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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX. THURSDAY, JTJXE 21, 1917.
WHEAT MOT WANTED
Demand for Old Crop Is at
VALUES ARE SHRINKING
VIccs Are Being Adjusted to New
tip Basis Millers Out of
Market and South Is
4be absolute lack of Interest in wheat
was shown u the Merchants' Exchange
yesterday, when the best bid posted tot
bluestem was $2 05. as against $2.35 on the
preceding" day. For other kinds of wheat
t" was offered. Actual wheat. If required,
would have cost about as much as the day
before, but demand was entirely at a stand
still. High water has cut down flour mill
operations here. San Francisco buyers will
not consider wheat at any price, and there
is no possibility of doing business with the
East except at very low figures. Local
dealjra yesterday were offered bluestem at
Chioago at $2.25. which is still lower than
the new Quotation ruling here. The market
Is In the process of adjusting itself to the
new crop basis, which is indicated by the
July option at Chicago, which has fallen
close to the $2 level.
Oats bids were raised $1.50 at the Ex
rhange to $45.50 and barley was firmer at
The T.lverpool grain cable said: "Wheat
dull and easy, influenced by free Ameri
can clearances. Corn firm, arrivals mod
erate. Argentina advices unfavorable. Spot
demand good. Oats easy, spot demand quiet.
Flour easy, increased mill offers. Continen
. tal demand good."
Torinlnal receipts in cars were reported by
the Merchants Exchange as follows:
Portland Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay
Wednesday .. lo
"Year ago Jl
Hapon to date g.4rt.1
Tear ago 10,424
Year ago. .... 14
rVason to date 7.522
Tear ago..... 7,178
Tues'jj.y ..... 10
Tear ago It
Reason to date n.fi.M
Tear ago 7, 1ST
1 ... . S B
5 1 1
W J 51 7 2320 2n."S
1523 l'MS 1119 2857
132 .... 316 2117
526 .... 430 2306
.... 6 5 4
5 7 2 10
SR5 1783 3 2fi 4015
136:! 2110 1132 4358
WOOD SPECCXATION' QUIET IX EAST
Belease of British Frodnet no Factor In
Market at Boston.
Smaller sales in the aggregate marlc the
trading lnwool at Boston, according to latest
advices. The diminution, however, is
thought to denote a decrease in specula
tion among dealers rather than a slack
ening of activity on the part of manufac
tures. The feature of the week has been
The announcement that 45,000 bales of
Australian wool would be allowed to come,
although the Influence of this item upon
the market is practically nil. A gradual
broadening of the demand for territory
wools Is noted, as well aa continued heavy
operations in South American grades of
staple. The market for wool la very strong
both in the East and in the primary mar
kets, the period showing further advances
at primary and secondary selling points.
Concerning the release of Australian wool,
a trade authority at Boston says:
Even a small supply of Australian wool
would be a welcome addition to the stock
of some manufacturers. JJo doubt of the
statement that any supply would be in
keen demand may be had when it is seen
how some small parcels returned to the
market by mills are gobbled by manufac
turer who are making goods which in
volve them. Some rather poor Sydney wools
have fetched well above 80 cents lately, ac
cording to dealers. This grease price makes
the wools cost about $1.80 per scoured
pound, it is estimated. A few thousand
pounds at the most were comprised in the
sales, but the buyers showed eagerness for
the little. Other business In foreign wools,
aside from South American grades. Includes
fair sales of short clothing Capes, scoured
here, at $1.50 and some greasy combing
Cape at an estimated clean cost of $1.80 to
GRAIX CROrS IX GOOD CONDITION
Moisture in Eastern Conntles, However,
Would Be BenrnVlal.
Following Is a summary of the crop con
ditions in Oregon for the week ending June
1!. 1917. as reported to the local office of
the Weather Bureau by special correspon
dents throughout the state:
The opening and closing days of the week
were warm and crop growth was stimu
lated, but low temperatures on the 12th,
with frosts in southern and eastern coun
ties, caused some damage to garden truck
In a few localities. The need of rain Is now
being felt In Southern and Eastern Oregon.
O.its. rye. Spring wheat and barley aro
generally in good condition, but would be
benefited by moisture in eastern counties.
A good growth of corn is reported, while
beans, hops and sugar beets are fair to
good; pastures and meadows are also fair
and need rain. The weather was ideal
for haying and a large crop of alfalfa was
A heavy "June drop" In apples Is Indi
cated, but other fruits are satisfactory and
pt.rawberrles are being marketed.
CANTAlOrrE PRICES ARE REDUCED
Berry Quotations Decline With Large
Interest In the fruit trade now centers In
strawberries. Receipts from nearby points
yesterday were large and prices declined.
On the early farmers' market sales were
made at $2)f2.25. while on the street later
in the day the bulk of business was done at
Two cars of cantaloupes were received,
and they sold at reduced prices, standards
going at $5.50 and ponies at $5. California
deciduous fruits were unchanged.
Vegetables were generaly steady with an
Trade Is Fair at Reduced Price Butter
Egg receipts are holding up well, but the
quality is not so good as it was. There
was a fair demand yesterday and at 30
cents, case count, good sales could be made,
but buyers hesitated to pay over this price.
Butter was about steady with 86tj cents
the outside price on extras, and more sales
were made at 30 cents.
The polltry and dressed meat lines were
Quiet with .no material change in prices.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Seattle 3,234. S08
ri'a"".na . .. H'Kl.Trto
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS
Grain. Flour. Feed. Ete.
Merchants' Exchange, noon session,
TSluestem $ 2.0.1
Kortyfold 2. CO
lied Russian 2.00
Oats No. 1 white feed 45.50
Barley No. 1 feed 42.50
... 2. on
.. . 4 .-..50
. . . 42.50
FLOUR Fatents, $11.80; straights, $3.60
10.80: Valley, $11; whole wheat, $12; gra
MILLFEED Spot prices: Bran. $35 per
ton; shorts, $38 per ton; middlings, $45;
rolled barley. $48; rolled oats. $52.
CORN White, $72 per ton; cracked, $73
HAY Producers" prices: Timothy, Eastern
Oregon, $28 SO per ton: alfalfa. $20623;
Valley grain bay, 118-&20.
Fruits and Tegetables
Local Jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges, navels. $3
3.75; lemons, $3.25g5.25 per box: bananas,
OStfoHo per pound; grapefruit, $8j?7.
VEGETABLES Artichokes. 70c per dox;
tomatoes. S1.50&2.50 per crate; cabbage.
243c per pound: lettuce. $l75v2; cu
cumbers. 75ci$L50 per dozen: peppers, 20
35c per pound; rhubarb, 2& 3c per pound;
peas, 6(&7c per pound; asparagus, $1.50(?3
per box; spinach, 6&7e per pound; beans,
10 (5 12 He per pound.
POTATOES Oregon Jobbing prices. $3.50
4 per hundred; new California, 4&& 5c
ONIONS Bermuda, yellow, IX; white,
$1.25 per crate: red. $1.50.
GREEN FRUITS Strawberries, $1.35
2.25 per crate: cherries. 8&12c Per pound:
apricots, $1.85-2; green apples, $1.25 per
box; cantaloupes, $5.0O5.50 per crate;
peaches, 11.75&2 per box; watermelons, 4
le per pound.
Iairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER Cubes, extras, 383Bc; prime
firsts, 85c. Jobbing prices: Prints, extras,
Se; cartons, lc extra; butterfat. No. 1, 8Sc;
No. 2, 80c
CHEESE! Jobbers' buying prices, f. o. b.
dock. Portland: Tillamook triplets. 24c;
Young Americas, 25c per pound; longhorns,
25c. Coos and Curry, f. o. b. Myrtle Point:
Triplets, j:ic; Young Americas, 24 0 per
pound: longhorns, 24 o per pound.
EGGS Oregon ranch, current receipts,
3031e per dozen; Oregon ranch, selects, 32c
POULTRY Hens, 15 17c per pound;
broilers, 1721c; turkeys, 20c; ducks, old,
144fl6c; young. 20r&22c; geese, 1012c
VEAL Fancy, 14'14,4c per pound.
PORK Fancy. 191914o per pound.
Local Jobbing quotations:
SUGAR Fruit and berry. $8.23: Honolulu
plantation, $8.20; beet, $8.05; extra C, $7.85;
powdered, in barrels, $8.U; cubes, in bar
SALMON Columbia River, 1-pound talis.
$2.75 per dozen; one-half flats, $1.85; one
pound flats. IS, .
HONEY Choice, $333.25 per esse.
NUTS Walnuts. 1322Ho: Brazil nuts.
21c; filberts. 22u; almonds, 102Oc; peanuts.
17H cocoanuta $L10 per dozen; pecans,
BEANS California, small white. 17c;
large white. lttftc; Lima, 17c; bayous.
13c; pink, 14c.
COFFEE Roasted. In drums. 17 O 25c.
SALT Granulated. $17.25 per ton: half
ground. 100s. $12.40 per ton; 60s, $13.15 per
ton; dairy. $17.25 per ton.
RICE Southern head, 9$9o per pound;
blue rose. 8 'Ac; Japan style, 7Vi7-ic.
DRIED FRUIT Apples. 12c; peaches.
lOfellc; prunes. Italian. 10H3126c; raisins.
85csi,a per box: dates, fard. $2.50$3 per
box; currants, lite; figs, $23.50 per box.
Hops, Wool, Ilkiee, Etc.
HOPS 1916 crop. 3 96c per pound.
HIDES Salted hides (25 pounds up), 20c;
salted stags (50 pounds and up), 16c; green
and salted kip (15 pounds to 23 pounds),
20c; green and salted calf skins (up to 15
pounds), 32c; green hides (25 pounds and
up). 13c; dry hides, 34c; dry calf. 4uc; salt
hides. 20c; dry horse hides, $12.50; salt
horse hides, $3(5.
PELTS Dry long-wooled pelts. S7c; dry
short-wooled pelts. 25c; dry sheep shearlings,
each. 154 30c; salt sheep shearlings, each,
25 H 50c.
WOOL Eastern- Oregon fine, nOGOc per
pound: coarse. 58361c per pound; Valley,
90H3c per pound.
MOHAIR 60t65c per pound.
CASCARA BARK New, 7o; old, 8c per
TALLOW No. 1. 14c per pound.
HAMS All . sizes, choice, 29c: standard
28c; skinned, 2u'o27c; picnics, 22c; cottage
LARD Tierce basis. Kettle rendered,
24 ci standard pore, 28 hie; compound,
BACON Fancy. 8840c; standard, 88
87c; choice. 28 & 85c.
DRY SALT Short clear backs, 25027c;
exports. 2Q4r37o; plates, 22924a.
KEROSENE: Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons, 10c: cases. 18V4 6 22C
GASOLINE Bulk. 20Ac; cases, 29c;
naphtha, drums, lu4e; cases, 28c; engine
distillate, drums, 0c; cases, 19c
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels. $1.32; cases,
$1.39; boiled, barrels, $1.84: cases, $L4L
TURPENTINE In tanks. 62c; in cases.
SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE MARKET
Prfces Current on Butter, Eggs, Fruit, Vege-
laoies, etc., at Bay City.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 20. Butter
Fresh extra, 37c; prime firsts, 38 Ho.
Eggs Fresh extras. 31 '4 c; fresh firsts.
31c; fresh extra pullets, 2Uc; extra firsts
Cheese New firsts 20c; young Amerlcns,
Poultry Hens. 2324c; roosters. 1314c;
fryers, 2830c; broilers. 2420c; squabs.
$2.2.ij3; pigeons. $1.50(&2; geese, lSfoaoc:
Vegetables Okra, 7pi2c: Summer
squash, 50c; asparagus. $1.25'&'2 00- bell
peppers. 20S25c; chile. 15fc,2Uc: peas, per
sack, $1.50$ 1.7ft; tomatoes. Imperial Valley.
$1.50'o1.75 crate; green corn, S0&45c:
onions, green, 50?i75c box; rhubarb, $1
1.25; cucumbers, IMict $1.00; beans, wax. 5'e
7c: Itrlne. 36i;3;: lim.a 76i,tlf
garlic, 34lc. '.
Potatoes New. 2H3i4c.
Onions Red and ellverskln, $11 23;
Bermuda and Crystal wax, $1.752.
Fruits Watermelons, 67c; cantaloupes,
standard, $3.504; currants, chest, $4
" v , iiiujua, L-nerry, ooct&si;
apricots, fit? 1.00; cherries, $11.23 drawer;
figs. 75c(g$1.25; raspberries, $i.251.50.
iuB"wii"-a. eca-; gooseberries.
S'iflSc: lemons. $3g6; grapefruit. $2 50
iff 'I or;. n a-,.w v.r. i . . .
w " i ui.ubra f.nK.uv, uananas, eis
1.70; pineapples, $2.25 2.00; apples, astra-
Hay Wheat, $29S0; wheat and oats, $27
2.S; choice tame oat, $2930; barley, $25
12: barley straw, $11.10.
Aiuiieea trucKea corn and reed corn
meals. $72 73;; alfalfa meal, car lots, $33:
Receipts Flour, 3082 quarters; barley,
4700 centals; beans, 20S9 sacks; potatoes.
...... - ' ' - . ......... u , . ' ' oavna. IIBjr, J LOUS ,
hides, 795; wine, 30,100 gallona
Coffee) Futures Declining.
NEW YORK. June 20. There was a fur
ther decline In the market for coffee fu
tures here today. Trading was less active
than yesterday and July liquidation was not
so much la evlderrce, but reports of an
easier tone In Santos seemed to promote
some scattered selling. with December
easing off from $7.94 to $7.85 and closing
at $7.8S. The general list closed at a net
decline of 5 to 8 points. A few further
exchanges were reported. Including July
for December at 10 points and for March at
35 points. Including these operations sales
amounted to 22.000 batrs. June. $7.67: July,
$7.70; August, $7.74; September, $7.7S; Oc
tober, $7.81; November, $7.84; December,
$7..ss; January, $7.2: February. $7.96;
March. $8.(11; April. $8.06; May. $8.18.
Spot dull: Rio 7s. 10c: Santos 4s. lOe.
No fresh offers were reported in the cost
and freight market.
The official cables reported a decline of
75 reis in Rio and lOO rets In Santos. Santos
futures opened unchanged. according to
later reports, and showed a decline of 75
to 100 reis.
NEW YORK, June 20. Copper firm.
Electrolytic, spot and nearby. 33 34c, nom
inal: third quarter. 29.50i3 32c.
Iron firm. No. 1 Northern. $4950; No.
2. 4S.7.-.4!.7.V. No. 1 Southern, $474S;
No. 2. $4.50147.50.
Metal Exchange quotes tin strong. Spot.
63.50 S 64.5oc.
At London Spot copper, 130; futures.
CI 29 10s: electrolytic. 153. Spot tin. 241:
The Metal Exchange quotes lead dull.
Spelter dull. Spot, East St. Louis deliv
SAVANNAH. Ga., June 20. Turpentine,
firm. SSc: sales. 320: receipts. 664; ship
ments, 77: stock. 18,796.
Rosin, firm: sales. 1211; receipts. 1667:
shipments. 1305: stock. 03,768. Quote: AB
$5.40A 5.50, D $S.50S 5.60. E $5.50 ft fi.65. F
5.55.SO, G JS.704.5.80, H 5.73r 0.60, I
5.M)i3.85, K $5.006.00, M $0.006.20. N
S8.35JJ6.85. WW $6.45&6-70, WW $8. SO
Chicago Dairy Produce-.
CHICAGO. June 20. Butter, unchanged.
Egfrs. lower; receipts. -31,151 cases: firsts.
28'T29c: ordinary firsts. 28t427Hc; at
mark, cases Included, 2$'c?29c
Wool, Etc, at New York.
NEW YORK, June 20. Hops, hides and
Dried Frails at New York.
NEW YORK. June 20. Evaporated ap
ples, dull; pruues. guiel; peaches, firm.
LIST CLOSES FIH
Stocks Are Depressed in Early
Part of Session.
PUBLIC INTEREST ABSENT
Advance in Money Rates and Fresli
Complications in Foreign Situ
ation Among Depressing Fac
torsDomestic Bonds Heavy.
NEW TORK. Juno 20. Withdrawal of
public participation, an- advance in call
money to CVs per cent, the high rate of the
yar, fresh complications in the foreign sit
uation and unfavorable weather over East
ern and Southwestern agricultural centers
accounted in varying degrees for today'a fur
ther impairment of quoted values.
The higher money rates extended to time
loans and one-day discounts by the local
Federal Reserve Bank, which were ratsed
from 2 to 3 per cent. Reports of the Gov
ernment's Intention to take over the opera
tion of the country's leading industries met
with prompt denial from Washington.
Declines were again most severe In spec
ulative issues. United States Steel offered
less resistance to pressure, declining from
12S. its best quotation of the morning, to
3 points under tlit level. Bethlehem Steel,
new shares, proved more vulnerable at an
extreme loss of 54 points to 135.
In the final hour United States Steel led
the "active list In a general recovery of 1
to 4 points from lowest level, while Crucible
Steel, Distillers' Securities, Corn Products
and a few other issues, which owe their
prominence to pool activity, made actual
gains of 1 to 3 points.
Motors and shippings were steadier than
most other groups, pronounced heaviness be
ing shown by some of the utilities. Total
sales. 935,000 shares.
Receipt of another $11,000,000 In British
gold, hardening of Ures and rubles and a
alight shading of francs were the features
of the foreign exchange market.
Bonds were heavy on recessions in high
grade industrial and railway Issues. Total
sales, par value, $2,260,000. Liberty Bonds
held at par for full lots and other United
States issues were unchanged on call.
CLOSING STOCK. QUOTATIONS
Sales. High. Low. bid.
Amer. Bt. Sugar 600 U4 e
Amer. Can 4.400 4H'x 40 47 V4
Am. Car F... l.aoo 73 J. 7:1
Am. Loco 2.8c 71
Am. Smelt & Rf.
10.5'tO 118s 3U4VS
Am. Sugar Ref.. 6.70O 120 HCVj
Am. Tel. A Tel. 30O 13154 121Va
Am. Z.. L ft S. . .
Anaconda Cop. . . 11
A 4 W I S 8L
Bait. & Ohio..
Butte & Sup Cop
( al. Petroleum..
Canadian Pac. 300
Central Leather. ll.HOU
Ches & Ohio. . . 5D')
C Mil & Kt. P.. 5"C)
rr & N" western. 4U0
C R 1 A P ctfa
f'htno Copper. . . 1.4C0
Col Fuel & Iron.
Corn Prod. Rf. . .
Crucible Stel . .
rnba "an Sugar
Gen. Elec. . . .
Gen. Motors.... 16.000
Gt. N". Pfd
Gt. N. Ore Ctfa 1.300
Illinois Cen. ....
Inspir. Copper.. 6.4O0
Int. Met. M. Pf.. ll.iMio
Inter. Nickel. .. . 8,2no
Inter. Paper. 1,800
Kan City S
Louts & Nash...
Missouri Pac. . . .
New York Cent.
N Y. N H H .
Nor. it West. ...
North Pacific . .
Pac Tel. & Tel
Petsnsvlvanla .. l.OOO
Pittsburg Coal. . 7.SOO
Ray Con Cop.. . 2.700
Rep. 1 & Steel. 14.0OO
Shat Arlr. Cop..
Union Pacific. . .
IT S Ind AI
U 8 Steel 249,
OO 12S '.4
IT s Steel Pfd
Utah Copper ... 3.500
Wabash Pfd B 2.1O0
West Electric... 4.600
' 20 !4
Total sales for the day, )35.0OO shares.
tT S ref 2s reg !5V4!Nor Pac 3s fi?H
V S ref 2s cpn f.HilP T & T 5s 98 '4
U 8 3s reg HSMiiPenn con 4V4 ..1"2
U S 3s c:m 98Vi!Sou Pac ret 4s .:).
IT S 4s reg. -104 -IC Pao 4s 92V4
U S 4s cpn 1)4 IT Pac cv 4s -so
Atchison gen 4s 90 IU 8 Steel Cs l')4'4
Den&HG ref ."is 58 Snu Pac cv Cs . 99U
NYCen deb 6s 305HI Anglo Fr Cs 03V,
Nor Pac 4s.... 87Vi
Boston Mining Stocks.
BOSTON, June 21. Closing prices
Arizona Com ....1414
Cal & Ariz 79 V4
Cal & Hecla ...C30
Cop R Con Co .-.00
E Butte Cop co 1-V4
Granby Con ....83
Greene Cananea 41
Ise Royallo Cop 31 V4
Lake Copper . . .
Old Dominion ..
Superior . . . .
)up ee 50t
Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW YORK, June 20. Mercantile paper,
5 per cent.
Sterling 60-day bills, $4.72; commercial
60-day bills on banks, $4.7114: 'commercial
OO-day bills. $4.71 V4: demand. $4.7514;
cables. $4,76 7-16. Francs, demand. $5.7614 ;
cables, 5.7514. Guilders, demand. 413-10;
cables. 41 V4. Lires. demand. 7.28; cables,
7.27. Rubles, demand. 23 Vi; cables, 2314.
Bar silver. 77 c.
Mexican dollars, 6014 c.
Government bonds steady; railroad bonds
Ti-ne loans strong: 60 snd 0 days, 3V4Q
6 per cent: six months. 5Q5V4 per cent.
Call money strong. High, 6V4 per cent;
low, 6 per cent; ruling rate, 6 per cent:
last loan. 6 per cent: closing bid. SV4 per
cent; offered at 6 per cent.
LONDON. June 20. Bar silver. 39V44 per
Money, 4MV4 per cent.
Discount rates Short bills. 414 Per cent;
three months bills. 4 per cent.
FAIR RUN ON AT YARDS
OF DAY'S RECEIPTS
Lambs Sell Quarter Tnder Monday's
Opening; Price Otker Line
Are About Steady.
There was a fair run of about a dozen
loads at the yards yesterday, sheep com
prising most of the arrivals. The market
held about steady throughout, although
prices did not average up to Monday's open
ing. For the few hogs offered $15 was the
top price, bid. while lambs sold a quarter
under Monday's best price. Cattle were un
changed. Receipts were 196 cattle. 12 ealvea,
227 hogs and 1388 sheep. Shippers were:
Frank Brown. Corvallis. 2 cars cattle, hogs,
sheep; J. Dadaroux, Sheridan, 1 car cattle,
hogs, sheep; Cutsford Bros.. Gervais. 1 car
hogs, sheep; Frank Warn, Mt. Angel. 1 car
cattle, hogs, sheep: Kuchne, Castle Rock, 1
car cattle, calves: H. H. Taylor. Castle Rock,
1 car cattle, calves. hogs, sheep; L. A.
Pauley. Kelso, 1 car cattle, calves; Lewis.
Kelso. 1 car cattle; L. B. Miller, Goldendale.
4 cars sheep.
2 steers. 840 $ 001
lcow... UHf) 7.751
1 cow. . 750 $ 7 00
3 cows,. 780 6.50
1 cow. .. 170 7.80
1 cow. . , pso 8 50
1 cow ... 830 2 60
1 cow. .. 800 3 CO
lcow... pnn 5,23
Scows.. 925 4.50
1 cow. . . 1210
8 hogs. .
9 hogs. .
4 hogs. .
8 hogs. .
1 bull. .. l')80
1 bull. .. 17oo
1 bull. ..
1 cow . .
1 cow ... 1 200
l cow. .
1 cow. . .
5 COWS. .
6 131) lambs.
S.OOl 71 y lings
6.5ol 7 ewes..
Quotations at the yards on the va
classes of stock follow
Hteers. prime .........$
Steers, medium .........
Cows, medium to good . . ,
Cows, ordinary to fair . .
Light and heavy packing
Pigs and skips 12.0OW
Rouith heavies 13.90ft
Stork hogs ll.uOs
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA. June 20. Hogs Receipts. 11.
200. 5 to 15c higher. Heavy $15.30 'i 15.40:
mixed. $15.1515.35: light. $15.15 if 15.40 :
Pigs. $12.5" a 14 50; bulk. $13.1516.40.
Cattle Receipts. 0800. steady. Native
steers. $10.0013.75; cows and heifers, $8.75
ft 11.50; Western steers. $9.50912.25; Texas
steers. $9.00v 18.50: cows and heifers, $8.50
'islO.OO; canners. $6.oO8.6l); atockers and
feeders. $7.00.11.00; calves. 10.00 14.50;
bulls. $7.()0'S 11.00.
Sheep Receipts. 1600, 25 to BOe higher.
Yearlings. $12.0012.50: wethers. $10.00ia
11.50; ewes. $3.25 310.25; lambs. $16,250
Chicago Lives tork Market.
CHICAGO, June 20. Hogs Receipts, 25.
0O0, strong, 6 to 10c above yesterday's av
erage. Bulk, $15.50i 16.10; light, $14,059
16.00: mixed, $15.2t a 16.15: heavy, 15.20
16.17V4; mush, $15.25 15.40; pigs. $11,000
Cattle Receipts. 15.000. steady. Native
beef cattle. $S.7513.75; stockers and feed
ers. $7.10i 10.35; cows and heifers, $5,769
11.70: calves, $1 1.00 4 1 5.65.
Sheep Receipts. 80"0. strong. Wethers.
$9.1otrll.6): lambs, $10.75 016.50; springs.
$14.25 a 18.73.
NEW YORK, Juno to. Cotton Spot,
quiet; middling, 25.80.
LONDON, June 20. An Exchange Tele
graph dispatch from Liverpool says the
Cotton Association decided to close the
market. In view of the sensational move
ments of the last few days.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. June 20. Raw sugar, firm;
centrifugal. - 6.96c; molasses. 5.08c; refined,
steady; fine granulated, 7.50c.
Dulutb Linseed Market.
DULTJTH. June 20. Llnsoed on track and
srrlve, $3.06; arive, October. $2.85; July,
$3.07; September, $3.01; October, $2.80.
Record Crops for Linn County.
ALBANY. Or.. June 20. (Special.)
"Never before have 1 seen crops have such
a good color at this time of year." This
is a remark heard daily here and Indi
cates that a record-breaking yield will be
produced In Linn County this year. True,
the crops are much later than usual, but
splendid growing weather has been and is
being experienced, and If occasional show
ers come, cr oven if there is no rain and
no extremely hot weather comes soon, a
big crop will be produced.
A. E. Stewart, of Slottx City, la.. Is
at the Carlton.
W. r. Coulter la at the Carlton from
C. G. Alhorn. of Calgrary, Alberta, la
at the Nortonia.
Martin O. Kurta, of Corvallia, Or., is
at the Imperial.
E. W. Moreland. of Salem, Or., Is
at the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Wilson, of Astoria,
are at the Oregon.
JIra. I. A. McDowell, of Albany, Or.,
Is at the Seward.
John Worum, of Lewiston, Idaho, is
at the Washington.
S. Kowalskey registered at the Hltz
from Pe Ell, Wash.
Mrs. I. E. Perkins, of Colfax, Wash.,
Is at the Multnomah.
Ernest C. Carpenter is at the Port
land from Medford. Or.
Ralph Keaton, of Snohomish, Wash.,
Is at the Washington.
Joseph M. Anderson, of Sacramento,
Cal., is at the Cornelius.
J. W. Weston registered from Spo
kane, Wash., at the Nortonia.
George Henry, of Damascus, Or., ia
registered at the Multnomah.
Miss Rose Hastings, of Stevenson,
Wash., registered at the Rltz.
Charles Spray registered at the Cor
nelius from Cottage Grove, Or.
Miss Lillian H. Collins, of The Dalles,
Or., registered at the Cornelius.
Mrs. L. M. P. Reld, of New York
City, registered at the Portland.
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Newell registered
at the Carlton from Madras, Or.
a. Atwood, of Eugene, and F. H. May,
of Bend, Or., are at the Oregon.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Yocum registered
at the Washington from Amity, Or.
Mr. and Mrs. George Van Horn, of
Seattle, Wash., are at the Nortonia.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Cummlnga reg
istered at the Portland from Flavel, Or.
Sam Blake, of Butte, Mont., and Earl
Wlllson, of Ashland, Or., axa at the
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Melcher, of San
Francisco! Cal., registered at the Im
perial. Hanna M. Cordy registered for a few
davs at the Oregon from Walla Walla,
G. F. Horn and C. L. Walker, both
of Salt Lake City, are registered at
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wilkinson reg
istered at the Washington from Seat
Lester Miller, of Castle Rock, and
George J. tjtevens, of Chehalls, Wash.,
are at the Cornelius
Mrs. J. L. Sparling and sister are
visiting in Portland, and while here are
stopping at the Imperial.
J. Golden Barnett. of Wasco, Or., and
W. Fairchild, of Tacoma, Wash., are
registered at the Oregon.
0. F. Bacon, of Boise, Idaho.' and
John Cecil Black, of Tacoma, Wash.,
are registered at the Seward.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Duncan are visit
ing in Portland and registered at the
Multnomah from Victoria, B. C.
Miss K. Chambers, of Prineville. Or.,
and Mr. M. E. Lewis, 'of Astoria, Or.,
are at the Seward for a few days.
1. W. Parka, of Oakland, Cal.. and
Horace T. Cooke, of San Francisco,
Cal., are registered at the Multnomah.
R. J. Hark, of Hamilton, Mont., and
Ralph L. Gorman, of Baker, Or., are
registered for a few days at the Im
perial. H. F. Goetz registered from Spo
kane, Wash., at the Carlton. Mr. Goetz
is manager of the Coeur d'Alene Hotel
Miss M. V. Chase, of San Jose, Cal.,
and Miss Elsa Brennemann. of Los
Angeles. Cal., are at the Portland for
a few days.
C. C. Richmond brought hla family
to Portland for a few days and reg
istered them at the Seward from Walla
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Burtllff. of Loa
Angeles, Cal.. is spending a few daya
in Portland and ia registered at the
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. Gonler regis
tered at the Nortonia from Roseburg,
Or. Mr. Gonier is a prominent business
man ' of Southern Oregon.
Joseph A. Pipal. coach of the Oregon
Agricultural College football team, ac
companied by Mrs. Pipal. registered at
the Imperial from Corvallis, Or. They
will leave for the East tomorrow.
CHICAGO. June 20. (Special.) Mrs.
M. E. Pomeroy and W. W. Keller, of
Salem, Or., are registered at the Sher
man Hotel today.
Phone your want ads to The Orego
nlan. Main 7070, A 6095.
2 hogs , .
4 hogs. .
33 hogs. .
8 hogs. .
2 hogs. .
1 cow . .
8 cows . .
1 cow . . .
1 cow . . .
COR!! IS UNLOADED
Holders Alarmed by Talk of
WHEAT ALSO EASES -OFF
New Crop Offers Increase Rapidly,
but Buyers Are Scarce Except at
low Prices Rains in
Spring Grain Region.
CHICAGO. June 30. Reports that Prea
Idsnt Wilson was likely seen to exercise his
power to place an esabarso on arain ship
ments that tnlabt reach Germany throuyh
neutral countries led to' heavy liquidating
sales today, especially tn corn. Prices for
that cereal closed nervous, 1 to 4 cents
net lower. Wheat also declined, finishing
1 to 4 cents down, with July at $2.01 and
September at 1.80. Oats lost Uo to
Ific Provisions fsjnsd 3H to 15 cents.
Gsneral unloading by holders of earn ac
companied the talk eC a probable, suddsn
nforcement of embanro reg-ulatlons. It was
said thst recent unusually larere purchases
of com for European neutrals had aroused
suspicion and that the new authority of the
President could provide an effective bar to
any of the proposed shipments falling- into
hands that were hostile to the United States.
Rain that broke a serious drought in Xorth
Texas and In Oklahoma counted to some
extent in further weakening the market.
Hedging sales from the Southwest bad a
depressing effect on wheat. New crop of
fers Increased rapidly, but buyers were
scarce except at relatively low figures. Crop
prospects continued to Improve. Kalns in
the Spring wheat region were deemed of
particular advantage to the bear side of the
Oats were chiefly governed by the same
Influences that ruled other grain, especially
com. Seaboard houses bought oats on the
Assertions that the Belgian Commission
was seeking offers helped to strengthen the
provision market. Upturns In the value of
hos were also of some assistance.
Leading futures ranged as follows;
. . . ?'J 02
.. 1.44 Ya
.Tulv 21. IT 2t.Sn l.Sw
Sept 21.41 21.&0 S1.3I 21.47
eh prices were ar follows:
Wheat No. 2 red. .V2..13: No. 3 red. 2.20;
No. 2 hard and No. 3 hard, nominal.
Corn No. 2 yellow. 1.68ft l.ttili : No. 3
yellow, l.asrl.; No. 4 yellow. ai.eH.
Outs No. U white, CiVifeaoVic; standard.
63 . antic.
Kve No. 2. $2.42.
Barley 1.10i 1.48.
Timothy 4& 7.73.
Minneapolla Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, June 20. Wheat July.
2.17: September, 11.71. Cash. No. 1 hard.
2 072.2-. No. 1 Northern. 2-B202.37;
No 2 Northern. 12.37 2.47.
Barley 11.01 1.48.
Bastera Wheat Futures.
DTTL.TJTH. June 20. Wheat closed July,
WINNTPEO. June SO. Wheat closed
KANSAS CTTT. June 20. Wheat closed
July. 13.00; Beptember, 11. 8U.
ST. IXVUIS. June 20. Wheat closed
July, ll.Ul; September. 11.70.
Paget Sound Grain Markets.
SEATTLE. June 20. Wheat Bluestem.
12 30: turkey red. 12.30: fortyfoki. 12.30;
club. 12.3U: fife. 12.30; red Kussian. 2.30.
Barley, $40 per ton.
Yesterday's car receipts Wheat 10, oats
5, hay 4. flour 6.
TACOMA, June 20. Wheat Bluestem,
$2.3102.32; fortyfold, club and red fife,
$2 30; red Russian. $2.2.
Car receipts Wheat &, hay 1.
Grain Sa Kranclsce.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 20. Spot quota
tion. Bluestem, $4.3064.40; turkey red,
$4 404.00: red Russisn, $4.204.25: feed
barley. $2.102.15: while oats. $2.452.R0;
bran. $3il&37; middlings, $47 48; shorts.
Cnboard Barley. July, $1.00 bid. fl.M
asked; December, $1.0.
IRRIGATION SITE SOUGHT
Committee. Will Report as to Loca
tion for Experiment Station.
WASHINGTON STATE COLLEGE,
Pullman. June 20. (Special.) The
committee to make recommendations to
the regents for location of an irriga
tion Bub-atatlon tn Waahln g-ton will be
gin work at Wenatchee June 25. going
thence to North Yakima, Kennewlck,
and possibly other points.
Professor O. Waller, vice-president
of the college and head of the division
of irrigation engineering in the Wash
ington Experiment Station, ia chair
man. Other members are Henry Holts,
soil physicist, of the Washington Ei
nerlment Station: 8. O. Jayne, of the
United States Department of Agricul
ture, and R. K. Tiffany, project
manager at North Yakima.
ROBERT DOBLE IS MOURNED
Spokane Newspaper Men Unite With
Family in Funeral Services.
SPOKANE. "Wash., June 20. (Spe
cial.) Funeral services over the body
of the lata Robert Doble, Portland
newspaperman, who died suddenly last
week in Spokane, were held in the
chapel of the Hazen-Jaeger Company
this afternoon at 2:30. His widow and
the family, from Marshall Junction,
where ho was going when stricken un
conscious, were at the bier, and Spo
kane newspapermen who knew the
promising young man were there to
shed a tear for their departed brother.
Among the floral offerings were a
huge basket of exquisite red roses from
the editorial staff of The Portland Ore
gonlan and a large wreath of pale pink
roses from the Oregon Journal staff.
The body was Incinerated and the ashea
will be sent East to the burial plot of
his father and mother.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
" GR05SE-LABKINS Charlea Orosse. legal,
6403 Forty-fourth street, and Bertha lar
kins. leal, 08 Salmon.
WAGSTAFK-OEjELL Howard Wsgstaff.
legal. 77:t2 Woodstock avenue, and Ruth
Ges-ll, lesal, fllltt Klghty-ninth street.
BITKLK-THOKH Ralph A. Rucker, 19.
74.Est Ankeny and Alrlle Troeh, 18. 492T
WUXOUGHBV-MARSHALL Thomas F.
WIllouKhby. 2. Eddysvllle. Or., and Georgia
Marshall. 21. Rainier Hotel.
MOOKE-GILL J. Stanford Moore, legal,
Dundee. Or., and Lois Gill, legal. 1414 Wino
PAGE-GROOMB Floyd Page. 23. Athene,
Or., and Corral Grooms, 21. Cascade.
JONES-RANDEL1N R, C. Jones. 26. Css
cade, and Alma Randelln. 23. &t3 Michigan.
AiiMBR-WEBER Edward Ammer, 20,
MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc.
RAILWAY EXCHANGE BUILDING
We own and offer,
Clackamas County, Oregon, School District 5s..
Huntington, Oregon, Municipal 5s
Nez Perce County, Idaho, Highway District 6s..
Astoria, Oregon, Improvement 6s 5
Blackfoot, Idaho, Improvement
The above bonds are exempt
3ft Fast Second, and Kllambetfe Weber. ?5.
637 Kaat Oregon street.
Vaateeaver Marriage " XJeensea.
MILLKP.-WAl.KER William Frank Mill
er. 24. of Portland, and Hub Esther Walk
er. 17, of Portland.
FRANK-fcTEVKNRON Anmit Frank 46
of Oregon City, Or., and Mrs. Emllie K.
Stevenson. 2S, of Oresham. Or.
r fyt uh-auams Hen l. Hoover, 21. of
Rortng. Or., and lilanch. Adama. IA. of I ".nr.
ing. Or . ,
LONDON-lTECKLINa D. A. London. S3. !
of Surer. Or., and Mrs. Alpha Meckllng. SI,
of Pendleton, Or.
CORMAN-HJERTAAS Clyde Adell Poe
ms n. legal, of Vancouver. Wash., and Mag
dalena HJertaaa, legal, of Battle Ground.
C1.KMENT8.ADAVS -Run n.m.n "
of Tillamook, Or. and Lillian Adams. 18.
of Tillamook. Or.
keeu-eveksen Elmer L. Reed. SI. of
Portland, and Hazel Evensen. 0. of Port
land. POWELL-ENODAHL Lee L. Powell. 40,
of Portland., and Mrs. Esther Engdahl. 44.
BEARLE-MOBLET Edmond Caarle. 22.
or Camas, Waah... and Jessie Mobley. IT, of
CRA WFrmr T VI - tr . i .
rrawford. 12K0 East Salmon street, June .
KOSENFEUV-To Mr. and Mrs. James
w- Rosenfeld. 245 St. Clair street. June 10.
LEINENWEBKR To Mr. and Mrs. John
B. Lelcenweber, C47 Flanders street. June 10.
TliPPER To Mr. and Mrs. Allison H.
Tunper. 0,2 Club avenue, June 10. a son.
CLASfc To Mr. and Mrs. Charlea Claae.
246 Seventeenth street North. June 10. a
TEHBETTS To Mr. and Mrs. Frank p.
Telib-tts. 2 Jlryce avsnus, June 11. a
OVA 1.1. To Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Ovsll.
ins East Sixteenth street North, June 11.
ANESTAT) To Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Anestad. 15 SO Marshall street, June 12, a
WATERS To Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Wsters,
Union avenue North, June 12, a daugh
ter. HA INLINE To Mr. and Mrs, William 11.
Halnllne, 4UU Magnolia street. - June 12, a
MAHONET To Mr. and Mrs. John J.
Mahoney. 315 East Thirty-ninth street. June
1U, a son.
MRS. MARY PETERSEN Erect ene-story
frame dwelling. 45 Sixty-second street, be
tween Oak and Stark; Maul Prua Co.,
RILL. WINTERS! Repair two-story brick
ordinary restaurant. 167 Third. between
Yamhill and Morrison; T. C. Relchle. builder;
ELECTRIC STEEL COMPANY Erect
two-story frame storage house, York and
Twenty-fourth streets: gnOO.
ELECTRIC STEEL COMPANY Erect
one-story frame office, York and Twenty
fourth streets: bulldera asms: t;tf0.
JOE REISER Repair two-story frame
dwelling. 6446 Eighty-sixth street, at Sixty.
rntn avenue Houthsast: bulldsr. same: s-to.
MR. NEWELL Repair four-story brick
oruinary apartments. 2;o rJast r irst. oe
tween Haasalo and Multnomah; T. A. Plppy,
POHTER BROS. Erect frame water tow
er. Columbia boulevard, between Fowler and
Chautauqua; builders, same; $600.
PORTER BROS. Erect frame shop. Co
lumbia boulevard, between Fowler and Chau
tauqua; builders, same: S10OO.
11. L. P1TTOCK Alter one and one-balf-storv
frame garage and dwelling. Imperial
Heights: M. W. Lorens. builder; IluOO.
F. C1SERO Erect two-story frame dwell
ing. 5."27 Fifty-eighth avenue. between
Fifty-fourth and Fifty-seventh streets; M.
V. Huron, builder: S1200.
JOSEPH NORTON Erect one-story frama
garage, 725 East Forty-second North, be
tween Klickitat and Fremont; $36.
J. L. OLHSON Repair one-story frame
dwelling. 1017 Kast Thirty-fourth street, be
tween Raymond and Marguerite avenue; J.
L. Olsson. builder: 600.
H. F. PASCHEN Repair one-story frame
dwelling. lr.6! Fiske. between Depauw and
Syracuse: builder, same: J2O0.
DR. NICHOLS Repair two-story frame
flats. 535 Main street, between Sixth and
Rroadway: the J. A. Melton Company,
L. BERS WICK Erect one-story frame
garage, 706 East Burnslde, between East
Twenty-second and East Twenty-fourth; O.
L. bmlth. builder; 2o0.
A. R. FRANCIS Repair two-story frame
dwelling. 873 First street, between Pennoyer
and Gaines: Emll R. Millar, builder; $180.
O. P. MILLER Erect frame garage, T
East Sixteenth street North, between East
Ankeny and East Burnslde; builder, aame;
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Jnne 26. Maximum temper
ature, 78 degrees; minimum temperature.
63 degreea. River reading. S A. M.. 2.1.8
feet: change in last 24 hours, 0.6 foot rise.
Total rainfall 5 P. M. to 5 P. M.). none;
total rainfall since September 1. 1916. B1.74
tnchee; normal rainfall alnce September 1,
4:1.43 Inches; deficiency of rainfall since
September 1, 1916, 11.61 inches. Total sun
shine. 9 hours 25 minutes; possible sishlns.
15 hours 48 minutes Barometer o-educed
aea level) G P. M.. 29.89 Inches. Relative
humidity at noon, 33 per cent.
M 3 Wind
I - ! o
3 3 Js. . -E
STATIONS. .3 .5 " f
X a o o weather
Ba"ier I 42! 7S O.OO . .'a Cloudy
Boiss (vol H410. on .. :mw Clear
Boston 62 8SO.O0;i2,SW Clear
Calgtry I... -
Chl-igo r.o fM'O.nof. .INK Clear
Colfax 3"' SO'o.ool. .!M Cloudy
Denver P2 6" O.OO 14 N Pt. cloudy
Dea Moines.... .'.s 76 0. 02!.. 'SB Clear
Duluth 4') 62 O.OOilOiNE Cloudy
Eureka no Bs'0.oo..lN .Clear
(ialvestoa ... THI 4 0.(M 10 S Pt cloudy
Helen 461 74 O.ool .. '.VE Cloudy
Jacksonville . S2 0.nnjloSK Clear
.luneaut 42! 0 .121 .. SW (Cloudy
Kansas CItv... 661 Ts O.O010;HE jelear
Los Angeles.. 112 7S O.O'M . . IS 'Clear
Marshfield ... 461 60 .(".. 'NW Pt. cloudy
Medford 471 8 ll.nn 14!W!Cler
Minneapolis .. 4" 7X0.OO12IS ICloudy
Montreal B'i j o.lil 12 S 'PL cloudy
New Orleans.. 72 M il.M'IO'.S IPt. cloudy
New York 64 "s 0.0i:io 3 (cloudy
North Head.. So fl6'0.nOJ38 SE ICloudy
North J'aklina... M 0 .OO; . . INWiCloudy
Omrha 62 0.00 ..IH Cloudy
Phoenix 74 1 OS o ,"0' . . ! W Clear
Pocilello .. .. B2 TO.On:i2 PW ICIar
Portland 54 Tn.x:12W Cloudy
Roseburg .... 4sl S20.00' . . NWCIenr
Sacramento .. 74;io2 O.oojlo S .Clear
St. Louis I 641 S2 U.IM!. .ISW ICloudy
Salt I.aks AS1 so n.iM'i . . !NW Clear
Kan Diego 62 70O.110I..IW iPt. cloudy
linn Francisco. o 72 O.OOWSW ICIesr
Sea'tle ....... f2 6SU.0212S Cloudy
Spokane 4s 7s 0 .001. . ,SW Cloudy
Tacoma 4S 6SO.ol..,HW Cloudy
Tatooah Isl'nd 4S 54 0.14 14 8 Ruin
VaKext 4 -64 n.iini..). ... pt. cloudy
Walla Walla., f.4 4 0 .'.. IS Cloudy
Washington . 64 ml 0.OO . . 8 Pt. cloudy
Winnipeg .... rM 62 0 . Q"124' X W'Cloudy
IA. M. tuduy.
-P. M. reiMjrt of preceding
A moderate depression overllea the South
western states and a trough of low pres
sure extends from Kansas northeastward to
Lake Superior. The pressure is low also
over Western Canada and the Inter-Mountain
region. A weak high-pressure area
overlies interior Western Canada and the
Northern Rocky Mountain and Northern
Plains states and the pressure Is increasing
slowly on the California coast. Showers
have fallen in Western Washington. Brit
ish Columbia, the northern Rocky Mountain
subject to prior sale:
from Federal income tax.
Furnished Upon Request.
and Northern Plains states. Iowa. Tennes
see, the lower Lake region and St. Lawrence
Valley. Thunder storms were reported from
Omaha. New Orleans and Montreal. The
weather Is 16 degrees or more cooler In the
Puget Seund country. Manitoba. North Da
kota. Eastern South Dakota, Wyoming and
the southern and eastern portions of the
I.ake region; It Is correspondingly warmer
In the vicinity of Rsrkervllle. B. C. Except
In Northwestern Washington, temperatures
are above normal throughout this forecast
The conditions are favorable for show
era Thursday In Western Washington and
for partly cloudy and occasionally threaten
ing weather In the remainder of this dis
trict. Winds will be mostly northwesterly.
Portlsnd and vicinity Partly cloudy and
occasionally threatening weather, north
Oregon Partly cloudy and occasionally
threatening weather, northwesterly winds.
Washington STftowers west, partly cloudy
and occasionally threatening weather eaat
portion, generally westerly winds.
Idaho Partly cloudy and occasionally
Ocean Partly cloudy: south ef Orsya
Harbor, gentle northwesterly winds; north
of urays Harbor, gentle and southwesterly
The Willamette River at Portland regis
tered 23.5 feet at 5 P. M. todav; It will re
main nearly stationary Thursday and fall
slowly during the following three or four
daya T. FRANCIS DRAKE. .
CLARKE ASKED TO RESIGN
Governor AVIslics' New Head of Van
couver Deaf School.
VANCOUVER, Wash., June 20. (Spe
cial.) Professor Thomas P. Clarke, su
perintendent of the Washington State
School for the Deaf for the paat 13
yeara. coming; here from a similar posi
tion at Salem, Or., haa been asked by
Governor Lister to reslfrn.
While Professor Clarke has been head
of the atate Institution here (he was
superintendent of the School for the
Blind also until five years ago). It haa
the largest number of graduatea of
any state attending- Gallaudet College.
Washington. D. C. the only college of
higher learning for deaf in the world.
The Governor asks that the resigna
tion date from" August 1.
Some men consider an ounce of graft
worth more than a pound of honesty.
(Without Chan En Boute)
S. S. ROSE GITY
Safla rnm Ainsworth Dock
S r. M., FRIDAY, JINE 22,
106 Golden Miles on
All Mates Include
Berths and Meals.
Table and Service)
The San Frandare 4V Portland 8. S. Cow,
Third and Washington streets (with
O.-W. R. a N. Co.). XeL, Broadway 430e,
PORTLAND TO SAN FRANCISCO
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Cal. tr. Express leaves &:30 A. M. ; ar
rlv San Kranclsco 3:30 next day. On
war fares. H. f 12.60. SIS, 117.60. S20.
uLOUNO TRIP, 142,
.North BanV, sth and 6tarh.
' blatloa. iota and Uoyc.
J lid and Mur., N. 1. Kjr.
1 S46 W ash.. O. N". Ky.
IOO 3d. Burlington Ry.
Independent S. S. Co.
San Francisco $10.00
Coos Bay $7.00
Flrat-Claaa Meitla bb4 Berta
S. S. BREAKWATER
6 P. M. SATURDAY, JUNE 23
North Pacific s. S. nock.
Near Broadway Bridge ana
124 Third St.
Phones, Broadway (M, A 5422.
Ketrhlkatn, W ranee!, Jnneaa. Doaclaa.
HatJiMsta, BkiKsy, Cordova Valdes. l-f-ard
aad AJH bori(.
Vie. ftaattla or San Fnnffitco to Loa An
Ciea and ban Diego. 2. are eat shipa. ud
au&led service, low ralea. .nuludlna
tucala and bartna.
For particulars apply or telephone
fACU'lC 8TKAMWHIP COMFAI,
Tkvo Admiral Line.
Mala X. Horn A 45M. Mi 4 Third Si.
Honolulu, Suva, Now Z'ral
K-c-ti!n,r Saillnxa from Vancouver, B. C, by
the falalial a'aatveucer biaainers of the
' Canadian-A ut ralasian Royal Mail Una.
Far fat! Information applv Can, Pa. Rail
war. &5 Third bt.. I'ortlnntl, or Oe.ra)
AceuU 440 jmur Ht aucouver. A. IX