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ich GRAIN MOVES
iSnake Territory Will Contrib
ute 2,000,000 Bushels.
RIVER VESSELS INSPECTED
Wheat Iteoelpts at Portlnnd Are
Heaviest on Record, 650 Car
Coining in Week and 4000
Since Season Opened.
Mora than 5.000.000 bushels of wheat
will be contributed from the Snake
River territory this season, and start
has been made on moving- a part of the
rop. E. It. Budd. superintendent 01
the u.-w. K. t n. water im, r
turned yesterday from a Jaunt of over
MOO miles to view the Snake River
steamers, as well as the steamer nar
Ison, plying- on Coeur d'Alene Lake,
ind savs orders for wheat have been
,-iven that will keep the marine force
:usy for a time.
"For immediate shipment there are
10.000 sacks at Asotin, 2000 sacks at
wh 20.000 sacks each at Alpowa,
Judkins and Mayview and 10.000 sacks
at Central Ferry." said Captain Budd.
The steamer Lewiston is in commis
sion on the Snake and the steamer
.Spokane will be overhauled in another
week so that she can go out- i nere
are over 1.000.000 sacks of wheat in
that locality that have been reported.
and as fast as grain men want me
ereal it will be moved to the railroad
and sent to tidewater."
Wheat is coming Into the docks here
ir larger volume than ever before, and
during the week 950 cars were re
ceived, which ig the record for the
iame period since this port became a
-ereal center. More than 4000 cars
lave arrived since the season opened
.ind there will be no letup In the
movement Immediately. Vessels here
for grain cargoes have not been de-
aved the slightest in renin tne stun
aboard and every ship has received
good dispatch after her lay days tie
fan. WHEAT RECORD XOT BROKEN
Beaver Makes Good Time, but Co
lumbia Had Faster Gangs.
In three hours and 45 minutes the
steamer Beaver loaded 800 tons of wheat
at Irving dock yesterday, three gangs
of longshoremen being worked. Re
cently the Beaver took on more than
100 tons an hour at the same dock, but
Feter Smith, superintending stevedore
for the San Francisco & Fortland line,
says the record made on the steamer
Columbia nine years ago, of 200 tona in
45 minutes, two gangs being used, yet
stands. Steve Galvtn. foreman on Irv
ing dock, is credited by Mr. Smith with
being the man principally responsible
tfor the fast work, as he orders the
cereal stacked so that tne nanunng to
the ship's side is facilitated.
There is a brisk movement of wheat
on coasters, and besides the Beaver the
steamer J. B. Stetson was cleared for
iU Angeles with 600 tons, carrying
450,000 feet of lumber on deck, while
the steamer San Ramon, sailing for
San Francisco yesterday, carried 477
tona of wheat, 300 tons of oats, 80 tons
of shorts, 25 tons of groats and (6 tons
of miscellaneous stun, also 470.000 feet
of lumber. The eteamer Yosemite was
cleared with tSO.000 feet of lumber.
WINDJAMMER FLEET COMING
Lumber Will Be Loaded for Foreign
Ports on Grays Harbor.
HOQUIAM. Wash.. Sept. 27. (Spe
cial.) One of the largest fleets of wind-
Jammers engaged in the foreign trade
to come to this port in recent months
is now en route here to take lumber.
Most of them are coming from the
west coast. The vessels and the points
from which they report are: Balboa,
F. M. Slade, Manila and Meteor, from
Callao; Alena, from Guaymas: Carrier
Dove, from Demidin, N. Z. ; Defiance,
from Luva; Edwin R. West, from Val
paraiso; J. Ia Stanford, from Mejilliones;
W. J. Patterson, Apia and Wowona,
from Pan Diego. All are schooners ex
cept the Stanford, which is a barken
tine. All Grays Harbor mills are now run
ning full time. It Is stated others are
plentifully supplied with lumber to go
to foreign porta, but the milts are not
hooking orders for long in advance, as
they believe better prices will be of
fered soon. All operators declare they
could contract their outputs for months
ahead for cargo business if they de
sired. ELEVATOR PLANT FINISHING
Wooden Bins Under AVay in Which
Wheat Is First Received.
In two months the building of 28
wooden bins for the storage of wheat,
ar.d practically the reconstruction of
what has been known as the O. & C
dock, will be completed on the East
Side, where the new concrete elevator
of the Globe Grain A Milling Company
stands. The entire improvement will
represent an outlay ot about 1225.000
and Is rated among the finest plants in
The wooden bins are under way on
the dock proper, and wheat that is
placed in them will be carried from
the bottom on a belt system t'irougb
the cleaner and then to the concrete
tanks for storage. The steamer Port
land, owned by the company, is at the
Craig yard. Long Beach. Cal., having
tanks installed for carrying grain in
bulk, and her overhauling will cost
140,000. She will be In operation as
soon as the elevator is ready, and lit
tle time will be lost in handling this
season s crop.
COLITSA HAS EXCURSIONISTS
i Grace Liner to Get Party to Canal
Before October 10.
Grace & Co. planned the movements
of the Panama liner Colusa from here
fVso that she could reach San Francisco
yesterday ana prepare to receive a
-arty of excursionists bound for the
, Panama Canal to witness the demoli
tion ot what is known as Gamboa dyke,
a barrier that now prevents the waters
,'f the Atlantic and Pacific mingling
The dyke is to be blown up October
I0 and will be witnessed by almost as
many persons as stood along the canal
4 Friday and saw trie tug Gatun steam
through Gatun locks and into Gatun
I Luke, she being the first vessel to use
r the locks.
FEARS FOR AMERICANA END
Hope Yet Held Out That Eldorado
Will Be Heard From.
News received by way of 'Victoria
that the crew of the overdue schooner
Americana has escaped death, even
though the vessel had piled up on Jar
vis Island, caused relief here. No
further details were received yester
day than were published in The Ore-
...v. i ..v. t v. A firt thA men
Buuitlil, ' . "
t.a.4 . - 4 - thul, wav in amallhnats from
Jarvls Island, in the South Seas, to
Samoa, a distance of 140 miies. u
had suffered privations that naa re
rla4 n o ctatA Clt COllAOSe.
The fact that the Americana has been
accounted for leads some to nope ior
the safety of the crew of the schooner
Eldorado, which left the Columbia
River April 1 with a lumber cargo for
Antofogasta. She .was in command ot
Captain K. P. Benson, of San Fran
cisco; J. Wilson, Seattle, mate; A. John
son San Francisco, second mate; A.
Iwa'ta, Seattle, cook; F. W. Wlnstanley,
i...ti En0ianH fAhin hnv. Steve
Brewster, Chicago, seaman; S. Dolnk-
water, Rudolph Walberg. foruana, sea
men; Carl Tassavainen. San Francisco;
Attlohorn Mass.. and
Aie .ji ... ...... .- . - ,,
rs.-i rurisnn. Finland, seamen. ine
Americana left the river March 3 for
Sydney and was posted at Lloyds one
week ago as missing.
GALVESTON MAY COME HERE
Government Asked to Detail One of
Two Big Diggers on Bar.
If official Washington heeds the
suggestion of Major Mclndoe, Corps
it., (.,,... tt s A the dredge Gal
veston, operated by the Government
at Galveston, rex., win uo scui i
Columbia River to assist the dredge
Chinook In deepening and maintaining
a channel across the bar.
In recommendations forwarded to
the chief of engineers, he mentioned
the Galveston a well as the dredge
Manhattan, the latter having been in
service at New York. As the Galves
ton has a length of 304 feet and the
Manhattan is 288 feet, he believes the
former will work to better advantage.
The Chinook Is 460 feet long, so she
will remain the flagship, though each
of the others have a capacity for about
the same amount of dredged material.
Should the Government officials act
favorably in the matter, the dredge
selected will steam through the Pan
ama Canal and be here in time to begin
work in the Spring.
Beaver Goes South Tomorrow.
On her last voyage on the Summer
i i . . i - ,ui.h n.AvMitB fnf KAilinsrs
" (1 .v. 1. " '
at 9 o'clock In the morning, the steamer
Beaver will leave AiBiworm
i" v. .tun .v. 0 p Tips r. due in the
afternoon, sail October 8 at 4 o'clock
in the afternoon, ana tne nose
arrives October 4. During the Summer
steamers sail and arrive the same day.
but until Adarcn tne moounu mrau
reoorti about 24 boura after the pre
ceding liner sails.
Half Holiday at End.
Officially the vacation season has
ended among employes of the Treasury
Department, and yesterday afternoon
k l.st half holiday for Custom-
House attaches that prevailed each Sat
urday during July, August ana mpioo
ber. Until next July vessels may be
..i.r.il n cleared until 4:30 o'clock
Saturdays, the same as other day.
Steamer Arctic Reaches Nome.
NOME, Alaska, Sept 27. The 30-ton
steamer Arctic, from Seattle, which it
... r.o.o huH hn lost with ten lives.
arrived today. She was delayed by run
ning out of fuel.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles D. Willi ts, of
Berkeley, Cal., will depart for their
home on the steamer Beaver tomorrow,
after an extended visit here. Mr.
Willits Is Interested in Portland and
was manager et one time of the Ham
mond Packing Company here.
Owing to low water at the mouth of
the Cowlitz River, the steamer Joseph
Kellogg was unable to reach Kelso
Friday night and tied up at Rainier.
It is said the present depth at the en
trance is about three feet, while the
Kellogg draws four and a half feet,
loaded. She will probably take ad
vantage of the tides this week.
Completing loading grain at the
North Bank dock yesterday, the British
steamer Epsom shifted to Irving dock,
where she will probably finish.
Captain Vic Dagerstedt reported yes
terday that the sunken steamer Bea
ver had virtually been prepared for
pumping operations that will take
place today. If she is not floated by
tonight a derrick may be leased to
assist in lifting her.
Captain Charles Green, who was mas
ter of the steamers State of California
and Columbia, having been on the lat
ter about 15 years ago. is in port as
master of the J. B. Stetson.
George F. Fuller. United States In
spector of Boilers, left for Astoria yes
terday to pass on the fuel oil plant
being Installed aboard the new steam
On her way to Portland from Lon
don the Royal Mail liner Den of Gla
mis waa at Manila September 25.
After discharging 13.000 barrels of
fuel oil here, the steamer Atlas, Cap
tain J. S. Smith, sailed on the return
to San Francisco last night On tne
way up the river she unloaded 2000
barrels of fuel oil and 1000 barrels of
gasoline at Astoria.
First of the early Fall storms was
looked for yesterday, when warnings
were ordered displaced at Coast sta
tions by District Forecaster Beals, be
cause of a blow from the southeast
which waa expected to shift to the
southwest and probably attain a veloc
ity of 50 to 60 miles an hour at North
Men are engaged in caulking the hull
of the schooner Commerce above the
water line. She was floated from the
Port of Portland drydock yesterday.
Movements of Vessels.
PORTLAND. Sept. IT. Sailed Steamers
Paraiso. for San P.amon: Atlas, for San
Franclfco; steamer St. Helens, for Honolulu.
Astoria. Sept. 27. Sailed at 10:15 A. M.
Danish steamer Arabian, for Shanshal: Brit
ish teamor Den of Rutbven. for London
and way porta.
San Francisco. Sept. 27. Arrived at 5 A.
M. Steamer Roanoke: at 6 A. M Steamer
Aroline. from Portland. Arrived at noon
steamer Northland, from Portland, for San
Pedro. Sailed at 1 P. M. Steamer Bear,
for Pnrtlnnil. Arrived at 3 P. M. British
steamer Colusa, from Portland, for Panama.
Schooner Americana, from columoia ixiver,
for Svunev. previously reported mllng, was
totallv wrecked on Jarvls Island: crew saved.
Cooi Bav, Sept. 27. Arrived Steamer Al
liance, from Portland. Sailed at 10 A. M.
Steamer Breakwater; at 11 A. M. Steamer
Rochelle. for Portland.
South Bend. sept. 2. Arrived Steamer
Qulnault. from Portland.
Manila. Sept. 23. Arrived British steam
er Den of Olamis, for Portland.
Taku -tsar, Sept. Amvea .iuicbim
steamer Thor, from Portland.
San Francisco. Sept. 20. Sailed at S P.
M Steamer Saginaw; at 6 P. M. Steamers
Carlos and Klamath, for Portland.
Astoria. Sept. 26. Arlrved down at 5:30
P. M. British steamer Den of Ruthven.
Tacoma. Wash.. Sept. 27. Departed
British steamer Splthead, for United
Kingdom; British steamer Lord Lonsdale,
for San Francisco; steamer Mexican, for
Honolulu. Arrived British steamer Antl
lochus. for Liverpool, via Yokohama.
Krnando. Noronha, Sept. 26. Passed
Steamer Crown of Arragon. from Liver
pool, for San Francisco.
Liverpool, Sept. 27. Sailed Steamer Ti
tan, for Tacoma.
Los Angeles. Sept 27. Arrived Doris,
from Willapa Harbor: Oeorge W. Fenwick.
from Astoria. Sailed Tallac, for Puget
Sound; Merced, for Portland.
San Francisco, Sept. 27. Arrived Steam
ers Koanoke, from Portland: Aroline, from
Astoria; Hudson Maru (Japanese), from
Kobe; Watson, from Seattle; Asuncion, from
Port Angeles: Northland, from Columbia
River; Harport (German), from Callao: Co
lusa (British!, from Stella, Wash. Sailed
Steamers Elizabeth, for Bandon; Oovemor.
for Seattle; Bear, for Portland. '
Seattle. Sept 27. Arrived Schooner
Stlmson, from Coqulmho. Sailed Cteamers
Hyadcs, for Honolulu: Nebraskan, for Sa
llna Crus, via 6aa Francisco, Argyll, for
Port San Luis.
Vancouver. B. C, Sept 27. Arrived
Steamor Oleum, from Port San Luia.
Tides at Astoria Sunday.
11:36 A. ! S . fcet;.-.:2 A. M O.t foot
11:41 P. kl 8.7 feet uiOl p. U.....1.3 feet
JCIIEj 5UAUAI Uttf.UUilJlAiii imtmn.i.n1
GRAIN PRICES EASY
Lower Bids Check Wheat Sell
ing by Farmers.
LATTER ARE HOLDING FIRM
Oats Speculators in Interior Press
ing Market With Offerings,
Export Barley Market Is
There was an easier tendency at the
close of the week in all branches of
. i i .,.,-, Tn h wheat market.
Llls ini'i v a w, . i. . ' " ' '
buyers offered prices from a cent to a
cent and a nan unaer tnose iaiei
vaillnff. with small effect on. sellers.
For club 78 Mt and 79 cents was bid and
other offers were in proportion, but the
majority of farmers held out for old
quotations. As a consequence, wheat
buying In the last half of the week was
on a reduced scale.
Wheat is cominff forward heavily on
late purchases, the week's run amount
ing to 960 cars. This compares with
890 cars in the same week last year,
the record for 1912. ' The largest re
ceipts in 1911 and 1910, which were 680
and 640 cars, respectively, were report
ed in the corresponding: week.
Oats were offered freely from all
quarters ond this caused a weaker mar
ket. Not only were farmers' supplies
available, but speculators in the coun
try, who recently loaded up, were making-
efforts to selL
Th barley trade was affected by
the weakness of the export market and
there was but little demand from other
Local receipts, in cars, were reported
by the Merchants' Exchange as fol
Wheat Barley Flour uais nar
Wednesday ... loo
Thursday .... 21 a 41
ITririflV 13 25
Saturday H7 11
Year age iut . 1 1
Total for week. 1"
Year ago R!0 134
Season to date.4.2fi7 i:
Year ago 4.011 BH3
HOPS QUIET AT CLOBg OF WEEK
Market la Holdlns Steady at 15 to tti
All the Coast hop markets were quiet yes
terday. A few sales of Oregons were re
ported at J5 to : cants, but most of the
dealers ware without buying orders. Mora
growers are offering their hop foV sale, but
it la to be noted that they are not making
concessions On all sides the disposition Is
to wait and sea what tha -coming week will
a ..hi. fmm Trnnmonaer. of London, re
ported that market firm but unchanged.
The atrength and activity oi m - -York
market la reported by the Waterville
Times as follow:
, "Almost unprecedented aciivuy n.
..... r in,.nl market the past
week. Last week we reported offers as high
as 32 cants, but with very few sales. From
this point the market naa risen ie"J -37
!4 cents, and better offered, with a large
number of sales at 35 and 3 cent net
to grower. One sale or tu oaies .
choice quality was made yesterday at 40
. - ..... ,hi. m helluva was an exception,
ceuis, " " . v..."
and is not Indicative of the general market.
"It ia estimated among local
., i. than 1000 balea left in grow
ers' hande in Oneida and Madison counties.
mostly of very good quamy. wo
.v.. ....i .Hvitv that the available
I i U Jll uia j.. .
supply will b considerably diminished at
the prevailing prices wnnin a
FRl.IT BtrrUES CLEAN UP WELL
Best reaches In Demand and Firm To
matoes and Celery Weak.
There was a good cleanup of all kinds of
fruit yesterday. The best peachea were firm,
Elbertaa brings 65 cents and Levi clings
75 cents. Local arrivals were small.
The grape market was In good shape at
unchanged prices. A car of Tokaya is due
Monday and will sell at $1.25. Local Con
cords were plentiful on the public market
at IS cents, but there were few on the
A ahlpment of fancy Winter Banana ap
ples was received from Hood River and put
on sale at S2.50 a box.
Stocks of oranges are running very low,
and the market is firm at 6. No fresh up-.
plie are expected until navela begin to
move. Four cars of bananas were received in
Tomatoes continue in oversupply and weak.
Ripe stock sold as low as 12 V, and 15 cents.
Local celery was also very plentiful and
HALF CENT ADVANCE IX CHEESE
Market Will Be Higher Monday Owing 'to
Kise in South
Cheese quotations will be advanced half a
cent Monday morning. The strength of the
Doe to Arrive.
Kama From. Data.
Beaver Los Angeles. . In port
Breakwater. .. .Coos Bay Sept H8
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook. .. .BepL 28
Yucatan Ean Diego. ... Sept. 28
Bear I. os Angeles. . ept. 20
Alliance Eureka Oit. a
Hose City San Pedro. ... Oct, 4
Roanoke inn Diego Oct. S
Nam. For. Date.
Yale F. to L. A.. Sept, 29
Beavar Loa Angeles. Sept. 20
J. B. Stetson. . .Los Angeles. . Kept. 29
Yosemite San Diego. ... Sept. 80
Sue H. Elmore. Tillamook. . . .Kept.
Breakwater. .. .Coos Bay Sept.
Harvard S. F. to L. A. . Oct.
Yucatan. ..... .San Francisco Oct.
Bear Los Angeles. . Oct.
Alllane Coos Bay Oct.
Rosa City Los Angeles. . Oct.
Boanoka fan Diego. . . . Occ.
European and Oriental Service.
Name. From. Date
frkermark Hamburr.... Oct I
Den of Crombls London Oct 8
C. Ferd Laelss. Manila Nov. 4
Den of Glamia. London Nov.
Andalusia Hamburg. ... Dec. 4
glthonla Hamburg.... Deo. 81
Dan of Alrlie. . .London Jan 2
MonmouthshireLondon Feb. . 1
Name. For. Date.
TJckermark Hamburg. ... Oct 8
Den of Cromble London Oct 10
C. Ferd Laelss. Manila Nov. 8
Den of Glamia. .London Nov. 18
Andalusia Hamburg. ... Deo. 10
Slihonla Hamburg. ... Jan. 7
Dan of Alrlie. . .London. ..... Jan. 12
MonmouthshireLondon Fob.' lO
arket is due to the advance in California.
Butter wot firm and closely cleaned up at
the close of the week. No ehanga in prices
is expected in the near future.
The egg market was firm with a fair de
mand and a limited supply of fresh stook.
Chickens cleaned up well in most quar
ters at Friday's prices. Dealers are uncer
tain as to the course of the coming week's
market. Country dressed meats were steady.
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS.
Grain. Flour, Feed. Etc
WHEAT Track prices: Club. 78"79c:
bluestcm, SSffOOc; forty-fold, 80c; red Rus
sian, 77 tt 78c; valley, sue.
FLOUR Patents. 84.70 per barrel;
straights. 84.10; exports. 8.5.' 8.70; val
ley, .u; granaiu. ii.nv. wnoia wneat.
OATS No. 1 white, 825 26.
CORN Whole. $37; cracked, 838 per ton.
HILL8TUFFS Bran, -822 per ton;
wr DflPTf A VT1 C IV T'TF'M
shorts. $24 per ton; middlings, 831 perl
BARLEY Feed, 825 par toa; brewing,
82J2.50; rolled, 82829.
HAY Fanoy Eastern Oregon timothy, 1
16; timothy and elover, H4gl5; timothy
and alfalfa. 1314: alfalfa. 13; cloyer
SS.50&10; oat and vetoh, J1011; onat, 810
&U; valley grata hay, 10Q1L
Fruit and Vegetable.
Local Jobbing quotatlona: ...
TROPICAL FttUlTB Oranges. I4.50O
. . . q uiflia . Kav nlnA.
a per cox; lemuua, o.vv c "".""-.'--
apples, 7c per pound; bananas, 4Vs5o per
ONIONS Oregon and Walla Walla, 81.50
per sack. .
VEGETABLES Bean. 84e pr pound:
cabbage, I'na per pound; cauliflower,
$2per crate; corn, 1015e dosen; cucumbara.
20 40c per box; eggplant, C7 per pound;
head lettuce 3540c per doren; peas. 7o
. r. It iuii Bound: rad-
per (imiuu, jjik, . v A
ishes, 10612c per dozen; tomatons, 12tt30e
per box; garlic, 10c per pound; sprouta. 8o
per pound; artichokes, 81 per doxen; squash,
lo per pound; pumpkins. lV.o per pound;
celery. 4O(St;0c per dozen.
POTATOES Oregon, $1.00 per hundred;
buying price, 75& 85c at shipping point;
sweet potatoes, $2 2.25 par crate.
GREEN FRUIT Apples, 60ci&$2.50 per
, . i 1 1 . n frt i Tft nr erate:
peaches. 25&750 per box; plums, 8050o
per Dox; peare, )ivi.au p
50c $1.23 per cvrate, 15c per Basket,
casabaa, $1.75 per dozen; cranberriea, $0
0.50 per barrel. 1
Dairy and Ceuntry PreOiioa.
Local Jobbing quotation:
POl'LTRY Hens, 1414V4c; springs. 17o;
turkeys, live. 23c; dressed, nominal; ducks,
12&15c; geese, young, 12018c.
EGGS Oregon fresh ranch, eandled, 85
36c per dozen.
CHEESE Oregon triplets, lie; Dasies,
17V-c; Young Americas, 16c.
BUTTER Oregon creamery butter cttbea,
14c per poucd; butter fat. dllvar4. 8o
PORK Fancy, lH412c per pound.
VEAL Fancy. lEglSKc per pound.
Local Jobbing quotatlona:
6ALMON Columbia River, one-pound
tails. $2.25 per dozen; half-pound flat.
81.40; one-pound flat, 82-45; Alaska, pink,
one-pound tall. 83c; llvarsld, ona-pnuna
'"hONEY Choice, $3.26 3.78 per ease.
NUTS Wslnuta. 18o per pound; Brazil
nuta. 1215e; filberta, 1515Ho; '"
toe: peanuts. 80ttte; coeoanuta, 0ce$l
per doaen: eheatnuta, llo per pound; mc
orvnut. sloc; pecan, 17c; pin. 17Vs20o,
BEANS Small whit. $e; iarg wblt.
me; Lima. oSOe; pink, 4.16cj Mexloaa,
ae; bayou. 4.1fio.
SUGAR Fruit and berry. $5.85; Honolulu
plantation, $5.00; beat $5.5; extra C, J.1;
powdered, barrels, S6.U0; cubes, barrel,
COFFEE Koaatad, Us drums, 18032 per
SALT Granulated, $1 per tons half
ground 100s, $lft.25 per ton; 60, 11 per ton;
dairy, $12.50 per ton.
RICE No. 1 Japan. 8 0Be: chapr
grades. 4e; Southern head. 59Jfcc
DRIED FRUITS Applea, 10c par pound:
apricots, 1214c; peaches. 8011c; prunes.
Italian. 6010c; silver, 18c; tig, whit and
black ahitilB: curranta. Dae; ralalna, loos
Muscatal, 614 07Vz; . blcacbad, Thompson,
lle; unbleached. Sultana. 5fco; seeded,
lb 8 He; dates, Persian, TVs08e per pound;
ard, $1.65 per box.
FIGS Twalv 10-ounee, 85e; 80 6-ounc.
$1.86; 70 4-oune. $2.50; 80 10-oune. $2 28;
loose. 60-pound boxes. H07o; Smyrna,
boxes. $l.fofrL25: candled. $3 per .uM.
Local Jobbing quotations:
HAMS 10 to 12 pounds, 22i,c; 12 to 14
pounds. 2214c; picnic, 15ViC. ' . ,
BACON Fancy, 30iguol,c; standard. 84
26c; English, 2223c.
LARD In tierces, choice, 18 c; com
pound, ioi c. ,
DRY SALT MEATS Regular short clean,
13 it Hi 15c; short clearbacka. 16 H 17c.
Hop. Wool and Hide.
HOPS 1013 crop, ' 232614c par pound;
1012 crop, nominal.
PELTS Dry. loc; Spring lamb. 4O06Oe;
HIDES Salted hides. 1212He per lb.;
salt kip. 1313Vsc; salted calf, 17018c;
green hides, llHHc; dry hides, 23023feo;
dry calf, 25c; salted bulls, 8Vso per lb.;
green bulls, 7 Vie.
MOHAIR 1018 clip, 25026o per pound.
CA8CARA BARK Old and nw. Be per
Unseed Oil. Gasoline. ..c
LINSEED OIL Raw, barrels. 62c: boll
barrels, 64c; raw. cases, 67o; cases, 89c
OIL MEAL F. e. b. Portland works: Car
lots, $35; 5 and 10-ton lota, $34: ton iota.
TURPENTINE Barrels. SStto; cases, Clo,
COAL OIL Cases, 17H02Oc; drums
and barrels. 100 13 He
GASOLINE Case. 23c;. bulk, 18
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Portland $2,210,050 $304, 12
battle 2,377,0.".0 1 00.236
Tacoma 328,700 00.764
Knnkun. 603.075 57.884
Clearings of Portland, Seattle and Tacorna
for the past weeK ana correspunuins wee
In former years were:
. . 11.4!I0.424
. . 11.278.1S4
ANOTHER INCREASE IN RESERVE
New Tork Banks' t'u Gain for Week Is
NEW YORK, Sept 27. The statement of
the actual condition ol ciearing-nouse uanas
and trust companies for the week shows
that they hold $11,044,050 reserve in excess
of Hgal requirements. Thl is an increase
of $.580,500 from last week. The statement
Loans $1,051,631,000 $3,708,000
DtiCie 430,310,000 3.0S1.000
Lt-Kal tenders 76,313,000 1. 731,000
Net deposits 1.700,613,000 2,024,000
Decrease. . .
Banks' cash reserve In vault, $3j2,914,-00O-
trust companies' cash reserve in vault,
$63,715,000: adgiegate cash reserve, $410.
020,000; excess lawful reserve. $11,044,050;
increase, $3.su.500: trust companies' reserve
ivlth clearing-house members carrying 2j
per cent cash reserve, $50,177,000.
Summary uf state banks and trust com
panies ir Greater New York nof Included in
ciearins-huse statement: -
-.,, ;..$3fin,M3.200 $4,431,700
fc,0 'r." k:i r.71 :ioo K3.000
Legal tender."::".. 7.H32.09O; 53.300
.. 0-,lOU,V lug
Coffee and Sugar.
NEW YORK. Sept. 27. Higher European
and Brazilian cablea started a considerable
buying movement In coffee futures today,
and an opening advance of 8 to 10 points
established new high records on the later
deliveries. The close was steady. September.
9 '6c- October, .24c; Oecember. .49e; Jan
uary. 9.33c; March, .78c; May, 9.01c; July.
10Spot steady. Rio No. 7, 9c; Santo No.
4 12c. Mild quiet. Cordova. 12&lc.
' Raw sugar barely steady. Muscovado,
5 0S3.11c; centrifugal. I.5Sf 3.61c; mo
lasses, 2.830 2.86c. Refined quiet.
SAVANNAH. Ga., Sept. 27. Turpentine
firm. 38c Sales. 513 barrela; receipts. 351
barrels: shipments. 1024 barrels; atocks, 33,
S53 barrels. . ,
Rosin firm. Salea, 1410 pounds; reoelpt,
1304 pound; shipments, 6916 pounds: stocks,
163 243 pounds. Quote: A, B, C, D, E. F.
Q H. I, $3 60; K, 14.10; M. $4.40; N. $3.30;
WG, $6; WW, $6.16.
NEW TORK. Sept. 37. Cotton closed
steady at a net advance of 11 to 17 points.
Spot cotton steady. Middling upland.
LIVERPOOL Sept. J7. Cotton Spot dull.
Dried Fruit at New Tork.
NEW YORK, Sept. 37. Evaporated ap
ples firm. Fancy, 80ie; choice, 80io;
London Wool Sales.
LONDON, Sept. 27. The wool sales were
active and firm today. The offerings next
week number 74.250 balea and today's offer
ngs 10,776 bales.
Lane County- Hops Sold.
EUGENE, Or., 8ept 27. (Special.)
James Hayes and J. W. Seavey thla week
sold 440 bale of hop at 26 cent.
Chicago Dairy Produce,
CHICAGO. Sept 27. Butter unchanged.
Eggs, receipt 7621 cases, unchanged.
Hop at New York. -NEW
YORK, Sept 27. Hops steady.
TCFT?. 28. 1913.
NET CHANGES SILL
Union Pacific and Reading
Alone Make Gains.
STOCK TRADING IS LIGHT
Berlin Is Bidder in Wall Street for
Funds Bond Market Kules
Steady- Jold Imports Are
NEW TORK, Sept. Z7. With the ex
ception of Reading- and Union Pacific,
each of which made grains of about a
point, the stock market closed today
with prices of the active stocks little
Trading; was light, and at the opening-
the market sagged silently. Early
losses were made up In most cases, al
though another dip downward toward
the close resulted in small net declines
for many of the leaders. Strength of
Reading and Union Pacific exerted lit
tle influence elsewhere. Union Pacific
rose to the highest quotation of the
The bank statement made a disap
pointing showing. Instead of the ex
pected train in cash of $8,000,000, the
increase was only $2,250,000.
Berlin was in this market as a bidder
for funds. For loans to carry over the
settlement period, V4 per cent was of
fered, but so far a could be ascertained
New York bankers have declined to ac
cept these terms.
Bonds ruled steady. Total sales, par
value $800,000. United States 2s de
clined , the 4s common and Pana
ma 2s a point on call on the week.
TREASURY DEPOSITS HELP MARKET
October Settlements Abroad May Be Fol
lowed By Gold Imports.
NEW TORK. Sept, 27. Uncertainty
over the outlook for business was be
lieved to be the principal cause of the
halting tendency of stock prices during
the week. The easing of the money
market, in spite of seasonable demands,
left no obstacle from that cause to the
use of funds in the stock market.
Opinions over trade prospects are con
flicting. Mercantile and commercial
circles express confidence. That tone
is perceptible also in the great textile
centers. Iron and steel trade and rail
road traffic officials are not so confi
dent. The decline in the price of re
fined copper, in spite of the strong sta
tistical position, also affects trade sen
timent Corn-carrying railroads are
estimating the probable losses of traf
fic by reason of damage to that crop.
An Increase of $288,000,000 in the op
...iinff in.nmA of the steam railroads is
shown in the report compiled by the
Interstate Jommerce uommisniuu mi
. v, fi ...... i Aririo1 .Tn n a 30.
Such a growth, even with a parallel
Increase in net earnings, uoo u".
out a plea of poverty or of oppression
of the railroads. The exhibit la dread
ed, nevertheless, for the Influence it
may give to claims of all sorts on the
The domestic money market was ben
efited decidedly by the Treasury depos
its with National banks in the South
and West. The approach of the Octo
ber settlements hardened discount rates
abroad, but confidence was maintained
that ease would follow the settlements
and possible gold imports to New York.
Disquiet in the Balkans also disturbed
Strength of a few individual stocks,
including Union Pacific, Reading and
People's Gas, from rumored special
causes, was lacking in sympathetic ef
fect on the general list, owing to the
obvious attempts of profit-taking sell
ers to take advantage of their sustain
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Reported by J. C. Wilson A Co., Lewis
Bales.High. Low. jClose.
Amal. Copper Co
Am. Car &. F. com.,
Am. Can, com
Am. Cotton Oil, com
Am. Loco., com
Am. Sugur, com
Am. Smelt., com
Am. Tel. & Tel
Am. Woolen, com....
Anaconda Mining Co.
B. & O., com. . ,
Bethleliem Steel, c...
Brooklyn Rapid Tr..
Canadian Pac, com..
Central Leather, com.
C. & G. w., com. . . . .
C, M. & St P
C. & N. W., com.....
Chesapeake e Ohio..
Colo. Fuel ic Iron, c. .
Colo. South., com....
Corn Products, com..
Delawure & Hudson
Denver se Rio U., c...
do 2d preferred....
do 1st preferred. . .
Gt. North, ore lands..
Gt. North., pfd.
Intcrurban Met, c...
Kansas City south...
20 I 20
2314 SUM' 23
15l 5 15
Ul'V 82 61
Louisville & Nashville
M., K. & t., com . . .
Missouri PaeiHc ....
N. Y Ont West.
New York Central ..
Norfolk ec Western, c
1 UTt it
Northern Pacific, com
P. G.. L. Coke Co.
Pressed Steel Car, c.
Ray Con. Copper ....
do 2d pref. ......
do 1st pref.
Rep. Iron & Steal, c.
Rock Island, com ...
St L. S. F.. Sd pf.
do 1st pref.
St L. as S. W.. com.
Southern Pacific, com
Southern Railway, c.
Tennesse Copper ...
Texaa & Pacific
Tol., St. L. i W., c..
Union Pacific, com...
do preferred ......
U. S. Rubber, com . .
U. S. Steel Co.. com.
Virginia Chemical ..
Western Union Tel. .
Westinghouss Eleo. .
Wisconsin Central, c.
Total sales for tha day. 134,100 share.
NEW YORK, Sept. 2T. Closing quota-
Us"ref 2 reg. 96 NYC gen 3. 83 B
do coupon ... 06 No Pacific 8... 68 B
U 8 8 reg 102No Pacific 4s... 04
do coupon . . .102 ; Union Paclifc 4s. 07
U S new 4s reg.luOjWls Central 4s.. 87
do coupon ...108 i
Stocks at Boston.
BOSTON, Sept. 27.-
Amalg Copper. . 76
A 2 L Sm... 10
Arizona Com .. 5
B & C C & S M,. 75
Cas & Arizona.. 07
Cal Jfc Hecla 440
Cop Ran Con Co 40
E Butte Cop M. 1214
Granby Con 70
Greene Cananea. 31
I Rosalie (Cop) 20
Kerr Lake....... 4
Nevada Con 16
Sup & Bos Min. .
U S S R & M . . .
Lake Copper.... Utah copper to. j
La alle copper o -m w m.-n
Miami Copper. 2S Wolverine
Money, Exchange, Ete.
NEW YORK. Sept 27. Money on call
nominal. No loan, -.rime loan "i
days, 44 per cent; 90 days. 44
per cent, '":..'".",'
frime mercanmo r-i-'. .v' a;.
Sterling exchange steady, 34.81.80 for
kiii. ii ks.m for demand: commercial
Har silver, flzc.
Mexican dollars. 47c.
riovemment bonds steady: railroad bond
tnvnni Rent 27. Bar silver steady.
28 d per ounce.
Money. 3wa per cent.
Ta-. .qi-AAMnt In ih, nnn market for
short bills, S per cent; three months
bills, 4 l-164 per cent
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 27. Sliver bars,
Mexican dollars Nominal.
Drafts Sight. 2c; do., telegraph. So.
Kterlintf in London. 60 Cava. 34.82: do..
SAN FRANCISCO FRODUCB EXCHANGE.
Price Quoted at the Bay City for Vege
tables. Fruit. Etc
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept 27. The follow
ing produce prices were current her today:
Fruit Apples. Gravensteins. fOc&f?;
other varieties, 40cfl.50; Mexican limes,
siil0; California lemons, S4.60t8.50; pine
Cheese New, 1517c; Young America,
Hay Wheat $19.80 30.50; wheat aaa
oats, 17gl8; alfalfa, fl018.50.
Eggs Fancy ranch, 39; store, 32o.
Butter Fancy creamery, 83 c; seconds,
Vegetable Cucumber. 50 75c; green
peas, 35c: string beans, 2&)4c; eggplant
35 & 65c
Onions New, yellow, 0c31 per sack
Potatoes New river whites, 85c 31; Sa
linas Burbanks, $1.751.U5; Merced sweets,
Receipts Flour, 6128 quarter sacks; bar
ley, 14.150 centals; potatoes, 8905 sacks;
hay, 350 tons.
CATTLE TRADE IS SLOW
DEMAND IS OXlrY FOR CHOICE
Hogs Have Held Well During Past
"Week Heavy Liquidation in
Only a moderate amount of buaineaa waa
put through at the Stock Yards yesterday,
as usual in the half duy's trading on Sat
urday. No feature developed aside from
those previously reported.
Receipts were 2 cattle, 2 calves, 125 hogs
and 1753 sheep.
Shipper were A. S. Hardee. Lyle, 8 cars
sheep; O. Lucke, Canby, 1 car hogs: O.
Lucke, Condon, 6 cars oattle, calves and
hotrs; W. L. Owner. Nampa, 1 car hogs.
The day's sales were as follows:
11 steer 080 S0.50
24 stters 1121 7.20
1 ateer 1810 7.00
16 cowa 058 6.25
2 cow 10SO 6.00
04 ewes 00 3.40
41 hogs 164 8.10
10 hogs 150 8.60
5 hogs 2N6 8.50
3 hogs 42U 7.25
41 hogs 154 8.25
The official weekly market report follow:
"Receipts for the week have been: Cat
tle, 1402; calves, 10; hogs, 1083; sheep. 9065;
"Sentiment in the cattle market has not
been such as to warrant optimism recently.
While receipts have not totaled so much aa
a week ago, there has been more than
enough beef to supply trade needs. The 38
steer has been displaced, at leaat temporar
ily, and extreme top quotation is $7.50 to
$7.75. Butcher quality failed to attain the
high standard of six days ago, and prices on
cows were generally lower. Prime heifers
at $7, cows $6.75, bulls at $5.50 and calvea
at $0 are liberal price tops. Demand for
any but choice finished cattle ia slow and
outlet very unsatisfactory.
"Bumping the hog market is not proving
as easy a task aa buyers anticipated. No
other explanation Is needed than supply
paucity. Statistically, the market Is 10 to
15 cents higher than it was a week ago,
and prime light swine are resting around
$8.75. Some fairly good lots brought $8.50
to $S.60 and $8.7U, too, and amooth weighty
stuff moved readily at $7.50 to $7.75, If
receipts for the week had been larger -perhaps
a more active market would have held
forth, but growers are not rushing to mar
ket as yet and liquidation la spasmodic. Of
course, hogs are beginning to carry more
weight as Winter approaches, and quality
will be a better packing proposition eventu
ally. Until receipts become steady enough
to deluge the trade, ewltie prices have a
good chance to range between $8 and $8.5u,
"Mutton and lamb liquidation continued
liberal last week, and there waa so much
fat killing stutr in the run buyers did not
have the nerve to shade bids. Choice moun
tain wethers sold $1 to $4.25 and ewes at
$4. Packers took to the lamb offerings in
great style, bidding $5.25 for all the best
ones. Pessimists said the markt would
quickly subside to $5 if too muny lamb
were liquidated this week, but they were
disappointed. However, the trade ia not ao
short-handed on lambs and mutton as it waa
10 days ago, and buyers may not manifest
so much Interest during the remainder of
September if liquidation is abnormally
Representative sale during the week have
been as follows:
20 steer 1WI8 $7.83
70 steers 1172 7.75
120 steers 1105 7.25
130 steers 1056 6.X5
3 calve 140 9.00
1 calf 210 8.00
10 bulla 1246 5.50
4 bulls 1354 4.50
27 cows 1201 6.75
154 cow 048 6.50
41 cows 916 5.75
37 helfors 1130 7.25
112 hogJ 107 8.75
320 hogs 186 8.70
203 hogs 105 8.05
178 hogs 100 8.50
1074 lambs 77 5.25
75 wethers 06 4.35
IDS ewes 13 3.00
20 yearlings ,.. 123 4.50
The . range cf price at tne yaraj. was as
Prim steers . .
Choice steer . .
Prime cows ...
Choice cows .,
Medium cow ,
. T.50 Mi
. 7.J6W 7. SO
. 6.75 7.0j
. I.50 (.71
. . 2JJJ est
. 6.25 7.00
. S.UUtil V.vO
. 9.75(1 7.i
. 4.00KS i.i
. $.75 0 4.31
Light 8.40 1.70
Heavy 7.45 0 7.7$
Wethers 8.60 9 4.33
Ewes B.OOtf 4.15
tambs 4.UU lit 5.25
Omaha Livestock Market.
SOUTH OMAHA, Neb., Sept. 27. Cattle
Receipts 200. market steady. Native
steers, $7.509.30; cows and heifers, $0.OUUi
7.65; Western steers, $0.258.25; Texas
steers, $j.75S 7.5U; range cows and heifers,
$5.75(9f7.10: calves, $6.75-8.75.
Hogs Receipts 4200, market higher.
Heavy, $S.0o&8.25; light, $S.2ur8.50; pigs,
IU.0O&7.S0; bulk ot sales, S8. 20ft 8.23.
Sheep Receipts 500, market steady. Year
lings, $5.2O&5.70; wethers, $4.0014.60;
Chicago Livestock Market.
CHICAGO, Eept 27. Cattle Receipts,
1000, market steady. Beeves, $7,3510.50:
Texaa steers, $7.008.10; Western steers,
t0.3L'o8.40; siocksis and feeders, $.j.4U'u
8.00: cows and heifers, $3.85w8.75; calves,
$8. BO & 12.00.
Hogs Receipts 9000, market strong at
yesterday's average. Light, S8.35&9-00;
mixed. $S.059.00; heavy, $7.80i8.05;
rough, 17.001 8. 10; pigs, $4.258.25; bulk of
sales, $8.25ft 8.7o.
Sheep Receipts 1000, market steady.
Native. $3 604.65; Western, $8.756, 4.65;
yearlings. $4.7333.80: lambs, native, $5.50
(S-7.15; Western, 15.50 7.15.
Wasp Wrecked Off Alaska.
NOME, Alaska. Sept 27. The power
schooner Wasp was wrecked August 25
off the mouth of the Kuskokwim River.
She left Good News Bay, south of the
Kuskokwim, on August 24. The next
day she was struck by a violent storm.
She tried to anchor, but the anchor
dragged and the vessel was driven
upon a rock, which stove a hole in her.
The six men who were on. board
launched a dory and set out to row to
SL Michael. For five dayj they were
in the small boat without food or water,
and they were nearly dead when they
arrived at SL Michael yesterday.
Besides Captain Charles Knudson and
his crew of three, there were on the
Wasp A. N. Evans, commissioner of
education for Alaska, and Frank
Waskey, ex-delegate to Congress and
now a trader at beammon Bay, Yukon
TARIFF WILL HOLO
No Change in Canadian Wheat
Duty This Winter.
CHICAGO PRICES LIFTED
Shorts Stampede to Cover When
News Is Received From Ottawa.
Early Market Arfected by
CHICAGO, Sept 27. What appeared
to be authentic advices that Canadian
duties would not bo removed until
after the meeting of Parliament in the
Spring had a decided rallying effect to
day on the price of wheat. The market,
which at first had been depressed,
closed firm. V4c to c higher. Corn
showed a net loss of ',4c to ,c and
oats a gain of Vic to He Provisions
finished Irregular, varying from 5
cents decline to an advance of a shade.
Wheat traders who had overloaded
stampeded to cover as soon as thty
heard from Ottawa that there was
good authority for a belief that the
Canadian tariff would not be disturbed
before next Spring. Until this buying
flurry set In, the market was heavy,
owing to the huge receipts from the
Liberal deliveries on September con
tracts, with fine weather for market
ing, gave courage to the selling side
in the corn crowd.
Oats rallied with wheat.
Provisions held steady, influenced by
strength at the yards.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. High. Low. Close
Sept $ .84 $ .83 -4 $ .84 $ .S5
Dec. 87 .X7 .80 Vt .87
May 9214 .02 .91 .02!i
Kept 70 '4 .70 Vi .60 51 .7014
Dec S0 .70V, .611 .60v,
May 71 .71 H .70H .71V
Sept 40 .40 .40 .40H
Dec 41 .42 .41H .42lj
May 45 !4 .45 .45 .451
Jan 19.80 10.80 10.774 19.77H
May r 19.07 19.07 H 10.07 Vi
Jan 10.024 10.02rt 10.00 10.00
May 11.071, 11.074 11.02H 11.05
Jan 10.42V4 10.424 10.424 10.424
May 10.55 10.55 10.52 4 10.55
Cash prices were:
Corn No. 2. 714714c; No. t
white, 7Ht(o72c; No. 2 yellow. il4ii2c;
No. 3, 70(47Hic; No. 3 white, 714W
71c; No. 3 yellow, 714(1710.
Oats, No. 2, white. 424; No. 3 white, 4(i'
6414c; standard, 41(o,414c.
Rye, No. 2. 61 4 iff 65c.
Clover, $9c 11.50.
Lard, $llifll.02 4.
Ribs, $10.50 lir 11.25.
Kuropean Grain Markets.
LONDON, Sept. 27. Cargoes on passage,
quiet, but steady.
English country markets 6d lower for
week; French country markets, firm.
LIVERPOOL, Sept 27. Wheat Spot
steady. Futures firm. October, 7s Id; De
cember, 7s ld; March, 7s 24d.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, Sept. 27. Close: Wheat.
No. 1 hard, Buic; No. 1 Northern. S3o'
84 Tic; No. 2 Northern. 81ft S24c: No. 2
hard Montana, &-",4 ij Wic, No. 3 wheat, 79
80T4c; September, elTic; December, 84),c;
May, 89 4 c
Flax, $1.39 4ttl.il4.
San Francisco Grain Market,
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 27. Spot quota
tions: Wulla Wallu, f 1.46 4 ffi 1-47 4 ; red
Russian, $1.45 1.48 4 '. Turkey red, $1,57 4 i
1.60; bluestem, $1.00t.24; feed barl-y.
$1.374(1. 40: brewing. nominal; white
oats, $1,404 fil l. 47 4 ; bran, $24.50(25; mid
dlings, $30bi31; shorts, $25.5026.
Call board sales:
Barley firm. December $1,464 bid, $1 41
asked per cental; May, $1,514 bid, l.u4
asked per cental.
Puget Sound Wheat Market.
SEATTLE. Sept. 27. Wheat Bluestem,
80c; fortyfold, 81c; club. 80c; fife, 7uc; red
yesterday's car receipts Wheat, 66: oats,
10; barley. 18; hay, 2"; flour, 2; corn, 1.
TACOMA, Sept. 27. Wheat Bluestem,
80c- fortyfold, 81c; club, sue; red, 70c
Car receipts Wheat, 100; barley, 5; oat.
3; hay, 18.
NEW TORK. Sept. 27 The metal mar
kets wen dull and virtually nominal.
Copper Lake. 17.00o; electrolytic, 16.75
f 16.874c; casting, 18 62 4 W 16. 75c.
Iron Unchanged. t
OVERDUE SCHOONER SPOKE
Stlmson Reports fclirhtliig MIndoro
Willi Sails Badly Tattered.
SEATTLE, Wash.. Sept. 27. Anxiety
over the schooner Mindoro, overdue at
Seattle from Coquimbo, Chile, was re
lieved today when the schooner Stlm
son, from Coquimbo, reported speaking
the Mindoro off the Lower California
coast, September 7, with some of her
sails gone and showing other signs of
having passed through a severe gale.
The Stimson had good weather for
the remainder of her voyage and the
captain says the Mindoro will pass Cape
Broker. Stock. Bond. Cattaa.
216-217 BOARD Of THADC DLDK.
MKMBKRS CHICAGO BOARD OK
Correapondeata af Lsgaa Bryaa.
Cblcmer and New York.
New Yark Stack Exchaasfa.
Chlcasio Stock Uxcsisgf,
Buitos Stock ExobssKff,
Cbleaaa Board of Trade.
New York Cotton Kxcbanire.
Sew Orleans Cotton Kxi-sasgs,
ISew York Coffee Eicksszs,
New York Produce Kxckaac.
Liverpool Cottoa Ass'n.
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAIN AND COTTON.
MEM It KRS
NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE,
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANGE,
CHICAGO BOARIl OP TRADE.
THE STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE,
Lewis Building, 269 Oak Street.
Phones Marshall 4120. A 4187.
coos bay line:
Sail from Ainsworth Dock 8 A. M. Sept.
10, 24; 8 P. M. Sept. 8a And thereafter at
6 P. M. every Tuesday evening. Freight
received until 3 P. M. Sept. 18 and 25, 12
o'clock (NOON) every Tuesday thereafter.
Passenger fare: First-class. $10.00; Second
class $7.00, including berth and meals.
Ticket Office, Lower Ainsworth Dock.
PORTLAND AND COOS BAY STEAMSHIP
LINK. L. H. KEATING, Agent.
Phones; Main a00 and A 2332,