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THE v OREGON DAILY ' JOURNAL, 1 PORTLAND, MONDAY ' EVENING, JUNEv 3, 1907.
' On Account of Their Mixed Condition
a Wide Range of Prices Still Exists in
the Egg Market Along Front , Street.
g IS VERY 000
WHAT DEALERS SAY U
OF LOCAL JURKTS t
: Every Prospect for a; Sharp
, Auvance in umneu, oai
I' moo All Used Up.
1 By W, B. Olaflce Co. ;I
Larger receipt hv caused 4
somewhat easier, and It majr ba '
aid, a , weaker : ton In -. th
poultry market Springs, es
pecially, are showing a disposi
tion to easen up, but. thus far
there baa been no accumulation.
The egg market waa very
badly . mixed .during, the paat
week. Arrival ahowed a sort
of condition, som being quite
fair, while other were very ,
poor. The latter resulted from
keeping shipments too r long.
The prices on various. days had
a range of fully SVs .cents. .
Dressed meats are easier, al-
though the receipts are not ,
t heavy ' enough to causa aiy
slump In prices as yet ,. "
- Creamery butter holds a very
e - good tone with storage demand
e very heavy. Country store in .
good cau. . r
Outlook fer Mlmea Yrioe Oeod. I e
nun practically bo did point eaugnt 10 4f 4y 4J 4y 4y 4) 4y 4y 4y 4y 4y 4y y 4) 4y 4y
uhjbdii river l in m nmm ioer w mrwrj iiKit
kood et thU tlroa that blgti price are taro to
F IN NEW YORK
Stocks Demoralized Worse
; Than dt Any Time Since
; Today market foe tares:
V Outlook for salmon price good,
v Wide price la tag market,
r Poultry Mr; price bold. -
Wboat fluke era advanced.
Ortioa cherrle com log filter.
Big range la at raw berry price.
Cantaloupe are selling lower.
Prospect for aprloot production.
i, rirst blackberrlee are la market.
fJ. 4 N. W.
...M Orat Northern
.15 T. Central
Haw Tork atocka war even mora demora Iliad I
today than at anr time alnca the March rta-
prsasmi. TO neavr attacka made by tb bears
. Vat Oa
Pennay Irani ...
HI Union Pacific .
, a. steel ........
do preferred ....
Report of Crop Expert Snow
Fails to Cheek Bearish
; n'ess in Wlieat Pit.
. ..... I I aaswnai'us. ill UVS F 1 1 V HI Del UT
rut m an grease and in arery district, wuii i . . I .... , .i. M .......i.t- .i,k..K
a wan opening valuce have ae yet bean ,lM: i.V "iT ZZ. ?r u'-JT ward the cloae there waa a sllcbt onward ton-
earned by Colombia rtrar packsre the sales I4 Mtt. no hn: UmW u.ViM. il m f-. dency due to short covcrmg. Closlne Irnnt,
made thus tar bare been mostly at 1100 for I J(t0. cioMnnlM. g4.no oar. dos: araoa fruit. 1 bowcrer. were lower than on Saturday, Amri-
tana, 11.7ft lor pound flaU and 1 1.00 for ball I 3.M; strawberrlea, Oregon, II. 7413. 00 iwr I e(na wr WMk n(1 low' ,n London and this,
flats. Packers report that thay hare already I crate; eberriea, gl.OO per Jo-lb box; irooerbcr-1 wltk gold exporU of 12.000.000 today from
r id; apnoota, S3.0Oci3.SB:. joa'an-1 i,cw mrum wpnwa w noes maraei.
by Oeerbeck, Starr
Crop Bipert Zs BnUlsh.
Crop Expert 8now in his re
port Issued today estimates tho
wheat crop at 40.000,000 bushels
less than a month ago. He pre-
dicta 11,000,000 bushel for Ne- d
braeka as against (2,000,000
buahela a year ago. The oats fd
crop of the country he gives a
oondttlon of 81 per cent, aa
against It per cent a year ago, 4
and a 10 years average of 91
per cent 4
eTorsoia tneir proapectiTe pecs roc tee saaaon i rtae, .sc. poi
wtce orer. ia au districts tbare waa a snort-1 oarriae, lHHaioc per box; bUckberrles, ll.SS
t sound I waiting to see what the Oo- v bo eta bleb Turnips, new. Meet I ear:
rlrer Is going to do without prices for Tfc.il-.!0Jr. ' j l-T5 Per
as binge on the latter. Oa the Bound J" ,1rthBl!!!t'i to,n,v
i seam of tbe opinio, th.t a still hlgber Jg,' '.VrrlS hn
in tha catch to data thta mum. I Per crate.
'Pncat aound la waltlna to aa what tbe Oo-1 VEOETABLEg Tornlpa. new. tOcftll sack!
W1 "r ,"chd " P lb; ertkbokee. estlTSe par dos: Hsbbsrd
A 11 market ere bare of stock end tbe new aquaab. So par lb; crauberrtea. 10.0oail.00
Deck eomee with better Droa pacta than any I nar barralt nmu n lh-
prerloaa saesoa. I TAtJBOe per do bnncbea; rhubarb, m( I Amal. Copper Oo.
CHICAGO WHS AT VALCE8.
June 9. June 1. Loaa.
.9T I .nou
iqm a. 4i
...,... .8T4 I .
HAYOR HAY BE
Sherbie Becker of Milwaukee
Has Good Offer From a
WILL GET FIFTEEN
HUNDRED EVERY WEEK
Brady Wants "B07 Executive" to
Flay Leading Role In "Tho Man of
the Hour," Which W Written
Prom His Life History.
Outside Opinion of almoa.
la . per
rhnharh. ilill I Amal. Conner OO. M
onion, lie per do; I American Car foundry, eom. SN
fS.M per erata: spin- Cotton Oil, eom. W
As tan rr.neko Journal thu. rerWw. tbe .oh.Tl.wT rr &Z7n nnmTZi: "CI Africa. IoV.
nouae, i.7S per box; cucumber. DOeull.OOl american raar, . com
ealmon alt nation:
Tb trade both bare and la tb eeat are I go: radiahaa. Ida dos bonehaai aDlaiT ia I American Smelt., com.
watting for eometbtng determinate about tb per lb. Anaconda Mlnln Co. . .
Columbia rtrer pack, but nothing la carta In DRIED FRCtTS Apple, eraporated. gO Anwiiraa Woolen, eom.
yet, einept that up' to date tha run of Bah la Te per lb aprionta. lSMQiOe par lb: peach, Atchuton, com
tbe rtrer I small and that of canned flan aaoae- "d'H0 PT lb; sack. 4 a par lb le: prune. Baltimor A Ohio, eom.
eerily amall also. It to felt, howartr, that 2o 40. Be6e: He drop oa each 1-10 amallar "l' BPld Tranalt
u 11. ..a .., else: fur. California black. MMUt nar Ihi Canadian Pac. com. ..
buWwTu lh. mZ dnolntoT .11 teen ! P. d.t.lo, Crntl Lc.thar. com.
.-i. .h.. h.. .4a rat. Th. ra w eoi; tarda, gi.eoai-bo per 10-m oos. V"!r" ut.
up; It I a long OOAR-Cob 10.13; powdered. $5.TH; JSKaiS nSi Wm
95 !? L-i Store.' &J82iL2i SS::":::
uraawi cuimw. I -olden C. tli lTUi ri ..UoV aiifrTU! uoio- "outbeni. com ,
at lately eetebllabed rates. In b f?t,S Zl- UrratrToet h-Jf Barrel Ulwn Hud.cn
nerket to aetlre end. recent ehlpmwte K?" InVck bill. I nTr Omni,, eom.....
Western, ana in
1 . k.. :a 1.. --k .rrtn.n. and I Orooartaa. auta. Zta. - . ". " rau. ,...izn
...;.7 .. -.T, ..." " I. i. . .I SOGAR Cuba. fl.iau: nowderad. 1B OTU: I Xnl0 . ?:. m.
time line there ba been o
thto market. Local demand
rery good et lat
MIT. in. unit u acilTa aou rmnil auipiuvia I oil., . . , t
rwm thla clfr br rail ara balne dlitrlboted I -IT T. ..TT'.. I Erie. com.
fr 7 .li th. "rtnclDriobber; la AtUntle Hon.T'" " Illinoi. Central
and middle west eltlee. Tbe small stock oa HONEY IS. 00 per erata. Jf I A ,IJnT'Ile
band here to manlfeet from tbe lightness of tbe COKFEK Packer brenda, 1B 8S01.S. uli". . ,"J jl-
iport wblob oar almost sltogatbar dtoap- SALT Ooerse-JUelf ; pound, 100a. 111.00 par f5 CS-"2,J ?
mred fn; 60s, gll.00: table, dairy. 60a. I6.00; 100.. J?u7?iYl T com '
.A.i ... k.. 114.70: batoa. IS.OO: Imnnrtl I l..roo.l iin. DlatlUera 2
Moori urmarkel s the flrmWt InTtbeto mem- ! le. 1170 J34. 16.00; it fin. 2"" i",,r.2:rn ,i 123
cleaned up e well. "Tbe market for U gradaa 9 60 toS B0""' U 00: N.tlonal Lead ...:.::::::::::.:: b
U I V 111. Ull. U . . U W BWI.II. (II
f J I the wbeat trade and orer tbe country that big
3 I apeculatlon la likely to continue, althoufb tbe
; 1 traae la paaaing throng a quiet period now.
rnitowina tn eicited bull campaign or nri
rlon weeka. These who bare aold out tbelr
km wbeat will hardly be willing to wait on
til the crop fl-ure are out on June 10. before
replacing their holding. Nearly all European
countries are renortln eery low on euotiliee.
Tbe Argentine baa but moderate balance of
laat year a crop to eunply Kurope. winter
wheat daman la established and the aprln
crop ia yet 10 oe maaa.
A 1 opt tone were weak today, despite tbe Ml
llah sstlmate t-iren out by Bnow.Ten de
crease of 1.0S8.O0O buabala In tbe rf.lble did
not check tbe beartahneee today and the clnalng
waa 44 to He lower for July ana September
reepecurely and unchanged for December. LWer-
pooi w weal and closed id anoar Saturday.
Official Chlcaeo m-iee br Orrbrk. Starr A
Dee ......... SOU 61 tt
Sept t 8
of salmeo," tb Kelly-Clarke "piany r. u to n)M ef tt New York Central
OUOLSa mm Tulle. IU -Wl wvuiava .w .. h- r-. Lntm evawtlsl -iMM aasl.aaa s I
MmAUiem. Practically all m&f of Mlnxm nrt I
um u anil wa could dlaooa of 1,000,000 1 ' nrrn lmnarii T. n.. h. l a.. w I North Airier Iran
Mu. ie ... k.a Hun an haait tndar. before tbe I IUi; timm r. , 11.'. k.. rwu' I Northern Pacific, com.
new pack la put on tbe market Tbe American 6c Pacific Mall Bteamahlp Co.
market I In particularly Ana abape. Ordinarily, I BEANS Small whlt. g.); tore white, nnJTS,u . "wy
aaerly 600.000 caeea r sent to England., nut $3.28; pink, 3.aS; bayou, 3.7S; Lima. BMe; E1 Stff 1 t,r com-
'f r'ulrNnTnd0 a,r- of I NUTf-"p;..uto: J-mbo. H. p- lb; Vh Hepubllc Iron Steel, com.
tb ' tremenduona American demand.
T. Meyers, the pioneer cannery mi
Bonnd. who own , a large cannery
inset norml rua to. the nortk l ummer. 1 )b. ki.. 10, lh. I Southern Pacific, com
. . ii .1 ... k. mMiA rh . t wa WllllI . - . ; . .. . r .. . I B. . tj-11
bar ao troubto thto year In curlng sofflcient n,. eiibart. We per lb; 'fancy pecaaa, 180200; Tenneeae Coal Iron '.
labor, which waa on of our greateet dlfflcul- almond, 19Q2iye. Texaa 4 Paclfle
tie last eaon. Tb mtol r coating vt Tt.k .. t.i.i.. Toledo, St. L. dt W., com
mtTtT-toreara, yet tj-, h.tber rBESH ATSX. fane. -l
thcr wlU be ny .dr.nc Ja quotations IHe9a -,r , tQU , , p "te4 .
Tarieu. Stra.barry Yalu. St-'RcE "sife0 W1 80 o.r"m !
i Tliere ws. wld range ef raluee In tbe 'VKsSJEr ttf(?LK-- h ,k 'ebb common Ig2
i.r.-olrry rk.t on Troot aimlfft toM'lbf 11 W1'M,n. Central, com.
sale .of goad- berrto wer mad as Jow 18w8 ,b 1.' . w 7bi. idc: break f..t
$1.75. tor while " .U,1".J.I . 16H22e per lb; plcnlca, lJc par lb; NEVADA BUXIXQ QUOTATIONS
... vi.k Ttifai latter mnm tor wmtbinc 1 Mtti.. ter.11 iiu ik. Uar..i.. -u- -1 I t
sj IB -aa . 7 . . . I 'x 7 r- W ,igHMi auuii vivttr.
elect. Th aTfniir pric. ourminva wnui vu-j i amnH)xi, ivo per id; moked. 114c i
eKia?0 g V niA,
July .'leiT 1M0 181T IflW A
Sept 1087 1047 1 637 1649
Jnlr 910 91B SOT 910 B
Sept 2T 9.12 9M P2T
Oct 92T 937 026 925 B
July 877' 8W 8T8 8T5
Sept 890 800 887 S90
I rlnia. lua nr in? mt.i itin nmm ik, i.na. I do preferred
man of PuMt 6&ie; reeited, 77H per lb; cocoa- leiaod com. . . . .
, In DOt. Wf 90c par doa; walnuTa. California. 10 foole San Fraa.. 2d pfd.
I rH,l. nfm'. I ft ?'. loe.per.lb; pin. auto.. 1415c i-4V!i W.. com
LIVXB.F00L ORAJV MARKET.
Llrerpool, Jun t. Official prices:
Open. Close. June 1.
.Ts lAd Ts H4
.7s 8d 7s t
d Ts JH4
d Ts 414d
4s HUd 4s HUd 4s HHd
4s lOKd 4s lOXd 4s 10d
St. Loul. Wneat Ibrfcet.
St. Louis, June 8. Wbeat Close: July 94 He
te ner lb:
day was sbont a oo. ' f,?,"0.0? ,,!!, J?00- i Bid Prices Current Today on the San
. . . . . . - l . - iMmb anrf I nee lh! aainkari. Be tee lh h.IIU. Mn. I
blackberrle. Stock, earn from
to good abap. may oia t i.w p.r :"-,
San Ptanclao, June 8. Official bid price:
Sandstorm 87c, Mohawk $15.00, Columbia Mt.
craie ot io .u , i .h
. ,n hatter condition and T U-I
k.jw 4t IvUcal, uku Kettle leer, 10. ism per annerorm btc, uonawt 15.00, Colnmb a Mt
tog t fH-J T fra.t. i I. US' per lb; DO-lb tins, liie per lb- 46c. Jumbo Ext. 1.42'4. Vernsl 21c. Pennsrl
Hrawiey caniawapaa -""i steam rendered, 10a, 12c per lb; Ba, 12Me I Ttnla ScA, Ooldfield M. Co. 81.20A. Kendall
buca, uootn ax. Blue uun sue, Adorn. 10c, 811-
Hew Tork Wneat Market.
New Tork, Jun 8. Wheat Close, $1.04 bid.
Xraluth Wbeat Market '
Dutntb, June 8. Wheat Cloee. 1.00H.
PORTLAND STOCK EXCHANGE
... . it v. . . r- i, i .ieeoi nrouerati, iv., ic per jo;
and are In quite flr condition. They sou Mr eompoomj, m,. Si4 r.r ib.
today at $2 and $2.60 per crate or is meuna. CANNED BALMON--Columbla rlrer. l ib talla.
Oreexm ensrnea are otdui I -ew; -io tans, x. (d; rsacy i-it nat. si.so;
i Oram, i o;
Tha California ateamer was due to unroeo ta , lau. ti.yu.
r.iirnmi. nrorince thto morning. Tb Southern I riMH Koc cod, Te per Ib; flounder, fle per
SMnT't'J.ia tb. Joath wm rral hour, lb; h.Ubut, 6He per lbT.trlped b...,12c W;
. . , . e.iii.n, juc per id: ealmon, treab Columbia
"w.'ti. nr.ii. .no la .rrlrtog in eery poor "He lb; etaeUiead. per lb; ber-
.- - - - . . rai, w per .nj soie. oc .par id; aonmpa. nie
snspe sou some .".. I Pr ,D! Pr. ec per lb; black cod, 7e per :b
a Its price $1. Some at $1.20. torn cod. 7c par Ib; lobsters, 16e per Ib; treat
Briaf Mote of th Trade
Bank of California $338.00 $330.00
nanaera- Mimnermen s . ... 1O4.0U
Mercbants' National ....
Ore iron Trout A Barings .
fort una Trust Jo
United Statea National .
LISTED SECURITIES (BONDS.)
American Biscuit Co. 6a 98.50
rer Pick SOc, Ner. Boy 7e, B. B. Ext 13c,
Bine Bell 7c. Dixie 80c. O. Columbia Silo hi.
ocraia oca, est. t tea use, uonqueror lie, nik
Bock B, Lone Star 18c. Oro 17c. Kendall Exi
2c. 8a(.t. Ext. 4c. Marne 6c. Atlanta 118.
(treat Mend one, umpire lOcA, Bed Top Ext
$2.30. Florence $3.80, Dlam'f B. B. Con. 20c
O. Daisy $1.10, Laguna 10c A, Comb. Fra-t. I American Biscuit Co. 6a 98.50 100.00
$2.45. Or. Bend Ext. 18c, Gr. Bend Am. Tc, City Subnrban 4a 93.00
Millatorm 0cA, B. B. Bonanaa 5c, Kewano Home Telepbon 6 8n.00
Tic. Esmeralda 18c, Portland ITc, Cracker Jack a 9T.00 lOO.fH)
17c. Red Hill SA Mnhnk Vrt ii. rn mn. If). W. P. A Rr. Aa iftnnn ini v
mackerel, 8c per lb; erawflab. 2e per do; stur-1 9c, T. Tiger ITeA. Orsndm 12cA. S. Pick Ext. Pacific Coaat Biscuit Co. as . 97.00 100.00
Ross 6c, Col. Mt. Ext. ocA, Qoldf. Cons. I Portlsnd By. o 99.25
I MISCELLANEOUS BTOT1CH
ihsikilt. I Associated Oil IU no. ssnn
ftnklv .1 TK U..(m. Kft. . O..U M. II 1 a. .A
19cA, Con. Vlrelnia 6(tc. Haraee 46c. Hale A I Pacific Telephone i Tel. rnfd.l imnn
Norcroeia ooc, xeilow jacket 75c. Belcher SOc, 1 Fuget Sound Telephone 40.00
oierra nev. wc, sixcneqner oac, union sue. I MIVIVR STOCKS
unnnai 1"C, Bum. M. V. IOC. Mont. BUIir. Manhattan Onwn Point 9U
4c, Nat. Bank 20c. L. Harris 2c, Amethyst 24c, Potirle Mining iflu
ffu'lJ!"& iT&Kr ib: 'h"d WaCk COMSTOCKDIS
a 18H was ooiamea i ..vw, . . OXSXBRS 8bolwtr bay, per gallon, $2.50;
anteed tock. t , . M per 100-lb ck, $4.50; Olyrnpla, per gallon,
Chiekena ar easier again but ralue hold. $2.23: per 116-lb aack, $5.509v25; Kagle.
' Dreased meat market ahows demand and sup- canoed, lc can, $7.00 do. '
nly equal at the former range. CLAMS Hardshell, per box, $2.40; ram
Alber Milling company report an adrane clam, $2.00 per box, 10c per do.
. Thla nuta tbe Dries - Walnta. Oaal Oil. St.
to8 ROPE Pur Manila, lle; aundard. 13o: S"11 B"'.Bar,; Hteinw,J, leJ, Buf. Anx. Wsshougal Extension 28
All city cresmerle. ara now "Hing butter t I.Usl. 11c. t ..... 5?tTJ"S SUZ: UNLISTED STOCKS.
Uc a pound;, tb. iMt on. I ..r' ,".tr.' Dal.r lie. Homeitake ConaT 65c. Yk rq"lna Bay Telephone , 8.00
Bonnclog tbe Cbangevtni. rooraiug. . -- J"',, r" ,,7 " Olrl 5c. Nnaaet 5c. Tramn Oona. 42c. Victor 10c. OTe"n r Ml Lumber..
e Trade PJ. tbe touowing pneca w r. - ... r TONcTPAH DISTRICT. . r''0 :".
atreet. Price pair ablpper r less regular I .7. '' ... . u,.. . . . I m.- v. ... .0,, ... British Columbia Amal,
. . - wmov..-,B, w .. twn, ?V par gni. I Aon. , i,.i. T nwi. i U . ...id. lua. I raaeanla
eommtoslon: . Iron bbto, 18e per gL . " Kxt. t20o, MacN.mara 26c. Midway $1.2o Tm. MVmooth
- j. -Oralfc ; Flow and - BBNZINE-oS deg ease. S5e per gal; Iroa Bolinont $3.80. Ton. No. Star 24c. Ohio Ton. Moraln
QVAIX BAHS Cklcutt. c, larg lot; mn 001s. vx per gai. 6cA. West ma Con, wc, Rescue 17c. Ton. A I Standard Con
tota 10c. 7 . TURPENTINE In cases, 90c par. gal; wooden Calif. ScA, Golden Anchor 23e, Jim Butler Sflc, Tacoma Steel
-" .ft fiOfOi! i.ller. S7IB88C. I WHITE 4.FAD Ton lot. 7e ner Ibi 500-lh I 12c. Monarch Pitta Ba. lSeA. Mont. Mid. Kit. I CO ELK D ALENB DISTRICT.
rrWiip:lWhola. 14 .00: cracked. $26.00 per lota, c per n- aa lota, BH per lb. I 4c. Golden Crown 10c. N. Y. Ton. lOcA. umon 09
I ttgl. . ... AAA AM AA
BARLET new reeo, .i.uvui.a.vu
.rolled. $28.0024.00; brewing, $22.00Q
' RYE $155 per cwt.
' OATS New Producer price No. 1 white,
$28.50029.00 per ton; gray, $27. 5028. 00.
r LOUR Eastern . Orgon patents, $4.80;
traigbta, $40; export. $4; ealley $4.804.40;
4.15; grabsm. U. $8.75; whole what, $4.00;
rye. 60a. $6.00: balea. $2-".
MILL8TUFF8 Bran. $17.00 per ton; mid
, dllnga. $25.00; aborts, country, $20 XX); city,
gflAY Producers' price Timothy, Willamette
eilley,. fancy, $14.oo(bit.to: ormnry, fia.uua
(Journsl Spedsl Berrlc.)
Chicago, June 2. I Mayor "Sher
bie" Becker to add to Milwaukee' fame
by becoming a matinee IdolT Tele
grama flew back and forth between
Milwaukee . and Chicago laat night
They contained fat offers In the way
of $1,500 a week salaries and promise
to make the "boy mayor" a star In a
night He la wanted to play the lead
ing part in "Tha Man of the Hour,'
which ia now playing in Chicago.
Mayor Becker is flirting with the.
proposition. That much he ad rait a.
Money, sordid money, la atandlng in
tha way. William A. Brady's repre
sentative in Chicago haa offered Mayor
Becker $1,500 In real money each week
as bait The "boy mayor" has a good
"Raise. the limit,'' aaid the youthful
mayor tonight "and I may sea th
Also, along with th salary, which
will be large enough to keep a ateam
yacht in commission in th Mediter
ranean, Mayor Becker wants privilege--He
demands that he ba allowed to de
liver lecture along the road and to
carry his own manager and press
agent Mr. Brady is not kicking at th
personal manager and pre agent de
mand, but he does not want the mayor
to lecture. If th people have a yearn
lng to see Mayor Becker, or Actor
Becker, Mr. Brady wanta them to put
their money down at trie box office.
If th two can compromise upon th
lecture end of the contract Mayor
Becker will probably ahow his really
fine eyes an auburn-tinted hair behind
From the way Mayor Becker talked
to newspaper correspondents last night,
a $500 a week ralae over th $1,500
offer would probably land him in th
theatrical manager' net if he could
still have the privilege of delivering
lectures. Mr. Becker wanta to tell the
people over the country about civic
righteousness, the value ' of public
franchise to the "people," th dinner
pall vote and other things.
The play In which Mayor Becker
may star is said by his friends to have
been written from some of tha pages
of the "boy mayor's" Ufa history, par
ticularly those which refer to political
activity. In "The Man of the Hour"
the hero ia th mayor of a thriving
little city. He is in love with a beau
tiful girl. A franchise ia at etake. If
the mayor will only souse the common
people and hand the franchise Oyer to
the political boss and a large, corpu
lent millionaire of the thrifty village,
he can have tha girl, otherwise she
will give him the mitten.
SAN DIEGO, CAL. "
Capital (paid tip) 1100,000. Hurplne and Vu. Fronts 40,000.
Officers and Directors: Louis J. Wilde, Pre.; ft. M. Powers, '
Vlce-Pre.; H. E. Mills, Vlce-Pres.; Chas. U William, Cash ,' ,
ler; L. J. Rice, Assistant Cashier; EL Btrahlman.
Bead Vn Tour raciflo Horthwert Zterna
Send Us Your Visitors for Good Treatment
San Diego's Mineral Resources
The mineral wealth of San Diego county, though known
to be great, la largely undeveloped, and offers an excellent
field for the prospector and capitalist. From on group of
gold mines at Hedges over two million dollars have been
Valuable gems sre found In great varieties In San Diego
COUNT COill mAY
Former Husband of Madame
Anna to Tell What He
Knows of Gould Family.
WHOLE FAMILY WILL
FLEE ACBOSS OCEAN
Publicity Connected With Matri
monial Vicissitudes of Millionaire
Is Not to the Liking of His
Wife Charges Husband With
Striking Her and Nine-.
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l-bbl lota. 65e Dr cal: erouari eaka. ear w.
130.00 par toa: lea tbaa car lots, $30.00 par
RECEIPTS ARE LIGHT
IN THE STOCKYARDS
WIRE NAILS Present bails at I2.bR. I uivhittiu mtTDixr I Copper King
LINSEED OIL -Purs raw. In K-hhl urf. an.. I . " . . ' . Harjpy I)ar ,
l-bbl lots. 5Se: eases. &S oar ..1: w,'r.A' "J"- . - I O. K. Con. ...
kettle-boiled, oaass, SOc per gal: B-bbl fots. Me: ZimL J"""S?.IE-7A,,ric' "7 wbo
f Ml: aron.rt e.k. ... L..' vnracrni i. ."""'"". "7l. tmainna .....
nino. itwa, nroocoff i c, w uiup. ,,rt m-'a, i uastav enavn vasna
Pl..nn fir. Vnf.ln a a Tin, l.le V H.n. I JlOOf Ufl bOFfEA XARKxTT.
uv, 4uu.u iaa ... i Adventure S2.SO. A Hone. 4S Oft 11..
VARIOUS DISTRICTS. 14.80. Atlantic It . RO. ninrh.m 1 in nn r.im ,
aairr. miTer jvina ic, runs e.w. i sw.wi. lnrennlRl sctjxi. Cod Ranee 7S."M.
No. Star Wonder 15c. Earle'a Neat 18c. Ruby I Daly Weat $16.00, Elm Rlrer 1.75, FrankliD
wonaer f c, Alice oi nouaer ec, niuourf is.nu, ureen tainanea fis.zn, ririmoy fl2.O0,
Surer Peak fl.43.
OaXarejSrfiCT ,U8t Two HunOred Head of Cattle
Arrive la Since Saturday
. - -i.Pricg -JIold
fudd ZnOouragee Datryln .
lal Dispatch to Tha Journal.)
Ilood River. Or., June 8. B. T. Judd, preat
dent of tbe Oregon State Dairy association
who ia here In the Interest of dairy products,
believes tbers is no better field open
tbe state than tbe dairy business. He
Portland Colon Stockyards. Jnna a
Bog. Cattle. Sheep, held next December.
to send a display of products to tbe meeting of
tbe assoclstlon, which it Is expected will be I
Butter, "fegg 4, foul try.
BUTTER FATif. e. V Portland Sweet
cresm, 22H23c; sour, 9OH021e.
BUTTER f 01 ty creamer , 34c; seconds,
tOtto; outside, fincy, 22H; seconds, 20Hc:
EO09 Extra fancy, eandled, lT18c.
CHEESE New Full cream, flats. lSUAlSe
aae lh: Tonne Amsrlcs. 18H(217e per Ib. I Week sto
POULTRY Mixed chickens, ISHflae lb; Today , J0f)
fancy nana, lea lb; roosters, old, 10c lb; fryers, Yesr sgo ...i 75 ' 250
90c ,per lb; broilers, 20c per lb: old ducks, Previous year 88 825 178
18914c per lb; spring ducks, 20c per lb; receipts in the livestock market continue
mm, nt Ofi9llOe nee In: inrlnr r u 101. .... H i. h t IV.,. 1 ...lu. 1. u- I -ao .
Tie Dec lb: turkaya. 17c per lb fee .old: were 200 head of cattle. No line ne .h-n I TVoa. regie tered i.
qoaba, 12.60 per do; pigeons, 11.28 par do, eama. All market are tdy. Today 80 beadL."0 """P0"
Dressed poultry 11 He per lb higher, lot horses errlved. . " Threes, registered
. Hons Wool aad-Slde. I A year ceo all market war easier: cattle do eoupon
.BUPS-AIM crop Prim to choice, 7Hct ma-1 15? lower. ' Threea, smsll booos
DS. Utowiuj weuiuoi. utZD44si eon. I niricisi uveaToca prices; - ...... - -
crop, 10c. . .1 HogsBest esstern Oregon, $7.00; tpcker ro?n' "K'"erea, oia
Maes. 14.75. Mlchtaan (12.25. Mohawk 1R2.0.
Nevada Con. $ia.l24. North Butt 2.25, Butt
Oorla. 123.50, Superior ft Pitta. $15.25, Ohl
lwminion (44. ia. farrot 119.50. Pboenli 11 OO
uiiincy aiiz.oir. novel ia,i.-. nnannon fie.7.1.
lamaraca lnnuy siw.w. united Cop.
$57.00. Utah $57.00, Wolverine $150.00.
In l Mining M&ao, Nlppeaalng $1I.62H.
urging thorn who can go Into the dairy farming tinPPTTlT.'r? TiV A TIT
business here to develop their opportunity and ilUIVXl 1 1 IJJCj ULlA. 1 XL
I tar807 cr
m Asu.je.n . lain oa
TJTTITZD STATES OOVZRlOtXirr B0KDS.
New Tork, Jun 8. Government bonds:
Date. mi. avaaeo
, 1930 104
191 S 102 .
1918 " 102
slip Valley. 30fl21c: eastern. I snd feeders. $.004i8.26: China fata.- S8.20fii aa coupon. . -; fS
iw.i iioo-. - -ui' -.iixmr, regnrerea ota ....... iwi w
. uniiiiuu ion Hoiu. I ..,,i- n . -, n . I do counon i ..... 1907 101
SHEEPSKINS-Sheartog, 1520s each; abort 4.50; beat eow and heifer, $3.858.50; buUa, p.i?f ' " ' . JrS
ainnl '9Kiiane fnarilnm ami KYIilTK. . I as nlY Rrt ' I TWOS, PSnSmS, reglatared .. 104
ion wool, 0cig.i.w eacu. i eneep ooeerea, mixeu, mt.ovazo; lambs, ec,
TALLOW Prim, per lb, SUOee: No. 1 ud I
?&2De:.w. e. ..... SHEEP ADVANCED IN" EAST
vi , iu HaeMvvw ;ww vta email
William Clarke, a Rancher, at Med
ical Lake, Begs for the
Stroke of Mercy.
1, l$ Market 10C LHigher In Chicago-C-fo
nMeeVifuVeO,,."h2D5 i!! "9 8tm Hog. Steady. I
Kew Tork-londoa Silver.
New York, June 8. Bar allver, 7i4c; Lon
XrW TORK C0TT0H KARKIT.
cow, lc stag and eulla, ound, 607ci
kin. 15 to aO.lha. Bel calf.- aonnd. anla. 111
lha. ' lie': arena, nnaalied. la laaa: cnlla . I I Chicago
Ib lass: horse bidae, aalted, each, $1.0Oc2.O0t Kansa City
dryr Ch, SLOOCl.W; eolt tiiaea. 2513 50c; goat I Omaha
stag and bull. 0UDd. 6ffl7et Chicago, Jun 8. Livestock receipts;
. .14,000 14.000
0.000 ' 6,000
kins, common,- each. lOttlSe; Angora. ach.
wciuvj.,uu; sneep sains, iocnisi.ou. ,
v i- - Vralta aag Vtabl. ": rr- J,
POTATOES Fancy, $2.0oa2.2S; aweata. Pe
per Ib: new potato, 6c per lb.
ONIONS Jobbing price No. 1 Oregon, $3.50
188.60; Texaa and Austrsllaa, 45e per lb;
garlic 8c per lb. , v .
APPIiKS ganee HonA HIVW. TftltMt Sane
" n-t'. m7 in aiHIwerv vragou,- m.b i I'learinga inaay
s.n. i , i Balances toasy
s tucsa fruits orangee, kew navel, $3.M
Sheen. I - Open
15.0M January 1208
14,000 February .....1213
3S.OO0 March .........1213
Hon ara steady with 1.800 left over, . Re. I June ..ll.il
celpu a year ago were 81,000, Mixed and July ' ...1158
butcfaera. $e.lO(te.StM: heavy, $8.628.73; August ......1154
light. $e.l5it-42Vs. c September ,...1164
-Cattle atrong. . - r October ......1187
Sheep 10 higher.' i- y i jeovemoer ....iin4
rOBTtAXTD BANK STATEMElfT
High. Low. 8 1
1215 1194 1220 1193
1215 1215 121.1 1294
1221 1213 121U 1204
1188 J143 1152 1220
1188 1143 1164 1141
1165 1148 1104 1143
1173 11A9 . 11721 1162
1197 1177 1191 1178
1194 11N8 1197 110
.1208 U8 1202 114.3
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Uolldaf 7ar(. !
Liverpool Oottoa lUrkst.'1' ,
.,.,.$l,6S9.tl6.M 1 i Liverpool, Jun A Cotton .future eloeP t
lM.BSi.V3 l to points ap on near and' te point dowa
ea Biawxts snonraa, y - .
CSpeclal Ptspateb to The Journsl.)
Spokane, Wash., June 3. While : at
tempting" to- board a train on th Medi
cal Lake electric line yesterday after
noon William Clarke, a rancher, aged
23, residing at Waukon, slipped on the
steps of the first car, lost hi hold,
swung between the car? and fell to the
track. The front wheels of the trailer
dragged him 15 feet, and . the oar then
jumped the track. Clarke Buffered ex
cruciating agony and begged to be killed
as an act Of mercy. The middle of his
body waa reduced to a pulp. His case
waa hopeless and he- died on the way
-i- (Journal Special Service.) , ' "
El Paso. Tex., June I. Senor Creel.
Mexican ambassador to the United
Statea, baa been elected governor of
H. Khury, an employe of Lutke'a
show case factory, was arrested yester
day afternoon by Mounted Policeman
Rudolph at 945 Corbett street on a
charge of abusing his wife and 9-week-
The policeman while passing the
house waa attracted by screama and
upon making an Investigation was
tearfully Informed by Mrs. Khury that
her husband had struck her and her
Khury, his wife and child were taken
to police headquarters, but owing to tha
Inability of the woman to find any
of the court officials complaint could
not be secured. Khury was given hla
liberty until a warrant Is Issued upon
the opening of court tomorrow morn
ing. According to the story told to Chief
Grltzmacher by Mrs. Khury, her hus
band has been abusing her for some
time and haa failed to contribute any
thing to the support of herself and
child. Teaterday afternoon, while car
ing for the baby, Khury struck her and
the child. Chief Orltimacher was un
able, however, to find any bruises on
the little one, and believes that Khury,
In shoving his spouse, accidentally hit
The husband dnnled absolutely that
he was not providing properly for his
family. Khury declared that his wife
has made a practice of taking all of
his wages out of his pockets at night.
The woman signified her intention of
swearing to a complaint today, and
Judge Cameron will undoubtedly " hear
full details of the affair Wednesday
(Journal Special Service.)
New Tork, June t. Bo strained have
become the relations between some of
the members of th Gould family aa
a result of th divorc action pending
between Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gould,
that the former Countess Anna De
Caatellane, now known a Mme. Anna
Gould, may be asked by. Mrs. Howard
Gould to visit thla country for the pur
pose of taking tha stand -against her
There ts even a rumor that Count
Boni, because of his well known aver
sion to tha Goulds, may be aakea to
tell what ha knows about aome of How
ard Gould's affairs In Kurop.
Following th announcement that
Mrs. George Gould probably will be sub
poenaed by Mrs. Howard Gould II sne
returns from abroad in tlm for the
trial,, her son, Klngdon, who sailed on
the St Paul, of the American line, to
Join hla mother and father In Paris,
said he knew nothing of a reported
breach In the family over the suit for
separation of Mrs. Howard Gould.
"I have never met Mrs. Gould," said
the young man today, "nor have any
of my brothers and sisters met my
aunt. Bh has never been to our home
In Lakewood or In this city. I have
seen Mrs. Gould, but I have never been
Introduced to her."
All Oolaa; Abroad.
Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gould sailed this
week, to remain abroad all summer.
Other members of the family will fol
low in a few days, It is said, as they
were all desirous of escaping tha noto
riety attendant upon their kinsman s
matrimonial difficulties. Mr. and Mrs,
Frank J. Gould have been having trou
bles of their own, due to a mtsunder
standing between Frank Gould and his
mother-in-law, Mrs. Kelly. They will
Ball, It Is said, before the end of the
month, and Mies Helen Gould will make
her usual summer trip abroad.
When Klngdon was aaked flatly If
he knew anything of the report that
his mother sympathised with Howard's
wife, he replied: "I don't know any
thing about that. I don't know any
thing about the family attitude, except
that we are very fond of my uncle
When the friend of Mrs. Howard
Gould who' originally stated that Mr.
Gould would find herself opposing her
husband on the stand heard of young
Klngdon Gould's statement regarding
his mother, she repeated her assertion,
"Mra. George Gould has been a very
good mother to her children, and she
has never felt It a good thing to take
her children into her confidence con
cerning these unfortunate family affairs."
Juries Acquit Criminals and
Officials Will Xot Impose
the Death Penalty. ! ,
MORE ASSAULTS ARE
RESULT OF LENIENCY
Public Experience Revulsion of
Feeling and Petitioners Demand
That the Hangman Be Set to Work
TRAIN STRIKES AUTO
PARTY AT ABERDEEN
(Special Dispatch to Tbe Journal.)
Aberdeen, Wash., June 3. As Charles
W. Houtari with three of his children
and a friend waa crossing the North
ern Pacific track yesterday in an., auto
mobile a passenger train ran Into them.
Mr. Houtari aetzed the two younger
children and Jumped. Charles, aged 6,
remained In the machine and waa badly
injured. The automobile was wrecked
Mr. Houtari claims the train was ex
ceeding the speed limit and that the en
gineer neither blew the whistle nor
rang the bell. He will probably instl
tute a suit for damages.
IN TIME OF TRAINS
R. & N. and Son t hern Pacific
Change Time Schedules East
era Trains to P.un Slower.
TAFFY FROM CULL0M
(Journal Special Service.)
Washington. June . Senator Cullom
told the president today that , his
Indianapolis speech waa one of th best
he ever mad. - Later Cullom said:
"I think congress will not hesitata
to enact Into a law the presidents rea
sonable recommendations for mora rail
road legislation. It ia certain soma
legislation on over capitalisation will
be passed br the next congress." : ,
A slower schedule Is to go into effect
on the Harrlman lines Sunday, June 9.
The change Is made in accordance with
a general policy to be adopted through
out the west and In other sections of the
country. It ts a departure from the
efforts of railroad officials to satisfy
the demand of the people for faster
Officials give as a reason for the new
oollcy a distinct 'change in public opt
ion regarding time schedules. Business
men, largely responsible for fast: time
schedules, are now asking to be car
ried according to time cards, so that
they can keep their appointments even
if the trains have, to be operated on a
slower ached ul.
Changes on the 'Chicago-Portland
special are as follows: No. 2 now leav
ing at :30 p. m. will leave at 9:30 p.
m. and will arrive in Chicago at 12:30
p. m. Instead of 9:00 a. m.; No.
leaving now at 8:15 p. m., will leave at
7 :30 p. m. and will arrive at Chicago
at 8:30 a. m. Instead of 7:30 a. m.
This ' lengthens the schedule of the
fast O. R. A N. special over four hours
and gives a 75-hour service to Chicago
from Portland, y
There are no changes to and from
Spokane nor are there any changes at
present In tha time of th Oregon and
8haut expreea c-f th Southern Pacific,
excepting tha south bound - train, on
account of th change oa the O, R.
A N. There may- be further changes
on tha Southern, Paclflo later. -t . ,:
For tha presenlt tha Southern Paclfle
train No, II will leave at 8:11 a. m.
Instead of S. SO. and Nov 15 will leav
at .7:45 p.' m. instead of 8:30. , There
(journal special names.
Pari. Jun 8. A eurloua agitation is
now shaking France In a mild manner.
The leniency of French Juries to crim
inals, especially , tboae for whom Jeal
ousy, th "unwritten law" and other In
cidents connected with th tender pas
sions can be excused Is proverbial,
-Criminals are condemned to death aew
arm then but ar invariably reprieved,
the authorltlea aeeming for years past
to have bad a horror of spilling: blood
Judicially. Last session a bill waa In
troduced In the chambera abolishing tha
death penalty altogether. Now, whether
It 1 a conseauence or merely a coinci
dence, the aeries of brutal crimes upon
the person, especially upon women and
girls, which have been rife in Franca
of late years, have Increased In a large
proportion. Dally we hear of outrages
and murders of the most revolting do-'
The matter has so aeted udob tha
public conscience that a revulsion of
feeling has taken place agalnat th
leniency of Judges and Juries and th
government Is being bombarded with
petitions from grand juries and publlo
authorltlea of every description to re
place the death penalty on th statute
book, and not only this, but to enforce
It in future, and to do so In strict -privacy,
so as to avoid any of th pub
lie parade which haa a morbid attrac-,
tlon for the lower classes.
"atom" Bona Pari.
Oscar Wilde's "Salome." with tha
striking music of Richard Strauaa. has.
Just been given in Paris, and Paris ia
not shocked. In fact. Pari wa rather
bored by th musical play which set
all America talking last year. - W
recognise that th music la very grand
and very enigmatical, but it ia not at
aU. likely to "take on" in Paris, Paris
ians were Interested in th dramatlo "
Intensity of the play and In th rich.
nesa of the orchestration while tb ac
tion of Frau Emma Dastln, from th
Berlin opera, delighted their esthetic)
senses If It did not overwhelm them
with the strength of the cart. - . . .
The famous dance of "Salome." of
which we had heard so much, waa found
in reamy to do a very tame affair.
Here cornea th curious part of th
production. At another theatre, th
Varlete, where a sort of humnrnn
pantomime haa been going on. haa been '
introduced the real "Salome" danea aa
It was Intended by th author and It is
danced In a striking, agtl and voluptu
ous manner by Miss Maud Alln. Miss
Allen Is astonishingly lithe and grace
ful and her snake-like dance of triumph
is found to be fiendish In Its realism.
It iavcausing great sensation In '
Is no change in the tlm of th Cottage
The Biggs local on the O. R A V
leaving at 8:18 a. m. will after next
ounaay leave at ; no. 1, arriving at
9:30 p. m.. will then arrive at 8:10:
No. 6, arriving now at f:30 a. m., will
arrive at 10; No. 7, arriving now at
:4t, win men arrtv at :1B.
GREENE AND GAYN0R
MUST GO TO PRISON
(Journal Special Service. 1
New Orleans, June 3. The f aderal
court of appeals today affirmed the
sentence of four years each and fine
aggregating over 1600,000 , against '
Greene and Gaynor, convicted at Bavan-.,
nah of defrauding the government, ' "
An interesting feature of th next Raw
publican national convention will be '
reunion of th delegates to th national
convention' In Chicago In 1830, who, for
36 ballots, supported General .V.4 &
Grant, for th presidential nomination -for
a third term. ,, ' ' ?
William. J. Bryan haa grown suit
stout within th paat few years.' HI
present weight la ,334 pounds, whtU it
the time he entered th -campaign fa
1898 he tipped th beam at exactly IIS.
In Ii yeara he has gained 89 pounds in
weight. - ; - . - - .....
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