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THE MORNING OREGONIAN,
TOUKSDAT, JULY 20, 1016.
El 1MB SOLD
First Sale of Season Posted at
FORTY FOLD AT 92 CENTS
1cn Thousand Bushels Are Disposed
Of for September Delivery.
Dealers Regard Prices as
High Market Is Firm.
The first sale of 1916 wheat "wras posted
at the Merchants' Exchange yesterday. Ten
thousand bushels of September forty fold
were sold at S2 cent. A local exporter
wag the seller and a California mill buyer
the purchaser. ,f
Tba price paid for this forty fold was -cent
overTuesday's best bid, and offers
for other-kinds of new wheat were also
raised. September bids being . as follows:
Rluestem, 7 cents; club, SO cents; fife,
8 ccnu, and Russian. &7 cents. Old wheat
bids were irregular, from 1 cent higher to
2 cents lower.
In the opinien of local traders, the prices
row quoted on new wheat will have to be
revised on a lower basis before there can
be much activity, as values here are figured
to be or 7 cents over a. parity with Kast
ern markets. The parity must be restored
when wheat begins to move in volume to the
usual e&port outlets.
It is usual at the opening of the season for
prices to get well abovo the export basis
until initial home requirements are sat
isfied. This year firm holding by farmers
Is, O.C. influential factor, as a number of
inilki have accepted Eastern and Southern
orders for flour for early shipment, and the
bidding for needed supplies of wheat -has
tone far to Impress on farmers the belief
that wheat is worth what they are asking
The flurry In oats and barley, which in
the latter part of last week put these
cereals at the highest marks of the season,
has subsided and both are declining.
The view of the Eastern wheat market
Situation, taken by Renskorf, Lyon & Co.,
of New York, is as follows:
During the week a rather sensational
advance of c took place from short cov
ering on rust reports in our Spring- terri
tory. While the importance of rust ap
pearance can only be ascertained later, it
has served the purpose of starting a good
demand both from our domestic mills and
Ibo for export and which demand has been
much encouraged by the excellent quality of
our new Winter wheat. As the freight de
velopments have been such as to operate
against shipments from the Southern hemi
sphere, demand for our grain should con
tinue good. From Canada no unfavorable
crop news is yet at hand, but they are now
entering their critical period. The world
la in no mood to faco any serious question
as to ample supplies and latest cables con
firm this. W'o have been friendly to wheat
for over two weeks and see no reason for any
Change from this attitude.
Terminal receipts, in cars, were reported
by tho Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay
Se-acon to date-
Season to date.
. Yir ago
Season to date,
j Z 1 5
.15 i . . , ;
P7 ! tS 107 3:
13 . C3 Z7 titt
'l:s " 2" "l6 - 2S
,27S 13 17 4.1
,35 1 ...
, X S 1 7
24.'. 2 117 35
150 14 3-17 . 72 25U
FALL WHEAT MORE.
' Barley and Rra Harvest. Has
- Begun in
Eastern Count lew.
Following is a summary of the crop con
ditions in Oregon for the week, as reported
to the local office of the weather bureau
. by special correspondents; throughout the
state: ' '
Rain durinff the latter- pert of "the week
was unusually heavy in the western coun
ties. Hayinp: Is general In all parts of the state
and much was caught on the ground im
properly stacked, which, in consequence,
was badly damaged. The second crop of
alfalfa Is better, as a rule, than tho first
crop, as Ht matured under more favorable
conditions. The first crop was kept back
by cool weather,- although moisture condi
tions were better than usual.
Fall wheat Is - filling nicely and much
mora promising than expected earlier in the
season. Some fields are weedy and in a few
locelltles they- will not be harvested on this
account. The barley and rye harvest has
begun and both crops are so far yielding as
good or better than expected. The wheat
harvest will not 'begin Until about the first
of next month. .......
Crn.v although still backward, is doing
much better than vt did earlier In the sea
son. With warm, weather from -now on It
will make a good crop
Potatoes are doing splendidly and no com-"
plaints are heard regarding the conditions
of this crop In any part of the state. Sugar
beets and garden truck are also making
Ijite cherries were injured In the western
counties by the recent rains and this crop,
except in a few localities, has not turned
out as well as usual. Raspberries, logan
berries and blackberries are plentiful In the
markets. Peaches are . rather scarce. Ap
ples are doing well, although Hood River
reports that the weather Is favorable for
the development of fungus.
YVOOI-S ARE STEADILY ADVANCING
Bohton Prltr Two to Three Cents Higher
Than One Month Ago.
Wool selling Is proceeding In good volume
at Boston, with values showing a constantly
advancing tendency. According to mail re
ports from that city, new territory wools are
arriving more freely and manufacturers are
showing increased interest in them. Some
progress has been made towards absorption
of the remaining stocks of old fleeces and
prices have been marked up In consequence.
In view of steadily advancing va!ucs,
dealers led as though they were sacrificing
in letting their best wools go at the market.
Considerable is heard regarding "replace-
ment vahio." It cannot be denied that large
lots of wool havo been sold recently at prices
far below what similar wools would cost
.even if present embargoes were removed.
It Is difficult to understand why manufac
turers, under the circumstances, hesitate to
buy certain lines of choice wool that they
know must be secured later.
Wools have changed hands during the
wee-k at prices two or three cents a pound
higher than could be expected for the came
lots a month ago. Manufacturers have
forced dealers to carry them over the dull
Period and are now paring roundly for the
accommodation. This is especially true of
choice delaine and medium combing fleeces,
king prices for which have been ad
vanced sharply. They are not yet up to the
parity of country markets. Medium wools
are reported to have brought as high as 40
cents in Ohio, though dealers claim that
the extreme prices have been paid by local
speculators in the country.
I-KMOX MARKET AT SIX
Better Qualitr of Cantaloupes
From Nov Oil.
Most of the xantaioupes'that have reached
Portland this week have been green, but a
better quality from now on is expected. A
rsr of ripe fruit arrived last night, and
will be put on sale this rooming. Prices
are unchanged. The Turlock shipping sea
son Is on In full swing. In the district there
about 4000 acres In cantaloupes, and the
yield will run about 300 to 400 crates to
the acre. L.ast year there were some
patches which ran as high as 600 crates per
acre. The growers figure Trom two to
times greater yield than the Imperial Valley.
Fancy lemons were advanced to $6 a box
by jobbers yesterday, and the prediction is
made that prices will go higher- A very
strong atern demand has excited the Cal
Deciduous fruits, both local and California,
were in liberal supply, and the demand was
fair. Berries were unchanged.
8 HIT PING DEMAND FOR OREGON EGGS
Outside Orders and Lighter Receipts Pro
duce lirmer Market.
Outside demand for ep&s, with a lessen
ing of receipts, have produced a firmer mar
ket here. There were sales at 24 cents, case
count, at the Produce Exchange yesterday.
Butter was steady with prime firsts sold
at 24 Vz cents. Seconds were offered at
23 Vi cents and 22 cents was bid. For
dairy butter -1 cents was bid and 22 cents
Oregon triplet cheese sold at 14 cents.
Broilers were offered on the board at 1SH
cents with 17 cents hid. On the street
broilers sold at 16&17 cents; and hens at
14 & 15 cents, large hens bringing the top
Receipts of dressed veals were the heavi
est in a. Ions time, and the market weak
ened with 11 cents as the top. Pork was
firm at 11 cents for the bes
APPLE EXPORT ABOUT ONE-HALT
Large Decrease as Compared "With Preced
Exports of apples in the past season,
which dated -from July -23, 1015, to May lU.
1916, amounted to 1.437,587 barrels, which
Include boxes, figured at three boxes to the
barrel. The actual box exports iwere 806,
&04 packages. The above figures Include all
American ports, Halifax and St. John. The
Montreal shipments were 123,752 barrels.
.On account of the war, exports to Ger
many were practically cut off and all fruit
exported from this country and the British
possessions went to London, Liverpool, Glas
gow and a few packages to Hull, Manches
ter and Copenhagen.
The exports to practically the same ports
for the previous season were 2,GC7,87a bar
rels, which include 1,423,132 boxes.
The foregoing figures were compiled toy
Mahl fn Terjiune, the New York forwarding
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
171 tarings. Balances.
Portland 1, 570.743 7:.XJ'J
Seattle 2,21'.:;4ifc lti2,37U
Taeoma. :i72,l."3 41.7..0
Spokane GbO.oo 31,770
O ra in , Flour, Feed
Merchants' Exchange, noor
13 lues tern
Red Ruhsiau ..
No. 1 white, feed
No. 3 feed.
August club .
August red fife
September red fife
September Russian -
Bid. Yr. ago.
. 1.03 $ .12
. 20.50 25.00
. 27.50 22.00
. 23.00 . 23.50
September oats .',
August fe;d barley
September feed barley . . . .
August bran .
September bran ,
FLOCR Patents. S5.20 nor
straights. S4.50 ft 5; 'exports. $4.1 OA. 4. 20; Val-
tvy. ; wnote wneai. $.. 4U cranam. sr.. no.
M1LLFEED Spot prices: Bran, 928O24.50
per ton ; shorts. 929 & 20.50 per ton : rolled
barley, $31.50 : :..-,.
tOKN Whole, $3s per ton; cracked. 930
per ton.. - . .
HA i Timothy, Eastern Oregon. 92324
per ton; timothy, valley, $194 -2; alfalfa.
9U&.LV ...... ......
" p Tarry,- and Country Produce.
EGOS Oregon ranch, exchange orice. cur-
trent receipts, 24c per dozen. Jobbing
prices; Oregon" ranch,, candled. 25c: selects.
2ttc per dozen.
ru L lt K Hens, 14 3 1 5c ; broilers, 1 fi
c per pound; turkeys, live, 20(&22c; ducks.
12 14c: geese, t)llc.
i 1'LK Cubes.- extras, no hid: crime
firsts, 241ic; seconds, - J ',3 "gi 3 tic. Jobbing
prices: Prints, extras, 27(&'2Vv; buiterfat. No.
1. 2c; No. 2, 24c. Portland.
CHEESE Oregon triplets, lobblne buylne
price-; 35tc- per pound, f. o. b, dock Port-
lano ; 1 oung Americas. 16 o per pound. -
tancy. jiw u'-c per pounu.
PORK llttflltec per pound.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges. Valenclas.
93.7544 per box; lemons, 95.0O&G.00 per
box; bananas, 44c per pound; pineapples,
07c per pound; grapefruit. 92.50.
VEUKTABLea Anicnokes, 75cl per
dozen ; tomatoes. W0c 91.-5 per crate ; cab
bage, 92 per hundred; garlic, lOc per pound;
peppers. l'J (a 15c per ponnd; eggplant. 15
per pound; lettace, 91 per crate; cucum
bers, 9 1 1 -25 per box ; peas, 3 ! 4c per
pound ; beans. 4af 6c per pound : celery, 91
per dozen; corn, 50irt0c per pound.
POTATOES New, 1 fc c per pound.
ONIONS California red and. yellow. 92.75
pr sack ; Walla Walla. 9'J.tO per sack.
GREEN r RU ITS Apples, new, l.651.90
per box ; cherries, 4 (fi 8c per pound ; canta
loupes, 91.10C J.0 per crate; peaches, OOcsd
t per box; watermelons, 1 lic per
pound; figs, $1?1..)0 per box; plums, 91.25 p
l.ou; prunes. V.i 'q pears. 92 y 2.2.;
apricois. $1.258 1.51; grapes. 9.-15 per box;
loganberries. 7.e 4i 51 ; raspberries, 91 1
blackcaps, 91.50Tr l.7fl.
Local jobbing quotations:
SALMON" Columbia River. 1-pound talis,
$3.30 per- dozen; one-half flats." $1.50; 1
pound flats, 92. 50; Alaska pink, 1-pound
- HONEY Choice, 93.25 per case.
NUTS Walnuts, sack lots, 16c; Brazil
nuts, 15 3 ISc: filberts, lfifjr lSe; almonds.
KJj-c; ptanuts. 5 lic- cocoanuts. $1 per
dozen; pecans, 10 I'Op; chestnuts, 10c.
BEANS Small- white. 12c;' large whjte
lOc: Lima. 8c: baou. SVc; pink. 8c;
red Mexicans. 7c.
COFFEE Roasted. In drums, 14 '0 33c
SUGAR Fruit and berry, 93.45; Honolulu.
9S.40; het, 9. 25; extra C. 9S.5: powdered,
in barrels. $S.0: cubes. In barrels, 99-20.
SALT Cranulated, $15.50 per ton; half
ground. tOOs. 91'.50 per ton; 50s, $1L30 per
ton : lal: y. $14 per ton.
RICE "Soathrn head, SWCAc per
pound: btokt-n. 4c; Japan style. 4H5c
DR'EU FKI'IT Apples. Sc per pound:
apricots. 13 15c: peaches. 8c; prunes,
Italian. 49c; raisins, loose Muscatels, &c:
unbleacrn-d Sultanas. OVi'tflOc; seeded. Uc;
dates, Persian, loc per poundf fard. 91.65
per box; currants. R'ti 12c; fiRs. 50 C-ounce,
9-: 10 4-ounce. $2."."; 36 10-ounee, 92.4,
12 10-ounce. s5o; bulk, white, 7Sc; black,
tic per pcund.
HAMS All sizes, choice, 21Hc: standard
20V.c; skinned. ISiJlc; picnics. 13c; cot-
tare rolM. loc.
BACOX Fancy. 2$ $ 30c ; standard. 23
a-ic; cnore. tttnv-c.
DRV SALT- Short, clear bac'ts. 11
15'!C; exports. 1 .1 lti c : plate. lC?13U.c.
LARD Tierce basis, kettle rendered. 14 tte:
standard, tubs, 1 4 c : compound. 12H.
BAH R EL. GOODS Mess beef, $15; plate
beef. $22; brisket pork, SJ2.50; tripe, 10.00
Hops, Wool, Hides, rTtc.
HOPS 1U15 crop, S"&llc: contracts.
11 0 11 'c.
HIDK Salted hldes 27, pounds and up.
17c; salted hides, 5 pounds and up, 12c ;
salted k!p. 15 pounds to 25 pounds, 17c:
salted calf, up to 15 pounds, 23c; green
hides. TO pounds and up, 15c; green stars.
r0 pounds and up. 11c; preen kip. 15 pounds,
17c; dry flint hides, 20c: dry flint calf, up
to 7 pounds. 31c; dry aait hides. 25c.
WOOL Enstern Oregon, fine. 23 26c ;
coarse, 30i 82c; Va'lev. 30f33c.
CASCARA BARK Old and new, 4c per
PELTS Dry long-wooled pelts, trie; dry
short-wooled pelts. 17e; dry shearlings 100
25c each ; salted shearlings, 152.c eacn .
iry goat, long hair, 1S each; dry goat
KRR05EXE Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons. 10c; cases. 17u 6 20 He
GASOLINE Bulk. lVc; casei. 26ac;
naptha. v. ri mx, IS He; cases. 25c.
UNSEKD OIL Raw, barrels. Sic; raw.
cases. Si'e; boiled, barrels, S3c; boiled,
TL'RriATIXE In tanks, 67c; In cases.
CSc, lu- case lot, lc tea. t
WIDE GAINS SCORED
Munitions and Other Special
ties Advance Sharply.
RUMORS OF WAR CONTRACTS
Bears Are Trapped When Market
Turns Vpward and Vrgent Cov
ering Is Ev Id ent -Kails
Move Forward at Close.
NEW YORK, July 19. Stocks displayed
pronounced recuperative power today, spe
cialties of almost all descriptions; practi
cally all thosa under rscsnt sever pressure,
scoring average gains of 2 to 3 points, with
greater advances in the more volatile Usues.
Tna rise was brought about by a combina
tion of favorable circumstances which in
cluded well-defined reports of forthcoming
m k r contracts.
The aDuarent success of tho nw "FVenrh
loan. In which dealings on the "when
issued" basis were made in the open market,
and the weekly reviews of steel trade au
thorities, which referred to increasing ton
nage of exports, exercised a favorable senti
ment. Local money conditions reflected
further ease, both as to time and call loans.
UDviously, advances In the stock market
list were caused by the overconfident br
element, which had extended Its operations
to ine point wnere any reversal might prove
disastrous. Indications of urgent covering
of short contracts were frequent during the
Munitions and equipments llks Bethle
hem and Crucible steels, the locomotives.
Railway Steel Springs, American Car,
Pressed Steel Car and the motors and their
accessories contributed to tho breadth of
Shipping shares regained much of their
former prominence with advances of 1 to 2
points for Mercantile Marine preferred and
United Fruit and 54 for Atlantic, Gulf &
VV'est Indies common, with 3 for the pre
ferred. United States Industrial Alcohol
re-established itself -in speculative favor by
an abrupt rebound of 7 to 11-lA on ru
mor of another profitable contract with
the French government
United States Steel led the market, al
though making an extreme gain of 1 H
points. The consensus of opinion Is that
no "extra" dividend will be declared at
next week's quarterly meeting.
Rails were backward most of the day,
but Union .Pacific, Canadian Pacific and
Reading moved forward at the close. Cop
pers, Tennessee excepted, were in fair de
mand. Tobaccos augmented recent sub
stantial advances. Total sales amounted to
455. 00O shares.
Bonds failed to keep pace with the stock
list, showing some irregularity. Tennessee
Copper convertibles added 5 to yesterday's
loss of 6 points. Total sales, par value,
aggregated $2.435. 000. United States bonds
were unchanged on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Am eet Susrar.
Am Car & Vdy.
Am Sm & Refg.
Ant Sug Refg...
Am Tel & Tel..
Am Z L & S
Bait & Ohio. . . .
Br Rap Transit.
H & 5 Copper. .
Calif Petrol. . . .
Ches & Oiiio. . ..
Chi Mil St P.
Chi & X W
C R I & P Ry. .
Colo Fu & Iron.
Corn Prod Ref..
1 'J'.' ,
l !:: 1
Clt Nor pfd
Gt Nor Ore cif.. .
lihnots Central. .
int Cons Corp..
4 4 T,
int rlarv, N J
Int M II nfd ctf. 23.UU0
K C Southern... 40
Kennecott Cop. 14..V0
Louis & Xaih... IIOO
Mexican Petrol. 11, TOO
Miami Copper.. 400
M K & T pfd
Missouri Pacif.. 30O
Montana Power. 4u0
National Lead.. ......
Nevada Copper. 2
N V Central , 1,1m)
IT Y N H & H . . 4oo
Nor & Western. S'tO
North Pacific. . 1.4UO
Pac Te! & Tel
Pennsylvania . . 3,:loo
Ray Cons Cop.. 4.1U0
Rep Ir it Steel. 400
Shat Aria Cop.. 20O
Southern Pacif. 2.;oo
Southern Ry.... 1.7"o
studebaker Co.. 2r.,c.no
Tennessee Cop.. 30.20O
Texas Co 1 ..1o
Union Pacific. .. 2, Sou
do pfd '
U S Ind Alcohol. 2.400
U S Steel 4R.40O
do pfd S.fiOO
I'tah Copper.... 1,40
AVabash pfd B.. f"0
"Western Cnlon. 200
Westins Elect.. fl.BUO
Total sales tor the day. 405,000 shares.
V s ref -s reg. Northern Pac 3s. r.r,
J S ref coup.'WHi ac x A x &s...ito
IT S Its ree 100 tPenn con 4 Us.. 101,
IT S :ts coupon. "TOO South Pac ref 4s sn
u n 45 ret "ivfy ao cv .s ivs
U S 43 coupon. HO l Union Pac 4s...
jK.m Mneiter ts..ivi, uo rv 4S. . . . . . ;.
Atchison een 4sH2iTI S stel .s...l044
N Y C deb 6s. . Anglo-Frcncli Os. tt5i
ortnern ac 4a wj
M In inr Stocks at Boston.
BOSTON. July 19. Closing Quotations:
Allouci " 5i IXlpisainjr Mines. CV
Am Zinc A Lead 34 1 North Butte Sou
Arizona Com.... SHiOld Dom 1
Butte & Sup.... Bo1', Osceola
Cftlumet & Ariz. i t -it , ymncy :
i'al A Hecla. Shannon 7 h
Can Ranee Con. 57 Superior l'2l
East Butte Cop. lli!Pup Bos Min. Si
o . i amaracK
U ran by Con 81 JUS t?n
R & At. nf
Isle Roy (Cop).
Lake Copper. ... .
4.l do pfd l0!4
l;o , i Tan Jon i:
4 V, Winona 4
11 Wolverine 4b
Money Exchange Etc
XSW YORK, July 10. Mercantile paper,
4-i Ter cent.
Fterling 60-day bills, S1.71 Vi ; demand,
$4.73; cables. $4.76Hi
Far silver. 62 c,
Mexican dollars. 4c.
Government boads, steady; railroad bonds,
Time mans Steady; 60 and 00 days. 39
4 per cent; six montna, 'ahk per cent.
-Call money Steady; high. 2U per cent
low, 2k per cent: ruling rate. 2H per cent
last loan, H per cent; closing bid, 24 per
cent ; orierea at a per cent,
SAN" FHAXCISCO, July 19. Sterling 60
day. $4.71; dmand, $4.7 ii; cables, $4.76
Mexican no'iars, nominal.
Drarts signt, par: telejrraph, 3c.
SAN EILi-SClSCO PKOUtCE MARKET
Ptlccs Currtfnt on Butter, Eggs. Fruits,
Vegetables. Etc.. at Bay City.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 10. Butter-
Fresh extras, 2tc; prime firsts, 2Cc ; fresh
Hggs Fresh extras. 28c: pullets, 25 He.
Ciit,-ese New, U'-jc; younc Americas, IT
Vegetables Asparagus. $1 (ff 1.23; atrin
beans. 3S4c; wax, 3'j4c; limas. 4Hjc; gree;
rtas, a 3c; green corn, $L27iI2; Sammei
quash, 5i'75c; tomatoes. 25 'y 35c; egg
plant. 75c ij-f 1; ell peppers. 4dc
pf-tatoes New. 1.6U' 1.S5.
- Fruit Plums, 05? 75c; loganberries, $3.50
24.50; reaches. SutOc; blackberries. $:.50
oranges. 3.25';i3.5o; lemons, $t.40'i7; grape
f rcit. $2 (T 2.25 ; bananas. Hawaiian, 75c tf
$1.54); pineapples, i-tawauaa. ovc 'q si.rO.
Receipts Flour, 40:o quarter sacks; bar
ley, -S-'ifiT centals; hsy. till tons; potatoes,
75t& sacks; beans. 101 sacks.
C'offM in tore Advancing.
NEW YORK, July 19. The market 'for
coffee futures was firm again today.
after opening two to four points higher
was sustained throughout the session by
support from local and foreign interests,
most of which was based on the continued
strength of the Brazilian market and a
belief that spot Interests having light sup
plies will soon have to replenish. From lta
early level of $S.49 September advanced
to g.51. December from $.63 to $9.65 and
I Marcn from to $S.StJ, with the close
practically at the top of the day and six
points net higher, tales, 35.250 bags; July,
99.44: August. 93.44; September. S.50; Octo
ber, SS.55; NovewLer, 9S.60; Jecember. 9-05;
Januwy, 9S.71 ; February, 93.7S ; March.
9S.S5; April, 93.00; May. 9S.S6; June, 93.0L
Spot offee Steady; Rio 7a, 9H; Santos
Offers from Santos were about 10 points
hlghsr, with 4s quoted 10l45 to 11 cost
and freight. London credits.
The official cables reported Rio exchange
Hd higher and otherwise unchanged, ex
cept for an advance of 25 to 5 re-is tn
LARGE WLNONA WHEAT CROP HELD
Elevator. Loaded to Brim, Mar Be Caabls is
Handle This Year's Product.
WINONA, Wash.. July 19. (Special.)
With a-bJg new wheat crop almost ready for
harvest, farmers of this locality still hold
more wheat than was ever known in. the
history of the country. The Pacific Coast
Elevator Company warehouse is still leaded
to the brim and has several thousand bushels
standing on a platform. .
Unless this wheat is sold soon this nous
will be unable to handle the new crop. This
one warehouse has now nearly 30.00U- bushels.
One farmer has bOOO bushels on his farm, in
tan&s, which he needs for the new crop. He
says he probably will hold the old crop and
sell the new.
HOG PRICES MAINTAINED
PRIME CATTLE 1ST DEMAND. BCT
nferior Steers and Cows Sell at Loner
Prices Sheep and Lambs
Thers was a fairly active market at the
yard, yesterday, but without chance In mar
ket conditions. There is a good demand for
prime steers, both heavy and Hsht, but the
bulk of the supply this week has been of
common to fair grade, cows as weli as steers.
V hile the best offerings command stead
prices, sellers are forced to take less money
for the poorer quality.
In th. hor mitrlcet value. ..t.bliah.d
tb opening of th week are being obtained
without difficulty and sheep prices are also
holding" their own. there having been no
changes la the mutton line of late, t
Receipts were 1) cattle, ti calves, 594 bogs
and 213 sheep.
Shippers were: Iteeee & Loop. Tunhlll
County, 1 car hogs and sheep J. W. McPad
den, Benton County, 1 car hogs and sheep;
Jensen, Lane County, 1 car cattle, calves
and hogs; M. L.. Forester, Linn County. 1 car
hogs and sheep; Krank Wann. Marion Coun-
l car nogs and sheep; J. larlsb.
Marion County. 3 cars hogs.
Wgt. Pr.l Wt. Pr.
ISsters.. li."s f.r.i i bull Jn.ao
1'S.teers. . 1J 73 U.fto 9 ho&s. . . :43 S.W
Steers. . llS Shows... '2V.i P.O0
r7st.rs.. lu.'.il 6.o 12hoKS-.. X4 l.uo
10 cows... i,- & lambs.. 8.-5
cows... lltW) :AH 4 ewes.... 1'2H C.0U
3st.crs.. li-O 6. no 7 Iambi.. .'.3 r."0
It steers.. I'US 0.7u 7.ws... Ili.l Oil
a steers.. 11. ' J .VTri, 4 twn.. . H3 tS.OU
lcow.... .".no :t.00 7 srl'KS J:s n.8.-i
1 stag... 12::o A.oo S3 lambH.. flrt 8.2.'
1 bull.... 31XO 4.io la lambs... T..SU
lcow.... ltt;;t) 4..0 &stcrs.. f4 5 5
2cown... Inti5 4.50 lst.er... 810
:icows... i:;: r.uo 6 steers.. :i4 fv.7,'1
lcow.... !( 5.00 lllios-s... 140 H.00
4 steers.. 10."i5 .7 Thoss... BJ.1 . 8. no
1 heifer. . "01) 4.2.- Rhos... S'i! b.110
4 steers.. 880 5.00 lhoK.... 170 u.tlo
B steers.. 1140 .1.7.'. S! hos !S 8.30
3stAers.. 4.J5 7 1iok... 17 7..iO
1 bull.... 1400 .r.o 3iihogs... -01 p. 00
1 heifer. . 760 4.O0.
Tha iuurc of the livestock received at the
local yards in the past month was as follows:
Cattle. C:v. Moss. Sheep.
. -JWl ... 4.040
. r.n.l 7S .tt't 3.81
.2,031 .... 407
Totals 0.463 3fl7 S.04tf 21.H77
The disposition of the stuck sold during
the montu was:
Cattle. Civs. mocs. sheep.
nlon Mat Co.
3.U0J 2U1 lu.7.14 10.7-':i
i:s B H7
l.-.B - !1 171 143
01 u l4ri
-'01 47 1.04s
. 3 3.1S1 - boo
l.'i.-V ... 1,3S.! 201
70 2 417 r.fii
314 ... 370 4.KR4
i'ol ... 3.o7H Mh
137 II 4.18 303
4 43 .',71
S. A O. Co
Ill Company ......
Feeders. Oreiron ....
Carstens at Co. ......
Frve & Co
Taeoma 31eat Co. . . ,
Barton & Co
Puset Sound Packers
AT lacellanous ......
Feelers, Idaho . . . . .
1 eetlers-Montana ...
friers 01 tn. teaains Classes 01 livestock
at the local yards are
S '-'.I r.
4.00 f0 SO
S.ooi 4 7.-,
flood to prime
PiKs and skips
6.00 & 7.10
'. 5.7r, .
4.7.1 i a. no
Omahs Livestock Market.
OMAHA. July 1. Hoes Receipts 11.400,
steady. Heavy. Jl.;ir f uo; light. !.:t'
U.40; pigs. t'a: bulk of sales. S'J.309.40
Cattle Kecelpts lmuo, steady. .Nstlve
steers, S7.23'ff 10.-3; cows and helferr, Stf.25
; Western steers, 7ffilt; Texas steers.
So.7o'n'7.75: stockers and feeders, 'r8.l'.v
t-heep rteceipts UM.U, steady. leartlngs,
$B.7.V"f S.2.-i: wethers, $6.5057.73; Iambs.
rhlcaco Livestock Market.
CHICAGO, July 19. Hogs Receipts 24,-
000, firm at yesterday's sverage. Bulk. $9.30
iil0; light. fS.SOlO: mixed. 9.3010.1S
heavy. ta.MS10.15i rough. $u.20 9.4u. pigs,
cuttle KeceinTs i4.nov. weak, isative per
cattle. iB.903 10.73; Western steers. $7,006.9
stockers and' feeders. $3.2jt s.L'.i: rows and
heifers. $3.35? .40: calves. S..,0 4il.
-neep tteceipts j4.uoo. weak. wetners,
$U.73toS.30; lambs, $7 310.40.
SAVANNAH. July 19. Turpentine, firm
4 2 fr 4 2 c : sales. B29 barrels; receipts. 448
barrels; shipments, none; stocks, 13,130.
Rosin, firm; sales. 114U barrels; receipts.
18.13 barrels: shipments, none; stocks, i
14,-j barrels. Quote: A. B. $8.2.-8 30; -. IT
$.2Str.SO: 1!. M.2.i95M: K. I.S5B4
f!. $U.4: H, I. K. M. $0.3O; N. $0.35; WO,
$.0i; WW. $7.0O.
NEW YORK. July 10. Copper Unsettled
Iron, steady and unehans-ed.
The Metal Exchange quoted tin quiet
and easy: spot. .fQ.i5v3i..lc.
The Metal Kxchange quotes lead 6.31e
Spelter Firm; spot, East Pt. Louis de
livery, 3 Vic
Riddle IIr Thamaared by Rain.
RIDDLE. Or.. July 18. (Special.) It
feared th&t the recent heavy rains have In
J tired to some extent the hundreds of ton
of hay in the fields In this vicinity. Sam Ball
and sons have 300 tons cut and In the shocks
which they expected to bale. Gardens
prune orchards will be benefited by the
London Wool Sales.
lONTX)X. July 11. A moderate selection,
amounting to 6'2Q0 bales, was effered at the
wool auction sales today. The demand was
quieter, owing to dear money, and prices
were occasionally In buyers' favor, except
for the finest clips, which were firm.
Dulnth Linseed Market.
DTTLirTH. July 3. Unseed On track.
1.92fetfrl.l3; to arrive. $1.12 ; July. .i'2
bid; September. $1.024 asked; October.
(1.U0H asked: November, $1.U0 bid; Decem
ber. $1.8 J asked.
Chicago IirT Produce.
CHICAGO, July 19. Butter, unchanged.
Eggs Receipts, IS, 164 cases; unchanged.
w York Kng-ar Market.
YORK. July 19. Raw suar Easier;
centrifugal, t.14c ; molasses, 5.;7c.
Refined Steady; fine granulated, 7.65a.
Stocks Firmer at Londoa.
LOXDON. July 30. American securities
were moderately active and a fraction over
Hops. Etc at New York
NEW YORK. July 3. Hops, steady.
Hides, firm. Wool, steady.
Dried Krnit at New York
NKW YOPK, July 3. Evaporated applea,
Quiet. Prunes, unsettled. Peaches, firm.
N1TW YORK, July 39. Spot cotton Quiet;
middling uplands, 12.85c; sales, none, i
GABLES ARE LOWER
Chicago Wheat Weakened
Drop at Liverpool.
PEACE TALK ALSO FACTOR
Market Closes Ixnver at Fractional
lecline Worst Black Kust Ko
ports to ' Bate Fail to
Cause I-astins ftally.
CTTTCAQO, July 10. TVheat prices showed
weakness today, influenced largely by de
clining quotations at Liverpool and by re
newea hints of a chance for peace. Iha
market closed nervous, a shade to c pet
lower, with September $1.124 and Decem
ber at S1.15H. Corn finished H W S c-nts
off to H. cent up: oats down ftt S cents
and provisions varying from a slight de
cline to a rise of 5 cents.
otnithtandimr that black rust resorts
ecmed worse than at any time since the
nfectton was discovered, the wheat market
ppird at first, to be almost whollv under
the Influence of bearish cable dispatches.
it was sam to oe trie prevailing view at
Liverpool that North American supplies
were large and were likely to Increase In
the near future.
Rain In -Kansas, Nebraska Iowa and Illi
nois av the bears an advantage regard
ing corn- The Government weekly crou re
port was also a weakening Influence.
owts unoerwent a &c sag with other cer
ls. Field advices were favorable.
Heavy realizing sales by holders acted as
weight on lard and ribs. Packers buyina.
how ever, was more than an offset as to
pork. A tweak In the oil market seemed to
ave prompted some of the selling of lard.
Leading futurea ranged as follows:
. ..$1.1 l"i
.. 1.14 t-
$1 11 s
.84 M ..-.
.40 'i - .40i
.42 .4 J is
. 2.1 90
13.27 1S.35 1327
1337 13.42 13.32
Cash prices were:
Wheat No. 2 red. new. $1.1B4: No. a
red. nominal: No. 2 hard. old. lllVi
1.13M: old. No. .-. hsrd. $l.l0f 1.12'.i.
Corn No. 2 yel'ow. 81Slic; No. 4 yel
low, 7t)(S0c: No. 4 white. 75t78c.
oats No. 3 white, 40ric; standard, 42c.
Ita rley 63 fr 7e.
Primary receipts Wheat. 1.243JO0O vs.
3.000 bushels; eorn. SOS. 000 vs. 42(1.000
bushels: oats. U80.0O0 vs 3s,000 bushels.
Shipments Vheat. 67O.0OO - 34.00fi
bushels: corn. 477. 000 vs. tlrt.3.000 bushels;
ats. 718.000 vs. sml.oon bushels.
Clearances Wheat. 97.ooo bushels; corn,
47.000 bushels: oats 384.000 bushels: flour.
Minneapolis Grab Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 10. Wheat July.
$1.13; September. $1.1314: rash. No. 1
hard. $I.2': No. 1 Northern. $1.11 Vi &
1.17Vi: No. 2 Northern. $1.12i fil.lriu.
Barley, G270c. Flax. $1.61) '3 l.24j.
Foreign CJraln Markets.
T.tVERPOOL. July 19. Cash wheat. l?d
lower. .'orn. Id lower.
BUENOS AIRES July 19. Wheat.
lower. Corn, 3 lower.
Oratn at ban ranciM-.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 19. Spot quota
tions Walla. $1.70'f1.72H : red Russian.
$l.timil.7i): Turkey red. $1.80y.l.S.J'i ;
bluestem, $1.82 i 1.83.
Barley, feed. $1.4r.tt 1.47 '4.
Oats, white. $1.32 'i 1 .33.
Mlllfeed Bran. $2127.50l middlings. $32
0 33; sburts, $30S1.
Call board -Barley. December, $1.47 Vk.
Pug-ct bound Grain Markets.
SRATT1.E. July 19. Wheat Bluestem. $1 :
Turkey red, $1; fortyfold. 92e; club, 92r;
fife. 02c: red Russian. 4!c. Barley, $28.30
per ton. Yesterday's csr receipts: Wheat,
13: flour, 1. V
TACOMA. July 19. Wheat Bluestem. 11:
fortyfold, 94c; club and red fife, 02c Car
receipts: Wheat. 2: corn. 1.
MONITOR WORKER DEAD
MAN WHO HELPKD BULD HISTORIC
BOAT DIES AT LA, (HIWUE.
Peter Floyd, V etc mm O.-W. R. & Kn
ploj-e, Saw Active NaTal and Mill,
tary Service In Civil "War.
LA GRANDE. Or.. July 19. CSoe-
cial.) Peter A. Floyd, 74. & pioneer
empioyo o tno railroad comDanv now
aesignated ine u.-w. , & a., and one
of the last survivors of the mechanics
who helped Kricson build the historic
Monitor, is dead. His body was sent
tonight to The Dalles for interment.
Mr. Floyd came to Portland from San
Francisco in 1870 with Ben Holladay.
ana two years later went to The Dalles.
In the late eighties he was sent to La
Grande. When he was retired two
years agro, he was the oldest employe
of the- company. He served as fireman
on the North Carolina and the Pensa-
cola and did blockade duty under Ad
miral Sam Lee off the Carol in as dur
ing the Civil War. He fought in the
battle of Mobile Bay.
Mr. Floyd was married twite. But
one son. Frank, and his widow survive
him. Brief funeral services were held
here tonight, and railroad shops stood
idle in honor to his memory.
2000. WILL DRAW CLAIMS
More Than 65,000 Are Registered
for Col vi lie Drawing.
SPOKANE. July 19. The total acre
age on the Colville Indian Reservation
subject to entry by the winners in next
week! big land drawins; ia 422.144
acres, according to word received today
from the Land Office in Washington.
Judge John McPhaul. representing the
Land Office here, announced that this
acreage will easily assure that 2000 of
those registering: will draw claims.
Judge McPhaul expects to have S000
names drawn next Thursday.
Up to noon 65.084 persons had regis
tered lor the Colville lands.
Albany Favors Roberts Bill.
ALBANY, Or, July 19. (Special.) A
resolution favoring a county tax on
mail-order houses for the busshess done
in the county was adopted by the Al
bany Retail Merchants' Association
last night. This resolution favors the
Roberts bill, now before Congress.
which, if enacted into law, will require
mail-order houses to furnish every
county a statement of the busines
done in that county so that a tax may
Albany Prepares for Jewelers.
ALBANY, Or.. July 19. (Special.)
Delegates to the state convention
the Oregon State Jewelers Association.
to be held In Albany next week, will
be tendered, a reception next Tuesday
evening at the Hotel Albany by the
members of the Albany Retail Mer
chants' Association. At the meeting of
the Merchants Association last niffht
copimittees wer named to arrange the
details of th reception.
CANDIDATES ARE FILING
Threo Formally Enter Primary Kace
iit Skamania County.
STEVKNSOX Wash.. July 19. (Spe
cial.) Aspirants for Skamania County
offices havo commenced to tile. Joe
Gray, Democratic candidate for sher
iff, and George M. Hazard. Republican
candidate for county clerk, filinsr their
declarations today, while P. K. Inman.
Republican candidate for commission
er from the second district, filed his
declaration last Saturday.
County Auditor Melor Is kept busy
answering inquiries of prospective
candidates and, quoting- the laws.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
rHTiiSTESRN To Mr. and Mrs, J.
Cbr"S.f.!n. KIT Marlhwlck. Jul, . a
KjiU'V To Mr. and Mrs. l..od Ke.u.
erts. onion Cliy. July 1, -p,.,.
btes To Mr. and Mrs.- O.
eo? i:kr.ihth streei. July l. a JtMjw.
WlCKUAit lO nu -
Wlckham. lliw r
daughter. , -.
NLTBHOWN To Mr. and Sir
Nuturown. b-IU Vancouver avenue,
s, dauKhter. . ,v . -
pAVlSOX T Mr. and Mrs. Albert raw
son, foot of orampton. July a son.
S.VLLAGllEK Tu Mr. and ilra. i. K.
Oallaghe.-. 1272 East Vamhlll. Ju., 14. a
""kRI-SE-To V.r. and Mn. Orvllle Kruse,
468 Kajt Nlr.tb street. July 0. a son
BOXER To Mr. and Mrs. Israel Boxer.
3u mtiu street. July 11. a daughter.
ings. 342 Marguerite avenue, legal. t"'U
Hael Uallasher. U33 East Oaruthors street.
'"llONTAO'WISTERS Ralph T. Montag.
S3 Commercial street, lrb.il. and ranks
Haiel Wint.-rs. 813 Mllwaukle street, legaL
CARPklNTEK-HKOWN-Url R. isrpen
ter 4131 Sixtv. ninth avenue tooutrteast. le
gal, arid Bessie Hasel Brow a, 4lKil Seventy
llfth BLreet tuUieast, legal.
iinOt:-ROS Cl.rcc Torrey Mudge.
Etixene. legal, and lansy Blossom Rosa, l-3
Lait Usvis street. lt-al.
riCAULt.N-KlRCHNK.H Adrian Joseph
Scalloti. tu.'ei Maulsou street. legU and
Bcrilia Edith Klreliner. Hotel Beward. legal.
KHKllllAN-KliSTElt Willis J. Kborroan.
Mtmer. or., lesal. and Mae K.etex. llail
GUIVEK-t'Ol-r Homer C. Glover Eagle
Creek. Or., legal, and Florence K. olt. tij
Taeoma avenue, legal. .
W ni.LKR-lXKKl.EMTER A. B. t eller.
jju ruu.m). ,ir,.i leical. aud Bessie M.
L-otflemyer. 24 Prescott street Wwl, legal.
GUT Rrf BOMA.N Erect one-story frame
dwelling. 01 East Seventy-third street.
teeu liast Stark end East Alder streets
a. ..i t j Uy.tr.-, va-ssl I - S 1 .V0
C 1.KV1T Hepa.iT une-aiory frame awoii
Inu. !.'. Kat Twenty.venth ftrct. ie
tvtefti Knt Mill and Stptien treets;
PORTLAND ARTIFICIAL. ICE COM-
pX ' Comirurt f- nr. north w-st corner
of EUhtvnth Thurmaa irei; buiiaer.
ume; $lPrt. . . .
J. G. ONKIb Kepir bm--ij """
dwolllnff. 7 J 2 Uast svcnty-seconJ Mn-pt
North, brtw pen Krrmont and. ivlicawitai
itrorta; build vr, va.mv: $40.
XORTHWBHT STEEL. COMPAST-Emt
onc-iiorv riumo rtorHKe hed, foot of fcUcri
dn fftrect; builder. ame: :i00.
JOHN ":NUSTROM Ert-t on-tory
frame dwelling 1 Kail Mohawk treet.
between ludon and Central aveuue;
builder. Frank Heam; $1200.
A. MOisKSHON Hepatr one-tor- frame
rtwelllnic. Porter street. btwn Third
and Fourth trt.; builder. A. Orover;
ELUABETH K. FIN NIG AN Construct
retaining wait. :."5 Pixth atreet. between
Oaruttier and bherldan atrecti.; bullaer,
same; , .
f-5U"LLrO Repair one-nd-one-nir-utorv
frame dwelliue. 1-H Kat Lsincoln
Ktreet, between Kast Thirty-ninth and b-ast
Forty-flret Htreeta; builder, day work;
J J. LKI3CtL.L. Repair on-tory frame
dwelllni, tt'Jft Weldler Ptreet, between Kast
Nineteenth and Kast Twenty-first PTrecl;
builder Orefn Home Builders. fl"0.
S W. KKYNOI.DS Kepair one-etory
frame warahontc. Kt Thirty-flrat utreet
North, between Eait Couch ar d Kst lavie
trteii: builder, day work: .f 10t.
JAi'OB MrHOTT Repair on-ma-on
hatf-Biorv fram dwelllns. 7I0 Kast 1 hi
ait tsantli aireet Xortt. betTen lee-'h
Walllnr troota- hutliifr. ti. H. FcskliU:
one-story frame "hop. Toot of bnenaan
tr't : builder, aame: 40o.
MRS S. K. JUM!, Repair one-rory
frame dwelling. Oil Orctronlan avenue, be
en t'lympia ani aie&rs airceia, uuiiuei ,
Homer Grander: J3.
LONG S1I-VA Repair three-atory mui
targe. 42 Hawt horne avenue, between
Kant Kiffhth and East Ninth street; builder.
J. H. BITTT.F.K Erect one-atory Ira me
rarapte, 61 S Marion avenue, net ween is-awi
urteeiitn ara casi aixiecnui iireen.
buildt-r. aame: ni.
REED INSTITUTE Kepalr two-etory
frame dwelilnn. U-l Montgomery etreet. be-
ween Sixth and Seventh streets; builder.
15. Seed; 75.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL KEPORT
PORTLAND. July 1!). Maximum temper
ature, 79 degree; minimum. S7 degreea
River reading-. 8 A. M.. 0.9 leet; change In
ast 24 houra, 0.9 foot fall. Total rainfall
P. M. to S P. M. K none: total rainfall
ince P;ptember 1. 311 S. G5.o4 inchea; norual
ainfall iincc Sopteniier 1. 44.:it Inches; ex-
eens of rrtinfall ulnre Fep tern her 1. 31. IS
nuhes. Total sunshine. 12 hours 3 minutes:
possible- sunshine, 15 hours Is minutes. Ba
rometer t reduced to sea level), a J M.. 3M. I-
nches. Keiative humid It y at noon, m per
cent. River. 5 P. M.. 0.3 feet.
s ; 2
If ? i
S0 0.H.. NWCU-ar
h2 0.O0 . .ISWiCIear
Ju 0.to 10 SW -Clear
Trt 0:00 . .iXW;C:ar
0(1,1.1; 12'SB Clear
7i 0.0i. . S flear
iiiTTt.iti; . .'XW.Pt. cloudy
4 O.OOtlO W IClear
flL O.ort . .NW Clear
PM'O.imi lu S Cloudy
78 0.OO 12, W Clear
J4 O.Uin . . 'SW PL cloudy
;tf 0.Oo'l2 N IC'.oody
7'-' (.('. .SW !C!ear
72 O.Oo. . NW Clear
9OU.U0 10W (Clear
i 0.00 . .riW ;lear
.! . . 'S jCloudy
htJ O.OO 1- E Clear
2 0.0S U NW Cloudy
SO 0.(Xi . . SW jCiear
h4 .14 10'N Clear
57i.00:. .! W Clear
Dcs Moines , . . . .
I,ofl Aneelra ....
Now Orleans ....
lt'ti 0,t. -;W Clear
O. t'1, . . ' w !C.ea.r
79 O.0O . .'NWlciear
p4 0.0H 10 NE 'Clear
iS 0."):. . S (Clear
U4 0.811 10,8W Cioudy
00 0.u' . . N IClear
H 0.0O '24 W IClear
7U-0.0O 12 SW C!uudy
78 O.Oir .. &W Clear
7- O.imm. . W (Clear
l! O.T.S . .'SW ,Kain
T.itoosh T:and ..
aKa Walla ...
Washington .. .
M.0.OO:. .;SW 'Cl -ar
.OtV- . . K 'Clear
. 7 O.)
Osi'lS SW Clear
)Q, ,.;S (Clear
A moderate depression, central over Ari
zona, overlies most of the .Southern States,
and another overlies Interior 4'anttda- and the
Lake region: high pressure obtains over the
Northern States from the Pa rifle Coast to
the Lake rston and on the North Atlantic
Coast. Showers have fallen In Western
Washington. British Columbia. Colorado, the
Northern Plains States. Mississippi Valy.
I llinois. Tennessee anil the LM strict of Co
lumbia. Th.- weather Is cooler on the Central
California Coast, in the Central Plains States.
Mississippi Valley and Valley of the Red
Rlwr of the North : It la warmer in most
other sections of the country.
The conditions are favorable for showers
Thursday in extreme Northwestern Washing
ton and for generally fair and continued
warm weather in the remainder of this
district. It will be warmer Thursday tn
Northeastern Washington. Winds wi.l ' b
Portland and vicinity Fair; northwesterly
Oregon Pair and continued warm; north
wester, y winds.
Waahlnston Fair except showers extreme
northwest portion, warmer norm east portion
winds mostly westeriy.
Idaho Fair and continued warm.
T. FRANCIS DRAKE,
Arizona Man Acepta Call to Oregon,
KLAMATH FALLS, Or.. July
(Special.) It Is announced here that
Itev. W. H. Cox. of Yuma, Ariz., has
accepted a call from the Emmanuel Bap
Uat ChuAch, and will occupy the local
As Trsstee' of Bond and Xote
Issues. No corporation can af
ford to put its bonds or notes
on the market without cer
tification as to regularity and
genuineness by a responsible
and well-established trust
This Comparer Is empowered
by law to accept appointment
We offer Kxnerlence, Security
and Boklscss Care.
Lumber mens Trust Company
Capital and Surplus (4X).000.
Lumbermen 'Bldtc-. Kir th and Stark.
Williams avenue, from McMillan
o Morris streets, paved m 1907;
Second, irom Morrison to Mont
gomery Ftreet.s. paved in 107;
Twenty-fifth from Johnson to
Savier street, paved in 1S07:
iJrand avenue, from lielmont to
Kaat Stark streets, paved in 190i;
Grand avenue, from Ford to Park
streets, paved in li0S; Xorthrup.
from Twenty-fourth to Twenty
fifLh etreeta. paved in 19oS. are
all every-day exhibits of the ex
cellence of that standard of all
Bit u lit hie
Warren Brothers' Company.
Journal Building, Portland. Or.
pulpit for the first time on August A.
Mr. Cox comes Jiisrhly recommundeq
from several churches he previously
gpa ca csa Dm books beb osa arj
Q The Popular Scenic Rente 3
I By Water to California i
North F.cnd...S 7.50 and $ 5.00
Marshficld ... 7.50 and 5.00
Eureka 15.00 and 10.00
San Francisco. 12.00 and 7.00
Santa Barbara 20.00 and 12.00
Los Angeles... 20.35 and 12.35
San Diego 22.00 and 13.75
Including? Simla and Berth.
S. S. BREAKWATER
Sails Thursday. Juljr ro. I. M.
North rarlfle Stramshlp la.
Ticket Office 122-A Third St.
Thones: Main 1314. A 1314.
WW Sja MJD Ba?
Lois Angeles 4
(Without Chaaga Em ltote.
Com t or fa ble,
S. S. ROSE CITY"
Sails Frm Alnaworth D.rh
3 V. M.. 1'BIDAV, JII.Y II.
I0O Golden Ml lr .a
All Hate. In-last
llertli. and Mcsla.
Table and Serica
The San Frasclsrs A Portland S. S.
Co.. Third and Wasbisttiia Streets
(with UW. H. 4 Ji. C) lcL Broad
war 4500. A. eUL
Portland $20.00 I j
to and L ' .
San Francisco $17.50 J e
X 1 HAS
TearUt. $15.00 and S1S30; d Class.
topecial Jiound Trij l-'svre, aU.0tt.
MEALS AND BERTH INCLUDED.
Etemmer Express Leares :30 A, If.
TrESDAT, THURSDAY, BATl'llDAT.
Fran hmn Jt'rancieco, 10 :3a A. JrL
TICKET OFFICB. 6TU ANIi 6TA&S.
Phones Hroa-dway 920. A WTL
S48 Wib. et.. Ureat Northera Ry.
Third and. Morrison Sisl. Nor. Pao. Ry.
S. 8. Spokane. July Ancnrt 719
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