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FRESH EGGS AT
' A HIGHER PRICE
. Portland . . i;.-. . . , . 46e
Saa Franrisee . . . . 46e
Sew York ..4H
lo Asgele .....it
Seattle ... 41e
Freeh egg ere extremely scarce at this
time with corresponding decree of strength
in the general trade siboation here and ebe
wh through the leading market of the na
tion. Perhaps the situation can be best ex
plained by the ahowinc of cold itonn bold
let ' ef the country August 1 and September
. 1. I On August 1 of this year total holdings
in storage were 7 210.000 cases, com
pared with 7.605.000 cmm September 1.
A Jrear ago the August holding were 16,
1 33.000 eases and those of September 1
showed 0.880.000 rsws.
Unusually heavy withdrawals of eggs have
-heee made from storage throughout tlie nation
during the last month or so, indicating the
real' shortage of fresh stock.
Bids for current receipts here hare been
boosted to 2629e a doen, with Henneries
at SO & 31c a doen. Selling prices are shown
at the advance feported yesterday.
Those desiring special information regarding
any .market should write the Commercial Ed
itor. Oregon Journal, inclosing stamp for re-
BUTTER TBADR IS VERY STEOXO
Tirade in the butter market continues .to
reflect liberal strength as a result of the late
northern advance. Cubes are firmer to le
higher here with best state extras selling st
3is40c a pound.
COAST4 IS BUYING 310 RE CHEESE
Considerable cheese is being purchased by
other coa.pt centers according to announcement
by Carl Haberlach, salea manager of the Til
lamook association. Puget Sound is reported
a liberal buyer at Tillamook despite the over
abundance of poor stuff in the North.
TOMATO MART COSTIXEES IOW
Tomato market prices continue low here' witlr
general sales at ZOc to B5c a box. altnongn
nominal business is shown abore that. Local
stock is in overabundance but tnuch of it has
been cracked by recent rains. ,
PEACH SITUATION 18 . BETTER
Much better situation 1s shown in the peaen
trade with the present wholesale price at 75c
to 85c, rtra higher than some of the retailers
are i asking. Crawfords and Elbertas from
The Dalles are topping tlie market, while the
Willamette valley stock is generally Quoted
10c to 15c below the general market.
CK.A B APPLE SUPPLY DWINDLES
Iadicationa point to an earlier closing of
the .crabapple aeason than had been expected.
Present offerings are of ontr fair Toliune with
quality farorable and the price around t5c per
BRIEF XOTES PRODUCE TRADE
Chicken maraet steady for all except light
Inicks and geese continue not wanted.
Limited supplies raspberries at 64; straw-
herrie g 3 crate
Cabbage continues in oversupply at lglHt
Country killed meats about stesdy for real;
slow for boss.
l.fK-l growers not offering potatoes because
of poor digging weather.
First real lima beans of the season hare
SHIPPERS' WEATHER XOTICE
Uthr bureau aflvisea: Protect shipmenta
during the next S9 hours against the following
maximum temperatures: doing norm to cte
ettle 70 degrees: northeast to Spokane. 80
degrees; east to Baker, 80 degrees, and south
to Ashland. 75 degrees. Maximum tempera
ture at Portland tomorrow about 76 degrees.
PORTLAND WHOLESALE PRICES
These are the prices retailers pay whole
salers, except as otherwise noted: , '
BUTTER Selling price, box lots: Cream
ery prices Prints, extras. 44es for plain-wrap-
ouoe. extras, ssweuc per iu. , uiuj,
lmvta nrice. 2Se per lb.
SUTieKrAT roruisa aeuvnry
1 grade. 44c; No.
etc; no. 1 zona.
for "A" grade.
CHEESE Selling: Tillamook, triplets.
28 & 29c lb.: Young America. 29iS0c lb.;
(...nn trinUM 2 8 24c. Ruiiei tffice. f. O.
b. Tiaiamook: " Triplets. 2c; Young America
' and longhoms. 27c Sellinf prire: mock
Swiss, fsncy. 3132c; Limburger. 2428c:
,rlk V S 9 ft
Rtirsft Buying price. Front street: Car-
Teat receipts. Western Oregon, 2 29c per
dozen; Eartern Oregon. 24c per dozen; fien
ini3iii Mr dosen: Mllaoa price, select.
84X.8Se per dozen; candled. 33e; pullets.
2fc: storage extras, SOc per dozen.
EGGS Association selling price: Select.
Be: brown. S5o; firsts, 35c; pullets. 39e:
erscka 9 An car doBea.
t.iv'r pnrLTUY Belling price: Heary
fens, 21i22c ir lb.; light hens. 11 m 13c;
broilers. Rocks. 21 23c; other prouers, i
20c per lb.; old roosters. 8c; ducks. It
- Fresh FfuHa and Veoatebiae
box; bananas, 8He: lemons. T.008.M
nmf rase: araDefrult. Florida. ( ) : CahfoT-
i. i7MltO(l: Beaches. 63&85c;
teloupes, 75ell 50; watermelons, 1 H e per
lb i ice cream aaeloae. 2 H a lb : hopry dew
elona, 8 He; caeabaa, l H2c; Bartlett
near 75c 11.60 boil aeedlesa grape. 2.00
lag; Malaga, lie lb. ia lugs; Tokay. SS.00 4
'"beKBTES Blackberries. 11.25 1.50
HS!S!!- JL .a-en
figs, white. 8S.o0y8.T5 per box: prunes, 40s
ana ov. sv-ia, voa.i aw v"
- ONIONS Selling price to retailers: 'Walla.
. Walts. 11.23; California. $2.00 per cental;
garlic, 10 15c per lb.; green otuoas. 21 9
POTATOES Selling price to retailers: Ore-
m fancy. 81.25 1.78 per cental; sweet
. nAt.tnM S ae Kc ner lb.
VEUETABLES Beets. 40e per doaen
. tmnches; cabbage. 2 He per li. ; lettuce, 31.85
al.T3 crate; carrots, 4o per dos. bunches;
tamatoet, trefon. 2540e: heraeradieh. 15s
lb.; artichokes, ( ) 31.00 per dozen; eaull-
' flower. ( ) per crate; celery. 00 ( T5e per
dozen: summer squash, 6c; Yellow Bantaat
com. 81.00 sack: cauliflower. 50e 81.75 per
? " APPL1W New crop, (10c 81.S5; Caliror-
CODNTRT WEATS Selling price: Ceaa-
, lu m 1 5c. hearr stuff less: Teal.
tone teiwm o to 10O lbs,) . 15 9 15 He
rK beare stuff leas: lambs. 18c per la.
' SUOKKD MEATS Hams. 25 45c lb.;
breakfmt bscon. 23 4 5 c.
pl?rrsfrt MhnsK MEATS Steer beef.
110 15e lb. j heifers. 11 12c: 8 11c
lb. ; UfiiM. .IDHiW ut i "
- i . 1 K A t R u. e lh
LARD Seine rendered. lBe per lb.; tierce
baua, ceaapoaaa. 14 He.
BEANS SttaU white. $r.TB:.lraw white.
Ti-t sink. 3T.00; liataa, 810.80; oeywn
-".Atinai. Ba r s
RTCE Japan.' No. 1. es Blue Boee. e
H.; New Orleans heaa. a nt
COFFEE Roasted. 2l28Hc.R: to
acka" er drums. '
SALT Coarse, half ground. WOa. 3lS.0
tea; 80s, 117.83; table dairy. 50a, $2J.50:
bsjes, gs.oo e.pa; taacy taaia ssa mi
S14 SO: Inaau. llktll.
ST5 OAR Ceee. 88-85; freik and berry.
8T.40; yeHow D. 8.80; best granulated.
87.20: extra C. 87.00; goldea C, $1.80.
CANNED MILK Tana, 34.S01 bah alaa.
at case- aagie. 8. 33 rasa.
aAfi rii krnain aib m ft
NUTS Wamnta, 84 9 840 lb. I alaseada, tS
Conslrn or let ua quote you.
Beat Itrtcek ruAmata.
CHECKS BY RETURN MAIL
The Savinar Co., Inc
ih raojn1 st. Portland, ore.
You wtn tret hlhr ratnma far rotw
produoa U jrea wiu uaa our new meth-
fos peiioro auuppmar auuf proauct
exuarkac " .
. Write TJa stt Omew
; Wa Wm Ma PlaaaaA ta Tll
.Rujby & Co., 21 5 Front SU
- rQXTjuurii, ox. ,
St Hyiaaa H. Cokan
Home grown watermelons are being
offered on the market and -are the
first real field ripened melons avail
able here this season. Sales ara shown
to conrumers at 2 cents a pound.
Cantaloupes continue very low
priced with sales still at 6 to 10c each
for the better class quality.
City Commissioner Billow's public
market continues to allow stall rent
ers on the public market to charge as
high as St; a pound for tomatoes when
a box of 20 pounds rftay be obtained in
moat retail markets at 35 to 60c.
Don't forg-et to purchase your re
quirements of yellow or Golden Ban
tam corn now because not only is the
price at the lowest point, but quality
is at the best.
Consumers are not benefited ty
the cutting in price on bunch' vege
tables by the market master aa the
size of the bunches has been reduced.
Cabbage is now at practically its
low point ; kraut time is here.
Retail prices geeerally show:
Butter -Fresh creamery, 48 9 50a.
Fish Salmon. 20 4g 25e; halibut. 25e;
black cod, 1 5c.
Floor Best local patent, 82.00 9 2 25 per
. Potatoes New, i 9 c lb.
Onions 3 4c lb.
Tamhill street prices: Cartota, 4e bunch;
string beans, 5c pound : peas, 1 8c lb. : cab
bage, 3 He lb.; cauliflower. 25e bead; lettuce.
SfelOc head; new potatoes, 2 He lb.; celery.
ISc bunch; tomatoes, 5c lb.
Corn Green. 1820o doaen; Baatam.
15 20c dozen.
Honey Comb, 25c; quart. 85e: pint, 38c.
Ec2s Public market. 84c; private stores,
30 36c dozen.
Poultry Light hens, 22e lb.; heasy hens.
oer 4 lbs.. 2 So lb.; fryers. SOc lb.; broilers.
Cantaloup Fancy stock. 5 10c
Southern Cotton Is
Beginning to Move
By Wales W. Thomas
Atlanta, Oa.. Sept. 8. Cotton has just be
gun to move in volume in the Southeastern
states and this has stimulated every line of
commercial activity throughout the section.
The prudence of planters in discounting by
economies the ravages of the boll .weevil on the
cotton crop probably is justified in a rather
unexpected volume of retail trade.
The aatisfactory liquidation of new and old
debts by the farmer and the restoration of his
ability to make cash purchases is having a
sumulatins effect in every section.
The largest wholesale dry goods firm here
stated todsy that the volume of its business
for the last week was the greatest in the history
of the company.
w York Batter and Egg's
New Tork. Sept. 8. (I. N. 8.) Butter
Market strong. Creamery extra. 89 M 9
40 He; creamery fin's, 38tt80c: creamery
higher scoring. 40fc42c; state dairy tubs.
2B 38 He; Is dels 'rash extras. 2HS0c.
Cheese Market firmer. state whole milk
special flats. 22H23c; average run, 2 f"
22c; lower grades. 16I&e; Wisconsin whole
milk, fancy Young Americas, 20 H 21c;
stbate skims specials, 1 5 H c.
Kggs Market firm. Nearby white, fancy,
062c; nearb brown, fancy, 44S48c; ex
tras 41 48c: firsts. 34 (m 37c.
Milk The nominal wholesale price is S2.69
Lewt.. delivered in New York. Official quota
Sew Tork Poultry Market
New Tork. Sept, 8. N. S.) Tressed
Poultry Market steady. Chickens, 25 38c;
towis, 19Blc; turkeys, 40 53c; ducks.
20 25c; geese. 15l8c.
Live Poultry Market stesdy. Broilers, 28
S) 26c; fowls, 23 (a 27c; turkeys, 23&85e;
roosters, 18c; ducks. 22 27c; geese, 17
& 22c pound.
Jfew Tork Wool and Hides
New York. Sept. 8. (1. N. 8 ) Wool
market firm. Iometao fleece XX Ohio,
41 SOc; domestic pulled scoured basis, 0c
domestic. Texas scoured basts. fce do
territory tuple scoured bJsis, 81.10
"Hide market firm. Native steers, 20c;
branded steers, 1 8e.
Dried Fruit and Beans
New Tork. Sept. R. -(L N. S.) Beans
Market easier. Marrow choice, $8.75; red
kidney choir, $7. SO.
Dried ftuits Maraet quiet. Apricots,
choice to ex-lancy, 26Va(Slc; apples, evap
orated, prime to fancy, 17 0 19 He; prunes,
30a to 60s, 12 18 He; prunes. 60s to 100s,
7(13c: peaches, choice to ex-fancy, 12H
10c; seeded raisins, choice to fancy, 17 19c
Liverpool Cotton Steady
Liverpool. Sept. 8. (I. V. 8.) Spot cot
ton was quiet today. Prices steady; sales
6000 bales. American middlings fair, 14.04.;
good middlings, 13.80: fully middlings, 12.64:
middlings, 12.84: low middlings, 12.89;
good ordinary, 11.64: ordinary, 11.04.
Futures opened steady.
Ctilcaro Potato Market
Chicaso, Sept. 8. (I. N. 8.) Potatoes
Receipts, 24 cars; Wlseohain Cobblers. 80s
$1.00; Wisconsin Early Ohioat 70 90c; South
Daknte Kerb' Ohio, 9c; New Jersey Cobblers,
$1.35; Idaho Rursis, 81.051.10.
Xrw Tork Xetal Market
New York. Sept. 8,- (L N. a.) Copper,
steady; ail positions. 184 13 He.
Lead steady; aU position. 6 83c bid.
Spelter Steady; aU positions, 6.22 He.
Sew Tork Saarar aad Coffee
New Tork, Sept (IT. P.) Sugar U-
Kaw, s wbs .i ; refined, easier;
Coffee No. 7 Rio
Santos. 1 5 13 H c.
spot, -10 He; No. 4
Xew Tark Potato Market
New York, Sept 8. (1. N. 8.) Potatoes
fin bulb, barrel or bag), market steady. Ne--by
28e lb. : filberts, 20 9 27 He lb.: peanut.
1018c lb.; pecans, 80$ 12c lb.; Brazils. It
22o lb.; cbestaata, Japanese. 22 24c lb.
STtM and Shelrflth
FTtKSH riSH " Chinook, fresh. 1 9 Me;
halibut, 1517e lb.; black cod. 910e lb.:
beskek kippered cod. 83.00t basket kippered
salmon. $3.00; ling cod, 7Bc lb.; sols,
lfrc per lb.; sturgeon. tOt lb.; red snappers.
OT8TER8 Eastern, 14.50 gal.: Olympis.
85.00 per gallon. $1.46 quart: crabs, larva.
$8.50 doses; saaaU. S- 50 doaea
Hops, Wwst and Hide
HOPS 1921 crop, nominal. 15c lb.
HIDES Calf skina, 12 lie lb.; kips, ft
yl0c lb.; greea hides, 6 9 8 lb.; salted, T
9c per lb.
MOHAIR Nominal. 20 82c lb.
SHEEP PELTS Loa dry pelts. l0c;
short pelts, 1 0 lb. ; long hair goat pelte,
10 12c lb.; short hair goat Belts, SOafftOe
WOOL Willamette valley, mam, 20
SOc; atedinm, 80 82c lb. I fine, 80 3350 lb.;
Eastern Oregon Idaho, 387e lb.
TALLOW AND URXABK No. 1 tallow. 5
SHc; No- 2. 4 H 0 5; greeae, i0
GAPCARA BAKX 1682 peel. He: 1921
peel, T He lb.; grape reet, e 4a.
R, Paint, OH
ROPE Sisal, 15lt Uanila. 1$H )
18c per lb,
Vtnr NAn-Jt Bass price. 84.2S to.
VH1T LKA1V-.100-5L keg. 12 Ha lb.
Ll.N8F.KI OIL- Raw. bbbx. 81.10; kettle
boiled. bbi $l IS; raw. cases, tl.tS: belied,
i 8 1 S s ellnn.
GA80L1NB Iroa bbla.. ig
TtRPSNTINS 8 ratios cans, tl.fl gal
wnsssr ana aninetea
Latest carload faaabee aalea by Baaafko
tUTers, wseMa tapraaentlBe f . . b. mill vet
ae ia direct aasw to retaiier aad iacladiag
aeiling expeeses; .
fUOORINO: , High, Lew. Ave.
1x4 No. 2 and bet. .T$54. $5.69 $52.06
14 No. 2 v. g. . . sa.oo
k4 N 2 aad bet. 88.00
118 N9.2 and bet .. 42 00
B0AR&3 AND IHIPLAP:
IsS 10 ala... 19.50
4 12-16 ... .... l.$0i
4ali-l ......... 28.59
' LATH t
fv No. lJtiT. . 6.56
A abistlea 2 4T
Total sale hf 21 m0k 4.624,806 (eeV
MEN TO BE' BARRED-AS SPECULATORS
r Mywtan M. Cehea
North Portland baa coma to the front as
sbsolately prohibiting the epeeulatioa in h re
stock by any of the commission men located
at the local yards. This is twrbaps the moat
important step ever takta here. The specula
tive actiraUe fa livestock by com mission men.
whue not nearly as serious as many bad be
lieved, gave the trade here a baa reputation
that was generally ttttderserred. '
Taking the zaattec ia hand, the Portiaad
Livestock Exchange has officially gone aa rec
ord as against the speculation ia livestock by
coibibkwq men at North Portiaad and new
rules regarding trade practices by members of
the organisation have been adopted aad will
beeoae enecQve at the opening ot traoe
October 1. The rule have been sent for
filing with the United States department of
agriculture, packers and atockyards admini&trar
The new rules include:
1 No member of the exchange, who is en
gaged in selling livestock en commission st
North Portland, aha 11 buy. or cause to be
bought for his account, any livestock for the
purpose of speculation on this market-
2 No member of thia exchange, who is
engaged in selling livestock on commsssion at
North Portland, shall buy. or cause to be
bought, any livestock on this market for pur
pose of reshipment and speculation en other
3 No member of this exchsnge, who is en
gaged in selling livestock on commission at
North Portland, shsll buy. or cause to be
bought for hie aecouat, any livestock in the
country for shipment to market on speculation.
4 No member of this exchsnge. who is
engsged in selling livestock on commission at
North Portland, ahall -by any agreement, direct
or indirect, participate in the profits of
speculative shipments to this msrket-
5 No member of this exchange, who is en
gaged in selling livestock on commission at
North Portland, lhall pay any draft or fcv any
manner, directly or indirectly, finance the
shipment of livestock to raerket.
In regard to solicitors the rule includes:
1 No member of this exchange shall em
ploy, or in any manner pay a traveling or a
local livestock solicitor, only individual bona
fide member or their active resident manager,
bona fide stockholders, or an employe of any
Portland commission firm, and actively and
resularlv employed in the prosecution of the
commission business at the Portland Union.
Stock Yards, msy solicit business; all ot wuom
shall be residents of this market, and mem
bers of this exchange.
Every member of a commission firm, or
employe of such firm in the capacity of either
a buyer on the market, or in the country, or
as a salesman, must be a resident of Port
land, or suburbs. And any such solicitor
shall not be permitted to purchase any live
stock, to make offers on same, or gnarantee
prices, on his own or employer's sccount.
2 Anyone, as above oualified sfter first
being approved by the board of director as
being eligible, shall be required to register
in a book kept by the secrets rv of the ex
change for that purpose, and shall register in
person, or notify the secretary of his departure,
and shall register ia person on his return.
3 It is further provided that no individual,
firm or , corporation shall have more than one
member out on this service at the same time.
The board of directors shall have authority and
be required to pass upon the eligibility of all
members to solicit, snd no member shall be
allowed to solicit until he has first been ap
proved by the board of directors to solicit
under the provisions of thai rule, and sach
approval may be revoked at any time at the
discretJoo of said board.
4 Any member of this exchange violating
any of the provisions of this rule shall be
tinea not less than sioo nor more tnan ouu,
and if fin os are sot paid in three days said
member shall be suspended until the fine is
5 No member of this exchange, who is en
gaged ia the livestock commission business, shsll
be allowed to use his partner or partners' em
ployes, who are now, or shall hereafter, become
rngaged m some ether business, to solicit or in
fluence Shipment of livestock to bis commission
6 No one qualifying as a solicitor nball so
licit business outside of the city of Portland,
except within the bounds of the Portland Union
Stock Yards, to exceed 15 days in any calendar
month; he ahall spend the remainder of that
calendar month in the active pursuit of his
calling at these yards.
AMERICA LIVESTOCK PltlCES
Chicago Hoe 89.76
Chicago. Sept. 8. (L N. 8.) Hogs Re
ceipts, 10,000; market 10c to 15a higher.
Bulk. $6.90 9 9.65; top, 39.75; heavyweight,
$8.00 (9.30; medium Weight, $8.90 9.70 ;
lightweight, $9.45 S 9.75: light lights, $9.00
ft 9. 60; heavy packing sows, smooth, $6.88 $
7.50; packing Sows, rough, $6.50 6.85; pigs,
Cattle Receipts. 3000: market stesdy.
Beef steers Choice and crime. 1 1 0.51 m
11.00; medium and good. $8.00 10.25; good
an "choice. 81 0.40 w i 1.00 : common and me
dium. $8.00 (a 9.50. Butcher cattle Heifer.
gr. OOWB.o0; cows. $4.00 7.50: bulls.
$3. SO 6.50. Canners and cutters- Cows and
heifers, JI.25PS.ss; canner steers, 83. T5
4.90; veal calves (light and handy weight),
$11. 00 18.00; feeder steers, S50sSOO;
steeker steers, $5.00 7.75; stocker cows and
heifers, 3.236.35; stoeker calves, $3.50
Sheep Receipts, IS. 000; market 10c tn
25c higher. Lambs (84 lba. down), $12.00
12.90: lambs (culls and common), $8.00
11.00: yearlings, $8.00 10.50 : wethers.
$6.00T.23: ewes, $5.006.50; ewes (calls
snd common), $1.00 3.75; breeding ewes.
ti.ouun.ou; leader lasnbs, $11. oO 12.TS.
Denver Hot 69.00
Denver, Sept. 6. tT. P.) Cattle Re
ceipts. 1400; steady. Steers, $6.50 7.73;
cow aad heifers, $3.23 6.23; stockers and
leeaers, g.ouT.oO; bulla,, $2.80 3.73
calves, $6.00 0 9.00.
iHogs Receipt. 200; 10916s hither.
sop, es.uu; ouix. s.uows.Bo.
Sheen Reemnt. 600 : mtchanMtf tMla
$11.50 12.2A; ewes. $4.50 6.60; feeder
Ne Seattle He Market
Seattle, Sept. 8. (I. 14. 8.) Hog No
receipts I or torn cay.
Cattle Receipts. 66 calve ' feartfrr. ateeA
Prime steers, $7.50 a. 00; medium to choice,
$ 00 6 7.00 ; common to good. $5.00 6.00;
best cows and heifers, $5. 25 5.75; prime
calves, light and heavy, $4.00 i 5.00 ; bulls.
Sheep Ne business for ttie day.
Omaha Heat 66.10
South Omaha, Sept. 8. Cattle: Receipts,
1600; all classes generally steady; best corn
fed beet. $10.30.
Hogs Receipt. 6500, 15 to 23o higher;
bulk packing grades, $6.50 0 7.00; bulk, 200
to 800 pound butchers, $8.00 6.50; tops,
Sheep Receipts, 6000; lamb strong to 10c
tb 1 5c higher: top Western lambs, 612.80;
best naavea, $ls!.U: fed cliuoed lambs. 11.7S
12.10; wethers, $7.50 8.23 ; no choice
t ansa City Hogs 66.66
Kansas City, Sept. 8 (L N. s.) Cat
tle Receipt. S0O0; market stesdy. Steers.
$8.00 7.50; cows and heifers, $3.50 i.7i,
stockers and feeders, $4.30 T. 60; calves,
Hogs Receipts. 5000; market active. Rulk
of sales, 88.33 8.75; top, $8.80; heavies,
$S.ee8.80; light. $H.60$80: mediums.
Sheep Receipts, 6006; market steady.
Lambs. $12.00 12.50; ewes, $6.75.
SanFraftCtsce Haas 64 6
Saa Francisco, Sept. 8. Cattle ; Orass-fed
steers. No- 1. 74c; ccnd quality, 7
7e; cows and heifers, 3c; cartes,
light, 840; calves, heavy, ot6Hc.
Sheep Lambs, 1 1 lli c ; wether.
78Hei ewes, S6c.
Hoc Hard, train, weight lOn-lTB. 11 H
12c; ever SOo. 9 010c.
POTATOES A1.0SO THE COAST
an Fecnetsc awrkct
. San Ihrkwirco. Sf4. a. ItT. P.); Onicns
Yellow, per cwt.. 8lJtBr.$6.
Potatoes Rive, fancy. $1.66 1.15;
rweeta, 3 Sc per Ib.
Les Anaata Market
Lea 'Angeles, Sept. 8. U. N. 8.) Po
tatoes: New stock fecal, nea. $ 1.25 1.50;
mostly $1.83; rwtrf. l.ot. tonbera Riv
ers, $1.76 1.83.
cattle. Sept. Ontoan- WsiU. l "a.
- I'MaUX- Tak-aoa (Jena storage, S4U.Otf
45.06 per , tea: toeaL 14a l aa Bee lb.
Wwmipag. Sept. i. Wheat: ,
MmaeapoUa, Sept t.W aeat:-
Opea. High, r Lew; CTnas.
October .4 ..,.? 14, 8 66 6T "4
tkeceaibe . 934 6614 931a 93 H
Mar 166 44 161 g 166 H 1064
TflaaeapolU Wbeat Oatlaaa
- -;-Opa. High. ln. ... Close.
Seftteasbar 104 166 164 ' ' J64H
December . 12 1644 102 4k 108V
alar . , . 107 W 166. 10TV, letl
i mi' u.,11. inn., i' 'ii i'i 1.11 ii. in,,' ii
WHEAT TRADE : IS
rHIDAT WHEAT BIDS
Bid Rise Age
Blae stem Mil i. $1.16
Soft whit 1.66 i. .16
Western white 1.06 le 1.16
Hart winter , l-6i -4. 1.1
Xorthera.priBy ... 1.6S Me 1.16
Western red 1.62 . l.ll
NORTHWEST GRAIN RECEIPTS
( Compiled by th Merchants Exchange 1
Wheat. Barley. FlourJ Oats. Hay.
Portland. Friday 14 3... 3 2 4
Year ago ... 1 90 2. . 9 1 1 2
Seasoe to date. 3533 123 271 :;140 401
Year ago 7534 77 465 282 266
Tacoma, Tours . 43 1- 5 f . . . 18
Tear ago . . . 66 . . 8-1 2
Seaoon to date. 1341
I 31 100
Year a so 2524 55 226 j.32
Seattle, Thurs.. IS ... 13 i 1 2
Year ago 22 1 a ; 2 2
Season to date 003 3 503 ;117 297
Year ago... 1184 36 400 j 67 303
Improvement in the foreign and domestic
wheat trade during the early Friday activi
ties was confined mostly to the territory east
of the Rockies, although some betterment was
reflected in the Pacific Northwest situation.
Foreign markets, were firmer and some
what higher with spot and futures paruci
patiftg while- Chicago showed a ' degree of
strength early with some advance in the
future trade. i
Europe continues to make purchases of
wheat at Atlantic and Gulf ports, but no late
trade is confirmed here. Purchases are re
ported at the Gulf aronnd $1 pe cental, f.
o. b.. which compares with Sl.OSOl.lO re
cently paid for elub wheat to Pacific North
west growers for tidewater delivery. Natu
rally Europe is not keen to pay . the higher
price demanded here, and this has 'resulted in
a lack of new activity for foreign 'account in
this territory. (
While quite fair volume of wheat market
trade has been shown st Pacific, Northwest
primary - points during the last day or so,
business has been confined, almostj exclusively
to the club variety to fill orders from Europe
received some weeks ago. In fact, exporters
here delayed .their purchases so long that their
ships hsve been forced to await cargo at
heavy expense. This is the reason! why prices
on the coast have been at the premium over
the Atlantic and Gulf ports. j
Flour market continues extreioely quiet
Export .business is nil so fsr as neit orders are
concerned. Activity In shipping 3s confined
to old business, although there Is consider
able of this being moved. Domestic flour
trade is slow, with indications of farther cut
ting in pstent unless whest market does bet
ter. This sppliea principally to new crop, as
old patent is not plentiful. '
Broom hall cable from Argentine': Weather
clear and cool, which is considered s favorable.
-The outlook fo the new crop, of wheat is
regarded a satisfactory. There has been a
faiar moremen. oT corn from tlie interior end
port stocks have increased about 750,000
bushels on the week snd now aggregate about
2,000.000 bushels. i.
WHEAT Buying price, tidewater track de-lrvery-.
Club, $1.00 1.10 per bushel: ordinary
bluestem, $1.22; Big Bend bluestkm, $1.23;
Turkey red, $1.10 1.16; red Russian, $1.07.
DOMESTIC FLOUR Selling price, mill
door: Patent, $7.2Q; Willamette valley
brands, $3.70 5.83; local straight, 35.43;
bakers' hard wheat, $7.20; bakers' bluestem,
17.10: bakers' naatrv. $5.90 rjer bbl eraham.
$6.00; whole wheat. $6.20; rye.' $6.60 per
bbi. Price for city delivery, lac extra; Subur
man. 20c extra. 4 -
EXPORT FLOCR Club straight, $4 85;
bluestem cut-off, $5.10 per bbi. '
HAT Buying price: Willamette -timothy,
fancy, $19.00; Eastern Oregon, timothy,
$20.00 per ton; clover. $17.00; straw.
$8.00; alfalfa. $18.80 18.50; grata hay.
$16.00 per ton.
GRAIN SACKS NcaninaL No. i 1 Calcutta.
10c for new crop delivery. Domestic bags.
10c each. i
MILLS TCKFS Mill run at mill, sacked.
ton lots. 329.09; carload lota, $38.00-; mid
dlings, $41.00 per ton.
OATS Per ton, baying pile: reed,
$30.00; milling. $82.00. i
BARLEY Buying price: Feed. $28.00;
brewing. S29.00. S
FEKDSTUFFS F. O. B. mills :l Rolled bar
ley, $3.00; whole barley, $8400; alfalfa
meal, $30.00; cocoenut meal, $38.00; cracked
corn, $37.00; whole corn. 835. 00J
Merchants Exchange bids: ;
$ l.itO $ 1.20
Western white . . . .
.... 109 1.06
. ... 1.09 1.06
. ... 1.03 1.03
. ... 1.05 l.(4
Northern spring .
FEED OATS . ;
No. 2 36-Ib. naturals 80.00 29.50
S6-lb. clipps 29.00 29.00
88-lb. naturals 32. C 5 32. 00
BARLEY - , ;
44-lb. minimum 28.30 2S.00
40-lb. minimum 27.50 27.50
No. 2 K. Y. shipment 29.00 !o no
Special bids $35.00 bid fot September
gray oers; ii.iv Bia lor Western, white. 10
Shown in Wheat
Trade at Chicago
ChiCaLaTO KtbCaiL A Thar VMI ' Kflalltala
lnt iA Use whtftt trade today. t he rttonffth
ah own in Llremonl fatni-M rtfYoi4
age traders with nulUh tendencies, and reports
of big export business in Manitoba wheat
started shorts to covering. Some of the locals
fought the advance but they found it hard to
rtne wneat back when they wanted to cover,
report that France will hive to imrmrt be
tween 60,060,000 and 7 5.000.000 bushels
or bread grains this year also tended to in
tensify bullish feeling. Primary receipts were
over 2,000.000, snd over half of itlias amount
was received at the two spring whea markets.
Cash wheat premiums were firm i ant No. 8
red sold lc better than the basis for the day
before. Minneapolis reported a big demand
for cash wheat at unchanged premiums. Spot
wneat at Liverpool was unchanged to 2d lower,
the decline being ia red winter wheat.
There was a good trade on both ,'tsides of the
corn market but price showed ljttle change.
There was resting orders by longs; who wanted
to take profits and who feared an adverse re
Port on crops as well sa a break u in the
drouth. Forecast is for showery, and cooler
weather over the grvmter part er the belt.
There was a good demand for corn from ex
porter and one house sold 120,000 bushels
direct to the United Kingdom, the first pur
chases in .thia country in seme time.
lata were up with other grains. There was
further buying by commission houses with
rash interests continuing to transfer hedges.
Shipping demand wa slow.
ProTiaioDs were neglected. A a easy tone
was doe to the tight buying power;
Wheat market reacted oa eelltng by North
west houses. Market closed unchanged to He
higher: September, $1.00;' December,
$1.02 14. to $1.02 ; alar, $1.07 to
$1.07 H. Y
Corn closed H e to He lower; September,
61fte: December, off fee to 57 He; May.
6lc t 61 e.
Oat closed unchanged to He higher : Sep
tember. 354c; December, 350 to 33 He;
Jtfay, 88 He.
Lard closed unchanged to 10 lower and
Rang ot Chicago prices
repotted by the
Open. High. Low. Close.
fep. . 1604 102 H 100 H 100 H
ec .. 102 10$ H - 102K 102
May .4 38 IMS lOTa 107
H CORN j
Sept. . 684 62H 6m 61 Ti
Dee. .. $S. 36 H 57 674
May .. 61 H 61 61 f 61V.
fJepk. v 5H $54 tSH 8.1 '4
pec... 33H 35 A4 SH
Mar SSH fiSk 38; 3$Va
iefit i lri f T6H
Dec 16 - TIH T9H T64
eletnV L ,56
Hea.' ....... . 65 9
Bpt, ,.,.. ...... .,,.t 10$8
Oct. 16 .. 1030 168T
aft I Bft .
5Ps, aL a fiT5
Llttrpool Wkaat Hieber
UverriAoI ' f!vt. ..6W titmmA- . Kant
l 6d hUhtri Dee, i 1U. 14-bisher.
",' ' i i i . i
IN STOCK ALLEY
E BID AT LITESTOCK TRADE
Hoar. Steers. Lamb.
Portland 612.6 8 8.66 $116
Caleaco 9.76 11.16 12.98
Omaha 6.16 16J6 12.86
Dearer $.66 7.1$ 12.2a
Kaasag City 76 1SU6
Saa Fruelseo... 12.66 S.66 12Ji
Seattle .. 8.66
PORTLAND MTESTOCr BEN
Hogst Cattle. Calra. Cheep. Car.
Friday 35 897 2
Week ago No Receipts
2 weeks ago 83 21 4 5 2
4 weeks ago 51 ... 21V 3
Tear ago SO 4 S 274 14
2 years ago... 9 242 4 231 . 9
3 yeara ago... 624 T81 121 714 32
4 yeara ago 437 43T 69 1739 35
North Portland bad but two loads in the
yards for the Friday trade and one of these
went direct to a killer. An line were quoted
on a nominally steady basis.
In the hog alley there was only a very
small supply svailable for the Friday trade,
and condition were quiet, with former prices
General bog market tang
Prime lights $ 0.T5 10.00
Smooth heavy, 230-800 lb..
Smooth heavy, 800 lbs. up...
Stag . t
9.06 9 6.56
8.K I. OO
6.00 O 8.06
8 75 10.00
9.75 (a 10.00
3 00 7.00
Sheep to Kilter
A Northern killer had a load of sheep pur
chased on contract in the local yards Friday.
Recipts for the open market were a mere hand
ful or two. Prices were continued on the pre
General abeep aad Iamb range:
Prime east of mountain lambs. $10.00 1 1.00
Choice valley lambs 6.50 10.50
Medium valley lamb 8 00 9.00
Common valley lambs 6.00 9 8.00
Call lambs 5.00 6.00
geavy yearlings 6.00 9 7.06
ight yearling 7.00 9 6.00
Heavy wethers S OOf 6.00
Light wethers 6.00 7.00
Ewes 2.00 9 300
Ne Cattle Arrive
North Portland had no fresh ran of cattle
in the alleys and some of the Monday s supply
remains unsold. Trend appears slow, with
former prices continued nominally.
General cattle market range:
Choice sters $ 7.50 9 6.00
Medium to good steers n. 7
.?5 9 7. BO
Fsir to common steers ....
Common to fair steers ...
Choice cows snd heifers . .
Medium to good cows-heifers
Fair to medium cows-heifers
Common to fair cows-heifers
4.10 9 3.75
4.509 5 00
3 50 9 4.00
6.60 9 $ 50
2.00 9 6.00
1.50 9 2 00
8.00 9 4.00
4.00 9 3.00
9.00 9 9.50
8.00 9 9.00
4 00 9 6.50
Fsir to good feeders .
Choice dsiry calves . ,
Prime light calves . .
Medium light calves .
Heavy dairy calves .
Thursday afternoon Sale
. . 760
. . 885
Price ! No.
Ave. lbs. i
. . 890 1$
. . 1051 1
. . 900
..1076 $ 4.50 3.
.1120 3.50 8.
.1044 3.50 7.
, . 886 4.50 6.
.. 980 4.23
. 325 $ 5.50
. 960 $ 8.75
$10.25 I 1.
$ 7.00 1 8.
9 00 I 27.
6.00 1 4 .
330 $ 8.50
162 $ 4.75
185 $ 5.00
10. . . 149
1. . . ISO $ 2.50
Friday Morning Sale
No. Ave. lbs. Price. I No. Ave. lbs. Price.
1 . . . 890 $ 4.75 I
2.50 I 1 . . . 740
4.00 20... 830
700 $ 2.50
617 $ 4.00
$ 9 50
$ 4.76 I 12
7.00 1 226
GAINS SHOWK IJT FIK8T
COTTOJT GIXSIXG BE POUT
New Tork, Sept 6. rTae first ginning re
port of the season tods showed ginning of
817,171 bales prior to September 1 this year,
compared with 43,787 las year, 381,589 in
1920 and 142.625 in 1619, and 1.086,078
ia 1918. The percentages of the total crop
ginned to September 1 during the past tour
years have ranged from 1.8 in 1916 to 8.7 in
1918. ' In view of this record, the ginning re
ported this season does not necessarily con
tradict the end-Angust crop indication of 10.
573 bales. On the contrary, the trade was
more inclined to consider it an indication of
premature opening, which Would mean a khort
At the same time the figure certainly
showed that the crop was rapidly becoming
available and people Who have been inclined
to sell cotton on the expected weight of early
receipts, probably found eem encouragement
in tlie figures, not only a indicating heavy
receipts but a aatisfactory price. Both these
views were reflected in the action of the mar
ket, which first broke under liquidation an
then rallied on covering and trade baying.
The market 6phed steady at a decline of
5 to 6 point in response to easier Liverpool
cables, rallied several points before the eenmia
report was issrted and brake ta $20.65 fsr De
cember, or about 25 to 36 point net lower.
This decline seemed to bring in considerable
buying and DececBber soon rallied to $21.84.
or 24 points above yesterday' closing quota
Recovery con tinned in the cotton market
today, partly aa a further rebound aa the
severe decline of the previous week and partly
because' of the generally balUsb interpretation
placed en the census bureaa figure. The rally
was well maintained during the afternoon, the
market leaving off near to the top and tap
86 to 61 fewine on the nay.
Prices reported by Qverbecfc eV Cooke Co.:
Open. High. Low. Close.
3104 2176 3102 2168
... ... 2151
.... -. . . t .... 3140
.... .... .... -2125
2665 2146 386 2143
2117 2173 2095 2164
market, 217. '
September . . . .
New Tork spot
DAIR PftODfCE OF THE COAST
Saa Francisco, Sept 8. (TJ. P.l But'er
extras, 46c; prim firsts, 42 4 a: firsts. 89c.
Egga Brtras. 44c; extra firsts. 89c; extra
pallets, 3c; undevised pullets, 19 He.
Chute Caafornia flats, fancy. 24 ; firsts.
Seattle, Sept, eW Egf-Select tlncfe. ;
Batters-City creamery. 4c; bricks. st
Cheese Oregon tripleta, 23 924c; Young
Lea Aacetea, Sept, 6. (L N. 8.) '-Batter.
Haas- Extras. 25c: ease eeaat a.c rmt
lets, 30e- ,.
oaltry-'Heiia, le; brnOer, ttfet Tip,
LEVI BURGESS IS
BACK WITH PACK
Sailing close to time, the bark Levi
O. Burgess of the Alaska-Portland
Packers' association reached Astoria
Friday morning;, 20 days from Nusha
cak. She was followed later in the
day by the bark Chillicothe, which
sailed from Xaknek in 22 days. AU
of the salmon fleet from Alaskan wa
ters have averaged 20 days on the
The Burgess - has on board 4158.1
cases of salmon, and the Chillicothe
67,477 cases. The Nushagak and Kak
nek pack runs better than those re
ported from other sections of the
North, vessels arriving at Pugret
Sound ports and San Francisco run
Officers of the Levi O. Burgess re
ported that on passing; the Egsglk
flats, where the bark Berlin jras lost
on May 17, the last of the wreck had
broken up. and disappeared. Kgagrik
flats are 40 miles from Naknek. On
receipt of word that the Berlin had
piled up. Warren rushed the Chilli
cothe north in tow with a duplicate
cargo of that lost on the Berlin. The
Chillicothe arrived at the Alaska
plant 32 days from the date she
started to outfit.
WHEAT GROWERS CHARTER
ETA MARL FOR SEPTEMBER
The Northwest Wheat Growers' as
sociation has taken a second steamer
for tew crop loading late in Septem
ber. She is the Japanese steamship
Etna Mam and is eastbound from
Kobe. The first craft taken by the
wheat growers was the Baltimore
Maru. She is now in the harbor and
la working bulk wh:at at terminal
No. 4. Both cargoes will go to Ku
Kerr, Gifford & Co. are setting the
pace for September ships, that firm
having four In port at present, with a
total of 14,698 net tons. They are the
Swede steamship Anten.S3 tons ;
-Norwegian steamship Frogner, 3200
tons ; Norwegian steamship Luise
Nielsen,N 426& tons, and the British
steamship Stathis, 329S tons. This
-fleet will clean up around 1,500.000
With the two for the wheat growers,
three for the Northern Grain & Ware
house company, one for Balfour, Guth
rie & Co. and all space taken for par
cels to Japan and the Orient, Septem
ber will reach out for the banner
month, with exports in sight running
up to the 4,000,000 bushels mark.
STR. OMMPIAX TO BE USED
IX WRECKlN-u WELSH PRINCE
M. Barde & Sons, who have taken
the contract for tiie removal of the
wreck of the British steamship Welsh
Prince from the river near Altoona.
have leased the stern wheel steamer
Olympian to be .used as a wrecking rug
and mess house during tlie progress of
the work. Living quarters will be con
structed to house the entire crew.
Bard A Sons have a contract wltn
the war department for the removal of
the wreck. The bid was for $30,000
and the salvage. In addition to the
Olympian two of the shipping board
hull now at North Portland will be
used In the work. Assembling of the
gear is now under way.
FLOATIKG LOO LOCATED
Lieutenant N. M. Pigman, U. S. N..
in charge of the local branch of the
hydrographic office, has issued the fol
lowing notice to mariners. Attention
is called to the broadcast On a float
ing log :
"Six twenty p. m., September 2, 1922,
log 30 feet long, branches 10 feet adrift
latitude 45 north, longitude 124.S5 west.
dangerous to navigation. Chart C. and
G. S. 5052."
Tatoosh Island and Ocean Park
radio compass stations resumed serv
ice September 7, 1922.
SOT1CE TO MARINERS
Lieutenant N. M. Wgmsn. U. S. N.,
in charge of the local branch of the
hydrographie office, has Issued the fol
lowing notice to mariners :
Alaska Clarence strait Caamane point bea
con was established August 28 j- is a white
slatted tripod surmounted by aa "X" shaped
day mark, located on the sou the t most point
Port Althrop Three Hill Island light re
ported out; will be relighted aa soon as pos
sible. Icy strait Lemesurier light reported oat
September 1; will be relighted as soon aa pos
sible. ALL ALONG THE WATERFRONT
The "Standard Oil tanker Colonel E.
L. Drake is discharging fuel oil at the
lanKS at wiuonaae.
The Japanese steamship Kongosan
Maru has shifted to the Portland
Flouring Mills company to complete a
parcel of flour for the Orient r
The steam schooner Ryder Hanlfy Is
discharging general cargo from San
jrancisco at terminal No. 4. She will
toad lumber at St Helens.
4The Norwegian steamship Luise
.nciaeri nas msctiargea vsnemai cargo
at Astoria ana win oeru at foruand
for wheat on Monday. , -
POSITIONS OF VESSELS
Radio reports by Federal Telegraph give the
positions of the following vessels at 8 p. m.,
H Weston, Kan Pedro (or Saa Francase. 76
tail tonth of Kan ancico.
W. 8. Porter; Port Costa lor Portiaad, 168
mile from port Costa.
Frank Hue-, Monterey for Port Casta. 18
mile north of Monterey.
Lytaaxi Stewart, Oleum for Portland. 413
Sllles from Portland.
Labrea, Ban rYanrlaco tor Ban Pedro, to
miles ssitth of Han t'ranciaco.
Prank U. Drum, Man Pedro for Honolalo.
1136 miles west of San Pedro.
Jacob Lmckenbach, Portland for Seattle,
passed Tatoosh e p. aa.
Henry b. ttrovc. Ran Francisco for Saa
Pedro, three miles oah of San Pranciscot
Colombia, New fork for sta Francisco,
1617 miles south of San iraoosco.
(By Naval Radio)
Algonquin. S3 degrees 33 adnata north,
169 degrees 10 minutes west. ,
La Veeae, Vancouver for Saa Franeiaco,
40 aules aoata of Vancouver.
Jacob Luckeabach. Portiaad for Seattle,
passed out Tatoosh 6 p. m.
Lapuruima, Port fend for Oleum, 385 Bailee
Aavd, KMskckwim rite for Seattle, SO mile
west ot Cape. Flattery.
West Keats, Yokohama for Portland. 1676
mile west ef Oehtmbia river lightship.
Victoria, Beattla for Noma, 167 miles from
- West O'Bowa, Portland for Tekobama. 1X6
miles from Cohtmb river.
Wast Prospect, Lea Angelea fee Tekobama,
2375 miles from Lea Angeles.
1 HI worth. San Franc meo or Shanghai. 1916
aules west at Saa Fnncisco,
. Iwateaaa Mara, Uiiaa for Portland. 1067
miles from Portland.
Malm Mara. Alnforkn for Grays Barber.
160 miles from Grays Barber.
President Jefferson, Toksa for Sea tile, 1784
miles from Seattle.
China Arrow, manila for Baa Francisco.
329T miles from Baa FraaebefJt
President Jackson, Seattle far Yokohama,
X995 mike from Seattle.
LABOR INQCIRY FOR SHEETINGS
SHOWN IS DRTOOODS MARKET
5a Trk, Sept. 8.- Baym atecd ready
today to leaj oa any bargaia in cotton cieti
which showed below the level of pre v Whs o
tation. Print aheet were firm aad there
was evidence of a Jagg roqolry for sheeting.
Siteahle lota were taken ta the gray- goods coa
ktractiena, altheogh the trade ewhtme was net
sarh. DMsvertes aad baggers weiw per
chaeer of heelings, Panama cheeks were
steady but sot active, sal being far small lata.
Combed yam hMfcaga- were ia demand. '
The slik market wa at rang bat oaiy fairly
actiee, aad prices gull rtmata under a aariiy
j with Tokohama. ,
Ti468 at AitorU Satmrtay
- High Water J tsow Wtr
t :5J a. m. 7.2 feat 1 :41a- m. 14 feet
2 :35 a. m. 7.8 feet 6:11 Piin. 0.8 feet
Seaside High water- nine min
utes eartier..,v... i- .
Seaside Low water II minute
News of the Port
Colonel E. . L. Drake, America a t earner,
from Saa rrancisoo, ail. ,
Wetner at Biter' eewtn
Xorth Head, Sept. - Conditions at the
month of the river at nooat wind, north, 22
miles; weather, clear; aea. moderate,
DAILY KIVEA &EADIBGS
8 a. ., Pacific Time. "
Vmatilla . .
Albany . . .
Salem . . . .
Thai Willanette river at Psrtlabd will re
main nearly atatioaary daring the next three
daya except as affected by the tide.
Vaamtt ta Arrive
Teee Prma. . Pa.
Toabida Mara No. 1 . Kobe Sept. 6
Mmnesoteu ;., Everett ...... Sept. 9
Steel Worker ....... New Tork . . Sept. 6
Lyean Stewart ...... Ban Fran ... Sept. 6
Kinderduk ......... Vancouver ... Sept.
Wapama ......... ..Saa Free. . . . Sept. V
Afrika Vancouver . . .Sept. 16
Keculus . v. ....... .West Coast ... Sept. 1 6
Itaja Calif dknia Tacoma Sept, 1 V
Santa Malta Baltimore . . . Kept. J 0
Kenator Saa Irtego. . . Kept. 1 1
Boobyaila . San Fran. . . . ."Sept. 11
Koae City . ..Saa Fraa. . . .BepU 1 1
Wahkeeaa ......... Saa Fraa. . . . Sept. 13
West Jappa. Puenoa Aires. Sept. 11
Its City ' Man Fran. . . .Sept 14
Arakan iSataiia .....Sept. 14
Weat klip San Fran. . . .Sept, 14
Maridea . . West Coast. . . Sept. 17
Vassal te Opart
VeaseL For. Data.
Alaska Itorrisaax .... Sept. 8
Mexican Europe . . . ..Sept, ft
Willamette - Kan Fraa .... Sept. 6
Ceorgina Holph "-a Fraa .... Sept. 9
Steel -Worker. ........ New Tork .... Sept. 10
aiinuesoun ...nw York .... Sept. 1 1
Kongosen Mara .....Orient ......Sept. 11
Tasmania, Maru ..... Orient Seit. 1 1
Itegnlus ......... ..West Coast. . .Sept, 12
Senator .8. IMego-way. . Sept. L8
Base City San Fran. . . . . Sept, 1 4
Vessels m Part
Annistoa City Terminal No. 1
Baltimure Maru. Terminal No. 4
Coienel S. L. Drake, .......... .Willbruge
Daisy Putnam 8U Helen
Flkvel ...Tongue Point
Frogner . Astoria
Oergioa Rolph .................. .Albers
Kongoraa Portlind Flour Mlila
lljder Hanify ....... 4 .... . .Terminal No. 4
Stathis ...O-W Doek
Tasmania Maru Terminal No. 4
Torrey ; ....Port Flour Mills
Tenpaisaa Maru ..North Bank
Tokofuku Maru- Peninauia Lbr.
Tofuku Maru.-. Peninsula iJie.
Uanrt Maru Columbia City
Welsh City .u .lnman-Poulseo
Willamette .at II leas
AT WORLD'S PORTS
AotoHa, Sept, . Railed at 4 a. m., motor
ahip Bahinda, tor San Franeiaco and San
Pedro. Arrived at 6 a, m., bark Lett O.
Burgees, from Nushrask. Sailed at 7:66 a. m.,
lightliouse tender Mansanita, for aea.
San Francisco, Sept, 7. Arrived at 3 p.
m., steamer Kentuckian, from New Tork and
Way ports, for Portland.- Arrived At 2 -.p. m.,
steamer Kose City, from, Portland. Sailed at
2 p. m., steamer Pleiades, from Portland and
Paget Sound, for New Tor and way porta.
Sailed at 7 p. m.. (teanrer J.pthe, from Pert
land, for west coast porta. Sailed at T p. m.,
teamer -Willpolo, from Poruand and Pueat
Sound, for New Tork and way port.
Astorta Bcpt. 7. Sailed at 1:26' p. hi,,
teamer Blue Triangle, for Portland, Maine,
via Puget Soaad aad way port. Arrived at u
and left up at 16:66 p. m.. teener Col. K.
L. Drake, from Saa Francisco, Sailed at
9:80 p. a., steamer La Purlsuna. for San
Tatoosh, Sept, 7. Pasaed In. steamer Jacob
Luckenbach, from New Orleans and Port
land, for Seattle.
San Pedro, Sept. 7. Arrived, steamer Ce
Iiln. from Columbia river. Sailed rtn,
Banti. m. for fjplumbia Hver. Arrived.
nminer adhhi jtoipo, (rem Portland, via
Coos Bay, Sept 7. Arrived at 6 a. to.,
steamer Admiral Goodrich, from Portiaad, for
forNp".rtnd: fiPl 7StUW!- tl.
Balboa, Sept- &. Sailed, steamer Lytiie,
fTom Keiv Orleans, for Porthma. Bailed,
steamer Santo Barbara, from New TarkTfot
8 Arrived. BriUsh steamer
Carmarthenshire, from Portland
Melbourne. Sept. 4. Arrived: Japanese
teamer Melgea Maru. rfom Portland.
iJl.e.w.Twki Bwt' T- StUe. British kteamer
Oothiestar. for Portland.
ir.K2Sfhm' f' Arrived. steamer
rn'1'r' fr2 Bhangliai. for Portland.
San Francisco, Sept 8. Sailed at 7 a m.,
steamer Tiger, from Portland, fur New tot
linmingham. Sept 6. Sailed Jaoanes
mer Hox.n Maru. from Portland. foTlloV
v'???- '-r,4iL Rritish steamer
Bandon HaJL from Pacific eoast porta, for
Itfli S?? from
r.S2S?-eJt B-r-U'4. British steamer I
fof Kotm. way porta,
, "r" from Portland, for IVew Tor
Portlor ISm tnm
rrcus Hook, Sept, 7. Passed, steamef
rilr from Bosto- tor Pnget Sound iuU
for Seattle: Eagle for Seattle via Portland
?, cUl via(,rtund
Balboa PLX: Juuv ff Avaamcaith.
vi Ptmind bailed: Lydia for Seatti
BanSr 5 ArrlT4: rt from
San Pedro, Sept 7. ArrltM- n.MM
t"aTm. uahagaa. thence Aagwst lei
Aberdeen Sept; 7. Arrived: gaa Jacffita
from entara. 7 a. av; Avatea tram sn
P lllp.V- Saa
feJL4ia?t.tjArer!e4. Mantle Mara
.... j j JJ.T. IT" ' ".! sioeo from Ioc
for drtlx-lt. 8 a. m. Passed: La Teaaa f
i:r ""wa. 13 B a. m7
rssaed, sept 7: Arakaa from Vursaw
Barevia r.' r-.rr" . rT ancover lot
i 7i " aaia i or Manila.
6 10 p. m.; Canadian freighter for Port Sada
R tSif Ft ae aVaaastenl. - MX a a -
El JBegnae; T:l8 '
f- CT" : Besst Dollar
6 p. nT 1 "J Taa ' taagea.
Taeetua Sett. I. Arrived: Edna frnm Be.
title. a. PresWent Grant f m baa ttlt
7 am. Arrived, Sept Ti UtsslT
SZtitoT t't.lL -akaweatrl.
Seattle. 8 P. n. ; Phyflw frM Saa Francisco.
10wmV: Wui" lor SanPedr?.
Ba6 Franeiaco. Sept 6. Arrived, gfaefct,
USSB S3 West KfekU...... Oct 1st
vSSB S3 Montague. .....iiept. litis 1
Vor l-atea space,
mw bHvee -fe.' Tsasp.
28 6. 6f-w-l f.'t I 41
36 1.6 6 79 1 46
SO 1.7 6Q.ww, 2 j , 44
12 1.8 o;.Ovi. . . .1
13 4.6-a.si.eu 66 T AO
WHEAT MEfi FEAR
I: Sokaoe, ' Wash,, i Sept ' i. Heavy
losses owing to lack ot sufficient cars
to raove the wheat and grain crops,
threaten Northwest growers and the
situation promisee' to " become mora
serious when the big movement ot
wheat starts, according to Walter ; J..
Robinson, manager of the Northwest
Wheat Growers association. Robinson
returned Wednesday night after a sur
vey of wheat districts of central Ore
gon, northern Idaho and eastern Wash
ington, "The Northwest association has been
fortunate thus far In getting cars to
haul wheat to Portland, for shipping
abroad.". Robinson said. '"But one pri
vate concern, which has a shipping
contract Is experiencing difficulty and
Its shipment will probably be delayed
several days."' - .
The wheat yield in the Camus Prairie
and Palouse districts Is about SO per
cent of last year's average, Robinson
said. . '; ... r:; ;v:
"In the Palouse country," said Rob
inson, "The 'fields are spotted, some
yielding - as high as 40 bushels and
others 10 or it" , v
Charter Issued to
Bank of Wheeler
Salem, Sept. . A charter, was leeued
Thursday to the Bank of Wheeler. Til
lamook county, according to P. C.
Bramwell. -state superintendent of
banks. The new institution la capital
hsed at $15,000. A, C Anderson Is pres
ident and P. M. Arnold is cashier. The'
neiabank -has taken over the building
end equipment of the Nehalem Valley -bank;
which failed several months ago.
ACADEMY OPKNS TKltal
Baker, Sept." f. -St. irYancls Academy
opened Its fall terra Tuesday with a
from Manila, at 3:40 a. m. : Canadian Farmer,
from IK-ean Fell, at 6:40 a, tn.; Necanicum,
from Brookings, at B a. m. r Tfaeeler, from
cruise, at 6:30' a. m.r Boohyallg, from Los
Ancele. at. 8:85 a. ra. Sailed, Tiger, frtr
New Tork, at 6:46 a. m.t Orient 4'lty, for
Portland, at a a. m.; ltauraki, for Vancouver,
at 6:1 Oa. m. .
Seattle, Sept. 8. Arrived: Brae Triangle,
from New Tork via Portland, noon- Jacob
Luckenbach, from Mobile via Portland. 4 a .m ;
Minnesnua. from Tacoma, noon; Toynkg tarn.
from Robe,- noom; Itorothy AlexandT, ircnt
Ban IMego, 6:03- a m. j Pmtesilau, from Ta
coma, a a. m. Sailed: Tekobama Maru, for
Hongkong," lu a. m.( Admiral Mchley, for San
Francisco S A 6 a. m.; mntorship Kennrcott.
for New York, 6 a. m. Arrived, 7th: North
land, from Tacoma. Sri A p. m.; Mtee! Scien
tist, from Sverett, 8:86 a. m. Sailed. Tth:
Hednndo, for New Tork, T p. m. ; Prnvideacia,
for Santa Rosalie. 6:25 p. m.; ChUliwack, for
British Columbia ports, 4:16 p. m.
Ketchikan. Sept, 7. Sailed; Jefferson,
southbound, 1 0 . at.
. Liverpool. Sept. 3. Arrived : . Tuscaloosa,
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Night Boat Daily. Except
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Fare to Astoria lf One, Way
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