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DAILY EAST OREQONIAN, PENDLETON, OREGON, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 2, 1021.
OUTBURSTS OB! EVERETT TRUE
DAILY MARKET NEWS, LOCAL AND GENERAL
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Including Pendleton Prices and Associated Press Reports
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(From The Oregon Journal.)
Nrnlh I'ortlnnd run of livestock
Thursday included Mx cars of whicn
two chi'k came direct to killers. Hogs,
cuttle and sheep were quolcil steady
with prices unchanged.
Of the m head of hoes that ap
peared In the North rorllaifd allays,
2 1 came direct from South Dakota
1 ft local pinking company; leaving
'"t nominal miily for the trade..
Unit price were considered fully
steady Thursday at North rortlnnd
with further sales at 111 for tops al
though one lot of 10 head of feeders
went 25 cents above the extreme.
There Is a very excellent demand for
feeders nt this time and premiums
over general top quotations are .occa
General hoc market range-
Prime light $10.50 11.00
Smooth heavy, 150 to SOS
pounds 9.00 9.50
Smooth heavy, 300 lbs,
up 8.00J? S.00
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'Strongest Sank in Gas fern Oregon" '
Rough heavy 5.00 7.00
Fat pigs 10.504M1.00
Feeder pigs 9. 60 fi) 10.00
Staes ..- 4.000 7.00
Only a nominal supply of stock put
in appearance in the sheep and lamb
alleys at North Portland Thursday.
Demand' continues steady for sheep
and even lambs showed no further
price chanse. Feeder stuff Is in very
good demand around values quoted.
General sheep ana lamb runge:
East of mountain lambs $ 6.00 $i 6.50
Hest valley lambs 6.50 6.00
Fair to good lambs .... 6.00 5,60
Cull lambs l.bOSS S.00
Feeder lambs 4.50 5.00
Light yearlings 4.00 4.50
Heavy yearlings . 2.60 S.00
Light wethers .... , ... , 2.60 S.eo
Heavy Wethers ..- 2.00 2.60
Ewes , 1.00 2.00
Feeder cattle are In excellent de
mand at current values at North Port
land but a steady tone is shown all
through the cattle alleys for Thurs
day. The day's supply was limited and
prices were unchanged.
General cattle market range:
Choice steers t.... (.00 6.50
Medium to good steers. . 6.50O 6.00
Fair to medium steers . . 5.00 5.50
Common to fair steers . . 4.00 6.00
Choice cowa and heifers 4.75 5.25
Medium to good cows and
heifers 4.25 4.7;
Fair to medium cowe and
heifers S.259 4.25
Common cows, heifers . . 2.50 3.50
Canners 1.50 2.50
Bl's 2.50 J.50
Choice feeders 4.50 6.00
Fair to good feeders ... S.50 4.75
Choice dairy calves 10.5011.00
Prime light dairy calves 10.00 10.50
Med. light dairy calves... 7.00 10.00
Heavy calves 6.50 7.00
Shown On Eteliange
NEW YORK. Sept. 2. (A. P.)
The approaching triple holiday exerted
a pronounced influence over stock
market. Dealings fell far below recent
averages and consisted largely of the
closing of short contracts. '
Continued firmness of money rates,
with call loans holding at 5 per cent
and compartively few extensions of
September maturities except for the
shorter maturities, also figured in the
The August review of the federal re
serve board, especially in relation to
retail business, was borne out by the
returns of Sears, Roebuck & Co. These
showed a decrease of slightly over 35
per cent from the fight eight months
of the year.
Declaration of regnlnr common and
Preferred dividends by the American
Car & Foundry and American Steel
Foundry company was noteworthy, be
cause it suggested that better condi
tions are expected in the steels and
Rails were a source of disappoint
ment, hoverer, notably the Hill group.
Losses of one to three points ranged
throughout that division, regardless of
the publication of more favorable
statements of earnings.
On the constructive side, the session
was dominated by foreign oils. Mexi
can Petroleum and kindred stocks
scored extreme gains of one to five
points, their strength again being asso
ciated with indications of a settlement
of the Mexican controversy. Steels,
motors, coppers, shippings, sugars and
chemicals closed at irregular declines.
Sales were 365,000 shares.
British and other European ex
changes moved more favorably to
home centers, sterling gaining almost
2 cents at its best, with further
strength in guilders. Improvement ex
tended to far eastern points, includ
Mexican government 4s and 5s were
active and strongest of the foreign
bonds. French and the new Brazilian
Despain & Lee Cash Grocery
Phone 880 ; 209 E. Court St.
Satu r day Special
s for ....
M. J. B. COFFEE
5 Pound Can 82.00
61b. boxes $1.10
3 Regular Size Boxes . . $1.00
1 Doz. quarts, Mason wide
1 Doz. Pints, Economy $1.33
1 Doz. pints, Small Mouth
Special for Saturday Only
Per pound 40c
9 Large Cans , $L00
49 Lb. Sack $2.00
Per pound 10c
7 Cans Corn $1.00
8 Cans No. 2' Tomatoes' $1.00
12 Cans No. 2 Tomatoes ...... $1.00
5 cans Peas $1.00
7 Cans Salmon, 1 lb $1.00
9 Packages Corn Flakes $1.00
12 Pounds Head Rice $1.00
22 Bars White Wonder Soap. . . $1.00
18 Bars Crystal White $1.00
4 Packages Citrus Powder .... $1.00
3 Packages Kerr's Oats $1.00
3 Packages Cream of Wheat $1.00
12 Pounds 3Iacaroni $1.00
We do a cash or C. 0. D. business and know we can save you money on
many grocery articles. We guarantee every article that you buy with a
money back guarantee. We ask you for one trial order, that's all.
issues also being in demand. Domes
tic rails gained, despite the heaviness
of related shares, and local tractions
made sharp recoveries, with Irregular
ity in liberties. Sales, par value, $10,-250,000.
Higher Prices Kulo
For Wheat on 'ew Report
CHICAGO, Sept. 2. (A. I'.) Trad
ing in wheat broadened considerably
and with limited offerings prices ad
vanced sharply and at the top showed
5 cents over the inside figures made
early on the board of trade yesterday.
Houses with eastern and seaboard con
nections were free buyers and the
market's action was taken as confirm
ing the recent trade opinion that any
increase in the outside interest would
result In a sharp advance. A private
crop report showing 740,000,000 bush
els of all wheat for the country, or
17,000,000 less than the government
august report, had considerable influ
ence on sentiment, as it indicated a
surplus of under 200,000.000 bushels
on the basis of nominal consumption
and carry over. The close was strong
with wheat i to 4&c higher; corn
up 5-8 to lic and oats t to lc
Corn snowed fair activity and aver
aged higher. ' September showed more
strength than the deferred deliveries,
selling at c over December, with
buying of September and selling of
December by cash interests the fea
ture. Oats were active and higher with
other grains. September gained slight
ly on December.
Provisions were easier on scattered
selling with deliveries of 4,000,000
pounds of lard and 2,000,000 pounds
of ribs on September contracts.
I OFFICE CAT
llKIt PATIKXCK IS ItKW.IUI-n
SYRACUSE, X. Y., Sept. 2. (I. X.
S.) Mrs. Antonia Herro, with ad
mirable patience, waited for her hus
band two days and two nights in a
lailway station here. With her were
three children. They had arrived
from Niagara Falls expecting to be
met by Herro. He was not at the sta
tion. Mrs. Herro could not speak
English. Herro s only known address
was the number of a post office box.
To this a telegram was hastened. Her
ro was employed in the suburbs. It
was two days before Herro received
the telegram. A happy reunion followed.
BY JUNIUS E
There was a reason last night why
the curtain was lowered rather c.uiek
ly on the last picture made ly the
"Living Statues'' at the Sells-Floto
circus. One of the girls got the hic
cups. A Patient Terson we admire,
And suy his ways are quite the
But while we praise him, oftimes we
Impose on him, like all the rest.
Lips that touch Honor
where they got it. Life.
Those Lively Professors
Deep in a ponderous calculation, the
professor leaned over his desk. One
hand held his massive brow; the other
guided the pencil.
Suddenly the door was opened, and
a nurse entered.
"There's a little stranger upstairs,
professor," she announced.
"Eh?" grunted the man of learning,
poring deeply over his problem.
"It's a little hoy," remarked the
"Little boy," mused the professor.
"Little boy eh? Veil, ask him
what he wants!"
"Henry, why don't you shave?"
Watch Your Sleeve!
for. this reeuef r ; f
WELT SOLED PLAY SHOES. $2.98 to $3.89
Made over a last allowing plenty of toe room as pic
tured. Only selected leathers used, genuine Goodyear
welt soles, button kid, black gun metal, brown calf or
WW elk- .
Sizes 5 1-2 to 8, pair $2.98
Sizes 8 1-2 to 11 1-2, pair $3.49
Sizes 12 to 1, pair ...$3.89
$1.98 to $2.25
The same dependable leathers
that have made tills comfort
able shoe for children so popu
lar, with our new low prices,
making them moro desirable
than ever, good quality brown
calf skin, button or lace.
Sizes 5 1-2 to 8 $1.98
Sizes 8 1-2 to 11 $2.2S
BLACK KID SCHOOL SHOES, $1.98
Good quality black vici kidbutton style, comfort
able round toe, good weight, solid leather soles, sizes
11 1-2 to 2, pair $198
BOYS' ARMY SHOES
Here's a shoo at a very low
price built to stand hard
knocks. Heavy weight soft
brown calfskin, half bellows
tongue, soft toe, solid leather
soles, sowed and nailed.
Sizes 2Vi to 52
BOYS WELT ARMY SHOES, $3.25, $3.79
The comfort and service of trie army last is combin
ed with soft mahogany calf skin in this shoe to make
a good looking boys' shoe; welt soles, blucher style, soft
toe. Sizes 111-2 to 2, $3.25; 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 $3.79
ROYS' RLACK GUN MET
AL BLUCHER, $2.49, $2.98 J
It's no longer necessary to pay
long prices to get good shoes for
your boy. Tills number, for in
stance, gives good appearance
backed up by honest shoe making
and long service, exactly as pic
tured. Sizes 11 1-2 to 2 $2.49
Sizes 2 1-2 to 5 1-2 $2.98
BOYS ENGLISH, $3.25, $3.98
All that one may ask in a boys' dress shoe i3 em
brodied in this popular style, dependable leathers made
over a conservative English last, Goodyear welt soles,
black gun metal or mahogany calf.
Sizes 11 1-2 to 2 $3-25
2 1-2 to 5 1-2 ....$3.98
GIRLS' BROWN ELK SHOES, $2.98
Unusual service is the usual performance of this low
pricotl shoe, specially tanned leather, sensible heels,
medium toe. Sizes 3 to 8, pair ., $2.98
GIRLS' GUN METAL DRESS SHOES, $3.49,'$3.98
A good looking shoe of soft black gun metal leather
that insures good service, becoming style and comfort.
Sizes 11 1-2 to 2 $3.49
2 1-2 to 7, pair .'. $3.98
TUB LARGEST CIIAI3 BKPARTME.NT.
I STORE ORGANIZATION IS THE WORLDI
OLE THE SWEDE
A LAUG1IIXG SUCCESS
Do you like to laugh to throw
back your head and let out a peal of
laughter. If you do don't fail to sec
Ole The Swede at The Alta Theatre
Tuesday September 6th. Ole is a sure
cure for the person who can see the
Play of Olo and not laugh It yet to be
The simplicity und awkwardness of
Ole brings the laughs In quick succes
sion and apparently without effort.
1 here are many reasons for the nevcr
fslllng popularity of this clever Swed
play and one of them Is, that It is
never allowed to fall Into low comedy
or horse play. The plot Is well sus
tained through the entire threo acts
and contains mnny strong situations
end climaxes. A good plot," a good
( timedlnn and a good company should
mako any play a success, so If you
want to laugh, and then laugh again
don't fail to see Olo.
WHERE HEROES' RAGS fiO
LOS ANGELES. Sept. 2. (I. N. S.)
Seven hundred tons of torn and tat
tered remnants of uniforms worn by
soldiers killed In battles of the World
War, many of the pieces still stiff with
tho blood of the men whowore them,
have been shipped to Los Angeles on a
steamship from Belgium to bo used 111
the manufacture of paper.
The sleeve's the thing afier you gt through deciding ibout t'.ie
sWi-l l-rigrii And a very original thing it is, too taking rn man
slranse '. d capi l jnus turns. The very best if there con be a btsi to
fie intwurg iev fashions Is the big angel sleeve. In transparent
liiet'-n.'il. --ial y ths fui straight (rleeve fails over tin at us, soine-tlm-s
r'-hmg to the wrists, someiimes Ju;t below the vlho'w. The
large sleeve t sometimes caught part way In a cuff again It is Rather?d5
o like h bishop s sleeve. Ev"n th very tiny sleeve can't 1 simple- -it
luu cjjtoujjjtfaut xiio.iUias it is nUvta vvur Wv. .
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