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THE MORNING OREGOXIAX, TUESDAY, NOVE3IBER 10, 1908.
EXPORT HOP FLURRY
Market Excited by Buying ior
STARTED BY KOLA NEIS
Jlort I Paid to Be Trying to Clean
Out the Independence Section.
Riftgs Makes Offers at
An eipnrt flurry appear to have struck
the hop market and the trade looks for In
teresting developments In the nes.1 few
daya The announcement In The Sunday
Oregonlsn that Kola Nels. of Salrm. a well
known exporter, had received and was All
in English orders, added to the bullish
feeling In tha country that ha. existed for
aereral week.. It has been apparent to
verrona that the market waa In uch
poaltlon that a spurt of English buying
would unquestionably .tlmulale values.
That an esreedtngly Wrong undertone pro
valla la hown by the fact that dealers
found It almost Impossible to buy yesterday,
notwithstanding full prices were bid.
Report, from independence declared that
tha E. C. Horat company waa in tha market
strong and offering cent, for everything
choice In that .ectlon. It waa believed that
Hor.t iu trying to clean out the entire
district. T. A. Klgga. another export buyer,
made offer, of t4 cent, at McMlnnvllle.
Tha atrength of tha foreign market waa
ahown by tha Aaaorlated Tree, quotation
yesterday on Pacific Coast hop. at London
of 45 to 60 .hillings, aa compared with the
quotation of 40 to 50 .hilling, la.t week.
1'eeterday'e London price waa equal to 6.
to eenta here. In spite of tha advance
ahown by tha preaa cable, the following
bearish cable waa aent by Deneken ac Co
ot London, to laaac Plncus Son., of
Tacoma: "Tha market continue. In very de
pressed condition. Have a very poor opin
ion of the near future of English market.
ADVANCE IX Bl'TTEB MARKET.
Top Grade of City Creamery Quoted at
Some of tlx) city creameries advanced
their butter quotations yesterday to S4
cents and othera will follow today. The
city make la small and aa the aupply of
Eastern butter la well cleaned up llw lo
cal market responds to the strength In the
Eggs were active, but continued weak,
as a result of the over-aupply of Eastern
atock. and no recovery la looked for until
thla supply of Eastern eggs is considerably
Poultry receipts were light and prices
were unchanged. A alight Improvement In
the demand waa reported.
GRATES SF.IX AT WT1IF PRICE..
Car Jf Navel Orange Cleans I p Quickly.
Fin Bananaa Received.
A ahlpment of about 4"0 cratea of Cali
fornia grapea waa received yesterday and
they met with a strong demand at v?ry
stiff prices. Up to II 75 waa realised on
the beat Tokays snd other varletlea moved
at $l.:5il.S0. There waa also an active
Inquiry for oranges. A car arrived In the
forenoon and cleaned up before evening.
Four cara of bananas were received In fine
Vegetables sold well at ateady to firm
prices. A car of aweet potatoes waa re
ceived. FIRST SESSION MERCHANTS EXCHANGE
Will Open Business aa a Spot Grain Mar
The Merchants Exchange waa moved
yesterday from Its old quarters In the Lum
ber Exchange bull. ling to a more convenient
location In the Board of Trade building.
Sample tables and other necessary equip
ment for a cash grain market have been
(provided and everything Is now In readi
ness for the Inauguration of the new fea
ture. The first session of the exchange as a
regular grain market will be held at 11:10
Jt M. today and the local trade will be
WHEAT FIRM AT LAST PRICES.
Mac Activity Im the local Barley Market.
The wheat market waa quiet yesterday,
tout a very firm tone prevailed. Liverpool
cables ahowed an advance of d while
cargoea were quoted 3d higher. Local prices
were unchanged from Saturday. There waa
considerable activity In barley and the mar
ket waa quoted strong. The feeling In the
oata market was Arm. Hay waa steady -In
spite of large recelpta
Local recelpta. for tha past two days, aa
reported by the Merchants Exchange were:
Wheat. 3 IT cars; oats, o cars; barley. 29
cara; flour. 28 cars; hay. 36 cara.
Advance In Unseed Oil.
A new card issued by the Portland Lln
eed Oil Works yesterday quoted an ad
vance In Unseed oil. the new price, being
s?2 cents for raw In cases and 64 centa for
feolled In cases.
Clearings of the Northwestern cities yes
terday were aa folluws:
Fortland I1.S40.I4 1 1 S. 2 1 T
attlo 1.7.-.:t7 151 027
4" aroma 9.V4f4 .".277
fcposana 1.414..12S 153.0U3
Grain, Floor. Feed. Eta.
WHEAT niuestem. P4c; club. 00c:
fife. R0c; red Russian. 87c; 40-fold, 90c:
rtARI.ET Producers' prices: Feed. $25.30
21 per ton: hrewinir. $27.
OATS Producers' prices: No. X white. $30
j rtl per ton. rrav. $2Vtr::0.
FLOL'R Patents. 14 SO per barrel;
straights, $3 si: exports, 11.70; Valley. 4 45;
a -sack graham. $4.40; whole wheat, $4 63;
MILX8TUFFS Bran. $2650 per ton; mid
dling.. $33; short., country. $31; city. $30:
1'. s. mt.l chop. $22; rolled barley. $27.3ug
" HAT Timothy. Willamette Valley. $14
f-r ton: Willamette Valley, ordinary. $11;
Eastern Oregon. $ ltt.k-li 17.30; mixed. $13;
clever. $0: alfalfa. $14: alfalfa meal. $10.
Vegetables and Fruit.
FRESH FRUIT Apples. SOc$2 per
box: poaches. Sdci91 )er box; pears. 75cty
$1.23 per box: grapes. $l.23nl."3 per crate;
local concords. I'J-nlAc pr half basket:
bu. kleberrles. 12So Ih. : quinces. $1 ft 1.23
yer rot: cranberries. $:t.r)tj 12 .""i per barrel;
casahas. ?t-c per jouncl: bpanish Malaga
g rs p-s. $7 Ji 7 To per hiirrel.
POTATOES Buying price. SOeeilOO per
rmr.lrrrt: sweet pot:"1.. 14iti2Vc per lb.
TROPICAL FRl'ITS Oranges. navels.
13. SO box: Valencia, late.. S I Q S box ; lemons,
fancy. $4. 6it; $3-"0 per box: choice. $u.oui?4.O0;
standard. $2 7. per box; grapefruit. $4tr.w0
per box; bananas. 5c per pound; pome
granates. $1 300 2 per box; pineapplea, $2't7
S . per dtxe:i.
oxioxs Oregon. lM0trl2S per 1"0 lbs.
ROOT EOKT ABLZS Turnlpa. $1.23 par
suck: carrots. $1: parsnips. 12."; beets.
$1?.' horseradish. K'il2'-sc per pound.
VEGETABLES Artichokes. II per dog.;
boans. or per pound caMage. 1 n 2c per
j'Ound: cauliflower. .W, $1 per dcxen: cel
ery. 4O0 7&C per dozen; cucumbers, ft per
box: egg plane 12 per crate: lettuce.
"V6$l per b-ot; par:ey. lie per dozen; peas,
loc per pound: peppers. Ilc per pound;
ruTtpktns. In I lc per pound; radishes.
ZHc per dozen: aplnach. Jc per pound;
sprouts. loc per pour.rt: squash, 10
ger pound, tomatoes. 30cfj$l.
Dairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER City creamery, extras, 3u&Jtc;
Sc per J
1 astern. J
fancy outside creamery. 32ViC33c
wound: store. 17 820c.
LUGS Oregon selects. 87 lie:
2 7 t " : c per dozen.
POULTRY Hens, lie per .
Innit. Ilo- ducks, old. 12C13VC.
vouna.' 14 l.V: gee. old. 8 10c. young.
a.i.... i.i.b.tl 17til8c
CHEESE Fsncy cream twlna. 15e
pound; full cream trlp.ets. 13c; full c
xour.g America, loc.
VEAL Extra. fUje per pound;
nary. 727Ve; hoary. Bo.
PORK Fancy. ic per pound; I
BACON Fancy. 'ic per pound: standard.
20c; choice. 10c; English. 17l&c; atrlpa,
Dry SALT CURED Reguiar short clears,
dry salt 12c; smoked, lac; short clear
ba'ks. heavy, dry aalted. 11c; smoked. 12c;
cre;on exports, dry salt. 13c; smoked. 14c-
HAMS 10 to 13 Iba. 15Vc; 14 to 16 Iba.
!,.. IS to 20 lb... lSc; ham., skinned.
l.-.'c' picnica 10c; cottage roil. 11c; shoul
ders. 11c; boiled ham, 22c; boiled picnic
LARD Kettle-rendered: Tlercea. lSUc:
tubs. 13Hc: 3"s. 13Vc; 20s. ISSc; 10s. 14o;
5s. I4c: 3s, line. Standard pure:
Tierces. 1214c; tubs. 12Vic; Sua, iae; 20s.
12Sc; 10. 13c; 5s, 13 Wc. s. 13 Uc Com
pound: lierces. be; tubs, otace, 50s. ic;
Sus, 8c; 10s. Sc: 6s. Sc-
SMOKED BEE' Beef tongues, each, TOo;
dried beef sets, l3c; dried beef outsldea,
13c; dried beef lnsioss, ISo; dried beef
PICKLED GOODS Barrels: Pigs feet.
$13: regular tripe, $10; honeycomb trloe.
$12- pigs' tongues, $19.50: lambs' tongues,
MESS MEATS Beef, specials. $11 pec
barrel; plate. $14 per barrel; family. $14 per
barrel: pork. $21 per barrel; brisket. $24
per barrel: S P. beet tongues, $20; pig
uouts, $12 50; pig ears. $12.50.
Hope, Wool. Hides. Etc,
HOPS l'.Hio, choke, gogtsc; prime, 7
7-ic: medium., 5ViiJ0c per pound. lln)7, 3iv
sc. mini. 1 o 1 iic.
WOol. Eastern Oregon, average best. 1$
C14c per pound, according to shrinkage;
Valley. 13 o 16c.
MollAIK Choice. ISo per pound.
1UDE& I'ry clacs, ,o. ,. I3al5c pound;
dry kip. No. 1. 13c pound; dry calfskins
16c pound; salted hiaes. teia&oc pound.; sailed
calfskins. 12jsl3c pound; green, lc less.
FURS No. 1 skins: Bear skins, as te
sue. No. 1, each, 5'le. cuds, each. $19
8 badger, prime, each. 23 0 50c; cat. wild,
uh head perfect, 30f50c: house. 5920c;
fox, common gray, large prime, each. 40 9
Hoc red. each. $363; cross, each. $5015;
silver and black, each, $lO03O0; D hers,
each. $oeS lynx. each. $4.3006: mink,
atrictly No. 1. each, according to sise, $10
8- marten, dark northern, according to ataa
and color, each, $10015; marten, pale, ac
cording to alzs and color, each, $2.30 0 4;
muskrat, large, each. 12015c; akunk. each.
S0u:40c; civet or polecat, each. 5015c; otter,
for large, prima skin, each. $6010: panther,
with head and claws perfect, each. $293;
raccoon, for prime large, each. 500 (5c;
wolf, mountain, with head perfect, each,
$2 3003: prairies (coyote), e0c9$l-10;
wolverine, each, $69$.
CASCARA BARK Small lota. Zc: car lots,
c per pound.
Groceries, Dried Fruits. Etc.
DRIED FKCITS Apples. 7V.O per pound;
peaches. 11012toc; prunes. Italiana. 30
'4c; prunes, French. 345c; curranla, un
washed, cases. 9c; currants, washed, cases,
10c; flgs, while, Fancy. 50-pound boxes,
COFFEE Mocha, 34 028c: Java, ordin
ary 17 'a 20c; Costa Kica. fancy. 18 0 20a;
good. 16018c; ordinary. 12016c par pound.
ItlCE Southern Japan. 5ic; bead, 614
SALMON Columbia River, 1-pound talla.
$ per dozen; 2-pound talis. $2-U5: 1-pound
nats $2.10; Alaska pink, i-pound tails. 93c:
red. 1-pound tails. $1.45; sockeyes, 1-pound
"sTOAR Granulated, $6.25; extra C, $5.75;
golden C $5. ;S: fruit and berry sugar, $6.05;
plain bag $6.25; beet granulated. $6.05;
cube (barrels 1, $6.63; powdered (barrel).
$H 5 Terms: cn remittance within 13
days' deduct "4e per ponnd: if later than
15 days and within 30 days, deduct Ho
oer pound. Maple sugar. 130 18c per pound.
NUTS Walnuta, 14015c per pound by
sack; Brazil nuts. 16c; filberts. 16c; pecans,
l.c: almonda, 13 414c; chestnuts, Ohio.
2c- peanut, raw. tlSsC per pound;
roasted. 10c; plnenuts, 100 12v; hickory
nuts, loc; cocoanuta. 90c per dozen.
SALT Granulated. $14.30 per ton. $2 per
tale; half ground. 100 J. $10 per ton; 50s.
$10 30 per ton.
BEANS Smsll white. , Sue; large white.
4Uc; Umz. 3r: pink. 3!-c; bayou, 3fcc;
Mexican red, I1-'
LINSEED Raw. barrels. 56c; kettle
boilcrt. barrels. 3c; raw, cases, 2c; kettle
boiled, rates. 64c.
BENZINE V. M. and P. Naptha, cases,
ZO1,-; Iron barrels. 13?c.
COAL OIL Pearl and Astral oil. ca.ee,
14c per gallon; water white. Iron barrel.,
31c; Eocene and Extra Star. caws. 21Sc;
Headlight oil. casea, 2"c: iron barrels, 13c;
Elaine, cases. 2c.
OASOl.INE Union and Red Crown, bar
rels. 13 cases. 22 be- Motor, barrels,
KlSvc; cases. 'Jltc. 86 degrees, barrels. 30c;
cases. 37c. Engine distillate, barrets. Uc;
PORTLAVD LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Prices Carrrnt Locally on Cattle, Sheep and
There were moderate receipts of live
stock yesterday and the market held steady
at last week's prices. The weakest feature
was cattle, which have been depressed some
what by the arrival of rkurh Inferior stock
of late. Receipts yesterday were 220 cat
tle and HO hogs.
The following prices were current on live
stock In the local market yesterday:
CATTLE Best steers. $3 7304; medium.
$.12.", 8.30; common. $33.23; cows, best,
$2.75ri 3; medium. $2.5m 2.73; common, $20
2.50; calves. $3.5oj 4.50.
SHEEP Best wethers, $3.50; mixed. $3:
ewes. $2.505 2.75; lambs, best trimmed, $4
0 4.2.V untrlmmed. $3.5003.75.
HOCS Best. $696 25: medium, $5.-39
5.75; feeders, not wanted.
Eastern Livestock Markets.
OMAHA. Nov. . Cattle Receipts, 7000;
market, steady. Western s'.eera. $3,50 0 5.50;
Texas steers, ' $S'u 4 40: cows and heifers.
$2 3'j 4; cannera, $1,7582 0; stockers and
feeders. $2.rK)4i 5; calves, $305.75; bulla and
stags. $2 2.13.73.
Hogs Receipts. WW; market, 10W13C
lower. Heavy. $5.6.1 5.7.'.; mixed. $5 60
5.63: light. $.1.40'-r3.05; pigs, $3.5003; bulk
of sales." $3.6t'ii 0.70.
Sheep Receipts. 11.000; market steady.
Yearlings. $4. 2.1 5. wethers. $404.30; ewes.
$3 25'u4.15; lambs, $3.25ff6.
KANSAS CITT, Nov. 8. Cattle Receipts.
S2.0on; market. 106 15c lower, stockers and
feeders. X2.KO&4 .".O; bulls, $2.30 3.7.1 1
calves. $3..1O0 7: Western steers, $3.4005;
Western cows. $2.M04-2.Y
Hogs Receipts, 12.000: market, 10c
lower. Bulk of sales. $3.305 5. $5; heavy.
$.1 SO.YO.I; packers snd butchers. $5,600
5.01; light, .-..2.15.S0; pigs, $45.20.
Sheep Receipts. lo.OOO; market, 101115c
lower. Muttons. $3 75 if 4.50; lambs. $4,250
5 1H). range wethers. $3 6004.50; fed ewes,
CHICAGO. Nov. . Cattle Receipts. 33.
00O. market. 10 to 15 cents lower. Beees.
$3 4074.1; Texans. $3.5004 60: Western,
$3.2.1 ."i5: stockers and feeders $2,606 4.60;
cows and heifers, $1,600.12.1: calves. $608.
Hogs iiecelpts. about 60.000; market, 15o
lower. Light. $.1 l.".3.0; mixed, $.1.o0'9
6 10: heavy. $.1.3006 13; rougn. $5.3005.10;
good to choice heavv. $5.303'6.1.1: pigs,
$3 188.8.131.52; bulk of sales. $.1rtoj6.
Sheep Receipts, about 40.KIO; market,
2.1c lower. Natives, $2.50-&4..1O: Western,
$2.10u4.50. vearllngs. $4 2505.10; lambs,
$4 a 6.10; Western. $40 6.10.
NEW YORK. Nov. 9. There waa a sharp
advance in the London tin market, with
spot quoted at 141 15s and futures at
143 5s. The local market was firm and
higher with spdl quoted at 31.00 0 31.37 He.
Copper advanced to 64 17s "d for spot
and 64 15s for futures In London, lo
cally the market was strong and higher,
with lake quoted at 14. 37i 014.50c: elec
trolvtlc at 14.230 14. S"Vc; casting. 14.00
Iad advanced to 14 In London. The
local market was Arm and unchanged at
4.35 0 4.40c.
Spelter waa higher at 20 17s d In the
London market and at firm prlcea locally,
In London standard foundry was quoted
at 4?s 3d and Cleveland warrants at 60s
3d. The local market was unchanged. No.
1 foundry. Northern, 116. B0S 17.25; No. 2.
$1t.oo01.TS: No. 1 Southern and No. 1
Southern soft, $1.75 0 17.25.
rtrled Fruit at New York.
NEW TORS. Nov. 9. There Is a mod
erate demand for evaporated applee on spot,
while offerings are light and the tone of
the market Is steady to Arm. Fancy. 8tc:
choice. 7'if7s4c: prime, 6T407C: old crop,
4 0 6c according to grade.
Prunea are active, with quotations rang
ing frirn 4 to 13e for California and from
6' to 7c for Oregon fruit.
Apricots continue In fair demand with
prices firm. choice, RUftsCi extra choice,
S,nc: fsncy. 7101O'4C.
Peaches are In better demand and steadier
In tone, with choice quoted at 6ff7c; ex
tra choice. 7t,trSc: and fancy. SdfrHc.
Raisins are firm and some deslers are
asking higher prices on spot. Choice to
fancv seeded are quoted- at 608r;; loose
Muscatels. Swi'v,c seedless, 4 'iff 4 He,
and London la) era, $1.20 J 1.60 nominal.
STOCKS HOLD UP
Though Staggered by Strong
SMALL INVESTORS LET GO
Market Shows Good Capacity to Ab
sorb the Offerings and - Decline
Is Averted Time Money In
Demand and Firmer.
NEW YORK. Nov. . The movement of
prices today betrayed jhe throes of the
process of digestion to which the market
was subjected by reason of the large sales
of stocks by the recent heavy buyers, as
well aa by holders of long standing. Al
though the market staggered under this
treatment. It showed strong absorptive ca
pacity and power of resistance. This action
served to keep" up speculstlve confidence
ar.d to encourage renewed operation, on the
long side, which became conspicuous after
the reaction of the first hour. The skilful,
professional element of the speculative
operator in the market were made wary by
the character of the trading of the latter
part of the week and were In dread af the
effecta of the first movements of profit-taking
Ths inevitable tendency of a promiscuous
movement Is for the floating supply of
stocks to pass from the hands of the rich
class of capitalists, with abundant means
to ptotect their holdings and abundant ex
perience In doing it. Into the hands of the
numerous, widely-scattered and unconnected
email holder., most of them wH.h small
means, operating on Insufficient margin, and
likeb. therefore, to be forced to sell at
a sacrifice at a comparatively slight reaction
In the market. fiven so moderate a-reaction
as that of the early part of today re
vealed the existence of a large number of
selling orders placed at limits below the
prices Saturday, with the purpose of saving
profits or stopping losses In case of a break
In prices. It has been this situation, al
though In exaggerated form, which has
caused the worst demoralization in stock
markets of the past.
It was feared for a time that the inci
dent that would topple over the speculative
fabric had been met In the decision on
Saturday of the Government's suit against
the American Tobacco Company In favor
of the Government's contention of a vio
lation by this company of the anti-trust
law. The language In the decision seemed
to .ome of those in the financial district
to open up such a vulnerable position for
practically all the great corporation com
binations of the modern Industrial struc
ture that a wholesale readjustment would
be necessary. This fear grew out of the
Judicial assertion that each one of the
purchases of companies complained of In
the petition was a contract and combina
tion In restraint of competition existing
when it was entered Into and that la suf
ficient to bring it within the ban of this
The assurancea of the President-elect of
exemption from pursuit of those corpor
ations which are within the law and using
legal methods did not seem to cover the
wide-reaching application thus Implied of
the existing statute. The violent break in
the Arrerican Tobacco securities themselves,
ss well as a good part of the general pres
sure on the market, waa ascribed to this
Influence. While comparatively offset by the
vigorous upbiddtng of a few stocks, the
disposition to realise speculative pronte con
tinued In evidence.
A significant development of the day waa
the decided lightening of the time money
market, which waa reported more active
and with lenders inclined to hold off for
higher prices. This la the natural conse
quence of the quickening of commercial
and Industrial activity. The certainty of
large requisitions for loans by corporations
of all classes to prepare facilities for sup
plying the increased demand made the con
slderatlona bearing on the technical apecu
laUve position dominate the market to the
exclusion of facts bearing on actual values.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales, par
value. $6,532,000. United States bonds were
unchanged on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Sales. High. Low. Bid.
Amal Copper .'. . . 83. IO0 .h74 ki Sii
Am Car Poun. 11,2iO 47", 4oi 4B14
do preferred ... 400 1074 107 106.
Am Cotton Oil.. ,iio 4Hi .", 4o
Am Hd & Lt pf. 600 2 Sf1 2!
Am Ice Securi.. fi(s 2n"s, 26S 26i
Am Linseed Oil.. 5"0 IVti lile 12
Am Locomotive. . . 7.2oO 5 .17 671
do preferred ... Ron 110'i 110 Ho'
Am Smelt Ret &2.5 OS's 97 97
do preferred ... 400 108 If HKJ
Am Sugar Ref . . . 6.o0 I.174 135!i 136
Am Tobacco pf. 7.O110 13 91 92
Am Woolen l,7oO 2S 27H S'4
Anaconda Mln Co. 24.1O0 63 51 1 521,
Atchison 25.000 955, 9334 94
do preferred ... 800 98 V4 9SV4 B71,,
Atl Coast Line... 1.200 104 1o2 I024
Bait & Ohio 27.400 1064 105 105'i
do preferred 92
Brook Rap Tran. 12.700 534 52 52 "4
Canadian Pnolflo.. 4.5O0 176 1744 1744
Central Leather.. 2,7oO 29 , 2e 2H
do preferred ... IOO 1 loO 100
Central of N J... 3"0 209 219 207
Ches 4 Ohio 18,400 464 454 454
Chicago Gt West. BoO 71, 7 714
Chicago 4 N W.. 1.600 199"4 J 684 169
C. M 4 St Paul. 23,31s) 14HX," UK
C, C. C St L. . goo 60 69 59
Colo Fuel 4 Iron. 10.900 40 84 "4
Colo 4 Southern. 11,5110 44'4 43 44
do 1st preferred. 600 69l.i 69 69
do 2d preferred. 7'K) 62S, 1 2'4
Consolidated Gas.. B.WiO 147 ".4 1451, 4
Corn Products ... 15.600 20 19i 19
Del 4 Hudson.... 5.IOO 1764 J73", 174ij,
D 4 R Grande ... 2.5O0 31 30 301,
do preferred ... .ion 73'4 73 72V,
Distillers' Securi.. 4.30O $614 35 85"4
Es-ie 38.900 St, 32 32'4
do 1st preferred. 8.100 47 46", 4H
do 2d preferred. 400 38"4 374 37
General Electric. 1,100 154 14 153 1.131,
Gt Northern pf... 37.200 140 139 139-H
C.t Northern Ore.. 11,800 73 71 71
Illinois Central .. 7.7O0 144 1421, 142
InterborouKh Met. 1,600 11 K 10'4
do preferred ... 8"0 31 Vi SO 80
Int Paper 4.400 12"4 12 12
do preferred ... 1.6O0 60 69 6"4
Int Pump 4.O0O 32 314 31
Iowa Central .... 1.200 2.1-4 2.14 25V,
K C Southern 80O 24 29 29
do preferred ... I.000 64V, 3 63
Louis 4 Nashville 4.2O0 116 114 114V,
Minn & St L... 600 41 -IflH 39
M. St P 4 S S M. I.00O 126 ' 125 124
Missouri Pacific. 24.000 l 69'4 60
Mo. Kan 4 Texaa 22.200 33 '4 32V, 32
do preferred ... 2.100 671, 7 B7
National Lead ... 5.100 8rt 85 8.1
N Y Central ... 24.000 116Vj 113 113
X T. Ont 4 West. 4,loo 43 43 43
Norfolk 4 West.. 700 84 81, 83
North American.. 700 73 72", 714
Northern Pacific. 600 151 150 150
Pacific Mall 900 29 2SV4 2RL4
Pennsylvania 36,300 129 127 V, 128
People's Gas 1.0OO 974 0" 97
P. C C 4 St L.. 1O0 85 8.1 85
Pressed Steel Car 2.7O0 41 30 39VS
Pullman Pal Car 100 172 172 173
Rv Steel Spring.. 2.600 46 4.14 45
Reading 29.t00 139 136 138
Republic Steel ... 12.SO0 284 27 274
do preferred ... 4. loo 87 86 86
Rock leland Co.. 30.2O0 22 20 22
do preferred ...47.3O0 60 47 47
St L & S F 2 pf. 1.9O0 32 31 32
St L Southwestern 900 20 20 20
do preferred ... 200 60 60 40
Sloes-Sheffield 1,900 79 78 78
Southern Pacific.. 69.800 113 112 112
do preferred ... 1.300 119 118 118
Southern Railway. 4.000 24 23 23
do preferred ... 4.HOO B8 58 58
Tenn Copper 124.0OO 45 4.1 44
Texas 4 Pacific 8,100 29 27 28
Tol. St L 4 West 32
do preferred ... 300 58 5 58
TTnlon Psclflc ...1S5.9O0 179 177 178
do preferred ... 1,300 94 94 94
TJ 8 Rubber 2.3O0 37 36 36
do 1st preferred. Boo 106 104 I04V
TJ S Steel 221.100 64 64 f-
do preferred ... 11.8O0 113 112 112
T'tah Corper 22.300 52 60 6f
Va-Caro Chemical. 5.300 39 38 3o
do preferred ... loo 112 112 111
Wabash 4.700 iv 14 n
do preferred ... 300 31 29 SO
Westlnghouee Elec R.700 91 91 9!
Western Union ... 1.700 64 63 62
Wheel 4 I. TTrle. 200 9 9 9
Wisconsin Central. 7'0 28 28 28
Am Tel 4 Tel 2.800 129 129 129
Total sales for the day. 1,633,100 sharea.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. Closing quotations:
V. 8. ref 2s reg.l03jN T C G 3s.. 93
do coupon .... 104 I North Pacific Se. 74
C. S. 3s reg 100, North Pacific 4s. 103
do coupon 10O! South Pacific 4s. 92
V S new 4s reg 120 I'nlon Pacific 4s. 103
do ooupoB....12,l JWiscon Cent as. S7 !4
Atchison adj 4a. 9l!Japanese 4s $0
D 4 R G 4S... m I
StocJta at London,
LONDON, Nov. 9. Consols for money,
84 5-16; do for account. 84.
Anaconda ... 1062 N. T. Central . 118..W
do pref 101.01)
Bslt 4 Ohio. 108.00
Can Pacific. .179.7.1
Ches 4 Ohio. 47.00
Chi Grt West 7.75
! Norf Ik 4 Wes 84. OO
do pref 86.00
!Ont 4 West.. 44.10
I Pennsylvania. 67.37
1 Rand Mines.. 71
nittni .... 70.50
C. M. 4 s. P. 151.2.1
De Beers 13.62
Southern Ry. . Ju 87
do pref 60 .10
South Pacific. 11.1. 62
Union Pacific. 182 87
D 4 R G 32 00
do pref. 5.25
do 1st pf,. 4S no
do 2d pf. . S9.00
Grand Trunk 21.7.1
111 Central. . .148 00
L 4 N 4S 50
Mo. K ft T.. 33.50
do prer e's.ov
t". S. St
do pref. .
Money, Exchange, Ete.
NEW YORK. Nov. . Monev on call,
steady. 12 per cent; closing bid. 1
per cent; ruling rate and offered at 1
Time loans atronger and much more ac
tive; 60 davs, 3 per cent; 90 days, A 71
per cent; six months. 3ft4 p-r cent.
Prime mercantile paper. 4 4 per cent.
Sterling exchange steady, with actual busi
ness In bankers' bills at $4 S354f 4.837.1 for
60-day bills snd at $4.8585 for demand.
Commercial bills, $4.83 4.83.
Par silver. 49c.
Mexican dollars. 45c.
Government bonds steady; railroad bonds
I.ONDON. Nov. 9. Bar silver. steaoy,
22 6-1 fid per ounce: money. 1 per cent. The
rate of discount in the open market for
shcrt bills Is 21j2 per cent: three
months' blils. 2 ig 2 par cent.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 9. Silver bars,
Mexican dollars, nominal.
Drafts, sight, 0.1; telegraph. .03.
Sterling. 60 days. $8.43: sight, $4.86.
Daily Treasury statement.
WASHINGTON. Nov. . Today's state
ment of the Treasury balances in the gen
eral fund excluaive of tbe $150,000,000 gold
Available cash balance $163,735,888
Gold coin and bullion 35.741.041
Gold certificates 44,506.360
TURKEY PRICES DROP
SEATTLE DEALERS LOOK FOB
AX AMPLE SCPPLY.
Car of Frozen Texas Stock. on the
Way- Eggs Scarce and Firm
at 45 Cents.
SEATTLE. Wash., Nov. . (Special.)
Turkey prices dropped today to 20 cents
alive and 22 cents dressed. For seme rea
son or other, dealers seem to believe that
the .upply will be ample. Last year's ex
periences are still fresh in their minds
when high price, were the cause of one of
the worst gluts ever known here. A car
of frozen Texas turkeys Is on the way to this
market. Hens move welL
The market Is almost bare of giapes. Ap
ples sell briskly but dealers complain be
cause Eastern shippers are sending most
of their fancy apples East, dumping the
second quality fruit Into this and other
Fresh eggs were very scarce today, but
heavier receipts are looked for tomorrow.
All fresh stock clfaned up readily at 45
cents. Butter was firm but uncharged at
34 cents for fresh. There' was no change
In wheat today.
QUOTATIONS AT SAX FRANCISCO
Prices Paid for Produce In the Bay City
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. . The following
prices were quo:ed In the produce market to
day: MIllstufTs Bran. $29.50331; middlings.
Vegetables Cucumbers. $1 91.25: garlic, 7
CSc; green peas. 68c; string beans. 5 7c;
tomatoes. ."5t60c; eggplant, ' 75S85c.
Butter Fancy creamery, 32c; creamery
seconds. 27c; fancy dairy. 28c; dairy .ec
Cheese New, 12(S12c; Youag America 14
15c; Eastern, 17c.
Eggs Store. 47c: fancy ranch, 55c;
Poultry Roosters, old. $3.504.50; young.
$3.508; broilers, small. $34; broilers,
large. $44.50; fryers. $35.50; hens. $3-50
09: ducks, old. $405: young, $6 7.
Wool Spring, Humboldt and Mendocina. 15
pl8c: Mountain, 487c: South Plains and San
Joaquin. 7fic; Nevada. 9612c.
Hav Wheat, $1823; wheat and nats,
$17B21; alfalfa, $1115; slock, $1415:
straw, oar bale. 6.1385c. .,.
Potatoes Salinas Burbanks, $184.108.40.206;
Oregon Burbanks. $1.1591.30; sweets. $1.25
Fruits Apples. choice, $1.15: common,
40r- bantnas, $13: limes, $4Sr5: lemons,
choice. $3.50: common. $1: oranges, navela,
24 2.75: -pineapples. $1.50& S.
Receipts Flour. 12.586 quarter sacks;
wheat. 3680 centals; barley, S131 centals:
oats. 1010 centals; beans, 13,:0 sacks;
corn, 1480 centals; potatoes. 7275 sacks;
bran, 496 sacks; middlings. 815 sacks; hay,
758 tons; wool, 67 bales; hides, 175.
' Eastern Mining Stocks.
BOSTON, Nov. 9. Closing quotations:
Adventure ..$ 9 87
Amalgamated 86 .10
Atlantic .... 18.73
Cal 4 Hecla. 690.00
-entennlal . . 36.00
Copper Range 82.50
Dalv West... 10.50
Isle Royale.. 24 00
Mass Mining. 6.50
Michigan ... 15.75
Mont C 4 C. . .55
Old Dominion 57.75
.-. i. io-i 00
United Copper 15.
U. S. Mining. 43
S. Oil 29
Winona . ft
North Butte. . 88
. 1 2.1.
Cal 4 Ariz. .
Aris Com. . ..
Greene Can. .
Parrot 2900 I
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. Closing quotations:
Brunswick Con. 10
Com Tun stock. 2.1
do bonds 199
C C 4 Va 57
Horn Silver.... 70
Iron Silver 103
Dairy Produce In the East.
CHICAGO. Nov. On the Produce Ex
change today the butter market was steady.
Creameries. 21628c: dairies. 19.25c.
Egg, steady at mark, cases lnfluded, 19
22c; firsts. 27c; prime firsts, 28c
Cheese Firm, 1213c.
NEW YORK. Nov. 9. Butter.' firm.
Creamery special. 3030c; extra. 2v0
29c; Western, factory firsts, 20c; imitation
creamery firsts. 2021c
Cheese, quiet. State full cream specials,
13Z,Al4c; September small colored or
white, best. 1212c; do. large. 12
12c do, good to prime. 11&11c; do,
common to fair, lOtffllc; skims. 210c.
Eggs, steady. Western firsts, 3233c; do,
seconds, 29 31c.
York Cotton Market,
NEW YORK. Nov. 9. Cotton futures
epened steady at unchanged prices to a
decline of 1 point and closed barely steady
at a, net advance of 611 points. Novem
ber, .04c; December. 9.0wc: January, 8.93c;
February. 8.90c; March. 8.91c; May. S.92c;
June. 8.S7c: July, 8.86c; August. 8.76c.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 9. There were
26.295 active ginneries and 8.199.782 bales
of' cotton ginned from the growth of 1908
to November 1. The corrected figures -of
the quantity of cotton ginned this season
to October 18 are 6.296.166 bales.
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK, Nov. 9. Coffee futures
closed stesdy, net unchanged to 6 points
higher. Sales were reported of 25,700 bags.
Including December at $.40c; March, 6.35
t?6.40c; May. 5. 86B. 40c; June, 5.40c; July.
5.3505.40c; September, 5.3oc. Spot coffee
steady. No. 7 Rio, c; No. 4 Santos, 8c;
mild coffee dull. Cordova. igil2c.
Sugar Raw quiet; fair refining. 3.42o;
centrifugal 96 teat, 3.9So; molasses sugar,
3.17c. Refined quiet: crushed, 5.60c; pow
dered, 5.00c; granulated, 4.90c
Wool at St. Louis.
ST. LOUIS. Nov. 9. 'Wool, unchanged;
territory and Western medium. 17f20c:
fine medluma. 15 17c; fine, 12614c.
ELGIN. I1L, Nov. 9. Butter, firm, 29c.
Sales for the week. 659.400 pounds.
Hops at London.'
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 9. Hops at London
(Pacific Coast), steady, 12 5s i ll.
WHEAT PIT rJERVQUS
Trade Quiet at Chicago, but
Prices Close Firm.
nnnn support is given
Continued Dry Weather Jn the Ohio J
i Valley Inspires Considerable
Buying Towards Close
or the Day.
CHICAGO.' Nov. . The wheat market
was nervous all day and the volume of
trade was not large. There was a little
firmness manifested at the start, owing to
ths strength of the European markets, but
selling by elevator interests caused a de
cline. The Reeling was largely due to a
heavy movement, especially in the North
west, and 'to an absence of any export de
mand, except for Manitoba and Durum
wheat. The market, however, at no time
showed any great weakness, support by sev
eral of the leading bulls having a ten
dency to check any general selling. Con
tinued dry weather in the Ohio Valley and
other sections of tn5 Winter wheat belt in
spired considerable buying and the market
rallied from the low point late in the day
on covering by shorts and prlcea at the
close were unchanged to & He higher,
with December at 11.01 end May, 11.05 it
Corn declined more than 1 cent today,
owing to selling baeed on the Government
report, which estimated this year's crop to
be 5O.O00.00O bushels In excess of that of
last year and which placed the quality of
the crop at 86.9, compared with 82.8 for
the same time on the previous crop. The
market closed easy at net losses or J c
to "4, 42 14c. Final quotations , on December
were at 61gc and on May at 614c.
Oats were Arm nearly all day. The mar
ket closed Arm with prices up 4c to 4c.
with Decumber at 48'ic and May 60
The provisions market was weak all day.
At the close prices were a shade to' 6
7 M c lower.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Close.
rc 1.08H 81.03'i 81.007, 81.01
Mav 1.05 '4 105 1.04js I.0514
July lOOVi 100 1.00 1.00,
Dec 2 .82 .SO', .1
May 62 .82 .1Mi .61
July 61 T4 .62 .60', .61 Va
Dec 48 .47 48 .48
Mav 50 .50, .50 .50
July 46 .46 .46 .46
Jan 15.97 16 07 15.97 18 05
May 15.87 16.00 15.87 15.97
Jan 9.27 8.52 9 27 9 32
May 9.35 9.40 9.55 9.40
Jan 8.45 8 47 8 42 8.47
May 8.52 8.80 8.52 8.67
Cash quotations were as follows:
Wheat No. 2 Spring. 81.03?1.05: No. 3,
5o8 11.04; No. 2 red. 81.00 1.01 .
Corn No. 2, 863c; No. 2 yellow, 65
Oats No. 1 white. 4Silc.
Rye No. 2, 72 73c.
Barley Good feeding. 6860c; fair to
choice malting. 6365c.
Flax seed No. 1, 81.27 135 ; No. 1
Timothy seed 83.40.
Clover Contract grades. 88.82.
Short ribs Sides (loose), 18.37 9.
Pork Mess, per bbl., 814.50&14.6J.
Lard Per 100 lbs., 89.42.
Rides Short, clear (boxed), 89.25$9.t0.
Whisky Basis of high wines, 81.37.
Flour, bbls 23,000 30,000
Wheat pu 39.000 18.000
Corn, bu 330.000 112.000
Oats, bu 180.000 260.000
Rve bu 5.000 .. 4.000
Barley, bu 40,000 19,000
Government Crop Report on Corn.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 9. An average In
crease of 26.2 bushels of corn per acre and
Indicated total production of 2.642. 0S7.000
bushels of corn, are preliminary estimates
announced In the report of the Department
of Agriculture Issued today, summarizing
corn and five other crops. The yield of
corn per acre in 1907 was 25.9, as finally
estimated and averaged 25.6 for ten years,
while the production Is compared with
2.5U2.32O.O00 bushels of the yield of 1907.
Qualltv of corn it 88.9 per cent, compared
with 82.8 in 1907. and 84. ten years' aver
age. About 2.7 per cent. or 71.I24.OO0
bushels, is estimated to have been in farm
ers' hands on November 1, against 4.5 per
cent, or 130.995.0o0 a year ago, and a ten
year average of 4.5 per cent.
Grain and Produce at New York.
NEW TORK, Nov. 9. Flour Receipts.
23.600 barrels: exports, 37.600 barrels;
market firm, with moderate demand.
Wheat Receipts, 379,100 bushels: , ex
ports, 424.000 bushels. Spot firm. No. 2
red. 31. ll(sl. 11 elevator and $1.12 t.
o. b. afloat; No. 1 Northern Duluth, $1.14
f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 hard Winter. $1.11
f. o. b. afloat. The early wheat market
waa Arm today on strong cables and a
bullish Michigan Stale report, but broke
at noon with the corn market. It later
rallied on export demand, big clearances
and covering of shorts, closing partly c
net higher. December closed at $1.12;
May closed at $1.12.
Hops and wool Quiet.
Hides and pertoleum Steady.
Visible Supply of Grain.
NEW TORK. Nov. 9. The visible supply
of grain figures, without the lakes and
Port William, for the week ending Novem
ber 7, are as follows:
Wheat 40,416.000 1,948.000
Corn 1. 274.000 149.000
Oats 9.678.000 114.000
Rye 1.067.000 106,000
Barley' 6.318.000 '10.000
The official figures compiled by the pro
duce exchange will be Issued tomorrow.
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 9. Wheat
Steady. Barley Strong.
Spot quotations: Wheat Shipping, XI. 62
1.67 per cental; milling. 11.67 1.70.
Barley Feed. 81. 40(8. 1.43 per cental;
brewing, $1.4D(B 1.47.
Oats Red. $1.502 per cental; white,
tl.601.76: black. 2.252.60.
Call board sales Wheat May, $1.71.
Barley December, L45; May, $ 1.47 9
Corn Large yellow 1.S51.90 per cen
tal. European Grain Markets.
LONDON, Nov. 9 Cargoes firmer. Walla
Walla, prompt shipment. 3d higher. 37s to
37s 3d; California, prompt shipment, 3d
higher. 37s 6d to 37s 9d.
English country markets 6d dearer;
French) country markets dull. ,
LIVERPOOL. Nov. 9. Wheat December,
7s 10d: March. 7s 8d: May, 7s 8d.
Weather fine. .
Wheat at T acorn a.
TACOMA. Nov. 9. Wheat, unchanged.
Milling: Bhiestem. 94c: club, lc; red,
90c. Export: Blueatem. 92c; club. b'7c; red,
MINOR RETURNS ARE SLOW
Results of Ohio Election Below
Governor in Doubt.
COLUMBUS, O.. Nov. . With elec
tion returns arriving; by every mail
and mistakes being found In over half,
necessitating their return to county
boards of election, the results on the
state ticket which are believed by local
Democrats to be shrouded in doubt,
seem to favor the' election of Republi
can candidates below the Governor. Al
though the earlier results seem to in
dicate the election of D. S. Creamer for
state treasurer, figures compiled here
In a table which embraces official re
turns from 59 out of 88 counties, show
STOCKS --BONDS --GRAIN
Private wires Rooim 7oi"to 204, Couch Building
that Charles C. Green, Republican, is
elected by a plurality which may run
to 5.000. Mr. Green lias not conceded
his defeat in the face of claims by the
opposition. E. H. Fulllngton, Republi
can, candidate for state auditor. Is
elected, according to returns, by ln.)00.
and Judges John A. Shaurk and D. L
Price are elected - to the Supreme
Court by pluralities approximating
PIERCE GIVES HIMSELF UP
Oil Magnate Reaches Austin and
Surrenders to Sheriff.
AUSTIN, Tex., Nov. 9. With avowed
intention of surrendering himeelf to
Sheriff Matthews of Travis County, H.
Clay Fierce, the chairman of the Waters
Pierce Oil Company, and H. C. Priest,
his personal attorney, arrived here early
today. Both will later call upon the
Sheriff and endeavor to secure ball.
Mr. Pierce is under indictment charg
ing with perjury In connection with the
hearing in the outec proceedings of the
state of Texas against the oil company.
The trial of Mr. Pierce is sot for. No
vember 23. and it Is generally understood
that no trouble will be had in securing
Mr. Pierce, who appeared to be in ex
cellent humor, said that he had not in
any way violated any' of his obligations
as a law-abiding man or citizen; had
violated -no law and was confident that
he would be quickly exonerated. Mr.
Pierce went to the Courthouse and sur
rendered to Sheriff Matthews.
The District Judge and District At
tornej' agreed on a $20,000 appearance
bond for Mr. "Pierce, which was fur
nished. Trial was continued until the
January term of court. . Mr. Pierce will
return to St. Louis tonight.
REPUTED MINISTER COMES
Cassasus, Thought to Succeed Creel,
Reaches United States.
WASHINGTON, Nov. 9. Senor Joaquin
Cassasus. who formerly represented
Mexico in this country, and whose ap
pointment to succeed Enrique Creel as
Ambassador to the United States has lor
some time been anticipated, reached
Washington tonight accompanied by hts
Senor Cassasus denied that he had re
ceived any notlficadon of his appointment
or that he had been sent to the United
States by his government under any spe
cial mission. With his family he will
spend the next three weeks in New York.
ARREST TRENTON BANKER
Charles H. Jones Accused of 311s
applying $16,000 or Funds.
TRENTON, N. J.. Nov. 9 Charles H.
Jones, who was cashier of the First Na
tional Bank of Seabright, N. J., was ar
rested last Thursday on a charge of
misapplying $16,000 of the funds of the
bank. The money which - the bank
claimed to have been stolen was
made good. Jonss arrest did not become
public until today.
REAL ' ESTATE TRANSFERS
O- A. Thornton and wif to N. C.
Pease, east zw ieet- 01 iui o'u-
104. Grovers Addition
John W. Sharkey and wife to Mrs.
Nellie Tolman, lota 3, 4. Arleta
Park No. 4
E A. Fearing and wife to James R.
Haiftht, et al.. lot 16. Melrose....
Arleta Land Company to MadaUne
Tardltl. lot 13. block 10, Tna Park
South East Portland Real Es-ate As
sociation to John W. Sharkey and
wife, lots 3, 4. bloek 6. first sub
division of McKinl-y Park
Title Guarantee & Trust Company to
Arthur C. Swoboda. let 14. block 11.
first addition to Holladay Park Ad
Mount Calvary Cemetery to Mrs.
Caroline Johnson, lot 126, section 1,
Arleta Land Company to Flshel
Rabinowteh. lots 1. 2. 3. block 18.
New Ysrk. Bsstsn.
las Frsadscs. Tsrsefs
London Paris -Kambnrir.
Amerika Nov. 26Pennsyivania. Dec 5
Pres. Grant.. Nov. 2&Patricia Dec. 10
Gibraltar 'aples Genoa.
S S Pres. Lincoln (via Azores) . . . .Nov. 24
5 S Moltke Dec. 8,. Jan. 28 (Spl. cruise)
S". B'. Hamburg Jan. 6. Feb. 16
6 S Deutschland to Italy In 7 days. Feb. S
H A MJtl RG - AM JCRI C AN UNE.
90S Market St., San Francisco and R. R.
Agents In Fort land.
COOS BAY LINE
The steamer BREAKWATER leaves Port
land every Wednesday it t P. It from Oak
street dock, for .North Bend. Marshfjeld and
Com Bay points. Freight received till 4 P
M on day of Balling, passenger fare. Brst
class, 310; second-class. T, Including berta
and meals Inquire city ticket office. Third
and Washington streets, or Oak-street dock.
North Pacific S. S. Ca's. Steamship
Roanoke and Geo. W. Elder
Sail tor Eureka, S&u Francisco and
Los Angeles direct every Thursday
at 8 P. M. Ticket office 132 Third
St., near Alder. Both phones, M.
1314. H. Young, Agent.
REGULATOR UXl to Ths Dalles all
sxeept Sunday. "Bailey Gatsert" leares
Portland Monday, Wednesday and Friday at
7 a. M , stopping at ths principal landings.
"DaJles CUy" leares Portland Tuesday,
Thursday and Saturday at 7 A. M-. making
all landings. Returning, both steamers lear.
The Dalles on alternate days at 7 A. M
Phone Main 914. or 5112. AJdar-st dock.
HAS FRANCISCO PORTLAXD S.8. CO.
Only Direct steamer and daylight sailings
From Ainsworth Dock. Portland. 4 P. M.
8. 8. State of California. Not. 13.
8. 8. Rose City. N'or. 20, etc.
From Lombard St., San Francisco, 11 A. M.
8. 8. R CUy, Nov. 14, !8.
8 S. &tale of California, Not. 1.
J. W. RANSOM. Dock Agent.
Main 268 Afnsworth Dock.
M. J. ROCHE, City Ticket Agent. 142 3d SL
Phone Main 402. A 1402.
1 j& Y ?
Rose City Park Association to I.ucy
5. Osborne, lot lti, block 130. Rose
O. Nelson and wife to C M. ruley.
lots 4". to 4S. block 2. Smithson
Iand Company's Addition
Ralph W. Hovt and ifc to TVillUm
WeUi, lot 0. block 12. Tremonc
Kenwood Land Company to Charles
Townsend. lots 14. i;. block 0. Ken
ton Annie Wilson to Sarah J. Rsler. et
al.. lots 4. ., block 12. Kern Park 750
Moore Investment Company to Aug
ust Johnson, lot 4. block S, Ver.ion 200
L. A. Pattf-mon to Yattle E. Schae
fer. lots 12 to 16, block . Rurfleld
River View Cemetery Association f
William A. Dart, lot 76. section 101.
said cemetery 100
F. A. Knapp and wlf to G. Vam.ine.
'i acre in section 16. township 1
south, ran if e 2 east 350
Schnabel Investment Company to
Barbara Paukner. lots 6, 7, block
111. Tenlnsular Addition No. 2... 1
Arleta land Comj.any o F. J. Craig.
lot 1. block 14. Eiberta 260
Jamea W. Cook and wife to W. Por
ter, lot . Mock 15, Cook s First
Addition to Alhina -100
Charles Wanamaktr snd wife to H.
R. Ccckerham, lots 3. 34. block H,
Kern Park 3.000
Frank B Iawrence to H. F- Cocker
ham, lots 1. 2, block . Kern Park 3.000
Thomas J. Klngr to Mary K King,
lot ... block 7. Elizabeth Jrvlng's
Mount Tabor Investment Company to
Patrick J. Byrne, lots 9, 10. block
16. Katharine InO
Walter A. Goss and wife to Interior
Warehouse Company, lots 7, R.
I lock 72. Alhina 1
Sophia Maynster to John Slatr. land
In section . township 1. north,
ranpe 1 east; lots 1 to 5. block 44.
Peninsular Addition No, 4; also lot
4:t. 44. Fairfield 1.500
John A. Jefferson, executor, to Ethel
May Moore, lots 17, 1. block .1.
Ore h a rd PI ace .0
Municipal Railway A Improvement
Company to Man;aret Johns, lot
7. block 1. Terrace Park 10
James D. Hart and wife to A.
McKisson. lots II. 18. 19. 20. block
9. Kensington 3C-'
Securi t y A bst ract Trust Compan y
to Anna R. Bracher, lots 7. 8.
block 28. Rose City Park 1.000
Security Abstract & Trust -Company
to George M. Bracher. lots 13. 14,
block 28. Rose City Park 1,000
Clarence E. Moulton and wlfs to
.Tohn M. Freed, lot 7, block 1.
Moulton A Scobey's subdivision of
block "B."' Tibbett s Addition 1,000
Moore Investment Company to D. H.
Macfarlane. lot 12, block 33, Var
Moore Investment Company to H. W.
Fisher, north 6 feet of lot IS and
south 40 feet of lot 16, block 52.
Moore Investment Company to H. W.
Fisher, south 45 feet of lot 15, .
block 52. Vernon 4S0
Tl-enry Albers et al to Albert Law
son, lot 3, block 3, Dunn's Ad
Ida A, Albers to Albert Law son,
lot 3, block 3, Hunn'o Addition . . . 1
C. H. Towslee and wife to Robert
Tucker. 50x90 feet In John Carlson
tract. St. John 10
Patrick Skelly to Leena .Tacobson.
lots 12, 13. block S3, ficllwood. .. 925
Alhert Law'son and wife to William
M. Wert et al. lot 3. block S,
Dunn's Addition i . . . t.800.
W. M. Rohrbacher to Edward
Nimmo. lot 2, block 2, city 1
R. L. Stevens. Sheriff, to Henry
Freebouirh, 2 4. 61 acres of section
6, township 1 south, ranjre 2 east I
Irving'ton Investment Company to
c. .-v. Perkins, lot 6. diock io,
Harvej-. Foresman and wife to Ralph
Acklev. lot 8. block 3. Park View.
H. Hlrschherg to A. J. Hollingrworth.
lot 7. block 4. Fields Addition....
Cora A. Rickards to Charles M.
Thompson, north H of lot 7, block
1. Williams Addition No. 2
University land Company to M. L.
Bamett, lot 27, block 142, Uni
University Land Company to SS. W.
Winn, lot 28. block 142. University
The Land Company of Oregon to
Samuel A. Foss. lot 11. blbck 20.
City View Park
Merchants Loan & Trust Company to
C. W. Allen, south of lot 13,
block 15, Willamette
John E. Hlller and wife to Minnie M.
Planner, lots 17, 18, block 8. Point
View i . .
Glen Harbor Realty Companv to C.
F. Crandall. lots 33. 34. block 1.
Osx-ar Nelson and wife to Robert
Lundbom, 42 acres In sectfon 17,
township 1 south, range 4 east....
Title Guarantee & Trust Company to
Frank V. Johnson, lot S, block
27, Rossmere . . .t
O. A. Coomes and wife to Seward
Rasmussen, lot 14,, block 24, Ross
mere Seward- Rasmussen to Mary Ras
mussen, lot 14, block 24, Rossmere
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