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TITE SUNDAY OTCEGONIAN, PO IXTLi AND, , APRIL 26, 1914.
Campaign Material for Repub
licans Is Work of Leaders
SPEAKER STARTS BREACH
Chairman Fitzgerald's Charges of
Extravagance and Williams' Ar
raignment or Troublemakers
Will Be Remembered.
OREGONIAN NEWS BUREAU, Wash
ington April 16. There is today about
as much harmony in the Democratic
majority in Congress as was evident
In the Republican majority three or
four years ago, when the fight against
Speaker Cannon waa at its height, and
when President Taft was daily being
made the object of attack by men in
his own party. Democrats in Congress
today are manufacturing Republican
campaign material with that same
facility that was displayed by the Re
publican insurgents when the Frog-res
sive movement started.
President Wilson's brief address to
Congress on the tolls question is al
ready being preserved by the managers
of the Republican Congressional cam
paign committee as one of their lead
ing appeals for Republican support.
On top of that comes the speech of
Speaker Clark; then the later speech
of Representative Fitzgerald of New
York, chairman of the Appropriations
Committee, berating hia Democratic
colleagues for extravagance, appropria
tion of public money, and coupled with
that is the scintillating speech of
Senator Williams, of Mississippi, in
which he ridiculed his Democratic col
leagues for their inability to work
harmoniously for more than a year
after capturing control of the gov
ernment. Clark Canoe of First Breach.
When Speaker Clark publicly broke
with the President on the tolls repeal
bill, he brought about the first open
breach In the Democratic party in
Congress, and a large majority of
those who stood with the speaker
against the President on the tolls ques
tion were men who, at heart, dis
agreed with the President on some
phases of the tariff question. The
Speaker, however, gave his support to
the Underwood tariff bill, and no
Democrat of prominence in either
Senate or House bolted the party on
that measure. The desire to bolt was
there, nevertheless, and timid Demo
crats were waiting only for some con
spicuous figure in their party to start
Speaker Clark did tart the stampede
. when he took the floor in the House
and roundly condemned the President's
Panama Canal policy. The breach In
the Democratic ranks does not appear
to be closing: If anything, it is grow
ing steadily wider, for the Democratic
insurgents are spurred by encourage
ment they have received from home,
just as were the insurgents who were
Own Lenders Wholly to Blame,
The rupture In the Democratic party
has been brought about entirely by
Democratic leaders. The situation has
developed without Republican aid.
though Republicans have occasionally
given encouragement to the insurrec
tionists by indorsing their view, if not
indorsing their course. It has been
Democrats, not Republicans, who have
emphasized the split in the Democratic
party; it has been Democrats who have
most severely censured the President;
by far the most effective Republican
campaign material manufactured this
session has been that made by Demo
cratic leaders who do not agree with
There seems to be no likelihood that
the Democratic disaffection will die
down, for such men as Clark,
Underwood and Fitzgerald in the
House, and O'Gorman and others in the
Senate will never surrender their views
on the canal tolls question, and when
the President ultimately forces this
bill through the Senate he will have
made it Impossible for them hereafter
to work in harmony with the Admin
ITALIAN SUES YANKEE WIFE
Countess Says Spouse Married Her
Only as a Housekeeper.
ROME, April 24 The trial of the
suit for divorce brought by Count Vit-
torlo Moschini against his American
wife, formerly Lulu Davis, of Austin
Tex., who is charged with misconduct
with a naval officer, was postponed
for eight months to await the decision
in the count's suit for the annulment
of the marriage.
The Moschini suit- haB been pending
In the Italian courts for two years.
The Count sought an annulment of
the marriage on the ground of certain
Irregularities in the identification pa
pers submitted by his wife before the
marriage could be performed accord
ing to Italian law. A temporary sepa
ration with alimony was agreed to and
it has been charged by counsel for the
Countess that her husband paid this
money only irregularly and he once
appealed to the courts to have it re
duced. This request was refused.
The Countess Moschini charges that
her husband showed no affection for
her after their marriage and that he
imply married her to have a house
BUSINESS HONESTY WINS
Merchants Vpheld In Fight Against
Alleged Fraudulent Advertising.
MILWAUKEE, April 21. (Special.)
The A erchants and Manufacturers'
Assocla on, which caused the prosecu
tlon of the Federal Creditors' Company
under tha fraudulent advertising law.
won a victory in its fight for honest
advertising wnen Leavitt asked the
prosecutors to drop the case on condl
tion that he would prevent any further
fraudulent advertising by his company.
Mr. Leavltt. whose home is Chicago.
was being -prosecuted for advertlslng.as
all wool a sweater at a cut price. The
case was dropped.
GIRL CAPTURES MASHER
Dapper Chap, With "Eyebrow" Mus
taclie, Held Until Police Come,
BALTIMORE, Md.. April 23. Knock
Irig from his hands a stick, which he
had picked up to "defend himself," Mis
Rosa Rubin, of 1127 Low street.
rrabted an' alleged "masher" by th
collar and held him till the police ar
rived. Her mother stood by ready to
render assistance, if necessary.
xne man, wno gave nis name as
Frederick Jones, 640 North Payson
street, is a little chap, with a dapper,
"eye-brow," black mustache. He ad
mitted to Justice McFaul, at the
Northeastern police station, that he
had spoken to Miss Rubin, saying:
"It is such a beautiful morning that
I could not help speaking to her."
According to the testimony .Miss
Rubin was leaving her home when
Jones, who waa across the street, called
to her. She paid no attention to him
until he crossed over and joined her.
After remarking what a beautiful
morning it was, he Invited, her to go
to the theater.
Miss Rubin fled back to her home.
Jones, alarmed at the turn affairs had
taken, followed her, beseeching her
not to get him into trouble. To at
tract her attention, it was alleged, he
threw a small stone-at her and then
Miss Rubin, called her mother and
the two made a search of the neighbor
ing streeta They Anally located Jones
coming out of a tailor shop.
When he saw the two women com
ing toward him he picked up a stick.
Miss Rubin knocked it out of his hand
and seized him. Patrolmen Schelle
and Vavra, who had learned of the
alleged "mashing" and were on the
lookout for the man, arrested him. He
said he would have made good his word
to take her to the theater and would
also have bought her some sodawater.
"Have you enough money for -that?"
asked the magistrate.
"Oh, yes," replied Jones. "I am
pretty flush this morning. I have
"That's not enough for this show,
said Justice McFaul. "This will cost
L IS OWN OFFICER
ALLEGED "ROBBER TACKLED ON
CAR AND HELD,
Estelle Heeb Appeals in Vain to Brook
lyn Car Guard -to Arrest Man
for Lootlnsr Her Home, -
NEW YORK, April 20. Scores of
persons on a Fifth-avenue elevated
train in Brooklyn were astonished to
see a slim, demure-looking girl sud
denly dart from her seat as the train
pulled into the Thirty-sixtb-etreet
station, grasp a large man by the coat
tails and scream for the police. Sev
ejal men went to her assistance and
held the prisoner until Policeman Cul
kin appeared. v
In the police station the girl said she
was Miss Estelle Reeb. 21 years old
and that the man was Peter Ortloff.
She said he had been a lodger at No.
1028 Jefferson street, where she lives
with her mother, and had absconded
with six diamond rings valued at $1000.
This man came to our house sev
eral weeks ago," she related to Lieu
tenant Busby, "told my . mother andj
me mat ne was a nurse in the Hum
wick Hospital and wanted to rent a
room from us because we lived near
the hospital. We let him have the
room and he appeared to be an ideal
boarder. Almost every evening he
would sit with us and sing hymns,
We trusted him Implicitly, for he
seemed to be very religious. On April
2 he did not come home in the eve
ning, and when I looked for my rings
i round they were gone."
Then Miss Reeb and her mother went
to the hospital and heard that Ortloff
was not employed there.
"I determined to find him," the girl
continued, "and have searched for him
every day since. I went to see every
one ne naa ever mentioned, and, get-
ing no trace or mm, l was almost
discouraged until late this afternoon.
fche said she was on a Myrtle-avenue
train going into the Bridge-street ata-
lon when she saw Ortloff standine
n the opposite platform waiting for-
"I .hastened to the other side and
ust got the train." she said. "As we
rode along I kept my eyes glued on
mm until we got into South Brooklyn
Then I went to the guard and told
him to blow his whistle when we came
to the Thirty-sixth-street station. Tha
guard rerused to do it. and my talk
with him attracted the attention of
Ortloff. I sat down, honinrr he would
not recognize me. He did, though, and
ianea toward tne platform when I
Ortloff was indignant at the charn.
The police say he has a record.-
MISSOIKIA.V IS CHARGED WITH
FRAUDULENT VS15 OF MAILS.
Indictments Grow Out of Collapse of
PemUeot County Bank tVken It
Is 4OO.000 Shy In Account.
ST. LOUIS. April 22 Three former
officials ot the Pemiscot County Bank
in Caruthersville, Mo., which was
closed by the State Bank Commissioner
last June when a $400,000 shortage was
discovered ara chargred with using- the
mails In the furtherance of a' scheme
to defraud in indictments returned by
tne united states grand Jury in St.
The men named in the indictments
are Albert C. Tindle, cashier; Thomas
B. Ward, assistant cashier; w. H.
Johnson, bookkeeper and acting as
Ward surrendered to United State
Marshal Reg-enhardt in Cape Girardeau.
A message was received that Tindle
would surrender to the Federal au
thorities, Johnson was arrested in
Ward and Tindle were Indicted on
eight counts and another indictment
contains two counts, In which all three
men are named.
The Indictments chartre the mails
were used in drawing; money from the
National tsank of Commerce, the Mechanics-American
Bank and tha Cen
tral National Bank. tha Pemiscot
County' Bank's corresDondent in t
Louis. The Indictments charare Ward.
Tindle and Johnson with using; the
money for themselves and for firms in
which they were interested and no eus-counting-
was made to the bank.
The indictments irrew out of tha col.
lapse of the Pemiscot County Bank
June 5, 1913, when it was found the
institution had $400,009 less money
than it should have.
Tindle was interested In a number
of companies lit Caruthersville, amone;
them the Famous Store Company, Pem
iscot Lumber Company. Tindle Pnttnn
Company and the Missouri Cotton Oil
company. He - also has Interests in
Youngstown, O. ,
The Investigation which resulted In
the indictments was made by Post Of
fice Inspectors M. G. Price and K. F.
KING CAPTAINS WINNERS
Polo Match Flayed With Men Led
by Winston Churchill.
MADRID. April 24. King; Alfonso
captained a polo team which defeated
one led by Winston Churchill, seven
goals to four.
Captain Vivian Lockett, a member
or the team for the Meadow Brook
match, was in the Kingr's lineup, while
the English navy minister's team In
cluded Lord Witnborne. the British
Queen Eugenie witnessed the game.
BANANA SHIPS PLAN
Cargoes May Be Brought Di
rect to Portland. '
CANAL WILL BE USED
Fruit Company Will Avoid Long, Ex
pensive Haul by Kail From
Gulf Porta Prices Will
Be ' lower.
Portland will probably become a direct
receiving point tor bananas after the Pan
ama Canal Is opened to traffic. Tha United
Fruit Company, which controls the bulk of
the banana trade in this country, la making
plans for shipping its fruit through the
canal by direct steamers to this elty.
where the bananas will b dlstrlbuted'to all
points In the Northwest and as far eas as
Bait Lake and Montana points.
This company is constantly opening up
new plantations in pew territory, adding
steamers to its lines and Improving the
service in every way It can, for which it
baa unlimited capital. It la known that
it propoaea making uaa of the canal in
handling its Paclfio Coaat busineas, and it
is learned on good authority that arrange
ments are being made to aend full cargoes
of bananas through to this city.
New turbine ateamere ara to be employed
for thla purpose, aeoordlng to the present
plan. The steamers will be alr.eoolea ana
especially equipped for the service. By ualng
tha through water route the company will
do away with the long, axpenaiva and
dangerous haul acroaa the continent in all
kinds of weather.
Rananas hav long been a leader in the
wholesale fruit business, and when they
ean be delivered to the trade here at prices
about 25 per cent .below the present quo
tation, and alao in better condition, their
sale is likely to be largely increased.
It waa believed a few daya ago that there
would ba an Independent company bringing
banana to this territory, but the deal has
fallen through, so far a Portland ia con
cerned. A proposition waa made by Va
carro Brothera, of New Orleans, to one of
the leading Portland firms to handle Ha
fruit, and thla firm waa Induced . to give
an order'' for aeveral cara on tba train that
Is to leave the Gulf Monday for the North
west, but the order waa afterward canceled.
FLORIXS IN CARLOTS IN COMING WEEK
Strawberries Sell' Well at firm Pricee.
Onions From Texas,
The only strawberries on the market yea-
tgrday were from Florin and Freano. The
former sold at 24J 3.25 and the latter at
$1.75 6 2. Straight cara of Florin barrlea
will be moving by the middle of tha coming
The orange market la very firm and tha
fruit la cleaning up as faat as received. Cali
fornia wires yesterday reported another ad
vance of 25 cents a box at shipping points.
A car of Texas yellow Bermuda onions was
received, and as the market waa lightly sup
plied, practically tha entire car waa cleaned
up before the day was over at $2.25
crate. Another car is due Monday. A mhced
car of California vegetables arrived and
sold at generally steady prices.
COTTAGE CiROTE MOHAIR POOL SOLD
About 12,00. Founds Bought by Bernbelm
.at STV Lenta, ,
The second mohair pool aala of tha sea
son waa held at Cottage Grove yesterday
afternoon. The price realized was half
a cant leaa than that of the Sddyvllla pool.
held earlier In tha week.
The buyer waa Theo Bernhelm aV Co., of
thla city, and the mohair cost them net (.
o. b. care 27 A cents. There were aeveral
bidders, and tha next highest bid waa 27
There were between 10.000 and 11.000
pounds of mohair In the Cottage Grove pool,
about the same quantity as was aold there
last year. This same pool last year brought
TRADE IN WHEAT ALMOST AT STOP
Offerings Have Nearly Ceased, and Demand
Trading In the grain market waa almost
at a standstill at the close of tha week.
Home of the local houses have made abso
lutely no purchases In tha past week. Hardly
any wheat la being offered, as farmers and
interior dealers are practically aold out.
There ia inquiry from California for limited
quantltlea at firm prlcea. Otherwise the
demand la alack. Local quotations are un
changed. Local receipts. In cars, were reported by
the Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay
Monday 'iu i4 18
Tuesday 12 0 4
Wednesday ..' 17 6 4
Thursday .... 0 I 3
Friday 0 0 6
Saturday 15 13 0
Year ago 30 10 9
Tot'l thla w'k 7 2 39
Year ago 131 luo US
Seas'n to date. 15103 2383 240G
Year ago 15U3d 21U4 Vll-
Poultry Is "Weaker ait Close.
The poultry market waa easier at the
close and some stock had to be carried
over. Dealers who cleaned up their hens
let tham (To at 18 cents. Buyers would not
pay over 10 cents for broilers. Dressed
meats ware In ilgTht supply and steady.
There was also a weaker feeling In the
egg market, and prices were off about half
a cent all around.
No changes were announced in the butter
or clffcese markets.
Bog Apple Trade la East.
Commenting on the market for Western
apples at New York, a mail report says:
"Offerings of bog apples have been reg
ulated so as to sufficiently supply the trade's
requirements. A careful analysis of the sit
uation shows that they are not being used
quite as extensively sa they were last week.
Prices show no material change. Winesaps
selling at $1.25 to 2.60; Arkansas Blacks,
2.3i to !.4e; Rome Beauties, 2.25 to S2.40;
Ben Davis, 11.66 to 2.
Inquiry for Hop Contracts.
A number ot bop dealers were inquiring
yesterday for new-crop contracts. At Salem
there were orders at IS cents, cars. . Sev
eral of the leading; growers have been Bound
ed on tha subject, but there is little die
position to contract at the present time.
There ia practically no demand for apot
hops, except at a lower range of prices.
' Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as roilows:
Portland 1,Bfi7.103 $173,010
Seattle 1.070.1H3 204.470
Tacoma ...... 20.611 44.622
Spokane 553.734 411,440
Clearings of Fortlsnd. Seattle and Tacoma
for the past week and corresponding week
in former years ware:
1014. . . .. . tlt.6O2.004 $12,503. ABA
1013 aiO.Pin.105 11.1134.418
1012 12.652.in0 10.487.722-
1011 11.312,779 9,!tl,0-U
1010...... 8.0.16,105 J3.1S1.227
1009 ; 5.492,220- 9.480.33T
lfWIO 5.184.504 6.506.PK0
1!T 7.104.405 8.3.11,150
1006...... 0.005.335 8.017.3.-.4
jno.-i 4.334.320 6.503,759
10O4 2.51IP427 .1.454,314
10OS 2,50'i T2R 3.008. 0O2
1002...... 2..-.HS.H72 2,527,132
1901 2.084,169 2,078,408
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATION.
Grain, Flour, reed. Eta.
WHEAT Track prices: Club, PlH92c;
bluest em. 97 H 98c: forty-fold. 82 He; red
Russian. 90Vic; valley, 82c
FLOUR Patents. $4.80 per barrel;
straights. $4.20: erporta, 82.88; valley, M :
(nbam. 84. SO: whole wheat. 8o.
BARLEY Feed. $31.0?2I per ton; brew
ing. 822.0023; roiled. 824.G0i&''5.oO.
OATS No. 1 white, milling. 21 per ton,
CORN Whole. $34; eracked. $Si per toa.
HAT No. 1 Kaetern Oregon timothy,
$16613; mixed timothy. 14t15: valley
grain hay. $12.o0p 14; alfalfa. $12 13.00.
MILLKEED Bran. $-4 24.80 per ton;
ahorta, 828tr2fl,o0; middlings. $82088.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges, navels.
82 2.50 per box; lemons. 83.73 tM.CO per
box. pineapples ec pet pound uHiti4 l-e
per pounyd; grapefruit, Florida, $4.7605.73
VEGETABLES Cucumbers, $1.75 J par
dozen; eggplant, 20o per pound; poppers.
30c per pound; radishes. 17 Ho per dozen;
head lettuce, $22-5 per crate; garlic,
18 Vis pound; artlcbokea, 656So par dozen;
celery, $3.75$4. crate; tomatoes, 84tp4.o0
per crate; hothouae lettuce, 7&otr$l per box;
aplnach, 5c per lb.; horseradish. 8tpl0c; ruh-
barb, lc per lb.; cabbage, :v)Uo per
lb.; asparagus, $lt1.2& per dozen; peas,
8&-40 per lb.; beans, 12Htfl6o Per lb.
SKEEN KRL11 Atk I1U2.W par
box; atrawberrlea, $1.752.25 per crate.
o.4lo.x ureHtfD, pei kuclc 44. uo. aexaa.
82.25 per crate; California, 82.503 per
POTATOES Oregon. 8807So per hundred;
ouying prices, 4u iu o.,c at anipping points;
aweet potatoea, 92.75 vu per. crate; naw Cali
fornia, aqtic per pound.
SACK VEGETABLES Turnips, $1; car
rots, oc; parsnips, UOc; beets, $1.
Dairy and Country Produce. -
Locai Jobbing quotations:
EGGS Fresh Oregon ranch, case count.
lSVc; candled, luv&o per dozen.
POULTRY Hens. 18c; Broilers, sooi tur
keys, live, 20c; dressed, choice, . 2up20c;
uucks, iD'jiic; geese, lutfiic
CHE3SE Oregon triplets, 20c; Daisies.
nominal, loung Americas. noinlnaL
BUTTER Creamery prints, extra, lio per
pouna; euoea. Bio.
ruiui i-aney. mtkeiio par pouna.
ViuU, Fancy. HtfU)jo per pound.
Local Jobbing quotations: 8-.
SALMON Columbia stiver, one-pound
talis. 12.25 per dusea; half-pound flats.
81.40; one-pouuu iiais, $2.40; Alaska plan,
one-pound tails, boe,; sitveraldea, one-pound
BONbi Choice, $3.5ufS.75 ser eas.
:;UTS Walnuts, 14w2Uo per pound;
Brazil nuts, Hue. Uiuerta, leipluu, almonds.
IVtoVbc; peanuts, bwtfVio; coooanuia, $1
par doaen. c nee inula, fewloo per pound;
yjcaus, 14 0-loo.
BEANS siual. white, 6o; large whits.
4.Buc; Lima, 1st Pink. 6o; Mexican, eiee;
sUUAU Fruit and berry, $4.60; Honolulu
plantation, 4.o, boat, 84.4V; axir c, $4.14;
aiuwueruu, lu uarieia, 14. bo.
CUr'a n.lb Kuaaieu, in arums, 10tfr2o per
HALT -Granulated. $15.00 per torn Half
ground, loua, flu.io par ton; uOa, 814-60 per
ton. uairr, ae per too.
WS-H. 1 Japan, . 405o; Southern
naau, vavinc, iaao, DtotsO
DK1E1 FRUITS Apples, loo par nound
apr. cm, lVlc, peacues, avIUi prunes.
Italians, biutuoi curraata. viae: rauua
loose. Muscatel. Ilttinc; biaauued loomp
son. llc; uubleatneO Suliaata, ataci Bead
ed, Wc; dame, parauau, itMfco per pouna,
iit.u, i.4u per boa,
FIGS Fauna, ox, to to box. $Le5;
. Acaaua. 1U us.. 14 to box. OOe: wrhlt vA-ia
box. ,l.7o, utaca, 241-m bos. L;o; biacal
bo-lb box, $2-uu; black, au-lb. box. 1.1,
.a.io vauu? ia, aw-iu. oox, 4a ; Smyrna,
ova, f i.wv,
. HAMS 10 to U-pouna, ISVfeOiaoi ia
j 14-pound. lblkWluiaci 14 to IB-pouau,
i)iikic; SS.IUUISU, xoiixvo, picnia, lac
UAcun-ianc Suie, t27 Vo; atandaru.
" -r u - vac.
bill' &ALT CURED Short elear backs.
i's'i exports, lewtoaci strips, lo
LARD Tlercs'. basis. Pure, 12 14 II 40
iiopa. Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 1912 crop prima aad oholos. 25 e
xic; xax contracts, jes.0.
riL'ls iJti. utv t.ijr abort wool, Te; dry
alicariuue, luu, p..Jt. itings, 100; aalted
net,, uucwai, ciii., .umue, laesaoo.
HlUli jailed (iiww . loo per puund: sa:
kip. 4u; aaltaU can, a'Ju, ren atdea. 12c
ur hides, uv, ui call, 200; sailed lulls,
le par uuuuil, greeu uuiia, so.
WOOL Valley, !Sto2uc; Eastern Orexun.
- MOHAIR 1014 clip. 2ec per pound.
lUlliil I'arta Oiu uil an, oc per
F16H Halibut, No. I, 7 per pound; No.
2, 6Vc; salmon, 15a.
Kl'I.OSENE ir white, drama bar
rels or tank wagon. 10c; special, oxunu or
barrels. 13 '.fee; cases, 17Vstt20tou,
GASOLINE liulk, ISc; cawea. 22o: motor
spirit, bulk, 16c; casus. 24c Engine dlatll
late, drums, be; caaaa, liig. Ka.pio.as Urums.
luc. caaea, 22c.
J IKsitJso ulb ftaw. barrels, 3e; poilau.
barrels. ioc: raw, caaea, eSo; boiled, caaea
TUltPEXTI.NE In cases. tlSe Der -alion.
NEW YORK, April 25. Boot cotton, oulet.
Middling uplands, 1-i. ; do, gulf, 12. 50.
STOCKINGS ON PARADE
NHS, JOllit' I'L'RROY MITCHKL SliTS
l.O.NU MEACll K.VAJlPLti,
Sew York's Pleasure Resort Han Many
Sunday Thrllla, Including; the
Shipwreck of Automobile.
NEW YORK, April 20. - Mrs. John
F'urroy Mitch el earned the heartfelt
thanks of several hundred handaomely
Bowned women when she doffed her
shoes and led a parade of beauty over
the fhitting and Irritating1 sands of
Long Beach. Mrs. Mitchel felt that the
delightful walk alons the beach was
being spoiled by the sand which shift
ed into her low-cut footwear.
While fellow sufferers looked on ap
Iiiovinsly Mrs. Mitchel took off bar
shoes and strode up the beach In her
stocking feet. The other women in her
party followed stilt and carried their
shoes for the retst of the stroll. The
party Included Mr. and Mrs. George
McAneny, Dudley Field Malone. Con
troller - William A. Prendergast and
In an Incredibly short time all the
other women had adopted the style,
and the Long Beach parade became a
The new wrinkle in beach walking;
was not the only incident of the day,
and the guests of the big Hotel Nassau
had several thrills. 'Amone? them was
the shipwreck of Rudolph Hecht'a mo
Mr. Hecht, who is a nephew of Otto
a ii n, ana nis party leit tneir auiomo
bile on the beach while they went walk
ing. When they .returned the car was
under water. Mr. Hecht lad not eon
suited the tide table. Volunteers from
the hotel salvaged the automobile.
Many New . York motorcyclists ap
peared for the races over tha three
mile course. Those who did not en
tli Use over the gasoline contests gasped
over some of the costumes which were
shown by the paradcrs.
One woman, who wore a Mephls
topuelian gown or red, surmounted by
a spear plume that added to the re.
semblance to the presiding genius over
the famous "winter resort," had on a
spider web veil, into which at the spot
which covered her mouth had been em
broidered a perfect spider.
THEFT OF WAIST CHARGED
Well--Dressed Woman Is Arrested by
, Sleuth In Sew York Store.
NEW YORK, April 0. (Special.)
Arrested on. a charge of petty larceny,
a well-dressed woman of 50, who said
she was Mrs. Katherine Martin, Was
immediately bailed out in $600 by Mra.
Edward F. Hassey, wife of her attor
ney. Property offered by Mrs. Hassey
was found to be valued at $150,000.
Mrs. Martin was arrested In a store
by a detective, who declares that he
had saen her take a waist valued tit
LIST 15 IRREGULAR
Downward Movement Contin
ues, but Losses Are Small.
RALLY AT CLOSE OF DAY
Change of Front on Part of Foreigo
Holders of . American Stocks.
Specula tors Are Con fused by
NEW YORK. April SS. There waa fur.
ther unaettlement of the stock market to
day. The movement was irregular and at
times confused. While the downward
movement was extended, net losses were
considerably smaller than on the preced
The irregularity of the movement was ac
counted tor by the play of conflicting forcee
on tne market. The two main factora In
the waek'a decline were the Mexican crisis
anrt heavy foreign selling. Today, these
iiiuaui-ea puiieq against eacn other.
At the opening, ow.nir largely to the.
ooange or tront on the part of foreign hold
era of American aecurltiea, the market made
a good allowing, with a majority ot small
e-aina. i ne opportunity was eeixed for dou
ug out aiocas. ana orioes aulcKlv bccati
to yield. .On the downward swing, most of
the popular shares tell 1 to 2 points, with
wmor oreaas in some instances. Liquida
tion grew more general as new low marks
for the decline were made. London re
versed ita attitude and aold atn.'lca h,r.
Commission'' house brokers, not knowing
what rnislit happen in Mexico over Sunday,
called tor liberal margins and poorly pro
tected accounts were closed out
There was a late rally, and at the end
of the session lossea in many cases were re
duced to fractions.
Home Idea of what the week's decline
has cost. In the way of ahrlnkinir market
values, may be had by a comparison of
last prices today with the close ot last
week. Canadian Pacific, Mexican Petrole
um and Smelling lost about lu pointa each.
St. Paul and the Harriman sharea are
about four pointa lower, but Reading and
Steel showed declines of about 2 points.
Dome ot tne prominent tionoa today lost
a point or more. Southern Paclfio con
vertible 5, when iaaued. were aold heavily
and went as low as UDV4. compared with
the subscriDtlen nrlca of ion. Total aulea
of bonds, par value. S1.40O.0OO. United
States and Panama leaues deolined from U
to 2 pointa on call on the week.
The atock market's views on all other
aubjecta were materially modified thia
week, where they were not totally obecurad
by tho events in Mexico. Speculative con
jecturea were unable to measure the pos
sible effecta or the duration and extent of
the trouble. On the day following the aap
ture of Vera Crus the market advanced,
owing largely to the normal Impulsa of
professional speculators to take quick
profits by covering ahorta
A calm view was held of the more direct
consequences. Diversion of public and len
lslative attention from efforta at business
regulation waa regarded as a poaalble
factor of benefit to the market.
The prospect of Government bond or note
Issues caused fresh reserve in making capi
tal commitments.- This was an Influence
en the price of bonds la general and plana
for financing maturing reaulramenls.
No help against the depression from the
Mexican situation came from other sources.
In the steel trade, the drying up et new
business continued. Suspension of coal
traffic plied up Idle freight cars. Commer
cial centers reported little initiative to new
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
neported by J. C. Wilson Co., Lewi
Salea High Low Close
Amal. Copper Co
Am. Car ai K.. com...
Am. Can, com,
Am. Cotton Oil, coin
Am. Loco,, com
Am. Sugar, coin. ....
40H 46ij 45
25 !4 23 14 ?5
bi 87Va, 87
38-5 3 ;i8 5k
ys ItS'i': 28
; dot: iu4
30 V. BIH &
Am. snilt., com, ...
do preferred ......
Am. Tel. & Tel.
Anaconda Mining Co,
32', 32 "4 32
Oa1, Bis 02
8T"; 88 87'A 87S
liO'.t 204 10
38 V 89 38 38 Va
80'! 8U-! b8-;
1:0 ,l:K 18' 181M,
34' 34 4. 3;:S! 3sj
WJii U'JV U0i 00
30- 30 29Ssi 20ti
05 !t: till U4i 115
! ' 128t4
38 l 8'! It T I 37i
.-.lie. 51W, 5UV, 504,
28 28 I 27 27
B ac o.. com. ........
uetnienem nteei, o. .,
Brooklyn Rapid Tr.
Canadian Pac. coin..
Central Leather, com.
C. & U. W., co
C, M. & St. i'. .
C. & N. W., con... . , .
Chesapeake Sr Ohio..
Colo, t uel & iron, c. .
i-oio. -ouin.. cum,... i
Consolidated Gas ....
128 4 1 27 Vi 127
Corn products, com..
Dalauare 4k Hudson..
Denver & Hio G., c. .
Erie, common .......
do 2d preferred. . . .
do 1st preferred. .
404 4014, 40)4! 4UV4
14V '142 .141 141
(St. North, ore lands..! 2iiHi XV 29Vi
Gt. North., -pfd 111i4.11ii 4 119 ill0i4
ice oecuriiiea ....... i zs 28 Kg
Illinois Central ,108 1U8 ,107-a:ll'7
Intern'l Harvester :1U0
Interurban Met., .C...I 184 1341 13 13-14
oil preterrea .13 ft: OS 14 1 58 &3
Kanaaa City South.,
Meg. Petroleum ....
184 w ; 131V 132H
133 133 131 14
67 H 67 60 4
871a CSV 86
J5 25 W -14 Vs
10H4 10114 101H
7 TV 72
107 107 iuv
Louisville & Nashville
M.. K. e T., cam
Missouri Pacific ,,,,
New Haven ,..
-New York Central ,,
.".. 1 .. Unt. & West.
Norfolk & Western, c
Northern Pacittc, com
Pacific Mail S. S. Co.
1 08 ' 1 08 T4 ' 108 V. 1 108 "
119 lilt 14 118tal-
40 ) 4014 80TA '-
1"4 t 104 1"4
lOOVs 100 H 1584 154
. , 88
0Vi 20V4 20 M'i
SM. SVt 3-4 SWj
5W S4 4 1 5
88 SS 86 14 87 Vk
22 23 22 V i;24
TTV4 T7V4 7T 77"4
82 S3 314 81 T4
14H 14 Vi 144 14
8 8 8 8
1-V)4 150T4 1484 1404
82 82 81 U 81 "4
53 54 ,Fi3U 53'4
100 100 en 14 00 H
56V 574 56 564
ll'IV 17V 107 4 10714
6Jm 52 V CO 504
SlS 27' 27 21
6O 60 V4 60 60
T214 72V4 71 71
P. U., L. V Colta Co..
Pressed Steel Car, c.
Ray Cons. Copper ...
Reading 2d pf
av let Drei
Rep, Iron dt Steel, c.
do preferred ......
Rock island, com ...
St. L. 4 B. F.. 2d pf..
do 1st Dref
St. L. A S. W. com . .
Southern Pacific, com
noutliern Hallway, e.
no preterreo ......
Tennessee Copper -.
Texas aa Pacitic
Toi., St. L. ar W-, c.
do preferred ......
Union Pacific, com...
V. 8. Rubber, com.-.
U. S. Steel Co.. coin..
Virginia Chemical .,
Western Union Teleg.
Total aales for the day. 850.400 share.
Reported by Overbeeh At Cooke Co., Board
or Trais building, portiana. ur.
Atch Uen 4s 1)5 5U
Atl Coast Line 1st 4a 04 04 V
R & O Gold 4a '. .. 04 H4V
B It T 4s 87 88
Ches Mi O 4 Us : 93 94
C M at St P Qea 4Vi 102H 102
C R I Col 4S 4 3a
Cal Cas 5a 03 V H34
C B C! Joint 4s , 90V . V
Ii.rla tien 4H.. ................. .... 1
Int Met 4V.S 75 73I,
Louisville tc Nash In 4s U4 5
Ulssouri Pae 4s 55 58
NYC Gen 8fce 82 i, 82
N A W 1st Con 4s 4
N P 4S .. 03 O.-.V
Oregon Short Line Ref 4a IMH 01 w
Pao Tel 5s 07 07 Vk
Penna Con 4s 10o 101
Heading Gen 4a 94 Va 04
8t L San Fran Hex 4a ttv . b
So P Ref 4a , ,. 92 02aj
S P Col 4s SWli 0014
So Ry 6s...,;..... 105 103
So Ry 4s 73 V 73
In Ry Inv 4 55 S814
I n pac 1st ana Jtet a hi wa
U Steel Sa 102 102
West Shore 4a , 03 03
Wabaah 4s , 50 5il
W house h-lec ev as uo uo
Wisconsin Central 4s 87 -S
United States 2a registered.... 06 07
do coupon 07 08 V
United states ss regiaterea 101 in-1
do coupon ...lot 102
United States 4a registered 109 110
00 eoupon. lloi
' Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW YORK. April 23. -Call money, nom
Inal: no loana
Time loans, strong; 60 days, 2Q8 per
als month a
i oer cent.
Mercantile paper. 31494 per cent.
Sterling exchanse. xlrm; ftu daya S4.83301
for demand, 4.877t.
Commercial Mils. St. 84 tt. ,
Par silver. 6'Jc.
Mexican dollars, 45 c
Government and railroad bonds, steady.
LONDON. ADrtl 2i. Bar silver firm.
Money, 1 4 tr l H per cent.
Short bills. '2rr24 per cent; three months
bills, 2 T-1642Vt- per cent. ;
PAN FRANCISCO. April 25 Silver bars.
Sue. Sterling in London, 60 daya, $4.85 ? ;
do, sight, 4.874.
CASH INCREASE TWELVE MILLIONS
Surplus Reserve of New York Ranks Is
NEW YORK, April 25. The statement ot
the actual condition of clearing-house banks
and truat companies for the week ahowa
that they hold (30,'JB4,40O reserve In excess
of legal requirements. This is an increase
of $8. (176,000 from last week. The statement
l.wifal tenders .
Net deposits .
. .S2.1l.426.0OO I "i.6Sl.-0
. . 2,040,700.000 I4.21J.0tlO
42,01,000 ' 125,000
Banks' cash reserve In vault. S41?,S01,
000; trust companies' caah reaerve in vault.
7T.S.yuuu; aggresate cash reaerve, 4I3,
750.OUU; excesa lawful reserve, S;10,254,4U0 ;
increase, tM.o70.0U0; trust companies' reserve
with clearing-house members carrying 25
per cent caah reserve, $i.238,000.
Bumnuryot state banks and trust com-
paniea In Greater New York, not Included
n ciearing-nouse statement: increase.
..Soli4.8li5.300 1 O.Soll.SDO
Legal tenders .
. . fit).."O4.4"0 5.143.7UO
. . 6Sl.b74.700
Stocks at Beaton.
POSTON, April 25. Cloning Quotations
Alloues 27 iNipiealu Mines
Amai copper... t : sorth uutte..
Am SS L Sm 16 North Lake...
Arizona Com.... 4 Void Dominion.
alumet & Aris C1W, Osceola
Cal & Hecla 415 iQuincy
Centennial 14 (shannon
on Kange C C 34 ISuDerior
K Butte C Mine BH.Stip at B Min.
Franklin 4 V Tamarack ....
Oranby Con.... 75V;U S S R A M
reene uananea 24 f do preferred
l-ioyane tuoua, mtt t tart con
Kerr Lake . 4 irtah foDDer Co
Lake Copper... 6 "4 Winona ... ...
La Salle Cop.. 4 '4 Wolverine
1 Butte & Sup..
Condition of the Treasury.
WASHINGTON'. ADril 21. The cendi
tion of the United Stataa Treasurv at the
oeginning of business today was:
Net ballance In general fund IS:t.3.4.72
Total receipts yesterday 1.71s.ii4J
Total payments yesterday J,!47.043
The deficit thia fiscal year. xrtl.-iOJ.lf-u.
gainst a surplus, of a7.n08.h31 last year.
xclusive ot Panama Canal and public debt
CATTLE HOLD STEADY
HKCEIPTS AT YARDS FAIRLY I.IU.
ERAL IS FAST WEEK.
StronHT Pesiasil for Dchorsed Uel f era
and Coa Hob and Slierp Are
There were no sales at the stockyards
yesterday. Only two loads came In and
they went direct to packers. O. K. Lucke
hipped in loo head of bog-a aud tu sueep
The official -weekly market report ot the
Portland Uuion Stockyards Company fol
Receipts for the week have been: Oattle
1730, eulves 80, hogs 340, sheep Siiu.
"Cattle receiuLS ialrlv heavy tnis weeK
miiaket steady. Bulk of light steers sola
at S7.75 to S8, with a few grain-fed and
bnbv beef varieties S8 to a.... Heavy bul
locks 17.50 to 47.75. strong demaud for
dehorned heifora and cowa.
"Hoar market heavy to a shade weaker
during the first half of the week, but par
tially recovered towara tne clone, muik 01
beat light hoga sold from $8.30 to 81.B5.
with a few loada at $8.70. A good sup.
ply of stock hogs at country points, but
feed Is scares mid growers are not getting
their holdings ready for market aa eaay
"Sheephouse receipts ngni. uimoa aoia up
to SU.75. Rest wool wethers 83.73 and fd
featured, but few ewe sales were made.
Mutton feeling was Juat steady with little
chaiiKe, and abaenca of select quality pre
vented a satisfactory guaga of the market."
The following aales a.ie representative 01
the week's trading;
. .11! 8.2il
. . itia 8.70
. . lli'.l 8.05
. . Htd K.0O
831 hogs -8T7
12 baby be'f 6"8 8.15
OOSpr'glbs .64 8.13
lamlia . . 84 6.75
. . 1.16 8.5u
1J yearl. .. 1UX 8. DO
411 weth. ... 105 0.50
44'J swea .. . . 01 5.00
Current local Quotations on tba various
classes of livestock follow:
Choice steers .................. T l0
Choice cows .......
8.000 I 21
8.00 0 .
8.00 it Lit
..... 6.400 i II
..... 6.000 l.i
Medium cows ......
Heavy - eaives .....
Light B.oow s.ro
Ueavy , I.oow 7.70
I.ambs. sheared .
Wethers, wool . . .
. 6.50 6.7
. 6.0H'). 2.2.J
. 5.75 B 6.0O
. 5.35 iiil 0.5O
. 4.T50 5.O0
, -t.250 4.50
Ewes, sheared j.
Omaha Livrstock Market.
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb.. April 25. Hogs
Receipts. fou; market, lower. Heavy. 88-30
to 8.40 : UKtit. I5.:,.(ii.i"; piga. i.uu..j,
bulk of sales. 88.30uS.40.
Cattle Receipts, not,; marset, steaay. na
tive steers. 87.:1018.00: cows and heirora.
I10 Weatem steers, .l.50 8.20;
Texas steers. 87.7r; cowa. and heifers,
85.85u-7.15: calvts. 8S.50iu: 10.50.
nneep rteceipis. ouv; maraei.
Yearlings, 86 807.40; wethers. 80.301,0.110;
lamb. 7.2i 8.25.
Chicago IJveetock Market.
CHICAGO, April 25. Hogs Reeelpta,
7000: murket. steady at yesterday's aver
age. Bulk of soles. S8.6OO8.1u; ngnt. -i..u
tiS.Tu; mixed, (i.40ia.iiii; xeavy. n.-oir
a.70; rough. 8S 25U8.40: pigs. 8'-2u 8.4d.
Cattiu Receipts, you; martlet, aieaay.
Beeves. 87.10j 0.35; Texas steers. 87.1041
. ill; Western steers, 8741-b.lO; stoekera and
feeders, 85.5U4, 8.13; cowa and heifers, 83.70
U8.50: calves. 86 0R.5O.
SlieeD Kecelpls. a5o0; market, weak. Na
tive. 85.206.70; Western. 85. So 11 6-75; year
lliags, 85.IOW7.40-, lamina, native, 10.119
8.101 Western, 86 208.35.
SAX . FBANC1SCO PROIU'CK 8IARK.KT
prices Quoted at the Bay City on frulte,1
Vegetables, Ktc 1
BAN FRANCISCO, April 35. Fruit
Plneapplea. l.f.orJ; applea. Newtown Pip
pins. 81.25 1.75; Hoover, U.23 1-50; No. 3.
OOc 41; Mexican limes. 10c; California
lemons, 81.1-'b 3.50.
Potatoes Delta whites. 408oc; Ore
gon Burbanaa, OOctr 81.25 : sweeta, 2.10CP
Vegetables Cucumbers. bothouaa. 81!
green peas. H ii- Per sack.
Eggs Fancy ranch, 22 '-ic; store, 21c
Onions Australian. 4.Ui.
Cheese Young American. 15H016c; new.
12 it 13c - t .
Receipts Flour. SK30 quarters; barley.
S565 centals; potatoes, S83u sacks; bay, 172
Copper and Sugar.
NEW YORK. April 23. with Interest In
Mar much reduced, after the past two or
j.hree weeks of heavy liquidation and the
circulation of yeaterday'a notices, the cof
fee market waa less active today. The
opening waa ateady, net unchanged to two
pointa higher, and the market closed steady,
net unchanged to two paints higher. alee.
22.750 bags. April, 8.50c; May. 8.52c. July.
8.60c, August. 8.77c; October, 695c; Decem
ber. 0.11c: January. 9.17c; March. 0:3Oc
Spot, ateady. Rio 7s, 8c; Santos 4s.
11 1,0 Mild coffee dull; Cordova. 12 t
Raw sugar firm. Molasses sugar. 82.86;
centrifugal. 83.01; refined ateady.
Chicago Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO. April 25. Butter, unchanged.
Kks, higher. Receipts, no 2(i:i caare. At
mark, cases Included, 1710c; ordinary
firsts. 17fjlS-c; nrts. 18luc.
Uuluth Unseed Market.
Pl'LUTH, April 25. Llna.bd. 81-53; May.
81.53; uly, 81'"'
Hops at New York.
NEW YORK, April 23. Hopa Steady.
cent: SO days. tL per cent
GABLES ARE HIGHER
Light Russian Movement Helps
Raise Wheat Price.
MARKET FIRM AT CLOSE
World' Shipment Figures on Mon
day Expected to Sliow Large
Decrease Sharp Bulge In
CHICAGO. April 25. Sudden restriction ot
supplies from Argentina brounht about great
sctlvtty and atrength today in the corn
market here. Prlcea closed buoyant at c
to lflVc not advance. Wheat and oats
each gained c to "4 M Vc. In provisions
the outcome varied from 2Vic decline to
an advance ot 15c.
Renewel of torrential rains, adversely af
fecting the quality of 70 per cent of the
Argentine crop and polntinK to a heavy
falling off In Argetlne shipments during tha
next three weeks, aeemed to put an en
tirely different face on the corn market.
Promise ef a big decrease being shown i
have taken place this week in the here
tofore burdensome Chicago stock tended
also to make the price of com bulge.
Wheat rose with corn and aa a result
of firmness at Liverpool, due lamely to
arrivals being scanty at Russian ports. It
waa said the flgurea Monday on world
shipments would be considerably dimin
ished. Klattei lug crop prospects in the
United States were held to have been dis
counted in full.
Oat sympathised with the rally In other
grain. Buying of an investment character
waa noticeable in the deferred futures.
Most of the riae in provisions was laid
to the Influence of -war contracts. It waa
evident, however, that the chanped aspect
of the corn market was not without some
The leading futures ranged aa follows;
$ .93 1,
, .81 is .81 -.4
, .04 .08
.04 Vs 05 Va
. .67 i .37 :i
. .81 '.a .38
. . lo.no
May 10.?7 10.07 10.87 10.97
July 11.05 11.15 11.07 11.12
Cash prlcea were:
Wheat No. red. H5f96c; No. 3 red. 4
ft 05c: No. 2 hard. t::4 94c; No. 3 hero.
U2Va4lL3c, No. 2 Northern, U5ii'7c; No. a
Northern. 03 V- 5 05c: Nn. spring, 05 'a U
00 (-c; No. 3 spring. li4suH5c.
Corn No. 2. 07itiVc; No. 3. OOyOOic;
Xo. 3 white, 0t-Vc; No. 3 )cllow. 07 u iic.
Rye. No. li'-'o.
Barley, 4 i '!,-.
Clover, JS.UO 1U.50.
Sao I'ramiMO tirain Market.
SAN FISANCISl'O. April -;5. Spot quota
tions: Walla Walla. I.r2 ' a 1.6., ; red
Hua'lan, 81.01 U 1 i2 '- ; Turkey red, jflOJ',
'11.05. bluesteiu, 8 1. u il 1 .72 ' ; feed barley.
81; lrewiii,s barley, ntiiii.nal ; white oats,
$ l.JO 14 t! l.-i Vs : lian, f .' (..'.I' ru -5 ; iiiidulliifca,
S3iler::i; shorts. t'JAi i ai.5ii.
Call hoard: Barley Uecember, 81o3;
May, 00 Vo.
Puget Mound W heat Markets.
TACOMA, Wash.. April 25. Wheat Blue,
item, 0?o; fort) fold, ttile; club, UOc; red
yesterday's car recuipts Wheat, 12; hay 4.
SEATTLE. Wah.. April 25. Wheat Blue
stem, 05c: foi tj lold. lil'.sc; cluli, llo-,iC. lite.
Ooc; red Russian, buc.
Yesterday's car recelpte Wheat. "; bar
ley. 6; hay. 1; ilour,5.
Kuro pea a Grain Markets,
I.ONPON, April 1:5. Cargoes on passage
English country markets, firm." French
country markets, firm.
LIVERPOOL. April 25. Wheal Spot
steady. Kutures steady. May. 7s lid ; Jul,
-,m :l; oclobi.i',7s l-.-d.
M.inneaolls (iraln Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, April 23. Wheat No. 1
hard, 05 1, c; No. 1 Northern, '.12 ',3 IM'I W 1 ;
No. 2 Northern. 00 Si Uiic ; No. 3 wheat,
M1- SU',c; May, llusc; July, irJc.
Klour, unchanged. Barley, 4-y 50c. l-'l:ix.
NSW YORK. April 2(1. The metal mar
kets wire dull and nominal. Lake copper
nominal. Klectroly tic. 14.25li 4.5oc; coal
ing, 13.87 y Ho. Iron unchaiigetle.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. April 25 Evaporated ap
plea euslor: fancy, 1 1 ' tt 12 c ; choice, 10'-a
loc: 'prime, O'&Ultc. 1'runcs, firm.
Biektra, StocVa. Honda. Cotton,
lira I a. tatc.
216-31T BOARD OP TRADE RLCKi.
MUMRCUl CHICAGO HOARD OF
Correapondenta ( Logan a Bryan,
Chlcaao and New York.
Krw Varlc Stoest Eickaage.
t'hleage Block Licliaosr,
Bnatea Stock tuarbange,
t kletuie Board of Trade.
a'cw a oris. Caattoei tackanxe.
Ntw Orlsaaa Cotton barkssfia
Neve Vogla t'effee Eickasgs,
Now Tkairkt 8roducw txekaste,
Liverpool Ctoaa Aaa'aa.
J. C. WILSON & CO.
VAOlKa. BONUS. tiKAIN a vUIIOX
NEW yORK STOth F.XCHANGK.
CH1CAOO BOARD OF TRAD8,
WJT.W k'OHg COIIOS KAClLAt,a-.
THE blOCR Alib BOND. tuXClLA-VOB,
BAM r RAM CISCO.
Lewis Boiadiiis. 269 Oak Strea.
Ptioues Marshall 3858. A 4187.
CORPORATlfM AMD MIMCIPAU
ROBERTSON & EWING
S07-el Korlknesters Bank Hide
FIONEV IN GRAIs
Slt'.C buys puts or calls on 10 400 bu.aeis of wheat
eora. i-o furtlier rl.a. A movauietit of 6c from pa
gives you aa opportu any to takes.tt0 : to.tiOOi Se, line ao
nta for eanlcaiar. i liuwce llrokaa-uata -ota
-may. deak 27. f-lnanc. bids, Kanaaa City, Ms
COOS BAY LINE
)TBA-dSltir R HI A K IV AT L Uv
eal la from Ainawurtn Uoca, a. A. H.
Wedneeday. Mar. 18. Ii, Apr. 1, A It, U
Tuesday. Apr. 2A FralgUt received onill
NOON day previoua to saitlng. Passenger
Fare; First Clasa, 810; Second Claao Itcit
only). (7. Including berth and meals. Office :
Lower Aloanorth Dock. Fortland ak Com.
Bay S. S Line. L. H. keatlng. Agenb
ftonaa Main -)Q; A 28a2.
lEIl'L MAP OK GREAT BRITAIN FRKE
Also Illustrated Rook of Tours on the
Great Western Railway of England,
Connerta Liverpool. Plymouth, Klshauard
and Hrlsiol with London via the best of
Historic Be gland. - T. Kateley, Ota. A St..
Sol 5tb tic, "Sew York..