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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, 0REO0N, THURSDAY EVENING, JUNE 2, 1921.
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
1,1 - 1 1
Including Pendleton Price asd'Aiso'ciated Preu Reports
I ami- HiiiIht,
'aule and Iloftn Heady
(From the Oregon Journal.)
Ten load formed total llvetx-lt nr.
rivals t North Portland fur the Wed
nesday morning trade. Hobs were
about steady, csitle ruled steady, while
lambs were higher.
There were few cattle reported In
the North Portland alleys for the
Wednesday trade and general condi
tions were ronsldered iiteady. Rome
.f the Canadian Mock is still being of
fered here. but not additional supplies
are likely to corae because of the tariff
now In effect.
General cattle market range:
Choice steers $ 7 j0? J'J5
Medium to good steers . . 7.00ft 7.50
Fair to itood steers r..00jf " 00
Choice cows and heifers .0 6.50
Medium to good cows .ind
Kslr to medium cows and
heifers . , ,
Common cows, helfcra
Fair to good feeders . .
Choice dniry calves , . .
Prime light calves . . .
Med. light dairy calves
3.50 t 4.50
Ewe 1.00 4.15
While extreme top hogs were quoted
again ns high as 9.25 Wednesday at
North rortland. prime lights were sold
as low as $S.5 or a decline of 50c
4.50 iiT B.50I,lKht wethers,
sat i r,n i. Heavy wethers
5.15 5 5.75
9. 50 10.00
from ho previous low mark: In view
of (hi cost of bringing- hogs from the
midwest packers are not paylnj
eai Kooa lamos snowea a sicuu , ticncrB, ho miuXct ranBB.
firm tone at North Portland Wednes-, Ptlme lt(,hl j s !0 9,2j
( Smooth het.vy, 200 to 300
day with the extreme top advanced a
quarter to $7.25 durinjr the morning.
While there was quite a fair supply re
ported In the mutton alleys much poor
stuff has been received of late and In
Oncral sheep and Iamls range:
Prime lambs f 7.00 4 7.25
Fair to rood lambs 6 00 Si 7.00
rull lambs 4.50 W 5.00
Feeder lamhs S.0 4.50
Heavy yearlings . . 4.60'i 5.00
Smooth heavy, SCO and
Hough heavy 5.000
! Fat pigs 1 .001
Feeder pigs .., 8.00 W
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Halibut Catches For
May Set New Iteeord.
SEATTLE. Wash.. June !. (A. P.)
May halibut catches off Vancouver
island, off Cape Flatcry, In' Hecate
strait and on the southeastern Alaska
banks, broke all records for the ycAr,
it was announced today by officials
of the fishing- vessel owners' asocl
atlon here. During the month 139
catches were brought Into Seattle. The
largest catch was made by the schoon
er La Puloma, 40,000 pounds, secured
off Goose Island In Hecate strait. Tho
fish sold at 5 to 9 7-8 cents a pound
KiWuuice as rait rayaoent on Jiew
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tYult Growers Etta
Officers For Vcar.
SEATTLK, June. 2. (A. P.) C. 8.
Whitcomb, vice-president of the Cali
fornia Fruit Growers' Exchange, was
elected president of the Pacific Coast
Producers' association, organization
here yesterday at a conference of del
egates representing fruit growers' as
sociations of California, Washington
Arganiiatlon plans contemplate a
representation of Pacific coast ranch
ers, producing 67,000,000 boxes of
fruit annually, it wus announced.
Other officers elected today were:
J. H. Wade, Wenatchee, Wash., vice
president of the association and presi
dent of decidious branch; C. DeVere
Kairchlld, Yakima, Wash., secretary
treasurer; H. F. Davidson, Hood
River, Ore., and C. L. Wise, Suleni,
The California organizations repre
sented will elect similar officers and
bureaus will be established in each
fruit producing section.
L. 1 . T An txnJ
. I i r i n . ww a l -
was the fact that although harvesting
has begun as far north as Oklahoma,
hedging In volume had apparently
still been withheld, whereas expert
buying for deferred shipment was a
tightening Influence on values. Mean
while, brokers who are accustomed to
act for eastern millers led the demand.
and gossip was current that Germany
and Franco were also purcahsing to a
greater or less extent. The session end
ed without any setback In prices ex
cept some profit taking by holders.
Corn and oats devclopcl some
strength with wheat. Smaller receipts
of corn were looked for as well as
larger shipments from here east.
Firmness of hog values helped
Additional Losses Recorded
III Speculative Issues.
NEW YOKK, June 3. (A. P.)
Shares of recognized value were rel
atively steady in the stock market yes.
terday but speculative issues recorded
additional losses. '
Increased depression in esscntlul in
dustries, notably steel and motoiv was
marked by further curtailment of op
erations, lower .price schedules and
more readjustment of dividends.
Food specialties, such as sugar,
were heavy. In the list as a whole.
gains and losses were confusingly
mixed at the irregular close. Sales
Transportation stocks derived little
or no benefit from the cut in wages.
'Traders were expected to hold aloof
from the railroad division pending ac
tion regarding freight rates by the In
terstate commerce commission.
Fluctuations in the money market
followed the recent set course, ' loans
opened at seven per cent, and rising
to 7 1-2 in response to the usual be
lated demand. Time funds and com
niercial papers rates were unchanged
The foreign exchange market was
strong. Sterling rallied four cents
from its recent low and continental
rates advanced six to thirty five points
theJDutch rate showing especial im
A new low record of 86.84 for Lib
erty 3 l-2s featured the bond market.
Other Liberties wera mostly lower,
but Victory notes strengthened. Do
mestic issues as a whole were irregu
lar with leading internationals. Total
sales, par value, 19,850,000. .... ,
The Offlscat wandered behind the
scenes of the Kelly Comedians Tent
Fhow and after hearing a few argu
ments among the Thespians he decid
ed that actresses and actors don't kiss
every time they make up.
Our morning contemp. speaks of
"marshal airs" played at the state
convention of tho Oregon Federation
and we wonder If the music was pro
vided by Chief Al Roberts.
It has been said that the hardest
thing known is for a camel (meaning
the garden variety not the cigarette)
to pass through the eye of a needle.
Agreed; but we volunteer that next
comes a fat woman trying to get a
sent at some of the State Federation
Tho story of the traveling porcupine
which the wild animal editor publish
ed In yesterday's E. O. fills the Offlscat
with envy. We thought wo slung n
wicked quill until we heard that a
mere uneducated porcupine was rid
ing, quills and all, as a guest of the
O. W. R. & X.
The Pendleton hluh schoul seniors
have chosen champagne and bine for
the class colors, we. understand. What
is the connection between the two, we
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Work Clothes Made to
Prices Made to Save
Pay Day and Underbill Union Made Overalls,
heavy blue denim, 'Jbib or waist style, 1 the
pair . " $1.19
Four U extra quality t'enim, no better Over
all at any price, pair V v ..... ; $1.39
Shanhouse Motor Suits,' extra heavy khaki,
liberal size, all pockets reinforced, suit $2.98
Medium weight motor suifW $1.98
Goud quality blue' chambray work shirts 59c
Pay Day Chambray Shirts, blue or gray,
each v...................... 69c
Genuine Amoskeag Chambray, gray or blue,
fast colors, each .. i. ...... . . . 98c
Good quality rib knit union suite, short sleeves
ankle length, suit 1 ....... 98c
Men's athletic union suits, cross bar muslin,
elastic waist band, Sealpax and other rwell
known brands, suit 98c, $1.25
Leather Faced Canvas Gloves, gauntlet, or
wrist style, pair . 23c
Canvas or Jersey Gloves .'. . 10c 15c
Men's Harvest Shoes $2.49, 52.98
Boys' Outing Shoes. . $1.98, $2.25, $2.39, $2.69
Men's Heavy Work Sox, pair . . . '. if.'. 15c
Men's Work Sox, black or brown .... kj. . 10c
Painters Overalls or Jumpers, pair . .... 98c
Men's Khaki Hats, good width of rim' keeps
the sun off, light weight and serviceable,
each v.... 79c
Same general style as above, but with brass
gauze ventilator in front, each . ;. .... 89c
Men's light weight straw hats, cool and com
fortable, each ..98c
Medium sized quilts, khaki covered, closely
- stitched, fine for harvest use, each. . $2.25
Large size quilts, good weight, covering of
plain dark blue, scroll stitching keeps fill
ing in place, each $2.98
Carpenters Heavy Overalls, pair ..... $1.49
Boys' Blouses, assorted percales, blue . cham
bray or khaki, each 79c
Bovs' Shirts iust received, each 89c
Children's Heavy Denim Play uits. . .
I WELCOME 0. W. S. F.
Make the Pendleton Penny store your
headquarters when shopping. or resting.
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Our Psalm of IJfe
From Cradlo to Grave
The Offiscat questions the wisdom
nt changing the name of Cabbago Hill.
It lias been said that Cabbage is pieD
ian but it seems tc us that it tastes
richt smart with ("rncd beef. As one
ot our old pioneers once remarked
sjme people are loo refined.
Knocks from man or motor usually
ntcan there's Korneth'nK wrong Inside.
The Tired Ilut.'i ess Man Telephones
Miss lr?inrs. Ket mo Mr. Hoois,
Miss rsi'nks looks up Turncm and
Pattern's numhe., then; "Glmtre 29t
iiIikims: Xo not S39k' 8291. Thank
"Is this 9291? is this Turn,cm and
Pattern? Mr". Thasso Is on the wire. He
wants to sueak with Mr. Hoozis."
(Mr. Hoozis is in Mr. Worrit's pri
vate office telling him how he won
forty cents olaying golf.)
Mr. Hoozis Is In conference now. He
will call Mr. Thasso In thirty mlnu
tes" In thirty minutes the Intricate
road is backtracked from Mr. Hoozis
to Mr. Thasso, five people being en
gaged In the simple transaction. Mr,
Thasso Is out. When he returns Miss
BJinks tells him that Mr. Hoozis called.
pid price upturn which came wltn the "ui oy mat me. no a w.
circulation of the estimate. Anothet what he wanted to lam aooui. am i
circumstance that favored the buiw business wonderful 7
Decreases In Estimates
of Yield Boosts Price
CHICAGO, June 2. (A. P.)
Wheat for future delivery Jumped
nine cents a bushel' yesterday. July
contracts reaching the highest price of
this season. $1.3 71-2. Big cuts In the
estimated yield of the 1S21 harvest of
Impetus. The maraet nosed strong,
with July at $1.37 to J1.37 1-4, up 8
1-4 cents to 8 3-4 cents compared
with yesterday's finish. Corn gained
1 7-8 to 2 1-3 cents, oats 1 1-8 to 1 1-2
cents, and provisions 2 1-2 cents to
Kstimates made public by a well
known expert put the winter wheat
yield at probably 59,000,000 bushels,
a falling off . of 29,000.000 bushels
from the total which on May 1 was the
indicated outcome. Notable absence
of selling pressure facilitated the ra
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Beginning June 1st the new series and
prices will be as follows, f. o. b. factories,
' , . Old Prirst
Model 2244 Three Passenger RoadsUr, $1795
JVlodel 22-45 Five Passenger Touring, - $1795
Model 22-46 Three Passenger Coupe, . $2585
Model 22-47 Five Passenger Sedan, : $2895
Model 22-48 Four Passenger Coupe, . $2985'
Model 22-49 Seven Passenger Touring, $2065
Model 22--50 Seven Passenger Sedan, $3295
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