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moriono iritaimpuiaifi, Tuesday, junk 27, 1911.
for love of lav
KIV, HAYWORTH SAYS THERE It
MORI IN LIFE THAN MA
SOUL AND KIND MUST BE CULTURED
Jssus W11 a Breadwinner, Declares
Pastor, But Ha Alio Saw
Tht Man Wai Oivan
Moral Food. .
"Can Man Lire Br Bread Alone?"
waa the subject at an Interesting ser
mon delivered by the Rev. 8. A. Hay
worth, pastor of the First Baptist
church, Sunday evening, The minister
said In oart:
"The : principle of' resistance which
Jesus Christ adopted against the first
temptation of the Evil One in the
wilderness, was, that man should not
be guided wholly by the wants of his
lower nature. Man has a higher prin
ciple of life than material sustenance.
To have yielded to the suggestion of
Satan to turn atones into bread,
would have been a surrender of
the fundamental teaching upon
which Jesus based his life. Jesus
rose to the full sublimity of a spirit
ual manhood and res luted the inin
aatlon that man is only an animal
and that to be spoon-fed is the acme
of existence. He who deuies the
teaching, of Jesus on this point and
acta s If bread were the chief aim
of man, mill neglect all the higher
arts, the culture of the mind, and the
soul. The essence of the sinfulness
of men Is to yield to the supremacy
of the lower nature which results In
their plunging into a course of beaat
lality and oftimes criminality."
Jesus Sympathized With Workers. -
The Rev. Hayworth told the story
of a young man, who acting upon this
principle, forsook his beautiful cot
tage home, his wife and baby and
betook himself Into the heart of Si
beria seeking gold never to return
worth, -stanus as we symooi lor aii
material good as against spiritual I
toou. jesus cnnsi waa a oreaa-win-
ner and had the deepest sympathy for
the toiling millions whose daily bread
must be earned by the sweat of the
brow. Jesus In no wise minimizes the
Importance of all Just Industrial re
form. Social settlement work has
for the moat part had its inception in
the benevolent impulses arising from
Christian teaching. But for the so
cial reformer to declare that the
panacea for all human ills lies in his
special nostrum separated from moral
and spiritual regeneration, is to go
contrary to the plan of the Christ and
hence must necessarily fail. The evil
suggestion made to Jesus was con
cerned with the method by which He
was to realize his Kingdom. .'Give
na bread and fun.' cried the Romans
to their Emperors. The masses were
poor and hard pressed for the neces
sities of lire and the appeal was
strong to the humane instincts of
: For the attest an conviction
of anx person or persons, who w
unlawfully remove copies of The
Morning Enterprise from the
premises of subscribers after
paper has been placed there by
are the popnUr style In home
architecture. I tpecialire on
designing and building bung
alows that are conTenient ia
arrangement, homelike in ap
pearance. At Moderate Cost
If yon are thinking of build
ing call and see me, or phone
for an eagagemenL
CONTRACTOR A BUILOKR
Ninth and Main Streets.
Phone PacMaln S29Z.
F. D. Sttirges
When yon wish to hire an
aotomofeile. At Elliott and
Home Phones A-72, B-80. Pacific 8302.
-.s Oregon City
Fomlihetl with operating
roop, yard and prirate
rooms. -' ,
.' Grodudfe Nurses
-. - " .
Pac 2243 - -;v Borne D-298
DAS B BALL
RECReATlOW PARK. '
Cor. Vasgha; and Twenty-fourth Sta.
- vs. ; , '
June 20, t1, 22. 23, 24, 2a,
' Oames Benin Weekdays at S p. m. -7
v" Sundsys, 2:0 P. M.
- LADIES' DAY FRIDAY.'
U"e FreeT to Bleachers
Jesus. But Jesus resisted that temp
tation' and established a higher
namely, the necessity of man's being
fed with moral food, such as the Jus
tice, love,, mercy and bop. The sur
est wsy to cure All social and indus
trial Ilia ta through the method of
the moral and spiritual regeneration
of society. This being true the pri
mary work of the church Is not
feed the bodies of men, .but to sup
ply the individual and society with
divine motive power. The adminis
tration of charity to the needy la only
the means to the higher end. Every
real Christian church wilt. follow the
example of Jesus In this respect and
public and private charity will not be
neglected; but when on'ce the law of
love and Justice becomes operative,
every man will have an opportunity
to earn his daily bread.
Plea to Public Men. ,b ,
"This principle of the sUpteWacy of
obedience to the law of God, should
find expression In the Uvea of our
public men. The lawyer and the poll
ticlan need to come under thia prlnct
pie and In ao doing will measure up
to height a of power and Influence for
good which will make their names
Immortal." , .
The speaker cloaed with the story
of Abraham Lincoln refusing to accept
a retaining fee of $20,000 fromra rail
way corporation; but not until after
a vigil of moral coufllct In the woods
one day. did he emerge with the lines
of moral conflict written upon his
brow, to announce the victory over
the power of an evlF temptation. He
decided to continue poor and keep his
conscience unsullied rather than aell
his powers to a great railway corpor
ation and be associated with men who
had before manifested no scruples In
the Intimidation and bribing of Jurlee.
LincolnVYlctory wss slmlllar to that
won by Jesus Christ. So every msn
has to meet this temptation sooner or
later and the glory- of man la In
measuring up to the principle exempli
fled by the .Man of Naaareth.
Electric Hotel Arrivals.
The following are registered at the
Electric Hotel: A. R Davidson, city;
Daniel Boyle, Cottage Grove; Mr.
Piatt and family, T. Lesor, W. & Bag
by, F. Bohlender, Harry Peterson, C.
E. Ramagant and alster, Miss E. Zoe
and Douglas J. Wolfer. Philip Huett,
Colton; Harry Benolkln. Mliwaukie;
H. S. Radcliff. Salem; Robert Yost,
Portland; G. Johnson, Portland.
utuies wane canvas oxiorus, l.Za
to $2 valuea. Special at 85c Oregon
city Shoe Store. 2t
Miss Inglia, of Canby. Weds.
Oscar F. Frentress. of Los Angeles,
and Katie L. Inglia. of Canby, were
married by the Rev. E. F. Zimmerman.
Miss L. E. Inglis, a sister of the bride,
accompanied the couple to thia city.
Mr. and Mrs. Frentress will live in
Attachment Against Sturgls.
. Tbe Portland Meogttylle Company
on Monday afternoon Instituted at
tachment proceedings against A." H.
Sturgls, having asalgned claims ef
three Portland wholesale firms, F. S.
Harmon A Company. $191.70: Hey
wood Bros. Wakefield. $93. and May
Hardware Company, $253.18.
Coleman Funeral Held.
The funeral of the late John Cole
man, of Willamette, took place Sun
day afternoon at the Methodist Epis
copal church In Willamette. The Revr
S: A. Hayworth, pastor of the First
Baptist church, waa the officiating
clergyman. Many friends of the fam
ily of the deceased were present at
Miss Pureed to Be Entertained.
Mlsa Amy Purcell, who returned
from Chicago last week, where she
has been for the last two years at
tending the Baptist Missionary Train
ing School, will be tendered a recep
tion in the parlors of the First Baptist
church next Friday evening by the
young people of that church.
Miss Edns Gale Weds. .
Tbe msrriage of William Gorman to
Miss Edna. Gale, both of this city,
waa solemnized at 1 o'clock Sunday
afternoon In the Baptist parsonage,
the Rev. S. A. Hayworth officiating.
The ceremony was witnessed by im
mediate friends of the bride and bride
THE GEISHA SASH.
A Japanese Teueh In
Smart Summer Fashions.
Tbe geisha sash combined with on
of tbe new tabller effects gives a strik
ing appearance to thin gowa ef mus
uru urowi kbiid. won n I" jusi- ioe i
thing for smsrt aftemooD wear;" Tbe I
brown satin, wblrh J lost' the
geisha ssahes art known lu rails aw
"la Japooalse." They bave abort wide
bows snd are worn blgb. Tbe tabller
are embroidered 10 oriental fashion In
M gold and colors.
'at s few grains of rice In your salt
shakes. Tbey will break the lumps,
gather the moisture and make tbo salt
Glue pieces of felt or pieces of old I
rubbers to the bottom of tbo chslr
and there will be no scratched
floors and less noise.
. FLAYS UMPIRES
Oetrofts' Pilot Says National
League Staff Is Very Poor.
HAS SYMPATHY FOR M'GRAW,
Leader ef New York Giants Puts Up
With Mna Insults Thsn Any Other
Leader, Says Huohsy Tells ef His
Exserlenee In World's Series.
Zlugh Jennings ssys that Johnny Mc-
Oraw Is the moat ntallgued man lu
baseball. The scrappy manager of the
Glsnts has more vulgar personalities
thrown at blin by foul' mouthed fans
than any other player In the big
league. But despite the many atlugtng
Insults that have been rungln his ears
John McGraw baa never yet argued a
point with tbe occupants of the grand
stand or bleachers.
1 can see Just why McGraw bat so
much trouble," said the famous red
topped pilot of tbe Detroit Americana
recently. "If I were In the Nations!
league I would have Just aa much tro
ble aa McGraw baa.
"In tbe world's aeries 1 saw enough
of National league umpires to last me
a long time- Tbey came on the Held
w4th that One air about tbeoi as much
Istlc Poses of
Manager of the
9 lfU. by Amarlcaa Press AssocUUoo.
ss to say: 'Well. I am the president of
the league and yon are only a player.
What do you want ts do about ltf
"If tbey bad any fanse to be puffed
op on a job It would be all right
When a man who has done something
gets a little puffed on himself yon
think It is only natural, but these fel
lows are not even good umpires."
Probably no umpire has had as many
tilts with the players as Hank O Iny.
He has figured in countless stories of
There Is only one way to get O'Dsy's
goat, and that Is to call him "Henry."
Hank can't stand to be celled by bis
Christian name. One day O'Day
Chased Mike Donlln off tbe New fork
ball field. Donlln hid behind a fence
near tbe clubhouse and yelled "Henry"
until Hank located tbe direction of the
sound. O'Dsy msde s bee line for tbe
fence, snd Donlln csme very nar
pending ten days on tbe bench.
Another time somebody threw s cup
of wster at O'Dsy Just before tbe
game started. O'Dsy whirled sround
with blood in bis eye. John McGrsw
was standing directly in back of him.
-Touts- out of tbe gamer roared
"But tbe game hasn't started ret"
"That doesn't make any difference.
Too are out! anyhow."
McGraw was persistent, and he ap
pealed to tbe otber nmplre on tbe
field. Tbe nmplre agreed that O'Day
bad no authority to chase McGraw.
"Ail right" said O'Day. "Ton Just
start In this game."
McGraw started in tbe game. For
six Innings he did not open his mouth.
O'Day was so mad be could hardly
keep his eyes off McGrsw. FIs was
laying for McGraw. but op to this
time be had not found an opening. '
His only chance cams in tbe sev
enth Inning. McGrsw forgot himself
god yelled to his second baseman to
come In. That was all the excuse
"Now, you get out of hero as fast as
you can." blsae O'Dsy.
"How long bave I got to get off tbe
fleldr asked McGraw.
"Just two minutes." replied O'Dsy.
pulling out his wstch.
"Then I am going to take one mlnotf
and fifty -nine seconds to tell ydu wbat
I tbink of you and your whole family."
McGraw. who talks at tbe rata of
100 words a mlnuta. gave O'Day on
of the finest pannlngs a man ever got
in on mlnnte and flfty-slne seconds.
c-JtaY 4 In American History.
, j -
J77 - DecIaraUon ot the Independence
ot the American colonies si rued
and promulgated at Philadelphia.
1304 Nathaniel Hawthorns. Americas
author, born; died 1804. .
John Adams, second president of
the Cnl ted States, died; born 1735.
Thomas Jefferson, third president
of tbe Doited States, died; born
1881-James Monroe, fifth president of
the united States, died; born 17R8.
1910-Jack Johnson inegroi dsfested
Jeffries (white for world's heavy,
weight championship. '
OREGON CITY LAWYERS WIN IM
PORTANT CASE BEFORE
Attorneys George C. Brownell
William Stone won an Important vic
tory In the damage suit of James
Kvans against the Portland Railway,
Light A IMwer Company In Judge Mc
Ginn's court In Portland Saturday.
The plaintiff, who was lujured by fall
ing from a platform, while In the em
ploy of the defendant company, was
awarded $1,800 damages. He waa em
ployed In removing forme from a con
crete substation and the structure up
on which he wss working wss without
a railing. The law provides that struc
tures of this character more man
twenty feet high shall have railings.
Kvans fell twenty three feet, receiv
ing Internal Injuries and contusions on
his bark and body.
The Countess ef Wsrwisk,
Originator ef the Perm Scheel.
Lao i waswick a was ravoarra aoaas.
Long before' Mr. Belmont of New
Tork tbmigbt of rHulug the cause
of women or estsbliablog a farm
school an Ku.gllhw.iuan. the gifted
and ben ii Ufa I Countess of Warwick,
organised and opened a college for
women hnrtlrultuiista. In her school
dairy work, market gardening, poultry
farming, beekeeping and horticulture
are all tsughr. It waa established to
benefit well bred women thrown oty
their own resources In earning a liv
ing. Capable women tejrbers are In
charge of et-b branch of the work.
Lady Warwick imhlisbes paper, the
Woman's Agricultural Times, which
exploits the work of I be school. Tbe
countess eto eotnhllxhed sn sssnrls.
tlon of women sifrtcoitorat workers,
known as the HutiKhter of Ceres.
The products of the IhxiI. one fea
ture f which U a Jam fa'lory. are
dlKmd of for the benefit of the In
tltotlon. vtKMf prellmltiirr etpeure
were iMime l v lJV VVrpk Tin;
Then IN- l.nrtv XTsnrf k H "'el wit
wfnblUh-f! el T:-niin. I'nifliMHl.
'r the io renvred to Huntley
"Bmie, n now rncen mix rnm r.;r-
CnMenlnr hit stwnvs bn a fsd
with the tie-m'ifnl 'nfife of TVr
wick. At nimion Lodire. te mtimll-
ent heritatte which sbe bnml t n"r
htixbntKL she bss one of tbe tlnel e
cardi-ns In the world. Every known
species of rose Is said to grow there,
er garden of friendship la remarka
ble. Everything In It baa been con
tributed by ber friends, and esch plant
or tree bears a heart shaped label
showing who planted It
Besides planta. Lady Warwick la de
voted to dumb ar.ltnals. Her dogs are
aiwsys beauties, and bar stables con
tain the choicest of horseflesh. She
rides to bounds regularly when at
Warwick csstle, ber husband's famous
teat, and Is said to bo on of tbe best
horsewomen In England.
Of late years tbe countess bas been
an ardent Socialist Throuih her ef.
forts much has been done to Improve
the condition of English working wom
en. It is ber amhlttnn
socialism ber half sister, the Duchess
of Sutherland. Hhe is the half slstor
also of the Earl of Rosslrn snd the
iountess or Westmoreland. In her own
right Lady Warwick owns about 23
w acres or land.
July 7 In American History.
lion. llllam 'Hlncomb Groes.
t k. dUrininilMhed Ohio congress
man. dico-; hrn
limn The hnttlehl fleet Halted from
Han I rsm-i,! for Ihe orient.
SiftA a .. ......
iui-ir milium JsmeM Itolfe. edit
rafor snd HhiikeMnreMu scholsr.
aiwi: born v7.
(from noon liin io noon tomorrow i
un seta 7i!. 4X; nHn m-t
1AI s. mj ttulii p. m . enxiern lime.
Jupiter's satellite Xo. I mhwlng; m m.
OL, planets Mercury snd Neptune In
July 8 In American History.
1758-Oeueral Aberr-romhfe's attack on
, Kort Tlronderoga with 15,000 Brit
lab repulsed with a loss of 2.000.
ITTSKrench fleet arrived In Delaware
bay to aid tbe Revolution.
1793 Congress voted to make Wash
ington the seat of government
1887-Ben flolllday, pioneer of the fa
mous pony eipretw. died st Tort,
land. Ore.; bom imo. -
1507-Henstor Isbsin II. namls. nofed
, Tennesseesn. died: porn Hih
(From iimin lodsr to hmii fini.irrw ,
Kurt n-i 1 ,-JW. rlHs 4'Xt; nu-m w
2:-t h pi ; iwwm al tsriiinio
from enrib 'jr,-jjUi nil'. al f m.
1 1 M M 1 1 1 M 1 1 M M
A Scheme That Was
By Gtorfs Edward Bums
CupyrtsM by Americas Press Asse
Ml II II M I 1 1 II I I I I I II I I I
When Hunker, the noted drapers do,
shot up Ihe town of Eureka, killed the
readier of Phillips' bank and helped
himself to some t'JO.(M) In rurreucy,
being his fourth exploit lu that neigh
borhood within a month. It was
thought by the citizens to le high
time something wss done to stop luck
Within half su bour after Bunker
snd three saalatsnts rode out of town
a meeting wss called al tbe looted
bank aud measures takeu to break up
the gang. A posse wss organised,
consisting of a dozen citizens, sud 1st
er pieced under the orders of s de
tectlve who was telegraphed for and
In s few hours reached Eureka, by
special train. Pierce Bobbins, tbe new
SUBKBS aASK OS) TB TVOOW.
arrival, had captured a swindler band
by stratagem, and It was hoped that
he would be able to trap Dunker.
Robblns' first step was to locate the
desperado and blegsng., ,lle therefore
sent out members of the poase In ev
ery direction to gsther Information
and communicate with blui at Eureka
as soos) as any Intelligence whatever
waa received of the whereabouts or
movements of lbs murderers and plun
Meanwhile Bunker, whose tactics
after a raid were to go loto hiding at
some preerrsuged piece not far from
tbo scene of his operations, occupied S
deserted sawmill in a wood. A rail
road ran past lbs mill, though on the
otber side of a creekv flunker's pur
pose wss to keep quiet Mil It might
be supposed tbst be bad resrbed some
point many miloa sway, then slop a
passing train and ride out of Ibe dis
trict where he wss aspects Ily wsnted.
Two dsys after the robbery' a boy
who was fishing In tbe creek saw men
at the mill. The youngster slipped
down off a stump on which be ssfsnd.
unseen by tbe men In Ibe mill, dodging
sometimes In the wster and sometimes
under the bank, made bla way out of
the wood. Ue bad flatted there often
and bad never seen any one In tbe
mill before. Everybody In tbe region
knew of the Eureka robbery, and tbe
boy suspected that the men be bad
seen were tbe robbers In biding.
On the fourth day after tbe robbery
a farmer walking along tbe railroad
track not far from tbe mill met a red
beaded man who bade him good morn
ing and seemed disposed to chat, final
ly turning the subject to tbe where
abouts of Dunker and his men. Tbe
farmer told him It was generally be
lieved that tbe gang bad got so far
away with tbelr plunder that It was
not likely to be recovered. When the
two parted the red beaded msn. who
was one of tbe gang reconnotterlng.
went to tbe mill and reported to Bun
ker wbat be bad beard.
It was determined br Bunker snd
bis men to stop the afternoon train
and leave the region on It Half an
hour before It waa due tbe four men
left tbe mill, crossed tbe creek, and
when the train came aiona- nunk.r
signaled It to stop. The engineer obey
ed tbe slgnsL and ths roMwtra n
aboard, one man climbing to tbe en
gine, another to the baggage car, while
Hunker and bla otber aaatstant. (h.
rea oeaaea man, entered tbe only nas-
. . . . -
aenger csr. - ,,
Tbs conductor as soon ss ths tn.n
antered the train naked Bunker wbat
am meant Dy stopping tbe train.
"Do you suppose we were a-otas- ta I
walk five miles to a station T" -
Tbe conductor grumbled, bnt t h m.f I
psia meir rare, and there was nothing
1 m . ..
"4", sia aoout tne matter.
At tbe next station two fitm ..a
belf wives got aboard. After a con
sultation Bunker sent tbe man with
him forward with a messsm to ths two
others. Tbs train passed tbe next sta-
uon wunout atopping. Tbs eondnctor
pulled ths cord V& 7ZZ
iuly.9 In American HlttoT '
1765-Braddock'a dsfsat; Oaperal Bcgd
noes monauy wounded.
1843-WasbIngton Alston, noted paint
er, died; born 1779. -
1860-Zacbary Taylor, twelfth presl-
ubui of me united States, died In.
oracs; born 1784.
-K- ainton B. f lak. lawyer.
who waa a candidate for president
on me temperance ticket, diedt
born 1821 .
IMS-Diplomatic relations severed be.
iween the United SUtes snd Van
M10- Walter R. Brook Ins fl..
feet high at Atlantic City,
Tomorrow Night, June 28
At the Armory
World Chsmpioo Middleweight Wrtler
of Portland. Champion Welterweight ol the No.thweit.
IJt two fall out of three. No hold, barred.
Two Preliminaries Extraordinary-..Tw0
w Ladies eipeciilly invited. Doori open at 7:30
Fiftl match st 8 o'clock.
Prices: General admuwoo 50c; Ringiide $.CK)
U At the Armoiy-TOMORROW NlGHTAt the Armory
JEW POTATOES TO
TAKE CARE OF TRADE
LIBERAL, PRICES. stXPICTIDUrO
SOON SRINO AMPLE
New crop local potatoes will be In
sufficient supply at tbo close of lbs
present week to take cars of ths entire
trade of this section.
In nearby sections tbs crop Is rips
snd the vines are dying. With a few
days of good weather digging will be
come general, and with ths liberal
prices now In effect marketing Is si
peeled to be liberal.
The quality of thia roar's crop
early potatoes In Oregon la perhaps
ths beat ever gathered. Ths potatoes
are mealy and are already abowlng
better cooking quality than ths Cali
A report from California states that
owing lo the frosts a largo proportion
of ths acreage planted to potatoes bad
to be replanted, which makes ths sea
son late fur the bulk. Ths acreage
planted thia year on the Sacramento,
Han Joaquin and rest ber rivers is
42.000 seres, against 17,000 acres last
year. The demand this year for new
potatoes Is unprecedented and comes
from stales that bave heretofore had
iheir own early supplies or else drew
from other supply sources and Dot
from California a.
Quotaftona rer Ores City
POTATOES Beat. 3.la, good
M 15; common.-1.- Buying, carload
I select, 11.10; ordinary, I1.IO.
tLOUR AND FEED- Flour la
stesdy, selling from ft to tSlO; very
little of cheaper grades, read Is
higher and rising slowly. Bras brings
OATS (Buying) -Gray, from !t;
white, from 2 to f 17. .;
BUTTER (Baying) Ordinary
country brings from' lis to 10c,
fancy dairy from J 0c to lie, cream
ery tie to tic.
EGGS (buying) Ars rsnglLg from
loo to lie, according to grade.
POULTRY (Buying rtrra with lit
tie good stock offered. Good hens ars
bringing isc. old roostrs ars In poor
dmand, broilers bring front 10o to lie,
with good demand.
WOOL (Buyif tf ool. prloss ars
ranging from 13o to lie.
MOHAiR (Buying Prices on mo
hair have bees way up, soma having
brought aa high as lo locally. Quo
tatlona ars 17 Me and demand IS strong
from 110.50 to 117.50, shorts tit to 110.
roiled baney 131.50 to 111.11. process
barley $33. whole com 111 to $11,
cracked com fit to 111, Wheat fit
HAT (Buying.) Timothy lit to
117, Clover, 111 to H; oat hay, best
111: mixed, fit to 114; alfalfa, fit
HIDES (Buying Orson bides. Be
to c; sailers, IHe to tc; dry hides,
lie to ite. Shtep pelts, t5o to 76e
DRIED rnUITS Local prices ars
firm at from le. to lOe on apples and
prunes. Reaches ars leo.
SALT Selling 0e to tOe for fine.
SO lb. sack, half (round 40c; 75 for
too id. sacks.
Portland Vegetable Markets.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrota,
fl.15Oll.60 per sack) parsnips, 11.15
09150; turnips, 1.350LIO; bests,
VEQETABLKit Atpsragua, . !0O
11. 7S nee eshha i ta mv
hundredwelaht: cauliflower. 11 sort
U TS per doen; celery, California, 76o
O 90c per dozen: oucumbora. 11.500
" UOMni eggplant, lto per id.;
nrlla llLnta. -m . ....
garlic, lOcOllo per pound; lettuce,
too per doxen; hotbouM lettuce. $1.60
C$1 per box; peas. toOllo nVr
pound; peppers, SOcOSto per pound
raoianes, i5e per doses; rhubarb, 114s
08o per pound; sprouts, to; tomatoes.
$20 $3.25. ,
B,w poUto"' 70
ONIONS Jobblnar nriMS: ftramn
$178 per 100 r Australian, $3.60 per
iuo; Texaa, 12.25 per crate: . Califor
nia, $3 per crate.
Oregon City Stock Quotations..'
HOGS Hogi ars quotsd Ho tower.
m 1Z0 ins. IO ISO IDS, irom
HO lbs. t0 100 lbs. Uo.
VEAL CALVES Veal c aires ortng
from to to iw according to grads,
BEEF STE3RS fleet - wteers for
Ihe local markets are fetching IVieto
IVio live weight.
sheep ie orm at 10 to So Hvs
VEAL MARKET SHOW! .TRINOTW
Receipts Are Much In gicsts of
The Portland fnlon Block Tar
Company reports as follows
Receipts for Isat M.k
tie 1.750; cslves, KR: ' hgs 1471;
heap, t.tOI; horses snd mules,
lst steers on the market thia
sold for 14.15. Quite a bunch of uZ
loppy California steers brouikt tafe
price. The majority of recelpta la tat
cattle Use have been of very nealoei
quality and prices ransed accordlagtr
frgm IS to 15.76." Otis feature of u
week's trailing was the airtngU si
the veal market. Hecelpia in this hat
were heavier than for some tins put
One bunch of eitra-good slug brosgkt
17.60, while another lot lof 41 kM
not quite ao fst brouKbt ST. Hearts?
Calves range from 6c to (e. To
cows are quoted from $5 to IS.tl wiik
very few of that quality offering
The hog division continues to e
cupy tbe center of the attia,
marked by an sdvsnce of 10 esati as
light hogs and about a quarter os
heavier stuff, making lot rssDscuvs-
ly. 17.10 and $ 40. rvmsud for twins
la on the Increase and local ostler '
are prophesying a stesdy sdvaace Is
prices during the hot months of July
and August when It Is very hart ts
make Eastern shipments.
Receipts lo mutton remala sssry
and prices hay declined st least 1
quarter on heavier grades, white top '
iambs are now quoted at UK at tat
eitreme lop for choice stuff. At fest
ers and buyers sllke have predlrtet
this decline for some time no tsrprlM
Is occssloued by this slump eklck b '
due to come ss a sessonsl condltloa.
Several cars of horses bare tttt
received throughout the wstk as4
price continue stesdy to itroog ta
drafters and driving borset of quaiity.
CKMINT PRICES DECRIAIL
Paelfle Coast ItsUt Press
The prices of Portland cement -
1910 ranged generally bstwsss 717
cents a barrel In the Leblik Oistrkt
and $1.31 on tbe Paclflo coasL Tksrt
wsa more or less fiuctustloa ta arks
during the yesr. the highest level st
ing reached during lbs building ita-
-4fon. At the beginning ana towns
the close of ltio, when stock msssj
were full, prices went down, esptdtltr
st ths elose of the year, wbea a at
of 10 cents a barrel followed 1st re
ported dissolution of the Attocunos
of Licensed Cement Manufacfsrtn.
White the avarase nrlre for tbt aoa
country Increased from 11.3 esati kj
l0t to nearly 19.! cents in jus, wi
corresponding Incresset In tut
sra. Central, Southern, and Westers
districts, the average pnet s w
Paclfla coast states dropped fn
$1.63 to $1.31, a decrease of 14 w
s Karral. An iw itnuliL to the SdrtSC ,
of new mills In California, tbe tutt
Mountain etatea, and wMttra Tet
and to the Increased rapacity ofetwr
plants supplying the watt territory,
wbsrs attractive prices have bllaarw
TRAMS PLAY RXCITIN0 0Ak"I f .
' Aa exciting gams of b,l1,,
playsd on 'Sunday at Canemali
the teams being the rountMi ;
Company No. 1 and OreenpolM
Company Na 5. Tbe .
nessed by many friends of IMP
The scors waa f to S In tirot t
Pounulns, .,, .
Ths line-up was as folio1' .
PouoUlns, Position. Qrtt"Z.
SSlaiai A Assail
Osborne (Captain K L
, (Second B.
Koenig, . 'go:
A. Cannon T'.V mY'"
. . (Left fts4) , t
(Center Tlw- k
Cook . "- 11' 11 ' .
(Right nia ' j-
wr"n (abort stopr-;
son; umir, ,nt.a
gsme. 1 hour and 5 lnj; f
At th clote otth$l , ,
point Hose inp ( ,t
victors at lf
potat. Hefreahmenta wars
BACON, LAO snd 11AM, ars Cna.