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THE MORXIXG OREGOXIAJf. SATURDAY. AUGUST 7, 1915.
PATERSOH AT HEAD
New President of Merchants'
Exchange Is Chosen.
ANNUAL ELECTION IS HELD
Association Vor to Ilequlre Do
pojJt of Ior;ln on All Trades
On and After September 1.
Tha annual meeting of ths Merchant
Kxchaag Aseoetatloa was held after the
ttialar grata eea yesterday, sad ta addi
tion to electing onTJeer for tb .amine year,
amral important mattara war disposed of-
Tba officer ehooea were: Preside!. H.
J. Patterson, af tho Stephens-Smith Oraln
Company: vice-president. Otta I. Ketten
psrb, with M. IL Houaor; ecretary-tr-trrer.
A. Cohen, of tha Northern Crala
Warehouse Company, re-elected; executive
rmimltiM. John II. Novea. et tha Globe
drain stilling; Company, aad Oeorg A.
Westgat. ef the Albers Bros. Milling Com
pany. Tha association adopted, with a tow
frndmtnlii tha reeommendetlons mads
antna ttma no ar a apaetal committee, pro
viding for the placing ef maralna on aU
sas oa tba board. Tbl rula will
tlTrrlln aa September 1. Tha association
wll ba Incorporated aa aooa ai artlclaa of
tncorperattoa, already drawa bp. eaa aa
filed at Salem.
The grata session waa a qolat oaa. Thara
Im demon, thaa an tha preceding day.
aad blda were for tha moat part anebanged
cr reduced a ml. 'pat bloesteni offers
wars SH caata lower thaa tha day before.
Tba only advsaee waa 1 rant ad prompt
fartyfold. No onset blda wara ap ta tba
dollar mark. Cooatry advice were of very
llmltad wheat eeltlsg.
Oata blda war. aarhaagad at fha board.
Prompt barlay blda wers SO cent lower and
September S eaata blghar than Tburaday.
Tba Kansas wheat crop, according to a
Chicago botletlB, U aatlmalad at 107.B8I.OOU
baah.ls aad corn condition la plaead at 76.1
Argentine wheat ahlpmaata tbta waah
vara 304.oee baah.ls. eomparad with 1T6.OU0
baahata last week and 456,00 boahala lat
Bradstroets aatlmataa ahlpmanta from
North America this we at 1.1PI.0OO boah
ala of wheat and 144.000 boahala at com.
Tarmlnal receipts, la cars, wara raportad
by tba afsrehante Exchange aa follow:
TV heat BarSay Flour Oata Ha
Portland. Fri... 1 3 1
Yea r a CO .... 37 1 7 .. 1
Season to data. 3.". I S3 t ' Jll
tear ago 1 - - - a
TMoma Thiirm. I t
Taar ago ....
tiamn to data.
Yaar ace .... i4'"
baa ci a, Tbura.. 13
Yaar ago . I
Kaaaun to data. t4
Tear ago . .. !
it I His
EASTERN SUGAR COMING TO COAST
hew York Refiners Shipping by Way f
onto Interesting daTelnpmaata la tba
sugar trada ara look .4 for bafora long. Tha
Padaral Jloftalng Company, of Now Torlt.
ta planning to ahlp Ita augar to tho Pacific
Coast aa tha cheap watar rata by way of
tha Panama Canal, aad tha California rafln
crlaa will aa doabt taka prompt air pa to
nwt tha Inraslon. Dtacnaalng tha altua.
tioa. 8. H. llarrla. of thla city, aald yatar
-C. A. Sprackala, ownrr of tha Paderal
Sugar n.fln.ry at Tonkara. N. Y- who oa
1'rlday last praclpltatad a braak of SO polnta
la tha ruling quotation for raftacd augar at
M Tork. attamptad on Monday ta carry
tha lnduatrla! war to tba Coast. Oa that
4ay arory Jobbar and augar dealer racalaad
tha folloartnc talagram:
- hi offer standard granulated augar.
par August ateomar ahlpmant la Canal, at
tVM not (gab cost freight and Insurance to
"Thla caused tba Saa Francisco refiners
to redaca tho price of augar lo canta laat
areck, and make another cat of IS canta this
ark. with proa peers of farther cuts.
"The wholesale groeera on tha Coast ara
tlad vp with tha reflnera and can buy only
from thara. We will handle tba augar from
tha Federal Sugar Refinery. We here a
large shipment due bare oa one of tba
American-Hawaiian steamers, due tha and
af thla month. Oar price la made data of
arrtral. so It seams thara a 111 ba a merr
aid war on augar In Portland. Tha freight
aa rugar from New Tork la the Panama
Canal to Portland la 2i rents per hundred
"For years, sp to the time of direct ahlp
snenta tram New Tork to Portland la tha
Panama Canal, the sugar reflnera In the
Waat bare bad the Pacific Coast trada la
sugar ta themselrea.
I.AKt.ER LOCAL CRF.EX PR TIT TRADE
Frereteae Peachea Bra la ta Arrlva From
Receipts of fruits and vegetables were
large yeaterdar. especially from polnta aaat
af the Caerndre. Tha demaad waa good
throughout tha day.
Freestone peaches from The Dallea and
Taklma were offered freely at 40 OM cents.
A few lots of Southern Oregon freewtonee
also arrived and liberal shipments will start
from that section next week.
A few crates of local cantaloupes have ar.
rlred but It will ba some time bafora re
ceipts are large enough to affect the sale of
California cantaloupes. Tba latter continue
firm la price. The California cantaloupe
crop ta a largo one. but tba growers In that
atate are wall organised, aad have held the
market at a good figure throughout tha
Tomatoee wara la heavy supply from
White Kalmea and other polnta ap tha
river. Prteee ranged from 28 to to canta
Itrktmo MATERIAL IX DEMAND
apsToweva Fighting; Me4 ta Caaejnor
la spite of a second aad third and la soma
ma a. fourth spraying, lice ara still to be
found la tha bopyarda. Tha growers are
not disconcerted, however, aa la shown by
tha orders seat la to tha supply-honsea con
stantly for more spraying material.
The attack la declared to be the moat
eevere tha Valley baa ever known, aad bop
anea are beginning to cut down their esti
mates ef the probable yield.
No business Is passing In this atate. Con.
trarts ara quoted nominal at 14 canta. but
It la aot probable much business could ba
dona with growers at thla fig-ore.
WOOL IS FIRM. BUT SO HIGHER
Fair Velarae) af Baataeee Dona la Laat era
BOSTON. Aug. C Tba Commercial Bui
latin will aay tomorrow:
-Tha wool market baa beea somewhat
qulotar tha past weak, bat oa the whole a
fair volume ef business baa been accom
plished. Price ara firm, bat ao higher.
Reports from the gooda market are
somewhat consisting but generally reassur
ing, a: d aJvicea from the mills Indicate aa
tncreealng eceapatioB ef machinery. Prices
la tba Weat ara atrong. English markets
baat beea alow aad barely eteady."
l ight Supply af Paaltry.
There was only a light supply of poultry
aa tha street yesterday, but tha quaatlty
waa ruffle tent aad prteee held steady aad
aachaaged. The same conditioa prevailed la
tha dreaeed meat market.
Erg trade waa aot active aad former
piicee ware quoted. The batter market, was
Bank fleartaca. . .
Rank claarlnga of tba Noribwcaterat cities
yeaterdar ware aa follows:
Portland t I.S9..Vj l:i-.'.ir.l
Keattla l.tiiu.jN SHi.rnl
Tuona i4.nit 4u...n
bpukaue MW.ouu bJ,uv4
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS
Urala. FVear, Feed, Kle.
ilrrhaatv Rschanga, Boon session.
Wheat Ask. Bid.
Fort) fold wu MX
Club " l l
He.l nra u JtM
Had K'laalaa Kl
oata. No. 1 white feed... IV.vi - 7.00
riarley. No. 1 feed r4..Mt .....
Bran 24.;J iXn
ahorta -t.M 3.e0
Reptemoar bluestem .a .....
Heptember fortytuld Pa I "I
Mptemtar cluu .......... .17 J.al
plmlxr life "0 .!7li
September ituaalaa s-WU .....
tjieptember oats .... 25 ."J .7.00
heptembar barley ......... Zi.ZQ
reptember bran -.i.tl
bepteruber shorts ., Ut-S0
FLeUL K J-ateata. tj,7tf a barrel; straight,
li: whole wheat. $-30; graham. li-V..
MILLr'EEU Hpot prteee: Bran. :'J per
ton; snorts, i.'s; rollaa barlay, si.auo
COKX Whole, t:t per toa; cracked. $39
HAY Eastern Oregon timothy, tlBflT:
Vaiiey tlmettay. $16: alfalfa, $12.30013.60.
Frnlta aad Vrgetablea.
Local Jobbing quotatlona:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges. Valencies.
lUli per boa; lemons, J.i0 0 4oO per
boa; bananas, par pound: grapalrult. Cal
ifornia. 13 5f; pineapples, aty7o per pound.
VtJETAWia Cucumbers. Oregon, l&t
20c: artichokes. We per dozen; tomatoes,
21e30e bos; cabbage, ltlke per pound;
head lettuce, $1 par crate; baa a a. i"j4c
per pound: green corn, 2vo per dosen; garlic,
47K c par pound.
OREKN FRUITS Cantaloupee, $19113
par crala; poaches. 2wouc par boa: naiar
mslotia. lattice per pouou; plums, ov
H.2J par box: aaw apples, aatrachaaa, TSct
$1: grvenstaln, (1.3aL30 per box: pear a,
l.so par box; grapaa. 1.S31.T par crate;
huckleberries, aa par pouati.
berrtea. M U 10a per pound.
IvtaTuW New, 5iuv5c per sack.
ONIoN 73o par sack.
Dairy aad Country Produce.
I-ocal Jobbing quotations:
Llij Ore sua reach, bu.lng prlcea: No.
I. ;te: No. J, 9c; No. 3. l."a per dosen.
Jobbing price: No. 1. Zuo per daxen.
rulUKt Hens, UgUne; Kpiings, ITe;
turkes. ISillec; ducks. Il'.'c; geasa, $
Jl. Ik crv -liy creamery tuw, waum.
27c: first. 23c; seconds, lie; prints and
. . . k. v a
ond grade, Sa 'less; country creamery cubes.
CHEESE Oregon triplets, jobbers- curing
piica. l$a,e par pound f. o. b. dock, Port
land: Toung Am.rl.as. He per pound.
VEAL Fancy. HQlio per pound.
PuKfei iiioca. S J pr pound.
Local Jobbing quotatlona:
$2.au par dosen; ta-poend fiats, $l.v;
l-poui I .a IB, f. ev; swms piu 'r"""
tails. Jl 01.
HO EI .noice, sa..? par caaw.
zil aula. 13c; fllberta, 14024c; almonds. 1
tf22c: paanutr. c; coroanuta, $1 per doa
an: pecans. latfSVc; cheatnnta. luc.
OCA.9 ommtt 1 ' " ......
tajc: Lima. Ike: bayou. &.JOc: pinks. 4 aio.
BlUAA KIMl J . . -
$H:3; extra C. I3.i; powdered la barrels,
so. t u ; rnoaa, omrrmtM, fe
SALT Granulated. $16.30 per ton; half.
grounds, luvs, $1U.3S per ten; os. $1L30 par
ton; osiry. e r
tic-c- ..ip.rn head guctftVa: broken.
1c per pound: Japan atyla, Jaiiit
IKIB1 IKLlia Apples, oo par wubu,
apricots. 13yi3c: peaciiea. 8c: prunes. Ital
ians, tgtc: ralslna. iooaa Muscatels, kc: un.
bleached Sultanas, 7ic; seeded, c: dataa,
Paraian. luc par pound; lard, $1.04 per box;
currants. 84 61-0.
Hope, Wool. Hides, Etc.
HOPS 1BI3 con tract a, 13fil4c; 1014 crop.
14c: olda. 13ri:ic. , ,
HIDES salted hldea. 13Hc; salted kip.
ia: ..lt.a raif. lc: arcen bides, 14c: green
kip. 18c; green calf, luc; dry hides, :.c. dry
WOOL Eastern Oregon, medium. 23t
28Hc: Eastern Dragon, fine. 18021 tec; Vai
MOHAIR New c.tp. avsjaie Pr pounu.
CASCAKA BARK. Old and new, 4o per
PELTS Dry long-wooled pelts. 18 tie: dry.
short-wooled pelts. llHo; dry sbearllngs.
each. lutjl3c; aalted shearlings, each. 13ty
2ic: dry goat, long hair, each, 17c; dry
goat, aiiearllngs. each. 10r2uc; salted long
wooled pelts. May. $12 each.
GRAIN BAOa-Ia car lots. 7Q8o.
HAMS All slaes. choice, 50c; standard.
18Vc: skinned. IStflSc: picnics. 12c; cottage
roll, lowe; boiled, 172!c.
BACON Fancy. -JSjoc; standard, 229
DRY 8 ALT short, clear backs. 12 '4 Olio;
exports. laViOlSfec: plates. 11012HC
LAKD Tierce baa la, kettle rendered. Ho;
standard. 11c: compound. ',c
BARREL OOOUd Mesa beaf, 134; plate
beef. $J3; brisket pork. $.'S.3u; trtpe. $1U.0
Oll.iv; tongues. $au.
KEROSENE Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons, l"c; special drums or bar
rels. 134c: cases. 17ttet::0He.
GASOLINE Bulk. 12o; case a. 10o: eagtna
distillate, drums, lie; cases, Tile; naphtha,
drums, lie: cases, lac
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels. Tie; raw.
rases, ;;c; boiled, barrels, 74c; boiled, esses,
TUR PENT INK In tanks. 61e; In cases,
e$c; 10-case lots, lo less.
SAX FRANCISCO PRODI CE MARKETS
Prirra Cirml la tba Bay City aa Fruits,
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. , Butter Fresh
extraa. STe; prima firsts. 23i$e.
Eggs Freeh extras, sue; pull eta. 24c
Cheese New, etel-K-: Toung Americas,
HHcylHo: Oregoaa. 3S414c
Vegetablee aummar aquaab, 85 06Oe;
string and wax beans. 1g3c: llmss. I$ls;
tomatoea. ltc$l; cucunibera. ancioc
Onions Red. 2 JO Sic; yellow, 40f33c
Fruit Lemons, f2tt$23; off grsdea, 75c O
lO: grapefruit. $-7308. 10; oranges. $3 9
4: bsnanas, Hawsnaa, 73e$l.6; pineapples,
Hawaiian. $lO2.S0: apples. Alexanders. 30 v
s3: Gravenateln. 0cv$l-10.
potatoes Delta. 73UUOc; sweets, 2JSHc
KecelDte Flour. 33i0 Quarters: barley.
424u centals; poutecs, 77CO sacks; bay. iM
liKNMHKK FRt'IT IS TIIRIVINa
Crawera A law Raresrt Cera Crop la District
Frew af W anna.
KEVNKWICK, Wash., Aug. . (SpeclsL)
Srowers In this district have aucceeUeU
In grew tag corn without worms, acoorUlng
lo W. S. Ilaxton, who haa a targe acreage
planted. The cora will be used cblefljf fur
Eiberta poaches Moorea early grapes, can
taloupes aad watermeloaa are heglnalag l
move out of hare. 'Tha Bartlett pear orap
will be moved at tha ecd of thla week. Next
week Eiberta wUl bo shipped In car lata.
'The largest crop ever sent from here ks
expected thla year.
NEW TORK. An. a. Copper quiet. Elee
Iron ateadv and unchanged.
Metal Exchange quotea tin dull; offered
At l-ondoe Hpot copper. f71. 15; fat urea,
173. 2s. 4: eleotrnlytlc, l0, 10a. Spot tin.
1131. 7s. 6d; futures, 1133. 3s; antimony.
Tha Metal Exchange quotea lead offered at
Spelter not quoted. '
Kaval Staraa. .
SAVANNAH. Ga.. Aug. n. Turpentine,
firm, ailtic bales, ado: reeelpts, 8o;
shipments. 241; stocks, 23.210.
Rosin, firm. bale. 13H2; receipts, 7W.
shipments, S03: stocks, 61.134. Quote: A. B,
$2.U; C. D, $2 03; E. $$ OS; P. $1.10: O.
$3.20; H. L $3.2$: K. $3.43; M. $4.U$; WU.
$5.00; WW. $5. M.
Redlaronat Ratra Approved.
WASMIN&TON. Aug a, The Federal Re.
aerre Board today approved the following
rediscount rates ;
Saa Francisco bank Trada acceptances,
with a maturity tip to SO days, 8 per cent;
eu to 0 days. H par cent.
Iaalath I lassrd Market.
DlTA"TH, Aug. . Unseed, cash. S1.S3H:
September, L8t; December, $ 1.33V.
NEW TORK. Aug. Spot cotton steady.
Mid-uplands, .43c No sales.
Hope at New Tork.
NEW TORK. Aug. . Hope Steady.
RAIL STOCKS GAIti
Wall Street Market Closes
Strong and Higher.
ENTIRE LIST MOVES UP
Steel Sells at Best Price Since 11(1.
War Contract Sbares Touch
New HlgD. Records Bonds
NEW TORK. Aug. a. It wsa an open
question during tha greater part of today s
trading la stocks whether tha market would
retain unimpaired Ita large gains of the
last law weeke or waa oa the verge of a
Tha list waa eoft In apot during the
morning, and there were sign of a ten
dency .to aell freely. Although a few of
tha popular speculative Issues made further
gains, others fell bsck. and the movement
... zrre.uisew and confused. In the later
dealing. boKer. the market lost Its un
certainty ana aavaucm s "'---' '
wall nn on the day. Total salea were TTa,-
Aa unusual eircumsianca i i"
noon rise, lu a market which has been given
over so long to the wer stocks, was that
the upturn began In the Tn
strength spread to the Industrlala before the
eVtw high records were: Bethlehem Steel
up 10 point.. 811; Crucible StL up 11.
tv : oanarai Motors, up ,
Overlaad. up 4, to 143; Continental Can. pre-
isrreu. w i. w
. meet soio. at mw .
Oil sbaree and various others of the Indus
trials participated In the rise. Before the
eloe. a llln, movent waa attempted
and ns gave w-,. -------- --
lowed. Bethienem oiaoi - -.a -
pressure on thla movement and as forced
bak to aooui a ie w.,- j . . . .
..... Purina the
Known mownwii" v. --
weak indicated another Incraaae In cash tot
. w i aswaas-aa ariBaii frOiTl lis
mn KdaiiieB io i
lrregulartty developed In the bond mar
ks'. Foreign selllrg waa heavier. Total
" r.i... eiinnmm. I'nlted States
sales, par . ' , '
bonda were unchanged on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Sales. High. Iw. bid.
Alaska Gold.... 1.2" S3 "a Jr.
Am Bee? Sugar. 12 S00 l MS BJH
ArnVm Rafg. LS Hk T bJ
a-.Vr, r.;;;::: '8.2.W nw io 110
Am Tel A Tel.. 4u0 122
Atchison ,T f.;"? 1"? "ij
Bait Oh o. . . . e . - -
L: 5,. Ve.e..ir. 1.4UO b 83S 0
Cillf f.troi.um. 2.?00 17 Jt 17 1.
Canad Pacific. o.3;0 148S 14dH 14TH
Cent Leather... 1S.50.I 44 JS
Che A Ohio.... 1.30 42S
rTt v..i . 1.000 12 U ?!
Chi Mil aV HI P. 8.000 b3i M ,JU
" ;:, AAA ;:V: a.Vu 4a
Lnino iopar.. y-jT r:.j- .ibt
Colo T A Iron.. lS.OoO 42S Mil
.OlO OX cuuiw... ...... r
D A 1 u 5
.1. . fA
Dlst fiecuntles.. S.o0 23 '4 27 27
Erl, 81.0O0 27 27 - i S
U.n Electric... 2-0 173S 1'2S ?
Or Nor Pfd 2.4W liajb ll'J
Cr Nor Ore ctfs. S.n.K) 42H 41S 41 S
Gngg.nhelm Ex. 6.700 4 MS i
Illinois Central. 200 104 W ' 104 10S
Inter-Met pfd.. -.Ai V ' i?u
,ntPHarva.,VrT: SiSoO loSs lal "
Z&iTVS&r. V.wOO iii iS JS
MPPer' 'jg -SS
p?eifiV.v.v: 1:200 ss
Nat-l Biscuit : J-
Nafi Lcaa :'"? ?r! ; , "
Nevada Copper. TOO 14 14S 14V,
N V, N H c H. 2-0 63 2S
North facnic... iwn
Pacific Mall.... 1.800 34 S SSS 321,
Pennsylvania II'V.OOO 10SS 108 JOSH
Taasl I ts 1 r!- ... ....a a ...a lO I
Ray Con Cop.. , 300 23S'
Rep lr Steel.. V.bOO 44S 4J 43
Hock Isl Co J
St LSd2d "pfd! "20 "i'i "i'.i 6Vs
KotTlf Pacific. 7.21HI 8HS SHw
South RU;sy.. J.21H1 LIS 1-S
Tennessee cop., j.-uv
Texas Co 6O0 342 140 140S
Lnlo! Pacific.. 28.600 131 12lt4 131 1
H, of. I S
U S Steel 124.800 73. TIT,
t,M 1.300 112S 112' H2'
Utsh Copper. .. 4.700 67S 0S 66S
anasn piu ani"
w-.iiaKiwV " 6s'.io6 iiin iio iwj
as . LAi.aa . ..... 47 .
Croeible Steel.. 97.100 S 78 MS
Allla Chalmers. 26.0O0 84 3Ji. 34
Total sals for the day. 776.000 shares.
V S refis. reg.. 7H!No Tao Ss...... 3S
do coupon ... 97 Ipso TAT 5s...b07S
U S Ss. reg.....iuua renn
do coupon ....10O(t So Pao ref 4s.... R4
V K 4s. rsg.....lo9 lo Pao cv Ss.... "0
N Y C gen 3Sa.l3S;i nlon Pao cr 4s. 80 j,
No Pao U Stsel Ss 102
Boatoa Mining- Stock.
BOSTON, Aug. t'loslng quotations
Am Z L ex 8m.. sav.
Aria Coin 7S
llrl Dora ......
Calumet A Arl. S
Cal A Hecla....:'
Cop R Con Co.. 83
E Butte Cop M. 12
Is up A poa Mln.
at. u 8 8m R M.
83141 do preferred..
Ureen Cananea.. Irtah Con
Isle Royal (cop; a innn ........
Kerr Lake SH Wolverine
Iatka Copper ... 14 Butte A Sup....
Mohawk 71 S
Kip Mlnee 3M.I
Money. F.xchange, Elr,
NEW TORK. Aug. 6. Mercantile paper.
S'e.s'S", per rent. .
Kterllng exchange Sixty-day bills. $4.71;
demand. 4 7 :.-.: cables. $4.7083.
' Bar allveri 47Se.
Maxiraa dollars c
tiovernmenl bonds, steady; railroad bonds,
Time loans, steady: 80 day. 2H02H par
rent: ao days, 2fl psr cent; six months.
JH e'S Per cant.
Call money, ateady; high. 3 per cent; low.
Hi per cent; ruling rate. 1 per cent: last
loan. 2 per cent; closing bid. 1 per csnt;
offered at 2 per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. . Sterling, de
mand. $4 78: cable. $4.TT.
LONDON. Aug. 6. Bar ellver. SS T-lrtd
per ounce. Money. IliSt per cent. Dis
count rates, short bills. 4 per cent; three
month, ,6l per cent.
Stocks Firm at Xondoa.
INDON. Aug. American securities on
the stock msrtiet were firm throughout, with
United States Steel prominent.
PIG IRON OUTPUT LARGE
PRODUCTION AT HIGHEST POINT
IN TWO TEARS.
Statlatirs af Failures Shaw Decrease
la Number- Labor Condltloaa
NEW TORK. Aug. $. Dunn' Review to
morrow will say:
Commercial progress would be more uni
form were It not for the vagaries of the
weather, especially In tha East. Apart from
these handicaps, developmenta continue
mainly on tha conatruetlve atle.
Rarely have fundamental condition been
a aound aa at present and knowledge of this
fact lead to tha conviction that nothing la
likely permanently to check the revival of
general bustaese activity.
New meaauree of trada Improvement aad
expansion are afforded by the monthly sta
tistics and notable among thaae ara the
failure of figures which. Instead of showing
the customary July Increase In number, die
close fewer lossea than In June.
Turning to the iron and ateel situation. It
la seen that the output of pig iron has risen
to the highest point tn fully twe year. So
iirgami have tha demand for steal products
nevma in., ti.a '..
are behind In deliveries, and quotatlona
Progress in manufacturing elsewhere
... . -. ... ..... ninat ihflfl fSOt
ara rumiii'B -1'.. w -'".-'
been a notloeable revival of operations
. i . . v. . . . . V. i...,, nl.
ina wooien inuuairy. out m . . . re
turning out blue denims have shut down
an Indefinite period, because oi too
. . .11.1 . . I ie.ee.VMlt hv tha
justment of dlfferencea In the clothing tra
although troublea continue In some ot
"weekly bank clgartngs, $.085.74$.440.
VISIBLE COFFEE SCPPLY IN CREASES
Discounted by Decline of Last Few Day at
NEW TORK. Aug. . The big Increase
In the world's visible supply for tho month
of July appeared to have been discounted
by the decline of the past few days in the
market for coffee futures here and prices
were stesdler today on" scattered covering
or a little trade support. The opening waa
ateady at an advance of S to 4 points, and
the market closed at a nat gain of 4 to 6
points. Bales. 2S.RO0 bsgs. August and
September. 0.36c: October. November and
Ueceraber, 6.Uc: January, 6.30c; February.
6.63c; March. 6.66c; April. 6.71c; May, 8.76c;
June. O.olc: July. 6.S6c
Spot, quleL Rio No. 7. 7 He; Santo No.
4, c . . .
Cost and freight offera were reported about
unchanged. Rio exchange on London was
l-ld lower, with the Rio market 73 rois
higher and Santo unchanged.
The world's visible supply statement
showed an Increase of 807.070 bsgs for July,
agalnat an Increase of 103.267 baiaa for the
aame month last year, making the visible
aa of August 1. 8.250,278, agalnat 11,167.451
bags last year. ;
TRADE OF GOOD VOLUME
STEADY PRICES PREVAIL AT THE
Good Steers Chance Handa at 86.75.
I.amha Readily Tafcea at S6.
, Hoes Are I'nehaaBetL
There waa a fair volume of business In
the cattle and sneep markets yesterday,
but not much open trading la the awin
division. Price, aa a rule, were ateady.
Two load of choice steers were sold
at $6.73, and email lota brought $3 to
$6.50, according to quality. Tha best cost
offered brought $3.-5. -
Lambs again sold at $6. and- two loads
of yearling were disposed of at $4.00.
The few hog aalea Indicated a steady mar
ket In thla Hue.
Kecelpta were 112 cattle. 4 calves, 236
hogs and 1578 sheep. Shippers were:
With cattle C. F. Fulton. Biggs. 1 car;
C. W. Duell. Corvallla. 1 car; L. L. Laf
lerty, Vancouver, drove In 13 head.
With sheep C. H. Farmer, McCoy. S
cars; Vanslcklin, Amity, 1 car; A- Harden.
Lylo. 4 cara.
With mixed loads C. E. Lucke. Wallowa,
1 car cattle, calves and bogs; Patteu.
Overton A Falk. Halsey, 1 car cattle and
hogs: Zimmerman A Weed. Carlton, 1 car
cattle and hogs; J. . D. Dlnamore. Went
Sclo. 1 car cattle, calves and bogs; J. S.
Flint. Junction City. 1 car cattle and hogs.
Tha daya sales were aa xouowa:
1 hog 270 4.50
1 steer 13S0 $6.75
159 lambs... 75 6.m)
1 wether. . 00 6.0O
10 ewes.... 110 S.co
101 yearlings 83.4.6H
1R1 yearlings 83 4.0O
46 yearlings 103 3X1
111 hogs.... 245 7.1'l
12 ho.... 175 8.!Ki
6 steers.... 8711 6.10
. . UNO 4.50
.. 1130 3.50
.. 070 3.00
.. 605 S.O0
.. 1)117 8.25
.. 77(1 4.00
. . 843 4.50
1 cow.. .
, 1 cow...
1 cow.. .
1 cow.. .
11 hogs 141 6.7
13 hogs.... 131 8.3
2 calves... 210
1 cow... .
1 cow... .
1 cow.. . .
1 cow.. . .
2 cows.. .
2 calves... 320 4.7.
8 steers. . . 1120
. fM 4.3.1
. 860 8.00
. 735 4.50
. 610 4.00
. 730 5.00
. 880 4.50
1 steer l-7l F.on
1 steer 112U 5 J.'.
1 steer.... 8.10 5.5o
1 steer. . ,
4 steers. .
1 steer. ..
C steers. ,
. 70S 0
Current rjrlces at the local stockyards of
the various classes of livestock are a fol
lows: Cattle . ,
Best steers $6.50 ff 7.00
Good steers 0.2.i 1.(1.30
Medium steers .oofj-.2.i
Choice cows : 5.35..50
Heifers 4.7.i tc6.50
Light 7.00 Jl 7.10
Heavy , 6.u0f6.10
Lambs . O.oofrO.OO
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA. Aug. 0. Hog Receipts. 6000;
lower; heavy. $5.9096.70; light, $8.05 7.23;
pigs. $5.7507.00; bulk of sales, $6.1096.U0.
Cattle Receipts, 600; strong: Dative
steers, $7.3560.35; cows and heifer. ?3.S0
07.00; Western ateers, $6,506:8.50: Texas
steers. $O.OO&7.40; cows and heifers. $5.50
7.00: calves. $7.0010.00.
Sheep Receipts. 9S00; higher; yearlings.
$6.oo)7.00; wethers. $5.8006.60; lams. $8.40
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. Aug. 6. Hogs Receipts, 36,
000; slow. 10c to 15c under yesterday", aver
age: bulk. $6J.'56.90: light, $6.85197.60;
milled. $6.1.1t7.40: heavy, $6.00,6.a5;
rough. $6.00 3 6.15; pigs. $6.6097.65.
Cattle Receipta. 200O; strong; native
beef steers, $rt.2310.23: Western ateers,
$6.934,8.23; cows and heifers, $3.1009.25;
Sheep Receipts. 7000; firm; sheep, $6.10
4J7.00 lambs, $7.00T.40.
Near York Sugar JIarkeL
NEW TORK. Aug. 6. Raw sugar easy.
Centrifugal, 439c; molasses, 3.62c; refined,
Dried Fruits at Sew Tork.
NEW YORK, Aug. 6. Evaporated apples,
quiet. Prunes, firm,
Chicago Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO. Aue. . Butter unchanged.
Eggs Receipta. rases; unchanged.
IDAHO LOGGING' INCREASES
LewiMon TieporU Activity In JIarble
LKWI8TOX. Idaho. Aug. 6. (Spe
cial.) Tha purchase of 1.009.000.000
feet of white pine in the Marble Creek
district hy the Weyerhaeuser inter
ests. 22.000,000 feet of which is being
lofrared oft now, promises to add ma
terially to the timber activity of this
section this Fall. Already tha town of
Clarkla. ciarht miles from Boville. is
bearinnlnir to feel the result of this
work, as well as Boville and Klk River.
Whether this timber will ba rafted
down to Coeur eVAlene or hauled to the
company's mill at Potlatch and sawed
ia yet to be settled.
The locsins; camps in the vicinity
of the Elk River timber district hav
been shut down until September, when
danger from forest fires diminishes.
School Attendance Increases.
CENTRAXJA. Wash.. Auar. 6. (Spe
clal.) There are 10.973 children of
school age in Lewis County, as against
10.796 a year ago. according to the an
nual report of M". L. Carrier, Lewis
County Superintendent of Schools, just
i.. 11 .t Th. tntnl enrollment in the
county Is $020, an Increase of 118 over
Inst year. The average uany aitenu
ance also shown a rain of BOS, being
7077. The total actual days' attend
ance In the grade schools for the year
just closed waa 1,204.443, a gain of
77.740 over the previoua year. The
daya of high school attendance totaled
142.0S8. An average of 8.55 months of
school wag maintained over the county.
Vincent Water Company lrmed.
PENDLETON. Or., Aug. S. (Special.)
Articlea of incorporation were Bled
with County Clerk Frank Sallng today
for the Vincent Water Company, which
will furnish a city water system for
Vincent, Umatilla County. The com
pany is authorized to issue capital
stock to the value of $1500. in shares
of ii par value each. The incorpora
tors are A. T. Smith. J. P. Caldwell, D.
J. Kirk and W. F. Gentry.
. .i... ,1. .lit. It. ,nm, Inst
Expected Arrivals Break
Prices at Chicago.
OFFERINGS ON INCREASE
Long-Dcla ycd Threshing Again Is
Under Way In All Sections.
Largo Kxport Orders Have
Xo Effect on Prices.
CHICAGO. Aug. 6. Expected heavy ar
rivals of wheat here gave prices todsy a
new downward swing. As a result the close,
although steady, .was 1H to 1SH4 cent
under last night. Corn declined Tc to
lSlttc net and oats 11Hc to Hie In
provisions the outcome varied from 2Hc
off to a rise of 12 He
Offerings of wheat to arrive Increased so
noticeably from the country that traders In
general were looking for big receipta by Mon
day, unless bad weather should again In
terfere. This fact, with reports from all
directions that the long-delayed threshing
waa again under way, led to a rush of sell
ing as soon a the market was open. In
addition dispatches were at hand belittling
the damage In the Spring wheat atates
and assertions that tha crop there was
swiftly maturing ahead of the rust.
- Word that large export orders for wheat
were in the market very close to working
limits brought about good rallies, but eaon
time greater weakness ensued.
Corn averaged lower tn sympathy with
wheat and as a result of warmer weather.
, - Hedging pressure on oats was the heaviest
in some time.
Although provisions gave way on account
of a break In the hog market, an upturn
later took place. The recovery was chiefly
due to buying on the part ot'the ahorts.
Leading futures ranged a follows:
Open. HIjrh. Low. Close.
Sept. $1.07 S1.08V4 1.0H 10
Dec. 1.07',, 1.08 ' 1.06?, 1.06 is
Sept 75 S -75T, .744 .74 Ti
Dec 4M .(4 .43
Sept. 40 .4V , .19 H
Dec. 40 .41 .40 .40
Sept. 13.27 13.57 13.26 H.37
Oct. .......13.50 13.67 13.20 11.61
Sept 7.77 7.85 7.7B 7.75
Oct. 7.82 7.S3 7.82 7.S5
' SHORT RIBS.
Sept. 8.77 8.92 8.77 8.85
Oct- 8.80 8.5 8.110 8.85
Cash price were:
Wheat No. 2 red, $1.13 H 1.1!4 ; No. 1
hard. $1.2 1.27fc.
Corn No. I yellow, $23Hc; No. 4 white,
Rye No. 1. nominal; No. 4, JCc
Barley 72 Sic.
Timothy $5.50 T. v
Clover 88.3a 13. 25. 1
Primary receipts Wheat, 548,000 vs.
1,912,000 bushels; corn, 4S9.00O vs. 336.000
bushels; oats, 23 1,000 vs. 1.980.000 bushels.
Shipments Wheat. 772.000 vs. 1.071.000
bushels; corn, $44,000 vs. 467,000 bushels;
oat. 409.000 vs. 878,000 bushels.
Clearances Wheat. 144,000 bushels; corn,
114.000 bushels; oats, 10,000 bushels; flour,
14.000 barrels. .
Foreign Grain Markets.
LIVERPOOL Aug. . Cash wheat, un
changed to 2d higher; corn, unchanged to 2d
higher; oats, unchanged.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Aug. 0. Wheat Septem
ber. $1.06t ; December, $1.05H; No. 1 hard,
$1.50H: No. 1 Northern. $1.4094 l.SOtt ;
No. 2 Northern; 11.36 61.47 ft.
Barley 67 75c.
Flax $1.65 91.67.
Eastern Grain Markets.
DCLUTH, Aug. 6. Wheat closed: Septem
ber, $1.07 bid; December, $L06.
WINNIPEG. Aug. . Wheat closed: Octo
ber, $1.04; December, $1.04 bid; May,
KANSAS CITT, Aug. 6. Wheat closed:
September, $1.03 '4 ; December, $1.04.
Grain nt Saa Francisco.
SAN rRAXCISCO, Aug. 5. Spot quota
tions Walla. $L.72?L76; red Russian.
$1.78 1.80: Turkey red. $1.8S&1.0; blue
stem, $L01.5; feed barley, $1.2B1.27;
white oata. 1.451.47 ; bran. $2t.5027.50;
middlings. S32I533; shorts, $27.50028.50.
Call board Barley, December $1.30.
Puget Sound Grain Markets.
SEATTLE, Aug. 6. Wheat Bluestem,
$103; Turkey red, 9Sc: forty-fold, 80c; club,
7c- fife. 66c: red Russian. 6c Barley.
$25.50 per ton. Yesterday'a car receipts
Wheat, 13; corn, 1: hay, 22; flour. 4.
TACOMA, Aug. 6. Bluestem, OSc; forty
fold, 06c; club and red fife." 96c; red Rus
sian, 00c. Car receipts Wheat, 14; tay, 10.
EARLY ALARM STOPS FIRE
Warden"sights Smoke In Hood Klver
Connty From Monnt Hood.
HOOD RIVER, Or.. Aug. 6. (Spe
cial.) Fire Warden Elijah Walman
probably prevented a serious forest
fire in Southwest Hood River County
Wednesday, when he sighted smoke
from his lookout on Mount Hood and
gave an alarm. The fire warden noti
fied the Stanley-Smith Lumber Com
pany, and a " crew of firellghtera waa
dispatched to the scene.
Blackberry pickers probably- had
started the flames, which were licking
up the logging flume of the company
and beginning to spread in the slash
ings of the logged-off land. In an
other hour a bad fire undoubtedly
would have been raging. Before the
fire could be extinguished about 300
feet of the big flume had been ruined.
INFANTRY LEAVES RANGE
Third Battalion Returns to Vancou
ver From Clackamas. ,
vtveninrER BARRACKS. Wash..
Aug. . (Special.) The Third Battalion
of the Twenty-first intantry, wnicn naa
been on target practice at Clackamas
Range, Or., returned tonight after
about a month's absence. Captain
Robert S. Offley was in command of
Company K. Twenty-first Infantry,
which has been at a camp of military
Instruction at the Presidio, San Fran
cisco, and Company F. Engineers, which
has been on a mapping detail near
Gilroy. CaL. are expected to return to
the post within a week.
Pendleton to Improve Streets.
PENDLETON. Or.. Aug. t. (Special.)
Plans and specifications for the im
provement of South Main street, be
tween Bluff and High streets, with
gravel bitulithic pavement, extending
from curb to curb; have been approved
and adopted by the City Council. Bids
for the paving work will be received
in 10 days. Title also has been passed
to the city for the proposed new North
Side Park, on Jackson street.
Montana Tastor Dies at Itosebnrg.
ROSEBURG, Or.. Aug. 6. (Special.)
Rev. William Ellsworth Snider, for
merly connected with one of the lead
ing churches ot Billings, Mont., died
here yesterday. He came here a few
months ago in hope of improving his
health. He was a member of the Odd
fellow and Modern Woodmen lodges of
Administrator's Bond Approved.
, PENDLETON. Or.,' Aug. .(Special.)
A $6000 bond offered by Ira S. Scott
of Helix, as administrator of the es
tate of his father, William M. Scott,
was approved by Judge Marsh In the
Probate Court yesterday. Arthur L.
Grover, of Helix, is the surety. The
realty of the estate is valued at J48,
000. Mr. Scott died in Portland Jan
uary 18 last.
AGED HUNTERS LICENSED
Clackamas Civil War Veterans Take
. Advantage of Free Permits.
OREGON eiTT Or, Aug. 6. (Spe
cial.) Age is no bar to Clackamas
County Civil War veterans who wish
to enjoy hunting and fishing in Ore
gon forests and .along Oregon streams,
for today John T. Apperson. aged SI
years; Edwin Scruton, aged 12 years,
and Nelson D. Crokett, aged 72 years",
obtained hunting and fishing licenses
from "County Clerk Harrington under
tho new state law, which gives free
licenses to Civil War veterans.
"I'm going out into the mountains
and get a deer," Mr. Scruton, who waa
a member of an Iowa regiment during
the war, told Deputy Clerk Miller. Mr.
Apperson. of the First Regiment o
Oregon Volunteers, will take a hunting
and fishing trip to Taqutna Bay.
SCHOOL LAW ON TEST
Case Before Judge Campbell In
volves 1015 Amendments.
OREGON CITT, Or., Aug. 6. (Spe
cial.) The Union High School law, as
it existed prior to May 22, 1915. will
be tested in the Circuit Court Monday
when a demurrer in the case of the
State of Oregon against Clackamas
County, known as the Gladstone Union
High School case, will be argued before
The plaintiff alleges that the 1915
amendment to the law is ambiguous
and that the entire statute is made in
valid. The action grows out of the attempt
of residents of the Jennings Lodge dis
trict to prevent the organization of a
Union High School for Gladstone.
Clackamas, Jennings Lodge and Park
Lewlston Becoaies "Dry."
LEWISTON. Idaho, Aug. 6 (Spe
cial.) Last night at 11:30 o'clock the
City of Lewiston and the County of
Nes Perce became dry territory and
all over the state local option laws
became effective. During the past
two months 10 saloons in this city
were refused a renewal of licenses by
the County Commissioners. Pending the
closing of the saloons in the State of
Washington. Asotin, which is six miles
distant from nere, will again become
the oasis for the entire Lewiston coun
try and already auto lines are in por
tion, carrying Lewiston passengers to
Asotin on fast schedules and low fares.
Mr. Lister Considers Carr Pardon.
LEAVENWORTH, Wash., Aug. 6.
(Special.) Before the largest crowd
that ever attended a trial in Chelan
County, Governor Lister heard the
pleadings of 20 representative citizens
of the county for the pardon of Harry
E. Carr, convicted of murder In the
second degree. Governor Lister prom
ised a -decision before August 10.
Every store in Leavenworth was
closed to show the unanimous feeling
Gronso Abound in Huron District.
PENDLETON, Or.. Aug. 6. (Special.)
More grouse in the mountains this
year than for some time is reported by
District Deputy Game Warden W. C.
E. Pruitt, who has Just returned from
a trip through the Duncan. Huron and
North Fork districts. He found many
evidences of birds and says that shoot
ing will be excellent when the season
opens August 15. He found an abun
dance of late hatches in the Huron dis
trict Douglas Mian Killed by Thresher.
WATERVILLE. Wash.. Aug. 6.
(Special.) James Burgess, son of John
Burgess, of Douglss. one of the pioneer
residents of Douglas County, was fa
tally injured Wednesday while work
ing on the threshing machine operated
by A. P. Britt, of Sheehan Flats. Bur
gess, with his wifo and seven children,
had been making their home at Park,
near Belllngham, for several years. His
father, one sister and one brother live
DAILY- METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Aug. 0. Maximum tempera
ture SO degrees; minimum, 58 degrees.
River reading, 8 A. M., 5.S feet; change In
last 24 hours. 0.1 foot fall. Total rainfall
(5 P. M. to 5 P. M.). none; total rainfall
since September 1. 1914. 31.56 Inches; nor
mal rainfall since September 1. 44.68 Inches;
deficiency of rainfall since September 1,
1014. 13.03 Inches. Total sunshine, 10 hours
30 minutes;- possible sunshine. 14 hours 86
minutes. Barometer (reduced to let level),
5 P. M., 20.98 inches.
' THE WEATHER.
K 5 Wind
STATIONS. ! eafher
3 S : :
1 V :
Boston ...... "v...
New Orleans ....
North Yakima ...
San Francisco . ..
Tatoosh Island ...
A trough-shaped low-pressure area overlies
the Plateau States and the barometer Is
relatively high along the coast from Coos
Bay south to Humboldt Bay. Showers and
thunder storms have occurred at scattered
places In the Central and Southern Rocky
Mountain States and also along the Atlantic
Coast from New York to Florida. It is
warmer in Southeastern Idaho and Southern
Arizona and cooler In Northern California
and Southern Utah.
Conditions are favorable for fair weather
Saturday In Western Oregon and Western
Washington and for Increasing cloudiness
followed by showers and lower temperatures
east of tha Cascade Mountains.
Portland and vicinity: Saturday fair;
westerly winds, not so warm.
Oregon: Saturday fair west. Increasing
cloudiness probably followed by showers, east
portion, not so warm north and east por
tions. Washington: Saturday, fair west. Increas
ing cloudiness followed by showers, east por
tion; not so warm east portion.
Idaho: Saturday, Increasing cloudiness
followed by showers; not so warm north and
EDWARD A. SEALS, District Forecaster.'
COUNTY ROADS IS
Sandy Road finished
from city limits four
miles east. Powell Val
ley Road '4-mile hard
ALL ROADS OPEN'
FOR TRAVEL EX
CEPT EAST END OP
BASE LINE ROAD.
(NOTi: This space will be
used every other day to keep
you ir.formod on the progress
of the work.;
(Without Change En Route!
Elegantly Appointed, ,
S. S. ROSE CITY
Sails From Alnsvrorth Dock .
B A. AI. AIGLSI' 10.
100 Golden Blllea oa
All Hates Inrlnde
Berths and Meals.
Table and Service)
Tha San Francisco t Portland S. S.
Co.. Third and Washington street
Irrltb OW. it. C N. Co. J. Tel. Broad
way 5U0, A Sl-'L
0.-W. R. & N. Steamer Service
Steamer 1. J. POTTER leaves Asn-ctreet
dock 0 P. M. daily except Saturday; Satur
day only, 10 P. M. No service Sunday or
Monday. Arrives Megler 7:30 A. M.. uiaklnir
connection with beach traiu. Stops at As
toria on going trip. Returning, leaves Meg
ler 0 A. M. daily except Sunday; Sunday
only, 0 P. M. No service Monday or Tuesday.
Steamer 11ASSALO leaves 6:30 A. ii. daily
except Saturday ana Sunday; Saturday only,
1 P. M.. for NORTH BEACH. Reluming,
leaves Megler 8:80 P. M. dally except Satur
day and Sunday; Sunday only, u P. M.
Steamer HARVEST QLEKN leave 8 P. M.
dally except Sunday for ASTORIA and way
points. rteturning. leaves
Astoria T A. M. dally ex
Tickets and reservations
at O.-W. K. & N. (Union
Paclfio System) City Ticket
Office, Washington at 3d.
before 5:30 P. M. ; after
that hour at Ash-streM
dock. Phones Broadway
4500, A 612k
Compagnle General Traasatlantique.
Sailings From NEW YORK to BORDEAUX
ROCHAMBEAU ...Aug. 14, 3 P. M.
LA XOURAINE ...Aug. 21, 3 P. M.
CHICAGO Aug. 28. 3 P. M.
ESPAGNE Sept. 4. 3 P. M.
FOR INFORMATION APPLI
C. W. Stinger. 80 6th at.s A. D. Charlton,
S55 Morrison t.s E. K. (jarrleou, C. Jl. 5 Ot.
P Ry.t lloney B. Smith. 116 3d L; E. i.
ltalrd, 100 Sd St.; 11. Dickson. 346 Wash
ington St.: North Rank Road, oth and stark
tts.1 F. S. Mcparland, 3d anil Wiii-Muston
t.i E. B. Dully. U4 3d at. Portion':.
SAN FRANCISCO the New Vay
On account of heavy bookings.
due to great popularity ot tha
SS GRE.Vr NORTHERN
SS NORTHERN PACIFIC.
Only '-'6 hours at sea between
Are Imperative to avoid disappointment.
Sailings every Tuesday, Thursday. Saturday.
Stmr. train from North Bank depot ICJO A. M.
FREIGHT SERVICE ON EXPRESS TIME.
NORTH BANK TICKET OFFICE.
5th and Stark Phones lldny. WO, A 607L
Freight and Passenger
SIEA.Ub.iU XO THE DALLES
and Way Landing.
Leaves Portland dally at 7 A. M. except
Sunday and Monday. Sunday excursions
to Cascade Locks leave 0 A. M.
Leave Portland Tuesday, 'Ibursday and
Sunday at 8:30 A. M. ...
Snnday Cascade Locke Excursion SL
Fare to The Dalles and Return
ALDKR-ST. DOCK, PORTLAND.
Phones Main 914. A 6112.
EUREKA AND SAN FHANCISCO
SS. SANTA CLARA
SAILS MONDAY, At'C. 0, S P. SI.
NORTH PACIFIC STEAMSHIP CO.
Ticket Office Freight Office
112A 3d St. I Foot Northrup St.
Main 1314, A 1314 1 B'dwy 0203, A 34-2
Honolulu and South Sea
herlest Use (IS aa;) Oslese.1 Tlas
"VENTURA" 'SONOMA" "SIERRA"
lO.UIO-ton iasnil'AS Steamers Bated Lloyds 100 All
$130 Honolulu tiSPEH Sidney, $337i?
F ir Honolulu Aug. 31, Sept. 28, Oct. 2.
For Sydnev Aug. 31. Sept. 28. Oct. 28.
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO.
73 Market SL. Saa Fram-tsca.
BARBADOS. BAH LA,
RIO DC JANEIRO. SANTOS.
MONTTEVIOeO BUEMOS AY RES.
LAM PORT HOLT LI N
Frttqnent M.Hnca from Nw York by new ua rut
(I2.5tlu TOO) pMSADCer lvwniwrs
. -w. ... - rt
Harkins Transportation Co.
Leaves Daily at T A. M.
.. 7-ai) & hi fnr ASTORIA and
way landings. Returning, leaves Astoria
at 2 P. M.. arriving Portland 9 P, 11.
Landing; foot of Washington, street.
Alain i:4, m. ,
NEW ZEALAND AND SOUTH SEAS.
Regular, througn sailing jor
Tahiti and Wellington from San Francisco.
AUgUSl XOt . , - -
every -8 days. Send for pamhlet.
Union bteamabi-j Co., af New aeaiano, i.io.
Office 61 Uarket street. San Francisco,
or local s. s. and It. R. agent.
COOS BAY LINE
Salla From Alnsvrorth Dock, Portland,
every Thursday at 8 A. a. Feisht and
Ticket Office. Alnaworth Dock. Phones
Maim SHOO, A City Ticket Office.
SO Mth St. Phones Marshall 4.100, A 6131.
PORTLAND COOS UAl S, . LLNbi,
e s- a, i L.sjJ
U IB B lal 1.3 tM Bs-wr-
sW H E I IsV
I I mm 1