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LOSSES NOT GREAT
Sheep Go Through Winter as
Well as in Other Ye,ars.
CONTRACTING HAS BEGUN
Quarter of JJillioii Pounds Bought
on Slicep's Back in eastern
Oregon at Strong Prices.
Bnying In Other States. '
Sensational statements have been circu
lated lA certain quarters of enormous shee&
losses In tho Northivtst during the recent
cold spell. These reports are branded as
false by E. W. Rumble, manager of the Co
lumbia Basin Wool Warehouse Company.
Ilis agents have made a personal Investiga
tion of conditions In tr sheep-growing dis
trict, and they found the Winter losses
were very little. If any. greater ma m
other years. Considering the severity of the
recent woather conditions are exceedingly
uood throughout Eastern Oregon, Eastern
Washington and Idaho.
Wool contracting has started in a lim
ited way in Eastern Oregon. About 23.000
fleeces have so far been bought on the
sheeps' bacic in the Pendleton. Condon and
Baker section. The buyers did not make
public the prices paid, but they are known
to be strong.
Jn Idaho, rather more contracting has
been done, but the operators were home
I buyers. The heaviest trading In future wools
has been In Utah and Nevada, with some
operations at high prices in Montana.
Dealers in the East consider tl prices
paid lor new Western wool as altogether too
high. Inasmuch as soma of these purchases
represent a 'clean cost landed In the East
of about SO oents. The great bulk of the
wool taken, however, lias been more nearly
on a 70-cnt basis and some was boughrat
even less. Good staple clips, however, are
generally bringing from 70 to- 75 cents.
Montana growers are said to be asking 32
cents for medium wools. The total contract
movement to dute is figured at about 10.
There have been sales in Boston in the
past week of fine staple Oregon wool of
last star's clip-at 7o jj77 cents, clean basis,
and of No. X Oregon at 70 cents. Fine sta
ple Montana sold as high as. 31 cents In the
grease, and half-blood Montana staple has
been sold at 33 cents. In one Instance at
3IVi cents, for an exceedingly choice lot,
which xueana all of SO cents, clean basia
Quarter and three-eighths Soa Springs
wools have been sold at 3S coats for light
Commenting on market conditions at
Boston, the Commercial Bulletin says:
"The steady movement of wool to con
suming channels continues and has been
augmented more or less this past week by
trading between dealers, although this latter
feature of the business has not been es-
1 pcclally pronounced as was the case two
or three weeks ago. All told, rather more
than a normal week's business has been
j done, demand being strong for practically
everything, except possibly short scoured
wools, which have been, by comparison,
.' "Prices are generally firm to higher.
East India wools are deeidedly dearer, as
a result of the embargo 'announced on last
Saturday, and medium domestic wools are
silghtiy higher, while fine wools of all kind
are a bit stronger.
"All tlw events of the week have tended
to strengthen the market, if anything, and
wlilie there must be an end sometime, to
. the advance -now -being experienced it ap
parently is cot yet in sight."
. WHEAT BIYLXO IS AT A STANDSTILL
Bids Are Reduced Sharply In KespoDcte to-l
Slump In East.
Wheat buying In the Northwest la practi
cally at a standstill. The car situation Is
better In some quarters and worse In others.
The demand yesterday was poor t and no
bids, so far as reported, were sent fcnto the
; country. At the Merchants Exchange, wheat
bids were reduced 1 cent to 4 cents. Busi
:' hese In the coarse grains was' stagnant.
BraJstreet's estimates the world's visible
decrease at l.eoj.OGO bushels, the corn In
crease et S.illV.UOO bushels and the eats
Increase at Cuu.OOO Jus!ieis.
The Canadl an wheat visible stands at 33,
4.13,000 bushels and the eats supply at 14,'
The increase in the seeded acreage ef
Spain is officially announced at 6 per cent
for wlieati 1 per eent fer barley and IT
per eent for oatst
Brosmhali says of the wheat situation in
his international review!
! ""Market has fluctuated Irregularly during
lbs past weeki with the undertone firms
i ''World's- shipments were large, but the
i .Treat bulk ef these came from North Ames
ira, which continues to" create an abnormal
situation; It is evident tliat purchases - of
North American wheat must continue as
, long as the' Southern Hemisphere is shut
:' off from shipping anywhere near its normal
quotai by the -unusual (relent situation, Ar
ftentlua offers are light and Australia effer.
"Argentine prices are more In line and
larger shipments are likely (rem there! espe
cially ts France and Italy, as large contracts
have been consummated and special freight
arrangements made by officials,
"British merchants find trading difficult
as prices are firm and tonnage scarce and
port stotks keep low, with consumption
"Hopes of European Importers, are cen
tered on the big Canadian visible aid reports
of good farm reserves In Canada and also
United Btates, whl'je both Argentina and
Australia are shaatng themselves for en
larged exports as the chartered fleet . Is
steadily increasing. India 4s reporting fur
ther good rains."
Terminal receipts. In cars, were reported
oy trie, .merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat. Barley. Plour. Oats. Hay.
.Fortia-a. wea. z s 7 4 15
-- w sew. . ....... .... .... .... ....
Seas, to data. 0,138 1323 3213 S27 168
Year ago.... 14,332 1707 1600 1739 15o
Yrerafo. ... 11 1 .... 2 3
Year ago.... 8,0X8 4;.t .... 626 2u25
Seattle, Tues. 34 3.3 3 63
VKl BgU.,.. , a - .
Seas, to date. 6.0t J.0S5 J607 7K0 3144
Year ago.... g,:jj9 Qua 1717 ntjg 3477
SO DEMAND YET FOB MOHAIR
Eastern and Foreign Markets Are -Finn,
(sales of Imported Hair.
There appears to be no interest yet In
mohair In toe West, although shearing time
!a not far distant. Some of last year's clip
. is still nneoia nere and there Is said to be
nogdexnand for It. Dealers are puszled over
tna situation, lor taey believe mohair should
reflect some of the strength shown by the
wool market. ,
.-There has been a fair demand for Cane
mob air In the Boston' market during tlw
past week, cape lint Have sold to very
fair extent at 33 cents and Id two or three
Instances 36 cents . has been obtained for
choice lota. Domestio hair has been less
active, but prices are quoted very firmly
for all grades, says the Commercial Bulletin.
Advices from ' Yorkshire report a rery
firm market there and consumption continu
ing oa a healthy level. Cape firsts are
quoted at ,15 to 15 Hd.
Reports from the Cape are very strong
and to the effect that demand has been
brisker there laiteny. Basuto hair baa been
old there at a full shilling and Winter
k)da have brought Is 3d.
Alpaca is up considerably at Liverpool,
Arequipa fleeces having been sold for a
' very superior lot as high as 21 Hd. Infer
iors are also up very considerably and the
demand continue steady.
Boston quotations: Best combing, 37340
cents; good combing. 35$ 37 cents; ordinary
combing. 31 p 3!r-cents; beat 'carding. 3i37
cents; good carding, 3033 cents; ordinary
carding, 262S cents. Foreign, Cape first.
3403 cents; Turkey, fair average, 3537
CHEAP SALMOX CLOSELY CONTROLLED
Market Nearly Cleaned I'p for Shipment to
The cheaper grades of salmon are prac
tically cleaned up on the Coast, according to
trade reports. The steady demand whioh
has been in progress for the past few weeks
for the low and medium grade salmon from
foreign sources has resulted In depleting
stocks to such an extent that only 6mall
quantities are said to remain. In the hands
of the packers. Large foreign orders that
are now pending will ha-ve to be filled, the
reports say, by purchasing small lots from
several packers, as no one operator Is be
lieved to have sufficient supplies on hand
to burnish a large block.
There are at tbe present time orders pend
ing, which in several cases were said to be
practically closed, of more than 250.000 cases
of medium-grade fish for foreign shipment.
' No Reseedlnar at Lenioton.
LEW1STO.V, Idaho. Feb. 23. (Special.)
Although the past Winter was the most un
usual in the history of the valley, growing
grain has not suffered In the least. Farm
ers are Joyous, to put it mildly, that the 36
Inches of snow disappeared gradually, prac
tically all of the moisture finding Its way
into the soil. On account of the sandy soil
of this district it is almost Impossible for
too much moisture to fall. That both the
Falt-cown and the Spring-grown grain will
mako a record growth is 'considered certain.
Another unusual but favorable clrcum
atance is that the fields were protected by
snow at all times when the weather was
cold enough to causo damage. .-No reseed
Ing will be done on this score.
Bank cleariuga of the Northwestern cities
yesterday ware as follows:
Portland f2.23.7o $334."K4
Seattle ",.Sr.4,B4,. 227,741
Tacoma 3H2.21I 2S.MI.J
Spokane M0.7O0 ' 63.018
PORTLAND 31 ARRET QUOTATIONS
Grain, Hour, Feed, Etc.
Merchants' Exchange, noon session:
n.he-. "Bid. Ask. Tr. ago.
Bluestem 1.02 1.07 f 1.4S
Fortyfold !r- l.
Club 0 1-41
Red fife, - .!' 3.37
Red Russian . u- . -i-j
No. 1 white, feed 23.S0 27.00 33.00
No. 1 feed 28.30 31.00 2i.O0
Bran 21. "5 23.00 2,".O0
Shorts 23.00 25.00 2(1.00
Futures iia. ask.
March hluestem t 1.03 1.00
April bluestem 1.03 1.10
March fortvfold 94 1.00
April fortyfold 03 1.02
March club .:'t
April club 01 ''
March red fife '' '
April red fife 02 l.vo
March Russian 91 .iO
April Russian '-' 1-00
Maroh oats 2.".7r 27 00
Anrllonts . ..!' -...hi
March feed barley 2S.S0 :!1.00
April feed barley 2S.no 81. w
March bran Ji.ito j.ii'i
AprH bran 22.00 22.50
March shorts Via 24. ,10
April shorts 23.00 24.25
tLOllt -i'atents. .-.oi per oarrei;
ytraiKhts. 4.00i exports. $4.70; Valley,
$5.10; whole wheat, $5.S0; graham, $5.60,
HAY Eastern Oregon tlmotny, iu.juw
19.50: Valley timothy. ?16; alfalfa. J20.
MILLFEED Spot prices: Bran. 123.50
4 per ton; shorts, $2626.50; rolled barley,
$31. 50 32.50.
CORN Whole, 37 per ton; cracicea,
Fruits and Vegetables.
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranses, navels,
$1.S53.25 per box; lemons. $34.50 per
box; bananas, 5c per, lb.; pineapples, 4 54 6c
per pound; grapefruit. $2 5.23; tangerines.
VEGETABLES Artichokes, fl1.15 per
dozen; tomatoes, California, $2.75; cabbage,
$1.50 1.63 per hundsod; garlic. 10c per lb.;
peppers, 202oc per pound; eggplant, 25c
per pound; sprouts, 8&9c per pound; horse
radish, Sic per pound; cauliflower, $1.25
nf iin7,n- i-Mftrv. S4.75 tier crate: lettuce.
$2.40&2.G0 per crate; cucumbens, $1.50
2.30, hothouse lettuce, 70c$l per box;
spinach, $1&1.10 per box; asparagus, 25 c per
GREEN FRUITS Grapes, 14 per Darrei;
cranberries, $11 per barrel.
POTATOES Oregon. $1.40ffl 1.50; Yakt
mas. $1.65 per sack; sweets, $3.25 tf 3.50 per
ONION'S Oregon, buying prices, $2 r. o. o.
shipping point. y
abples SDitzenbergs. extra lancy, -.-,
fancy, $2; choice. $1.25wl,50; Yellow New
towns, extra fancy, $2; fancy, $1.75; choice,
tt.srifll.Hi: Rome Beauty, fancy. $1.60
1.60; Wlnesaps, choice, $1.15(1.35; Stay-
man, choice, $1.-9 l.tio.
Dairy and Country Produce.
I,oeal Jobbing quotations: -
E.Vji.ir JOPOIUS imt. vicjui ,-..,
died, 25c per dozen; uncandlcd, 22&&23lsc
POULTRY Hens, 1315c: small
Springs, 15c; broilers, 1820c; turkeys, live.
lS20c; turgeys, dressed, choice, 24025c;
ducks, lift 14c: geese, 10c.
BUTTER Prices from wholesaler to re
tailer: Portland city creamery prints, 60-
pouna case iww, t'"11' .......-, - ,
grades, 2S32Vic; Oregon country creamery
prints, ou-vuuuu . ,
32y.c: lower grades. 28sJ31c; butter packed
in cubes. 2c less. Prices paid by Jobbers to
producers: Cubes, - extras. -t4c; firsts,
27c; seconds. 25c; dairy butter, country
roll, 16 18c; butter fat, JN'o. 1, 81c; Ho. 2,
CIIEKSE Oregon triplets, jobbing buying
prices. 20o per pound, f. o. b. dock Port
land; Young Americas, 21e per pound.
VEAI Fancy, 9c per pound.
POP.K Fancy, 9M0c per pound.
Local Jobbing quotations:
SALMON Columbia River 1-pound tails,
$5 80 per dozen? one-half flats, $1.50; 1
pound flats, $2.50; Alaska pink, 1-pound
HONEY Choice, $3.25 per ease.
NUTS Walnuts, sack lots. 16e; Brazil
nuts, lxaisc: filberts. 1618c: almoDds.
16ie: peanuts, 54c; cocoanuts, 1 per
dozen: pecans, lotffuc; cnesipuis, iuu
BEAN 6 Small white, 7.20c; large white,
T.15c: lima, 6c: bayou. 6c: pink, 6c.
COFFEE Roasted, in drums, 14 33c.
SUGAR Fruit and berry. $7; beet, $6.80;
extra C. t'J-5; powdered, in barrels, $7.23;
cubes, barrels, $7.40.
SALT Granulated. $15.50 per ton: half
ground. 100s. $9.50 per ton; 50s, $10.50 per
ton; dairy. $14 per ton.
RICH! Southern head, 6yfc pound;
broken. 4c: Japan style, iMtfbc.
DP.IF.D FRUITS Apples, So per pound;
apricots, 1315c; peaches, Sc; prunes,
Italians, 8S9c; raisins, loose Huscatels, 8c;
unbleached Sultanas.9 10c; seeded. 8c:
dates, Persian, 10c pound; fard. $1.65 per
box; currants, 8H12c; tigs, ov (.-ounce.
$2; 10 4-ounee, $2.25; 36 10-ounce, $2.40; 12
10-ounce. 85; bulk, white, 78c; black, 6c
Hons, Wool, Hides, Etc
HOPS 1S15 crop. 1013c per pound; 1916
contracts, II 12c per pound.
HIDES Salted hides, 25 pounds and up,
15c; salted stags. 50 pounds , and up, 11c;
salted kip. 13 pounds to 25 pounds, 16c;
salted calf up to 15 pounds, 19c; green
hides, 23 pounds and up, 13c; green stags.
$X pounds and up. P"4c; green kip, 13
pounds, 19e; dry flint hides, 26c; dry flint
ealf up to 7 pounds, 2Sc; dry salt hides, 21o.
WOOL Eastern Oregon, 18 25c; valley,
23 Oil S6c.
- MOHAIR Oregon. 2829c cr pound.
CASCARA BARK Old and new, 4o per
PELTS Dry long-wooled pelts, 17c; dry
short-wooled pelts, 13c; dry shearlings, 10
15c each; salted shearlings, 1520c each:
dry goat, long hair. 13c each; dry goat
shearlings, 1020c each; salted long-wooled
pelts, February. 11.23 a 2 each.
. . Provisions.
HAMS All sizes, choice. 19e; standard.
17'-ic: skinned.' 14fi)17c; picnics, 9c; cot
taire roll, 13 'ic
BACON Fancy, 2728c; standard, 210
22c: choice. 15V420c
DRY SALT Short clear backs. 119
13e: exports, llfc13c: plates, 010V4c.
LARD Tinrce basis, kettle rendered, 1H4 e
standard, 10c: compound, J0c.
BARREL GOODS Mess beef. $18: plate
beer. $19; plate pork, $1S; tripe, $10,500
KEROSENE Water white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons. 10c; cases, 17V420'.4O-
GASOLINE Bulk. ISc! cases, 23i4e;
naptha. drums. 15e: cases, 22'e.
LINSFTED OIL Raw, barrels. 89c: raw
cases, !Mc; boiled, barrels, 91c; boiled,
cases, 06c, '
TURPENTINE In tanks. 07c; in cases,
74c; lU-caoe lota. 10 less.
TRADERS HOLD BACK
Wall-Street Stock Dealings
Are Smallest in Months.
TONE OF MARKET HEAVY
Bufl or Business Is Done In Minor
Specialties Steel Moves Within
Narrow -Limits- Continuance
of Activity in Metal Trades.
NEW YORK. Feb. 23. To find i parallel
for today's sluggish and meaningless mar
ket, it is necessary to go back almost six
months to September of last year. Dealings
barely aggregated 300,000 shares, and these
consisted largeiy ol proxessionai opeianona
In speculative issues -whose Intrinsic worth
remains to be established.
Th hollow character of the trading may
be gauged from the fact that American can.
United States Industrial Alcohol, Mercantile
Marina preferred and Baldwin and Amer
ican locomotive were among the most active
United States Steel rose and fell within
fractions of Monday's final figure and Mer
cantile Marine, which was firm at the out
set, broke sharply In the final hour on
rumors of further differences among the
reorganizes. High-priced specialties moved
irregularly with a break of 10 points in
Bethlehem Steel at 470.
A novel departure in dividend disburse
ments was furnished by the Dupont Powder
Company, which declared an "extra" divi
dend of 22 54 per cent' on the common stock,
the greater part payable In Anglo-French
bonds, to which 'the company was a large
Developments at home and abroad over
the holiday were not calculated to restore
confidence and sentiment was more strongly
inclined to lower prices. In the main, how
ever, quotations were not materially im
paired. According to market gossip, commission-house
business was at a complete
standstill, indicating an utter abstention of
Trustworthy advices told of a continu
ance of activity in the steel trade, a con
dition borne out by the placing of further
orders for homo und foreign consumption,
as well as additional advances in -prices in
various manufactured products. Copper metal
was lower in London, but the decline was
without effect here, where recent high
record quotations were maintained.
For the first time In months, railroad
refurns were rather conflicting, Baltimore &
Ohio reporting a net gain of $510,000 for
January, whereas Southern Pacific showed
a decrease of $335,000, due mainly to ad
verse weather conditions.
Trading in Anglo-French 5s at concessions
featured the heavier bond market- Total
sales, par value, aggregated $3,050,000.
United States bonds were unchanged on
. CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
N. ' Closing
Am Beet Stiff. . .
do pfd . . .
Am Mig rtei'...
Am l.el Sc tel..
Bait & Ohio
Br Rap Transit.
Ones & Ohio
Chi Grt West. .
Chi Mil & St P.
Chi & N W
C R I & P Ry..
Colo Fu & Iron.
D R G pfd...
Gen Electric .
Grt North pfd . .
Gr Nor Ore ctfs.
Int Cons Corp..
Int Harv, N. J.
K C Southern. ..
Louis & Nash..
M K & T pfd...
25 25 '4
National Lead..' 900
Nevada Copper. l,3f0
N Y Central
N Y" N H & II..
Nor & West. .r.
North Pacific. .. .
Pac Tel & Tel.. .
Pennsylvania . .
Pull Pal Or....
Ray Cons Cop. .
Rep lr & Steel..
Southern Ry. . .. '
1ST4 ' 18
U S Steel 21,100
2,466 "6" "65
General Motors. ROO 480
Wabash B pf-.-. ' 600 20
tt.MirlnA nfd. 21.100 72)4
Total sates lor tne aay, &uu,vuu iiire. -BONDS.
U R ref 2s reg. .! I Northern Pao 3s 66
U 8 ref 2s coup.9.P
Pac T & T r.s...lOO
TI8SS reg 102
Penn con 4s 106
IT S Rs coupon. 1 02
U S 4s reg '110
U 8 ts coupon. 'HDi
Am Fmelts 6s.. 111 u
Atchison gen 4s. 94
South Pao ret 4s o
do cv 6s.x. -.305
Union Pac 4s... 97
Jo cv 4s 93
S Steel n .. .10454
k v r n au.s.114 V6 'sc tiDuaij-oi3uv
Northern Pac 4s 93
Mining Stocks at Boston.
BOSTON, Feb. 23 CloFing quotations:
Aliouez ta''Plssing .Mines
Am z, L & torn. '4
Ariz Com 0
Calumet & Ariz. 74 .
Cl & Hecla 572
Cop Re Con... 6)
North Butte.... 20
Old Pom 70
Osceola ......... 93
Shannon 11 4
5nn JC- Tton Xfin. M 54
Fast ri'.itte top. 1.1
Granby Con . . .
Isle Roy (Cop)..
Kerr Iake ....
Pi "4 Tamarack ....... r-
47 tl" ; Sm. R & M 63
29 41.. pfd 50
41 Irtah Coo 14
94 I Wolverine ...... 66.
DITTOEND IS PAID IN BONDS
Anglo-French Notes Distributed by u Pont
WILMINGTON, DeL, Feb. 28. At a quar
terly meeting of the E. I. Du- Pont de Ne
mours & Co. directors today a regular divi
dend of 1)4 per cent was declared, along
with a special dividend of 22 per cent on
the company's common stock. . These divi
dends are payable 5 per cent In cash and 19
per eent In Anglo-French bonds with cou
pon attached at 95. A regular dividend of
1 per cent oa debentures was also de
clared. The B. I. Du Pont de Nemours Powder
Company directors also declared a regular
dividend of 1 per cent on preferred stock
and a regular dividend of 1 per cent on
common stock. ' t
NEW YORK, Feb. 23. It was recalled in
the financial district today In connection
with the use of Anglo-French bonds for pay
ment of the dividends declared by the Du
Pont Powder Company that the company
was among the heavy Industrial subscribers
to the Issue and was said to have purchased
with affiliated Interests between $35,000,000
and $40,000,000 -worth. The company had
received large war orders from tha ailed
It was estimated that 19 per eent dis
tribution to the company's common stock
holders called for $16,000,000 of the bonds,
par value pf $13,200,000 at 95. They were
originally sold by the Anglo-French loan
syndicate at 96. The payment of a divi
dend la bonds was commented upon in the
financial districts as a novelty,
- Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW YORK, Feb. 23. Mercantile paper,
3 '3 per cent.
sterling 60-da-v Mils, $4.71; demand,
$4.76 ;catles. $4.77. ,
Bar silver. 57c. Mexican dollars, 43 e.
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds,
Time loans Steady: 60 days. 22 per
cent; 90 days and sis months, 23 per
Call money-c-Firmer; high, 2 per cent;
low, 1 per cent: ruling rate, i per cent;
' Sales. Hlch.
400 30 i
1,100 70 Vi
. eOO 127
"900 j "
, 8.800 4C4
- 300 77 U
last loan, 2 per cent; closing, bid 1,
offered at 2 per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 23. Sterling 00
days. $4.72; -demand, $4.70: cable,
Mexican dollars, 43c. -
Drafts Sight, 3c: telegraph. 3c .
LONDON, Feb. 23. Bar silver, 27 l-10d
per ounce. -
Money, 4f4'4 per cent.
Discount rates Short bills and three
months, 3)4 per -cent.
Stocks Inactive at Eondon.
LONDON, . Feb. 23. American securities
on the slock market were Inactive and un
interesting except Canadian Pacific. The
closing was dul,.
SAN FBANCJSCO PRODUCE MARKET
Prices Current on Butter, Eggs. Fruits,
Vegetables, Etc.; at Hay City.
' SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 23. Butter Fresh
extras, 32c; prime firsts, 31c; fresh
- Esgs Fresh firsts. 20)4 19c.
ChL-ese New. 17c; Young Americas, 18c.
Vegetables Egg plant, 20y25c; green
peas, 124!l"ic; cucumbers; $20 $2.35; as
laragus, 32)4 20c; tomatoes, oi'75c; bell
Onions California. $1.501.75.
Fruit Lemons, $2.753.50; grapefruit,
$1. 5052. 75; oranges.. $2.15t&2.75; bananas.
Hawaiian, C0cfe$L5O; pineapples, Hawaiian",
e-iAi nr.. Hits-, ei 7 r ,1
K2.00; sweets. $2.3oe)2.50. '
jveceipis rium, bi.w 4""-' ,
barley. 163,775 centals; beans, 1825 sacks;
potatoes, 7445 sacks; hay, 806 tons.
Coffee Futures. '
NEW YORK, Feb. 23. After opening at a
decline of 1 point to an advance of 4 points,
the market for coffee futures Improved
slightly during the early trading on Euro
pean buying' and covering, promoted by the
steadiness of Brazil over the local holiday.
May contracts sold tup to 7.85c and Decem
ber to 8.20c, with more active positions
working about 1 to 0 points over last night s
closing figures. This bulge seemed to bring
out a good deal of realizing from Western
and Wall Street sources, however, while the
market was also unsettled by March liqui
dation and a little selling by trade interests.
The decline carried May oft to 7.73c and
December to S.05c and the close was at a
net decline of 0 to U points. Sales, Includ
ing switches. 68,000 bales. February. i.5sc;
March, 7.61c; April, 7.0Sc; May. 7.75c: June,
7.70c; July, 7.S2c; August, '7.87c; September,
7.02c; October, 7.97c; November, 4.02c; De
cember, S.07&; January, 8.30c.
Spot, steady; . Rio 7s, U"4c; Santos 4s,
Cost and freight offers were said to be a
little more numerous, but about unchanged,
with quotations ranging around lO to 10.30c
for Santos 4s. Two large steamers are re
ported to bo loading la Braxil for this
Tho official cables reported no changes
In mllreis prices, while Rio exchange on
London was l-32d higher.
Metal Market. -
NEW YORK, Feb. 23. Copper Firm;
electrolytic, near by, 28.50c; June and later,
Iron, steady and unchanged.
The Metal Exchange quotes tin firm;
spot, 42.50 v42. 75c
At London Spot copper, 106 10s; futures,
fll4 10s; electrolytic fl36. i-
The Metal Exchange quotes lead .2TC
Spelter not . quoted.
Chicago Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO. Feb. 23. Butter Steady;
creamery, 24(&32)4c. -
Eggs Lower; receitps. 60G2 cases; firsts,
20c; ordinary firsts, 19c; at mark, cases
- iCm Vnrlr Kimr Market.
NEW YORK, Feb. 23. Raw sugar
Nominal, molasses, l.ot.oiv; teuiiuub",
3.055.USc ltefined, steady.'
Cotton Market. .
NEW YORK, Feb. 23. Spot cotton,
steady. Middling uplands, 11.53c Sales, 500
Dnlnth Einsed Market.
DULfVrH, Feb. 23. Linseed Cash, $2.31;
May, $2.33; July. $2.33.
HOG MARKET IS WEAKER
BIGHT CENTS IS' TOP PRICE FOB
DA V AT YARDS.
Bcceipta Are Fairly Ears; 9To Changes
lay Other Elncs Sheep
The hog -market was not able yesterday
to maintain its former level, and 8 cents
was quoted as the top for the day. Receipts
were fairly large,
in other lines there was no change worth
noting. The cattle offered were largely of
medium and low grade and sold accord
lnsrlv. The sheep market continued firm.
Receipts were S3 cattle, S -calves, 770 hogs
and 13 sheep. Shippers were: S. Molfoed,
Beaver Creek, 1 car cattle and hogs; F. M.
Mlekle Olequa, 1 car hogs; Amdahl Bros.,
Montufa, 1 car cattle, calves and hogs;
George Bonner. Kenton, and Mr. Nelson,
Kenton, who drove 4n 20 head of hogs each.
C. J. Hurd. Eugene: H Wagner & Co.,
Sutherland; F. B. Decker, Silverton, 1 car
hogs each; J, c. Davis, Shedd, 1 cattle, bogs;
M. L. Forester. Tangent, 1 cattle, bogs.
sheep; J. D. Dinsmore,- West Scio, 1 cattle,
. The days sales were as xouows:
30 hogs. .
2 hogs. . .
20 hogs. .
sSO hogs, .
2 hogs. .
3 hog. ..
6 hogs. .
2 hogs. .
- 1 hog...
1 steer. .
4 cows. .
252 $8 00
1 cow. . .
1 cow ...
1 cow. ..
1 cow. . ,
1 cow. . .
2 cows. .
1 hog. ..
1 hog. ..
12 hogs. .
28 hogs. .
8 hog9. .
4 hogs. .
300 7 90
1 cow. .
1 cow. .
3.254 6 hogs.. 105
ThM ranee of prices at tho local yards for
various classes of livestock follows:
Choice steers $6..r.n ."5
Good steers 6.757.00
Medium steer - 6.509'j.75
Choice cows 6.50tfi6.75
Medium cows 5.251-6 00
Bulls 2.50 it 5.00
Lambs v. 8.009.05
Omaha livestock Market.
OMAHA. Feb. 23. Hogs Receipt 21.000,
eteady Heavy. $8.108.23: light. $7.900
8.16; pigs, $6.757,7S; bulk of Hales, $8
Cattle Receipt 5500, strong. Kative
steers. $6.508.50; cows and heifers, $5.50
437.25; Western steers, $67.75; Texas
steers. $63iP6.75: stockers and feeders, $5.75
Sheep Receipts 45300. steady Yearlings.
$8.2309.75; wethers, $7.256 8; lambs, $10.00
Chicago livestock Market.
- CHICAGO, Feb. 23. Hogs Receipts 40.
000: slow. 5c above yesterday's average.
Bulk, $8.308.50; light, $7.958.60: mixed,
$S.15i?$.60; heavy. $8.1 0& 8.00; rough, $8.10
$8.25; pigs, $0.6007.80..
Cattle Receipts 16.000, firm. Native' beef
steers, $.756i9.65; Western steers, $6.75
8.20; stockers and feeders, $5.65(P7.30: cows
and heifers, $3.20(jj)8.25: calves, $s.ooigill.25.
Sheep Receipts 18,000, weak. Wethers,
$7.908.30; lambs, S9ll.3o. ,
EGGS NOW SELLING AT LOWER PRICE
Receipts Are Larger Than Can Be Cleaned
' Cp On Limited Orders.
Shipping orders for eggs yesterday were
small and were filled early. As mors were
received than could bo cleaned up, the mar
ket made a further decline. Sales were
made in the forenoon at 23 cent and
lata in the day at 22 cents, ease count.
Candled eggs sold In single case, lots at 25
There was a good demand for poultry and
hens were firm. Dressed meat were steads
The butter market at present is holding
Fresh Shipment of Vegetables.
A shipment of tomatoes, egg plant and
peppers from Florida arrived yesterday. The
tomatoes were In six-basket crates and S0I4I
at $7 a crate. Peppers and egg plant were
quoted 'at 25 cents, A car of tomatoes is )n
transit and will arrivo early next week.
California asparagus was lower at 25 cents.
A supply of steamer vegetable la due
today. ' , -
PIT PRICES SLUMP
Break of Over Four Cents in
RALLY COMES NEAR CLOSE
. ' . ; ' -
Acute Depression Duo to Big lie
ccipts and Decline at Winnipeg,
European Visiblo Increase, En
larged Surplus in Australia.
CHICAGO. Feb. 23. Wheat suffered
breaks today that in some cases amounted
to as mucb as 44c, the result chiefly
of weakness at Winnipeg and Liverpool,
Closing quotations were unsettled. o to
11c net lower, with May at $1.23
and July at $1.19. Corn gained lc to
1C oats finished c to c off, and
provisions 10c to 17 c up.
Depression In wheat proved most acute at
the outset, when tho trade was dominated
by bearish announcements regarding big re
ceipts and liberal reserves is Winnipeg and
by word from Liverpool that the European
visible supply had notably increased and
that the Australian surplus was more than
double any ever before obtained. Gossip of
liberal export business helped the. wheat
bolls to bring about a further rally daring
the last half of the session.- The fact,
though, that most of the sales to Europe
were of Manitoba wheat and for deferred
shipment acted as somewhat of an offset.
Corn developed remarkable strength In the
face of the break In wheat.
Oats sympathised witb wheat Instead of
Provisions responded to higher quotations
on corn and hogs.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. Hiirh. Low. Close.
May $1.20)4 $1.2 $1.20 $1.53
July 1.17)4 1.19 1.17 1.1$
May '.76 .7S .7 .78
July .76 .78 .76 .77
May" 45 .4H'4 .45 .46
July 43 .44 .4J- .44
May 20.7O 2O.$0 20.6.1 20 S7
July 20.70 20.S7 20.63 20.86
Mav 19.37 10.43 10.37 10.45
July1 10.53 30.62 10.52 10.63
May 11.47' 31.60 11.47 11.67
July ll.2 1L70 L1.57 11.70
Cash prices w-ere:
Wheat-fXo. 2 red. $1.21 1.23 : No. S
red, 1.171.2l; No. 2 hard, l;:o ei.Z3
No. 3 hard. 51.15 1.18 .
Cora No. 2 yellow, 78c; No. 4 yellow, 71
72c; No. 4 white, 7172o.
Oats No. $ white, 44444)4c; standard,
Rye No 2, 'nominal; No. $, 9c.
Barley 65 W 75a
Timothy S5.50 5J 8.
Clover $10 to.
Clearances Wheat. I.S30.O0O bushels:
com, 105,000 bushels; oats, 863,000 bushels.
i Toreigw Grain Markets. '
LIVERPOOL, Feb. 23. Cash wheat. Id
to 2d lower.
. BUENOS AIRES, Feb.- 23. Wheat, to
)i higher. Corn. lower.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. -Feb. 23. Wheat May,
$1.21 to $1.21; July, $1.20' to $1.20;
cash. No. l hare. $J.-ui4; o. i rdortneni,
$1.221.24)s ; -No. 2 .Northern, $1.18)4
Barley, 616Sc Flax. $2.32 2.36.
Grain at San Francisco. .
. SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 23. Spot quota
tions: Walla, 5l.Ja9t.nl4-, rea iuiiihh,
$1.7261.75; Turkey red, $1.87 Vi 43' 1-90
Barley, feed, $1.32 1.85 brewing, $1.40
Oats, white. $1.4501.47)4.
Miilfeed: Bran, $24.50iji25.50; middlings,
$3031: shorta, $23.50 2.0t
Calboard: Barley, May. $1.36 bid, $1.38
asked; Iecember, $1.34 bid, $1.37 asked.
Eastern Cash Grain Markets.
ST LOUI6. Feb. 23. Cash wheat, 2c lower.
Corn, c to lc higher. Oats, unchanged to
o to ic lower.
CHICAGO, Feb. 23. Cash wheat, 2c to 3c
OMAHA, Feb. 23. Cash corn, lc lower.
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 23. Wheat, 2c lower.
Puget Sound Grain Market
SEATTLE, Feb. 23. Wheat Bluestem.
$1.08: Turkey red, $1.07)4; fortyfold, 95c;
club, 5c; fife, t)0c; red itussian, woe,
Barlev. 29 Der ton.
Yesterday car receipts: Wheat 34, oats
3, barley 3, corn-K, rye '1, hay oj, iiour d.
TAOQMA. Feb. 23. Wfceat-i-Bluestem.
$1.071.0S; fortyfold, 90c; club and red
fife. Sc. .
Car receipts: Wheat 5, corn 8, hay 4.
SAVANNAH. Ga.. Feb. 23. Turpentine,
ouiet. 50ft51c: sales, none; receipts, 88
barrels; shipments, 310 barrels; stock, 062a
Rosin, steady: sales. 986 barrels: receipts.
3906 barrels; shipments, 1842 barrels: stock,
57.330 barrels: Quote: A. B. C D. B. U,
$5; H, 5.055.13; I, $5.10; K. $5.40; M,
$5.70; N, $o; vu, so.ij; w w, o.uu.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK, Fob. 23. Evaporated apples,
dull and nominal. -Prunes,
Peaches, easy. , -
Hops at New York.
NEW YORK, Feb. 23. Hops, quiet. '
DAILY "C1TY STATISTICS
a vsttty-tyvrsythE Albert V. Anstey,
legal. 329 East Forty-ninth street, and Lola
Delia r orsvtne, lesai, tame u.uwivu.
METZGER-BAKEK L. B. iietrger, le
gal. 1140 East Thirtieth street North, and
Naidvne Baker, legal, same address.
HENDERSON-ALLEN W. E. Henderson,
legal 273 First street, and Gertrude Allen,
legal! 505 Sixth street.
RYAN-CO RBETT L. W. Ryan. legal.
Walla Walla, .Wash., and Elisabeth Mae
Corbett, legal, 348 East Thirteenth street
ROWLING-PETERSON L. W. Rowling,
legal, Eugene, Or., and Mabel C. Peterson,
legal. Imperial Hotel.
I'RENTICE-HORION Edward V. Pren
tice, legal, 798 Lombard street, and Mary
E. Hortou. legal, nmi address. '
ANDREWS To Mr. and Mrs. Horace "W.
Andrews, 749 East (Seventeenth ctreet, Jan
uary 26 a son
iTvrvs To Mr. and Mrs. Leslie M. At-
kins. 125 East Eleventh sireet, February S,
LEWIS To Mr.' and Mrs. Maurice Lewis,
438 Market street, February 1j, a daughter.
MOODENTAUUH To Mr. and Mrs. Roy
J. Moodenhuugh, 6112 Eighty-fourth street
Southeast. February 13. a son.
RKIilERS To Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rel-
mcrs, 6535 Twenty-seventh avenuo South
east. February 14, a daughter. -
fclNNA To Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Linna,
571 East Eighteenth street South, February
'FULLER To Mr. and Mrs. William E.
Fuller. 9 East liixty-flrst street, February
FAR,IOtI To Mr. and Mrs. Antonio
Farioll, 626 East Sixteenth street South,
February 6. a son.
F.BCHLE To Mr. and Mrs. , Louis A.
Eschle, 040 Frederick street, February 16, a
- CARTOZIAN To Mr. and Mrs. Aram O.
Cartozian, 6435 Toon street, February 16, a
6ASO To Sir. and Mrs. Antonio Saso. CCS
nw,t(Mh tti-A4 February 1K & son.
. TCLLO To Mr. and Mrs. Dominco TullOfl
Dee. Or., February a daughter.
HEADLAND To Mr. and Mrs. Walter
Headland, 620 East Richmond street, Feb
ruary 9, a daughter.
' GILKISON To Mr. and Mrs. Charles !t.
Gllkison, S92 East Fifteenth street North,
February 16, a son.
JOHNSON To Mr. and Mrs. Marlon R.
Johnson. 609 Belmont street, February 12,
LEONARD To Mr. and Mrs. Lyman A.
Leonard, Lsurel, Or., Feb. 34, a daughter.
WHITTLESEY To Mr, and Mrs. Charles
W. Wbittlesev. 0 East Sixteenth street
North, February 12. a daughter.
ANNA STEINHAL'SEN Erect one-and-one-half-story
frame dwelling, 963 East Irv
ing street, botwtea Tklrtj-fiist and Thirty-,
J ' ' 1
second streets; builder, John Steinhausen;
UEOROB LARPEN Repair one-story
frame dwelling. 1111 East Twenty-second
street North, between Emerson and buiuner
streets: builder, 1.. Larsen, $50.
E T. FAILING Erect one-story frame
garage, 1111 East Thirty-sixth street North,
between Killingsworth and Emerson streets;
builder, same: 'S to. '
UNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHI'RCII
Erect one-story frame church, 7.VI .East
Seventv-fii-st street North, between 11-re-niont
and Koech streets; builder, A. W.
H. K. Hank Repair two-story frame
dwelling. 417 Russell straet, between Vnlon
avenue and Eust Seventh streets; builder,
same:- Mint; '
THOMAS MANN Repair two-story frame
apai-tmeuts, 506 First street, between Lin
coln and Grant streets; buiMer, j;anie: tl5U.
J. H. TILLMAN COMPANY Erect two
slory frame dwelling, ?30 Thompson street,
between East Twenty-sixth and Hast
Twenty-seventh streets; builder same.;
UliS. A. If. WURMAN Repair three
storv ordinary cold stoiaHe. 135 l-"ront suvet,
corner Airier street: builder, J. H. Day. ;'.
GEOKGK W. LEWIS Erect one-story
frame barn. 1550 Omaha avenue, between
Ijnibard and Butfalo streets; builder, same;
vORBOtlX NEWS COMPANY Erect three
story office and workroom. 440 (lllsan street,
between Eleventh and Twelfth streets;
builder. James P. Taylor: $2mO.
UEQRGE W. STAl'I.ETON Erect one
story ' frame garas;e2!2 East Fifteenth
street North, between Wasco and Ciacka
mas streets; -builder, same: $250.
M. F. THOMPSON Erect one-story flame
dwelling. 1.141 East Ninth street North, be
tween Bolman and Magnolia streets; builder,
H. H. Grimm; $14.10.
MR. FARRI.S Repair one-and-one-half-storv
frame dwelling, HIS Union avenue
North, between East Irving and Oregon
streets: builder, rninford Urnthers: s.Oo.
SCHOOL DISIRK'T Nl"MBER ONE Re
pair two-storv frame school. East Thirty
fourth and Thirty-fifth streets and Yamhill
and Taylor streets; bulldor, H. W. Hopkins;
HELSON BROTHERS Repair one-story
frame uaeon shed. 350 Stanton street, be
tween Rodney and Union avenues; buiUlor,
dav work ; 50.
F. SIGSBY- Erect one-story frame gar
age, , 3495 East Ash street, between East
Filly-fourth and East Fifty-fifth streets;
builder, same: S5.
J. B. MOORE Construct retaining wall.
Wisteria avenue, between East Forty-eighth
nud Eiist Forty-uintli streets; builder,
MRS. FRANK CHRIPMAN Erect one
story frame gnrrjre, 533 Webster street, be
tween Eleven h and Twelfth streets; builder,
O. Kuedy: $50.
E. A. M"YKRS Rcpnlr one-story frame
dwelling. 4110 Holman street, between Hast
Niuth and and East Tenth streets; builder.
M. O. Metcnlf: $225.
M. K. WATKINS Erect one-story frame
garage. 1102 East Twenty-fifth street North,
between Sumner and Emerson streets;
builder. T). H. Blchnn; $20"
YANDE WANKKIS Repair one-story
trams dwelling. 31(1 Holland street, be-,
tween Curtis and Ylllard streets; builder,
Mr. Smith: $100.
H. TMERPCH Erect one-story frame psr
ai?, 325 Trenton street, between Foster aud
Peninsula; builder, same; Ho0.
T. H. I, ANKER Repair one-and-one-half-story
frame dwelling. 1"31 East Yam
hill street,, between East Forty-sixth and
East Forty-seventh streets; builder, same;
$75.00. ' ,
WALTER n.VREER Erect one-story
frame shack, C041 Sixty-third avenue South
east, between Sixtieth and Sixty-second
streets: ttiilaer. W. K. Hamilton: $150.
REALTY ASSOCIATE Repair three
story ordinary stores, 173-175 Fourth street,
between Morrison and Yamhill streets;
builder. Parker it Ttanflcld; $500.
E. H. PAN'HOrtST Erect one-story frame
parage, 1049 Alherta street, between Kant
Thirty -fifth and Marguerite avenue; builder,
T. KLINKER Repnlr one-story frame
dwelling. 317 Ivy street, between Rodney
and Williams avenues; builder, same; $100.
V. G. BhlRRY Repair one-story frame
store. 711!) Fifty-flr.st avenue. between
Seventy-first and Seventy-second streets;
builder, same; $5o.
THEODORE KAPERERfi Repair one
story frame store: 6"Ki4 Eighty-sixth street
Southeast, between Woodstock avenue and
Sixtv-thlrd avenue: Bfiilrier. same; $10o.
WILKINSON LIBRARY COMPANY Re
pair ori't-story frame pinning mill,
Derby sireet, between Argvle and Columbia
boulevard; bunder, same: $50.
EAP1L BILLINGS Erect one-and-one
half-story frame dwelling. 1282 East iieventh
street North,, between Ainswnrth and llol
man streets; buildr, same; $50O.
J. L. SCHEUERMAN Erect one-and-one-half-story
frame dwelling. 0223 Elghtv-nlnth
street Southeast, between Woodstock ave
nue and Sixty-third avenue; builder, same;
E. E. "BROWN Repair one-story frame
store. 3525 Denver avenue, corner Buffalo
street; builder, Thomes Morrow; $300.
II. S. BUTTF.RFIELD Erect one-story
frame garage. 811 Kearney street, between
T-wenty-flfth end Twenty-sixth streets;
builder. J. A. Eallstrom: 150.
LOUIS KT'HEX Repair one-story frame
store, 4:14 Hon street, between Tenth ana
Eleventh streets; builder, E. C. Wegman
TIMBER BEING SURVEYED
dJATOCR XEARLY III AD K OF no ACIl
TRACT EAST OF Sl'TIIERLIX.
Loss'ne Roads to Be Built and )e
Mill of 250,000 Fert CupaeKy
pne This Vfar,
SUTHERLTN', Or., Feb. 23. (SpeciaL)
Work will be resumed within 10 days
on the surrey of the Itonch Timber
Company's big- tract east of -Sutherlin
by the Lumbermen's Engineering Com
party, of Portland.
A complete contour of 55,000 ernes
was made by the Portland ensmners
two years atro. the work was resumed
last November, but an early Fall of
snow drove the surveyors out of the
mountains. Upon completion of nearly
10,000 acres remaining tho tract of tha
Roach company will be the larsest
contoured area of timber on record.
The Sutherlin company plans to di
vide Its tract into eifrht districts, each
ef which will be tapped by a loggrins;
road and several of these districts will
be turned over to independent sawmill
The P.oach company will commence
construction on two railroads from
Sutherlin to the timber at an early
date and one mill of a capacity of "oO,-
000 feet will be ouilt this year.
Owinir to the present upward tend
encjr of lumber prices the local timber
men' feel assured other big sawmillina;
companies will locate at Sutherlin just
as soon as it is possible to put the
Roach company's loss tin tho market.
DALLY aiEXJiOitOLOGICAt, JUil'OKr,
rORTLANrr. Feb. 2:1. Maximum temper
ature, 05 degrees; minimum, 4J otKiot-B.
Rivpr i-Anrtlnc- jtt A. M. S.O feet: charme in
last 2t hours, t.8 foot fall. Total rainfall
C5 P. M. to 5 1. 1. ). none: total raintall
since September a. jiii;. o.i inene; nui
snal rainfall since September 1, 3U.0J' ineliei;
excess or rainrail snipe, .vpiemnfr J, .iim..
d k7 Inches Total sunsnine l-enruary ..i.
7 hours. 10- minutes: possible- sunshine, 30
hours. 4S minutes. Barometer (reduced t
sea level) at 0 H. l.. Incnes. ltetauvc
humidity at lionn, tl per cent.
r !- 2
STATIONS.- " I If I S BU,t,f
Z i c Weather.
2 u ?
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00... IS iRaiu
.U0. ..NT' Clear
114 1 ?i V. lOIKlJf
m', . . .NE Snow
'-'II 10 N '( lear
(io 16 s r-lear
.0(1 12 NWTc'Iiar
(mi'. .,sv iClouily
00 lOiSW U'loudy
.001. .iSIC 'Clear
.001. .!W Cloudy
.li(i . .iN W Clear
Murph field . . .
New Orleans. . .
North Yakima. .
fct. Louis ......,
(XI . . NWK'lear
( . .IS k-lear
V2,. . N
00, 1 X -00).
1I.1H V V.
dOli' NK ( louny
A larfte hlBh-pressure area extends from
BrltUli Columbia suulhcaslwanl to .orthvra
for Your Savings
amounts as low as
$100 secured by selected
first mort KaeB on im
proved property (a punran
teed safe investment at a
hirrh interest rate) are now
available in our recent issue
of Farm Mortgage Bonds.
TVtHlls in "Fetter In
vest in o n t m " Hook let
mailed free upon re
Title A Trust Hlda.,
1 1. i
The value of our farm rrnl
estate and huilding-M in t h n
l:nited SlMon is thirty fivo
4-ilhon dollai.s. StK-li lurid in
cieases in value enormounly
on tin advent of Knot! road.
This inirca.se in value i.s
cnsily proven by tho experi
ence, ot .Mullnoinali t'ounty.
Wherever the roads were Im
proved value ini-reitNcd to it
point that eiuU'il lh" tost of
improvement. Thirty th(u-an i
acres of land tohipariilively
valuele atonir the Columbia
Itiver liiirliwuy in now rated
us the most tiowlriible Mneo
this wonderful road has buuii
"Warren Itrothr.s Conipuny.
1'oi Llund. Oregon.
,'animrrit on .Nww York htoyk KxcIihuki
lnvt-tliunt opport un li U'M 1 prinlfij til
plnln KiiKlisli In Till-: OlH LOT RK
VIK V, J 1 h yrir. M-nil f or 1 re cur
rent issue. .John Mutr 4s. Co., til Urcad-wi-v.
N'W itrk Otv.
New Mexico and a small dcpreoclon Is erntrsl
over the Red ltlvr Valley of tut North. An
other low-preur art-a in lu th process of
development over Ihe t-oulh AUuntlc Mute.,
l.lnht rain lias fallen in (ho l.mer Missis
sippi Valley. 'lrineMH. C'hlo VlU-r. south
eru portion of ti ljk'H Jtw;ien uud huiitll
Atloutic fiitates. Snow lius (nH.-ui'r-tl in tlm
Camidliiu Northwest snd In portions of
Motitalia. t'hsnires in teniperaturs sines yes
terday liavo be.u unlmiMji-tsrit.
Coiidilloris ate faorable fr fair weather
In this district Tuosday, wltli liurtil to att
Portland and vicinity Fair, northeaster!
LUeron and WashlnBton Fair, northeast-
K. A. HEAI.S. Ksrecastar.
ROAD BUILDING PROJECTED
Bond Issue and Kutt-usive Work'
Proposed In Vmatilla Couiity.
TENPLKTOX, Or., Feb. 13. (Spe
cial.) Work will be started Immedi
ately or tha project to boud Umatilla
County for the purpose of contructin
a comprehensive fystcm of good roada
throughout Umatilla Ootmly. To pro
mute the movement County JudK
Charles Marsh has appointed a nuu
mitteo fomposed of J. H. Kuylor. 1 re
WHter; II. 1.. JYazier, Miltun: WLliiHtn
MtlCenzie. Weston; W. S. Fersruoon,
Athena; CJ. JI. Jlorrison, Adams; t'ai 1
Kupers, Helix; C. J. Xlramwull. Uma
tilla; C. K AIcXauKht, HermiHton; K.
A. Holte, Stanileld: J. Cunch, ICcbo;
bt. Casteel, Pilot ltock; J. X. BurKCho.
The bond question will be submitted
to the voters probably at tne Way pri
(Wltkoat Cbanire Ea JTtata
C'leun, l .
Comfortable. i 4
l leeantly Appointed! f
S. S. BEAVER
Sails iron llsiwwtk Dock
S P. M Peb. St.
100 Golden Miles aa
All Kates Include
Ilerths and Men la.
l al.le and Servlca
The His Franrlseo Jt Portland S. .
Co.. TUIrd and tv aliln;ton .Mreels
(with .-V . K. M. Co. t lei. siroatl
vtay A 0121.
Coiunugule r.eaerate Trannatlanmiu
1-llM II M.K1KL
Sailings From NEW YORK to BORDEAUX
ROCIIAMBEAU Mar. 4.31M.
CHICAGO Mar. IX, 3 P. M.
LA TOCKA1NE. . .'. . .Mar. 18, 3 V. M.
LAFAYETTK Mar. 23. 3 P. JU.
l OK IM OKM ATtO.N Al'l L V
r. W. M'lMil.K, Milh M.
A J. C HtKI. ION. !." Morrison W.
tl K. IiAKUMIV C. V- W. ''""I
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- lt,li;lk lOO 'I'lilrrf f.t
11 DU K(. Sis ahtuifion Nt.
MtUlll HANK KO.Ul. I II l h aad War ta,
I' I. VI AKI AM. Xil and M aelitnclon bis.
U. lillll, l.s intru Bl. lurtuuiu.
Take a Trip to
Suva. New Zealand, Australia.
On the Palatial fasscug-er Steamers
(O.UUO tons) (1J.UUU tuns)
Ealllnt; from Vaneonver. B. C
Mskura...Feb. ri! II Makura...Aprtl 19
huant..lar. I-,l Mirs....Mf IV
And Kvery t Iajs Thrraarisr.
Bend for particulars of our
ROIND TACIKIO IOIM
and' all other Information to Canadian
Parlfle Hallway, f'5 Third Pt lortln1
or to ths CMiiadlaa-Auslraluua Hoyal Mail
Line. 44i ktyiuvur tl Vauoouvcr. At. C
FridRT. lbruary 25. ff:S0 T. M.
Pan frro'iMru, furtUnil Jt I cm Anfiu
IZt Xtlixd bt. A 4utie. Muin .