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TTTE HOItXIXG OREGOXIAN. TTTRSDAT. JTJLY SI, 1917.
1 WHEAT OFFERING
Good Market for Grain, but
Farmers Will Not Sell.
BID OF $2.20 FOR NEW CROP
Old Grain Is In Demand for Mixing
and 191 C Bluestem Has Sold as
High as $2.30 Exchange
Sleeting Is Postponed.
The -wheat market la restrained In the
matter of activity not only by the uncer
tainty as to what steps the Government will
take but by refusal of fanners In the North
west to sell. Bluestem Is wanted by West
ern millers and also for shipment East, and
dealers are offering up to $3.20. Coast basis,
for tho new crop, but there are practically
no sellers. There Is also demand for old
wheat for mixing, and there were sales of
1818 bluestem yesterday at $2.30. Very little
old wheat remains tn the country and It Is
In strong hands.
special meetlns of the Merchants Ex
change Association was held yesterday to
discuss the advisability of reopening the
Exchange, but because of the status of the
food control bill it was decided to postpone
the discussion for two weelts.
President B. L. Paterson appointed aa a
nominating committee to select officers for
the ensuing year D. A. Pattullo. J. H.
Klosterman, N. A. Leach. M. G. Russl and
C B. Buchanan. A committee was also
appointed to report on differentials between
the different grades of wheat for the coming
The Liverpool wheat cable follows:
"Wheat steady, spot more firmly held, con
sumption fairly liberal. Corn firm, spot
atrong. actual export offers light. Oats dull,
arrivals liberal, consumption reduced, stocks
rood. Flour dull, but steady; mill offers
light. Worldjs shipments to United King
dom this week 2.455,000 bushels of wheat.
Corn shipments of goodly proportions. Ship
ments of oats to France and Italy show a
sharp decrease, but to United Kingdom
quantity shows Increase."
The United States visible wheat supply Is
6 840.000 bushels, a decrease of 2.731.000
bushels; the oats supply Is 8.266.000 bushels,
a decrease of 709.000 bushels: the corn sup
ply Is 8.535,000 bushels, an Increase of 240.
The Canadian visible wheat supply Is 10.
P21 000 bushels, a decrease of 853.000 bush
els; the oats supply Is 12.708.000 bushels, a
decrease of 19.000 bushels.
Foreign crop conditions, aa reported by
Broomhall from the latest Information at
Russia Weather Is generally warm. Re
cent weather has been cool and caused much
delay to Spring sowing, and also kept win
ter crops backward. Interior movement of
all grain Is light, as farmers are holding
firmly and stocks at all shipping ports are
France Our Nantes correspondent says
that great Improvement Is noted In all crops
since early May. and predicts that the yield
per acre of wheat will exceed 25 bushels in
western districts. Total yield will bo short,
owing to great loss of acreage.
Italy Harvesting Is finished In parts and
progressing rapidly northward, with yield
fair and quality good. Crops three weeks
late. Supplies are very moderate and prices
Spain Harvesting is nearly finished. Yield
" Is good, but under last year, and the quality
fair. Import needs will be Important.
Balkan 6tates Harvesting Is mostly fin
ished and In parts good yields are reported.
Germany and Austria are taking liberally of
wheat and oats.
Hungary All advices, from neutral sources
confirm a large yield.
Scandinavian Peninsula, Crop prospects
poor. Harvesting Is late,
aa weather mostly
remains cold and wet. Import neeas are
large and Immediate requirements urgent.
Stocks everywhere about exhausted.
United Kingdom Wheat crop progressing
favorably, but barley and oats need rain.
Harvesting has commenced in parts and new
wheat Is being rushed to market, with of
fers small at government prices.
Australia Agricultural outlook remains
fairly favorable, as recent rains were bene
ficlal. Stocks everywhere large.
India. Soil wet and favorable for plowing.
Reserves of recent crop still large. Native
food grains are in abundance.
Terminal receipts in cars were reported by
the Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat Barley Flour Oata Hay
Feason to date..
Year ago. .......
Tear ago .,
Season to date..
Year ago ,
Season to date.
Fall Wheat Is Running Twenty-five Bushel
to the Acre.
Telegraphic crop reports received by W.
C. Wilkes, assistant genera freight and pas
senger agent of the Spokane, Portland A
Seattle Railway Company, follow:
From W. Gt Paine, assistant general
freight and passenger agent Spokane. Port
land and Seattle Railway, Spokane, July 28
"Strong west wind, cloudy and cool, threat
ening good rain at 1 P. M. Grain In vicinity
of Lamont will go 15 to 30 bushels. Re
ceipts should be large as last year, accord
ing to local bankers. From McCall out to
ward Rltzville crops look good. Bongo will
have 60 per cent crop. Some fields cut for
hay. Wastucna and Hooper most substantial
grain section on our line; fields look best
of any. Inland Empire going to average
bushels. Conditions at Kahlotus same
above. Cool weather very beneficial."
From Mr. Paine, July 30: "Grain on Camas
Prairie and Nez Perce one month late,
Spring grain is heading eight Inches from
ground. Will fall If no rain soon. Condi
tions slightly better In western edge of Nez
Perce near breaks of river. Harvest Is on
in Asotin. Fall grain Is running 25 bushels.
Between Lewiston and Snake River along
breaks 'of river grain crop almost total
failure. Now cutting peas In Palouse coun
try; win just aDout return seed. Fifty per
cent of Fall grain is in shock, no threshing
as yet. Cool nights and moist winds have
helped situation wonderfully. No hot wind
In these districts."
From agent. Madras. July 27: "Yesterday
morning was cloudy, but no rain; cleared
In afternoon with strong south wind durln
night. This torenoon clear and warm
-weather gradually getting cooler. Withou
rain, reported estimate yield of Fall gral
for territory east of Madras to Hay Creek
12 to 13 bushels per acre. Will probably
handle about one-third of the grain at thl
station this year as wss handled last year.
YELLOW PEACHES ARE IN MARKET
Car of Crawford Arrives and Elbert as Are
The first straight car of California Craw
ford peaches arrived yesterday and sold at
$1.101.25. A car of Elbertas Is due today,
Oregon early peaches were fairly plentiful
and were quoted at 75c $1. Two cars of
Wenatchee apricots came In and they were
offered at $1.8501.BO. A car of plums and
small fruits is due from the South today.
Cantaloupes and melons were tn good aup-
ply and strong demand at unchanged prices.
Berries were scarce and generally firm.
Lemona are strong, and advancing again In
Oregon new potatoes continue acaroe and
the jobbing market waa firmer at SH3
cents. There la only a small supply of Call
POOB BUTTER IS HARD TO SELL
Only Small Part of Receipts Grade aa Extras.
Eggs Are Steady.
The country produce markets opened
steady at last week s closing prices. Good
creamery butter was In demand, and extras
were quoted at 40 cents, but a large pro
portion of the cubes offering on the mar
ket were of poor quality and could with
difficulty be disposed of at concessions.
Egg receipts were moderate, but the sup
ply on hand was sufficient for local re
quirements. Dressed meat and poultry arrivals were
light, and prices were unchanged.
SHARP BREAK IX TALLOW PRICES
Market la Off Fonr Cents and Trade In
East la Demoralized.
Tallow prices, which have been abnormally
high, have suffered sharp declines In all
American markets. Local quotations are
now 4 centa below the top, with No. 1 grade
listed at 11 cants. The Eastern markets
are almost demoralized, and the trade here
Is unable to sell to the big buyers.
Recent reports that the Government has
discovered other sources of glycerine than
tallow are held to account for the break In
New-Crop Hops Strong.
The demand for new-crop Oregon hops
continues and there are few sellers. Con
tracts were recently made In thla state at
11 cents and more la offered now. In Wash
ington buyers have paid 12 and 12 H centa
for the coming crop. Spots are also firm
and not many are offering.
Sngar and Corn Meal Higher.
All gradea of refined sugar were advanced
13 cents yesterday to the 18.83 sack basis
for cane granulated. The market Is firm
at the advance.
Corn meal prices have been lifted to
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were aa follows:
Portland 2.2lB.llT 220.127.116.11
Seattle 8.7S1.87T 633.140
Tacoma BH3.34a 48.00(1
Spokane 1.U74.7UJ 140.077
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc
WHEAT Bluestem. 12.20; fortyfold, 2J.3;
club. 12.14; red Russian. 12.12.
OATS No. 1 white feed. 148 per ton.
BARLEY No. 1 feed, S4S per ton.
FLOUR Patents. S11.40; straights. $9.20
H 10.40; Valley, $10.60; whole wheat, $11-60;
MILLFEED Spot prices: Bran. 34 per
ton; shorts. 37 per ton. middlings. (44:
rolled barley. S4950; rolled oats. $52.
CORN White, $80 per ton: cracked. $S1
HAT Producers prices: Timothy, East
ern Oregon, old crop, $26 per ton; alfalfa.
vaiiey grain hay, new
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local Jobbing 'quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges. Valenclas.
$3.234; lemons, $6.508 per box; banan
as, 5V4c per pound; grapefruit. $2.7533.50.
VEGETABLES Tomatoes. $1.25 2 per
.iako, tuuoBKB, x c per pound; lettuce,
35 40c per dozen: cucumbers, 4085o per
dozen ; peppers. 1530c per pound: beans.
&Sc per pound; corn, 30(3 35c per dozen.
POTATOES New Oreeon. anfi.JK p.n
fornia, Sc per pound.
ONIONS Walla Walla. $1.23: red. S1.1S
GREEN FRUITS Cherries. 610a ner
pound: apricots, $18.104.22.168: cantalounen
13.25 per crate: Beaches. 7Rrl ?s
box: watermelons. 2Hc per pound: aonles.
l.o32.50: rasDberrles. SI. 7K: nhtm, i ka
1.75; loganberries. $1.75: Dears. S-'iff?. 9.1-
blackcaps, $2; grapes, $2.60.
Dairy and Country Produce.
BUTTER Cubes. extras. 40c:
rsts. 39c Jobbing prices: Prlnt.
3c; cartons, lc extra: butterfat. Xo
No. 2. 40c.
CHEESE Jobbers' buying prices.
dock, Portland: Tillamook triolets'. 22c-
oung Americas. 23c orr nnunri: ion
23c: Coos and Currv. f. o. b. Mvrtl Pntat'
nipieLa. ij-nc: xoung Americas. 235ic ner
puuim, jungnorns, zoc per pound.
EGGS Oregon ranch. current ntotntu
ao-c per aozen; uregon ranch, candled, 38o
per aozen: selects, oyc.
POULTRY Hens. 150170 Mr noon
broilers, 2021c: turkeys. lSfi21e: ilnrt.
Id. xseexoc; young. 173ISV,c: eeena. olrl
VEAL Fancy, 1516o per pound.
PORK Fancy. 194 20o per pound.
Loral Jobbing quotations:
SUGAR Fruit end berrv. 18.63! nmni..i..
plantation, a.ou; oeet, .4o; extra C. $8.25
powaerea. in barrels, $9.20; cubes, in bar
SALMON Columbia River 1-pound
.75 per dozen; one-half flats. 11.85
pound flats, $3.
HONEY Choice. $33.23 per case.
NUTS Walnuts. 13322Uc: Rraill
21c; filberts. 22c; almonds, 19 211c; peanuts.
x'jo; tuL-uuiiuiH, fi.iu per aozen; pecans.
BLANS California, small white. 17c!
targe white. 165jc; Llmas. 17Hc: bayous,
134c: pink. 14c.
COFFEE Roasted, In drums. 1725c
SALT Granulated. $17.25 ner ton: hull-
ground, 100s. $12.40 per ton; 60s, $13.15 per
ion, uairy, ii.zo per ion.
RICE Southern head. HflBHo ner nonnrl
blue rose, 8Hc; Japan style, 7 7Vc
DRIED FRUIT Apples. 12Uc: peaches.
10llc; prunes. Italian, 10W12Hc; raisins.
socta-3 per dox: aatea, lard. $2.503 per
oox; currants, itfc; iif?s, sov.bu per box.
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc.
HOPS 11 crop, 7H8c: contracts. 12
qyizc per pouna.
HIDEa Salted hides (25 pounds ddi. 20e
salted stags (50 pounds and up), 16c; green
ana sattea Kip ua pounas to 23 pounds)
20c; green and salted calf skins (up to 13
pounds), 82c; green hides (25 pounds and
up), 13c; dry hides, 34c; dry calf. 40c; salt
hides, 20c; dry horse hides, $12.50; salt
horse hides, KJtEpo.
PELTS Dry long-wooled pelts. 87c: drv
snort-wooiea pens, zoc; ary sneep shearlings,
each, 1530c; salt sheep shearlings, each,
2o w ouc.
WOOL Eastern Oregon, fine, 686Ic per
pound; coarse, os(ffsio per pound; Valley,
72-si 73C per pouna.
MOHAIR 606oc per pound.
CASCARA oAllii New, 7c; old, 80 Pel
tallow no. l. no per pound; No. 2,
GRAIN BAGS In car lots, 13 Ho.
sizes, choice. 28c: standard,
2526c; picnics, 21c; cottag
LARD Tierce basis.
kettle rendered. 23c
standard, pure, 22Hc; compound. 18c
BACON Fancy, 383i40c; standard. 863
BTc: choice, maac.
DRY SALT Short clear backs, 24027c
exports. 2u-ic: plates. ZZ&240.
KEROSENE Water white, drums, barrel
or tank wagons, 10c; cases, 1822c
GASOLlNfcJ Bulk. 20Sic; rases. 29c
naptha, drums. 19Hc; cases, 2Sc; engine
distillate, drums, lose; cases, 19c
LINSEED OIL Raw, barrels, $1.32; cases.
$1.3!): boiled, Darreis, $1.34: cases, $1.41.
TUKrlifllii xn lanas. oc; in cases.
Cove Raspberries Ripe.
COVE, Or.. July 30. (Special.) Th
strawberry seeason closed last week with
light crop readily handled by the local
crews of pickers and packers. They were
marketed at $2.50 a crate and $3 for fancy.
Raspberries have been slow In ripening, but
picking began today. A good crop is
Hops, Etc., at New York.
NEW YORK, July 80. Hops, firm: state,
common to choice, 1916. 80 & 35c: 1915, 6
8c; Paclflo Coast. 1918, 10 13c; 1915,
Hides, steady; Bogota. 4SHo; Central
America. 42 He
Leather, firm; hemlock firsts, 57c; sec
Wool. quiet; domestlo fleece, XX
New Tork Sugar Market.
NEW TORK. July 80. Raw sugar, firm.
Centrifugal, 7.02o; molasses. 6.14c. Refined,
firmer: cut loaf. 9.40c; crushed, 9.15c: mould
A, 6.40c ; cubes, 8.65c; XXXX powdered,
8.10c; powdered, 8.05c; fine granulated,
7.90c; diamond A, 7.90c; confectioners' A.
7.80c; No. 1, 7.75c.
Dulnth Linseed Market.
DULUTH, July 80. Linseed on track and
arrive, $8.83; arrive in October, $3.32; July,
$8.85 bid; September, $8.80 bid; October,
$3.30 bid; November, $3.80 bid.
fornla new potatoes on hand. A car
Walla Walla onions la due this morning.
Market Is on Better
With Light Supply.
HOGS ARE ALSO HIGHER
Top Quotation at North Portland
i'ards Placed at $15.65 Sheep
and Lambs Continue Easy.
Pay's Run Small.
The run at the Stockyards over Sunday
amounted to only S7 loads and with the
material decrease In the supply available
for the opening of the week, the market
was generally tirmer, particularly on cattle
In the hog division there was a o-cent ad
vance with top grade swine selling at io.w.
Only two loaas went at this price, tne ouia
f the sales being at lo.u to u.oo.
Cattle also moved to a higher range, tne
list averaging a quarter better, though there
was no improvement in steer prices.
Sheep and lambs are the oniy wealt xea-
tures of the market.
Receipts were 533 cattle. 25 calves, iw
hogs and 1810 sheep. Shippers were:
With cattie w. iucnannan, narnuu.
load: G. E. Langley. Uurkee, 4 loads; y.
Duncan, S loads; A. C. Johnson, 1 load; t,. vv.
Conway, 1 load; G. a. Graham, 1 loaa; a. j.
Kummlns. romeroy. waBn.. x loaa, j-J-
McCulley, Patterson. Wash.. 1 load; J. v .
umner, 1 loaa; nugn uummingif. oivan.o.
load: G. S. Brown. 1 loaa; tsarion oroui-
ers, Redmond. 2 loads.
With hogs Sol Dickerson, weiser, xaano,
load; Pendleton Meat Company. Pendleton,
load: O. K. Gorsllne. Joseph. 2 loads; b D-
ohnson. La Grande. 1 load; Ned Holland, 1
With sheep Northwest Sheep company.
Hlllyard, 5 loads; Ketchum & Son, lue
Dalles. 1 load.
With mixed loads E. B. Morgan, josepn.
load cattle and hogs: Thompson A Gentry,
Heppner, 1 load cattle, calves and hogs;
Hout ot Snodgrass, Lebanon, 1 load hogs ana
heep; G. O. Camp, La Crosse, Wash. x loaa
cattle and hogs.
The day s sales were aa follows
v gt. rr.
1 stag. .
8iO $ 7.50
4 steers. .
4 steers. .
2 steers. .
17 steers. .
7 steers. .
12 steers. .
4 cows. ..
19 cows. .
2 cows. . .
2 cows. . .
6 cows. . .
7 cows. . .
1 cow. ...
1 cow . . .
2 cows. . .
1 cow. . . .
1 cow ... .
7 cows. . .
2 cows. . .
4 cows. . .
18 cows. ..
3 cows. . .
12 cows. . .
2 cows. ..
2 cows. . .
1 cow. . . .
1 cow. . . .
5 cows. . .
2 cows . . .
1 heifer. .
1 heifer. .
1 stag. . .
1 stag. . .
1065 $ 7.50
2 hogs. . .
12 hOKS. . .
Bl hoga.. .
124' 14. till,
85 hogs.. .
86 hogs.. .
41 hogs. . .
40 lambs. .
1 hog.. . .
2 hogs. . .
1 hog. . . .
1 hog. . . .
83 hogs.. .
40 hoijs. .
34 hogs.. .
4 hogs. . .
o nogs. . .
9 hogs. . .
3 hogs.. .
11 hogs.. .
4 hogs. . .
7 hogs.. .
8 hogs. . .
7 boss. . .
291 14 501
16 steers. .
8 steers. .
6 steers. .
2 steers. .
3 steers. .
2S steers. .
25 steers. .
25 steers. .
9 steers. .
1 steer. . .
2 steers. .
26 steers. .
1 S steers. .
80 steers. .
3 steers. .
Portland Union Stockyards
Best beef steers ... ...
.... 7 .00 (if
.... 6.50 '.f
. ... 6.50'rii
. ... 4.50 a
, .... 8.50
. ... 3.500
rood beef steers
Best beef cows
Ordinary to good cows ....
Stocker and feeder steers
Blocker and feeder cows ...
10.00 ! 11.30
8.00 0 8.50
Ewes 8.30 6.50
Omaha Llveetock Market.
OMAHA, July 30. Hogs Receipts 8300.
market steady, 5c higher. Heavy, $14,35 8'
14.50; mixed, $14.60 S 15.65 : light. $14.60(g
14.65; pigs, $12.50 a. 14.50; bulk of sales,
$14.50 9 14.85.
Cattle Receipts STOO, marKet slow, tuo to
25c lower. Native Bteers, $9.75 13.50; cows
and heifers, $7.50 (gf 10.25 ; Western steers.
$8.73S11.25; Texas steers. $8. 2o (if 9.75 : cows
and heifers, $79; canners, $5ff7: stockers
and feeders, $.50ft 9.60; calves, $915; bulls,
stags, etc., $6&9.50.
Sheep Receipts &000. slow to lower. Year
lings. 9 50 10.75; wethers. $9(310.23; ewes,
$8.30(5 9.30; lambs. $ 14.50 y! 15.
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO. July 30. Hogs Receipts 17.-
000, slow. 10c to 15c under Saturday's aver
age. Bulk, JlOv 10.SU; light, $14.75(316;
mixed, $14.601615; heavy, $14.40116.10;
rough. $14.40 14.60: pigs. $11.60 14.60.
Cattle Receipts 6000, firm. Native beef
cattle, $7.6014.13; Western steers, $8.40
11.60; stockers and feeders, $5.80&9; cows
and heifers, $4.50011.75; calves, $S.7613.
Sheep Receipts 6000, strong. Wethers,
$7.60610.85; lambs, $9.75(315.65.
SAN FRANCISCO PRODCCE BIAKKET
Prices Current on Butter, Eggs, Fruit.
Vegetables, Etc., at Bay City.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 80. Butter
Fresh extra.. 43c; prime firsts. 41c
Eggs Fresh extras, 3Hic; freBh firsts.
36Vfec; fresh extra pullets, 36c; extra
firsts, pullets, 35c.
Cheese New firsts. 19c; Toung Ameri
Poultry Hens, 231f24c; fryers, 2728o:
broilers, 26(&ic: pigeons, $1.002.00 per
dozen; squabs, 52.201 J.uu; geese, lag 20c
pound; ducks, 16 18c.
Vegetables Summer squash. per small
box, 25ij30c; egg plant. $1.00S1.25 per box;
bell peppers. 4 (13.0c per pound; chile, 4 0 5c;
peas. Half moon Bay, aa 4c pound toma
toes, Merced btone. OOc-'tl.OO; gren corn,
Alameda, $1.001.50 per sack; potatoes, new
crop, per cental on the dock, $2.102.25;
onions, on the dock, red, 50'g75c; silverskln.
90cCi-$1.0u per sack; cucumbers, 30 50c per
small lug; beans, per pound, wax, 23c;
string, 2&2Hc; garden. 8c; lima, 6($7c; gar.
He. 4 5i5c per pound, new crop.
Fruits Currants. $6.50(8.00 per chest;
gTapes, per crate, seedless. $2.002.50;
Malaga, $2.00(&2.50; pears. Bartlett. No. 1,
$l.50Gi 1.75; cantaloupes. Turlock, standard.
$2.25ft!2.50; watermelons. 1 i 2c per pound
peaches, per basket, iaboc; plums, per
crate, Burbank. Clyman and Tranedy. 75c
$1.00; apricots, 75(b5o per crate; cherries,
bulk, black, 89c; figs, per box, black.
single layer, 90c a $1.00: strawberries, $7.00
010.00 per chest; raspberries, $3.00 12.00
per chest; blackberries. $i.00(ff 6.00 per chest
loganberries, red. $5.OOfr'6.00 per chest
black, $5.O0f6.0O; gooseberries. 4370 per
pound: lemons, per box, SO-OO 6.50 ; grape,
fruit, $3.00&3.50; oranges, Valenclas, $3.2!
dr'3.50; bananas. Hawaiian. $1.5012.00 per
bunch; pineapples, Hawaiian, $1.50(2.00
per dozen; apples, per box. red Astrakans.
. 1 li tie
VSlS.OOf tier, 73 a 90c; crabapplea, toirooo per
Wheat. $17.00'3'19.00: tame oat.
S1S.00 9 19.00; barley. $13.00 16.00 : alfalfa.
$13.0016.00: barley straw, nominal.
Mlllfeed Cracked corn and feed corn
meal, $76.007S.00; alfalfa, carload lots,
$21.00; less, $25.00.
Flour. $11.80 it 12.20 per barrel.
ReceiDts. wheat. 474 Quarter sacks; barley.
6634; wine, 30.9S5 gallons: hide. 994; pota
toes. 8338 sacks: onions, 170S sacks; hay, 840
tons; beans, 8005 sacks.
COFFEE FUTCBES CLOSE AT DECLINE
Trading In New Tork Market la Largely
NEW TORK. July 80. There waa con
siderable switching in the market for cof
fee futures today, about 60,000 bags being
exchanged from September to December at
a difference of 10 points. Otherwise trad
ing was comparatively quiet, but prices
eased off under scattering liquidation and
trade selling, accompanied by report of
cheaper coffee In the cost and freight mar
ket. The opening was at a decline of 1 to
6 points, with December selling off to 7.S0c
and May to S.05o and with the general list
closing at a net loss of T to 18 polnta. Sales
76.000. August, 7.63c; September, 7.80c:
October, 7.83c; November, 7.86c; December.
7.80c; January, 7.84c; February, 7.880;
March, 7.83c; April, 7.88c; May, 8.03c;
Spot quiet; Rto 7s, 64o; Santos 4s. 10 Ho.
There were rumors that Santos 4s had sold
at 0.10c London credits in the cost and
freight market, but today's offers ranged
from 9.25c to 9.50c. Ocean freights from
Brazil are now Quoted at $1.60. compared
with $1.30 a week ago.
The official cables showed no change In
Brazil except Santos futures, which were
unchanged to 25 rels higher.
NEW YORK, July . 80. Copper quiet.
Electrolytic, spot and nearby, 29(30c, nom
inal; September and last quarter, 27 29c.
Iron firm. No. 1 Northern. $5364; No.
2. $02.50(3 53.50; No. 1 Southern, $49 50;
No. 2. $48.50 49.60.
Metal. Exchange quotes tin firm. Spot.
At London, spot copper, - 123 : futures,
fl24 10s; electrolytic 137. Spot tin, 246;
futures, 242 10s.
Metal Exchange quotes lead firm. Spot.
Spelter firm. Spot. East St. Louis de
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. July 80. Evaporated apples,
dull; fancy. 1212ttc; choice, ll"U?4c;
prime, 104 10 He.
Prunes, steady; Callfornlaa, 10124c;
Peaches quiet; standard. 10Ko; choice,
lOfec; fancy, 12o.
Chicago Dairy Produce.
CHICAGO, July 80. Butter, steady.
Creamery, 85 880.
Eggs, steady. Receipts, 0442 cases. Firsts,
80Hc; ordinary firsts. 2671 29c; at mark,
cases Included. 278L
NEW YORK. July 80. Cotton Spot quiet.
MONEY RATES STEADY
MARKET NOT DISTURBED BY UB
EBTY LOAN PAYMENT.
Trad Ins; In Stocks Inactive and Ten
dency of Prices Uncertain Steel
Cloaes With. Gain.
NEW TORE, July 80. Little relief from
the monotonous sessions of the preceding
week was furnished by today's stock market,
prices again manifesting an uncertain ten
dency on the narrowest dealings of recent
Local monetary conditions were undis
turbed by the payment of a 20 per cent lib
erty loan installment, although the amount
payable from this center was roughly esti
mated at $23,000,000. Call loans were opened
with every Indication of a large demand.
Transfer of another considerable amount of
gold to the Paclflo Coast for shipment to
Japan elicited little Interest. More gold also
went to Spain.
United States Steel and other Industrials,
together with shippings, made up the greater
part of the day s 'business. bteel rose a
point to 123T at the opening, tell to 122
and rallied later, closing at 124Vi. a net gain
tween 99.33 and 99.47, dealings In bonds
of 14 points. Total sales of stocks amounted
to 852.000 shares.
Aside from Liberty 8 Vis. which ranged bey
were nominal at irregular changes. Total
sales, par value, aggregated $2,360,000.
CLOSING STOCK. QUOTATIONS.
800 48 Vs
600 76 V
1.8l0 73 "4
7,000 103 ts
Am Beet Sugar.
Am Car & Fdry. .
Am 6m & Retg. ..
Am Sug Refg. ...
Am Tel & Tel. . ..
Anaconda Cop. ..
Bait & Ohio
B & Copper. . . ..
Canadian Pacif ..
Ches & Ohio
Chi Mil & St P. ..
Chi & N W
C R I & P ctfs.. .
Colo Fu & Iron. .
Corn Prod Refg..
Cuba Cane bug. .
Dlst securities. .
General Elect . . .
Gt North pfd. ...
Gt Nor Ore ctfs..
Int M M ptd. ... ..
Int Nickel. ......
K C Southern. . .
Louis & Nash. . .
Miami Copper. ..
N Y Central
N V N H & H
Norfolk & West.
400 100 100
Pittsburg Coal. .
Kay consol tJop.
Rep Ir & Steel. . '
Shat Arls Cop. . .
Southern Ry . . . .
Union Pacific. ..
U S Ind Alcohol.
U S Steel
Utah Copper. . .
Wabash prd B...
700 4S 48
Total sales for the day. 852,000 sharea
TJ S ref 2s reg B6B No Pao 8s B2 K
do coupon... imKfae 1 1 os..
U S 3s reg . 09 BPenn con 4. ..101 a
do coupon... w ti .o rac rei 4s.. 01
IT s 4s reg 104B;Lnlon Pao
(V 4s 88
do coupon. -.104 B
Cnlon Pac cv
Atchlsn gen 4s 88
U S Steel 6s.
D & R G ref 5s 50
NYC deb 6s. 103
No Pao 4s 87
So Pac cv 5s . .
Boeton Mining Storks.
BOSTON, July 80. Closing quotations:
Cal. Arls. ... 78
Superior A Boa
Utah Cons ....
Cal. & Hecla ...0.11
Copper Range .. 69
East Mulle .... l
Lake Copper .. Jl
North Butte ... 17
Winona ........ 8
Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW YORK. July 80. Mercantile paper.
4 per cent.
Sterling, ou-aay oiiis, commercial
60-day bills on banks, $4.il; commercial
60-day bills, $4.71; demand, $4,75 9-16;
cables, $4,78 7-16 Francs, demand. 6.76;
cables. 5.73; guilders. demand. 41;
cables. 417-16; Urea, demand. 7.23; cables.
7.22; rubles, demand, 21.70; cables, 21.35.
Bar silver, 7c.
Mexican dollars, 60 e.
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds.
Irregular. Time loans, easier; 60 to 90 days.
4&4 per cent; six months. 4 64
per cent- ,
Call money, steady; high 2 per cent;
low, 2; ruling rate, 2; last loan, 2;
closing bid. 2; offered at 2.
LONDON, July SO. Bar silver. 8Td per
ounce. Money, 4 per cent. Discount rates,
short bills. 4 per cent, three months bills.
4 13-16 per cent
Stocks Dull at London.
LONDON. July 80. American securities
were dull on the stock exchange today.
SAVANNAH. July 30. Turpentine, firm.
37 c; sales. 543; receipts, 542; shipment.
1; stock, 28,786.
Rosin, firm; sales, 1191; receipts, 1411;
shipments, 89; stock, 83,230. Quote: B,
B.05&S.10; DE. 6.10: F. 6.10 5.12, : G.
5.125.13; H. 5 150. 17: I. 5.20 O
5.22; K. 3.2505.35: M, 5.605.65: N,
6.30 - 6.35; WG. 0.5506.70; WW, 6.806.8o.
Appraiser- Is at Hood RlTer.
HOOD RIVER. Or., July SO. (Spe
clal.) V. C. Brock, ex-asaiBtant cashier
of the First National Bank of this city,
who was recently appointed one of the
appraisers of ne Federal Land Bank at
Spokane, arrived home yesterday after
a two and one-half months' absence In
Southern Oregron. Mr. Brock expects to
be here for 10 days making; appraisals
of land of East Side orchardists who
have apr"el for loans.
Read The Oregonian classified ads.
RAINS GIVE RELIEF
Drouth Broken on Both Sides
of Canadian Border.
SEPTEMBER WHEAT DROPS
July Delivery Holds Firm In Conse
quence of Covering by Belated
Sborts Settlement of Strike
Causes Reaction in Corn.
CHICAOO. July 80. Largely as a result of
the settlement of the switchmen's strike,
holders of corn showed a disposition today
to Indulge in general profit-taking sales.
Accordingly, the market had a downward
slant most of the time. Prices closed steady,
unchanged to He lower, with September
$l.3tr to $1.63 and December $1.18 to
$1.18. Wheat finished unsettled. 60 off to
7c up. at $2.62 for July, and $2.24 for Sep
tember. The outcome In oats ranged from
lc decline to o advance and In provisions
from a setback of 7c to a rise of 1012o.
Selling pressure acted as a weight on the
corn market throughout the day, except dur
ing a rather lively bulge at the outset. Un
favorable orop conditions In the Southwest
and West were chiefly responsible for the
initial strength. It waa not long, however.
before gains disappeared and a ssg began
which at no time subseouentlv was alto
Welcome rains both sides of the Canadian
border, giving relief from hot winds which
had been threatening the Spring wheat cron.
turned prices down grade for the September
oonvery or wneat. July, though, proved
firm. Influenced by demand from a few
Oats swayed In svrnnathv with mm
Threshing returns showed heaw vielda
Provisions averaged lower, chiefly In eon-
sequence 01 a oreaK which took place In
nog prices ana which In turn was due to
resumption of work by the striking switch
Leading futures ranged as follows:
....21.80 21. RS 21.72
W heat No. 2 red. 2.60ftr2.R4! Vn t rA
f.'.piB'j.ow; isos. z ana 8 hard, nominal.
Corn No. 2 yellow. $2.28 (i? 2.30 ; No.
yellow. $2.292.30; No. 4 yellow, nomlna
Oats No. 3 white. Sl82c; standard,
0- fi? sac.
Rye No. 2. $2.12.
Barley $1.25 1.62.
Timothy $4 7.60.
Clover $12( 17.
Primary receipts Wheat, 943.000 vs.
387.000 bushels; corn. 867.000 vs. 998.000
bushels; oats, 792.000 vs. 1.476,000 bushels.
Shipments Wheat. 822.000 vs. 1.046.000
bushels; corn, 60S. 000 vs. 356.000 bushels;
oats, 604,000 vs. 651.000 bushels.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS. July 80. Wheat, July.
$2.94; September, $2.24. nominal. Cash: No.
1 hard. $3: No. 1 Northern, $2.90 2.95;
No. 2 Northern, $2.85 4i2.90.
Flax. $3.25 8.38.
Barley, $1,133; 1.63.
Eastern Wheat Futures.
T3T7LTJTH, July 80. Wheat closed: July.
July 80. Wheat closed: Oo-
MINN13APOLIS. July 80. Wneat closed:
July, $2.94; September. $2.24.
CITY, July 80. Wheat closed:
FT. LOUIS. July 80. Wheat closed: July.
K astern Cash Wheat Markets.
OMAHA, July 80. Cash wheat: No 2 hard,
$2.70; No. 2 red. $2.70.
ST. LOTJIS. July 80.-
red. $2.62 & 2. 53; No. 2 hard
Grain at San Francisco.
BAN FRANCISCO. July SO. Snot Quota
tions Bluestem. $44.10; Turkey red. $4.10
4.20: red Russian. $3.7503.83; feed barley
$2.20g.2.22: white oats. $2,436)2.50; bran.
$3738; middlings, $4446: shorts. $39lg40.
Call board Barley, December, $2.32; Au
gust, new, $2.30 bid.
Pnget Sound Grain Markets.
SEATTLE. July 80. Wheat Bluestem,
$2.18; Turkey red. $2.18: fortyfold. $2.18;
club, $z.iu: tire, $2.10; red Russian, $2.17.
Barley, $43 per ton.
1 PBt.rday'i car receipts: Wheat 4. corn 1.
hay 48, flour 4.
TACOMA. July 80. Wheat, bluestem.
$2.17; fortyfold. club and red fife. $2.14; red
Car receipts: Wheat 2, corn 1, hay 12,
SOGKEYE RUN STARTS
BIG SCHOOLS OK SALMON OX WAY
TO ERASER RIVEH. TO SPAWN,
Fears That Pnaret Sound Pack May Fall
Below Estimate Allayed Large
Catches Are Reported.
BELLIN'GHAM, 'Wash.. July SO.
Large numbers of sockeye salmon have
entered the Straits of Juan de Fuca on
their way to the spawning grounds in
the Fraser River and local canners are
agreed that the "big run" has fairly
On account of the failure of the run
in Northwestern Alaska and the late
ness of the Sound run, some of the
cannerymen last week entertained
fears that the Puget Sound pack might
fall below the estimate for the season.
A total of 150,000 fish were brought
to the cannery of the Pacific American
Fisheries last night and the traps of
other companies yielded catches In
equal ratio. The schools have not yet
reached Point Roberts, but are ex
pected to do so before tonight.
The "big" run occurs every four
years and canners now believe that this 1
season's yield will be an important
contribution to the Nation's food sup
ply. Six per cent of the pack will be
reserved for the Government.
WOMEN NAMED TO TEACH
Training In Home Economics
Planned for Thirty Cities.
STATE COLLEGE, Pullman, 'Wash.,
July 30. (Special.) Director W. S.
Thornber today announced the demon
strators who will conduct In 30 cities
of Washington canning and drying
demonstrations for the training of
leaders to follow the work in their
For Bellingham, Miss Mary E. Suth
erland: Everett, Miss Elizabeth Jacob
son; Chehalis, Miss Mazie Wilson; Seat
tle; Miss Julia Llta Bane and Miss
Elimina ' White; Montesano, Miss Olga
Grizzle; North Yakima, Miss Edna
Walker; Wenatchee. Miss Lottie Jel
lum; Walla Walla. Miss Inez Arnquist;
Spokane, Miss Elizabeth Jones; Gar
field, Miss Ella Alexander.
Leaders In the women's organizations
of the state
have been asked to co-
DRUGGISTS BLAME WHISKY
Inebriates Do Not Depend on Bit
ters, Say Bend Pharmacists.
BEND, Or, July 80. (Special.)
Bend druggists, declaring that whisky
and not bitters la responsible for a ma
jority of the cases of drunkenness In
this vicinity, assert that Inebriates
blame bitters and similar alcoholio
compounds which axe not regulated by
the prohibition law.
It is asserted by the pharmacists
that proofed goods can be readily ob
tained. DAILY CITY STATISTICS
ROYSTON To Mr. and
Mrs. Junes Boy
street, July IS,
ston, 6402 Eighty-eighth
xait. a eon.
WENDELL To Mr. and Mr a. Earl Bart
lett Wendell. Twe"ntv-thlrd and Marshall.
July 26, a son.
BLCKS To Mr. and Mrs. Heorre Thomas
Bucks, 52 East Mason, July 26, a daughter.
HINKLE To Mr. and Mrs. John Hlnkle.
773 East Eleventh street North. July 27, a
jauohson To Mr. and Mrs. Peter jacoD-
son, 6347 Ninety-first street Southeast. July
20. a daughter.
BLATTER To Mr. and Mrs. William E.
Blatter, 632 East Aider, July 23. a son.
VIAR To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas V lar.
742 East Eighth street South. July 25, a son.
KRALL-WERNER W. D. Krall. BS.
Crawfordsvllle, Or and Lena Werner, 49,
QROHS-FISHER John Grohs. 22. 8909
Forty-eighth street S. E and Mary Fisher,
22, 12S4 Orient street.
WINTERS-BEERY Walter Winters. 24.
490 Washington street, and DeLllla Beery.
22. 1606 Virginia street.
TENN ANT-BARTON Henry O. Tennant.
legal, 41 East Second street, and Ida May
Barton, legal, same address.
JUNOR-DOIC3 Donald Junor. 28. Wav-
erley Country Club, and Maggie Dolg, 22,
POLLOCK-BORDEN Harry Pollock, le
gal, 446 Washington street, and Ruth Bor
den, legal, foot of Miles street.
KINGSLEY-MAY John Kingsley. 89. 1007
Belmont, and Lou May. 22, 287 Thirty
MILES-FRASLER E. H Mile.. IS. Bt.
Francis apartments, and Laverne Frasler.
23, same address.
KELL-WEBER Frank Roll, 22. BB7 Hol
land street, and Lydia Weber, 20. 687 Ore
HOLM STROM -GROSS Joseph Holmstrom.
23, 1209 East Salmon street. and Clara
Gross. 19, same address.
HUNE-HARRINGTON John W. Hune, 24.
9S0 East Salmon street, and Ethet Harring
ton. 20, 684 Harold ave.
Vancouver Marriage Licensee.
MACGREGOR-LA RUE W. Keith Mac
Gregor. 64. of Portland, and Mrs. Jessie J.
La Rue. 42. of Portland.
BTJRBANK-FINCH Chester Burbank. 24.
of Sherwood. Or., and Mrs. Eva F. Finch,
legal, of Portland.
CRENSHAW-LITTLE John D. Chen
shaw. 26. of Portland, and Myrtle M Little.
20, of Portland.
JUNOR-SIM.MS James P. Junor. legal, of
Beaver Creek. Or., and Anna Belie 61ms, le
gal, of Beaver Crepk. Or.
COT'TR IE-ABERNATH A William Coutrle,
49. of Portland, and Mrs. Helen Abernatha,
32. of Portland.
MEDELL-URBACH W. B. Medell, 21.
of Bremerton, Wash., and Mabel Urbach,
18, of Portland.
SANDERS-MARTIN S. E. Sanders. 33, of
r-oniana. ana zelma Martin. 32. of Portland,
HA KOLD-CA R l.SON Arthur V7rr
of Portland, and Theresa Carlson. 21. of
Z I M MER M AN-GETTMAN Christ Zimmer
man, dl. Of t'ortland. n ri F. zahnth n.rtmin
32. of Portland.
DODGE-ROHSON T C llnrliro f1 itf
Vancouver Barracks, wash., and Lillian L.
Konson. is. or Portland.
M FARLAXD-XELSnV dvlmm "Tt r. ,
1- si rijir.il. -j. or Portland, and Grace Nel
son. 18 of Portland.
CHARD-DESSFVmCRRKR Tr.1m.i- (-
Chard, 24. of Portland, and Stella H. Dessen-
oerger. 1 :tt or Portland.
DANIELSON-WHITK V. A T nlelnon
of Portland, and Mrs. lone C White. S3, of
H. H. HARPER Erect frame garare, 1212
East Ash street, between Forty-first and
r orty-tnirn : Guilder, same: $165.
LORBETT ESTATE Repair one-story
brick ordinary auto supply. 62-64-66 Broad
way, between Pine end Oak; Moore-Maegher
Company, builders; $150.
PORTLAND WHARF COMPANY Repair
two-story frame dock. Front street, between
Burnside and Couch; Frank T. David,
SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 1 Erect fire
proof concrete retaining wall. Corbett street,
near Bancroft; S. Simonsen, builder; $3500.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, July 80. Maximum temper
ature, 73 degrees; minimum, 54 degrees.
River reading. 8 A. M.. 11.8 feet: change
in last 24 hours 0.3 foot fall. Total rain
fall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M.), none. Total rain
fall since September 1. 1916. 82.20 Inches;
normal, 44.47 inches; deflclencv. 12.27 Inches.
Sunrise. 4.51 A. M. ; sunset. 7.44 P. M. Totnl
sunshine, 13 hours 45 minutes; possible, 14
hours 64 minutes. Moonrise, 6:05 P. M.:
moonset, 12.38 A. M. Barometer (reduced
to sea level), 6 P. M.. 80. OS Inches. Relative
humidity at noon, 44 per cent.
. WEATHER CONDITIONS.
o 5 0"
; a - a
-a I 2
- ps .
Ds Moines . . . !
Jacksonville . .
Kansas City . .
Los Anpeles . .
Marshf ield . .
Minneapolis . .
New Orleans . .
New York ....
North Head . .
Pocateilo . . . .
Salt Lake ....
Pan Dlepo ...
San Francisco .
Tat nosh Island
441 7S0.00(..jNK Clear
T4; R4 0.001. .I.VWMIear
'2) 18 O.0O 1-1 SW (Clear
361 72 0.00 iNWlpt. cloudy
7Si S n.nft 14 SW Clear
n! S'2 rt.nn . . ;sK Cloudy
8 10O O.011 10 SW Clear
8to.oi2.jsw I -t. cloudy
4SI 0u 0. no;.. inw ciar
Sol 8x 0.00 10R ciar
J 7H0.00 1.4W Clear
7tl M l ,HS 12 S Clear
4fljn8'0.00i. .IE Cloudy
7S 1O0 0.0O 12,. S Clear
6rt' WO.OO'.JSW Clear
70 O.OO ICNWtClear
RS O.oo' .'XWiciear
: 0.01 10 X
1H 0.40'. . iSE
04 0.00 24 W
fiO 0.02 IS NW'Clear
n.oo 12 Nv
94 0.00' . . is
8J o.on 16 SW
Srtio.ooi. . n
It-iiO nn! .
I un 0.00 22 sw
P2 O.OO 12 S
7 o.oo: . . Isw
72 O.OO 24 'W
12 fl.OO:. .W
62 0. 0O' calm
en 0.00: . . in
rb 0.221. .Is
M 0.00: . . V
Htt 0 .00: calm
srt 0.001. . ;sw
Yell'stone Pk. 4H
M. today; P. M. report ot preceding
Thu barometer Is high this evening over
the Pacific Ocean west of British Columbia
and Washington and over the South At
lantic and Eust Gulf States; it is low over
The Increase of wealth Is
alone a valid argument for
good roads, although the In
crease in comfort and well
being, together with the
direct saving to all who use
the roads. Is perhaps the
stronger argume nt. In
creased v a 1 u a tl o n, greater
comforts of life, more con
tentment, prosperous com
munities are apparent when
a road is hard-surfaced with
Warren Construction Co., Journal Bldg
HALL & COMPANY
BUT AND SELL
5 to 7
Foreign Government Loans
For Sale by Tender
Br. Barkentlne "AMY TtHNEBT
Now at fan Francisco.
901 Tons Net 991 Tons Grosa Newlv
equipped Masts. Spars, Sails, etc Tenders
in writing to purchase the above vessel win
be received to Aug. 13. Inclusive, bv the un
dersigned, from whom full information can
be obtained. Any and all tenders not neces
1. JN. Bond, P. O. Box 606
practically all the remainder of the coun
try, with centers of depression over the
New England States. Nebraska and Al
berta respectively. Scattered thunder storms
were reported over the Western Mississippi
Valley and along the Gulf Coast. Showers
have fallen on the North Paclflo Coast, tn
Minnesota and along the East Gulf Coast.
The rainfall was heavy at Jacksonville, Fla.,
where 1.3S Inches have fallen during the
last 24 hours. It la much cooler in Minne
sota, South Dakota and Eastern North Da
kota, while It Is warmer over the North
Conditions are favorable for fair weather
Tuesday In Oregon and Washington. It will
be warmer except near the coast. Winds
will be moderate northwesterly.
Portland and vicinity Fair and warmer;
moderate northwesterly winds.
Washington Fair; warmer except near the
coast; moderate northwesterly winds.
Idaho Fair; warmer In north and south
Oregon Fair; warmer except near the
coast; moderate northwesterly winds.
ALFRED H. TH I ESSEN.
3 DRAFTED MEN TO ENLIST
Waldport Conscripts Prefer to Select
Brancli of Service.
NEWPORT. Or, July SO. (Special.)
Fenton Starr, Clifford Buker and
James Boatwlck. of Waldport, Or.,
whoso names were drawn in the recent
Army draft, passed through here Sat
urday en route to Portland. They de
sire to select for themselves the branch
of the service they are to Join.
Starr and Buker are married. The
former is a clerk and the two latter
Home Guard Studying Drill.
HOOD RIVER, Or, July 30. (Spe
cial.) Many citizens of the city and
valley who were sworn la as deputy
Sheriffs to form a special home guard,
are now busy studying drill regulations
of the United States Army, and it is
likely that the guar! may organize on
a military basis.
(Without Ctutnff 11 Route
S. S. BEAVER
Sails From Alnaworth Dock
8 P. M. FRIDAY, AUG. S.
I0O Golden Mllea oa
All Kates Include
Berths and Meals.
Table and Service
Tbe 8an Francisco & Portland S. 8. Co
Third and Washlnrton streets (with
O.-W. R. & K. Co.). Tel. Broadway 4500.
PORTLAND TO SAN FRANCISCO
Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday
Cat. Ptr. Express leaves 9:80 A. M. ; ar
rive San Francisco 8:30 next day. One
way fares. S. t2.CU. Hi. tl7.J0. (20.
North Bank. 0th and Stark,
fetation, lOtb and Hurt,
8i and Mor.. N. P. Ky.
818 Wash., i. N. Ry.
100 Sd. Hurlinrton Ky.
Independent S. S. Co.
San Francisco $10.00
Coos Bay $7.00
Flrat-Claan Meal and Berth
S. S. BREAKWATER
6 P. M Thursday, August 2
North Pacific S. S. Dock.
KrgT Uroadwny Rrldce and
124 Third St- Bet. Wanhlntrton
Phonea, Broadvray &SO, A S422.
Ketchikan. Wranicrl. .lunean. Donelaa.
Hulnea. bkaitway, Cordova, Valdez, Sew
ard and AncboraKe.
Via Seattle or San Francisco to Los
Angeles and San Diego. Largest
ships, unequaled service, low rates.
Including meals and bertha.
For particulars apply or telephone.
PACIFIC STEAMSHIP COMPANX,
The Admiral Uns.
Main 29, Homo A 40Ud. . . 124 Third St.
m Honolulu, Suva, Now Zoalartd
Keaular KatHncs from Vancouver. B. C, bt
th. Palatial Paasenarer steamers of tbo
Canadian-Australasian Royal Mall Line.
For full Information apply Can. Pae. Rail
ay. 63 Third tit.. Portland.
Agent. 440 eeymour
U. S. Mau S.Su SIERRA. SONOMA, VENTURA
OCEANIC S. S. CO., 601 Mwkrt St.. Bn rrswaice
Et7 21 days Sailing Dates on Application