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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAN, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1908.
HOPS AT 7 CENTS
Active Contract Market in
Oregon and Washington,
DEALERS BUYING FREELY
Crop Estimates of A. J. RT nd
Herman Kiaber Weather Con
ditions In England Steln
er's World Crops.
To P contract market U activ. Deal
r not ylng much, but It l known
that a considerable amount of business haa
been transacted In the lat few day. Th
market i now practically on a I-cnt
bast for future.
Tb heaviest buying haa been dona by
Klaber. Wolf Natter, who have secured
about 600 balea In Oregon alnca Sunday
at 6V4 and cent, and half the advance
and eoma at T centa In TVhlngton thla
firm haa been operating tenalvely. the
latest contracta being with Leech An
derson, of Ortlng. for 70 balea at centa;
with John Garb, of Chehall. for 130 balea
at T centa; Clevenger & Holx, of Lakehead.
for 1TO bales at 8 centa and half the ad
vance, and with Chaaa Henrlot. of Cow
lit, for 3 CO balea at S cents and half the
rise. Seven centa la also the ruling price
for contracta In Yakima. Huntington so
curlnr 100 balea from Beadet and 80 bales
from Slavln at that figure.
Picking la now more or leas general In
Oregon and harvesting conditions could
not ba battler. In a M sections the grow
ers will not begin until Thursday. In
Washington picking began In a small way
Tuesday and will be general by tomor
row. A. J. Kay takea exception to the esti
mates of a New Tork dealer. 530.000 bales
for the American crop, printed In this pa
per yesterday. Mr. Bay aald.
1 do not think the American crop will
exceed 205.000 bales, allowing 85.000 for
Oregon. 70.000 for California. 13.000 for
Washington and 83.000 for New Tork. Hop
In this state are going to coma down light.
The resulta of the first few days' picking
In our yards do not show aa heavy aa we
I think the market will open at 8 centa
I hear predictions of a decline to very
low prices, but I do not think hops will
go lower than 6 cents, aa It la not likely
the growers will force their crops en the
market this season. If the English crop
proves to be of poor quality wa may ha
A London cable received by Klaber. Wolf
A Netter yesterday said: "Weather Is fav
orable for the crop. We do not alter our
estimate of the crop. Market ateady at
Another Knglish cable to the same firm
follows: "Crop haa been eomewhat In
jured by unfavorable weather. Damage
only nominal. Estimate crop at 500.000 to
525.0OO cwt. Average English hope sell
ing at 8T shillings (8 eents."
The firm's continental cable aald: "Con
tinental markets firm for choice and weak
for other qualities. Market Is expected to
decline. Crop will be large."
The following estimates of the world's
hop crops In centners are made by Simon
H. Steiner, of Ltupneim, utmuij.
Germany....; Mil.ooO 4o.)
Austria .. 25.1 3ar,.O.K)
Belgium ""00 60""1
franc 7...0IM) Bo.lXJO
Ruul. r.0.iH 7u.h)
England B.0.. SSOWO
America euO.iXJO 6uO.Ko
Total ,1.S5.000 1.875.04)0
"We have reduced our estimates of the
Pacific Coast crops.- aald Herman Klaber
yesterday. "Our estimates ara 7-000 balea
for California. WO.OOu balea for Oregon, and
' 1S.0OO balea i for Washington. New Tork
we estimate at 33.000 balea."
JiOBTHTVEST WHEAT MARKETS O.ITET
Loral Price of Mill Feed Are Advanced.
Whest trading In the Northwest was
light yesterday and price, were steady and
unchanged. Speculative holders are carry
ing heavy stocks and until they turn some
of them they ara not likely to be In the
market aa active buyers. At the present
time tha foreign demand la not brisk.
Local mill feed quotations were advanced
yesterday, bran 60 cents and middlings
and shorts tl per ton. The advance In
tha Seattle flour market puts the North
on a parity with Portland and doea mt
affect local flour values.
At tha Board of Trade December wheat
waa offered at 3l4 cents, with 82
cents bid. For September 0H cents waa
bid. For December oata 11.30 wa asked
and 91.43 offered. Barley was practically
unchanged from Saturday'a figures.
Receipts for three days were 202 care
and 13.614 sack wheat. 21 cars ana sr-t
sacks oata. 27 cara and SoO aacka barley.
6900 aacka flour, and 3s cara and 642 bales
Tha rang of futures waa aa follows:
IF. O. B. warehouse Portland).
Open. High. Low. Close.
e . 1,1 Oi 1U.I S0.U0 SO.WlsB
Dec. .... .VI .92 VI -92VB
(Sept. .... 140 1 42 1 40 1.42 B
Dex-T .... 1.42 145 1.42 145 B
Pept. .... 1.22 1 23 1.22 1.23 B
Dec 125 1-2 !- 1 - B
Weekly Cirain Statistic.
The weekly grain atatlstic of tha mer
chant Exchange follow:
American visible aupply
, . .. . 18.sos.ooi
, . .. .1 j.2:;7.oii
. . . . .3(i.l2,0UO
4S5 . 444 40
Quantities on passage
Sept. 5. Aug. 2:4.
por Bushels. Bushel.
V K 13.I444 4.4HHI 15. 4 4 44.444M)
Continent ..14.ltio.000 12.44JU.utiO
Total 20.2f0.04 40 27.8444.C00
Worlrt'e shipments. principal
Sept. 7. '447,
. 2.144 6.4)440
countries (flour Included 4
1.43 4 . 444 444
Total ....1L5S2.O4.40 8.362.000 8.148.0O0
PEACHES AT ALL KINDS OF PRICES
prvn Carloada on Sale When Buslne
Retailer and others who figured on find
ing a cheap peach market yesterday were
m4t disappointed. . With the carryover stock
and the accumulated receipts sine Satur
day, there were no less than seven cars of
peaches on sale when the market opened.
This big quantity naturally pressed heavily
on the market and prices suffered. A few
fancy lots were teold at "O cents, but the
bulk of the stock was moved at about M
cents, with 30 to 40 rents quoted on the
lass uealrabla lota. Soma small. Inferior stud
was disposed of at 10 cents a box. Ro?"'1'
bought heavily, but there was a good deal
left on hand when business hours war
VOt'her fruits were more or less neglected.
Pears and cantaloupes were In large supply
Potatoes were quiet and onions were
Eggs and Butter Firm.
Two cars of Eastern eggs have rrived
Inc. Sunday, but local . ranch oek Is
scarce and firm, with sale reported at .1
and 28 centa ,,
The butter market Is firm with supplies
light and the demand active
Poultry I. coming In alowly and aa tn
demand Is not brisk, prices enow but little
Clearings of tha Northwestern cities yes
terday were as follows:
Portland l.4.i7.1:n h.:tsl
Tacoma 8sr!.S45 21.243
Spokane 1.304,001) 201.421
Grain. Flour. Feed. Kt&
WHEAT Track price; Club, 88 per
bushel; forty-fold. 80c: Turkey red. 90c(
fife. 88c; bluestem. 2c; Valley. 880.
BAKLiSY Feed. 121.50 per ton; rolled.
I27'ij2S; brewing. tM.
OATS No. 1 white. 82727.50 per ton;
f 1.1, V, n 1 ini . V . V .
straights. 4.05t94 85: exports. $3 70: Val
ley. 4.4S; h-nack grah4un. S4.40; wnoi
wheat. 84.66: rye. 43.60.
M1LLSTUFPS Bran. $28.50 per ton; mid
dlings. $12; shorts, country, 830; city. $1;
U. S. mill chop, 23l ... ...
HAY Timothy. Willametta Valley. 814
per ton; Willamette Valley, ordinary. 11;
Eaatern Oregon. $1050; mixed. $13; clover.
$: alfalfa, $11; alfalfa meal. $20.
Vegetables and Frnlt.
FRESH FRUIT Apple, new. 60c$175
per box: peaches. S441t70c per box; pears.
75c 61.25 per box; plums. 654B73C per box.
grapes. o5cft$1.50 per crate; tigs. $1 p.r
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges. Mediter
ranean aweets. $363.73 per box: Valencia
lates. $3.5004 50 per box; lemons, fiincy,
$5 30436 per box; choice, $4.505; atandard.
iJ0 per box; grapef-ull. cholca to fancy.
$3.30 per box; bananas, G4lc per pound.
POT4TOE3 Buying price. 90493c per
hundred: sweet putatoes, 2iJ 21io per pound.
MELONS Cantaloupe1. $1 iil.su per crate,
watermelon.. $101.23 per 104 loose; "ated
4c per pound additional; casabas, $2 per
dUONIONS California. $11.2S per aack:
Walla Walla. $1.2561.50; garlic 10c per
'"ROOT VEGETABLES Turnips. $1.30 per
sack; carrota, $Li3; paranlps. L75: beats.
''VEGETABLES Artichokes, 3c per do;
beans. Sc per pound: cabbage. 2c per pound;
cauliflower. $.,v) per crate; celery. 7jc1
per doaen; corn. 2530c per dozen: cu
cumber., hothouse. 2ic per doxen; outdoor.
30T40c per box; egg plant. $1.2301.50 crate;
lettuce, head. 13o per dosen; parsley. 130
per doxen: peas, tjc per pound; peppers, 8W
lOe per pound: pumpkins, l&lc per
pound: radishes. 12c per dosen;
spinach, 2c per pound; sprouts, 10c per
pound: quajh. 40c per dozen; tomatoe.
83 (U 10c
Dairy anal Country Frodncxa.
BUTTER Extras, 31 e per pound; fancy,
!7tac; cnolce. 23c; atore, 18c.
EGGS Oregon extra.. 2728c; firsts 23
I8c; .econds. 22 23c; thirds. 16 20c,
Eastern. 24i2Sc per dozen ,K .
POULTRY Mixed chickens. llfflle 10.,
fancy hens. 12ol2e; roosters 10c: Spring
Italic; ducks, old 12S12c; Spring. 1b1c,
getse. oll, be; oung, luu; turkeya 0I4I. l4
loc: young. 2c.
CHEESE Fancy cream twlna. 14 o pet
pound; lull cream triplets, 14c; full cream
Young America, 13c
VEAL Extra. 86 80 per pound; ordin
ary. 77c: heavy. 5c. . ., , ...
PORK Fancy. bc per lb.; ordinary. Be,
MUTTON Fancy. SflDe.
BACON Fancy. 2-lc per pound; standard.
lBSc; choice, 18c; English. l4tS17c,
strips. 15c. . . . ,
DRY SALT CTRED Regular short clears,
dry salt. I2c; smoked, 13c; short clear
backs, heavy, dry salt. 12e; smoked. 13c,
ttregon exports, bellies, dry salt, 14c.
smoked, 13c. ... . ,,
HAMS 10 tn 18 lbs.. 17c: 14 to 16 lbs..
lr,c; 18 to 20 lbs.. Ic; hams, skinned.
l(lt,c: picnics, 104c; cottape roll. '-c:
shoulders. 12c; boiled ham. 23c; boiled pic-
h'?-'" .... ,
,,.K. uii. .V444. 14 ic: 214s. 144c; 10s, 13c,
Ss 15c: Ss. 13c. Standard pure: Tierces,
...'.. . . pto. 1 i.. - on. 1 :i u. c 10s.
13i,c- 6s. 13c: 3s. 1.1c. Compouads:
Tierces. Sc; tubs. Sc; 60s. 81ic; 20S.
8;c: 10s. 9Vc; 5s. ItHc.
unwen nFEV B.eef tonrues. each. 70c.
dried beef sett. 10c; dried beef outside,
13c; dried beef lusldcs, 18c; dried beef
knuckles. 18c ' '
PICKLED GOODS Barrels: Pigs' feet,
$1X; reeular trloe. $1": honeycomb tripe.
Stl- pigs' tongues, $19.50; lambs' tongues,
$2.'.! S P. beef tongues. $20; pig anoula,
$I2"'0: pic ears. $12. no.
MESS MEATS Beef, specials. $13 per
barrel; plate. $14 per barrel; family. $14 per
barrel; pork. $21 per barrel; brisket, $23
Groceries, Dried Fruit. Eto.
peaches. Ilrl2c; prunea. Italians. 6s)6Vc;
prunes, French. 34lc; currani uun......
au.. ..i.nti washed, cases. 10c:
figs, white." fancy. 50-pound boxes. 6"4c
ary. I74n24c; Costa Rica, fancy. 1820c;
good. 16trI8; ordinary. 12lc per pound;
Columbia Roast. 14c; Arbuckle, $10.50; Lion.
RICE southern japan. oc; uou. ot,
imperial Japan. 6c.
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound talis.
$2 per dosen: 2-pound tails, $2.95; 1-pound
. - A4B.v- nlnlr 1-r,oi4nd tails. 05c:
red. 1-pound talla. $1.45; aockeyes. 1-pound
PVQAR Granulated. $8.15: extra C $3.33;
golden C. $3.43: fruit and berry sugar, $9.0..;
plain bag. $0.30: beet granulated. $5.8.;
cube (barrels), $8.45; powdered (barrel).
$5.83. Terms: On remlttancea within IS
days deduct 'Ac per pound; If later than
15 davs. and within 30 days, deduct o
per pound. Maple sutrar. 15b 18c per pound.
NUTS Walnuts. 18 18c per pound by
sack- Brazil nuts 18c; alberta. 18c: pecans.
18c; almonds. 18 S 18c: che.tnuts, Ohio.
25c; ptanuta. raw. eSSUc per pound;
roasted. lOc: plneauts. 10ii12c; hickory
nuts. 14c; cocoanuts, 4o per dozen.
8 ALT Granulated. $14.50 per ton. $2 per
bale; half ground. 100s, $10 per ton: 60s,
$l-.'.0 per ton.
BEANS email white. 5c; large white,
6ic; pink. 4Vsc; bayou. 4c; Lima, 6c; Mexi
can red. 4J4c.
HONEY Fancy, $3.50 per box.
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream. Im
pound sacks, per barrel. $7; lower grades,
$S.506.50; oatmeal, steel-cut. 43-pound
aacka, $8 per barrel; S-lb. aacks. $4.25 per
halo; split peas, per 100 pounds. $4.2.19
4.80: pearl barley. $4.50 lu 3 per 100 lbs.;
pastry Hour. 10-pound sacks. $2.73 per bale;
risked -wheat. $2.75 per case.
Hop. Wool, Hides, Eto.
jjors 1U07. prime and choice. 840 per
pound: olds. 14 4lc per pound; contracts.
WOOL Eaitern Oregon, average best. 10
lOc per pound, according to shrinkage;
MOHAIR Choice. 181Sc per pound.
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1. 14W15c pound;
dry kip. No. 1 13c pound; dry calfskins,
lc pound; salted hides. .74n"Sc pound:
salted calfskins, 12 13c pound; green, lc
FURS No. 1 skins. Bear skins, as to
size. N4. 1, each. $."t?l: cubs. each. $1
S: badger, prime, each. 25tiji4c; cat. wild,
with head perfect. IWSSOc; house. 54920c;
fox. common gray, large prime, each, 404S1
6Vc: red. each. $39 5; cross, each. $5(S 15;
silver and black, each. $140i630O: fishers.
ea?h. $5'ff8; lynx. each. $4.504 8: mink,
strictly No. 1. each, according to size. $14r
3: marten, dark northern, according to alze
and tailor, each, $10 15; marten, pale, ac
cording to size and color, each. $2.504;
muskrat. large, each. 12 15c; skunk, each,
3040c; civet or polecat, each. 5tfl5c; otter,
for large, prime skin. each. $6(g!l0: panther,
with head and clawa perfect, each. $23;
raccoon, for prime large, each. 60 75c;
wolf, mountain, with head perfect, each,
$3.50'95; prairie (coyote). 60cJ$1.10;
wolverine, each. $6188.
CASCARA B'.IRK New. 4c; carloads, 8c;
old. 5c; carloads. 5c per pound.
Coal OH. Unseed Oil. Etc.
REFINED OILS Water white. Iron bar
rels. 10 'ic; wood barrela. 14 He Pearl oil.
cases ISc; head light. Iron barrels. 12c;
19 c: wood barrels. 18c; Eocene.
cas,i; c Special W. W., Iron barrels. 14c;
wo.d barrels, 18c; Elaine, cases, 28c. Extra
"rjA skjliNE V. M. and P. naptha. Iron
barrels. I2c; cases. )!c Red Crown
gasoline. Iron barrels. 18c; case. 22c:
motor gasoline. Iron barrels. 18 c; cases,
23U.C" 88 gasoline. Iron barrels. 3c; cases.
37 c: No. 1 engine distillate. Iron barrels,
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels. SSc; bolled,
barrels, 57c; raw, cases, 61c; boiled, cases.
AFFECT HIS STOCK
Harriman's Cheerful Words
Send Prices Upward.
OTHER ISSUES NEGLECTED
Decline In Reserve of New York
Banks Xot Considered Impor
tant (government Crop
Report Xot Liked.
NEW TORK. Sept. 8. Undisturbed ease In
the money market and aggressive strength
In the Harrimaa stocks were the sustaining
Influences in today's etock market. The In
fluence waa moderate In Its effect, an over
whelming proportion of the day' bisslness
being In the Harrtman themselves or In
stocks In soro way affiliated with that name.
United States Steel was the only addition of
flrst-clsew importance to the list. Dealing
elsewhere were dull and the prlc mpvement
The Harrtman stocks failed to exert any
pronounced sympathetic effect, even In th
groupa In which similarity of conditions
would place them. In the transcontinental
group ther wa an early advance In the Hill
stocks, but even thl wa ascribed to the
assurances offered ' by Mr. Harriman. In the
Interviews) reported with him that mutually
helpful Intention now ruled between the two
controlling railroad powers thus represented.
Atchison and St. Paul, usually In close sym
pathy with the group, were comparatively
norlected. In the trunk line group the same
peculiarity was manifested. The rise In
Erie and Baltimore Ohio was frankly at
tributed to the Harriman dominance In those
properties and other stocks In the trunk line
group were stuggtoh and dull. The coalers,
which are affiliated with those two stocks
In another connection, were equally Indiffer
ent, th activity In Reading being at some
expense to Its price. Pennsylvania and New
York. Central scarcely moved.
The Immediate new development affecting
the Harrlmans wa the confident and cheer
ful tone voiced by the head of the system In
public Interview on his way home from hla
vacation. Intimation that Southern Pacific
had soma financing In propped seemed to be
of as good effect on that stock aa wa th
assertion that Union Paciflo needs had been
supplied In it effect on that.
Material development affecting value of
securities were lacking after the lapse of
three day sine th preceding dealings on
tn etock exchange. The decline In the sur
plus reserves of the banks, show by the Sat
urday bank statement, were not considered
Important, In view of the large proportion of
reserve still held. Th hardening of the
foreign money markets, while It pulled np the
rata of foreign exchange In this market, was
without apparent Influence on our money
market. London baying of stocks was said
to play a part In the strength of some of the
low-priced railroad stocks. The strength In
the exchange market, however. Is attributed
by exchange experts to remittances for Ameri
can securities sold by foreigner on account
of the firmer money rate abroad.
The Government report on condition of tlie
grain crop waa not liked. The condition of
corn was not accepted a threatening; any
disastrous ontcome of that crop, but a re
vision of earlier and more heopeful views
wa Impreesed aa a .necessity. Tha Spring;
wheat figures helped to lighten the chilling
effect on speculative confidence.
American Locomotive suffered from fear of
a coming reduction in dividend and -American
Smelting from distrust aroused by a resump
tion of advertised tlpa to buy the stock.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value. $4,400,000. United States bond were
unchanged on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Sales. High. Low.
Amal Copper .... 19,54"). fcu"S
Am Car Foun. l.tkio i"
do preferred ... 1O0 14 5
Am Cotton Oil.. 1,300 38
Am Hd A Lt pf
Am Ice Securities 700 285,
Am Linseed Oil
Am Locomotive.. 36,410
do preferred ... 2"40 li)5
Am Smelt A Ref. 32,700 95
Am Sugar Ref...
Am Tobacco pf . .
Anaconda Mln Co.
do preferred ...
Atl Coast Line ...
Bait A Ohio ....
do preferred . . .
Brook Rap Tran.
Canadian Pacific. .
Central Leather ..
do preferred . . .
Central of N J..
Che 4k Ohio
Chi Gt Western.
Chics a-o A N W..
60 133 133 133
, 1U0 8S
2.14)0 1 03 162 162
I C, M A St Paul. 11,400 144ft
C, C, C A St L
Colo Fuel A Iron 8.100
Colo A Southern.. 4.700
do l.tt preferred.
do 2-1 prererrea. 3"u
Consolidated Gas. . 17.S4X) lfWi 148 150
Del A Hudson...
D A R Grande..
do preferred .'
Dletlllera' Securl.. 1.500
Erie 61. 500
do 1st preferred. O.SoO
do 2d preferred. 8,300
Gt Northern Ore..
Illinois Central ..
do preferred ...
do preferred ...
4.300 142 141
24H 111 11
Iowa Central ...
K C Southern ...
do preferred . . .
Louis A Nashville
Minn A St Louis.
M. St P A S S M.
Mo. Kan A Texas.
do preferred ...
National Lead ...
N Y Central
N Y, Ont A West.
Vnr'nlV A, West..
300 108 108
Vorth American.. 17.700 1441
Pacific Mall 3,500 25
People's Uns . . . 200
P C C ft St L. .. "0
Pressed Steel Car 800
Pullman Pal Car
Tv K4aI Fnrlnc
Reading 65.900 13014
Republic Steel . . 40O
do preferred ... 2.811O
Rock Island Co.. 400
do preferred ... 1,700
Rt L A S F 2 pf
St L Southwestern
do preferred ... 100
Sloes-Sheffield .... l.""
c.,,Hrn Pacific. &4.800 HO
Southern Rallwsy. 6.7140
do preferred ... 1,434)0
Tenn Copper 600
Texas A Pacific
Tol. St L A West.
A nn.ferred ... 600
Union Pacific ...Ul.MW l7s
do preferred ... 1.200 88
U S Rubber ZXi".
do 1st nreferrea. .w iji
TJ s Steel 114. SOO
V.-f!sro Chemical. 700 28
do preferred! ... ;,:
Wabash 100 12
do preferred I'l" -;;,'
Westlnghouse Eleo 5O0 75
Western Union .. 2.100 58
Wheel A L Erie.
Wisconsin Central. 600 2y
T4tal. sales for the day. 694.700 shares,
v-trTV voRK. Sept. 8. Closing quotations
TJ. S. ref. 2S reg.l03N Y C O 3s .. J2
do coupon 1414 North Pacific 3.. 73
17 S 3. reg 101 . I North Pacific 4s.lt)4
1411 South Pacific 4s. 8!)
Tj s new 4a reg. 120 ' Union Pacific 4S. 102
do coupon i21:Wlscon Cent 4s. 87
Atchison adj 4s. 81 Japanese 4s 80
D A R G 4S.... m i
Money, Exchange, Eto.
NEW YORK. Sept. 8. Money on call, easy
at 11 per cent; ruling-rate, 1 per cent
clclng bid. 1 per cant; offered at 114 per
Tin u,. nH w.kdv: 434) day. 2 per cent; vu
day 21452 per cent; alx months, 3 per
Prime mercantile paper, 4t4 per cent.
firm, with actual bust-
4...I.W hill at 84.848O&4.8470 for
4vday bills and at 4.820 for demand.
Commercial bills. $4.B3?stn.B.
Bar ellver. 51 c
Mexican dollars. 45c.
Government bonds, steady; railroad bono.
IJ1XDOK. Sent.. 8. Bar silver, quiet at
23 15-18d per ounce.
Money. i9 Per cent.
n-i ... riivoinit In the open market for
short bills Is 1 7-1691 per cent; for three
month bills. 1 a-iag-i per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 8. Silver bars.
51Te. . ,
Mexican dollars, nominal.
Drafts-Sight. c: telegraph Rc
Sterling. 60 days. $4.84; sight. $4.86.
8. Consols for money.
IN Y. Central. 108.00
s- do for account.
Anaconda ... 8.6'i
Noma at v ' .'-'
J nr.f S3. IX)
do prer. . . . in-
Tlt Ohio. 1(8)23
Ont A West.. 43.50
Rand Mines.. 7.3j
n end in or ..... 66. 1 5
Can Pacific. .177. 30
Ches A Ohio. 43.73
Chi Grt West 41.4.1
Southern Ry.. S112
C M AS. P.J4JV.HF
South Pacific. 112.37
Union Pacific. 170.25
D A R o L-li
do nrer.... (n...
do pref lru.4
U. S. Steel..
do 1st pr. . 4J
j. M nr 't'! 4fl
' r A Tmmb 51 SO
111 Central. . .145.50
L A N
Amal Copper. 81.87
MO. K. ft T. . SJ iw
Dally Treaaury Statement.
..... ..-r-c.i R Today' state-
ment of the Treasury balance. In the eneral
fund, exclusive of th. $150,000,000 gold re
serve, shows: eiajit4V
Available cash balanc. S'm4
Gold coin and bullion So'iisPS
Gold certificate ,oto.o-w
SCARCITY SEXDS PRICES VP AT
Peaches Slump Badly on Heavy Of-
ferlngs Xomo Orders for
---m. c4 ft (Sneclal.) A
scarcity of liv. hen nt the price up .a cent
all around this morning, n " - -
. ,h. hiirhest nrice quoted
" thl market for several months. WhlU
there 1 a plentiful supply or o..c.o. -
market on these I strong and they axe quoted
at 10-220 centa.
. . u saa with reaches prices
slumped badly thla morning. The best peaches
offered could bo purcnaseu 4.
much good stock sold as low as 40 cent. Poor
cantaloupe sold as low 60 centa per crate
Good stock is scarce. Tomatoes continue to
drop, selling aa low as 80 cent. A few black
berries are offering at $1.25.
Potatoes continue firm. Dealer look for no
drop. Onions are steady, with a moderate
demand. Shipper have been advised that
th last shipment lor iom win
. . . , . , a Vfim n orders
on ooara snip uj w. - -
are reported to b about 25 per cent heavier
than last Fall.
QUOTATIONS AT BAJf rSANCISCf.
price, paid for Prodiica In th Bar City
- . f . a Tha fnllnV-
In g prices were quoted In the prodnc mar
" Mm.0tdinsiBran. $285130.80; middlings
32.6036. . -o.1 IK. .r,c.'
i KriSpiV. .T-. -trini bean. 2
4c; tomatoes, x., "ob
A. t.- e romrr -2Ke: cretunery
seconds. 23c; fancy dairy. 22o; dairy .ec
onds. 20c. ,.n. im.rlra.
Cheese r,ew, . ,
Wr010' 'CiV,. o si -2c , ena
foul try i ur vuui-. - "r .
20rtf22c; roosters, old. $3.504.50; roosters.
young. o.oooo. ""j'-v; . .."io.ni, h,.
lseiScTMountain. 4 438c; South Plain an
San Joaquin. 7 9c: Nevada. BiSlZc.
" ' . it'v). hMi and oats.
$1?1S; alfalfa. tlU 13 50; stock. $9,500
11; straw. . - attRfflt sO-.
P0tatOB UaimU nunvauao. .
WT?uJ-nA?B. choice. $1.15: common. 40c:
bananas. 1.S.60: 1lD "
5; CaJiromia lemonw. tun. 7... .
II ; pineapples.
Hop-Spot. 16c; contract. 910c.
c-, i ft(V. oti art er sacks:
rvcr l"i.rj - uui, i
wkeat 2JWft centals; barley, 15,6.0 centals,
..I., hanni au mcIfj: potatoes.
oats, iohi iTiuo.n,
16.01S sack: bran, 865 sacks: middlings. 450
sacks; hay. 2024 ton; wool, ai oaie.
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK SIARKET.
Price Current Locally oo Cattle, Sheep and
There Is a good demand In th. local
market for P"mo iv -
Ie"d .V. and coVC ihlch were inclined
to weaken the market, though no change in
the qSotatiin. were announced. The demand
for good hogs and sheep waa steady
Th following prices were current on live-
Mock in tne locm "i' "UTj . '
CATTLE Best steers $3. . 3 4 ; medium,
3 23 a-3 60: common, u.o.-... , . ,-,n
j0& 3; medium, $t232-30; calves, $3.30
6SHEEP Best wethers, $3 30; mlxe4l, $3;
ewes, $2.50S'2.7S: lambs, best trimmed, $4,
tintrlmmecl, ..ou o. i ,,n
HOGS Best. $4i.5a7: medium. $3.750
feeders, not wanted.
ruateni livestock Marker.
rainnn. SeDt- 8. Cattle Receipts
about 5000. Market, steady. Beeves. $3 60
' i ii n ci. We4iterns. ts.25&
S OO stockeri and feeders. $2.60 4
an ".ht in ooo Market 5o
. . . " laiianu. mixed. 16.331?
"'n"r;. ?,n. ,,,,h 18 3546.55:
good to choice heavy.' $6.557.10; pigs, $4.10
H6.00; bulk of sales, tnuti""'.
c,.. Reolnts. about 28,000. Market
steady to shade lower. Native. f "
Western. $2.2r34.:eo; yeariniK".
lamb. $3 506 5.80; Western. $3.506.00.
n4iiui B.nt. R cattle Ttecelpt. 8000.
Stea'dy. Native steers. $4.25 7.25; cows and
r liMtflM: Western steers. $3.50 4?
0.50; Texas tseers. $3.0O4.60; range cows
and heirers, ri.uvf.o. '-."
3.00: stockers and feeders. $2.i54.7j:
calves. $3.005.50; bulls and stags,
Hog. Receipts, BOOO. Market shade
stronger. Heavy, sti-aa'a o.i; mi. .i.ij w
6.65; light. $6 .-0'0.3i; pigs. "
hulk nf stiles. 16.57 6.65.
sheep Receipts. 26.000. Market steady to
easier. Tearllngs, $40014.40: wethers, $3.75
4.00; ewes, $3.006.60; lambs, $5.003.25.
KANSAS CITTj Sept 8. Cattle Receipts.
24.O0O. Steady. Native steers. $4.3007.50;
native cowa and heifers, $2.004.00; stock
ers and feeders. 2.54a.uu; .ouiis, 2.su
3.40: calves, $3.757.O0; Western steers,
13.60Q5.20: Western cows, $2.S03.73.
Hogs Receipts, 10.000. Market Btrong to
Be higher. Bulk, go.ooiiro.ito: neavy, o.o.io:
7.00; packers and Dutcners, (o.tk,o.m
nhf. Ill r,fii R 00: tllgs. $4.50e'6.00.
Sheep Receipts. 10.000. Steady to 10c
lower. Muttons, $3.75S4.15; lambs. $4.00
5.60; range wether., $3.40 4.30; fed ewea.
$3. 25 4.00. -
Dairy Prodnc In tha Eaet.
CHICAGO, Sept. a On the produce Ex
change today the butter market was steady.
Creameries. 18Vj22i4c: dairies, ITST-tjc.
Eggs Steady; at mark, cases Included, 159
174c; first.. 17c; prime firsts, 21c.
Cheese Steady at ll13c.
vTrttr vrX3V Bent ft Rutter Firm.
Creamery specials, 24f24c: extras. 23 H
2314c: thlrda to firsts, 18S22V4o; Western
factory firsts. 18c; do Imitation creamery
, .u ci,rfv (state full cream aneclalL
124gl3ic; small colored to white fancy. 12c;
large colored or wnite iancy, ijic; gooo 10
orlme. lllHic; common to fair, BS-lOKc:
Eggs Klrm. Western firsts, 21jS22c; sec
Government Report Is of Bull
CONDITION 77.6 PER CENT
Prices Advance Sharply at the Open-
ing at Chicago, but the Gains
Are liost In Profit-Taking
. r,- e..-. O Tha enndltlon Of
corn was 78.1 of a normal on f?P'"b;n,1:
against a w-ycar . i
Spring wheat when harvested. 77.8 per cert
nainst a lw-year , c i n . . -
when harvested. 81.2 against a -ar vf
ego of 83.5, and oats. 60.7. against a 1
year average of 80.7. says the crop report
issued by the Department of Agriculture to-
ua2: .... . co k init month.
Tne conainon w com "- - -- o.n
80 2 on September 1. 1907, and 80.2 on Sep-
,e?her average condition of PrJ V8'i
was 80.7 last month; 77.1 i 1SX)4. and 88
'"Barley. average condition. 83.1 last
month: 78.5 in 1807. 89.4 in 10- .roo
The average condition of the oat crop
was 76.8 last month; 63.5 In 1907, and 81.9
'"flfntition of other crops on September 1
was as follows: .
Buckwheat. 8l.w, nth"
potatoes. 4..... '
SO.2 SeptemDer i, xwt. ... -""7
lO-year averapre on September 1 of su.i.
looacco. 0-0. ttis4 , : ,w
Flax seed. 82.5, against 86.1 last month.
onASptember If lTo Jn" 1906 and a
lu-year average on dciii,"! ;
Hay. preliminary estimate of yield per
acre i 52 tons, against 1.43 as finally esti
mated In , 1807. A total production of
67 743.000 tons Is thui Indicated, as com
pared with 6.1.677,000 tons finally f"'f
In 1807. Average quality, 94.5. against 80.4
last year. . .
Rve, preliminary eswmme ui -i
vested Is 1.9 per cent less than last year.
The preliminary e4iii- j.w
Is 16.4 bushels. The Indicated total pro
duction la 30,291.000 bushela. against 31.506,-
tiuo in luvi.
FLrCTCATIOXS IX CHICAGO MARKET
Prior Advance Sharply at Opening;, but
ttecC4W tm 4 Hint inkuib.
y-iTTT vn Cnl ft The condition of Spring
wheat at the time of harvesting, according to
Government statistics, wa 4T. per cem qi
a normal crop, compared with 80.7 per cent a
month ago. and the total yield was estimated
at 336,000.000 bushel. The report was gen
eraly considered cf a bullish character. Inas
much a the total yield was estimated at
about 9.000.000 bushela In excess of-last year's
crop .and while last year tne sioca. u. w
Spring wheat In terminal elevator and at ln
. i- MA4t. ver. lnrve. the reserve In store
at the present time Is small. Price responded
it... .Km hm- n, wmrn rniioweu 111a iiuv-
I T-ill 1 1 1 J ,v m mmj wn - . i
.i ... , U. rannrl and adVaOCCd tO a
point 1H to 140 above tne low mams o
day. The market naa pvw u.tf
conelderable strength, owing to a moderate
demand by commission houses. The move
ment In the Northwest was not so heavy as
had been expected. Export business today,
according to all reports, was nil. Cash, wheat
premiums displayed a declining tendency at
all market la this country, the hard Winter
variety showing the greatest weannesa nero,
while Spring wheat In the Northwest was
weakest, owing to the liberal movement. The
market lost nearly alt Its strength late In
h- 4n- Kecmi-e nf free selling for profit
and closed barely steady, with prices un
changed. Continued drouth In the corn belt was tne
chief reason for a strong market for that
cereal. Government figures, which showed
the condition of the crop to be 79.4. aa against
m k . , v, TAm abnnt what had been
generally expected. The market closed strong.
with price M9e aoov tne previous ti.
Trade In oats was light and the market
firm. The Government report, which showed
a condition of 68.7. compared with 76.8 last
month, caused considerable covering by short
.in4 to hold the market firm. The
close was firm, with price Ha to ttSKo
higher than Saturday a cjoee.
ti,. n-iinn market wa dull, but firm.
The total arrivals of hog today were esti
mated at about 10,000 head in excess oi ur.-
of the corresponding day a year ago. Buying
of October lard by packers and shorts wa
the feature of trade. Th market closed
firm, with price 2io to jowl-no
than the previous close.
The leading futures rangea as ioiiui.
Open. High. Low .Close.
e...-,h.e 87U, 1 .88 $ .87H $.98
Member ....8 .98 .'? ,oA2
September ... .48 .50 .49 A
December ... ,o'" ." wiL
May 52i -521. .52V. MVt
September ...14.65 14.6JH 14.65 14.65
October 14.75 14.T.1 14.1 4.7 JA
January ....- '
JanuarV i::" 8.55 9.07 M 8.35 0.55
September ... 9.12 9.124 M
October 8.17 9.2,) .J.fc 9.17
January 9.50 8.55 8 50 8.55
Cash quotations w.re as follows.
Wheat No. 2 Spring. 97cSr$1.06; No. 8.
94ce$1.06: No. 2 red, 989Wc.
Corn No. 2, 80c; No. 2 yellow. 80Hff80.O-
Oats No. 2 white. 6152c; No. 3 white,
Rye NO. 2. 751J78C.
Barley Good feeding, 602c; fair to eholca
Flax seed No. 1 Northwestern. $1.2514-
Timothy seed Prime. $3.40.
Short ribs Side (loose), $9iV.37H.
Pork Mess, per bbl.. $14.6514.70.
Lard Per 100 lbs.. $9.75.
Sides Short, clear (boxed), $!).259.50. .
Whisky Basis of high wines, $1.37.
Flour, bhls.. 26.100 48.000
Wheat, bu. 73.200 37,000
t-orn. bu .145.500 24.0O
Oats, bu 295.100 236.800
Rye. bu 11.500 2.000
Barley, bu 147.4O0 13,900
Grain and Frodnee at New York.
NEW TORK. Spt. 8. Flour Receipts,
37.000; exports, 20,2115. Market quiet and
ii'n,.. In .rndM. S3. 40& 3. 70.
Wheat Receipts. 153.000; exports. 133.300
bushels. Spot. easy. No. 2 red. $1.03 fc
105 elevator and $10414 f. o. b. afloat;
No. 1 Northern Duluth. $1.11 U f. o. b.
afloat; No. 2 hard Winter, $1.06 f o. b.
afloat. Today's wheat market had an
easier opening on account of weak cables
and big receipts, but rallied later on the
bullish Government report. Near the close
lt eased off a little, with prices finally
He to c net higher. September closed
at 1 054; December, fl.OOtt; May closed
tl.OT1. . . ,
Hops Quiet: state common to choice,
1907 crop, 47c; 1908 crop. 25c: Pacltlc
Coast, 1907 crop. .VtfTc; 10i8 crop. 35c.
Hides Quiet; Bogota, 18H19'4c; Cen
tral America. 20c.
Wool Quiet; domestic fleece. 30 3 33c
European Grain Markets.
LONDON. Sept. 8. Cargoes, quiet. Walla
Walla .prompt ahlpment. 37s 6d; do Califor
English country markets quiet but steady.
French country market quiet but steady.
LIVERPOOL, Sept. & Wheat September,
7s 6t4d; December. 7 Glad; March, nominal.
Visible Supply of Grain.
NEW TORK. Sept. 8. The visible supply
of grain Saturday, September 5. as corn-
THE UNITED STATES
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS, $1,000,000.00
J. C. AINSWORTH, President. E. W. SCHMEER, Cashier.
r. LEA BARNES, Vice-President.
A. M. WRIGHT, Assistant Cashier. W. A. HOLT, Assistant Cashier.
Issued for use on the AMERICAN CONTINENT
or in any FOREIGN COUNTRY, cashable without charge
SAN FRANCISCO & PORTLAND STEAMSHIP CO.
Berth and Meals Included
Upper Deck $15.00 Second Class $3.00
S. S. ROSE CITY
Sails From Ainsworth Dock,
J. W. RANSOM, Dock Art.. AlnswtjrtU
si none iumu o-
piled by the New Tork Produce Exchange,
waa a. follows: Bu,hels. increase.
2 OOIi.000 111,000
' .4 1X1.000 -8043.0410
' ;;:u 11410 70,4100
Wheat at Tacoma.
TACOMA. Sept. 8. Wbeat Steatly. Mllllnr.
i,i,,...or B3c: club. 81e: red. 89c. Eiport,
bluestem, B2c; club. 8Sc: red. 85c.
EASTERN WOOL MARKETS WEAKER
But Easier Price Do Not Stimulate th
BOSTON, Sept. 8. Th local demand for
wool continue Itdht. despite easier prices In
all lines'. Only a few transactions have been
over 100.000 pounds, the heaviest being a sale
of Nevada half-blood at 50 cent. Fine
territory staple Is lower, with few dealings,
and Ohio washed Is In but ltttle demand.
California Northern county. 42T4.tc; mid
dle county, S8S40c; southern, 373Sc; Fall
Oregon Eastern No. 1 staple. 6759c; east
ern No. 1 clothing, 4750c; valley No. 1. 45
Territory Fine staple, 57g58c; one medium
staple. 55S6c; fine clothing. 45648c: fine
medium clothing. 4,W45c: half-blood, 6455c:
three-eighths-blood, 48g54)c; quarter-blood, 43
Fulled Extra, 60fl57c; Ana A. 6052c; A
Wool at St. Xouls.
BT. LOUIS, Sept. 8. Wool Steady. Terri
tory and -Western mediums, 15618c; rr"s"
dlums, lOfilSc; fine. 9qi2c.
Mining Stocks. '
BOSTON. Sept. 8. Closing Quotations:
Tamarack ... 78)0
United Copper 11.00
Atlantic .... i"""
Bingham ... 0
Cal & Hecla. 665.00
Centennial . . 3.1.50
Copper Range 80.00
Dalv West... 9 00
Isle Eoyale. . SM.OO
Mass Mining. TOO
Michigan ... 14.25
Mont C & C. .05
Old Dominion 42.75
Osceola 1 14.50
NEW TORK. Sept.
Brunswick Con. fl
Com Tun stock. 22
do bonds 17
C C & Va 7!)
Horn Silver 50
Iron Silver 1O0
U. S. Mining. 41.00
U. B. Oil y.i.ou
Victoria 5 50
Winona 0 00
North Butte.. SD.JlTH
Butte Coal... 20.50
Cal & Arix. ..121.50
Arlr Com 27 .50
Greene Can... 11.37
8. Closing quotations:
ijadvllle con... o
. . eo
lYellow Jacket. .. 45
New York Cotton Market.
NEW TORK. Sept. 8. Cotton futures
opened eteady at an advance of 8 to 11 point
and closed very teady a ta Bet advance
of 14 to 17 points. Closing bid: September,
8 66c; October, 8.71c: November. 8.57c; De
cember. 8.61c; January. 8.50c; February.
862c; March. 8.55c; May. 8.02c.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 8. A total of 307.92
bales of cotton ginned from the growth of
1908 to October 1 and 8613 active ginneries
1 4. ik. rnnrt on cotton gin-
are anniuiiv.nu - -
, .-. Thl ( Affalnot 2OO.Z1H
fling ISU4rU uiudj. . .,, . a
bfeles at tha corrwottdins date in 1WT 0,O
, --a A7R rt, bales and
g mnerie In 1905. These figures count round
a half bales. xne ri. w
round bale, for 1908, 11,803 for 1907. 21.856
tor 1906 and 22.231 for 1905 The report
also embrace 1324 Sea Wand bale, for 1908,
65 for 1907. 631 for 1906 and 1165 for 1905.
Dried rruita at New York.
vlS-w TORK Seat. 8. The market for
quotations ranging from 4c to 13c for l
lfornia. and from 60 to 71a o lor
BOAorlcots are more or less nominal, with
choice quoted at 8 K 8 1 He: extra choice.
flvalHc. and fancy at lOB'llc.
here seems to be very little demand
for peaches, either for 1
iiv.rv Choice are quiet at 7bVlc, ex
1'ra choiceb ThIsc; fancy. 8H4fc: extra
'"Sai -erally u-nged. with
loo.e muscatels quoted at 4Jio to c.
choice to fancy seeded. BflTHc: seedless,
ifce. and London layers. $1.601.65.
NEW TORK. Sept. 8. The London tin
market was higher at 1131 15s for spot.
rndrk3aW".S for tdlt'VsS
market was quiet and unchanged at 28.50
Copper had quite a sharp advance In the
London market, with spot at 61 7s d. and
fuUire? at 62 5s. Locally the market was
qui"" Lake wa, quoted at 13.WWl3J5e:
electrolytic. 13.37 a 13.62 lie and casting
'iad'u'nchfnVed'at 4.554-J0e Into lo
cal market, and at 13 2s Od In the Lon-
dSpeu"k declined to 19 5. In London.
Locally the market was Arm at 4.7-ViW
4 77 lie.
Iron was unchanged locally.
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW- TORK. Sept. 8. Coffee futures
closed steady, net unchanged to 15 points
higher, with October showing th maxi
mum gains. Sales were reported of Ju.uOO
bags. Including December iV ,0(0 5.7c.
March, 5.60c: May. 5.65c. Spot coffee .teady.
No 7 Rio, 714c; Santos No. 4, 8V4o; Mild,
quiet: Cordova. Onto 12.
Suitar Raw. steady: fair refining. 3.4Bc,
centrifugal, .96 test. 3.96c: molar.ses sugar.
8.14ic: Keflned. steady; No 6. 4.70c .
7 4 435c- NO. 8. 4.60c; No. 9. 4.55c; No. 10.
4 45c- No. 11, 4.40c; No. 12. 4.35c: No. 1.1.
t teir'- No 14. 4.25c; Confectioner's A. 4.90e;
Mould A. 5.45c; cut loaf. 6.90c: crushed,
ivsilc; powdered. 6.20c; granulated, 5.20c;
"White Australia" Discussed.
LONDON, Sept. 8. The London news
papers continue to discuss the question
of a "white Australia." The Times in
an editorial this morning regards immi-
Saturday, Sept. 12, 9 A. M.
M. J. ROCHE. C. T. A.. 14 M St.
Alain . iv.
gration and emigration as presenting: be
twepn them the crucial problem con-,
fronting British statesmen In th.
centurv, as far as concerns Australia.
The Times argues that there are no in
dustries In North Australia which can bo
conducted profitably by white- men 8-'or,
without support from the state, and that
as it is a political necessity that this
and similar territories be filled, it would
be advisable for Australia to set aside
national Jealousies, which only serve to
check tha stream of Immigration.
Oklahoma Indians Complain.
WASHINGTON,' Sept. . The Indian .
Protective League of this city has re
ceived numerous complaints of late
from the four Indian tribes inhabiting
Oklahoma, namely, the Choctaws,
Creeks, Chlckaaaws and Cherokees,
saying that the treaty of 1832, which
they contend is still in operation, is
being violated by the state officials.
A. G. Belvln, a full-blooded Indian, in
forms he league that ho is desirous of
having some of the impositions on the
Indians by the state officials referred
to President Roosevelt.
Bay State (National) Stock bought
and sold on the Boston and New York
curb. Orders promptly executed. Via
will send you a copy of the Lawson
Pamphlets upon receipt of your re
quest. Write today.
LINCOLN MORTGAGE 8 LOAN CO.
348-656 Pacific Building, Sau Fran
We buy and sell all stocks and bonds,
listed or unlisted.
PORTLAND BY., LIGHT It) WEB CO.
Ticket Office anil Waltlng-UVxMB.
.First aud Alder Htreeta
Orenn 7Ry 4. 9:30 A. M.. and every
80 minutes to and Including 9 F. M-.
then 10. 11 P M : last car li midnight.
Greabam. Boring. Kagla Creek, Esta
rada, (azadero. I alrvleer and ,.Trou
Uale 7:16. :15. 11:14 A. 1:18. 8:43,
8:16. 7:25 P. M.
Ticket office and waiting-room Bcon4
and Washington street
A. m, i5, 860. T:2S, 8:00, 8:88,
9 10. 9:60, 10:30. 11:10. 11:80.
P. M. 12:80. 1:10. 1:50. 2:0. 8:18,
8-60. 4:80. 6:10, 8:50. 6:50, 7:05. 7:40.
8:15. :25. 10:S5 11:45. ,,.
On Third Monday In Ererr Montb
the Last Car Leave at 7:05 P. M.
Dally wept Sunday. "Dally cpt
CANADIAN PACIFIC i
tmpreu una or uia nuinun
LESS THAN FOUR BAYS AT SEA. j
To Europe, September 12. 18. 28. Oc-c
tober 2 10, 16. From Europe. September 18,,
2V October 2. 16. 21, SO. hates, first cahln
J'lO up; second cabin. $48.75; one class, 45i
third-class. 828.75. Ask any ticket agent for ,
particulars, or write M
T. R. Johnson, 142 Third Bt.. Portland. Or. ;
Chas. R. Spencer i
. . I TI,..r.aU
A i.ln vTt ThuradaV. I
Astoria and way landings, leave foot .
WaahinKton t- 7 A. M.; leavea AstorU
t P. M. r
FARE. 81-O0 EACH WAT MrSALS, 60:
Sunday Excursion 8 A. M. !
$1.00 ROUND TRIP. i
Phone Main 8619.
COOS BAY LINE
The steamer BREAKWATER leaves Port
land every Wednesday at 8 P. M. from Oak
street dock, for North Bead. Marahnetd and
Cooa Bay points. Freight received till 4 P.
M on day of sailing. Passenger far, flrst
elasa. 810: cond-claaa. T. lneludln; berth ,
and meaU. lnulr city ticket oOic. Tnlrd
and Washington street, or Uak-atreat dock.
Fast bteauier liailey UuUenl
Round Trips to Tha Lalles Week Days, Ex
cept Friday. Leav 7 A. M.
Round Trips to Cascade Locks Sunday.
Leave t) A. M.
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Maintain dally service to The Lailes. except
Sunday, calling at all way landings for
fralght and passenyera Leave 7 A. M.
Phone Main 014. A 6112.
North Pacific S. Co', eamihl?
Roanoke and Geo. W. Elder
Sail for Eureka, San Francisca and
Los Angeles direct every Thursday
at 8 P. M. Ticket office 132 Third
St., near Alder. Both phones, M.
1314. H. Young, Agent.
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Only Direct Steamers and Daylight BalllnKS.
From Ainsworth Dock. Portland. 9 A. M.l
S. 8. Rose City. Sept. 11), Oct. 8. etc.
' s S State of California. Sent. 1-'.
From Lombard St.. San Francisco, 11 A. ii.i
S S Slate of California. Sent. 19.
S. a Rose City. Sept. 12. 26. etc
J. TV. RANSOM. Dock Agent.
Main 2S Ainsworth Dock.
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Phone Main 402. A 1402.