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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 3, 1916)
THE HORSING DREGOXTA3T, THURSDAY, ATGUST 3, 1916.
WHEAT AT DOLLAR
Mark Anticipated by Farmers
Has Been Reached.
COUNTRY BLUESTEM SALES
CInb Is Purchased at Interior
Points at Up to 95 Cents Trad
ing on Iarge Scale Jjocal
. Flour Prices Raised. ,
Dollar wheat, which the farmers In the
Tacific Northwest have ben confidently
expecting, made ls appearance yesterday.
This price was paid in the country for blue
gtem for the first time since the exciting
wheat boom days early In 1015. Club wheat
was also bought at sharply advancing rates,
lip to 05 cents being paid et country points.
These extreme Quotations were not gen
eral, but were reported from only a few
points. Other bids - sent into the Interior
were 2 to .3 cents lower than these prices.
Trading In the country was on a liberal
The market was strong. Influenced by the
abnormal bulge in the Chicago option mar
ket Bids at the Merchants Exchange
were advanced 3 cents over those of Tues
day, which put all Portland quotations at
or above the dollar point except red Rus
sian. In spite of Chicago's showing, wheat busi
ness for Eastern account was slower, as the
cash markets there did not follow the option
markets upward. Bids sent here by Eastern
mills and dealers were, consequently, out of
line with the new prices established In this
Barley and oats were sympathetically af
fected by the wheat strength and bids at
the exchange were advanced 60 cents.
Because of the higher cost of wheat, an
advance of i!0 cents a barrel in flour prices
was announced, to be effective this morn
ing. Tbe new quotation on patents will be
4o.40. . Export grades are quoted at $.60.
In the past month flour prices have ad
vanced CO cents a barrel In this market.
It is not In the United States and Can
ada alone that crops have suffered. Broom
hatl summarizes the foreign situation as
France Complaint of .unfavorable develop
- ments continue to come to hand from the
main wheat area. Acreage is lighter and
growth not favorable. Weeds and vermin
damaging. In the south outlook better.
Outlook for oats good. Import needs will
Germany Harvest has commenced, with
weather favoring. Some reports are opti
mistic. Invaded area is reported as pro
Russia Weather is now favorable and
crops improving. Acreage will be short and
yield under normal. Reserves are heavy
and prices low, and this discouraged farm
ers. There is small prospects of but very
moderate clearances during the season.
United Kingdom Weather is now hot and
forcing and crops show an improvement.
Bulgaria Our agent reports harvesting
is good with weather favoring. Yield will
too over normal.
Austria-Hungary Latest reports from
neutral sources Bhow harvest better than
Australia Weather Is now favorable and
crops improving. Acreage will be i!0 to 2a
per cent under last year. Holders are very
reserved and carryover will be liberal, as
a protective measure,
India There Is more willingness shown
to, offers; but actual clearances are very
light, as freights are limited.
Spain Weather favorable and good har-
rest prospects are maintained.
Denmark. Crops are about an average.
Importation will be liberal.
Sweden. Crops better than last year, but
very late. Imports will be liberal.
Terminal receipts, in cars, were reported
by the Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay
Portland. Wed.. 9
Year ago 19
Reason to date. ,2i0
Year ago r'25
Tacoma, Tues. IT
Year ago 34
Season to date.-Rflo
Year ago 555
Seattle, Tuess. . . I
Year ago 17
.season to date..3':t
Y'ear ago -?l
4 4 B
5 2 2 28
17 1R4 177 122
48 il 79 lit!
7 18 75
24 20 loll
6 .a 3
2 7 1 23
13 1S3 110 S3!)
32 248 'JO 418
FAlX GRAIN" HARVEST HAS BEGUN
"Wheat and Barley Crops Turn Out Better
Following is a summary of the crop con
ditions In Oregon for the week ending August
3. as reported to the local office of the
Weather Bureau by special correspondents
throughout the states
Another week of excellent growing
weather has caused all crops to make splen
lid advancement. k
The barley and Fall wheat harvest is be
coming general, and both crops are turning
out better than expected some weeks ago.
Spring wheat .and oats are heading and
filling nicely. Corn has improved greatly,
but this crop Is still backward on account of
the previous cool weather.
The bulk of the second crop of alfalfa
3ias been secured In fine condition, and the
third crop has made a good start. Some
hay was slightly damaged -by rain in the
northwestern portion of the state, but else
where haying proceeded under favorable
weather conditions. The hay crop which,"
In view of the previous wet weather, ought
to have been unusually large, has not turned
out "so well as expected on account of the
cool Spring, which retarded growth, and
later a large amount was bady damaged
by vain after being cut. The second crop
of alfalfa yielded better than the first, and
altogether the hay prospects, while not up
to expectations earlier in the season, are
Heavy frost on two mornings badly dam
aged potatoes In Klamath and Lake coun
ties, and fears are entertained that these
frosts also injured grain, which In that
locality is now in bloom. Elsewhere potatoes
and gardens are doing splendidly.
Fruit, also, is making good progress, and
new apples are now In the market from
some of the early sections of the state.
I-OCAL KGG MARKET
Butter Is Steady at l-'ormer Price (Dressed
The egg market was firm yesterday with
sales at 25 1 cents, case count, on the Ex
change. Extras were offered at 2S$ ccu.ts.
with 27H cents bid. short storage feg'gs
were offered at '27 cents and 26 H cents Was
Butter was steady and unchanged.' -Prime
firsts sold at 24 ri cents. Dairy butter was
offered at 22 cents, with 21 cents bid.
For Tillamook triplet cheese, 164 cents
was asked and 13- cents bid. No. 2s were
offered at 15 cents, with 14 tj cents bid.
Oregon triplets offered at l)s cents and
15 cents was bid.
For hens. 15 cents was bid on the board
and 15 H cents asked and for broilers, 16 fs
cents was bid and 17 cents asked. On the
street there were sales of hens at 14 and
14' cents, and broilers moved at 1 cents.
Country dressed meats are very firm.
S'aacy veal sold at 12 cents and pork at
11 H cents.
TOP' QUOTATIONS ARE OBTAINED
Eastern Wool Slarkets Quieter, but Prices
The Eastern wool markets ars not so actlvs
as a few weeks ago. but the prices show
that dealer are firm, nothing going below
top quotations for the grade involved.
During the past week at Boston a lot of
about 67,000 pounds fine Utah wool has been
old at 3d cents, or about 80 cents scoured
basia - Another lot of Utah wool, medium.
100,000 pounds, has been sold at 27 cents,
the scoured basis being the same as for the
first parcel. The business also Includes 150,
000 pounds various grades at private terms.
The scoured basis Is unchanged. Staple ter
ritory U quoted at 85 to &0 cents for fine,
85 to 87 cents for half-blood, 80 to 82 cents
for three-elshahs-blood, and 70 to 75 cents
for quarter-blood. Clothing is quoted at 78
to 80 cents for fine and 76 to 73 cents for
Following the big movement noted a
week ago Texas wools hafre resumed an In
conspicuous place in the market trading.
Remaining stocks are firm, the clean basis
being quoted at 80 to 85 cents for 12 months
and 70 to 75 cents for eight months.
ALL FKCIT CROPS WILL BE LIGHTER
Government Estimates Decrease in Leading
The 1916 fruit crop will be below that of
1015 In virtually every class. It was predicted
by the United States Bureau of Crop Es
timates. Especially marked will be the de
cline in the peach crop, if present indica
tions are borne out. In this line the output.
It Is estimated, will fall off 11.000.000 bush
els for the year, the Government experts
placing the probable figures at 42.123,000
The National yield in apples, the foremost
fruit crop, will decline, says the department,
from a total of 76,670,000 barrels In the 1915
season the 72.5S1.0OO for the present season.
Loss is also expected in the pear crop,
the estimate being 10,703,000 bushels, a loss
of 500,000 bushels.
The grape outlook is disappointing, a drop
of about 3,000,000 bushels from last year's
figures of 85,400,000 bushels being antici
pated. Wenatchee Apricots Arrive.
A car or Wenatchee apricots arrived yes
terday and the best sold at $L10. ' Oregon
peaches were temporarily scarcer, but a
liberal supply is expected today.
A car of California Bartlett pears in lug
boxes will arrive this morning.
Tbe demand for melons and cantaloupes
was fair and prices were unchanged.
Bank clearings of the -Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows :
Portland 'i04.7'.l 4140.615
Seattle 2,2Wi60l :46,5jS
Tacoma a;;t,yil 30.831
fapokane tii,yOi . 101.41
Grain, Flour. Teed. Etc.
Merchants' Exchange, noon session.
Bid. yr. aso.
.$ 1.08 .us
uais 2s o. i white feed
Barley No. 1 feed....
Sept. bluestem $1.08 Sept. Russian
oept. lortyioia... l.uu,3ept. oats.....
eut. club... 1.UU eiiL barlfv
spu rea iiie.... a.uoj
FLOUR (Patents. 45.40 Tier bl strafo-hrs
4.7uaio.20; exports. S4.U0: Valley, 5.2U;
wnoie wheat, ..UU: srraliam. HAD.
M1LLFEED Spot prices: Bran. I26(2R SO
per ton; shorts, t29u2U.S0 per ton; rolled
barley. $31 E01&32.50.
cuk. Whole, 3S per ton: cracked. 139
Producers" prices: Timothy. East
ern Oregon. fl8.5020 per ton: alfalfa,
$13. 50 14.50; wheat hay, $13.50$14.5o ;
oat and vech, $12.0012.50; cheat, $11;
Dairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER Exchange prices: f-uhea artraa.
no bid; prime firsts. 24,ac Jobbing prices:
rnme. extras, 2TO29c; butterfat. No. 7, 26c;
No. 2, 24c. Portland.
CHEESE Oregon triplets. Jobbers buvlns
price, 16c per pouud, f. o. b. dock Portland;
loung Americas, 17c per pound.
e.jU& Oregon ranch, exchange price, cur
rent receipts, 25 Vic per dozen. Jobbing
prices; Oregon ranch, candled, 272Sc; se
lects, 2S2c per dozen.
POULTRY; Hens," 14 15c: broilers. 10
17o per pound: turkeys, live. 20fi222c:
ducks, 11 14c; geese. 8 Be
VEAL 'ancy, 12VzC per pound.
PORK Fancy, 11 He per pound.
I'rnits and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges. Valenclas.
J3.70u4.00 per box; lemons, $0-3 6.75 per
boxi bananas, 4 'a 4 lie per . pound; grape
VEGETABLES Artichokes. 75eIl ir
dozen; tomatoes. G0c&$1.10 per crate; cab-
uage, a. u per nunarea; garlic, 10c per lb.;
peppers, 6&7c per pound; eggplant, 10c
per pound; lettuce, $1 per crate; cucum
bers, 75 i) SOc rer - box; peas, 4 3? 5c per
pound; beans, 4 to 7c- per pound: celery, $1
per dozen; corn, 30 40c per dozen.
POTATOES New. $1.5ul.b5 per sack.
ONIONS California, $2 per sack; Walla
Walla, $2 per sack.
GREEN FRUlTti Apples, new. $1.25 1.75
per box; cherries, 510c per pound; canta
loupes, 90c $2 per crate; peaches. 35 Q
75 cents per box: watermelons, lUGlHoper
pound; figs, $1 if 1.50 per box; plums. 75c (tf
$1.35; pears. SlfoS; apricots, $ll.lo;
grapes, $1.752.25; blackberries, $1.25;
loganberries, $1.25; raspberries, $1,5041.75.
Local jobbing quotations: -
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound tails,
$3.30 per dozen; one-half flats, $1.50; 1
pound flats, $2.50; Alaska pink, 1-pound
HONEY Choice. $3.25 per case.
NUTS Walnuts, sack lots. 16c; Brsztl
nuts. 1518c; filberts. 1618c; almonds,
lOVsc; peanuts, 5ic; cocoanuts, $1 per
dozen; pecans, 10-Oc; chestnuts, 10c
BEAD'S Small white, 12c; large white
lOVtc; Lima, 8c; bayou, 6c; pink, 8isc;
COFFEE Roasted, In drums. 1433c. "
bLGAR Fruit and berry. $3.40; Honolulu.
$8.35; beet, $8.20; extra C, $S; powdered.
in u&ri-eis, ts.ej; cuoes, in barrels, $9.15.
oALl - isranulatcu, $lo.50 per ton; halt
ground, iuus, siu.ou per ton; 50s, $11.30 per
ton; dairy. $14 per ton..
RICE Southern, -head, 546c per
iruuuu, uivneii. -c, uapaa Style. 4ft45C
DRIED FRUIT Apples. 8c per pound;
apricots, 13iy.l5c; peaches, Sc; prunes,
Italian. S-gyc; raisins, loose. SJuscatels. 8c;
unbleached' Sultanas, 9V4 10c : seeded' Be!
dates, Persian, 10c per pound; fard, $l.t5
vkt uu.; cuiiaaiB, B-lc: rigs, &o 6-ounce,
$2; 10 4-ounce, $2.25; 36 lo-ounce, $2.40;
12 10-ounce, S5c: bulk, white. 7iiAc- bl.w
tic- per-poundU- . .- . .
HAMS All sizes, choice. 22c: 'standard:
?ic; sKinnea. iu uc; picnics,- i3c; cot'
tage rolls, ljic
BACON Fancy. 2S330c; standard 24
-jc; choice, l.c
URi SALT Short, clear back's. 13tla
ciyui lb, wifioc; piate, l2013Wc
LAKU llerca basis, kettle rendered.
14'.ic; standard, tubs, 14fec; compound,
BARREL GOODS Mess pork, gig: n.t.
beef, $22; brisket pork, $22.50; tripe. $10.50
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 1915 crop, 8 811c; 1916 contracts.
. HIDES Salted hides. 25 pounds and up,
17c; salted hides, 50 pounds and up, 12c;
saiiea Kip. o pouocs to pounds, 17
saitea can, up to 4 pounds, 23c; greeu
hide. 50 pounds and up. 15c; green stags.
56 pounds and up, 11c; green kip. 15 Dound.
l,c; dry Xliut hides, 20c; dry flint calf, up
to I pt'UDUB, o-ic; ury salt nines, 2ic.
WOOL Eastern Oregon, fine, 23 S 26c
coarse, 30 32c: valley, 30 G 33c
CASCARA BARK. Old and new, 4c per
PELTS Dry long-wooled pelts. 21c; dry
snort-wooiea pens, lie; ary shearlings, 1JJ
.c eacn; saiuia snearungs, lo&2oc each
dry goat, long hair, lsc each; dry goat
snearungs, iut, uc.
KEROSENE Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons, 10c; cases, 1S&21UC.
GASOLINE Bulk. Suisc; cases. 2Sijc
napntns. arums, -lesc cases, 23c.
LINSEED OIL Raw, barrels. 81c: r
cases, S6c; boiled, barrels. &3c; boiled-
TURPENTINE In tanks. o7c; In casts,
e&c; .lo-case lots, lc less.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW TORK. Aug. 2. Raw sugar, dull
centrifugal. 6.27c; molasses. 5.50c. Refined,
quiet. Flno granulated, 7.6oc
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. Aug. 2. Evaporated apples.
dull. Prune, easy.
N-ETSV TORK. Aug. 2. Spot cotton, quiet.
Midling -uplands. 14.4oc. No sale.
Chicago Dairy Frounce.
CHICAGO, - Aug. 2. Butter Unchanged.
E Receipts, U231 cases, unchanged.
MOTOR SHARES DROP
Further Liquidation Carries
Prices - Downward.
MEXICANS ARE ALSO WEAK
Kails Are Strong in Forenoon, but
Xjoso Advantage Later Crop
Advices and Labor Situ
ation Are Factors.
JCEW TORK. Aug;. 2. Pressure asralnst
automobile stocks, evidently tbe outcome
reoent -happenings in that industry, was the
overshadowing feature of today'a listless
market. Gross declines of S to almost S
points were registered by Baker, Maxwell
and Willys-Overland. with sympathetic
heaviness in accessories.
Mexicans also denoted further liquidation
on the reported decree of the de facto
government of that country, imposing added
burdens on foreign owned concessions. Mei
lean Petroleum made ah extreme decline
of points, with as much for Texas Com
pany and almost 2 points for American
Smelting, despite tha declaration of another
"extra" dividend on that atock.
Other weak or heavy specialties Included
United States Industrial Alcohol, which fell
4 points with 1 to 8 points for soma of
the sugar, munitions and equipments ana
4 points for Bethlehem Steel on the first
transaction In a week. Coppers were dull
and zinc shares surrendered their gains of
tne preceding day.
Rails were strong during the forenoon
under lead of Union Pacific, but this ad
vantage was lost later on the heaviness of
Canadian Pacific and Reading. Crop ad
vices and tha labor situation wera factors In
this quarter of the list.
Shipping shares, notably United Fruit,
were unusually active and higher for a time,
but lost ground with fertilizers on profit-
taking. Total sales amounted to Sao. 000
Firmness of lires or remittances to Italy
was tho only feature of the exchange mar
ket, sterling and franca ruling unchanged.
Bonds were irregular, with total sales
par value of $3, 40,000. United States con
pon 3a advanced per cent on call, with
a corresponding decline in registered 2a on
Cl.OSI.Na STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Am Beet Sugar.
Am Car & Fdy. .
Am Km dt Refg.
Am Sug Refg. ..
Am Tel & Tel..
Am Z L & S. . . .
Bait & Ohio
Br Rap Transit.
B & S Copper. ..
Ches Ik Ohio
Chi Mil & St P.
Chi & N W
R I & P Ry
hino Copper. . .
Colo Fu & Iron.
Corn Prod Refg.
General Elect. ..
t North pfd . . .
t Nor Ore ctfs.
nt Cons Corp. ..
r.t Han-. N J . .
1,200 4S 47W
Iat M M pfd ctf.
K C Southern
Louis & Nash . .
N- Y Central. . . .
N Y N H H. .
Nor & Western.
Pac Tel & Tel..
Pennsylvania . .
Ray Cous Cop...
Rep lr & Kteei . .
hat Ariz cop..
Texas Co l.SOO 105
Union Pacific... 1S. 13BT4
so ora 500
U S Ind Alcohol.
U S Steel 21.OO0
do pfd 3"C
Utah Copper l.r.on
wanash pfd a. . 2"o
Western Union.. 200
Westing Elect.. 3 000
'lotal sale tor the dav, 3bo,ow snares.
U S ref 2s res. .98'4 I Northern Pac 3a 66
U S ref 2s coup. 0SVi. Pac T T 5s. .100
17 S 3s reg -luissifenn con es..!"-
u s as coupon. -301 isouth pac rer 4s i
IT 8 43 reg 109i; do cv 5 1034
U S 4s coupon. 110 Union Pao 4s... 971
Am Smelter CS..107H do cv 4s K3i
Atchison gen 4s u s steel os lostt
NYC dob 6s. . .111 H Anglo-French 6s. 95 K
Northern Pac 4s 91
Mining Stocks at Boston.
BOSTON. Aug. 2. Closing quotations:
Allouez B9 I.ake Copper 11
Am v.. L ft am. si .vonawie el
Ariz Com 8 i Nlplsslng Mines. CH
Butte & Fup.... PTi North Butte..... 21
Calumet & Ariz. RS'old Dom r,2
lal .- n ecla. ... f.sceoia ........ :
Centennial 14;Qulncy SO
Cop P.anpe Con. 50IShannon .......
East Butte Cop. 11 Superior ........"4
Franklin . 6 'Tamarack 38
Granny Con TO t tah Con i 13
Greene Can 46'Wlnona 4
lele Roy (Cop).. 25 Wolverine 43
Kerr Lake 4 !
Money. Exrhangre. Etc.
XEW YORK, Aug. 2. Mercantile paper.
4 per cent.
sterling, eo-oav dims, it.ii; uemana,
J4.75 13-16: cables. 4.7 7-10.
liar sliver, 64c.
Mexican dollars, 49 e.
Government bonds, firm; railroad bonds.
Time loans, steady; 60 days. 863U per
cent: OO.days, 3Gj JV per cent; six months.
3 e per cent.
Call money, steady; nign, z per cent.
low,. 2 per cent; ruling rate, 2 per cent;
la it loan. 2 per cent; closing bid, 2 per
cent: offered at 2 per cent.
SAX FRANCISCO. Ang. 2. Sterling. 60
days. S4 71; demand, S4.76 ; cable.
Mexican doners. -jvtc.
Drafts, sight par, telegraph le.
LONDON, Aug. 2. Bar silver, 30d per
Money. 4 Tier cent.
Discount rates: Short hills, 4S5T4 pet
cent. Three months. 4 4 per cent.
Coffee Fatures Irregular.
NEW TORK. Aug. 2. The market for
coffee futures was very quiet today, and
fluctuations were somewhat Irregular, but
the undertone seemed to be slightly steadier
and part of yesterday's losses were recov
ered. The opening of two points lower to
two points higher with near montas rela
tively easy under some scattering Tiaulda
t:on, but no trace selling ot consequence
appeared to have followed yesterday's talk
of an easier cost and rreignt situation, and
September contracts sold up from 8.36c to
8.40c during the afternoon, wnlle May fluc
tuated around 8.84c on scattered covering
and reports ot steadier ilrm offers from
Brazil. The close was unchanged to three
points higher. Bales. 92oO baga August,
8.35c; September. S.39c: October, 8.44c; No
vember. 8.4Sc: December, 8.52c: January,
859c; February. 8.66c: March, 8 72c; April,
8.77c: May. 8.63c: June, a.BSc; July. 8.93c.
Spot coffee was reported In fair demand
with prices unchanged and 9c for Rio 7s
and 10i4c for Santos 4a
Few fresh offers were received from Brazil.
and it was said that none of them were as
low aa yesterday's lowest. Quotations for
Santos 4s ranged from 10.55 to IO.iO based
on London credits.
The official cables reported Rio unchanged.
Santo spots 50 reis higher. Futures 0 reis
NEW YORK, Aug. 2. Copper, firm; elec
Iron, steady and unchanged.
Tfie Metal Exchange quotes tin quiet; spot.
37 S74f S8.l2c
Tne Metal Exchange quotes lead $6.35c
Spelter not quoted.
Tuluth Linseed Market.
DIXUTH. Aug. 2. Linseed On track,
(2.10 6 2.15 tt; to arrlvs. 2.15; September,
$2-1.1 asked: October. $2.15; November. $2.15; 1
December, $2.13 bid. . " .
SAX 1RANC15CO PRODUCE MARKET
Prices Carre nt en Butter, Eggs, Fruits,
Vegetables. Etc.. at Hay City.
PAV TRA-NCISCO. Aug. 2. Battel
Fresh extras, . 20c; prima firsts, 2tic; fresh
Esgs Fresh extras. 30c; pullets. Sbe.
Cheese New. 15c; Young America. ITc
Vegetables Beans, string. 303Se: wax.
S93'ic; lima. 2fetSc: green peas. $lr.u J
areen corn. J1..0W1.7a: cucumoera, whf
60c; egEPlant, 50;f0ac; tomatoes, 7icfll;
Suniaoar squash, 75cftj$l.
Onions California. $1.23ri.M.
Potatoes Delta, $U.&ut1.75; Xa. 3 slock.
75c it $1.
Fruit Plums. 75rnc; loganberries, sa.wo
6.tM; peaches, ixt 'a GOc : grapes, seedlings.
.V.S:-; blackberries, r.'.Witj3.iJU lemons.
$7&7.50: grapefruit, $2u2.25: oranges.
$3.25S 3. SO; bananas, 73cj$l.00; pineapples,
Receipts Flour, 3354 quarters: oariey.
4850 centals; beans, 250 sacks; potatoes.
3195 sacks; hay, 763 tons.
' aval Stores.
SAVANNAH. Ga.. Aug. si Turpentine
firm. 424G42Hc Sales. 478 barrels; re
ceipts, 457 barrels: shipments. 4.L barrels;
stocks, 14.897 barrela
Rosin firm. Sales, 2032 barrels: receipts.
128 barrels: shipments. 1069 barrels; stocks.
Quote: A. B. $5.80: C, D, $6; E. $6.15: F,
G. $0.35: H. I. K.. M. X. WO. $.50: WW.
Stocks Steady at Loodoa.
IXNXON. Aug. 5. Money and discount
rates were easy today. Shipping shares were
quieter and mostly easier. American securi
ties ruled quet and closed steady.
STOCK RECEIPTS Gil
INCREASES IS ALL. LINKS
July Ilusi Kxceeda That ( Same
Month Last Year by Nearly
There were Increases In all lines In the
receipts at the Portland Stockyards last
month, ss shown by ths official statistics
Issued by tha Stockyards Company yesterday
momlnr. Tha gain over the correspondlns
month last year Mais 11,013 head. For the
seven months of tiie current year the run
has also shown an increase, chiefly of hog
which exceeded the receipts in the same
period last year by 56.640 head. The offi
cial record of receipt follow:
Cattle. C'lVa Hoc. Bhcen. Car.
July. 1916. 7.915 207 19.T::5 18.927 513
July. 191i. 8.78S J43 17.0"7 11.9S3 455
increase... 2.177 4 2,1 28 B.U44 13U
Y'r Ifedate 4O.508 5.164 3SS.0O6 93.04S S.7B3
Last year.. 40.778 1,22 132.00S 118.154 S,S4S
Increase 962 56,640 281
Decrease.. -207 25.106 ....
There was a light run at the yard yes
terday. Hog- continued firm with prime
lightweight aellins; at S9.30. Steady condi
tions In the mutton line were indicated by
the sale of lambs at the old price of S3. 25.
The tone of the cattle market was weak.
Receipts were 24 cattle, 2 calves. 315 hori
ana 119a sheep. Shippers were: I. W
Harrow, Klickitat. S cars sheep; S. I Over,
ton, Linn, 1 cattle, calves, hoss; F. B.
Decker, Marlon, 2 sheep; E. C. Cook. Uma
tllla, 1 cattle, calves, hogs, sheep; Joe Da
dourak, Yamhill. J. cattle, boss and sheep;
Tim uerr, lamhlll, 1 hogs; H. A. lokum
Brooklin. 1 cattle, bogs.
The day's sales were as follows:
Wt. Price. I
2 cows. . .
1 cow. . ..
- 2 oows. .
S steers. .
4 steers. .
1 steer. . .
5 steers. .
1 lamb. .
10 hops. ..
1 hog. .r.
1120 3 00
12 hogs. ..
2 wethers !
1 ewe. . .
1 lamb. .
1 cnlf . . .
1 calf. ..
2 cows. ..
0.00' 56 hogs. . .
8.25 1 hog
H.OM 2 hogs..
7.751 8 hogs..
T.BOl 2 hogs..-
6.00! 1 hog. . .
4 251 6 hogs..
2 cows. .
Prices of the leading clesses of livestock
at the Portland yards follow:
Steers, good ..................
Cows, choice ..................
Cows, good ...................
rsood to prime ..............
Rough heavy .... i ........... .
Plf and skips
. R OO ft A 50
.. T.506 8.00
K .KiWd ?n
4 75 r .oo
2. R0 r 5 23
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMA17A. Aug. 2 Hogs Receipts. 15 000
lower. Heavy. S.80'JB,10; light. OSftOSO
pigs. Rrf: balk of sles, s.nfg 05
Cattle Receipts. 2S00: steedv. Native
sfera. 1TIB10 25; cows and heifers IH
10.50: Western steers. f8.SO9a.75; Texss
steers, io.ooy7.50; stockers snd feeders,
Sheep Receipts 7300: steadv. Tearllns
$7.2.-.f 8.25; wethers, a.T3$8; lambs, 9.65
V AW. 1 V.
Chicago LIveetork Market.
C H I O A O O . Aug. 2. Hoes Rooelnts.
30.000: wesk. Be to 10c tinder yesterday's
"use. ouis 01 sales, 9.299.75; light.
9.35680: mixed. 8.9510; heavy. 1S.809
9.95; rough. tS 808.95; pigs. $7 7539 40.
Cattle Receipts. 1S.OO0; weak. Native
Deer cattle. so.TU m 10.85: Western steera
$6.058.40; stockers snd feeders. I5&7 90
cows and heifers, I3.50t3 0.15; calves, fS.60
Sheep Receipts. 18.000: unsettled w.o,.
er, t6.73Q8.13; lambs. I7.25S ll.li).
HIGHWAY' WINS PRAISE
CHICAGO FYTIHATT SAYS THIP
HIS BIGGEST TISIOX.
People Living; Hear, He Declares,
Among- Blest ef Universe la aa
Authority on Roads. -
HOOD RIVER. Or..- Autr. 2 fSne
ciaL) "Koads hare been one of my
life hobbies," said William G. Edena.
Chicago (banker, president of the Na
tional Parks Highway Association and
chairman of the supreme Pythian
lodge transportation committee, who
with a party arrived here thia after
noon over the Columbia River High
Tea, I have thought hlghwavs and
dreamed-highways for years, but that
Journey of today has eclipsed any of
the visions I have ever had. Just be
cause of your Columbia River High
way, you peopie-or Portland and Hood
River are among tho blest of this uni
The other members of the tiartv
touring here were: Tracy R. Bangs, of
Grand Forks, N. D.. past supreme
chancellor of the Ivnights of Pythias
J. r. watklns, supreme representa
tive, of Scranton Pa.; Miss Betty
Powell, of - Scranton, Pa.: Miss
Margaret Ashby. of St. Louis. Mo., and
U. G. jstoweu, or Portland, private sec
retary to President FarrelL of the
O.-W. R. & N. Co.
ROUNDUP STEERS ORDERED
Pendleton Prepares for Big Sep
PENDLETON. Or., Aug". 2. (Special.)
Two carloads of Texas lonKhorn
steers and one carload of bumptious
goats for the roping; and bulldosging
at the seventh annual Round-Up, Sep
tember 21, 22 and 23, have been or
dered by Sam R. Thompson. livestock
director of the Round-Up. The steers
and groats will arrive in Pendleton
about September 10. .
Four life-size fig-urea depicting: dif
ferent features of the Round-Up are
being constructed. These fig-ures will
occupy a prominent place In the park.
The figures will be a cowboy on a
buckins; horse, a cowgirl on a bucker.
an Indian on a buffalo and a Umatilla
Indian In full attire. 1
Pest Attacks More . Grain
Provinces in Canada.
WILD BUYING AT CHICAGO
Net Advance of 8 Cents In Option
Trices Further Damage la
K-ported South of Inter
CHICAGO. Aug. S. Excited buying, that
rushed the wheat market vp 7(J7o
bushel today, resulted from advices that
black rust had spread widely In Canada.
Including Saskatchewan, and that damage
from the pest waa still on the Increase
couth ot the International line. Prices ce-
actsd somewhat from the top figures of the
session, but closed wild, 6'9o to SfcfT60
net higher, with September at Sl.aot and
December at 91.34 tr 1.34 . Com gained
to lc and oats-4.c to lrlc
Starapedee to acquire ownership of wheat
began as soon as the rosrket opened, and
the news went around that a leading author
ity Said thousands of acre in Manitoba had
been so badly affected by black rust that
the wheat would not My the et of harvest.
Almost simultaneously, dispatches from an-
omer prominent expert told of damage In
tne DSKOtas and Minnesota, said to hi
gone beyond any precedent. Later the trade
estimates of the prospective total yield of
wneai mis season in the United H lairs were
being continually cut down, and nn lw
bouse put the total at 87.0oo.000 bushels less
tnan tne oovernment forecast of July 1.
t-orn rose with wheat, and aa a result
ox predictions or dry. hot weather.
provisions gave way owlna lo a down-
turn In quotations on hogs.
.Leading futures ranged as follows:
. ..1.25 1 St
. .. 1.29 ' VJ
... .78 'i .7Ct
... .67 . .6!tT,
... .41 .42
... .43 .44
...24.50 4.53 24.30
. ..12 63
Sept. 13.S7 13 30 13 30
Oct 13.1T 1J.20 13.10 13.1U
Cash prices were:
Wheat No. 2 red. new. mixed. si.X2tz,
No. 3 red, nominal; No. 2 hard, new, fl.2v
1.31- No. 3 hard, new, gl.26t 1.29.
i.om o. o. 2 yellow. S3fiS3ic? Vo a vl,
low. 61ft81e; No. 4 white. 81 frR2c
Oat No. 3 white. 41642c; standard. 4114
Kye No. 2. new, $1.01.
Clover $7 914 50.
rrimary receipts Wheat. 2,960,000 vs.
Sol. 000 bushels; corn. 1,002. 00O vs. 539.000
Dusne,s; oats. 1.441.UOO vs. ar.M.ooo bushels.
Shipment Wheat. 1.S20.0HU vs. 642.000
ousneis; corn, uw.uuo vs. Z&6.O00 bushels
oats. 4.OOU vs. 391.000 bushel. -
Clearance Wheat, flST.OnO bushels: rora
439;0OO bushels; oat. luo.CMX) bushels: flour.
Foreign Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL, Aug. 2. Cash wheat. Id to
m nigner; corn, la nigner.
BUENOS AIRES, Aug. 2. Wheat, to 1
Minneapolis Grata Market,
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 2. Wheat Sept em
ber. fl.30 to 11 31; December. 11.34.
Cah, No. 1 hard. SI. 39: No. 1 Northern.
J 34 1.36: No. a Northern. $l.sif
Barley, 68 B 59c.
Pncet toond Grain Markets.
SEATTLE. Aug. 2. Wheat Bluestem
$1.09; turkey red. $!.OS; fortyfold, 41; club.
1; xite. 2: rea Kussian, si.
Barley. S2S.50 per ton.
Yesterday's car receipts: wheat 2, eats S,
Ang. 2. Whest Bluestem,
$1.05; fortyfold, 9Sc; club, 97c; red fife 90c
car receipts: Wheat 17, oats L '
Grain at Sal Francisco.
BAN FRANCISCO. Ang. 2 Spot quota
tlons alla, S1.75QL77; ass- Russian,
1. 75 ill 77: Turkey red- S1.K2V. 1 uu:
bluestem, 1 1-90 & 1.92; feed barley, 1.45',
i.-i; wnite oats, il.do l.pi bran. S2ii
t20.50: middlings, $32o3; short, $28.50Q29.
van oosfQ naney, uecemoer, 3-49.
FOREST ROAD COMMENDED
Columbia Supervisor Inspects Car
GULER. Wash.. Auir. 2. tTSneclal.)
aupenriaor lirurk-jaRre. or th Columbi
National Forest, has Just returned to
Portland after spend. no: several dav
looking- over this district. Mr. Brund-
rn.se came up over a larse part of the
route of the proposed Carnon-Guler
road across the National Forest, by
way of the Indian Racetrack and the
Ice and Lava Caves.
Mr. Brundaare spoke Terr hltrhlv of
the proposed route, both from the
standpoint of its scenic beauty and be
cause of the advantages it will afford
to the department In the viy of trans
porting- supplies for the administration
of the forent.
Mr. Brundatre also expressed himself
very favorably towards the work that
has been, done on the auto road across
the National Forest rum Guler to
PAVING RAISES COMPLAINT
Grade at Grcsbam Crossing Fonnd
to Be Disturbed.
GRESHaM, Or., Aug-. 2. (Special.)
There has been considerable dissatis
faction developed -over tbe paving; at
the place where the Mount Hood Hail-
road tracks cross Main street. In front
of the property of J. N. Cla.na.han and
John Brown the grade has been raised
considerably andr the shoulder bol
stered up with dirt, taken from i
ditch at the side of the road. Likewise
on the east side of the street, past the
property owned by Ueorcce Ken
ney, but It Is not In quite such bad
shape on - that side.
- On the property of Messrs. Clanahan
and Brown the road is so high that it
is impossible to get to the mailbox and
across the street the nearest the car
rier can get Is about eight feet. Mr.
Clanahan and Mr. Brown hare notified
the company that If the street Is not
fixed properly they will Institute suit
COW TESTS TO BE SHOWN
O. A. C. Will Have Herd of MI lit era
at State lair
O R EGO X AG RI CULTUR A Tj C01
LEGK, CorvaJlre, Aug-. 2. (Special.)
A demonstration showing- the methods
and results of testing dairy cow will
be made at the State Fair as , part ot
the Oregon Agricultural College ex
At least 16 dairy cowa will be
brought to Salem from one or more of
the cow-testing associations now oper
ating in the state, and will be exhib
ited with their records showing milk
production over a period of from one to
three years. A lecture and demonstra
tion on testing- Of milk will be given
each day under the direction of W. A.
Barr. of the college extension service.
EAST FORK MILL TO OPEN
James VT. Brothers Kxpects to Cut
65,400 Kallroad Ties!
TtrDGEFTELrr Wash.. Auc. (Spe
cial.) James W. Brothers, a well-
known sawmill man ot La Center, about
seven miles northeast of here, has prac
tically completed a new mill on tiie east
fork, of Lewis River, about two miles
above tbe settlement ot Lewisvllle.
The approximate output of the mill
will be. es.eou ties before the end of the
season. The ties will be driven down
tbe east fork of Lewis River, to the
booms of the Lewis River Boom & Logging-
Company, where they will be raft
ed and towed to St. Helens.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
JOHNSON Tn Mr. and Mrs. C. T. John
son. 647 Williams avenue, July 22, a son.
TROUT TO Mr. and ilr Nick. Trout, ko3
East K.eventh North. Ju,y 20, a son.
CARLSON To Mr. and Mrs. Emil J. Carl
son. CaT.tir!n apartments. July 21. a son.
MEVTZEK To Mr. and - Mrs. Homer
Mentaer, bit Church street, July 22, a daugh
t-AXTON To Mr. and Mr. Albert C Sax
ton. 16MI Wooisey.- Jaiy Jo. a daughter.
BROWN To Mr. nd Mrs, Newlla W.
Brown 214 East Thirty-third- street. July
24. a daughter.
COU KINKY To Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Court
ney. ln:.4 Portsmouth. July 2rt. a daughter.
URIW.EY To Mr. and Mrs. V. A. tirld-
ley. 1193 East Tissnty -eighth street, July
24. a s'-n.
TUFPK.R To Mr. and Mr. William Tra
cer, l-.'-'g East feievenlb North. July S6,
K'KIER To Mr. and Mrs. George W
Porter. Kighty-fourih itrei and fieven-tv-thlrd
tvnu, July s, a aurht-r.
1? lv A N To Mr. and Ura. J raaK w. XJeaa,
lliia CtmpMll, Ju.y li. a mo.
WIlsSON-WALKKK Wilitatn. O. Vllton.
Jantentin tvfnue. and Moili
Catherine n.k?r, mKal, n3 btanten mirl
O'Kourke, Waal. W2 Kaat Alb iUfel, and
Miner I'nuiips. ivaa. r una oiAi-ia
t a vi .o H.Hrvr tttiian Tv or. irai.
Klft -rfocud treet toutnaFt. and Har
riet ir Ham, iri. am iaaru.
M ALLI&r KHrA KK C. Kay MCAI11B
tr, A h:te H ufta. Vaah.v and tuna
M. Ptrkcj, lesai, Lnt. Or.
Jrpal, ?ut Klrmt atxaet SouUl. and Lcuis al.
hlt. It Kit same care.
OROAT-VOLU-TEUT Chiier a. uroai.
Itcal. Kait Oilcan street, and Ad!a C
Vo mli lesal. . i:abl tttreeU
CurFLE-uiCKi.NPt'N tawtrd .inon
PouDla. Ifaal. TwfBtv-jffflnd and Nikolai
trceta. and Ruth t. Uicklnaon, l-ai, 'ra
rACc.-6vAXSO?i John nay rir, lerai.
Tacoma. With., ana Hi.freU M. Swanaon.
lsTfii. lln? Nnr'.s. I wantv-sr ventn atreet
.N L L.U X-O L6UX Hi Ul . iNeiSOn. ICKai,
1019 faixty-f irat avenue outnA.t, and Ma
thilda Olon. levai. 1T1 Nortn TwentUth
MlRfCOVlCK-LXUBKTICH ffaaat Mirao-
vlch. iral, s Thurman tret, and Oi
L ubetirh. .r . mcm en atreet.
Fourth mi ret and Maud i. Uaru lcaai.
Vanconirer Marrlace fJeeaaea.
MArOMRER-FKRP'N Oeorce M aeom ber.
42. of Camas. Waxh.. and Mrs. Fannie errin.
la. Of 4'saTTlaaB. N IIB.
GlBEKSox-APfEL JamM w. GlDeron
r0. of HidseClvld. Wash., and Mrs, buaan
1. Atonal nt I IA f fli With.
HOlaH'ROOK-COX Hud Holbrook, 24, of
T'ortland. and Mrs. tnel Cox. -, ot forx
PARK-FARRFR FJIdon R. Park. S2, of
Portland, and Miaa Myrtle M. Farrar. 1U, of
AN D E RSOV-ERICKSON-UTarl . Anderson,
ft:i of I'ortland. and Miss A ulna Krickaoi,
sifi. of Portland.
TYLF.R-LUCKWOOD Allen Tyler. 80, of
MiiwiiuKie. ur., ana airs. Alar ion lockwoou,
w. of Milwauk e. Or.
GH-P-KUT-WiLaSON Jacob J. Gilbert.
or Portland, and Mtsa Margaret S. -Vilaon,
liO. f-f Portland.
CVXXlNMHAM.HA'jER Tra M. Cunnlnr-
nam, so, of ancouver. wash., and AL.aa
Mildred Uager, IS, of ancouver. Waal.
H. P. GIL.'Lr Krert one-storv frama dwelt
lng. 1 Boston aireet. between Jessup and
Ainswunn streeta; ouiwer, AvaiisLrom
J. W. JOHXSOV Rrn!r one-storr fram
dwellinjr. 4Hl 1 Thirty -third avenue South
east, between Forty-elRhth and Kortv-ninth
irei; ounaer. u. w. aaiaaieton : aw.
iMMA KIUKV Erect one-story frame
sarase, 167 tast Taanty-ceventh atreet. ba
twetrn. Belmont and Kaat Vamblii atreeta
oui;ier. irank Fuca:
MART E. TEAL Repair two-itor? fram
tore. 284 Yamhill street, between Fourth
and Fifth atrets: builder. S. Foster: 1100.
J. S. HICKS Repair- one-and-one-calf-atory
frama tlweUlnir, 1255 M lsslavtppl ave
nue, between Simpson and Atuswortti atraeta
bulMrr, same; $174.
MKS. La. KIC K Repair one-anrt -one-h alf
story irame awetunir. t.iirniy-iiri
trvet between Forty-ninth and FUUetb. ave
DUfi; tuiiar. tv. tvim: iua.
K. U. FREDERICK-SON Erect one-story
xrame laraire, 1 -0 fc-ast Flxteentn street.
between hherrett and Ciaiaup avenuaa
builder, same; $75.
JOHN XORBERO Repair one-atory fram
dw eliine-. Coi-bett street, near Hancrof
atreet : builder. John Kail man: iJa
NORBY tSTATK Rpair onw-and-one-
naif-Btory frame dwelling. 3.. lenn street.
between Irwlu and Concord atraeta; buiider,
F. O. Xnrbv: r0.
HAY.XES-FOSTER BAKING COM PANT
Repair one-story frame parage, as fc.o
Seventh street North, between East Davli
and Eaet Everett streets; builder, same; S43.
E. A. ftEUMAN Repair to-Btory frama
o wein nc, 4!n fc.asa.ite veuttx-nin street xorin,
oet ween zinxov anu a uuui iiuu i i
bulldr. asm a : ISO.
J. H. II A A K. Renalr two-storr fram
dei:inir. 3Ui Yamhill atreat, between Ninth
and Tenth streets: builder, an me; siuu.
CHARLES E. YOUNG Erect one-tory
frame s-raire, 4S11 Seventy -second street
Foutheaflt. between Foriy-elhth avenue and
Foster road: builder, same; S5.
MR. MANNINU Repair tv.o-etory frame
dwelilns. 0at Mason street, between Union
avenue ana t.arneia avenue; duiiu . rx-
I .. M. Kuur.r.! Ktpur one-arn-n-'iMii-
atory Irame dwe.ltns. Iu0-l East Main street,
betweea Eajt Thlrtv-thlrd and East Thirty
fourth atreeta: builder. C. M. Allen: S350.
a r Wilcox Erect ont-ftort xrama
raraaa. 445 East Forty-eiirbt h street North.
betw ren Hancocic and iiutmooa aireeta.
builde- same; loo
CORBKTT ESTATE rte?pir lour-aTory
atorca and school. 173 Fourth street, between
Yamhill and Morrison streets; builder. Harry
T. Capell; li.'.o.
H. J. HAS l i.ngs--Repair iwmioit mmt
A we! Una. e0 East Harrison street, betweea
Hemloclc and Alley: bui.ar. same; ew.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
POrtTI.ANTV Am. S. Mlllmura tempera
ture. 16 dgras: minimum, &-4 dBres. Kivr
reading, s A. M., 11.7 fret: etisns In lst -4
hour 0.A foot fall. Total rainfall 5 H. M.
to S P. M.I. non: total ralnCall slnco Sep
tember 1. lt15, 05. &4 Inch: normal ralnrai
slnr- September 1, 44.5a Inrha; excf of
rainfall sine bentember 1. ISIS. 11 44 Inches.
Total sunsMns. 11 hours SO minutes: possible
sunshlr. 14 hours 4s minute. Daromstar
(reduced to sea level). S P. SO.04 Inches.
Relative humldtty at noon. 5 per cnu
sf i 2
i ? I
3 : -
Waa Ik at
IU 0.00 .. NW Oar
vvo.tfo; . n w.cifir
0.00 UVW ;C'(ear
80 0 .i 'Clear
fr4 0.00 . KTlear
& O.C'O . . SW ICleur
Chtctico . . .
Di Moines . .
Calves ion ...
Kamai CUy .
L,o Ancelei ..
New York . . .
North Head .
I'ocatello . ,
Portiand . . .
Kdf bur? . .. ,
hacramento . .
St. L.auis .
Halt Lake . ..
Walla Walla, ,
ee o.ir'. . N iFl cloudy
t.0.0O 12 N iClear
twt w.OO 12 t-K iCloudy
(Ui O.Ooi. . ; s E k'iear
ts O.WjlJ fci C:ouiy
I; O.ixtj . . K (Cloudy
K.' v.0uf..:SW C.ear
6 0.tK NW Clear
O.ftu 10 SW Ciear
to O.0U . . SW (Cloudy
7(1 0.W.1Q SW Lcieax
tat'O.l'.. SE Cloudy
7 a 0.(K 24 S Clear
4 o.uo.u: NW'cioudy
h'2 O.oo .. NW Clear
0.00; . ,!se Pt. cloudy
bv o.uo,. a i w Clear
O.tKJi . . j NW1 Clear
To a). ooi. . S Pt. cloudy
M0. 0" .. XW Clear
. ,il00 0.0'1 . .(NWiCIear
.. t-o 0.5 10 SW iCloudy
.. irjj.C0 12 K )ciear
6i O.OO 12 N
O.OO 12 SW
.... i- 0.
.. . .1 & 0.0;
Yellowstone Park..f 64 0.W!'..SW (Clear
A amaTl flepreaion Is centra! over South
eastern Idaho and tbe barometer continued
relatively hlsb along the Atlantic Coaat and
i:n aionar the Pacific Coast from Sitka south
to Eureka, irhowera and thundr storms have
occurred in bouihern Utah, Western Coioratio
o do 00 on on
A pavement is always open
to inspection, and either its
defects or excellencies are
subject to comment, particu
larly from property owners
who pay for street improve
ments: but In no instance has
the slightest criticism been
heard regarding Twenty-sixth
street, from Marshall to
Northrup, paved in 190S;
Twenty-Iirst street, from
Myrtle to Clifton, paved In
1S0S: Klarhth street. Tom
Ankeny to Gllsan. paved In
1S; Eleventh street, from
College to Jackson and from
Washington to Hoyt, paved in
190V. aa thee thoroughfares
. are In aa good condition todav
as when first hard -surf aoed
with that sLaaidard pavaxuenw'
Warren Brothers Comanv.
Journal liuiidiiig. Portland.'Or.
o no 00 on on
ar.d In portions of tha allvaiaarppl and Lowtr
jiiiMJun iooaj rauia have ItUea m
Tennesaee and ElorlilsL it lm cooler m tha
Found country and warmer In Oklaboma.
ex :., ..urtski, i.wa ana boouern Ma
Duolt. Conditions era favorable for fair waa. t bar
Portland and ViCLnlt V Kavtr- Aortaalar
wind a '
crroa and Washintoa Fair; vaatarly
Idaho Fair; cooler eoiitheaart Trtei.
K. A. bLAU. Forocaaaer.
Teachers to Be Examined.
RIDGEHELD, Waih.. Auc. X. (Sds-
claL It Is annouooed hero that a
teach era examination will hold at
the Franklin School bdildinc at Van
couver on Aug-ust . 4 and . All sub
jects required by the atate for profes
sional ana ilia certificates will be riv
en at this examination. Those apply. nr
upon an accredited pa par must take tha
examination In state manual on Satur
TTt-'Fl-F eVW cm.
(WKh.at Caaaaro Km Ratsvl
S. S. ROSE CITY
alia Fna AlsswMta Di
ir. K. SATlKDAt, ACO. a,
laa :.ifs iia
All Halri Isrlas
H.rta. ass Jaaaia.
Takla sss Sr.tea
T Basi raarlsM Wk Part la St S. 9.
Cas. Tkirsl aasl M aaklasrtaa tlrMs
I with OW. A. ft N. OasJ 11. XlraasV
mr .S4MIL A. S12L ,
Q The Popular Scenic Route
B By Water to California
Touching a few hoars without
extra charge in each place.
North Bend ..$ 7.50 and $ 5.00
Marshfield ... 7.50 and 5.00
Eureka 13.00 and 10.00
San Francisco. $12.00 and 7.00
North Pacific Steamship Co.s
Sails Friday, August 4, 6 P. M.
Ticket Office, 122-A Third St.
Phones: Main 1314, A 1314.
ft1 ifvAtjJ 4Lhi!
FASTEST ROUTE TO CALIFORNIA
Save Timet and Money
San Francisco $17.50
EX 1 H 4-
Taarlst. 1S ssj S1S.Mll 34 Claaa. SK.
W-Osj lUsssl rls s3X.rr.si l'.r !
aasl At lllasnette Valley Pslat
ORKUO.X Kl.KCIltlU RV.
MEALS AND BERTH INCLUDED,
triaer Express Leave SiltO A. M.
J ltSUil, 11ILIISUAY. UTIKUir
Xarth tlaak. riftk aasl Stark.
TMra aasl Marrisaa. A. P. Hy.
a nsskisstsa, u. . n-.
B. S. Maaaaaa. July IS. Aatnrat
B. A. City f Seattle. July zu. An. A -IS.
Via Seattle or Pan Franclaco tn lx9
Angeiea and Sao lJiego. Low rates, lm
ciudinc berth and tneMie. for fail rr
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