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- THE MORNING OKEGONIAN, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1906.
Buyers and Sellers of Wheat
Cannot Agree on Terms.
SMALL BUSINESS RESULTS
Only Five Thousand Bales of Hops
Left In WashinRton Potato Pro
duction of United States.
Big Produce Receipts.
"WHEAT Farmers holding for bet
ter prlcce. .
HOPS Small quantity left In
POTATOES Production o Taclfic
PRODUCE Large rail receipts yes
terday. POULTRY Dealers expect better
movement this week.
EGGS Supply and demand equal.
BUTTER Top grades clean up.
"Wheat buyers and wllere are too far apart
In their views for much buMness to be trans
acted. The demand from California Is lim
ited and exporters tsay they cannot pay the
prices aeked, while millers have all the wheat
they need and some of them more. In view of
the present condition of the flour market. The
tone of the market yesterday was easy and
prices wore more or let nominal, values on
club being about 7172 cents and on blue
stem 73g74 cents.
Broomhall'e latest foreign weokly crop sum
mary says: "United Kingdom Flnor and
colder weather Is wanted. France. Germany
Snow is wanted. The condition of native grain
Is poor. Hungary. Roumania Snow is want
ed. Russia The weather has become- less fa
vorable. It being wet and milder. The Indus
trial conditions at the ports suggest larger
fhipment. Argentine The -weather Is unfa
vorable for threshing and yields in the North
SMALL STOCKS IX WASHINGTON.
Only 5000 Bales of Hops Left In the State,
According to McNeff.
Jack McNeff, the hopman who came over
from Tacoma yesterday, says there are only
oOOO hales of hops unsold in Washington, and
that the quality of the remaining lot Is poor.
Local dealers are unable to estimate closely
the quantity of unsold stock" in Oregon, but
few of them, believe It exceeds 20.000 bales.
The market was moderately active yester
day for a Monday, with a number of lots pass
ing between dealers and several small sales
being reported from the country.
Daniel Flint, the pioneer grower of hops in
California, is quoted in the Sacramento Union
as aylng that as soon as the -weather clears
up and the agents of the big houses have a
chance to get out among their customers he ex
pects to see a more favorable -condition of the
hop markot. "I was talking Just yesterday
with a man from San Franolsco, and he takes
the same view that I do," srald Mr. Flint.
'There may not be any great advance at
once, but I believe that there will be a move
ment In February that will greatly benefit
the producers of hops. According to the pres
ent Idea it is likely to come before the middle
of next month.
PRODUCTION OF POTATOES.
Oregon, "Washington and California Had In
creased Yields Last Year.
According to the final report of the Depart
ment of Agriculture, Oregon last year raleed
M3,CS0 bushels of potatoes on 40,488 acres.
an Increase of 1.102,137 bushels over the pro
duction of 1001. The yield in Washington last
year waa 4.856,258 bushels, an Increase of
J..C,3i8 bushels." and in California. 8,208,015
toushels, a gain of 2.234.880 bushels. Yearly
estimates of the United States potato crop by
the Department of Agriculture are ehown In
LARGE PltODUCE ARRIVALS.
JTroat Street Well Stocked With Vegetables
Front street received some liberal supplies
of outside produce yesterday and business was
much brisker than at the close of last -week.
The receipts consisted of a car of Los Angeles
cauliflower, which was distributed along the
street, one car of pweet potatoes, one car of
oranges, one car of lemons and two care of
bananas. Another car of bananas is due to
All the arrivals were in good shape, cspe
cially the cauliflower, which found ready sale
at J per crate. Cabbago has become scarce
In the market and large celery Is also in
limited supply. Among the express receipts
was a shipment of fine cucumbers "which were
offered at $1.75 per dosen. The steamer etuft
Is cleaning up well and will all be gone by the
time the next boat arrives.
There wae a strong demand yesterday for
Japanese oranges from the Chinese, owing to
the approaching new year's holiday.
SLOW POULTRY DEMAND.
Dealers Hope for a Better Movement When
the Market Opens.
There was no poultry market to speak of
yesterday. A little stock had been carried
over from Saturday, but the demand was
light. Dcalcra hope for a better movement
this week than last.
The egg market was steady with the de
mand and supply equal. .
Butter was unchanged, top grades moving
freely at former .prices, but other kinds were
not so readily taken and were quoted weak.
Some storage butter Is said to be offering on
the street at low prices.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Grain. Flour. Teed, Etc.
.FLOUR Patents. $4.3004 70 ,. ,...
straights, 3.804.10: cai $1 65 eT
Valley. X3.CO03.9O: Dakota fSf
ents, J5.50C: clears. $5; craham t't
J5.75; whole wheat. $3 75 4: e n'UrS?
!?: 3.255.35: corameaL
corameat. per bale.
OATS No. 1 whlt
font frr kaaa.
gray, szitazx per ton.
272 per ton. ' "ww.w;
MILL6TUFFS Bran. city. $17; connrrv
$18 per ton: mlddllnci. sJ r.n TTH?
18; country. $19 per tea; chop. u. SMiiu!
f 17.50; linseed dairy food, J18; acalfa meal,
$18 xr ton.
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream. 90
ponnd sacks. $6.75: lower grades. $5,251?
6.50; oatmeal, steelcut. 50-pound sacks. $3
per barrel: 19-pound sacks. $4.25 per bale;
oatmeal tground). 50-pound sacks. $7.D0 per
barrel: 10-pound sacks, $4 per bale; split
peas, f 5 per 100-pound sacks: 25-pound
boxes. $1.40; pearl barley. $4.25 per 300
pounds; 23-pound "boxes. $1.25 per box;
Pwtry flour. 10-pound sacks. $2.50 per bale.
BARLEY Feed. $23.5024 per ton; brew
ing. $23.50624: rolled. $24625.
BUCKWHEAT $2.50 per cental.
HAY Eastern Oregon timothy. $13.50(1
14.50 per ton; Valley timothy. $910: clover.
$9 10: cheat. JS.5009.50; grain hay. $S0.
Vegetables. Fruit. Etc
DOMESTIC FRUITS Apples, common, 75c
ll per box: choice, $1,252-1.50; fancy. $2C2
2.50; pears. 51-25&1.50 per box; cranberries.
$13S13.50 per barrel.
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons. $293.50 per
oox; oranges, navels. $232.75 per box: Jap
anese, COc per single box; grapefruit, $2,750
3.25; pineapples, 4Q4.50 per dozen; bananas,
5c per pound.
FRESH VEGETABLES Artichokes, $1,253
1.50 per dozen: beans. 20c pound; cabbage.
l4W2c per pound; cauliflower, $2 per
crate; celery. $3y3.50 per crate; cucumbers.
$1.75 per dozen; head lettuce. 25-40c per
dozen: hothouse. $1.25S1.50 box; pease. 12
'15c; bell peppers. 35c; pumpkins. 31c per
pound; radishes. 25c per dozen: tomatoes. $2.25
02.40 per crate; sprout. C Hi (57c per pound:
squash, lIc per pound.
ROOT VEGETABLES Turnips. SOc0$l
per sack; carrots, 65075c per sack; beets.
S5c0$l per sack; garlic. 1012c per
ONIONS Oregon, No. 1, $101.15 per sack;
No. 2. 70 80c
POTATOES Buying prices: Fancy graded
Burbanks, 70075c per hundred; ordinary. 509
60c; sweet potatoes, 22c per pound.
DRIED FRUITS Apples. 11012c per
pound; apricots, 1212c; peaches. 10
12c; pears, none; Italian prunes. 5UQ0c;
California figs, white, in sacks. SUe per
pound; black. 405c; bricks, 12-14 ounce
packages. 75085c per box; 58-ounce. $20
2.40; Smyrna. 20c per pound; dates. Per
sian. 5 CfGc per pound.
RAISINS Seeded, 12-ounce packages. 80
8c; 16-ounce. 010c; loose "muscatels,
2-crown. 7C?7c; 3-crown. 7 7c; 4
crown. SSc; unbleached seedless Sul
tanas, C7c; Thompson's seedlccc, un
bleached. 80Sc; Thompson's fancy un
bleached. 1212c; London layers, 3-crown.
whole boxes of 20 pounds. $1.75; 2-crown. $2.
Butter. Eggs. Poultry, Etc
BUTTER City creameries: Extra cream
er'. 3032c per pound. State creameries:
Fancy creamery. 2732c; store butter, lfl
EGGS Oregon ranch. 2728c; Eastern.
21 &'23c per dozen.
CHDeSSE Oregon full cream, twins. 14
15c: Young America, 15 16c
POULTRY Average old hens, I2ei3c.
Springs. 32513c; mixed chickens. 12012c:
broilers, lfcfilSc: dressed chickens, 14
015c; turkeys, live. 15c; turkeys. dressd.
choice. 17020c: geese, live, pound. 9011c:
geese, dressed, per pound. 12014c: ducks. 16Q
17c; pigeons. $102; squabs. $2J3.
Groceries. Nuts. Etc.
COFFEE Mocha, 20 0 28c; Java, ordinary,
18022c; Costa Rica, fancy, 18 0 20c; good.
16018c; ordinary. 19022c per pound Colum
bia roast, cases. 100s. $14.25; 50s. $14.23;
Arbuckle. $16.3S; Lion. $16.38.
RICE Imperial Japan. No. L 5 He; South,
ern Japan. 5.35c; head. 7c
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound tails,
$1.75 per dozen: 2-pound tails. $2.40; 1
pound flats. $L85; fancy ll-pound flat.
$1.60; -pound flats. $1.10; Alaska pink. 1
pound talis, 90c; red, 1-pound talis, $1.23;
sockeye, l-pound ta'ls, $1.70.
SUGAR Sack basis, 100-pounds: Cube,
$6.05; powdered. $5.80; dry granulated.
$5.70; extra C. $5.25; golden C. $5.10; fruit
sugar, $5.70;. Advances over tack basis as
follows: Barrels, 10c: -barrelt, 25c; boxes,
50c per 100 pounds. Terms: On remittance
within 15 days deduct He per pound; If later
than 15 days and within 20 days, deduct Vjc;
sugar, granulated. $5.50 per 100 pounds;
mnple sugar. 15018c per pound.
SALT California. $11 per ton. $L60 per
bale; Liverpool, 30s, $17; 100s. $16.50; 200i,
$16: -pounds. 100s. $7; 50s. $7.50.
NUTS Walnuts. 15 Uc per pound by sack;
Uc extra for less than sack. Brazil nuts,
16c; filberts, 16c; pecans. Jumbos, 10c; extra
large. 17c: almonds. 14 015c; chestnuU,
Italian. 12 16c: Ohio. 20c; peanuts, raw,
7c pound; roasted. 9c; plnenuts, 10012c;
hickory nuts. 73Sc; cocoanuts, 33090c
BEANS Small white. 4c; large white,
3c; pink. 2c; bayou, 4c; Lima, 6c; red
Provisions and Canned Meats.
HAMS 10 to 14 pounds. 12c per pound; 14
to 16 pounds. 12c: IS to 20 pounds, 12c; Cali
fornia (picnic). 6c: cottage hams. 8c;
shoulders. Sc; boiled ham. 18c; boiled pic
nic ham. boneless, 13 c. '
BACON Fancy breakfast. 3So per pound;
standard breakfast. 16c: choice. 15e: Eng
lish breakfast. 11 to 14 pounds. 14c; peach
PICKLED GOODS Porte barrels -S18: t
barrels, $9.50. Beet, barrels. $12; -barrels.
SAUSAGE Ham. 33c Per pound: minced
ham. 10c; Summer, choice dry. 17c; bolog
na, long. 3c: welnerwurst. 8c: liver. 6c;
pork. 9010c: headcheese. 6c; blood. Oc; bo-
iufcua cnujagp. iinK. 4c
CANNED MEATS Corned beef, pounds,
per dozen. $1.25; two pounds. $2.23: lx
pounds, $7. Roast beef. fiat, pounds, $1.25;
two pounds. $2.25; six ponuds. xyne. Roast
beef. tall, pounds, none; two pounds. $2.35;
six pounds. $7. Lunch tongue, pounds, $2.75.
Boast mutton, six pounds. $6.50.
DRY SALT CURED Regular short clears,
dry .salt. 10c: smoked. llc; clear backs,
dry salt. 10c: smoked, llc; clear bellies.
14 to 17 pounds average, none; Oregon ex
ports, 20 to 25 pounds average, dry salt, lie;
smoked. 12c; Union bellies. 10 to IS pounds
LARD Leaf lard, kettle rendered: Tierces.
10ic; tubs. 10c; 50s. 10ic; 20s. 10?ie:
10s. HHc; 5s. llc Standard pure: Tierces.
9c: tubs. OHc; 30s. 0?ic: 20s. Dc; 10s.
1014c; 5s, lOUc Compound: Tierces. 6c:
tubs. Qic: 50s. 6ic: 20s, 7c; 5s. 7c"
Hops, Wool, Hides. Etc
HOPS Oregon. 1903. choice. 10011c;
prime. 89c; medium, 708c; olds. 507c
WOOL Eastern Oregon average best. 10
021c; Valley. 24 026c per pound.
MOHAIR Choice, 30c per pound.
HIDES Dry hides: No. 1. 10 pounds and
up. 1601Sc per pound; dry kip. No. 1. C to
10 pounds. 15016c per pound; dry calf. No
1, under 5 pounds. 17010c; dry salted, bulls
and stags, one-third less than dry flint;
(culls, moth-eaten, badly cut, scored, mur
rain, halr-cllpped. weather-beaten or grub
by. 23c per pound less). Salted hides
Steers, sound. 60 pounds and ovrr lnefn-
per pound; 50 to 00 pounds, 801Oc perl
pound; under 50 and cows, 8010c per pound- '
sauea Kip. souna, is to 30 pounds. 9c pet
pound; salted veal, sound, 10 to 14 pounds.
910c per pound: salted calf, sound. 10 to
14 pounds, 10lic per pound; (green un
salted, lc per pound less; culls, lc per
pound less). Sheepskins: Shearllncs. No.
1 butchers' stock. 2330c each: short wool.
No. 1 butchers stock. 40 50c each: medium
w-ooi. iNo. i. Duicners- stock. 60S0c: long
wool. No. 1 butchers stock. $11.50 each.
Murrain pelts from 10 to 20 per cent less or
12 14c per pound; horse hides, salted, each
according to size. $101.50: colts' hides. 25
50c each; goatskins, common. 1015c
eac12JAn'rora 'lvlth w0l on- 25c6'$L50 each.
BEESWAX Good, clean and pure. 2tt222c
TALLOW Prime, per pound, 3e3Cc: No.
2 and grease, 23c-
rcE?0- 1 according to slie; Bearskins.
$Sii30 each: cubs, half price; badger. 1050c:
wildcat, with head perfect, 15c0$1.25: house
cats, 10520c: fox, common gray, 60cC$I.25'
red. $265.50; cross. $615; silver and black.
$1006300; fishers, $3810; lynx. $3B10; mink
according to size. $1.7505; marten;
dark. according to size and color
trr?o0: , muskrat. large. 820c: ukunk.
85c(g2; civet or polecat. 1025e: otter.
$520: panther. $I8; raccoon. 50cff$3.50:
mountain wolf, with head perfect, $1.75Q8:
coyote, 50c0$1.50; wolverine, $4Q-; beaver $4
CASCARA SAGRADA. (chlttam bark) 2
3c, according to quality.
TURPENTTNIv Cases, 89c per gallon.
COAL OIL Cases, 20c per gallon: tanks,
14c per gallon.
WHITE LEAD Ton lots, 7&C; 500-pound
lots, 8e; less than 500-pound lots, 8VIc (In
25-pound tin nalla. lc above lr i
-5-pound tin palls, tc above keg price; 1 to
o-pmiuu un cans, ivj pounas per case. 2Uc
per pound above keg price.)
GASOLINE Stove gasoline, cases, 26 c
72 test. 27c; 86 test, 35c; Iron tanks, 19c.
LINSEED OIL Raw. In hr.rrr! .vr- i
SK?S,'.2c:,,b0llc,d' barrels, 59c; in cases,
' Dressed Meals.
BEEF Dressed bulls, 22o per pound:
cows. 3r4c: country steers, 4f?5c
VEAL Dressed. 75 to 125 pounds. 8fSC:
125 to 200 pounds, 496c: 200 pounds and
MUTTON Dressed, fancr. 7OSRn tr
pound: ordinary. 4 5c; lambs. 77a
rujui. l-'ressea. iw to iso pounds. 77c:
150 and up. &Sc per poaad.
Dried 3?THlt at New York.
NEW YORK. Jan. 22. The maritet fr
evaporated apples is quiet. Common. 7e
$c; nearly prime, S5ic; prime Stic:
Prune are In good Jobbing demand and
stocks are said to bo getting light. Imparting
very nrm tone, mces are unchanged. 4V
Sc according to grade.
ApricoU are in small demand. Choice, 9S
10c; extra choice, 10tfl0c; fancy, llff 12c.
Peaches, firm; extra choice. 10c; fancy. 30
llc; extra fancy. lltriSc
Raisins unsettled. Loose muscatel:. Cfl
6?ic: seeded rals-tna, SVi"c; Lo4oa 'layers.
FEAR OF II CORNER
Violent Stock Advances Cause
Feeling of Anxiety.
WOULD STOP UPWARD RUN
Market Shows Evidence of Breadth
and Strength, Xotwltlistandlng
Profit-Taking on Big Sales.
Realizing In TJ. iC
NEW YORK. Jan. 22. The market gave
striking evidence again today of breadth and
etrcngth, notwithstanding the continuous
profit-taking on a very large ecale. There
was a suggestion of the large professional
share In the market In the systematic way
In which tho selling to reap profits was con
ducted. The same thing was suggested by
the sudden way In which strong Koclcn moved
upward, being galvanized by the parsing of
enormous orders through the market.
The volume of transactions showed some
shrinkage from last week's average of trans
actions. This was attributed In pan to the
interruption of wire communication with the
West. A very large participation In the pres
ent market la pupposed to be due to Western
operators and the decrease in activity through
cutting off of communications was regarded
The violent advances in one or two stocks
recurring frequently for some time past havo
given rise to a feeling of anxiety over the
possibility of a corner which might bring the
advance to an abrupt end. Anaconda and
Reading are pointed to by the conjectures of
this kind. When they fell back during the
morning dealings the effect was beneficial on
the rest of the list. United States Steel em
to be restrained by the uncertainty over tho
company's policy regarding an early resump
tion of dividends. Amalgamated Copper and
Union Pacific were the notable centers of
profit-taking. St. Paul continued an aggres
sive advance begun Saturday and reports were
in circulation that the plans for financing its
Pacific Coast extension would soon be an
Railroad officials were strikingly unanimous
In their report of an easing off of the car
4tuatlon all over the country. The change
was attributed more to the remarkably favor
able weather for operating them than to any
decline in traffic.
Foreign exchange today was strong. The
sub-Treasury continued to yield large sums to
the money market and rates were easy. The
news of the coming redemption of $50,000,000
of the Japanese loan Is of future consequence
to the money markets In which large amounts
of Japanese funds are on deposit, including
New York. The market closed very irregular
and feverish. .
Bonds were Ann. Total mles, par value,
$5,370,000. United States bonds were un
changed. CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
tales. High. Low.
Adams Express .. ......
Amelgam. Copper. 77,400
Am. Car & Foun. 7.&00
Amer. Cotton OH..
Am. Hd. & Lt. pf.
American Ice ....
Amer. Linseed OH
do pref erred.... .
Amer. Locomotive 18.000
do preferred 5O0
Am. mtll. Ct Ref. 3S.3O0
do preferred 6.700
Am. Surar Refln.. 2.(100
Amer. Tobacco pfd. 34.SOO
Anaconda Mln. Co. 07.000
do preferred 700
Atlantic Coast Line 2.500
Baltimore &. Ohio. 13,400 116 115
ao preferred 3 JfJ vi
HrooK. itap. Tran. i,4W
Canadian Pacific.. 7.700
Central Leather .. 24.200
do preferred...... 3.100
Cent, of N. Jersey 500
Chesapeake k Ohio 14.700
.Chicago & Alton..
do preferred.... ......
Chi. Gt. Western. 7,400
Chi. & Northwest. 2.&00
Chi., 34 U. & St. P. 55.100
Chi. Term. &. Tran. 300
do preferred 2,800
C. C, C & St. L. 1.800
Colo. Fuel & Iron 16.100
Colo. & Southern. 14.700
do 1st preferred.. 2.400
do 2d preferred.- 2.000
Consolidated Gas.. 2.500
Com Products ... 1.000
do preferred 600
elaw. & Hudson 1.400
Del.. Lack. &. W.
Ienv. & R. Grande 47.400
oo preferred 2,100
Distillers' Sccur... 2.500
do 1st preferred. . 700
do 2d preferred.- 600
General Electric... 2.900
Illinois Central ... 4.200
International Paper 2,800
ao preferred 2.200
International Pump 000
Iowa Central ....
Kansas City South.
Loulsv. & Nashv. 16.600
Manhattan L. .... 700
Met. Securities .. 1.700
Met. Street Ry.... 3,800
.Mexican central . 2O0
Minn. & St. Louis 3,300
M.. SL P. & S.S.M. 500
do preferred 300
Missouri Pacific... 11.000
Mo.. Kan. & Texas 12,500
do preferred 4.200
National Lead ... 12,000
Mcx. Nt. R. R, pf. 800
New York Central. 14.300
N. Y.. OnU & W. 200
Norfolk & Western 31.000
do preferred 200
Northern Pacific .. S.700
North American .. 1,400
Pacific Mall 2,400
Pennsylvania ..... 64.b00
People's Gas 5.900
P.. C., C & St. L. 300
Pressed Steel Car. 2,500
do preferred 1,400
Pullman PaL Car.
do 1st preferred.. GOO
do 2d preferred.. 4.000
Kepuc-llc Steel ...
Bock Island Co...
St. L. & S. F 2 pf.
St. Louts Southw..
Tenn. Coal & Iron
Texas & Pacific...
Tol.,5t. L. & W.
do pref erred. ....
Union Pacific ....111,600
do preferred 300
U. S. Express 300
U. S. Bealty L400
U. S. Rubber
500 31 4
U. S. Steel S4.300
do preferred 23,000
Vlrg.-Caro. Chem.. 1,800
do preferred 400
do preferred..... 3,000
Wheel. & L. Erie
Wisconsin Central. 600
do preferred..... 200
Total sales for the day. 1,712,000 shares.
NEW TOR3C. Jan. 22,-rCloslng quotatlonr:
V. S. ref. 2s reg.l03D. & R. G. 4s...ioo
U. 8. 3s rer....l02U
do coupon,. ..103
U. S. new 4s reg.129
do coupon. ...333
U. S. old 4s r eg. 103
do ccHon 303
Nor. Pacific 3s.. tk
Nor, Pacific 4s.. 103
So. Pacific 4s... 04
Wis. Central 4s.. fl3v
Jap. 6. 2d ser.. 09
Jap. -4B, cer... 94
Atchison Adj. 4s.l03
Stacks at. Jjonien.
INDON. Jan. 22. Consols for money,
89 13-16; consols for account. 89 15-1&
Anaconda 14Norfolk & West. 00
Atchison 87) do preferred... 9
do pref erred.. 107 (Ontario &. Weat. 56
Baltimore & O.. 119 (Pennsylvania ... 75
Can. Pacific 1SI (Reading si
Chca. Si, Ohio... 62 1 do 1st pref.... 49
IX. M. & gt. P.. 196 I do 24iref..... 50
D. tc R. Grande. 48So. Railway....". 46
do preferred.. 921 do pref erred... 103
101 100 101 U
2.400 30 36 36
500 ICS 107 107
2.000 24 24 2l2
700 63 2 fi2i
1.700 02 01 91
200 43 4S 48
4.200 27 26 27
1.000 00 60 m
7.500 72 70 72
600 118 HSU us
4,200 40 33 33
400 102 302 302
600 ICO 35S 35S
4 .000 36 36 36
300 40 40' 39
400 59 69U
368 156 356
1S 08 7
332 332 133
3 JI lid'-
46 45 45
113 312 312
55 M 54
117 310 316
25 24 25
IS 47 47i
. ISStBand Mines 7
. 51VEo. Pacific 72H
. S4ViUnlon Pacific 161
.77' do pref erred ...101
.164 U. S. Steel 4SK
,160 i do preferred... 113H
. 40 Wabash 25
,158l do preferred... 4Si
Money. Excbactge. Etc.
NEW YORK. Jan. 22. Money on call.
carter. 3C4c; ruling rate, 4; closing bid.
4 per cent; offered, 4. Time loans, steady;
CO and 00 days and six months, 5 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 5 per cent.
Sterling exchange, strong, closing firm, with
actual business In bankers" bills at $4.8725?
4.S730 for demand, and at $.83S5t?4.8390 for
60 days; posted rate. $4.8404.84 and $4.SS;
commercial bills. $4.83.
Bar rtlver. 65c.
Mexican dollars. 50 He
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds.
LONDON. Jan. 22. Bar silver steady.
30d per ounce. Money, 3?4 per cent. Dis
count rate, short bills. 3 per cent; discount
rate, three months bills, 3 per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 22. Mexican dol
lars, nominal. Drafts, sight. 10c; telegraph.
12c Sterling on London, 60 days, $4.S4;
Dally Treasury Statement.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 22. Today's statement
of the Treasury balances shows:
Available earn balance $142,274.11
Gold coin and bullion 77.01S.445
Gold certificates 33.521.340
L UNO HSY
SAX FRANCISCO SPECULATORS
MIXUS EASTERN GUIDANCE.
Southern Oregon Apples Due In That
Market Sufficient Supply of
Potatoes on Hand.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 22. Special.
With Eastern -wires In trouble and no news
during regular hours from Chicago and abroad,
local grain speculators were without guiding
Indications. The result w a dull and easy
market for future deliveries. Cash prices for
wheat and barley were steady, with moderate
demand. Oats were firmly held, but trade
was quiet. Bran was in larger supply and
50c lower. Other feeds tuffs and hay were
There was a fair movement In orange, ap
ples and bananas, with upper grade well
maintained. Fancy red apples are In limited
supply and teveral shipments known to be on
the way from Southern Oregon and the in
terior of California will come upon an ap
preciative market. Four carloads of oranges
were auctioned at the following prices: Taney
navels. $J.25?2.15: choice. $1.2091.35; stand
ard, $1.1031.15; unwrapped stock. 43 cents,
Good bananas are -well cleaned up, but a
steamer Is Just at hand with fresh supptlc
Potatoes are In sufflcent jupply. Only the
fanciest table and seed kinds ehow firmness.
Oregon Burbanks are quoted at 00 cents to
$1.25. but must be very fancy to bring the
outside figure. Four cars of Oregon onions
arrived with sales at $1.25JL40t and the mar
Fresh eggs were 1 cent lower and easy.
Fancy new cheem was cent higher. But
ter was firm and unchanged. Receipts. 26.
700 pounds butter. C000 pounds cheem. 13.9S0
VEGETABLES Cucumbers. 50efi$1.30: gar
lic 33c; green peas, 687c; string beans. 158
17c; tomatoes. J1.25S1-50.
POULTRY Turkeys. 17821c; roosters, old.
$4.50Q 5.50; rooster, young. $6S7: broilers.
small. $23; broilers, large. $4tj3; fryers. $5
Gt; ben $4.5056.50; ducks, old. $5fi6; ducks.
BUTTER Fancy creamery. 31c: creamery
EGGS Store. 2&326c; fancy ranch, 37c
CHEESE Young America. 15815c; East
ern. 13t?16c; Western. 14614c
WOOL South" Plains and S. J"., MfflSc;
lamos. Vij l Bt.
MILLSTUFFS Bran. $I9fjC0; middlings,
HAY Wheat, $11016: wheat and cats. $J
14: barley. $S?11; alfalfa. $7.5010.50; stock.
$6.6027.50; straw, per bale, 30355c
FRUIT Apples, choice. $2; common, 40c:
bananas, $122.73; Mexican limes, nominal;
California lemons, choice. $2.50: common. 75c;
oranges, navel. 73r5$3; pineapples, $2ff4.
POTATOES Early rose. $1.1361.35; Salinas
Burbanks. $L10f?1.50; sweet. 50cfJ$1.25; Ore
gon Burbankii. f0cg$1.25.
RECEIPTS Flour. 23.142 mcks; wheat.
18.441 centals; barley. 3055 centals; oats. 45S5
centals; beans. 17P3 sacks; corn. 6400 centals;
potatoes, 7056 sacks; bran. 5307 sacks; mid
dlings. 312 sack; hay. 3251 tons; wool. 12
bales; hides. 355.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 22. Th ofni-i
closing quotations for mining stocks today
were as ioiiows:
Alta $ .01
Alpha Con 04
(Justice $ .02
iKentucky Con.. .01
Best & Belcher 1.13
Con. CaL tc V. 1.25
.09 ISIlver Hill
.33 'Union Con
.20 'Utah Con
S8 lYellow Jacket..
could & Curry
Hale & Nor...
BOSTON. Jan. 22. Closing quotaUons:
Adams Con. ...J .23 iLittl ChM . nru
Alice 3.10 (Ontario 2.75
Breece 40 lOphlr 3.50
Brunswick C. .53 (Phoenix. o"
Comstock Tun. .03:Potosl oi
Con. CaL & V. 1.10 ISavare ja
Horn Silver... 1.S3 (Sierra Nevada. .35
Iron Silver 4.00 (Small Hopes... .30
Leadvlllo Con. .07 Standard 4.S0
NEW YORK. Jan. 22. Closlnr nnnt Hnn.-
Adventure ..$ 3.30 JMont. C & CS 3.00
Amalgamatd 11 1.73
via. Lrominion jy.bljj
Am. Zinc... 14.50
Cat '&. Hecla 710.00 (Shannon
iTrlnlty . .
17.00 lUnlted Cop.. C6.37
78.00 :U. S. Mining. 51.00
1S.W U. 5. Oil. ... 11.73
10.00 (Utah 66.00
Ma 5. Mining 11.00 Winona 7.50
Michigan .... 16.50 Wolverine ... 133.00
Mohawk .... 59.73 I
NEW TOHK. Jan. 2 TtiH Tn . 1-
market was higher with spot and futures both
closlnc at 164 10s. Locallr thr mt.v.i
quiet, with spot quoted 36.25g3d.75c
copper was nigner aoroaa also, closing at
78 7s 6J for spot and 176 7s 6d for futures.
TLacsIIv the market wan arttM. Rnn. 1...
claim that resales are becoming lem of a
pressure agamsi ine marxet and that pro
ducers are holding firm, but there was little
indication of an immediate Improvement in
quotatlonr. Lake and electrolytic are quoted
at $184118.30 and casting at $18..
Lead was unchanged at flfi 1"" ka i t
don and 5.GOg&S0 In the local market.
b pel ter advanced to CS In London, but was
easy and about 5 point lower, at 6.4080.50c
In the local market.
Tran vit lavrr In ih ttm.b.i mmrtrmt 1.1.
standard foundry at 53s 9d and Cleveland war
rants at 53s- 3d. Locally the market la un-
$19.33; No. 2 foundry Northern, $l&29ia3.
Coffee Bad Sagar.
NEW YORK. Jan. 22. Coffee futures closed
steady at unchanged prices. Sales. 63.750
bags. February. 6.9647c; May. 7.107JOc:
July, 707.36c; September. 7.60c; October.
'7.56c: DecesaTser. 7.9Vff7.70c. Spot Rio, arm;
No. 7. 8c; mild. Srsa.
Sugar, raw, aonlaal; fair refiniag. 3 I.I69
3c; oeatrifugal. 96 test. 3 9-lSc; moIasss
sugar, 2 13-3Sf 2c. ReSaed. nominal: crushed,
$3.40; pewdered. $49; graaulated, $4.79.
Dairy Prod ace In the Tait.
NEW YORK. Jan. 22. Butter, weak;
Western factory, comsisb to am. 16919c;
imtutlcB do, SlCSSc Cheese, firm. Eggs,
firm; Westers Snta, 29c; de secoada, isum
do 1st pref....
do 2d pref....
Louis. & Naih. ,
Mo.. Kas. A. T..
X. Y. Central...
MAY WHEftTEOES UP
Chicago' Market Strengthened
by Cold-Wave Forecast.
TRADE OF SMALL VOLUME
Paralysis of Telegraph Service De
moralizes Business In All Grain
PJts-;-ReactIon on News
CHICAGO. Jan. 22. An official forecast .of
a com wave imparted strength today to the
wheat market here. At the close wheat for
.iiay delivery was up c Corn was up
c. Oats were unchanged. Provisions were
a aharfft tn 1(V- )!rh,r.
ParalrsU nf ih t,l,mn nrl-
of the storm which descended upon Chicago
nignt. cemoraiixed -trade In all the grain
piia ana ousinem was or an exceedingly small
volume Trading was confined almost ex
clusively to local onni!nn. Sniilmmt In th
wheat pit at the opening was bullish because
of the firm tone of the Liverpool cables. In
itial quotaUons on May were up a shade to
tiWc, at Si'itKSc. World'a shipments
were about 500.000 less, than have been estimated-
and this CTMtrd tt mnf.rat'll rfmsn1
During the first half hour, offerings were
light and pricen advanced. Later a reaction
took place on selling caused by a report that
the drouth In India had been broken. This car
ried May from S7c to 87c The close waa
firm with May at S7c Primary receipts
were 1.CS3.00O bushels aralnar feuah.
els one year ago. The amount on passage de-
crcajseo. Dusneia, Minneapolis, Du
luth and Chicago reported receipts of 754 cars-,
against 644 last, weelc and Tl.t n -rr-i- mm
After the first hour, trading In the corn pit
was Kimosi ai a scanastui. races, however.
held firm, chiefly because of reports of wet
weamer. aiay opened a shade to c higher,
at 43945c. to 43c where it closed. Local
receipts were 277 cars, with IT minrt
Firmness of wheat and com caused a steady
tone In the cats market. May opened a shade
nigner at 323c and closed at 32 a
Local receints were 207 ears.
Because of 3c advance In the price of live
hogs, the provision market showed consider
able strength. At the close May pork was up
10c at $14.32. Lard was up a shade at $7.70
ana nos were uc higher, at $7.67.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
.? .87 $ .87
. .83 .85
. .45 .45
. .45 .45
.- .32 .82
. .30 .30
May .H.22 14.42 14.22 14.32
May 7.72 7.72
Joly 7.82 7.85
July ... . 7.77 7.SO
Cash quotations were as follows
Wheat No. 2 Spring, S4c; No. 3, SO
oc: -o. rea, oic
Corn No. 2, 42c; No. 2 yellow, 43c
Oats No. 1. 31c: No. 2 white, 3233c;
io. 4 wnuc. 3IS32C
Rye No. 2. 6tSc
Barley Good feeding. 29c; fair to choice
Flaxseed No. 1. $1.0S; No. 1 Northwestern,
Mess pork Per barrel. $13.93313.97.
-rd Per 100 pounds, $7.35.
Short ribs sides Loose, $7.377.62
Short clear sides Boxd. $7.607.70.
Clover Contract grade. $15.20.
Flour, barrels ........... 23.100
Wheat, bushels 27.000
Corn, bushels 2S3.50O
Oats, bushels 23,60O
Bye bushels 6.G0Q
Barley, bushels 63.800
Grain and Produce at New York.
NEW YORK. Jan. 22. Flour Receipts, 13.-
(w Barrels; exports. 9000. Steady and quiet.
neai neceipts, 57.000 bushels: exnorts.
SS.C00 bushels. Spot, flrm; No. 2 red. 90c
elevator, 90c f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 North
em Duluth. 96c f. o. b. afloat. While very
slow all day on account of the wire trouble
with the West, wheat was generally well sus
tained, opening higher on firm cable, rumors
01 aouinwest carnage and unfavorable Argen
tine news. It reacted under profit-taking and
later advanced again on bull support, closing
to c net higher. May. 019J 15-lCc;
closed 91c; July. 00g90c closed 90c
Petroleum, hops and wool Steady.
Grain at haa Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 22. Wheat and bar
ley, steady. Spot quotations:
Wheat ShiDDlmr. S1.35.1 o- mimr...
$1-47 8 1.53.
Barley Feed. $1.21ei.23i:: brewing si rs
Oats Red. 31.23frl.fi5r -erhlt. St KXn tk.
Call board sales: TThrst vt- ti v
Barley May. SIJ22V,. Cnm visi'w
Wheat at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 22. Wheat-March. 7s
d: May. 63 lOVId. Weathr. taf,-
Wheat at Tacasaa.
TACOMA. Jan. 32. Wheat, unehanetif. v-r.
port bluestem, 73c; club, 71c; rtd, 8c
Mlaaeapelk Wheat Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 22. "Vheaf t.v
S3c; July. Sc
rrices Quoted Locally m Cattle. Sheep u
The follow In r liveateek nilrm
yesterday tn the local market:
CATTLE Good steers. $3.C03.73: fair to
medium. $2,7563: calves. ISO tn it t-a.
$4084.75; calves, heavy, $JS3.23.
HOGS Best, suitable for narVnr sar.
fair to medium aradea. susn- iir. r.l
weights, 120 to 140 pounds. $S3.23.
SHEEP Good fat sheep, $if 5JS; choice
Trice Carre-at at Kzjum City aad
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. Jan. 22. Cattl w
celpts 9000: market strong to 10c higher.
Native steers. $128; native cows and heifers.
$263: stockers and feedera tJ SA a a u-
Westera cows. $2.7564: Western steers. $3.30
Cr.50: Dulls. $2.4093.75; calves. $3.50 7.
Hogs Receipts aooo; market atroar. Bulk
of sales, $5.33 S 5.40: heirr. ILiaas m-
packers. $3.3523.47: jlgs and light, $30
Sheep Receipts 3000: market ilmTir v
tons. $4.23G5.e0: Iambs. lsJaaT?s-
wethers, $3.40 g 63; ed ewes. $4393.2$.
CHICAGO. Jan. 22. Cattle Reeelnta. 21.-
000: 1015c higher. Good to prime steers, $8.75
W-&J. sxocxers ana teeders. X2.40w4.50: csm.
$384.30; heifers. $2J&S; ballx. $34.16;
Hogs Receipts. 43,000; 5c higher. Medium
to good. $5.5085.65; choice to prime heavr.
$5,608-3.66; butchers weights. $&3$.H: good
lo choice heavy. $3.5085.33; packing. $5,409
Sheep Receipt. 18.000; arm. Sheep. $S.-iO
87.43; lambs. $L9087.S0: yearlings, $8.Se.
New Xork Cattea Market.
NEW YORK. Jan. 22. Cotton futurea cleaed
quiet and steady, 1 to 5 points lower.
LONDON, Jan. 22. The oKeriags at the
Downing, Hopkins & Co,
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor
wool sales today amounted to 12.600 bales.
Americans were active bidders for fine c ro sa
bre ds, and they secured several parcels. In
terior grades were steady.
Dairy Prod ace la the East.
CHICAGO, Jan. 22. On the Produce Ex
change today the butter market was steady;
creamery, 18427c; dairy. 10824c. Eggs,
firmer at mark, 16817c; firsts, 18c Cheese,
Wool ai St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 22. Wool Steady: medium
grades combing and clothing. 27030c: light
fine. 21828; heavy fine. 10823c; tub washed.
Advance in Sugar.
NEW YORK. Jan. 22. All rrrades of soft
sugar were advanced 10c per 100 pounds, and
coniecuoncra" sc. ,
BRITT 15 AFRAID OF GUIS
SAX FRANCISCAN DECLINES TO
MEET THE NEGRO.
Fight of a Year Ago, When Baltl
more Man Won, Believed to
Have Been a Fake.
-- - ...... vw u ..... . vcwini.
Jlmmle Britt has declined the offer
or joe Gana to meet in a 20-round bout
in mis city. Brltt has Informed Qana
mat ne desires nrst 01 all to meet Nel
son airaln and will not tnlce on nn
other man until he has had another try
at the Dane.
It will be remembered that Brltt and
oans met in this city a year ago and
the decision went to Gan3 on. a foul,
after Brltt had all but nut him nut.
Since then It has come to be generally
agrcea mat me match was a fa tee.
Brltfa refusal to meet Gans Is taken
to mean that Brltt considers the negro
inosu wno watcned Gans make a
monkey of Sullivan last Friday say
that Britt would not last more than
a iew minutes with the black man from
Baltimore. Gans offered pvcrv inrfnxa.
ment to Brltt. Including a 133-pound
weignt agreement, Dut tne san Fran
ciscan would not accept under any cir-
Police Prevent a Knockout.
PORTLAND. Me.. .Tan. AVi a
tell, of California, and Billy Maynard
raei in wnat was scneduled to be a 16
round bout at the Auditorium (nntcht
Maynard was sent to the floor a couple
01 umcs in tne tenin and was In a
weak condition when the police
nioppea me right.
THE DAY'S HORSERACES.
At Los Angeles.
LOS ANGELES. Ca!., Jan. 22. Ascot
Six furlongs Willie Gregg won. Sheriff
-Dci 3-toua, i-iquci tnira; time. i:n .
Three and a half furlongs Sweet Kitty
won. Early Flower second. Horace E. third;
bix xurlongs Search Me won. Patsy
. . secona, jay surprise third; time.
Mile Cutter won. Masterson second. Big
-ucn kuuu, nine. i:ju-j.
Mile and a sixteenth Chlcadee won. Co-
umoa second, jaw iietty third; time. 1:48.
Six furlongs Susie Christian won. Sun
iarjc second, seasick third; time, 1:14.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 22. Oakland
Three and a half furlongs Blagg won,
Elmdale second. Our Anna third; time, 0:43.
ana a nan ruriongs Pronta won.
-uiraon seconu, ronie tnird; time, 1:22.
Five and a half furlongs Gosslper won.
Angleta second. Instructor third; time.
Mile and 70 vards Esherin vim T)lt-Hi t
second. Major Tenny thtrd; time. 1:46.
out lunongs aiartinmas won. Be Knlght-
ea secona. quorum Kex third: time. 1:14.
Seven furlonas Bolornan vim T.nnr.i.
sccoua, xom uoDerts tnira; time. 1:28.
"Weights for Burns Handicap.'
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 22. Following
are weights assigned to principal candi
dates for the X10.000 Burnu handlcan at a
mile and a quarter, to be run at Oakland
Saturday: Proper 122; Lubin, 113; Eu
genia Burch, 13); VT. R. Coldon. 117; Bear
w-aicner. lie: aan .Nicolas. 114: Dr. Leceo.
114; Reservation, 111; Dr. Gardner, 110;
caiiagdan, 103; O'Rubric, 109; Graziallo.
ICO; Tocolaw, ICS; Glnette, 108; Rightful.
107: Neva Lee, 107; Memories. 106; Lord
Badge, 106; Bombardier. 105; Good, Luck,
105: iscaion. lOi: Red Leaf. 100: Grec-or K .
109; Sir Brlllar. 1C6; Bannock Belle, 100.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
COLEMAN-AMBLiER Elmer Coleman. 33.
129 urand avenue: Cora Ambler. 20 .
2d UELuAN-M ORATH Fred W. McLellan.
28. 34S First street; Edna L. McGrath. 20.
MATTHIES-TEZERSKI Fred W. Mat-
tbles. 22, 871 East Burnslde street: Lucy B.
PETTIT-BLAIR Alllsan J. Pettlt. 29. Mt.
Tabor: Edna Pearl Blair. 19.
MCKEAN-MARTIN Charles A. McKean.
39, 456 Goldsmith street; May Martin. 27.
FRAWICK At 194 East Thirty-fifth street.
January 3, to the wife of Albert P. Frawlck,
BENJAMIK At Twenty-sixth and Upshur
streets, January 21. to tho wife of Al Ben
jamin, a son.
JONES At 753 Corbett street. January 17.
to the wlf of Prink Jflnrc a ifinrht.r
" "SCHWICHTENBERG At 443 East Thir
teenth street North. January 19. to tho wife
of O. H. Schwlchtenberg, a daughter.
M AULET At 324 East Ninth street. Jan
uary 9, to the wife of Carl McAuley, a son.
KURRE At St. Vincent's Hospital, Janu
ary 20. Feter Kurre. a native of Austria,
aged 72 years. 7 months and 25 days. Re
mains removed to Independence, Or., for In
JOHNSON At 812 East Taylor street. Jan
uary 20k Thomas H. Johnson. & native of
Indiana, aged 78 years, 9 months and 4 days.
HATHA WAT -At Good Samaritan Hospi
tal, January 22. Mrs. Minnie H. Hathaway, a
native of California, aged 98 years .4 months
and 21 days. Remains removed to Wood
land. CaL, for Interment.
bubu At se Harding street, January 20.
Mrs. Leafsa J. Bush, x native of, Iowa, aged
49 years. 2 months and 8 days.
GREENBERGER At 318 Everett street.
January 20. Simon Greeaherger, aged about
eeKd. Wash., for interment.
MORTBNSEN At South Mt. Tabor, Janu
ary :i, Mrs. Agnes i. Mortensea. a native of
Norway, aged. 28 years, 7 months and 24
CLUCHIE At St. Vincent's Hospital. Jan-
uarr 22, Mrs. Mary Cluchle. a nativ nt
Washington, aged 44 years.
ORAHAM At 995 Savler street. January
22. Mrs. Lucy M. Graham, a native of Ver-
iomu aged 19 years.
NIRL8BN At Good Samaritan Hospital.
January 3. Rasmus Frederick, infant son of
Mr. and Mrs. 8. Nielsen, of 735 Minnesota
aveaae. a naUve' of Oregon, aged 1 year, 8
iuniHi asg 10 aays.
TOKOTAMA At Geod Samaritan Hospital.
January 31. K. Tekoyama, a native of Ja
pan. aged Zi yeara
CORLISS At 38 Xaat Davis street. Janu
Chain b cr of Commerc
ary 20. Armande R. Corliss, a native of
Washington, aged 30 years, 3 months and 3
BENJAMIN In this city. JanuarV" 21. in
fant son of Mr. and Mrs. Al Benjamin, aged
HERRING At Portland Sanitarium, Janu
ary 10. Mrs. Francis Mary Herring, a na
tive of Washington, aged 38 years. 3 months
and 11 days. Remains removed to Vancou
ver. Wash., for interment.
W. H. 3 AX WELL Dwelling. Alberta
street, between East Fourteenth and East
C. B. KING Dwelling. East Seventh
street, between Mason and Skldmore. $1630.
C. H. LOVEJOY Dwelling, Grand avenue
and Weldler street. $1300.
C2 LOVEJOT Dwelling. Grand avenue
and Weldler street. $1500
J. J. ARMSTRONG Repair of dwelling.
strcet between Mill and Montgomery.
S. F. SCOTT Dwelling. Union avenue, be
$"000 K,''nKSWOrth venue and Pearl street.
"GERMAN LUTHERAN SOCIETY Church.
$100 Street' ncar East E,Shtb- North.
SMITH & DODGE Dwelling, Lawrence
between Buxton and Nelson. $1723.
MRS. A. KRAUSE Dwelling. Front street,
between Glbbs and Whltaker. $1324.
MRS. A. KRAUSE Dwelling. Front street,
between Whlttaker and Glbbs. $1324
MRS. A. KRAUSE Dwelling. Front street,
between Whlttaker and Glbbs. $1321.
MR8. A. KRAUSE Dwelling. Front street,
between Whlttaker and Glbbs. $1324.
MRS. A. KRAUSE Dwelling. Whlttaker
street, between Front and Water. $1321
W. W. AYERS Dwelling. Orover and
Water streets. $1100.
E. B. WILLIAMS Stable. North Eleventh
and Everett streets. $9000
J. F. KERTCHEM Dwelling. East Thlr-,
teenth and Sherrett streets, $3000.
AT THE HOTELS.
The Portland Mrs. Francis J. Bailey,
"Muinsion. u. u.: p. k. Stevenson. New
York; Crlstlon. Paris; E. B. Judson and
wife. L. ir. Judson. Tacoma; F. P. Strong.
SU Paul: B. D. Coocker and wife. Tacoma:
J. H. Matthews. Bonle. Tex.; G. J. Well.
Buffalo. N. T.: C. Brown. San Francisco;
J. B. Kerr. F. B. Thayer, St. Paul; E. r.
west. J. R. Norrls. Chicago: M. P. Martin,
Tacoma: W. Ingold: J. J. Desmond. Boston:
G. B. Bush. San Francisco; Mrs. P. Baatv.
Seattle: O. P. Posey. Los Angeles; J. E.
Sweeney. Milwaukee; W. F. Butcher. Baker
City; J. W. Morsbach. Chicago: E. Coopert
and wife. Denver: E. D. Marshall. Philadel
phia; J. M. Stanley and wife. Chicago; J. T.
Sargent, Cleveland. O.; G. J. Jackson and
wife. New York; J. G. Beach. J. F. Campbell.
San Francisco: O. . Stull. New York: J. C.
Ryan. S. Steinberg. San Francisco: C. S.
Chapman, Detroit: W. H. Foster and wife.
Youngtown; O. L. Rich. New York: N. H.
Latimer and wife. Seattle; J. H. Dickey.
New York; S. A. Ward. San Francisco: Mr.
Prever, San Francisco: R. W. Plllemen. Salt
Lake: L. H. Allen. Chicago; L. O. Orstad.
New York; E. W. Griffin. Fairbanks.
The Oregon L. A. Matter. South Bend.
Ind.; A. E. Frost. St. Paul; s. C. Sweetland.
Seattle: A. P. Scrltchfleld. Payette. Idaho;
K. A. Rice. Tacoma: W. A. Acher and wife.
Toronto; R. S. Smith. Astoria; C. C. Conkle.
Denver: M. W. Peterson. Seattle: R. L. New
Un. La Grande: W. Rosenblatt. San Fran
C1"le C. Coleman. C E. Jones. F. A.
Williams. Seattle: C A. McCann. Des
Moines: s. a Mason and wife. Pendleton:
Alex Spring. Alaska; E. E. Whiting and
wife. George H. Eberhart. Chicago; E. M.
Bruck. San Francisco; Jeanette Vernsorel.
Berrlck Von Norden. M. Bouxmann and wife.
L. Flenlg. C. Deerens. J. T. Twohey. Calve
Company: B. Wlghtman, Los Angeles; D. S.
Kinney. Tacoma: Gilbert Hunt. Miss Mabel
Hunt. Walla Walla: Edgar Wlckersham. Los
Angeles; H. O. Clapp. Tacoma: Charles Hen
ley, san Francisco: R. S. Clark. Chicago: R.
Atwood and wife. San Francisco: W. E. Bor
ing. Albemarle County. Virginia; A. B.
Brown, city; C T. W. Holllster. Denver: W.
S. Clark. Washington. D. C; A. B. Cader.
H, F. Ardrey. W. M. Rise. L. a Henry. Se
attle; William Livingston. B. B. Koon. A. G.
Bohtto. San Francisco; A. F. K. Kempkey.
K. M. Hayden. Oakland; J. C Dare. Mt.
Vernon: L. R. Ferbracher and wife. As
toria; Charles A. Hardy. Eugene: Mrs. R. S.
Clark. Chicago: E. Z. Ferguson. Astoria: N.
J. Wike. Seattle: William J. Pancoast. As
toria: W. E. Barnes. Los Angeles: A. E.
Mead and wife. Olympla: L. M. K. Burton.
Cathlamet: S. J. Mossman. Tacoma: W. E.
McGrath. city; D. B. Hurd. Seattle; Fred K.
Turner. Roseburg: J. F. Blakemore. Seattle;
W. D. Moreland. Centralla.
The Perkins C. L. McNarry and wife.
Salem: T. Johnson. Astoria; P. Hepton. Lew
lston. Idaho: G. M. Dill. I. E. Walton, a W.
Keep. San Francisco; S. J. Beck: William
Beck. Lexington. Or.: A. B. Dally, E. B.
Madden. Marshfleld. Or.; T. Keller. Harry
Dlxon. Ellen Elzer. D. M. Elzer. The Dalles;
H. Preder. New York: S. T. Kelsey. H. R.
Hall. Anoka. Minn.; G. T. Wilder. Tacoma:
C C. Land Is. Murray. Idaho: Robert Wat
tenburg and wife. Pendleton: J. P. Watten
burg. Fossil. Or.; G. W. Smith. Miss Smith.
The Dalles: M. G. Russl. Moscow. Idaho:
E. C. Deane. Racine. Wis.: C G. Holcomb.
Otto Stein. San Francisco; F. W. Frltch. St.
Louis; H. S. Stortfield. C. S. Vlnle. Spokane:
H. C. Eakln. Dallas. Or.; R. P. Boise and
wife. Salem; Charles Oudln. A. 3. Dlsham.
Spokane: Sarah A. Fostaband. Mrs. H. C
Harrison. Astoria; M. E. Page and wife. Miss
Poramon. Clatskanle: J. R. Upson. St. Paul;
H. E. Hobart. La Center: E. S. Black and
wife. San Jose: Mrs. E. S. Collins, Ostran
der; Ml-s Fldder. Catlln; C. H. Murray and
wife. Charles Bean. Ray. Wash.; Mrs. J. W.
Reynolds. Mattle Reynolds. Chehalls. Wash.
. The Imperial Mrs. Jestile Hayes. Vancou
ver; K. Q. Robinson and wife: Mrs. Burt
Johnson. Mrs. E. Johns. Tacoma; George H.
.Baker. Spokane; willlamr J. Lackner. Baker
City; Z. Houser. Echo:v E. R. Shaw. Los
Angeles: C. L. Houston.- Astoria: A. W.
Stowell. Arlington Oaks, Wash.; W. P.
uressy ana wife. South Bend. Wash.; K. C.
Eldrldge. Independence; R. T. Hynd. Hepp
ner: P. M. Scroggln. Lebanon. Or.": Mrs. W.
H. Richardson. Roseburg; Mrs. A. M. Craw
ford. Salem; Emily Leyde, Astoria: Miss
Palmer. Miss Adams. A. T. Bird and wife;
F. A. Seufert. The Dalles: A. B. Clayton
and wife. Cape Horn: H. S. Wl!on and wife.
J. Slnnott and wife. The Dalles; G. W.
Dart. Vancouver: G. H. Ross and wife. Se
attle: E. A. Mann. Condon: Martin Both.
Rainier. Or.; J. C. Strlckley. San Francisco:
Mrs. J. A. Venerr. Wlnlock. Wash.: C. E.
Vilas. Seattle: T. J. Berrlsford. St. Paul;
Mrs. F. P. Kopenhaver. Los Angeles; A. B.
Snyder. San Francisco: M. P. Wells. Salt
Lake; Helene Folmatler. Lu Leba Polmatler.
Troy. N. Y.: W. H. Frost, Chicago; G. M.
McBride. Astoria: C W. Furcell. Boise.
Idaho: Charles W. Gamble. Philadelphia;
Charles S. Moore and wife. Salem: R. D.
Cashatt and wife. Pendleton; A. M. Craw
ford. Grace V. Pearce, Salem. .
The St. Charles p. Hutton, Cazadero: E.
D. Horner. Carlton: E. C Jones. Toledo: B.
F. Coe. city: F. Steblman.' I. Stehlman. Rain
ier: C. C. Moyer. Yankton: W. H. Moon. Ya-
colt; F. Ray. G. Sawers, South Bend; B. Lane,
carroiiton; r. Arcnamoauit, Vancouver; F.
Cornelius. HUsboro: W. H. Crabtree. city:
F. Merrill. C. G. Merrll. Greeham: J. Lee;
J. Johnson; A. J. Nails. G. C. Roberts, Carl
ton: E. R. Ballard, city; Mrs. Mendenball.
Frankle Mendenball. Sheridan; D. E. Weston
and wife, Idaho; S. De Lapp and wife; W.
H. Reld and family. Dallas: C J. Rea. Van
couver: N. H. McKay. Sauvles; F. W. B mi
ller, Warrenton: Mrs. Crle. Mrs. Stockenberg.
Miss Stockenberg. J. R. Bucker. Mayger: W.
M. Green and wife. Stella: A., H. Melllck,
U. S. S. Perry; Mrs. T. McKllllp. Stella: A.
E. Shelrley. San Francisco; c. R. Worrel.
Gray River: R. Ti Orr. Hood River: B. W.
Emery. Gresham: L. W. Leach. Rochester;
Thomas Cralne and wife. Brookfleld: W. P.
Beckett. Siauvles; O. J. Aklns and wife,
Sauvles: J. H. Busing, Porter: G. Foster,
Goble: S. Mayfleld; W. H. May field: TJ. W.
Dlllard. Oregon City: G. P. Howell ana. wife.
Wa-co; Lottie Underwood. Underwood: W. G.
Rusk. San Francisco; L. G. Dlx. Hood River:
H. S. Sturdevant. Cornelius: D. L. Tralllrwer
and wife. Mullno; S. S. Porter. Wlnlock; E.
u. jones. ioieco: t. a. uunnrngnam and
wife. Estacada: R. C. Wilson, city: J. M.
Blackburn. North Yamhill: C. E. MacF&rlan
Kalama; E. L. Webb. Myrtle Point; Mrs. Char-
el. 3tlsa Nellie Kerrigen. r.orth Bend; rMs. B.
F. Coe. Rainier; E. Gerber. S. E. Gerber.
Logan; A. A. Anderson. Vancouver: Mre. M.
Betel DesneHy. Tacoma Waafelagtaa.
Zuropean vlasu Bates. 71 eantn t Ilia
yer day. Free 'bus.
Punchbowl for tho Mayflower.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 22. Baron Rosen
today presented to the United States
ship Mayflower, in behalf of Count
"WItte. himself and the other delegates
to the Portsmouth peace conference, a
nandsorae Russian punchbowl In rec
ognition of the aespitality which was
extended to tho delegates on board
that vessel during the course of tae