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OREGOXIAX. WTTlr?nAV. .T TTT ."V u tnit -
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DREGQfJ CROPS GOOD
Condition of AH Products
Placed at 102.5 Per Cent.
PACIFIC COAST PROSPECTS
Government Kejort Jailmates Amer
ican Production of Apples 19-1-,
0 0 0,000 Bushels, Compared
to 253,000,000 Last Year.
The combined condition of all crops In
the United States on July 1. according to
the Government crop report, was 102.3. an
increase during- June of .7. The condi
tion of Pacific Coast crops on the first of
the month, with change during; the pre
ceding month are shown by the following
. ... lfci.5 .7
. The growing condition of the various crops
In the United States on July 1. expressed
In per centage of their 10-year average, was
......... 17. e
... l:; 1
f tiawbeiTles .............
The condition of the American applo .crop
on July 1. was fin.3 as asalnst 70.1 a month
earlier. This compares with a condition of
aij.2 on July 1. 1914 and 3S.7. the 10-year
average. The total 1315 production Is es
timated by the Department of Agriculture
at 134,000.000 bushels, asalnst ll.-.U.OOO.OOO
last year and 176,000,000 bushels, the aver
ago production for the years 1009-13. The
average price on June 15, 1B13. was U0.3
cents per bushel, compared with (1.336 on
June 15. 191 -1.
The level of prices paid producers of the
Vnlted States for the principal crops de
creased about 5. per cent during June;
In the past seven years the price level In
creased about 0.2 per cent during June. On
July 1 the index Yisuro of prices was about
3.0 per cent highur than a year ago, 13.2
per cent higher than two years ago, and
t'.l per cent lower than the average of the
j.ast seven years on July 1.
The prices of meat animals hogs, cattle,
sheep and chickens to producers of the
Vnlted States increased 0.8 per cent from
May 15 to Juno IS; In the past five years
prices decreased in like period 0.8 per cent.
On June 1". the index fisure of prices for
tnese meat animals was about C.2 per cent
lower than a year ago, 4.7 per cent lower
than two years aso. but 2.5 per cent higher
than theaverage of the past five years on
KAKJLY ENGLISH BUYING MAY BE SLOW
. Broomhall Thinks France and Southern
Countries Will Wnnt Much Later.
The local wheat market continues Inac
tive. Bid prices at the Merchants' Exchange
tor prompt white wheat were unchanged and
for red wheat were lower by i cents. Sellers
were as firm as ever and asked & to 13
cents more than was offered. The barley
and oats markets were equally dull.
Broomhall believes the early English de
mand for new American wheat will be
fcinall. hut that France and the Mediter
ranean countries will be large buyers later.
In his inttmatioiiiil wheat review he says:
Owing to recent large shipments the
floating quantity to the United Kingdom Is
liberal and sufficient precaution has been
taken to provide for fair arrivals until the
end of August, averaging 2.UOO.000 bushels
weekly. I still think that the ceneral to
tal of shipments will continue very moder
ate until the latter part of August or early
September, with the United Kingdom taking
the best share. Ou passage quantity and
port stocks are so liberal that it appears
cbviously unnecessary that large additional
shipments will be needed here until early
Autumn, but Continental demand has not
jet fully developed and these requirements
will of necessity be satisfied In the United
Present promise from North America and
l-lurope of chief crop3 are estimated at 3.
224.000,0110 bushels, against 2.U20.00O 000
luhe) last year.
"Crops throughout the British empire are
promising very favorably, while India and
3'syi't have fair to good supplies. Huasia
will certainly ship something front Arch
angel ar.J Vladivostok and liberally should
the Dardanelles be opened. Present pros
pects point to a curtailed early demand
for new Amsrican Winter wheat, but later
It is confidently expected that France and
nil Mediterranean countries will be liberal
Luyers in the United States.
"The market in the near future will be
ereatly susceptible to climatic influence."
The Hurup.an visible wheat supply" Is
placed at 72.53S.000 bushels, a decrease of
Jo.04ii.oou bushels. A year ago it stood at
C4.600.ooo bushels, an increase of 2 800 000
Bradstreefs visible shows a corn decrease
, l-r;-"" bashela an oats decrease
or 870.0OO bushels.
Terminal receipts in cars were reported
by the Merchants" Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay
Portland Tues... 10 A
Year ago s 8 'f 7 n
Season to date..20!l 10 44 tk
Tear ago 132 l04 y4 ' -
Tacoma Monday ID
J ear ago 1 ... '
Season to date.. 134 12 -it ,7
J ear ago 40 17 " I 3i
S-aitle Monday. 12 1 :1?
Year ago 9 7
Season to date.. 91 6 36 -7 i,-?
TIKLOCK CANTALOUPES NEXT WEEK
Imperial Valley Shipping Season i No
The season for Southern California canta
loupes is drawing to a close. Only one car
arrived yesterday and not many are known
to be rolling. Cantaloupes from Tnrlock
should be in the market next week.
The first car of peaches from Yakima will
arrive this morning. They will be of the
Triumph variety and will sell for about 85
cents a box.
Apricot canning time has now arrived and
the fruit Js of go.d quality and reasonable
In price. Another car Is due from We
ratchee today. The hot wave cut down the
Eastern Oregon apricot crop.
Tomatoes are closely cleaned up. A car
will arrive this morning- from Merced and
Saturday there will be another shipment of
Merced tomatoes. Eastern Oregon green
corn of small size is in market and selling
at 2o30 cents a dozen. Crabapplea have
tppeared end are bringing 75 cents in half
boxes. BROADER CALL FOR TERRITORY WOOL
Foreign Grades Still Constitute Bulk of
In Its weekly market review Fibre and
Fabric, of Boston, sajs: "no
PPar that there Is a broadening de
mand for territory wools since the last few
S.v" b,utfore'Pi wools still constitute the
"Wl ?le-' a!"Sh not nearly so
great. The bulk of the business is apparentlv
-i,h.i, " r SOrae of the '"nf" houses
with the sma.Xr dealers getting a fair look
in on the new business now and then
The wool trade sees no chance as yet for a
break la prices either in the local market or
Jo the TVest. Graven are holding tlfjht. and
In lone imunees nrlt-M rirm.nH.,ri -...
week ago for certain clips have (one up. On
the other hand, some manufacturers seem to
trunk that domestic wool at almost any price
Is too dear because prices cannot be Increased
in the goods market to offset the increase In
the price of raw material. Tet In spite of
such an attitude treey are buying foreign
wools at ruling prices and seem to be bent
on accumulating quite a lot of It. although
the price may seem high, though possibly
below the replacement point whether here or
Butter Market Is Stead t.
The California demand for butter is not
so strong, but local prices are holding
Eggs are also steady at former quota
receipts are about equal to the de
Poultry arrivals were small and prices
remained firm. mrH hen. utiiinr i'i
cents. The demnnd for veal mas slack and
tne market was weak.
Batter sxiri Eggs In Storage.
1 ne National Warehousemen's report, out
Wednesday, showed the amount of eggs In
45 of the largest warehouse of the country
on July 1 at 3,751.000 cases against 2.J33.00O
cases the same date a year ago. an increase
of SIS, 000 cn.es. The butter holdings on July
1 were 42.331,000 against 43.381.SOO pounds
the same time a year ago. or a decrease of
R.nk rlrarlnes of the Northwestern cities
yesterday mere as follows:
Portland (1.S34 434 (124.5k:
cattle 2.3'.t4.t'.i 7H.30
lacuna l.TtrW ..1.215
bpokane 0S4.7O4 80.U3S
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS
Grain, Flour, Feed, Ete.
Merchants' Exchange, noon session.
Bluestem x ln-
, Ul L. 1UIU ....
,7 m 1.
Red Kussian . .
Oats No. 1 white feed.
Barley No. 1 feed ....
.August bluestem ......
August fortyfold ......
August club ...........
August Kussian ......
August barley ........
l-I.OLR Patents. ( a barrel; straights.
$5.40fc 3-bO; mhole wheat, (5.50; grauam.
M1LLFEED Spot prices: Bran. (2T4
27.50 per ton; snorts, (2a 6 28.00; roiled
barley. (25.50!1 2C..V.
CORN Whole, (3G per ton; cracked. (37
HAY Eastern Oregon timothy. (1617:
alfalfa, ( 1 2. 50 lis 1 3. 50.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Ljcal Jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL, FRUITS oranges, valenclaa
S3.75&4 per box: lemons. $3.5itS per box;
bananas. 5c per pound; grap. -fruit, California,
(3-iofe 3.23; pineapples. On 7c pr pound.
VEGETABLES Cucumbers. Oregon. 40W
75c per dozen; artichokes, 75c per dozen; to
matoes. (1.40'i 1.73 box; cabbage lylc;
per pound; head lettuce, (I per crate,
spinach. 5c per pound; rhubarb. 2tr3c
per pound; peas. 2 4c per pound; beans.
-'a''iz per pound; green corn, 25&30C per
HREEX FRUITS Cantaloupe.(2 & 2.73 per
crate; apricots, lio.,! .r box; peaches.
,oh.c per box: watermelons, ljP2'ac p-r
pound: plums. 75c ft (1.25 ler box; new ap
ples. l.JT.(y 1.5o per box; blackberries. (1.25
tl l--'" Per crate; blackcaps, $1.251.50 per
crate: raspberries, 85fc:tOc per crate.
POTATOES New. llc per pound
ON I ON S ( 1 tl.3Q per sack.
Dairy and Country Produce,
Local Jobbing quotations:
EOGS Oregon rauch. buying prices: No. 1
-4c; No. 2. 21c; No. 3; 17c per dozen. Job
bing prices: No. 1. 20c per dozen.
POULTRY Hens, 12&12Vic: broilers. 18
5 20c; turkeys. 20 21c; ducks, old loc;
young, 1541 20c; gecs nominal.
BUTTER City creamery, cubes. extras,
2Sc; firsts. 20c; seconds. 25c; prints and
cartons, extra; butter fat. No. 1, 2'Jc; sec
ond grade. 2c less; country creamery cube.
25 lJs 'a 211 '.ic.
CHEESE Oregon triplets. Jobbers" boring
price. 3)ic per pound f. o. b. dock. Port
land; youig Americas. I4ic per pound.
VEAL Fancy, l10Vc per pound.
PORK Block. lifipic per pound,
Local Jobbing quotations:
SALMON Columbia Kiter 1-paund tails,
(2 3o per dozen; s-pound flats, (1.50:
1-pound flats, (2.0O; Alaska pink, 1-pouna
HONEY Choice. (3.23 per case
NL'TS Walnuts. 15j :4c per pound; Bra
zil nuts, 15c; filberts, 14?24c; almonds. IV
x22c; peanuts. tic; cocoanuts, (1 per doa ;
pecrtns. lufc 20c; chestnuts. 10c
BEANS Small white. 5.70c; large white.
5Hc; Lima.-5 -fee: bayou, 5. One; pinks. 4. HOC
COFFEE Roasted, in drums, 31H933.c.
SUGAR Fruit and berry. (H uo; beet.
18 70; extra C, (6.40; powdered In barrels.
(7.15; rubt-a, barrels, S7.30.
SALT Granulated, (15.50 per ton; half
grounus, loin. 10.55 per ton; 50s, (11.30 per
ton: dairy. (14 per ton.
RICE Southern bead. 6l4frc: broken
4c per pound: Japan style. lB5i,c.
DRIED FRUITS Apples. 8c per pound;
apricots. 13'tr l&e; peaches. 8c; prunes. Ital
ians, &i 9c; raisins, loose Muscatels. 8c; un-
oieacneu sultanas, t c; seeded. 0c; dates.
Persian. lOc per pound; fard. (1.65 per box;
Hons. W00L, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 1915 contracts, nominal; 1914 crop,
121 12 Vic per pound.
HIDES Salted hides. I3(ic; salted kip.
IGc; salted calf. ISc; green hides, 14c- gre-n
kip. 10c; green calf, loc; dry hides. 25c; dry
WOOL Eastern Oregon, medium, 25W
2SHc: Eastern Oregon, fine, 19'a21Vac; Val
ley. 26 30c.
MOHAIR New clip, 8081c per pound
CASCARA BARK Old and new. 4'4'.ic
PELTS Dry long-aooled pelts. IS Vic; dry.
short-wooled pelts. 11 Vac; dry shearlings,
each, 10&15c; salted shearlings, earn, lit
25c; dry goat, long hair, each, 13c; dry
goat, shearlings, each. lojJ20c: salted long
wool pelts. May, HU2 each. '
GRAIN BAGS In car lots. 8Ur: In t
than car lots, about H c more.
HAMS All sizes, 17018c; skinned.
lot18c; picnics. 12c; cottage roll. 15c
boiled, 17 27c.
BACON Fancy. 26i28c; standard. 123
23c; choice. 17Sr21c; strips, 17c
DRY SALT Short, clear backs. 12H013C
exports. 14 lti'-jc: plates. Uei2Vc
LARD Tierce basis, kettle rendered, 14c;
standard. 12c; compound, 8Vic.
"BARREL GOODS Mess beef. (24; plate
beef, 25: brisket pork. 2t 50; pickled pork
feet. (12.50; tripe. (UflOfa. 11.00; tongues. (30'
KEROSENE Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons, loc; special drums or bar
rels, 13Hc; caspa. 17HV20VSC
GASOLINE Bulk. 12c; cases, 19c; engine
dlstallate, drums, 7Hc: cases, 7Vic; naptha,
drums. 11c; cases. 19c
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels. 77c; raw.
cases. 32c; boiled, barrels, 1'jc; boiled, cases.
TURPENTINE In tanks. 61c; in cases,
68c; 10-case lots, lc less.
BIG SHERIDAN HAY CROP PROMISED
Grain Harvest Is on at Same Time and
Banner Year Expected.
SHERIDAN. Or.. July 13. (Special.) All
the hay In this section is down and with
continuing good wtather will be baled In
good shape. Late rains have made the sea
son Just a week later than usual and th
result will be that the hay snd grain harvest
will go'on together. Binding of grain has
The hay crop Is unusually heavy, accord
ing to balers, but the acreage Is small. This
is due to the large acreage of grain. Ths
farmers here are expecting a banner year
In the grain harvest, as the late rains in their
Judgment have done much good. A farmer
said yesterday Ciat If it rained now nearly
all the hay , would be spoiled. While the
weather looked threatening Sunday. It
cleared up yesterday.
STRAWBERRY YIELD IS RECORD.
Small Patch at Wallowa Establishes Mark
for Quantity and hlze.
WALLOWA , Or.. July 13. I Special )
In a patch of strawberries belonging to C
J. Allen, only 30 feet by 80 feet. 103 gal
lons of berries already have been picked,
and it has been estimated that there alii
be about 200 gallons more.
The berries are the "Gold Dollar" and
"New Oregon" varieties. They are large
solid and of a deep red color. Twenty-four
berries fliled a quart measure and eight
berries laid side by side measured 13 Inch's
The season in the Wallowa Valley for
berries Is much later than In many sections.
A few years ago It was thought that ber
ries could not be raised here on account of
the late frosts.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. J.:!y 1:4. Raw sucar easy
centrifugal. 4.83il5 86c; moiasses. 't uoj
I.oi-c; refined, steady.
WAR STOCKS WANTED
Record High Prices Are Scored
by Numerous Issues.
STEEL IS ALSO IN DEMAND
Improromcnt In Railway Traffic I
Shown by Decrease In Number
- of Idle Cant Gold Imported
From South America.
NEW YORK. July llTh. so-call.d wr
.111, allied Industrials and
julpmenta. comprUed the bulk ef ,h. trad
ing today. Highest prlcr, ev.r ncoTilmn
ere scored hv un.1.1.
t ,.rwBia" " Air Br...
.. l"er" -Motors at J7. Studebaker
, - - - -:m niMti m Kama or z
Idde r'",'"?., .- ProdJc,;
one . , . 7 p-inis to Its recent mrt.
"7, ""; of -" It later relinquished.
fhouh vzs: .r.1" .". -'-dy.
of K...-.. . . "D tro'ng resilslng
aL wrr.1?- ,h" 'nluVtry. Csn
o..t. c camo next In volume of
output. It was - ..- . ...
i.'rtT.Ht1 .'",.n1 In"r. "uch l'dlng stocks
L-onn., . . 7 r aciiic ana AmslKsmated
, - iciaii.ciy Quiet 1' T tr mm rm
tZn? rm, ,h"r,be'. the final hour with
fm-,,i "inn r-arific. Canadisa
I aclfic American C n. I . . .
e.l ' ' : , - """"l no Amalgamat
'o...Pt Wh'ch clo"J "odrste net
Total sales amounted to 61T.0OO shares.
nlirht almost a lort-
Korelpn ..K .. i . .
, - rer:ecte in a
. . me new rtritisrt war
!h. '",fr,,n b'" """C distinctly firmer,
though losing a trifle later on offerings of
An Interesting development of the ex
change situation was the receipt of gold
to the amount of 1.3w.n.0 from South
America, the importation being msn possible
because exchange naturally favors this mar-
- - luiuiMii is beginning to move
forward was seen on the lalest statement of
f he .7. , -'-I- T""",n,r oeereai., in
oi equipment of almnal
-...(-n. cars, compared wlih the preceding
" m v conumon wmn partly
- mj j a . uu.ix .i Hi jntfratite ommla
ion which -upnded rjmt lrtrrtMi tn
Forelcn cllln- of bonds waa on a rllmln
imhrfi i-ca today, but a lane art of to
tradinv was In .'tiltrr Kibi. nt-.i -r. -
fairs, par vatuf. air rssiris rl w n
I'nited Pialr-a bonds -were unchanferfoo call!
CI3S1XG STOCIC QUOTATION.'.
. , P!s. Iflh. Iw. bt.l.
Ainnka f!o!l . . . . :i.;,mi 7, .174
Atnal rnnrifr wiiii -si- . 79
Am Bret Iruear. ini 4: 4s
American ("an . . f-4.'H .".t S S Tirt
Am fc'm & liefg. 0.oi) "fJ 771 77 z
. '!o I'M 10 il
Ant Sue Hfr-. 40A tft 107 107
Am T Tel.. boo ltA ).oU iou
Am Tnhiffi. .
Aicnwon l.fHn joo jrt jfo
Hr K;ip Transit. 3n S7 x si
Cal Frtroirum . . r.ini .3 iZ i:t in
CanaJ I'ai.f.c. S.3'rt J 4 r. 1 C 14.:S
rent I.f athap . a ai a 1 . ,7
Ches 4k fthlQ '-(Ml ZlC S7 :i7
'-ni cj w 1 ;
c h rit a- e r . a..
Oh I & N W . . 7 " 3 j J
fhlno Copper. . . il.'jfto 41', "-if, .2 4 -, ti
Colo F JC. Iron 1 aLsti -"t e- 1 1
Colo Southern. ...... .TT..
i' ft n u 4
niRt Securities.. ViO w '.-.tJ -.
C.en Kleetrt". . . . B.'llHI 1S l.T'iu 1
Cr North pf.l... o.l 1 1 7 S 11', 1 1 II .
'jr Nor Or, ctfs. 3.-O.I ;-, :i4 .'IT.1:
fluif ainheim 1.x. ".is.o r.3 Um s-.'i
i"iii'i:H ienir-i, jf(o
lnr-Mt pf d . . 7oo 7?'- 7'J 14
InRTllrilltnn I ' r. '.... n . . . - .
Inter Hrvetri V 2
K C Fouthern... r-o o.- . Wtx -4
- -.. - . - - j . 1 . 1111. jai 11
Louis Nash.. l.ioo lir.ii W I0S14
Vex Petroieum. 4.1'fo 74 7 ! i- 7111.
Miami c.,p -,'iki -tC i-.
M K T -..n
i-nicn i.ey. 1. 7.011 11V 141 111
Vo rieirie 1 4 .... , 11
Nat'l lrjd 4. mi f.x fc-
Nevada Cop.... I.'joii li
N Y Central.... n o fc7
V Y. N H H.. S.loO
V . . I - .
700 in't io.Vu loiiv
4.IHO 3.'.H X
Pae Tel Tel. .
Pull I'sl Csr
:sx so e
"7 m r. I -
1 -7 H 1 i'.t S
81 67 1
7i "t" "
Ray Cons Cop. .
1 . r.nn
Roi k Il Co .
An nf. I
South PSclfle 1 AAA
South Railway.. immi
ii-nn.H.? Cop.. 1.700
Texas Co I.40O
Union Pacific... ..
do pfd imi
C S Fte.. jot :io,i
do pfd o 4"0
ftah Copper 5.100
Wabanh pfd ... ......
Went Cnlon S.Soo
Westing Flee... 7J,lo
jiontaiia Power - 47W
Total sales for the day. fliT.Ooo" snares.
NEW YORK BONDS
r S 2 reg 07 I do J .
1o couj. on 7 p,c t T- mL
V x :is reg mnT4,'P,nn. rt R 4'is.ins
do coupon loov. So Pacific 4
I". t. ' TrK ,,! iLn'on I'scirie 4s
s c n . .1014 do c, 4 SSJ
North Pac 4s. pas C ft steel 3s... 101
Am im ISm
Arizona Com 7
Cal ec Arizona
Cel.. Ac Hecla .-.
Centennial. . . .
Co:i Range Con
K Butte Copper
Creene Can . . .
Ile ltoyalle Cp
.''' Niiiluins Vines
.-, in. renin
IS iShsnnon. . . . . . .
' H Superior
12S Sup Bos Mln
S Sin ItfAM
3 I do pf.l 7.
5 iftah Cons
13 Vi Wolverine
Money, Exchange. Etc.
NEW YORK. July 13. -Mercantile paper
3a 3 U per cent. K v '
S-erllng. t.O-dar hills. 4.73; demand.
147075: cables. 4.77SO.
Bar sliver. 4Sc
Mexican dollars. 36e.
Government bunds, steady; railroad bonds
Tune loans, firmer: SO and DO days "tie
214 per cent; six months. 3r3H Per cent
Call money, steady; high. 2 per cent; low.
1 per cent; ruling rate, a per cent- last
loan. 2 per cent: closing bid. 1 p.r "cent;
offered at 2 per cent.
PAN FRANCISCO.Ju"ly 11 Mexican dol
lars. 4,Sc; drafts, sight. .V; telegraph. 4-,c
Sterling. SO days. 4.72H : demand. 4 77
I-OSDCK. July 13 -Bar silver. 22Ud ner
ShU Kin ""ll- 1U" P'r Mn' L.'nr rates.
J per'-cent. "1 ,hr" m"B--
Storks Dull t Ixindoa.
I-ONDON July IS In the American de
partment of the stock market. I nlti st:e,
steel. Canadian Pacific and I'r.io, Pacific
attracted attention In the forenoon on favor
able New York advices, but bui:na slack
ened later and the market finished dull but
w,;edy.mM,rr.k:P" Am.rlca go.d bord.
SAX KBAXCISCO TROnCCE MARKETS
Price Current la the Bay City ma .fruits,
BAN FRANCISCO. July 13 Butter Fresh
"teas, l-l'-c; prime firsts. 25Hc.
Eggs Fresh extras. ;oC; firsts. 21 ue- ee.
lerted pullet., 22c '
Cheese New. ifrUHc: young America
l:Sc; Oregons. litje.
.,"!"!"P""- 1175: asparagus
f . "i IrIn beans. 2&3c; ,i bssns.
JQ2Hc; limas. 7C7Sc; cucumbers. 1W
Onions California. B0 70c.
Fruit Lemons. I1.7S: grapefruit. $I
.; oranges. 1-VTiOJiO: bananas. Hawaiian.
1 2iJ; plneappl.s, Hswailan. IIOJ: at-
plesi. new crop. 74cfll;t.
Potatoes. Delta. .01.
IIOJllAM MII.I-S BESntE.
Lumber t amp. Eeiln Operations After jnly
HOCjriAM. Wa.h., Jolv IS f Sp-eclaL-After
the annual shutdom-n for the Fourth
of July, practically ail of the loislng camps
near Uoqulam m be la operauoa by ute
end of the week. A number of the larger
companies. Including the Poison. LortlDS
Company and the l.ytle Logging A Mer
rsntlle Company. started ork at their
ramr-s tods). others will be started to
morrow and the remainder will resume In
ine next lew days.
By tne end of the wek It Is exrece4
there mill be but few idle loggers la Jio.
NKW YORK. July 13. The market for cof.
fee futures, opened stesdy at an advance of
3 to 7 points In sympathv with tne steady
showing of Brazil and on some scattering
roterlng after yesterday'e late decline. There
was no Important demand, however, and
prices Ister eae, off under realizing end
trade Selling, which ttiMari-J a .e In.nlrl
by the large primary receipts end reports of
ratner treer offerings In tne cost and freight
market- The close was 1 to 4 points net
lower, sslea 22;;. July. !..lc; September.
t. ,..c: O-lnber, 7C: November. AfkOc: I ve.
cemoer. bi.t; Jsnuary. a .0J; February. 6 'jvc ;
Mar.-h. 0i.lc; Apr,;, o Uc; May. 7.-ic; June.
Spo; quiet: Rio No. 7. 7Sc; Santos No. .
-c. let ana rreignt ofrere ranged trnn
a,out s to la.vie for Santoe 4s end around
. .-r-e for Kle 7.
Hlo exchange on London was 1-33 lower.
lllgk PHce (or Ylrrlnla WeaL
PARKKKSfll-RO. W. Ve. July 13. Wooi
.I'm nareevs. ...r g II III
ry this year's clip lo the mills, are otter
ing what are said to be the best price la
10- ni.iorr ot t.ie west Virginia wool In
dustry, several ihotaaand pound were eol.l
yesterday In Bsrta.ur Coumr for 3. cents
a pound. T"he eultetlon as regards Autre
Hsn wool and the demand for moolen iwMta
fur V-.ienn.un , . ...
cauee of the high prices
ftlARKET FIRM AT YARDS
LIGHT IfOtJS 5EI.L AT 7JVa AT CIXE
Mrkrl A ranee la Price 4f kole
Lasebai Itrcrlpfa f 'attl
Arrivals at the stockyards yesterday mere
small and most of thg cattle that figure! !n
the transactions m-ere carried over from
Monday, mhich explains the quality and
prices of the majority of the sales.
In the ttog division a S7.&0 market de
veloped In the late tradings, after earlier
bunlnrss had been done at 47 3.1 and 1 7 .40.
Firmness prevailed In tbe mutton msrket.
A lot of choice lambs brought 4.f3. a nickel
lettcr than (tie old top, m hlle good ewes
brought full prices.
1 ne Official merrily markefl rennet of the
Portland Union Stork) aids Company says:
The fltst-of-the-mecl: run of csttln hrcan
w?th a resttration of lnoo head. Monday's
market starting otf brlakly at about steady
prievs on steers, a cerlod of choice ones
going at 7 for tons, others of a little less
quality bringing 10,70; she-stuff showed a
mesKnrsa and closed at ll to li cents oft.
tiogs do not show any Improvement In
regard to the character of offerings: out of
the ilTfO received, none were in prime Shane.
Market considered steady to a shade lower.
tops bringing 17. 40.
holce lambs no doubt would bring 14 Ml
ewes and wethers In proportion; ITuo
changed hands Monday morning at aa even
price with last meek."
Receipts were 7 cattle. 1G9 hoes and 14
sheep. Shlpcrs vcm;
Mllh hogs J. C. HuM.srd. Sunset. 1 car.
Witn succp W. W. ornlth. Curia.ili. 1
With mixed losls J. c. Davis. Shedd. 1
car rattle, hogs and shtep; A. C. Llbby, Jef-
icrion, a car noss ana sneep.
The days vale" wtre as follows:,
Wt Prtce.i wt Price.
- cows lUulJ 1j7 hoca --.hi : j..
lOroas ,...I'h. 4.Ti; 4 hogs .... -7 B :.o
1 helJer lfto r. J... I hog 4lo i"
3 sisks ... i-o e.fi 7 j,os .... ;ii 7 .v
lew 13.'.o I hegess .. lo
1 steer ...110 II J 3 cows ....lin & 40
1 'at lojo 3.10 . hogs .... 7M1 7ij
I sleer ....lK't 8l, J bota S4o .:;.
1 Sleer ....IO.IO 6 "i0. 1 hoe '.'Ill k Vi
-steers . . . 1 1 mi 6.7., i hog ..... 'tio n
SOateers U112 6.7i thun 17J 7ij
1 si-er .... eoo e.i'o 10 nogs .... 117 u.j
7 cows - 4...... & hose 11.) u
Acows .... lei 4 T j 1 bog ! 1, i-o
1 Cow T lJJ hol li.V ; ;i
1 calf . SM tle 7 hogs . IKS T 4o
:im .. --o 000 4 lam is ... :.o r. .J
I call .... -00 4 40 lamta ... 71 l
1 hog .... 4 10 6 3V Blumts r.l M vi
37 hors ... -II 7.. ;iamli' . . . 1.., u ;,o
Hhoci ... l.o 1 ;.. Hesrs .... 1 J I 3 .'ru
4 hogs ... ti-'7 ti Mi; j ewee .... w. 4 00
1 ho nl i 1 I ),,7 4,-.
3 hosa ... 3iri 0 1.'i lltan .... vs 3j
Prices current at the lecal etoekvwrds aa
the various classes of Stock;
Best ateera MSnsi.M
Good steers IHuitg
Milium eteers ami'is
Choice cows 6."&i6e
flood cost ....,... 21u;ihi
Helpers 4 7 -. -j.l .'.s
lienvy a.i'0 e 7 ou
Wethers 4 7JtMn
Kara Iim-M ;.ii
Lam he 4.I.IHU4M
Omaha IJeewtark Market.
OMAHA. Neb.. July 13 Hogs Receipts.
50"O lower. Heavy. M 1U1H.T5. light. 4 30
pigs, !. J ll'iu, bulk of sales. 1U j
Cattle Receipts. ?400. steady. Native
steers. 7 7ia 10.10. cows and heifers. BOou
as...; waii-rn steers. t0"OjH.-.fl: Texas
steers, Mi"iti77S: rows ar.d belfera. tU.bM
i; calves. tT.outf in no.
Sheep Receipts, lo.atm steady. Yearlings.
.-.0.1 7 ro; wethers, ll iiouO T": lamu.
Chicago Llvewtoa-k Market.
CHICAGO. July 13. Hogs Receipts. J-.'.-
Oi'o. st-afy at ester!sv-s sverages. Puik.
10 :w7 I.': light. IT 70 1 7 80: mixed. ! J
17 Ci; heavy. Id 47, 41 7.4U; rough, Stl.. ty
: pigs. (4 7&wT.tV. ,
tUe Receipt. 40. weak. Native beef
steers, $4.73tt 10.30: Western steers. $7.:uja
H 40 ; cows and heifers. 3 30tt3o; calves.
7 .''OS ll.oo.
sheeo Receirtv eeak. Sheen. IJIW
tfo-nai. Iambs, I47J j 11 40.
NEW YORK. July 13. Conpar. quiet:
electrolytic. 11.73 1 L'O.OOc.
Iron, quiet snd unchanged.
The metal exchange quotes tin quiet. 3S.23
The Metal Exchange quotes lead offered
Spelter not quoted.
Naval bio res.
SAVANNAH. Ua.. July IS Turpentine.
firm, llliic Sales, 4I; receipts. 1B; ship
ments. 17:t; stock. 2J.T17.
I'.osln. firm: aa:es. 1.14: receipts. 2207:
shlt.ments. i- stock. H.4o. tuote: AH.
iniimrnil. . -', B(raa-K. n a lyuoia: All
J 5i; C. L. I I O.I; K. S S 13: K. 3 SO; fi, 11. I
1 -JO; K. 1,1 Tn; W. N. j.)uAj.:u
Wti. f').lbej: WW. 'l40Ci4j.
o, li. 1.
Iaadam Waaot beleav.
LONDON'. July 13. A ml.cellaoatous ae-
letlon con. latins of afo l.alea waa offered
at the wool auction sales today. Poor classes
were slow and easy to buy. while fine comb.
Inra met with a brisk demand. Queens-
lsnd scoured reawllled Us 8bd-
Ctila-asce Isalry ITodoee.
CHlACiO. July is. Hutter, lower; rrearn
Krss. unsettled: receipts. 17.1S4J caaaa; at
ixrk caaes Included. ItaflTUe: ordinary
first.. liS . firsts, l'l O 17 c.
Irled Fruit at -w York.
NSW TOK1C July IJ. K vapors ted apples.
dull. Prunes, firm. Peaches, quiet.
ruluth IJoar.d .Market.
PIT.fTH. Minn., julv 11. Unseed, rub.
fl.31: July, f I.T14: Kepterater, 1.T1.
t "tton MarVet.
NCr TOrtK, July 1 ".Motion, spot oulet
mlddllns uplands, t.a.-,c. No salra.
Haays at Narasi Yerk.
NSW TOR K. July 11 Hops, firm.
PATENT LOCK DELAYS MAIL
Patrons Walt Vhlle roMmtsler
Solven Illddle or 1-tIc.
VAXCOrvER, Wash.. July 13 Sne-
elal. The new patent' lock on the
United States mall bags materially de
layed mail delivery at the substation.
at the D. A. Colllnxs store, today, when
tne 10c lc could not be opened. Theie
a but one key. and this Is kept at the
malm office two miles from .Station A.
when Jfr. Colllnzs received the sack
this momtnit patrons were required to
wait write tne sack waa sent to the
main office, unlocked and then re
turned to the substation.
BUCK RUST SCARE
Wheat Soars on News From
Dakotas and Minnesota.
REPORTS RAE CONFIRMED
(Yilcaro Market Tarn Qalrklr I'ront
YVrak nrm.m to Mrcntli Kxport
T Iluvln- on Ijarsrcr feralr.
t'asli I'miilum IHsapprarw.
CHICAtlO. July li mark rust reports
' ma 1'aaoiaa and Minnesota toiSsy
uuira.lv turned the mSeet market from wrsk
ncas to strength The result was a firm
close at So to :e net a4anre.
At firwi. the black run news met mlth
Incredulity, Wheat trsderm, however, oulrk
' woke up mhea the retorts mere c-onflrmed
from the South liaknla Arrlrult..,! I .
Ier. and It ia stated the conditions were
exactly the kind te promote a ppreed of the
" Almost simultaneously the fact de.
veloped that exporters were buying much
more freely than has recently been the caee.
Throughout the ret of the session prices
-n ueo ae.-!oea:y oa the upgrade, with an
urgeot general demend headed by a big
ruh of shorts, notwithstanding that crop
Infection appeared aa yet t be restricted
aa just a lew points
Preesure from rrrrlalna hmi.M i.,n..,i..
hedging a alee from te barvret districts
of I'hnola end other regions nearby, aai
rh-efly rrenoralhle for the heaviness of tbe
whmt msrket before the black rut scare
r-ven after the market, as a whole.
waa scoring an advance, tbe July option
showed lees lgor tbsa the later deliveries.
When trading waa et mn rail, the greeter
oa aoe premiums lor reah m heal bere.
as compared with July, had dlaappeare.l.
Corn eaeed off on account of Improved
weather, and the early sag In wheat values.
Buyers were scarce. After oprnlng I w c
down to a shade advance, the market under
went a limited decline all aro-jnd. Subse
quently mhen wheat started upgrade, cora
followed, but met with ronalilerahie oppo
siilon. The close, though, was strong at
the lima ss laat night to c hlglier.
In the oats trade buying wss res'.iirted
mainly to resting orders not operative e
crpt et loeaes to sellers.
Provisions score.!, .harp gains. Ttellel
e-nvd general lriaa.il leest for the pre. rot
luiuloa-lng selee hsd come 10 sn end.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Own. an-H 1 ..
Jy'y H"' 11 is 1107' intu
I.le 1.05 l.lVi l.OtV
7V .7'l, Tim -St
... .:iv .:i ;jie
July 47U .- ...
p- J .at .37 ':
""Pt. 14 II. 10
Oil li.li 10.JJ
I a ..;,
Pt I Tl Sta aTa
Oct IT .....
"ah nrlr.s were:
Wheat No. - rl a , .. , . . ... .
'orB -No- l!ow. 71 He; ethers nominal.
No. S. nominal; No. 3. 114c.
1 Carlcy 71 u 7c
Timothy t . iotri 7 a.
Ci..ei (4 ay 13. ;i.
Krlinary rrceipts Wheel. J4.00 rt
l.Tsl.tro bushels: cr.rn 1:4 aa . o.y
buahrla: oals. alMivj a 414.(K busbela
Shll.uenie W-.-!. r:i.,Mi a. J 1 7 4
bu.i.e,.. can. 3t2.0. a .V.4.OU0 bushels
oeta. 43.ilo. as 4o7.e4 buahela.
earaar.a-w heat. ?7J.oo buahela; corn
4.." bushel., oats. J.3.u bushels; f,ogr.
orelga CirxUa Markets.
I.IVKRItlOU July 13. Ca.h wheal. 14
hicuer to Sd lower, turn ur.(.hanged to ted
hisher; osta Vd lower.
lU'ENOS Alnno. July it xv-y....
rbecgrd; com unchanged to Va lower.
Mtanceiraolie t.rala Market.
MINNKATtlLIS. Julv 13. Wheat: July
1 H ' 1 Set temi.er. S 1 .ST : No. a l..e.i
SI 43. No. I northern. $1.1 4 1.44 t-; No 2
not I hern, tl -1 S t1 4IS.
ataiirv. uawioc: Hat, (1.(17 O I
.atern UHeait Markets.
ITLI TH. July U. Wheat rloaerl Jl.
I lis h'd; September. ILSfe bid; Decem
ber. 4104 bl.l.
KANSAS C1TT. July 11 Wheat eln. .
July llvl; September. tc; Lercember.
ST l.nfts. Ju;y 11 Wheat cloaert- Jl.
H44 b'd; September. II.OIS bid; Decem
ber. 1 i a s
WIVXII'IM. Julv 1J Wheat e!r.eeA I..I.
II r; iviober. i.0i a.ked.
Clraia at Kaa Fraaaa-lBrei.
KAN rKANCISCO. Julr 13. Soot a..r.la.
tl..ne W alls, 1.70 u L T J : re. I Huaan,
l :U1.T7S: Turkey red. II I31S: blue-
stem. ftlii'.lu. teed barley fle?Hr)l iu
whl:e oela. 1 1 4 1 u I 4 7 l, ; bran. :;bji,
micdilnga. ::-rll. aiiorta. S:nar.o
t a. I board Harley. December II.J4.
Iage eveaaci t.rwlaa Market a.
er 1T11 1.- - - k u .- ... . ...
............ ....... , nT 1 , lira i : ai 1 ua.
stem. 11 ul: fortfois. tw-.c, club, sxc; fife,
""c; red Kussian. ..;. Barley. ;j.lo per ton;
Inlrrilav'a rar rrr.li.n. yy-K .
3: corn. 1; bay. 1; flour, 4.
T" C vi . a.- - . .
- ww., a. cwea: a:oepiero
XI 1 . -. Inrl . Inl.l too. .1 .... . - . a . . . .. -
cr receipts: wheat. IK; 'barley. S. corn, "l;
MINING ACTIVITY GAINS
mi PKOPKHTT 1 BOIIKMIA DIS
TRICT FJPIXTEU TO HEJl'MP.
Steady Advaare ef Qaleksllarrr la
PHm Iwaplres llepe That Mlse
YUI Be Heopeaed.
COTTAGE GKOV13. Or.. July U.
(Special.) Itrports of renewed activi
ty In the llohemia district Include a
rumor that the larce Champion prop,
erty will scaln become active. This
closed down last reafon after a short,
but successful, run. because of some
difficulty over the ownership. It is ex
peeled thnl as soon as Manncrr Hard
returns from his extended K.tetern
trip he will announce an active season
at his properties. More small proper
ties are active than there have been
for a number of seasons. Several lor.s
of supplies are bein hauled Into the
Lronir placer claim.
The advance In the price of copper
and lead jives encouragement to the
development of Copper and lead pro
ertles. The Ilohemia district I the
only one In the state ha vine shown
lead In paylnar quantitlea and one of
two camps In the state having a cop
per production last year.
With quicksilver steadily advancing
In price there Is a hope that the bis
quicksilver mine at Ulack Hutte. which
has been Inactive for several years,
will resume. Quicksilver has more
than doubled In price since the mine
The state eolocical survey win
make an examination of these d la
trlcts this season.
LAND BOARD MUST DECIDE
CVntral Orfffon Irrigation Cms Ho.
q utrr ft Pcrinlie Action.
SALRM. Or.. July IS. f Spclal.
Th I--.rrt I-.-nd Ilonrd At it rxtxl
rift'inc will b called npon lo ttk
4efinu aciioo on th t&cc crcc
The First National Bank
OF PORTLAND, OREGON
FIFTH AND MORRISON STREETS
Capital and Surplus ------ $3,500,000
This Bank is authorized under the National Rank
Act and the Federal Reserve Act to accept interest-bearing
Time Deposits and Savings Accounts.
on Iho Central Orecon Irrigation Com
pany's project, J..I10 Thycn, of licnd).
having- applied fur a deed l. I .and In
volving that question. Mr. Thycn has
a contract (or 19 acres, for seven of
which the company refuses lo deliver
The Federal Government recently
warned the elate against luinc deeds
under the Carey land act until there
was a water right an. I a sufficient
water supply for every Irrigable acre
In the tract. li was Indicated that if
threat arondltlona were not i.rtmnl.rf
with the title to Iho land would bo !
acieasinie and It nilxht bo ncccss.. ry
to revoke the state a patents. The
board must now aslther rasa defeasible
tltlo 10 the settlers on the project or
el adjust tho excess acreage que.
Hon before Issuing deeds to these
PRUNE CROPJS PROMISING
I'l-ofxr-t for Ulg Vlcld Nr Hldce
ItirKIEFIKIJ). Wash.. July IJ
r-'rK-iaL) Tbe frost-eels for a b.-t-cp
prune yield than treJlcte.1 earlier
In tho year are much brighter arxl a
rair prune crop Is expected In the
enlern sanction of Clarke County,
which Includes UMgeneW. rione. r.
Kr and Kell.l
Al present the prunes are larre.
Some of the grower, are of the opin
ion that Trost In the early 8princ hurt
the blossoms little In the uplnnj,
while the orn sections of country
here was Injured. Filberts and wal
nuts, of which there are a number of
small aereases around this place, ap
peared to have been affected by the
cold early in the 5-prinir. Many of the
walnuts have recently fallen from the
Catnpt Near A bortl re-n rtcnuiite.
ABEHDKEX. V.,hn July U.ft-pe-ral.)lTactical!y
all mills and loB.
irlntr csmpa In the vtcinlly of Aberdeen
and lio'itiiam have resumed operations
fter a short July Un shutdown. Ilun-dra-ds
of those who pars the holidays
in the harbor cities returned to sork
Monday. The lance Poison camp and
those of the Coals-Kordney people
i aii.v xtrrroKoi fHaicAL Hi roKr.
atlRV;AHn Ju,y "-"'mum l-mpe,-
he i a. . -. " ' eet: rt.ar ce tn
I--v,hr"'1-1. ' fo" T. 'al ra.nf.l.
,'',' "L 1 M J: m-h. Total r.m
m...i07. fT-'ember I. 1,1, 3T: lricfr.:
nVT, L J' Inch..: d.fl-iencv. !; In.-hea.
Total sunehioe. 1 Hour, J. min,il.s. p.,.t,
' "fs aa.inutea. K.romner arejurrd to
sea l.aell f I; M . j in. hra
f I ? I
a. a o
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4 V O
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. - :o Va -a ear
l'.l 1 : t-W la our
a 0.1 4 a-.uurt -
4. 1 a 4 T7 i-.oaia
4o , s W llaln
: W Ha la
. oca a lialn
7 at It S , .U(!j
Tl .lv I N W It cl.-udr,
Th baroiDirr I- rlit iy nv vr tm
R'Kkf Moinuin and r.at U fiy h )c H
:r.t Ni-riti I'ac.f.c ? ii r mt,tx
ttunlr iorm hm twcu.r-M in Nf t n -t-
rn oifion. Whlncton. 4 io u ri ni M
M,ra atial in tr.an of l At ot.o
ilwsv. Ii n much ra-.s. r i- ltM 0-rl. t
and la th N on Ivrii Hx-ky 3kiount:n &
nJ th M ' iur. :.cy
Th roDtin ion- a: faort.. for Kn
ri:jr fair mrathrr in th itrict Wisinea.
daj turn m Ktrrn W i.it.cion n-l
Soft hern tdah. wi.i th f.r raihr
. rr--tTi"l bjr iho-rt ll : b irmT
in iho riinor nf V Mirn (tiui, h4 la
tii interior of W-nat-rn U iftbacidO.
rortruid ted lclnUr Fair and -trir;
Uffft n Fair; nrmr latnor Mt por
lior ; nofi H m eirtr .4-.
Win;n ton Kip w-t. ahora fo..or4
by lair sr-witt portion; trmtr Infccrlc-r
Jlah rrobab:jr f-r aou'h. hovr eonh
Kl'WARD A. BKAU. t:trirt Portrui-tr.
Ixvctlnff Itcunicl Near Krlo.
KELSO. Vdnh-. Julr 1 S tSnrctal.)
Thi Inrrmn-PouUfn ILoKKlnip Company,
t..ufaul.ft leorginc Company an J Mult
nomah liox 4k Lumber Company trc r
pumtntr operations In their ramp near
hfr thla week. foMr.wmc t t.o Kourt h
of Jnlv ahtHr.wn, Ti- I'rt 'a nrj I -Mm-
A general baokinc bcalneaa
Interest paid oa tiata deposits.
Ceswswerelal letters ef Creall
Kitkssis aw LasaaJwxa, Castas at.
kssskt aaS S.lai.
Corner Second and Stark Sta.
F. C. MA LP AS. Manarer.
r-'r Company ratnra at C. t !-. : n tne l also
reeumed 01.. -ration last wa-rk after a
shutdown of more than two years. The
Hamn-.on.l Liintirr Company camps
hae not resumed and ml proi.t.:
not recommence operations until after
t t'."t ..t
Th Cost s I-css
ALL THE WAY BY WATER
Ua at P. l .. Medwe.day.
t- Irwt t Is..
San Francisco, S 1 2.0 0
Santa Iiarhara. $20T00
Los Angeles... $203
San I)ic?o S22700
llw Itenle If Yeaa
I ralrl In
-THE THKU LINE.-
KtltKKA AM .V lt((o
T. A. KILRUKN
all lrdaraiaa, Julv Kh
Ticket Office 122 A Third St.
I'honrs y.a'm 1311. A 1.111.
""" Claaaae i: Ituwiel
t eaaa ferf ahlav.
I trsaallr A s teas.
S. S. BEAR
Sail. Kreaaa Ala.aarwrtk llerk
A. M.. Jl LV IS.
loaxelaseas M I lee as a
t elwaaakla Hilar,
All Itate. lerlaaaie
sseartlas swat leai law
1 akin aad Sara lew
1 a aa ar'raaetaeas at 1'a.rtlaaat a.
7 T la Ira m m 4 Waahlasiea Slav
(-III, 4..-U .It. A. J,, lea., I,k Ura.4.
-ay Jiai. a SIL.
I anpaf ala (leaerala Trsaaellxsliqaa.
I1TAI. MK It tl.
SaaTngs From NEW YORK to BORDEAUX
NIAGARA July 21. 3 P. M.
CHICAGO Jul 3I. 3 .. M.
KSPAGNK Auk. 7. 3 P. M.
ROC1IAMHKAU ...Aup. II 3 P. M.
KO I VKlKM ATION- AITLT
C. . MIDirr, se lh at : A, 1. harltaae.
IV. waaarrlw -. M . lailr. . M. at m.
I". Ili.i la.aa-ae It. taraallh. lie Sal l : . .
hel.aaaa. tee X4 .1 ; 11. 1,1. a.,,,, ji ka.h
lractaa al.; .Vralh laawa. Kaaaaal. Hit earl Mail,
xo-i '. r. Mrlailaa.1, mi anal Va ..a.aae laaa
eaavt 1 It. Il.ftr. ; lal mi lual lakaaal.
North Bank Rail TTIV
26 Hours' Ocean Sa.il i; i- '
l"tt Trpe-S-r.w 74-Kr.oU l'.--5'a
tv, -t.KKxT MISTIII lt- "V
e.v"NuuuiiK r.ttisic- Iw 1 -f
t.ree Taeaaata). Tlaarwalaxv earl Sataratar.
fTramrr train lesaee North liana. staT'rn
St .a.. At ; lur.eh ab.aM aMj.; r-atr.aes
'I I'lMJf" I IS IV al Deal als.
I...IRI.S SI Kt It K AT IKIU.Iir UIl
NUKTH IttNIi TKKh.r UIIUK.
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