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DAILY EAST OREGON1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON,
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SATURDAY EVENINO, MAY 21, 1021.
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Price and Associated Press Reports
I I'rrHnil.m of nliii
K III I ndr l
vi. Vulfk' M:i ''I. 'A. 1V
tiepteHnt ion of quoted Milium In t h"'
!...k market nmi- further wil.si n
I pri.te mi.i.v. The same
.1lp-.,iif'MKir.K factor, which served n
rc.itiilini.it influence in the preceding
Any. itt the wwK were operative
k hi. hi chief among these 'if the
continued tightness of mnni-y rales
nn.l additional ,1U l.t.n.1 suspension.
In the latter rls.su were Included
Chesapeake and Ohio railway ami Am
trbsn I ln"c.l common. The Chcsa
penke and ihm stock made an extreme
0 f line nf S point" on heavy offering.
Aln..ig observers of transportation
fondiliims, tho iicti.m of the Chesa
peake directors was regarded as lngi
c.il. having been foreshadowed ly yes
tetdav's deferment of the Hocking
Vi.llev rntlwsv dividend.
I Rail iik a group lost J to 3 point a, Hulls llavp .dniituue
I wiih more severe lows In obscure la- Hi hint Market
j . and steel. Kuulpmonts. motors CHlC.Vio, May SI. (A. 1M -Sonr-
nn.I utilities were lower by 1 to '"K prices lor wncui rwniit n
points. Sales C.o.mii) shares. i from bullish crop conditions, west an.l
.southwest. The market closei strong.
x. to TVc net higher, with May
Itrokcr reported more than the us
ual ileimiml for call money, all of
which was plaecl al 7 per cent on
the exchange, but In the open market
this quotation was shaded to , per
cent, ljons time loans and merchant's
PapT held at ! to
for nrinie collateral.
1-ondon, Purls and other Important
centers eased slightly.
J inior bonds of the various railroads
suffered a miihnck with Chesapeake
and Ohio convertible 5's and tractions
also Inst ground. Liberty Issues closed
at nominal ains. but most of the
for. -inn war flotations sh.wed further
imnnlarlty Total sales, par value.
NextThursday &Next Friday
MAY TIIF 2;h and M Y THE 2Tth
$1.58 , to !.:. unil July 1.2S '
l.S!d. Com finished unchanxed lo
3-Sc lower, onts trained 1-S to r.-Sc and
provisions lost 2ViC to r.c.
From the outset the bulls had the
per cent. aav, n,Vuntase. II appealed to be tenerab
l-?schan(te on i,. artmnted that the 'Wlnler crop hud
suffered material injury, the southwest
s particular losimc ground. Keports
ilsn were current that unless plentiful
moisture came soon Ih Kansas heavy
losses would occur in sections which
at present look promising, nuns
oi ule much of gossii) that Kussla had
been buying- wheat at Liverpool uii.l
was In the market for more, inas
much ns under normal conditions
ireat I'.ritnin would be obtaining sup
plies from Russia instead of shlpplnu
lo that country, the Inference was that
ontinued export demand for I'nited
States wheat would remain an Import-
irt factor. With such an outlook tne
market develoHd strength to the last,
closing- at practically the topmost level
of the day.
predictions "lat r"rn rwoil1,s lu,r
would show a. decided increase next
week, tended to weaken the com mar
ket. On the other band, reports indi
cated that the condition of oats is be
low the average lor this time of the
In the provision market the effect
of higher ipiotatious,' on bogs was
counter-balanced by weakness of corn.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
ptpA , HOiaJ CAKt THt? BiR'OS SINKS if tmcy
Ton'T Ss'Vf Some woruS mt it too, Papa 1
Pa & a THeY isJuar tuWtTCihJG. ir
CAN . THY
Will ho urn hie 'toy ttvr the nureliaius ami man"
fad!! of lVnilbton. for then In lailiday Btllrei,
they II show Ih- "Very Ilst in Happy Canyon.
To jnVs that event will la? to nil-- a rare treat.
Ada. ooa CT ioaaea
The AmericanNational Bank
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon'
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
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
GET READY FOR THE
GOOD OLD SUMMER
Preserve your Health
Protect Your Family,
buy them an
This refripcratnr, is fcamlewi. porcelain lined, used In over a
million and a half homen In America. The materials, used in the
Alaskan are aeven walla of insulation, overhead circulation Bys
tem, cork filled and equipped with removable, ruat proof wire
No. 620, ice capacity 35 pounds $ 24.75
No. 621, ice capacity 45 pound 3
No. 622, ice capacity 60 pounds 36-00
No. 623, ice capacity, 100 pounds $41.75
Other styles moderately priced.
ATTEND THE MERCHANTS' AND MANU
FACTURERS' CARNIVAL, MAY 26 AND 27
Cruikshank & Hampton
124-28 E. Webb Pnn 548
Your Old Furniture Taken to fcichamce Fart Payment on Xew
rAdule Atftit" Ut "tiKllrtm for Aerolu (Xo Whip) Porch
C5 0 lj n lA j I
I . CAN THSY JcjWiST-
-r.-, , YOute PAPA TO "-i - " '
1 TO ThC WRTUARy
COLUMN S..0'. HL
INTCRCST INOU !
I ncmploymcnt show
llivmiv Sims" March.
WASH1X0TON". May SI. (A. P.)
rnemployment figure,, compiled by
Sreretarv Prank Morrison of the Am
erienn Federation of Ibor, show
that today in :iil cities there are I.
3lT. mil persons, both union and non
union, out of employment as coniSur
.i with l S'H JJi the last of March. A
statement embodying the reports by
cities was made public last niKht.
Figures for CbicaKo have not been
tabulated, but greater New York and
vicinity, accorditiB to the report, has
i OA in ..I uneni nloved. or the same
...m,lier as on the last of March.
Cieveiand has 123. OuO auainst 1"8,S17
the last of March. Host on 4".
against 3.1. 000 in March; Milwaukee
3 4 r.nil against 4'i,uii(i; St. Louis nP.O'i"
usainst 3T.:."0; Pittsburir, 60,000
nuainst 2',0ii: Indianapolis .i,i"-'
agaiint Jn.Duil ; Cincinnati 2n,"tii'
ugainst 3r,.oiii1 and Los Angeles IS."""
against a similar number in .Marcn.
nther cities included in tne report
TVere St. Joseph Mo.. 4:."0 auainst
(ijiiii; Salt IJike City and vicinity 3000
against 37:.: Portland, Or., r.onft
against l(i.0"0. Taconia. AVash., 6500
against 6i'i'l; Salem. Or., I.."') against
27'i; Albuoiieniue, N. M., 10U0
against 10"0; Spokane, Wash., 23uO
against 20'ul in vicinity and .".r.Oii in
the cily, Hutle. Mont., lo.niio against
l,. l r1 i i
J. C Tcnney Co.. A Nation-Wide Institution
The easim; of monetary tension as dis
closed by the reduction of discount
rates ut several leading centers marks
a constructive development and a
modification of the depression in for
eign exchange rales is also helpful.
Weekly bank clearings JO 4SU,r.:i6.-
Condition of P.uinoss
Shows Stability Approaching.
XKW YORK, May 21. (A. P.)
Dun's report says:
With no general departure from tne
nnlirv of restricted buying, a full re
flection of the factors making fur bet
ter husiness is still lacking. lonti
dence in the future does not lead to
vieorouu action, most interests await
ing an extension of the industrial re
adjustments and a further lessening ol
nriee uncertainties. The movement
toward more settled markets is well
defined in some channels where more
than a year of deflation has brough
relatively low prices, but stability is
yet to be attained in various quarters
and important commitments are be
ing deferred wherever possible. .De
spite the various unsatisfactory fea
tures, however, there Is more basis for
encouragement in the general outlook.
Ituylni! More Wool at
Priix- Fairly Steady.
ROSTOV Slav 21. (A. P.)-
l-nmmerrinl bulletin todav aaVS
The demand for wool has been with
in restricted compass during the past
week, but sufficient business nas oeen
done to keep prices fairly steady,
manufacturers taking wool with mod
eration, having fair stocks on hand.
Operations are becoming more gen
eral in the west, buying to a moder
ate extent having been done In Texas
this week at 16 to 2u cents.
The government has cut the offer
lie of low wools to be sold May 2 1 In
half, the offering now being three
Oregon Eastern No. 1 staple 801?
85; Eastern clothing 63fi6S; Valley.
No. I, 6.111 70.
Territory Fine staple, choice SS
tiiiii; halt' blood combing 707r: 3-8
blood combing fiJIi Sii; quarter-blood
combing 4 2 ( 4 5; fine and fine me
dium clothing 63fi68.
Mohair Best combing 271? 30; best
carding 22 1i 25.
We hear that Philo Hounds, Hcrt
Jerard and J. A. Murray have arranged
for three weddings at the Merrhaiits
and Manufacturers carnival. The gen
tlemen are maintaining a dignified ail.
once regarding the identity of the
lucky men and the offiscat Is wonder
ing If the boys have decided to win
those prises themselves.
A Single Woman's Oography
Cape of Oood Hope Sixteen.
Cape Flattery Twenty.
Cape Iokont Twenty-five. s. e.
Cape Fear Thirty.
Cape Farewell Forty.
We heard a golfer yelling "Fore"
the other day and are wondering If
he might not have gotten better re
sults (esK?cially nmong the lady play
ers) had he said Three ninety eight."
The Offiscat, after pondering on the
above, thinks with Uoofey that the
word is Ill-chosen especially when the
warning "Fore" Is given to keep from
hitting someone behind. May we hear
from our readers?
There is a young ludy from Nolin
To reduce, she started in rollin'
So thin she has grown
She is nothing but bone
So has given up rollin' for strollln'.
Pay Day and Underbill Union Made Overallls,
heavy blue denim, bib or waist style, the
Four U extra 'quality denim, no better Over
all at any price, pair J1-3?
Shanhouse Motor Suits, extra heavy khaki,
liberal size, all pockets reinforced, suit $2.98
Medium weight motor suits 51.Jp
Good quality blue chambray work shirts o9c
Pay Day Chambray Shirts, blue or gray,
i each , ;,69c
Genuine Amoskeag Chambray, gray or blue,
fast colors, each
Good quality rib knit union suits, short sleeves
ankle length, suit c
Men's athletic union suits, cross bar muslin,
elastic waist band, Sealpax and other well
known brands, suit 98c $1.23
leather Faced Canvas Gloves, gauntlet or
wrist style, pair 23c
Canvas Gloves-4 i0ciXS
Men's Harvest Shoes $2.49, $2.98
Boys' Outing Shoes. . $1.98, $2.25, $2.39, $2.69
Men's Heavy Work Sox, pair 15c
Men's Work Sox, black or brown 10c
Fainter Overalls or Jumpers, each 98c
Carpenters Heavy Overalls, pair $1.49
Boys' Blouses, assorted percales, blue cham
bray or khaki, each 79c
Boys''Shirts just received, each 89c
Children's Heavy Denim Play Suits 89c
, C. i'enney Co., A JNation-Wide Institution
THE AUNE-WIIEELEU STUDIO
lias made special arrangements to welcome graduates for
THEIR PICTURE OF PICTURES
Fottcd plants and flowers on hand for use in this studio and for
accommodation of graduates.
THE SOUVENIR OF SCHOOL DAYS
Fporlat Invitation extended for group pictures.
' rhone us at 5M 258 15. A Ma I'cndlcton
Ran!: Ilnllctln Shows
IKillar's New Buying PnM'er
SAN FftAXCISCO. May 21. (A. T'.l
The U'T.r.n. that it tpok to buy 100
pounds of sugar luM June will not only
oroenre that much sugar today but 50
pounds nf flour, 2.i pounds each ol
leans and prunes, 13 pounds of new
potatoes. 10 pounds of rice and gener-
tiilou of 1 nther food staples
as well as 10 bars of soap, a federal re
serve bank bulletin said. The showing
holds good for the 12th federal reserve
The sugar prire Is now $7.!h).
1 V I
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Mile. Mitty, Parletan da
' wouldn't take a medal for modi
1 but how else could h show
' w-jriJ that the ha lb moi
' ftai to Putt
To (Vmfcr n
The Southern Pacific Company,
through General Manager J. H. Dyer,
has served notice on employes In train,
engine and telegraph services, of a
proposed reduction in wages of 20 per
cent and for employes in yard service
approximating 15 per cent. Represen
tatives of these employes are being re.
uiiested to Join in conference June' 4
in consider the Company's proposals,
COPVftiGHT 1991, BV COGAff ALLAN MOSS.
TRADE MARK RCQISTCRCO U. S. RAT. OFF,
ft B LJ I G Kit
1 M"" A1 . rf
My poor old dog has got the fleas, he"
got the jerks and palsied knees, he's
got tho mange and got the sneeze;
but still he's mine,
lie's stiff as any baseball bat, he takes
no interest In a cat. he doesn't know
where he is at, the greater time.
Hut nt ill 1 spread his honor round. !
praise his virtures through the
town. I save him from tho cruel
pound, because he's mine.
I lie about by isiinter rare, r lie about
Iva glossy hair, I name his honor
everywhere, because he's mine.
My dog Is shabby and run down, he's
never licked a dog in town, I am
ashamed to trot him round, and yet
He hasn't got the pep to roam abroad
In search of juicy bone, he loafs
away his time at home because he's
And every day he gels three feeds, I
cater to his earthly needs. It Is a
carefree llfo he leads, because he'ij
The Hnd of going Kuici in
nunttrtd may hi diductii
from this picture tij a rear
wheel of the Hunk at oat
stage of the trip.
The Shasta Limited is the fastest
train traveling; over the 751 miles
of magnificent track between San
Francisco and Portland.
But Buick clipped 44 minutes ofT
the best time ever made by this train.
A stock 1921 Buick Coupe on Jan
uary 7th and 8th performed this
remarkable feat. Conquering
frozen roads and mud holes, wind
ing mountain roads and rocky
canyons, Buick once again demon
strated its characteristic inbuilt
power, endurance and reliability.
The time of 29 hours. 16 minutes
has never been equalled in a trip
on land between these two Paciiic
Oregon Motor Garage, Inc.
Phone 468 119. 121 W. Court
WHEN M1TIA "jrOV.OKILLS Alll BUILT, BUICK. WILL BUILD TIIEM