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THE SIOItXIXG OREGOXIAN, THURSDAY. JULY 12, 1917.
DROUTH CUTS CROP
Government Estimate for
Northwest May Be Revised.
3RAIN NEEDS RAIN BADLY
tins light. while the demand holds up. Bat
ter also Is actlre.
Poultry of all kinds is moving freely, the
best hens selling at 163217 cents and Springs
at 2021 cents. The demand for country
dressed meats exceeds the supply.
Federal Forecast for Three States
on July 1 Was for Wlieat Pro
duction Xearly Equal to
That of Last Year.
The 1017 wheat crop of the Pacific Korth
west. according to the estimates just made
to the Government, will bo only l.5o.uu
bushels less than the crop of 1916. The
"Winter wheat crop figures 12,001.000 bush
el less than last year, but the Spring crop
is estimated at 10,643,000 bushels more than
' si year ago.
The figures represent conditions on. July
1. and in the opinion of grain men, here
may have to be materially revised In the
next monthly report. The crop is not com
ing along as well as -was hoped and unless
there Is needed rain In the dry sections very
soon, the yield will be a disappointment.
Advices from Spokane yesterday were that
the late hot spell had done 25 per cent
damage In somo of the Important districts,
but rain within a week or bo may make up
for this loss. Spring grain in Eastern Ore
gon Is also suffering. The "Willamette Val
ley, according to a reliable authority, can
not, even with the most favorable conditions,
do better than CO per cent of last year's
The Government figures for the Xorth
west. according to the July 1 estimate, fol
low: Winter wheat 101T. 1U.
"Washington ll.:.o.on I8,s5.0u0
Idaho 7.80.000 HJ.'itl.MUU
ADVANCE IN WOOL PRICES CHECKED
Eastern Bayers Believe Government May
Eastern wool buyers "are holding back,
fearing Government action on prices, accord
ing to advices at hand from Boston, which
"Xothlng but legitimate mill "buying Is
represented in the wool operations of the
past week and the movement Is compara
tively small for the period. The hesitation
caused by the fear of Government action in
regard to prices, as reported & week ago,
continues to affect the local market. It
seems to have exercised some Influence even
upon values and the upward trend appears
to he stopped, though the market is firm at
the levels of a week ago. Even the buying
of manufacturers is not urgent, most mills
being supplied so well that they will not
need to worry about further stocks at least
until the new domestic clip Is offered in
larger quantities. The buying in the "West
Is still being done at top prices.
Demand has fallen away to such an extent
that. It Is reported, the offering of large
blocks of wool from various quarters has
aroused little response from buyers. Kellers
are not ready to offer special inducements
In the way of price and "buyers cannot be
persuaded to take large lots except at con
cessions. The result is that the movement
for the week probably is not greatly In ex
cess of Jt. 000,000 pounds of wool In the Bos
LIST IS OVERSOLD
Stock Market Stronger on Its
GAINS ONE TO SIX POINTS
. . 8.US0.000
, 210, 000
. . . ."'.t.onn.non
K7. :.", ooo
Totals 70.900.000 72.256.000
The oats crop Is estimated at 1.110,000
bushels less than in 19 Hi, as follows'
. . 14.HlU.0fM
Totals 4.1.700,000 44.010.OO0
An Increase of 1.3.OC0 but; hols of barley
Is predicted, the estimates for the three
1 91 7.
5. :;., ooo
Totals 2,950,000 10,014,000
A large hay crop Is also indicated by the
Government's forecast, the Increase over last
year being 441,000 tons, as follows:
Oregon ............... 2."r.0 noo
"Washington 1 .!r,o.ooo
Loganberries Arc More Plentiful and Price
Loganberries were in larger supply yes
terday and cheaper, at SI. 501.75 a crate.
Kaspberries were steady at $ 1 . 7 ." 1j 2.
Strawberries moved fairly well at $1.00
2.2o. .Local currants nrougnt fi.o'a l.au.
Cantaloupes were firmer and will be
slightly higher today. The Imperial Valley
season is nearly over and Turlocks are not
expected in quantity for a week. The de-
tand for melons was active at steady prices.
Realizing Causes Xominal Reces
sions in Last Hour--Industrials
Firmest leaturo of Specula
tionKails Dull but Higlier,
NEW YORK, July 11. Additional gains
of 1 to 0 points made in today's stock mar
ket dealings with nnmlu.il recessions in the
last hour on realizing seemed to originate
mainly from technical considerations. Trades
proceeded on the theory that the market
had arrived at an oversold condition.
United ytntos Kteel made an extreme
gain of almost 2 points at 121-. half of
which was forfeited at the end. Bet hi e-
hem, Lackawanna, and Crucible Steel gained
as much or more, with Great Northern Ore,
Republic Iron. Colorado Fuel. Cast iron
Pipe, Harvester and Kteel Foundries.
The more prominent equipments, metais.
sugars, oils and tobaccos rose 1 to J points.
Shippings were consistently strong.
K;iils were comparatively duil out strong.
Pacifies averaging advances of 1 to llri
points. Total sals, 700, OOU shares.
iJunda were uteady, except lor me
erty issue, which ranged from par io
; 48-ou, an odd lot stalling at v 4l-av. io
tal sales, par value. S2.0tlTi.O0O. United
old Issues were unchanged on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Totals 0.710.000 6.200,000
IS"0 DEMAND IV OKA1N MARKET
V heat, Oats and Barley Prices Are Nom
There Is a. lack of demand for wheat and
th other cereals In the local ma rket s
prices are entirely nsminal. T-he interest of
traders is divided bet ween what Congress
may do with the food bill and crop prospects
in the Northwest.
The Liverpool grain cable said: "Wheat
easy, arrivals increasing. Export clearan
larger. Crop prospits improving. Oats
easy, stock liberal. Consumption lighter.
"India Interior holdings ot wheat liberal.
Port stock increasing.
"Aust ralia Good rains.
"Kuropr-an weather All reports favorable
and crops making hotter progress.
Russia lxter.sive rainfall omt southern
districts. Crop prospects improving.
The weather forecast fur the Middle West,
as wired from Chicago:
"Illinois Probably showers northeast this
afternoon, generally fair tonight and to
morrow cooler; balance of belt generally
fair tonight and tomorrow cooler, except in
the Xnrt h west warmer tomorrow."
Terminal receipts, in cars, were reported
"by the Merchants' Exchange a follows:
Wheat, liar. Fir. Oats. Hay.
POBTLANO MARKET QUOTATIONS
Grain, Flour, "Feed, Etc.
"WHEAT Bluestem, $2.15; fortyfold, $2.10;
club. 52.10; red Russian. S2.03.
OATS Xo. X white, feed. $45 1? 45.50 ton.
BARLEY No. 1 feed, $42 per ton.
FLOUR -Patents, $11.40; stralzhts. $0.20
(TilO.40; Valley, $10.60; whole wheat, $11.60;
granam. $1 1.40.
M1LLFEICD Spot prices: Bran. $32 per
ton; shorts. $!5 per ton; middlings, $42;
rolled barley, $48: rolled oats. $50.
CORN White, $73 per ton; cracked, $74
HA Y Producers" prices: Timothv. East
em Oregon, $2 per ton; alfalfa, $18; Val
ley grain hay, $10.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges. Valenclas.
$-1.154; lemons. $'? 6.75 per bo; bananas,
0!jC per pound : grape ruit, $2.75 fi 7.50.
VEGETABLES? Artichokes, 80a per dor.;
tomatoes. $1.50''i 1.S5 per crate; cabbage.
2''i2'-4,c per pound: lettuce, 35J?40c per
dozen; cucumbers. 45 f 00c per dozen; pep
pers. 30''i40c per pound; rhubarb, 22Hc
pr pound; peas, S'iftiSc per pound; ppluach,
0- per pound; heans. tittle per pound.
POTATOES New California, 34o per
ONIONS Bermuda, yellow, $1; white, $1
per cratp; red. $1. :.".
; R I " E N" F RU ITS Strawberries, $ 1 .00 frt
$2.25 per crate; cherries. 8' lL'c per lh. ; p
ricols, $1.50 'a; 1.75; cantaloupes. $ 1 (r 2.75 per
crate; peaches, 00c $1.25 per box; water
melons, 1 t rn :io per pound; apples, $2 'a 2.25;
plums, $1.f'0-i7 2; currants. 1.25 1.50; rasp
berrieF, $1.752; plums, $2.10; loganberries,
$1.50 'a 1.75.
Am Beet Sugar..
Am Car & Fdry..
Am Sm & Kefg. .
Am Sug Ket'g. .
Am Tel & Tel...
Am 7, L A S
Anaconda Cop. .
Halt z Ohio
B & S Copper. . ..
Ches fc Ohio
Chi Mil & St I. .
Chi & N W
CHI&l ctfs. bid.
( "h ino Cfppr. . .
"o!o Fu it i run . .
Corn Prod Rfg..
i ru il.!e Su-el. . .
Cuba Cane Sug. .
Gt North prd . . ..
Gt Nor Ore ctfs. .
1 IMnnitf "rntral .
lnl M M pfd
I lit Mrki'l
1 nt Paper
K C Southern . . .
Kenneott i 'op. .
nuis & Nash...
Mexican Petrol .
M !a n.i Copper. . .
Ne a da 'op per. .
x y 'entrai
X V N H & H....
Norfolk A: West.
Northern Pact I'..
Penusvlvanin . . .
Pittsburg Cia! . ..
liaj Consol Cop.
Rp lr iV Stel . .
hat A rix 'op. . .
nuthcrn I'acif ..
nut hen Hy. . . .
I'nion Pacit ic
U S Kt- el
77 ;, a
1 U5 i
advance of 2 points, but the buying creat
ed by the more optimistic view of peace
prospects seemed to have pretty well run
its course and prices soon turned easier un
der realizing. A less favorable view of the
German political news may have been a
factor, but the market was also Influenced
by reports of freer cost and freight offers
from Santos, and December contracts eased
off from 7S7 to 7S2. with the general list
closlns- or a. net decline of 1 to o points, i
Sales i::.00O bags. July. 7.52c; August,
7,lc; September. 7.09c; October, 7.73c; No
vember, 7.77c; December. 7.81c: January,
7.bnc;-February, 7.01c; March, 7.07c; April,
8.02c; May, S.07c; June. tt.l2c.
Spot, dull; Rio 7s, Vc; Santos 4s. 10c.
Offers of Santos l!s were reported in the cost
and fneight market at 0.75c to 0.05c; and
4s at 9.:i0c to 0.05c. London credits. Rio 7s
were reported at S.35u. London credits.
The official cables reported no change In
the Brazilian markets except for Santos
futures, which were 50 to 75 reis higher.
SAN FRANCISCO PKODECEJ MARKET
Prices Current on Butter, Eggs. Fruit, Vege
tables, Etc., at Bay City.
SAX FRANCISCO, July 11. Butter Fresh
extras, 37c; prime firsts, 30&C
Eggs Fretsh extras, 34 Yc, fresh firsts.
34c; fresh extra pullets, 32c; extra first
Cheese New firsts, 18c; Young Ameri
Poultry Bens, 24 T25o ; roosters, 1314c;
fryers, 2b & 20c; broilers, 31c; squabs. $2.25
&'6 ; pigeons. $1.25 1.75 ; geese, lSi&COc ;
ducks. 1 5 (d 18c.
Vegetables Okra, 75O0c; Summer
squash, small lug. 75c $1; eggplant, 10 dp
15c; bell peppers, 7J22c; emie. wavsc,
i oeas. S2.25iu 2.75 : tomatoes, Merced, 75h
1 - enrn. I!! 7 -fl A; OnluilS. crewi.
50 75c; cucumbers, 85QfU0c; beans, wax,
7(&Uc; string. oOc; garlic, 34c.
Potatoes New, IK (a-Wc; sweet potatoes,
S & 1 0c.
Fruits Pears, 65J?S5c: cantaloupes, $1.73
2; watermelons. 2-&2ic; currants. $50
0.50; peaches. 65t?85c; plums, 75cfe$1.2.;
apricots, b0cj$l; cherries, $11.00; figd. 75c
h $1 ; raspberries. $5(& 7; blackberries, $5(0)
7; loganberries, $4&C; gooseberries, 44t7c;
lemons, $0; grapefruit, $3(a'4; oranges, $.25
:t.75 ; bananas, $1 (h 1.8ft ; pineappies,
(a 2; aoples, green. iiO(.S5c.
Hav Wheat. $2021 ; wheat and oats.
$17& 10: tame ont, $181; barley. $14(&)
10; alfalfa. $irttfrl; barley straw, $1(31.10.
Flour $12.20(g 12.U".
Receipts Flour, 8507 quarters; barley.
2R55 centals; beans, 4"4 sacks; potatoes.
1521 aacka; onlon. 100O sacks; hay, &U3
tons; hide. B05; wine. 14.0'O gallons.
TRADING IS CURBED
Checks Put on Speculation in
Eastern Grain Markets.
NERVOUSNESS AT CHICAGO
Bulry and Country Produce.
PUTTER Cubes, extras, Zdci prime
firsts, ;J0c. Jobbing prices: Prints, extras.
Fortlanfl. "Wednesday 1 2 4 2
Year aeo 8 . . 10 I 1
fra-u.ii to date "! 7 15 24 Jt:t
Ytnr ago 01 7 64 64 30
Tai-nnia, Tuesday.... 5 ..
Year ago 11 . . .. .. 1
Reason lo date . 1 21
Year a "o .. 5 8
Eeattie, Tuesday 5 n n
Year n so 1 't . - S . . 1
Cffison to date 2S 3 25 Sl 21
Year ago 1 1 7 L 20 47
I,AKiF, HAY CROP IS NECESSARY
ma 11 Yield IVouM Interfere With Bcvelop-
meu of Livestock Industry.
7n Its weekly summary of crop conditions.
the American Steel Jk Wire Company says
"Nothing has happened to mar the pros
pects of the oat crop; the prospects could not
bo brighter. "While corn remains -backward
In Its development, the reports are unnn
lmous that it is not weedy or granny. The
nlRhts continue too cool for the bst develop
ment of the corn plant. The duality of the
wheat berry is very high as shown by the
"The dark spot this week Is the condltl
of hay, and to a certain extent aifa'fa.
Ilay'ands have not come through the "Win
ter In- good shape, and. added to this, the
weai her has "been unfavorable for the best
development of the hay grasses. Timothy
fields look ragced and weeds are very mu
In evidence. Th reduced production of hay
will be reflected in the livestock Indus t ry
one already suffering from a bad "Winter.
The hay crop has never received the atten
Hon it has lcsrved, and this lack of vision
on the part of our leaders has interfered
In the development of our livestock Industry
Too much faith yes. it has been simp.y
faith has been placed In timothy grass
hay. and this when hundreds of thousands o
acres, located in all parts of the country
could have been used to grow any one t
several hay pras" of irrat feeding value.
SPRING CHAIN IS UFA 1)1 NO SHORT,
Winter Wheat in Oregon Generally In Good
Following Is a summary of the crop ennfl!
tlons in Oregon for the week ending July i
7. 1017. as reported to the local office of
the weather bureau by special correspond- ,
ents throughout the state:
Under cloudless skies the continued hot.
lry weather has been favorable for haying,
which is now general with good crops of
clover and alfalfa being housed.
Shallow-rooted crops and those on licht
oils are suffering materially for moisture,
and unless it rains soon the late planted
will not come to full growth before ma
turity. Barley, oats and Soring wheat were In
fair to good condition, but heading very
short : Winter wheat generally good, and
the harvest of rye has begun on valley land
in T'matiila county.
Corn, potatoes, hops, sugar beets and
beans, where irrigated, made rapid advance
ment, warm nights being particularly fav
orable to the growth of corn.
Pastures and ranges, as a rule, are drying
up and are generally In need of rain. The
fruit outlook is still promising; berries an
iting well with prospects for a large crop.
All Country Produce Lines Firm.
All lines of country produce are selling
well at firm prices. Egg receipts are get
rtc; cartons, lc extra; butterfat. No.
No. 2. 3 He.
CHEFHt; Jobbers buying prices, f.
dock. Portland; Tillamook triplets.
oung A merlcas. 24c per pound : longhoms.
c. Coos ami Curry, f. o. t. llyrtte Point
Triplet s, 22 r4 c ; Young A merlcas, 23 c per
pound: long horns, 2.i -r c per pound.
I-,' ,( tS iregon ranch. current receipts.
l d ,t2c per dozen; Oregon ranch, selects.
4c per dozen.
PO t: L.T K Y B en p. 151 7c per pound :
broilers. 20"J?21o; turkeys. 2f;22c; ducks,
d. 1 4. n 1 5 : young, 20 r$ 22c ; geese, old.
iJc; young, i .t 'i 1 .?.
VKAIj Fancy. 15'ij 151c per pound,
POHK Fancy, 3yft2oc per pound.
Local iobhlng Quotations:
SUOAIl Fruit and berry. $R.50: Honolulu
plantation, $8.45; heet. $8.:tn- etm C. $8.10
powdered, in barrels, $0.05 ; cubes, in bar
rels. $0 25.
SALMON Tolumnla Tttver 1-pound tails
.i.i per cloven; one-half iiats, $l.b5; one-
pound fiats. $rt.
nnNKi choice. y!.2r per case.
X V T S W a 1 n u t s . i:H5 2'Jfec; Brazil nuts,
21c; filberts. 22c; almonds, l!f?i!20c; peanuts,
loc; cocounuts, $1.10 per dozen; pecans,
BEAN'S California, small white, 17c
largo whit, lHc; Limas, 17Vic; bayous,
:t -4 c; pink. 14c.
COFFEK Koasted, In drums, 1 7 25 c.
SALT Oranulated, $17.25 per ton; half-
round, 100s, $12.40 per ton; 50s, $13.15 per
ton; dairy, ?1i.2.j per ton.
KICK Southern head, ItC'Oc per pound
blue rnfp, p H c ; Japan style, t . 7 c.
rRIED FKUIT Apples. 12Vic: peaches,
loc&llc; prunes. Italian, !OH&l-l.4c; ratstns
S5ctfv$H per box ; dates, fard, $2.50?$:i per
box.; currants, 10c; fis, $22.0 per box.
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0. 400 71 70 Vi 71 '-i
0(10 loss lU5Vi 3'HW
3.200 55-S 54 54:4
l.lOO 52 U 51 MVS
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HOG MARKET IS STEADY
BULIv OF SALES 31 IDE AT $15.80 AT
Cattle Offered Ar of Medium Grmde.
Sheep Move at Former
There was a fair run 'at the stockyards
yesierday and t he market was moderately
active, but trading was confined mainly to
small lot. The hoir market was steady, with
$15.01 the top price and trm bulk of sales
at $15. SO. In the cattle division nothing of
top erade was available. The few sheep and
lamb sales were at steady prices. Receipts
were 04 cattle, 3 calves. 120 hows and 17:i
sheep. Shippers were: J. Ii. Harrison, 'W'll-
lamlna, 1 car cattle; O. O. Rushing. Alrlee,
1 car calves, sheep ; C. P. Hembree. Mon
mouth. I car hofcs. shep; F. R. Dicker,
Silve-rton. 1 car cattli, hogn, sheep; K. A.
M rnan, floldendalc. 0 cars sheep.
The day's sales were as follows:
"Wt. Pre. Wt. Tc
!12$ 4.ilO ti hops .... 220S15.K0
IMS 5.75 8 hoRS .... 215 1T..S0
i 10 hogs
Corn Prices Drop After Breaking
. All High Records, and Other
Cereals Are Also Affected.
"Wheat Prospects Improve.
CHICAGO, July 11. Newly Instituted war
emergency curbs on trading at Kansas
City and St. Louis, together with a pros
pective additional check on transaction
here, brought about much nervousness to
day in the corn market. After breaking;
all high-price records for the season, quo
tations closed "unsettled at V to 2 c net
advance, with September $1.504 to $1.50,
and December $1.21 to $1.21H. "Wheat
finished off to a like advance at $2.03
for July and $1.01 Vt for September. - Oats
gained to 2c. and provisions were un
changed to 10c lower.
Buying on the part of shorts carried corn
prices sharoly upgrade and then a break
ensued on word that a meeting of Chicago
Board of Trade directors hau Deen calleu.
Rains In Texas and Oklahoma failed to off
set reports that Irreparable damage had
been done in Oklahoma, and that a drought
area extended northward to the Dakota.
In the oats crowd the chief Influence was
the fact that despite numerous fluctuations
the corn market averaged higher. l Jeans n
field reports regarding oats were thus more
Wheat eased off a little In sympathy with
corn nt the opening. besides, prospects
were said to have improved both for the
Spring and the Winter crop. After open
ing unchanged at $2.03 H July, and $1.01
September, the market receded to $1.00
September. Later the market hardened us
a, consequence of a rally In corn. The close
Provisions descended as a result or com
weakness. An advance in hog prices seemed
to be entirely ignored.
Leading futures ranged as ioiioi;
.Tulr f2.oVi $il-
Hbash pfd fl. .
rn l n ion . .
Total eales lor the day. .ou.uou snares.
j s re? T2s reg. .!7 'Nor Par Rs CT.
do coupon l7'j P-'c T & T 5s.. 07 'i
U S Ks retr '. Pa con 4s ....Mol's,
do coupon ....' s I rf 4s stm.
U S 4s reg Hi4 4 H P 4s Ol 4
do coupon ...I'M- U 1 v 4s Mu.
Atcu gnn 4.-1 .... 8 '-4 IT S Stc-1 5s 1"1U
T S- K ii 5s. ..4 4, ,s P rv 5s .'
N Y : deb tiB...i4 'i Anglo-Kr 5s .... Ptt-jj
Nor Puc 4s b7ll
4 rows . .
5 cows .
10 cows .
1 1 cows .
1 cow . .
3 cows .
1 cow . .
1 cow . .
1 cow . .
I cow . .
1 f-nlf ..
1 1 hogs
0 hos .
0 ho its .
:t hogs .
1 hog . .
5 Imps .
5 hof;s ,
.. 04 0
. . J 270
. . 7 on
hogs . . .
3 hogs . . .
0 hogs . . ,
1 hog . ..
,'t hogs . . .
O.T.nj hog . . .
4. on; 2 hogs . . ,
o.onl 1 hog ...
O.oo' 1 hog
4.5O 50 lambs .
S.nitl 5 y'rl'ngi
34.Ko 1 ev . . .
15 (iu'21 steers .
35.0UI37 steers .
15.HU A COWS . .
1 5. sol 1 cow . . .
1 4.75) 1 cow . . .
15.SO 10 hogs .. ,
J .' hogs . .
i 5 hogs . .
15.n! I hog . . .
15. so! 1 hog . . ,
15.SMI 4 hog . .
l."VKt 1 heifer ,
. a. HO
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3 2. 50
MORRIS BROTHERS, INC.
Railway Exchange Building
We own and offer, subject to prior disposal:
EAST PORTLAND, OREGON, 6 LIGHT BONDS
To Yield 4.60 :
CITY OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL, 5 BONDS
To Yield 4.50;
room, 2 York street, between Twenty-fourta
and Twenty-fifth: builders, same; $1000.
MAIL TO GULL DRAFTED
DOCTORS AND BOARD
PASS OX EACH MAX.
Appeal May Be Taken to District
Board If Physical Fitness I Ques
tioned by Tljose Cbosen for Duty.
Hops, M'ool. Hides, Etc.
TTOPP 1010 crop. 3?6 per pound.
HirES Salted hides 25 pounds up), 20c;
salted sta?s (50 pounds and up), 10; green
pnd s.i I ted kip 1 1 5 pounds to 25 pounds;,
2oc; preen :nd salted calf skins tup to 15
pounds), 32c; sreen hides 25 pounds and
upi. lot-: dry liidf-ei. 34c: dry calf. 4fe; ;ilt
htdos, 20c ; d ry horse hides, 1 &2.50; salt
horpt hides. S i fi 5.
I'RT.Ti5 Dry lonjj-'wooled pelts. 37c; dry
short-wooled pelts. 25c; dry sheep shearlings,
each. 15 o0c; ea.lt sheep shearlings, each,
v OuL Knstern Oregon, fine, 58 61c per
pound ; coarse, 58'S- 61c per pound; Valley,
72V3i75i: per pound.
MOHAIR & 65c per pound.
CASCAltA BAKK New, 7c; old, 8c per
TAIJV Xo. 1. 3 4c per pound.
CiKAIN BAGS In car lots, 13fea.
Money, Kiclmnr-. VAc.
NKW VOi:K. July 11. Mercantile paper.
4 ?4 -f i 5 per -e nt
St--rlinr 00-day Villa, ?4.7C ; commercial
CO-day bills on links, $4.71 4 ; romniefial
Oi'-dHy MMh. S4.71 'ii : demand. $4.75;
i-MblK, $4,70 7-10. Francs, demand. 5-74;
'ah!ert. n.7:S'A. ;uiiders. demand, 411
ahles. 4 1 TJiph, dr-mnnd, 7.21 ; rablea.
7.2t. Kiihles, demand, 2.55; cables, 23.70.
Hfir silver. Sic
M.xit-nn dollars. 27c
io eminent bunds tteady; railroad bonds
Tim loans easier; 0 days, 3 4 per
cent; !0. days, 4S41,i per cent; six months.
4 f& 4-U per cent.
Call money steady: hlph. 2i per cent;
low, 2U per cent; luHns; rate, 2 U per cent;
lust loan. 21 Per cent: closing bid, 2 Vs per
ctnt; ofterea at 2?4 per cent.
TXXDOT. July 11. Bar silver, 4n&d per
ounce. Money. .1 4 per cent. Discount
rateahort billp. 4 per cent; three months
biliJ, 4IU-I0 Pr cent.
PALOUSE GRAIN SUFFERS
CROPS IX POM 15 LOCALITIES
The orldln of the iivcfftoclc received t the
Mriiimna . .
'alii'ornia . ,
Tim dispo-dt ion of the stok. sold at the
yards last mont h was :
in tlie past month was as I ol-
Catile. Calves. llojr. Rheep.
. . J, 715 231 8.106 2,
. 1 T SO 7h5 C.950
.. 141 4
. .4.4T.7 2SI 4.013 1,267
. .7 iH ;or: 12, .)! i:.077
Cat ( 'e. Calves. Hnsrn. ShpoT-.
Barton SMll 2 ::55 4.S6l
Carstens . . tl5 64 3,001 222
Ctiambers . . 20 2
Fairchild ... 57 ... 505
Frye Ac Co. .. 411 154 4;s 471
oill "o 3 o:t ... ;;:m
Henry ...... 2rtS ... ...... '2'M
Howitt 3 ::i 4 3 on
K. fe 0 2o 2 2S
Stt-UPloff 2S ...
Taeoma.M't T-1 516
t'nlon 2.107 310 7.450 S,!tt
Butchers ... 1ss ;il imi 345
Xortl 2IO 5 2.450 114
Washington Wl Si :io 3.217
Orejron 5Hf) 75 207 o-
Idaho 54 S 25
Montana. .... 159 55
Totals .. . .7,006 B7fl 1.1.060 16.738
Yard prices were aa follows:
Ptsers, prime R50frl0.no
SteerH, Rood fi OD'tf H.25
Sept. iVs - m
Sept. 40.32 40.13
.r.t 21. P2 -J.'.-
Wheat. Nos. a and :t red, nominal
hard. $2.25; N'o. hard, nominal.
torn xo. 2 vellow, l.i0A7 1.01 ; No. n yel
low. Sl.HOl.Ol; No. 4 yellow, nominal
Oat. No. 3 white, 74 75c; staudani,
70i i 7c m
Kye No. 2. $2.41.
Burl ev$ 1.15 f'i 1 . 5 O.
Timothy $4. Of w 7. 0.
Clover $12.0OV 17.QO.
Minneapolis ;raln Market.
M 1 XNT3 A POI-.1S, July 11 - W h ea 1 1 .Tuly,
$0 i- September, $1.1. Cash. No. 1 bard.
52 50 W 2 .55; No. 1 Northern, 4j2.4o 2.o0;
No 2 Northern. $2.35 & 2.40.
Orrkin Market at Ran Iran Cisco.
v-(-T-i-r .Toiir 11. Soot Quota-
,1,,,,- Blurstein. (fi -i."" : '"J
in 1 . a. -. icuRRian. s:t.65-:t. ... ea
'.r.i r.'ifif ::J middlings. $40 41; shorts, $35
cln board Barley, Decem"bor, $1.98; May,
92.02 bid, $2.05 asked.
Knstem Wheat lititureR.
TMTLCTII. July 11. Wheat closed, July,
WINMPBO,' July 31. Wheat closed, Oc
tober, $2.30 bid.
nc u riTV Jiiiv 11. Wheat closed.
julv. ' $2.04; October, $1.60; December,
pt t-OI'IS. Julv 11. Wheat closed, July.
$2.03; September. $1.8fl.
HAMP All sizes, choire. 28c: standard.
27c: skinned, 25426c; picnics, 21c; cottage
LARD Tierce basis. ktt1 rendered.
23c ; ei andard pure. 22 ysc; compound, 3 Sc.
BACON- Fancy. 3S40c; standard, 36(
S7c: choice. 2S"fi34c.
DRY SALT Short clear backs, 2427c;
exports, 2ui 27c ; plates. 22 g 24c
KEROPEXE Water white, drums, barrels
or tank waaons. lor; cafes, isstf 22c.
GASOLINE Bulk. 20-ic; cases, 2Pc
naphtha, irums, lit c ; cases. 28c; engine
distillate, nrums, a-. ifc.
LINSEED UIL Kiiw, uarrsis. ji.d2; cases.
si m: toiled. arres, i..J-t; cases,
TUttr-M' 1 w- , cases,
N'KW TOHK, July 11. Copper quiet. Elec
tro; v tie. spot and nearoy rfl.uo ijdj.uoc;
Aupun an.i later, 2ft.O 31.00c
Iron, firm and unchanged.
Mta.l Exchange quotes tin quiet. 8pot,
The metal Exchange quotes ieaa quiet.
Spelter easy. hpot, r.asx m. ijouii un
livery, feTsC asked
New York Sucar Market.
NEW TORK. July 11. Raw sugar, steady.
Centrifugal. 6.3-tc; moUsaes, S 45c. Refined,
steady; fin firnnulated, 7.50'aho.
Steers, medium ..........
Cows, medium to Rood . . . .
Cows, ordinary to fair......
Cii ve .......
Tltrht and heavy packing-..
K'Hi ;h heavioa
Yea rl I n K9
'.50 1 fe.50
13.00 rn 13. SO
lO O0 fj) 12.75
"lried Fruit at w Tork.
XTK W YORK. July 31. Evaporated apples,
steady. Prunes, unsettled. Peaches, quiet.
Wool, Etc., at New York.
7CEW YORK. July 11. Hops, hide and
VKW YORK. July 11. Cotton Spot, Quiet.
Other Sections Can Stand Week or Ten
Day of Warm Weather Without
Special crop reports received by "W. C.
Wilkes, assistant general freight and pas
senger a sent of the Spokane, Portland &
benttle Railway, follow:
From W. J. Jordan, ireneral agent; 'North
ern Pacific Railway, Lewiston. Idaho
A light shower fell in the Lewtston coun
try yesterdny afternoon and in portions of
the bean-pro win tz d is trie t around Kendrick
and Juliaetta. While there was not enough
rainfall to do very mut h good, neverth-eless
It will be of great benefit to the growing
'Conditions In Talouw country are rery
bad. Grain In some localities Is drying up
and unless wo get a good, soaking rain
within the next week or 3 0 days will not
yield 15 bushels to the acre. This applies I
especially in tho territory tributary to Troy.
Moscow, Pullman. Bushy, Chambers and
Johnson. Conditions are a little better
around Colton. TJnlontown and Genesee.
A portion of the Prairie district had a
light shower last night; not enough rain
fell, however, to be of very much benefit
except to cool the air. This district can
stand a week or 30 days of continue! warm
weather without very seriotis results: how
ever, rain is needed very badly at this time
and every day from now on without rain
Is decreasing the yield Just that much.
"I was through the Waha-Tammany
country yesterday. While rain is needed
very badly, the crops look better than I
expected to find, and unless we get hot
winds they can stand another week of dry
weather without any grea damage. In the
territory closer to Lewlston. some of the
grain has already been harvested."
From .T. T. Hardy, T. F. and P. A.. K.
P. S. and Oregon Trunk railways, from
Red m on d. Or.
"The crop conditions In Central Oregon
are not looking any too god Just now, owing
to It being so dry and hot. There has not
been any rain for fln days and the moisture
Is all getting out of the ground. Borne of
the wheat and other grain fields are looking
fnir and others are pretty bad at thla time.
Unless rain is forthcoming soon there will
not be over a half crop this year. Haying
Is going on In some sections and reports are
not very encouraging as to the amount per
acre. Hay will be at a premium around this
section this year on account of tha short
Coffee Put ores Market Kaaler.
XEW YORK, July 11. Coffee futures
opened steady at unchanged, prices to an
Oninha Livestock 31 a rket.
OMAHA, July 11. Hogs Receipts, 11.000;
maraet 5 to 10c higher; heavy, $I4.f0'i
15.::o; mixed, $14.50-, ir..00; light, $14.5oii
1 5. in; pi g. $12.50 & 14.50 ; bulk of sales,
Cattle Receipts. 3100; mi rket steady to
stronger; native steers. $0.75Gj 11.75; cows
unil heiferH, $7.50 4110.50; 'Western steers,
$8.50 i 11. GO; Texas steers, $M.O0 4 1 0.OO :
cows and heifers, $7,005 9.50: canners. $5.50
ftt 7.00; stock era and feeders. $0.5i 0.50;
reives. f'J.OO to. 14.00; bulls, stags, etc., fo.5i.&
Sheer "Receipts, 10.500: slow. 10 and 15c
lower; yearlings, Mn.OOfri 12.00; wethers,
$y.00tf 10.00; ewes. $7.55&S.55; lambs, $15.00
Chicago Livestock Market,
CHTCAGO. July 11. Hogs Receipts.
2S.0O0; nlow, f.c above yenterdpy's average;
bulk, f 14. 50 fi 15.50; light. 1 4.00 i 1 5.40;
m ixed, $ 1 4 .35 Hi 1 5. 05 ; heavy, $ 1 4. 3 5 fir 1 5.70 ;
rough. $14.1Tfri 3 4.40; pigs. $10.75 to 13.85.
Cattle Receipts, 3 0.000; strong; native
beef cattle, .40(r 14.00: stockers and feed
ers. $0.so ft 0.50 ; cows and heifers, $5.40 &)
11.90: calves. SlO.OOtfr 15.00.
Sheep Receipts. 3 2.O0O; weak; wethers.
$7.S0&.11.00; lambs, flO.O0ltf.00L
HOOD RIVER HAY CROP 13 BIG
Yield of Clover, Alfalfa and Oata Reported
HOOT) RIVER. Or.. July 31. (Special.)
The Hood River valley's largest hay crop
is now being harvested. With weather con
ditions Ideal, hundreds of tons have been
stacked and put in Darn lotts during the
past week and an unusually heavy yield
of clover, alfalfa and oats remains to be
cut In all parts of the valley.
While wheat and other grains. In former
years, have been cut in the green state, the
cereals on many ranches of the upper val
ley will be allowed to mature this season.
- Chicttpro Ialrjr Produce.
CHTCAGO,, July 11. Butter firm. Cream-
Fegrf higher. Receipt;, 12.0P7 cases;
firsts. 31 A a 32Ac; ordinary firsts. 29
iOVac; at mark. cnee included, 27 (32 C
TJulnth Ianoeed Market.
PTLUTH. Julv 11. Unseed on track and
arrive. $2.9R; July. 2.08; September, $2.99
Did; October, f2.9 hid.
Stocks Eay at London.
LONDON. July 11. Amerlran securities
were dull and easy on the Stock Exchange
IKiifttern Cash Wheat Masketa,
rt'LlTH, July 11. Cash wheat. o. 1
hard. $2.41; Ji. 1 Northern, $2.4o; ro. -hard,
WINNIPEG. July 11- ash wheat. No. 1
Northern, $2.:.l; No. 2 Northern. $2.31; No. J
Puget Sound Grain Markets.
RETTLK July 1 1. -Wheat Bluestem,
$2 lo; Turkey red. $2.08; fortyfold, f2;o8;
club, $2.07; fife. $2.o7 ; red Russian, $-.0G.
Jlarley. $41 per ton.
Yesterday's car receipts: Wheat 5, oats 11.
TACOMA. July 11. Wheat Nominal.
Car receipts: Wheat 5. corn 1.
Maximum Corn Prices Fixed.
CTTTCAOO, Julv 11. LMrectors of the Chi
cago Board of Trade this afternoon fixed
.. ....irn..m nrlee of SI. 28 for the Tecem-
ber and May 191S deliveries of corn. No
action was taken as to September corn.
SAVANNAH, July 11. Turpentln. firm,
ar. Sales. 245 barrels: receipts. 12 bar
rels: shipments, 2o2 barrels; stock, -3.1b4
baRrosin. firm: sales. 579 parrel a: receipts,
jo-- i.,.rrii- Khinments. 741 bwrrels; stock.
72.052 onrreis. w1'"
5.tjo'f 5.5; L, y.'-oi
5.20 : K, 5.1o&
SEATTTR, Wash., July 11. Instruc
tions to local exemption boards con
corn intc their duties in the selective
draft were made public here today.
After the selections are made the
local boards will post the names of
the men chosen and also notify by mail
each man selected. Physical examina
tions will then be made, and after that
exemptions will be taken up.
If tiie first examining physician, dis
qualifies the selected man he must
bo examined again, the second physi
cian utterly disregarding1 the decision
of the first. If both physicians dis
qualify the man the board may still
oualitv him. the board's decision be-
inir subject to appeal to the district
The following classes are exempt:
Persons holding legislative, execu
tive and Judicial offices; regular or
duly ordained ministers of religion ;
students of divinity; persons .in me
ilitary or naval service- of the tnitea
States; subjects of Germany, regard
less of whether they have taken out
first citizenship papers; all other res
ident aliens who have not taKen out
The largest claim Tor exempt-ion. ia
expected to be made because oc de
pendents upon the. selected men.
AUCTION BID STARTS WOE
yi.i1a HM.Iors lflzlit Thlra 3lan
Harrv Stein nnd Louis Jarobson at
tended the i-ity's auction sale on the
Kaxt .Side Tuesday afternoon for the
purpose of biddins on the norses oi
i.rpii for sal.
Mr. Stein wanted a particular horre
nH marlrt a. bid of ilO. Mr. Jacobson
raised his bid. and then the trouble
started. About the time that tne name
v.as gettinfr nice and warm Patrolman
Mlrum inlfrlWeil and tOOlt the tWO
men to the Col ice station. Yesterday
morniiifr the two men told their trou
bles to Judge Stevenson.
I made a bid of $125 for the horse.
I mart a bid of J125." said Jlr.
Stein. "Now Jacobson is trying to
n.s)ko vnu believe the same as he tried
tf impress on me by tapping me on
vi-oii n.htr.h una of vou irot the
horse?" asked .ludce Stevenson.
"Oi. Oi: thafa Just it. your honor;
another man sot the horse for $.130.'
i"TKo- hetno the PflSP." SAid th COUTt,
nl sentence; but let this
i.A a ipssnn to you. If trouble inter-.
teres with business, quit trouble.
California Coast. The warm weather dur
inR the past few days rendered It necessary
that fire-weather warnings he issued for the
North Pacific states. It la suggested that
extra precautions be taken to prevent fires
durir.ff the next few days as the slowly ris
ing temperature will greatly increase tlie
ire hazard; winds will be ItEht northwest.
Bhirtlnir to northerly. Precipitation occurred,
at a few stations on the eastern slope of th
Rockies and In the Middle and New .England
states; elsewhere it was fair.
Tho conditions indicate fair and continued
warm weather for this vicinity Thursday
with fresh northwesterly winds.
Portland and vicinity Fair, continued
warm; fresh northwesterly winds.
Washington Fair and continued warm I
moderate westerly winds.
Idaho Fair and continued warm.
Oregon Fair and continued warm; mofl
eraie northwesterly winds.
River forecast The Willamette River at
Port '.and will fa'.l slowly for the next four,
days. ALFRED Ii. THIKSM2.V.
Grants Pass After State Editors.
GRANTS PASS, Or., July 11. (Spe
cial.) Tho Grants Pass Chamber oC
Commerce Instructed A. K. Voorhies,
publisher of the Courier, who leaves
today for Pendleton to attend the state,
editorial convention, to Invite the edi
tors to hold their 1919 convention in
this city. It is planned to take the
editors on a two-day trip to the UrcRon.
Caves, including a visit to placer, cop
per and quartz mines.
Phone your want afls to The Oreso
nlnn. Main 7070. A 6095.
Without Chance En Route
S. S. ROSE CITY
Falls VrnTiT, AlnMWorth rorV
9 A. M. 310OAY, 0LI.V 16.
100 Golden Miles on
All Kates Include
Berths and Meals.
Tablo and Servica
The San Francisco ft Portland 9. S. Co,
Third and Washington streets ( wit h
O.-W. K K C.. A el. liruiMlway aUO,
A 612 L.
TRIP TO THE SEASHORE
X. K. A. vreck.
r. io; F. i."i.ooi 3.1. ":
H. .-;. tfts. J 5: l. Ul'iw
.sr..r.: ww. i.wi.uj.
DAILY METEOEOI.OGICAL KEPOET.
PORTLAND, July 11. Maximum temnfr-
-..rm Tuliiiiniim. B9 decrees.
Hirer reirtine. 8 a! M.. 1 t': change in
lst 24 hours. 0.2 foot Mil. Total ra nm
i -. r Tkf in r. P. il l. none: total rainfall
uln. e' September 1. Jl. S2.19 Inches: nor
mal rainfall since septemoer i.
j...:.! r rainruii since Eeotemtjer 1,
la 02 Inches. Total sunshine. 13 hour B0
minutes; possible sunshine, 15 hours
i . nBPnm.t.r ireduced to Bea level).
a ! M..' 30.04 Inches. Relative humidity at
noon, 47 per cent.
Seafon round trip, dally. J4. Splendid
river scenery; salmon fisheries: historic
Astoria. Limited leaves 8:45 A. M.,
evening express 6:30 P. M.. Saturday
Special 2 1". JL Tickets at station.
lOtli and Hoytt rt1r Ticket Office, 6th
THE NORTH BAXIC ROAD.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
TjATt'SCV To Mr. and Vrs. Anflrew J.
I Hwson t:t4 Missouri avenue, juiy J. a i""'-DrVKER-To
Mr. and Mrs. John William
Derke'r. OOl ClKtsop street. July B. a son.
SMITH To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas A.
Pmith. S07 Williams avenue, July O. a
dasfi?BEITo 5tr. and Mrs. Jacob Pelbel.
71 Bast i'lfteenth street, July 0, a daueta-
"kEIMEL To Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Kelm
e'l, ii710 Sixty-sixth avenue. Southeast, a
"aKKE-To Mr. and Mrs. Cleors 3.
Bakke. 163 Richmond avenue, July 4. a
'TaRKWEOT-To Mr. and Mrs. Tludolph
Markwert, C:i-1 North Leonard street, June
""stVrk'5 ro'llr. and Mrs. Ray Edmund
Stark. 3 020 South Syracuse street. July 5.
HliuuUi To Mr. and Mrs. Chancy Hub
ble. Union avenue. July u uauguter.
T.AT-RPI.TIURST CI.l'B Krect one-story
frame storaKe shed, 1123 East Ankeny. be
tween Thirty-ninth and Laurelhurst; bulld-
talnins: wall. 1123 East Ankeny. between
Thirty-ninth and 1-aurelhurst; Duuuer,
""'tv-ori.MTTTJST PIjl'R Rerialr bleach
ers. 1125 East Ankeny. between Thirty-ninth
ARtCoi.n A. tlRl ESEL Erect frame
parage, UTO .asc Irving, wiween i mi iy
LAVKA HEXTER ESTATE Repair two
.torv frame store. 2D Sixth street, between
Hurnslda and Couch: T. A. Plppy, builder;
"Vl'ipS M. X. LX'CAS Install hot-air ftir-
nace," 334 Olenn avenue: builder, same: $130.
.1. tr. DACHttt l'.icivun. repair i,
stltry frame office and residence. 412 East
Seventh street. North, between Hancock
and Tillamook: builder, same: J230.
EL.VA V. TATE Erect one-story frame
crariie. 4-16 East Korty-fourth. between 11
vision nnd Sherman: MUlmade Construction
Company, builder: 5""
W. M. BARKER Erect frame chlrken
house 30OS Eighty-sixth street. between
Woodstock and Cordon; builder, same; -1ihi.
A. J WILLIAMSON Erect frame garage.
4n:i East Thirty-ninth. North, between
Thorn:. son and Brazee; builder, same; $3n.
I'ARJIl.VO TRACi'UIA Erect one-story
frame residence, !22 Twenty-third street.
North, between Skidmor. and l'rescott;
builder, same; 12"0.
ELEl'TBH; STEEL FOUNDRY Krect
one-story frame carpenter .hop and wisli-
3 . 5. i t
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les Moines. . .
Kansas City . .
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New or; pans.
New York ,
North Head . . .
Phoenix . . . . ..i
Ksf hurjf . . . . .
Sncram'nto . . .
Wasiiinaton . ..
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wl iis o.OO'. .jNWjClear
,-.i 4;t.l tOiK Cloudy
Ml' riSlti.LM. . .IB Kain
r.S 7s O.OlL .jNWjClear
Kttl su it imi'1'J f Clear
4t;i no n.tntj . . s Pt. cinnfly
r.u rt; n.ouj. ,w Cloudy
7n S. i n. (mi lli SW Clear
r.tii nit 4 itn 1ii W (Clfar
7hi z o.'ttn is s W Pt. cloudy
41 7L,0.oni. . NW Cloudy
7'J MV0.O0l20;N Clear
l 8il).(Mii..SW Clear
r.L't 4 o.on n NW .Clear
nst it-o. imi! . . NWiclrar
j 7rt o.:tj'l4 NV Clear
tun ( Dili i . lrl n ud r
7S 5trt O.'oofiolSW Pt. cloudy
BSt ttiiiO . 7i ..INK ICloudy
Mil S4 O.OifHO.NWiClear
UJ.inn o.om . . NE Clear
Gniii Kim wviClenr
"7(.!io8 'ooj. .(sv Pt. cloudy
iitl V J O"! . . '. vv i lear
liO K.-,0. t0 10j N W C1 ear
r' 02 0.O(i. .N Clear
ntl'lOil O.OO 3 '1 Clear
70i !U 0.0n12,NW!CIear
7rt flii'o.ooi. . NW;Cler
fl'i T4 r.onf . .'s Clear
rj ftii n ou2ft'SW Clear
54i 7S0.00i..tN Clear
, . . 64 0.mil ......!
PS t o.oti 10rNW'Clear
Vi 7B0.0D. .IN IClear
p'Ji r.fl n.oo i4 S Cloudy
44 .",'' n. oi'.. I. ... Cloudy
100 o.ool . .IW Clear
! 70 0.niJ..iE iRain
. .io.oo;. -l 1
401 P4 0.M;. ,'NW'Clear
fOETLAKD TO SAX IltANCISCO
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Cal. Ftr. Express leaves H:30 A. M. : ar
rive San Francisco 3:bi next day. One
way fares, fs. $12.00. tli, 17.i0. 2u.
Uol'MJ Xitlr. J.
North Bank. Bth anil Stmrk.
(station, loth and llojt.
Ori"-U S4g w ash.. O. K. By.
IOU 3d. Burllnton Ily.
Independent S. S. Co.
San Francisco $10.00
Coos Bay $7.00
Ftrat-Clama Meal and llcrtlh
S. S. BREAKWATER
6 r. M FRIDAY, JULY 13
ISorth l'aclflc S. S. Hock.
TV ear llrusilwsy Itrlilite and
124 'i'hirU St. Itot. AV aaUinKtOBi
I'bnnen, 11 roadway .120, A 6422.
t a. M. today. P. M. report of precedlnit day.
TTiirli-nressure areas overlie th. Rocky
Mountain renlon and the Pacific Ocean west
ot British Columbia. The pressure Is low
over the eastern half of the country, with
the center over the middle Mississippi Val
iv .ud also over California and adjacent
with the principal center over South
ern Arlsona. The temperatures rose over
the entire country except the West Gulf
States, eastern sinpe oi the Roclcies. the
northern portion of the region of the Great
Lakes, the Middle and New Knuiand States.
The rise in temperature was moderate, but
,k. f.ii in temperature was considerable.
especially over the southern part of New
Mexico. Vouth Dakota and Nebraska. At
- p tn. temperatures were above nor
Ketchikan. Wranrel. .Juneau. Douflae.
HsIdm, Bkaa-way. Cordova. ValdM. B.sr
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VACU'lC STKAMMIIP COMPAM,
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Main t. Home A 4AM. 1X4 Third St.
Honelulu. vuva, now Attiail
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Canadian-Anstralaslan Kvyal Mall Line.
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except In the norfneast corner or inn MBy, iniru si., j-onii.au,
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