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, THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND, FRIDAY EVENING. MAY SI, i::7.
1 BADLY COOKED
Weather Conditions Forcing
Fruit to Maturity Much
fC,:-Too Fast.: 'X.Nv
" Principal nurkst restores today: . ''
VHtkN cooks strawberries. , -
-Flgkt sn tat cantaloupe. -
- Small supply pot a two remain. .
" - California figs ar la market., ' V ... .
'"' " TM (in orsngss to- 4
Foer can kunanse 4m touMrmw.
r.,'' JSe ealmoe la market this morning. V
- Aspersgun aaaaoa oa ttS' waoa. -V'
Hutler market aolds at, top. - -".
Mixed tone raatalns la area. -.V'
Usury kl liter talks of Bups..
Wests Csjsb Strawksrriae. . 7
Strawberry growers who war In tb city
. tns) caonila etate that tea severe set west
; at yesterday cooked a laxfa par cent af tba
. strawberries. Ooudttlons war soch tkat ths
-, (rait rtpaoad several tlnaes aa fast as tney
could ka handled by tba small number of pkk
rkieutttinna ara aot locaL for thsy tM
' tba seme at Hood Errer ss la th section.
sursooadlag tuts city, Manager Holme at
tba leeal caaoary stated tbla awn) Ink that he
baltevcd tba eras, would ka- a boot aa STorese
emvsut large par cent of It waald tti all
! probability (9 ka- waits bees ass of fctantut
. ripening aad tba lark of pickers.
f along the susst tbki morning there wa a
j wide run JM opinio aaranc tba daalara re
gsrdiag tba strawberry outlook. .7 Botae belters
1 1 tbas tba market was lower bscans ,f, tba
; warmer weather. w title otben war equally
laaaaltrea thnr-hrBecrahould. raw klyher
Jtarauaa of ths terser eod aad taa ei.nad
saooUse. Tbess two view or ma cooeniiona
I won reported by tba wide dlf ferae re, prlre
. asfcet. Seme karris of standard jemltty 'ware
I sold at Talus reBlnk- 1.T to S2 a crate
Mar M, while la. other instances w senna
I beaaufct 12 H .ad U when bandied ay others.
i Tba fact that twa days' trains were due awr
i the Soutbsoi Parlfle within a few boon this
afternoon will likely causa farther compile.
' Uone and parka pa tower anna suss niww
. Fkrkt an fat Ountalaupea. -:
nan fat k ncbt on for the cairtalnape trade
of tbla aactlon. Brawlay. la tba Impanel Tai
'. la sc California sMW-prodkontbe beat ants"
aant from tbat stst to tbla market. Pace ii
T u w Kia m aiei tba aaants ef the Bnwley
Oantalonpe hrowere- assoclatlen. while a 8aet
) tie firm, J. B. Powlss di Co, ban secured con-
tnl of shipment to ba made by a man named
. L TfcnratAO. aaM to no n SDaanianw- n -
i -rw. cirawlev aaaoclaHon ba be
. ukriu fcaata" to tbla eltr for orer a ureak
.tn PaaW while tba northern ayeata expect
bta- nrwt lota tomorrow, i The Baattle firm,
recoculilay the faet that. It could not aril the
fralt ban Itaalf because ef tba prajudm
aiainat- northern dealers, baa appointed the
' J. n. Olafka amnoanr. .BaU eV Co., Lry
Koiaal and klark hnr Co. as local handler.
' aTjiaker, rapraaantlnf the Powlee eoncara. was
, Is the city today and Jtatad that be eipacted;
remain nan as as ins runnp.
: area on, simply actios aa distributor,
. ' Saury Millar Talks en Xspa, .
; . wrary dealer and eaery grawer from the
; Aurora district seam to ban a different opln.
lea reyardliiy the outlook for the com In nop
. rroo. Dear a weak era The. Journal printed
i aa tuterrlew with O. H. tfnecks of that pteea,
wbe said tbat then waa little ruHlTatta ba
: cause ef the praepectlTa low price for bop
' and the blsb coat of labor aad matarlals wklck
etrtar Into bop cdltnn. " Yesterday M. R. Oil
r mt tk aama olae aald that then wee
" plaatT of caltlVatVia "and' the top nerar lookad
betts. Today Hasry J. ktllWr a jfealer as
" w.U ss a grower, of Aurora, etated that than
? wen: ka fact, but little cuiiiTaaou id iaiw
dtotrlct. and kkaf whlld bop are looking better
i-.tusa tbay were, the eondltiens are aot.ef th
kaat "I know of aararal growers wbe Dare
plowed ap port tone at their yarda," aald Mr,
atlllef this morning, ' ' j y
, .Brief. Bates at tta.Srada.. . .
: : AUfornnv freak figs, an mora plentiful, rati
ewnditlon, 1 " 1
? roar can of bananas en doe tomorrow mora
' tag. Two can of oranges arrtrad tola morning
I from the eoutbv .
L Aspanroa saasea la oa tba wane- with r
f eiptriult fair. jJuaUty aot ao . good. Prtea
"tBar!ral'niore etty enemertn an bow coTtef
.the 94 market oa bast product. - Market
V,mo Aak'katmok wu abowa In the leeal mar-
kit today.' Some espected later tn tow day
(ma tba BaCTemento. Prtea at lv.
Egga an etlll selling at a wide rang la
1 , arles. targe waa aa mrm '-w - -
T mwa a low aa 18e. - -
Tb tnde pay tbk following nrteae to Front
street, Prloss jkald shlppen an ran regular
' I emlesnir:Jv''' - v -jJ
1 . ' dfrala, Plear nad Teed. .1 '
I gulK BkOft-Calcutta, C larg lsts small
SH1SAT--1. TSe: red Bnealaa.' HO
' bloeetam, fi0c; ralley. 7e
.DBN-rJVbolei .i&Mt eracked, Jikj.00 per
jikilL"iT rJaw-Ireeit M1.0O.OO jpr toa
teUrd. (2S.0oe24.0O-. brewing, .
HVB i. M per cwt.
' OA T New Producers' price Tto. 1 whits,
" gt Kr2.00 par' tos; gny.."J102S,00.
FLOChV Eaatcrn .Oregon patente. MM;
rtalikta, M o; export. Ui vJteyM.30a4.40i
1BJ frab.m. s , 8.TB: wbote wbeat, KOOi
te. oOa. . Off: bates, .TB.
MlLIn rri Bras.' 1T00 .per toat mlov
eninira. M.0( - aborta..countrf , 20XW city,
ik.OO; chop, li9.WOU21.00, .
HAT Pradacara' vrte Timothy, WHIaaiette
valler. fancy. l400'ilT.OO: ordinary. fll.OOQ
14.00; eaatrra. .Oragon. lO0a 20.00: mliaoT.
10.001 IO.00; ckcr. 'al grain. M-M
- ttlAUW: ebaat, -Je.00l100.
Batter; Jkjra and. rwaltry.
BCTTSB PAlVwf. Portland 4 west
areea. aiJ2Sc: vnJ4Hri
BITTKR City reamcrr. S2HSc sscoods.
fOHc; ootalda, rianey, Vs; aaconda,
atore, lHe- . . -
BOOS Etra '-fancy,- esndted. IkHttlnc
' CHBWR-.ltewv-r-oll. craam, fUta. lSMOld
Bar Iht ynung America. 16 Si O lie par lb.
rpOl"bfaK MUed chtekeoa. WHaiee lb;
fancy bene. 14 lb: roosters, old, 10c lb; frrera,
itte per Uf broltera. 3"e par lb: old dock,
1114 ' per' lb: spring ducka, 2V per lb;
ffeaae. old, SeiOe per lb: spring geese. MHtJ
la per lb; turkeys,. 1T . per lb for oldi
uaba, fZ.eo per 00a; pia-eona, -si.ao psr aee
nonirry lomc per 10 signer.
5VHAT DEALERS SAY l t
OF LOCAL MARKETS
By Krerding 4 Farrelt
The egg situation is about ths d
sams aa It was last' week. Re- 4
eelpts hare been large and prices ';
, are unchanged.
Butter is firmer and higher If d
anything: ths situation as to this d
article la very firm indeed. d
There is little change In the e
rltrjr situation, fat hens being' e
but moderate supply snd : a
- steady as to price, 'with a Arm d
demand for fancy larg springs ' d
(small onss or any less than m d
pounds eeveh are not wanted at d
all) and a fair demand for larg 4)
spring ducks. . Fat hen turkeys - d
ars. in very good demand, and ' d)
some large npnng turks would d
bring fancy prices, t ' i , ' d
Prims fat reel ars selling
rry well try- and gt them In d
la good shape. Shippers should d
be sure thst dressed meats are d
well opened up ttnd cooled on t.
It Is also well t sprinkle with
pepper snd flour to discourage d
files on hot days. . d
Bmall and medium aolld tfogs d
ar aelllDg s-ery well U la good -'
Oood firm larg potatoes are d
Ailing for fancy prices, snd now ' d
Is a pretty good time to clean
ap en then. .., .
IS IN MUCII DANGER
. Spoelal Dlapatck ta The Journal. d
Hood River. Or., May
Hood River may loae part of Its d
hlgh-piiood berry crop It it docs .
not noon obtain pickers to gather
It. .Already some patches taavs
had to be abandoned temporarily.. d
on account of the shortage of d
help. With berries selling at $4 e
crate this wfll mean big
loss to strawberry- growers' If it -
should continue. Nrrar In the d
hlatory of the bualness has help
been so scares sa It Is now and 4
the returns so Brest, Eight hun-
drad botes ' of berries- ' were -
ahlpped from -her on passenger
trains last night, being;, about
double the amount shipped ths
day before. If a corresponding d
Increase . takes place today, as , d
d ' ' seems probable from ths warm
d weather, it la not thought pos d)
alBle to get it to market witn tns
present fore of pickers and d
packers. ,- d
' .Other districts 'are suffering
from want of help as well ss d
Hood River end mors thsn 1.000 '
dy men, women and children can bs d
. placed to work II they can ds
secured. At the offices of the
fruit - shlpsing concerns - teie- e
grama ars pouring In clamoring d
for berries, and. growers are ;
sending notices in all directions ' d
trying to, secure pickers. Ths , d
saving of the crop has reached
a serious stags and unless plok-
era-soon hurry -to the re ecus d
conslderabl loss will b sus )
talnd., - :
. H J ;f . : - :'- "d
opiTWsol sad Hides. ''
HOPS 1BO crop-Prlme to ehotee. THc; me
dium to prime, tta7e atediuav 40 fee; eos
trecta, 100T crop. lOc
WOOle-lsor clly Valtey, 0CJe; Msura
Ore coo, 1SU23C . , . .- -j
IIOH AIR-New IBOT 0H- '
BHCBPRKIriB noaartag. 16Q20e eacht short
wool, XSt-40e; medium we, 60) He each
Ions wool. iScftllO each. . r '
TALLOW Prime, per lb, gw Mo. I sad
lota. . -. '
!ABK SO for ear lotai email
HIDES itey. Me, I, 14 Jba. aad aa,' IT)
IS par lb; dry kip, Ko, 1, i II lbs, 1R)
ISc: dry calf,. No. 1, 'under lha, gOa: sslted
kldas, ateara, aouad, SO lbs snd eaer. feUWe:
cows, 'tBi -stag and bulls, sound. SCJTc:
kip,' IB to M lbs, ; calf, aoaud. uadar -It
lb, lie; greaa, anaaltad. Is kaa; col la. le par
lb tea: borae. hMn. selted, each, ll.00Ck.O0:
dry. each. l.6oai.M; eolt bMoa, oOe; goat
eklne, common, each, lOQiec: A agora, aeeh,
JOctiir.OOj heep skms. X&-till. CO.
t - Bruits -aad Tagaaaktes.-
POTATOES Fanry, $1.00C.; sweets.- t
per lb; new potatoes, 48Hc par lb.
ONIONS Jobbing price No. i Ongoa, 2J
t.B0: No. t, 1.002t.2; Taxes and Auatrauaa,
4HeSc pec lb; garlic. So par lb,
APPLES fancy Hood BlTer, J-TBI; ftney
Willamette ' aelleyt. and aoatbera Orogoa, (2.M
rBtlB FRUITS arranges. - sew aaral. ttM
OS.TS; Madltarranaaa.aareats,' t.l92.1K; tsa
gerlnae. 1J9; banana. A par lb; temoue,
i4.o0ed.B0 peY hos: lime, hleileaa, 1.00 per
100; ploaapplea, I4.0OftS.OO per doe: grape fruit.
nerrwa, uregoo. , lvesise per box;
00(8 liS per .io m boxj gooeabar,
naa. nay oe par id apricots, a2.ZDCj4.ou; togaa,
berries, lUHftlS per boa. , ,
VBOkTTABI.RS Turnips, new, CcQK easekt
earrata, Tteel.0w par eaeki beets, f t.TS per
sack; -paranlpa. fl.OO42t.XO: cabbage. 3; tome
toaa. CallfomU, 00; - Florida, f4 B0 par
enipa, SOrttkl; atrlng beans, 10glJ4e lb; rhpU
f lower. flO par doai pea a, 10c; boraeradtelC be
par lb artlcbokaa.,ti07B par does HuMierd
aqua ah. a per lb; cranberries. I0.00ijlll.00
so barren eprouta. ) par lb: aaparogeo.
73000c par, do snnehea; rhubarb, tVetl
4e par lb -- green evione, Ik . per deal
Florida ball pepper. 8.e0 per crate; spin
ach 11.00 par bos: heed lettuce, SB doe; hot.
booae, tl.TS per box; encumbers, BOcflfloO
00a; raniaaaa, is eon oa acnes; eggpissi.. tse
DRIED FRUITS Apple. ' eraporatad. dH)
T per tt; aprieota, 18320 par lb: neecbas,
IJQUHe per lb; eacka. He per lb lass: proses.
80 to 40. kv6e; He drop ea escb 1-1 emalter
elaet figs, California black, eHe par b;
California white, etHa per lb; dates esldas.
par nozi xsras, si.eoaijw per ln-is ens.
. rsesrtee. Bats. Bte,
. BDQAR Cuba. SS.11U1 nowdorsd. 88. ST 14:
berry. fS.82tt dry granulatsd. fO.TTH: Star,
fS.Btm eon?. A, f8.77V; extra B. fB-slH:
goldea 0, fS.lTU B yellow, fS.07U; beat
xrsnnlsted, fA7H: barrels, 10c; bslt barrela,
23; boxee. BOs adVance oa each baaia.
(Abore prloss ere SO days net cask .osotk-
UONKT fS SO per erat. - I
CO FT KB Paekasa brand.' SlB.SSaklg.SS.'
SALT Ooarae Half pound. 100s, (11.00 pat
ton; BOs, f 11.00: tabls, dslry, SOs, flB.OO; 100a,
flt.TB; bates, 2.00 Imported Urerpoal, (Oa.
Ik. 00; 100a, fltiWt B24s. flS-00; sftra fine,
bbte, 2a. os snd 10s. S4ioj&iO; Urerpool
tump rock, $2.ie per tos: 00-0 roes, fll.00
100s, flO.60. . -
(Ahoee nrlese annlr to estee ef lass thna
car tots. Car lata at special pries esbjeet te
BICB Imperial Japaa, Ma I. Set He. I
fl4l Hew Orleans, head, Tc; AJax. c Creole,
tw. - j .,..., - i
liRAKS Smetl while, f3 Jfej tars white.
13 2(1; pink, fi 25; kayos, fAtSj Umaa, SHI
nlezlcan red a. 4c
NUTS Paanuts, Jumbo,' SHa per lb Vir
ginia, TH per lb roasted. 10a par lb; Japa
nese, sttSUc) raastad, TOTHe par lb: eoooe
tats, SBateOs psrosi walnstn, -California. la
psr lb; If ranch, lbs per lb; pine nets. 14418
par -lb) hickory nets, 10c par U ebeatnuta,
saatern. Uejlde per lbf Bra all nets, . ins per
id; iiioarts. ise per 10; rase 7 pecans, isejzuef
aimeana, AVQiUMe . - . , . . ...
Maata, Fish aad Prorialaas.
- TRMH M BATS Front - SrreseA-Hoga,
sc per id; erainary, th par w; poor, ee per
o: mutton, jaocy, e'aiea per 10.
HAMS, BACON. BfOPsrtUnd sack ftecar)
bus, JO to 12 lbe,-ieV4 Per lb 1 14 te 1 me.
lMe per lb: IB - te 20 lbs. lp; break fast
bacon, 18H(t2ze per lb; picnics. 12 psr lb;
cottar roll, lift per lb; tagulsr short clears.
nnsmoksd. Us per. lb; acnoked. IS per lb;
clear backs, ensmokad. 12c; smoked. 12c psr
lb; Cnloa butts. 10 as II Iks. nnssaoksd. ss
oaoo vans, iv ao aa ana. uasaaoaeu. oa
smoked, e per lb: clear bellies, sa
il. 11 He per lb) emokad. 18H psr lb;
era, lifts per )b pickled tongues, to
par in smoceo.
LOCAL LARD Kettle leaf, 10a. IS He per
Ik; as, 1S par lb; 50 1b tins, lie psr lb:
tesm ranuereo, xua, jzc par in; evUie
per 10; corapouna, lus. c per to, 1
CANNED SALMON Colombia rlrer, Mb talk),
SI.SO; S-lk tallsr.42.7S; fsncy Mb fists, fl.sO;
Vi-lb tancr fists, f LIB; fsncy Mb orate. fi7B;
Alssks Ulla. plok. 600e; red. fl.OO; nominal.
2a, tall, (2.00. . ,
Fsu Reck eod. T psr lb! noandera, Sc per
lb; halibut, tftc par lb: etrlped baas, 12 lb;
catfish, 10c par lb; salmon, freak Columbia
Chinook. 124e lb: ateelhearta. Be ner Ibi bar,
flag, Be per lbfeelea, e par lb; abrimpa, 10
psr 10; percn. ee psr id; discs eoa, re psr lb:
torn eod, 7 per lb; lobsters, In per ths freak
mackerel, sc per lb: erawflek, 20 per doe; stur
geon, 10 psr lb; Mack bass, SO per lb: Coma.
bla rlrer amIt. e psr lb: shad, ke per lb: roe
shad. Be per lb; shad roe, IBs per lb; black
cod, TH par lb. ,
oiiri eno BDoarwaier nay, per gallon, SI en;
per JttO-lb eack. S4-ol Viympta, par gs
(2.2S) per I IB-lb sack. fSJW)i8 El
canned. 10 can, st.pd sob.
CLAMS Herds ball, per box. (2.401,
cfkma, f2XW per kox. 10 per don.
. . . . Pslats, Cesl OIL Xte.
BOPS Pure Maalla, lSe stsndard, 1S;
Sisal, lie, ... .
CM1 OIL Pearl or Astral Cases, Hs par
gai; water wane, sraw ooaa, (a per
wooocn. jjc par get; naaoiigac, a to sag..
ui per an.
ASOl.lKe-il dec, essae, S4H par gal;
Ina bbls. 1M par gL
rlEEl ss org
bbla. utt ner cal.
ass, S3 per gsl; iroa
TURHBNTINS la caess, ss act gall weedea
Ms. Ta per Tk SO H
tets. Sc per lb: Isse lots. SI4e Bar lb.
Sinn riAJii rrssant nasie at S2.se.
LINHERU OIL Purs raw.
ta S-bbl lets, B0
1-kbl lots. BSe; esses, BSe per gsl; genuine
ksttle-bolled. eases, sue per gsl: S-bbl lots, B4e;
I hM tets. Bo par gsl; ground cuke, ear lots.
IJOM per ton; less ikes est lots. (30.00 psr
BOBTLaBS BASTX STATTJirjn
CVsrlnn today '
do year see...
Oals today .
Bs lances today
o year age ,
,,,, V4.S43 ni
Railroads Not .Furnishing
TransiK)rtationi Say Live
stock Men Prices Hold-
Portland rnioa Stockyards. Way. SI. Us
stock recaipta: s
. Hoc. Cattle. . Sheep.
Today ................ 2d ( ST , 40
wees ago is . ... w
Year esa ............. S HT - 174
rertotis year ' )2o -
With th exeaDtloa ef la sot, there
nominal arrival today la the local Urea lock
marker, tioga are muca atore pwntirui nut
lha affrrala hare bean ao araate thaa do-
mand justifies st the preeeat price. Packers
eaom willing to take all preeeat arrlrala at tba
oiaraet. nrceiuta loaay were zou saau.
against a nomfsal ran of 18 brad a weak ago,
S kead thle date s year age and none for this
oar in iwuo.
Just a few head of cattle came Into the
yarda during tba paat S4 hour. Reaeou for
tbla la siren or the sreat acarcltr of Cera
offered by the railroad, both for la and out
shipment. Iks lacK r cue M ukewisa ooto
Ins the run of all other Unas. Today's ar
rlrala of cattle totaled Juat 17 head aa against
none a wees sso, si asao, a rear ego. sso
127 kead fur this day la 1. Tba cattle
market la holding well at 4JSt4.80 for
A handful ef sheen en band were the total
srrlrals today. The lack of a bearers Is hold
ing back the nwramant to Some extant but
the lack of car la the greatest drawback to
better ahlpmant. . Today a few bead ef horses
ware among ana. arrlrsis. '
.A year ago all markets ware easy;
wfcak. Value stationery., ...
,. Of rlclsl llraatock prices: -:
Hogs e Bat sastsrn Oregon, ST.00; etorkera
and feeders, . fd.OLHga.2ot China fats, Ax&
Cattle eBst eastsrn Oregon steers, f4.SBf
4. Bo; best cows and neUers, f3.26Ca.B0; , bulls,
f2.ooe2.BO. v. .
oheep Sheared, v ml red, ft MO S; kmbs. Sc.
EASTKBN "MARKETS AdVXxCED
Cattle '10e to' JBc Up Fire Cents
fJbieage, May SL Lrrestock receipts .
- Hogs. .Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago i...j.........J.000 1,000 . k.oou
Kansas City ,..,,,..12.000 J.000 , 1,000
Omahs , T.ouO 2.(100 - 1.50A
- Hogs are Be higher, with S0.O00 left over
from Saturday. Kecelpta . a year ace were
28.000. Mixed. Sd lO(f.8B: keaTT, fd.IotW.S0;
rough. 4.08.10; light, i.10.40,. . ..
tame ivmiae signer.
Sheep steady. , .
Laxnba Take His Word avid Get Into
- :r5 Market With Bather Dlr
New Tork. May Sf2-Tke clock market opened
up aesrly t polntn blgbar, almost arery hated
issue parttcipatlng . in the general advance.
Bullishness st the start was due te President
Rooserelt's speech yeeterdsy. Tns speech waa
the- direct cause of getting many lambs into
the market , ' wklch later rssultsd bs their
slsnrnter- by" ths bears. Although the market
stsrte wita a, nssry gala It sloeed witn
general, loset i,,-. ..... -; ,
by Orsrbeck. Start A
' DKSCBIPTIOH. "
Amalgsmstad Copper .
Am. Car a Pound., eoa
Am. Cotton Oil. com...
Am, Leeemetlse, som. .
Am. Sugar, com..,.,..
Am. Smelter, eom.....
Anaconda Mining Co...
Am. Woolen, com.. a..,
Baltimore Ohio, com.
do nreferred. -:
Brooklyn-Rspid Trsnelt.l l
tsnsaisn rscirie, com.
Central Leather, earn...
Chi. a O. W. com..'..
Oil, MIL a St, Psul..
CbL a N. W, com....
Cheespaake a Onto....
Colo. Fuel a Iron, eom.
Cole. Southern, eom,.,.
do 2d preferred...,.
do 1st preferred....,
Delaware a Hudsoe...
DsuTsr a B. O.. com.,
do pre f erred . s .
Brie,' eom .,.
do Id preferred
' eat la -itrmim wmA . . -
el 54 1
rTl II do la Central .......
LouteTUle a NaehTllte.
Mexlcaa Central By,,.,
at., K. a com.....
New York Central ....
N. T. OnUrio a West.
Norfolk a West., eom.
Norfolk a West,, ptd..
North American .....
Northern Psc.. eom. .
PaclOe Mall S, S, Co..
People's a. L. a a Oe,
Pressed St. car, com.' .
Pressed St. -ear. pfd. .
Beading, com, ......
keartlng, 2nd opfd. .
teesdlag. let Pfd .....
Rep. Iroa a St., eom..
Rep. Ison a St., pfd, ,
Rock Islsnd, eom. ...
Rock" Islsnd, pfd. ...
St, b. a S, P.. coca. .
St. U a. S. F., 24 pfd.
ft, L kk W., com..
Southern Psc, com. ..
do pfd. ,' , , ' . 1
Bonthem B y, coat . .
ao . piu. '..,...,.
Tens. Coal a Iroa ....
Tessa a Pacific ,
To., St L. a W.,eom..
Toledo, St. U W. pfd
I'uloa Padfle, com ....
V. S. Rubber, eom, ....
U. a. stsol Co. cost.,...
do pfd ....... . ... ..
Wshssk. etwa . ..........
Westers TJnkia Tel. ...
Wise, Central, coca. ....
do pfd. ...,',,.
Virginia Chemical , ....
Total sale for gay,
Amarlcaa Sngsr, common, si-dtrldeod cf 1
t ueu msaey sssssw ac imj psr cent,
. J 1 ' v
VKTIXO STATU OOTIBkTsTnfT BOsDS. (
l" New Tork, May 81. Oorernment bonds.
1 :.!.-, '-,.,. .Dste. ,.ld. .Asked.
Twos, reglaterad ions im -
do COUDna lU.tO 1(1414 i
Threes, registered 1W18 1S loS
do coODon aWlS lot luk -
Tbrsse, sawn bonds 1 mis
Fours, raslatered. new ..... inxn 1 ... 12bu
lours, rsgisserso,. oiu .....a Jierj lot ,
do coupon 1828 12B
Fours, reglstsrad, old ....iMloi7 1D1U
dn conpon .............. loot 101 14
Fours. Phlllneloee ... 1804 InevZ
Twos, Panama," registered .. .... 14
OS coupon ............... .... -10
Y'-v-,,.. .: "." " .
Oata reel at Forty Cants. i
(Spsctel tnsputch to The. Journal.) '
Sllrertoa. Or.. Mar SI Sereral of the Waldo
Rllla farmer pooled (hair oata laat work, ag
rresatlng 8,000 basbete. and Inrlted bids. Th
Fischer Milling, oompany ef thle city cociirad
the. product. Forty cauls Is said to bars keen
Movement Is on Foot to Make a Uni-"
form Commission Charge cf Ten Per
Cent in the City's Wholesale District
Lives Up to Its Eeputation
m the Tieat Market Dur
: . ing the Past Season: '
" d 4 0 4 d d d
Xtskorr of Hay Option. -Ths
May option .of wheat,'
which closed Its career , today,
has been Tory erratic "It opened
at St Ho. was high at II,' low at
74 o and closed its career to
day .at 7o. By months IU
high and low pries this season
May, ISO, I4H $41o: ' Jun..
S3t987e; July. , OH084Ho;
August 7SiOflHo: Beptember. :
7SH7c; October, . 77H
80 o: November- 71Us7tu?
4 i December 7f 7 Ho; January,
; 1S07, 7$147; February.
7 80 c; March, 74 HO 78 He;
April. 7HOIlc;KMay, 1.04.
'-' CHICAGO WBBAT TAICW.' ' '
U. a, if., a. a.i.
in. ' 1
, ...... . m ina , ma aot.
auir ......... .BBV4 , ,.8u. M
Mptetnher V..' 1.00 .OOVB .00
vecemoer .... 1.01 Wi 1.00 U. .01
Chicago. May 81-Althongh all other options
or wheat ware oulta active ano- . .
ChSneee Im warn. . , ( .
:r:.""': p'"m "
71 11 uispisreo oy tba trade. At
mo osy me isn-T sisy option wss
no mors, the cteslns bslna mlmnmi . .
ranced over the prerloua cloalng. For the last
month , ths trading bss bees on so sxtenalr
!2 J: Uv 1 ' the May option waa 7H,e,
-"""- a-oa ios a nnanai aunng
that time. Thla eomnaraMl I.K . 1 J
JHe for kne earn month la lwOS. During that
time May enowed a ranging gala of about 10s,
bJost, moatef It just before, the optica
Tortaj's msrkrt held a gals of e to le
ae : e Bains were general throughout
IT--W . .."""V aa iais cost me marks!
Ef" be earir. gslna due to - ths strong
foreign situation snd the .i. .
srsuod Watertee, low., , . . .
Official eajotauons har rlae.a.
- .; " WBEAT. - S
Onesu ' Hfefi.
r wi wot,
July - OS . . j iiiou
September ..... no . loiu
Dscember ...... 10014 " 102
May Bnla SSH
July SS ; -. 84i
September .... u 84H
May 47 4i
July ! 801
Bsptsmoer .... . so4 401
Msy ..........IMS . ISXS
July -.. ...... ..147 - l(WO ;
September lsao lfkJT "
Ms .......... 2 B22 '
July 4.... S22 . sas
septemher ... 43 BBO
May 1 BRS SRs
July seo ' '. ' SB2 1
September ..... SOS SOT
( ' ITTlaTOOX. OBAOT xtAXXZT.
Lfrsrpool, May tl .Official prlcsc: "
' .u :. WBBAT.
-, v - Xpsa. Ctec.
Jsly-.... Ts 2d Ts td
Sept. . Tc 8d Ta 4 lid
May 80. Gain.
n I I
Jaly .... 4a Ilttd ds 11U4 4s 104
sepx, ,...ee ivjau sexuiaa . as ua .
V Bsw-Tsrh What BTarlwi, '
rfew 'Tork. Mar 81 Wheat close: Jul.
sH. XssdS '-Whsat kUrks.
St. Louis. May Sle Wheat closs: ' Jatr.
MXW TOBX OOTtOkT MAXXXT.
f- Si. . ao.
January ................. 1204
1208 i 117
July ... 11W
-1168 . 1125
, 1166 i 1132
! 11X7 ; 114B
Auansc ... If .
September .nrTIM .
October 1170 '
- XJvsrpoel Oetioa aetiv. . . . '
MaoraooL Msr SI. Cotton to tores wees
active and close barely steady. 14Q17 point ap.
ZatOS aTenDy TOtklsrht, r
Burkhard' ball. E. Bumsld At Grand.
ENGINEERS KILLED BY
FALL FE03I PRECIPICE
- (Journal Special Bet ltc) '
Oeneva, May 3 L Ernest Kasssr and
Otto Hegerter, two engineer employed
by th FdraI railways met with a
tragic death a few days ago.
Accompanied br four members of a
Zurich .Alpine club they left Wesoen
without t gjilds to climb. the Bpeer, 4.120
feet high. Near ths summit they lost
their way In ths deep snow and decided
to return, '!' . i .: : i
KAsser and Hegerter led th party.
which attempted to make a record de
scent with glissades. . Th first two men
suddenly arrived at steep slop leading
to a precipice. They saw their danger,
but were unable to stop, and as they
slid down with frightful rapidity they
warned those behind of their danger.-
Th next moment they were hurled
over the precipice and fell (00 feet, be
ing Instantly killed. Th othsr four re
turned in safaty. . i-f-
PRINCE OF MONACO IN
'GUISE OF PEACEMAKER
7 - ' e- . ..f .
(Journal Sneetal Smsus.t
Nice, May 81. Tb Prince of Monaco
has been taking an important part in
politics recently. After dining with
M. Plnohon, minister for foreign affairs
of. Francs.' th Prince -of Monacco left
for Berlin th , next day. . Ths . Royal
Opera company of Monaco was giving
a series of performance In Berlin and
It was openly snnounced that ths princs
went to the German capital to witness
ths celebrations. Rumors were put In
circulation, however, to th effect that
th real object of th visit of th
princs to Berlin after visiting Parla was
to act as a conciliator betwsen Franc
snd Germany. The fact that th prlno
Is or Is supposed to bs on very friendly
terms with ths rGermnn emperor con
tributed to giv color to th report, 1
a nere is reason to belrev mat there
as not a psrticls of foundation .for
It, however, -and there is- no ground
whatever to suppose that the rumora
were countenanced by th prince him
tan Bally Tonight .'
Surkhard's ball, SL Burnsld Oranil
Low. . rvias.
. r i wa
. s - 100
" 100 ' 101
- SSt4 ---- BSt4
; th ' dH
: 4S - 4U
isss ' lass
147 . lo0
1800 .H 1660 .
847 4f A
SS - as
1 800 .
SEHD ALL VOUR
Fiesta. Headquarters Desires
iiona i Wlilch "Will Help.
Tb' management of th great roee
carnival baa Issued a request to cltl
senn that they lend - to - fiesta head
quarters photographs or other Illustra
tions .they may hare obtained by visits
to flower carnivals. The pictures may
carry suggestive ideas for floral floats,
street or building deoorations - which
will bs of use to thoe who expect to
participate la the fiesta. - -,
Ths pictures will be displayed at tb
carnival headquarters In the 8 wetland
building, where societies or Individuals
arranging floats may nee them. They
may suggest pointers oa parade deslgna.
Circular letters are being sent by ths
Portland Admen's club to th various
Admen's olubs throughout the country,
requesting , press, exploitation 01 . tn
Portland carnival week. Press notice
for us are Inclosed.
Ths exhibit f rar blooms at th
Forestry b'Jllding will be under th Im
mediate - control of ths ' Ross Society,
through Bee rotary McFarland,. . .
Railroad men ars doing their utmost
to advertlss and aid ths Rose carnival.
Several hundred dollars ars bejng sub
scribed by ' the agents and passenger
fores for a railroad men's. floa 'which
they are determined to make most at
tractive.- Ths Harrlman tinea ars hav
ing printed large posters In three col
ors to bs distributed all over, the north
west . Th main feature of th poster
is a. largo red rose. - ' .' . :
Mary J." HarrisV Attorney
Told Her, to Keep Out of;
: Timber Game. . : :
'tSpeddl THa patch te The JoumaL) '
Moscow, Idaho, Uv SI Th direct
lamination of Joel rt. Henton waa con
cluded tn th land fraud eases this
morning. Hs stated on cross-examination
that hs had been Indicted for per
jury in 1806, but had never been tried.
Us dsnled that he bad agreed to testify
against ths present defendants If the
district attorney would not prosecute.
Mary J. Harris testified to having met
Bobnett In the Methodist church at
Lstwlston. He suggested that shs and
her sisters could take up timber claims,
although not of age, and they need not
go upon tba Jand. Hs said he would
furnish ths money. Bhe consulted an
attorney, who advlssd bsr to hava noth
ing to do with ths matter and she
dropped It, Her cross-sxamlnatloa is
in progress, . v; - '-',
SMALL MISTAKE LEADS
q:0 MUCH LITIGATION
Because William Kern Failed to Plat
Donation LancI 48 of His Do ;
scendant Art) In Court.1 , v."
Because of a slight mistake . mads
by William Kern IS years ago In plat
ting a part of his donation land claim
as a auburb of Portland, 48 of bis
descendants havs become involved in
litigation In th circuit court Kern In
1881 platted half of bis claim into 81
tracts of 8H acres each, but In filing
the plat with th county recorder. num
bered only to of tham. leaving yi
thirty-first without a number. .
Tract No. 81 eventually reached th
hands of Hattle W. B. Smith apd oth
ers,' who now find that their tltls-4s
clouded because the recorded descrip
tion of ths orlvftuU tract want not .com
plete. Th suit wss brought against
all th heir of William Ksrn, som of
whom are hi great grandchildren, t
quiet th Smiths' title to th property.
Attorney H, M. Eater ly appears for th
Smiths. . 1 v
PRINCE EDWARD HAS
: HIGH FINANCE LESSON
. (Joe reel Special Bert Ice.) N, " "
London, May tl. Llttl Prlnc Ed
ward, two of his brothers and his sis
ter were Initiated into high flnanc th
other afternoon by a visit to th Bank
of England. So unostentatious was ths
visit that ths stalwart janitors had
som misgivings about admitting th
small party of eager children until tb
nurs . In charge explained who . they
wer. . T' c : . v
. Crossing th courtyard th visitors
ntered th large hall of th lasus de
partment, where ' for several moments
they watched the notes being. Issued
and 'cashed. The appearance of nu
merous faces behind ths bars of ths
counters seemed to remind them of a
visit to another of London's sights and
their infectious laughter soon . spread
round tn room. . . . .
a. i 4 '
Wood Felled bf Gladstone's Ax.
- From ths Manchsster Guardian.
l Wliat Mr. - Gladstona . most enjoyed
sbout th Chateau d Chron (adds our
correspondent) were ths beautiful
walks In th neighborhood. Many pho
tographs wars taken of. fclm there, but
the one h liked moat was a photo
graph in which hs apd Lord Rendel
appeared walking arm tn arm; deep In
political discussion. I earns acroaa a
copy of It once In a remote farmhouse
In Montgomeryshire, and on the back
of it was written. To Mr. John Jones
Vnch!r,wlth best wishes. W. .IB. Glad
stone." ' , -
John Jones was a farmer, a constitu
ent of Lord Rendel, a tremendous ad
mirer of Mr. Gladstone,, and an ama-
tsur woodcarver. Hs had .one writ
ten to tb prim minister asking for
some wood felled by th statesman's
ewn axe, and for some time afterward
ha regularly received a supplyf wood
whenever Mr. Gladstone brought down
a nw tre. -. , -
Thl h worked up Inter walklag stick
handles, crosses, . - lockets, necklscea
etc- and they ' wars greatly prised
among his friends.
Theodore B. BurtonJ who. as alleged.
Is favored by administration people at
Washington for th speakership of th
next congress In preference to Mr. Can
non, has represented a Cleveland district
for everal years in the national houss of
representatives and was chairman of the
rivers and ' harbors committee In th
fifty-ninth eongr. Hs Is a lawysr by
profession and aa authority on flnanc j
SAW CISCO; CALt-
Capital (paid ap) 1 00,000. , Surpras aad Tn. FroflU fAOOO,
; Officer and XMrootora: Louts J. WUd, Pres.: R. M. Powers.
Vloe-Prea: H. B. MU1. Vlc-Prai Chaa. U Williams, Cash
ler; le J. Rice, Assistant Caahlsr; E. atrahlman.
' ' sjend Vs Tom leaelfl jforthwest ZVesa "
Sesi Us Yezr Vk..wrs f:r Czzi Treataeal
SMI DKGO, CAUFCHTflA
BAIJratXr According to-a buIleUn on th llmatology
of California,'' recently .published bjr th . U. S3. Department
of Agriculture.' that portion of Ban ptego County 88 to IS
miles eaat and northeast of th City of San Diego, has th
heaviest rainfall of any part of Southern California, :
-..-".'; ' V . , i '.' :', : : :. -..
llAST OP SUNDAY EXCURSIONS JUNE 2 VIA
Tickets on salt Northern Pacific Ticket Office Third and
! , - Morrison Streets, and Union Depot. .. v
Demoastratod by Certain
. meats by Profrssor Gates. - '
' Plunging his arm Into a Jar filled with
vat. em the nolnti nf nvarflnwlnsr and
keeping his position without . roorlnfI
Proessor Elmer Gates of the laboratory
of psychology at Washington directed
hi thinking to th arm. Th blood soon
entered th arm la suoh quantities, de
clares ths Writer la Curernt Literature,
as to anlarg It and causa tb water In
tb Jar to overflow. ,c. , .. . -x
By directing his thoughts to his arm
for a certain length of time daily for
many days bs permanently ' inoraased
both Its slse and strength. He even In
structed others to produc ' th lane
effects on various bodily Organs, thus
demonstrating. It la contended, the- ac
curacy of tba statement that muscle can
be developed by .a propero course of
thinking aa well as by exercise.
Professor Gates, moreover, has shown
what Is called, ths eausetlv character
of thinking in a long' series of experi
ments, t He has found . that change1 ef
th mentaT'Vtat changed th chemical
character of the perspiration. ,
: - When treated with ths sama chemical
reagent ths perspiration ' of an angry
man showed one- color, that of a man
In grief another, and so on through ths
long list of emotions.
'Each mental state persistently exhib
ited Its own peculiar result every time
the experiment was repatd. Each kind
of thinking, by causing changes In glan
dular or vlscsral activity, produced dif
ferent chemical substances, which were
being thrown out of tb system tn ths
when th breath of Frofeaaor Gates'
subject was passed through . a tube
cooled with ice so as to condense It
volatile constituents a colorless liquid
resulted. ' He kept th : man breathing
through ths tube, but mad him angry.
Five minute afterward a sediment ap
peared in th tub. Indicating tb pres
ence there of a new substance, which
had ben produod by th changed -physical
action caused by a Chang of ths.
mental condition. Anger gave a brown
ish substance, sorrow - gray, remorse
pink, and so on, . Ths results showed.
aa ta tha sxperiments with th perspira
tion, that each kind of thinking pro
duced Its ewn peculiar substance, whloh
tb system was trying to sxpek -
' Ifldo Baage-of Wolves." -
From Fur'Nsws '..' '','
Th rang of a pair of wolves Is an
area of from six to 10 miles square.
of & Useful Life
Nothing hu ever been devised to equal life insurance. ;
It is the easiest, fairest, safest way 'for' the man who is '
, of use to others to extend that usefulness beyond his life
time with them. This does not appeal to the gay and
- giddy, but there have been enough who felt the need of fuia
thing such protection to make and keep. ; n ; . ' .
" tha o-restest oro-anlr.atSnn nf its s-ind m
'r; world.- For sixty-lour years the ' ;
Mutual Life has protected an increasing number of homes,
keeping ssfe the trust and paying promptly the money
.laid aside to provide for, "the home folks" after the un
selfish nrOVldcr himself has r!nartaw4 Tn-Amv aha aama "
'- protection is offered to
; . suchr'.' ..' . '.. .:
The Tlnie to Act is NOV
For th new. form of policies consult
' nenrett sgsot, or writ direct to -, , .
: l ' '
Th Mutual Lit
t , of New
i: i 'r'i
; Rw H. JENKINS. ;
General Passenger Agent.
When ' ths hunter lsarrrs that wolves
bav been een and heard in a certain
locality It may tak several days Of
scouting before the dogs .can bo got
on the tralL ; -
Th ' hunter- must look' sharp- for
signs In soft or sandy places and along
creeks and streams. The old lady wolf
'"- "in. go- w iiisBsarest water
to-drink, wherjjcavlrtgv.thaden,' or go to
get a drink as sh returns from the
hunt before going to tb den. aad Its
locality Is often found oa account of
that habit. , , -
A. wolf track can bo distinguished
from that' of a dog. because ths two
front toenails arc sst further ahead,
making tha track mors pointed. When
wolves ars ' running. . and : ee pec tally
frightened, these toes spread apart, mak
ing a track that at a haaty glance looks
very much liks tb track of a deer.
Travel of a Pennsylvania Teacher. -
:'J--, ' From ths Philadelphia Record. " "' ''
Milan Walker, son of ex-Sheriff Miles -Walker
of Ckntrs oounty,who laat June
graduated from th Belief on te . High
school. Just closed his first term of :
teaching school; and with It has triads
quite a record. j.-:'-..'. . 7r
His school was at Rock Forge, whfrh T
Is ssven-snUes-from Bellefonte; prefer. V
ring te board at home, hs walked thes
14 mils each day, with tha exception,
of fourteen trips which h mad oa a .
blcycla The distance covered during
th term waa 8.75S miles, and, taking '
from that tba 60 miles which h trav
elled on his tike" leaves I.RIO mUes
which he walked. He left Bellefont -early
In the morning, and quit often
th thermometer registered 10 to 14 de- .
greee below sera. In addition h brok -his
way through ths snow to ths school- "
nous and made) fir,' Raving th room
warm befor school waa called at t
o'clock, . ., ; .;;,;.,.. -uv-.. u".
,' ! Alaska Needs Railroads.
- From Systamj. -
Th thing that ts holding back Alas- '
kan mining and trad ts ths Inadequate ,
railroad facllltlea of the country an
Insuperable obstacle to trade ' beyobd '
th merest necessities of existence.
"At ths present time there is ontr
ons railroad that penetrates to ths In
terior of Alaata and of that only 10 '
miles ars on American soil. This road
runs from Skagway, - at -the head ef
Lynn canal, and connects the tidewater
with tha Tukon river. Except during
the four months thst navigation la open
from June to Octoberthis railroad
controls th trade of the Tukon val
ley. It Is as if ths only railroad be
tween ths Atlantic and ths Mississippi
wsr from .Albany to .Troy. '
other useful men.'
York. ' ,
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