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DAILY EAST OfcEGOfclAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, " SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 21,1021.
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WALLACE TELLS WHY
HE REFUSED CHANGE
Investigation Not Complete
Enough to Justify Making
New Provisions This Year
WASHINGTON, !. C, Mny The
flecrctary of Aarricultiire today issued
the following: statement on the pro
posed rhawreii In tho Federal grades
fur irlri(t wneat:
"tm Aim II 2T find IS. Mil, dele
gations from Minnc?iil and other cen
trnl Northwestern Staten met In my
id rice ai.il requested certain changes
In the reoVrnl frradra for aprlnR wheat
1 hiring thin hparinR an eastern dele
gation skl to le heard on grades
fur panicky wheal, hut were request
ed tu defer their presentation until a
later date, and were heard May J 3,
JK-l. at e.hich time delegations from
Missouri '"cnnsylvania and Maryland
In'i were beard on the anme subject.
Genet il hecrlrwta have not been held
nor have Interested parties in other
ctlonn of the country had full oppor
tunity present their view upon the
Too Many for This Mother
Moherlne her pips-a record family-hat so overwhelmed ih.a
sow that she has hod to tlnd foster motheit to help her at dinner time
The sow is owned by JliUcr brother of Ui famous 101 rasca naar A.
Kansat Oty. Kan.
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In Kedert.l wheat (trades which might and hate ai.ne to somo trouble to cm;-
i.riot.ic necessary if the propose ! -nit n.-mj people who favored and op-
" hnouirt ne granted. I have, posed the changes stiKsested, in'. .;.ly
Vnil'Ul'nr I i nnlca.l n ......... ......... ...I. . .........
v" a iimu) ieie- nose i ciinestco. interviews, but c!n-n
i.rans aim letters on the matter from of v,:.)c experience and practical
ouicr Muoru. most of them OK'iress- kiuwle.'pe whose judgement 1 rsked
".,1 sirm.it (position to any changes for. Also, lhave read evidence pre
in tne (went wheat grades .itel t previous hearings nnd have
Main .vitiKMHios ltepor,i nt I. . il Hie Information gmli M'- l with
I le-te led attentively to .ll thn a i-rutt deal of care by the n. part
es s.ii.1 -u tne nesviugs. lime read toert- e- Agriculture thr.vtuh evlen
Just Compare These
Old and New Prices
Note the very substantial reduction which has been made in
FEDERAL TIRES, both FABRIC and CORD, and which in con
junction with the EXTRA SERVICE they give, makes
the BEST and MOST ECONOMICAL BUY FOR YOUR CAR
PLAIN TREAD TRAFFIK TREAD RUGGED TREAD
OLD PIICS NEW rtlCl OLD PRICE NEW PRICE . 010 PRICE NEW PRICE
30x3 : : $15.00 .$11.85 $15.55 $12.85 $19.45 SI6.50
30x3 : . 18.50 I4.5Q 19.50 15,00 - 26.00 20.00
32x3 : : . . . . . : 24.00 .20.25 30.35 25.95
32x4 ?;::::::;! 30.30 26.90 37.90 ,34.40
RIBBED . TREAD NON-SKID TREAQ
010 PRICE NEW PRICE 910 PRICE NEW PRICE
30x3H I:..::;::..::: $34.23 ' $27.50
32x3 : : $39.10 $34.60 41.15 35,40
32x4 : i 49.70 - 44.00 52.30 . 46.30
34x4J .1 1 58.95 52.15 62.05- '54.90
35 ! 1 73.50 65.05 77.35 68.45
TO THE PEOPLE OF UMATILLA COUxNTY :
This section has been infested regularly every season with
peddlers, selling so-called smuggled goods.
If these goods are smuggled, they should be behind the bars ;
if they are not smuggled, they are procuring money through
These men are impostors of the first rank, selling shoddy
and worthless cloth for any price they can get.
They also mislead the public by saying that tailors will make
suits from THESE FINE IMPORTED WOOLENS for $15.00 to
$20.00, which is an utter impossibility during these times.
The Merchant Tailors of Pendleton guarantee the goods
tney sell. What guarantee do you get from the peddler?
Boost your home merchants and manufacturers by buying
It is to your advantage and will mean money in your pocket.
Buy at home.
PACIFfC COAST. MERCHANT TAILORS' ASSOCIATION
AUGUST NOREEN EMIL BECK MODEL TAILOR?
CARL E. FEANSEEN JACOB BRANDL
slve I'lVL'sllnutlumi covering uvmy
I "From the information iralned at
! th hcarimts and othervvlne, and from
the must rouseientlotis study I have
been at'lo to lve this matter diit'lni;
the past three week-;, 1 have uot been
able to find riaonx which JiiNlfy any
chaiiR-o in the present Riades, except
a minor chauae noted hereafter.
Among the reiwins which compel
IIiIh declMiun are tho following:
"1. Frequent change In Kt'ailCM and
standards are hltilily undesirable and
thould he made only after thonniKh
investigation has nhown them tu he
both Justified and needed.
"2. drain Standards Act requires
that notice of chauKcs be Riven not
less thnn ninety days in advance of
their effective date. fhaitKis innilo
to apply to the crop of this year should
become effective not later than Aunust
15 for sPi'Iur wheat and still earlier
for garlicky wheat; and even that
some wheat would have Iickuii to
move and many contracts thereafter
would have been made. Therefore,
chnim-cs effective this year must he
announced Ini mediately.
"3. t have been In office hut a
hort time much too short to itive
this matter the windy its great Im
portance demands, particularly from
the standpoint of the wheat grow
I am not willing to order changes
which I do nut of my own knowledge
feel are fully Justified and will be
helpful to the producer and will pro
mote more satisfactory marketing of
our wheat crop.
Fuels Hard To ict
"I have had no trouble In getting
opinions and advice In this matter of
wheat grades, but I have bad a great '
t'eal of difficulty in getting sound I
acts upon which these opinions are
based. The study 1 have given tho
matter makes it very plain to me that
hasty or Ill-considered action might
result in great injustice tu the wheat
grower, whu is least able tu protect
himself In such a matter, and throw
our wheat marketing sjstem into con
fusion to the Injury of everybody who
grows or handles wheat.
"While 1 make no chances in tho
grades at the present time, Ihe criti
cism of the present grades warrants a
thorough-goiuir investigation, enpec-
ially as to their practical application
it country buying points. 1 shall
make such investigation during the
coming wheat-marketing season, and
if changes are Justified they will be
made well in advance of the market
ing season next year.
eliminate Word T.rlglif
During the hearing it was strongly
urged that the words 'good color' be
ubstituted for the word 'bright' in
the spring wheat grades. It was con
tended that the word 'bright' was used
it times In a technical sense to the
disadvantage of tho wheat grower.
This descriptive tenli 'bright' was used
In the old Minnesota grades, and was
carried over into the Federal grades
when they Were established. Very
few cars of wheat have been graded
down solely because of failure to meet
the requirement 'bright', but since it
Is charged that the term may be used
improperly to grade down wheat at
country buying points I am ordering
that it bo eliminated entirely from the
standards. There seems to bp no good
reason for substituting some other des
criptive term for it. as that would re
quire explanation for a long time be
fore being generally understood, and
might also be used In the same way.'
HANKS OPKX roil 151SIM:n.S.
MEXICO CITY, -May 21. (A. P.)
"en banks of emission - which closed
their .ors several years ago when
resident Carranza. ordered their
funds confiscated, have opened tor
business under tho decree issued Jan
uary Dl last by President Obregon. A
committee of the chamber of deputies
is said to have reported favorably on
the establishment of one central bank
with sole' authority to issue paper
Xew currency bills now being print
ed in New Yorlt will be of 5. 10, 20, DO
and lQO-pesos denomiantions.
The old banks of emission w hich
have taken advantage of President Ob
regon 's decree probably will be nam
ed as branches of the central bank
which Is to be called the Bank
A Car With Personality
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But we ask you to establish these facts for 'yourself. Take just
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305 E. Court St.
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