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Farther Widening of Differences
Might Reach the Work-
fife: inff Point.
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One Lot of 25,000 Bu Shipped
Today, but This Was
Exceptional.
IStocks Decrease 694,000 Bu for
the Week and 125,000 for
One Day.
I Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce, April 21.
Shipping wheat from Minneapolis to Chicago
was the talk on 'change toda Only a few
knew that any had been worked, but they
were traders of importance and their Informa
tion and the governing of themselves accord
ingly had effect upon the market. Later it
became more generally known. Running it down
it was found that 25,000 bu actually was worked.
Traders had said there could be no business
of the sort, and indeed it seemed that it would
be impossible, for even on the basis of a 6c
rate to Chicago, not an assurance, Chicago would
have to be about 5%c over Minneapolis to make
such business profitable. On some of the re
cent changes Minneapolis May has been 3%@
1
11
1
f
if s' E
I a
3%c under Chicago, and with the Chicago pre-"
miura for good No. 1 northern rising and the
Minneapolis premium easing off slightly from
high point and quotable now at 2%@3c over,
there was a difference closer to the working
point than for some time, yet still not wide
enough. Nevertheless the lot of 25,000 bu was
worked. It was good wheat and may have been
wanted by a mixing house in Chicago. While
the single instance of a 25,000-bu lot does not
prove anything, and while the present situation
does not permit of the shifting of any quan
tity from Minneapolis to Chicago without a
loss, the incident yet served to suggest possi
bilities. It is likely considerable of a move
ment would follow once the Chicago bulls carry
their May to 5%f over Minneapolis.
The local decrease measured up fully to ex
pectation, 604,076 bu going out. Foi one day
since making up the report 125,000 bu decrease
is shown. Receipts today were 135 cars com
pared with 248, at Chicago 2 against 111 and
in Dulutb. 21 against 4. Winnipeg received 199
against 48, and the St. Louis figures were 36,000
bu and 38,000, Kansas City getting 88,000 bu
against 128.000 for two days last year.
Primary receipts, 283,000 bu against 549,000
a week ago and 654,000 a year ago. Clearances,
164,000 bu.
Australian wheat shipments this week were
824,000 bu compared with 856,000 last week
and 824,000 the same week last year. India
wheat shipments this week were 192,000 bu com
pared with 88,000 last week and 248,000 the
corresponding week last year.
Broomhall cabled: "Quiet at opening, with
values unchanged, the weakness in America be
ing offset by the lighter Australian shipments.
Toward the close, however, there was some
weak holding, profit-taking on Jones' report and
rather large offerings, and values eased %@%d..
Corn quiet at opening, with values unchanged.
Later some steadiness developed on the strength
In America yesterday, continued demand for
spot and a better inquiry for La Plata cargoes
Hie weather map shows more rain in Texas
and. Oklahoma, generally clear elsewhere with
seasonable temperatures.
THE FLOUR MARKET
TENDENCY SLIGHTLY EASIERMORE MILLS
MAY CLOSE.
The market shows the effect of lessened inter
est oa the part of buyers, due to the good re
ports coming from the southwest as to winter
wheat and expectations of lower prices. Millers
havi not reduced quotations, however, altho the
trcd now appears to be lower rather than high
er Cue of the smaller mills will close -down
toniM for three or four 'days, or longer, re
sumpli'iR of operations depending upon the run
of new business meanwhile. The prospect of
smaller production offsets in some aegree the
weaker tendency. There is some complaint that
old. orders on the books are not being taken
out piomptly.
Shipments. 62.542 barrels.
First patents are quotable at $4.10(^4 2U sec
ond patents. [email protected]: first clears, [email protected]
second clears. [email protected]
THE CASH TRADE
MILLSTUFFS VE BY FIRM COARSE GRAINS
HOW) STEADY.
FLAXReceipts, 35 cars against 9 cars last
year. Shipments, 15 cars. Duluth, 13 cars.
Closing prices: Minneapolis, cash, $1.16% to
arrive, $1.16%.
OATSNo. 3 T\hite oats closed at 30&c. Re
ceipt^ 54 cars shipments, 113 cars.
CORNNo. 3 yellow corn closed at 44%c.
Receipts, 9 cars shipments. 4 cars
FEED AND COARSE MEALCoarse corn
meal and" cracked corn, in sacks, sacks extra,
$16.50 No. 1 ground feed, 2 3 corn and 1-3
oats, 75-lb sacks, sacks extra, $17. No. 2 ground
feed, corn and oats, 80-lb sacks, sacks
extra, $17.50 No. 3 ground feed, 1-3 corn and
I 2-3 oats, 70-lb sacks, sacks extra, $18.
MILLSTUFFSPrices firm at the advance of
yesterday. There Is heavj demand from all sec
tlons, east^ west and southwest. Bran in bulk,
$15 shorts, $15, middlings, $17, red dog, $19.50,
all tob in Minneapolis, in 200-lb sacks, $1 per
ton additional: in ^O0-lb sacks, $1.50 per ton
additjpnal wjd dog.'in 140s, $18 fob. Ship
ments, 1,246 tons.
i RYENo. 2 closed at 56^[email protected]%c. Receipts,
4 cars shipments, 3 cars.
i BARLEYFeeA grades closed at [email protected],
malting grades, [email protected] Receipts. 13 cars
I shipments, 30 cars. Demand is first class for
I all offerings.
I HAYTimothy, choice, $10.50 No. 1,
II $9.50^10 No. 2. [email protected] timothy, No. 3,
[email protected] mixed, $5(jJ8 upland, choice, [email protected]
9 upland, No. 1, [email protected] No. 2, [email protected] No. 3,
I [email protected] 50 midland. [email protected] rye straw, [email protected]
wheat and oat straw. [email protected] Receipts, 50 tons.
CASH SALES REPORTED TODAY.
No. 1 hard wheat, 1 car $0.80
No. 1 northern wheat, 9 cars
No. 1 northern wheat. 3 cars
No. 1 northern wheat, 6 cars
No. 3 corn, 1 car
No. 4 corn, 1 car
No grade corn, 1 car
No. 2 white oats, 1 car
No. 3 white oats, 2 cais
No. 3 white oat-, 1 car
.No. 3 white oats, 2 cars
i No. 3 wlilfe oats, 6,000 bn to arrive.
'1 No. 4 white oats. 1 car
No. 4 white oats, 1 car
a 1 No. 4 White oats, 2 cars
1J No. 1 feed barley, 2 ears
No. 2 feed barlej. 1 car. caty
No. 2 feed barlo. 1 car
ij No. 2 feed barley. 1 car
Jfjh No. 2 feed barley. 1 car'
hi No. 2 feed bailey, 1 oar
No. 1 flaxseed, 7 cars
j" No 1 flaxseed, 1 car
No. 1 flaxseed, 1 car, dockage.
No. 2 flaxseed. 1 car
T,i No. 2 durum wheat. 1 car
jij No. 3 durum wheat, 1 car
fj! No. 4 durum wheat. 1 car
Screenings, 1 car. per ton
1 Spelt, 1 cor, cwt.
ft-
T9y4
.79% .79 .77
No. 2 rorthern wheat 4 cars
No. 2 northern "wheat, 11 cars
I No. 2 northern heat. 4 cars
I No. 2 northern heat, 1 car, smutty
S No. 2 northern wheat, 3 cars 77%
No. 2 northern wheat, 1 car 77%
i No, 2 northern wheat, 700 bu to arrive .77%
No. 3 wheat, 1 car 75
1 No. 3 wheat, 7 cars 76
No. 3 wheat, 4 ears 76%
.76%
No. wheat, 1 car .76%
No. 3 wheat,-l car.., 76%
No. 4 wheat, 1 car 73%
No. 4 wheat, 2 cars 76%
No. 4 wheat, 2 cars, smut 77
No. 4 wheat, 2 cars, smut 76
No. 4 wheat, 2 cars, smut 76
No. 4 wheat, 1 car, smut 75%
No. 4 wheat, 1 car 75%
No. 4 wheat, 2 cars 77
Rejected wheat, 1 car 76%
Rejected wheat, 2 car .76%
Rejected wheat. 3 cars, smutty 76%
Rejected wheat. 1 car. smutty
..76
No. yellow corn, 1 car 45%
No. 4 White oats. 1 car 30%
No. 3 oats, 4 car,s.
No. 3 oats, 1 car
No 3 oats.1 1 car
'It N*
barley, 2 cars
Minneapolis ^Wheat^ May ^Move to Chicago
.A.
^*f'^Q*pen.
May.|, fr .76%
Minneapolis Oats
TODAY'S RANGE IN WHEAT
3T
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RANGE OF WHEAT PRICE IN MINNEAPOLIS
7 High.
Chicago Options.
Cfeo jffpo 1 [ao |^6o jiz
GRAIN IN REGULAR LOCAL ELEVATORS.
Week Ending
Wheat April 21. April 14.
No. 1 hard 1,159,781 1,114,668
No. 1 northern 1,213,702 11,851,811
All other grades.
Totals.
Decrease
Corn
Oats
Barley
Rye Flax
year ago.
.44 .43% .38
.31% 31%
30%
.30% 30}), .30%
.30% .30 .29%
.30
.29Vi
.43
.42 .38% .43' .42'
.40^4 .40
1.16% 11T
1.17
1 15
.70 .67
.86
.14.75
.72
PUTS AND CALLS.
1 p.m., report:
PutsSlay wheat, 75%c.
CallsMay wheat, 76%e.
Curbt-May wheat, 76c.
The Looks Right to Ship Oats and Barley,
C- CMarket WYMAN & CO.dilvers,nl
DULUTH. GRAIN COMMISSION. 1 MINNEA POMS.
Close.'
r^
Low.
I .76%
t$ -76%
.79 .7 7 SeptW*v*VT7 "ii
S,.V
4*
Minneapolis .J...". .j *t
(Chicago
CLOSING CASH PRICES
On TrackNo. 1 hard. 78%c No. 1 northern, 78%c No. 2 northern, 76%c No. 3
wheat, [email protected] durum, 70g72c No. 3 white oats, 30%c No. 2 rye, 56%@58%c No. 1
northern to arrive, 75%JC NO. 2 northern to arrive.. 76%c No. 1 flax. $1.16%- N 3
yellow corn, 44 %c, barley, 38c to 47c.
Minneapolisl^ Options.
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STATE GRAIN INSPECTION, APRIL 20.
Cars Inspected InWheatGreat Northern
No. 1 hard, 1 No. 1 northern, 10 No. 2 north
ern, 21 No. 3, 24 No.- 4, 14 rejected, 4
no grade, 3.
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. PaulNo. 1 north
ern, 10 No. 2 northern, 10 No. 3, 11 No. 4, 7-
rejected, 1.
Minneapolis & Si:. LouisNo. 1 northern, 3
No. a northern, 2, No. 4, 1.
Soo LineNo. 1 hard, 7 No. 1 northern, 9
No. 2 northern, 10 No. 3, 5 No. 4, 1: re
jected. 2.
Ncrthem PacificNo. 1 northern, 2 No. 2
northern, 2 No. 3, 2.
Chicago, St. Paul Minneapolis & Omaha
No. 1 northern, No. 2 northern, 2
Total*No. 1 hard, 8 No. northern, 36
No. 2 northern, 53 No. 3, 42 No. 4, 23- re
jected, 7 no grade, 3.
Other GrainsCarsNo. 1 durum wheat, 1,
No. 2 dunnn wheat. 6 No. 3 durum wheat 2-
No. 4 durum wheat, 3 mixed wheat, 2: No 3
yeUow corn, 1 No. 4 corn, 1 no grade corn.
1 No. 2 white oats. 3 No. 3 white oats, 16
No. 4 white oats, 11 No. 3 oats. 16 no grade
oats, 3 No. 2 rye, 3, No. 3 rye, 1, no grade
rye, 1, No. 4 barley, 2 No. 1 feed barley, 3
No. 2 feed barley, 5: no grade feed bdrlev. 1
No 1 iwrtjiwestern flax, 13. Ko. 1 flax. 22 re- .cetotslwheat, 199'cars last year, 48.
jeot ed flax, 4 no grade flax, JL ceipis^
Cart Inspected OutNo. 2 dututrf-wheat, 6
sNo,- 3 durum wheat, 5 No 1 hard'wheat, 1
No 1 northern wbej.t. 112 No. i,JJ northern
wheat. 60 }*o. 3 wheat. 9 No. 4v wheat, 2,
rejected wheat, 23 No. 3 yellow '#rfi, 1 No.
3 corn, 2 no grade corn, 1 NTs. 2 white oats.
12: No. 3 Tvhlte oats, 38 No. 3 QW9 i,No. 4
barley, 12 No. 1 feed barley, 2 No. 2' rye,
4, No. 1 flax, 36.
DAILY WHEAT ltQVE,KftatT.
The following are the receipts and* shipments
at the principal primary wheat markets:
Receipts, Shipments,
Bushels.*
New York 2,926
Philadelphia 3,20.)
Baltimore 6,653
Toledo 4,000^
Detroit 6,000,
S,t. Louis 36,060,.
Boston Il6
Chicago 6,OQQ~V
Milwaukee l,76ft,f
Duluth 56,232-^*
Minneapolis 129,600
Kansas City 38,000'
Bushels
8,000
24,000
3,500
57,666 24,030
129,207 204,874
48,510 31,000
4,361,050 5,357,130
17,600,533 18,354,609
694,076 116,139
34,722
1,450,351
760,467 167,525
2,120,453
22,363
1,727,937
907,591 169,235
2,256,779,.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS, APRIL 20.
ReceivedWheat, 135 cars, 129,600 bu corn,
8 370 bu oats, 86,400 bu barley, 12,870 bu
rye. 3.000 bu flax, 35,700 bu flour. 945 tons
millstui* 243 tons hay, 50 tons: car lots, 275.
ShippedWheat. 49 cars, 48,510 bu corn,
3.800 be oats, 106,860 bu: barley, 34.200 bu
rye. 3.540 bu flax. 17,250 bu flour, 62,542 brls
millst^s. 1.246 tons linseed oil, 425,300 lbs,
oil cake. 430,000 lbs, car lots, 571.
WHEAT RECEIPTS ROADS, APRIL 20.
CarsMilwaukee, 49 Omaha, 16 St Louis,
6 Great Northern, 46 Northern Pacific. 7
Great Western, 2: Soo Line, 6: Chicago, Rock
Island & Pacific. 3.
CHICAGO GRAIN
WHEAT MARKET OPENED STEADYLITTLE
TRADING IN OATS.
Chicago, April 1.The w-heat "market opened"'
steady on a good demand from shorts, which
was based upon small receipts from Minne
apolis. Cables v. were lower, and
the diminished arrivals in the northwest. Trad
ing was fairly active. May opened a shade
lower to a shade higher, at 79"%@79%c, sold S
uo to 80c, and declined to 79%c. Minneapolis,
Duluth carss,,
iut and Chicago reported -receipts of 158 ^JJ'uJ.* I^APJ
against 398 cars last week and 363 cars I 1 2%'[email protected] ',o
Prices* held steady until the-last half-Tiour, l"*
when a reaction took place on profit-taking ni)''*''
the May option On the decline the price
of May reached 79%c.-- The close was easy,
with Maj off %@%c, at 794c.
Cash wheat, Jso. 2 red, 88%@90%c No. 3
red. 8427c No. 2 hnrd. _79%@82%e No. 8
hard, "[email protected], No. 1 northern,"Sl%#82%c No.
2 northern, [email protected] No. 3 spring, [email protected]
CloseWheat, May. 79 %c July, 78(g78%c-1
The corn market was steady because of small
local receipts and firm cables. The* May option
opened a shade lower to a shade higher at 47%
@47%c. sold up to 47%c and declined to 47%c.
The market weakened on profit-taking, along
with wheat. May declined to 47c. The close
was easy, with May down %c at 47%@47%c.
Local receipts were 96 cars, with 13 f "con
tract grade. There was little trading, 4xt oats
Tnd qffefings 'were light. Prices, *how ever. heTd
steady. Tie fttfay*option oi^ned'unchanged to
shade lower at 32^@32%c and sbld at 32%^
32%cv Local receipts were 123 cart.
Cash Oats. No. 2. 3t%@31%c. No. 3, 31%c
-Close. Oats. May. 32%c July, atf&e.
Cash corn. No. 2, [email protected]% No. *3, 47%c.'
CloseCoin. May. 47%@47i4c Julv. -So^lc.
The following was me range or "prices-'
Wheat' MaT. Jul?- ept
Opening 79%@% 78%
Highest SO
Lowest 79%
Close
Today 79%
Yesterdav 79%
Year ago 1.00
Corn
Opening 47%@% [email protected]%^ 46%
77% 76%
78%
78
[email protected]%, 7i
J8tf 77
86% 81%
"Close.
Yesterday^
$ .76%
.78%
5 Today.u
.7S%@%
.76%
.76%
-2%
THE, DAY'S REPORTS
Closet
Today^
$ 76
,7Si4l' fc...-....
-May Wheat- -July "Wheat
Close.
&%'
Dftluth St. Louis .78%
Kansas City
New York' ~T 87
Winnipeg .k. .78%,'
Highest 47%
Lowest 47
Close-
Today [email protected]&
lesterday 47%(@
^Year ago 47%^
Oats
Opening [email protected]%
Highest 32%g!
Lowest 32%
Close
Today 32%
Yesterday 32%
Year ago 29%
Close.
Year Ago.
$ 97%
,76% .S3
tijs5
"*$*
Close.
Today.
$ .78%%
[email protected]%
*.79%
.76% .7171%
84%
.79%
Yesterday.
$ .76%
-79%@%
-79%
.78% .74%
.86% 78%
46% 45%
46% [email protected]%
45%
46 47%
46%
4814 47%
30%
30% 30%
29% 29% 28%
30% 30% 29fc
28%% 29%
OTHER GRAIN MARKETS
DTILTTTH GRAIN. April 21.Wheat is prac
tically on a shipping basis for eastern business,
but the buyers there show no anxiety to get it.
Trading was steady but not large. May opened
%c up at 79%c, sold at 79%c. fell to 78%c and
closed there, %c off. July fell %c and Septem
ber as unchanged.
Flax was active. Lower cables led to consider
able selling, but it was well absorbed and ex
porters were liberal buyers, tno not so heavily
as a few days ago. May opened unchanged a
$1.19%, fell to *1.18%. and closed at $1.18%,
a loss of %c. July and September also lost %c
and October %c. Oats fell %c.
The close: Wheat to arrive, No. 1 northern.
79% No. 2 northern, 77 %c on track* No. 1
northern, 79%c: No. 2 northern, 77%c May,
78T*c
July, 79%c September, 77^c durum,
No. 1, 75%c, No. 2, 72%c flax to arrive.
$1.18% flax on track. $1.18% May, $1.18%
July, $1.20% September, $1.19% October,
$1.17 oats to arrive, 31%c oats ou track,
31%cr May, 31%c rye, 57c barley, [email protected]
Cars inspected. Wheat, 21 oats, 2 barley. 1
flax, 13. Receipts: Wheat, 56,232 bu oats,
23,575, barley, 15,635 rye, 2,149 flax, 52,354.
Shipments: Wheat, 204,874 oats, 4,007 barley,
3,109, flax, 250,240.
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NEW YORK FLOUR AND GRAIN. April 21.
Flour, receipts 11,407 brls sales. 900- steady
but dull Minnesota patents, [email protected] win
ter straigtts, $3 [email protected], Minnesota bakers,
[email protected] winter extras, [email protected] winter
patents. $3.90(54.25, winter low grades, $2.65
3.30. Wheat, receipts, 26.000 bu sajes, J.2Q0,-
000 better Liverpool cables than due, lighter
Australian shipments caused wheat to rule firm
early, but eased later under fine weather and
prospects of liberal world's shipinents Monday
May! 86%@87 5-16c 'July. 8*%@84%c Sep
tember. 82%@S2%c. Rje,. dull No. 2 western,
toe asked New York. Corn receipts
40,805 bu: sales, 5.000- steadyJearly on light|
movement, but later declined May, 53%@54c.
MILWAUKEE GRAIN, April 21.-Flour,
steady. Wheat, lower. No. 1 northern, 81%
82%c No. 2 northern, [email protected]%c May, 9%c
asked. Rye, steady, No. 1, Barley
steadv No 2, 55c sample, 4555c. Oats,
srong standard, [email protected]%c Corn higher No. 3,
cash. 47%@47%c May, %4T%c
WheatPuts, 78%c asked calls. 79 ftc^bid.
CornPuts, 47%c bid calls, 47 %c bid.
WINNIPEG GRAIN, April 21.--Aprll opened
78c closed 77%cTMay, 78c. closed 78%c July,
?9%c closed 79%cV October, 76c, closed 75%c
cash close. No 1 northern, 78c No 2 northern,
76%c No. 3 northern. 75%c. No. 2 wh te oats,
35c. No. 3 barley, 41c. No. 1 flax, $1,12. Re-
LIVERPOOL GRAIN, Apri" 21.Wheat, spot,*i
nominal futures, quiet May, 6s 8%c July, 4*
6s 7%d September, nominal. Corn, spot, firm
American mixed, new, 4s 5d American mWed,
old. 4s 8d futures, firm May, 4s 5%d July,\
4s 4%d.
CHICAGO COARSE GRAIN AND SEEDS,
April 21.Flax, cash, northwestern, $1.15%
southwestern. $1.09% May, $1.17%. Rye, cash,
63%o Mav, [email protected] July 61c. Timothy. April.
$3.17. Clover, cash, $11.50. Barley, cash, 38%
METAL MARKETS.
NEW YORK, April 21.The London tin mar
ket reported a further reaction with spo clos
ing at .177 5s and futures at 174 5s. Lo
cally the market was a little lower inconse
quence with business quiet and spot quoted at
[email protected]
Copper was unchanged in London, with spot
quoted at 84 15s, and futures at 81 los. Lo
cally the market was unchanged. Lake was
quoted at [email protected] electrolytic at 18.25
18.50c. and casting at [email protected]
Lead was higher in the local market, with
supplies for thirty days' shipment ijuoted at 5.50c
and spot at 5 60o. The London market was
2s higher at 15 18s 9d.
Spelter was unchanged at 25 15s in London,
but advanced slightly in the local market, with
spot quoted at 20.65c.
Iron was higher abroad, closing at 48s 8d for
standard foundrj and 48s 9d for Cleveland war
rants. Locally no change was reported. No. 1
foundry northern Is reported at [email protected],
No. 2 foundry northern at [email protected]*36 No. 1
foundry, southern at [email protected] and No! 1
foundry^ southern soft [email protected]
MONEY REPORT^
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m^fh5s%5^r5%Cent mJrsE% short bills, 3 per cent three months' bills 3
per cent.
MINNEAPOLIS. April 21.Bank clearinirs to
day, $2 932,80979 New York exchange silling
rate, 60c premium buying rate, 30ed premium
Chicago exchange, selling iate, 40c premium
buying rate,e 10cc Ixnao 60-day shrht
documentarhy exchange still lower again today,
S
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aturday'. Evening, MINNEABOLIS JOURNAL.: April 21/I1906.
HIGHER PRICES
IN STOCK MARKET
Minor
Close.
Yesterday.'
1 .78%
.78%
.79%
.76%76
.71%
.84% .79%
Sales.
200 100
14,200
400
67,300
21.Bullion amounting to
to
shipment to
days'France.
5
Jesterdav. an quotabl
del ipremium.
fty
at $4.8114. Local money slightly firmer bu
rates quotably unchanged aatn 5%@6 per cent fo
selected paper.
?W*$?
APri
Jthis offset
t*d
y:
gSi^^R
1
rt
h,g ^f
to V^= -Xi
estin
1,500
300 700 700|
2,600!St. Paul
200 do pr
10,200 Southern Pac.
100 Southern Ry..
100 do pr
T. C. & I
200 Texas & Pac.
200 T. C. R.
-4,600 Union Pacific.
*2,100 do'pr
300 U. S. Rubber
.rt
5 &
2ol.OOO^ was withdrawn from the Bank of
En *fe
a
n,Det 48,900 11.400
600 100 400
500
fsrS^sr^stktS
U. S."Steel....
do pr 1.
Wabash
do pr,
Va. Chemical.
West. Union..
W. L. E...
do ist pr...
do ,2d pi
200 Wis. Central..
do pr ._.
ToFal sales7~410,30b7
NO money.
toda/trt
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CHICAG2O,0 LIVESTOCK, April 21.Cattle
Tte
& -8
*[email protected] cows
*[email protected]
'stacker* anJ
^[email protected]: Hogsa,'t 71000
strongoodo t,
TU O mi*%dlma,IfJtd^.Jji
utchers i dreceiptsa,#[email protected]
/2
ce,pt
fo
Monday, 38,
,tc,lers *[email protected] good,
beavy, $6.30
9 [email protected] bulk
SlgB*
5
tea Jfr Bheep", $3.25^6.30 ~7ambs,"$4j6
I es,s $6 [email protected],i2%. Sheep Receipts, 2,000
KANSAS CITY LIVESTOCK, April 21.-Cattle
Receipts 100: market unchanged. Hogs Re
ceipts, 3 000 market strong, 5c higher heavv
$6 45[email protected]%: packers, [email protected]%, pigs and
lights. [email protected] SheepReceipts. 2,500: mar
ket steady muttons, $4.50(7?$ lambs, [email protected]&5.
^MAHA LIVESTOCK, April 21.Cattle Re
ceipts, 100: marke2tk unchanged.|[email protected] Hogs, receipts
7.O00 steady heavy, [email protected]::
2k
$ ,market
6
ght -p&
[email protected]
4
T,farl,?$.8-
S*2!*F 6.20, lambs, [email protected]
wethers, [email protected]
SIOOX- CITY XJV5STOCK, Anril 21.Re-
ceipts, cattle. ,300 hogs, 2.80o!
2o8 lbs, $8.40 0214'291Amlbs.'lb8' 8 $6.47%. Cattle-^
?,*"&U*eTS8-
$4: 16. 1,280
lbs $4.75:^12^1.380 lbs, $5..W. Cows and
heifers- 8. 870 lbs. $3.40 10, 868 lbs S3 R3- 4
-f
3-~v -5S1
MIDWAY HORSE MARKET, Minnesota T5an*'
fer. St. Paul, Minn.. April a -^SErrtt &fe
merman report: Receipts still hold large with
another slight drop iu prices, with a correspond
lng falling off in the movement of drivers jind
libt havjless torses. All classes movfngcommohne
following prices: Draftersr,' extra. [email protected]
^iSt i^
to $13
1,
good'
Q*3 'SSLTSXJ.
8
^L^S $110 125 farm mares, extra, $120
140 faT-B mares, choice. *100120 farm mares,
S??l
mo
t
*[email protected] delivery choice $11 0
comm on to good. [email protected]
[email protected]
BElOIT, WIS,The Fairbanks-Morse Manufac
turing company of Belolt and Chicago suffers a
loss of 100,000 by the destruction of Its ware
house ats-San Francisco.
4i
GENERALLY &>- QUOTATIONS
VANGE AT WALL ST. OPENING.
Specialties Show Strength in
Early TradingBank Statement In
duced Selling to Realize and Some
Recoveries Follow Later.
New York, April 21.Prices In the stock
market today opened generally a fraction higher
which exceeded in St. Paul, Norfolk &
Western, Reading, North-Westeru and Colorado
Fuel 2. International Pump and United States
Realty gained a point. There was a reeoveiy
in- United Railways Investment of 3 points and
in the prefeired of 4%. IMon I'aclflc fell V,
and Amalgamated Copper, alter rising a-small
fraction, fell to below last night.
The market did not retain its opening strength
long, a general movement to rise forcing Read
ing, Union Pacific, St. Paul, Amalgamated Cop
per, United States Steel and Brooklyn Transit
a fraction below yesterday's closing. A quick
recovery carried some of these stocks to higher
prices than the opening, but the rise was again
availed of to take profits and the list went back
to about where it ended yesterday. Conspicu
ous strength was shown by a number Of minor
specialties. Butterick Publishing gained 6, Pa
cific Coast 4%. United States Realty 3 and
Smelting, Republic Steel, American Ice and Dis
tillers' Securities 1. Wells-Fargo Express, de
clined 6 iolnts
Except for wide advances in specialties, the
market was at a standstill pending the pub
lication of the bank statement. Pacific Coast
rose 9% and the second preferred 7, Minne
apolis, St. Paul & Sault Ste. Marie 4, United
Railroads of San Francisco 4s 3%, Cleveland,
Cincinnati, Chicago & St. Louis 1% and Illinois
Central, National Biscuit, Chicago Terminal and
Steel Foundries preferred 1. The bank state
ment showed expected strength, but induced
selling to realize. The Union Pacific stocks,
St. Paul, Colorado & Southern and Atchison
lost 1, and St. Louis Southwestern preferred
1%. Prices fell generally below last nl|ht
Losses were partially recovered, but the clos
ing was irregular.
Stock quotations reported for The Journal by
Watson & Co., brokers, Chamber of Commerce,
Minneapolis. Closing figures are bid.
I I I Close
Stocks 1 High I Low I Bid. I Bid
I est. I est. lApr.21lApr.20
Am. Cot. Oil..
do pr
Am. Car
do pr
Am. Locomot.
do pr
Am. Woolen.
do pr
Am. Sugar
Am. Smelting.
do pr
Amal. Cop
Anacon Cop
At..lop. & S.F
do pr
Bait. & Ohio..
do pr
Brook. R. T..
Canadian Pac
do rights...
Ches. & Ohio..
Chi. & Alton..
do pr
Chi.
33%)
1,200
200 100 200 200 100
1,800
11,700
300
53,900 14,200
7,100
100
2,000
100
6100
3,200
200
3SVi
WG
do pr A...
do pr B...
C.,C.,C.& St.L
Chi. Term...
do pr
33%
90 42%
90% 90
43% 42%
102% 102%
68% I 67 T4
102%
67%
114 I 113% 113%
41%
1U6% 138 157% 120 110% 271%
90%
101 110% I 110%
96 84%
162
12% 58% 30% 71
0% 77i .J
36%
101 i*
lOSv
\V\...
3,100
200
400 100
20% 77 %t
36%
77V71 36%
2,000
400 100
1,900 1,900
400
700
5,900
1,600
700 200
1,200 1,500
200
2,600
10% 10%
400iCol. Fuel & I
700|Col. Southern
do 1st pr
do 2d pr..
Consol.
33% 33%
Gas..
2,900 1329JJ4 139%
Del. & Hudson
Den. & R. G.
do pr
Erie
do 1st pr.
do 2d pr..
Gen. Electric
G. N. pr...
Hock. Valley
Illinois CeSt..
Iowa CentraK4
do pr
Inter. Paper...
do pr
K. C. & South.
do pr
Louis. & Nash.
Sco Line
do pr
Manhattan Met. St. Ry..
Met. Securities
Mo. Pacific.
M.. K. & T.
do pr
Mex. Central.
Nat. Biscuit.
Nat. Lead..
do pr
Norfolk &. W
600 4 5" "44%
318
200
1 200
T1?v~'
ioo
172S5
29%
89
s%
300|North Am. Co
5,s500
800
2i5y
Northern Pac
Northwestern
do lights
N. Y. Central
Ontario & W
Prwsed Steel
Pacific Mail
Penn. tt. R.
People's Gas
Reading
do 1st pr.
do 2d pr..
Repub. Steel
do pr
Rock Island
do pr.
*iioo
600
J00
100
4
206%
21 y*
141%
49% 54%
102%
27 66
173%
66
39%
65
39%
m'\
39% 99%
145
32%
118 153%
v94
43$,
108t&
21%K21%
47% 47% 92% 18%
42 25Vt 25' 51V6
47% 48%. 92% 18%,
41%^ 2.")% 25%
31%
t92%
51"% 51
MINING AND CURB STCKJKS
fT MINING AND CURB STOCKS.
Special to The journal.
Boston, April 21.The market today followed
general expectations. In the face of the most
tavorable bank statement for a long time, cop
per stocks Called to show* any pronomiced 'Jany
ing. and- if-looked a* iCjVne people yvao sup
ported the market, the past few days, were
getting out of the stocks they were obliged to
Boston quotations at 1 m.: Adventure, 7%g
7% Allouez. 30,^39% American Zinc. [email protected]!
Arcadian. ^[email protected]: Arnold, [email protected]% Ashbed.
1%: Atlantic. [email protected]: Boston Consolidated.
23%(23% ''Bingham. [email protected],4: Bonanza. [email protected]
70: Black Mountain il%@12%: Butte Exposition
4%@*%: Butte & I^ndon. 2%@2%: Butte Con
lition.' 35(H36- Calumet & Hecla. [email protected] Cen
tennial. 25%@26%: Copper Range 80%80%:
Consolidated Mercwr. [email protected]: Cajumet & Arizona.
1160119 Cainraet & Pittsburg, 26 bid: Cop
per4
Queen. 2% asked: Cmnb. Rly. %w7V,.
dominion 1 Iron & Steel,..32^ Wd Daly West,
?6&16<jr Denn-Arizonfo If Wd East Butte/
'JilS:l2 .Elm River. '#2%
[email protected] VmL Granbjr, JpftfMf Gdanajnato
GreSi Cotolld?ted, :jisfcad
elTet
1 asked Httsbtirg & Duluth, 20 bid Qniucr.
[email protected]"4i Rhode Island. 5%@ Raven. 4V
4W: Santa Fe. 1%@2 Shannon, 73%gi8 Shoe
Machinery. K1W84 Shoe Machinery preferred.
[email protected] Swifts 105,[email protected] Tamarack, 107a
1QT%: Tecuinseh. KW011: Tennessee. 44(T45
Trinity,[email protected]% United ^Copper Mining Co., $5
^wwr vnvsimitf i?*"--:
4 "er
-Victoria," 8#fiJSH Washington, 1% Wjk'
Winona [email protected] Wolverlue. 138W139: Wyanddt,v
1%@1%: Warren, 17% bid.
ARiZONA COPPER.
All stocks with the exeeption of Calumet -1r
Pittaburg are slight 1 off" today. The demand:
for Calumet & Pittsburg at $26 is always gontf,
and the stock will probably not sell lower thai}
it is at present. Lake Superior & Pittsburg,
sold down to $85.37, but flow look* ns if it were
on the bottom. Junction and Pittsburg ft Thi
luth are 'not strong, altho there is no stuc^
pressing for sale. Warren is In good demand,,
as is Denn-Arisona, The Shattnck & Arizona
directors, at their meeting held in St. Paul, c|e
cide'd to issne the treasury sto^k *a the present*'
!l*ieii
at the Denn by. theJjreaking.of a gallows frame.
It will probably taTte about two weeks to get
drifting started again.
Quotations at 1 p.m.:^ t
Wl Bid., WW- Asked.
Calunjet & Arizona .T.. $116.00 $118.00
Caluwet & Pittsburg 26.00
Lake Superior &, Pittsburg 35.00
Pittsburg & Duluth 20.00
Junction 25.00
American Dev. Go 11.50
Warren Dev. Co 16.00
Denn-AriKOna 15.50
Black Mountain 1175
Bast Butte ii "so
Butte Coalition S.....'. 35 00
Butte & London 2.02
Raven 4*23
Keweenaw Helvetia
Wabash, 22%, Wabash preferred, 48%.
26.50 35-.50 20.50
25.50 12.50 16.75 17.00 12.25 12.50
36.00
2 87
4.50
13.25
6.75
l2 7 5
6%5 0
ACTIVE BONDS AND CURB STOCKS,
New \ork quotations to close, Anrll 21-
Japanese lsts, 08.
Japanese 2ds. 98 97%.
Japanese 4%s, 92%, 92%,
Japanese second 4s, 91%, 91%. 91 y.
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 4s, 98?
A. T. 4s, 79%.
A. T. 6s, [email protected]%.
lulled States Steel 5s, 99%, 99%,
99"/,
99%,
Oiego.i Short Line 4s, 95%@96.
Rending 4s, 100.
lialtiniore & Ohio 3%s, 94%94%.
Chicago, Burlington & Quincy -is, [email protected]%.
Bultinoie & Ohio 4s, 102MiH02%.
Southern Pacific 4B, 92S|93
Njrthern Pacific 4. 103%101%.
Uhion Pacific 4s 105.
Boston Copper, 2324.
United Copper, 66%S66%
Ltah CopDer, 26%^2S
Rock Island 4s. 80%.
Rock Island 5s, 00%.
Tin Can common, 8%@8%.
Tin Can preferred. 61%68.
Uranby, [email protected]%.
Interborougb, 229(^231.
Greene Copper, [email protected]%.
North Butte, 88%fe88%.
East Butte, 11%@13.
Black Mountain, [email protected]%.
LONDON- CLOSIKG STOCKS, April 21.Con-
sols for money, 89% consols for account, 90
Anaconda, 14 Atchison, 93% Atchison pre
ferred, 105% Baltimore & Ohio, 114% Cana
dian Pacific, 179% Chesapeake & Ohio, 59%
Chicago Great Western, 21% Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul, 179% De Beers, 18% Denver
& Rio Grande, 46 Denver & Rio Grande pre-
^"^,90% Erie,preferred,Erie
E 2,
rn
44% first preferred,
^oon 70% Illinois Cen
tral, 178% Louisville & Nashville, 152%
Missouri, Kansas & Texas, 35% New York
Central, 146% Norfolk & Western, 92 Norfolk
,Western preferred, 94 Ontario & Western,
51% Eennsjlvanla, 72% Rand Mines, 6%
Reading, 66%, Reading first preferred, 47
Reading seconcdf preferred, 50 Southern, Rail
way, Southern Railway preferred, 103
?Pl!ther40%,
PaIlc
Bar silver, firm. 30 l-16d per ounce? Money,
short bills 3 7-16(3% per cent. The rate ?i
of discount in the open market for three months'
bills is 3 7-16 per cent.
GOSSIP OF THE MARKETS
Chicago to WatsonThere was a sale of 45,-
000 wheat here to millers, also some oats for
domestic consumption.
Total clearance*,. Wheat. 56,000 bu, flour 24,-
O0O brls corn, 457.000 bu oats, 00,000 bu
wheat and flour equal 164,000 bu.
Chicago cash coin and oats barely steady.
Comstock bujlng July wheat.
Berlin %c lower.
Budapest %c higher.
A Chicago broker sold 500 July ribs at $8.75.
Good demand for them at present.
Schwarz tiied to sell some Chicago provisions.
Offerings increased ou the way down.
No feature to oats.
Forecast is for generally fair everywhere and
slightly cooler temperatures.
Kinley Barrell bought a little Chicago May.
Trade very light. Crowd badly mixed, but
afraid to sell.
Australian wheat shipments. 824.000 bu.
Liverpool close: Wheat, %@%d lower. Corn,
unchanged to %d higher.
Northwest houses and Cudahy brokers are
selling a little wheat.
Chicago to LewisRankin buying a little May
wheat aiound 79 %c.
Chicago to I lperCargo of 85,000 bushels of
No. 2 corn just sold at %c over May in store.
W. H. Lake, J. H. Wrenn and Congdon are
elling September oats.
In Chicago George Hellman sold 100 bushels
Of May wheat at 79%c.
PansWheat and flour quiet.
Northwest weather- Hillloro clear, fine. 50
above. Comstock. clear, fine light noitheast
wind. Grand Forks, clear high northwest wind
cool. Mayvllle. clear, fine. St. Cloud, clear,
calm and fine 62 above. Fergus Falls, clear,
fine. Winnipeg, cloudy, cool, 45 above. Fargo,
clear, fine.
A Liverpool house cables: Wheat easier on
American advices. (Spot
Will Appeal to Save Self
from Prison.
Special to The Journal.
Jordan^ liinn., April 21.Judge
W. Morrison has denied the motion of
H. Burton Strait for a new trial and
pronounced sentence of five years at
hard labor in the penitentiary at Still
water.
Strait was president of the Scott
County bank, of Jordan, which closed
its doors late in October, 1903. It was
a private banking institution, osten
sibly a partnership, altho it was later
shown that the partnership had been
quietly dissolved in March, 1903, but
no public announcement of this fact
was made. When the bank failed,
Strait was the sole owner.
The affairs of the failed bank are
still unsettled in bankruptcy court, one
dividend of 10 cents on the dollar
having been paid.
Dulutb Chlcag)
A. BROWN & CO.
Grain Commission
Consignments Solicited. Prompt Returns
1 Guaranteed
Minneapolis Minnesota
,H. H. Kenkel, Pres. W. M. Hopkins, Sec & Treas.
KENKEHJOPKINS CO.
COMMISSION
GRAIN STOCK
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce,
Duluth Board of Trade,
OFFICES:
Chamber of Commerce.
Boa
18%ai4 Mohawk, 60^061 t.
Minneapolis, Minn.
CUMMINGS l*M-
6tt Isle Royal, ^2lJ^ctIon M$f
M|8."@ 8%@8%Cnnerior
8
9J6
jrtayflower%. Bw!ceMoe to A
73, "-'-'-~Ft & Pitta"-1 HuecesSOTrSd toof A. UUM.MJ.mrB BStaD 18B8
F**"?^-"^?'.? Mayflower 508 uMembeis Mlrneapolis Chambelrn of Commerce, Du
COMMISSION
COMPART
J. CUMMINGS, Estab. 1898..
Trad
1
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O0-2O2-BO4-l"rSrN*
BOND*
Paul.
Commerce
HAW AND FCIK
SH8 THEM TO US AND GET BEST PWCtsI
iHoRTHWESTERN
HlDE&O FURCOJj AMNNEAPUS'/AlNN
SHIP
Ybim
*r:FURS,-PEL^S, WOOL
|roMcMILMNFUR&W00LC0.j
MINNEAPOLIS^ MINN.
WRITE FOR CIRC ULARS
STEADY TO STRONG
IFOR THE PORKERS
A SATURDAY HOG BUN OF MOD
EBATB PBOPOBTIOffS/
Not Many Cattle In and Demand
Strong, with Prices Very Stout
Stockers and Feeders SteadyVeal
Calves Steady at the Week's Decline
Sheep Beceipts Very Light Today.
South St. Taul. Minn., April 21.Estimated
receipts, at the union stockyards today: Cat
tle, 75 calves, 50 hogs, 2,400 sheep, 25 cars,
85.
The following table shows the receipts from
Jan. 1, 1906, to date, as compared with the
same period in 1905:
Year. Cattle. Calves. Hogs. Saeep.
1906 70,368 13,638 290,930 105,389
1905 ,76,977 12,070 318,214 187,207
Increase 1,568
Decrease.. 6,609 27,284 81,918
The following table shows the receipts thus
far In April, as compared with the same period
in 1905:
Yeer. Cattle. Calves, ilogs. Sheep.
1906/ 13,320 3,145 38,882 16,668
1905 21,345 4.186 48,942 9,446
Increase 7,222
Decrease.. 8,025 1,041 10,050
Official receipts for the past week are as fol
lows: Bate. Cattle. Calves. Hogs. Sheep. Cars
April 13 179
April 14 86
April 16 687
April 17 7h
April 18 427
April 19 346
April 20 285
67% 1 Unio Pacific 158 _.,Dispositio _,
Swift & Co.
Union Pacific preferred, 99 United States Steel, McCbrmick.
44% United States Steel preferred, 111%
corn pro, futures dulL
i Minneapolis stocks wheat decrease 125,000 bu
for one day.
Southwest WeatherChicago, partly cloudy,
cool Kansas City, clear and fine, warm Omaha,
clear and pleasant' Peoria, 111 clear and pleas
ant Springfield. 111., clear and pleasant St.
Louis, clear and pleasant.
STRAIT RECEIVES
A 5-YEARSENTENCE
Convicted Scott County Banker
on
T" McMillan...
butcb
er
2% per cent. "'Slimmer & Thomas.... 16
The iate of discount in the open market for
Cars.
7,027
7,656
*635
Cars. 1.129 1,428
299
29 13
74
1,281
735
1,12(1
,1.899
2,094
1,779 2,790
2
& Lauderdale. 6
ETan
B^ FitzgeraTd. 7
H. Btackett 46
J. Melady &. Co... 26
Other buyers
Country buyers 67"
25
Totals 353 2,799 437
Date. A T. Wt. Av. Cost, Price Range.
April 13 204
April 14 '197
April 16 211
April 17 212
April 18 208
April 19 213
April 20 209
Hogj prices steady to strong,
erate for Saturday.
$6.36 $0.30*jC.4
6.40 6 35006 45
6.45 6.40ft?6.5
6.55 0 [email protected]
6.5ft 6 40'a 55
6 45 5 40?fi0.o*
6 43 0.300J 0.50
Receipts mod
Quall*j good. Price* range
$6.3") to $6.55. Bulk, $6.45. Compared with
a week ago, prices are strong to 5c higher.
Light, common to fair quoted $6 35 to $6.40-
good to choice, $6.45 to $6.55, mixed, common
to fair, $6 30 to $6.35: good to choice, $6,455 to
$6.55 'heavy, fair. *6.3 to $6.40 good to
choice. $6.45 to $6.55.
Hogs86. 186 lbs. $6.55: 71. 232 lbs $6.55
74, 223 lbs, $6.55: 75. 242 lbs. $6.50: 72. 153
lbs, $6.50 79, 19 91bs. $6.45 63. 224 lbs.
$6.55 73, 229 lbs, $6.45 81, 204 lbs, $6.45:
71. 229 lbs. $6.45. 78. 210 lbs, $6.455, 75, 22V'
lbs. $6 40, 50. 210 lbs, S6.35.
Stags and Boars1, 520 lbs, $5 1, 530 lbs,
$5. 1, 390 lbs, $5 1, 460 lbs, $5. 1, 530 lbs,
$4.50.
CATTLEReceipts very light today demand
strong prices generally steady for beef and
butcher cattle stockers and feeders steady with
week's advance of 10c to 15c veal calves steady
at week's decline, butcher and bologna bulls and
stock and feeding bulls and milch cows steady.
Butcher Cows, Heifers2, 1,220 lbs, $3 75 1,
1,030 lbs, $3.75 1. 910 lbs, $3.50. 1. 970 lbs,
$3 7, 1,038 lbs, $3j 2, 1,020 lbs, $3 1, 940 lbs,
$2.85 1. 1,150 lbs, $2.75, 1, 960 lbs. $2.65.
Cutters and Canners1, 760 lbs, $2.25 t,
890 lbs. $2 2, 755 lbs, $1.75.
Veal Calves14, 114 lbs. $4.30 5, 166 lbs,
$3 6, 190 lbs, $2 50.
Stock Feeding Steers2, 290 lbs, $3.25 1, 780
lbs, $3.
Stock Cows, Heifers1, 690 lbs, $2.90 3
376 lbs, $2.60, 1. 840 lbs, $2.25.
Milch Cows, Springers3 cows, 3 calves, $90-
2 cowts. $7 2 cows, $45 1 cow, 1 calf. $33.
SHEEPReceipts very light, only few odd
bunches coming in today. Feed lot stuff prin
cipally crossing scales. Prices steady with
week's advance. Sales.
Killing Sheep and Lambs150 shorn lambs,
82 lbs, $5.50 39 feed ewe lambs. 69 lbs. $5.50-
99 lbs. $5, 165 wethers. 103 lbs, $5 85 wethers.
B9 1ms. $5 165 wethers, 103 lbs, $5 85 wethers.
104 lbs, $5 15 shorn lambs, 79 lbs, $5 247
ewes, 103 lbs, $5 5 cull wethers, 94 lbs, $4 3
cull lambs, 63 lbs, $3.50.
Among the shippers on the market were.'
Swanholm, W. Dewolf, Windom E. J. Goetse,
Carver G. McConnell, Le Sueur W. McVay,
Epson A. J. Schilling. Delano L. B. Larson,
Minneapolis Charles O. Govin. Menominee City,
Wis. G. Gaidner, Hammond, Wis. T. A. Rude,
Sacred Heart.
ST. LOUIS LIVESTOCK. April 21.Cattle,
receipts, 400, including 200 lexans. Market
steady. Beef steers. [email protected] stockers and fed
ers, [email protected]: cows and heifers, [email protected]:
Texas steers, [email protected] cows and heifers, $2?
3.90. HogsReceipts. 1.400 market strong:
pigs and lights, $n.([email protected] packers. [email protected]
6.65. butchers and best heavy. $6.50ftiB70.
Sheen, receipts 2M market steady natives.
[email protected] lambs, [email protected]
HALLET & O
Grain Commission
112 Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis
MARFIELD-
GRIFFITHS CO.
GRAIN COMMISSION
MINNEAPOLIS CHICAGO
DULUTH MILWAUKEb
40 FER CENT PROFIT POINTERS.
Butte and St. Louis Mining Co. stock ad
ranced 40 per cent last month. Will ad
vance again soon. The Company own the
Kessler Mine (In Butte), which is sur
rounded by large producers, has three de
veloped veins and others undeveloped. Rail
road at mfce. Ore assays *15 to $100 per
ton, while smelter charges are only $3.50 to
$5 per ton. Honest and competent manage
ment. Bank references. For stock at sev
enty cents a share and full information call
or write R. B. Higbee. 508 to 511 Germanla
Life building, St. Paul, Minn.
MINNEAPOLIS. PULUTH.
Gregory, Jennison & Co.
Grain Commission.
RECEIVERS AND SHIPPERS.
Chas. E. Lewis & Co.
firain and Stock Brokers
Chamber of Commerce, Minneapolis.
Invite personal interviews and correspondence
relative -lurcbases and sale of grain, stocks,
bonds. Titrrmsm
Members All Exchanges.
Commission Orders Executed in
All Markets of the World:
BRANCH OFFICESSt. Cloud, Fetgu* Falja,
Comstock, Dulutb, Minnesota Fargo, Cassel
ton, Hunter, Hillsboro, Grand Forks, North
Dakota and Winnipeg.
WATSON & CO.,
BROKERS I N
GRMN, PROVISIONS, A
STOCKS AND BONDS
MEMBERS N. STOCK EXCHANGE.
New York Office24 Broad St.
Chicago CorrespondentsJ. H. Wrena
& Co.
Private wire, Chicago and New York.
Telephones.
N. W. Main 4492. N. W. Main 449*.
Twin City 184.
420-421 Chamber of Commerce.
Branch Office131 Guaranty Loan Bldg.
Ellsworth C. Warner
Denman F. Johnson
64
266 212
0411
2
332
78
139
117 6
Railroads entering the yards reported receipts
for the dav by loads 8 rollows: Cbl^aco Great
Great Western, 2 Chicago, Milwaukee & St.
Paul. 9 Chicago, St. Paul, Minneapolis &
Omaha, 18 Great Northern, 6 total, 35.
of stock Friday, April 2o:
Firm- Cattle.
175
2
Hogs.
2,685
11
Sneen.
302
14
51
Stocks, Grain Provisions
MEMBERS
New York Stock Exchange.
Chicago Board of Trade.
Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce.
Private wire to New York and Chicago.
58 CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
NEW YORK LIFE ARCADE..
The Deposits of
The Security Bank
Have Nearly Doubled in
Five Years.
April 6, 1901, $6,565,495.79
April 6, 1906, $11,366,308.66
0/ BONDS
/(J Absolutelysecured
by installment
first mortgages.
Minneapolis Trust Com
pany, Trustee. No bonds
better secured. Sold for
cash or on monthly installments.
United states Installment Realty Co.
300 KASOTA BUILDING.
Address W. D. MORSE, Treasurer.
Established 185S.
GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS.
CHAMBER of COMMERCE, BOARD of TRABX
Minneapolis, Milwaukee. Duluth, Chicago.
Consignments solic'ted. Orders in Futures exe
cuted in any market.
THEMcCAULL
DINSMORE CO.
Commission Merchants
915-16-17 Chamber of Commerce
Minneapolis Minn.
H. P0EBLEB COMPANY,
Established 1855.
GRAIN COMMISSION MERCHANTS
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE,
Minneapolis, Minn. Milwaukee, Wis.
BOARD O TRADE,
Dulut h, Minn. Chicago.
Orders In "Futures" Executed in any
Market.
The Van 'Dusen
Harrington Co.
GRAIN COMMISSION
Offices In Principal Markets.
Live Stock Commission, So. St. Paul
AMERICAN GRAIN CO-
MINNEAPOLIS.
WALTER 8. MoLAXTGHXIW, President,
ALLAH B. ELLIS, Secretary.
Saint Paul Union Stock Yards
he Great Live Stock Market of the Northwest.
No limit, to the demand for FAT CATTLE, BUTCHER CATTLE,
STOCKERS, FEEDERS, HOGS and SHEEP.
Why Not Give Us Your Patronage?
Write us. Correspondents,
W are especially in need of FAT CATTLE and PACKING HOGS. Supply not equal
'c the demand.
Gamble-Robinson
Commission Go.
Associate Houses at St. Paul, Mankato. Rocheste r. Minn., and Aberdeen 8. D.
MCLAUGHLIN & ELLIS
wnraiPEG.
ESTABLISHED 1879.
WOODWARD & O
MT:
Private Wire*.
GeorsaF. Piper
Walter D. Douglas
PIPER'
JOHNSON
& CO.
Brokers in i
Stocks and Bonds
Grain and Provisions
/C. 410,411 I PboneaN.W. M.
Chamber cl Commerce I 3421-3422 T. C. 322
Whallon,Case&Co.
601 Board of Trails
DULUTH. Wm. Dalrymple,
Wnr. Dalrymple Co. "c'.S^i
GrainCommission
Receiving a specialty. Advances made
to shippers. Orders for future delivery
executed in all markets.
ftlY MANHATTAN COMPANY
Has started work upon its property. If
'you wish to come in with me at this time
I will let you have: 1,000 shares for JIG
2,600 shares for $25 5,000 shares for $50
10,000 shares for $100. I consider this
the best chance open to the public today.
If you win, you will win heavily and soon.
Don't delay. Write or see me at once.
R. B. HIGBEE, 410-411 Germanla Life bdg
Established 1899. St. Paul. Minn.
H. POEHLER CG.
Jobbora In
Fruits, Vegeta-
ble*, Pro duo 9
DrledFrultn an of
Cannot* Goou*.
Liberal ad ranees ca ide ou
large consignments. Or.
ders filled promptly tt
everything In our Una
i
Grain-
Commission.
^|&inneapolis.
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