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THE- MORXIXG OREGOXIAX, TUESDAY, JANUARY 12. 1915.
DEMAND IS URGENT
Europe Is Calling for All Kinds
WHEAT CARGOES NEAR 60S
Sale at Merchants' Exchange Dur
ing Day Aggregate 125,000 Bush- '
els Ten Thousand Tons of
Oats Sold for Export.
More wheat was aold oa the local market
yesterday than traders had any previous
record of. At the Merchauta Exchange 151.
C'X bushels chanced handa. 0.0OO bushels
eelna- aold on tha board and Ji.00 bushels
after tha gong sounded.
Tha exchange aales that wore posted.
tileh represent an actual cash value of
X0. were a follow!:
Ji.i-0t prompt b'ueatem a
i tn prompt b:ueele:n ..... ...... '1.40
fc.ooi prompt rony-iuia
i.e pmnipt club .......
3i.ooo prompt club .........
j.ihVO pr)Tit club
Ji. - February ciub .......
i.004 February Hum lan ...
3a. """'ft prompt fife .........
a lk0 prompt fife .........
ion February oata
1f1 March feed barley -2
;oo prompt brewing- barley iS'li
1 February ahorta 10.9O
Aa compared with Saturday's bid prices
tha aboTa tranaactions ahow a mlxtura of
raina and losses ranging from to 1H
cents cither way. On tha whole, the mar
ket was Inclined to bo easier, with Chicago
off a centa for the day and S centa for
two daa. Thla Inspired the selllni. but the
temand was sufficient to absorb most of
The Dardanelles story, which broke th
Chlcaso market, was not taken aerlously
here, aa the tone of private cables waa
directly contradictory to the possibility of
an early opening of the Dardanelles to
Russian wheat commerce. There waa not
only the strongest kind of European demand
lor wheat, but for barley-ana oata aa wen.
The latest cabin received Indicated that
.England would take wheat cargoea. half
club and half bluestem, al very close to 60s.
Authentic news from tae Sound waa that
lo.ooo tons of oats had been sold for ahip
m.nt to KuroDo from the Northern porta.
This deal was worked several daya ago. and
It explains the sharp advance scored In the
oata market In the meantime. Buying for
th above account has been carried on
wherever oats hive been offered for sale and
business has been put through aa high as
$Zi In this and oilier marketa. On the local
exchange oata sold a quarter above satur-
tim'm nriee and barley SI higher.
Ixcal receipts in cars were reported by
the Merchants Kxehantee as follows
"Wheat Barley Flour Oata Hay
Portland " ' " ' i"
!! 14"4 1KTS 1
174 1577 1191 liial
Grain. Floor, Teed. Etc.
Merchants' Exchange, noon session:
Oats No. 1 feed...
Barley No. 1 feed..
February Red Russian.
March red fife
. 1.3SV4 1.40
. 1.S1 l.:;
. 1.34 1.35
. 34. OO So.00
. 29.00 30.00
, 24.75 29.00
. 29.00 30.00
. 1.39 1.43
, 1.44 1.4S
l.:;-Jii 1.33 M
: Bran. $28,500
YARD SALES HEAVY
St roil to date. 1 :
m' n-ti to Out.
Settle. Kriti'y -0
fc ton to date. i".61
70. 1 !MV. n 2,l77.iK0
K'A . Ml. (MM)
4:1 j7 ;;:;.'
" " .4- 7i'4. l,7..lot
47 iHMr ;."."i.,Ho
'4.,'.m; twu i.4
1 ! ! . o V. U SO-!. U
1.AR4.K DWRKASE IN VISIBLE tSlTPLT
2aXport for Work Clono to Ten Million
Th- weekly Brain tatltir of tbe Mor
cliantV Exchanse show tha foITovlng chn
la tb Ameiicau visible auppiy:
Jmmrr 11, .
J anuury 1"., .Ml..
litnuMry '. t'l. .
January l'l I . .
Jnunr;r 17. Illrt. .
January 1", ri. .
J.nukvry lfS. .
jKfjry 21. H!'..
JanuHry H,m. .
Januao' 1 '...
fih.nmrntl of wheat, flour Inclurted. from
th I'mtrd t"tati and Canada, for the pat
W()t Wer 5.m;7.o bushel, compared with
R.0.-T,(HM bushels In the preceding- week, and
8,mhi-W buhei In the correspondinc week
lat rear, w h"n total shtptnents from all CX-
Mrttnm count ties were l,i4S.O00 buahela
ie.,f th cereal year to dale, ahfpmenta
from the I'ntted States and Canada agsre
;ite 217 c-VO'V bushels. At the rorrespond
lnr period last year the season's shipments
fnlted states and Canada.
ARK FIR HOUOKR3
JVinand for Orow. bnt Sales Are Few.
Oreon hopsrowers are firm in their Ideas.
fcn. althoucb there U a more or irtm en
vutl demand, but little business is beinc
hforoia wir-;s report the fotlowlnsj sales
er ononi.n: W. I. I toss. 1 balee to Troc
tf. at cents. W. Jones. 4S bale to
IMman. si cents; VVlIIUm Chlsholm. 230
Tjlr. at 10 cents; Mrs. Woodward. 200 bales
f i:l--a, at ' 7 cent. A Sacramento con
tract for 1MM00 pounds was made with a
Japanese rower at 1 cents. Cnsold hops
tii California are estimated at 40. . bates.
The Mr Durst properties at Wheatland.
Ca.. have b-en sold to Oakland capitalists
ami will be rut up Into 1. 20 and 40-acre
iri.-ts. and pUced on the market. The
holdttiKS include St'o acres of hop land and
7, n acres planted to alfalfa and vejfiables.
The p-operty Is fjld to be worth $l.wt00.
The Durst faiiuly has held tlie property for
a balf century an J durfnc the last few
yars it hJ produceJ record hop crops. It
ma In a not at the Turt flvlAa in August
3i X that four person. Including; "District
Attorney K. T. Manwell, of Yuba County,
e re killed, the ins Is of Ford and Suhr
f i Inri rou,lns International interest.
HXTIIIRN VKGKT-BLKJl ARK 1IIOHFR
I w itl l-rirea V Ml Br Arlrmnced Later in the
tvYr) prti-es w ere advanced 2." cents to
a cr.itc yesterday and there will be
an.-i..r ahHTtce later In the week. The
c-jiifo; n.a celery market 1 ffflnj up steadily.
oni I--d lr:tu-. is ato advsnclns there,
snd ill b lusher here after Wednesday's
ar r i s's.
A n.ixcl rur of "San Francire veRetablea
w.k rceie. enntaininc radishe, sprouts
chic .tv. nr: itTiokv?. escP-unt, etc. A car
of caSoase r.:o ca:rto from San Francisco
m:l offW-cl at 1- cent?. An express ship
Trient of 501ms; onions was received from
l.ot Ans''s ;-nd iuo;ed at 2C cents a dosen.
Orange suppliea arc running low and wlL
vt be replenished until the steamer arrlvea
;; fRirE- ARE TK.1ILY rECLlMX.
firm leinsnd for Taultry at Good Quota
tions Meats Meady.
Candled egiis sold ytsterday at 52 cents,
te lowest price of the season. A case
count quotation of 3 cenfs mas made. Tho
market ai weak at these prices and buy
t'j held back.
Poultry and m--i receipts were light,
liens sola at 14 and 15 cents, mixed coops
at 4 cents and broilers at t and 20 cents.
Iucks were in demand al 12 x and 15 cents.
!-at quotations were unchanged.
Th butter market was steady at the
vew prices which went Into effect yesterday
Bank cJearlngs of the Northwestern cities
yesterday ware aa follows:
Clearings. Ba 'a nces.
rtTiiid .o47 1V7.100
4staiUe l.yJd,lw 1O0.767.
February feed barley
March feed barley
February snorts ..........
MILLFEED Spot prices
9 per ton; shorts. J30.301J31; rolled bar
FLOt'R Patents. $6.60 a barrel; straights,
SO: waole whjeat, 0.Su; grabain. 96.60.
CORN White, 136 per ton; cracked, 37
HAi eastern uregon ttmotny, sio
I.-..50- Valley timothy. JIG'S 13.50: grain nay.
$10.50 311; alfalfa. iai3.M.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local jobbing quotations:
TP.OPICAL. FRUITS Oranges, navels.
91.754? 2.25 per box: Japanese, per box. 9Oc0
9 1 ; lemons. $3 w 3.30 per box : bananas.
4 94 He per pound; grapefruit, $3.25?-4;
pineapples, 7c per pound.
VEGETABLES Cucumbers, hothouse.
$1.75 j 2 dozen: eggplant. 8 10c pound;
pepprs. 12H(rl3o per pound; artichokes. 65
O0c per dozen; tomatoes. 1.7o per crate.
cabbage, 1401 fee per pound; beans, 12 Me
per pound; celery, $2.50 per crate; cauli
flower. $2.25 per crate : sprouts. So per
pound: head lettuce. l.S5'd2 per crate:
pumpkins. 1 4c per pouud; squash, 1 "Ac
GREEN FRUTT3 Apples, 75c $1.50 per
box; casabas, $1.65 per crate; pears, $l&
l.M: grapes. $J.5U3.75 per barrel; cran
berries, $'jtf ll per barrel.
POTATOES Oregon. $1 per sack; Idaho,
11 & 1.10; Yakima, $1 1.10; sweet potatoes,
ONIONS Oregon, buying price, $1.25 t. o.
b. shipping point.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots, $1.23 per
sack; beets, $1.25 per sack; parsnips, $1.25
Dairy and Country Produce.
Local jobbing quotations:
EGGS Fresh Oregon ranch, case count,
30c: candied, 31' c; storage, 25!&20c.
POULTRY Hens, large, 14&15c; mixed,
14c; broilers, lb-4j'20c; turkeys, dressed, 2c;
live, 17c: ducks, U'-i ij 15c; geese, 11 12c.
BUTTER Creamery, prints, extras, 2UVsC
per pound In case lots: He more in less
than case lots; cubes. 2c.
CHSKSE Oregon triplets, jobbers buying
price. 15c per pound, r. o. b dock, Portland
Young Americas, itc per pouna.
VEAL Fancy, 12 fee per pound.
POKK Block. OVaC per pound.
Local Jobbing quotations:
SALMON Columbia River one - pound
tallw 2.::0 per dozen; nall-pouna iiats.
SI. 50: one-pound flats, $'.: Alaska pink,
uno-p jund tans, ji.ui.
HONEY Choice. .-'o rer case.
NUTsi Walnuts, l5to-4c per pound: Bra
zil nuts. 15c; filberts, lf'J4c; almonds, 23
tiSsu: neanuts. 64c: cocoanuts, $1.00 per
dozen: oceans, luta-uc; cnesinuio, im w
BEANS Small wnue. !c; large wnito.
15c: Lima, 6fec; pin, 4c; Mexican, oizc;
COFFEE Koastea, in arums, jowac.
SUGAR Fruit and berry, $5.75; beet.
$5.55; extra C, $5.25; powdered. In barrels.
SALT Granulated, bio.ou per ion; nan
ground, 100s. $10.75 per ton; 50s, $11.00 per
ton: dairy. $14 ner ton.
RICE Southern neao, offfofec; oroaen,
4r ner nound.
DHIlD FKU119 Appies, bc per pouna;
apricots, 13 15c peaches. Sc ; prunes, Ital
ians. aftUc: raisins, loose Muscatels, Sc; un
hi.anhed Sultanas. 7fec; seeded, 8c: dates.
Persian, 7&7fec per pound; fard, $1.40 per
box; currants, vikji-c.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS ii14 crop, 104713c; 1013 crop,
h idks Salted niaes. i-c: salted buns,
10-; salted calf, l&c; salted kip, 14c; green
hidt-s. I'li-c: green duiis, c; green can.
lie; green kip, 14c; dry bides, 25c; dry
WChjL VaMey. 17 ISc; Eastern Oregon,
151 2c nominal.
MOHAIR llM cup, 27fec per pound.
CASCARA BARK. Old and new, -tf4fec
PEI.TS Long wooi ary pens, jic; snort
wool dry pelts, 8c; dry sheep shearings, 10
ti 15c each: salt sheep shearings. 15&25c
each; dry goat skius, long nair, j-' 'c;
dry goat shearings, iO'tfiiK: earn; sail eg
sheep pelts, .November, 7500c each.
HAMS Ten to 12 oounds. IS4710c: 14 to
18 pounds, Idtf r.k; picnic, IL'c.
BACON Fancy. XttQvc; standard, '3f&
DRT SALT CI RKD Short clear backs.
16c; exports, 141H.ic; pates, Unloc.
LA KD TIerco basis: pure, iza I2ttc;
compound, 8 fee.
KEROSENF, Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons, V.c; special drums or bar
rels. 13fc: cases. 1 7 H irf 20 fe c.
GASOLINE Bulk. lJc; cases. 20c: engine
distillate, drums, 7fec; cases, 14 ",4c; naptha,
drums. J2c; cases, 19c.
L1NSEKU OIL Kaw, barrels, 64c; raw.
asea, 6tc; tionea, Darreis, ttuc; DOiied,
TURPENTINE In tanks. 60c; In cases,
67c; 10-case lots, 1c less.
Over One Hundred Cars
CATTLE MARKET EASIER
AX FRANCISCO FROMCK MARKETS
Prices Current In Ray City on Fruits, Vege
SAX FRANCISCO, Jan. 11. Butter Fan
cy creamery, 20fec; seconds, 24s,
Kegs Fancy rujicn, ..: puiicis. ..nr.
Cheese .New. 10 S 13c ; Young Americas,
2 fe w l'lr ; Oregon, 14 fe c.
VtfKutubies ttt-u peppers. bm; go cntie.
t4c; string beans. lOJi 15c; wax, ttftsc:
mas. tj a lOc: notnouse cucumoers, iov&
ininns Tellow, $1.
Fruit Lemons, fancy. $2.25 .50 ; choice.
t.75.i; stant'ard. $1.50 'a 1.75; bananas.
Hawaiian. $1.25 W 1.75; plneapplep. do, $'..".ti
("alifornia apples, Newton Pippins, u.t'-i
'J-'c ; Bellf ieurs, 50 1 5c : Ba Idwfns, .M-a t i?c ;
WlnesdPs. i5a75c; do Oregon. Spiizenherss,
$1 n 1. u: Newtown Pippins. $1 1.35; Wine
baps. $1 'a 1.25. , -
Potatoes Rurbanks, sallnas, $1.50 rf 1.70;
delta. $1 .1tii 1. 1.; Oregon. $1.15 l.;;u;
Id:iho. $1 'rt 1.2": Oregon American Wonders,
$l..V0i !.; sweets, $1.65I.75.
Receipts Flour. H00 quarters; barley 72,
413 centals; potatoes, hotio sacks; hay. t50
"New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. J:n. 11. Raw sucar, firm.
Molasses suKur, $-.34; cent rlfugal. $4.11.
Refined, steadv. Cut loaf, $5.S5; crushed,
$5.7.S; mould A. $5.40; cubes. $5.20; xxxx
powdered. :.10; powdered. $5.o5; line crau
ulated. $4.15; diamond A. $4.05; contec-
tiunt-rs A. 4..i; ro. l. "M--
Sucar futures, quiet and from two to
three, points higher at noon. Sales. 4H)
tons. Sales of SO.OOO bags of contrlfugal
were made in the late trading on the basis
of 4.01c. Closing prices were: entrlf ugai.
4.018. 11c; molasses suear, J.2i (Q rf.4c.
SAVANNAH. Jan. 11. Turpentine. 4 4r;
saies. 79 barrels; receipts, 21o barrels: ship
ments. 2?& barrels: stocks, 33.7S9 barrels.
Uotin, firm. Sales. "."! barrels: receipts.
4itS barrels; shipments, l0S6 barrels; stocks.
14 4.4'; bnrrels. Quote: A. B. $3.15: C, t,
S.K'i: E. $3.rP; F, $:i.2;vt: G. $3.27H;
H. $;.'': 1. $::.35: K. $3.73; M, $4.35; N,
$5. 3s; WG. $5.5: WW, $3.75.
Dried Fruits al New York.
NEW TORK Jan. 11. Evaporated ap
pe4Quict: fancy, T,67ic; choice 6 J
7c; prime, ttfj 6c.
Prunes Firm; California, 4'igllUc; Ore
Peaches Ftrm ; choice. fi A4c; extra
choice, 6goc: fancy. 7?7,c.
Ilopa. Ftc. sit New York.
NEW YORK, Jan. 11. Hop Easy: atate.
common to choice. 1P14, ir. JHc; l-a,clfic
Coast, 1914, 1t7lc: 1113, bloc.
Hides Steady; Bogota, 32Vac; Central
Wool bieady; domestic fleece Ohio,
C hiraar Dairy Pro4htce.
CHICAGO. Jan. 11. Butter, tLesdy. Creara
erv. 24 if lc.
Eggs, higher; receipts. 2?4S cases; at
mark, "raes Included. 24 'r t5c; ordinary
nrts. SUti34c; flrsts. ?r',aCf Mt;
NEW YORK. Jan. 11. Lead Steady,
Copper Firm ; east in g. 1 3.37 4y 13.62c
Hope at TLoaoVn.
Hogs, With Active Demand, Sell
Nickel to Dime Above Last Week's
Quotations Sheep Readily
Taken at Firm Prices.
With a total run of 9502 head, the live
stock market yesterday had one of the most
active days the local yards have known.
While some weakness was evident in the
cattle division, the swine and sheep mar
kets exhibited more strength than laat
Onlv one load of steers touched the eight-
cent mark, the bulk of sales being a quarter
under this price. Butcfter cattle soiu cw
to last week's quotations.
Two lofaria of choice licht hogs brought
$7.J5, a dime better than last week's dos
ing, and four loads were disposed of at
$7.20; but on a majority of the sales $7.13
was the price.
Lambs, sheep and wethers were readily
taken at last week's quotations.
Receipts were lOll cattle, 17 calves, 59iS
hogs and 25$t sheep. Shippers were :
With cattle Byron Marsben Co., Baker,
4 cars; C. McGlll, Ontario, 1 car; w. a..
Mocklin, Ontario, 1 oar; Grant Buchanan,
Echo. 1 car; Gaston Garden Company, Gas
ton, 2 cars; A. Green, Yamhill, 1 car; Peter
son Bros., Forest Grove, 1 car; H. Baldwin,
Redmond, 1 car; C. J. Johnson, Terrebonne,
1 car; Victor H. Walker. Glens Ferry, 2
cars; E. Holman, Sugar City, 1 can; Charles
Christensen, Teionia, I car; same, Victor, 1
car; S. L. Giles, Condon, 1 car; J. Thomp
son. Condon. 1 car; H. D. Cannon, Condon,
1 car; Fred Welch, Condon, 1 car; J. S.
Crahl, Lyle, 1 car; John Jensen, Burley, 2
cars; J. A. Ireton, Nampa, 4 cars; G. S.
yesb i t, Pay e 1 1 e, 1 ca r ; H. A, Hinsh a w.
Drain, 1 car.
With hogs F. 'Perkins. Haines, 1 car;
W. H. Stone, Emmett, 1 car; Sanitary Meat
Market, Enterprise, 1 car; L. Kuhn, Enter
prise, 1 car; T. H. Morelock, Joseph, 3 cars;
O. E. Goesline, Joseph, '1 cars; Kiddle Bros.,
La Grande, 1 car; Elgin Forwarding Com
pany, Los tine, 1 car; George Woods, Lostine,
1 car; J. I. Hackett, Wallowa, 1 car; J. W.
Chandler, Wallowa, 1 ear; C, E. Rude, Echo,
1 car; F. B. Decker, West Scio, 1 car;
same, Hubbard, 1 car; L. .parseii. central
Point, 1 car; H. P. Ecker, Grants Pass, l
car; D. Sullivan, Alexander, 2 cars; D. A.
Hildebrand. Condon. 1 car: John uysart,
Condon. 1 oar: T. W. Barnard. Kent, 1
car; W. H. Moody, Shanlko, 1 car; A. D.
Rubeldeser, Wasco, 1 car; D. E. Blair.
Somers, 1 car; L. McCredie, Roosevelt, 1
car; R. Powers, Somers, 4 . cars; W. H.
Block, Parma, 1 car; Grover Bros., Ontario,
1 car; same Payette, 1 car; L. H. Lawson,
Nam pa, l car; C. E. Rude, Athena, 3 cars;
J. A. Jeith , 1 car; John Kilpatrick,
Easton, 1 car; Kilpatrick Bros., Peekaboo, 2
cars; w. H. Murphy, Shoshone, 1 car; R. E.
Wilson, Weiser, 2 cars; J. L. Lewis, Weiser,
1 car; L. J. Knowles, Weiser. 1 car; Weiser
Meat Company, Weiser, 1 car.
With sheep Maggie Kribs, Jamison, 2
cars; R. S. Stanfleld, Stanlield, 3 cars; Carl
Atchison, New Plymouth, 1 car; J. E.
Keith, Nampa, 2 cars.
With mixed loads John G. Hoke, Union
Junction, 1 car cattle and hogs; Van Dusen
Bros., Emmet t, 2 cars hogs and sheep;
Stewart & Burkhart, Emmett, 1 car cattle
and hogs; F. E. Rand, Imbler, 2 cars cattle
and hugs; O. E. Goesline, Joseph, 1 car cat
tle, calves and hogs; C. W. Devoe, 1 car
cattle and hogs; C. W. Martin, Mikalo, 3
cars cattle and calves; W. K. Strand, Rock
Creek, 1 car hogs and sheep; R. H. Mc
Kean, W'osco, 1 car hogs and sheep; B. M.
Peacock. Nampa, 1 car cattle and calves; L.
If. Patton, Payette, 1 car cattle and hogs;
Lydston & Applegate, Weiser, 3 cars cattle
The day's sales were as follows:
Wt. Price.' Wt. Price.
. 230$S.Oil 1 bull 1230 $3.50
.1210 7.7ii 2 heifers . h40 tUO
.1343 7.7l 1 bull
.1340 6.50 1 heifer
.1US5 .50J 1 steer
. 1200 tj.OOl 4 steers
. Ho0 6.00 2 steers
.1J?0 O.uOj 2 cows
. 114( S.OUt 0 cows
Sheep. $5.75-iT6.65; yearlings, $6.8037.60;
NEW TORK, Jan. 11. The market for
coffee futures was rather irregular during
today's trading. Primary markets made a
steadv showine but receipts continued iuu
at thA two Trilian norts. while favorable
weather was reported for the new crop and
trie re seemed to be some reactionary semi
meat around the local ring. The opening
was steady at an advance of 5 points, but
d rices later eased on unaer realizing wua
the close net 4 points lower to 1 point
higher. Sales. 12.M0 bags. January, o-iwc;
February. 6.36c: March. &4fc: ApriL 6.56c;
Mav. 6.60c: June. 6.56c: July. 7.4Sc: Au
gust, 7.5Gc: September, 7.64c; October,
7 7ftc: November. 7.76c: December. T.Slc.
Spot steady; Rio No. 7, 7")c; Santos No.
Rio 75 reis higher at 4.300; Santos un
changed; Rio exchange l-16d higher at
Americans Firm at London.
LONDON. Jan. 11. On the stock market
today a number of transactions were re
corded In the American section, which fin
ished irm and higher.
Eroluth Unseed Market.
DULTTTH, Minn., Jan. 11. Linseed
Cash, $L77; May. $1.78
Cotton Market. "
NEW TORK. Jan. 11. Spot cotton, quiet.
Middling uplands. 8.05. Sales, 500 bales.,
WILD WHEAT MARKET
HEAVY UNLOADING IV
Bsmor of Forclnff of Dardanelles
Brings About Break of Nearly
1 calf .
1 COW ..
1 cow ..
1 bull ..
1 stag ,
-6 com a
1 cow .
..1100 .I.Wi 27 steers
. .12IHI 0.7 22 steers
..ii2 7.2.1 1 bull .
..lOOU B.70) S4 hog
..llr.o O.lil'l IS hoga
..ma.". B.7oiKi4 hogo
..1210 7.2J 71 hogs
..1125 i.r'U 1 hog .
..HiO U.73 8 hogs
..1085 6.20 62 hogs
..1160 6.00 07 hogs ,
10. 1 .i.i 7 hogs
1 steer .. .11:10 7.i!510ti hogs
..cows ... .0 h.OOi 1 hog
3 cows ... S.oo; 2 hogs ..
2 dteers .. 7.:t5l 27 hogs ..
HI hoes ... 2ns 7.15! Hit hogs ..
10 hogs ... IK0 7. 3."'I o0 steers
70 hogs . .. 2 7.1. 8 steers
o hogs ... 313 ti.li'i 23 steers
116 hogs ... 1st: 7.10 2 bulls .
Tilings ...300 6.10:120 yearlg.
104 hog ... I.i3 6 90,140 Iambs
5 hogs ... i;i2 u.io,240 Iambs
7.. hogs ... 160 7.00;i20. lambs
35 hogs . .. 132 6.50241 wethers
5 hogs ... l.VJ 6.50T-1! ewes .
26 hogs ... 2t' 7.15; ' 4 calves
7 hogs ... 234 7 )5;18.1 hogs .
S8 hogs ... 2.".2 7.201 7 hogs .
103 hogs ... 2'0 7.10 178 hogs .
2 hogs . .. .4.i tt.lj! 4 hogs
12 hogs . .. 300 7.15,12." hogs
1 hog 4 6.1.1; 1)6 hogs
01 hogs ... 19 7.1.11 1 hog
106 hogs ... 11 7.25! 1 hog
hogs ... 2"'o (.lojtounogs
2 hogs ... 3.10 6.10; 3 steers
1 hog 3W 6.15; 12 steers
!2 hogs ... 2o5 7. 1.1; 21 steers
111 hogs ... 3os 7.1o 21 steers
101 hogs ... 219 7.15 3 steers
1 hog .... 22'f 6.-.OI l steer
2.1 hogs . .. 1K3 7.0.11 1 row
26 lambs .. 76 7..".oj 1 steer
llohogs ... '0 7.05 13 cows
76 hogs ... 204 7.101 II cows
3.1 hugs . .. 226 6.. 2 cows
S3 hogs . .. 1 70 7.00- n steers
9S lambs .. 72 7. 501 12 cows
too lambs .. 71 6.S0 13 steers
ti hogs ... 12 i.io 1 steer
2 hogs ... 17.1 7.10 2 cows
1 hog ISO 6.00 3 bulls
7 hogs . .. 3.11 (1.10; l calf .
10.1 hogs ... 174 7.10 1 bull
liw. ln.gs ... 1S3 7.10 1 cow
12 hogs ... ion o.i'oi .steers
ii'.l hogs ... 2o 7.1.1 1 bull .
H2 hogs ... 2HS 7.101 1 cow .
101 hoes ... ltO 7.t'.! 2 cows
S9 hogs ... 2t'0 7. 'to; .1 cows
It) hogs ... !-" ."'' scows
7.1 hoes' ... Is7 7.15! 2 cows
5 hues ... S24 6 6.il P.1 hogs
15 hogs ... lol 6.151 84 hogs
26 steers .. 98 7.25 1 hog .
1 bull 14 .1.1H' 01 hogs
4 cows ...lo2.1 .1.7.1 3 hogs
11 cows ... S.OU 6 hogs
2.1 steers ..1161 7.1-1 123 ew es
2.1 steers ..1132 7.1.V1 43 lambs
2 cows ...1130 K..'. 101 hogs
24 steers ..1200 7.45i 1 hog .
26 steers ,.12tto 7.4-1 106 hogs
1 hull ....1010 5.2." 12S hogs
1 bull ....1.140 5.00'24fl ewes
13 steers ..ll.to 7.O0;2S2 ewes
2 steers .. 920 6.2.1; S2 hogs
Scows ...12S4 6.2.11 10 hogs
r.cows ...1115 5.001 90 hogs
1 hull . ..1430 5. .10 96 hogs
Prices current at the local stockyards on
the various classes of stock:
. . ,120 5.00
. . S30 7.
. . !IU0 5.
. . 1012 S.00
.. ISO 7.10
.. 134 7.10
.. 200 7.10
.. 270 7.25
.. 300 6.2o
.. 275 6.00
.. 170 7.00
.. 200 7.05
.. 170 7.20
.. 184 7.10
, . 320 7.10
.. 32i 7.10
.. 130 6. .10
.. 209 7.25
. !M7 7.2,1
. lol 6.50
. 70 7.50
. 72 0o
. 74 6.90
. 103 6.50
. 103 5 .10
. 115 8.00
.. 101 6.50
.. 27 6.05
.. 200 7.0.1
.. 1S7 7.05
.. 12.1 6.75
.. 204 7.10
. . 460 6.10
. . 150 6.00
.. 185 7.10
. .1200 7.50
. . 9.13 7.25
.. 720 6.75
. .1070 7.3.1
. . 970 6.2.
..1024 6. SO
. .1180 7.35
. . 340
. . 74.1 7.00
. . Sort 6.
. .10S4 6.00
..lorl.l n. .10
. . 222 7.20
. . 1SU 7.10
. . 380 6.10
. . 1 7 7. lO
. . 356 6.00
.. 141 6..10
. . 103 .1.51
. . 60 7.2."
. . 1S2 7.O.-
. . 340 6.13
, . 102 7.1U
, . 214 7.1S
.. 84 4.8."
,. 87 4.25
. . 192 7.K'
.. 349 6.10
CHICAGO. Jan. 11. Wild selling of wheat
resulted todaa from reports that the fleets
OI lngmna Hlja r ranee- were successiuuy
breaking; through the Turkish defenses of
the Dardanelles. After a downward plunge
of fito from the top figures of the day, the
market closed restless at 3o to 3Hc under
Saturday night. Other leading staples, too,
all finished at a decided setback, corn U4c
to lculc oats lc to 154o and pro
visions 134c to 4750c
Uncertainty a9 to the outcome of the dif
ficulties between Turkey and Italy tended
to make fltgbtlness the characteristic today
of the trade in wheat. At the outset the
general temper waa bearish, but offerings
were quickly absorbed by strong Interests.
As a result prices took a swift upturn, but
the effect failed to last and a decided re
action ensued. After opening He to c
lower, the market rallied to as much as
lc above Saturday night's level and later
lota nearly ail the gain. Severe censorship
of cables kept dealers here much at sea
until after midday. Then the market
dropped 5c or more from earlier figures,
owlntr to rumors that the forts at the Dar
danelles were giving way to the allies and
that immense stores or Kussian wneat wouio
soon be available for Western Europe. The
close wan unsettled at 3 to 3c net decline.
Corn suffered from hedging pressure, due
to large receipts here and a result of the
visible supply reaching a Digger total tnau
at any time In the previous to years.
Oats ranged lower With other grain.
Watch was kept chteriy on corn.
Packers and discouraged speculative hold
ers let go of provisions. Some little support
that developed was based to some extent
on a belief that the breaking in hog prices
would check the big movement of hogs to
The leading futures ranged as follows:
,.1.87tt $1.33 ".i
.. 1.24 1.24 5,
.. .7.1 .75 54
. . .76Vs .761I1
. . .5.1
STOCK GAINS WIDE
Upward Movement Is Resumed
in Wall Street.
DEMAND IS BROADENING
18.67K 18.67 JS.37
5.75 0 6.00
. . 4.5006.00
... 6.00 6.50
Prime steers ............
Omaha Livestock Market.
SOITH OMAHA. Xeb.. Jan. 11. Hog
Receipts, 7SO0; market, lower. Heavy. It-1.65
6.75: light, .tin.ij 6.75: pigs. 5.506.5O:
bulk of sales. .65 V' 6.7.1.
Cattle Receipt. 7500; market, slow. Na
tive ste.rs, $7vS.71: native cows and heif
ers 5 2.1r7.50: Western steers, (68.25:
Teias steers. .1.75r7.1.l; Texas cowa and
heifers. ."( 7: calves. t.OS-50.
Sheep Receipts. 16.000; market. Plow.
Tearlings. $6.7.1(5 7.73; wethers. $66.65:
lambs. $S 20'!r8.SO.
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAOO. Jan. 11. Hogs Receipts. 60,-noo-
market, dull. .1 to 10 cents under Sat
unlaVs average. Bulk of sales. $6.tS5&6.S3;
'ight $6.50tj6.9O: mixed. $6.536.90; heavy,
$; .UUti.90: rough. $6.5,1 if 6.65; pigs, $5.25(9
Cattle Receipts. 32.000: market, weak.
Native steers. $5.60ay 9.60: Western steers.
I $4.85T7.io; cow B ana ttcurn, .w i.w.
. ... it itah. at r.'n .-.I... .7 .10f3 lO 2.1.
t.l actlli Coast), it iij. 4 k anee-e'". 37,000; market, weak.
9.7.1 9.SO 9.75.
10.20 10.23 10.12
Cat. nrl.. were :
-Wheat No. 2 red, $1.311.37; No.
hard. $1.31 1.3.
Corn No. 2 yellow, 6970c
Rye No. 2, $1,138
r'le.rances Wheat. 1.133.000 bushels;
corn. 103,000 bushels; oats, 5U.OO0 bushels;
flour, 58,000 barrels.
European Grain Markets.
LONDON, Jan. 11. Cargoes on passage,
LIVERPOOL, Jan. 11. Corn February,
7s 3d7s 2d. Wheat, not quoted.
BUENOS ATRES. Jan. 11. Wheat opened
M bineanolls Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn.. Jan. 11. Wheat-
May $1.30; July. ? t-oo-jj m
No 1 hard. $1.34: No. 1 Northern. $1.280
13:1V-; No. 2 Northern, $1 .2.1 QJ 1 .31 .
Barley, 6269c; flax, $1.76 1.79.
Other Eastern Markets.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 11. Closed Wheat, May,
$1.31 askea; Juiy, i.m.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 11. Closed Wheat,
May, $1.27; July, $1.35 asked.
WINNIPEG, Jan. 11. Closed Wheat.
May, $1.34 bid. July. $1.35 bid.
DULUTH. Jan. 11. Closed Wheat, May,
$1.32; July $1.31-
San Francisco Grain Market.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 11. Spot quota
tions: Walla Walla. $2.20( 2.25 ; red Rus
sian $2 17,2.22: Turkey red, $2.2o
2.30: bluestem. $2.302.35; feed barley,
$1 471.50: white oatB, $1.5791.60; bran,
129 29.00; middlings, $31&32; shorts. $30tf
Call board Wheat nrm. no traoing. tiar.
lev firm. December. $1.40 bid. $1.45
asked; May, $1.55; January. $1.47 asked.
beiier. two qaje, uw,
Pilget Sound Grain Markets.
SEATTLE. Wash., Jan. 11. Wheat No
Yesterday's car receipts Wheat, 16; oats.
1; barley, 3; hay, 16; flour. 21.
TACOMA- Wash., Jan. 11. Wheat Blue
stem. $1.42; fortyfold, $1.41; club, $1.40;
Yesterday's ear receipts Wheat, 1
ley. 6; corn. 2.
WOOL EXPORTS DEFINED
Head or National Body Sees No Sup
port to Export Claim to Germany.
BOSTON, Jan. 11. Winthrop L. Mar
vin, secretary of the National Asso
ciation of "Woolen Manufacturers, in a
statement today said he had no infor
mation to support the British claim
that wool or woolens had been export
ed to Germany or Austria by New Eng
land dealers since the embargo on
Australian merino -wool was modified.
"I cannot say that no wool was ex
ported." he said, "but I know of no
such shipments. Since the beginning;
of the war there have been shipments
of wool to Canada and the - United
Kingdom from Boston. This material
was of a kind adapted to the making
of military uniforms and was presum
ably used for that purpose, that Is, for
the clothing of the allied armies.
"The only shipment of wool to Ger
many of which I am aware was 1000
bales conveyed by the steamer Caro
lina, which loaded raw cotton at a
Southern port and called at Boston for
the wool a month ago on her way to
"Raw wool, 'like cotton. Is non-contraband,
and this shipment was en
tirely legitimate. That occurred be
fore the modification of the Australian
Praise for Aa Anlher.
Woman's Home Companion.
Kate Douglas Wiggin's choicest pos
session, she says, is a letter which she
once received from the superintendent
of a home for the feeble-minded. He
spoke in glowirrg terms of the pleasure
with which the "inmates naa reaa
her little book, "Marin Lisa," and
ended thus superbly:
"In fact, madam. I think I may
safely say that you are the favorite
author of the feeble-minded!"
. ' i'.OO
High. Low. Bid.
27 26-Si 27
55 V- 54 54
35 35 35
30-4 211 30
ti, . l8o2
118 118 118
26 26 26
94 94 94
69 67 i 68
86 S.1-SI 0
1514 15 1..
"s-iii '33 33
26 2.1 '4 2.1 '4
114 113 113
50 50 50
ISli 17 18
99 9.1 97
22 21 21(3
134 134 134
118 117 117
5 51 ?i
17 17 17
9 9 9
7 7 7
13 12i 12
80 87 88
54. 53 53
101 10O 101
102 100 102
106 105 104,ft
-i 'l6 lii
148 146 14574
.2. .2'.'.. 'J
1 1 1
"S6 " 84 85
16 15 15
33 32 35
13.1 134 134
119 118 119
52 51 51
108 106 107
51 49 50
6" ".in so
74 72 73
United States Steel Resumes Its
Former Leadership Money Rates
Easy at All Points Bond
nkw TfiRf. .Tan. 11. Last week's up
ward movement in stocks was resumed to
day with greater breadth and activity. Deal
Ines were close to the largest of any single
session for over a fortnight, and trading was
more diversified. United States Steel re
asserted its former leadership.
Gains ranged from 1 to a points in mi
more active erouo. while a few specialties.
such as equipment, motor and utility shares.
gained much more, coppers also improves
tiip nnaitlnn TnclHentallv the grain mar
kets furnished another sensation with their
further abrupt declines from recent high
Conditions west of the Alleghenies appear
more normal. Traffic returns from Chicago
show that expansion la proceeding cautlons
ly, tonnage being on a level with the same
period of 1314. Jioney is no sj j
wEtm centers than here, and financial
institutions are lending more freely for mer
The foreign situation reflected little
change aside from greater weakness in ex
change. An Interesting feature of the state
ment of the Imperial Bank of Germany was
a nf nlmost S5.000.000.
Local money supply was In excess of re
quirements, but effected no change in .open
rates. Long time loans were made at tha
minimum of 3 per cent.
Bonds were strong and active with markea
gains in medium-grade issues. Total sales,
par value, were $2,332,000. United States
bonds were unchanged on call.
Alaska Gold ... 100
Amal Cop 6.S00
Am Beet hupar a,txn
Am Suit & Ref
do preferred . .
Am Sugar Ref.
Am Tel & Tel . .
Am Tobacco . . .
Bait & Ohio..
Brook Rap Tran
Ches & Ohio...
Chi Ct West...
Chi, Mil & St P
Ch & Northwest
Col Fuel. & Iron
Gt North pfd..
do ore ctfs. . .
Internat Har. . .
K C South
Louis & Nash..
Miami Cop ....
Mis, Kan & Tex
Mis Pac ...
Nat Biscuit . . .
Nev Copper . . .
N Y Cent
N Y. N H & H
Nor & West...
Pacific Mail ...
Pac Tel & Tel.
Pennsylvania . ,
Pull Pal Car..
Ray Con Cop.
Reo Iron & St.
Rock Island Co
do preferred . .
St L & S Jf 2d pf
Texas Co .....
U S Steel
T'tah Cop ,
Wabash prta .
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
The Bank of California, National Association
San Francisco, Cal.
Including Its Branches in Portland, Seattle, Tacoma and
At Close of Business December 31, 1911
Loans and Discounts $33,247,659.47
Bank Premises (San Francisco and Branches) . . . 1,181,034.63
Other Real Estate 485.301.43
Customers' Liability Under Letters of Credit 2.779,851.25
Sundry Bonds and Stocks 4,680,731.70
United States Bonds to Secure Circulation 6,230,000.00
Other United States Bonds 285.000.00
Redemption Fund With United States Treasurer.. 325,000.00
Investment in $100,000,000 Gold Fund 117,820.50
Cash and Sight Exchange 13,962,080.11
Capital Paid in Gold Coin $ 8,500,000.00
Surolus and Undivided Profits 8,381,757.41
Surplus and Undivided
Letters of Credit
THIRD AND STARK STREETS
W. A. MacRae, Manager J. T. Burtchaell, Asst. Mgr.
iira..i.hn.,oa 3 OOO
Total sales tor tne aay, iiv,iA,
IT S Ref 2s. reg. 97 I.V Y C G 3s. b 80
J B Reed, of Ithaca, asserts he has
trained rabbits to dig up and eat all the
weeds in bis garden without damaging
do coupon 97 Nor pac is....
V S 3s, reg 1O0 do 4s . . . . . .
do coupon 100'Union Pac 4s.
U S N 4s. reg. .109 IWis Cent 4s..
do coupon. . . . tii
Money, Exchang-e. Etc.
NEW YORK. Jan. 11. Mercantile paper.
8 V?llSgr exchange, steady. Sixty-day bill..
$4 81"5; for cables, S4.S425; for demand,
jaar stiver, tfisi.
Mexican dollars, 37c.
Government bonds, steady: railroad bonds,
strong. . ....
Time loans, easy; (i unj-, 7 i--
cent- six months. 34 per cent.
Call money, steady; high, 2 per cent;
low '1L- ruling rate, 2; last loan, 2;
closing bid, 2; offered at 2.
LONDON. Jan. 11. Bar silver, 22 d per
SnVinTfoT short bills, !
per cent; do, three months bills, 22
per cent, .
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 11. Silver bars.
4flc; Mexican dollars, nominal; oraits,
sight, lc; do. telegraph, oc. sterling ex
change, 60 days. $1.81; sight, J4.S3; ca
Emergency Currency Outstanding;.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 11 Emergency cur-
rencv amounting to i-o,-u.u.uuo was out
standing January 9. according to an an
nouncement today by Comptroller of the
r..UT.oV WilliHms. Since the first of that
...aa taVen nut shnrtlv after the
outbreak of the war. $25,441.0(50 haB been
retired. Of the outstanutng amount.
banks have the most. $16,859,000: New
York is second with $12,277,000 and Cali
fornia third with $3,687,000.
T Kontli there is outstanding $.3,
209,000; in the Middle States $27.747,000.
LAW AIM IS TO CUT FARES
Officials May Xeert Governor's Writ
ten Consent to Travel Expenses
SALEM, Or.. Jan. 11. (Special.)
Secretary of State Olcott said today
that he would request the Legislature
to enact a law providing that all state
officials obtain tne written consent of
the Governor before expending: state
money in traveling: outside of the state.
Mr. Olcott'a recommendation in part is
"At present there is a matter I par
ticularlv wish to call your attention to
the lack of a specific law governing the
liability of the state in the case of
traveling: expenses of state omciais ana
employes when transacting official busi
ness outside of the state.
"I would recommend that every one
in the employ of tha state whose offi
cial duties call him outside of the state
be required to secure the written con
sent of the Governor, that the Gover
nor fix the maximum amount for which
the state shall be held liable, and that
the official or employe shall accompany
his claim for traveling expenses outside
of the state with such written consent
and authorization of the Governor."
PASSENGER RATES ARE UP
Willamette Valley Sonthern Awaits
Approval of Railway Body.
OREGON CITY, Or., Jan. 11. (Spe
cial.) Passenger rates for the Willam
ette Valley Southern have been sent
to the State Railway Commission for
approval and it is expected that the
Commission will report its decision
within a few days.
Twenty-four stations have been
named on the new road between Oregon
City and Mount Angel. They are: Ore
gon City, Callis, Campine, Maple Lane,
Robbins, Beaver Creek, Ingram, Span-
LADD & TILTON
Capital and Surplus $2,000,000
Commercial and Savings Deposit
gler, Lewis, Mulino, North Liberal, Lib
eral, Richard, Molalla. Kayler, Hitch
man, Yoder, Busch, Monitor, Dominic,
Berning, College and Mount Angel.
The fare from Oregon City to Mount
Angel, under the schedule of rates, will
be 80 cents, or from Portland to Mount
Angel, over the Portland Railway.
Light & Power Company and the Wil
lamette Valley Southern, $1. The fare
to Molalla from Oregon City will be
60 cents; to Mulino, 45 cents; to Beav
er Creek. 20 cents: to Monitor, 80
cents, and to Liberal, 50 cents.
OREGON APPLES TEN CENTS
Venezuelans Pay High Say8 Letter
and Trade Field Is Open.
UNIVERSITY OF OREGON. Eugene,
Jan. 11: A can of good salmon, retails
in Caracas at 45 cents, and fresh Ore
gon apples bring 10 to 15 cents each.
Any reduction In the cost of these eat
ables to the consumer would immense
ly increase the consumption, says a
letter from the united states Minis
ter to Venezuela. The letter has just
been received by H. B. Miller, director
of the University of Oregon school of
commerce. which is conducting a
worldwide survey for markets to wnicn
Oregon products may be pejnt.
"Lumber, print paper, flour, Discuit.
lord and smoked meats, from the Pa
cific Coast are likely to find a good
arket here." continues the letter.
Venezuelan merchants, this letter
adds, are eager to get direct Pacific
Coast connection for trade in coffee
and cocoa. Director Miller hopes to
see a lively business In canned fruits
worked up with several tooutn Amen
Common Pleas Court here rocantly a
$25,090 breach of promise suit against
Ambrose. llolteis, 21, a travcllntc rep
resentative of the Iloltera Shoe Com
pany, of which his father Is president.
Attached to tho petition lire many
love letters and telegram which the
young heiress alleges were written by
The suit alleges the girl agreed to
become Holters' wlfa last March, but
no time was fixed lor the weddlnK. the
says she is willing to become Hollers
wife, but that "lie shunned and avoided
It Is alleged young Hnttora now Is
engaged to another woman, whose
name is unknown to the plaintiff.
Miss Clay says that in the latter part
of May she came to Cincinnati expert
ing to become Holtcrs' wlfo. Hlio al
leges she Is soon to become a mother.
Statistics ihow that In the early days of
American colleges about one-half theKrwu
uales adopted the ministry aa a pretension.
At the present time only about I per cent
of lh. coHeuc cra-ntrs become mlnlftT.
OIL BELIEVED NEAR VALE
M. F. Loy Thinks Gas In Abundance
Also Is to Bo Found.
That there is oil in abundance In
the vicinity of Vale is the belief of
M. P. Loy, of Vale, who is in Port
land for a few days visiting his daugh
ter. Mrs. W. T. Pangle.
"Oil and gas were djs,qpvercd In this
field several years ago, said Mr.
Loy. "Various companies were devel
oping the field and testing the land,
but were prevented from proceeding
as far as they Intended by the 'Blue-
Sky law.' One company has armed
'Two years ago gas was found at
2200 feet, near Ontario.
"Five oil and gas companies have
consolidated in this locality, bringing
together five standard oil rigs and
0,000 acres of oil and gas lands.
SAILOR HELD FOR ASSAULT
Carla Colombo Faces Charge as
Kcsnlt of Brawl. ,
Carlo Colombo, a sailor, was bound
over to the grand jury by District
Judge Jones yesterday for assault with
a dangerous weapon. The assault is
alleged to have occurred in a sailors'
brawl between Colombo and Herman
Peterson Sunday night. Teterson was
badly cut with a knife.
Pat Kennedy and Harry Davies were
held under $500 bonds each as wit
Compag-nle General Tranaatlantlqaa.
Sailings for HAVRE
LA TOTJRAINE Jan. 23, 3 P.M.
CHICAGO Jan. 30, 3 P.M.
NIAGARA Feb. 6,3 P.M.
ROCHAMBEAU Feb. 13, 3 P.M.
FOR INFORMATION APPLY
f W. mlna-vr. SO tb st.l A. I. Charltaa.
255 "MorrUon st.l IS. l. Taylor, C. M. tt.
r. KT.t IKiraey u. omiin. i an p.i -NI.el.fnn.
IOC :fd at.i II. Dlrkaon. 14 Waah-
Incton at.) North Itank Koad. fttb and Mark
sta.) F. 8. MrrarlanO, Xii and Maaalnttaa
t.) K. B. Vail J. m Id 1'ortUnd.
OLD PRISONER ASKS TERM
Man, 4 5, in Jail 25 Years Wants
Another Sentence for Theft.
NEW YORK. Jan. 4. When John
Murray, prematurely gray, stood In the
line of prisoners before Judge Malono
in General Sessions Court recently ne
"Get me out of this," he said to As
sistant District Attorney bmith. 1
want to be sent away.
Murray, who said he lived at 10SO
Madison street, pleaded guilty to grand
larceny. He admitted having served
of his 45 years in prison.
"I have been a crookvever since I can
remener." Murray told Smith. "I never
had a home except the inside of
prison. I have eaten every Christmas
dinner for the last 20 years as a guest
of the state.
Judge Malone sentenced Murray to
Sing Sing Prison lor nve years, warning
him that if he ever again were con
victed of crime he would be sent away
as an habitual offender for the rest ot
HEIRESS ASKS HEART BALM
Miss Nancy Clay Says Salesman Pld
Not Keep Marriage Promise.
CINCINNATI. Jan. 4. MIks Nancy
Clay. 20, pretty heiress of Paris, rwy..
daughter of a wealthy stock raiser of
that city and one or tne aescenaants oi
he famous Kentucky Clays, filed In the
LOS ASGBLKH AND SAX D1EUO
S. S. ROANOKE
halls Wednesday. Jaa. IS, at T. M.
NORTH rACLIIC BTBAMSnrr CO.
Ticket Office 'relht offkns
1Z2A M H. fl t Aortania, Kt.
Main 114, A 1B1 I Main blu. A
S. 8. BEAR MAILS S P. M.. J AS. la.
The Man Kraarlara at Tortland S. - te..
Third and Washlngtoa Sta. (with 0..f. K.
: C.. let Marfc.ll 4MHI. A ltl.
COOS BAY LINE
Sails from Alneworth dock, Portland, I P.
M. every Tuesday Kratsht and tk aet office,
lower Alnsworth dock. R a C. B K. M. I. In.
I. H. Keatlna, Ant Phnnea laln wnu A
i333. City Ticket Office. eO hlxlh ft. C. w
Sttnser. A3t. Paone Mar.hall 4&Q0. A U1
TAHITI AND r:W ZKALANn.
Reaular throurh aaallna tor Kr'lneT ia
Tahiti and Welllnaton from fan rrauelaro,
Feb S Mar. X Mar. SI. and every li .
Band for Pamphlet.
Inloa Meamahlp Ca. of Maiaaa.
Office ' Market atrea. Ma
or local . S. and H. H. aaa.
r LIKE A
LAM PORT ft HOLT
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