East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, May 12, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Page PAGE TEN, Image 10

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DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 12, 1021..
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET (NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Pricet and Associated Press Report! '
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lTkT"! I'imImiikiiI
(In l"wrtlnd Mnl Ui l j
Fifteen londs of hvt-HlcM k were re-
urtit In Iho North Portland iilli'VH nt I
the olienliiir of I lie Weduexd.iy T 1 j
and nil m nek ;m available f..r the
open maiket. Moiilaim caille fe.nuied
the trade. No iricr thanni'i imliratial.
There vai a Rood bunch of Mon
tana rnltle offered hy commission men
nt North I'nrilanri Wednesday. Trade
rendition were Ht mly w ith ii loon nn-t-hnnited
for tho day.
lii nvial cattle market ranu-iv
Oiolce BteciH $ v''01i S.7.",
Medium to pood uterrs .. 7.7.W
Fair to Rood sUcra T.nosi
''ornmon to fnlr steers . . fi.OO'ir
Choice cows, heifcru .... t.JtMi
Medium to good i s and
S.50
;.oo
hfifem S.tiOsi
Fair to medium cows and
6.50
heite
6 00
COMMUNITY LIFE
YUilk' tin- bank of Venice "as orvunlntl and doing
hie.;tH's hwg before the Itunk of Amsterdam, the
latter, wlileli Martini in loot. n I lie first orgiuii't.
Him bi h nils more like tlie Imil'xs of today, ami
the i-iniHikahle fixture to that this bank, vliile re
orsan .el. ix still a go'ng coikxtii in AmterdBin,
Th iiihiiiHuv f sm li a liank on fostering trade-and
hnnniiis immunity I.lfe Is dlffleult to conjecture,
but must lune betlt Inniclidoos.
Vour .KT-otint Is invited.
The American National Bank
Pendleton. Oregon.
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon'
5 tatS
M.u!aa!a7iritiraiirinritiri7i
Golden West
On Hot Cakes
The most discriminating taste is sat
isfied with the delightful, wholesome
flavor which Golden West gives to the
breakfast plate of hot cakes.
Remember that your grocer will
give you Golden West Butter if you say
the name.
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'CBEAMEIUr
The Whole&ome Butter
luiaTM!aai!a!ula:uiuiaaZirutitu.aiUiaii'Ua.u
Special:j Sale On
Wilton Rugs
Regular city selling price $35.00,
Our sale price $67.50
Regular city selling priced rug
125.00; our price $77.50
Rugs that sell in the city for $150;
Our price $87.50
All rugs 9x12, no discout for cash as
these sale prices are for cash only.
Cruikshank & Hampton
"Quality Count"
124-28 E. Webb Phone 548
your Old IXirniture Taken in Exchange Part Payment on New
Kacliishe Agents in lctidIeton for Aeroliu (No M'hip) 1'orcb
hliades.
Chiiiii.iii cows, heifer
emmets
Phulco feeders
Fair t Rood feeder . .
Hulls
4.50 f
3.00 M
.25W
3 60M
5.50
4.50
6.75
6.25
6.50
Choice dall y rah on
t'lime lisht dairy calves
Med. ll(!ht dairy ralves. .
Heay I'lilvcs
lo.nfl'u io.r.0
ro -ii ni.oo
8.501(1 !.50
3.00 nt 6.50
gnlte a fair supply of Iiork reached
the North Portland alleys Wednesday,
considering the almost general lack of
offerings of late. Trade conditions
were steady around former prices.
liem-ral 1ik market range:
Kxtretne price $ 10.00
l'lime liKht , . 9.25 W 9.75
Smooth heavy, 250 to 300
pounds 7.50W 8.50
Smooth heavy, 300 and
up 6.50W 7.50
Uomrh heavy S.oOJr 7.50
Feed.-r pit's 9.00 Hi 9.75
' Feeder g 8.50 iff 9.C0
Stairs 4.00 Of 7.60
I Jimt a down head appeared In th
heep nlleyt nt North rortlnutl Wed-
nesday. These consisted of lambs and
sold at the extreme price listed, (ien
ral mutton trade considered steady,
liencral sheep anil lambs ratine:
Trime. limbs
5Hi
Fair to Rood lambs
Cull lambs
Feeder lambs
l.iv'ht yearling . , .
Heavy yearling . .
light wethers
Heavy wethers . . .
Kwes
5.00 '.i
5.00 itn
S.OtMf
5.00 H
4.50 f.i
4.50 t
3.50 St'
1.00 41'
7.50
6.00
5.00
6.00
5.00
5.00
4.50
4.2.'.
Itenrish ,Sontiinciit
Strong on Stock Market '
NEW YORK, May 12. (A. 1
'.)
Announcement of Uermany'it accept
ance of the reparations terms failed
to stimulate the stock market yester
day, prices of the more Important Is
sues manifesting reactionary tenden
cies. Steels and affiliated shares were es
pecially heavy, falling one to five
points on extensive offerinKS. These
emanated largely from professional in
terests which argued that home Indus
tries soon .would have to contend with
German competition.
Other factors also entered Into the
Incessant liquidation of steels and
kindred Issues. These were curtailed
production due to continued lack of
demand and prospects of additional
dividend reductions and suspensions.
Similar consideration were operative
in the Irregular reversals registered Jiy
motors, food and miscellaneous spec
ialties, while rails were under intermit
tent pressure.
Oils were relatively firm, with some
of the tobaccos and metals. I'asstng
of the quarterly dividend on Cerro Dc
Tasco was one of the day's incidents
but coppers were well supported.
Sales 925,000 shares.
The money market repeatel yester
day's movements, call loans holding
at 6J!j until near the close when it ad
vanced to 7 per cent.
Time money and commercial paper
were unchanged on light negotiations.
Dealers reported heavy coverings of
speculative shorts in foreign exchange,
especially Italian ' and Scandinavian
bills.
French, Belgian. Dutch and Spanish
rates reacted variably.
Foreign bonds were strong in con
nection with the German settlement,
but domestic Issues, including liberty
flotations, eased moderately. Total
sales, par value $10,850,000.
Wlieat Advanrra
.Mado on Crop Xcwh
CHICAGO. May 12. (A. p.) In
creased anxiety over crop damage re
ports had a large share in bringing
about a decided advance in wheat.
The market closed strong, zy, to 6 Si
net higher, with May 1.44 to 1.44 4
and July 1.16 to 1.1 6 . Corn gain
ed 5-8 to 7-8, oats iyt to Hie and
provisions 27 to 62e.
Oklahoma, Kansas, Nebraska, Tex
as, Missouri, and Indiana all sent un
favorable news regarding winter
wheat, and there was active general
buying. The consequent upward swing
was much facilitated by statements of
Secretary Wallace favoring a higher
scale of prices-than cfare the -warH
Expectance that tho emergency tariff
bill would be passed by the senate
forthwith was also a strengthening
factor. In addition, country offerings
were small and gossip was current that
the movement from first hands would
decrease in the near future.
Corn and oats were helped upward
by the strength of wheat. Another
bullish influence was knowledge that
the bulk of the 1.2SO.O0O busheln of
corn in jiublic elevators here has been
sold for shipment.
The German acceptance appeared to
enliven demand for provisions and
lard. '
Canadians Rush
Wheat Into V. S. '
Dl'LUTH, Minn., May 12. f A. P.)
Shipments of Canadian wheat are
being rushed into the United States
through Duluth and Ranicr free of
duty by shippers "who anticipate the
signing of the emergency tariff mea
sure by President Harding, accord
ing to the local customs office. The
measure would impose a customs duty
vofneM AR.e soon To
lAfV.K. TOO '. IT IS
vecc. rcc svr it's
SIGHT Or COMPCAfNJlNQl l.et.T AtdOUT
XOUR eesi1.'. SST THAT POTATO
40 RING T tV2K H6R.S TO HCSjJC
of 33 cents a bushel on Imported
wheat.
Approximately SI 6,000 bushels of
the grain have been shipped through
this district during the last month.
Ordinarily shipments vary from 500,
000 to 3,000.000 bushels a season.
Since September 1, 19',86322'bUsHeIS'
have been shipped in.
I
Compulsory rooting .. .. I
Issue In Amalgamation
SI'ORA-NK, Muy-1?.-(A. P.) The;
Washington and North Idaho Wheat
Growers' Association In convention
here yesterday voted to unite with the
I'nited Slates Grain Growers' Inc.,
providing that the national body ac
cept for membership In Washington
und North Idaho only members of the
two associations who are signed ,up
on the 100 per cent pooling plan.
The Northwestern contract, which Is
retained in the agreement, will pre
vail until January 1, 1924, unless the
directors agree to allow the national
contract to be used In sections "where
the present contract Is not used.
Thee representatives of the I'nited
State?TGrain Growers, conferring with
members of the association here
brought . about the affiliation. This
committee left lust night for hearings
at The Dalles, Boise and l'ocatcllo
where efforts will be made to bring all
northwestern grain growing associa
tions Into the national organiation.
OFFICE CAT
BY JUNIUS
COPv.iCHT 19?1, BV COCAR ALLAN MOSS.
TRAOC MARK REGISTERED U. 8. PAT. OFF.
Julck Watson, the Kxtraetors
Dr. J. C. Jones, dental expert who
visited Pendleton recently, says that
while we are forced to be content with
CUT THE BONDS.
Go tbAcvc itfro Thc
TO WUCH
about timc THay
t
1
i
the head, hands, feet and other mem
bers Vouchsafed us, thank Heaven we
can pick our own teeth.
Ouch!
The bug house now holds Mrs. Pratt.
She's nutty, there's no doubt; .
Sneefiiiilged her mind so often that
She wore the blame thing out.
Caruso refuses to sing without wine,
eh? Oh that some of our vocaliier
bftd mo.ee. temperament than temper- j
aece. .
Henry Chllds remarks that bablcB
don't know much but that you never
heard of one calling for father when II
was hungry.
, Signs of Spring
The (. C. notes that the Hot Stove
CJub has adjourned to open air quart
ers on the bench adjacent to the Snow
& Dayton office.
. Why'Is it that the man who wears
kltchyi glasses always parts his hair
in the middle?
1 Anent Jhe Pendleton lady who lost
hep ring In the. bathtub. Jack Dolph
states that he knows Just lots of peo
ple who leave a ring around the tub
every Saturday night. , - ,
We know there must be some teach
ers among the delegates to the P. T. A.
convention for we overheard a lady
Who was looking at a dress In a Main
street store window remark that "it
wouldn't be practical."
The. Story of Ab
Gone from this lifo
. Is Abncr Beck;
He asked his wife
To shave his neck.
Ode to C. .
Vou're brave and bold.
Oh Charley Vinler,
Uke knight of old.
There's courage in yer.
With Spring's first days
A "straw" you're wearing
Chills us Amaze
Alone you're daring.
London Wool
Sold at Firm Prices
.LONDON, Muy 12. (A. P.) There
were 77S6 bales sold at the wool auc
tion sales yesterday. Tho selection
consisted chlofly of medium grades,
which were Quickly taken at firm
prices. Queensland scoured sold at
34id. '
Soap Special '
A big shipment of White Laundry
Soap just received. While it lasts
WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP
20 BARS FOR $1.00 :
"THE TABLE SUPPLY
Phone 187 and 188
U. S. INSPECTED MEATS -CHAS.
D. DESPAIN & CHAS. W. GOODYEAR
. Proprietort
STI LL OKI!
j EiLiLlD L . .' if
i ID
MONARCH MALLEABLE RANGES
The Taylor
Phone 87
hifom hard
Naturally, your boy never worries about hii thocs when he's tkyUrlcinf tround the gar
den, or playinc ball, or doing a hundred and one pranks that are hard on shoe. But yu .
needn't worry if you buy him "l-iltle Pats." These juvenile shoes are built to withstand ,
hard knocks, abusive stuffing and strain of all sorts. Many mothers in nor city bavt
become advocates of "Little Fall," lor these shoes meet every gruel lint
orHard
Use and
Abused
LittlePals
u. y s o
Gar Performance
Makes Car Divideiids1
BUIGK
Oregon Motor Garage
Distributor
BUICK, CADILLAC AND CHEVROLET
Phone 468
739 Main Street
J
I
20
Reduction
an an added
5
for cash on
our entire
line of
Hardware Co.
741 Main St
Jhey'vt mad their way by the voy they're made '
Zfan
(ten
MWCi
Pcnl1m' Leading Store.
JUVENILE
FOOTWEAR
. Think of an automo
bile aa a productive in
stitution not merely an
expense. You buy a car
because it will render
certain valuable ser
vices. It pays dividends
in contentment, recrea
tion, quick transporta
tion. Car performance is
more important' than
model" or name. ' Car
performance depends
upon the' dealer who
sells the car.