TEN PAGES DAILY EAST 0REG0N1AN, PENDLETON, OREGON, WEDNESDAY EVENING, AUGUST 31, 1921. PACE TEN OUTBURSTS EVERETT TRUE 30B! I 1 I I W si .ii .re DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL la eluding Pendleton Prices and Associated Presi Boporti a I w m.m . Sit DEPARTMENT S10KES " '- fF e Sr.,. ...... L, lflrr IjwiiIm In IXmnnd at Portland From Tlie Oregon Journal.) Only two small loads of livestock came to North Portland at the opening nt the Turday trade und market con ditions were generally of steady char Biter. Of cpoclal Intercut at the moment U the quit excellent cemiind for feeder Iambi. Considering the poor condl 1 1on nf the sheep and lamb trade as well lit the wool situation recently, Much a demand ami movement of feed er muff 1b surprising. That the sheep und lamb market as well ho wool are destined Jor higher ValtiPH Is the guess being made by lead Ms of the trade. Feeders In 'any wnt re showing disposition to take hold of iitock and there appears to be plenty of money for their requirements. Temporarily there Is a sluggish tone for lambs, with valley stock; down about a quarter and a top of $6.50, while light yearlings are up 2oc to 60c at 4.r,o top. Oer.eral sheep and Ir.mb ranee: Kast of mountain lamls S 6.50 ft 7.00 Hem valley lambs 6.00jf 6.50 Fair to good lambs ... 5.00 6.00 Cull lambs - l.bO S.00 Feeder lambs 4.50 55.00 Light yearlings 4.004 4.50 Heavy yearlings 2.50 3.00 Usht wethers 1.60 dp J. 00 Heavy Wethers . .- 2.00 2.50 Kwes 1.00 ? 2.00 Only a handful of fresh stock ap peared Tuesday in the cattle alleys at North Portland. Oeneral trade condi THE OLD HOME TOWN . "' . . . , -m s!7 J I the trouble M 4 ,V GAVE THE YOUNS MAN A SEVERE SCOlD'NQ TO GET RICH QUICK ts alriglit, bat usually It is the other fellow who is Cot ting The Riches". Why risk your money in a scheme that vanishes over night and leaves you discouraged and money leas? Always question and thoroughly Investigate the safety of an investment Uiat promises sure and large profits. , Keep jour money hi this strong bank, where it will be safe front lot. Xet it accumulate in an interest yielding Savings Account, until yon have enough for a home, or a business or an education. A Savings Account means "Ready Money' and you too can have such an account. . The AmencariNaiional Bank Pendleton. Oregon. 'Xtmnttoet HanJc in Gastern Oregon" 6 Arcade Children, 10c POLA NEGRI IN "GIPSY BLOOD" The Nation responded to the wonderful appeal of PoU Negri in "Passion.".. How much greater then will be the response when the incomparable star reveals a newer art, fire-filled and magnetic as the beguiling Carmencita of Seville in "Gipiy Blood.".. Vast panoramas of multi tude and keener, closer flashes of the love of Carmencita and the man "who couldn't ay 'no' " reflect, too, the ge nius of Lubitsch, producer of "Passion" and creator of this new screen triumph... Can any fulfilment of dramatic art greater than this be achieved ? ALSO A CLEVER COMEDY tions were quiet, but a steady tone was indicated. Former prices were con tinued. ,- OencrU cattle market ranee- Choice steers $ 6.00 & Medium to good steers.. 5.50 0 l air to medium steers . . 5.00 Common to fair steers . . 4.00 (i Choice cows and heifers 4.75 6.50 6.00 5.00 6.00 5.25 Medium to good cows and heifers 4.25 0 5.00 Fair to medium cow and heifers S.25- Common cows, heifers .. 2.50 ji Canners 1.50 ft) Bulls 2.50 41 Choice feeders 4.50 Fair to good feeders ... J, SOW 4.25 3.50 2.50 3.50 5.00 4.75 Choice dairy calves 10.60W11.00 I'rlme light dairy calves 10.004110.50 Med. light dairy calves. . 7.0P 10.00 Heavy calves 5.50 7.0t Hogs were quoted steady at un changed prices for initial Tuesday transactions at North Portland, lie celpts were again nominal. General hog market ranger I'rlme light J10.50ll.00 Smooth heavy, 250 to 300 pounds 9.00 9.50 Smooth heavy, 300 lbs., up - 8.00 9.00 Rough heavy. 6.004 7.00 Fat pigs 10.50 CD 11.00 Feeder pigs 9.50 10.00 Stags .. 4.000 7.00 Strength Shown On Stock Market NEW YORK, Aug. 31. (A. P.) The stock market yesterday continued By Stanley WEf? MILKING FCUK a (. Today Adults, 35c Us upward course, the only consplcu ous exceptions being the local tractions und divers specialties concerning which further dividend reductions or suspensions were apprehended. Kusier money, a keen investment demund, as evidenced by the success ful flotation of a 15,000.000 Brasillan hond offering mid futher reparation payments by Uernmny In advance of their maturity, were among factors which Impelled heavy covering of short contracts. ' The strength of rails and steels nt a gain of I to 3 points seemed to be bas ed mainly on better earnings reported by the transportations and tho prob ability that leading railway systems soon would come Into the market for equipment and other supplies. 'Representative oils figured most prominently in the more active opera tions of the afternoon. Mexican Pe troleum and affiliated issues rose 1 to ISb points on Intimations that the Impending conference between Mexico and .American concessionaires would result in an adjustment of vexatious conditions. Shippings, motors, leathev .tobaccos and numerous specialties, long the tar get of the shorts, came forward in the more comprehensive advance, cancel ing much of their recent reversal. Profit-taking on an extensive scale made little impression at the strong close. Sales were 600.000 shares. Call money opened at 5 per cent, but dropped to 4 before noon on the ex change, with a free supply at 4 per cent on good collateral outside. Foreign exchange rates strengthen ed Dutch and Scandinavian rates add ing substantially to recent gains. .Stimulated by the quick absorption of the Brazilian issue, the general bond list developed many strong features in the domestic and foreign divisions. The liberty group, however, was modi erutely irregular. " Total sales, par value, fS, 875,000. l.ons Vnlond As Wheat Prices Sag- CHICAGO, Aug. 31. (A. P.) The fact that Canadian May wheat sold at a discount under the same delivery in Chicago, allowing for exchange rates, was chiefly responsible for unloading by discouraged longs on the board of trade yesterday. Wheat closing 1 3-4 to 2 cents under Monday's finish. Corn was 11 1-4 cents off at the close, while oats followed suit by being 5-S fit' 7Q font 1 (iu-.iT- -' ' v.,. .. . Insufficient support gave all grain w markets a tone of weakness. Reports from the seaboard were of sales of 400,000 bushels of wheat up to noon, including a cargo to Italy The bulge of 10 cents from the low of last week caused many to take the selling side yesterday on the belief that a reaction was somewhat overdue. Corn was under pressure and broke over one cent from yesterday's finish with sellers forced to protect them selves. Support was lacking although when around 53 cents for September and December, resting orders checked the break. Sto loss orders were uncovered in September oats early and prices for all deliveries dropped Sharply. Packers bought the nearby deliver ies of lard, persumably against sales aboard, but the weakness in grains and hogs gave provisions a rather heavy undertone at times. Packers bought the nearby deliver ies of lard, presumably against sales abroad, but the weakness in grains and hogs gave provisions a rather heavy undertone at times. Cattle and liogs Steady, Sheep Inver KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. 31. Cat tle Receipts, 17,000 head. Beef steers' yearlings, heifers and stock r.rs steady to strong; best heavy steers, $9.75: top yearlings, $10.10; few choice and fine cows, $5.60 & 6; bulk, common to medium kinds, $3.504.25; good grass hetfers, $6fi7; calves mostly 50 fi'7uc higher; top vealers, $9.50; heavy Texas calves, $7.50; other class es generally steady; bulk canners, $1.752.23; bulls, mostly f 3.25 4.25; tarly sales, stockers, $ 5 f r 6. Hogs Receipts, 8000 head. Open to shippers on best lights and few heavies, steady to 10c higher, bulk, late sales to packers and shippers steady; closing on plain and mixed kinds, 10W 20c lower; packer top, ALTA - 'i t f ;;!::' . In Addition A CHILI ROMANCE TODAY f I ,r,cv . h 1 HLVNMt. Li 1 - Sj 9.50; bulk of sales, $7.90 ifi 9.40; pack ing sows, steady; stock pigs, strong to 25c higher, choice kinds, $9. Sheep Receipts, 14,000 head. Sheep about steady, few light ewes, 13.75; western lambs, 15(S25c lower; early top $8.65; native around 50c low er; best, $7.50. All Wools Tiring Hither Ptm-cs at London LOXDOX, Aug. 31. (A. P.) At the wool auction sales yesterday, 10,708 bales were offered. Prices opened strong and there was good home and continental buying. America was quiet. Merlnes were from 5 to 10 per cent dearer and crossbreds fine per cent, medium from 10 to 15 er cent and coarse from 5 to 10 per cent higher.- MOTION PICTURE NEWS ARCADE TODAY "Gpysy Blood," starring Pola Negri, the great emotional actress of the European continent, who made her debut on the American screen In "Pas sion" is coming to the Arcade Theatre today for an engagement of two! days. 'ih.s jproductlon, which has been made on an elaborate scale with thousands in the cast, is said to be a wonderful successor to "Passion." It was produced on the continent under the direction of Ernest Lubitsch and Has brought to American shores by Associated First National Pictures, Inc. "Gypsy Blood" is adapted from Prosper Merimee's original story of "Carmen." Twice before has "Car men' been done In films, but In those instances they were adaptations of the popular French librettos put to music by Bizet for the opera instead of from the original story, which is quite a dif ferent matter. Pola Negri will be seen in tho role of La Carmencita. Harry Liedtke, who played Armand De Folx In "Pas sion," appears as Don Jose Navarro, the Spanish dragoon who becomes a victim of his own love for the charm ing but fickle cigarette girl. ALT A TODAY Mack Sonnett's latest and greatest- Producers, "Home Talent," is at tho Alta today. Those who have viewed this much-talked-of comedy-spectacle agree that it Is one of the best pro- auctions that has emanated from the Sennett studios In many .months. The episodes In which the genius of Abbe, as a "still" photographer con verted to "the movies" is revealed, re late to a story of the slave mart of ancient Rome and in them is shown the ensemble and individual beauty of the Mack Sennett feminine corps of pulchritude. This part of the picture, it is Siaimed. will be a revelation to picture patrons as well as to picture experts, for in lighting and posturing, so it Is said, nothing aproaching these scenes has been accomplished in the line of revealing, decorous dis closures of feminine beauty. Phyllis Haver, appropriately, has the leading feminine role and is sup ported. In the beauty contingent, prin cipally by Harriet Hammond, Mildred June and Kathryn McGuire. The principals In the comedy epi sodes are Ben Turpin, Charlie Mur ray, Kddle Oribbon. James Kinlayson and Kalla Pasha. One" of the most "gorgeous" fights ever Bcreened is shown in a Roman setting with Eddie Oribbon In a legitimately herioc and splendidly sustained characterization. E IICNTIXOTON. W. Va.. Aug. 31. Iff. N. 8.) The West Virginia moun taineers and moonshiners may not be long on education but they are cer tainly endowed with plenty of shrewd ness and Ingenuity to offset whatever they are lacking in book learning. For years it has been a battle of wits be tween the mountain roflonshlners and the "r.evenons." More often the monntaJneers win. Federal officers returning to head quarters here from a tour through 1, iiroln county during which they ri-VirA 2000 gallons of mash, nine stills I and quantity of moonshine, whiskey, j f " STICK YOUK. AV IN THtS newxpAPefc. MOT OM FY l - III' report much discouragement over a code system put into use by the moun tain moonshiners. The '"code" varies in different com munities, but it Is such that nothing can be done by the officers to prevent its utilization. For example a woman will, upon observing the approach or presence of the federal officers, rush out of cabin door and begin yelling: ; "So-o-o-o-o cow; so-OrO-o-o cow." This translated means: "Tho fed eral officers are here, so hide the still quickly." - 1 The officers declare there is no way to prevent the women from calling the cows home, yet they say Jt Is possible to go for days and not see a cow In the whole mountains. OFFICE CAT To A Celebrity Heed not the clamor ringing in your ears, Spread not your sails before this wind of praise; Keep to your course, nor let your toil some duys Know'for an hour the music of these cheers. -I"mit Better the sting of rivalries, or fears; Better deep doubts that you will win at lust; When you go forward, tame the speed ing blast, Nor sail too lightly as your haven nears. Fame favors him whose eyes to her are blind, PASTIME THEME TUESDAY WEDNESDAY ADULTS, 20c Children, 5c ARI IN THE WHITE THRILLS AND PEP THOMAS SANSCHI IN SINGLE HANDED SAM . A WESTERN TWO REELER COMEDY SMART ALEC Q BY JUNIUS f ' ACID Smart Autumn Dresses $32.50 to $39.50 TRICOTINE, PASHA CREPE, SHANTUNG CREPE, CREPE CHARMEUSE ' Express shipments of the last few days have brought wonderfully charming new frocks to brighten the fall season. ' Pasha Crepe, the new material of silk and wool, is included in this group and we are sure it will be a very popular fabric, with its pretty draping features, attrac tive appearance and wonderful wearing qualities. The new modes are by far the most ornate of many a season ;embroidery designs that are beautiful to look upon, quaint fringe and tassel trimmings, pleasing pat terns and straight line effects marked out in braids and the new applique embellishments pretentious and de sirable. . Word pictures of these new dresses cannot give one an idea of their real beauty and the quality of the ma terials. A few r re on display in our south window and give an idea of how reasonably our 312 stores can sell dresses of such undisputable worth. No Charge for Alterations , A new black kid pump of very fine quality with Goodyeaf welt sole, Cuban heel and two strap fasten ing arrived yetserday. Sizes 3 to 8, AAA to C, pr $6.50 TfTK liARGEST CHAW PTOPARTMEXT I STORE ORGANIZATION IX TUB WORU) And seldom crowns the man years were kind. whose The March of Progress) There are 35,000 divorce suits pend ing the courts of Paris. Is the world getting Americanized? Some time the hardest blow you can give an enemy Is to Ignore him. Itelatives naturally expect you to spend more than your vacation with them. "Tho water came from the dam pool" From the Seattle Star. Supposln' it did why get mad about it? The Ilound-Cp spirit has spread even unto tho wanted pages of tho K. O. To wit: "For Kale Vapor oil BOYS DON'T FORGET THE. PIG RACE THURSDAY MORNING OR THE CHICKEN RACE SATURDAY AFTER NOON AT CRAWFORD'S. When September Comes the Open Road Beckons September ushers in a long precession of glorious days for the motorist. When Indian Summer merges into crisp autumn, the out-of-doors is a fairyland. To enjoy'nature cntour, one's mood must not be -interrupted by a. knock or a rattle in the car. Buick' owners enjoy, every mile they drive. v BUICK Oregon Motor Garage 119-12liWest:Court,St, ' Phone 468 , NEW FALL FOOTWEAR ARRIVING Two Strap Kid Pump, $6.50 ' The advance guard of Autumn shoe styles arrived several weeks ago and the rank and file of new shoes is rapidly filling the places of summer styles which Penney prices and de pendable quality put on thousands of feet in Umatilla county. stove; Just the stove for Kound-Up." advertised In yestordny's column. , Sept. 0, 1021 Any youngster, no matter how much he hates arithmetic, can tell you how many hours It Is until school starts. Consistency "Oh. doctor, I am suffering so much I want to die!" "You did perfectly right to call me." The tariff on poker chips has been cut ten per cent, If you wantod some thing to rejoice about. Did you ever hear of a beach censor objoctlng to a man's bathing suit? A man who Is really in love will never admit that white shoes make his girl's feet look larger.