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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
CAPITALISTS SWAY
THE STOCK MARKET
•Powerful Interests Conducting
Operations Will Garner
Their Profits Later
Under This Stimulating Influ
ence Securities Are Attain
ing Greater Values
Xew York Stock lAnt
E. V. Uutton & Co.. 400 California street,
inensbcrs of the New York stock exchange, fur
nish the following li*t of boud and stock sales
jesterdav:
Sales j t=Tt»CKS |Hlghl laiw | Bid-i Ask
200!Allis-ChBlmors ..! 11 14: 11 II 111 x 4x 4
„ I Do pfd 3S S9
43,70< •'Amalg Copper .. 7.">S 75% 7.M41 75%
700,Ampr Bc«-t Sujrar CS% 37% :&% 30
j I»o pfd ! 943^ «>4%
70»Amer Can Co .. 11% H 11^4 U«s
300 Do pfd 75 74% 75 76
I,9oo, Anier C& F Co. 65ii 0.H4 IS (is»<,
». Do pfd 114^117
2.4OCi'Anier CV.t Oil ..;CBVs G7 CB%l 68%
»«..... Do pfd I 105 \lOVi
Amer Hide & L..j «»4 '*?
«Xi Do pfd I .^Ni 37 14 3« a^Vs
COO Amor Ice Pecur.. 26* 4 2«V4 28%) 27
100 Amer inseed ... 14 14 14 15
•'i. Do pfd 38 :i:»
2,100 Amer l^ooomotive 53% 51 \~ 53 51 Vi
j-- - 1 I»o pfd ! US 114
1 iAfcier Malt i 6Va "
2001 Do lifd j 44 1^. 44 44 44%
22.5^» ; Amer S & R Co..| S4U Sl^ 54% S4H
»(Vt! Do pM 1107 106$ i 10TU 107 V»
! l,4oo|Am«-r Supar ... 124 il23^ 123%1124
. _ Do idi 121 1123%
1.900' Amor g Fdvs ..| tWJ-4 5734 60 I c.l
2,2iX>Ara-r T4: f Co.. 13S> 4 137 >» 137% 13K
»^....Am.-r Tob pfd ...*.... 90 I 97
TnojUaer w«x>len ...I 37^1 .",7 37«il 38
2001 r»o pfd |iC"iu ioo»4 ioo»*ii(«>^4
4.soi>'Anaconda t 45^ 44% 45% 4")%
l.loO!AUantic C Line..|l3l 12»^!130 s *!l3l
I 11,01(0 A T & Santa Fe..jll4U 112H!I14i* 114%
' i Do pfd I JIO2 IHW
3,K«> Bait & Ohio U2%]Uo%jll2t£]ll2H
\u25a0»......( Do pfd 92 02%
4OO.Bethlciiem Steel.. 31 304 30H; 31
% ( l»o pfd { «0
40.700 ( B R T 60%] 7£«b! 80? i ?0%
' Canada So i fis 70
. 3.70" Canadian Pac ... ISA'% IXl}~ is 3* 4 lfyi
; 9.40U-C & O Sl^t B8 57%
, :c k A Big 51M.
«K),C G W 29 28 2^ 23^
200 Do pfd 54% 54 54% 55
: 1.200 C&N W 154 153 1M" 5 !134
S.OO'TiC M&St T .... 143^;142 143»g:14:JH
20O: Do pfd 159V,;15;* 159 115flVa
. IS.SCKi'Cen Leather ... 40 i 4*24 45^! 46
30«3| Do pf.l 10S 107%j107%J108
; 'central of S J .- < !2»0 300
Chicago Tcr I - 4
I Do pM 12 !•*
C C C &. St L 87 8S
! Do pfd jIOO 101
l.OOOiColrt Fuel & 1.. 41 33^] 4O^ 41
• Do pfd 113 V* 115
Col Hook C& I 13 14&
I.2ot''C«lo Southern .. 60^1 57« i 00% 61
! Do Ist pfd.... 79 SO
', Do 2.1 pfd 77%! '^
2.20 C» Cons-olidnled <;hs. |l44i < iI42U I+* I++ 1 *
50i»iCorn Pioducts ..| 17% 1 17 17^4 17-V
r— Do pfd 1.....J..... 7S^ 7«J- +
40n'nel & Hodßon.'.|l7«^!l73 17r>Ji 174 V,
!|» L & W 590 j6OO
L6OOJD & R G 42 I 40%' «% 42H
Do pf<l 7S«i 79
. Diamond M*Mi 1O<» ICB
....... DiX Swurilies... 32^! 31%\ 32 82)4
iDuluth SS & A .j HH 15
3<W Do pfd 27V 2 ! 26^ 27H 2S
2.U"i!Erie 30ig 2»%j 301; 3014
SOOi Do Ist pfd 4S»» 48% **% 49
i'-'mL i Dopfd 37 |3934
.VH< (Wn Electric 153 152 152%]153
l,2»X»c,t North Ore.. OS^ «7,4 CfcuJ «>9
12.0(Xi<;t North pfd . \u008413R-i;i3oV* 135\j139
300 Illinois Central .. 140 jl4o 140 i 140^4
5.000 Interlx.ro- Metro .| 22% 22 22Ss| 22^
5,400 Dopfd 57T, 57 57% 57",
». jlntor Merc Mar 6 6>4
.^«.... Dopfd 19 20
SOO Inter Paper 13^4 13% 134 14
—....! Dopfd 52 53%
SOO Inter Pump : 47^ 46% 4CU, 47
.»_....( Dopfd 84% 85
200: lowa Central .... 23 23 22% 23
6001 Do pfd 42% 42 4Ui 43
600.X C Southern... 36% 36% ?fi<± 36%
"\u25a0»—.... Dopfd 66% 67
....... Lake Erie & W 4 J2 23
! Dopfd HO 6214
1,600, L & N 151^!143J4 151 Vi 151%
" ....... iMackay R»% 94
i ~..... Dopfd 76ij 77
400 Manhattan 136>4 133 136^ 133
" »^....|M.et St Ry 15 20
\u25a0ftOOjMeslcan Central . 27% 27% 27% 28
....... Minn & St L 30 32
~ w-.! Do Ist pfd j 140 141
300; MSt P & S S M.IISDT, 139% 139% 140
.„ I Dopfd 1 147 152
4.V00 M X Ac T 42V4 41 42% 42W
100 Do pfd 73 73 72% 73'
l,Soo| Missouri Pacific. 70% 70 70% 70%
; ».-.... Nash Chat &St L 159 160
I.7oo,National Lead... 83^ 52% 83 83%
L*m»>»- Do pfd. :. 107% 109'
.'n~i- v«t<^»i Biecnit 100 109%
«^.... Do pfd 122%
, *\u0084,..., N T Air Brake R3 84
11,5OO;N V Central 124%, 122% 124% 124%
• t«.li- ] X YC&St I* 59 59%
< \u25a0>—...( Do Ist pfd 100 101
Do 2d pfd. 82% 87
«*~..-- IN YNH & U 155 155%
3,200: X V Ont & W.. 45% 45% 45% 45? i
T^OOjNorfoik & West. 105% 103 i» 105 105%
ra^*»,..| Do pfd 90 95
I,ooo. North American.. 77% 76 77 78
U.*ooi Northern Pacific. 136 V* 133% 135*4 136
•t-ur \u25a0 nnetn ™ cti ° 148 149
-Iw^»..-1 Do pfd 165 175
«»»».«..; Pacific Coast. 110 112
. •«»... Pacific Mail 30*4 31
£00 Pacific Tel & Tel 3S 36% 37 38
,'w.^,.. Do pfd 04% fls
• R R Co. 137 135% 137 137%
POOlPeople's Gas 111% 110% 111 111%
200 Pittsborir C0a1... 21% 21 21% 22
I—-..-- Do pfd 74% 75
XSOO PCC iEt L.. 103 T « 102% 103% 104
fi ;j|- Dopfd- U4 116
SOO Pressed Steel Car 44 43% 44 44%
;»-r— •: Dopfd. 103 104
J 120,300 Reading . 16S 163 % 167% 167? i
l- -- »... Do Ist pfd. 91 92%
*i^.... Do 24 pf d 103% 104
• Republic Stc I. 35,4 37 P. 8% 3R%
*».,«... Do pfd- 101% 101%
' SJUOO Hook Island Co. 4»V4 46-i 49 49%
200 Do pfd 82% t>2 92 4 A3
' I^oo Sloss Shef S& I. SO 78 79% NO
<^.S. Dopfd 115 121
,——_... StL & SF Ist pfd. ...„ 70 72
'^CIOO Do 2d pid 61 50 51 51%
soo:st l& s w.... 31 m 30% 31
Do pld_ 74 70% 74 74%
«. £s^oo: Southern Pacific. 127 125% \2H"% 127
. 2,oOO,Southern By 2H% 27% ]28% 25%
I^lool Do pfd. 64% r^i% CA*4 64%
Copper.^ SO% 31
Pacific... 22 31% 31% 32
2Oo.Third Areaue.... 7U 7% 7 ~\
200 Tol St L & W M . 43 43 42% 43%
..mmmr-'-\ Dopfd-...«. , 64 C 5%
500 Twin City E T.. 114, 114 11314,114
• «»\u25a0»... Cnloo Bag i P. S 10
'•»—••• D <> P f^ 64 69
• MJiOO Union Pacific... ISS% 155% ISS% 1S8&
800 Do pfd „.. 98 97% 97% »«
.».».».. U RotS P.^ — .16% S7
' ..^... \u25a0 Dopfd 64 <>«
U S Cast Iron P. 24% 24 24 24%
. ,->...,•... Dopfd 74 76
•\u25ba—^j- ]V S Express 125 ISO
: TOGO S Robber 44% 44% 44 44%
. m .».. Do Ist pfd ! '116 IJO%
'.. Do 24 pfd jBO 81
tfi«3,BOo!u S Ste«l Cor... K7% RM4I 57% R7»4
1.900! Do pfd 122% 121*,!122 122%
\u25a0•*•\u0084 SOOlrt&h Copper 47% 46Vi 4» i 47%
COOIVa-Car Cheia Co. 60 58% f.9% 60
\u25a0'._.. ' Do pfd 123 125
BOOjWabtsh 22 21% 21%' 22
8,4001 Do pfd 45% 46% 4S 4*%
.m - IXr«.ll«.Piirgn Ex 175 ISS
.— " •\u25a0 BOOiWertern Cnion... 73 72% 72% 73
700 Werttnghouse ... C 7% 66' 67% 6S
„-. k:*t. E 4 5
Do Ist nffl ft 11
fSZTt- Do 2d pfd 1 5% R«
: Wisconsin Central 53 52% i 52% 53'
•^STl^XW —^Total shares sold.
J<, • • JVetr A'ortc BnndK
{ITS r«f 2« rep. .100% Int Met 4%s 80%
Do coajynn. I^o% 'nt Mer Mar 4%s G6%
* Do 3s res 102% Japa.n 4s ni%
» Do coupon ....102% Do 4%s «<ss;
Do 4s reg "4% Kan City So Ist 3a 72%
j Po cocdoj 114% L Shor deb 45.193] 93%
Alli»-Casl Ist ss. 7»%{L & X unified 4s. ftß'
Axner Attrical 55.1f>2% -M. X & Tex Ist 4s OS%
AEicr T&T ct 4».102% Do ten 4%s ... 88%
• Amer Tobacco 4». 78% Mo Pacific 4a 79%
Do 6s 107% Do ct 5« ctfx.. SH%
Ariaour 4%« .... "2% N X of Mcx 4%5. 94%
Do ct 4s itJfcj Do deb 4s 95%
Do cr Ni I l * jN'Y.NH &H cv 65.133%
AtlAO Cl/ Ist 4s. l>4 Nor i W Ist con4s 95%
Belt &• Ohio 45.. 95% Do ct 4s 105%
Do B»*e *1 Pacific 4s 100%
Do S VT 3%*.. ?*>*4> Do 3s 72%
Brooklyn Tr pt 4s 85% O S Line rfd* 4s. 92%
Central of Ga 58.307% Pa ct 3%5, 1915. «6%
C*nt Leather 5»..100% Pa ron 4s 104%
«;RE of NJ gn 55.123% Reading gea 4g... 95%
Cb/!» & Ohio 4%8.101% St L & S Vtg 4*. 82%
Do rcf 5s 94*4 D » *«• c * 88
Chi & Alton 3%5. 74 St LS W con 4«. 77
C B& Q Joint 45 95% Do l»t gold 45.. fti%
Do cen 4s !»S% feabowd A L 4s. 83%
C.M& SIP m 3'i* N6%!So Pacific col 45.. 90%
C.RI& P«c col 4s M% Do ot 4« ...... 101 %
*Do refdp 4g SlO j Do Ist ref 45.. 95
Colo Indus 55..-.. 79 So Hallway 65.... 106
i Oulo J^ldlead 4«.. 77% Do gen 4s 78%;
PRICES SOARING
IIS WALL STREET
NEW YORK, April 13.— The rise
of prices of stocks which occurred
today was without any change in
conditions to explain beyond a
rather marked concurrence of
speculative sentiment in its favor.
There was a general conviction
about the stock exchange that the
advance had the assent, if not the
active co-operation, of the finan
cial groups most influential in
market movements. The move
ment in United States Steel was
the most effective factor in con
veying this impression.
Bankers and corporation rep
resentatives expressed themselves
hopefully of the prospects for
business and of the good effects
of the delay in the decision of the
anti-trust cases.
It was noticeable that the cop
per stocks shared in the advance,
although it had been taken for
granted that the contemplated
merger would be held in abeyance
until the anti-trust cases define
the permissible field for such a
merger.
The operations which advanced
prices were concentrated in char
acter, and did not appear to come
from scattered sources, the belief
prevailing that orders were exe
cuted on a large scale for account
of the powerful capitalists who
attempt to influence and to lead
market movements with the pur
pose of attracting a miscellaneous
following, depending on that for
the profitable marketing of their
accumulations.
A factor in encouraging opera
tions in stocks was a lightening
of the pressure on New York
banking reserves. The United
States treasury has been making
the monthly disbursement of pen
sion money, and the subtreasury
operations contribute a daily bal
ance to the New York banks from
this cause. The placing with for
eign purchasers of railroad note
issues has helped to relax the for
eign exchange market and to
check the outflow of gold.
The immediate weather news
from the winter wheat regions
was ignored today, and cheerful
views were held of the aggregate
yield of the crops promised under
the incentive of the high prices
prevailing. Estimates of the heavy
acreage in contemplation for the
next cotton crop and the spring
planting were an clem-ent in the
feeling.
Final prices were sustained near
the best in face of some realizing.
Bonds were irregular. Total
sales (par value), 52,590,000.
United States bonds were un
changed on call.
\u25a0 ~.~~ .~s~-
Col So r&ext 4%s 9S Union Pacific 45.. 100%
Del & Hud cv 4s. 99% Do cv 4s 108%
Den & Rio G 4s. 95 Do Ist & ref 4s. 97 1 *
Do ref 5s 93 U S Rubber 6s. ..103%
Distillers 5s 72% D S Steel 2d 55.. 104%
Erie prior lien 4s. S3 Va Car Cbein 55.. 9!Hi
Do gen 4s 74% Wabash Ist 5s 10S%
Do cv 4s, f-er A 79% Do Ist & ext 4s. 71'«
Do cv 4s, ser B 72^4 Western Md 45... M? 4
Gen Elect cv 55.. 142 Westing El ct ss. SSt 8S t 8
111 Cen Ist ref 4s 97% Wis Central 4g... 93
New York Mlnln«r Stocks
Alice 2.7T.!Leadvllle Con .... 05
Brunswick Con .. OH\ Little Chief 06
Com Tun Sto«-k.. 29JMexican 1.23
Com Tun Bonds.. is Ontario 2.50
Con Va Mm Co.. I.oo|Ophir 1.25
Horn Silver "OjSraudard 65
Iron Silver I.6s] Yellow Jacket ... i>3
Xcir York Curb Stocks
Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask.
Amer Tob ..482 465 Net Utah .. 1 11-16
Bay State G. % % Nipisslng .... 10 10%
Bocton Con.. 17 20 San Toy .... 25 33
Brit 00l Cop. 6 OVi Standard Mm 17 20
Bte Coalition 23 23% Do pfd ... 51 56
Chi Subway. 2% 2% Standard 011.63S 642
Cum Ely ... (i 7 Super & Pitts 13 13%
Davis Daly.. 2% '2% Tr Bullion. 1 3-16 1 15-16
Dolores fl 7 Ton Exten .. SOe 90c
Dom Copper. 102 105 United Coppr. H»i 7
El Rayo ... 2% 3 Do pfd ... 15 30
First N Cop. 2*i 3 United It Co. 12 15
Giroux 8% 8% Yukon Gold.. 4Vi 4%
Gld Cons ... ~% 7«i Ray Central.. 3 5-16 3%
Gld Daisy .. 7c 8c Ray Con ... lf)% 20
Gld Florence. 2 2% Ohio 3% 3»;
Greene Can.. 9% 9»i Braden 4% 4%
Gvx Express.lSs 200 Ely Con ... 9-16 11-16
Kerr Lake .. 6% 8% Chi no 3:5% 13>i
La Rose ... 4 1-16 4% Inspiration 7 5-l« 7 7-16
Miami 24% 24% Con Ariz ... 27-182 1 /-
Mines of Am 48 CO (Mays 144 145
Montg Sho... % Til June 42 46
Nev Con ... 21? i 21%|jan 47 4S
Boston Copper Stocks
BOSTON, April 13. — The Boston copper shares
market is active and higher on a considerably
larger volume of trading. The entire list bhows
a greatly Improved tone. Under the leadership
of North Butte, which rallied to 39%. a gain
of 4% polnu, the entire list bas advanced in
sympathy. Arizona Commercial at 18 is I*4
hU"h«r. Calumet and Arizona at 66% is 3 higher.
Lake &t 55% is 2 higher. Isle Ruyale at 18%
is 1% up and Superior at 46 is 1 up. Butte
Coalition. Miami and Greene Canauea arc all
active and show good fractional advances.
-v-: loilowinc li*t is furnished by E. I' Hut
•i- & Co.. 450 California street. San IVmslßcn:
Bid. AsU. Bid. Ask.
Adventure .. *%, — Newhouoe ... 2 2%
Allouez 47% 48% North Butte.. 39% 39%
Arcadian ... •> 6% Ney Cons ... 21% 21* i
Ariz Com .. 18% 19 North Lake... lOa-i 17
Atlantic 7% S Old Dominion 36% :'7»A
A P •*>% *> lOEceola 142 144
Do pfd ... 17 17%]OJibway n 05:
BaLattala ... 9% 10 | Parrot 13 iniJ.
Bte Coalition 23»4 2:?% Qulncy ...... *4 S3"
Cal &. Aril.. 66 67 Shannon rJTi i:{
Cal & Hecla.soo 600 Santa Fe ... 2 2%;
Centennial •• 19% 20% United Shoe.. 7O 70%
Oojipr Range 71% 72 ) Do pfd ... '2*\ Lin,i
Daly West.. 8% » Roper & B»*t 12% 1::
F.aet Butte.. 8% ss;jsi!per & Pitts 13 j4
Franklin .... H^; 15 Super Copper. 47% 48»A
Granby 44% 45 Tamarack ... 5« 60
Hancock .... 22% 2314 Trinity 0% 7'X
Helvetia .... 3% 4 US Mining. 43% 44
Isle Royale.. S% 9 Do pfd ... 49% 50
Indiana .... .4>i 4~A Utah Apex .. 3 r,u,
Kerr Lake. .. S»i » Utah Cons ... 21 iuii
Keweenaw .. 4"4 4 % Victoria .... ;j% 4
Lake Copper. 57 87% Wolverine ...123Vi124
I a Salle ... 14% 15 VI Wyandotte .. 2 —
Ma»« Con .. 7% 7% Wlnona 8% 9
Mexico Cons. 3 3% Greene Can... 9% »•>;
Mich Mm ..5 6 Giroux S% 8?i
Mohawk .... 52 54 '*
Boston Curb Stocks
Bid. Ask.l Bid. Ask.
Ariz & Mich- 35 43 [Mason V. ..1 l-ie 1 3.J6
Ahmeek ....170 175 N«t Douglas. 2« 2%
Bohemia ... llVi 11% Oneco ....... 4vl 4%
Boston Ely.. ,3Vi 3%|Raw Coalition 37' 3S
Cactus 39g •"% San Antonio.. 10 iou
Chief Cons. 1% 1 15-16 South Lake.. 9% 9*A
Corbin 7% 8 Majestic SO SI
Ely Witch... H> 23 Inspiration ..794 7U
Keystone ... 4 4% Dfa 2S 2&k
Live On* ... 19 20 * "
l.oudon Closing Stocks
Cons for money.. SI Loulbt & Nash 153%
Do for acct.. Bl3-16 M, X & Texas..;. 42%
Amal Copper .... 70% N T Central 126U
Anaconda 9% Norfolk Jk West.. .loo
Atehlson 115% Do pfd 02
Do pfd 105% Ont & Western... 46Vi
Btlt &. Ohio 114 Pennsylvania G9%
Can Pacific 187% Rand Mines 9%
Ches & 0hi0.... 88% Reading sr.ii
Chi Great West- . 29 So Railway ... . 2SiI
Chi, Mil & St P.UO Do pfd «5%
De Beers ... J9i,fc So Pacific 128%
Den & Rio G 4l&i Union Pacific ...IlUO^i
Do pfd SOW Do pfd ..100
Erie 30% U S 5tee1. ....... 87? i
;Do Ist pfd..... 49% Do pfd 124%
Do 2d pfd .39 Wabash 22
Grand Trunk .... 29 V4 Do pfd 48
111 Central 142f 4 Spanish 4s 95*4
Bar silver — Steady; 24 9-16 d per ounce.
Money— 2% ©3 per cent,.*
The rate of discount In the open market for
short bills Is 3 13-16©3% per cent and for
three months 1 bills 3%Ca,3 15-16 per cent.
Treasury Statement
WASHINGTON. April 3.— The condition of
the treasury at the beginning of business today
was as follows: '
Trust funds— Gold coin. $853,634,809; 6ilver
dollars. $490,920,000: silver dollars of 1890
$3,751.000: silver certificates outstanding. $490.
020.000.
General fund— Standard silver dollars in gen
eral fund. $985,706; current liabilities, $lOS -
JKW.2OB: working balance in treasury offices
J222.642.180: in banks to credit of tre^urer
of United States, $35,275,727; subsidiary Oliver
coin. (21.562,805: minor coin. $1,260,859; - total
balance in general fund,. $54,308, 495.
New York Money Market T-\T -\
NEW. YORK. April 13.— Money on call, 3H
THE SAN FRANCISCO : CALL, THURSDAY; APRIL 14, 1910.
People's WatcrßondsFallßacK;
Brisk Trade in Deposit Receipts
per cent; ruling rate and closing bid, 3U per
cent; offered at 3% per cent.
Time loans a shade easier; 60 and 90 days,
4U per cent; nix months, [email protected]% per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 4 ; J4<&5 per cent.
Sterling exchange, steady, with actual busi
ness in bankers' Mils at [email protected] for CO"
day bills and $4.5770 for demand.
Commercial l>ills. $4.83%@4.54.
Bar silver, 5«% c.
Mexican dollars; 44c.
Government bonds, steady; railroad bonds, ir
regular.
Northern Bunlneas
PORTLAND, April 13.— Clearings, $2,261,024;
Imlances. $212,105.
TACO.MA. April 13.— Clearings, $874,300; bal
ances, $79,73:!.
SEATTLE, April 13.— Clearings. $3,434,490;
balances, $437,053.
SPOKANE, April 13.— Clearings, $537,605; bal
ances, $84,204.
l..«:uis. Exchange and Silver
Prime mercantile paper s<ff;6 per cent
Loans on real estate 5%<&S l>« cent
Sterling exchange, CO days — ($4.84%
Sterling exchange, sight — (<44.t>S
Sterling exchaiißC. cables —(^4.89
New York exchange, slßht — <St 5"
New York exchange, telegraphic. — (y) ~%
ilougkong exchange, sight — (® •43%
Horcickong exchanse, telegraphic. — (& 43%
Silver, per ounce — ® r>3%
Mexican dollars, nominal — M 50
CONTINENTAL
New York on Paris 517^
New York on Mexico j .~®l*>v
i'aris ou London 2ij.2s}(j
Ilerlin on London
STOCK MARKET
There was a very fair business of $60,000 iv
bonds on the stock and bond exchnnue jester
ilav. There was a reaction in the People's water
5 per cent bonds from $7« on Tuesday to
J73.50 under lteht sales. In stocks Northern
California Power Cousolidated advanced to
$62.50; Alaska packers to $!>2: Oro water, llcht
and power to $56 bid. and Philippine telegraph
and telephone to $18.50 bid. Associated oil was
slightly weaker. California street cable was
ex dividend of 00c.
The feature of mining stocks was the large
trading in Comstock deposit receipts. Ihey
sold at about the quotations for the regular
stocks, which were generally higher. Notice
has been sent to stock holders that the time in
which to make deposits of stock with the
Crocker national bank in exchange for the re
ceiiits under the terms of the circular of March
7 will expire on April 15, but that any stock
holder will have n right to withdraw his de
posited stock without expense at any time
within 30 days after the newly proposed plan
of' Comstock reorganization is published.
The southern Nevada stocks were moderately
active, without any changes of note. The Bel
mont books closed yesterday for the election of
officers Iv May. ' ,
The Bank of California national association
will pay a regular quarterly dividend of $4.50
per share, or nt the rate of 18 per cent per
annum, on April 15.
The California fruit canners' association will
pay a regular monthly dividend of 00c per share
on April 20.
At the regular annual meeting of the stock
holders of the California fruit canners' asso
ciation the following directors were rlectPil:
William Fries, S. L. Goldstein, R. I. Bentley,
Francis Cutting. F. Tilluiann Jr.. M. J. Fon
tana. William Thomns, C H. Bentley. W. .(... B.
de Fremery. Joseph Hytnan and Wyatt H. Allen.
Officers were chosen as follows: William Fries,
president ; S. L. Goldstein, vice president and
treasurer; R. I. Bentley. second vice president;
Francis Cutting, third rice president; R. I.
Bentley, general manager: M. J. Fontana, gen
eral superintendent; T. B. Daweon, assistant
general superintendent: Charles B. Tarr. sec
retary. Presid'-nt Fries reports that during the
year dividends amounting to $208,185 were paid
"and that the aggregate of surplus and '; con
tingent reserve now amounts to $1,407,930.
AsseKKinent Directory Com»tock Mines
Company — No. Del. Board. Sale Day. Amt.
Cen. Eureka.. 23 Mar. 13 Apr. 23 .02%
Confidence .. 55 Mar. 21 Apr. 15 ..!>>
Overman 33 Mar. 31 Apr. 2. .10
Potosi 13 Apr. 2 Apr. 28 .10
Sierra Nev... 21 Apr. 2 Apr. 2i .10
Utah 10 Apr. 8 May 3 .Oj
Con. Imperial 69 Apr. 15 May 12 .01
Ophlr 88 Apr. 16 May 16 .20
Exchequer ... 1« " Apr. 25 May 18 .U'
Savage 18 May 2 May 27 .10
Bullion 17 M«y 8 June 16 .<V>
Con. Virginia. 14 May 9 June 3 .-0
STOCK AXD BOXD EXCHANGE
WEDNESDAY, April 13—10:30 a. in.
UNITED STATES BONDS
Bid. Ask.) Bid- Ask.
4s qr cp new — — |3s qr coup... — —
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
\la A W r»8. — -r Oak Tran »',5.107% —
Am REI ss. 02U — Oak Tran 55. 105 —
Asso Oil ss. H7H — O Tran CnC«.lo4^i —
Bay CPC 68.102& - O.Trac Cn 5s 98% 90
Cal C G ss. — 100 O Trac Co 5s — —
Cal U& E g 0 W Rtd 3s. 97 90%
ra &ct r*.loo — Om Cable os. -; .108
Cal st C G5.103% — Pac Gin 4s. S.> —
Crl Wine ss. 57% — P L Ry 55.. — 1O,»
C?ty El I 58.. 80% Olii Pac I,&P ss. OS% S»0
C O Wat Ss.lOOVi — Do srtd. 55. 101%, —
Do g m R 5s «0% 03% Pae T&T 55.. 99^100%
Ed El LA 68.100 — P & C H 6s. 'M —
Ed l^tP (is. 107 * i — P& O 8_ 65.100 —
DuPt P 4%s $6 00 People's Wss .3 i 3%
First I* Tros.lol% — Powell st 65.. 100 —
P&C II 6s. — 102 Sac KG&RSs. — 104
II C& ST. 5.104 103% S Diego R ss. -— —
Uon Ii X -5-.107 — IS J UP ss. 08K 00%
L Tahoe Rss »7% — IS FElßyss 03 —
L A Elec T.s.lOlVi — SF.O & SJ3s. — 108
LAG & E155.10l 1*102% DoJM mgSs On —
Do Cor 55. 100% — fDosCon ss. — U,%
LA Ry 5k.. 105% — 8J& SCR 4 Vis — 00
LAL gid 55.100 — Sierra R Cs.. — —
LAP lcm 35.104% — S P of C 6s
LAP Cal 05.100% — . (1012) . ... .103 —
Marin W ss. — — MO 1c k 08.115% —
Mkt Kt.C <!s.l(i:{ — S P B It e5.124% —
Do lcm ss. {•:> — SPRR Ist r4s «.>% 00
MV& MtTss. — — Stkn G&E 6s. 100% —
NKof C 58.112=4 — SV W k rog4s — 92%
NO Ry 55.. — — IT G & E ss. J>B% —
NCP Co 55.102 105 UR of SF 4s. 70* i 71 V*
NCPCn 5s 07 — ValleJo.Ben &
X El C« ss. — 'J2'/ij Napa RR5s 7o —
O GL&H ss. — — [Val Co P ss. 101*4102%
WATER STOCKS
Marin Co . . 00 — |S V Wat Co. 47 \'< —
GAS AND \u25a0KLECTRIC STOCKS
City El Co.. 58 ,5!) Pan L pfd... 76V4 —
N Cal Power <R! 63 Do com ... — —
(»r<> W, IA.P s<» — -
INSURANCE STOCKS
Cnl Ins Co.. — piJitPnc C Cas Co. 154 —
Firemn's Fd. — 275 I
BANK STOCKS
\m Nt ltk. — 135 First Natnl..2+s —
\nclo & I.'mi.l.VJVi — Mer Nat Bk. — —
Bank of Ca1.410%413% S F Kntioiial. — —
Cont Truct.. — — Union T Co.. — —
SAVINGS KANKS
Get S & L.2785 — |S F Say 1T.. 525 —
Hum S 8k.125 150 ISav & L So.. — 125
Mut 'Sav Bk. — 70 |Sec Say Bk.. — 340
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS
California .. — — iPrPßldio ..... — " 45
POWDER STOCKS
Dv Pont pfd «>Yt I>2 Gluut Con ..78% 80
Do com ..130 142 [
SUGAR STOCKS
Hawaiian C. 42 43 Makawell SC 55 —
Honokaa S C 20% — Onomea S O. 53^ 54%
Hutch Sl'O 19 20 Paanhau S C. 28% 29
Kilauea S C. 14 • — Union ,S Co.. 099 i —
OIL STOCKS
Amal Oil Co: — 75 Sterlinjr Oil.. 2 3%
Auto Oil Co. 49% W CoHKt O pf — 101
Palmer Oil.. — 1.35 Do com ... — —
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
Alaska PA: 01*4 92V&1 Pac Aux FA 4 —
Cai F C A..loiy«lo2Vi Pac C 80rax. 154 —
Cil Wine A. 33& — Pac T4T pfd 95% —
MV& MtTm. — — "Do com ... 30% —
N Alas S C.113% — [Philip T&T 18y a —
SALES
Morn liir Session
Board — \u25a0 -
20 Associated Oil Co . 50.00
25 Associated Oil C 0....... 49.87%
5 Associated Oil Co. cash... 49.87'^
300 Hutclilnson Sugar Plantation. . .10.0(1 •
ION Cal Power Co Con .\u25a0 (J1.50
20 Oro, . Wate* L & P 55.00
$2,(KK) Associated OH. Co 55,. 1)7.25
$1,000 City Electric Co 5a i»l.oo
§1.000 People's WatPr Co 5s 74 .25
*4.0W) People's Water Co ns 74.00
$9,000 United 11 R of S V 4s 71.00
- Street — -
50 Pacific -Liehtinsr Corp (pfd).... 77.00
300 Pacific Tel & Tel (common).... 3fi.62i4
$1,000 Oakland Traction Co 5s ....... J)2. 50 '
$1,000 Pacific Light & Power Co 5s 05. 50
$2,000 People's Water Co 65.... ...... 74.0214
515.000 Edison Elect Co of Los Ang 55.100.G2^
\u25a0 -' Afternoon Session ', ' i
Board — . .
50 Alaska Packers* Assu .........'\u25a0. 01.87%
65 Alaska ' Packers' Assn \u25a0...1)2.00
30 Associated Oil Co. ragh.. ...... 49.50
10 N Cal Power Co C0n. :........ '62. 50- '
20 Spring Valley Water Co./ 47.50
$1,000 Cal Gas & El G M &. C T 55.. 100. 00
SI, OOO Peoples- Water Co 5s 74.00
$2,000 People's Water Co 55.. ........ 73.75
$1,000 People's Water Co 55...... 73.50 -
\u25a0 -:\u2666 .Street — :\u25a0\u25a0' \u25a0' ' : \u25a0 - - \u25a0. \u25a0.
25 Bank of California. N A. . V. . .410.50
$5,0i;0 American River Elect 55... . ....92.60
$11,000 Pacific Tel & Tel 5»... -...100.00
. UNLISTED SALES
1,000 People's \u25a0 Water (c0mm0n) ...... 2.75 '
100 People's" Water (common). .. 2.X7V4
$1,000 Pacific Grs & Electric 55.. .... 07.25'
$12,000 North Pacific; Coast 55. ..... ..101.00
Mining Stock* .
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
i Following were the sales on the San Francisco
stock and exebauge board yesterday:
. COMSTOCKS
Regular Morning Session
300 Bullion 18 200 Hale & Norc. 42
1 300 Caledonia .... 55 200 Mexican - 1--;
2000 Con Imperial. 06 800 Ophir ....... .I.^o
500 Con Va M....1. 10 500 Seg Belcher . . 24
300 Crown Point.. 96 100 Union .. ..'•••• <4
300 Gould & Cur. 30 400 Utah 10
, m ..:. Deposit Receipts : . , '
1000 Alpha 091 000 Kcntuck IS
1000 At la n HOO Mexican 1.27%
1000 Andes i^> 600 Ophlr -l^o
ti(X) Belcher ..... 91 500 Overman ...1.32%
500 Bullion ...... is 400 Potosl 50
1000 Chollar 22 1100 Savage 32
500 Con Va M....1.10 1000 Seg Belcher .. 25
800 Crown Point.. 93 200 Sierra Nev ... a 5
500 Exchequer . 24 100 Sierra Nev ... 56
500 Uould & Cur. 30 1600 Union ......... 75
800 Hale & Norc. 42 500 Yellow Jacket. .95
1000 Justice ... 13 ">2OO Yellow Jacket, 94
600 Justice is
„. \u25a0 Afternoon Session 'l'- 1 .
200 Caledonia .... 54 100 Mexican ....1.27%
300 Chollar 22 200.Ophlr 1.23
500 Confidence ...1.10 200 Ophlr 1.27%
200 Confidence .1.12% 100 Sierra Nev ... 55
500 Con Va M l.io 100 Union 75
200 Con Va M..1.12»> 100 Yellow Jacket." 95
300 Gould & Cur. 30
,„\u25a0* ' lnforma Session
1200 Andes •. 13 500 Mexican ....1.32%
100 Belcher <xi 200 N Gould & C. 24
500 Challenge Con 30 100 N Gould & C. 25
100 Con Va M 1.15 200 Ophlr ....1.35
200 Con Va M..1.17% 200 Ophir 1.32%
100 Do, s 5 1.20 WOO Ophir 1.35
500 Con Va M....1.20 300 Potosi 57
400 Con Va M 1.25 200 Seg Belcher .. .24
800 Con Va M 1.30 300 Seg Belcher .. 25
."00 Crown Point.. - 95 100 Union 75
500 Gould & Cur. 31! 300 Union 77
2000 Mexican 1.30|
Deposit Receipts
1000 Alpha 091 500 Gould & Cur.. 34
2400 Alpha 10 1000 Hale> & Norc. . 43
1100 Alpha 11 400 Justice 17
3oOo.Andes 13 2000 Kent uck 20
500 Andes 12 1500 Mexican 1.30
200 Belcher 92 SKK) Mexican 1.32%
nuo Belcher in 600 Mexican 1.33
I. WO Bullion i<» 1200 Ophlr 1.27%
2N)U Chollar 22 200 Ophlr ...1.30
1500 Con Va M..1.17% 700 Ophir 1.57%
000 Con Va M 1.15 300 Overman 1.30
700 Con Va M..1.22% 1700 Overman 1.35
700 Con Va M..1.27% 800 Potosi 51
800 Con Va M... .1.30 900 Potosi 55
lt>oo Crown Point.. HO 1000 Potosl 57
1800 Crown Point.. !)5 200 Potosi si>
400 Crown Point.. 97 1400 Savage 32
tiOO Crown Point.. 94 2000 Savage ... 34
400 Exchequer ... 24 1000, Seg Belcher .. 23
300 Exchequer ... 25 liWO Sierra Nev ... 56
'MO Exchequer ... 26 2000 Sierra Nev ... 55
1400 Gould & Cur. 31| 100 Sierra Nev ... 57
000 Gould &. Cur. 32)3800 Union 70
700 Gould & Cur. 331 800 Union 77
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
Bid.Ask.l Bid. Ask.
Alpha 09 11 Justice 13 —
Alta 10 — Kentuck 18 20
Audes 12 13 Lady Wash .. 10 —
Belcher 89 01|Mexlcan 1.32 1.35
Bullion 17 20 Occidental .... 28 —
Caledonia 53 07 Ophir 1.35 1.40
Challenge Con 30 33 Overman 1.32 1.37
Chollar 22 24 Potosi 50 —
Confidence ...1.10 — Savage 32 34
Con Imperial. 05 06iScorpion 07 09
Con.Va M 1.25 1.30 Seg Belcher .. 24 25
Crown Point.. 98 I*oo Sierra Nev ... 56 58
E Sierra Nev 09 — Silver Hill . . . 25 30
Exchequer ... 23 25 St Louis 05 06
Gould & Cur. 31 33| Union 77 80
Hale & Norc. 42 45|Utah 09 11
Julia — 20j Yellow Jacket. i) 6 1.00
TONOP.UI AND GOLDFIELD STOCKS
Regular Morning Session *
500 Booth ... 1513000 Raw Coalition, 33
300 Com Fraction. 47|1000 Do. b3O 34
1000 Gld Kewanas. o7 t SUOO Do, 8 5 33
1000 Mayflower ... 03| 200 Raw Coalition. 34
500 Midway 31| lUO West End ... 36
Afternoon Session
13.000 Blue 8u11... OG| 500 MacNamara .. 33
500 Booth lOjIOOO MacNamara .. 32
1000 Booth 15 TOO Montana 87:
500 Com Fraction. 4Sf 500 Montana 88
1000 Commonwealth 0412000 Nev Hills, h 3 53
500 Fairvw Eagle. 20 5500 Raw Coalition. ."{3
WO Gld Con M...7.60J1000 Raw Coalition. 36
3500'Gld Kewanas. 0«| 1000 Round Mt ... 411
21100 Great Biud ... 03 1 100 Round Mt ..» 50
5000 Man Dexter. . 04|
Informal Session
1000 Bonnie Clare.. OSi 1000 MacNamara .. 33
1000 Booth 15| 4ltO Montana 89
10.000 Booth 16 800 Montana 8(i
IWKJ Fairvw Eagle. 20 500 Ton Exten'... 85
200 Gld Con M...7.60 70 Ton of Nev...7.00
6000 Mayflwr Cu,s3 03
Deposit Receipts
300 Tonopah Extension. S3
CLOSING QUOTATIONS •
CALIFORNIA
Bid.Ask.l Bid.Ask.
Brunswick C. — 10 So Eureka M. — 4.50
Cent Eureka.. — 65
NEVADA
TonoDah District
Bid.Ask. Bid.Ask.
Bclmcnt 2. U0 2.70 Montana i>s 87
Jim Butler .. 17 18 North Star ... 03 04
Little Ton .. 50 — Rescue Con ..01 02
MacNamara .. 32 35 Ton Exten ... 83 86
Midway 31 32 Ton of Nev.. .7. 00 —
Mlzpah Ex .. 05 — jWcst End ... 33 37
Goldfield District
Adnms — OllGld Portland.. 01 02
Atlanta .. 14 15 Gld Kewanas.. Of! 07
Blue Bell ... 02 03 Gld Merger M. 09 10
Blue Bull ... 06 07 Grandma 01 02
Booth 16 17 Great Bend ..03 04
0O D »—» — 06 Grt Bend Anx. — 01
Columbia Mt. 06 — Grt Bend Ex. — 01
Com Fraction. 48 49 Jumbo Ex ... 33 —
Commonwealth 05 07 Kendall 02 03
Conqueror .... — 02 Lone Star .... ,03 04
Cracker Jack . 01 02 Oro 05 Ofi
Daisy OS 09 Red Hills 04 05
Dm B Btte C. 01 02 Red Top Ex.. 01 02
Dmdnd Trngl. — 01 Sandstorm .... 03 04
Florence 2.00 — Silver Pick ..10 11
Florence Ex.. — 01 St Ives 10 IS
Frances Mhk. 02 04 Wonder — 01
Gold Bar Gld 05 — Yellow Tiger.. — 06
GUI Con M...7.60 7.62
Bullfrog District
Amethyst .... 01 02|Mont Bullfrog.. — 01
Bonnie Clare.. OS — Montgomy Mt. — 01
Blfrg Nat Bk 01 02 Tramp Con ..05 07
Homestake K. — 01 Valley View.,. — 02
Mayflower Con 02 03
Manhattan District
Man Con 02 03 Pine Nut .... — 01
Man Dexter... 04 03 Stray Dog ... — 02
Mineral Hill.. — 01 Thanksgiving.. 03 —
Mustang Man. — 02
Other Districts •
Balloon Hill.. — 05!Nev Hills .... 54 —
Eagle's Nest.. 02 04|l'itts S Peak. 73 75
Fairvw (J Bid. — 02 Queen Recent. — 10
Fairvw HniKi — til Hamsey 01 :
Fairvw Eagle. 11) 25 Haw Coalition. 35 —
Jack Pot 03 — Raw Queen... 20
Miuaz Pudraz.l.2o . — Round Mt v « 45 —
Copper Stocks
Cum Ely .. 7.(12 S. OOI Nev Oons ..21.62 21.87
Giroux Cns. 8.25 5.371
OIL STOCKS
\u25a0+ : _ i
Sales of oil stocks continnod • moderate yester
day, but the murker ruled, nrin. Caribou ad
ranced 'again to $15.30, ' I'rooksuirc was higher
at $1.95. Clar*-mont firm at $2, Premier firm at
?l.:<0 and Palmer very steady, at $1.27%, with
?1.30 buyer CO days.
There was ou exhibition in the secretary's
office of the exchange \u25a0 a innsslve sliver loving
cup to , be presented in the afternoon to Presi
dent Brown of the Palmer company. On one side
was a delineation of the Lakevlew gusber spout*
ing Its oil and on tho other the inscription of
presentation, wheh read: "Frank L. Brown,
from the San Francisco delegation, in apprecia
tion of his courtesy and hospitality on the oc
casion of their vitilt to- the Santa Maria oil
fields, Santa Barbara county, March 12, 1910."
ibe. commttee of presentation was headed by
A. X Cofnn, president of the exchange, v
'With I>r. Hubert 'N. Rowell as president,
and other promt tent' residents of Berkeley as
offlcors. directors and stock holders, the Pin
nacle oil company has been Incorporated under
the Ibws of Arizona and 400 acres of land pur
chased at San Juan in southeastern Utah, and
h number of wells have been sunk. 'According, to
the officers these wells have proven rich iv
paraffine oil. * ;
- Other Uerkelcyans . interested in the com
pany rtp: Vice presiileut. .Walter A. Gomperti;
secrrtnry. Postmaster Clarence S. Merrill; di
rcctors-^Judge William 11. Waste and William
K. Wolsc.v; stock holders— O.K. Towson, Frank
W.' Young. George R. Knowles, Pr. A: B: Howe,
George Ruble. 0. W. Clmigh,- W. A. Porter,
11. W., llrunk and William P. Bentley. 11. E.
Peterson bas been made consulting engineer and
ti>« First national bank trensurer.
CALIFORNIA STOCK AND OIL EXCHANOK
Bid. Ask. r - Bid. AjU.
Amy — 1.25 Monte Crlsto 3.35 3.60
Apollo 13 14 Nev County. ,S0 —
Asso Oil ... — 50.00 Ncr Midway 30 —
Bay City .'. 2.55 .—. — New Po Pet.liOO. 1.05
Blue Moon. . 35 38 Pac S Petro 75 78
Btookshlre.. 1.U7%2.00 Parnfflne" ... — 1.45
Cal Midway. 65 —Palmer ..... 1.27%1. 30
Caribou .... 18 . 00 10.00 i'eerless .... — 4 . 50
Chi Crude... 11 —piedmont ..." — 18
Claremont.. 1.95 2.00 Pinal , 10.75 12.50
Crcsceus ... 77 —Premier .... 1.27%1.30
Dabney .... — .10 Radium .... ,15 —
Del Rey .. —- 18 Republic ... *G6 68
De Luxe... 2.15 2.25 Rico ....... 1.55 —
Knos ...... — 1.35 SF & McK. — 29.00
Ksperanza.. 2.50 — S!l)ough.. 2.27% 2.47%
Four ...... 12 14 Sesnon - .... . 8.00 - —
Gypsy 40 43 Snawmut ... — 50
111 Crude...- 52 55 Silver Tip... 2.75 2.85
Imperial .. — 29.00 Sovereign .. 24
Junction ...\u25a0 "40 7 — JS-W & 8... 60 * 63
Luclle -..,.. — 12.00 Sterling ....2.80 3.00
Mascot — 2. so' Turner ....... 1.30 1.50
Mecca ..... — 1.50 Wolverine ..40 —
McKittrick. 20 — W X Oil Co. 2.97% —
Mid of Ore — 15 . \u25a0*\u25a0
' ' • - : \u25a0 SALES . \u25a0\u0084'\u25a0\u25a0.
11:30 a. m. —
2000 Blue Moon ' ' ...A. .......... - .SS
100 Brookshire .:"..*.;."...-..." 1.95
23 Caribou .................V......... IS. OO
,100 Caribou . • :V.*.... .......'.. 18:RO
500 Claremont > . i" -.... ......_....... 2.00
lOOO.Cresceus ...'........... ....,/ , ,75
SUMMARY OP
f THEMARKETS
New* York xturkH and copper*
'higher.;" .-"..
Cotton S market .unchanged. -.- .
Local oil and mining Mock* quiet.
Brisk trading In Comstock de-
posit receipts.
Wheat- and other grains - un-
changed.
Pink beans higher. Market firm.
Good bops firm, poor lots easy.
Linseed oil 3c higher.
Rye dull and quoted lower.
Eggs advance again. . Butter firm.
Potatoes and onions unchanged.
Box .of cherries sells for 925.' -
Oranges In large receipt.
Poultry in light receipt and firm.
200 Dabney ' 10
500 Four Oil, s 10 .12
100 Four Oil .14
1200 Nevada Midway .30
1300 Palmer 1.27%
1000 Palmer, b 60 1.30
300 Premier 1.30
100 Republic , 67
50 Silver Tip. 2.H.1
1300 Turner 1.23
2 p. m. —
100 Amy 1.25
500 Blue Moon 37
1500 Cresceus 75
100 Pacific States, s 5 SO
500 Premier 1.30
I Los Angeles Oil Exchange j
[Special Dispatch to The Calf]
LOS ANGELES, April 13.— Trading on the oil
stock exchange was lively today and tbe caller
had all he could do to keep the brokers from
climbing over the rail.
California Midway was the heaviest seller of
tbe day. j The stock opened at 59c in the morn-
Ing, gold down to 48c and up again to 53c on the
morning call.
In the. afternoon the stock opened at 57c and
sold up to 65c. \u25a0 .
Oleum opened this morning at Oc anil ad
vanced to 10% c.
Union oil was stroag at $103.73.
Mexican petroleum, both common and pre
ferred, was again In demand. :
GRAIN MARKET |
"Wheat and Other Grains
Wheat — There was no further change in prices
yesterday. The market continued quiet.
California club. [email protected]%; Sonora. $1.82%
1.92%; Propo and white Australian, $1.87%'$
1.9_»%. Northern wheat — Club, $1.67%@1.70;
Russian red, [email protected]%; turkey red. $1.07%@
1.72%; bluestem, $1.75(§,1.80.
FUTURES ?
10 a. in. Session
No quotations.
Barley — There was no noteworthy change in
the market yesterday. Trade continued quiet.
Good to choice. 51.17%@.1.20; extra choice.
$1.22%; off gradee, $1.10«jl.l3 per ctl; brewing,
$1.25; shipping lots, $1.25; chevalier, nominal.
FUTURES
10 a. m. Session
May— No sales; $1.16 bid. $1.20 asked.
£. Open. High. Low. Close.
Dec. $1.13 $1.13% $1.13 $1.13%
2 p. m. Session
Open. High. Low. Close.
•y»y $1.17 $1.17% $1.16% $1.18%
Wee $1.14 $1.14 $1.14 $1.14
Oats — Previous prices rule, with a dull mar
ket.
Reds. [email protected]%; blacks, nominal; gray.
$1.45® 1.52%; white, $1.455|:1.52% per ctl for
fair to No. 1.
Corn— Mauchurian small yellow is quoted at
$I.W per ctl In sacks; California small round
yellow, $1.«[email protected]; white. $1.65; large yellow,
$1.ti0&1. 65;. western states yellow, In bulk. San
Francisco track, $1.50(81.52%; white $I.s2V»<g
1.55; mixed, $l.D0&I.51; white Egyptian. $1".53
(HI. CO; brown do. $1.40^1.47% per ctl.
Rye — Is lower, dull and nominal at $1.92 1 i
per ctl.
Foreign Futures
LIVERPOOL
Wheat— May. July. Oct.
Opening ....: 7 109, 7 9*4 77%
Closing 7 10!* 7 9-% 7 1%
PARIS
Wheat— April. July-Ang.
Opening .-U 2a. 20 24.65
Closing '..i 25.25 24.70
Flour — " \u0084 . ».- \u25a0 •
Opening r..i. 32.75 32.70
Closing . . ; 32.95 32.80
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Future Grnlu and Provisions
CHICAGO. April 13.— Prospects of rain in
Kansas today was the controlling interest in
the wheat pit, producing a drop of 2c from the
high point. Corn nnd oats fell oft* less sharply
on liquidation and provisions slumped from
15c to 35c.
Covering by shorts under the spell of reported
lack of rain in Kansas gave a strong tone to
early trading in wheat. The advance' carried
July up %c to $l.OsVi<-<i1.03>4. Influential local
concerns supplied all demands and In the first
hour reports of light showers with, more rain
forecasted for Kansas gave courage to the bears,
nnd the market fell away. The final flurry was
unimpressive and the close was weak, with July
Tic off at $1.03% (g 1.U3 % and September lc off
at $1.00%.
Liquidation In corn gave an oarly downward
trend to the market, which was further ac
celerated by the weakness of wheat. May fell
off from 58% c to 57% c, the other futures
declining with it. . There was a poor demand
for cash corn and prices were about %c off.
No. 2 yellow corn sold at 57?4^j58Vic. The fu
tures were weak at the close, with May %@%c
off at 5S%c. . . „
Early trading in oats was relatively firmer.
May traveled between 42% c and 4.5 c. The close
was weak, with May off at 42&JC.
Provisions closed almost at the bottom, with
May products as follows: Pork, 55c lower at
$22.40; lard, 35c lower at $12.72%, and ribs
down 15c at $12.63.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
• Wheat —
May 1.12% 1.12% 1.10% I.lo*,
July 1-04TJ. H. 0514 1.03 V* 1.031 ft
September .. 1.02% 1.02*8 LOOS', 1.00%
Corn —
May .... 58% 58% 57% 3S»i
July.. 61% 6l*i 60»i 61*,
September .. .G~% 62*fe 62 M 2%
Oats — '
May 43 43 42^ 42"ft
July 40% 40% .-tnii 40
September .. 38 3S S7»-ij 37%
Mess Pork, per bbl —
May .... 22.87% 22.87% 22.35 22.40
July 23.05 23.05 22.50 22.00
September ..22.80 22.80 22.40 22.42%
hard, per 100 lbs —
May 13.07% 13.07% 12.72% 12.72%
July 42.67% 12.67% 12.42% 12.45
September ..12.57% 12.57% 12.35 12.40
Short Ribs, per 100 lbs—
Muy 12.77% 12.80 12.62% 12.T.5
July 12.60 12.60 12.40 12.40
September .".12.47% 12.50 12.27% 12.32%
' Cash Grain and Provisions
CHICAGO, April 13.— Cash quotation? were as
follows: , . -
Flour — Easy. No. 2 rye, 78ig79e; feed or
mixing barley, 45<g52e; fair to choice malting,
SSQ7OC, timothy seed, $4.00; . clover, $11.75;
mess pork, per bbl, [email protected]; lard, per 100
lbs.. $13.07%; short ribs, sides (loose), $12.35<a
12.72%; short clear sides (boxed), $13.50®
13.75.
GRAIN STATISTICS
Total, clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 134,000 bushels. Primary receipts
were .' 3B3,ooo husbeln. compared with 191,(KK>
bushels the corresponding day a year ago. Es
timated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat, 14 cars;
corn, 1*54 cars: oa»s. - 80 cars; hogs, 16.000 bead.
DAILY MOVEMENT-OF PRODUCE
Articles — ' . Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels.. 21,500 » 13,200
Wheat, bushels 15,000 31,000
Corn, bu5he15.........:.,. 275.000 108,400
Oats, bushels ......217.800 335,600
Rye. bushels ..... .."..: 4,000-
Barley. bushels 76,500 34,000
. New York Grain Market
NEW YORK. April 13.— Flour— Dull and nom
inally \u25a0 lower. Receipts. 18,870; shipments, 5,000
barrels. , . . \u0084.
Wheat— Spot, steady; No. 2 red. $1.20 c. I. f.;
Xo.' 1 northern, $1.20%>f. o. b.. opening naviga
tion. The option market was firm -early on the
cables and covering by shorts, but later the
market broke sharply under heavy • liquidation
on predictions of rains and reports of a poor
cash demand. Exporters ; took, about 50 loads
of \u25a0 Manitoba wheat at outposts. At \u25a0' the close
prices were Vie higher to y^c. lower. May closed
at ; $1.18%; July closed at $1.12; September
closed at $I.OS. Receipts, 7,203; shipments,
106,750.
' Minneapolis Grain and Produce
MINNEAPOLIS, April 14.— Wheat— May, $1.10
«?l.Ws; July, fl-10%; September, $1.01. Cash-
No. 1- northern, $1.10% ©1. 1194; No. 2, $1.08%®
1.09%; No. 3. $1.04%i51.08%.
- Corn— No. 3 yellow, 49%<354%c. \u25a0*•
Oats— No. 313 1 white. 40(g40%c. - •• -
Rye— No. 2. 70%<^73*ic.
Flax — Closed at $2.45%.
Northern AVbeat Market
' . WASHINGTON
1 TACOMA, April 13.— Wheat: Milling— Blue
stem, - 07c; club. - 92c. ' Export— Bluestem." 98fJ£
99c: fosty-fold.9oc; club. 94c; red Russian - 9°c
SEAITLE. April 13.— Wheat: Milling uuota'
tions— Bluestem; 99c; club. 96c; fife., 96c; red
Russian, . 93c. -.\ Export — Bluestem. -. 06c; club
92c: fife. 92c; red Russian, 90p. .
Yesterday's car receipts: Wheat; 7 cars; oats,
5 cars; bluestem,' 3 cars. „ J .. . - •
a OREGONT
PORTLAND, April 13.— Wheat: Track prices^
.\u25a0:"\u25a0•\u25a0-'\u25a0''. \u25a0•:»—'-'. •\u25a0.\u25a0"'J-' .;\u25a0*-'\u25a0'\u25a0. '/£'*\u25a0: \u0084"•.\u25a0 '
Grain Market Continues Dull;
Eggs Advance Again ; Butterßrm
Club. Q2<gMc: blueotem. O.Vg:9Se: red Russian.
00©02 c; turkey re<J. 03<(i05c; valley. OSc.
Car receipts: Wheat, 18 cars; oats, 1 car.
LOCAL MARKETS
Receipts of Produce April 13
Flour, qr sks.... 4.118 Tallow, ctls .... 153
Wheat, ctls COO Hides,, No >1J95
Barley, ctls 7,225 Pelts. No 2.525
Oats, ctls 2Ss|Llme. bbls 74i)
Be^ns. sks 603 Sugar, ctls USO
Corn, etls 25 Brandy, gals .... 2,000
Bran, sks 55 Wine, gals 42.400
Potatoes, sks ... 3,600 Chicory, bbls ... 45
Onions, sks 2SO Livestock. No ... ltO
Hay. . tons 307 Oranjtes. hxs SOo
Straw, tons .... 3 Quicksilver, flasks 3.1
Wool, sks 2<> Lumber. M ft 20
Feed, sks 16 Ualsins, bxs .... 1,600
Leather, rolls ... 10
Cottolene^ — One half bbl, 13c: 2 half bbl*.
12% c; 1 tierce, 12*^; 2 tierces, 12Hc; 3 tierces.
Hams and bacon — The Western meat company
quotes as follows: Hams, 21%<522%c: picnic
bams, 15c; California hams. 20%<5J21%c; extra
fancy bacon, 2Sc; fancy bacon. 8 to S lbs. 23 %c;
8 to 10 lbs, 24% c; 10 to 12 lbs, 24% c; sugar
cured, 25c; light dry salt bacon. S to 10 lbs.
22c; 10 to 12 lbs, 21V-c; medium bacon, 20% c;
light medium bacon, 20% c.
Lard — Tierces 17% c. 50s 17?4c. 10s lSv;<% 5s
18%e, 3s 18% c; compound lard, tierces 11 %c,
50s ll*4c. 10s 12}ie. •« 12% c, 3s 12% c; yellow
cooking oil. 66c per gal;. white cooking oil, 67% c
per gal; salad oil, «9c per gal.
Beef — Local prices are quoted. Export lot-",
inspected by the government, are $1 per bbl
higher. Extra family beef, $17 per bbl; family
beef, $16.50 per bbl: extra mess beef, $16 per
bbl: smoked beef. lt)c per lb.
Pork — Extra prime. In barrels. $32: clear. $34;
mess, $32; pig pork. $3S: pigs' feet. $3.73 for
half bbls, $2.40 for 25 lb kegs and $1.33 for klt3.
Meat .Market I
DRESSED MEATS
Slaughterers' rates to dealers and butchers are
as follows:
Beef— »«o»ic per lb for steers, 7%@8%c for
cows and heifers.
Veal— B&9%c for large and 9'glO%c for
small.
Mutton — Wethers, [email protected]%c; ewes, [email protected]
per lb.
Lamb— [email protected] for spring.
Dressed Pork (per Ibt— l3%^l4%c for light.
LIVESTOCK MARKET
The following quotations are for good, sound
livestock, delivered in San Francisco, gross
weight :
No. 1 fat steers, over 900 lbs. alive. 5%c per
lb; under »00 lbs. 5(g5»4c; second quality, X>%
5V4c; third quality. 4^4<&4»;c.
N«. 1 cows and heifers. 4U«g4%c; second
quality, 3%(g4c; third quality. 3U&3%c; com
mon, thin, undesirable cows, 2*ife3e.
Fat bulls and stags. [email protected]^c; half fat or
thin bulls. [email protected]
Calves— Lijfht weight, per lb, [email protected]; me
dium, [email protected]; heavy. 41&434e.
Sheep (per lb) — Wethers. No. 1. 6c: ewes. 3%c.
Lambs (per lb) — This year's milk lambs, 7c;
yearling lambs, 6%c.
Hosts (per lb) — Hard grain fed, weighing 100
to 140 lbs. 10c: 140 to 250 lbs. lOVic; 250 to
350 lbs, lO&lOUe; common, undesirable hogs,
7©Sc.
Horses and Mules
The following quotations for horses and mules
are furnished by the Batchers' and Stock Grow
ers' Journal:
HORSES
Desirable drafters. 1.700 lbs and over. .$323^375
Light drafters. 1.500 to 1,650 lbs 273te325
Chunks. 1.350 to 1,500 lbs 225ig27.->
Wagon horses. 1,230 to 1.330 lbs 173^210
Delivery wagon horses, 1,050 to 1,250.. 133<5155
Desirable farm mares 150<g200
Farm workers 75Q125
MULES (MEDIUM TO EXTRA)
900 lbs. 4 to 7 years [email protected]
1,000 lbs, 4 to 7 years 150«5173
1.100 lbs. 4 to 7 years 200 f& 225
1,200 lbs and over. 4 to 7 years 250«30o
Over 7 years old range from $15 to $23 lower.
Butter, Cheese and Kss«
Prices for eggs were given another boost yes
terday, persistent bidding on the exchange by
dealers who were determined to bring out some
stocks or make the large storage operators pay
dearly for their purchases in the country sending
the market up. Extras ami firsts were 2c a
dozen higher at 26% c and 26c respectively, and
seconds were marked up lc to a quotation of 24c
a dozen. The bidding brought out a few small
lots and the market was declared firm at the new
quotations. The advance checked sales, as retail
tradesmen naturally figured that the market was
abnormally high for tola time uf the year and
were limiting their operations, fearing to be
caught long In the event of a break. The butter
market remained firm at the old quotations on a
continued brisk demand for local use and ship
ment to outside points. In the cheese depart
ment California fancy flats recovered the %c lost
on Tuesday, but the market had a weak tone.
Sales on the exchange were as follows:
Eggs — 10 cases of extras at 20c auU 20 at
26 K.c a dozen.
Cheew — 23 California fancy new flats at 14% c
a pound.
Receipts were 64.000 pounds of butter, 15.500
pounds of cheese and 2.V>7 cases of eejrs.
- The following are the ofQcial quotations es
tablished yesterday and on the three preceding
days on the floor of the dairy exchange. Prices
in the street, while governed by the exchange
quotations, generally range from l%c to 2c
higher, owing to the various charges to be added:
• BUTTER. PER POUND
Grades — • Apr. 9. Apr. 11. Apr. 12. Apr. 13.
Fre."h extras. ..2»5%c 20Vjc 26% c 2fi%c
Firsts 2514 c 2.V 3 e £6c 26c
Sreonds 2."c 25c 2*'Sc 25 % c
Packing stock.. 24c 21c . 24c 24c
Cheese — California fancy flats. 14ii«' per lb.
weak: do firsts. i:{"ic weak; do seconds, 13c.
weak; fancy young Americas. 16c, firm: do firsts,
15Vic, firm: fancy Oregon Young Americas, 20c,
firm; do flats, 19<\ firm: Oregon storage flats,
19% c. firm; New York fancy, 20c. firm; Wiscon
sin singles. 19c. firm.
Eggs — CaUfornla fresh, per dozen, cases in
cluded:
Grades — Apr. 9. Apr. 11. Apr. 12. Apr. 13.
Extras 23% C 23% c 24%e 26% c
Firsts 23c 23e 24c 2«e
Seconds 22% c 22'ic 2:tc 21c
Thirds .' 21c 21c 21c 21c
Portland Batter Market
PORTLAND. April 13.— Butter— City and coun
try creamery, extras, 33c; fancy, [email protected]; store.
20 (3 22c.
Egg Market In -Vearby Count lea
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
PETAI.UMA. April 13. — The prices for esgs to
day were a considerable advance over the pre
vious day's, and after receipt of quotations from
the San Francisco dairy exchange the Petaluma
egg exchange paid 2tk\
Competition is lively and the demand for good
quality exceeds any otiier time this se.-ison.
Candling for storage purposes proceeds and the
quality of eggs is good for that purpose: 23% c
and 23c was paid by independent dealers and
speculators.
SANTA CRUZ. April 13.— Conditions remain
unchanged In the local egg market, producers re
ceiving 2lc for all classes.
SANTA ROSA. April 13. — There was a jump of
2c in the prices offered for eggs In the local
markets today on receipt of advices of transac
tions on the San Francisco dairy produce ex
chance this morning. The local dealers today are
quoting 24 %c spot cash per dozen for choice and
22% c for seconds.
This is the highest price ever known for this
season of the year, and comes aa a great sur
prise to both producer and packer. The opinion
prevails that there Is a big market manipulation
in progress by a San Frauclsco combine with the
view- of either shutting out some independent
packer or else forcing prices up for the delivery
of a large quantity of eeg».
With the heavy production at this time and
the splendid conditions the high price can not
be maintained for any length of time.
Potatoes. Onions nnd Vegetables
Arrivals of asparagus were smaller yesterday
than on Tuesday by more than 2.000 boxes, but
there was a heavy carryover and sellers would
have had much difficulty effecting clearances but
for the canners. who came to the relief of the
market and took large lines at [email protected] a box.
As It was. stocks were closely cleaned up at the
close. Rhubarb did a little better, all of the
day's arrivnls finding buyers. at steady prices.
Peas ami new potatoes were easier, Tuesday's
advance in prices provlujr more than the market
could stand. ScTeral lots of the latter were still
uncared for at closing time. A small sack of
string liemis came tn from the Coachella Tallev
and found a buyer at 30c a pound. Celery anil s
lettuce continued to drag badly at low rates
There was nothing new In old potatoes or
onions. . - .
Potatoes (per ctl)— River white. [email protected] for
common to choice ami SOffJOOc for fancy; Salinas
Burbanks. 51.23ftt1.40; Oregon Burbanks, 90c©
$1.05; sweer wtatoes. [email protected]; new potatoes
•f per Ik.
Onions iper ctl)— Oregon. $1.50(g1.65; Austra
lian, $4; new green. [email protected] per box.
Vegetables— Asparagus. $1«ij1.23 per box for
choice to extra and 50<a»0c for the lower grades
tomatoes. Mexican. $2.30fit2. 75 per crate; green
peas. 4(S5c per lb; garlic. [email protected] per lb; cabbage
[email protected] per eM; cucumbers. 75c<g51.23 per dozen*
cauliflower. [email protected] per dozen; turnips. 50c per
sack; carrots, 50c per sack; rhubarb, COftll
per box; celery. 1 75cfa51.25 for large crates; let
tucs, [email protected] per crate.
.', . • Decldaona'and Cltrn* Fruit*
> The 10 pound box of early white cherries that
came In from Courtland. on the - Sacrameuto
river. Tuesday was sold yesterday for $25. U
was purchased by a party not connected with the
trade., who forwarded It to the east as a gift.
Blackberries were the latest novelty to reach
the market, two 15 basket crates coming In from
I Lo» Angeles late yesterday. They wera not sold.
Rweipts of southern strawberries were less than
100 crates. th« recent rains baTins chvrketl pick
infr. About 20 chest.-* of Longworths and thrt>e
of the large Tarietles came In from nearby dia
, trictsi. The market had not recoTered from the
effects of the heavy influx from tile south on th«
prevedinjr day and rereiTers were consequently
unable to profit by the decrease In the nevtoU
Nine cars of oranges reached the market bctweeti
Tuesday afternoon and yesterday morning. Th<»
market remained firm, with the lower- grades
higher, despite the large receipts. All of the
other citrus fruits were firm at the old quota
tions.
Strawberries — Longworths. $12'd1.-» per cbe^f
large Tarieties, JlO'ijl^ per viiest; vrates, Sltfl
1.50. *
Apples — Fancy four tier fruit. [email protected] per bos
for New town pippins and 3XJ00L33 for red
. Tarieties; second grade stwk. 75c's$t; beliaow
ers. nominal.
Citrus Fruits (per box)— Navel oranges, $2.2313
2.73 for fancy. $2(g2^23 for choice and KIOLU
I f«r standard: tangerines. $1.2.'»(ii1.7r» p«.- ho\-
I grapefruit. $L\so«rj.; for seedless: lewms $;: -j\
Hi for fancy. $2^" *W choice ami *1.25ft1'73
for standanl: limes. |3150Q8,
Tropical Krults — Bananas. 75cfi1.25 per buni-t»
for llawailau and $2.50(^:1 for Central American
pineapples, 12.50^3.50 per dozen.
Dried Fruits, RaUln*, Xnti and Honer
Fruits— ETaporatetl apples. 6%fg:7>4e: apricots
S%ft4loc; moorpark. [email protected]%c; peaches 4'c»
5%c; prunes. 2%<ci2%c, with %<&lc premium
for ..Os^and l%c premium for 40s; flgs. 3%@4c;
Raisins — Layers, clusters — 6 crown, $2 50- 5
crown. $1.75; 4 crown. $1.23; seeded. 1.-feSc: or
dinary layers, 3 crown. «sc: 2 crown. 90c- seed
less sultanas. 2%%4e; Thompson's seedless, k
3%@3i a o for unbleached ami 6%@ 8 %c fpirl
bleached; loose muscatel. 4 crown. 4c; 3 crowu.
•>%c; 2 crown, 3c; seedless, 2(^;2%e.
Nuts — Almonds, 00-ipareils. 14%(ff113c- IXL.
[email protected] 2 c: ne plus ultra. 124J13yie: Drake. 1014
©He: languedocs. [email protected]%c: hardshell. 6%«57<-:
walnuts. 13c per lb for No. 1 softahells, B%c for *
No. 2 do; pecans, 14%<yU6e; peaaats. •*%fi3c
pine nnts, [email protected] per lb.
Honey— Comb. [email protected] for wifpr white and 10
<312e per lb for light amber: dark amber. 7<qs«c
extracted. 7%<? for water white sad s%<as%c
for light amber; candled and dart amber. 4<a
4%c per lb. *"
Beeswax— 27% @3oc per lh for light and 23Q
26c for dark.
Poultry and Game
Receipts of poultry continued light yentertiaT.
Delng a little la excess of 50 coops, and the mar*
ket remained firm, with the demand for ordinary
local consumption keeping stocks well cleaned
up. Hens were particularly firm as to Talues,
being scarce. Hare and rabbits wer» dull and
lower.
Poultry (per dozen)— Hens. $5.50^6.50 for
small. $7.50(38.50 for large and [email protected] for »s
tra: young roosters. [email protected]: old roosters, J344
6: fryers. [email protected]: broilers, $3.50^6.50 for lac«c.
$4.50®3 for medium and [email protected] for small;
ducks. $"<&&: pigeons. [email protected]; •quabs, $2(^
2.50; geese. $2.50<g3 per pair.
Game (per dozen)— Hare, [email protected]; xi&btjj,
\[email protected]
Beans and Seeds
Pink beans are higher, being ia limited tTJDoTy.
Other klnda are oachanged.
Beans {per ctl) — Bayos. $5.63®5.50; r**
nominal: tmaU white. $4.50*94.85; large white.
[email protected]; pink. $3<g3.13: red, [email protected]: black
eye. [email protected]; lima, $4.35^4.45; r«KI kldaeys,
535Z.3.25: cranberry beans. $4.60*34.70: gar
vanzas, [email protected]: horse beans. [email protected]
Seeds — Brown mustard. 4%r; yellow mustard,
5%c; flaxseed. sc. carload lots; canary. Z%tfcAc;
alfatTa. 16%®17c; rape. [email protected]%c; Imported rape.
[email protected]%c; timothy, 6c; hemp, 3%@4c; millet, &j
per lb.
Dried Peas^ — Green, $4 per ctl.
Flour and Farlaaceotin Gnndv
Flonr— CaUfornla family extras. $5.20(36.60
net without discount; bakers' extras^ $&20®
6.60; superfine. [email protected]; Oregon and Washing,
ton. per bbl. $5.60 for family, bakers* and pat
ents and $5.10<g3.30 for cut off; Kansas patents.
$6.50<56.73; do straight. J6.30ed.55; Dakota
patents. $7.23; do stralghis, $7; do clear. $6.50
per bbl.
Farinaceous Goods — Prices In 100 lb sacks, net
cash, no discount, are as follows: Graham fiour.
$3 per 100 lbs; rye flour, $3.40; ry» meal, $3.20;
rice flour. $6; corn meal, $2.80; extra cream
do. $3.10; oat meal. $4; oat groats. $4.20;
farina. $3.50; hominy, $2.90; buckwheat flour.
$4; whole wheat flour. $3.20; rolled oata. bbls.
$t»<S;6.3O; in sacks. [email protected]; extra cream do,
56.50 in sacks and $7 in barrels; rolled wheat.
bbls $3, In sacks [email protected]; pearl barley.
$4.20; split peas, boxes. $3 for yellow and $Z
for green per 100 lbs.
Hay and Feedstuff*
The hay market continues dull, wita -prices a*
before. >|
Bran— [email protected] for red and 525(229 peT"toa foe '
white.
Middlings— [email protected] per ton.
Shorts— s2o @30 per ton.
FeeUstuffs — Rolled barley. 126Q27: rolled
oats for feed, [email protected]; mixed feed. [email protected] for
aTerage lots; oilcake meal. ; cocoanut cake
or meal at mills, $25 in 20 and 10 and $25.50 la
3 ton lots: Jobbing. $26; corn meal. [email protected] >
cracked corn. $.{B(^39: alfalfa meal, carload lots.
$20; Jobbing:, $21; red star alfalfa meal; $20 la
carload lots and $21 jobbing; Caproco oilcake
meal, $16.50 per ton.
Hay— Wheat. $12®15.30; wheat and ©at, $10
<Sl3: tame oat. $11><915: volunteer wild oat.
$D<ttl2; alfalfa. [email protected]: stock hay, $6®9 per ton.
Straw — [email protected] per bale.
Hlden. Tallow, Wool and Hop*
The hop market continues quiet, but good hop*
are firm, while poor are easy.
Hides — Culls and brands sell about *j®lc un
der quotations. Heavy salted steers. Ibc- light
medium, llej light. IOC; cowhidesj 10> for heavy.
10c for light: stags. 80: salted kip. 10% c; salted
veal, 15*b13%c; salted calf. 13% c; dry hides.
20c; dry kip. 19c: dry calf. 24c; dry Teal. 22c;
sheepskins, shearlings. [email protected] each; short wool.
50<g$5e; medium. 85c(§$l; \u25a0 long wool. $1 25r»
1.73; lambs. 23i373c; horse hides, salt. 2.25<g3
for large and [email protected] for medium. [email protected]$l for
small and 25ig30c for colts; horsehlJes. dry. $2ft*
2.25 for large and $1.25(^2 for medium. 50c(35l
for small and 25&50 c for colts; goaUkina. prims
angora. 73c<g$l; large hair goats. 25Q40c: me
dium. 20rs.JOc; small. [email protected]
Tallow— No. 1 rendered. 554®3%c; No. 2, 3%,
@sc; grease, [email protected] .
Wool— Spring cUp— San Joaqula, year's «tsple.
IZQISe; do 8 months, 7Ql4ci aorthera. 14Q17c
per lb. .
Hops — California. [email protected] for crop of 1909; i
Oregons, [email protected] per lb; crop of. 1&10. 15k1Tc
per lb.
General Merchandise
Bags— Grain bags, s%Qs?ic. June-July
cry; San Quentln bags, 5%c; wool bags, 27c for
3% lb and 31c for 4 lb; fleece twine. 8c per lb.
Coal — Pennsylvania anthracite egg, $18 per
ton; Wellington. $12; New Wellington. $12; Coo»
bay, $10; Australian bouse — Richmond, etc.. $12;
Pelaw Main. $12; Stanford Richmond. $12; Cum
berland. $15 In talk and $16.50 in sacks; Welsh
anthracite. $15; coke. $16 per ton ia bulk and
$17 In sacks.
Oils — Linseed Is Co higher. Quotation* ar«
for barrels. Linseed. 97c per gallon for
boiled and 95e for raw; cases. 5c more;
castor oil In cases. No. 1. Tie: Baker'a
AA. $1.13(^1.15: China not. cjupi. tIO'STOr per
gal; cocoanut oil. in barrels, 75<£B7a%c for XXX,
72%@76c for No. 1 and 70<S"3%c for No. 2. ac
cording to quantity; extra bieacbiM winter sperm
oil.' 80c: natural winter sperm oil. 80c; natural
whale oil. 55c: extra winter strained lard oil.
$1; pure neatsfoot oil. 73c; No. 1 neatafoot oil.
60c; herring oil, 40c; salmon oil, 33c; boiled fist*
oil. 33c; paint oil, 33c.
Coal OH. Gasoline, etc. — Water white, iron bar
rels or drums. 10c; 130 deg. oil. Iron barrels or.
drums, ll%c; special do, 12c: pearl oil.* in case*.
17c; astral. 17c; star. 17c: extra star. 20c;
Elaine. 26% c; eocene. 20c; red crown and motor
gasoline. In bulk 15c. in cases 22c: No. 1 engtna
distillate, in drums Sc. cases 7c more; Sti deg.
gasoline. In bulk 3or, In cases 37% c; varnish
makers* and painters' naphtha, in buli lie. la
cases 18% c.
Turpentine — S2%e per gallon in cases and 73V*e
in bulk, drums and iron barrels.
Rosin (per bbl of 280 lbsi— E, $7.20; T, $7.23;
G. $7.33; H. $7.40; I. $7.50.
Red and White Lead— Red. B%@9c; white, S&
S£S»ic per lb.
RKF INED SUGAR MARKET
'The Western sugar i-edain? company qnotes as
follows, terms net cash: Standard fine granu
lated. 3.63 c; standard, coarse granulated, 3-6.V;
fruit granulated, 3.63 c; cut loaf. In barrels only.
7.63 c; H. 4 E. crystal domlnos. 5 lb cartons ia
cases, 8.65 c; do 2 lb cartons in ca<=es. 9.15 c:
monarch bar. 6c; tablets in half barrels. 8.15 c:
do' in boxes. 6.40 c; cubes and A crushed. 3.l>t3c;
monarch powdered. 5.73 c: XXtSX powdered.
5.75 c;, candy granulated, 5.75 c; confectioners' A,
3.63 c; confectioners* crystals, 5.73 c; extra fine
granulated. 5.43 c: magnolia A. 5.25 c: extra U.
5.15 c; golden C. 5.05 c; D. 4.93 c. Barrels and ..0
lb bags 10c. half bbls 25c. boxes 50c more per
100 lbs than for bags of 100 lb» net. Bar in 33
and 40 lb tins $1.70 more. In 8 and 10 lb tins
$2.35 more per 100 lbs than price fur this grade
in 100 lbs bags.
The California and Hawaiian sugar refining
company quotes as follows: Granulated basis.
5.63 c: •'Hlerade" bar. 6c: powdered. 5.«5c; A
crushed. SMct berry. 5.«5c: C. * H, extra fln«
dry granulated. 3.65 c; coarse dry granulated.
3.63 c: confectioners' A. 5.63 c: confectioners
crystal. 5.73 c: cubes, 5.90 c; bricks, 5.00 c; extra
fine dry granulated (100 lb bags only >. 5.43 c;
excelsior A. 3.25 c: extra C. Mse: go den C.
5.03 c: yellow D, 4.03e; cut loaf, in bbls only.
7.63c;'H. & E. crystal domino*. 5 1b cartons tn
Cases, 8.63 c; do 2 In cartons tn cases. 9.15 c. Ad
ditional per 100 lbs: In barrels and oO lb bags.
10c more: half bbls. 25c more; boxes. 50c mor«
for all grades. Bar in 33 and 40 lb tins, $1..0
more; in 10 lb tins, $2.35 more. Minimum order,
carload weight.
NeTT York Prodne* r"~; 5^
NEW YORK, April 13.— Hops— DttlL *
• Hides— Easy.
Petroleum— Steady. ,
Wool — Steady. ' *
Raw sugar— Nominal; ceflned »nga.r, steady.
CoSee Future* clewed steady, set nachsngod

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