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orxcon daily journal, - Portland, Friday evening, February 11,1910.
STEERS SELL UP
Ralph Thorn. A. M. Young, Homer O.
Peareon, Archl O. fcrsklne, Lebanon;
William Green, Leland Oreen, r.alph
McDonald, Thomas; Mr. P. W. Storey,
Sweet Homej Anna MoCormlok. Oervala;
Waldon H. Morgan. , Margaret Mo-
f'nrmlcV, lunula Trurlov. F'i. ' !
lleyne, Waterloo; Ma foll y, kn..
ton, Stayton; Mary lUrt. I!!
Tangent; Ina White, :ut Jtw.
SwarlnRr, llalvey; livld 1
Berlin; William V. Fletcher. M 1
GEORGE W. BATES . CO.
Toarta and Oak
' Streets ,
633 Williams Ave,
161 BoaseU Street
Commercial and Savings Accounts Solicited From Cor.
' porations and Individuals
' '1 " ' - -
Our II mri of Bankinr hvt mad ua many frUnd
4 who will ilvdly vouch tor our bunlnsui Intcgrttr
1 1 - 11 " "" 1 " "' 1 1,11,1 ' J" ,J- "u ; . -
Four per Cent Interest on Time and Savings Accounts
One Lot Goes at the Record 0
; an Advance of. 25c Over
, Previous PricesHogs Ad;
; vance to $9.25.t:
lassHe nrimiii I 1 iisssswwm t t i iiaw-- Taaajaaaawi
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK RUN.
. Hoas. Cattl. Calva. Shew
Tussday ... ...
Monday ..4 , . .
Saturday . . ii
Week affo.. .. . .
. Portland Union Stockyards, Fttb. 11.
. Eteera sold ud to 35.73 today, an ad
: vane of I5o over former quotation!,
..whll ther.wa on sale of hogs -at
: 13.33 with a almllar ad vane.
Market for livestock was vary Kooi
t In th yards today, and prices ' wer
' boosted because not anouch cams to
. fill tha want of th trad a. (Ther
an aapeclal food demand for Taney cat
tle, and tna California ahtpmant topped
' tha market at 33.TI for selected eteera.
while several aalea were made at 13-60.
' Market for eowa waa likewlaa very
rood, and this brourht the price up to
ma averare, or aoout zoo aoove ma
' Kora Xaa-erly ona-fet L '
Hes war eagerly Bought In the yard
today and with the aale at 33.33 during
the day, a new high record waa made
for the present movement and the price
went wlthlira fraction of attaining the
nigneat rigur of the aeason. While
the official report of the market riven
to The Journal by the Portland Llve-
for hoga waa ecarcely tha . mar
till tha fact" that bidders wr
vereager to purchaae quality at, thla
figure lndlrate that the. market today
waa In exoellent shape no matter what
may happen hereafter.
There were no arrlvala of hog Id the
yards today and the scant number that
cam forward yesterday topped th
market for all but 10 head and thee
Utter sold at 8.30 because of inferior
auallty.' Oood hoga wer sought and
lerefore brought th prie.
Oood Boa of lfcp.
There waa quit a good run-of sheep
In th yarda today, but no aalea had
been made In time to print In this la
ue of Th Journal. Market -or sheep
and lamba la in excellent condition and
therefor th outlook for favorable
price la hopeful. Acordlng to buyers
It la xceedlngly hard to seeur real
fat sheep at thla time and this there
for accounts for tha very small ar
rlvala. for tha trad will not even look
at poor quality.-
Tao Who apply .tha Market,
A. i DeMarls. th well known atook
raleer orth Walla Walla valley, waa In
from Lowden with thre loads of cattl
and four load of sheep. Mr. DeMaria
wa on of those who secured highest
award at th recent livestock, ahow hold
In th yarda
C. C. Rhea, th Ion stock raiser,
" m 1 mm xn morrow city witn a
load of cattle.
Eugene Evans was an arrival from
Condon with , two loada of eattl and
calves. , ...
s Today's run of livestock compare
with this day In recent years aa fol
lows; j ( iHoga. Cattl. Sheep,
1910 j.v... 144. - , 443
i0 57 M9 273
1903 100 130
J07 140 ... BOO
10 100 10
1905 73 .. v..
A year aa-o todav there was flm
ton in all line of livestock with no
changes in prleea.
Yard's Representative Frios.
Following ar representative of latest
transactions in tne Btockdal yarda and
Indicate demand, auppllea and quality
25 fair ....1,048
1 common t .......... . 710
It good. .........,.,'...1035
8 common ............ 369
31 good ............... 80
149 good 397
20 extra fin ...........1184
23 prima .,1319
124 good 1.......1200
17 light .1140
27 common 355 '
3 good 800
2 good ...I .....1035
1 good 1160
1 common 1S00
4 good 1187
3 fair 825
BULLS AND 'STAGS.
1 good 1550 -j 1.25
1 atag ...,1290 3.S0
When the Xtoseburg business roen'i excursion arrived at Sutherlln.
WHAT THE RIVER
AND HARBOR BILL
; GIVES NORTHWEST
oiumbia'Covered From Mouth
to Point High Up in Wash
ingtqn; Willamette Provided
For Minor Items Many.
Washington., Feb, 1L Senator Piles
will offer an amendment, to th river
and harbor bill la which h wUl aeek
to obtain 89600 for Improving th(Cow
lit river In Washington, 330,000 for th
Columbia river above Calllo, 113,000 for
the ffinak river between Rlparla ahd
Pittsburg Landing, and f 1.373.16 for
Noah bay.' , -
In th bill A It will b reported.
uoiumoia river items, according to ad
vane Information, ar the following
Wenatche to Bridgeport, 826,000;
.Bridgeport 10 Kettle jraiis, 160,000: C
Ulo to Snake river, 890,000; at Th
uaiies,. 3(00,000; Caacad canal. $6000;
Vancouver, 76.vOO: below Portland, In
eluding Wlllameft river. 3176.000:
mouui 01 uoiumoia, 31,200,000;' gauglag,
1UU. ; --
Th bill carries $492,000. for Wash
mgton projects, of which 3160,000 Is
for beginning work on th. lock of Lake
Washington canal, by which authority
is given th chief of engineers to make
contract for construction of this canaj
ai a total cost limit of 82,375,000.
utner Washington Items are: Grays
harbor and Chehalis river, $8000; Puget
Sound. Lake Washington canal ( main
rwnanc;, ibooo; Cowllts and Lewis riv
ers.. 17600;' Grays river, $600; Puget
Sound and tributary waters, $100,000;
Dwuiomisn siougn, iiu.ooo; jskaglt rlv
er, $100,000: Snohomish river 22S.000-
Chehalla river up to Montesano, $7000;.
"itf ib iasuerocK ana xoieao,
$7600; Belllnrham bav. HK.oon; Mam.
meraley Inlet. $8000; WllUpa river and !
naroor, 26,ooo; Olympia harbor, $15,
v.t); Snake rlVer, $760.,-
Teachera' Exams at Albanf . . '
' .'. 'Peelal OUpatefe to Tk 3nrl.l
Albany, Or., KeU 11. At th Linn
county teachers' examinations now
being held In Albany, th following ar
being eiamlnsd: Olive Adams, Mildred
Rudd. Mary A. Oell, Bertha Wright,
Harriet Dwyer, Isabel ' IS. Tracey At
stbomis or m abttoaTj i'atxkxbt or m
BANKERS LIFE ASSOCIATION
Of Pes Moines, in th State of Iowa, on th 81st day of December, 1808, mad
to th Insurance Commissioner of the Stat of Oregon, pursuant to lawi
Amount of capital paid up.........
Premium received during th year 1. ...'.$ 4.0Jrotl.l
Interest, dividends and rente received during year. ' 615,11$. 31
Income from other sources received during year.. $08,444.31
bany; Owen Cyrus, Beatrlc ' . t-
vaney, Maggl McDonald, Francta M.
Arnold, R. W. Cyrus, Bessie Shelton,
Sclo; Annie Dinwiddle, Clarenc Thorn.
TABLE QUEEN-THE BREAD THAt SATISFIES
LJLZZJ fl CZZ3CZZZJIZZZ3 f T? LZJ t :1
1 -rr it ?t n n n i ?n
4X U U M U J
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f : Than Starvation
Seven Deatha Arise From This Cause
to One of Lack of Food. -.
A Trial Paokag of Stnart'a Syappaia
'i - : :TWte:nt ,rr;.,
1 An English medical observer claims
that for on death to starvation there
ar seven from over-eating. 1
, his investigation is appalling . and
leads on to believe that among th
Anglo-Saxon race over-eating is a rfa.-
tionai crime. -v
i This investigation proves over-eat
ing to be th cause in ten cases out of
twelve of dyspepsia, Indigestion and
stomacn trouDi. ; ; , v- r
These diseases bring on decay and
- a ecu no or uie otner organs J and death
ensues because of an inability of the
system to furnish proper nourishment
to tn dying ana arnicted parts.
When on over-eats, one exhausts th
j gastrlo iluids, throws undigested food
Into the intestines' where It creates poi
son and germ life and is finally absorbed
in a puma state or tnrown from the
system In a decaying form.
' Stuart's Dyspepsia Tablets will over
come ' th - 111-, effects of gluttony and
Irregular eating. They will .digest an
abnormal amount of food and will not
leave th stomach .until everything has
A single one-grain Ingredient of these
tablets will digest SOOO grains of food
jtni In this proportion is seen how even
v gluttony can be overcome or . at least
Its most harmful effects removed.
, Make up your mind to try Stuart's
Dyspepsia Tablets for one week. Take
a, tablet after each meal and upon re
tiring at night. Every druggist carries
, them In stock; price 60c, If you have a
i druggist frie?rt ssk hls .oplnlon. Send
' 1 us your nam, and address and w will
send you a trior pacxag rree by malL
v Address ,F. A.r Stuart Co., 160 i Stuart
- Bldff.. Marshall. Mich. ; - ' j
.The peculiar properties of Chamber
lain's Cough Kemedy have been thor
oughly tested during 'epidemics of in
fluenza, and when It was taken In time
we have not heard of a slngl caa of
pneumonia. , ..--..,''
1$ good ............... 21$
1 good ' $60
89 good 195
10 good . .' 150
Today's range of livestock values:
Cattle Best steers. I5ROiWK 7K- wnnA
Zrzi'A J; common steers, 34.26; medium
$4.36 4.60; fancy heifers, $4.00; medium
..Hogs BeBt east of th mountains,
$9.0p9.26; fancy,-$8.60 8.76; Blockers
$7.00; pigs, $8.00.' T
Sheep Best wethers, $6.00; ordinary,
$5.60; eprlng, lambs, $6.6006.76; straight
,t' r Besv $6.76 6.00; ordinary
f WVWIVw!Ue , i
LAYING TRACK ON
(Special Dtapateb to Tbe Journal.)
Lebanon, Or., Feb. 11. Track laying
nas oeen started on th railroad between
Crabtre and. Lebapon. Track has been
laid between Lebanon and th South
Santiara river. Pllediivlng has been
completed on the trestle to about 2000
feet this aid of th rivar. The work
of completing the new railroad bridge
will be commenced as soon as nractl-
caoi. '" .. , . -,.
PORTLAND, OR., Feb. 10, 2:30 P. M.-Another
glorious victory reported from headquarters. Late last
evening, while the light flsrer) from the glowing ovens.
General Baker gave the order for the first corps to ad
vance. They placed the charge with beautiful precision
where the fire was hottest, and maintained their position
till 2 o'clock this morning, when they withdrew, flushed,
but triumphant, with thirty thousand (30,000) loaves of
Table Queen Bread, piping hot, russet browned and de
licious. These spoils of war are now being distributed
throughout the city, making one-third of Portland's popu
lation "happy 'way down inside."
The Royal Bakery & Confectionery
'.. 1 '. , : Inc.
The Great Portland Bakery
That Always Invites Inspection
r ni. in
Thla Date In Sport Annals.
178 Boston Bicycle club organised,
the oldest now In existence.
1888 At Sydney, N. a W., fceter
Kemp defeated T. Clifford In scullers'
match, S miles, 330 'yards, for cham
pionship of the world and $6000.
1890 At Havana, Tsohlgorin defeat
ed Gunsberg In chess match, 20 games,
for $600. '.?V'V-v..,V'
1891 At : London, 1 Eugene , Sandow
raised 250-pound dumbbell ' with on
hand, both hands to shoulder. I
1893 At Dana, 111.. Qeorare Lavirn
Knocaea out jsaaie uyer In twenty-sec
ond round. .
1905 At Boston. W. D. Eaton ran 40
rods In 4 2-6 seconds; beatlna -world's
1906 At St. Louis. Thomas Houston
retained the world's pool championship
by defeating Charles Weston, score 600
to .. ' r , - ,
1908 At Los Angeles. Jim Flvnn and
Jack Sullivan fought 10 rounds ' to a
draw. . ,...,. - - , - 1 .
DCZi: The Great Portland Bakery
L )tT Always Invites Inspection Q
.'..Ti?' ' 1 ""Baesf.' ' ' .yj " ? 1 1 ' '" t
CIJ1I1 1 - ji r in
n rzzzzir ryr : mJiJSSr"
uzJ!! ic i
Happy Mike: Yum! Yum! Me for home and a meal on Table Queen!"
Total Incom ..............
F-aJd for losses, endowments, annuities and surren- ,
dr values f 1.781.622.9$
X. !rBa" Pa to poncy nomers during th year.,.' Motning
iiviaenai paia on capital stork during th year... Kothini
i ommiimon, ana salaries ra d dur nc th year... e.777
Taxes, licenses and fee raid during tha rear... 86.169.81
Amount of all other expenditure
Total expenditures .............
Market value of real estate ownd $
Market value of bonrfa nrnt
Loans on mortgagea and collateral, to..,.
Premium note and policy loana , a....
mma in minus and on riand
Net uncollected and deferred premiums..
uiuir aanvia tneij .........
46.000.00 . : .
12.04l.5J.6$ . .,
Totsl assets admitted.
Leas apeclal depoalta In any Stat, (If any ther b)
t ToUl assets admitted in Oregon....
Total DOllcv claims
All other liabilities ,
Balance fund over reserve
Total llabllltlaa in t ana ai
Total lnauranc in fore December 811909 4Q9.990i000.00
Tfamreaai lir mrnnv n wa ia
Total risk written during the year ,...$ 962.000.00
Oroas premiuma received during the year , , 76.162.93
Premium returned during the year...- None.
Losses paid durina the vear it ano nit
Loases Incurred during the year , 84ooo!oo
Total amount of risks outstanding In Oregon Dec II. 1909.... ... 7.900,000.00
BANKERS LIFE ASSOCIATION
Statutory resident general agent and attorney for ervic:
F. C. AUSTEN. Portland. Or. .
Special-Famous King Mill
5-Year Old Whiskey
Bottled in bond under
Vt S. supervision in com-pliancewith-Fo,od
! Full gal. bottle ?2.10
Full quart bottle. $1.15
Short quart 'bottle. . 95$
Bulk, gallon .?4.00
NET, LARGE SIZE
60f Net, Small She
WINE SPECIALS '2 GALLON
9 years old.... ...50 O. P. S. $1.00
12 years old. . . ...,75f 1878. . . . ...... ?1.50
SPRING VALLEY WINE CO.
244 Yamhill St., Near Second
A-1117 ., . , MAIN 589
' Lebanon to Visit Albany. t t
. itpeelat Rtaifatch to Tb Jowraal.l' '
Lebanon, Or., Feb. 11. On Tuesday.
February 16, the Business Men's lagu
of Lebanon will go to Albany to attend
booster banquet and entertainment:
More than 100 persons are expected to
go.- A rate of one and on third far
has been secured from the Southern Pa
cific company for th round trip. Tha
train will be held at Albany until about
11, o'clock for th return trip. '
A; certain element of Maine Republi
cans purpose to make an effort to de
feat th re-election of Senator Eugen
Hale, whose present term will expire a
year bene, a , -
Cottolene Nfever Makes Food Greasy
Food cooked with hog lard and compounds is so thicldv
coacea wicn errease as to give tne erastne mices little chance
to assimilate and diVestjt. Cottolene contains no hop- fat. It
1" - ' f a . . 2 . - . ' .
aoes not coat tne iood with grease, and tood cooked with it
is easily digested. .
From the standpoint of health, there is no comDarison
between food cooked with Cottolene and food cooked with lard.
Lard is just hog fat Cottolene is a vegetable
product of .Nature.
Cottolene makes food which an v stomach can
digest andr builds up the tissiibs of the body.
COTTOLENE is Guaranteed ?k
v a "" refund your money in cate you are
.? not pleased, after having given Cottolene a fair teat. "' " -
Never Sold 'in Rlllk ' CU$Unth packed in pails with an air-tight top to
AlCVCr JOia in PUIK keep h Ccartt frvsh aird holcome, and prevent it
from catching dust and absorbing diaagreeable odors, such as fish, oil, etc.
, Made only by THE N.X.- FAIRBANK COMPANY
3 P.M. TO 9 P. M.
S Quart Berlin Mettles
First Grade Royal Granite Enamel Six-quart Berlin
Kettle, heavy steel, seamless a ; necessity.
Come early. "Sale" starts at 3 p. m. ;
, 'None sold before. ' '
Only One to a Customer No Phone Orders
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