The Sunday Oregonian. (Portland, Ore.) 1881-current, January 22, 1905, PART TWO, Page 15, Image 15

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    THE SUNDAY OBEGtQyiAff, PORTLAND, X&UAJKg 22, 1305.
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APPLES GOING FAST
Most of Desirable Stock Is
Shipped From State,
CALIFORNIA IS BEST MARKET
Large Quantity Handled in the Sea
son by a Portland Firm Stocks
Held in Storage In the
United States.
The local apple market fe-flrm Xer good stock.
The supply In the state is rapidly cleaning up
and nearly all the desirable apples have al
ready been shipped. The Hood Hirer supply
Is running low and practically all the South
ern Oregon crop has been disposed of. The
few large lots remaining in Eastern Oregon
are being tnored to Montana. Of aS total
crop in the state of approximately 300,000
boxes, 100,000 boxes were shipped to Eastern
points, the best being forwarded from New
Tork to London, and about the same quan
tity was sent to the San Francisco market.
The movement toward the latter place has
not yet ceased. California has been, the best
outlet xor Oregon apples this .season, owing
'j iit- tiup xanurc m eiaic as enowing i
-i i . 3 . . .. . ... I
the magnitude of the apple-shipping Industry
hero, It may be stated that a single firm of
this city in the season now "drawing to -a close
has shipped out of the state apples to the value
cf $100,000.
An estimate has Just been Issued by the In
ternational Apple Shippers' Association of the
nuantity of apples in storage In the United
states, Canada and Nova Scotia on January
3, which places It at 9.707.445 barrels, as com
pared with 3,462.508 barrels on January 1.
1904, or an increase of 244,937 barrels. In its
estimate by states. It gives Oregon 95,000 bar
rel. The figures, however, were collected
In the Fall and on New Tear's day there was
much smaller stock stored in the state
The following Is the association's compilation
or apples, both cold and common, held in the
evcral states:
1905
Maine 240.000
New Hampshire 30.000
"Vermont 12.000
Machuietls 120,000
Rhode Wand 21.883
Connecticut 40.000
New York 1.398.337
New Jer.-ey 12,000
Pennsylvania ........... 139,975
Maryland 22.500
Virginia 8,750
1ew-t Virginia.. 26,925
Kentucky 31,300
Ohio 124.900
Indiana 113,b(0
I Ilnois 343.118
Mil hlgan 39.32
Wisconsin 21,000
I"wa 11.500
Kansas 30, Girt
South Dakota 13.500
Washington, D. C 18.500
Missouri 194.075
1904.
240.000
20.000
3.000
47.7C9
8,000
4.000
1.296.400
1.000
172,000
35.000
no report
47.500
30.750
116,850
9S.3C0
486,200
45.617
26.100
6.173
10.000
no report
18,500
154.050
48.000
Nebraska 25.000
t'Morado
9.650
32.500
47.000
Minnesota ..........
lioulrlana
Arkansas ...........
Texas ..
Oregon
New Mexico... ....
. 63.330
4.500
44.125
3.000
. 95.000
no report
3.01
5.000
2.000
no report
1.050
STRONG FEATURES OF HOI MARKET.
Future of Irices Now Rests Entirely With
Growem.
O.VEIDA. N T.. Jan. 16. (To the Editor.)
This month has so Tar seen about 10.000 bales
a' hops taken by dealers to fill January sales,
while they liave mofctly been bought from spec
ulators. This one feature causes a strong
situation, as no one gets weak-kneed as quick
as the speculator.
As I understand the situation now, there are
out one or two speculators left that are
carrying any stock to speak of and after this
month the dealer will have to go to the grower
Xor the future wants.
The whole situation today (now that the
speculative feature is removed) lies entirely
in the hands of the growers and If they hold
rut until April or May they have everything
to gain and nothing to lose.
As It Is now a one-sided play, with every
thing In the growers' favor, there is no io
Mbillty of hops easing off In price more than
Xrt-m. 1 to 3 cents at the most. There is
every possibility of their going 10 to 20 cents
lr pound higher.
The London market advanced its .quotation
r. shillings today, which in Itself Is a etrong
feature
There ar but 2500 bales left in New Tork
State in growers' hands and very few in spec
ulators hands. There have been 2500 bales
bought from growers here in the past three
weeks, o the grower of the Coast have not"i
!ng to contend with now but their own ac
tions for future development of market prices.
I knew of two dealers that have 1800 bales
- deliver in February and they have them
a'l to buy yet. There are also some large
. r liveries to be mado in March, much larger
r-r'ibaMy than in February. "We should go
Jrto the 1905 crop without a package of old
Lone In existence. E. J. SMITH.
WOOL MEN ARE CNEASV.
Luke County Grower Fear Tariff Re
vision.
LAKBVIEAV. Or., Jaiu 21. (Special.) The
tariff revision agitation is giving rise to some
uneasiness in tho woel market. Lake -County
-)iecpnin are watching the situation closely.
and If the President succeeds In calling Con
gress tegothcr before the 1905 clip can get Into
the han4 of manufacturers, they fear a fall
n the price. On the other hand, if It appears
impe4ble for tho President to get an extra
tension t aet en the tariff question before Oc-
ober. kepmen leok for even better prices
than are now effered. Judging from the ef
forts at local buyers to pick up clips, there
will be very little unsold by the time shearing
c ommcneec.
The Wlwrr wMt certainly be an open one.
as there 1 no snow in the valleys and warm
raiiiK prevail. There eems to be sufficient
cmw fallteg in the meuittains to feed the
mountain Htnnmt till late next Summer, which
w.ll Inswe ge4 crops.
Hawaiian Sugar at San l'mnckco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 21. The arrival here
of t"x first cargo of 15.000"bags of sugar from
the HeBOtutu Sugar Company has caused
drop of 10 cent . in the market price of beet
i-ugar. The consignment was distributed
hrec flrMo who reu.ed tu take part or Join
he rergaMrtie of the Pacific Traffic &.
Comtaarctal AcUllo. which is said to have
hitherto cHtre)led the sugar MtuaUon here.
and arc new aetlng on an independent basis.
rOKTLAND MARKETS.
Grain, ilour. 1'erd. Etc.
WHEAT Walla Walla. SSe; blucstem. SSc;
alley. S7c per bushel.
FLOUR Patents. J4.65C4.S5 per barrel:
Ktrntrht S4.3(KJ4.45: clears. S3.S53': Valley.
si 1 1 4 Daxeta nard wlieat. $t(.5Off7.50;
Uraharn. $3.5064; whole wheat. $4(J4.25: rye
flour. iocbI. so; eastern, -o.iv. iwmvi,
wr ,-ai.e. xl.00.
BARLEV Feed, $22.50 per ton; rollod. 523.50
4J24J0.
OATS No. 1 white. $l.S2"i1.35; gray. $1.33
t'-4o per cental.
MILLSTl rKS a ran. isi per 100; miaoiuig?.
$25. short. $21 . chops. U. S. Mill. $19: linseed
dairy foods. $11?. linseed ollmeal. car lots. $29
per ton; lees than car lots. $30 per ton.
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream, 90-j-r.und
sacks. $6.75: lower grades, $566,25; oat
meal, fleel cut. 60-pound saeke, $8 per barrel:
10-pound sacks, $4.25 per bale; oatmeal
if round). 60-pound sacks. $7.50 per barrel; 10
pound racks. $4 per bale; split peas, 54
per 100-pound sack; 25-pound boxes. $1.18;
pearl barley, $4 per 100 pounds; 23-pound
boxes, f 1.25 per box; pastry flour, 10-pound
ackc. $2.60 per bale.
HAT Timothy. $14816 per ton; dorer. $119
12; grala; $U-12; cheat, $12613.
Vegetables. Trait. Etc
There vac a good active market for fruits
anil vervfah'ec In the forenoon- HeeeiDtS were
light. Several cars of California.' produce will'
be offering Monday.
VEGETABLES Turnips. 1 per sack; car
rots, fl:. 'beets. 11.25; parsnips. fl-23; cabbage.
California lfcc, Danish 2c; lettuce, head.
0c per dozen: parsley, 25c dozen; tomatoes.
$2 per crate; cauliflower. $L902 per craw;
egg plant. 10915a per- pound; celery. 60965c
per dor en, peas. 10c per pound; beans, green.
12fcc: wax;. 11c; pumpkins, l&lfcc pet
pound: peppers. He per pound; sprouts, 6c
ONION'S Fancy, $L8592.23, Buying price.
POTATOES Oregon, fancy, SOgOOc; common,
buyers price; Merced, sweets, 24
191c; new California, 4c per pound.
RAISINS Loose Muscatels. 4-crown, 7ie;
5-laycr Muscatel raisins. 74c; unbleached seed
less Sultanas, 6Uc; London layers. 3-crown.
whole boxes of 20 pounds, 31.S3: 2 -crown, J 1.75.
DRIED FRUIT Apples, evaporated, 6S4
per pound; sundrled. sacks or boxes, none;
apricots, lOgllc; peaches. 9910&c; pears,
none; prunes. Italians, 485c: French, 2"493c;
figs. California blacks, 5?c; do white, none;
Smyrna. 20c: Fard dates. 6c; plums, pitted. 6c
DOMESTIC FRUITS Apples 4-tter Bald
wins. $1.25; Spltxenbergs, $L7592; cooking.
7585c; flgs, E5cf2.50 per box; cranberries,
$9.60911 per barrel.
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons, fancy, $2,759
3.75: choice. 2.75 per box; orange, standard.
$1.3051.75; fancy, $L9092; mandarins, C0365S
per box; tangerines. $ 1.5092 per box: grape
fruit. 12.7503 per box: bananas, 5954c per
pound; pomegranates, per dox.
Batter. Eggs. Poultry, Etc
The demand for most country produce was
not good yesterday. Very few chickens came
in, but this did not save some of the houses
from carrying over coops. Ducks, turkeys and
geese, on the other hand, moved welt Egg
receipts were liberal, but the Inquiry was slow
and the market was quoted very weak. But
ter in some quarters is considered strong, in
others weak. Supplies are not large.
EGGS Oregon ranch. 27628c; Eastern. 24c
per dozen.
BUTTER City creameries: .Extra creamery.
309 22 Vic per pound; fancy creamery. 22H?2Cc
State creameries: ancy creamers. -oauc;
California, fancy creamery, 2562740; store
butter, 1212c
CHEESE Full cream twins, laigiac; xoung
Americas. 14915"4c
12c; mixed chickens. llS12c; old roosters, I
1ft1ftUr do vonnr. llffllVic: SDrtncs. 14 to
2-pouna. 14 i&c; rj rouers. i to i-ponna, jo
r'fv. HrMwul .hIMren 1S(f?14r- turlfera live.
?ioe: dressed chickens. 13&14c: turkeys, live.
17rl7c: do dressed. lS20c; do choice, 22
Siae: cerse. live, per pound. oac; ao
dressed. ll124c: ducks, old. 86eJ.50: do
young, as to size. SOgs.so; pigeons. i3i-".
GAME Wild geeee, ou; maiiara quckb.
$2.50S3; widgeon, X1.755T-: teal, l.w.sf'.-o.
Meats and Provisions.
BEEF Dressed, bulls. 2h&3&c; cows. 324e;
country steers, 4t3c
MUT-raji Dressea. DUiC per pouna.
VEALDressed. 100 to 125. 8!a9c per lb.:
tai to 200. rU0Gc: 200 and up. 465c
PORK Dressed, loo to iwj, J"jc per
pound; 150 and up. Cootie
HAAlo xen lO 1 pgunus, 4-?tc per pouuu,
14 to 10 pounds, 22c: 18 to 20 pounds. 12c:
California (nlcnlc). 9c: cottage bams, 9"4c:
shoulders, 9c; boiled ham, 21c: boiled picnic
ham. boneless. 14c
BACON Fancy breakfast, ISc per pound:
standard breakfast. 17c: choice. 15c: English
breakfast. 11 to 14 pounds. lc; peacn Dacca.
13e
SAUSAGE Portland ham. l-"rc per pouna;
minced ham, 10c; Summer, choice dry, 17He:
bologna, long, 5V4c; welnerwurst,-8c; liver, 6c:
pork. 9c; blood. 5c; headcheese. 12',4c; bologna
DRY SAL.kt.lJ UlSA'ia neguiar anon
clears, 10c salt. 11c smoked; clear backs, 9Xc
salt. 104o smoked: Oregon export. 20 to 25
pounds, average, lOVic salt, 1114c smoked;
Union butts. 10 to 18 pounds, average. So
lt 9c smoked.
PICKLED GOODS Pickled pigs' feet. K-bar-
rels, $5; U-barrels. $2.75; 15-pound kit, J1.25;
pickled tripe, li-oarreis, o; -oarreu. .o;
15-pouna Kit. l.o; picaiea piga iocsucs.
A-harrels. J6: l-barrels. S3: 15-pound kits.
S1.50; pickled lambs' tongues. Vt-barrels, $9;
i-harreis, a.iu; j-pouna mis, .
T.Ann Kettle-rendered: Tierces. 9?ic: tubs.
10c: 50s, 10c: 20s. l0V4c; 10s, 10c; &s, lOHc
KtandBrd nure: Tierces. 9c: tubs. 9Uc: 50s.
9Uc; 20s. 94c; 10s, 9?ic: 5s. 9c Compound:
Tierces, 6"4c; tubs. 6ic; 50s, 6ic; 10s. 7lic;
5e, 79tc
Groceries, Nuts, Etc.
norPEE-Mocha. 26328c: Java, ordinary. 16
20c; Costa Rica, fancy. 18620c: good. 169
lec; ordinary, luuiic per pouna; umuiduis
roast, cases, 100s. S13.50; 50s. S14; Arhuckie,
$15.38: Lion. 315.33.
nu:i-; imneriai jasu. no. i. o.otvt
Southern Japan, 3.50; Carolina, 4Huc;
brolcenhead. 2c
KAT.Mnx Columbia mver. i-nouna tans.
51.75 per dozen; 2-pound tails, $2.40; 1-pound
flats, LS5; fancy. l"fl-pound flats, $LS0:
4-pound flats. $1.10; Alaska pink. 1-pound
tails, 85c: red, 1-pound talis, $1.43: sockeyes.
1-pound talis. $1.75; l-pouna nats, 21.00.
JJSid'la-'to' nulaS' SoJlS-
UlSZT ou.-S, -V HSrSLisrS:
c S.Vtl5: irnldf.n C S5.55: fruit sugar. 56.13. ad
vance over eack basis as follows; Barrels, 10c:
Tifllf-tiarrels. 25c: boxes. 50c per 100 pounds.
(Terms: On remittance wunin 10 aays, ocuuci
"ic per pound; If later than 15 days and with
in 30 days, deduct c per pound; no ais
Mtmt &fter 20 davs.) Best sugar granulated.
$5.95 per 100 pounds; mapie sugar, ioirrioc
per pound.
SALT California, $9.50 per ton; $1.30 per
bale. Liverpool. 50s. $10.00; loos, sio: ws.
ia .W hnlf rround. 100s. $5.25: 60s. 35.73.
NUXs wainuis, a.?ic y inuuu uj c-am..
extra for less than sacK; urazu nuts. 10c; m
h.rt rjecans. lumbos. 14c: extra large.
15c; almonds. L X. L.. 16Uc; chestnuts, Ital
ians. 15c; Ohio, $4.60 per 25-pound drum; pea
nuts, raw, sc per pwuau, iwuu, t;, yiu
nuts, 1012c; niCKory nuts, c; conaauu,
R.tafV Tver dozen.
BEANS Small white, 9c; large white. 35ic;
pink. SVic; bayou, umi, osc.
Oil.
rtASOLlNE Stove gasoline, cases. 214c: Iron
barrels, 18c: 86 deg. gasoline, cases, 32c; Iron
COAL OIL Cases, 2ic: iron Darreis, iosc;
wood barrels, none: 63 deg.. cases. bar
rels. 18c: Washington State test burning oils,
,rr,nt headllffht. i,tc Der gallon higher.
T.iKKPEu 011 uaw. narreis. oc; cases, itvc
Boiled: Barrels. 60c: cases. 61c; 1c less In
'.Vl-fnllnn lots.
TURPENTINB tjases, 00c; oarreir, 01c
WHITE LEAD Ton lots. 74.c: 600-pound
lots 74c; less than ooo-pouna lots. sc.
Hops. Wool, Hides, Etc
HOPS Choice. 2Sa20c: prime. 27c per pound.
WOOL Valley. 19620c per pound; Eastern
Oregon. 10917c; mohair. 252&c per pound for
choice.
HIDES Dry hides. No. 1. 16 pounds and up.
1515Vc per pound; dry gip. No. 1, & to 10
noun's. 12c: dry calf. No. 1. under C pounds.
10c; dry saitea duus ana stags, one-mira less
than dry flint: salted hides, eteers. sound. 70
8c; under 60 pounds and cows. 6lt7cs stags
ana culls, sauna, invite; tup. sounu. u u ai
pounds. 7c; under 10 pounds. 8c; green (un
cdted). lc tcr Tound less: calls, lc per pound:
horse bides, til tea. fi.inw- eacn; ory. itJi.co
each; colts hides, zoyooc eacn; goauuns.
common,, ao&ioc eacn; angora, wnn wool on,
25c0$l
TALLOW Prime, per pound. 45c; No. 1
ana grriw, sve-w
Mining Stocks.
NEW TOBK. Jan. 21. Closing quotations
Adams Con. ...S .20 Little Chief $ .05
Alice tiOIOntario ........ 3.j
Breece lSjOphir 6.00
Brunswick Con.. .OSiPhoenlx ... ... .08
Comstock Tun.. .OSlPotosi 10
Con. Cal. & Va.. 1.331 Savage
Horn Silver .... 1.50 Sierra Nevada.. A'.
lren Silver 2.00 Small Hopes ... .28
Leadville Con.
.02Standard 1-50
BOSTON, Jan. 21. Closing quotations
Adventure
.$ 7.251 Mohawk $ 52.50
. 20.3S Mont. C. Si C 4.73
Allouei ......
Amalgamated .
73.8801d Dominion. 27.00
12.231 Osceola 94.00
16.75-Parrot 26.25
32.75lQuIncy 10.00
675.00!Shannon ...... 8.23
Am. Zinc . . -,
Atlantic
Bingham ....
Cal. &. uecia..
Centennial ...
2l.50Tamarack .... 129.00
07.50! Trinity 8.00
10.00 U. S. Mining. . 22.75
60.50 V. S. Oil 10.63
11.00 Utah 42.23
5.23 Victoria 5.13
26.75 Winona 11.50
10.131 Wolverine 109.00
Copper Range.
Daly West
Dominion Coal
Franklin .....
Granby
Isle Royal e
Mass Mining..
Michigan .....
12.001
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 21. Official oloslng
quotations for mining stocks today were as
follows:
-Alta $ .031 Hale & Norcross.$1.40
Andes ...
1
Belcher . .
.221 Mexican
2.10
Best. & Belcher. L05 Occidental
Con.. .87
Bullion
.22. Ophlr
6.25
Challenge Con. .
Chollar ... . ...
Confidence
Con. Cal. & Va..
Con. Imperial .
Con. New Tork.
Eureka Con
Exchequer .....
Gould Si Curry .
.441 Overman .......
.23 Potosl
.28 Savage
.931 Seg. Belcher ...
1.65 Sierra. Nevada...
.01t Stiver Hill
.16) Union Con.
50iUtah Con.
.221 Vellow 'Jacket ..
.14
.38
.06
.43
.66
.61
20
Ixrodon Wool Sales.
LONDON. Jan. 21. The offerings at the wool
auction sales today amounted to 13.923 bales.
Demand came from all directions, and com
petition was keen. The large offerings were
quietly sold at unchanged prices. Americans
bought fine greasy merinos and good bright
crosahrKs at rates In Tellers favor. A good
selection cf scoareds was taken by home and
German buyers at firm prices. France was an
eager buyer of lamba wool. During the re
mainder of the series 08,000 bales will be
offered .
ITheat -at, Tacoma.
TACOMA. Jan. 21. Wheat unchanged, Blue-
stem, 90c, club, 83c
PRICE LEVEL GIVES WAY
STOCKS WEAKEN ON APPEAR
ANCE OF 1ANK STATEMENT.
Large Expansion in Loans Believed to
Be Preliminary to Great Project
in Corporation Finance.
NEW YORK. Jan. 21. There was a good
deal of commotion and some confusion in tha
active two hours of trading in today's stock
market, but the important changes of the day
were confined to a few stocks. The further
buoyant rise In the Northwestern grangers was
in connection with another rise In the North
ern Securities' on the curb. The general level
of prices, however, was maintained with dlffl-
culty and gave way entirely on the appearance
of the bank statement, disclosing an unex
pected loan expansion of 934.474.700. This, is
far in excess of any previous week's Increase
in the loan Item during the history of the
clearing-house and it was further notable for
the fact that the Increase In loans has been
made by the three or four largest banks In
the clearing-house,' In which usually concen
trated the greatest syndicate operations of the
country's most powerful financial groups.
Nothing has appeared on the surface to In
dicate Into what channel this enormous exten
sion of credits may be turned. There have
been several bond sales during the week, but
suffict tT acnr forproruon.
of the loan expansion. Some part of the re-
sources thus expended may have gone for the
payment of maturing American railroad notes
and bonds held abroad, and it Is known that
w cmp.uj wau wr mc yurea
vestors which are to fall due In a short time.
But there will be room still for the supposi
tion that .some great project of corporation
finance is In progress or being worked out.
Compared with this week's great loan in
crease, that for the week ending January S3
last year comes nearest to an equal amount.
when the bank loans Increased $30,663,300.
The only other parallel occurred during the
Spring of 3901 preceding the great flotation
era, when for eeveral weeks the clearing
house banks made increases In the neighbor
hood of S30.000.000 in their loans.
Today's stock market closed active and
easy. Total sales, par value, S5,330,ooo.
Dealings at the Stock Exchange this week
have expanded to an average of over 1.000,000
shares a day, and the growth In the volume
of the bond dealings has been more notable
with an Increased health In the demand for
Investment issues along with the continued
activity In the more speculative bonds. But
the tone of the stock market has shown much
Irregularity and unsettlement. Tho volatile
spurts la & few very active stocks have not
carried the general list along Wth them, ana
the special movements have se:-ved to beget
doubt and suspend rather than encourage gen
eral demand for stocks.
The money market has been unruffled by all
adverse Influences, such as the withdrawal of
10 per cent of the Government deposits from
the National banks and the continued outflow
of gold to foreign markets. But the heavy
Influx of money from the interior to this point
has been sufficient to glut the money market.
By the falling off in railroad traffic and the
easing of the car shortage, the gross earnings
for the second week of January do not Te'
tain the excess of recent showings over last
year. The gold proauction xor American b
for the year Just closed Is found to nave risen
to a new high record. It Is believed that
some light Is thus thrown upon the freedom
of the outward movement of gold. With the
value of our December Imports lifted to a
record figure for a single month, and with tne
enormous ehrinkage in the value or cotton ex
ports by reason of the fall in. price, we i
err.ee rde balance In our favor fell more
than S4&000.000 below that of the uecemoer
neeew-inir ihus exslalning much of the per-
utent strength of the foreign exchange
market.
The eonflietlne Influences at work have acted
- n.n,.clv &rent on the powerful . efforts
" Price r,lther tban to mny-ao-Wve de-
Plon and the undertone of the marxet nas
lieen firm.
T,e market for bonds has hroaaenea ma
terially, marking the presence of abundant
advanced per cent on call on the week.
fiinctvn OTIOTATIONS.
Closing
Sales. High. Low. bid.
ti,i,itM 3,200 87H 80S
do referred 300 100 100b 03
AITOUC WWk""-" --T1C? nfli
Baltimore ft omo.... o.ww jvwt
do n referred .
96H
Canadian Pacific
000 133 1334 1B
rw iteu. HMVb 195
Central of N. J.
Frw.ke & Ohio.. 2,000 4&H 49 48
nut.. r. 41,ivn ..... .....
1
oo preterrea -
Chi. Great Western.. 1.300 23H 23
23
Chi. Si Northwestern. 10.0O 22 1
1754
Chi.. Mil. & St. "sui w.aw 111
Chl. Term. & Trans., iu.iw
do preferred 8,000
c a. a t st. 1 6.300
1KVL 14"-:
J4H
2c 23
96 93ft
24U 224t,
4-
95i
23H
Colorado & somnern.
do 1st preferred
600 62 BlVt
6H
36t
2.400 371 364
do nreierrea....
Delaware & Hudson
600 1S4 16
183
339)
Del., Lack. & West.. .
Denver t Rio Grande
32
do preierrea .......
U5
4J:
Erie
41T4
79H
634
40H 0
do 1st prererrea
do 2d preferred 2,600
4
62Vi
Hocking Valley 100
do prererrea - -
Illinois Central 1.600 156..
1WH
165;;
31
57tf
2S
Iowa Central 3,000 31
30!
do nreferred ow 10
Kan. City Southern.. 3.600 30
do nreferred .ww wr
6Si
Louisville & Nashv..
Manhattan L.
Metrop. Securities...
6.900 142U lMs 1V4
2.900 17m 1704 I704
73!i
letropoiitan su
1,400 1164 116
800 23S 23 "i
"900 "5 Mn
300 150 130
110
23
53
Mexican jenirai ....
Minn, ir St. LOUis. -
M.. St P. Si S. & M.
do preferred
Mleourl Pacific
944
106
C6
1,500 107H 103?;
Mo.. -Kan. & Texas..
An nreferred .......
300 32H
700 6CH
400
11.900 145U
3.400 44H
2.200 79
32
60S
42U
144
7SH
93
137
National of Mex. pfd.
New Tork central...
143
N. T., Ont Si esu.
43
Norfolk & western..
Ar nrreerrerf ..
100 93
S3
137
75
Pennsylvania 12.300 138
P.. C, C Si -"Aii
Reading .X
$914 SSU
do 1st prererrea f....
do 2d preferred.....
92
ST4
33H
Rock Island Co. lO.itw
37Ti
36H
"VlH
do preferred
Si
St L. b. S. F. 2d pfd. 300
71
St. L. Southwestern, j.uw
do preferred .-551;
264
62U
614
Southern ractnc
16,300 67 66U
2.100 1174 117H
do preferred
1174
Southern Railway ...
do preferred
Texas Si Pacific
Toledo, St L. Si "W..
5.400
344
344
95
34H
300 97U
300 5
100 35
100 83H
49,900 120
34g
63,
iis;
214
56
S3
ao preierTea
Union Pacific
11ST4
do preferred
9S
Val-tajih ...... ......
400 21 H
21H
do nreferred it"'
43
43
"Wheeling u. wic
Wisconsin Central ..
100 181i
300 22
300 454
lSri 18
21 21
45H 45H
do preferred
Express companies-
H 45H
Adams -
23S
American .
200 22414 224U 225
United States
- IZO
100 243 243 245
Wells-Fargo ........
Miscellaneous
Amalgamated Copper
Amer. Car : trounary
do nreferred .......
American Cotton OH-
do preferred .......
American Ice
da nreferred
American Linseed Oil
do rref erred
American Locomotive
nreferred a...
Amer. Sm. & Refining 11,300 S54
Af TTf Tf4rrt ....... 1.JW 11
1134 11314
it mil
Amef. Snar Refining 1.500 143U 142 141U
Am. Tobacco pf. cert. -1.000 93 924 4
Anaconda Mining . w iua iv
10
4
Srooklm Jt Transit
7,500 63 C2
900 47X1 46
200 19Si 19S
6H
464
Colorado Fuel & Iron
Consolidated Gas....
JUS
Corn Products -
I'M
do prererrea
Distillers' Securities.
General Electric ....
B
37XJ
1SCU
1.100 S7J
400 1SS
1.300 22H
3711
International Paper..
22H
do prererrea
International Pump..
do preferred .......
National Lead
38
300 24S
.vio 43i
IWV) 107
200 -364
400 S9U
24H
24U
North American ....
Pacific Mail
People's Gas
Pressed Steel Car....
9SH
106H 1064
tax? tit
do prererrea .......
Pullman Palace Car.
63
SO
243
Republic Steel ......
do Dreferred .......
SOO
100
16tl
60
16
69
Rubber Goods
261
do prererrea -
Tenru Coal & Iron...
94U
1.500 TltJ
71 4
U. s. Learner
do preferred .......
OO 13V
3.900 102T 102H. 102
V. S. Realty
6
TJ. 5. Rubber
900 36 36 .Ti
100 100 100 i
no prererrea
17. S Steel. .
. 30.700 SO 5H
do prererrea
1&40Q IH HSi 94
Va.-CarrUna Chemical 200 ZS 334 35.
do preierrea. ....... 9W 10194 w vw
100 75 74 7414
209 33 32-4 324
300 S:V 924 92J4
34
93
100 64 64 di
300 37"i 364 37
500 IS 174 ITU
S8
500 34i 34 34
100 103 103 105
84 84
406 1S1H ISO, MO
380 SCVs 92
Western Union
Total sales for the day; -CTTVSOQ shares.
.BONDS.
NEW TORK. Jan. 21. Closing quotations:
TJ. a. 2a reg. ..IMS? Atchison AdJ 4. 85 U
do coupon ...10454ID. & R. G. 4s..l01
TJ. 8; 3s reg. -.103 IN. T. Cent, lsts.100
do coupon 1044! Nor. Pacific 3s.. 77,
TJ. S. new 4sreg.l304 do 4s ...105i
do coupon ...1314So. Pacific 4s... 90 ii
TJ. S. old 4s reg.lOSH Union Pacific 4. 103
do coupon ...103 H Wis. Central 4s. 914
Stocks at Load on.
LONDON. Jan. 21. Consols Xor
money.
87 16-16; consols for account. 68.
Anaconda. 5""SlNor. & "Western
SOS
Atchison ...... 89 &
do preferred .. 944
do preferred .103
One i Western. 434
Pennsylvania ... 704
Rand Mines ... 101.
Bait. & Ohio ..105H
Can. Pacific . .12GVi
Ches. & Ohio .. 504
C at. "Western. 23H
Reading -434
do 1st pref . .. 47
do 2d pref ... 45
C M. & St. P..179U
DeBsers ... 17
So. Baltway ... 33 K
D. i It. G .121
do preferred ..99
So. Pacific ..... 6Si
Union Pacific ..122H
do preferred ..100
U. S. Steel 30X
do preferred .. 96
Wabash ... ...,22
do preferred ..44
do prefered . 7SU
Erie 43
do 1st pref ... 81
do 2d pref ... C5
Illinois Central. 159 Vx
L. Si N. 145
M.. K. & T. 33
N. T. Central.. 14714
Money, Exchange, Etc.
NEW TORK, Jan. 21. Money on calL nom
Inal; no loans. Time money, easy; 60 days.
2492i per cent; 90 days. 2193 per cent: six
months, 33"4 per cent. Prime mercantile, pa
per. 3HB4H per cent.
Sterling exchange steady, with actual bus!
"
demand and at $4.85304.8333 for 60 days.
Posted rates. $4.86 and $4.S8H. Commercial
Dills. $4.64H94.N.
Bar silver. COSc
Mexican dollars, 474c
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds.
eteady.
LONDON. Jan. 2L Bar silver, firm, 27d
per ounce. Money, 1H62 per cent. The rate
of discount in the open market for short bills
is 2"4 per cent; the rate of discount In the open
market for three-months' bills Is 2442 9-16
per cent.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 21. Silver bars.
60?c Mexican dollars. 50c Sight drafts.
Hc; telegraph drafts, 10c Sterling on Lon
don, CO days, $4.85; eight, $4.8SJ.
Bank Clearings.
Bank clearings of the leading cltiea of the
Northwest yesterday were as follows
Clearinn. Ralaneea.
Portland $349,719 $ 31,374
Seattle 7S3.CS4 202.794
Tacoma .. 415.527 40.192
Spokane 510.546 58,152
for the week were:
Portland.
Seattle.
$ 672.070
873,932
72S.SS2
649.03S
713.732
763,684
Taioma.
Monday ....$ 773.519
$ 312.950
Tuesilar
695.746
45T.OS4
Wednesdajj
793.515
e21.202
495.326
349.719
432.930
403.633
600.473
Friday
Saturday ..
415.627
Totals ...
.$3,731,027 $4,421,318 $2,742,617
Clearings for the corresponding week in for
mer years were:
Portland. Ren (fie Tim
1BOO ..XI. 606.879 Sl.55S.8t7 S JMO RM
J0l 218.722 2.13S.012 1.238,019
1902 2.790.600 3.053,249 1.240.190
1903 3.347.253 8.533,274 2.193,8071
w a.BOT.SW) 4.6S1.627 2.244.963
Dally Treasnrr Statement.
WASHINGTON. Jan. 21. Today's statement
of the Treasury shows:
Available cash balance J135.SS1.561
Gold
. 39.543,837
NEW YORK BANK STATEMENT.
Large Increase In Loans Probably Due to
Syndicate Bqrrowlng.
NEW TORK. Jan. 21. The Financier, dis
cussing the weekly bank statement.! says:
xne statement showed a good balance, the
I sum of the gain in loans and o' cash being
I only S25T.900 rreater than the (no-.V in
Tfae expSLJ13loa ,n , 6, 474 700
was most llkelr larrelr due n miiini.
was most likely largely due to syndicate bor
rowing, though the principal banks were al
most daily in the market with offerings
loans at call, some considerable portion of
which must have been placed: possibly also
the rates for collateral loans for fixed periods
may have induced borrowing by stock ex
change operators If not by commission houses,
fiie latter, however, to a moderate extent The
cash galas were doubtless augmented through
sub-treasury operations, including the return
to the banks from Washington cf the pro
ceeds of National bank note redemptions which
have latterly been quite large The move
ment of currency from the Interior also con
tributed to the cash gala.
The statement only partially reflected the
surrender of 10 per cent of the public deposits
under the November call, which matured last
week, the reduction In this item being only
$1,552,600 compared with the previous week.
Interior banks have, however, effected sur
render of their quotas of public funds through
their New Tork correspondents. That the state
ment was favorable, considered from the buy
ers point of view, goes without raying. Lend
ers, however, regarded It as unfavorable for
the reason that It contributed to greater mone
tary congestion.
Comparisons show that eight banks expanded
loans by $32,600,000 net; five banks gained
$9,400,000 net cash. One of the banks showed
an Increase of $15,000,000 in loans.
The statement of averages of the clearing
house banks of this city for the week shows-.
Increase.
Loans .......
$1,008,811,500
1.1G3.S15.200
$34,474,700
Deposits
44.633.100
69.400
1.909.900
S. 438.400
10.43S.300
11.163.775
723.473
1.112. COO
circulation .... .
4Z.4Kt.700
Legal tenders
90.657.S00
224.692. E00
314.6S7.C0O
290.953.SOO
23.733.S00
28.979,250
Specie
neserve
"Reserve required....
Surplus
ex-u. t. depones..
Decrease.
LIVESTOCK MARKET.
Prices Quoted at Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday.
Receipts at the Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday were S00 sheep. 250 hogs and 100
cattle. The following prices were quoted at
the yards:
CATTLE Best Eastern Oregon steers, $4
$4.23; cows and heifers. $3g3.23. v
HOGS Best large, fat nogs, ja.oo; black and
China fat $4.3034.73.
SHEEP Best Eastern Oregon and Valley,
$4.25S4.50.
EASTERN LIVESTOCK.
Trices and
Receipts at
Omaha
and
Chicago.
SOUTH OMAHA. Jan. 21. Cattle Receipts.
200: market, nnchanged.
Hold Receipts, 6500; market, shade higher;
heavy. $4.6034.70; mixed. $4.i34.eo; lignt.
$4.45tf4.62H: Pigs. $3.754J4.40; bulk of sales,
$4.5584.624.
Sheen Receipts. 14O0; market, easy: west
ern yearlings. $5-2536.40; wethers. $3g5.tM;
ewe. $4.25423.40: lambs. $S.50S7.50.
CHICAGO. Jan. 21. Cattle Receipts. 200;
eteady: good to prime steers, $3.7566.25; poor
to medium. $3.73g3.60: stockers and feeders.
S234jf4.25: cows. $1.23g4.40; heifers. $2Q5.10;
canners, $L25B2.43; duus, $--1004; calves.
$3.907.
Hogs Receipts today. 13,0(X Monday, 40,000;
strong and firm; mixed ands butchers, $4,439
4.65; good to choice heavy, $4.62H&4.70;
rough heavy. $4.4594.53; light $4.40C4.37U;
bulk of eales. $4.5064.60. ,
Sheep Receipt?, 2000; sheep, steady, firm;
good to choice wethers, $343.50; fair to choice
mixed. $484.90; Weera sheep. $4.2323.50:
native lambs, $3.7367-23; western lambs, $5.76
e7.65.
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW TORK. Jan. 21. The market for cof
fee, futures closed unchanged to only 5 points
higher at the close, which was -steady In
tone. Sales. 5LO00 bags. Including: March,
7.6087.65c: May. 7.90fJ7.ft5c; July, 8.10c; Sep
tember, 8.33c: October, 8.40c; December, 8.50c.
Spot Rio. quiet; No. invoice, 5T4,c: mild,
quiet; Cordova. 10.13c
Sugar Raw, strong; refining. 4c; centri
fugal. 95 test, BUc; molasses. 4 He Refined.
Arm: crushed, $65; powdered, $6.25; granu
lated. 56.13.
New Tork C el tan Market. .
'NEW TORK. Jan. 2L Cotton futures closed
5g6 points lower. January, 6.66c; February,
6.B0C; March. 6.73c; April, .T8c; May, 6.81c;
June, e.S5c; July. 690c
Westlnghouse Elec.
CURED FRUITS ARE FIRM
BUT DEMAND AT SAN FRANCISCO
' . RULES QUIETl -J
Prunes of Forty, Fifty and Sixty Sizes
Wanted for Export Apples
Are Weaker.
SAN -FRANCISCO, Cal.. Jan. 21. Special.)
Nearly all lines of cured fruits are firm.
but the market Is quiet and without special
features. Stocks of peaches are very loir.
The outward movement of prunes continues
stow but steady. Forties, fifties and sixties are
wanted chiefly for export Small sixes are
still In demand. Raisins are qulef but the
market la not settled and active Spring trade
is expected.
The local grain market was of a holiday
characterowing to the removal of the ex-
hange to the superb new ball which was
dedicated with appropriate ceremonies AH
spot business In cereals was at a standstill and
cash quotations were unchanged. A few sales
of wheat and barley options were made at
advanced prices. Hay and feedstuffs were
quiet
The apple market, while not quotably lower.
has a much weaker tone. Stocks have accu
mulated as buyen are not inclined to pay the
lately advanced prices and liberal receipts are
expected next week. Oranges are slow, de
spite the reduced price. All large dealers
complain of lightness cf trade, which is at
tributed to unfavorable weather for some time
past
Aside from extra fancy potatoes, which are
In light supply and firm, the market for that
product Is dragging, and easy, the lately ad
vanced prices having checked the demand.
Onloc9 are very firm.
Butter Is higher for.best grades. Cheese Is
steady. Eggs are weaker. Receipts: 31,800
pounds of butter, 1500 pounds of cheese and
14.000 dosen eggs.
vtiutrrABLES-Garlic, sgioc; green peas.
46c: string beans. &10c; tomatoes. $11.50;
egg plant 88 10c
POULTRY Turkey gobblers, 2 03 22c; roost
ers, old, $4. COg5 : do young, $3.5OC50; broil
ers, small. $2.503; large. $303.50; fryers.
$4.50&3.&0; hens. 34.60S6.50; ducks, old, $4.50
63.50: do young. $637.
CHEESE Young America, ll4S"24e; East
ern, 13915c
BUTTER Fancy creamery, 23c; creamery
seconds. 21c; fancy dairy, 20c; dairy sec
onds, 19c
EGGS Store, 24ff25c: fancy ranch, 274c
"WOOL-Lambs, l&318c
TLVY-viieat $19613; whe and oats. $io
I; barley. $94111 r alfalfa. $9811.50; clover, $
14
60; stock. $37; straw. 45653c.
MILLFEED Bran, $19.50g20.50; middlings.
$25823.
HOPS 1904, 27630c
FRUIT Apples, choice, $1.75; do common.
COc; bananas. 75c6-$2.50; Mexican limes. $4.50
J5; California lemons, choice, $2.50; do com
mon, $1; oranges, navels, 12; pineapples.
$1.5063.
POTATOES Early Rose. .$1.3001.43: River
Burbanks, 65690c; River reds. 53663c: Salinas
Burbanks. $131.45: sweets, 90c$1.05; Oregon
Burbanks. S0c6$1.30.
RECEIPTS Flour. 7200 quarter sacks: bar
ley, 2&55 centals; wheat 2SS4 centals: beans.
2CO sacks; com. 1SS centals; potatoes, 4000
sacks; bran. 8900 sacks: middlings, 555 sacks;
hay, 1C60 tons; wool, 2S bales; hides, 437.
MARKET WITHOUT SUPPORT.
Gradual "Weakening- of Price In the Chi
cago Wheat Pit.
CHICAGO. Jan. 21. Weakness in the wheat
market developed early In the session, and to
ward the close all semblance of support was
lacking. Influenced by a strong market at
Liverpool, opening quotations showed slight
gains. May being up 4jSc at $1.15461.15.
For a time a leader of the bulls supported
the market, but there were few purchasing or
ders from other sources. Pit traders were
moderate sellers. Toward the end of the first
hour offrings Increased considerably and, with
no Improvement in the demand, the market
gradually weakened. Domestic news was gen
erally favorable to the bears. Cash markets
at all grain centers were very dull. The low
point on May for the session was reached at
$1.13T. The market closed weaK with aiay
at $1.146-1.14K.
The action of the wheat market was the
'principal factor in the corn pit May opened
unchanged to a shade lower at 444645c. and
closed at 4444J444c
The volume of trading in cats was exceed
ingly small and, following the action of other
cTains. lower prices prevailed. May closed
U6Sc down at 3O630Tic
Provisions were firm on covering by shorts.
At the close May pork was up 2jc at $12.77;
May lard was up 7H610c at $3.9386.974;
ribs were 5c higher at 30.7566.774.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
WHEAT.
OpenA High. Low. Close.
fav 11.134 $1.1334 $1.13T4 $1.14
July 9S?i .9S4 .97T .97H
CORN.
Januarr 42 .424 .42 .42
May 44H .43 .44H .44
July 45H .45 .43
June 304 .305, .SO .SUJi
OATS.
January t .SOU .3074 .30l .30'i
May 31 .3i".s
July 31 .31, .30 .Mt
MESS PORK.
January . ...12.53
127i
12. SO
12.33
12.75
12.57H
32.771$
May
12.75
LARD.
January
May ...
July ...
0.674 6.75
6.674
6.75
6.90 6.974
6.87
571,
0.9TU
. 7.00 7.074
.00
7.074
SHORT RIBS.
January 6.50 6.53 6.50
May e-i-vs j.i-V4
July 6.S74 6.92H: 6.874
Cash quotations were as follows:
U.UZ54
Flour Easy; Winter patents, f5.1O25.20:
straights, $1.S0S3; Spring patents. $535.50;
straights. $4.5084.90; bakers', $3.604?3.80.
Wheat No. 2 Spring $1.12gl.l4H: No. 3.
$1.0291.13; No. 2 red. ?1.15T401.1SS4.
Corn No. 2, 42Jc; No. 2 yellow. 43c.
Oats No. 2. 3054c: No. 2 white. 314S2t;c:
No. 3 white. 3048314c
Rye No. 2L 75c.
Barley Good feeding, 37c; fair to choice malt
ing. 4324 Sc.
Flaxseed No. 1, $1.15; No. I Northwestern,
$1.214.
Timothy seed Prime. $2.30.
Mess pork Per barrel, $12.534312.60. "
Lard Per 100 pounds. $6.75.
Short ribs sides Loose, $6.2506.50.
Short clear sides Boxed, $6.5036.024.
Clover Contract grade, $12.73.
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels
Wheat, bushels
Com, bushels ..
Oats, bushels ..
Rye. bushels ...
Barley, bushels
S1.40O
148,000
3I1.0GO
123,300
3.200
63,500
29.200
113.600
94.700
3.9O0
24.900
Grain and Produce at New Tork.
NEW TORK, Jan. 21. Flour Receipts. 22,
200 barrels: exports, 12,600 barrels. Dull and.
barely steady; Winter patents. $5.5035.65;
Winter straights. $5.235.40; Minnesota pat.
ents. $5.8036.20; Minnesota bakers, $4.3&S4.63;
Winter low grades. $3.4594.10.
Wheat Receipts, 2900 bushels; exports. 40.-
0C0: sales. 2.600.000 bushels futures. .Spot
barely steady; No. 2 red, nominal elevator.
$1.19 t. o. b. afloat; No. 1 Northern Duluth.
$1.234 f. o. b. afloat; No. 1 bard Manitoba.
$1.114 f. o. b. afloat Options opened higher
on firm. Liverpool cables, but later yielded on
liquidation and absence of bull support closing
HSIKc net lower, except September, which
closed Uc higher on a late scare of shorts.
May $1.1401.14 15-16. closed $1.144; July .$1.02
C1.02S. closed $1.0:; beptemotr tM493c.
closed 95c.
Hops Steady. State common to choice 1904.
291137c: 1903. 3003.1c : olds, 14c. Paclflc Coast
1904. 29336c; 1003, 30033c: olds. 1417c
Hides Firm. Galveston, 20925 pounds. 18c;
California, 21923 pounds. 19c: Texas dry, 249
30 pounds. 144c.
Wool Firm. Domestic fleece, 32835c
Grain at San Frucisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 2L Wheat and bar-
lev firm.
Spot quotations Wheat: Shipping. $1.4749
1.524: milling, fl.fi391.tu. Baney: reeo.
31.16481.174; brewing. $1.18491.20. Oats:
Red. $1.4091.53; white. $1.42491.574: black.
11.5381.65.
Call-board sales Wheat May. $L464; De
cember. $L304. Barley, May, $i.is; Decem
ber, 97c Cora. large yellow, $1.236 1-30-European
Grata Markets.
LONDON. Jan. 2L Wheat cargoes oa pas-
).Wilin
g5Hopk
Established
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Room 4, Ground Floor
sage, buyers Indifferent: English country mar
kets, quiet but steady.
LIVERPOOL. Jan. 21. Wheat firm: wheat
and flour In Paris, quiet: French country mar
kets, dull; weather' In England, fine but cold.
Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. Jan. 21. The market for
evaporated apples is without change. Com
mon are quoted at 4tj34c. prime at 5&34c,
and choice at 7c
Prunes are not In large supply, but the de
mand Is steady and the market shows little
Immediate tendency toward Improvement
though holders are not offering concessions.
Quotations range from 2f?5c according to
grade.
Apricots are In steady- demand and firmly
held with choice quoted at Rei04c. extra
choice at ll(?12c. and fancy at 1215c.
Peaches also are moving out in a moderate
way with choice holdings around 94c, extra
choice 10HS10XC and fancy, ll412c
Metal Markets.
NEW YORK, Jan. 21. There was no per
ceptible change in the metal market. Copper
continues firm, with lakeheld at 15.50c. elec
trolytic at 13.37H15.50c and casting at 15
15.25c Tin is reported steady at 23.50 30c
"Lead; firm. 4.604N.70C Spelter, quiet, at 6.20
36.20c Iron Is firm with no shading of con
sequence reported.
Dairy Produce at Chicago.
CHICAGO. Jan. 21. On the produce ex
change today the butter market was steadier.
Creameries; 1929c; dairies. 18424c
Eggs Firmer at mark, cases Included. 19
23c: firsts, 23c: prime firsts. 23c; extras, 27c.
Cheese Steady, 11 12 c.
Wool at St. LouU.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 21. Wool, nominal. Me
dium grades, combing and clothing. 23?29c;
light fine. l&S224c; heavy fine. 1418c: tub
washed, 27g41c.
QIVEJI LOVING-CUP.
President W. M. Ladd, of Y. M. C.
I , ' .
m., uivcn ioKen or esteem.
"W". 1L Ladd, who ten years ago last
night became president of the Y. M. C.
A., was presented with a handsome loving-cup
last evening. The gift was from
the members of the board of directors
and executive force, and the presentation
was made at Mr. Ladd's home. The loving-cup
waa presented to Mr. Ladd by
Robert Livingstone, who in a brief - ad
dress spoke of the faithful and earnest
work which Mr. Ladd had rendered the
organization, j y
Ready for Artillery.
Company II added another victory to Its
indoor baseball record last evening at the
Armory by defeating Company C with a
score of 30 to 10. At the first the game
promised to be a hotly contested affair,
but "C" showed team weakness and soon
the last year's champions were snowing
their score deeply under.
Austin for "H showed up In the
pitcher's box as he did last season, put
ting 13 men out at the bat and gave no
one a base on balls, while Pugh, of "C,"
struck out six and walked rive of "H's"
men.
A feature of the game was a home-
run in the seventh Inning.
Austin. Cramer. Smith and Ruffner did
the best batting, for "H," and "West, Le
Lewes and Cotterman for "C."
The winning of last night's game places
"H and the Battery on an even footing,
each having won two games and lost
Batteries: "H," Austin and Doble; "C,"
Pugh and Cotterman.
Score by innings.
H 5 2 1 4 3 7 6
C 1 1 0 0 0 1 2
2 30
4 110
AT THE HOTELS..
THE PORTLAND
K G Bash, Or CltylW W Caurey, X T
C E Bash.. Or CltytA G Dunn and wife.
A W Burrell, Oaklndi Seattle
J. Greenberg. NT H B Hopkins. X T
W Rampton, Pocatel
F G Wood and wife.
Mr and Mrs Jos Jef
Belllngham
ferson. Jr. New T
D Lipman, Seattle
W W Jefferson, do
H B Black, and wife.
Miss F Paget, do
USA
H C Smart. do
A Baer. San Francis
B Rosenfeld. S F
S D Campbell, Butte
J F Nicholson. Chics
Mr and Mrs Freund,
E Kendfll, Agt Lewie
Morrison
J L McDonell and wf,
New Tork
H G Ayre, Baker. C
E B McDanlel, Baker
T E Pearce. Baker C
Astoria. Or
G J Well, Buffalo
F D Smith. Baker C.
J O Green, Chicago
lO M Burke, Baker C
W V R Powls. Illlnoii
Mr and Mrs A Esberg,
C Fletcher. S F
San Francisco
H Llndsey, S F
E L Mlms and wife,
Tonopah, Neb
W Rosenblatt S F
W C Hover. Ohio
C W Hawkhurst. E F
W F Mullen. Indpls
J Balmer and family.
K Gould, N T
New Tork
P L Campbell. Eugen
Mrs Lockett, New T
A G Clarke, Glendale
W J Vandeveer. N T
E E Redfleld. Glendl
Miss J Balmer, N T
J E Enyart Medford
Miss I Balmer. N T
A Hanenass. Spokne
T C Smith, Jr. Salem
G Gillespie, a f
Mrs Mac rum, city
G Hightower. Louisvi
:C H Pomeroy, Seattle
C B Haraden, Skagw
H Karm, Seattle
M Gilbert S F
E Hobson, Astoria
E C Schouel. St PauliR Llnderjierger. Asto
E R MacDoElWd. B C J H Alhert, Salem
B B Hinkley. N Y
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W M Pollock, For Gj
Mrs Pollock. do
Mrs McCurdy. Gr Rap
Mrs Laughlln, L Grn
L J Palmatur, HUlsbj
W H Ahrce, 'do
Mrs Brooks. La Gran
Mrs- Wadsworth. Seat
S Patterson. Duluth
Mm. Ahree. do
F D Butcher, city
1M S Smth. Cascad
Aaron Fox. Troutdalel Edwin Sharpe. Tacm
M Somner, Seattle III T Nolan, T Dalles
J A Layeock, John Di J E Thornton. Ashln
Mrs Lavcock. John DlA L Bratten. Ashland
W K Newell, Dllley 1H Blackman, Heppnr
Ed Brown, B IW M Colvig, Jacksnv
Mrs Brown, do JC J Christopher.
F A Anderson. Bcllln! St Louis
3Irs Anderson, do J Mrs Christopher,
Catherine Endley, 1 St. Louis
Belllngham
F N Splcer, Antelope
C E Gaddia. Rosebrg
E C Classo, Antelope
N W McComber. Chic
C A Jamison, Rosebg
Mrs Jamison. Rosebrg
S L Payne. Vale
J A Hilton, Vale
Mrs A T Kelllher, Sa.
E Hofer, Salem
lem
Mrs J M Sale. AstolE li Smith, Fossil
N C McLeod. Elgin Clyde Glass. Fossil
H V Gates. HlllsboroiL M Morris, Fossil
Mrs Gates. HUlsborolG Edlund. Ashland
A E Glng. Ilwaco J E McBrlde. Ashland
John Erlckson, AstoP S Coffin. Roseburg
E Clanton, T Dalles, F L Darrow, S F
Grace Lundy, ArltngtlJ B Crostield. 1903
Mrs Cadwell, ArllngtiW T Sherry. T Dalls
L B Hudson, Coburg iMra A Reed. Lautrll
Mrs Hudson. CoburglH L Swaggart. Pendl
A Bradburn, AntelpeJM Thatcher, For Gro
S E McCurdy. G RapaB F Mulkey, Ashland
THE IMPERIAL.
Dr t W Harris, Eugn'E E Porter and wife.
E A Holmes and I urass auey
wife. Wallula C r snepara, Asniana
Mrs M K Hall. La Gr
May Hemenway. Eugl
Sam White. Baker C!
Benton Bowers, Ashltl
C D Jessup, Salem
W L Robb, Astoria
C S Moore, Salem
F R Swaney. La Grnd
B Van Dusen. Astoria
G B Johnson. Rainier
R B "Fleming. Salem
A L Berkly and wife.
Chicago
Phil Metschan. Jr..
Herpner
L Ewers and wife. BFi
E H Test. Ontario
S 8 Theller, John D
E W Davis. La Grnd;
C T Bown. La Grand
W J Church. La Grn
F D JlcCulIy, Joseph
F W Walton. Salt L
A B McEwln, Athena
J E Pelton, Ashland
Mrs Smith. Pendleton
S B Huston. HlllsbroMlss Smith. Pendlton
Mrs Huston. do v alter Lyon, indepna
n A stnmhv. Salem 'S L Hays. Corvallls
J C Badham. N T 1 John Fulton, Corvallis
C H. Hinges. Salens J J H" Dobbin. Joeeph
Geo Dunsford. SalemjE F Falrchlld, San Fr
A T Walt and wlfe.lW F Zwlek. Seattle
8ale IJ A Finch, Salem
ins
1893
Chamber of Commerce
F 31 Brown and wlfe.jB H Earle. S Carolina
Salem ,
.THE ST. CHARLES.
Chaa Curtis, Vancuvrjllrs P G Smith. Newb
Ira Crawford iG Randall, New Era'
A Bradshaw IE P Parker, Astoria
A J Blgham, VancouvjA. Nelson. "Walla "Wal
P A Frakes, ScappoosL Llvengood. Beavrt
J H Thornton, city D A Mclntyre
F L wotsier. Sprlngflj
B C Scott, do
M KIntzley. do
J L VIckers. Ft Stvns
E F Transue, do
C R Cope, do
Jas Stltt, do
G R Mathers. G Vally
J M Blackburn, N-
Yamhill
J v Doran. do
D H Thomas,
E F Shortlldge,
Marshland
Mrs Shortlldge,
Marshland
Ed Carraw, Rainier
W F Meacharn. do
John Bystearn, do
C L Ransh. do
E Ertkson. do
F Kupec. do
H Watson. do
R A Parish. do
L W Leach, do
O Jorgehson, do
W S Conner. Heppnr
Alma Mitchell, Hillsb
C C Small. Salem
J T Peterson. "Wiscons
F A Dieckhoff, Kelso
Mrs Dieckhoff, Kelso
O Ock'erman, Kelso
R J Owen. Astoria
F W Hudson. Eugena
R E Keatley. Allover
W G Chance, Tillmok
Geo Chance. Tillmofc
J A Larson, do
Frank Andrews TUlra
J F Bowman, Newbgi
THE SCOTT.
"Wm Brown. S F IW S Lea. Pittsburg
E M Stein, S F
Mrs G E McConnle,
J E Dott and wife,)
fcpolcane
Seattle IP 1 Wood. Spokane
S J Mahl. Seattle H Schlegen. Spokane
Miss C Thompson, IS Jacobs, N Y
Belllngham IT Jourdan and wife,
John Leister, Pa San Gabriel. Cal
H Aspden. Pa H N Kennedy. St PI
Chas Boyse and wIfe,L E Staker. S F
Tacoma lM G Flyn.'Phllomath
M J Lynch. Tacoma G Bultman, St Paul
"W C Hayden, St Paul
Tacoma Hotel, Tacoma.
American plan. Kates, $3 and up.
f Hotel Donnelly, Tacoma.
First-class restaurant in connection.
SMITH At bis late residence. 460 Grand ave
nue. January 21, 1903, Wilbur F. Smith,
aged 37 years, 7 months and T daya,
N. W. HALSEY & CO.
BANKERS
NEW YORK. SAX FRANCISCO.
CHICAGO.
We are pleased to announce that we
have extended our facilities for serving
our friends and the public generally by
establishing an office In San Francisco,
at the corner of California and Sansome
streets, where we "will be represented by
MR. CYRUS PEIRCB, for many years
successfully engaged in the business of
investment banking In Philadelphia.
With nearly twenty years active expe
rience in the purchase and sale of high
grade Railroad, Government, Municipal
and Corporation Bonds, ample capital,
affiliations with some of the largcit East
ern financial institutions and an intimate
knowledge of the entire Western portion
of the country we are in a position to.
purchase outright entire issues of sea
soned bonds and to supply investment
needs of financial institutions and private
Investors.
We shall engage in a general banking
business and solicit deposits of funds
awaiting investment, upon which interest
will be allowed, but will not receive active
accounts.
Correspondence and personal interviews
invited.
N. W. HALSEfiT & CO.
California and Sansome streets.
San Francisco.
January 1. 1905.
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