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THE MORNING OREGONIAN; fUXJRSDAY. JANUARY 11, 1917.
WHEAT OFF 2 CEHTS
Market Easier With Subsi
dence of Eastern Inquiry.
SMALL CALIFORNIA DEMAND
7.60; Valley, $7.70; whole wheat, $3.40; gra
MILLFEBD Spot prices: Bran, $26.50
per ton; shorts, $30.50 per ton; rolled oar-
lev. fn. x'2
CORK Whole, $47 per ton; cracked. s
HAY Producers' prices: Timothy, tan-
em Orfsnn. Z19&H21 &pr ton: timothy. Val
ley, 1617 per ton; alfalfa. $1718: Val
ley grain hay, $13(oi1.j; clover. $,.2.50.
Dairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER Cubes. extras. 3H48Sc;
prime firsts, Sic; firsts, S3M:C Jobbing prices:
rime extras, 38c; cartons, 1 cent extra;
butterfat. No. 1. 3Sc; No. 2. 36c. Portland.
CHEESE slobbers" buying prices, f. o. b.
dock, Portland: Tillamook triplets. 20c;
Young Americas, not quoted.
EGG8 Oregon ranch, current receipts,
34ViS35He per doa.; Oregon ranch, candled,
Itrt'&w7c per dozen; Oregon ranch, selects.
STOCK LIST YIELDS
Active Shares Lose 2 to
Points on Selling.
MINOR ISSUES HARDEST HIT
Trading Slows Down at All Coun-
, try Points Oats Change Hands
at Former Price Bar
v Icy Shows Weakness.
Vhe -wheat market was off about two
cents all around yesterday. The continued
eaa- in grain markets in the Bast has re
sulted in a subsidence of Eastern demand.
and but for a little Inquiry from CalifornU
for milling wheat, the outside markets dls
clayed but little interest In grain from
this section. Business was quiet in all the
country wheat markets.
The British government again permitted
Broomhall to cable yesterday, but the serv
ice may not be continued. His cable said:
"Cash wheat at Liverpool steady. Corn
firmer on Argentine news. Oats strong,
with light arrivals. Flour market steady;
supplies moderate. The home markets on
wheat and corn are now under control of
market commissioners, who keep prices
steady and do not allow foreign fluctua
tion or market reports to Influence.
"India Wheat acreage planted amounts.
officially, to 10.25G.uO0 acres, against 9.500,-
000 acres last year.
"Australia Estimated exportable surplus
of 72.000,000 bushels. Broomhall agent
thinks this too high.
"Argentina Weather continues dry and
bot, favorable for movement of wheat and
oats, unfavorable for corn. Corn crop last
season 160,000.000 bushels; so far shipments
have been 93,176.000 bushels."
Commenting on the market outlook, a New
York broker writes:
"Wheat Is showing great strength, and
with further price gain since our last re
port. Cash Is practically at the top of the
season, although futures still lack 9 cents
of It. Export demand is on a large, scale,
and were tonnage obtainable large clear
ances would occur, with heavy decrease in
the visible supply. The supply and de
mand situation is such that higher levels
are indicated and the only possible de
terring factors are peace or ruthless sub
marine warfare. Peace would sentimen
tally cause some recession, but In the end
. would lead more certainly to high prices
than even a continuation of war. New crop
outlook Is not entirely satisfactory. Snow
covering is lacking, and with any unfavor
able news July and September would
One hundred tons of February oats were
sold on the local exchange at $36.50, the
old being a repetition of that of Tuesday,
though there were no sellers on that day.
Barley was unchanged locally. The "San
Francisco, Chicago and Minneapolis barley
markets were lower.
.terminal receipts, In cars, were reported
By tu-j Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat BbtIhv VI nur Od)i
rorxiana, w ea. . 16
Tear ayo ..... 15
fceaaon to date. 3471
. Tear ago &S95
Tacoma. Tues.. IS
Year ago ;t
Season to date. 460.
Year ago 0571
Seattle. Tues... IS
Year ago 7
Season to date.CO"!)
Year ago 6!GG
live. 20 22c:
lbc; geese, 12 i
POULTRY Hens. 1517c
17c per pound; turkeys,
dressed, 2526c; ducks, 16
VEAL Fancy. 1415c per pound.
PORK 1214 fl13o per pound.
Fruits and Vegetables.
T np 1 inhhinv nuntfttlnns:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges, navels,
2 "5iffi2.no: Japanese. 85C0S1.25 per bundle;
lemons. S3&3.75 per box; bananas, 6c per
pound; grapetrult, $35; tangerines, $1.25
VEGETABLES Artichokes, 80c$1.10 per
dozen; tomatoes, nominal; cabbage,
2.75 per hundred: eKSPlant, 25c per pound;
lettuce. $2 252.50; cucumbers. $1.50-32 per
doz. ; celery. $5.255.DO crate; cauliriower,
$2.25 per crated squash. lc per pound:
peppers. 23c per pound; sack vegetables.
$1.23 per sack; sprouts, loc per pound.
POTATOES Oregon buying prices, $1.7S
2.00 per hundred; sweet, $4 per hundred.
ONIONS Oregon buying prices, $4 per
sack, country points.
GREEN FRUITS Apples. B0c$1.5O per
box; pears, $1.5(j 2.50; cranberries, $1112
Local Jobbing quotations:
SALMON Columbia River, 1-pound tails,
$2 40 per dozen; one-half flats $1.50; 7
pound flats, $2.50; Alaska ptnks. 1-pound
HONEY Choice, $33.25 per case.
NUTS Walnuts, sack lots. 18c; Brazil
nuts. 19c; filberts, lac: almonds. 18O10c;
peanuts. 7c; cocoanuts. $L10 per dozen; pe
cans. 19SJ!19c; chestnuts. 10c.
BEANS Small white, lmc; large white,
11.10c; Lima. 9Hc; bayou, 8.20c; pink. Snc;
red Mexicans. OUc: slanchurlanrSHc.
COFFEE Roasted, in drums, 17 ? 35c.
SUGAR Fruit and berry. $7.30; beet.
$7.10; extra C, $6.90; powdered, m barrels.
$7.b0; cubes, in Darreis. ?s.uo.
SALT Granulated, $16.75 per ton: half
ground 100s. $11.80 per ton; 50s, $12.10 pr
ton: dairy. i4.vo per ion.
RICE1 Southern head. 707140 per ponnd;
broken 4c; Japan style. 44V4c.
DRIED FRUITS Apples. 10011c; apri
cots, 16 19c; peaches, b 14 10c; prunes.
Italian, 8aac; raisins, -oaio.c: cates.
Persian, 15c per pound; lard. JJ.&O
1 cow 0 5.2J! 4 hogs...
1 cow. ... S'lO 2.00 12 hogs. . ..
Icow.... 950 7.0O 35 hogs....
lcow.... 8-0 5.75, 14 hogs .
Scows... 820 4.50 4 hogs....
lcow.... f.RO 3.00 1 ho;. ...
lcow.... 920 8.75 8 hogs....
1C0W .... 840 4.25 9 hogs....
lcow.... 730 6.00 3 hogs....
Scows... 1060 5.50i . 5 hogs. ...
lcow.... 786 2 50 2hog....
lcow.... 1100 0.00 SO hogs....
2 hog;. . ..
at the yards were as
190 10. H5
..$9 00 9 50
.. 8.25 9 8.50
.. 7.00 -d 8.00
.. .754 7.50
6.25 it 6.75
.. 6.50 0 6.00
currants, 15 3 luc;
'J . . . . IK 16
3 3 19
12:1 !4:l 14 67 1213
1279 9-15 796 1380
.... 2. 6
1 2 9
110 .... 225 1300
449 237 1432
6 3 8 10
:tr,3 965 OfiO 2509
1179 1416 687 S32
Hop. Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 1916 crop. eaS'niO per pound.
HIDES Salted hides (25 lbs. and up)
.alted gtazi (50 lbs. and UP), 'lac
trrft-n and salted klD (15 lbs. to 25 lbs.)
20c; green and saitea cair sains tup 10 aa
lbs 1. "Rz)30e: men hides (25 lbs. and up)
17c; green Slags too ids ana up;, wc; urj
hides. 30c: dry salt hides, 25c; dry horse
hiring. slQ'2: salt horse hides. $3&5
PELTS Dry long-wooled pelts, 21c; dry
short-woo'.ed pelts. 17c: dry shearlings. 10H
25c each; salted long-woolea pelts, ii.su;
salted short-wooied pelts, bocm!
tat.t.ow Der pound.
WOOL Eastern Oregon, fine, 24330c
coarse. 33uu6c; valley. 33935c
CASCAKA BARK. Old and new, Bo per
HAMS All sizes, choice. 23 He: standard.
!2uc: skinned, 2021c; picnics, 14VjC; cot-
tttfro rolls. 16C
J3ACO.N r ancy, i:a',kV4V'dc; iiaDoara, 4
ifroftc- chnlr.ft. 21223c.
nnnrt IStftZOc: Plate. 14 1 U fc C
LARU - lierce uuaia, nemo enucreu,
mu.r- standard, luc: compound, llic
BAKKLU wuua ao.esa ueei, Plate
beef. $25; brisket pork, market; tripe. $10.u0
KEROSENE Water white, drums, barrels
rr tnnlr w&trons. iUC Cases. lonW&
GAsOLlNr. tJUlK, zinc, cases, ooc ; np-i-
tha. drums. 19c; cases, SOc; engine distil
late, drums. 10'Ac; cases, l!)c.
LINSJit.D Jli-i naw, aruius. fi.iu; par
rels. $l.o8; cases, $1.13: boiled, drums, $1.1J;
barrels. .51. lo; cases. LW.
TURPEMlWfi, in tanaa, Die; in cases,
72u: 10-case lots, lo less.
Pressure Due to increasing uncer
tainties Arising From Foreign
Situation Steel's Favorable
Statement Without Effect.
NEW TOP-K Jan. 10. Steady pressure of
the same general character which has been
exerted with more or lees effect since last
December was the outstanding feature of
today's market. Active shares yielded 2
to A nnlnts with, declines of aveater propor
tions In Issues of the less representative
The selling, so far as it had any direct
cause, appeared to have Its origin in the in
creasing uncertainties and apprehensions arts.
In- from tho foreign situation. This con
dition was accentuated by the delay in the
reply of ihe entente allies to the Washington
Lowest prices were quoted In the last hour,
the only period ia which the list manifested
United States Ste:l held its ground for a
time, but was among the first of the PC,J"
latlve favorites to recede, closing at 110.
Steel's December tonnage statement, disclos
ing the largest amount of unfilled orders
ever reported, proved Ineffective.
Bonds were again featured by heavy
ferlncrs of international or war iBsues,
wav Issues belna: more steady.
par value. $0,640,000. United
were unchanged on call.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Steers, pulp fed
Steers, prime heavy . .
Steers, fair to good...
Cows, medium to rood
Cows, ordinary to fair.
Heavy packing. 315-250 pounds. . 1 0. 20 1 0. 40
Light butchers 10.00 10.33
Light packing. 170-190 pounds. .. 10.00 .H0.15
Rough hesvies 9.00W 9.25
Pigs and skips 8.50 8.78
Stock hogs 8.50 0 8.73
h n -
Yearling wethers 8.75W10.VO
Dirt wuh.r. 8.50 9.00
Iwia 8.75 8.25
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA. Jan. 10. Hogs Receipts
lower. Heavy. $10 25 10.60: light,
1910.40; pigs, $810; bulk of sales,
Cattle Receipts 6200. steady. Native
steers, $7.50011.50; cows and heifers, $6.30
8.50: Western steers. $6.70&9.25: Texas
steers. $6.2507.65; canners, $5 6; stackers
and feeders, $6.5099.
Sheep Receipts 18.000. steady. Year
lings, $9.2511.25; wethers, $8.S0Q11;
WEAKNESS IS BRIEF
Wheat Affected by Rumor
Hostilities on Atlantic.
SUDDEN SLUMP IN PRICE
Courter. C. C; O. J. Connor, A. I.; J-
F. DePreece. escort; W. oraitn.
watchman; R. R. Conrad, eentry; M. -
Hancock. clerk; W. A- Smith, banker,
and C C Roberts, manager.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND. Jan. 10. Maximum tempera
ture. 49 degrees; minimum, 2 degrees. Blvjr
reading. 6 A. U.. 4.9 feat: cnange in lan
hours. 1.0 fot fall. Total ralnlall 5 P. M.
to 5 P. M.). none; total rainfall since Sep
tember 1. 1816. 13.12 Inches: normal rainfall
since September 1. 21.67 inches; deficiency
of rainfall since September 1, S 55 inches.
Total sunshine. 8 hours 30 minutes: possioie
sunshine, 8 hours 54 minutes. Barometer
(reaucea to sea level i. a t. si.. w.m mean.
Relatlvs humidity at noon. 86 per cent.
CLUB OFFICERS HAHED
HOOD RIVER COMMERCIAL, BODY
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. Jan. 10. Hogs Receipts Tl.
000, slow. 15 to 20c under yesterday's aver
sge. Bulk. $10.30(310.60; light, $9.90(910.50;
mixed, $10.151065; heavy. $10.20010.65;
rough. $10.20ll0.35: pigs, $7.60 S 9.60.
Cattle Receipts 24.000, steady. Native
beef cattle, $7.60011.80; Western steers,
$7.50 10: stockers and feeders, $5.50 8 50:
cows and heifers, $4.40010; calves, $9,500
Sheep Receipts 18.000. steady. Wethers.
$9.40010.50; lambs. $11.50013.85.
. Stocks Dull at London.
LONDON, Jan. 10. American low-priced
shares and United States Steel were oc-
occaslonally bought, but the stock market
closed Idle here today.
LARGE DhXJKEASE IX BAXK FAILURES SAj rBAXCIBCO PRODUCE MARKET
Fewer Defaults Reported by Each of Three
Pacific Coast States.
1 ne annual record of failures in 1916, as
Issued by R. G. Dun & Co., says of the Pa
cific Coast Division:
Fewer defaults were reported by each of
three Pacific Coast States and two of them
recorded smaller indebtedness total insolv
encies numbering 1S15 and involving $14,
as against 2195 In 1915 lor $21,-
CJ8.744. There were numerical decreases
of 147 in California, 170 in Washington and 03
in Oregon, while the amounts in Washing
ton and California were lowered about $4.
000,000 and $3,000,000, respectively. In con
trast, the Oregon liabilities were larger by
$600,000. With a reduction of 823 In num
btr. trading failures made the best exhibit
in this section.
HUB. 1H15. 1914. 1916.
wasmngtou ... 52.. 4.
Oregon 360 393 4$9
California ....1130 1277 1163
Pacific 1845 2195 2147 $14,949,937
Idaho, had 60 failures last year with lia-
tillltles of $1,556,462. as compared with 66
failures In 1915 and 74 In 1914.
For the United States as a iwiiole, the fail
ures numbered 16,993 and supplied aggregate
liabilities of $106,212,256, as against 22,166
for $302,286,148 in 1915 and 18,280 defaults,
Involving the unprecedented sum of $357,
908.859. in 1914. v Thus, the present returns
disclose marked reduction from the excep
tionally high mortality of the two immedi
ately preceding years and, while more re
verses occurred than in all other years, ths
indebtedness was the smallest since 1911
In contrast to the usual tendency, insolven
cies were less numerous in the last three
months than In previous quarters, and the
sum of money owed was the lightest of the
EGO AXD BUTTER MARKETS STEADY
Poultry and Dressed Meats In Large Supply
The egg market was steady yesterday with
rales made in a limited way at 35 to 3314
cents, case count. Receipts .were fairly
large and dealers offered to clean up at
Butter and cheese were steady and un
Poultry receipts were large, but outside
orders took care of a good part of the ar
rivals. At it was. the market was easier
than on the preceding day.
The veal market was also weaker. Front
street received 125 veals, the largest for any
day this year. Dressed pork was steady,
' FIVE CARS OF ORANGES OX STEAMER
Prices Current n Butter, Kggs, Fruits, Veer-
. etables. Etc., at Bay City.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. I3pr-Butter Fresh
extras 35c; prime nrsts, lie; iresu iirsts.
Eggs Fresh extras. -uc; puueis. 05c
Cnue.se New. Isc; Young Americas, 2014c
Poultry Hens. 24i5c; old roosters, 11
12c: fryers, 252Sc: broilers, ZJ03Oc;
large. 26c; squabs, $2.252.50; pigeons,
il '25 (rL 1.73.
vegetables J,euuce, Dcuinern, tuc(i'ii
fancy, $1.251.6tU peas. Southern, fancy.
large, 10ipiic; cream squasn, oocqyei.o;
tomatoes. Southern. $1.7j!6C2.uu; eggplant.
7010c; greon peppers, 7014c; garlic, d( jc;
celery, $t.50;.O0: rhubarb, $1.25 01.75;
marrowfat and hubbard squash, $101.25.
Potatoes Rivers, z.vgfz.nu; sweet po
tatoes, cellar stoclt, J.(o:
Onions carload lots, j.u.
Fruit Pears, Winter Nellls. $1.75; lemons.
$3.0003.23; grapefruit, $2.202.50; oranges.
navels, az..'j 'p 1 j.j'u'
pineapples, $2.2502.50: apples, Newtown Pip
pins, l.UUU(l.iU, Jdict,cu, ,ui.c,.w.
Feeasturis -raceu coin aiiu iccu cum
meal, uncertain; rolled barley, $45.00 047.00;
meal alfalfa, $20.50, carload lots; less, $'41.60.
Receipts Flour. 13.720 quarters; barley.
6500 centals; beans, 113 sacks; potatoes,
5410 sacks: onions. 440 Backs; 'bay. 190
tons; hides, 870; wine, oo.iou gallons.
Coffee Futures Close Lower.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10. The market for
coffee futures was comparative quiet today.
with prices sagging otf under scattering
liquidation and a little trade selling, i nere
was also talk that nigner ocean ireignt
rates might attract a better supply of
tonnage from Brazil on the decline, which
carried May off 8.91c and September to
The close was three to five points net
lower. Sales were estimated at 27,500. Jan
uary. 8.73c; February. 8. 7 So; March, 8.84c;
April, 8.88c; May. 8.92c; June. 8.96c; July,
8.S9c; August, 9.05c; September, 9.10c: Oc
tober, 9.10c; November, .20c; December,
Spot steady. Rio, Ts lOd: Santos 4s lid.
No fresh offers were reported in the cost
and freight, market, but it was said a sale
had been made late yesterday of 2000 San
tos at 3s and 4s at 10.80c, London credltb.
The official cables reported an advance
of 75 rels at Rio. The Santos spot market
was unchanged, with futures 25 to 50 rels
lower. Victoria reported a clearance of
14,000 bags for New Orleans.
VEW YORK. Jan. 10. Copper, irregular.
Electrolytic first, second and third quar
ter. 2G.0O& 32.50c; nominal.
iron, steady ana unchanged.
The Metal Exchanee auotes tin firm: mnt
At London frpot copper. 131 : futures.
127; electrolytic, 141. -Spot tin. 181 15s;
futures. 1S3 5s.
The Metal Lxcnange quotes lead at 7.400
.Spelter, easy. Spot, East St. Louis deliv-
At London, lc-ad, 30 10s. Spelter. 49 10a.
Am Beet Sugar..
American Can. . .
Am Car & Fdry..
Am Sm & Refg..
Am Sug Refg. . .
Am Tel & Tel
Am Z L & S
Anaconda Cop. ..
Bait &. Ohio
B & S Copper...
Canadian Paclf .
Ches & Ohio
Chi Mil & St P..
Chi & N W
P H 1 4 P Rv
Chlno Copper 3.000 B,-!4 6"14
Colo Fu & Iron. . 70 46 4.".
Corn Prod Refg.. 1.900 22 21H
Crucible Steel... 10.600 0.1T4 1 H
Dlst Securities... 1.10 27 :n
Erie 4,00 33 32
General Elect... 300 10-8r4 16
GtNorpfd 1,200 114 1154
Gt Nor Ore ctfs.. 400 3'i 35 vi
Illinois Central.. 600 105 'i 104
Int Consol Cop.. 1.200 15H 15
Inspiration Cop, 9.500 6914 5 14
Int Harv NJ
Int M M pfd ctfs. 63,000 44 78
K C Southern... 700 24 4 24'4
Kennecott Cop. . 15.100 46 44 -4
Louis & Nash. . . Si'O 132 1:1114
Mexican Petrol.. 31.S0O lnn 102'4
Miami Copper. .. 6.000 41 4014
M K & T pfd
National Lead . .. ..... .....
Nevada Copper.. 3.200 2414 23'4
N Y Central 2.100 103 101
NYNH&H... 10.200 47 45!4
I'orf oik & West. 200 133 133
TCnT-them Pnr.lf.. 1.20O 109 108
Pacific Mail.... 200 19 19
Pac Tel & Tel
Pennsylvania... 6. .'.no KR M14
Ray Consol Cop. 5.200 2714 2'i
Reading 9.40 I"? 99 a;
Rep Ir& Steel... 6.70O 80 i (
Shat Ariz Cop. .. 3110 26T4 2'4 26'
Southern Pacific. l.BnO 97"4 l"!4 PVi
Southern Ry 17.R0O 31 30 30
Studebaker Co. .. 6.700 106 103 104
Texas Company. 5.300 243 23614 2 )6"4
Union Pacific... 5.S00 144 143 142T4
do pfd 200 84 84 S3
TJ S Ind Alcohol. 26.1O0 121 117 117
U S Steel 212,600 1134 HO 110
do pfd 90 120'i ISO 1194
Utah Copper. .. . 22.600 106 103 103
Wabash pfd B. . 300 29 29 29
Western Union.. S00 97 H H
West Electric... 3.500 63 52 62
Total sales for the day. 850,000 shares.
- Duluth Linseed Market.
DTTLUTH. Jan. 10. Linseed on track.
$2.86: choice $2.87; arrive, $2.86; May,
$2.99; July. $2.2.
New Turk Sugar Market.
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. Raw sugar, steady.
Centrifugal, 6.39c; molasses. 4.52c Refined,
quiet; fine granulated, 6.75c.
Tendency of Chicago Market During
Most of Day Is Toward Higher
Talncs Initial Decline Due
to Fresh Peace Talk.
CHICAGO, Jan. 10. Disturbing- rumors
of hostilities on the AtlanUo carried wheat
prices sharply down grade today, losses on
some transactions showing a loss ot as much
ss 5c a bushel. Extrems weakness, how
ever, proved brief. The close, although
nervous, was at 2o to 3o net decline, with
May at $1.83 01.83. and July at $1.47
01.47. Other leading staples, too. finished
at a setback, eorn 1&1C, oats filc, and
provisions 2 010c
Until the flurry took place In regard to
the fighting that was supposed to havs
occurred somewhere on the route of the
merchant ships bound from the United States
to Lurope, the wheat market had displayed
a tendency to higher values except Just at
the outset. Initial declines appeared to be
due largely to inferences that the German
Chancellor soon would make a new move to
bring about peace. Selling preesurs, how-
over, was not neavy.
Corn fell with wsat.
Trade in oats waS of a local character.
Liberal receipts of hogs were primarily
responsible for the decline ot provision
Leading futures ranged as follows:
w E TJ Wind
5 It, a
3 c s r 2
STATIONS. ? 3 2 weatheP.
I ? : : t
Des Moines . . .
Kansas City .
Los Angeles . .
New Orleans .
New York . . . ,
North Head . .
Sacramento . .
Salt Lake .
iu u.wi . . ;
3ll0. 42 22 NW,
40 0. ON . .W I
30'O.0O. ,!.--'E IClear
34 0.001. . -E Clear
46O.02 14 iW Clear
40 0.00 . . NW Clear
20.t6 1SIN WiC'.ear
BS O.OO' . . Clear
70 0.0014 W Clear
44'n.nn, . SE (Cloudy
74 0.02 20 t?W Pt. cloudy
400.00 18 N W.Clear
76 0.00'. .ISW Clear
66 O.OOj. JMW CIear
32 0.001..IE ICloudy
120.10 16 N Snow
7.1 0.00 12 NW(Ciesr
42 0.01 . .LNWiRaln
460.00'. .'E Pt. c.ouay
6 0.00 .
44 O.Oii 28 NWiCloudy
26 0.00I..ISB Clear
66 0.00 ..NW:Clear "
Dr. J. r. Cattery, rromlnest Orchards
1st. Chosea i'rralilestOrisalaa
tloa A'oir Has 210 Members.
HOOD RIVER, Or, Jan. 10. (Spe
cial.) 'With probably a keener interest!
than has been evidenced by members
of the organization In the past five)
year characterising; discussions, the
Hood River Commercial Club held the
initial regular meeting- of tho year
Monday nlfcht, when officers for the
ensuing: term were announced as fol
lows: Dr. J. D. Guttery. East Side ur
chardlst, president; 'William Stewart,
hardware merchant, vice-president: J.
M. Culbertson, real estate man. treas
urer, and H. E. Scott, re-elected, secre
tary. Other members of the board are)
Crawford C, L-emmon. C. J. Calkins, W.
L Clark and Harry Connaway.
A novel step was taken by the Com
mercial Club to obtain funds for tha
coming year for the payment of possi
ble deficits. A constitutional amend
ment providing for a 10 per cent
assessment of dues was adopted. Tha
assessment, however, cannot be mada
unless the unappropriated funds of tha
club's treasury are less than $50 at
the beginning: of any quarter. The mem
bership of the organization now reaches
a total of 210.
The proposed movement before Con
gress to establish a 1-cent letter rate
for ctsfcain zone deliveries was dis
cussed.. The local commercial organiza
tion is prone to disapprove of the pro
posed bill and has called on the One
Cent Letter Postage Association for
data that will give all plans of tha
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ALBANY PLANS AS HOST
OREGON COLLEGE PRESIDENTS
CONFER THIS MONTH.
Faculties of Privately Supported Col.
leges of State Also to Be Repre
sented January 19.
U S ref 2s res
do coupon . .
U S 3s reg
do coupon . .
U S 4s reg. . .
N Y deb 6s. .
N P 4s
N P 3s
99! Pac T t T 8i.
90 Pa con 4s
.101 P con 4s
.101 .lap ref 4s
.110 !U P 4s
1101U P cv 4s
4s 95 U S Steel 5s...
..113 S P cv 5s
.. 9.ViiAnglo-Fr 5s
. 94 14
Mining Stocks at Boston.
BOSTON, Janw 10. Closing quotations:
Ariz Com . . .
Calu & Ariz.
Calu & Hecla.
Cop R Con Co. .
TS Butte Cop M.
Isle Roy Cop...
Old Dom ...
Shannon . .
65 ISuperlor ...
14 I Sup & Bos
8 Tamarack . .
32 'Utah Con .
84 Wolverine ..
Money. Exchange, Etc
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. Mercantile paper,
S per cent.
Sterling. 60-day bills, $4.71; commercial
60-day bills on banks, $4.71; commercial
60-day bills, $4.70; demand, $4.75; ca
bli v $4,76 7-16. Francs, demand, 5.84; ca
ble 5.83. Marks, demand. 70: cables. 70
Kro en. demand. 11: cables. 11. Guilder
demand, 40; cables. 40. Llres. demand,
6.89; cables, C.88. Rubles, demand, 29.20;
Bar silver, 75c.
Mexican dollars. 57c
Government bonds steady; railroad bonds
Time loans easy Sixty and 90 days, Si?f
3 per cent; six montbe, 33 per cent.
Call money easy. High, .2 per cent; low,
1 per cent; ruling rate, 2 per cent; last
loan, 1 per cent; closing bid, 1 per cent;
offered at 1 per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 10. Sterling.
$4.71; demand, $4.7374 ; cables, $4.76. Mex
ican dollars, 67.35c.
LONDON, Jan. 10. Bar silver, 36d per
ounce. Money, e per cent, uiscoum rates,
short bills, 5 per cent; three months, 6 per
ALBANY, Or.. Jan. 10. (Special.)
January 19 and 20 have been fixed as
the dates for holding the 11th annual
conference of presidents and faculties
of privately supported colleges of Ore
gon. This year's conference will take
place in this city.
Institutions which will bo represent
ed are Pacific University, of Forest
Grove; Willamette University, of Sa
lem; McMinnville College, of McMlnn
vllle; Reed College, of Portland; Pa
cific College, of Newberg; Philomath
College, of Philomath, and Albany Col
lege, of this city.
Leonard W. Riley, president of Mc
Minnville College, is president of the
conference and will preside at the co
ing session. Lloyd L. Epley. presl
dent of Philomath College, is vice-
president and P. G. Franklin, dean of
Albany College, is secretary.
Carl 3. Doney, president of Wil
lamette University, will deliver an ad
dress during the conferencs on "The
Christian Ideal of Education." Other
topics of discussion, with the leaders
in each, are: "To What Extent Should
College Presidents and Professors Give
Addresses Without Compensation?"
Levi T. Pennington, president of Pa
cific College; "The Uniform Calendar,
Professor F. G. Bough ton. of McMinn
ville College; "What Should Be the At
titude of the Christian College Toward
Tobacco?" L. L. Epley, president of
Philomath College; "What About In
tercollegiate Football?" Professor A. A.
Knowlton, of Reed College.
$200,000 DEAL CLOSED
Jan 15 62
Jan 14.63 14.60
May 15.0O 15.05 14.U7
Cash prices were:
Wheat No. 2 red. nominal: No.
$1.90; No. 2 hard, $1.97;. No.
corn No. 2 yellow. 97c: No.
95 097c; No. 4 white, 95 4j tt7c.
Oats No. 3 white. 66VU57Ue:
57 Hi 57 o.
SAVANNAH. Jan. lO. Tumentlne. auiet.
W4C; sal en. none; receipts. 216 barrels;
shipments, 348 barrels; stock, 23,311 barrels.
Rosin, firm; sales 297 barrels; receipts.
1192 'larrels; shipments. 1363 barrels; stock.
0U.1.V7 barrels. Vluole: A, B. C. D, E, $6.25;
F. G. 16.274: H. L 86.32U: K. 16 60: M.
$6.70; Jf. $6.95; WO. $7.10; WW, $7.30.
Puget Sound Grain Market.
SEATTLE. Jan. 10. Wheat Bluestem.
$1 62; Turkey red. $1.02 : fortytold. $1.65:
club, $1.53: fife. $1.35: red Russian, $1.54.
Barley. $38.50 per ton.
Testerday'a car receipts: Wheat IS. oats 8.
parley o, corn &, nay lu. Hour a.
TACOMA, Jan. 10. Wheat Bluestem.
$1.65: fortyfold, club and red fife, $1.59; red
Car receipts: Wheat IS. corn 2. oats 2.
OTW TORK. Jan lO. it cotton. au!et.
aiuupanui, as.ouc ro sales.
Grain at Sao Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 10, Spot Quota
tions: Walla, $2.7232.7: red Russian.
2.,opz.72 ; Turkey red, $-'.0f 2.1)2 ,i ;
bluestem, $2.92 2.97 .
Barley, feed. $2.25(2.27.
Oats, white. $2.0214 0 2.05.
Mlllfeed: Bran, $28,50 3(29.50: middlings.
37 4j):8: shorts, XoOSisi.
callboard: Barley. May. $2.27 hid. $2.33
The Western hlgh-pressura area is still
central over the Basin states snd the pres
sure has Increased toward the eastward
nearly to the Atlantlo Ocean. A moderate
low pressure area Is moving southeastward
over Western Canada. causing warmer
weather In Interior British Columbia Pre
cipitation, generally light, has occurred on
the North l'aciric coast, in Flonaa ana trom
the Red River Valley eastward to the North
Atlantio Coast. The weather la wsrmar on
the Northern California Coast. In the San
Joaauln Valley. Southern Nevada. South
western Utah, on the Gulf and South Atlantic
coasts and in Southeastern New York; in
genera it is cooler in the remaining por
tions of this country, being much coider In
the Plains states. Mississippi Valley and
The conditions are favorahie for generally
fair weathtr in this district Thursday except
on the Washington Coast, where occasional
rain is expected. It will probably be slightly
cooler in Southern Idaho. Winds will be
Portland and vicinity Partly cloudy
oregon-wCenerally fair, not se cold north
east portion; southwesterly winds.
Washington ueneranv lair except oecs
slonal rain near the coast: winds mostly
southwesterly, rresn near the coast.
Idaho Generally fair, probably slla-htlv
cooler soutn portion.
North Pacific Coast North Columbia, fresh
southwesterly winds, occasional rain; South
(jo)umDia, light variable winds. partly
ciouay. v t. j kaiscis pkaki..
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
School District Debt Grows.
THE DALLES, Or., Jan. 10. (Spe
cial.) The School Board of District
No. 13 was compelled to negotiate a
loan today of $2au0 to pay teachers and
employes and to discharge existing
bills of the district for the first quarter
month sfter New Tear's. This new loan
raises the district's indebtedness to
From Saturday to
Friday, Jan. 12
Sails for San Francisco and
The Ean Franclsro Portland S. S. Co..
Third and Washington Sta (with O.-W.
R. & N. Co.) Tel. Broadway 45O0, A 612L
Eastern Wheat Futures.
DT.-LTJTTH. Jan. 10. Wheat closed: May,
$r.57; July. $1.79.
WINNIPEG. Jan. 10. Wheat closed: May.
i.eo; juiy, n.wi.
KANSAS CITT. Jan. 10. Wheat closed:
May. $1.80; July, $1.43; September $1.32.
PE.VDLETON SYNDICATE BUYS FUR
NISH TRACT OF 3600 ACRES.
Jan. 10. Wheat closed:
Buyexra Plan to Subdivide Land Into
Small Parcels Railroad to Co
lombia River to Be Built.
U-BOAT SINKS APPLE SHIP
Hood Kiver Growers, However.
Protected by Insurance.
PENDLETON. Or., Jan. 10. (Spe-
ciai.j one or tha largest land deals in
umamia vjounty ror several years was
consummated today when a syndicate
of Pendleton men, headed by Colonel
J. JH. Raley, prominent Pendleton at
torney, purchased the SSOO-acre farm
of W. J. Furnish, of Portland. The
consideration is given at $200,000.
It is the purpose of tho new owners
to cut up the land into smaller tracts
for sale. The land is located on Middle
Cold Springs, 14 miles north of Pen
dleton. It is the intention of the syndicate
to co-operate with other farmers of the
section in securing a railroad from
German Hall to Cold Springs Landing
on the Columbia River to reduce the
present leng grain haul expense.
FORMER 'PRICES HOLD
ONLY THREE LOADS RECEIVED AT
YARDS DCRIIfG DAY.
First Oregon Rhubarb Is Received From
Five cars of oranges arrived on the
steamer Beaver last , night. The demand for
oranges was fairly good, but apple trade was
Vegetable receipts included two cars of
lettuce and one car of celery. Both were
quoted at the high prices established at the
opening of the week. A shipment of rhubarb
was received from Canby and offered at 13
cents a pound.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows
Grain, Flour, Feed, Ett
Merchants- Exchange, noon session.
January delivery. Bid.
Wheat ' ' ' 1 i1; fi
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 10. Wheat May.
$l.t; July, $1.78. Cash, No. 1 hard, $l.lxi
1.07; No. 2 Northern. $1.S91.92; No- 2
Northern, $1.861.92; No. 3 wheat, $1.76';
Flax, $2.86 S'2.90.
Barley, 90c $1.22.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW TORK, Jan. 10. Evaporated ap
Apricots and peaches firm.
Raisins more freely offered.
London Wool Bales.
LONDON. Jan. 10. The offerings at the
wool auction sales today amounted to 7300
bales. It was the best selection of the
series, and the demand was animated, at
firm prices. Queensland scoured sold at 3s
11 d and Victorian greasy at 2s t)d.
Chicago. Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO, Jan. 10. Butter, lower. Cream
Eggs Receipts. 7650 cases: unchanged.
Market Is Steady to Firm In All Lines.
With $10.35 for Balk of
The run at the stockyards yesterday was
small, only three loads coming in, and but
for a quantity of hold-over stock, trading
would have been very light. The market
developed no new features. Prices were
Kteaay to Ilrm m au lines. x ne Best price
paid for hogs during the day was $19.40
with the bulk of sales at $10.35.
Receipts were 31 cattle, 163 hogs and 5
sheep. Shippers were: Carl Houghton.
Woodlawn. 1 car cattle; F. B. Decker, bii
verton. 1 - car cattle, hogs and sheep; C. II.
Farmer. McCoy. 1 car hogs.
The day's sales were as follows:
No. 1 whlto feed...
No, 1 feed
February bluestem ,
TrebruarV club ....
February Russian ..
Vphruarr barlev ...
FLO UK Patents,
Investing for tlie First Time.
If you have money to invest for the
first time, you probably are wondering
what is the best thing to do. In mak
ing your start in investments, safety
is of first importance. To guard
yourself against hazards, you should
adopt a standard which shall be a true
investment guide. "Why Bonds Are
Safe Investments," an illustrated pam
phlet published by the Harris Trust &
Savings -Bank of Chicago, has been
helpful la this connection to many in
vestors. Copies may be had free on
Two Districts In Hood River Valley
Elect Directors for 1917.
HOOD RIVER, Or., Jan. 10. (Spe
cial.) The biennial election of the
Hood River Irrigation District, the sys
tem which covers a large portion of
the West Side orchard district, held
yesterday, resulted as follows: Direct
ors. F. Fenwick. A. O. Anderson. Joseph
Hengst. L. H. Arneson and Hosmer K.
Arnold; treasurer. J. J. Gibbons:
sessor. H. M. Fnancis, and collector,
George C. Gladden.
The election of the East Fork Irri
gation District, covering the entire
East Side orchard district, resulted as
follows: Directors. M. M. Hill. M. Pen
dergast, J. P. Naumes, George T.
Prather and J. R- Steele.
HOOD RIVER. Or.. Jan. 10. (Spe
cial.) Several carloads of Hood River
apples hive recently been lost, having
been aboard trans-Atlantlo liners that
were blown -up by German U-boats.
Al Whitehead, who is associated with
the New York office of the Apple
Growers' Association, writes, however.
that local grower have been protected
In a letter to the association officials
Mr. Whitehead enclosed a clipping from
the New fork world.
"With the explosion. said Captain
Faulkner, "the Briardene's deck lifted
off and her hatches went skyward.
The last thing we loaded in Brooklyn
was 7000 boxes of apples. Tha ex
ploxion sent them up in the air in
shower. Those Germans did not know
what was happening and they put on
MAMCm full speed ahead to get clear. There
IV1lilLLS i rniiKt have been 20 acres of annles
when they came down.'
1 cow. . ..
1 steer. ..
13 cows. ..
1 cow. ...
1 cow. . ..
1 steer. ..
9 cows. ..
2 cows. ..
1 cow. . ..
1 cow. . ..
1 cow. . ..
1 cow. . ..
1 cow. . ..
1 cow. ...
6 cows. ..
2 cows. ..
9 cows. ..
2 cows. ..
2 cows. .,
. 2 cows. ..
1 cow. . .,
' 1 cow
1 cow. . .,
1 QUO A Kfl'
1 cow. . . .
1 cow. . . .
11 steers. .
2 steers. .
1 steer. ..
1 steer. ..
. 1 steer. ..
8 steers. .
3 steers. .
6.001 lo steers..
1 heifer. .
1 heifer. .
1 heifer. .
G bulls. . ,
1 bull. ..
1 stag. . .
8S hogs. . ,
2 hogs. . ,
WAR BEGUN ON COUGARS
Government Sends Men and Dogs to
Save Deer Herds.
LA GRANDE, Or., Jan. 10. (Spe
cial.) To stop, if possible, distress
ing destruction of deer herds In deep
enow In the Blue Mountains near the
source of La Grande's water supply,
the Government has sent a man and
hounds to tha region to kill cougars.
Government Predatory Hunter Rob
erts, of Cove, accompanied Iy Walt
Mier, left tonight with a fine pack of
dogs to hunt the cougar band, some
of which come to mountaineers' cabins
in their hunt for rood ana are or enor
RAILWAY TO PLANK BRIDGE
Soutliern Pacifio to Aid Willie Coun
ty Builds Jfew pnn.
SALEM, Or., Jan. 10. (Special.)
Tentative agreement was reached with
local and Portland Southern Pacific of
ficials Tuesday to plank the railroad
bridge of the Salem. Falls City & West
ern across tho Willamette River at
this point following the closing of the
inter-county bridge Thursday. In the
meantime, while planking work is In
progress, the railroad will run trains
across the river every half hour,
charging a G-cent fare. As soon as the
planking is completed a scheme is be-
Inc worked out to cnarge a email ton
rate to pay for cost of planking, which
is estimated at $10,000 or iz.uuo. i ne
railroad bridge will be turned over
partly to pedestrian traffic while a new
Inter-county onago is ueias tuu.-
President Crooks Honored.
The water of a St. Louis swimming
nool is kept In good condition by an ap
nlication of the germ - killing' violet
ALBANY. Or.. Jan. 10. (Special.)
Harry Means Crooks, for several years
president of Albany College, is now a
doctor of laws. The degree was con
ferred on him recently by the College
of Wooster, of Wooster. O., of which
Dr. Crooks is a graduate. Dr. Crooks
is now president ot Alma College, at
CARSON To Mr. and Mrs. Guy N. Carson,
61 Kast Twenty-sixth street South. Decern
oer so. a oangnter.
CALLAHAN To Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
A. Callahan, 0'JS East Washington street.
December 30. a son.
ROHRBACH To Mr. and Mrs. John
Rohrbach. Columbia boulevard. December
30. a son.
LlMP To Mr. and Mra Joseph Lamp,
591 Snvier street. December So. a son.
COMPION To Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Comp-
ton, C!4 Last Aider street. December 30,
M'GORRT To Mr. and Mrs. John J. Mc
Gorry. 661 Washington street December 31,
PUCKETT To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Puckett, 4S7 East Harrison street. Decern
ber SI. a son.
KISON To Mr. and Mrs. William F.
Klson. 1217 Borthwick street. December 31,
KONIXENDTKE To Mr. and Mrs. Cor
nelius Koninendyke. 1179 East Seventeenth
street North. December 31. a son.
AHERN To Mr. and Mrs. Timothy J.
Ahern. 1115 Denver avenue. December 3L
OkKLAJSH To Mr. and Mrs. George Ger-
lash. S23 East Eighth street North. Decem
ber 31. a daughter.
STAFFORD To Mr. and Mrs. Charles M.
Stafford. 244 Esst Fifty-second street, De
cember 31. a son.
KASNER To Mr. and Mrs. Rhlnehnia.
iv as n r. tjaa Ainsworxn, ueccmoer a, a
Vancouver Marriage Licenses.
ARNOLD-WOLFF Clayton E. Arnold. 27,
of Portland, and Kathleen Wolff. 23, ot Port
LOVELACK-M DOXAUJ Charles Love
lace. 32, r.f Portland, and Mrs. Juunlta Mc
Donald. 26. of Seattle.
tXAKK-UNTZ w. r r-iark. or
Portland, and Luclle Lantz, 19. of Portland.
jkikalks-hi .vimiti Morales. 29. or
Portland, and Lena K Lai. 22. of Portland.
KH01)E8-5TRA1)I.CT Dustln E. Rhodes.
26, of Portland, and Bessie K. Stradley. IS.
FTAN-WAONFR F.lwnrd P. Ryan. 29. of
Portland, and Mrs. Pearl Wagner, 23, of
DAVIES-rRAVr.N Car! CJ Davie tit
Portland, and Ethel M. Craven, legal, ot
WOOD-KRINAST Jsy Wood. Perkins Ho
tel, and Matilda Krinast, 1047 East Four
teenth strett North.
SHtELDS-MELDROi Fred M. FThlelda
Spokane. Wash., and Mary Belle Meidrum.
70. Davis street.
TA i LOR-GIBHON James W. Tsylor. Im
perial Hotel, and Bessie E. Gibson. Lents. Or.
CAKTLll-L)OOLE.l K. p. carter. 406 Ross
street, and fe. L. Dooley. Flrland Station.
1165 Vancouver avenue, and V. L. Hays, llo
um Tweittn street.
OSBURN-STEBIN Clarence E. Osburn.
u;etnam, ur., and luiu stcmn. ureanam,
MARGARET BROWN Repair two-story
frame dwelling, S72 East Flanders, between
Twenty-eighth and Thirtieth streets; J. S.
Jewell, builder: $75.
O. W. METCALF Repair one-story frame
dwelling. 417 Seventy-ninth street, between
Forty-fifth and corty-seventn avenue
builder, same: $250.
DOLPH, THOMPSON sV DOLPH Repair
torlck building, store and warehouse, iu
Front street, between Stark and Oak streets
Otis Elevator Company, builders: $75.
S. BENSON Alter 12-etory fireproof steel
frame hotel on Broadway, between Stark
and Oak streets: Dinwiddle Construction
Company, builders; $4O0O.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY Erect
one-story frame toilet. 843 East Twenty
first street, between Gladstone and Cora
streets- builder, same: $200.
SOUTHERN PACIFIO COMPANY Erect
one-story frame toilet. 843 East Twenty-first
street? between Gladstone and tora streets;
builder, asms: $20O.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANY Erect
one-storv frame toilet, between Schiller and
Ravmond: builder, same; $250.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COMPANT Erect
one-storv frame toilet. 715 Cora avenue, be
tween Twentieth and Twenty-first streets;
builder same: $250.
SUSANNE V. LEONARD Erect garage.
646 East Fifteenth street North, between
Knott and Brazee; F. Ketcham. builder;
T. W. B. LONDON Repair frame store.
559 Williams, between Knott and Russell;
Muir st McClelland Construction Company,
MRS. K. ZILL Repair one-and-on-halr-story
frame dwelling, 1550 East Twenty
first street, between Bldwell and Lexing
ton: builder, same: $50.
MRS. M. C. COMERICK Repair twe-
story frame store. 264 Alder, between Third
snd Fourth: W. K. Shoemaker, builder; $300.
rOHTI.AMI TO SAN KKANC1SCO
S. t. NORTHERN PACIFIC, express
train time. Sails Jan. 2. ti. 11. 16. 2u. 25,
:I0. CaL Str. Express leaves 9::i0 A. M.
Fares $3. $12.50. 15. $17.5(1. $20.
S. S. GREAT NORTHERN. San Fran
cisco and Los Angeles to Honolulu. Jan.
I. 23; Feb. 12: March 5. 2i. April 11. 3d.
130 roun trip, and up.
.North Hank. 5th and Stark
Ttrvrr 1 Station, loth and lloyt
ni-M( m A. d and Mor.. N. P. lis.
I lOO 3d." lturlington Ky.
lev - a
New, Large. Modern and the fast
est Steamships to Scandinavia.
Rail connections with entire con
tinent. Sailings from New York
Jan. 27-Feb. 17. Write for folders.
All Railroad Offices Our Agents.
General Pacific Coast Atrent,
. IIS Cherry St heattle.-
San Francisco $10;00
Coos Bay $7.00
Ftrst-Claas Meal and Bertb
6 P. M.. FRIDAY. JAN. 12.
122n Third Street.
Phones Main 13141 A 1314.
I Pan Fl
I les St'
RIDAT. 6 :00 P. M.. JAN. 13.
Francisco, Portland, Los Ang-
eamsn.p Co. trim o""ra.
Third st A 4596. Main 2.
It U port.
VtiHrmbarrr. Janmi. TmduHI. liouutM.
ao (tad inward.
tla eatt. vr ban l-ranitsvo to tjm
Aalllu and Ean bieie. Largest ships,
SB)ual.d service, law rates. Includiag
aneala snd b.rth.
For particulars apply or tclephse
rACIFIC BTKAMeiUIP COSiVA-VT.
Tk-ket Office. X4 Wsahlngt.a St.
Pac. slain Xx. taosas A tSM.
Centralis Woodmen Install.
CEXTRALIA. Wash.. Jan. 10. (Spe
cial.) The foilowlng new officers were
Installed Monday night by the local
camp of Woodmen of the World: C. M.
we Pay 17c Apiece and Express Charges.
Ship by Parcel Post or Express.
KOHN & HA Fit,
43-45-47 West 83d st-. New York City.
References: National City Bank. N. Y.
National Park Bank, N. Y.
We sell Mole Traps $5.00 a dozen.
i i 1 1 1 n r i -1 r uMw k
s-i I I B Vi H JUS fas"--ruo4
l aueraos aires
Company's Office, 4 Broadway, V. Y.
Porsey B. Kmllh. Third and VYshlngton Sis.
B HonoIula1Suv,Nt Ztsaiatid.
THE PAIAT1AL PASSENGFIt STEAMF.KS
K M R. NIAGARA.' U.M.8. -NIAKCK-V
(20,000 tons dls. 11S.&0O tons d:s..
hail from VANCOUTF.lt, B. C, Jan. 17. Feb.
14, Mar. 14. Apr. IL Apply Canadian Paclfie
Railway. 65 Third St.. Portland. Or. or M
the Canadian Australian Royal Mail Line.
1 440 bwiuoux SUset. a ancouvcr, la. U
application to tho bank. Adv,
2.501 16 hogs.
126 9.00 j