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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAK, . PORTLAND, SATURDAY EVENING, JULY 0. 1907.
Clilttim Bark Market Is Firmer at Un
changed Prices ree Vis Not Near as
Heavy a3 Was Eipectcd for This Year
III SALT -PRICE
i Fine Grades' Ur Two Dollars
arid Coarse a Dollar and
a Half a Ton.
market features: ' t :
advances in salt. -
Chlttlm bark .is steadier. -.
Poultry market still dragging.
Eggs retain a weak tons. v
". brawley "cants" sue advanced.
Chocolate ang cocoa j
, Sharp. AdTeonoes la Salt.
rh uit market la asatn showing
sharp advance, due to manipulation by
the Dig Interests and to the shortage
- In supplies .caused.by .. tabor . scarcity.
" All gradss 'of fine aalt are advanced
ill i. ton while ooarae ana nair-grouna
salt.le $10 a ton higher. Tbeee ad
'r vj Ae are aroonir the largest seen in
aalt market at one time In recent
uaf yri and enow clearly Just how tight
it's " ..v . -. .
supplies. .At ine new prioes me market
.r there are some that are predicting still
' . further (alne In values. The new prices
are now in effect.
ttort Chlttlm Bark Jeel.
,' Late news from the various chlttlm
.' bark sections stats that the peel la
much lighter than expected. In this
. city the receipts are not a quarter of
, . what they were a year ago and the peel
tat that time ws very light owing to
, the labor scarcity, chlttlm receivers
, say It Is useless to expect men to go
. out Into the forests and peel chlttlm
.. bark at the prevailing prices when they
can seoure several times the reward by
; engaging In other occupations. Prac
tically all the chlttlm being peeled this
seaaon Is sent in by women and coil-!
. aren who make considerable money in
this way... .
- : lNroltry Xarkat Still Dragging-.
j. A dragging tone continues In the
., poultry market and stocks are hard to
, move at any price. Some of the dealers
- - tried to hold up the retail trade for
, former high prices and they are still
keenina- their chickens. The market i
fully, a cent lower than last week and
' even at the decline the large killers
are- not-enaleus -to buy. Says-one-of
them: "For a long time we have been
,. forced to pay enormous prices for
- chickens simply because supplies were
- not overlarge. Every day we would i
.,' down to the street to buy chickens X
. nrlna wnnlH he hAnateri and we are ml
tlnr verr tired of this. I believe In
goooprlcee Tut iotln outrageous one.
-The commission trade does not muke
anything by boosting chicken values
, . out of eight because when prloes go up
Tney are sure 10 come aown- ne rer
' ther they advance the greater the slump
will be when supplies are more liberal."
. Some small arrivals of spring ducks
- snd s-eeaa were shown on ths a tree
this morning but they found but little
Only a weak tons Is shown in the
egg market-today. Receipts cannot be
caned heavy but me trade is very naaiy
scared and , seems willing to sacrifice
Drlcea lust, in order) to unload.
Cheese market continues to strength,
en but values are holding stationary.
JZ Creamery butter-holding Just about
.steady with supplies not much larger
" Cantaloupes Bancs Xlffber.
Another Mr at rantalnurjee arrived
In from Brawler. California, this morn.
.-L ing. . Stocks were la the best condition
J and were in heavy demand. Bo great
v was the cajl f or Brawley . stock that
V prloes were advanced toe a orate while
"cants" from other dl
FIEST CHEAT RUN OF
SALMON OF SEASON
e Specl Dispatch te The Journal. -.-
e Astoria, Or., July 20. Tha
e first big run of salmon that has
e entered the river . sines ths
4 opening of ths ssason is now on. -
' Both at the mouth of the river
4 nd above Tongue Point many
boats caught, as high as two
e tons and a large number caught
between one and two tons. Tha
. seining grounds are now catch-,
ing large quantities, as also are
tha traps. . , Ths ' nsh are quite
e Urge, the majority weighing ,
over IS pounds. If ths run keeps .
up untlisthe snd of the season
big bualneas will be the re-
suit during the fall. ' - . . v
HIGHER PRICES WHEAT RUNS 61
111 LIE STOCK POUflDS BUSHEL
Nevada Shares Advance : in Samples Tested at Fendleton
San Francisco With Set
tlement of Strike.
HOToj medium to prime, 0IUal con
tracts, 107 crop. 10011a.
WOOL 1807 clln Valle. 10 A 11a
inrn uregon, iffy 2 la.
uMm tvew iiui-zioiiv&
SHEEPSKINS Sheai.... . lCfflSe
each; abort wool. (O40o: uudluru wool,
HtfUo each; long wool, 76otl.00 each.
TALIXW Frlme. per b, IM oj No.
CHJTTIM BARK fie per lb.
Vrnlts and Tegetahles.
POTATOES $ t per sack! old,"
ONIONS Jahbln bpIoa N
raa, per saca; iwiv
waiia 2 60 lb; garlic, fa per' lb.
A DDT Zra KT. mf nal (f M
FREHH FIti;T& (iruiH.
nananaa. fa lb: lemona if Si 7.50 ner
bos; limes. Mexican. 4.o per
ivu: pineapples, is.HOwe.OO cos, grape
iruic aa.xa: cuerriea. aozioa in: lovan.
berries, II 0 1.10 crate; peaches, 60c
j. is; cantaloupes, fancy,, 11.00
raapoerries, (i.jto; plums,
melons. J at o per lb.
districts were drag.
ring ana were selling at various prices.
unia condition seems to be genera
over the country. 'or two seasons
- Brawley stock has taken the lead be
cause of fine quality while hertofore the
best goods hsve corns from Coanhella.
However, there were reports of disease
In the Imperial . valley stock, a year
ago anu nu nun me iraae,
The following dlanatch from- New
Tork in the Chicago produce Mewt, m
elalns ths situation:
"It is remarkable how the buyers of
fancy fruit demand the Imperial Crown
brand of cantaloupes, which Is handled
by Lyon Brothers company. Wednes
day when there were eight cars of Cal
lfortilaa on ths market this brand was
put up 60o crate, while It was neces
sary to reducs other California 60o a
crata Either one of two things, ihe
- imperial valley grows better canta
loupes than coachella, or else they
put up better."
' Brief Votes of the Trade. '
Coast chocolate and cocoa la 1 to lHo
Si pouna aavancea.
" Babcock Jye la advanced iio.
- Loganberrlea are scarce. Some arrived
this morning in a leaky condition.
eting bean are scare with prloes
Small apples coming from The Dalles
are selling at tl.2SiAVt.60 a box. Good
e-tier atocg sens reaauy at ia 00.
Apricots sre selling well at tl.tSO
lay s markeireat'
Orala, noar and Jfeed.
ORAIN BAOS Calcutta, to. larra
lom: small iota, nc. ..
wheat ;iud, (ifmsfot rea Russian,
bluestem. fTcrssci valley. iffl8Bo.
2 KN Whole, izf.oo; cracked, i.00
per ton: rouea, z.u; v.; brewing.
' BTK tl.M per owt.
OATS New Producers' price No, I
wmie, ijs.vv yor ion, grex, mi.vv.
FLOUR Eastern - Oregon patents.
4. SO; , straights. 14.26: export, 14.00;
valley, i.ivMi granam, we, fl.Tf;
whole wheat, (4-00; rye, (0s, li.OO; balsa,
MILL8TCFF8 Bran. 1T. per toni
i middling, US. 00: shorts, country, 120;
cur iii.wuj wwpi fii.wvii.vu.
HAT Froducere- price Tlmothr.
Willamette valley, fancy, tl7.00l.0b:
.ordinary, llj.00 0H.OO: eastern Oregon,
- 1inh,ia,1l?A0-8.0j ri,vrv
Batter, Bgga and Voaltry.
' BUTTER FAT f. a b. Portland
' Bweet cream, zoo; sour, 240.
! BUTTER City cresmery J7Ho; see.
on da, tiei outslds fancy, I6e; seconds,
ltHe: store-Oregon. 1801o:
EOOS Enera fancy, candled.
7CJJ S"" 4UJ?lO,
' CHEESE New Full cream.
' 18l6Ho per lb; Toung Americas, ito
' If o per lb. . . .
POULTRY Mixed chickens. llUe:
' fancy hens, 14o; roosters, old, 104o lb;
fryers, louni id; nrouers, lfiaifo ui
old ducks, 13o lb; aprlng ducks. 14o .b;
' ' geeae, old, J10n per lb; soring geexe.
"IIHWlJo per lb! turkeys, llyifo lb;
for old SQiiabs, $1.60 per dosen; pigeons,
rll.Ii per dosen. Dressed poultry, la
;lHo per lb. higher.. ,
Hops, Wool and Xidsa.
i HOPS 101 . crop prima to ' choice.
.AN AAVFUL TONE IN
mtrii rtTTTriTfTitT r a - -v-ttt
"Chicken market lHn awful
condition and we have been tin
able 'to clean up. I hear the
kime reports from t)thr cities.
Most of them carried over
large supplies from yesterday
but not quits so heavy stocks as '
.the previous day. We couldn't
do anything with them at all,
for buyers did not care to take
them." Mr. Bherk of Bherk A
Qraham. . ,
new. Son h
11.00 ssck: carrots. TSc ti 11.00 ner ucl.
oeeia, ei.au per saca; parsnips, fl.ounf
fornla. ll.00wl.2S; 'Oregon. II. si: par
snips, 0o1.00; wax beans, (o;
green, so per lb; cauliflower, (1.S5
.ww uiimii. pwvi, vvi nuwrMiivn,. eo
lb; artichokes, 66976 doz; rhubarb; So
id, green onions, I oo per ,aos; teu pep
pers, ivouttt per 10; neaa lettuce.
l; aoa.; ououmDers, noinousa, igu
40o dos; outdoor. Tlo a box: rad
ishes,. ISO dos bunches; eggplant, 6. 26
craie; green corn, itpzto aoa,
t iweerlea, Jfats, Bto.
BUQAR Cube. I8.J1U: nowdered.
1 07 H; berry, 16.174; dry, granulated, I
.f7t: Kiar.sf.fiH: conf.
San Franolsco, July 10. Tha settle
ment of the strike at Goldnelda
good aid to the trading tn mine snares
today en the local excuasge. Gains are
shown In many issuee and there was.
healthier ton ail around.
Of Octal' Nevada bid ericas by Over-
dck at wooKt v;o.i .
. OOLDFIELDS DISTRICT.
Sandstorm 4teA. Red Tod 14.10. Mo
hawk I17.60A, Columbia Mountain too.
Jumbo I4.S5. Jumbo Extension 11.774,
Vernal 18a. Pennsylvania IcA, Qoldfleld.
Mining Co. 11.80, Kendall 10c Booth
48o. Adams 12o. Silver Pick 1 lo, May
Queen HOcA. Nevada Bov Jo. B. B.
Extension So, Blus Bell lie, Dixie to.
VT. bUIUWUI, ItU I1IUV1U ft f V. KTfca . O
tie. Conqueror Ho, Black Rock 4o, Lone
Star t0c, O. Wonder to, Potlsch l&c.
Oro zoo. Kendall Extension So. Band-
stone Extennlon 4o.- Mayne 7a, Atlanta
62c, Great Bend 73cl Emplr llcA, Bed
Top Extension 140. Florence IS.4S,. Dla-
mondrield B. B. Con. 11.64. Common-
wealth I7e. Comb, Fraot, 11.46. Great
Bend Extension 140, Great Bend Annex
llcA. Mlllatorm 4o. B. B. Bonansa- (a.
Kewanos 7 So, Esmeralda 10c, Portland
10O. Cracker Jack 1 go. Francis Mohawk
. II1.15A. Red Hill (1, Mohawk Extension
I 9c. Lou Dillon tc. T. Tlaer'lto. Grandma
II 0004.00-1 1,S" P- 'ca mxiension o, I. xtoae so.
til water-. W xt. 4a, uoiozieia con, a.4j.
Onhlr 11. 10. Mexican 1a. Gould A
Curry 16c, Con. Virginia (So. Savage (4a
rial iNorcroea hoc a, zeiiow jacket
8c. Belcho lie. Confidence 170, Sierra
Nevada i vc, Kxcneauer 60oA, union Ilo.
Show Encouraging: Cpn-
(Special Dlspatcb to Journal.)
Pendleton, Or July 10. Har
vesting Is now going on In dif
ferent parts of Umatilla county
with the beat ef results. Where
the wheat land Is best harvest
wll be on In full blast next week.
when many combines will be
-ouCWber th-land la not -f '( n Europe or America, and It only lacks
Fortlande'r Explains" Why
American Millions Beauti
fy Continental Capitals,
"European cities are being beautified
with American millions because Just
suob American oltles as Portland have
not yet caught on to ths way It Is done,"
said IL J, Hefty, who has returned from
a year's visit abroad. Accompanied by
his wife and daughter. Marguerite, he
left Portland. a year ago for Glarua,
Switzerland, to attend a celebration of
the golden wedding of his parents, and
romaloea nearly 11 months to visit the
various continental cities that are in
the track of ths tourist.
The reason rich Amsrlcans go to
Europe Is that th people of places Ilk
Hamburg, Zurich, Lucerne, Paris and
Naples hav learned how to attract the
rich tourtat, and are making the most of
it. Portland, Oregon, haa a Better nat
ural loeatlon than any of them, a finer
climate than either city I have visited
the best quality many 10 and 11
bushel yields hav already been
harvested,' and where it Is best
there will be "many so and 10
Samples that have bean brought
In to Pendleton hav tested II
pounds to th bushel. ' It is now ,
predicted that new wheat trill
open at Tl cent per bushel.
extra h. 15.17 Vi- golden
barrels, lOo; half barrel, sto;
w save no on- ssck iaie
(Above prloes are 10 day net
. HONET I1.1S Dr erate. ,
COFFE Package brands, 111.110
SALT Coarse Half - ground, - 100s,
- ouuiinuu vibiiuu. -. ,
Original Tc. Bullfrog M. C. 111. Mont.
Bulfrog 4c, National Bank 11c, I Harris
ic, ninrii iDO, uoid liar 710, Btem
war lo. Denver'Buf. inn lAoA. Bonnie
Clare 4 So, Mayflower Cons, lie, Monty.
Ohio, Extension. Sc. O. Scepter to.
jnomy. Mountain mo, u. uaiay so,
Homeatake Con. tie. Yankee Girl IcA.
Nugget oA. Tramp Con. 48c, Victor!
ka, florin Btar feA.
Ton, Nev. 111A, Mont Ton 11.18, Ton.
Am fS.B IVk i I '-t ' -
1744- volden C. IS.I7U: 11 MaeNiraara He. 14ldwy II,
. .. . - "V "7 " . IJ. IT..... LJ ,.ln...H. mm Alt rT .T CI . ...
yeiiow, fo.iiTs; oeet granulated, ib.lin;
111. SO per ton; 60s,
60s. ill; tsble, dalry,S0s,
117.1S: bales. 11.10: Im
ported Liverpool. 60s, 120.00:100s, tit;
iitm, i; extra nne.
Ton. Belmont 11.40, Ton. No. Star 14c,
Ohio Ton. le. West End Cons. !4cA.
Rescue . 17c. Ton. ft CaUfornls, 60. Golden
Ancnor lac. Jim uutier 11. Ub Ton. cash
Boy 6c, Ton. Home (c, Boat. Ton.-10cA.
Monarch Pitts. Ex, lOcA. . Mont Mid,
uii, eo, uoioen urown sc.
. MANHATTAN DISTRICT.
Manh. Cons. SOoA. O. Wedn tn.
eeyier iiump. sc, lMxter 140, L. TO
to. Crescent jo. Combination tl. Granny
10c. Mustang 11c, Little Grey I Oca,
owooy ic,- uroncno ic, jump, jaca 70,
Pin-nut to, Buffalo SA. 8. Dog 1 to,
1. iiorse c, inaian vimp so.
Falrv. Silver King lOcA. Nevada Hills
i.l. 1 a , i
A . ,111a,' WW, . K, St ftliu
14.1001.60: Llvarnool lumt, rock.
110.10 per ton; 10-tb rock, 111.00; 100s.
lio.so. . .
iadov prices sppiy to saiea or lees
than car lots. Car lots at SDeclal nrlcca
auDjert to xtuciuations.1 . . t
RICE Imperial Japan, No. 1. e: No.
1. H,OBie: Now Orleans, pead. Tc; I Pittaburg fillvar Peak 11.17 V4
BEANS Small white. 11.10: large
white. 13.26; pink. 11.40; bayou, 11.10
umu, avic; aiexioan rea ho,
NUTS Peanuts,. Jumtw, H Pr lb
Vlra-lnia-. Tt,a ner lb: roasted. 1 ftty nmr I firm
lb; Japanese,. lOlHc; roasted. !e)7Vi
per lb; walnuts. California. Ie per lb; I ...j
in nuts, itviBo per id; hickory nuts, I h.. -rrir in t,. .tv marv.
toaay neia very steady at tn opening.
CHICAQO WHEAT VALTJESv
. . Julv 19. Jirt v 1 f
July., .,.... tOB
Deo .ISTtA tlZ
May ttHB . 101 U
Chicago, July 10 Th wheat market
was a aiBSDDOintment to the bulla.
showing mors than It to 1 Ho net loss
ior tne aay. xne news wss vsry much
me sams as on previous da vs. to Der
csnt of ths reports from ths 'Spring
wheat country being bad. A few of
them were special and very bullish. A
northwest leader wired from Dakota
that the best farmers who keep track of
ineir crop ait over tne state are esti
matins: to ner eent of tha nroduotlnn of
laat year. Kansas reports on yields
continue very uncertain. That stats re
ports tnresnin- returns or 1 to is buah.
sis per acre. One thing la certain, the
new crop Is not beginning to move very
fast The two nrlnclnal amithweat mark
aeis- naa receivea n.ooo tmsneis,
against 411,000 a year ago. Millers and
leading Kansas Cltv men reported ex.
port aates of flour. - Export news is lm
proving aii tne time. Tne cables were
rather weak, and thla. toe-ether with
hedging ealee and some local unloading
by longs, give th market Its marked
Broom hall estimates world's eh la
ments ror wneat on Monday at about
8.000.000 bushels. Argentine shipments,
418,000. against 111.000 last week: India
shipments. 11.000. Against Lltl.000
11 year-, .
Official Chiearo nrtr.aa hi Ovarhaclr
ei voose company: -
tc, No. Star Wonder 4c, Eagle Neat 17v
Ruby Wonder 10c, Alice of Wonder tc
NEW YORK STOCK &IARKET
Southern and Union Pacific Are the
'Leader of Trade.. -
Oo ner lb: Braall nuts, ito ner lb: fll-l
oerts, lfc per lb; fancy pecans, 11010a
per 10; mimonue, iscjixitiO.
Xaats, risk and Fro vis loss.
FRESH MEATS Front street Hosa
ranoy, I He per lb; large, 7 if So per
lb: veal, extra, IVtOto per lb: ordinary.
lo per lb; poor. 14)70 per lb; mutton.
tancr. era 10 ner id.
HAMS. BACON". ETC. Portland "MCk
fiocaj nam a, in 10 is ids, j 1140 per id;
if ids, io per 10; 11 to to ids,
breakfast bacon, ltVi lie pel
V . VI,
lb; plcnlos. lie per lb; cottage roll,
11 Ho per lb; regular short clears, un-
Viiivnvu, .aw V.r 1 uvnft, . . u V . IV,
clear backs, unsmoked. Ito; smoked, llo
per id: union outts, iv to 1 ids un
smoked. lo ner lb: smoked, to ner lb:
clear bellies, unsmoked. 11 He per lb;
smoked, ItHe per lb; shoulders, 11 Ho
per id; picaiea tongues, evo escn.
LOCAL LARD Kettle leaf. lOo, llo
per lb: 6s. ltv.0 per lb: SO-lb tins. llHe
per id; stesm renaerea, 10a, iie per
id: bs. 11 iso Der id: comDouna. ius. lua
FISH Rock eod. 7e per lb; flounders.
to Der lb.; halibut to per lb,; striped
baaa. lie ter lb: catfish. 10o ner lb: .1.
mon, fresh Columbia Chinook. II Ho per
id.; Bteeineaoa, 100 per id; nernngs, to
fier lb; soles, to per lb: shrimps, loo per
b; perch, to per lb: black ood, 7o per
lb; tomcod. To per lb; lobsters, Ito per
lb; fresh mackerel, I per lb; crawfish.
lOo per dos; sturgeon, 1O0 per lb; black
bass, lOo per lb;, silver smelt To per
lb: shad. 4o ner lb: black cod. 7 V4e
ber1b. ' ; : '
OT8TERS Shoalwatr bay, per gal-
Ion, 11.10; per 100-lb sack, 14. SO: Olym-
pi a, per gallon, tl.zs; per lis-ib sack.
l5.60y.25;. Eagls, . canned, lOo can;
17.00 dos. - - - f
CLAMS Hardahell. per box. 11 40i
rasor clams. IS. 00 per box: lOo per doa.
- Faints, Coal OIL Stow- W
ROPE Pure Manila. llKei standard.
11440; sisal, lie.
COAL OIL Pearl at Astral -Casea
lHo per gal; water white. Iron bbla.
14Q nsr arai: wooden. 170 Der aai: neaa-
Ucht 170 des.. oases. 11 Uo ner saL
UABOUNid-is aeg., oasss, ztvtis per
gai; iron nnis, lacr per gai.
BENZINE tt dee., eases. II ner a-al!
Iron bbla, tto per gaL
TURPENTINE In eases. Its car gal:
wooden bbls. tto per gaL
WHITE LEAD Ton - lots, . .T 74 a per
id; eoo-ib lots, to per id; less lots, Itc
per id. -
wins, dAiLB-rresent oasis at fi.is.
under lead of Southern Pacific Union
Paclflo also showed a great deal of
strength. Ths bank statement was fa
vorable and about as expected. Before
the close prices eased off a little 'on
profit taking by professionals but ths
maraai generally neia lis own.
Official-New Tork brlcea bv'Over-
ptci r tokv company:
7k so 7k
101 H 101 V4
40 - 40
,.itio ito mo
New York Cotton Market.
n, . , ,
May . ...
Aug. ... .
High. Low. 10
1117 . 1110 1111
.... ..f. 1181
lltt - lit! 1111
1101 1101 1200
.... .... 1171
1180 1741 1141
1141 Hit lltt
1171 1161 1170
1181 1171 IKS
lit! 1171 1176
lAvf rpool Cotton Higher. -
Liverpool. July 10. Cotton futures
ars steadjf, 1H to mints up. -
Less S 1
'ork Bank Statement.
July 0. Bank statement:
AmaX Cop. Co...
Am. C. & F., c.
Am. Cot Oil. a.
Am, Loco., c
Am. Sugar, a...
Am. Smelt 0.. .
Ana. Mln. Co...
Am. Wool., c . ,
B. A O:. com...
do oref erred. . .
nr. hid, Tran..
Can. Pao- c . . . .
Cen. Leather, 0,
C. A O. W o...
iy . . a a. n
v.. . CC Dl, r , .
U. at IN.-W.. 0.
C A O. ......
Col. So., com. . . .
CoL 80., 3d pfd,.
do 1st pfd...,.
D. A R. G., c . . .
do nreferred. . .
Erie, com. ......
00 xa pia
do 1st nfd. ...
Great. No. pfd.
III. Central ....
Mex. Cen. Ry..;
m. K. ft t., o. . .
do nfd. .....
Ore Lands . .. . .
Vlr. Chemical .
Missouri Pao. .
National Lead .
N. T. Central .
N. Y Ont. A W.
Nor. A W., o. .,
do pfd. ......
No. A mer. j. . t ,
Pao. M. 8. 8. Co.
P. .. U. A G. Co.
Pm.- St. Car., a.
Reading, c. , ...
do 2d pfd
do 1st. nfd. . . .
Rep. I. A 8.. e...
Rock Island, c
do cfd. ......
St U A 8.F. o, tp
do 1st nfd.
St. L. A 8. W 0.
80. Pac e. ....
80. By., c.
Tens. C. A I
Texas A Psc. ..
T. St. L. A W'., e.
Union Pac, o.
do pfd. ......
tT. 8. Rubber, a.
U, 8. Steel Co., &
Art nfil . . .
Wabash, c. ....
West, t'nlnn Tel
H f tt
, , . 1 .
Sept 0t til tOB
Oct-- 110 111 - tOt
Jan. ....... ttf 166 Its
Sept ....... tS ttT tt(
Oct ttl lS If 1
Jao. ....... 101 toi 101
Kr lt (1H ..
H t - 4tH
60 H : SOH
H-iTjt ti r
H IIH 18 .
i0 40 ,
Ifti H47 -
Liverpool Grain Market,
14 re rpool. July 10. Offloial prices:
I July 10,
July ...Is Hd
Sept. ...,7s ISd
LrtO. ,, 7s l4id
July It. Loss.
7s tSd .::
a 10 Hd
ttu xTmrrwAT. a dtjttt ito
17g - ItViliAXtVU VAlAiXTAUO
I Sixty-Fonr Head of CatUe the Total
. ', Former riioe. '
14 ..... ...
oe cattl and
Portland Union Stock-vards. Jul n
r4ttt -1 1 . .
Today ... '
Week ago Ill
Tear a to ,,,
Prvear .. . v v . , . . . .
With nominal arrivals
no nogs or sheep in during the psst
twenty-four hour a .the llveatnnk mar.
ket Is quieter than ever and prices are
A year ago today all balances were
oriclaj livestock prices:
Hogs Best sastern Oraron. 11.10:
stockerg and feeders, tl.OO0f.llf China
calls Best eastern Oregon steers,
14.00i- beet eews -and - heifers, tl IS:
bulls. 11.00. . '
Sheep Wethers, 14.000 4.1S; Iambs,
HOGS HIGHER IN EAST
Price A (Trances Five Cents With
Small Run Others Stead.
Chicago, July tO. Official reoelots:
Hose. Cattle. Sheen.
Chicago 10.009 100 4.000
Kansas City 4.000 ' 400 . ISO
Omaha .......... 1.000 600 ....
Hogs are strong, to up with 1.000 left
ever. Receipts a year ego, 11.000,
Mixed, 16.7068.10; heavy, S.7lOt.t7H:
rough, SS.4S&t.70; light, IS.loSt.lS.
Total sales for day 145,400 slisrs,
rortliind Bank Statement.
Clearings today .......... .11,087.171.77
Balances to. lay
States , Government Bonds.
Tork, July ' 10. Government
New . 1" ork-Jxndon SI
New Tork) Julv JO. Bar all
,;. 1117,744. 46
liver, tl Ho.
do coupon .......
do coupon. ......
Threes, small bonds
Fours, reg new,,., ltlt
do coupon. ....... 1124
Fours, Philippines.. ....
Twos. Panama, new ....
The Journal's f rtands. when natron-
Ixlng Journal advertisers, will confer
a favor by mentioning that they saw
the ad .In The Journal.
h 11 ii m - V
MOVING TO MERGE
Role. Ida.. Julv 20. At Its meetlns st
Coeur d'Alene. the Idaho board of phar
macy Inaugurated a movement to merge
the pharmacy associations of Idaho.
Washington, Montana and Oregon. Ths
purpose Is to make the certificates of
one state good In the others, snd thus
avoid ths necessity of an examination
when' a pharmacist movee from on
state to' another. Explanatory letters
will be sent to ths boards of the other
states, snd the board hopes such an or-
beautifying and a few real tourist hotels
to make it, the greatest tourist center in
"It should bars reserved- a portion of
the Willamette water front for a park
and esplanade, and for hotsl locations,
ss was dons at Hamburg. It should
hare one or two tourist hotels on Port
land Heights, ss is done at Lucerne.
Th Portland Heights location for ho
tels cannot b equalled anywher In th
world. In Switzerland they build ho
tels on above the other, on similar
heights. They are the favorite tourist
No. 3 Home Phone Directory
. CONTAININO 5,000 SUBSCRIBERS
TO BE DELIVERED IN A FEW DAYS.
1 The Home Telephone Plant it now on a tubtrantial Pay
ing basit. No better time than now to buy Home Tele
phone Securitiet. - - ' ' , ',.
Portland Home Stock 'Around $45
Portland Home Bonds Around $85
.v A PICK-UP.
- The man who buys on any reaction will pocket large re ,
-,- turnt. - Many Urge blocks of these Home tionai
oeen purcnatea in the past thirty aayt dv insiders,
.prudent and tuccestfuf investor invariably buyt
condition! are such to cause a weak market and
investors tell out, . , i. :
; Louis J. Wilde
No. S Lafayette BuildingPortland, Oregon-
Rafarrlna- to ths Imnortane of reaerv-
Ing a portion of ths rlvsr front for the
publlo's use and enloyment, he de
scribed the beauties of the Alsterbaaln
at Hamburg, where parking haa .created
a beautlfut resort, with hotels, conoerts,
walks and drives. He said It Is these
things that attract a traveler to a city,'
and bring him back year after year for
a summer or winter stay of weeks or
"The streets and roads of European
cities ars being Improved with American
money, because . th wealthy tourists
want pleasant place to drive and ride."
he said. In Swltserland ths money is
derived from income taxes, collected by
municipalities, under th stats law.
Tba tnoom of every man who received
more than 1,000 francs a year Is taxed
to carry on publlo improvements and
government. People who travel spend
millions for amusement; dress and for
all ths luxuries and neoeseltlss of life.
They live most of ths time wherever
they find pleasant surroundings and
outdoor attractions. Portland Ig ths
ideal elty for this kind of life." : .
PRELUDE TO SERMON
Dr. B rougher Will Make Remarks
Prom Interviews With Newsp.
per Men on Famous Banquet. '
Dr. 3. Whit comb B rougher, pastor of
th White Temple, has been Interview
ing Boms of the nswspaper men in re
gard to th so-called "Buttermilk. Ban-
uet" they gave In honor of Vice-Present
Fairbanks laat Tuesday night. He
will make these Interviews the basis for
Drelude to his sermon Sunday nlgnt.
The respective merits of buttermilk snd
wins In society will be discusset; and,
no doubt the doctor will explain th dif
ference between a cocktail made with
whiskey and ono made with buttermilk.
He wlu endeavor to answer the ques
tion n tn h win la rrtrtrm nnmi 1
lax at social function's than buttermilk.
Tha doctor says ths tress club de
serves the commendation . or all the
good people of Portland for setting ths
example they did by giving a first-class
fiublio function without the, use of
Iquor. He will give the testimony of
a number who were present ss to
whether they -had good time or not. -
tie win preacn a sermon on ine topio,
'A Toung Man Out of Fashion." Fred
Butler, the great soloist will sing, by
special request. "Th Holy City."
AND YOU WILL NEVER BE
ABLE TO BUY STOCK IN THE
CONSUMERS COAL CO. -FOR
$11.00 PER. SHARE
ADVANCED TO- $12.00 -BY
ORDER OF , THE BOARD --
r : - : OF DIRECTORS, TUESDAY ?
NOTE Turn' your stock back to the company whenever
; you wish to do so and you will be paid in full for 4t with
coal at the prevailing market price, at the time. r;
Commonwealth Trust Co. Fiscal Agents, Commonwealth. Building,
From CHICAGO Us
The' BTlagara rail Bout ;
From ST. LOUIS
10 FOUR Routs.''
I AT THE THEATEES "
"Sweet NeU ot Old Drarr."
One ef the finest productions and
performances ever seen on a local stock
stags is being given at the Lyric this
week by the Allen stock company. It
surpasses anything that ths Lyrlo has
heretofore attempted and the Lyric
management has always been among ths
".VThose Baby Are You."
Ths show jiext week at the Lyrie by
the Allen Stock company wlu be a
faree. Thla ..la no idle talk as critics
ree that for sheer laughter-producing
rposes "Whose Baby Are TouT" has
r eauals. Miss Fslton will be seen
In the leading role.
' . "america's greatest .
'. - railway system
BOSTON OLD HOME "WEEK, july 25. , 17, 23
From CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS ONE FARE plus $2 for the Round Trip.
A Grand "OLD HOME WEEK" Celebration and Reunion
Seven Days of Public Festivitiea, commencing JULY 28th
Founders' Day; Patriots' Oar; Greater Boston Day; New England Dayj
Massachusetts Day; Women's Day; Military Day.-During these seven days
Historic BOSTON will be ."AT HOME", to all her Song and Daughters,
wherever residing. : " - .'.-.; -. . f
, 7 Fars from CHICAGO, $24.00 Fare from ST. LOUIS, S27J0Q
new mum mom. WSfr. . k
From CHICAGO r ST. LOUIS. Ont Fare Plus $2.00 for ths Round Trip
CANADIAN BESOBTS, daily until sept, so, v
From CHICAGO or ST. LOUIS, One Fare Plus $2.00 for ths Found Trip
Full Partlculara may be obuined from any Ticket Agent of ths
NEW YORK CENTRAL LINES
WARREN J, LYNCH, Passenger Traffic Manager, CHICAGO
Confetti Carnival at Oaks.
There will b a confetti carnival at
th Oaks this evening. It is just the
place where everyone will enjoy them.
selves, for eamlyals and confetti are
always popular. Ths dog show which
Don Carlos recently brought from Ha-H
vana Is making a great hit at the park.
"The Fire of St. John."
One of the greatest play in the
repertoire of Miss Nano O'Neil, th
eminent tragedienne now playing an en
agement at ins aiarqtiam, is "Ths
'Ires' of flt. John. It la remrAeA
ons of the beat of Budermann's plays
ana nas creaiea a proiouna impression
wnrvr proaucea. : .
"Magda- Next Week ait Marqnam.
Next week, beginning Monday night.
Miss Nano O'Nsll will appear at the
Marqtiam In "Magda," ths great plsy
in wnica ane nas won rerjeatea rri.
umpne. Many great actresses owe a
great deal to tms play, and Mis O Nell
s on 01 mem.
People trkf Travel Know .
The passenger service ever Pennsyl
vania snort &,inv is mainiainsa ai
highest standard. - An lnaulrv will
bring full Information about fast trains
from Chicago through Pittsburg to
New Tork and eastern cltlee If ad
reased - to Kollock. S 61 Stark a tree L
Wtefened gtock Oaaned Oeoda,
Allen Lewi Best .Brand.
ILLINOIS CYCLONE .
KILLS MANY CATTLE
(Josrssl apedal SerrlcaJ
Tuka. 111.. Julv 10. A evclons Isst
night did 150.000 damage to the wheat
snd hay crops and killed $10,000 worth
1U TMM WOEU w
Knows that nallard's 'Know Liniment
has no superior for rheumatlnm, stiff
joints, cuts, sprains, lumbago and all
pains. Huy It, try it and you will al-
arsys use It. Any body who has ued
Ballard s Bnow Liniment
Is a llvlns
omof ,of what it does. All we ask of
you IS to get a trial bottle. Price I
Icla k V A
WOMAN A SPECIALTY
; aoiav . x. Cxav
The onlv Chinese woman
doctor In this city. She
has cured - many afflicted
sufferers. Cured private
and female dlaeases, also
throat snd lung troubles;
stomach bladder and kidney
and dlaeases of all klndi
that ths human" "flesh Is
heir to. Cured by Chinese
herbs and roots. Remedies
No operations. Honest
Exsmlnstion free. IJ Clay
i -afc .
Scoffs Santal-Pepsm Cejs':!
A POSITIVE CLTiS
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sen aod All Private Dteeaaea,
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