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THE BTOKNTXG OREGOXIAN, FRIDAY, JANUARY 26, 1917.
Local Grain Trade Considers
NOW BEFORE LEGISLATURE
Wheat Market Qniet at All Points
In Northwest Slight Changes
In Bids on Local Board.
Feed Cereals Steady.
h grain dealers of Portland are taking
an active Interest In the various bills pre
sented to the legislature or proposed bearing-
on the matter of sraJn Inspection In this
state. In view of the probability of bulk
handling In the future this la a matter of vital
importance. The local dealers are offering no-
measure of this kind to the Legislature but
are giving their attention to the bills
A meeting of the Merchants Exchange As
sociation was held yesterday to consider one
of these measures, which Is known as Hons,
bill 172. This bill was drawn up by ths State
Horticultural Society and Is one of the con
solidation measures before the Legislature.
grain trade here Is solely Interested In
section pertaining to grain Inspection.
J which is natterned after the Washington
and Federal grain Inspection taws. The other
bills will also be considered.
The wheat market was dull at all points
yesterday. Country advices Indicated a ces
sation of demand for Eastern account, and
there was a lack of Interest on the part of
Coast millers. At the Merchants' Exchange
bids for January bluestem and January and
February club were raised 1 cent, while
other offers were unchanged from Wednes
day. Oats and barley were Quiet and steady
The Liverpool grain cable said:
"Wheat market dull, arrivals Increasing
Corn strong with light offers; expected light
Argentine shipments. Oats very firm; no
shipments from Argentina this week, and
American offers continue firm with good de
niBnd. Argentine weather clear and hot.
Buenos Aires wheat firm; exporters bidding
end liberal clearance!, mostly to Continent.
Corn firm, oats strong. Argentine shipments
this week estimated at 2,405,000 bushels
It-heat. 1,000,000 bushels corn, no oats. India,
weather very favorable. Final official acre
age placed at 33.924,000, against 2S.200.0UO
acres last year. Native food grains yielding
well. Bottoms are Increasing and rates de
cltnlng; American rates nominal."
Terminal receipts in cars were reported by
the Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oats Hay
Portland. Thur. 12
Vearago IT 2
f- aaon lo date. 8614 139
year ago 0121 1330
Tacoma. Wed. . 8 ....
Year ago. 22 3
Reason to date. 47!0 110
Year ago 568 473
Seattle. Wed... S 1
Year ago 14 8
fir,n to date. 8785 888
year ago 7070 1217
HIGH MOHAIR PRICES LOOKED FOB
Stren firth of Wool Market Leading: Factor In
Tha mohair man who predicted that the
Oregon market this year will open at CO
cents and climb to C5 cents .may or may
not be right, but there is no question but
that the market will be a atrons one
throughout the eeason. The high price of
wool la the chief factor in the market, and
the certainty that Imports of foreign mohair
will be very light adds to the strength of
the situation. A clip In Oregon about equal
to last year's la looked for.
In the Boston mohair market business In
the past week has been of small propor
tions, although prices are as strong as ever,
according to the Commeruial Bulletin. Some
domestic and more or less Cape hair are held
In the market but the mills are not anxious
buyers at the prices asked,
Yorkshire Is running rairly well and s)
a fairly steady buyer of raw material at
firm prices. A fairly good proportion of
the spinners have some orders for export,
more especially to America.
At the Cape prices are very strong. Sup
plies are getting more and more limited and
holders more reluctant to cell.
The alpaca market In Liverpool Is con
tinuing at a fairly strong pace both for
fleeces and defective sorts.
Boston quotations: Beet combing, 5557c;
' good combing, 50 3 53c; ordinary combing,
45 4jp4Sc ; best carditis, 43 45c ; good card
ing, 4345c; ordinary carding, 3S40c. For
eign: Cape first. fu55c; Turkey, fair aver
STEADY DEMAND FOB OREGON HOPS
Only Small Surplus Carried Into Next Crop.
Exports and Beer Sales.
There Is a steady demand for hops and
stocks are moving out of first hands at
about the usual rate for this time of year.
The season will probably close with a
mailer carry-over than was antlciitedr
Frieea ruling In this state range from 5 to
9 eents. and up to 10 cents is being paid
To date exports of hops from the United
tates have been about 23.000 bales, of
Jen less than 1400 bales were sent to the
United Kingdom. The movement has been
chiefly to the Orient, South America and
Canada. As there have been practically no
Imports Into the United States to offset the
outgo, the showing must therefore be con
ldered a satisfactory one. and the British
embargo not such a serious factor after all
except Insofar as It reduced comneti tlon
among buyers m the American markets.
It may be this lack of competition from
England, rather than the closing of this
Knglish outlet to our surplus, which is
holding prices down to a level unprofitable
to growers. It cannot all be chanced to the
dry movement, for the latest brewery statis
tics reveal an Increase in beer sales in the
past Tear. Government returns from the
principal brewing centers of the United
States, representing 05 per cent of the total
production, show a beer output In 1917 of
65.S30.1S7 barrels, as against 50.77i.002 ar
rel brewed In 1910.
ONION SUPPLY IS SHARrLY REDUCED
Only 63 Care Remain Unsold Ln Oregon.
Stocks South Light,
Only 53 cars of onions remain unsold In
Oregon. At San Francisco there are 4JJ cars
and Uos Angeles bee 3000 sucks. This stock
must supply the! Coast until new onions
from some source are available, yet the en
tire quantity will not remain here, for East
ern orders have to be filled. The first out
side onions will probably come from Aus
tralia, but dealers do not look for any
considerable Quantity before March. The
aelling price In the country Is $5.50, at
which a number of cars have been sold this
Potatoes are firm at the old price, though
tit ere are rumors of some buyers bidding
a higher quotation. A few local retailers
are still selling to their customers at $L7S
to 2 a sack.
The steamer brought up a limited supply
of - Southern vegetables, all of which are
in price. Sprouts were quoted-at 12
cents and artichokes at $1.15 & 1.25 a dozen.
MARKET IS NOT
Outside Demand Checked and Price. Are
Tha outside demand for eggs was not ln
evidence yesterday and the market weakened
seain. Sales were made on the street ar
82 and 33 cms. case count, and the bulk
of the day's supply Cleaned up at theso
Butler was firm, with country creamery
extras selling at 38 cents, prims firsts quoted
at 37 cents and firsts at 36 cents.- All ths
city creameries did not unite In the 8-cent
advance, for prints In cartons were still
available at 40 cents and In some of the re
tall stores fresh city butter was to bs had
at 45 cents, as heretofore. fi
There was a firm poultry market, with
hens In demand at 16 to 18 cents, according
to size. rre88ed veal dragged and buyers
declined to pay over 14 Vs cents. Fork was
Bank elearines ot th. KnrttawMtnni rM M
yesterday were as follows:
Portland a. Sl.7S0.811 $316,814
Seattle 2,710.859 30S.234
Tacoma 336.791 70.3.".l
Spokane 810.484 65.786
TORTIAXD KA1KET QUOTATIONS
Grain. Flour, Feed. Eta.
Merchant's Exchange, noon session.
January delivery Bid.
Wheat Bid. Tr ea-o.
Bluestem X 1 7 X 1 l.v
1.63 . 1.09
No. 1 white feed
No. 1 feed
February bluestem ...
March bluestem ..........
February fortyfold .......
March fortyfold ..........
February club ...........
March Russian .. . .
February oats ...........
March oats 37.00
February barley ....... .......... 39.00
aiarcn barley .... 39.00
FLOUR Patents, $8.40: straights, (7.600
7.80: Valley. X7.UV; whole wheat. .8.60; gra
MILLFEED Spot prices: Bran, 826.50
per ton, shorts. .30.50 per ton; rolled bar
CORN Whole. 146 per ton; cracked. 147
HAT Producers' prices: Timothy. Esst-
ern Oregon. $19fi;20 per ton; timothy. Val
ley, HJ'iJls per ton; alfalfa, S15's10; val
ley grain hay, $1213; clover, 1L
Dairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER Cubes, extras. 3Sc: prime
firsts, 87c: firsts. 30c. Jobbing prices:
Prints. extras, 40'g42c; cartons, 1 cent
extra: butterfat. No. 1, 41c; No. 2, S9c,
CHEESE Jobbers' buying prices, f. o. b.
dock. Portland: Tillamook triplets. 20c;
Young Americas not quoted.
KUGS Orejion ranch. current receipts.
32fc(fp33c per dozen; Oregon ranch, candled.
34 35c per dozen; Oregon ranch, selects.
37c per dozen.
POULTRY Hens, heavy. 1718c: light.
16jj17c per pound; Springs, 1618c: turkeys,
live. 18t2c; dressed. 22ii(o.20c; ducks. 18
4(22c; geese. 1213c
VEAL Fancy, 14$i-14&c per pound.
PORK Fancy, 1313c per pound.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges. navel a
J2.25.-5S2. 50: Japanese, Sl1.25 per bundle;
lemons, $33.75 per box; bananas, 5c per
pound; grapefruit. S3&5.
VEGETABLES Artichokes. $1.1501.25 per
dozen; tomatoes, S7 per crate; cabbage, $3.50
f34 per hundred; eggplant, 25c per pound;
lettuce. $2.50; cucumbers, .1.00&2.00 per
doz. ; celery. $5.50 per crate; cauliflower,
$2.50 per crate; peppers, 2530c per pound;
sack vegetables, $1.25 per sack; sprouts, 12c
per pound; rhubarb, lac per pound.
POTATOES Oregon buying prices, $2
2.25 per hundred: sweet. $4 per hundred.
OXION'S Oregon buying prices, $5.50 per
sack, country points.
GREEN" FRUITS Apples. 75c$1.50 per
box; pears. $1.75(2.50; cranberries $10?11
Local Jobbing quotations:
SUGAR Fruit and berry, $7.35; Honolulu
Plantation. $7.30; Grant Pass Deet, $7.15:
California beet, $7.15; extra C. $0.85; pow
dered. In barrels, $7.35; cubes, in barrels,
SALMON Columbia River, 1-pound tails,
$2.40 per dozen, one-half flats, $1.50.
1-pound flats, $.50; Alaska pinks, 1-pound
HONEY Choice,' $3 33.25 per case.
NUTS Walnuts, sack lots. 18c; Brazil
nuts. lc: filberts, lttc; almonds, IS 19c;
peanuts. 7c; cocoanuts, $1.10 per dozen; pe
cans, 18llc; chestnuts. lOc.
BEANS Small white, ll4e; large white,
11.1 Of; Lima, &Hc; bayous, 8.20c; pink, 8c;
red Mexicans. c; Manchurian, 8HC
COFFEE Roasted, in drums, 17&35c
SALT Granulated, 16.75 per ton; half
ground lOOs, $11.30 per ton; 5 us, $12.10 per
ton; dairy. $14.7o per ton.
RlCfcj Southern head, 774c per pound;
broken. 4c; Japan style, 4 4 He
DRIED FRUITS Apples.. 10&illc: apri
cots, 16lc; peaches, 8Vfe10c; prunes.
Italian, StoUc; raisins. 83a15M-c: dates.
Persian. 15c per pound; fard. $2.50 per box;
currants, 15 4,16c; figs. $2&3.50 per box.
Ilope. Wool, Hides, Etc
HOPS 1918 crop, 5&0c per pound.
HIDES Salted hides 125 lbs. and up).
18c; salted stags 50 lbs. and up), 14e;
green and salted kip (15 lbs. to 25 lbs.).
18c; green and salted calf skins tup to 15
lbs.), 27ff28c; green hides (25 lbs. and up),
16o; green stags (50 lbs. and up), 12c; dry
hides. 30c; salt hides. 25c; dry horse hides.
$1)2; salt horse hides, $35.
PELTa Dry iong-wooied pelts. 24c: dry
short-wooled pelts, 17c;; dry shearlings. lOttf
25c each, salted long-wooled pelts, $141.50;
salted short-wooled pelts, 00c$l.
tallow -no. i. c per pound.
WOOL Eastern Oregon. fine. 24(S30c:
coarse. 33&30c; Valley, S3 41c
CASCARA BARK Old and new, 5o per
HAMS r All sizes, choice. 2344 c; standard.
22 Ho; skinned. 20 21c; picnics, 15c; cot
tage roiia. i.
LARD Tierce basis: Kettle rendered,
19 He: standard pure. 19c; compound. 10c
BACON Fancy, 28H&30Hc; standard. 24
Q20c; choice, 2123c - -
DRY SALT Short, clear backs, 17 H 019c,
export, lHHfcP-0c; plate. 14&15HC
BARREL GOODS Mess beef. $22; plate
beef. $23; brisket pork, market; tripe, $10.50
t 11.50. '
KEROSENE Watet white, drums, barrels
or tank wagons. 10c; cases, 18 H 22c
GASOLINE Bulk, 21 He; cases. 3oc; naph
tha, drums, ltHc; cases, 30c; eugine distil
late, drums. 10Hc; cases, lttc
LINSEED OIL Raw, drums, $1.10; bar
rels. $1.08; cases. $1.13; boiled, drums, $L12;
barrels. $1.10; cases. $1.15. '
TURPENTINE In tanks 07c; In cases.
72c; 10-case lots, lc less.
SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE MARKET
Pricee Current on Butter, Eggs, Fruits, Veg
etables. Etc. at Bay City.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 25. Butter
Fresh extras, 87c; prime firsts, 36c; fresh
firsts, 35 He.
Eggb Fresh extras, SIHc; pullets. 31c.
Cheese New. ISc; Young Americas. 20c
Poultry Hens. 21 6 22c; old roost era 12
13c; fryers, 24(-bc; broilers, 2730c;
large. 2."'g27c; squabs, $2.252.50; pigeons,
$1.J5 1.75; ducks, 1018c; geese, 18&2uc;
turkeys, live. 2 3 it 25c
Vegetables String beans. Florida, 25
30c; lettuce. Southern, $1&1.SU; fancy,,
$1.7562; peas. Southern fancy, large, 10
lie; small, ttdiSc; cream squash, $1.50 It 1.85;
tomatoes. Southern. $1.25; eggplant. Florida,
20&25c; green sappers. ti&luc; garlic.
2tt4c; sweet potatoes, cellar stock. $.25;
celery, $3.504, rhubarb. $1.251.75; mar
rowfat and hubbard squash, $1.25 1.60.
Potatoes Rivers, $2.40 Q 2.65.
Onions Carloads, $7.
Fruit ppars. Winter Nellis. $2 02.75;
lemons, $3it3 5; grapefruit, $2.25&2 50;
oranges, pa vols. $2.40 2 65 : bananas, $1.25
1 4I'l.r0; pineapples. $2-i2.50; apples. New
town Pippina. $1.10-1.25; Beilefleur. 60
Receipts Flour. 52S0 quarters; barley.
3S33 centals; beans. 1311 sacks; potatoes,
9415 sacks; onions, 240 sacks; hay, 130 tons;
hides, 215; wine. 27.200 gallons. -
NEW YORK, Jan. 25. Copper strong.
Electrolytic first,, second and third Quarters,
Iron steady and unchanged.
Metal Exchange quotes tin steady. Epo
45 v 45.50c.
At London Spot copper, 132 5s; futures,
128 5s; electrolytic, 143. Spot tin, 183 17s
6d; futures, 1'.0 s 6d.
The Metal 'Exchange quotes lead. 7.73c
Spelter firm. Spot, East SL-LouIa deliv
ery. 9c bid.
At London Lead. .10; spelter, 33 10s,
Stanley Tomlinson Scs Dillard.
ROSEEURG, Or, Jan. 25. (Special.)
Happy over the prospects of having
one of the best ranch homps in Do'uglas
County, little Stanley Tomlinson, of
Portland, passed through Roseburs
yesterday en route to Dillard. where
tie will live with, his aunt. ilra. Grant
LAST PRICES BEST
Metal Shares Lead in Gains in
STEEL STRONGEST FEATURE
Marines and Motors Are Under
'Pressure and Rails Are Irregu
larExchange Rates on
Germany Are Shaded.
NEW TORK, Jan. 25. Dealing expanded !
perceptibly today and moderate gain In
prominent issues were fairly well main
tained, but the Tolume of trading was
strain so negligible as to leava little doubt of
its professional origin.
r United States Steel and related. Issues were
I to 3 points higher at times, with coppers
and other metals. ,
American Can. Central Leather, Indus
trial Alcohol and some of the equipments
stimulated the list at Irregular Intervals,
together with Montana Power, Ohio Gas
and Pacific Coast Telephone.
Marines and motors were under pressure.
the former selllne off abruntly in the final
Ralls were a rain an uncertain Quantity.
Transcontinental issues moved ln a very
narrow groove, grangers were fractionally
better and coalers sluggish, although West
ern Maryland was disposed to yield with
other low-priced Issues, Total sales of stocks
were 425.000 shares.
Foreign exchange markets were very dull
until the final hour, when rates on the
Teutonic centers shaded after previous
The Bank of England's gain during the
last week of about $2,500,000 gold was ac
cepted as a natural outcome of the cessa
tion of exports of the metal to this country.
The statement also shows a slight strength
ening of reserve liabilities.
Except for the irregular tendencies. In
dustrial issues tending lower while railroads
were higher, the bond market was without
marked feature. Total sales, par value,
$3,845,000. United States bonds were un
changed on call..
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS :
Am Beet Sugar. Too
Am Can 13.7O0
Am Car & Fdy.. goo
Am Locomotive. 1.500
Am Smt & Rfg. .15,000
Am Sugar Rfg.. 200
Am Tel A Tel . . 30o
Am Zinc, L & S. 7.100
Anaconda Cop. . .13.700
Baldwin Loco... 5,20
Bait & Ohio.... 800
Brook Rap Tran. l.loo
Butte & Sup Cop. 5.500
Cal Petroleum... 7.HO0
Can , Pacific. - . . GOO
Cen Leather. . . . 4,400
Chi. Mil & St P. 1,400
Chi & N W 400
Chino Coper 9M)
Colo Fuel Iron 1.0O0
Corn Prod Refg. 3.1O0
Crucible Steel .. 6.300
Distiller's Sec... l.GiH)
General Elec. . . . 200
Great Nor pfd..
Gt Nor Ore Ctfs. 1.0OO
111 Central 300
Inter Con sol Com
Inspiration Cop. . 5.2O0
Inter Harv. N. J 2M)
1 M Ma pfd ctfs. 12,100
K S Southn
L & Nashville.
Mex Pet .......
Miami Copper .
M. K & T pfd.
Montana Power. 4.KO0 109 100
Nevada Copper.. 2.SOO 24 24
N Y Cen 2.500 101 101
N Y, N H & H.. 2.0H0 45 45
Nor A Western. 1.800 138 1S7
Nor Pacific.... .....
Pacific Mall- 300 23 23
Pac Tel & Tel
Pennsylvania ... 6.OO0 57 50
Kay :on copper. i.:mu hi 1:1
Beading l.noo 101 101 101 H
Rep Iron & Steel 1.700 80 79 79
Shat Ariz Cop... 400 27 27 27
Southern Pac... 300 97 97 07
Southern Ry ... 1.400 31 31 31
Ptudebaker Co.. 4.4o 109 107 los
Texas Company. 1.20U 231 230 22!
Union Pacific .. 400 144 144 143
Union Pac pfd 84
U H Ind Alcohol. 8.000 120 123 125
U S Steel 904 114 113 114
V S Steel pfd 120
Utah Copper 11.900 108 106 107
Wabash pfd "B" 29
Western Union 97
Westlnghouse ElC 2.500 . 63 524 43
Total sales for the day. $425,000 shares.
TJ S ref 2s reg. 90 I No Pao 4s S
U S ref 2s cou ia No Pao 3s ... 102
U S 3s reg 101 Pac T & T Bs 107
U S 3s cou 110 So Pac cv 4s.. !)4
U S 4s reg "lln So Pac ref 4s..
U S 4s cou ...110 UnPac 4s 94
Am Smelt 6s. . ' 90 Un Pa cv 4s .. 106
L & R G ref 5s 112 U S Steel Bs... 104
NYC deb 6s. 80 So Pac cv 5s.. 93
Boston Closing: Mining.
BOSTON, Jan. 25. Closing quotations:
Allouez 6 I Old Dominion. .. .64
Arts Com 13t&1Quincy ....OO
Cal & Ariz ... .84 I Shannon 914
Cal & Hecla. . . -5i.; 'Superior is
Cop R Con Co... 55
K .Butte C Mine. 14
No Butta 22
Jup & Bost Win 6
Utah Cons . . .
Money, Exchange, Eta.
NEW YORK. Jan. 25. Mercantile paper.
SU 1R.1U ner cent.
Sterling. 60-day bills. 4.T2 ; commercial
60-day bill's on bank. $4.72: commercial
6-day bills. $4.72: demand. $4.75; cables,
$4.7G7-10. Francs, demand. $5.84; cables.
$5.63: marks, demsnd. 60; cables, 69
Kronen. demand. 11 11-16: cables, 11
Guilders, demand, 40; cables. 40. LI res.
demand. T.17; cables. 7.16. Rubles, 28
Bar silver. 76c
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds.
Time loans, easy; 60 and 00 days, 2 3
ner cent: sis months. 3ft 3 per cent.
Call money, steady. High. 2 per cent; low.
1 per cent: ruling rate. 2 per cent; last
loan. 2 per cent: closing bid, 1 per cent
offered, 2 per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 25. Ste.llng ln
Iradon, $4.71: demand, $4.75; cables.
Mexican dollars, 5S.34C.
LONDON, Jan. 25. Bar silver, 87 S-16d
Money. S per cent. Discount rates, short
bills. 5ft5 per cent; three months, oro-a
Stocks Steady at Londoa.
LONDON. Jan. 25. American securities
were steady, but trading was light on th
stock exchange here today.
Brass Company's Extra Dividend.
NEW YORK. Jan. 25. The America
Brass Company today declared an extra
dividend of 11 per cent In addition to its
regular quarterly dividend of lVs per cent.
SAVANNAH. Jan. 25. Turpentine, firm,
61c. Sales; 115 barrels; receipts. 7 barrels;
shipments, none: stock, 18, 2Gb barrels.
Rosin firm. Sales, 845 barrels: receipts, 915
barrla; shipments, none; stock. 78.346 bar
rels. Quote: A, B. C, D. E. F, O. $6.10;
H. I. K. $6 2u; M, $8.30; N, $6.60; WQ.
$d.70; WW, $7.
Duluth Unseed Market.
DUT.UTH. Jan. 25. Linseed on ' track.
$2.90; choice, $2.92; arrive. $2.90; May,
$2.93 bid; July, $2.94 bid.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. Jan. 23. Evaporated apples
quiet and easy; prunes steady; peaches
Heps, Etc., at New Tork.
NEW YORK. Jan. 2.5. Hops steady; bides
quiet; wool steady.
NEW YORK. Jan. 25 Spot cotton steady.
Middling-uplands, 17.15c Sales, 1506 balea.
Coffee Fntorea Irregular.
NEW YORK, Jan. 25. The market for
coffee futures - was very quiet sgain today
and fluctuations were correspbndingly nar
row. The opening was unchanged and after
sagging off 2 or 3 points under scattering
liquidation prices steadied on covering, while
there also appeared to be a little trade buy
ing. July advanced from $3.58 to $8.62, and
the general list "closed net 4 points higher
to 1 point lower. Sales estimated 17.7SO
January. $8.41: February. $8.42: March,
$8.46; April. $8.91: May. $8.55; June, $3.58:
July. $3.61: August. $8.64; September, $3.68,
October, $3.73; November. $3.78; December.
Spot, quiet; Rio 7s, 10c; Bentoa 4s, 10 Ho.
Cost snd freight offers were reported about
unchanged. It Is said that a small lot of
bant os 4s was sold late yesterday at $9.80,
American credits, for March-May shipment.
Today's offers Included- Santos 4s at $10.60
to $10.85. London credlta
The official cabtes reported no change In
the Brazilian markets except for 8antos fu
tures, which were unchanged to 25 reis
lower. Brazilian port receipts. 24.000; Jun
diahy. 8000. Rio cleared 14.000 for New
Orleans and 18.000 for New York.
CbJcage Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO, Jan. S3. Butter firm. Cream
Eggs higher. Receipts, 8146 cases; firsts.
394 4J40c; ordinary firsts. 37033c; at mark
cases Included. 38f3e. '
New Tork Sugar Market.
TORK. Jan. 25. Raw sugar easv.
Centrifugal, $5.02; molasses.' $4.15. Refined
steady. Fine granulated. $6.75.
HOGS AT ELEVEN CENTS
ANOTHER ADVA5TCE IX THE IXCAL
Tendac7 la Steadily rpward With
tbe Supply Is.dr.s.(c Other
Lines Are Steady.
Ths bog market reached the 11-cent leTel
at the North Portland Stockyards yester-dl7-
Only a small run was reported and
with the demand keen everything- of quali
ty that went over the scales brought this
5. The market Is firm at the advance.
Trading- In other lines was quiet and prices
were unchanged from the opening of the
week. Receipts were 29 cattle. 112 calves.
27 hops and 791 sheep. Shippers were:
Unbarger & Eaton. Creswell. 1 car cattle
and calves: Amdahl Brothers. Monitor. 1
car hops and sheep; Dufur Warehouse Com
pany. The Dalles. 1 car hoes: Union ll.ut
Company, Lyle, a cars sheep; J. W. Brown,
. v.ai nous.
The days sales were as follows:
60 hogs .. 213 11.00
1 hog ... 47 ll.no
S hogs .. 48T 10.00
7 hogs .. 120 9.50
2 cows . . 915 3.75
1 cow ...1110 4.25
1 cow ...030 6.50
1 cow ...1230 5.50
34 hogs .. 177 11.00
4 hogs .. 152 10.2.1
78 hogs .. 1S3 11.00
20 hogs .. 247 11.00
1 hog ... 300 10.50
7 hogs .. 371 10.OO
3 hogs .. 203 ll.OO
1 cow . . 850 s B.7.'
1 heifer . 610 B.75
1 bull ..
1 stag .
3 cows .
1 cow ,
54 hoKS .
3 hogs .
Steers, fair to good ..
$S00& 8 59
....... 6 50 g) 6.75
....... 7 35 7 50
Cows, choice ...........
lows, medium to rood -
8 504 7.00
Cows, ordinary to fair .
....... 0.750. 6.25
....... 4.00 1 7 50
3.75 'ft 6 0.J
....... 3.00 3 8.00
Heavy packing. 215-250 nonnds
10.80 8 11.00
Light packing, 170-190 pounds.
rtougn neavies ..............
Pies and skins
,. 9 3.Vi 10.00
.. 8.50 9.00
,. S.75W 9 75
... 6.75 i 8.5o
T .a m b 5
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA, Jan. 25. Hogs Recetnts. 2S.nnn-
,ifKiicr. rieavy, . 1 1. J u 11.35 : light,
IU.OJWU.S3: PlgS. ia.OO01O.OO: built nf
prattle ttecetnts. freen: . marv-.
Niitive steers. $S.0011.5O; cows and heifers.
$.759.00: Western steers, $7. 004r 10 Mi
Texas steers. $0.508.00; stockers and feed
ers. $6.50 W 10.00.
bheep Receipts. 22.300: market. t.rt
Yearlings. $10.75!12.50: wethera. uus
10.50; lambs. $13.3514.25.
- Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. Jan. 25. Moira R.r.lnl. .1 -
000: estimated tomorrow, 28.0OO; market,
strong. 20c to 25c above yesterday's aver
age: ouia ot sales, $U.3Sp11.C.1. Light,
$11.10(5ill.60; mixed. $11. 20g 11.75; heavy
$11.25SH1.80; rough, $11.25if11.40; pigs.
Cattle Receipts. 7000: market. atrnnar
Native beef cattle. $7.75 11.80; Western
steers. $7.75&10.00; stockers and feeders.
$t.009.00; cows and heifers, $5.0010.25;
Bheep Receipts, 12.000; - market, firm;
Wethers, $9.75$ 1 1.00: lambs. 1 1.75 14.35.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Jan. 25. Maximum temper
ature. 55 degrees; minimum temperature.
42 degrees. River rending, 8 A. M.. 3 feet.
Change ln last 24 hours, 0.1 foot fall. Total
raintnii a p. m. to 5 P. M.) none. Total
rainfall since September 1. 1918, 13.49 Inches.
Normal rainfall since September 1, 24.68
Inchea Deficiency of rainfall since Septem-
uwr a, mio, n.ow ncnea Total sunhlne.
1 hour, 10 minutes. Possible sunshine. i
hours. 24 minutes. Barometer frediicerl ro
sea level) 5 P. M.. 30.34 inchea Relative
humidity at noon. 80 per cant
2Sl 4'MO.Olij. . SE
2X1 3H O.OOI. .(SV
4tfMt.(HII . . XV
-4t0.fl(l . .fSW
4IO.H . .! V
Dwa Moines . . .
Helen.i . .
42 0. (i(. . INWiPt. cloudy
t Juneau ......
Los Angeles ..
44,0.0 . .m IPt. cloudy
7" o.oo 12jW Iciear
0t .o.. NWIPt. cloudy
New Orleans. .
u Louis .....
Salt Lake . . ..
San Diego ...
l-io'O.no 10'n C!ear
8 0.1 14 NE Cloudy
5 O.OOI. .In Iciear
asio .2'8a: NWiClear
22 O.OOI . . INK jC'loudy
3H 0.O2'30IPW (Cloudy
55 0.00I. ,lw (Cloudy
410. . . NWICIoudy
34 o.ool. .law icioudy
4 04 0.1IOI. .!iSW
44 500.04 14. NB
30 . . . lO.oill . . K
KS 44'0.IKl;10i w
4i nmo. ni io'w
4'1 0..1S 22 W
22:o.ooi . . Ink
!-2:-16 0 .00! . .IV
tA. M. today.
P. M. report of preoedlnir day.
WUATHER CONDITIONS. '
Tha Wertern Canadian dlnturbanre has
moved to Eastern Montana and precipitation
has resulted In the Northwest, Canadiun
Southwest and South Dakota. The Khstem
disturbance is rapidly moving- seaward and
only light precipitation h:ia occurred east of
the Mississippi within the last -4 houra
Winds of gale force occurred . during the
last 12 hours at Buffalo and Helena and
fresh to Ptrong southwest winds over Puget
Sound. The weather la warmer In most in
terior poitions of the Pacific Slope, In the
Rocky Mountain, and Southern Plains States
and Central MiPsUsipPs Valley. Lake Region
and Florida. Temperatures are above nor
mal la most portions of this forecast dis
trict. Tha conditions are favorabl for fair
weather In this district Friday, with no de
cided tensperatur changes and. generally
Portland and vicinity Friday fair, west
Oregon, Washlnrrton and Idaho Friday
fair, westerly winds.
North Pacific Coast Friday partly clondy.
moderate westerly wind s.
T. FRANCIS DRAKE.
North Yakima Cannery Discussed.
NORTH YAKIMA. Wash., Jan. 5.
(Special.) Representatives of Llbby,
McNeill & Libby met officers of the
North Yakima Commercial Club Tues
day to examine data gathered In con
nection with a, plan lor establishing &
GAINS NEARLY LOST
Early Advance in Wheat Re
duced by Realizing.
HEAVY CLOSE AT CHICAGO
First Upward Swing Results From
Speech of British Chancellor at
Bristol, Construed as Ad
Terse to Early Peace.
r.TTTr.n t. . .e..t I
ances that wers construed as adverse to an I 'William Stone, of Spokane. Is regls
early peace gave the wheat market an up- Itered at the Cornelius with Mrs. Stone,
ward awing today, which, however, was not I
well maintained. The market closed heavy.
J r 1 n hl.h.. Ilk V( , CI Ul I, ..
1.85. and July at $1.53 tl.3i Corn held
c to lc gain, and oats finished o to I
c up. Latest figures on provisions I
vanea from ze aecune to a nse oi o I
2Uo a huMhei on whi .iud m. ths
purchasing which was largely stimulated by I
th. British Chancellor', speech at Bristol, I
comm.nting unfavored!) apon President 1
niiiwp piea lor a peace vitaoui victory.
In th. absence of an sign of Important
new business with Eurepe, the wheat mar
ket in the last hour ojt trading cam. very
n.ar to losing all the pracdlng enhance
ment of values. Speculative demand fell off
to a notable extent, and it was apparent that
th. trade was In no condition to sbsorb
th. realizing sales which holders seemed to
b. disposed to press.
Active export buying hoisted the corn
market to a new high record not equalled
since the Civil War. The amount ef corn left
In farmers' hsnds was said to be much
smaller than a year ago. -
Oats roes with corn. Demand from ths
seaboard was good.
Houses with esstern connections were free
buyers of provisions despite an upturn to
the highest point of the season. An advsnce
ln th. value of hogs and feed was a bullish
factor, and so, too, was strength of cash
lard at Liverpool.
Leading futures ranged as follows:
May $1.85 $l.rt
... 1.04 1.54
......29.02 80.10 29.85
29.00 29.53 2k.0i
......16.C2 17.70 18.52
16.82 16.87 16.73
15.67 15.57 16.47
Cash nricea were:
Wheat No. 2 red, $1.9; J 1.92 i ; No. 8
red. 1.8G4 4fl.sOH: Nos. 2 and 3 hard.
Corn No. a yellow. $1.02; No. 4 yellow,
90.cu$1.01!i: No. 4 white, $1.00V4 1.0L
Oats No. 3 white, 5bl4ttiuc; standard,
Rye No 2. $1.48.
Timothy $3.50f 5.50.
Clover $12 iff 17.50.
Primary receipts vTheat. 841.000 vs.
1,050,000 bushels; corn, 1.207,000 va 1,123,-
000 bushels; oats, 5T3.U00 vs. 1,043,000 bush
Shipments Wheat, O6T.00O va 673,000
bushels; corn. 626.000 vs. 505.000 bushels;
oats, 300.0U0 vs. 3U3.00O busheli
Clesrances Wheat. 244. 00: com. 824.000
bushels; oats, 0000 bushels; flour, 59.0U0 bar
rels. Eastern Cash Grain Markets,
ST. LOUIS. Jan. 25. - Oaah wheat: No. '.
red, $1.94 (& 1.95; No. 3 ed, $1.S6-1.87: No.
4 red, $l.!3i&a.S5; No. 3 hard, $1.90; No. 4 I
hard, $1,116. i
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 25. No. hard. $1.89
?1.904: No. 3 hard, 1 68S1.SK); No. 2 red.
jl.MO l.sv ; o. a rea, $i.bowi.6a.
Eastern Wheat Futures.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 25. Wheat closed:
May. $1S1K; July,
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 25. Wheat closed: llay,
$l.o4; July. $l.oO?a; September. $KVT.
DULUTH, Jan. 25. Wheat closed: May,
i.oo; jwy, et.BU-sa.
' WINNIPEG, Jan. 25. Wheat closed: May,
t.oa-5; juiy, $t.si; uctoDer, $1.43 j,
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 25. Wheat May.
$1.041SH; July. $L80. Cash. No. 1
tiara. tjl.uoa :. No. 1 Northern.
tLbityxuv; fo. a northern. $Lb4aas
KlaX. $3.8SH 02.83K.
Grain at San Franclsc.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 25. Spot quota.
tlons Walla, $2.72", & 2. 75; red Russian,
$.75&3IM: Turkey red. $343.10: bluestem.
$3U3.10: feed bsrlev. f-iWftau- whit-
oats, $22.05: bran. $2aiS.s; middlings.
$41 was; snorts, sju'jaai.
t.au ooaro parley, May, ft LA ; De
cember, $1.57 1, . bid, $l.ti3 asked, bales, 200
Pncet Sound Grain Markets.
SEATTLE. Jan. S5. Wheat Bluestem.
$1.65: Turkey red. $1.06: fortyfold. $1.3;
club. $1.03. fife. fl.tW. red Kuu.au I.ki.
uany, otr.ijv -per ion.
Yesterday's car receipts: Wheat ft, barley
x. corn , rye , nay i, nour 7.
TACOMA. Jan. 25. Wheat Bluestem.
$1.5; fortyfold. club, red tire. $1.61; red
Car receipts: Wheat 8. eats 1. hay 5.
J. Shedd. of Sbedd, la a.t tho Per-
w t Tsa.s . cissm ai -r
7Tl MITCHKI.U-To Mr. and Mra K.nerT E.
penal. Mltcholl. Kast Korty-thlrd street North.
H. S. Gill, of Salem, la registered at January It. a dauchter.
the Seward. - HOPPER To Mr. and Mrs. Edrar P.
-,., , Hopper, UTUW Tbtr4 streat. January Id.
T. Nelson, of Astoria. U registered at Vi .ona
the Carlton, KBNMb: To Mr. and Mrs. Robert O.
U H. Kenny, of Riley. Or., la at the ZHJ?n Thlrty-eleUto street. Jan
Washington. . ""SlrLsONTo Mr. and Mra. Oscar Earl-
J. S. Kelso. Of Seattle. Is registered at son. IS East ritty-li(tn street North. Jan-
the Nortonleu uary 16. a son.
, , , , , ,,. . , A , MUSSER To Mr. and Mrs. George II-
P. J. Hooka, of Corrallls. la registered Museer. U27 Emerson street. January IS. a
at the Portland. daughter.
O Swnnoon of Salem, la rirlrr1 IMHLSTROM To Mr. and Mrs. Carl W.
.1.:?! batem. is registered oehistrom. bU Williams aveuu. January
at tno cornmius. Iti, a sons
A. L. Hill, of Sumas. arrived at the Marriace Licensee.
Carlton yesterday. - ri tomi-Mungeuli l.ulal rM Teml. 2
H. K, Hoefler, of Astoria. Is registered
at the Multnomah
w t . . . . . .v r .
M. R. Biggs is registered at the Port-
lana iron, t-rineviue. -
W. J. Martin, of The Dalles. Is regis
tered at the Reward.
A. Van Detta. of Arlington, is regis
tered at the Perkins.
W. A. Storey, of Scappoose, la an ar
rival at the Cornelius.
Keys Hyde, of Prlneville, Is regis
tered at the Perkins.
Joseph C. Smith, of Bend, la regis
tered at the Carlton.
W. L. McDougal, of Salem, arrived at
tha Oregon yesterday.
C. E. Powell, of Pendleton, arrived at
the Oregon yesterday.
J. M, Dougan. of Tacoma. la regis
tered at the Portland.
Sam Robinson is registered the
Nortonia from Seattle.
C. F. Galligan, of Hood River, Is reg
istered at the Carlton.
Mr. and Mrs. w. Smith, of Pendleton,
are at tlfe Washington.
Omar Fendall la registered at the
Seward from Newberg.
EL C. Burllnframe, of Wala Wala, Is
registered at the Oregon.
G. S. Mackay arrived at tha Cornelias
yesterday from Newport.
J. B, Campbell and C. O. Beraa, who
arrived ln the city yesterday from Spo-J
Kane, are registered at the Portland.
B. F. Laughlln la registered at the
Perkins from The Dalles.
Alice Mack ley, of San Francisco, ts
an arrival at the Carlton.
F. a. McKenzie Is registered at the
Imperial from liermlston.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Payne are
registered at the Imperial.
Dr. and Mrs. W. B. Mackey, of Camas,
are registered at the Seward.
C. W. HerzoK, of San Francisco, is
registered at the Multnomah.
Mr. and ' Mrs. Henry Kuck, of The
uaiies. are at the Norton la.
V. R. Dennison. of McMinnville, Is
registered at the Multnomah.
W L. Reld. of Holyoko. Mass- is
registered at the Multnomah.
Mr. and Mrs. V G. De Haven, ot Mc
Minnville, are at the Imperial-
Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Robinson, of
Walla Walla, are at the Cornelius.
Mr. and Mrs. F. I Houghton, of The
Dalles, are staying at the Nortonla.
H. G. Barklay. of Hood River. Is reg
istered at the Imperial with his wife.
Mr. and Mrs W Van Horn, of Hood
River, are registered at the Portland.
J. j. McDonald and Robert C Paulas,
sim. ... r.li.r.a r th. rtroiron.
r. ana airs. v. iu. i norapson. oi
nimcr, are recent arrivals ai me
w. A. Barrett Is registered at the
. vi. n
from Albany yesterday.
W. H. Paulhamus. of Puyallup. Is
registered at the Multnomah. He ar-
rived In the city yesterday.
TAX REPORTS DEMANDED
CORPORATIONS SOOX TO BB SUB
JECT TO HEAVY PENALTY.
Federal C.llecl.r Waraa Companies
That Janaary 31 Is Last Day
for Filing; Statements.
Although corporations have been
notified formally by circular letters
and published notices relative to the
new special excise tax on corporations.
returns ar coming in slowlv to the
office of Milton a. Miller. Collector of
Internal Revenue. Mr. Miller yesterday
Issued another circular letter, calling to
the attention of corporations the neces
sity of filing returns on or before
January 31. In case of failure to comply
I with the ruling a heavy penalty will
Such returns are due from every
corporation having capital stock tssued
of the fair or market value of $ 5.000,
or over, said Mr. Miller yesterday.
"They must be filed with the collector
In my office on or before January 31
to avoid a heavy penalty.
he par or face value Is not the
basis for determining tax liability
under this act, buthe actual fair or
market value of the stock; and this
value Is ascertained either from sales
made during a given period, or from
the book value, earning capacity and
probable value of the - corporation's
"The new tax is in addition to the
regular corporation income tax."
RATE TESTIMONY TAKEN
ITEAHIXG COCll'DED OX PLEA FOR
LOWER TARIFF FOR POLISHES.
Protest Involving Cost of Transport
ing Bottles Will Be Tnder Con
Testimony In the ease of tha Port
land traffic and transportation bureau
against all transcontinental lines In
volving rates on polishing compounds
I was concluded yesterday belore w ai
ter iv, crown, examiner lur mo lowr
state Commerce Commission.
The complaint was brought on be
half of Portland Jobbers, who are seek
ing; an order compelling the railroads
to apply the rate of $1.30 a hundred
weight on polishing compounds. They
maintain that the present rate rang-
ins; from $2.4o to $3.40. is unreasonable.
They also ask for reparation from the
carriers on articles moved, on the basis
of the $1.30 rate.
The present freight charges on the
compounds apply on shipments from
Racine. Wis.. Cincinnati and Boston to
Portland and other Pacific Coast ter
The case against the transcontinental
lines Involving freight tariffs on bot
tles will come up today. It Is prob
able that the carriers will be willing
to, compromise on the charges and that
the advanced rate or ji.io irora an
I eastern territory, now under suspen
i slon, will oe moaitiea. '
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
Mra. Harry R.
1 Thom.i, 1444 Mlasisslppi tvtnus, Janaary
13. u cauiehter.
si'OEKLK to Mr. ana tin. rTarrcic
i Srorl bt)0 Syracuse street. January
(SCHNEIDER To Mr. ana lrs. victor c.
i Schneider, if- Ultina avenue. January 13, a
BENSON To Mr. ana Mrs. Charles Ben
son. :ttl2 Fremont atret January 14. a son.
MAKDA To Mr. una Mrs. rlarry IU
Maeila. 400 Everett slreet. January 14. a
LEIS To lr. and Mrs. Adam Iveia. w bit-
wood Court. JaTrTlary 14. a son.
KAY To Mr. ana air a i neoaore tway.
11 (Ht Mtrhlgmn avenue. January 14. a son.
1 LE To M r. ' ana Ai rs. ai . r. i ae, iXsia
I nmt Ornnt atreet. January 1.1. a son
years. 60 Third street, and Stella Moslem,
I 18 years. 417 East Forty-elahth street.
1 rNRL-H-CORN Dan LnruTl. 138 Killings-
I worth street, and Elisabeth Corn. 11S3 Al-
i bin a avenue.
KAHLE-bUOOAN Carl Kahle, Hubbard,
Or., and Olga M. Ouggan. lOu Fllteeutn
trt 'nrt h
r.RRro.KVEHSON Joseph A Greco. 068
Clinton street, and Edith Ever son. 1U Mar
KINDER LYNCH John Bay Kinder. Ml
Linn avenue, and Edythe li. Lynch. 849
Ochoco street. f
Vancouver Marriage Licensee.
AAGAARU-ERICHSOX Antone Asgaard.
31. of LaCenter. Wash., and Mies Agnes
Erfekson. Ul. of LaCenter Wash.
KAXE-KA.VK Frank Joseph Kane, 84, of
Portland, and Mra Helen Eva Kane, 11, ot
STANDARD INVESTMENT COMPANY
Alter three-story brick ordinary, stores. 204
Madisou. between Front and First; N. C.
Paulsen, builder; flOOO.
B. F. POND Erect irarase. 448 East
Forty-second street North; builder, same;
DR. H. W. XE Itepalr frame rarase.
loo Royal Court, between Flanders and Uli
aan; builder, same: T3.
CLARK A WILSON LUMBER COMPANY
Repair two-story frame dwelling. St. Hel
ens road; A. R- FolkenberB. builder: 250.
CLARK t WILSON LUMBER COMPANY
Repair two-story frame dwelling. St. Hel
ena road; A. R. Folkeabersr. builder: $J50.
CLAR1C AtVILSON LUMBE K COMPA NT
en. a: A. R FolkenberB bTi.der: M
CLARK & WILSON LUMBER COMPANY
Hepalr twa-stuty Xraiu. dwwlwi, iUl -
ens road: A. R. Polk.nberg. builder: $250.
F. H. BLAKE Repair one-and-one-half-story
frame dwelling. 41T Glenn avenue;
alergee Hardware Company, builder: $l)lt.
A. J. KKANTZ Erect frame garage. 1754
East Glisan Slrset, btw.en Sixty-eighth and
tlxty-nlnth streets; Mr. Shoemaker, builder;
I. u. HARDEN Erect on. -story frsrae
dw.Illng. St. Johns, Allegheny, between Fes
seaden and Seneca; Granger Brothers, build
H. 1. BARBT7TI Erect two-story frame
dwelling. 717 Eighteenth str.t North, be
tween Klickitat and Fremont; J. R. Caples..
FAN NIK M. t-E COMPTB1 Repair two
story frame store. 8SO Harrison, between,
Ki.venth and Twelfth; Columbia Iron Works,
M. D. M'lNTTBF: Repair one-story frame
dwelling. 10W3 Multnomah, near Slxtiein
J. SHANK B40 First, between Sharldaa
and Arthur, repair two-story frame meat
market; aletrhen A Mayers, builder; $350.
M1U3. L. DItAHEIM Erect frame garace.
4716 Eighty-second street Southeast, be
tween Forty-seventh and Forty-eighth ave
ROW Repair one-story frame dwell
ing. 104 Royal Court, between K. Gltsaa
nd East Flandar.; B. T. Alien, build. r;
R. L- iiacleat Repair tnree-etory
brick ordtnary store. 52 Third street, be
tween Ash and Pine: W. Doherty. builder;
GRANT SMITH FECtTRITIE COMPANY
Alter etghl-etory fireproof reinforoed con
crete hotel, 41 Third street. Between Asa
and Pine; Harry T. Capeli. builder; MMi
MOVABLE SCHOOL IS HELD
Farmers at Dufur Take AdTantag
of Extension Course.
DUfl'K. Or- Jan. II. (Speclal-V
The extension serrlce of the Oreicon
Agricultural College has Just closed a,
two-day session of a movable school
here. Handling of rratn ln bulk, farm
management, poultry, silos, spraying.
home economics, crops and many other
subjects were covered by the lectur
ers. The sessions were held ln the
Dufur High School building:. The school
students save a publlo concert last
The farmers and their wives turned
out in large numbers at all sessions.
A. R- Chase, the county agricultural
agent, had charge of the school here.
as also he did at Tygn Valley, where,
a movable school was held on Tuesday.
BLACK MASK LIES LOW
Cbrballs Officers Fall to Apprehend
Black Hand Letter Writer.
CHEHAUS. Wash, Jan. IS. (Spe
cial.) Sheriff Berry and Deputy Krie
bel returned yesterday from the Miner
al neighborhood, where they went to
capture an alleged extortioner, or
author of a black-hand letter which
was received by R. C Wheeler, of
Mineral, telling him to leave $600 at
a point designated on the road between
Mineral and Morton Tuesday night at
10 o'clock, or be killed.
The place was watched, but nothing
came of the matter. There ts about
a foot of snow there, but no tracks
were discovered, and it Is believed the
note may be a - hoax. It was signed
with a blark mask.
(WHhont Change En Ileate)
Kit-Kant ly Appointed.
S. S. Rose City
Balls From Alnsarorth Dock
3 I". M. MONDAY. JA.MABV 28.
100 Gtddesi Miles on .
All Kates Include
Berths and Meals
Table and Services
The Sea Fraarlse Fortlaad 8. 8. Co,
Third and WashinirtoD frtreet (with
U.-W. R. N. Co.). Xel. Broadway 4&OU.
POKTI.ANU TO MN FKANUMX)
S. S. NOBTIIKHN PAtll-IC, express
train time. Sai.s Jan. 20. 25. 30, Fee.
S. H. 13, 20, 24. Cal. Str. Express leaves
0:S0 A. M. Fares $8, $12.5U. $15, $17. SO.
S. 8. GREAT NORTHERN, San Fran
cisco snd Loa Anseles to Honolulu, Jan.
Feb. 12; March 5, 23; April 11. 3a
$10 round trln and un.
North Bank. 5th and Ptark
rf.rff , r.Tattoa iota son noy$
nPFir'4 : Rd and Mor N. P. Ry.
UtlRtS J St Hall.. O. N. By.
' 10O Sd, Burllnctosi Ity,
San Francisco $10.00
Coos Bay $7.00
Ftrat-Claas Meals sal Berts)
S. S. KILBURN
6 P. M. SATURDAY. JAN. 27
lX3a Thlnl Street.
Pheaea Mala 13141 A 1311,
Prince Ruprrt. Ki-trhlkan. Wranrle,
Ift4rbnrir. Juora a. Treadwell. louclaa,
Tliaw. llnlnm, bkaswajr. Cordova Vai
cloa and swar.
Via ' Seattle or esan Francisco to Vom
Angeles and an Diego. largest ships,
un.gualei servlo. low ratva. iaolucuag
menls and berth.
For particulars spply or telephone
PACIFIC (STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
Ticket Office. XtU Ws.hlnglon St.
. Pac. Maim 2X8 Uosue A ZtM.
American Hawaiian Steamship Co.
Ail aaiung3 between
U. S. Atlantic and.
U. S. Pacific porta
are canceled until
C. D. ummm ay. Ast, ? Btarfc tst, 1-sctssna
j CcHMaig tintuux 1TAiTXAirnqui
NEW YORK BORDEAUXPARIS
Direct Route to the Continent.
For All Pmrflcnlare Inquire
Osmpany's Oflice, IS btate hu, Kesr Tork,
r Local As eats.
U. S. Ha3 S. Ss. SIERRA, SONOMA. VENTURA
LOWEST RATES OF PASSAGE-A Wly K.
pCEANICS. S. CO .73 Burkat USt-
I Uuii .V7 SI dij . , ,r
J J an. 4V, JreB.ao, Max. H
V HONOLULU M