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DAILY EAST OEEGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, MAY 25, 1021.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
J. C. Tcnncy Co.. A Nation-Wide Inptitutfon"
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Pricci and Associated Press Reports
Cattle Ki'inairi liw trim - ioi-.winl h boat and auto, lint
Willi lli(t mill Min'p steady Mute was a u I demand and foimcr
There were no carload rercipts of purrs wrrr wrll mainlnliiKI.
livestock at Nwlli Portland fur the; Crucial hog uiaicl range-
Tuesday trade, but a small supply Prime liclti . .
mine forward liy toal and hv uuuis. Smooih hci.vy, ;
'Hlo were slcady at the further re-' pounds ....
duclion, hoKs and sheep were steady. ; Smooth heavy,
Ml to Sill)
in thi! attic alleys the market
Miowod mi further price chanr Tues
day iiioriiiut: fi'llnwnv two tin lilies cl
I'.'ic each Monday. Ktreinc top in
lite steer division is now at $T..iH anil
it l:ilii' real toiis In I. nils that.
ilniniil rattle market ramie:
( 'Inner hirers , ... $ 7.-1
Mr liuin In Kood sleets . ,
l-'slr tit mind steers
Common In fair steers . .
Choiee rows and heifrrs
Mrilluin tn f- ! cows and
Pair tn ini-iliiim cows and
Common cows, heifers . .
"a li tiers
Chi'lee dairy ralves
Prime lifflit calves
Med. IlKht dairy calvrs . .
lines hrld strady at t
North Portland during
SCO a nd
4. tm 'n
for lumhs is now
I . In th North Portland allays, nl
7. SO 1 though this was considered Ihe top
-a: lato .Monday afternoon.
fi r of a carload Monday at $7.00 was III
4.00 vmlly a premium for innility stock.
general sheep and la in lis ranne:
I-Ycih r pis . .
2. Tin if
5.0(1 y 6.00
.7r. top at
l'riin lanil's . .
Fair In good lambs
I.lnht yearlings . . ,
Heavy yearlings ..
I asht wethers ....
; Heavy wethers . . .
Morning sale. Nothing but small lots
ViiIik-m .Made on Market
NEW YtiltK. .May 25 (A. 1'.)
lit-adjustment of quoted valurs in run
f'rnrtv with suspended or reduced
THE OLD HOMETOWN
lividrnds made further luiisress in tin
.'InrK lu.irKel est-'l'daV.
AniotiK the shares which ycMrrda
rntered the list of non-dh idend pay
ers were Central U-athrr preferred
and Krmlmtton TyiK'Wtltrr first and
Other de rloplnrnt.s, such as furthc,
price cnltini; In steels and Iron, a new
low quotation for lllHMly bonds an'
ttffrr tnonry ratrs wrre amon tin
fin tors w hich cstralii.-d all bullish In
Pool endeavored to enlist public In
trrrst by their support of some of the
oils, lobarros. chemicals and other
The one sale specialties. These efforts were aband
oned when pressure became loo iten
eral. Central leather preferred made an
extreme decline of S 1-2 points, the
common losins 4 ItrtnlnKlon
Typewriter lost 7 1-4 unit Paldwln
Iiicomotive. aiarvestcr. Urthlrhrm
I-ackawanna and Crucible steels.
Pierce Arrow, American Woolen, Roy
al Hutch, California Petroleum, and
several minor rails and specialties were
Impaired by two to six points. In a
vast majority of cases, final quotations
were within fractions nf the day s low.
i-airs amounted to S'lO.oOil shares.
The money market revers-d its us
ual course, opening easy but rlsin
to seven per cent for call loans Wfore
iniil-day. This was attributed to heavy
withdrawals by the federal reserve
lank necessitating calling of loans.
Foreign exchange was heavy at the
outset, but strengthened on news of
the Silesia n truce.
Liberty .1 l-2s exceeded all previous
mediums at S7.70 t.nd others of thai
group were irregular. Sonic foreign
Issues were strengthened by the prob
able success of the new French offer
ing, but the frcnrral tone of the hond
list was uncertain. Total stiles, par
r."iuii 6 .no
4.50 'a 5.00
5.. in :!
s. t; v
0ORW THE CHAMBER. OF COMMERCE JW?
PA P. ADC "TODAY BULKY BOOSS
SUSPENDER. BUTTONS LET GO
ONE BY ONE
The Measure of True Worth
TIiom- Men ins rnaiikini bfst, arc tlms- wli are
coniix-llr l to do so by the forrv of klcalism. the
decile to win by merit rather than through ilwp-
The man who Is a master in iiiiltistry sn-s oil rter
growing fiekl fur reiHlfin scrvii-p. and tliroiiuh
this vision tlio rxhibilion. to lie held this week at
Happy Canjoii, is being urcatul.
I'.i'waj-il the efforts of tlirx- nicn lianls and manu
facturers ;jr jour preT.t' at this exhibition.
Pendleton. Oregon. ,
'Strongest Sank in Gastern Oregon'
GET READY FOR THE
GOOD OLD SUMMER
Preserve your Health
Protect Your Family.
s? buy them an
This refrigerator is wamlrss. pfirrelain lined, used In over a
million and a half homes in America. The materials used in the
Alai-kan ar seven walls of insulation, overhead circulation ys
tem, cork filled and equipped with removable, rust proof wire
No. 620, Ice capacity 35 pounds , $24.75
No. 621, ice capacity 45 pounds $30.00
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
Vuur Okt IXirnlture Taken to Kxeiialqre as Pari Payment on New
Kiu-JuiJie AsctiU Ui I'lMHllctoti for Aerolux (No Whip) Torch
NelVrs Hard to llnd
An Wlwal ticH-s I" p.
CHlCAdO. May 25. (A. P. Cro
failure news from Nebraska sent the
wheat market soaring yesterday al
though, earlier a decided breuk in val
ues had taken place. The close was
flurried, 5 3-4 to 7 net higher, with I
.May 1.75 1-2 to 1.73 S- and July 13
1-4 to 3-4. Corn gained 2 1-4 to 3 and
oats 2 5-8 to 3 1-4. In provisions tin
outcome varied from unchanged to
Reports that the Nebraska wheat
crop is showing the same morbid dis
coloration that has of late been char
acteristic in Kasas brought about a
wave if buying after mid flay ani
made sellers hard to find. The central
and eastern parts of Nebraska wen
said to be especially affected and to
be making no Improvement where
there had been favorable weather
Heat and drought which prevailed
elsewhere over the greater part of the
wheat jelt counted further as an in
centive toward higher prices at the
The Hay delivery fluctuated over
an unusually wide range, a maximum
of 13 1-2, but business In that month
was relatively small. Scattered shorts
bid up May. although cash wheat wiu
couimatuling only about a delivery ba
sis for most griules.
Corn and oats ascended with wheal
Trade In corn showed much more ac
tivity than has been t.ho rule.
In provisions the effect of lower
quotations on hogs hjih more than
counter balanced at the last by tlir
IVdrrnl llesorte Hanks
llae Not ITofitrcrcd. Claim,
OKLAHOMA CITY. Oklahoma.,
May 25. (A. P.) 'The charge of
profiteering brought against the fed
eral reserve banks is born of ignor
ance and conceived In mistrust." de
clared W. P. G. Harding, governor of
the federal reserve board, today before
the convention of the Oklahoma bank
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pU-i pee a se J rJo.1
Rooming Down The Canyon
' The Amciican Forestry Association has Klvcn the I'niled Tress for
Forest Pro! n tion Week use In the schools the following; fire poem by
The ranger sat In his cabin door,
With eyes Unit we'e swollen and lungs that were sore.
While under his breath he bitterly swore.
For she was booming down the canyon.
The tourists who left two days before
Will never visit their camp site more.
Nor gaze on the scenes they used to adore,
For she's booming down the canyon.
A few little sparks by a tree, quite dead
Just a few live coals that were "out" they said
Now look at her going, roaring and red
A-boomiiK down the canyon.
Forty good men, husky and strong.
Worked like demons all the day long:
Hut she crowned and went over again slio has gone,
A-booming down the canyon.
How long it may burn or where it may go.
Are a couple of things that no one can know;
Hut it won't be out till, we get lots of snow.
For she's booming1 down the canyon.
Hundreds of cars to grow those trees;
Those same live coals and a little breeze.
Then waste and desolation are all one sees .
As she goes booming down Iho cunyon.
The ranger sat 111 his cabin door
With eyes hat were bloodshot and lungs that were Bore,
And at sememe's gross carelessness bitterly swore.
For sho was booming down tlin canyon.
The association urges that the verses be read in every school In connection
wilh Forest Protection Week programs nnd that every school using the poem
write the association at Washington details of the school programs and the
pupils who had part in them.
tins Prices P,rtlurcd
111 lcs Moines Co.
IjKS M (JINKS. Ia.. May 25. (A. P.)
The l)es Moines (las company today
announced a reduction of fifteen cents
a thousand in the price of gas. The
reduction, it is explained, Is due to a
decrease in the cost of producing the
conimodit. The new price Is 11.35.
OF PAINTING, CARE,
WILL BE TAUGHT
Nl'JW YOltK, May 2J. ( V. P.)
When tin? 1'niversite of Pennsylvania
opens next autumn, a new course In
the science of painting and the care,
preservation and restoration of paint
ings will be Inaugurated.
This course, the first of Its kind In
the world, was made possible through
an endowment by a prominent con
noisseur, whose panic was not made
0'iblic, The new chair 'will be occu
pied by Caret F. U de. Wild of this
city, a native of Holland, who has
.icted as collector and curator of many
famous collections, among llieni the
Widencr, Morgan and Prick collec
tions. Tho course, if was announced. Is de
signed to select and equip specialists
and to give to those who desire to be
cotno art museum curators a thorough
knowledge of Ihe urt.
ABOUT THIS TIME 0' YEAR.
New Sport Coals $7.90, $8.90, $9.90
Very attractive indeed arc these new coats
just received, hirrli grade materials honestly
made in the newest fashions. Belted styles,
plain and pleated backs, shawl collars, colors
are black, navy, brown, green and white.
More Mignonetle Blouses at $2.98
Such an economical price on waists so ser
viceable and good looking keeps our buyers
busy sending them in and customers carrying
them out. Colors are pink, navy copen, grey,
neptune and honey dew, each $2.98
For warm weather apparel, 30 inches wide
in the wanted shades, yard 29c
"Snappy" Hiekory Elastic
Shipped direct from the makers insures 1
fresh, new stock full of life and service, black
or white, yard 1-4 inch 6c, 3-8 inch 7c; 1-2 inch
8c; 5-8 inch 10c; 3-4 inch 12c; 7-8 inch 13c; 1
inch 15c; 1 1-4 inch 17c.
Genuine Leather Boston Bags $2.98
Fine for shopping or a general utility bag,
two handles sewn on, buckle and strap fasten
ing, embossed grain split cowhide, soft and
pliable, brown or black, each $2.98
Brown Oxfords for Misses' and
Growing Girls $3.25, $3.98
Another shipment of those good looking ox
fords of dark brown kid, sturdy sewed soles,
medium toe, low heel, sizes 12 to 2, C and D
widths $3.25; 2 1-2 to 7, B and C widths, the
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J. C. Penney Co., A Nation-Wide Institution"
In re. tho appeal of Pendleton
housewives for cheaper m-t from
contented cows, we state that from
our observation, an honest butcher
will trim his meats but not his cimlu.
If you tell a girl she Is prrlly ntw
u-ilnys she wants to take, tho next
train for Iis Angeles.
L 'ffly J TESTS VU. SHOW . j
WHO MAS STUDED J
Itrite and I are
Arthur Momeler and Miss Mercury
have been doing the shlmnile In Pen
dleton of late and some 'warm days are
expeetcd. It Isn't the humidity the
Offiscat Is dreading, it's tho Izssit-hot-lenuf-fcr-yoit
The Versatile .Mr. Imlinmc
Mr. Huh, une was formerly Miss
Hazel Calner of Wrsl Daly direct.
Untio (Mont.) Dally Post.
. What h;is become of the old-fash
ioned husband who used to help his
wife with the dishes?
Some of the Pendleton ladles will go
to Hrrmlslon to present Ihrlr play,
"The Futurists." We fori called upon
to warn them Hgalnst Ihe slage-door
Johnnies who usually infest one-night
After looking at the photos display- ,
ed by our local photographers It seems
to us that this would be a happy world
If people would always wear the snillra
they assume when they have their pic
Comes now Fredrick ilex, city si i
tlsllclau for Chicago, who asserts Hint
the short skills the kt arc weurlnj
have reduced the number of accident
to persons boarding and .allghtln
from street cars and r. r. trains. Pred
forgot to mention another convenient
feature; they nre so helpful In getting
We like loltsa poopln hut anions
thoso for whom wo never deeply care,
The fella, who reads moving plcttiro
titles nut loud.
The golfer who refuses to keep a
score nnd who always guesses his to
tal five strokes under yours.
Tho fella who reads moving plctura
titles out loud.
Thn mini who Insists iih ii telllnf
yntt about tho time ho was In' Wiscon
sin when you want to tell hlni about
the summer you spent In MiehlRnn.
The fella who reads moving- picture
titles out loud.
The restaurant man 'who still (frts
01) cents for tho hum and.
The fella (Proceed n before.)
A dollar Invested In an uutoinobilo Is Invested In miles of
travel rather than In u piece of personal properly.
Tho service rendered by the dealer after tho sulo. and lili
constant Interest In you and your car nicuHiiro the miles of your
satisfaction. We make, every effort to see that you ret tit full
mlleatfo out of every dollar spent bore. ,
Every Speedometer is a Cash Register
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