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OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
' Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports ,
DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING. JANUARY 28, 1921.
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finwwin In OMinlry KeM-p
Work ff lHiHImul Mnrkrt
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Not a mriKiu upw cnria urrual wss
li'pwn in the North Portland allies for
ths Tuesday morning trade. Sentiment
ppears to the effect that the country
Is unwilling to accept the price lonwf
now being furred here, this being true
more espccinllv in the swine alley
thntjin other lines. On the surface
It begin to look as if deliberate at
tempt Is being made to force hog
values here (o the same hivel us in the
Kant, not withstanding the fact that
trovlKioti price are baaed upon freight
charge from the Rust.
While there were no arrivals of
carload lots In the hoc alleys at North
Portland Tuesday last, sales made In
the feeder tlg division Indicated a con
dition that appears out of line with the
finished product. For Instance, sharp
ly higher prices are being offered for
feederd pifs, while killer hnirs hv
been forced lower.
With limited arrivals here It begins
to look as It the cotintry Is not willing
to market its hogs at a loss, especially
as the stock which killers have been
bringing from the Kast cost them far
more to land here than they have been
offering local producers.
General hog market range:
Prime light $11.0011.!S
Smooth heavy .. 10.60 tfll.uo
Kough heavy 7.00 0 9.25
Fat pigs ... 10.00trli.0Q
Feeder pigs ' 10.00 11.60
While there were no arrivals of
mock in the cattle alleys at North
Portland Tuesday, there were four
loads held over from Monday because
ot depressed market conditions. The
trade continued sloy Tuesday and a
revision of grades is listed for the day.
General cattle market range:
Choice steers I 8.50 (!J 9.10
j Medium to good steers. : 8.00W 8.50
Fair rn medium steers .. 7.00 8.09
Common to fair steers . .. 6.00 0 7.00
Choice cows and heifers 6.75 if 7-25
Medium to good cows and
Heifers 6.23 6.75
Fair to medium cows and
heifers 5.C0 ii'
Common cows, heifers .. 4.00ft1
Canners . . . i L'.OOw
Hulls 4.50 W
The niiHiry you rani txla,y lias a Croat future If
yon save it ami build a capital with it.
The tool to build a capital nut of weekly or
monthly saWngs, Is an American National Savings
The American National Rank is a safe place for
ONK DOLLAR or more will start an American
National Savings Account for you.
Pendleton. Oregon. .
ZS. 'Strongest Sank in Gasterrt Oregon'
Choice dairy calves 12.00HlS.0u
l'est 'ight calves i . 10. nod 11.00
Medium light calves !).00 if 10.00
Choice, feeders 6. 50W 7.25
Fair to good feeders .... 5,75 6.75
While there Is apparently a steady
demand for both sheep and lambs,
there were no corload arrivals Tues
day and the trade in general was con
sidered steady at former quotations.
General sheep market range:
East ot mountain lambs S 9.50 10.50
Willamette valley lambs 9.00 9.50
Cull lambs 6.00 0 8.00
Feeder lambs 6.00 7.00
Wethers . . 6.50 0 7.00
Light yearlings 1500 8.50
Heavy Yearlings 7.00W 7.50
Ewes 100 5.00
Price Hogs 11.00g$tt.50;
lt4 .Steers $8.73 09.25.
SEATTLE, Jan. 26. Hogs Re
ceipts none. Steady, price 611.009
11.50: smooth heavies 110.004fll.00;
rough heavies SS. 00 8.50; pigs 69.00
Cuttle Receipts 85. Weak. Prime
steers S8.75tys.25; medium to choice
67. 007.25; common to good la.OOfo1
7.00; best cows and heifers $7.00
7.50: medium to choice 95.506.50;
common to good tt.OOiii 5.50: bulls
(4.00tT6.00; calves, light J11.00J?
12.50; heavy $tS.007.00.
Kansas City llwt Strong
ami Hls'ier, Top $8.85.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Jan. 26. Cat
tie 10,000; beef strong to higher; early-
top 88.85; better grades cows and
heifers weuk, other grades steady to
strong; good heavy cows around 86;
good heifers 86.75: bulls steady to
lower; canners and feeders steady;
calves strong: best vealers 812.00.
Sheep 9,000. Steady; wethers
16.25; ewes 85.35; lambs and- ycarl
Ings higher. 75 pound Colorado lambs
(10.75; 95 pound fed yearlings (8.75.
:,mm mrtP'l : Sanita
LONDON THEATRE LIFE BRITAIN AND MOSCOW
LACKS OLD ADORNMENT WILL REFRAIN FROM
- iinnni r nnnnmnini
ON PAUL'S AND TEA GARDEN BRAND OF
T UU mif tfiftAIUJ k ; '"'J
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. Strawberry, Raspberry, Loganberry, Black
berry, Red Cherry, Damson Plum, Peach, Mar
malade, Apple Butter, and Plum Butter.
OLD DUTCH CLEANSER, the can . . . . . . 10c
am a x-i a cia.
nasi jwm ou . ..
The Most in Value The Best in Quality
' Phone 871 ;l i,
SAX FRANCISCO, Jan. 26. Flour
6268 qrs.; wheat 1600 centals; barley
49.344 centals; oats 2156 centals;
beans 667 sacks; corn 24 centals;
onions 5683 sacks; potatoes 1540
sacks; hay 30 tons; livestock 300
Oats Red feed 1.50 iff 1.60 ; barley
spot feed 1.37 1-21.45.
Grape fruit 2S3.00; tangerines (20
3.25; bananas. 8 9.
llnby Scratch Fcwl $71;
Alfalfa licniMlns $27.
SEATTLE, Jan. 26. City delivery:
Feed Scratch feed (59 ton; baby
scratch feed (71; feed wheat (64; all
grain chop (51; oats (49; sprouting
oats (54; rolled barley (4S; clipped
barley (53; milled feed (39; bran (39.
Hay Alfalfa (27 ton; double com
pressed alfalfa (33; ditto timothy
(39: eastern Washington mixed (35;
LONDON', Jan. 26. (U. P.) De
mocracy, as seen by theater-goers, is
a very drab affair. '
Nowhere In England can the extra
ordinary changes that have taken
place In the social customs be better
seen than in the theaters.
' Rows of stalls present an uninspir
ing dullness. Gone are the beautiful
coiffures and tiras ot bygone days,
when theater-going was something of
Victorian mothers went to the the
ater not only to see the show, but to,
see the latest fashions and to show otf
their own fine feathers. After 'the
performance, the vestibule was crowd
ed with leiBtired patricians, beautifully
igowned, coif fed and Jeweled chatting
New York ButUr Firm;
lk4 lOggs 64 65c.
NEW YORK, Jan. 26. Tlutter firm
receipts 5,518; creamery higher than
extras 50 1-2 51c. ' .
Eggs firm, receipts 13.444. Fresh
gathered extra firsts 64 9 65c; firsts,
Cheese steady: receipts 2,269; 8tate
wHble milk flats held specials 26
Preliminary Agreement Pro
' rides for Return of Each
Country's Subjects to Na
tive Land, and Bans All
of obligations Incurred by existing of
former governments shall be suitably
dealt with by the treaty.
PRINCE LATE TO EAT
0A0 SEN1DS HINI TO BED
LONDON, Jan. 26. King Haakon
of Norway, who arrived . in England
recently with Prince Olaf. for a visit
to Sandrlngham, 18 auokler lor
While aboard the , steamer Kollo,
Prince Olaf appeared" affile breakfast
table ten minutes later After the meal
he was told by the king that he must
stay in his room for an hour as pun
ishment, says the Dally News corre
spondent. '.- i . '
Every article a great saving to you. We will con-
tinue this sale until everything is sold.
A $140 Columbia machine with 20 free
: Records for $85.00
A $120 Columbia machine with 20 free
Records for $75.00
A $75 Columbia machine with 20 free ,.
.v . Records for . $50.00 1
' EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED
.. EXCEPT CONTRACT GOODS.
A $24.00 Mattress, Fine Springs $12.00 and French
Post Ivory Bed $23.00, all for . $35.00 .
A fine felted Cotton Mattress formerly. $18. . . $9.00
A 50c Heavv Carpet Beater
$12.00 Leather Seat Dining Chairs . .
50c Cold Handle Fry Pans
25c Bread Tins
25c Bake Pans 15c
Heavy China Plates, dozen $2.00
ON SALE! ON SALE! ON SALE! i
Owiii to the greatly reduced prices the I
sale is for cash only.
SKATTLE FAIGS 53c;
Creamery Ituttci", 41c.
SEATTLE, Jan. 26 Eggs. Select
local ranch, white shells, 53c; pullets,
Butter City creamery, In cubes,
44; bricks or prints 43c; seconds,' in
cubes, 41c; bricks 42c; country cream
ery extras, costto Jobbers In cubes,
41c; storage nominal.
London Wool Auction
;ood Demand, Ilcttcr Prices.
LONDON, Jan. 26. At the wool
auction sales today, 9600 bales were
offered. There was a good demand
for all grades at a shade firmer
prices. Punta Arenas wools offered
were from a half penny to a penny
langorously with well-groomed men
while they awaited the advent of their
cars or carriages. ,
Today, audiences are entirely non
descript. Half the "best people" are
to be found up In the gallery or "the
gods" as the cheapest seats are called
hers while the pit probably shelters
the other half. In fact, it would; be,
difficult to say which are the seats of
the mighty, or the Smart Set, in these
days of uniform drabness. Certainly
those who sit in the stalls and boxes
are the gilden lew. . -
After the theater, one or tw.o par
ties f. friends might be seen waiting
for their automobile to take them
home. A larger proportion. will strug
gle not always successfully to hnll a
taxi, but the great and grand major
ity take to their feet, and mingle with
the. surging throngs that are rushing
towards the nearest subway.
It is at the entrances to the West
End stations of the subway that you
can. best gather an Idea of the num
ber of folks who have been on pleas
ure bent. These are stormed by vast
lines, who Ianigh and talk ; merrily
while they wait their turn.
SILVKIt foxfs ira.ivKisra.
CHAKLOTTKTOWN, P. E. I. E.
H. Ilayncr, one of the prominent fox
rammers of Summcrside, has deliver
ed 4wo pairs of silver foxes to a well
known New York financier, who will
use them as foundation stock for a
ranch in the Adlrondacks.
Stilt Dull. Prunes Firm.
NEW YORK. Jan. 26. Evaporated
apples dull. Prunes firm. Peaches
LONDON, Jan. 26. (A. P.) Terms
wt the British.RuHsian preliminary
agreement, which Leonid Krassin, the
soviet representative, has taken to
Moscow for . consideration officially,
have been made public; They are:
Kach party agrees to refrain from
hostile action or propaganda outside
Its borders against the other's Institu
British subjects In Russia and Rus
sians In Great Britain will be permit-
red to return to their homes If they so
desire. Each agrees not to Impose
any form of blockade against the oth
er or any discrimination against trade
not Imposed on other foreign coun
tries. Bhips in the other's harbors
shall receive the treatment usually ac
corded foreign merchant ships by com
The agreement . provides for the
clearance of mines from tfie Baltic
sea and the approach to Russia and
for the admission' to both countries of
persons appointed to carry out the
agreement. A renewal of telegrapkte
and postal facilities, including parcel
post will be arranged.
- Great Britain agrees to refrain from
attaching any gold securities or com
modities, not identifiable as British
government property, which may be
exported from Russia as. payment for
imports or securities for payment and
to refrain, as well, from legislation
lgalnst the importation of specie or
bullion from Russia and from requis
The agreement shall continue In
force until a formal general treaty Is
arranged, except that elthr may after
year give six months' notice of its
termination. Infringement by either
government frees the other from Its
The government recogni7.es in prln
ciple that .it is liable to pay compen
sation to private persons who have
supplied goods or services to Russia.
All claims of either government or Its
nationals against the other In respect
Thiy Work A
while you deep", -
A. C. Koeppen & Bros.
The Drug Store That Serves
You Dent. .
.Live Babies Are "Books" at This School!
, . . 20c 1
. . 10c
fpKr im"TTHT HIH ITirUTT "U' l I W 'IMWH
Cruikshank & Hampton
124-28 E. Webb
Phone 518 1
S Tomr Old Pwruiture taken in exchange as part payment on new. E
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A Dependable Physic
when Bilious, Headachy,
Constipated and Upset.
10, 25, 50c drugstores.
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nervous Diseases and
Diseases of Women. X-Ray Eledrlo
Temple Bid. - - Room It
Nine, or ten room
house on North side.
Must have four bed-
DR. C. H. DAY
' Physician and Surgeon
Rooms S3 and 25 Smlth-Crawfora
Telephone 704 Res. 74J-R H
Good, modern cottage
or bungalow, close in,
good tenant- '
Apply to the Manage
ment of .
Whrro It Pays to Trade
Babies hv become text books at Flower High School for Girls in Chlcagj. eighteen glnn
re studying care of babies s well as Latin and the battles of the Civil War. They hare babies to "ex
periment" on, too. Alumni of the school bring the'r babies, one each week, and in the class room
the girl students learn what babies should wear and at and how they should play. Hiss Grace Moors.
Instructor, is shown here with one of the live "teit books" and a class of (S'rJ,'
S Beginning Jan. 1st, 1921
All 1921 BUICK cars will be equip
: t ped with CORD TIRES.
:f Nd change in Price. ' 1
Modet Twenty One Forty Five Little Six
Buick $2,062.18 F. 0. B. Pendleton, Ore., with
Model Twenty One Forty Njne 7-passen-ger
Big Six Buick F. 0. B. Pendleton, Ore., .
$2,366.29, with Cord Tires. ,
Place your order now for immediate . de
livery; . -v. ...
Oregon Motor Garage
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