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TTTT3 MORXTXO OREGONIAN. TUESDAY, JUNE 23, 1914.
poor. The smallness of ths Increase In the
ALL STOCKS STRONG
WHEAT NOT OFFERED
closed at the end of last week and there
were additional orders at this price on the
market yesterday. Spots were quoted firm.
BIG DAY AT YARDS
visible supply helped check the decline.
Oats dropped with corn. Corn damage
but there was no activity in this line.
reports seemed to nave lost their force.
Higher prices for hogs made provisions
THE UNITED STATES
- The following cabla was received from
London: "Vermin in all yards in England
firm. Changes, however, were narrow.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
and on Continent. Markets quiet but firuV
Bank Clearings. "4
Open. High. Low. Close.
.SIM .82 .8114 I
.BU Hull .SOI, ..u
.68 .09 .68 .68 H
6T ' .67 .67 .67
S9tt .3 .39VI .514
381- Jsi, ' ,.i7H .38
Decision in Oil Land Case
No Pressure by Farmers to
Seventy-Seven Loads of Live
Bank clearing of the Northwestern cities
yesteraay were as lonows:
Booms Southern Pacific.
Sell New Crop.
stock Are Received.
Portland (1,981,167 (126,319
Seattle z,uiu.4u uo-i.un
Tacoma 336.798 34.958
Spokane T70.50S 115,264
EARLY BUYING DIFFICULT
Demand for Later Delivery Is Slack,
American Crop Prospects Cause
Present Weakness in All
A small amount of business was trans
acted yesterday in new crop wheat on
the casn basis of 7814 cents. Sealers
quoted new club at 78&T9 cents. More
trades would have been put through had
farmers been In a selling mood, as there is
till demand for wheat for early delivery.
So far as later business Is concerned,
dealers are not disposed to so ahead at
this time with crop prospects as they are.
The Bastern market suffered a sharp break
yesterday, because of the pressure of new
wheat offerings, and the weakness at Chi
caco was reflected at Liverpool by a ma-
terlal decline In speculative options. The
cargo market abroad was -without demand.
Several Portland cargoes were offered with
The local oats and barley markets were
Cjuiet and unchanged.
" As showing the steadiness of ths grain-
bag market, a local dealer reported the
Sale yesterday of '60 bales at 8V4 cents.
Although European wheat markets are weak,
which Broomhall attributes to favorable
American Winter wheat prospects, the crop
outlook abroad Is cot so good. Ha says:
"European crop prospects are developing
much - less favorably, as Russian Spring
wheat shows a condition from medium to
poor over a wide area, Roumanla estimated
fully 25 per cent below normal. Austria
generally unfavorable and Franc unfavor
able, with consensus of opinions freely ex
pressed by . .-good ' authorities that France
will require Importation next season of
fully 96.000,000 bushels. -
".Supplies is Russia are undoubtedly much
lighter, than generally expected, and this
Is emphasized In weekly shipments, weak
ness in freights and small arrivals -for ship
ment, notwithstanding a good demand and
acceptable prices offered by Mediterranean
countries. Roumanla stocks are moderate
and offers light for the remainder of the
season, and importers must obtain fair to,
good amounts from America. The Euro
pean demand now is generally quiet for
new wheat, but may revive at any time,
as .stocks are light and consumption liberal
. aiid crop backward."
Local receipts, in cars, were reported by
the Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat. Bar. Fir. Oats. Hay.
Monday i!B 2 . 8 9 4
Year ago 61 4 19 5 24
Season to date... 15742 2769 2830 1723 2702
Year ago, 1731)9 2402 2013 192 2417
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Grain, Floor, Feed, Etc
WHEAT Track prices: Club. 86c: blue-
stem, 89 a 90c; forty-fold, 87c; red Russian,
85c: Valley, 86c - .
MILLFEED Bran. (23.5024 per ton;
shorts. (23.002Y; middlings. (3233.
FLOUR -r- Patents. (4.80 per barrel;
straights, (4.20; exports, (3.90; valley. (4.50;
graham, (4.S0; whole wheat. 15.'
BARLEY Feed, (20&21.O0 per ton: brew
ing. 21.3022; rolled, S23.5024.
HAY Choice timothy. (16 w: mixea
timothy. (1215: valley -grain hay, 19
12; alfalfa, (10&1L
OATS N& 1 whits milling, (ZZ02Z.Z3 per
CORN Whole. (35: cracked. (36 per tea.
lYnits and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing quotationa:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranftes, navels,
(20,3.25 per box; lemons, (5.507 per box;
bananas, 3!4c, per pound; graetrult, Cali-
zornia, per Dox.
VEGETABLES Cucumbers. (11.25 per
box; eggplant, 15c per pound: peppers, 20c
per pound; radishes, 1517HC per dosen;,
head .lettuce, (1.75 per crate; artichokes,
75c per dosen; celery," (3.50 63 4 per crate;
tomatoes, (1&1.75 per crate; spinach, 5&7c
ZVz'uia per pouna;
DEMAND ON ACTIVE SCALE
Der Dound : rhubarb.
r-n hhn ita 1 3 ft, 2n nr nounii : astjaraaTUS. SI I
3 1.50 per dozen; peas, b(&7c per .pouna; ' neners ana najfi wem l iuo ruims yaw.
Buyers Pay Full Prices for Best Of
ferings Choice Light Hogs
Nickel Higher Than at Close
of Last . Week.
There was a fin run at the stockyard!
yesterday, amounting to about 77 loads,
and there was a brisk trade throughout the
day, chiefly In the cattle and swine divi
sions. With the big- supply there was a bet
ter nronortlon of crood Quality In the offer
ings and buyers paid full prices for No. 1
srrade throughout the lieu
Cattle receipts were tne oest in a ions
time and the bulk of trading was in this
division. Steer sales. In the matter or xuii
loads, had an extreme range In price of
S6.25 to 37.90. with the bulk oi sates at
$7.25 to J 7. M0. Good cows sold from 6 to
$7, calves brought $8 to 19.25. and bulls.
VISIBLE SUPPLY MMINISHING FAST
KUiu'raents of Wheat to Europe. Continue on
The weekly wheat statistics of the Mer
chants' Exchange follow:
American visible supply
. .38.933,000 4,47.0OO
. . ..31.872,000 1,582,000
. .24,64y,000 1.T1S.UUU
....24.516,000 - 1,127,000
. ,. .15.K69.00Q. 1,596.000
.. . .25,892,010 1,017,000
. . . .14,228,000 1,160,000
Quantities on passage
- Bushels Bushels Bushels
' . Week Week "Week
June 20. June 13. June 21, '13
S2,40.0O0 2.616,000 . 24,480,000
19,656,000 20,112,000 3,732,000
June 22, 1914.
June- 23, 3H13.
June 24, " 1012.
June 26, . 1911.
June . 27, ll10.
June 28. 1909.
'June 29, 1908.
Julv 1. 1907. .
V. K. ....
.'Total 42,496,000 42,728.000 48,232,000
"World's shipments principal exporting
countries f(Ilour Included)
' Bushels Bushels Bushels
. - - ' Week Week - Week
Prom June 20. June 13. June 21, '13
tT. a ft Can.. 3,685,000 3,014,000 5,328,000
D-annb . . ,
fiuasla . . ,
733.000 1.712.000 1.734,000
640,000 . 968,000 960.000
156,000 824,000 - 328,000
..4,200,000 8,840.000 2.032.000
,.1.584,000 1,264,000 1,835.000
11,901,000 11.622,000 12,217,000
World's shloments. season to date
Total Since Same Period
July 1. '13. Last Season,
, 44,057,000 123.270,000
60, 142,000 47,138,000
; 1 66.728, 00O 106, 162. 000
ft7. 6. and Canada
TRADE IS SKtTXK FURS IS LARGE
London Is the Great Market for This Amer
ican arucie, ,
The skunk brings annually to the trappers
of -the- United States about $3,000,000. It
stands second In Importance only to the
muskrat among our fur-bearing animals.
The value of a skunk skin in tjie raw fur
market averaged from about 23 cents to
S3.50 In Decern ber,1913. and usually runs
higher. Although this fur is not very
popular In AftifertcR,"1 Europeans favor it
because it wears wall and has a luster
which makes it rival the Russian sable in
appoarance. These facts are emphasized in
a new farmers ''bulletin now being sent out
by the Department of Agriculture.
.London Is a great market for American
skunk skins. In 1858 over 18,000 skins of
this animal . were exported to London; In
1911. over 2,000,000.. Although only a small
percentage of our skins are now dressed
end mad up here, says the bulletin, we
have received in years past a good number
of them back after they have been made
up aoroaa, ana many American jaujeo wxio
'- would scorn to wear a skunk skin have
been -proud of their Imported black marten
' or - Alaska sable, which was merely the
American skunk fur more attractively la-
CANTALOUPES ARE FIRM AND HIGHER
JUananas Being Soldi at Cut Prices on Front
, - Street.
..The bringing in of several cars of bananas
by independent shippers and the offering of
tliem at a cut price has started somewhat
of a banana war on Front street. The quo
tation yesterday was SH cents, and may go
lower before. the trouble Is over.
The cantaloupe market was In good shape
and prices were firmer all around. Stand
ards sold at $2.2502.50 and pony crates at
$2. The cooler weather checked the sale of
Dealers are complaining of the small nesa
of most of the peaches now arriving from
California.- and until larger fruit is available,
there will be no free peach movement here.
Apricots were firm and temporarily higher
at 91.50. Plums of fine quality are being
offered and sell welt Cherries were weak
and S cents was the top quotation.
A car of Merced tomatoes arrived and was
put on sale at $1.15 a box. A car of new
potatoes was also received.
CHEESE PRICES ON FIRM BASIS
htrenglh- ef Demaad May Soon Put Oregon
. , . . Market Higher.
The cheese market Is firm and likely to
advance. Tillamook manufacturers report
the demand greater than the supply, with
California the heaviest buyer.
City creameries quote extra butter In
prints well cleaned up and firm. Thera U
still pressure to sell country cubes and) busi
ness was done yesterday at 22 cents.
Receipts of eggs were small, as usual on
Monday, and the market was firm at Satur
Poultry said druses A meats were In good
demand whI Cm.
- Hop Contracts Closed.
IXog contract at 16 csnts wars
beans, 6 7o per pound ; corn, 3o y 40c
ONIONS Red. sz.oo; yellow, $-s..o per
GREEN FRUITS Apples, old. I1.DVO
box; new, SI per box; strawberries, $1?1.25
ner crate: cherries. 48c Der pound: apri
cots, 1.50 per box; cantaloupes, sze.ou
per crate; peaches, 11.15 per box
plums. S1.25 fit 1.65: watermelons, 24 24
per pound; loganberries, 90c per crate
raspberries, ii. Jfjji.a; oiacKoemes, x.za
black caps. Sl.50.
POTATOES Oregon, uc$i per Hun
dred ; new, 2o per pound,
SACK VEGETABLES Turnips, new Cali
fornia, SI. 20; carrots, Sl.50; beets, ll.&U.
Dairy and Country Produca.
Local jobbing quotations:
EGGS Fresh Oregon ranch, case count.
22c: candled. 23Z4c per dosen.
POULTRY Hens, 14c; broilers, 18 20c
fryers. 20 22c: turkeys, live, 20 22c
dressed, choice, 2526c; ducks, 10c; geese.
BUTTER Creamery prints, extra, 27
per nound: cubes. 2222c.
CHEESE Oregon triplets, jobbers' buying
price, lc per pouna I. o. d. qock .fori
land; Young America, 16o per pound.
rvtt.HL j?ancy, iufc lie per pouna.
YEAL Fancy. 1212c per pound.
Local lobblne ocotatlons:
SALMON Colombia River, one-pound
tails, S2.25 per dozen; hall-pound flats.
1.40: one-pound flats. SZ.45; Alaska pink.
one-pound talis, 65c; silvers idea, one-pound
HON Ex unoice, fd.ouvd.fo per case.
NUTS Walnuts, 14 20c per pound
Brazil nuts. 20c; filberts, 1415c; almonds.
J'J28c; peanuts, 66c; cocoanuts, SI per
dozen: c nest nuts. Btfivc per pouna; pe
cans. 14 (it1 15 c.
BEANS Small white, 0c; large white,
5c: Lima. 8c: pink, 0.15c ; Mexican, 7c
COFFEE Roasted, In drums, 10 52c per
SUGAR Fruit and berry, $5.05; beet,
$4.85, extra C, 14.55; powdered, in barrels.
SALT Granulated, $15.50 per ton; half
ground, 100s, $10.75 per ton; 50a, $11.50 per
ton: dairy. 14 per ton.
RICE No. I Japan, AV 5c; Southern
head, 64 0 7fto, Island. 55 He.
DRIED FRUITS Apples, 10 tlo per
pound; apricots, lotfliOc; peaches, ilc
prunes. Italians. 10 12 4c ; currants, 8 4c
raisins, loose Muscatel, 647Hc; bleached
Thompson, 11 ci unbleached Sultans, 8c;
seeded, 9c; dates, Persian, . 77fto per
pound; lard, $1.40 per box.
FIGS Package, 8 oa. 50 to box, $1.85;
Dackaee. 10 oz.. 12 to box, 80c; white, 25-1 b.
box, $L75; black, 25-lb. box; $L75; blacav
30-1D. POX, fa.ou; uinu. iu-id, uu,
Calarab candy figs, 20-lb. box,. $3; Smyrna,
per box, $1.50. -
Hops, Wool, Hides. Etc.
HOPS 1913 crop, prima and choice, 14
16c: 1814 contracts, lao.
PELTS Dry. 11c: dry short wooL 8c; dry
shearings, 10c; green shearings, Ific; salted
sheep, $1.2551.50; Spring lambs, 25985c.
HIDES Salted hides. 18 He per pound
salt kip.-34c; salted calf, 19c; green hides,
12Hc; dry hides, 24c; dry calf, 2ftc; alted
bulls, 10c per pouna; green ouus, oo,
WOOL Valley, 203 He; Eastern Ore
MOHAIR 1014 clip. 27 (3 28c ner pound. .-
CASCARA BARK Old and new, 5o per lb.
GRAIN HAKiti in car lots, ec.
FISH Salmon, 8 12c per pound; halibut,
4 & Be ; buck shad, 2 He ; roe shad, He ;
sliver perch, 8a
HAMS 10 to 12-pound; 19 H 20 H c ; m12
to 14-pound, 19H20Hc; 14 to 18-pound,
19H&20HC; SKinneu, ioiuc; picnic, ioc
BACON Fancy, 2Sttuc;. standard, 22&
DRY SALT CURED Short clear backs,
1SH 16c; exports, 144 16c; plates, 1XJ
LARD Tierce basis. Pure, 12018c;
KEROSENE Water white, drums, bar
rels or tank wagon, 10c; special, drums or
barrels, 13Hc; cases, l7H20Hc
GASOLINE Bulk, 15Hc; oases, 22o;
motor spirit, bulk. 15Hc; cases, 22 He. En
gine distillate, drums, 7Hc; cases, 14 He;
nap t ha, drums, 14Hc; cases, 21 He.
LINSEED Oil Raw, barrels, ttlc; boiled,
barrels, t3c; raw, cases, 66c; boiled, cases,
TURPENTINE In cases. 65a per gallon;
SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE MARKET.
Prices Quoted at the Bay City on Fruits,
KAN' FRANCISCO. June 22. Fruit Pine
apples, $1.50 2.25; Mexican limes, $910;
California lemons, 46.
Vegetables cucumbers, ucotoo; green
Potatoes Oregon .ouroanjes, vuotfsi.za;
t-weets, $2.753.00; new, ltf ic; river
xJuroanKS, si.ZaXgfi. to.
Eggs Fancy rancn, S4; store, vac.
Onions Red, $1.502; white, $2.10.
Cheese Young Americas. 14 14 He: new,
iiutter r anoy creamery, zc; eeoonai, ac
Receipts Flour. 2296 quarters; barley.
87S5 centals; potatoes, 2764 sacks; hay, 653
NEW TORK, June 22. rCopper, dull; spot
nd August, 13.306 13. S0c; electrolytic, 13.75
13.S7Hc; lake, nominal; castings, 13.62fe
Q 13. IOC.
Tin. firm: spot, 30.50 & 30.75c; August,
30.t2H ' 30.87 He.
Antimony, auu; jooitson s. f.o-qi t.ot
Iron. aulet: No. 1 Northern. 14.75
15.25c: No. 2 Northern. 34.50gH5c; No. 1
Southern, 14.75 15. 25c; No. 2 do, 14.600
Lead, dull; 8.85S.9oc; Lonaon, tv is ea.
Spelter, dull ; 5.03 & 5.15c; London, 21
Dried Fruit at New York.
SEW YORK. June 22. Evaporated apples
quiet ; fancy, 1 1 12c ; choice, 10 10 H c ;
rrunes steaay; vaurornias, f ii c;
Oregons, 10 & 12c
Peaches dull; choice, - Olielic; extra-
choice, 6tr7fec; fancy. 7feSc.
Tha (inif hnira BH t O. nlnknl mON
than was current in the market at the close
of last week, choice light stock selling at
In the sheep-house, former prices pre
vailed, lambs selling at S6, yearlings at so,
wethers. at $4.75 to $5 and old ewes at
Receipts were 1176 cattle, 118 calves, 1932
hops and 1066 sheep. Shlpers were:
With cattle M. 1. Yates. Heppner, 2 cars;
Robert McGee, Heppner. 2 cars; Hinds,
Heppner, 2 cars W. Edwards, Heppner, 1
car; J. Campbell, Heppner, 1 car; C. F.
Colton, Gates. 1 car; .C. L. Buckley, Con
don, 1 car; W. Dawn. Grass Valley, 1 car;
W. T. McDonald, Wasco, 1 car; B. P. Mc
Cullough, Patterson, 2 car; H. Kottogotten,
1 car; J. P. Walters, Corvallis, 2 cars; W.
Kohlhagen, Roseburg, 2 cars; Portland
Feeder Company, Nampa, 8 cars ; H. M.
Moore. Echo, 3 cars; wiuis i-eiersou.
North Powcter, 1 car.
With hogs win ifiocK, Amuy, j. car; n.
E. Dale. Grants Pass, 1 car; W. H. Koss.
P.rmr 1 car: W. H. Evans. Pilot Rock,
car: Walter Wagner, Pilot Rock, 1 car; El
em i-'orwarainir uompany. wauowi, tw
J. Slivers, Wallowa, 1 car; T. M. Cannon,
Rnternrise. 1 car: Kiddle Bros.. Imbler.
car; same, La uranae. l car; iom moib'
lock, Joseph, 2 Sars; Charles White, pom
eroy. 1 car; J. E. Walters. Plalnvlew, 1 car,
J. W. Chandler, Wallowa. 1 car.
With sheep E. H. Moreiock. Joccpn,
car: J. S. nint. Junction city, cars; i. r.
West. Roseburg. 2 cars; J. D. Dlnsmore,
West Stayton, 2 cars.
with miTd inn (in K. Sweet. Payette.
car cattle and hogs; G. H. Hupman, Joseph,
1 car cattle and calves; wuus se reierson,
Knrth' Powder. 1 car cattle and hogs;
Georire Rodman. Halsey, 1 car cattle and
hnir- WMi Chandler. Davton. 2 cars cattle
and hogs; W. Weames, Union Junction, 2
cars cattle and hogs.
The day's sales were as follows:
wt.Prlce.l Wt. Price.
7S0 $7.00. 28 steers ..1009 $7.35
920 6.001 27 steers 989 6.55
.1200 4.00 27 cows ...1021 6.50
4.0017 COWS ... V'JJ D.U
7.60 25 calves .. 198 8.00
7 3-1' .. mtffrrn ..10H9 7.35
5.00' 8 steers ..1701 7.35
6 .00! 19 steers ..1122 7.55
Sept 20.22 $ 20.25
MARKET CHANGE IS ABRUPT
July 11.55 11.57 V, 11.47 11.47
Sept ll.W 11.85 , 11.55 11.58
Casn prices were:
Wheat. No. 2 red. S70SSCT No. 2 hard.
8T88c; No. 2 Northern. S2ttMc; No. I
Corn. No. 2, 70704c: No. 2 yellow.
(vc; iNO. a yeaow, uoTOc.
Barley. 50 60c ,
Timothy, X4.U595.S0. ,
Knropean Grain Slarketa.
I nVTinV 1 .. no f .
Buyers noxa oil.
Sngiish country markets, quiet.
French country markets, weak.
LIVERPOOL. Jun. 22. Wheat. No.
Manitoba. 7s od; No. 2, 7s 4d, July,
so. uctonr, tu iu a. ,
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jun. 22. Wheat Julv.
BDttci oeptemoer, Bic; o. i nara, vuc;
No. 1 Northern, S7He895c;; No. 2 North
ern, 00 ib i ft a
Parley, 4552e: flax. 1.55K 01.08.
6aa Francisco Grain Market.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 22. Snot Quota
tions: Walla Walla. 1.57fe0L58: red
Russian, S1.C7U 01.584 : turkey red. 1.57tt
oi.w uiuestem. .1.011.1 ii x - zeeo oariev.
01.25; bran! 24.5O025; middlings,
t3031; shorts, Jl'T 1:7.50.
Other Lreadinr Railwar and Indn-
trtal Slutres Join in Vpwanl Move
ment Outfhnr of Gold
Kearlnff an End.
NEW TORK. June 22. After the receipt
from Washington of th. familiar announce
ment that no decision would ba s;tva dur-
Inc th. day In th. trelsht rat. case, the
stock market settled down for another day
of waiting;. Speculation was dull during; the
momma- with a slow downward movement.
The course of the market was chanced
aoruptly, however, by th. decrM of th
United States Supreme Court favoring; the
title claims of th. Southern Pacific Rail
road to California oil lands. The ruling
of the court caused a sudden rush of buy
ing orders and th. qwetation of the stock
mounted swiftly. ' There was a demand
from commtssla-houses. as well as from
room traders, and at the close th. price
was V7, a gain of more than three point.
trices or nearly all th. leading railways
ana industrial snares joined in tha upward
In ths early trading, chief Interest lay
In the action of the Rock Island securi
ties. 'The stimulating- effect on th. bonds
of the reorganisation plan causing th. up-
C ' u'ii hnard: VhMt st.nriv nn Im.v
barley steady; December. .1.01; May, 81.05 H I turn Saturday had orn off and quota-
utu. ei.vift asaeu. . uoni were lower an arw.no.
1 -ine declining tendency of forelan u
Paget Sound Wheat Markets. I Chang, was checked, the Quotation for de-
t rnm t... . wi r, 1 .. . I mand sterling advancing about 25 Dolnta.
export was announced. It was th. opinion
of banks, however, that th. outflow of gold
waa Bearing Its end. '
Trading In bonds waa unusually heavy,
with' particular activity In Rock Island and
Southern Pacific Issues. Tha market was Ir
regular. Chicago Indiana Cobl Railway
S8. which slumped last week from 88 to 61
broke further today to 45. Total sales of
1 COW .
1 stag .
16 steers .1079 6.80
steers .1240 7.40
26 steers .1213 7.10
8 steers . 949 6.50
18 steers . 763 7.00
28 steers ..11.11 7.20
27 steers .1096 7.201
7 steers .1053 7.15
25 steers .1110 6.2!
4 bulls ...1895 6.00
12 steers .1309 6.75;
steers .1005 6.001
20 Bteers .1111 7.00
1 heifer .10.10 7.001
."steers .1038 7.00
8 steers .1095 7.3'
4 hoss .. 80S--- 7.00
2 wethers.. 185 8.00
1 hoa .
140 . 3.001
. 172 8.10
172 . 8.101
8 steers ..1701
19 steers ..1122
28 steers ..1116 7.35
8 steers ..1239 7.00
19 steers ..1121
26 steers ..1164
37 steers ..1042
36 steers ..1098
25 steers ..1256
26 steers ..1179
1 heifer .. 820
. . 194.
. . 345
. . 188
17 vearlinas 99 0.00
110 lambs .. 74 6.00)
46 hoes . . . 159 S.00
3-m. cows. 083 6.50
6 calves .. 261 8.00
4 steers .. 930 7.35
2 calves .. 180 8.00
2 cows . . . 900 6.75
1 cow 1250 6.25
20 wethers. 86 6.00
34 wethers. 102 4
75 hogs ... 1UO 8.10'7Shog
o steers .. 84 o.ou nogs .
25 steers ..1239 7.S5! 90 hogs ,
24 steers ..1352 7.251 3 hoes .
23 steers ..1178 7.75.81 hogs .
74 calves 205 8.25fl05 hogs .
13 cows ... 9S2 6.401 2 hogs .
1 cow 1230 .7r. 2 hogs .
13 steers ..1174 7.40 108 hogs .
1 steer ..1050 7.00 1 hog ..
2 bulls .. .1075 4.65 102 hogs .
2 steers .. 776 7.00 1 hog ..
17 steers .. 992 7.60 1 hog ..
29 steers .. 794 T.55 51 hogs .
26 steers .. 775 7.55! 88 hogs .
4 cows ....715 5.50 101 Iambs
15 cows ... 73S 6.401 49 ewes .
Scows ...1086 6.65
237 ' 8.15
Current prices of ths various classes of
stock at the yards follow:
Prime steers J7.75 ffJS.OO
Choice steers 7.25 7.50
Medium steers . ..,.VMi 7.003 7.25
CTioice cows 6.509 7.00
Medium cows 6.00-3 6.25
Heifers 6 50 7.25
Calves 7.00 9.00
Bulls 4.00-9 6.25
Stags 5.50 7.00
Light 7.50 8.15
Heavy 6.50 7.15
Wethers 4.20 5.00
Ewes 3.25ffl 4.50
Yearling lambs 4.50 fr 5.00
Spring lambs 5.50 6.00
Hops. Etc.. at New Yofk.
NEW YORK. June 22. Hops Quiet; state
common to choice 1913. 3233c: 1912. 139
16c: Pacific Coast 1913, 17 20c; 1912,
Hides Quiet. Bogota, 2829c; Central
Wool Steady: domestic fleece. XX Ohio,
New Sooth African Loan.
LOXTON'" June 22.' The Issue of a loan
of 420.000.000 at 3 per cent is shortly to
be made oy tne union 01 soutn Airica. 11
Is understood the issue price will be 97 ii.
NEW YORK. Juno 22. Spot cotton, quiet.
Middling uplands, 13.25; do, gulf, 13.50. No
Duluth Unseed Market.
TJTJLLTH. June 22. Linseed. July. 11.58 4 ;
September, tl.60 3.
Hop. ttt London.
LIVERPOOL. June 22. Hops at London.
Psoitis Coast. 404 17a
Omaha Livestock Market. . .
SOT7TH OMAHA. June 22. Hogs Re
ceipts, 5000; market, higher. Heavy, 18.25
8.35; light. S8.208.35; pigs, 16.507.50;
bulk of sales. 18.224 g8.27tt.
Cattle Receipts. 21,000; market, higher.
Native steers, $7.50(3)9; cows and heifers,
$5.500 8; Western steers, $7.508; calves,
Sheep Receipts. B500; market, lower. Fed
muttons. Stl. 75ii. 20, wethers, lj.3UffiO.au;
lambs, 8.75 '59.50.
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. June 22. Hogs Receipts. 41,-
000; market, strong, -6c higher. Bulk of
nles S8.40O8.45: light. S8.15tS8.45: mixed.
$8. 15 188.50; heavy,. tS.056i8.47i4 ; rough,
8.058.20: pigs. $7.303.10.
Cattle Receipts, 12,500; market, strong,
generally 1015c higher. Beeves, $7.50
9.40; steers, $6.90S'S.20; stockers and feed
ers. $6.1508.15; cows and heifers, $3.70
8.85: calves, $7&10.25.
Sheep Receipts. 16.000; market, slow to
steady. Sheep, $5.306.40; yearlings, S6.40
67.50; lambs, $6-50$.40; Springs, $709.50.
Chicago Dairy Produce. '
CHICAGO. June 22. Butter, lower; cream
Eggs, lower; receipts, 20,387 cases; at
mark, cases included. 16818c; ordinary
firsts. 16fc17c; firsts, 174 18c.
Cheese, steady; daisies, 14H144c; twins,
144 014I4c: Americas. 1514 1514c; long
horns. 1514 ISMiC
SHARP SLUMP IN WHEAT
LOWEST JUVE PRICE AT CHICAGO
IX EIGHT YEARS.
88c; fortyfold, 8(5c; club, 85c; red Russian,
Car receipts Barley 1, corn 1, hay T.
SEATTLE. June '22. Wheat Bluaitem.
sac; iortyiom, e,c; ciuo, etJic; ue boc;
rea KUESian. 83 fee.
Yesterday's car receipts Hay 16. flour 8.
cora s, oariey a.
Carlo, drain UeUrory Rule.
TOUTED STATES DEPOSITORY
J. Ok IRIWOBTlIt Fills I.
Its fa. Itsa-I. W. A. MOLI IsH CttaMaw.
A. M. WlUQstT, iss, CsOl...
tv, w. wcBsaema. ouktsas t s. tw. Ask r.aj.s
n. uba auuurns,
f 1 1 if , t no . .. i . dodol sir value. se.us.uuo. unitaa Htatu
the rules of the Chicago Board of Trade, I oonds wer. unchanged on call,
making carlots of grain regular for delivery I ri.OHmn crnrir onnrinnKa
the last threa.days of the month, was CL.OSINO STOCK QUOTATIOJ,S
passed by vote of tha members today by s I Reported by J. C. Wilson A Co., Lewi
majority of only 23. Nearly 600 ballots I building, Portland,
wers cast. I Open.
Amaig cop .... g.tuju
Am Beet Sugar, 800
Am cotton 011
Am Emt A Kfg 600
do preferred.. .....
Am Sugar 100
vsuninAi. r,ao a u.. u Am Tel A Tel.. 2,000 124
I Am Tobacco 231
1 Anaconda 1,600
Interest Growing; at Albloa Vending;
Place and Alberta Mart Will Be
Opened at 6 A. M. Today.
At Coast Line.
A T & Santa Fs
Bait & Ohio. ...
Brook Rap Tr. .
Canadian Pac . .
C & Gt v7
S ft N W
C M ft St P.
At tha luncheon of the East' Side Central Leatb
Rn.in.E. uran. Plnh o. I Cent of N J . .
Unt.1 1.-, ., 1. I nitlO X. I UV
"""" " I C oio Fuel & Iron .
tauveiy xo start a puonc raarnei in Colo Southern ...
Central East Portland, July 7, and hold I Consolidated Gas
It three times a week Tuesday, Thurs
D ft R a
day and Saturday so as not to conflict rie !
with the Alblna and Alberta markets do 1st preferred
except on Saturday. The place prob- General Eiec....
ably will be on East Sixth street, be- I io orefJmd'
tween East Washington and East Stark I Illinois Central.
streets, although that was not fixed I Interboro-Met ..
Wilson Benefiel was appointed to I ,.-,,,.;. viiev .
communicate with farmers and invite I Louis ft Nash...
them to come to this market with their Mexican Cent.
produce. H. A. Darnall, who assisted mo Kan ft Texas
in estaoiisnin xne J amniu-sireet mar- I Missouri Pac ...
ket, agreed to assist; The committee I National Lead..
was instructed to confer with B. W. ".T", ".V1.
Gill, manager of the Tamhill-street New Haven
market, and Commissioner Bleelow N" Y Central.
about the erection of shelters before I J T Ont W. . .
the market is opened. S;j,SS.n .!
Shelters 16 feet wide at the Albina pacific Mail ..
market will extend from the curb I Pacific T ft T.
across the sidewalk into vacant prop- I do preferred,
erty recently leased. PeSSies Gas
The Alberta public market will be Reading
open this morning; at S o'clock and con- Republic 8 ft I
tinue until 10 o'clock on East Twenty- Ruc,khern pao"
third street. It is under the auspices I Southern Ry . '.
oi tne AiDerta woman s CluD. Mrs. I Texas on ..
1.600 1714 16
1,600 111 11114
Josephine R. Sharp, president; Mrs. K. Union Pacific .. 17.S00
Ackles, Mrs. Nellie Bozarth, Mrs. Mary I pt jj, ot a F
jsrauer, jurs. may . ureene ana Mrs. I u S steel Cor... lB.oo
Alma Smith are the committee in I do preferred.. foo
tjian copper .. iv.iuv
Tl'., 1. ., . .
Children of the Alberta district are in-I west Union Tel 1,800
vited to bring; their garden stuff to Westlnghouse Kl 600
this market. They will have a place " 'lc n
assigned south 'of Alberta street and
the wagons will be on the north side.
Total shares, 194,000.
Reported by Overheck ft Cooke Co.. Board
of Trade building. Portland.
Atch. Gen 4s.
Atl Coast Line 1st 4s..
PORTLAND. June 23. Maximum temoer- B ft O Gold
ature, ss aegrees; minimum, ss aegreea
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
B R T 4s
Tt!vi 1. iflnr . A XT u a i. I Ches ft O 4S.
last 24 hours. 0.2 foot rise. Total rainfall. c ft s: P Gea s
o P. M. to S P. M.. none: total rainfall S ,K -0'
Inp. fi.ntmhi 1 as K9 fnh... .nr. Icl Gas 61..
mal. 4J. J6 inches: deficiency. 5.04 Inches. L a Joint ss..
Tntol .Tinhin.' minute- nna.thla 1 & fc.rie ten 4B.
hours, 48 minutes. Barometer (reduced to int ,Me'.
sea leveu 6 r. M., 10 inches.
ICen Cro Shipments Coming Faster
From First Hands Than Ever
CHICAGO. June 22. New crop shipments
coming faster from first Jaands than ever,
before known brought the wheat market
down today to ths lowest level for this
season of ths year sine. 1906. The close
was heavy, lc to 10 under Saturday
night. Corn surrerea a net loss oi no w
lc, and oats a setoack ot 9o to
We. Provisions finished unchanged to 10c
Wheat took a downward turn early, ln-fltianr-eA
bv falling ouotatlons at Liverpool.
Commission houses were generally on the
selling side, whereas buying was only of s
scattering sort. There were reports of
heavy acceptances of Diss made irom ni--go
to country dealers. A further de
cline ensued owing to reports that never
before had new wheat started rrom first
bands In such volume as at present.
Rainy weather and ths prospect of more
weakened th. price ot sora. Besides East
ern shipping call wag sale. t extremely
Des Moines ...
Jacksonville . .
Kansas City ...
Klamath Falls ,
Los Angeles ..,
North Head ...
North Yakima .
San Francisco '.
Walla Walla . .
If I 2
J. o 2
e 5 o
C O . 3
to a nn a'ip.
8 0.4:110, sw
70:0.10 4iSW Clear
8410.00 8 SE
67 0.001 4NW
64 O.O0I 4 SW I
9c a nn tvo ,
6S0.04 4 SE
74 0.001 8 E
63 0. OOf 4 S
96 0.00 14!SW j
74!0.00 10 NW
SO!0. 00 24, W
76 0.14 16ISW
66 0. 01
Clear ' '
Louisville ft Nash Un 4s
Missouri Pac 4s..............
NYC Gen 8s
N ft W 1st Con 4a
Northern Pac 4s
Oregon Short Lin. Ref 4s....
Pac Tel 5s
Penna Con 4s...
?eadlng Gen 4s
. t L i San Fran Ret 4s
So P Ref 4s
S P Col 4s
So Ry 6s -
So Ry 4s
Un Ry Inv 4s
Un Pac 1st and Ref 4s
U S Steel 5s
West . Shore 4s
Whouse Elec cv 6s
Wisconsin Central 4s
United States 2s registered.
United States 2s coupon
United States 3a registered...
United States 3s coupon
United States 4s registered...
United States 4s coupon
Stocks at Boston.
BOSTON. June 22.. Closing quotations:
Allouex . 40 Nevada Con. 13
A mal Cop 71!Nlpiss'g Mines. .66-16
A z L. ft s joirorin J3uii. .... "m
Alisons Com.... 4iNorth Lake 1
Cal ft Ariz 64, old Dominion ...47
Cal ft Hecla....413 (Osceola 70
Centennial 17 jQuincy 66
Cop Ran Con Co. Bu"4 snannon o
Franklin 4!Super!or 27
Granbv Con 81 .Sun ft Bos Mm. 114
Greene Cananea. 32 (Tamarack 35-
I Royalleiuopj.. 2un u a a ti. m tain. 00
Kerr Lake D 1 do pfd . 47
Lake Copper ..'6 Utah con 11
La Salle Copper. 4jUtah Cop Co ... 69
Miami Copper .. 22 (Winona 2
Mohawk 44 i Wolverine 40
Itsutte at sup ... m
Money, JExchanre. Etc
nhw YORK. Jun. S3. Close: ICsrcan.
tile paper, S tt per cent.
nterung exuu.usc, ..emur. " .
$4.86: demand, 84.8815. '
commercial diiis, fi.its
Bar silver. 5814c.
Mexican dollars. 44c
Government bonds, steady; railroad bond a
Within .the last IS hours the pressure
area has decreased In practically all sec-
tAn. th. Mimlrv Th.r. are stirht crests I Irr.vnlar.
... n..n ntr th. rnljfnrnl..DrMnn rrmul I I'.ill monev. BtesdV. 14402 per CSnt: Tul
and also over the Southeast. A marked de-1 ing rate, 2 par cant; dosing bid. 161
r.wamBinn 4. nv.r Sa sk. t ch ewsn tnd Alberts I D.r cent.
.,. !. tnt.n.itv is over Art- Time loans, steady: 60 days. 2 pr cent:
sons. Showers have fallen In Washington, 1 90 days, 2 per cent; six months, 1 par
Montana, the Central Plateau ano r.ortn- cent.
ern Plains states, upper Mississippi vaney, Jun. B.r .liver Arm. X6d
Lake Region, Gulf and Middle Atlantic , ?Wi iT Bar I1T' nrm- "a
f.';"": 'JT"? n.verinpit: W.ciunt.t.V Short bills, ST-16f;
h,.r-. Galveston. New Orleans and Tampa, thra. montns. x.
The weather Is warmer la Northern Wash-1 gAjf FRANCISCO, June S2. Silver bars,
lngton. the Basin and Northern Rocky! ssc. Mexican dollars, 44c; drsfts, sight.
Mountain States. Eastern North Dakota, thelj,.; j0 telegraph, 8c. Sterling 1b London,
iaxe Kegion ana l eaucnct; . n i. tm.ici " OO days, oo, sign I. ..ooi
tne ascramento vaney ui .iiiurm., ..u,n-
ern Colorado, Nebraska and Eastern iSew
The conditions are favorable for showers
TnoftdAT in this district. It will be cooler
Tuesday in Idabo.
Portland and vicinity Tuesday showers;
Oregon and Washington Tuesday show
ers; southerly winds.
Idaho Tuesday showers anJ cooler.
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW TORK. Juna 22. Tha coffea market
was quiet but en orally steady today In tha
absence of any important selling. The open
ing' was one point lower to two points high
er. In sympathy with the steady ruling of
the Bras.tlan markets, and price worked
up a point or two during the dsy on scat
tered covering or a little bull support. The
cloao waa two to four points net higher.
Sales, 13.000; Juna, a.J7c; July, sVTl; 6ep-
PINKERTON & COMPANY
UNITED STATES DETECTIVE AGENCY
Chicago, 111., ever since 18S3
No lonneetion with or relation to tba Finkarton National Dfteytira
Scientifio detective work along modern lines. Our
Finds the criminal intent in criminal accounts and reduiMHi it to a
practical basis. A criminal account id one that ran pay but won't.
When the criminal feature is exposed it wants to pay.
Headquarters, 7th floor, Boyoe building, Chicago, 111.
. Northwestern Offices, 412-13 Lumbermens bldf., Portland, Or.
Phone Slain. 7741.
W. H. TREECE, District Manager.
LADD & TILTON
a-atabliahad S '
Capital end Surplus
Commercial and Savins: Deposits
17, torttpffxfi ii nriis-r I
aftiai; i d ss a I rsiir 11 a.a a -r
si 1 1 iw i Hu n i i i i m
till it W ar I a I mm M I T awT-
rsn i i wii
I 2 rfl r ' -r-ss-
IHlvrt Lia. s llan-tarls llar.).
Mailings from N.w Tsra .vary WdB..1ar. 10 A. M.
?".Tsa La Savole, Wednesday, July 1
LA I.ORRA1NK JulyS IJi TOTnaiB Jnl It Ma ins ";!
tIKAMKiHwl Julr is "ia mivis , r - m.
Twln-s'-rnw st.am.r. lanntwi. si."ir
lm ii. MTinna aii.io. rum r.w uuh. i r. h.
ON K CLASS CABUS lt nO THIFr. M I Onlr.
SX1AOAKA . JaJT ! HAHrir.AW A.
n w sltan, a. SIB mt.t A. I. Oarlton, MrrlMi s i K. M t.l".
& IHrhsJaV S4S HaUlasto I mm r
D. WalfcirT at I ntaa J'arUUl Kallwa.
. . a.t. rtrlnhM'. tW: rctntr, S.1SI
January, Mmnh, .
Boot, qui.t; m jr.". j
12912H: nlltI oonesk .un; v
,u,.r .te.dr. Molaasas, S.T4; .titrl-
fusal, .: raflnl atMdri out l"r. -;
cru.h.4. S.JB: mold A.
sranulat.a, 0; diamond A, 4.tO oaf-
tlonsrr A. r.. . .
Oadltloa of th. Tnawr.
WABHTNaTON. Jun. 11 Th. rnit1
of th. UnMfd Btat.s tr.rary ai in.
.in.i.. .r ....a! n.. a today wm:
v.t h.lanr. In senral fund. ..
Total r-ipts Psturdsr aliir?
Total paym'n rat. .r . ....... . -
,.r.t0 a' surilu: V7Tli.li. .'
oxcluslv. of Panama Canal and puoil. ow
Elgta Batta Marhr.
ITLOIK. IIU Jun. 12. o.r. arm, a. is
travfi .m (inns
lw1ston Chantanqna, patrv Out
tmnaTOS. Idaho. Juna it. (Spa-
.1.1 irrh. Itwlaton Chautauqua wll
this year cover a run w.oa, iron.
tn u. and oreparanona r. ua.n.
mad to provlda ona of tha bast avsnts
of the kind aver held Jn this part of
Ask anyone who
has studied the
question and he
is almost sure to
say: "I believe
that Bitulithic is
the best of the
ments, and is of
STOCKS. BOND. ORAIX AND COTTO..
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CHICAC.O BOARD Or TRADSt
MtW YOKE COTTON KXCUA.NUC
THE STOCK AND BOND tatUAMUs,
Lewis Building. 269 Oak Street,
Phones Marshall 3858. A 4187
Steamship sails direct P. M. this even
ing r ew reservation, iwifc.
aa Frsarlsn. Partl.ad Laa Aaa.l.s
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Sails IHrwl Far
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S. S. "ALSATIAN" and
S. S. "CALQARIAN"
a.AHcrT s-iw F..T . V A STKST
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4r9m !. taa I baa 4 star-
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snarly boo a. Ins a i.rgmm.pil.4, hand !
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toaa4 Trip SaMl rirrthM. t. T.klsl
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a. a. Wlllorhra III.OUS Mills J'in. 14.
m. m. Tahiti Oil', toa.i, sail. Jul IS.
a, a atoaaa 1u.m ton.i .. A us. I.
Hnd for r.mihl.L
rrrfna IHa.ilp i m. mt trmtmm. IA4.
Oriic: sit IsarK't sr.t, siuuuoa, or
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nokih rAiuic usAsssir rn.
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N.w and Fa.t 1 J.ai-l B( l iwn"
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Tba Saa rraaHav A lMtlaad . S. C.
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Auloe run d.'lr. l.liahtriil tup via
All.t.nr or th. Utt.n-k.sck rovita,
VV'ii. reaervallune to
U. MAITVV., Drala.