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TIIE MOUSING OREGOyiAN. TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1915.
RATE GOT Oil LONG
WHEAT HAUL ASKED
Farmers Fear Shortage of
Carriers and Blockade on
L. Northwest Shipments.
LAND ROUTE IS PROPOSED
XVrrearI Tonnaje Not dpccted bf
Mariner. Nor Tied action la Trr
enl Railroad Charts to Jlftt
trr Danger Prcdrrtfd.
TVheat farmers la tha Inland Empire
fesr they will not ba abla to market
all their bU crop this year. They hav
n Idea thera will t a scarcity of ton
nage to mova tna grain to Europa
through tha customary channela ana
they prnposo to forestall a possible
wheat blockade, to ask tha railroads
to lower their tariffs temporsrily. so
tha strain may be transported across
the Continent and transshipped irom
Chirac or Nasr York or. soma other
.Atlantic port to Europe.
Shortaae of Sblpa laiarohable.
As to any scarcity of bottoma to
carry thla year'a crop or wneai aortrna,
. the fear seems to be unfounded, ac
cording- to shipping men here. Mora
ships and steamera bare oeen cnar
tered already than were available at
thla time last year and plenty more
are to be had with tha wheat crop lit
tle If any lancer than a year aao. As
compared with this data two yeara ao,
the fleet under ensraaement now Is
per cent larger and it Is twice as
larse as tha chartered tonnage of three
There are ten mere grain carriers
tinder charter for new-crop loading to
day than were available on tha corre
sponding date last year, and they rep
resent a gain of :t.I0: tons above what
was In sunt at this time last season.
At the Jlrecflanta Exchange there are
41 Teasels listed for Portland and fully
three-fourtha of them are expected tp
be here before January 1. and most of
- them will bo dispatched between early
In September and the last of Novem
ber. They represent a combined ton
rage of X.S13. In port there are two
ships for grain of 2314 tons. A year
ago today thera S ships listed for
Portland of a total of .:; tons, but
Included In that list were 13 German
hips of I5.0S tons that could not be
made available because of tha war.
While three of them proceeded here
they remain In tha river, having been
Interned by their owners on arrival,
and the othera were held In ports
where they chanced to be whan war
Rates Higher Taaa Before.
Ocean freight rates, however, are de
cidedly higher than they were a year
ago. and here is where tha farmers are
most concerned, as tha Increased cost
of transportation must come out of the
price of wheat. A year ago freights
were about 30 hillings for steamers
and now they are 5 shillings. Port
land wheat prices then were about the
asms as now. Tha English market, of
course. Is higher than it was at that
la the past few months freights have
advanced at a rapid rate, whereas the
wheat markets of Europe have de
clined. The result has been an even greater
drop in Pacific Coast grain prices from
fie exteremely high quotations that
prevailed In tha middle of last Winter.
It is the hope of a repetition of those
high prices that Is causing the farmers
t- hold back now and turn down offers
bewd Profit Predicted.
flraln prices have not been estab
lished vet" said T. H. Wilcox, presi
dent f tha Portland rlourln- Mills
Company, yesterday. "But tha present
conditions will admit of remunerative
prices to the farmers or about so to a
rents, .which Is greater than tha aver
age prire received by the growers last
Tear. The movement of Kastern wheat
to market will begin In volume In
August, and Eastern prices are likely
to go-lower. It Is the movement of
Kastern wheat that will nx pricea In
European markets, and freight rates
will fix the price of wheat in the in
faarreo Are tasspared.
"Freights are about S shillings now.
and soma owners are asking more.
Last season, when wheat was selling
here at about SI.o a bushel, freights
were around 4') shillings, and the Eng
lish cargo market was 19 shillings
higher than today. I ran see no chance
to secure a reduction in freight rates
at present, nor any particular object
for tha farmera to hold wheat for $1.
The Idea Is that wheat will ba higher
between this date and January 1 than
It wtll ba after that date. Foreign
buyers do not care to take bold of dis
Grain men here do not believe the
trans-continental roada will lover their
rates to such a point aa to make It
possible to ship wheat to Europe by
the overland route. A reduction from
e V to 54 cents a hundred has been
made, effective August IS. and they
think tnia la all the roada wilt grant.
Water Declared Only Roate.
"Wheat will continue to go from the
Tactile Northwest to Europe by water,"
raid r. YV. L. MaeGregor. of the grain
department of Balfour. Guthrie Co.
"Against the present high ocean freight
rate of S shillings, it would cost 100
.shillings to transport tha grain over
lend, and. in addition, there would be
tha difficulties and expenses of grad
ing, cleaning, handling, transshipments,
etc Ocean freight rates on tha Atlantic
are ascending as they ara on tha Pa
To get grain to Europe by way of
. Chicago, it Is pointed out. the farmers
- of this section would have to meet
. pricea In the Middle West and compete
with tha grading there. September
wheat In the Chicago market yester
day was quoted at I1.07H for Septem
ber delivery. In Eastern 'Washington
it cents wsa bid.
Traeaportatloa Cast High.
With the rate of 30 cents a bushel
that is soon to go Into effect, this
wheat, when It reaches Chicago, would
cost T cents more than Mississippi Val
ley grain. Therefore, to get the markets
on a parity, the railroads would have
to make a radical reduction in their
tariffs. Whether they will consent to
do this to meet the emergency remains
to ba seen. At any rate they will pnt
It up to the railroad companies.
Tha grain trade of the world is pretty
well adjusted thla year to war con
ditions There Is not the speculation
there was last season, and pricea ara
likely to be more uniform throughout
tha period of active trading than was
the case last year.
In tha lata Summer of 1911. the Port
land wheat market stood at about 95
cnta. The advance was steady until
the middle of February, when bluestem
sold at I1.C3!,.
Dertlae Coea aa Steadily.
Then the decline set In and It con
tinued almost without interruption
until the close of the grain year.
The new seeson Is opening again at
about tS cents.
One British ste.mer to bt cleared
during tha latter part of August. 111,
was h. r.m iv which was started
for- the t'nlted Kingdom with wheat
AnmnmW St mnA iha obtained a rate Of
9 shilling's, with bluestem wheat then
.. k. - tT Mnfa huahel and
club wheat at 17 Vi cents. 'The Brit
lh steamer Saxon Monarch got awai
. . a v. vllh whM
oeptemoer is iui cuivm -- - -and
her charter was dona on a basis
or lis CJ. witn Diuesiem wnwi.
.nrlh tl Al ni flat. 94 CentS.
Jannarv 21 the ' Brltlrh steamer
Hermiston was dispatched and her rate
was 4IS fa. oiuriirra wiio
. . i c A -I..H 11
qooiea nere at i- - -
The Norwegian steamer Christian Bors
sailed April 21 for the United Kingdom
ana ner grain carsw .-.-
basis ef TO shillings, blustem being
men i.!t mua ...
May IS tha Mexican steamer General
T. Peanuelra was sent to Australia
with wheat on a rata or amino
and the. Portland margex eiooo.
. . . . I 1 A a- -l tl K
Djiiraicin m "J - - - -
Today grain freights for steamers
are ti smiling, wnico is m iwe.
figure accepted, although owners of
the British steamer Highbury, new
Idle at Kan Francisco, ara reported
to be asking 100 ahllllngs. fclnce Jun
17 chartering of sailing vessels ha
. . mi f r-m T h
neen ovui at . . -
Cardonla and gprlngbank wera fixed
..... . . uiit.lAJ THapp.
t S smiling, me uv.i.mm. - -i.i.nlr.
and Bavard at SO shillings.
l-. v.ti .t 11 Id.. November loading, or
SO shillings for December.
2-GENT ADVANCE IDE
FROST. HIST AXD BAD WEATHER
LIFT CHICAGO WHEAT.
Ralaa Delay Movesaeat ef Wlater
t'rep Conditions lafaverable la
t'aaadlaa Grata Celt.
rmcioo. Aos. J. rreet. black rust asd
mmt weather left no chance today for the
tears la v.aeai. The market closed stroos
al aa ad.ance of 10 to l-o '
ranee. Corn wound up elth a gain or
to e and oats wvwe to wvwe.
visions finished unchansd to 1-bo nisne..
I M.i.tt arruloo-J moderate reactions,
wheat fculls ad the advaotase Utrousbout
the day. At the start reports oi we.
...iK.r .1. m. and of delay to the move-
mii r t he winter eroo formed the chief
Int. near that caused the maraet to !'
yubaequently news of 'sharp frosts In the
Canadian wheat Irtit sti.nuutivu iai
here, dilll later a dispatch irora a momi
ran rw-et telltnr of black rust on every
stalk lu tbo fleldsof velvet chaff around
Farso. JS. Ifd to the strongest aa.ance
of the session. The cioeo was at the top
most poiat reached. '
Corn was swafed mainly by the strength
of wheat. Bearish crop estimates, though.
were cfTec-tlve to some extern in cnecauag
In tha ojtts market flrmnese resulted from
reports of ralo la connection ltb the har
vest. Illinois, Iowa and Nebraska sent many
com plal nl or the grata sprouting In the
liisher prices for nogs tenaea to nil pro
visions. Figures en contract stocks here
turned eet to be larger than had been, gen
Xaeading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. I. sr. Close.
Sept l.ii l.tiJ' l-sii 1.0!
Deo 1.01 1.011, 1.0. i. 1.0
Sept. .714 .11 .11 ,1t
IMC ...... .slit .si .S- --is
Sept. :H .H -I"
IXC it's .est .k
XI ESS FOKK.
ept. 1JT. 1S. 1I"S 12.10
Oct. IXS H.I K.0O
Sept. SIS S.PJ 12
ucu .: .ii ..
Sept. M S2 t S 0 50
Utt. S.: . . !
cash prices were:
Wheat No. x red. 11.10 V. O Llt'.i ; No. 2
hard. Il.lllif l.HS.
Corn No. 1 yeuosr. Tfinsejic; -o,
Harler t Tc
l-lover tl-IS-f 11-Ii.
Chlcaso. primary receipts Wheat. 1.477.-
Oeo vs. I.4S.0o bushels; core, m.Oim vs.
m oo bushels; oata, ojooe it Z.I1S.SO
Shlrments Wheat. I.20S.OOO vs. 2.43S.OO
bushels: corn. OOO tt 271,009 bushels;
oata, J12.B09 vs. tSl.OOt bushels.
Primary clearances Wheat, 257.000 bush
els; corn, bushels; eats, 7000 bush
els; flour, H.tXO barrels.
MINNF.APOLja. Aug. 2. Wheat Sep
tember. December. ftt: No. 1
hard. 21-42 a i "- 1 Jorthern. 21S1VO
I. 4I; No. 2 Northern. ll.;n.iLlV.
Kasera Grala Markets,
KANSAS CITT. 'Aog. 2. Wheel closed:
September. l.sj); iecember. ei-s.
WIXNlPEf, Aug. 2. Wheat closed: Oc
tober. ILOth; Uecember. tl.4.
PUI.UTH, Aug. 2. Whest closed: Sep
tember, 11.02 asked; iMcember. 11.01 is
T. T-Ofl?. Aur. 2. Whest closed: Sep
tember, tUfil December.
rala at ess Fraarlaee.
SAN TRANCISCO. Ail. 2. Spot quota
tions Walla. 21.77 nfr l.SO: red Russian.
II. 71 l.to: Turkey red. 21.2Strl.t0; blue
stem. 21.VOBl.i: feed barley. l.sml.:
white oats. fl.4(tl.7S; bran. 2.50
:7.:; middlings; 2)2022; shorts. HJ.iOty
1citi board Barley, December 21.S bid.
r-Off-t Sound Grain Market.
re i mus. - -
7r; Turkey red. 5c: forty-fold, tie; club,
Jc; fife, tic; red Russian. 0c
Itariey .a.is per ..
Yesterday's car receipts Whest 7. oats 4,
barley 2. hiy 10, flour 1.
TACOMA. Aug. J. Wheat Bluestem.
c; forty.fold. :c; cluh. lc; red fife, tie.
r receiot Whest It. barley 1. corn J.
oats 1. bay 2U
SAN I KAN CISCO PKODVt E 2L4BJLETS
Prices Carreat In the Bay City ea Fruits.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 2. Buttter Fresh
extras. 7c: prime firsts. !5Ht
Kz(S Fresh extras, 0tc: pullets. S4He.
Cheese, new. 8tfl3c: Young Americas, lift
4jl2V,c; Oregona. 1H1I.
Vecetsb'.es rtuumer squash. SStySOc:
string and wax beans. 14'-: llmaa. U3c.
tomatoes. 2f2c: cucumbers. ISOeOc.
Onions Red. S53.'; yellow, to 60c.
Fruit Lemons. i:J!'.; oft grsdes. 7."c4t
IJH; grapefruit. 2-.7'e3.M: oraneee. S36
2-7S: bananas. Hawaiian. 75c 21.10; pine
apples. Hawaiian. l;00; apples. Alexan
ders SOtsoe: Uravenateln, -ic 21.10.
Polatoee Delta. 6ioc; sweets. So Sc.
Receipts Flour. 7740 quarters; barley. 1,
300 centals; potatoes, 3&0 sacks; bay. 1M
COTTON CROP WII.I.. BE SMALLER
This Year's Yield Eatlmsted at About
WASHINGTON. Aug. 2. This year'a cot
tea crop will be approximately 11.270.027
equivalent to 5 eo-pound bales, compared
with 12.124. 30 bales last yeas. That esti
mate unofficially calculated, la based on
the Government's condition report of 72. 2
per cent. Issued todsy, snd official figures
0f acresse and normsl yield. Whether the
crop wtll be sreater or leas dependa upon
rowing condition from now until plcklns
time. Condition by atatee: Virginia. 72;
North Carolina. 7: South Carolina. 71;
Georgia. 7t; Florida. 72; Alabama. 71;
Mississippi. ": Louisiana. 72: Texas, 74;
Arkansas, 20: Tennessee. 20; Missouri, 22;
Oklahoma. 42; California, t.
NEW TORK. Aug. 2. The msrket for cof
fee futures wss asaln very quiet, end. after
opening unchanged to polnta lower, prices
shoved practically no change, with the cloe.
net unchanged to a decline of 3 points. Saiee
were only 2710 bass. August. CaSc: Septem
ber. SiSc; October, tVS8c: November, tt.l'Jo;
December. .ooc; January. 6 aic; February.
.70c; March. 7Jc: April. e.uc: May. .oc;
June. awc; July. tMt
spot coffee essy. Rio No. T..THe: Santos
Xo. a. sic. Cost snd freight offers were
Rio exchange en London was 1-2-d lower
at 12 S7-w?d and mllrels prices were un
changed at Samos. but 72 rls lower at Rio.
reported around S.7&c for Santos 4s on ins
Basu of Ssfllaa cridita. .....
Another Advance in the Local
NO SALES ARE POSTED
Farmers Are Xot Selling- at Present
Market, and Receipts at Tide
water Are on Small
Wheat prices were raised again, at the
Merchants Exchange yesterday, but with
out producing business. There Is hardly
any selling movement la the country as
yet. and not enough grata la coming for
ward for early requirements.
Arrivals yesterday were only 91.500
bushels, as against 122.200 bushels received
.on tha corresponding dsy last year. Far
mers are In a bullish frame of mind and
seem to be expecting a repetition of last
year's high pricea. but with the freight
market climbing at the present rate, such
phenomenal quotations aa prevailed laat
Winter appear to be out of the question.
Bids at the board session for September
delivery were advanced 1 to 1 cents, as
compared with Saturday, while offera for
prompt delivery were 2 to 3 cents higher.
The snread between buying and aakea
prices ranged from 5 to - cents.
Oata bids were also advanoed 60 cents.
but barley offers were 00 cents lower than
Saturday's. No sales were posted la either
A Chicago bulletin saya Snow estimates
corn condition at 80.8. Indicating a crop
of J.M0.O00.P0O bushels: the Government es
timate Is 2.S7I.000.OO0 bushels.
Winter wheat threihlng yields 17a
bushels. Indlcstlirg a crop of 0S9.OWJ.uuu
bushels: florin wheat condition 02.4, Indt
eating a crop of 3o0.0O0.000 bushels; String
oats condition 01. S. Indicating a crop or
Foreign crop conditions are summanxea
by Broomhsll aa foMowa:
United Kingdom Crop prospects are lair,
bat finer weather Is wanted.
France Weather generally very unfavor
able, being wet with frequent storms.
Growers are doing everything possible to
expedite harvesting, and military men are
being relieved for this work, but har
vesting and threshing U being seriously de
ls red. Southwest complaints of poor
quality and yields. The total yields of all
grain will be disappointing.
Germany Harvesting is about nnisnea
snd all reports ara of good yields and
Russia All reports are or gooa yieius.
Weather favors harvesting.
Bulxarla Crop outlook satisfactory, and
the government Is" arranging for Increased
export facilities. Much of the crop nss
already been contracted for.
India Weather continues dry and holders
Australia Further rains and crop pros
pects are excellent.
8 pain Crop prospects are tnaintawea anu
the government reports thst a big crop of
wheat will be realised. Importation will
be smaller than last year. Weather favor
able. Scandinavia Recent rain caused some Im
provement, but generally too late. Crop
promise ie not maintained and the yield
will be reduced.
Denmark Recent dryness caused serious
Impairment. Crop will be greatly trader
North Africa Crop promises fair, but
fully IS per cent below expectations.
Argentina Drynsas continuee with rroet.
Terminal receipts, la cars, were reported
by the Merchants Exchange as follows:
Whest my. rrr. osts. bit.
Portland Todsy ... I
Year ago "
Season to date 4WU
Year aco .i48
Tacoma Saturday .IK
Season to date. .....Ml
Year ago .
Seattle Saturday .. 7
ear ago ........ ..
Season to date.. ....223
year ago -"
INCREASE IN V1SIBLK WHEAJ 61TPLY
Moderate phlpmente From Exporting Coun
tries la l'ast Week.
The movement of new wheat Is at least
reflected In an increase la the American vis-
Ibis supply, as shown by the following sta
tistics Issued yesterdsy by the Merchants
August 2, 1913 .6b2,uu0 1.230.IMNI
.,...t 3 1014 rJ.741.OfXI 5.30U.(HN)
August 4. 11 7.7S.OOO 4..-!4o.OH
August 6, 1M2 JH.7el.OoO 727.000
August 7.1911 ei.hJil.0OO 4.5U0.UOU
August 8. 1I0 14.7DS.UoO 2.12U.0OU
August 0. 10t
August lo, lww.. la.Mm.ooo bi'4,ooo
August 1A IW'7 48.4"3.0M 103,000
ugust 13. Ivuo S1,M.UVU i.ou.uuo
Quantities on passage for the United King
dom snd the -Continent compare as follows:
14. 2 4. 000
Last week -
Two Jeers sgo. ..
Shipments of whest from exporting coun
Week Week Week
ending ending ending
- July 21 July ;t Aug. 1. '14.
r s 2 Canada. 4.w.'0i J.os7,ooo 7,337.0oo
Arsenttna 176.000 500.000 SI 2. OOO
Danubian Its.. ........ ov.vv
Russia ....... 13O.00O l.iiMo.OO
Inula..' 1.644.000 1.408.000 OWJ.0O0
Totals. 6.300.000 6.033.000 10.503.000
World's shipments of whest for ths seasos
to dste compare with the same period lsst
sesson aa follows:
Totsl sinew Fame period
S-enm July 1. JO. UII UOn
TJ. 8. and Canada.
Danube. . ';.."
India. S.I3Q.UUU u.iw.uou
Tofa 88.453.000 58.712.0OU
Tha United States visible corn supply de
creased 440.000 bushels snd the oats supply
724. OOO bushels.
Corn experts from inortn America isst
week were 240.000 bushels snd oats exports
wsre 1.724.000 bushels.
LOCAI. CRAWFORD TEACHES RECtUVaJD
Active Demand for California Freestones.
jaeion inws awwe.
A few Oregon Crawford peaches were re
ceived yesterdsy snd sold at 65 cents a box.
Arrivals will Increase from now on. Re
eotpta of local clings hsve become small.
There was a fair supply of California Craw
fords en band and ths demsnd for them
Watermelons sold well at the reducea
price. Cantaloupes were steady and cleaned
up In a sstlsfsctory manner.
Jinn Market for Good Eggs.
The new egg-buying prices wenc'lnto ef
fect yesterdsy. The market for No. 1 stuck
Is firm, with a strong demsnd. but other
grades sre neglected.
Receipts of poultry were smsIL ss usual
on Monday, and sales were made at Satur
day's prices. Dressed meats were quiet and
There mere no new developments In the
V Bank Clearings.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were aa follows:
Portland 1.44.14 13:..o.-,l
3eall.s .................. 2.144,23 205.017
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Grain. Floor. Feed. Eta.
Merchants Exchange, noon session.
Wheat . Bid.
Red Russian - -
N? l'thlte feed -00
No. 1 feed
September fife ...f......
FLOUR Patents. 33 70 a barrel; straights
it' -iini. wheat. sL50: eraham. 85.25.
klLLFEED Spot prices: Bran 327 per
ton: shorts. 828: rolled barley. 827.60
e o.w. . .
CORX Whole. 337 per ton: cracked. 83
"Tt cwm, HmAlh Slttifil?
Valiey timothy. 315: alfalfa. 212.50S 13.50.
Fruits ana Tegetablee.
Twat Inhhinr auota tlons:
Tonpiru. F-RCITS Oranges, valencies.
(4 44.23 per box: lemons. 88.504.50 per
a- taniiu. ba ner voona; imssusm
California. (3.50 pineapples. 7o per
VEGETABLES Cucumbers. Oregon, mo
n? rtirhnk,. ftOo per dosen; tomatoes.
utaiTRo hm- cabbasre. lOle per pouna
head lettuce, $1 per crate: beans.! V4o per
pound: gieen corn, 20c per dozen; game, is
7 Vt c per pouno.
An. . . - ..HrAll UOC fi ft 1 Ir POX;
peaches, 60 005c per box; watermelons, 1
1140 per pouna: piums, wtvn
now apples." Astrachan. 75cll; gravensteln.
si Koati 7. ner dox: Dears. ii,ivm .
grapes. I1.60OU per crate.
FOTATUtS .MW, IdSUVS i -"
ONIONS 73c per sack.
Dairy and Country Frudaen.
Ica1 Jobbing quotations:
ituB omos vurH -
1, 24c; So. 2. '0c; No. 3, 13c per dozen.
johbinr price: jo.
POULTRY Hens, 13Vj14c: springs, 17e:
turkeys, ISOlOc: ducks. SB12c; geese, b
BUTTER City creamery cubes, extras.
27c; firsts. 23c; seconds. 24c; prints snd
cartons, extra; butterfat. No. 1. 28c; sec
ond trade. 2o less; country creamery cubes,
?HEEPE Oregon triplets. Jobbers' bbylng
price, 13io per pound f. o, b. dock, Port
land; young Americas, 14 a per pound.
VEAL Ksncy. 1212V4c per pound.
POKK Block. tc per pound.
i.nrn i jouuios " ....
SALMON Columbia River 1-pound talla.
52.S0 per a ox mi ; a-pounu '
1-pound flats, 32-60; Alaska pink. 1-pound
HONEY Choice. J3.I5 per ease.
NUTS Walnuts, 15&24c per pound: Bra
zil nuts. 13c; filberts. 14024c; slmonds. 10
. - H. i- Mwo&nuta 21 per dos,;
pecan's. 1920c; chestnuts. 10c.
BEANS small wuiie. o. ivs,
5He; Llms. 5e: bayou, 5.0Oc; pinks. 4 0c.
COFFEE Roasted, in drums. 8H44r3e.
SLQAK Fruit snd berry. 36.60; beet.
16.40; extra C, 36.10; powdered In barrels,
I0.S8: cubes, barrels. 37.
. : ui eiRA n.r ton? half-
Bali urw""1"! m- - - -
grounds. 100s, 10,55 per ton; 50s, 811-30 per
ton; dairy. 314 per ton.
RICE Southern head. 6tt36c; broken,
4c per pound; Jspsn style, 65toc.
sprlcots. IStylOc; pesches. 8c: prunes, Ital
ians, BO'Jc; raistna, ww. 1 . , .
bleached Sultanas, 7iie: seeded. 0c; dates.
p.ni.n 100 Der Dound; fard. 81.55 per box.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
wrTtc mil ronlrsctx 13013-Ac: 3814
crop. 14c: olda. 1SW13C. ..
HIDE! l'leU gUMVJ, 1V7.V,
- .0-. Ulrica 11 sTT Shewn
lfte- salted Cetn b':" mi"-
kin. 16c: areen caU, ISc; dry hides, 23c; dry
calf. 27c. , ,,
WOOL fcssieru vircw, --
SS-ScVEsstern Oregon, fine. 18-loj Val
ley. 2630c .. mn -
MOHAIR New cup. om
c A SCAR A BARK Old and new. 4o per
""pELTS Dry long-wooled pelts. 15tte; dry,
short-wooled pelts. 11 Vic; dry shesrUngs,
each. 1015c: salted shesrllngs, each. 15
- rt r gnat. IOUS Uf't, '
lomu shearlings, each. lOSOc; salted long-
wooiea peits. ew
. .. .h.u. aai.. standard.
lSWc; skinned, 15wl8c; picnics. 12c; cottage
oA'.O.I r ancj, Aaibvwvx., ,
I3c; choice. 1722c. ,...
t- . I -t- uhnW .kMlr Wkl. 1214 0150;
exports. 13-4015V4C: platea. 11U12V.C.
LAKO tierce oaais. " . , .
standard, lie; compound. Sic
BARREL GOODS Mess beef, 24; Plate
beef. 82ST brisket pork. S2S.50; tripe, J10.50
(flLwU; tongues, sju.
-- ott... -kit. 4nimi harmls
or tank wagons. 10c; speclsl drums or bar
rels. ltic; esses, 1720c
GASOLINE Bulk, lie; cases,.
dlstlllato, drums. Hit: cases. 71o; usphths,
esses, 77c. bolltd. barrels. I4c; boiled, cases.
ff..nav.Ttve In linki Sic: in CSSSS,
A bl.l J. ...... - '
68c; 10-csse iota, lc less.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
wonnssw 4Ti a.. 49 UaTlmiim tamnra-
tur 78 dffr; minimum, ttO decrees. River
readms. 8 A. M.. X fet; change n lat 24
. . . , .-1 , T n . . 1 nltif.ll T M
nours. ".i loni ii"i - -
to 3 P af ). none: lotal rainfall since Septem
ber 1 1014. 81.56 Inches; normal rainfall
since September 1, 44.50 Inches; deficiency
of rainfall since September 1. 1014. -12.04
Inches iOISi lUDiaine, v mvmi.
possible sunshine, 14 hours 48 minutes. Ba
rometer (reduced to sea level), & P. 51,
ss.o.oo; a i?e
t4 0.0-1 IN
72 0.101 6 N
S2 0.00 10E
70 O.0OI 14'N
70 0.O6I IKE
74 0.12 10 N
24 0.44120 NE
BO O.OHi 4JSK
be 0.0o.:12 SW
bl) U.04 b;E
7 2.2S 1SS
S2l .32I10 N
ho 0.001 8.SW
Los Angeles . . .
62 0.U1! 4 NW
lon O.00'20 W
3A 0.r.o!24 NE
100 0.00 14 E
! 0.OOI A SW
North Yakima -.
B0!0.00: 4 NW
.1 M 0.001 SW
... 102:0.00 10 N
... 11060. 0l 4 W
... M O.OO) SE
...I, 7$'0.00( 8 N
I1...11.W1W " ,
i2'0.00 8'NW Clear
.1 W0.00 RrS ICIear
,.l ! 0.32 4E (Cloudy
.1 RS 0.001 S NWIClear
Sen h ranclsoo .
e o.oo26 siv
94 U.0OI E
looj T. 112 S
lmilo.on 4 N
62 0.04' 8 S
1 74 0.0li 6 NE
T4,0.00 4 N
Tstooeh Island . .
Walls Walla ....
A trough-shsped depression overlies the
Psclflo Slope and a large high-pressure area
Is centrsl over Minnesota. Showers snd
thunder storms have occurred In the At
lantic States, Missouri snd upper Mississippi
Valleys. Ksnsas and In portions of British
Columbia. The rainfall was heaviest. 6.00
Inches, st Tsmpa. Fla. It is slightly wsrmer
in the Northern Rocky Mountain Statea and
correspondingly cooler In Kansas, Nebraska,
Iowa and Eastern South Dr.kola.
Conditions are favorable for showers Tues
day In Northern Oregon. Washington snd
Northern Idaho. It will be cooler In North
eastern Oregon. Eastern. Washington and
Northern Idaho. -
p..ti.in't tnii --'-inity : Tuesday. r showers;
Oregon: Tuesday, fair south, showers
north portion, cooler -northeast portion;
Wsshlngton: Tuesdsy. showers, cooler east
portion; westerly winds
Idsho: Tuesday, tair south, showsrs sad
cooler north portion.
EDWARD A. SEALS, District Forecaster.
CATTLE TRADE GOOD
Active Demand at North Port
BEST STEERS BRING $7.25
Hogs Are Firm, Wltrj Xickcl Ad
ranee Paid forTop Grade Slock.
The Sheep Market Is Quiet.
Day's Kun Large.
There was a lsre run of 67 losds of stock
at the yards yesterday, and an active de
mand throughout the day. The market
was steady throughout.
About 18 full loads of steers were dis
posed of, one prime car bringing $7.23. The
bulk of sales were at $6.65 to $7. Butcher
cattle brourht the established -prices.
In the bog market there was a gain of
a nickel, a bunch of top-grade stock sell
ing at $7.15. The bnlk of the ssles of
avenge weight bogs wss at $7.10.
Sheep trading was on a limited scale.
The most important 'deal was the sale of
a load of wethers st $5.1X1.
Receipts were 752 cattle, 2M2 hogs and
408 sheep. Shippers were: With cattle
H. A. Walllnford. Riddle. 1 car; Banka
Walker. Roseburg. 1 car; L. Lloyd. Joseph,
1 csr: Sol Dlckerson, Weiser. 1 car; Mr.
Sylvester. Roseburg, 1 car: C. A. Gomley,
Roseburg, 1 car: Fred Ball, Condon. 2
cars: H. L. Etanfld, Heppner. 2 cars: C.
A. Johnson," Condon, 1 car; Fred Walsh.
Condon. 1 csr: Roy C. Buckley. Condon, 1
car: J. Nottingham, Grass Valley, .1 car;
J. XL Curtis. Hay, 1 car; J. Ballon, Caa
killa. 1 ear; J. W. Chandler. North Powder,
1 car; Frank Elliott, Baker, 1 car; J. D.
French. Pilot Rock, 1 car; Frank Falling.
Stanfleld, 1 car.
With hogs W. T. Crow, Lexington. 1
car; E. C Rodgers. Rock Creek. 1 ear; W.
R. Jlmmlns. Pomeroy, 2 cars; J. W. Chand
ler, North Powder, 1 car; same. Union
Junction, 1 car; J. S. Applegate. Wallowa.
1 car; Elgin Forwarding Co., Joeeph, 1
car; D. E. Myers. Island City, 1 car; J.
W. Fraxer, Weiser, 1 car; B. Fotheringham,
Jamison. 1 car; S. G. Tunning, parmar.
1 car; W. P. Burke, uurmer. s cars; r.
J. Brown. Baker. 1 car: Walla Walla Meat
Co., Athena, 1 car; S. U Smith. Scappoooe,
00 head by boat.
With sheep W. M. Burrows, North Tsk
Ims, 3 cars; J Dickson, Roseburg, 1 car;
J. S. Flint. Junction City, 1 car; Charles
Bokler, Baker, cars; K. G. Warner. Pilot
Rock. 4 cars; I L. Smith. Lyle, 66 .heed
With mixed loads (osttie ana nogs u.
K. Gore Una, Joseph, & cars: W. B. Hunter,
Lost In a, 2 cars; J. S. Hald, Morgan. 1
car; W. E. Dodd. Haines, 1 csr; D. E.
Myers. Baker, 1 car; W. W. Couper, Union
Junction. 2 cars: William Evans. Pilot Rock,
S cars, cattle hogs snd sheep.
The day's sales were as follows
' Wt Prlce.l W. Price.
1 cow. ..1230 $3.50' 6S hogs ... 200 $li.7.r.
1 bull ...1320 3.501 6 hogs
27 steers .. 736 7.2313hogs
J 1 U.UO
5. 1 5
22 steers.. 1300
7.00, 60 hous 1110
2 steers.. 10SO
19 steers ..1240
1 steer ...1130
25 steers ..1039
2 cows ..1095
1 cow ... 610
7 cows .. 815
2 cows. ..1103
1 cow ...180
1 bull ...1600
4 heifers.. 507
18 steers .1000
2 cows ..1135
4 steers . 912
1 heifer . 800
1 bull ...lOsO
18 steers. .1071
1 cow. ... 10.-.0
1 cow ...1150
1 CO w ... 1 01:3
1 steer . .1070
2 steers .1120
30 steers .1005
16 steers .1021
T steers ..1087
18 steers '..1150
1 cow ... 990
2 cows . . .1080
1 cow. ... 1000
6.50 15 wethers K9
T.002.)0 wethers 1 89
e.r.ni 67 hogs ... 204
5.871 8 hogs ... 280
6.101151 hogs ... 200
fl.OOl 4 hogs ... 320
3.75102 hogs ... 194
5.23 92 hogs
4.001 76 hogs
4.00 14 hogs
5.23 110 bogs
5.751 4 steers
3 steers . . 046
6 steers ..1115
113 hogs ... 172
08 hogs ... 200
1 hog .... 330
lOhotrs ... loo
.MM 21 hogs ... 1S4
6.65 1 hog .... 320
6.63 18 steers ..1212
6.00 4 steers ..1327
6.05 18 steers ..11)74
4.00 1 steer ...10SO
4 501 18 steers ..1300
11 steers ..1154
2 steers ..1250
24 steers ..1215
26 steers ..1140
5 cows ...1062
5 cows ....12S6
2 cows ...1115
32 cows ...1200
2 bulls ...1630
1 bull ....16.10
:n cows ...1121
1 stsg ...1160
6.20I 90 m sheep 80
7.0OI fl m rnlta O.n
Current prices st the local stockvarns or
the various classes of livestock ara as fol
Best steers M uatmi
Good steers O.JS&olsO
Medium steers ........ no !:
Choice cows 6.335.30
Bulls ...................... 3 3o Si .TOO
Light ....... TnnriWT-tK
Omaha livestock Receipts.
n U 1 II 1 An " linn. T , 1 .. .MM
higher; heavy. J6.105j6.SO: light. $6.85
i.oo. uis, u.togi.oi ouik oz sales, X0.Z3
Catrl RMilnla STOO ilHilvtiaMif.rtUM
$7.35r9.50; cows snd heifers', $5.8007.50;
""in ateers, jwtgf b.w: xexas steers,
$6.00C7.40; cows and heifers, $5.507.00;
calves, $0 004? 10 00.
Sheep Receipts 18,000, steady: yearlings,
8.00e7.00; wethers, $5.7506.60; lambs.
Chicago I.iTCstock Market.
CHICAGO. Aug. . Hogs Recelbts 29.00a
fslrly active, 6c above Saturdays average.
Bulk. $6.5007.15: light. J7.1SA7.85: mixed.
$6.4007.70: heavy. $6.107.20; rough. $6.10
BS.K: Pigs. .75e7.W. -
Cattle Receipts 15.000. steady: native
beef steers. 16.20 10.23; Western steers.
16.8088.15: cows and heifers. t3.23r U.2.V
Sheep Receipts 18.000. weak: sheen. XR.10
07.00; limbs, $6.75S.15.
ALL STOCKS ARE STRONG
TRADERS ENCOURAGED BV RISE I.
Trade Reports Are of Favorable
Xatare War Issues Hold
NEW YORK. Aug. 2. In view of the ec
centric performsnces of the market last
week, with its furious speculation in a few
volatile favoritea and evldencee of their in.
stability at the high prices to which they
ere elevated, traders were in doubt at the
opening today which way to turn.
There was no inclination to attempt a
further spectacurar marking up of the war
stocks. Public buying of these Issues and
the amount of demand accumulating over
the weekend was tne smallest of several
weeks. The Initial tendency was to take
profua vrhen opportunity offered, rather
than add to the load of speculstive holdings,
snd the rsther quiet opening wss marked
by small changes.
Ths list grew stronger, presently, as It
became apparent that the war shsres were
holding well snd there was no great press
ure In any quarter. Trading was no longer
concentrated in a group of favorites, but
expanded to all classes at stocks. A com
prehensive rise followed, continuing
through the dsy with no severe setbsck. The
war stocks made good gains, as did coppers,
fertilisers, oil sharea and industrials. In the
railroad division there was a broad snd sub
stantial upturn, which was regarded by
traders committed to the long side as one
of the most encoursging developments of the
dsy. Totsl rales were 600,000 shares.
Further trade reports of a favorable
nature contributed to the strength of the
market. These reports csme not only from
industries -occupied with war orders, but
from various other lines. Railroad stocks
benefited from Ineressing business, as well
ss from the good showing of June returns.
Pennsylvania reported an increase of more
than $1,000,000 in operating Income for
The copper shsres were exceptionally
strong snd sctlve. Although no quotable
change occurred in the rates for copper
metal, there were reports that a further
shading of paces would be msde by the
Isrge producers ,
Speculative bonds moved Irregulerlr. There
was a further .substantial advance In the
coppers and WesUnguous Electric coavert-
iblee Issues.' The market at other points
showed some sensitiveness to liquidetton
from sbrosd Total sales, par vaiua.
$2,400,000. United States bonds were un
changed on csli.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS
Sales. High. Low. bid.
Alaska Gold.... 4.000 '34 824 34
Am Beet Sugar. 5.2O0 67 s 5tS' 56
American Can.. 49.S00 61 87 60
Am Sm & Refg. 7.000 60 it 79 60
do pfd 10J
Am Sug Refg 10i
Am Tel Tel.. 300 122 121 12214
Amer Tobacco - 222
Anaconda Miu.. 13.600 71 69 il
Atchison 3.000 101 va 10 101
Bait & Ohio.... 6,300 60 7 794
Br Rap Transit. 300 65 85 83
Cal Petroleum.. 3,100 14 11 13 ,
Canad Pacific. 4,700 146 144 145
Cent Leather... 1.500 42 41 41i
Ches & Ohio.... 2,700 42 405i 41
Chi Gr West.... 1.200 127 12 12
Chi Mil & St P. 3.300 S2 81 83
Chi 4 X W 200 124 124 123
Chlno Copper.- 4.600 4BT4 43 4
Colo F & Iron.. 6,300 40 30 893
Colo & South... ...... ..... 24
D & R G , 4
do pfd ....... ...... ..... .....
Dlst Securities.. 900 27 26 26
Brie 16.700 '27 i"6 27
Gen Electric... 200 173 172 172
Gr North pfd 11S
Or Nor Ore ctfs. 14.300 42 41 41.
Guggenheim JSx. e.100 63 61 63
Illinois Central 10S
Inter-Met pfd 76
Inspiration Cop. 32,000 34 83 83
Inter Harv 200 104 0S 104 H
K C Southern.. 1.200 24 23 24
Lehigh Valley.. 3.800 144 143 144
Louis A Nash. ...... ..... 109
Mex Petroleum. 4.000 76 74 . 75
Miami Copper.. 1.600 26 26 26
M K & T 3o0 6 6 6
Mo Palfic 2.300 8 2 2
Natl Biscuit 118
Nat'l.Lead 1.200 64 63 634
Nevada Copper. 1,200 14 14 14 Vi
N Y Central.... 600 S 8S ?8
N Y. N H H. 2.9O0 64 62 03
Nor Western. 400 106 103 3 05
North Pacific 107
Pacific Mall ... 800 33 32 32
Pac Tel & Tel.. '-'8
Pennsylvania 2,100 107 106 lo
Pull Pal Car.. 60 161 160 H 160
Ray Cons Cop.. 3.400 23 2.1' 23
Reading 18.100 140 147 140
Rep lr & Steel. . 11,300 43 42 42
Rock Isl Co
StL&SF 2d pfd. 300 5 . 3 5
South Pacific... 5,300 8 87 87
South Ry 13
Tennessee Cop.. 200 17 37 39
Texas Co H .".no tasu t:t7tt
Union Pacific... 12,200 130 12S 12'j
do pfd 400 80 80 80
U S Steel 48,01)0 67 66 67
do pfd 400 111 111 111
Ctsh Copper ..4 10,300 68 65 67
western tnion. TOO 6i s
Westing Elect.. 43.3O0 112 110 112
Crucible Steel.. 21.800 70 Ht 69
Total ssles for the day. 4)00.000 shares.
U S ref 2s. regr-f7 IXor Pac 8s ?
do coupon.... 7 Pac TAT 5s... 97
U S 3s. reg 100Penn cons 4s 102
do coupon.... 1 00 So Pac ref 4s... 84
U S 4s. reg 109 do conv .... 9
NYC gen 3s.ifl3! do conv 4s.... ss
LNor Pao 4s 00ir
S Steel &S....102U
Boston Closing Mining.
Allouex '54'N-orth Butte .... 31
A Z L A S 56 Old pomlnioa .. 53
Arizona Com'l .. 8 Osceola ......... 82
Calumet & Ariz, 64 Qulncy 66
Calumet & H...571 .Shannon 8
Centennial 18 Superior
Cop R C C 56 Tamarack 48
E Butte Cop M. 13 CSSK4M.... 42
Franklin 9 do preferred... 43
Granby Cons ... 84 Winona 3
Isle Royalle (C) 28 Woh'urlM 01 14
Lake Copper .... 144Butte & Sup..... 63
Money, Exchange. Etc
NEW TORK, Aug. 2. Mercantile paper,
$(g3 per cent.
Sterling Sixty-day bills. $4.71; demand,
$4.7610; cables. $4.7675.
Bar silver. 47c.
Mexican dollars, 36c
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds,
Time loans, firm; 60 days, 2 per cent;
00 daya, 23 per cent; all months, 3
t3 per cent.
Call money, steady. High, 2 per cent; low,
1 Per cent; ruling rate, 2 per cent; last
loan, 2 per cent; closing bid, 1 per cent;
offered at 2 per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO. At. 2. Mexican dol
lars. 40c; drafts, sight, .02: do telegraph,
.04. Sterling. 0 days, $4.71; demand.
$4.76 ; cable, $4.77.
SAVANNAH. Aug. 2. Turpentine firm,
S8c Sales, 560 barrels; receipts, 55 bar
rels; shipments, 158 barrels; stock, 23,3ll
Rosin firm. Sales. $23 barrels; receipts,
,414 barrels; shipments, 17S4 barrels; stocks,
59,180 barrels. Quote: A, B, $2.90i.5; C.
D, $1; E. F, S.03; G. $3.10; H, $3.1;:
I, $3.15: K. $.1.45; M. $4.05; N. $1.0; VG,
$5.80; WW, $3.90. '
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW TORK, Aug. t. Evaporated apples,
steady. Fancy, 80c; choice, 7 &)..;
Prunes, quiet. California, 4Hc; Ore
Peaches quiet. Choice, 4 5c; extra
choice, 5(g 5c; fancy, 5-&6c.
Hops, Etc at Sew York.
NEW TORK, Aug. 2. Hops, steady. Wool,
steady; domestic fleece, XX Ohio, 33c.
Hides, steady; Bogctas, 31c Central Amer
NEW TORK, Aug. 2. Spot cotton, steady;
mid-uplands, 9.30c. Sales, 2000 bales.
Duluth Unseed Market.
DULUTH, Aug. 2. Linseed, cash. $1.59;
September, $1.61; December, $1.61.
ORCHARD LOSSES CITED
North - Yakima Owners Cut Trees
and Ask Tax Reduction.
NORTH YAKIMA, Wash., Aug. 2.
(Special.) Amonfr the hundred appli
cations considered by the County Board
of Equalization today for reductions
on account of loss of orchard trees
were a considerable number who have
cut out orchards because the low prices
of the last three or four years have
netted them a loss Instead of profit.
The Board has about 400 applications
for reductions of orchard assessments
to consider.. The largest orchard re
ported today destroyed as unprofitable
was between 15 and 20 acres. Blight,
unfavorable soil or frost conditions ara
other causes of loss.
BIG FOREST FIRE REPORTED
Supervisor and Aides Leave to Fight
Iiytle Creek Canyon Blaze.
LOS ANGELES. Aug. 2. R. II. Charl
ton, district forest supervisor, and sev
eral assistants, left here today in re
sponse to reports of a serious forest
fire in Lytle Creek Canyon, San Bar
Advices received by Charlton stated
that the Glenn Ranch, a Summer re
sort, was threatened with dynamite.
COUNTY ROADS IS
Sandy Road finished from
city limits four mllea east.
Powell Valley Road 4-mlle
hard surface completed.
ALL ROADS OPEN
FOR TRAVEL EX
CEPT EAST OF
BASE LINE ROAD
(Note This space will be
used every other day to
keep you Informed of the
progress of the work.)
Associated Fruit Growers )
of Hood River
Will Sell Any Part of 109 Sharea
202 W ILCOX BLDG.
The Cost Is Less
All the Way by Water
Ko Chaaa-e Em Route If You
"THE THRU LINE"
Sails at 6 P. M. Wednesday ;
Including; Meals and Berth.
San Francisco, $12.00
Santa Barbara, $20.00
Los Angeles... $20.35
San Diego...:. $22.00
! COOSBAY.EUREKA !
1 and San Francisco
J S: S. KILBURN "
Sails Tuesday Aug. 3, 6 P. M. I
8 Ticket Office 122 A Third St. B
Phones Main 1314, A 1314.
("Without Chance En Route)
Kleaaatly Appointed, .
S. S. BEAVER
Sails From Alnsworth Dock
9 A. M. ALGVST S
ICO Golden Mllea oa
All Rates InclHde
Berths and Men I a.
l abia and Service
The San Francisco A Portland S. S.
Co., Third and Washington Streets
(with O.-W. It. N. to.). Tel. Broad
way 45(10, A 6121.
Com papule General Transatlantlque,
: POSTAL SERVICE.
Saffings From NEW YORK to BORDEAUX
ROCHAMBEAU ...Aug. 14, 3 P. M.
LA T0URAINE ...Aug. 21, 3 P. M.
CHICAGO Aug. 28, 3 P. M.
ESPAGNE Sept. 4, 3 P. M.
FOR INFORMATION APPLY
C. W. Stinger, 80 nth St.: A. 1). Charlton.
253 Morrison st.; fc. K. (iarriuu. C. M. ai M.
V. Rv.j llonwr H. Smith. 116 3d St.; K. F.
Baird. lOU Xd St.; H. llirksun. 84ft Wash
ington St.: North Hank Koad. uth and Mark
sis.; F. S. MrKarland, 3d and Washington
Nt.; K. B. Unify, VH 3d St.. Portland.
NEW ROUTE EAST
Through the Panama Canal
San Francisco New York
Y1A LOS ANt.KI.KS OK SAN U1KOO,
17 Uelishtfui Days
LA It OK A.MKK1CAN
TRAXS-AIXAMIC STEAMERS .
22.000 tons displacement
From It From
San Fran., Tier 16 D Lus Anjcelrs
AUG. 24 I AUG. 25
Also Combination Tickets Issued.
One Way Water Rail Return.
PANAMA PACIFIC LINE
610 Second Ave.. Seattle.
Local Kail or Steamship Acts.
North Bank Rail
26 Hours Ocean Sail
S-Ceck. Triple-Screw. 14-K.nob
8(J. "GREAT NORTHERN"
BS. "KOUXUEKN t'ACUlC"
Every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
Steamer train leaves North Bank station
t:0 A. M. ; lunch aboard ship; S3, arrives
San Francisco :30 P. af. next day.
KXT&ESS SERVICE AT FREIGHT BATE.
NORTH BANK TICKET OFFICE.
Fbonesi Bdwy. 820. A tall 6th and Stark.
Freight and Passenger
STEAM E RS TO THE DALLES
and Way I.audinss.
Leaves l ortland daily at 7 A. M. except
Sunday and Monday. Sunday excursions
to Cascade Locks leave A, M.
Lesves Portland Tuesday, 'ihursday and
Sunday at 8:30 A. M.
Sunday Cascade Locks Excursion fl.
Fare to The IHilles and Return $2.
ALDER-ST. DOCK. PORTLAND,
fhoues -Main 014. A 6113.
Honolulu and South Seas
SksrUat Lias ( 19 Oslet Tins
"VENTURA" ' 'SONOMA" 'SIERRA"
tn riivi..nn nt niriv RtAimnr-4 Ratted Llovtin 100 Al
$130 Honolulu ESdt52S iSydney, $337i0
For Honolulu Am. I. tl. Sept, 2. Oct. 1.
For Syi'ney Aus. S. Aus. SI, Sept. 21.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
78 Market St.. San Francisco.
RIO D JANE1RO.SAMTO3.
MONTEvioeo a oueMoo avre&.
LAM P0RTfiKCLT LINE
Kreonstit saillnes (rem Sew York by new ana test
(U.600 ln) psssenssrsteamsrs. ssl
BCSKS UAHIlLLS.liM. g1. BrssSwsJ.B.I, sSW M
Dorser B. Sssltb, td 17 M ll
VVashlni-ton Sta, or -fa 'J I bf 11
any oths, loo,. t tj
COOS BAY LINE
Sails From Alnsworth Dock, Portland,
every Thursday at S A. Al. frelsht aad
Ticket Olflce. Alnsworth Dock. Phones
Alain SU00, A Itimz. City Ticket Olflce,
80 th St. Phones Marshall 4500. A 0131.
I-OK1LASD V COOS BAY S. S. L1.K
Str. GEORGIAN A
Harkins Transportation Co.
Leaves Dally at 7 A. AI.
Sunday, 7:30 A. M. for ASTOHIA and
way landinss. Returning, leaves Astoria
at 2 I. M.. arriving PorUand 9 I Al.
ijtndinK foot of Washington street.
Main 1422. A 4122.
Via UONOLCLC and SUVA
Palatial Passenger Steamers
"NIAGARA." 20,000 tons displscement
"MAKURA," ' 13,000 tons displacement
Senilis every 28 days from Vancouver. B. C.
Apply Canadian Pacido Railway Co., 64 id
St., Portland, Or., or to the Canadian Aus
tralasian Roval Mall Line, 440 Seymour 6u
Vancouver. 3, C. . .. ., .... .. .
1 aB I H I H tl U 1