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THE 3IORXING OREGOXIAX, WEDNESDAY, JULY " 11, 1917.
.With Demand for Wheat Local
v Board May Resume.
CALL SESSION'S AT SEATTLE
?To Trading as Xet in This Market
and Prlce9 Are Kominal Tex-
y ans to Speak Before Local
(; Dealers Thursday.
There Is aa yet no demand for wheat in
tills market, but should business develop
the Merchants' Kxchange would probably
open for cash trading. There has lately
been some movement of wheat on the Sound
and In order to establish prices on a work
ing basis the Seattle Exchange yesterday
resumed Its sessions and received bids and
offers for cish wheat and other cereals,
bnt no sales were posted. The bid and
ask id prices at Seattle were:
many of the bean and potato fields will
return poor yields.
Hank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Portland t--.343.441 J185.7-.I7
Seattle 3,548.832 TS7.S9-J
Tacoma 655.1 SI 71.749
Spokane 87,273 158,503
POKILAVD MARKET QUOTATIONS
Grain, Floor, Feed, Etc
WTIEAT Bluestem, J2.15: forty fold, $2.10;
club. $2.10; red Russian. S2.05.
OATS N'o. 1 white, feed. $45 45.50 ton.
BARLEY No. 1 feed. $42 per ton.
FLOUR Patents. $11.40; straights, $9.20
10.40; Valley.' $10.60; whole wheat. $11.80;
MILLFEED Spot prices: Bran. $32 per
ton; shorts. $35 per ton; middlings, $42;
rolled barley. $48; rolled oats. $50.
CORN White, $78 per ton; cracked, $74
HAY Producers' prices: Timothy, East
ern Oregon. $2S per ton; alfalfa, $18; Val
ley grain hay, $16.
STOCK GAINS WIDE
Improved Tone of Broad and
1 stf-er.. 670
IS steers. 7!i2
1 steer.. 770
9 steers. 672
4 steers. 9rt2
8 steers. 1075
1 cow. . 10.0
1 cow. .. it;0
8 cows.. 150
24 cows ..
NEWS MAINLY FAVORABLE
ITS 14 Oo
2S steers.. 823 8.25
4 steers.. tM'T 6.75
1 steer.. 900 6 00
1 steer. . 9i!0 6 50
5 steers. 1102 8 00
9 steers.. 875 6.25
1 cow. .. 80 5 50
4 cons.. 977 8.00
1 cow. . . 870 5.00
lcow... 1070 4.50
4 cows.. 1O70 6.00
1 bull 1320 6.50
5 hogs... 320 15.05
1 nog 440 14.75
1 hog. . .. 6O0 14.80
2 hogs. .. 240 15 SO
4 hogs... 452 14.75
1 hog. . .. f.l.O 15.00
10 hogs... 137 14 OO
1 h'Jg 450 15.30
7 hogs... 163 15.75
ALL GeHIHS HIGHER
German - Chancellor's
Sends Prices Up.
Fortyfold . .
H. A. Wickstrom, chief grain Inspector of
Galveston, and Julius "W. Jockusch. repre
senting the Galveston Board of Trade,
wired from San Francisco, to R. I. Pater
on. president of the Portland Merchants"
Exchanpo, that they are on their way to
xnis city, and Mr. Paterson called a meet
lnjr of the ioca Exchange for Thursday
noon, when the Texas man will be heard.
The subject of their talk was not Btated In
BradHtreefs reports the world's visible
wheat decrease at 2.009,000 bushels, the
rorn Increase at 311.000 bushels and the oats
eTase at 1.041.000 bushels.
Tne weather Bummary and forecast for
the Middle West, as wired from Chicago,
follows: "Illinois fair tonight and Wednes
day, becoming unsettled Northwest tonight,
rising temperature. Missouri fair and
warmer. Iowa unsettled, clear tonight and
warner Wednesday, fair and cooler. North
Takota, South Dakota and Kansas generally
fair, cooler. Minneapolis cloudy and threat
ening. Winnipeg part cloudy, no rain. Fargo.
Tain. Chicago cloudy and cool. Peoria clear.
fine. Kansas City. St. Joseph and St. Louis
clear and fine. Nebraska City clear, cool.
fjnio alley cloudy, cool, hard rain at
Bpringfield last right.
Co mmenting on the Eastern market situ
fit ton a New York broker writes: "Wheat
Iihs been under the Influence of rising corn
prices. Trading on Its own merits has been
more or less suspended owing to the re
strictions of the Chicago board and the con
tinued uncertainties regarding the food bill
Crop advices over both the Winter and
Spring sections have been of such a favor
able character as to lead to increasing
yield estimates, which may now be placed
at 700.000,000 bushels; and the Canadian
prospects are also good. Europe Is await
lng the movement of supplies from Argen
tina, Australia and India, but the trans
portation question is still perplexing owing
to scarcity of tonnage,
Terminal receipts in cars were reported
Yy the Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay.
Portland Tues. .
Pe.uron to date.,
Tnconiii Mon.. . ,
Season to date. .
Season to date.
IVOKI.D'S GOI-l Orri'l'T 13 SMALLER
. 2 1
8 2 2
7 3.1 20 31
5:t 7 64 c:i 3
V.'.l T ..7
:n ' 7
&7 5 7
4 r. r
, 14 .. . . it r in
'JS 3 20 22 2ii
173 1 03 26 40
Better Crop Outlook and Easier
3Ioney Are Among Leading Fac
tors Heavy Dealings in
Liberty Bonds at Par.
Fruits and Vegetables. -
Local Jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL. FRUITS--Oranges. Valencia.
lemons, $i 6.7G per box; bananas.
He per pound; grapefruit, 92.75 7.00.
VEGETABLES Artichokes. 80c per doz.;
omatoei, $l.f0'rzl.S5 perforate; cabbage.
2 2Jic per pound: lettuce, 35i?40c per
dozen; cucumbers, 45 ft 90c per dozen; pep
pers, 30p40c per pound : rhubarb. 2 2 JAc
per pound; peas, 34ix5c per pound; spinach.
bc per pound; beans, vtic per pound.
POTATOES New California. 3 la W 4c per
ONIONS Bermuda, yellow, $1; white, I
per crate; red, 91.35.
GREEN FRUITS Strawberries, $2 02.25
per crate; cherries. o'S12c per pound; apri
cots, l.r0fi 1.75; cantaloupes, fl2.75 per
crate ; peaches, 90c ? $l.2o per box ; water
melons, 2&f-f3e per pound; apples, S2&2.23;
plums, Sl.tfOUS: currants. $1.50 & 1.72 : rasn-
berri.es, 91.73(32; plums, $2.10. ,
Dairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER Cubes, extras. 3614c: prime
firsts, 3tfc Jobbing prices: Prints, extras,
3Sc; canons, lc extra; butterfat. No. 1, 38c;
No. 2. 36c.
CHEESE Jobbers' buying prices, f. o. b.
dock, Portland; Tillamook triplets, 23c;
Young Americas. 24c per pound; longhoms.
Coos ana Curry, r. o. b. Myrtle Point;
Triplets, 22c; Young Americas, 2334c per
pound: longhorns, 2334c per pound.
ECfCtS Oregon ranch, current receipts,
1 ii 3-c per dozen : Oregon ranch, selects.
34c per dozen.
POULTRY Hens. 1517o per pound:
broilers, lS20c; turkeys, 20c; ducks, old.
loc; young, 20 ?f 22c; geese, 10 12c.
VEAL francy. l-lwloC per pound.
PORK Fancy, lutou.c per pound.
Local Jobbing quotations:
SUGAR Fruit and berry, $3.50: Honolulu
plantation, S8.45; beet, $8.30; extra C, $S.10;
powdered, in barrels $U.03 ; cubes, in bar
SALMON Columbia River 1-pound tails,
!.75 per dozen: one-half flats, $1.83; one-
pound flats. S3.
HONBY Choice, 933.25 per case.
NUTS Walnuts, 13&22c; Brazil nuts.
21c; filberts, 22c: almonds, 19T20c; peanuts,
10c; cocoanuts, $1.10 per dozen; pecans,
BEANfl California, small white. 17c:
large white, lOVsc; Li mas. 17c; bayous.
134c: pink, 14c.
COFFEE Roasted, In drums, 1725c.
SAIT Granulated, $17.23 per ton ; half-
ground, 100s, 12.40 Pr ton; 50s, 913.13 per
ton; dairy, 91(20 per ton.
RICE Southern head, 9tt9'o per pound:
blue rose, 8Mrc: Japan style, 7H7c.
DRIED FRUIT Apples. JL'Msc; peaches.
lOflillc; prunes, Italian, lo M. fij, 12 c ; raisins.
K5c$$3 per box: dates, fard, 92.5093 per
box; currants, a:c: iigs. &'&z.itv per uox.
NEW YORK. July 10. Various develop
ments contributed to the improved tone of
today's broad and active market, extreme
gains of 2 to 3 points in numerous issues
being fully retained at the close.
The better cop outlook. Increasing recog
nition of benefits to the railroads from re
cent rate concessions and further declines
in time and call money were factors of more I $14.6014.90.
1'rd nrtrpa verA aa follows:
Steers, prime 1 $ 8.50?rlO.OO
Steers, good 8.0O 8 23
Steers, medium 7.30 0 7.73
Cows, choice 7.00 6r 7.73
Cows, medium to good 6 .wrft 7.00
Cows, ordinary to fair fi.0o 00
Heirers ... fc s.uuw u
Bulls cooked 7 00
Calves 7.30(9 0.30
Light and heavy packing 15.R3iJTie.10
figs ana skips . i,i vvq law
Stock hogs 12.3013.30
Roujh heavies . 14.7 15. uu
Wethers S OO'd) uu
Ewes O.OUp b.00
Omaha Livestoclc Marlcet.
OMAHA. July 10. Hoga Receipts. 13,000,
market 13 to 20c lower. Heavy, $14.80
13.20; mixed. $14.30 14.83; light, $14.33
14.00: pigs, $12.30 14.30; bulk of sales.
CORN MAKES WIDEST GAIN
For Use in France or Belgium
NEW FIVE-FRANC NOTES OF THE BANK OF FRANCE
Negotiable in France and Belgium.
$1 PER NOTE
An excellent method of sending small remittances to friends overseas.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
PORTLAND BRANCH, CORNER SECOND AND STARK STREETS
K. C. M ALP AS, aianager.
than passing importance.
"Washington advices, which pointed to an
early solution of the war tax and profit
problems, and the continued success of the
allies' movement on the eastern war front
also helped to stimulate speculative senti
These favorable augur'.ts were neutralized
In a measure by unofficial reports of an
other Federal bond issue In the near fu
ture, and a reduction of over 300,000 tons
in unfilled orders of th United States Steel
Corporation for June.
Rails were active at advances of 1 to 3
points, St. Paul common and preferred, th
Pacifies j.nd coalers showing greatest
strength. Low-grade carriers later joined
in the movement
United States Steel made gross gain of
2 points from its low price of the morn
ing, and Bethlehem, Crucible and Lacka
wana Steels and Republic Iron & Steel ad
vanced Hi to 3 points with other equip
raents. the shippings and motors.
Metals moved irregular most of the time
and specialties, particularly Industrial Al
.cohol and tobaccos, reflected the greater ac
tlvity of pools. Alcohol rose 5V points to
137; American Sumatra Tobacco 3 points;
American Tobacco, 3; United Cigar Stores,
4. and Tobacco Products, 2. Sales, 075,000
Heavy dealings In liberty 3Hs. all the big
individual lots selling at par. was the out
standing feature of the firm bond market.
Total sales, par value, $4,200,000. United
Suites bones of olde- issues were unchanged.
Foreign exchange was featured by th
greater strnpth of francs and rubles.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Cattle Receipts, S300. steady to 10c high
er. Amative steers, $9.303) 13. 5o : cows and
heifers. $8910.2: Western steers, $8.75
11.73; Texas steers. $8& 10; cows and heifers.
$7.30S30; canners, $3.507.75; stockers
and feeders, $ti.30&9 .50; calves, $8.50 & 13.30;
buns, stags, etc.. 1 ft
Sheep Receipts. 750", slow to lower.
Yearlings, $10&12: wethers, $910; ewes.
SS3S.73; lam be, $1516.
Agreement to Vote on Food Control
Bill Comes Too Late to Have
Ertect on Wheat Mar
ket at Chicago.
German Chancellor said peace was far dis
tant had much, to uo with a general ad
vance which took place today In the value
of grain and provisions. Ket gains were:
Corn 2 '.o to 4-c; wheat, o to lc; oats.
He to 2c, and provisions, 17c to 50c
Although the corn market developed con
siderable strengtn before word was received
of the purported declaration by the German
hands with friends and Incidentally 1
hunting his old boyhood friends re
moved to the Northwest.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ross, of Echo,
Or., registered at the Multnomah, as did
T. A. Davis, of Seattle, Wash.
Miss M. P. Trowbridge, of Cleveland,
O., and Evelyn L. Calef, of Los Angeles,
are registered at the Multnomah.
O. C. Whitney, of Tacoma. secretary
of the Washington State Teachers
Association, is at the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Mowrey and
daughter are registered at the Portland,
as is Ed Holland, of Pullman, Wash.
Clarence Edmund Fettis, a leading
entire country west of the. Mississippi Ttlvr
nrt throughout the Soutlt. A storm or low-
pressure aiea lies over the Missouri aliy.
accompanied by showers at a few nlaces,
Anot hei low r s central over the M'ddla
tes, where the rain has been quit beiw.
the create t 24-hour amount being 2.0 J
athct at Buffalo. New 1 ork.
Portland and vicinity Fair and continued
warm. Moderate northerly winds.
Washington Fair; moderately westerly.
Idaho Fair; continued warm.
Oregon Fair; mcaerate westerly winds.
The Willamette Kivar at Portland will
fall slowly during the next three or four
day ALFRED K. THIKSSKN.
spokesman, prices began to soar In earnest I exporter, ship broker and forwarding
thereafter, and December registered a new I agent of New Orleans, is at the Benson.
high price record for the season, the market
finishing at the topmost point reached, un
welcome dry, hot weather in the Southwest
tended materially to handicap the bears,
and so, too, did a general sentiment that
the Government crop report had not proved
aa flattering in some important respects as
the trade was inclined to look for.
Virtual exhaustion of the contract stock
of oats here gave some independent strength
to the oats market. The bulge in corn val'
ues counted further as a stimulus. -
Wheat reflected the upward movement of
other grain. Later, however, something of
a setback was witnessed that seemed to be
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. July 10. Hogs Receipts, !,-
000; active, 15 to 20c under yesterday's av
erage. Bulk, $14.3013.40; light. $14fi
15.30; mixed, $14.20(5 13.60 ; heavy, $14-13&
13. H3; rough, $14.1314.35; pigs, $10.75
Oattle "Rerelnts. 8000. strong. Native oeer ie 10 reports or strenuous opposition to 1 Daseoail ciud oi me
cattle. $S.4014; stockers and feeders, $6.30 sundry features of the food control bill tn League registered for the week
j,iuxi.; 1 ti w wnaie. jews 01 tne smootning 01 tne
39.50 ; cows and heifers,
calves. SlOfi 14 50.
Sheep Receipts, Boon, steaoy. wetners.
$7.80 (tf 11; lambs. $1016.25.
NTCW YORK. Julv 10. Copper, oulet.
Electrolytic, spot and nearby, ain'Wc, nom-
In-jl Aiiimt :inri Inter. S.nUW H1C.
J ron firm. rso. - is,orinern, uJ.iu(aio.i.u.
Metal Exchange Quotes tin firm, tapot.
62 7.-.e bid.
The Metal Fxchange Quotes leaa quiet.
Knot. 1 1 V. e asked.
Spelter quiet. spot, juast bt. x-ouis un
Xecline in. American Production Offset:
Grain in Transvaal.
According to statistics published by the !
Financial Chronicle, the world's gold pro- i
ductlon In 1916 was valued at $43R,R0S,761,
as compared with $471.Kr.4.143 in 113, the
largest in history. In 1014 the output was
valued at $4-12,639.762. The world's total
gold, production amounted to 22.194,911 fine
ounces, as against 22.S23.013 ounces in 1913
and 21, 413, 70S ounces in 1914.
The world's production of gold, as esti
mated, records a decrease in 1916, notwith
standing that supplies from the Transvaal
were of greater magnitude than ever be
fore, and Rhodesia and Canada made greater
contributions to the general aggregate than
In the previous year, the former setting for
Itself a new high record and the latter get
ting closer to the totals exhibited In 1900
to 1902, inclusive, when the Yukon sprang
Into prominence and was almost hailed as a
coming rival to South Africa.
The fact of the matter Is that the decline
In production In the United States alone
during the year has been more than suf
ficient to offset the gains shown In Africa
and Canada; besides the decrease In yield
In Australasia also helped to offset the In
creases in the territory mentioned.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc
TTOPS 1916 crop. 3 6c per pound.
HIDKS Salted hides (23 pounds up), 20c;
salted stags pounds and up). 16c; frreen
and salted kip (L pounds to 25 pounds),
20c; green and salted calf skins (up to 15
pounds), 32c ; green hides (23 pounds and
tin. 13c: dry hides. 34c; dry calf. 40c; salt
hides, 20c; dry horse hides, $1(32.50; salt
horse hides. 3 5.
PELTS Dry long-wooled pelts, 37c; dry
short-woolcd pelts, 23c; dry sheep shearlings,
each, 15(&30c; salt sheep shearlings, each,
WOOL Eastern Oregon, fine, I8(g61c per
pound ; coarse, 58lo per pound; Valley,
72 'i 75c per pound.
M OHAI R 60 f?i 03c per pound.
CASCAKA BARK New, 7c; old. So per
TALLOW N'o. 1, 14c per pound.
GRAIN BAGS In car lots, 13 &o.
HAMS All sizes, choice. 28c; standard,
27c; skinned, 23k26c; picnics, 21c; cottage
LARD Tierce basis. kettle rendered.
23c ; standard pure, 22 '.c; compbund, 18c.
BACON Fancy. 3S40c; standard. 36 &
7c: choice, 2Sfi34c.
DRY SALT Short clear backs, 2427c;
exports, 20 & 2 c ; plates, 2.1 gJ 4c.
KEROPEXE Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons, lOc; casps, 18Vfc'&'22c.
GAfcOLlNE liulK, uc; cases, 29c;
naphtha, drums, 19 h c; cases, 2Sc; engine
istlllate, arums, ioc; cases, inc.
LINSEED OIL Haw, barrsls. $1.32; cases,
$1.39: boiled, barrels, $1.34; cass, $1.41.
TUttfii.MiA iu uiiKs, oic; in cases.
SPRING WHEAT NEEDS RAIN BADLY
I"all Grain In Ills Bend and Palouse Doing
The following special crop report was
received by W. C. Wilkes, assistant general
freight and passenger agent of the Spokane,
Portland & SratMe Hallway Company:
From W. G. Paine, A. G. F. and P. A.,
S. I. & S. Ry., Spokane:
"Very warm yesterday, last night and this
morning. Maximum 94, minimum 56. Fore
cast, cooler tonight; Tuesday, fair No rain
In Ripht. Spring grain needing rain badly
in Bipr Bend and Palouse. Some signs of
shriveling. Fait grain doing fairly well al
over territory. Peas and potatoes fair. Car-
den ;orti. Cutting first crop timothy and
alfalfa in Colvllle. Good quality. Harvest
will be one month late. Farmers more
cheerful over crop prospects than labor sup
ply. Scarcity of labor at present may be
come pronounced account shorter harvest
period necessitating more crews."
NEW rOTATOES ARE MORE PLENTIFUL
Oregons Being Sold by Growers to Retailers
at 3 Cents.
Front street was liberally stocked with
every line of fruits and vegetables yester
day and the dtmand was fairly good. Prices
were generally steady.
New Oregon potatoes are coming on the
market in larger quantities and growers are
relMng ihevn to the stores at 3 cents. New
Callfornias are quoted on the street ar 3Vj
Kaspberrles were more plentiful and
brought $1.73 IT 2. A few loganberries were
received at.d sold at $2. Strawberries were
scarce and firm at $2& 2.25.
Cantaloupes .-ind California deciduous fruits
were unchanged in vrico
Egg Market Is Advancing:.
Th egg market was firmer with sales
on the street at- 31 'a 32 cents, case count,
and 31 cents candled.
There was a good shipping demand for
butter, which was quoted firm at 30 cents
Cheeve continues weak and is selllnr a
lower prices on the Sound than here.
Poultry was In good demand and dressed
meats were also firm.
Rain Needed in Polk County.
DALLAS, July 10. (Special.) Unless
k heavy Tain comes within the next ten days
much of the late-sown Spring grain in Pol
" and adjoining counties will not be
enough to cut. All crops are badly In need
of moisture. Unless thorough cultivation Is
practiced with ail row crops or rain falls
Am Beet Sugar-
Am Car & Fdry.
-A m Sm & Rpf g..
Am Sug Refg. . . .
Am Tel & Tel. . .
Am Z L & S
A G A W I S S L.
B A- S Copper
Canadian Paclf. ,
Central T.eath. . .
cho Ohio. . . .
chi Mil & St P. ..
Chi & N TV ,
C H I P effs. .. .
f'hlno Copper. . .
Colo Fu & Iron.,
orn Prod Rfg.
"rneihle Stno . . .
Cuba Cane Suit..
Plst Securities. .
(ienral Motors. .
Ot Nor pfd
Gt Xor Ore ct fs.
Tnt M M pfd
K C Sou t hern . . .
Louis Jk Nash . . .
Miami Conppr. ..
N Y N H & K
Pae Tel & T . . .
Pittsburg Coal. .
nv Consol Cop.
Ron Ir & Stepl . . .
Shat Ariz cop. . .
otittifr? ''qclf . .
Southern Ry . . . .
Texas Co. ex-rts.
Jon Pacific . . .
S Tnd Alcohol.
2. 5 DO
2. " OO
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SAN FRANCISCO PBODt'CE MARKET
Prices Current on Butter, Eggs, Fruit, Vege
tables, Etc., at Bay City.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 10. Butter Fresh
extras, iltc; prime firsts. She.
Eggs Fresh extras, 34c; fresh firsts.
33c; fresh extra pullets, 32c; extra first
Cheese New firsts, lSvfcc; Toune Amer
Poultry TTens, 24 w 23c: roosters. 13 14c:
fryers, 2S -& 2'Jc; broilers. 31c; squabs. $2.25
vp A I pigeons, $1.0 & 1. 1 ; geese, la420c;
UCKS, 1-tf'l' ISC.
Vegetables Okra, SO'!? 73c; Summer
squash, small lug. 73cjr$l ; egg plant. 10
'13c; bell peppers, 1 ftljc; chile. 10
12'c; peas, $2.232.75; tomatoes, Merced,
Ca fSSc ; green corn, 52. 7T. f-i :j ; on ions, green.
30 73c ; cucumbers. 83 WUc ; beans, wax.
b i( lOc ; string, t luc; garlic, 3 4 Vi c.
Potatoes -Aeff, 1 u - U c; sweet potatoes,
Fruits Pears, Co ft sue; cantaloupes, $1.23
(fil.73; watermelons, 2'i 3c; currants, $3
U 0 ; peaches. to (tt &oc ; piuins, 1 uc u .
pricots. bOcxSl; cherries, boCul; life's. 1
t$l.0U; raspberries, $3'a7; blackberries.
(11 b : logiLn berries. t j.oU ; goose Oerrles.
ftiTc; lemons, ; grapefruit, 34; oranges
$;.2 -.;. 10' bananas, $ 1 ; pineapples,
$1.30112: ippi'-s. green, Wu'i 3c.
Hay Wheat. $20'a2i; wheat and oat. $17
& li; tume oat, $lS(j li; barley, $14 10
alfalfa. $i:;a 10: barley straw, S1&1.10.
Flour $l2.20fff 12. OO.
Receipts Flour. 0910 quarters; barley,
300' centals; beans. 120 sacks; potatoes. 7u0
cks ; onions, 4 'JO sacks ; hay, 2U7 tons :
UiUes, bio; wine. aJ'.-W gallons.
Tlnlntti 1.1n.ed Market.
TTIT.TTTH. Julv 10. Linseed on track nfl Sept. .
irrlve, $2.R2'i: arrive In octooer, i.ti;
October, ?2.8'A; July. wpiemoer, JulT
Van Riirnr Market.
. . ... .-. I Julv
NEW YUKK, JUiy i ' ftaw M8.r, uii. I .
Centrifugal. 6.3c; molasses. S.450. KeUneq, I r
steady; Xine granulated, 7.50I&OC.
Chlrnsn Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO. July JO. Butter Hllher.
Creamery, 34'a .tSc.
ss Receipts. Ii.isb cases.
NEW YORK. July 10. Cotton Spot, qulst.
Dried Fruit at New Tork.
NEW YORK. July 10. Evaporated apples
steady. Peaches, qutet.
way tor the measure did not arrive until
after wheat trading was ended for the day.
Provisions rose with corn. Lower quota
tions on hofrs had a depressing influence at
tne outset, nut not of a lasting character,
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Tulr $2.03 $2.01
Pert. l.fi4Vi l.r.7'4
UCC ...... X.IO I.Lb
July 41 .07
54 V4 ..15 14
t2 03 V4
40.30 40.03 40.27
20.B0 21.15 20.BO 21.10
21.0T 21.40 21.0T 21.32
21.07 21.63 21.57 21.1)2
red and 2 and 3
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
1 ' '4
n poo no 14
11 000 D2 14
2 noo 2.1
1 joo 0314
2 000 24
2.R0O l3r, '4
U S Steel 171,300 1211114
r!o pfl 400 11
rah Conner 3.200 mti
Wabush p'rlB... .'.OO 20
Western Tnion. . 300 P.314
Westing Klect. .. 2.0tO 50 14
Total sales ror the day. 010,000 shares,
U S ref 2s reg..7 IXor Pac Ss 624
do coupon . V'TiFac T & T OS.. 0714
U s 3s ret !isi;Pa con 4"4s loi
do coupon p ref 4s 8514
U s 4s reg lOIVi'U P 4s HI 14
do coupon ...'KjHJ P cv 4s
Atch gen 4s S UK Steel Bs 104 '4
I) & R G ref Ss 5.1 Is P cv r,s Jiss4
N Y C deb Cs. .104 tAnelo-Fr 5s .... 0314
Nor Pac 4s .... &7 Vs I
1 .12 14
rnwr.RR To Mr. and Mrs. Fred T.
Fowler. 151B MilwaUkle street. May 31,
HUCHPELUT TO Atr. ana .iirs. samnei
Hoclifeldt, ii'ji Clay street, June a aaugn
KAPOR To Mr. and Mrs. Pamuel A. Ka
por, 20S Nineteeuth street rsortn, July o.
ri.-t nirh I er
K 1 . k k v To Mr. and Mrs. Josepn i .
Rickey. 560 Quimby street, June 20. a daugh
IJ'ARCY To Mr. and Mrs. Francis P.
D"Arcy. 41Ti Kast Eleventh street North,
.luTv 1. a dauchter.
SHEEDT To Mr. and Mrs. Herman
Sheely. 54U14 Kearney street, June 27,
DOWNEY To Mr. and Mrs. James P.
Downey. 045 East Fifty-seventh street North,
July o, a daughter.
CLARK To Mr. and Mrs. Stanley G.
Clark. Lents. Or.. June 29. a daUKhter.
K1RKFATKICK To Mr. ana airs, rjrn
est Kirkpatrlck. 1503 East Tenth street,
OSTEON To Mr. and Mrs. Henry B. ost-
lon. St. Vincent's rlosDital. Julv a son
MUELLER To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Otto
Mueller. 25 Buchtel avenue, June 25, a son.
VETCH To Mr. and Mrs. Andrew vetch,
o50 Manle street. June 30. a son.
SLETTEN To Mr. and Mrs. O. O. Blet-
ten. Claypool Apartments, June 30, a son.
KirstJ To Mr. and Mrs. ueorse A. is.Lnjr.
SO East Thirtieth street, June 30, a daugh
CARL To Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Carl,
127 Porter. June 27. a daughter.
Ll"-vvi5 To Mr. and Mrs. William Lewis.
5S17 Fifty-secoiid street Southeast, June 29,
WILSON To Mr. and Mrs. O. C. Wilson.
.44 v, eDster. June .jo. a son.
ERZ To Mr. and Mrs. Milton Erz. 1200
Maryland avenue, June 2i, a sen.
Cash prices were:
Wheat Nos. '2 and 3
Corn No. 2 yellow. 1.R3W1.S6'4 : No. 3
yellow. ii.su9ti.0H: No. 4 yellow. SI. 85.
oats ro. ti white. 7Jui3!-.ic: standard.
73 Y 73 lie.
Barley si. 15 e 1.40.
Timothy S4fi 7.00.
Clover Sl u 17.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 10. Wheat, July.
$2.LMV4; September. S1.00!i. Cash: No. 1
hard. S2.4.1W fti 2.5014 : No. 1 Northern,
Sli.3514 4j 2.4514 ; No. 2 Northern,
Flax. S2.70U HJ2.8414.
Barley, S1.15'a 1.50.
Eastern Cash CSraln 3Iarkets.
ST. LOUIS. July TO. Cash wheat No.
Northern, 9.102.22. new.
OMAHA, July 10. Sample wheat, $2.13.
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 10. Spot quota
tlons Bluestem, S3.85Sr3.0O; Turkey red.
f3.u04; red Russian. 13.0.1 o 3.7.1 ; feed bar-
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Milner, of Ash
land, Or., and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Mo
Clure, of Bay City, Or., are at the Per
Miss Lillian Brown, of Garfield
County, "Washington, la among the
rural teachers attending the conven
Cora E. Piatt, of Corvallis, Or., and
Helen M. Peer, also of the Oregon As;rt
cultural College, are registered at the
Jerry Downs and his Ran Francisco
Mr. and Mrs. Parker, of Riverside,
Cal., and Miss Elsie Parker, of Los An
geles, are spending a lew days at the
Marjorie Eller and Dorothy Church
111, of San Francisco, are at the Imperial
after having driven by automobile from
William Bruce. Jr.. editor of the
American School Board Journal, Is one
of the enthusiastic participants In the
Wnllpr "R Trail cf Ran Prnnclsco: T.
G. Cruikshank, of Hood River, Or, and
at the Cornelius.
Several members of the Portland
baseball team, including Kenneth Wil
liams and Kenneth Penner, have signed
the Cornelius register.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben 'W. Johnson, of
Seattle, are registered at the Campbell
Mr. Johnson is supervisor of manual
arts in the Seattle schools.
Leota L. "Wilson, Vivian Carr, Velma
Wilson; Thelma James, Rachel Hunt
ington and Mattie S. Carr, all from
Yoncalla, Or., are at the Seward.
G. "W. Harner, of Bend. Or.; V. L.
Pratt, of Lansing. Mich.; Jay Egner, of
Centralia, and Lee A. Thomas, of Bend
Or., are at the Imperial for the week.
Miss L. M. Page, of San Rafael, Cal.
Marine McKnight. Gladys McKnight
and Edna McKnight, all or Albany, or
are spending the week at the Portland.
Mrs. S. P. Rohde registered at the
Oregon from New York City, and while
here she is taking in the annual N. E.
A. Convention at the Multnomaii Hotel.
Mrs. Arthur Gunn. of Wenatchee,
Wash., is among the prominent women
interested In the patrons acparimeni
attending the convention. Mrs. Gunn
has two daughters, wno are teacueia,
in attendance at the convention here.
"William B. Ittner. school architect.
St. Louis, prominent speaker before tne
department of school administration,
To A. c-trtT! x l
-X47 W, jiiauiu
North Beach -
leaves Alnsworth "Dock dally, except
Sunday, at S P. M. ; returning leaves
k Astoria at 7 A. M. aaity, except nun-
iay. Tickets, etc.. at the dock, or 1
CTY TICKET OFFICE 1 , ,
3rd & Washington )mt A
hJK Beth Phones JtegzAMZl
Wm.sicniiirrif asm? i-.iiyrs'i'i .
ley. $l!.05. white oats. fj.G&2.30: bran, iias arrived to attend the convention.
35 5034; mlddlines. iot4l; ahorta. 33 ThQ local chapter of the American In-
Coffeo Futures Higher.
XEW YORK. July 30. An opening fld
vance of 2 to 4 points in the coffee futures
market -was again attributed to scattered
covering: inspired by the most hopeful view
of peace possibilities. Buying1, however, was
restricted by reports of a slightly easier tone
In the coat and freight market and aftei
llingr at i.NSr, early December contracts
eased off to 7.8."c under realizing. The mar
ket closed net unchanged to 3 points higher.
Sales July. 7.S3c; Aupust, 7.:c; Sep
tember, 7.74c; October. 7.7Sc; November,
7.S3c: December. 7.Sic; January, 7.!'Jc: Feb-
ruarv, 7.ittc; March, S.Qlc; April, S.OGc; May,
S-llc; June. 8.16c.
Hpot. dull; pantos 4s, lOc. It was reported
hat Rio 7a had sold at 8.00c in the cost
knd freight market, American credits. Offers
of Santos grades were said to be held at
about yesterday's prices.
The official cables reported an advance
of 75 reis at Rio. Santos spots were un
chanped and futures unchanged to 75 reis
Mining Stocks at Boston.
BOPTON, July 10. Closing quotations:
Ariz Com 13 INip Mines TH
Calu & Hecla. . .5:;5 Old Dom Tift
Cop R Con WOiDsceola PS
E Butte 3'' '.Julncy SO
ranklln Vbhannon 8
jranby Con .... (Superior 7
fsle Royalle 80 Sup & Cos 4H
Kerr .Lake .... -JVs'Ctah Con
Iake Coo 11 ftinona 3
Mohawk 81 4 'Wolverine 44Y3
Money, Eschange, Ktc.
TCETV YORK, July 10. Mercantile paper,
4 5 per cent.
Sterling. 60-day bills. $4.72; commercial
60-day bills on banks, $4.71 ; commercial
0O-day bills. $4.71 M; demand, $4.75 0-1G;
cab'es. $4.76 7-16. Francs, demand, 5.724;
cables. 5.71 Guilders, 41 3-16: cables.
4 1 r-16. J.ires, demand, 7.21 ; cables, 7.0.
Rubles, demand, ti-t1; cables, L3.
liar silver, 790.
Mexican dollars, 2 Vz e.
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds.
Time loans, easier; 60 and J0 days, 444
per cent; eix montns, 4ri4 per cent.
Call money, easier; high, 2 per cent;
low, 'j s. per cent; ruiinff rate, per cent
last loan. 24 per cent; closing bid, 2 per
mni, uiiereu ell vb I'tr t Biit.
LONDON, July 10. Bar silver, 40 5-16d
Money, 3U ffl4 per cent.
Discount rates, short bills. 4 per cent
three months bills, 4 13-16 per cent.
Stocks Dull at London.
LONDON. July 10. American securities
were dull on the Ftock Exchange today.
at the Washington.
Niete. 82. Pearl Owlnes. of Dallas. Or., is vlslt-
ureKon Yacht fiuo. ana iyuia .uammeier, i ing- at the Cornelius.
legal, cast iKnipnin BLrcvi.
GODNER-BROWN Ransom Uodner, 26,
North Twenty-third, and Nellie Brown,
10. same address.
JAXTHEIMER-RUPPB T. C. Jaxthelmer,
Cordova Hotel, and Bernlce Ruppe, 29,
774 East Stanton.
MUIR-BARBUR R. L. Mulr. leeai. till
East Alder, and Lela Barbur, legal, 784
NEWBOLD-KEISSMJTG John A. Nw-
bold, lepal, fS6 Mary street, and As:nea
iveiBgling, legal, same aauress.
Vancouver Marriaire Ucensea.
AT.I.EN.REIMANN Claude Allen. 23. of i thA Tmnrinl from Snlrr) nv
land. 1 - -
CAHlLL-CAHiLi jonn w . a mil, z , oil wasningLon irom neno, iev.
Portland, and Mrs. iiazel caruil. or -ort- t W R11 and famllv rPistArAil from
SAVANNAH. July 10. Turpentine firm.
36; sales, 44 barrels; receipts. 7fl0 barrels;
shipments, 414 barrels; stock, 23.",i4 barrels.
Rosin, firm. Pales. iua narreis; receipts.
3014 barrels: shipments. lliU barrels; stock.
7:,.,360 barrels. Quote A. B. $565.10; C. J
$5.05: 5.10; E. $5.10: F, 5.10J 5.1ft : G. $5.10
t.5.15: H. $5.10 5 2o; I. $5.135.20; K,
$5.2(1 rn 5.50; M, $5.60 n 5.60; N, $6.40; W'G,
$0.500 6.65; "WW. $6.75.
Decrenwe In Lard Storaice.
WASHINGTON, July 10. Figures made
public todav at the Department of Agri
culture show that there was 10.8 per cent
lees lard in storage on July 1 this year
than at the same timo a year ago. An
earlier statement erroneously recorded this
year's stock ot &5,07.0u0 pounds as a de
crease of 47.2 per cent.
Unfilled Steel Orders Decrease.
NEW YORK. July 10. The unfilled ton
nage of the t'nlted States Steel Corporation
on June :o. iw. whs w.asa.zjm tuns, a de
crease of ro;t.304 tons compared with the
figures for May 31. according to the monthly
statement issued today.
ALL LINES ARE STEADY
XO FIUJHEU ADVANCES AT LOCAL
Only Five Loads Are Received for
Day Balk of Cattle Offered'
Only five loads were received at th
yards yesterday, but some stock wan car
ned over from Monday and there was
fair degTee of activity. The market In gen
eral was steady at the rang-e of prices es
tablishe.1 on the preceding dry. The larger
part of the cattle offered were of medium
grade and eold accordingly. For hogs
Slo.M) was the best price paid.
Receipts were 54 c:.ttle. it75 hogs and 57
sheep. Shippers werT: C Scully, lone,
cars cattle; T. A. Spencer. Red Bluff. Cal,
2 cars hugs; G. W. Ayer, Salem, 1 car hogs.
The day's pales were as follows:
Wt. Price.! Wt. Price.
r.40 S...o") 7 lembs. r4 $ .oo
u,u" 41 lambs. 1
816 6.25, steers. . ss
fOO 6 2.".! 21) steers.. 874
610 4.0u 2atecra.. 1043
Call board Barley. December, $1.93 'A bid,
$l.D5 asked; May, $2.90 asked.
Puget Sound Grain Markets.
SEATTLE, July 10. Cash markets were
resumed today. Prices show a decrease of
10c since the close of bidding on June 2.
Today's quotations were: Bluestem, $2.10;
Turkey rod, $2.10: fortyfold, $2.00; club.
$2.08; fife, $2.03; red Russian, $2,07. Bar
ley, $41 per ton.
Yesterdays car receipts: Wheat 9, oats
5, corn 1, nay o, flour 4.
TACOMA, July 10. Wheat, no quotations.
(jar receipts: vvneat 4. corn 1, oats
stituto of Architecture is arranging
luncheon in his honor.
Prominent In the Colorado party are
J G. Crabbe, president or the totaie
Normal School, Greeley; E. C. Hatch,
editor Colorado School Journal, Den
ver; Emllv Griffith, principal Denver
Opportunity School; Mary D. Adkisson.
Denver, and l-l. a. omit", bcwci.w
Colorado Education Association.
it tnhntnn And Davis, well-
known school men of Walla Walla
County, motored to the convention, ar
riving Monday. Mr. Davis is uperin-
Johnson la the retiring superintendent
Walla Walla uouniy
(Without Change En Rente)
S. S. ROSE CITY
anil, Pmm A In. worth Dnfk
S 1 M. MONDAY JIL1 16.
100 Golden Mile, on
All Kate, lnclnd.
Berth, and Meala.
Table and Servic
The San Franrtoeo Portland S. S. C.
Third and AVaahlncton atreet. (with
O.-W. B. K. Co.). Xel. Bniadw .00,
TRIP TO THE SEASHORE
R. C. Frock, of Aberdeen. Wash., Is at
Sara E. Snell. of Brookllne, Minn.. Is M. Johnston, professor of romance ian
Sirs. J. B. DuBois, of McMInnvllle, Or,
Is at the Washington.
R. W. Tavenner, of Independence,
Or., Is at the Imperial.
A. r. Collins registered at the Carlton
from Bremerton, wash.
Judge William T. Daren Is spending a-
few days at the rvortonia.
H. L. Douglas, of White Salmon.
Wash., is at the Tsortonia.
Governor Withycombe registered at
. of Portland, and Cora B". frank. 1U. of
T.V.Ci FRIED Wreclt two-story frame re.
idence. 251 Sixth street, between Main and
Madison; U. K. & Kose t-lty wrecains om
nv rnnfrnnnrs: 100.
blittKA Alter one-ana-OTic-naii-Biwrj
frame residence. 492 East Twenty-ninth
Toledo, Wash., at the Carlton.
Dr. and Mrs. Watson and daughter
are registered at the Perkins.
County Superintendent H. R. Cox, of
Tacoma, is at the INew facott.
Mr. and Mrs. John K. Anderson, of La
Grande, Or., are at the -Imperial.
Mrs. Olive Darby registered at the
. . , . rMai-lrstnn city
The following are recent ""7
from the state or uamor.i.s.
" ' . TTnlv.raitv:
George H. Jensen Superintendent of
Schools. Stockton: James A. Barr. as
"""B"V""acVrar,ciSco: M. E. Daly.
ciiu.ii.uu, Vnrm,i School. San
?"r:AlbertlShielS. Superintendent of
Schools, Los Angeles.
DAIIE METEOROI-OCIAIi BEPOBT.
,ttt i-v-n Tulv 10 Matlmiim temper
ifncV September 1. iKVTiehST
mal r.Tintall fln5" .""'in", September 1.
hours. SO minuxes, ""'"rer"(reduced to
Ur?;J; Ttns P M.f 30 08 mclies. KelaUve
humidity noon, 48 per cent,
Season round trip, dally, $4. Splendid
river scenery; salmon fisheries; historia
Astoria. Limited leaves 8:45 A. M.t
evening express 6:30 P. M., Saturday
Special 2 P. SI. Tickets at station.
10th. and Iloyt, City Ticket Office, Stl
THE NORTH BANK ROAD,
street, between Division ana Clinton; rea i w asmngxon irom romeroy, vvasn.
L. Mills, builder; 4oo ... Mrs. Iin TJe Yarmond is eoendinor a I
Dl ll'Tl A V I THI S;'!' fi t M A llpr I " I
two-storv brirk ordinary torea anfl of- hiuulii a. x--wjicj a .vuuuui.a.ij. xxwiiiw.
flees. fe24 Third street, between Stark and County Superintendent O. C. Gobs, of
w f PHASK Krect one-
woodBhed. lGuO East Willow street, between ;
Sixtieth and six ty-n rst ; Duimer, same: ?-ta.
SHELL, HJMrAR X UP vJALlf UKIN 1 A
Move one-story frame gasoline service sta
tion, 57 Knit Burnsiae, between iwenty-
sixth and Twenty -eighth; contractor, same:
WALLACE KILLI0N" Erect one-Btory
frame residence, on Hart man street, be
tween Charleston ana uruiJuuanK; outiaer,
am; 1": ... nerlaL
H, , UAnU.M!.K erect one-eiory irnrni i '
rarae. 1011 Mississippi, oetween um'
boldt and Blandena; builder, same; $ f.
F. wjamaukaai erect one-story irami
shack. T09 Fifty-ninth avenue, between
Sixty-seventh and Sixty-eighth; builder,
MLLTiNUMAM ATMLL 1 Iu O V. reel
bleachers on Morrison, between Chapman
nd Stout: E. C Uahi. outirter; j-'unu.
CITY OF PORTLAND Kepair six-story
fireproof steel frame police station on Oak,
between Second and Third; H. V. Johns
Manville Company, contractors; $1000.
l) H GEOKGn rc. FEASt tteoair two-
story frame residence, 730 Talbot road, be
tween ratton roaa ana Aiouniaia uuuie
vurd ; M. W. Lorenz. builder: $400.
CARRIE ME A TURMiK fc.rect one-story
frane residence. 1198 East Flanders, be- i
tween Forty-first and Forty-second; 11. A. !
Askwith. builder; $o0in.
It. H. torkk i fcirect one-story rrame
residence, 33 Merkle Place, between East
Couch and East Burnside. H. A, Ask with.
lis. r w ak i p rtepair i ramo resiaence.
2T Eaat Eighteenth, between Ash and Pine;
W. F. Bryan, builder; t0.
B. EDLEFSON Repair one -story frame
warehouse, on railroad, between Lewis and
Albina avenue; Walter R. Tuorne, builder;
M RS. HARRINHTON Repair two-Btory
frame residence, 4'7t East Davis, between
Xinth and Tenth; Thomas Downing;, builder;
E. C. GUNTHER Repair one-and-one-half
-story frame residence. 3."4 Lincoln
street, between Broadway and Park; C. B.
Lehniann, builder; $200.
HENRY DAVIS Kepair one-Btory frame
residence. H illsdale road, Hewitt station;
buiider, same; $2oo.
!r";rfrr Olympia, is registered at the Benson.
iri. d. xjyiie, oi oaiciii, ur., is at me
Seward, as is M. J. Regan, of San Fran
B. H. "Wolfle, principal of the Brem
erton High School, is among the dele
gates. County Superintendent Leila H.
Hinshaw, of Goldendale. Is at the Im-
Phone your want ads to The Oregro
nian. Main 7070, A 60S3,
John Roth, of Fresno, Cal., and J. N.
Scoggins, of Colusa, CaL, are at the
R. B. "Wales, of Spokane, registered
at the Portland, as did H. H. Stuar-t,
of Seattle, "Wash.
Miss Mary A. Grupe. of the Ellena-burg-
Normal School, is registered at
the Portland Hotel.
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Smith, of Aber
deen. Wash., are registered for the
week at the Oregon.
V. H. Street, of Aberdeen, "Wash., Is
at the Multnomah, as is Joseph J. ICel-
ley, of New York City.
S. G. Sargent, of Salem, Or., and J. J.
MacKentosh, of Seattle, Wash., are reg
istered at the Nortonia.
C. K. Jones, of Salem, Or., and J. M.
Powers, of Corvallis. Or., are spending
a few days at the Carlton.
R. O. Severns, of Eugene, Or., and A.
R. Cummings, of Canby, Or., are at the
Perkins on business trips.
Superintendent Thomas Geisness, of
Clallam County, is attending the con
vention from Port Angeles.
Superintendent Belva Ball, of Gar
field County, Washington, is among the
delegates to the N. 13. A.
N. E. Durham, County Superintend
ent of King County, Washington, Is
registered at the Broadway.
George E. Farrell. assistant boys and
girls club work. Department of Agrl-
iturc, i asningion, u, is suamns
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Kansas City. .
Phoenix - -Pocatello
St. l.ouis . . .
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(iino 0.0O 10 NWjClear
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X. K. A. weelc
roKTLAND TO SAN FRANCISCO
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Cal. Etr. Express leave, 0:30 A. M.: ar
rtv. San Francisco 3:30 next day. Ona
way fares. . J 12.00, tli, 1J.S0. t-0.
UUDXU XB1J. 3.
North Bank, Sth and Stark.
( station, loth and llnyt.
J Sd and Mor., N. 1. Uy.
1 S18 Wash.. G. N. Hr.
I too 3d, UurliiiKtoD By.
Independent S. S. Co.
San Francisco $10.00
Coos Bay $7.00
First-Class Mento and Bertlk
S- S. BREAKWATER
6 P. MU FRIDAY, JULY 13
North Pacific S. S. Dock.
Vk'ear Broadwnr Bridpre and
12-4 Tbirl St. I-t. VanhinKtoa
Fhonei, Broadway 5-0, A. 5422.
f.o' 60 0.001 . .isw
62 MO.P'J)-. - SE Cloudy
Ml 78 O.UD'l N'WlOlear
Ketchikan, Trang-el. Jonean. Douglas,
Haines, ttkacway. Cordova, Valdsx. Ml
ard and Am. bor.se.
Via Seattle or San Francisco to Lot An
(lea and an Dleffo. i-argrest ahips. un
qualcd aervlc. low ratva, lacludlns
gaeala and b art ha
For particulars apply or talephona
PACU IC STEAMSHIP COMPAM,
Tko Admiral adoe.
Main 16, Homo A It4 Third St.
Conmss; tiniMMi. Tansatuwticui
I ji,iss, Mtal rriw I
NEW TOKK BOBDEAUX PAB13
Direct Kout. to tbo Continent.
WKEaLI DEl'ARtl KKJ(
Vor Ail skarUcolars laqai,
Fsiirmsl Urus., i tc knmi Auu. iu Caarra
at4 LoMllle, jr Aajr t4iii.i a s,llts.
w-, v. t,,n . rmdaal drift eastward
of all the barometric eoiirtltionH durlnjr the
last "4 hours. The pressure over the Rocky
xtn,Qin recrfnn has increased decidedly.
accompanied by fair weather with higher 1
temperatures. Anoinrr iiiuii-iiium
i, over the lakes, while still snother of
fft-ftater Intensity in charted off the North
Pacific Comi. This hlprli i Rivinn th, pres
ent fair weather over the Northwest, acoom-
. ..i . . r. . r olfiea 9 n fi t e m Ie m ru IM kb.)V I
normal! "witicu are indeed general over the or local .leauioliip oud railroad aseucies.
NEW ZEALAND AND HOCTH SEAS
Via Tahiti and Karotonga. Mail and passen
ger servic, from San Francisco every 29
VXIOS S. 8. CO. OF NEW ZEALAND,
230 California bt., Kan Francisco.