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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND, THURSDAY EVENING. JULY E3, ISO?.
Oregon Tomatoes Come in
Large Shipments From :
Columbia Riyer Points.
Latest market features: , : ,
' Urani;e stiffer.- ' ', . i .
" lraoni In demand. , ;,
' Chinook loses cent. . , . , ,. ;
' ' Poultry "till dulL . . .
S- Kggs cbMPW - .
V Butter uncnang ed, r: -, . .
' 8mall hoc ttrm. ' ';
' Veal carc. . ''- .' . :
All kinds of fruit except buiuiM ar
plentiful end Front etreet ' J.h
mMit of a. busy season. JLarg V'
menu of peaches, oranges. 'on"; Ji
tew apples and pears and all kinds of
berrlejar arrlvfnT '"J",
era henslng on as never before although
few o"Joo5 grade are coming n. Ther
ire aome wild blackberries while the
season for cultivated blackberries Is Just
beginning. There , are no longer many
5Peariyf 00( boxes of tomatoes were
received today and the good tomatoes
come irom Th Darle but a tew froroJ
other Columbia river points. .
Valencia oranges are suffer, the Cal
ifornia, prices having been advanced If
cent. Lemons are also la demand.
A carload of cantaloupes from Bher
lock near Fresno arrived this morning.
The Brawley supply has been exhausted.
The former are selling it and $1.2
crate. Oregon cantaloupes are selling
from $1(0 to $4.(0 a crate.
A train load of banana has beende
layed.. causing a shortage In that fruit
aa also In apples and pears. There was
a large amount of California Orayen
stelns on the steamship Columbia that
the merchants were depending upon to
aupply th apple market." These were
lost and the only apples now la the
market are Oregon early apples.
- There Is a large supply of eucum-
A ava VMV MH&.
PIT! ID - ,
One merchant sold eggs yesterday
at 11 cents, which would tend to snow
that eggs were not advancing. Poul
try Is not much better. Both In re-
the commission men hav notified ship
pers to hold until later.
Hogs and veal are sUU soaree. Small
bogs are firm. ; ' .
rhlnnnk Salmon has dropped tO 11
mere is ami II
flour of 4 cenU a barrel and In bales
" c,nt'ta. n and. Ted. '
. ' .CRAIN BAGS Calcutta, to, large
lots; small lots, Ue.
WHEAT Club, (4ttc: red
g2e: bluestem. lTHSc; valley, 84 J60.
CORN Whole, $22.00; cracked, $21.00
BARLET New FcU421.00i9 1 100
per ton; rolled, 113.00014.00, brewing,
- - - OATS New Produeera' price N.
, FLOUR Eastern Oreron patents.
1 14.80: straights, 14.25: export, 4.eo;
I vallov. 14.104.40: graham. HS 11.76:
whola wheat, $4.00; rye. 0s. 1160; bales.
iii'tt o'Mi t u'Ltt w tlf.Oft tr ton
; middlings, f 25.00; shorts, country, 10;
.. HAT Producers' price Timothy,
WUlamette valley, fancy. 117.000 111.00;
ordinary. 11200014.00; eastern Oregpn,
111: mixed, Il010.1v); clover, $7.60;
grain. 910; cheat, $160 10.60.
Butter, Xrr snd poultry.
7 BUTTER FAT F. o. -b. Portland
7 Bweet creantgHcr sour," HH& f
' BUTTER City creamery, 17Ot0o;
seconds, 26 Ho; outside fancy, 26o; seo
onda. 22; store, Oregon. HO lc -
- EOOS Extra fancy, candled, 1$ 0
SlVe: rood candled,
cJtEESEJ New Full cream, flats,
15916tto- per lb! Toting Americas, 110
11 He per lb. ' . '
POULTRY-Mixed cnicaens, ic; iwoj
frvrrs, 14016c lb; broilers, 144f ISclb :
' ntnoVa iao lh: anrlne- ducks. 14c lb
' reeee. old. l10c per lb; spring gee.
: 11HO140 per lb; turkeys, 11011c lb
i $1.16 per doi'n. Dressed poultry, 10
! 1ts per lb. nigner. -
dm. Wool and aides.
1 HOPfc 10 crop Prime to eholce,
H7c; medium to prime. Gtto; con
tractu. 1107 crop, 10 lie, , ,Ai-4,
WOOL 1107 clip Valley. I 10 llo
. easiern urepin.
SHEEPSKINS Shearing, IS 20c
--each; short wool. I640c; medium, wool,
60 v 76c each; long wool. 76c $1.00 each.
TAUjuw rnmf, per iu, 7iit",
CHITTIM BARK 60 per. lb.
- rrnrts and Tegetables. -
iwplrAra 4 ma alr vM 1 1
ONIONS Jobbing price New' Cali
fornia red. $2 per sack; Nrw Wal a
Walla, $2.601.00 lb.; garlic, le per lb.
. APPLES New, $1,0041.76. ' .
1.00; bananaa. So Ib.J lemons, $.007.60
mi K A M AA J . ..A
i nnmil IS rte: neaohes. SOcAll.lS:
I Crawforda, (Callfornu), l. so; Oregon
Oregon cantaloupes, $1.I04.60; rasp
berries, ll.lo; piums. i; waiermeuins,
r TMBLB-TurnTpsTTiew. 10c
' a frK.h1 AA m. maaW
( 1,VV AMI A , IBI 1 V V ,wi.v.vv K ' I
l , 1 KA r. ' aaaV. n,Mnlnii 1 1 AA tfl
,11.25; cabbsge. $2.00; tomatoes, Oregon,
11.60; pamnipa, iucii.w; wax uwrn,
c; green, 6c per lb.; cauliflower, $1.26
i CA nAn n.a hnreATAillAh. So lb.!
artichokes. 5c76c dnsen; rhubarb, la
lb.; green onions, 26o per dosen: bell pep
pers 1012ttc ' per lb.; heed lettuce,
( ) doi. ; cucumbers, hothouse. 2040o
dosen; outdoor, 76c a box; radlnhes. ISo
dosen buncnes; egrpiani, e.i cram;
e-reen corn. 10O dosen; celery. - $1.J
.dosen,., (TC(SMlaa jfata, Bto. ' '
$.07H; berry, $5.7H; dry, granulated,
1S.17H: Btar. $5.77H: conf. A, $8.17Hj
extra B. 15.17H: golden C, 15.27H: t
y-llow, $S.17V.; bert granulated. I5.77H;
barrels, 10c; half barrels, ZSe; boxes,
60o advent on sack basis. '
Above prices 'are 10 days net cash
HONF,T$l. per crate. '
COFFEE Package brand, $l$.ll
SALT Coarse Half Aground, l0s.
$12.60 per ton; 60s. $11 00; table, dairy.
60a. $17.60; 100s. $17.26; balee. $2.10;
Imported Liverpool, 60. $20.00; 100s,
$1.Q0: 224s. $11.00; extra fine, barrels.
v 1 BIG HAY PRICES
'(Special Dt-patch to the Journal) 4
Palem, Or., July KThe 4
farmers or this vicinity are bold- - 4
, Ing out for high' prices for their 4
hay, realising that the hay crop 4.
will be lighter than last year, e)
and are looking to. $10 per toa'
as a price that will eventually 4
be reached. Grain , bay , will e
eaally, from present Indications, " 4
rommsnd $10. ' Liverymen ara 4
sweeping the country, but farm-. 4
era sre holding out to such an e
extent thag kocal dalers in
maktnit no quotstions.
Is, 6s and 10a, $4.S0(.S0; Liverpool
lump roc a. izg.oti per ton; 00-10 rock,
$11.00; 100s, $10.60.
(Above prioes apply to aales of less
than car lota, Car lota at special prices
SUDjrct IV iiunuBiiunai
KICE Imperial Japan, No. 1, o; No.
. 6M6Kc: New Orleans, head. 7o;
AJax, oc; Creole. l&
BEANS Small white, $1.10;
T .In. a m IU. V J . 1U.
NUTS -Peanuts. Jumbo, V4 Pr ,b!
Virginia, 7 Ho per lb; roasted, 10o per
lb; Japanese. 6(2 6 Uc: roasted. 7 7 Ha
per lb; walnuts, California, lOo per lb;
?lne nuts, 1416o per lb; hickory nuts,
Oo per lb; Brazil nuts, lie per lb; fil
berts, l(o per lb; fancy pecans, 11 200
Meats, rii, JTovlalons.
FRESH MEATS Front street Hogs.
fancy. IHo per lb: large. Ifflo per
lb; veal, extra, per lb; ordinary,
o per to; poor, toio per io, ,
fancy, 8 to per lb. f i .
HAMS. BACON. ETC. Portland psx-x.
(local) hams, 10 to 11 lbs, 1H P" :
14 to It lbs. 1(0 per lb; 11 io 20 lbs.
1614c; breakfast bacon, KH21o per
lk; picnics, 12o per lb; cottage roll,
nun iw. iK, Hnii, ahort -clears, un-
smoked, llo per lb; smoked. 12o per lbH
clear backs, unsmoxea, HQ, smoaea,
per lb; Union butts, 10 to 11 Ibe. nn
amoked, (o per lb; smoked. o per lb;
clear bellies, unamoked, HHa per lb;
smoked 11 He per lb; shoulders. 1$ Ho
per lb; pickled tongues. $0o each.
LOCAL, LARD Kettle leaf. 10c, -lie
per lb; 6a, 11H" Pr lb; (0-lb tins, 11H0
per lb; sieam rendered, 10s, 11 He per
lb; (a, HHe par lb; compound, 10s, loo
FISH Rock -cod, To per lb; flounders.
lh- halibut. lUn ner lb: striped
basa. llo per lb; catflah. 10a per lb; sal
mon, fresh Columbia chlnook. lie per
lb; Steelheada, lOo per lb; herrings, 6c
per lb; soles, (o per lb; shrimps, lOo per
lb; perch, (e per lb; blsck cod, 7o per
lb; tomcod. 7o per lb; lobsters. l(o per
lb; fresh mackerel. Io per lb; crawfish.
20c per dos; sturgeon, lOo per lb; black
bass. SOo per lb; silver smelt, 7c per
lb; shad, 4o per lb; black cod. THo
per lb. - .
OTSTERSi-dhoalwater bay, per gal
lon, $1.60; per 100-lb sack, $4.60; Olym-
?ta, per gallon, fi.is; per lie-io saca,
5l0.(.16; Eable, -canned, 10a can; $7.00
doa. , ;
CLAMS Hardshell, per dox, IJ.;
rasor lamsr $!. per boa; -1 par doa,
Paints, Coal OH, sUe.
ROPE Pure Manila. ll,e: standard.
HHo; sisal, llo. y
COAL OIL Pearl or Astral Cases,
lHo per gal; water white, iron bbla.
l4o per gai; wooaaa, ito per gai; naaa
llaht 170 df.. cases. 21 Ho per gal.
GASOLINE 14 deg.. cases, 14Ho per
gal: Iron bbls. ltc per gal.
BENZINE (I deg.. cases, no per
gal; Iron bbls, ($o per gal.
TURPENTINE In cases. Mo per gal;
wooden bbls, o per gal.
WHITE, LEAD Ton lots, 70 per
lb; 600-lb lots, Io per lb; less lots, IH
per lb. 1
, WIRE NAILS Present basis at 11.11.
Ten . Hone Arm ltoceived Among
Other tock at tha Portland
. . - Uniosi Btockyards. -
Portland Union Stockyards Jsly J.
Receipts at toe sioca yaras . were
- . Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Today .. 150 147
Waalc Am 10 - 100 " r-' (76
Tear ago ......... 10 . . ... 40
Previona vear ..... 41 (17
Fairly rood receipts are noted at the
Portland Union stock yards. Prices re
main unchanged Ten horses were re
ceived this morning.
. Official livestock prices:
Hogs Best eastern Oregon, : $(.60;
stackers and feedvevJOO (,?5i.C,b,ina
fats, $(.26S (.60.
- Cattle Best eastern Oregon steers.
$1.76; beat cows and heifers, $1.7la.00;
bulls, $1.00. - t-
Sheerj Wethers. $4.004.26; lamb.
$4.7606.00. ; .
- - CHICAGO UTKSTOCK - - :-
Eastern Livestock Receipt Main
' talned Sharp Gain Ten Cent.
Chicago. July 21. Receipts at thel
yards today were:
Chicago tf.ii. 11.000
Kanaaa City ..10,000
Omaha ....... 1,000
Hoa-s onened steady.
Left 'over 1,800.
Receipts year ago were 14,000,
Mixed. $S.0.16; heavy, $6.5((.$1;
rougn, (e.foot.vo; iignt. if.vews.vv.
Cattle and sheep stesdy. - Sheep
lower. . '
,"""Xew York Cotton Market."
New Tork, July 15. At New Orleans
the , market advanced In strength ot
forecast showers, but here It seems to
be the general opinion that there le
no relief In sight for southern and
western cotton belts, where almost un
bearable hot weather has prevailed for
the past lew days.
Quotations by Over beck
a ' Cooke
Jan. ...... UK 1211 1110 1201 11(
Feb . .... 120( 11
Mar. .... 1201 121S 120$ 1211 1204
April........ 1211 1201
May 1211 1201 .1211 1221 1214
July 1210 1210 , 1210 1210 120(
Aug. .... 1147 1H1 114011(1 1141
Sept ni 1 4 rl H 4114 011 (1 1 4 1
Oct - llt( 1111 117( . Ill ,1182
Nor. 112 1185
Dec ..... 1111 110$ 116 111$. 1110
Liverpool Cotton Close.
Liverpool,' July 2$. Uvsrpool cotton
closed from I lower to 1 higher.
. , . . , 1 11 .
United . State ' Government ' Bonds.
New Tork. " July IS. Today" quota.
tlons on government bo:
onas is as lot-
lows: . . ' .
Official through Overbook
com nan v. . .
Twos reaistered.,.. ..
' An eounons .................. ,10(
Threes, registered 101 H
do coupon.. ., , .......... ...... .101
Threes, small ....,.. .101
Foura,-new, reaistered ........ ..127 H
Fours, new, coupon .......... .....111H
...... 4 IVO-I
District of Columbia
Portland Bank Statement.
Clearance today ,,,..
do year ago
Gain today ... ... .$ 81,117.p(
Balances today J .- J
do rear ago u,.i
' Liverpool Grain Clowe. i:
Liverpool.' July 26. -Grain closes to
day were: Wneat H UP. corn. 7 aown.
quotations were - -
,....7s 2 d
December .... . .
September ; . . .
Carlots Received at Chtcago.
Chicago, July It. Car lots wars rs
colved aa follows:
Wheat 61 - ' (ft (52
Corn ,t ig 20 177 : 10
OstS, 71 10 11' (0
" Argentine Shipments.
Chicago. July 26 Argentine
Din"'." nrri e,Umta tou 10 u l.i0-
Slight Eally Perceptible, in
Mining Stocks on San
Francisco Exchange, -
San Francisco. July 21. There was a
perceptible strong tona In Nevada min
ing stocks. It was an Improvement over
yesterday, when tha bidders seemed un
certain. There Is no uneasy feeling
on account of yesterday's break. The
broker who dumped yesterday had been
buying all week and was forced to un
load to finance a loan, in, waa a
rumor of trouble, but it was without
GOLD FIELDS DISTRICT.
Standatorm 41c Red Tod 14.1$. Mo
hawk 17HcA, Columbia Mt. 16a, Jumbo
$4.16, Jumbo Ext. $1.16. Vernal 14cB.
Pennsylvania IcA. Ooldflald M. Co. $1.(6,
Kendall llcB, Booth 46c, Blue Bull llo,
Adams lie. Silver Pick (2c, May Queen
Ho, Nev. Boy to, B. B. Ext. to. Blue
Bell 17c, Dixie so, O. Columbia 46cB,
Hibernla (o, St. . Ives ' lie. Conqueror
IScB. Bit Rock 4c. Lone Star 20c. O.
Wonder 2oB, Potlach 4c A. Oro 12o, Ken
dall Ext 4cA, Sandst Ext 4c, Mayne 7e,
Atlanta 4c, Oreat Bend 76a, Simerone
20c Empire c. Red Top Ext. llo, Flor
ence 66a, Dtam'f B. B. Con. 4c, O. Daisy
210, Laguna $1.(0, Commonwealth 2tc,
Comb. Fract $140, Or. Bend Ext 14c,
Or. Bend Anx. lOcB. Mlllntorm 40c A.
B. B. Bonansa 7c Kewanos 7 Be A. Esmer
alda lecB, Portland iucb, cracxer jacx
lc, Francla Mohawk 11.10B, Red Hill
66c Mohawk Ext 1c Lou Dillon $c T.
Tiger lie Grandma 14c S. Pick Ext le.
T. Rose (c Col. Mt Ext 1c Ooldf. Cona
$1.(0, Dlajn't Trlangla 10c
0hlr- $1.1.- Mexican- 7c-0ul -
Curry He, Con. Virginia (1c Savage (4c
Hale a Norcross (0c Tallow Jacket (0c
Belcher (1c, Sierra Nev. 40c, Exchequer
iC union lie ,
BULLFROO DISTRICT. -
Original 7c Bullf. M. C 16c Mont
Bullf. 6o, Nat Bank 22c U Harris 2c
Amethyst 2o. Gold Bar 22c Btelnway
(o, Denver Buf. Anx. (c Bonnie Clare
too, Mayn. cons, (ic Monty, unio juxt.
Ic Q. Scepter 7c Monty. Mt lie. B.
Daisy 10c Homestake Cons. 7HC Tan-
kee oirl Mo, Nugget c Tramp cons.
44c Victor IcB.. North Star (c .
TONOPAH DISTRICT. v
Ton. Nev. 12c. Mont Ton. $4.10. Ton.
Ext $1.60, MacNamara lie Midway
11.40, Ton. Belmont 40c B, Ton. No. Btar
IOC unio Ton. io, itescua jc Ton. at
Calif. 7cA Golden Anchor 17c Jim But
ler $1.01 H. Ton. Cash Boy (c Ton. Home
e, aomi. ion. ivca, Monarcn I'lita. tux.
lOeA, Mont Mid. Ext 4c Golden
MANHATTAN DISTRICT. ' -Manh.
Cons. 46c Manh. M. Co. (c,
G. Wedge (c Seyler Hump. 6c, Dexter
HC .X. Joe 2c Creaoent 6cH. Combina
tion lc Granny 11c Mustang 11c Little
Grey 10c Cowboy-4c Oris. Manh. lOo,
Broncho 7c Jump Jack 7cB, Plnenui
7c -Buffalo tc S. Dog 17cB, T. Horse
$C Indian) Camp IcB.
Falnr. Silver King lOcA. Falrv. Eagle
4 6c A. Nevada Hills 14 He No. Star
Wonder 6c Eagle's Nest lie Ruby
Wonder 10c Alice of Wonder (cA, Pitts
burg 8Uver Peak $1.40. . r. .,
- NEW rORK STOCK MARKET .-
Bujen Uncertain, but Good Dividend
Rumors Boos tod Stock. -
New Tork, July 26. Much precaution
noticeable In the market today. It is
aunnoaed that- the big Intereet
selling Union Paciflo and Southern Pa-
CIIIO. xne Deara nammervu nm iiaia
eome and there waa profit-taking In
Southern Paciflo. Some were expecting
a 7 per cent dividend, while others
agreed that i per cent, would be. the
limit Rumor In early part of the day
aald that the dividend would be ( per
American' stocks In London wore firm
with great strength. The market there
also hung on the Southern Paciflo
dividend rate and the general opinion
waa that they would be large. '
Quotation by Overbook at Cook corn
Ami. Cop. Co. .
Am, C - Ff a.
Am. Cot OIL, c:
Am. Jjoc, c, . . ,
Am. Sugar,, o. ,
Am. Smelt, 0,.
do pfd. .....
Anac. Mln. Co.,
Am. Woolen, c.
Atchison. . ...
Bait Ohio, c,
do pfd. .....
Bin. Rap. Tr..
Can. Pec, c. . . .
Can. Leather, C.
do pfd.' . . .
ChL i. 0.-W,
C. M. 4 St. P. .
Chi. A N-W.. c
Cheaa, 4k Ohio..
Col.-: Bo. q.. ..
do Id. pfd. ...
14 It I (
Dels. 4 Hudson.
Den. A R. 0.
do Id. pfd ....
do 1st. pfd. . ..
Ort North., pfd,
Mex. Cen. Ry...
M. K. at T.......
MO. Paciflo .,..
N. T. Central...
N,Y, O. W...,
N. W.. com...
- do preferred .
Nor. Pao., com. ..
P. M. S. Co
Pan 11. Ry
P. a.,UtC Co.
f. s. car. com.
Reading, com. .
do Id pfd....
09 m uiq.,.
R. I. at B. Co., 0..
do preferred .
Rock Island, c. , .
do preferred .
S. U A S. F . 1 p.
do 1st pfd.,..
St I B. W.. e.
8. P., com .
Bo. Ry., com. . .
Tenn. C. A I. . : .
T., 8. I W .
do - preferred .
U. r., com
V. S. Rubber, a..
do preferred .
7J. S. Steel Co.. c.
do preferred .
do referred .
W. U. Telegraph
Wis. Cent., com
Total sale for day. (0i,)00 Shares. '
Eaatera Wheat Close.
' New Tork. Julv II. Sentembee wheat
closed here at tic At Winnipeg Sep-t-mher
haat Olosed at II U, atDulutb
IIop Growers Contract 1907 Crop at 12
Cents a roiind Fruit Plentiful in the
Market, but Demand Is Also Excellent.
Half a Crop Beported From
Kansas Harre8t Fields Has
' Effect on Harket. .
Chicago, July II. All wheat mad
great gains today. Th opening was
strong, and the bullish tendency pre
vailed throughout th day.: There was
an excellent demand for cash wheat
Looks Ilk mills bad decided there will
bs light movement and were buvlng
wheat They bare been holding off for
three weeks, anticipating larger offer-
farmers' are holding their wheat for
better price. . . . . . , . " ' .
From Kansas oomes th report that
receipt ara only half thoae . of laat
year, and . farmers, offerings are very
light Report also state that Kansaa
wheat showed np poorly when they got
machines Into It Lot of field la
western Kansas only cut
v WHBAT. -V.
September ............. (IB
December ( J4
: ... ,
$V ' H
- (7 . . .
101 101 .
11(1 . 1141
17 . ' ,- $1. -
11 t m
" I7T J 170
... , , ,
NORTH POWDER AS
. A BERRY SECTION
e - r .TT.-;r-s- " (saaawassSBaassjsaw, - ... . .
(Special Dlepeteh te The JesraaL)
North Powder, Or July II. Tin
specimens of th Butterfly variety of
strawberry, grown by J. H. Bennlng,
near town, are exhibited her today,
Tha flavor. ! aa muoh admired aa the
remarkable else, for - each berry aver
ages over an ounoe per box. This Is
not a good berry for shipping, put sells
at once In th horn markat
- Off the eighth of an -uncultivated,
unlrrlgated strawberry bed on hla dairy
ranch, near town, J. H. O'Bryant baa
sold $16 worth of Hood Rivers and
could dispose of th product of five
arras aa readily. , -
Having had a fin copious rainfall
and no disastrous frost In May, berrlea
war up to the average in quantity, also
and flavor and the cold seemod not
muoh to damage the symmetrical shape.
Tha high prtoe, $2.60 per box, haa
brought to the attention of farmers
th eas with which hundreda of dollars
may be added to th yearly Income
from ground now idle.
BIO CHERRY CROP
(Special Dtsseteh te Tke JoeroaL)
Brownsville, Or, July H. Th cherry
crop In Linn county this year haa been
uncommonly large, several young or
chard ara this year bearing their first
crop. Th - new Brownsville - cannery
haa been receiving an Immense lot from
all over the county.
One orchardlat near Lebanon haa just
disposed of his crop for $100, there be
ing three acre, making him a profit
of $100 an acre. The-cherry that brings
th highest prices In th market Is the
Lambert and Royal Anne, wHbv th Ox
heart -a close third. -
Linn county In th near future will
furnish enough cherries to supply gll
th eastern states.
"MAGDA? 3EST EFFORT
All Portlsnd 1 talking f "Magda.
th magnificent production which Miss
Nance O'Nell is presenting this week
at th Marquam. It 1 the greatest
performance Miss O'Nell has sver alven
of the wonderful drama In this city and
11 is aiso tn part in wbicn sn is seen
at her peat To realise tha marvelaua
genius of this famous actress It Is
necessary to see her In "Magda" and the
attendance at th Marquam since Mon
day night shows how much Interest 1
being taken in the star and play. McKs
Rankin, th veteran actor. Is appear
ing as th paralytlo father, th part
which ha has mad his own. There
will be a matinee Saturday. Seat for
th remaining performance are now
salting at -in pox-omce. "
SENTENCED IN LONDON
' (Jearaal BDeclal Berrlea.)
' London, July 15. Charles Smith waa
today sentenced to life Imprisonment,
and May Churchill, known as "Chicago
May," waa sentenced to II years for
an attempt to kill Eddie Ouerln, with
an international polloe record. Ouerln
waa shot in th street weeks' ago in
a quarrel over a woman. - Ouerln made
a sensational escape from Devil' Island
in 100, astonisning tn world.-
TEN THOUSAND ARE
STARVING TO DEATH
f Journal Baeetal Mnr1e
Kingston, Jamaica, July . $(. -Ten
thousand persons are starving In Elis
abeth district aocordlng to an Investiga
tion conducted ny uenerai unvar.
Th famine la growing, and the local
government ! Diamea ror raiiur' to
take proper precaution Per eon e with
out eioining ana 100a are oongea to pay
taxea. .. -
STATE BANK AT -GERVAIS
Oervals, Or., July $(. Th Oervals
Stat bank wa organised her Tuesday
evening by the election of Alois Tsnsler
president Harrison Jones vice-president
and Joseph F. Nathman secretary. The
directors are Alois Tanaler, Harrison
Jone Joseph V. Nathman, William J.
Clarke and Jacob Blnrman. The bank
la capitalised at 110.000 and will prob
ably open at an early data for business,
, ' Bound Over to Grand Jury. -J.
W." Acplegata. who" waa arrested
Several nlghta ago upon complaint of
C. M. Oliver of 201 Cook avenue, on a
charge of assault with a dangerous
weapon, was given a preliminary exam
ination In police court this morning and
bound, over to th grand Jury in the
um of $260.
' " - . v2BgassBasTa$a$BsWBBM
' The tact tht ColumbU V
tailoring quality ii a long .
way, ahead of the average ii
on inducemej&iiJbst. it cost,
you a quarter, to a third le J
than tailoring . ja - other
equally high-clai establish-,
menti, it another induce- ;
ment; and now, when I offer
you an extra pair of trous
ers, absolutely : free with
every suit costing $22.50 or
more, it seems to me it" a
combination that.- ought to '
Interest most any reasonable
i. man who enjoy handsome
garments and who spends
his money sensibly. You'd
better investigate tomorrow, r
Grant Phegley, Manager.
Seventh & Stark
FEARS TO LOSE
Thomas Dillon Thinks a P.
Fisher Has HI Designs
on His Hoard.
. : : (Bpedal Dtepateh te The JearaaL)
. Condon, 0ru July $(, Thomaa DIUon
a' wealthy rancher 10 mile from here.
ha gone' to ' Portland to atop pay
menten a crtlfioatetf -deposit -for
over ss.ooo on the Laa gt Tllton bank,
which he was induced to Indorse over to
Charles F. Fisher, whose card repre
sents him aa financial agent, with of
fice- at o Jaarquara buudlng, tele
phone Paciflo 1771, residence (no Tilla
mook street, telephone Eaat 1664.
Dillon say Fisner told him that dar
ing the last election It waa discovered
that the aignature to eome of these
certificates were not genuine and he
asked Dillon to let him look at It and
then had him Indorse It He waa to
take It to Portland and if It waa good
he was to return It bv registered mall.
Dillon became suspicious after Fisher
had left and had tha sheriff telephone
. Dillon Is an eccentric bachelor worth
In tha neighborhood of 1100.000. He
own over 10.000 acres of good land
ana a large band or sheep and la or'
dlsarlly very shrewd. , -
Fisher left town Tuesday, pre sum
ably for Th Dalle.
Fisher offered the Fossil stag eon'
tractor a 10 horsepower automobile to
carry eight -paaeengers, for $100. He
said the machine was now at Th
Danes. Th deal did not go through.
Fisher is not known hers, .
At Mr. Fisher's office In the Mar.
quam building-It waa ealdThe had gone
to the Interior on some land business
and that he Uaed an auto car that would
reasonably be offered for sal at $800,
which was a fair price. He would not.
It waa said, be likely to attempt any
4 , ! a AMAAA,tnn with V. .... V.
as his buslneaa methods are correct and
he hna extensive dealing with land
ownersi - He has a rating In Bradstreets
and has been doing business In Portland
soma years. At Ills residence . It waa
said ha wa expected to return home
Friday or tnia week.
CONTRACTS FOB H0FS-
1 AT TWELVE CENTS
Tboao Recorded Show Thl Ordinary
Figure In Marlon Condition '
and ProapecU of Crop. "
' (Special fiisnetck te TM Jearaal.l V
Salem, Or., July !(. A number of
hop contract have been placed on file
with County Recorder Drager and most
of the hop In thl vicinity have been
contracted at 11 cants. The hop crop
promises well and the bloom on the
vines 1 a sign that picking time is but
five or six weeks distant From the
section In and about Woodburn and
Oervals It Is reported that the young
yards' are doing splendidly, but that In
the older one th crop will be lighter
than a year ago. ;
Among-the hop contracts placed on
record are tn ronowing:
U T-h A 11.. r m XimlA AmA V -A
Buchanan, SlWerton, 10,000 pounds,
11 Mo; date of contract, January 16,
O. 0, and Alice M. Pomeroy, Wood
burn. 11,000 pounds, 12o; February It.
S. Merten, Bt, Paul, 15,000 pounds,
12c; February 20.
R. McClellsh, Oervals, 10,000
pounds, 12c; February 7. -
Roue V. and A. Hughes, St Paul,
10,0000 pound a, 12c; February 11.
J. A, arlgBby, A. W. Docksteader and
K. W. Prlchard, Salem, 20,000 pounds,
12o; February 1.
Emma- D. and Thomaa Fennell. In
dependence, 0,0 00 pounds, 12c; March
pounds. H cents; February 20.
JUUUS ana arioirm rrrvoni, Bt. aui,
20.000 pounds, 12 cents;. February 20.
A. C. Keene. Mount Angel. K.000
pounds, 12 cents; February 14.
John C H uaill, nervals, 10,000 pounds,
11 cents; Februsry i. J
M. U Jones, Brook. 20,000 pound,
11 cents; January 28.
John and 1. Hamilton and Jim Oum,
Salem, 18,000 pounds, 10 csnts; Decem
ber 1, 10(.
O. W. Kutch. independence, ' 10,000
pounds.' 11 cents; February 2S.
canning, at. i'aut, pounds.
W. M. Killings
ar -rr m av ' r mrm a.
7 wTaI- : f&ys-Hoii
1 mmmk -
11 ;'rv-Mir'.-ArinTniTHTOf -
Plenty of vacant front seats In ' the Band Wagon of Success. I
know, for i ride there myself. I have for tha past, twenty years, seated
most comfortably, many people, surrounding them with every luxury
-wealth -could prooure, including,. of course. Jh greateet poaetbl luxury,.
. a, .beautiful homo. All persons taking my advlc have been auocess
, ful. for I fully understand th business that I am in; same aa , a
auocesafnl M. D. or any other successful business man. 1
Th Real Katate Business Is a profession. Th successful bankr,
editor, merchant, lawyer oe-)doctor XBTS AJf IwmT Imagine that he oaa .
determine th value of a real estate Investment In sixty minutes by
throwing hi Inexperienced 3sABTaMiT ay upon it , I oar not how sue-.
oessful he I In hi buslnees calling or proression, n is a rMiMvi-m
In determining th value of a real estate deal In so short a-time.
Teare, . no doubt, have been devoted to. acquiring th skill and success
Of the business ho I now engaged In. - ' J .
,- Of course. In past year no on could mis drawing profit In Port
land realty, but there never wa a time when (KIU should not havs
been need In drawing IVaJMnm FaVOriTB. It may be Improper for a
professional, like myself, to advertise hla business, hut for your sake,
and to stir up the jealousies of th numerous real estate dealers, caus
ing them to us? their WAMXam more freely TOm STMT lOTOOX
IS A BOOST to be plain, I am deslrou -of BOOSTXara my business,,
bene have thrown modesty to the wind and do now proclaim X AM
XMM XCAir you should call on should you desire to buy any part or
fraction of th earth la th City of Portland, land located. MTW1M
I have for the vast
a k(A mm f.vAr.hl lACAtA
values, earn aa an M. D. telle th heart beat by the puis of his
patient; and a certain as ths law of gravitation millions upon mil-'
"lions of dollars will be made by Judicious Investmentuof coin In thl
matchless territory known as Portland's Tent Ward. And forever re
member thl truth, that upon thla perfect foundation between th rivers
a suoceewful battle will b fought, th building of th metropolis of
th Paciflo th OmnATKB OmTllsJn, ths New Tork of the Paciflo,
Any person doubting this statement can hav tha proof In thirty mln-
- utea, by appointment at my offloe. I hav now the best speculative
bargain ever offered slno th Mayflower landed. Acreage--between the
rivers at only $1,000 an acre. Each acre will become a fortune. If
you desire facta, and wish to Invest, call; save time by bringing
Jour cash or check book. -Sixty-five acres sold; only five acre left
lao pleas remember Walnut Park Is ths finest resldenc dlstriot In
Portland. 'Terms of. sale most liberal. Any U car going north will
land you at Walnut Park office. Horn site ar elUng fast Batter
call today or you will again be toe. late. , . , ' .
Central Off le AUlllsursworth ana WTOlants Avenuea. r- - -
Suburban Offloe aas Chsmkar of OoaiAaevo.
Gt-6ceif arid Borfiej
-Build your home where conditions for housekeeping are
easiest, Investigate Jrvingtoa.ParkJeioieilLimprovei.
ments are in and prices go up. .
The Addition ,Whh Character.
,.'.-.'. ;";'.; 'TV :V .;
! Is the most deljghtul home site in Portlsnd. One of-;
the soundest investments. - Lot will be worth $200 or
$300 more before long, because east side is growing; rp
; idly property increasing in valu each day.- Alberta car
to East Twenty-Seventh, go three blocks north to Kit-
.lings worth avenue. Agent on, grounds all the time) - ,
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F. B. Holbrook Co. I F. E. Schwank
1 250 Stark St
11 cents; February lv. -.
C. W. Pugh and Joanna Push, Salem,
8)00 pounds. 10 cents; March 82.' "'
M I mnA I. A. 8nvder and Ed Kava-
naugh, Oervals, 10,000 pounds, 12 cents.
Nicholas Krebs. Oervala, K.000
pounds; 10 cents; April 10. -
The following contracts hav been
filed by Paul R. O. Horst of New Tork:
Charles D. Winkler and O'orge L.
Hose, Balem, 40,000 pounds, II cents;
February 1. "
1. v. and Alice uraves, u,vu pound,
If Mnti' March 1.
- J. K. Cooper. ' Independence,- 1S.000
pounde, 11 cent; March 7.- - '
ueorgs U' noae, naiem, jsu.uvv
pounds. It cents; February (.
Oliver Beera and Lope fling. 40.000
pounds, 11 cents; February (.
wuiiam atacsay ana m. w. mix, in
dependence, . 26,000 . pounds, 11 cents;
M. W, Mahony, Charley Feumal and
worth at Labor
Nothing Like Success!
twenty years confined, my enegrle
district. I do not BUSSS-1 A HOW
30th and KMingsworth.
Mos Foumal, Fairfield. 10,000. pounds,
12 cents: March 1. v -
Falk. Wormaer Co. of Chicago hav
contracted for 20,000 pounds of th
Mssaey A Ruggles crop growing near
Brooks, The contract price la 11 cents
and the date of the contract May 11.
Another contract made on May 11 Is
one by which T. j. Roes of Chemawa
agrees to sell to EI aas (r Prfis of Cln
einnatl $.000 pounds at 10 H cents.
RAIL RATE SQTJATJBLb
"SajBBaaa3BaaAaw " .
" " ' (Joaraal peelal grrrjee.)
Oyster Bay, July It. Secretary Dneb
denies th story that President Roose
velt Is directing the movinents pt As
sistant Attorney-Oenerat , fjtanford la
ths rellroad rat squeUba;