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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
LOCAL INTERESTS
SUGGESTED LINE
Fast Interoceanic Steamship
Service Originated in
California
Interstate Commerce Commis*
sion to Consider Petition
of S. P. Company
PAUL SINSHEIMER
. ' The order of the postmaster, general
for. a fast ocean mail service between
the ports of. the Pacific and. the At
lantic by way of Panama, as announced
yesterday in Washington dispatches,
had its inspiration from sources closely
connected with* San Francisco. It had
been the hope of those interested In sea
transportation -that 'the; mail contract
would be available at once instead of
three years hence.' The; plan, as orig
inally conceived, was to encourage the
operation of a lino of fast steamships
between here and the Isthmus in alli
ance* with a line between New York and
Colon., The project was -suggested in
the belief that the isthmian railway
might be used for purposes of transfer
until the completion of the canal.
Although there is some degree of
disappointment on this point, there, is
widespread satisfaction that the post
master . general has taken official ac
tion. The announcement that the mall
contract will not be open to railroad
owned vessels Is interpreted as a
definite : indication of administration
policy, to be closely adhered to upon
the opening- of the waterway.
The activity on the part of the gov
ernment comes at a time when the
eastern press is discussing with deep
interest the opening of the water-route
to San Francisco. The New York Com
mercial reviews at length the reports
that the Hamburg-American .Steamship
company Is seeking facilities at this
port .and continues:
"As the Panama canal approaches
completion, nothing Is heard of Ameri
can capital going into fleet merchant
men in order to capture the prize of
big profits from the cross seas trade
hy way of the great ditch. But for
eigners see their opportunity, and are
preparing to /grasp it —to be on the
ground . early. Already the Hamburg-
American Steamship company has se
cured options for docks and piers at
San Francisco, this being the first step
in a move.by it toward establishing a
freight and passenger line to Cali
fornia by way of the . canal with a
probable extension to Yokohama."
The. same authority concludes
"We are building I a ; $500,000,000
American canal for the use; chiefly of
foreign merchantmen. ; The American
flag may never, be seen in this great
artificial American waterway,'except
on our. ships of war. Is there nobody
who can 'pound home' on , our federal
lawmakers. this prospect of national
humiliation t"
Obviously the situation is not so
completely dark as It has been drawn.
The Interstate commerce commission
will hold a hearing here in a few weeks
to consider the petition of the Southern
Pacific for lower rates from San' Fra
ncisco jto I .lints in Oregon. The • state
railroad commissi on of Oregon ordered
certain - reductions south from Port
land. To meet this condition' the
Southern Pacific reduced tariffs from
San Francisco to localities in southern
Oregon. The interstate commerce
commission held up these reductions
on the ground that intermediate cities
had been made the victims of discrim
ination. :
| New York Stock List '.. ]
E. F. Hutton & Co.. 490 California street, mem
bers of the New York : stock exchange, furnish
' tue following list of bond and stock sales yes
terday: ..." ■-"' •
Sales |
STOCKS
|Hlgh| Low I Bid | A«k
......AIlU-Chalia*n '.*: ..;;.
,1)0 pfd '..
fiOOAmal Copper .... 69%
700 Am Beet Sugar:. 54%
Do pfd
700 AaaCan Co ..... 11%
I MIA Do pfd ....... 87%
100 An Car ft Fdy Co! ,57%
- Do pfd ...i
...lAm Cotton OII..-.J*....
."..."... Do pfd ...I
.|Am II ft L. .
...:...I in pfd ■.. ...I
JAra lee Securities .....
..(Amer Linseed .-.. .....
.......j Dorfd ....... .-..'..
! Am : LocomotiTe.. 41%
Do pfd ..i,... :
........lAmer Malt ...... ...;.
....._ Do pfd,-..."*..".. .-...*.
3.30ft Am Sit ft Efe Co 80%
"*- 200 - Do pM ....... 107%
....... I Amer Sugar .... .....
...:... Do pfd ....... ..*;;.
....... Ato Steel Fndries .....
OOOlAm Tel ft Tel Co 136%
JAmer Tob pfd ;. .'....,
*...-.:.-. Ami-r . Woolen ... . .*...
100' Do pfd ....... 92%
..... ..(Anaconda
..... r.|A»eocl«t'd I OH...
SOOiAtlantic Coast h. 132%
•4.600!A T ft Santa Fe. 113%
200 Do pfd ; 103%
COO Baltimore ft Ohio 100%
-Do pfd ... .....
..;..".. Bethlehem Steel.-: ..::".
.; ;. -Do. pfd :......: 62*
3.800B ET.......... 83%
3,100 Canadian Pacific.. 246% :
1.300 Cft O.V... 82%
.......10 ft A
'•100COW;......... 22%
.......j Do pfd '. ;....
......i C ft X W.
'5.20*)C \f ft St P.... 129-
"•'."..*...:! Po pM ;.'
40O|C*ntral leather .. 30 .
I Do pfd '-.-.' . .
.......(Central of x 3..~. ...r.
-,60OJCnlno-Copper.... 23%
..;.... C C Cft St l,.:. .....
.V....*. Do Pfd ....."... .....
" ...100 Colo Fnel & . Iron 85%
....%.. I Do pfd :....
...Col B'C 41.... .....
.......Colo Southern I ......
.r.r.v. Do 1st pfd .... ...A
....... * Do 2.1 pfd .... .....
a 100 Con <*"•*.« .....;*.: 14«%
..*..... Corn. Products.... .....
......*. * Do pfd :...' :...;
. 2fsTDeI.ft Hudson . ..172%
ID I. AW....... .....
.......iDft • no:..:.".-. .....
'."..-..'.". Do pfd........ .....
20ODIstlMnjf 8...... I 36%
.'.:..... Dnlnth R 8 ft A.., .
....:.. Do pfd .....
- l:300IErte..'..;......**.*> -37%
70OJ,- Do 1st pfd.;..".-. '69 1
.......I Do 2d pfd,..*... ....".
I '300|O> F Cons 6%
.'..?.:. (Gen. Electric ...: .*....
• - 200 Great* X O.....J 60*
* 6.200 - Do pfd*........ 138
-..W) Illlnola Central.. 145%
' . •erbor" 11..... ' 17%
' 500 no pfd"..*...... 51%
....... later M it:.:...'. .....
........ Do pfd ........ ."....
..::.*..-International" P.*. ...v.
- \ioo : Da pfd:.r:..:*. 49;
,. Inter Pnmp---.-- •••••
..v.... -Do pfd ........ .-.v..
.'...-,..'Iowa'Central....*. ..... I
Do I M ........ .....
* 200 K C Southern;.".". 35%
..:.:... Do pfd ......;. I ..... |
. l.IOOILeblch - Valley... 175%'
4001 L ft-X 162% I
.".:.... '"•kay ........ .....
....... -Do pfd .....
....'...[Manhattan ...... I ..;.-. I
(Mexican Central.. ."."..'. 5
....... Ultra , * Sttr... .".".:.
..;....! Do 1st ;.*'; .;.: ..:..
. 500:M St P ft'8 S*M 142%
I- Do pfd ,.:..... ..:..
200 Mo Kan ft Tex.. S7 :
.'.*..;".. I Dopfd;;..... .....
1,100 Mo.rarlfle .*..*.; 50%
-200 National- Lead-.. 66%
....... Do pfd :... .-.. .....
[..-.".."/. Xatlonal Biscuit. .....
-I Do i.fd ....... .....
' 600"Xe»ada Co-na.v.-.J 19%
..-..-. ...'S-- I -9 <■
..... 28% 31
69% 69% 69%
54 54% 54%
. .- 101
11% 11 % 11%
86% 86% S7V4
57% '57 % 57%
.*.... 117% 118%
.,,,.. 57 57%
99 102%
.:..-. 4% I 5i4
I.:.;-.- 52 52%
...... £2% 24
10% 12
..... 30 32
41% 41 ! 42 I
107 110
..... • 5 5%
..... 43% 44
79% 80% 80%
107% 107 107%
..... 18 119%
..... 117 1120
..... 39 . in
136% 6% 136%
..... 94% 95%
.'.".".". 31% 32%
92% 91% OS
.... 39%; 39%
..... ! 49, B2
132 132 132%
113% 113% 113%
103% 103 103%
1109% 109% 109%
! ..... 80 105
'■ ...:. ! 32% 33%
I 62 62 . 62%
I 82% 82% 83
'22%
20* 30
22% 23/
44% 45
148% 149
128% 128%
153 154
; 29% 20%
100 .100%
280 " *"»
23% 23%
i '58 ■ 59%
I 94% 100
I 85,. 85%
110 113
2 3
55; 55%
82 83
75 I 80
(146% 147 I
14% 14%
81 82
172 172%
536 548
28% 29
57% 58%
36% 36%
10 15 -
22 - 26
36% 36%
68% .68%
47*1 48%
5 6% - 5TJ
162 .. 163
60 •» 61
137% 137%
145% 145%
17% 18
91 - 51%
4% 5
17% 17%
11 - 11%
49 * 49%
; 42% .42%
! 88% 89
18$ 19
36- 37 !
35 35%
! 67% 68%
, 174% 174%
1152%! 152%
' 86 I 87%
: 74% mm
138 142
SOU 31 B
30 a5.
47- 50
141% 14t%
ISO .. 156%
36% 37
67 69 •"
49% 50%
56% 56%
107% 109
133- 136
127% 120
) 19%f 19%
; 20
'22%
129"
I 441
148'
128%
!
'30-.-J
•-:
*23%
'85%
'.'.'J.
146%
172%
1*1
■:■:■
'23%!
I
"85%
1153
; 29%
100 .
280 "
,23%
'58 a
Is*
"85.,
110
2
I 55
82
75 I
::■::■:
53
(146%
172%
';::;
•-•-
36% I
M*j
: .37%
I 89 »
"86%
58%
J '{»%
I so'
'.*6%
"«<*»'*'
MS
17%
51%
.....!
'*"
■49':'
v.:.-:
::;
"35%
35%
1175%
'85%
; a_%
:::..
.;..;
....;
.::::
.....
.....
142%
150%
I 56%l
!••-!
.....
1 io'%1
MARKET DRQPS
; ; AFTER OPEMNG
NEW* YORK, July 22.—The net
result of operations on the stock
exchange today must have proved
disappointing, to those " who * ex
pected ; a - continuance of ■' yester
day's -late • upward movement.
Prices at; the outset were gener
ally higher, with especial strength
In Union Pacific and a few other
speculative leaders,: but the mar
ket soon flattened out on a modi
cum of trading.
On the recession Union Pacific
fell a point after having advanced
to 192%, its high point ;of the
year. American Smelting was one
of the-strongest stocks among the
industrials in the first hour, de
mand for this issue apparently
having been stimulated by the re
port that federal Investigation of
the company had failed to disclose'
damaging information. Canadian
Pacific fell with the general mar-:
ket, losing a point. The- local
traction issues, so prominent ear-:
lier in the week; were neglected.
Recent conditions In' the copper
trade found reflection in the an
nual report of the, American
Smelting and Refining company.
Net ; earnings, were virtually un
changed from last year, *' but
charges for profit and loss adjust
ment and for depreciation-reduced
the surplus for the year to almost
one-half of the preceding' year's
amount. V- • - :
The gain in cash shown In the
bank statement was somewhat
; larger than ! had been predicted
and, combined with the shrinkage
of $13,734,000 In loans, made the
report unexpectedly favorable.
• The • bond market was steady.
Total sales (par. value), $1,714,000.
United States bonds were un
changed on call. -
NEW. YORK, July 22.—" E. F.
Hutton & Co.*. wire says: "The
stock market was strong today
and the western and southern
railroad shares made further gains
on buying Influenced by favorable
crop prospects. The rumors of
segregation of the •> Union Pacific
assets account for the strength of
the stock, and the Impending pass
age of. the reciprocity bill next
week was also a: favorable influ
ence."
New York Stock List—Continued
.......IX Y Air. Brake..| I ... |
1.100 X Y. Central ... 109% 10S%
X Y C ft St L..
! Do 1st pfd ... ..... .....
Do 2d pfd .'..
200|X Y N'H ft H.. 140% 140%
5,900 X Y Ont ft W.. 46% 46%
400 Norfolk ft West. 108% 108%
Do pfd ....... ..... .....
....... North American. ..... .....
5.800 x-orthern Pacific. 134% 134
....... Omaha .....
Do pfd::....*.. ..... .....
....... Pacific Coast .". .....
100 Pacific Mall .... 80 | 30 !
Pae Tel ft T- .....
/Vr .................
700jPa R R Co..... 125% 125
People's Gaa.... 106% 106%
....... I Pittsburg Coal .. ..... .....
000! Do pfd ....... 86% 86 '
IP G C ft St L...
.* ( Do pfd ....... ....*. .....
. 200 Pressed S Car... 37% 37%
.....:.( Do pfd ...
.......|Ray Cons.......!.....(.....
.'.....:|By S Springs Co.l I.....
.:....*.} Do pfd .................
15,400( Read tag ...:.:... 158%(l57%
.......I Do 1st pfd....
:;.-..:. Do 2d pfd I.....I .
j...... Republic S ft I..1.....[.....
300|' Do pfd .1 94%} 94%
2.900 Rock, Island Co.. 33% 33
1,5001 Do pfd 66% 66
...;... Sloss S S ft I Co
., 'Do pfd ....... ..... :....
(StL ft SF 1st pfd ..... .....
2001 Do 2d pfd.... 48% 48%
.....:.]St LAS W... 33 33,
....... Do rl :..;■:.. ....; .....
4.000jSotithi > Pacific. .1-; 124%
S.lOOISoutln.t) Railway 33% 382
100! 0o pfd ....... 74% 74%
lOOjTenn Copper..:. 41% 41%
SOOiTexas Pacific... 29% 29%
rblrd ATenue... ii | 11
...V...lTol St I. ft W... ..... .....
•>■-.-: .....
Twin City E T. :
.......(Union Bag ft P. ..... .....
....;..( De pfd ■..:... I
35.100!Cnlon Pacific... 192% 191%
3001 Do pfd ....... I 95% | 95%
D 1* R of s.p..:....i..... i
400 Do pfd ....... ] 69%) 69
.......ID 8 Cast I Pipe! : I
.......) Do pfd J .-. ....."
20O(D 8 Rubber 41% 41 %1
: .'.( Do 1st pfd.... ..... ..... |
....... Do 2d pfd............-.".-.
22.700 08 Steel Cor... 80% 80%
400: Do pfd ....... 118% 118%
200 Utah Copper.... 50 49%
lOOIYa-Car Chem Co. 58 58
. ..1 Do pfd .....
Wabash I .....
— .1 D" pfd ..
.."..."..1 Wells Fargo Ex.. '..'.:. ..,.'.
West Maryland. 64% 64%
Western Pacific. ..... I ..... I
.......(Western Union.. ..... I ..... I
....... I Westinghouse .'. ..... ..... I
JW ft D E....... ..... ..... ]
.;.....{ Do 1st pfd [ f I
.......j- Do 2d pfd....).... 1 1
.......(Wlscon Central.| "...|
I I-. .*.. 68%
109% 10S% 108%
I 57
102
.-.. 85 I
140% 140% 139%
46% 46% 46%
10S% 108% 108%
..... ..... 90
74
134% 134 134
...1M !
..... 1 ..... 155
..... ..... 100
! 80 ! 30 29%
:::LS I
..... ..... .95'
125% 125 125 I
106% 106% 106%
..... ..... 20
86% 86 ' 861
98
....*. ..:.. los
37% 37% 87
..... ..... 102
!.....(.....117
I.....(.....( 86
...... .'. ion '
158% 157% 187%
.. 90%
.......... 90%
I.....I....-.30%
j 94%) 94% 94%)
1 33ii( 33 I 32%
66%1 66 I 66
49 !
..... ..... 65%
48% 48% 48%
33 S3 , St*
.*.-.:: ..... 70
124% 124% 124%
33% 33L4! 33%
74% 74% ] 74%
41% 41% 41
29% 29% 29li
: 11 11 10%
..... ..... 20
..... ..... 44%
K .109%
..... ..... 6
I 65 I
192% 191% 191%
I 95% 95%! 95
:..--....... 138 * !
I 69% 69 69%
: I ...16%
..... .....t 51
41% 41%T41%
..... ..... 113
.. .... 76%
; 80% 80% 80%
118% 8% 118%
50 49% 49%
58 58 55
..... ..... 120
..... .:... 16%
..... ..... 35%
:.... :. Jt :. iei *
64% 64% 65
:.... ..... 17
..... ..... 81%
1 75% 1
..... ..... 3 -
:::::::::: !- 8'-l
I.'.".." 1 I 4-
...\ 68%
75
108%
59%
107
90.
140%
«
100
. 90%
741?
134%
144
165 .
105
30 fi
j 48%
I 97
125%
106%
j 20%
86%
99
115
37%
103
I 17%
I 38
103
158
01%
J 01
! 81.
! 05
i 33
j 66%
60%
112
67
49
S3
71 .
124%
! 33%
74%
41%
I 29%
, 11
I 20%
I 47%
: 110
59
191%
j 95%
39%
I 70
I 16%
53
I 41%
114
77%
80%
119
49%
I 58%
1123
16%
I 36%
187
64 .
18%
I 81%
75%
', n
I 69%
15S.100 —Total j shares sold.
.Id.
New ..York Bonds
U"S ref 2» reg.. 100% lint Mer Mar 4%5. 68
j : Do coupon ... .100% Japan 4s ........ 88%
. Do.3s reg 101%' Do 4%s ....' 94%
Do; coupon ....101% Kan City So Ist 3s 74%
Do 4s reg 113% L Shor deb 1931 93%
Do coupon ....113% L AN unified 4s. 99%
Allis-Cfcal Ist ss. 76 M, X A Tex Ist 4s 97%
Amer -Agrlcul 58.102 Do gen 4%s ... 87%
Amer TAT cv 45.108 (Mo Pacific 45.-...."77%
Amer . Tobacco 4s. 87%| Do cv 55........ 92%
Do 6s : ....105 N.R of Mcx 4%5. 93
Armour 4%s .... 92%N V C gen 3%5.. 87%
Atch gen 4s 99 I Do deb 45...... 93%
Do cv 45.'.; US XY.NHA Hcv 65.132%
Do cv 5«. . 113% Nor & W Ist con4s 97%
AtlanC L Ist 4« 95% Do cv 45........108%
Bait & Ohio 45.. 98% rNor Pacific 45..... 99%
Do 3%s ........ 91% Do 3s ,;""....... 71 %
- Do 8 W 3%5.. 90% O S Line rfdg 4s. 94%
Brooklyn Tr cv 4s 87% Panama 3s, ...:..".102%
Central of Ga 35.109% Pa cv 3%5. 1915. 96%
Cent Leather 55.. 99% Pa con 4s .......103%
CRR of NJgn 55.101% Readlnggen 45... 98%
Ches & Ohio 4%5.101% St LAS F fg 4s. 81%
? Do ref 55......;95%l Do gen 5s ..... 89%
Cbi & Alton 3%5. «s%jSt I, S W con 4s. 79%
C; BA Q Joint 48 97%; Do Ist: gold 45.. 92%
• Do gen 4s ..... 96% Seaboard A L-45.. .81%
C.MA StP gn B%a 92% So Pacific col 45.. 92%
C.RIA ' Pae col 4s 73% Do C r 4s .. .*.... 99%
Do refdg 45.... 89% Do Ist. • ref 45.. 93
Colo Indus 65.... 77 So Railway ss. 108
Colo Midland.4s.. 62 Do. gen 4s ..... 80
Col So rftext.4%» 98%' Union Pacific. 45..101%
Del A Hud CT,4a.'99-- Do -cv' 4s .....109%
Den A Bio G 4». 91% ■ Do Ist A ref 4«. 87
-Do ref-6s ..... 90% US Rubber 65...104%
Distillers 5s ..... 77% U S Steel 2d '65.. 106
Erie prior: lien 4s. 89 Va Oar Chem Bs.. 100%
, .Do gen 45...... 79% Wabash'lst 6s 108
'. Do cv 4a, aer A 89% Do Ist A ext 4s 66%
Do cv 4s. ser B. 80 I Western Md ; 45... 88%
Gen Elect cv 55.. 161 Westing. El cv ss. 95
111 Cen Ist ref 4s. 96%(Wis Central 45... 93%
Int Met 4%s .... 79% ". _ .
;: New - York Mining . Stocks
Alice ............. I.9o(Uttle Chief ..... 05
Com Tunnel Stock ' 22] Mexican ...... .... 4.C0
Com Tunnel Bonds* ,18 Ontario t ..... «... 1.25
Con Va Mm Co.. 1.06 Ophir -„........„.-. 2.05
Horn Silver.....' 20(St*ndard ....:.... 1.00
Iron Silver ..;... 95(Yellow . Jacket ... 85
LeadYille • Con ... ,101 - ■■■ ■ _
■ New 'York ' Curb Stocks .
NEW YORK. July ! 22.—ES.*P.*; Hutton A Co.'a
wire says: "The market a was . slightly , active
today, . but' Inclined to be weak. ■ Nlplsslng sold
down to 7%. rallying slightly at the close.;. The
Porcupines were . weak." ■ '-,
The following list Is furnished by E. F. Hut
ton i Co., 490 California street. San Francisco:
Bid. Ask.' , : ,:, Bid. Ask.
Amer Tob ..392 394 |Trl 8u11i0n.... % %
Braden ..'... "5 5% lUnited Cop.. 2 3'
Brit Colum.. .4% ,"*5 I Do pfd ... 10 16
Bte Coalition 18 19 « (Yukon ....... 4 1 4%
Chi Subway.. 3% 4 Ely Con ...7 16 %
Coos-Ariz-... ■ % ■ 1% Mason Val -.-..''8%."-»'.«..
Dolores '..... 4% *5% Nev Hills ... -3% 3%
Davis Daly.. %*1 Nev Utah:...ll-18 %
El Rayo ... 2% -3% So Utah .....'. % "*%
Ely Cent ... l-■" 3 (Keystone .... 2% 2%
First Natal.. 1% 1% Iron Blossom. 100 110 ;-
Glroux --..-...: 8% 6% Colorado ....42 44
Gld Daisy .'.'-,7**10- Sioux- Con '..-22 25>
Florence .**: .' . 1% 1% lmont >..... :8%, 6%
Greene fan 7%-- 7% -tlon *......: 7 9.
Gug Exnress.l9s * 200 • | Jumbo lEx .; 18 19 „
Inspiration .. 8% 8% Tuolumne ... 4% .4%
Inter Rub 26% 28% West- pae -.. 17/19?
Kerr Lake '.. 5% s%|McKlnley ... 1% 1%
La Rose, ...3 15-16 4 Tonopah .:...** 5%: 5%
Mines of Am 5% » :.% Palmer Oil .. 1% 1%
Montg'Sho... "2*6 IGlrt Belmont.. IB ..-ll9'*
Nlplssing ... 7% 7% Doble ...:.. v.1% 1 11-18
Ohio 19-16 1 11-16! Holllnger ....11% 11%
Bay Cent. .1 9-16 1 Stewart .....' 03 100 *
San -Toy. ... 36 45 , Verde ....... -;, 85
Standard 0i1.630 659 , IStudebaker ... 64% 63%
Sup A Pitts. 15% 17 ■ Pr.-.."..-;,-.'.. .106 107
Boston Stocks'.
BOSTON*. July 22.— E. F. Hutton & Co.'.
wire says: ."Declines in Nlpisslng and Centen
nial were only features of the- market this
morning. Changes' in . the ; rest of the list . were
only ■■ fractional. „ There' are : rumors -of a. cut in
Nlplssing , dividend.... and • inspite of denials •• we
believe there is some probability of It. -Calumet
and - Heclj declined 2 points to 448. -
"Algouiah will start • drilling the Xo. 6 hole,
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, SUNDAY, JULY 23, 1911.
Mining, Oil and General Stocks
Close the Week Without Feature
880 feet northeast of the .No. 5, within a few
days.- " - .■""■ < '
"A '■ Houghton correspondent. reports the fol
lowing latest developments' at. the Dow proper
ties at the lake: The richest rock yet In evi
dence at the Franklin Is now being encountered
on the south drift at the thirty-first level. In
diana will Immediately begin •to sink I a second
shaft a little to the northeast of the No. - 10
drill hole in the northwest part of the property
in > section 1 21. the object of which being - the
lode located by diamond drills Xos. 11. 12 and
13, having a width of 100 feet and showing 25
feet of - good * copper. The No. 14 hole at, tha
North Lake on the same : strike as the No. 11
at the i Indiana Is now down 160 feet ■ and has
not yet reached the ledge.'"- - .
The following list Is furnished by E. F. Hot
ton ft Co., 490 California street, San Francisco:
Bid. Ask.) Bid. Ask.
Adventure .. 6% 7% North Lake.;. 8 8%
Allouea 30 80% Old Dominion. 47 47%
Arcadian ... 3 31.4 Osceola ......102 103
Ariz Com .. 15 15%!0Jlbway ..... 6 6%
Atlantic .... 6 ' 6%(Parrot ...... 11% 11%
A P....... 4% 5 IQnlncy ;78 73%
Do pfd ... 15% 15%.Shannon ..... 10% 11%
Balaklala ... - 4 4% Santa Pa ... 1 1%
Bte Coalition 18 *. 18% United Shoe.. 60 50%
Cal ft Ariz.. 67% 57% ; Do pfd ... 28% 29
Cal ft Hecla.44s 450 ISuper & Boat 5 5%
Centennial ..11 : 12 Super; Copper. 32 82%
Coppr Range 61 61% Tamarack ... 35% 35%
Daly West... 6 6% Trinity ...... 4 4%
East Butte.. 14 '/ 14% 0 S. Mining.. 38% 39
Franklin ....11% 12% .Do pfd ... 49 - 49%
Granbv ..... 38% 33% Utah Apex .. 2% - 2%
Hancock .... 28% 28% Utah = Copper.. 50 50%
Helvetia 1 1% Utah Coos .. 17 17%
Isle Royale.. 18% 17 Victoria ..... 1% 1%
Indiana ..... 13 13%[Wolverine .. .110 110%
Kerr, Lake .5 5%i Wyandotte ... 1% -1%
Keweenaw -,;-?Jt •3% Winona - ..... 8 8%
Lake Copper. 36 36% Greene Can... 7 7%
La Salle ... 3% 3% Glroax 6% 6%
Mass Con.. ,8 8% Ray Con .....17 17%
Mexico Cons. 1 ' 8 Algomah .... .8% 9 ■-;
Mich Mm .. 2 2% Bos ft Maine. 107 y 107%
Mohawk .... 47% 48% Bos ft Albany.l 222%
Ncwhouse ... 7.". 8© (Bos Elev ...125%129
North Butte. 88% 33"-,. United Fruit. 195% 195%
Nev Cons ..-19 ' 19% Swift .'".. .*... 102%102%
Boaton Curb Stocks
The following list Is furnished by E. F. Hut
ton & Co., 490 California street, San Francisco:
,<...'. : Bid. Ask. . Bid. Ask.
Aria & Mich. 8 12 Keystone .... 2% 2%
Ahmeek" ....163 175 I Live Oak .... 21% 22%
I Bohemia .... 2% 2%"Majestlc ..... 65 67
Boston Ely.. 19-16 1% Mason Val -..-9 9%
Calaveras... 1% 2 'Xcv Douglas. 2% 2%
(actus ...... 10 14 (Ohio 1% 1%
Chief Cons.. 1 1 l-16!Oneco 2% 2%
Corbln ...... 8% 4 .Raw Coalition 4 6
Chemung ....■"— 5 |Shnttuck Arts 17 17%
Ch1n0....... 23 23% San Antonio.. — 5
Davis Daly.. 88 90 Sap & Globe. 15 23
Eagle & BB 30 ,40 South Lake... 7% 8
Inspiration .. 8% 9■ | Verde ....... 82 90
London Closing Stocks
Cons for money.. 78%|Lou1st & ; Nash....
Do for acct.... 78%|M, X & Texas 37%
Amal Copper .... 70% X V Central .... 112
Anac0nda......... 8 (Norfolk & We5t...112 ;
Atchison .........116% Do pfd ........ 92
Do pfd -".."..... .106 Ontario & West... 47%
Bait a 0hi0...... 112% Pennsylvania 64%
Can, Pacific 253% Rand Mines ; 7%
Ches & Ohio .... 85% Reading ....81%
Chi Great West.. So Railway .......34
Chi,, Mil A St P. 132' ' Do pfd .... 77
De Beers ... 18% So Pacific 128%
Den A Rio G.... 29%! Union Pacific .... 197
Do pfd ... .59% Do pfd .......... M
Erie 37% 0 8 Steel 82%
Do Ist'pfd...., 60% Do pfd.'.; 122
Do -d,pfd.....>49% Wabash .......... 16%
Grand Trunk 30% | : Do pfd ........ 87
111 Central ......148 I ;
■ Bar sliver Steady; 24% d per ounce.
Money- 1 'SI% per cent. - ', - ".
The rate of discount in the open market for
short bills Is in; per cent and for three months'
bills 2 1-16 per cent. , *
Condition of the Treasury
WASHINGTON. July 22.— At the beginning of
business today the condition of the United States
treasury was:
' 'Working balance In treasury offices. $92,879.
--551; in banks and Philippine treasury. $34,273,
--858; total in the general fund. $154,244,185.
Receipts yesterday, $2,464,027; disbursements,
$3,585,880.'" "■ '% ""■■ *
The deficit to date this fiscal year is $18,825,
--659, as against a deficit of $9,389,281 at this time
last year. :■■'■•
These figures exclude Panama canal and public
debt transactions, *-;■•
New York Money Market
NEW YORK, July 22.Money on call, nomi
nal time loans, dull; 60 days. 2%®2%; 90 days.
2%®3: six months, 3%@3%.
Prime mercantile : paper— per cent.
Sterling exchange— with actual business
In bankers' bills at $4.8475 for 60 day bills and
at $4.8815 for demand.
I .'Commercial bills—s4.B4.
' Bar ». silver—s2%c.
Mexican dollars— w
Bonds Government and Vallroads steady.
Chicago Discount Rate
CHICAGO. July 22.—Exchange on New York,
10c discount. -
Northern Business
PORTLAND. July 22.—Clearings, $1,707,754;
balnnces, $272,071.
TACOMA, July 22.—Clearings, $552,846; bal
ances, $72,438. ■ ;- i. -
• SEATTLE, Jnly 22.-Clearings, $1,426,5011
balances, $184,154. U\Tv?.v!7
SPOKANE July Clearings, $582,700? bal
ances, $48,640. -
San Francisco Bank Clearings
Local bank clearings last week were $45,904,
--821. against $43,803,547 for the same week last
year, an Increase of $2,099,274, or about 5 per
cent. • ■ : , , ,
American Securities in London
LONDON,. July 22.American securities were
steady and a fraction over parity on the stock
exchange here today on favorable crop reports.
Union Pacific and Canadian Pacific received the
most attention.
Hongkong and Shanghai Bank
■' W. H. Harris. * agent for the Hongkong and
Shanghai Banking corporation at San Francisco.
has received a wire from the head offlce of the
corporation at Hongkong as follows: "Subject
to audit the bank dividend for the half year
I ended June SO. 1911. will probably -,'t be £2
per share.: Added to silver reserve fund $500,000.
Carried forward to next half year. $2,000,000."
Including the above the capital and reserve
funds of the bank now stand as follows- ; Paid
up capital. $15,000,000; reserve funds,— Sterling
resedve.*f 1.500.000 at 2s. $15,000,000; stiver re
serve, $17,000,000; carried forward to next. half
year. $2.000. reserve liability of proprietors.
$15,000.000..: . ■ ■ . ,
- About August 1 the bank will occupy quarter*
at the ; corner of Montgomery and California
streets, which have been remodeled for | appro
priate banking rooms . This Is the corner pre
viously occupied by the bank prior to the fire.
Weekly Clearing House Statement
-.NEW YORK,; July 22.—The statement of clear
ing house banks for . the, week I shows that the
banks hold $16,859,450 reserve ln excess of legal
requirements. "This Is an Increase of $7,711,750
in the proportionate cash reserve, aa compared
with last week. The.statement 1 follows:
-?-.*• >-- ■'■-"■ "■ DAILY < AVERAGE '.- -. '- -'
, Loans, $1,998,997,000; decrease, $13,734 000
• Specie, $353,404,000: increase, $4,916,000
• Legal tenders, $35,894,000; Increase, $778 000
"Net" deposits," $1,868,025,000; decrease, '$8
-063.000. , ,
' Circulation, $47,428,000; Increase, $222,000.
,', Banks' cash reserve ,In vault.. $369,441
■ Trust companies'. cash reserve In vault till
-851.000.'-." .-•--' ■ -- ''---; '-"., '
*.. Aggregate; cash reserve. $439,208,000.
- -Excess lawful reserve, $18,859,450: . increase
$7,711,730. "
, Trust companies' reserve with clearing house
OIL SALES FOR THE WEEK
Week ending Friday, July " 21," 1911. Compiled by Hopklns-Maltman company.
. ' Stocks - H'eh. Low. Last. Shares. Value.
t Associated fill 49.00 48 00 48 75 3o $1,470.00
Brookshire '..:..".■..'...: .."..] i 32% l 3"ii 1 v>K ........
Carib0u..........; .....;......... " [•;%, '73 73* ........;
- Claremont ."' i""o ljo * 1 '°o "-"■"'.: ..'-'■"/■•"'"
Coallnga: Mohawk;-.;...........-..........-.-..; ',73 ',-,0 "50 '" l\!;v;".;; 5
Coallnga National ..................... !20 '->()•" 00 ""' ;.;.!....
; Consolidated Midway !l3 11 '\\ . ■■' *i Vco **317.00
; ;Cre5ren5T...*..:..........*........ ....... ;io !io ' lio; TI.J. .........
Pabney .: .10 .10 .10 ..... ,::.'r:.-.ri
De • Luxe J .....; 1.12% 1.12% 112% .........
"Dominion: ..■:.......*..;........... 1,00 100 i"oo " ' „,......'
-Empire.......;..'...'.. v 1.50 1:00 koo '.'.'.'.'. .........
-Enos ..........-...-................;...,,. 77 , -77 7
-'; Four Oil*.. *. .................! ',}■> ji i •"-*--* '.".".'.'.'.'.'.
I mania," Crude-'..;... ', 1 ',"> ii jo !!"!* :':.......
Mark !36 ..........-....;... .:.*... 2.07% .1*73 j '10 .Vs'oo "6,730 00 i
, Maricopa National ...... .......:...;...,.•.,. ».20- "o 20 i'3oo ■ 300.00!
-Mascot ....... ... — .....'. i"sfl - i;so , I'Jo ;'.:.., .........
Mecca .........:. .....1.75 1.75 1.75 ..... .......:.
; It trick ........:..............; .10 , w . :lo ..... .........
iMonte-Crlsto ............ ;.... 2.tt) 2 00 2 00 100 200.00.
• New Pennsylvania .50. js ' '-.'is- 1 Of.O '".rmio
Occidental-,'.........: 1,3 "15 15 '
r Pacific.States.'.';.'..'..."......*........... . ' „30 'go '30 .".'"' ;■';-.■;.;::
-Palmer 1,2714 . i*"r, 1 "2.*'"'■"■ 230 * -' "318.75'
Palmer Union ."..;...v....-- .48 *" '48 48 *ViO 120.00
Peerless ...........V . .....:.-'4.75 '■.'•-.• 4]73 4*75 100 47. r>.oO
» Piedmont *...;... „ 03 o- „^
••; Pinal • ..;. •••.••••........ ."'K2.->':,.s>_>r> 5*25 "*"'; '.".'.'.'.','.'.'.
Premier —..... ,5.3 '. . ,4ft ' 4t> 2100 sn'l'.oo
Republic •• .49 ■ ,49 4'l .
; '; Section -25 t."...'.'..*...*. ".........;...- '32.30 32 50 'o'-.o •■'-■-■■ .
Sliver Tip ....;.......•. 1.20 l'.2(V ' I'2o ".'.'.' .'...'.'..'.'.
SWAB . ."*......:.'.. .21" "- .16 . 116 lO.'sm • 2.2(18,(0
■Sterling; 130 1.30 *1 30 ..... .
Turner .......:. .. 1.0.V l.tc, 1 o-V ..
W01verine.............;.................. '„4 0 *«| .40 II ...
I W-K-011...... „..2.80 2.80 '-«> SO •.- . .....:.
j .Ye110w5t0ne.,..;....... ............,.v" . :10 .10 '10 .;.; .;....".....!
Total ... $ iiTllio *..$13,592!73'
members carrying 25 per cent cash reserve, $81,
--582,000. .
ACTUAL CONDITION
Loans, $1,993,084,000; decrease,' $15,247,000.
Specie, - $355,459,000; Increase, $6,606,000.
I Legal tenders,. $55,852t000; decrease, % $957,000.
- Net • deposits, $1,865,851,000; .decrease, $9,
--079,000. . -.. ...'••
1 » Circulation.'s47,ss9,ooo; decrease, $117,000.
• Banks' cash reserve ln vaults, $373,475,000.
* Trust companies' cash reserve In vault, $67,
--886,000. ■: - ■ .'-,;.', "-"■ ■■' -..
Aggregate cash reserve, $441,841,000.
Excess • lawful reserve. $19,511,250; Increase,
$7,798,450. -.-;,..
...' Trust companies' reserve with " clearing house
members carrying 25 per cent cash reserve, $64,
--821.000. ;■ - :■...-'■•.
■ * Summary of. state banks and trust companies
in greater New York cot reporting to the New
York clearing house:
Loans, $638,374,800; Increase, $2,212,200. .
Specie, $65,683,800; decrease, $375,200.
Legal tenders, $12,685,500: decrease. $145,600.
Total, deposits, $731,930,600; decrease, $12,
--898,800. ,',■'
Weekly Market Summary
> NEW 'YORK, July. 22.—After . an extended
period of unusual dullness, the stock market was
aroused; this week by! sudden activity at rising
prices. . - A buying movement, which was i cen
tered in .the leading ' railroad stocks, carried
prices of many issues to the "highest level of the
year. -■ ',' >■■. ■ ■ ■ ■ .... - ■",-■■■:.
•-•I Belated recognition of the more favorable out
look for crops strengthened the market and led
to covering of large lines of short contracts. .
The I favorable government weather report of
weather conditions and collapse of prices la the
cotton market helped to place securities on a
higher' level. . *
;■-,The Financier will says -.
I "Expectations of a favorable showing by the
New York clearing house banks. were fully real
lied In today's statement. As indicated by; pre
liminary estimates of the currency, these was a
gain.; in cash amounting to $5,669,000. Loans
were curtailed $15,247,000 and a decline of
$9,079,000 in deposits < reduced reserve require
ments some two and a half millions.
"As a result of these operations the cash re
serve rose •to $441,341,000, which is $19,511,250
in excess of legal requirements. The trust com
panies' reserve carried with clearing bouse mem
bers, which Is no longer Included In the aggre
gate cash reserve, amounted to $64,821,000. The
figures In the average statement closely approxi
mated S those In the actual. I The weekly state
ment of trust companies, made separately to the
State banking department, showed comparatively
small changes, an Increase of $2,630,000 in loans,
a loss of less than a million In cash, a decrease
of $8,872,800 in deposits and \ a . reduction of
$1,285,700 in reserve. ' \ -.
Loans, Exchange and Silver
' Silver Was %C lower.
Commercial paper. ..............5 "ft 6 per cent
Loans on real e5tate..............6%fft7 per cent
Sterling exchange. 60 day 5....... —5J?.84« .
Sterling exchange, sight —04.86%
Sterling exchange, cables —«4.87%
New York exchange, 5ight....... —Si .02%
New, York exchange, telegraphic. —0.05
Hongkong exchange, 5ight....... — & .44
Hongkong exchange, telegraphic. —<a .44%
Sliver, per 0unce......... —@ .62%
Mexican dollars, n0mina1......... —© .50
.CONTINENTAL
New York on Pari5....................... 520
New York on Mexic0..'....... 201%
Paris on L0nd0n:................. 25.27%
Berlin OB London ;...
STOCK MARKET
■ Trading In local securities was very flight,
even for Saturday, and beyond a weakness Iln
Associated I Oil at $49 there were no fluctuations
worthy of mention. .- " "-,
5 The Premier Investment company! of; Escon
dido. San Diego county, has levied an assessment
of 10c, delinquent August 21; the Pivot Auto
Light company, one of 4e, delinquent August
11; Bakersfield Elks' Hall association, one of
$5. delinquent August 13: Vendome Hotel com
pany, one of $1, delinquent August 16.
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE
' SATURDAY. July 22—10:30 a. m.
UNITED STATES BONDS
Bid. Ask.l ... Bid. Ask.
4s qr cp new — 114%j5» qr. coup... 101 •"&"*—.
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS
Ala A '.'. sg. — — IN El Co 55.. 91 —
Am R El 55.95 99 O . G.LAII R5.101%' —
Asso Oil ss. 99% — Oak Tran 69.107 .— .
Bay CPO ss.'— 101%! Oak Tran 55.103 * —
Cal C G 55.101% — 0 Tran Cn 5s — ratal
Ca: i; a Eg . - , (ofree Cn 5s 97:" 98%
m Act ss. 99%. — ;0 Trae Co 3s 90 * 91%
Cal st C-65.100% — |0 W. gtd ss. 90%'—'
Cal,Wine ss. — 93%;0m Cable 6.?.— 106%
On Cal T 5s 94% — , (Pae G Im 4s. R*> .87
City El 55.. 91% 92 (P.E Ry ss.\ 102% 103%
C C Wat ss. — 96% Psc L&P 'ss.— 06
Do g mgss 90% — ' Do" gtd ss. 98% — -
Ed El LA 58.101 — Pae .TAT'5s. 99%.99%
Ed LAP 65.105 — P .*. C H 6s. 100
DnPt-F 4%s — , ' 86%(p: AO Rlfis.ino -- —
First F Tr55.100% — (People's Wss 70% 71%
FA OH 6s. — .102% Powell Jt 65.. 99 —
II C A S 55.102 103 Sac EGA-R35.102% —
Hon R T 65.103 — S Diego R ss. — —
L Tahoe Rss — 99 ts J UP 5«, 97% —
L BeachCG6s.lOo%K -Do Cor 6s,
L A -Elec 55.-97% — -' series-A.. 101% —
LAG A "El 5s 97% — (S F El Ry ss— —
Do Cor ss. 97% 98 ISF.O A 5J55.102% —•
LA By 5«..107%108%! Do 2d mgss — 92%
" .Do Cor sa. 99%100% Do Con Ps. — 93%
LAL gtd 6s. 99% — SJA SCR 4%s — 85
LAP lore 55.104% — : (Sierra R 65..102 '"■—■•
LAP Cal sa. 99% — IS P of O 6s
Marin W ss. 99 — I (1912); 101% —
Mkt st C 6a. 101% — SPC leg 58.112 ■-"—
Do Icm Bs. 97% 97% S P B It 65.127 —
MVA- MtTSs.IOO — SPRR Ist r4s 95% 95%
Natoma C6s 92% — |Stkn GAB 6s. 104» —
XRof C 5*.112% — (SV W g mg4s — 92%
N C Ry 65.'.103% — U G & Ess. 99%100%
n c r Co 6s 97%"98% UR of SF 45.'67% 68%
X OP Cn 5s 93% 94% Val Co P ss. — 100%
.WATER STOCKS
Marin Co .. — — IS V Wat Co. 53 56%
Prop v. pfd. 47% 50 1.-.-'
GAS AXD: ELECTRIC STOCKS
City Elec Co , lOro W, LAP. 76 —
(pool ctfs). 62 62% Psc L pfd...74 75%
N Cal Power 51 53 | Do com ... 69% — .
IXSURAXOE STOCKS V
Cal Ins Co.. 74%— IPac C Cas C 0.123 —
Firemn's Fd." — -— ! .
BAXK STOCKS
Am Xtl Bk — 135 (First Nat1n..213 '— :
Anglo^A I/»n.lSs 157%1M5r, Nat Bk. -"*- —
Bank of Ca1.202%205 (Union T Co.. — .' — ';,
'■■":. I SAVINGS BANKS
Ger 8 i- L.2900 , — IMut Say Bk. 63 75
Hum S 8k..124 135 (See Say Bk.. — 375
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS
California . ,1J — (Presidio ..... — 35
POWDER STOCKS
Dn Pont pfd — , 93 (Giant Con ..20% —
• Do com ."."— 132% I '
'■;'-■'SUGAR STOCKS
Hawaiian C. 3R% — |Makawell S C 10 , —
Hoookaa SC 10 ll%!Onomea S C. 43% 44%
Hutch SPC 16% — iPaaubauS C. 23% —
Kllanea SC.IO - ■'— j Cnion S Co.. 35% —
OIL STOCKS
Amal Oil Co. 45 50 Union Prov ..100% —
Asso Oil Co. 48% — United Pet ..100 —
Palmer OIL. —.1.82% W Coast 0 pf — 101
Sterling OIL. — 1% Do com ... — —
Union Oil ..101 —- I
. MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
Alaska PA 91% 92%|P»e,Aux FA — , 3
Cal F C A..109 — Pae 0 Borax. 153 ; —
CaU Wine pfd 86 — |Pae:TAT pfd 96 97%
Do com .. — 63%! Do com ... — 49
HY* ■ MtTm.. — — (Philip TAT— 20%
N Alas S C 0.112 — | .
- SALES '■•
Morning: Session
Board— - ■'
: 100 Associated Oil Co .49.00,
100 Hawaiian C: A 5ugar........ 38.30
..." 50 Union Sugar C0.............r.:. 36.00
$3,000 Market st. Ry Ist con;ss. . 97.50
■ Street—- :.-■.■■'■
1160 Union Sugar Co. 36.00 .
SUMMARY OP
THE MARKETS
New; York ; stocks and coppers
''weak.'-
Spot cotton 10 points higher.
Local stock markets very dull yes
terday. ;, ■.-- . ■ ■.-.
Local : hank clearings Increase 5
■"per cent. .■ (.
Barley futures continue to ad-
■•■• vance.
Wheat and oats unchanged.
Grain*, bags steady.
Free-, purchases ; of hay In the
country.
nop market continues firm.'l S*UHBQ
Live, dressed and cured meats un-
changed. .".
Nothing new in the bean market.
Eggs higher. Butter firm. Cheese
unchanged. "
Vegetables in good demand.
Potatoes firm and onions weak. .■■■'.
Bartlett pears .bringing high
■"'prices. • ,
Other,, fresh fruits active and
firm. ...
Poultry market liberally supplied.
$2,000 Market st Ry Ist con i 6»...«~ 97.50 '■"■
$2,000 Natomas Cons of Cal 6« 92.25.;
UNLISTED SECURITIES
1 Bid. Ask. I Bid. Ask.
Natoma D6s 06% ... Oak"& An Ry 14% 15%
Ocean S Ryss 25 — Pi .-, w com. 2% 3
SF :& NP 55.103%— Pae n&F. pfd. 88 —
SF & SJVss.lll% — 1 Do com ... 61 —
West»Pae; 5s 93% 93%|S Cruz Cem.. — 54:
Ewa Sugar.. 30% 32% .
MINING STOCKS |
a
The Comstocks closed , the week very dull yes
terday and | the only fluctuation of - note was a
slight recovery in Mexican from $4.02% to
$4.12%..- - -
Active stocks among ' the southern Xevadas
were Goldfleld merger at [email protected], Nevada Hills
at $3.70ig:3.77% and Rescue Eula at [email protected]ßc. ,
A wire from Boston to E. F. Hutton A Co.
yesterday said:';. "A mining engineer.thoroughly
familiar with the underground workings of Gold
fleld consolidated says: The property has more
ore than It ever bad, and the 50c quarterly divi
dends - will surely continue. for . a year r and a
half and two years more, and possibly longer,
before they drop the extra dividend of 20c per
share."
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Following were the sales: on' the Saa Fran
cisco Stock exchange yesterday::
COMSTOCKS
Regular - Morning Session t
500 Best & Belch. > 30( 500 N ' Gould A C. * 10
100 Coa Va M..1.07%! 300 Savage ....... 15
800 Mexican .... .4.10 1100 Scorpion ....„ '- SO
100 Mexican .. .4.12% 200 Union Con ...1.55
100 Mexican .....4.10| '
Informal Session
400 Belcher ...... 501 200 Ophir ........2.10
100 Best & Belch. 80 300 Ophir* ..;... 2.07%
1000 Chollar ■.......' 15 200 Savage 14
700 Coa Va M..1.07% 1600 Sierra Nev ... 48
50 Con VaM....1.05 200 Union Con ...1.55
400 Mexican .....4.15|
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
Bld.Ask.l Bid.Ask.
Alpha ....... 05 06 Hale & Norc. 17 19
Altai... — 10Julia Con .... 35- =37
Andes ....... 13 14(Justice ..*....."— * 11
Belcher ...... 50 55!Kentuck Con IS
Best & Belch. 30 SlJMexicao 4.12 4.13
Brims dollar. 20 —Occidental .... 65 p-
Brans Potosl. 20 —Opbir ........2.07 2.12
Bullion ...... 07 09 Overman — 48
Caledonia ..., 51 —.Potosl ........ 23 30
Challenge .... 10 ISJSavage ....... 14 16
Chollar .; 15 17!Seg Belcher .. 17 18
Confidence , ."7 60 —(Scorpion ...... as 31
Con Va M....1105 I.lo;Sierra Xcv ... 46 47
COB Imperial. 08 04 Silver Hill ... — 10
Crown Point.. 66 —Union Con ...1.55 .66
Exchequer ... 09 !1 Utah ......... 13 14
Gould A Cur. 16 1»| Yellow Jacket. 31 33
TONOPAH AND ''FIELD STOCKS
v Regular Morning Session
2000 Coalition .... 05! 100 Pitts S Peak.l 82
10,000 Gld Merger. 21 195 Do. s 5..... 80
100 MacXamara ...18 50 Pitts S Peak.. SO
1000 Do, b 90..'.. 20|2000 Rescue E. b9O 17
600 Mlzpah Ex ... 70 500 West End ... 50 j
200 Nev Hills, 55.3.70(s- '.• '
Informal Session
200 Relmont 6.v- ]i.,«, Mineral Hi 11... 05
1500 Blue Bull ... 05.2000 Mineral * Hi 11... 06
2000 Coalition .... 051 100 Nev Hills 3.70
f»C 0.-D.;,..-,: 07j 800 Do, b 60..3.77%
10.000 Gld Merger. 21 100 Nev Hills ....3.75
£230 Gld -Merger M 221 300 Nev Hills ..3.77%
5000 GM Merger M 2.i;7000 Rescue Eula'.;. il7
10.000 Gold Wedge. 02:6000 Do, b9O is
3000 MacNamara ..', 19'ICOO Rescue Eula .. : 17
1000 Man Con. .;.. 05 500 St [yes -...;..' 30
2000 Mayflower ... 05( 1000 West End ... 66
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
CALIFORNIA
Bid. Ask.
Central Eureka .' ....1:20' —
XEVADA' ;.;• ',;".;
Tonopah District .
Bld.Ask.l Bid. Ask.
Belmont .....6.75 83 North Star ... 14 15
Jim 8ut1er...... 27 29 ! Rescue Eula .. 17 18
MacXamara .. IS .19 Ton Exten ..." 85 -91
Midway 17 18 Ton of Xev... —6.00
Mizpah .Ex -..' 69 70: West End ... 56 .57
Mvutcna (A 70|
Goldfield District
Adams ...... — OliG iana Ex. — 02 :
Atlanta ...... ,15- 17|Gld Merger M. 23. 24
Blue Bell ... — 01 Grandma : 02-04
Blue Bull ... 04 03: Great-Bend .. 02 03
Booth 08 D'iGrt Bend Anx. — 0|
COD 07 OS'Grt ! Bend Ex. — 01
Columbia Mt.. 03 Ol.Jumbo Ex .... 18 19
C<m Fractilon. 10 ll(Lone Star .... 0.1. 04
Conqueror 01 02,0r0 .......... 05 06
Cracker' Jack. — OllPotlaich ..... — '2
Dmdfld, Daisy. 07 OS!Red Hills 02 03
Dmdfld Trngl. ~ 01 Red Top Ex.. — 01
Flonnce 1.30 l.BSiSandstorm Ken 05 06
Frames Mhk.. 01 —'Silver Pick .. 01 IK
Gold Bar Gld. 04 00 Specrhead Gld. 05 06
Gid Con M...5.72 5.7315t Ives ...... 2S: 30
Gld Portland. 01 •'; —(Wonder ...... — 01
Gld Kewanaa. o.**< 06 Yellow Tiger.. 03 04
.'-■:.' Bullfrog District . " '
Amethyst —* 01 [Mayflower Con. 06 06
Bonn le Clare.. 03 051 Mont Bull frog. — 01
Blfrg;Xat Bk — v OlfTranip Con .;*'—'■ 03
Homestako K. — Oljvnlley lew... '..—'■ 01
Manhattan District
I Man RIB Four 23 25lMustang Man.. .02 03
Man Con 04 05 Stray - Doe .... fc
Man Dexter... 03 04iThanksgivlng..- — 04
Mineral Hill., or, 07! "
I ' Other Districts
Atlas Wonder. — 121 X Star Wonder ■' 14 15
Eagle's * Xest.. 01. 02 Pitts S Peak.. 82 ' 85
Fnlvvw Cent.; 02 —Ramsey ...... "—J 01
Falrvw G Bid 02 03 Raw Coalltloii. 04 06
Falrvw Eagle. -V) —Pound Mt> .... fin 62
Jack Tot .... 03 — Tecopa Con -v.'»''-* 25
Xcv Hills ...3.77 3.50)
Assessment Directory; Comstock Mines
Company— No. Del. hoard. Sale day. Amt.
Julia ........... Jan* 26 July 27 .05
Con. Imperial... .. June 27 ....,,-. .01
Union ......... 28 July 6 ... .15
Utah .13 July 6 July 31 .05
Alta ..... 80 July 10 Aug. 3 .OR
Chollar v...15 July 16 . Aug. 10 '"■'.
Sierra Nevada.. 26 July 17 Aug. 11 .10
Crown Point... 10 July, 22 Aug. 11 .10
Bullion ....21 July 28 Aug. 25 *: .05
Belcher ....... 05 ' July 29 Aug. 21 .10
Savage ....... 21 Aug. 19 Sep. 12 .10
Challenge,...; Aug. 17 ' ... 05
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OIL STOCKS
I Business In the oil stocks continues at a low
ebb and the daily ■ sales are latterly • confined
to two or three stocks. . - Yesterday | was no | ex
ception, i only three stocks selling. Palmer was
weak at $1.20 and Maricopa 38 also weak st
$1.92%@1.95. :-. '■' ,:,,.'.'...
...Monte Crlsto was ex dividend of 5c yesterday. :
Sauer-Dousrh Oil has declared" a dividend of
2%c per share.' * .
The Balrd .oil ..any 'has levied an asses
mentof 2c, delinquent August 14; the Clam
Shell Oil company one of $1..' delinquent
August- 21. :" „.-..
The. last several weeks have been devoted ■ to
steady.; development: on the Palmer.' properties
and:the outlining of future ins for Increased
transportation facilities. „ '■
"Palmer No. 1. after continuous production* of
more, than two - years of about I.MO barrels a
rts v, |finally sanded; up a. short< line ago. j. The
field staff immediately: commenced opening up
this well for the purpose of .-leaning It out and
discovered a most Interesting, phase in the fact
that the tremendous gas:pressure had forced a
solid wall of sand around the 3 'neb tubing In
the well. Consequently, the-entire production
was forced through the 3 inch 'ing for several
hnndred;feet, thus explaining the even and con
tinuous flow, and also demonstrating that' In the
big gushers of the Santa i Maria-Palmer: field -It
wlll.be possible to-pack the tubing within'the
casing so as to. control the fldw of the; wells
and Insure the.;, same steadiness and duration
of. flow that has .marked Palmer* Xo.;l-as the
premier producer, from ' the standpoint of coa
sistency. In California, Good progress. ls , being
made.cleaning out the well, and it Is the con
clusion of :the. stair in charge that it will start
flowing.agsln in ashorf time, when; it will
undoubtedly become evenalarger producer than
for some lime past;-due to, the accumulated gas
pressure resulting from its having' been'closed
down while being cleaned out and ;to : the : oil
having - full egress through -: an unobstructed
casing. * -...' -» •'., • '....: ■ ...
Palmer . Xo. - 2 continued' flowing; at the tre
mendmis rate oflt.OOO to 10,000 barrels per day
until all the t aveliable storage on 'the property
was full of oil, and then the well was : closed
in. It having produced over: 600.000- barrels of
oil since opened upithe last time. , '
Talmer Xo., 3 Is pumping steadily, producing
300 to 400 barrels per day. and at times shows
Increasing gas pressure- sufficient to: cause the
field force to believe It.'will -soon, be* a flowing
well like Palmer No.-, 1, 800 feet east and like
tbe Union oil company's well - Xo. 3. - about 400
feet south. ..-■' . ■'..-'
Palmer . No., 4 flowed - for a short time while
the tubing was being put in tbe well, but ft
was found, necessary to.close.it down until
proper: storage facilities could be provided. This
has now; been done and the well again put on
the pump, producing "steadily from 300 to 400
barrels a; day. the full capacity of- the pump,
and,.. undoubtedly, will become a flowing well as
Barley Market Slowly Advancing
Bartlett Pears Bring Good Prices
**j
soon ;as the accumulated sand hn- b#*n
cleaned out.
:?*Palmer .No. 5 was successfully completed this
month at a depth of 3,085 feet, having pene
trated more ; than 200 feet of »the ; richest oil
sands yet > developed .on .the Palmer properties.
It la now on the pump and, as the gas pressure
is Increasing. It is.expected that: this well will j
flow •; in : time, as have .lis neighbors ' on" the
property, §,■>) ■
■<*■ For ,many months team* .' and ' men hay been
at j work ; building • reservoirs *on j the • property; for .
the j storage of oil and orders were '.placed for
the construction of four steel tanks, each having
a Rapacity; of - 56,000 barrels. Three of these
tanks are now completed and-the fourth one will
soon be finished. -This will" give a permanent
tankage of 250,000 - barrels,' Including the four
original * steel > tanks . of ; 10,000 ■ barrels' c« parity
each. .; If. all 5 the reservoirs were filled ■■ to the
brim i they would ' bold about 750,000 barrels.
making a * total ■ storage » capacity jof 1,000.000
barrels of * oil. The Palmer Oil company has
about :< 600,000 - barrels of * oil ;on _ hand, from
which It Is making deliveries. - »-'
* On the Midway 40 acre * lease of the Palmer
Union; Oil company the^flve completed wells are
now on the pump, "producing steadily, and well
N0.6 Is nearly half finished. '-" *- !"'.."
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE |
.. * Bid. Ask. I *.. - • Bid." "Ask." ;
Asso Oil ..49.00 . —New Pa Ptt 48 —
Brookshire.. '—"■ 1.82 Occidental .. 15 . —
Caribou .... 75 I.oo'Pac.S Pet.. —, ". 35
Glaremont.. 1.20 1 ..".Oipslmer .....1.22 1.25 |
Coal; Mohwk 50 " 70|P*lmr Union :— . 51
Coal.Natal. ■— 20JPeerless ....'4.00 '■■:—.
Con Midway 11 12!plnal 5.25 '",— I
Cresceus;...' 10 ' 20iprem1er *..'.. .' 45,; —
Dabney .... -—'10 Republic ... — 48
De Luxe .. 1.12 I.2')'Sectlon 25... - —32.50 1
Empire '..".'•.. 1.00 1.40 Silver Tip:.. '""— 1.201
Four .... .12 . —(S W * 8... in ,21
111 Crude '..•-.■ —> ■ 12'sterllng -....' 1-30 • --
Maricopa N. 20 «•■•' —!Turner .:..-. 1 .OK . 1.20
Maricopa 3«. 1.95 -Wolverine .V 40 -.-,—
Mascot ...".. — • 1.60 W X Oil Co. 2.80 3.00
McKittrick.. 10 * - --Yellowstone. — 10
Monte Crist 2.00 2.1.V '""** ' '-'•- * "''-y 4,"J
'"'.'■•' SALES
' 10:30 a. m.— ' • --.-., ..* .
100 Maricopa 36"..."..'............':..,.. ,1.92%
100 Maricopa 36 1.95 ,
',-■■• -' Informal— ■--■..<-.-.••■ . •--.»r * ;• -.
50 Premier '.....'.".';;•'..;; '..".".:'.\ ."*."."..*..".'.*" ' '.40 *:
600 Palmer-..., 1-20
LOS ANGELES OIL EXCHANGE
[Special Dispatch to The Call] -
I.OS ANGELES. July 22.—Weaker, prices for
some of , the) popular stocks 'and, an ; uneven mar
ket for other snares- served to enliven the trad
ing this morning at the call of the Los Angeles
stock' exchange. •.'••;:.' "."V,."."',, •',.:'. "-'-: -'■;':•:.'*.
Consolidated - Midway and California Midway
were especially weak and there waa some selling
of small blocks at declining values.
-Associated oil also was sold at reduced prices,
while there was a firmer undertone in the market
for Mexican petroleum shares. The call: -"
i Producers— . - Bid. Asked.
Amalgamated 01! ........... 44.00 • 50.00
American , Crude Oil C 0...... . — , .42 ;
American: Pet. Co. (c0m.)..-. 39.50- .40.50
Associated OIL 49.23 49.37%
Bear Creek Oil A M C 0...... — ":.'• .75 ':
California, Midway Oil C 0.... .38 — .
Central ...................;. 1.92 1.96
Columbia .:......;.......... 1.08 ... .1.15
Consolidated Midway Oil Co.. .10% .11
Continental Oil .: — .35
Fnos Oil Co — .62%
Euclid nil Co — .53
Fullerton . Oil — . 5.00
Globe —*.", .10
Jade OH C 0.......... 20 .28
Mexican Pet. Ltd. (pfd.) 71.00 ',72.00
Mexican Pet. Ltd. (com.) 36.75 . 37.12%
Mascot Oil Co — 2.00
Ollnda Lend Co. (0i1)........ .48 .60
Palmer Oil C 0...... ...".1.24. .1.30-
Penna'Midway OIL C 0..; 11 —.-
Pinal 011 C 0................ — 10.00
Rice Ranch Oil Co • ,36% —
Section Six Oil C 0........... — .10
Traders Oil C 0.,:........... 69.0» 71.00
Union 101.00 .-.* 101.87%
United Oil Co 75% .76%
Western Union ............. — 119.00
White Star Oil C 0........... . .26% .35
Nevada Midway OH Co .14 —
Oleum Development C 0....... .04% .04%
•* . . ■■ sales:
;,,'...- Morning Session .
10 Associated Oil 49.00
" 20 Associated.Oil .................. 49.12%
1.000 California midway .39%
1.000 California Midway *............*.; .39%
1.000 California Midway ..........'.-..." 39
1.000 Consolidated Midway : .11%
2.500 Consolidated Midway..* ..".." 11
3,000 Consolidated Midway... ...... .10%
"10 Mexican Pet. Ltd., (com! ...... 37.12%
", 4 Mexican Pet. Ltd. (c0m.).... 36.50
23 Mexican Pet. Ltd. (c0m.)......... 37.00
1.000 Oleum Development. Co ...."...*...' 04%
3.000 Oleum Development C 0... "..., * .04%
GRAIN MARKET
Wheat and * Other Grains
I ' Wheat—The past week has been ' like many
j others -. preceding - very . quiet and 'without
feature. Prices show no further change.' ■
CASH WHEAT '"
I California club, ; $1.42%@1.50;" white Austra-
I lian, $1.5501.65; - northern . club. $1.60;. Turkey
1 red. $1.60(31.65: Russian red. $1.50: forty-fold.
I $1.52%; bluestem. $1.65(31.70 per ctl.
' .-.• - ■ -. : .'.."---FUTURES.".
:No quotations. -■.-.: .-.
'■■;,Barley—Fntures were a fraction or two higher
yesterday. and the'cash grain was quiet and un
changed. :. ..''-■• ■; ,■>.....
CASH BARLEY '• -
No. 1 feed. $1.32%: choice. $1.35; off grades,
$1.27%<ai.30; -, brewing. nominal; shipping,
$1.37%@1.40 per ctl;
. -. ' FUTURES .
-'lO a. m Session : -'..,
',«•-' Open- High -• Iz-w ' Close
December ...$1.39% $1.39% $1.39% -$1.39%
May—No sales: $1.45 bld% $1.46% asked.
Oats—Red. $1.20*31.25 for common to fair,
$1.27%@1.32% for good and $1.35(81.37% for
choice; black, [email protected]%; gray, . nominal;
white. $1.60 nominal. , .
: Corn Western states yellow, la " bulk. • San
Francisco track. $1.6591.67; white, [email protected];
mixed. $1.63; sacked prices, 7%c higher: white.
Egyptian. [email protected]%; no brown offering - ■'.* .
Rye—sl.so(gl.6o per ctl.. ' |
■ . Forelgs Fntnrea J
..'-;( „.".:... LIVERPOOL "-. * :; r"'"'.'
Wheat— July .. "". Oct. . Dec.
Opening 6 11% 6 9% .'6 10%
Closing ......... 11% 69% * 6 10«? I
s s .' i PARIS -■ ■■'-■ :- -;- -. -j
Wheat— ' July :'. Nov.-Feb.
Opening $1.31% $1,33%
C105ing........ ..... . 1.29% . 1.32%
> Flour, per, barrel — ,
Opening- ................. $5.73 $5.73
Closing . 5.70 5.62'
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Future Grain and Provisions
CHICAGO. July 22.—Shrinkage of estimates
of, the sixe of the wheat crop In Minnesota and
the" , Dakota* helped 7 today to swing traders
around to a bullish frame of mind. . The close.
although easy, was %c. to ;%c higher than s last
night. .- Corn - finished % to %c up and oats
varied from %c off to %®%o advance. The
end of the day 'left hog products in a straddle
between 2%®5c decline and a rise of 10c. •
Heretofore a majority of "guesses regarding the
crop :In the . three < northwestern, states appeared
to range from 160.000,000 to 170.000,000 bushels.
Today, several leading experts went on record for
totals narrowing down from 1 150.000.000 to > 140.
--000.000 -. bushels. The official': figures for ', last
year were : 177,000. ' bushels.;.. In the ■'same
connection ; arguments "... were put forth , that -at
best the Canadian crop would be late. Besides,
the .flour, business was reported as having taken
quite a I spurt, making. the milling demand 1 good.
The voting .on "■ reciprocity, - far from- causing - a
depression, seemed. If anything, to set the other
way. as being -an Important I step toward remov
ing a • long continued drag of uncertainty.- - Sep
tember, fluctuated from *8%0 to 89% c, closing
%c up. but easy at 8%@88%c. .- .
'••Predictions of dry weather forced tip the price
of corn. t-. September moved from ' 64% cto 65% c.
closing firm st %c net higher at 65%r. Cash
grades In good demand. No. -2.yellow fin
ished at 65 %ft 65% c. - 'l; ..'.; '* '-•'. *■;- '-•' - :'- - -
; ... New .oats wore . bard V. to' ■ sell % and "* formed ,* a
weight -on \ the • market. ;. High and low i levels
touched by the.; September option proved to "be
41%®41c. with last sales at > 41%®41%c, a net
gain -of; %c. ;-•";-" ■.- -- .•/-*-•* ..■■ — ..-■.•• „-,. .
; Talk ■. of : reciprocity : leading to ; pork - exports
made -'prices for that article wind up 7%c to
10c above last night.' Otherwise changes In hog
products had no real meaning. ", .. * ■■.'-.. „ ,
:" , Chicago Grc:a and Provision! Futures ~~ ~~*
CTiTCicn T„iv (Furnished hy E. F. Hutton * Co.. 490 California street.)
CHICAGO. July 22. -The leading: futures ranged as 'follow*
• ..* Wheat— < n»g - - High • *-- T^- -- ' cto«« t.,i- 01 " «-l
July .;:......-......-....;.;.- *** - ***** ■ *£■* $o£ X& TVosT
September :;...; :."-. .84% „ .89% *.* ss, 1?: .'* *$*> : *u-g,'*, *}•«& '
December ■•■•■'.• • 9\\ M ■•& •'«•> A 1 05%
Corn— ' *
July a.3% :," .63% -i» •£* "SB -' 1#
September 05% 6SiJ fi4% uaf
December '..;.. .'.A 7; A*. :.*:."'; .62%'" " .62% * 61U - - : 62 *'kT2- ''"" •**!*':
- Oats— -..•". •- ':? - '.:=-",".-°>*•*■ i-*? I ■fi2 ,-61%*-. . -.60%
i^tember"--.:::::::::::::::: 40% .40% : r< -^ ..*»* .««
September ■••••■••••■ -«v. 4, i\, 41 * :J^ :JS« -41%
December .43% 44 aai ','.,
■ 42%
•Inly •;•"••••••"•••••••••• 16,65 16.45 : 16.43 16.45 16 33
Septemt*r_ 16.60 *• . M.« - 16.60 ; 16.50 . jj;, TS
Ju1y,...;.. 8.17% 8.20 8.17% 8 "0 8 lTii i, -„
September .................. 8.27% : 8 27% 8 "7% 827% 827$ - * !'''°
December . A..........aa. ■.....- • •- H - .■•"I™". 2* «->? ** 2* Si** 11.57%
Short Ribs— ' •-*••*. ••*.•• s -'--J . *-2» .. 11.30 ".-
July : . ;^....;.:;. ....;. ... 8.37%: 8.37 .: R. 35 * . 8.35 . . 8.40 Jt
September .8.50 5.30 , 8.47% 8.47% 8 50- 11"^'^
January ..;.AAA.:..;.:.;. "7.97% 8.02%"; ; 7.97% . :8.02% „'„ 11.50 ; ;
Caah Grain and '. Provisions ; ? inspected by ,". the government " are It ' n» m,i
CHICAGO. July 22-Cash quoUtlona were as higher Fxir. f.miiv wr „« I . M
'ollows: Flour, firm: winter patents. $3 ratfe?^'Kte^fc meSS "«"* .^ 1: *mll »'
1.35; dd-rtralgbta, [email protected]; .pruig straishts, Looked Lef 23c per lb **"' |18 bb!"
$4.!0«*4,80; bakers', "'53.4504.50. No. I^.:
W)%<aNic. Feed or-mixing barley, «s<B*«c, ao
fair-to choice jnaltlng.-. $1.05«1.14. 1 No. -1
southwestern flaxseed, nominal; do No--A»°?H"
western, nominal. Timothy seed. [email protected]>.
Clover.", $9013.50. Mess pork, per bbl. $16.50®
16.67%. - Lard, per 100 lbs. $8.17%. Short
rib*, sides (loose (.. $7.62% @5.37%; short clear
side* Iboxed), [email protected]%.
GRAIN STATISTICS . ...
Primary receipts were. 1.438,000 bushels, com
pared with 953.000 bushels the -corresponding
day * fear ago.. Estimated receipts for Mon
day- * Wheat.-418 cars: corn, 64 cars; oats, ITS
cars: hogs. 36.000 head. , ■' '"'
cars, DAILY MOVEMENT OF PRODUCE
Articles Receipts Shipments
Flour, barre15...:.'......... 17.100, 17.100
Wheat, bushels .-f?2-*S 32£
Cora," bu5he15............... 117.500 ?S'I2S
Oats, bushels.. •.-....'.325,800 37§'££
Barley. •'bushels....-..j...--e.'«»- - 'Jan
CHICAGO, July 22.— E. F. Button • & Co. a
wire" says:.-. !... ■ . ■ ' „ „
". "Wheat—Nervously strong, . but really large
market. •In * wheat. . Sentiment among -profes
sional ; speculators largely of a higher price, and
not much of any other sort of trading apparent
in " pit today. Temperatures have been ; a little
higher generally In the "spring wheat country,
but have not checked the talk that harvest in
Canadian northwest will be late, making crop
liable to. fro«t . damage. Further black rust re
ports came from western Minnesota and parts of
North Dakota, but. the'buying either here or in
northwestern • markets -Is not - In keeping = with
the claim* - of ." disaster - indicated by - the < mat
reports, today or the crop-estimates;;of the va
rious experts. ■''-' Three of these have gone , pub
llrlv on record for yields of -.000.000 bushels
or 'lower '■ for ! the three - states,' against' 177,000,
--000 bushels as final- last year. > Meanwhile. cash
wheat la' available fon sample - tables here s today a
at l%c. under,lts delivery, value, and daily de- aj
Mveriea' show that the speculative price is best '
to be had. - Primary- receipts for.tbe week have
probably j never been equaled, and are. 9,885.000
bushels, against, 7.808,000 bushels last week, and
4.205.000 ■ last year.? I Local - receipts : this -w«ttr (
"are.nearly 4.000.000 bushels larger than shl.ip^K
out. at 4.868.000 bushels, against 502.000 bushels 5
a year ago. The market' here has developed mor^ '
strength : than other grain—ln fact, : showing
gains when others were weak. , ,
."Corn —Opened higher on. lack of rain in the
belt and expectation of dry weather over Sun
day, but the market was a sm*u, and nervous
affair. Early »buyers -soon filled up, and not.
many were .willing: to extend their lines over
Sunday. •- This , made the market rather weak at
j times. ' There have been 'numerous reports here
from * various ■ sections :of the -- big corn • states,
showing many barren stalks and crop in critical ,
condition' from Insufficient rfelns.'. Local receipts
this week were but 584,000 bushels, and week's !
shipments were ■ .539.000 •■ bushels. - Cub-:sales
here today-were-291,000 bushel*. .
■ '"Oats Have, shown very little Independent
strength. . although .rallying st times following
corn or wheat. Cash oats have been the drag.
New oats are * hard to sell - and v No. 2 white,
new. are about I%iHl%e tinder old. There are
46 cars new In; today's arrivals of 180 cars,
nearly all grading No. 2 white and standards.
Week's »receipts here were less than the ship
ments this week :at i 1.510.000 bushels, against
2,043,000 bushels, but eastern demand is now
being supplied - from Indiana and . Ohio, . and
local dealers, are distressed at. how to take cars •
of the run of ; new . grain now = beginning here, j
elevators having their . hands full with wheat, j
Primary receipts' this week were 3,848.000 bush- ,
els. against 2.110.000 bushels last week, and i
2,820,000 bushels last year. Shipping sales', re '
ported 230.000 bushels. Cash oats %@lc lower '
in sample market."-
Northern heat Market
■*."", WASHINGTON.
- TACOMA. July Bluestem, 94c; forty
fold. 86c: club, 84c: 'red Russian. 83c. Car re
ceipts—Wheat 9. oats 3. hay 19.
SEATTLE. July Bluestem, 92c; forty
fold, 53.-: club, 83c; * fife. 83c: red Russian.
82e. Oats. ; $27. per too;; barley, .$25; a ton;
bags. $8.25. Car. receipts up to jioon—Wheat
12, hay 8, corn 1, oats 1. '
:,„■•■•■ . OREGON.
PORTLAND. July : Track prices: Club.
RO<gß!c: bluestem. [email protected]; r ed Russian. 79*$
80c; valley, 81c; forty-fold. [email protected] Car re
ceipts—, 4, . oats n., hay ,6....
New York Grain Market
.' NEW 1 YORK." ** July» 22.—Flour—Steady, with
business slow. Spring patents. $4.9005.15: win
ter straights. $3.90(54.10: winter patents. $4.20
@4.50; spring clears. i $3.75«-4.10; winter extras.
No. 1, $3.3553..V>: winter extras. No. 2. $3.15®
3.25; Kansas straights. $4.10/94.25. - Receipts.
20.765 barrels: shipments, 5.797 barrels. '..-
--» Wheat—Spot, firm: No. 2 red. 91% c elevatffe
and 02% cf- o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern. Dnlutl»|^
$1 09% f. 0.. b., afloat. Futures market: i Per
sistent complaints of black rust In the northwest
again sustained the wheat market today in the
face of a light ' trade. Closing prices were "He
higher." Jnly closed at 92% c, September st 93% c
and December at 97% c. Receipts, 153,900 bush
els; shipments, 51,509 bushels.
■ ' 4 '■ Report "on * Foreign ' Crop" '
- ROME. Jnly 22.— monthly report of the
International Institute of Agriculture issued to
day gives the following estimate.
I Probable yield of . wheat In Spain. 42.630.000
quintals; Hungary. 47,323.000; Italy, 53.500,000;
Roumania. 133.234.000; British India. 100,596.000.
. In Spain' the corn yield is 6,901,000 quintals
and rye 2.074,000 quintals. .....
" The condition of cereals in Russia is satis
factory ; except ln the east. .
The cotton crop shows an. average condition
in- Egypt. • ■-..-;
The producing In -the t northern hemisphere;
Wheat, 54: rye, 103.1; barley. 107.7; oats, 101.9.
Minneapolis and Dnluth Grain and Flax
;. MINNEAPOLIS. July 22.—Barley—
. —No. 3 yellow, fi'c.
.'Oats—No.' 3 white, 41c.
*."■' Rye— 2. 78c. .'"'"■- ' M
Wheat— 96c; September. 9«%®96%e?9
December. 97%@97%c. Cash wheat—No. 1" hard.
90ig90%c; No. 1 northern. 97%(599%c; No 2
northern, 94%(&97%e; No. 8 wheat, [email protected]
95% c. -'...;..''
Flax- Closed at $2.16. --.-: '
DULUTH. July Flax—On track " and to
arrive. $2.15: July. $2.15; September, $2.00,
nominal;; October, $2 bid.
LOCAL MARKETS
; Receipts of , Produce July 22.
Flour,- qr sks.'. 2.24oLeather, rolls ... 50
Wheat, ct15...... 1.200 Tallow, ctls .... 895
Barley, ctls. .... 3.260 Hides, No 695
Oats, ctls ... 4,055 Pelts. No ...;... 330
Corn, ctls .'...... 600! Lime, bbls „ 1.000
Middlings; «ks -..-- 10 Sugar, . ctls 12.000
Potatoes, sks ... 7.155 Wine,: gals ..... .32,300
Onions, 5k5,..1...* 1.333 Livestock. "So ... 310
Hay tons ....... 1.003 Honey,, cases .'.-... 7.1
Wool, ska ...... 84 Piper, ..... 630
Malt, sks \."..... f SOO'Oranges, bxs -....' 800
Mealfalfs, »ks .. 1.40O! Lumber. M ft..,. - 20
- WASHINGTON
Flour, qr sks....,B.oOo(Feed. ska 6,813
- WESTERN STATES ... .
Flour, -qr 5k5..... I.o2o'Corn, ctls „ 600
Wheat,, ctls .... "600|, .. "- t
;,.'-. :: Provisions .' *■" '" ,^
- Cottolene—Half bbls, 10% c; 1 tierce, 10% c; £■__
tierces, 10% c: 5 tierces, 10% c per. lb; callfen*,/"
9%C for 1 1 tierce, 9%e for 2 tierces, 9%c for ' 8 '
tierces and 9%c for half bbls; 60 lb tubs, 9%e.
- Hams and Bacon—Hams, 18<220c; picnic
hams, 13c: California hams. '. [email protected]; eastern i
fancy bacon. 4 to 6 lbs. 28c; 6 to 8 lbs 2514 c»'
to 10 lbs. 23% c; 10 to 12 lbs. 21 %c: sugar cured. '
26c: light Bry salt bacon. 8 to 10 lbs; 19% c; 10
to 12 lbs.l 18% c; • medium bacon,- 16c; light me
dium bacon, 16c. ..-.:•". -...,'. - '-.».'D '.'■;
California Bacon, H. H. brand—4 to 6 lbs 24c^
6 to 8 lbs, 22c; 8. to 10 lbs, 20c; 10 to 12 lbs.""*
20c.'-' .•..---,- ■■ ,:-•"- ■- . ;,.'... -..v. ■'„. "... '
'. Eastern Lard and Otis. Western Meat brand-
Tierces, lie: 60s (per case)." $5.63; 10s. $7.05- 5s
$7.13; 3s, $7.20: compound - lard, i tierces. B%c"
-#os (per case),:s4.2s; 10s, ' $5.40; ss. $5.48- Is."
$5.65: yellow cooking, oil. 58c". per gallon- whits
cooking oil, 60c per- gallon; salad OIL 63c per
gallon. -:.*.»-' e--. ; •■"*;'* ■.■> ■ ■■.- ■.■ •- - ..... ,"
California '"7 Lard, M.: *L. brand-Tierces.
9%c; 20 lbswooden buckets. 10% c; 60 lb wooden
tubs. 10e; 80 lb wooden tubs, 10c; cans 2 to a
case, $10; cans. 1 to a case, $5; tin buckets 4
to a case. $8.; large tins, 6 .to a case, $6.30
--medium; tins. 12 to a ' case, $6.37%; small tins*
20 to a case, $6.45. *- .; -■ - - - ;..-"*
California Compound ■■ Lard, H. 'H. brand-
Tierce -basis, 8c; wooden tubs. SO lbs net Rile
wooden tubs. 60 lbs net B%c; wooden buckets'
20 lbs net, B%c; large tins. 1 to a case. $» 12%.
large tins; 2to a case, $8.15; tin buckets, 4to a! \
case. i $6.70: large tins. 6 to a case, $5.26; me
dium tins 12 to a case, $5.32; smalt tins, 20 to
a case, $3.40. -. .-■:/■■.-.,, ■„.„- ...r\ !',"".■ t
- Beef— prices are quoted. Export lots.

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