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DAILY EAST OKEOONIAK, PENDLETON, OREGON, TUESDAY EVENING, JULY 12, 1021.
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Iaclndiag Pendleton Prices tsd Anociated Pren Seporti
JM-mand lur Mvmlortc
jMX.fl On IVrtlatid Market
" ' (Front' the Oregon Journal.)
, Cqlvea advanced $1 In- the after
i.oiiii trading Monday.
J Kverythlng good offered In any line
;t the North Portland livestock yards
ummanded an extra premium over
ft H closing prices Saturday. Top grade
Hive-stock were In demand In all lines,
overnight arrivals were about normal,
3 ( cars arriving Five cars cattle, one
ar hogs and two cars sheep were
1I.(C market advanced 75 cents over
the extreme toj quoted last week and
one early morninft sale even beat the
advance by an additional 15. cents, but
the highest price was for an extra
fancy lot. The new market top on
prime light hogs ts 111. The market
was steady following the advance.
General hog market ranee:
Prime light .. . . .J 10.2541 11.00
Smooth heavy, 250 to 390
pound S.OOff 10.00
Smooth heavy, 300 lbs.,
up 8.00 9.00
Rough heavy .... .-' S.00W 9.00
Ttie Broad Scope of ;
Ameiican BanK Servics V ' ".
- This bank Is more than simply a place where" money
can be safely and conveniently left. Listed below
are some of the various facilities in which this bank
V '.can -verve you:
For" every member of"
your family. , Encour
ages thrift, teaches
Safe, convenient; saves
time, ' prcventa errors,
furnishes receipts, gives
Notes, drafts and other
Items, local and for
eign, collected for you.
Tour valuables kept
s a-f - frwn' neMHWr-'
The Amerfcan National Bank
Pendleton. Oregon. . . . .
'Stronger Sank in Gastern Oregon"
Fat pigs . .,:..; 10.2jtfli.eo
FeedO pigs . . . t:.. 9.50W10.00
Slags .'.' ,;. .'. ... 6.00 W 8.00
Strictly prime steers advanced 25
cents during the early morning trad
ing, but prices remained unchanged In
all other lines. While the market ap
peared to-be steady following the lib
eral receipts over the week end, the
general opinion was that tho under
tone was weak. Fuur loads of extra
fancy steers brought tho market top of
S7.70. Nothing like them has been at
North Portland for some time. Two'
loads were shipped by Allen Porter of
Tilot Hock; one load by T. C. Cope
land of Milton and the other load by
iidward Chipman of Hill City.
(rcncral cattlo market range:
Choice Steers $ 6.2S$j 7."i
Medium to good steera 6.23 6,00
Common to fuir steers'.'. 3.00 D.26
Choice cows and heifers 6.50 6.00
Medium to good cows and v .
heifers .,4.75 5.50
Fair to medium cows and .
heifers 3,75 4.75
Common cows, heifers . . 2.76$ 3.75
Canncrs 1.75 2.76
Bulls 3.25 4.00
Choice feeders . 6.00 5.50
Fair to good feeders : . . . , 4.00 U 6.00
Choice dairy calves 9.5010.00
Prime light dairy calves 9.00 9.50
Med. light dairy calves. . 6.00 9.00
Heavy calves 4.60 6.00
Price on good lambs and yearlings
also advanced at the Xorth Portland,
alleys. The balance of the division
was steady. Good quality sheep and
lambs were quoted 25 cents above Sat
urday's closing price.
General sheep and lamb range:
East of mountain lambs S C.50 7.25
Best valley lambs 6.00 7.00
Fair to good lambs .... 6.00 & 6.00
Cull lambs 4.00 S.00
Light yearlings ........ 4.50 6.25
Heavy yearlings - 4.00 4.50
Light wethers 4.00$ 4.56
Heavy wethers 3.00 4.50
Eives 1.00 3.50
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
RBTSdRVATlOM TO MOT-K5. Op.
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I EGG COAL
S ... i THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER
a , CLEAN AND UNIFORM - '.
I . B. L. BURROUGHS-He Has It! I
y Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices-
East Oregonian Printing Department.
July Clearance Sale
Confusion Recorded a
In Change on Market.
NEV TOKK, July 12. (A. P.V
Movements of stocks in yesterday's
listless market were highly confusing.
The rubber group, as well as equip
ments, Sears-Roebuck, Famous Play
ers and Industrial Alcohol, were under
constant pressure, losing 2 to 4 points.
Oils, especially the foreign group,
were most erratic. Mexican Petroleum
rallied some 5 points from its early re
versal and closed at a net gain of 3 3-4.
Leading steels and motors, as well
as Baldwin Lclcomltlve, American
Woolen and American Sugar, rose 1
to 4 points under short covering and
rails were Inclined to Improve. The
whole list, however, reacted when call
money rose to 6 per cent in the final
hour. Sales amounted to ,,425,000
Developments tn International af
fairs probably mould have exercised a
beneficial Influence but for the further
collapse of foreign exchange. -The
British rate fell nearly 4 cents more
and continental bills dropped 5 to 25
Trading in bonds rcactivAly evceed
ed dealings in the stock market, but
the trend was no less uncertain. Lib
erty issues closed mostly at moderate
losses and domestic industrials and
rails wer Irregular. Internationals,
including war flotations,. - displayed
steadiness. Total sales, par Value,
Among: the odds and .ends we have many very attrac- iH
1 1 live patterns m linoleum of the most desirable co-lors. j
1 i linoleum and Fetex in room sizes;
I Inlaid in the regular grade, former price $2.50, now $1.89 j
I Printed linoleum in the best grade, former price $1.50,
. now :..:. fl9c m
I i Feltex remnants, best quality, former pr, $1.00, now 69c g
Do Not Overlook These Huge Savings in Tables
I A beautiful Alisslon Library Table, funie.d finish, and solid oak.
I Former price, 165.00. Now ... (35.00 g
I A large oval shape Library Table, solid oak, io the golden finish. This H
a 1 one slightly ustd, at only 926.UO
I Another Solid Oak Library Tablo which has been slightly U:iina;:ed in p
x ' shipping. Desular S25.00; now S 1:1.50
A handsome genuine quarter sawud Oak Library Table
I ' Regular. 13s. 'JU: now
a a gorgeous pc.-iou uorary xaoie in William and Mary and genuine
- mahogany. Very large. This is a snap. Regular 168.00; now Sli.30
H Our dining room table stock is very lar'e and never
g before have we offered sue i at ridiculously 1-v jnt t-..
: 1 This splendid round 64 Inch top, uiiarter sawed oak, dull finish
massive ped js'.i!
Regular, ts . t-o.
plank top ujJ foot extrusion.
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A massive round 4 8 inch top. vary iimivjr pedestal, iuiink top a;-I S loot
. extension. IteguUr. 465.00; now $li.bo
This beautiful round 4 5 inch toy Inning Tij:. 1ms n pijdaiv.! pedestal, 3
lJiaun.iup anu i i.o'. eiiensun. jirrtfui.ir m.&o; now ....... Ia:l.50 S
: And now is the time to get that Ice Chest that you have I
been waiting for. Don't hesitate, and shop early.
t We -are offering the two best makes in America, thy
. .u-fnta ana ice King, ut voiy low prices. .:
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riar, iuw p. Unas, lop tc;r. lu jutt- tumuel. This is a be.tutif :)
.' as Kelt as a vary durable chest Kepulvr J75.00; now ...... .S5.VM
Acr, is a ery. exceptional buy.
Tliis Alaska t?tar, 75 pounds, b.c Juot
AhK lor it. Ucgu.Vr iu'i 50; new
A very durable lucst that will stay cool is the Alaska,
duur leer. Regular Its. 00; now , . . .
SO pound side
loe King. 50 pound side door Jeer, is very popular. Itegular f
J.rivo I45.VO; now $3'.50 g
Another Ice King. 60 pound side door icer. Is a very good buy. p
Regular J.50; now . . . '. .........I.. .S'8.50 g
I J Another Ice King: top door, 40 pound size, was $32.50; now .... .$22.50
I 1 An Ice King you can put in your kitchenette and just the thing, 25 3
pound top ict-r. Regular 125.00; now '. $17.00
A good shade with a good roller 75c-
A hand oil with a guaranteed roller .,.
Fn-o Country urfeiings
Keeps Wheat Dowtl
CHICAGO. July 12. (A. P.) Free
country offerings to arrive did a good
deal In the wheat market to counter
balance adverse crop conditions north
west. Prices closed steady, 1-2 cent
net lower to a like advance with Sep
tember $1.18 to $1.18 U and Decem
ber $1.21 to $1.2H4- Corn gained 3-8
cent to 3-4 cent, oats finished 1-2 cent
to 1-4 cent off to 5-8 cent up, and Pro
visions unchanged to 17 cents higher.
At first, the wheat market showed
tonsiderable strength with traders giv.
ing much attention to the high tem
peratures in the northwest and to a re
newal of misgivings about black rust
In Minnesota and North Dakota. Later,
however. Indications tnat the move
ment of new wheat was increasing be
came the principal factor. As a result
of greater hedging pressure, premiums
both for No.- 2 hard wheat and for No.
2 red winter disappeared, and 25,000
bushels were sold to go to store. .
Absence of rain, together with re
ports that corn was commencing to firt
in parts of Illinois and Indiana, had a
bullish effect on the corn market. Oats
averaged higher In sympathy "with
Provisions reflected good domestic
and export demand, as well as upturns
in the value of hogs.
effectively potlrays the role of Anitah,
a halt-bricd Indian hostess.
The 'stury is said to center around
Ruth Durdy, a foundling, strayed In
ths v.ist depths of the rugged North.
Tnc girl dut.1 not know from whence
brie cume r.oi to whom she really be
longs. But she Is betrothed to Rob
ert Holllday, of the Iioyui Mounted
Police. While in his company she
learns that lir futher was Ml. el by
her fi.mcco a scrimmage wi"i Ive
Canadian Mi'i.nled Police. How Holli
day finally .'-taks the chain of ,imi:hi
stances tli.it fviiiemn him mai.es Ihe
sfiy. m the trend of Its unf luv
powerful, gripping and replete with
U'tise nriiinat.'o s tuailons.
FAMOIS PLAY BY Silt JAMES M.
When William DeMille, one of Para
mount's master producers, undertook
to screen Sir James M. liarrie's cele
brated play, "What Every Woman
Knrws," which will be shown at the
Alta theatre for three days beginning
today, the question of a cast to ade
nuately portray the characters of the
great story, was 'one of primary Im
portance. That Adams and Bruce Mc
Rae, .who played the loading roles in
the American production of the Play.
shnnM h siicrvoitml In thn screen ver-I and restoring normal condition.
... i,i All druRglsts. Circular, free. .
It Is said that only one In every
hundred men is physically porfect.
Most men are sorry for the other nlnc-ty-ninc.
R1U L) dy Told I s Tills One
.When a young lady was burning up
the rond roccntly she Indignantly asked
the traffic officer why Bho was arrest
ed. "You were running 40 miles an
hour," unswered the officer.
"Forty miles an hour? Why, offi
cer. I haven't been out an hour," said
"G'wan," said the cop, "that's a new
Street cars of Glasgow stop only at
stipulated stations. At oUcr places
the motorman merely reduces the
speed of the vehicle, the passenger
making his ascent to the platrorm on
the fly. This practice saves consid
erable current in the course of a year.
arth's age-old secret
out at last!
K-.W s"j$r -1 j""
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, ' ifflW M- A M M M J M J J
, FAMOUS HAY
CJitAi CONRAD NAGEL nd LOIS WILSON .
Comedy "HAM ANN"'
Hall's Catarrh Medicine
Those who are In a "run down" condi
tion will notice that Catarrh bothers
them much asnre than when they are In
good health. This fact proves that while
Catarrh la a local disease. It Is greatly
Influenced bv constitutional conditions.
HALL'S CATARRH MKDICINE is a
Tonic and Blood TurHler, and acts throagn
ths blood upon the mucous surfaces of
the body, thus reducing the inflammation
Strength Shown Ry
Livestock at Omaha
OMAHA, July 12. Hogs Receipts.
9000; active, 25c to 36c higher, bulk,
180 to 250-pound butchers, $9.20
9.40; top, $9.50; bulk of butchers, 250
pounds and over, $3 9.30; packing
Cattle Receipts, 5000; beef steers
find butcher stock, strong to 25c high
er; top steers, $8.50; veals, strong.
stockcrs and feeders, steady.
Sheep neceipts, 13,000; lambs, 10c
to 15c higher; top, $11; sheep, strung;
wethers, $5.75; ewes, $4.75; feeding
grades, fully 25c higher; feeding yearl
ings. $1.76; best feeding lambs held at
imperative, and to that end Lois Wil
son and Conrad Nagel were chosen.
"What Every Woman Knows," was
produced ut the dike of York's Thea
tre in London in 1908, hnd in the fol
lowing season it was presented In New
York by Charles Frohman with Maude
Adams and Bruce McRae in the lead
ing parts. The play scored a huge suc
cess and during succeeding seasons it
was presented In the principal cities
of the country.
The story deals -with the fortunes
of a young student with political as
pirations who steals into a home of
wealth at night to rend certain books
he is unable to obtain otherwise. He
is-cahglit and the rrsult is an agree
ment that in consideration of the pay
ment to him of $1,500, he will marry
tho daughter of the household within
five Jears.. This provokes unusual and
captivlating developments, all contri
buting to make this screen Btory one
of the most entertaining produced this
season .The supporting cast Is of a
high character of excellence.
F. J. Cheney Co., Toledo. Ohio.
Two colors, cream, green.
Cruikshank & Hampton
124-28 E. Webb
Ywur Otd t uruitura Taken la LicJuuigo mm Pat t'uyuieut on Xew SS
1UJ ! Areata la FeacUetoa (or Aero I ox (A'o Whip) Porch f
The Arcade theatre for today will
have, aj Its principal attraction the
latest National Picture, a special Ralph
Ince production entitled "Out of the
Knows," which is said to be a virile,
oul-Htlrring drama containing all the
luring ntmi.fcphere of the far North;
It is ftiU'ii-r announced that Ralph
Ince givn cne of the finest characteri
zations cf bis career a Robert Holll
day, a man Kiwn to the Indians of the
Hudvon ,ay,fur country u '"Storm
Man." t'ui'lxrtlng Mr. Ince Zena
Keefe bcuuic't'u ft20 tcreea star, who
Hoy, I"age 5fr. Hones In Room Scven-rJi-Krn
Jay Bones Is registered at Hotel
Pendleton. E. O. news Item.
Sam Thompson, president of the Ro
tary Club, was much downcast not to
lio able to secure whale blubber to
serve at the luncheon yesterday In
honor of Vilhialmiir Htefansaon, the
Arctic explorer. "I tried at every
butcher shop in town and pleaded with
tears In my eyes," as Sam. "In fact,
It almost made mo blubber myself."
Jo Kw-lte Knrjr
The Nvw Butler: "Madam. I regret
to report It, but your husband Is in an
Intoxicated condition at the back
"Brlri him around In front quickly,
James, so tho neighbors can see him."
"Is this the hosiery department?"
said the voice over ihe 'phone.
"Yes," replied the weary saleswom
an. "Have you any flcsh-colured stock?
Inge In stock?" asked the voice.
"Yes," replied the W. F. "Whaddy
ja mut pink, jellow or black."
WITH THE OLD
) ARTACORD '
IN THE SADDLE
THE LOST CITY
, f" ' w,
. ii I 1111 i .: '.iJ
. i,"r 1
LEWIS J. SELZNICK PreenU
"Out of the Si) ows"
A Ralph Ince Production
They said that the man she was about to marry was
the man who killed her father, and then for the first time
she learned that her father had been an outlaw. Months
later she learned the truth, but it was not too late to avert
another tragedy. -, '; .-
A GOOD COMEDY IN ADDITION
Quality PRINTING at Reasonable Prices
East Oregonian Printing Department
When the Emergency
Demands the Unusual
" 1 There come times in the life of every car owner,
when the instant readiness of his. car is the 'most im
portant thing in the day, perhaps in a whole life,
"Ready to go, able to-gct there," shoujd be the
unfailing answer of the car in such a crisis. Value
of car performance , at such times runs past any
money estimate, j
In that connection bear 111 mind that only the dealer who
sold you the car im guirantco Its constant roadability.
We havo equipped ourselves with the many things nocossary
to discharge this dealer-pbligatlon. . , , ...
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