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TTTE MOHNIXG OREGONTAX.
BL M'LQUGHUN WINS
Strachan Gives World's Ten
nis Champion Hard Tussle.
MATCH GOES FIVE SETS
Johnston, by Defeating GrKfin,
Earns Right, to 3Iect Mclaughlin
in Final Special Ponbles
riay, East vs. West, Today.
SAN FRAXCISCO. July 15. It took
Maurice McLoughlin, world's champion
tennis player and former United State-!
champion, five sets to defeat John
Strachan, the California state cham
pion, to demonstrate today his title to
Play in the finals singles match of
the Exposition tournament which will
be held on Saturday on the courts of
the California Lawn Tennis Club. Mc
Loughlin won by scores of 3-6, 6-3.
6-2, 4-6, 6-2.
Strachan played brilliantly and bad
not the breaks in the luck and his
over anxiety been against him, would
have stood a fine chance of lowering
McLoughlin's colors. Time after time
with the score 40-love or 40-15 in his
favor and only one point necessary
to annex the game, Strachan drove
easy returnB far outside of the base
line In an attempt to rush McLoughlin.
JohDKtOB DtfcnJs Griffin.
William Johnston, by defeating Clar
ence Griffin 6-3, 6-4, 2-6, 6-3 today,
will be McLoughlin's opponent for the
John Strachan and "William John
ston had no difficulty in disposing of
M. and A. Rosenberg in straight sets,
6-0, 6-4, 6-2, and Dean Mathey and G.
M. Church, the Princton doubles team,
easily eliminated Norrnsn Ambrose and
K. Bass, and the winners of these two
matches will be opposed in the finals.
After losing the first set to Mrs. H.
A. Niemeier. 2-6, Miss Anita Meyers
took the next two sets and the match,
6-3, 6-3. Miss Meyers will piay Miss
Marjorio Wales, the 17-year-old school
girl, of the San Francisco Poly High,
in the finals Saturday.
Raait and AVe.it to Meet.
It was announced tonight that play
tomorrow would consist of doubles
matches between the "East and the
West in which Maurice McLoughlin
and Thomas Bundy, of California, will
oppose Church and Mathy, of Prince
ton. The first team is the national
champions, while the latter was the
runners-up at lact year's tournament
for the title. John Strachan and William
Johnston, cf California, will be op-'
posed by the Harvard University play
ers, R. X. Williams, the present nation
al singles champion, and W. M. Wash
burn. The summary:
Men's sihples Maurice McLoughlin beat
John trachan 3-6, 6-2, 6-2, 4-6, 6-2; "Will
iam Johiunon beat Clarenos J. Grlffitn 6-3,
5- 4. 2-6. 6-3.
Women's singles Miss Anita Myers beat
Mrs. H. A. Niemeier 2-6, 6-3, 6-3.
Men's doubles J. Strachan and William
Johnston beat A. and M. Rosenberg 6-t,
6- 4, 6-2. Dean Mathey and G. M. Church.
Princeton University, beat Norman Ambrose
and F. Bass 7-5. 6-3, 6-2.
With the exception of Church and
Mathey all the players are San Fran
NEITHER 3IAKS TEXX1S PLAY
Only One Match Played in Ladd
Tourney, McClintock. Winning.
Again the weather conditions were
Fuch that but one match was played
yesterday in the Ladd Tennis Club
tournament, which is nearing to a close.
Donald McClintock took a hard-fought
match from K. R. Deering. 6-2. 3-6. 6-1.
Twelve matches have been scheduled
for today on the clay courts of the
club. The first set will start promptly
at 10:30 o'clock this morning and the
last contest is slated for 7 o'clock to
night. Following is the schedule:
10:30 A. M. Harriet Johnson vs.
Gladys Harrison, R. Zanello vs. Lorna
11 A. M. B. Povey vs. E. Zanello.
11:30 A. M. Mabel Ryder and E. Du
Bruille vs. B. Povey and L. Brown.
5 P. M. Richard vs. Wallace, Mat
tison vs. Harmon.
5:30 P. M. Pitts vs. Sheen, Burdick
6 P. M. Howe and Sherman vs. Lee
3om and Belcher, Munson vs. winner
6:30 P. M. Alice Tucker and Charles
Smith vs. 13. Zanello and Sherman, Joy
vs. winner Burdick-Seufert match.
7 P. 11. Leedom vs. winner Pitts
Sheen match, McClintock vs. winner
EVERS SrilRTS TURMOIL
TEXER TO INVESTIGATE ATTACK
OX INTEGRITY OF BASEBALL.
Braves' Leader, Quoted aa Saying Ins
pires M ere Instructed to Make Clone
Race, Says He Spoke In Heat.
NEW YORK, July 15. John K. Ten
er. president of the National League,
announced today he would go to Bos
ton tomorrow to investigate an as
sertion said to have been made bv Cap
tain Johnny Evers, of the Boston
Braves, during the progress of Tues
day's game, reflecting on the integri
ty of organized baseball.
BOSTON. July 15I-Remarks alleged
to have been made from the sidelines
by Captain Evers. of the Boston
Braves, during last Tuesday's game
with the St Louis Cardinals, which
are to be the subject of an investiga
tion by President Tener, followed a de
cision by Umpire Rigler. who decided
Bob Bescher safe at the plate on a
close play. A local newspaper report
ed Kvers as saying:
"They're trying to get the crowds
out: they're only following instruc
tions. They've ordered a close race:
leave them alone, boys. They're only
Evers later expressed Indignation
because his remarks had been inter
preted as a claim that the National
League race was "fixed." He said:
"i claim no such thing. I've been
in baseball long enough to know bet
ter. To be sure, I might have said
anything on the ballfield. When an
umpire hands you one like Rigler did
at the home plate what you say will
mvariaDiy De the result of hard feel
ing at the time."
PORTLAND YOUTH OXE LEADER
Arthur Silverman Survives Play In
California Tenuis Tourney.
UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA,
Berkeley, July 15. (Special.) Arthur
Silverman, of Portland, is one of the
fix men to survive the play in the
annual University of California Sum
mer session tennis tournament. Sil
verman yesterday eliminated K. S. Bax
ter, 6-1, 6-3. Two Oregonians were
eliminated in this same round. Levi
Austin, the former Pacific University
trackman. losing to J. D. Baker, 6-0,
6-1. and F. Thordansen, of Corvallis,
falling before Vergil Sheldon, the Stan
Coupled with Austin. Silverman has
also qualified for the second round in
the men's singles. They will play
Siegle and Hatt for a place in the semi
finals. Silver loving cups have been
offered the winners in both singles
TEXXIS CLCB HOLDS ELECTION
A. J. Matter Chosen President at
Irvington Park Meeting.
Officers of the Irvington Park Lawn
Tennis Club were elected at the annual
meeting of the organization the first
of the week. A. J. Matter was chosen
president. S. G. Tuers vice-president,
F. O. Joy secretary-treasurer. J. A.
Addleman and J. M. Myers trustees.
The report of the treasurer indicated
that the club was in a most prosper
ous condition sufficient to warrant ex
tensive improvements of the clubhouse
and grounds. This will be done in the
near future. A special committee was
appointed to complete arrangements
for the first annual tennis tournament
to be held under the auspices of the
club next month.
FEOS GET "WAR FUND"
HARRY SINCLAIR WITH $1,000,000
TO CONDUCT CAMPAIGN.
Outlaw Leunt Not Only to Int Club
In New York, but to Invade Bon
ton, Detroit or Cleveland.
NEW YORK. July 15. Vice-President
Ward, of the Federal League,
confirmed the report that a war fund
of $1,0.10,000 had been collected at the
recent meeting of the league in this
city and said Hi rry Sinclair, owner of
the Newark club, had been selected to
carry out the Federal League cam
paign because of his agressi veness and
ability to deal with baseball problems.
M". Ward said the money was in Sin
clair's possession and that It would
be used in forwarding the interest of
the league as a whole.
CHICAGO, July 15. New territory
will be invaded by the Federal League
next season, it was announced today by
James A. Gllmore, president of the
organization, in confirming the report
that the league headquarters will be
moved from Chicago to New York
within the next two weeks. Plans are
being completed, Mr. Gilmore admitted,
for a new circuit in 1916. and that
clubs may be launched In Boston, De
troit or Cleveland. It has already been
decided upon, he said, to place a club
in New York.
President Gilmore said the Federal
League was never in better shape.
"What is a loss, say of $25,000 a
year for each club?" he said. "We are
willing to stand that for three years
or so, and then some."
ROAD BONDS FAVORED
SOUTHERN OREGON UNIT FOR
flO.OOO.OOO STATE PROJECT.
Medford and Ashland Join Other Cltlea
In IndorinR S. Benaon'a Plan
for Great Michvcny System. .
MEDFORD. Or., July 15. (Special.)
The State Highway Advisory Com
mission composed of S. Benson. J. H.
Albert and Leslie Butler, accompanied
by State Highway Engineer Cantine.
County Judge Gillette, of Josephine
County, and Commissioner Nichols, of
Douglas County, arrived in Medford
today on a tour of inspection of the
Jackson County highways. They were
met at the north end of the county by
members of the County Court and es
corted over the route of the Pacific
This afternoon the committee, ac
companied by members of the Com
mercial Club, motored to the Califor
nia line inspecting the Siskiyou grade.
A special meeting of the Medford
Commercial Club was held in the pub
lie library building at which the pro
posed state highway bond issue was
unanimously indorsed. All speakers
praised the highway construction of
Jackson County and the progressive-
ness or tnis section In pioneering good
roads. The Commission has encoun
tered everywhere a demand for state
aid in the construction of trunk lines
and all favor a state bond issue of
io. ooo.ooo to build them.
ASHLAND, Or., July 15. (Special.)
I. Benson and nartv rooclinH V. "ill
fornia line today after a trip covering
the length of Orecrnn In whi,.h i-
Benson found strong support every-
vncre ior nis plan lor an issue of
state bonds o the amount of $10.000.0j0
for state trunk roads.
At a special meeting tonight at the
Ashland Commercial Club. Mr. Benson
and his fellow advisers explained their
plan to Ashland people. As has been
the case at other points along the Pa
cific Highway, it met with hearty sup
port The issue of Ktt Hrtrwl.. v. -
building of permanent main trunk
ucs. inst are not local roads but
thoroughfares, was regarded as proper
financing of what shnnin i
- - .i a caiu,
a state undertaking. '
The task is too big for single coun
ties, said Mr. Benson, "and it seems
to me it Is only by state aid that the
problem can be solved. Undertaken in
this way. the task can be accomplished
and a very great step forward for the
, ueneiu win nave been taken"
Other members of h ntriUA-., i ,
i i-i.i j uudru
warmly supported the plan and local
good roads workers and leaders in de
velopment projects spoke in its favor
AVERY TRIALNEAR END
Attorneys Argue Murder' Case After
CORVALLIS. Or Tuiw i; c:.i
Having finished taking the evidence
l"e iicry case lor the murder of
William Purdy, both the prosecution
and defense today pleaded their case
uci jl e me circuit court.
The state testimony
morning. Dr. Johnson, of this city, tes-
imeu as io me nature or the wound.
The defense then, took up the testi
mony. Several witnesses were called.
Several vpoke of the condition of
Avery the day before the crime, testi
fying that he was drunk; others dis
puted the evidence given by prose
cution. Avery was then called to the
stand. He told of going to Indepen
dence the night of the murder and said
he asked Purdy to go. but that Purdy
replied, savins- that hA haH unm.
to do first. Avery admitted drinking
wnne iney were in Independence, and
also that he brought back whisky and
that thev drank six finnrtt of h&
the road back to Corvallis. Further, he
saia. ne am not know what took place
until he woke up in the night, and said
that he did not know where he was at
the time. He also Knnk. or.r,f. ....i
over to the barn where Herman Breyer
was sleeping that night, that he got up
about 6 in the morning, going over
after whisky and bringing whisky back
to the barn. He said he took several
orinKs ant Knew nothing until late in
E VALUES HOLD
Market at Highest Point
Reached in Years.
UNDERTONE NEVER BETTER
France Will Ship Back Its Accum
ulated Supply to Be Finished
In This Country, Which
May Check Advance.
Hide prices, which are now at the highest
point they have reached for the pat ten
years or more, are likely to be maintained
throuchout the Summer. Local dealer do
not look tor .any further advance moon, nor
do they expect values to recede.
It la reported In the trade that the French
eovernment Is about to release the Immense
stock of hides it has accumulated, as they
cannot be handled In that country. It Is
the Intention to ship the hides to the United
States to be tanned and then take back the
finished product This will have a tendency
to check the advance In hide prices In this
country, and may cause business to drag,
but the market Is not likely to go off as
Mall advices from Chicago say of market
conditions In the East:
"More activity has again developed In
packer hides, and good-sized trading- has been
consummated in branded varieties to large
interests at full asking prices, registering
further advances. Large burrr. have nlrk.H
up about 50,000 Juno and July branded de- j
scripuons rrom different packers on the
basis of 23c tor heavy Texas. J2Ho for light
Texas and 22c for extreme light Texas and
branded cows. 1'osslbly some other branded
kinds were included In thia movement, in
cluding butt brands at 22V.C and Colorados
at 22c, but It has not as yet been confirmed
that the last two varieties were sold.
"The entire market continues In a very
strong position and It Is seldom that packers
havo been so completely sold out aa Is the
case at the present time. Packers feel es
pecially stiff on native varieties and are not
Inclined to offer them at present, as they
expect to realize 26c or more for July native
sietrs and from 2c to 26c for July ali
weight native cows. It Is believed that none
of the packers now has any native or branded
hides of account on hand unsold up to
"Country hides naturally show a stronger
tone with the advancing season. The smail
supply of short-haired hides causes a num
ber of tanners to look around to see what
can be picked up in the country market that
Is desirable, and this causes dealers gen
erally to be very firm In their views, tildes
running mostly long-haired and grubby,
however, do not receive much attention.
About ail of the Chicago dealers ara now
ready to offer short-haired bides In any
weight at 2ic and give buyers the privilege
of throwing out anything that Is not strictly
short-haired, but tanners ana not taking
hold yet at this figure, and In fact outside
of a few choice extremes no sales have as
yet been confirmed here of regular country
collection hides at 21c, although this price
has been freely paid at outside points for
city stock out of first salt. Chicago hold
ings that run mostly medium and short
haired are firmly held at 20c and there ara
not many left on the market at any price.
"In calfskins. Western large packer take
off Is firmer, with sales at 22Vsc and 23c,
and Chicago cities and choice outside cltlw
are now firmly held up .to 20c
"There is a generally quiet market In New
York for Latin American common dry hides.
Importers are talking strong on the old basts
of 31c for mountain Bogota and Orinoco,
which price has been asked for a long
period, but tanners are not responding as
readily as it was thought they would a short
win 1-3 ago. River Platte varieties are actlva
and stronger, with a late sale noted of 10.UO0,
10 to 11-kllo Montevideos running 30 per
cent seconds and 30 per cent Hummer haired
and 70 per cent half-hair and up at 31 Vac,
this being '-c higher than a similar tran
saction effected early last week."
ALL III US UNDER DOLLAR MARK
September Delivery Will He Quoted at Mer
chants xCxcliange Today.
There were no offers to sell wheat at the
Merchants Exchange yesterday, and but
little demand. Bids for prompt bluestem
were reduced 5 cents to 95 cents, which left
the entire list under the dollar mark. Offers
for August forty-fold and club were also
lowered 1 to 2 cents, but otherwise bid
prices were unchanged
There was no change, in the oats and
September grain will be quoted on the
Argentine shipments for the week are
estimated at 4(10,000 bushels of wheat and
S.lOo.OuO bushels of corn.
Terminal receipts in cars were reported
by the Merchants Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay
Portland, Thurs. 14 ... 1 1 ...
Year ago 3 3 3 1 7
Season to date. . 230 11 45 l 44
Year ago 147, HO 104 01 04
Tacuina, Wed.. . "IS ... ... 2 ...
Year ago 13 2 ... 1 3
Season to date. . 16t 13 ... 1.1 21
Year ago 59 1 it
Seattle. Wed. ... 11
Year ago 12 1 11 2 24
.Season to date. . 95 S &7 27 147
Year ago 10 I 103 17 104
NEW HOPS ARE HRMEK IN hOUTH
Sacramento Contract Is Made at 1 2 4'cnt s.
There is a firmer market for new crop
hops in California, according to a wlra re
ceived yesterday, which announced the pur
chase on contract of CO.uOO puumvs of 1113
Sacnmentos at 12 cents.
The movement In spot goods In that state
continues. McNeff Bros. purchased the
Trlder lot of SO bales of Sscrumeiitos. The
Del Paso Hop Company sold another 1O0
bales of Its holdings at 9 cents, and Don
ovan bought 130 bales of Uerber at 9Vs
The Oregon hop market continues in
active. CALIFORNIA Bt'TTKB OliULIM CEASE
Market for Country Cubes Is Temporarily
California orders for butter have ceased
for the present, and this has Imparted a
weaker feeling to the market for country
cubes, which are not quoted above 8 cents.
The egg market was steady with fair re
ceipts. Association dealers quoted former
prices, but there was some pressure to sell
by commission bouses.
Poultry sold at former prices. Spring
chickens were In larger supply and easier,
but other lines were steady. Dressed meats
were also steady and unchanged.
Fruit Trade Has Improved.
There was a good trade In all lines f
fruits and vegetables yesterday. Supplies
were ample for all requirements and prices,
on the whole, were steady.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Seattle -.'MI5.744 144
Tacnml 2iV.J67 4l.;
Spokane .Viti.bA Mi.y.jy
PORTLAND M A fa K E T QUOTATIONS
Grain. Floor, Feed, Etc.
Merchants Exchange, noon session.
Wheat Bid. Ask.
BluBtem S .(."
rted fife 5
Ited Russian !5
No 1 white, feed 25 0O 26 25
No. 1 feed 21 no
Shorts - 23 .50 i8.O0
August bluestem ,IH
Aumn forty-fold V"
August club so
August Husstan ............... .
August oats .... ............ . 24..i 2tS.o'
August barley l.t
August bran 23 .IO 34. HO
Ausust shorts 2U.50 ill
FLOCK Patents. 33 a barrel: straights,
S. 40-5. ao; whole wheat, 13.50; graliam,
M 1LLFEED Spot prices: Bran, 27
27. 60 per ton: shorts, ss2.60; roiled
barley. t'Rtl 27.30.
CORN Whole, $36 per ton; cracked. 137
HA y Ksstem Oregon timothy, lj17;
alfalfa. 312.5013 GO.
Fruits asad Vegetables.
L.)ra! jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL, FKU1T8 oranges. Valencia.
$3,7544 per box; lemons, per box;
bananas. 5c per pound, giapelrull, California,
33.3015.5; pineapples. tf 7o per pouud.
VEGETABLES Cucumbers. Oregon. 40 Is
73c per dozen: artichokes. 75c per dozen ; to
matoes. 1.40(1.73 box; caboage, UUci
per pound; head lettuce. SI per crate;
spinach, 5o Per pound; rhubarb, IfOJe
per pound; peas, 2t4c per pound; beans,
-!W&3c per pound; green corn, 25y30o per
GREEN FRUITS Cantaloupes.20;.7.1 per
crate: apricots, 'uckSl per box; peuches.
75&S5C per box: watermelons, l-4-,a per
pound, plums. t(0ct-$1.00 per box; new ap
ples, $1.31.54) per box; blackberries. 31. '3
1 1.50 per crate; blackcaps. 11.001.25 per
crate; raspberries, 31.
POTATOLS New. 101 4e per pound.
ONIONS lt) l.f-O per sack.
Dairy and Country Produce.
Loca. Jobbing quotations:
EOOS Oregon ranch, buying prices: No. 1
24c; No. 2. 21c; No. 8; 17o per dozen. Job
bing prices: No. 1. 26c per dozen.
POULTRY Hens, 12c: broilers. 18
(vt20c; turkeys, 2021c; ducks, old, lOc;
young. 15u2uc; geese. numlusL
BUTTER City creamery cubes, extras,
28c; firsts. 20c; seconds, 25c; prints and
cartons, eztra; butler fat. No. 1. 2tc: sec
ond ttrade. 2c less; country creamery cubes.
CHEESE Oregon triplets,' jobbers' buying
price, 13ttc per pound f. o. b. dock. Port
land; young Americas, 1440 per pound..
VEAL, Fancy. lOtslOVaa per pound.
POKE. Block. UitU'-ic per pound.
Local Jobbing quotations:
SALMON Columbia P.lver 1-pound tails.
S-.av per dozen; i-pound flats. $1.50;
1-pound flats. (2.50; Alaska plntf, 1-pouna
HONEY Choice. $3 25 per case.
NUTS Walnuts. 15i?4e per pound: P.ra
zll nuts, 13c; Illberts, 14 U 24o; almonds. 1'J
4l22c; peanuts. tiVc; cucosnuts. ftl per dos.;
pecans. lV4'20c; chestnuts, 10c
BEAN'S SmslI white. 5 7"c: large white.
3Vic; Lima, iic; bayou, a ttic; pinks. 4 Uoc.
coffee Knastea. in drums, ais-aaJSiC
fLGAK Fruit and berry. ! 00; beet,
f6.7u; extra C. S64U; powdered in barrels.
$7.15; cubes, barrels, $7.30.
SALT Granulated, $13.50 per ton: half-
grounds, loos, flo.55 per ton; 5oa, $11.30 per
ton; oairy. si per ton.
RICE Southern bead. HW1.c: broken.
4c per pound; Japan style. 5u Sc.
URIEL FRLliS Apples, be per pound;
apricots. 18ft-13r; pesc-hes. 8c; prunes. Ital
ians, 6i 9c; raisins, loose Muscatels, ee; un
bleached Sultanas. 74c; seeded. He; dates.
l;ersian. loc per pound; fard, $1.65 par but;
Hops, Wool. Hide.. Etc.
HOPS 1U13 contracts, nominal; 1914 crop.
12 a-12 Vac per pound.
HIDES called hides. l.'Hc; salted kip.
10c; salted calf. IRc: green hides. 14c: greea
kip, 10c; greeu calf, lac; dry hides, ury
WOOL Eastern Oregon, medium, 25n
2Sic; Eastern Oregcn, fine. Itu2lc; al
MOHAIR New clip. 88 81c per pound.
CASCARA BARK Old and new. 4v4fe
PELTS Dry long-mooled pelts. ISSe; dry.
short-wooled pelts. IZfcc; dry shearlings,
each. 103M5C; salted shearlings, each, 15
25c; dry goat, long hair, each. 13c; dry
goat, shearlings, each. loi 2l)c; salted long
wool pelts. Msy, $1(J2 each.
GRAIN BAGS In car lots, SVic: In leas
than car lots, about VtC more.
HAMS All sizes. 17gi8Vsc; skinned.
17WolSc: picnics. 12c; cottage roll, lc;
boiled. 17 6 27c.
BACON Fancy, 2328c: standard. 224
23c: choice. I7t21c; strips, 17c.
DRY SALT -Short, clear backs. 12HW13C;
exports. UtOICVjc: plates, llul2So,
LARD Tierce basis, kettle reudered, 14c;
standard, 12c: compound. 8 fee.
BARREL GOODS Mess beef, $24; plats
neel. S25: brlsaet porn. Z2H 5U; pickled nura
feet. $12.50; tripe. $0.S0(u 11 So; tongues. u.
KEROSENE Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons, loc; special arums or bar
rels. 13 He; eases. 17Vsu20fec
GASOLINE Bulk. 12c; cases. lOo: ensin
dlstailate. drums, 7 He; cases. 7He; naptna.
urums. lie; cases, jc
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels. 77c; raw.
cases. 82c; boiled, barrels, 70c; boiled, cases,
TURPENTINE In tanks, 61c; In cases,
CSc; 10-case lots, lc less.
HOG MARKET IS ACTIVE
TO I GRADK OP SWIXK StLL RKA1).
IL.Y AT $7.40.
Receipt Are Nearly One TkooMnd
Head Other I.lnea In Small
Supply and -Quiet.
Ther was a larre run of hoc at the
tockyard yesterday, but very little In other
Tha hog market was active throushout
the day and prices held steady. M loads
were sold at 7.4 and four loud at H.jj.
Heavies brought and iisht weights went
at the usual uric.
In the tat tit division there mas but lit-.
ue movement aiie from the su.a of a
load of comb at $.Y:;5. Several bumhfrs of
no mi iambs were aiapoaed of at t'i.-O and
Kcceipts yere 27 cattle, 0f0 Iioks and -14
shei-p. s nippers were;
With ho,;. ., IJ. Decker. Uervals, l far;
F. Wetherford, Mtkalo. 1 car.
With mixed luad J. M. Mischler. I! ut-
nara, i car iioks and sheep; c. W. i.lbiton.
naLst-y. i car no-; ana shefp; M. L. Kox
ter. Tangent. 1 car hots and sheep; J. w
Brown. Cor vail is. 1 car cm tie and tiuc.
Cot ion wood M il Una Company. Coiiunw uoa.
u curs came ana nuns.
The day's pales were aa follows:
V t. Prl. e.; h. T'rb
iam s. . i 4JW..J' .noes .... -ii'liil J
l bull.... lo.J 4. no mi In, ks .... L-J3 7. .,
.a i-owm. . . nv , ..j iiu,. ....
IV nogi .... t N., IloKS .... ; 40
1 huK IMO ft.OU Mi lions .... 7 4u
U hum ....3.-0 b 4".;:i Iiokm .... 7.4 t
hlhoK .... -1 7 7.4U 1 hoy lu "41
nOKS .... jbo noK .... u
H Iambs . . i a l...t't 1 n li.K .... 1 tit j u
UO Umt.s . . "1 ll.5.3 hoics .... (5 ;,o
1 lamb ... Si O.-u. OhoRi .... l:4 ,.::..
it lambs . . Zti t4 hKS .... 1 J T.Clo
KMambs .. bi o... I rm
. .. ,; h.m
... 144 H .
. . . l-t tf..'o
4 G I.ukI
xo : boss
l z 7 ;.. bs h4Ka
'J" 7 si." 7 h.e
. ; 3;
. .. -"O 7.4o
. . . 7
Jrti. 7.:. A b,V hens
lion .... ' .-.; 4 nC .... V4 i Xi
a no! .... l.-' 0-0; ucows ....ii'
hutii .... 341 O.-j 4 steers ....114J ti U j
I sierra . . .lit.... A -
Prices current at the local stockyards oa
-e various classes ok sioca
Best steers ......$ ,.oo
(iood s tee re ..................... a .t-u 6.0u
M t-dlum s:eere ................... 6 (it o.ci
t noire cows. ..................... o . a u a.-0
Good COWS & o k
Hellers 4.7." .io
I. lent T.OOf7.40
Wet hers ........................ 4 ?:.rl i-i
Kwes S imi vr ,)
Lambs .Vol W tf Ji)
Omaha Live-stork Market.
OMAHA. Neb.. Julv J.V-Hoki Kece1tt.
sl'tu. tiianer: nesvy. r...'ta o.w: llrhl- It; 4.1
'i 7.4.".; pigs. $tJ.3a(i 0.7 o: bulk of ai.
Cattle Kereipts. iwi, steady: native
steers, $7 75 'a 10.10; cows snd heifers. U
j S.7r; Wfntert! altera, tH .'iOtfS io, Tex-u
steers, sotr i .: cows ana neiiers. fi.so
7.o- calves, iiiriu
S!ieft Kec Ipta. 1 :t ooo. stendv : 5 esrllnrs
$6.25$j7; wethers. $6'.?i.75; lambs, fstiii.i.
hlrasjo l.tvewtork Market.
CHICAGO, Juiy 15. Ho Ke.-lpm, 14
OOO, s iron jr. Ic above yentenl w a avers ne;
bulk. H POfi 7.4; llcht. 17.3't") 7 h."i ;
$-,..". 7.7.": havv, $0.617.40; ruuh. tl.ju
Cattle i-tecetpis ii'o, weak; native teem.
rt Otiti 10 .40: Western steers.
cows and heifers. lZO(,y..,li; calves. 7.a0
cows and heirers. .iuwv..'j; calves.
Fhrep Receipts l4."'tMi. week; aheep,
6.;:.; Iambi. Jft S.. tf 6i.
NI'.-V YORK. JulJ' 'ot(fm Spot
miuuUna uaua, a.iuc
si-auva. itsig bale.
STOCKS IKE 6AIIIS
Standard Issues Close Strong
er Than War Shares.
DAY'S NEWS IS FAVORABLE
Standurd Oil Announcement, Amal-
ea mated Dividend and German.
Xote on Nebraska n Case Arc
Ilnctors of Importance.
NEW YORK. Juls- 13. For tlvs flrmt four
hours of today's session slocks developed a
more acnnlto two-sldeU character. In th.
sense that specialties, chiefly those In the
war contract class, manifested rrealer
strcna-th. whll. railways denoted lncressad
s-IIins; pressure. In th. final hour this con-
uitinn unurrwent a sharp reversal, all the
former speculative favorites comma; rapidly
to tl front with sains of on. to more than
The chsnce was coincident with Ih. an
nouncement that th. stsndard Oil Com
pany had disposed of various of lis nina
-tl.'S tO meet the WIMhM nf th. I r i ..r.i . . .
t'ommerce Commission and th. declaration
of an Increased dividend by the Amalgamated
'"Hi" ' .-"inpany. wnico UlSDurSed 41 luslead
of th. usual 50 cents.
1 here was also an awskenlns- of specu
late. Inter. . t ss a result of Oermsny's
plsnatlon of the Nebrsskan Incldent-
Kecord-br.akius; quotations wer. mad. by
He:li;ehem Steel at IMS. American Can at
.:", Haldwln Locomotive at 77 - and Willys
Ovirlar.d at l.iu. United Kist.-s ste.I
rhansed hsnds In enormous quantities to-
" m c.oso. rlslns; to SS3. lis best quo
tation since the earlv Dart or June
Southern Pacific was .iikist and most
active of the more prominent rallwas. W-
. .minx a.miin two points In th. early trad
llift. c-n what w ss believed to be foreign
s.-i:inic. It made full recovery later, but
some of the minor railways, now under
financial rvadjustm.-nt. Including St. I.ouls
Ai San Krsnclsco Issues. M seourL Kansas A
exas common and- preferred an.l itiw-k
Island, were distinctly weak IhmurhouL To
tal sales amounted to L34.O00 shares.
uesnntrs ,1!,, exchsnje were limited
ainly tO remittances to th. Continent
francs h.lnat stronaer. with some heaviness
to marks and llres
There was a marked decrease to "future"
or forcltrn offertnrs of bonds. That market
was irres-ular. Total ssW-s. par vslue. were
f.lso.oou ransma recistered Ss advanced
? per cent on call.
CLW1NO STOCK QUOTATION'S.
Alnik.i P.vld. . . .
Am II. ct Sucar.
Amtfl-an t'.m. . r.o.oti
Am Sm & Kef. 13.400
Am Sua V.rtg
. m r Til
:-. -. u,
ltalt A- Ohio. . . .
tr Ifnp Ttiin.it.
1 'al 1. t ruli'uttl . .
c inaillnn I'bc .
Ches At hlO...
.hl 'r Wesl . . .
Chi Ml! , St P. .
Chi N W
..lo Fu .v Iron.
fn!l JS. South...
i & r. a
4. POM Hi
I. loo I...-';
I.I"- 77 .
ooo h7 .
3 h 144 i
Tl 0 -;7
8. SOU S4
ato Iia; U
" V.Tno 'ti"
' V.ofj joii,'
loo 3 47 ',
CO.noo f. 4
SOO 14 1,
"en Klectrle. . . .
1 '. i
i:r North pfd. ..
r .r t re ctsT.
ll.it... is Central..
Inter. Met pfd..
iv i. Sou: hem. .
Louts & Nash . ..
Miami Copper. .
M K T.
Nevada i'ri. . , .
N Y Central . . . .
N Y. N II j H. .
Nor A: Western.
Pacific .Vail . .". .
P.ic Te! Tel. .
Penns i la n la
Pull Pa! Car...
K;i i Vir-i Co;. .
P. o Ir & Steel.
Hock l' Co
1 4 S,
l enncssee Cop. . 5.!4oO
Union Pacific... S.SOO
U S S1.-.-I.
I'ttih Copper. .
Western !'nl n. n Ton
Westing Klect.. Go..1m
.ota. sales for tl.e day, r..4.ono shares.
NEW YORK BONDS
U S Ref Is res;.. 7 'Pc Tel ft Tel Ss P7H
r :s res-.. 7 .pa. Tei & T,( B, ,,Ti.
uunon T Henn con 4s.. 103
ret: loon'so Pacific tf 4s 1
nupon. .. .10014 it. n Pacific 4s f4
V S 3s
IJ 8 4s reg...lot do r 4s.
do coupon. .. .110411 R Steel r,
N Y C ;'.'-s. -lo:t So Pac ev- .-.
Nor Tacific 4s.. 3 "'
Itoston Closing Mlnlnr.
Al'ouea 54 N!plssInr Mine.
?"'-'"- - .:pissinir Mine
Am i I, t S 4 North Hutte...
": -'"" " ... 'io iiominion.
. . - - . . . . ' . - 0 's'-eota .........
4il A Hecla. . .3iWl iQulncy
. i-nu-nni-l l-.Miannon
Cop Ranee Con Ha 4 ;Superlor
.. ....... . j 1 i.i jn . s
I-rsnklin 0 -s Tamarack
llranby Cons M4.iL" S S It st M. .
1.1. . , - .,u It. .-'"""-""-"
. , v. - i. '-in 1. uu . , ....
Kerr Lake... 4 S-l'l Winona
Mohawk , J3. Wolverine
Money, Kv hantre. Kc.
t. . lotiiv. July li. Mercantll. paper.
Stef!:T'K exchanse Slxty-d.e Mils, Jl.TIiO
demand. fl.7o4": caMes, fl.7715
I'sr silver. 47 4c
Mexican tiol.ars. 3c,e.
ii'ivirnmpnt bonds slesdy; railroad bonds
Call money Stedv. Ulsh. 3 per cent:
- ; uiins; r.ir. i -. last loan.
c!cin I 1.1. 1 : offered st I. .
Time lent stesuy. Sixty days 14 per
uu: ., . n . ix monins. a us 4.
SAN KRANCISCO. July 15. Mexican dol.
i"". .'-c. .-itriiiia r-ixiv osvs, 4 , V, ; ,
maud. (1.70 4: csbe. 14-77 4,.
WNDdS. July 13 Bar silver, 15 9-K.d
per ounce. Money. 1 ', 7 1 4 per c.nt. Di
coint tste. Short bills. 44 per cent;
months. 4 4 t 3.
Amalgamated Dividend Incressesl.
NEW VOr.K, July 13. The Amalgamated
Copi.er Company tvulsy dec.ared a ouarterlv
tltvidend of SI. an Increase of ioc over the
dividend of three months Bin.
SAN FRANCISCO PRODKE MARKKTs
I "rices Curresi la ll. Bay City asa Fruits,
Vej-etablew, Etas. .
P AN rT.ANC!s.'. 1 July I '. Butter Fresh
extras. :tr; prim, firsts. ISO.
Kegs Fresh extras. 14c; flrsta. tlHe; s-c-o
ou:lets. tl 4c
Cheese Near. ItrllHo: Young Amancaa,
13-jc: Oretooa. l4o-
Vegetables Teas. flayl.Tt: asparaans.
ll.i'.yl.'.tl; string bi-st. liifi.V; wax
beans, 14S2c; limes. 7rVsc; cucumbers.
(inloos California, 1049 TSol
Krull Lemons. fITSajl; grapefruit. $349
3; oranges, t2.75Ol&0: bansnsa, Hawaiian.
fl.:Qt; pineapples. Hawaiian. flj3; ap
pi. s. t,ew cr-p. 7icll.A".
I'otatoes DeJta. licSIL
Kecelt'ts Kl.-ur. a ..J Quarters: bsrlee.
..1T.i centals: potatoes. 7 1 00 sacks; hay,
NEW YORK. July lit. Copper Dull;
Iron Steady and unchanged.
Tin The Metal Exchange quotes tin ull;
37 r.O u .ic
lad The Metal Exchange quotes lead
offeri'd sfc " lljc.
-Iter Not quoted.
NKW YORK. July IS. Th coffee mar
ket for futures opened steady at unchanged
prices to sn advanc'of fiv. polnta on re-ceSA-ed
reports from brokers, who reported
buying In expectation that th. Brasilan
gove-nment will valorise the present crop.
There was considerable confusion as to th.
deisi:. of these psns. however, snd trsd-fna-
remained quiet, witb the market closing
net UDCtiaxjed 10 t poinis bi.u- ia Lo. ab-
The First National Bank
OF PORTLAND, OREGON
FIFTH AND MORRISON STREETS
Capital and Surplus $3,500,000
This Bank is authorized under the National Bank
Act and the Federal Reserve Act to accept interest-hearing
Time Deposits and Savings Accounts.
sence of any Important offerings. Fates. 10.
:oS bags, July, .0&c; Autiiat, C.sJc; Sep
tember, t.gOc: October t.&3c; November.
t.SSc; December. .ISc: January-, .;c: Feb
ruary. .c; March. T.Olo: May, 7.11c; June,
Spot quiet. Rio No. 7. 74tJ74c; Ssntos
No. 4. 4c.
Cost and frelrht offers wer. sbont nn-
chansed. ranxln from s.lic to .K'o for
cantos 4s and around 7.!0c for Rio 7s.
WHEAT HAS SETBACK
ARKKT I1ROPS OX BETTKU F,VS
KROM SPRI.XO CHOI.
Illark It.at riaarne Said t. Re .
Wsrar Thaaa las Other Years,
Cher-It Clvrsa n.ylna.
CHICAGO. Juiy IS. Somewhat reassurinr
developments about th. black rust dsncer
in the Spring crop belt did a rood deal to
cause a setback today In the orio of arheat
The mark.t closed nervous. 4 c to 14c
unuer isst nlht- Corn lost 4c lo I4r
net- Oats finished Vi off to Se tip. an'
provisions shosred sains of "!4c lo 3 4c
Aithoush black rust reports csree from a
number of new points In the Northwest
traders s-emed to be chiefly Impressed b
the absenc. of word that any actual dam ace
had yet been done.. In this connection a
hlrh authority went on record lth the
opinion that there was no more of the plarue
this year than usual. other experts acre
quoted aa declarlr.e that th. extent o:
harm would depend wholly on th. weather
and that If conditions proved good, a de
structive widespread ruat appeared unlikely.
Many holders. Iherefure, took profits and
showei especial visor In doing so on a
rather sharn upturn of the market about
Lamer offerlnss of new w heat from Illi
nois and other soft wheat states cave an
advantace at times to the besrs, notably In
the last hour. Therw wer. 1st. assertions,
loo. that th. bulce had stopped export salea
No doubt was expressed, however, but that
earlier In the session th. September ar.u
I decern her options had been liberally boucht
on foreign account. The seaboard sent word
of 4.O.im:o bushels sold to Krsnce and of
-J.'.o.i.oo bushels to Australia.
O'.m drsKsed more or lews stl car. ow
ing to favorable crop news. Hot wcatiicr
was said to be rspldly forcing growth.
la ttie oats crowd, shorts. lrliig to cover,
ran up the price of tre July delivery. 1 he
later optious, though, fluctuated with other
Higher prices for hogs carried provisions
up-grsde. Iesldes sn Improvement was
reported In the demsnd for cured mest
Leadins futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. I-ow. Close,
Julr Sl.lf.4 lilt ll.lli, til!
Sepu l.vix 1.10 Ll'74 LOS4
July 77-, .774 -74
ScpL 7 .74 -7J4 -7:4
July 4S4 r.04 .444 .4
Sepu S S 4 .Is 4 -H
SepL IS. 11 i;.4i 17..1S 1S37
Oct. li.40 li 47 li tu ll.t
Pept. .4i S.3S 43
Oct t.."& L4 .;.:
Sept 10.00 10.17 10. fW 10 17
Oct lo.tio lu.:! 10. oj io.zi
Cash prices were:
Wheat No. 2 re.l, nominal; No. 3 red.
new. t 1.32; No. 3 hard, nominal.
Corn No. t yellow. ". 4 u : 4c No. 4
yellow, 74 4c
R e Nonilrsl.
Harley 7! ti 7Sc
Tlmolhj $j.ror", 5.
Clover Jt.iou li.:.
lTlmary reipls Whest. StJ.OOO vs
3.17.omO bushels: corn. iOJ.000 a 510.000
bueliels; oats. 13.0H va. 4"iJ.uo0 bushcla
Milpments Wheat. 313.000 s LK.W
bushels: corn. I6I.00O vs. l.l0 bushels;
osts. Jx.(H. 0 vs :..O0O bushels,
C'earances Wheat, 141.iu bushels: corn.
(000 bushels, oats. 1SI.U00 bushels, flour.
Forrlga Oral. Markets.
UVEnrOOU Julv 13. Cash wheat un
changed to 3d hither; corn 4d lower; oats
PARIS. July 1".. Wheat tj higher; flour
unchai.ced to 1 higher.
ni'KNOS AIRES. July li. Wheat un
changed, corn 4 higher.
Minneapolis tlraln Markets.
MIXXKAI'ilLlj, July li. Whest July.
II :;; September. tl.0: No. 1 hard. $1 44:
No. 1 Northern. Il.lltl I : No. 3 Northern.
ll.Kll I 4.
Ilarlev 41 ti 7c.
Klax l u 1.70.
Kauei-u tAhest Markets.
OMAHA. July 11. Cash whest i to 1
WINNIPEO. July l-V Whest closed- July.
II :s: October. l.l'7: December. $1.07
Dl'Ll'TH. July li. Wheat closed: Juls.
(I 43 bid: Sepiember, H.ll asked: Ue cum
ber. fl.lt 4 asked.
(.rain at Sao Fraatclsc..
SAN VtAXCISiH, July 1J. Spot quoia
tln Walla. J.7; 4 I ' Russian.
91 77 - ti 1 7 4 : Turkey red. $1 S3. l.:
bl.ieslCm. $is7401.i4: feed barley, f 1. 1 ; 4
til li; whit. osts. 1 1 . S W 1. 4 7 4 : bran, tjl
4j:v; midd.lngs. tiZv'. shorts, l:'i:So.
'sll bosrd llarscy. I.ecember 11.314 bid.
raasret stomas' lira in Market.
SEATTLH. Wash. July li. Wheat
Bluest eru. l. forty-fold. e; club, oc: red
Kust-lsn. 4c Barley. :: Ier ton. Vaster
day's car receipts'. Klour 11.
T A COM A Wash., July 1.". Wlvsat Blue
stem. l. 00 1.07; fort-fold. II 4; club,
l.l4; red fife. 1:; red Russian. U lr
receipts: Wheat 3. oats 1.
8AVAVNAU. tia.. July 15 Tur pent Ire
Firm. "1!4C-. salea. 4-s. receipts. 6TJ. ship
ments, i. stocks, ....
Rosin Firm; ea.ea. JGIO: receipts. 1...-4;
shipments. 74."!: stock, 404 wuote: A IV
t-por.! .'! I3M- K 111": V li.litr
g" k-juoIJ:.; 11. I --' 1 s": :i "-
K lie.".. M. 4 lo: N . f'..luti.0. WC. li-li
tr-"i. WW. 40 a 4.'..
london Wcsnl ls.lee,
LONDON. Julv li. The offerings at the
wool uiKt.nn sales t-wlay cor.st.'ed of a bet
ter selection, amounting to 4ol bales. The
tone mi steadier and the lower qualities
were less frequently withdrawn, owing lo
sellers meeting the market better Russian
buyers paid Ss for New South Wales
scoured and fs 74d for Queensland.
Chirac. Hairy Prodwe.
rilirARO, July 1-1 Butter enchanted.
Eg is lllsher. Receipts. I X T4S Cases. at
mark, cases Included. 1 4 6 I 7 4 c : ordinary
firsts. 164lo4c: firsts. l4MlT4c
New Y.rk Sugar Market,
NEW YORK. July 15. Raw sussr tedv;
rentrlfutsl. 4 SS n 4 Stic ; tuolasses, l.vo
4.0lc Refined steady.
nrted Fruit at sr Yark.
NEW YORK, July 13 Evaporated spples.
quiet. Prunes, firm, reaches, dull. Raisins,
Duluth l.lnees-d Market.
PCM'TH. July 1.V Linseed Cash, fl.TS;
July, 11.704: r-eptemher. 11.74.
Hops at New York.
NEW YORK. July IX Hops Firm.
Stocks Lull at London.
IAIXPOX, July l.v The American section
of th. stock market was CuU. Canadian It'a-
A central banking business
Interest paid on time deposits.
C.satncrelal letter, .f Crextll
Rxckana. sat liado.. Eas laasV
at ss4 o.lsV
Corner Second and Stark Sts.
F. C. MA LP AS. Manarer.
aarr s.wtxan a cijeewt sjtni
90S SPaLMHC ""JILDIss;
clflc. I'mted i-tates Pteel sr. I a f.-w gold
l.nds were the only Issues traded In during
Poison AVeeiU Kill SOO Slicep.
NORTH YAKIMA. Vli . July 15.
(Special.) Yakima !.hec.ivicn with
bauds its the Wonatohie country re
portcj jestcrdAy that con.iderabl.
losses recently have been fullered
through the animals catinc .olonoui
wt-eds. Louis J-Vhneidcr and l'av.; Mc
t'oll lost isn animals at l.oomls. and
ieorRo Jackson, of this city, lost 100 or
more In the Ixavt-n worth locality.
As'atlo 'RTls,.a pnrl.vn lx rlers with
a total navigatt'.e li.c;:i ..f 1;. ...-,, ml . s s- i
f..ur taka t.lal can be r.a..;alcj f.r ;u:
T41El.f l!V t.llllK.
tlt bout Chua.ae f.m It. .tea
1 he His.
S. S. ROSE CITY
avails I'raa Ala.ssortla ISasck
A. M.. Jl I.Y 31.
KMColdra Miles .aa
l .luaaablai Hirer.
All Itale. Include
Bertaas mad Meal.
'I able .act Scrvlc.
I a e s re 1 1 esL
b. Saw Kraarlsrs 1'orala.a . ,
4- Third asad v asSlssius sts.
(ssltb 4..v (. .4. Css. l,t Ursa4-
ar .O0. A tilt.
t'ompagnie t.rnerale TransatlaDtlque,
Sailings From NEW YORK to BORDEAUX
MAGAKA July 24, 3 P. M.
CHICAGO July 31. 3 I M.
ESl'AGXE Aug. 7, 3 P. M.
KOCHAMI1E.VU ...Aug. 14 3 P. M.
FOR I N'KORM AT ION APPLY
C. V. Stinger. HO bill st.; A. 1). Charlton.
253 Msrrlxia s4.i L. M. is - li.r, I . Ai. a. s.t.
I". Ic.; lore i. Miulli. II. Sd St.; A. 4,
Sheldon, luu id st.; II. Iiickaon. SS asli
lugtoa at.; ortli liank Road. fth and Mark
!.; K. S, Mrlsrlanil, ad snd a,iingloa
sts.; K. H. Duffy. 1-4 id st I'ortlao.L
II RLKA ANU SAX l"ll-Nt.lstO
SS. SANTA CLARA
tsalU Tuesday. July io. 1'. M.
SANTA BAIIIIARA, lo-' ANOHLUi
AND SA. l-lr-OO.
Sails Wednesday, July 21. I. M.
NORTH TAtll lC MtAMSIIir CO.
Ticket Office I Freight Office
111A Id St.
lam 1114, 1114
fost Nnnbru St.
Buwys.ol, A 14 II
North Bank Rail JT
26 Hours' Ocoan Sssil
-teca. Trii.l.-Screw ll.KsoL
sisi. -4.KKAT MIHTIIlKN
k. "NokllUKS I'At-HIC"
Lery TuesMtay, Thursday and Saturday.
Stearner tram lea vea North iar.k atatlota
:lo A. M : .unch aloar4 sMp. i.. arnea
San Kianclaco I 10 1. at next ds.
tVrKi SI.KVH E AT I BLK.IIT BAIL
NORTH RANK TltkKT OIIICI-.
Itiones: ltdwy. K-'O. A 71 Altt and Mark,
Sails' lilrrrt I or
4.VN I'KA.MIM o. I A.NoI.LKs AN I
Today, 2:30 P. M., July 16
SN IRClsro. PORTI AMI st
LOS AM.LU.S II.AMMIlr CIA,
FRANK BOLLtM. Agent.
It Third . A a. Mala Is
Via HONOI.l I r and VA
Pa.at.ai laasei-ger c-lesmers
"NIAOAHA." Jo. Oils) ton. a ap acemant
'31 A K I R A," ir.OPO tons d sp.acerjjJ-nt
Falling exerv It tlsy from Vsncouer. It. C
Apply Canadian paclflo Rs'.lway Co.. M l-t
fcl.. Port. and. Or . or to the Cana.tian Atis
tra'.ssian Kovsl Mail Line, 40 Seymour 5l.
Vaneoux-er. B. C.
American-Hawaiian Steamship Co.
C. II. avcaxiesV sgt, . ,v stark, bs. rasrUasis.