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THE .SU1DAX OBEGONLOT, VOlZTtiAm), MARCH 5, 1905.
HOP POOL FORMED
Yakima Growers Withdraw
WANT 35 CENTS OR BETTER
Farmers Believe. Conditions at Pres
ent Warrant Better Prices Than
Dealers Offer Five Thou
sand Bales Held.
NORTH TAKIMA. Wash., Mareh 4. (Spe
cial ) Tlic hopfrrowera of Yakima, wbo are
till holding their 190 crop, met here today,
and declared themselves on the hop situation.
They unanimously decided to hold for 35 cents '
or better. This agreement trill last for an In
definite period, or until the price goes up to
There are yet 5000 bales is the hands of the
growers of Yakima- Some of them stated at
the meeting today that they -would not sell at
S5 cents. This meeting was called after long
consideration of the question, the "holders be
ll erlng the market at present warrants a. bet
ter price than Is offered by the buyers, and Is
meant to encourage the growers who are still
holders In Oregon and "Western Washington.
Offers to Growers.
WOODBURN. Or.. March 4. Specials
There Is more activity ehown in the hop mar
ket and nearly all dealers have orders at 24
cents, Meucke. of Aurora, sold 100 bales to
Dorcas at 24 cents and numerous offers have'
been made to growers at this figure. Plncus
t Sons report New York firmer and the Jura
tion market higher.
Grain, Hour, Iced, ' Etc
All the cereal market are quiet and steady.
There is very little demand for wheat and no
selling pressure on the part of farmers. Hay
Is dull and weak with large oSerings. Flour
end mlllfeed are strong.
WHEAT "Walla Walla, S6c; bluestem, 82c;
Valley. S7c per bushel.
FLOUR Patents. $4.0004.85 per barrel;
artralghts, 54.S0g4.45; clears. $3.&54; Valley,
S4.1U4.2S; Dakota hard wheat; S0.5037.SO;
Graham. $3.504?4; whole wheat. $484.25; rye
flour, local, $6; Eastern. $5&5.10; commeal,
per case, $1.90.
BARLEY Feed. $23 per ton; rolled. $242S.
OATS No. 1 white, $LS51.40; gray, 51.40
1.45 per cental.
MILLSTUFF6 Bran. $19.50 per ton; mid
dlings. 525: shorts. S22: chop. U. S. Mills. SID:
linseed dairy foods. 518: linseed ollmeal. car
lots. $29 per ton: less than car lota, 530 per
CEREAL FOODS Rolled oats, cream. Im
pounds sacks, 56.75; lower grade, 5536.25; oat.
meal, steel cut, 60-pound tucks, $8 per barrel:
10-pound taicki. 54.25 per bale; oatmeal
(ground), 60-pound sacks, 57.50 per barrel; 10.
sound sacks. 54 per bale: aolit peas. S4 per
100-pound sack; 25-pound boxes. 51.16; pearl
barley, per loo pounds; impound coxes,
XI. 25 per box; pastry flour, 10-pound sacks,
Z2.60 per bale.
HAY Timothy, $1416 per ton; clover, $119
i.; train, iiy.ii; cneax, i4fia.
Batter, Eggs, Poultry, Etc.
Eggs are moving off well at a steady price,
Chicken receipts yesterday were somewhat too
large for the demand and the market weak'
ened. All the arrivals were not disposed of at
the close of the day. Butter was quoted firm
yesterday, as the advance at San Francisco has
shut off shipments from that quarter. Receipts
from the country, however, are good and give
signs of further Increase.
EGGS Oregon ranch. 17c per dozen.
BUTTER City creameries: Extra creamery.
S2',c per pound; fancy creamery. 30c. State
creameries: Fancy creamery, 2T'i30c; store
CHEESE Full cram twins, new, 14815c;
old. 13c; Americas, 14&15&C
POULTRY Fancy hens. 14Q14V4C; old hens.
12ij13c: mixed chickens. 12S12Hc; old roost
ers. 10llc; do young, HHS12c: Springs,
1H to 2-pound, 17llc: broilers, 1 to im
pound. 22625c; dressed chickens. 1415c;
turkeys, alive, lC17c: do dressed, poor, 17
18c. do choice, 2022Hc; geese, live, per
pound. S6Hc; do dressed, per pound, 10llc;
ducks, old, SS.S09; do young, as to size. 59
10, pigeons, Jltfl.25; squabs, 325T2.50.
Vegetables, fruit. Etc.
There were no carlot arrivals of produce
yesterday. Business was very active until well
Into the afternoon. Sweet potatoes are becom
ing scarce as dealers are ordering sparingly,
recent receipts having been in bad cosdition.
Oranges show -considerable firmness.
VEGETABLES Turnips, 51 per sack; car
rots. 51.25; beets, 51.25; parsnips. 51.50: cab
bage, California, IVic; lettuce, hothouse, 23c
per dozen; parsley, 25o dozen; tomatoes, 52.75
per crate; cauliflower, 52 per crate; egg plant,
1015c per pound; celery, 53.253.60 per crate;
peas, 10c per pound; peppers, 25c per pound;
ONIONS Fancy, S2.40S2.60. buying price.
POTATOES Oregon tfancy. S53O0c; com
mon. 60ig'75c buyers price; Merced sweets, 1H
&lc; new California. Sc per pound.
RAISINS Loose Muscatels, 4-crown, 7c;
l.layer Muscatel raisins, 7c; unblcacbod seed
less Sultanas, C5ic; London layers, 3-crown,
whole boxes of 20 pounds. 51.85; i: -crown. 51.75.
DRIED FRUIT Apples, evaporated, CffGfc'j;
per pound; sundried, sacks or boxes, none;
apricots, 10llc; peaches, i&10'-jc: pears, none;
prunes, Italians, 4fif5c; French, 2&S3c; figs,
California blacks, ojc; do white, none; Smyr
na, 20c; Kard dates. 6c; -plums, pitted. Cc
DOMESTIC FRUITS Apples, 4-Uer Bald
wins. 51.2591.50; SplUenbergs, 5L752; cook
ing, 75000c; figs. $S5c$2.30 per box; cran
berries. 512.60 per barrel.
TROPICAL FRUITS Lemons, fancy. 52.759
S.75; choice, 52.75 per box; oranges, standard,
51 4532; fancy. 5-32.25: mandarins. 60965o
per box; umsunnca. iL-wu- per ix; grape
fruit, $2.7533 per box; bananas, S&5&C per
Groceries, Nuts, Etc
COFFEE Mocha. 2tJ2Sc; Java, ordinary, 10
Cj20c, Coeta Klca, fancy. lS02Oc; good. 100
iSc. ordinary. lO012o per pound: Columbia
reset, cases. 100s. 513.SS; 60s, $13.83; Ar-
cuckie. l.fct: iicn. i.ea.
RICE Imperial Japan. No. 1. $5.37H; South,
em Japan. 3.60; Carolina, 4fe0Cc; brokenhead,
SALMON Columbia River. 1-pound talis.
51.75 per dozen: 2-pounds tails. $2.40; 1-pound
fiats. 5LS5: fancy, laiii-pound fiats. 51.80:
impound flats, $1.10; Alaska pink, 1-pouna
laiia. tc; reo, x-pouna laus, fcociejez,
1-DOund tals. 51.85.
SI' GAR Sack basis, 100 pounds: Cube, $0.40;
pondered. $6.16; dry granulated, $6.05; extra
O. $5 65; golden C, 55.4ft; fruit sugar. $6.05. ad
ance ever sack basis as fololws: Barrels, 10c;
half-barrels. 25c: boxes. 60c per 100 pounds.
(Terms: On remittance within 15 days, deduct
mc per pound: u later wan 10 cays ana within
Si days, deduct Mc per pound; no discount
after 30 days.) Best sugar granulated. S5.b3
per 100 pounds; maple sugar, 160180 per
SALT California. $11 per ton. 51.60 per bale.
Liverpool, 60a. $17; lOOfi. 516.60; 200s, $16;
half.irround. 1006. 57: 60s. 57.50.
NUTS Walnuts. 1351c per pound by sack, le
xtra for leas man eacx; razu nutsioc; m.
beru. He; pecans. Jumbos, 14c: extra large.
15c: almonds. L X. L.. 10ie: chestnuts. Ital.
tans, 15c; Ohio, $4.50 pier 25-pound drum; pea
nuts, raw, 7e per pound; roasted, 9c; pine-
nuts, ivo itsc; nic&ory sua, 4 c; cocoa nets,
S5Sr90c per dozen.
BEANS Small white. 4c; large white. Sfcc;
Vina. S'ac. cayou. kc; xama, true
GASOLINE Stove gasoline, cases, 23 Vic; Iron
barrels. 17c; 86 deg. gasoline, cases, Xte; iron
barrels or drums, 26c.
i-OAL OIL Cases. 2114c; Iron barrels. 15c:
wood barrels, none; 63 deg.. cases, 22c; iron
barrels. ISfec; Washington State test burning
oils, except neaaugnt, fee per gallon higher.
LINSEED OIL Raw. barrels. S6c: cases. 61c
Be1 led: Barrels, CSc; cases. 65c; lc lea in 250-
TURPENTINE Cases. 65c: barrels. Sic
WHITE LEAD Ton lots. 7Hc; 500-pound
iota. 3ic; less man Kvpouna lots, &c
. Meals and Provisions.
EBEF Dressed, bulls, 3?4c; cows. SfeSSc;
country steers, taovtc.
MUTTON Dressed, 607o per pound.
VEAL ureesea. iw to 12a. 707HC per
pouna;i xo iw b-sc; ana up, i:t-tc
xwvx. rrwrvi, &v Atfv. 17:50c per pvuna
150 and ud. TtiTVic
HAMS Ten to 14 pounds. 12&0 per- pound;
14 to 16 pounds, 12 Vic; IS to 20 pounds, 120 i
California (picnic), Se; cottage hams. Be;
boulders. S&c: boiled ham. 20c; boiled plcme
cam. ooneieev. iic
BACON Fancy breakfast. 16c per pound:
standard breakfast, 14c; choice. 16c: Eaglislt
breakfast. 11 to 14 pounds. 15c; peach bacon; I
lie . 1
SAUSAGE Portland ham, lSc per pouncj
Kiocea nam. juc; aummcr, cooice cry. .it c;
kelogns, lcng S&s; yeinerwurst. Sc; liver, c
pork. 9c; blood. Sc; headcheese, 12 Vic; bolcgna
sausage. l'nvt 4c
DRY SALTED MEATS Regular short clears,
B54c salt. 10 c smoked: clear backs. 9c salt.
10c smoked; Oregon export. 20 to 25 pounds,
average, 10c; salt. llc smoked: clears. SHc
salt. JUiic smokea; clear backs, e; union
buttsL 10 to 18 pounds, average. Sc salt. 9c
PICKLED GOODS Pickled pigs' feet, -bar.
rels, 55; -barrels, 52.75; 15-pound kit. 5L2S;
piouea tnpe. Darrein, 55; -aarreis. x-5;
15-pound kit. 51.25; pickled pigs' tongues,
-barrels, 16; -barrels, S3; 15-pound kits.
SLS0: pickled lambs tongues, -barrels. 59;
barrels. 55.60; 15-pound kits. 52.75.
LAxU &etue-renaered: Tierces, sc; tube.
OSc; 60s. Hc; 20c, Ofcc; 10s, 10c; 5t. 10y,c
Standard pure: Tierces. Sc; tubs, STfce; ouc;
STic; 20s. 9c; 10s. 9c; 6s. 9Hc Compound:
Tieroes. 6c; tubs. fce; 60s, 6Xc; 10s. 7Jic;
6. "54 c
Hops, Wool, Hides, Etc
HOPS 1904. 24S26oSer pound.
"WOOL Valley. 19S2uc per pound: Eastern
Oregon. 12317c; mohair, 25g26c per pound for
HIDES Drr hides. No. 1- 16 pounds and up.
16B15Ac per pound: dry kin. No. 1. S to 1(1
pounds. 12c: dry calf. No. 1 under 5 pounds.
ICc; dry salted bulls and staga. one-third lew
tnan cry cmt; salted hides, steers, sound, 9
Sc,, under 60 pounds and cows, Ojs7ci stags
and bulls, sound. 44c; kip. sound. IS to 20
pounds, 7c; under 10 pounds, Sc; green (un
salted). lc per pound less; culls, lc per pound;
horse hides, salted, $1.502 each; dry. 3101.50
each: colts hides, 25g50c each; goatskins,
common. 10015c each; Angora, with wool en.
TALLOW Prime, per pound, 4C5c; No. 1
and grease, 2XSSc.
Prices Quoted at Portland "Union Stockyards
'Receipts at the Portland Union Stockyards
yesterday were 200 eheep and 200 cattle. Hogs
and cattle are quoted weak and lower. The
following prices were quoted at the yards:
CATTLE Best Eastern Oregon steers, 54;
cows and heifers, 303.25.
HOGS Best largt. fat begs. 56; black and
China, fat. 55.2505.50.
EHEEP Best Eastern Oregon and Valley,
Prices Current at Kansas City, Omaha, and
KANSAS CITY. Mareh 4. Cattle Re
ceipts. S00; market unchanged.
Hogs Receipts, 4000; market 5c higher.
Bulk of sales, 54.8095.00; heavy. 54.050
5.05; packers, 5 4.90 5.00; pigs and light.
Sheep Receipts, 500; market nominally
steady. Muttons, 54.50 5.75 ; lambs. $6,500
7.50; range wethers. $5.00C.t3; fed ewes,
CHICAGO. March 4. Cattle Receipts,
300; market steady. Good to prime steers,
$5.5006.80; poor to medium. $4.00 5.00:
Blockers and feeders, $2.40 ($4.45; cows, 52.50
4.20; heifers. $2.4004.70; canners. $L25
2.75; bulls, $2.254.00; calves. $3.00 7.00.
Hogs Receipts today, 11,000; tomorrow,
40,000; market 5c higher. Mixed and butch
ers. $4.655.10; good to choice heavy. $4.85
5.12; rough heavy, 54.80(35.03; light,
$4.80ff5.00; bulk of sales. $4.9005.10.
Sheep Receipts, 2000; sheep and lambs
steady. Good to choice wethers. $5.25 0
COO; fair to choice mixed, $5.5095.75; "West
ern eheep. $5.5006.00; native lambs. $7,000
7.S0: "Western lambs. $7.50 7.S0.
SOUTH OMAHA. March 4. Cattle Re
ceipts, 100; market unchanged.
Hogs Receipts, 7.000; market 5c higher.
Heavy, $4.854.95; mixed, $4.77 34.85;
light, $4.704.80; pigs. $3.75 04.50; bulk of
sales, $4.77 04.85.
Sheep Receipts, 700; market steady.
"Western yearlings. 55.7506.S5; wethers.
$5.0005.85; ewes, $4.55 5.60; lambs, $6,500
DRXED FRUIT KAT.-KS DECREASED.
Business Interfered "With by Mintwinm Car
SAN FRANCISCO. Cal.. March 4. (Special.)
In the opinion of some shippers, the 40,000
pounds minimum carload has reduced the
amount of easiness In California cured fruits
since the beginning of the year about 20 per
cent. Orders are naturally small at this time
of year and many dealers refuse to take as
much as 40,000 pounds. This la one reason why
the market remains quiet. Apricots and
peaches are firmer, with stocks very low.
Evaporated apples also tend upward. There Is
some awakening In prunes, but nothing ma
terial has happened. Raisins are Inactive and
quotations axe occasionally shaded to keep
Fresh fruits show & fair measure of activity.
The continued warm weather has Increased the
eale of oranges and strengthened prices, espe
cially for fancy navels, whieh are temporarily
scarce. About seven carloads are already be
spoken for Monday's auction, showing that re
ceipts are now Increasing. A carload of fancy
tangerines arrived and relieved the stringency
in that fruit. Tropical fruits were In ample
supply, but moving well. A carload of five-
tier Ben Davis and Baltimore Pippin apples
from "Washington fold readily at $L1C&L25.
Prime potatoes are .firm and advancing. Best
Oregon stock is scarce. New potatoes are In
larger eupply and lower. Fancy onions ore
scarce. Another carload from Oregon sold at
$L25. Asparagus is In larger supply.
Grain was quiet, but prices for all cereals
Butter was firm, but quieter. Cheese was
firm. Eggs were steady. Receipts: 69,300
pounds of butter, 4000 pounds of cheese and
22,300 dozen eggs.
VEGETABLES Garlic 810c; green peas,
6010c; string beans, nominal; asparagus, 50
11c; tomatoes, 75cS$1.50; egg plant. 20c
POULTRY Turkey gobblers, 19920c; roost'
ers. old. $55.50; do young, $S.G07: small.
$303.60; large, $404.60; fryers, $5.6006; hens.
$506.50; ducks, old. $50; do young. $607.
CHEESE Young America, 1112c; East
BUTTER Fancy crewiiery, 20c; creamery
eeoonds, 25c; fancy dairy, 27c; dairy sec
EGGS Store. 14016c; fancy ranch. 16c
HAY Wheat, $1013.50; wheat and oats, $10
018; barley, $901O; alfalfa, $8010.60; clover.
$7 9: stocks, $G0.i ; straw. 40055c
MILLFEED Bran. $21021.60; middlings, $:
HOPS 1904, 24027c.
FRUIT Apples, choice. $2; do common, 75c:
bananas. 75C052.5O; Mexican limes, $4.60
California lemons, choice. $2.50; do common.
75c: oranges, navel, S5o0$2; pineapples, $204.
POTATOES Early Rose. $L4O0L6O; River
Burbanks, 75c0$l; Rived reds. 65075c; Salinas
Burbanks. nominal; sweets, nominal; Oregon
RECEIPTS Flour, 6500 quarter sacks; bar
ley. 102,571 centals; wheat. 4000 centals; oats.
22,400 centals; bean 1200 sacks; corn. COO
centals: potatoes. 1840 eaeks; middlings. 155
sacks; hay. 223 tons; wool, 63 bales; hides. 291
SAN FRANCISCO. March 4. Official clos
lng quotations for mlnln? stocks today were
Alta $ .04lHale & Norcros.$L40
Alpha Can. .... .12! Justice
Belcher .17)OccldentaI Con..
Bert & Belcher . l.OOJOphlr
Bullion SOjOverzaan -.'
Caledonia ..... .62IPotosl ... .....
Challenge Con... .17tSavage
Chollar liSg. Belcher ...
Confidence 72!Sierr& Nevada . .
cen. Cal. & va.. l.twisiiver Hill
Union Con. . . .
Crown Point. . .
Gould t Curry.
Utah Oec . . .
NEW YORK, March 4. Closing quotations
Adams Con. ...$ .20 Little Chief ...$.00
Alice ... 75tOtarIo 3.75
Brunswick Con.. .04, Phoenix ...
Comstock Tun. . .09,
Con. Cal. & Va..
Horn Silver 1.70
Iron Sliver 2.00
Sma41 Hopes .
Leadville Con... 2.00
BOSTON, March 4. Cleeinr quotations;
Adventure $ 6.O0(Mohawk $ 54.00
Allouez ... . . 22.50iMont. C. & C. .
Amalgamated. 77.75'Old Dominion. 2tJ.se
Am. Zinc ll.OOKJsceoIa 73.09
Bingham .... 32.00
Cat & Hecla . 70.00
Centennial . 18.20
Shannon ..... 7.S0
Tamarack . . .. 126.00
Isle Royal e ...
U. K. Mining.. 4.25
U. S. Oil 9.'
Victoria. . . .
OQlWInena . . .
STRENGTH COMES LATE
STOCK MARKET HESITATING FOR
MOST OF DAY.
Dealings Are Not Large, as Many
Members are Absent on Account
of the Inauguration.
NEW YORK. March 4. Not much impor
tance was attached to today's stock market.
Dealings were not large and the tone was hesi
tating until the resisting power of the market
was demonstrated. In the final dealings the
demand took on some animation and New York
Central and Union Pacific rose strongly. The
evidence of the culmination of the reaction In
those Inportant stocks had & cheering effect on
the whole market and the closing was firm and
The attraction of the Presidential Inaugura
tion .accounted for & number of absentees from
the floor of the exchange and had its effect
on the shrinkage of business. But there Is
perceptible a growing conservatlsfn in the
views as to advisability of a further rlee In
prices from the level now current.
The reflected Influence from foreign markets
was brighter this morning and there seemed
less apptehenslon over the Immediate outlook
In Itussla. The traditional view of the ex
piration of a Congress, especially where meas
ures viewed with disquietude have been under
consideration, was of some effect In the minds
of professional traders.
The announcement that a settlement had
been effected of the -export grain rate war
was received with great satisfaction as the
length to which this controversy was being
drawn out threatened bad effects on railroad
The weakness of the bank statement seemed
to have been accounted for, and the strength
of the market developed after Its appearance.
The decline in the cash Item was slightly more
than the expectation, but the loan expansion
was regarded on the whole as moderate, con
sidering the magnitude of some of the opera
tions of this week and last figured In the aver
ages. Bankers express the opinion, however,
that money rates may work higher from this
Total cales of bonds, par value, were $2,-
There has been a great deal of unsettlement
in the stock market this week, owing to the
heavy profit-taking sales. The recent specu
lative favorites have undergone wide reac
tions asd this Influence has been sufficient at
times to overcomo that of the strong new fea
tures which have developed in the market.
The result has been a very active but highly
Irrzular market, the volume of business hav
ing risen to the largest slnco the present active
sacculation was Inaugurated. The cnaracier
of fee news has not changed and there can be
nothlnir to Indicate that underlying conditions
of business, industry and money have been
altered. But mlaglvlags have arisen that tne
rate of prices of securities has been more
than commensurate with the improvement
which It has been meant to measure.
Susnlclon has been growing also that some
information industriously circulated during the
last few weeks lacks foundation or has been
Mireeraied for the purposo of lifting prices in
the Interest of speculative holders. This dis
tribution led to a precautionary measure on
tha wart of larce holders of securities oa nar
row margins and with "borrowed money who
tr.r Kimnlv waltlnr to get out 01 tneir noia
lngs at a profit and who had no intention. 01
permanent ownership In securities for the ad
nmisre of tha Income return.
The steady expansion 01 me vaiuo 01
merchandise Imports In connection witn uc
marked shrinkage In our exports Is watched
with attention In Its bearing oa oar future ac
counts to the benefits of rorciga money nw
-nr-rte hue been less active at tne sioc ex
change, but the outside business Is reported to
(iHt s. continued large aosorpuoa. uimw
States 2s advanced at, the 3s U and the new
4s H per cent on call cn the weex.
Sales. High. Low. bid
.A.ICU150& .... -IT ,7J,(7 tTiT inot!
..- n .Til 7-j ora 09
do Dreferred ....... iw "rJ "r
. T.lit, K IOO 1111-. ltO 11
auuuu ww.w." - ---z ;j.:r ,acu iwu
Baltimore It Ohio.... t.ow nn
do Dreferred --
Canadian Pacific .... 7.600 140 lXi4. fWJ
Central of N. J -yy
Chesapeake & onio.. w
Chlcaso & Alton
do preierrea -w o-
Chi Orest "Western.. 000
Chi. & Northwestern. L400 24
Chi!. MIL & St. Paul 6.00 17SH 1T7X. 17i
cnl. Term. & j.-raos.. ...... .... .-
C C C. & St, L....
Colorado & Southern,
100 99 99
100 254 251
200 00 00
200 37 SC
600 191 190Vi
do 1st preferred....
do 2d preferred.....
Delaware & Hudson..
Del.. Lack. 1 West.
Denver & Rio Grande
Erie 8.600 47Ji 41
do 1st preferred.... &fi e-j
do 2d preferred 6.000 71 605
do preferred ...
200 92 V; 92
900 158 158
100 204 23t
Illinois Central ....
Iowa Central .......
Kan. City Southern.
do preferred .....
2M) 66 63 60
Louisville & Nashv.
nivin -wti 1i"li
200 1701 170i 170jt
7.600 84H 83 84U
3,000 12314 122?i 123U
7,700 24 24 24S
Metrop. Securities ..
Metropolitan St. Ry.
ilexican uentrai ...
Minn, et St. Louis..
M.. St. P. & S. 3. M.
200 U4Vi H4VS U4i
Ark nrrrrvv ... ...... ..... 161
Missouri Pacific .... 6.900 109H 10Si 108ifr
Mo., & Texas.. 600 32 31
do preferred 000 65?i
National of Mex. pfd. -
New York Central... 8,100 159
N. Y., Ont. & West.. 300
Norfolk & "Western.. COO S3
do preferred .......
Pennsylvania 10,700 143
p.. a. a & st u
Reading 26,700 95jl
do 1st preferred.... oo ui
do 2d preferred.. 100 00
Rock Island Co 3.400 3
do preferred 400 7ri
6t L. & S. F. 2d' pfd. 2,100 72;
Kt. 1m. southwestern. iw -a
do n referred 100 62ii
Southern Paclflo .... 10,200 69 e9 69H
do preferred 200 liaji, iit
Southern Railway ... 6,900
do preferred 400
Texas & Pacific 12,300
Toledo. St L. & "W.. 300
Co preferred ....
Union Pacific 66,000 134
do preferred 600 100
"Wabash 600 23
do preferred 400 46ts
"Wheeling & L. Erie
"Wisconsin Central .. 300 24H
do preferred ....... 900 S3
Adams .. .....
American ...... .... ...... .....
Amalgamated Copper 14.600 Y7? 77U
Amer. Car & Foundry
American Cotton OH.
do preferred .......
American Ice .......
American Linseed Oil
do preferred .......
Amer. Sm. & Refining 2.400 C1T4 91
in nnr,rru 1 Art 11CL1 11CV. 11B
Amer. Sugar Refining 10,200 14S$ 146H 147V
Am. Tobacco pf. cert 1.000 97V 97fi
Anaoosda Mining Co. 1.000 109Vi lOSt
Brooklyn R. Transit. O.500 66 66 GC
uoioraoo iuei 6; iron -,yu aivk &pa 51
Consolidated Gas ... 10.200 2l2"i 211 212
Corn Products 600 20
do "Preferred 300
National Lead .....
North American ...
100 S4T& 34T
700 102i 102
800 100 10914 lOOH
Pressed Steel Car.... 100 1 38 38 3H
do preferred 100 88 S3 87.
fuuman. trajucc w. ...... 24;
Republic Steel 3,700 19 18 18
BO pniHTttt ....... 1W tt TtHl
Rubber Goods 400 25 25 23
do prefersed . . 95
Term. Coal & Iron... 15.200 s S7
U. S. Leather 200- ll!i 11 lw
do preferred 1.000 104 lOSi 1M
u. d. r.mu ............. .
V. S. Ruisber 200 41 41 41H
do preferred 100 112 112 112
V. a Steel.. 3.100 -36 33 S0
do preferred 8,700 95i 95
co preierrea ....... ...... .r... ie;
Westlnghouse Elec.. 300 181 181 leO
Western Union 400 9S 03H 33?i
Total eeies for the day, 374,700 sharea.
NEW YORK. March 4. Closing quotations
U. S. ret 2s reg.104 i Atchison -Ad j 4s. 07
do" coupon ...1043iD. &. R, G. 4i..l01i
u. a. us reg.;.HMiiKor. racinc ss. 77
1 do 'coupon ,...101 lit do is tMjL... 103
f: sew 4s rex.ia241N. T. Cent.- lets. 100
do coupon ...132H1SO. Pacific 4s... 93
U. a old 4s reg.l04A4lUnlon Pacific 4s. 106
do coupon ...103 H I Wis. Central 4s.
Stocks at loads a.
LONDON, March 4. Consols tor mosey.
90Ul consols for account, GL
Anaconda. ..... OS
Nor. & "Western. S5T
do preferred . . 94
do preferred -105"i
Ont & "Western.. 53 S
Bait. & Ohio ..11IH
Pennsylvania 73 U
Rand Mines .... 10 H
Can. Pacific ...144
Che 1. &. Ohio .. 5 I'm
GL western. 23l
do 1st pref ... 47
do 2d pref ... 46
C. IL z St. P.. 183
So. Railway . 36i
D. & R. O. 33T
do preferred ..1003
do preferred . MH
So. Pacific ...... 71
Union Pacific ..ICS
do 1st pref .. S3H
do 2d pref ... 72 H
do preferred ..101
U. S. Steel 30
do preferred .. 03
do preferred ..47
Illinois Central. 1 62
& N. 147
M.. K. T 32
N. Y. Central ..101
Money. Excfeasre. Etc.
NEW YORK. March 4-Money on call, nom
inal; no loans. Time loans, firm; 60 days.
per cent; 00 days, S03 per cent; six
months. 3U03& per cent. Prime mercantile
paper. 304 per cent.
Sterling exchange firm, with actual business
In bankers' bills at $4.867304.SGS5 for de
mand and at $4.8475 for 60 days. Posted
rates. $4.85H4.87H. Commercial bills, $4,840
Bar silver, 69c
Mexican, dollars. 46c
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds,
LONDON. March 4. Bar silver, quiet.
27 S-lGd per ounce. Money. 2Vr03 per cent.
The rate of discount in the open market for
ehort bills Is 2K02S per cent; the rate of
discount In the opes market for three-months
hills la 2X0254 per cent.
BAN FRANCISCO, March 4 Silver bars.
69c Mexican dollars, 49ftc Sight drafts.
2vic; telegraph drafts. 15c Sterling on Lon
don, 60 days, $4.83 Vi: sight. 54.87H-
"WEAK BANK STATEMENT.
Beserre Falls Almost to Iowest Point
Beached Last Year.
NEW YORK. March 4. The Financier says:
The striking feature of the official statement
of the New York Associated Banks was the
decrease In surplus reserve to within $8327 of
the lowest last year, which was recorded No-
vexnber 28. The loans were Increased by an
amount which nearly offset the decrease.
The loss of cash was largely due to EUb-
treasury operations which tended to reduce the
reserves of the banks by more than $5,000,000.
the largest amount resulting from such opera
tions since November 5, 19C3. The greater
part of the loss of the banks to theveub-
treasury was due to Internal revenue and cus
toms collections, both or which were heavy,
and payments on account of the S per cent re
demption fund by New York banks for their
correspondents In the interior contrlbuUd to
this drain of cash by the sub-treasury.
The statement of averages of the clearing
house basks of this city for the week shows:
Loans SI. 134.425.200 lin.143 40O
Deposits .... 1.189,970.000 10.145.10O
Circulation 42,851.300 l.SOO
Legal tenders.... 6.253,800 178,100
Specie 219.62S.400 8.642.000
.Reserve SCO.&3Z.200 S.720.100
Reserve required... r97.402.6O0 2.536.273
Surplus 8.869.700 6,256,835
Ex-U. S. deposits. 13,663.900 6.367,625
Baak clearings of the leading cities of the
Northwest yesterday were as follows:
Portland $193,800 $ 37.46S
Seattle 770,446 125.625
Tacoma 606,118 63.029
Spokane 63S.661 73,273
Clearings of Portland,
Seattle and Tacoma
for the week were:
Monday $ 080,772
$ 853.913 $ 453,302
Totals $3,597,031 $3406,904 $2,635,969
Clearings for tho corresponding week la for
xner years were:
Portland. Seattle. Tacoma.
1900 $1,650,064 $2,248,680 $ 834.440
l.bUy.KSJ Z.3G1.7K: OlO.TCO
1902 .691.933 3.322,732, 1.118,169
1903.... 2.782,694 8,499.972 1,749.202
1904. 2.5U.468 8.218,715 L78S.780
Dried Fruit at New Tort.
NEW YORK. March 4. Tho market for
evaporated apples continues to meet with some
speculative demand and rules firm with com
mon quoted at 4Soo, choioe at 6d asd
fancy at 7c
Prunes are In better demand. Prices range
from 23Gc, according to grade.
Apricots, firm. Choice quoted at lOVi&llc.
extra choice at ll212Hc and fancy at 12315c.
Peaches -were also firm with choice quoted at
10104c extra choice at 10.10&c and fancy
Raisins ore In very limited demand and show
so special feature. Loose muscatels are quoted
at 4U06Uc; London layers, 51.052J1.25; seeded
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW TORK, March 4. The market for cof
fee futures closed steady at a decline of 5
points to as advance of 6 points. Receipts.
4800 bags; April. 0.1526.00c; March. 0.15c;
May, &2586.S0c; July, 6.60c; September, 6.700
0.76c; October. 6.85c; December. 6.0036.95c:
February. 7.10R7JOC. Spot Rio. ouiet: No. 7.
Sugar Raw, firm; fair refining, 4c; cen
trifugal. 96 test 6Kc; molasses sugar, 4c
Refined, ' steady; crushed, $6.15; powdered.
$6.10; granulated. $405.
Dairy Produce la, tho East
NEW- TORK. March 4. Butter and cheese
Eggs, unchanged, western firsts. 26c; west
ers seconds, 25c
CHICAGO, March 4. On the produce ex.
chamre today tha butter market was -weak:
creameries, 23330c; dairies, 22028c
EggsWeak at mark, cases included. 20o;
firsts. 20c: prime nnrta, 2iHc; extras, 33c
Cheese iirm. izsuiic
Imports asd Exports.
NEW TORK. March 4. Total Imports of
merchandise and drygoods at the port of New
Tork for the week ending today were $14,-
Total Imports of specie at the port of New
Tork for the week ending today were $107,423
silver and $44,303 gold.
Total exports of specie from the port of New
Tork for the week ending today were $14,107V
939 silver; so gold exported.
NetT Tork Cottos Market
NEW TORK. March 4. Cotton futures closed
steady "at quotations between the opening and
last sight's level. March. 7."lc; April. 7.89o;
May. 7.43c; June. 7.41c; July, 7.40e; August
7.42c; September. 7.45c.
Wool at St Louis.
ST. LOUIS. March 4. Wool, steady. Terxl
tory and Western. 22923c; fine, 17618c; fine
V Wheat at Liverpool.
LIVERPOOL, March 4. Wheat March, 6s
10id; May. 6 10Hd; July. 6s 10d.
Cant Agree With the Other Fellow
DENVER, March 4. The News today
says: A. Lincoln Fellows, District En
gineer of the United States Reclamation
Service, In charge of the great irrigation
projects in seven "Western States, has re
signed and has accepted the appoint'
mcnt of State Engineer of North Da
kota. llr. Fellows' resignation is the
outcome of technical differences of
'opinion among tha members of tho
board of consulting engineers of wis dis
trict over the Uncompahgre irrigation
project, also known as the Gunnison tun
neU now in course of construction a few
miles below Montrose, in this state.
Salmon Run Is Improving.
ASTORIA. Or.. March (Special.) The
runs of both chlnook salmon and steel-
heads con tin a & to improve, and the fish
ermen who have their nets In the water
have been doing well during the favorable
.weather, of b past fejr dtyx
CASH WHEAT W DEMAND
ADDS STRENGTH TO CHICAGO
Foreign Weakness Caused by Heavy
Australian Shipments Offset
by Slow Movement.
CHICAGO. March 4. After opening easier
In sympathy with lower prices at Liverpool,
the wheat market here eoon developed firm
ness, the strength Increasing as the session ad
vanced. The weakneas of foreign wheat mar
kets was largely due to heavy shipments from
Australia. The foreign weakness was partly
attributed to predictions of bearish statistics
for Monday. Opening quotations here showed
aliEht losses. May being oft OUc at $1.15
L15?. July was unchanged to ic lower at
8SJi9Sc From the start the May option
was In fair demand, but trading fci distant de
liveries was light throughout the day. The ap
parent cause of the comparative activity In
May was the Increasing demand for cash
wheat at alt grain centers, especially at Min
neapolis. The situation was made more bullish
by decreased receipts In the Northwest Shorts
were the principal buyers of the May option
here. After touching $L15& shortly subse-
queat to the opening. May steadily advanced
until the price reached $L16H- Meantime July
sold up to 90cC The continued smallness of
primary receipts, as compared with totals a
year ago, was a factor affording support of
quotations. Later In the day a slight reac
Hon occurred on profit-taking, but the market
closed strong with May up 3c at $1.15iO
L16T&. July closed at 90c.
EcTeral prominent commission housa were
fairly active buyers of com today, giving the
market a. firm tone. May opened unchanged
to c higher at 4S64Sc. and dceed He up
A steady demand for casta grain and tha
strength of corn imported firmness to specu
lative trading In oats. May opened Ha
higher at 31 He. sold up to 32c and closed at
Provisions were strong on active support from
packers. At the close May pork waa up
12H916C at $12.67. Lard was up 6&7c at
$7.02'.i. Ribs were 7o higher at $6.82.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Lorr. Ooze.
May ..$L16H $1.1655 $ltl5H $L15
July ;9S -.99 .BSJi .90
Sept. 90K .91 .90& .91
May 4SJi .4Si
July 4SVb AS
Sept - .48 .4814
May 3i .32
July .31i .32
Sept. 29? .30&
May ..12.57. 12.67. 12.67 12.67;
Jtuy i.iz'r, iz.bo iz.10 it0
May 7.00 7.021,3 7.00 7.02
July T.15 7.17 7.15 7.17
May ......... 6.77 a82 .6.77 6.82
JUly ..... 6.92 6.07 6.92 6.97
Cash quotations were as follows
"Wheat No. 2 Spring, $L101.15U; No. 3.
$1.07L15; No. 2 red. $L15L17ii.
Corn No. 2. 46c; No. 2 yellow. 464c.
Oats No. 2. 31ic; No. 2 white. 23c; Na 3
Rye No. 2. 78o.
Barley Good feeding, SSgSOo; fair to choice
Flax seed No. 1, $1.23; No. 1 Northwest
Mess pork Per barrel, $12. 55012. 60.
Lard Per 100 pounds. $6.676.00.
Short ribs sides Loose. $6.706.82.
Short clear sides Boxed, $3.7536.87
Flour, barrels 24.700 17.600
Wheat cushels 48.000 60.100
Corn, bushels-. 520.3QO 172.000
Oats.' bushels. ... 208,800 163.200
Rye. bushels 4.000 10,100
Barley, bushels 1 0,000 16,600
Grain at San Pranciioo.
BAN FRANCISCO. March 4. Wheat and bar
Spot quotations Wheat: Ship ping. SLC09
$1.65 ; milling. $1.55 1.65. Barley: Teed, $L20
1.22; brewing. $L221.25. Oats: Red,
$1.403L65; white, $L423L60; black, $1S35
Call-board salts Wheat: December, $1.29.
Barley: May, $1.23; December, 89c. Corn,
large yellow. $1.35l-37.
MORE MAY DIE OF EffJUKIES
Revised List of Killed and Vounded
PITTSBURG. Pa.. March 4. Follow
ing is a revised list of the dead in the
train wreck at Clifton last night:
LIEUTENANT DONALDSON a
SCHOPIELD, of Company D, a Clevo
CAPTAIN WTT.TiTAJl R. HENRY, Bat
talion Surgeon, and a prominent Clevo
CORPORAL JAMES KEHOE, Com
pany C. Cleveland.
PRIVATE H. H. EBUJ, company c
PRANK: PINNHT, aged 10, Bon of
Lieutenant O. C Pinney, of Company C.
. DODGE, Pullman conductor, Chi
Early reports had ono woman among
the dead. Thi3 has proven to ba a
Tho list of Injured will reach 40, six
or seven of whom are likely to die. All
are belnsr cared for at the several hos
pltals. Among the more seriously in
Major J. H. McQuigg, commanding
the Engineers' Battalion. Cleveland
both lees broken and heaa cut.
Lieutenant R. D. Smith, Company H,
Fairfield, O.J both legs broken and
head cut: cannot live.
Frank H. Johnstone, aged 20, Cleve
land; right leg- broken and Injured in
George Riley, Cleveland, member of
Tirmecanoo Club, gtiest of Major flic
Quigg; injured Internally and suffering:
from concussion of the Dram; wui
Hubbard Lowo. negro, cook, Cleve
land; badly bruised and hurt internally.
Charles II. Bturgis. company
Cleveland: badly burned 'about hands,
face and back.
James D. Gray, negro, cook. Battery
A, Cleveland; scalp wound and internal
injuries; wm aie.
O. C Pinney. Quartermaster. Com
ninv a: skull fractured: may die.
Rinvd Palmer. Cleveland, optician
scalp wounds, burned about face and
hands, wrist fractured.
Minor Leagues Ask Pacific
Coast to Join Them.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 4. Howard
Grifflthspresident of the Jersey City
baseball club of the Eastern League,
and Norri3 (Tip) Q-'Neil, president of
the "Western League, who arrived here
today, held a lengthy conference with
President Bert, ofl the Pacific Coast
. Griffiths and O'Nell came here as the
result of a recent meeting' of class A
league representatives In Chicago when
the subject of drafting players was
considered. Tho major leagues now have
the privilege of drafting- two players
.1... .Ink. -r..-rr
ins $750 for each player. The class "A
league peoplo declare that this Injures
their business and jvant the roie modi
flod to the drafting of one player on
payment of $1500. This proposition was
recently rejected by the American
The class "A" people now propose to
organise and insist on their demands
and; if they ara not granted, to with
draw from .the National agreement.
President Bert tonight Issued' call
Downing, Hopkins & C2o.
WHEAT AND STOCK BROKERS
Rooni 4, Ground Floor
for a special meetlnc of tho Pacific
Coast League to be held in this city-
next Tuesday, when the proposition
made by Griffiths and O'Nell will he
WALTER E. JONES IS DEAD.
Ho Passes Away While at Stella,
Walter E. Jones, who recently died
of heart failure at Stella, "Wash., and
who lives at Ingles, Or., was born In
Jasper County Iowa. May 2, 1860. Whn
a boy of 11 years old he moved with
The Lat Walter E. Joaes.
1 .... i
his parents to Santa Rosa, Cal, where
he spent his school days. He came to
Oregon at the age of 21 years. Ho lo
cated on a homestead near Beaver
Creek where his family now resides.
On August 6, 1831, he was married to
Miss Ollvo Jarvey.
The 'deceased left to mourn his loss,
a wife and seven children and an aged
father and mother, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles E. Jones. He also left four sis
ters and one brother, Mrs. J. M. Red-
dick, Mrs. J. N. Rice, Grant "W. Jones
and Mrs. Lottlo Basse, of Portland,
and Mrs. D. J. Barnes, jt Sacramento,
He was burled Monday, the funeral
being- conducted by tho Clatskania
Tent, No. 10, of the Maccabees Lodge,
of which ho was a member.
ITEW INDICTMENTS ABE FOUND
Chicago Grand Jury Places Blame
for Iroquois Horror.
CHICAGO, March .4. Indictments
against T7111 J. Davis, formerly resident
manager of the Iroquois Theater; "William
Laughlln, Deputy Building Inspector of
Chicago, and George Williams, City
Building Inspector, were returned today
in Judge McEwen's court, and capiases
were immediately ordered Issued. The
true bills are based on tho evidence giv
en by persons who witnessed tho theater
fire which resulted In the loss of nearly
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, March 4. Maximum, tempera
ture, 60 dejr: minimum, 44. River reading at
11 A. M.. 3.8 feet; change la past 24 hours,
rise 0.1 foot. Total precipitation, 5 P. M. to
5 P. M., none; total since September 1, 1004,
22.54 inches; normal, 33.45; deficiency, 10.SL
Total sunshine March 8. 1005, 0 hours and 45
minutes; possible, 11 hours and 14 minutes.
Barometer (reduoed to sea level), at B P. M.,
PACIFIC COAST "WEATHER.
Kamloops, B. C...
Ealt Lake City
Tatooeh Island ....
Light rain continues along the Northwest
"Washington coast, while elsewhere In tho North
Paclflo States fair weather, with mild temperature-,
The indications are for continued fair weath
er is this district today, with but little changs
Forecasts taada at Portland at S P. M. for
23 hours cniV.ng at midnight, March 5:
Portland and vicinity Fair; wlnda mostly
Oregon. Washington and Idaho Fair; varia
ble winds. A. B..WOLLABER,
Acting District Forecaster.
AT THE HOTELS.
F Brown and wife,-
M Schoenwald. N Y -F
D Shields. San Frn
J A Paine and wife
3 I -Kelser. Keota. la
J B McGrave. Lewist'
u urine, canton O
M J Miller. N Y
W H Glib art. Phila
and child. Seattle
C L Bragham. Chgo
J R Elmendorf. L GmjO "Worms er. N Y
Z G Dunn and fam.
J N Kleff. N Y
A M Gardiner, S F
R T Watltlna. S F
IS. Kennslllnger. N Y
C M Dtmmlck. Chgo
Mrs A Kuhn. Spokane
Miss R Kuhn. do
W S Sherwood. St PI
T P KeraUnr, Chgo
G B Chase. St Louis
W H Thomson. S F
O L KlUels. Chcago
M D Spencer. San Frn
W V R Povls, Illinois
J C Garrelson. Spoks
R M Todd, Toronto
T P Adams, Toronto
R Llndenberger, Asto
Mrs A D Schenck,
Miss Schenck, Ft 8
M Van Dyke. Ft Stv
I Manners. B C
R C" Taylor, Vancv
R Dew, do
H Evans. do
E C Neufelder and
a ii names and wf,
J H Albert. Salem
H -K. Freeman. Cbso
in Levin. N X
B Llchllg. San Fran
E H Hargravea
W R Powell. Astoria
A I Thomson. S F
A "Welch, Salem
C A Parsons. Chicago
B Sweet. Milwaukee
C IZ Peterson, Chgo
S B Bur chard. Mnpls
C Anderson, U 8 G B
B H Bells. Bumpier
H t Traab, N Y
J Gerstle. N Y
H T Hndryx. Sumptrl
J B Ettlnrrer. N 1
A H. Campbell. MllwklE E Allen. Hood Rvr
C W Henderson, iz jiirr Alien. ao
Wayns IF W Preston. "Warrat
L F Riddle-. San FranW C Kelsor. For Gro
Geo W Boyd. Stoux CV Pawley, Seattle
,yf Nelson, Aberdeta iJL M Bole, SeatUo
62 0.00! 4INW
64 O.O0 4 W
MiO.OO 10 N
530.00 8 N
38 0.00 0
48 0.00 4 SB
GCb.OO 4 SB
60 0.00 4 SW
73(0.00 4 SB
64K1.00 4 NW
74 0.00 4 NE
0410.00 4 SW
70'0.00 14 W
50k).00 4 E
Chamber of Commerce
L Karen. Mesrohls
F Austin. Wlnlock
J SI Leslie. Los And
G A McDonald. Kan
do K W Robinson, Houlta
W Shlppman, Hood R.
R Robinson. Tlllaznlc
Percy P Kelley, Alby
I J Mosssoan. Tacom
J 31 Short. Greshant
u C Datten. Seattle
Dave Julan, Dundee
A is Smith. Qulncy
Julia. Carlson. DnndeeiMrs "Short. Greaham
J Lindstrom, AberdnliUss Short. Gresham
W E Glfford. XralrieC!J E Snyder, Greshajta
u s iinoaes, vash iw F Thompson.
L L "Wlpert. nldpndcj Dawson
W E Maloney. G PsIMrs Thompson, do
Mrs Hense. OstrandrfMrs J Dobson. Chehl
J H Hamilton, DenviMaude Loney. do
Airs .Hamilton. no lEdw Earl, Chehaus
C W RoHlns, St L U Connor. Salem
R E Simpson. PrlnvllMrs Connor. do
I H Tatfe. Celllo !R L Seal. Palmer
Mrs E G Noble. HeppiEmU "Waldman. Bosts
VT E Brown, lone (E P Mitchell. do
J A. Harbke. lone
Dan Markham, IlwaclK F Zlegler. T Dalles
W A Graham, Ilwaco
Chas F Schieffelln.
islea Beaton. S F
A M Cannon, Salem
A J McCormack. S 3
Frank Daleshy. Denr
Eugene Henle, Tacom
S M. Ramley, vancnv
Mrs Ramley, do
Mrs Gerlach. SeattlolE M Pepper, S F
D G Hoar. S F
IMr and Mrs Match ett
S B Houston. Hlllsbrl and child. Balyonla
M Murray. Louisville
Geo E Pearce asd "Wf.
E S Shakshesky,
J J Cohn. S F
G H Graham. Colo
G A Clark, Salem
H V Given, Salem
J L Morris. Seattle
F W "Waldrlp. Colfax
"Wm Bates, Vancouv
Mrs Bates. tto
W J Hewitt, Omaha
R N Robertson, Denv
THE ST. CHARLES,
R H Tyson. Gervals I
W Gllkey. Dayton
A J Splllers 1
Miss Adah Thompson
J C Her, Sherwood
Mrs Her. Sherwood.
H "W Lanic Borinx
Joe Hundley. Borlnr
H- II Klapp, scappoost
T G "Wlkstrom. do
S R Sunnuland, do
B A Lupowltz, Cal
E M Lupowltz. do
L E Llvengood,
C E Hursh. T Dues
(Fred Kamph, do
N F Leganlt.
C D Van trin. Burke
J Emmett, Comstock
Mrs Kaylor. Molalla
G A Scott, Philomath
Mrs Scott. do
C II Green. Seattle
Mrs Fowler, Orient
IL J Ramsey, city
R M WTardle. CarltonlMra Bamaey, city
C A Epperson, Vane
!j W Reed. Estacada.
C Powell. do
Miss M Morrow, do
L Halburt. do
A O Balch. Rainier
W "W Kurtx, Hoqulam
Mrs Hulbnrt. do
E R Tlchenor, St Min
H J Coons, Cedar M1JJ S Sherman
J P Kalfer, Aberdn
w a iiccraw
H Larsen, Astoria
Wm "Worn staff. do
Fred G Conley, Gresh
J P Fllnn,
(Etna "Wornstaff, do
Henry Palm, CollInslJ C Kuper, Mt Angel
H J Gcss. S F
E B Schonerback,
C E Jordan, Pendltn
H C Flanagan, oo
C E "WhUtrlght.
J B BaUentina and '
M Richardson and wf
B A Converse, Oakldj
N H Eakberg. Seat!
F A Alldls. Spokane
W B Blacfcmer,
T "W Nash. St Paul
L E TIdbalL Neb
J C Brooks, Halfway!
Thos Anderson and
D S Masterson ana
wife. Baker City
IP M Corter and fam-
W F Garvey, St PI
Tacoma Hotel. Tacoma.
American plan. Rates, 53 and
Hotel Donnelly, Tacoat.
First-class restaurant in connection
TOO T-ATT- TO CLASSXEX.
NICELY FURNISHED SIX-BOOM HOUSE,
best location, East Side. Inquire A. R.
Clement, care Tull & Glbbs.
FOR RENT NICELY FURNISHED FRONT
room, srlth telephone ana bath. No. S North
LARGE FRONT ALCOVE ROOM. RUNNING
water; heat, bath and Phone Main 0506, at
117 10th St., between Morrison and Alder.
GENTLEMEN "WELL FIND BRIGHT, SUNNY
rooms, close in, private xamuy. -o
5-ROOM COTTAGE, SUNNYSIDB, 1043 E.
Alder; flQOO, part cown. ppiy premises.
Union 2055 (Drake).
"WORK "WANTED CHAMBER, DINING.
room, kitchen, hotel, restaurant. launary.
camp help. Telephone Drake, 205 Washing
ton. "WORK "WANTED FOR STORE, HOTEL.
restaurant, mill, yara, cairy, iactory, logging
help. Drake, 205 Washington.
FARMHAND, WIFE (NO CHILDREN). 935;
farmhand, $20; waitress, $20, $25; cook, do
mestics. Drake. 205 Washington.
WANTED BOY. 16 TO 17 YEARS; MUST
iuts Dicyoie ana guoa rexereace, uvo noma
with parents. Apply 72 6th.
DOG FOR. SALE FEMALE ST. BERNARD,
crossod with bloodhound; fine watch dog;
good retriever an land or water; 2 years old;
will sell for $25, worth $100; has city license
good till September. Apply 72 6th.
THE TBMPLETON, 206 1ST FRONT CON
nectlng housekeeping and single rooms', bath,
Wo Charge No Iaterest fo
Carying Lour Stocks.
GENERAL OFFICES: N. Y. XUs BMg
E. K. AXDEN, Correspondent.
Room 2. Ground Floor.
Chamber or Commerce.
N. B. We will send you our dally
Market Letter cn request. '
IN TWO WEEKS
Made by our customers on our advice. $100
Invested with us in the last two weeks on
our Information brought from 100 to 300
per cent profit to our clients. The enorm
ously rich strikes made recently in the Crip
ple Creek, Goldfleld and Bullfrog Districts
have caused tremendous advances In stocks.
We pick the winners. Direct wires to Crip
ple Creek. Salt Lake City. Goldfleld and San
Francisco. Writs immediately for our free.
market letter and this week's Information.
THE AMERICAN BANKING X BROKER
AGE CO., 299 Majestic bldg., Dearer Colo.
1 GOLDFTELD JUNE.
I Mutual Company, organized to mine
In the richest gold camp ever dis
covered. Ores fabulously high grade. Best
experts In the field; 2.000,000 shares, all in
the treasury; par value $L00; full paid;
nonassessable. First 500,000 shares at $10 per
1000: 400,000 are already sold. Money in
treasury. No debts. Reference: First Na
tional Bank of Denver. Write for complete
American Securities Co. lBeoryrateL)
471 Jackson building. Denver. Colo.
Our Hand Book on Patgaa, Trade .Marks,
etc. seatfree. Patents procured throws
Munn & Co., receive free nolle la 3m
ilTJIvN' z CO., 0 1 Broadway, X.T.
3 I 1 Wiri-paredf oryoa thu! nitrlf neriy
Hon of your case and nases of two Mfwrnrnm
cuuerers. rRam wnrnat, nv