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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, SATURDAY EVENING, APRIL 23, 1021.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
M'irr Conf iIpimv
1HiIh)cI mi Maiki-t.
NKW YOIIK, Aiuil 2?,.' (A. r.)
On AfnHrr aftjir-oximMinK On Iart'jl
turnover of any fwssiim this year on
1 tie Mock market, numormis Issues
Miailo pxtremp Kaliis f two in tixp
Hull fiictiirs ItiphnVil eunirr money
tpn1inin. inor fnvoraMo tiinle prm
iwt nml reptiris which fepmpd to
JiiMify hop of an early und Miisfne
tnrv nutcomn (if tho l'ritmh coul strike.
Murli nf the advance was accomplish
ed at the expense of an over-confident
short Interest, but no srrmll part of the
movement win credited to cumulative
buying for the long account ineludins
out of tnn demand.
Dealing" compixhended a usual va
riety of popular issues, although oils,
motor and kindred shares were es
pecially prominent and scored the
most substantial gains. Outstanding
.features of tliosa group comprised
huiileoMker. General Asphalt und Mex
jicui IViroIeum. Crucihle and I'nited
Slates Steels and several of the popu
lar equipments evinced unwonted ac
tivity. Hails held back until tho last half
of the session. Profit taking proved
a strong temptation in the final hour,
reactions of one to two and one half
points resultinn from selling of that
character, together with a sudden ris
( t!j call money from t to S 1-2 per cent
1 Sal?8 1,1 25.000 shares.
lvalues In foreign exchange were
comparatively lisjht. Germany's lat
est mediation pica was without visible
influence on rates to London nnd con
tinental points, nside from recovery
In the bond market all liberty Issues
strne(henod and local utilities Im-
Must iwr.plo really know li to tnnsact snfo , lmsl-iir-
and luiu to take nro of Billables., ltut so many
IV carolot and put-off what oflcu could tin - done
mui'li easier In tl c firt !oe , . . and then
M..ne. day the sad anakcn'tig; vnie dUhonest i?rsom
has taken away valuables, or a fire destroyed them
or In s::me mysterious maimer tlK'y have dsapjear
eiL Re ford-amled I y stor'r.T valuables In the strong
ItapoMl Vault of this Kank.
The AmeiimNaiional Bank
Strongest Bank in Castern Oregon'
YOUR NEIGHBOR WILL TELL YOU THAT
"PEACOCK" HAS NO EQUAL. OTHERS HAVE
SEEN THE FALLACY OF BUYING COAL WITH
OUT A NAME.
f f nOlC I
THE COAL WITH NO REGRETS
AXMLNSTER 9x12 RUGS
The kind that are advertised ?45 specials in the
; ; ; buy at home
You can save money.
Cruikshiink & Hampton
1 24-28 E. Webb ' Phone 548
Your Old IXirulturv Takes In ncbange as Part Payment on New
Iai'Iu-Jic Au'tits In IVndMim for Aerohix (o Whip) 1'orcli
proved. Success of the Goodyear of
fering was regarded ns indicating a
better Investment inquiry. Total sales,
par value, :),i;s,m0.
CHICAGO, April 23. (A. P.)
Wheat scored a substantial gain In
price yesterday, Influenced more or
less by assertions that enactment of
the emergency tariff bill was to be
looked for next week. The market
closed strong, 1c to 3 l-2c net higher
ftlth .May 1.27 1-2 to 1.2S and July
1.06 1-4 to 1.06 3-4. "Corn finished 1
1-8 to 2 1-Sc up: oats unchanged to
l-2c higher and provisions ut an ad
vance of 2r to 33 c.
The upward tendency of the wheat
market began nt the opening and with
only brief interruptions continued to
be manifest throughout the day. Asi
from current gossip that the senate
was lining up for quick action on the
emergency tariff, the bulls were fa
vored by reports of orange rust in sec
tions of Kansas and Oklahoma. In
addition more optimistic views were
expressed regarding likelihood thnt
the British coal strike was approach
ing a settlement. On the other hand
recent buyers appeared at times to be
disposed to realize freely. Kxport
sales to Belgium and Germany helped
to bring about rallies, however, and
the market closed at the topmost fig
ures of the day.
Corn and oats were strengthened by
further export business in corn. Be
sides, rural offerings continued liirht.
Not Very Liberal.
BOSTON, April 23. (A. P.) The
Commercial Bulletin says:
Trading in the wool market this
past week has continued In a moder
ate manner, the mills taking more or
less wool from day to day but In no
large volume. Prices on the whole
showed little change, although the
market is erratic. The tariff Is the
center of attraction. The situation at
the mills is healthy. Shearing is pro
gressing in the west but little has
been done on the new clip."
Oregon eastern No. i ntaple 80
85c; eastern clothing 65ir70c; valley
No. 1 65 ffj! 79c.
Territory Fine staple choice 85)
90c; half blood combing 70 75c:
3-8 blood combing 5355c: 1-4
blood combing 4245c; fine and fine
medium clothing 65 70c. . -
Mohair best combing 28IS0c; best
carding 22i26c. .
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You havs wen SEATS vor
FVS MINUTE'S KTOiaj G.C3T
Conditions SI tow
NEW YORK, April 23. (A. P.)
, After long continued liquidation,
more stability has developed in some
markets, with a definite gain In busi
ness. Completion of the readjust
ment Is yet to be attained in many in
stances and improvement is not gen
eral but basic conditions are gradu
ally strengthening. A tendency tow
ard easing of the monetary stringency,
partly reflected in some lowering of
discount rates is a favorable augury
and freer marketing of grain are
making for a lessening of the finan
cial tension in country districts. Re
cent sudden changes in temperature
have been detrimental alike to crop
advancement and seasonal increase in
retail distribution, yet weather influ
ences are secondary to some other
factors in the present situation, ques
tions of prices and wages being up
permost. Weekly bank clearings f, 040,594,-861.
Wheat Prospects Good ;
Much Fruit Frosted.
WASHINGTON, April 2?,. (A. P.)
The condition of winter wheat is ex
cellent in most states, according to the
weekly domestic crop review of the
bureau of crop estimates. Some
damage from the recent cold was re
ported in the Atlantic states and some
fields In eastern Kansas were said to
be uhawing yellow.
Spring wheat seeding was said to be
practically completed in South Dako
ta and parts of Utah and Wisconsin.
Some hay land In Idaho is being
seeded to nprtng wheat.
Although fruit In general was said
to have been severely injured by cold
weather, Idaho reported the com
mercial crop of apples and prunes un
HogK Steady, -Catile
SEATTLE, April 23. (A. P.)
Hogs Receipts none. Steady. Prime
10.75 11.55: smooth heavy 9.75
10.75; rough heavies 7.75S.25; pigs
10.00 r 11.
Cattle Receipts none. Weak.
Prime steers 7.75 W 8.25; medium to
choice 6'ii) 7.25; common to good 5.60
I'll 6.50; best cows ami heifers 6.50W
7; medium to choice 4.500 5.50; com
mon to good 3.00 ftp 4.50; bulls 4.50 &
5.50; light calves 10.5012; heavy
calves 6.00ig 7.00.
Cuttle and Sheep
Steady at K. C.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., April 23. (A.
P.) Cattle Receipts 350; beef steers
active, steady to strong; load lots
6. 7C.il 8; half load yearlings 8.21; all
other classes steady: best vealera
canners mostly 1.50 2; medium and
choice cows 5.50ft 6.65; few good heif
Sheep Receipts 800. Killing class
es fully steady; four cars woo'ed
lambs 10.25. '
(Rust Oregonian Special.)
STANFTELD, April 23. Mrs. Mil
dred Sanford wife of Rex Sanford
died at her home on the project TueS'
day evening. Mrs. Sanford waa only
aick a few days and her death was i
shock to the whole community. Fun
eral services were held Thursday aft
ernoon at the Presbyterian church
Rev. Fawcett having charge. Mr. San
ford and young son Milnor, accompan
ied the remains to New York where
they will be laid to rest in the family
burying ground. Mr. Sanford has tha
sympathy of a score of friends.
Miss Mary Johns and Miss Catharine
Stanfield of Pendleton were in town
Tuesday working up the life insurance
C. A. Hasen was the week end guest
of his family,, he returned to Pleasant
Mrs. Elizabeth Connelly has purch
ased the Pruitt home on Barbra street.
Mrs. Ed Morse of Newberg was the
guest of Mrs. F. B. Stuart Tuesday. ,
The Study Club met Thursday after
noon at the home of Mrs. O. L. Dun
ning. The literary' program consisted
of a paper on Henry jumes and his
writings by Mrs. W. T. Reeves and the
biography of ex-President; Eliot of
Harvard by Mrs. t. M. Hills, both pa
pers wore very intrasting. The next
meeting will he at the home of Mrs. F.
Edisonsat Burroughs' Funeral
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The home of Mr. and Mrs. H. K.
Wessel was the tcene of much enjoy
ment Saturday afternoon, it being the
sixth birthday of their daughter Bar
bara. The following little ladles were
present: Joyce-Holte, Florence Pear
son, Evelyn Kilburg, Helen Connor and
Ina Sturdivant. The afternoon was
spent in playing games and dainty re
freshments were served.
Ezra Huzen accompanied by his
mother Mrs. C. A. Haen and sister
Mrs. C. M. Dupuls motored to Pendle
Mrs. S, W. Nyckoff of Upplnert,
Washington spent several days here
the guest of her sister, Mrs. T. O.
Mr. and Mrs. Morrla Johnson and
daughter Miss Edna, were Sunday
guests at the ' home of Mm. Emma
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Perrln are be
ing felicitated on the arrival of a boy
bahy. The young man will be known
as Robert Reeves Pcrrin.
The ball game Sunday between Ir
rigon and Stanfield resulted in a score
of 3 to 6 in favor of Stanfield.
Mr. and Mrs. Wendel Cleveland of
Oreshman spent several days nt the
home of C E. and Mrs, Cleveland.
Homer Smith has purchased the
Dave Ledgerwood residence on Barbra
Bill Hoggard of Bonnis Ferry, Idaho
m visiting at the home of hi brother
Mrs. C. D. Connor was a Pendleton
Pendleton Cleaning Works
An Institution, Not An Agency.
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Only Thoroughly Equipped Plant in Pendleton
"I ODORLESS CLEANING I
High Class Cleaning and Pressing.
Honest Intelligent Work at Honest Prices.
NO BAITS OFFERED
Search your wardrobe and phone us early.
WE WILL BE BUSY
Do not be deceived by the BIG NOISE. Hot
does not clean clothes.
WE CALL AND DELIVER.
QUALITY PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department.
T'HESE two telegrams, one from
the far East, the other from the
far West, are typical of the many
telegrams which are being received
from every section of the country
asking for immediate shipment
of Buick cars and for an increase
in dealers allotments.
Bulek Motor Co Flint Hloh
fork 1 rob 2tth 121
o are aondlat eoaploW lltt of erdora for oMpaant to ooalora
nt to Sow Tork oororiag TS6 antoaotaUoo. Of thon oroora US
ara oiroot shiiaMata to ooalora and 111 are abeolutoly reqidrea'
In Sow Tork to toko oara of oroora In oar fll.i, Mlrary of
Moh la alnooy proaainc va. Fleaae oan't ot tho looa that
thoao 111 oara for low Tork will add to our atoek hare, to will
hat ahortago of oar on all aodela olthU tho saxt throo woks.
Our Maroh roqulroMM wlU toko all tho oara that o ara aroartni '
froa you now and wipe out our varohouee eteok aa wall. Too
till oos u tl aod.ll on our r abruary oohodulo for dlroot ahtpaont
to Wo Tork. Thoio ara required to toko oara of ord.ro In
addition to Maroh aohodulo. So ostlsato our rinli arnil i for
April will ba upward of 1000 oara. . ,
They prove in a most conclusive
manner the demand for Buick cars
a demand which is particularly
gratifying now when motorcar
values are being scrutinized as
never before and when final sales
are consummated upon the basis
of greater relative values and
Active buying, too, is
stimulated by a reali
zation of the periodical
shortage of Buick cart
and the desire to in
sure Spring deliveries
by the im mediate plac
ing of orders '
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r Tork bnnah
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fir Buick in iht Atlantic Ciast.
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. This picture of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A. Edison was taken at
the funaral of John Burroughs, America'! (real naturalist,, Edison
Rod Surrouftu were cltiee trieads. .v. . .
Oregon Motor Garage, Inc.
Phone 468 - 119. 121 W. Court
WHEN BLTlTl't AlJJOMOBlLtS
ARE CUILTT BUICK WILL BUILD THEM