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DAILY HAST OJtEGONlAM, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 1, 1921.
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
K, t if Wcors Iull
And' 25 ivtiiK liowrr
KANSAS C1TV, Feb. 1. Cattle' IS,
(HiO; beef sttors dull; mostly iSc low
er; early tup other sales 6.1)1'
.f'0; she stork steady to 2.'c lower;
least wfuknow cm kinds under Rr.0;i Rftcr City creamery, In cubes U;
c-annera and bulls steady: good can-ibrirk nr l.rhits 45: seconds. In cubes
41; bricks 42; country creamery ,ex-
lCllhc HlltUT II
J SEATTLE, Feb. 1. Eggs Select
(local ranch, white shells 48 r49;pullcts
titTs 3.25; calves fioe lower; good and
choice venters 10.50i 11.50; Rood 300
pound calves around 7..0; stockers and
leedem generally 2.' cents lower; early
sale S (i0T.2,-i; lour loads Texas flat
Sheep S.TiOO; killing classes steady
to i'f.c lowvr; early top lambs 8.50;
wme held higher.
trns cost to jobbers, in cubes, -41; stor
nHratrd Apples Quirt
Oregon lYunc 2 l.
NEW YORK. Fell. 1. Evaporated
rpples quiet; California Hf'S.
Prunes steady; California to fii-50c
4 fr 14 ; nrptM 1 r m up to 30-4 Us.
jliiiinre l.m io $37.00
I SEATTLE. Feb. J. City delivery:
! Feed Scratch feed $59 per ton; baby
scratch feed $T1 ; feed wheat 64; all
grain chop $4S; oats 47; sprouting
oats : 2; rolled barley 4T; clipped
barley 52; milled feed $39; bran 37.
Hay Alfalfa $27 per ton; double
compressed alfalfa $33; ditto tlmotn
3S; eastern Washington mixed J4i
straw $20; Puset Sound $31.
February the 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th. .
Interest m saiiigs accounts Is computed anil cred
ited m February the 1st. This Interest will be
onUTctl In your passbook as soon as presented at
tlie Toller's window No. 5.
. "Tills rime is specially favorable for making addi
tional deposits and starting a new savings account;
deposits made during the first four days of this
mouth will draw Interest from the 1st day bf Feb
ruary.,,. . .. t-.-.Ljtit fisi
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'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon'
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 1. Receipts
Flour 1250 qrs.; wheat 2323 centals;
barley 31S8 centals; oats 800 centals;
beans 6339 sacks; corn 1200 centals,
oats 00 centals; hay 28 tons; pota
toes 6870 sacks; hides 5 bundles; lem
ons and oangea 2700 boxes; livestock
600 .head. , . .
Itarley feed 1.25 (fr 1.30; shipping 1.45
iil.W; red feed oats l.SOtfr 1.60; corn
white Ksystlan 2.754i 2.S0; red milo
Imy Fancy wheat 20. OOfi 21.00;
tame oat 17.00(9 19.00; wild oat 12.00
6-15.00; hurley 12.00'ff 15.00; alfalfa
17.00 20.00; stock hay" 10.00 14.00.
Navel oranges 2.50 it 3.75; lemons
!.00S3.50: lemonettes ,1.50fi 2.00;
grape fruit ,2.00 3.00; Arlsona 4.00
4.50; apples Newtbn 1.25 3.00.
THAT'S Vbo AilN i tvH&N Vou'lC HoMl
in THe eveNifc were ,DprM-r tow -talk, i
SEATTLE, Feb. 1. Hogs Receipts
431. Strong. Prime 11.25W11.75;
medium heavies 10.75ff 11.25; . rough
heavies 8.25 8.75; pigs . 9.00 11.00.
Cattle Receipts 1607. Steady. Trlme
steers 8.75 4i 9.25; medium to choice
7.00i7.25; common to good 6.004T
7.00: best cows and heifers 7.00 fr 7.50;
fuedium to choice 5.50i 6.50; common
a good 4.005.50; bulls 4.006.00;
calves, light 11.004)12.50; heavy 6.00
Iluttcr llnm-r: ....... . ..
NEW YORK. Feb. 1. Butter fir
mer; creamery higher IJtan extras
58451: creamerw extras 49H50;
creamery firsts 43 4849.
Eggs unsettled; fresh gathered ex
tra firsts 58; fresh gathered firsts 55
57. Cheese irregular state, whole mlik
flats, held, specials 264J29; state
state whle milk flats fresh specials
Kgcs Reach January
Pre War Price
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 1. Eggs
reached a January pre-war price today,
the best grade reaching the lowest
quotation since 1917, when trading on
the whole dairy exchange fixed fresh
extra eggs at 43c a dozen and extra
firsts at 4 214. This low January price,
according to traders, holds forth
promise of pre-war or cheap eggs
again as the production Increases the
next two months.
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DUE TO WIRE DElAYSilABOR PLAYS PART
$12,650,000 Old V. S. 4s registered
rose half per cent on call.
CHICAGO, Feb. 1. Predictions
that Germany would refuse the allies'
terms led to a sharp setback In wheat
prices today in connection with acute
weakness at Buenos Aires. The close
was heavy, ! to 1 net lower with
March 1.60 ',4 to 1.60 and May 1.48 1
to 1.48 Vi. Corn finished 7-8t o 1
l-8c down; oats off 3-8 to Vi 5-8, and
provisions at a decline of 5 to 50c.
Gossip about German intentions be
came current almost simultaneously
WItH word thafBtletiog-Alres quTita"
turns showed a break of 6 a bushel.
Wheat bears seized the advantage
and' were also favored by absence oi
new export business. Previously the
market had been advancing. In the
end the uncertain financial outlook In
Europe appeared to be acting as much
more than an offset!
Corn and oats paralleled wheat. Be
sides in the late dealings, a notable en
largement of the corn visible supply
total had a bearish effect.
Lower hog quotations pulled down
Every article a great saving to you. We will con
tinue this sale until everything is sold.
1 ' COLUMBIA PHONOGRAPHS
I , A $140 Columbia machine with 20 free
Records for '.
' A $120 Columbia machine with 20 free
B Records for
5 A $75 Columbia machine with 20 free
2 .' Records for".
5 EVERY ARTICLE REDUCED
1 EXCEPT CONTRACT GOODS.
g A $24.00 Mattress, Fine Springs $12.00, and French
I Post Ivory Bed $23.00, all for . $35.00
I A fine felted Cotton Mattress formerly $18, . . $9.00 1
A 50c Heavy Carpet Beater 25c
I $12.00 Leather Seat Dining Chairs $6.50 5
1 50c Cold Handle Fry Pans 20c
E 25c Bread Tins , .... 10c
I 25c Bake Pans 15c I
Heavy China Plates, dozen - $2.00
ON SALE! ON SALE! ON SALE! 1
1 ' Owing to the greatly reduced prices the
sale is for cash only.
i Cruikshank & Hampton
1 "QUALITY COUNTS"
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E Your Old Furniture taken In exchange a part payment on new,
NEW YORK. Feb. 1. Stock trading
was again dull and inclusive. Inter
ruption to wire service by storm con
tributed to these conditions.
Advices from principal railway ter
minals Indicated a slight gain In the
movement of tonnage and tho middle
west reported a better demand for
bonds, coupled with heavy sales1 of
foodstuffs, the latter resulting In ex
tensive liquidation of loans.
Further cuts were announced In
crude and refined oils, however, ana
the trend of general industrial condi
tions was marked by many additional
wage dividend on Studebaker oommon
Infused a measure of-rength to mo
tors and their subsidiaries. This. was
accelerated by news that several large
Detroit motor companies had resumed
operations on a 50 per cent basis. Oils
notably General Asphalt, Associated,
Mexican Petroleum and Houston, sev
eral of the foocLand rubber specialties
and Coopers as represented chiefly by
American Smelting, made up most of
the session's professional operations.
Late prices tended upward, smelting
leading, but gains were largely forfeit
ed oh fie rise of call money to 8 per
cent, the market closing with an easier
tone. Sales 500,000 shares. .
The 8 per cent demand rate strength
ened suggestions of tighter local money
In February. Remittances to London.
Paris and Brussels reacted likewise the
German quotation and Shanghai rates
broke five cents on another decline
of bar silver In the London market.
The bond market showed further ao
sorptlve capacity, several new domes
tic and foreign Issues being over- sun.
scribed. Liberty bonds, however, were
moderately lower. Sales, (par value)
Special Sale '
OF HAWAIIAN CANNED v
Number 21-: cans Sliced Pineapple, 3 for. . $1.10
Number 2 cans Sliced or Grated Pineapple, ,
3 for , 95c
Number 1 cans Sliced Pineapple, 3 for .... 55c
Number 1 cans Grated Pineapple, 3 for. .... 50c
. We guarantee all ,of this Pineapple to be of
the best quality. N ' .
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221 East Court St
The Most in Value The Best in Quality
Phone 871 .
FRATERNITY AT 0. A C.
OREGOIN AGRICULTURAL COL
LEGE, Corvallis, Feb. . 1, (A. P.)
Lambda Chi. Lambda is the name of
a new honorary engineering frater
nity that has just been granted a
charter by the student atfaiB com
mittee. Requirements for the mem
bership are manhood, practicability,
Kenneth Hall, senior, of Portland
l;ns been elected president. Julian M.
Riddle. Rosebufg-.- senior" In electrl-
HONOLULU, T. If., Feb. 1. Labor
legislation promises to play a prom
inent part lnv the territorial leglsla
ture which opens here February 16.
.-A number of bills fathered by the
central labor council of Honolulu,
the ideas of which wero presented to
candidates and voters at the Novem
ber election, are now being prepared.
One would make it a misdemeanor
to coerce or compel any person to
join latior organization. Another
would limit ithe use of restraining
orders and injunctions during strikes.
. Aid for the sugar industry, Hawaii's
leading money producer, likely will
be sought In a' measure which would
propose to increase the efficiency of
small planters by giving them assis
tance of sugar experts. . At present
there is one territorial sugar expert
iind his work is said to be such a suc
cess that a. plan to give him a carps
of aides' on each Island is finding
strong backing. ,
Establishment of. a domestic rela
tions court in Honolulu and revision
of the present systems of dental and
radical examination Tor territorial
certificates are also among the poss
ibilities when the legislature meets.
cal engineering In vice-president,
Mlllared Farrcll, Portland, aecretary.
treasurer, and Carl Rudoff, Corvallis
i JJ 1UI X
Dr. K. J. Tor, the Chinese Spe.
clalist has srent yean In study and
research work, both In China and
this country, hu enabling hlra to
treat any acute and chronic disease
of men and women.
He usee only - curative Chinese
roots and herbs as s means of treat
ing diseases known to human be
These remedies have been used
for many generations and have
been given credit by patients using
them. . .
Anyone who may be suffering
can call to see him.
K, t, YORK CHlVKSE MEDICINE
No. 421 W. Rom St.
Walla Walla, Wash.
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DR. C. H. DAY
Physician and Burgeon
Rooms 23 and 26 Smlth-Crawfor
Telephone 704 f Res. 74S-R
Dr. Lynn K. Blakeslee
Chronic and Nervous Diseases and
Diseases of Women. , X-Ray Elcctrlo
Temple Bldg. Room 11
FIRST SKATING F.VEXTS
SARAXAC LAKE, N. Y., Feb. 1. -Ideal
weather conditions and perfect
ice appear probable for tomorrow,
when seventy skaters will be sent away
In the first senior and Junior events of
the National Amateur Skating cham
pionships, scheduled to last three days.
Approaching the Shrine!
THE MORE CAREFUL YOU ARE
10 BUY THE BEST COAL, THE
MORE CERTAIN YOU WILL BE TO
SMY T JiE -L0 N ERG AN CO
QjHtjr QiaaUt Ssrvica
Newi Iteri: Indiana nronoses to construct a inn A antomfihila hlihwsT throuEb the southwestern
-part of it state, from French Lid to Evansville. It has ben routed from Dale lo Centrpville
that it stniids the fatuous Lincoln landmarks, where Abraham Lincoln lived In his boyhood, and
where fcis mother's body lies in Nancy Hacks Lincoln Memorial Park. Grant Johnson, m.-lntenince
superintendent cf the 'Indiana Highway Commission, says be can get a tire company to build a "rpur"
from the eialn highway to the Lincoln landmarks, for tourists. The highway commission says stirh a
branch rad will do. Johnson owns bunOredi of seres of land on the highway si it Is now muted, '
bat which would be mu and s half of lie highway If it is routed turouO the old tincoJa farm.
In the new Buick Twenty-One Forty-Six Five,
beauty and capacity for service are combined.
Designed to meet the many uses of a car of this
type, it lends itself to the needs of the business man
and his family, to the comforts of the traveler, or
those who enjoy long trips. .
While the changes have been plentiful, Buick in
dividuality has not been lost.
Cars now on hand for immediate delivery.
Cord tires standard equipment. , .
Let us demonstrate.
Oregon Motor Garage
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