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- WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1922. I
HIE- OREGON DAILY -JOURNAL;. PORTLAND, OREGON.
IMPROVED DEMAND "SHOWING FOR CANNED SALMON SUPPLIES
punuip i in nrrrrn
oniwo ur dliiu.
WED2TESDAT DAIRY TRADE
Bitter, Eggs, Chee,
eabe ex. selects, flats.
Portland 48 e Se
Saa Francisco .44 Vie 8e 2i
Ckletfo ,..V4e rVe le
Jfsw Tork 86e 4e Sle
ls Aageles ....42e 8c
Seattle 4c 2S 2(e
There continues to b reflected m slight
improvement in th dairy produce markets, al
though prices in general arc little changed.
Improvement in the butter situation is perhaps
tit. meat marked, so fsr as sentiment is con
cerned. From a feeling of extreme depression,
osrtng to the fact that prices here were the
highest in the United states, the trade within
a few days has indicated real steadiness. In
fact, there are points wherein the market is
Whether thirls a bluff or -not.. California in
terests nave again appearea in me inarsei. ior
cubes of top- quality. Owing to the short
ened production of first class stock in this ter
ritory, there is no surplius to offer, and for
that reason prices asked are somewhat higher.
No acceptances are reported from the South.
There is still a sarcitis of off Quality batter,
which is mo ring slowly,
Storage report for July 31:
This Tear. Last Tear.
Batter, Vtm. 872,809 437,652
Cheese, lbs. 201.240 124.4.13
Ecgs. cases 60.672 81.119
Poultry, lbs. 129,75 SU.990
This Year. Last Year.
Butter, lbs. 84 7,747 687.735
Cheese. Iba, 434.282 260,507
Egge, cases 51,014 34,543
Poultry, lbs. 210.718 95,434
Those desiring special information regarding
any market should write the Commercial Ed
itor, Oregon Journal, inclosing stamp tor re
ply. EGG TRADE, SHOWS STEADINESS
Steadiness was generally indicated for eggs
ia the local trade for the day with strength
in some quarters. One leading operator ad
vanced ordinary candling to 26c a dozen,
a rise of lc. , Select unengaged.
CHEESE SITUATION UNCHANGED
Situation in the cheese market ia un
changed. There is strength for Tillamook
offerings due to slow delivery from factories,
but as Wisconsin can be landed here at 21c
there appears little prospects fox any im
mediate advance in the price.
rOCLTRT TKADE REMAINS QUIET
Ducks are hard to dispose of at -satisfactory
prices and the general poultry market is slow.
Soma of the leading firms hare been carrying
ducks for a week without finding suitable
BERRY PRICES RULING FIRMER
Generally firmer tone is showing for ber
neu with the exception of blacks which are gen
erally around $1.75 2.00. Loganberries are
showing a similar price with raspberries up to
$2.20 for the better class slu.'f. Blackberry
BIG CHANGE IN RAISIN PRCES
Reduction of 20 to 30 per 'cent in the price
of' old crop raisins are confirmed by Cali
fornia interests which means that the associa
tion, much desires to clean up its surplus
stocks with a very liberal output of new
crop In sight.
BRIEF NOTES PRODUCE TRADE
Good reals firm, others slow. Hogs scarce
Etc plant weaker, lower and very slow sale
at 8 to 12e.
VallaWaIla tomatoes of quality moving at
31.25 m lugs.
Local tomato market is steady around 75
S 6c box.
Seedless grapes slower at $2.75 lug.
Cantaloupe market has. excellent quality at
12.00 2.25 for standard.
; Small peaches weak, good sizes firm.
slow because of high price.
Union market 2io lower.
SHIPPERS'. WEATHER NOTICE
Weather bureau advised Wednesday:
Protect shipments during the next 38 hours
ageitut the following maximum temperatures'.
Going north to Seattle. 70 degrees; northeast
to Spokane, 93 degrees: east to Baker, 85
'degrees: and south to Ashland, 95 degrees.
Maximum temperature at Portland tomorrow
aboat 76 degree s.
PORTLA5D WHOLESALE PRICES
These are the prices-retailers pay whole
salers, except ss otherwise noted:
BUTTER Selling, price, box lots: Cream,
ery prices Prints, extras, 43 46 fir plain
wrappers: cubes, extras, 85 40e per lb.;
dairy buying price, 22 22 He lb.
etUTT.hlKF.aT Portland delivery basis: No.
1 and., 47; No. 2. 4Ae; Na, 1 'aone, 45e
for "A" sTadev
CHEESfi Selling: Tillamook., triplets,
2S6)29e; Young America. 27H 930o.
Oregon triplets, 23 2 4c Baying price, t. a.
b. Xiliamooa. Triplets, 20e; Toung Americas
and longhorna, 27c. Selling price: Block
Bwia. fancy. 31 82c; Llmburxer, 24 9 28c;
cream brick, 22 & 24c
BGtiS Burma Drice. Front srtr 1 - rnw.
rent receipts. Western Oregon, 19c per dosen;
Eastern Oregon. 17c per doaen; henneries 21c
per doses. Selling price. Ordinary candled,
26e per dosen; select, 28c doxen; pullets, 23e
KUGS Association selling prices-: Select.
9c; brown, 28c; tints. 26c; pullets, 24c;
peeweea 16c; cracks, 20c per doaen.
LIVE POULTRY Selling price: Heavy
Bens. 21022c per lb.; tight hens. 1813c;
Broilers. Rocks, Sle; other broilers, 20o per
lb. ; old roosters, 10c.
Fresh Fruits and Vegetables
FRESH PRTJITS Oranges, (6.00 911.00
' . 6
Dated July 1, I9S3. Due
,4vij i, ma
These bonds are issued
for the purpose of im
proving and paving cer
tain streets of Klamath
Falls and constitute a
general obligation of the
city. ' '
Klamath Falls has a pop
ulation of 7000. Its es
timated actual value is
$8,000,000, while its total
bonded debt (less sinking
funds) is less than
There are 14 sawmills. J
o oox lactones, 4 plan
ing mills and 4 lathf
mills. The city has an
approximate payroll of
Income Tax Exempt
Price to Yield 5.50
Bng4wr ai Oak Sta.
By Hy-nan H. Cohen
Within a few days the public will
be offered ralrly liberal supplies of
Golden Bantam corn. For some days
past limited stocks from The Dalles
have been available, but soon local
stocks will appear. Prices are still a
trifle too high.
The public should be -very careful
about purchasing- peaches. 'Much stock
has dry rot and will not keep. Fancy
peaches of size are scarce but there
la, an overstock o small stuff -which
is high at Any price.
Raspberry prices are advancing: in
all places except on the public market.
Quotations there a re unchanged. -
Very sharp drop of approximately
20 per cent has been named in the price
of raisins, by local wholesalers, fol
lowing a cut by California marketing
interests. This will reduce the retail
Celery quality is improving and the
size of the heads Is larger. Price is
Retail prices generally show:
Butter Fresh creamery. 48 58c
Fish Salmon. 20 26c; halibut. 25e; black
cod. 1 5c
Eggs 30 0 S5c doaen.
Flour Best local patient, S2.19 9 2.2S per
49 lb. sack.
Potatoes Sew. 5c lb.
Onkma 6c per ib.
Yamhill street prices Carrota, Be bunch:
string beans, 8 10c pound; peas. 10c pound;
cabbage. 4e pound ; cauliflower, 30c head; let
tuce, 5 10c head; new potatoes. 5c pound.
Honey Comb, 25c; smart, 65c; pint. 88c.
Eggs Public market. 2732c; private
store, 30 9 35c doaen.
Poultry Light hens, 28e lb. ; heavy hens,
over 4 lhs.,728c; fryers, S2e lb.; broilers,
35c lb. J
Strawberries Best Oregon strawberries, 13
15c box; raspberries. lOe; currants, 10c
box; loganberries, 7c; wild blackberr.es, 20
Cantaloupes Fancy stock, 510c
5w Tork 8a gar and Coffee
New York, Aug. 2. C. P.) Sugar quiet;
raw, 55.36; refined quiet; granulated. 16.90
Coffee No. 7 Rio spot 10 10 He; 8u
ton 14 & 14 c.
Liverpool Cotton Steady
Liverpool. Aug. 2. (I. X. S.) Cotton
Spot, quiet: prices steads. Sales, 6000 bales.
American middlings fsir. 14.75; good mid
dlings. 13.70: full meddlings, 13.55; mid
dlings. 13.40; low middlings, 12.95; good
ordinsry. 12.10; ordinary. 11.60. Futures
Xew York Metal Market
New Tork. Aug. 2. (1. N. S.) Copper
Iull. Spot August, September offered 18 He.
Lesd Firm. Spot. August and September,
Spelter Steady. Spot. August, September
Treasury Issae Oversubscribed
Washington, Aug. 2. The recently an
nounced i3su en 30O,uoo,uoo m ik per
cent treasury notes deled Angust 1, 1922,
and maturing September 15, 1026, has
been over-subscribed tour to one, it is iiatea
st the tree-Miry ..apartment.
Spring Grain Short
Tennessee, Aug. 2. Spring grain is rery
short here, much of it too thin to be
cut. but fall grain u fairly good ana
threshing is in operation.
Tfaral Stores Market
-New Tork. Aug. 2. Turpentine Saran-
gl.io; ew yore 1.1T.
in Savannah. (4-50; New Tork. $5.55,
Chicago Potato Market
Chicago, Aug, , (L N. 8.) Potatoes
Receipts. 35 can. Virginia Cobblers, 12.25
box : bananas. 8 hi 0 e lb. ; lemons. 87.00
8.50 case; grapefruit. Florida. ( ) ;
California, $7.009 7.50; peaches, 60c
1 50; cherries. Lambert. 12 15c; canta
loupes, $1.002.50; watermelons, lH2e
lb.: apricots. $2.00 2.25 crate; ice cream
melons. So lb.; honey dew melons. 6c; casa
bsa, 834e lb.
BEKR1K3 Currants. $2.00; raspberries,
$2.20- crate; loganberries, $1.7502.00; black
berries, $1.75 2.90; strawberries. $8.25.
DQIED FRUTTS Dates. (4.60 8.00
figs, white. $3.50 0 3,78 per box; prunes, 40a
and 50a. 60-lb. box. 14c lb.; 60s and 60s,
ONIONS Selling priee to retailers; Tellow
Denver, $2.50; Walla Walla. tl.501.75;
garlic. ISo lb.; green onions,, 35e dozen
POTATOES Selling price to retailers: Ore
gon fancy. $1.75 0 2 per cental; buying
price, country. (1.00 1.-26 i sweet potatoes.
$2.50 3.00 crate; new potatoes. (2 0 2.60
VEGETABLES Beets. 50e doaen
bunches; cabbage. 30 8 Ho per lb.; lettuce,
$1.75 0 2.25 crate; carrots, . 60c deaen
bunches: tomatoes, Oregon, 50 0 86e
California. 0cS (l.oo lug; horseradish. 16e
lb.; artichoke., ( ) $1.00 par dosen; cauli
flower. ( ) a crate; celery, 76c $1.00
per doaen; rhnberb, 84e lb.; summer squash.
6s; corn. 30 35c doaen.
APPLES New crop, 82.00 box.
COUNTRY MEATS Sailing prices: Coun
try hogs. 1 6 V c ; hesTy stuff less ; veal,
tops (about 60 to 100 lbs.), 134c lb.; heavy
staff less; lambs, 18o lb.
8UOKED MEATS Ha ma, 38 0 3 So lb.;
breakfast bacon. 2444e lb.
PACKING HOUSE MEATS Steer beef.
14016 Vka lb.; heifers. 13 He lb. : eowa, lSe
lb.; lambs, 1820o Jaj ewes. 1014 lb.;
hogs. 18 17o lb. .
LARD Kettle rendered, 18o lb. ; tierce
baais, cegspouad, 14 He.
BEANS amaU white, 88.78;
s.75; pint. (7.0O; Iwsaa. $10.60; bayou.
.75; pint. (7.a
.75: red. $8.75.
HONET New $4.50 05.50.
KICK Japan, No. 1. c: Skis Rosa.
lb. ; New Orleans head, He
COFFEE Roasted, 21 H 038 U lb.: In
aaeka or drums.
SALT Coarse, hair grcmnd, lOOa. $15.60
-n: 50a $17.85; bH; dairy, 60a. (27.60;
tlti. $3.50 0 4.00; fancy table and dairy,
54 50; lump, (28.50 rnn.
il'GAR Cube. (8.T5; fruit and berry.
$7.80; yellow 1). 37.20; beet graaolatad.
37 60; extra C. $7.40; golden C, (7.80.
CANNED MILK Tails. $4.60; baby alaa,
$4.40 case: Kaale. $9.86 case.
SODA CRACKsie- -la bulk, 14 Jb.
NLTS Walnuts, $3 0 3 5a lb.: 24
2e lb.: fillberu, 202Jc lb.; peanuts. 10
15e lb.; pecans. 30 0 32a lb.; Braaus. 19
022e lb.; chestno'a. Japanese. 22 024a a.
Fish ans aua4lflw
FRESH rmH Chtohoa. fraeb, 18 03w;
halibut. 14 016 sb.; black ced. 9 0 10
basket kippered cud. (2.60: ung cod. 7 8a
lb.; sole, 10a lb.: sturgeon, 20c lb.; ahad,
dressed. 7e lb.; ra shad, 10e la.
OYSTERS Fjtstern, $4.60 gal. : Olympia.
$5.00 per gallon, $1.40 quart; crabs, terge.
$3.50 dosen: small, $2.60 doaen.
Hops, Wwai aits' MM
HOPS 1921 stop, nominal. 15e lb.
HIDES Calf skins, 12 011c lb.; ktpa. t
10c lb.; green hides, 6bc lb.; salted. T 0
9e lb. .
MOHAIR Nominal. 30 82 lb.
SHEEP PFXTS Long dry pelta, 18 0 20;.
short pelts, a 0 10c lb.; lone hair goat pelta.
10 013 lb.; abort hair gnat pelta, 2 5 5 0c
WOOL- Willamette eailey, ecarse,
Kiium. $0(2c Ib.; fine, 30 085c lb.;
Oregoo-tdabo. 894fte Ib.
OW AND GREASE Sa, 1 fallow.
5 5 He; No. 2.
0 4e Ib.
era woe; grease, H
CASCABa BARS 121. peel. 9e; 1H
peel. 7c ib. ; grape root. 6e lb. s.
Rep. Paint. Oil
ROPE SiaaL IS 0 16e; ' Hanfia. 16 V 0
18 per Bv
WIRE NATXS Base price. (4 kea.
WHITS USAD lOO-Ex. kec. 11 He
UNSEED OIL Raw. bb?T XI la
boiled, bbla., 81.12; raw. caaaa, (1-25; baaML
GASOLINE Iron bbla. 28-
TraFENTTNB 5-gaUon cane. (l.Tl esd,
Lumber and Shlnal ,
Latest carload lumber sales by manufarter
era. aotatsan representing f . a. b. mail valves
ia direct sales to retailer and -ii"g aeQiac
1x4 No. t. g....$54.0 (4T.00
1x4 No. a B. . . 38.00 84.00
1x8-10- . -. . (8.00 6S.0O
14 K. aad bet 85.40 (1.00
lx No 2 and bet. 89 O0 1T.00
BOARD 8 AND SHI FLAP:
1x8 sis ........ 17-5 14.50
Sx4 12-14 16.50 ,- 14.8ft
i SMALL TIMBERS?
4x4 ISlf ai.9 H.JO
LATH: -- -4
ft Ka. l ftr.i.. .
A shinalea . 9.18
m.- duscw i . , . a. sv 2.
Total sale lay IS aailia, 8,808,
y Hymen M. OafMa
Interest tn the market for both spot and
futare canoed salmon ahewa Hberat gain fee
recent weeks with a conieqnent steadying of
spot prseea for old peck.
While con tinned improve mertt In the catch
of salmon in the Columbia is reported, the
output is still very short a? the normal for
this period. While August is nvually counted
nnon ta brine ud tha total pack of spring
Chinook in the Columbia, still this appears
to be an off year for general salmon packing.
Output to date is lust about half til normal
lor Uu period.
Columbia river salmon packers -in general
report having sold a boot all th fish they
care to at this time: in fact some cow tend
that th orahahl neck ia already oversold at
the formal opening prices named a abort
Practically oedy normal stocks Ql old pack
pink and chums remain ia this territory
while demand for offerings is increasing. Not
only is there a good European demand for
the cheaper fish such as chums and pinks
but the domestic call is better. : New York
reports more call for reds and pinks with
nearby delivery very scarce, links ant re
ported scarcest in that market.
Red prices will likely be opened this month
by the Alaska Packers' association and early
forecasts are for a rather firm market.
AMERICAS LIVESTOCK PRICES
Chlaag He (10.7S
Chicago. Aug. 2. (I. N. S.I Hogs Re
ceipts, 16,000; be t Usbta strong; others weak
to 10c lower. Bulk. $7.90 10.70; top.
$10.75: medium weight. $9.90 010.65; light
weight. $10.65 10.75; light lights, (10.40
10.6; heavy packing sows, smooth, (8.00 0
8 40; packing sows, rough. 87.25 0 8.00; pigs,
8 7.1 as 10. SO.
Cattle Receipts. 10.000; market fteady to
strong. Top, (10 05. uef steer jnojee
and prime, (10.00 10.75 ; medium aad good,
$8.15 010.00; good and choice. $9.O0
10.30; common and medium, $8.5009.00.
Butcher eattle Heifers. $5.25 0 9.00; eowa.
$4.1508.26; bulla. 34.OO06.5O. Csnners
sjMf imdn Tows and heifers. 13.00 04.15
canner steers, .33.7 5 0 5.2 3; real calvea (light
and hendjrweightl, $9.25 010.50; feeder
steers, $5.59 0 7.65: stocker cows and heifers,
$3.60 0 5.75.
Sheeo Reeeiots. 4000: market steady.
Lambs (84 Iba down). (11.75 12.86; lambs
(85 lbs. down). $7.75011.50; yearling
wethers. $8.50011.00; ewes, $3.2507.65:
ewes (culls and common), $2.0008.75;
breeding ewes. $3.00 011.50; feeder lambs,
Kansas City Hag 910.2(3
Kansas UUy, Aug. 2. ( I. N. S.) CatU.
receipts 80O0; mark et" steady ; steers. 88.50 0
10.26; eewa and betfem. 15. SO 9.25 ; stack
ers and feeders. $6.0008.60; calves,, $8.00
Hogs Kecelpta 70O; market actirer bulk
of sales. $.7510.15; top, $10.25: heavies.
$.6010.O0: lighte, $1)86 0 10.26; medi-
Sheep KeceipU 50OO ; market bearish;
lambs. $12.000 12.60; ewes. $6.000 7.00.
Seattle Hobs $18. OO
Sesttle, Aug. 2. Cattle: Receipts, 78;
market weak: prime steers. 37.50 8.00 ;
common to good. 35.0006.00; medium to
choice, $7.00 7.50; beat cow and heifers,
$5 60 6.00: common to good. $3.00 & 5 00:
medium to choice. $5.00 0 6.60; prime light
calves, $7.00 8.00: heavy calves, (.ou 8
5.00; bulls. $3.00 0 4.00.
Hen: Rrceints. 93: market strong: prime
lights, $12.500 13.00; rough hearies. $7.00
9.00: smooth lieavies. $11.0091200;
pigs. $12.00 012.50.
Sheep: Receipts. 480: market strong: year
lings. $8.00 0 8.50; wethers. $6.00 7.00;
ewes, $2.00 0 5.00: prime lambs, $10,90 0
11.00; cull lambs, $6.0008.00.
Denver Hogs $10.26
Denver. Aug. 2. (U. P.) Cattle Re
ceipts. 600; market strong. Steers. $7.00
10.00; cows and heifers, $4.20 0 8.15; stock
en sod feeders, $5.00 0 7.75; bulls. (2.75 0
4.00: calves. $6.00(8)9.00.
Hog Receipts. 400; market steady. Tope,
$10,25: bulk. $10.00 010.10.
Sheep Receipts. 200; market unchanged
lambs, $11.00 12.00: ewes. $5.00 0 6.60,
Omaha Hog $10.80
Omaha. Aug. 2. Cattle Receipts, 4300
good and choice fed steers, steady; in between
kinds, strong. Tops, I860 pound steers.
$10.35: sll other classes fully sresdy.
Hogs Receipts. 10,000; butcher bogs
generally steady. Packing grades, 10c to 15c
lower. Bulk, mixed and packing: grades, $i.50
8.60; bulk butcher hogs, $9.50 010.26;
Sheep Receipts, 9000; lambs, 10c higher.
Sheep and feeders, steady. Ewes, tope, (7.00.
San F rand so Hog (1Z-S0
San Francisco. Ang. 2. (U. P.) Cattle
Crass fed steers. No. 1. 6H 7; second qual
ity, 6 "a 6 4 ; cows snd heifers, 4 H 4 ;
calves, light, 8 0 9; calves, heavy, 507.
Sheep Lambs. 1OH011H; wethers, 6H
07; ewes, 304.
Hogs Hard grain, weight 100-175. 12 H;
over 800, 10 H.
X. T. COTTOX 18 INFLUENCED
BY WEAsvrXESS AT LIVERPOOL
New York. Aug. 2. The action of today's
cotton market waa a disappointment to people
who had bought cotton on the email go's na
scent Crop indications of yesterday. It had
been expected by yesterday' bnyr that th
Liverpool market would reflect an increased
demand from spinners bat instead Liverpool
was relatively easy aad the market her opened
at a decline of 82 points an order of 2 to
LIT points under scattering liquidation. The
Wis position to liquidate yesterday's purchases
waa doubtless Increased by a- somewhat las fav-
porable view of th labor situation and prospects
for slightly lower temperature in th Sonth
west which roe seated a possible change in tha
weather which has been dry and hot since tan
middle er July. At any rata, the market was
under conatderabl pressure, while thar was
not a great deal of demand and prices worked
off to 21. 9 for Lcember or about 32 to 37
points net lower. This represented a dechne
of approximately a cent a pound from the high
price touched on th advance of yesterday aft
ernoon aad offerings than became lass aesiv
with, th market showing a disposition to wait
for Texas weather prospects to develop more
clearly. - ,
Th cotton market opened lower today on
poor Liverpool cables and liquidation. Senti
ment waa leas bullish and the weather nsrws
from the Southwest continued unfavorable.
Liquidation increased in volume in the last hoar
and the market closed heavy, off 17 ttf 56
Price reported by Overbeek Cooke Co. ;
Open. High. Low. Cleee.
January .. 2204 2206 2155 2155
Marci . .. 2200 2203 2152 2152
May 2190 2198 2140 2145
July - 2180
October 2218 3228 2179 2178
December 2213 S?23 2177 2177
New York spot market 2206: quiet.
Liverpool cotton closed 60 points down.
Easter Cask Grata
Minneapolis, Aug. 2. Caah wheat: No. 1
dark northern, $1.29 0 1.41 ; No. 2.
1.80 01.98; No. 3. 81.19 0 1.88 :
No. 1 northern, ( w40186; No. 2.
(1.19 T 1.(1 a ; No. S. (1.14 1.2 ;
No. 1 dark hard Montana, (1.21 1.36 ;
No. 1 hard Montana, $1.11: No. 1 dnnuo,
$1.80 01.08: No, 2. 9601.OOJ;
No. 8. 9095e.
Chicago, Ang. 2. Caah wheat: No. 3 red,
81.07 01.08; No. 8. 31.06 01.07: No.
1 bard, $1.10 H 01.11 ; No. 2. $1.10
1.11; No. 8. (1.09: No. 1 dark northern
spring. (1.(191.(1: No. 1 mixed, (1.08;
No. 2. (1.07 01.09.
Core No. 2 yellow. 624e: No. 8.
63 068; Ka 2 white. 63 0 64.
Wianlpec. A eg. 2. Cash wheat: No, 1
northern, 31.80; No. 2; (1.19; No. 8.
31.16 ; No. 4. (1.00: No, 8. 95 e;
Ne. . lc; track. (1.19; feed, tle.
CaSeaffo Dairy Prod see
. Chicago, Ang. 2. f L N. 8.) Butter Re
ceipts 8480 tuba. Creamery, extra, (3 c:
estr firata, (2 ; firsts, 29 032 He: pack
ing stoeH , 23 0 24c
Ess Receipt 18,223 eases; miscellane
ous!. 19019 Hes ordinary firsts, 1 A 18 He;
first. 1929He; extra. 21 H 022c: ehecka,
1ST : dlrtass. loc
.Chess twin, new llKSllUt- eWisU.
18et , Toung America. 18 He 19c; Lessa
Un, 19 19e; brick. 18018.
- un reautrr Tursaye, 25e; chickens, 18
0 22c: apnng broilers, 21 02Sc; gees, i 4 0
Sic; ducks. 22c
Kw Tork Battsr aad Errs
New Tork. Ana 3. L N. S.) Butter
Market, steadier. Creamery extras, 84 0 86e:;
aoonng. 84 87e: state dairy toss. 27
(4e; ktdais fresh axtras. 19 20c
Chess Market, dull. Whole ssOk specie,
flat. 20021c; average ran. 19-019
lowr grade. 18 018HC Wiacernain, wnoss
naUar fancy Young Aaserieaa. 30e; state
stens, speciaM. 160e,
, ,Mgs aiaraec (assay : naarvjy white, faaen
45 046: nearby brown, fancy, 83(9ci
aztra, 2S 24. firsts.. 22 024c
MUkTbe wraasl whoasaal price is 8-2.89
ct delivered ta New Tork. Official ouota-
WlaJv( IVaeat Ojtloas
Winnipeg. Ang. 3. Wheat: . -
tkMt- . Hvk
fV. -..l.f.110V4 -11
Dee, . .107 187'
BASIS IS BETTER
BAHLET BIDS BOOSTED
Bids on brewiaar barley on the
Merchants Exrkasge advanced
sharply at W edaesdays aasslon.
Tke new btda were S29.46, which Is
a raise of 31 oyer Taesday's qse.
tatlon, while feed karley was nn-ehaag-ed
at (S7 per ton.
WEDNESDAY WHEAT BIDS
Bid. . ago.
Hard white $1.68 $1.13
Soft white 1.96 - 1.12
White elan 1.88 1.12
Hard winter 1.96 1.87
Red Walla im I.9
NORTHWEST. GRAIN RECEIPTS
Compiled by the Merchants' Exchange.
Portland Wheat. Barley. Flour. Oats. Hay.
Wednesday. . . 24
3 5 1
32 140 32
29 226 60
Year ago .... 184,
Season to date 877
Year ago. 2112
Tuesday 82.... .... 1
Year ago .... 36 , ....
Season to date 450 8 78 7
Year ago .. 551 16 86 7
Tuesday 19.,... 18 1
Year ago. ... 4 . . . . 5 1
Season to date 435 .... 149 32
Tear ago 353 7 158 17
Foreign and domestic wheat trade condi
tions were better at th Wednesday opening,
although there waa little action noted in th
local territory. Liverpool and Buenos Aires
were higher for options, and abowed a mora
optimistic feeling generally, but their ad
vances for the day were for th most part an
indication that the decline was progressing
too far or too quickly.
Locally there ia little disposition to do much
business in wheat. Present wants of the en
porters are confined to very small volume of
white club, and seemingly ther is no special
hurry to make these purchases. Most of the
limited business in this line for the 24 hours
was around 1.101.11 per bushel tidewater
Limited volume of flour business from the
Orient is reported, with a fair sprinkling of
the activity from Manila. Local flour trade
conditions are very quiet.
WHEAT Caah buying price, tidewater
track delivery: Club, $1.1001.11 bushel;
ordinsry blues tem. $1.25; Big Bend blnestem,
$1.250180; Tmkev red, $1.1501.17; red
Russian. (1.08 1.09.
FI-OL'R Selling price, mill door: Patent,
$7.75 0 8 00; Willamette valley brands. $6.10
6.25: local straight, $6.80; bakers' hard
white. $7.80; bakers' blnestem. $7.60; bakers'
pastry, $5.90 per bbl. ; graham, $6.80; whole
wheat, $7.00; rye. $6.80 per bbl. Price for
city delivery, 15c extra; auburban, 20c extra.
HAY Buying price: Willamette timothy,
fancy, $19.00 0 20.00: Eastern Oregon tim
othy. $21.00022.00 per ton; clover, $17.00:
straw. $8.00; alfalfa. $16.50 0 17.00; grain
hay, $16.30 017.00 per ton.
GRALN SACKS Nominal, No. 1 Calcutta,
10 He for new crop delivery. Domestic bags,
10 He each.
MILLSTUFFS Mill roj st mill, sacked,
ton lots, $31.00 0 33.00; carload lots. (31.00;
middlings, $50.00 per ton.
OATS Per ton. buying price: Feed,
$35.00; milling, $36.60.
BARLEY Buying price: Feed, $27.50;
brewing, $29.50 0 30.00.
FEEDSTCFFS F. O. B. mills: Rolled
barley, $36.00 0 87.00: whole barley. $34.00
35.00; alfalfa meal. $29.00; coeoanut
meal, $29.00 0 30.00; cracked corn. (37.00
38.00; whole corn. (35.00 0 36.00.
Merchant Exchange bids:
Hard white ( 1.08
Soft White l.Ofl
White club 1.0S
Has winter 1.06
Northern spring 1.06
Red Walla 1.08
No. 2 white .
No. 2 gray .
. . 85.00
No. 2 E. Y. shipment. ... $30.00
Wheat Market Is
Chicago. Aug. 2. It was a narrow market
in wheat today. Price moved within a nar
row range. There was good baying early, which
absorbed the hedge, and thereafter prices ral
lied about Ho on local buying only to en
counter selling in sufficient voluro to cause
a setback again. News of u$icient impor
tance to affect the market waa missing. The
rail and coal strikes remain unsettled, but de
spite this fact primary receipts were 800.000
bushels mors than a year ago. Export demand
was quiet, only a little nearby wheat being
worked. Demand for deferred shipment waa
light. Cash premiums were unchanged. Min
neapolis reported bids for cash wheat aa much
aa 5c lower in some instances. Goodman es
timated the Canadian wheat crop at 320,
000,000 bushels, with the condition the best
Corn was sy in tone. There waa scattered
commission house selling, while buying power
waa not near aa great aa of late. Some of
the larger local shorts covered around the
low point and took their profits. Arrivals in
earn are still of good volume.
Oats were quiet and the market was af
fected by the action of corn. Cash house
old a little oats. Buying power waa limited.
Shipping demand for oata waa moderate.
Provisions were quiet. Lard waa firmer be
cause of ,the decrease in stocks. Sales of
810,000 pounds of loose lard were reported
at 40e under September and 200,000 regular
lard at September price in store.
Wheat closed e to c lower, due to local
liquidation. September closed at 31.05 0
1.05: December, $1.07 1.07 ; May.
Corn closed S e to 1 e lower. September,
6161e; December, 6757ic;
May. 61 He.
Oats closed e to e lower. September,
8383e: December. 35c; May. 89 He.
Lard closed 2 e to 6 higher. Bib closed
Chicago rang of prices furnished by United
Open. High. Low. Close.
Sept- v... 106 107 106 105
Dec .... 108 109 107 107
May 112 112 116 116
Sept. .... 61 62 61 61
Dec 5S 68 67 57
May 81 62 61 61
Bept. 83 38 33 8$
Dec 86 86 86 86
May (9 40 (9 89-
Sept .... 78 78 73 78
Dec ..... 75 76 74 74
Sept. .... 88 66 86 65
.Dec 68 68 68
Sept. . 11(7 1140 IKS 11(7
fees, v.. .1065 1083 1060 1080
8aa Fraaeiseo Poultry Market
San Francisco. Ang. 2. (U. P.) Poul
try Broilers, 1 to 1 Iba., 29 (le: 1
to 1 lb. (0 (2c; 3 to 2 Iba, 30 0
Sis;. fry. 82((c: reung roosters, 8 Ib.
And op. 43 45c: stagey, 28 0 $Oe; colored
eld roosters, 1 7 1 8c ; leghorn old roasters, 14
018c; leghorn hens. 2 to S lbs., 16 ISo;
3 lbs. and over, 18 0 20c; large colored hens,
9S3e; docks. young. 16 020c; gees,
ytmng, 2022e; Uv turkeys, 32035c;
dressed tarkeye. o0 4Oe: aqnaoa, live, tastcy,
69 0 52c
Xsw Tort Pesltry Market
New lork. Ang. 2. (L N. S.) Dreesed
pooltry Market firm: broilers, 37 042c;
fowls, 18 081; turkeys, 26 0 66c; docks.
30 025c; geese. 16018c
Ltv poultry Market barely steady; broil
er, 31080c; fowls, 210 25c; turkey. 20 0
6c: rrxssterx. 18c; dacaa, 20 0 26e; gee,
Kew York Wol aad Hides
Hew Tata. Au- 2. (t If. S.) Wool
atarket staady. DossvastJa fleeee XI Ohio.
(44Te; d usees 'Ja pulled, scoansd bejsia. 60a
81.00; daaneade Tex a, scoured baaia, 65c
0 81.20; territory stapte, scoared baaia, 6a
Hid market strong. Sattvo steer, lgtic:
Branded steer. 17c
Sasi Vraaeisea Ploar Lower -
San Fvaeaco, Aaa . (U. P. nr
Pnea wr eoc o nag oarres waoMaaa la
OF VALLEY HIGH
WEDJTESDAT UYESTOCK TRADE
Hogs. Steers. Lamb.
Portland ....(lt.96 $84 $118
Cn Ira ere l.7( 18,76 12.85
Omaha tftJ . 16.7
Denver '18 J 19.M 13.89
SaaFraaclse liXSf-lJH il.it
Kaaaas City, ltJia 18-2 1S.68
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK RUN
Hogs. Cattle. Calves. Sheep. Care.
Wednesday ... 22 66 . . . 782 6
"Week ago 49 29 8 1173 7
2 weeks ago.. 294 19 3 ... 11
4 weeks aao.:. 725 63 '268 9
Year ago .... 296 62 ... 262 8
2 years aao.. . . S3 255 2
3 yean aao. . . 269 89 B 532 9
4 years mo... 500 50 ... 20O 8
Six loads of livestock totaled Wednesday's
run at North Portland and all were for the
market- Bogs were steady, as were sheep and
laanbs. while cattle continued on a nominal
Willamette valley select lambs were uie real
feature of the Wednesday morning trade at
North Portland. For some stock the sales
were recorded a high as (11, which ia the
extreme point available for east of the moun
tain tops. In fact comparatively spesk4ng.
some Willamette valley lamb offerings cannot
be beat for quality. The general price list ia
General sheep and lamb range:
Prime ease mountain lambs. .. $10.00 11 O'O
Choice valley Ismbs.
9.00 10. no
Medium valley lsmbs
Common valley lamb . . ...
Light w tliers ,
. .. 8 00 9 00
. .. 6.00 8.00
. .. 5.00 6 00
. .. 6.00 7.00
. .. 7.00 8.00
6.00 0 6.00
6.00 0 7.00
. .. 2.00 5.00
It is a nominal market at the beat for
cattle at Korth Portland. The email run of
odds and nda for the day showed a dull buy
ing tone srith no change in sentiment.
General cattle market range:
Stioic steers $ 7.50 8.00
edium to good steers 6.75 7.50
Fair to medium steers. 6.75 6.75
Common fair steers. 4.00 6.75
Choice cows and heifers 6.00 3.50
Medium ta good cows, heifers 4 50 5.00
Fair to medium eowa, heifers .3.50 4.50
Common to fair cows, heifers 3.00 3.50
Csnners 3.00 8.50
Bulls 8.00 8.75
Choice feeders 6.00 6.60
Fair to good feeders 4.00 6.00
Choice dairy calves 7.60 0 8.00
Prime light calves 7.00 7.60
Medium Deht calves 6.00 7.00
Heavy dairy calves 4.00 6.00
Swine Pries Moid
Swine ji rices held intact at North Portland
Wednesday. Day's run was a mere handful
and consisted of wagon stuff which sold at the
General hog market range:
Prime ligtst (12.50 013.00
Smooth heavy, 230-300 lbs.. 11.50012.25
Smooth heavy. 300 lbs up... 10.00 011.50
Rough heavy 8.00 0 8.75
Fat pigs 12 00 012.50
Feeders pigs , 12.00 012.60
otaa B.O0 0 V.UU
. . . 520
. .. 785
. .. H50
. .. :50
. .. 73
. . . 90
. .. 135
. ..1045 (
. .. 670
. .. 900
. ..1110 (
. .. 740
. .. 891
..1190 $ 3.00 1
.. S65 $ 4.50 j
4 . .
7 . .
1 . ,
$ 9.00 1 69
11.00 i 25.4
$ 5.00 1 1
110 ( 3.50
172.... 96 ( 7.00 I 232.... 91 ( 7.23
234 91 7.25 I
Vdnday Mornlna, Sales
No. Ave. lbs. Price. No. Ave. lbs. Price.
1. . . 810 ( 2.00 I
65... 86 (10.60 16... 108 $10.00
14... 167 10. SO 18... 11.00
133... 81 10.50 i 6.., 78 10.00
18... 78 10.00 12... 65 8.00
6... 60 8.00 I 6... 76 10.00
5... 158 (12.75 2... 180 (18.00
1... 280 9.00 2 216 12.85
2... 240 12.50 1... 270 12.78
1... i0 13.00 8... 168 12.85
2... 120 ( 5 00 8... 136 ( 5.00
1. . . 130 5 00 1. . . 150 4.00
103 ( 7.00
88 ( 7.00 17.
119 ( 7.00
ADVANCE IX COTTON GOODS
MARKET FIRMLY MAINTAINED
New York. Aug. 2. The market for eotton
goods maintained the slight advances mad
yesterday when the government cotton crop
report became poblic But while th business
was in gnater volume ther was no naeb, of
buying orders. Fear of th affect on consumer
buying of any marked advance was a restrict
ing influence. Standard point cloth war in
fair demand, however, and some good business
was donain sheetings. Cotton duckwaa firm
and fine conn, oods were steady. Sateens,
drills and twills wer rather dull.
Improved trend In the market for finished
silk goods and the advance in production was
manifest in the raw silk market although manu
facturers were earnest seekers for bargain
WORSTED OFFERINGS RESPON8E
STABILIZES ViQOV -MARKET
Boston. Aug. 2. Th response to the wor
sted offerings baa had a stabilising affect on
the wool market and Summer street price
wr very firm. Buying ia still of only mod
erate proportions, however, as manufacturers
are earefully determining just what wools they
will require before entering the market.
Th Western shipments are arriving in con
siderable bm la
Buying for American account has been
brisk in the English .marketa
Adv .... "
Abmeek 8 V
Overbeek A Cooke company)
Ask- ! -Bid. Ask.
S H ' N Butte
12 " 1
84 JN' Lake
28 jOaeola M
a i lObijawa
.? Pond Ck
Sfw 'S Lake .
Ual A H 288
N Corn. i
IX 3u Boston
" it a vf
So Cop .
Tri Cop .
U S M. .
L dO Bfd
l.i cr.. 162
Kae-w'e . 2
KerrJL. .. T
Lk Cop. 4 h
la'AaDa . 1
May O C 4
Mas Val. 1
New Yerx-Londoa Silver
New York, Aug. 3. Commercial bar sUrer.
domestic unchanged at 911 e; foreign un
changed at CO He.
londosv. Aug- 2. Bar silver was d hiaher
at 85 d-
. Mtnseapaits. Aug. z. -
S2.XS I Uotober. $2.1 : arrive. 82.27
' DolutA, Asa, 3. Flax September, $3.28 ;
caa track, x.x g.28 ; arrive, (3.28
San Fraaeiae Cash Grata
Jsrn rraaeiaea, Aug. z (TJ. P.) Barley:
Soot, feed, per coaxal. $1.1T 01.20; ahip-
( I.zs v i.. uecemoay nana? causa.
boob, (1.2J Bid, (1.22 asked,
XInaeajrelis Wheat OpUoas
mlasseapesli. Ang. 2. Wheat;
Cpo. Hurh. Low. Ckssa.
Sept .'-(1-1 $1.18 (1.11. $1.11
IS MANAGER OF
UNION ON FRONT
H. 8. Eaton has severed his connec
tion with the Pacific Steamship com
pany, the Admiral Line, and will here
after manage the affairs ; of the Wa
terfront Employers' union, with head
quarters at the neutral hall. No. 84
North Fifth street. T. B. Watson,
formerly tntercoastal agent of the Pa
cific Steamship company, with head
quarters at Seattle, -has been chosen
to succeed Eaton at Portland.
Action of tha Employers' union in
selecting a permanent managar was
taken at a meeting; of the working
committee yesterday afternoon. Eaton,
together with C. D. Kennedy, of the
Oregon & Ocean Corporation, and D.
A. Pattullo of Balfour. Guthrie & Co.,
have been In charge of the working
program. On account of his extensive
experience and knowledge of the
steamship business Eaton was picked
to handle the working plans of the
union and manage the haiL ,
H. S. Eaton -was transferred from
the San FTanclsco office of the Pacific
Steamship company to Portland sev
eral months ago. He took, charge as
general agent May 1. Me has- been
connected with the Admiral Line for
the past five years. In the early part
of 1921 he relieved the late Frank
O'Connor for a time in tha local 'office.
Changes are effective today. Wat
son will take up his duties at the gen
eral office In the Railway Exchange
building, and Eaton goes to the neu
JAPANESE SHIPS FOR FALL
XOADIXG TO BE A5SOCXCED
The names of Japanese ships for
both full cargoes and parcel lota for
September loading will be announced
within a few days by Suzuki & Co.,
which has a number of vessels to be
released. The company announces
that the parcel lots will form the
greater amount of the tonnage that
goes to the westward from Portland.
The Japanese steamship Atsuta
Maru, now outbound from London for
Yokohama via Suez,. Js reported as
fixed for wheat, fulf cargo to the
United Kingdom, for September load
ing, but none of the exporters will ad
mit that they have taken the charter.
She Is a Nippon Yusen Kaisha boat
and measures 4962 tons. . Five other
craft are noted as taken, but the names
For September loading In the inter
ests of the Japan-Pacific, the Dutch
steamship Ara'tan will come in the lat
ter part of the month as a berth liner
and practically a full cargo has been
lined up' from the Columbia river for
the South, Straits settlements and Ba
tavia. Rates are better and flour will
figure big In the parcel lots.
A. M. SCOTT OF ASTORIA TO
DEPART OX TRIP TO OEIEXT
A. M. Soott, foreign manager for the
Astoria Flouring Mills company, will
leave Seattle on the steamship Presi
dent Madison for the Orient. Scott
expects to be gone two months. As a
rambler over land and sea in the sales
of Oregon flour Scott holds the record
for the season. He just returned from
fcfur months In the United Kingdom
and the continent "Sandy" Scott was
for many years connected with the
Portland Flouring Mills company.
HOQTJIAM HABI5E SOTE9
Hoquiam, Wash., Aug. 2. Steamer
Catherine G. Sudden come in at noon
Thursday from San Francisco to take a
lumber cargo at the Grays Harbor milL
Steamer Florence Olson came in from
San Francisco at 3 p. m. to take a
cargo of lumber at the Western mill,
Steamer West Jessup was expected
tonight from Port Ludlow, Wash.
Steamer Svea reached port from San
Francisco at 8 o'clock In the morning
and is loading at the Wilson mill.
Steamer San Jacinto, which came
in at noon Monday, is now loading at
the E. K. Wood mill.
ALL AL05G THE WATERFKOIfT
With a full list of passengers and
capacity freight for ports in Califor
nia, the Admiral line steamship Sen
ator sailed Wednesday morning from
terminal No. 2.
The Dutch steamship Eemdijk of the
Holland-American line, left down Wed
nesday morning. She will take on
pickled fish and canned fish at As
toria for Rotterdam.
The steamer K. H. Meyer has shifted
to St. Helens to load lumber for San
The Japanese steamship Mandisan
Maru is leading: lumber at the South
ern Pacific open dock.
The steamer Annette Rolph is dis
charging general cargo at Albers dock.
POSITIONS OF VES8EXS
Radio reports from North Head give the po
sition of tha following vessels at 8 p. m., Aug
Yoaeniite. Fort Ludlow for Ran Francisco,
108 miles south of Cane Flattery.
Tug Sea Lion, towing log raft, Columbia
river for Ban Diego, 40 mile south of Co
Dilworth, San FYs ncisco for Portlsnd. 42
miles south cf Columbia river lightship.
West Jessup. Portlsnd , for Aberdeen, fire
mile east of Destruction island.
Baron Polwortb, Vancouver for Cuba, SO
mile from Vancouver.
(By Federal Telegraph Radio)
Robin Adair, San Francisco for New Tork,
180 miles north of Can Pedro.
La Purisima, Portland for Oleum, 223 miles
north of Oleum
Oleum, San Diego for Ventura, 85. miles
Horace X. Baxter, San Francisco for Seattle,
15 miles north of Point Reyea
W. F. Herrin. 'Port Costa for Seattle, 82
miles north of San Francisco.
DAIRY PRODUCE OF THE COAST
(so Franolsoo Markat
Ban Francico, Aug. 2. (U. P.) Batter
Kxtre. 44c; prim firsts, 41e; firsts,
Eggs Extras. 29c; extras, firsts. 28c; first,
25c; extra pullets, 24 c; andersued pullets,
1 6 e per doxen.
Cheese California flats, fancy. 22 ; firsts,
18 per pound.
Seattle, Ang. 2. Kgga Select raneah. 27
0 2Se per mo.
Butter City creamery, 46c; bricks, 48c.
Cheese Oregon triplets, 23c; Yonng
Let Anoas Mark
Lea Angeles, Ang. 2. Butter, 48c
Kggs Extras. 80c; caa count, 28c; pul
let. 234 per dosea.
Poultry Hens, 17c; broiler, 24 0 27e;
POTATOES AL050 THE COAST
an Fraocsieo saarket
San Francisco. Ang. 2. (O. P.) On
ion New Crop, yellow, per cwt., (169 0
1.75; green onion. (1.26 01.(0.
Pots t oi New. 1 0 2c per lb.
Seattle. Ana. 2. (I. N. 8. ) Pot toe
Yakima Gems. (38.00 40.00 pr ton.
La ana market
lass Angeles. Aug. 2. Potatoes "rw stock.
beat locals, (1.16 01.40; mostly (1.23.
: Nw.w Tork Potato Market
New York, Anc.,-3. (I. N, at.) Potatoes
fla balk, berrat or basl Market tamer;
nearby white, (1.00S.6(T; Southern. (1.(0
Lfver-BoeH 'Wheat Market
Liverpool. Aa. .3. Wheat:
Open, : Close. Gain.
SMpbsmber....: 10 2d 10 2d d
December 10 d ; IPs d 3d
.- 1 j,
: V. t BaeawvAlraa Tfheall i -aaenoa
Aim. "Ana. - 2.- Wket Ooetring
e asanas-. Jot - t ana
Flax 3 lnaher. ,
TIDES AT ASTORIA THUKSDAT
High Water : Low Water :
10 -.17 a. m.. .( ft, :05 a. m.. Q.l ft.
9:32 p, m., (.4 ft. (:6p. rru, 2.8 ft.
Seaside High water mln. earlier
Seaside Low water, 21 mln. earlier
Vsnexuela. . Praariara for "ew Tork,
644 miss somth f Saa Francisco.
Labrea, 8an Fisadseo for Saa Pedro, 88
mile north of i San Pedro.
Yorbe Linda (aeon). Saa Pedro far Toku
Tama. 102O mile teem San Pedro.
t'eiilo. San Pedro for Saa k'ranciaeo, 10
mile a eat of Saa Pedro.
Northland. Saa Francisco for BelSaghani.
403 miles north of Saa Franctsco.
' Loch Katrine, - Balboa for Saa Pedro. 290
mile south of Saa Pedro.
By Naval Badia
Thorn P. Seal. Portland for Seattle.
SS mile south Tatooah.
Yosrmite. Portland for Saa Fianeiaeo,
16$ mile south Cap Flattery.
Tug Sea Lion, tawinng log raft, Columbia
river for Saa Diego. 40 mike Cohimbia
Fred Baxter; Everett for Saa Pedro,
710 miles 8a oi Pedro.
Cotton Plantar Coo Bay for Saa Fran
cisco, miles Cooa Bay.
Burnside, Takles for Seattle, 622 miles
.Dolly C. L'nibss Bay. B. C for Seatxla,
112 mile Seattle,
News of the Port
' Dilworth, aawtuas , steamer,) from Saa
Annette Rolph. American steamer, from
San Ftanciaco, general.
,M ARISE ALMANAC
VesUtr as. HIvWs Mouth
North Head. As. 2. Conditions at th
mouth of th river at noon: Sea.' smooth;
wind north. 24 milea; weather, cloudy.
Portland humid tiy at nana 81.
DAILY RIVER READINGS
8:00 a. m.. Pacific Time.
1 JtS I
0 0.0O R8
Portland . I
0 to . 00 ... ,
. 10.00 80
Th tVillamvtt river at Portland win
remair, nearly stationary during the next
three days except ss effected by the tide.
AT WORLD'S PORTS
Astoria, Ang 2. Sailed at midnight, steam
er Georgian Rolph. for San Pedro, via Ban
Francisco. Sailed at 2 a m.. steamer Kaox
vHle City, for Puget Sound porta Sailed at
4 a. m. motonhip Babinda. for San Pedro,
via San Francisco. .
Astoria, Aug. 1. Sailed at 12:1.0 p. m
steamer Tlioe. P. Beal, for New York and way
ports, via Puget Sound. Arrived, at 2:10 "and
left up at 8:80 p. m., steamer Annett Rolph,
from San Francisco. Arrived at 8:80 and left
up at 7 p. nx., steamer Dilworth, from Baa
Eureka, Ana. 1. Sau.su. steamer Admiral
Goodrich. from Saa Francisco, for Coos Bay
San Pedro, Aug. 1. Arrived.' steamer
Daisy Putnam, from Cohimbia river. Bailed,
steamer Celilo, for San Francisco and Portland.
Sailed, steamer Solano for Colombia river.
Sailed, steamer Hattie Lnckenbach, from New
Orleans for San Francisco and Portland. Ar
rived, steamer Admiral Farragut, from San
Dieeo for San Francisco and Portland.
Hongkong. July 81 Arrived, President
Grant, from- Seattle. Sailed. July 28, SB
press of Russia, for Manila.
Shanghai. July 20. Sailed, Bmpreas of
Canada, for Vancouver; President Jackson, for
Seattle; Yokohama Maru, for Seattle.
Aberdeen. Aug. 1. Arrived. Catherine G.
Sudden, from San Francisco. 1 p. m. ; Flor
ence Olson, from San Pedro, 2:80 p. so. ; Svea,
from San Pedro, 8 am.
Victoria. Aug. 2. Passed in.- Baron Pol
warth, from Manati for Vancouver, 10 a. m.
Psased out. Simaloer. from Vancouver for
Batavia, 9 a. m. Sailed. A4g. 1. President
atcKinley, for Seattle. 10:80 a m.
Vancouver. Aug. 1. Sailed, Dardaaua, for
Seattle, a p. m.
Dungeneaa. Aug. 1. Passed in, Eldorado,
for Seattle. 12:40 ix m.
Port Towaeend, Aug. 2. Psaaed in. East
Ham for Seattle, 6:80 a. m.; Aug 1, Fulton,
for Seattle, 6 p. m. ; Eldorado, for Seattle,
2 20 p. m. Passed out. Aug. 1, Admiral
Dewey, for Vancouver, 1 :80 p. m. ; Brush, for
Portland. Maine. 11:16 a. m.
Point WeUs. Aug. 1. Arrived, Charli
rv arson, xrom luenmsna. i :8l a ns.
Seattle. Aug. 1. Sailed steamer Walter A.
Lnckenbach, from Pontlend, for New York and
way ports. Arrived steamer Derblay, from
West Coast ports, for Portland
San Diego Aug. 1. Sailed steamer Ad
miral Farragut, for Portland and way port.
Sailed, steamer Multnomah, for ban Francisco
Antwerp, July 81. Arrived Norwegian mo
torship George Washington, from Portland.
New York, Aug. 1. Arrived steamer Amer
ican, from Portland and way porta,
Balboa, July 81. Sailed steamer City of
Rangoon, from Hull for Portland.
Cristobal. July 81. Sailed British stesmer
Benlawers. from Portland, for United King
dom. Sailed steamer Eagle, from 'Portland,
Rotterdam. July 29. Sailed Dutch steamer
Kmderdijg, from Hamburg, for Puget Sound
Boston, Aug. 1. Cleared, steamer Bin Tri
angle, from Portland, for Portland, M.
San Francisco. Aug. 1, Arrived. Santa
Rosa, New York, 2:15 a. m. : Henry F. Grove,
New York, 2:15 a m. ; Ohioan. Astoria, 6
s. m. ; LaPlaeentia, Los Angeles. 6:60 a. m. ;
Kmnon. Columbia River, 7am.; Elsegundo,
Los Angeles, 7:20 a. m. ; Bane 98. Loa An
geles, 7:20 a. m. ; Matsonia, Honolulu, 7:60
a. m. ; Johsn Poaben. Astoria, 8:10 a. m.;
Dorothy Alexander, Seattle, 8:05 a. m.; Lewi
Lnckenbach, Everett, 10:16 a. m. ;' Acme,
Bandon, 11:30 a. m. ; Bsndon, Bsndon. 11:80
. m. ; Paralso. Grays Harbor, 12:86 p. m. ;
Elisabeth. Bandon, 9:80 p. as. Sailed, Wa
pama for Portland, 1:16 a. at.; Doii Crane,
Fanning Islands. 8:40 a. m. ; Jeptha. Seat.
11:45 a. m. ; Montebello, for Los Angeles. li
noon; Wm. F. Herrin, Seattle, 1:20 p. i;
Horace X. Baxter, for Seattle. 8:50 p. ntf;
Harvard, Loa Angeles, 4:16 p. m. : Yellowstone,
'oos Bay. 4 125 p. m. ; Arixonian, Seattle,
-12:10 p. m.; Cnimak, Fort Bran, 4:80
p. m.; Ruth Alexander, Seattle. 8:16 p. m.
Ran FranciMo. Aug. 2.- Arrived Wai
runs, Newcastle. 8 s. m. Humboldt.
Ix Angeles, 6.2r a. m ; Mexican steemer
Chihuahua. Masatlsn, 6:36 a. m. ; , Hawai
ian, Boston, 7:16 . m. : Brunswick. San
Diego. 8:30 a. m. : alary Winkelman. Port
Angeles, 8 10 a. m. Sailed Ohioan, Roe
ton. 1:25 a, m-; Wast O'Bawaa. Portland.
0:15 a. m
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. New York .
. '. Orleans .
. Han Fran . . .
. San Fran. .
. Baltimore .
. Tacoma . . .
. New Xsfk . .
Bo ob ya Ha .......
Admiral Goodrich . .
Steel Voyager ....
Henry S. Grove .. . . .
Hamulus . ........
Wert Jessup .....
HatUe Lockankach .
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. . .Ana 4
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. .Aog. 6
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TiHeboet . . ,
iDokaiaj afsm . . . .
Mandaasn Mam . . .
Admiral Goodrich. . .
Unit ; .
Simaloar -. .
F. I. Luckenbacb. . ,
..Japan J.,...Aaa. 4
. . Kobe .1 Ang. 6
..Orient Ang. 8
..H. a.-Way . . ..Aug. 6
..Orient ......Aug. 6
, Ettropa ..... Aug t
. .8. F.-Pedro ..-Aug. 7
. .Montreal Aug 8
..Wart Coast ...Ang. 9
..San Fran ...Aug. 9
..Orient,.' .Aug. 9
..New York ...Aug. 12
. .New York ...Ang. 9
, , Drydoek
. . St. Hsiens
..... Inmaa Poolaea
Trrmtaal No. J
4 . O-W. Dock
. 8. T. Dock
Annette Rolph . . . ,
Ayaha Msra .....
Ev H. Meyer ...
Mandaaan Mara ...
Mextgoiiaa Prino .
Ryder Hanify ....
The. Crowley ....
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OregoajCity, Aug. 2. A EL King and
family, who left tneir nome at Mt.
Pleasant laat'smrinAr to Claim a 275.000
legacy on tho Isle of Man. will return
to this city in we near future, accord
ing to word received from England.
The ( Kings have been traveling . over
the Sritisn. Is lea and visiting en the
Stations ? S. j
TO BE DISCUSSED
Oregon ".City. 'Aug. 2. To discuss'
probabla changes In tha plana tor tha
rebuilding of tha Southern .Pacific sta
tion hero meeting of the shipper
and business men of Oregon City will
b held at the Commercial club rooma
at 1:20 o'clock this afternoon; .
The meeting la 'preliminary to 'a saa
slon to be held with the Southern Pa
cific to frama modifications of the or
der entered b-r the public service -commission
last year requiring the. Im
provement. - J - - j
The order of the commissloa orltl
nally required i tha completion of the -improvements
here by December 10,
1921, but3Ttbseo.uent extensions of time
-were allowed by the oommlasion. pend
ing the revision of the terms of -the
order. ! 'i -
The entire matter, met delay afte
delay and i the proceedings were
brought to j a bead . when tha retiring
commissioners. Just, before the recall
went into effect, Jtssfued an order which
required immediate action and In
formed the 1 Southern Pacific that a
conference iwould be called here
It is underetood that the present
commission is : agreeable to - any
changes whjch can be arranged be
tween the railroad and the represen
tatives of the business men and the
city. The meeting today will determ
ine what plana the business men will
agree to. The session la called by Al
Price, main trunk pf th rave Wires,
which organization waa instrumental
in securing the : hearings which - re
sulted in the order for the establish
ment of additional station (acuities
here. f '.!' ' . . .
Arrangements with the commission
were made! by Chris Scheubel, attor
ney for the. Live Wire, and City At
tftmsv O r. KtMr. who have been in '
Sale mln conference with the members
Salem in conference with the members
It is ' understood that the plana to
be considered will Include the opening
of Railroad avenue, not aa a main
thoroughfare, but as an auxiliary
street in order to allow' the construc
tion of combined freight, and passen
ger facilities at the depot. '
Under the original order, separate
freight and passenger terminals . were
to be constructed.' necessitating the
purchase of more property by the rail
road. The S. P. Is averse to this -part,
of the order; and the arrangements. It
is. expected, wilt Include a compro
mlss between this point and the open
ing of the street between Eighth; and,
Fifth street. -
Oregon Cty,JAug. 2. -The first an
nual historic pageant, presenting, in
pantomime the- story of the founding
of the civilisation on the banks of the
Willamette, will be held in Oregon City
tonignt- M ne pageant la to oa staged
on practically the same spot on- the
rtver where the old pioneers actually
did the things which their successora
will do this evening in dramatics
mimicry. ; : ,
The pageant ia divided Into two
parts, the fairy pageant at the Li bran
park at 7 o'clock and the water pageant
on the rtver an hour later.
The program, announced by Adah
Lash Hose, - director, follows :
Dance of; the Wee Wees, dance of
the wood nymphs, rose dance, red,
white arid brae dance, . dance of the
Brownies, entrance of the queen and
attendants, dance of the queen, solo
dance, queen's meeting with the prince,
crowning of the queen by Mayor Shan
non, solo dances of ladles in waiting,
colonial dances. - , -
The program for the pageant proper,
which will be held on the river at al
most the exact scene "where the orig
inal landing) were made try the in
trepid pioneers whoae names are to be.
honored, will be divided Into' episodes..
These. 15 in number, start with the trip
of. Lewis and Clant, guided by Sacaja
wea, to the ; falls. Then follows the
arrival of Astor'a brigade, beaded by -Alexander
Rosa, and the trip of John.
McLoughlin to found Champooeg. Jason
Lee's trip up the Willamette ia the next
step in the i presentation. ' followed by
the trip of Dr. Parker to the f alia. The
return of . Lee and the first i white
women to view the falls,; the hotel
started on the banks of the Willam
ette by Sidney Moss, the story of the
brig Henry, : the Whitman massacre
and the return of the girl captives, tha
rush to California tn '49, the return
of the gold seekers and a number of
minor scenes are woven Into-the atory
ending with!- the presentation of a'
scene with Joe Lane, the new governor.
With Being Lazy
Oregon cjlty, Aug. J.rrJeaa'f Mum
power, after aeveral tangles 'with tha
law; la again! In the local Courts. Yes
terday he -was made the defendant. In
an action for divorce filed by his wife.
Hattie Mumpower. The complaint
charges. Mumpower with laslne and
failure to provide adequately' for her
The couple were mart Igd stare August
4, 1911,- and; are living at Parkplaca.
Mumpower was arrested last Novem
ber and convicted .on charges of larceny
by bailee. The following month he
was convicted on liquor charges.
Mrs. Mumpower aaks th custody Of
her daughter, Dorothy, and (16 a month
aa alimony for the care of the girL - .
THBESHIXG BEGI5S '
Oregon City. Aug. 2. Wheat yields
In Canby this year, according to pres
ent Indications, will average about 20
16 40 bushels to the acre. Threshing
in that section has been begun, and -a
number of the fanners have made con
siderable ' headway in the. bar vesting
of their .cropatj ' . - , . , .
ii' i i i ' " ,';v
. ox ACCOtrsT
Oregon City; -Ang. 2v Suit to collect
$197.(0 due on , printing accounts and
unpaid s prorrtisaory. notes has been
filed here by i the ACornlng Enterprise
against W. E' Hassler, publisher of thn
North Clackamas Kevlew. ,
William J, Coder son of Oak Grow.
A divorce action 4 still- pending.
-"' ." ''a. ' ,
f, DfeLlJGATTf E TVB J ' '
vrregon lliy, au(. mta. as.- juotu
and Mr. David Caufleld have returned
here from the' convention of the Amer
ican Legion at The Dalles, which they
attended as (delegates frem the local
auxlUlary chapter. s "
'-, BtGEXE HA61 SO RAllT -'
Eugene, Aug. 2. Not a trace of rain
fell during July tn this vicinity. It
is the driest ! summer - for decades..
HISTORY IS TO BE