Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, November 11, 1911, Page 19, Image 19

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    TIIE MORXIXG OREGOXUN', SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1911.
19
POTATO TRADE GOOD
Regular Demand for Burbanks
at Steady Prices.
BEST BRING ONE CENT
Manipulator In California Said to
II Trjln to Ti Cp th Market
In Orrgon bf Talklnx
Higher Prior.
hlpmrat of ptator to C aliform la r
a a lrr veal than usual. rr twlc a
ataar car harlnj gm forward aa at thia
Uma laat yaar. Thf la marad tneraaaa
ta tha ai8l hww. th rtar boai
aaaa ta ua aim ply to tb fr4ora with
wib rowar at th!a anfl bara ao:d. I
law of tha CP ln Orafoa, tb farm-
ar bra probably takaa tha wiaaat court
by upoin of a part of their holding
aaw. aa It m!ht ba a difficult mattar ta
work off all tha aarptoa at a latar data At
laaat tbta ta tha opinion axpraaa4 by tha
lra;ar aalara who bara fraaantly aaaa
tba lata part of tha aaaaoa apolla4 by tha
afforta of a raat man fartnara to aaload
all at tba aama tlma.
Bvyar r payta o ronta to 91 t coun
try potota for Burbanka to hip to Cali
fornia. Tba piira baa not Tarlad roocb ainea
tha opinio of tha aaon. and unleaa tbar
la a markH chanaa ta cn..t.ou South
and Sootbwaat. thl prica may b maintained
for tba rxt month. Tr American Wond'rt,
ta cartota, eValara ara paylnc at coun
try point a.
Tha California market haa been tha arena
of much eperulative buytnr- Several PoUth
arn tfaalara have accumulated large etocka
of Klver. wblh they ara holdlc for a
poaalbla rtaa Utr. In ardrr to eareruard
tbelr market, they are tryln to trenthea
alt tha outalie tftatrteta that ara likely to
eand auppllea to Ca.lforai. and thua prevent
tb ahlpplnc of por a toe there, which would,
af co urea. Interfere with their plana It U
raported that torn of tbea Fouthera apecu
later hara mad offra ta Oregon for Bur
banka aa high aa 11.20. but tner U no avl
dene that they bav bought any potatoea
at that prlo.
Bach manipulation, however, ta to ba ax
pactad. and aom ktnd of a gam la worked
every aaaaoa. On tha whola, tba potato
attaattoa ran b Terarded aa quite bealthy,
and If there ta no Interruption of tb move
ment throughout th nrtlra gelling aeaaoa.
prices ehould prove entirely satisfactory to
grower.
atralghta f"3; e porta. $XM; Valley, fi.10;
graham. MV wnola wh'it, 9A.8
M ILX-STVKFS Bran. 2J per ton; mid
dUng $31; bona -4. rolled barley, $M
31 e
BAT No. 1 E. O. rtmothr. f.S919; No.
I Val!ey. 1R9 1T: arfaifa, tilt? 14; c!ovr.
$119 12; grain. $11012.
IURU Y Kaed. 133 par ton ; brewing,
nominal.
t C rtabl amd Fralta.
TROPICAL. r U ITS Orangea. $4M
S OO per boa: California grapefruit.
Florida grapefmlt. banana. BtfSo
per pound: lmona. I 4.73 per bog; poma
gra n a t m, (10 pr box.
FK1H- rRl'IT rar. T;V$1.75 par
box: arapea. Tic ta yi.25 per box; Almeria
rrnpa. t.l9 07 Pr barrel: cranberrlea. $11 I
0ll.il par barrel; bucklcberrtea. 4 00 per
poend. -
APPLES Jonathan ll.590 3.SS per box;
Spifxarbarg. $1 s, 2.? Baidaln. TSctfll.SO;
Ked Che-k -Pippin. tl.iatfl.T; Northern
Spy. I1.1&9L::. Winter Banana, 42tjt;
Bwinower. il:k.
hKCK VEJtTAHLES Carrota. $100 per
nrk. turnip. fl.00. beet a, fl.OO; pannlpa.
$l.o.
POTATOES Bavin prlcce: Burbankt.
9V6I1 per hunvlreU. gweet potatoea, 12.1
2 .5 per crate.
onions B iv:ng price, ft. 10 per aark.
VKGtTAFLLS Artichoke. 73o per dosen;
beana. 5 010-; rabbaae. H M c p-r pound:
rauilflowrr. 'c j $1 p-r d.-im. celery. tf'ig
"c per (Joxen, tucumtM-re, pr box;
eagp.ant. 12Sc per p-und: aarllr. 10012c
pr pound : let tu1. 75 - t pr dozen : hot
housa iwtuc. $1 3 pr box; peppera
Der Bound: numrklne. 101We; radivhea.
12He per dnsen; eprouta. bH&c per pound i j
xiuaan. it w I fee per pounu. lomaioaa, ovc
j$l per box.
Tkalry and Ceantry Prod or.
PtTTER Oreyoa ereamerr butter, ol!d
park, Se; prlnta. extra; butter fat. lc leaa
than eoitd rack; price.
POULTRY Hn. He; Pprlnxe. lie: I
dark, young. lal0H": geeae. UHl-'c
turkis, alive. JOo- drwe1. ctvoJca. Jtt-Tc
blKi Freeh Oregon ranch, candled. 444
per onwn.
CHEEiiC- FYaab Tillamook, flat. 19
lec; Young Amertraa. 17V17H&.
PORK Kincy, tttf'ie per pound.
VEAL, Fancy, UtflSo per pound.
XO TR-1D1NO IX ORKGOX HOP WARKET
Oreweie Refn ta A credit Bid af 41 and
42 H f'enta.
Another day p im4 without any buat
nea of rmponanra being reported la tha
bo? mirhL Tbra waa aom a demand at
43 and 4:s centa but bo eellere at thee
pricaa
The following cable waa racetved from
Iondoo '
"Market quiet, with lea Inquiry. Market
firm but qnlt.
Mall ad Tie from Kngland dated Oc
tober 14 amy:
"Cxporta of h opa atlll coot too a. Tba
weak befor last 1 IT4 wta wera aent
abroaL and taat week tha flgura again
roo to 491 ewta for th week. TVht ear
Englleft brewera ara thlaklr.g of to etmnd
by and allow their moat Important raw ma
terial to continue to b exported paaea our
com prpkenaloa. aapaclally aa tbla country
only grew about alx m on the conaumptlon,
and It ta doubtful rf tha etocka ta baad
cu!d ktre much exceeded three month
apply at the commencement of the
aen. aa they bad ba ao largely depleted,
ewtna to the grat boom In the bear trade
throughout the Summer."
Staple
0ALyoxAolumMi Blvar, 1-pound tall. !
92.1'a per dosn; ft-pound talla, $2.M: 1- ,
pound flats. $2.40; Alaska pink. 1-pound ,
tana, f i Sa. ;
COFKth Roasted. In drama, 24 040c ;
pr p"und,
HON KY Choice. X1Z per case: attained
honey, luc per pound. i
BAI T Granulated. $15 per tn; half-
grurd. I(oe. $h ao pr ton: aoa. $d per ton. .
Kl'TS Walnute, 146140 per pound;
Brazil nut. 14?1A: oiterts. 10c: almonds.
1-14 lc; pecan lx;; cocoanuta, 9cti$l per
din: rhstnuta, 12Sc per pound; hickory ,
But. 4 J 10c pr pound.
BEAN'S tmatl white. 4Hr: large wh'ta.
4c: Lima. Sc; pluk. 6Vc; Mexicans. 0c;
barno. fro. j
KK'E No. 1 J ft pan, 44c; cheaper grades, i
lWiWf; Southern bead. BHfy7c; Im
ported Imperial. c; Imported extra No.
L TtftHa
ft'GAR Refinery prices: Dry granulated,
.0; fruit and berry. $9.90: beet. S 1.7ft:
eitra C. $a.4J; powdered, barrels, $7.15;
cui. Tharr-ls, $7 30.
DRIF.U FHT'ITS Apples, 14o per pound;
apricots. 10 0 1" He: peachea 12S l4o;
prunes. Italian. 10il0c; silver, lftc; figs,
white and black. 4V7Hr; currants, ln
11c: raieina. loose Muscatel. 40TVic;
blenched Thorn peon, 11 H: unbleached Sul
tanas, etto; seeded. &.
pom
Hoe. Wool and Hide.
HOPS 1911 crop, 4S34SM; old.
ma i.
MOHAIR Choice. SStS7o per pound.
WOOL Eastern Oregon, b f$ le pey
pound, accor.tmg to shiinkage; Valley. 10
17o per pound.
PELTS lry. He: lamb, aalted, osOSOe;
short-wool polls, MtfT.lc.
HIDES .-atted hide. lOHOllo per
pound; aalted clf. ltlTc; aalted kip. 11c:
grwen Melee. K SM-j c; dry calf, EOc; dry
h'lec, jc; salted ataga o; green ataga OH
U 7 c
CASCARA Per pound. 3H0
CMla LINSEED OIL Pure raw. In barrel a
bod. In barrels. Sic; raw, Ln csea 90e;
boiied. In casea. Otc.
Tl RPENTlNE Caaea TOe; wood barrela
7 He
GASOLINE Motor gaaoTtne. Iron barrela
17c; caea, 24c; SO gaaollna Iron barrels.
Sic: caaea Sc
COAL OIL Ordinary test, casea 10c
bulk, la tanka, 9H.
Heidi: Hen far S4) Cewte.
FIIEHIDA.V. or.. Nom 10. (HpeclaL) E.
V. D. Paul and A. W. Fletcher atlll hold
over 20 balea of hope, having pooled their
1911 crop to await frr a rle to 60 centa
Paul and Fletch-r aT In tha 0oaeneck
rountry. They hae. In the past two week a
been made off era of as high 43 centa
'by Kiaber. YTolf a Nnr. Jo 11 air is. Mc
NeT frothera Carmlcbael and Dnlel A
Bishop, but none of theaa buyera hee been
able t j buy the remaining ffherldan bop
crop at tha offered nxura The Pittsburg
Brewing Ompany baa Its ayea en the
Pau! and Fletrher cropa and have tele
graphed that the two bopmen wtll receive
49 centa If they will hold for a few daya
lor ger.
tirdD fob trnr.AT i UMrrrn
la Steady and Prsrea
I rteaia af Merhe
Are I
The demand for wheat from all quarter
was sack yesterday. At the aama trrae
offeringa by eellere were limited. The un
dertone of the market waa quite steady and
prtcee were unchanged.
Oats were firm wrh contlnuanc of th
Fouthera demand. The barley market wa
Roiitnal.
Hffhty foreign wheat ahtpmeata ware aa
(Jill:
This WTg. Last Wk. Last Yr.
Argentr-.a . K.e.s j4.ue
Autra:ia 1. '.) l.tJi o o.ooe
Inaia ..1 :;t, J-J.vW T
Local receipts in uri were reported by
the Merchant Eich.ce aa fclWwa:
Wheat Barley Flour Oat Hay
Monday 5$
Tuel,e 4
MInday .... 54
Thursday 31
Vriiav 34
Year ago 7 4
heasan to data $411
Year ago 4J?4
Frwrl1owa,
Bams 10 to 12 pounda IdOITe; 12 to
14 pounda 10u17: 14 to 10 pounda 10a
l"o: 10 to lb pounda 16tM7c; skinned, 17o;
plrnlr. H lc; cottage roll. Ac.
l.AKO Kcttl readerej. tiercea. 13o;
tubs, 13c. atsndar 1. tierces, 11 So: tuba
11 c; shortening, tleres, c; tubs.
BACUN hencv. sVr: standard, 22;
choice, xoe: Knrlinh, 10 g 17c
r It Y SALT CI iiKD lUguIar hort elearw,
dry salt, llc: emok-d. l.lc; short clear
berks, 12 to 10 lbs. ry salt. 12c; smoked.
USc; short cleer backs. 10 to 20 Iba. dry
aalt. 114c: smoked. 13c : Oregon ex porta
dry salt, 13Hc; smoked. 15c.
We Own, Offer and Recommend
Lewiston Land & Water Company,
7 Refunding Gold Bonds
Ltd.;
Unconditionally Guaranteed by the
Lewiston-Sweetwater Irrigating Company (Ltd.)-
Coupon Bonds, Registrable as to Principal;
Denominations $100, $500, $1000.
Dated October 1, 1911, Due serially in from one to
ten years, Redeemable at any semi-annual" interest
data on and after October 1, 1912, at 102. ,
Principal and Interest Payable at the
Security Savings & Trust Company, Portland, Oregon
Fiscal Agent and Registrar
Idaho Trust Company, Trustee, Lewiston, Idaho
.This bond tevae Is authorized by the Lewi3ton Land & TVater Company to refund
and consolidate all its outstanding bonds and indebtedness, and is secured by mortgage
on the company's lands and improvements, valued at approximately $3,500,000, and
also by a special reserve fund of gilt-edge notes and contracts equaling not less than
one-half of all bonds outstanding and unpaid.
Having made a careful and thorough examination of the secur
ity back of this bond issue and all conditions surrounding the
same, we unhesitatingly recommend the bonds as a safe and emi
nently attractive investment.
Special descriptive circular containing detailed Information of every charaotei
wQl be furnished upon application..
Price, Par and Interest
Piaak Cleartnga.
Psnk elearlnge of tha Northwestern el t lea
yaaiertlay were aa follows:
Clearfnga Balances.
Portland 12. ,;;. I.v-J.21 1
attie 2.4V.I019 1M Cl
Tfnmt n tl til t2 ffrtj
Spokane 6.-.'..il J.239
SHEEPTflRE FIRM
F.WKS AND LAMBS AT GOOD
PRICES WITH SIPPI.Y LICHT.
Special Notice to All Present Holders of
Lewiston Land & Water Company 6 Bonds
and Collateral Trust Notes
Lewiston Land A Water Company Bonds of any series, and also Collateral .Trust
Gold Notes, will be accepted at par and interest in exchange for the new Refunding
Mortgage 7 Per Cent Bonds above mentioned, at par and interest. The advantage to
be gained through such an exchange will be apparent to all present security holders
upon investigation. v
Reservations and exchanges may be effected at our office.
Morris Brothers
Railway Exchange Building, Portland, Oregon
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:i in 45 li.
crr roTATo stocks
ARE K3IAU.
V4 As-
Car mi Simiim Art fnl
plr. Firm.
Th itorin lnterf.r.t with fro! aed -tab:
tnatB.M la th forvnooa. bat bar
tnr In f".-Bo-'n N.ttM'. St
r-r of bananas w.r onload. 4. Th.r waa
a cilr,t mov.m.nc In appa at vnchanv4
!r!.-. Furth.r r..lria f California p.lla
f ow.ra war rrportrd. Tha ffrmpa markat
waa riraa.
rnrnt potatoa w.r. avarca. Tha Call-
fum'a ataam.r broucht tba usual
m.nt of arna:l T.a.tablaa.
TOO
JAY
itrtnm
-Unj foni.
I ala ArrlvaU Ara 'arrlral O.m
Irr Markrl SUw.
. Th.ra wrra lar.r rr!pta af tf
luratr rt.rlay and aU could not b. dta
poaaii of aur:cc tba dar. Cbolra bird a war
iiuot.4 at 3el caata. Tba !) aoaltry
market costiuuad alow with tba aupply
laraa
Tbara waa ao furthar haaa la tba act
markat. t'raa Oraoa ranch atock arvatat
cnta
flutt.r ai4 cb.raa rt firm aaS tl a -
Tra Cral IacUa la
Tbara waa a lt-cant dacllna ta tha rw
rnary artca af aurar ywurdir. wbtcb mada
Um sootaUo aa cana aranulatad lot and
aa boat )-?. Tba Coaat dacllna fotlawad
a aumlar drop ta tba Eaatara markat oa
Tburadar.
roiruNn markei.
Grata. ("War. Trad. Eta.
WHEAT Eiprt baala: Kluaatam.
a. . cii-b. T -; rtd Rcsa;aa. T7;ao
v. i.t. Ti.v: fortr-fod.
i)i:N w bota. Ut; rraokrd. $3T par torn.
uir? .N 1 wruu. tl.it; p.r loa.
fLOl 14 I-al.nta. 4.M par barrali
Hop Do Xot Itrlng Over $8.90.
, Cattle Are Itecoliea From
Wyoming.
Tbar wa. a fair ma of atock oflal! kind
at tha fartla vaMrrdar. and a atraUy da
mand. I'rlc.a In a.n.ral ahow.d Mttla
rhanaa. thoucb formar b( quotations wara
not rrallxed.
Amoni tha larva cattla racalpta wara flva
loada 1mm Wyomlnv. tftara ranpd In ta
aalaa from S3 ta 13.4V, and cowa from 94. J6
to 4 M.
No hoca wera aold orrr f 9.90. HaaTy
wrlahta broagbt 4.
Tbara was a firm sba.p markat. aa arri
vals of lata hava not ban larva. Fwao aold
at 1J0 and IS.T5 ana lamba at $i 5ft.
Racalpta T.atarday wrr: S vl cattla. 497
hoca. 2V3 ahaap and Z73 aata
shippers w.ra: W. A. W hlt'd. Jullsatta,
Idaho. 1 car of hoca; M. bl. Hochtor. llold
andala and r.ntarvllla. Wa.h., two cars of
toss; Clar Vanea. Opal t'ltr. Wj-ft. a cara
of cattia. Hast A ttor, "3raan Klv.r. Wyo..
2 cara of aattl; 'Jaoraa r-'hntt, Condon, 1
car of cattla: Krd ball. ond-n. 3 cars of
cattla; v. V. Lloyd, Rnblnetta. 1 ear of
boce: J. . Ltnhart, North Powder. 1 ear of
hoi-a: J. L. baker. Ca:dwall. 1 car of aheap;
A. F- Miller. Sherllon. 1 car of cattle: L.
K. Vesl. MrMsnnviila, 3 cars of coats; J. L.
Kdtaon. S.Iverton. 1 car of cattle: S. 1
Overton. !lrownvll!e. 1 car of aheap and
hoaa: J. W. Maham. H;rincfleld, 1 car
of cattla. and Sherrltt Proth.ra, Irraln.
cares of cattle.
Tba day'a salaa w.r a as follows:
We'cbt. Prtca.
1 bora :t o
. t bof HI 104
4 hu..i n-; f
Tl staera HO El
t bulla Ilia 4 U
1 ete-r ft
I stair .
S cowa
3 cowa
IT eti-ere
:I4 h-lf.-re
1M ea .a .
.1 hoca .
1 bull ..
1 bull .
fl-l lamba
14 awea
71 buHa 14
bulla
1 bull ..
24 bulla
7 better
1 bull ..
1 bull ..
I bull ..
Id steers
8 ateers
r. cowa
S cowa
24 aowa
?S cows
&i hors .
1 hor ..
.t boss .
Prices qu
, 1120 12
. UM 4.S0
. 4 a.'.
. 11V. 6.40
. 7C.0 4.T5
, ll'H 8. SO
l.'lO 6.T5
, lino 4 .10
. 10UO 3.r0
71 4.50
97 8.73
14"4 4.IIO
1117'i 4.H
, l"'lo 1.7.1
res 4.O0
mi s. mi
, loo 3.7
)M X2.1
S'iO 4Mt
lOiT, .'..40
1OI0 5.00
t7 4.23
JOW 4.i'."
'.3 4.33
lo?0 4.70
22S .73
4SO 6.00
2n 6 90
oted at tha Portland Union
fttockyarda for tha various olasaas of aback
wera:
Cattla
rholca steers
;od to rholoa steers. .....
Fair to rood steers
riiolee cowa
Fair to food cows
Common cows
Extra choice spayed heifers
Choice heifers
choice bulls
Choice sta
Good to cholca state.
.$3.4.VS 0
. 6 K0 (1.4S
. e.15-1 s.ao
. 4 Soe s.oo
. 4.001 a.:5
. 1.60 f? J.5S
. 4.7119 (.04
. I SO-j 4.44
. l 76 ta 4.ee
. 1.26 ft 154
. i.oo a i s
. 7109 7 75
. 7 IS 9 7 50
. 4.40 H S.04
. 4. SOW 4.75
. 4.16 3 4 .10
r'noica ouus
Good to cfiolca bulls....
Common 4ulla
Choice calvea
Good to choice calvea....
Common calvea .........
1
cna
H ore-
Choice llltht hora
c.ood to choice hoes ....
Fair to rood hoca
Common hogs
flneep
rhnLa vearllna wethers.
wool e.7B 4.00
Choice yearllnc wethara, aast af
mountains - 8 40n S AO
Choice twoa and thre 8.20 8.83
Choice mountain lamba 4 .23 It 4.?0
C.ood ta choice lambs 4.009 4.25
Valley lamba 0
Hue e-ue
e!tel 7.00
e 30 o e 7.i
6. 23 H .10
8.009 a 28
coarsa
Calls
Chlcasa livestock Markat.
CHICAGO. Nov. 10. Cattle Receipts, ea
tlmated. 1300: market, alow ta steady,
p.eves. 4.fi3tf.l: Tevas staara, 46.83:
V.trn ateera. 84.8n0 7.2S; stockara and
feeders, 88930: oowa and belfara, 8368;
calvea. $3 COtf 8...
Uors Recr.pta. estimated. 17.000; mar.
ket. a.ow to 8c up. LIcM. f."h703.40: mixed.
-. Ouu.3J: heavy, 83.90 8 443: rouch. t:..0
t, .1 . r.,o.i t rhnlco rr-avr. ''.. ln ft tl .'3 :
EFFECTIVE FROM OCTOBER 29," 1911
Steamship Prince Rupert
Laavra Seartle, Waaklaaaa.
Every Saaday at
12:1)0 O'CLOCK MIDNIGHT
roR
Victoria, Vancouver and Prince Rupert, B. C
Connecting at Prlnra Rupert. B. C with -. . PRIlfCE JOHX." Weflneaday.
at T-vo P. M- for Stewart. B. C. Thursday. Nov: 2d, lth. SOth, Dec 14th, SSth,
(or guMD Ctarlotta l.lanJa. Tburaday. ov. 8th. 23d; Dwo. Tth. 21st. for
Alassett anil -Naden Harbor. .
GRAND TRUNK PACIFIC RAILWAY
tbtounta.a I'lvlslon)
Tralna leave prlnca Rtipart for Vanarsd"! (100 miles) on Monday. Wednesday
and Saturday. JlaturnlDK. arrive Prlnca Rupert S:2U P. M. Tuesday. Thursday
anj Sunday.
GRAND TRUNK RAILWAY SYSTEM
tixub,e Track Kouta.1
rOIR TBROCGII TBA1.HS DAILY NO EXCESS FARE.
- Brtweia CHICAGO sii all pwtata East.
Tarawah PM.LM4.X STANDARD aad TOI R1ST SLEEPHQ CARS.
v J. U. Bl R01, Geoeral Axent. Paaaaocar tcpt.
first Are. and Tealar War. Seattla. Waahlncloa.
plaa, 88.7398.85: bulk of sales, IH.13ff 8.40.
Hheep Receipts, 'eattmated, 8ltu0; market,
steady. Native. 82-5U'&3.o; Weatera. 82.o&9
3.MJ; ycarlinva. $3.7040 4.40; lamba, nallvo,
8:;.7oU3.0; Western. 83.7&95.70.
Eraluth Fla? Markat.
DUL.UTH. Nov. 10. Flax oa track. In
store and to arrive. $2.00 H : November,
82.00Vi aaked; December, 81.97 hi: May,
8X02 asked.
Wool at St. Leula.
ST. I.OUIS. Nov. 10. Wool t'nchanaed.
TeTltory and Western mediums. 16t?20c
Una mediums, lOtelSc; One, lllbc. .
TRAVELERS' GUIDE.
Hops at New York.
NEW YORK. Nov. 10. Hops Steady.
Althouah tha cultivation of cotton la
new Industry ln Banto Domingo, tha fiber
la already aasumlns importance aa a factor
of aKrlcultural wealth and export com'
merce.
Why not profit
by the experi-'
ence of other
cities that have
wasted money
experimenting
with different
kinds of pave
ment? Bitu
dithic when
once tried is al
ways used.
THE BARBER ASPHALT
PAVINQ COMPANY
Censtroets Asphalt and other Blto
mlajous Pavemaata. 604-004 BlaotrM
lac Portland. Or. Oakar Makar.
Manasar. . -
TRAYETXRS OOIll
San Franclcso, Los Angelas
and San Diego Direct:
North Paclne S. S. Caf S. S. Roanoke
and 8. 8. lder aall every Wedneeday altar
nately at P. at. Ticket odlce ii Tnlrd
at., near Alder.
PHoaea M. 1314. A 1814.
M. aaVaav.
EXrRc.SS STKAMEKS tOH
Ssa Francisco and Los Angeles
WITHOUT CHANGS.
S. S. Bear Call. 4 P. M. November IS.
BAH IIUM IMU A FOKTI.AMI 8 8. CO.
Tlrket ttfTIca, 143 1 Ulra 11.
rboaca Mala 40t aad A 1408.
(American
Atlantic Transport
Fed Star
Whife Star
WtileSlar-Dominion
Ask about
"Olympic"
Largest -Finest
Steamer
in the
World.
T. H. LABKE,
18 Second Ave., Seattle. Wash.
Apply Local Railway Asenta.
OPUS B1VKB XKAJSSPOKXAHON CO.
8TR. J.N.TEAL
Prelrht received
dally at Oak-st. doci
for Tba Dallas.
Bood River, Wblta
Salmon, Uma 1 1 1 1 a,
Kennewlck. P a a 0 .
Richland, Hanford.
White BluEa, and
Intermediate palata.
PIR8T-CLASS PASSENGER SKKVICt
. TARE 50 CEMTS
YO HOOD RIVBR. WHITE SALMON; THB
DALLES.
Steamer leaves Portland Sunday, Tuesday.
Tburaday, 7 A. M. Returning;
Dalles Monday. Wednesday. Friday. 7 A. M.,
arrlvlns at Portland about 5 P. M. same day.
W. 8. Buchanan, SupC; W. a Smallwaed,
Gil l Ugry Pbona Main aStlO. A 8527.
ULAl
CANADIAN PACIFIC STEAMSHIPS.
V.nrM, Rervlee via
BT. LAWRENCE RIVER SCENIC ROUTE
a.eaa a nam a vmjm . " j -
EHTRESES OF THE ATLANTIC.
Weekly Sailings to Europe.
-class. 4V2.B0; Winter monina, fSAva
bccond-class, SS7t: Ona-claas canin cn i
bfEClAA. t;tJXB aAvcv.ia.
Friday, Dec 1. Empress of Brltala.
Saturday. Deo. . Lake Manitoba.
Prlday, Dec 16, Empress of Ireland.
Bartklns plans now open. Book Early.
TH1KD-4TLASS RATES.
Hamburg, AAtwerp. Bremen, etc, 880, 881-VO
UverpooU London. Glasgow. Bel-
fast t . . .HI., 81rz.no
Norway. Denmark. 6weden $34.75. fa&aS
bpeclal rail raiea on mu.
V. K. Jobnaon. O. A.. 142 Third St.
All aaenu sail Can. Pac Uckets. .
Willamette River Route
' Boats for Ore eon City and Salem. Dally
:45 A. M. (except Sunday).
vnr rorvallla. Albany and Independence,
-a. 45 a. M. Tueaday. Thursday and Saturday.
otnpe ana cock, ioui iajir mi.
OHEuOl ITT TRANS. CO.
Pboae Main 40.
COOS BAY LINE
0TKAMM BBKAKWATElt,
Sails from AlnaworUi Iok. Portland. 9
r. H.., ttt Tatdar. Fricbt rceiTd at
A'rtaTworth Doc tlivllr SD to 1 P. M. P "
fagmr fara. tii-aluo, 410; aacoad-clasa, 7.
Isc.udlns dmIi and tartb Titcc off loa
1.0 A 124.
NEW ZEALAND -AND AUTSRAUA
- . (Union Um mt XT Z
VIA TAiUTI atD WELLLN'OTOTI.
rtrwv Uirantrh ituman. saalllnsr from Saa
Frmnclaco Nov. 1 and ovary 28 day, WeU-
Inrtnn and h.rk 1st rlaM. I2&4. Othr ratM
also low. Tbe Lin to lla af th South
For rtsorvatlutia Coupon itauroaa Agent,
r addra Qnoanta S. tk Saa FTaacUo.
THE UNITED STATES
NATIONAL BANK
PORTLAND. OREGON
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
Capital ';- - 1,000,000.00
Surplus nd Profits $900,000.00
OFFICERS:
1. C. AIXSWORTH. Preatdeat. R. TV. s CUMBER. Cuhlo.
R, LEA BARWES, Vlce-Prcaldeait.
A. M. WRIGHT, AaaUtaat Cashier. W, A. HOLT, Aaalatant Cashier.
LETTERS OF CREDIT AND TRAVELERS'
CHECKS ISSUED NEGOTIABLE EVERYWHERE
DRAFTS DRAWN on all FOREIGN COUNTRIES
lumbermens
National Bank
CAPITAL $1,000,000
4 per cent
on savings
. Corner FiftS
and Stark
LADD & TILTON BANK
Established 1859.
Capital Stock $1,000,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 800,000.00
Commercial and Savings Accounts
Letters of credit, drafts and traveler ' checks issued, availi
able in all parts of the world. -
Corner Washington and Third Streets.
' First National Bank
Capital $1,500,000
Surplus 750,000.
i
Oldest National Bank West of the
Rocky Mountains
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
INCORPORATED 1807.
Bead Office Toronto, Canada. New York 18 Exchanse Place
London a Lombard Street.
Over two hundred other branches In the United States and Canada.
Every care taken of collections, drafts on all foretarn countries and prin
cipal cities ln United States and Canada bought and sold, and a g-eaeral
banking business transacted.
- Interest- allowed on Time and Special Deposits.
PORTLAND BRANCH, SECOND, AND STARK' STREETS
F. C. HALPAS, Manager.
CAPITAL tlO0.000.00
ASSETS C?00,OOO.M
THE CITIZENS BANK
Corner Grand ATenue and Alder.
THE EAST PORTLAND BANK
JO on Certificates
-jir White Star Line TtV.
New York Plymouth Cherbourg Southampton
FAST MAIL BOUTE TO ENGLAND and THE CONTINENT
The Largest and Finest Steamer in the World '
K.a "HI YMPff "
Equipment Jlu 1 1V11 882 Vz Ft Long
French a la Carte Eestaurant, Turkish and Electric
Baths,, Swimming Pool, Four Elevators,' Gym
. nasiunv Veranda Cafe, Palm Court," Etc.
WILL SAIL FROM NEW YORK
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 9, NOON
- and Regularly .Thereafter
YTTTTTrpTt "i?rn A T TTVTp SIS SECOJTD AVEM K, SEATTLE, OR
WHIiXl OlAIX LllTiJCt lOCAJ, BAIU1OA0 AGKXTS.
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