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THE OREGONIA3T. WEDNESDAY, JAXUART 10, 1917.
'High Prices Induce Selling by
EASTERN DEMAND LIGHTER
local 31 arket Is Steady, With Few
Chang es at Board Session Oats
Are Strong and Tending
Upward Barley Easier.
Vhera, has been & fair amount of wheat
selling tty Interior dealers during the past
three ell .jrs as a consequence of the higher
prices a ffered. Farmers' holdings are still
absent S rom the market Locally the situa
tion wj .s unchanged and the market was
regarded as steady to firm In spite of the
recessiq n. at Chicago. There was some In
quiry Crom the East, but It was not as Im
portant as heretofo-e.
At tl le Merchants Exchange January blue
stem I Ids were advanced 1 cent, February
forty-f old waa 1 cent lower, and January
Russia n 1 cent higher. Other wheat bids
The oats market was strong, with $36.50
bid fl r both aellverles. Barley prices were
uncha nged. but the market was easier at
San j 'rancisco and In the East.
Th4 1 entire flour list was advanced 20
cents a barrel to the $S.20 basis for patents.
This price lacks only 20 cents of the top
mani: of the season, which was established
last November. No change was made In
IJIradstreefs visible wheat decrease Is
8.7BJi.0OO bushels; corn Increase, 792,000
buTifcels; oats Increase, 975.000 bushels: vis
ible. In wheat Is made up of United States
anil Canada only; afloat for and in Europe
not Included; cable not ' received.
Terminal receipts In cars were reported,
by (the Merchants Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay
Portland'. Tnes. 8 1 20 20 14
Tear ago 19 .... 9 9
Se!'.on to date. 34!5 123 041 14r0 1297
Teajrago 6SS0 1276 043 715 1371
Taooma. Mon.. 32 1 33
Tear ago 10 8 12
Fewon to date. 4S87 110 .... 223 1300
Teair ago ...... 65C.2 ,448 .... 235 1424
.Seattle, Mon... 21 2.3 10 23
Year ago 23 3 5 20
Season to date. Sfi21 247 902 9.12 2409
Tear ago. 6059 1179 1412 6ST 2W2
TRIBUTE TO NORTHWESTERS' AJPPIJE
Virginia Agricultural Expert Fays Remark
A lemarkable compliment was recently
paid the Northwest apple In an address de
livered before the Virginia State Horticul
tural Society at Roanoke. The speaker was
one of the best-known fruit experts of the
toutn, F. II. LaEaume, agricultural and ln-
dustrial agent of the Norfolk & Western
Railway Company, and in his address he out
lined! the marketing and advertising cam
paigns conducted for the apples of the Pa
cific Northwest, and plainly told Virginia
appj.emen that these Northwest apples were
the finest offered in the American market.
T2ne address has been circulated through
out the South, and is from beginning to end
s remarkable tribute to the marketing or
ganization and to the quality of Northwest
apples. Mr. LoBaume- said in part:
"JThe Western growers of both deciduous
end citrus fruits have far surpassed the
Eastern growers In the efficient grading,
packing and standardization of their frnit.
in the systematic marketing of same and In
the. attractive advertising of their products
to the general public Our Eastern growers
re going to continue to be seriously handi
capped in the world's markets unless they
adopt the same methods that have brought
success to the growers in other districts.
-While I believe that our Virginia grow
ers have accomplished wonderful results In
the. better production, selection and standard
packing of their fruits within the past few
vears. nevertheless. It is a recognized fact
that we do have growers who slight their
pack and as a consequence give our Eastern
growers and their apples an exceedingly
bail reputation on many markets. I, myself,
within the past few years have purchased
anples from one of the leading growers of
Virginia in boxes labeled 'Extra Fancy,"
parying $3 per box therefor, and on opening
them found under a good top row wormy,
speckled and otherwise blemished apples
that ehould not be used by any honest
grower n filling out any standard pack. It
would be folly, indeed, to spend money In
advertising Virginia apples until some sys
tem has been worked out whereby all the
apples advertised under a trade name shall
be ' subject to inspection by representatives
of the marketing exchange."
KROCCOI.I CROP TWO HUNDRED CARS
Umpqna Valley tnlon Prepares for Its Best
TtOSEBTJRG, Or., Jan. 9. (Special.)
With weather conditions and markets en
tirely satisfactory, which now practically
guarantees a most successful season for the
Douglas County broccoli, the TJmpqua Val
ley Fruit TJnlon today began preparations
for the shipment of the biggest and most
profitable crop yet to bo handled by that
For the first time since broccoli has been
handled on a big scale, the fruit union will
this year divide its shipments between two
jioints. While moat of ths crop will be
handled from the union's headquarters here
that portion of the crop grown in tha South
ern part of the county will be shipped from
Kiddie All of the product, aa in former
years, will bo shipped- to Chicago, where it
will be sold through the commission houses
of that city.
A. I Kitchin. manager of the TJmpqua
Valley Fruit Union, returned hero tonight,
from Riddle, where he mads arrangements
lor a warehouse In which to handle tlsa
product grown in that vicinity. He says 17 1
less than 200 cars of broccoli will be shlprsed
out of Douglas County this season. With, an
average of about 430 crates to the car this
means 90,000 crates of broccoli will be "mar
keted by the farmers of Douglas Cuunty
during the next few months. Packing and
shipalng of the product will begin in, Feb
ruary and will continue into March.
It OP PRICES ARE HOLDING STEADY
Moderate Amount of ISuMneHS Passing In
There Is a moderate amount off business
passing in the hop market this .week at
prices ranging from 6 to 8 '4 2ents, with
the bulk of sales at to 7V4 cents.
H. L. Hart has purchased a number of
Dallas crops, including tho $5-baIe Card
' lot at 7 cents, a carload fnom Bevins at
7i cents, and 120 bales from Coe at the
same price, also a number of smaller lots
amounting to about 200 bales at from 6 to
English advices show that Imports of
hops Into Great Britain, less exports for the
months of September to November, both in
clusive, were 1449 ewts., as against 33,360
cwt. for the corresponding period one year
ago, and 16,449 cwts. two years ago.
DECLINE IN EGO PRICES CHECKED
Receipts Are larger But Clean Cp
The decline in ths egg market has been
checked for the time being, as is usually
tho case when prices start downward after
the holidays. Ths general price quoted on
the street yesterday was 34 cents, and al
though receipts were fairly liberal dealers
had no difficulty la cleaning up at this
The butter market waa steady and un
changed. Poultry continued to sell at top prices,
but tha demand, was not as keen as last
week, and an easing off In the market Is
expected. The demand for veal is also
slower than heretofore.
Cascara Bark at Londoa,
A London trade paper says of cascara
"Cascara sagrada Is dearer, spot sales hav
ing been made at from 65s to 70s per cwt
There appears to be no limit asked, on
freight rates from tha Pacific Coast on cas
cara, and In one instance we hear 30 per
ton was quoted, to which must be added the
various shipping and Insurance charges.
London stock at end of November was 88
tons. In the drug auctions 320 bags of fair
two-year-old bark was offered, of which 60
bags had been sold at 70s per cwt. net and
gross for net."
Sale of Vegetables Lighter.
Tho rapid advance in vegetable prices is
having an effect on Front-street business,
and sales in this line have been much re
duced. Receipts of green produce from the
South are now unusually small, but the
quantity is proving sufficient in view of the
price. There were no further changes yes
terday In ths onion or potato markets.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern, cities
yesterday were as follows:
Portland $1,896,079 J173.924
Seattle 3,101. 49S 524.552
Tacoma . . r.fifi t?34 Jfa
Spokane 939,419 lOttiell
ORTLASD MARKET QUOTATIONS
Grain, Hour, FctHl, Etc.
Merchants' Exchange, noon session.
January delivery. Bid.
Wheat Bid. Tr. Ago.
Bluestem $ 1.63 $ 1.02
Forty-fold 1.57 1.00
Club 1.64 .97
Red fife .06
Red Russian 1.53 .80
No. 1 white feed 36.50 24.73
No. 1 feed 39.00 26 25
February bluestem 1.B8
February forty-fold 1.57
February club 1.55
February Russian 1.53
February oats 36.50
February barley 319.00
FLOUR Patents, $8.20: straights, ST.40
7.60; Valley, $7.70; whole wheat, $8.40; gra
MIlrLFEET) Spot prices: Bran, J26.50
per ton; shorts, $30.50 per ton; rolled bar
COiiN Whole. $47 per ton; cracked, $48'
HAY Producers' prices: Timothy, East
ern Oregon, $1921 per ton; timothy. Val
ley. $16jj,17 per ton; alfalfa. $171S; "Val
ley grain hay, $1315; clover. $12.50.
Dairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER Cubes. extras. 84 54 S5c;
prime firsts. 83c: firsts, 82c Jobbing pri-.e:
Prime extras, 37ff38c: cartons, lc extra;
butterfat. No. 1. 38c; No. 2, 860, Portland,
CHEESE Jobbers' buvlng prices, f. c bx.
dock, Portland: Tillamook triplets, 20o;
Young Americas, not quoted.
EGGS Oregon ranch, current receipts.
831-ia35c per doz: Oregon ranch, candied,
36 37c per dozen; Oregon ranch, selects,
POULTRY Hens. 15318c; Springs. 16
17c per pound; turkeys, live, 20922c;
dressed, 25 28c; ducks. 16lSc; geese. 12
VEAL Fancy, 14H15o per pounaL,
PORK 12 Vi 13c per pound.
- Fruits and Vegetables.
Local jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges, navels.
$2.252.50: Japanese, 83cS1.25 pefbundle;
lemons, per box; bananas 0c per
pound; grapefruit, $3 5: tangerines. $1.25
VEGETABLES Artichokes, Oe$L10 per
dozen; tomatoes, nominal; cabbage. $2.25 SJ
2.76 per hundred: eggplant, 25c per pound;
lettuce. $5f.252.50; cucumbers, $1B02 per
doz.; celery, $5.25 5.50 crate; cauliflower,
$2.25 per crate; squash. lc per pound;
peppers, 23c per pound; sack vegetables,
$1.25 per Back; sprouts, 10c pen- pound.
POTAfOB- Oregon buying prices, $1.75
82.00 per hundred; sweet. $4 "per hundred.
ONIONS Oregon buying prices, $4 per
sack, country points.
GREEN FRUITS Apples. fcoc$1.50 per
box; pears. $1.502.50; cranberries. Ill & 12
Local Jobbing quotations:
SALMON Columbia Rive-, 1-pound tails,
$2.40 per dozen; one-half flats $1.50; 7
pound flats, $2.50; Alaska pinks, 1-pound
HONEY Choice, $33.a5 per case.
NUTS Walnuts, sack lots. 1Sc: Brazil
nuts, 19c; filberts, 19c; almonds, 18lc;
peanuts, 7c; cocoanuts, 9f -n per dozen; pe
cans, lS19c; chestnuts 10c
BEANS Small white. 11 "4c: large white,
11.10c: Lima, 9lc; bayou. 8.20c; pink. 8ic;
red Mexicans, 9c; iamchurian, 8 He.
COFFEE Roasted, in drums, 17 35c
SUGAR Fruit said berry. $7.80: beet,
$7.10; extra C, $6.80; powdered, in barrels,
$7.80; cubes. In barrels, $S.OS.
SALT Granulated-, $16.75 per ton: half
ground 100s. $11.30 "per ton; 50s, $12.10 per
ton: dairy, $14.73 tfcr ton.
RICE Southern bead, 73 71ie per pound;
Vtfi-ilrctn si- Tartan - I J s? a 1
DRIED FRUIT 3 Apple. 10 11c; apri-
iwv; u'sHcnes, ospiuc, prunes.
Italian. SOc: iia.lsins. ri.t.
Persian. 15c pe pound; fard. "$2.50 per
i?tx; currants, lAi16c; figs, 3.J0 per
Hops. Wool. Hides. Etc.
HOPS 1016 crop, 68c per pound
HIDES Salitd hides 25 lbs. and up)
10c. salted sistirs (50 lbs. and up), lie;
green and sailed kin fir, lbs. to "r. lhsi
2Cc; green ari salted calf skins (up to 13
lbs.), 2880oj green hides (25 lbs. end up),
17c; green sjxtgs (50 lbs. and up), lac: dry
hides, 30c; clry salt hides, 25c; dry horse
hides, $182' salt horse hides, $3 S3.
PELTS lifry long-wooled pelts. 21c; dry
25c each; raited long-wooled pelts. $lL5u.
salted shojrt-wooled pelts, 5cfi$l. .
TALLOW 8(&)c Der nound.
WOOL--Eaern Oregon, fine, 24 30c;
CASCAfftA BA-RK Old and new, 5e per
HAMS All sizes choice. 25tiA.- itRnrt.M
22c; ginned. 20fi21c; picnics, 14fec; cot
tage rcils, tc
BACON Fancy. 2S',430c; standard, 24
DKT SALT Short, clear backs, lT19c:
exports IS 0 20c: plate. M&16Uc
LAI;D Tierce basis, kettle rendered.
19 or. standard. 19c; compound. 3 6c
B.'JRREL GOODS Mess beef, $22; plate
beef $23; brisket pork, market; tripe. $10.o0
KEROSENE Water white, drams, barrels
tanK wascns, iuc; cases, 18i22c.
T5ASOLINE Bulk, 21c: cases. 3oc; naph
tYa, drums, 19c; cases, 30e; engine dlstll-ltf-te.
drums. 10c: cases. 19c
LINSEED OIL Raw. drums. $1.10. bsr-
ih. ti.ve, casc, Doiieu, arums, si.ija
barrels, $1.10; cases. $1.15. "
t 'I' 1 L. V) I.- 'I- T V T7 1 .. i .
-. v.... a... li.-i . iniiKB, vie; in cases.
72c; 10-case lots, lc less.
SAN I'KAXCISCO PBODCCE MARKET
Prices Current on Butter, Eggs, Fruits. Vex
etables. Etc., at Bay City.
KAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 8. Batter Fresh
exiras, 00c; prime iirsts, m'toc; fresh firsts.
Eggs Fresh extras. 39e: uullets. sni
Cheese New. 18c; young Americas, 2Uc
t-omtry uens. 24ic; old. roosters, 11
izc; iryers. 5iS2Sc; broraers, 27 30c
large. 2Bc; squabs, $2.25j2.50; pigeons.
vegetaDlcs Lettuce. Srthern. 75c$l;
"Quji ? ...jtf i.uv, iwM, eouiDern, Taney,
arse, auiuiic; cream scrUBsh, S5c$1.25
tomatoes, sjutnarn, $1.75li2.00- eggplant,
7lS10c; green peppers, 7lic; garlic, 35e;
celery. $4.505.t)O; rhubarb, $1.25175;
uuixiiuwmL una noooara squasn, $11.25
roratoes tivers. 2.B52.40; sweet po-
Onions Carload lots. SA.
Fruit Pears, Winter Nellis. Sl.T.t;
$3.003.2.i; grapefruit, $i.252.50; oranges!
navels, $2.602.75: bunanas, $1.25 1.50:
.. .... . . , appiea, ,f wiown Pin
pins, Sl.OOKl.lO: Bellsitleur. 75iiiil on
Feedstutfs Cracked corn and feed corn
meat, uucfrwin; ruuea Oariev, $45 00047 00'
meal alfalfa, $20.50. cajlon-rt lota- nn
Receipts Flour, 1444 Quarters: huri.V
8660 centals; beans, "iK sacks: potatoes, 22.10
.vd , .. ..i.n, AAU 7-ikcKs; nay, cox tons;
uiues, ivj; wins, . . I UO gallons.
Coffee Fntvrcs Are Lower.
NEW TOBK, Jan. . Ths marlio .t.
fee futures was lowsr todav nnrlor
realizing 01 liquid! oion. which seemed to
come largely from. Wall street and cotton
trade sources. Tne, market opened at a de
cline of 1 to 4 p ints, and active months
sold e to 10 points net lower during the
middle of the day with May touching 8.83c
and S3pt--mU r 9.JBc. Slight rallies followed
ou covering with tjhe rtrket closing net un
changed to S poUsts lowei. Sales were esti
mated at 70.CUO Vass. Jcnuarv, 8.78c; Feb-
r,Jj, .witn, c."-; April, o.V2o; May
S.HOc. June. !,; Jolj. 9.04c: AumiL ft Oft--
Sentemb!r. 0-4s, Cetobut. 8.19c; November,
4 24t. uecemoer. v.-'t-.
SDOt. uncnan e?d : Rfc 7n 1(W. Smtn. -
11c. Firm oCtrs from Brazil were again
Pirtel aqftrcH! In tje ccst and freight mar
ket wlih 4 aubted at lCe. London credits
The cf0clatl cuoles reported no change
In the BrizliSrt marke'.s, except for a par-
uu avi-ce.-oL.'a seis m banios xutHres,
METALS HEAD LIST
Coppers Register Gains of One
to Five Points.
MERGER RUMORS REVIVED
Steel Is Firm In Anticipation of Fa
vorable Tonnage Statement to Be
Issued Today-Satall Motors
NETW TOEK, Jan. . Metala wers ths
most active and as a croup ths strongest
features of today's listless market, leading
coppers recording gross gains of 1 to 0
points on a revival of rumors suggesting a
combination of several of tho larger produc
ing companies and their subsidiaries.
Tho other side of the account was repre
sented by motors and a few kindred issues.
A further decline of 1444 points In the new
Shares rtf ti nral I'd m nfltlV was
generally attributed to disappointment aH
the small dividend voted by tha directors.
The movement of United States Steel ana
other leading Industrials, as well as equip
ments and munitions, had Its basis chiefly
In speculative operations. Steel made an ex
treme gain of 14. The United States Steel
tonnace report for December, to be Issued
tomorrow, is expected to approach the high
record established in the previous month.
Sales amounted to 625,000 shares.
.Bonds moved contrarlly. Total sales, par
value, $7,050,000. United States bonds were
unchanged on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Sales. H"iirh. Low. bid.
Am Beet Sugar.. 1,500 P5'4 Pet
American Can... 6.10O 47r- 48 47Vi
Am Car 4 Fdry.. 6,oo BtSi
American Loco.. 3.0OU 77 V 7j 77
Am Sm & Ftefg.. 16,600 107V1 108
Am Sug Refg.... 4v 110 100 110
Am Tel & Tel.... .000 1M6 12HH 12li
Am Z L Sc. S .WO 38 3.-. 36
Anaconda Cop... 13.000 84 SI " S3 V,
Atchison 8.30O 107 H 104 H 105
Baldwin Loco... 4.R00 fvSTs 83 55
Bait & Ohio MH 4 84 83
B&SOopoer... 200 47 461 47
Calif Petrol 1,800 2H 2-4 26
Canadian Paclf. 200 158 157H 158
Central Leath.... 12,700 95,i 83 B5H
Chc-s Ohio 400 B4V4 64 Vi
Chi Mil & St P. .. 1.100 91 4 80 V 1
CM4NW 300 122i 121 Ik 121
CR14P Ry 33
Chlno Copper. .. 5.5O0 54 74 53 54
Colo Fa& Iron.. 800 46 46 4fl
Corn Prod Ret. 2.700 22 21 22
Crucible Steel. . . 11.70O 4 2j 6ST4
Hist Securities.. 2.K.0 28 26 27 H
Erie l.WMJ :13 32 ft S3
Gen Electric 7od 1G9 16714 187
Gt North pfd 1.410 116 116 116
lit Nor Ore ctfs.. 20O B6 38 "
Illinois Central 103
lnt Cornsol Corp. 800 15 15 - 15
Inspiration Cop.. 8.800 B 67 5S
lnt HarvNJ 119
lnt M M pfd ctfs. 14,500 86 84 84
K C Southern... 400 25 24 24
Kennecott Cop.. 27.800 46 44 46
Louis at N'ash ' 133
Mexican Petrol.. Sl.Sno 106 102 106
Miami Copper... 2,900 4114 40 41
M K T pfd 18
Missouri pacific 14
Montana Power 101 I
Nevada Copper.. 2.500 24 23 23
IN x uentral..... 1.70O 103 102 102
NTNH4H... 10.70O 49 46 47
Norfodk & West. 133
North Pacific... 1.2O0 100 107 108
Pacific Mall 300 20 19 20
Pac Tel & Tel 82
Pennuylvanla. . .. 1.600 r.8 .'.! R8
Ray Consol Cop. 8,300 27 26 27
Reading 4,0fK 102 ln 102
Ren Ir Steel... 4.60O f-o 79&i 80
Shat Ana Cop. . . 800 26 S.". 26
Southern Paclf.. r.00 87 87 87
Southern Ry . 1.SOO 314 81 81
StudebaJter Co.. 7.JOO 106 103 106
Texas Company. 7 AOO 42 ?."! 241
Union Pacific... 2.800 144 143 144
do pfd 83
TJ S Ind Alcohol. 24.700 121 117 120
V S Sieel 144.600 113 111 113
do pfd 1 loo 120 ino i?n
Utah Copper. ... 4.5O0 105 100 105
vvaoash pro B... 4CX 29 ii 23 29
Western Union. . SCO 6 85 85
Westing Elect. .. 1.600 64 62 64
lotai sales for the day, 625.000 shares.
IT S ref ?s reg.Pac T & T Bs...l01
u s ref 2s con.-siPenn con 4...K'.
II S II rer "101 13 P ref 4a 83 't
U S Kb coupon.. .101 '.U P 4s u
i; K 4S reg "HO TJ p cv 4s P4
U S 4s coupon. 130'U S Steel 5s. ...106
Atch per 4s 8 13 P cv 5s -03
N P 4s 85iAnglo-French 6s 82
N P 3s 7
Mining; Storks at Boston.
BOSTON, Jan. 9. Closing quotations:
C5 (Old Dora.
a rt 2 c om . - - -
13 Osceola ..
Calumet & Ariz. 7n
Cal & Hecla. ...545
Sup & Bos Min.
Centennial ..... 22
Cop Rge Con... 66
East Mutte COD. 14
Isle Roy (Cop). 1
. 84 iVolverlns
' Money, Kxclbge Etc.
NEW "FORK Jan. 0 Mercantile paper,
3 per c?nt.
Sterling. 6l-ly bl':ia, $4.71; commercial
80-Uay Mils on harks, $-.71; commercial
GO-day hills, C4.7i; demand, $4.75
cables. $4.76 7-16. Francs, demand 3.84
cables. $5.83. Marks, demand. 70; cables,
7C'i. Kronen, demand, 11; cables, 11.
emitters. lemana. -M' , cacies, 4Uft. iires,
demand. 6 80. cables, 6.08. Rubles, demand,
2-.1-X: cal.les. 28.
Bar silter. 0c
Mexican dollars 7'Ac.
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds,
Time loans ssy; PO days, 303 per cent:
80 days. SUSIti; six znorths. 3 3 per
Call nocn. Sla: high. 2 par cent:
low, 2 per cent; inline rate. 2 per cent; last
lean, 2 per cmt; c ctirt, oia. s per cent;
olfircd at 2 i"T cent
SAJT FRANCISCO, Jan. . Sterling,
$4.71; demand, $4.73: cables, $4.76
Mexican dollars, &7.15c. '
LONDON, Jan. 9. Bar silver, 86 4 per
Merry. 4 per cent.
Discount Tates Short bills, 5 per cent
three months, 6 per cent.
NEW TORK. Jan. 9. The cotton futures
market closed unsettled at a net advance
of 1 to 4 points. bpot cotton quiet. Atia-
dling-uplands, $lSJo. .o sales.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 9. Cotton ginned
nrinr to January 1 amounted to 11.045.225
running bales. Including 188.0S2 round bales
and 113,350 bales of Sea Island, the Census
Bureau today announced. Last year prior
to January 1 rinnlngs amounted to 10.636,
778 bales, or 96.1 per cent of the crop, in
cluding 105,765 ronnd bales and 88,933 bales
of Sea Island.
Ginnlngs by states follow: Alabama. 640.
820; Arkansas. 1.060.708; California, 28.237;
Florida. 00,305: Georgia, 1.811.266; Louisi
ana. 436.337: Mississippi. 777.213; Missouri,
50.T27: North Carolina, 642.824; Oklahoma,
798.963: South Carolina, 822. OS0; Tennessee,
357.114; Texas, 8,526.106; Virginia, 26,19:
all other states, 11,283.
SAVANNAH, Jan. 8. Turpentine, firm,
63c: sales, 166 barrels: receipts, 168 bar
rels: stock, 23,653 barrels.
Rosin firm; sales, 984 barrels; receipts,
K48 barrels; shipments, 1000 barrels; stock.
90,328 barrels. Quote: A. B, C. D. E. F,
6.25; G. $6.27: H. $6.8006.40; L $6.50; X.
$6 60; M. $6.70; $6.85; WG, $7.10; WW,
London Wool Sales,
LONDON. Jan. 9. There was setlve com
petition for the mixed sssortment of 8400
bales offered st the wool auction sales to
day. Good clips were firm, but other grades
wers irregular. West Australian greasy
sold at 2s luo.
Duluth Linseed Market.
DULTJTH. Jsn. 9. Linseed on track,
$2.87; choice, $2.83; arrive. $2.88; May,
$2.01 asked; July. $2.93 asked.
Stocks Dull at London.
LONDON. Jan. 9. American securities
were almost lifeless and & fraction dearer on
ths Stock Exchange here today.
Chicago Prodncs Market.
CHICAGO. Jan. 9. Butter, unchanged.
' Eggs, higher. Receipt 4739 cases; firsts,
40 41c; ordinary firsts, 85 e 36c; at mark.
caseB Included, S2S40C.
Potatoes, lower. Receipts, 80 cars; Idaho,
Washington and Oregon white, $l.R0fM.85;
Wisconsin white. $l.CJiul.80; Michigan
white. $1. 70fi 1.80.
Metal Markets. -
NEW TORK. Jan. 9. Copper unsettled.
Electrolytic, first, second and third quar
Iron steady and unchanged.
Metal Exchange quotes tin steady. Spot.
42 5.1 r 43c
At London, spot copper, 133; futures,
129; electrolytic. U43. Spot tin, I1S1 6s;
The Metal Exchange quotes lead. 7.40 9
Spelter steady. Spot. East St. Louis de
At London, lead, 00 10s. Spelter. 30 5s.
New Tork Sugar Market.
NEW TORK, Jan. 9. Tho sreekly figures
from Cuba reporting increased grinding led
to larger offerings in ths spot sugar mar
ket and seemed to have Inspired most of
ths early trading.
FIRM MARKET AT YARDS
TOP PRICES HOLD OX BEST GRADE
Ran for Day Is Small Balk of Hosts
Sold at 10.35 and 410.40
Only four loads of stock reached the
yards yesterday, but there was some held
over from the preceding day and a moder
ately active market resulted. There was
no change In general conditions from the
Monday market and the same underlying
strength was apparent In ail lines. Ths
bulk of the prime hogs sold at Slo.33 and
$10.40. A few fair to good steers sold at
$7 to $7.35. Tha remaining cattle sales
were small lots.
Receipts were 7T cattle, 1 calf snd 143
hogs. Shippers were: Huntley Mercantile
Co., St. Johns, 2 cars cattle, hogs; Dalles
Dressed Meat Co., Shanlko, 1 car cattle;
Coates & Buchanan, Fairvlew, 1 car hogs.
The day's eales were as follows
1 steer .
1 steer .
1 steer .
1 steer .
1 cow . .
3 cows .
1 cow . .
1 cow . .
1 cow . .
1 cow .
1 cow . .
1 cow . .
1 cow .
1 cow . .
1 cow . .
1 cow .
1 cow . .
1 cow .
. 715 $6.00
236 10 35
1 '.14 10.40
. .. 834
. . . 970
. ..1 ltvO
. . .1280
. . .11W6
. ..10 2O
. . .130O
. .. 8J0
. . 670
. . 740
. . .13VJ
. .. 140
. .. 7i0
. . .. P20
6.0U 36 hogs
7.00 i3 hogi
7.1UI 1 Ik. ir
7.10 1 hog .
6.50 2 hogs .
6.50 1 hog .
6.50 17 hogs .
6.50I 3 hogs .
8.50 20 hogs .
6.00y0 hogs ,
6.601 1 hog .
6.5l 5 hoes .
6.lOl 5 hogs .
7.0OI 6 hogs ,
4.7f. 8 hogs .
5.001 8 steers
6.2.r. 1 steer
A On, 1 hog ,
4.50I s hogs
6.751 1 hog .
7 50 4 hogs
6 251 2 hogs
600 8 25
200 10 35
1 bull .
1 cow ..
1 calf . .
1 bull ..
1 cow . .
The orlKln of the stock- received
yards last monts was:
Cattle Calves Hors
Oreron 4366 150 22.165
Idaho bOO 5 10.247
Washington 1152 6S 1.261
California 156 .... 1,830
Momma, 2s 1 62
Totals ....6703 214 85,683 11.6.0
liuyers during the month were:
Cattle calves H
TTnlon Meat Co.
S. & O. C ,
R. Falrchlld .....
Carstens Co. . ,
Frye & Co
Jas. Henry ,
Tacoma Meat Co.
Barton & Co
Feeders. Idaho .
Totals 6352 207 85.678 12,138
Prices at ths yards wers as follows:
Steers, pulp fed $9 00 a 9 60
steers, prime heavy s.25i? 8 50
Steers, fai.- to good....... 7.00(a) 8.00
Cows, choice 6.75gy 7.50
Cows, medium to good.......... 6.25'iir ti.,5
Cows, ordinary to fair........... 5.50 dc 6.U0
Heifers 6.00: 7.00
Bulls 2.759 5.25
Calves 3.00 7.00
Heavy packing. 215-250 pounds. .10. 20ffl0 50
Light butchers lO.OO10.35
Light packing. 170-190 pounds. .. lO.Oll'a 1 0.13
rcougn nesvies u.uuscv 9.25
Pigs snd skips 8.50f 8.75
Stock hogs 8.004? 8-75
Yearilns wethers .............. 8.75'a 10.00
Old wethers 8.5VS 9.00
EJwts 6.73 9 8.25
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA. Jan. 9. Hogs Receipts. 27.500.
strong. Heavy, $10.4O.4i 10.7O; light. $10 W
10.6O; pigs, 310; bulk of sales. $10.10 4
10.00. ' -
Cattle Receipts. 10.200. steady. Native
steers. $7.50 11.50: cows and heifers, $0.00
fc 8.60; Western steers, $0.7039.23; Texas
steers, $0.25 'if 7. So; atockcrs and feeders.
$6.25 u 9.
Sheep "Receipts, 13.300, steady. Yearlings,
$9.2511.20: wethers, $8.00 if 11; lambs,
$12.10 13.20. "
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. Jan. 9. Hogs Receipts. 40,-
000, slow, Co under the opening, which was
10c to l.'C above yesterday's average. Bulk
$10.4010.7S; light, $1010.65; mixed,
$10.210.80: heavy, $10.85 10.86; rough.
110.35 10.50; Pigs. $7.8509.75.
CatUe Receipts. 6000, strong. Native beef
cattle. $7.6011.8O; Western steers. $7.60p
10.10; stockers and feeders, $5.60&S.50; cows
and heifers, 14.40 2110: calves. $i 18.23.
Sheep Receipts, 10.000, strong. Wethers,
a.4Uio.ov: iambs, t n.ouw la.bo.
CENTRALIA CAMPS INSTALL
Woodmen and Royal Neighbors
Hold Joint Ceremonies.
CENTRALIA, Wash., Jan. 9. (Spe
cial.) Before a crowd of 300 persons
Saturday night the local camp of Mod
ern Woodmen and Collins and Ivy
camps of Royal Neighbors held a joint
installation, of officers. "W.. II. Hodge
presiaea as cnairman, ana tne insiaua
tion was followed by a banquet at
which 2o0 persons were seated.
Tho new Woodmen officers are J. H.
Leather wood, consul; Charles H. afkln, past
consul; L. H. Doersch, adviser; F. W.
Thomas, clerk: E. F. Oatman, banker; Ken.
ry Geier. escort; Uui Young, trustee; A.
Long, sentry, and Eil Bannse, watchman.
The Ivy Camp installed th following:
Maggie tockda!e, oracle; Kittle itayson,
vice-oracle; Rachel Hunter, chancellor;
Anna Palmer, receiver; Llllle Dickerson,
marshal; Nellie' Eahom, assistant; Emma
Swisher, inside sentry; Mary IS. Peck, out
side sentry; Martha Whltford, recorder, and
Anne. Field, Loretta .ouuioa ana x
Tho following officers were installed by
the Collins camp: LUzabetn Hoganson, ora
cle: Maggie Mullen, past oracle; Jennie
Mitchell, vlce-oracle; Anna Elkey. chancel
lor; Jullotte Wise, recorder; Hester Lake,
receiver: Minnie Nevitourn, marshal; Emlle
Goes. Inner sentinel; Nancy somarvllle.
outer sentinel, and Bessie Green, Cora Black
and Efile Seeley, managers.
SENSATIONAL CASE HINTED
Sir. Allen Is Told to Proceed With
Federal Probe Himself.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Jan. 9. United
States District Attorney Allen today
received from Attorney-General Greg
ory a telegram denying; Mr. Alien's re
quest for a special prosecutor to handle
the prosecutions for violation of the
Federal liquor laws.
Mr. Gregory said that sufficient rea
sons had not been assigned to warrant
a (special prosecutor, and that such
action would only be considered in the
event that specific charges of unfair
ness were made against Mr. Allen.
Mr. Allen's request for a special
prosecutor has caused belief that irn
portant Indictments are expected.
WHEAT IS TOP HEAVY
Final Quotations Are Lowest
of Day at Chicago.'
HOLDERS REALIZE PROFITS
Cxport Purchases of Million Bushels
Fall to Cheek Decline British
Government Withholds All
Prices at Liverpool."
CHICAGO. Jan. . Attempts that holders
of wheat made today to realize profits
caused a material set-back In prices. The
outcome was a weak close, 1 to 2o net
lower, with May at $1.S6 to $1.87 and July
at $1.51 to $L61. Corn finished 1 to
lo down, oats off e to ?c, and pro
visions varying I rom 7c decline to a rise
Throughout ths day the wheat market
gave continued signs of being topheavy.
Final quotations proved to be almost the
lowest of the day, despite estimates that
new export business amounted to fully
1.00O.00O bushels. Action of ths British gov
ernment In withholding all Information as
to prices at Liverpool tended further to de
ter speculative buying of wheat in Chicago.
Regardless of large sales of corn to be
shipped to the seaboard, the market for that
cereal eased off with wheat.
- Higher quotations on hogs strengthened
Leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. Hlph. 'liv. Close.
Msy $1.89 ai.no $1.86 $l.R6
July 1.54 1.05 1.61 1.51
May 80 1.00 .98 .88
July 93 .99 .97 .97
May S8 .5! .87 .87
July 65 .66 .64 .64
Jan 21.80 20.10 2 87
May 28.S0 28.60 2S.30 23.60
Jan 15 75 15.75 15 83 15 85
May 16.20 16.25 16.02 18.1a
Jan f . .. 14.63
May 15.07 10.15 15.02 13.07
CasfT prices were:
Wheat No. 2 red, nominal: No. 3 red.
$1.01; No. 2 hard, $1.97 1.9b; No. 3
Com No. 2 yellow, 98 c: No. 4 yellow,
84&97c; No. white. 9586e.
Oats No. 3 white. 66u07c: standard.
Bye No. 2. nominal; No. S, $1.40.
Barley 99c 3 $1. 33.
Timothy $3,009 5-00
t-iover- si-j 17.
Foreign Grain Market.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 9. Wheat atronr r-sjib
prices on wheat and cors withheld by Brit
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 9. Spot quota
Ions Walla. $2.70ff2.72Ui: red Run-Ian.
2.67HC2.70: Turkey red, $2.S5Q2.87H ;
'luestem. $2,8512.90: reed barlev. $2.25:
rhlte oats, $22.02i; bran. $28.60929 50;
nlddllngs. $37S8; shorts, $30 -a XI.
Call hnarrf R.rl. x, .000 . m .
-. ' - . tttu, -...,
asked: lecember. $1.45 bid, $1.80 asked.
Kastern Wheat Futures.
DTTT.TTTH Jn a m .
$L1; July. $L83?..
WTNNIPFrt T.n a TT'V . m .
$1.90; July, $1.S8H. '
KANSAS CITT. Jan o Wh.. .
Lai'i1 "H: ,aly 14S: September'.
iSeII'0,C?8' -Jn- Wheat closed: Msy.
$1.8671; July. $1.49.
Puget Sonnd Grain Markets.
PF1TT: . .in .
- , ni Qiuestem,
turkey red. $1.64; fortyfold, $1.59;
club. $1.6s; fife. $1.58; red Russian. $1.57.
Yesttrriay's car receipts WTieat '2S. oats
lo. barley. 2, corn 7. hay 23, flour 3.
TACOMA. Jan a ti.....-
$1.03; fortyfcld and club. $1.09: red fife
$1.M: red Russian, $1.08. roa llIe-
hay 13 " wheat 82, corn 1. oats 1,
Dried Fruit at New Torn.
NEW TORK. Jan. o. Evaporated apples.
muii.; prunes, stesoy ana quiet: a prion ts and
pm inactive; raisins, steady,
Minneapolis nnin r-i,-
,,I2;5Af'JVIS Jan" Wheat May.
t 111 ioi.iv: cash, no. i
JfuoV VV?.&-00?i: No- 1 northern.
LB5H S nortnern 1-S9?itj
. Flai $2.S5H C2.89'l.
Pino Talley Ranchers Refuse to Sell for $12
BAKER. Or., Jan. 8. (Special.) Belief
...i. lung wm do scarcity or hay Is boost
ing the price this season carllrp than .......
The price has advanced to $12 a ton In Fine
Valley, and owners are refusing the offer
w Deneve it win go much higher.
There was much hay put up for this Win
ter, because of the shortage last Winter, but
the early snowfall caused cattle men to be
lieve that the cold spell will be longer than
usual. This la causing the hay demand by
cattle men and ths holding for top prices by
owners of hay.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
GRAY To Mr. and Mrs. Frank 8. Gray.
East 18th street North, January . a daugh
ter. FINCH To Mr. and Mrs. Horace L. Finch
742 East eixty-fifth street North. December
16. a daughter.
SPADY To Mr. and Mrs. John Spady
1365 East Thirty-third street North, Decem
ber 21, a daughter. '
NEUGELAUER To Mr. and Mrs. Rein
hard Neugelauer, 62S Pettygrove street. JJe
cember 24. a daughter.
SAMPSON To Mr. and Mrs Oscar Samp?
son, 34(8 Tillamook street, December 24 a
HEMPHILL To Mr. and Mrs. Richard O
Hemphill. Jaeger Apartments, December 23
HOOKER To Mr. and Mrs. William H.
Hooker, 1117 East Thirty-fifth street North.
December 26. a daughter.
SNYDER TY Mr. and Mrs. David Wr
Snyder, 607 Thurman street. December 27,
SPL1DSBOEL To Mr. and Mrs. Christian
Splidsboel. 6l3 East Ninth street, December
27, a daughter.
ROSS To Mr. and Mrs. William F. Rosa,
263 East Fifty-second street. December 27, a
KUSKINEN To Mr. and Mrs. Peter
Kurklnen, 693 East Tenth street, December
2S. a aon.
FRAZIER To Mr. and Mrs. B. E. FTasler,
8828 Forty-first street Southeast, December
28. a daughter.
HON To Mr. and Mrs. Charles C. Hon,
45 North Third street. December 28, a son
DORNER To Mr. and Mrs. John R.
Dorner. 2625 Forty-eighth street Southeast.
December 28. a son.
CON s BR To Mr. and Mrs. Homer C Coll
ier. 666 Alberta St.. Dec. 28. a son.
CL'RTIN To Mr. and lira. George D.
Curtln. S43 Upshur street, December 29, a
GINTER To Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Gln
ter, 878 Brooklyn street. December 29, a
CARLISLE To Mr. and Mrs. William O.
Carlisle. 220 Fifteenth street, December 29.
CELSI-PLA-NCICH G. Celsl. 913 East
Yamhill street, ana Catherine Flanclch, S43
LARSON-BURKT John Larson. Rainier.
Wash., and Josephine Burrl, 873 Ivy street.
EICK-KLTJGE Edward C. Elck. 621 Mil
ler avenue, and Sue Kluge. 670 East Mor
LORREY-JAEHNTCE Andrew O. Lorrey,
La Grande, Or., and Lydla Emma Jaehnka,
7011 Fifty-seventh avenue Southeast.
TURNER-CASTAL Harry James Turner.
192H East Broadway, and Mra A. Castal,
730 Hoyt street.
Vancouver Marriage License.
JtAG&UALK-ii A T..STQN Irving J. Bass.
The Canadian Bank of Commerce
HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO, CANADA
. i Established 1867.
sreateral kanklax kstUcw
Interest paid on Unas) deposits.
PORTLAND BRANCH, CORNER SECOND AND STARK STREETS
F. C MALPA5, Manasjer.
dale, legal, of Portland, and Zada Ralston,
legal, of Minneapolis Minn.
OAI-NORVACK Harry E. Gay. 22. of
Portland, and Nellie Norvack. 23, of Port
land. COGS W ELL-DEANE John D. Cogswell.
21. or Portland, and Florence G. Deane, 13,
PHORTHILL-HATVELT Roy H. Phort
hlll. 28. of Livingston, Mont., and Helen
Hatvelt, 19. of Eugene. Or.
Bull diner Permits.
O. J. NELSON Repair two-story frame
dwelling. 1148 Minnesota avenue, between
Emerson and KHllngsworth; builder, same;
REALTY ASSOCIATES Repair four-story
brick stores and offlcea, 169 Fourth street,
between Yamhill and Morrison; builder.
John Bingham: $3uoo.
SELL1NG-H1F.SCH ESTATE Repair
three-story brick, stores and offices,
Washington, between West Park and Tenth
atreets: S. Mlkkonen. builder; $75.
PETER EUMLEIt Repair one-story
frame dwelling, wood street, in nitsooa
Court: Otto Zach. builder; $300.
MRS EMILY BLANKHOLM Erect gar
ase. 659 Northrop street, between Twentieth
and' Twentr-flrat streets: S250.
B. R. BUTT Erect garage, 941 Skldmore,
between East Thirty-first and Thirty-sec
ond streets: builder, same: $500.
MR. DALY Repair three-story brick,
stores and hotel. 274 Fourth, between Madi
son and Jefferson; T. C Relchle, builder;
N. W. LAWLOR Repair frame dwelling,
foot of Miles street. South Portland; builder,
PORTLAND HOTEL COMPANY Repair
hrlrk. hotel and stores: Sixth
street. between Morrison and Yamhill;
builder. same $00.
t smith. AGENT Repair two-story
brick store, 47 Front street, between Ash and
Pine: Walter R, Thorn, builder; $so.
MRS. G. W. WE1DLER Repair tws-story
- 4w.iitn, .o4 North Twentieth street.
between Kearney and Lovejoy; Walter K.
Thorn, builder; $250. 1
vbve.t MILLER ReDalr two-story
brick. 172 First street, between Morrison and
Yamhill; David Dutr. builder; ioo.
T. J. SEUFBRT Repair two-story frame I
dwelling. 255 Fifth street, northwest corner
Fifth and Madison; Thomas Downing,
PACIFIC! LOAbl 1 M.L. v-v- -i j- .-v i
Erect frame ahed 300 feet east of Linnton
road: builder, same; -""
Pinvu' COAST STEEL COMPANY
Repair one-story frame rolling mill. 735
Nlcolal street. Detween iwtnu-it
Twenty-third etreets; builder, samo; $-OU.
H. GOLDSTEIN Kepair one-iigrj
dwelling. 674 Front street, corner Artnur.
Z. Rotsteln. builder: $60.
tomm xt att ESI EN Wreck two-story
frame dwelling, 813-315 Front "reel, between
Columbia and Clay streets; O. K. & Koso
City Wrecking Company
CLUB TO HOLD ELECTION
Ccntrallans Will Vote on Resolution
Favoring Highway Work.
CENTTtALIA, Wash, Jan. 9. (Spe
cial.) The annual election of the Cen
tralia Commercial Club will be held
Thursday night. W. B. Keir Is spoken
of most prominently for president, to
Kni.ei J. rt Buxton. It was announced
at the noon luncheon of the club yes
terday that a paid secretary wouiu w
employed providing sufficient "JnY
was pledged between now and Thurs
day to meet the added expense. It is
proposd to employe a graduate of an
agricultural school, so that his experi
ence will be available gratis to farm
ers in this vicinity.
Resolutions drawn up by & recently
appointed committee favoring the com
pletion of the Pacific Highway nnd-the
construction of a bridge over the Cow
llts River at Toledo will be placed be
fore a vote of the club Thursday night.
TENINO PAPER IS SOLD
Maurice McDonald. ex-Publisher, to
Be Tried for Criminal Libel.
CENTRALIA. Wash, Jan. 9. (Spe
cial.) Maurice McDonald, publisher or
the Tenino Journal, has sold out to P.
C. Kibbe and the first issue of the
paper under the new ownership will
appear Friday. Mr. Kibbe formerly
owned the Tenino News.
Mr. McDonald, the retiring publisher,
is facing trial in the Thurston County
Superior Court 'on two charges or
criminal libel preferred by Prosecuting
Attorney Thomas O'Leary and Fred I
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Jan. 9. Maximum tempera
ture 49 degrees; minimum. 5 degrees. River
reading. 8 A. M.. 5.9 feet; change In last 24
hours. 0.6 foot fall. Total ralnfal 8 P. M.
to 5 P M.L none; total rainfall since Sep
tember 1. 1016. 13.12 Inches: normal rainfall
. . . . , . in.i.... deficiency
since oepiwHua. . - - - .
of rainfall slnco September 1. 8.83 Inches.
Total sunshine, none; possible sunshine. 8
hours 64 minutes. Barometer (reduced to
sea level), B. P. M.. 80.47 Inches. Relative
humidity at noon. 79 per cent.
tf I Wind
Los Angeles .. .
New Orleans .
New Tork ....
North Yakima .
St. Louis f . . .
San Francisco .
Walla Walla . .
00'. .US ICioudy
04 lO .-W Kaln
00 12 SW
oo io w
OOI . .
0O 14 PW kVioudy
O. . W
no 18 SW
00 14 W
00'. . NWClear
001. .INW Clear
00'.. !N ICioudy
14' . . INE ICioudy
Oo'lO SW Clear
06 16 W Clear
IS . . .S Rain
00 10 NW Clear
00 14'NW Pt. cloudy
oni.. INW Pt. cloudy
oo!.. se ICioudy
oo'.. In w Cloudy
ooi. .IN W Clear
,O0'. .. ... Clear
0O 16 5W 'Cloudy
00J. .iNW Pt. cloudy
oo'. sw Pt. cloudy
00'.. .'SB Clear
02 . .IW Pt. cloudy
oo'. .'SW 'cloudy
(T m xw Ciear
The Western high-pressure area has spread
northward over Southwestern Canada: the
pressure Is low over the country from the
plains states eastward, the center overlying
Southeastern Canada. Precipitation, gener
ally light, haa fallen in practically all of the
Northern states and adjoining Canadian ter
ritory. The weather is warmer in Western
Oregon. Southwestern and Central Washing
ton, the interior Southwest, from the South
ern Rocky Mountains northeastward to the
Lake region, the District of Columbia and
New England; It la correspondingly cooler in
Western Montana and Wyoming and east
ward to -New York and Quebec, also In in
The conditions are favorable for partly
cloudy weather in thla district Wednesday,
wiyi slight temperature changes and gener
ally southerly winds.
Portland and vicinity Partly cloudy;
winds mostly southerly.
Oregon. Was bins ton and Idaho Partly
ere la I altera at Credit
ELxchansre eai London. RnclansV
kloaaht and fteld.
cloudy; slight temperature changes, winds
North Pacific Coast Partly cloudy and
occasionally threatening weather; light
T. FRANCIS DRAKE,
SI I I I U h
' -li s
UNION PACIFIC SYSTEM
O-W. R. R. & N.
& Lower Columbia Landings
Leave Ash Street Dock at 8:00 P.M. daily
except Saturday. Returning leaves AfttoriA
7:00 A-M. daily except Sunday.
Tickets and reservations at
CITY OFFICE, Third at Washington
or at the Dock
WM. MeMTJRRAT, General Passenger Agent
(Wltbont Chance to Kout
S. S. BEAVER
Sail From Alnsworth Iock
S r. M. SATURDAY. J.VN. IS
100 Coldra Miles .a
All Kates Include
ItertU and Mrsls
Tstle sod bervics
L Iir A. celled.
The San Franrir Portland , 8. Cek.
Third and Washington Mml (with
O.-W. B. X N. Co.). Xel. Broadway
l-ORTI.AXI) TO S.' FRANCISCO
S. t. NORTIIKKN FACIrlC. express
train time, bills Jan. 2. 6. il. 18. 0. ;s.
30. Cal. Str. Expres leaves 9:30 A. M.
Fares SS. gli.LO. 13. J17.50. $20.
8. S. (iKEAT NORTHERN. San Fran-
Msco and Los Angeles to Honolulu. Jan.
I. -3: Feb. 1L': U.rrh ?n . AnHI 11
. . " .wwu' . 1 1 1 ind up.
iu uu-, rip. ana up.
r North Bank, Sth and Si
iKT J "alon. lOlh and Hoyt
M S4S , ash, ri. x. R,7
-l)0 Sd. Burlington Ry.
North Bank, Sth and Stark
San Francisco $10.00
Coos Bay $7.00
Flrst-Class Mra Is aad flerth
6 P. M FRIDAY, JAN. 12.
1S2a Third Street.
Phones Main 13l$ A 1314.
Id LOKKSWE CUEsJUTsAMSATUKTIOUE
NiiW YOiUi HOiiliJEAUX PAiiXJ
K. S. I.A TOIRAINE JAN. 87, S p. M.
s. k.k iAM.iiAi; Ha, i. a p. il
t. ji.ti.x i: FKit. io. i: it!
C W. ETINQXR, SO Sixth at '
A. t. CHARLlO.N, 253 Morrison St,
E. K. QAK81SO.V, C, at. at at. Paul Bji.
DORSEY B SMITH, 11 Third 8U
E. F. BAIRD. loo Third St.
H. DICKSON. S48 Washington 8t
NORTH BANK ROAD, Fifth and Star Bts,
VNlO.N PAC. R R.. Sd a WaahlnttoB Bts.
K. B. DUiTT. 124 Third St.. Portland,
. V 111I k
XJITTRSnAV. 1S:30 1'. M JAM 11. .
can irancisco, Portland. l.os Ant
Jea steamship Co. frank Bo Mam,
Agt . 124 Third st A 4M. Main 2. I
fr!nre Kupwt. K.c.rDlkan. VranrV.
rlribrrr. J uuti. Xrsadv.I1. Ito.t
Am ttuid fvrard
la featt.e or sn ranicsro to Xss
Angeles and an IJiego. Largest ships,
auaual.d service, law raisa, laoludiag
meals and berth.
JorBart,cu,ars apply or tr!ephn
PACIFIC r-TUAMMIlP COSiPANT.
Ticket Offlre, g Wa.hingtoa St.
' sc. AlalB XXV. Homo A SSSA,
American Hawaiian Steamship Co.
All sailings between
U. S. Atlantic and
U. S. Pacific ports
are canceled until
C. D. ii rnnsrtr. Agt. S7 Stark H Portland
, II J j Splendid Twin
1.1 S Screw American
1 Steamers "Sisals'
Jill , S.awws".MVttafS"
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