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THE OHEGON DAILY JOURNAL', PORTLAND. WEDNESDAY EVENING. OCTOBER 2. 1S07.
REPORT HOPS ;
AT TEN CENTS
Both Local and New York
: TradSpeaks of Bales at
, , That Figure on Coast.
Front street feature:
Mlllfeeds and flour to advance, ;
' Report hop sales at 10c.
' Egg market la holding unchanged.
- Poultry sent out l towa, - 1
. Pome raspberries In poor shape,
Cranberriea are more plentiful. '
" Sharp advance In cider vinegar. , -i,-.
Tomatoes are rather scare.
BmilL movement of potatoes.
Peach market la rather alow.
' Be port Hop galea a Tea Casta.
While confirmation la lacking at thla
time, there are reports current today
that two aalea of strictly choice hope
were made yeeterday one on the earn
aide and one on the west aide at 10o
pound. The market la In quite firm
poaltlon, considering tha fact that few
aamplea of tha Oregon crop have
reached the aaat. The fact that arrow
era her only picked the beat hope will
be that much In their favor thla year,
and aa ahorta have aold fully 71 per
cent of tha entire American crop. It
begins to look aa If growers will receive
around-lOo for their beat product after
all. On thla aooount several partlea ar
very busily engaged at thla time in se
curing options on choice goode atlOo a
pound. A number of aalea are reported
at SQtc a pound. - -,
- The New York Producer' Price
Current thue reviews tha general situa
"Very little movement reported tha
past week on the local market. Borne
lnaulry noted for 190e but buvera un
willing to pay aaklng price. A few
email aalea however reported at from 8
to 7c k No aalea of new hone resorted In
abaenea of available supplies. In tha
atata very little buying la going on aa
dealers a re. not willing lo pay the prlcea
seked. considering the mixed quality of
tha hope. Samples received enow
varied Quality, with tha bulk very poor,
On tha coast a stronger and mora ac
tive market ta reported. As high as
Hois aald to have been paid In Bonoma
ana some ouaineee in omer eecuoue n
tQitc. Qrowera are dlapoaed to hold
back' and not anxious to aell until their
hopa are pressed. Tha demand at pres
nt aeema to be from dealers who have
earlv deliveries to make on contracts.
There la an abaanca of any heavy buy
Ing for slther export or domeatlo ao
count possibly becauaa very few. lota
ar ready for the market. Whether
the demand will ' continue at an ad
vanced price Is doubtful aa brewers are
not' showing ahy Interest whatsoever
. In the market.
"Reports from England are all that.
crop is coming gown ngnier man
. nected. with - eatlmataa ranking from
10.000 to 400.000 hundredweights. The
English market Is reported fairly ac
tive at low prices., Continental markets
Unrhin-Ml ' t .. . i
"Internal revenue returns for August
show tag paid on beer tor .MSS bar
rels, airalnat ,71,7li barrels In Au
gust.- io, an rnareaae inia year ex
111.739 barrels. for uie tnontn.
-aHllfeeg ! Tlonr ta Advance.
M' While some millers ar quoting tha
aavance ot ivo mrrei in iajwii iwui
values, the general market- la aa yet un
changed, out in Iran oenevee man an
Srloea will rlee within the next few
ays. Bora sales are reported to tha
orient. . sj
. Mill feed a are firmer than ever with
sound. W hile no change i as yei re-
ported her. It la quit likely that the
local market will fall in Una with thoae
-i on tha outside.
Hav market la very firm with offer-
Inge still very light and prices well
: Sharp Advaaoe la Old Tlaafar.
Owing to tha small crop of spples
. overywher this season and the higher
' cost of labor, there was a sharp advance
' of -to 4o a gallon thla morning In
'. valors on pur cider vinegar. Thla
puts tha new price at SI 028a a gallon.
according to airtniin.
'-c poultry Bent Out of Tows.
V So heavy ara th recelpta of poultry
that the trade has been compelled to
. send a laraa Dortion or in suDDties out
of town. Still the market la badly
glutted and those who were inquiring
- for poultry yesterday have withdrawn
their bid and sr buying from hand to
gnouin 1 11 lit. iivu. ui ' i ii iwwir
T I . i - . ..
Y.aj recelnta and ' demand are un
, Changed, with local stocks selling freely
at iiitc ana eaatcm at evo iw ima
and HWIKi for the storage.
. Rut Or market is rather dull with
' prices Juet barely maintained, both on
city creamery ana lor outaiae oranaa.
Brief Botes of th Trade.
. On aceouht of th rains yeeterday
t there wa a scarcity of tomatoea along
the street toaay. values sine same.
. Potato dlsglns- haa been stooped tem
i mimpi v tt fit ina ann vma miv .1.
low me souinern maraeia to cian p,
t Recelpta here are rather light, Sam
In onion. , ,,...
Movement of peaches Is slow, owing
tto the unfavorable weather. Receipts
r..nk...l . r- M AM lntieiiT 1,11
are finding a good sale it II t barrel.
Bome blackberries ar still arriving.
, Poor ahape, with aales at 7to a orate.
, Flva cratea of raepberrlea wera re
. reived yeeterday from Dayton la poor
shape, but found ele at Il.tO a crate.
Popcorn la beginning to arrive In th
market. - Bale aloaa yet. . ,
OREGON SWEETS ARE '
V OF JFINEST QUALITY
"'1' seeno reason why Oregon ahrmld
pot export annually a large amount of
sweet potatoes, for there la no better
place on earth to grow them than In
- eaatern Oregon. The eoll and climatic
eondltiona In meat parts of the Inland
- empire art especially adapted to th
culture of sweet potatoes snd they are
a profitable crop. Th raising of sweet
. potatoes here would keep a large
amount of money at home that la an-
' nually sent to California."- Mark Levy,
Of Mark Vtvj fc Co.
' "Supplies of poultry ' during 4
' th past week hav been an
: usually heavy and,th market
has naturally taken : quit a -
brought mor than Its full quota
. of chickens and th outeld 4
e demand Hag not been as good as
usual It has been somewhat dlf- 4
flcult-to clean up at satisfactory 4
prices. As long as ths heavy re-
4 . eelpts continue . I cannot see 4
much prospect of : an -lmprov-
ment, although by th end of tha
week buyers mar be glad to get .
4 stock, so uncertain la th mar-1 4
' ' "Heavy veat has been In fairly,. 4
4 good supply this week, but th ' 4
4 trad aeema ready to use mor 4
4 and . there la no change la th 4
4 price. Slock hogs ar In good de- 4
4 mand, with supplies limited." 4
' 4 B. W, Graham of Templetoa 4
4 O rah am. , ! . 4
44444444444 44 44 4 4
10 PER CENT
': '1 - : ,
Jligher Interest Causes Sell
in in , New Yort
- Jjondon Also Weak.
STOCK MARKET LOSSES.
Car & Found.. H
KJ. 8. Steel....
Nat. Lead ....
North, pao. ..
Read In r ......
B. AO. ...... S
Canadian .... t
St. 1'aul ..... IK
South. Pas. ...
Union Pao. ...
STOCK MARKET GAINS.
Brooklyn ...... Q. North, pref... 1
' fTeaaed Wire Overbeek A Cooke Co.)
New York. Oct. 2 Call loans ruled
from 114 to I per cent today. Title la
the atory of the atock market today and
explain Just why the general market
cloned with a sharp loaa.
The Grean Copper company has laid
off 1,000 man and tha Copper - Queen
i&O man. " .
In lindon todav American :; aharea
were heavy. Tha general market there
waa Inclined to aeu OS op a very lignc
volume of business. .
The American Bridge company booked
orders for 1,000 tons of steel work last
month, compared with. 12,000 tons a
year ago, '1
Official ranges " -
Amai. C Co. ...
Am. c r. a...
an run . .
Am. cot. oil. c.
Am. Iooo. c...
Am. Bugar, e...
Am. Bmelt, e...
fiiim. jnin. vov ...
Am. Wool. 0....
Atchlaon, C ...
do pfd. ......
B. & O. e......
do pfd, ......
Br. Ran. Trn
Cent. Leathery c.
- do pfd.
C. G. W. o...
a m. ft fit, p.
a . n.-wvo...
Col. F. eV L C.
- - ......
ar iat nrn
do 2d pfd. ...
do Imt nM
O. Northern, p..
u .ec n.
Mex. Cent. Ry..
M. K. at T. c...
Ulatillara . ....
Or Land .....
M.. K. Jk T a. .
Missouri Pao. . ,
National Iad '
Ni' T." Central .
N. O. St W...
Nor. at Weat- e.
Norths Pao., 0. ,.
Pao. M. S. CO....
Penn. . Ry
Ptmuj at, m
do preferred. ,'.
do 2d pfd
da imt nfd
Rep. I. 6c 8., e, .
do preferred. ..
Rock Island, c.
I.L.B. F., 2d Pt
aa let era....
B. L. eV B. W., pfd
South, pao., o...
do preferred. . .
South. Ry., e....
dn nref erred. . -
Tex. et Pac
T.. St. L. A W.. c.
dA lire f erred
Union Pac, e...
09 prererrea. . .
TJ. 8. Rubber. C.
do preferred 1 . .
TJ. 8. Steel Cc c.
dn nref erned . . .
Wla. Central, e.
Call money closed 710 percent
Total salea for day, 414.100 shares.
- Boston Copper Market
Boston, Oct 2. Bid prices:
Daly West .,
Mohawk . ....
Arcadian . ...
CaL ex Aria. .111 .
Cel. v Hecla.lSO -
8 Id Iomlnlon 21
sceola . .... 90
Trinity . .... UH
Aska. .. 1 '
United States Gorenunent Honda.
New - Tork. ' . Oct.
Twos, re leistered ,,......105
do coupon ............ 106
Threes, registered 4 101
do coupon ............ loz
Threes, email bond-, ...,101
Pie. Columbia. l-6s 114
Fours, registered. nw..125
do coupon ....126
Two, Panama .........106 ,
Philippine Fours ...101
Portland Bank Statement. '
Cleartriga today .,'........188.8.131.52$
do year ago ............ i.n. 471.77
Gain today I 10l.84(.e
Balanoea today ........... . 119.212.24
do year ago , .. tit ....' 111.124.14
New Tork Cotton Market.'
'1. ' ' Open.
Itlgh. Low. 1 ' 1 1
1111 , 10SS 109U 1112
109 10M 1097 1111
1122 1091 1101 1112
.... ? .... ' HOT 1127
1110 1102 1119 1J27
.... .... 1112 1133
111 111 1117 1117
109 1061 1070 . 1091
1086 I486 1071 1090
1104 1074 1016 1106
Jan. ..... 110
Feb. - .... 1091
March ... 1120 ,
April ... J . . . , '
May Hid -
June .... ...t
July ...... 11J0 .
Oct ..... 1090
Nov. .... 1085.
. Liverpool Cotton Higher
cloaed 7 to 1 points up. .
, - Liverpool Grain Market.
Liverpool Oct." 1 -Official jprlc;.
. , Open. Close. Oct 1. Gain.
Dec ,. . 4 8 14 Is . lHd
March .8a ld la 2d a ld ld
May,.. Is d 8s ld Is d ld
Oct. ....Is d 6s 9'4d 6S ld ....
Jan. ...6s 64 Is 6d 6s 64 - . d
Suicidal Shot Effcctnal.
(Kpeclkf DlieatcB 't The Jmirnel.) '
Boise, Ida,. Oct. 2. Frank Uarton.
Who shot himself with stilridsl Intent
st the fslr grounds st Caldwell Satur
day afternoon, died today.
r;o letup i;i sales
OF STOCK BY HOLDERS
(Leased Wlr Overbeek Cooke Co.)
- Ban Francisco. Oct. l.--Ther wea no
letup In the liquidation today and value
on mine aharea ar again lower.
, Ofllclal bid prlcea:
OOLDFIELD3 DISTRICT. '
Sandstorm 26o Columbia Mt t6e.
Jumbo lite. Jumbo Ext. $1.40, Pennsyl
vania lc. Booth 2q. Blue Bull 210,
Adams 8c, Bilvnr Pit K 26o, Nev. Boy 6a,
B. B. Ext 6c. Dixie 4c, (1. Columbia 23o,
Hlbcrnia le, 8t Ives 48c, Conqueror 7c
Blk.'Rock 2c, Lone 6tar 14c, O. Wonder
8cA,v Potlatck 40cA, Oro 12o. Kendall
Ext. 2c,' Hand fit. Ext. 60A. Mayne 4c,
Atlanta 29c, Great Bend 660, Himerone
lOcA, Empire 8c, Red Top Ext. 16o.
Fhirence 13.60, tlam f B. B. 11. .
Iaisy 90c, Commonwealth llcA, Coml.
Fra.C 11.26, Gr. Wend Ext llcA, Or.
Bend Anx. lc, B. B. Bonansa 4c, Ke
wanos 10c, Esmeralda lOrA, Portlsnd
9c, Cracker Jack 10o, Red HUI I lo Mo
hawk Ext 7c, Ixu Dillon 60, Y. TlKr
18c,. S. Pick Ext. 60. Y. Rose o. Col.
Mt, Ext. 2c. Goldf. Coosi 14.06. Dlam f
Triangle 10c '
COMSTOCK. '-; v
Ophlr 11.85, Mexican T4c, Qmild A
Curry 12c, Con. Virginia lie. Savage
8 He. Hale A Norcroes 11.02. Yellow
Jacket .12.26. Beloher 60c, Confidence
11.07 Sierra Nev. . 17c. . Exchequer
42cA. Union 6cA. .
Original lo, Bulf. M. C. 4e. Mmt
Bullf. lc,, Nat Bank Ho. L. Harris lo,
Amethyst 16o. Gold Bar 4 If. 6telnway
60 A, Denver Buf. Anx. 2c. Bonnie
Clare 10c A, Mayfl. Cons. 24c, Monty,
Ohio Ext. 4o. G. Scepter 6c, Monty. Mt
9o A. Homestaka Cons 76c Yankee Girl
lo A. Nuciat 60 A. Tramn Cona 12a.
Victor Is, North Star 60 A, Sunset 60 A.
, , TONOPAH3.
Ton. Nev. 110, Mofit. Ton. 1 2. Ton.
Ext 11.26. MacNamara 26c. Midway 70c,
Ton. Belmont 11.90. Ton. No. Star 100 A,
Ohio Ton. lo A. West' End Cons .69c
Rescue 7c Ton. eV Calif. In, Golden An
chor lc, Jim Butler lo. Ton. Cash Boy
2c, Monarch Pitta Ex. 7e A, Mont Mid.
Kit etc, uoiaen crown 4C
' Mann. Cons. 20c Manh. M. Co. 0 A.
. Wedge 4c Seyler Hump lc. Dexter
6c, L. JToe 2cA Crescent 2o, Combina
tion lo. Granny 20c Mustang 12c, Little
trey lie, uowooy la A, yrig. aiann.
bo, Hroncno 40, pinenut so. o. j-iog ivo,
Y. Horse lc, Indian Camp lo.
Falrv. Silver Klna lOe A. Falrv. Eagls
II, Nevsda Hills 14.60. Pittsburg Silver
peak IA-w. No. star wonaer xc, cagie s
rxeei sue kudv wonaer 10c, rv, n.
Florence lc A lie of Wonder 60 A.
AFFECT CATTLE PRICE
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK RUN.
' . - . 1 Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Today . ....... v 160 ,460 ' ...
Week sgo 619 . 90 189
Year ago i. 60 16 600
Previous year 41 ... - 167
Portland - Union. Stockyard's. .Oct. 2.
Whit th quality or ths nog run toaay
was above complaint, tha market Is un
der pressure on account of ths lats of
ferings, or natr-rat stun mat is nam 10
sell. It Is quit difficult on this ac
count to hold the prloe of best stuff .up
to M.7e. - - v
Cattle, while not weak, are a fraction
duller," owing to th heavy purchases of
killers outside of th regular market
The price is a fraction down, with the
easier tone 11.100 1.76 being the general
nric for best stuff.
No sheep arrived -and tha market Is
firm but unchanged In value. ...
A vear ago today cattle and sheep
were especially firm, but hogs ,wer eas
ier. Values trie same:
Official yard prices:
Hois Best eastern Oregon. 14.60 9
8.76; stockera and. feeders. I6.00O6.26:
China fats, t.043.26. .
Cattle Best eastern Oregon steers,
11.60 01.76: best cows and heifers, 12.76
I S O ) bulls. 1 1.76 2 00. ,
Sheen Beat wethers. 14.1004.75:
mixed. ft.oovt.Z6; iamb. it.ow&.oo.
1 Hqs TjObo in East. , '
Chicago, Oct 1 Official run:
. . ' Horn. Cattle. Sheen.
Chicago'.. .... ... 21.000 19.000 18.000
Kansas City ..... 8.000. 11.000 -0,000
Omaha . i 6,000 1.000 20,000
Hoes ar 6c to 100 lower: left over
from yesterday. 9.100: receipts a year
ago were 23.000; mixed, 16.0098.76;
heavy, .20e l6j rough. 1S.70&6.O6;
light 14.20 4.76. v v
cattle sieaay. . ,
Sheep Steady. "
.. a t 1
New lork-London Silver. '
New York. Oct. 2. Bar silver. c:
London. I9d. . . . , , ; ,
WANT GOOD FRUITS
.O SIIOW BTILVNGERS
- If peopl having good fruit, or 4
4 anything that grows, of a qual- )
' Ity such aa would ba proper to 4
show horAfseekers looking for 4
4 what our country will grow, will ' 4
4 send 'It to th chamber of com 4
4 - mere It will ba exhibited whr
4 it will do good: hundreds of po-
- pi calling vry day owing to 4
low railroad rat, and they want 4
4 to know what thla 'country pro- 4
4 , duces, ! Nothing Is so good s 4
4 ' th fresh fruit and vegetables,
4 which, ar wanted only In very 4
4 small qusntlUea snd ar perfect 4
of theJr. kind.
' Thla organisation la th Only ' 4
4 on that maintains a permanent . 4
4 , axhibit and I the headquarters . 4
4 ' for homeacekerg because of this, : 4
4 and tber la a large sign at th - 4
depot calling their attention to 4
th fre xhibit and fre lnfor- 4
4 matlon. .
4 Any artlol of unusual value , 4
4 , wUl ba processed so that it will
4 b a permanent exhibit Official 4
4 appeal of E. C Olltner, secretary
' of Portland . chamber of - com-
mere, v .. ; , r
' AT JAMESTOWN FAIR
Korfolk. Va.. Oct. 1. Japanese flags
and Japanese lanterns wer .. much In
evidence at th Jamestown exposition
todays for It was Japan day on ths cal
endar of th big fair. Lxrcle ap
propriate to th occasion wer carried
UUl in IH.IH.I 111... " ' . 1 . au .'
anc of prominent Jspanes from msny
CIIIQB 1I 111. CMI-l. .if" i.iw,, v. .iiv
day was delivered by Hllachl Yams, a
distinguished statesman of Japan.
. Entertainment at Institute.
An entertainment will ba given thla
evening at th Seamen's institute, 100
North Front street, under the direction
of Mis Jess Potts. A fine program
win ba rendered ana to pupiiq is in
According to Keport 10c Is Beins Se
cretly Taid for llops of Best Quality
-Bothin California and Part of Oregon.
AT THE START
Wheat in Chicago Opens
With Good Gains," Adds
to Value, Then Dropi .
. , . . -. .
4 ' Iforthwest Crop Weather,
4. Western Oregon Fair to- 4
4 night; Thursday fair, probably 4
4 , warmer near coast; ; northerly 4
. wlnda... '.'..' v ,fa
rWtern -Washington-i-Fslr-to;- 4
night and Thursday; " varlabl 4
4 winds; mostly essterly. '.''.
Eastern Oregon, Eastern Wash- 4
4 Ington and Northern Idaho Fair 4
I tonight with; frost; Thursday
fair and warmer, , 4
4 Southern Idaho Fair west; 4
raiq aaat portion tonight) frost 4
4 weat portion.; Thurada fair and 4
warmer.' L.' 4
4 ' ... . ' ' i.
CHICAOO WHEAT VALUES.
'I : Oct 2. Oct. 1. Gain. 1908.
Hec HUB 98HA-- A , 16
Mav 10SUH 10Ca iU 111
July ........ ..lOlgB 101 - hi ....
(Leased - Wlr .Overbeek A Cook Cc)
Chlcsgo. Oct.. I. Th great burst of
strength displayed by th wheat market
at the start of today's session waa du
to th continuance of an unusually
heavy demand for cash wheat and th
sharply upturned values at Liverpool's
At th opening Of th local market
the market wsl H to 4o higher than
th close of yesterday. There was a
gain of about a cent before th reaction
set in, ths closing being around th
low figure for --the day. - Tha net
change from yesterdav at the close was
Me advance In all options.
Exports ara atill ahowlng a large vol
ume, th alight decrease In buying yes-'l
terday being but a temporary affair.
Rxporte of wheat today were It loads.
Stocka showed a decrease of 160,000
bushels at Minneapolis . for the four
dare. . .
Official range: , .
' . . WHEAT. i
? Open. High, Low. Close.
Dec-... 99 100 99 99HB
May ...,,....10614 10.105H 106UB
July 101 102 lOltt 101HB
' CORN.- ' .
Dec. .'...'. 18. 681 67 6TU
May 69& l 68 6IB
'. , , :',. ; oats.
12 62 61 61
61 64 11 62.
. .. MESS PORK.
Oct ........ 1180 ,1176 12(0
;'' ' 'see
Jan. 1617 16.20 . 1602
876 ; 877.T870 870B
,.. 776 . 775"
tI ,i 787,
.. 114 811
SOCIETY . WITNESSES ?
Miss Margaret Morrison and
Thomas Sharp .Jr. 3Iar
;ricd at Trinity Church.
Society was brought together In
general gathering at the Trinity .hawh4
last evening for the wedding of Miss
Margaret Morrlsen, th eldest daugh
ter of Dr. and Mrs. A. A. Morrison to
Thomas Sharp Jr. The church waa well
filled with friends, and the ceremony
was on or me moet elaborate and
beautiful seen In Portland. '
Dr. Frederick W. Clsmpett of Trlnitv
church San Francisco, officiated and
was assisted by Rev. John Dawson of
the Church of the Good Shenberd. Dr.
Clamoett united Dr. snd Mrs. Morrison
in New lork at tneir wedding - many
The bride wore a handsome gown of
white duchesse, satin with a bertha f
duchesas lac, and a long. veil. Her
bouquet was of lilies of tb valley and
maidenhair fern, and sh entered with
her father. Her sister. Miss Dorothy
Morrison, was the maid of honor and
wor pink chtfforr and lace and earrled
pink and white aster. Th brides
maid's. Miss Lisa Wood, Miss Leslie
Knar.D. Miss Carolyn Burns, snd Miss
Margaret Walter wore pretty frocks of
Diue, net over cnirron ana sua irimmet
with lace and bands of satin.' Thev
carried pink asters tied with pink tulle
Harry Corbett attended the bride
groom and the ushers were Roderick
Macleay. Thomas MeQrath. Kllot Cor
bett Oerald Beebe, Eraktn Wood and
. A reception at th Morrison horns for
th bridal party and Immediate friends.
followed. Mrs., neien - i.aaa corbett
assisted In receiving. Mr. and Mrs.
Sharp left at I o'clock this afternoon
for British Columbia ort" a honeymoon
trln. after which they will go to Crook
county to reside. .
AFTER CANADIAN ROAD
, '' (rutted Press Leased Wh-.
Winnipeg. Man.. Oct 1. Newspapers
publishers from the head of the Oreat
lakes to ths Pacific roast today began
preparations oeiore in railway com
mission to He suit against th Cana
dian Pactfla to nullify an arbitrary in
crease of from 100 to 100 per cent In
telegraph rates. Ths case, will be car
ried to parliament
Forty rer cent made In four days by
buying Western Exploration A Dredging
company stock. lit Couch building.
Drowning at Seaside.
" (ftpeelal Dispatch to The Jnernal.) '
Astoria. Or- Oct. I. A man named
Csrl Johnson was drowned Sunday at
Seaside Snd his body was found yes
terday. Coroner. Pohl has gons to In
vest I rs te ;
'A MOST WOBTJCY ABTXCL. .
When an article has been on tha mar
ket for years and galna friends every
year, it Is safe to call this medicine a
wnrthv one. Ruch Is Ballard's llore-
hound Syrup. It positively cures coughs
snd all pulmonary diseases. One of tha
heat known merchants in Mobil. Ala
"For fivs years mv family has not
been troubled with the winter coughs.
wa ow this to Ballard Horehound Ayr.
up. I know It haa saved my children
from many sick spells." Hold by . ail
i!0 USE FOR
i faa. anaaw SB aWBal H SBHBB1 aaa B .BBy
Companies Engaged in Alas
kan Fishing End Season,!
Tay Off Japanese and Chi
h nese Employes Resolu
tions rassed. ' ..." V
(Pseirle Coast Frees Leased Wire.)', -
San Francisco, .Oct. 2 Th doe of
th Alaskan ' fishing season with -tb
paying off of hundreds of Japan es and
Chines has brought out a resolution on
t he part of ths companies and agsnts to
havff as llttl to do with th Asiatics
next season as possible.. 1
This matter waa discussed with ani
mation today by th agents and masters.
When a couple of th crews wer paid
off some of the sgents war approached
by Japanese labor leadera, acting on be
half of their countrymen, who aal.d they
wer willing to sign contracts at tonce
for next season's fishing. The labor
agents promised that the men would be
here ready to go to work, with re
enforced number If deal red when the
season opens next year, and suggested
closing the bargain now by signing th
Th Agents and Masters, however,
were pot so eager to close th matter.
They say that they hav had quit
enough of Japanese fishermen and will
do without them If they can possibly
get others. Constant friction with them
and their insistent demands, coupled
with the danger of clashing with tha
immigration officials haa removed all
desire on tha part of tha authorities to
retain tha little yellow fishermen.
It Is said that th few Filipino fish
ermen employed gave better satisfaction
than ths Asiatics. Their work was good
and fre from friction with the other
fishermen. They wer also immune
from violation of th immigration law.
This matter will ba taken up befor
tha next season opens.
FRICK PAYS FORTUNE
FOR BOX FOR OPERA
Pittsburg Steel Magnate
Breaks Into "Diamond
Horse Shoe." . -
Waited Press Leased Wire.)
, New Tork, Oct 2. Henry C Frlck,
tha Pittsburg steel millionaire, .has
paid $100,000 for Box No. II la th
Metropolitan opera house. This la th
highest sum evsr paid for a box In th
Metropolitan' aristocratic "Diamond
Home Shoe.'' Jame H. Hagxin in 1101
bought Heber R. Bishop' box. No. I
for 186,000. The prevailing price be
for that was 130,000. . Frlck has .se
cured box No. II by purchasing the
lftte Henry I. Barbey's stock In ths
Metropolitan opera house. . - '
JAPANESE PRESS ON
TAFT'S SPEECH DIVIDED
(t'olted Press Leased Wire.) '
Toklo, Oct 1. Ths' Taft party leaves
Toklo for Kyoto tonight - The Japanese
press Is divided on Secretary Tat'a re
marks that the Halted States cannot
sell the Philippines, some saying that
the Mikado does not want the Island,
and othera declaring that he can have
them if he desires. Taft's program
today included breakfast at tha Impe
rial palace and an audleno with tha
emperor; a visit to the Okura muaeum
and aa interview with th crown prince.
If Vou ar not fullr satisfied with
your present Income, call at room 216
- CouCh - b1'ld'n toqr'
My Herbal Medicines
Are Perfectly Pure
' Mads from ths products of the
Chinese valleys and mountains
and contain no poison or other In
gredients Injurious to the stom
ach. -These have proven an un
failing cure for all stomach- trou.
Dies, blood diseases, rheumatism,
lumbago, liver and kidney com
plaints, bladder troubles, female
complaints; restoring to strength
the weak and enfeebled. These
are all bark and herbal medicine
from China and th prescriptions
' are 470 years old. . .
- DR. WING LEE
Sanitarium 17 jr. 5th st between
aorasids and Coach.
yaeialtv Mrs. g. X. Ohaa.
Jtaaef what Mrs. 3. T.
Warasr has to sayi Mr a.
Dr. B. K. Chan. Ill Clay st,
city. Dear Doctor For a
long time I suffered from
sickness, but since taking
your medicine and advice
which you gav me, I feel
$.fAM Cannot praise your medicine
too highly. Also those friends that I
snt to you are now all well. I ahall
ba too glad for any Information in re
gard to this great and well educsted
Chines lady doptor. 1 am gratefully,
yours. Mrs. J. F. Warner, II N. Ith st.
Portland, or, '
qulokly and afly rMvd by '
' aa year of our.
1 MtasteeUkeseda water.'
: At brageista verywhere, loo. and gin.
. s " ' : - " i C:JfS: VS.
: Note the announoamants of all other special
ists and medical Institutes and you will see how
llttl they say about their treatment for Men's
. Waknesssa and how lightly they pass over tb
subject - Yet ons man out of every four has a
nowar. and that man must continually
self along In hta everyday path of living. There
, Is no real Joy or happiness that la not marred by hie ever-present feeling
- that he la not as other men. . Now to such men, 1 offer hope. 1 not only
hold out a helping hand to lift them up. but I urge them earnestly to ac
cept my aid. I can gain their confidence from the first examination by
, locating the seat of their trouble exactly, and can always entirely con
vince them of the logical effect of my treatment when X explain it ao-
tlon. I never charge fo this examination or consultation y, v. ,'
"Weakness" Means Just This
V '-;:.' ... '. t': v , f ,.jY ( ; . ... .,
" ' That there Is some functional derangement, the direct result of In
flammstion. snlargement or excessive sensitiveness of the prostata gland,
brought on by sarly dissipation or resulting from improperly treated con
tracted disorder. This condition cannot possibly be removed by Internal
medicines, and any tonic system of treatment that stimulates the - ac
tivity of the function can but result In aggravating the real ailment
Thla Is a scientific trnth I have ascertained after a careful and solentifle
study and upon which my own original system of treatment Is based. I :
employ neither tonics, stimulants nor electric belts. I treat by local di
rect methods exclusively, and my success in curing even those cases that
- others have failed to temporarily relieve with their tonics Is conclusive
evidence thst my method is ths only possible means of a complete radi
cal and permanent cure. 1 .1 ., , . -v
i,'' ' ' ' : ' "'' v ' v.:;.""-..y'' ' ' ;
A Guarantee Worth Something:
I do not care what your experience has been with other treatments,
what guarantees yon have, and what promises were unfulfilled in the
rtast as unsuccessful, uasclsntlfle treatments ana unreliable concerns are
n no way a reflection upon honest trustworthy business methods Itved
up to In this city by mc for twenty year. I havs an established reputa
tion, and my guarantee means thst my pstlents ara Indisputably Insured
of success in thetr caae. There la all the difference in the world between
t guarantee of this kind and ths promise of those mushroom eoncerne
hlch are continually falling In business. 1 repeat my straightforward,
. square proposition to wait for my fa until the cure la affected. ,
Ajuootrna, spmiATommaTa.feosT naom, ooatio wiax.
Ull; OOVTBAOTBS BHOUKM, RIIOTnU, UnCZTXO BlaOOB
rOISOV aad rzUSS J also treat and cur promptly and thoroughly.
X offer not only FREE Consultation and Advice, but of every ease that
cornea to me I will make a Careful Examination and Dtagnoels without
charge. No ailing man should neglect this opportunity to fret expert
'. opinio about his trouble. - -'---- ' , - -- - ' '
If you cannot call, writs for Diagnosis Chart. " Mr offices ar open all
day from I a. m. to I p. m. and 8undays from It to L -.. ; . . .
Sc DOCTOR TAYLOR co.
234 Morrison St., Cor. Seco4 ' PORTLAND; OH.
iBea Perfect I
Did yon ever stop to consider th faet that you a re not aa good a
man as you used to be; physically, mentally and otherwise? Do you
know wbyT Falling power, loaa of vitality and d ralna are th most
frequent cause. It stands you In hand to stop those drains on your
very vital force Itself. Oo to a specialist who can euro these ailments
quickly and surely. Come to us. , . .
kcxx uu 'wnma t tu czbtaxv to bs roxnro.
Mils Institution hss built up It splendid practice more Jhytf
recommendation given It by Ita PERFECTLY SATISFIED PATIENTS,
who have-received the benefit of Ita modern, scientific and legitimate
methods, than la any other way. If you ar not a perfect rnan orne
to us. Isn't It worth ths little time It wll teke when you are CERTAIN
1 that yrrn will have the benefit- of HONEST. SINCERE physicians.--A, -
consultation costs you nothing EXCEPT your own time. ,
n Tears' Bxparienoe.
W cur safely and promptly WEAKNESS, I)ST MANHOOD, vprn
MATORRHOKA, SPECIFIC bLOOD POISON TN ALL. STAOES, VARI
COCELE, HYDROCELE, GONORRHOEA. GLEET. OR AN OF THB
DISEASES COMMON TO MEN. Personal attention given all patlenta
- : ; WE CURE WEAKNESS
This Is to mem who lack courage, whose nervea are shaky, whose
eyes have lost the sparkle, whose brains ars muddled. Ideas confused,
sleep restless, confidence gone, spirits low and easily depressed, who
-ar backward, heal ta ting, unable to venture, because they are afraid of
failure, who want eomebody to decide for them, who are weak, run
down and restless. It la to men who have part or all of these symptoms
and want new life, new energy. We especially aollctt thoae cases In which
many so-called treatments have failed, or where money has been wasted
on other methods of treatment ' Don't experiment when our direct method
offers a certain means of cure by local treatment ,
f : , WE CURE VARICOCELE A -
' Varicocele reuses congestion of th blood In some of the most vttsl .
blood-vessels of man. It causes a dull, heavy, listless feeling, which la
often mistaken for nervous debility or genera decline. Varicocele re
sults from partial paralysis of ths delicate nerve fibers that control local
circulation of the blood. The muscular coating of tha veina la deprived
of nervoua control and become inactive, wenkena and relax. The blood
vessels expand from the pressure within. 'The circulation becomes slug
gish and clota form In little nooks and pockets that constantly enlarge
as the relaxation continues.
Ws have cured thousands of complicated esses where ethers hav
failed. Our offlcee are well appointed and equipped with the most mod
ern appllancea and the lateat Inventions eseentla! for the proper and
up-to-date treatment and cure of apeel al diseases.
You may consult us privately tn confidence. Tou will be examined
In a thoroughly scientific manner and our diagnosis and advice will be :
cheerfully given to you absolutely free of charge. After thla if you d
alre to be treated we wlU cur you and luak you well and strong as
yctl ought to be. ..... I
No matter what your ailments ara cstl or writ t " today, atsflng j
your caae plainly in your own way, and receive th benaflt of a modern,
akUlful diagnosis. All lettere anawered tn plain, aealed envelopes
OFFICE HOURS a. m. to I p. ra.1 evening. ? to 1.10; Sunday.
a. m. to 12 noon.
y OOBBXB iSCOBB AMD TAMMM.
and o'"r drug hsbi's are P"'
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IIAHl UNA. rti'"0lern:- ..r
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Wa Will Treat Any Slagl Vaeompll.
a ted AUaaast Xos $10100.. .
No Pay Unless Cured