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TIIE MORNING OREGOXIAX, FRIDAY, SEPTE3IBER 25, 1908.
SUGAR VERY F
Another Advance Looked For
in the East.
ESTIMATE OF WORLD CROP
Transactions in Barley and Oats on
the Board of Trade Steady De
mand for Fruit Produce
-4 Is Very Firm.
Kartm trade afl ices indicate ft very
firm position In th sugar market. The
0-eent advance of ft few daya aao la ex
pected to be followed by ftnother advance.
"V In the near future. Whether the strength
on the Atlantic seaboard will affect the
Coast markets, however, remain to t
Been. Commenting on the prospect, a leading-
The aituation la materially different form
I T.-r v.a. ,t this tfmfL whflll
very lax ire amount of the 'year's crop
had been carried over (estimated at 1,200,
000 bates). This year ther? are no old
sugars to be disposed of and the demand
must be mot entirely by the new crops.
The Sugar Trade Journal gives .the fol
lowing? estimates of the coming crop:
Beet In Europe there Is a decreased
acreage of S.4 per cent. The season baa
been favorable during the greater part.
Latest tests of roota show heavier weight
and higher tests compared with last year,
which is Ilk to more than offset the
i sf&ialler acreage; the outturn last season
was 6.542,000' tons. Present lndlcatlcns
point to a crop of 6,600,000 to 6,800,000
tons, provided conditions continue favora
la the United States the condition of the
t crop' Is irregular, being favorable in
341rhlgan, unfavcrable in some parts of
Colorado and not the best in California;
the acreage Is 4.46 per cent more than last
year. The presenl outlook point to an
outturn of 440,000 to 400.000 tens, if the
weather during the remainder of the cam
paign favors a good sugar content. Last
O'ear tne production was aw.w ions.
Cane In Louisiana the season has
roved to be unusually satisfactory, giving
romise of the largest crop on record, pos-
libly 340.0O0 to 300,000 tona In Cuba the
la toon were not In the best of condition
larly In the season, having been affected
lv the long drouth of last year and the
Lear before, and plantings for a year or
ore have not been aa extensive as usual.
eat her conditions since the beginning of
e year have keen very favorable gener
ly, aad the cane presents a much better
p pear a nee than for some time past. With
r. turned suitable conditions, and with a
normal grinding season, a possible outturn
' Anight b J. 100,000 to 1.250.VO0 tons, auainst
the last year's crop of -060,000 tuna
Active Fettturea of the Grain Market t the
Uottrd of Trade.
Cats and barley have become the active
features of the grain market at the Board of
T.iJ-. Buyers and sellers have succeeded
In setting together and more buslnesa in these
cereals waa transacted yesterday. One hun
dred tons of December oats were sold at the
good price of $1.57 ft and 200 toos of De
cember barley changed hands at SI. S3. These
prices Indicate a good advance over the bids
There, were no deals in wheat. There were
offers of November at US cents and December
at O314 cents without takers, as buyers' ideas
were half ft cent lower than the asked prices.
,The following amendment to the warehouse
rales will be voted on at the next meeting
of the grain department:
j "Delivery In any of the following ware
houses: Oceanic, Pacific Coast, Montgomery
2io. 2, Columbia No, 2, Irving, Mersey, Green
wich No. 2."
The rang of futures was as follows, f. .
b. warehouse, Portland:
FfPt S .OTV 1 S S ..VB
ttt . .93 Vi .921, .93fcA
Dec 1.30 1.35 1.U0
Receipt for the week to date follow:
Wh't. Oats. B'ly. Flour. Shs. Hay.
cars. cars. cars, sacks, cars. cars.
Monday ....152 It! 16 250 .. 22
Tuesday 14M 8 25 10 2 12
ednewlay .ItiO 6 12 ... 1 lo
Thursday . ..111 9 13 0
FROST NIPS POTATO VINES.
Extent of Dmrnaire Done Is Not Yet
The frosts of the past two night have
Kipped all the potato vine but what the
amount of damage Is is not known yet. It
will stop the potatoes from growing and at
least make them undersized.
It Is probable that the frost has also put an
and to the late tomato crop and It Is re
ported that the beans, peaa and other veg
etables have also been Injured.
Good Demand for Poultry.
Receipts of poultry continue quite large,
but the demand is still flrst-class and prices
rule firm. Hens are quoted at 14 cent and
prtns at IS cents.
Eggs are very firm with a strong demand
for fresh ranch stock, which Is In light sup
ply. Another car of Eastern eggs arrived
There were no further developments in the
butter or chaeese markata.
Fruit at Steady Price.
The fruit trade was fairly active, with
price generally steady. Supplies In nearly
all line were ample. Grapes are selling well,
the California varieties at the former range.
of prices. Local Wordecs move at S0jj2
,ents per basket and Delaware are held at
cents per basket. A car of sweet potatoes
was received yesterday.
J Chehalls Hops Sell for Six Cents.
f No transactions In Oregon hops were re
ported yesterday, but business was still
under way In Washington. Klaber, Wolf
A Netter bought 42o bales from Isaac
Plncus Sons at 6 cents.. These hops were
raised on the Dobson place at Chehalls.
Clearing In the Northwestern cities yes
terday were aa follows:
Portland 1 1.0J7.223 4232.3S5
Seattle l..Vi$.24l .W4.217
Taroma 727.220 S0.PS4
Spokane StWi.TiH S1.6V7
Grain. Floor. Feed, Etc
BARLET Feed. 26 per ton; rolled,
$27 5otf W; brewing. $::tJ 50.
OATP- No. 1 white. io per ton; gray, $29.
WHEAT Track prices: Club. t9c per
ushel ; forty-fold. W2c; Turkey red, 92c;
Hfe. S-4V: bluestem. 93c; Valley, Sic
FLOUR Patents. S4-70 per barrel;
straight S3. 95; exporta, f3-70; Valley, $4.45;
H-st.-k graham. $4 40; whole wheat. $4. 65;
"MILLSTUFFS Bran. 126.50 per ton; mid
dling", 33; shorts, country. S-ii; city. $30;
U. S mill chop. mr
HAY Timothy. Willamette alley, $14
per ton; Willamette Valley, ordinary. $11;
Fa stern Oregon. $16-50; mixed. $13; clover.
$J. alfalfa. $11; alfalta moai. $20.
Vegetables and Fruit.
FRtTSH FRI-1T Apples. new 60c C$1.30
$ex box; peaches, 3tf70c per box; pcara.
wv-?i Ivy r.Trim fwvfilt per box:
grapes. 4Uc$l-20 per crate; Word ens. 20&
2c per basket; huckleberries, 8feloc ib. ;
qulncoe, 91.31.00 per oox; urounu i-nci,i
75c per box; cranberries, $10 per barrel.
TPoPFi-iT. fruits Oranrea Mediter
ranean sweets. $33 75 per box; Valencia,
lates. $3 5o4.50 per box; iv.hui.b.
f.n,-v ti r, nr box: choice, $4 a4.i0:
standard. $2 75 per box; grapefruit. $44.75
tier hoi: hananaJ. 5 ix 6c Der pound.
POTATOES Buying price, sofe-90c per
hundred; sweet potatoes, 2c per pouna.
m it 1 js s ciin ts louoea T5c per crate
watermelons, fcfcle pr pound; casabas, $1.75
OXIOXS California. $1.25 per sack.
ROOT VEGETABLES Turnips. $1.60 per
sack; carrots, $1.0; parsnips. aA-.; oeeta,
VEGETABLES Artichokes. S5c per do
twins. i-Wi-tc oer pound; cabbage, 2c per pound
cauliflower, $1.25 dozen; celery, 75c$X
pyr d ozen ; corn, 75cjj $ 1 per sack ; cu
cumber, hothouse. 25c per doten; outdoor.
tfi40c ier box; erg plant. 50c4iil.25 per crate;
lettuce, head. 15c per doten ; parsley. 15c
por dosen; peas, flc per pound; peppers, 8 9
10c per pound; pumpkins, l?lc per
nound; radisnes, lzyic per dosen;
spinach, 2c per pound; sprouts, 10c per
pounn; equasn, ifrc .per pound; tomatoes.
BaCON Fancy. 23c per pound; standard.
jc; cnoice, iac; tngiisn, n Hffiic;
DRY SALT CURED Rerular short clears.
dry salt. 12c; smoked. 13c; short clear
oacKs, nea- ary saitea, 1 c; smoKeo.
lac; Oregon exports, bellies, dry aalt, 14o;
HAMS 10 to 13 lbs.. 17c: 14 to lfl lb.
ltPic; IS to 20 lbs.. 10c; hams, skinned,
16 M-c; Dicnics. 10 Sc: cottase roll. 12c:
shoulders, 12c; boiled ham, 23c; boiled pic
LARD Kettle rendered: Tierces, 14c
tubs. 14Vc: 60s. 14Vc: 20s. Uc: 10s. 16c
5s. 15c; 3s, 1514c. Standard pure: Tierces,
tubs. 13c; 60s. 13c; 20a, 13c; 10s,
l.'iHc; 5s, 13c; 3a, 13 a Compounds:
Tierces, 6c; tubs, 8c; 50. &c; 20s,
b'ac; las, c; 5s, vc.
SMOKED BEEF Beef .tongues, each. 70c;
dried beef sets. 10c: dried beef outsldea
15c; drlsd beef in sides, 18c; dried beef
PICKLED GOODS Barrels: Pigs feet.
$13: regular tripe. $10; honeycomb trtoe,
$12: DiKS tongues. J 10. 50: lambs tonsuea
MESS MEATS Beef, specials, '$13 per
barrel; plate, $14 per barrel; family, $14 per
barrel ; pork. $2 1 per barrel ; brisket. $2a
per barrel; S. P. beef tongues, $20; pig
auouta, sizou; pig ears, siz-ou.-
Dairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER City creamery, extras. 32 O
$4c; fancy outside creamery, 30i&32c per
pound ; atore, 18c
EGGS Oregan extras, Sl'S?32c; firsts, 2T
j 30c ; seconds, 23 ra 20c ; Eastern, 25 & 2Sc
POULTRY Fancy hens, 14c; Spring.
15c; ducks, old, 12'121o; Spring, 14 15c;
geese, old, 0c; young, 10 & lie; turaeys, oia,
17ftrl.Sc: vounr. 2Jc.
CHEESE Fancy cream twins. 1416cper
pound; full cream triplets. 14HS15c; full
ci earn Young America. iw 10c.
VEAL Extra, 8$8c per pound; ordi
nary, 7714c; heavy. 5c.
PORK Fancy. 8 Vic per lb.; ordinary, flc;
H!IS ARE IN
PRICES ARE ADVANCING IX SE
Eggs Pushed Vp Another Notch.
Apples in Excessive Supply.
Wheat Is Stronger.
SEATTLE Wash., Sept 24. (Special.)
Eggs continued to advance today, touching
30 cents for the beat this afternoon. Ore
gon esgs were put up 2 cents to 32 cents
ami many ranry oregons aoia at practi
cally lower prfcea. Cheese is firm In all
There were not enough hens to supply
requirements today. Springs were more
In fruit and vegetables the tone was
firm. A considerable quantity of outside
onions is being brought In to meet require
ments, lftOO sacks coming on yesterday's
boat, being- unloaded today. Fancy stock
for shipment is In best demand. The price
of Oregon yellow Dan vers was advanced
to $1.25 today.
Wheat was a little stronger, with 94
cents bid, but 95 cents was asked.
Apples now are about the only weak
spot In the market. They are coming in
faster than can be used.
QUOTATIONS AT SAN FRAN CISC Ok.
Prices Paid for Produc In the Bay City
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 24. The follow
ing prices were quoted In the produce mar
MltlstuffsBran. $29.0030.50; middlings,
Vegetables Cucumbers, 20c(5$1.25; garlic
7c ; green pea?. 'Mi 5c ; stfi n g bean, 2
4c; tomatoes, 2'l4c; egg plant, 4oifl0c.
Butter Fancy creamery. 30Hc: creamery
seconds, 27Vac; fancy dairy, 22c; dairy sec-
oa da. 20c.
Cheese New, llllc; young America,
Ksgs Store, 32 H c ; fancy ranch . 42c.
Poultry Turkey gobblers. 22 24c: hens,
22 it- 24c ; roosters, old, $3.60 4. 50; roosters.
young. $6tff8; broilers. small, $33.50;
broilers, large. $4 to 4 50; fryers, $5&6; hens,
$4t 8; ducks, old. $3504.60; young, $5ttf7.
w 001 spring, HUinooiai ana jaenaoctoo.
!318c; Mountain. &8c. South Plain an
San Joaquin, &toc; Nevada. 9912c.
Hay Wheat. $1S20: wheat and oats.
I14&18; alfaifa. $11 13 50; stock. $9,509
12; straw, per bale, GOftiOSc.
Potatoes Salinas Burbanks, $1.2001.60;
Fruits Apples, choice. $1.25: common.
40c; bananas, $13; Mexican Umea, $4.60
(i5.60; California lemons, choice, $3.25; com
toon. $1; pineapples, $2?S.
. lope bptu, isftiitc: contracts, n'aiuc.
Receiots Flour. 2W2 sacks: wheat. 15 cen
tals; barley, 4050 cent ate; oats. 2540 centals;
beans. 3115 sacks: corn. 70 centals: potatoes;
43 HO centals; bran, 1O50 sacks: middlings, 130
sacks; hay, 90S tona; wool, 65 bales; hides.
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Price Current Locally on Cattle. Sheep and
Uveatock receiDts were Hr-M yesterday.
There was the usual strons: demand for
"high-grade stock of ail kinds with inferior
stock neglected. Prices were unchanged.
The following prices were current on live
stock in the local market yesterday:
CATTLE Beat steers. $4??4.25; medium,
$3 25'a 3.50; common, $3 'fir 3.23; cows, best.
ft2.7S 3.2ft; medium.- $2.252-50; calves,
$3.Mt'rJ 4.50. . .
l.u t-c-t tj vKihpn t.50: mixed. $3;
ewes $2. 50 iff 2.75: lambs, best un trimmed,
$4: untrlmmed. $3.50? 3.75. 3.
HOGS Best. r$7ff7.25; medium, $5.756,
feeders, not a-anted.
Eastern Ureatork Markets.
CHICAGO. Sept. 24 Cattle Receipts,
Miniated. 5010; market, strong. Beeves.
and feeders, $2.0u4.40; cows and heifers.
Hogs-Receipts, about 13.000; market
rne at vesterdfty's close. Mixed, $b.60
S 7.45; heavy. $0 55'7.35; rough. $u.o.S
a90; pigs. $4.50ft6.35; good to choice
hesneepiRecipt9,' estimnted. 18.100; rriar
ket. steadv. Natives, $2.25 4. 2o; West
ern $2 25a4.25; yearlings, $4.25 4. m; na
tive lamb. $3.255-70; Western lambs,
KANSAS CITY, Mo.. Sept. 24 Cattle
Receipts, 10.000; market, steady to strong.
Stockers and feeders, $2.70 4 50; bulls.
$2.50t3 3.50; calves. $3 306.50; Western
steers. $:;.60t8 3.10; cows. $.403.50.
Hogs Receipts. 90o0; market, weak to
5c lower. Bulk of sales, $040090: heavy,
$.0o7; packers and butchers, $6.507;
light. $0,2116.83; pigs. $G&7.
Sheep Receipts, 5oO: market, steady.
Muttons, 4.15; lambs. $44.25; range
wethers, $3.40 4.15; fed ewes, $3(4.25.
OMAHA. Sept. 24. Cattle Receipts,
240U; market, strong. Western ateers.
$3. 25 H 5. 05 ; Ttxtns, $3 0 4. 50 ; range cows
and heifers, $2.50i4; calves, $3t4J.
Hogs Receipts. 60OO; market, strong;
heaw. $rt 70U 7; mixed. $6 C5fc 6.80; liEht,
$4706.90; pigs. $4136; bulk of sales,
$3.75 i d 85.
Sheep Receipts, 20.0OO: market, strong.
Yearlings. $3.7594: W'thers. $330353;
ewes, $3 3.50: lambs. $4,5045.
Dried Fruits at New York.
NEW YORK. Sept. 24. The market for
evaporated apples Is quiet. Fancy, &4fjl0ie;
choice. 7hfc; prime, d7c. and common to
fair. Mj tic
Prunes ar in light demand. Quotations
range from 9 to 13 cents for California and
from 6-c to 7c for Oregon fruit.
Apricots are steady. SfcHijc; extra choice.
Sfec: fancy, lou-tUtc
Peaches are unchanged. Choice, Tmt7$;c;
extra choice, 7-Sc, and fancy at t,S9c.
Raisins are In fair demand on epot with
Irvi!e muscatel quoted at 4&'6tc; choice to
fancy seeded at UU-Tc: needless at 4-ffc,
and London layer at $1.00-61.66.
Wool at St. louts.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 24. Wool Unchanged:
Wei-tern medium. loij-ISc; fine medium, 12
f, lc; fine. 9u llc- -
BEARS flRE ROUTED
Advance in Stocks Makes
' Them Rush to Cover,
TRADE ON LARGE SCALE
Enormous Buying Orders in Union
Pacific, Southern Pacific and
Reading Entire Elst Joins in
Rally Bonds Are Firm.
NEW YORK. Seat. 24. Tlie recovery in
pVicea was sustained and extended by the
stocK market, and the advance was mucn
more regular than the uncertain and heal.
tatina movement of yesterday. The mar
ket became active and buoyant toward the
Speculative sentiment was swayed almost
entirety by the opinions of what was be
ing done In the market by the Influential
capitalists who are credited with having
the market In control. Thus the whole
list ran off rapidly after an opening ad
vance when heavy selling appeared in the
riill stocks and St. Faul. as it was as
sumed that this represented a renewal of
the important liquidation in those stocks
which was the herald of the recent slump.
Later 'there appeared enormous buying
orders In Union. Paclnc Southern Pacific
and Reading, for what were asserted to be
controlling Interests in the Summer's ad
vance. The purchase of many thousands
of shares of these stocks by the houses
which ftvere most active til ihe day gave
color td the supposition that tsupport of the
market had been renewed. By that time
the sale of the Hill stocks and of St. Paul
was ascribed to a bear faction which had
formed a project for forcing prices lower
again from the vantage point of the rally.
When the market turned upward the bears
were routed and their further buying to
cover shorts was material in aiding the bulls
Foreign exchange declined sharply. Fa
vorable auguries were drawn of the money
position from the sale of $10.0Ou.0uO of New
York City warrants on a 2 per cent basis.
i-1-..na, were nrm. Total sales, par value,
eo.vu-t.iiu. unuea 3iates bonus were un
changed on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
oaies. uig-n. low. jiu.
-Aiiui.1 copper .... 41,7110 74-J, TOT, '4
Am ear Foun. l.uuu
Am Cotton Oil . . 600
Am Hd fc t,t pf. 1,300
Am Ice Securi... 600
Am Linseed Oil
Am Locomotive.. 2.0HO 46H 4S4
do preferred ... SO0 101& 101
Am Smelt & Ref. ,2,3lio 851, tjl
do preferred ... 300 102hi 10u lli2
Jm nugar iter... joo l 1JM
Am Tobacco pf...
Anaconda Mln Co.
do preferred . . .
Atl Coast Line...
Bait & Ohio ....
1U0 Z ',, V2i
Brook Rap Trail .
Canadian Pacific.. 1,900 171
do preferred . . .
Central of N J..
Ches 9l Ohio 1,200
Chicago Gt West. 1.000 138
C, M & St Paul. 23,000 .4i
C. c, C at St L. . 100
Colo Fuel sV Iron 40.000
Colo & Southern.. 3.8"0
do 1st preferred. 2o0
03 1, 63
do 2d preferred. 1O0' 18',
Consolidated Gas. 18 -111) 146
Corn Products .
Del A Hudson..
D R Grande.
Distillers' Securi. 3.70O
do 1st preferred.' 1,600
do 2d preferred.
Gt Northern pf..
Gt Northern Or,..
Illinois Central ..
136 14 139 4
do preferred . . .
do preferred ...
Iowa Central ....
K C Southern ...
do preferred . . .
Lout, A Nashville
Minn ft St Louis.
M. St P ft 8 S M.
1!. lusourl Pacific..
Mo. Kan & Texas 1,100 301,
do preferred . ...
National Lead ... 18.000 85
N Y Central 1.000 M4-
N T. Ont & w est
Norfolk & West.
Pftfffic Mall ....
Pennsylvania 6,300 122
p r n A- st L
Pressed Steel Car. 200
Pullman Pal Car..
Rv steel Soring.. 1.000
Reading 19,100 128
do preferred ... 600" 78 H
Rock Island Co.. 1.2"0 18
An preferred ... 10..HH1 Kii4
St L & 8 F 2 pf. 1,000 27
St L Southwestern
An TM-prerrea ... .....
74,600 104 100
do preferred . .
11IO 11 11
do preferred ..
Tenn Copper . . . .
TVa Jlr Pacific.
Tol, St L & West 2lO
do preferred ... i.hhf
Union Pacific .. 2.500 15 154
do prererrea .... "
U S Rubber zoo
do 1st prererrea.
U S Steel 8.000
do prererrea ...
TTth CoDDer ....
An nrerarrea ...
do preferred ... 3,v
Westinghouse Eleo l.ino
Western union ... wv
n-Vui M, T. ITrle.
Wisconsin. Central. 1.700 28 284
le, for the day. 1,017,800 shares..
NEW YORK. Sept. 24. Closing quotations:
U. S. ref. 2s reg.104 D ft R G 4s.... 9j
do coupon 104 K Y C G 3... 91
U 8 3s reg . . . 11 North Pacific 3s. 73
do' coupon lOl North Pacific 4s. 102
V S new 4s reg.121 South Pacific 4s. 01
A n eouoon
J 1 7S J L' 11 iwii xr.t,, 7" -
Atchison adj 4s. 93
jwtscon Cent 4s. 86
Moner Exchange, Etc
NEW YORK. Sept. 24. Mcney on sail,
easv 11 per cent; time loans, very dull
and heavy: 60 days. 2 2 per cent; 90
days. 3 per cent; six months, 3 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. 44 per cent.
Sterling exchange, weak and steadier at
$4 8493 4.8.705 for 60-day tills, and at
$4 8640 tor demand. Commercial bills,
Bar silver. 51.
Mexican dollars. 45c. .......
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds,
S A V FRANCISCO, Sept. 24. Bar silver,
Mexican dollars, nominal.
Drafts, sight, 10 Der cent.
Eastern Mining Stock,.
BOSTON, Sept. 24. Closing quotations:
Adventure ..$ 8 00 Mont C ft C 4500
Allouex 34 00 Old Dominion 40.50
Aliouiri .-. v
Amatcamated 73.75 Osceola ...
Atlantic 16.02 Parrot ...
Bingham ... 50.00 jQuincy ...
Cal & Hecla,. 630.00 shannon ..
centennial . . 30.50 Tamarack
CooDer Range 73.50 Trinity
t opper nanism i.v
Daly West... 85 12 United Copper 10.75
L. S. Minlnr.. 39.00
Granby 98 ou
Isle Rovale.. 2002
Mass. Mining 6.00
U. S. Oil 23.73
n'innna . - .1 .1(1
Mohawk 32 00 1
Wolverine . . . 1S7 00
NEW YORK. Sept. 24. The tin market
was higher In London, with -spot at 132
7s 6d. and futures at fl34- Locally the
r,ri wm higher, the market closing firm
at 20. 05 (S 29. 25c.
Copper advanced to nw iur puv, iu
16s 3d for futures In the London market.
The local market was quletand unchanged
Wlin UKfl tiui'it-u a . . ...
trolytlc at I3.00a 13.23c and casting St
Lead was lower at 13 In London. The
local market remained dull at 4-47?
Spelter was unchanged at 18 12s 6d in
London, and at 4.72ig'4.72c locally.
Standard foundry iron was higher at 50,
2d In the London market, but Cleveland
warrants were unchanged at 61, 6d. Ihe
local market was uncnangea.
AT THE HOTKLS.
The Portland A. F. Mitchell. J. D.
Xebenaahl. New York: P. A. Stewart. St.
Paul; Mrs. D. W. Gage, Miss GageA New
xork; J. c. H. Ferguson, fcan rTancisco: r.
J.eeoermaund, Chicago; a. sr. btone ana wire,
San Francisco: D. Beer. Z. A. Oppenhelmer.
New York: M. F. Lucas. Chicago: E. V. Piatt,
New Tork; W. W. White. W. D. White, Wor
cester: Mr. and Mrs. Whitson, S. J. Whit
ten. Kansas City; A. K. P. Barman, San
Francisco: T. C. Ills, Philadelphia; r . J.
Hard, Eugene; A. F. -Lenning and wife, J.
M. Levy. Mrs. A. B. Towle. Seattle; T. J.
i-onray. K. a. aiattDey. ban rrancisco: n. a.
Neustadter, New Tork; J. S. King. San Fran
cisco: D. W. MurDhv. Los Angeles: C v
Armes. Jr.. Oakland; H. H. Scovell, San
Franclco: J. O.'Neill. New York: J. D. Isaacs,
San Francisco: William Jackson, Philadelphia:
S. G. McLean. G. Mitchell, A. Kunkele, New
Tork; R. C. Bryant. J. hi. BrecKennage, Bos
ton: William M. Steele and wife, Mrs. M.
E. Roush. Long Beach; A. A. seaver ana wire,
J. W. Heywood. New Tork; G. H. Cooper,
Boston: J. J. Valentine. San Francisco: Mrs.
G. C. Flavel. H. B. Stettem. Astoria; W.
B. McLeod. Astoria; w. D. flue and wire,
Buffalo; Mrs. C. H. Collender, D. Ames, As
toria; C. C. Lon and wife, Kansas City: Mr.
and Mm. R. Horst San Francisco: W. D.
Clark. Kansas, Cltv: C. H. Cooper. Helena:
P. Berkman. Seattle: F. H. Livingston and
wife, Mrs. H. C. Dlthman. Miss C. E. Dith-
man, San fTanclsco; M. J-.. ou, new iuii..
Miss H. McCahle. H. L. Ralston. Seattle: W.
L. Martin and wife. F. H. Caldwell. San
FmtiHwi- h V. Rdlnburs. New York: t.
H. Taylor. Seattle; E. L. Holllngman and
wife. Itidon: A. H. Edwards, Los Angeies;
MiB K. ntimhn Taeoma: R. W. Gillette. San
Francisco: C. M. Stern, and wife, Kansas
Cltv: M. O. Nichols. San Franciiico; J
Chambers. Chicago; G. Hall. W. H. Barnes,
Kansas City: L. S. Thomas and wife.
Painler; W. C. Calder. Baker City; B. Lin
.nw,nr Axtnrla- A. J. stelnman. Ban Fran
cisco; J. C. Aubln. G. N. R. Obensaix. Bos
ton; F. L. Henderkoper, Washington; L.
Hlrsch. J. S. Murphy, San Francisco; F.
Hall. New York: l waiaer, uaser vn, .
P. Merrard. W. E. Hamilton, San Francisco.
The Oregon FV W. Stousler. Pennsyl
vania: M. G. Bucksbaum. Chicago; J. W.
Morton, Leslie Morton. Hood River: J. L.
Damon, Seattle: D. A. Madison and wife.
Harry Madison. Salem: Mrs. N. D. Keep
haven. Lebanon; David Rogers and wife,
Renttin' w. c Ttimhnri. Warrenton: Wal-
ter M. 'Pierce. Hot Lake; C. K. Deneffo,
Joe Geddes. Baker City; E. J. Ferguson,
J. N. Griffin and son. J. K. Hlgglns. J. T.
Ross. Astoria: J T. Rait and wife, city;
H. H. Gramps, Minneapolis; Mrs. . A. P
Walker. Alfalfa: Mrs. A. E. Oajrwln. Kelso;
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis, Rainier; E. Curtis, Ala
meda: Mrs. Donohue. Seattle: H. Van Or-
den. JaDan: F. J. Clifton and wife. Sacra
mento; B. W. Johnson. Corvallls. F. M.
Mason. F. A. Richard Seattle: M. J. Cor
wln, San Francisco; W. S. Bul-rlss. Chicago;
D. M. Stuart. D. N. Stuart. Astoria: J. M.
Boyer, Chicago; J. T. Tomley, Dufur: Mrs.
H. M. Morratt. coirax: jas. umytn. ppo
kane; Frank Underwood and wife, Bpeka;
J. W. Settlemlre. woodbum: Lynn ti. Fer
guson and wife. Newberg; Flora McCal-
lon. Claris cochren. Dallas: Chas. Mlcneji,
Medford; H. K. Dcut, E. W. Dutton. Seat
tle: W. D. Trueblood. St. Louis; H. sa.
StackDOle. Eugene: C. W. Smith. Kltchlkan
Edward Stelp. Chicago; E. D. Daly. R. D.
Riley, 6eattle: M. L. Janett. Alderson;
David Anad. Atchison; F. A. Rlechart,
Sacramento: M. W. Hauck. Taeoma: M. r.-
Welch. Hood River; B. Barthell. Chicago;
G. W. Dorman. Seattle; Horace Walker,
Pendleton; J. w. Richards. J. F. Flynn,
M. A. Rawson. A. O. Peterson. Seattle: E.
J. Clough. Arlington; J. B. Eastner and
wife. Hood River; E. L. Wheeler and wife,
San Francisco; W. W. Watson, Seattle; A.
D. Temple. San Francisco.
The Imperial A. A. Ames. Mrs. Ames.
The Dalles; John Adair, Astoria; G. H. Kelly
and wife, Eugene; J. H. Cockran, Medford;
Mrs. Trail. Los Angeles: Walter Stachle.
Oakland; Mrs. M. C. FIndley. Grants Pass;
tj. . John and wire, St. Helens: J. v.
John, St. Helens: M. J. Graydon; C. B.
Drlscoll, O. W. Wolfe. Butte; J. C. Currln,
Salem; G. L. Ree, and wife. Cottage Grove;
D. J. Du Brullle. Cottage Grove: F. A. Tripp.
Eugene: F. W. Thackeray, San Jose; Jack
Meldrlck. Canyon City: D. P. Ketchum. The
Dalles; R. Mayhue, The Dalles: Dot Damy.
Boise; J. H. Lewis and wife. Clatekanie: M.
H. Horton. C. L. Reed. Burns; Mrs. Water
house. Clatsop: R. C. Day. La Grande; H. B.
McLean, Wallowa; R. W. Brown, Drusey;
F. B. Phillips and wife. Cottage Grove; F.
J. Hurd. Bohemia; P. W. Ford. Tillamook;
F. W. Slsco. Raymond; E. E, Redfleld,
Springfield, Mass.; D. L. Wehrd and wife,
Peoria: W. S. Yoachan and wife. Home Val
ley; H. T. Blackwell: C. A. Buckley, Grass
Valley: W. A. Campbell. Condon; Mrs. Ida
H. V&ughn, The Dalles: E. C. Calloway. Spo
knae; E. C. McEUigott. lone: J. C. Kinsman.
Pasadena: J. S. Cooper. Independence; John
A. Carson and wife, Salem; M. Walker, city.
The Perkins I E. Laurence and wife.
Camden: J. Murphy, city; C. G. Scott. Jef-
fetBon; J. Burkholder, Carson City; W. A.
Richland and wife. Balem: Mrs. D. Airth,
Bridal Veil; M. E. Coe. McMlnnvllle; R. S.
Oilman, Montreal; E. Potter, Salem; W, E.
Stlnson,- Amity; T. R. Eastman, Walla
Walla; J. T. Kerr, Corvallls; E. B. Root,
Los Angeles: M. Earlwood, Sllverton; J.
F. Frost. Spokane; C. W. Barr, Astoria: S
S. Bailey, Albany; E. J. Montague, Arling
ton; E. B. Ouldrich, Pendleton: P. H.
Honlr. Taeoma: Mrs. E. E. Estes. Mrs. O. B.
Clstes. Astoria; Miss Francis Estes, Astoria;
E. Straube and wife, A. Straube, Boyd; W.
H. Arbuckle and- wife, city: Ada Lowney,
Dallas; J. Erickson and wife, Astoria:
Miss L. Reed, Warrenton; A. C. Richie and
wife. Anacortes; T. C. Avary. Stevenson: G.
M. Kempfer, S. L. Hays and wife. Hllls-
boro; L. E. McKee. Goldendale; S. ' Carr,
San Francisco: Wesley, Scio; J. Horan,
Max Golder, San Francisco: W. E. Forsyth,
Castle Rock: S. Pall, W. B. Matheson,
Portland; A. W. August, Hillsboro; E.
Palmberg, Astoria; W. S. Young, Steven
son; A. S. Edwards, Stevenson; J. F. Ryan,
Seattle: J. W. Anson, L. A. Baker, Chicago:
C. D. Emahouer, Omaha; E. B. Querk, St.
Joe; C. A. Pltuhohn, New York: A. L. Jor
dan. Los Angeles; C. C. Covey, Warm
Springs: J. M. Levy. Seattle: W. W. TJlrey
nd wile. Etnei uroms. Dallas: A. rl.
Moore. Miss Gearhart. Seattle; F. Fry and
wife. Spokane: M. W. Oglesby. Cottage
Grove. Fred Houchen, Cathlamet; Dr. A.
G. Prill. Scio; Mrs. C. D. Bernard, Fossil;
C. Caples and wife. Miss C. Jounson. Miss
W. McMahon, Winnipeg; Mrs. J. C. Jensen,
Stella: Pete Comacho and wife. Mrs. Lilly
and sister, Yacolt; C. B. Merrick, city; J. J.
La Fleur and wife. Kelso: fj. G. Eubank.
W. Spring. Pasco; J. C. Weseott, Taeoma:
c. a. .nutt ana wire, ADeraeen; jaeivin
Purvine and wife. Goldendale: S. J. Beck,
Lexington: E. E. Kaseberg and wife. C. W.
Johnson. Wasco; H. Scott, Hood River;
Cora Wilks, Mrs. H. stokes. Fossil.
St. Charles W. M. Mullen. A. C. Mullen.
Bcotts Mills: J. Wregal. The Dalles: R. Eis-
ley. M. Kelrlck, Seattle: R. D. Allen. Charles
Babb. Vancouver: H. M. Wade. H. Ziegler.
Grass Valley: C. J. Llttlepage. Mosier: D.
J. Selbert. Newberg: Walter Gould, Charles
F. Stowe. Seattle: D. J. Stewart. Gresham:
C Wallace. C. Conrad, Woodland; George W.
Wicks. Salem: Blanchle Whittlngs, Ruby
Whittinea. The Dalles: M. R. Lynch. Hall:
J. J. Jacobs. L. J. Malstod. Rldgefleld: R.
J. Duncan. Skamokawa: B. C. Wright, city:
Angle Mury. c. s. Mcvay. G. M. Lingel and
Wife. Newberg: J. A. McCoy, Salem: C. B.
McBlathney. - Sllverton; James M. Van Dyne,
Portland: W, Flood. Wkausa; Mrs. ra. E.
Walar. Rainier; W. T. Kerr. Coauille: S.
Matheney. Gaston: L. A. Lowe. Bull Run;
Pay Patton, James Coats, Hillsboro: J. E.
Plnault, city; C- A. Keeney. Newberg: Bll
Rockey. Bay Center; E. Black, Goble; C. A.
Witt, N. H. Price, Troutdale: W. T. Oakley
and wife. Camas; Thomas Black, h. Black,
McMlnnvllle: M. J. Farlngton. Butler; H.
R. Murry. Glenwood: J. W. Nightengale and
family; Molalla.; T. W. Sink and wife. Wasco;
E. L. Delano. Momona: S. C. Wright, city;
J. D. Wlleon Yoncalla; B5. Plauton, Newport;
A. J. McConnell. Boston: Marguerite Kelley.
Pearls Kelley. North Cove: W. Doyle. Wed
derburn: W. H. Patterson. G. K. Walker and
wife. The Dalles; J. D. Wilson, Yoncalla; G.
H. Taber. citv: J. B. Duller, wife and child.
Coquille: C. E. Broadbent. Myrtle Point: J.
E. Glorle. Ray Fleming, W. H. GrosB. Gold
Hill; Ross S. Watson, A. Dunn, E. Mathiot,
Dayton: Miss J. Vdey, Troutdale: Henry Clan
field. Bert Clanfleld. Dallas: H. G. Hayes.
Heponer: Mrs. Macfierce, tiranui -aas; j.
B. Wlest. Kalao.
The rwnellnii C. E. Stone. M. Hull, city:
Rodney N. Allabach. city; W. B. Schlngotf.
Mm. W. E. Schlngofl, Astoria; Charles
Flelden, Ft. Louis; Miss C. hi. Fleiaen. uni-
oaro:F. B. Carter. Chicago: H. P. Hlldreth,
E. Coolldge, lnus Adams. Beaitie; w.
wrietit ana wire, union: jaiss noimes. As
toria: Miss Helen McCabe, H. Smith. Seattle-
w. M Oenn. Pittsburg: G. F. Holmes.
Carrollton: Mable Adams, city; G. B. Like,
Chicago: William Harris, t-ieveiana; . ej.
r-nmli.n-k u B. Horn. Mr. Sherman. George
Meyers. John Morris. W. H. White. San
Francisco: J. W. Wilson and wife. Spokane;
j. f. Riley and wife, Raymond; Edward
Zlmm. New .York.
The Dunmoore B. VanDusen. Astoria;
Mrs. A. W. Elkins, San Francisco; N.
Hnwe. New York: u. w. ntuart. u. IN
Stuart. Miss H. Hollis, Dr. Furton, Astoria;
V. w Woodward and wife. Seaside: G. W.
Blaine and wife. Oakland: F. W. Franz and
family, Sioux City; L. Wantnick, Seattle:
W B. Robins, San Francisco: P. W. Peg
ron, Chicago; F. J. Fitzsimmons, San Fran
cisco; C. E. Miller, wewxon; j. ts. noason.
citv: Mrs. Eliza Klipper. Canby: J. J. Reed
and wife. Taeoma; J. W. veper. V.anton;
J. L. Turner. Astoria; W. S. Barton and
wife. "V. R. Brewer and wife, fit. Paul; E.
J Houston and wife. Carson; Mrs. H. An
drews, cltv; Miss Short. W. Short, city:
A. H.Rumilng. Taeoma: C. V. Frazer and
wife. Eureka: G. F. Read. New York: L. F.
Gross. Lo, Angeles: R. Williams, city.
The Nortonia H. W. Rogers, San Fran
cisco; Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Cammotte. R. A.
Wiley. Aberdeen; W. S. Haney. Cleveland;
Mr and Mrs. P. C. Chalmer, Seattle; Mr.
and Mrs. E. Miller and daughter, Llgarry;
R. Miller. Seattle: H. Dunlap, Chicago; G.
Arthur, an Francisco: D. R- Wilkes. Los
Angeles: Mrs. N. A. Taylor, Butte; C H.
Blum. Grants Pass; Mr. and Mrs. G. H.
Cleves. Omaha; R. B. Bills, Forest Grove;
C. G. Sanders, Clinton; Mr. and Mrs. L. Jfl.
Wllule, New York.
ADVANCE IS STEADY
Wheat Prices Working Toward
REACTIONS ARE SLIGHT
Reduction of Acreage in the South
west Argentine Shipments Are
Light Bullish Tone in
Corn and Oats.
CHICAGO, Sept. 24 With the exception
of a drop of about s from the opening
bulge, wheat sold on a jauntily advancing
market, ma reactions were slight and of brief
duration. Considerable long wheat was dis
posed of on the theory that the pall of bullish
smoke was not entirely justified by the Are
under It. A Southwestern crop observer tele
graphed that rain or no rain, the wheat acre
age of Kansas, Oklahoma and Southern Mis
souri would b reduced anywhere from 16
to 25 per cent. Argentine shipments were
The trade in com was light but the tone of
the market was distinctly firm. Indication, are
that the market was oversold several days ago,
and short, showed a disposition to get on th,
same aide of their- trade. In this they were
encouraged by the strength of the cash mar
ket and threatening weather In Montana with
prospect, of snow In that section.
The oats market was bullish but steady in
sympathy with the surrounding strength. December-
closed o over yesterday at 94
Provision, were quiet -and steady. Closing
prices were unchanged to 2 points lower.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Close.
September .99 1.00 .89 1.00
December ... 1.00 1.01 l.oo 1.01
May 1.03 1.041)5 1.03 1.04
September ... .78i .78 . .78 .78
December ... .60 .66 .65 .66
May .65 .65 .64 .66
September ... .48 .48 .48 .48
December ... .49 .40 .49 .49
May 61 .61 .61 .61
October 16.27 16.20 19.00 15.25
January 16.82 16.85 16.80 16.82
May . 16.80 16.80 16.76 16.76
October . 10.20 1055 10.17 10.17
January 9.82 9.85 9.85 9.82
May , 8.85 9.87 9.86 9.87
Sept. and Oct. 8.82 8.85 T7 8 T7
January 8.82 8.82 8.80 8 SO
May 8.80 8.92 8.90 8.80
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. S, 96cS1.04;. No.-2 red, 1.00
Corn No. 2, T9S80c; No. 2 yellow, 79
Oats No.' 2. 48c; No. 2 white. 60c; No. Z
Rye No. 2, 7676c.
Barley Fair to choice malting. 6961c.
Flax seed No. 1, S1.1601.2S; No. 1 North
western, SI. 26.
Timothy seed Prime. $3.1533.25.
Clover Contract grades, 99.
Short ritM Side, (loose), 9.62gl0.
Pork Mess, per bbL, 115.37C9S15.50.
Lard Per 100 lbs., ,10.20.
Stdefi Short, clear (boxed), 10.00310.00.
Whisky Basto of high wines, $1.37.
Flour, bbls 37,000 37,000
w heat, bu 5L00O 24O.00O
Corn, bu 152.000 297,000
Oats, bu. 29,000 208.000
Rye. bu 6,000
Barley, bu. 234,000 34,000
' Grain at San Francisco.
. 8AN FRANCISCO. Sept. 24. Market firm.
Spot quotations -
Wheat Shipping, tl.65-Sl.6Ttf; milling, tl.70
Barley Feed, 11.311.35; brewing, 11.36
Oats Red. 11. 60S1.90; white. tl.80Ol.7S:
black, 12.4032.50. .
Wheat at Liverpool.
T.fVVROnnT. IL- . q, ,,-1 . .
ber, 7s 9d; 'December. 7s 8d; March,
7, 7d. Weather overcast.
- Wheat at Taeoma.
TACOMA. Sent. 24. Wbeat -Milling.
Bluestem. 94c: cluh. blln. wri an. G..nn.,'.
Bluestem, 92c; club, 88c; red. 86c.
REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS
Kordby-Craven Company to E. P.
Williams, ioi a, block 2, lAnn'M
Charles Hickethler and wife to H.
rion, iota 10, 17, biock 3, Gold
Joseph De Blond and wife to A
C. Gaines, lots 29, 30, 31, 32, block
2. Point View Addition tn sr inhn
Portland Realty & Trust Company
to Kobert Helnds at al, lota lit, 20,
21. block 5
W. H. Matthews and wife to Lillian
M. Hon: man, land In section 29, T.
1 8.. R, 4 E .
X. A. Patterson and ' wife to J. L.
Ledwldge, lot 24, block 1, Maple
Thomas F. Baylls and wife to Mary
irace rs ortnrup, lot o, block 4V,
E. W. Baug-hman and wife to Harriet
M. Lavlnger, south 100 feet of lot
2. block 9. Sunnyside Addition
George A. Agosti and wife to Gui
se ppe (Java Hero, lot 4, block 22,
Joseph Buchtel and wife to W. A.
Dempsey, lots 7. S, block 253 Hol
Aaron Goldstein and wife to Harriett
Simms, lot 13, block 24, Mt. Tabor
Security Savings A Trust Company,
trustee, w n. a mine, jot h, block
17. John Irving' First Addition..
A. I Reed to Nordby Lumber Co.,
lot 10, block 10, Dunn's Addition..
G. C. Gammans and wife to B. J.
Johnson ana wife, lot S, block 12-3,
Moore Investment Company to Bessie
Hiends, lot 17, block 87. Vernon..
Title Guarantee ft Trust Company to
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Private Wires ROOIDS 201 to 204, CCUCh BuUdlH
Harvey E. Prakes, lot 4, block 4,
West Piedmont 300
Moore Investment Company to Arba
Jl. Merrls, lot 7. block T3, Vernon 400
W. C. Alvord and wife to Sarah E.
Bradley, lots 11, 13, block 107, Irv
W C. Alvord and wife to Matilda
Akin, lot 7, block 107. Irvlngton.-. 1.250
W. C. Alvord and wife to John P.
McEntee, lots 11, 12, block 90.
Otto J. Kraeraer to J. X- Coghlan,
undivided one-bail of south half of
southeast quarter of section 14,
T. I N.. R. 1 W .500
J. S. Carlson and wife to Henry Kane,
lot 8. block 1, Mildred Addition to
Ellis G. Hughes and wife to Minnie J.
Washerman, lots 3. 4, block 62,
B. O'Shea and wlf, to T. P. Mc
Inerney, 6 acres In sectioa 20, T.
1 8.. R. 2 E 10
Martin Sattler and wife to Axel Peter
son and wlf. lot, 7 and 8, block IS,
H. S. Stone and wife to O. H. Jen
kins. 1.26 acre in Sec. 28, T. 1 X.,
R. 2 E 250
Ernstlne A. Wohlam to George H.
Jett, lot 7,. block , 'VYoblam'a
Robert EX Myers and wife to C. A.
Reichen. lot 5. block 41, Sellwood.. 1.000
P. R. Salway and wife to Norman R.
Land's, lot 11, block 4, Evanston.. 1
X. P. Noren and wife to Frank L
Duke, lot 9. Arvldson's subdivision
ot block 18. North St. John S50
Th, Ladd Estate Co. to J. W. Stevens
and wife, lot 5, block 6, Bluraaper'a
William Abemethy and wife to A. E.
Gantenbeln, block 25, McMillan',
Andrew Brugger and wife to August
Specht. 70xlu0 feet in X. W. 54 of
Sec. 10. T. 1 S., R. S-B 1,000
Moore Investment Co. to T. AD. Ricks
et al., lot 8, block 16, Vernon 450
C. W. Davis and wife to P. R. Sal
way, lot 11, block 4, Evanston.... 850
Mary A. Kllllon to B. E. Wright,
east H of lota 1, 2, 3 and 4, block
13, Hawthorne-Avenue Add 1
Harry P. Ball and wife to Frank W.
Osburn et al.. lots 25. 28. 29. 32. 33,
36, 3T. 40, 41, 42. 43 and 44, block
6. Smlthson Land Co.', Add 3,500
Warren E. Thomas and wife to John
H. Krieger, lot 13, block 7, Lincoln
George K. Hill to Minnie L. Hill, 40x
100 feet beginning at point In west
line of Twelfth street 150 feet south
from Intersection with south line of
Main street 10
H. R. Llttlefleld and wife to James
H. Abrey et al., 10 acres beginning
at X. E. corner of Sec 4, T. 1 6.,
R. 2 E 8,500
H. R. Llttlefleld and wife to Emma A.
and James H. Abrey, lang beginning
at N. E. corner of Sec. 4, T. 1 S..
R. 2 E 1
Investment Co. to Jos. H. Perens, lots
6. 6, T and 8, block 12, Irvington
Investment Co. to Edwin H. Bellows,
lots 10, 12. 14, 16 and 18, block 16,
Irvington Park 700
Weet St. John Land Co. to Jos. Mc
Kee, lot 11. block 4. Whltwood Court 300
B. H. Bobbins to C. V. Wflloughby.
lots 9 and 10, block II, Albina
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Functional derangement, such as premature loss
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Ticket office and waiting-room Secoad
and Washington streeta
A. M :ir. 6 50. 7:23. 8:00. 8: S3.
9-10. 9:60. 10:80. 11:10, 11:8a
P. M. 12:30. 1:30. 1:50. 2:80. 8:19.
8:60, 4:80, 5:10. 0.30, 8:30. 7:05, 7:40.
8:15. 8:25. 10:S5". 11:45.
Ob Third. Monday In Every Momta
(be Last CasELeaves at 70S P. M.
Dally except Sunday. Dally except
COOS BAY LINE
The steamer BREAKWATER leave Port
land every Wednesday it 8 F. M. from Oak
treet dock, for North Bend, Marshfleld and
Cooe Bay points. Freight recelred till 4 F.
M on day ot selling;, passe ner far, first
class, $10; seoond-olasa, fT. including berth
and meals. Inquire city ticket office. Third
and Wasnlnaton streets, or Oak-street dock.
North Pacific S.S. Co's. Steamiblp
RoanoJad and Geo. W. Elder
Sail for Eureka, San Francisco and
Los Angeles direct every Thursday
at 8 P. M, Ticket office 132 Third
St., near Alder. Both phones, AL
1314. IL Young, Agent.
BAN FRANCISCO PORTLAND B. 8. CO.
Only lirect Steamer, and layllght Sailings.
From Ainsworth Sock. Portland. 8 A. at.:
S. S. Rose City. Sept. 26, Oct. 10.
S. 8- State of California, Oct. 8.
From Lombard St., San Francisco, 11 A. it.:
5. S. State of California. Sept. 26, ,to.
6. S. Ross City, October 8, 17.
J. W. RANSOM. Dock Agent.
Main 268 Ainsworth Dock.
M. J. ROCHE, Ticket Agent, 142 Sd 8t
Phone Main 402. A 1402,
Fast 8tamr Bail,, Uataart.
Round Trips to Th, Iialles Week Daya, E
cept Friday, Leav, 7 A. M.
Round Trips to Cascade Locks Sunday.
Leav, 9 A. M.
DALLES CITV AND CAPITAL CITT
Maintain dairy service to Th, Dalle except
Sunday, calling at all way landings (of
(rslgbt and passenger,. Lsav, t A. If.
Phone Mala 914. A 8113.
Empress Line of the Atlantic
Low rates, fast time, excellent service. Ask
any ticket agent for particulars pr write.
F? R. Johnson. P. A 143 Third Street,
FOR A COMPLETE CURE IX ANT SIM
PLE, UNCOMPLICATED DISEASE.
EXAMINATIONS AND ADVICE FREE.
The Leadina; Specialist.