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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
J. C. Penney Co.,
A Nation-VVide institution
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
iVMAT Aies oJ -CttTlNTC TO GOT AT V
1DU TAtK AS THOUQ-H I HAO TAIOSJ A "BRIB
U.V. t DID UAS TO TRAOG VOTES' it.X
Including Pendleton Price and Auociated Press Report!
llrmtMiM Mnnn In
ling were sternly to firm, entile
were holding drill a similar condition
ii shown for sheep at North Port
In nil Tuesday with a llmlied run ex
cept In th mil 1 1 in alleys.
only h h ii fl fu 1 of hogs appeared
for ssle at North rortlnnd Tuesday.
Theie we re sales fiirnin m former-price
n nil the previous rxlrpinr figure con-
iliines to he quoted.
tlencrsl hog market rsnse
1'ttreme price f .S"
Prime Hunt - . .2J
Snmoih her.vy, 5i to 100
pound ".SllifP S.S5
Pmonth heavy, ICO and
up .S5Si 7.S5
rtntinh heavy 6,00 7.2S
Pat plica .0ffl .IS
Feeder pl(t I.60ff .SB
Ktags 4.00 7.15
No fresh arrlvala of cattle Invaded
the Nrth Pnrtlnnd market for the
Tuesday trade. Condition of the mar
ket was considered nominally steady
with former prices scnntlnued.
General cattle market ranpe:
Choice steer $ tl.oow 1.55
. Medium to (rood steers ..T.BOff 8.00
t-'ulr to medium steers . , S.2((f 7.00
Common tn fair steers . . S.OOfli
I 'holc eoVs, helfera . . . . i.60tf 7.00
Medium to rood cowi and
helfera S.SOff .!S
Fair to medlunsYnws and
ommon cows, helfera . J.SOffl
fanner 1.00 S
Choice feeder t.ISO S.7&
Fair to good feeder . . , , 4.71 6.28
R""a J.0 4.71
Choice dairy calve . .... f.tOtj'lO.OA
I'rime light calves ..... .00p . 50
Med. light dairy calve .. .00f S.00
Heavy calves J.00tf ,00
Quite rood supply of sheep come to
North Portland Tuesday. Demand tn
all division of the sheep .and lamb
trade continued steady and price were
not changed for the day.'
General sheep and lambs ranee:
Prime lambs S 7.00 T.25
ratr to good lambs 6.00 7.00
Cull lambs 4.60 i 6. SO
Feeder lambs .. ,T. S.OOSil 4.50
IJght Yearling 4.00 4.60
Heavy yearlings 3.00 0 4.00
Light wethers 4. SOW 5.00
Heavy wether S.50 4.50
Ewe s. ... l.00fl 4.15
Wheat Advance, Tlicn
lOaww Down at Ctas.
CHICAGO. June ft. (A. P ) Rull
ish crop figures, the most radical this
season, jerked wheat upward yester-
aay from an early decline. The bulge
however, failed to hold. Closing prices
were unsettled, varying from l-2c net
lower to a like advance, with July
II. Is S-4 to 1.S0 and September II..
1 1-4 to 1.17. Corn lost S-4c to 1
1-1 cent, and oats 1-4 cent to 7-8
cent. Provision gained 10c to sue.
According to a leading expert, ine
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i ED WORGt-E WHO DELIVERS Cii!!J?: 7? ' S
' vayASHKMCS FOR HIS WIFE , Jl$5ZS$HSr
MAD AN ACClDEMT -TOCAAY- Al Tcfew
I A BASKET OF CL.OTHES BL.EW Up ' Jj Jfjf,
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fl THF DAV CPnilT I I
II Onei of tlie rules of a boy scout organization Is "to '
One of tlie rules of a boy scout organization Is "to
do at least one kind net a day.", perhaps to this
might be added "to do everyday at least one good
tura for his own well-being." I'seful turns during
vacation times are woid," "thrift"' and "savings."
Thus a boy scout will be better equipped for life if
he has a savings account In this strong bank for fu
Savings Accounts for boys are opened at tlds bank
everyday. Have you one of your own?
The AnmNaticmal Dark
GET READY FOR THE
GOOD OLD SUMMER
Preterve your Health
Protect Your Family,
buy them ao
This refrigerator 1 seamless, porcelain lined, used In orer a
million and a half homes In America. The materials used in the
Alaskan are seven walls of Insulation, overhead circulation sys
tem, cork filled and equipped with removable, rust proof wlra
No. 620, ice capacity 35 pound 4 $24.75
No. 621, ice capacity 45 pound $30.00
No. 622, ice capacity 60 pound f $36.00
No. 623, ice capacity, 100 pound $44.50
Other style moderately priced.
Cruikshiink & Hampton
"Quality Court U"
124 28 E. Webb
Tour Old I wrniture Takes
Eacliisi AfrnU fa Fendlrton for Aeroluz
Exchange as Part Payment on Kew
Xo Whip) Porch
l2l whiter wheat yield promises
only S68,Oo(l,0n. bushels, wherons the
xovernment estimate May first was
28,000,0OO bushels, Buying bnsed
largely on the new estimate carried the
market this afternoon to the highest
price of the day. Profit taking was
lively, and a sharp reaction was In
progress at the last. Weakness which
prevailed during the morning was as
cribed mainly to excellent weather
throughout much of the winter crop
belt, and to word that the harvest had
commenced In southern Kansas and
Missouri. Bears contended that the
June government crop report due to
morrow would not confirm the low pri
Corn and oats averaged lowsr de
spite the upturn In wheat. Crop re
ports were favorable on corn and
somewwaht Improved as to oats. He
ceipls of corn continued large.
Provisions were dull, but firmer in
line with hogs. Some export business
was said to be under way.
Wool Market at .
London Shown Advance,
LONDON. June 8. (A. T.) There
was a large attendance at the opening
of the wool sales yesterday, offerings
amounted to 12,187 bales and there
was an active demand, especially from
continental buyers. Merinos advanced
from 5 to 10 per cent and cross-bred
were well absorbed nt unchanged
boLcfCfS OUT TO TH45
ENO Op THIS AVCMOC
He Cooks eiiA. TWrs tgoRCD
INI THC PAPSft. Op ON6
OrOOXZ. STATCE "SCNAToftJS; J
Sharp Rally Staginl
On Stork Market.
NEAV YORK, June 8. (A. P.)
Liquidation was heavy In yesterday's
stock market, but there was a sharp
rally before the close. Gross declines
of 1 to 5 points In standard stocks
and 5 to 10 points in speculative issues
were partly or fully recovered. Sales
Early dealings Indicated that much
of the selling was caused by weeding
out of impaired aiargin accounts.
Such action, traders believed, result
ed from further calling.of bang loans
ana smaller supplies of time umls.
A decline in call loans from 7 1-:
to 7 per cent, pronounced strength
ening of foreign exchange and ru
mors of recognition by Washington
of the Mexican government aided
The Mexican group, especially Mex
ican and Pan-American petroletiio.
were conspicuous in the recoil
Liberty bonds were Irregularly
higner, the third 4 l-4s gaining 120
points. Otherwise, reactionary ten
dencies were apparent In domestic
knnd foreign Issues. Total sales, par
value 822,775.000 an unusually large
iUNCON&ClOvS IN 1 r
AVJTO I 1 '- ' 1
OVK AIKEAD of amkhicv
ROME, June 8. (A. P.) They are
telling a story in the Roman cafes of
how an American visitor to Rome
came off second best In a boasting
contest with a Roman cab driver.
The American undertook to see
Rome in a day and used the cab driv.
er as a guide. The American waa
driven to all the great Roman monu
ments and took great interest In the
buildings, always asking how long
each took to build.
At St. Peter's, the cab driver con
fessed that it took 50 years to com-
plete that structure. The American
did not think -that that was such a
great feat for he was certain such a
building could be built in America In
wo years.- Other large churches, like
St. John Lateran, the visitor said,
could he built in. a year or even six
Finally they were passing the new
massive buildings occupying several
city blocks containing the Italian law
"What's that," Inquired the Ameri
can. "I don't know," retorted the driver.
"It wasn't there last night."
The most independent man we
know Is the fella who washes and Irons
his own soft collars.
The Life Sentence.
-Madam, have you nnythirig
Prisoner's Husband Xow
done it yer honor.
f When A flndnr r:i,a n iitili.nt Imn
ha expects pay for It.
The fact that President Wilson, who
j has had no special experience In this
noble profession, was offered 1150.000
for one newspaper article, may give
the public some idea of what a regular
editor like the Offiscat receives.
"If you hove any phonograph rec
ords you are tired of send them tp the
But most of the ones we're tlrod of
belong to the family next door.
The latest degree of fashion is that
the parasol must match the bathing
sun. vtoe be onto her who loses her
para weIC anyhow, Isn't the weather
J,t toff lovely?
Our w. k morning contemp citron
fcleg a social Item in which a lady vis
tied for ttfo year at a Pendleton
home. Now we know what an "ex
tended visit" is.
v anted- Stenographer . to work
part time. Apply at once. Classified
ad. There are tones when even an
employer loses patience.
.iier years or observation we con
clude that there is only one thing
worse than the man who won't admit
defeat that Is the man who will.
Free Advice to Young Men.
Don't kiss a girl on the hand unless
she has been eating garlic.
Never yell "What Hoe?" to a man
working In the garden.
Women in Paris Wear Monocles.
Five hundred ultimate consumers
march In parade as protest against
high prices. News item. The pageant
no doubt, was much enjoyed by
profiteers who witnessed It.
rjLT - v
V mm r
give tire mileage
at the lowest cost
METEORIC SHOUER AS
COMET NEARS EARTH
CAMBRIDGE, Mass., June 8. (A
f.) Wlnneck's comet will probably
not come within 10,000,000 miles of
the earth, according to information
received at the Harvard college ob
servatory from astronomers studying
us motion closely.
The comet will make its nearest op
proarh to the sun on June 13. Sever
at astronomers predict a meteoric
shower on June 27 as a result of the
PRESIDENT WILL HOLD
2ND CONFERENCE WITH
U. S. FINANCE LEADERS
WASHINGTON", June 8. (A. P.)
resident Harding is planning to hold
within a few days the second of his
general conferences with leaders In
American finance. Bankers from the
middle west are to come here for the
meeting, but it Is understood that the
list is not yet complete.
SIZE NON.SI1D NON-SKIDCORD
OLD NEW OU ?JEW
30x3 J17.5S $12.85 " j
30x3 20.80 15.00 134.25 $27.50
32x354 26.30 21.00 41. IS 36.40
32x4 34.95 26.90 52.30 46.30
34x4!4 49.8$ 38.35 62.05 54.90
35x5 6US 47.05 77.35 68.45
3tx3K REPTOP.Old S27. 75 , Ne w $22. 00
Pint IVar Taxr Rtduct'm tn all sly let enj tiztt.
A New Ldw Price on a
Known and Honest Product
H'RS ARK Pl'RCHAKED.
COPENHAGEN', June 8. (A P.)
The annual fur sale of the Royal
Greenland trade has just taken place
I here. The pelts of 2.103 blue foxes.
1,661 white foxes and 258 polar bears
were sold at auction. The pelts of
the blue foxes averaged about 30 per
cent higher prices than last year,
while the white foxes were 30- per
cent lower and the pours' skins were
60 per cent lower.
A number of skins were purchased
for America through Danish and Ger
The tongue or front niece makes this the onlv
complete and comfortable front lacing corset
made. This is an exclusive feature originated and
covered with patents owner and controlled by the
Madam Pfeil Co.
Authentic in style to the moment, you will find
in the handsome new models a delicate charm and
an irresistable feminity that will delight you be
cause they express the newest ideas of America's
foremost corset designers.
The Penney selling policy brings this splendid
corset to you in Pendleton at a price no greater
than you iave been paying for the ordinary kind.
We are sure you'll enjoy looking over the va
rious models we show at $2.98, $3.49, $3.98, $4.50,
$4.98, $5.90, $7.90, $8.90. '
$1.49 to $4.50
This new corset is the product of one of the
most up-to-date corset factories in America, built
exclusively for the production of this J. C. Penney
Corset and is controlled entirely by this organ
ization. Manufactured under this arrangement we give
the most economical marketing plan possible, de
livering direct from the factory to our stores, elim
inating the middleman entirely, adding only our
small margin of profit, which makes it possible to
sell these very fine corsets at prices ranging from
$1.49 to $4.30
HI UtfAKTMENT STORES
J. C. Penney Co., A Nation Wide Institution
It is reported that sensational discover- j h, those of rtosa tAtxemhurg ("Red
uosa' ) the German socialist who wan
killed in 1919 about the same time as
Karl Uebknecht, the Communist agitator.
les have been made,
While searching one building the
detectives found a small casket con
mining ashes which are declared to
'itrcn nosA's' asiiks imscoverkd
LiONDON, June 8. (A. P.) Deter
mined efforts are being made by the
sritish Home Office to get at the bot
tom of Bolshevik propaganda In this
country, according to the Dally Sketch,
wnicn Bays that reports have been re
ceived of dangerous activities of the
Bolshevlkl In London and Scotland.
Raids have been carried out hy Scot
land Yard detectives on alleged Bol
shevik meetings places and offices and
says the Good Judge
A man can get a heap more
satisfaction from a small chew
of this class of tobacco, than
he ever could get from a big
chew of the old kind.
He finds it costs less, too. The
good tobacco taste - lasts so
much longer he doesn't need
to have a fresh chew near!
Any man who uses the Real
Tobacco Chew will tell you
Put up in two styles
W'B CUT is a long fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
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rB,t"lnr peace in
Upper sues BM ,urnfd
to Hlr Harold Stuart, aa British COn.
A Bonus Now
This Is the season when you get double comfort and satisfac
tion out of every mile you ride In an automobile.
Any car earns bigger dividends In happiness for the next six
months than at any other time in the year.
A Dollar Enjoyed is ft Dollar Saved
Oregon Motor Garage
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