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DAIL7 EAST OHEOONIAN, PENDLETO OlfJdOJT, TUESDAY EVEKINO, JULY 10, 1621.. '
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
Ho." ITftvn Howe"
Srii-allonnl Ail uim "in
(From iho (ih'udti Journal.)
flogs wor source and sensationally
ttlKticr. cattle showed a ! anil K
pi-esscd tone while idieep started under
pressure wllh a record run in the al
leys t North I'm Hand for the week's
HenMil fiiinl price advance was scor
m1 fur hoK In tin- swine alleys a"t
North Portland when the, week's trade
opened. Cencral rises of $1 to $1.25
were shown, hut one lot of hoes sold
ecnls above the. pxiromp quotation
or $14.50. This premium was paid bot I
cause the stock 'was sold on tho shrink
Inst, art of on th0 rill; the latter Wins i ness In Ill's division fur Iho week's
tho usual custom of s ilin,- at Noith J opening. W ith u rim that was ex
Pi rtland. U emcly heavy, showing head.
Oeiiernl hog market range- jMllcrs were very slow In bidding.
Prime ll-hl $11.00 61 H.2r j tjualily was not up to expectation and
Smooth heavy, ;50 to 300 J there were few : teers ; imallty avail-
pounds ; l.OtHt lS.titi ; a,!l"- Iniicatlons were for u general
Smooth heavy, sou lbs., drop as first bids on niosi ot Iho. stuff
op It.OiHi 12.11m; were 2u to 60 cent off.
Rough heavy : T.t"i 11. on
Pat pigs 18.0011 1 4.00
Feeder pigs 11. to) 11 12.00
aB 5.00 ft 8.00
While first sales In the cattle Alleys
at North 1 'on hind Monday morning
were on practically a steady price
basis, there was an undertone of weak.
hile cattle in general showei
; weakness there was a firm (one and
libera! bidding for calves. Result was
a general rise of tl through the list.
Cencrul cuttle market range:
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C hoiee : tcers
Medium to good steers
Fair to medium steers
Common to fair steers . f
Choice cows and heifers
Medium to. good cows and
Fair to medium cows and
Common cows, heifers . .
4.75 At . 5.50
Mulls 3.00 m
Choice feeders 5.00 (if
Fair to good feeders !. , . . 4.00 iff
Choice dairy calves 10.50Wll.0ti
Prime light dairy calves 10. 00(i 10.50
Med. light dairy calves. . i.OOifi 10.00
Heavy calves 5.50 7.00
Two loads ot exceptional quality
lambs shipped in by Horace White of
Oddendale, brought a premium of a
d'mp above the extreme mark of last
Saturday's closing at North Portland
when the week's trade started. The
sale was made at $7.85.
Despite the most excellent showing
there was considerable weakness In the
general trade. Much of tho record
run came on contract to killers and
did not enter the open market. Bid
ding for the remainder was extremely
General sheen and lamb ranee: i
fEnst of mountain lambs J t.On ftj 7. 1 5
Hest valley lambs- 6.50tf 6.75
Fair to good lambs 5.00W 6.00
Cull lambs. 4.00 5.00
Light yearlings 4.00 W 5.00
Heavy yearlings T. . 3.50
Uffht weathers . 3.D
flvPAY CASH AND PAY LESS.
SOAP SPECIAL THIS WEEK
20 Crystal White, rcg.. :
12 Pcets Bath Tablets or Cream Oil Soau.
6 No. 2 Cans Van Caiuos Pork pnd Beans. $f.00
,12 Lbs. Sugar $1.00
12 Lbs. Head Rice $1.00
16 Best Crepe Toilet Paper $1.00
Ojb'mpic Pancake Flour, large package, each. . 30c
35c, 65c and $1.20
Heavy wethers .
B.ves ... ,
UUTIU JUSTS OF EVERETT TIME
1" This ' Pooivj
Vcv.. Mavs ' Just
i3.i vfefM He ?
iAJ hat T)o
YOU fiEAM V
, M(Ai IT.'S SO STICKY
CAx HAt?r-V LET Qo HESEsEtT-
f it!! 'ove re omg ' ese-T
imca cast sessi ', z-X'Jj
tiutsido loans were mace at 5 1-5 per t
cent, both on call and timo.
Liberty issues showed, mixed gains
and were made at 5 1-2 per cent, both
on call and time.
Lflierty Issues shove'! 'mixed gains
and tosses on small dialings and the
remainder rf the bond list was eipiaHy
irregular, including foreign flotations.
Total sajes, par value, $7,400 000.
' OFFICE CAT
ARIZONA MAN HAS BEEN
APPOINTED NEW HEAD
OF AGRI.CULTWRE O.A.C.
trt'rman) Proves Heavy '
IJuyvr of London Wool.
The heaviest buying at tho reccnl
London wool sales was done by Ger
mans. Commenting on the subject,
the P.radford correspondent of the
Pil'lls ledger said:
"Nothing has called forth so much
comment as the German competition
for wool at the recent sales, and if
mill operatives in the West tiding
could have seen the keenness of Ger
man buying there would have been
great surprise expressed. Out of 104.
000 bales sold. 70,000 bales' were taken
for the continent, and about 70 per
cent of Oiat quantity 'ivas taken by
"Germany apparently Is most favor
ably situated in regard to having an
adequate supply of coal, while her op-
wu... nrcu iu um- K 10 i - courses in education. He will do
,.K".i,..i.ui. mufn investigational and research
won:. HwIH publish material of
general iig'rlcultuiiil Interest, particu
larly in cooperation with the board of
vocational education under the Smith
Hughes Jaw. .' He -has. had broad edu
cational and practical faun experience.
OltfOGON AGRICVLTl IKAL COL
IEGE, Corvalfcs, July 10. H. H. Gib
son, irofessor of- viK-ational agricul
ture ill tho Univers'ty of Arionxa, anil
formerly director of agricultural edu
cation in Vermont imivoi-sity. has
been appointed head of the depart
ment of agricultural education at the
college. He jvlll relieve E. i. Doxsee,
acting head, lo will devote his en-
Mire time to ' teaching and Kniith-
Hughes work. f S
1'rofessor Gil'son" w.'ll have charge of
courses in preparation ot teachers in
agriculture for vublic elementary and
secondary schools. together with
out complaint. This stands out in
sharp contrast to conditions obtaining
In this country and there Is no wonder
at German manufacturers finding
themselves in .a position to enter their
"frhile export houses In T'radforil
are finding it almost impossible lo re
sume business with their old custom
ers on account of high conversion
costs, France Belgium and Germany
are all keenly interested in pushing
their wares into eastern Furope, when
ever they see the least chance" of get
ting paid for their goods-'
Presents the Associated Producers Special
AND ALL STAR CAST
1 CASTLE GATE
I EGG COAL
s THE RIGHT SIZE FOR THIS WEATHER
CLEAN AND UNIFORM
B. L. BURROUGHS He Has It! f
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Sternly m-iccs tuotcil
l'r Kansas C"y.
KANSAS CITV, Jlo.. July 19.
(L'nited Slates Bureau of Markets.)
"attle, 15,000; dry fed steers scarce,
steady to strong top heavies, $x.35.
rarly top yearlings, $9; some held'
trouud $11.50; other steers plentiful,
iteady to 25c lower; many Texas S8
6.50; some grasscrs $7.251 7.65: she
stock steady to 20c lower; bulk good
cows, $5.25&5.50; few at 6 and high
er; many common ond medium kinds
13.50 .'a 4.50; best heifers J8.25: -can
ners and bulls steady; most canners to
shippers around J1.75; bulk bulls,!
Did you note a picture in Sunday'
Oregonlun showing "Miss Mildred Ot
ten, film star, and a Lucky Oregon
Elk." If I'm not mistaken (tie L. O. E.
(who in the picture is acting as picka
back steed for Miss Otten) !snonj
ether than our own Charley Vinier,
who is in Los Anseles at tho Elks
trand lodge convention.
(Signed) Hill, care ot P.. F. O. E.
VV'orld war veteran:) nwaitlnir con
gressional action on the soldiers' re
lief bill will now kindly oln the con.'
gfemtion in singing "In UnCSwcet llyci
and Dye. ,
' . .
There are Women Clubs undVVom
en's Clubs, but after all the cuius the
ladies prefer are broom bundles and
rolling pins. '
(liif I lu n '. V,.f(i
' "What's that hen making all the
AltCADE TOD.W fuss about'"
KAICJ, WHITE COSI1-S I . ' Mie s Jut t laid an egg." '
IX XKW l'O.V I'KTl'ltKl ' "Ht what's she running so for'.'"
Domestic difficulties and martial' Mio 8 trying to beat It."
mishaps have long been u favorite I
subject with tho men w ho make the
novel and tho drama. Big moments In I
the home lite, of a man or woman al-j
ways have a popular appeal. Tilings I
that mirror their own ideas and emu-!
tions catch the fancy of the uveragt
Mike 1 havo a new position with
Weary Ithodes What is it?
.viiKe tm know the fella that goes
.7S4.50; calves steady to shippers, the Arcade Theatre today. Paul
alongside, the train and taps tho axels
to see if everything's all right? Wall,
Such a drama of .realism is "Know! I help him listen.
Your Men," a William Fox production' '
in which 1'earl White is starred and j Clnissifled At tMi ,
which will be-the feature attraction at There arc two kinds of men those
July Clearance Sale
And now is the time to get that Ice Chest that you have
been waiting for. Don't hesitate, and shop early.
Vi; are offering the l.vo best inakt s in America, tho
'.ls-ka" ai'.i "ice King." al v:ry low prices.
A', i kt, ! lar, iuO ..uiid.s, lop ... r. ii. v hilt e.i.iioel. This is a be iiii'f 4
un mil as a wry durable chest i-giilr J75.00; now J.Vi.'M)
'J'lus Ai.ka H1a-, 75 pounds, sole J"oi li:er
Ask for It Higiiiot 152 50; n w
2iuii0c lower to packers; top vealers
Js.SOS: Blockers and feedeis strong
lo 25c higher; good 800-pound feed
ers strong to 25c higher; good 800
pound feeders. $6.65; many stocke:s
around 600 pounds, J5.25jjS.10.
Hogs 70U0; draggy; mostly jjc to
ioc oigner man tsuuruay s average;
best l ghls and mediums to shippers.
I0. 40ft 10.45; 300-pound averages
110.85; lights and mediums to packers.
WO.VIIi 10.40; ttop. $10.50; bulk,
I5'a 10.40; packing sows steady to 10c
higher; stock pigs steady, J 3.75 paid.
Sheep 4j00, killing classes steady;
est ewes, J4.50; best Texas
$5.10; Arteona lambs, $10;
Sloane, who picturized "Over the Hll"
for the screen, is responsible for this
intensely interesting photoplay which
contains many little touches Huch as
have caused "Over the Hill'' to enjoy
a long and si.cehssful run on Uroad-.
way. New York City.
Miss While enac;s the rote of Ellen
Schuyler, aweulthy girl. With the fi
nancial rmn' of her father and deser
tion by the man she loves, her fortune
Is also wiped out. In gratitude, to an
other man who sticks by her, she weds
hiin. inn smouldering In her he.nt
Is her flrtt love, that needs only tho
wethers, , reappearance of the man to llamo
natives, anew. ...
When this occurs comes another
who do what their wives tell them
and those who never mnrry.
Dr. H. M. IJanavan
Announrrs a change of offices from
Temple Huildlhg to Suite 5, llond
Liuilding, over llond Hros. store.
. THE LOST CITY
,. Ccmedy '
FOR SAL E
J I A. M. ti) 8 I',
T. SKADAX - -
DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE
Chronic and Nervous Diseases anc
Diseajtes of Women. X-Ray Electric
A DRAMA OF
. DON'T BLAME
THE STORK ,
is a wry exceptional buy.
A wry durable i best that w ill M.ay cooLls the Alaska,
door I' t r. ' IU gnl.fr $45.00; now
Ice Mm;. ( 0 pound side door leer, Is very popular.
jtiiu $45.0"; now
50 pound side
Aliothr ! King. 50 pound side door h.er, is a very good buy.
Itegulur $3!t.i0; now ' flH.T,
Another Ice King top door, tui'ioind size, was $:i2..'.0; now $T'M
An Ice Kinf jou. can put In your kitchenette and Just the thing, 25
pound top icer. Regular $25.00; now SI7..50
A Kood shade with a good roller 75,.
A hand oil with a guaranteed roller $1.25
Two colors, cream, green.
Cmlksh&nk & Hampton
124-28 E. Webb ' Phone 548
Your Old lurtilliirp Taken In ftxcliciiu as I 'art uyiiH-iit on New
lCxiSuWte Asenu III Pendleton for Acrolux (Xo Whip) Porch
Summer lfh rrevalls
On .VH k .Market. " "
NEW YORK, July 19. (A. P.)
! Miismess on the stock market yester
day totaled scarcely 335.000 shares
Irregular price movements revealed
weakness in certain specialties and
comparative steadiness in seasoned is
ues. Atlantic (lulf, under constant pres
uire In connection with litigation In
volving the company's finances, made
m extreme decline of 3 1-4 points.
Mexican Petroleum" gained three polntn
it one time, but reacted sharply on
heavy offerings, f dishing at a loss of
! 1-1 poiuu. ' i
Ji ireseiit;ttve steels. C'lUipinonlp
imi motors resisted pressure as well
m spec'alties In the leather, textile and
sugar groups. Hulls moved within
-.-on traded limits, some leaders being
Foreign exchanges were more tin
icttled. Demand sterling registered a
new low iiuotation for the scar at
13.59 3-8. French, Italian, SwIks.
Dutch and German rates fell four lo
10 points, with losses of 17 to 50!
points in remittances to Denmark,!
Norway and Sweden.
Last week's hiss of cash reserves bvl
clearing house banks failed to disturb
(local money rates, un the exchanite'
all call loans Vere made at ( per cent
and the little time money available
was ottered at the same figure. HomeJ
tragedy, for Kllen Is turned 'from her
home when she confesses to her lius
hand that she stiM loves this man.
Still more drama follows when her
old sweetheart wishes her to return to
her husband while divorce proceedings
are pending. The last blow brings ti
Illen a relaizatlon .of Jier husband's
true worth and "a. reconuiliation fol
lows, u . "
Res. Ptione 378 R
Dr. 0. 0. FIclchcr, Jr.
iiinoroiMsr and foot
i svi:ci aust
Ingrown NaTs, Ci Houses, Corns,
Rontons, Hioliiii Arrhes and all
kindred allnii nts quickly and pain
lessly relieved. .
Pallors m .Vje-Wui'J Shoe Co.
Have you ever seen the latest Improved
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Our prices are lowi-rand terms easy.
Ask for lieiiloi.niralliin .
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Hotel SI. (a-orgL
When the Emergency
Demands the Unusual
There come times in the life of every car owner
when 1he instant readiness of his car is the most im
portant thing in the day, perhaps in a whole life. -
"Keady lo go, able to1 get there," should be the
unfailing answer of the car in such a. crisis. Valuo
of car performance at such times runs past any
In that connection bear In mind that only the dealer whu
sold you the car can guarantee,!! constant roadablllly.
We have equipped ourselves with tho many things necessary
to dlscharg- this dealer-obligation. -
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