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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
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SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 16, 1021.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEVS, LOCAL AIND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
NKW T I;K. April 1 fi. (A. V.)
The I'lw k market wax urttiv Rtnl
MruiiK 'tiMuy, umlilrnly rovrrwiiK
it iMimtlon o1' lirrvlou ilaya. m a le
ault of ruimilittivt' l cUiimu Ms of
Mulily eiirournKinic Hanii-tiT.
I'liltf among Ihi'im was the ilictflon
of tlu I nilnl Htittna railway ljilor
bourri, Hlirrffutlntf tho contru"I3 rntor
! Into liy the fedrral railroad Hiimin
Hrnliciii. This liav.'i the trail ipx'.-tv
tion coiapanl-'H trvv to deal induid.i
Ally with their employe and not
thr rllny lalmr orKiinir-ilions.
Heuvv avllinir fur profits failed to
Impair priors, the list brine at Its best
111 Die last hour. l'iidirR rails made
net Kains of one to almost three points
while oils, steels, equipments and re
lated specialties rvifWtered advances
of two to five and one half points.
Sales amounted to T10.000 shares.
omestlc money rntos were upiln
unehansed, but remittances to Ku
ropc hardened, the, only exception be
Ins: the Italian fate, which forfeited
part of lis recent rise.
Ilonds were dull and benefitted
witrje-rdy slightly by tho day'a news. 1.1b-Im-ierly
issues, tractions and pome of the
the Ili llisli labor rim- j loreijjn group made moderate trains,
i favorable influence. Total Bales, par value. Were J9.87B,-
sis in Great llritaln would be quickly
at an end.
Corn and oats averaged lilKher In
sympathy with wheat. Uurtil offer
ings were meaner. Kuropeans took
200 000 bushels of corn.
1'rovlslons at first were dull and In
lined to sat? but later responded to
in Improved export demand and to
firmness in the ho market.
w hile the reductions of rediscount j lH'u-
rales by the Huston branch of the fed.
ral reserve board heightened expec- j Whrat t.nns
lutions of easier money rales in the
near future. omestic industrial ad-!
vice were mixed but aimst motive in'
the main. Tendencies toward trade I
Ktabihtallnn were furnished by add!-1
tionul price cuts In steel and iron pro-
ducts announced by one of the Vnited i
Htatcs Hteel subsidiary and several of!
the Independent produccrs.
In other branches of Industry and j
commerce, such as textiles, leathers:
Foretcn S t nation Improves).
CHICAGO, April 16. (A. P.)
Wheat prices developed considerable
strength yesterday, anxiety having
lessened in regard to the Pritish in
dustrial situation. The finish, al
though nervous, was at the same na
yesterday' to 1 l-2c higher, with May
II. S2 1-2 to J 1.22 3-4, and July $1.06
to f 1.06 1-2. Corn gained 3-8o to 3-t
and oats 1,-Sc to 3-Sc. Provisions
and general merchandise, overnight i closed unchanged to 15c up.
advices were distinctly hopeful, point-1 Almost at the outset bulls had an
lug to increased output and revival of advantage in the wheat market as
lublic consumption. result of new hope that the labor cri-
Uy I nfavorable Weather.
NEW YORK, April 16. (A.
Uradstreet a says:
"Intermingling of poor and good
news which has been a feature of the
week's advices, makes for a continued
very irregular and streaky trade re
port. I'nfavorable weather, low tem
peratures retarding spring buying and
hurling early fruits und Vegetables,
close to the lowest prices In the better
I part of a decade on the farm and de
pressing news regarding possible for
eign and domestic labor troubles, are
among the causes for the easing In se
curities and exchange markets, the
fining of buying, both at wholesale
and retail, to Immediate necessity and
the continued lagKing shown in col
lections. Weekly bank clearings 36 -1
7, '.8 9,000."
THE OLD HOMETOWN.
I HOME - CJZS 4
Elmex whiwl( w&s if-H-tt I
lsi- 5) Cvi - ' SOLDtRNfc A SMALL MOLE let
lfl, -J ,-THE GASOLINE TAN ON HENRY APPLl&fcTEi
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you can buy. It Insure your illsnraiK-e ami renders
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fire, Lurlars ai;d yccssi.
Vou can linvc a private Htrons box of your own, for
your personal treasures and ktsoiui1 uers.
Safety lH iKwit Itoxes may lie secured in tliis bank In
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'Strongest Sank in Gas tern Oregon"
Special Prices on
Bed Room Furniture
We have Chiffoniers in ivory, French plate mir
rors, fine workmanship, good material $35.00
Dressers in ivory, large French plate bevel
Dressing Tables, tripple mirrors $23.00
Fine large Chif fonette in ivory $23.00
Chiffonier, medium size $20.00
Cruikshank & Hampton
124-28 E. Webb Phone 548
Your Old IVnillure Taken In Kieliance as Tart Tayiuent on New
and Steady lriccs.
PEATTLK. April 16. (A. P.)
Hogs Receipts none. Steady. Prime
11 i 11.65; smooth heavies 10ill;
rough heavies 8 4 8.65; pigs 10
Cattle Receipts 26. AVeak. Prime
steers 7.75i8.25: medium to ehr,io.
6.004i6.75; common to good Ja.BOi!))'
6.50; best cows and heifers 6 50W7-
medium to choice 4.50 l 5.50; com
mon to good 3.00 4.50; bulls 4.00
5.50; light calves 10.5061 12.00: heavv
calves 6.00 ig 7.00.
BOSTON. April 16. (A. P.The
i Commercial Bulletin publishes wool
quotations as follows:
Missouri Half blood, 272Sc; 3-8
blood, 25fi26c; 1-4 blood, 24 25.
Kentucky and similar Three
eighths blood unwashed. 30c; quarter
blood, unwashed, 28 20c.
Texa.s Fine 12 months, 65 73c;
fine 8 months, S5i 90c.
K. c. Market
Steady to Strong
KANSAS CITY, April 16. (A. P.)
Cattle Receipts 650: heef Kteors nmi
TO GOT THIS SOVeiSNMCNT JOT3.
evrsre (Ncr thcn, Howcvofe, You havs oom
WBSCCOTCCY MOTrilMCiiJ TJur IT'S NOT TOO
I ATf- TO MPWD
LET THIS SWlSOt. CHAIR
CHILD TRAINING AT HOME
Till is No. 27 of the fourth series of articles issued by the National Kinder
garten Association, 8 West 40th Street, .New York City. They ure appearing
wt-iy In these columns.
Don' I ay, "Stop that!" without laying, "You may do this."
Bj Dorothy ( anf.cl'l l-Micr, Author of I'mlersUiod Betsy. The Itrimmiiig t'np.
face softening to a smile. "It's lover
ly," she pronounced solemnly.
Grannie and Mother began to talk
The grandmother who had brought
up seven children to vigorous, happy
and well-poised maturity dropped in
to see her young daughter-in-law She
was greeted by the sound of sobs and
huwls from behind the closed door.
The young mother explained, her face
st hunt. "Hlste has been naughty.
Slie is being punished."
The grandmother sank Into a chair,
praying for wisdom. "I never pun-
DUicners stock mostly steady to strong, i ished one of mine In anv such way in
-stockers hither, steers steady. j all my life," she advanced mildly, "and
.-neep z.u'jd. ianihs mostly steady; !
some heavies around 25c higher. j
KOI.DIKItS AVIMi UK TlUKl
TACOS1A, April 16. (U. p.)
Everett Impyn and Lawardus O. Bo
gart, Camp Lewis soldiers will be ar
raigned today before United States
Commissioner Hammond on a charge
of criminally assaulting a nurse, Elean
or Scheyer. of the post hospital. Both
men has confessed, the military offi
cials say. The only penalty the fed
eral law provides for a crime of this
kind is hanging. The accused men
were token before Miss Scheyer, who
is In a hospital, but Is expected to re
cover from the brutal treatment. She
instantly identified them. The military
records of the prisoners show that
both men are Germans and took out
citizenship papers a few weeks ago.
KXPFXT WAVi: PIIKK ClTTIXt;
WASHINGTON, April 16. IV. P.) I
Ihe drastic - price reductions an
nounced by the l"n ted Slates steel cor
poration may precipitate a second
countrywide wave of price cutting, it
is believed here. "Cheaper steel will '
tend to bring down prices to the con
sumer of scores of commodities in
every day use," declared Ethelbert
Stuart, a government price expert.
. -V BLOUSE
1 V I LISLE
BLUE l I l IOOWSS
they never disobeyed me, either."
"Why, Mother Hurtonl" cried the
young mother incredulously. "That's
just iiiipo-sslblc. What did you do
when they didn't mind, when they
acted as Elsie did just now? he a
so naughty, You see that lovely set
of Stevenson? I told her three sep
arate times not to touch it, but she
persisted in handling the backs of the
books with her sticky little fingers,
what else could anybody do but pun
"Well," said the grandmother, "Let's
consider this case: I always tried to
put myself in the child's place and
tried to imagine why it was they
wanted to do what seemed .naughty,
what there was in it that attracted
them. Let's look at that Stevenson
set. Yes, isn't it a beaty, all red leath
er and gold lettering? Why. I be-
! lieve it's the bright coloring that fas
cinated Elssie. There's nothing wlck,
td in liking pretty, bright things.
Why, if that had happened to me, I
believe I'd have tried giving her some
thing bright and shiny that she could
I "No, you don't understand Elsie,
said the young mother, "that wouldn't
work with her. It's stubborness. You
ought to have seen how angry she
"Well, perhaps you pot her 'mnd'
up," suggested the grandmother, gent
The young mother gave a skeptical,
impatient gesture, "You can try it,
and see for yourself."
The grandmother went quickly Into
the kitchen while tho mother was un
locking the closet door, und by the
time the sobbing, excited child had
rome out, she Was back with an egg
beater and a bowl of soapy water.
Elsie looked blackly at her mother
an'd marched straight toward'ihe for
bidden books. "You see," breathed
her mother triumphantly.
"Elsie," called the grandmother
hrighty, "just see here what I've got.
Mother says we may play with it, you
and I. See, when you whirl the egg
beater around, how It makes the water
all froth up. It's as good us beating
The e;;g-beater's shiny blades shone
clearly as they whisked about through
the glistening, foaming suds. Elsie
was too little to contain more than one
idea at a time especially when one of
the ideas was such a beautiful one.
She ran to the bowl and began to try
to turn the beater.
At first Grannie had to hold the
bojvl steady, but in a moment the deft
little fingers caught the trick, and
whisk! how the suds foamed up! She
beamed as she beat, absorbed, radiant,
the little eyes blurred with tears
brightening, tho little, sullen, angry
about the weather, and a new recipe
for cookies! The crisis was past.
When Grannie Btood up to go, half
an hour later, she remarked casually
to Elsie, "Oh, say, dear, Mother Just
loves those pretty red and gold books
down there. And we are afraid that
If you touch them, you'll get them
dirty. You'll try to remember" about
that, won't you? You wouldn't like
Mother to spoil your things."
Elsie's small mind hud gone a long
dlstnn.ie since that episode of the
books. To her it seemed as though a
long time- had passed. And she cer
tainly cared nothing about them, now.
She nodded, peacefully, her eyes on
tho shining water. "Oh, I don't care
anything about tho books," she said,
"when I've got Oils."
Yes we can take it all apart
In fact we know each car by heart.
Don't be like the little boy who took the watch
apart to see what made the wheels go 'round. Don't
tinker around your car and so disturb the mechanism
that you don't give a tinker's tamo'shanter what be
comes of it. Drive it around here. If it is too sick
to navigate, just phone us and we'll throw out the
Senior. Car Day and Xlglit
Shop phone, 870
YOUR NEIGHBOR WILL TELL YOU THAT
"PEACOCK" HAS NO EQUAL. OTHERS HAVE
SEEN THE FALLACY OF BUYING COAL WITH
OUT A NAME. . . , -
THE COAL WITH NO REGRETS
TjfE want you to judpje the new
rr 1921 Buick on this basis
capacity to give definite returns
Let us demonstrate one of the new
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enjoy its roomy comfort. The
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A PrfMMtlm t.
COMPOUND COPAIBA w4 CUBCBS
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A plain blue slirt. A whit middr
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Linle ftorkingii. Ixw-keled nhom.
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