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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (April 6, 1915)
THE MORNIJfG OEEGOXIA1T. TUESDAY, APRLL 6, 1915.
REPORT IS ADOPTED
Merchants Exchange Will Con
tinue to Deal in Futures.
MARGINS TO BE REQUIRED
Advance of Two Dollars Per Ton oil
All Cereals Sold for Later de
livery Is Specified In
The Merchant' Exchanga derided yester
day to continue trading In futures and lo
require that margins be put tip in all audi
The special commute Appointed to re
vise the rales submit ted Its report, re com
mending that In all trades in futures the
margins shall be 6 cent per bushel on wneat
and $2 per ton on oats, barley and mill feed.
the buyer and seller each to make tbeae ad
vances. On prompt delivery aalea, tta ques
tion of margin will be optional with either
Tha association unanimously adopted the
recommendation of the committee and the
new rules will go Into effect as soon as the
matter can be put Into shape.
The wheat market was firmer all around,
but not very active. Sale on the exchange
10.000 bushels prompt Russian 1.22
700 ton Mar oat 33-M
100 ton prompt aborts 24.00
The red wheat brought 1 cent more
than was paid for the same quality on
Saturday. Other wheat bids were generally
from 4 to 3 cents higher than at the close
of last week. The firmness was largely
reflection of the strength at Chicago, where
buying of May wheat for export caused
material advance. There was ome local
demand from mills. California 1 taking
flour here and Is also Inquiring for milling
wheat. The tonnage situation continue
trained and no Immediate relief Is In eight.
Calling ship are asking 65s and steamers 7fi
There was more business in oats than for
some time past and the 'market was 50 to
76 cents higher. Interior holders of oats
are not 'Offering. The barley market was
Local receipts, in cars, were reported by
the Merchants Exchange as follow;
Wheat. Barley. Flour. Oats. Hay.
Portland. Men. .IS 1 2 2 8
Year ago... 4 2i 2
Seas, to date. . 15.47ft IX.Vt 174 J 1851 1785
Year ago..-14.l 247 23W 14.7 2367
Tii'omi at.. 7 11
Year aro... .! 1 8
eas. to date. . 3.."71 .124 73 2S0
Year no... 8.110 ttSil .... 407 i!13t
Seattle. Frl... S 2 5 I 14
Year ago... ft 1 S t
Sea, to date.. 7.19 1027 1945 1069 &0O1
Year ago... .-5 1744 1120 4477
WHEAT STOCKS LEFT IN CANADA
lo minion, at Last Report, Had 38,700,000
Bushels to Export.
Frm a recent memorandum report of the
Dominion census and statistics office It ap
pears that the wheat and flour (stated in Its
wheat equivalent) In Canada on February 8
was. In round figures, about 60,000,000
bushel. It Is estimated that 44.230.000
bushels, of this will be needed for Dome con
sumption and seed, leaving; 35,750.000 bush
els for export.
Notwithstanding reports to the contrary.
Broomhall's advices are to the effect that
the acreage planted to wheat In France will
be much under last year, and where planted
prospects are only fair. Scarcity of labor
was an Important factor. The government
continues to distribute wheat, and this serves
to keep prices down, and much of this 1
dona at a loss. Military authorities continue
to requisition oats from stations as well as
farms, and Import arrivals are rapidly going
Into consumptive channels.
Other foreign crop conditions are sum
marised by Broomhall as follows:
Germany Weather Is fairly seasonable
and all advices report a large area planted
to wheat. Flour prices will he reduced from
April 1. Prices for potatoes slowly ad
vancing. Russia Recently there was severe frost,
with partial snow cover over a wide area.
The outlook for Winter crops is favorable,
while It te predicted that there will be a
decrease In Spring acreage of 10 to 15 per
cent. Grain prices are firm all through the
Roumania Weather and crop outlook fa.
Bulgaria. Crop outlook favorable, with an
India Harvest weather favorable, while
dryness continues In Late district. Harvest
ing confirms a good yield of fine quality.
Wheat la not being offered for sale, while
other food grains are cheap.
Argentlna Weather is now favorable, but
recent damage to quality from heavy con
tinued rain Is being confirmed. Argentine
shippers are estimating the surplus at 80,
000,000 bushels, but our agent gays about
Italy Weather Is seasonable and com
plaints regarding the crop are few. The
. yield will be much under normal.
North Afrlcsj Crop generally are report
ed a looking welL
Chile Harvesting was disappointing and
Importation 1 necessary on a large scale.
Free purchases have been made In Ar
gentina. LARGE CUT IX THE VISIBLE SUPPLY
Pecreaee of Nearly Three Million Bash els In
The weekly wheat statistics of the Mer
- chants' Exchange show the following
changes in the American visible aupply:
April 8, 1MB 39,323.00rt 2.ttt2000
April . 1W14 51.802.000 1.77?. 000
April T, 1013 50.771.000" SWitt.OOU
April 8. 1012 4ft.767.0rtO 1.27.V000
April lO, 1911 3C.180.O0O 1,372.000
April 11. 1010 29.211.000 108.000
April 12. 10O0 S4.SA3.0OO 1.270.000
April 15. 190 37.703.000 1,035.000
April 15, 1907 51.179,000 1,520.000
April W, 1006 4tJ.150.000 174,000
Figures for the quantities on passage are
not available and weekly shipment statistics
are incomplete. Argentina forwarded 5.42,
00o bushels la ft week and India 86.000
X.OOM1S STRAWBERRIES RECEIVED
Oood Supply of Cabbage I Pot on Sale.
Tomatoes From Florida.
A shipment of strawberries was received
from Loomis. CaL. yesterday. They were
in fair condition and sold at 84.50 per
crate of 24 baskets. Part of a car of
Texas berries will be on hand today and
they will sell at the same price.
About 2S ram of cabbage were put on
the market. There was a straight car of
Winntngtadta which sold at 3 cents in
small crates. Fiat Dutch cabbage brought
1 V cents.
A car of Florida tomatoes arrived lata
In the day. The steamer Roanoke brought
a small assortment of California vegetables.
Poultry Scarce and Firmer.
There was very little poultry on the
market yesterday and. with a good de
mand, better prices were obtained. Hens
sold at 15 and 16 cents. Broilers weigh
ing 1H to two pounds were quoted at 25
and 27 cents, and fryers weighing SH to
three pounds were quoted at 1$ to 0 oenta
The best white ducks were worth 18 and
15 cents and Runners 12 and 18 cents.
Pressed meats were also In light supply
aad steady in price.
Kgg sold at the quotations that pre
vailed at the close of last week. No
changes were announced la dairy produce
Demand for Hops) Ceases.
The demand for all kinds of hops has
aeased aad untfl the foreign situation clears
ta market Is not likely to revive. The
(only deal closed tn Ore ran In the past
week, so far a known, was the sale ty
Prince Mill, of Dundee, of 106 bales to
H. L. Hart at 124 cents.
Yakima Mop Tard Pictured.
An txceptionally handsome souvenir has
lust been issued by McNeff Br., of this
city. It is a view, in five colors, of one of
the firm's large Yakima hopyards. The
picture shows In skillful detail row after
row of full-grown hop vines, heavily laden
with ripened hop, in the distance are the
large hophouses and dryers snd the hilly
scenery of the country forms the back
ground. Bank Clearings.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were a follows:
Portland Sj.lsJ.n7 8297.048
Spokane III .I".: 601. 61.418 .
PORTLAND MAKKII QUOTATIONS
Grain, Floor, Feed. Etc
Merchant.' Exchange, noon aesslonr
AVHoat Bid- ASK.
Rluestem ,--s ;"
Red fife Vir
n... N7n 1 .hit. feed 3'2.,.t ..l.2.
Rurlev No. 1 feed 2.".00 'Jtl.OO
Mrv blneatem 1-3 1
May fortyfold 1.2 Vi 1.80
Mar club !;
Mar Red Russian 1.--M i
Mar red fife 1.24
May oath "'-'0 ..J. in
May barley 2...00 -'"')
May bran 2'1." -4 -i
M short 24.00 2S.00
FLOUR Patent. IT a barrel; atraljhta.
xft 50: -whole wheat. S7.2U: cranams, f.
MILLFEED Spot prices: Bran, $28.50 per
ton; shorta. Z8.50: rolled barley. 3183.
CORK Whole, $35 per ton; cracked, M
HAY Eastern Oregon timothy,- l415;
Vallev timothv. $12 12.50; grain hay, 1108
12; alfalfa. tl2.50alS.50.
Fruits and Vegetables.
T n.. Inhhtn. 1 notation.
TROPICAL fr'RL'ITrf Oranges, nav.ls. $30
2.7. per box; lemons, :i.003... per box.
bananas, 4Hc per pound: grapefruit. t'iH
4.2n; pineapple. 7Vi &Sc per pound; tanger
ines. $1.251.75 per box; blood oranges.
$1.30 per box.
VEGETABLES Cucumbers. hothouse
$1.50 per doren; peppers, 303Tc per pound;
artichoke. 7oS5c doren; tomatoes. $5 per
rrnt. rahbar.. lfiSc er Dound: celery.
$4.."r0 per crate: cauliflower. 75c $1 per
dozen; head luettuce, per craie, iiu.-
house lettuce, 75eS$l per box; spinach,
per pound: rhubarb. l-i3c
per pound; asparagus, whit., $1.2591.73 per
box; green, 9luc per pound; eggplant, 3uc
per pound; peas, 11012HC per pound.
GREEN FRUITS Strawberries, $4.50 per
crate: apples. 60c$1.50 per box; cranber
ries, $11 12 per barrel.
POTATOES Oregon. $1.2501-EO per sack;
Washington, $1.251.50; n.w potatoes. 10c
per pound; sweet potatoes. 8c per pound.
ONION3 Oreson, selling price. 75c per
sack, country point.
SACK VEGETABLES Carrots, $1.50 per
each; beet. $1.50 per sack; parsnlpa. $1.25
per sack; turnip. $175 per sack.
Dairy and Country Produce,
Local Jobbing quotations:
EGGS Fresh Oregon ranch, case count.
18trlK--c; can,dled. 19c per dozen.
POCLTRT Hens. 13Hlc; broiler. 25
2Tnc; frver. lS20c; turkeys, dressed. 22
6-230; lWe. lisc; duck. 1213c; geese.
BUTTER Creamery, prints, extra. 2ttc
per pound in cae. lots; --,! more In less
than cate lotr. cubss. 28 25c.
CHEESE Oregon triplets. Jobbers' buying
. MnnH r n h Aock. Port-
land;' Young Americas, 'lSiio per pound.
veal i-ancy, iimw iiw
PORK Block. 8tt g o per pound.
Local Jobbing quotations:
SALMON Columbia Rlvar one-pound
tails. $2.30 per doxen; half-pound flats,
$1.5; one-pound flats, $2.50; Alaska pink,
one-pound tall. $1.05.
HONEY Choice, $3.25 per case.
HUTS Walnuts, lC24c per pound; Bra
xll nuts, 15c; filberts. 13824c; almonds. 23
024c: peanut. 6-c; eocoanuts. $1 per
doxen; pecans. 19 20c; chestnuts. lOo.
BEANS Small white. 61ic; large white,
BKc: Lima, ttc; pink, 896c; Mexican, 61c;
COFFEE Roasted. In drums, 18H33i4e.
SUGAR Fruit and berry, $6.70; beet.
$8.50; extra C $6.20; powdered. In barrels.
$8.35; cubes, barrels. $7.10
SALT Granulate!. $13.50 per ton; half
ground. 100a. $10.73 por ton; 50a. $11.50 per
ton; dairy. $14 per ton.
RICE Southern head. 6 "ft 6 Sic: broken,
4c per tjound; Japan style. 65i4c .
DRIED FRUITS Apples. &e per pound;
apricot. 13915c; peachea. 8c; prunes. Ital
ians. 89c: raisins, loose Muscatels. 8c; un
bleached Sultana. 7c; seeded. 8$c; dates,
Persian, 10c per pound; fard, $L65 per box;
currants. 8 12c.
Rops. Wool, Hides. Etc
HOPS 1014 crop, nominal; contracts,
HIDES Salted hides. 13c; salted kip.
13 vc ; salt'd calf. 17c; irreen hides, 12c:
irmn km. 13 vtc: green calf. 17c; dry hide.
24c; dry calf, 2flc.
wool fciastern urecon. coanw, vs-'i
Eastern Oregon, fine, 1820c; Valley. 24
MOHAIR New clip. 2931c per pound.
CASCARA BARK Old and new, 4Vjc per
prt.ts Drv lona-wooled pelts. 16c: dry
short-wooled pelts. 13c; dry shearings, each.
i i pc . sailed Biieiii ma., " v -. ,
floats, long hair, each, 18c: dry goat ehear
ngs. each, l20c; salted sheep pelts,
April, $12 each.
HAMS All sixes. 17H18ttc: skinned. 17
18c: picnic. 12c; cottage roll. 1 13iao;
broiled. 1928c. . ,
BACON Fancy. 27 28c; gtgndard, 239
24c; choice. 1722c; strips, 1714c.
DRY SALT Short clear backs. 13i&15o;
exports. -XiiSVSc:- platea. 11 9 18c.
lard Tierce basis: Kettl. rendered,
12 He: standard, 12c: compound, 8o.
BARREL GOODS Mess beef. 23c; plate
beef, $24.50; brisket pork. $28.50; pickled
pigs- feet, $12.30; tnpe. $.50 11.60; tongues.
KEROSENE Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons. 10c; special drums or bar
rels. 13Hc: cases. 17V4 204c.
GASOLINE Bulk. 12c: cases. 10c; engine
distillate drums. 7',-ic: cases, 14c; naptha,
drums, 11c: cases, ISO.
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels, 73c; raw,
cases. SOo; boiled, barrels, 77c; boiled, cases,
TURPENTINE In tanks, 60c; In cases,
67c; 10-case lots, lc less.
SAN FRAJiCISCO PRODICK MARKETS
Price. Current In the Bay City on Fruits,
SAN FRANCISCO, April S. Butter
Fresh, extras. 23c; prime firsts. 22ic; fresh
Eggs Fresh extras. 211ic; fresh firsts.
lS-c: selected pullet... ISc.
Oiieese New. 8$fl3c; Young America.
13c: Oregon. 14c.
Vegetables Bell peppers, small. 293c:
lame lOSTISc: chile. 3j?5c: hothouse cu
cumbers. $2.76'33; peas. 3'7c.
Onlona California-Australian brown. Sue
$1: imported Australian. 3.7."4.
Fruit Lemons, Sl.GOC 4..10: Mexican limes,
$4.; Oranges. $l2: bananas. Hawaiian.
$1 23iff2; pineapples, Hawaiian. $23.50: ap
ple. Newtown Pippins and Oregon Reds.
OOWdOc; other varieties, 35 75c.
Potatoes River Burbanks. $1.1031.40;
Oregon Wonders. $1.301.6.-.; Oregon Bur
banks. l.401.75; Idaho. 1.131.60; new.
6o pound. ,
Receipt Floor. .0 quarters: barley. 703o
centals: potatoes. 430 sacks; hay, iui tons.
NEW YORK. April 5. The market for
cofr. ruture openea m ...' " 1 ' ' - -points
this morning under scattering
f . . i - uttlA tru). anlllnff. Olier-
lmrs were well enough absorbed to give the
market a steadv tone at the decline, but
there waa no aggressive buying and the
close was net unchanged to 5 points lower.
Sale. Hiwi nag. ip"'x "-ii'r ;
June. 6.23c: July, 7.R3c; August. 7.3c;
September. 7.44c; October, 7.51c; o'io-:
ber. T.oic; iec.mi-.i.
F'prZjjyTFx-i: c; Santos No. 4,
1C,There were u quotations from the pri
mary markets, .
SAVANNAH. G April . Turpentine
firm 44 He sales, 107 barrels: receipts. 160
barrel; shipments. S7 barrels; stocks. al.
Rosin firm. Sales. S1S4 barrels: receipts.
4" barrels: shipment. 470 barrels' stocks.
100 !6J barrel. Quote: A. B, C. D. E. $S 05,
F $3 12',: G. H. $3.15: 1, $3.:0; K. $3.30;
it. $4: N. : WO, $5.4; WW, $S.S0.
Hop. Kte at Xew York.
NEW YORK. April 5. Hops Quiet: state
rommnn to choice. 1914, 11915c; Pacific
Coast. lflU. 12014c; 111. 9 C lie.
HIGHEST OF YEAR
Stock Prices Soar With Re
newed Pool Activity.
STANDARD ISSUES FIRM
Bankers Report Demand for Over
HaJ.f of Fifty Millions of French
Xoles Other Foreign loans
Are Being Xegotlated.
NEW YORK, April 3. Revival of pool
activities in numerous speculative special
ties helped to swell today operations on the
Stock Exchne to a very large total. Rep
resentative shares moved up a well, some to
the highest level of the year. Thi wa
true of such potential leaders as Union Pa
cific, grangers and Canadians, while trunk
lines and some "of the cotton earn ing roads
participated in lesser degree.
United States Steel for the first time In
some davs reasserted Its leadership, selling
as high as 50H. its best quotation since the
latter part of January. Bethlehem Steel
rose over 4 points to the new record of f2
earlr in the session, but lost all Its rise
before midday.. Towards the end It was
rushed up, this time ascending to 92V4, at
which price it closed.
Automobile shares, equipments and a mix
ture of secondary industrials rose from 1 to
5 points, but some of these advances were
obliterated towards the close. Missouri Pa
cific's comparative weakness was attrib
uted to the belief that a heavy assessment
will be levied against the atock under the
forthcoming re-organlxatlon. The most
erratic of the Industrials was Cuban Ameri
can Sugar, which rose 7 points to 70 at the
outset, declining to 62 later.
' Bankers reported a demand for over hair
of the $30,000,000 of French one-year notes,
recently taken by a syndicate, and con
ferences bearing upon other foreign loans
were renewed with Intimations of definite
announcements later in the week.
Tout sales of stocks amounted to 670,300
Bonds were Irregular, coppers alone show
ing strength. Total sales, par value, aggre
gated $2,682,000. United States bond were
unchanged on calL
NEW YORK STOCKS.
' Sales High Low Close
Alaska Gold 177 36 34. 35H
Amul Copper... 26.000 63 .63V.
Am Beet Sugar 2.900 46 4o 45H
American Can. 5.100 32V. 31 V4 31 J.
Ant S & Rfg... 6.400 68! 7Vi 67?
do Pfd W.
Am Sugar Rfg. S00 108 107 lObVa
Am T & T 7i0 llfl 11H U9V4
Amer Tobacco.. 600 233 223 229
Anaconda M!n. . 8.900 .10 20 29
Atchison 5.700 1001, 100 100VJ
B 0 7.100 73V 72 V4 Ti
Brooklyn R T.. 7.200 91 90 M
Cal Petroleum.. 1,200 18: 13?, 18U
Can Pacific 4.1O0 165 16S1,, 163V,
Central Leather 3,000 33i 35V4 85V4
C 0 2,500 45 46 45 Vi
O a W 2.4O0 12 1 12 12
C M & St P.... 2.1.00 90 87V, 90
C : N W 2O0 127'., 127 127 H
Chino Copper... S..100 40 30 Sl
Colo F &l 3,700 29 28 29
Colo Southern.. 300 30 29Vi 29Vi
D & R G 7Vi
do pfd .- M
Distillers' Seen. 600 7 V, 7 6
Erie 33.100 28 27 27 Vi
Gen Electric... 2.200 149 145 148
Gt Nor Pfd 3.200 119V, 119 11
Ot Nor Ore etfs 7.400 36 34V4 85
Guggenhm Ex 54 V,
Illinois Central- 108
Inter Met pfd.. 15.000 70 68 8
Inspiration Cop. 2,171 29 2S 2
Intnl Harv 96
K C Southern.. 3,000 23 24 24
Lehigh Valley... 400 137 137 137
L 4c N 200 118 113 118
Mex Petroleum. 8.700 72 70 70
Miami Copper.. 5.500 24 24 24
M K & T 7,100 14 13 13
Mo Pacific 17.600 14 13 15
National Biscuit 200 110 116 116
National Load.. 3,300 64 62 62
Nevada Copper. 2.400 13 13 13
N Y Central... 4J0 S6 85 85
N Y N H & H. 4,700 61 60 60
Norfolk & W.. 30 103 10S 103
Nor Pacific 4.300 107 106 106
Pacific Mail 30O 2" 20 20
Pac T & T 900 28 20 26
Pennsylvania .. 2.000 107 107 107
Pull Pal Car... 200 lr.3 153 133
Ray Cons Cop . 1.700 20 1! 20
Reading 28.000 147 14il 146
Rep I & S 400 23 23 23
Rock Island Co 700
do pfd 600 1 1 1
St L & S F2pfd 6
So Pacific .... 14,000 88 ST'.i 87
So Railway ... 3.600 18 17 17
Tenn Copper .. 400 30 30 30
Texas Co 5C0 13S 136 137
Union Pacific. 627 128 126 127
do pfd o0 80 80 80
U S Steel 726 50 4!) 49
do pfd S00 106 lt'6 11
Utah Copper... 9,300 57 57 57
Wabash pfd 3
Western Union. 1,700 66 65 63
West Electric. 21,ini 75 73 75
Mont Power 600 33 r.2 32
Total shares tor the day, 670,300.
V B Ret 2s, reg. 9SiN Y C G 3s... 79
do coupon . 9sNor Pac 3s 63
U S 3s. reg 101 do 4S 92
do coupon 101 Wis Cent 4s 93
U S N 4s. reg. .109V4ISO Pao Con 5s. 98
do coupon. .. .110
Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW YORK, April 5. Mercantile paper,
3c; Bterling exchange, steady; 60-day bills.
$4.7965; for cables, $4.7875; for demand.
$4.7950. Bar silver, 50. Mexican dollars,
3. Time loans, firm; 60 days, 22:
90 days. 2 3; alx month. 3. Call
money, steady: higlv 2; low. 1; ruling
rate, 2: last loan, 2; closing, bid 2, of
fered at 2 .
SAN FRANCISCO. April 5. Mexican dol
lars. 38; drafts, sight. 3c; do, telegraph. 6c.
Sterling, 60 days. 4.77; demand, 4.79;
HOGS ARE DIE HIGHER
CATTLE STEADY AT NORTH PORT
Best Wethers Advance Quarter, With
Mr; lit Offering Day Receipts
There was a good display of livestock at
th. yard yesterday, but the run was not
as large as usual on Monday. Trading wa
fairly active throughout the day. The cat
tle market was steady, as compared with
last Monday, hogs were a dime higher and
wethers advanced a quarter.
About) 23 full loads of steers were disposed
of at prices ranging from $6.60 to $7.75.
Only two loada of sugar-fed stock brought
the top quotation. The bulk of steer sales
were at $7.25 to $7.35. The best cows
were taken at $6.65 and $6.70. and calves,
heifers, stags and bulls sold at going prices.
The movement in the hog division wa not
as free a customary, but buyers paid $7.50
for the best light etock, a gain of a dime
over last week's close. Most of the sales
were at $7.40 and $7.45.
Open selling in the sheep house was lim
ited to a load of top wethers at $3.2$ and
a small bunch of lambs at $$.
Receipts were 658 cattle. 5 calves, 1521
hogs and 925 sheep. Shippers were:
With cattle Scott Wells. Carlson, 1 car;
Walla Walla Meat Company, Lowden, 4
cars: Moreland & Wolf, Merldan, 3 cars;
Mace & Milks, Nam pa, 1 car; R. C. Mills,
Nampa. 8 cars; Simon Llnd, Richmond,
Utah, : cars; L. V. 8t. Clair, Burley. 1
cars; Stewart & Burkhart, Emmett, 2 cars:
Stlllwell St Proffit, Haines. 2 cars; same.
Stanfield. 1 car: H. Y. Blackwell. Ontario,
1 car; Frank Sailing. Stanfield, 1. car.
With hogs First National Bank of Valler,
Conrad, Mont.. 4 cars; V. Bursell. Central
Point. 1 car; Sol Dickerson, Welser. S cars;
Ed Coles, Haines, 2 cars; D. E. Meyers,
Imbler, 1 car..
With sheep Prank Core. Echo. 1 car.
With mixed loads L. E. Trowbridge.
Sheridan, 1 car cattle and calves; A. F.
McPhee, Wlnlock, Wash.. 1 car cattle, hogs
and sheep; O. H. Lawson. Parmar. 2 cars
cattle, calves and hogs; Joseph Cunha,
Echo. 4 cars cattle and sheep; J. W.
Chandler. Union Junction. 1 car cattle and
hog; George Coles. Joseph, 1 car .cattle,
calve and hogs; Elgin Forwarding Com
pany, Joseph. 1 car hogs and sheep; J. I.
Hackett. Wallowa. 1 car cattle and hoga.
The day'a sales were aa follows:
Wt. Price. I Wt. Price.
6 hogs ... 215 $7,451 1 steer ...1050 $6.25
15 hogs 109 6.751 2 steers ... 9o 5.50
100 hogs ... tr.a 7.40; 23 steers ..ine 7.30
1 hog .... 3S0 6.95i 3 steers .. 9S0 fi.75
4 hog ... 120 S.75 1 steer ...1040 50
96 hogs 1S9 7.43i 25 steers ..1170 7.25
21 hogs ... 265 6.OI 1 calf 120 8.00
2&Ao ... 4 i.v : calves .. xtu .uv
1 bull .
1 bull .
35 steera .
1 cow . . .
5 cows . .
1 cow . . .
2 cows . .
1 heifer .
. . 970
. . S0
. . 990
50j 74 wethers
00. 90 hegs .. .
25! 79 hogs . .
Taj1 1 hog . . .
001 94 hogs . .
50 7 hogs ..
. . 211
. . 850
2 hogs . .
11 hogs ..
2 hogs .
87 hogs .
25 16 hogs .
25 26 hogs .
60r 24 steers
75! 27 steers
301 25 steers
.. 30 7.
251 2 steers
00, 13 cows
Prices current at
the various classes
Beet steera ......
Choir, steers .....
Medium steers ...
Medium cows . . .
Wether R.f, ............
. ... 6.00 Si 6.
.... 6. 00S.
.... 5. 0 6,
" ..' ' ,4.0097.00
Omaha livestock Market.
SOUTH OMAHA, April 5. Hogs Receipts
7000 slow. Heavy. $.10.70: light. $6.42
St.80; pigs. $5.60 6. 60; blk of sales.
Cattle Receipts 4100. active. Native
steer. $6.2567.75; cows and heifers, $5
6.75: Western steer. 367.50; Texas steers.
(3.807.10; cow and heifers,, $4.S$(.40;
Sheep Receipt 13.000. steady. Yearlings.
8.50fc!9.15: wethers, $7.758.60; lambs,
Chlcag. livestock Market.
CHICAGO, April 5. Hogs Receipt 36.
000. slow, 5c under Saturday's average
Bulk, $6.806.90; light, 6.54J6.95; mixed.
$6.60.96: heavy. $6.6O6.0; rough. $.a0
6.60: pigs, $5.60196.60.
Cattle Receipts 11.000, firm. Native
steers. 5.90B S.SO : Western. $5.507.4o;
cows and heifers. $2.80ep7.8O: calves, $69.
Sheep Receipts 13,000. weak. Sheep, $7.30
8.30; lambs, $7.75 10.05.
NEW YORK, April G. Tin Quiet and
nominal: five-ton lots, 47 .Sic.
Copper Firm. Electrolytic, 16c; casting,
Iron steady. No. 1 Northern, $14.2519
14 60- No. 2. $1414.50: No. 1 Southern,
$13.75 14.25; No. 2. $13.75 14.25
Lead and spelter Nominal. London, holi
day. Dried Fruit a Now York.
NEW YORK, April 5. Evaporated apples,
dull and nominal; fancy. 89c; choice.
78c; prime. 77c. .,-,.
Prunes, steady: Calif ornias, . 410o;
Peaches, easy; choice. 45c; extra
choice. 683c; fancy. 6&6c.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK, April 3. Raw "ugar quiet.
Centrifugal. 4.77c: molasses. 4.00c Jned
steady. Cut loaf, .80c; crushed. 4JJ0C
mould A, 6.35c; cubes, o .-"'vV,n'i
powdered. 6.03o; powdered, 6.00c, fine
granulated, 0.90c: uiamona a, o.mv, ......
fee ll on em' A. 3.80c: No. 1. 5.65c.
Chicago Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO, April 5. Butter, higher;
Eggs Steady; receipts, 17,829 cases: at
. . 7 ia 1 axLf ordinary
mam; cases inciuucu, , . 7. ,'--flrsts.
17V. 17c: firsts. 18igl8c.
ROAD FINANCES PEND
CAPITALISTS DISCUSS MONEY FOR
Other Companies Said to Show Interest
la Proposal, Believing Offset
to Canal Nearer.
BOISE, Idaho, April 6. (Special.)
That there Is a big deal pending which,
if closed, means that the money neces
sary has been raised for construction
of the Boise-Butte-San Francisco Kail
road from Butte via Boise to tidewater
at San Francisco, was the authentic
information given out here today.
Conferences with financiers of .prom
inence in this country and foreign rep
resentatives of big financial institu
tions have been in progress for weeks
at San Francisco and Los Angeles.
It is given out on the same authority
that several of the larger transconti
nental railroads are lending aid and en
couragement to the construction of the
road. They are said to include the
Great Northern, Northern Pacific, the
Burlington and the Chicago. Milwaukee
& Puget Sound. While three of these
roads have Northwestern Pacific Coast
terminals, a cutoff to San Francisco to
tap the South Pacific Coast Is expected
to do much towards meeting the water
way competition of the Panama Canal.
$1 WHEAT BY FALL IS HOPE
Eastern Oregon Farmers Expect
Good Prices at Harvest Time.
oivpt) - A nHl 5 fSriectal.)
With two large contracts for -wheat in
Umatilla County at a dollar a bushel
reported, farmers in this vicinity are
holding their grain at this price and
expect to get it at harvest time. Some
think it will go as high as last Win
ter, while some are even more opti
mistic Reports from all parts of Ba
ker and urani counues euuw mo...
Is a larger acreage than ever and with
the rains of the last week the yield
an acre promises to be greater than
any yet known.
n -fi.a fafmAra &Ttt DloWinCT UP
hay fields and planting grain, the prin-
cipal crop 01 wmtn m
were only a few cases of damage by
. . j 1 rr it, Win for because of
light snows. The early rains cause be
lief that despite me sma.11 muuuui m
snow In the hills there will be enough
rain to make grain and hay raisers In
dependent of irrigation. The outlook
for rye and barley, at war prices, is
briht Hay raisers also expect big
crops with prices better than last year.
COLUMBIA FISH PRICES SET
Canners and Cold Storage 5Ien Re
duce Kates on Large Chinook.
ASTORIA, Or.. April 6. (Special.)
The Columbia River salmon, packers,
both oanners and cold storage men,
have set the prices to be paid for raw
fish during the season which opens on
May 1 at the following rates. Small
or cannery chinooks, 6 cents a pound;
large or cold storage chinooks, weigh
ing 2S pounds or more, 7 cents a pound;
marketable steelheads, 3 cents a pound;
bluebacks, 4 cents a pound; shad, 1 cent
a pound; sturgeon, 5 cents a pound.
The principal changes from last sea
son's figures are a reduction of one
half a cent in the price of large chinooks
and an advance in the dividing point
between what are known as small and
large chinooks from 25 to 28 pounds.
The reason assigned for these changes
is that on account of the war the ship
ment of cold storage or pickled fish to
Germany has been curtailed, and the
market for that variety of the cured
product is not encouraging. A similar
reason Is assigned for cutting the price
for steelheads 2 cents a pound.
Kelso Cleanup to Begin Thursday.
KELSO. Wash.. April 5. (Special.)
Arrangements are practically complete
for Kelso's cleanup days. Thursday,
Fiidav and Saturday. Kelso people
are planning to turn out en masse. The
city will supply teams to haul a'way
192 hog . .. 140
50 hogs ... 136
154 hogs ... 194
26 hogs 176
EXPORTERS BUY MAY
Active Foreign Demand Lifts
DAY'S GAIN OVER 2 CENTS
Available Stocks of Wheat in United
States Are Reduced Three Mil
lion Bushels in Past Week.
Foreign Outlook Sot Good.
CHICAGO. AdHI S. Exporters buying
May delivery here, at Minneapolis and Kan
sas City today lifted the price of wheat. The
outcome was a firm close, c to 2c
abova Saturday night. Corn gained c
to o net, oats finished c off to c
up and provisions down oc to iuc.
-Seaboard call of the Mav option drew
sharp attention to the extreme tightness of
the available stocks of wheat. The weeKiy
returns on the domestic visible supply were
of decided asslstar.ee to the hulls, the total
showing a bid falling off, nearly 3.000.000
bushels. Trans-Atlantic reports of unfavor.
able weather and crop conditions counted
further against the bears.
Oorn gathered strength chiefly from
wheat. The cutting- down of the visible aup
ply figures had some additional Influence to
ward bringing about an upturn.
Oat advanced with other Train, but re
acted under selling by pit traders. Bulls
were hampered In the slowness of cash de
Lower prices on hogs forced provisions
downgrade. Buying wa only scattered, not
withstanding gains In tne exports ol tara
and of meats.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. . Lotr. Close.
May $1.64 J1.5S U.6 fl.G
July 1.22 1.21 1.22 1.24.
Sept 1.10 1.11 1.10 1.11
May .75 .73 .72 .72
July 76 .76 .70 .75
May .67 .57 .6 .E
July 64 .64 .63 .63
Sept. 46 .47 .44 .46
May 17.00 17.10 16.7 17.02
July 17.R5 17.62 17.47 1T.6S
Sept 17.70 1 7.95 17.70 1 7.85
May .'.10.07 10.10 10.05 10.06
July 10.36 10.40 10.22 10.22
May 9.90 9.9S S.92 9.92
July 10.25 10.27 10.32 10.35
Sept 10.66 10.65 10.62 10.63
Primary receipts Wheat, 604.000 vs. 6J.
000 bushels; corn. 25,000 vs. 777,000 bush
els: oats. 943.000 vs. 688.000 bushels. '
Shlpmont Wheat. IS3.00O vs. 422,000
bushels: corn, 476.0OO vs. 5Z4.000 bushels
oats. 810,000 vs. S02.O0O bushela
Clearances Wheat, J86.0OO bushels; corn.
62.000 bushels; oats, 736,000 bushels; flour,
60.000 barrels. -
Holiday at Chicago tomorrow; election
day. . .
Foreign Orals .Markets.
BUENOS ATRES. April 6. Wheat. to
1 higher; corn, higher; oats, unchanged.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
M1WKA POt.IH. Asm 5. Wheat May.
C1.4R: Julv. J.1.42: No. 1 hard. Sl.54:
No. 1 Northern. $1.50 S 154 ; No. 2
Northern, l.4ii l.ol.
Barley lid m. 74c.
Other Eastern Grain Markets.
ST. LOUIS. April 5. Wheat closed. May
(1.491.49; July $1.18 tj l.18.
DULUTH, April 6. Wheat closed. May
8152 asked; July $1.46 asked.
WINNIPEG, April 5. Wheat closed. May
$1.53; July 81.51.
Oats, May 63 c; July, 63 a
KANSA8 CITY. April 6. Wheat closed,
May $1.46 ; July $116.
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 5. Spot quota
tions: Walla walla, $2.27 02.3U; red Rus
sian, $;.25S7 2.27; Turkey red, 22.30
2.32; bluestem. $2.3533.40; feed barley,
81.32 1.35: white oats, $1.77 1.80;
bran, ;272S; middlings, $3223; shorts,
Call board sales;
Barley, May $1.30; December, $1.82 bid,
Paget Sound Grain Markets.
SEATTLE. April 5. Wheat Bluestem,
$1.28: fortyfold. $1.27: club. $1.2; fife.
$1.24; red Rufslan. $1.20. Barley $25 per
ton. Tnsterday car receipt wneat ll,
oats 2. barley 4. hay 15, flour 9.
TACOMA. April 5. Wheat Bluestem,
$1.20; fortyfold, $1.25; club, $1.24; red
fife, $1.23. Car receipts Wheat 7, hay 11.
DAIRY SESSIONS ON TODAY
Milk Inspection Phases to Be Dis
cussed by Mtotherhood Association.
Dairying and milk inspection in all
its phases will be considered at the
annual convention of the Pacific North
west Association of Dairy and Milk In
spectors, which opens at 9:30 today at
the Imperial Hotel and continues until
the closing: banquet Thursday night.
The convention, which is expected to
attract 200 or 300 persons from various
parts of the Northwest, including- some
of the leading: milk and dairy authori
ties in the United States, will be called
to order by Dr. D. W. Mack, president
of the association. Mayor Albee will
give a short address of welcome.
"The programme for the session this
afternoon will be:
Meeting called to order at 2 o'clock.
"What the State of Oregon Is Doing to
Eradicate Bovine Tuberculosis," Dr. w. H.
Lytle, State Veterinarian. Salem. Or.; "The
Inspector Whose Man Is He?" Marshall
Dana; "Co-operation of the Milk Inspector
and the Producer," J. 17. Dorman, Chief of
tne western Dairy investigations, suit Lake
City- Bacteriological Analysis of Milk." T.
D. Beck with. Professor of Bacteriology of
the Oregon Agricultural College, Corvallls,
Or.; "The Production of Good Milk From
th Producer's Standpoint," B, V. Ellington,
Professor of Dairying, Moscow, Idaho; "The
Production of Certified Milk," C. W. Orton,
RAINS DELAY SPRAYING
Wenatchee Growers Prune Heavily
to Prevent Burdening.
WETATCHEE, Wash.. April 5. (Spe
cial.) Wet weather has Interfered se
riously this week with spraying; oper
ations, but it cleared Saturday, how,
ever, and the work has been resumed.
On the theory that nothing but extra
fancy fruit should be produced in the
Wenatchee district, there will be a more
thorough spraying than 'ever before
with both lime-sulphur and arsenate of
Growers also have pruned heavily
so as to prevent the burdening: of the
trees. Fruit authorities agree that
every variety of standard apples is
fruiting: unusually heavily. There does
not seem to be an exception. Old Wine
saps, particularly, promise a bumper
crop. A few apricots are out and
peaches soon will be in bloom. The
weather Is ideal for this time of the
INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL URGED
Judge Stevenson Wants Separate
School for Boy Offenders.
Municipal Judge Stevenson advocated
lijo rnuiuiioiiuicu - j j .j -
industrial school to care for the youns-.
i t i i j - v .&
er. criminals, in an aumcao uciwiw mo
Portland ministers at their meeting in
v tut c. a vfstflrrlav. Judsra Sta-
venson favors instruction in the trades
and professions for first offenders.
oucn an insTiiuuop am sam, wuuiu
THE Oldest Bank in the Pacific
Northwest cordially invites your
account Subject to Check or in its Sav
ings Department, with the assurance
of courteous treatment.
Corner "Washington and Third
cost only about 110.000 and Its returns
would be many times over tnat amount
to the county."
Judge Stevenson also urged that some
provision be made to care for diseased
The ministers voted to send an in
vitntlnn to the Gideon Association to
hold Its National convention In Port
land In July. 1916. The Gideon Asso
ciation Is. an org-anliatlon of traveling
FRUIT GROWERS ELECT
Shipping Operations IMwunscd by
CENTRALIA. Wash.. April 6. (Spe
cial.) A well-attended meeting- of the
Washington Fruitgrowers" Association
was held In the Commercial Club rooms
Saturday afternoon, plana being laid
for malting- the 1915 fruit and berry
season profitable to every member of
the association. Just before the iren
eral meeting- the officers of the associa
tion met with the beads of the express
companies operating- throug-h Centralia
to discuss fruit shipments. Last year,
for the first time, the entire local out
put waa marketed at a profit to the
growers, due largely to the co-operation
of the companies.
Officers elected were: 3. O. Norton,
president: C. B. Kreher. vice-president:
A. .1. Milem, secretary and manauer.
and Elchard Jones. A. J. Milem, Charles
Ives. Dan Wiler. C. B. Kreher, Frank
Relslnger, A. N. Deno and J. O. Norton,
APPLEGROWERS TO BUILD
Exchange at Hood River Plans
Warehouse and Storage House.
uAAn uivco rr Anril 5. (Spe
cial.) Having been unable to conclude
arrangements with tne Apple uru.ti.
i.,!ntinn fof. th if.aHe of a portion of
its warehouse space, the Fruit Growers
..rkii.h Viaa contracted with
the Northwestern Fruit Exchanga to
handle its fruit for anotner year, win
erect a storage house in this city and
: 1 1 v.. I1J wLahnilCtt In the Odd!
Will UUI1U fc " " ' " . . ... .
community on the Mount Hood Hallway
line. AVhile the members of the board
of directors have considered the mat
ter, plans as yet have hot been acted on
by the growers.
W. F. Gwinn, manager of the North
western Exchange, who had been at
Mosier attending the annual meeting
of the association there, met members
of the Hood Klver Exchange Friday
DUNDEE WOMEN RAISE $141
Money Will Be Added to $800 on
Hand for Building Hall.
DUNDEE, Or.. April 5. (Special.)
Pk. wm.r. rinh nf this Dlace. held
a successful Easter sale Friday. A fine
j(.nini, nf r,Aor!twnrk and more than
75 hand-made garments were disposed
of. The canay Doom ana variuun
attractions. Including a cafeteria din
ner, netted the club $141. which will
be applied to the fund for building a
More than $800 cash has been sub-
: .... J 1 .U. rinnntlnna of Inhnr. And
a public hall In Dundee will be a reality
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
POSTLAXD, April 5. Maximum tem
prature .". B dmrees; minimum, 2.0 de
grees, klver reading. 8 A. M., . feet:
change In last 14 hours, 0..1 foot fall.
t..i r,hrmi p M. to S P.M.). none:
total rainfall since September 1. 1!14. .'o.J
Inches; normal rainfall since Soptembor 1.
37 HI Inches; deficiency of rainfall sine
September 1, 3914, 12.09 Inches. Total sun
shine. hours 30 minutes; possible sun
shine. 13 hours, tjaromeirr itoumu w
level), 5 t. M.. 29.119 Inches.
hie n 2.
I : i
00 s N iCIoiidy
oo'rj NW cioiwly
00-. 4 SE lOear
0(ii 4 N Clear
,0n. .;. .. jnoudy
no! 6 NW Cloudy
00 g NW Pt. cloudy
M! 6 SE iCIoudy
00 12!N (Moudy
oolotSE ,Pt. cloudy
.001 8 SB ICIear
,00 4 W ;"lear
00, 6W .Main
(III1 NW'.Pt. cloudy
m! 4 SE il't. cloudy
Kansas City ..
Las Angeles . . .
Nsw Orleans .. .
001 Stf i-loudy
00 1 4 SW 'pt. cloudy
0014 SE irioudy
001 8 NWiClou.ly
00 4 PR (Clear
North Head ..
I 72 0
I 60 0
.001 4 W clear
On' 8iW ( loiMiy
341 4 VV !'loudy
00 :) W iCIear
00 4 NW, Clear
not 8tiW 'Clesr
0(M 8 NW. Clear
02'20 F? -(Cloudy
00 2C W ICIear
on' t N Pt. cloudy
Salt Lake ,
San Francisco .
Spokane v . . . - .
ool H'N Pt. elouilv
(kV. 4'K .Pt. Cloudy
oo s sW icioudy
Walla Walla ...
00 6, SE Clear
oof 4KB Icioudy
04.. .. .. H lr
A well detinea aiHurusnco io crnii.i
Utah the baroiilcter is relatively hlfth alons
ie rsorin i-i;ini. v -
l(rh over the Atlantic States. LtKht rain has
fallen In portions or .aM.oi,u
Utah, Colorado and Southeastern Idaho. Tha
temperatures era ahove normal In the North
ern Ktaics anu uc.uw uu.. -
States. . ...
The conditions ara favorable for fair
weather in this district Tuesday eacept In
Southeastern Idaho and Northwestern -Washington,
where It will be showery.
Portland and vicinity Fair, westerly
winds. , .
Oregon air, westerly winua.
nr..ki... c. i - , . v ahowers north
west portion; westorly wlnda
Idaho Seniors Admitted to Bar.
t-v-rtTTT bsit v ou IDAHO. Anrll t.
(Special.) Six aenlore of the Universi
ty law school passed the examinations
before the Supreme court oi iaano at
Lewiston last week and have been ad-
i a .A th. Yitir- Th a iirr.eaaf ul men
Tnh n HT IT. VAT-W nhOrlftH K. Hfm-
weic juu" ... ...... ... . ------ .
InB. Georse Hear, lieorge ijonari, jonrui
I Phillip ana isaac picudubb(.
r... t Vfire-nn returned home from
Lewiston today and highly compli-
mentefi tne young lawyer.
Orandview Frnlt Crop Promlslny;.
ORAXDVIEW. Wash.. April's. (Spe.
clal.) The orchards of this district
I lir sf ifli'iisjsiV"iiiiiiii sjiii 1l si s lit mil - -
will be In full blossom next week, and
already g-lve promise of a bis crop.
Fears especially look welt
NEW DORMITORY PLANNED
Episcopalian Propoao Building on
Site at Slate Tniveralty.
EUGENE, Or.. April 5. (Special.)
The erection of an Episcopal dormitory
near the university rsmpus will be giv
en consideration In the near future, ac
cordinff to the Right Rev. Walter T.
Sumner, bishop of Oregon, following
a consultation with the university au
thorities this morning.
Three years ago the Episcopal Church
purchased the corner property on Thir
teenth avenue and University street,
opposite the men's dormitory, surround
ed on three sides by th university
campus and buildings, for this purpose.
Cowlitz Fair Expected (n Angnat.
CENTRAUA, Was-h., April 5 (Spe
cial.) It Is expected that the 191 S
Cowlltn County Fslr will be -held at
Woodland the week of August 30, the
week following the Southwest Wash
ington Fair. This will permit CowliU
County farmers to exhibit at both fair
and In addition will allow the Wood
land management to pick some of the
best of the local exhibits for their own
Gives most effi
cient service for
of years with
Compagnle tlenenile TranMtflantlqu.
Sailings for BORDEAUX
ROCHAMBEAU Apr. 17, 3 P.M.
LA TOURAINE Apr. 24, 3 P.M.
CHICAGO May 1,3 P.M.
ESPAGNE May 8,3 P.M.
Foil INFORMATION APPLY
C. W. Stinger. 80 Stll st.t A. I). Charlton.
t&i MirrlHon M.' K. M. Taylor, C. M. A Ml.
P. Rv. lrM-y B. Smith. 11(1 3d at.) A. C.
Sheldon, 10O ad lU.t II. lllrkoon, 84H V-h-Ington
st.1 North Hank Koad, rlh and Mark
sta.; F. 8. MrKariand, .Kl and a-lilugwa
sts.i . B. Duff J. 124 d St., Portland.
Jlfil Honolulu and South Seas
SrlMt Ms 7l )"et 1 (
"VENTURA" "SONOMA" "SIERRA"
lO.COO ton AU.RM-!I me.nr-( Bated LIo).Ik i1 Al)
$110 Honolulu 5235.!! $yr. $337i0
V.. Unnnlnlil ABrll tl Anrll ? 7. MV II.
June -22. July Au. J-17-;!l.
For Sydney April 11, May 11. June i.
July 6, auk. 3. Aug. 31
73 Market tit- tas I rVH'ln.
LOS ANOELKB AMI SAN DIF.I.O
S. S. ROANOKE
Bails Wednreday, April 7, at P. M.
NORTH PACIFIC BTKAMHIIIP CO.
TlcUet Offlre l Freight Offlre,
lzgA Sd bl. I Foot Norlhrup Ht.
Main 1314. A 1314 I Main 62U4. A Hit
Via HONOrVtU M4 vva
"NIAtiAKA." U,uut) ton d.tplac.mMi
Sallinir every IS day from Vancouver, H, C.
Apply Caaadlan I rifle Itatlwajr t.. M 14
fct-. rorttaiitl. Or., or to lii- lanaOi 4a
traUr4n ttoyal Mail Llna, 440 tutwur au
MH,vutert U. C. -
BA MIA, 1 1 M Jrinr.m",
MOVTBV1DKO AND UOSAKIO
Frqnt rnUtuKii from Ntw York hy nw
nnrt fat 1 J.5ni-ton) paawnKT 4tmr.
BLSK A DAMF.I S V.fn. Ata BrotMl-
Doner B. mth. Third and Waahlnftoa
ft.. of l oml Ayta.
Ml Ii JILM4 M?U.
S. B. BEAVER SAII A. M., APBIb T
The San Kranrlwo Pertlaad S. a. re.
Third and Hacliina-toa him. (wltll O.-W.
R. N. Co.). Tel. Marshall at0. A U L
Ball Direr Far
8A FBAJit'l.tCO. IOI AUtXU ASD
Today, 2 P. M., April 6
BAN FRANCIUCO, PORTLAKO
LO AM.lvl.CS BTKAMSU1P CO.
FRANK UOLUAM. Aent.
II Third B-trea-t. A . Mara t4.
COOS BAY LINE
Sail f rasa Alaswvrtb Dock. Parllaad,
8 A. M. Friday. Krrtgkt aad Ticket
Offiea, Alaavrortll lM-k. Pbuaea Mala
SMM, A-XUX Cil Ticket OllU-e, NO
Bt. rkaars Marshall 45O0. A-1S1.
PORTLA NO at COOS UA B. . LI 5fM
NEW ZEAI-AND AND SOt'TH BEA8.
Regular, throinh saiiina lor Bydney rle
Tahiti and Wellington from ban Francisco.
April J. Mar 3. June It. and every Si
davs. fiend lor psmpnlet ....
Colon Btaamanlp C., of New Zealand,
Otrlra 67K Market etraat, ttaa Iraaclaua,
or local &. 8. aad U. S. aealv
V Khmv PLACE Of SOUTH AHDi.tr