial
Bulletin today says:
'There has been a slight Increase
In the demand for wool In the Ameri
can markets this week, but generally
at the expense of values. Some choice
Ohio Delaine Is reported sold at about
50 cents In the grease and some Mon
tana fine and fine medium wool In the
original baks at about 32f3J cents.
'The goods market Is still unsettled,
although It Is hoped that with the ter
mination of the wholesale clothiers'
agreement on prices for suits on Nov.
15 and overcoatings Dec. 1, that prices
will 1' substantially reduced by
wholesalers and retailers alike to the
end that Improved demand may he In
ducced from the ultimate consumer."
Texas fine 12 mopths 90cii$1.00;
fine 8 months "Or W 70c.
Callfornla-Northern 81.00; middle
county 9095; southern 60065.
Oregon Eastern No. 1 staple 1.00;
eastern clothing 76 0 60; valley No. 1
9096. 1 ...
Terrltorjr Fine staple 1.66l.li;
half blood combing 60495; 1-8 blood
ccmhlng 66067: quarter blood comb
ing 60; fine clothing 804 90; fine med
ium clothing 61 71.
Pulled Delaine 90ff 96; AA 86991:
A supers 60665; mohairs, best comb
ing 40 42; best carding 8JWSB. ' f
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Prloo .KeadJusemenU Going
Further, Says BradstreeW.
NEW YORK, Nov. 13. Bradstreet s
today says '
Price readjustments are going for
ward with, if anything, rather more
celerity and these, where accompan-
ed by cool, bracing weather, have in
duced a large distribution or season
able goods, notably wearing apparel.
The evidence, of Improvement are not
very broad or very .deep and Immedi
ate needs seem to govern most buy
Briefly sumniarlxed. wholesale and
li bblnik trade Is slow to fair, retail
fair to slow and manufacture and in
dustry show a further slowing with
either an Increase of unemployment
or an extension of short ttme In going
operations. The camp selling ex-
hange. Inaugurated by large whole
salers and Jobbers some week, ago
have met with a moderate degree of
success, weekly iiann cieanuss ".-
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