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TIIE JIORXIXG. OREGOXIAN- TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1913.
RQTHLEY DUE SOON
British Lumber Carrier Under
Way to Portland.
OFFSHORE VESSEL LEAVES
Barken tine Lahina Departs for Cape
Town Several Coast-Owned
Windjammers Expected to
Sail Before September 1 .
Word came y-eslerday that the British
steamer Rothley, -aa-nich Bairour.
Guthrie & Co. will dispatch for
Australia, was to have left San Fran
cisco last night for Caspar to work a
part cargo of redwood. She la looked
for In the river, ready to accept cararo.
In a week. The Rothley was loaded in
the Spring by the same Arm for
Australia and will carry away approxi
mately 3,500.000 feet.
The British steamer Algoa, owned by
tho p(-ifl- Mall line, which is to head
for Australia, reft Eureka yesterday
with about 2,500.000 feet of redwood.
When her load is finished nere n is
hoDed to have more aboard than was
sent away on the Knight of the Garter,
which established a port record In load.
ina- 6.000.000 feet. There was one de
parture yesterday among" offshore ves
sels, the barkentine Labalna having
left down In tow of the tug wallula.
bound for Cape Town.
The Norwegian steamer Thode Fage-
lund, which W. R. Grace & Co. have
under charter, will shift from the Port-
and mill to the plant of the North Pa
cific Lumber Company at daylight this
morning to finish working lumber for
the Panama Canal. The Norwegian
steamer Thor Is taking "on the last
of her cargo at Llnnton for China and
there will be a few more of the Coast-
owned windjammers In port to get away
by September 1.
In August last year the lumber ex
portation reached 17,386.019 feet and
the coastwise movement was 17,656,133
feet. It Is not believed that the com
bined ' showing will be exceeded this
month but shipments should be more
than the average in both columns.
BEAR OWNERS TO FOOT BILL
Log Shows Speeding Charge V'n-
founded and It Is Withdrawn.
Repairs to the schooner Rosamond,
loading at the North Pacific Mill for
the West Coast, alleged to have been
caused by swells from the 'Big Three
steamer Bear when she reached the
harbor Friday from California ports,
will be made at the expense of the
San Francisco & Portland Steamship
Company, through an understanding
with the schooners owners.
Captain Matiesen, her master, ac
companied Harbormaster Speier to. the
Bear yesterday and discussed the mat
ter with Captain Nopander. command
ing the latter. Captain Matiesen had
alleged that the Bear was making 15
miles an hour. Her log showed that
a slow bell was given before she
reached the plant of the Portland Flour
ins Mill Company and that opposite
the flouring mill a stopping bell was
sounded. The Rosamond's master re
cited that the damage would reach
3250, while the steamship interests es
timated It as between 125 and 350. Jn
view of the showing made on the log
no-- charge of speeding was placed
agaipst Captain Nopander. The Bear
was In charge of a pilot at the time.
SMOOTH SEA MXFFLES . BELL
Port Orford Signal Gives Best Re
sults in Heavy Swell.
Captain B. G. Macdonald. of the As
sociated Oil Company's tanker W. F.
Herrin, has found that the new gas and
whistling-buoy established off Orford
Reef, which is also equipped with the
submarine bell signal apparatus, is not
as efficient, so far as the bell signal
is concerned, in a smooth sea as when
there is a swell on. He has written
Henry L. Beck. Inspector of the Sev
enteenth Lighthouse District, that
while he heard the bell three and a
half miles away, also later passed with
in eight-tenths of a mile of it, the bell
sounded the same as if struck with a
hammer and then the clapper was
Others passing the buoy, when there
was a swell on, reported having heard
the signal' several miles, and while
smooth conditions' would prevent tne
bell being heard easily during a fog,
it is argued that it probably would be
of tbe greatest assistance to mariners
during tempestuous weather. At sucn
times, there Is such animated move
ment of the sea that the bell's action
would be strong- .-...
FISHERMAN " SrnAXKS SKIPPER
Consideration for Night Workers
Captain Carlson, master of the O.-
W. R. & X. steamer Hassalo. met with
a new experience on the river Sunday
night off cathlamet, when the steamer
was slowed down while passing the
net of two fishermen, for as the Has
salo slid by the last floats of the gill
net one of the fishermen sang out:
Much obliged. Cap.'
Skippers have complained that when
they have consideration for nets and
se their best endeavors to prevent
damage with sternwheelers or propell
er vessels, some fishermen show no
ppreciatlon and at times when an
njury results from steaming over nets
regardless of whether they are in the
hannel, a stream of profanity usually
salutes them. Mariners usually ex-
rclse care In running over nets, but
a few entering the river on coasters
complain that at times so many nets
re set in the fairway that It Is al
most . impossible for them to proceed
without harming them.
NORTH JETTY WILL BE TOPIC
Board of Columbia Ports to Meet
ASTORIA, Or.. Aug. IS. (Special.)
'The object of the meeting of the ex
ecutive board of the committee of the
crts of the Columbia, that is to be
held In Portland Thursday evening, is
o discuss ways and means of hastening
work on the construction of the north
Jetty and also to see what -can be done
relative to securing additional dredges
to assist the Chinook, said Dr. Kinucy.
chairman of the Board, tonight "I
shall have a meeting that day with the
rocs: quarry men and see It they are
prepared to double the daily deliveries
or rocR. as there Is no use of having
ne crew at the Jetty increased by add
ing another shift unless the additional
rock Is available. Ex-Senator Bourne.
who has been Investigating the matter
of the available dredges, will be present
at the meeting.
As to the talk of calling a special
session of the Legislature to Interest
toe state In the bar and river improve
ment I do not care to say anything. It
has simply been spoken of In a casual
way. There is nothing definite abnut
and until after I confer further with
the members of the board, there is ab
solutely nothing I can say."
PCGET SOUXD TCG3 INSPECTED
Sea Rover, Goliah and Tatosh Are
Officials of the Port of Portland
Commission will not close with tbe
Red Stack Tugboat Compfeny. of San
Francisco, for tbe charter of the tug
Sea Rover to supplant the tug Wallula
temporarily on the Columbia River
bar until Investigations have been
carried on at Puget Sound cities. M.
Talbot, manager of the Port of Pert
land, left for Seattle yesterday on such
a mission. .
The. tugs Goliah and Tatcrosh, owned
by the Puget Sound Tugboat Company
and formerly In service on the bar, are
said -to be available. Some mariners
are inclined to the view that the Go
liah is larger than the Port requires.
As it is planned to have, a tug at work
on the bar by September 15. vessels
available elsewhere also may be in
spected. Marine Notes.
Lumber exporters say that the de
mand for cargoes In Australia has fallen
off and it is assumed (hat dealers there
look for lower rates, so will delay
Lumber will be loaded at St Helens
for Los Angeles aboard the steamer
Merced, which was cleared yesterday
with 980,000 feet, and the steamer Jim
Butler was cleared for Redondo with
600.000 feet. The Butler left last even-.
ing lor Rainier to begin working and
will finish her load at Knappton.
Two coasters due today are the
steamer Yellowstone, bringing a full
cargo of miscellaneous stuff.nd the
steamer Multnomah with 18,000 sacks of
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. Aus. 18. galled Barkentine
Lahaina, for Cape Town; steamer Break
water, -for Coos Bay.
Astoria. Aug. 18. Arrived down at 4:30
ana sailed at 6 F. M. steamer breakwater,
for Coos Bar.
San Francisco. Aug. 18. Sailed at 2 A. M.
Steamer Willamette; at 1 P. M., steamer
Rose City, for Portland. Arrived at 7 A. II.
Steamer Klamath; steamer Maverick, from
fortlana; at v A. steamer Aurella, from
woiumoia ruver; at lu A. ai.. steamer ao-
Semite, from Ran Diea-o.
fc.ureica, Aug. is. Sailed at - p. v.
British steamer Algoa. for Portland.
Singapore. Aug. 15. Sailed British steam
er Den of Glumls, from London for Port
Seattle, 'Wash., Aug. 18. Arrived Steam
ers Governor, from San Dlerra: Ballerphon
turmani, rrom wctorla: t'lty or Seattle,
from Skar-way. Sailed Steamers Santa Am
for Southeastern Alaska; Lightship 67. for
Roche Harbor. Wash.. Aug. 18. Arrived
r-ower oaraentine Archer, from San Fran
San Francisco. Aur. Iff Arrlv.rt Steam
ere Chehalls. O. C. Linrtauer, from Grays
naroor; iwamatn. Maverick, rrom Astoria;
Nebraskan, from Seattle. Sailed Steamers
Willamette, for Astoria: Rosa City, for Port
land; A-aisy oaosoy, lor Grays Harbor,
Columbia River Rate K.nnH
Condition at the mouth of the river at S
r. smootn; wina, nortnwest it miles;
Tides at Astoria Tnesday.
, High Water. Low Water.
' JI A'2 'oet'S:. A. M 0.8 foot
-i:40 P. M 7.8 feet H:01 p. m 2l teet
GOOD STOCK BRINGS $8.75 IN
Cattle Market Remains Unimproved
With Heavy Offering and
Only Fair Demand.
While hog- prices continued to Improve at
-; , jt.i.i nay, ine sate 01
cattle djdn t develop any advance In the
market value of beef stock.
oieers sold yesterday afternoon at J7.S5,
the beat figure obtained in the day. There
was a substantial offering of cattle yester
day from both Oregon and Idaho with only
a fair demand. There was an underground
tone of firmness, however, which save hope
to the cattle shippers.
Tbe 'hor market promises now to recover
Bnfir.lv rim , V. .J i . i . .
- ... .... uv.Ba,v(, uibi n suffered
?V.,T wek' - Scarcity of corn in the
, " itj iu aavanco tne price
So far as the sheep market Is concerned
It continues in about the same unsteady con
dltion that has characterised It for some
time. Th.M . - .
. , - - iub or, aneep at tne
local yards yesterday.
neceipis yesterday consisted of SIT cattle
36J hogs and Hot sheep.
13 at... . Weight. Price.
IS steers , 1090 17.86
10 steers ais0 7 25
" -r 1041 7.75
30 steers m4 7.10
"'ear 9(,2 7 00
"teer 1135 7.0
J ;" S90 7.00
J "ter 1253 ..25
I S95 S.25
J bulla 135u 4 60
.1 cow 1360 7.00
COWS , 8 j
f cow 1090 .io
I cow 3 00
cow 9i .;
i ew 1530 S.25
T co" 9h0 5.75
cow 35 5.75
" 877 6.23
3. cows 8fil 4 E0
15 calves 200 . 50
ca J 1.10 S..10
J J : 390 S.OO
l!'er 5S0 7.00
1 heifer ..j 7U 5.00
J fogs is4 8.7.-,
' JUK 220 .(.-,
9 nous ihi j s
Jogs , 173 j 6r,
J hogs 19t .2.-
hogs 13- j 25
33 hogs , , . .. :n 8 00
1 hog , 300 S.OO
! ho 4S0 7.75
,ho 410 7.65
1 lamb . jen
105 ewes 91 J25
59 wethers . o 4 50
30 steers 1014 7 10
13 steers lono T.S5
2 steers 890 7.00
4 steers 9')2 " 7.00
14 steers 1043 7 75
10 steers v. 1190 7.76
4 steers 125J 25
1 steers J5 6.15
1 ster H30 . 7.7J
steers 11S5 7.00
8 cows 0 5 SO
17 cews 877 (.25
J COWS 1090 6 50
2 cows 9A0 6.75
5 cows ... ................. 93 . 7.00
4 cows 95 6.75
8 cows 911
I COW 1530 25
22 cows 979 S.Si
1 calf 150 S..-.0
1 heifer 970 6.00
1 cow 7.00
1 heifer 60 7. f0
15 calves 10 SM
1 calf 3f0 fi.oo
3 bulls 1259 4.60
64 lambs 60 4 RO
105 ewes . . .
410 7 65
300 I C.i
137 8 23
US 8 --
1 hog ...
1 hog. ...
1 hug . . .
7 hog. ..
79 hogs . .
6 hogs ..
32 hoca ..
94 hogs ..
Livestock at. Chicago.
CHICAGO. Aug. IS. Cattle Receipts. 19.-
tVx-: market, steady to 10c higher. Reeves.
$7i 9; Texas steers, $8.75 w 7.70: Western
steers, S0-2O4T 7.5; stockers and feeders,
1:-I5g7; cows and heifers. $3.C0t5.30:
Hogs Recoipts, 30.000; market, strong
and generallv 5c higher. Llsht. $8.3S;
mtxed. $7 o08S &0: heavy, $7.3ui 8.50: rough,
n.t'((7.vi; pigs. $4.233 8; bulk of sales,
$7.70i 8 SO.
Sheep Receipts, so.oon: market. steady
to strong. Native S3.7O1 4.S0; Western, $4 af
4 75: yearlings, 14.85 51 5 73: lambs, native,
$4.258 7.50: Western. $.'..73 it 7.50.
Livestock at Omaha.
POUTH OMAHA. Neb.. Aug. 18. Cattle
Receipts. 7000; market lower. Native
steers, $7,231)9; cows and heifera. $5.75 tiS:
Western steers. 14.23$ 8: Texas steers. $
7.50: range cows and heifers. $3.5043 7.25;
Hoiri Receipts. 2 vm market. higher.
Heavy, $7.tJni 7.73: light. $7.73 5 8.35; pigs,
Ii jS; buLt of sales, $7.7oe7.75. -
Cheep Receipts. 16,000; market, strong.
Yearlings. $5j5 75; wethers, $4.20tJ4u:
lambs. $6. 75 7.50.
WHEAT 11 BIGGER
Harvest in Northwest Shows
THRESHING IS UNDER WAY
O.-W. R. Co. Receives Reports
From Its Territory Indicating Re
cent Rains) Did Little Dam
V age to Standing Crop.
'Wheat yields In many parts of the North
west will be bigger than at first estimated,
according to reports received yesterday by
the trafflo department of the O.-W.. H. N.
Harvesting Is well under way and In some
places about two-thirds of the crop has been
cut. Threshing has been started and some
i-raln is sjovinj Into the warehouses.
A detailed report of conditions oa the var
ious branches follows:
Spokane division Oram coming In slowly
along- entire Connell branch. Will be a week
or ten days before hauling starts In earnest.
Wheat In that territory Is testing around
62 points to the bushel and average yield
about 25 bushels Per acre.
p Harvest la about halt completed around
La Crosse and various reports Indicate an
average yield of about 40 bushels per acre
on Fall wheat. Fall wheat around Endl
cott averages about 8T to 40 bushels, grad
ing; better than usual, and of good Quality,
being practically free from smut.
Only a tew stations have reported any
grain arriving at warehouses, among these
being Kahlotus, Hay, Oakesdale, St. jonn
and JSndicott, and only a few. cars of this
year's grain have moved. Fruit and veg
etables doing well. No change In outlook
from figures which have been furnished you
on this crop.
Walla Walla district Crop conditions .for
the past week remain much the same as
previous. Harvesting now over two-thirds
along, and farmers alt seem more than
pleased with their crops. There are eu.uw
sacks of wheat now ordered shipped from
points between Walla Walia and Pendleton.
Camas Prairie The weather is perfect for
harvesting, and is In full swing. In tne
vicinity of Lewlston, Asotin, Lapwal, Sweet
water and points along the Snake Kiver.
between Lewlston aad Klparla. Some
small' lots are being delivered at the ware
houses. The Fall barley and .wheat, which
have been threshed, have turned out well
and with few exceptions the quality Is gooa.
Along the Camas and Nes Perce Prairies the
Fall barley and wheat are being cut.
East of Pendleton LaGrande: Harvesting
now In full blast and from reports from the
several farmers, crops of Fall grain averag
ing about 25 buahels to acre so far. No
Spring wheat or oats or barley as yet
threshed In this vicinity.
Elgin Harvesting stopped account of
rains since Sunday: rain doing slight dam
age. Two-thirds of the gram In this vicinity
cut and stacked.
Baker Several showers the past week,
with hard wind, which damaged consider
able of the grain by lodging. Tbe harvest
ing of Fall-sown grain should be com
pleted this week. No threshing done as yet.
Spring grain doing fine. Timothy crop about
all In stack, with estimated yield 214 to s
tons per acre.
Oregon division Weather conditions:
Fore part of week, warm, with light west
wind. ' Last part of week, cool, with light
west winds. There Is no change of crop
conditions In territory tributary to this
station, and reports from over the county
are that the prediction made as to yield of
grain will told good. Fruit crop is In good
shape and yield will be very close to ex
pected amount. No sales of grain made that
have been reported.
tiuantko branch Crop conditions un
changed, other than harvesting nearing
completion. Quality of grain practically No.
1. -Wheat veraglng 18 to 20 bushels per
acre. Oats and barley from 12 to 15 buahels
per acre. Weather past week has been cool,
with occasional lfght showers.
Shaniko branch Moro: Drain harvesting
is in progress. Reports are that grain yield
Is better than was expected.
Condon branch Fall wheat, 18,000 acres,
average 15 bushels per acre. Spring wheat,
30,000 acres, average 7 bushels peracre.
Barley, 2000 acres, average 80 bushels. Live
stockGood condition, plenty feed, range
good. Wheat appears to be of good quality.
Heppner branch Harvesting well under
way. Grains yielding from two to la bushels
per acre; may be a few fields that will go
20 bushels per acre.
11 CARS OF WHEAT ABE RECEIVED
Not Much 1913 Grain Included In Shipments
j ow Amviiii. - ;
ti ....in,. v.Mt.rdav totaled 71 cars.
which represents the heaviest movement for
some time. Most of this, however, consists
.f m Titiit that had been In. warehouses.
The warehouses are being cleaned up pre
paratory to receiving the 1913 crop. A few
cars of new wheat were contained In yester
In sympathy with the cmcago maraet
prices here were a little weaker yesterday:
Receipts reported oy tne juercnanta ex
change yesterday were:
Wheat. Barley. Tiour. uais. nay.
Monday .... 71 8 34 a la
Year ago . . . ! 0 32 4 9
... to data.547 .200 312 108 S51
year .go. ...712 78 2Wi 329
m. M.rrhants- Exchange presented weekly
wheat statistics yesterday as follows:
Amorlcan Visible Supply
August IS. 1913 44.427.000 2.o1.00
AUKU.t 1 1U12 1S.144..WO. 141.UO0
August j. J"-- ttA'j niik .x.-.ttmio
auSS" 5:::::::i:5s5:ooo :oo
August 2rt! lo7 50.0S3.0OO l.-'.0"0
...5": o i.Af . :ll M ODO '720.000
Ausuat 2S; 19ti.il ; ?!:'jS 8i?'o!',n
Quantities on Passage
Week Week ' Week
ending ending ending
Aug. 1 Aug. M Aug. 17. '12
For Buahels Bushels tturthels
i- tr it ttj.oot .lN.itiu.'W" yi.iiij.wtj
Continent ..19.705.OUO 15.D12.0UO 12.SS4.UOO
Totals ...37.BW6.O00 34.072.000 3.'l.oC,000
World's Shipments (flour Included)
Week Meek Week
ending ending ending
Aug. 14 Aug. u Aug. 17.12
From Buftiela -Wushele Bushels
U S Can . T.MH.t.ioo c.kni.uihi 4.2i4."ii
Argentina . l.usS.oOO tttH.ooo 1.7::4.w
Australia .. i4.ii u.tM"V wiu
Danub o ta. ru.o"v io.vov ,.-u,.-o
Russia . . 2.0'..iiiO S.lrto.OOO 720.000
Inijia . .... 1.84S.O0O 1.3M.0OO 2.600.0u0
Totals .. .1J.214.O0O 12.245.000 12.130.000
HEAVY PRODlTB SHIPMENTS IN
Many Cars Arrive for Front-Street Distribo-
tlm rncea nenanaeo.
Arrivals on .Front street were heavy yes
terday and "orders from both the city and
country were more numerous than for several
days. There -were no marked changes In
Among yesterday's arrivals were a car
of fancy Malaga grapee. two cars of fancy
sweet potatoes, one car of Walla Walla
onions, three cars of watermelons, two cars
of fancy Turlock cantaloupes and one car of
The melon market Is decidedly lower.
Fancy sweets are selling at $30 per ton on
the street. Taklma cantaloupes are selling
at $L50 and the best Tunocks at $1.75 for
standards, with the usual two-bit reduc
tion on ponies.
A car of very fine Sicily lemons arrived
from New Tork last week and is selling
at $7.60 per case.' , Bafllett pears are a
trifle lower, selling at $2 for fancy stock.
As usual on Monday, the a airy produce
market was quiet, with no changes of note
There is a better Inquiry for strictly fresh
eggs which sell In a small way at 30 cents
down to 28 cents In round lots for northern
Hop Market Quiet.
Pending the openinr or the picking sea
son, there Is little or no activity In the
hop market. However, the market seems
to be growing firmer. Growers are hold
ing out for 20 cents, but no business seems
to be moving at that figure. While the
farmers are confident that they will get
20 cents for their product, the dealers are
lust as confident that the market will open
after the picking season at IS cents. Weath
er conditions are ideal for a big crop In
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows: x
Portland $1,58,344 S U4.153
Seattle 2,203.64)1 . 106.183
Tacoma S23.HS9 o.l37
Spokane 62,7U2 12S,24b
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Grain. Floor, Feed. Etc.
WHEAT Track prices: Club, 7S07Bo;
bluestem, 83c. forty-fold, TlirfSOc; red
Russian. 76; fife. 77c; Valley. Sue.
FLOUR Patents, 14.70 per barrel:
straights. 84.10: exports, 13.5561.85: valley.
84.70; graham. $4.60; whole wheat. t.tMJ.
OAT8 No. 1 white, $27 per ton; new,
(24.50 per ton.
CORN Whole, 134; cracked. 835 per ton
11ILLSTUFFS Bran, $24.50 per ton;
shorts, $26.50 per ton; middlings, $81 per
BARLEY Feed. 824824.30 per ton: brew
ing, nominal: new feed. $23.50; new brew
ing, U5. rolled, $24.40 & 27.50 per ton.
HAY Fancy Idaho timothy. $17918; fan
cy Eastern Oregon timothy, $15014; timo
thy and clover, 814&15; timothy and al
falfa, $1314; alfalfa, $12.50; clover, $8.50
tflO; oat and vetch. $ 10-jj 11 ; cheat, $10&11;
Valley grain hay, $10U.
I Dairy and Country Produce.
Local jobbing quotations:
POULTRY ter.a. liuiic: springs, iso
turkeys. live, 18 20c; dressed. eholce.
:iu:jc: ducks. 12Tl3c; geese, young, llhe.
KGOS Oregon ranch, case count, 22o per
dozen: fresh ranch, candled. 2&&2WC
CHE cot Oregon triplets, ltfiio; Dalsiea
17C! Young Americas. 18c
BUTTER Oregon creamery butter cubea
32e par pound; butter fat, delivered, 33o
PORK Fancy, 11 1 11 Ho per pound.
VKAL, Fancy, 14 'a 15c per pound.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local lobblnc quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges'. $4,500
$ ner box: lemons. $S.6ot9.50 per box: pine
apples. t37o per pound; bananas, 4tetr5e
ONIONS Walla Walla. II. GO per sack.
V EG STABLER Beana,. 3V4C per pound
cabbage, 22u per pound: cauiirlower, S2
per crate: corn, lo&loc dosen: cucumbers.
20j4Oc per box; eggplant,- tibc pound;
head isttuce, Jot4Uc per dosen. peas.
per nound; peppers, sfloc Per pound; raa
Isbes. 10 & 12c per dozen: rhubarb. 144 2c ptr
pound: tomatoes, 50ctl per box; garlic.
'1UO per pound.
POTATOES New, 75c 11.25 per hun
dred: sweet potatoes. 34tt4c per pound.
GREEN FRUIT Apples, new. 90ctr$2.25
per box: apricots, icitf$1.25 per box; can
taloupcs, $1.2ou2 per crate; peaches, 25
uuoc per box: watermelona. s? per cwt.:
plums. 7."ci" 61.23 per box: raspberries. 81.50
per crate: loganberries, si per crate; pears.
$2. y 2.23 per box; grapee, $1.25 per crate:
casabas, $2.25 per dosen.
Local Jobbing quotations:
EtALMON Columbia River.' one-pound
tails. (2.25 per dosen; half-pound flata,
$1.40; one-pound flats, $2.45; Alaska, pink
one-pound talis, eve; aUvcrsidea, one-pound
HONEY Choice. $3.25 0 3.75 per case.
NUTS Walnuts, 18o per 'pound; Brest!
nuts, 12fe15c; filberts, 131 15fec; almonds.
18c; peanuts. 6tp5nc; cocoanuts, 0cfJ$l
ber desen; chestnuts, 11c per pound; hick
or y nuts, s&loc: pecans.' 17c; pins. 17fet20o
BEANS Small white, 04c; large white.
S.HuSOc; Lima, 0.30c, pin a, 4.15c; Mexican.
5c; bayou, 4.15c
SUGAR Fruit and berry. $5.35; Honolulu
plantation, $5.5o; beet, $5.35; extra C. $5.05.
powdered, barrela, $5.80; cubes, barrels,
COFFEE Roasted. In drums, 180330 pel
SALT Granulated, $14 per ton; bait
ground 100s, $io per ton; 50a, $10.75 per ton,
dairy, $12.30 per ton.
RICK No. 1 Japan. SCfStte: cheaper
grades. 4 fee- Southern head, &106C.
DRIED FP.U1TS Apples, 10c per pound;
aprlco's, 12914c; peachea, $0 llo; prunes,
Italians, Soloc; silver, lac; flga, white and
black, 6t?7c; currants, UVic: ralalna. looas
Muscatel, tticyttgic: bleached. Thompaon
1144c; unbleached. Sultanas, Lso; seeded.
"H8Sic; dates, Persian, Jil8o per pouaf.;
fard, $1.5 per box.
FIGS Twelve lu-ounce, 85c; 50 8-ounce.
$1.85; 70 4-ounce, $2.50; 10 10-ounee. $2.25.
loose. 50-pound boxes, 6H4y7o; Smyrna,
boxes, $L10irl-25: candled. $3 per box.
Local Jobbing quotations:
HAMS 10 to 12 pounds. 22 23c; 12 to
14 pounds, 2a 6 23c; picnics, 15c; cottage
rcll. 17 fee.
BACON Fancy. S0O31c; standard, 230
28c; English, 21022c.
LARD In tierces, choice, 14feo; com
DRY SALT MEATS Regular short clears
14fe&10c; short clear backa, 13 to 18 Iba,
15t?lttfec; ahort clear backa, 18 to 25 Iba,
lB916c; exports. 15fe C 17c
BARRELED BEEF Extra mess beef.
$20; mess beef, $20; plate beef. $22; rolled
Hops, Wool mad Hides.
HOPS 1012 crop. 3 5 'tf 18c per pound; 1913
contracts, 2oc per pound.
PELTS lry. 10c; lambs, salt shearling
WOOL Eastern Oregon, llolee; val
ley, 19 010c per pound.
GRAIN BAGS veiling price. lOfeo Port
land. HIDES Salted bides, life 12c per lb.;
salt kip, !2rlc; salted calf, ltilSc; green
hides, lOfeeilc; dry hides, 22 23c; dry
calf No. 1, 25c; No. 2, 20c; salted bui.s. 8c
MOHAIR 1918 clip. Hlc per pound.
Unseed Oil. Gasoline. Etc.
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels, 82c: boiled,
barrels, 04c; raw, cases, 47c; boiled, cases,
OIL MEAL F. o. b. Portland works: car.
lots, $33; 5 and 10-ton lots, $34: ton leu'.
TURPENTINE; Barrels. 52fee: cases. 55c.
COAL OIL Cases, 17 fe 320fec; drums
and barrels. lOgplSfec,
GASOLINE Cases. 23c; bulk, 18a.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK, Aug. 18. Evaporated apples
quiet, fancy. Sfe$j9c; choice, 7 fee 8c; prime.
Prunes, itrm; cnoice. etre z-c; extra
choice. ttt7e; fancy, 7fe7c
Flax at Minneapolis.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 18. Flax, $1.52 feO
L64. Barley. 53 6 57c
Trusty Escapes) From State Prison.
k- SALE II, Or, Aug. '18. (Special. )
Edward Beverldge, committed from
Portland on a charge of forgery, es
caped from the penitentiary Saturday.
He was sentenced to serve a term uf
from two to 20 years. Beveridge was
made a trusty several weeks ago and,
while working In the yard at the pris
on, eluded thu guards.
Due to Arrive.
Bear Los Angeles.
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook. ..
Yucatan San LMego...
Rose t'ltv San Fedro...
. In pert
. In port
Breakwater. .. .Coos Bay Aug. 21
Roanoke . . .Ssn DleifO Aug. 24
Alliance Eureka Aug. 24
Beaver Los Angeles. . Aug. 5
Pus H. Elmore. Tillamook
Bear 1.0s Angeles. .
Yale S. F. to L. A.. Aug. 20
Camlno. .. .". San Francisco Aug. 20
Yucatan San Francisco Aug. . 2
Ta'tiaipali. ... San Francisco Aug. 20
Merced Los Angeles. . Aug. 21
Harvard S. F. to LA.. Am. 22
Breakwater Coos Bay Aug. 23
Rose city Los Angeles. . Aug. 2a
Alllanre fool Pay Aug. 24
Roanoke fan Diego. ...Aug. 27
Beaver Los Angeles. . Aug. 30
European and Oriental
. . In port
. . Pept. S
. . Oct. 1
. . Fept. 1
. . Oct. 8
Brisgavia. . . .
. Antwerp. .
. .Hamburg. .
. Hamburg .
Vrstalia London . . ..
ITckermark. ...Hamburg. .
TRADING IS LIGHT
Stock Supply Short and Prices
COPPER, GRANGERS LEAD
Money Market Is Improved and Ex
port Figures Show Expanding
Volume of .Trade Wells
Fnrgo Still Dropping.
NEW YORK. Aug. 18. On a compara
tively small volume of buying stocks ad
vanced In all quarters of the list during the
fore part of today's session. The supply ap
peared to be acant. and under the lead of
the coppers and grangers, the market forged
ahead easily. In addition to the standard
issues, tiie oil and electric stocks made sub.
In spite of the improving tendency, traders
were not inclined to follow up the market
on the advance. Profit-taking, together
with some renewed bear selling, cut into
the day's gains, bringing back prices in
some cases to the opening level. In the
tinal dealings quotations were lirted again,
but at the close they fell short of the day's
Reports of rain from drought regions con.
tlnued the principal factor In the day's rlae.
The Improved outlook for the monev mar.
ket during the crop moving season was an
influence in stimulating bullish sentiment.
In the same category of' favorable factors
was the report of exports of domestic prod
ucts for July, showing a total of $47,739,000
compared with 133,013.000 last year.
Wella-Fargo Rxpreas made a further de
cline, dropping nearly 10 pointa, a new local
record made in 1008, when this stock sold
Bonds becsme Irregular after an early
showing of firmness. Total sales, par value,
United States bonds were unchanged on
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Reported by J. C. Wilson A Co., Lewis
wpen. nign. 1 .ow. j s 1 n .
Amal Copper.. S0.2UO 74 73 74
Am Beet Sugar RO0 28 24 2Si
Am Can Co.... 2..VH) at 14 n.-)?, 34
do preferred . . 1 00 p.'l 44 l3 93 H
Am Car ft Fdy. 800 47 It 464, 4't
Am Cotton Oil 4.14
Am Sme! A Ret 1,300 S 4S - B'V
do preferred.. 200 lol 100 loois
Am Sugar 100
do preferred 119
Am Tel A Tel.. 500 ISO1 130 129
Am Tobacco... 100 2:;0 2::0 228
Anaconda 1,000 37 384 34,
Atl Coast Line 120,
ATA banta Fe 1.700 6s OS's Ort
Bait A Ohio POV
Brook R Trans W0 DO 8
Canadian Fac. 2.7H 220 211) 2104
C & 0 2.900 58 it 37-s
C & J W 134
C & N W 100 130 ISO l.'.o
C. M A Kt P... I.8O0 lU7s 104H 1"7
Central Leather 234.
'"entrul of N J 27.1
fhlno 1,100 40i 40V 404
Col Fuel & Iron , 500 S2V ,12 Rl ,
Col Southern... 10O 27 27 27
Consoi Cas .... luO 131 131 131
D L A W SO.-.
D A R 0 22
TMst Securities.. 10O 11 11 It
Erie 8,5'iO ?9 28H 201
General Electric l,20i J45H 144 145
Ot North Ore.. 200 8 354 sr,4
ro preferred.. 600 127 Vj 127 127
Illinois Central. .." 107
Interboro Met .. S00 14 IST, 15
do preferred.. -1.200 41 60 61
K C Southern 264.
Lehigh Valley.. 1.200 153V4 152 152i
Mexican Cent.. Boo 14t 14 14
il S P A S S M 300 133-ti 1324, 1331,
Mo. Kan A Tex 700 2.144 23 H 23 4
Vlssouri Pacific 1.300 am 81 (a 31W
National Lead.. 200 411 49 49
National Biscuit V... 122
do preferred.. ...... ..... ..... 115
N Y Central S"4
N Y, Ont AW ' 14 i
Norfolk A West. 400 1064 1064 1"H
North American 73 hi
Northern Pac. 800 112V4 111H 511 b
Paclflu Mall 21 S
Pacific TAT 27V,
do preferred... 90
Pennsylvania .. 1.200 1134 113 113
People s Gas 1134
Reading 29.400 16114 1604 1
Repuollc S A I. 100 24 24 24
Rock Island Co 2.C.OO lli 174 1RH
Southern Pae .. 13."0 02 01 Pl
Southern Ry .. 1.200 23 25 25Vj
Texas Oil 2.700 1234 1214 1234
Union Pacific .. 18,200 1344 1&3 1544
do preferred 834
United Rds 8 F 234
U S Steel Cor.. 61,700 644 634 63 vs
do preferred.. 200 10SV4 IO8I4 I08,
Utah Copper .. 2.600 314 61 61 i
Wabash 600 34 44 - 4
Wabash 600 54 4 44
Westing Eleo .. 4,900 734 72 73
Wis Central 48
Total sales for the day, 230,100 shares.
Reported by Overbeck A Cooke Co., Board
ot Trade building. Portland.
Atchison general 4s 93 954
Atlantic Coast Line 1st 4s 90 91
B A O gold 4s 90 '4 S114
B R T 4S 8SH 84
Chesapeake A Ohio 4,s 934 94,
C M A St P gen 44S 4 100
C R I Col 4s 5Vs 574
Cal Gas 5s Si 93
C B A Q Joint 4s..: 94 84
Erie gen fs 14 14,
Int Met 4,s 75i 754
Louisville A Nashville Un 4s 93 93 V,
Missouri Paclfio 4S 08 69
NYC gen 3s 81 83
N A W 1st Ccm 4s 94 t)5
Northern pacific 4s 93Vj 944
O 6 L Ref 4s 89 90
O R Nav 4s 1H 3
Pacific Tel 5a 964 9714
Pennsylvania Con 4s 994 99
Reading peneral 4s 94, 83
St L A San Fran Ref 4s 70 71
Southern Psclflc Ref 4s & 90
Southern Pacific Col 4a 80 90
Southern Railway 5s 102 103
Southern Hallway 4s 73 75H
Union Pacific 1st and Ref 4a... 924 93
United Slates steel 5s 1O0V 1004
West Shorn 4s 94 94,
Wabash 4s 35 654
Westinghouse Elec cv 5s 89 SU,
Wisconsin Central 3s 874
Stocks at Boston.
BOSTON, Aug. 18. Closing quotations:
Alloueg 864iMohawk 43
Amalg Copper.. 74., Nevada Con 164
Am Z L A Sm. . 31 4 North Butte .... 28 V,
Arls Com 2 North Lake 4i
Cal A Arlxona. . 64 lOld Dominion ..80,
Cal A Heda. ...435
Cop Ran Con Co 40
m uuiia i.op At. jo
4SSun A Bos Mln.. 2S4L
634 1 Tamarack 374
Qreene Cananea. 6 U S S R A M... 48
I Royale 'Copj. 304 do preferred... 94
Kerr Lake SVUtah Con 51 H
Lake Copper.... , Utah Copper Co. 14
La Salle Copper .3ft Winona 46
Miami Copper. . 23 j
' Money, Exchange, Etc,
NEW TOKK. Aug. 18. Money on call
steady.iriSiilsc; ruling ' rate, 24; closing,
Time loans steady, 60 days, SH0 4 Per
cent; 90 days, 4, it 4 : six months, 6'i
Prime mercsntlie paper, ocro per cenu
Sterilna exchange steady, 4-bu35 for 60-
day bills, 4.6645 for demand.
commercial Dins. .o-a.
Bar sliver, S9c
Mexican dollars, 47c.
Government bonds steady; railroad bonds
LONDON, Aug. 18. Bar silver, steady.
Wd ner ounce: money, 24 per cent; rate
of discount In open market tor short bills.
3r4f34 per cent; do. three months' bi..s.
3 13-16 per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 18. Sterling ex
change. 60 days. f4.t24; do. sight, (4.66;
sterling exchange. Doc; $4.814.
Transfers, telegraphic, 4c premium; do.
sight; 1c premium.
Cotton Market at New Tork.
NEW"-YORK, Aug. 18. Cotton Spot,
quiet. Middling uplands, 12: do, gulf, 12 23.
Futures closed steady. Closing bids: Au
gust. 11.53; September. 11.15: October,
11.07; Novembet. 1.9s: December, 11; Jan
uary, fo.lai: February. 10.92; Marcb, 10. 9S;
Following Is the range of contract prices
prevailing toiiay on the New Tork Cotton
Exchange, as reported"- by the Overbeck A
Cooke Company, of this city:
January 10.85 10.K0 10 gs 10 91
March 10. us 11.04 10 93 10.98
May 10.09 11.06 10.9S 11.01
August 11.40 11.65 11.55 11.53
September 11.24 11.27 11.15. 11.13
October 11.07 11.18 11.04 H.7
December 11.00 11. )0 lt.9 11. on
Cotton Closed steady at a net loss ot jv 10
Cpffee Futures at New York.
vr:vi- YORK. Aug. 18. Reports of warmer
weather In Braxil dlaappolnted buyers who
had been predicting frost and the coffee
market was lower today on liquidation. The
opening was steadied by demand for Sep
tember, but prices were 6 to 10 pointa lower
and the market sold off during the day.
First National Bank
Capital $1,500,000 '
Oldest National Bank West of the Rocky
C0ENEE FIRST AND WASHINGTON STS.
LADD &TILTON BANK
Capital . .
Commercial and Savings Accounts
W. M. Levld. President Robert a Ho'vAro", Asst Cuola
Edward Cooklngham, Vlca-Pre. J. W Ladd, Asst. Cashier.
W. H. Dunckley. Cashier. Walter M. Cook. Asst. Cashier.
Corner WaaUngton and Tliixd Streets.
si si a. j . a s a s a s bs-w
Fill H Jl . I U I JlKsW
El a t I sY ft Li 330
.I ev w m w-w mm mi
r FRANCE (new) Scot.
ma i. ip
LA SAVOIE j.UcpX, 17 LA LOKKAINB Oct. S
LA fBOVLNCE .'.Sept. X4 LA SAYOIE Oct. IS
Twin-screw steamer. rQuaamptecrcw steamer.
SPEC1AX SATURDAY SAILINGS FROM NKW 1UKK, 1 P. IL
ONE CLASS CABIN (11) and THIRD-CLAMS Passengers Only.
CHICAIK) n Ana. 34 !,.. TOIRAINK Pep.
C. tv. tstinger. 84) 8th at.; A. D. Charlton. SS5 Morrison ft.: E. M. Taylor, C.
M. M. P. By.; Dorsey B. Smith. 6th St.; A. c. Bheldon. loo Id .1.; U.
Uickaoo. ICS ltd t. : North Bank Heed. Ua and Stau-b sts.. agents. Portland
CORN H ITS RECORD
Season's High Price Paid in
Chicago Grain Pit.
DRY WEATHER BIG FACTOR
World's Visible Supply 'Shrinks
1,638,000 Bushels Wheat Is
Weaker but Recovers With
Heavy Export Movement.
CHICAGO. Aug. 18. New high records
for the season were made in the corn pit
today after a weak opening. The close
showed a net advance of to 4C Wheat
closed a shade to H'ie net lower; oats
finished H to it V up, at new high
price, for the year, and provisions made a
net gain of 71 to 32 Sc.
Bull leaders took command soon after the
corn market opened and thereafter nomi
nated the pit. Rains in the drought-stricken
Southwest and easier- cables caused a
weak opening ot which Influential purch
ers promptly took advantage. A decrease of
1.63s,000 bushels In the world's visible sup
ply and predictions of dry weather in the
near future seemed to be among the chief
factora anlmatlna the bull sentiment.
Enormous export clearances of wheat for
the day, i.OOO.OOO bushels. gave some
strength to that market after early weak
ness, .the opening being depressed by easier
cables and large world's shipments. The
strength of tbe corn market also helped
give firmness to wheat, and good cash de
mand was an additional uplifting Influence.
Demand fell off late In the session and the
market closed easy?
After an easy opening, oats advanced to
Its new high mark on good speculative buy
ing. Light run of hogs at the yards advanced
provisions. There was -a good Investment
demand for January options and shorts were
buvers of September and October.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. Hlch. Low. - Close.
Sept 87 ,.S7S .ST .87
Dec eo4j .il! -9014 .Ots
May 85 ! .6 .9514 -S
Sept 74 H .78 .74 .7514
Dec. '.. .684 .10 .6S14 .8114
May '.. .6814 .7114 .6914 -70
Sept 424 .4S4 -4!i .43 H
Dec. . 45 la .4814 .4.1-4 .4!
May 4S .491. .4814 .4s 4
Sent .771i "1.00 20.7714 21.00-
Jan. 19.25 18.30 19.23 19.44
Sept 11.1214 11 2714 11.10 11.2714
Oct. 11.23 -11.35 11.2.1 11.85
Jan. 10.73 10.824 10.70 10.8214
R.nf 11-SO 11.4214 1L20 11.4214
Oct. 11.10 11.25 11.10 11.23
Jan. 10.1714 10.2214 10.15 10.2214
Cash quotations were: -No. 2, 77477,4c:
No. 2 white, 77AJ774c; No. 2 yellow. i7
774c: No. 8, 76i4e771ic; No. S white.
67714c: No. 3 yellow. 7787714c
Rye. No. 2. 63 Vl 41-6814C.
Barley. 63 9 74c
Timothy, 84.25 6 5.25.
Future ranged as follows:
Enropeaa Grain Market..
LIVERPOOL, Aug. 18. Wheat Spot,
steady; futures, weak: October, Ts lfed;
December, 7s ld.,
Minneapolis Grain Markets.
MINNEAPOLIS. Aug. 18. Close: Wheat
No. 2 Northern. S6'4irSe: ?;,. 2 hard Mon
tana, bfli-e; No. 8 wheat, &54xt-G!4c: Sep
tember, 8714C; December. DOSc. May, 954aC
Northwestern Grain Markets.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Aug. 18. Wheat Blue
stem. R8Wc; fortyfold, 60c; club, 7c: fife.
7e: red Russian. 77c.
Yesterday's car receipts Whest. 19: oats.
6: barley., 4; corn, 2: hay. 28; flour, 7.
TACOMA. Wash.. Aug. IS. Wheat Blue
stem. 83c; fortyfold. sic: club, boc: red
TesterdaVs ear receipts Wheat, T; bar
ley, 1; oats, 2; bey. 3.
Metal Market at New Tork.
NEW TORK, Aug. 18. Copper dull.
Standard spot and futures nominal; elec-.
trlvtic. 15 87 016.00; lake, 16 oO; casting.
15. 62S 15.73.
Tin easy. Spot. 41. 40U 41.85: August. 41.25
4741.50; September. 4d.&34 4L23; October,
40.87 41. lO.
Lead stesdy. .70S4 80.
Spelter quiet, 3. 75 Ha 5.&5.
Antimony dulL Cooksons, S.404) S.50.
Iron steady. 1 Northern. 16.0018.50;
No. 2 Northern, 15.304a 16.00; No. 1 Southern.
1.125915.50: No. 1 Southern soft, 15.259
London market closed ss follows:
Copper ' steady. Spot, 10s; futures,
(69 lis Sd.
Tin easv. Spot. 187 10s: futures, 4186.
Lead. ilK lie
Spelter. 20 lOs. ,
Iron. Cleveland warrants. 63s...--
rYoxl Market at St. Lowis.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 18. Wool Steady.
Northern and Western mediums. 17i 20c:
slight burry, 16?16isc: fine burry, 15t)13fec
Elgin Butter Market.
ELOIN. 111.. Aug. IS. Butter. Arm, 27c
' New Tork Hngar Market.
NEW TORK. Aug. IX. Raw sugar steady;
Muscovado, 3.20c: centrifugal. 3.70c; molaa-
Direct Lin to Uarrv-Fri Fr
from Nw York every Wednesday. 10 A. U.
PROVENCE, Wed. Sept. 3
10 4KANCE (new) Oct. I
ses. 2.95c: refined, quiet: cat loaf. 5.50c;
crushed, 5.40c: mould A, 5.50c: cubes, 4.95c; -XXXX
powdered. 4.83c: powdered. 4.80c:
fine granulated, 4.70c; diamond A, 4.70c;
confectioners' A. 4.55c: No. 1, 4.50c
IfsMW. Hides, Etc.. at New Tork.
NEWTORK. Aug. 18. Hops Quiet: state
common to choice. 19(19Hc: 1912, 8tr'-Oc:
1911, lSfrlOc; Pacific Coast, 1812. 19e202c;
Hides Steady: Bogota, 94 63014c; Cen
tral America, 28 be
Petroleum, steady: refined New Tork bulk,
$5: barrels. IS. 70; cases, til.
Wool Steady. Domestic fleece, XX Ohio,
J.C. WILSON & CO..
STOCKS, BONDS. GRAIN ANU CO XT ON.
NEW TORS STOCK EXCHANGE.
'NKW YOKK COTTON EXCHANGE,
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE.
Hut DlOtK ANU BOND EXCiL-GB.
Lewis Building, 269 Oak Street.
Phones Marshall 4120. A 41S7.
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The S. S. CLEVLLAND AND
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Tbe becond Cabin accommodations
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Cleveland October 17
Cincinnati October Z8
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Co., Nor. Pacific D. ft R. O. R- R-. Burling
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Stop-overs any point, good one year. Sail
ings from San Francisco August 20, Sept. 17.
Ocu 15. etc.
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Office: 67U Market Street. San Francisco. .
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St., Auaust 13. la. 2&. 28. Sept. 2. T. 12.
17. 22. 21. Freight received until fi P. M. .
except day previous to saillcff; previous dsy
S P M. Passenger fare: First-class. $10:
second-class. $7. Including berth and meala,
Tlrket office Lower Alnsworth Dock.
POBTLANIJ COOS BAV S. 8. LUTE, 1.
11. KKAXlSb. Aaent. Fhona Main S4MX1,
A 1331. .
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Railroad or anar steamer to San Franclaeo.
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