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I'UK SIOKMAli OKEUOMA.N. THURSDAY, AlUtSI 2H, 19 1.
HIGHER BIDS DOT
Offers of 85 Cents Are Made
for Bluestem Wheat.
FARMERS SLOW SELLERS
Demand for Club Subsides and
, Prices Are Lowered One Cent,
bat Baying Is Checked.
Barley Trade Sluggish.
Bids of 85 cents for bluestem wheat were
put out yesterday, but met with not much
response on the part of sellers. Bluestem
was the only firm feature of tho wheat
market. The demand for club has subsided
materially and most dealers reduced their
bids to 79 cents, although they could not
buy at this flrure. Tbo recent flurry baa
left farmers,- particularly In Umatilla County.
Jn a bullish frame of mind, and they are
sitting; back waiting- for the market to re
turn to last week's level. While a rood part
of the buying- at that time was for account
of early ships, some of It was in the natur
of the usual scramble by warehousemen to
Set the movement to their houses started.
The eaalntr off of the Ban Francisco barley
market has had a qnletlny effect on trade
hera. particularly In view of the alujg-lsh
local demand. Feed oat wera quoted yes
terday at $24 24.60. The oats market was
steady and unchanged.
There have been no developments of Im
portance In the export flour market this
week. Japanese buyers are taking; a little
flour occasionally, but Chinese buyers are
doing nothing, and are not likely to In the
near future. Fairly large stocks are reported
to be available at Hongkong, with a eon
siderable quantity afloat for that port.
Financial conditions In South China are de
moralised, and even the ending: of the revo
lutionary troubles would not bring about Im
mediate improvement. 1
Local receipts In cars were reported by
the Merchants Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay
Monday 121 11 1 ...
TiiMriav tH 2 A 7 21
Wednesday.... 44 4 4 2 6
Tear ago 51 2 4 1 4
Sanson to data. 930 7-6 350 12 40
Year airo 1111 10S .25 1 374
TXRTWKR PURCHASES OF Ft'OCLK HOPS
' Trading- la the Later Crop California
Yield Estimated at 95,000 Bales.
A few additional purchases of fugglo hops
were made yesterday. Since the buying
began T. A. Livesley fc Co, have bought the
Schiedler crop of 50" bales at SUvertoa. and
the Bosgs and Murphy crops, aggregating
a carload, at Harisburg. H. I. Hart
bought the Albright and Morley crops at
Mount Angel and the Hammlttee lot at
Eugene, amounting; In all to over a car
load. Most of the fuggles were bought
at jl to 22 cents.
There was no demand yesterday for con
tracts on the later crop, though some of
the dealers are holding: orders from the
East at IS cents. It would probably take
SO-cent offers how to interest growers.
A California wire reported that new Sac
ramento hops could be bought at 17 cents.
An estimate of U5.000 bales as the Cali
fornia crop was received from a reliable
The latest cables reported that weather
conditions in England and on the continent
Recent consular advices state that ths
area under hop cultivation In Bohemia dur
ing 1912 was 3T,2t3 acres and ths yield w-as
34.23C.00O pounds. The leading districts for
the production of hops are Saa. Aushca
and Dauba. The production of ths Saas
district was S5.S0O.VOO pounds. These are
regarded as the finest hops produced in
the world and usually command ths high
est prices. Ths Auscha district produced
S, 564. 820 pounds and Dauba 1.710.000
pounds. Over three-fourths of ths total
hep crop of Austria was produced in Bo
hemia last year. This year, however, the
Bohemian crop will be decidedly short.
10-CET ADVANCE IX SCGAR.
Refiners Take Advantags of Opportunity to
Local sugar quotations were advanced 10
cents a hundred on all grades of refined
yesterday. This advance, which was ex
pected, was in sympathy with higher prices
In the East. Mall advices received from the
East yesterday say of the general sugar
"Consumption throughout ths country
has bsea heavy, for while withdrawals as a
rule have been small Individually, they
nave been numerous, and the aggregate is
large. This has resulted In the supplies In
the hands of distributors becoming much
reduced, and as they have been chary in
the placing of new contracts, it is thought
that the necessity of their providing for
future requirements will shortly compel
them to operate on a broader seals. The
strength of raws Is very pronounced, and
this sustains the firmness in refined. Ad-,
vices from Cuba say that holders are very
confident, refusing to consider concessions,
and In some instances they are asking
slight advances. The feeling abroad was
somewhat easier, but quotations for both
cane and beet sugar were practically un- t
etPPLY OF PEACHES 13 LARGER
rlrst Car of Elherta (Starts . From Yakima
The peach market was heavily supplied
yesterday and prices were somewhat easier.
The bulk of sales were at 40 to 65 cents.
The first car of Elberta peaches left Yak
ima yesterday and will reach Portland Fri
day morning. A car of Ashland peaches is
due today. Advices jfrora that place are
that this week will clean up the big end
of the early Crawford.
Watermelons and good cantaloupes wers
firm. The grape market was steady.
The banana train of eight cars, due yes
terday, will arlrve this morning.
The tomato market was heavy with large
receipts from Southern Oregon and nearer
points. The best stock sold at 40 to 6S
Poultry and Meats Firm.
The poultry market was generally in a
firm position. Hens were scare and aold
up to lSifc cents. In Springs ths tendency
is toward lower prices in ths near future.
Country-dressed meata were also very firm.
There vat no further change In ths egg
market, which was firm and lightly sup
plied with good local stock.
Butter and cheese were as last quoted.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday wers as follows:
Portland $1.5iU.5 $l;i,t2
Seattle 2.01V.042 -21H.7..3
T a core a JH3.ft.S 1 15.350
Spokane 5W.031 5-.S1S
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Grain, Floor. Feed. Etc
WHEAT Track prlcea: Club, 79 9 0c;
bluestem. $3c; forty-fold. SMc; red Hus
sian. fife. Sc; valley, SOc.
FLOUR Pa tents, Z4- 70 per barrel ;
straights, $4.10; exports, S3.55&3.63; valley.
94.70; graham. $4.00: wno.e wheat, 94.60.
OAT; .V . 1 white. $23 1 25. per ton.
CORN Whole. 337; cracked, S3S par ton.
MILLSTUFFS Bran 1-4 per ton; shorts,
S2s per ton; middlings. ol per ton.
- BARLEY Feed, $J J-.5o per ton; brew
ing. 425.50; rolled. ,NJrT per ton.
HAY Fancy Idaho timothy, 17glt; fan
ct Eastern Oregon timothy. 1&$1C: timo
thy and clover. $14$1; timothy and al
falfa. SlSj14; a! fa .fa, Sl; closer, IS. .14
QIC; oat and vetch. j:o ll; cneat. SlOfell;
Valley grain ha. 10io-ll.
Fruits and Vegetable. '
Local jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL. FRUITS Orang-ea, $4,609
$ per box; lemons. SS.SOQ per box: pine
apples, 7c per pound; bananas. 3 0 $ 4
nviovs walla walla. 11. SO Mr sack.
VEGETABLES Beans. 3 ij.c per pound;
rabbace. 2ta24c ter round: caul II lower.
per crate; corn. 10$ 15c doxen; cucumbers.
maiac- mp box: Acsolant. -Attic pound:
head lettuce, 35t40o per dosen; peas. 67e
per" pound; peppers. i8a per pound: rad
ishes. IW&lXc per doxen; tomatoes, vvw
per box; garlic, loc per pouno.
POTATOES Oregon, $1 per hundred;
sweet potatoes. $2.00 per crate.
il R IT Ii' V PRITT A nnlM 11 r 1 25 tT bOX I
cantaloupes. 91.3O&2.0O per crate; . peaches.
feOfidoc par box; watermelon, $L5d
per cwL; plums. 7icJU per box; pears.
$1.2551.75 per box; grapes. 55cft$L-5 P"
crate; case baa, SI. id per aoxen.
75c 6 II per box.
Dairy avid Country Produce.
Local Jobbing quotations:
POULTRY Hens, I5frl0 4c; Springs, ISc;
turkeys, live. i.'uc; dressed, choice. 23c;
riurV intftl.'.f- reese. vounK.
Ei;r,S -Oreaon ranch, case count. 25926c
per dozen: fresh ranch, candled. 28030c
CHEESE Oregon triplets, lttc; palsies,
17c; Young Americas. 18c
ptttfr Ore con creamery butter cubes.
32c per pound; butter fat, delivered, 32c
PORK Fancy. l?Hc per pound.
VEAL Fancy, 154c per pound.
Local lbbinr quotations:
SALMON Columbia River, one-pound
tal la. $2.23 per dosen : hslf -pound fist s.
S1..0: one-pound Tiata. ?-4a: Alaska, pin it,
one-pound talis, 85c; sUversldes, one-pound
HONEY Choice, $3.233.75 per case,
NUTS Walnuts, 18c per pound; Brasll
nuts. 12H?15c; filberts. 15 13 Ho; almonds,
18c; peanuts, cocoanuta, 0O$l
per doxen: chestnuts, 11c per pound; hick-
orynuts. &FlOc; pecans. 17c; pine, 17 H w 29c.
BtAivfr small wnite, oc; large wnite,
5.00tftc; Lima. ft. 30c; pink, 4.15c; Mexican,
6c; bayou. 4.15c.
SUGAR Fruit and berry, $9.A3: Honolulu
plantation, $5.60; beet, $5.45; extra c. $5.l;
powdered, barrels, $5.iH; cubes, barrels,
COFFEE Roasted. In drums, 19032o psr
SALT Granulated, $14 per ton; half
ground 100s, $10 per ton; 50s, $10.75 per ton;
dairy. $12.50 ner ton.
RICE No. 1 Japan. BfSHc: cheaper
grades, 4c; southern head, ofnfcc
IRIED FRUITS Apples, 10c per pound;
apricots. 121S14c; peaches. 8911c; prunes,
Italians, 8010c: sliver. 18e; figs, white and
black, 614 7c; currants, OVsc; raisins, loose
Atuscatei, t?;c; bleached. Tnompson.
llc; unbleached. Sultanas, 5c; seeded,
HSc; dates, Persian, 7 ft ff So per pound;
fard, $1.65 per box.
FIGsS Twelve 10-ounce. 85c; 50 6-onnce.
$1.85; 70 4-ounce. $2.50; 80 10-ounce. $2.25;
loose, B0-pound boxes, H4yTc; - Smyrna,
boxes, $1.10 L25; candled, S3 per box.
Hops, Wool and Hides.
HOPS 1913 contracts, 182c; 1913 fug
gles. 21922c; 1913 crop. ltiVxMSa
PELTS Dry, 10c; lambs, salt shearling.
WOOL Eastern Oregon, . llQlfto; ral-
ley. IS U 19c per pound.
GRAIN BAGS Selling price, 10 Port
land. HIDES Salted hides, im12c per lb.;
salt kip. 12913c; salted cslf. 17tfl7Hc;
green hides, 10ttt?Hc; dry hides, 22 & 23c,
dry calf. No. 1, 20c; No. 2. 20c; salted bulla
LSc per lb.
.si unAi n iio cup, zii per pouna.
CASCARA BARK. Old and new, 5c psr
Local Jobbing quotations:
HAMS 10 to 12 pounds. 22Jr23c: 12 to
14 pounds, 22$2;c; picnic, 15a; cottage
BACON Fancy, SOgaie; standard, 250
26c; KngUsh, 21 22c
LARD In tierces, choice, 14 o; com
DRY SALT MEATS Regular short clears.
14 16c; short clear backs, 13 to 16 iba,
15&l6fec; short clear backs, 13 to 25 Iba.
15ltmc; exports, l5f17c.
BARRELED BEEF Extra mess beef,
20; mess beef. $2U; plate beef. $22,
Linseed OH, Gasoline, Etc
LI NJ SEED OIL Raw, barrels, 62c; boiled,
barrels, 64c; raw. cases, 67c; cases, 69c
OIL MEAL F. o. b. Portland works; Car
Iota, $35; 5 and 10-ton lots, $04; ton lots,
TURPENTINE Barrels, 52Ho; cases, BSc.
COAL OIL Cases. 17 Jr20 c; drums
and barrels, 10?UHc
GASOLINE Cases, 23c; bulk. 16c
QUALITY BfiiWGS THE TOP
FULL. PRICES ARE PAID FOR
BEST STOCK OFFERINGS.
Prime Steers Sell at $8.35 at Xorth
Portland Yards Choice Sheep
and Lambs Firm.
Ther. wn only a .malt run of livestock
at th. yard, yesterday, and trad, was there
fore, limited, but th. sales put t irouch
showed th. cattle and sheep markets to b.
in excellent condition. No hoes were offered.
Th. most Important ssl. In the cattle di
vision was a small load of srlme steers.
averaging 1JS8 pounds, at IS.S5. Cattle sale,
otherwise were of odd lots, tor th. most
part or medium rraae.
Operations were more extensive In the
sheep house, where the best prices of last
'K were saaln obtained. Two bunohe. of
choice w.thers brought 94.2S. and a lighter
ioaa was sola at (..so. Good ewes went
at 13.19 and M. and a load of choice lambs
was taken at $S.25
Keceipta were 71 cattle and 513 sheep.
Shippers were W. J. Snodarass. Lebanon.
1 car of cattle; T. J. Allison. Malta. Mont.,
1 car of cattle; L. C. btevenson. Gateway.
1 car of cattle, and J. M. Williamson. Ked-
mond. 2 cars of sheep.
Ihe day s sales were as follows:
3 cows l(i0 .5.00
1 cows 1041 t.SO
1 steers -- 1002 C.75
2 steers ISO 6.30
3 steers 1035 7.00
1 cows o: (.50
4 cows 1067 fl.75
1 steer .....1070 t.OO
1 steer 1112 1.70
4 heifers 1012 7.75
1 cow 11.10 7.00
1 bull loM) S.25
6 steers 1045 7.00
:i ewes 3 3.tu
ICS ewes . 4.00
33 ewes S7 3.50
Zi ewes ........................ 1 2.r0
13 steers l:s (.35
1S4 lambs i
190 wethers 99 3.0
170 wethers 10A 4.25
SO wethers 104 4.23
The ranee of prices at th. yards war. as
Prime steers .$9,000 $8.35
Choice steers 7.50 (U 7.75
Medium steers 7.25 3 7.50
Prime cows f.t50 7.00
Choice cows - (.50 it C.75
Medium cows t.zo ( DO
Heifers C.75& 7.76
Light calves 8.00 o t.OO
Heavy carves ...-? j.o
StuJS 6. 7 -((J S.2S
Light ' i9 .0
Heavy i.ouv a.?.
Wethers ., - 3.30 9 4.25
Ewes 3.50K 4.00
Lambs V50y .25
Omaha Uv retook Market.
sni-TH OMAHA. Aug. 17. Cattle Re
ceipts. 4000; market, stronger. Kstlv. steers,
$7t4tt: cows and heifers, 0. 737.75; West
ern steers. IB37.60; Texas steers, 33.700
7.40; . range cows and heifers, 3.54)$7;
Hogs Receipts, 8300; market. higher
Heavy, 7.0ISi S; light, 37.Sr.yS iJ: Pig. 7
8S: bulk of sales. J7.7S7.i.
Sheen Receipts. -0,000: market, higher.
Tearlings, oS: wethers, .t4.30)5; lambs.
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO, Aug. 17. Csttle Receipts,
16.00O: market, steady to a shade up. Beeves,
$6.ots9.30; Teas, steers, 36.7507.70; West
ern steers. S&.103;S: Blockers and feeders,
f5.oOv7.VO; cows and heifers, J.SOS.3i;
Hogs Receipts, ?$.000; market, steady to
shade higher. Light. 38.4"$.35: mixed:
$7.K'?9.-.: heavy. S7.40&S.S3: rough, 17-40
ilT.70; pigs, 4S.JO; bulk of sales, $7. Si
bheep Relr. V,0O; market, strong to
lie higher. Native. 33.M 94.UO: Western.
4.10ft4?0: yesrllng. So-'.l H 6.25: lambs,
native, 3S.T5i -l': Western, $8,006 $.20.
Chicago Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO. Aug. 31. Butter Unchanged.
Hecelpts, 10.110 cases.
Chees Hither. Daisies. KHJ14t;
twins. 14t.'9l4V?c; Tftunt Americas, lot
15!c; long horns, l.Hj1oc,
Hop. at New York.
NEW YORK. Aug. 2 7-Hups firm.
BEARS START RAID
Sell Stocks Because Prices Do
MESSAGE HALTS TRADING
Dellverj lias No Immediate Effect
on Values, but Smelting; Is Weak
est of Leaders Important
Bond Issues Show Strength.
NEW YORK. Aug. 37. Until th. last
hour of trading today stocks held steady,
with a good undertone, although fluctua
tlona were narrow. Such movements aa oc
curred wex. mostly upward, with specialties.
Including Am.rlcan Ice, American Agricul
tural Chemical, People's Gaa and Sears
Roebuck In the lead. Toward the close of
the day several points of weakness ap
peared. Union Pacific. Reading. Lehigh Val
ley. New York Central. Can, 8meltlng and
varlons other stocks fell off 1 to 3 points,
snd th. whol. mark.t was heavy at th.
Mexican affairs retained first place In th.
determination of stock market Mntiment.
After orders on hand at the opening had
been executed the market settled down to
await President Wilson s message, and trad
lng cam. almost to a standstill. Delivery of
the message had no Immediate effect on
prices, 8meltlng, which has heavy Interests
in Mexico, was th. weak stock among th.
leaders. Th. slump appeared to b. due,
however, less to any alarm over th. situ
atlon than to selling by bears who put
prices down simply beesus. they had not
gone up on delivery of the message. '
Union Pacific's decline was Influenced by
th. unfavorable July statement, showing a
decrease in net earnings of 9671.000.
Haven again developed weakness In the
early trading, falling to a new low
record at United States Express mad.
another low record by falling m to 40
Bonds wero Irregular. A number of lm
nortant Issues showed a considerable deare.
of strength. Total sales, par value, ll,140,.
000. united states 4s registered declined 34
CLOSLNO STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Reported by J. C Wilson Co., Lewis
galea lilgo. Low, jJia.
Amal Copper .. 10,700 74Vi 73 73
Am Beet Sugar.
Am Can Co ... 9.100 85'. 88 8414
do preferred.. 800 V6tt IWVk
Am Car at Fdy. ...... ..... ..... 45
Am Cotton Oil.. 200 44 4 44V, 44
A in Smel A Rei' 3.700 7 0S4 6S
do preferred.. zoo lou 100 lot
Am Sugar 1O0 110 H 110 ft 109
do preferred.. 113
Am Tel it Tel., 400 I8OU ISO" 160
Anaconda 100 3tf 3J. 86
Atl Coast Line.. 100 121 121 121
AT banta Fe 1.300 t5; 5 .
do preferred........ ..... 90
Bait sc Ohio ... 300 6 IKt V6
Hrunk R Tnn.. 1"00 8V 61) oO
Cansdlan Pao .. 1.400 210 218 Sl
C & O ' 00 S M 6
C O W 13
C E N W 30O 130 130 J30
C. M A St Psul. loo lto 106 100
Centrsl Lesther 100 24 23 22
Central of N J si
Chino 2.BO0 40 39 40
(Ja Fuel A Iron ' 81
Col Southern 2S
Consol Gas 400 132 131 131
D L A W 404
Distilling Secur 13
Erie 1.700 28 2S 29
Ocnersl Electrls 30O 140 140 145
Gt Xorth Ore .. 84
Gt North pf ... TO 127 12T 126
Illinois Central. TOO 107 100 105
Interboro Met .. 2.3oO IB 16 16
do preferred.. 7.800 3 62 2
Inter Harvester . 107
K C Southern 25
Lehigh Valley.. 1.SOO 105 154 l..i
Louis Nush.. 20O 134 134 134
Mexican Central 800 13 18 14
M. S P S 6 M 3u0 133 132 132
Mo. Ksn Tex. 100 22 22 22
Mo Psclflc 800 81 SO 80
National Lead...l.... ..... ..... 48
Nat Biscuit 124
do pref errad.. .. . . . . ..... ..... lie
X Y Central ... J.80 87
N Y. Ont 4t We. 29
Norfolk & West 600 106 106 I06
North America. Tl
Northern Pao .. S"0 111 111 HO
Pacldo Mall 2oO 21 21 21
Pacific TsT.. 100 27 27 27
do preferred. 90
Pennsylvania ... 500 112 112 112
People's Gas v. 1.40 110 117 117
Reading T.OOO 161 160 10
Republic S AVL 8K 23 3 23
Rock Inland Co. 10O 17 17 17
Southern Pso .. 98,100 0 88 89
Southern Ry 24
Texas Oil 1.800 125 124 124
Union Psclflc .. lS.ooO 103 162s 102
do preferred.. ..... 83
United Rds S F 200 20 21 20
U 8 Steel Cor.. 83.5" 68 (12 62
do preferred.. 2i 107 K'7 107
Utah Copper ... ,00 51 51 61
Western Union. '
Wealing Eleo .. 8.2VO 78 T2 72
Wisconsin Cent. 46
Total sales for th. day. 199,000 shares,
Reported by Overbeck A Cook. Co.. Board
of Trad, building. Portland.
Atchlscn general 4s 94 95
Atlantic Cosst Lin. 1st 4s 90 91
B i O gold 4s 95
B P. T 4a Jf SS
Chesapeake A Ohio 4s 95 97
C M St P gen 4s 101 im
C K I col 4s 57 Di
C.I O.. 5. ;''
C B Q Joint 4a 94 94
Erie rtenernl 4s 5
Int Met 4s 76
Louisville Naihvlll. unl 4s... 93 ....
Missouri pacifio 4s 64 68
NYC gen 3's M 83
N W let con 4s 93
Northern Pacific 4s 93 ....
Oregon Short Line ret 4s 80 91
Oregon Ry Nav 4s 91 93
Pacific Tel 6s 97
Penna con 4s '' 9(1
Reading general 4s 94 95
St L a F ref 4s 70 Tl
Southern Paclflo ref 4s 91 91
Southern Pacific col 4s........ SB vo
Southern Rellway 5s 102 ....
southeri Railway 4s 10 76
United Rsllway lnv 4s flu 69
Union Paclflo 1st and ref 4s... 91 92
United states Steel 5s 10O loo
West Shore 4S 5 96
Wabash 4s 54
WestinKhouse Eleo conv 5s.... 89 9
Winconaln Central 4s &6 ....
Money, Exchange, Etr.
NEW YORK. Aug. 27. Money en call
steady. 22: ruling rate. 2; closing.
2 6 2.
Time loans weaker; 60 days, 8; 90 days,
4H: alx months, 6 per cent.
Prim, mercantile paper, 606 per
Sterling exchange easy, 4-5290 for 60
day bills, 84.6813 for demand.
Commercial bills, 84.82.
Bar silver. 59 e
Mexican dollars. 46c
Government bonds easy; railroad bonds
LONDOX, Aug. 27. Bar stiver stesdy.
27 8-1 Gd per ounce. Money. 2 per cent
The rate of discount In the open market for
short bills Is 84 3 per cent: for three
months' bills, 8 11-1603 per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27. Sliver bars,
Mexican dollars, nominal.
Drafta, sight 3 He telegraph Sc.
Sterling on London, 40 days, I4-I3: sight,
SAN FRA CISCO PRODUCB EXCHANGE.
Prlcea Quoted at th. Bay City for Vege
tables, fruit. Etc
SAX FRANCISCO.. Aug. 17 Th. follow
ing produc. prices wer. current here todsy:
Fruit Apples, Gravensteins. 75C0I1.75;
other varieties. ?5c4$:.15: Mexicsn limes,
$10612.60; California lemons, (f 97.60; pine
apples, 81.208 2.20.
Cheese New, 16 (Us; Young Americas.
Hay Wheat. $19.50ff2O.50: ' wheat and
oats, 817018: alfalfa. $11014.
Butter Fancy creamery, 25c; seconds.
Eggs Fancy ranch, 82c; .tore, 27c
Vegetables Cucumbers, 25 050c; gren
peas. 304c; string beans, J04c; eggplant,
Onions New. yellow. 90c 0$1 per sack.
Potatoes New river whites, 9Oc0$l.lO;
Merced sweets. 1 0 2c
Beans Pink, $3.1508.80: llmss. $5,800
S.60; small white, $5.&v05.oO; large white.
Flour Family extras. $5.6006.; bakers'
extras, $220.127.116.11; Dakota, loUO'3 7.40;
Receipts Flour, 24.138 quarter sacks; bar
ley, &o; centals: potatoes, '6370 sacks; hay.
Cwffee and 8
NEW YORK. Aug. 2T. Wall, today's of
ficial weather report from Brasll show. th.
temperature. 4Wwa to nearly freeslng, the
coffee market was unsettled as a result of
heavy realising and reports the. Brasll was
urging Its offerings. Opening 14 to 19
points down, prices rallied four or ftv.
points, with th. cloee eteady at a net loss
of 21 to 26. September, 9c; October,
9.04c; December, 9.24o; January, 9:84u;
March. 8 54c; May, 9.60o; July, 9. Tic
Soot, unsettled. Rio. No. 7. 9c: bantoe,
No. 4. 12012e Mild, dull. Cordova. 1$
Raw surer, firm. Muscovado. 8.80c; centrl
fugal, 8.80c; molasses, 8.06c Refined.
NEW YORK, Aug. 27. Lead steady, s-TO
0 5.00; In London. 120 10a
Spelter steady, S 850 5.95; In London. 21.
Cooper oulet. September and . uctooer.
16.12 asked; electrolytic 15.87018.00; lake.
16.00; casting. 16.62 016.87.
Tin Qrm. Spot end August. 42.25 0 42.75;
September. 42.20 0 42.62; October, 42.UOV
Antimony dull. Cookson's. $3.400 8.50.
Iron steady and unchanged.
London markets closed as follows:
Copper arm. Spot, 170 s 6d; futures, 170
Tin easy. Spot, 1192 10s: futures, 191
Iron, Cleveland warrants. 54s 6d-
SAVANNAH. Ga.. Aug. 27. Turpentine.
S9c; sales. 93; receipts, 8S2; shipments, 67;
Rosin, firm: sales, 2601: receipts. 351:
shipments, 254: stock, 167.408. Quote:
A. B. $3.T503.85: C. D, $3 853.8T: F.
f3.85 0 8.i: G, $8.850395: H, $3.0594.04:
I, 14.0504.10: M, $4.40fM.6: N. $3,109
5.10; WO. $6.0006.10; WW, $6.2506.80.
NEW YORK. Aug. 2T. Cotton Spot
auiet. Mid uplsnds. 12.35: Gulf. 12.80.
Futures closed firm. Cloeing bids: August
12.89, September 12.23, October 12.19, No
vember 12.07, December 12.09, January 12.00,
February 12.02, March 12.0b, May iz.10.
Dried Fruit at New fork.
NEW YORK. Aug. 27. Evaporated apples
quiet and steady. Prune, firm. Peaches
4 Dulnth Linseed Market,
DUXCTH. Minn., Aug. 27. Close: Lln-
seett $1.48; September, $1.47; octoDer,
Black Cat "Exhibit A" In
Joha Feraadocw, a Sailor, aad Tabby
Gathered la by Patrolnaaw Wylle,
la North End.
r ATROLMAN WTLIE "pinched- the
r cat, too.
And ther have the cat a big; black
one down at police headquarters as a
John Ferandoea, a sailor on the
steamer Beaver, went ashore as soon
aa his ship came to anchor and pro
ceded to blaze a trail, or toddle along
the Great White Way. whatever that is,
or paint the town red, or, to put it In
plain English, to tour the jsorm tna.
Sailor Ferandoes hove to at Third
and Everett streets in the wee sma'
hours with every pocket In his clothes
filled with salt cellars and pepper
cellars. He hadn't missed one on
either side of any of the streets In that
section. His pockets fairly bulged
Also, in bis arms. Ferandoes clasped
the big black cat. He had pilfered it
from one of the North End eating
houses, and was having one large time
keeping it in captivity when Patrolman
Wvlle came along.
The cat was exhibit A In Municipal
Court when Judge Stevenson fined the
sailor $10 for being drunk and dis
orderly. Tabby has forgotten her
former address altogether, and can
now be found during any oi the 24
hours at police headquarters.
CANAL AIDS APPLE MEN
Shipment to London Will Cost Less
Says British Dealer.
The opening of the Panama Canal
will mean a larger and better market
for Oregon and Washington apples In
London, as it will reduce shipping
charges and allow the fruit to be land
ed In better condition than Is now the
case. ' This is the opinion of C. M. Si
mons, a member of the Simons Fruit
Company, of London, who is now In
Portland. Mr. Simons said yesterday:
The large American apple crop last
year gave us our opportunity to Intro
duce box apples in England and on the
continent at reasonable prices. They
met with favor, and I anticipate a
larger market as the consequence. The
European demand for Western apples
will continue to grow if prices are kept
within reasonable bounds."
. Mr. Simons, who has been Investigat
ing crop conditions on the Coast, be
lieves the Oregon and Washington ap
ple crops will be about TO per cent as
large as last year. He estimates the
California crop at IS to 40 per cent less
than last year's.
M'DOUGAL RITES ARRANGED
Late Insurance Man's Funeral Will
Be Held Saturday.
Funeral services over the body of
John G. McDougall, late state manager
for the New York Life Insurance Com
pany, will be held at 2 o'clock Satur
day at the Holman undertaking estab
lishment. Third and Salmon streets.
Rve. Mr. Touel, pastor of the Sellwood
Presbyterian Church, of which Mr. Mc
Dougall was an elder, will conduct the
services. The Masons will have charge
of the ceremony at the cemetery, and
the Modern Woodmen will send a dele
gation. Mr. McDougall died of apoplexy
on a train near Buffalo on his way to
New York Sunday night.
The body will reach Portland Sat
urday morning In charge of C. E.
Milligan and Duncan B. McDougall, of
Chicago, a hrother.
CHURCH EXEMPTION FIXED
District Attorney Rnles as to What
Constitutes Place of Worship.
In an opinion submitted to County
Assessor Reed at the request of the
latter. District Attorney Evans rules
that a church building and the ground
on which it Is situated are exempt from
taxation from the time construction is
started In good faith, not merely from
the time holding of services is com
Mr. Reed's second question was
whether a building used for public wor
ship is exempt when situated on land
not owned by the church organization
and for which rent is being paid and
whether land so rented is exempt. To
this Mr. Evans replies:
"If it Is- a house of public worship
then the lot Is exempt from taxation."
NEW SCHOOL PROJECTED
Instruction May Be Provided for
Minors Who Hold Positions.
A conference will be held at 10 o'clock
this morning between members of the
Industrial Welfare Commission, heads
of department stores and City Superin
tendent of Schools Alderman to con
sider the plan of establishing schools
for employed minors. .
It is proposed to give instruction at
certain hours three times a week to
minors employed In department stores
ard other establishments.
Today's meeting will be held at the
offices of the Industrial Welfare Com
mission In ths Commercial block..
SPRING WHEAT SAFE
Chicago Grain Market Has
EXPORT TRADE IS DULL
Corn Is Active Feature of Specula
tive Operation!", With Profit Tak
ing? Carried On on Large Scale.
Oats Are Easy.
CHICAGO. Aug. ST. Corn agala today
was the activ. feature of speculative later-
' est.' but weakened en liberal selling by
longs; but In th. finsl part ef tbe session
rallied f!r;y wvll en rebuylng by traders
who consldeiea the market oversold. Final
prices aero net lower to o net higher,
with lha September option showing the
greatest recovery. Wheat closed c to c
lower, oat? 4e to He otf.and provisions
unchnnged to !Oc lcsci.
O.'rn rtarted with a goo1 show of strength
on the ront;uat:ce ,t hit dry weather In
the Southwest. Ptofr.-taking Mies followed
fie Kufurn. some n. tl,e Uadlns lonss nut
ting bis lines on the market. Prices essed
rapidly and It coon 1 train evident tnst
titer, had ben overselling In tbe face of
the naturally bullieh crop conditions. A
buying rally. In which some of th. chief
early sellers figured, lifted prices fairly
well and th. close was firm. A feature of
the tiav was liquidation of September torn
and subsequent buying that caused It to
eenver nearly ail of the V It aeciinea
ficm its bigh point of the day.
Wheat ass weak on the announcement
that the Spring wheat belt crop was now
practlcaly safe ana that canaaa win soon
ccirpleie the harvesting of a large yield.
Lower cabls also denressed the msrket and
another bear factor was the fallinr off In
export t-uslnera The steadiness shown by
corn helped wheat at the close ana tn.
tone was firm In the final hour.
Oats showed weakness almost throughout
the day. due to lack of demand.
Seiltng by longs depressed provisions. The
oemsna was eiow most ot tne oay.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Close.
Sept .6' c:S71 I .8
uec. ...... .trvfc .vi' s .ovi. .io t.
May S S .033. .9 .0i
Sept. TSH .74 .73 14 .73
Dec. 69"4 .6B, .S .8?
May 7U .70V. . .70
Sept. 411; .41 H. .40H -40H
Dec. 4A .44 4 .43 .43 4,
May 4' .47 .40 H .46
MESS PORK. -
Sept. 20.95 20.09 CO.sS 20.SS
Jan. 1V.42M 1U.4S IS. 40 19.40
Sept. 11.10 11.1 11.00 11.08
Jan 10.S2V4 10.82 H 10.774 10.80
Sept. 11.110 11.80 11.30 11.92U
Jan 10.27 H 10.117 H 10.2 J hi 10.24
Cash prices were:
Corn No. 2, 747He: No. 1 white,
76ttfeT7c; No. 2 bsrley, 7oV4e78c
Kye No. 1. 00 6 70c
European Grain Markets.
LONDOX. Aug. 27. Cargoes on passage
quiet but steady.
English country markets quiet; French
country markets quiet.
LIVERPOOL, Aug. 27. Wheat Spot
stesdy- futures, steady. October, 7s 2.d;
December. 7s lHd.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Aur. 27. Close: Wheat
No. . 1 bard, eefcc: No. 1 Northern, 870
S'Jc, No. 2 Northern, SSSsBHc: No. 2
herd Montane, S4Tc; No. a wheat 83Q
S4Ho; September, tUfto; December, B9ic;
May. 4 940;
- Grains la Saa Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 27 Spot quota
tions: Walla Walla, SL47H 91.50: red Rus
sian. tl-47t,ei.M; Turkey red. 11.55 0 1.00;
bluestem, ll.oil.CO; feed barley. fl.aiVifs
1.40- brewing bsrley, nominal; white oats,
1.501.624: bran. $-'(30u2J; middlings,
406tl: shorts. -'5.62o.
Call board sales:
Barley firm. December. $1.44 per cental;
May, $1.48 Vi per cental; August, new, SLItH
bid, 1X40 aaked per cental; September,
l.iil'j bid, .1.40 asked per cental.
Pnget Sound Wheat Markets.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Aug. 17. Wheat Blue
stem. S5c: fort (old, eoc; club, :c; ate,
7ltc; red Russian, 77c.
Yesterday's car receipts Wheat, 18; eata,
; bay, 11, flour, 8; rye, 1; corn, 1.
TACOMA. Wash.. Aug. 27. No change la
Yesterday's car recelpta Wheat, 13; bar
ley, 1; oats, 1; hay. .
20,000 Bushels Co at 78 Cents.
LEWISTON. Idaho. Aug. 27. (SnedaLl
The Vollmer-Clearwater Company, of Lew
lston. today closed the biggest grain deal of
tne present season. W. J. Houser. of Pom-
ero, sold 20,000 bushels of wheat for the top
notch price of 70 cents. There are prospects
for a more active market this week than
at any time since the market was ooened.
f armers are now noiaing No. 1 barley for
prices ranging between .1.15 and $1.25.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Aug. 27. Max imam temper
ature, a, agrei ; minimum, 69 degreee.
River reading at 8 A. M., 4.0 feet; change
In laat 24 boura. 0.1 foot falL Total rainfall
(5 P. M. to 5 P. M. none: total rainfall
aince September l, 89.40 inches) normal
rainfall since September 1. 45.01 inchev: de-
ricienty or rain tail since baptemoer l.
9 houra, C9 minutea: poaaibla aunahlne, 1$
houra, 84 minutea. Barometer (reduced to
eea-ierei) at 6 r. M-, 29.99 lncbea.
a3 i ;
a f o
a o S
f : :
e 8 .
a : :
001 NW Clear
.OO lojW Pt. cloudy
001. . I Clear
ooilo N'E jPt. cloudy
oo 4 H L lear
00 b.NWjPu cloudy
Oo 8.6B !Pt- ciouay
uuiia:. rj rtain
.001 4 NW Cloudy
eta! a a
Klamath Falls. . .
Los Ansrelea.. . . . .
00, 4 ?E
.00 4 W
New Orleans ...
.II0 4 W
10 12 NE
00 14 N
North Yakima. ..
00 4 W
00 4 W
P oca tell o
oil b se Ipt. cloudy
001 8 NWlClear
O0 .1 ICloudy
00 4 NWClear
CU 12 fE Cloudy
0 10 NW.Clear
San ICranclsco. ...
pokana .... ... . .
00 ( 4 S
00 . 14 N
Tatooab Island. . .
.001 8 NE
Walla Walls. ....
00 8 SE
01 4S .
03 4 SE
OO . .
04 I2;HE Cloudy
A lsrse htrtt. pressure field overlies South
western Csr.ada and Northweetern United
States; high pressure also obtains over the
Lakes Region snd Appslsrhian Highland.
Depression overlies the Psciric Southwest.
Kansss and the vslley of the Bed River of
the North, respectively. Fhowers hsve fallen
In th. Basin Ststes. Western Moniana. the
Vslley of the Red River of the North and th.
Atlantic mates, sna nesvy rains nsve isuen
on the Esstern l exes cosst. t nunaer storms
were reported from rtea &lun, mnnemueca.
Tureen, Roswell. Ahtlene. Winnipeg, Duluth.
New Tor and Boston. The weather re
warmer tn most portions of Oregon and
Washington .and In Southwestern Utsh, Arl
gona. Missouri and on Ute jivrta Atlantic
THE BANK OF PERSONAL SERVICE
OUR BANKING SERVICE Our method of
quickly and accurately handling all matters en
trusted to our care appeals to business men.
Equal courtesy extended to
large and small accounts.
MERCHANTS NATIONAL BANK
Under Government Supervision
Founded 1886 Washington and Fourth Streets
LADD &TILTON BANK
Capital , $ 1,000.000X9
Commercial and Savings Accounts
W. K. La a 4. President Robert & Howard. Asst. Caahlea
Edward Cooklnahem, V1ee-lra. J. W Ledd. Asst. Cashier.
W. H. Duaekley, Cashier. Walter M. Cook. Asst. Cashier.
Comer Wuhlnftoii and THri Street.
First National Bank
Oldest National Bank West of the Rocky
OORNXR FIRST AND WASHINGTON STS. '
I i P s ,1 nC .p7 Direct IJne ts Havre-Pafia (Fraac?
LA SAVOIK -.Sept.
LA FROVkJi.CE Sept.
tFBAtl (lew) Oct.
Twin -screw iie&msr. rwuaurupie-screw atenaicr.
SPECIAL BATUB13AY SAILINGS FROM NEW YORK. S P. 10.
ONC CLASS CABIN (II and THIKD-class PuMnseri Only.
LA TOl'RAINE Sept.
C. W. Stlnffer, SO 6th U A. I. Charlton. S35 Morrlaoii St.; E. M. Taj lor, C
H. -A St. P. By.; Deraey B. Snlth. Oath iti A. C. tsbeldoo. 10 3d at.; IL
Dickaan. lit 3d at.: Kartb Buk Road. 6th and Stark at., atront. Portland-
Coast. It 1 cooler In Northern California,
Nevada, the Rocky Mountain States. West
ern South Dakota. Western Canada, th.
bSKei rt.gion ana Tn. onto v aiiey. jam
Derstures are lO ner cent above normal tn
Interior Western Oregon, and 10 per cent or
more aoove in tne central riatas states anu
Central Mississippi Valley.
Th. conditions are favorable for gener
ally fair weather In this district Thursday
witn no eecidee. temperature cnanges, ana
Portland and vicinity Fair; northerly
Oregon. Wsshtngton and Idaho Fair and
continued warm; northerly winds.
THEODORE F. DRAKE,
Acting District Forecaster.
MAYOR TO BE INOCULATED
Oregon City Official to Take Precau
tions Against Typhoid.
OREGON CITT. On, Aus;. 17. (Spe
cial.) Mayor Jonea haa decided that
be and his family will be inoculated
with an antitoxin that will eliminate
any danger from typhoid fever. Mr.
Jones says be does not believe tbe city
water la spreading- the disease.
By a resolution of the City Council
at a special meeting; Wednesday, the
State Board of Health was called on
for an Immediate report as to its con
clusions on the typhoid epidemic in
felOCsU, BONDS. GRAIN AND COTIOX
NEW YORK. MOlk EXCHANGE.
NfcW TO KM. COil ON KiOHANl.S.
CH1CAOO BOAKU OF TgAilC,
TKit BiOC K ANI BONO EXCUANO&
BAN t KANCllOO.
Lewia Building, 269 Oak Street
Phones Marshall 4120. A 4187.
CONSULTING and 5
PUBLIC SERVICE PROPERTIES
FINANCED and MANAGED
O Pine Street New York
TAHITI AND NEW ZEALAND.
Round Trip Rates: 1st class t. Tahiti I3&
te Welllnat.a .'kl. Sydney H0.
Special Pacific Ocean T.ur inclndlss
South bea isles! to byuney via TanlU. Rare
tones and Now Zealand aad returning te
San Francisco (or Vancouver) via Auckland.
KiJ or b.moa and Honolulu. 1st cssa
Stopovers any point, good an. ysar. all
Inss Irons Bsn Francisco August Z0. stpu 17.
Oct. 13. etc
t'nioa Stearaahln Ca. ef New Zealand, Ltd.
Office: Market hireet. aa rraausco.
Direct lain t HavrsPmria (Frmc
from New York every Wednc-day. 10 A. M.
FRANCE New! Wed. Sept. 10
17 -LA LOKRADiS Oct.
Z& "LA MVUIla Oct. 15
X LA JKOVLXCE Oct. 2
IAGRA Sept. IS
Plymouth Cherbeturj Setrthamptsea
Sept 13 n Oct 4
Oct 25 . Nov. 19
Majearle, Ana. se, frpi. t, Oet. 11.
Ooeauiia, beau , Sept. 17, Oc. la.
Cedrle Aos; !' Adriatic Sept, 11
Baltic Sept. 4 Celtic. ... Sept. IS
Alee Regular Rallies Between
BOTON Mediterranean Italy
Bestea Qqeenafwrn lj.erp i
AM K KIT A V I.IXE
ATLANTIC TRANSPORT LINE
New York. Lstndoa Direct.
RED STAR LINK
New York Dares AatwerP.
White Star Dominion
SaUlasa Erery Patarday from Montreal
BT THE LARGEST CANADIAN" XTN-
UltS Inclndins tbe
LaureaticAua. S0Meraanle. ,.!ept. IS
Caaada....6ept. , Teutonic. Sept. 29
Sead far folders ef tbe Short IsH
Lcfced Si. Lawrence) Boote t. Enrope.
A. K. DISNKT, Paeaencer Aseat,
Bailey Bids;.. Ill Second Ave, Seattle.
Telephone Main lis or Local Bsulirar
aad steamship Aetata,
3LPRS BTAMBs FOR
Saa fraaciso and Lo. AnaVes
S. 8. BEAVER halls a A. M. An SO.
B .S. BEAK, Sails A. L Sept. 4.
THE SAX FRANCISCO PORTLAND 8. fl.
CO. Ticket Office, 3d and Washing
ton, with O.-W. R. A H. C.
Fhoae Marshall 4500. A 6121
San Francisco, Los Angeles
and San Diego Direct
S. S. Roanoke and S. S. Yucatan,
tall Every Wednesday Alternately at
NORTH PACIFIC S. S. CO.
IT? A Third St. Phones Main 1314. A IStt,
And All A rrrcn t In A Irtrl SV.
Lmtc, New and Fns Paviger Steamers
Kroin New York every aiixxxuLL OmxaxdM-J-IT
DAYS TO aiO JANEIRO,
nTornit,et&.applr local ticket Agents, or
UOK A lAMLL)i,(reQfnliefTiu,
Jl Proda'-e Ex!i..TU'ftr New Sort.
LOS ANGELES AND SAN DIEOO
STEAMSHIP YALE AND HARVARD
Railroad or any stesmer t. Esn Francisco,
the F.ida City. Larzest. fastest snd ths
ONLY strictly fIrit-cUss psssenger sUlps en
tb. Coast. Avsnre speed -i miles psr
nour: coat SJ.Oit0.ou0 each.
SAM IRAKC1SCO. POK1LAND at JL. A.
b. S, CO,
Mala ZS. Frank Botlam, Agent. A UCI.
lit Third Street.
COOS BAY LINE
sails from Alcswortb Dock. Portlasd. A.
at.. August a. 13, IS. iS. 28. bepL X 1. IX
IT. Z'A I. Freight received until & P. el.
except day previous to sailing: previous day
S P. M- Passenger fare: First-class, $10:
second-class. t. Including berlb, and aw I
Ticket office Lower Ainsworth Dock.
PORTLAND A COOK BAY n. B. LINE. I
H. KEAI1NO, Agent. thou. Stain 30,
Drain-Coos Bay Auto Line
Now Daily to Marshfield.
Wire reservation., to O. Mat toon