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OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
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(from the Oregon Journal)
Hbeip were the principal offering In
the Nurih J'oitland nlU Wednesday,
mily b small quantity of cattle and
hnr being available. Mors wore
weaker, cattle were nominally steady,
while li"'p were steady at the late de
dine of Tuesday.
While there wan only a handful or
o of horn In tho North Portland al
ii yd Wednesday morning, the under
tone of the market was somewhat de
lireswcl. Wltlle 1( was received for
small lightweight stock of quality, the
average for the morning trade was
(ironnd 112.75ft 1 3.0.
(Jeneral hog market range:
Prime Kent 11,1.00 ff 14.(10
Hmooth heavy, TfiO to 300
Fmnnih heavy, 300 lbs.,
up 11.00 5? 15. 00
Hough heavy T.OOitr 11.00
Fat pigs U.OOff 14.00
Feeder pig 11.00 12.00
Stars 6.00 ff 8.00
While there were fair receipts of
rattle at North Portland Wednesday,
the bulk of the supply was for outside
account and did not stop here. In gen
Tal the market was considered nomtn
Hlly steady nt previous quotations.
Hulls were the only exception, and they
(ieneral cattle market range:
Choice steers $ t.'Sft
Medium to good steers . . 5.50 iff
fair to medium steers . . 4.75 T
Common to fair steers .. 3.50 iff 4.75
Choice rows and heifers 5.50i 6.00
Medium to rood enws and
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The Broad Scope of
ten Bank Service
This bank is more than
can be safely and conv
are some of the various
can serve you:
Safe, convenient; saves
time, prevents errors,
furnishes receipts, gives
Notes, drafts and other
items, local and for
eign, collected for you.
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.
We are offering the two best makes in Anurioa, tho
"Al.-ka" and "Ice King." at vory low prices.
A', rkt. Mar, luO pounds, top f.er. ii: v ititc enamel. This is a beiui7 :1
in well us a vciy durable chest lii-gul-r $75. ')0; now 5.'i.'0
This Alaska Ptar, V5 pounds, siile Joor leer, Is a very exceptional buy.
Ask for it. lagul.it 52 50; new $39.W
A very durable cliest that will stay cool is the Alaska. 00 pound side
door leer. Regular $45.00; now $32.50
Ice King. TO pound side door icer, is very popular. Regular
price $45.00; now $32.."0
Another Ice King. 50 pound side door icer, is a very good buy.
Regular $39.60; now $28.30
Another Ice King top door, 40 pound size, was $32.50; now $22.50
An He King you can put In your kitchenette and Just the thing, 25
pound top Icer. Regular $25.00; now $17.50
A good shade with a good roller "'
A hand oil with a guaranteed roller $1.25
Two colors, cream, green.
Cruiksh&nk & Hampton
1 24-28 E. Webb Phone 548
Tor Old 1'urnlture Tlen In F'li F Payment on New
L-i4uklie Areata la Pendlrinn for At-rolu tNo Whip) Porch
Including Pendleton Pricei and Associated Preii Report!
Fair to medium cows ami
Common cows, heifers . .
Fair to good feeders ....
Choice dairy calves .
Prime light dairy calves 10.00 -10.50
Med. light diiry calves.. T.OOWlO.Oo
Heavy calves 5.50 if 7.0i
At the lower prices named In the
late Tuesday afternoon sales, the North
Portland sheep and lamb market was
considered about steady.
General sheep and lamb ranee:
East of mountain lambs $ 7 . 0 0 (f?
Best valley lambs .00
Fair to Rood lambs 5.00 49
Light yearlings 4.00 ffi
Heavy yearlings - 5.00$J
Light wethers S.00
Heavy wethers 2.001??
More Activity Shown
On Stock Kxclinngc.
NEW YORK, July 21. (A. P.)
Business on the stock exchange yester
day was broader and a little more ac
tive. Firmness during the early and
intermediate stages gave way to irreg
ularity at the close. There were no
indications that shorts had .materially
reduced their commitments.
Oils as a group continued to govern
the dealings. Foreign issues were hes
itant, their course being ascribed to
the heavy export tolls levied by the
Rails held and in some noteworthy
simply a place where money
eniently left. Listed below
facilities in which this bank
For every member of
your family. Encour
ages thrift, teaches
Tour valuables kept
safe from fire and
Sank in Gastern Oregon i
Instances augmented yesterday's mod
erate gains, presumably in expectation
that the transportation executives soon
would submit a funding plan accept
able to tho Washington administration.
Otherwise rhnnires n-nrA rnnt'iisito?
jsteels, equipments, motors ami sundry
Ispeclalties tending mainly upward, hut
leasing gradually toward the end. To
jbaceos and several of the obscure rails
were heavy throughout. Pales am
lounted to 350,000 shares,
j Further cutting of steel prices is
j imminent, according to trade authori
jties. Money and call loans held at 6
per cent. Later the quotations fell to
5 1-2 tor call loans In the open mar
ket. In the absence of further buying of
hills, foreign exchange developed re
current weakness. The London quota
tion approximated its recent minimum
figure and French and Belgian rates
Liberty issues closed mainly at mod
erate gains and the general tone of the
bond market was firm. Total sales,
par value, $10,175,000.
PoMsihlo Railroad l-'.nihargo
Causes Wheat to Slacken.
CHICAGO, July 21. (A. r.l Rig
receipts and possibility of a railroad
embargo against grain shipments to
Chicago led to downward swings to
day in the price of wheat. Closing
quotations were heavy, 1 3-4 to 3
cents net lower. September. $1.25
3-4 to $1.2S and December $1.29 1-4
to $1.29 1-2. Corn lost 3-4c to 1 1-2'if
1 l-3c and coats 3-8c to 1 3-SW 1 l-2c.
Provisions closed 5 cents lower to a
With estimates current that 2000
carloads of wheat were on tracks here
unloaded and with new arrivals today
totaling 654 cars, the wheat market
was on the decline during the greater
part of the session. Continuance of
elevator labor troubles was a factor
in making the storage situation acute
and in raising the quotation whether
a temporary embargo might be re
quired to relieve the congestion. On
the other hand, exporters bought
800,000 bushels here and New York
advised of 250,000 bushels sold for ex
port to Germany.
Suport was lacking, however, and
the close was near the bottom.
Auspicious crop reports had a bear
ish effect on the corn market. Oats
declined with corn, although firm for
a while, owing to exaggerated reports
of export bs.-ilness.
Provisions were steadied by asser
tions that Germany had purchased 3,
000,000 pounds of lard.
Offered. On .Market
PORTLAND, July 21. (A. P.)
Oregon tomatoes are now coming Into
the market in large quantities and in a
short time now there will be an ample
supply to take care of all demands.
The quotation on Oregons Is now $2.50
r 2.75 and it is expected that these
prices will drop shortly as the tomatoes
become more plentiful.
Shipments of melons yesterday in
cluded a quantity of honey dews. They
went readily at $2.25.
- Dinuba and Turlock cantaloupes are
now on the market in quantities and
are supplanting in a large measure the
Imperial valley melons, the supply of
which is rapidly becoming exhausted
Receipts yesterday included one car of
Turlocks. They went at $1.75 for flat"
to $3.50 for ponies and $4 for 45s.
Xew apples are now coining in in
small quantities. Early cooking varle
ties from The Dalles were quoted on
the street yesterday at from $2 to
$3.50. It was announced that a ship
ment of California Gravensteins is due
to get In tomorrow. They are expect
ed to go at around $3 to $3.50 a box.
Hogs Off, Cattle
And Sheep Steady.
OMAHO, July 2". (United States
Bureau of Markets.) Hogs 18,500;
35 to 50c lower; bulk better grades.
$8.75? 9.50; top, $9.75; packing grades
Cattle 7000; Choice yearlings and
handyweight steers steady ;top year
lings, $9.40; others and she stock
mostly 10c to 25c lower; veals lower;
stockers and feeders firm.
Sheep 13,500; lambs strong; early
top, westerns, $10; some held higher;
best native Iambs, $9.25; sheep strong;
native ewes $5; feeders higher, $7.25
paid for feeding lambs.
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GATHER A FGW OP Vovjft.
Why Is This Thus
The alarm clock Jingles on the stand
The phone rings out Its wild demand
In silence my key unlocks the door
In stocking feet I tread the floor
vt'ith nnlsless steps I rross the hall,
From the bedroom rings the clarion
"John, march right in here and ex
plain why you're coming home at
this hour of the morning.
Owing to tho shortness of their
skirts, fewer women have been vic
times of .street accidents during the
past year, yet statistics show that in
the same period of time, the accidents
to men have increased in number.
What's the answer?
"I don't like these photographs at
all." he said. "I look like an ape."
The photographer favored him with
a glance of lofty disdain.
"You should have thought of that
before you had them taken." was his
One of our old friends hiis returned
to Pendleton after an absence of four
years. He remarks that the first four
people he met didn't remember h(m
and the next three didn't know he had
The Walla Wallu-Pnndlcton stage
Carries a sign "Round trip $1.25; one
way $1.50." Simply a case of getting
less for more money.
We looked over a life insurance
policy today and were surprised to see
"Do you drink liquor and ir so, to "what
Answpr: Depends on the brand.
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SOCCTMI M G OUT
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pAVORtTe Ue?DS AMOj
LIES AND IiOVES IV
"SHE IjOVES AND 1.IES"
Does a woman lio when she loves?
She certainly does, and Norma Tal
madge proves It in "She, Loves and
Lies," a Select special in which the
popular star Is appearing at the Ar
cade theatre today.
True, Miss Talmadge has a good ex-
cuso for her fibs, for she must win a
fortune and in order to do this she
must marry a man, while she is mas
querading as a woman of fifty-two,
who happens to be the nun she really
loves and he really believes she is the
age she represents.
Some task, but Miss Talmadge Is so
versatile that she not only makes the
aged woman convincingly lovely, hut
compels her youthful husband to be
come so wrapped up in her that when
he has a chance to escape what to
some would prove a distasteful mar
riage,, he will not let her go.
Then comes the surprise iwhen the
young man finds out that his bride Is
a girl full of the buoyancy of youth
and the Joy of living.
SCREEN VERSION' OP
A fortune teller in Salviatti's circus.
It is while acting In this capacity that
her son comes to her. He, too, has
been crushed in the scientific certi
tude of his father. Realizing his need
for a mother's care, Renee is virtually
reborn. She begins to undo tho harm
wrought by the husband. She gives
up the circus to be near her son. She
establishes herself as a seeress. Her
And in her regeneration she brings
about the salvation of Stephen. Rut
how she achieves her end through the
urge of mother-love afid the psychic
phenomena which enables her to win
out are tremendous climaxes of the
story which must be seen to be ap
preciated. One Is made to think and
to weep at the same time. Miss Ram
beau, In "The Fortune Teller," Is at
her best. Her dramatic power and her
faultless technique dominate the pic
ture and make the screen story even
more entertaining and Instructive than
the stage performance. Her transfor
mation from a cultured and beautiful
woman to the torn thing in the little
circus sideshow can only be classed as
extraordinary. Miss Riimbeau, In "Tho
Fortune Teller," has scored the great
est' triumph of her career.
THE MOST MAG
ER STORY EVER
Children 5c ; ; ;
"SheLoves and Lies"
From tlio Story of llw Sumo
Name by Wllkle Collins
HEADS I WIN TAILS YOU LOSE.
THAT WAS THE GAME SHE
She Loved and She Lied and Cupid But
A Rollicking Comedy Drama with Nor
ma Talmadge in the Most Pleasing Role of
Present the Aociated Producer Special
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