The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, August 07, 1907, Page 14, Image 14

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    AUGUST ? 7, 1807.
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Btrl paving, aiflcwaiaa u croes-
In as. 114 liUmbor EHinr,
' f TEA barber AApHALTPAvfNO cd.
K . of rrt1""1- fflc " Worcester blfc.
Room 43, Raleigh Bldg.
t vnti are In the market for ft type
writer, the new Model No. E, Oliver
before Paying.
"Everywhere the - Same Complaint Is
Being Made of the Salmon Run the
Present Season Kecords Broken.
' brush, soap. $1 Pr month. Portland
Laundry Towel Supply Co., fth ana
Couch sta Phone 410.
v. rhease. butter. m, etc, dairy prod-
nnta houxht or handled on commission.
Ill Jth at (Swetland bldg.), Portland.
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tvrwninn A
nd commission merchants, 140 Front
at. Portland, or. r-nons jwsin n.
turtng Co. Manufacturer of furni
ture for the trade. Portland, Or.
Wadham CO.. Wholesale gro-
cera. manufacturers and commlaalon
merchfl-t 4th and Oak eta.
special order. L. Ruvensky's furni
ture factory. 307 Front at.
produce merchants. Front and 'Davis
sts. Portland. Or. .
glassware. Prael, Heckle A Co.. Port-
land. Or. -
CO., wsmere supplies, carriers r ur-
Btture. Barber Chairs, lath Morrmon.
Supplies 30 Per Cent Short in
the East Ideal Value
Advanced Daily.
Today's market features:
Cheese market advances aharply.
All city creamery at high price.
Fish famine Is pronounced.
Egg market has steadier tone.
Front street butter at 30c.
Tomato market has better tone.
Chlttlm bsrk showing advance.
Fancy peaches sell high.
.All dressed meats are wanted.
Cantaloupes aell at express charges.
Alaska 1907
8. S.
Spokane. Aug.
f i i
f . -
a. 8. Senator Oct. 7
B. ft, Fraldnt Pt. 38
s. a. axasxa botjts.
galling rrom Seattle.
Ciarw;. Sitka, Jnaeau and way porta.
Balling t p. as.
' XL S. S. Co.'s Humboldt. . .Aug. 1, 18, 82
City of Seattle. Aug. 3, IS, 30
Cottage City, Tift Sitka Aug. 13, 89
sav roAir Cisco boutb.
a. m. rrom Seattle.
President Aug. 4, 18
. B. S. VmatUl Aug. 8, 33
Sonoma Aug. 13, 88
City Office, 848 Washington St.
Jamestown Exposition
Atxatnnr 8.
8, 10 1 BEPTB1
18, 13.
IEB 11,
S." Chicago and return. IT 1.60.
r St Louis and return, 167.80.
1 St Paul, Minneapolis, Duluth, Supa-
rlor, Winnipeg and Port Arthur and re-
3. fturn, qv.
' 1 For tickets, sleeping car reservations
i ftnd additional Information, call on or
ftaaress ti. uickbuis, c v. i. a.
Telephones: Main
680. Home A-Z2S4
Weekly Freight and PaaaengeT
Serrlce of the Pine Steamship
Xaarefl POBTXiABrs erery Monday, 8MK)
p. m, zrom oax-rtreet bock, jot
, Freight -Jlecelved Till 4 p. m. on Day
of sauing.
P AM Prom Portland, lat-olasa,
810.00; ad-claaa, $7.00, Including berth
nna mnu.
' Inquire City, Ticket Office. Third and
-.wasninaron sis., or uastreei i.ock.
Ho! For Astoria
Dally (except Thursdays). Leaves Aldei
.tree? dock 7 a. m.
Sundays s a. m. $1 round trip.
phobe uaim oes.
Columbia River Scenery
Dalljr Krrtce between Portlaod end Tie
pallea, except 8andr. leering Portland tt
'a, m, irrlTlnjt ihoot S p. earryhik!
ifrelcbt eod paieenKert. Splendid aeeomaioda
itloo for ootflti and llreetock.
. Dock foot of Alder it.. Fortland; foot f
Coort t, 'fbe Dalle. I'bon Main Ul. Portlaed.
Steamships ROANOKE
Ben tor "ureka, San Francisco and Los
Angel' . direct every Thursday at 8 p. m.
tick-: ofllce 132 Third, near Alder,
v Pomes M. 1311- IL YOUNG. Agent.
Sculptor at Work In Jail.
S The Italian sculptor, Q. Cisarlello,
mho has been In prison at Naples for
(tha last eighteen months, has recently
been allowed to practice his art In tha
prison. The Idea was suggested to him
tP - postal card sent to him by a friend,
with a portrait of the Crown Prince of
I (Italy on It.
I He sketched a group showing the king
3 land oueen and the bov and made appli
cation for modelling clay and tools and
Ixor permission to have a child of 3
, years to visit him (rally to serve as a
.model for Prince Humbert. The tools
.and clay were furnished, but the child
J 'model was refused.
i Cisarlello went on "with the work and
, lie baa Just finished it Fellow pris
oner occasionally posed for the adult
jflgurea, but he had no material for the
child except the postal Card,
t Notwithstanding this, the work Is
' ald to have merit The government
lias ordered -the model to be cast in
' bronse and the finished work Is to be
aet un In front of tha prison.
CI sariello'8 trial is expected to begin
nest monta. ..
rollowlnl tha trllre of 500 Italian
trackmen on tho New York Central rail
way a movement ha been started to
rganlse tb 00,000 or more Italian rail
way employes all over the United States
mA bring about a higher scale of wages.
Cheese Market is Sensational.
A most sensational tone is shown In
the cheese market all over tho I'liltd
States at this time. In this market
the price Is advanced another Ho a
pound, moat sales of flats being made
at 17c a pound. In a few lnHtancei
some dealers are still selling flats at
14 He but all will likely put the price
to 17o flat tomorrow morning. This
condition In the cheese market at this
time of year is most wonderful. The
condition Is not local, for everywhere
cheese values are breaking all previous
records for their highness for this
period of year. According to T. 8.
Townsend of the Townsend rreamery of
this city, who has Just returned rrora
an extensive trln throughout the east.
supplies of cheese held there are fully
SO per cent short of the normal stock,
and prices are advancing almost every
day. While in the east Mr. Townsend
saya that a decline of le a pound was
shown In the Elgin market one day, but
the demand on this account became so
heavy that the price not only regained
the loat value, but advanced over the
former figure.
Tillamook Supplies Are Vary Small.
Cheese supplies at Tillamook are said
to be the smallest ever noted there at
this time of the year for many scaaons,
and this in a measure accounts for the
many recent advances in the price there
The greater northern demand at this
time is also aiding the advance here,
but one of the principal causes of the
higher prices Is the fact that but little
cheese has been purchased by local par
ties because of the enormous values
Practically all sales of city croam
ery butter were made today at 32 He a
pound, the figure quoted by the recent
advance. One or two creameries sold
some of their old customers at the old
range, but all will charge the nigner
price tomorrow morning. The Improved
tone Is likewise shown along Front
street, and the best product there
brings 30c today.
Igg Market is Steadier.
A steadier tone Is shown today in the
local egg market. While a considerable
number of bad eggs continue to come to
market the general run of supplies Is
of better quality. Price unchanged as
Poultry market, while not overfirm. Is
steadier than durlnr the orevlous week.
and supplies are all moved off at the
values quoted Dy in journal.
Oantalonnea Sell at Iiow PUruras.
Very low figures were named again
in the cantaloupe market during the
past 24 hours. Some sales of quite
good fruit were made as low as $1.50 a
crate, and It la stated that the railroads
have been offering Jobbers cants
as low as 31 a crate. The express
charges alone amount to 90c a crate,
and the crate Itself cost 16c each
Where the California grower gets off Is
not fully exulalned. Dalles cants
are arriving In better shape and values
range from 32 to 32.60 a cratu ror Dest
Tomato market Is acting better to
day. Supplies are of Improved quality
on account of the cooler weather, and
shipments are now holding up well.
Price advanced somewhat.
Fanrv neaches are selling higher.
Some from The Dalles sold this morn
ing as high as $1.36 a box. but this was
received but for one snippers supplies
The higher priced stocks were not even
urawrorfls. crawroras are ranging db
tween 31 and 31.26 a box.
Potato market Is firmer, owing to
the smaller supplies, some selling as
high as 31-36.
Chlttlm Bark Is Advanced.
Owing to the very light peel In both
Oregon and Washington this year on
account of the scarcity of labor, the
Srlce of chlttlm bark Is advancing, and
ealers are freely offering 6c a pound
this morning.
All lines of dressed meats continue
firm In tone with prices at the top.
Famine in Halmon trade more pro
nounced. No arrivals coming from any
direction at this time.
Watermelon trade Is very heavy, with
price at 31.50 for best.
Peppers from The Dalles are In larger
supply, but the price holds well at 10
12c a pound.
Front street prices roaay:
Grain, Plonr and Peed.
GRAIN BAGS Calcutta, 9c, largo
lots: small lots, 9V4.
WHEAT New CIUD, (ilgzc; rM
Russian. 80(fJ)81c; bluestem. 84S5c
vnllev l(fJR2c.
UOliN wnoie, zs.uu; cracnea
Der ton.
BAKLiEY New feea, zi.uu(fli zz.uu
per ton; rolled, 328.0024.00; brewing,
BTB $1.66 per cwt.
OATS New Producers' price No. 1
white, $28.00 per ton; gray, 327.00.
FLOUR Eastern Oregon patents.
$4.80; straights, $4.25; export, 34.00;
vallev. 34.3004.40: graham, 'is. $175:
whole wheat, $4.00; rye, 60s. 35.60; bales.
MILLSTUFF8 uran, iiy.oo per ton;
middlings. 325.00: shorts, country, 320;
city, $18.00; chop $16.00$21.00.
HAY - Producers price iimotny,
Willamette valley, fancy, $1.0017.00;
ordinary, $1 2.00 14.00; eastern Oregon,
$18; mixed, $1010.60; clover, $7.608;
grain, $810; cheat, $8.6010.60.
Batter, Eggs and Poultry.
BUTTER FAT F. o. b. Portland
Sweet cream, 81c; sour, 29c.
BUTTER City creamery. 32Hc; sec
onds, 30c; outside fancy. 30c; seconds,
27c; store, Oregon, 1819c.
EGGS Extra fancy, candled, 22c;
good candled, 21c.
c-tEESE New Full cream, flats,
16 M 17c per lb; Young Americans,
17HtfU8c per lb.
POULTKV Mixea cmcxens, izc;
fancv hens. 13c lb; roosters, old.
10c lb; fryers. 1416o lb; broilers, 14itf
lRc lh: old ducks. 11c lb: goring ducks.
12c lb; geese, old. 8$10c lb; spring geese
lZViWl-io per id; luraeys, iiigmc id;
for old; squabs, $2.50 per dozen; pigeons,
$1.26 .per dozen. Dressed poultry, 1
1 .c per lb. higher.
Bops, Wool and Bides.
HOPS lt06 crop Prime to choice,
5$; 6c; medium to prime, 5c; contracts,
1807 crop, 9e.
WOOL 1907 clip Valley. 20 21c
imn MinifT
nuu I
"Hens and springs have been
coming In more freely of late,
but demand has been very good
and prices have been well main
tained. Oeese are very dull,
there being practically no call t
this time.
"Fancy-fat veal continue In
firm request, and the trade could
use a great deal more than Is be
ing received. The same U true
as to medium-sized hogs.
"Eggs seem to be holding
about steady at prices quoted by
The Journal, city demand being
the only call." -Frank Temple
ton of Templeton Graham.
inlime i io
i rare agi
Sharp Advance Is Again
("a used by Lack of
eastern Oregon. 18 21c.
MOHAIR New 1907 Z9TZe.
SHEEPSKINS Shearing, 16&20c
each; short wool, 2540c; medium, wool.
SoYSc esrh; long wool, 75c?y$1.0O each.
TAl,lOW rrlme, per id, seric; wo.
and grense. 2&2Mr.
CHITTIM BAKK 6c per lb.
Prults and Vegetables.
POTATOES 31.25)8' 1.35. selling; buy
ing, (tiic mil per sarx.
ONIONS Jobbing price New Walla
Walla. 12 26 'ff 2 50 sack; Oregon. $2.25;
game nr pr in.
KRESII FRl'ITS Orangrs. $4.25ffl
4.76; bananas. 6c lb; lemons. $6,00$p7.60
per nox; limes. Mexican. 34.00 Der 100
pineapples. 13.2Syi6.00 dozen; grape fruit
ja.zft; cnerries, diaiioe lb; peaches. 110
1.35; cantaloupes, $2.50; raspberries.
nc in; plumrt, $1.00; watermelons.
lHc; cultivated blackberries, 3150
a crate; crabapples 6076c per box
Bartlett pears, 31.00 02.60 per box; ap-
ricois. Ji. mi.
VEGETABLES Turnips, new. 90cJ
i.uu ssck; carrota. 7Bcep$l.oo per sack:
beets. 31.60 per sack; parsnips. $1 00 40
ii -o; cannage. iz.uu; tomatoes, Oregon.
6A46c: parsnips. 90c$l: wax beans
4c; green, 4c per lb; cauliflower, $1,259
l. bo dozen; peas, 6c; horseradish. 8c lb.
artichokes. 6Rc75c dozen; rhubarb, 8c
b. ; green onions, 25e per dozen; bell pep
pers, iu'oizhc per in; nead lettuce.
( ) doz; cucumbers, hothouse, 20Q26O
doz: outdoor. 40g60c box; radishes, 15c
dozen Duncnes; eggplant, 16o lb:
green corn, $1.60 sack; celery, $1.26
Orooerlos, Huts, Etc
SUGAR Cube, $6.22: powdered.
$6.07 H; berty, $5 87; dry, granulated.
$5.87V4: Star. $5.77H; conf. A, $5.87H:
extra B, $5.37H; golden C. 35.27H; D
yenow, is. if": beet granulated. 35.77H;
Darrein, iuc; nair barrels, zsc: boxes.
60c advance on sack basis.
(Above prices are 30 days net cash
quotations. )
HONEY 33.60 per crate.
COFFEE Package brands, $15,889
8ALT Coarse Hall ground. 100s
$12.60 per ton; 60s. $13 00; table, dairy
60s, $17.50; 100s. $17.25; bales. $2.10;
Imported Liverpool, 60s, $20.00: 100s,
$19.00: 224s, $18.00; extra fine, barrels.
2. 6s and 10s. $4.606.50; Liverpool
lump rock, $20.60 per ton; 60-lb rock.
$11.00; 100s, $10.60.
(Above prices apply to sales of less
than car lots. Car lots at special prices
subject to fluctuations.)
RICE Imperial Japan, No. 1, 6c; No.
2. 6tttj5e; New Orleans, head, 7c;
AJax, 6c; Creole. 6c.
BE ANBi Small white, $3.30; large
white, $3.50; pink, $3.60; bayou, $3.90;
Llmas. 6 He; Mexican reds, 4 He
NUTS Peanuts, Jumbo, 9 Ho per lb;
Virginia, 7 He per lb; roasted, 10c per
lb: Japanese. 6(2)1) He: roasted. 7 7 He
per lb; walnuts, California, lOo per lb;
pine nuts. 14iji'15c per lb: hlckorv nuts,
10c per lb; Brazil nuts, 18c per lb; fil
berts. 16c per lb; fancy pecans, 1820c
per lb; almonds. 1921Hc.
Meats, Pish and Provisions.
FRESH MEATS Front street Hogs,
fancy. 8Hc per lb; large, 78c per
lb; veal, extra. 8H?9o per lb; ordinary,
8c per lb; poor, 67o per lb; mutton,
fancy 89o jer lb
HAMS, BACON, ETC. Portland pack
uoeal i nams, iu to 12 lbs, ibe per lb
14 to 19 lbs, 15Hc per lb; 18 to 20 lbs
15c; breakfast bacon, 15H?f22c pe
lb; picnics, 11 He per lb; cottage roll
11 He per lb; regular short clears, un
smoked, 12c per lb: smoked. 12c per lb
clear backs, unsmoked, 12c; smoked, 13c
per lb; Union butts. 10 to 13 lbs. un
smoked. Sc per lb: smoked. 9c pr lb
clear bellies, unsmoked. 11 He per lb
smoked 13 He per lb: shoulders. 12 He
per id; pickled tongues, eoc each.
LOCAL. LARD Kettle leaf. 10c 13c
per lb; 6s. 13Hc per lb; 60-lb tins. 12Hc
per lb; steam rendered, 10s, 11 c per
lb; 6s. llc per lb; compound. 10s, 10c
per lb.
HUH Rock cod. 1". per lb; flounders
6c per lb; halibut. 6c per lb; striped
bass. 16c per lb: catfish. 11c ner lb; sal
mon, fresh Columbia Chinook. 11c per
lb; Steelheads. 10c per lb; herrings, 6c
er lb; soles. 6c per lb; shrimps. 12c per
t; perch, Be per lb; tomcod, 7c per lb
lobstcra. 16c ner lb; fresh mackerel. 8c
per lb; crawfish, 25o per doz; sturgeon
izc per lb; black bass, zuc per lb
silver smelt, 7c per lb; frozen shad, 6c
per lb: Mack cod, 7 He per lb.
OYHTEK8 Bhoalwater bay, per gal
on, $2.50; per 100-lb sack. $4.50; oiym
pla, per gallon, $2.25; per 115-lb sack,
$5.60 6. 25; Eable, canned. 10c can;"37.00
CLAMS Hardshell, per box, $2.40;
razor clams, $2.00 per box; 10c per doz.
Paints, Coal Oil, Etc.
ROPE Pure Manila, 15 c; standard,
13c; sisnl, 11c.
COAL OIL Pearl or Astral Cases,
19Hc per gal; water white, iron bbls,
14c per gal; wooden, 17c per gal; head
light, 17U deg.. cases. zic per gat.
GASOLINE 86 deg., cases. 24Ho per
gal: iron bbls, 18c per gal.
BENZINE 63 deg, cases, Z5c per
gai; iron bbls, 3c per gal.
TURPENTINE: In cases. 96c per gal;
wooden bbls, 93c per gal.
WHITE LEAD Ton lots, 7fcc per
lb: 600-lb lots, 8c per lb; less lots, 8o
per lb.
WIRE NAILS Present basis at $3.18.
Portland Union Stockvarda. Aug. 7.
Official receipts:
Hogs. Cattle. Sheen.
Today 26 250
Week ago 114 124 468
Yar ago Ill 726
Previous year .. 11 183 1.0)6
It seems that the hor Bundles of tha
raciric-nortn west are entirely exhausted
for no arrivals were shown In the local
yards since Monday and then only
nominal run was reported.
"It Is very hard to get hnrs theae
days," says President Daugbtrey, "and
7o Is the ruling price for best stuff to-
day." This Is an advance of 25o over
yesterday's advance figures. At tha
new range of values the market Is ex
ceedlngly firm and tt Is quite likely thst
shipments would bring a still greater
Cattle tTp With Scarcity.
Run of cattle has fallen off of late
and the market Is firmer with best stuff
movlnar readily at 13.76 4. This Is an
advance of 25c over former figures. For
about a week the cattle market has been
displaying an Improvement In tone and
today's advance la the result of the
Increasing demand. The run today was
but 26 head compared with 124 head a
week ago, 11 head a year ago and 133
neaa two rears ago.
Bhacp Holding- Wan.
Today's run of sheeD was fair but
the market la holding very well at
unchanged values.
A year aro today all markets were
quoted steady but unchanged In value.
urneiai yard prloea:
Hogs Best eastern Oregon. $6.7607:
Blockers and feeders. $7; China fata.
Cattle Best eastern Orearon steers
$3.7604: best cows and heifers. 33:
bulls. 32.
Sheep Best wethers. 34.25: awes.
$4; lambs. $5.
Price of Stock at One Time
Today Is Nine Points
Under Yesterday.
' Horses for Harvest.
(Special Dispatch to Tha Journal.)
Athena. Or.. Aug. 7. Charles Brother-
ton has purchased 13 head of work
horses In the Wallowa country, for
which he paid $2,400. or $800 per head.
These horses are being used for haul
ing combine harvestera Mr. Brother
ton recently sold a large bunch of fat
cattle In Pendleton receiving $36 for
steers, $26 for cows and $12 for calves.
Atchison ....
B. A O
Brooklyn ....
St. Paul
Colo. Fuel
Oreat North..
L. aV N
union Pacific.
Missouri Pac. ..
Nat. Lead
N. Y. Central..
North Pac
Press Steel....
Southern fae...
U. 8. Steel
do pref
At on time today the raiders on Un
ion Paclflo caused that stock to sail
points lower than the price of yester
day. Tha market opened at an advance.
Union. Paclflo going to 138. Persistant
selling caused by reports of mora trou
ble ior Harrlman in rebate matters
forced the market down H to points
at a Jump, the market hitting the low
point at 130, with a bang. Just pre
vious to the close there was an up
ward bulge which sent the price back
to 132 H. the closing transaction being
6H points lower than the similar time
while union Paclflo was tha leader
today, its lead In the depression was
verv closely followed by Southern Pa
cific, The rest of the market was weak
and aharply lower.
Official New York prices by Over-
beck dc Cooke Co.:
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Sums of Cash Also to Be Distributed Among IndusfcrSt&s
and Meritorious Students Who Participate in
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New Seed Brings Good Returns
Sharp Break In Chicago Values
Caused by Liverpool.
Government Bonds.
Aug. 7. Government
Twos, registered 105 H
do, coupon 105 H
Threes, registered 102H
do coupon 102 H
Threes, small bonds.... 101
Dls. Columbia. 3-65s 113 H
Fours, registered, new.. 127
do, coupon 127
Twos, Panama 104
do coupon 103
Philippine Fours 109 H
Wew Wheat Balling. 4
e (Special Dispatch to Journal.) 4
4 Weston. Or.. Aug. 7. The 4
first new wheat offered for sale a
4 in this locality and In Umatilla 4
4 county so far u known Is that
of George Bannister, consisting of 4
4 6,000 bushels of Red Chaff for 4
which he will receive 70 cents 4
4 per bushel. Many of the farmers 4
4 are expecting 75 cents or more a 4
4 bushel, and are holding for that 4
4 price.
Aug. 7. Aug. Loss.
.87 0HA 2H
.92 94 A 2
.97' 99 1H
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.)
Albany, Or., Aug. 7. One of the best
yields of wheat reported for the present
year is that of a two and one half-acre
tract on the farm of John Lennox, about
six miles cast of Albany. Using a new
variety or wheat purchased In Canada
called the New Abundance, he threshed
116 bushels from the small tract or at
the rate of 45 bushels machine measure
or bo bushel by weight. Alongside o
this he has a field of Golden Chaff
wnicn yielded Z3 bushels to the acre.
Mr. Lennox believes that he has th
right variety of wheat for this section
and with Introduction of new seed feel
that the valley yields can be doubled and
made to bring forth yields equal to
those or early days. It has been the
OD'.nlon Ions-held hv men v that tha fiiM.
or inis section are run out and lncapa
ble of producing the heavy yields cred
neu vo mis Beciion in the early days
Sharp Break in Chicago.
Chicago. Aug. 7. Following the shorn
ureaa. in Liverpool values today Chi
cago prices are showing a slump, the
close Deing 1 to zc under yesterday.
Official Chicago prices bv Overbeck
cooxe company
Am. Cop. Co. . . .
Am. Car A F., 0.
Am. Cot. Oil. c.
Am. Loco., c. . .
Am. Sugar, o.
Am. Smelt, c.
Anaconda M. Co.
Am. Woolen, c.
Atchison, c.
do preferred .
B. & O.. c
do preferred .
Brooklyn R T. .
Can. Pacific, c.
Cent. leather, c.
C. A Ot. W.. c. . .
C. M. & 8t. P..
Chi. A N.. c.
Chea. A Ohio ..
Colo. F. It I., c.
Colo. 8.. c
do 2d ofd
Dela. A Hudson. .
D. Sc R. O..C ..
Erie, c
do 2d pfd. . . .
G- Northern, pfd.
T i a n ' t.
LiUUlB. Ot iUSU...
Mex. Cent. Ry,
M . K. & T., c. .
Ore Lands
Mo. Pac
Nat. Lead
N. Y. Cen
N. Y., O A W. . .
N. A W., c
N. P.. c
Pac. M. 8. Co
Penn. Ry
P. G., L. A C. Co
Pressed H C, c.
Pressed a. C, p
Reading, c. . . ,
R. I. A 8., c. . .
R. I A S., p. . .
R. I. c
R. I., p...
St. L. A 8. F.,
S. P.. c
S. P., p
Southern Ry..
Texas A Pac...
T.. St. L. A W. c
Union Pac, c. .
U. S. Rubber, c.
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Kill ICUltarr Aoademr for boys. Vort-
aaa, vrsgon.
Two scholarships; an scholarship
Ith board, room, tuition, laundry and
other1 items, amounting to $660. Another
scholarship as a separata prise ior iu
non, vaiu iizo.
St. Mary' Xnatltuta, Beavartom, Ora-
goa. Ona scholarship In academlo da
rtartment. Inclndtnv leaaona on anv ln-
strumant: also board, room, ate. value
SM. V alert's HalL dav and boarding
school for girls and young ladies, fort
land. Oregon, '.'wo scholarships, includ
ing noon meal-
Whitman College. Walla Walla, Wash.
Scholarship .In tha Conservatory of
music, vaiua iivo.
Willamette University. Salem. Orearoa.
1 wo sciioiarsnips. uno in miner coiien
or preparatory department, value $60;
ine other in me musio department.
vaiua 3100.
Dallas Collars. Dallas. Oraoa. Schol
arshlp In olther academlo or college d
partment, value $36 to $50.
Portland Aoademr. Vortlaad. Oregon.
Dav scholarship In either college or
academic department, good for ona
year, value $120.
Mrs. Walter Baad. Portland, Oregon.
Teacher of voice and singing, ieasona
to the value of $100.
HoitlnaTllla College, lfoVlnarliis,
Oregon. Two scuoiarships. una in
either academlo or college department,
value $60; on In th department of
music, value $60.
raolflo UnlversitT. forest Orov, Ore
gon, two scholarships, ona day schol
arship In tha academ" or college, valu
$60. On scholarship .or a girl with ivi
months' Instruction In music; board,
room, etc In Herrlck HalL $160
Paolflo College, Brwber". Oregon. On
acnoiarsnip in eitner college or acaie-jy
department for one school year, $60.
. Mix Kyar, S43 Aider straat, Fort
land, Oregon, one scholarship good for
72 hours' instruction In drawing, oil or
wster color "aiming or pastel.
Holms' Business College, Portland,
Oregon. Fo r scholarships; on com
bined scholarship on year, value 100;
one academlo or civil service scholar
ship, ona year, $100; choice of either
commercial or shorthand scholarships,
six months, $60; night course, any de
partment, one "ear, ido.
Bhnk-Walher Basin Collar,
Portland, Oregon. Four scholarships
for 12 months combined course, valu
1100: one scholarship for ( months' com
btaed course, valu $86; on scholar
ship for 6 months' course, value $70:
one scholarship for months, either
shorthand or business oourse. value $60
Baker City Basin Collar, Baker
City, Oregon. Hcholarsnip good ror on
year In shorthand, commercial. Eng
lish, cdvertislng and .penmanship
courses, value 10i.
International Oorraanandme Schools
of Boraaton, Pa- Portland arnoy 614
MoXay Bldr, X V. Bd, manager. Two
scholarship: caoke of $100 tuition in
any of th numerous or helpful
courses except language course or
courses In locomotive running; another
scholarship In th sams to th valu rf
Xntsrsattonal Oonsarratorr of BTn-ln.
O. B. Sands, manager, Paolflo coast all
vision, Portland, Oregon. , Thre chol
arshlps; th wlnnors to bav their
ohoioa of any of th flva different
oours taught by this conservatory
namely, piano, organ, violin, mandolin
and r-vitar; scholarships Include sheet
music, all ' tructions and ths stringed
instrument ir stringed instrument
courses are (elected.
Oregon Brpart Collar. Portland. Or,
roa. One scholasrhlp In telegraphy and
typewriting, vaiua $71. Another schol
arship in telegraphy, typewriting and
station set-tea work, value $100.
Portland Bnsla College, Portland,
Oregon, A, p. Armstrong, principal.
Four scholarships, as follows: On tor
II months In combined course, valu
$100; on for months In combined
course, valu I8S: on for t months in
combined oourse. vaH $70: ons for
months In shorthand or business coursx
valu $60.
Bos City Business OollsfS, Portland.
Or roa. wo scholarships, oka com.
blnd course for on school yasTT'C
tvv; one' co'jraa in snortns
or bookkeeping, $60.
capital Basin Collar. Salm. Ore
gon. Ona scholarship, good for 10
months' tuition In either department,
valu $100.
Orron Oonssrvstn-r of ICnsta. h.
land, Oraron. Cours In piano with in
struction under L. H. Hurlburt-Ed-wards,
lncludln- us of muslo, value
Bursa Bnslneas OoHr. Bursa Ore
gon. . One scholarship In commercial or
stenographic course, value $100.
Western Academy of Music. Bloen.
tloa and Dramatic Art, W. ML Baamns,
principal, Portland, Oregon. Ona schol
arship In choice of vocal, piano, violin,
mandolin, elocution, oratory and dram
atic rt. value $200.
Holmas-Plaadars Private School. Port.
land, Oregon. On scholarship good ior
on year's aneclal university prepara
tion, one rear' a normal course, or prac
tical English course for ona and one
half yeara, valued at $180.
Oraron Xrfiw Collar. Commoawaaltli
building. Portland, Oregon. Scholar
ship In tha first two years of th course,
vslue $150.
OillMVl School of Bxvrsssloa. Port
land, Oregon. Private and class Instruc
tion to the valu of $22$.
Albany Collar, Albany, Oregon. Tui
tion for on school year In either aca
demlo or college department.
Pandlrton Buslneea Oollr. pradlatoa,
Oraron. Valu of scholarship $100.
Marlon Ward Parnham. dnunaUo
reader, teaeh of loentloa. oratory aud
dramatlo art. Portland, Oregon. Schol
arship good for lessons to value of $100
Colombia University, Portland, a
scholarship providing for tuition and
dinners on school days during th
chool year, commencing In September.
Value $100.
Paclflo TJnlreralty, Conservatory of
Muslo, Poreat Orov, Orsroa, Frank
Thomas Chapman, director. Two achol
arshlpa, one valued at $60. on valued at
$101.25, In either vocal or Instrumental
era shipped thousands of pounds of
Royal Anna cherries to tha Seattle plant
of this company and the high quality
of this fruit and the immense supply
available makes this a favorable center
for oneration.
One local firm alone shipped enough
small fruit to outside canneries to keep
a large sized plnnt in operation a gooa
portion of trje summer. Albany is reach
ing out after new Industries and all
manufacturing enterprises are encour-
agea ana assisted.
New York Cotton Market,
'Extra dividend 1 per cent.
iExtra dividend 1 per cent.
Total aalea for the day, 1.087,300
Call money closed 4 per cent.
Dec. .
Doc. .
May. .
Sept. .
oeo. .
May. . ,
Sept. .
Jan. . .
'The hide market Is dull and
neglected. The eastern tone and
demand. Is very slow with tan-
ners out of the market Sales
made there recently are at ma-
terlal concessions in the price.
Aa far a I can aee at this time
th outlook for Immediate future
prices is not over bright" Felix
Kahn of Kahn Brothers. 4
New York-London Silver.
New York. Aug. 7. Bar silver 9c;
London, 32 d.
Oct. .
Jan . .
Open. High. Low. Close.
90 90 87 87
94 94 92 92
99 99 97 97
56 65 52 64
62 62 61 61
62 63 62 62
43 44 42 43
42 43 41 42
44 45 43 44
.620 1630 1617 1620
912 915 907 r 907
915 915 910 915
852 852 852 862
870 870 863 865
865 866 857 867
787 787 787 887
Liverpool Grain Market
Liverpool, Aug. 7. Official jrtces:
Open. Close. Aug. 6. Loss.
Sept. 7s 2d 7s 2d 7s 2d d
Dec. 7s 4di.7s 4d 7s 6d d
Sept. 4s Ud 4s lld 4s lld d
(Special Dispatch to The Journal.
- Seattle, Aug. 7. The season of 1907
will go down into history as the most
disasterous in th history of the salmon
Industry of the Pacific coast according
to leading salmon brokers. The sound
sockeye pack has failed and the red
salmon are absent from the Alaska
fishing grounds. The Alaska red pack
will be at least 400,000 oases short.
Unless some unforeseen circumstance
should Intervene, not more than 76.000 1 CanmA thev uv. ta hutnh the anckeves
cases of sockeye salmon will be packed which spawn in the Fraxier riVerrfdr
inis year. . m inn must, me total win tne benefit or packers on ths American
not areaed- JOU.UOO omasa. Tha womtlaida, .
year of record heretofore was 1904
when 123,419 cases were packed.
To make matters wors this was the
year when the humpbacks were due to
appear and they were counted on to
fill the places left vacant by the sock
eyes. But the humpbacks have not
The greatest shortage In Alaska is
reported at Bristol bay and In southeast
ern Alaska. It is said that the packers
are about to quit Fuget sound for all
time. The packers can hardly expect
Prices Current Today on
San Francisco Exchange.
San Francisco, Aug. 7. Official
Sandstorm 47c, Red Top $4, Mohawk
$17, Columbia Mt. 62c, Jumbo $4, Jumbo
Ext. $1.95, Vernal 17c, Pennsylvania
3cA, Goldfleld M. Co. 16c, Kendall 31c,
Blue Bull 40c, Adams 13c, Silver Pick
60, May Queen 11, Nev. Boy 7c, B. B.
Ext 7c, Blue Bell 20c, Dixie 6c, G. Co
lumbia 46cA. Hlbernia 7c. St. Ives 5c.
Conqueror 14c, Blk. Rock 4c, Lone Star
22c, G. Wonder 2c, Potlach 40cA, Oro
23c, Kendall Ext. 2c, Sandst. Ext. 4c,
Mayne 6c, Atlanta 61c, Great Bend 77c,
Empire 11c, Red Top Ext. 24c, Florence
I&.3UA. mam r u. tt. con. zc, o. Daisy
$1.72, L.aguna $1.40, commonwealth
26c, Comb. Fract. $2.20, Or. Bend Ext.
14c, Gr. Bend Anx. 10c, Mlllstorm 40cA
B. B. Bonanza 7c, Kewanos 80c, Esmer
alda 10c, Portland 25c, Cracker Jack
24c, Francis Mohawk $1.20, Red Hill 6c,
Mohawk Ext. 9o, Lou Dillon 8c, Y. Tiger
Z3c, urandma isc, 8. Plcic ifixt. 4c. Y.
Rose 7c, Col. Mt. Ext. 3c, Goldf. Cons.
Ophlr $1.02. Mexican 61c. Gould A
Curry 12c, Con. Virginia 68c, Savage 63c,
Hale A Norcross 70c, Yellow Jacket $1,
Beicner 24c, confidence 65c, sierra Nev.
30c, Exchequer 35c, Union 28c.
Original 7c, Bullf. M. C. 15c. Mont
Bullf. 4c, Nat. Bank 20c, L. Harris 2c,
Amethyst 25c, Gold Bar 65c, Stelnway
4c, Denver Buf. Anx. 9cA, Bonnie Clare
45cA, Mayfl. Cons. 37e, Monty. Ohio Ext.
80, G. Scepter 8c, Monty. Mt 16cA, B.
Daisy 8c, Homestake Cons. 90c, Yankee
Girl 4c, Nugget 4c, Tramp Cons. 40c,
Victor 8c, North Star 2c.
Ton. Nev. $12.50, Mont. Ton. $3.02.
Ton. Ext. $1.35, MacNamara 24c, Mid
way 74c, Ton. Belmont $3.10, Ton. No.
Star 16c, Ohio Ton. 3c, West End Cons
73c, Rescue 12c, Ton. & Calif. 87c.
Golden Anchor 13c, Jim Butler 90c, Ton.
Cash Boy 6c, Ton. Home 6c, Bost. Ton.
ioca. Monarch fitts. jtx. 7c. Mont. Mid.
Ext. Sc, Golden Crown 6c.
ir v. . jam mnk Yjr . - ti
... nun. vaults, tul, uwiiu, ai. t, vu, vr.
Wedge 6c, Seyler Hump 5c, Dexter 12c,
Joe 2c, Crescent 6cA, Combination 2o.
Granny 22c, Mustang 20c, Lltne Grey
zoca. cowDoy bcA, urig. Mann. 10c,
Broncho 7c Jump. Jack 10c, Plnenut 6c,
Buffalo 6cA, S. Dog 17c, Y. Horse 3c,
Indian Camp 7o.
Falrv. Silver King 16cA. Fairv. Ea
gle 84c, Pittsburg Silver Peak $1.40, No.
Star Wonder 4c, Eagle's Nest 17c. Alice
of Wonder 6cA.
Open. High. Low. 7 6
Jan 1219 1226 1210 1217 1218
Feb 1227 1227 1227 1219 1217
March ...1226 1236 1220 1226 1223
April 1228 1227
May 1238 1245 1230 1231 1230
Aug 1148 1162 1140 1144 1147
Sept 1158 1163 1160 1154 1165
Oct 1202 1208 1191 1197 1197
Nov 1210 1210 1210 1199 1199
Dec 1215 1219 1201 1207 1207
At the present moment both the
orange and sugar-cane growing Indus
tries of Louisiana are seriously threat
ened by the ravages of the New Orleans
ant, which Is a South American, that
entered this country by way of the city
whose name it bears. The efforts made
by the state to keep out the cotton boll
weevil have been unsuccessful, and the
commission having charge of the matter
has about given up the fight The con
clusion arrived at was that the weevil
could not be exterminated, but that Its
destructive operations could be kept
Careful planting and burning the stalks,
but this same commission has taken up
the warfare against the misnamed New
Orleans ant, which Is said to be more
of a menace than the weevil ever was.
It Is said that the sugar plantations of
Grenada, in the west indies, were al
most wiped out of existence by these
ants in a campaign which extended over
iv years.
A canal system one mile In length has
oeen constructed ror the purpose or con
veying water from the Nile across the
desert, where it is used for irrigation
work. It is constructed In sections 328
feet long and 20 feet wide. The sections
are laid in masonry, ao as to permit of
expansions and contractions from the
changes in temperature. The use of
metal In this manner Is unique, and
greatly simplified the problem of build
ing tne canai tnrougn tne aesert coun
completely, and the 40 per cent formal
dehyde, the antiseptic power of which
Is well known, destroy fungi, bacteria
and other micro-organisms on the sur
face of the fruits, which are the agents
of putrefaction and decay.
Reports from France are to the effect
that electricity may supplant drugs In
the capacity of an anesthetic. What is
called electro-narcosis Is being devel
oped by Professor Leduc, of Nantes,
which is said to produce complete in
sensibility without any Injurious results
whatever. He has conducted experi
ments sufficient to demonstrate its
value. A current of from six to eight
volts completely deadens the brain of a
rabbit, and this suspension of Its func
tion can be extended Indefinitely with
out danger. In the case of the human,
where It has been tried, the part re
sume their normal sensations immedi
ately upon cutting off the current and
no after effects are noticeable.
Convenient Combination Which Will
Appeal to the Traveler.
A very convenient combination which
will appeal to the traveler specially, as
well as to others. Is the coat hanger and
clothes brush combined, as shown in the
A series of tests made recently of
tne airrerent electric lighting systems
gave results greatly in favor of the
vacuum tube system. As far as possi
ble an tne airrerent lamps were tested
under the same circumstances, and it
was shown that the long vacuum tubes
were tne most satisfactory and the
most economical. While the virtues of
mis comparatively new method are
manifest, there are certain disadvan
tages connected with their uae which
must be overcome before thev can he
generally accepted for service. The
disagreeable color or the glow, which
was very noticeable at first, has been
overcome In a great measure and the
system otherwise perfected.
Would Establish Cannery,
V (Speelof Dlapatcb to Tb JnnrnaL)
Albany. Or.. Aug. 7. The Weber-Bus-
sell company, a large cannery organiza
tion of Seattle, is considering the es
tablishment of a plant in Albany to
handle the vegetables and small fruits
of this section. A representative has
been In ' the field and the prospects are
favorable should he succeed in finding
the necessary fruits to justify such an
institution. Last season Albany grow-
A universal electrical director nutv.
llshed by a London company Is a very
complete register of all the nrlnclnal
electrical concerns and plants of the
world. The last Issue, which has just
oeen issued, contains az.asa names, glv
ing telephone numbers, telegraphic ml
dresses and many other particulars
aoout tne companies and data concern
ing the character and capacity of tho
The National Agricultural society of
France has recently had its attention
directed to a new process of preserving
iiuii, wiui:ji nan wreu m use in nngiand
for some little time and found to be
very satisfactory. The fruits are
plunged Into cold water containing 8
?er cent of a 40-per-cent solution of
ormaldehyde, and after 10 minutes' Im
mersion they are arranged on screens
where they drain and dry. In the case
of the soft-pulped fruits of which the
whole Is eaten, like grapes, cherries
plums, ts they ar dipped for five
minutes In pure water on taking them
from the formulated solution before
putting them to dry. But in case of
hard-pulped fruit which are pared before
eating, like apples and pears, this sen-
ond washing Is not necessary. Th
formlo aldehy
disappears , almost
accomnanvinv cut Garment hangers
are largely resorted to by women aa
wen as men at tne present time.
fat .hair uu la wallnlrh universal, and
the very first thing that one wants after
taxing a garment rrom tne nanger i -brush.
Where the new combination is
made use of, the brush is not only at
hand, but In hand, as a matter of fact.
This article consists of two portions
hinged in the center, at which point Is
also secured a hook for hanging. The
two parts are supplied with bristles
suitable for brushing the clothing, and
when the two end portions are folded
back onto each other a very excellent
article Is presented In the shape of a
brush. '
The Secret of the Sea.
Inscrutable snd doomful deeps.
Where Solitude, calnt spirit sleeps.
Beyond the furthest seeking sunbora
Where 8llence. kindred god, abides,
And "rvthmtcallv restless tides
Clock off th' unreckoned, lightless ocean
No temple of the olden time
Was ever like to this sublime.
Nor from the world of men so all un
Here broods the Spirit awesomely
In his own sanctum of tha sen-
True Holy of aU Holies, God dieting I
So was It when the world began. St-I
So In the cycle. God in Man
so when this earth is old and cold 'twill
. do. ..... ... .... ...
Then Man in God, ons perfect soul j
The Ultimate, .the liinnmi mal.-
ShaU share Hho long locked secret of
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