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SATURDAY, MAY 11, 1907.
THE MORNING ASTORIAN, ASTORIA, OREGON.
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Latest Quotations In the Portland
Compl.t Market Report Corrected
ttoh Day, Giving the WholMnU
rVI of CommodHle, Firm Pro
duo and Vogotabloa.
PORTLAND, My 10. Orofon her
rlea, from the RnooUuri and other
districts In the south. ar coming In
frly. but dbljmi.mln r not yet li
enough to make them cheep. They
oil at IS ccnia a pound.
IMc; cow, i 9 lc: tor, I 0 7o
mutton, mdlum alto, I 0 10c; large
T C lc
' nh halibut, IMc: black cod, to
black baai, por lb lie; atrlp4 be,
lie; horrlng, lo; flounder, lo; catn.h
1lc; hrlmp, 10c; prch, lo; oturgeon
II l-Io; tea trout. Ho; IIvrl Je,
frown, lc; Meolhead, 11c; torn cod
Poultry Old roolrf, I lOo; ben.
7c; melt, lc; Chinook salmon, 11 1
; Oyster Bhoalwster bay, per g.il
Ion, 1121; per ack, 14.50; Toko Point.
11.10 per 100; Olympla, 120 lb
Olymplae, per gallon, till.
Clam Hardshell, per bos, 12-40; ra
lor clam 12 por bos.
Tb following ar quotation ruling
la Portland a rportd by Jobber In
tb varloue line:
Grain, Flour, Food
WBt-C1ub, Tl O 7lo; ValUy, 70
9 H e; bluMtom, 74 0 78c; red, 71a
Flour Hard wheat patent, till,
tralght, 11.10; grabam, 11.71 C 1411;
rye, It; whol wheat flour, 14.00 O I4.
II; ValUy -flour, M il 9 11.71; Dakota,
11.40 O 1.10; EaMorn Rye, 11.40; pill
rury 11.20; Conrallli, 11.11.
Oat-WhlU. 121; gray, 121.10.
Corn-Whole. 15; cracked, 111 Per
lUrl.v Browlni. 121 9 tit; food
J1 O Hi rolled, I2S.I0 C 14.10.
Ryo 11.41 0 1.10 por cwt.
nay-Valley, timothy, til 0 II;
Eaatern Orgon, 111 9 II; Clovr, 7
9 T.B0; cheat. 17 9 7.50; alfalfa, ill..
10; rln. hT, 17 O li Yoh, 7.50 O
Buckwheat 121 por ton.
Mlllstuft-. Middling. US; chop,
til; bran, 117: rtort, 110.60.
Cral foodsRolled oat, cream, 10
lb. lacks, 17; lowvr graJo, 11.50 O l
50: oatmeal stool cut, 45-lb. ack.
tl bbl; I lb. aacka, 14.21 per bale; oat
mut IrmunAA Id. lb. lack. 17.80 Dr
t.t.1 , O.lh aanlru II na halo! IDlIt Dml
WUh .-..v. ".i.i i, - W ' w
t4.ll por 100-lb. acki; IB-lb. boxea,
tl.tl; pearl barley, 14 por 100 lb.; tl
tb. box, 1115 par box; paltry flour,
10 lb, Mcka, till por bbL
Grain baft Foreign and domeitlo,
1 1-4 cnta.
J Fruit. '
Tropical fruttn-Bananaa, lo por
Bound; pineapple, 14.80 9 8.80 por
dot en; lemon, 11.60 9 4.00 bos; or
angee, 11.15 9 11.00; trap fruit, 14.80
crU; llma,',7B6 Ji 11.11 par 100; tan.
grnoi $1.75 por be'"'
Domtlo fruit Apple, common.
150 O $1-00; fancy, 11.80 O M0 box;
cranberrle, $10 9 U bbL
I . Vegetable.
Potato L 9 1.10 per cwt.
Cabbage, lb, I 1-1 O to; Cauliflower,
11.50 per crate; parsley, !5o per do;
hot homo lettuce, 2 per box; head
40o do; vplnach, I Bo lb.; arti
choke,, 75o 9 11.00 'per doien; pea,
12 l-2o lb.; celery, I3-.75 9 4.00 por
crate; okra, $1.75; eprouta, lo lb.; to
matoes, Mexican, 12.26 & 12.75;, aipar
agui, 12 l-2o lb.; rhubarb, 7o lb,; cu
cumber, 12 and 12.60 dosen.
, Onion 75o too.
Turnip Per wck, tl 9 $1.15; car
rot, 1 and 11.25; beet, $1.2 O 11.50;
horseradish, 7 1-1 9 $o lb.
Froth Moat and Flah.
Freah moat Veal medium, 75 to
100 lb., $08 l-2o; 100 to 160 lb. 7
l-2o to lo.; 150 to 200 lb IOI l-2ci
200 lb, and over, 1 1-1 9 l pork, IM
9 lo; heavle, 7 O lo; boof, bull, t 9
Butter Country creamery, II 9 II
o; city creamery, 27 l-Io; etoro, 20 O
21c; butter fat. 16c.
Ecg Oregon ranch, 19a a doien.
14 9 14 1-Jc; fryor 11 9 17o; broil
or, 12 9 2Sc; dreeaod atock, 10 11-1
c; higher than live; duck, 11 O llo;
turkey, It O 14c; Drowod, 14 O 16c;
geo, live. I O lc; dreeeed, 10 O 11c;
pigeon, II O 160; iquaba, $1 O $1
Cheeie Toung America, II 9 11 1-1
o; Oregon full cream flat, II 1-1 O
Honey Dark, 10 1-1 O He; amber,
11 O Ho; fancy white, 14 O He
Hop, Wool, Hid, Etc
t Hop Choice, O .Hc; prima, t 0
I l-2e per lb.
Wool Valley, 21 O lie; Baatern
Oregon, It O H l-2c; aa to ahrlnkag.
Feather OeeM, whit, tl 0 40o;
gee, grey or mixed, 28 O 10c; duck,
whit. IS 0 20o; duck, mixed, It 0
, Mohair- Choice, 21 0 2a
Caecar xagrada, (Cblttlm bark)
6 1-10 1 1-1 ct. par lb.
Beeewax Oood, clean and pur, 12
O 25o per lb.
Tallow-Prlm. 11-10 4 l-lo; No.
1 and grea, 1 O to per lb.
Oregon grap root Per 100 lb., I
KtJe-Dry No. 1, II lb, and up.
per lb., 17 0 19c; kip, No. 1, 17 0 10c;
according to .tie, Dry ulted bull
and tg, on. third lea than dry
flint; low gralei 1-12 O to per lb. leu;
altad tteer, 10 lb, and up, 10 O He;
under 50 lb., iteer and cowl, I 0 10
c; itag and bulla, 7o; klp. 15 to 10
lb., lOo per lb.; calf, 10 to 14 lb, lie;
calf, under 10 lb., 11 O He; green, un
altod, lo por lb, lea; heep1(ln,
hearllng, No. 1, 16 0 He; ahort wool,
No, 1, 40 O 0o each; medium wool,
No. 1, tl O 1,60 each; murrain pelt.
10 to 20 per cent lo; hor hides.
alted, 11.50 to I, according to 1e;
dry, according to alio, tl O 11.25; oolt,
26 O 50o each; Angora, wooted, tOa 0
11.60; goat, common, 16 O 25o each.
Tub, 11 l-4o; 60 II $-4o; 20 12 l-2c;
10 II l-4c; Btandard pur, tierce,
lo I compound, tierce, I l-2c; loaf,
1$ r ;
Vhl Fruit Apple, evaporated,
106 por lb,; mndrled, ck or box,
none; apricot 20c; poachei 1$ 1-Jo;
pear, 1$ 1-Jc; prune, Italian, 4 9 I-
I -2c; French, 4 0 to; Fig, California,
black, 6 l-4e; California white, lc;
Bmyrna, 20c; plum, pitted, (o;
Fig Whit, lb., I 0 7c; black, I 0
t; . ;,v;
rrovlilon Ham, largo 18c; mall,
II l-2c; picnic, 12c; boiled ham'. 25c;
boiled picnic, 20c; breakfast baeon,
fancy, 21 l-2c; English, 17c; dry Ml ted
flhort olear, 12c; back, lie.
Nut Walnut, No. 1, soft shall 170
Ho; No. 1 hard shall II 0 ISo.; al
monds, II O 20c; Alberts lie; Braille,
20c; pecan, 21o; hickory, le; Vir
ginia peanut, I l-2e; Jumbo Virgin
la peanuts, 10c; Japan peanut", I-l-2c;
Chestnuts, Italian, 20c; Italian,
20o ; coooanuts, dosen. It O lOc; pine
nut, 17 l-lo,
Ralln Loot Mutest!, I crown,
o; 2-crown, I l-lo; Bleached sood
less Sultana, 10 0 11 l-lo; unbleach
ed seed lei Bultanas, I 1-lc; London
layor, l-crown, whol boxes of 201b.,
$2.26; t-crown, 12.10.
The Tick of a Watch
QrocerU, Provltlon, Eto.
Sugar, ack bnalcD. O, $4.02 1-2
Golden C, $4.11 1-1; extra C, 14.41
1-2; powdered, $6.02 1-2; cube, $5.27
1-2; beet, $4.72 1-1; fruit sugar, $4.-
92 1-2; box, 60 ct. cwt advance over
sack baai (les l-4o If paid for In flf
Bean v Small white, t t-4o; large
white, t 1-lc; pink, to; bayou, 4 l-2o;
Lima, 6 l-2o; Mexican red, 4 S-4o.
Coffee Mocha, 14 0 28o; Java, fan
cy, 26 0 Z8o ; Java, good, zo ss zo;
Java, ordinary,1 17 0 20o; Costa Rica,
fancy, 1$ 0 20o; Costa Rica, good, 12
O 18o; Arbuckle, 16.81 cwt; Lion, 15-
7-8o per lb.; Columbia coffee, 14 l-4c;
Salvador, 12 l-2o;
Dates Odden, 60 lb. boxes, 7c; lib.
package, 8o; Fard., 16 lb. boxes, 11.40
Rico Imperial Japan, No, 1, tt.96o;
Southern Japan, 5 1-4 0 8 l-lo; bro
ken, 4 l-2c; head, fancy, I l-4o; choice,
Lard Kettle-rendered, tierces, llo;
Wlicu the cngngeniont U'tweon Ju
linn Itold and Corlune rhclp wa bro
ken, It wm glvou out, a unuuI in ucb
cases, that It was by mutual consent
But appearance led their frieuda to
bollovo that Reld bid been dUmlMcd
by the lady. lie wa very much catt
down, while die did not appear to ba
a wblt troubled. However, it wa not
lx month after bl supposed disml-
al that Reld became engaged to Sti
The trio were all In the ame et and
oon after Reld' engagement with
Miss Terry met at a bout party aa-
sembled la midwinter at tb country
place of Mr, Ludlow Taylor. Reld
wa devoted to bl fiancee, wblla Mia
rbelp wa receiving marked attention
from a young man named Adam.
There wa universal remark on the
fact that Mr. Reld and Mia Phelps.
having been apparently bound up la
each other, could now each be inter
ested In another person.
Tli bous party wag composed of a
dotea gmeit. One evening when they
bad been frolicking together In the
aw room a Mis Twltcbell suddenly
remarked that ah must bar dropped
ber wtcu. Search wa made, bat the
watch wa not found. It wa pro
posed to March elsewhere, but Miss
Twitcbell declared that abe bad looked
at ber, watch ou coming Into the room
and noted that the bandi atood at
twenty minute after 10. It wa now
twelrt minute later, and during the
Interval ah bad not left the room.
Agnln tbo apartment wa searched.
but with no better result Then 'Mr.
Taylor, looking very grave, eald;
"Tula la the most unpleasant episode
that has ever occurred to me. Miss
Twltcbell's watch has been stolen. To
think that one of my guwts should be
a thief I I cannot but assume that the
theft must have been committed under
a kloptomaulac Impulse. I shall there
for give the thief a chance to return
tbo watch without being known. I
shall turn out the lights for five min
utes, during which Interval be or she
may lay the watch In any place where
It will be noticed.
lie stepped to the electric iwltch and
turned off every light at once, the room
remalulug darkened for Ave minutes.
when the lights were turned on again.
Every one looked about for the watch,
but It was not visible. But one of the
men called the atteutlou of the host to
a bulging pocket In the coat of Reld.
Taylor approached him and took from
tbe pockot a solid silver Inkstand that
had stood on an antique desk.
Reld turned pale, Every eye was
upon- him, aud every oue expected that
If he were searched the missing watch
would bo found. Reld demanded to be
searched, but Taylor would not con
sent saying that no such Indignity
should be offered to a guest In his
house. He himself would Indemnify
Miss Twltcbell for the loss of ber
watch. "Besides. Julian." he said, "If
you wore guilty you might have
got rid of the watch. No, there le
some mystery lu this matter. I bo
Uovo every guest to be Innocent, 1
am good for the loss. Let the mattor
This was easier said than done.
There were various opinions as to
Reld' guilt or Innocence, but of course
he wns a suspected man despite the
fact that Taylor averred that the af
fair was on attempt to throw suspicion
on him aud was very clumsy, Suzanne
Terry drew away from ber tluuce cold
ly, while Corlnne Phelps wos outspo
ken In bis defense. Irene Taylor, a
slater of the host, from the moment of
Reld's trouble devoted herself to him.
The morning after the loss of tho
watch a mnld went to Miss Tnylor and
said she had heard a singular ticking
In tbe room of oue of tbe guests which
she could not place. Miss Taylor went
to th room and listened. She heard
the ticking, but could not tell where It
was. It was loudest near a mantel
over a fireplace, but there wa neither
clock nor watch on tbe mantel.
Listening attentively, Miss Taylor
located the ticking In the fireplace,
then In the chimney. In the flue wa
iheet Iron plate with a trapdoor In
It to paevent a draft through th chim
ney wben there wa no fire on th
hearth, Mis Taylor put ber band
through tli trapdoor, felt about on th
pinto and withdrew ber bond, grasping
a watch. It wa the watch Mlsr
Twltcbell bad loot. ' .
- Corlune Pbelp wa the occupant of
Miss Taylor took til watch to Reld
and told biro where she bud found It.
Reld wa not so surprised a the sup
posed be would lo. 611s Taylor then
scut for her brother, aud Reld wa
asked to give a reason for Mis Phelp
desuiug to Injure hltn, He declined to
do so, and Taylor told him tbat.lt must
b assumed that be bad placed the
watch In ber room for the purpose of
Injuring ber. Reld neither denied nor
assented to the ajjegatlon. The party
broke up, one half believing that Reld
wo tit thief, tbe other half In Mis
Miss Taylor was oue who believed
Impllcltely In Reld's innocence and his
former fiancee's guilt Mis Terry pro
tended to bar tho same opinion, bet
In ber heart was uncertain. . Reld at
one asked to be released of hi en
gagement with ber on account of ber
lack of confidence In bun and was re
lieved. A year later Held married
Mis Taylor and Immediately after tho
wedding took up a package of returned
letter be had written Mis Phelp and
electing one gave It to her to read.
In It be broke hi engagement on the
ground that he had discovered In ber
trait tbaf would send a woman of
lower das to prison.
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except T hurwUy belwveo i'ortlaud ana Astoria
ami way point.
NO WAY POINTS ON SUNDAY
Portland Landing, Alder Stmt Dock
Aatoria Landing, Callendvr Dock
Leave Portland 7:00 fa, tn.; arrive Astoria, 1:30
p. m, Leave Aatoria p.m.: arrive rortland
v:w p. m.
L eave Portland 8 a. m.: trriic Anu ria lp.ru.
ni A, una t p. m.,nmt Hnitio p. ni
Steamer - Lurline
Night Boat for Portland and
Leave Astoria dally except Sunday t
. 7 p. m.
Leave Portland Daily Except 8unday
at 7 a. m.
Qulok Srvle Exoellent Meal
Landing Aatoria Havel Wharf.
Landing Portland Foot Taylor St
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Phono Main 8701.
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tion, remove bilious conditions, improve the digestion,
Create Appetite, Restore Sleep
and; Bring Back Health
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All Counterfeit, Imitations and "Just-aH-ood" are bat
Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of
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tM eumuia Man,, t kuimu, nnn, Mw wm cm.
Choice Wines, Liquor ' Merchants lunch From
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Hot Lunch at all Hour j Cents
' Corner Eleventh and Commercial
TIDE TABLE, MAY
Low Water. . A. M. I P. M.
. Date. h.m. ftlh.m. ft.
Wednesday....'! 9:37 -0.9 9:38 2.8
Thursday 2 10:92 -0.7 10:53 S.i
Friday 311:33 -0.3 11:48 3.5
Saturday 4 12:86 0.1
SUNDAY 5 1:13 3.4 1:49 0.4
Monday- 6 2:28 3.0 2:60 0.7
Tuesday 7 3:39 .3.4 3:48 1.0
Wednesday .. .. 8 4:32 1.5 4:40 1.2
Thursday 9 6:23 1.0 6:28 1.3
Friday 10 6:07 0.3 :10 1.7
Saturday 11 6:43 0.1 6:43 2.1
SUNDAY 12 7:27 -0.1 7:21 2.5
Monday 13 8:02 -0.1 7:52 2:
Tuesday 14 8:33 -0.1 8:23 ' 8. U
Wednesday .. ..15 9:05 0.1 8:52 8.5
Thursday 16 9:38 0.3 9:28 S.8
Friday 17 10:04 0.5 10:04 3.9
Saturday 18 10:54 0.7 11:10 S.'J
SUNDAY 19.11:40 0.9 .........
Monday 20 0:13 3.8 12:31 1.2
Tuesday ..21 1:25 3.4 1:27 1.4
Wednesday .. ..22 2:26 2.8 2:25 1.6
Thursday 23 3:28 2.0 3:24 1.8
Friday 24 4:27 1.1 4:23 1.9
Saturday .. ...25 5:18 0.2 5:15 2.0
SUNDAY 26 6:07-0.6 6:03 3.2
Monday .. .....27 6:661-1.2 6:52 2.4
Tuesday 28 7:441-1.5 7:42 2.6
Wednesday .. ..29 8:33i-1.6 8:32 2.8
Thursday 80 9:24 -1.5 9:28 3.0
Friday . ..8110:171-1.110:31 S.I I
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Tuesday ,. .
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.14 1:38 8.7 2:43 6.t
Astoria & Columbia R. River R; Co
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