The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, November 14, 1904, Image 10

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THE ORBGON 1AILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, MONDAY i BVBKINO, NOVgM 4. ttjtt
COME
Demand for Hop Show
ing an Increase from
All Centera Eggs Up.
TODAY'S MARKETS
Meikle Believes That
High Price of Wheat
Will Help Potato.
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ing, Chicago.
SUB8C8IPTI0K RATES.
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Tha Dally Journal, with Sunday. 6 montha. 7B
Tha Dally Journal. 8 montha ...... 'ft?
TW Dally Journal, with Sunday. S montha. 1.JB
Tha Daily Journal. 8 month! ''"V" L2
Tha Dally .Wnal. with Banday. 1 month.. SB
Tha Daily Joaraal. 1 month
TW Sands- Jrornal. 1 year J'
TW Sunday Jcurnal. moatW
TW Baml-Waakly Journal.
TW !aml Weeklr Journal. I I to 1J.0,r
era twoe. Illustrated. foil market re-
Oft. 1 yaaur ,8U
TW Weakly Journal.
The Weakly Journal. 100 eotnmna of read-
eaS'ui... lllu.tr.ted. tall market
ltUriaaald W ' W t-P
antra, express order, and mail "moajnt. at
acceptable i. 1 a4 -t PfgFjSggj
t. 0. Wat 111. Portia ad, Or.
VIIU J07SBXAL HAT si wtstd.
Twt Jaauaal can be found on .ale at tha to!
jpOT8l. DAHO-Ploneer hook store.
OBCAOO Poatofflea New. company. ITS Daar-
company, tit Seventeenth a treat; J. Hlacx.
Sixteenth and Curtis .treat..
KANSAS CITY-V.n Noy New. compnr.
LOS AKGKUM B F. Gardner. 288 South
Sorlas atreet: OUT A Maine, w vm.
MINNEAPOLIS M. J. K.r.n.ufh. 00 South
NEW TOSK CITT Braat.no .. t'nlon qur.
Qeiiajpi ocoen new. companr.- ... ...
OMAHA Millard Hotel new. atand: Mafeath
Stationary company 1808 Farnnm street.
ALT I. A ICE CITT Kenyon hotel Daw. staad:
Barrow Broa.. tt Weat Second .treat. South.
rTLOtnS Philip Boeder. 818 Loru.t .treat.
Art TaUMCTSCOW. E. Ardln.. P"! Hotel
saw etand; Onldmlt Broa.. M0 Wttar
.treat: rred W Pitt.. 1008 Market treat
SPOKANE WASH John W. Oraham A Co.
TACOMA. WASH. Central piewe company.
racioc
MEETING M0TICE.
fflBB aoswPmaeting of the atock Wider of the
Boaaland A Deer Par Mining company will
W held at the offtce of the company, rnoma
44 and 48 Wa.hlmjtoc bulloinf. Mthea.t
corner of Foorth and Waahlntton "faat.
Portland, Oregon, on Friday, Nor ember 18,
1004, at 10 o'clock a. m.
n imjl rjUIEK. Pre. dent.
Atteat S. W. KING. Secretary.
Portland. Oregon. NoTemher 8. 1004.
. AUCTION SALES TOMORROW.
By Geo Baker A '. Park and Alder itreeta,
t 10 a. m. aale of furnltare. earpat.. ate-,
(ornlablnca of prlrata real deuce Geo. Baker
t.. .wrtlowaac..
WEATHER REPORT.
Weather condition and general for ec. at for
Orecon. W.ahlncton and Idaho There l exl
dence of a oaaart dlaturbancc thla mornlnc
off tW Waablrartoc ooaat. which will mora
rauidly eastward and cauae nlfh amitheaat.
aolftlar to aouthweat, wind, probably reaching
ro at aea. qiu. uu . - ,
u ordered at TI kSipoTT In thla Ha-
Dnrln; 'he laat 34 hour. Ught rain, bare oc
rnrred In the Willamette Tlly and the Sound
raantry and the Indication are that the ralna
ni continue la thla aectlon .luring the neat
day or two, and probably anit.d to Include
the dlatrlcla eaat o tW Caac.de mountain..
Temperature, will continue mild.
MARRIAGE LICENSES.
Jimea Altman. 80: Amelia N. Dunning. 80.
Elmer A. Mllea. 31; Rata O. Sweat. 18, 770
Oetamercla I a tree t.
John P. Colllna. 23: A 111 P. Wheel eaa, 18,
790 Michigan .rang.
BIRTHS.
Noremhar 1L, to Mr. and lira. C. Belangrr 88
Walnut .trrart; . on.
November 10. to Mr. and Mr. Oawild Rlam.
880 Sherman afreet ; a aOn.
Noremher 6. to Mr. and Mr, rharlea J. An
Oerasa, 1844 Barrage atraat; a eoa.
C0NTAOIOUB DISEASES.
Nnrember 12, Mr. Hendrlckaen'. children. S84
Eaat Darla treet; diphtheria. :
Norember 18. Jneepblne Oord.n. 323 Ea.t
Fhret atreet: acarlatlna.
Xotember 12. Edna Kutter. 18 Et Serelilh
meet; acarlatlna.
DZATHS.
Norember 12. ("brlatln. McNeil-Allen. ged 22
Tear., at St. Vincent' hospital: cauae. phtblsla
pnlmonate. Burial at The Dallea. Or.
Korember 11. John Andrew Gram, aged 17
year, at Sarv. Moniaon atreet: c.uae, pulmon
ary tubercaloela. Burial at Menominee. Mich.
November 10, William Thomaa Drennen. r.ged
47 rear, at 188 Patten afreet; can, menln
gltla. Bnrlal at St. Mary' cemetery.
rrematminm on Oregon City car line, near
etlwood: modem eeleotlflo. complete Charge
Adult., 135; children. 825. VUltor. A.m.
to 5 p. m. Portland Cremation aaaodatton.
Poriland Or.
The Edward Hnlman T'ndertaklng company,
funeral director and embalmere. 220 Third
atreet. Phone 507.
J. P. rinley A Boo. funeral director and
emhalmer. h.ee removed to their new ratab
llahment. comer Third and Madlaon (treeta.
Beth phone Mo. t.
Funeral wreath, end cut flower a apaelalty
at Koae City Greenhooae. Twenty-aecond and
Bait Morrlaon. opp. cemetery.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
William L. Wheeler to M. D. Clayton,
north lot 14, block 20, Arbor
Ludaa t
M. Petersen and wife to William
Barker nd wife, lot a, block 16,
Eaat Portland Heights
jr. Irwin sad wife to M. Pollock. Vt
10. block .W, Sunn able
A Harold to W. J. Haaklna, lot ,
block 2. Nortbeeat Portland, lot 1,
thick 12 Olencoo Park
Commercial Traat company to M. K.
Blttner. lot 8. block J, Kern addi
tion Commercial Trust company to T. J.
Klrg, lot 3, block 7. Fllmiheth Irr
Ing' (ddltlon
Origoti eomiMny to C. Cooper, west
A fct lot 2. block D. Kern addl
Uun Oregr.ti eofnpany to H. 11. Kails, lot
34. Mel rln Tract
Oregon company to Northern Cnnntli
Ineeetaaemt Traat. Limited, lota 8
and 4. Mock 2. Logan' addition . . .
Oil goo company to latura Breake. Iota
I. 2 and 2. block 8, Croaler' ad.ll .
Uou
r. B. Holme and wife to M. D. flay
ton. lot 18. block 2D. Arbor Ixsige .
B J OraW and wife to s. H. in lot
I, block ST. Mr Ml lien's addition
J H McMillan and wire to E. J.
OraW. lot 8 and 8. block 27, Mc
Mlllen's .ddltlon
Sheriff ta J. A. F.gerherg. lot 13,
block 10. M aint Tabor Till.
M A Man and wife to M. I. Magae.
1 18x10 feet In block B. Nl.
First addition .
V llllam Neabauer and wife to J.
p.rt.l. eaat TS feet lot 4. block 28.
I's.uthera' addition to ( arutbers ad
dition j
K M F.ilt to f. Orweer. 1-4 Interest
Iota t, 3. 3. 4, 7 and K. block 1.
Kartk Albtn ii":-.'
M . Thompaoa and wife to H. W.
Fries lota 14. Inehtslee. .rts 7. S,
1" 18, block 8, Multoomsk
1 CWtatr and husband to II. I KM is
A alf. tot 8, block 12, M.egly
lUaaUnd estlthvn
Sttseirr i K (guackanW. tot la Irr-
B0
800
1.000
tt
100
1.800
2.128
100
2.290
100
M
assSl aarsaa wail isasssajasal ,
ENGLISH SHORTAGE
IS HELPING HOPS
Official Estimate Gives Year's
Production at Over Quarter
Million Hundred Weight.
ALL BREWERS NOW EAGER
TO PURCHASE SUPPLIES
Wheat and Flour Weaker
Fresh Eggs Quoted Up
Butter Unsatisfactory.
Front Street. Nor. 14 The principal feature
of the Portland wholesale market today are:
Hop market la firmer.
On) potato man not bearish.
Oregon tomato eaon ending.
Freeh meat show no change.
Freeh egg quoted at 30c.
Tone In butter continue weak.
Wheat market 1 weaker.
Dull ton rule In door.
Mop Market Ik Firmer.
There la Dot a alngle bit of weakness In
tW hop market and raw. It any. War are to
te found. Generally apeeklng, the dealer here
on the quiet are talking at 88c hope and hum
of them tlU cling to their opinion that the
market will easily go to 40c. TW demand
from the brewer I showing an Increase both
ftom the eaat and from the continent. The
fact that England had about a half crop add
strength to the market. For England the
official return of the board of agriculture of
the Wp crop for the Tar leu counties during
lists and 1004 .how.:
TiU04. cwt. 1303. cwt.
Kent. Kaet 74.878 88.108
Kent: Middle 82.708 IIB.IM
Kint. Wet Btt.l4 .47M
Hant. S.18T 17.648
Hen ford 14. 1M 41.883
halop 20 JWI
Surrey 2.H1S 1 8.281
Rueeex 27.721 ofl.178
Worn .tar ll.TSf. 2.t.
Other counties 28 874
England this year 383.330 421. 06
A retlew of the a bore report will show more
clearly than an boor' argument that there
n.a a eery abort crop of hop. this eaon In
England and that of necessity tW English end
other European brewer must come to this
country for hop.. As the matter now stands
there rrc cot o many times or nop remaining
in this country unsold and the general opinion
of the trade I that soon a the holidays are
orer tbe market will make s eery uioeu 'eap
rome of the dealer, bowerer. expect an ad
vance before that time.
One Potato Maa Vet BearUh.
There la one potato man at lee.t who hss not
joined the force of tbe War. and W fct now
talking of eery high figures toward the close
of the sesaon. Jt la D. B. Meikle. He mji:
"The high price of wheat and flour thla season
will c.uae a larger consumption than ever In
polavoe and my opinion 1. that there will W a
general advance all along tW Una from one
end of the country to the other, late In the
season.'" la thla market potato. Wee
fr-lrly good demand from city dealers, bat
outside of this then la nothing doing. One
dealer reports tW parr ha ss of two ear at. 80c
f o b. country, and will hlp to tW north in
at. ad of the noutb. The demand from this
quarter, bowerer, In not vary large and It will
not take long to nil np. There la a vary
good demand for onions but supplies are light
on account of the holding by tbe growers.
Price the ftam.
Tans) In WWet and Flour Doll.
With tower adrlce from tW eaat this morn
ing local earn In wheat week weaker, Wt
n I Hers ware paying the earns quotation. It
tm. auar aallmat.id that on .November 1. 1804.
there were 10,390,000 tmahel of wheat avail
able for milling pnrpoaea on tha Pacific coast,
as jgalnat 7,402,000 bushel the name time a
month ago On November 1, 1004, there were
Tlsthle on tW Pacific era at 104.000 WrraH at
Soar, ss against 100.000 tan el the same
time In October. Tbe eaat U still nibbling for
Soar, but no sale were reported today. Noth
ing 1 doing In the oriental demand.
Freeh Egg. Quoted at SO Centa.
There are but few caae of strictly fresh
Oregon egg now arriving and prices on thla
grade are Arm at 80c, but some Oregon egg.
re going at meraiHe- Eastern egg are mov
ing quite fat at unchanged quotation. Poul
try am red m rair atppiy tor tea nr or me
week and beary receipts are expected during
the wiek. There 1 much mystery aa to
turkeys. Soma of the dialer bellev.' tWt
price will go lower, while others think 20c
will be reached. Thoie la a t sport current that
the large eastern packers will bring In euough
cold storage turkeys to supply the Osllfornls
market, and If thla 1 trne all Oregon supplies
will come to lb I market and prlcea will not
gle ae digf.i. There I a good call for game, but
receipts -along the street are email.
Today , wholesale quotatlona, aa r.vlaed:
wrals. Ft our ana FWC
WITH AT New and old Walla Walla, ma
33c; blueatem. 8a87c; .alley, 87088.
B ABLET Feed. 321.oOV21.70; rolled. 333.00
023.60; brewing. 823.00.
CORN Wlmle. 328.00 per ton; cracked. 323.00.
RYB 81-85 par cwt.
OATS Producer.' price No. 1 whit. 327.00:
gray. 328.00O20.00.
r uuv Bb uern wrrgon; isienin ss. 00 .
strslshts 38.76: valley. $4.10. graham. Wt.
34.00; 10s, 34 46.
MILLSTTFFS Bran. 310.60 nor ton; mid
dlings. 823. 0C; sbortl. country. S33.6Q; chop,
81M1L
HAT producers price nmorny. winnmefT..
valley, fancy. 813.&nie.oo; ordinary. 812 ong
l.-.oo; essfrn Oregon. $16.004118.00; ml'id.
$12.00018.00; eloTcr, $11.00012.00; grain,
111. 00O12.00; cheat. $11.00012 60.
Hope, weal and Hagaa.
HOPS 1004. 32c for exports; 81H0814c for
choice; .11HO-11S for prime.
MII, nominal. v.iiej. nwns 10 ujeoiuss,
ITOlSe; (Ins. 10c; eastern Oregon. 13018s.
MOHAIR New. 80s.
SHEEPSKINS Shearing. 10O20c: short wool.
Sheriff to E. Quarkenhush. lots la Irv
Ington Park
Sheriff to E. Qaackenbuab, lota la Irv
Ington P.rk
M. I Robert and husband to J. Flts-
patrlck, lot S. block 34, Aiotna ....
10
1.800
100
500.000
125
8A0
1
1.500
1
4
1.5O0
101
560
r L. Rajborn nd wife to Thad S.
Potte.-, eat 87H feet m 10, oiocg
8. Alblna
Portland Railway company to Port
land Consolidated Hallway com
psnv. .11 property, etc.. of grantor.
City A Suburban Esllasy rompny
to Portland. linoiiaiea nsuvsev
compsny. sll property, etc., of
irrsutor 8,
Title Gnrnte A Trust company to
I. C. Victor, lot 5, block 21, .North
IrvlngtnB
J Kngles. and wife to K. Wrd. lot
I. block in. Jams Johns' (ddltlon
to St. Johns
K Ward and husband to B. Vsnder-nc-r.
aouthweat Vs lot 1. block 38,
.Nn es John' addition to St. John.
r. W. Valentine and wife to E. Van
dermeer. art 1. block 41. James
Jehus' addition to St. John
D. H. Smith rt tk to L F. Allison,
lot II, block IT, East Portlsnd
Heights
Sheriff to J. C. Roberts, south 20 feet
of north AO fact lots 4 and S, block
10. Woodlawn
A. Rartela at L. executor, to I. Gold
smith. 38 seres In northwest i, sec
tion 20, township 1 eouth. rang
1 sat
Sheriff to n. Berger, lot In Fern
tirook C. P. Ms a nit snd wife to D. Brecht.
srnlbwest u lots 1 sad 2. block 88.
A. L. Minor1 addition to St. John.
Oet your Insurance and abetracte to real
estate from tbe Title Guarantee A Trust com
psny, chamber of Commerce building.
BUILDIlfO PERMITS.
November 12, P. W. Clllette, repair to
louse. I i.i vis between Tnurteenth and Four
teenth street; cost. $250.
November 12. Jamea Ryan, two tnry Wilding.
Mississippi avenue between Bash snd Pulling
atresia ; coat. $1,000.
Koeemlier 12. tleorge M. Strong, remodelling
atere, East Thlrtv -ninth between Belmont and
Misson streets: cost. knta.
Noermher 1 c c (salag, cot tags, ctackam.a
as I WS a East Twenu foprtb end Bast Twenty
till, atrseta; east. $stsi.
Novemb.1 13, A Killer and I.. lTt. 2alory
dnelUng. Eaat Stark between East Main and
Bsst Taatk fttetu; coat, 8800,
NOT A SINGLE WIRE
WORKING TO NEW YORK
What wan perhaps tha most
d disastrous wind 'storm to visit
4 New York for many years began 4
O last night and as a result not a
d ilncle teleRraph wire Is worktnf
O Into thit rlty. Stock messages 4
0 1 from the outside were tele
4 srnphed to Baltimore' and then
4 sent by rail to their destlnntion.
4 This Is the cauae of the absence
d of quotations on New York
4 stocks, cotton and coffee In The
4 Journal today.
80O80r; medium wool. J0O60c: long wool.
60c.i$l.oi each.
TAIX0W Prtma. per lb. 4QW : No. S asd
grease. 2fMi4c.
CHITTIM BAKKV-4C per lb. buying price.
H!l.nS"!ry bldea. No. 1. 13 res and up.
MHOISc Lr lb; dry kip. No. 1. 5 to 13 lb.
lIHc; dT calf. No. 1, under 6 lbs ISHe;
dry lilted bull and ataga. 1-8 less than dry
lot; salted hides, steer, soend 0 lb or ovsr.
70c; 50 to 00 lb. Te; under 60 lbs ssd
cow. SOTe: .tags and bulls, a. .end Be: kip.
It tt to Us. THc: sosad. 10 to 14 IW. 8c;
salt, soead. under 10 lbs. 8Ue: green (aa
salted. 1r per tb lee: call, fc per lb leas;
horse bide, ulted. each. $1.3601.78: drv. each.
Il 0001,50: colts' hides, eaea. kSaBOc; goat
skins, common, each.' loflise; Angora, with
wool on, each. SficO 81-00.
Bsttsr. Egg aad Poultry.
BUTTER FAT Sweet. 28 Vic; ssur. 38Vt.
BL'TTER City creamer, best. 30c; second
grade. SSOXTtsc; outside fancy, 27Vi,O30c; ordl
rary, 36027Mic; cold storage. 22!c; eastern.
22H29c: store. LUSjlSHc.
BGGS No. 1 fresh Oregon, 28O80r; salt
ern. fresh. 26c: April. 24c.
CHEESE New Full cream, twin. ISOlSttc:
Young America. I4014V.C.
POULTRY Chickens, mixed, 8e per lb;
hens. Oc per lb; roosters, old. 8e per lb;
yi.cng. Ot per lb; broiler. 10c lb; fryer.
10c per lb: duck, old. 14c per lb; young. 15c
per lb: geese. 8c per lb; turkeys, 18l7c lb;
dressed. 18V,c per lb.
WILD GAME Tesl. 32.00; widgeon. 82.60;
mallard. 34.80.
Fruits snd Veg.tablea.
POTATOES . Bet Oregon. 00c per cwt;
bujera price. 8679c; e-ond grade. 70iraH5c;
Inning price. ,Vfqil5c; sweets, best, $1.25;
crated. 81.8801.80. : V
ONIONS Local. $1 An (ft 2. 00; buyers' price,
$1 oofli 70; garlic. 0O1Or per lb.
FRESH FRl'ITS Apples, extra fancy.
$2.00; fancy Oregon. $1.0001 50 per
lot; cbeup grad-s. - 404IT5c per box:
orangea, uarel. $a.26st3.oO per hu; W
hano. 5c per lb: lemeins. choice, $3.00
per box: fancy. $8.onr.1.T$ per box: lime.
Meilran.SSc per 100; pineapples. $2,500.; pear.
XI ikh.i 1 M: erapri. $Msiil 26 per Wt; Con
cord.. 10-lb bosket. 55c ; hkcklehcrrte.. AO
10c per lb: cranberrle.. local, $8.50 per bbl;
Cape Cod, $8, 60 fit II 00 per bbl: Jersey, $10,000
11. OO per bbl: prunes, 2c per lb.
VEGETABLES Turnips. $1.00 per sack; car
rots. $1.00 per sack: beet. $1.35 per nek;
Oregon radlanes, 16c per dos: eabbare. Orrfen
$14181.50 cwt; lettuce, botbonse. 0O50c do.;
green peppers, 5c pe- lbi celery, 50iol t'hc dos;
tnmrtuea, Oregon. 30040c box; parjiiipe, 7&0
$1.26; pie plant. 212Hc per lb; etrlng
beans. 4c; cauliflower, 60 Q$l dot; butter beans,
Sc; purapkla.. le per rb: Wrseradlab. 7c per
lb; sprouts. Ac; mushrooms, 16c per lb.
DRIED FRl'ITS Apple, ernporated. T$S
per lb; apricots. tHti8c per lb: sseW. H
per lb leas: peaches. lOltc per lb; pears
per lb: prunea. Italian, 8Hti4V4e per lbi
French. 8H04V.C per lb: figs. Csllforals black.
s18V,e per lb: California, whiter. per lb:
prams, pitted per lb: dstes. golden.
per lb; tarda. $1.60 per is ib box.
Qf a sarin. Vnta. Eto.
SUGAR- Sack basis Cube. 88.40: powdered.
CSS; fruit granulated, $8.16; dry granulated.
18; Wet granulated. 38.06; extra 0. 88 15:
golden C. 85.58; bbls. 10c; Vk btus. 28c; boxes,
80c advance on sack bast, less 35e cwt tor cash.
16 day; maple. 14016c per tb.
HONlV 14H0160.
COFFEE -Green Mocks. 314133c: Jsts. fancy,
SSOSSc: Jts good. S0O2oe; .Isvs. ordinary
lsesOe: Costa Bios, fancy. lt30e: Costs Btes.
good. lSOlSc; Casta Rlra. ordinary. HOIS
per lb: package coffee. $14.88.
TKA8 Ooloiig, different grades. X60"S: gns-
powder. xsosatiiHic: English nrsssrsst air
SoesSe: gr? 'Tpan'Tery'lcarc.). 30O
Jspan.
SOe oer lh.
SALT Klne Bsres t. S. 4. to. 10. 81. SO:
table, dairy. 50. $8.60011 80: 100. 89 00;
Imported Liverpool, 60s. 31B.00O18.00 100s.
$14.80018.00; 224s. $13.60014.80; extra fine,
bbm, 2s, Ss, 6s. 10s, $450; bolk. 820 lbs.
$4 00: sacks. SOs, 85.
SALT Coarse II elf ground 100s. ner ton.
$62008.50: 60a per ton 88.6BOt.00: LlTernoel
lump rock. $18.60018.50 per ion; BO-lb rock.
$6 2V.t rr.: 100s. $6.TB08.BB.
(Akin price apply to alea of leas tba
ear lota. Car lots st special prices subject
to fluctuations.
GRAIN BAGS Calcutta. 88.T8O800 P 1
RICE Imperial Japan. Mo. 1. 4ie: Mo. 1
4c: New Orleans head. BHOSs: Adfsck. SHe;
Creole. 4a.
BEANS Small whit. 4c: large whtte.
8Vsc; pink. 4c; bayou. 8tc; Llmaa. 8c: Mexi
can red. 5 Vie.
NUTS Pnut. THc: )nmbo. SHc pet lb:
fw. SO 10c per Tb; roasted, eoeosnsts. 8BO
80c per dos: walnuts. 1IUf)1Ur per lb: pine
not. lOOlf Ve per lb: hick ore nut. 10c ner Tbt
chesrnnts. eaatcrn. 15010c oer lb: Brasll not.
IBe per lh: flrhert. ISOISe per 7b: fancy
pecan. 14018e per lh: (Imnnda 18018c per lb.
Ms. ts. FUh aad ProTllon.
FRESH MEATS Inspected Beef, steer. 8
per lb: cow. 605VaC per lb; mutton dressed.
44? Be per lb: lamb, dressed. BCkuc per lb.
FRESH MEATS Front atrseT Besf. steers.
4f5e per lb; pork, block. 5iff6c per lb; packer.,
A" per IB; bulla. 24T2V,r oer lh: cows,
'". 1 .c per lb- mutton, dressed. 05c ner lb:
seal, extra. TViOSr per lb: ordlnsrs. 5$Tc per
lb; poor. 406e per lh: lambs. 5Hi5Vbc per lh.
HAMS. BACON ETC. Portland oek( loesll
ham. 10 to 14 lb. 18c per lb: 14 to 18 lh.
18c per lb: 18 to 20 lb. 13c per lb: cottsge
10 per lh: breakfast bacon, 144jMc per lb;
plcnlee. Wrr per lb: regular abort cleara. us
smoked. lOVic per : smoked. ll4e per lb;
clesr Wok, nnsmoked. loc per lb; smoked. 11c
per lb: Union butt, 10 to 18 IW. nnsmoked. 8e
per lb; smoked no per Tb: clear bellies, on
nioked. per lb: smoked. tier lb.
LOCAL LARD Kettle leaf, 10. 11c per
lh; to. llVc per lb; 60-lb. tlna. MUo per lb:
strain rendered. 10. 1014c per lb; Be. 10Ac per
lh; 50. 9V,e per lb compound tierce.. 6!4c per
lb; tub, d i c per lb; Boe. 8e per lb.
CANNED iALMON Columbia rlrer 1-lb tails.
$1.83: t-lb tails. 83.50: fa ner 1 -lh flats. 83.00:
V.b fancv Bars. $1 23: fanes 1-lb 0Th). $2 75
Alaska tail, pink. BBOSOc: red. $1.60; nominal
2s. rail. 82.00.
FISH Rock cod. Te per lb: flounder. 5c per
lb: hsIIWt. Tr ner lb; crabs. $1.25 per dos:
striped baas. 10O12V?e per tb: catnab. Te per
lh: aalmon. Chinook 1 oer lb: sIlTersldea. Be
per lb: herring. Be per lb; sole. 8c per lb;
shrimp. 10c per lb: shad, dressed. per lb;
perch. Be per lb: shsd roe. per lb:
shad, fie per lb: Mack cod. Be per lb: silver
smelt. Be ner lb: lobster. !2Hc: fresh maeker"!.
8c; crawfish. 20c per dos; flounders, 6c per lb;
stitrVenn Tc per lb.
111 mi rim sino.iw.ter nay. per gai. ss an:
per aaeg. 3-T00 ne
let: oiympla per nark. 302.1;
CLAMS Hard shell,
clams, $2.00 per Wx.
per Ws. $2.00; rssor
Batata. Ooel Ofls. Eta.
" ROPE Pur Manila, lSVic, aiandard. 1184:
ttSSl. 10MC.
COAL OIL Pearl j Astral -Caae. XI Us
per gal; water white. Iron bhla 18c per g.I.
wooden per gal: headlight. ITO-dec. oases
2.1Hc per gsl. iron bbl 17c per gal.
LINSEED Oil. Pure raw. In hhle r2c per gal.
coses 57c per gsl; genuine kettle bollea. cases
SOe per gsl. bbls 64c per gsl; ground cake,
rsr lot $26.00 per ton, less thsn cara $20.08
per ton.
GASOLINE hd-deg. esses 83 per gsl. Ires
bhla 2nc per gal: store, eases 34Ve per gsl.
Iron hhla 1Hc ner eel.
BENZINE fta-deg, cssses 22e per gal. gee
no la & we ner gsL
PAINT OlL Raw, bbls 3Se per gsL
88e per gsl: boiled, ease 40e per gsl.
TURPENTINE- In case 86c per gal. wooden
bbls. 81c per gsl. tree bbl TW per gal, m Ik
esse i-irs Sir per gal.
WHITE LEAD Ton lots TU,c per tb. 800-lk
lot Tic ir rh, lee. lots 8e rer lb.
WIRE NAILS Present base at 83.80.
AM FBAWCISeO MTHING STOCKS.
Wn lrnclivi,
closing;
Not. 14. Mining quotation
Rid.
$2.20
1.0.1
M
I
il.n5dence
Iflerrs Nersda.
I'tsh
is Helrher...
llverman
Justice
Ch ledolll.
Illccldental
I Scorpion
Union Con
IChallenf
1 And
Bid.
$ .HT. A
, .81
. .oT
. .nr.
. .12
. .06
. .80
. ,T1
. .05
.48A
. .18 A
. .n
. .08
rpblr
Mexican .......
Gould A Curry . .
Rest A Belrber.
Con. Csl.-V. . . .
Ksvaget
Cbollsr
I'ol. si
lisle A n u -oss
Crowe Point
Yellow Jacket .
ion Imparl!..
ion. henlHohy. .
Slera Nerads . .
1.03
1.80
.22
.12
11 A
.70
HI
.17.'.
.02 A
.02
Con. Nw York.
. .31
TilNi
il'AH
EXCIIANGB.
Ton Montana
llWwny . ...
Jnuibo
SOB, Nsvad .
$1 8'H
i)Beluont
IMiN'smaia ....
.7.1
.si
.48
.-us
I Ton. Gold Field
d. -58
a JX
ana. Gai 14 Mi.
STEADY TO FIRM
ON LIMITED TRADE
Business Restricted on Falling
Wire by Huge Storm Along
the Atlantic.
FREEZING WEATHER
Report from argentine
Volume of Trade in Corn Is
Small Sympathy Ruled
the Com.
THE WHEAT MARKET
Open Cloae Close Low
Today. Today. Wt. Today.
....$1.I4V $1.18 $1 14H $00
.... 1.1SW 1.18SAB 1.14B .00
9S .08 .)V.A .OOS
Uecenilier
May ....
July ....
(Furnished by Over beck, Starr 4 Cooke Co.)
Chicago. Not. 14. Logan A Bryaa say:
Wheat wa steady to firm oa a eery limited
trade. The wire eaat being down, tended te
restrict hualneas. There seemed to be aoma
getural selling by commission buassa tb.
small way, on whtch the market declined f4r.
sobsequently rallying oa the report that Broo si
ns 11 cabled (reeling weather In Argentine.
ihonsh It was not confirmed. Thla caused
buying by pit shorts. TW tendency of the
market tod.r Indicate a lower tendency. At
no time did tbe market aWw aary snap. There
seemed to W Influential selling wWn the
market showed any dealt to adrance. we
ess but rsltersts our former Ides on tW mar
ketIt Is a scalping affair with tW public
still looking oa.
WWat Hart Corn.
The weakness h, whest seemed to effect the
com market The to ha me of trade was ex
tremely Ught snd largely of local character.
Receipts In this market were fairly heavy
with only two rare griding. TW general slum
Hon I unchanged. Some little selling devel
oped by tha' local crowd taking sdvsntage of the
dull nil sines, bat the market received a good
support. We continue to feel that the short
interest for tW .time being Is la aa enrlsble
position.
Sympathy Baled Oats.
Oat trade continues very dull. Tbe weak
ness 1 caused by some sympathy with other
grains. This market will likely rule In aym
patby with corn and we still feel like taking
pr. fits when In light, aad favor tbe long aid
oa moderate setback.
Basse Wiling of Provisions.
In provisions wtakaess In other pits rauaed
some selling. Conditions have not changed.
The market for the time being will probably
continue as a scalping affair. Wa fayor the
buying of, January staff, particularly on tW
BOft SpolS.
Today's official markets:
WHEAT.
Open. High. Low.
Dec
....4 l-MJi $ 1I4A-
. e f .frxrysge.
1.144. 8 1.1?
Mar
July
COHN.
Nee. , .
Hco. ... .
May
July
OATS.
Not
Dec
May
July
MESS roRK
Not. . .
Dec...
11.38
128T
18.70
T.OtVi
Jnb... .
12.T1V.
12.78
LARD.
May...
Not.:...
Lac
Jan.. A..
May
Not.....
Jan.
May
T.0B
T.10
7.20
7.35
SHORT KIB8.
8.86N
WHEAT WAS WEAK IN
THE 'FRISCO MARKET
Selling of Moderate Character
But Market Delays in Ab
sorbing It.
(Furnished by Over beck, Rtsrr A Conks Co.)
Wo Franclaoo. Not. 14. B F. Rattoa A Co.
say: WWst hss been week throughout ths
rooming trading. While the selling was of .
im derate character, the market did not ah
aorb the offerings without more than ordinary
concesaloas. The belief prevail, among local
speculators thst the es.trrn markets must go
lower on account of the big risible supply of
wbest snd tbe poor export demand. These
condition must and will change before long.
In Wrley there were no special featnrea.
Today' official 11:30 a. m. market:
WHBAT.
Open. High- Low, (Toe.
December $44. $1.44 $1M $1.44
May I.
BARLEY.
December 1.08H 1.03 1.08J4 1.00J4
May 1-00 1.08 1.08 1.08
( "
CHICAGO CASH WHEAT.
Ch leases.. Nor. 14. Cash wbest closed un
changed to 2c down. TW closing:
- Bid. Ask
No. 3 red . 81.1T $1.18
No. 3 red MS 1.14
No. 4 hard winter 112 1.18
No. 3 Wrd winter , 1.06 1.12
No. 1 northern spring 1 17 1.20N
No. 3 northern spring 1.10 1.1BN
Ne. 3 spring 1.0S .1.1$
CHICAGO GRAIN CAR LOTS.
Chicago. Not. 14 drain car lots: -
Cara Orade Bet
Whest 81 84
Corn 380 2 25.1
Osts 108 28 118
Wheat cars todsy: Minneapolis, tob; imiuth.
140. Year sgo: Minneapolis, 868; Dulutb, 2ND:
Chicago, 140.
PRIMARY RECTLTTB AND SHIFMZXTS.
Cblcsgo, Nor. 14. Primary receipts:
Today Yer Ago
Bask. flush
Wheat 1,28.000 I.eSB.OOO
Com 4OB.O00 436,000
Shipment were:
Wheat 111.000 T41.0O0
Corn 8T0.000 884.000
OUTSIDE WMIAT CLOSES.
Milwaukee ...
Minneapolis
Ilnlilth
Kanaa. City...
St. loots
Winnipeg
Tilcago
Ban FrncIco
LiTerpool Orala Market.
Chicago, Not. 14. Logan A Bryan ay: W
hear that Lnrerpool wheat closed Vd higher.
It I also reported that Sronmhall ays tW
wrsther I freeing In Argentine.
Tacotna Orala Market.
Tacma Wash.. Not. 14. Wheat rule
firmer. Blueetem. lc; clnb. Kite; red, 87c.
BAN FRANCISCO LOCAL STOCKS.
Ssn Francisco. Not. 14 Locsl storks closing
10.30 ..:
Bid.
Ask.
84
.IB
11
72
18 Vf
81
81
IS
Contra IVist Water
Spring Valley Water
Mutual Rlectrlc
8. F. O A Clectrlc
Hawaiian Sugar
Ilinokea Sugar .'
Hutchinson Sugar
Kllanen Sugar
Makawell Sugar
72
3
Unomea Sugar
Faaonao sugar
Alaska Packer'
87
Pacinc State Telepnnne
104 lot
PORTLAND BABX 8TA1 EMENTS.
C.i tilng
l,mi.4BS.4fl
ssaasstL.ee UsVtJAtX
Bah) Boa.
Close.
!'??
l st?"
968. .U8B
.WN
t .40HA
.t4N
39 2SSB
s! M
11.17V4N
11.2BB
12.88 12.0Tt.A
12.87 H 12.70A
7.02M.
tmvPn
T.0B T-'lflS
7.20 7 22H
Dec. May
.LIS, $1127
l.tBlt 1.18V4
1.18B 1 1B
LOS? LW?
1.14V.B 1.18
GOOD DEMAND SHOWN
FOR PACKING HOGS
Trices Are Firm Except for Block
and Stock Hogs--Cat-tle
Better.
Portland irnlon Stockyards, Not. 14. There
continues s very good lorsl demsnd for packing
bog. aud prices .re being held eery firm for
this class of stocks. Stock snd block hog.
fall te find much of a call and the market Is
T'r'heW'reoelpte today consisted of only 310
cattle. This market's tone I a bowing wonder
ful strength snd prices look higher.
Demsnd for sheep Is good with an upward
tendency to prices.
Todsy'a official .market :
Cattle Beat eastern Oregon eteera, $3,280
8.50; beat valley teer. $3.0063.36; steers.
$2 501112.76; cows. $3.0042(2.26: bull., $1.T64
4.00; slags. $2.00. . .
Hogs-Best henry, $8.5016.68; block, $4 0043
4.28: China fat. $4.25J4.S0; stock era aad
feeders. 88.50t3.TB. ,
Sheep Beet grain-fed wether, $2.60; lambs.
$3 26; mixed sheep, $2.40.
EASTERN MOBS 13 CENTS DOWN:
Sarah d by Orerberk. Starr A Cooke Co.)
icago. Not. 14 Llveatoek receipts:
Hog, Cattle. Sheep.
Chlcaao 45.000 SO.OOO 38,000
e;7n-aV city 8.BO11 18.000 B.000
OawW 8,100 8.300 8.000
Hogs opened 10c lower with 3,400 left orer.
Prices: Mixed. $4.0oe5.0O; good B4.8OeB.OO;
rough. $d-BBf$B.80: light. $4 n04 .06.
Cattle Steady to lOe lower.
'Sheep Steady.
COTTON IS SHOWING
A SMALL ADVANCE
(Furnished by Overheek. Starr A Cocke Co.)
New York. Not. 14. Cotton futures closed
8 to 4 points higher. The market:
Hlah. Low.
Cloae.
9754 77
asses
900 ft
100S407
10104)11
ioilis
10224J2:t
10304s 31
10204928
NnvasuW 073 075
December BW MS
January -- sue BHD
February
Mereh 1011 1008
Anrll
May 1028 1008
Jane
July
COTTON MARKET
(Furnished by Overbeek. Starr 4 Cooke Co.)
ST. evl . V TlnlVM eotiires VMS
;niet todav ami closed at about Wturday's quo
tation : Tbry are:
Open. Close.
January ' 8.88 9 SCfflST
February .8t188
Man b 10.08 10.05004
Anrll 10.0BO10
May 10.1T 10.15117
June 1 10.184131
July 10.S4ASS
November .-i, 3.T36T4
December 8 78 9.TT)T8
Lirarpool Cotton M.rkat.
I iTertjool. Not. 14. Cotton opened about un
changed to 1 point down.
ARE IN SESSION
A Strong Committee Is Appointed
to Revise the Constitution
and By-laws.
WORK FOR FUTURE 18
OUTLINED BY MR. HYDE
Secretary Morris Reports the
Condition of the Treasury,
Which Is Satisfactory.
The Oregon Miliars' association's an
nual meeting began in the Board of
Trade rooms of tha Chamber of Com
merce building this morning.
President John F. Wlckham waa in tha
chair, and Secretary a. Is. Morris at tb
desk.
On motion of R. C. Wright a commit
tee of five was chosen by the) chair to
revlae the constitution and by-laws. Thla
committee consists of E. A. Sessions. K.
C. Wright and J. C. Devlna of Portland.
Professor Jamea H. Hyde of the Unlver
aity of Oregon, and W. N. McMillan of
Oreenhorn. The committee la to make a
report at 2:30 thla afternoon, when It la
expected that various changes will be
recommended In the organisation.
After tha reorganisation la perfected
tha association will proceed to election
of officers and transact other bualneea.
It waa deemed inadvisable to attend to
this work before perfecting permanent
organisation, ao that the new officers
would know the scope of their dutlea be
fore being chosen for the same.
A special committee, J. H. Flak chair
man, to which had been assigned ths
duty of looking Into the financial condi
tion of the association, naked for fur
ther time, which waa granted. Thla
committee la to report to the executive
committee or to an adjourned meeting of
the association. Secretary Morris' re
port to tha executive committee ahowed
that there was $1(0 In the treasury at
thla time.
There la an earnest desire to put tha
association In closer touch with the
heavy mining interests or tha state.
Professor Hyde, In his remarka thla
morning, aald that the California asso
ciation had grown from a humble begin
ning to a position wherein tt enlisted
the Interests of the entire mining Indus
try, and believed the same could be done
In thla state if officers were chosen snd
all work were done upon the basis of
service to the cause rather than pecu
niary reward. He believed that when
the association waa proceedlnr along
proper Unas buay mining operatora
would be found who would give their
time to the work without recompense,
and that when thla was done mining
would he represented In such manner aa
to command Ita full ahare of attention In
state affairs.
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Ritsvllle. Wash . Nov. 14. The home
of Fred Sukut was entered by thieves
yesterday and $126 taken from an old
trunk which waa forced open. Tha
amount represented all the cash pos
sessed by the family and waa to be used
in payment upon a rarrcrt. po Clue.
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
coifax. Wash., Nov. 14. The county
lull here now has four Inmates sus
pected of being Implicated In the recent
safe blowings at Rosalia and Bndlcott.
All the men stoutly maintain Innocence,
but the officers say they have aome good
evidence.
no.
(Seaelal Dlepatch Tbe Journ.l.)
Wilbur. Wash.. Nor. 14 -Stanley C
Ollbert. aged 24 died hero yesterday aa
the result of an operation for cancer of
the stomach. The Gilbert family IS
very pxgmiaeat beret
SEE US
It it's nice, choice meats and good
groceries you want If youll
just piece a trial order with us
sometime, well meke a steady
customer of you. It has proved
so in other cases why not yours?
S1.00
ill Flower Apples.
Three 1-lb. pkgiPeeded Ralalna.
S pounds Cleaned Currant.
15
Pound Citron. Lemon or Orange Peel.
25
S pkgs. Condensed Mince Meat
Three quarts Cranberries,
45s?
Gallon pall Table Syrup,
f 1.00
Gallon eaa Pur Mapl Syrup.
15f
Pound bast Shredded Coooanut
Don't forget we carry the very choic
est of fresh meata at reasonable prices.
FELLOWS
e- 'Ti . .
374 Washington Street
Quick Delivery. Phone Main-2696
Qulna
LAROCHE
(A vi.Nocs euxw.)
Physician, higily jcommend It as a specific
j.rosj(8M
SJ.W
nowimr
TrTuLllahed'Im.
OO,
FINDING JURY TO
TRY PETER GRANT
He Is Charged with Violation of
the City's Anti-Gambling
Laws.
REGULAR VENIRE HA8
NOW BEEN EXHAUSTED
Defendant's Attorneys Do Not
Want Sheriff Word to Sum
mon Other Jurors.
Impaneling a Jury to try Pater Grant
on the charge of conducting an estab
lishment in which roulette waa played
contrary to ths laws governing gam
bling on last July 31. is proving a diffi
cult proposition Only eight Jurors had
been secured up to noon, and a venire
of l more Jurors on the regular panel
had to be lasued. Deputy sheriffs are
engaged this afternoon In serving tha
aummona.
Attorneys Ed MendenhaU and 8. C
Spencer, representing the defendant,
have exhausted all their peremptory
challenges. They objected to a special
venire being summoned, claiming that
Sheriff Word could serve with summona
men who would be favorable to a con
viction. After Attorney Mendenhall had
argued for aome time against a special
venire, Judge Cleland aald he would ex
pedite mattera by Issuing a venire on
the regular panel.
Attorney Henry E. McGinn, who ap
peara as special counsel for tbe prose
cution with Dlatrlot Attorney Manning,
challenged one of the membera selected
for cause, but the challenge waa dlaal
lowed by the court. A peremptory
challenge was saved and the prosecu
tion from now on has a dlatlnct advan
tage over the defense as regards the se
lection of the remaining members of
the Jury.
The members from the regular panel
who will be called Into court thla after
noon are as' follows: A. W. Olsen.
George Hartneaa, B. Brlnkman. W. Is.
Archambeau, G. B. McCoy. L. Q. Swet
land. John I trse. W. O. McCormlck, D.
D. Blch. B. W. Reynolds, J. K. Young,
Jacob Bead. Joseph A Frakes, William
B. Fechhelmsr, H. C. Nlcolal and Wil
liam Knight.
(Journal Special Service
New York. Nov. 1. For the purpose
m - tnfnrnuttnn ae n tiusla for
legislation. Secretary Taft and membera
of the house committee on interstate aim
. i Msmi.rM anlleH on tha trans
port Sumner today for Colon and will
spend two areesa or so in in ranama
i rt- Th. members nf the com-
i niiiii " " i y - -
mlttee are accompanied by their wlvea.
by other representatives and several
senators.
UADT TOM
ATIOH OOatwS
(Journal Special Service 1
El Paso. Tex., Nor. 14. Bverythlng la
In readiness for the opening here tomor
row of the twelfth National Irrigation
congress. Provision has been made on
an elaborate scale for the entertainment
of the delegates, who are arriving in
large numbers from every section of the
country.
B18 0SB 4, Qrownd Floor.
Oaf AtaTBai OT OOsBJtmmCB.
OVERBECK, STARR 5k COOKE CO,
Membera Chicago
101 Third Street, McKay
Markets b Private Wire,
uous
fill
ire, and. United BtaXea NaUonU mok ox Avruand,
OAtWOYANT
- "i
Prof. Van Cortland
313' Washington St
Full Life $ 10 r A
Reading for uUl
No Charge Unless Satisfac
tory You to Be the
Judge.
CROWDS OF PEOPLE
Are thronging to see the wonderful
demonstrations of the noted Clair
voyant.
NOTICE.
Realising thst many of the best!'
citizens of this city would be only too
anxious to consult a good, reliable
clairvoyant and palmist if they wero
first assured of receiving some bene
fit, I therefore do hereby solemnly
agree and guarantee
THAT
Without any previous knowledge.
and having no natural means of
suuwiu wait JUU "! tviiv.us.si vs awsi
what you came, I will tell your life
better than you can tell it to me
OR CHARGE YOU NOT ONE
PENNY. THIS IS HON
EST, IS IT NOT?
Strange is my work that, without at
word, without a question. I tell you.
just what you want to know. Cor
rect information about all affairs of
love, courtship, marriage, divorce,
sales, wills, property, old estates,
speculation, diseases, pensions, pat
ents, investments, etc. I positively!
tell you when you will marry and
date of marriage. I recognize nono
as my superior who by. any meana
advise and foretell events arising
through cause and effect.
I will give you luck that wins sue-.
cess in love, marriage, divorce, spec
ulation, business, health and transac
tions; cause speedy and happy mar
riages; reunite the separated; I will'
tell you how to gain the love of the
one you desire, even though mile,
away; I will tell when you wilt
marry.
Clairvoyants and mediums withjl
marked mediumiatic power devel
oped. PROF. VAN CORTLAND
3137a Washington Street.
Also private entrance on Sixth Street.
Bargains In
Rooming Houses
9 SCO 28 rooms, low rent; rooms all on
one floor.
glBBQ 26 rooms, low rent. This Is a
good-paying house.
40 rooms, centrally located, all
full; good buy and lease
44 rooma, leaae to 16; rent fTi.
This Is a money-maker.
41 rooms, low rant, with las
for one year.
Bieoo 2f rooma, 2 blocks of Portland
hotel, west; lease. This la a
snap.
I also have boarding-houses, large
and email. In all parts of olty, and at
all klnda of prtoea; alao cigar stands,
saloons, restaurants, barber shops, boot
black atanda and bakery shop.
WALTER A. GREEN
208-3001 , Oommerolal Bldg., Kate, 1SOB.
Homebuilders and Speculators
Your Attention I
Do not fail to carefully examine
waxsTtjt VAJUC property, it la lo
cated on the moat sightly table land be
tween the rivers and on both oar lines.
No question Walnut Park will become
the most valuable resident property In
the city of Portland Prices most lib
eral. Terms cash; monthly or quar
terly payments. ... '
Do yourself a kindness by calling ot
sending for WALNUT PARK mape.
REMEMBER, I have many more
choice bargains In Portland property.
W. M. KILLINGSWORTH
BVeal Estate Dealer. SO
ber eTOosssseree.
There are 100 acrea meadow. 100 acres
pasture. 200 acres marketable timber
and 120 acres of brush, farm buildings,
garden and fruit trees. It la 14 miles
from Vancouver, In Clarke county, and
214 milea to railroad station; paya good
Interest on ita price 120 par acre.
Also 800 acrea of woodland; pasture Im
mediately c"nt 'yII,cr
Ml McKay aUdg- Oor. Third aad
Board of Trade.
Building. Portland. Or. (
(auiok Service. REFERENCES Ladd M