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THE MORNING OltEGONIAN. TUESDAY, JUNE ' 8, 1915..
WHITE SOX BLANKED
Boston Pulls Chicago Out of
GAME IS PITCHING DUEL
Pss, Weaver's Error and Thomas'
Hit Score Twice for Red Sox '
- and Help to End l'abcr'H
Series of Victories.
BOSTON, June 7. The Red Sox put
an end to Faber's string of victories
today, shutting out Chicago. 5 to 0.
As a. result, the White Sox dropped to
second place in the league standing-.
The game was a pitching: duel between
"Wood and Faber.
A base on balls, an error by Weaver
and Thomas' hit, which Quintan's mis
Judgment allowed to go for a triple,
counted twice lor Boston in the fifth.
Chicago filled the bases in the third,
when Wood fanned Breton for the third
The game was remarkably fast. Bob
by Wallace, former shortstop for St.
Louis, made his first appearance as an
is H O AEI B H O A K
Cuinlan.m 4 O 1 OHooper.r.. 4 0 100
Bchalk.c 4 O S 2 0i W'arner.2. 4 0 3 10
2 l uiGainer.m.. a o a o o
1 0 COiIjewu.l 3 0 1 4)0
1 8 0 0 Hobl'zeLl,!. 3 110 10
0 2 2 II Scott. 2 14 3 0
Breton. 3.. 3
'aber,p. . . 3 -
13 0 01
Gardner.3. 3 1 1 0
O 0 1 o
Thomas, c. 3 15 0 1
Wood. p. .. 2.0 1 4 0
O 0 2 0
Totals. 20 4 24 13 II Totals.. 27 4 27 10 1
Chicago 0 0 0 0 OO 0 0 0
Boston 0 0 0 2 0 1 0 x 3
Runs. Hoblltzell, Scott. Gardner. Three
base hit, Thomas. Stolen base. Weaver.
Double plays. Hoblitzell, Scott and Woods;
K. Collins, Weaver and Brief. Base on
balls. Faber 2. Wood 1. Hit by pitcher, J.
'oIllns. by Wood. Struck out, Faber 5.
Wood 3. - Time 1:28. Umpires, Evans and
Detroit 3, Xew York t2.
NKW TORK, June 7. Detroit took
the lead in the American League today,
winning in the ninth from the New
York Yankees, 3 to 2. Detroit tied
the score in the eighth inning on
Cobb's double, a wild pitch and an in
field out, and won in the ninth on a
pass to Young and singles by Coveles
kie and Bush. It was Kew York's fifth
straight defeat. Score:
Detroit I New York
Bush.s. .. I 2 a S 0 Maisel.S... 3 3 00
Vitt.S 5 O 1 1 0 I'-eckgh.s. 4 0 4 3 II
Cobb.m... 3 11 O O E.Cree.m.. 4 O 2 00
Crawfd.r. 5 1 a 0 OPipp.l 4 1 S O0
Veach.l... 3 2 3 0 OiCook.r 2 1 1 00
Kava'gh.l 4 0 lft 0 0 HarUeli.l. 3 1 3 0 0
Young.2.. 3 1 3 3 0 Mullen... 1 0 0 00
MeKee.c. 4 0 4 1 0Boone,2. .. 3 1 3 SI
Cov'skie.p 3 10 1 lSun'kew. 3 0 3 2 0
(Keating.p. 3 10 00
lUaldwell" 1 0 O 0 0
Totals. 33 Hi II Totals. 30Ez7 12
Batted for Hartzell in ninth; batted
for Keating in ninth.
Detroit 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 3
New York 0 1 0 1 0 O 0 0 0 2
Runs, Cobb 2, Young-, Pipp, Cook. Two
base hits, Pipp, Hartzell. Cobb. 6tolen bawl,
Cools 2, Boone 2. Double plays, Boone and
Pi ED. Base on balls, Keating 7, Coveleskie 6.
Struck out, Keating 3. Coveleskie 2. Wild
pitch, Keating. Umpires, O'Loughlin and
HHuebrand. Time, 1:57.
Washington 6, Cleveland 3.
WASHINGTON, June 7. Washington
kit Morton hard in the sixth and sev
enth innings today, forcing him to re
tire, and defeated Cleveland, 6 to 3.
Seven singles, a double, - three errors
and a sacrifice fly figured in the locals'
run getting. Boehling allowed the vis
itors four hits and three runs in the
first inning, but Gallia, who succeeded
him, pitched shutout ball. Score:
Cleveland t Washington
B H O AEI B H O AE
Lelbold.m 4 1 1 0 u.Moeller.r.. 3 o 0 00
Turner, 2.. 4
1 3 3 O, t ester, a. . 4 3
1 1 3 O.ShanUs.l. . 3 1
0 4 0
Smith. r... 4
Morton. p. 1
1 9 1 0 Milan. m. .
0 1-0 0 Uandil.l..
2 1 0 !' lorgarO.
112 OiHenrv.c. .
1 6 1 O McBrlde.s.
0 O lOiuallla.p...
o u o v:
Totals.. 80 9 24 15 of Totals. . .35 10 27 13 3
Batted for Jones in eighth.
Cleveland 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3
Washington 00000610 ti
Runs, Turner, Chapman, Wood, Foster.
Shanks 2, Milan, Ganail. Morgan. Two-base
hits. Wood, Shanks, Three-base hit, Gandll.
lilts, off Morton 10 in 6 innings, none out in
seventh; off Jones none in 1 Inning; off
Coumbe none in 1 inning; off Boehling 4 In
1 Inning; off Gallia 5 in 8 innings. Stolen
bases, Turner, Chapman. Smith, Double
plays, Milan to McBrido. Bases on balls off
iiorton 2, off Gallia 2. Struck out, by Mor
ton 0. by Gallia 4. Wild pitch, Gallia. Time,
1 :0o. Umpires, Chill and Connolly.
Philadelphia 1, St. Louis 4.
PHILADELPHIA, June 7 St. Louis
hit Shawkey hard in the fifth and
eighth innings today and defeated Phil
adelphia, 4 to 1. Lapp was the only
home player who could solve Ames'
delivery. He hit a triple, a double and
a single. Score:
St. Louis Philadelphia
B H O AEI B H O AE
Bhotton.l. 4 2 t 0 o,Murphy,r. . 4 i 4 0
a tl'Harry.s. .
2 1 Ojwalsh.m
O 2 0 0
Pratt. 2. ... 5
Lava n. s. -, 4
Jamcs.p. . 3
V v;mu ring,
12 0 0
0 10 0 0
0 0 0 -McInnis.l.
0 0 Lapo.e. .
2 0jMa!one.2.. 3
1 0,Lear,3. ...
t'Davies. . . 1
0 0 0
Totals. .34 12 27 7 01 Totals... 34 7 27 12
-tsatten ror jvopr in seventn.
Batted for Shawkey in eighth.
X Batted tor Lear in ninth.
Ft. Louis 0O0P20O2 0 4
Philadelphia 0 0 0 0 0 OO 0 1 1
Runs. Shotton. Austin, Kauffman. Lavan,
Oldring. Two-base hit. Lapp. Three-base
lt, Lapp. Stolen bases, Shotton, Austin.
Bases on balls, shawkev 2. V. Davla. Hits.
off Shawkey 12 in 8 innings; off W. Davis
rone in J inning. Hit by pitcher, by James
(Maionei, Dy w. uavn (jamesi. struck out,
by James 1, by Khawkey 4. umpires, Nailin
a no Lnneen. nmi, j:4(.
1 DD1K OATMAN. who w as a star mem
I ber of the Portland Ice Hockey team
last Winter, had a e-reat day playing
baseball with the St. Andrews nine. Kddla
wrtifled 23 tossers representing the John S.
Beall team in a 13-lnning game and allowed
but five hits. The St. Andrews team won,
6 to 5, and the game was played at Crystal
la)fs Park. Rodders caught for the win
Columbia University will journey to Mc
Minnville this mornine- to Dlav the McMJnn
-ille College aggregation. This is the third
game the teams have played this season.
Columbia won the first 5 to 4 and the second
5 to 1. Coach Cunningham will take along
his full strength to the Xamhlll County
Lapham was the whole show with the
Woodstock- Volunteer Fira Department team
azalnst the Bricklayers Sunday. He allowed
but two hits, which netted 4 scores. The
contest was played on the old Woodstock
grounds. The fireman won, 14 to 4. and the
fielding feature was put across by Third
baseman Halleck, of the winners.
Considerable surprise was caused in the
10-to-4 defeat of the Washington High
fuhoo by the Portland Academy squad on
Multnomah field on Saturday. Donald Mc
Cllntock. the twlrler for the Academy, had
Juet completed more than three hours of
strenuous tennis play when he put on his
baseball suit. MeClintock, with his team
mate William H. Lewi, won the doubles
tennis title of the Portland Interschoiastio
Leasue for the 1P15 campaign.
Washington High and Lincoln High are
slated to cross bats on Multnomah Field to
morrow afternoon. In order to keep in the
running for the bunting the Railsplitters
will iiavo to annex their fifth win of the
Peninsula Park walked on the Chinese
team, Zi to a, on the Cast Twelfth, and East
Davis streets grounds. Young and Barrett
opposed Henry and Jimmy for the- Chinese.
Arleta Grammar School won two games
last week. One was a 13-to-3 trimming
handed Woodmere and the other went 1 to
7 against the Portsmouth aggregation.
Arthur Rltlcr, a former Lincoln High
School athelete, is making a great hit with
the Jlarriman Club ball tossers. Arthur is
playing an infield position and holding his
ownith any of tho Portland amateurs from
both a lleldtng and hitting standpoint.
"Ricky" Lofstedt has been secured by
Manager Nolan to play with the Maccabees
for the uoming year. "Kicky" used to be
with the St. Mary's team, which claimed
tho 181.'; Independent champions of Port
land. Up until recently he was with the
Harrinran Club nine. Out-of-town games
arts wanted by the Maccabees because their
schedule is only partly tilled, owing to the
fact they started lato in the season. Call
Manager Nolan at Main 3817 after 6 o'clock
at night or write to him at 2a0 North Six
Barton scoured a 9-to-T victory from the
Union Dentists at Barton Sunday. The
toothpullers made 14 hits, but eight errors
behind "Doc" Whetstone allowed a win to
slip through him. The Portlanders are
rather sore" on the Barton team because
of the fact that all their expenses were not
paid' as agreed to, according to the locals.
On the other hand the Portland Newsboys
say they enjoyed themselves while at Bar
ton. The new Woodstock grounds saw the
Woodstock squad lose to the Taborslde ag
gregation, 8 to 7, Sunday.
R. H. E.
Taborslde (Majeski and Danley) . : . s 1 2
Woodstock (Sheep and Tolllnger).. . 7 8 3
Blumauer-Frank was shut eut by the
Crane & Co., 4 to 0, on the East Twelfth
and East Davis streets grounds.
B. & F. (Zwifel and Boight) " 7 3
Crane 4c Co, (Green and Headman). 4 7 8
The Bricklayers are in need of games.
Fourth of July 1s an open day. Write or call
J. Dorney. 408 Hancock street. East 40&7.
The Construction Department Ms leading
the Pacific Telephone Company Baseball
League with six wins and no- defeats. Three
teams, Traffis, East and Installation, are
tied for seoond. Commercial is in third place
and Main is last.
As it Is almost all the real stars of the
Portland Interscholastic League have sent
word to Manager Martin W. Hawkins that
they would be on hand to compete in the
events Friday. This means that the best
Inter-collegiate, club and high school ath
letes will be lined up to the mark.
Next Sunday will be the last Sunday for
two weeks in which the City Leaguers will
play outside of the Vaughn-street grounds.
Secretary Harry M. Grayson, of the Port
land City League, has not decided yet just
who will be pitted against each other next
WAR STOCKS ARESTRONG
MOTOR SPECIALTIES ALSO RISE
SHARPLY IN WALL STREET.
Canadian Pacific Declines In Face of
Advance In London Market Coppers
Add to Reserve Gains.
NEW YORK. June 7. Renewed manipula
tion in the war and motor specialties and an
abrupt decline in Canadian Pacific were the
contrasting features of today m professional
and irregular market. General Electric ad
vanced 4 V, ooints to lOSU. its highest price
in several years, and General Motors gained
5, selling at 157, a new high record. Bethle-
nem bteei came xorwara in tne last nour,
rising 9 Vs to 158, or within a point of Its
best quotation mad exactly a month ago.
Tne decline in Canadian Paclllc, wnicn
fell 4 points to 14ft. Its minimum quota
tion since 1908, when it was on a 7 per cent
basis as against the current 10 per cent,
tended to undermine the entire list for a
time. Its weakness was the more inex
plicable from the tact that it rose over 3
points In London and gainea over a point
in the initial local dealings. According to
gossip on the exchange Canadian . Pacific
was sold here for Amsterdam account, the
latter presumably representing German in
terests. There were reports that the British
government intended to take over some of
the railway s shops zor tho manufacture 01
Conoers again were the strongest indi
vidual group. Amalgamated adding to its
recent gain on the successful dissolution of
the company, togetner witn iirmness in tne
etal market, where tne quotation raiea at
la'i cents. United States Steel rose and
fell within a point range.
More gold was received from Canada, nut
exchange markets were featureless.
Western advices were less optimistic gen
eral railway traffic, however. Is well up to
the corresDOnaing perioa oc last year.
Bonds were steady, with some Increase of
"future" selling. Total sales, par value, ag
gregated $1,732,000. United States bonds
were unchanged on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Sales. Hish. Low. Did.
Alaska Gold 3.1XJ0 3014 35 35
Amal Copper... 2S.80O 75 T 744, 74j
Am Beet Suear. 1.300 48 4" '4 47
American can.. 19.4(H) 42 40H, 40
Am Sm & Refg. 2U0 5j 3-i4
do pfd 106
Am Sug Refs... l.n0 10O 108 107
Am Tel & Tel.. 81,000 122 122Vi 3'-'2
Amer Tobacco.. 300 22"i 22.1 225
Anaconda Min.. 30.400 36 3314 35 Ti
Atchison 400 101 101 101
Bait & Ohio 0
Br Ran Transit. 1.000 .90 89 SO 14
Cal Petroleum.. 500 18 15
Canad Pacific. H,sw l.4 iwt Joiy
Cent Leather... 1.500 3! 38 38
Ches & Ohio... 800 40 SS .40
Chi Gr West 11
Chi Mi! & St P. 1,600 91 00 ii 9014
Chi & N W : 121
Chino Copper... 2,20- 41 H S0H .. 30T4
Colo F & Iron.. 2.200 S1H SOH 30i
Colo & South 28
DIst Securities.. 7,700 224 20 22,
Erie 2.5O0 2rt-? 2 26
Gen Electric 8.900 1S 1G4 16
Gr North Pfd. . . 700 118 11S US1
Gr Nor Ore ctfs. 1.700 34 33 34
Guggenheim Ex. 2,500 64 63 01!
Illinois Central ' 106
Inter-Met pfd... 400 73 72 72
Inspiration .-Cop. 5,000 32 olTi 32
Inter Harvester , 102
K C Southern.. 1.700 26 2r, 25
Lehigh Valley.. 70O 144 143 144
Louis & Nash.. 200 117 117 117
Met Petroleum. 8.B00 76 75 75
Miami Copper... 2.200 2T 2i 28
M K T 7M J I 11 J 1 14
Miouri Pacific. 2.BOO 11 11 11
Nat'l Biscuit ' 117
TCafI Lead 900 4 64 64
Nevada Cop 1,300 Id 15 1374
N 'Y Central fw Sli H7 87
N Y, N H & H. 1,000 05 64 64
Nor & Western 103
North Pacific. 1.50O 106 -0. 100
Pacific Mail 600 25 24 24
Pan Tel & Tel 31
Pennsylvania .. 400 107 100 1)6
Pull Pal Car 150
Ray Cons Cop.. 3. 00 24 24 24
Reading IK.K00 14 144 l-
Rep Iron & St.. 1.600 2U 28 20
ttock Isl CO
KtL&SF' 2d pfd 5
South Pacific... 3.S00 sn; ssi ss
soutn rcy -ii n-i jovs i vj
Tennessee Cop.. 1.S0O 35 35 35
Union Pacific. 7.900 12S 327 127
union pac pta so
U 6 Steel 72.200 . 60 r G0';
do ofd I.300 11 0i irn 110
Utah Copper 12.SOO 70 69'4 69
waDasn pro..., 4'.io
Western Union.. 700 7 66 67
Westing Elec... 20.000 OS 96i 96
Total sales lor tne aay, -syn.uuv snares.
TJ S Ref 2s. res. 97 tv Y C G 3s. b 79
do coupon.... 97 JNor Pac 3a..... 63
J S 3s, reg 100 do 4s 91
do coupon 100 So Pao 4s. bid.. 81
u w 4s, reg.. iu ao conv ;s... itif
do coupon 110!Union Pao 4s 96
Money, Exchange, Ktc.
NEW YORK. June 7. Mercantile paper,
3 a 4 per rent.
Sterling, C0-di:y bills, $4.7500; demand,
.ouu; caDie, ii.j'j.
Bar silver. 40c,
Mexican dollars. 39c.
Government bonds and railroad bonds
Tfme loans steady; high 2 ner cent, low
1 per cent, ruling rate 2 per cent; last
loan z per cent, closing bid 1 per cent,
offered at S per rent.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 7.Draft-r. sight
ui: no. iciegrapn, o.i. sterling, oo-days,
$4.76: demand. 4.78 : cable. 4.7n4.
LONDON. June 7. Bar silver 2:;d per
ounce. Money 1 9 per cent. Discount
rates Short bills 2 per cent; three months
Stocks Steady at London.
LONDON. June 7. American securities
opened slightly unaer parity. Later Amal
gamated Copper was firm, but Canadian Pa
cific reacted and became dull. The closing
South Carolina last r produced min
erals valued at 1,464,150.
FLOUR PRICES CUT
Twenty-Cent Reduction in Lo-
cal Millers' Lists.
WHEAT DECLINE FOLLOWED
Portland Market Is Now One Dollar
Per Barrel Cheaper Than Four
Months Ago Mill Peed
A decline of 20 cents a barrel in the price
ef flour was announced by millers yester
day, to take effect this morning. The new
quotation on patents will be 38.20. The
market la now a full dollar under the top
price of the season, which was reached on
February 6, when wheat was selling at the
highest prices of the season. The new flour
quotation eqnals that of the last week In
December. The prices now ruling are those
that were in effect in January, 1910, and
in May, 1909.
The course of the flour market is closely
following the action of wheat. Puget Sound
millers made a similar cut in their flour
prices yesterday morning. Mill feed is hold
ing steady, particularly bran.
There was nothing doing in wheat at the
Exchange yesterday. Bids were reduced
from 1 to 6 cents on the various grades and
deliveries, and asking prices were also low
ered. Spot bluestem was offered for sale
at $1.01. July bluestem and July fortyfold at
SI, and other wheat at 85 to 99 cents, but
demand was lacking.
Bids for oats were reduced SO cents to
$1.00, but barley was steady.
World's shipments of wheat for the week
were 11.076,000 bushels. Quantities on pas
sage increased during the week 16,000 bush
els. Foreign crop conditions are summarized
by Broomhall as follows:
United Kingdom. The weather continues
unfavorable, being wet, and the low tem
peratures check growth. 1
France Weather is unfavorable and back
ward in parts In the district of Nants the
plant Is forward.
Russia Weather and crop advices are
generally favorable. Private advices as re
ceived here state that growers are holding
fair quantities, but not offering.
Roumania, Bulgaria and Hungary Ac
cording to official statements, the crop out
look is favorable. Rain is wanted.
Italy. The crop condition is officially re
ported as medium to good. The forecast Is
for a yield over, that of last year.
Spain The weather is seasonable and the
general outlook favorable.
North Africa Harvest expectations are
excellent. Official permission bas been
given for the exportation of some barley and
India. Wheat offerings are larger and
prices lower. Weather favorable for the
movement but too dry for agricultural pur
suit. Australia. Scattered showers are reported
and recent rainfall good.
Terminal receipts, in cars, were reported
by the Merchant's Exchange as follows:
Wheat. Barley. Flour. Oats. Hay.
Portland, Mon 54 ... . 2 2 3
Year ago 20 8 17 10 14
S-son to date. 16.223 1903 1867 1975 2054
Year ago 15,633 2727 27U4 16HO 2724
Tacoma. Sat.. 10 1 2 11
l ear ago ... 21 1.... 6
S'son to date. 9.009 614 608 3161
Year ago . . . 9.048 834 .... 4S0 2474
Seattle, Sat... 9 .... . 7 1 3
Year ago 1 9 4 10
S'son to date. 7.764 1116 2317 1230 -5650
Year ago . . . C.804 1150 2102 1294 0008
CAR OP WATERMELONS DUE FRIDAY
Cantaloupes Will Be in Regular Supply
From Now On.
The half car of Brawley cantaloupes due
yesterday will not arrive until Wednesday,
but another car came in, and they were
quoted at $4.755.25. After the middle of
the week there 'Will be a regular supply of
cantaloupes on the market for the remainder
of the season.
The first car of watermelons will arrive
from Coachella Friday morning.
A full car of deciduous fruits, consisting
ef peaches, - plums and apricots, was made
up at Sacramento and started for Portland
The strawberry market was firm at $1.30
1.50. The indications are that the local
season will wind up quickly. Cherries were
in god supply but the demand was light.
The - first straight car of California red
onions will arrive today. They will be of
fered at $1.75 a sack.
OKEGOX HOPS ON STEAMER IN RUM.
Eight Hondred Bales from This State on
There were 4306 bales of Pacific Coast
hops on the British steamer Inkum, which
was sunk by a German submarine's torpedo
off the coast of England last Friday morn
ing. Eight hundred bales of the cargo con
sisted of Oregon hops, 1000 bales of Wash
ington hops, and there were 2300 bales from
California. The shippers of Oregon hops
were James Pincus, of Tacoma, who had 404
bales on board the ill-fated steamer; H. L.
Hart, of this city, had 206 bales, and Louis
Lachmund, of Salem, 190 bales.
The loss of these hops has as yet had no
effect on the market at this end. Cable
offers have been made to English dealers to
replace the quantities that went down, but
the offers met with no response. The losses
fall on the English Importers.
LONDON ICR SALE NOT TO BE HELD.
Dealers Realize Annual June Auction Would
The fur merchants and manufacturers of
London at a meeting held May 12 determined
that the annual June publio fur sale would,
if held this year, be detrimental to their
trado end therefore resolved to abandon
The chief reasons given by merchants
and manufacturers for this action are the
great difficulty experienced in getting suf
ficient skilled labor to dress the skins, and
the consequent difficulty which merchants
and manufacturers had and have la getting
goods ready for the market, and the present
condition -of the trade generally owing to
the absence of foreign buyers.
It was also stated that buyers have trouble
in making financial arrangements to carry
on their work so that if a large quantity
of furs should be thrown on the market
at the June sales It is doubtful whether
even the low prices which prevailed at the
March sale could be realized.
One of the largest firms of fur auctioneers
in London urged tnat the sale be held, stat
ing that while the trade, because of the
above difficulties, might not be able to
absorb large quantities of furs, it .was
understood that important orders were be
ing received from Russia and that America
was showing Interest in certain kinds ot
furs. Notwithstanding this opinion the res
olution was pawed by a large majority. It
was reported at the meeting that the Union
of French Furriers is also opposed to sales
at the present time.
SABA MILL ON FULL FORCE.
Enough Timber On Rand to Keep Plant
Running for Two Years.
RIDGEFIEf.D. Wash., June 7. (Special.)
The sawmill belonging to the Allen ss
Ryan Lumber Company, at Sara, about six
miles southeast of . Ridgefield, la running
full force and has orriera that will require
until Fall to fill. They may continue to
operate during the Winter. This mm al
though not a large one, employs about
20 men and about 16 in the logging camp
The logging railroad, over which ship
ments are sent from the mill at Sara to
the Knapps station on the main line of the
Northern Pacific railroad for their destina
tions, employs a number of men. Enough
timber is available close by to keep them
running for about two years. The capacity
of this mill is about 80,000 feet every 10
Dairy Produce Market is Slow.
No changes were made In dairy produce
prices yesterday. Butter was slow and weak.
The egg market continues easy with Front
street dealers quoting 18, 18 and 19 cents
case count, .
Country dressed meats were in light sup
ply and the market was firm at Saturday's
prices. The little poultry on hand was Blow
FlirLXTTTN ES V'SE AMERICAN APPLES.
Demand Per Fruit From This Side is Stead-
The demand for American apples in the
Philippines Is steadily on the increase. The
sams thing la true of many other fresB
fruits produced outside the islands, writes
J. F. Boomer, of Manila. In view of the
great cost of imported fresh fruits, ss com
pared with localiy-grown fruits, the In
creased importations of fresh fruits during
the last three years Is worthy of note. Im
ports -of apples totaled 587.214 kilos el kilo
equals 2.2 pounds! in 1912, 941.770 kilos In
1913, and 1,125.922 kilos In 1J114.
A clue to this rapidly lncreaMng consump
tion nr Im nor ted fruits Is found in compar
ing the Increase in quantity Imported with
tne increase in ma luibi values. r ur 1 '
year comoareil the values run $36,990.
$52,499, and $63,324. This gradual lower
ing of tne price on tne imporxea iruus to
the consumers, together with the increas
ing familiarity with Imported fruits by the
people, promises to still further enlarge the
market for fresh fruit from the temperate
zone. Most of the apples imported come
from America, -though some are brought
from Japan and. from Australia.
CHKHALIS HAS MORE LOGS.
Assessor Reports 310 Donkey Engines In
County's Logging Camps.
HOQUIAM, Wash.. June 7. (Special.)
According to the assessor's figures for Che
halis County, there are more logs but less
lumber this year than the record shows
for last year.
A total or 340 aonkey engines were xonna
in Chehalis County logging camps. One
concern, the Poison Logging Company, of
this city, has 42 of these engines, besides
some 14 locomotives. This company slso
has about 75 miles of logging railroad, in
cluding main line and branchea
1 nis year tne assessor nas touna 4J.utn,uu
feet of logs against 2,00,0X) feet last year;
and there Is a total of 97,000,000 feet ot
lumber against 107,700.000 feet last year.
ARKET PAGE ..J..
Advance In Lead Prices.
Another quarter cent advance in white
lead, red lead and litharge quotations was
annonnced yesterday. The, new price of Pio
neer white lead in ton lots is 8 cents. Red
lead and litharge in ton lots are quoted at
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as xoiiows:
Portland $1,728,455 $184,s:t4
Seattle 2.19S.03S 240,998
Tacoma 401,780 72,661
Spokane 751,132 52,422
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc.
Merchants' Exchange, noon session.
Bluestem S .98 $1.01
Fortyfold 97 .99
Club - 95 .98
Red fife l 7
Red Russian .................. .90 .95
No. 1 white feed 24.00 25.00
No. 1 feed ., 22.00 22.75
Bran 25.00 26 50
Shorts 24.00 26.0U
July bluestem 91 3.O0
July fortyfold n l.0
July club 91 .98
July red fife SO .97
Julv red Russian 85 .95
Julv oats 23.O0 25.00
July barley 20.50 22.75
July bran j 25.50 26.O0
FLOUR ;Fatents. .?0 a barrel; straights,
$5.7: whole wheat. $6.06: graham. $5.80.
MILLFEED Spot prices! Bran, I27'9
$27.50 per ton: shorts, $28 28.50; rolled bar
lev. 2H 50 26.50.
CORN Whole. $35 per ton; cracked, $36
HAY- Eastern Oreron timothy, $15fr16:
Volley timothy. $12W12.nO; grain hay, $10
$12; alfalfa, $12.50813.50.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges, navels,
$2.50?!1S.fi0 per box; Mediterranean sweets,
$2.50152.75: lemons, S3.C05 per box; ba
nanas, 4'iSi5o per riound; grapefruit, $4.50
&5.f: pineapples, fl(S7e per pound,
VEGETABLES Cucumbers, Oregon, 40
75c per dozen: artichokes. 75c per dozen; to
matoes, $5 per crate; cabbage, 3Cf2c per
pound; celery, $3.00 per crate; head lettuce,
$131.15 per crate: spinach, 5c per pound:
rhubarb, 1& 2c per pound; pees, 67o
per pound: beans, r7c per pound; cauli
flower, $1.25 per crate.
GREEN FRUITS Strawberries, Oregon,
1.30il.B per crate; apples. $1.502.50 box:
cranberries. $1 lot) 12 per barrel: cherries. 3sa
8c per pound; gooseberries. 24Mc per pound:
cantaloupes. $4.75f5.25 per crate.
POTATOES Old. $1.80192 per sack; new,
2 ft 3c per pound.
ONTONS Yellow, $11.5: white, $1.75:
red, $1.75 per srtrk.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots. $11.50
per sack; beets, $1.50 per sack; turnips, $1.35
n Dairy and Country Produce.
Local jobbing quotations;
EGGS Fresh Oregon ranch, case count,
18fi19c: candled 20i;21c per dozen.
POULTRY Hens. 12c; broilers, 18W24e;
turkeys, dressed, 2224e: live, 1613c:
ducks, old. 0410c; geese, 8 9c.
BUTTER Creamery, prints, extras, 27c
per pound: cubes, 21 23c.
CHEESE Oregon triplets. Jobbers' buying
price, 13 c per pound f. o. b. dock. Port
land; Young Americas. 1 4 c per pound.
VEAL Fancy, 9(fi10c per pound -
PORK Block, 1010c per pound.
Local lobbing quotations:
SALMON Columbia River one-pound tails.
$2.30 per dozen: half-pound flats, $1.50; one
pound flats, $2.50; Alaska pink, one-pound
HONEY Choice, S3.25 per case.
NUTS Walnuts, 15-24c per pound; Bra
zil nuts, 35c: filberts, 14(fr24c: almonds. 19
Gy22c: peanuts. 6c; eocoanuts, $1 per dos. ;
pecans, 19(20c: chestnuts, 30c.
BEANS Small white. 6c: large white, 6c;
Lima. 6c: bayou, 6c.
COFFEE Roasted, in drums, S1j?33e.
SUGAR Fruit and berry, $6.90; beet,
86.70; extra C, $6.40; powdered in barrels,
$7.15: cubes, barrels. $7.30.
SALT Granulated, $15.5 per ton; half
ground, 100s. $10.75 per ton; 60s, $11.50 per
ton: dairy. $14 per ton.
RICE Southern head. 6?6c; broken.
4c per pound: Japan style. 5J?514c
DRIED FRUITS Apples, 8c per ponnd:
apricots. 33S15c: peaches, 8c: prunes. Ital
ians. 8f 9e: raisins, loose Muscatels. 8c: un
bleached Sultanas. 7c; seeded, 9c; dates,
Persian. 30c per pound; fard. $1.83 per box;
Hops, Wool. Rides, Etc.
HOPS 3914 crop, 10llc: contracts, 10
lle per pound.
HIDES Salted hides, 14c; salted kip,
15e; salted calf, 38c; green hides, 13c green
kip, 14e; green calf. lSe: dry hides, 24c; dry
WOOL Eastern Oregon, medium. 25e;
Eastern Oregon, fine, 1820c; Valley, 25
MOHAIR New clip, 30r31e per pound.
CAKCARA BARK Old and new, 44c
PELTS Dry lonc-wooled pelts. 14c; dry
short-wooled pelts. 10c: dry shearlings, each.
10?rl5c: salted shearlings, each, 1525c; dry
roat. long hair, each, 13c: dry goat, shear
lings, each, 10-S20c; salted long-wool pelts.
May, $1 M2 each.
GRAIN BAGS Nomlnaal, 77c.
HAMS AH sizes, 17B18c; skinned,
17ise: picnics. 12c; cottage roll. 15c;
BACON Fancy. 26 0 28c; standard, 22 jf
:Cc; choice, 17ft:lc; strips, 17c.
DRY SALT Short, clear backs. 12U15c:
exports. 14iec: plates. Ilil2c.
LARD Tierce basis; kettle rendered. 34c;
standard, 12c; compSund, 8c.
BARREL GOODS Mess beef, $24: . plate
beef. $23: brisket pork, $;R.!tO; pickled pork
feet, $12.5.0; tripe. $9.50i311.B0; torfgues, $30.
KEROSENE Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons. 10c; special drums or bar
rels, 13c; cases. 17'20c.
GASOLINE Bulk. 12e; cases, 39e: engine
distillate, drums, 7c; cases, 7o: naphtha,
drums. 11c; cases, 18c.
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels, 77cr raw.
cases, S2c; boiled, barrels, 79c; boiled, cases.
TURPENTINE In tanks, 61c: in esses.
68c; 10-case lots, lc less.
Ashlaud CI lurch Gets Hector.
ASHLAND, Or.. June 7. (Special.)
Trmity Episcopal Church, which had
been without a rector for the past six
months, has a new one In the person
of Rev. P. K. Hammond, - recently of
Oregon City. He arrived here with his
family June 4. and begran his pastorate
the following Sunday.
The English spsrrow, thought to be a-clty
bird, is found on the farms of the northeast
ern part of the United States to the extent
of five pairs on each farm.
STOCK SUPPLY LESS
Receipts at Local Yards Are
MARKET IN GOOD SHAPE
Choice IIogr9 Sell at $8.10, or Dime
Better Than Top Price or Last
AYeek Other Lines Are
There was the smallest run at the stock
yards for a Monday In many months. The
falling off in cattle receipts was especially
noticeable. Hog liquidation continues on a
good scale, but sheep arrivals were light.
The hog market was firm and other lines
Very little business was done in the cattle
division. A few good steers sold at $7.70
and $7.0 aud a load of good cows brought
$6.50. A good many of the offerings of
butcher cattle were of poor grade.
One load of choice light hogs brought
$S.10, a dime better than last week's price,
and another load sold at tS.Oo, but the bulk
of the business was done at $s.
Tho sheep market was also rather in
active. Yearlings brought $5.50 and $5.75
and a few lambs went at $7.75.
Receipts were 138 cattle, 25 calves, 2865
bogs and 365 sheep. Shippers were:
With cattle William Klmple, CaldwelL
With bogs J. M. Main, Towal, 2 cars;
Fred Cool. Weiser. 3 cars: W. B. Kurtz.
Maupln, 3 cars; William Evans, Pilot Rock,
2 cars: the remainder with 1 car each: B. i
Collier, Washtucna: Dallas Dressed Meat
Co., The Dalles; W. H. Harris, Shaniko;
E. H. Dooley, Montura; Ed Beek, Notua;
L. L. Miller, Nampa; Charles Schutz, Adams;
T. E. Bunnell, Enterprise; H. A. Waterman,
Hermlston: A, L. DeMaris. Milton; K. J.
Greener, Roblnatte; Kiddle Bros., Union
Junction: Elgin Forwarding Co., Wallowa.
With sheep J. F. Johnson, Roosevelt, 1
With mixed loads 1 car cattle and hogs
each J. E. Proffitt, Dayton; C. T. White,
Gwendolyn; J. M. Taylor, Bourgon; M.
Dukek. Condon: J. D. Walters. Prescott; T.
H. Morolock, Molalla. With cattle and
calves F. W. McReynolds, Sheridan, 3 cars;
Caldwell Co-Operative Creamery Co., Cald
well, I car. Others G. T. Higglnbotham,
Echo, 2 cars hogs and sheep; Elgin For
warding Co.. Joseph. 1 car hogs and ahoep;
Z. A. French, Airiie, 1 car cattle, calves and
hogs; D. McGllI, Ontario, 1 car cattle, calves
The day's sales were as follows:
Wt. Price. I Wt Price.
1 cow .
1 cow .
1 cow .
2 cows ,
1 cow .
1 cow .
1 cow .
1 cow .
1 cow .
1 cow .
1 cow .
1 cow .
5 hog. .
20 hogs ,
Id hogs ,
6 hogs ,
77 hogs ,
3 hogs .
10 hogs ,
92 hogs .
1 hog .,
69 hogs ,
1 hog .
81 hogs .
2 hogs .
1 hog .
64 hogs .
S3 hogs .
10 hogs .
1 cow ..
1 oow .
1 cow .
1 cow .
1 cow .
17 cows ,
.1242 $7.7lH 1 bull 1360 $4
4.0Oji; y. weth'rs S2
2.00,129 y. weth'rs 83
. .. 870
. .. 840
. .. 750
. .. 700
. .. 950
. . 200
. . 173
. . 204
. . 280
. .- 885
. . 20O
. . 162
. .. 240
. . 165
. . 930
4 lambs . . 52
8 lambs . . 63
21 yearlings . 93
.170 0 5.00
8.00 93 hogs
7.001 9 hogs
7.85' 5 hogs
7. 0 43 hogs
7.4oJ 39 hogs . .
, .. 130
. . 270
, .. 21)0
. .. 210
. .. 156
. .. 205
. .. 290
. .. 183
. .. 200
. . 960
s!75j 75 hogs
7.50; 2 hogs
1 hog .
5.751 20 hogs
1 calf ....
6.751 1 heifer
6.30J 1 cow .
,5.00i 1 cow .
1 bull 1780
1 bull L-02O 4.75
1 cow .
1 bull 1S60 4.00
. ., 1S3
Prices current at the local stockyards on
the various . classes of stock:
Best steers $7.307.65
Medium steers .
Choice cows . . .
Sheared ewes . .
6.3.-. 4i 6.60
5. 0O411 7.0 0
3.50 r,x 5.00
Full wools $1 high
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA. Jum 7. Hogs Receipts 76O0,
higher. Heavy, $7.35j; 7.00: light, $7.45S
7.55: pigs, $6.75 7.50; bulk of sales,. $7.40
Cattle Receipts 37O0. steady. Native
steers, $7.75&9; cows and heifers, $6
7.75; Western steers, $6.3O(fifS.30; Texas
steers, $6 fa-7.30: cows and heifors, $5.85 (0
7.65: calves. $8 10.
Sheep Receipts 2200. higher. Yearlings,
$7r.iS; wethers. $5.70(8)6.50; lambs, $9.50$
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO, June 7. Hogs Receipts 34,000,
slow, shade under Saturday's average. Bulk,
$7.60'7.65; light, $7.40(317.72; mixed,
$7.35 &7.70: heavy. $7.008i7.65; rough, $7.05
$ij7.2i; pigs. $5.75 (ft 7.40.
Cattle Receipts 17.000. weak. Native beef
steers $6. 75 9 30; Western steers, $6.S0r
8.05; cows and heifers. $3. 20&8 5: calves,
$7.50 (a 10.25.
ghoep Receipts 10.000. steady. .Sheep,
$6.40& 7.20; lambs. $7.7510.75.
TRADE Ifl FOOD GAINS
EXPORTS OF MANIFACTIRKS SHOW
American Foreign Commerce Increases
With Europe Alone England
Is Largest Buyer.
WASHINGTON, June 7. "Despite the so
called war orders," says an ofiicial analysis
of foreign trade issued today by the De
partment of Commerce, "the exports of
manufactures of all kinds, other than food
stuffs have been less than in the similur
period before the war."
The statement refers to the foreign trade
for the 10 months eDded in April, which
shows a trade balance of almost a billion
"The normal sales of manufactures during
peace." the statement snys, "were greater
than those under existing war conditioua
Because of this fact, and the extraordinary
shrinking of exports of crude materials, it
is fuund that the net Increase in our total
exports has been wholly In looustutis, '
"One of the Outstanding features of the
analvsls is that more than $4fi,U0u,UU0 worth
of horses and almost $10,ooo,oou worth of
mules have bceu fed to the battlefields. Ten
million dollars worth were sent to Europe
in April alone.
In Europe alone of the world's grand divi
sions, has American foreign trade increased.
European nations took $287,000,000 more
of American goods during the 10 months,
than during the same period the previous
vear. North American nations took $05, 000.
00O less; South American nations. $83,000,
00O less; Astatic nations $8. Ooo, 000 less; Afri
can countries W0,000 iess ,aiul Oceania
countries $9,200,000 less.
Great Britain took $204,800,000 more dur
ing the period than in the previous year's
period; France $1:43.000.000 more; Italy $04,
000,000 more: Sweden $09.i00,0oo more;
Netherlands $29,400,000 more, and Norway
Exoorts to Germany showed $290,000,000
decrease. Austria-Hungary, $18,000,000 de
crease and Belgium $34,200,000 decrease.
LONDON, June 7. 4:06 P. M. The Board
of Trade report for the month of May shows
imports into the British Isles of 71.604.40o
against 0U.!O.0OO tn May last year. Ex
ports were 39.618,000, compared w4tli 42,
001.000 last year.
The value of exports was the greatest of
any month since the war began.
Increase in the value of Imports was tue
largely to gains in food, drink aud tobacco,
amounting to 8,116,000; cotton X 2,737,000.
Manufactured iron and steel decreased 729.-
000. Other metals and their manufactures
Increased 1,62. 000.
Largest decreases In exnorts were S2.220.-
000 in manufactured cotton, 1,006.000 in
machinery. 898,000 In .coal and coke, ana
842.000.000 in iron, steel and the manu
European Grain Markets.
LIVERPOOL. June 7. Cash wheat. ld
to 2d lower. Corn unchanged to Id lower.
June 7. Wheat and flour un-
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. June 7. July wheat
dropped 7 cents here early today, due to
peace rumors from Canada. Heavy foreign
selling at Winnipeg started the decline. The
option opened at l.o314 and soon dropped
to $1.26. Closing prices; wheat, July, $1.29:
tteptemoer, i.us; is o. 1 nara, i.i; iso. 1
Northern. $1.29 & 1.36 ; No. 2 Northern,
$1.2 ih) 1.83.
.Barley, utsSI'Tlc. lax, $1.80 1.82 .
Wheat Slumps at Duluth.
DULTTTH. Minn.. June 7. Julv wheat
dropped 9 cents to $1.24 on the local market
today. The excitement was due to re-selling
by exporters at Winnipeg on tho Dardanelles
news. A rise 01 1 cents followed.
Eastern Grain Markets.
KANSAS CITY, June 7. Wheat closed
July $1.06 bid. September $1.03 asked.
December $1.05- asked.
DULUTH. June 7 Wheat closed - July
$1.25, September $1.10, December $1.10.
WINNIPEG, June 7. Wheat closed July
$1.29 bid. October $1.10 bid. Decem
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 7. Spot quota
tions: Walla, $1.8001.85; red Russian, $1.70
A 1.75: Turkey red, $l.S5Sr 1.90; biuestem,
$1.851.90: feed barley. S1.05M 1.07 ; white
oats, $1.55(&1.60; bran, $26.50(ir27; mid
dlings, $32i33: shorts. $29 29.00. . Call
board: Barley, December. $1.15.
Puget Sound Grain Markets. -SEATTLE.
June 7. Wheat Bluestem,
97c; fortyfold, 00c; club, 94c; fife, 92c; red
Russlsn. 92c. Yesterday's car receipts
Wheat, 9; oata, 1; corn. 1; hay, 3; flour, 7.
TACOMA, Juna 7. Wheat Bluestem,
$1.031.05; fortyfold, $11.03; club, 9Sc
$1.02; red Russian, 05c; red fife, 98c $ I.
Car receipts Wheat, 10; barley, 1; corn, 3;
oats, 2; hay, 11.
SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE MARKETS
Prices Current In tho Bay City on EYuits,
SAN FRANCISCO, June 7. Butter Fresh
extras, 24c; prime firsts, 23c.
Eggs Fresh extras. 22c; selected pul
Cheese New, 8 lie; Young Americas,
12c; Oresons, 13il4c.
Vegetables Asparagus. 7o$1.50; peas,
75c&($l.&0; cucumbers, 0O75c; string and
wax beans, l3c; Summer squash, 20 40c
Onions California, 65c 85c; Oregon, 80
Fruit Lemons, $24: Mexican limes, $5.50
T$6; grapefruit. $2.&2.75; oranges. $1.75
&'2.75; apples, California pippins, $t.uou'-;
new-crop apples, 50cf$l; bananas, Ha
waiian, $1.30 'a 1.75; pineapples Hawaiian,
4 4i3c per pound.
Potatoes Eastern. $1.501-6S; Oregon,
$1.80lu2; new, $1. 25191.75.
Receipts Flour, 11,020 quarters; barley,
300 centals; potatoes, 7605 sacks; hay, 802
NEW YORK, June 7. The market for cof
fee futures opened at an advance of 3 to 6
points and sold about 5 to 10 points net
higher during the middle of the day on
covering and a littfca trade buying, which ap
peared to be inspired by the firm ruling of
Brazil and the strengthening statistics. The
demand, however, was by no means active
or general, and prices later eased off slightly
under realizing, with the close showing a
net advance of 1 to 8 points. Sales, 13.000
bags. June, 5.75c; July, 6.83c; August, C.S4c;
September, 6.84c; October, 6.84c; November,
6.84c; December. 6.84c; January,-6.M)c; Feb
ruary, 6.83c; March. 6.9Sc; April, 7.03c; May,
Spot steady. Rio No. 7, 7.c Santos No.
A fair business was reported in the cost
and freight market for both prompt and
forward shipment at somewhat higher
prices. Quotations of the future shipments
of Santos 4s ranged from about 8.90o to
9.50c and from 9c to 9c for 8s artd 4s
prompt shipment. Rio 7s were offered at
Milrels prices In Brazil were 75 to 100 rols
higher. Rio exchange uncnangeu.
SAVANNAH. Ga., " June 7. Turpentine
firm, 39439c. Sales, 380 barrels: re
ceipts, 291 barrels; shipments, 8 barrels;
stock, 34,715 barrels.
Rosin firm. Sales. 1S02 barrels; receipts,
1017 barrels: shipments, 80 barrels; stocks,
58,064 barrels. Quote: A, B, $2.702.80; C
D $2 85j!.95: E, $2.95(ji3; F. $3.02 3 3.10;
G H $3.003.10; I. $3.15t3.27; K, $3.45
3.55: M. $4; N, $5 05.05; WG, $5.65; WW,
$3.73. . .
NEW YORK, June 7. Copper firm: elec
The New York Metal Exchange quotes tin
quiet. Five ton lota $33.75 39.20.
Iron steady. No. 1 Northern $14.50ff15;
No 2 $14.2514.73: No. 1 Southern $14
14.50: No. 2. $13.75 14.25. .
The Metal Exchange . quoted lead 5. j0
Spelter not quo tod.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK, June 7. Evaporated apples
Prunes firm. California, 410c; Ore
gors, 8(& 9c.
Peaches steady. Choice, 45c; extra
choice, 5y5c; fancy. &6c.
Hops, Etc., at New York.
NEW YORK. June 7. Hops, quiet: state
common to choice. 1914, 10013 cents; Pa
cific Coast. 1914, 10 13c: 1013. SSPlOc.
Hides, steady; Bogotas, 31c: Central Amer
Wool, steady; domestic fleece, 3vN Ohio,
32 33c. J
Amalgamated Votes to Dissolve.
NEW YORK, June 7. By more than a
two-thirds vote, stockholders of the Amalga
mated Copper Company today ratified the
plan of the directors to dissolve. Amalga
mated ceased some time ago to be more
than a holding company, hr.vlng turned Its
active operations over to the Anaconda Cop
per Mining Company, which it controls
through stock ownership.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK, June 7. Raw sugar easy.
Centrifugol $4.89; molasses, $4.12. Refined
steady. Cut loaf $7.0O; crushed, $6.90;
mould "A" 86.05; cubes. $6.35; powdered,
$6.20; fine granulated, $6.10; diamond A,
$6.10; confectioners A, $6rNo. 1, $5.85."
Chicago Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO, Juno 7. Butter steady. Cream
Eggs steady. Receipts 21.843 cases, at
mark, cases included. 16(f17c; ordinary
firsts, 16itfl6c; firsts, 17frl7c.
NEW YORK, June 7. Spot cotton, quiet;
mid-uplands, 9.80c. No sales.
Rops at London.
LIVERPOOL, June 7. Hops at London,
Pacific Coast, 3 10sdir4 35s.
Duluth Linseed Market.
DULUTH. June 7. Linseed, cash, $1.82;
July, $1.83; September, $1.86.
Holiday at Chicago.
CHICAGO, June 7.- No session Chicago
grain market. Judicial election and legal
holiday iu Illinois.
Bndhists Attack Moslems.
LONDON, June 7. There has been a
riotous oubreak in Ceylon by Buddhists
against the Moslems, in which numer
ous .Moslem shops were looted and
many mnrders occurred, according- to
an official communication made public
STOCK SHOW IS PROPOSED
Hood Uiver Handlers With Pure-
Bred Herds Want Yearly Tatr.
HOOD RIVER, " Or., June 7. (Spe
cial.) The home of the world-famed
yellow and red apple has held no apple
showfor the past three years.
Last Side ranchers are now wagrins
a campaign for a stock show here this
Fall. With the advent of dozens of
pure-bred males, both swino and cat
tle, it is not unlikely that tho stock
show, which, according: to .proposals.
will be annual, will be as popular an
event as was the apple show of several
years ago. (Scores of appleraisers have
"een adding dairying or hogralsing to
heir farm nctivlties.
(Without Change En llontc)
S. S. ROSE CITY
Sails From Alnswortn Dock
A. M JUNE 1U
10O Golden Miles on
All Rates Include
Berth and Meals.
Table and Service
Tne San Francesco A Poriln.d 9. S.
Co.. Tblrd and IVaahineLs St a.
(with O.-W. It. fc N. Co.) Tel.
Broadway 4500, A 6121.
Compsgnle Generate Transatlantique.
Sailings from NEW YORK to BORDEAUX
ROCHAMBEAU June 19, 3 P. M.
NIAGARA June 26, 3 P. M,
CHICAGO July 3,3 P.M.
ESPAGNE July 10, 3 P. 31.
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255 Morrison ,; K. M. 'lay lor, C. M. 4 tit.
P. Ky.: llorsrv.ll. Smith. 116 3d si.: A. C.
Sheldon, 100 3d St.; 11. Dickson, 348 Wash
ington st.t North aianU KoaU. 5th and Stirfcc
1 S. Mrtarlunil, ?d and YVanriuigtoa
sts.; K. D. Duffy. 124 3d 1.. Portland.
NEW ROUTE EAST
Through the Panama Canal
San Francisco New York
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17 Del ghtful Days
T R A X S - A T L A N T J 'J M'l-IAIIERS
LAND" "IvIiOO X LAN I)"
22.000 tons displacement
From San I-" I'n 11. From New York
JUNE 16 JULY 7
JII.V 10 Jll.V 31
First Cabin, $125 up. Intermediate $60 up
Combination Ticrnts issued.
One Way Water Itnil Beturn
Panama Pacific Line
319 Second Ave., Seattle, Wash.
Local Hail or Steamship Agents
Honolulu and South Seas
Shortest Liae ( IB ?) Qylckrst Time
"VENTURA" 'SONOMA" 'SIERRA"
10.0n0-ton ASfclKlCiS Steamers (Rated Lloyds IU0 Al)
$130 Honolulu JSS4 Ti25 iSjdney, $337.50
For Honolulu June 22, July 6-20, Aug.
S-17-31. Sept. 14-28.
For Sydney June S, July 8, Aug. .
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
613 Market Ht.. San i ranflww.
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ANU SAN DIEGO.
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SAILS VKI.. JUNE l, V. M.
SS. SANTA CLARA
SAILS IVKU, JUNK U, 0 r. M,
NORTH PACIFIC STEAMSHIP CO.
Ticket Office il Freight Office
1Z3A 3d St. Foot Northrup sit.
Mala 1S14. A 1314 il B'Uwy 5203, A 422
North Bank Rail
26 Hours' Ocean Sail B.-?Vpl
li-Cecli, Triple ccrew, 21-Kuut V5, ' J
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LOS ANOELKS AM) HAS DIEGO
Juue 4. 8. 12, 10, 20, 24, 2K.
Steamer train leaves North liank station
9:80 A. M. : lunch aboard ship: SS. arrives
San Francisco 3:;tO P.M. next day.
EXPRiSS SERVICE AT FREIGHT RATE.
NORTH BANK TICKET OFFICE.
Phon-wi Mar. 020. A 6071 6tli and Stark
BARBADOS. BAM LA-
RIO OE JANEIRO. SANTOS.
MONTEVIDEO BUENOS AYREfi.
LAMF0RT K0LT LI M E
Kreqnent sailinc" from New York by new tnd fast
(I J.500 ton) pansnfcr itmert.
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any other loci! agt
Sails Direct for San Irancii.ro, Los Angeles
and ban Diego.
Thurs., 2:30 P. M., June 10
SAN FRANCISCO, PORTLAND
LOS ANGJSLES STK.U1SH11' CO.
124 Third Si, A 4juti, Main 20.
Str. GEORGI ANA
Harkins Transportation Co.
Leaves Daily fexrept Monday at 7 A. M.
Sunday. 7:30 A. M. for ASTORIA and
way landings. Rcturnins leaves As
toria at 2 P. M., arriving Portland 9
P. M. Landing- f.ot of Washington st
Muln .422. A 4122.
Via MOXOMXU hdiI SI V A
I-tilaual I'assenger Steamers
"VTAOA KA," 11,100 tuna displacement
"MAKLRA," 13.U00 tons (i'.spiaet ment
Sailing every 8 ih.yn from Vancouver, B. C.
Apply Canadian Pacific Hallway C., Tu 3d
Kt., Portland. Or., or to th Canadian Au
stralasian Royal Mail Line, 44 Seymour Si.,
Vancouver, B. C,
COOS BAY LINE
Sails From Alnsvtorth Dock, Portland,
every Thursday at a A. M. Freight and
Tic-iret Office, Ainsworth Dock. I'hones
Main 3000, A 232. City Ticket Oil ice.
SO th St. Phones Mnrahnll 45(M), A 6131,
PORTLAND & COOS II AX S. S. LLE,
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