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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL'. PORTLAND, TUESDAY EVENINO. JULY S3. ID37.
CKJII-HEK BROS, PRINTERS CARDS,
billhead etc. Phone Main lUt
146H 1st at
lfln lill. K ?i Riiaael hid- 4th and
gn " i u wm,
Si O i l E R NF R I N T K R T.
runu panu A nnriEN REAL E8
tate. Insurance, loan. See ua before
.nvm. 848 Mississippi ava Phons
Woodlawn t"l. : ' ' .
JOailVj LB Ul l.U WU A W - . "
,ul estate and rsntala $06 Stark
IWTrW'O 1 EVERT DEBCRIJ
tlon. W. W. Espey- Ill Commercial
ao t6 the busy beb for ieli-
csteasens, Homa cooking. 414.Wah-.
Ington at. '
tTTe-beaVer restaurant. io
Burnslds at.. reopened by experienced
c a tercr. A. J. Psrker. proprietor.
TIN ROOFINO. ootterino. re
pairing and general Jobbing. J. LoslL
til Jefferson at. Pacific 1414.
PORTLAND SAFE CO, SOLE AOENT8
tor Herring-Hsll-Msrvln safeo and
Manganese Steel Safe Oo. e bank ssiee;
It aecond-hand fireproof safes and bank
safes, very cheap. 8a them) or write
vs. II Tth at '
DIEBOLD MANdANESE SAFES
Large lines carried. Lock-outs opnat
Jscks, Jalla. "metal furniture. Both
-honsa J. B. Dsvla 88 Id.
MRS. 8TEVEN8. PORTLAND'S RELIA
ble palmist and spiritual Ufa raadar;
SlRaTBHAVER. 8PIRITCAL READER.
414 Burnalda at., corner 10th.
WARREN CONSTRUCTION CO.
Street paving, sldewslks and arosa-
tnca- 114 Lumber Exchange.
THE BARBER ASPHALT PAVING CO.
. of Portland. Offlca 866 Worcester blk.
.-... -.; SIGNS AND SHOW CARDS
FOSTER KLEISER SIGNS.
We have built up - the largeat ele i
v...... IK the eltv hr flrat-claaa work
and keeping our promise. Our prices
ara right. 1th and Everett eta. Phone
THAT ATTRACT" PORT'
land Blrn Co.. 1IT Btsrk. Paclflo 16.4.
SHOWCASES AND FIXTURES
SHOWCASES OF EVERT - DE8CRIP
tion; bank.-bar and store fixtures
made to order. The Lutks M enufeo-
.tirlnv Cn Portland.
R. ft. bIRDSALL. DESIGNER: AGT. M.
winter mmwr vo. i "i"'"tu ""
Aa-encr Suppllea! repalra Raleigh
bids- th and Washington eta--,
CLEAN TOWELS DAILY COMB.
brueh. aoap.il per month. - Portland
Xeundry Towel Supply Co, th and
Couch ata. Phone 418.
TRANSFER AND HAULINO
C a PICK OFFICB II 1ST ST, BB
tween Stark and Oak ata. r phone- 686.
Planoa and furniture moved and packed
for. ahlpplng; commodloue brick ware-
'knuse witn separate uvu n-
' and Clay ata, ' - ' -
V6L8EN-R0E TRAN8FER CO.
W. A. CJ eland.
Lewiston Peach Crop Is of a High
Grade Lebanon - Will Have Cannery
Business Good on Front Street. ,
Front Street Active With
Big Fniit Business Caused
".- by Hot Weather.
OeneraJ transfer and atorage; aafea.
planoa and furniture moved, packed and
ihinnl lot Dak f- Roth Dhonea.
Van HORN TRANSFER A STORAGE
Co.." Ino. Furniture and piano moving
a -nec.liLltT: Blorace 'arenouaa.
a m-m Ash. Phone Main 1111.
tENiNSULAR fcXPRESS ft BAGGAGll
Tranafar. 4T Alder at. Phone Mala
Cre'oon Transfer CO.. i4 n. th.
Main at. Heavy naming ana aiorage.
IS'DEPENDEllT BAGGAGE it TRAN8-
f er Co. Storage, is Btarit. main evf
M, A." GUN8T CO
DISTRIBUTORS OF FINE CIGARS.
fcVERDlNG 4k FARRELL, PRODUCE
nd commlaalon merchanta. 140 Front
t., Portlar.a. ur. i-none -am in.
"OREGON FURNITURE MANUFAC
turlng Co. Manufacturera of furnl'
n tnr tha 'trade. Portland-Or.
WAbllAM'- A CO.. WHOI.E8ALE GRO
' cere, manufacturera and commlaalon
1Hfft,tM-WM,, w 1---.-- .. ii- .ck.-bia:
JURNITURE MANUFACTURING ANO , ONIONS Jobbing price New Call
Front street featurei: -"
Many prlcea ruling on tomatoea. .'
Watermelons moving at leak. . ...
Peach crop will be abort. .;-"'.'
Eggs and. poultry quiet.
Weather makea good market
Bananaa sold at a loaa.
Butter market firm.
Demand for watermelons has suddenly
developed with the warm weather of the
past few days. Until yesterday there
had been but few inquiries for raelona.
and Front atreet waa Becoming -stocked.
The sales of melons today,
however, are quite encouraging, and the
stocks will all sell eaaily. More are
arriving on each freight but are being
- Some of the merchants sre receiving
more .tomatoea than they can Justly
handle. AU kinds of prices are ruling
as a result. Ths tomatoea are. uauaiiy
of a good grade and ara Oregon prod
uct. ahipped from The Dalles.
Oregon and California peachea will
be.ahort. . The crop will be aomewhat
larger than the apricot crop, but H Is
not expected that they will ever drop
to a very low figure, aa the demand for
.Ka i utter than the demand for
apricota. The aame eondltlona will rule
practically, however, aa In the apricot
jrro-t Mtreel Aettre. "; ,
Vvnnt .tr I. VrV bUIV. MOtl fa-
vorable weather Js now coming on, and
fruit aalea are Urge. Arrangements or
the ahipment of fall frulta, such as
grapea, appiea, .m, wm- .
rive within a few Aaye. .
The bananas that arrived yeaterday
In such poor condition are being sold
out at a lose. The nawaera am inuu.
the moat of the fruit and aeUIng at
moat any price on the streets. .
1 Receipts in cutter are ni
ereajnerles that are paying 10 cents a
.-itinar harelv enough at that
price to supply their trade. It Is not
thought thst there will be any chaflgea
aoon, although a rlae may corns within
the next 10 aaya. . - .
Front street prices:
Grain, now aaA Tee.
GRAIN BAGS -- Calcutta, V largo
lots; amall lota, IHe- . '
WHEAT Club. fIIo: red Huealan,
Trcrblueatem; ll8Jc; valley. IOSle;
CORNWhola 128.00 crtckeiy.o?
BARLEY New Feed, tl.010
per ton; rolled. ll.00l.oo; Drawing,
121.00 W2I00. . " .
vw tl KK nee ft '
OATfl New Producers prloe-No. ,1
...- ... AA a tnn mrmyr. 127.00.
FLOUR Eastern Oregon patents,
14.80; straights, 4.S: export, 14.00;
valley. 14.1004.40; graham, H".
whole wheat. 14.00; rye, 0a, 5.o; bales,
MIL1JTTJFF8 Bran, 1T.0 per ton;
middlings. 126.00; shorts, country, 120;
.u no aa. i.w 111. ooa 121.00.
s HAY Producers' price Timothy,
Willamette valley, fancy, I17.00tfim.oe:
hniin. it nn flil 4 00; eastern Oregon,
118: mixed. II0O10.B0; clovel1. 7.JJ
grain, 810; cheat, $8.50 10.60.
Batter. Sgg end yomltrr.
BUTTER FAT F. o. b. Portland
B r.B m esun! sour. ilUc
BUTTER City creamery. ItHCIOo;
seconds, I5Ve; outside fancy, 2Sc; seo-
onde, ?ZHc; store, uregon,
EGGS Extra fancy, candled, 22
flu.- mnnA candled 21 l 22 ".C .
C.IEESE New Full cream," flats.
lEMttc per lb; Young Americas, 110
lHe per lb. - --. ., - .
POULTRY Mixed chickens, lie; fancy
hena. 11HWU0 id; rooBtere. oia . ia
fryers. 14$llo lb; broilers. 14018clb.;
nM ducke. lie lb: SDrlng ducks. 12a lb;
feese, old, l(9I0o"per lb; spriits; geese,
IHOlto per lb; turkeys, ll&llo lb;
for old; squabs, 12.50 per doxen; pigeons.
81.70 per aosen. rsssea pouiirj, i v
X.40 per lb. higher. . .
Sops, wool ud M Jdss.
HOPS 1001 crop Prime to choice,
HO 7c; medium to prime, 8l5tc; oon
trscts, 107 crop. 10911c
WOOL107 clip Vsiley, tOtftlo
eastern Oregon. II 21a.
MOHAIR New 107 2IO2IH0.
SHEEPSKINS Shearing, 1520o
each; short wool, IBO40c: medium, wool,
ltfv75a each; long wool, TEcOtl.OO each.
TALLOW Prime, per !bt fH 4c; No,
2 and grease, 8i92VtC,
CHITTIM BARK le per lb.
Fruits aa4 Teretahlea.
.t-i.i ardera. L. Kuvenakrs furni
ture factory. 0T Front et.
aLlen Lewis, commission and
produce merchants. Front and Davis
sts.. Portlsnd. Or.
Vh6LE8aLE CROCKERY AND
glass ware, Prael. Hegele A Co.' Port
THE OREGON" CHEE6- CA (IXCt
Cheese, butter, eggs, etc, dairy prod
Bpts bought or handled on commission.
12 tth st (SweUand bldg.). Portland,
LeWIS-STENGER BARBERS' 8UPPLY
Co., Barbers' Supplies, Barbers' Fur
niture, Barbara' Chairs. 10th & Morrison,
JLAMATH A COMING T:'
, DAIRYING BEQION
' .. ..... ,v' T-MMMM
' !- fgperlii PU patch to The JesmsLI .
Klamath Falls.. Or.. Julyao. State
Tairy Commlssionsr J. W. Bailey is at
Klamath Falls on a eemi-offlclal visit,
his first to this county, and he Is lm-
rressed with conditions here relative to
he dairy business. He says he con
siders conditions almost Ideal for the
' eatablfahment of, large dairy lnteresta.
He drove to Bonansa, In the valley be
low Klamath Falls, to vialt the Bonansa
creamery, the first to be established In
the county. For the first time Klamath
county creamery butter Is for sale -In
this city. Mr. Bailey will visit Crater
; Luke before returning to Portland.
BAKER CITY AUTO -V
r FIRM INCORPORATES
,';.t Vi , i V -j f
(SeeeUl IHepetrk to The Joernal.)
Sslem, Or., July 80: The following
Incorporations have tilled articles:
- .Queen City Automobile company. In
corporator J. W. Huff, H. L. Pattea,
O. I Fowler, George H. Foster, E. A.
Jlnff, main office Raker City, Oregon,
rapltal stock 16,000, object conduct
ing the bnslnees.of buying. - selling,
renting and repairing automobiles. -
The Buttei-ew orth-Btephenson com
pany, incorporators John w. Cook, A. L.
liuitersworth, H. . Beckwlth, main of
fire Portland, capital stock IIS.OOO, ob
1ect. rent estate, brokerage and general
contracting business. ,
Ir" nod Boy' Body Found.
( . '-I T(netcB IS To Joeial.)
DIVIDEND ON STEEL
IS DECLARED TODAY
New York. July 10. I-.t this
afternoon the directors of the
United States Steel company de-
elaredthe regular guarterlydlvl-
dend on both the common Bad-
preferred Issues. , " .
1 . .-Au linr amnked. lie
clear v'.l iv, uiiwi.J"-,
per lb; Union butts. 10 to 18 lbs. un-
smoksd. 10 per id; sroo-eu. ;-
clear belllea; unamoked. 11 Ho ':
1 . lh ahnuldera. I1U0
per lb; pickled tonguea. 0o each.
V LOCAL LARD Kettle leaf. OOo. llo
per lb; 6a, 1H40 per lb; iO-lb tins, 11H9
per lb; AeanT rendered. 10a. 1114o per
lb; 6a, 111c per lb; compound, lOs, 10c
FISH ROCK COO, T" per in iiuuii"-.-,
fo per lb; halibut. To per lb; striped
mqn, freah Columbia Chinook, .lie per
lb? iteelheada. lOo per lb; herrings. 6c
per lb; soles. 6c per lb; shrimps, lie per
lb; perch, 80 per lb; tomcod. To per lb;
lobsters, lie per lb; fresh mackerel, 80
per lb; crawfish, 15c per dos; sturgeon,
lJHc per lb; black bass, 20e 'per lb;
.llu,. .It, Te nar lh- shsd. to rjer lb:
black cod. THc per lb. 1 . . i
VIO!Ee onimHr K e
ion, 12.60; per 100-lb sack, 14 60; Olym-
rla, per gallon. 12.26; peril 16-lb sack.
4.6004.2?; Eable, canned. lOo can; $7.00
r'r.iuairAilidl nar to. . 11.40:
rasor clama, 2.00 per box; lOo per dos.
ralata, Goal on, no. .
Tr Tire Tntla ISVc' standard.
Uc; sisal, lie. . .
COAL OIL Pesrt or Astral Cases,
lHe per gal; water white. Iron bbla.
14o per gel; wooden, 1 To per gal: head
light. 170 deg.. cases. 11 He per gaL .
GASOLINE II deg.. caaaa, I4H0 per
gal; Iron bbls, 18c per gal. .
nv.ryrvei Jl a flu n r
oe.c ue, v u v , - "
gal; Iron bbls, llo per gaL
. TURPENTINE In esses, to per gal;
wooden bbls. 880 per gaL
WHITE LEAD Ton lots. T0 per
lb: 600-lb lota. So per lb: less lots. 8V0
nail -rrwaoi nu is
NEW YORK STOCKS
WONT HOLD RISE
Early Strength Give Wy to Weak-
nu Late in Day Steel MeeO
Ing la on Tod-F. :
F,,i.l . wash.. Juiy u. xne Doay
-f Ji: Fssleston, son of City Trea-
1 JKgieein, wee icuiia yee-
r il.e Monroe atreet bridge.
Ths bov fell Into the river
while attempting to Jump
1 1 ve ret wide. The body went
- 1 h falls sod was badly mang
n 1 ins on. the rocka below. It
k mhtrlpool ror six oays.
' IV '
f.t r t
I-1 f '
. (: , I
1 Bit (i
fornla' red. 82 per sack: New Wall
Walla, 81 6008.00 lb.; garlic. 80 per lb.
APPLES New, 81.00 1.76.
. FRESH FRUITS Oranges. tl.OOO
4.00; bananaa. 6c lb. t lemons. $.007.60
psr box; limes. Mexlcsn. 44.00 per 100;
pineapples, 8.268.00 dosen; grape fruit
13.25; cherrlea. 610e lb: peaches, 60c
02116; Crawfords (California). $1.60;
Oregon cantaloupes. $1. 604.60; rasp
berries, IL26; plums, $1 watermelons.
lHle; cultivated blackberries, 81.26
a orate; wild, 60 lb; crabapples, 60
76e psr box; Bartlett pears, 22.10 per
3 VEGETABLES Turnips, new, 10c
tl.00 sack; carrots. 76c 11.00 per sack;
beetaJ 1. 60 per sck. parsnlps.ll.00 .
11.26; cabbage. 12.00; tomatoea, Oregon,
60 80c; paranlps, 80c 81; was beans,
6c: green, la per lb.; cauliflower, $1.26
1.60 dosen; Teas, 6c; horseradish.' 80 lb.;
artichokes. 86c76o dosen: rhubarb. 8o
lb.; green onions, 26c per dozen; bell pep.
pers. lvVHTvs iwr id.; neaa lettuce,
1 ) dos. : cucumbers, hothouse. 20020c
dos; outdoor, 40 60s box; rsdlsh.es, 16c
dosen bunches; eggpisnt, .zs crate:
Sreen corn, . 100 aosen; eeiery.
. vroeenes, jruu, io. ,
SUGAR r Cube. $6.22 H: powdered,
$6.07H; berry, $5.$THi lry, granulated,
I6.87H; Star, 25.77H: conf. A. 8S.87H:
extra B, $5.$7H! Kolden C. IB.27H: D
yellow, $5.17 i beet granulated. $6.77Hi
barrels, 10c; half barrels, . 26o; boxes.
60c advance on sacs dssis.
(Above prices are.io oays osi casn
quotations.) " - , ,, ,
COFFEE Package brands, $16.11
SALT "-Coarse Half ground. 100s.
$12.60 per ton; 60s, $18.00; table, dairy.
60s. $17.60; 100s, $17.26; bales. $2.10;
Imported Liverpool, 60s, $20.i0; 100s,
$18.00: 224s, 118.00; extra fine, barrels.
!s,Hs snd 10s, $4.606.60; Liverpool
lump rock, $20 60 per ton; 60-lb rock,
$li.o; loos. $10.60. - 1
(Abovs prices apply to sales of less
than ear lota Car lots at special prices
subject te fluctuations.) -
RICE imperial japan, no. , cj .
1. iU.iao: New Orleaoa heal. (e;
AJsx. 6c: Creole. 614 c.
BANS Small white, $1.80; Urge
white. $3.26; pink. IJ.40; bayou. $1.10;
Limns, Sc; Mexican reaa, va.
NUTS Peanuta, Jumbo. lHo per lb:
Virginia. 7Hs per lb; roasted. JOe per
lot jSDanese, igittc: roHira. iwm
per lb; walnuta, California, 10c per lb;
pine nuts. 14 160 per lb: hickory nuts.
c per 10; israxii nuts, iso per iu; -
oeris, jo per lb; rsncy pecans, nvi
per id; almonds, ji II hc. -
Meats, risk and 2ro-lsloss. .
FRE8H MEATS Front street Hogs,
fancy, IHs per lb: lsrge, 7 80 per
lb; veal, extra, luetc per lb; ordinary,
8c per lh; poor, 67d per lb; mutton,
fancy to V,T jD
, HAMS BACON, ETC. Portland pack,
(local) hams, 10 to 11 lbs, 160 per lb;
Jto Ji lh' lsHe per lb; II to 20 lbs.
I6c: breakfast bseon. 16HHo per
lb; picnics, lists per lb; cottage rolLi
HHe per lb reruisr short clesrs, un
amoked, llo psr lb; smoked, He per lb;
New York, Jul. I-Th stock mar
ket started strong and mads some ad
vances early It sold, off later on liqui
dation by the same parties Who sold
yesterday and cloaed but . fractionally
changed either way.
The decline of Ho In the price of all
grades of copper on the Metal exchange
today caused some-selling pressure and
loss in Amalgamated sharea
The meetlns- of the directors of the
United States Steel company will be
held today and It is said mat ins state
ment for the second Quarter will show
an Increase in earnings of 11.260.000
over the previous high one ending June
, Steel shares were dull during the
dsy and closed : about yesterday's fig-
area I - -, "
: - omtan -aciilo Is Bullish.
Southern Pacific was the bullish stock
for the day, aalea being better and
sharea making a closing gain, of about
lVs points over Monday.
Official Nsw York prices by Overbeck
m cooae company:- .
A FIRL1ER TOfJE
AmaL Cop.. Co..
Amer. C. A F, o.
Amer. C Oil, 0.
Amer. Loco., ..
Amer. Sugar, o.
Amer. Smelt., 0.
do preferred -.
Anaconda M. Co.
Amer. W00L, o.
Atchison, com . .
B. A C, com...
do preferred .
Brook. R. Tran.
Can. Paclflo, e.
c a a. w.. e. .
C M. St. Paul
Chi. hw., o..
jCoL F. 4k I., a..
COL southern, e.
do 2d pfd...;.
do 1st pfd. .-. .
Del. A Hudson..
D 4V. Rio O.. c
do preferred .
do Id pfd....
do 1st pfd....
Great North., p.
I1L Central . . .,
Mex. Cent Ry.
1L K. T, ..
do preferred. .
Distillers . .....
National Lead. ..
N. Y. Central...
N. Y., O. W. . .
Noefoik A w., c.
do" preferred . . .
NorUwrao c. ..(Ill Hl$4
Pac Mall B. CO..
p. a rt. A C CO.
Reading,' e. ,. ...
do id prer. ....
do 1st pfd..
I. A 8.,
Reo. I. A 8.. e.
Rock Islsnd, o. .
S. L. A S. F. Id p.
ao 1st pra...
South. Pac, o. .
do Href erred.
Southern Ry., o.,l 1H
1 ao prererrea..!
Texas A Pacific. I0H
T.. S. L- A W., c 284
Union Pac. e...
. do preferred'.
V. S. Rubber,
do preferred . .
TT. 8. Steel Co., e.
Wabash, c.v. . ..
W. U. Telegraph.
Wis. C. e
do preferred . .
Call money closed 1 per cent . .
Total sales for day. 416.100 shares.
New York Cotton Market.
; ! Open.
April J ..
..1204 1104 1101
. . ,
Nov. . . .
. 1141 1148
Lack of ArriYals Adds to
Strength But Values
Do Not MoVe. .
ran -R-m Xa asat
Ztxamlnatloa of the wheat
fields of Oregon and Washtngtoa ,
during the past week show fall-
' sown grain to be In much the
' beat condition. In many In-
' stances spring wheat la Buffering .
from, . the lack of " moisture.
While the harvest , is over In
many places la the eastern por-
tlon of the two states, it will
be fully a week, before opera-
. tlona will be general.1 ; ,
' CHICAGO WHEAT VALUES.
July 10. July II. Gain. 1801.
July.......$ ,HUB .80H H I -78H
-epu. ..... .r 1 .wtna
Dec-....,V .lH B
May....... 1.01 .1.00
Chicago, : July 80. Chicago wheat
trade started - bull I eh ' today, notwith
standing ths fact that -Liverpool cables
cams llHd off at the start and mads
but little Improvement during the dsy.
Ths Chicago session waa rather dull,
but what little business sppeared waa
of bullish nature. Bradatreets report
of the grain visible eupply showing a
small loas was a alight nelp toward
maintaining prices. ...
Ths report shows: WheetT Best of
Rockies. Increased 1.160,000 bushels;
Canada, decreased .. 1,167,000 bushels;
Europe and afloat, decreased 800.000
bushels; world's decrease, 807,000 bush
sla . Corn Decreased 1,261.000 bushels.
Oats Decreased 1,188.000 buehela "
Official Chicago prloes by Overbeck,
Starr A Cooke company:
' v WHBAT.
Open. High. Low. ' Close
Portland Bank Statement.
Clearings today .....,....$ B7,T10.J5
de ysar ago ............ $61,121.17
Oain today ...i. 106.781.8$
Balances today ........... 78,618.8
do year ago , 161.668.14
' 1 l.;
Foreign Exchange Rates.
New York. July $0. Exchange selling
rates: "Starling, demand, 47.$0; 80
days Slsht. 48. 0: cablss. 487.76; Psrls.
61414, plus, 1-16; BerUn. IIH. plus 1-1$.
Portland TTnlon Stockvarda July 10.
Hogs. Cattle. - Sheep.
Today. ,', 16 , ...
Week ago 16 , v 400
Year ago...,..! ... $14 100
Prevloua year ' $6 " 188
A peep at the smauness or nog ar
rivals of the early past will reveal with
out much search the exact reason why
ths local hog market Is so firm at $6.60
for top stuff. '
Weather conditions at this time are
against hog shipments even for a small
distance outslds of this city. It Is
practically out of reason for packers
to bring eastern hogs Into the Paclflo
coaat markets. The small supplies
have therefore .left tbem with
out the usual light requirements for
this time of year. ' '
A feature of special Interest In the
hog market st this time Is ths fact
that no arrival a ware shown in ths local
yards slthsr for today, last v Tuesday, a
year'-ago, or two years ago todajr.
Oattas Are Just Steady. ,
At the recent drop of 160 In cattle
prices ths local market la quite able at
this time to hold Ua own and for ape
elally selected top stuff a fractional
advance over - $1.74 la sometimes ob
tained. Today'a cattle arrivals amounted to
160 head as . against 160 head a week
ago, 184 head a year ago, and. 16 head
this same Tuesday two years ago. A
year ago today cattle demand was just
fair with values holding. v
IT truer Tone 1a Sheep.
A - firmer tone Is ' avsry whsrs shown
In ths sheep market and local condi
tions are well In line. There were no
arrivals today and this had a stimulat
ing effect upon values but no ehangss
were shown. Receipts a week ago were
400 bead as against 800 head a year
ago and 186 head two years ago today.
A year ago sheep values were firm
Hogs Best eastern' Oregon. $4 60;
stocker and feeders. $$.00 6.16; China
fat, $6.866.60. f
- Cattle Best eastern Oregon steer.
$$.76; best cows and heifers. $2.76
$.00; bulls. $2.00.
Sheep Wethers. $4.00 $4.26; lambs.
$4.76 6.00. : ' . ;,
EASTERN MARKETS HOLLX-
Hogs, rjattle and Sheep Are Steady
In Oilcaco. ,
Chicago,' July $0. Official receipts:
. ' . Hogs. CatUe. Sheep.
Chicago . 14,000 1,00 10,000
Kansas City .. w. 18,000-11,000 6,00
Omaha . 10,000 6.000 $.600
Hogs left over, 4.100; receipts a year
ago, 17,000; mixed, $.108.80; heavy,
26.104.40; rough. ,$6.76l.06i light,
$8.i0.0. , ! - ! i
CatUs Steady, , -: ; . ' 'j ' ;.
Sheep Steady. ' ; . '
NEVADA MIXPfQ STOCKS: '
Bid Prices Current Todajr on the San
' Franclaco ' Exchange, ' .
San Francisco, July $0. Official bid
GOLDFIELD8 DISTRICT. I
Sandstorm 40c, Red Top $4.10, Mo
hawk $16.87HA. Columbia Mt B7o A,
Jumbo $4, Jumbo Ext,. 1 1.71 H. .Vernal
6c, Pennsylvania to A, Kendall lOo A,
Booth 48c, Blue Bull tie, Adams llo,
Bllver Pick 0o. May Queen 10c, Nevada
Boy 80, B. B. Ext. 80, Blue Bell 10,
Dixie 60, G. Columbia 16c. Hlbernla o.
St. Ives lOo, Conqueror llo. Blk. Rock
4o, Lons Star 18c G. Wonder 2c Pot
latch 6cA, Oro 22c, Kendall Ext. Ic.
Sandst Ext. 4 a, Msyne 7a, Atlanta 68c,
Great Bend Tic, Slmerone 18c, Empire
lOeA, Red Top Ext. 12a, Florence $6.16,
Dlam'f B. B. Con. 18c O. Dalay Jl.86,
Laguna 11.60, Commonwealth 20c, Comb.
Fract. $2. Or. Band Ext, 14c Or. Bend
Anx. 8c MHlstorm 40o A, B. B. Bonansa
o. Kewanos 46c, Esmeralda So, Port
lend 20c Cracker Jack 18c Francis Mo
hawk $1.16, Red Hill 68c Mohawk Ext.
C Lou Dillon c Y. Tiger 20c Grandma
14c, 8. Pick Ext. 4c Y. Rose 0, CoL
ML Ext o, Ooldf. Cons. $7.60. .
" Ophlr ItTWexlean 6d, Qould A Curry I
110. con. Virginia aio, sann J.
r.i a Vnivim.. Kin. Tallow Jacket 0c
1 BULLFROG DISTRICT.
Original 70." Bullf. M. C. lie Mont
Bullf. 4c Nat Bank 210, L. Harris 2c,
Amethyst lc. Gold Bar lie Stein way
Cc Denver But Anx. 80, Bonnie Clare
6O0A. Mayfld. Cons. 18c Montr Ohio
Ext. Tb. G. Scepter c Monty. Mt 14c
B. Daisy 10c A, HomesUke Cons. 9c
Yankee Girl loA, Nugget 4o, Tramp
Cons. 41c Viator 10a A, North BUr loA.
Ton. Nov. llo, Mont Ton. $1.1$ A,
Ton. Ext $1.46, MscNamara llo. Mid
way 90c Ton. Belmont 83.80, Ton. NO.
Star 22c, Ohio Ton Ic. West End Cons.
7 Sc. Rescue 14c Ton. A Calif. 7c A. Gol
den Anchor 14c Jim Butler $1. Ton.
Caah Boy 6ft Ton. Home 6 Boat . Ton.
100 A. Monarch. Pitts. Ex. 7c Mont Mld-
Kxt o, uoiasn wrown ac
Manh. Con a 60c A, Manh. ,M. Co. (c
G.- Wedge 6c Sevier Hump c Dexter
15c, I Joe lo,-Crescent 60 A, Combina
tion 2o, Granny 14o, Mustang 22c, Little
Grsv SOoA. Cowboy . 60 A. Qrlg. Manh.
9c Broncho 7c Jump. Jack lo, Plnenut
60, Buiroio 10, b. fog iso. x. uorse 40,
lndisn camp 70.
- '. ; VARIOUS DISTRICTS.
Fairy. Silver King 16c A, Fat rv. Eagle
C Nevada Hills $8.26 A, No. Star
Wonder 6c. Eagle's Neet 20o A, Ruby
wonder zoo a. Alice or wonaer so A.
Plttsourg Oliver .rees si.iw. j
PEACH CE0P UNUSUAL
IN LEWISTON COUNTRY
. 1 il IV
(BnecUl Dlspstch to The 7osnuL)
Lewiston, Idaho, -July 10. Lswlston's
eron of peaches will this ysar exceed
the yield of any previous season. Early
in tns year 11 was reponea ail 01 ne
orchard a were nipped by the frost and
that the yield this year would be very
small, ... 1
Ths crop In but one, section of the
Lewiston country waa damaged by the
frost thst being Vlneland, serosa the
Snaks river.-. Here some damage was
done to the pesch crop, and yet ths
orchard men hsvs shipped this season
between ,000 and 4M00 boxes of
The crop of apples, pears, plums and
apricots at Vlneland was net affected
hv the frost snd ths trees ars now over
burdened with ripening fruit Above
snd below Vlneland on the Snaks river
the .. orchards passed throuxht ths
L frosty nlgnis succsssfully. The peach
Crop ts unusually neavy ana or par
ticularly nign quality, in taci. ma an
tlrs fruit crop of the Lewiston country
this year will exceed by II per cent that
of ths best preceding yeer.
The market for peaches ' hag - bsen
strong, the fruit being sold far ahead,
and Indications ars that other kinds of
fruit wlllj sell aa readily. . t ; .
. New, York-London Silver.
New York, July $0. Bar allrer Hi
London, II 16-10.
F.LL WHEAT IS
filUCII THE BEST
Spring Grain Sown Too Late
to Secure Benefits of
V Moisture, v
July H 90
Sept 9IH 914
Deo M tti
May ........ 100 H 1001
-"-:, CORN. -
lis 6114 iltt I1H
' OATS. - '. r
, , MESS PORK. - ,
July ......... 141 141 141 " 141 '
Sept -.r,.m.l4 - 146 140- 166- i-
- T.ARI .
Sept ...J1.., 911 , 118 7 911 91$
Oct ......,21 ... 980 917 910 , .
Jan. 868 867 III III B
- v.'- .. SHORT RIBS. ' - .
86 . 6 . Kl ttt
800 600 797. $00..
Jan, i. ..... .
-IaTerpool Grain Market, '
; -Jveioo JulvlO Of flolal prices:
" :' .' Open. Close. July 19. Loss.
July ....7s ladTi 1M 7s 1-d Ud
Sept ...7s IHd 7s $Hd 7s I d Hd
uec ,...s a is 4a 7S.5a Hd
Sept ....4slOJ4d4slOHd 4slOH Hd
Bt.l4nls musat ' Market,"'1
8t Louis, July 10 --September wheat,
- I-rerpooI Cotton Market, ,
Liverpool, July 10. Cotton futures
closed 1 ft to lis points lowsr. ,
United States Government Bonds.
Tork, " July 10. Government
Twos, registered .101
do coupon ......,,..106
Threes, registered, .....101
do coupon ......... .108
Threes, small bonds ..107
Fours, registered, new.. 117
do coupon ,.......,,.111
Twos, Panama 104
Dia Columbia, 1.66s r... 118
Philippine Fours ,..,..101
ITS OWN CANNERY
Ten Thousand Dollars to Be Raised
bjr Sale Of . Stock Existing
' Small riant to Be Bought
(Seeds! DtoMteta ts The leanuLt
Lebanon, Or, Joly 10. At a publlo
meeting held In the opera house Is was
decided that Lebanon should build a
large fruit and vegetable cannerv. The
Initiative . step In this . direction .. waa
taken by the Crowfoot grange a- few
weeks- ago " when it , appointed a com
mittee to see now much rrult and vege
tables could bo secured for this pur
pose. This committee met with great
encouragement and reported to ths loaal
development league, the president of
which called this meeting.
C. A. Maeboenf, district - freight
agent of the Southern Paclflo at Port
land, was the principal speaker of the
venlng. M. A. Miller and several others
It waa publicly announced that there
was a man present that would put up
such a cannery as was wanted, if ths
people would give him their support
but after discussing tha matter It was
decided to make It a Joint stock com
pany ana get aa many aa poaaibia tn
t treated In tha movamanC
A committee consisting of Attorney
fa.l V .1.-4 W A afltlam SI iA
sTTia-iiiuva se uai ssaiiva, jaas sal u iitvi . V
Wattera, O. D. Harris and H. C. Mc
Tlmonds wss sppolnted to form plana
ana go a neaa witn tne movement. This
committee met and decided to organise
with a $10,000 capital stock and to sell
sharea at $10 each. The committee Is
ranldlr selling the stock.
C FV Watters. a farmsr who lives
two miles north of Lebanon, has run
a small cannery for several ysars and
has made a success of it. The plans
seem to be for the new Company to take
thle small cannery and Increase Its
capacity many times, to movs ths plant
Into Lebanon and build a large bntldlng
near the railroad, where the bualneas
will be operated. It Is believed such
a plant would par big from the begin
ning- .... .. . : - -
: ESCAPED CONVICT
. oBlse. Ida, July $0. Charles Peter
son, a convict who escaped . from the
penitentiary last Thursday, has been
captured near Gsrden I Valley by Arch
G roomer, a former gusrd at that Insti
tution. G roomer recognised the pris
oner snd Immediately took charge of
him. Peterson told his csptor that he
had been let Out on parole. Groomer
did not believe the convict's story, com
municated with the ahertff of Bolae
kcounty and learned that Peterson had
sscaped. tie viu pe prougni pacs at
nee. - I
AS DIRT THIEF
City Street . Cleaning ; Fore
man Charged With Selling
Earth for Private Fills.
Forman EL F. Jenkins of the4 city
street oleanlng department ts the offi
cial head against whom charges of sel
ling city dirt for private fills have been
made, hla Identity being disclosed at
the meeting of the street oleanlng com
mittee of the executive board yesterday
afternoon. The offenae alleged oonslst
sd of selling dirt waahed down Union
avenue by last winter's storm waters
topropsrty ownsrs along that street
The oharge Is emphatically denied by
the foreman, who asserts that It is
spltswork' on ths part of subordinates
In ths department August 6 hss been
set sslde aa the time for tha hearing.
Jenkins is also acoused of a minor of
fenae. that of breaking a horse while he
wss supposed to be giving his time to
the city and later quartering the horse
at the olty barn at tha city's expense.
, The accused official states that h
can refute any charge brought agslnat
him. It Is said that the ohargea were
filed by several of the subordinates, but
as they were not written the names of
the complainants are not known, la or
der that the charges may be prepared
In proper form and filed with the board
the hearing has ; been continued until
Thursday. August 8. , -
Charges have also been filed against
Park Superintendent Monteith by
Charles Paaalg, a discharged employe of
the park board. The ohargea, which are
not made public will be heard at the
meeting of the board Friday morning.
C. L. Burr Desires to Play
Twenty Games for Cham
pionship With Mr. Berg. T
J. Wark called at The Journal office
today and deposited $11 as a guarantee
of good faith In a challenge lssusd by
C L. Burr to F. K. Berg to play a
series of 10 games of checkers for de
ehamplonsuip 'of ths Paclflo boast
which Burr alleges Berg lays claim to.
The challenge Is for a purse of 86S"r
more; Burr placing no limit upon the
amount, ha is willing to rtsk pa .the
game. Burr's defy follows: 1 '
"I note what F. B. Berg, of Portland,
says In ths Chicago Inter Ocean regard
ing the playing of a matoh at checkers
and hereby challenge him to a bout of
10 games for a stake of $104 and mors
Mr. Hers- is nosing as tha champion
of ths Paclflo coast and If he wlshss to
defend the honor . let him meet me
across ths board for any stake he may
choose to name above $60. I will play
on the following conditions:
, "Each man to select live openings
and each to - play both sides of such
openings selected. I will also play ths
two-move restriction. WUl play lp
some private room In Portland begin
ning August 16, and will play four or
six games sack day, continuously re
gardless of sickness or accident antil
the entire number of games are An
lsned. Play to be under the standard
laws of tha game as laid down In Lee's
guide. . " V .
"To substantiate my challenge and In
accordance with Mr. Berg's proposal
in ths Inter Ocean, I herewith deposit
521 with the sporting editor of The
ournal as an evidence of good faith.
Bald sum must be covered In 14 days
from date of publication of this chal
lenge or I shall conclude that Mr. Berg
does not want to play and that hla talk
la mere bluff.'
Mr. Burr Is from Forest, Washington,
and formerly resided In Portland.
E0CKPILE PRISONERS r
VERY QUIET TODAY
Tha prisoners at -Kelly butte, where
aa attempt waa made' Sunday night to
wreck the jail" with dynamite and
escape, as related excluslvsly In The
Journal yssterday afternoon, are quiet
today and are working- industriously
breaking rock and feeding It into the
It 1 believed that oniy.a jew. 01 tne
64 prisoners at the rockplle, aside from
those In the dungeon, knew that the
dynamite was going to be used. The
prisoners In the dungeon will be kept
there for a considerable time on bread
and wster. One of the men who wss
placed In the dungeon after the dyna
mite was exploded, H. Spauldlng, was
released last night ths prison guards
having been eonvlced that he was not
a party to tha daring attempt to escape.
TARIFF EXPERTS ARE
SOUGHT BY. SERVICE
a jjoanMi- gpeelsl Serrlte.)
Washington, July 10. In pursuanoe
of - the policy -of -developing experts in
the service of the state department aa
examination Is being held today the
civil - service commission of candi
dates for appointment to tha bureau of
foreign trade relations, The examina
tion Is expected to attraot some capable
college graduates who are desirous of
making a career in that partloular Una
The successful candidates will be edu
cated and developed ts experts lis deal
ing with international tariff questions,
which have come to.be ons of ths most
important subjects In recent years re
quiring attention at the bands of the
state department ..
, A J WALLA WALLA
: iSssHat Mspatea te At IsersaLl '
Walla Walla, Waah., July 80. Offi
cers elected at the city election July I
qualified yeeterday and assumsd office
at noon today. Michael Davla suooeeds
Jerry Brown as chief of police, and
Oscar Cain succssds H. S. Bland ford as
city attorney. A big shake-up of ths
police department is expected tonight
when Chief Davis flies with the oouncll
his list of sppointmsnts. Patrolman
Wolff, who fought Davis la the pri
msries, filed his resignation today In
anticipation of being beheaded. Hs will
take charge of the city fish hatchery.
A number of patrolmen who fought Da
vis will probably be dropped from the
force. , . 1 '
KNELL OF GAMBLING '
SOUNDS AT KLAMATH
' (Special Mnpetch te The JaaraaL)
Klamath Falla. Or., July lo. The
edict has gons forth from Mayor B. St
George Bishop of Klamath Falla that
all gambling within ths corporate lim
its must ceaa. The police have beed
authorised to enforce the order, which
Includes sll kinds of gambling. Includ
ing slot machines. Ths tlms has corns
when Klamath Falls Is no longer a fron
tier town and ths conservative slsment
will not stand for ths town being wlds
open, hence the mayor's order la receiv
ing the hearty approval of the best cltl
ena. . , . "
. . poke)
. 8L BJeeator ....Sept. A Oct T
S. rreelet , .pt. gg -
' ' sV B. AXJLSXA BOVTE . " '
- galling Fro at Seattle. , .
sxagwe, mtkm, Faxteaa and way pasta.
ailing . as.
X. S. B. Oos's Kamaodl
iy ss, Aag. v js aa
OiW ef Seattle. . Jnly Aug. t, IS. SO
Cottage CAty. yia itka?...!T:.7..T:.
Jaly at, Aug. ij, at
uaw rnAMazMoo moxm. " '
Salliag 9 a. a. Frose sastle.
Fisaldsul .Jul aa
aata os July
oaosuk v Jaly gg
City tmoe, te waaktagsem St.
Colombia CIvcr Ocencry;
UQ-XATOB ZXira wiill .
Dally aarvlas ketwssa Partlsad aad ths
DaUaa, eseept Seeder, bertag Pert sd el
I a s- arrivhig abeet S . s, eerrytaa ,
freight ssd pemasera. 8plesM TTTt--aJ
Uoos tor eetflis end U-srtech.
rMek tao8 Aider st- rerUssdi Isel ml
Coert st. The Del We. pheaa Mala aia renUaZ
sTOBTm FAOXFZO BTMAMMMXr OCV
tad CEO. W. ELD
Salt for Jreka, Saa Francisco aad Las'
Angel' dlreot every Thursday at I p. m,"
'1 Icket efllce lit Third, near Aides,
Phcnes M. lilt H. TOUNO. Agent
ATrarnrr il. . 101
Chlcage aad retara, ITLIS.
-St Louis and return, $IT.IS. '
St Paul, Minneapolis. Duluth, ' ape
rl or, Winnipeg and Fort Arthur and re -turn,
5-TKAIN5 DAILY 5
For tickets, aleeplng ear reserve tlc a
and additions! "Information, call aa er
addreaa H-DIOCflON. CP. T. A. - -
' US TMXM9 FT- FOmX-wUTS, OS. !
Telephoneet Mala 110. - Home A,-1118.
Ho! For Astoria
Dally (except Thursdays), leaves Aides
street 'dock 1 a. nv -
. , Son days a. so. fl roaad trip. ., .
"J. Faosra mai sea. "
Colnobla . Slver Thronsb Use
Steamers of ths "OPEN RIYER- line
leave OAK STREET DOCK every Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday 'at FIVB
O'CLOCK A, Ml. for all points between -Portland.-
The Dalles and Umatilla.
Lieave early and see all the river. Ar
rive early. Low retea. Prompt servica.
Telephone Main 1101. Home A16I7.
s s wa
Bea'Mde s are srsdr ef
aad la that stsdy Sleeeeered ead Is
ie me w ria wneei mi reesia
EBOPBT. P01S0MS OB BSUOi VSVSm
CVBEI VlTHOOT OrUlTIO. Oh -
WITHOUT TH1 AID Of A XJf UTX.
He gsaraateea to care Cetarrk. Aetks.
lees. Tbn at. Kbeasiatlea .Nervoereeee,
Huns- DetoHttr StesieHk, rVhmr. KMaer
Teesbleei alee Lest Meeboae. ge-aW week.
assa ssd All Privets IMaaeeM. - -L- -
A SURE CANCER CURE
Jsal kesslted Fiaas Feklar. OkbM Sere, tm
aad BelleVW -IP
zoo Ann AITLTCTSD, POWT Biut
DEL TS A KB DAJfQKBOUs.
If yes eeaaot eaU, writs far ayavtaai Me eg
ssd sartauw. lack-e 4 seats la slaws
, six wo okhiii ttxvt
MS)t sua St, Oes,
rartlaaa, O oa,
Flasss Mae ties Tela Pasis.
SUFFEE FEOM DBOUGIIT
Josssl Ipedsl tstvtsa)
4 Kingston, Jamaica, July 19. Central ;
districts In this island ara ,auf faring
from a Severe drought and ths outlook .
for the banana crop la not bright It .
Is said the drought is causing a greater
loss than the earthquake In January,
and a severe famine Is reported in some ,
districts of St Elisabeth's parish, Six
dsaths from starvation havs occurred,
A sll ght earthquake . shook - the . Island -
Sunday, but no damage waa done. .
THINKS . DAUGHTER DID
v NOT KILL HEKSELI!
Vf.' '.' , ' 1 -..i-
1 (Jneraal Special Servtea)
Kansas City, Mo., July 10. Mrs. Jen
nle Mathews, mother of Laura Matth
vi. who wss found dead at Colorado
Springs, left this morning for Chicago, ;
Shs says aha does not believe he
daughter Intended to commit suicide,, .. v
. - Lawson Bajs Smelter.
.- '. (Jaanial Special gervles.)
- Prssoott Aria, July 10. Thomas -Lawson
of Boston now owns ths Hum
boldt smelter near prssoott having se
cured possession on July I of sll but .- .
000 sharea of the capital stock of the
Consolidated - Smelter company. Mr.
Lawson sdmtttsd that ' the deal was
cloaed, but would not divulge his plans
nor his sssoclatea, who are said to be
the Standard OH orowd. ,
Major tlantlnffton Dead.
' ' (loan il Speelal Be rlet.)
Parts, Jul 80. Major Hsnry A. Hunt.
ington aiea last nignt. snoniyrtev .
his son Henry, who Bhot his mwH I
sister snd brother Sunday at ths dylrC,J
man's bsdslda made an unsuccessful st
tsmpt to commit sulolda . ., , i
III Wsshlngton Is tha center of In
terest for man today. ,
Main springs, $1, Mstsgera, 141 Wash
Ington street- , ,