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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL. PORTLAND," FRIDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 21, 1313;
EGGS-HIGHEST EVER .
FOR THIS PERIOD HERE;
'.'Sale of Freeh Ranch, Are Confirmed
, at 43 Cento Today and There Are
Report of Purchases a Cent High
er; All Markets Are High,
f ' '
'Today's Produoe Trade,
, Errs quoted higher.
Butter remains quiet
Cheese make small.
Veal market better. ' "
Hogs not ao firm.
Hops ruling- lower.
Onions from California.
Fotatoea rather quiet. ,
Package dates arrive.
i v v w w w v
The egr market Is firmer along Tront
t street, an1 values sr advanced at least
i a cent a dosen. Sales are now reported
' at the highest price ever known here
1 for this period of the season, and within
a mere fraction of the record price since
th wholesale market was estaDlisned,
. While some dealers report eggs are
career, others are telling, of a slight
increase in offering. According to these
- interests tliey are now able to uae care
of the wants of their trade, while here
tofore only nalt of the demand could
ie supplied. r - r-
The - price of selected ranch eggs
alone; - the, street was almost general
i at '43c a dosen today. -There were re
; porta thai 44o was helng asked In some
quarters, but this could not ba con
. lirmcd. '.;'.,. :',:'.-.h P
i Even at th advance, the local market
; continues one of the lowest in the entire
. country so far es the big markets are
! concerned. Even In New York, sggs
I have been sailing recently around
' "a doea for selected ranch, and in Cali
fornia and Washington markets the
price lias recently, been above that quot
." t-d here.''.-'".
Considering the scarcity, fresh ranch
eggs should be quoted even higher than
at this time. However, the market is
boing held down by the fact that so
much ice house stock is being offered.
Practically- all cold . storage Interests
are anxious to clean up their holdings
of sggs, and are therefore not following
the recent advances in fresh stock.
:jtti. .,','v.-'i.:rf1i m i ,..;':. ,-.--.''
CHICKEN SITUATION MIXED .
While some ' report a better feeling
In the chicken trade, the market In gen
eral may be considered easy to weak.
Bales art reported at various prices, but
generally at It fa-14 Ho for bens.
. HOP PRICES ARE LOWER ,
! Another lowering of . hop market
f rices is reported locally with rather
iberal offering by Willamette valley
growers,- Purchasers during -the last 24
, hours have been reported at 21QiJIo a
pound for .good a tock.' the latter, being:
the extreme figure today. ,'-.;.: ;:
:', , ".. I ill .1 " t I ,
" PACKAGE ' DATES ARRIVE r
Package dafes have made their ap
pearance in the local market for the
. holidays and demand is already good.
a Heed stock is quoted at II whole, pitted
, is selling around $4.20 and Is firm at
ythatrfigurSii.rti .: ' i-.r. 1
YEAh ' MARKET 18 BETTER
' Better feeling Is shown In the market
. for country calves along Front street
today. Sales are reported today at 12H
qUc a pound for best offerings. Hogs
re weaker with only a small per cent
ot mistness aoova iihc
FRESH SALMOX 18 SCARCE
Considerable scarcity of fresh salmon!
is reported in . the local market. Then
run has almost entirely disappeared, andi
- while the price here has not oeen moved:
above 4c a pound, the supplies are ln-f
auequaie lo tut ut wuu,
CHEESE SITUATION STROXQ
While prices are unchanged, there 1st
, a strong situation In the cheese trade.
Charles Ray. the Tillamook maker, wars
n the olty todav'and reported the out
put aa comperativeiy smau in mat set).
tion. ' . - .
" " ' r
. -FORECAST FOR SHIPPERS
: Weather bureau sends the following
notice to shippers:. . : , .
Protect' shipments as far - north as
Seattle -agaihirt minimum temperatures
of about 41 degrees; northeast to ffpo
kane. 36 degrees; southeast to B4ise,
34 degrees; south to Siskiyou, $6i de
grees. Minimum temperature at Fort
land tonight about 41 degrees. j
PORTLAND JOBBING PRICES
Tbeea prieee ire theee at whlrh wbeleealen
ten tn retiilten. ei-pt si otberwlM tatea:
BUITER Nomlnl. Oretmery cube. $ic;
ttte rrmirr. X28Ae; mnch batter, tSe.
Y.Q1B Nomlml. Cendled locil extrei, 43e;
eelect puuett. 40c; eaie ooant. 88 ; jtnt bur
In price, 86a t. o. b. Portland; ftonje, 820
LITE POI'tTBY Bent, 14A14Ue: .spriori,
1814e; eten. 12e; geene. 12c; Pekti durtt,
14(31.V; Indian Runners, 10(311c; turkjeys, 21c
dmwd . 25c; plfeoni, eld, 11; ' yousg 11.60
CHEESB Kemtnat. Freak Orejron flaaer fan
cream twins and triplet, 17c; diliU. ITU.;
VeoPS Inwlea. 18He.
. BUTTEB FAT Prodacera' price foe Portland
dellTcry, per lb.. 84c. w
j t . Hopa, Veol and Hldaa.
nOPB Buying price, choice, 21 0
S021c; ntediuis to prime, 2oc; med
Wvuio-nominai, ivis cup.
ley coarae Cwtawold, 18e lb.; med
anire, lie; 7 u, iee h,..
Orcion, lOQiae, actsordint to ahrinkase.
. LBITTIU OB CASCASa BAHK1S1J. M.
lota, 4tfe; leaa than tar lota, 4ci
MOHAlft 11S Nominal aue.
HIUKS Dry hides, 21tj22e lb.;
aalted hide. lie; bulla, rreoa aali
1213ei calraa, dry. 2iQ2Se; calf kln, aalti
r grean, .jixoc, green macs, Ion than
aaltedaheap palu, aalted, abearlnga, 10Qoc;
" '( Orooartoa.
8??R'Sf: 4ra-i5: frnlt
ur barrr. SB. 10: beet 84.80: drW r..ni..r
IJ.W; D yellow. 84.40. (AboTo onoutloaa are
so Un net caab.
R1CU JaDaa atrle. No. 1. HUOTKk.. v
Orteam. bead, t &Tc;- Creola. ue.
HONEY- haw. 12.75 per eaao.
BBANS Biuall white, 2-6c:. larse white
8J; ping. Jltcj llmaa. 14c; ilnksJc fciyi
SAXTiOearaa, bait rraontfa. 100a, Im M
on; Soa' SiaTBr table dairy. (DOaTlM.
817.60; bale. 82.26; extra fine: barrela. 8.
and lua, S95Q.00; lamp roekj 120.60 per ton.
i Steata. Flab and Vrerfcloaa.
PRLSBKD UBATS Selling priceCos,..-.
killed) Hoga, fancy. JH412cT wdlnary ii.
mugb and heavy, 8c:, fancy veals,
dlnary, I2cj poor, SOlOe; Unia, Ite; mutton,'
lw, (oats. te. r
' HAMS. BACON, ETC. hams S22c: break,
fa.t baoos. MWSfc. bdlad bam. s'JesJet
js4; cottage 7 - t ,
OVSIItlu-4iaolwatet 97 per galloa i);
SPOT CASH POR ' YOUR
Es, Poultry, Hogs, Veal
Set flees f. e. b. Portland. Ko eommlaslon.
p.irv kutirr 20c. Hens and trlnfar
Hu. ka, Sttillr: tnrkeya,-18(3 lttc, goene, 83lloe-
tnwf KHk, lOQIlc
iai, .lane, lljtl2c; ct
rr burk. Re lb.
MKATH raeiing aoeaaaHt. ha. t tt
18Hic; eowa. o. 1 stock, UVic; ewea. 8U.c"
w.,h.ra 3J lbn. ilHl pork kai.8;
craned boss. ISMe. . ,..'im
dbir a lura,
: wool - sod
t. au sy CO...W treat St, rertlaad, Or.
-wa ,v.ww,v - , i ,
i Writs nr an.'MW rVtA Z.. Z i ? uaiuri uor on awouni OI
i ZJXJlX'ZltZt tair:An,,H mada .gainst hr last winter,
LOCAL . GROWERS FORCES
SOUTH IS BIDDING FOR
MILlSTiJFFS NOV IN
Demand From California Is Rather
Good at Prevailing Prices Here
and Entire Surplus Could Bo Sold
In That Direction Today.
axozhtot amjkxm vurrxsau.
Besnos Arras, Argentina, Oct, 84
Broomhau's ' agsnt now makss n ax.
portable surplus of wheat 109,400,000
bushels sad S3 ,000 ,000 bushels of oats.
Bo far this season actual shipments oi
wheat hare amounted to 98,604,000 and
oats ei.091,000. v-v.'
WHEAT CARGOES QUIET
Leodes, Oct. 24. Wheat cargoes on passage
Quiet. , ,
V TORSION WHEAT MABKKTS
Llrerpool Wht ekMed VOHd higher.
Parle Wkeat closed U lower.
. Antwerp Whear cloiea He blgber.
Berlin Wheel closed Uc.blflior.
Badapeat Wheat closed He higher.
Bneoos Aym-rWbeat cloaed UDChanged.
v , PORTLAND ORAIN RECEIPTS
. 173 T8T . IS 18 . 30
. 77 :. 22' .: T "4 13
40 1 IS S IS
85 14 10 S
V' 17 13 4 12
81 S 4 - 2 17
Beaaen to date..
.501 1H 702 T47 840
.6688 80S 7M 19 780
California Is bidding quite freely for
mtllstuffs here and the entire local
surplus can today be sold ln-that direc
tion at 'Prevailing prices asked ' here.
There baa been a alightly improved
feeling in the mlllfeed market recently.
The entrance ' of California interest
Into the. market has created a much bet
ter feeling In the trade and milling
lntereatn are holding mora firmly.
While the trend of the wheat trade Is
somawhat better locally, still practically
no 'Improvement is shown in prices.
Cargoes are atlll rather depressed but
m tiling demand at horns is quite fair.
Farmers are not free sellers of coarse
KTaln at this time. They are not willing
lo accept the prices In effect at tldo
water. The markets are on a better
basis - In the Interior and at valley
points than, here, therefore few recen:
purchases are reported. ' While dealers
here are talking of atlll lower prices, it
develops that they are unable to buy at
prices they have been quoting. Those
that actually want the oats or barley
have been compelled to pay more money.
., Today's grain market range:
- WHEAT Nominal producers' priees,
tradk baaisrClub, 77 78c; milling blue
steal, 88c; Tnrkejr. red. i3c: .forty-fold.
7cf red Russian and hybrids, 76c; vaj
leyi 7e bushel.
BARLEY Nominal producers' prices,
track - basis: . Feed, 225.00; brewing,
26.00: rolled, $26.60 per ton.
OATS New. feed. I25.00O26.50: mill-
tng, 225.00 per ton.
itliUur selling price: patent, 4.7o;
Willamette valley, 14.70; local straight.
13.85W4.10; export. a.661.70j bakers'.
i HAY Produeera nricea: Willamette
Vklley -timothy, fancy, 114.00(9)14.60;
eastern ' Oregon-Idaho fancy timothy,'
115.50; alfalfa, 112.00(913.16; vetch and
oats, SU.OO0i2.OO; clover. $9.00 10.00
MI LL8TUFF8 felling prlca: Bran,
t20.60 21.00: middlings, 129.(0030.00;
snorts, izz.ooevzs.uo per ton.
GRAIN BAGS-No. 1 Calcutta, 1KO
He.- - ' -
CLOVER SEED Buying prleei No.
1 red, country points, He; Portland,
10c; .JUsike, . 11 14c
W too lb. ack f )t Olrapla. per eallaa.
ser 100 lb. aack I I: eaaajed. aaatam.
66e can: 88.60 dosens eastern, in aheU. II Tfiai
8.00 per 100; raaor clams, 82.0032.25 box; east
ern eyatera, per gallon, solid pack, 82. To.
LAkU lleroaa, 1214c; compound, tiereas,
UHe. " - . -,.
FISH Nominal. Dressed fkwaaera, Tet half.
bat etilOc: striped base. 17o: alirerslda ulma.
Sc; ballbot eeiOr; soles, 7o lb.! shrimps.
12Hc; perch, 8c lb.; lobsters, . 80e lb.; black
baas 10c; silver smelt .Tc; shad ( ); black
cod. Te: atnrreon. 12Uc
CBABS Large, 11.70; medlnm, doses.
'' Fruits and Vegetables. '
FRXSH FBUITS Oranges, 85.eoaS.00; ba
ns aal. 4)tJ6e lb.; lemona, 88 9; lluea, fl.oo
per 100; grapetralt' California, 83.60; Florida,
6.258.50; plneapptea, H7ci cantaloapea,
82.60X76; peacea. fancy, 4050c; ordinary,
USttioc; watermelons, lHc; crapes, Concorde,
12&12jte par 4 lb. basket, other varieties, 78c
4181.25; pears, 81.00tjl.2S. ' .
VKUKTABUiS Turnlpe, 60e0c; beeta. 810
1.U; carrots, 81S1.10; parsnlpa, 81ffll.l aack:
cabbage. l-26i kwal tomatoes, Ufiuoe box!
triag beana ( )j green oolona, I2e per
doses bunrbes; peppers, bell, 6gl0e; bead ht
tnca. 2012&e doaen; celery, 404i75c: ess uUnt
7c; cauliflower. 81-25 doaen; rbobark, to
ol ( ); artlcbokes, si Ooaen; sprouta, vaioc:
spinach, local ( ) lb.; peas, 6jfc; grata eornj
1U4J12MC per doaea. ' .
BEBItlKS Huckleberries, lOtfcUHe lb.! cran
berrtea, local, 8T.60; eastern, 80.50 barrel.
APPLES fcpitaenberg, 8lOua2.0o; Morthern
Bpy, Sl.3BOl.76;.. Jonathan, 81.ou42.00; Itbode
laland Greening, 81.OMtl.25: Winter Banana!
8102-aO; Ortley, 81.26i.T6: tiraTenat.io
81.O0fal.75 Jet box; eookuig gradM, 75cfe$lW
POTATOES Belling price: Extra choice
ll.154lil.25; choice, 81.15; ordinary. 81.00 aack'
baying price, carloads, O0J76c. eoontry polute:
awaeta, 2e lb. - -, '
ONIONS Jobbing price 12.00; carload bnr.
Ing price, 81.80 t a. b. shipping station;
taxUc, etivc lb.
' Faints sad Oila
UNSEED OIL Haw bbis, oee per gal.; ket
tle boiled, bbla., Sle eal.: raw caaes, Ste; boiled
caaea, two gal.: lots of 250 gaikloa, 1 Uaa:
oil cake meal, 844 per ton. . .,
WHITB LEAD Ton loU, 8e per lb. l 800 lb.
lots 8e per lb.; leas lots. 8 He per lb,
OIL MEAL Carload lota. 834.
TURPEN11NB In cases, 78c; wood barrels,
70c; Iron barrels, see per galloa; 10 case lota,
San Francisco Produce Market,
San Francisco, Oct 24. WheatClub
and Red Russian, !1.4t401.47H; north
ern bluestem. 11.6001.87 h; Turkey red.
11.65 1.66; fortyfold. tl.62U1.65.
Barley Good to choice feed, 11.85
1.87Vh: lower grades. tl.80Ol.82U: shin.
ping and brewing, 11.4001.45.
Butter Extras, tic; prima firsts, 10c:
Bggs Extras, 40c: pullets, tie: stor-
age extras, 81c.
Cheese Oregon, 16c; zoung America.
17; California, 1617Hc; Young Amer
ica, 17c; do firsts, 16c; eastern, 16 H 9
Potatoes, per cental Delta whites,
7Ec11.10; Salinas. 11.85 2.00; Oregon
Burbanka. 11.2601.80; sweets, 11.250
Onions Silver skins, 11.26 1.60. '
Seattle Produce Market.
Seattle, Oct. 24. Eggs Select ranch,
48060c; April' storage. 10S2c; fresh
eastern, t8c. - . - ' ijt
Butter Washington creamery cubes,
14c: city creamery bricks, 35c; fresh
eastern, 10031c; Oregon, 80081c
Cheese TUlatnook, llo; Young Amer
icas, lc; Washington. twins, 18c: trip
lets, 18c; Wisconsin twins. 11c; Oregon
triplets, 17e. ...
Onions California yellow, 32Ue lb.;
local, 81.601.76 sack.
Potatoes Local. $17 01 1; Taklma
gems, $21926 ton. ,4v. Av
New York Cotton Market. :
Month Open. High., Ixw. Closa
Jan. ..,.1387 1867 1358 , 1J584
....1364 1367 -i 1151 ; UHv
185$ . 1140; 1140041
1413 .1400 .vl89914
t.,1884 . 1392 117t : 118008
. 'Mrs. Bond Snea Senator Gor3.
v Oklahoma City, Okla..' Oct 4-Mra.
Minnie B. Bond sued for 160,000' dam
agea from Senator Oore on account of
Journal Want Ads bring results; ' .;
HERE, : WITH
--"sT a. rn i . i iai Ha io
" -at ar W r 1 I .'Ifllh . .
LuiflL iiitri nuLuinb
Dealers Unable to Secore . Oregon
Stock Even at Advanced, Prices j
Therefore Buy Southern Growth
for Less Money.1, ., -
California onions are rolling in this
direction, and It la likely that most of
the wants of the trade here will be
filled by the southern stock. While this
la usually the case at the start of the
season, or before the homegrown stock
is ready ror market, as & rule Oregon
is supplying California with many car
loads of onions at this period of the
- The bringing In ' of California onions
by the local trade at this time is not
aue to any isca or local onions on tne
farms here in fact, that seems to be
the entire; trouble. The onions are being
held on the farms, and all efforts of
buyers to secure them at any price have
fatloil. . .. - . .... . ., .
, The result Is that while onion prices
nere nave been aavancea stesaiiy, until
tndtfv thT are An m. h1rhr hjtiKla than
any growing center In the entire .coun
try; iocai aeaiera are unaoie to aecure
supplies and have been forced- to bring
In - tha stock from . California. These
onions are being purchased at ' lower
prices tnan wnat iocai growers are as
In a- jit shiDDlna- ooints.
. The bringing in of the California
stock Is likely to have a bad effect upon
the price here, although dealers say
this will b entirely tha -fault of local
DrdHucers because they- would not sell
at any price. Tha preference is always
given the home producer If he will sell
at all. - , v.r--:-
LATE ADVANCE IS MADE
New York Stock Market Shows a
: Sharp Riso During liast Half ; ;
Hour of the Session.
New York. Oct. 24 Durinr the last
half hour of the trading today, the
stock market mads a very substantial
advance in the price. Under the lead-
ersntp or steei ana union .racirio, tne
general list began to advance and the
closing was generally higher than yes-
Judas Oarv of tha Bteel eorooratlon
denies tha rumor that some of tha mills
may close or lay off a portion of its
working force.- t-
A British coal syndicate headed ' by
Peter D. Mallorv of London Is said to
be planning 160,000,000 investment in
West Virginia coal lands.
American stocks were heavy with a
decline of 4 to . point In tha London
market today. - .-- ( ;
Range of New York orlces furnished
by Overbeck It Cooke Co., 216-21 7 Board
of Trade building:
OpenlBIich lxw I Clow
Amalgamated Cop- Co.
American C. A F.. c
American Can, C......
American ' Can, pf . . . . .
American Baser, c...
muvrina duwii, v. .....
American Smelt, pi.
Am. Tel. A Tel.....
Anaconda Mining Co.;.
A trhlaoo. c
Baltimore A Ohio. e. . . .
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Canadian Pacific, e...
Central Leather, e.
Chi... AL A Bt. P......
Chesapeake A Ohio......
Colorado F. A I, ...
van rraunra, (mm.,.
Denrer B. O., e
nrio. o. ,
O. Northern, pf...
V1 1 1 .... I . (
iuuvi vvn., .....a,.
int. Metropolitan, e.v.
Kanaas City .Southern..
LoolaTins A Nashville.
kf. K. A T., e.........
Hlaaonrt raeine ....
National Lead ' . . . . .
New Tork Central...
Norfolk A Weetem, e
Northern Pacific, e....
Pressed Bteel Car, c...
Ray Cons. Copper......
Reading, C ............
Rock laland, e.. ........
e T A. o a M .
Boatbera Pacific, t. ...
Roothern Railway. ....
Texas A Padfle
T., St. L. m W.,
Union Pacific, e........
Cnloa Pacific, of
United States Bobber, c
U. S. , Bteel uo.,. e....
U. B. Bteel uo., pr. .
Utah 0opp .........
Virginia Chemical . .
Money 2 3.
Total sales 202,200 shares.
Ex. dlv. 1H. -
Chicago Market Closes With Loss of
U to Cent; Shorts Hare
Effect Upon Trade, '
.' Chicago, Oct. 24. There was a clos
ing losa of o In December and o in
May wheat today after an opening un
changed for tha latter and o off tor
Tha market tiers was Influenced en
tirely by ahort-selling, tut there was
little activity from any quarter,
Broomhall cabled that the Liverpool
wheat market responded-to the firmer
American cables of yesterday and fewer
first hand Canadian offers. Bhort cov
ering wss also a bullish, feature. ,
Range of Chicago prices furnished by
Overbeck A Cooke company, , 216-217
Board of Trade building. ; '
' , . WHEAT .. i"
Month. Opn. Riga. , Lew. Closa. -
Dec ....'..:.'.. --84 .'', 84 i-.,'84 a-. - 84 B
Hay ,....,.,.$,, -'eSll'V.-sMs. atB.
Dee. ......... . 88
May ......... 70:
' i f 70 , 69 69
V70VJ -") 9
Dee. .. ...J.', ..i' ' 89 V 89f .i .89'
May -. ... ...'d42 i& 42
July " 42 '.t;! 429, 42.
Jan. , .........1962 yVlSTT'';', 1060 v 1970 A
May .........1976 ;198T' 1978 -1982 A
. v. ' - XABD ' ' ,:-r- . -v
Oct. ......105 T,.. 1065 -J050 ; 1055 A
Jan."' ......... 1050 Tr.. 106T 'J: '. 1047 '. 1066 .. ... .
May ...106ev 17B,. 1065 . ) 1078 . .
-ryhJf!, Vrri-u"' S: jflBS t fy, .. '-, .
Oct'-' ......1050 vj 1058 ;-..V Ho47 ' 1M A
Jaa."'.......l40 fi 10W .,'; 1040. Vt 1047 -A
KOBXHWE8TBANK , STATEMENT
i'3.:.tv.-v4.;.fs4Ja8l Baaas. ,.,':'""";
Clearings r' '';'? -Vv This week.. ;,',' -Year ase,
Thuraday ........... 8,840,258.69 i. 2,082,658.88
Wedneaday 8,4:10,179.04 8,211,241.88
Toeaday .. 8.661.600.16 1.800,818.82
Monday ............ 3.621,0855 2,677,608.40
Week to da te... $11189,910. 40 $10,590,540.72
rtiify. tasttie ttnk' '. :J '
Clearings .,, ..$1,167,262.41
bslaaoea . 4. Vhf ov.'. t .fs, 976.1)0
V :" f- Taotna Banks. ''''l'
ClearlntS t . k.u 835,704.00
Balances ..v.,.,..,...., 1. . 44,640,00
73i, 741, 72 73
44 44 48 44
80S 32 80 81 U
90 81 00)4 tWU
83 63H G2A 63
69 H 09 H 90 00
122 122 121 122
86 'A 86 'A 86 85
03 03 98 96
3 93V4 03 S
!227 228 226 228
21 21 20 21
101 101 100 101
I 89 40 89 40
67 67 87 67
1 28 24 27 27
. 9 10 . 9'
18 18 18 18
ST 27 27 27
123 128 128 123
106 106 106 106
..... ..... ..... 1814
150 151 1CK 161
24 24 24 24
131 131 131 (131
19 20 19 20
44 44 44 43
15 16 15 15
83 83 81 82
08 96 t 96
107 107 106 1(17
108 108 107 109
18 18 18 182
161 162 181 162
18 14 13 14
8 9 9 ,9
87 87 M 87
22 22 22 22
28 28 28 28
ioo .52 150 151
82 M 82 82
69l 59 89 59
68 08 86 57
106 106 106 106
53 68 02 63
28 21 28 2ft
66 66 66 86
WHEAT SHOWS REACTION
LOWER OFFERINGS OF.
Somo of the Washington Assoc!
'. Uons Are IVUUok to 'Let .Go nt
-What the Over-Bearish Bayers Are
Willing to Offer Them. '
While the Nortwestern Fruit Exchange
of this city has recently aold several
cars of extra fancy, gpltsenberg appl
ni i per pox r. o. o. snipping point, it
developed today that Wenatchee and
some of tha other districts are freely
offering this same variety and quality
at 11.65 to 11.80 a box. The extra 20a
to'35o Is not only being lost by the
growers of those sections but they are
making It mighty hard to keep the price
u appies from oropsiing. '
" Just why some of tha apple shipping
interests of the Pacif la northwest are
not able to market their fruit In such a
good year aa this without the aid of ex
pensive outside brokers, Is a mystery to
moss wno navs Deen ame to seu most
of their offerings at. extreme values. A
wire from Chicago today stated that
one distributing Interest was marketing
even In that olty through a broker ana
was paying for that privilege 116 a car.
isaturaiiy tnis eaaea cost to tne maraet
ipg will be paid by the growers. ,
The Northwestern Fruit Exchange of
this cltv reDorts the sale of a car of
Rogue River Yellow Newtown for ex
port. The car is already anroute to the
Atlantio seaboard and tha shipment : is
expected to be .exported, probably .to
South America. The sale was made -at
11 a box. The aame interests have Just
received a cable from their -agency in
Germany, telling of the arrival there
and sale of the second -ear of Rogue
River Jonathans. This ear-was packed
under tha Rogue Kiysr rules, ; which
wen wv uwjt wivfj'.uii u. t .la
ment netted the growers between 11.660
1.60 a box f. o. b. Medford. The car
contained 17 boxes 126's and larger, 180
boxes 138's to Ill's and 198 boxes of
175'a to 200a. Tha seoond carload sold
at a fractionally better price than tha
rirst one, notwitnstanaing tne zact mat
the sties were less favorable.
London-cabled toaar uiat it naa soia
the first carload of Rogue River Yellow
Newtowns for the season at 13.76 there.
This means praotlcally $2.00 here. The
fruit waa reported rather green and the
market movement waa not very favor
able. . -. v. ;, ' ! ! ,
EASTERN fRUIT MARKETS
. -BBawaaaaMaaasaawaiB,wssajaawswaB " ' . 'i
Hood River Spitxenbergs Sell $2.34
on New York Auctions; Oregon
Duchess at $1.47 Chicago.
New York.? Oct 14. Through auction
day 82 earn deciduous 1 fruits Cornice,
ti.it; naives, i.i: ens, ja.es: natves,
$1.51; 1 Washington Nells, $1.61; 1
Idaho Dears.- Anlou. ' 11.66: Nells, -12.84:
California Nelis. 13.10: halves. 11.08: I
cars Oregon pears, Anjou, 11.18; Clair-
geau, 2.i; t naives, cornice, i.ii;
halves, Bosc, $1.68; 1 car Hood River
BplU, $3.84: S cars Washington. apples,
numes, sj..ex; juiibiubiio, i.oi.
CHlcago Through auction today. 1
car uregon uucness account rioneer
Fruit company, $1.47; ' 8 cara Colorado
Jonathan extra fancy, - $1.71; - fancy,
81.66; - choice. $1.16; mixed car Rome
Beauty extra fancy, $1.62; fancy, $1.61;
Arkansas' Blacks, $1.60; S cars Colorado
Jonathans, fancy, - $1.61; choice, H. 87;
mixed car Wlnesaps extras, $i.r fancy,
$1.44; choice,. i.xu; uriraes, cnoice, jtuo.
FOREIGN FRUIT MARKETS
Nova Scotia Apples Are Arriving In
Large Lots and Prices Are
A London mall advice of October 11
uvi nf th fruit markets:
Fears The reaction we have been pre
dicting naa maae useii xorcioiy ieit ihih
Wek, and the markdt for fancy boxed
pears has been badly demoralized. This
is largely due to the enormous quanti
ties arriving, over 16,000 half boxea hav
ing been offered at auction this week,
consisting principally of Cornice, Winter
Nells, Glou Morceau, Bosc, Bartletts,
etc. Callfornlan Cornice have been free
ly offered at $1.76 to $1.00. Barreled
stock, however, has' done Quite well,
prices realized being, if anything, higher
than last week,, but the supply waa
lighter about 6000 barrels against 7000
last week. A great many piears In green
hard condition are being put Into stor
age. Oregon Cornice in fine condition
have been selling slowly at from $2.60
to 11.26 per half box. Some well col
ored Oregon Beurre Boao .. have been
sold at 12.00 a half bog. . '
Apples 25,000 barrela of Nova Scotia
apples have arrived in London this week
and arrivals at Liverpool and Glasgow
have also been heavy. Prices nave been
somewhat lower, but there la a strong
demand for good quality fruit showing
color. California mwtowns are snow
ing up badly and are not giving satla-
actlon. ,' ' y "' ' " " . '
The following prices cover the range
for ths week;. ,. ,. -
Western New, York Bartletts, $7,150
$8.00. barrels. ' " , '
Hudson river Kelffers. $3.604.60,
California Comics, $1.70 2.00. halt
- California Winter Nells, $1.30 3.8S,
half boxes; $1.60, boxes. 1
Oregon Cornice, 13.600$. 26, naif boxes.
' Oregon . Buerre Rose, $1.76Qi 2.00, half
boxes. ' , -J' ' '' ,',,' 1 ' " ,v
Nova" Scotia ; QravensteinS, $2.76
$.76; Blenheims. $4.00 4.60, barrels.
Nova Scotia Ribstons, $3.7694.25.
- . California' Newtowns. 4 tier, $2.00
8.15; 4H tier, $1.902.00.
Wenatchee Jonathans, $3.00$,25; Ifo
Intosh Red, $a.7$ 1.00. boxes.
Virginia York' Imperials, $4.60 6.0),
barrels, v :
, Uverpool Market.
New YOrk state Bartletts, $1.25 7.60;
Kelffers, $4.26 6.00, barrels.
Hudson river Kings, $4.7S6.75; Bald
Wins, $4,2546.00, barrels.
Virginia York Imperials, $6.25 6.60.
New York State Greenings, $4.766.00.
Canadian Greenings, $4.60 6.00;
Kings, $8.00 8.50.,
California Newtowns, $2.00 2.40, 4
Uer; $1.802.00, 4 tier.
' Glasgow Market.
California Winter Nells, - $4.00 4.25",
boxes, 4 tier. .,.(.
Western New York Kelffers, 14.25
8.00, barrels: Bartletts. 11.00 1.10.
. Canadian Greenings, $4.76 6.00.
Hudson- river Greenings, $3.604.3S:
Kings. $4,756.6J, barreU.,
Hudson river Baldwins, $3.75 4.25. '
Virginia York Imperials, $5.60 1.80.
v Jonathans. $2.40 1.76. boxea'. ...
Two Crops of Apples.
1 Walla Walla, Wash., 'Oct, $4. Second
crop apples are numerous on the trees
of the Walla Walla valley , this year,
several , orcnaraists navinsr reported a
repeated of Karly June an
In tha City's limits 3. D. Kollv. Nnah
Evans and A. Blglcr have found apples
ready to , eat. on trees that furnished
the table in the early summer,
. Completing Prune Pack. ' ,
k Vancouver, Wash, Oct $4. It will re
quire two weeks mora to complete the
prune pack at the J. K. Armsby- plant
according to a statement made by Scott
Swetland, local - manager. - The com
pany deals exclusively with foreign
markets and hair so (ar shipped 22 cars,
all going to England. Prune : drying
has been completed and the supply- Is
practically all delivered to ths packing
plant, ..v. it. ,,:v.r '-.;.- -...i.4 ....
, pniT7mnrnoo,. Mm
CATTLE WEAKNESS IS
VERY SEVERE HERE;
Bntctterlng Bostness Is the Quietest
, In History and Killers Are Trying
to Bring Down CXst;,Svrlne Val
nes Suffer 15 Cents Again.
','. , Todays xoa . vanst, ... . -
jsortn fortiaad v;..--. :
Chicago .................. 1.15
Kansas City f.10 4
.South,,-Qmah ; i t.; , HV:.ffft
44 4 4 4 44444444444
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK RC
Hogs, Cattle. Calves. Sheep
Friday 1035 152
Thursday 486 .-
wedneadav ... . .. . . 177 . . y 857
Taeaday : . .. ,, . 896 . IbS
Mondar .''.,..v.',.L.i,1879'S 839
Saturday 256 V Ji; 26
weea ago....,.,., 124
Year ago 185- ' .216
Two yeare ago..., 858 6a2
. . 1 ,
The stagnant tone tn the cattle trade
and the severe cuts that are being made
in' prices is today tha talk ot this en
tire section. : Killers are entertaining
extreme bearish views regarding cattle
prices. - Their viewa in this regard seem
to coma from the fact tnat the butcher
ing business was never in such a ol
lapidated condition as at this time.
There is less than half.. the . business
passing today that was shown two years
ago. Even as compared .with a year
ago, butchers are reporting a decrease
in inair uim af tiiiiv u nar ettnt.,
Meats have been so hlah that the bub-
no is not putting mem on tne taoie any
mora than seems absolutely necessary.
Soma have oult eatina? meats nractlcally
altogether. This is not a boycott in the
strict aensa 01 the word, it is simpiy
a condition that is forced because the
average 'family can no longer airora
to have meats on tha table every day.
Tha days when meats were served at
every meal in. some American families,
seems to have nassed.
Naturally this is having a direct ef
fect upon tha price of cattle and other
livestock in tne yaras. - Tne cattle traai
Is naturally most affected because Its
produots are utilised more in the fresh
stats than otherwise; " Killers are natur
ally . trying - to get down ths cost ot
roeata to consumers so- that- they .-will
be able to operate on a more extensive
scale, thereby creating greater profits
ior. tnemseivea .
. Cattle Prices Are lowered.
Further lowering of cattle prices was
shown at North -Cortland today. While
there was only a limited run in the
yards overnight, much- stock has been
held over from day to day because of
the lack of buyers except ,at- extremely
low values. A. . s ,;
While it IS quite possible that steers
can ba rood enough to brlnsr 87.65 in
lots at this time. It will take something
of exceptional quality,, to bring above
81.60 just now in ne local yards; in
fact,' some very good steers- have , been
pressing for sale around 17 7.26.
--There seems to be a better tone in
tha cow market, than for steers, al
though, to some extent the price of tee
former b,as been affected by the lat
ter. . The spread between cow and ateer
prices is not so wide as it waa a short
h At Chicago there was a strong tons
in the cattle trade for the day.
Kansas City-cattle -market ruled
steady at former prices.
Today's general cattle market rarftre
Best steers ................ .$7.60 7.S5
Best . heifers
f)csi cgvn ...,. . ,
foor cows .................
Ordinary bulla . i.r,, ,.
Fancy - stags ... .............
Fancy bulla . . .
Prima light calves ..........
Xogs Are "Down is Cents.
There was a loss of fully 15c in the
Srica of bogs at North Portland for the
ay. The spread 'between the values
tnat nave oeen in . errect nere ana at
points east of the Rockies ' has been
considered too great - At times ths local
market recently haa been .quoted from
30 to 6O0 above the Chicago price and
more than that above South Omaha.
-Today tops were aold In the a wine
trade at North Portland at $8.16. - There
waa another rather liberal run and kill-
era had practically everything their own
way.-,. .';v--,.' - .: .;.,-?.;,w,.-. .. . ,.:,.;,;.,
-. .t , . . 1 . . -
- AC vnicayv incrv was m iirmer lone in
the hog trade with an advance of 60 li
the price. ' -; . -
Kansas Citv hos- market ruled stronr
with an advance of 6 to 10c for the day.
Today's aeneral hoc market range:
Top killers ,.,......$ 1.15
Good and light ........... ' ' $.25
Heavy a-, . ... . .. i, R.10 8.16
Rough and heavy... . 7.50 7.75
beep Situation Is Strong. ,
. There is a very strong situation in the
sheep trade. Only a small amount ot
stuff baa coma forward for, the open
market recently. The lambs that cams
yesterday were a disappointment as re
gards1 quality and they were aold at $6,
For better offerings there la little
doubt in the minds of the home trade
that values can ba lifted 25o over tha
former-extreme. ,- , ,;. ' - '- .
, At Chicago there was a- steady tons
in tha sheep trade for the day. Prices
being unchanged. , ,.' .
.. Kansas City sheep market ruled strong;
with an advance ot 5c for tha day.
Today's general mutton market range;
Best spring lamos ,,,...f. f 6.50
Ordinary lambs ............ S.005.26
Yearlings v. ............... 4.85 4.50
Old wethers 4.15
Fancy ewes. .. ...... . , . . t . . 8.80
Ordinary ewea . . . . ...... . .. 2.76
Today's ZJvestook (Uppers. 11
' Hogs Bough ton Brothers,,- Dayton,
Wash., one load; J". ly Baker, Caldwell,
Idaho, one load; T, M. Tayn, one load;
Gorver Brothers, Nyssa, one load, On
tario, one load;; w A. Gover, Roblnette,
one' load; Arlington Lumber company,
Condon, one load; 3. D. Densmore, Le
banon, one load direct to Union Meat
company; Kiddle Brothers, Imbler, one
load. ' . . i . -
Cattle Ed. Fletwood, Baker, two
OMAHA LIVESTOCK STEADY '
Genera Good Feeling; in the Mis
f ' nonrl River Yards .Today. ; :; ,.
South Omaha, Oct,'' 24.-Cattle---Re-eelpts,
900: market steady.' Steers, $$.60
9.10; cow, and heifers, $8.0097.75.
Hogs Receipts, 1100; market steady
at 17T457.70. f
Sheep Receipts, $800; market steady
to strong. Yearlings, $5.266.6; weth
ers, $4.!64.7i lambs, $ 7.04 7.26 1
ewes, $4.004.40. ' -,
, CATTLE STRONG AT CHICAGO
, , V - : hti; - - m 2
Market In Better Shape With Only
Ught Runs Hogs Are Higher.'
Chicago' Oct' 24. Hogs. 16.000. Mar
ket ateady to nickel higher,. Mixed and
butchers, $7.608. 2$; good and heavy,
$7.8608.25; rough and heavy, $7.46
7.75; Tight, J7.65 8.16. , t
Cattle 2o00. Market strong. .
- Sheep 12,000. Market steady;' . . r.-
KANSAS CITY HOGS ADVANCE
: '. 'J. -j;-. - " m I -r'. v- -v; ' .")-,- .
Sales Are Made " 5 to IOC Higher;
Nickel Rise In ; Sheep Trade.
Kansas City. Oct. 24. Hoga 4500.
Market 6 to lOo higher. Tops, 18.10.'
Cattle tJ 500. , Market steady.
Sheep 6000. . Market atrong; to
higher. . , . . . ,
' J . " "
loads; H. 8. Neel, Condon, one load; M.
fchelton. Lvle. Wash., two loada -
Mixed stuf r Ward & Harrington,
Caldwell. Idaho, one load ' cattle and
hogs; -Fred B. Decker, one load cattle
and hoas direct to Union Meat company.
Total receipts of livestock at North
Portland to date this year compares
with ths same period a year ago as ioi-
lOWS:.. . 1 .'. - ,
2 inn . v liia rialn.
nogs.., 11)0,800 - 82,218 .... 67.8H7
Tattle 06,7.16 85.748 ' .... I.Oll
Calve, 8.213 9,488 , .... ' S.777
Sheep.. ,,,....288,848 204.104 .. .... . 11,244
... , n.Mj. a.-..-te ai.i, '.
Orecoa ?? , ,, , Si ??
Oregon ,...........,.,. 26
Oregon . ...'.,....,.,... JO ,
1064 t ,
uresoa ....-.,,,, 1 ;
Orecoa : .....,,....'... 21'
Orecoa- ............... 1 2
' ' . .cows
Oregoa .-,....,.,,.,..... 26
Oregon , 26
oreroa :,..,.....,.,.,. 8 '
Oregoa. M ... ... v IO88 v.i
Oregoa -sy. ,,W,A,; ,f.si ;."';. lOW'.-f:
Oaeroa ................ 1 :,!'.? U10 . '..T.85
:---,'.i.::' :..:"i.f. BULLS V";..?'.".1 '(-',' '.
Oregoa ...,,.,..... v.. . 1 .. ! 1360, , $80
"-..v ;; ::-.'"Iicg- - -
Oregon .,.... 8 '. , 241 !-: $8-50
,. rrway Morning Sales. .- ' ; ,
,v: -v;.-:v"'vt. :,-'vXBKBa.;. $ '.-. ,
Section. -. , Vv ':1?-" . Ko. '' Ave, Ths, C Prlca.
Oregoa ...... .... ... . 8 - .i 850 '.$7.00
'4.k!h,.-V..s;' STAOa :vV'- -v -: "'' '
Oregon' ,'..'.'. ....... 1 1250 ; ,- ! 6.25
"..,,, "'V.S' S?.',7-,Vn aWJtS).v')-? '. .:-:,'il--"
Oregesi-.&i.a,,..'.a'V -tf "iMo W
Oregon '1..', ........... n k $ t.fe-..1130 fef. tut
-. . -vi ; v-' V.-'V COWS ,;''V:."',; i '
Oregoa .... 24 "1. . 1120 -18.78
Oregon ................ . 1 ' 14W ' S.28
Oregon . ....... , 4 " ' -1077 in X a00
.' BOOB s-: V " ' '" '''
Oregoa i...., 85 . ': - ' l't $8-85
Oregon . i 94 ,.,;' ', 187 8.85
taaaev ..,,( .,.'. .-is ;: v;i ,. . is.
., ...i . ..'. ,'.
rtM... -. .'. ....
V.www I....,',. ,
Oreaos . .........
vijr-: m .; s.ss
67.' I), r''T 1N8 8-26
Idaho ,,...., 67
Oregon ................ 7 '..' C '.;. 221 ? 8.2J
Idaho ................. 61 ""-' . ; 10 '.t 8.10
Oregoa , ............ ..,100 16S S.OO
Oregon ................ill 'T 't ,178 V1S.O0
Idaho , 1 -" - ilO - . T.8U
Idaho . . e aee , a a $ ';!' yv' 1st ;;. ii-;T.
Oregon ;..,,,...,,,.,.'.., 4 . 887 ht, 7-85
Ortgon..:':.....4V..' l:H:Jv T.86
1 hi m in 1 1 1 1 1 1 -if -;')'.
MAY DO WITHOUT LABORATORY
City Will Probably. Depend Upon
, .i; State,, for Food Tests,,;
There will not be a chemical labora
tory la connection with tha health, de
partment, ' and ths . only work to - be
done 1n ths laboratory will ba milk test
ing, if the plans made by the budget
committee yesterday afternoon are fol
lowed. It is proposed to have food tast
ing done by the federal and state lab
oratory experts; thereby saving to the
city ths cost ot new apparatus as well
a the services of more chemlits. --With
Dr. Calvin 8. White, stats health
officer,; and City Health Of floor . Mar
cellus, plans were discussed for combin
ing, the stats and city laboratories. This
plan-was opposed by or. c . wneeier,
former city health officer, who sprang
a sensation : when ha stated that there
waa absolutely no use for the city to
enter into combination with any, other
authorities and no need for the estab
lishment of a (enemies! laboratory as
proposed. All of tha food testa ha said,
had been and could be cared for by the
federal and stats chemists.
Commissioner Blgelow stated that
thev would have to arrive at some solu
tion that would prove , economical, as
ths people had voted for the commis
sion charter to either provide a better
system of government than the old
form at the asms cost or a government
equally a good aa ' the old form at a
much cheaper ostM He said that ths
members of the budget and the commis
sion should keep those points in mind
when going over the proposed appro
priations? f -- :r:1Uii !
Following a eonierenca - vim uii
Phvaielan Ziealer. ' the committee
chopped $600 from the estimate of $1600
for fitting up the .emergency hospital
In the new .cltyjali. xne worx wui d
resurr.ed - this afternoon . by the com
mittee. ; ! , rt . S
REPIBCRSERIENT IS ASKED
Tremont Volunteers Want City to
- Buy Their Fire Apparatus.
a r. n ' Rtrowbrldae. president, and
t.t. wi chief of the volunteer fire
company at Tremont, appeared before
the firs department officials asking that
the fire . department , Intercede o have
the inembera of tha city council pur
chase the small piece of fire apparatus
they are jiow using. The m umbers of
the council, refused some time ago to
purchase the spparatua v " ,,
iTndiip the old administration several
months ago' an appropriation of $600
waa allowed for the purchase of the ap
paratus, The company: furnishing ths
apparatus turnea it over 10 me
teer fire company with the understand-
ina- that it could ba used until paid for.
Tha claim for the '$600'waa refused by
the new council on ths ground that ns
bids hsd ever been received as provides
by ths charter a, y y
CHANGES ORDERED BY MAYOR
Albee Makes Investigation ; of the
Women's Quarters at City JaU.
Following- an investigation made of
the woman's quarters of the temporary
cltv lail at Sixth and Everett streets.
Mayor Albee yesterday ordered that new
sheets be ; provided tor the bed and
Individual soap, combs ana brashes sup-'
plied for the women inmatea -. The in
vestigation waa made on the mayor
learning that soma of the sheets used
had been used previously by other wo
men prisoners. ; v '
. City ?WH1 Buy Two Autos,
'Two -automobiles were. ordered - pun
chased by the city council this morning.
The lowest bids 01 the roro, Motor car
company for, a runabout, to .'cost 1 $575
and of 7. W. Leavltt for an auto truck
at $2750 were accepted. Both machines
are to be used , in - ins : street 'Cleaning
department. , , r) ',,
v City Has, Cuf Bruslk "J-1"'
An "appropriation of 41000 '.was! al
lowed. Commissioner Dieck this morning
by the city council for enforcement of
ths new brush ordinance and for re
pairs to ths steam roller abd. other. ap
paratus : used by his department.
; " '.r aansnas !..x-
NEW TORK STOCK EXCHANGE! ';,
NEW YORK COTTON EXCHANQH '
rHtPiOO BOARD OB" TRADE
THE STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGB
PORTLAND OFFICE t? 'j '
gSg oak BW Crronnd Vloor, Iiowls Bids;.
Thonas saarsoavu etso. aiai. - .
tocks, stoads, Oottom, arala, rta. -Sie-ai7
Beard ef Trade Bnildiag,
DIRECT PRIVATE .WIRES
. TO ALL' EXCHANGES
Members Chicago Board of Trade.
Correspondents of Logan as Bryan ,
. , Chicago, .New York. .
uregon 11 - xau- s.oo
Oregoa : ..,...r....... 87 ;.S- -X 202 8.50
Oregon'' ..,........r,.i,..f,.'8:'-;jf:-,(' 258 8.50
WasMagtea "....'..:..;. 108 " . ,158 V'J ; .g.00
ASICIKQ C25,CC3 FOH "
. THE LOSS OF -HIS LEGT
The damage suljt of Paul R. Horner
against ths Hammond Lumber company
waa started before .a. Jury In federal
court this morning. Horner is asking
$26,000 for the loss of a leg. He was
head dogger on a sawlog carriage at
Mill City. The dog hammer, in kicking
M . bik i. ,.n,...ltin. -,i.t. 1
. 11 .
N. Smith is represetitlng - Horner, with
Weatherford & Weatherford defending
ths corporation. , , v . 1 1 . ,
- Th o
. of Commerce
.,4 , HEAD OFFICE,
' M 'iX Toronto, Canada, ' t
I' ' .. EUbUshedl874 '
A ' Cescrsf Banking , Boslnes
- s, - - .TraoMctsd. ;1
Interest paid on tiro depotha '
. PORTLAND ' BRANCH,
Corner , Second and . Stark 9ta
F. C MALPAS. Manager.
ALL. POINTS, NORTH
Four Jtms Daily
Permit of voar letrins at an
, hour convenient lor you. You
will find comfort and pleasurt
on the trip, and satisfaction in
the,' appetizing .meals on f' ths
Dining Cart of the
THREE , TRAINS DAILY
ToHcquiam and Aberdeen
TWOV DAILY v TO
Raymond and South Bend
ay, , . JS f
Ask for tickets via the
I Route of the Great Big
V Baked Potatoes
in 72 Hours
' the; fast time
North Coast Limited
- . . ' . AND '.
Both run through from Portland :
: ria Minneapolis and St Paul, tho ;
form eT through Milwaukee. ";
' Have steam heat , and electric -
lights throughout ' 'j ' I
'-' Portland City, Ticket '
- Office; :
' ' BBS Morrison Btras. U"
yhoassi XSU ,844, A-lfl4
Northern Pacif ic
a. d. charlton; a o. p. a
, ' , VorUand, Oregon , -1
AST VBASrOTJIOO, 0 ixaSSXI
, Ann sajt szsao. 1
S. S. ROANOKE
vTEDNSBDAY. OCT. tl. 8 P. M. '
COOS BAT AJTO BUBJBKA
So S. ALLIANCE
SUNDAY. OCT. 28. P.
BOkTX PAOITIO aTBAMBRtf CO,
- 189 A THIBD STBBBX. ,
- rhones Main and A-1314.
turn .. ax&aat&jia) .
San Francisco and Los Angeles
'BB. Bear Sana 4 pi tn. ov. B. . .-.
Bs. Beave Bella 4 p. m., Oot. 88. - .
Tha Ban rranolaoo a FortUusU B. B. Oa,
Ticket OHioe 4 and Wash, (with O-W,
St. W. u. atarinau aaua, .1
.'V - Steamship" lireakwater -i'fc
Balls from ainawortb dock, Partlaae, at S '"-''
p. so., eTry Taasdar vaolo.- - Freight ie. ; . V:
eelvad anUl 12 e'elock (aooa) o salUns dar. . -,
PaiMHw fari FlraC alaaa 810. uani lua lv ''-.
(man onlrl 87. l&eladlnt berth sad Biasla. tick- ;
A.2.-na. I,. H. aVoennc asaat. :,:iiux
Accrican-HawaHan S. S. Co f
, TXHAT7XTZ7XO OOT. '
Freight Service Between t New Tork
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