Image provided by: University of Oregon Libraries; Eugene, OR
About The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972 | View Entire Issue (March 14, 1904)
A. A-- JL-4 . T VJ1 V-- .B- V .V .V -.,.) .. V -avw - .-.. -a y - - : - - " w " . mm -
r Entered at - the Postofflee of Portland.. Or.,
"for tranmllon through the mall second'
ila8 matter, - - - '-
Pnatagn (or (ingle eopleat Tor an 8, 10 of li
nage paper, l cent; 111 to 28 page. 2 cents;
ever 28 page. 8 cent.
, TELEPHONja,. . . .
" Business Office Main 6il. ' "
Editorial Booms Main 200.
rOHEIGM ADVEKTI8INO KEPHEBEMTATIVE.
Vreeland-Bengamln Special Advertising Agency,
t ISO Nassau street, NewA'ork; Tribune Build-
Jug, Chicago, .
1 SUBSCRIPTION BATES. '
. Terra by Carrier.
The Dally Journal, one year...... ..IB-00
. 1 he Dally Journal, six months. .. .. .... .... 2-0
The IIRllT Journal thru mnntha ......... . 1.30
.The Daily Journal, br the week. .......... 1 10
Terms bv Kail.- ,v"v;
The Dally Journal, by mall, one year ..,,.i.$-00
The Dully Journal, by mall, silt months. . ... 2.0
The Dally Journal, by mall, three months.. 1.23
The Daily Journal, br mall, one month.... ,u0
The 8emi-Weekly Journal.
The Semi-Weekly Jonrnal, 8 to 12 pages r
. each Ivan all th. navra anil full market
reports, one yesr .,.,,....,....$1.60
The Weekly Journal.
The Weekly Journal. 100 columns of read"
filar jvai.h l.au. tlltiut-ratari. full market '
reports, one year ......o
Remittance should be made by drafts, postal
awtca, -express orders, and small amounts, are
aeccpiame in 1 and. z-cent posts ao aiawim.
; 1. 0. Box 121, Portland, Or. -
.WBESE THE JOTBHAt HAT SI EOtJMa
aew m Item a FB avuHU va aaa w a anew av-
lowing places: . . .'. ' : .
BPOKANK. WASrt.-John W. Oraham Co. J
: Lee Marx. Victoria hotel news stand.
TACOMA, W A SH. Central News company, 1121
; Paclnc avenue, .
.BOISE. IDAHO Pioneer book store.
.6 AN KRANCISCO W. E. Anting, Palace hotel
news-stand: Uoldamttn Bros., - ivn ouner
' atrnat. VnA W Pitta. 1MM Market itmt
tOS ANGELES B. F, Gardner, 258 South
Nprlng street; Ollrer Haines. 206 Bouth
' Bpring street -'
JAW LAKE CITY Kenyon hotel news stand;
Harrow Bros., 43 Weet Second sireec aoou,
(MilltfN ilffflrtn Nki unmhtnT.
.DENVER, COI.O. Kendrtck Book Stationery
company.' 912 Seventeenth street.
Kakhah riTVv.n No Kawa rnmnanv.
OMAHA Millard hotel news stand; Megetth
.. Stationery company, 1308 Farnam street.
ST. I.OI'IS PMIIn Rnerler. 81 Locust street.
CHICAGO Poetofflce News company, 178 Dear-
NEW YORK C1TT Brentano's. TTnlnn sonars. "
Weather conditions and arenersi forecast for
-''Oregon, Washington scd Idaho: A moderate
disturbance is central this morning oTer the
.Willamette valley moTing eaatward. Btorm
warnings for high westerly winds are ordered
t the mouth of the Columbia rlTer and the
entrant to the Htralt of Fucs. Imrlng the laat
12 hours geuersl raid has occurred In northern
California, western Oregon and western Ween
li.glon, and light rain or snow is reported in
CHatern Oregon, esatern Washington and Idaho.
The rier thla morning at Portland is 13.8
ft. which Is fsll of 0.9 of a foot since
ymtertlajr. .. It will continue to fall, but at a
altivt rate, riurlne tha next few daya.
Th indications are for occasional rain or
nmv In thla district Tuesday.
' Maiimnm temperature in the last 24 hours,
44; minimum temperature, 34; precipitation,. .83.
Ocorge II. Cooper. 21. and Alma Foatef.' 20.
Verne M. Barkoicy,' zi, ana iaa H. jjaxingo,
Frederick I. Esmond. King county, Wash.,
43. and NVUIe Illrchbelmer, 27.
George E. gtrayer, 92, and Dollle D. Smith,
81. - - -
A. W. Barrett, 21. and Stella Cornelius, 20.
March . to Mr. and Mrs. T, A. Wynkoop,
i!S Kaat Ninth street, a son.
March 4, to Mr. and Mr. 'William H. pits
gi-rnirt. sai sao Kernel street, a aaugnter.
March 7, to Mr. and .Mrs. Joseph M., 1CSch,
t rtWBDVivi .anTTfc -a MamMim..,' . i .
coirr aoiotj8 diseases.
Spend B1ddk, sged 14 years, at 895 Twelfth
street, chicken pox, mild. -
John Welghland, kged 3 years, at 0 Morris
street, typnoia terer, mud. ,
.. ,f r. , .... .,i ... , .
. . DEATHS. :
March 11. Nicholas Graff, aged 88 years, BOO
F.aat Klghtn street. Tuberculosis. Interment,
Lone Fir cemetery. .
March 10, Jennie Ferguson, aged 60 years.
at Mt. xaoor sanitarium. Btranguiauon. in.
termcnt at Baker- City.
' March tr Edwin r. Warner, sged 45 years
fpxxl Samaritan hospital. Interment, Xoae Fir
March 11. le Ring Fix. aged 43 years, Clay
street between ws.er nd Front. Consumption.
Interment. Lone Fir cemetery, ,
. March 4. Phillip' Csssldy, aged 64 years,
comity, hospital.' Interment, Mt, Calrary cem
Crematorlam, OB Oregon City ear Ihuv
Sellwond; modern, sclent 111c, complete. Charges
a nuns, ck; cnunren, visitors a a., m.
to 6 p. ta. Portland Cremation aasoelatloa.
The Edward Holman Undertaking eomnanr.
funeral directors snd mbalmere, 220 Third
street, f none vn.
J. P. Flnley A Bon, funeral directors and
embalmers, hare re mo red to their new eetab-
lUhtueijt, corner Tnird and Msdlsoa streets.
Voth phones Ma. I.-
- 1EAL ESTATE TBAN8FE1S.
Matthew J. IVLaahmutt'to Mary Delaah-'
mutt et al., lota 8 and 10, block 64.
Racheei Uatea et aU to George W.
. Holcomb et al.. lota and 7. block
0. I'roebetel's aubdlrlalon to Alhlna.. 1,000
Becurlty Narings ft Trust company to
I. A. Woolerr. lots 7 and 8. block 14.
- Arbor Lodge 278
Ha run MsoConnell to J. Koeantn -Usnv
hill, lot 8. block 17. Klna-'a Second ad
inreaiors Mortgage decurny company io
Minnie A. Masnn. east 25 feet ef
north V, lot 8. block 21. Alblna 1,800
tn.l.n iiawkius, anminiatrotor, to Frea
F. Hawklna. south V, lot 0. block 9.
KlTorTiew addition 780
B. Morton Conn to John F. O Shea et al.
lota 1, 3 and 8.. block 253, city 110,000
Ml upnenncimer, truatee, to A. w.
" Lamberts lota 8 and ft. block 8. Mayor
Galea' addition .2.600
IV. j. Burden and wife to Charles R.
Rlreens. lots 8 and 4. block 8.
Tahorslde . ..... 1,000
W. H. Tirrany and wife to W. .
fmllh and wife, lot 8. block 8. Mil-
' lor addition 2,00
F. Bollman snd wife to Crrln J.
Hayes, lots )4 to 23. block 8. Stan.
Icy addition No. 2 400
W, J. Burden and wlft to Otto J.
- Johnson. ' lota 1 and I. block 3.
V. J. Burden to John Krtcksun, lots
S nd , block 8, Taborside 1,000
Burr Oeltorne to Auatln Onboroe, lot 5,
block 123. East Portland 10
William Bohlantlet to Vlcto Land com- 1 t
mnv. - part kit B, block T.. Smith's
sulidlTlaloB and addition 1
Board of bospltal trustees to Security ,
. Savings Trust company, lota t, 4,
block 4R, Couch addition 1,800
George "W," Brown to Kline) Talpolo,
lot 13. block 10, Laurelwood ; 100
Fenny Hlaley to Arthur H. Slslcy, south
, 4ii feet lot 13, block 8, Mount Tsbot '
" Villa 1
Suale M Keen et al. to Philip Flarrla,
lta 1 and 2, block 125, Stepheua' ad
dition ........................ . 1.800
, . - ' "" 1 '
Get Tour Insurance Snd abstracts to real
estate from tha Title Guarantee A Trnat ceo
pi.nr. Chntnber .of Commerce building. ;
WARBUBTON March 18, at 11 p. m.. at ths
' home of ber granddaughter. Mrs. P. W. Dana,
M4 Fifth street, this city, Mrs Harriet
M'arburton. Old age brought her a painless
end. Funeral from Fliiley's parlors March 15,
10:30 s. m, (Hsrtford, New Haven and South
Manchester. Conn., papers please copy.)
. OBIRNT LOHGE. NO. 17. I. 0 O., F. The
members of Orient lodge are called to meet lu
their hall at 12:30 Tuesday .afternoon.,- March
15 to attend the funeral of our late brother.
Stephen Bernl. from the residence of Albert
Bernl. 186 Eaat Hl.teenlh street. By order of
the N. G? W. A. WHKW-KR, Secretary.
TOO LATE TO CLABBIET.
A SVAP -Furniture ror is, nouso ior rem
Cheap. 2o8 Mill St. '- ,
TRANSACTIONS IN THE FINANCIAL WORLD
" ' '. - ; ' . , .': . . V .... ,' - ' - ... ' " 1 ' ' " . '', ' , , ,, ii " i ii i ' i- iii iii i ,',- i -i .i hi' ' ti "i ' m
CLEANS UP EGGS
XJLXQE SKJ.PME1TT8 TO TSB HOBTH
KEZ.P tOOAXi TALTJIS BETTER
Ton n irow psBTAZuaro c ax.
Front Street, March 14. -The principal Heme
ef interest In the Portland wbolessle markets
today ares " ,
California salmon arrives. : V '
Eggs selling readily.
Poultry retains firm tons. ,
Sereral Mrs of vegetables arrive. ". 'j ;
. Butter Is quoted down. . j " .i
Hogs ire ranging up. , :,
Oood' veal is- very Arm.. t 1 '
Bran Is selling down.
Potatoes selling slow,
Shorts lose 1 todsyv ,
Onion market la lower. v, ;
Sugar looks like an advance. '
Hay market is very weak. .
Eggs Art telling Beadily.
ThS receipts of eees todar were not over
large and as -the surplus stocks of last week
had been cleaned up by tha firm demand from
the northern cities,, today's market la this city
wsS firm snd former prices were readily re
ceived. ' A few Says of good weather, how
ever, will hava the opposite effect and cold
tor age operations will bo begun In earnest.
it is yet s trine too early to put eggs sway,
bat some of the dealers have a strong ides that
prices will remain at present figures tor some
time. - The shipments of eggs from California
bavs been stopped at least temporarily, and
this, too, has b,ad a good effect on this mar
roultry Comes Trom the Eaat. '
It is now admitted by various dealers that
during tbe past few days an entire car of
eaatern dressed poultry was received in this
city on-MfcouDt of the scarcity of stocks here.
This ditf not have the very best effect on the
market snd an. Increase of receipts would soon
cause a slump in prices.- The present prices
on poultry quoted In The Journal are for round
lota, single coops are often sold a. trifle higher.
- Creamery Butter Is Quoted Down.
There have - been very large reeelnea f
California creamery butter of late in this
market and thla caused moat of the dealers on
Front street today to cut their figures on fancy
stocks to 25c, with the ordinary grades quoted
at 22V4c. Some of the Portlsnd creameries still
obtain 80s for their extra fancy goods, but
irom uu present outlook s cut in these figures
may be expected within the next few days.
The butter market today was very weak with
me stocks snowing a large accumulation on
account of the former high figures. "I
no reason, why we should sit idly by," ssys
W. B. Ulsfke of the. Gierke comnanv. "and
bold our goods at high figures while California
is snipping ner best stocks Into this market and
aelllng them under our market. I for one
have stood it long enough and today cut the
ognrea so that we can cotipete with tbe out
aide goods and Instead of holding our . stocks
until they become seconds we will sell them
and cut the Cslifornias one." Second-grsde
butter is coming in large- supply, but tbe
demand 4s very slow, -
Hogs Are Belling Higher,
The small receipts In the bog market dur
ing the paat few daya and the heavy demand
haa caused an advance In the quotations on
dressed bogs along Front street. Both tbe
block and packers' stocks are included in tbe
aavance. .-, '"
Heavy Demand for Best Teal.
Just at present there Is very large amount
of poor-grade veal coming Into thla market
and prices are not very promising. . On tbe
other hand tbe best grades at few and pricea
are at tbe top. Extra fancy goods sometimes
pring . signer figures.
- .. . Bran la Selling Sown.
There has been s very favorable season for
livestock in the eastern portions of Oregon and
Washington and tbe demand for mill feed ia
pot quite so large aa the millers expected It
would be. Prices today were not so firm and a
cut ol fl per toa was made in farmer Hats.
Short Are Quoted Lower.
The., price of shorts In this market today
a bo we a cut of (1 per ton, for the ssme reasons
that the decline was mads in the bran mar
ket. Both of these markets are showing weak'
neas and aome further drops are not unlikely,
- Potatoes Arc Selling Blw. ,
. This seems to be snoff day in the potato
market aa tar as a shipping demand Is con
cerned. , Xocsl dealers are holding very week
and are not making any offers for storks now
over le per pound. The steamer laat night
took out a large cargo and thla may hurt tbe
market dowa below. Tbe dealers are atill
nnable to get any of tbelr stocks on the steam
ship dock and this entails a large loss to them,
ss they nsve to psy storage elsewhere.
Bate Are Vp Today.
The advance of 60c per ton In the steamer
rste on potatoes from this city to San Fran
ctfcco, which waa told Several daya ago la The
Journal, took effect today and dealer a are
loud In tbelr complaints, a they, aay they are
very full of stocks and have had no opportunity
to ship goods under tbe old rate, as the steam
ere were always crowded with other goods. The
new rste by steamer is $3.50 per ton, while
then on the railroad is Oc higher. Ad ad
vance In the rail rata is dally expected.
Onion Market 1 Lewsrr- -
The weakness In tbe potato market la dupli
cated In that of ontona ana prices today are
quoted lower. The San Francisco market, ac
cording to laat reports, was doing very well
on onions and aa most of tbe shipments from
this city go in that direction tbe cnt. In prices
paid to the fanners today was natural. Two
dollars and twenty-five cents Is tb top of
to market out In tbe country.
Sugar Leokg Elk aa Ad vanes,
Sugar Is quoted today very firm. Stocks In
this city remain as scares ss ever and most of
the wholesale grocers are expecting a rise. The
New iork market continues to go higher,
Hay Market Is Vary Weak.
The hay market I weaker, bnt no changes
were asde in price In this market. The of
ferings are larger but few dealers care to buy
ss they themselves are heavily overstocked
and prices are showing a downward tendency.
Merohaata' Opinlona oa Today'a Market.
W. B. Olaike company Creamery butter la
quoted 2He per pound lower today on account
of ths lsrge Inroads msde tn this trade by tbe
California stocks; ear of celery arrived In today
from the south.
W. T. Turner ft Co. Egg market la fairly
ateady; it yet too early to begin' cold stor
age operations, . but a general movement la
expected next month? with better weather we
exnect heavier, receipts and lower prices.
Bell Co. Csr mixed vegetables, car
orange and car celery arrived today; business
this week opened up fine,
Mark Levy VO. Car celery due; also car
cabbage and cauliflower.
Chattertoa A Co, --Apples very rarre) eggs
good gemand at market values; bogs snd ves
sre very baniy wanted. . v
Levy ft Splegl Big shipment of California
aeparaxu came In today.,
0. B. Smith company, All we want now Is
good weather; business today rather quiet
Malarkey A Co. Sacramento jdver cblnook
rilmon came In this market. today; this meana
.tt-at about $1,000 each day until the season
ouens bere is being paid out to California fish
erraen while that amount la being lost to thla
city on account of a foolish closed season. Fish
Warden Vail Dnaen Salt! a few daya ago, that
there waa no reason for a closed season on
salmon now Just because the canuerlea were not
willing to run. Both smelt and bailout are
D. E. MclVle Six thousand two hundred and
eighteen sacks of potatoes went down to San
Francisco on steamer; 105 aacks of onions also
Dsveuport-Thompson compsny flood , outside
demand for eggs snd this keeps this market
denned uo! old cheese ts beginning to sell.
Everdlng ft Farrell The price of butter I
being generally reduced; hogs. Veal and poultry
1, Market will stand good receipts"!
of hogs and veal; no accumulation now; chick
ena aa acarce as ever. ' ' ,;.
Ih-yer. O'Malley ft Co. Potatoes snd -onions
sre both quiet: fair demand for early rose and
ncerles eofstoes for seed.
. Psgn ft Bon Egg selling tl right; poultry
Just aa scarce and high ss ever; good csll for
bogs and for beat veal; poor vnai is plentiful
Toft. Hln ft Co. Receipt nf hogs, vesl,
nintton snd beef, while exceedingly heavy for
pant few days, market 1 still behind with
orders; everything in chicken line clear up on
arrival; eggs little firmer. ::::;
Today's wbolessle. quotations,.- a revisea,
are as .follows: ..... . ;--:.--'.:..
Grain, Flour ant Feed.
WHEAT Walla Walla. 77c; bluestem. Slfl
42cf valley, 81c.
BAULKY Feed. S21.00E rolled, 122.50(3 23.50:
OATS No, 1 white, " $28.00l27.00i : gray.
$25.0O&26.0O per ton; price to farmers, white,
$23.000124.00; gray, $22.50(823.50. '
H.ot K KH.tern Oregon: patents, . 4.ao;
straights, $:t.6"i3.70; valley, $3.0(8.00; gra
bam. $3.65; 10s. $3.05.
MIIABTWFN Bran. 818.00 per toni' mid
dlings. $20.00(327.00; : ' Shorts, $19.00(319.50;
HAY Timothy, fio.oo; eastern uregon am.oo
m.50;. mixed, $18.00(13.60; clover, $lt.00
12.00; wheat. $12 (Xift 12.50; cheat, $12,000
18.00; oat, $12.00(312.50.
i Hops, Wool and Hides.'
HOPS 27B28c" for choice: 24025c for Brim:
poor quality, 18ia20c; contract. 1004, IRe. .
wouii vauey, eoaraeo meaium. lomeiofte;
fine, jaffflS'jc; eastern Oregon, 10815c; mo-
ir nominal, jawzwv -
SHEEPSKINS Shearing 100200! abort wool
20(ii 30o; s medium wool, S060c; long wool,
&0r(tfSI on each. ' -
TALLOW Prim, per lb. 45c; Ho, S and
. muiB Dry mac, no. . i in ana bp,
I44e jjr lb; dry kip. No. 1, 8 to J5 lb.
l!2U,e: drv calf. So. I. under 6 lbs. 1BUO!
dry salted, bulls-and stags, 1-8 less than dry
flint; salted bldea. steer, sound, 60 pound or
over, 847Hc; 60 to 60 lb. 6V,e; under 60 lb
nd cows, 6Vi8e; stags snd bulls, sound,
4Vie; kip. 15 to SO lb. tVte; sound. 10 to
l ids, oiit; can, sonna, nnaer io io, sc;
green (onsalted). Io per lb less; culls, le per
lb less: horse bides, salted, each. $1.2501.75:
dry, eacb, $1.00(21.50; colts', bides, each. 25(3
50c; joat aklne. common, each. 10)16c; An
gora, with wool on. each. 5c$1.00.
. Butter, Eggs and Poultry,
BtTTTEB FAT Sweet, 28Hc; sour, 26ffl27tfe.
HL'TTER Creamerv. extra fancy.-80c: fancy.
25(327Uo: California, 35c: ordinary, 22fec;
cold storage, 23 di 24c: esatern, 24c; reno
vated, lttijiaoc; dairy, 18i7c: store. 10(aiV,c,
EtiGS Fresh Oregon, lfiHloci dirties, 16c;
bakers'. 15c. , - -'
CHEESE Full cream, twin. 13(ffil3Hc: Young
America. 14c: California, 12ftc.
POULTRY Chlckena. mixed. 13V,e Ber lb:
hena, 13tt14c lb; roosters, old, llUttc lb;
springs, 14(Ulftc per lb; broilers, 17(((1HC per lb;
fryers, 14 fa. 16c per lb; ducks, old, 12c per lb;
young, 13c per lb; geese. 746 8o per lb; tur
keys, 16 16c per lb; dressed, ISc per lb.
" ' . Fruit and Vegetables.
POTATOES $1.10 : buyers' prices. for abln-
piug, wocwiJ.uo cwt; ordinary, $i.uu per
sack; buying, ISQSOc; sweets, Z'yio per lb;
new, 4c per lb.
ONIONS Oregon, $2.60; buying prices, best,
$2.25: f.o.b. Portland. $2.30.
hKKhti FRUITS Appleav Oregon. 7oc1.7o
per dox, oranges, naveis, i.wjA.ta iter oox,
KeilliUKS, 80ct(j,1.25 per box; Japanese, 46(B)50c;
bsnsnss, 6c per lb; lemona, choice, $2,604)
2.75 per box; fancy, $3.00(33.50 per box; Mires,
Mexican, 65c per 100; plneapplea, $3.60: cran
berries, local, $7.00 per bbl; Jersey, $10.00;
persimmons. $1.50. .
VEGETABLES Turnip. 85c per sack; car-
rota, $l.ut per sack; beets, $1.00 per sack;
radishes. 12V.tiil5c per dos: csbbage. Oregon,
$2.00; California, $1.85 per cwt.; hot
house lettuce, ooo per aos; green peppers,
6c per lb; horseradish, 768c per lb; celery.
6065c - per dos; tomatoes, $1.25 per
box; parsnips, l.2; cucumbers. Via per
dos: butter beans, 10c per lb; sprouts, Cc;
cauliflower, $l.752.00; artichokes. 76Btoo per
dos; green peas, 78c per lb; asparagus, 12 He
DRIED FRUITS Apples, evaporated. 8ffl7e
per lb; apricots, ll13c per lb; sacks, Mt
per lb less; peaches, 6(9c per lb; peers. 8HJ
per in: prunes. Italian, stttwo per I
French, 8H4V4e per lb; figs, California
blacks. 6(tec per lb; do whites. 8Mi97c
per lb: plums, pitted, 6 14 Be per id; Gates,
golden. 6V,c per lb: fards. 81.50 per 15-lb box.
KAisi.3 seeaea, fancy, i-io car ions. , ou
packages to case, Bc pkg; seeded 12-os
csr tons, 7c; loose Muscatels, 50-lb boxes, 7
8Uc per lb: London layers. $1.85(32.00; clusters.
$2.ooa.T&; s, zoc; VlS, doc aavance, over
nosnd cartona. N
FIGS Ten l ib cartons, choice brand. 81.00:
10 1-lb cartona, fancy brand, $1.10; 10 1-lb
bricks, 2-cr twn, 90c; 10 1-lb brlcka, Tl -crown,
95c; 60 V-lb bricks, per box. $2.26; 4-row lay
ers, per ju-id oox, hoc; loose, ou-io ooxea, par
lb, 60Hc Callsmyrnaa Six-crown. 10-lb car
tons, per box, $2.00; 5 -crown, 10-lb esrton, per
box, $1.75; 4-crown, 20 H-" cartons, per bos.
erooortea, nuts, to --'
SUGAR "Sack basis" Cube, $5.70: pow-
dered, $5.65; dry granulated, $5.55; beet grano
luted, $5.35; extra C, $4.95: golden C, $4.95;
bbls. luc. Va bbla. 2oc: boxea. 50c advance oa
sack baals, less 25c cwt for cssb, 15 days;
maple, MlfflBc per ID.
HONEY 14 15c.
COFFEE Oreen Mocha. 21A23c; Java, fancy,
2i32c; Java, good, 2025c; Java, ordinary,
1Ki20c: Cjnta Rica, fancv. 19320c: Costs Rlcs.
good, 1618c; Costa Rica, ordinary, llQlSo per
lb; package coffee, $13.2518.75.
TEAS Oolong, different grades, 25365e;
gunpowder, 28 (32 .15c; English breskfaat, dlf-
lerrnt jrraaea-lilttooc: spioenes, ancoiorea
Japan, Softitttc; green Japan (very scarce), 80
CAi.1 rine un ica, am. v, ii-, aue t.w,
fine table, dairy, 60a, 86c; 100s, 65c; Imported
Liverpool, dos, ooc; iuus, woc: c, i.vu.
Worcester Bbls 2s. Ss. $5.50: 5a. $5.25; 10.
$5.00; bulk. 820 lbs, $5.00; sscks. 50a, 86c
SALT Coarse, half ground, 100a, per ton,
gfi.fO; 60a. per ton, $7.00; Liverpool lump rock.
$2.oo per ton; oo-id roca, so.ou; xrn. eo.uu.
UHAIM baud LSicnita, so. (oajto.oo per iuu.
RICE Imperial Japan, No. 1, 6C! No. 2,
4c; New Orleans head, 7($7Hc
rpa KM Hmall white, g'ic: laree - white.
$3.503.60; pluk, $4.00; bayou, 8c; Llmas,
f. uTd reanuta, oc; jumooa, ve id, raw,
9dluc per lb for roasted: cocoanuts, 85Q90e
per dos; walnuts, 1415c per lb; pin
nnu, HJWlic per io; nicaory nuts, iuc p-r
lb; chestnuts, esatern. 15tfl8c Ber lb; Brsall
nuts, 15c per lb; fllberU, lStjlue per lb:
fsncy pecans, iaioc per io; simonas, taw
15c per lb.
WIRB NAILS Present dim at z.t.
ROPE Pur Manila, 13: standard, 12.;
Falnta, Coal OUa, Et
COAL- OIL Pearl or Astral Cases, 22e per
gal; water white, iron bbl, 16 He per gal: wood-
en, ; headlight, 170-deg., cases 24c per gal.;
adllght. iron bbia.iiftc per gai.
LINSEED OIL Pure raw. In bbls, 47c per
gai, caaes, OK nnr gruiuua .cm, r--.iou,
case 64o par gai; bbla, 49o per gal; ground
cake, ear lota, $25.00 peg ton; lew than car,
$26.00 per ton."
GASOLINK 88-def eases, 82c per gal. Iron
bbla 26c per gal; stove, caeca 24 per gal.
iron DPia ic per gai.
BENZINB 63-deg., eaaea we. iron do is.
PAINT OIL Raw, bbls 83e per gaL ease 88
per gal; boiled, caae 40c per gaL
TURPENTINE In caeca, 88c per gall woods
bbla, 84c per gal; Iron bbla, 82s per gal; 10-lb
caae lota, 87C per gai,
WHITE- LEAD 500-lb lots 6c per lb; less
lotf 7a pa,' io.
Meat and Provisions. ,
FRESH MEATS Inspeoted Beef, prime.
6j7e per lb; cows, ttta7e per lb; mut
ton, dressed, 6tt7e per lb; lambs, dMSMd,
Sc per lb.
FKE8H MEATS Front street Beer, steer,
6iQ7c per lb; pork, block 7gi7c lb;, packer,
aeiTc uer lb: bulla. 4"(tf41.c per lb; mutton.
dressed, 6t7c per lb; veal, amall,
per lb; large, n(ic per 10.
HAMS, BACON, ETC. Portland pack (local)
hama, 10 to 14 lb. 13c per lb; 14 to 16 llw.
I2c per lb; 10 to 20 lb. 12c per lb: cottage,
u.o ner lb: Blenlc. 8H0 per lb! breakfast ba
con, 18(ftl6c per lb;' regular abort
clears, unauioked, loc per lb; smoked. He per
b; cleax uacaa, nnamoseu, iuc per wi emoaeu,
lie per lb; Union butta, 10 '9 13 Ids, anamoked.
Bo per lb; smoked, 9c pet lb.
EASTifN-PACKED HAMS Under 14 lbs,
t- in: over 16 lb, 13e per lb I fancy.
18ti3e per lb: picnic. 9 par lb;
shoulders, llo per lb; ary-saiiea.. nae. un
ainoked, l6e per lb; amoked, lle per lb;
breakfaat bacou. 14Qll6e per lb; fancy.
lsmn per lb. - .
LOCAL LARD Kettle lear, 10a. 1040 per
lb: 5. llHc per lb; 60-lb tins, 10e per lb;
steam-rendered. 10s, 9e per lb; 5s, 9c per
lb; 50, per lb; eompoundilerces. 7e per
It) IUDS, G per lu, inm. vwn iu,
fclARTERN LARD Kettle leaf, 10-lb tins.
llc per tb; 5,,llc per lb; 50,1b tins, lyo
?er lu, Birain-rwuurrru, v,, vnv yvA am, va,
it(k.e tier lb: 80s. 91aC Dcri-ib.
(Above pscklug-bousa price ar pet caab, 15
CAANKU cjAlMtirt voiHuioia titbt i-m laua.
It 2.1l telle. $2.
fancy Mb flats, $1.85;
-U iailt'V naia, VJl.A", tauvj, i-iw ui.h t'.W
Alaska tails. Ilnk. 80485c: red. $1.50: nominal
U-lb fant-V flats. $1.25;
2a, talis. $2.ou. m .
FIHIl ltock cod, 7c per lb; flounder, 5o pet
lb; halibut, 9c per lb; craba. $1.23 per dos;
rasor clams, 9(aioc per dos; little-neck clam.
3c, striped bsss, 12C per lb; Puaet sound
melt, 6c per lb; ctnb. 7o per lb; black cod,
per 'lb; aalmon trout, 12iatl6c per lb;
Inlaitera. 15e ner lb: orrrb. 6 per lb: salmon.
I allveralde, per ,ib; teelbeada. 10c per lb;
Csllfornla cblnook. 12e per Tb) herring, 4c per
th- anlea. 6c tier lb: torn cod. 6c per lb: t olnin
bis river smelt. 5 per lb; stnrfcon, 7 per lb)
shrimps. 10c per 16. ' . ' , .'
OYSTERS Nhoslwster bsy, per gel, $2.25;
per sack, $3.75 net: Olympls. per aack, $5.25.
' - TODAT'S .CtEARIKOS. 'i'-i ':
,' ' . I M ',
The Portland clearing boua reports todavr
Clearlnga S $!.2l.n7
Biilunces '.. 61,279.19
WITH STRONG TONE
TKEXB WAS A 0OOD SSAX. 0 BTJT-
XWf TKJtOVOK TKX C0KHXS8Z0V
XOTJBES BTJTT THB VOX.VHJI WAI
HOT Al OBJEAT AS XT EA8 BESH
0r SHOW! IJtTTIB CKABTQB
(Furnished by Overbeck. fitsrr ft Oook Co.)
Chicago, March 14. Logan ft Bryan say:
it waa a fairiv active wheat market with a
strong tone. There wss A good deal or buying
through commission houses, but the volume
wss not aa great aa It might hare been. The
cables wers about steady. The world's ship
menu were larger than -expected. The Argen
tlim atrika situation is unchanged. Tb vll
ble supply decreased 1,262,000 bushel against
decrease of 691,000 bushels laat year. The
urimarr recelpta are again lu axeeae oi a
vaar seoi--tmt-nnbr-.-llbtly-SOr-Thera-4- a
good deal of talk about tb Sour situation and
the scarcity of wheat, etc. - There I undoubt
edly great activity among tbe mill and wheat
l being ground rapidly ana - otsu-iouiea, oui
it la not being exported and there la no reason
to suppose consumption of atocka-la abnormal.
The only inference la. It Is going to Increase
tbe visible stocks of Hour In distributors' bsnds
snd will be felt later on. All tb winter wheat
belts had good . snows except tb extreme
southwest, where they were light. Our own
sdvlces, however, do not indicate any great
damage or any great analne over u wea
ther so rar.
Bnt-jjttte Chang la Cora.
Tb corn market closed with bat little
change In prices front Ssturdsy. ' It was again
aulet and advanced sharuly. but net with sell
ing, wntcn cnecxea tn aavance ana utter inrnea
the market weak. Evidently the earn scalping
operation on the long aid of cora which haa
been noticeable in the market lor a long time
paat are again In operation. Recelpta are
moderate and the expectation la that bad roads
in the country will continue to be tor some
time. There 1 no particular improvement in
tb cash altuatlon and offering of off grade
re etlil not Urge. Bpeculativ operation.
however, are controlling price for the time
being. Tb vlalble supply Increased 690,000
bushels against decrease of 479,000 bushsls last
Oats a Quarter Dowa.
. Tb oat market la about ?4C lower, .'i lls
tbe market doe not seem to be losing
activity, tha tendency la for pricea to- drag
a little compared with other grains. The
bull side is without a leader apparently,' and
the market la depending for support on com
mission house buying.
. Ton ta Provisions Heavy,
Tb ton of the provision market waa heavy.
There wss bo great amount of liquidation,
but when tbe commission bona bnylug ceases
the market la without eupport. Hog receipts
continue liberal and tbe distributive demand
is only fair. Packer and locsl trader are not
aa a rule bullish. Commtaalon bonsea own
the property for tb moment. W still think
provisions ougbt to be sold. ...
Th various markets today were:
May f .96U
Old July. .92
July .61 H
High. Low. Ciosa.
$ .74 9 .95 9 .96
.92 .90 .91
.934 .92 .93A
.53 .63 .53B
.62 .61 H .61
.41 .41 .41 A
.39 ,39 .89
14.27 14.00 14.02
14.52 14.20 13.27 A
May..... 7.82K 7.35 . 7.28
July..... 7.50 T.624i 7.4214
Msy 7.32H i 7.40 7 25
July..,.. 7.42 7.50 7.371,4
CHICAGO CASH WHEAT.
Chicago, March 14. Noon Cash wheat pricea
No. S red
No. 8 red
No. 2 bard winter ...
No. 8 bard winter ...
No. 2 northern spring
No. 8 spring .........
CHICAGO OBAnr CAE LOTS.
Chicago. March 14. The grain ear Iota for
vara, uraa. &si.
Wheat 16 . . 20
Corn 227 4 255
Oata 199 13 220
The wheat ear year ago were Minneapo
lis, 689; Duluth, 19; Chicago, 27.
- 6 RATH VISIBLE STPELT.
Chicago, atareh 14. The grain visible supply
Today. Year ago.
Wheat ...... .88.396,000 46,066,000
Corn 9.387,000 10.312,000
Oata 10,694,000 T,H1T,U0U
Chicago Cash Business.
Chlcae-o. March 14. Th cash bullae Sat
urday wag 70,000 bushel of No. 1 northern
partly at lHc nnaer May ana ao.ouu Dusoeia
of choice sp-.lal bin No. 1 northern at a faary
price. Shipment of corn were 50,000 bus be la
and of oat 50,000 bushels. At St. Louis there
were 200.000 bushel of No. X red cold for
shipment at the mills. At th seaboard export
era bought 64.000 bushels of wheat. 280.00$
buabela or cora ana to.oou Diisoeis 01 oats.
Close of Usurped Ore la.
Llvernool. March 14. Close i Wheat " May.
-8, wer; '17. . -own.
St. Leal Oraia Market.
t-nl. TyTM-h rrLua. K'hut Waw
uora - asxeo.
Vw Tsrk Ormla Markat.
New York. March 14. Clo: Wheat. May,
$1.01; July, 67e. ...
Corn May, owe eaaea ; juiy, bt 01a.
Minnas pel la Wheat Close.
Mlnneapolla, March 14, Clo: Wheat, May,
Milwaukee Wheat Market.
Mllvmnkee, March 14. Close: Wheat, Msy,
9fc; July, old, 93a83c; new, Sla
aa FraaouM Oraia Market.
8a Francisco. March 14. Clow, 11:80 a.
m. Wheat, May. $1.48; December. $1.38.
Barley May, $1.10; December, $1.01.
Suluth Wheat Market.
Duluth, March 14. Clr-xe; Wheat,
Suluth -flaa CIom.
Duluth, March 14. Closet
$1.17; July, $1.18.
, Xaaaaa City Oraia Markat,
Kansaa City, March 14.-rWheat, May, 8c;
Corn May, 45e.
LlftTJIDATION IN C0TT0V.
New York. March 14. Mclntyre ft Marshall
aav: Llvernool cotton closed weak and Irreg
ular t 12 point decline. Tbl gave the cue
for further llauidntion and selling. The weather
msp today waa favorable for nearly tb entire
belt, official, ana private report aay normal
planting. The near future of tb market
give promise of more flexibility with tb poel
bllltle favoring a ' decline to parity of for
elgn markets and a point where more freedom
of action by ei porters and consumers will tske
place. So much depends upon the attitude
of few operator on th long aide only
when decline hav become relatively important,
KEW TOKK C0TT0K MARKET.
New Tork, March 14. Th cotton market to
day ranged follow: -
' Onen. High. Ttw. Close:
. 16.22 16.17 15.99 6.0607
August. . .
October. . .
16.31 1600 18.11W18
16.62 16:18 UIVjM
18 58 16.42 16 .34-037
16 64 . M.21 l.87i;
16.00 l.n 16.7HWH0
1.1.99 13.75 13.8.1K6
12 08 12.77 ' I2 W.&8
12.76 12 58 12.5181
12.70 12.43 12.64&53
Cottage Grove has a preacher named
Fee. Ita la good man to marry
couples. - . - ..-i-
HEW TORS STOCKS.
Anaconda Mining Co.., .
Amat. iktpper Co.,,,,,.'
do - referred ...
Am. Car. ft Found. com.
Am. Sugar, com.,,.,.,.
Am. Smelt... com..,,,.
do preferred ......
Baltimore ft Ohio, com.
do preferred. ........ .
Brooklyn Rapid Transit. 89
vanautan racinc, com.. 11
Chi. ft Alton, com...... 39
do preferred ...... .
Chi. ft Gt. West., com. 14
Chl Mil. St. Paul... 188
Cheaapeake A Ohio......! 29
Colo. Fuel ft Iron, com.) 26
Colo. South, com..,,,.,.) 17
oo an preferred 24
do 1st preferred. ..
Delaware ft Hudson.... 150
liela., Lacka. West,.!.,..
u. k. u., com..,,.,,.
do 2d preferred. u...,
do 1st d referred
Louisville ft Nashville.
Metro. Traction Co.....
Mexican Central By...,
Mlno.. St. P. ft Ste. M.
Mlaeourl Pacific. ......
M., K. ft T.. com
New York Central....,
Norfolk ft Western, com
North American. .... .
N Y.. Out. ft West.
P. G., L. ft C. Co,.,..,.
Pressed Steel Car, com
Pacific Mall Steam. Co.
Rep. Iron ft Steel, com.
do pref erred
Bock Island, com
Southern Ry com
Bt. L. ft 8. F., 2d pfd..
do 2d preferred
Rt. L. ft 8. W.. com....
Texaa ft Pacific
Tenn. Coal ft Iron
T St. L. ft W., com.
Unloa Pacific, com
U. 8. Leather, cem
V. 8. Rubber, com....
V. S. Steel Co., com...
Wisconsin Central, com
Western Union Tele....
Total aales for day, 601,600 shares.
Money, 1 per cent.
MEDIUM SHEEP ARE
NOT RULING SO FIRM
rnriiaou i iiiuii otwa.iua. .i. - "
recelpta of livestock In the local yards during
tbe past 48 hours consisted of 48 cattle and
750 aheeo. Hoas are Quoted wy itrong, while
cattle hav a better tone. Sheep of the beat
grade are not la ao large demand, nut price
snow no change. The medium grades, however,
sro down 20 cent a aunareu. me ruuug
Cattle Best eastern Oregon steers, $4.50
beet valley steers. $3.75ft4.25; medium steers,
$3.508. 75; cow, $8,5043,75; bulls, $4.25(1
2.70; stags, fx.iDias.zo.
Hoes Best hesvv. $5.85(8)8.00: block. $5.60
China fats, $5.105.85; stbeker and feeders,
Sheen Beet grain-fed wether ad lamba,
$4.50; mixed sheep, $3.20(84.50; Itockers and
EASTER aT HOGS 8TB0V0.
tb principal packing center ot th country
Hog Cattle. Pheep.
Chicago ............ 88.000 4.000 27.000
Kansas City 8.500 7,000 4.000
Omaha 8,600 4.000 7.600
Hoa-e Opened strong witb 2.000 left over.
Receipts a year ago war 45,000. Ruling bog
price show. Mixed and butchers. 85. 10(0,5.66:
good heavy, f5.3035.80: rough heavy, S5.102
5.46; light. 4.86&5.40.
wrw yoke corrxE market.
New Tork, March 14. Coffe clo:
.. 6 90
Th crop report of late received from En
ro pea n-renters generally abow better condition
although too much rain la asld to have bad
lu effect. Broomball, la bis Cora Trade Nwa,
February 28, eaye:
l nlted Kingdom la aome aistilet ef tbe
I'nlted Kingdom, especially In the aouth of
England, tb weather of tbe paat week ha
not been ao vret, and. locally we hav had two
or three day with llttl or no rain. We learn
that although aeedli.g baa continued to be
? radically Impoaalbl. yet on light (oil In
h aouth tb plow baa been kept at work and
much land turned up. Given a week or ao of
dry weather the drills would toon be busy and,
under favorable condition, tbey can cover a lot
of ground In a short time. The present ad
vene In prices may encourage rarmer to
liter the email wheat acreage put la laat
ran, provided we snoold get one ana ary
March, but very little I beard of swing wheat
aeedlng t preeent, and there I no doubt tbat
all aeavy land Biuat be in a ahocaing atate.
Kussls uitsat crop new 1 varied. But. on
th whole, perhap le pessimistic. The
Heather 1 mild and people are looking for
ward anxiously to tbe apring. Heveral of our
advice coutaln mention of the acarclty of rail
way locomotives and wagon, which have been
taken from tbelr aaoal work to transport
aoldlers and war material over the Siberian
line to the far eaat Tbl baa naturally eauaed
a fnrtber reduction In th already meagre sup
plies, ao that estimate of port stocks bsve
been reduced rsther sharply. Shipments Inst
week were smaller, but still fslr; good quan
tities hava been old from (tore on tb ad
vance, and tbe ehould serve to maintain the
abipplng movement for a time, after which
tbe auantltiea should fall off unless water-
borne., arrivals sre, then available In good
Konmsnls The ministry of domalna bus re-
ported favorably of crop conditions, and our
correspondents st Brslla also continue to "ay
that the crops sre progressing favorably. Ship
ments last wee snowed a rair increase, out
stocks are light snd only small quantltlea
arriving at tbe ports; no doubt there will be
more material When the lighter truffle get Into
full awing (gain, but tbat la not eipected to be
Auetrla-Hnngary Aome rather heavy ralna
fell last week, but on tbe whole, the weather
ws considered favorable for agriculture. Owing
to th recent reopening of navigation arrive la
have bean Increased by grain that had been
wintering In various port, but other ar
rival decree aed br reason of bad roads.
Argentina Favorable accounts of the corn
crop continue to be received. The wheat move
ment 1a liberal good qualities are being shipped
and ; stocks sre increasing fast. There la,
however, sum fear that tbe movement to port
msy be interrupted ny a railway striae.
Australasia There I no frh new regard
1n th. harvest. Rhlnmanta continue on ft
liberal eeale and th total I already well over
India Report concerning the crop eon
tlnue to y that pros pec t are favorable. A
good buine has beeo don lately and hlp
menta are fair for the time et year.
France Tb weather tbl week be taken
a turn for tbe better, hnt laat week wa again
very wet, rasalng further complalnla of delay
to field work; there are slao complaint that
the flelda are Infeated with weeds and that
Insect peats have catteed some damage. Of
farina on eonntrv markets bsve become smaller
and prlcrs hav- been further raised about 1
Italy a ministry ef agriculture has
rted that wet weather continued to prevail
the early part of this month, but did not
nan tne wheat crop, except "mts u uea.j
rain of December and January . bad already
had a bad Influence.
Spain Thera hav been heavy raln and
storms lately , which ..have eauaed some flood
and glv raise to complaint about the crops;
however, our Barcelona correspondent think
mat, on the wools, crop conujuoua r uu
- Oermany tha - weather laat' wlt w- gRln
mild and wet. This weather 1 not regarded
with niunl favor, but an far there are no
serleus-eomplalflts-Nstlve wheat- h -aw ef
rerea out spariugiy. -iner srw tumr.
Russia may be Induced to negotiate a cotn-
merclaT'irnaTv with (ClermanV Daaed On IfiUCB
higher grain duties, la order to wcur Ger
many's moral upportln the present war, ThI
haa MnmreA tb marketi- becauee 4 - SUehr -a
treaty were negotiated the trade migni una
Itself wtth greatly increased Import dutlea at
a comparatively early date. .
North Africa crop teporta remain saua
factory.: '--:-v-j-".y' --.
TO SAINT PATRICK
Plana for the Bt Patrick's, day en
tertainment to be given Thuraday even
ing. .March 17. at the Empire tneatre
are rapidly nearlng completion. The en
tertainment is for the benefit of St.
Patrick's church, Vhich 1 encumbered
with a heavy debt It Is under the au
apices of the Hibernians, who are doing
everything possible to make It a finan
cial as well aa an artistic aucceas. The
committee In charge announce the fol
(a. Overture "Poet ana. Peasant".
,, von suppe
(b). Baritone solo "Answer"... .Bobyn
(c). Irish Airs.
Royal Italian Sana.
Dr. Andrew C. Smith?
Soprano solo "My Wild Irish Rose",
I m rrrr.-tTv .T.TTfJ- OlCOtt
MasteY Franklin Shea.
Harp solo "The Harp That Once
Through Tara's Halls."
Miss Eleanor Norhoft
Solo "Kathleen Mavourneen."
Miss Kathleen Lawler.
Medley Irish Airg.
CecUian Orchestra, St. Mary's Academy.
Address "The Day We Celebrate."
Rev. H. J. MeDevttt
Tenor solo Selected.
J. W. Belcher.
Contralto olo "Oft in the Stilly Night'
Mrs. Walter Reed.
(a). "Pilgrim's Chorus from Tann-
(b). "Intermeio" from Cavalleria
Royal Italian Band,
Oration "Ultimate Ireland."
W. R. Mcoarry.
Soprano solo Selected.
Mrs. Rose tsiocn xjauen
r N. Zan.
(a). "II Trovatore'.-.-.-. verai
(b). Irish Airs.
Accompanist, Miss Lenora Fisher.
C0VGBEOATX0VA1. COM V11BT10B".
The following Is the program of the
Portland Association of Congregational
Churches to be held at Rainier, Tuesday
and Wednesday, April 19-10, 1904:
General theme "The Church."
Theme "The Church's Foundation.'
"It's Corner-Stone." Rev. D. B, Gray.
"It's Structural Creed." Rv. E. I
House, p. D.
Theme "Ifa Constituent Parts."
"Ita .Ministry," Mr. a C. PJer.
' 'Its Officiary." Rev. H. A. start
"Its Lay Members," Rev. R. M. Jones.
"Its Government," Rev. c K. unase.
"The Church of the Future," Rev.
J. Staub. .-
Sermon, Tttv, C E. Chase.
Theme "The Mission of the Church."
"Its Mission Among Young- people,"
Miss Bessie Luckey.
'Its Mission to Men," Rev. J. I
Its Mission of Evangelism," Rev. C.
Theme "The Present-Day Perils of
Perils Without the Church," Rev.
H. N. Smith. - ;
"Perils Within the Church," Rev. J.
Woman' Hour. .
"What Foreign Missions Have Done
for Marsovan," Miss Frances Gage.
'Home Missions," Mlsa Lucille Mo
, Wednesday Evening.
Theme "The Power of the Church."
"The Power Given," Rev. C F. Clapp.
'The Power Applied," Rev. E. L.
House, T. .
From the Chicago News.
"Well, dad," said the prodigal son who
had turned up once more, at the family
fireside, "are you ready to slaughter the
That'a what I am." replied the old
man,-"but your mother's in favor of let.
ting you live awhile longer."
notice or sau or TEX bhx xxowb
AS THI WIXUOV A ITLYZ8TE KHX, AT
WKANOEIX. ALASKA, ' '
Notice I hereby glvea tbat I. the ander-
signer, John A. Hellesthsl. aa receiver for tbe
estate of Tbomss A. Wllleon and Rufu Syl
vester, both deceased, pursuant to aa order of
the court made on the 2d day or Marcs, luo.
will sell ia th msnner and at the tisi here
inafter named all the following proper tyi
The sawmill. Dlantng-mlll. buildings, appliance.
stork en hand of whatsoever name, nature and
description belonging to eald sawmill boalnea.
together wltb the steamer, plledrlver. scow,
tor and atock ef good therein belonging t
the eatatea of Thomas A. Wltlaon and Rufu
gylveater, which (aid partnerablp waa dlaaolved
by the ileatb or tbe parties, togoraer witD tn
good will belonging to aaid bualne. Bald
property will be sold at private sale la the
event that a an I table and lufflcient offer there
for la 'received, subject to the approval of
the court, on or before the 16th day of May.
1P04. In tbe event aaid property ia not ao.d
on or before aaid 16th day of May. 1004. tbea
and in that event I will sell all of laid prop
erty at public auction on the ld 16th day
of May at 10 o'clock la tb forenoon of aaid
day at the of flee of the aaid mill la th town
of WraageU. district ot Alaaka. which (aid sal
shall be under toe direction ana subject to tn
BDuroval of tbe court, for particular a to
th condition of sale reference Is made to
the above-named order of al on file In eaus
No. 25H-A pending in th United States dis
trict court for the district ot Alaska at Juneau.
Thla property la on a paying baals and haa
been for aome time paat on a paying baala and
must be sold la order tbat the proceed can
be distributed to tbe heirs and legate of the
member or tb copartnersbip property oy wnicn
this property wss formerly conducted, to-wlt:
Thomas A. Willaon snd Hufus Sylvester,' now
both deceaaed. For further, particulars with
reference to thla, property, address John A.
Bellentbal, Wrsogell. Alaaka.
JOHN A. HBIXENTHAI,.
As receiver for the Property of the Karate
or Tboma a. wuaoa aun Kuru Byivescer,
Both Deceased. .
- Proprietor ot tha
Xarg-est and Most Complete
Brewery in the Bortawest. -
Bottled Deer a Specialty
TBXiXrXOBB Bo. 1 '
Office istk and Bumside Street,
"MOT OBZAT, BTJTT" CMIA.
..,. jr jT mPHs. ev
The two seldnm ever srn hand In hand.
but they do here." and if you will give
a trial oraer, let it pa ever so smaii,
ycja-wlll convinced without further
efforts on our part ; Tou can save from
10 to 29 per cent by watching our ad
and buy from our price Half quoted every
nionaay ana rway. , ,
:'f v".'V:-'' 25 cents ' ,
l-pound package Oloas Starch.- .
1-pound package pure Corn Starch. -
'i . 15 cents
l-lb. package Pyramid Washing Powder,
5 cents . ,
Bar Fels-Naptha Soap. ",.
S-lb. package H.'-O. Injun Bread Flour,
I cans Standard Tomatoes, Peas or
t cans Table Apricots, Peara or Peaches.
1-lb. can Pork and Beans In Tomato
20 - cents
Can Baker's or GhtrardelU'a Cocoa.
Pound Hoffman House, Java and Mocha
. . corree. - r
100-pound aack Dry Granulated Sugar.
Let ue have your telephone number
and we will calf you up every day for
your order and deliver the same
promptly. Our delivery wagons a re in
all parts of the city every day.
TXB CASK OBOCZB.
974 WAJUmrOTOM mtXXT.
Telephone Main 8598. '
"TXM FTJJtB V009 OBOCSBS."
It Pays to
Get the Best
And If you buy here you will always get
the best the market affords and the
price la no higher than you pay for In
ferior quality elsewhere, it is nuite
frequently that you can buy goods here
cheaper than you are able to buy the
same quality at other stores. Wo would
like to have a trial order.
H -pound can fancy Bartlett Pears 104
1-pound can fancy Strawberries 104
i -pound can fancy White Cherries 104
We have some fine Santa Paula Oranges,
2 dozen for ...v.. .....-... 254
Soperla, equal to 6apollo.-......054
Macaroni, Spaghetti, -Vermicelli, 10-pound
Carolina Head Rice, S-lb pcka.M.254
Best Gloss Starch, 1 lb.M.....054
t Mackerel 35r
Phone tn early if you expect to get a
lard tub. This Is an exceptionally low
.! Ma rr rA4kTM
Quick delivery to all part of the
city every day, Full weight is our
Telephone, Mala 1908. OpposlU T, O.
814 BTXBHSXDB ST.
J. H. Imhoff.
Imhoff & Miliar
.rearrest eon ram are of
Btose ta Oregon.
Marble and Granite
ALT, KINDS OT
All Work Onaranteeed.
335 E. Morrison St.
Bstablished IMS. Orf rboaa. Bed 177
Manufacturers of and
dealera in all kinds ot
Marble, Granite and
Estimates Given i on
268 FIRST, STREET
- Bet. Madison and
' PORTLAND, Or.
, , . .
Bnt Ooal at...,..;..., ..lis
Benton, lamp at. . ......... . 17 09
Australian at ..H',
Book iprUf at.. ...( '-. a mI-"
S (A VINOUS ELIXIR.) II
l nyslclaat nighty recommend ft as a specific
. remedy In cue of
mauuual nvats. colds. II
kLOir COH VALCSOEHOC f
' M.WUeat4sa,y. ZT x
' -a3.1w-3-CsnS" '
t Aviv- '
ice a o h