Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, June 11, 1918, Page 19, Image 19

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    THE MORNING OREGONIAN, TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1918.
19
MELON SEASON OH
- Five Cars of Canteloupes
Route to Portland.
En
SHIPMENTS ON INCREASE
.'ight Cars pt Watermelons ' Are
Also Dispatched Apricots Arrive
and Peaches to Begin to Move
This Week Onions Steady.
rhe cantaloupe movement is now on In
- full swing fromthe Southern California pro
ducing sections, but supplies in most of the
'large cities ere still light. The Bureau of
--Slarkets reports standards steady at $67
In the leading markets and ponies at $5
-5.50. Brawley reported shipments on Satur-
day of one each to Butte. Indianapolis; two
each to Baltimore. Buffalo, Cleveland, Dal
las, Denver. Minneapolis. Portland, Or., St.
Louis; three each to Boston, Cincinnati. De
troit, Kansas City and Washington; four
Y. to Los Angeles; five to San Francisco; six
to Philadelphia; 11 to Pittsburg; 14 to New
. Terk and 17 to Chicago. Fourteen others
- relied to various cities: total, 106. On Sun
. day one car left by express for Baltimore.
By freight one each to Baltimore. Buffalo,
Dallas. Detroit, Indianapolis, Omaha, Seat
tle; two each to Denver, Minneapolis. St.
. Louis, Washington; three each to Cincinnati,
Kansas City, Portland; four each to Boston,
Philadelphia. San Francisco. Cleveland; six
to Los Angeles: 12 to Pittsburg; IT to New
York; 21 to Chicago. Twenty-three others
were shipped to various cities.
Imperial Valley shipments for the two days
also included eight cars of watermelons. IS
cars of tomatoes and 10 cars of onions.
' " ' The first shipment of .Cafifornia apricots
has reached Portland. The California peach
season is expected to open this week. The
supple of peaches in the markets throughout
' the country is reported generally to be light
v'&nd the markets ruling stronger. Georgia
- Dixies ranged $1.502.75 for sixes In the
, leading Middle Western Jobbing markets and
-Carman sixes were stronger in Philadelphia
and New York at 13 4. Prices are steady
pet Fort Valley. Ga., where they are quoting
" Carmans, sixes, at $2 for carloads f. o. b.
cash to growers.
Onion prices are holding steady throughout
the country. The range in the Eastern mar
;.'ltets is generally 10 to 25c higher than for
.the same stock In the Middle West. The
c--prevailing price for Bermudas, yellow No. Is,
-was 90c?1.25 per standard crate. At Bos-
ton they were quoted much higher at $1.40
, i 1.50: No. 2s ranged TSclg $1.35. Shipments
ijiMere very light.
The Quartermaster's office of the Western
..Department of the Army made a special ap
peal to holders of supplies of preserved and
dried food products in the Northwest In a
: telegram that implied that a vessel was to
be loaded at San Francisco about June 20.
Information is desired on the quantities, the
- size and type of package and location of sup
spiles of dried prunes, evaporated peaches,
canned apples, peaches, pears, cherries, to
"jnatoes, peas, corn and evaporated milk.
The need now is for such articles for im
mediate shipment. If holders will com
' municate with the Bureau of Markets. 412
Oregon building, this city, the list will be
sent forward by wire. If stores of similar
goods are held that are available for shlp
rnent upon longer notice, send that informa-.-
tton in also, in case further movement of a
Similar nature is contemplated.
MBGE GAIN IN WASHINGTON CROP
Wheat Yield Estimated at 14,683,000 Bushels
More Than Last Year.
v', ,' The Washington wheat crop is estimated at
, 43.S0U.0U0 bushels, against 2U.21S.000 bushels
''-last year in the monthly crop bulletin is
TV.Vaued by E. T. Marchett. Spokane, field agent
- 'Of the bureau of crop estimates. Department
of Agriculture. The general crop situation is
summarized in the following table (000
J omitted in acreage and production es
timates): Winter Wheat
1918.
no
. .10.500
. . l.7:;o
no
. .33,4110
1917."
73
10,858
1,850
KB
18,360
Avge.
no
27,855
PB3
54
19.730
Condition (Pet.) ....
Production (Bu.) ..
Summer Wheat
Acreage
Condition (Pet.) . . . .
Production
Oata
Acreage 310 292 CS8
. . Condition (Pet.) !4 94 95
..Production 14,900 11,242 13,990
Barley
Acreace 17rt 170 177
' "Condition (Pet.) 95 92 94
' ' JToduetion 6,900 4,930 7,267
Rye
" TTTTTondltlon (Pet.) 91 nr 9.1
, Ti.X'roduetion 127 81 151
H n V a
fVHirtltl.in 91 94 94
-". Production 1,790 1,819 1,844
Clover Hay
- 'Acreage (Pet.) .,: 7 SO
Condition (Pet.) ....... 92 9 96
, . . Alfalfa
Acreage 171 178
Condition (Pet.) 9n pn 9.1
Pastures. condit'nPet.). K'.t 96 95
Kleld peas. condt'n(Pct-) 95 !H 9
I Field heans, cond'n( Pet.) 92 9. 91
Cabbage, condl tion ( Pet. ) 99 92 91
'.- Onions, condition (ret.) 90 94 92
Apples, condition (Pet.) 90 100 HO
Peaches, condit'n (Pet.) 00 92 73
Peers, condition (Pet.).. 69 90 87
Berries, B. & R., condi
tion (Pet.) 94 92 95
;Bugar beets, con.(Pct.).. 94 96 34
... OATS AND CORN BIDS : RAISED
J-oeal Market Is Strong In Sympathy With
Advances East.
V." With the strength of the Eastern markets,
-- local grain bids were raised yesterday.
Backed oata advanced 50 cents and bulk
oats 50 cents to $1. Corn bids were raised $1.
-i Weather conditions in the Middle West,
- as wired from Chicago: "Minneapolis cloudy,
warmer. Omaha, St. Joseph, Kansas City,
"Popeka, St. Louis, Peoria. French Lick,
.. Ohio Valley, clear and fine. Grand Rapids,
cloudy, cool. Davenport, clear, fine. Hutchl
' son, clear, hot."
1 The American visible wheat supply com
pares as follows:
BuBhels.
. .$ 21.000
Decrease.
$ 325,000
8,041.000
2H0.OOO
8,327. 000
2.233.000
.June 10. 1918
June 11. 1917
June 12, 1910
June 14, 1915
June 8, 1914
Terminal receipts.
. . art.Nno.ooo
. . 44,203.000
, . l4,sr.s,ooo
. . 27,537,000
in cars, were
reported
by the Merchant's Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay
Portland. Mon.. 1 6 9 .... 10
Year ago 15 .... 1 4
Eeason to date.307 492 13R0 1340 2594
Year ago.... .6399 278 1490 2296 2532
Tacoma. Sat
Year ago 13 2
Season to dnte..K4 ins S02 1671
Year ago 72S6 130 .... 323 2109
Seattle, Sat 6
Year ago . 10 7 1 7
Season to date..45 S3 171T 1118 S102
Year ago B39t 83 1768 1400 3940
STRAWBERRY SUPPLY 18 LIMITED
Good Shipping Stock Is Scarce and Prices
Are Firm.
Strawberry receipts were small, especially
of good shipping stock, which sold generally
at $3fr3.10, with the best lots bringing $3.25.
Shipments of Oregon berries by express
on Sunday and Monday were two cars to
Omaha and one car each to Calgary, Sas
katoon. Regina, Denver. Great Falls, and
Grand Forks. Northwestern f.-o. b. markets
reported, by wire:
Hood River. Cloudy, cool. Shipments
increasing. Demand and movement brisk.
MORE
Hens
Heavy
Wanted
23 Per Pound Net Guaranteed.
DOJiT HOLD SHIP AT OSCBl
TWO-POr.M SPRINGS 2T
J.IOHT HOGS 22V4-23 PER. LB.
HGftT VEAL 16-16Vic PER LB
D COMMISSION CHARGED..
THE SAVINAR CO., INC.,
XOi) Front Street. Capital flo.OOO
Quality and condition fine, 24-pt. crates,
$3.50.
Milton. Shipments decreasing. Demand
moderate, market weaker. Small lots by
express, 24-pt. crates Clark's Seedlings, con
dition good, $3.00. Mortgage Lifters and
Gibsons, condition fair, $2.50. -
The daily summary issued by the Bureau
of Markets said; "Strawberries cleaned up
in the Portland market Saturday. The re
ceipts were light this morning and prices
continued to rule strong. The farmers sold
generally from $2.60 to $2.80 on the early
market. The movement is at its height at
Hood River and White Salmon now. Four
cars were rolled Saturday and again yester
day. They were destined for points from
Omaha northward In the Mississippi Valley.
One went to Denver, where It -will find local
berries coming on the market. Supplies are
scarce everywhere in the West and prices
generally high." a
M'MBER OK FAILIRES
IS
LESS.
Reduction of 30 Per Cent In live Month
Compared With Last Year.
Numbering only 880' and involving $18,
134.672 of liabilities, commercial failures In
the United States during May, as reported
to R. G. Dun A Co., maintain the highly
favorable features which have : charac
terized the Insolvency record for a long
period, and demonstrate, that 'the economic
readjustments arising frrfm war conditions
and necessitating many revolutionary
changes in trade and Industry are being
accomplished with a minimum of disturb
ance. Not only is the number of May de
faults the smallest for the month in fully
a decade and the Indebtedness less than in
any May back to 1910, aside from that of
last year, but numerical Improvement ap
pears In comparison with all months since
September, 1911, and the amount Is the
lightest of the present year, excepting the
$12,829,182 of last February. Contrasted
with the 1296 reverses of May, 1917, the de
crease In number is 32 per cent, although
the liabilities, owing o the Increased total
of large failures. Is 11.0 per cent above the
$11,771,891 of a year ago.
From the high point for the month
1707 Insolvencies in May. 1913 there is a
falling off of 48.4 per cent In number, and
since January 1, this year, there have been
1217 fewer commercial reverses than In the
first five months of 1917, or a reduction of
nearly 20 per cent.
Bank Clearings.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Clearings. Balances.
Portland $4,143,775 $ 948,244
Seattle 7,014, B52 1,711,410
Tacoma 729,841 114.14B
Spokane 1, 4S9.842 545,152
PORTLAND M A K K E T QUOTATIONS
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc.
Merchants Exchange, noon session.
Bid.
June delivery:
Oats, No. 2 White Feed $58.50
Eastern Oats and Corn in bulk
Oats, No. 3 White $52.00
38 Lb. Clipped White S54.5U
Corn, No. 8 Yellow S59.U0
Corn, No. 3 Mixed S57.UO
WHEAT Hulk basis, Portland for No. 1
grade: Hard wneat Bluestem. Early Bart,
Allen Galgulus, Martin Amber, $2.05. Soft
white Palouse. Bluestem, Jb'ortyrold. White
Valley, Gold Coin, White Human, $2.03.
White Club Little Club, Jenkins' Club,
White Hybrids, Sonora, $2.0L tied Walla
Ked Russian, Red Hybrids, Jones Fife.
Coppel, tl.us. No. 2 grade, 3c less; No. 3
grade. 6o less. Other .grains handled by
samples.
FLOUR Patents. $10; Valley, $9.60; whole
wheat, $9.j0; graham. $9.20; barley flour,
$11 per barrel; rye flour, $11011.50 per bar
rel; cornmeal, $111L40 per barrel; corn
flour, Xll.liO-ii 14.50.
MlLLFEJiO Net mlllfeed prices, carlots:
Bran, 30 per ton; shorts, $32 per ton;
middlings, $39; mixed cars and less than
carloads, 50c more; rolled barley, $74y75;
rolled oats. $69.
CORN Whole, $73: cracked, $74 per ton.
HAY Buying prices, f. o. b. Portland:
Eastern Oregon timothy, $2930 per ton;
Vailey timothy, $2526; alfalfa, $24 024.50;
Valley grain hay, $24&2ti; clover, $21;
straw, $9&10.
' Dairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER Cubes, extra, 41c; prime firsts,
40c; prints, extras, 44c; cartons, lc extra.
EGGS Oregon ranch, current receipts,
39c; candled. 40&41c; selects, 42c per
dozen.
CHEESE: Jobbers' buying prices, x. o. b.
dock. Portland: Tillamook: triplets. 23o:
Young Americas, 24tt per pound; Coos and
Curry, f. o. b. Myrtle Point: Triplets, 23o;
Young Americas, 24o per pound; lonKhorns,
24c per pound; Vo discount to Portland
trade.
POULTRY Hens. 2223c; broilers. 23
26c; roosters, 16fl7c; ducks, geese and tur
keys, nominal.
VEAL Fancy, 16 17c per pound.
PORK Fancy, 23o per pound.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing quotations:
FRUITS Oranges, Valenclas, $7.7508.25;
lemons. $9.5010.30 per box; bananas, 8&
8Vc per lb.; grapefruit. $4.257.75; straw
berries, $2.85 (h 3.25 per crate; cherries, 12tfj)
22c per pound; cantaloupes, $61v6.50 per
crate; gooseberries, 4&6c per pound; apri
cots, $2.132.23; raspberries, $2.50 per cfate.
VEGETABLES Tomatoes. $2.50 ner
crate; cabbage, 2a2c per pound; lettuce.
$2.A0 per crate; cucumbers, $1.25 2 per
dozen; artichokes. 85c per dozen; garlic, 7c;
celery, $3 per crate: peppers, 2535c per
pound; rhubarb, $L251.75 per box; aspara
gus, $2.5U per crate; spinach, &6c per
pound; peas, 8llc per pound; beans. 13c
per pound.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots, $2 per
sack; turnips, $2; parsnips, $L25: beets,
$2.25.
POTATOES Oregon Burbanks, $1$1.50
per nunarea; new caiiiornia, 3s3c per
pouna.
ONIONS Yellow, $1.73 per crate: crystal.
$2 & 2.25 per crate; red. $1.75 per sack.
Staple Groceries.
Local Jobbing Quotations:
SUGAR Sack basis: Fruit and berry,
$7.87; beet, $7.77H; extra C, $7.41 4j;
powdered, in barrels, SB.5itt; cubes. In
barrels, $8.77 M.
NUTS Walnuts, S4H; Brazil nuts, 18
21c; filberts, 2223c; almonds. 1922c;
peanuts, mvioc; coconuia, tx.xv per uozen,
BEANS California lobbing prices: Small
white 14c; large white, 13c; bayou, 10c;
lima, loic; pina. -c uregon Deans, buy.
ing prices: White, Bo; colored, 7c.
COFFEE Roasted, In drums, 1725c
SALT Granulated, $10.75 per ton; half-
ground, 100s, $13.90 per ton; 60s, $17.25
Der ton: aairy. per ion.
RICE Southern head, 9iy 9Ho per pound;
Blue Rose, 8c; Japanese style, 8!(68Ka
DRIED FRUITS Apples. 13"c; peaches.
113r:iuc; prunes, xiaiutn, iiwiac; raisins, 85a
$3 box; dates, dromedary, $a.2o05.5Q box;
currants, ac; uga. a.uwj.ou box.
Provisions.
Local lobbing quotations:
HAMS All sizes, choice. 84c; standard.
33c; skinned, 2jjuc; picnics, 23c; cottage
roll, sic.
LARD Tierce oasis, stanaara pure. 27c:
compounds, Joe.
BACON r ancy, sac; standard. 44e:
Choice.
DRY SALT Short clear backs, 29834c
exports. 81034c; plates, 25 27c
Hops, wooL Etc.
HOPS 191T crop. 14013c per pound: con
tracts, lie
WOOL Eastern Oregon. 35 56c; Valley.
D4 oio per puuuu.
MOHAIR uregon. new cup, 45o ner
pound.
CASCAItA J3AIUV v.ww ana Ola, HunDn
per pouna.
TALLOW no. , ic per pouna; No 2.
12c per pouuu.
Hides and PUts.
H1U M sailed iimea, pounds and UD,
1 ' llP IBILBU IIU9. UU U J II T1 (I a n r
10c; salted ana green Kip, 10 to 23 pounds.
12c; salted ana green, can, iu 10 2o pounds,
vrfn hides. 25 pounds and nn ...-
green stags, 60 pounds and up, 8c: dry runt
hides, 25a; ory Hint can, ac; norsehldea.
$1.25Vl.oO; saiieo. norsemues. SOW4.
PELTS Dry long-wool pelts, 40c; dry
short-wool pelts, 2330c; salted pelts, April
takeoff, ;-
Oils.
GASOLINE Bulk. 21ci engine
bulk. 12c; kerosene, bulk, 10c;
tn224c.
distillate.
cases, 20
LINSEED OIL Raw, barrels, $1.67; cases.
X1.77; Boliea, Barrels, ei.oif, cases, SI. 79.
TERPENTINE In tanks. 65e; cases, 75a
New York Hugar Market.
NEW YORK. June 10. Raw sugar steady.
Centrifugal. 6.005. Refined steady; cut loaf,
8 95c; crushed, 0. oc; mould "A," 7.95c
cubes. 8.20c; iXXX powdered. 7.65c
powdered, 7.60c; fine granulated and dla
mond "A," 7.45c; confectioners' "A," 7.86c
No. 1. 7.30c.
Cotton Market.
NEW YORK. June 10. Spot cotton quiet.
Middling, 29.70.
STOCK. HI HEAVY
Seventy-Three Loads Are Re
ceived at North Portland.
DAY'S TRADE IS ACTIVE
Cattle Are Strong Feature or Local
Livestock Market Premium
Paid for Strictly Fine Steers.
Sheep AVeak, Hogs Steady.
There was an active market at the North
Portland yards yesterday with a run over
Sunday of 73 loads. The strength of cattle
was the feature of trading. Half a dozen
head of prime Shorthorn steers, shipped In
by C. A. Buckley, from Grass Valley, sold
at $15.10, a premium of a dime over the es
tablished market. The bulk of steer sales
were at $14.33 to $14.50. Two sales of hogs
wero reported at 17. with the malorltv of
sales at $19.75 to Xlo.SU. The tuv tuna of
last week In the sheep market continued. A
bunch of 400 head of wethers brousht Su
and the best price realized on lambs was
$16.23.
Receipts were 1352 mttla. 4S ralvpi 15IW1
hogs and 26(4 sheep. Shippers Were:
With hOKS li. Mitchell. Jnaenh 1 In-
Coats & Buchanan. Pecabo. Idaho. 1 load:
W. S. Farr, Condon. 1 load.
Cattle C. White, ttnlim 1 rt w
Luce. Orland. Cal.. 2 loads: W. J. Henry.
Willows. Cal.. 1 load: B. S. Claridco.
Oswego, 4 loads; Z. Burres, Wasco, 2 loads;
Bruce Keyt, Grass Valley, T. load; J. A.
Morgan. Condon, 3 loads: E. Heckler. Mau
pin, .1 load: V. - E.- Graham. Elsln. 1 load:
Ed Coles. Haines. 1 load: L. H. Morelock.
Joseph, 2 loads-; M. Shaw, Prescott, Wash.,
load; J. E. Tones. Milton. 1 load: J. W.
Toner, 1 load; Couper Bros., Welser, 2 loads;
SJ. Prensh, Heppner. d load: W. J. Hum.
mlns. Pomaroy, 1 load; Blakely A Plough,
Cove Creek, 1 load; K. 1.. Fleming. Maupin.
load; C. It. Belshee. Moro. 1 load: J. M.
Smith, Blalock, 1 load; B. Zedwlck, Cor-
allls, 1 load; J. J. Petterson.. Carlton. 1
load; E. R. Hanson. Roseburic. 1 load: May-
berry A Stewart. Brooklyn. 1 load; J. M.
McFadden. Corvallls, 2 loads.
With sheep K. Newman. Arlington. 2
loads: H. A. White. Roosevelt. 1 load: J.
M. McFadden, Alrlie. 1 load: C. S. Jobe,
Coming, Cal.. 1 load.
With mixed loads Georxe Kohlhagen.
Rose burg. 5 loads cattle, and sheeo: J. L.
Brings. Carlton, 1 load calves, hogs and
heep; W. A. Leaper. Yoncalla, 2 loads cat
le and sheep; A. M. Johnson. Nyssa, 1 load
cuttle, calves, hogs and sheep; R. Newell,
Madras, 1 load cattle and hogs; Christ A
Wood, 1 load cattle, calves, hogs and sheep;
F. Adams, Cambridge. Idaho. 1 load cattle
and hogs: J. W. Chandler, Imbler, 1 load
cattle, calves and hogs; O. E. Gorsllne, Jo-
eph, 1 load caxtle and hogs; L. L. Miller,
Nampa, 1 load cattle and hogs; J. L. Wells,
ayette, I load cattle and sheep; Farmers So
ciety of Epity, Nampa, 1 load cattle and
hogs; FIsk A Wei bourne, Parma. 3 loads
hogs and sheep: H. L. McFadden, Harris
burg, 2 loads hogs and sheep; George Looet.
The Dalles. 2 loads cattle and hogs; F. Dlck-
erson, Welser, 1 load cattle and hogs; C. A.
Buckley, Grass Valley. 1 load cattle and
hogs; J. M. McFadden, Corvallls, 1 load hogs
and sheep.
The day i sales were as follows;
Wt. Price.l Wt. Price.
21 cows. . .
1025 $10.5015 y'rllngs. 87 $ 9.50
4 steers. .
2 steers. .
i( H.uu l ewe no 9.O0
745
7.0o;2U lambs..
7.50400 wethers
n. 30122 steers. . .
13.7ft 3 steers. ..
11.001 1 steer
4.5022 steers. . .
8.50,25 steers. .
67
13.50
9.00
14.00
11.00
14.00
14.33
14.50
14.50
8.51)
15.10
15.00
12.00
9.00
14.50
13.O0
10.50
4.75
6.00
10.00
7.00
11.00
8.50
8.O0
8.00
11.O0
9.00
4.00
8.00
8.00
8.0U
10.60
5.75
10.00
6.50
8.00
9.00
7.25
6.00
10 cows. . .
7:12
80
1138
29S
757
90s
1570
63!)
948
977
815
970
lllO
910
842
6I'5
M0
950
lh2
1280
942
10411
1137
110O
1 1)45
1030
1195
15911
1013
995
K25
lOtt
737
773
T83
850
580
334
944
' 7R0
693
10t0
930
804
11 3)
790
200
242
880
190
186
114
193
1 9(1
30U
293
232
2113
192
192
240
1S7
90
55
62
109
94
1131
920
1300
1112
1298
1010
893
1370
1480
910
752
1110
1010
1000
845
940.
1040
' 925
1026
10.-.3
8 60
950
1100
10l)O
640
675
968
1320
1045
12O0
1104
580
B30)
770
700
690
840
550
820
1570
1780
803
1540
1XN0
1490
210
173
180
J 54
650
674
119
180
842
210
183
135
76
73
84
5
164
143
1116
151
1 cow. . . .
2 steers. .
4 calves. .
4 cows . . .
6 steers.
5 steers. .
1 bull
6 heifers.
4 cows. . .
1 l.noi 1 steer.
8.001
7.5c)i
U.II0
9 steers.
6 steers.
1 steer. .
3 steers. .
19 cows. . .
8.25
2 steers . .-
1 steer. . .
2 steers. .
1 steer. . .
5 steers . .
2 mixed. .
1 cow ....
2 cows. . .
4 calves. .
1 bull .
11.001 4 steers. .
13.50120 steers. .
13.O0
9.25
7.0O
5.00
5.00
1 steer. .
1 cow. ..
2 cows. .
1 cow. . .
1 cow. . .
3 cows. .
3 cows. .
4 cows. .
2 cows. .
4 cows. .
1 cow. ..
1 cow. . .
1 cow. . .
4 cows. .
3 cows. .
9.0OI
10.OO
7.25
11 cows. . -
10.50
10.50
6 cows . . .
22 steers. .
13.
1 cow ....
2 stags. ..
3 steers. .
10.50
10.50
12.O0i
14.35
IS steers. .
1 bull
3 cows. . .
2 cows. . .
2 cows. . .
3 calves. .
4 cows. . .
4 cows. . .
2 cows. . .
1 cow ....
1 heifer. .
6 calves . .
7 cows. . .
1 steer. . .
2 heifers.
2 cows. -.
1 cow . . r.
!2 cows. . .
1 cow ....
9 cows. . .
8.301 1 cow. ..
8.50122 cows. .
9.001 3 cows. .
10.00
7 cows. .
10. OU
5.75
7.00
8.00
5.50
7.50
6.90
6.00
U.25
7.25
9.23
7.30
2 heifers. .
1 heifer. ..
1 heifer. ..
1 heifer. ..
1 heifer. ..
1 heifer. ..
1 heifer. ..
1 heifer. ..
1 bull
1 bull, .v ..
8 bulls
1 bull
9.00
8.00
7.60
8.00
8.10
6.75
7.00
9.00
7.60
11.00
7.00
T.OO
10.60
8.00
7.50
16.75
16.00
10. 00
16.85
17.00
15.75
16.23
16.00
10.25
15.75
7.23
7.25
1O.00
9.00
8.75
1 bull
10.001 1 bull.
6.00
1 calf
14 hogs. . .
1.C5
16.75
15.75
16.75
6 calves. .
1 cair
5 calves . .
12 hogs. . ..
hOKfl. . ..
.14 hogs
09 hogs. . ..
33 hogs. . ..
14 mixed. .
10.501
7 mixed. .
15
M42 hogs. . .
47 hogs. .
16301 1 hog.
H hogs
1 hog. . . .
K hogs. . ..
2 hogs. . ..
10.50 5 hogs
14.5DI 2 hogs. . . .
15.30:110 hogs...
16.35,19 hogs. . . .
1B.50I121 lambs..
16.75117 lambs...
16.9)iU6 lambs..
111.50120 lambs. ..
17.00103 ewes
6.50121 ewes. . . .
15.25112 ye'rllngs
15.251 6 wethers.
10.00
10 hogs
41 hogs. . ..
91 hogs. . ,
5 hogs. . ..
4 hogs. . ..
3 ewes . . .
4 lambs. .
16 lambs. .
6 y'rllngs
Prices current a
1 tne local yards
are as
follows:
Cattle Prices:
Prime steers $14. 00"j 15.00
Good to choice steers 12.50 013.60
Medium to good steers ......... 11.OO0L2.OO
Fair to medium steers 10.30'n 11.50
Choice cows and heifers 11. 004912. 00
Med. to good cows and heifers. 7.009 9.00
Canners 4.0( 6.00
Bulls 8 50 a 10.00
Calves 8.50011.50
Hoks
Prime mixed 16 75 & 17. 00
Medium mixed 16.75 '9, 16.83
Rough heavy 16.00 016.10
Pigs 15.50 0 16.00
tsheep
East-of-mountaln lambs
16.50017.00
18.00M 16.60
10.00 -g 11.00
10.00W 10.50
. 7. 0009.50
Valley lambs
Yearlings
Wethers
Ewes
DESTINATIONS OF STOCK
LOADED
Livestock
Shipments En Route to Leading;
Markets or Country.
Destinations of livestock loaded June 8.
Double decks counted as two cars):
Cattle, Horses.Mlxed
Calves. Hogs. 8heep.Mules.Btock.
Baltimore 42
Boston 6
Ruffalo 80
.... 1
2 6
12 76
4 ....
14T 22 23
1 16
S .... 38
18
S 8
2 .... 2
17
14 1 1
62 1 8
8 3 ....
7 14
:::: " i
2 i
""a "i
1 18
8 4
1 2 84
. 12
! 10
4 a
f::2 :::: ::::
221 47 4
'628 102 856
487 123 270
446 87 406
Cedar Rapids
Chicago 213
Cincinnati J6
Cleveland 12
Detroit
East Pt. Louis.. 118
Fort Worth 11"
Indianapolis ... 36
Jersey City 1
Kansas city . . . 197
Los Angeles ... J
Louisville 22
.Mason CKy ... .-
New York 7;
Omaha -4
Ottumwa J-
Peoria
Pittsburg "
Portland. Or. . . 2
St. Joseph 6
St. Paul 24
an FranclscO -. 11
Seattle 7 '
Sioux City .....
Sioux Falls 4
Spokane . 4
Tacoma
Various
Totals If 31
One week s.go..l69
axo.1424
u... origins of livestock haded June 8
Cattle. Horses.Mlxed
Calves.Hogs.Shep.Mules.Stock.
For
Portland
California
10
Oregon
10
T"t"l Portland.
One week 'ago. .
Four weeks ago ,
For Seattle
California
20
2
38
28
31aho
Washington . .
Tt'l Seattle..
One week ago. .
Four weeks ago
1
1
10
10
Chicago Livestock Market.
CiUCAUO, June 10. iioga itceipu Zi.-
000, steady to strong, compared with Satur-
day's close. Bulk of sales, $l.60)l.8fi;
top, $16.95; heavy butchers,
medium and light butchers,
heavy packing. $16.15016.45;
mixed packing, $16.43016.60;
15.85; light, $16. 75 Q 16.96;
$16. 53 a 16.05
$l.70t( 18.85:
medium and
rough, $15.50
pigs, $16.50
4f 16.90.
Cattls Receipts 14.000, active and stcsdy
to strong. Butcher stock steady; beef cat
tle, prime, $16.75 017.76; common and mixed,
$12.25016.25.
Sheep Receipts 13.000, slow, mostly 25
cents lower. Shorn lambs, $17.40917.75; me
dium and good, $16017.23; ewes, $14,250
14.60.
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA. June 10. Hogs Receipts 16.300.
market 10c to 15c lower. Heavy, $16,500
16.60; mixed. $16.55 0 16.65; light. $16,630
18.70: pigs. $12016; bulk of sales, $10.33
0 16.63.
Cattls Receipts 7300. market steady. Na
tive steers. $12.50017.75; cows and halters,
$9.75014.50; -Western steers, $9014.50;
Texas steers, $9012.50; cows and heifers,
$7.50010; canners, $7.75 0 9.75: stocksrs and
feeders. $8il3: calves. $8013.25; bulls,
stags, etc.. $8 012.50.
Sheep Receipts 4O00. market SS cents
higher. Wethers. $14.60017; ewes. $10.30
013.65; lambs. $16020.20.
MARINE STOCKS STRONG
OTHER WALL-STREET ISSL'ES HAVE
DOWNWARD TENDENCY.
Resumption of Gem a Dr!v and Slgrna
of Submarine Activities Arc
Leading- Market, Factors.
NEW
YORK. June 10. Transactions in
stocks
shares,
month.
today barely aggregated 375.000
tha smallest turnover In almost a
Trading was restricted to the more
Issues and bullish Initiative was
popular
lacking.
Resumption of the German drive In the
direction of Paris and Indications of con
tinuance of enemy U-boat activities In near
by waters were the principal factors In giv
ing pause to the market.
Domestic Influences contributed to the
general apathy, the decrease of about 400.
000 tons reported by the United States Bteel
Corporation In unfilled orders for May some
what exceeding estimates. United States
Steel moved listlessly within a narrow ra
dius and closed at 1 point loss. ,
Kails were a negligible quantity, some of
the high-grade shares remaining in com
plete obscurity, but shippings were firm to
strong. Marine preferred making an extreme
gain of 2 points and Atlantlo ec Gulf
1 points.
Call money eased perceptibly on last
week's strengthening of bank reserves and
time funds for the shorter periods were In
better supply.
Railway tonnage at Western centers fell
Off SliahtlV and bUHlnan In t hn.. a,-, Inr, m
) Is waiting on an expansion of transporta
tion facilities.
Liberty bonds yielded pert of lest week's
recovery and Paris as rallied, but other
internationals were Irregular. Total Bales,
par value, aggregated $6,260,000. Old United
States bonds were unchanged on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Closing
bid.
65 ft
44ft
79V
2ft
74S
109 ft
98ft
15ft
62 ft
83 ft
197
64.
21 ft
1S
143 ft
64 ft
66it
42
92
24
86 ft
47
40
62 ft
3(1 '
67
13ft
141
127
89 ft
81
96
4Sft
104 i
27ft
a:.K
18ft
31
115
26
98 ft
27 ft
23 ft
Am Beet Sugar.
American -Can..
Am Car A Fdy.
American Loco..
Am 8m A Refg.
Am Sugar Retg
Am Tel A Tel
Am Z L A S. .. .
Anaconda Cop...
Atchison
At O W I S S L
Bait A Ohio...
Butte A Sup Cop
Cal Pet
Can Pac t .
Central Leather
Chespke A Ohio
Chi, M t Si P...
Chi A Northwest
200
Sou
148ft
66
146
63 ft
88S
394
61
80
67 ft
i-ii"
126ft
200 43
C R I A P ctrs
Chtno Con
soo
23
37
'io'
62
no '4
68
14214
127ft
1.200
Col Fuel Iron
Corn Prod Refg.
Crucible Steel . . .
POO
800
Cuba Cane Sugar 1.4O0
Distiller's Bee 4,100
Erie
Gen Klec 400
Gen Motors 400
Gt North Pfd
Gt North Ore ctrs 2.500
Illinois Cent
Inspiration Cop. 1.100
Int Mor Mar Pfd40.100
Inter Nickel 700
Inter Paper
BlT 81ft
48ft
303 '4
27
48ft
102
27ft
Kan City South
Kennecott Cop
1.200 31ft 31ft
Louis A Nash
Maxwell Motors
Mexican Pet.... -1.900
Miami Cop. . . .'.
Missouri Pac 1.200
Montaaa Power
Nevada Cop.... 400
N Y Cent 400
N Y, N H H 1,000
Norfolk A West
Northern Psc
Pacific Mall
3
2314
20"
71ft
41ft
93
" 2814
20
71ft
41
19ft
71ft
1H
102 ft
8 ft
28 ft
43ft
6ft
23
87
88ft
15ft
m
148ft
120ft
122
9714
109 ft
79
23 ft
Pennsylvania .. 600
48 ft
61ft '
'88ft
84
82ft
23ft
45
149
120ft
122ft
9Hft
109-4
79,4
43 ft
60
87ft"
83 ft
"sift
23
44
14S
120ft
122
97ft
l9ft
78ft
Pittsburg Coal. . 1,700
Ray Con cop
Reading 7.900
Rep Iron A Steel 1.100
8hat Arls Cop -.
Southern Pacltic .mo
Southern Rail.. 1.10O
Studebaker Corp 6,100
Texas Co 200
Union Pacific. . . 30O
U fi Indus Alcoh 4"0
U S Bteel au.inu
U 8 Bteel Pfd.. 4o
Utah Cop o"
Wab Pfd
Western union . v
POft
.. 4114
shares.
Westlngnse .iec..... .
Total sales for the day,
BONDS.
275,000
V B ref 2s reg..9j
do coupon ....98
U 8 8s reg "
do coupon ....99ft
U 8 4s reg 10514
do coupon ...'lOSft
Atch gen 4s 80ft
D A R G ref 5s 52ft
NYC deb 6s... 04ft
N P 4S "O
N P 3s 58ft
Bid.
Pac T T 5s..
Pa con 4fts ....
U P 4s
IT S Steel 6s....
8 P cv 5s
Anglo-Fr 6s ,.,
U R Lib Sfts..
Oft
6 ft
85ft
97 ft
90
lft
,99.66
U S Lib 1st 4s.
.95.20
U 8 Lib 2.1 4S..P5.18
U S Lib 4fta 87. SJ
Mining Storks at Boston.
BOSTON, June 10. Closing quotations
Alloues . .
Arls Com
60
N Butte
15ft
. 13
. 67
.433
. 11
. 44ft
. 8
. 4ft
. 64
. 5ft
. 61 ft
Old Dom
-Isceola
3ulncy
Sup A Boston..
Shannon
Utah Con
Winona .......
Wolverine
Granhy Con . . .
Oreene Can .. .
44
46
69
2ft
vt
4ft
26 ft
74 ft
40 ft
Calu A Ariz..
Calu A Hecla.
-'entennlai ...
Cop Range ..
K Bptte
Franklin
Isle Rnyalle .
Lake Cop
Mohawk
Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW YORK. June 10. Mercantile paper,
four and six months. 6 per csnt.
Sterling. 60-day bills, $4.7214; commercial
60-day bills on banks. $4.73; commercial.
60 -day
bills. $4.71 ft; demand. $4,753-8;
$4,74 1-16. Francs, demand, 6.71ft;
5.70. Guilders. demand, 60ft;
CO. Lire, demand, 9.10ft; cables.
cables,
cables,
cables.
9.08 ft.
nominal.
Rubles, demand, .13 ft; cables, 14.
Bar silver. 99 ft a.
Mexican dollars, 7Tc.
Government bonds heavy
railroad bonds
Irregular.
Time loans steady; 60 days. 6 ft ft;
00
days. 514 fi6; six months. 614 9.
Call money strong: high, 6: low. 6: rul
ing rate, 5: closing bid, 3; offered at 5ft;
last loan. 6ft.
LONDON. June 10. Bar silver, 4 T-8d
per ounce.
Money. 214 per cent. . Discount rates,
short bills. $ft per cent! three months
bills. 3 9-16 per cent.
: Cherry Price still High.
A few lots of early Oregon cherries have
been received, but the demand Is limited be
cause of high prices. Local May Dukes
are quoted at l"15e. California BIngs are
offered at 18922c, Royal Anns at 15B17a
and Tartarlans at 16o. The Milten district
will make heavier shipments In a few days.
coast markets were reponea ny wire ail
f.ll.a.
. Spokane. Express, Washington, 34 crates.
Idaho 15. Market stronger, supplies light.
Washington. Milton district, 24-plnt crates
May Duke. $l.B02; 24-plnt crates Black.
Tartar, $3; Snake River district. Black Ore
gon. $1.26) Hoover district. Rings. $1.60.
vLos Angeles. Approximately 1000 pkgs.
by express, demand and movement mod
crate. Black Tartarian, 10 14c; Blag.
120 140.
Ban Francisco. Supplies adequate, de
mand improving, movement moderate,
market steady. Black Tartarian, 11013o;
Royal Ann. 9 11c.
Butte. Few express arrivals, demand and
movement moderate, market steady, Btngs
20o pound. '
Return of Floor Substitutes.
The following bulletin was issued yester
day by J. W. Ganong. divisional chairman
of the Food Administration, milling divi
sion ;
"Millers must not accept return of wheat
flonr substitutes unless aocompanled with
an amount of wheat flour in the same
proportions as that required by the rules
and regulation when, wheat flour Is gold.'1
Sales. High. Low.
1.110 00 64
1.100 4ti 4H
1.800 79 79
700 63 62 H
" "806 "8 "98
200 1514 16i
2,000 62 2
400 83 H 83'4
900 108 4 106 Sk
CORN PRIGES LIFTED
Chicago Averages Three Cents
Higher and Closes Firm.
:
STEADY -' RISE ALL DAY
Strength Due Largely to Probable
Reduction of Receipts In Near
Future Export Sales or Oats
Estimated 400,000 Bushels.
CHICAGO. June 10. Corn developed nota
ble strength today, owing largely to pros
pective curtailment of receipts. The mar
ket closed firm. 2ftc to Sftc net higher,
with July $1.39 ft to $1.40 and August
$1.40ft. Oats gained fte to lftc. The fln
liih In provisions ranged from 30c decline
to 6c advance.
Upturns In corn prices began soon after
the opening and were first ascribed chiefly
to unfavorable weather conditions, such as
lack of warmth and excessive motsture.
Predictions of generally fair skies ami of
higher temperatures for the next two or
three days brought about a temporary bear
ish reaction, but the readiness with which
offerings were absorbed soon led to a frfi,h
advance.
Oats reflected the changes in corn. Local
Interests were good buyers and It was said
export business amounted to 400,000 bush
els. Big exports of lard and meats made pro
visions average higher. . However, realizing
by longs set in and the flnieh was weak.
Leading futures ranged as follows!
CORN.-
Open. High. Low. Close.
..$l.)6ft $1.40 $ 1.3flS, $1.39ft
.. 1.31ft 1.41ft 1.37ft 1.40ft
OATS.
.. .6ft .68ft .66ft ' .67ft
. . .62 .63 ft .62 .63ft
MESS PORK.
July
Aug.
July
Aug.
July
Sept.
40.83
41.30
..41.25 41.30 41.25
LA RL.
July 24. 25 24.2.-. 24.10
Sept 24.50 24.52 24.32
SHORT RIBS.
July 22.3.1 22.35 22.15
Sept 22.70 22.73 22.55
24 20
24.40
22.65
Cash prices were:
Corn No. 2 yellow. $1.6501.66: No. 3 yel
low. $1.5S&1.03: No. 4 yellow. $1.4or 1.46.
Oats No. 3 white. 75 ft 76ft c;-standard.
7611 77c. -
Rye No. 2. nominal.
Barley $1121.50.
Timothy $5 j; 8.
Clover Nominal.
Pork Nominal.
Lard $23.93.
Ribs $21.75 Q 22. lO.
Primary receipts Wheat. 251. ono vs. 608,
000 bushels l corn, 693. OIH) vs. 823.000 bush
sis: oats. 635.0OO vs. 582.000 bushels.
Shipments Wheat. 33.000 vs. 1.040.000
bushels: corn. 301.000 vs. 684.000 bushels;
oata. 588.000 vs. 770.00O bushels.
Cleanncw Wheal, none vs. 985. nno bush
els: corn. 19.000 vs. none; oats. 398,000 vs.
20,000 bushels. .
-
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, June 16. Flax. $3.S7 9
3.89.
Barley, $1.1091.40. "
Grain at San Francisco.
SANFRANCISCO. June 10. Flour, $10.80
per barrel.
Grain Wheat. Government price, $3.50-
per cental: barley. $2.832.90; oats, white
feed, nominal; corn. California yellow. $3.85.
Hay Wheat and wheat and oats. $23 -1123;
tame oats, $24026: barley. $17q20; alfalfa.
$ 14 18: barley straw. 60 ti 80c.
Meals Alfalfa, carload lots, $303 84; co
coanut, $43.
BAN FRANCISCO I'RODICK MARKET
Prices Current on 1-XK. Vegetables Fresh
Fruit. Kte.. at Bay City.
SAN FRANCISCO, June 10. Butter, 45
6 46ftc.
Eggs Fresh extras, 41c; firsts. 89c; fresh
extra pullets, 89c
Cheese New firsts, 22c; Toung Amer
icas. 25c.
Poultry Large hens. 28ff29c; old roosters,
19'Sf21c; broilers. -34 Si 3.".-: fryers. 4Sc;
pigeons, $2.&0; squabs, 409 43c; geese, 25c;
turkeys, live. 25tii28c
Vegetables Peas. 51i?6ftc; asparagus,
44?7c; Summer squash, 75li83c; egg plant,
8'ulOc; peppers, Mexican green chiles, 10
2c; Mexican bell, lKlt--c: tomatoes. $1,115
01.75; lettuce. 15tf20c; celery. $1.602: po
tatoes. $1 ft 1.40: sweet, nominal; new. 21r
2c: onions, red. $1.103 1.25: garlic. 34s 4c;
cauliflower. 40 60c; beets. $t.504f 1.65: car
rots, $l&h2a: turnips. HA 9 75c; rhubarb.
lb 1.10; cabbage, lft 47 lftc; artichokes, $3
&3.50; cucumbers, 90ri$l; wax beans. 2ff
4c; green beans. 4ti5c; okra, 20c; green
corn, 60 V 65c.
. Fruit Cantaloupes. $4.505: watermelons.
4ftc; lemons. $7.5008; grape fruit. $1.7562;
oranges, Valenclas. $61i 6.50: bananas, Ha
waiian. 74?7ftc; pineapples, $2: applea $3.50
4: straw-berries, $812; cherries, black.
lo?12c; blackberries. $8I0; raspberries,
$1.75tf2; peaches. $1.73; gooseberries, 6itlc:
currants. 554T65C; loganberries. - $10tvll;
apricots, 292.25; figs, $1.7392.25; plums.
$1.75.
Receipts Flour. 8220 quarters; barley,
6023 centals; beans, 5640 sacks; potatoes,
2390 sacks; onions. 285 sacks: hay. 299 tons;
hides. 213 pelts; wine. 155.1O0 gallons.
Cabbage Market Steady.-
The eabltage market was steady and un
changed on California Wlnnlngstadt and
Flat. locals offered at &0c a dozen, with
the quality Improving. Coast markets were
reported by wire:
San Francisco. Supplies adequate. de
mand limited, movement slow. market
steady, 'Wlnnlngstadt, $1.25 per IOO pounds.
Los Angeles. No fresh cnrlot arrivals.
Supplies moderate, demand moderate, move
ment slow, market fair, Wlnnlngstadt. bulk
per 100 pounds, retrlmmed, $1.50&1.75.
Butte. No fresh carlot arrivals. Pup
plies adequate, demand and movement mod
erate, market steady. Vlnningstadt, $2,609
.3 per hundredweight.
Spokane. Oregon one crate arrived by
express. Market steady, Wlnnlngstadt. re
trimmed. $3.6094 per hundredweight; most
ly $3.50; not retrlmmed, $3.2593.50.
Coffee Futures Steady.
NEW YORK. June 10. The market for
coffee futures opened at a decline of 1 to
6 points under a little trade selling or scat
tering llQiildatien with July easing off to
7.96 and December to 8.S1. or 5 to 9 points
net lowe especially after the call. There
was covering at this level, however, and
after the e&rly offerings had been absorbed,
prices steadied. July 8.03r; September.
8.18c;- October, 8.24c; December. 8.35c;
January. 8.41c: March. 8.53c; May. 8.65c.
Spot coffee quiet; Rio 7s. 8 1 - 2c : Santos
4s. 50 7-8c to 11 1-Rc A llitle business was
reported In the cost and freight market. In
eluding sales of Santos 3s and 4s at 10, 1-4C
London r red Its.
The official rabies reported a decline of
125 rels.
Navel Stores.
SAVANNAH. Oa., June 10. Turpentine,
firm. 60c; sales, 22 barrels: receipts. 126 bar
rels; shipment, none; stocks, 23,071 barrels.
Rosin,' firm: sales. 630 barrels; receipts, 857
barrels; shipments, none; stocks. 93.171.
Uuote: B. $8.55; D. $8.558.60: E. F. G. H. I,
$8.557 8.60: K. $8. 30ft 8.00; M. $H.50'S.5;
N. 8.60tf8.76; WQ. $8.754r.I0; WW. $U.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. June 10. Evaporated ap
ples easier. State. 14 "9 16c.
Prunes dull. California, 831414c; Ore
gons. 14ft14ft.c
Peaches quiet. - Standard. 12 12ft c
Choice. 12ft014c; fancy. 13ftei4c
Hops at New Torn.
NEW YORK. June 10. Hops quiet. State
medium to choice 1917, 8&f4Sc; nom
inal; Pacific Coast 1917. 20:0 23c; igin 14
18c.
Oregon Eggs Are Steadier,
The egg market was steady at 39 cents,
case count. Eastern were offered at 37 ty
38 cents, but were not taken readily.
The butter demand was active and prices
were firm.
Very little poultry or dressed meats came
in and Saturday's prices were repeated.
Chicago Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO. June 10. Butter,
Creamery. 34 414 o.
steady.
Eggs Steady. Receipts 19.272 cases; firsts
80 32c: ordinary firsts, 28 4 30c; at mark!
caaes Included, 29lc
Metal Markets. -
NEW YORK. June 10. Metal Exchange
quotes lead firm. Spot, 7.504P7. 62c. .
spelter steady. Bast St. Louis, spot, . 7 35
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7
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tThe unfcold portion of
Denosnla
Due
Price
101. 9S
103.55
104.80
105.69
Yield
Sft'e
6ft
(ftca
$6639. .
7039. .
6039. .
639. .
.July 2,
19
20
Actual value (officially estimated)..
Assessed valuation, 1S17
Bonded debt
B
Actual value of property Improved, estimated S0S.B00
Assessed valuation of property Improved Ijand $111. IdA
Improvements 111.400 J?3.6SO
Improvement bonds. . ....$71.SS0
These Boede Are the General Obllsratloa of Sam Mates
Fan Mateo (population 6000 is the center of the "PenlnBtrla District." Pan
Francisco's finest suburb, the foremost residence community in California.
Eatlrelr Eae
Ca'.l or Phone for Descriptive
LUMBERMENS TRUST COMPANY
LUMBERMENS
UILOINO
Capital and
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
Hlrtha.
THOXEY To Mn, and Mrs. Joseph I.
Thoney. 400 Uarrabee. May 28. a son.
MALONKT To Mr. and Mrs William F.
Maloney. 1017 East Twenty-sixth. June 2.
a (laughter.
Du.NALDSON To Mr. and Mrs. Willism
A. Donaldson. 634 Kills. June 2, a daughter.
JA.VKTT To Mr. and Mrs. Albert Janett.
892 East fifteenth. June 5. a son.
I.AHSON To Mr. and Mrs. Alec Larson.
112 Hawthorne avenue. June 1. a son.
STAN'.1 HKKK1' To Mr. and Mrs. Chester
Edgar stanslrry. 614 Morgan. June ft. a
daughter.
DKNNER To Mr. and Mra Jacob Denner.
838 Ninth. June 7. a son.
INr.LKFlELP To Mr. and Mrs. Herbert
I. . Inglefleld, 1904 East Yamhill. June 6. a
daughter.
KANE To Mr. and Mrs. John M. Kane,
1043 East Sixteenth, May 20, a son.
Marriage Licensee.
SMITH-SMITH i. N. Smith. 33. city, end
Mildred E. Smith. 29. 650 Clackamas street.
B1KLEMEVKK-UVE.NDERK M. A.
Blelemeyer, 20. 23 North Twentieth street,
and Pauline IX Lavendere. 21, 289 Tenth
street. .
SCH REEDER -KNIGHT Goodson Schree
der. 23, 1214 Holg.ite avenue, and Nora
Knight. 21. same address. .
ALLKN-PltHCE Wilbur C Allen. 20. As
toria, or., and Klsle Price, 21, Hotel Rainier.
''uhlFFIN-C.ARDNER Charles H. Orlffin.
3. l.a Urande. Or., and Mrs. Dora Gardner,
31. 095 East Pine street.
GAliLT-fTOKM Henry M. Oault. 23.
Medforil. Or., and May Storm. 21. Alton
apartments, city. ,
KEARNEY-VANFLEET Frank U Kear
ney. 21. 1179 Missouri avenue, and Isabell M.
Vanfleet. 19. 420 Fargo street.
BAI.A8CO-MOL.INE Splro Ralasco. 26. 2J
Kurnslde street, and Anna Moline, 18, 11
East Twelfth street North.
CAK7EH-HALL Carl R. Carter. 22. 876
East Ankeny street, and Sarah Bessie Hall,
17. 529 Johnson street.
DAVIDSON-DILLS Lyman Davidson. B0.
175 North Seventeenth street, and Omie
Dills. 211. same address.
ROBERTS-SMITH Theodore H. Roberts.
26, llrltlal Veil. Or., and Winifred H. Smith.
18, simie address.
STEWART-UEWIS Salmon C. Stewart.
legal, Lebanon. Or., and Lulu X. Lewis, le
gal. Hotel Portland, city.
Vancouver Marriage Licenses.
STAMPER-KINCHOFF Frank J. Stam
per, legal, of St. Louis. Mi, and Valeska
Ktnchoff, legal, of Remsen, Iowa.
SOININE.N-PALO Walno M. Soinlnen.
25. of Astoria. Or., and Hllma M. Palo, 19,
of Astoria. Or.
HL'Ml'HEKYS-ORl'OL Nlckolos Hum-
pherys. 38. of Portland, and Mrs. Vlolst
M. Oruol. 21. of Portland.
GREEN-PATTON Charles O. Green, 84.
of Ponlsnd. and Mrs. Neva I. Patton. 30,
of Portland.
CL'RRY-KRANTZ Elta C. Curry, legal,
of Portland, and Mrs. Margaret U. Kranix,
legal; of Portland.
ARR ANTS-DA VIS Fred A. Arrants. 87.
of Corvallls. Or., and lona Davis. 19. of
Kankela. Or.
ROUSON-STEINrtOCK James A. Rob
son. 24. of, Portland, and Barbara H. Steln
bork. 18. of Portland.
WORTH INUTON-HAWKINS Oliver W.
Worthlngton. 80. of Portland, and Mra
Marie li. Hawkins, 80, of Portland.
Building Permits.
G E. WILKES Repair residence, 845 East
Stark, between Twenty-seventh and Twenty
eighth street: builder, same: $250.
R (iltAUEN Erect storage room. 710 East
Mohawk, between Keffenden and Seneca;
builder, same: $-S. mm
M. MAKT1N' Kepalr residence. 55 East
Twenty-seventh, between Pine and Osk; J.
II. Newman, builder; $lO0. ..
MIS M. INOCES AND MRS. THOMPSON
Erect residence. On I ClsyOourne. between
East Fourteenth and East Sixteenth; It.
Uordon. bonder: $1.'.(M.
M M MYERS Repair residence. 209 East
Burlington, between Kellogg and Leonard;
builder, same: $50.
EMMA DILLEY Repair residence. 1T52
Davis between Drew and Willis boulevard;
P p. DIUev. builder; $200.
F J LEX MAYER Kepalr store and Of
fice 112 Fourth street, between Stark and
Washington: Vanderhod Bros., builders: $8."..
R RKITSMA Erect residence. 5 Lombard
street, between Mississippi and Minnesota:
builder, same: $20.
DRAFT EVADERS MUST GO
"Slacker Marriage" Cases In AVash
tnston Overruled.
SEATTLE. Wash.. June 10. (Spe
cial.) More than 75 per cent of the al
leged "slacker marriage" cases auto
matically appealed from the decisions
of the local boards granting deferred
classification have been overruled by
District Board No. 1. according to the
statement of Secretary R. L Proctor to
day, and the registrants have been
placed in Class 1.
"Slacker marriages" so-called are
marriages of draft ellgibles contracted
since May 18, 1S17, the date of the pas
sage of the draft law.
An investigation Inaugurated some
tlm ago by tlovernmont Appeal Agent
Aa Important New York stock and
bond house will require on July 1st
the services -of a local hlghe-grade
ciiMtomers manager with etahlihet
clientele. All replies will he eonslil
ered confidential. State age, experi
ence and salary expected. Adilre
"II. M.," P. O. Box Sit. New York
City.
and offer
ei dl s
71t0 aerial 1 to 10 yearn)
89 SlOO S250 SSOO 81000
Due
.July X.
Price
196.10
107.19
107.24
Yield
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$t9...
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24
25
SS.750.PQO
sttstiaiii S.S 1 , 8 I 0
171.025
Circular.
Brosdwsy 6M. A 2066.
surplus $600,000
FlrTH AND
STARK
T. J. Lv Kennedy resulted In the dis
closure that many boards had granted
deferred classification to all married
registrants, irrespective of the date of
marriage.
Pension Bill Approved.
WASHINGTON. June 10. President
Wilson today signed the bill providing
a minimum pension of $30 per month
for all Civil War veterans.
HALL & COMPANY
BUT AND SEL1.
Railroad
Public Utility
Industrial
Municipal
BONDS
YIELDING
5. to 7
Foreign Government Loans
Local Securities
Preferred Stocks
Lewis BIdg. Portland, Or.
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FACTS NO. 270
WHY THEY
ARE WITHOUT
ll- More than ?.ftnn flnn
If rural patrons, or about
l.oOO.OGO heads of fam-
llles. are not provided
with mall facilities he-
cause, owing to the
2 Impassable state of
the roads where they
live, it Is Impossible
to give them the bene-
V
9
ll- rit of rural delivery.
II To remedy this these
Ml highways should be
II paved with
BITULITHIG
fill WARREN BROTHERS CO.,
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TRAVELERS OCInK.
S. S. ROSE CITY,
SAILS S P. M. WEDNESDAY. June 1.
for
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