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DAILY EAST OREGONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY 20, 1921.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
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ve Come overs, to vJ Twe Ciu oii or
,SK TOW WHAT 1V4IS IS r3AG.5.
DAILY MARKET (NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
TING ON THc. GROUND. '
1 .CAN. c i
Holt l)w, fchivp
Now, mill Jill If Steady
FYorn The Oregon Jutu nnK
Holm reacted somewhat from the
xtremo rtilvunif of Morula", Imt cattle
ruled steady. Sheep wore slow to
Only Innitm m In demand In the
hep alleys ul North Portland for the
Tuesday t m dr. N arrivals were
kIiouii during the day hut the market
was I.edranKed with wether whleh
found ira tically no favor from buy
ers, liimhn were steady but mutton
whk rut her slow, iilthoiiKh no further
Smooth heavy, 250 to 300
Smooth heavy. 300 lbs.,
St a ps
12.00 ji 13.00
1 1.00 12.00
oodi 1 1. vu
5.00 sr S.Ou
With only u limited run in tho N'orth
l'orttand alleys, the Tuesday cattle
market was considered steady at prac
tically former quotations. In some
quarters there was an undercurrent
of weakness in top cows and heifers
and there may be expected a loss of
price chanties were announced Tues- about 50c In such stock. No offerings!
ileneral sheep and. lamb range:
Kt of mountain lambs t 7.00 ft"
ilext valley lambs d.OOS?
1'nir to Bond lambs 5.00 Sr
-nil luiiilw. 4.00(.i
Ilnhi yearling 4 0iH
Heavy yearlings - S.OOfa
J-lKht wethers , 3.00 W
Heavy wethers S.00.'a
Kwes 1.00 y
Mi'K l(-.t a portion of the enor
mous rise of Monday at the opening of
the Tuesday session at North Portland.
As there was only a handful or so of
new- arrivals in the alleys the market
at licst was of nominal character; al
most too much so to establish prices.
A few odds and ends of so-called tops
were picked up around $13, while the
extreme top was considered at J14.23
and the general top at $14.
Some attributed the lack of strength
here. Tuesday to the fact that no car
load Uts were received.
General hog market ratiffe:
Prime lisht $1 S.Oii ti 1 4.2:
f thin character were noted for the
General cattle market range:
Choice steers $ 6.7." Ci 7.25
Medium to good steers , . 5.50 'if- 6.50
Pair to medium steers . . 4.75 li1 5.50
Common to fair steers .. 3.501( 4 75
Clinic cows and heifers 5.501? 6.00
Medium to good cows and
heifers 4.50:i 5.25
Fair to medium cows and
Common cows, heifers
Ca nners . .
Fair to good feeders . .
Choice dairy calves . ..
Prime light dairy calves 10.00 i 10.50
Med. light dairy calves. . 7.00f(i 10.00
Heavy calves 5.50 (fj- 7.00
4. a 0 si
10.50ft 1 1.00
Some Stocks Show .
Mrciisrth On Market
NEW YOltK. July 20. (A. P.I
Washington today stimulated trading
in stocks. Oils, especially the foreign
THE OLD HOME TOWN
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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.
Vc are offering the uvo best makes in America, the
'ALfka" and "Ice King." at vory low prices.-
AVJ'kb i-tar, pounds, top leer, in v hue eiianiel. This is a be itit:f :1
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Ask for il. Kcgull $52 00; new i'M.M
A very durable chest that will stay cool is the Alaska. 50 pound side
door leer. Kegular $45.00; now li2.30
I CO King. CO pound side door icer. is very popular. Regular
price $45.00; now SU2.34I
Another Ice King. 10 pound side door icer, is a very good buy.
Kegular $3 50; now 2H.o
Another Ice King top door, 40 pound sine, was $32.50; how 22.."ll
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EAoliulie Ageuu tu Feudieton fur Aeroluji (No Whip) I-orch
Kt'onp, early In the session, displayed
activity and strength on rejection by
the house of the proposed tax on Im
ports, lost ground at mid-day, and ral
lied sharply later.
Kails showed more consistent
Steels, equipments, motors and affil
iated Issues followed yesterday's un
certain course. Strensth In several
prominent Issues was offset by heavi
ness in others, notably General Elec
tric, Studebuker and Chandler.
Sugars, tobaccos, leathers and the
more miscellaneous stocks moved
within restricted areas. Total sales of
315,000 shares approximated the year's
low record for a full session.
Fresh reactions occurred In foreign
exchange, with the British rate again
particularly weak. Recoveries) follow
ed when dealers reported moderate
buying of grain and cotton bills for
English and French accounts.
Call money exceeded the demand,
the 6 per cent rate on the exchange
being lowered to 5 u per cent in pri
vate negotiations. Similar conditions
applied to time funds for ivhich a
nominal inquiry was repdrted.
Business is bonds was relatively
greater than in stocks. Liberty issues
showed mixed gains and losses, but
most domestic. and international
groups tended upward . Total sales,
par value, $10,450,000.
Sheep and Cattle
Higher. Hogs Down
KANSAS CITY. Mo., July 20. Cat
tle Receipts, 10,000: better grade.
beef steers, mostly 10ST15O higher:
some 25c. higher; other grades, mostly
steady", top heavy steers, $S.T5; best
1100-pound lots, $9; top heavy mixed
yearlings. $1.65; bullss strong, many
sales $4ffl4."5: calves, steady to 50c
lower, with sorting heavier: best vea'.
ers, $8.50; best stockers. strong: choice
kinds, $6.50; many good lots, $5.40
5. S3: other classes, generally steady:
good and choice cows, $5.23 ii : 5. SD:
common kinds below $4: bulk canners.
:. round $1."5; medium heifers, $5W
6.25; good, S00 to 1100-pound feeders.
Hogs Receipts. 10.000: slow; first
sales to -shippers and traders, 10 fi 15c
lower than yesterday's average: best
lights and medium to shippers, $10.20
ft 10.30; bulk later sales to packers.
351! 40c lower; early top $10.35: hit?
top, $10.10: bulk of sales. $9.75
10.25;; pigs, mostly 25c lower; $9.75
frhpep Receipts, 5000: sheep steadv
to 25c higher; most fat native ewes.
$4.20Ti4.50: few head, $4.75: lambs
steady to 25c lower; natives, $9.10:
Idaho, $10 23.
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Light Offerings Cunsc
Kulls To Ki'siftiT Gain
CHICAOO. July 20. Bulls had the
advantage in the wheat market yester
day largely owing to indications of
continued export demand. The close
was unsettled. Uc to 1HC net higher,
with September SI.2SU to $1.28 1-2
and December $1.32 to $1.32V. Corn
gained 5-Sc to 1 3-Sc and oats 3-4c to
7.S'i te in nrovisions. the outcome
varied from 13c decline to 5c advance. I
Good buying of future deliveries of
wheat for seaboard account was gen
erally taken to mean that export busi
ness was In progress. Bulls also put
stress on reports that country offerings
were light and that rains in Kansas
and Nebraska had interfered with the
threshing. Weakness of sterling ex
change counted at times as a bearish
influence, but the effect failed to last.
Expectance that vessel loadings here
this week would be liberal gave
strength to the corn market.
Outs were affected by continued
bullish threshing returns.
Provisions averaged lower in sym
pathy 'with downturns in the value of
Presents the Associated Producers Special
PKAItli Willi T. COMKS
IX NEW EOX PH'l l Hi;
Only 10 Peril-lit
Of Oregon Wool Held
Not over 10 per cent of the Oregon
wool clip remains to be disposed of
The largest accumulation left is at
Baker and the remaining clips arc
scattered throughout the state. This
surplus will gradually be worked off,
either by sale or consignment.
There is not much demand for wool
at present and the feeling in the mar
ket is a little easier than it was. Most
of the western sections have been
cleaned out except Montana and in
that state the bulk of the clip, which
is smaller this year than usual, has
been disposed of.
In the east manufacturers continue
to buy wool in a moderate manner.
taking stocks only as they need them
and selecting the best wools available
always. A fair quality of wool is goinj
into consumption constantly and so
prices keep steady as a general thing.
although some types of scoured wool i
notably the poorer descriptions of
Cape, have been a little easier.
DICS ARC, .Mo.. July 20. (I. X. S.)
Boy, page the water moccasins! And
if you find one of them wearing a pair
of trousers that seem too large, page
H. C. Powell. Xot that Mr. Powell
will redeem tbem, but just to ease his
Powell went fishing. He stood in
shallow water. A snake dance began
when a moccasin crawled up his leg.
With simultaneous thought and action
Powell decided the trousers were too
small for both hims.-lf and the snake.
Women nearby didn't understand the
details and screamed hysterically as
''pantless" Mr. Powell ran panting by.
EMERY TO FIGHT FOR
! ADJUSTED COMPENSATION
i ORAM) RAPIDS. Mich.. July 20.
(U. P.) Major Emery, national chiii"
j manlier of the American legion, left
i for Washington where he will continue
!to fight for the former service men's
i,,ii.-ijn ii,7ii. lie aim. ifiuiifj
to go to New York to arrange for the ;
'Legion's French pilgrimage.
Ode to summer
ttolling down in waves about you
Melting all the pep that's in you
I Peat !
Spoiling all the clothes you've got
Making dispositions hot
Searching for just one cool spot
Heat Heat Heat!
The sight of bare-legged youngsters
wriggling their toes In the cool waters .
of the mill race makes us all remem-j
her were never too old to wish'wii
could go wading in the creek again.
It's plain some men are not made of I
dust, or else they would dry up once in ;
a while. j
The busiest lady of our aciiuaintance j
is spending the summer in a shaily
spot embroidering a pale pink flea
upon a silken blanket for her pet
Being bored. Agatha, is not knowing
what to do next and not doing it If you
We are not greatly surprised that
artificial eyebrows are now on tho
market. Home enterprising manufac
turer very logically concluded that
such adornments would sell, knowing
that the girls (from flappers to grand,
mothers) have been pulling out their
own eyebrows and that new ones have
not been growing In.
Domestic difficulties and martial
mishaps have long been a favorite
subject with the men who make the
novel and the drama. Big moments in
the home life of a man or woman al
ways have a, popular appeal. Things
that mirror their Own ideas and emo
tions catch the fancy of the average
Such a drama of realism is "Know
Your Men," a William Pox production
In which Pearl Whito is slr.rred and
which will be the feature attraction at
the Arcade Theatre today. Paul H.
SJoane, who picturized "Over the Hill"
: for the screen, is responsible for this
j Intensely interesting photoplay which
I contains many little to'jches such as
have caused "Over the Hill" to enjoy
a long and successful run on Broad
way. New York City.
Miss White enac;s the role of Ellen
.Schuyler, a wealthy girl. With the fi
nancial ruin of her father and deser
tion by the man she loves, her fortune
is also wiped out. In gratitude to an
other man who slicks by her, she weds
him. But smouldering in her heart
is her first love, that needs only the
reappearance of the man to flame
When this occurs conies another
tragedy, for Ellen is turned from her
home when she confesses to her hus
band that she still 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 to
Ellen a relaiaition of her husband's
true worth and a reconciliation follows.
AND ALL STAR CAST
II A. M. to I.
700 ACRES OF TIMBER
IS BEING DESTROYED BY
LARGE FOREST FIRE
'NOTHING TOO GOOD FOR
SOLDIERS WE KEPT OUR
PROMISE' SAYS COLONEL
EL'OKXl-.'. July IS. (!' P. I Seven
hundred acres of green timber Is be
ing destroyed by a forest fire near
Vesper on the lower Columbia river,
according to airplane observers of the
Oregon-Washington patrol. The flames
spread rapidly since Saturday. Small
COLUMBUS, Ohio, July 20. (I. X
S.I The fact that the ex-scrvlce man
Is becoming embittered toward the
financial and business interests of the
country by reason of their opposition
I to adjusted compensation for him is
) laying the roundution for a far greater
I economic loss than would the pay
ment of a cash bonus."
There ale the words of Colonel H.
M. Bush, member of the Ohio National
Guard, well known throughout Ohio,
and who saw active servlco overseas
during the recent World War.
Argil In f in favor of the cash bonus
for soldiers, addressing the military
committee, of the Columbus Chamber
fires are reported in various localities of Commerce, Colonel Bush continued
throughout the northwest.
Airplunert in their flight to the oil
"ieli.'s of pert Norman ho frigiitened
the Indians that it was with difficulty
they could be prevented from shooting
at the 'devil birds." At one n-ttle-Mi-pt
Hie entire populace tool; lo the
"We promised the American soldier
when he went to Prance nothing
would be too good for him when he re
turned. We have kept our word for
nothing Is what he has received."
The United States is the largest fur
producing and fur consuming country
in the world.
j Chester It. Martin to Frank J. (Juin
'lan. $1.00, east half of lots 15 and 16,
j Block :'6;, He. Add. Pendleton.
! Bertha B. W. Iuglln to Bishop S.
j Paddock. $1.00 Lot 8, Block 13, or
tlglnal plat of Hermiston mil! Lot 3.
ijBloeK H. Second Add., Hermieton.
"Perhaps You Don t Know"
says the pood Judge
How long a little of
the Real Tobacco
Chew will last.
Nor how much gen
uine chewing satisfac
tion the full, rich real
tobacco taste will give.
Ask any man who uses
the Real Tobacco Chew.
He will tell you that
this class of tobacco
will give more satisfac
tionand at less cost
than the ordinary kind.
Put up in two styles
W-B CUT is a lopg fine-cut tobacco
RIGHT CUT is a short-cut tobacco
j DR. LYNN K. BLAKESLEE
i Chronic and Nervous Diseases nd
i Diseases of Women. X-Itay Kiectric
A DRAMA OF $
WEAKNESS AND X
DON'T BLAME I
THE LOST CITY
We have in our stock standard makes of 2'Zo
ton Pneumatic and Solid Tire Trucks and arc
offering at this time for the benefit of prospect
ive purchasers, a substantial discount in price
and exceptionally easy terms. It will pay you
to investigate, if you contemplate purchasing a
Oregon Motor Garage
119-121 West Court St.