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TOU: 3IORXINO OREGONIAN, THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1918.
BRUIN GROWTH SLOW
Oregon Crops in Need
Warmth and Moisture.
WINTER WHEAT IS HEADING
Irrigated Meadows Are In Good
Condition and Livestock 19 Doing
AVell-r Fruit in Eastern Coun
ties Will Be Light.
The summary of weather and crop condi
tions In Oregon for the week ending June
4, Issued yesterday by the Weather Bureau
'The cold, unfavorable conditions of the
previous week continued until the latter part
of the present week, when somewhat higher
day temperatures prevailed. However, there
was no rain of any consecience and crops,
especially those on light lands, were begin-
nina to suffer from drouth. Vegetation has
been practically at a standstill and needs
good warm rains, particularly In dry farm
ing districts, to insure satisfactory results.
There were general complaints of strong
'north-northwest winds which crusted the
soil and caused some burning of crops.
"Winter wheat is beginning to head in
northern counties and some fields of Winter
rye are in bloom, but growth has been slow,
and the extreme cold nights have been
damaging to late sown rye which Is Just
coming up. Spring wheat and oats are only
fair to good and are much In need
warmth and moisture.
"Irrigated meadows are in good condition
but where water is not "available there has
been no advancement and hay crops are
only fair. Pastures and ranges are becom
ing short and drying up, but livestock' gen
erally are in good shape, notwithstanding
the unfavorable conditions.
"Cool weather delayed the ripening or
strawberries in the Hood River Valley, and
only small shipments are being made. In
the Rogue River Valley pears were doing
well, but apples not so good, while aphides
were bad in Jackson County. In eastern
counties the fruit crop will fall much be
low the average, owing to extensive frost
"While some Injury to potatoes by cold
nights was reported, early varieties are do
ing fairly well and the planting of the late
crop is nearing completion. The killing
frosts of the previous week necessitated some
replanting of truck crops and gardens, which
are still backward and require warm nights
and beneficial showers to promote rapid advancement."
upon what basis the mills will operate after
July 1' mills are advised not to make sales
at this time for shipment after July 1.
Where mills are at present unable to sell
their products for shipment before July 1
in domestic markets because of operation
of 70 per cent shipping clause, they can, in
special cases justifying exception, secure
permission to make such shipments. ' This
permission must be obtained either by tele
graph or In writing from the milling di
vision at 74 Broadway, New York City "
Eastern Eggs Are Offered.
Eastern fresh eggs are being offered to
the trade, but receipts of Oregons have fallen
off materially and the market held steady
yesterday. Butter was firm, with a con
tinued good demand for cubes.
The poultry market was unchanged, with
prices barely steady. Veal was easier and
pork was firm.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were aa follows:
- Clearings. Balances.
Portland 3,l,4.r,154 $170,141
Seattle 5.625.854 4S5.664
Tacoma 7S3.fl9 104.173
Spokane 1.449.686 S0S.155
POKTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc.
No. a white feed .
Kastern aiiir u -,1 i n v,., n.
Oats, No. 3 white 50 00
Oats, 3S-lb. clipped white 51.00
Corn, No. 3 yellow 57.00
Corn, No. 3 mixed 63.00
WHEAT Bulk basis. Portland for No. 1
grade: Bard wheat Bluestem. Early Bart.
Allen Gal stilus, Martin Amber. J 2. 05. Soft
white Palouse. Bluestem. Fortyfold, White
Hey. Gola Coin, White Russian. 12.03.
White Club Little Club. Jenkins Club.
White Hybrids. Eonora, 2.01. Red Walla
ea .Russian. Ked Hybrids. Jones Fire.
Coppel. X1.8S. No. 2 grade, 3c less: No.
grade, oo less. Other grains handled br
FLOuR Patents. S10: Valley. S9.60: whole
neat. SB.ou: granam. hapl.v f nnr.
X11011.6O per barrel: rye flour, 10.7!i 12.75
per Darrei; cornmeal, X13.10W 13.00 per
MILLFEED Net mtllfeed nrtpu. c.rlot.-
Bran, 30 per ton; shorts. $32 per ton:
middlings, $39; mixed cars and less than
carloads, 50c more: rolled barley. S74&75:
rolled oats, $69.
CORN Whole. $73: cracked, $74 per ton.
HAY Buying prices, f. o. b. Portland:
astern Oregon timothy. f'9SiZ0 per ton:
Valley timothy. 125628: alfalfa. 124 IB 24 50:
Valley grain hay, J24&26; clover. 121:
traw. $0 a 10.
BULK OATS BIDS
Sacked Prices Unchanged on Local Board.
Corn Is Steady.
There was no change in sacked oats prices
at the Merchants Exchange yesterday, but
bulk oats bids were $1 higher than on Tues
day. Offers for corn were unchanged.
San Francisco reports that the first car
of new-crop barley from the Imperial Val
ley arrived Monday and sold at $2.58.
Weather conditions In the Middle West,
as wired from Chicago:
"Tlnneapolls, cloudy: Duluth, partly
cloudy; Winnipeg, cloudy; Peoria, clear, 70;
Bt. I.ouls, clear, fine; Kansas City, clear;
St. Joseph, cloudy, 74; Topeka, Hutchinson,
partly cloudy, hot; Omaha, showers last
night; Ohio Valley, clear, fine."
The American visible wheat supply com
pares as follows:
June 8, 1018 1.146,000 387,000
June 4. 1917
June 6, 1916
June 8. 1915
Terminal receipts in cars were reported
by the Merchants Exchange as follows
Season to date.
Season to date.
Seattle. Tues.. .
Season to date .
2 . 5 10 8 3
31 15 7 6
3S06 484 1.1S6 1S39 2577
6350 275 1483 2292 2525
5 a s
5B60 101 .... 302 1670
7181 130 823 20S9
2 15 11
12 7 2
4932 338 1706 1113 3101
5344 35! 1743 1306 3913
CANKERS HOLD. UP BERRY PRICE
Buy Up All Available Stock on Early Farm
The expected slump in the strawberry
market yesterday was prevented by can
ners" buying. They appeared on the Italian
market and cleaned up the available sup
jIy of about 1200 crates at $2.75. Not much
was lert Tor trade on the street, where the
price ranged from -$2.75 to $3. Grocers are
now getting moBt of their supply direct from
farmers. The course of today's prices will
depend on the action of the canners.
Conditions at shipping points were
ported by the Bureau of Markets:
Kennewlck, Wash. Demand active, season
practically ended. Quality and . condition
fair; extra fancy, $3; fancy, $2.75.
Hood River, Or. Demand and movement
brisk, market steady; quality and condition
fine; 24-pt. solid cup crates, Clark's seed
lings, carlots f. o. b., usual terms, $3.50
small lots, $3.503.65.
The bureau's summary says: "Continued
dry weather is playing havoc with the local
berry crop. Sunburned and blistered straw
berries are making their appearance in the
market, and if no rain falls very soon the
aeaiers are ziguring upon a short season
lor berries. Although the price is ruling
very high for mid-season, the canners were
heavy buyers on the market this mornin
taking straight from the producers' wagons
at $2.002.7o per crate of 24 pints. Prices
ranged slightly lower in the table stock
today here. In Spokane, Oregon berries are
selling at from 20 50c advance over Port
Dairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER Cubes, extra. 40c: nrlme firsts.
39c; prints, extras, 4c; cartons, lo extra;
Dutterfat. No. 1, 43o delivered.
EQOS Oregon ranch, current receipts.
38 & 39c; candled, 40 41c; selects, 42c per
CHEESE: Jobbers' buying orlces. f. o. b.
dock, Portland: Tillamook triplets. 23 U,
oung Americas, 24Uc per pound: Coos and
Curry, f. o. b. Myrtle Point: Triplets, 23c;
x oung Americas, Z4o per pound; Jonghorns,
24c per pound; Mo discount to Portland
POULTRY Hens, 22 323c; broilers. 25c:
roosters, 1617c; ducks, geese and tur-
VEAL Fancy. 17c per pound.
PORK Fancy, 23o per pound.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing quotations:
FRUITS Oranges. Valencia. !7.75iaH:
lemons. $8.509.75 per box: bananas, 8
Vic per in.; grapefruit. 14.25S7.75: anoles.
$1.502.75 per box; strawberries, $2.75&3
per crate; cherries, 1215c per pound;
cantaloupes, $67 per crate; gooseberries.
4.0 7c per pound.
VEGETABLES Tomatoes, $2.50 per
crate; cabbage, 3c per pound; lettuce.
2.50 per crate; cucumbers. S1.2502 Tier
ozen; artichokes, 85c per dozen; garile 7c:
celery. $4 per crate; peppers. 25&35c ner
pound: rhubarb, $1.25 1.75 per box; aspara
gus. S2.aOM per crate: spinach. 56v6c
per pound; peas. 8 012 Vac per pound; beans.
loc per pound.
SACK. VEGETABLES Carrots. $2.15 ner
sack; turnips, $2; parsnips, $1.25; beets.
POTATOES Oregon Burbanks, $101.25
per pound; new California. 42SUo ner
OMOXS Yellow. $1.75 per crate: crystal.
2 2.25 per crate.
Staple Groceries.' '
Local jobbing quotations:
SUGAR Sack basis: Fruit and berry.
$7.87; beet. $7.77vi; extra C, $7.47 ij;
powdered, in barrels, $3.57 Va; cubes, in
barrels. $8.77 V4.
NUTS Walnuts, 24 Vic: Brazil nuts. 18 3
21c; filberts, 22323c; almonds, 1922c:
peanuts, 1518c: cocoanuts, $1.10 per dozen.
BEA.NS California Jobbing prices: Small
white, 14c; large white, 13c; bayou. 10c;
lima, ldc; pink, c Oregon beans, buy
ing prices: White, 9c; colored, 7c. .
COFFEE Roasted, in drums, 1725c.
SALT Granulated, $10.75 per ton: balf-
ground. 100s, $15.90 per ton; 50s, $17.25
per ton; dairy, $20 per ton.
rice southern head, &&9v&o per pound:
Blue Rose, 8c; Japanese style, 8VtSVic.
DRIED FRUITS Apples, 13 Vic; peaches,
l&)12c; prunes, Italian, ll13c; raisins, 85c
&$3 box; dates, dromedary, $5.2505. GO box:
currants, luc; ngs, i.-og.uu dox.
WOOL ALLOTTING TO BEGIN SOON
Details in Regard to Distribution Are
Way to Portland.
The local wool division was advised by
wire yesterday that details In regard to th
distribution of wool to local mills were in
the mall, so by next week the Administra
tion will have everything in shape to be
ain the allotment of the wools that are
necessary to fill Government orders.
Considering the magnitude of - the under
taking, the working out of the plan
Federal control of the wool industry is
progressing with remarkable rapidity. Th
stock of old wool on hand here has bee
appraised, and as soon as the order comes
It will be distributed to the local mill
which are anxious to get their share in the
shortest possible time. A committee of three
experts will be named in a few days to
value the new-clip wool. Arrivals are in
creasing as shearing progresses. Already
about 4.000.000 pounds of new wool h
been received at the local warehouses. Th
supply of old wool on hand aggregates abou
8.500.000 pounds. Shearing in the eastern
counties will continue throughout this month.
July Shipments Not Favored.
The following bulletin was Issued Tester
day by J. W. Ganong, divisional chairman
of the Food Administration milling division
"We are ' in receipt of the following in
formation from headquarters of the mlllin
" 'Owinsf to the fart tliHt it is not know
Heavy Springs Wanted
Vill liuarsntee Z!Sc Per found II "t
Less Than Two Pounds) ISacn.
HOOS Fancy block, 22 -23c per lb.
VKAl Kantv light, 16,2-17c per lb.
. HKAVY TBAI, 12c per lb.
No Commission Charged.
The Savinar Co., Inc.
300 Front St. Capital (10,000.00
HEW STOCK ACTIVE
Shipments of Potatoes Stead
ily Gaining in Volume.
MELON PRICES STILL HIGH
Strawberry Movement Is Heavy in
All Parts of Country, According
to Weekly , Review of
Bureau of Markets.
The weekly review of fruit1 and vegetable
markets, issued yesterday by the local of
fice of the Bureau of Markets, says:
Potato Market Active, s
The gain In volume of new potatoes
shipped is far more than offsetting the de
cline in shipments of old stock. During the
past week mora than 800 cars of new stock
moved dally or 226 for seven days, while the
volume of old stock declined still further
to about 150 cars per day. The combined
volume of old nd new shipments may be
expected somewnat later in the season. The
great lakes region, especially Michigan, con
tinue, to lead tn snipping old stock. At
Northwestern shipping points, old potatoes
ranged steady at 80 W 90c for sacked stock
from wagon, trackslde, and In the Michigan
potato section at 60 8 70c per cwt. in bulk
or $1.101.12, sacked, f. o. b. The general
range of consuming markets was nearly
steady at 1.25l.b0 for No. 1 Northern
white stock In bulk. Carlots, sacked, ranged
steady at $1.15 1.20 In Chicago and $1.10
In Minneapolis. Demand was fair tn most
markets, but alow In Chicago.
Melons at Firm .Values.
The suDoly of cantaiounes ts still light.
including shipments from Florida, Texas and
California. Florida white rinds, pony crates.
ranged 3S4 In New iorlc and Chicago.
California green meats ranged $7 10 in
standard crates. Watermelons were active
with Dries. hlKher at Florida shipping
points. Tom Watsons. 22$2o-pound average,
ranged $30040O per car. Similar grades
sold at $400$500 per car In New York, and
at 606Uc each in Boston.
Strawberry Supply Heavy In East.
Shipments of strawberries for the past
week were 1078 cars, compared with 1930
cars last week and 1030 the week before.
The earlot movement, although at no time
reaching last season's high figures, has ap
parently passed to its height for this sea
son. The supply of home-grown stock Is
likely soon to displace, in part, the ship
ments from distant sections. Delaware Is
now the leading shipping state followed by
New Jersey, Maryland, Missouri and Ken
tucky. Prices in Delaware became very
strong at the close of the week, reaching $3
44.50 per 32 quarts for Klondyttes and to 'it
6.75 for Gandys. While the market was at
its lowest, considerable ordinary stock lor
canning was bought at 68o per quart. For
the corresponding week of last season straw
berries were selling in the Delaware produc
ing section at 6&&7c per quart and the Job
bing range In Northern markets was lu&llc
Onion Market Continues Weak.
Although the Texas shipping section is ap
proaching the end of the season, the North
em markets appear to be liberally supplied
as compared with the demand and prices
have weakened steadily. Much Inferior
stock is offered. The volume of movement
Is much lighter than for the corresponding
week last year, 32D cars as compared with
576 cars. The total movement to date is
8072 cars, or hardly more than three-fifths
of the movement to corresponding dates of
either 1917 or 1916.
The general range in the consuming mar
kets lost fully 25c the past week, ruling
75c $1.40 per crate for No. 1 Texas yellows
and 60c $1.2 for No. 2.
New Cabbage Lower.
The shipping movement of new cabbage
was less active with 537 cars moved, a loss
of 271 cars, compared with last week, but
about equal to the movement of the corre
spondlng week last year. Demand appeared
slow. Quotations at Mississippi shipping
points declined about 25c to a range of 85
90c per barrel cratea, with dull markets.
California Wlnningstadt was slow and steady
at $20 per ton, Dulk, f. o. b. shipping points.
Thirty-four cars were started. In Northern
consuming markets, Mississippi pointed and
flat-type caooage sold mostly at tl.75f
2.25 per barrel crate. Virginia Wakeflelds
ranged generally 73cii?$1.75. Some stock was
in poor condition but it advanced sharply
on monaay in tne leading northwestern mar.
kets to $1.2502. California Wlnningstadt
ranged $22.25 per crate in Minneapolis and
St. i'aul. in fortlana It brings $2.25. Ore
gon home-grown will soon crowd the Call
fornia product from the local market.
tame oat, $24928; barley. $18020; alfalfa,
$1491$; barley straw, 60tr80o.
Meals Alfalfa, carload lots, $30034; co
Coffee Futures Close Lower.
NEW YORK. June 6. There was a little
trade selling In the market for coffee fu
tures today, probably against cost and
freight purchases, and first prices were 2
to 4 points lower. Offerings were by no
means scarce, however, while the primary
markets made a generally steady showiig
and there was little further change here
with the close 1 to 4 points lower. , July
sold at 8.22c and December 8.5408.65c;
July, 8.21c; September, 8.36c; October. 8.42c;
December, 8.53c; January, 8.58c; March.
8.69c; May 8.80c.
Epot coffee dull; Jtle 7s, IHe; Santos 4s,
SAVANNAH. June 9. Turpentine firm.
4534c; sales, 32 barrels; receipts. 225 bar
rels; shipments, none; stocks, 23,158 bar
rels. Rosin firm; sales, 792 barrels; receipts,
10S7 barrels; shipments, none; stocks, 92.
943 barrels. Quote: B, D, E, F, O. II.
$7.40; A. $7.50; K, $7.80; M, $7.80; N, $8.20;
WG, $8.40; WW. $9.70.
NEW YORK, June 8. Metal exchange
quotes lead strong. Spot. 7.80c bid.
Spelter easier. East St. Louts delivery.
STOCK LIST REACTS
Market Loses Ground in Late
Realizing for Profits.
COPPER SHARES ARE HEAVY
Duluth Linseed Market.
DULUTH. June 5. Unseed,' 8.72U: ar
rive. $3.72 May, $3.75; October, $3.45 K
Hops, Etc., at New York.
NEW TORK. June 5. Hops, hides and
NEW YORK, Juno 5. Spot cotton steady.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW TORK. June .6. Raw sugar steady.
Centrifugal. 6.005c; fine granulated, 7.45c
Chicago Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO, June 5. Butter unchanged.
ggs Receipts, 21.608 cases; unchanged.
BEEF FROM CALIFORNIA
TW'EXTY-riVB LOADS ARE RE
CEIVED AT LOCAL YARDS.
Price Are Firm en All Better Grade.
Hog aad Sheep Marketa
Twenty-five loads of stock were received
t the North Portland yards yesterday, in
cluding 13 loads of cattle from California.
There were not many sales of cattle la the
pen market, but the tone of values in this
division continued firm. Hogs were steady.
with th bulk of sales at $17.23. There was
a fair amount of activity In the mutton di
vision, with prices fairly steady.
Kecelpts were 309 cattle. 48 calves. 497
hogs and $48 sheep. Shippers were:
With hogs D. W. Owen, Rlgby. Idaho. 2
Cattle A. F. Hunt, Aslone. Cal.. 10 loads:
Hunt A Robinson, Merced, Cal, 0 loads;
G. F. Brown, Corvallis, 1 load.
With mixed loads J. Jensen, Lassen, 1 load
calves, hogs and sheep; McMahan sr Frum.
Halaey, 1 load hogs and sheep;' Davis A
Clark. Shedd. 2. loads hogs and sheep; S.
L. Overton, Brownsville, 1 load hogs and
sheep; W. Vetch, Cottage Grove, 1 load
hogs and sheep; J. F. Fowler, Rufus. 1 load
cattle and sheep.
The dars sales were as follows)
Local jobbing quotations:
HAMS All sizes, choice, 34c: standard,
33c; skinned, 2930c; picnics, 25c; cottage
LARD Tierce oasis, standard pure, 27c:
BACON Fancy, 48c; standard. 44c:
choice, 40 43c.
DRY SALT Short clear backs. 293 34c:
exports. 31 34c; plates, 25 27c
Hides and Pelts.
HIDES Salted hides. 25 pounds and un.
1212Vc; salted stags. DO pounds and up.
10c; salted ana green Kip, is to 25 pounds.
12c; salted and green cair, 10 to 25 pounds.
21c; green hides, 25 pounds and up, 0c;
green stags, 50 pounds and up. 8c; dry flint
hides, 25c; dry flint calf. 23c: horsehldes,
$1.251.50; salted horsehldes, $34.
PELTS ury long-wool pens, eoc: ary
short-wool pelts, 23 30c; salted pelts, April
takeotr. saw -
Hops, Wool, Etc. '
HOPS 1917 crop, 14 15c per pound; con
WOOL Eastern Oregon, 35056c; Valley,
54fr61c per pound.
MOHAIR Oregon, new clip, 450 per
uai;aka .-sew f II u u. u. a u uc
tallow :no. j., per pouna; no
12c per pound.
GASOLINE Bulk, 21c; engine distillate.
bulk, 12c; kerosene, bulk, 10c; cases, 20
1.1 . ti r. 1 ui wiw. utirreij, x.oi; cases.
$1.77: boiled, barrels, $1.60; cases, $1.73.
tt,iipVT1'IT In tank, - .T.
SAN iRANCISCO PRODUCE MARKET
Prices Current on Eggs, Vegetables, Fresh
Fruit, Etc., at Buy City.
SAN FRANCISCO. June 5. Butter, i4 9
Kggs Fresh extras, 42c; firsts, 40c; fresh
extra pullets, 40c.
Cheese New firsts, 21Hc; Young Amer
Poultry Large hens. 2830c; old roost
ers, 1921c; young fryers, 2 to A pounds.
48c; broilers, 1 to z ids., atfcpoc; geese,
25c; squabs, 4043c; pigeons, $2.50; tur
keys, live. 23i2Sc
Vegetables Green peas, t(rr (c; aspara
gus, 47c: squash. Summer, 75 r& 85c ; egg
plant. S$i10c; peppers, Mexican green chiles.
12u'15c; Mexican bell, 20?7;25c; toma
toes. tt.CoWl.'S; lettuce. I."ife20c; celery,
$1.502: potatoes, $1&1.40; sweet, nominal;
new. 2tt2c; onions, Australian brown, 90a
fit $1.10; new red. $lt1.15; garlic, 34c;
cauliflower 40&60c; beets. $1.501.6r; car
rots. 85c: turnips. 75c$l; rhubarb, $
1.10: cabbace. l'A'01c: artichokes, $3'jr
3:00; cucumbers, $1.151.25; string beans.
5 at- 7c : okra. 2c.
vrult Cantaloupes, standard crates. 4f9
4.50; lemons, fancy, $7.50; graperrult, $1.75
42 25: oranges. Valencias. $6t&6.50; ban-
, Hawaiian. l&TAcl pineapple. $
apples. $2.50i&3; strawberries. $9&12: cher-
dles. Valoise. 4 W or ; blackberries. $10'&32
raspberries. tl.OO'plS; peaches. $2.252.50;
gooseberries, 6?i'7c; currants, 60c7 75c
loganberries, $10fal2: apricotH, $2.00 if 3.
Receipts Flour, 2468 quarters; barley,
2639 centals; beans. 277 sacks; potatoes,
2242 sacks; onions. 573 sacks; hay, 50 tons
hides, 1020; wine, 61.200 gallons.
s Kelno Man Raises Alfalfa.
KELSO, Wash.. June 5. (Special.) Otis
Haves, of "West Kelso, cut a ton and a, hal
of first-class alfalfa hay off two lots yes
trdav. The two lots contain less than
quarter of an acre of ground, which makes
the yield on the first cutting six tons to
the acre. This shows that alfalfa can be
ralsed profitably in Western Washington.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK, June 5. Evaporated apples
dull. Prunes firm. Apricots and peacnes
quiet. Raisins steady.
CORN LOSES ADVANCE
CHICAGO MARKET REVERSES
ACTION OP TUESDAY.
Selling Pressure la Dne to Bearish Crop
Reports! Oata Harvest Start la
CHICAGO. June 5. Corn tedav rovr..n
its action of yesterday and turned decidedly
weak after a moderate advance. Bearish
crop reports appearea to De chiefly re
sponsible for the setback. ' Prices closed
heavy, 4c to ISO net lower, with J.ilv
$1.32 4 a 1.32 and August $1.33. Oats
lost He to 1c. The outcome In provisions
varied irom ivc decline to a rise of 33c.
xirsL, commission nouses were ren
erally on the buying aide of the corn mar
ket, owing to the readiness with which prices
had rallied from the Initial flurry over the
U-boat raid. New advances, however, had
not proceeaea Tar oexore selling pressure In
creasea ana values gave way.
Announcement that cutting of oats had
begun in Oklahoma counted as a bearish
factor in the oats market. Besides, hones
or important export Dusiness were not ful
Pork and ribs averaged higher, influenced
oy. stockyaras laoor troubles. Packers sell
lng weakened lard.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
. . 1.36 54
.62 14 .62 S
. .22.-35 22.47 22.25
..22.80 22.92 22.72
Cash prices were:
Corn No. 2 yellow. $1.69; No.
$1.66: No. 4 yellow, $l.sr91.45.
Oats No. 3 white, 74Vi&75c;
Rye No. 2, nomlnsl.
Barley $1 g 1.35. "
Timothy $5 8.
Ribs $21.87 22.25. 1
1 cow. . . .
3 cows. . .
16 cows. . .
15 cows. ..
1 steer. . .
2 steers. .
106 hogs a. .
80 hogs. ..
8 hogs. . .
106 lambs. .
8 lambs. .
85 lambs. .
5 lambs. .
2 cows. ..
1 coif. . ..
10 calves .
40 hogs. . .
20 hogs. . .
2 hogs. . .
2 hogs. . .
1 hog. . . .
fio lambs. .
56 lambs. .
182 lambs. .
2 ewes. .
70 18.501 05 y'rllngs
Prices current at the local yards are as
Prime steers $14. now 15.00
Good to choice steers 12.5()W 13.50
Medium to good steers 1 1.00r? 12.00
ralr to medium steer. 10.50 41 11.50
Choice cows and heifers 11.00 w 12. 00
Med. to good cows and heifers.. 7.50:4 9.00
Canneis 4.00 6.00
Bulls 6.30 ta lo.OO
Calves b.504t 11.60
Prime mixed 17.00O17.25
Medium mixed 1 0. on ji 10.25
Rough heavy 15.no t 15.75
Marines Stronger on News of Call
ing of Special Meeting of Direc
tors Liberty- Bonds Rally
From Recent Low Records.
NEW YORK, June 5. Stocks opened with
a demonstration of strength today, but re
acted very generally In the later dealings
on moderate offerings. The setback wss
accepted as a natural result of the recent
advance, which invited considerable profit
War news was mostly favorable, but of
fered little promise of an early passing of
the strain along the French front. The sub
marine shock subsided completely and ship
pings displayed a better tone than any other
The strength of Marines, sspeclally the
preferred at an extreme advance of 2'
points, accompanied the news of a special
meeting of the directors tomorrow. It Is
expected that further details of the deal
with British Interests wilt- then be a
Coppers developed sudden heaviness In the
latter part of the session, reacting 1 lo 3 Vs
points. Chlno showing marked weakness.
Standard industrials, equipments and rails
developed a reactionary trend after their
early gains. United States Steel closing
Vs point loss, a reversal of almost 2 points
from Ita beat. Hales were 615.000 shares.
Liberty bonds rallied slightly from low
records of the previous day and interna
tional war flotations. Including Paris 6s and
Anglo-French 3s, hardened 4 to 1 point.
Total sales, par value, aggregated $0,550,000.
United States bonds, old Issues, were un
changed on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Am Beet Sugar..
Am Car c Fdry.
Am Mn tL Refg.
Am Sugar Refg.
Am Tel c Tel..
Bait & Ohio. . . .
& S Copper. .
Ches & Ohio. . . .
Chi M 4c St P..
Chi & N W
H 1 P ctfs..
Chlno Copper. ..
Colo Fu & Iron.
Corn Prod Refg,
Cuba Cane bur..
(it North pfd...
ut ror ore etis.
nt -u pia....
nter Nackel. . ..
nter Paper ....
KC Southern . ..
Louis At rash...
N Y Central. ...
N Y N H H...
Norf A West. . ..
Pac Tel & Tel. .
Pennsylvania . ..
Ray Consol Cop.
Ren Ir A Steel...
Southern Ry . . .
Studebaker Co. .
l:nlon Paclf . . ..
U S Ind Alcohol.
U S Steel
t'tah Conner . . .
Waba.h pfd B. .
western i nion..
DESTINATIONS OF STOCK LOADED
Shipments En Route to Leading; Livestock
Markets or Country.
Destlnstlons of livestock losded June
(Double decks counted as two cars):
Cattle Horses Mxd.
calves Hogs Sheep mules stock.
Austin 23 .... 1
Boston 8 34 6
Buffalo 13 53 1 1 4
Chicago 29 1311 05 1 45
Cincinnati 1H 2S 8
Cleveland JO 41 24
Cudahy 1" 78 .... .... 8
Denver 2 31 1
Detroit 24 5 23
K. St. I.ouls... 110 142 15 4 BS
Ft. Worth 141 8 8 7
Indianapolis r. 29 55 44
Jersey City 17 14 2 1 1
Kansas City 220 142 25 30
Los Angeles... 10 7 19 S
Louisville 5 10 6 .... 5
Milwaukee .... 12 4 .... 1 12
New York 107 23 8 1 ....
Ogden 1 .... 1 1
Oklahoma City. 80 15
Omaha 244 116 42 .... 26
Ottumwa 14 34 .... 1 ....
Philadelphia .. 13 2 7 .... 1
Pittsburg 15 31 3 .... 2
Portland 4 1 2.... 2
St. Joseph .53 52 9 1.
Salt Lake City 2
St. Paul 60 37 .... 2 104
San Francisco.. 9 4 20
Sioux City 64 107 8 1
Spokane 8 9 .... .... ....
Tacoma -8 1 .... ....
Wichita 17 24 2
Various 603 77 226 f 6
Totals 2328 1482 470 10.1 419
One week ego. 22.14 l.ir.l 414 122 479
Four w'ks ago. .2734 2072 678 82 546
State origins of livestock losded June 4:
For Portland '
One week ago.
Four w'ks sgo.
One week ago.
Four w'ks ago.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. June B. Flax, $3,701.0
3.724. Barley, HJCff 1.3.
Eastern Cash Grain Markets.
KANSAS CITY, June 6. Cash corn: No.
white, $1.32: No. 3 white. $1.25; No. 2 mixed
$1.52T No. 3 mlxea, $1.47. Oats: No. 3 whit.
71c: No. 4 white. i0c; No. 2 mixed. 70c; N
4 mixed, 69c; No. 2 red, 71c; No. 3 red, 70c,
WINNIPEG, June 6. Oats: No. 2 white,
82,c; No. 3 white, 79c.
MINNEAPOLIS. June 6. Cash corn : No. 3
yellow, $1.45; No. 8 mixed, $ 1.35 1.45.
Oats: No. 2 white Montana, 75Vi J76He:
standard, 71'472i4.c; No. 2 rye. $1,659
OMAHA. June 5. Corn: No. 2 white. $1.05;
No. 3 white, $1.00; No. 3 yellow. $1.47.
Grain at San Franciseo.
FAN FRANCISCO, June 5. Flour, $10.80
Grain Wheat. Government price, $3.50
per cental; barley, $2. 85 "i2.f0; oats, white
feed, nominal; corn, California yellow, $3.88.
Hay Wheat and wheat and oats, $23925;
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. June 5. Hogs-Recelpts 7000,
.higher for better grades. Heavy butchers,
I18.50iai7.10: prime neavy. I .... n in. m
heavy packing, $16.10 16.45: rough heavy,
lOoaiA: selected light. $17. lot 17.25: me
dium and light mixed. $16.65018.85; bulk
of sales. $18.600 17.
Cattle Receipts 4000, steady. Sheep 4000,
higher. Several loads ot nancy anorn
$17.75; choice fat ewes held at $10.
Omaha IJvestock Market.
OMAHA. June 5. Hogs Receipts 10,300,
stesdy to 1041.'C higher. Heavy, $18..r.0iu
mixed. $16.65tt 16.75: light. $16.7nrt
16.80; pigs. $12016; bulk of sales, $l.(15fli
1 11 7,1
f'.ttle Receipts 8000, market best beef
steadv: others '. Yearlings lower. Natlv
S14&17 35: cows and heifers, $11.
.ia- Wo.tern steers. $12.50014.75; Texs
steers. $10i'12.7.".: eows end heifers. $8W
9 75: stackers and feeders, $7.00013: cslves,
c'a '.etifr t i an: bulls, stags, etc., $s 4 12.50.
Kh-n Receipts 3100. market steady.
Wethers $14.00 W 16.50: ewes. $1013.25
lsmbs, $1519.6U; yearlings. $16itf 17.50.
Flag Raised at Logging Camp.
rt-VTRAl.IA. Wash.. June 5. (Spe
cal.) Under the auspices of the Loyal
Lesion, a largo American flasr Monday
venlnir waa raised over the Black Dia
mond loajfting- camp near Winlock, Capt.
J. V. Holmes, a signal corps officer and
one of the orgranizers of the Loyal Le
gion in this section, had charge of the
program. Sergt. Clark, a British sol
dier, was the chief speaker.
Sales. High. I-ow. l)ld.
1.7O0 07 C0 87
S.OOO 45 m 44 "4
6.500 bO-i 7!?
1.H00 65 U 4 64
2.400 77 7S
1.SOO 10U: 108 loSi.
bOO 99 V U'-'.
6.8O0 64 K 62 62T.
200 84 1-4 V 84 Vs
8.S00 103 ln6 107
1.20O 55 v. 55 W 53
3KO 22 21 S 21 4
500 10 V. 19W
;"' 148 148 148
50 1S4 65 65
l.lOO 6W 6t 58
6U0 43 43 43 i.
700 23 hi 22 22
7.00O 41. 3SV 3
3.5(10 4U. 47 43
2.2U0 41 40"-, 4lli
6.0OO 65 62 62 Vi
17.500 32 V . 30 V 32 Vs
...... ..... ..... 59
500 16 15Ts 15
4.40O 123 122 Vi 122 "4
200 wi t!, 8V
1,700 32 "4 32 32
6.000 .51 49 49V4
73.700 106V4 103V4 lOJVs
2.3IM) 2S. 2S 28
bOO 37 V. 86 88
1.500 33 Vs 32 Vs 32 Vs
'"V.OOO 94T" '03H i3V4
"i',766 "23 "23vi 23
, . . 60
J.noo 20 lov 1'-K
2.3O0 77 72 T2
, 28.O00 43 40 41
8UO 103 103 103
500 87 87 86
3O0 43V 41V 43
r.OO M 49 S 4
1,200 25 24 24
64.200 1 8 80
3.300 87 85 88
700 83 V 83 8.1
2. SOU 24 24 24
7.500 43 41V 41
4O0 150 14 147
, 2.800 122 12S 120
4.6M0 124 122 122
105,700 11)1 99 90
200 110 110 110
8.60O 79 76 77
! 1.500 43 42 41
les for the day, 615.000 shares.
NEW TORK. Juno 5. Closing quotations
U. a ref 2s reg. 98
do coupon... w
U. a. 8s reg... -
do coupon..." iw
TJ- 8. 4s reg... '105
do coupon ... -iu..
Atchen gen 4s. 80
D&RO ref 51
NYC deb 6s. 94
Nor Pacific 4s. )
Nor Pacific 3s. 59
Pac T T 5s. 96
Penn con 4s. 96
I'nion Paclf 4s. 87
U H Steel Os...
South Pac cv 5s
U H Lib 3s..
do 1st 4s. . . .
do 2d 4a. . . .
Money, Exchange. Etc.
NEW YORK. June 5. Mercantile paper.
four and six months, 8 per cent.
Sterling. 60-day bills. $4.72; commercial
G0day bills on banks, $4.72; commercial
CO-day bills. 4.71V: demand, $4.75;
cables, $4.76 7-16. Francs, demand, 6.71;
cables, 5.70. Guilders, demand, 50; cables.
50. Lire, demand. 9.12; cables. 0.10.
Rubles, demand, 13; cames. is, nominal.
Bar stives. noc per ounce.
Mexican dollars. 77c.
Government bonds Irregular; railroad
Time loans steady: 60 days. 8H96V per
cent: 90 days. 6VtS per cent; six months.
5 8 per cent.
Call money firmer: high, 8 per cent: low.
8 per cent: ruling rate. 6 per cent: closing
bid 4 per cent; offered at 8 per cent; last
loan 5 per cent.
LONDON, June 6. Bar silver, 4Sd per
ounce. Money, 2 per cent.
Discount rates Short bills, 8 per cent
three-months bills. 3 9-16 per cent.
BEANS ARE DOING WELL
MORRIS BROTHERS, INC,
Established 25 Years.
201 Railway Exchange Building:.
THE PREMIER MUNICIPAL BOND HOUSE
Government of Dominion of Newfoundland
CHTe Bonds in Denominations
$100 $500 $1000
Price 100 and accrued interest, yielding tVi.
Telephone Main 3409.
Owm aad Offer the
Denominations J?l J? 100 $250 $500 $1000
Due Price Yield
$6639.. July 2. '19 101.95 54
7039.. 20 103.55 SViT.
6039.. " " '21 104.30 5
S39.. 23 105.50 BViTe
Due Price field
!7s..July 2. "23 106.10 6HTi
46S9.. " " 2 107.10 BHCo
3139.. " " '25 107.25 er.
S39.. " " '2 107.25 STiTe
Actual value (officially estimated) S $.750,000
Assessed valuation, 1917 3,571.(70
Bonded debt 171.025
Actual value of property improved, estimated $
Assessed valuation of property Improved. Land $211, ISO
CROP MAKES RAPID GROWTH
Improvement Bonds ...$ 71,390
These Bonds Are the General Obligation of San Mateo
San Mateo (population 6000) is the center of the "Peninsula Dis
trict," San Francisco's finest euburrb. the foremost residence
community In California.
Entirely Exempt From Income Tax.
Call or Phone for Deaerlptlve Clrcwlar. Ilroadway ,'!. A SO
LUMBERMENS TRUST COMPANY
Capital and Surplus $600,000
which dim&ced tomatoea and be an a. Small
tfraln. hay. potato a and bana are excep
tionally Kooi and makinr rapid crowth.
lrana ta in aood condition for grazing.
Medford weather dry and daya -warm.
nlghta cool. Farmera cultivating and apray-
ing orchard. Soma alfalfa cut and yield
ing average crop. Kali and Bprinar-aown
gralna looking fairly well. Rain ia badly
needed at this time to Insure full crops.
Some orchardista are Irrigating their trees,
due to continued dry weather. Apple crop
this year will be about SO per cent of nor
mal, or last year's crop, due to continued
dry weather last season. Indications are
for a normal crop of pears.
Roseburg weather warm during past
week with no rain. Farmers are planting
beana quit extensively and those that are
up appear to be' In healthy condition and
making good growth. Pastures are sadly
In peed of rain and are beginning to show
Aphla Attack; on Grata Will Be Stopped
br Warm Weather Fmit Proa,
pecta Generally Good.
Crop conditions In the Willamette. Rogue
and Umpqua Hiver valleys are reported by
11. A. lilnshaw. general freight agent of
the ttoutuern Pacific, as follows;
Monroe Fall grain looking well and est
mated there will be -O per cent Increase In
acreage. All crops are needing rain. Aphis
has been doing some damage, but If the
weather continues warm they will soon
be exterminated. Vetch and oata baVo been
attacked more particularly by the aphis
than other grains In this vicinity. Pros
pects for good pear and apple and small
fruit crop. 9
Albany Wheat, oata. barley and hay In
good condition. Potatoes coming up and
looking very good. Beam are making good
progress. Fruits appear to bo In very good
condition. All small grains are in, need of
Woodburn Bmall fruits in need of warm
weather, especially berries. Onions In good
condition, and clover making rapid growth
and in good condition, loganberries doing
well. All that ts needed is warm weather
to make them ripen. Iabor situation criti
cal and it is feared that the small fruits
will ripen faster than they can be picked.
AM crop In need of rain.
New berg Wheat, oats, barley and bay
making good growth. Slight damage by
aphis. Potatoes and beana appear to be
healthy and are making good growth. All
crops beginning to need rain. Applea,
prunes, cherries and pears tn very good
condition, but warm weather needed to
make them ripen.
Sheridan -Weather until last two days
has been cool and holding grains back.
Aphis la doing some damage to vetch and
wheat. In some Instancea farmers claim
that some fields of vetch will be a total
loss. If present warm weather continues
It will soou be killed.
Lebanon Wheat, oats and hay in good
condition- and making fine growth. Pota
toes making good growth and acreage about
normal, but all crops needing rain. The
cannery will consume all berries In this
vicinity. Berries making good growth.
Eugene Light frost during the past week
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
Y .nroti vr Marriage l.lceanee.
WEAVER-SMITH Kllsworth Weaver. IS.
of Portland, and Carrie Smith. 34, of Port
CAMPBELL-nOBIXSOS Coorite Camp
bell, 4"J, .of tiardner, Or and Emma Kobin-
son, 31. of tiardner. or.
ANGEMAN-Nl'RMl Harry T. Anrcman.
50, of Fort Collins. Colo., and Frelrlkka
Nurml. 38, of Portland.
nl.SEX.McCl'RDY John Olsn. S3. nt
Poslland. and Klsle McCurdy. 32 of Portland.
BERRY-COVET Thomas Berry, 3. of
r,lnnton. Or., and Grace Covey, 31, of Linn
ROSS-ATERS Vernon Ross. 21. of Sand
Point. Idaho, and Cora Ayera. 1:0. of Van
couver, V ash.
WILPOS-EVANS Forest WHson, 21. of
Portland, and Elisabeth Evans. IS, of Port
SELSOX-SWANPOX Carl Nelson, leral.
of Portland, and Hilda Swanson, lec-al, of
HOLRROOK-PRICE Blake Holbrnok. 24.
of Portland, and Delia Price. 21, of Port
VAIL-PONPIER Clarence a. van. 3. or
Portland, and Gladys G. Pondler. 23, of
(OLE-CAROXE Charles H. Cole. 46. of
Vancouver. Wash., and Lulu D. Maaone. 35,
of St. Johns. Or.
WALKER-SHOW Walter A. WaVkr.
Irral. of Portland, and Elva F. Show, legal,
STEELE-B1SHOP Hewlsy F. Rteel". S3,
of The Iall". Or- and Goldle E. Bishop.
8T. of The nalles. Or.
BRLT:C1IERT-AXM1! Frederics; Bru .ch
ert, lea-al, of Portland, and Julia J. Anmo.
lei;nl. of Portland.
HOY A L-FEN TON Edwin Noyce Royal.
S.. of Portland, and Florence SC. Fenton,
22. of Portland.
WILI.IAMS-LTNABCRT Leslie -Will Isms.
SI. of I.aper. Mich., and Mrs. Laura Llna
burv. 3t. of Pontlsc. Mich.
C A TON-WILL I A MS Arthur E. Caton. 33.
of Portland, and Mrs. Belle 'Williams. 3."..
COLI,VKR-I"DD Ralph A. Collver. 21.
of Portland, and Amy s. Zudd. 30. of Port
land. ATKESON-HAFRls Chester T Atkeson,
S3, of Upokene. Wash., aad Mrs. Claudia
A. Harris. 3r.. of Spokane. Wash.
NIEDERMEYER To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Nlcdermeyer. 3TS East Eleventh, May 30, a
HETNOI.IW To Mr. and Mrs. Ira P. E.
Reynolds. 7.1 Clackamas. June 2. a daugh
ter. KARP To Mr. sad Mrs. Andrew Karp,
167 Kin. May 2 ft. a daushter.
KOK To Mr. and Mrs. Ector P. Roe, 6415
Seventieth. May 29. a daughter.
BRAMBLE To Mr. ami Mrs. Charles F
Bramble. 3..3 Harrison, Jisy a amusnirr.
HA LET To Mr. and Mrs. Van A. Haley.
1504 East Gllsan. Mny SO, a son.
HOI.STROM To Mr. and Mrs. eToeeph W.
Holmstrom. 1268 East Taylor. June 1, a
MORTERfl) To Mr. and Mrs. Elmer
Morterud. 6032 Woodstoek avenue, lay 30,
RACETTE To Mr. and Mrs. Emllk Ra
cette. n0!i ElBiuy-rirtn, May a son.
WEISS To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Weiss,
6T03 Elehty-nlnlh. May 2tJ. a son.
Bulldlnr Permits. '
I.. E. LIXDUUIdT Erect shack. 4630
Forty-first avenue, between Forty-sixth and
Forty-eighth streets; builder, ssnie: $.'too.
E E. t.ANGHKED Repair residence. Q22
Keliopc North, between St. Johns and Weyr-bausi-r:
builder, same: 2.-.n.
C. KNOPF Repair residence. 09S Rodney
avenue, between Graham and Stanton;
MRS.' GKOKUE N. 8PENCER Repair
residence. 14."u Uarfleld avenue, between
Dekum and Bryant; builder, same: 4.
j. w. BROHT Repair store. 18 I'nion
svenue, corner F kid more; builder, same;
BAKER THEATER COMPANY Repair
slley-wav. Baker Theater, between Morri
son and Ald.r; McDonald Wynkoop,
A SCHNEIDER Erect residence. 714
Fyracuse street, between Trumball and Cat-
liu : buna. r. same,
WILLIAMS A- BEGli Repair
shop. 3 Flanders. between
Tenth: J. C. Bayer, builder; fl
M. A. rAtir.l nepair
l."40 Esst Everett, between Fifty-eighth and
sixtieth; builder, same; $7r.
H. It. DAVIS Repair garage. SS8 Fourth,
between Lincoln and ColleKe: L. Gurien
Manufacturing Co.. builders; $l.ft.
l. 8ALLESCORX Repair residence. 70.".
Northrup street. between Twenty-second
and Twenty-thlrtl ; L. Gurien Manufacturing
Co., bulMcrs: S7.".
J. It. Mill It Repair residence. 7i2 East
Twenty-flrt street, between Powell and
Smith; Myron tills, builder; (.'. V
W. H. MKYEK Repair residence. 4t30
Sixty-fifth street, between Forty-ninth and
Fiftieth svenues; I'. Lewlsee, builder; $U.O.
IK. MARTIN ABLESUX Erect residence.
8.M Dunkley, between Twentv-flfth and
Twenty-sixth: Ell Simonson. builder: t40(Hl.
MRS. ALICE M. MILLS Repair resi
dence, 217 East Thirty-first street. Haw
thorne and Madison; F. A. Waldell, builder;
WILLIAM G. PLI.ETIER Wreck church.
5S4K Forty-eighth street, between Flfly
eighth and Fiftv-nlnth avenues Southeast ;
builder, same; t MX,
A. J. KooNTZ Erect garage. T7 East
Salmon, between Twenty-third and Twenty
fifth; builder, same: 40.
Powell Vslley road, between Fortv-seventli
and Forty-ninth: builder, same: '
W. II. KtlETZER Erect garage. 1.1.-,
Feventy-nlnth street, between Ullsan and
Oregon; builder, same: a iMl.
MUS. JOSEPH EBERLY Repair resi
dence. 4U2 Miller. between Ninth and
Wl.vrnth: K. 1.. Rswland. build.a. 10.
II. 11. BAST1N Repair resiwV-nce. 512
Miller avenue, between ltu and 11th; .. L.
Hawland. builder: srl.
v.mii.v A. STEWART Erect rarage. Ml
Grand avenue, between Mason and skid-
jnore: Edward Peterson, builder; J.iO.
JAMES L. CUNNINGHAM Erect garage.
Molalla Wins Title.
MOLAL1.A. Or.. June 5. (Special.)
The Molalla HiRh School baseball teum
won the last game of the series apainst
FJstacada Hiirh School for the cham
pionship of Clackamas County at Mo
lalla Tuesday afternoon by a score of
16 to 8. last Friday the Molalla team
won in the first B-tnie of tha series by
a score of 8 to 0. This is the sixth vic
tory this year for the Molalla team,
having; won over Oregon City, Canby
Liberty Bond Issues
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of investors a con
cise comparison of the sereral
issues of Liberty Bonds.
The table show the yields
nd essential details of the
A copy will be sent upon re
quest for Or-163.
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Telephone Broadway 4000; A 8121
124 Third tf. Main 26
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Largest. newest. bcA-equlpped stssmsra.
lor lares and Ballings apply t an. I'ae. Rail
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Agent. 440 Seymour bt Vancourer, Is. C