Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 23, 1904, Page 15, Image 15

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    THE MORKJSG OREGONIAN, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 53, 1904.
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GREAT TURKEY DAY
Strongs Demand for All That
Were Received.
NO PRICE SLUMP EXPECTED
Quatfty, on the Whole, Is Better T'lan
Usual Reports From the East
of Short Crops and High
Prices. "
Yesterday' was the big day In the wholesale
turkey market, as today will see the rush
with the wholesale trade. It is estimated that
over 5000 turkeys were received on Front
street, but this was not the total receipts o
the city, as many of the local markets re
ceived their supplies direct from the country.
Stocks on Front street moved promptly, and
aa lighter receipts are looked for. today, the
market & likely to remain in food condition
up to the1, end.
Prices ranged all the way from 15c to 21o.
A few extra fancy birds brought 22c The
lowest price was for culls. Some dealers com
plained ot receiving more than the usual sup
ply of poor turkeys, but on "the whole the
quality was very good.
It may be of some interest to the trade to
know that reports from the Eastern states all
pointed to a shortage fa the turkey supply,
and high prices in consequence. The Chicago
Packer collected a mass of statistics from the
East and Middle "West that indicated a
marked scarcity of turkeys. In many sections
there was general complaint that the severe
weather last Winter damaged the broods to a
considerable extent. Prices quoted In the East
range all the way from 20c to 2Sc for choice.
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Prices at
Portland Union
Stockyard
yesterday.
Receipts at the Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday were 120 hogs. The following prices
were quoted at the yards:
CATTLE Beet steers, $3.25; medium. $2.75;
cows, S22.50.
HOGS Best large, fat hogs, $5.50; light
hogs. X44.75.
SHEEP Best Eastern Oregon and Valley,
52.60; lambs, $3.26.
Aurora Goats Go North.
MONMOUTH. Or., Nov. 22. (Special.?
"William Rlddell shipped yesterday IS goats lo
Enderby. B. C. These are all thoroughbred
Angoras from his flock here and are' pur
chased for the purpose of laying the foun
dation of an Angora herd of pure bred stock.
EASTERN LIVESTOCK.
Trices
Current at Chicago, Omaha and
Knnsas City.
OMAHA, Nov. 22. Cattle Receipts, 5700.
Market 10c lower: native eteers, $3.756.75;
cows and heifers, $2.5036.35; Western steers,
$2,002-4.75; Texas steers, $2.6503.75; cows and
heifers, $2.303.40; cannera. $L752.30; stock,
ers and feeders, $2.404; calves, $2.5023,50;
bulls, stags, etc, $l.7tS3.55.
Hogs Reoelpts, 1L000. Market 510o lower;
heavy. $4.504.60; mixed, $4.504.52i4; light,
$4.45&4.55; pigs. ?44.40; bulk of sales. $4.50
4.52.
Sheep Receipts, 7500. Market steady; West
erns, $454.60; wethers, $404.-50; ewes. $3.90
4.40; common and atockers, $2.504.25; lambs.
$565.90.
CHICAGO. Nov. 22. Cattle Receipts. 11.000,
including 3000 Westerns. Market eteady; good
to prime steers. $5.&56.90; poor to medium.
$S-405.60; stockers and feeders, $24.10;
cows, $1.254.50; heifers, $1.605; canners,
$L25S2.85; bulla, $24.35; calves. $36; West
ern steers, $3ff5.50.
Hogs Receipts, 38,000; tomorrow, 38.000.
Market So lower; mixed and butchers, $4.50
4.65; good to choice heavy, $4.504.65; rough
heavy, $4.854.50; light. $4.454.C0; bulk of
sales, $4.5534.623.
Sheep Receipts, 22.O00. Sheep steady, lambs
weak; good to choice wethers, $4.405; fair to
choice mixed, $3.5024.30; Western sheep, $3
(i5; native lambs, $4.256.15; Western lambis,
$4t&5.75.
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 22. Cattle Receipts,
21.000, Including -400 Southerns. Market steady
to 10c lower; native eteers, $3.5026.25; South
em steers, $2.504.25; Southern cows, $1.50
3.25; native cows and heifers, $1.50i.95;
atockers and feeders, $2.25(34.10; bulls, $20
3.50; calves, $2.605.75; Western steers, ?3
4.50; Western cows, $1.503.50.
, Hoga Receipts, 17,000. Market C10c low
er; bulk, $4.504.65; heavy, $4.604.75; pack
ers. $4.504.&5; plga and light, $3.754.53.
Sheep Receipts, 3000. Market strong; mut
tons, $45; lambs, $4.50tf; range wethers,
$3.75-4.75; ewes, $2.7504.25; fed Wyoming
ewes, 98 pounds, $5.
PORTLAND MARKETS. f
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc
The wheat market rules dull, with prices
moderately steady. Trading on Eastern ac
count Is light, owing to the difficulty of mak
ing shipments. The export market Is neglected
as shippers are waiting to see what will be .the
outcome of the meeting of foreign shipowners
in London next week.
WHEAT Walla Walla, export value, SOc;
milling, 83c; Eastern basis, 65c; bluestem. 5c
higher: Valley. 87fcc
BARLEY Feed. $22 person; rolled, $23.50
24.60.
OATS o. 1 white. $L3O0L32; gray.
$1.35L40 per cental.
FLOUR1 Patents. $4.654.S5 per barrel;
straights. $4.3004.45; clears. $3.6504; Val
ley. $4.1004.25; Dakota hard wheat. $6,500
7.50; Graham, $3.50 04: whole wheat, $40
4.25; rye flour, local, $4.60; Eastern, $50
5.10.
MILLSTUFFS Bran, $19 per ton; mid
dlings, $23.50; shorts, $21; chops, U. S.
Mills, $18; linseed dairy food. $18; linseed
ollmeal. lc per pound.
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream. 00
pound sacks, $0.75; lower grades. $5,750
6.25; oatmeal, steel cut. 50-pound sacks. $8
per barrel; 10-pound sacks. $4.25 per bale;
oatmeal (ground), 50-pound sacks, $7.50 per
barrel; 10-pound sacks, $4.25 per bale; split
peas, $4.50 per 100-pound sack; 25-pound
boxes, $1.25; pearl barley. $4 per 100 pounds;
25-pound boxes. $1.25 per box; pastry flour,
10-pound sacks. $2.50 per bale.
HAY Timothy. $14 10 per ton: clover.
$UQ12: grain. $11012; cheat. $12013.
Vegetables, Fruit, Etc
Business was exceedingly active In the fruit
and vegetable line. There was a good assort
ment of all seasonable produce, and as the
demand was strong, prices were fully main;
tatned, as .nas not always oeen tne case witn
Thanksgiving trade .in former years. A car
of aweet 'potatoes "was received, and It was
badly wanted. Another car of oranges also
came In, and the fruit was found to be well
colored.
VEGETABLES; Turnips. 41 per sack: car
rots, $1; beets, $1.25; parsnips. $1.25; cab
bagel lttc; lettuce, head, 15c per
dozen; parsley. 20c dozen; tomatoes, 30050c
pejr box; cauliflower. $1 per dozen; egg plant.
$1 per crate: celery, 60070c per cozen: cu
cumbers. 10015c per dozen; peas, 405c per
pound; beans, green, 405c; mc, 405c;
pumpkins. 101 Vic per pound; peppers. 6c
per pound.
ONIONS New. $1.7501.85. buyers prices.
HONEY $3035 per case
POTATOES New Oregon, fancy. 75S5c.
buyers' price; Merced sweets, IKQlJic.
itAUiJs Loose iiuscatels. 4 -crown, 73c: tl
3-layer Muscatel raisins. 7 He: -unbleached q
seedless Sultanas, 6?ic; London layers,
3 -crown, -whole boxes of 20 pounds, $LS5;
2-crown. $1.75.
DRIED FRUIT Apples, evaporated. G
8Hc per pound; sundried, sacks or boxes,
none; apricots, 10011c: peaches. S 010 He;
pears, soae; prunes, Italians, 405c; French,
HSKc; figs. California blacks, &c; do
white, none; Smyrna. 20c; Fard dates, $L50;
plums, pitted. 6c
DOMESTIC FRUITS Apples, fancy. $10
1.75 ; dean. 75c0$l; wormy, 50060c per
box: figs. S5c0$2.58 per box: grapes, Cali
fornia. $L25!gL65; -pears. Winter Ncllls.
51.251.50; quinces. $1; cranberries, $9,500
11 per barrel; persimmons, $1.25 per box.
TROPICAL "FRUITS Lemons, fancy. $5.25
hc-lce, $3 per box; oranges, sew na
vels, S3.S0rf3.T5: Valencia, $4.50 5 per
box; grapefruit, per oox: Bananas, s5tc
per pound; pomegranates. $2.25 per box
- (Jr-Bcacie. NHts, Etc.
COFFEE Mocha. 2C02Sc: Java, ordinary.
18 20c; Costa Rica, Xancy. 18620c; good.
16018c; ordinary, 10012c per- pound: Co
lumbia roast, cases. 100s. S13. 50s. 513.25:
Arbuckle. $14:75; Lion. $14.75.
itiut; unpenai japan. 2o. l 5.37 no.
2 Creole. 4.22; Carolina. 0c: broken-head.
4c
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound tails.
$1.65 per dozen; 2-pound tails, $2.40; fancy
1H -pound flats. SLS0: -pound flats. $1.10:
Alaska pink. 1-pound talis, S7c: red. 1-
pound tails, $LS0; sock eyes, 1-pound tails;
$1.75: 1-pound flats. $1.85.
suqak bacK Dasia. too pounds: cube.
SG.SO; powdered 40.25; dry granulated.
$6. 15; extra C $5.U5; golden c. $5.55; fruit
sugar, $6.25; advance over sack basis asfol
lows: Barrels. 10c: half barrels. 25c: boxes.
50c per 100 pounds. (Terms; On remittance
within 13 days. dedSct Hts per pound; lr
later than 15 days and within SO days, de
duct He per pound; no discount after 30
days.) Beet sugar granulated. $8.05 per
100 pounds; maple sugar. ISO 18c per pound.
SALT California. $9.50 per ton; $LS0 per
bale; Liverpool. 50s, $15.5u; 100s. $15; 2u0t,
$14.50; half-ground. 100s. $5.25; 60s, $5.75.
NUTS walnuts, ioc per pouna cry sacs,
lc extra for less than sack; Brazil nuts. 15c;
filberts. 15c; pecans, jumbos, 15c: extra
large, 14c; almonds. I. X. L., 15H16c; na
plus ultras, 15c; nonpareils, 13c; chestnuts,
Italians, 15c; Ohio, $4.50 per 23-pound drum;
peanuts, raw, Sc per pound; roasted. 0010c;
plnenuts. 1012c; hickory nuts. 7c; cocoa
nuts. 85 Q 90c per dozen.
BEANS Small white, 3&C; large white,
3c; pink, 4c; bayou, 3&c; Lima, 4Aa
Butter, Eggs, Poultry, Etc
BUTTER City creameries: Extra cream
ery. 80c per pound; fancy creamery. 259
S.1 hie State creameries: Fancy creamery.
25q30c; store butter, iztji4c lias tern: Ex
tra creamery, 27Hc; fancy creamery, 23 0
25c
EGGS Oregon, ranch, 3031Hc; Eastern,
fresh, 27 Vic; storage. 19025c
POULTRY Fancy hens. llllc: do old.
10llc: mixed chickens. 910c; old roosters,
7V48Sc; do young. 1010Vic; Springs. 1 to
2-pound. 10llc; broilers. 1 to lH-pound,
12lSc; dressed chickens. 1212Vtc; turkeys,
live. Spring 15816c; do dressed, 1518c;
do choice. 1921&; geese, live. do
dressed. flH&loc; ducks, old. $G6.S0; do
young, as to size. $78; pigeons, S1&1.25.
GAME Wild geese. 4303.50; Mallard ducks.
$3g4; Widgeon. $282.50; Teal. $22.2S; China
pheasants, $667; do native. $56; grouse, $8
66.50; quail. $2.50ff3.
CHEESE Full cream twins, 11014c;
Young Americas, 12 15c
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc
HOPS Fancy shippers, 32c; choice, 31c;
prime. 30c: medium, 28c per pound.
WOOL Valley, lt2Uc per pound; Eastern
Oregon. 10Q17c; mohair, 25Q20e per pound for
choice.
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1, 16 pounds and up,
1515Hc per pound; dry kip. No. 1. 5 to 16
pounds. 12c; dry calf. No. L under 5 pounds,
16c; dry, salted bulls and stags, one-third less
than dry, flint; salted hides, steers, sound, 70
pounds and over, 8Q8c; CO to CO pounds. 7s
Sc. under 50 pounds and cows, 6fe7c; stags
and bulls, sound, 4&4&c; kip. sound. 15 to 20
pounds, 7c; under 10 pounds. 8c; green (un
willed), lc per pound less; culls, lc per pound;
horse hides, salted. $L50&2 each; dry. $19
1.50 each; colts' hides, 25 5? 50c each; goatsklna,
common. 1015c each; Angora, with wool on,
25e$L
TALLOW Prime, per pound. 45s; No.. 1
and grease. 2&3c
il eats and Provisions.
BEEF Dressed 46c per pound.
MUTTON Dressed. 405c per pound; lambs,
6t4Q6c per pound.
HAMS Ten to 14 pounds, 13c per pound; 14
10 iu pounds, isc; is to zo pounds, 13c; call-
fnmfo frtlrnl 111.. ntac Viti,. 1 f.
shoulders, none;' boiled hzin, 21c; boiled' plcnlo
ham. boneless, 14c
VEAL Dressed. 100 to 125. 7Sc per pound;
125 to 200, 6S6c; 200 and up. 3V404c
PORK Dressed. 100 to 160. 6o$;c per pound;
150 and up, 5c.
BACON Fancy breakfast, ISc per pound;
sianaara DreaKiast, lie; cnoice, 15c; Eng
lish breakfast, 11 to 14 pounds, 14 c
SAUSAGE Portland ham. 13c oer nound:
mlbced ham, 10c; Summer, choice dry, 17c;
bologna, long, 6&c; welnerwurst, 8e; liver, 6c;
porK. iuc; diooc, oc; neaacneese, ujc; do
logna sausage, link, 5&c.
DRY-SALTED MEATS Regular short clears,
lOVic salt, 11 Vic smoked; clear backs, 10c salt,
11c smoked; Oregon export, 20 to 25 sounds.
average. 10V&C salt. HVjc smoked; Union butts,
10 to 18 pounds, average. Sc salt, 9c smoked.
PICKLED GOODS Pickled pigs feet, -bar.
rels. $5; H-barrels, $2.75; 15-pound kit, $1.25;
pickled tripe. -barreIs, $5; Vi-barrels, $2.75;
15-pound kit, $1.25; pickled pigs tongues. Vi
barrels. $5; -barrels, $2.75; 16-pound kit,
$1.25; pickled lambs' tongues, '-barrels, $8.25;
LARD Kettle rendered: Terces, 10V4c: tubs.
lOVic; 60s. lOHc: 20s. 105ic: 10s. lie: 5s.
11 Via Standard pure: Tierces. 0V4c; tubs.
9c; J5ps, 9c: .20s. 3i.c; 10s. lOHc: .5s.
10 Vic Compound: Tierces. OVic; tubs, CSic;
60s. 0?ic; 10s. 7Vic; 5s. 7?ic
Oils.
GASOLINE Stove gasoline, cases, 24c; Iron
barrels, 18c; 86 degrees gasoline, cases, 82c;
Iron barrels or drums, 26c
COAL OIL Cases. 21Vic; Iron barrels; lttc;
wood barrels, none; 63 degrees, cases, 22c;
barrels, 18V&C Washington State test burning
oils, except headlight, Vs" Per gallon higher.
LINSEED OIL Raw, barrels, 54c; cases, 59c
Boiled: Barrels. &0c; cases, 61c One cent less
In 250-gallcn lots.
TURPENTINE Cases. S5c; barrels. 81c.
WHITE LEAD Ton lots, 7c; 600-pound,
7$ic; Ices than 500-pound lots. 8c.
SAN FRANCISCO MARKETS.
Dressed Turkeys the Leading Feature
-Ap-
pies Are Weak.
BAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 22. (Special.) In
the market for general produce, dreesed tur
keys were the leading feature. Including
three carloads that arrived from Oregon late
yesterday, about 250 tons of new stock came
upon the market up to this afternoon, and two
more carloads of chilled turkeys from Texas
were close at hand. The latter stock is of
fered at retail at 25c, and is hurting the
wholesale market for good California and Ore
gon turkeys, which opened at 23c to 26c, and
closed weak at 20c to 25c, without cleaning up.
Liberal receipts are expected tomorrow.
The fruit market was quieter, as turkeys
absorbed most attention. Oranges were weakN
under heavy supplies. Six carloads arrived.
Apples also were easy, with stocks large.
Choice grapes were scarce and firm. Bananas
and pineapples were active and steady.
Receipts of river potatoes were heavy, and
the market quiet and easy, except for fancy
tock, which sells readily at full prices. Sweets
were easy. Onions were firm. Moderate ar-1
rivals from Oregon are dally expected, and will
eell well If fancy.
Wheat options opened higher, but lost roost
of the gains. Barley was stronger In all posi
tions, owing to the light supply and dry
weather talk. Oats were dull. Feedstuffs
wee Arm. Hay was steady.
Fancy butter and eggs are cleaning up bet
ter, owing to the holiday demand. Cheese is
easy. Receipts, 60,000 pounds butter, 36,000
pounds cheese, 18,000 dozen eggs.
Hops are very firm.
VEGETABLES Garlic 405c; green peas.
607c; string beans, 305c; tomatoes. 40c$l;
egg plant, 75c(J$l.
POULTRY Turkey gobblers. 17018c; turkey
hens. ISc; roosters, old, $404.60; do young.
$5.5006; broilers, small, $303.50; do large.
$3.5004; fryers. $4.6005; hens. $4.6006; -ducks.
old, $4.5005.50; do young, $507.
iiu i -J.JUK tancy creamery, 20c; creamery
seconds. 16c; fancy dairy, 16c; dairy seconds.
14C
CHEESE Young America, HVi12Vic; East-
em. 12014c.
EGGS Store. 25030c; fancy ranch. 45c
1VOOL Lambs. 16018c
MILLFEED Bran. $17.5001 S. 50; middlings.
HOPS 1904. 29032c
HAY Wheat. $10015; wheat and oats, $100
14: barley. $9012; alfalfa. $951X50; clover.
$709; stock, $507; straw, 45065c
FRUIT Apples, choice. $1.25; do common.
25c; bananas, 75c0$3; Mexican limes, $404.50;
-California lemons, choice, $3; do common, $1;
oranges, navels, $1.5002.50; pineapples, $1.50
04.
POTATOES River Burbanks, 40070c; River
reus, aauuos cm uaiihg, uucicri.tto;
sweets, G50S5c; Oregon Burbanlas 75c0$l.
RECEIPTS Flour. 4330 quarter sacks;
barley. 2S72 centals; oats, 411 centals; beans.
9200 sacks; corn. 1100 centals: potatoes, 6745
sacks; hay, 174 tone; wool, 216 bales; bides.
244.
Coffee aad Sugar.
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. The market for cof
fee futures closed unchanged to 5 points lower.
Total sales, 100.205 bags. Including: Decem
ber, 6.6006.65c; January, 6.70c; February,
G-Mc; March. 6.9O0C.95C; May, 7.0507.20c;
July, 7.25c; September, 7.4007.50c Spot Rio,
Bteady; No. 7 Invoice. mild, quiet; Cor
dova, 10013c
Sugar Raw, firm; fair refining -4 3-lGc; cen
trifugal, so test, 4 ll-l&c; molasses sugar;
3 15-lSc; refined, firm; crushed, $6.15; pow
dered, J6.&5; granulated. $8.45,
FLURRY ItiHONEY MARKET
CALL LOAN RATE ADVANCES TO
FOUR PER CENT.
Immediate Cause Is Placing of Large
Pennsylvania Bond issue Leads
to Break in StocRs.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. The opening dealings
In the stock market today gave indication of
an upward movement. Prices were generally
higher, and the volume of buslntes was above
that fcr several days past. It was evident
that advantage was taken of the higher level
of prices to market stocks. This has so fre
quently been the action ot the market, through
the recent period of its advance, that not much
apprehension was caused, especially as new
points of strength were developed and large
buying orders passed from one to another.
The fact that only 'one or two stocks were
strong at a time aroused the suspicion that
the market was elng supported for the pur
pose of realizing. The existence of this sus
picion made the market vulnerable, and when
the rate for call loans flurried to 4 per cent In
the afternoon, stocks came out freely from all
quarters of the room, and prices broke rather J
precipitately. Some of the features of strength
had nominal explanations for their advance,
but the subsequent market caused the Impres
sion that the advance had been manipulated
for purpo6es of sustaining the market. There
was enormous absorption both of United States
Steel preferred and of the sinking fund bonds,
and the operatlond were attributed in large
degree to the operations of a pool. Colorado!
Fuel was the only one of the Independent steel
stocks to show marked sympathy. The move
ment in Brooklyn Transit and Manhattan was
paralleled by that In Interbo rough Transit on
the curb. On the other hand, the persistent
heaviness of the Pacifies on .the Stock Ex
change had Its counterpart In the declines ot
Northern Securities on' the curb. The motive
seemed to be a disappointment over a further
postponement of the decision ot the Northern
Securities case. -
The special cause of the flurry In the money
market was said to be the placing of over
$10,000,000 of Pennsylvania Car Trust bonds.
But many larger transactions than that have
been conducted in the money market In the
last few weeks, without disturbance. It was
perceived this morning that some of the larg
est recent lenders of money were not in the
market, and those who-delayed filling their
requirements until late bid up the rate to A
per cent. There were no further engagements
of gold, but the foreign exchange market con
tinued firm. Last prices were only slightly
above the lowest, and the closing tone was
weak at losses generally of between 1 and 2
points.
Bonds weakened at some points in sympathy
with stocks. The total sales, par value, were
$9,9S5,000. United States new 4s advanced
on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Closing
Sales.
High.
87J4
ioa
07Vi
94a
134V4
60Vi
45
Low.
Bid.
Atchison 28,200
86
102H
i&Vs
U3
1S2X
188
49
45
82
24V&
198
do preferred 700
Baltlmoro & Ohio. 14,600
do preferred 200
Canadian Pacific... 8,900
Central of N. J
102k
95
94
1321
"Va'vi
45
"24
200
Chesapeake & Ohio 9,600
Chicago & Alton.
do preferred
Chgo. Gt. Western 200
Chgo. & Northwest. 31,600
25 Vi
201H
c, M. & bu raw.
173H
do n referred 182
Chgo. Ter. & Tran?. 4,200 16 15 15?j
do preferred 1.500 27i 28 2Hft
C. C, C. & St. L 88
Colorado Southern.. S00 23 .... 22&
do 1st pref...'. 67Vi
do 2d pref 35Vi
Delaware & Hudson 2.400 187 185 185
Del.. Lack. & W 315
Denver & Rio Gr.. 300 31 3Ui 29
do preferred 1,200 S6 85 83
Erie 43.300 40 3S 3S4
185
31U
85
3S
72
63
E5
90
149
30
63
"53 "
167
81
124
22
91
146?;
107
33
4$
134
74
94
40
135
75
83
SO
es
24
53
06
117V4
95
36
31
53
114
94
235?
45
21
20
47
do 1st prer 3.500 T3j
do 2d pref 1.S00 55VI
Hocking Valley.... 400 i5
do preferred 100 SO
Illinois Central 3.800 150
Iowa Central 100 30
do preferred 300 66
63
85
89
149
29
56
28
51
22
Kaa. City Southern
do preferred...... 600 531
Louis. &. Nash 17.800 140U
Manhattan L 6,300 16S
Metro. Securities... 2.000 S2&
Metro. St. Ry ... 0,100 125
Mexican Central... 10.300 23H
Minn. & St. Louis
M. S. P. & S. S. M. 800 92 "
63
91
144
108
33
62
43
134
74
90
40
135
75
75
87
79
35
63
24
53
60
117
34
95
36
31
52
114
95
23
45
20
23
do preferred 400 148
Mlnsourl Pacific... 17,000 100
Mo.. Kas. & Tex.. 1.000 34
do preferred 1.400 . 6314
N. R. R. M. pfd. 1.000 44
New York Cent... 4.7O0 130
Norfolk & Western. 4.800 75
do preferred 1.100 94
Ontario & Western. 6,000 42
Pennsylvania 48,100 136?i
P.. C. C Sz St. L
Reading 111,200 77Vi
do 1st pref 800 88
do 2d pref 100 80
Rock Island Co... 38, COO 34-;
do preferred 5.900 84I
S. L. & S. F. 2d pf. 400 68
Bt. l. soutnwest. l.joo :
do preferred LOOO 64
Southern Pacific... 58.100 68
do preferred 2,400 118
Southern Railway. 63, COO 35$;
do preferred 400 95VI
Texas & Pacific... 4,100 37
T.. St. L. & West. 200 32
do preferred 1.000 63
Union Pacific 112.200 116
do preferred...... 1.000 954
Wabash 2.000 24
do preferred 6,700 46
Wheel. & Lake E. 200 21 U
Wisconsin Central. 900 20
do preferred 2,100 49
Express Companies .
Adams 236
American 100 219 210 218
United States 100 123 122 " 120
Wells-Fargo 240
Miscellaneous
AmaL Copper 100.600 80 78 78
Am. Car & Fndry- 4.500 32 31 3V
do preferred 1.500 89 8S SS:
Am. Cotton Oil.... 1,100 34 34 34
do preferred 03
American Ice 1,600
S
38
17
40
32
101
79;
114
149
117
67
46
217
do preferred 1,200
Am. Linseed Oil.
100
do preferred.. ..
Am. Locomotive....
do preferred
Am. Smlt. & Refg.
do preferred
Am. Sugar Refg...
Anaconda Mln. Co.
100
9.700
700
25.000
1.300
12.000
2.000
Brk. Rapid Transit
3.000
Colo. Fuel & Iron.. 47.200
Consolidated Gas... 4.100
Corn Products 5,000
do preferred 2,000
distillers' Securities 1.600
General Electric... 8.500
Internal. Paper.... 29,000
do preferred 500
Internal. Pump.... 200
do preferred
National Lead 800
North American.... 1.200-
Pacific Mnll 8.300
People's Gas 900
Pressed Steel Car.. 6,100
do preferred 400
Pullman Pal. Car.. 100
Republic Steel.... C.500
do preferred 2,800
Rubber Goods 2,000
' do preferred 200
Tenn. Coal & Iron. 6,700
U. S. Leather.... 24.000
do preferred 1,900
U. S. Realty........ 1.200
U. S. Rubber 300
do preferred 900
U. S. -Steel C9.600
do preferred. X . . .137.900
Westlnghouse Elec. 8,000
Western Union 1.000
76
1
96
84
3S,
88
28
00
183
92
27U
9
ISO
91
Total sales for the day, 1,371.600 shares.
BONDS.
NEW YORK; Nov. 22. Closing quotations:
U. a ref. 2s reg.l04lC. & N. W. C. 7s.l28
do coupon ...104 ID. &. R. G. 4s. ..101
U. a 3s reg.... 104 1N. Y. Cent, lsts.100
qo coupon . . . iui
U. a new 4s reg.130
Nor. Pacific 3s 75
do 4s 105
do coupon ...130
bo. Facmc 4S... 86
U. a old 4s reg.l06ii
do coupon ...106
Atchison AdJ 4s. 94
Union Pacific 4s.l06
Wis. Central 4s. 92
Stocks at London.
LONDON. Nov. 22. Consols for
SS; consols for account, SS 16-16.
money.
Anaconda C
Atchison 89
do preferred .106
Nor. & Western 77
do preferred ..94
Ont. &l Weetern.. 4?
.Bait. & Ohio... 100
Pennsylvania ... 70
Can. Pacific ....137
Ches. & Ohio 51K
C. Gt. Western. 25
C M. & St. P.. 179
DeBeers 18
D. & R. G. 33
do preferred . 8S
Erie 40 I
do 1st pref ... 75
do 2d pref ... 56
Illinois Central. 153
L. & N- 143
M K. fc T. 33
N. Y. Central... 135
nana .sames .... 11
Reading 39
ao isi prer ...
do 2d pref ... 41
So. Railway ... S6
do preferred .,98
So. Pacific 69 K
union Pacific ...119
do preferred ..97
U. a Steel ... 28
ao preierrea .. 82
Wabash ... ... 24
do preferred .i 48
Spanish 4s .... 88
Xaaey. Kxchsace, Etc
NEW YORK. Npy. 2. Money cm call,
strone aad. hlbr, 24 per ceat; cl-wtog Md
sad offered, S per cent. Time loans, steady.
4J0 M 0 days, S par ct; six smsUm, t
per cent. Prime SMreutile .paper. 4H8" per
cent.
.Sterling exchange Firm, with actual busi
ness In bankers bills at $4.S7154-8720 for
demand, and at $4.8420 4.8425 for 60 days;
posted rates, $4.85 4.87 V4 and $4.88; com
mercial 'bills, $4.84. .
Bar silver 59c
Mexican dollars 17c
Bonds Government bonds, firm; railroad
bonds. Irregular. -
SANTrANCISCO, Nov. 22. Silver bars, 69c
Mexican dollars. 46c .
Drafts Sight. 2 Vic; telegraph. 5c
Sterling on London. 60 days, $4.84H; sight.
$4.8754.
LONDON. Nov. 22. Bar "silver, firm, 27Vd
per ounce.
Money. 232 Vi per cent.
The rate ot discount In the open market for
short bills la 3 1-16034 per cent; three months
bills. SS31-16 per cent.
Bask Clearings.
Clearings.
Portland $772,118
Seattle 823.095
Tacoma 631.205
Spokane 404.130
Balances.
$130,633
164.011
55,740
151.815
Cuban Gold Shipment Postponed.
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. The $1,600,000 gold
shipment which the National City Bank bad
arranged to send to Cuba this week, has been
postponed. The National City Bank shipped
today to Montreal $250,000 In gold coins.
Dally Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 22. Today's statement
of the Treasury 6hows:
Available cash balance $143,949,036
Gold
81.225.863
WOOL MARKETS.
Boston Trade Is Quiet, but Prices Have Lost
None of Their Strength.
BOSTON, Nov. 22. The wool market has
been more quiet the past week, but It has lost
none of. Its strength. Lack of supplies has
been the cause of curtailment of business. An
average estimate Is that there will not be
over 20.000,000 pounds of wool left In dealers'
hands by January 1. a notable decrease from
last year. Territory wools continue active.
Pulled wools are firmer. Foreign grades are
quiet. Quotations:
Territory Idaho, line, 18019c; heavy fine.
16017c: fine medium. 18019c: medium, -10
22c; low medium. 22023c.
Wyoming Fine. 17018c; heavy fine. 15
18c; fine medium. 17013e; medium. 22023c;
do medium. 13024c
Montana Fince choice. 21g22c: line average
19020c: fine medium choice. 21022c; average,
19020c; staple, 22023c; medium choice, 23025c
LONDON, Nov. 22. The sixth series of ths
1004 wool sales opened today. There was
large attendance. The cSerisgs numbered
7159 bales, mainly Merinos. Competition was
active and prices higher. Several parcels of
good Queensland, New South Wales and South
Australia new clip were offered. Americans
paying Is 3d for the best lota of greasy. Cross
bred were In strong demand. Slipes and Cape
of Good Hope and Natal snow whites and
scoureds were d higher. Merinos were 5 per
cent dearer; Medium cross-breds 10 per cent,
and coarse grades brought 15 per cent above
the last series.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.;Nov. 22. Wool Steady to
nrm. iieaium grades combing -and clothing.
21029c; light fine. 18022c; heavy fine. 14018cj
tub-washed. 26039c.
Metal Markets.
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. The London tin mar
ket cabled a slight decline, with spot closing
at 122 10s, and futures at 132 6s. Locally.
prices were without material change on the
average, though outside quotations were shad
ed. Spot la now quoted at 29S29.17c
Copper also was lower In the English market.
with spot quoted at 66 and futures at 66 7
5d. - Locally, the market was steady at recent
prices. Lake Is held at 14.87015.17c; elec
trolytlc 14.75015c; casting. 14.EO014.75.
Lead was unchanged at 4.2004.70c In the
local market, and at 13 in London.
Spelter closed at 25 5s In London. The local
market also Shows flrmnto3 around 5.7505.87c
for sdoU
Iron closed at 62s Od In Glasgow, and at 46s
a in -Ulddlesboro. Locally, Iron was firmer
1 -foundry Northern, No.- 1 foundry South-
em and do soft are quoted at $16.75017.25; No.
2 foundry Northern, $16.25016.75.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. The market for evap
orated apples Is quiet, the demand belmr very
lignt. rrult is offering for future delivery at
concessions from epot quotations, and the tone
of the market is easy. Common are quoted at
304c; prime. 404c; choice, 505c. and
fancy, 606c
Prunes show no new feature. Coast advices
indicate a steady tone, but no change in prices
iautomia rruit on spot is quoted at from 2c
to 6c according to xrsde.
Apricots are firm, with supplies small, both
here and on the Coast. Choice are held at 9V4
0ioc; extra choice. lO401Oc; fancy. 11015c
.Fescues are in practically the same position
as apricots. Choice are quoted at 9c; extra
choice, B0lOc; fancy. lO011c
New York Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 22,-icotton Futures
opened easy at a decline of 607 points, and
closed barely steady at the lowest point of the
day, or a net decline of 220-30 points. Novera
ber, 9.27c; December. 9.31c; January, 9.41c
February. 9.47c; March, 9.54c; April. 9.60c
May. 8.C5c; June. O.OCc; July, 9.70c. Spot
closed quiet: middling uplands, 9.90c; do Gulf.
10.01c Sales. 35 bales.
Dairy Produce In the East.
CHICAGO. Nov. 22. On. the Produce Ex
change today . the butter market "was firm
creameries, 16024c; dairies, 16021c Eggo,
nrm, at market, 18022c: prime firsts 26c
exuaj, ac i.neese, nrm, li&izc
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. Butter and cheese,
quiet. Eggs, firm: Western fancy selected
20c; do fancy best. 2S029c
Mining Stocks.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 22. Official closing
quotations for mining stocks today were as
follows:
Alpha Con.
$
.12
.25
Justice ...
$ .04
.... 1.03
Andes
Belcher
Best & Belcher.
Bullion
Caledonia
ChaUenge Con...
Chollar.
Confidence
Con. CaL & Va..
Crown Point
Exchequer . . . ..
Gould & Curry.
Hale & Norcross
Mexican . .
Occidental
Ophlr ...
Overman .
.21
1.10
.23
Con..
2.15
47 Fotosl
.13 Savage
.14 Seg. Belcher ... .05
.85 Sierra Nevada .. .42
1.70 Sliver Hill
.16 Union Con. ..... .53
.43Utah Con. 03
.23; Yellow Jacket .. .16
.751
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. Closing quotations
Adams Con. ....$
Alice .
Brcece
Brunswick Con..
Comstock Tun..
.20 Ontario .
.60 Ophlr ...
....$3.00
.... 2.00
16
.12 Phoenix ... ..
.14 IPotoii
.08ISavaga
1.70S!erra Nevada
1.55tSmall Hores .
Con. CaL St Va.
Horn Silver ...
Iron Stiver ....
Little Chief ...
2.10Standard 1.90
.051
BOSTON, Nov. 22. Closing quotations:
Adventure ...$ 6. 23 Mohawk $ 64.25
Allouez 18.13 Mont. C & C. 4.50
Amalgamated. 78.63 Old Dominion. 27.00
Am. Zinc .... 13.25 Osceola 93,00-
Atlantic 17.50 Parrot 30.50
Bingham SS.00 Qulncy 120.00
CaL & Hecla.. 670.00 Shannon 8.73
Centennial ... 29.00 Tamarack ... 127.00
Copper Range. 70.63 Trinity 14.C5
Daly West ... 13.00 U. a Mining.. 25.00
Dominion Coal 61.50 U. S. OH 12.25
Franklin 13.00 Utah 44.73
Grancy 5.13 Victoria 5.25
Isle Royale .. 29.60 Winona 11,00
Mass. Mining. 7.50 Wolverine .... 107.00
Michigan .... 9.50
Hep Sale at Unfikw,
FOREST GROVE. Or., Nov. 22. Hancan
Bros., .of Banks, sold 14.600 pounds of hops
today to John Cannlchael, of Salem, at 31c a
pound.
Mining Company Dividend.
BOSTON, Nov. 22. The directors o the
Calumet & Hecla. Mining- Company have
declared a regular quarterly dividend of
$19 per share. In 1364 the company had
paid $48 per share in dividends as com
pared with $85 last year.
Caught Making S-Hirtetts Coin.
PHILADELPHIA, Novi 25. Secret serv
ice men of this city and New "Fork today
captured William S.rtltt, Harry Seltx.
alias Te Moam," aai Chartes CUftoe,
known as "Bunco Ciiarlle," In the act of
aaaufaturinff eountrfit Utc dollars.
STRONG WHEAT MARKET
CHICAGO SCORES ADVANCE ON
HIGHER PRICES ABROAD.'
Leading Factor Is Report From Ar
gentina Claiming Heavy Rains
Have Delayed. Harvest.
CHICAGO. Nov. 22. From Initial transac
tions to the end of the seta I on. wheat exhibit
ed remarkable strength. At the opening De
cember wasT up llc. at $1.0S, to $1.C9, and
May up c to lUc, at $1.09 to $1.09. The
advance was nargely due to higher prices In
foreign grain markets. Liverpool cables being
up &d. notwithstanding the severe break here
yesterday. The strength abroad was said to
be a result of active buying caused by re
ports from Argentina claiming that heavy
rains had delayed harvesting in that country.
From the start shorts were eager bidders tor
wheat, but offerings at first were limited. A
little later' there was some selling as a result
of liberal receipts in the Northwest. There
was also considerable profit-taking, which
finally resulted In a slight reaction. At $1.08
for December, however, shorts again became
active buyers, and prices started on another
upward movement. Throughout the remainder
of the day the tendency was toward a higher
level. A number of reports were received
from the Southwest, stating that rain Is great
ly needed, and that much damage Is being
done by drouth. Another bullish consideration
was .a decrease in primary receipts. Strength
of cash wheat was also a factor. The high
point on December for ths day was reached
at $1.09. May touched $1.10. The market
closed with December at $1.09. May closed
at $1.O901.O9.
Strength of wheat, small country receipts and
higher prices at the sample tables were factors
that held corn . firm. The volume of trading
was not large. December closed c higher at
49c May closed at 45846c
In sympathy with the wheat market, oats
were strong. December closed c higher at
23029c May closed at 31c
Persistent buying of lard and ribs by pack
ers caused a firm tone In provisions. January
pork closed 17g20c higher; lard. 10c higher.
and ribs 5ic higher.
The Board of Trade will be closed on Thanks
giving (Thursday), November 24.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
WHEAT.
Open. High.
Low.
$1.03
1.09
97
Close.
Dec J1.C9 $1.0UU
$1.09
May 1.09 L10
July .88 .03
1.0U
.98
CORN.
.49 .40
.45 .46
.43 .46
OATS.
.31 .31
Dec.
.45
.43
.45
.49
.46
May
July
.45
July
.31
.31
.23
.21)
.31
Nov. ....
Dec ....
,2S .23
.. .31V4 .31
MESS PORK.
.28
.31
May ....
Jan 12.45 12.00
12.45
12.50
12.60
May 12.50 12.75
12.72
LARD.
Jan 6.92 7.02U
6.92
7.10
7.00
May T.10 7.17
7.17
SHORT RIBS.
Jan 6.42 6.62
6.42
6.57
6.50
May 6.00 6.67
6.67
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour Steady.
Wheat No. 2 Spring. $1.OS01.11; No. 3. $10
1.08; No. 2 red. $1.1101.13.
Com No. 2. 53c; No. 2 yellow, 07c
Oats No. 2. 31032c; No. 2 white, 32033i
No. 3 white. 3O032c
Rye No. 2. 7 Sc.
Barley Good feeding, 2S02Sc; fair to choice
malting, 42052c
Flax seed No. 1, $1.11; No. 1 Northwest
ern. $1.19.
Mees pork Per barrel, $11.15011.20.
Lard Per 100 pounds. $6.9206.95.
Short ribs aides Loose, $8.6203.87VS.
Short clear sides Boxed, $6.7506.87.
Clover Contract grade, $12.25.
ReceiDta. Shtoments.
Flour, barrels -r.coo
11.900
wneat. busbeis .i:m,3x
Corn, bushels 679,600
Oats, bushels 152.300
Rye. bushels 8,000
Barley, bushels 132.700
47.000
127.200
152,300
9.SC0
19.300
Grain and Produce at New York.
NEW YORK. Nov. 22. Flour Receipts. 33.-
150 barrels; exports, 900 barrels. Market, dull
and lower. Minnesota patents. $5.9006.20.
Wheat Receipts. 18.000 bushels. Spot, firm
No. 2 red. $1.19 f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 North
ern Duluth. $1.21 f. o. b. afloat. Options had
a strong advance today on bullish Argentina
news, higher Liverpool cables, dry weather
West and active covering. In the afternoon
they reacted, but steadied up, finally closing
01c net higher. May closed $1.11; July,
$1.02; December. $1.16.
Hops, hides and wool Firm.
Petroleum Steady.
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 22. Wheat and bar
ley, stronger.
Spot quotations
Wheat-Shipping. $1.470L5O; milling.
$1.5201.O5.
Barley Feed, $1.O801.1O; brewing. $1.15
1.17.
Oats Red, $1.221.50; white, $1.42
1.57; black. $1.271.62.
Call board sales-r
Wheat December, $1.43.
Barley December, $1.00.
Com Large yellow, $1.4001.50.
Changes In Available Supplies.
NEW YORK, Nov. 22. Special cable and
telegraphic communications received by Brad
street's show the following changes in avail
able supplies, as compared with last account
Bushels.
Wheat United States and Canada,
east of the Rocklee. decrease 723,000
Oats United States and Canada, east
ot the Rockies, decrease 871.000
European Graba 'Markets.
LONDON. Nov. 22. Wheat on passage sellers
at adecllne.
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 22. Wheat Steady;. De
cember. 7a ld; March, 7s 2d; May. 7s 2d.
Wheat and flour. In Paris, quiet. Weather la
England, cold and damp.
Wheat at Tacessa.
TACOMA, Wash.. Nov. 22. Wheat Un
changed; bluestem, SSc; club, 85c.
Well-Known New York Merchant.
KflW TORK. Nov. 22. Joseph. :
Bloomlnsdale, a well-known, dry goods
merchant and capitalist who retired from
active business some time ago, Is dead
at his home here from heart affection.
Ee went West in his youth and began
business In Leavenworth, Kan., golnsr
from there to California tn 1850. He
was prominently Identified with numerous
Hebrew educational and financial Institu
tions.
AT THE HOTELS.
THE PORTLAND,
G Hlghtower, Qulncy!
R Goddard and wife.
Seattle
A W Martin. Seattle j
S R Stern, Spokane!
F M Moriarty, S F
J Israel. do
J Joseph, do
X Cormier, fit Joe
S A Alexander, N Y
W li JDD. do
ii A Walx. da
M Voorsanrer. do
W A Newton. Chlcasro
vv x vvaiKer, at noma
R G White. Phlladel
Mrs'H B Peeks. WW
M Thatcher. Wall Wal
J Jacobs. San Francis
J r fiseityne. do
B Rosenfeld, San i'rn
L M Herman. Chicago
G W Dashell. K C
J A Bell, San Franclsc
J F Loland, Chicago;
a x.eiiy. Seattle
T D Blodgett, Tulare
T C Feltle. Chicago
C H Brown. MUwauk
J G Edwards. Hay Ck
L Robinson, New Ykl
w. -ft. arm, saa i'ran
J A Lyons. New Yorkto Mlnkler and daugfa
F W Grant, Seattle
ter, Lyman. Wash.
E M Gallen. RochestrlM L Bailey and wife,
Xr M Woolfolk, Loulsv
Stanhope. Xoxlaad.
EF Baxter, Seattle
F A Montgomery.
Boston
A J Mlnard. Chicago
W H DeArne aad wf,
Butte. Fa
C A Parisfe. Sas Fra
THS PERKINS.
F Hergert, Seattle
Geo W Piper, do
Fred W Piper, do
Cb&s A Piper. Ao
Wra Van. Vac tor.
Goldendale
R P Solse. Salem
A D DevoBhIre,
Vnittmnn
C K Porter. Grass Val
George Meere, Baker
t A JLorta. CMcaze
x n WUM4L. saiem
H X Cherrr. Astoeta
L P LaiRff. Mpts
xrs r r nnwt,
Shaaik X
K P K 8 vnoa
J 3. iroed. ArlUcteaiDs- J A
Xr Mary BmiU4o (Mrs Kama,
1C-H OtM. Cattia. Wn
Wra Bentloy IF E Luster, Roseburg
Jars 13 w iialston. IH Henderson. St Hela
Maysvllle IE A Parke, eltv
A O RaMon. MavsvlllW D Lunn. cltv
Mrs Ralston do IChas McEwen. Goldnd
Ivy Ralston do IThos Graham, do
Elton Ralston. do IB Jerom. Tuaimn
Laura Bogart, do P W Kaser. Walla Wl
Ninemire. MontesniC H Brlsben. T DUs
H PhllllDS. VlctoriaiE H Flar. St Helens
Fred Russell. San FrnlD Coolldge. Spokane
a 11 uougnerty, do K wood. Columbia
W J Lang. Omaha I University
W D Outraan, Pullmn E G Noiop. A3hland
Mrs L J Outman, doJ A Miller. Chicago
v u hartley, tiooa. u i' atetcair. Seattle
u n ciarke, No Dak E B Smith. Fossil
Mrs Clarke. do L D McCoy, Roseburg
Miss Clarke. do
E C Colley, Seattle
Master Clarke do
Mrs coney, Seattle
J B Harrison. Central!
IJ W Fleming. do
A A Jayne. Hood Rvr
a Gllham. La Grnd
.u iiorer. saiem
A J McMillan, x Dans
u unajcrott. Che
mawa
W B Kurtz. T Daue3
THE IMPERIAL.
C W Fultcn. Astoria
Miss M Shannon.
H G Van Dusen. do
iorest Grove
O J King. St Helens
Miss G Hartley, For
est Grove
J C L Rhyne. S F
H Henderson, do
Idella Woodbury,
x rain
a u van JLusen. at
W Kuykendall. Eugne
Joe
J Al Edmunson. do
M Ota. San Francisco
c it welch. Baiter Cy
E Bannister, Assotln
u a. toster. do
E H Crosslan. Salem
C EVLovlns. Eusene
F L Davis. Missoula
J Rhine. Halsey
IJ Mitchell. Cedar Rap
J A Grlffen. Clatskan
Mrs J Mitchell, do
borman, Cathlamet
W A Bell. Prlnevllle
Mrs W A BelL do
Mrs C E McDowell, do
Mrs it Gorman, do
nay uorman. do
J P Frlzell. Gaston
P B Polndexter. do
G A Heldtnger. Spokn
Miss Dora Brackett,
Rufus
D J Cooper. T Dalles
xi w Taylor. Cascade
Locks
D H Smith. City
IB Stlmson. San Fran
M L Walker, Seattle
Mrs B Stlmson, do
W L smith. Seattle
G W Raymond, Astora
A W Handy. Frances
A Axeirod. New xotk
C B Wellman. Chicago
I A Manning. SaIem
THE ST. CHARLES.
Mrs H P Nichols.
Chas Begg. Olympla
F F Perkins. N Yaml
Ames. Iowa
Miss Nichols. Ames i
L Plowman. Pampa
E Vauxhan. Los A
Mrs Plowman and
C J Rea. Salem v
son, Pampa. wn
S S Young
Mrs F B Aldridge
and family. Dallas
C Hale
Shannon
H Henderson. St Hln
R L Jones. Wlnloclc .
T A McFarland
W E Alberson. Burns
P Chandler. Fisher
Mrs Alberson. jdurns
E J Howland. Loulsvl
Miss H M Spauldlng,
John Foley, sauvies is
Goldendale
a jr coe. Rainier
Miss H Lyster. Den
(Chas Kuenstery,
mark
woodburn
A J Parrlsh, H RlvcrlM S Hazen, city
Kate Quay. Phillips
J A Kerr, city
Emma Quay. Phillips
W F Steele. T Dalles
E A Rullfson. Catlln
W R Hardman
W A Hardman
A D Foster, Olequa
Harrv Jaepson. KelsoiA Nelson
D H Miller. Gales UKU ri ownoey. AlDanv
P T Jones. Gaston Arthur E Larsen. WW
Mrs Jones, Gaston
R J Owens, Astoria
Mrs N W McCoy.
iii Agger, Asioria
C Russell. Barton 1
F M Morgan. Troutdl
Geo Williams. Troutdl
Cathlamet. W ash I
Miss McCoy. Cathlam
J W Thomas, Molalla
O Golden. Seattle
Mrs Thomas. Molalla
Mrs H B Klbbey. I
F T Pembroke
H Eysten. Seattle
Minnie Johnson, city
Rlckreall. Or
J W Reid, Esta carta
T H Howell, aeavrtn
C C Thayer, Stevonsn
T, Rachmann. Mist
W S wells. Fenaieion
W L Goheen, Carollt
Chas Myers, baiem
John Ntssen, Eagle C
W P Heacock. NewbgiH A Kirk, Olympla
1 Heacock, Newnergl
Tacoma Hotel, Tacoma.
American ran. Rates. $3and up.
Hotel Donnelly, Tacoma.
Flrst-claej restaurant In connection
ELESS
TELEGRAPH STOCK
The Marconi system of .wireless tel-
esrranhv has had a phenomenal growth,
Few. even -among1 the best-posted men
of the day realize tnis iact- ine jaar
ennl svstem is now in dailv commer
cial use all over the world, and Us fa
Climes lor service me uuiug ciicuucu
as rapidly as Is physically possible.
It has been offiuialj-iX aaoptea Dy
the leadlns: srovernments of the world.
It has been OFFICIALLY adopted by
the great trans-Atlantic steamsnlp
comrjanIe3.
It has been OFFICIALLY adopted by
Lloyds.
It has been OFFICIALLY adopted oy
y the Associated Press.
It has been OFFICIALLY employed
by Iteuter's News Ajrency, by the Lon
don Times ana the New YorK Herald.
It Is OFFICIALLY co-operatlnsr wlthj
the Western Union an0TFO5tal Tele-1
graph Companies.
The British government has con
tracted to use the Marconi system for
all vessels of the navy for 14 years.
and is using it in connection .with Its-
life-saving service ana in tne army.
The City of London has OFFICIALLY
adopted It for fire-alarm service.
The British government ha3 stations
in China, m Formosa, at .Malta, at uib
raltar. at Suez and Bermuda.
The securities of this company are
considered a better Investment than
those of the Bell Telephone stock, or
any or tne great radical inventions or
the present age, and are bound to in
crease In value month after month. On
January first the wireless system
across the ocean opens up. Now is the
time to secure an investment in this
stock on either a cash basis or on our
easy payment plan. Correspond with us
at once for fullest Information and
lowest market price of these securities.
SOUTHWESTERN SECURITIES CO-
Dealer In high-class stocks, bonds and se
curities.
511 H. W. Hellman Building.
Loa Anseles, California.
o
OMMISSION
GRAIN and
STOCK
BROKERS
- We CEiarge Ne Iaterest fer
Carrying Long Stock
Genera! Office S la
MINNEAPOLIS, MINN.
. K. AlAea. CorrstsoBdeat.
Room 2, Grouad Floor, .
Chamber of Commerce.
TKAVELEKS' GCIDX.
COLUMBIA RIVER SCENERY
PORTLAND to THE DALLES
Regulator
Line Steamers
CXILT (EXCEFT SBK9AT) 7 A. ft
Direct line tor McCett's. St. Martlc'a aad
Collms Hot Springs. Connecting at Lyle,
Wash.. -with Columbia River & Northern Ry.
Co.. tor Goldendale and Klickitat Valley
MjBtc Landing foot ot Alder street. Pbcaa
Main 314. B. M'DONALD. Agent,
For South -Eastern Alaska
LEAVES SEATTLE U A. M..
Ctfv TACOMA II- P. M., aay pre-
Sjv vious, jiteamsnips urxz UF
SEATTLE. NOV.4, 18, 23, cau-
inr at .Ketcnueau, jjcugias,
Ijuaeau and Skagway; HUM
FBOLDT, Nov. 11, 24, vU Vic
toria; COTTAGE) CITY. Nov.
T. 21. via. Vancouver, Sitka
aad KIUlssoo: ROXONA for
Vancouver. Monday. Weda-
day asa Friday. 10 rl v.i i,v .
Meatsers conaect at San Francisco with cam
bbt's stumers for ports in CallXornia. Mex
ico and Humboldt Bay. For further laiorma
tteo oiuin folder. Right is reserved to change
sers or eUlB date City ot SeattU doea
, ai at Wra b ell or British Columbia, ports.
TICKET OFFICES.
mrtin&....'- 24 Vaehlagtee at.
fbmtiiti. Jaawa st f Deck
Saa-r-.AselM...... 18 Market sfc
a D. DUX ANN. Gtm. Pass. AV
no.
XXAVXLX&r G33XBE.
SHOir Line
amIMin Pacific
3 TRAINS TO THE EAST DA1U
Throurh Tlil-nan atunrfsptt n. lnnri .l..rv.
lagars dally to Omaha, Chicago. Spokane;
tcurlst aleeplngar dally to gn City;
through Pullman tourist aleeplngar (persoa
ally conducted) weekly to Chicago. Recitals a
cciir-cars (seau free) to the East dally.
UNION DEPOT.
Leaves.
Arrives.
CHICAUO-POKTLAND
9:15 A. M.
Sally.
SUiP.M.
SPKClAL for th Jait
)ally
via Munuagton.
tiPOKA.NiJ lllbh.
k..li P. iX.
1:00 A.M.
13lly.
for JiakUrn Wauuiing
ion, viula w'alia. Lew
Uiun, Coeur a.'Juezu
and Grcai Noruer.
Uauy.
points.
ATLANTIC EXPPJia.
:13 P. M.
Dally.
:15 A.M.
Dally.
tor tea East Via Uua.
lagton.
RIVER SCHEDULE.
FOR ASTORIA, and
S:C P. it.
UaUy.
except
Suncay.
Saturday,
10:OU . M.
9:00 P. U.
Teay points, connecting
Dally,
except
Sunday.
wlia tteamer tor Uva
and North Beach
steamer Hazsalo. Ash
street docK twaler per.)
iOlt UA3CTON. Ore
7:00 A. 1L
llally.
except
Suuuay.
iao . II,
DUy.
except
auaJay.
gon City and lamnm
mver pomu steamera
iiodoc and Ruth. Ah
street dock (water per.)
POR LEWISTON.
1:40 A. M.
Dally,
except
Saturday.
About
,:vo P. It
except
jTridajr.
Idaho, and way polnu
trom Riparla, Waan.
eteamers Spokane aac
Lewlatcn.
TICKET OFFICE. Third and A aliliiitoa-
Tclepcone Haln 712.
SAN PRANC1SCO Jfc PORTLAND S. S..CO.
For San Francisco, every Ave days from
Alanworth dock S. S. Geo. "W. Elder. Nov.
22; S. S. Columbia, Nov. 1T-2T. Sailings from.
Alna worth dock. 8:00 P II.
PORTLAND ASIATIC S. S. COXPAXX.
For Yokohama and Hong Kong, calling aS
Kobe, Nagasaki and Shanghai, taking freight
Via connecting steamers for Manila, Pore Ar
thur aad Vladivostok r S. S. Nlcomedla. Nov.
21; S. S. Numantla, Dec 8. For freight and
turther particulars apply to
JAMES II. DEWSON. Agent,
Telephone Main 2&S. Upper Alaa'u. Dock.
EAST
SOUTH
UNION DEPOT.
OVKHI.ANXJ 2X
PREsjS TRAILS
lor balem. Koe-
7-2BA.2L
burg, Ai aland, sue-
raiiicntu, usden, sutni
jbTancuco, Alojava,
LOS JUlKelbdL t-i
Paso, New Orleans
ana tne tstsi. iiom-
8:30 A. M.
lng tram conurcts1
7:19 P. K.
at WoodQurn (dally
except aunoay) wUa
uam xur Atvua.
Ansel. vSUveruia,
uruwusvuio, ssnag.
Dele. WendUug tuid
matron.
U:0Q P. M.
Albanr
passenger
10:10 A,
rann,cN
WDoa
turn with Mt. Ange!
ana auvertoa ioca
7:20 A. M.
IH-M P. M.
Corvallla passenger,
5:20 P. M.
A. M.
ahencan passenger.
Daily.. J i Dally, except Sunday.
PORTLAND-OSWEGO SUBURBAN SERVTC3
AND
YAMHILL DIVISION.
Leave Portland dally tor Osweao t 7:30 A.
mTT 12:50, 2:05. 3"i5. 60. OJi. S:30, 10U0 P,
M. Dally, except Sunday, o:30. 60. 8:35,
10:23 A. it. 4:00. 11US0 P. M. Sunday, ouly.
8 A. Mi
Returning from Oswego arrive Portland dally
S-so SL. 1.55. 3:05. 4:35. 6:15. 75. 9:35.
li-10P. M- Daily except aunaay. 7j).
90 10:20. 11:15 A. M. Jlrcept Monday, 12-a
A- M. Sunday only. 10:00 A. M.
Leave from tamdepot for Dallas and Inter
mediate points daily except Sunday. 4 P. M.
Arrive Portland, 10:20 A. M.
The Independence-Monmouth motor line oper
ates dally to Monmouth and Airlle. connecting
with S. F. Co. trains at Dallas and Independ.-
"lrst-class fare from Portland to Sacramento
fd SanFranclsco, $20; berth. 5. Second
ers fare Slecolidiass berth. 52.50.
keu to Eastern points and Europe. Also
JanarT Chtaa. Honolulu and Australia.
J CTTY TICKET OFFICE, corner Third and
-Washington streets.. Phone Main 712.
TIME CARD
OFTRAINS
PORTLAND
Denarc Arrive-
Puget Sound Limited for
Tacoma, Seattle. Olympla.
South Bend and Gray's
Harbor points 8:30 am 5:30 pa,
North Coast Limited for
Tacoma, Seattle, Spokane,
uBtte, St. Paul. New Tork,
Boston and all points East
and Southeast 3:00 pra 709 ana
Twin City Express, for
Tacoma. Seattle, Spokane,
Helena, Su Paul. Minne
apolis. Chicago, New York,
Boston and all points East ' e
and Southeast ..11:15 pra- 7:00 psi
Puget Sound-Kansas Clty
Et. Louis Special, tor
Tacoma, Seattle. Spokane,
Butte. Billings, Denver,
Omaha, KaTisas City, St.
Louis and all points East
and Southeast 8:30 am 7:0 aa
All trains dally, except on South Bend braach,
A. D. CHARLTON, Assistant General Pas
senger Agent, 255 Morrison St.. corner Third,.
Portland. Or.
Astoria & Columbia
River Railroad Co.
I
Leaves. UNION DEPOT. Arrives.
Dally. For Maygers, Kalnler, Dan
Clatskanie. Westport. ""
Clifton. Astoria, War-S-J09
A. M. "ntpB, Flavel, Ham- m
moad. Fort Stevens. 1
Gear hart Park. Sea
ilde. Astoria and Sea
shore. Express Dally.
7;0e P. M Astoria Express. J:4p. M.
( Daily.
C. A. STEWART. J. a MAYO,
Coaam'l At., 248 Alder st. G. JT. & P. A,
PhOBS Mala 90S. "
CMr Tlefcet 04Tlee. 1M M it, Pfeaae M.
2
0YEELA3TD TKADCS DAtLT O
TOtm flya- aad the last Mali.
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JAPAN-AMERICAN LINE
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