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THE 3IORNIXG ORECK)NIAN, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 19, 1912.
Market Is Lifted by Free Cali
TANNERS OPERATING HERE
Also HaTe Buyers at Work in Conn
try Picking Cp All Lou Offered.
Tendency of the Eastern
Markets Is ' Easier.
California tannere are large buyer of
hide In tbia section at the preaent time, and
their operation have raised the market
to the 12-cent bail. In spite of tbe easier
tendency of value. In the East.
Callfornlan an not only purchasing from
local dealer, but also hare their buyers
working- tbronsbont tbe country picking- up
small lota wherever offered. The available
apply la still light, bat tbe buyer look for
more bides from now on. and for this rea-
price, especially small whites, which are
now quoted at $5-40. Large whites are
quoted at S5.20. Lima are easier.
Rolled oat are SO cents a barrel lower.
Grain. Floor, Feed. Etc.
WHEAT Track prices: Bloestem. S3 9
94c: club, 8S6)Oc; red Russian, t9glK;
Valley. 8e90c: 40-fold. 89090c.
FLOUR Patents $5.10 per barrel;
straights. 14.70: exports. $4 .20: Valley, $5.10
HAT Timothy. 113.50617; alfalfa, 11
clover. 4J; oat and vetch. 10.50lLiO
grain bay. S9.
HILL8TUFF9 Bran. $25.50 per ton;
shorts. 3J: middlings. St.
CORN Whole, $3; cracked. 40 per ton.
OATS No. 1 white. $3890 per tan. .
Vegetables aaa Fruit..
BERRIES Strawberries. 50cll 15 per
crate; gooseberries, S4c per pound; rasp
berries. SL75&3 Der crate.
VKUP'.CAL FKUITS Orani.es. navels.
$1. r.il a 3. 25: California grapefruit. 13 50 04
lemons. $5.50 per box; pineapples, 6c per
FRESH" FRUIT Cherries, 412Hc per
pound: aooles. old. ILSOea per box: aprl
cots, 75c1.2S per box; cantaloupes, (10
4.50 per crate.
POTATOES Jobbing prices: Bur banks
old, $1.50 per hundred;, new. per pound,
VEGETABLES Artichokes. 650TSC per
doxen: asparagus. $1 per box; Deans,
6 8c: cabbage. 2 "Ac per pound; cauli
flower. $2.75 per crate; celery. - 5 6 pet
crate: cucumbers. $101.60 doxen: eggplant.
2fe per pound: head lettuce. 12 ft a per Oof.
hothouse lettuce. 7Scfr$l per box; peas.
$07c .per pound; peppers. 262c per
pound; -radishes, 15 0 20c doxen; rhubarb.
2"ec per pound: spinach, 405o per pound: o
matoes. 2.75 per box: game. eivc per i.
Dairy and Country Froaac,
BUTTER Oregon creamery butter, cubes.
on do not bolieva that price, will go """J-" ' .-".-.-. .
higher. I EGGS Fresh Oregon ranch, candled, 200
wire advice from the East note a some i jic per doxen: case count. 19c.
what softer tendency In the markets there, I CHEESE Triplets and daisies, ISc per
i .... ... t pound: Young America. 17i4c
ellne. According to mall advices from Chi- iSVrir .VaiVS' -S. -S.und..
ago, packer hides were apparently In as j POULTRT Hens, 12V13c; broilers, 18
strong a position as aver, particularly na-1020c; ducks, young, 12014c; geese, iv
tlve stock, and packer have no difficulty I 11c; turkey, live, lee; dressed, 2oc.
In selling all weight native cow ahead Into
Ute June take-off at full value. One Staple Croc erica.
movement last week by three packers la ' SALMON Columbia. River, one-sound
estimated to comprise from 14,000 to 15.000 tails, $2.24 per doxen; eight-pound telle,
June light native cow at 16 He. and June $2.86; one-pound flats. $2.40; Alaska pink,
heavy weight. rer. bringing the m. fig- "JJJJ ' . MotM
" w tc " " I Der Dound.
off, aithotigh vhere Is some accumulation J tiUTS Walnuts, 16 (c 16 Ho per pound;
of March Ion.r-halr-d hides, which are now I Brazil nuU. 12 V4e: filberts. 14 4S15C
In slow call. Branded steers have ruled I monds. 17921c; peanuts. 18c; cocoanuta, t0o
quiet of late, out there are no particular VLpeTBirJLT 7
are In continued reoucst. Country hides re honev. ioe nar nnund.
till stationary and trading remains -eulet I SALT Granulated. 115 per ton; half-
In these, particularly with Eastern tanners.) ground. lOoa. 8 5v per ton: 60s. y per ton.
who contend that present values are tool Zi'0 l?"
. . . I i.iiii., ..n, yiu 7S
' ie: bayou.
The foreign markets are lacking In fresh KICE K l Japan. Sc; cheaper grades,
features of Interest. Latln-Ameiiean drrlfias'bc: Southern bead, efllc
hldea ara steady at tbe late decline, , with I SUGAR Dry graculated. $0.05; fruit and
additional amies at former trading rate. J"T. oo: H" H""' VJZ
. , . . . , . . I $5.85; extra C $5.55; powdered, barrel.
somewhat unsettled and some are claiming I dried FRUITS Apples, 14o per pound;
tbat the disposition I easier. aorlceta. lSOl.ttc; peaches. uouc;
prunes. Italians. iudiuc; suves, ioe.
HIGHER MILL FEED TRICES EXPECTED "if- white and black. ofc0Tc; currant
I 7ic: raisins, loose. Muscatel. Stieiac;
bleached TUompson, llfec; unnieacnea our
Suppllee Are Short and Tendency 1 Up
ward Cirmln Bag. Advance.
The only Interest In the grain and feed
market now center in mill feed, which 1
st-arce and firm. As tbe last of the mills
will be closed down In Jnly. It would oc
casion no surprise If prices advanced at
least a dollar a ton-
There was no trading worth mentioning
8tto: aeeded. 7V.U8WC: dates. Per
sian, to per pound: Fard. $1.90 per box.
HAMS All sixes, 17018c; skinned. 17 a 0
18c; plcn.es. 12c; boiled, 2tfwC
BACON Fancy, iii0i6Sec: choice. lots
DRY SALT MEATS Hacks, dry salt, uti
in the wheat market -yeaterday. Lower li li77 bU. .mokedT loo.
prices were quoted in some quarters. LARD Tierce basis, choice. l&Ma; corn
Grain bag have taken another jump and pound, Sfcc; leaf, three-pound paila, $8.54
are now quoted at 9 cent. This Is the per case.
highest price bags have reached In a long MISCELLANEOUS Pigs- feet, kit $Le;
..me. Last year the, sold up to 8 cent. JTic pe, r p cundT .'nT va?
in this market
The haj market is naturally weakened by
the fine prospects for the new crop. Most
of the hay now on the market Is off grade.
Dealers and growers are forcing- sales.
Local receipts. In cars, were reported by
the Merchants Exchange as follows:
Monday IS 1 7 2 10
Tuesday ...... 16 4 9 4
Year aSO 7 . . . 3 1
Reason to date 13.347 386 1508 276H
Tear ag-ff. . . . .li.sio too Z47j 3 -Ja4
hacJt 10c; minced ham, '12c
Hops, Wool and Bides.
HOPS 1913 contracts. 2lt2c: 1911 crop.
MOHAIR Choice. 32c per pound.
WOOL. Eastern Oregon. 14 & 19 U. c P'
pound, accorain to siirinjtage; valley, zvv
22c per pound.
PELTS Dry, 12013c: full wool.butcntl
pens, ii.2D9i.7Q; scearmga. lufrauc.
HIDltaS Salted hides, 12e per . pound
SHANIKQ WOOL SOLD
Eight Hundred Thoussuid
Pounds Change Hands.
ONLY ONE LARGE CLIP
Reading ...... 23,700 185
Rock Island Co 1.100 25
do preferred.. 100 50
St L Jc S F 2 pf 200 36
St L Southweat. . ,i
Sloes Sheffield - 100 54 H
Southern Pao .. 1.200 109 H
Southern Ry . 100
do preferred.. 2O0 TIM
TOL Dt L e We
Texas ft Pac .. 100
Union Pacific . . 9,900
do preferred. . . . .
D S Realty SOO
U S Rubber ... 200
U S Steel 22,400
do preferred. . 2O0
Utah Copper .. 60O
Va-Caro Chem 200
Western Md ...
westing Elee .
prices Range From 14 S-4 to 17 M f"'1;,8--
200 82U 82
Cnts OTer 1,000,000 Pounds
Will Be Offered at the Sec- '
ond Sale Today.
Ray Consols . . .
I Am Tobacco . ..
do preferred. .
34)4 . 8414
21 y 20
Total sales for the day, 153,000 shares.
Furnished by Overbeck ee Cooke Co.. of
. rr . . r. . 1 . . 1UU
anAniau. ur.. jnni jft. iswcisi.i . i .. -.1 a-.il
rwenty-seven clips. aggregating- 800,000 American Tobacco 6s 120
Hu.uua u wvul were sola nere tooay. inen itph -un rnira Am 7
are over i.vw.wo pounas more in the ware- I Atchison conv 4s 106
nouses zor me continued sale v ednewiay. 1 Atchison adj 4s stamped.. vu
in- sale today, as regards prices, has I Atcbison conv 5s 107
not come un to the .vnecrntlnn of th rrov. Atlantic Coast Line cons as 95
era. None of the large dips., with the I At Coast Line "L ft N coll" 4s. 93
is considered a
valuable asset by
any city because
of its beautiful
proven . durabil
ity and because
its use means a
Baltimore Jk Ohio 814a.. 91
Baltimore ft Ohio 4a 97
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 4s 89
uan southern xirst os. ......... ivi
Chesapeake ft Ohio 4s..
C B ft Q gen mtg 4s
exception of Even McLennan, was offered.
ollowlng are the cIIds sold today, the
.seller, buyer and price paid:
jonaia McKay, to Kuhn. 18.0OO sounds.
at 1S cents; Pat Rellly, to Klahland,
ou.uuu pounas. at 16 cents; Wharton Bros.,
to JJufour, 20, Duo pounds, at 15 cents; D.
L. McKae, to Dufour. 28,000 pounds, at
15 cents: Donald UcRae estate, to Du
four, 23.U0O pounds, at 15 cents: H. C.
KOODer .to ainsheimer. Sl.Onft onunds.
16 cents: E. R Lausrhlin. to Rinshelmer.
16.000 pound:, at 15 cent.; Ewen McLen-
uj.ii. 10 xvosniana & Arc.il 114.000 nnim .1 .
at 16 cents; L. A. Connelly, to Angell,
38,000 pounds, at 10 cents; Jackson Klr
by, to Dufour. HO0U nounda at 15U cents:
Taylor ft Sheoard. to Kuhn. 90OO Dounds. at
10 y cents; John McLennan, to uuiour,
ii.wv pounas, at 15 cents; Thomas Bro-
K-n, to iiuiour. 4s.oou Dounas. at j
.Bnla- O T T ... .. . . . 1 ..... . , . iuui
at .15' cents"; X. E.'McDanlel.,' to G. T. Sharp K.K" KJf,-
aua xaarry . v agner, l.uoo pounds, at 10
cents: J. T. Ash, to SInshelmer, 15,000
pounds, at 14 cents; Frank Gamble, to
Kuhn. 46.00O Dounds. at ISM, cents: Maione
t i.'"or;."- i,"S.'i.,""r,T,.i.i"Z Norfolk ft Western 4s
ing Mill's. 14 000 o'n.,nrt f 17J .: Norfolk ft Western conv 4s 110
u. , -ZL ,T I N Y Ont ft W 48. . .
cents': H. Keys.'- to Dufour. 18,000 pounds, SjEj??
at lO'A cents: JU. tl- Known, to N naha mar. -"". . -.
"tnnn .......!- , 1 1; 1 . u , ' I Oregon Short Line 4S
borne, to SInshelmer. :!..OoO oounda. t 1Btl I Oregon Ry ft Nay 4S
An,.. t a u- ,v , 11 . : .. 1 Penna Ry 4s of 1946.
mt n't -.",-. tV w.... IT 1 ' PhlllDDlne Railway 4s
000 pounds, at' 17 cents; R. W. Johnson, lot SLf, &enr?,L it
B. ti SlnohelTnor 11 n,Kl nnnnH. 1.1 Republic of Cuba 5S.....
R. W. Johnson, to Angell. 7UOO Dounda at
C B ft Q joint 4S. .
C B ft Q Ills 4ft
C B ft Q Denver 4s
I Central Pacific first 4s
Chicago ft East 111 4s.......
Chicago R I ft P ref 4. ,
Chicago R I ft P Col trust 4s. .
Colorado ft Southern first 4s.
Denver ft Rio Grande 4s......
I Del ft Hudson conv 4s.........
Erie first cons P L 4s. ........
Int Met 4
I Japanese 4s
Japanese first 4.. .....
I Japanese aecond 4s.. .......
ijouisvme ft Kasnviue uni 11..
I Missouri Pacific 4s ,
New York Central 3 Ms
isew York central L, 3 3s...
New York City 4s
New York City 4r of 1957..
. 98 .
NEW WOOI. ON THE EASTERN AAKEXI
Territory Stock Sells at Boston at 54 to 5
BOSTON. June 18. The 1912 wool clln is
on the market.' Old wool is nearly forgot
ten, although still quotable. New Ohio and h" "2 SiZiZZ -Sunon
m if hi, .on mrfi Vnni. mtr,A . ns,--. kn'te states ds coupon.
while some new territory stock 'from Utah
and Wyoming has sold at from 54c to 56c
The tendency Is toward a hte-her level of
Srooff .r2.9nnt?zx. M'rf' ."'f'v I w. "n rnioi 4;:::::::::::; n
stance, a trifle higher.
bcoured basis Texas fine 6 to 8 months.
4S5Cc: fine 12 months. 53055c: fine Fall.
California Northern. 51052c: middle
county, 50c; Southern, 474Sc; Fall free.
Southern Pacific first ref 4s;
Southern Pacific col 4s. .
Southern Railway 4s...,
st L. ft s F rel 4s
Union Pacific first 4s 100
Union Pacific conv 4s ...101
Union Pacific ref 4s 7. 96
United States Steel S F fis 102
United State. 2s registered 100
United States 2s coupon iuu
United States 3s registered.. 102
United States 3s coupon 102
United State 4s registered. ... .114
united states 4s coupon in
United Railway S F 4s 66
United Railway St L 4s 76
Wabash first 4s 70
Westlnghouse conv 5s. .
Wisconsin Central 4s..
I West Shore 4
'Astists large going enter
- prises requiring additional
capital to complete profit
Operations country wide.
" - - ,
, CORRESPONDBNCS INYTTED
NEW YORK . PHILADELPHIA
zitrsasSlnel Lalayelte SnUslai
Irsi WMtmal Bask IMtir '
STOCKS. BONUS. GRAIN AND COTTON
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE
NEW YORK COTTON 1IXCHAWOS .
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE '
THE STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE.
SAN FRAN CISCO.
Main Office Mills Bldg., San Francises.
Branch Offices Vancouver. Seattle, Pert-
land, Los Angeles, San Diego, Coronada
PORTLAND Or J- It K 1
Main Floor Lumbermen Bank Building,
Fifth and Stark.
Phones Marshall 4120. A 4181. -
Money, Exchange, Etc
new YOP.K. June 18. Money on call.
steady, 2 2 per cent; ruling rate. 2;
Oregon Eastern No. 1 staple. 58c: East- I nererd t ftii
era clothing, 50c; Valley No. 1. 4748c I Time loans, steady; 60 days, 3 per cent:
territory line staple, o.ipttac; IIBS me- I 90 days, 3tf3 per Cent; SIX months, 3t
fine ined'um clothing. 5052c: halfalood
combing;. 571?5Sc: three-eighths-blood comb-
We Offer for Sale.
Portland Home Telephone 5s.
Oregon Electric Railway 5s.
City & Suburban Railway 4s.
All local bonds bought and sold.
J. W. CRUTHBR8 A CO
' "1009 Board of Trade Bid.
Prim mercajitfl -naner. 3 494 oer cent.
Sterling exchange firm, with actual busl
ine, 50ff52c; quarter-blood com ins, 464Sclneas In bankers' bills at $4.8475 for 60-day I Wether
Pulled fine A. 54 56c; A supers, B253c. bills and at 4. 8755 for demand.
commercial dius, .h-m
Wool at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS. June 18. Wool, steady. Ter
ritory and Western medl urns. IB a 18c: fins
meouims, loqyitc; nne, iodise.
salted calf. 20i2lc: salted klD. 11012c
Foreisn crop conditions are summarised I green bides. 10c; dry calf. No. 1, 25c; No. 2,
24c ; dry bides. 19 p 20c ; salted stags,
7Ht?8c; jrreen stass, 67c
casuaka per pouna. soc.
GRAIN BAGS In car lots. 9C.
by the LaiTerpool Corn Trade Neva as fol
United Klnndom Tbe wheat plant Is
health v and snows a vigorous growth, al
though on poor soil In some sections the
plant is thin. There have been good bene
ficial rains during the week. Supplies of
native m-fa tat are scarce.
France The crop outlook Is generally fa
vorable although there are some com
plaints of lack oi moisture in some pans.
Supplies of .native wheat aro Increasingly ! BAN
ti e rma ny The crop out! ook Is very f a-
vorable. with the weather seasonable. Na
tive wheat is becoming very scarce.
Low Countries The crop outlook Is fa-
voraolts with the weather conditions fa
Hungary Present prospects are for
Linseed Oil and Terpentine.
IMOPLTl All Daaa Kami- DGn hnllait
barrels. 90c: raw. caseL 93c: boilL caitea
TURFSKTUfE Cues, 68c; barrels. QO,
FBANC1SCO FBODUCB MARKK1
Prices Quote s4 the Bay City for Vege
tables. FruSta, Etc
SAN FRANCISCO. June 18. Tbe follow
Ing d reduce prices were current here today
Fruit Apples, cnoice, sa.zo: common, sua:
Mexican limes, $5.50 ; California lemons,
choice. S3 ; common, l.M; navel oranges.
gooa nnrTMu .... I ft 1 Mi 9 7S nlno annlM. 4S SO (ft
Roumanla The crop oatioox is generally i "
cood. although there are occasional com-1 -
tZ?'.- LV . th k Kfi.ii Butter Fancy creamery, 28c.
; ' ! I Eccs Store, lie; fane; ranch, tic
r? ... aukms.sa ha WAn niir I lltlsiUlDS ubuuawv.si. v ur ,. t w
look is good, with tha weather favorable, sarlic. t" peaa. im string
in the southeast there are complaints oil - . -.
cTesslve rains. In the Caucasus damage to toes, iocvi.i aiviu". omoua.
IV'l.t.. n-V. . 1. 1 1. ,nnf rmnd. in the MSI BVffiua
reports regarding- Spring wheat are more
hopeful, but some ear that tns seen is poor.
Arrivals from the Interior generally light.
India In the United Provinces arrive
at the primary marketa are smaller. Ralna I
have commenced, which will delay the
gon Burbanka, 1.204 1.0O; Early Rose, Sl
1.25: aweets. SO tfc.
Hay Wheat. sis.!Hi?3i; wheat and oat.
SIS.uOtfia; airaiia, ij..
Hecelptc r lour, v& quarter sacKS
wheat, 1160 centals; barley, 27SS centals;
Italy The favorable crop outlook ha. I potatoea, 1940 sacks: middlings, 20 sacks
been maintained and cuttinff ha. com
menced. Native wheat 1. very scarce and
Spain rrop reports show moderate im
Brovementvwtag ts light rains, which have
partially relieved the drouth.
hay, 113 tons; wool. 512 bales.
MkllillTPva tRR RFlnV KEI.1.T.RS. w!7C.
- Metal Markets.
NEW YORK. June 18. Copper. Arm.
Standurd spot and June, 17.32 tac; July to
September. , 17.1 ; electrolytic.
lTtflTc; lake, iitivic; casting,
Spot. 48.3TM64S.87Hc;' July.
. t.. .1.- u i.-. t 1 44.H7U Si4tic.
Spelter, steady. 6.1l.ir 7.0.".c.
auil. loukbdhi, ?c
Apricots Dae In Jt'ew lay.
' here waa good demand yesterday for
rood cantaloupea at S3.&0w4.30 a crate.
There wa. a good deal of poor stock on the
market offering at all price, from St
$2.60 a crate, but buyers were afraid of It.
Liberal receipts of strawberries and
rmaller demand cauaed a weaker market.
$1.25 being the ton. off grade berries sold
down to 60 cent.
Local raspberries were quoted at 11.75
C S3 a crate. - I " Coffee and So gar.
Blng cherries from laano moved well at NEW YORK. June IS. Coffee futures
10612V cent, a pound. Ordinary local I ,ttady ,t a decline of S to 4 point under
black cherriea were quoted at 4a 5c. I Brazil. The close was ate.dy, net 1 point
Apricota were plentiful, but tbe aale Is I higher to t points lower. Sales. 42,io0 bags,
still checked by the presence of so much June, 11.5c; July. 11.61c; August. 13.71c;
m.ii rruit. A straight car of apricots will September, 13.81c: October, 13 8ir; Novem-
Iron, steady, uncnangea.
Arrlvala today. 71 tons; exports
month. 14.371 .tons.
London copper lirra; spot, tis lis xa: ru.
tures, 80 Ss 9d. London tin steady; spot.
307: futures, 17 ss.
London lead. 17 tsa sa.
Tendon snelter. 26 los.
ilron, Cleveland warrants. 54s ld In Lon-on.
ber, ls.Ssc; December and January, 13.93e;
February, U. 90c; March, ls.ssc; April.
13.98c; May, 14c.
Spot -No. 7 Rio, 14S4C
Sugar Raw steady. Muscovado, (9 test.
I.Stc; centrifugal, i test, 3. Sic; molasses.
e test, 3.110; refined quiet.
Dried Kruit at New Turk.
NEW YORK. June 18. Evaporated apples
continue Inactive with pnoes nominally un.
arrive on Thursday or Friday.
The last of this season's navel oranges is
now on the market. Tb. hot weather ha
stimulated the demand for both oranges
and lemons. i
NEW CROP HOPS BRXSG tl CENTS.
Contract Made at Gerrai at That Figure
Grewers Disposed to BelL
The signing of a contract for the sale of changed. On the spot, fancy are quoted at
1.1. rirxmn hn, . Hn -Krt. Ik. X1C COU1CV. O W 7ft V
'"- Oregon hop. at 21 cents .how. the 1 r,;..V-. ith nrlrea steadv In aa
downward course the market for the new Mnca of pressure. quotaUon ranging from
crop is taking. in. contract, wnicn wa3t'VsC for California up to ju-ius ana
secured by Joseph L. Harrfs, was mad. by .tit) 'he lor Oregon.
Th.... v-mi... e ........ Peaches Quiet and nominal: choice. 7
tit, to be delivered la 12..0. pounds. -Harris T c : " choice, 8gtc; fancy. SVs10c
is said to have obtained a number of other I Kaval Stores. ' '
crops, out to. particular, wer not learneo. SAVANNAH, Oa.. June 18. Turpentine.
ao increasing number or growers are seek- firm. 44t 444c Sales. 774: receipt. lOIOi
leg buyers and Indicate 11 and 23 cents ss I shipments. 12U; stock, 21.034.
acceptable prices, but neither In Portland Bo- ""?, ."'T-1": .n'R:!..-.781
nor In Salem can dealer be found with
order, at these figures, though a few days
ago the prlcea were obtainable.
Yesterday's cable, reported crop condition.
In England and oa the Continent as very
shipments. 606: stock. yuote: a
.V0W6.1ti; O, S6.C50 6.35; E. S6.70;s.75;
F. S7.20T.25:XG. H. L S7.20S7.25; K.
S7.S0; M. Si. 35t? 7.40; N, S7.407.5u; fl.
Chicago Prod ace Market.
CHICAGO. June IS. Butter, steady.
Creameries, 2S(r23c: dairies, 21 024c
Eggs, firm; receipts. .'2.475 cases; at mara.
Bar silver. 6144 0.
Mexican dollars. 48c
Government bonds, steady: railroad bond.
LONDON. June 18. Bar sliver, aulet
2&4&d per ounce. Money. 2tt per cent. The
rate ox discount in tne open maraet zor
4.0C a 6.00
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA. June 18. Cattle Receipt. 2400
market, strong to 10c higher. Native steers.
Stf.50e.25; cow and heifers, J3.S&7.Su;
Western steers, S5.2508.1O; Texas steers,
Tr. Za OK.. .nn,. 1 rt ri h, fM, Ml.
short bills ia 2 1B-163 per cent; for three I csners. ,$2.75194.50; stockers 'and' feeders,
LEADING STOCKS AT NEW YORK
ARE TJXDER. PRESSURE.
months' bills, 215-1SIB3 Per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 18. Sterling on
London Sixty days, 84.84; do, sight.
silver bars, oic.
Mexican dollars, nominaL '
Drafts, sight 2c, telegraph 4c
$4.257; calvbs. 358.70; bulls, stags, etc.
4 tfr) 7.
Hogs Receipts.' 8600. Heavy, 7.25T.8.V
market- Ec hlaher. Mixed. S7.20S7.30
light. $7.107,oO; pigs, Sti7; ulk of sales.
Sheen Receipts. flOO: market. steady.
Yearllnjrs. S55.tf5: wethers. S4.505; ewes.
S2.50i4.o0; lamh. &2d(a.
Coal Share Holders Fear Inquiry hj
Interstate Commerce Commission,
Light Demand for Money.
NEW YORK. June 18. Today- stock
market did practically nothing of moment.
Prominent Issues like Union Pacific and
LIVELY TRADE AT YARDS
HOGS AND SHEEP SELL
Condition of tbe Treasury.
WASHINGTON. June 18. At the begin
ning of business today the condition of the
united states treasury was:
Working balance in treasury oinces soo,
Tn kAnlt. .mt Philinriina treasurv S36.
The total balance in the general rand wa
S1S0.339,BSW. . . .
Ordinary receipts yesterday were 1951. 54L
with nrrllnarv riisbursements Of S1.S40.850.
rne aeiicit to o&u mis cibcmi jw
i, 6.fe?, ieei-w", ".-1!L. P IJ Kun of All Classes Is Good Cattle fr" L 'l1 BurplUB ot 12'687'965
Move Within tbe Former
Range of Quotations.
most of tbe time, and coal shares receded
for like reasons. Heaviness of tbe latter
securities was more directly associated.
however, with the announcement that the
Interstate Commerce Commission proposes
beiclnnlnic us inquiry into tne me too as em'
ployed by the anthracite companies.
1 nere aiso was ueciuca wtHutness in wa i rria...-. ... .:. v M ,h .1.....
tL7",V. rn.. ? the yards yesterday, with a run
sugar Kenning company .na.e menca of orlces. and hogs and sheeo
j . . 1 ,nr. RrivanmM.
sion. AS tor tne general list, .prices nuc- 1 t. 1. A .v.. . , c -r
tuated narrowly. In the closing hour, with , grades ranging In price from 5.S5 OVER 400
trading almost at a standstill the early , .? The OMt cows Tere taken at , 8H1PS
losses in Beading ana iniSn vauey were A Ioad of heifers was sold at S5.80. and
largely recovereu. I calves, which were more plentiful than
xus.u !. . usual, ranged in price from to S7.70,
the buying side, dealings being estimated 0 to alza ;na quality.
at 10.000 snares, a gooaiy part 01 wnicn A l0-d ot toD r,ad nKht hog. brought
S7.SO an advance of a nickel over the beat
price that ha. prevailed for the last few
Three large bunches of wether were sold,
one bringing $4.40. which Is 15 cent, better
at thtfl tlTTi,, lfuir v.fl r.
These figures exclude ranama canai sou
public debt transactions.
Largest S.S. Co.
In ths World
Continued light aemana was the one fea
ture of the local monetary situation. Call
money was offered under yesterday's max!
Bonda were Irregular, with a lower trend I ,. . ,ii,i ., Th.
to some 01 tne aiuro iiojwruuii . 1 wer sold at $3-
sales par value J2.105.O00.
bond, were uncnangea.
CLOSDiO STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Ceantrv Prednes I. him.
All lines ot country produce were .low I c"" Included. 15i lHc; ordinary flrsta.
and generally unchanged. Poultry was In
good .uppl.v. Veal was firm and pork was
steady. The demsnd for eggs was limited.
There were no change in the butter or
ltb: firsts. 1714c
t'heese. steady. Daisies. 14 91414 c: Twins,
13 t? ISc: Young Americas. 141i?14c;
Long Horns, 146 like
Duluth Flax Market.
TITL.TTTH. Minn.. June IS. Close": Lin.
I seed, on track and to Arrive. $2.28; June.
Bank clearing, of tne Northwestern cities $2.28. nominal: July. T2.2S bid: September,
yesterday were as follows
New York Cotton Market.
VTCW YORK. June 18. The cotton mar.
1J.Iket closed quint, net decline 2 to $ points.
The Imports of ties into the United Ptates
tnr the 12 month, endjne necember 31
There ha been a sharp advance in. bean. I were .2t3 tons, value at $4,102,000.
Sharp Advance ia Beans.
Allis Cbal pr . .
Amal Copper . ..
Am Agricult . ..
Am Beet Sugar.
American Can. .
Am Car A Fay
Am Cotton Oil.
Am Hd & Lt pf
Am Ice Securi. .
Am Linseed . . .
Am Sruel jc Kef-
Am sfeel Fdy. .
Am Sugar Ref..
Am Tel A Tel
Am Tobacco pf.
Am Woolen ....
Anaconda M Co
do preferred. .
Atl Coast Line
Bait ar Ohio ...
Brook B Trun. .
Canadian Pac ..
Central of N J.
Ches Ohio ...
Chicago A Alton
Cbi tit West
do preferred. . .
Chicago i N W ,
C. M 4s St Paul
C. C. C St L.. .
Col Fuel s: Iron
Col & Southern. .
Consol Gas ....
Corn Products ..
Del & Hudson .. .
l & R Grande..
do preferred.. .
Distillers' Secur .
do 1st pr
do 2d pf
Gen Electric . .. .
Gt North pf
Gt North Ore . . .
Icterbor Met . .
do preferred. .
Inter alarlne pf
Int Punip .....
Iowa Central . .
K C Southern. .
Laclede Gas . . .
Louis A Nash.
Minn SI U .. .
M. S- P S S M
Mo. Kan ft Tex .
Nat Biscuit . . .
N Ry Mex 2 pf. -l.S0
N Y Central . . . JW
N Y. Ont 4k Wea 600
Norfolk at West 4
Northern Pac ..
Paclflc Mall ...
People'a Gas . .
P. C C ft St L..
Pittsburg Coal .
Pressed 8 Car..
Pull Pal Car . .
Ry gisal arin
140 5, .
' 1.800 ,
T7 77 .
52 52 V,
Receipts yesterday were 886 cattle. 801
calves. 204 hogs and 1070 sheep.
Shipper, were R. N. Adams, Umatilla, 3
cars of cattle and calves; j. is. Keynolds,
Condon. 8 car. of cattle and alvea; J. L.
Cox, Pomeroy. 11 car. of cattle: Pomeroy
Meat ft Livestock Association. Pomeroy, 8
cars of cattle; A. L. Demaris. Milton. 1 car
of bogs: F. G. Cloydt, Pomeroy, 8 cars of
cattle and hogs; Morrow ft Keenan. Madras,
2 cars of sheep; F. M. McCain, Madras. 2
cars of aheep, and John End, Sherar, 1 car
The day, .ales were as follows:
276 wethers .......75 $3.00
258 wethers 7b
20 steers 1101
27 steers 1051
64 steers ...... ............. ..1102
10 steers ...1134
28 heifer .........
5 cows ....
32 cows ........ ...
2 cow ...........
1 bull 1390
8 steer. .
1 .tag ...
3 steers .
1 steer . .
1 cow ...
1 cow ...
9 steer .
8 cow ..
19 cows ..
19 calves .
3 calvea .
6 calve .
11 calve .
1 calf ...
41 calve. .
3 cow. . .
1 cow : . .
7 heifers .
1 cow .'. .
T cow ..
1 bull ...
88 steer. . .
105 hog ...
2 hog ...
.......... . 88
Kainerin Ang. V. June 27, 9 .
President Grant June 29. 10 1
Cincinnati ...... .June 4, 12, noon
efPennsylvanla .July 6, 10 a. m.
Second Cabin only. tWlll call at
GIBRALTAR. MAPLES, 'GENOA.
S.S.M0LTKE, July 6, 10 A.M.
8. 8. Moltke August 20, 11 A. Al.
Two Ideal Cruises
AROUND the WORLD
. INLAND EXCURSIONS .
AND SIDE TRIPS
Optional 14 DAYS IN JAPAN
Tours 17 BAYS IN INDIA
Nov. $,1912 I 'Feb. 27, 1918
From New. Yprk From San Fx" sec
ffiiS. S. CLEVELAND
Including all necessary expenses
aboard and ashore, railway, hotel,
shore excursions, carriages, guides,
To the LAND OF TUB MIDNIGHT
SUN. Eight delightful cruises dur
ing June. July and August, from
Hamburg to Norway, North Cape,
Spitsbergen. Iceland, etc
. DURATION 14 TO 26 DAYS
Cost $62.60 and up.
Pnlendid service, large steamships
"VICTORIA LL'ISE." "KRONPRIN
ZESSIN CECILIB" and "ME
TEOR." Write for booklet of any cruise.
160 Powell St., San Francisco, Cel.;
0 -W. R. ft N. Co.. Nor. Pacific. D.
. R a Burlington Routs, Mil- t
srankee ft Puget sound H. H
Dorsey B. Smith. 69 3th
bL, roruana. w
The range of prices at the yards was as
Choice steers $6.S50$7.35
Good steer. . .............. . 6.509 ..&
Medium eteer .......... 600$ 6.591
Good cows .......
liftu I Choice caives
-Good heavy calves .
. '. 13..T1.
... 6.000 6.37
... $.509 6.00
.... 6 009 8.50
.... 4.75 0 6.35
... 7.00 T.80
... 6.0PS 6.50 1
San Francisco. Los Angeles
and San Diego Direct
S. S. Roanoke and S. S. Elder
Can Every Wednesday Alternately at 6 P. It
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&.USV 4.26 1 122 A Third St. Fbsaea Main 1814. A ISU
THE, UNITED STATES
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Capital . . . . . $1,000,000
Surplus arid Profits $1,000,000
' J. C." AUTSWORTH, President. H. W. 8CHMEER, Ca.hler.
R. LEA BARNES, Tlee-Presldent.
.A. H, WRIGHT, Assistant Cashier. . . W. A. HOLT, Assistant Cashier.
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CHECKS ISSUED NEGOTIABLE EVERYWHERE
DRAFTS DRAWN on ALL FOREIGN COUNTRIES
LADD & TILTON BANK
B orpins and Undivided Profits. .........
Commercial and Savings Accounts
Letters of credit, drafts and traveler ' cheeks issued AVaQe '
able in ail parts of the world. .
Robert S, HewaMV Aa
Edward CaeklnKham, Vlee-Praa. J. W. La4d, Asst. Cashier.
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W. ii. Dvackley, Cashier.
Walter M. Oesk, Mmt. CsMhismi
First National Bank
Oldest Rational Bank West of tho
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
Tnrh 16 Kxehanare Place, -
Over two hundred other branches In the United States and Canada.
Every care taken of collections. Drafts on all foreign countries and
principal cities in United States and Canada bought and sold, ana a
general, banking business transacted.
Interest allowed on Time and Special Deposits.
PORTLAND BRANCH, SECOND AND STARK STREETS
...W. C. MAI. PAS. Manasrer.
P Mil The Pavement that best withstands the !;
ll-rvVviM wear and tear of traffice and every cli- i?
K matie condition everywhere Barber As-
Effective May 8, 1912
" SS. PRINCE RUPERT AND .
SS, PRINCE GEORGE"
Leave Seattle, Wash., Wednesday and
Sunday at 12:00 o'clock, midnight.
For Victoria, Vancouver, Prince RnperV
Stewart, Granby Bay and Queea
Grand Trunk Pacific Railway
Trains leave Prince Rupert, B. C
Monday, Wednesday and Saturday. .(
1:00 P. M. lor Yanarsdol (100 miles).
FREE PUBLICATIONS ResrardlnK Caaadlan Homestead Landa, BulneM
and social Uondiuona; aim uuiidui upeninsa.
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY SYSTEM
FOUR THROUGH TRAINS DAILY NO EXCESS FARE,
BETWEEN CHICAGO AND Al, I, POINTS EAST.
THROUGH PULLMAN STANDARD AND TOURIST SLEEPING-CARS.
Dorsey B. Smith, City Passenger AsTt Fifth St. Phone Marshall 197.
J. H. BnrKln. G. A, P. D, Seattle, Wash.
SYDNEY SHORT LINE
19 DAYS FROM SAX FRANCISCO
Via HONOLULU and TUTUILA (SAMOA!
Splendid Steamers of Oceanio bteamsbip Co.
IcSnreckele Xlue). 1U.00U tons displacement.
sail from San Francisco. July 2. July 30
(new schedule) and every 28 days there
after on a 18-DAY SERVICE TO SYDNEY,
AUSTRALIA, with stop at HONOLULU and
SAMOA, THE QUICK AND ATTRACT! VK
KOUTlu iw rnis s3 ihvum. csan r ran-
cisco to Svdney, 1st class, $200; round trip.
$S0O. Round world, $600, 1st class; $375 2d
class, via Ceylon and Mediterranean, intop
1st class. SaiUnirs, June 22, July 2, 18. Sfl
aad every S weeks.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO., 673 Market fit
REGULAR FRjaUHT SERVICE.
Law Rates. hcaedule Xisk
AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN S. S. CH
fie Railivay Ezebaac BlasW .
Portias a, Oa.
Mala azTS. A VTm
COOS BAY 1JNE
sails from Alnsworth Dock. Portlsnd. t A.
M. May x. e. 13, as. Z3 and z; jua. a. i.
lx. 17. 21 and 27. Freight received at
Alnsworth Dock dally up u 1 P. k Pas
sanser fare, first-class, $10.00; aeeoud-clasa
IT 00, Including berth an meals Ticket
atne. Aissworth Doatt. Phones Maus tfsuu,
-EMPRESS OF THE ATLANTIC
AND OTHER STEAMSHIPS. 2
MONTREAL, QUEBEC AND LIVERPOOL
. VIA TBS '
SCENIC ROUTE TO EUROPB
1000 MILES -,i
ON THE ST. LAWRENCE RIVER
AND . ,
LESS THAN FOUR DAYS AT SEA 1
2SS MILES. PORT TO PORT
TBE SHORTEST OCEAN PASSAOB ,
First Cabin ..$92.60 anonp
Second Cabin . .$53.76 and up
One-Clans Cabin (2d-class) $0.00 and op
Third-Class-Lowest rate, en request.
Canadian Pacific office, corner Tulrd and
Pine (Multnomah Hotel bide), Portland,
and all local axenta.
ASTORIA NORTH BEACH
O.-W. R. & N. steamer Hassalo leaves
Portland dally, except Saturday and Sunday,
from Ash-street dock at I A. M. ; arrives at
Astoria 1:80 and Megler 2:15 P. M. (Sat
urdays leaves Portland 1 P. H.. arrives
Megier 6:30 P. M.) O.-W. R. A N. steamer
Harvest Queen leaves Portland dally, except
Saturday and Sunday, from Ash-street dock
at 8 P. M-. arrives Astoria 6:15 and Megier
7:30 A. M. (Saturdays leaves Portland 10
P. M.. arrives Megier 7:80, Astoria 8 A: M.)
Hassalo leaves Astoria daily, except Satur
day and Sunday, at 1:30. Merler 2:45 P. M .
arrive Portland 10 P. M. (Sundays leaves
Megier 9 P. M., arrlvea Portland 5:30 A. L)
Harvest Queen leaves Astoria daily, except
Sunday, 7 A. M-, Megier 7:30, arrives Port
land 5:80 P. M. Connections at Megier tor
all North Besrh polnta
The metal production of Txa is mainly
tn silver and th greater part ef this Is
from tho Presidio silver-lead mine la., tbe