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TIIE MORNING OEEGOXIAJf. SATURDAY, JUNE 19, 1DI5.
FROM OAKS 10 TO 5
Eight Hits, One a Homer and
Three Doubles, Bring in
All Portland's Runs.-
EARLY LEAD IS OVERCOME
rritictl Hits Bates in Sixth, Car-Isc-h
Singles and Doane Scores
Bate Iavis' Double Then
I Adds Two to Count.
Pacific Coast League Stan dines.
TV. L. Pet.' W. L. Pet.
Fan Fran.. 40 3l .571 Portland. .. 32 2". .478
Salt Lake.. 37 34 .il Oakland. . . 37 41 .474
LoiAngl'a. 41 39 .il;j;Veniee 33 41 .446
Yesterday's Results. -At
Fan Francisco Portland JO, Oakland B.
At Salt Lake Venice 5, Salt Lake 2.
At Los Angeles Los Angelea . San Fran
SAX FRANCISCO, June 18. (Special.)
In a decidedly raif&ed game, made so,
perhaps, because Coast League mag
nates were looking on from nearby
boxes, Portland took, advantage of Oak.
land pitchers to the extent of piling up
a 10-to-5 victory. That the Beavers
made the most of their opportunity is
evidenced by the fact that no more than
right hits, one a homer and three more
doubles, netted them their doublet quin
tet of tallies.
Nine walks were issued by the trio
of Oakland heavers and two men were
hit by pitched balls, all of which pro
duced results in chasing the men around
Charlie Pruiett, given a comfortable
lead of 4 to 1, found himself against
plenty of difficulties in the sixth, in
the course of which the northerners
took a front position in the race. He
was retired so a. pinch hitter might go
to bat for him. and there was still more
trouble when Martinoni took command.
Portland, likewise, was forced to
change mound artists while the game
was under way. Steve Evans cut loose
' with two wild pitches for the first Oak
land tally. Then he filled up the bases
in the second with one out and took
to the woods. Those three men regis
tered before Lush could retire the side.
Oakland took what appeared for a
time to be a strong lead in the second,
but inning six saw its finish. Pruiett
pinked Bates in the side and Oarisch
singled to second. Doane drove through
to right for Bates to score. Hillyard
walked, filling the bases, and scoring
was momentarily halted while I.ober
and Lush sent fly balls up for the in
rielders to grab.
Davis hit a disputed two-bagger that
was close to the left field foul line, and
the Carisch-Doane duo made the cir
cuit. The Beavers added four more in the
seventh for good measure and then the
scoring ceased. ,
The Oaks rallied in the ninth, but one
tally was the best they could find Lush
Portland I Oakland
B H O A .1 BHOAE
4 J 'J Mnndorff.r -4 1-1 10
r. Oil l 1 !llarcan,2. . 4 2 2 ,1U
Derrick. 1 .
Doane. r. .
Kvans. p. ..
Lusli.p . ...
. i t i johnst n,m 4
4 O 2t'Nes.l 4
(i 0 ( O 0 Gardner, I.. r,
-14 OO.Kuhn.c 4
2 2 2 OOGuest.s 4
4 0 1 O Oll.iLschi.3. . r.
1 O o 1 O Pruiett.p. . 2
4 1 O 1 O'Martin'ni.n 0
4 2 1 0 Christian. p 1
1 1 on
2 14 0 0
0 10 0
0 3 O 0
1 2 5 0
0 0 10
3. 827-17 4 Totals ..:;7 9 27 l:t O
O 1 O 2 O 3 4 n 1 1
O 1 O 1 O 3 2 O 1 8
1 3 O O O 0 O 1 S
Runs. Bates 2. Fisher. Doane ". Hillvard 2,
fariso-h 2. Johnston 2, Guest. Litschi, Pruiett
Four runs, 3 hits off Kvans In 1 1-3 innings,
taken out In second, 3 on, 1 out; six runs, ft
hits off Pruiett. 22 at bat in six Innings: 4
runs. 2 hits off Martinoni. 4 at bat in 1-3
Innings, taken out in seventh, 3 on, on out.
Home run. Hillyard. Two-base hits. Hill
yard. Davis. Stumpf. Sacrifice hit. Derrick.
Bases on balls, off Pruiett 4. off Lush 4. off
Christian 2, off Evans 2. off Martinoni 3.
Struck out. by Pruiett ."", by Lush J. Hit by
Ttitcher, Guest by Lush: Doane, Bates by
Pruiett. Runs responsible for, Kvans 2.
Pruiett . Lush 1. Martinoni 4. Double
plays. Ptumpf to Davis to Derrick. Davis to
Stumpf to Derrick. Stolen bases. Lush,
-lohnstnn 3. Ness. Guest. Litschi. Parsed
balls. Fisher. Wild pitches, Evans 2. Left
on bases, Portland 10. Oakland 12. Tfme,
2 :0.i. empires. Held and Guthrie.
LOS ANGELES BEATS SEALS
Anjrels Come Prom Behind and Win
6-1 on Eightli-Innins Bally.
LOS ANGELES, June 18. Los Ange
les came from behind with an eighth
inning rally, scoring four runs with
only one hit which defeated San Fran
cisco today, 6 to 4. Terry's single, with
two on bases, two errors, and a squeeze
play netted the four tallies that turned
the tide for the Angels. Score:
San Francisco 1 Los Angeles -
B H O A EI - BHOAE
Meloan.r. 3 0 3 0 0IMa?'rt,m. 2 10 00
schaller.l. 3 2 3 o OIMc.Mul n.2. 2 o 2 8 1
Bodie.m.. 4 0 5 O O! Wolter.r. . 3 O 3 0 0
Heilm'n.l 3 1 n 1 1 Koerner, 1. 4 1 10 10
Downs. 2.. 4 1 o 3(i:kii;s.1 2 14 00
Jones.::... 4 0 0 3 0, Terry. s. . . 4 2 1 2 0
Leard. s... 4 a 3 1 1 Bnles.c... 4 0 5 2 0
Block. c... 4 2 o o 0Metxeer,3. 2 o 0 00
Killilay.p. 2 0 0 f 1 Scoggins.p 0 O 1 20
Ueislgl.p, O O O Oil Kyon.p 3 O 1 0 0
Corliant.. 1 0 0 0: Dillon. . . 1 O 0 On
iB'millcr O 0 0 00
Totals. 32 Sx23 13 3 Totals.. 27 5 27 15 1
x Boles our, bunted foul third strike.
Bntted for Metzger in eightlu
R:in for Dillon in eighth.
Batted for Reigig! in ninth.
Son Francisco. 01 1 Ol 01 0
Hits. O21O202 II 1 S
Los Angeles. . OlOO 1 0 04 fi
Hits O1010 111 5
Huns. Meloan. Heilmann. Leard 2. Mas
gori. Wolter. Koerner 2. Terry, Boles. Three
base hits, Heiimann. Koerner. Ellis. Leard
Two-bas hits, Seballer. Maggerr. Sacrifice
lilts. Ellis 2. Klllllav. .MeMullen. union
Struck out. by Scoggins 1, by Ryan 2. Bases
on balls, off Scoggins 3. off Killilay , off
Hyan 1. orr Keiigj Runs responsible for.
Scougins 2. Killilay 2. Ryan 1. Five bits. :
runs, 17 at bat, off Scofgins in 4 2-3 innings:
5 hits. 5 luns. 23 at bat. off Killilay In 7 1-3
innings; charge, defeat to Killilay: credit vic-
tory to Ryan. Double plays, Kcoggin to
Koerner, Terry to MeMullen to Koerner.
Stolen liases, Leard, Block 2. Boles, Rvan
Wild pitch. Ryan. Time of game, 2:10.
Lmplres. lhy!e anu J Oman.
TIGEItS BEAT SALT LAKE,
Three Huns Scored in Ninth Inning
Win Game for Venice
SALT LAKE CITY, June 18. Venice
won today's game, & to 2, by scoring
three runs in the ninth inning. Greg
ory was relieved by Fittery after the
former had permitted Hetling to single
and had passed Mitze. Kane, batting
for Carlisle, scored both with a single
and scored himself on Tennant's error.
Venice I Salt 'Lake
B H O A E BHOAE
Carlisle, 1. 3 1 o o o.shlnn.r. . . 4 o 3 10
Werger.s.. 4 o o 7 2!FHye.l
Wilhoit.r. 4 O 2 OO.Orr.s
Buyleas.m 4 o 1 ll:cawil.2..
lllVhm'n.l 4 O US 1 OlZacher.m.
Risberg.2. 4 2 3 2 0 Tennant.l .
Hetllng.3. 3 2 1 4 1!Hallihan,3
Mitze.c... 2 O 2 1 OBannah.c.
Henley.p. 2 12 2 OiGregory.p .
Kane 110 0 OlFitterv.p. .
1 1 5 1
1 2 2 0
O 0 0 0
O 10 11
1 O 3 1
o n i o
3 O 1 4 0
o o o i o
1 0 0 0 0
Totals.. 31 7 27 17 31 Totals.. 32 3 27 18 4
Batted for Carlisle in mutn.
Batted for Orr In ninth.
Venice O O 0 0 O 1 1 O
Salt Lake 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 S
Runs. Wilholt. Hetling. Mitze 2. Kane. Orr.
Zacher. Two-base hits, Rlsbergr, Orr, Halli-
ban. Sacrifice nits. Berger. Henley
Stolen bases, W'ilhoit, Zacher. Bases on balls.
off Gregory 5. Fittery 1. Struck out, by
Henley 2. Gregory u. Two runs 6 hits and
2H at bat. off Gregory In 8 1-3 innings; two
runs 1 hit and 3 at bat. off Fittery In 2-3
inning. Runs responsible for, Henley 2,
Gregory 4. Klttery O. Charge defeat to
Gregory. T.eft on bases. Venice 8, 6a It Lake
4. Passed ball. Hannah 2. Wild pitch. Hen
ley 2. Hasa on errors. Venice 2. Salt Lake 3.
Double plays, Gedeon to Orr to Tennant. Hit
by pitcher, by Henley. Zacher. Time of
Came. 1.49. Umpires. Williams and Finney.
CARDINALS BEAT BOSTON, 3-2
Kasan Breaks Down and Ioak Wins
12-Jnning Pitching Duel.
ST. LOUIS. Mo., June 18. A pitcher's
duel between Ragan and Doak ended
in a. 3-to-2 victory for the St. Louis Car
dinals today when the Boston pitcher
broke down in the twelfth inning. In
the twelfth liagan passed Bescher, hit
Miller and passed Dolan, thereby fill
ing the bases. Hyatt's hit then brought
Bescher in with the winning run. Doak
outpitched Ragan, granting Boston only
six scattered hits. Score:
Boston I St. Louii
B II O A El
B H O A E
0 1 7 0
r. 1 0 0 0
3 1 3 O 0
3 O 0 00
110 0 0
4 10 0 1
6 1 21 0 0
4 2 0 r. o
It 1 JO 3 0
5 117 0
Con'ly.l . .
1 1 O OlBiltler.a. ..
13 10' Bescher.l.
0 0 0 0!Miller.2. . .
113 0' Long.m. . .
0 1H OOjWilson.ra.
1 2 O O1 Dolan, r. . .
2 4 B2IIyatt.1...
0 7 2 o'BctzeI.3.. .
0 0 a O'Snyder.c. .
I Doak, p.
Totals.. 39 634 17 2l Totals.. 42 0 36 22 1
Boston 1 0O0000O01O 0 2
St. Louis 01O0O000O1O 1 3
Runs'. Gilbert. Connolly, Bescher 2, Dolan.
Two-base hits, Dolan, Snyder, Duak. Stolen
bases, Wilier, Gilbert. Bescher. Earned runs,
St. Louis 1. Left on bases. Boston 8, St.
Louis 14. First base on errors, Boston 1, St.
Louis 2. Base on balls, off Ragan 6. off
Doak 4. Struck out, by Kagan 6, By Doak 0.
Umpires, Klem and Emslie.
Pittsburg; 7, New Vork. 5.
PITTSBURG, June 18. The Pittsburg
Priates evened up the series by de
feating tfi New York Giants 7 to 5
today. The Pirates obtained an early
lead off Perritt and m'iftntained It, de
spite the weakening of Mamani in the
later innings. Adams succeeded Ma
maux in the ninth after New York had
scored two runs and retired the side
without further scoring. Score:
New York , 1 Pittsburg
B H O A K
Snoders.m 4 1 2 0 O.Cnrey.l
4 3 10 0
5 2 0 0 0
4 ' 2 1 0 0
2 0 IT. 10
4 0 0 4 0
4 3 2 3 0
1 O 8 1 0
3 0 O 2 0
0 0 0 0 0
0 2 11 mcoiiins, m.
14 1 OiBnird.3. . .
1 1 OOHinchm'n.r
0 3 6 ojwagner.l.
12 1 Olvlox.2. . . .
2 7 0 O M'Carthy.s
0 1 1 "iGibson.c. .
1 2 OllMamaux.p
0 0 0 liAdams.p..
0 0 2 0
U 0 0 0
Doyle.2 ... 3
Burns. r. . 3
Meyers.c. . 2
Brainard 1 0
0 0 o
Totals.. 33 7 24 11 2) Totals . . 32 1 3 27 11 0
Batted for Schupp In seventh.
Batted for Bitter in ninth.
New Tork 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 25
Pittsburg 13110100 7
Runs. Doyle'. Bums. Robertson 2. Merkle,
Carey. Collins 2. Baird 2. McCarthy 2. Two
base hits. Merkle. Htnchman. Three-base
hit. Balrd. Stolen bases. Merkle. Carey.
Baird, Hinchman, McCarthy. Double plays,
Fletcher and Doyle: Fletcher. Doyle and
Merkle. Earned runs. New York 5, Pitts
burg 5. First base on balls, off Perritt 2;
Schupp 2: Mamaux 3. Hits, off Perritt Ji In
2 2-3 innings; off Schupp 3 In 3 1-3 innings;
off Ritter 2 in 2 innings; off Mamaux 7 in
8, none' oat in ninth; off Adams none In 1.
Struck out, by Ritter 1. Mamaux 4, Adams
Chicago-Brooklyn game postponed;
Cincinnati-Philadelphia game post
CHICAGO FEDS BLANK BUFFALO
Only 31 Mon Pace Mordecai Brown
and Dalton Alone Makes Hit.
BUFFALO, -X. Y.,' June 18. Mordecai
Brown shut out Buffalo today 8 to 0.
Only 31 men faced him in the nine in
nings, and Dalton made the only hit.
Brown struck out three men, had three
assists to his credit, and 22 of Chicago's
putouts were made by the infield. Score:
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Chicago ....8 18 3jBuffalo 0 1 3
Batteries Brown and Fischer; Krapp,
Ehmke, Marshall and Blair.
Newark 2, St. Louis 12.
NEWARK, N. J.. June 18 St. Louis
won the entire series by taking the
fourth straight game from Newark to
TL H. E. R. H. E.
St. Louis.. .12 10 OINewark 2 5 4
Batteries Davenport and Hartley,
Chapman; Moseley, Brandom, White-
house and Rariden.
Brooklyn 4, Pittsburg 9.
BROOKLYN, N. Y.. June IS. Pitts
burg took today's game from Brooklyn
9 to 4 by bunching hits with errors in
the fourth inning which netted seven
runs. Upham was knocked out of the
box and was replaced by Finneran. who
held the visitors scoreless m the last
five innings. Score:
R. H. E.
R. H. E.
.4 12 5
Pittsburg ..9 10 l;Brooklyn .
Batteries Hearne and Berry
Finneran, Pratt and Simon.
Baltimore 17, Kansas City 10.
BALTIMORE. Md.. June 18 All five
Kansas City pitchers were hit hard and
Baltimore won today's game 17 to 10.
lu the fifth inning the locals scored
eight runs before there was a putout.
R. H. E. R. H. E.
Kan. City.. 10 11 2Baltimore .17 20 2
Batteries Johnson. Main. Packard.
Blackburn, Gingras and Brown. Erzen-
roth: Bailey. Conley, Ciuinn and Jack
litsch. COLUMBIA WINS TWO GAMES
Victories Create Tie With Lincoln
lor Interscholastic Honors.
Columbia University won both games
of a double-heuder on Multnomah Fiel.d
Thursday in the Interscholastic base
ball league. The first game went 9 to 0
against the Portland School of Trades
and the second affair was a ll-to-6 vic
tory over the Franklin High School.
Captain Claude Riggs, of the colle
giaTin, twirled the same against the
Tradars and went into the box for the
first four against ti.e Franklinites. At
this juncture Irving Niles. the regular
third baseman, took things up and but
for a bad start he managed to get away
At present the result of the Portland
Interscholastic League for the 1815 sea
son is a tie between the Lincoln High
School and the Columbia University
squad with no chance for the title to
SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE MARKETS
Prices Current in the Bay City oo Fruits,
SAX FRANCISCO, Juiu IS. Butter
Fresh extras. 25c; prime lirsis, 24 Wc
Eggs Fresh extras, !!)4c; fresh firsts,
19 ,sc; selected pullets, lyc.
Cheese New, 8iallc; Young Americas,
12 tic; Oregons, 13HH',ic.
Vegetables Asparagus. .1(3 1.75; peas,
l.:.'5ti 1.50: hothouse cucumbers, 65ft75c;
string beans, 4&5c: wax beans, 3(('4c; Sum
mer squash, 5ufe75c.
Onions New red. 7."ir?.5c.
Fruit Lemons, l.r,Oto 3.".0 ; Mexican limos,
$..50$ia; grapefruit. $2(a2.75: oranges, x.1.75
(0 2.75; apples, California Pippins, $1.50ft 2.
new crop, $lfe1.25: bananas. Hawaiian, $1.2
2; pineapples, do, $1.50 if' 2.541.
Potatoes Eastern, fl. 251. 50; new, SI
1..SO; Delta. 1 6il.no.
Receipts -Flour, quarter sacks; bar
ley, 3011 centals; potatoes, 3998 sacks; hay.
59 4 tons.
Chicago LI vest or k Market.
CHICAGO. June 18. Hogs Receipts II.
0OO heJd; market slow, 5 to !0c above yes.
teiday's average. Bulk $7.457.70: light,
$7.50ra 7.R5; mixed, 7.SOn.7.M; heavy, $79
7.70; rough. $7i7.20; pigs. $07.45.
CattleReceipts 1000 head; market strong.
Native beef steers. $.S0fr.5O; Western
steers. $7 $.25; cows and heifers, S4.-S&I);
calves, $7.25 S 10.23.
Sheep Receipts T000 heal : market weak.
Fheep $.y&0BK.40; lambs, $6.7503.25;
WHEAT RISES AGAIN
Local Prices May Get Up to
OFFERINGS HAVE CEASED
Small Quantity Is Needed to Fill
Sales and Is Not Forthcom
ing Bidding-TTp Process .
Is Natural Result.
The local wheat market has become firm
and has every appearance of a decided up
ward tendency. Prices have been gaining
for several days, having advanced fully 3
cents since Tuesday. Yesterday spot blue
stem was wanted at 93 cents, with no sell
ers. It would occasion no surprise in the
trade If the market again" reached the dol
lar mark in the near future.
There are a few dealers who need wheat
to cover sales and are finding it difficult to
get the supply they require. Local sellers
apparently have nothing to offer, and the
few country' holders that Have wheat are
not disposed to sell it now at prevailing
prices. Therefore the bidding is at a pro
gressively sdvancins level and ultimately
will, no doubt, bring out .the wheat that is
It is not believed that anyone is seriously
short, but in the present state of the mar
ket and supply it does not take much of
demand to put values on a higher plane.
Somewhat the aame condition prevails in
the barley market. A moderate demand de
veloped yesterday, but offerings were light
and purchases were only made by offering
more money. There is a fair supply of
barley left in the country, but It Is In strong
Sales at the Merchants" Exchange yester
day were as follows:
loo tons prompt barley $23.00
loo tons July barley
10O tons July shorts
10o tons August shorts...
. . . 23.0O
. . . 25.00
. . . 25.00
The two deals in baney were at advances
of 75 cents to $1 over prices bid Thursday,
Bluestem bids were to 2 cents over
those of the day before, fortyfold was un
changed and club 1 to 3 cents higher. Red
wheat was also firmer. .There were no sell
ers of any delivery exaept August fife and
Russian, the asked prices of which were 90
cents against 83 cents bid for fife and 80
cents for the other variety.
Estimates prepared by railway traffic of
ficials indicate a wheat crop in the North
west of about 62,000,000 bushels, which la
close to the predictions made by grain deal
ers. The traffic men figure the acreage in
the three states at 3.310,000 acres, about 10
per cent gain over last year. The average
yield they estimate at 23 bushels for Win
ter wheat and 18 bushels for Spring wheat.
The oats and barley acreage is estimated at
Bradstreet's reports shipments for the
week at 4.707.O0O bushels of wheat and
552,782 bushels of com.
Indian wheat shipments for the week are
1.184,000 bsuhels, compared with 2.472,000
bushels last week and 1,584.000 bushels last
Terminal receipts, in cars, were reported
by the Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat. Barley. Flour. Oats. Hay.
Portland, Frl. 14
Year ago... 8
Sea, to ds.tel6.473
Year ago.. 15,700
Tac. Thurs 5
Year a?o. . . 8
Sea. to date 0.105
Year ago... W.lOtt
Seat., Thurs.. 3
Sea. to date 7.&4S
Year ago. .. 6,850
6 2 1
190U 1888 2U01 2092
2705 2S4 1712 2750
613 .... 678 31U2
845 .... 4UU 25U2
.... 6 10
1 11 2 4
1121 2S92 1235 5708
llt3 2174 133 5115
CHEAP WOOLS ARE NOT IN SIGHT
Dealers Foresee Nothing but High Prices
IhirinK Remainder of Season.
The wool trade is Koine ahead court
geously in the face of prospects of no cheap
wool, at least not until some time in iiiio,
snvs the Boston correspondent of the New
York commercial. One of the leaders in the
market foresees nothing but high prices
throughout the leading wool centers of the
world durine tne oaianoe oi mis year, wnn
the end of the war not in sight, a big de
mand from abroad for American goods is
expected and the manufacturing end of the
wool industry is racing a penoa oi innaieu
values and speculative excitement. Another
prominent Interest calls attention to the
occasional stumps which have followed un-
exDcctemv wnen everything pointea to con
tinued high prices and a sharp demand for
wool on certain occasions in rne past, oui
he can mention no unsettling factor in this
Conditions have been such as to uphold
growers In their stand tor extreme prices.
The heavy buying and the outlook for con
sumption on a substantial basis In the event
of a large foreign demand, are factors in
their favor and conversely the outlook for
the raw material will have its effect upon
prices for poods. The primary markets of
the West stand to monopolize tne attention
of the trade, now that the foreign season
is drawing towards its close. A problem
facing buyers is to get the new wools at
figures wnicn manuiacturers will inaorse
when It comes to the turnover in the East.
Up to this time manufacturers have not
lent their assent to the buying at extreme
levels Dy aeaiera.
WEATHER IS AGAINST MELON TRADE
Cherries in Large Supply and Lower Ber
ries Are Steady.
Another car of watermelons reached the
street yesterday, but with the present
weather conditions they are not needed.
Cantaloopes are about a quarter lower and
are selling well.
A large supply of cherries came in and
the market declined. The best Royal Annes
sold at 56 cents and the top on Bings was
Berries were steady. On the early farmers
market strawjerrle3 sold at $1.25 and rasp
berries and loganberries at 8000 cents.
Street prices were about a quarter over these'
Oregon beans were plentiful and weaker
at 5:fi7 cents; other vegetables were prac
Country Produce Markets Steady.
Country produce lines were all steady.
Poultry was in moderate supply and hens
cleaned up at 11 to 12 cents. Good veal
sold at 10 cents.
There was no change in egg prices from
those that have prevailed during most of
Dairy produce lines were also unchanged.
Hop Contracts bi Demand.
There is a good demand for new-crop
hops, and 11 cents is obtainable, but there
are few sellers. No new spot business was
Bank clearings of the- Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Portland $i,5,747 $260,400
Seattle l,7WO.i9.t 14U.410
Tacoma 22,S21 4O.S07
Spokane 5GO.002 6j,416
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc -
Merchants' Exchange, noon session.
Oats No. 1 -b hlte feed
Barley No. 1 feed....
August club - - . -
August bran ..........
$ .:: $
. 24.r.O 25.25
22.50 2:1. .VI
, 24.511 26.00
August shorts 24.30 25.50
FLOUR Patents. $6.20 a barrel: straight
$5.70; whole wheat, $5.80; graham, $5.60.
MILLFKED Spot prices: Bran, $279
$27.C4 per ton- shorts, $2828.5U; rolled
CORN Whole, $36 per ton; cracked. $31
per ton. .
HAY Eastern Oregon timothy. $1016:
valley timothy, $12o-12.50; grain hay, $10
12; alfalfa. $12.50e13-o0-
Fruit and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Orsnges, navels.
$2.50'a3.50 per box; Mediterranean sweets,
$2.50(if 2.73: lemons. $3.60ji5.00 per box; ba
nanas, 4 "-r ft 5c per pound; grapefruit, $4.a0
5.50; pineapples. 6W7c per pound.
VEGETABLES Cucumbers, Oregon. 40
75c per dozen; artichokes, 75e per dosen; to
matoes, $12.50 per box; cabbage, 1H9
ic per pound; celery, $3.60 per crate;
bead lettuce, $11.1S per crate; spinach, &c
ner pound: rhubarb. l&2o per pound; peas.
2 3c per pound; beans, &7o per pound:
cauliflower. $1.2 per crate; green corn. 250
40c per dozen.
GREEN fruits strawDerries. uregon,
SI. 25a 1.50 per crate: apples. Sl.SO82.e0 box;
cherries. 3 7c per pound: gooseberries, 2tr
4c per pound; cantaloupes, $l.r.0'ri3 per
crate; loganberries, ihsijucuiw,
to-1.15: currants. $11.25 per crate; apri
cots. $11.25 per box; peaches. $11.25 per
POTATOES Old. 12.1001.2a per sac a;
new. 2c per pound.
ONIONS ellow, J.U'X.uui wnif-ow
red, $1.75 per sack.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots $191.50
per sack; beets. $1.50 per sack, turnips, $L
Dairy and Country Produce.
Local Jobbing quotations:
SGGS Oregon ranch, buying prices: No.
1. 19Vsc; No. 2, 18c; No. 3, 13c per dozen.
Jobbing price: No. 1, 22c; No. 2, 19c per
POULTRY Hens, linisr; orouers, jx'is
22c: turkeys, dressed. 22 6v 25c; live, 18 20c;
ducks, old, Bj.c; young, 15 Q 18c; geeao.
$ & Sc.
BUTTER Creamery, prints, extras. 27 Vie
per pound: cubes. 21H&023C
CHEESE Oregon triplets. Jobbers- buying
price 1314 c per pound f. o. b. dock. Port
land: Young Americas. 14c per pound.
VEAL Fancy, lolO'ic per pouna.
PORK Block. 1010e per pound.
Local Jobbing quotation:
cat. mon Columbia River one-pound tails.
$2.30 per dozen; half-pound flats, $1.50; one-
pound flats. $2.au; aiiuih "u., .ue-uouuu
HONE x unoice. tJ.o per case.
NIITS Walnuts. 15tt24c per pound: Bra-
ell nuts. 15c; filberts, 1424c; clmouds, lu
(j)22c; peanuts, 6c; cocoanuts, i per aos.;
pecans, ISIS 20c; cnestnuis jto.
IjKANa Ismail whuc, a., wui.n, ,
Lima, 6c; bayou. 6c.
COFFEffi ffOMieo, in urunw, oxoonc
SUGAR Fruit and berry, $6,110; beet.
$6 70; extra C $6.40; powdered In barrel.
$7.15; cubes, barrels, $7.30.
SALT Granulated, $15.50 per ton; half
ground. 100s. $10.73 per ton; 60s. $11.50 per
ton; dairy, i per
RICE Southern head. 614 etc; broken
io- per pound; Japan style. S&oKo.
DRIED FRUITS Apples. So per pound;
apricots. 1315c; peaches, 8o; prunes, Ital
ians BlUtfC; rmiBii, ... u..- l , Uu.
bleached Sultanas. 7!4e; teeded, 0c; dates,
Persian, 10c per pound; fard, $1.65 per tiox;
currants. 8 54 a 12c.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 1914 crop, 10 11c; contracts 1(1
11c per pound.
HIDES Salted hides, 14Hc; salted kip,
15c; salted calf. 18c; green hides. 13c; green
kip, 15c; green calf. Ise; dry hides, Jc; dry
WOOL Eastern Oregon, medium. 25W
27tfcc; Eastern Oregon, fine, 18i20tt,c; Val
MOHAIR New clip. 3031c per pound.
CASCARA. BARK Old and new. 44He
per pound. '
PELTS Dry long-wooled pelts, 15 He; dry
hert-wooled pelts, 11 He; dry shearlings,
each, 1015c; salted shearlings, each,15y
25e; dry goat, long hair, each, ISc; drj
goat, shearlings, each. 10 20c; salted long
woci pelts. May. $191 ach.
GRAIN BAGS 8o each.
HAMS All sizes, 17 18 44 c; skinned.
17Vi4f lS"4c; picnics, 12c; cottage roll, 15c;
BACON Fancy. 2628e: standard. 22 &
23o; choice, 17&21c; strips 17c
DRY SALT Short, clear backs. 12 4 0 15c;
exports. 14Mxl44c; plates, ll12yc
LARD Tierce basis; kettle rendered, 14c;
ctandard. 12c: compound, 8ttc.
BARREL GOODS Mess beef, $24; plate
beef. $25; brisket pork, (28.00; pickled pork
feet, $32.50; tripe. $j.ooib'11.du; tongues, $30.
KEROSENE Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons, luc; special arums or bar
rels. 1.111:: cases, 17 4 20 44 c
UASOLUNE Bulk 12c; cases, 19c; engine
distillate, drums, t Vic: cases, 10; capitis.
drums, 11c; cases, inc.
'LINSEED Oil Raw, barrels, 77c; raw,
cases, &2c; boiled, barrels, 7ac; boiled, cases,
TURPENTINE In tanks, 61c; is cases.
68c; lo-case lots, is less.
ALL CLASSES TRADED' IN
FAIR SI PPL V OF STOCK AT NORTH
Weakness Develops In llogr Division
But Prices In Other Lines
There was a moderate amount of business
in a'.l clauses of livestock at the yards ye.
terday. Weakness developed In tho hog
division, but other lines were steady.
Two hogs Bales were reported at $8, but
the top of the market for light weight stock
was held to be $7.85v Cattle sales wero for
the most part odd lots which went at cur
rent prices. The same applies to the mutton
line, where lambs figured more extensively
than other linos, th best offerings bringing
$1.20 and $7.3u.
Receipts were 97 cattle, 942 hogs and 42
sheep. Shippers were:
with cattle Tim Lydston. welter, 1 car.
With hogs Ed Myers, Senn, 1 ear; L. A.
Long, Serin. I car; F. B. Ferguson. Amity
1 car; H. Farmer, McCoy, 1 car; Will Block
Independence, 1 car; J. B. McCoy, Lyle,
With mixed loads Peterson Bros.. Forest
Grove, 1 car cattle and hogs; C. Waldon,
Welser, 1 car cattle and hogs; J. Madison,
Weiser. 1 car cattle and hogs; W. B. Kurtz,
The Dalles, 1 car cattle and hogs; J. D.
Dinsmore, West Scit. 1 car cattle and hogs:
Labium & Forciar, Woodburn, 1 car cattle,
hogs and sncep.
The day's sales were as follows:
0 cows. . .
1 bull .. .
1 cow. . . .
1 cow . . .
1 bull. . . .
2 steers. .
2 cows .
2 cows. . .
2 cows. . .
1 bull. .. .
5 steers. .
2 steers. .
2 calves. .
5 hogs. . .
2 ho;. . .
hogs. . .
4 hogs. . .
2 cows. . .
1 cow . . ,
6 cows .
1 cow . . .
1 cow . .
1 cow . .
2 bulls .
IS hoirs. . ,
0 ewes. .
22 hogs. .
2 hoKS . .
20 hOKS. .
1 hog. . .
3 ewes. .
10 e wes . .
26 hogs . .
8 hogs. .
1 hog. . .
JO hous . .
5 steers .
3 steers .
1 steer. .
1 cow . . .
6. 00 1
C7 hogs. .
4 hogs. .
16 Iambs .
1 yearling 110
104 lambs. . 6:1
35 5 lambs. . oil
7.71V 3 yearlings
1.011 1 ewes
Prloes current at the local stockyards 011
the various classes of stock:
Best steers ..$7.O07.23
Good steers 7.O0Q7.2J
Medium steers .................. 6.75(97.04
Choice eews 15. 60
uooa cows ..................... . s. 009s. 33
Heifers 6.0O7 0a
Bulls --...,. S.&O-95.04
Wethers E wes 1
. 5. OO 4 B OO
. ..-4.IM - 0.110
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA. -June 18. Hogs Receipts R200
head; market higher. - Henvy. $7.10s 7.25 :
light, 7.3."-7..'0; pigs. J6.50W7; bulk of
Cattle Receipts 200 head; market strong.
Native steers, 7.2.j$9.15: cows and heifers,
$5.S5ia 7. 85 : Western "steers, J4flfi8 4il;
Texas steers. $0(??7.60; cows and heifers,
$5.7-7.25: calves, s10.25.
Btieco Receipts 5OJ0 head; markef steady.
W'etliers $7.O5GJ'7.10: lambs, fs&'O.rrtJ.
NEW YORK, June 18. Spot cotton quiet.
Middling uplands 9.80c. No sales.
Wool at w York.
NEW YORK, June 18. Wool Steady.
Stock Trading Is Moderate
COPPERS UNDER PRESSURE
Steel Only Standard Issue to 'Show
Underlying- Strength Leading;
Kail waj s Backward Homo
and Berlin Exchange Weak.
NEW YORK. June 38. Aside from its
more irregular movements, which later gave
way to general heaviness, today s . stock
market was largely a repetition of other
sessions of the week.
Trading was again In very moderate vol
ume, 1 the early hours recording a. series
of confusing advances and recessions. Some
of the war shares rose one to three points,
with a new high record for Baldwin Loco
motive at 64. while others of that class,
particularly Bethlehem Steel and Lacka
wanna Steel, were th.t much lower.
The effervescent quality of some of the
Issues known as "war contract" stocks was
illustrated in the case of Federal Mining,
which added another eight points to its
recent decline, selling at 26, against ou on
Coppers were under pressure, as was to be
expected from, another sharp break in the
metal abroad, together with indications of
lower prices in the domestic market, beaa
which a few days ago-sold at 7Vi. the high
est figure quoted in 30 years, declined to
Representative railway stocks were back
ward. United States Steel was about the
only speculative favorite to evince under
lying strength. Total sales amounted to
Lires. or Italian exchange, made another
new record at 5.90 for checks, and reichs-
marcks on Berlin also weakened to 82 1-lb.
Ottawa sent ' $2,500,000 gold to thus city
and London exchange stiffened.
The known .movement of money for the
week points to another accession of cash by
local banks. If today's forecast of the gain
fulfilled. New York bankers will snow
excess reserves of $200,000,000 in tomor
row's bank statement.
Bonds were irregular, some minor Issues
showing material gains. Total sales, pal
value, aggregated S2.CS8.0OO.
United States bonds were unchanged on
I U)SI.; STUCK ULUTAIiUAh.
Sales. High. Low.
2.1O0 37 li 37
Alaska Go'fl. . . .
Amal Copper. . .
Am Beet Suifar.
Am Sm Ai Refg.
Am Sua Refg..
Am Tel & Tel. .
Bait & Ohio. . ..
Br Rap Transit.
Ches & Ohio...
Chi Gr West...
Chi Mil & St P.
Chi Ai N W
Colo F & Iron. .
Colo & South...
D & H G
Dlst Securities.. 2O.2O0
Gen Electric . . .
Or Nor pfd
Gr Nor Ore ctfs.
a 17 -2
K C Southern..
Louis ft Nash . .
M K & T
N Y Centlal .
N Y. N H & H.
N & Western
Pac Tel & Tel..
Pennsylvania . .
Pull Pal Car
Ray Cons Cop..
Rep Ir & Steel.
Rock Isl Co....
PtLAiSF 2d pfd.
5,300 11 1.
700 106 106 V,
1 60 ,i
.100 12S 54 1274
U S Steel
Ctah Copper. . .
Wabash pfd . .
Westing Kiec... 11.700
Total sales for the day, 352,000 shares.
U S Ref 2s. reg
do coupon. . .
U S 3s, reg
do coupon . . .
U S N 4s. res.
do coupon. . .
. 1 00 v.
N V C O 3s. . . SO
Nor pac 3s 64
do 4s Dl
So Pac 4s 80
no conv os.... irj?:
.110Cnlon Pac 4s.
Money. Exchaag-e. Etc.
NEW YORK, June 1. Mercantile paper,
3Hl'a3 per cent.
Sterling 60-day bills, $4.7425; demand,
Jl.TUHO; cables. M.7710.
Bar sliver 49 c.
Government bonds steady; railroad bonds
Time loans steady; 60 days, 2V4 per cent;
90 days, 2 per cent; aix months, 3 per
Call money steady. High, 2 per cent; low,
1 per cent; ruling rate, 2 per cent; last
loan, 2 per cent: closing bid, 1 per cent;
offered at t per cent.
LONDON, June IS. Bar silver 23d per
Money l4al per cent.
Discount rates Short bills, 2 2 13-16
per cent; three months, 2 15-163 per cent.
INDl'STBUl OPERATIONS EXPANDING
Weather Irregularities Restrict Current
NEW YORK. June 18. Bradstreets to
morrow will say: A mixed budget of news
is in evidence this week. Weather irregu
larities over a wide area have restricted
current distribution of seasonable goods,
while excessive moisture in the Burptus
grain-producing states has retarded harvest
ing or crop growth, and pending the out
come of international political matters, some
Interests prefer to work along; conservative
On the other hand, industrial operations
continue to expand. Crop diversification In
the Kouth. where trade Is quiet, has been
proved feasible, and this fact has Induced
brighter views as lo the future. Demand
for money 'for crop-moving purposes is en
larging and rates are firmer.
,lt has been a week of uncertainty in tha
stock market, due to unsettled foreign re
lations and the renewed weakness of for
eign exchange. "War order" stocks con
tinue to derive support from the unusually
large business in sight and the strong, more
cheerful tone of the Iron and steel trades.
Bank clearings were J:i,l SS,450,010. an in
crease of 1.0 per cent over last week.
FOREIGN WOOL, PRICES ADVANCING
Hardening; Tendency Is Seen in Domcfetie
BOSTON. June 18. The Commercial Bulk-tin
will say tomorrow:
Another week of fairly good business is
reported in the wool trade. Advices from
abroad ehow further advances in both wools
and tops, which have not been followed here
to any extent as yat. although they have
had a hardening tendency in prices. Most
of the week's transactions have been in
foreign wool, but a larger proportion of
domestic sales is in evidence.
Texas Pine. 12 months, 65'68c; fine, t
California Northern. 6365c; middle
county, 68G6nc; suuthern, 55M&6C
Ore'gon-Eastvrn No. 1, staple, 6S70e;
Eastern clothing, 64 0J65C; Valley No. 1, 67
Territory Fine staple, 70c; fine medium
staple. 66(Tpfl7c; fine clothing. 65&66c; fine
medium clothing, 63365c; half-blood comb
ing. 63t!70c: threeeighths-blood combing,
Pulled Extra, 669o; AA, 6667e; fine
A, 5&6ec; A supers, 63 0 65c.
. . 1 -..
' Bulls Bought for Klamath Indiana,
KLAMATH FALLS, Or.. June IS. (Sps-
WAR SHARES UN
eial.) The United States Government has
Just bought 40 bulls for the use of tne
Klamath Indians on the reservation north
of here, according to Agent Freer. Twenty
Hereforda and 20 Durham wero bought.
Title will remain In the Government. This
lot augments another lot or 100 bulls pur
chased for the Indians about four years
NEW TORK. June 18. The market for
coffee futures opened at a decline of 3 to V
points, under some scattered selling, wnicn
was probably inspired by the decline In the
rate of Rlo exchange on London and In the
mllreis price at Santos. Offerings were not
heavy and vre pretty well taken at the
decline, but prices eased off a shade further
during the day, closing at a net loss of 3 to
11 points. There were further exchanges
from Julv to later deliveries, mostly March,
on even terms. Sales, including the switches.
24.500 bags. June. 5.80c; July. 7c; August.
6.S5c; September. 6.68c: October. 6.S8c; No
vember, 3.S!c; December, 2.89c; January.
6.92c: February, 6.94c; March, 6.96c; April,
7c: May. 7.06c. 1
Spot Steady. Rio No. 7, 7M:c; Santos No.
Cost and freight market was reported a
shade easier in tone, but quotations were
Rlo exchange. 3-32l lower. Santos rnv
rels lower. Rio, 75 reis higher.
SAVA NX AH, C, June 18. Turpentine
41ViW42Vie. Sales. 1786 barrels; receipts.
545 barrels: shipments, 486 barrels ; stocas.
5.19 1 barrels.
Rosin Firm. Sales, 1I6O barrels: receipt",
06 barrels; shipments, 23S barrels; stock.
57,090 barrels. Quote: A. B. $3.10; C. 13,
$3.15; K. $3.2.1: F. G. H. $3.30; I. $3.40: K.
$3.80; M, $4.20; N. $5.35; W, G, $li; WW,
RUST AREA IS LARGE
WIDER. EXTENT OF DAMAGE SENDS
CP WHEAT PRICES.
Harvest in Southwest Delayed bjr
Storms, and Further Unfavorable
Weather Is Predicted.
CHICAGO. June IS. Black rust report
from Missouri and Kansas added today to
the bullish, temper which Dig itormi in the
"Ve3t had Kiven to the wheat market here.
As a. result, the market closed 1H to lc
In corn the outcome varied from He oft
to c up. oats finished with a gain of c
to 14 c, and provisions ranging from 2 Vic
decline to a rise ox luc.
The fact seemed evident that a crreat deal
of wheat in Kansas. Nebraska. Missouri and
other important parts of the soft Winter belt
had been laid flat and that harvest delay
In Kansas and Oklahoma was Increased to
a serious extent. Meanwhile, predictions of
another storm from over tha Rockies by
Saiurdiiy nipht emphasized the danger of
rust. JBulls In wheat were encouraared by
gossip uhat efforts to overcome difficulties
in regard to foreign exchanne were, likely
soon to help revive export demand. Ocean
freight rates appeared to be casing off.
Cheap Argentine offers at New York final
iy proved more than an offset to fears tha
the domestic corn cro in the big surplus
producing states had been handicapped by
too much cold and rain.
Oata ruled a little firmer than corn.
Provisions failed to hold, except to a 11m
Hed extent, due to higher prices for hogs.
Packing interest were said to have un
loaded freely on the bulge.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Close.
July l,04i $l.osii $1.0414 $1.05
Sept. 1.03 l.Oo 1.02 V 1.044.
July 75 .76 .754 .75
Sept 75 .76', .74 .74
July 45 .46 .45U .4o?4
Sept 40 'i .40 .39 .40
Julv 17.00 17.12 1S.93 16.95
Sept 17.45 17.66 17.35 17.35
Julv ...... J.43 .5! .42 9.42
Sept 9.S0 .70 9.72
July 10.33 10.4O 10.35 10.37
Sept 10.67 10.75 10.67 10.70
Cash prices were:
Wheat No. 2 red, $1.14 1.15',4 ; No. 2
Corn -No. 2 yellow, 76V477V4c; others
Rye No. 2, J1.161.17.
Tlmothjr 58 6.50.
Primary receipts. Wheat, RO5.0O0 vs. -352.-00O
buehels: com, 444. 00O vs. 621.000 bush
els: oats, 457,000 vs. 7 0 2,00 0 bushels.
Shipments Wheat, 441.000 bushels vs.
1.004.000 bushels: corn, 702.000 vs. 585,000
bushels: oats, 428,000 vs. 914,000 bushels.
Clearances Wheat, 24,000 bushels; corn,
17.000 bushels; oats. 135,000 bushels; flour,
Foreign Grain Markets.
LIVERPOOL, June 18. Cash wheat. Id
higher to 2d lower; corn unchanged to d
PARIS, June IS. Wheat and flour un
changed. BUENOS AIRES, June 18. Wheat 1 to
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, June 18. Wheat July,
$1.20 September. $1.044 4i 1.04 ; No. 1
hard, $1.82: No. 1 Northern. $1.22 , 1.31 V4 ;
No. 2 Northern. $1.18 ,4 & 1.29.
Barley 03 fa) 70c.
Flax 41.73 Vi 1-77S4.
Eastern Grain Markets.
DCLUTH. June 18. Wheat closed July
$1.21 14, September $1.60.
ST. LOCIS. June 18. Wheat closed July
$1.01 Vi, September $1.01.
WINNIPEG, June 18. Wheat closed
July $1.22, October $1.04H4.
OMAHA, June 18. Cash wheat 1 to 1V4
higher; corn 14 higher; oats V4 higher.
I'uget Sound Grain Market.
skittt.k. June 18. Wheat Bluestem,
93c; forty-fold, 92c; club, 92c; fife, 91c; red
Barley $22 per ton.
Yesterday's car receipts Wheat 3, corn 1,
hay 19, flour 6.
TACOMA, June 18. Wheat Bluestem,
95c; forty-fold. 93e; olub, 91c; red fife. 89c.
Car receipts Wheat 0, oats 3, hay 9.
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, June IS. Spot quota
tions walla. $1.87 1.7o: red Russian, $l.dj
(S1.H7H : Turkey red, Sl.70'0) 1.7..: hluesteni,
$l.70il.72V4 : feed barley. $1.02V W1.05;
white oats, $1.42 14 1.4S ; bran, 26.60iaS7;
middlings, $324r.1: shorts, $2W29.50.
Call board Barley, December $1.11.
BIG GRAIN CROP FORESEEN.
Agriculturist Says IMrarlas Wheat Yield Will
Be Bumper one.
WENATCHEE, Wash., June JS. (Spe
cial. ) A bumper wheat crop in Dougla"
County Is Indicated, according to County
a ff-r-!.-ilf urisr Richardson. Tho Winter wheut
is far enough along to Insure a crop unless
severe hot winds sweep over the Bis Bend
within a short time.
"Tho wheat crop will be one of the largest
In the history ot tne country,' saia mr.
Richardson. "Old-timers have never seen
the winter wheat looklne better than now
It Is heading out heavily. l.ots of moisture
and cool flays nave oeen responsioie. cyniig
wheat does not promise as well, owing to the
cold weather in April anu tne continued low
temperature un to June, wnicn held 11 oaca
Consequently the roots are shallow. With
a few warm days, however, one will see it
"Tnrkev red around Withrow will aver-
afire about 30 bushels to the acre. Hybrid
on the east side will average between 25 and
NEW TORK, June 18. Copper dull. Elec
trolytic, 20.25 20.50c.
Mtal Exchange quotes tin quiet, 41c bid.
Iron steady and unchanged.
The Metal Exchange quotes lead weak;
offered at o.
Bpelter not quoted.
New Tork Mugar Market.
NEW YORK. June 18. Raw sugar steady.
Centrifugal. 4.S9c; molasses, 4.12c. Refined
Stocks tStealy at London.
LONDON. June IS. American securities
were dull, but prices hardened in tha after
noon and the closing was steady.
Duluth Linseed Market.
DULHTH. June 18. Lnseed. cash, $1.78V4:
July, $1.78; September. $1.8114.
Another New Tork Bond Issue.
NEW YORK, June 18. Another issue of
New York City bonds, $71,040,000 In all,
bearing interest at the rate of 4V4 per cent.
r Aetowrr ATcuiwBrf nts
Is to be placed on salo. it was announced to
day. June 2. The sale is to fund approx
imately J65.0OO.OO0 in outstanding short
loan notes soid last September.
Chicago Hairy Produce.
CHICAGO. June 18. Butter Unchanged.
Eggs Higher. Receipts. 10.407 case; ac
mark, cases included. 16ij)17c: ordinary
firsts, 16&16c: firsts, 17'i u 17c.
Dried Fruit at New Vork.
NEW YORK.. June IS. Evaporated ap
ples. dull. Prunes, firm. Peaches, quiet.
(Without Change Ku Route)
S. S. BEAVER
Sulla From Ainstworth Dock
O A. i., jum ; 21.
IOO Golden Miles on
All Hates Include
Bertha and Meals.
Table and Service
Tne Snn I-'ranelsco A Portland 8. S.
Co.. Third and IVuhlogtuo Sta.
(with O.-W. It. A K. Co. TeL Bruud
niy 4500, A 0121.
Compagnsle General Transatlautique.
Sailings from NEW YORK to BORDEAUX
NIAGARA June 26, 3 P.M.
CHICAGO July 3, 3 P.M.
ESPAGNE July 10. 3 P. M.
LA TOURA1NE July 17, 3 P. M.
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JULY 10 JULY 7
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p. M. Landing ftiot of VV asblngton su
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every Thursday at ti A. M. KrelKht and
Tlcirct Office, Alnswortn Dock. Phones)
Main 3000, A 2X12. City Ticket OlHce,
SO 6h St. Phones Marshall 4300. A 6131.
PORTLAND & COOS BAY S. S. LLNlw
NEW ZEALAND AND SOl'TIl SEAS.
Regular, through sailing for Sydney via
Tahiti and Wellington from San Francisco,
Juno 23, July 21. August IS aud every 2S
days Send for pamphlet.
Colon Steamship Co., of New Zealand, Ltl.
Office 870 Market street, San Francisco,
er local S, S. and K. R. acenta.
Steamer HARVEST QUEEN leaves
Ash-street Dock dally except Bun
day.- 8 P. M., for Astoria and way
points. Heturnlng, leaves Astoria
daily except Sunday. 7 A. M.
Ticket aud reservations at O.-W. H. & N.
City Ticket Office. Third and Washington
streets, or at Ash-street Dock. Fboiut
Marshall 4300. A 6121.
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