East Oregonian : E.O. (Pendleton, OR) 1888-current, July 28, 1921, DAILY EDITION, SECTION TWO, Page PAGE TEN, Image 10

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DAILY EAST ORE50OTA3T, PEIHJLETON, OREGON, THERSDAY EVENING, JULY 28, 1921.
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DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
Including Pendltston Pricei and Aitociated Presi Saporta
ltte Frit-
I nchmiirod In IVrtliinil
tFrom The Oregon Journal)
Only two IiuiiIk of liventmk and a
tew wnKnn arrivals were ch'wn at
North riwtlnnd Wednesday. HoKs
were Wendy to higher, cuttle were
steady, while heep were unchanged.
In the hug alley a lack of carload
lot wan nhnwn In the Wednesday
nude. A few drive-Ins fame forward
nnd a limited volume of these "went
ill 13, hiil there wan not sufficient to
cnnhllxh the general market nt that
price.
General hog market ranpe:
Prime HKht 1!.0(IW1!.T5
Mmiw.ih heavy, 250 to 300
pound lO.OOS'll.OO
Pmooth heavy, 300 U.,
up 9.0010.00
Rough heavy .00rt 10.00
Pat plE 12.00 IS 12.50
Feeder pips 11.00912.00
Slap 5.00 8.00
Slownefia permeates the general
sheep and lamb situation at North .
Portland for Wednesday. Only a small
fresh mock came forward, but the
market la flopped wiih stale stuff.
General trend indicates weakness.
General sheep ana l..m!i ran?e:
ICast of mountain lambs $ S.onnf .50
Hest valley lamLs -r "n5? .
Fair to pood liunbs .... 5.0fl? 5.50
'ull l.'imi- i.onw 5. on
Light yearlings - 3.50 6? 4.5
Heavy jearlinfts 3.0001 3.50
Littht wethers 3.00 fir 3.50
Heavy wethers 2.00 S.0I
Kwe 1.00 3.00
Trend of the cattle market was Just
about steady at North Portland Wed
nesday. New arrivals were limited,
but there was sufficient for the mid
week demand and prices were un-
I changed generally.
General cattle market ranire:
Choice steers S .00? 8.50
Medium to pood steers .. 5.5A1r .00
Pair to medium steers . . 4."5 5.50
Thoice. cows and heifers 4.75 ?f 5.25
Medium to good cows and
heifers O0? 4.75
Fair to medium cow and
heifers S.0t? 4.00
Common cows, heittrs . . 2.25 i 3.00
banners i l.SOifr 2.25
Bulls 2.60 S.60
Choice feeders 4.25W 4.75
Fair to good feeders .... 3.25 fif 4.50
Choice dairy calves 10.50Sf ll.00
Prime light dairy calves 10. OOff 10.50
Med. lipht dairy calves.. 7.004f 10.00
Heavy calves 5.50 fji 7.0o
Standard Issues on
Stoi-k Market Higher
NEW YORK. July JR. (A. P.)
Weakness of various speculative spec
ialties and a steady to firm tone for
standard sales based larpely on relax
ed monetary conditions, were sharply
contrasting features of yesterday's
stock market.
Leaders of the reaction at gross re
cessions of 2 to 8 points included
Pressed Steel Car, American Car, Pull
man. International Harvester, Central
Leather common and preferred, Sears-
THE OLD HOMETOWN
By Stanley
Roebuck and Famous Players,
I'nlted Drug overshadowed all other
issues, however, opening at an addi
tional decline of 5 Vi points, extending
this loss to 20 n at midday and fin
ishing at a net reversal of 17 .
There was considerable mystery
connected with the collapse of this
stock until the last half ot the session,
when It became known that Louis K.
Llgget. president of the company, had
placed his affairs in the hands of trus
tees. I'nlted Stntes Steel vwas well sup
ported, traders evidently placing a fav
orable interpretation on the showing
made In the second quarterly report.
Affiliated stocks held steady with oils
of the better type but the entire list
shaded toward the end when equip
ments were under severe pressure.
Sales 465,000 shares.
Italian nnd Dutch rates at reduc
tions of 20 to 30 points featured the
very erratlo foreign exchange market
French and other continental bills
were slightly lower, but sterling was
relatively steady.
Public utility and convertible rails
were the strongest issues in a fairly
active and broad bond market. Liberty
and International bonds were Irregu
lar. Total sales, par value, 310,250,-000.
f" TsC BAtfL CAME AND TMe BACK vrfNtfew in TOO B0WKMARCT3
j STORE B&OKS UP SIMULTANEOUSLY TOOAY.
LEADERSHIP
Close observers of nature know that animals have
leaders, .strength and ciiiuiiiig keeping them at the
bead of the weaker one. Kven in plant lire there Is
going on continually a process of crowding and tU
niiimlifin. This is exactly what is happening with mankind,
there are and always will be leaders and others who
trail. He, who saves his earnings, will be In a much
better position to take the lead.
Savings A counts ac opened at this hank every
day.
The American National Bank
Pendleton. Oregon.,
'Strongest Sank in Castern Oregon'
Kxnort Demand and
Mark Selling Boosts Prices
CHICAGO. July 28. (A. T.) Indi
cations that the harvest movement
from the soft wheat states was about
over had a bullish effect on the wheat
market. Prices closed nervous, 2 to
34c net higher, with September $1.27
W 1.27U and December $1.28 0 1.29.
Corn gained 4 iff lc and oats finished
Vic off to l-8c up. In provisions the
outcome was unchanged to lSfJl'c
higher.
Evidence that country selling of
wheat was abruptly falling off caused
the opinion to gain ground that the
maximum of receipts had been passed
so far bb the winter crop was concern
ed, and that a majority ot farmers
were binding the rest of their winter
wheat to hold for higher prices. Be
lief that current export business was
much In excess of the published totals
counted also as a strengthening factor.
Besides, gossip was circulated that do
mestic milling consumption promised
to be much larger than during last
year. Another strengthening influence
was the government weekly crop re
port which commented on unsatlsfaC'
tory yields in the eastern portion of
the spring wheat belt, and in many
sections of the winter wheat region.
About the only bearish news was a
favorably summary of the European
crop outlook as to wheat.
Need of rain in Iowa, Indiana and
other states gave an upward slant to
the corn market. Oats were relatively
weak owing to heavy sales attributed
to an eastern exporter.-
Firmness in the provision market
was due in the main to the fact that
hogs had risen to the highest quo'"
tions this season.
Cattle Stroue, Hogs
and Sheep Ijower.
KANSAS CITY. Mo., July 28. (U.
3. Bureau of Markets.) Cattle, 10,
000: beef steers nnd yearlings steady
to 25c higher; best heavy steers 39.25
several loads dry-fed, 38.75 9.1 5
Texas $5.65?f 7.50; best Kansas grass-
ers, 37.50 W 7.80: read yearlings,
$10; top otherwise, $9.50; fat sh
stock active, fully steady: good and
choice cows. $5.25 ? 5.75; common
and medii-m t'ostly, $3.504.25.
gocit heifers, $ii.357.40; can.it"
strong: bulk. $2.25 1 2.50; best calves
strong: others steady to weak; top
vealers, $8 8.25; othei classes steady;
medium quality feeders, $6.25 V R.iO;
most atuekere, 15 iff 5.50; good ki I??,
$6.00.
Ho?s 4?0O open slow mostly
35c hirrhor; clce active mostly 40c
higher; m ts rr.ore; lights ana medi
ums to packers and shipers.
prime 375-pound averages, $10.10:
mixed loads. $10.50 W10.90; bulk of
sales, $10.50 11.
Sheep 5000, killing classes, 25 W 50c
lower; best ewes, $5; wethers, $5.80;
native lambs, $9.10; Arizonas, $9.50.
For cleaning tiles try a cream made
of soft soap and skimmed milk.
HOLY SMOKE
ST. LOUIS, Mo., July 28. Pipes,
like cats, always come home. So says
Bob Wise, local telegrapher, who has
had returned to him from Chicago a
friendly shell of a "smoke wagon'
which was left on the desk of a friend
he was visiting. Two years ago the
same pipe was returned from New-
York by a friend. A year before that
the clerk of a Savannah, Ga.. hotel
sent the pipe back to Wise, after he
had left it in his room.
July Clearance Sale
Among the odds and ends we have many very attractive patterns in linoleum of
the most desirable colors. Linoleum and Feltex in room sizes:
DO NOT OVERLOOK THESE HUGE
SAVINGS IN TABLES
A beautiful Mission Library Table, fum
ed finish, and solid oak. Former
price, $65.00; now $35.00
A larffe oval shape Library Table, solid
oak, in the golden finish. This one
slightly used, at only $25.00
Another Solid Oak Library Table which
has been slightly damaged in shipping.
Kegular ?25.00; now $13.50
A handsome genuine quarter sawed Oak
library Table, size 26x42. Regular
$:J8.00; now $20.50
A gorgeous period Library Table in Wil
liam and Mary and genuine mahog
any. Very large. This Is a snap. Regu
lar $68.50; now $42.50
Inlaid in the regular grade, former price
$2.50, now $1.89
Printed Linoleum in the best grade, for
mer price $1.50, now 99c
Feltex remnants, best quality, former
price $1.00, now 69c
Cruikshank & Hampton
QUAUTV COUNTS'
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Vuur trtd lirjiltnm Taken In ETcliange as ran Payment on Xew. Kienive Agent in Pendleton
for Aerolui (No Will ) I'onh Shade.
OUTBURSTS OF EVERETT TRUE
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OFFICE CAT
MEXICO CITY, July 28. (A. P.)
The chamber of deputies voted down
the request of President Obregon for
extraordinary powers to adjust Article
27 in the constitution which national
izes the oil deposits. The article has
long been a stumbling 'block between
Mexico and the United States, the lat
ter declaring it confiscatory. The
deputies' action is regarded as a defin
ite split between Obregon and his
party.
TURTLES; OWLS BITE
MARTIN'S FERRY. Ohio, July 2S.
CI. N. S.) William Morgan, camping
on Captlna Creek, baited two hooks
with meat to catch turtles.
Examining the hooks later, he found
the bait intact.
80 he twirled the lines, preparatory
to casting them into the stream again.
They caught in a tree and he left them
there.
Next morning, two large owls were
found hanging to the lines, having
been caught -while nibbling nt the
meat.
The mortality for consumption to
day is only one-tenth of what is was
fifty years ago.
: t To A ItifKik
You sing to me a wistful strain
Of ways you may not ruji again
Thro- woodland warbling ,bini
breeze,
O murmurer of melodies.
The blue above Is In your soul,
The blue beyond your living goal
Enchanted skies, eternal seas,
O murmurer of memories. V. Q.
and
BY JUNIUS
We're anxious to see the. buffalo
which the Pendleton Trading Co. is to
import for Pendleton's Christmas din
ner. Most of the huffalocs we've seen
were oil nickels and we got only a
fleeting glimpse of those.
Cheer l p
Your sins are bound to find you out
Is this a warning, men
For if they do, there Is no doubt,
They'll surely call again.
If there were only three men in the
world they would probably start a CO'
operative still.
A T.lttle Surprise
Ha had worn the suit until every.
on? was tired of it and his wife was
ashamed of him. But one day when
ho drove to town he decided to buy a
new suit and a happy thought struck
him. He would surprise Eliza. So he
bundled a new suit into the wagon and
hurried toward home. At the bridge
he stood up In the wagon and "peeled
off the despised old suit and threw
it Into the river. Then he reached for
his new clothes.
They were gone hud Jolted out of
the wagon.
The night was dark and cold and his
teeth chattered as he scurried home.
But he certainly did surprise Eliza.
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FOR HAPPI
BY DAVID m. cmrRcir
(International Xcwb Service Staff
Correspondent.)
WASHINGTON, July 28. One ver
satile gentleman Is this Dr. Wilbur K.
Crafts, Ph. I)., reformer extraordinary
Having old Beelzebub on the Jump,
ond having raised something of a
ruckus In New Jersey over the recent
"battle of the century," the well
known and amiable doctor cornea
along with a dash of romance.
The doctor Is giving a bit ot advice
cn heart-tinkering today. "How to be
happy though married" Is a hackneyed
text, but the doctor hag chosen it.
"Two of the most necessary articles
to put In stock In a new home are a
saving sense of humor and a habit of
not taking oneself too seriously," nd
vises the reform leader.
"One of the most, essential things to
home happiness is that the wife shall
lint have to come daily as a beggar to
her husband for money, but shall have
in life the control of at least the
"third" she Is entitled to by law If her
husband dies, the doctor prescribes.
"Usually the wife can spend most
wisely at least that much of the Joint
product of their wisdom and work. But
in any case she should have her fixed
share of Income und study how to use
it wisely.
"Most of all In the parentlal rela
tion the partnership with nod in the
highest work of creation, the sacred
ness and chlvary of sex should nevef
te degraded by coarseness of word or
deed."
And there you have the doctor' pre.
scriptlon for complete domestic fell
city. Of course the doctor's sally Into the
field of domestic relations is but by
way of diversion, and he wants it dis
tinctly understood that his chief busi
ness line Is that of the "cheerful re
former." Dr. Crafts uses the sobriquet of
"cheerful reformer"' adversedly. too,
for he has come up smiling after every
battle whether he won or lost.
The fact that the Dempsey-Carpen-tler
battle was pulled off at per
schedule, that the antl-prohlbition
parade was staged In New York, and
that divorce cases continue to be em
blazoned on the front pages of the
newspapers, the doctor still wears a
smile and Insists that this wicked old
world is getting better every day.
There is Just one flea pn the reform
physician's soup of Joy these days and
that Is reform opposition, to wit, one
Rev. Noah Cooper, of Nashville, Tenn.,
who Is striving to stop all commercial
activities on Sunday. This movement
by the Rev. Mr. Coopor is "Impracti
cal," Dr. Crafts declares, and may put
the whole reform business on the skids
if it is allowed to proceed.
Nevertheless, the doctor Isn't ex
actly worried. Worry doesn't figure in
his philosophy, and he Is hopping
around with his Joyous songs from city
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SOLO BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
MEDICINAL ROOTS, HERBS,
BARKS AND BERRIES
And other alteratives, tonics on4
health-giving ingredients that are rev
ommended in the best medie ' booki
are combined in Hood's Harsaparillu.
It builds up the blood, improves the
appetite, invigorates the digestion,
tones the stomach and gives nerve
strength go ns to promote permanent
good health. Has merited and hel.i
the praise of three generations. You
should give it a trial.
As a gentle thorough cathartic many
recommend Hood's Pills. ... 4
to city, full of reform and enthusiasm.
No matter what your attitude may
be towards reform movements yon
certainly have to admit that for a
gentleman of three score and more
years the Itev. Dr. Crafts Is a "live
wire.''
. ASK FOR and GET
Horlicl.'s
Th Original
Malted Milk
for Infant and Invalid .
Avoid Imitations and Sabttitatef
WE WILL GLADLY
Call for Trays
Left at your place, with
no charge to you. Just
phone
The QUELLE
PIS
'lip
Poorly adjusted or in
correct glasses are inex
cusable get them right
here. 1
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American National Bank
Building.
Hauling
Phone
Han's Transfer
Res. Phone 378-1
20
Ernest Jackson and Ms bride are takln lim w.ik
continent. Here they are at Indiunapolis, 29 days after they left New
Tork. Jackson, wounded 14 times while a member of the First Division,
joined the American Legion acd his wife the Women's Auxiliary at
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We have in our stock standard makes of 2Va
ton Pneumatic and Solid Tire Trucks and are
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
Truck.
Oregon Motor Garage
119-121 West Court St.
Phone 468
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