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COMMERCIAL AND MARKET NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
ASSOCIATED OIL
BOUNCES BACK
Stock Opens Weak in Morning,
') but Rallies and Rises in
Afternoon
Further Financing Plan Still is
to Be Determined, Says',.:-:;;
Report
' •■ ••• - . ■
PAUL SINSHEIMER
," The expected. rebound In Associated
Oil came yesterday and the price?was
carried back to 42%. It was weak at
the opening at 40%, but rallied be
fore the end of the morning session.
In the afternoon a fair demand de
veloped and prices rose accordingly. At
the close the stock was strong at 42%."
Reports attributed to the management
of the company were to the effect that
the plan of further financing was still
to be determined. .
Hutchinson sugar plantation ad
vanced sharply to 18% upon the expec
tation of extra dividends. It had been
selling earlier In the week at 16%, and
was neglected at that. Sales yester
day amounted to 450 shares. Union
Sugar was also stronger at 36% with
37 asked at the close. . --*.-"
The general weakness in oils was
reflected in the sale of a few shares
of Union oil at 97%. The stock is on
a 'dividend basis yielding 7.2 per cent
on par. The-company has recently
opened a big gusher, on its Cat canyon
property. The issue has been weak on
the Los Angeles exchange, where the
stock Is more active in the trading.
The drop here was In line with the
decline in the south. .
■ Spring Valley was firm at 57%. The
price Is holding up? In anticipation . of
successful negotiations • with the city
government under the next administra
tion.
Bond sales reached a total of $60,000.
The monthly letter of S. B. Wake
'field: & Co. has this to say of . the oil
situation: *
£ "That the government will probably
withdraw from entry practically every
acre of unlocated oil land before Jan
uary 1, and - that' in considering- loca
tions the government agents will be
critical regarding : assessment work
and Improvements, is ; the general be
lief among oil men. It Is a rumor
which can not actually be confirmed,
but which is so widely believed that
all of the operators are taking all
necessary steps to protect their X in
terests. Not many of the bigger opera
tors object to such an order, as ?it
would have a tendency to prevent over
production. -
"It is estimated that California-will
produce more than 80,000,000 barrels
of oil during the present year and the
production Is fast Increasing month
by month. The market is Increasing
also, but not in proportion to the out
put of the wells.' To sustain* an ial
ready low market price it is necessary
to continue the work of building great
storage tanks and reservoirs, such as
that which is to be erected by the In
dependent Oil Producers agency..
"Oil is to be used in future onfall
government boats in the . Puget sound
artillery' district, according to recent
orders. ,7 Every boat of the Pacific Mail
Steamship company- will be trans
formed Into an oil burner if the request
made by the management on the board
of directors is granted. It is ex
pected that this will be done at i this
month's meeting of the board. • It will
cost some $2,000,000 to ' make 7 the
change, but this amount will soon be
saved by using the cheaper fuel."
The same authority comments as fol
lows upon'the sugar market: - 7
"The marketing of the first of the
' American .beet sugar crop, which -'Is to
• bo a,large one this year, so counter
balanced the effects of the * poor Cuban
cane crop and the poor beet sugar crop
of .Europe that the high prices with
which the month began were • broken
by 55 points. Sugar, stocks remained
comparatively firm until the ! middle of
the month, when most vof them fell off
a few points, and a few have advanced.
*At the" height of the rise? raw sugar
advanced to 5.965, a ; point which > has
not.been reached before for 22 years.
But for the largeness of the: beet crop
in this country it is " probable that the
price ? would have . soared still higher.
Beet culture In. the United States ;is
growing so: fast that within a short
time the American beet crop will con
trol sugar prices of 7 the world. The
Louisiana cane crop, is satisfactory and
the sugar Industry will mean many
millions to the United States this sea
son.- " > ' 7 "X ' ' ■?.
"It was expected by those : best in
formed that the high prices would.con
tinue? for two or? three .weeks longer,
but American refiners declined :to buy
to any" extent and the only live market
was that stimulated ; . by European op
erators who bought new ; crop Cubas
for shipment January to.April- to cover
their short sales of beet sugar.". 7 '
/Another.: sharp rise 'occurred?ester•*.
day in silver. The price advanced from
.55 to -'; 56%. The local market follows
the London quotations and the financial
houses and smelting- companies 7were
without complete? particulars!! ,7 Since
the outbreak of the 7Chinese? revolu
tion silver i has been s moving upward,
jumping in a * few . weeks ?from': 52%.
The oriental*-.banks; undertook at the
beginning of the trouble to add to their
silver reserves. . - The sudden upward
movement of yesterday, however, was
attributed to a "spot squeeze.'* The
available supply in: the London .market
Is in ? strong j hands, and has * been held
tor higher - figures. ? Forward or fixture
silver failed to show?^corresponding
upward tendency, although? the price
- was somewhat higher. There were •no
demands for t local export in this market,
but inquiries! may follow. • -v *
Articles of incorporation were 'filed
yesterday by the-San Francisco, Napa
and Calistoga railway, with aVcapital
stock i of? 000,000. ?iThe7incorporators
named in the papers are T. V. Maxwell,
Guy- C. Earl, William H. Spaulding,
Alfred! Sutro and rCbarles;C.7 Sullivan.
It., Is -■■ set forth that the company will
acquire the San Francisco, Vallejo
Napa Vailey railroad operate ;a* line
of; steamers from Vallejo to San Fran
cisco. ■•'.:■ • .'--17"
| New York Stock List 7|
7E.F.Hntton A Co.. 490 California street.' mem
bers of tbe 7 New. Ycrk * stock exchange, furnish
the i following.; list' of - bond? and . stock *. sales • yes
terday: ,** ■ ,-.;.- ---'y..- \'. .. * 1, • f
Sales | J STOCKS iHlgh; Low Bid | Aatc
100 A Ills "Chalmers;.', r3} iZ\i >3» ' i 3J4
~3no .Do-pfd^r.-f::.-. | ill* 11 10V5 Ui%
S3.6Oo!AmaUf Copper, ... 58» ',55% : 58% 5*14
4,600 Am BPPt Sugar..: 57% -56% 56% .'57 »
....... I -Do pfd ...;.;. I .-.;..4r.-.-v; 98 100•-'.?
12.400 Am Can C0...-~.. ; 12% +11% m 4 :12%*
"7.1001 Do pfd ?.n.*,r.\ 9SK ooyj.BiT* *»2*4
•t 0,000; Car & ' Fndrj-.j 53%; sl%t»Gi%\-33%.
COURT DECISION \
* [-] BOOMS 'STOCKS;
NEW , YORK, 5 Nov. , 9. — Wall
street's .view of . the acceptance by *
the' court- of : ; the American To
bacco reorganization v plan y was
registered emphatically, today *; In',
the stock-market. Securities?
were purchased confidently : In*
large amounts. Prices rose ex
tensively in; every quarter *of the*
market. . *--'-,-' *■-.- ...:■",■ ■ XX >7-v
■y While - the American Tobacco ■,
stocks and bonds 7. were strong,
their movements were not so pro
nounced 'as ". those' of' the more ac- -'
tive issues. J- United v States - Steel *
wasythe most conspicuous >figure,,
rising more than five * points ..to ,
'63%.y-7'; : v.-.?yy;,. -. x X .-"-'[, <-. ;y
..Transactions in this stock ,werei
on- an .enormous scale, with a to
tal for the day lof 421.000 shares.';
The stock was'particularly, sensi
tive to the tobacco decision be- T
cause of the' dissolution suit : in
stituted against the.United States:
Steel 'corporation ■ and 'the demand
for these shares seemed to be al
most limitless. ' * ?,
Gains were' general: throughout
the * list. ? Union Pacific -" rose to
173%, a ; gain of nearly. five points..
Lehigh Valley. American Smelting
and International. Harvester rose
four points or. more, Reading and
Amalgamated 7Copper, more, than
three and other active shares from
two to three points. /: Trading wasi
on a much larger scale, .with a
total for the day of ; well .above
1,000,000 shares. - . ? i -; V- 'X--
Reports of much greater . activ-'.
ity in the steel trade continued to
come In. " Several contracts •? for $
steel * rails are under; negotiation. ;
It was said. '. A declaration of >.- an'
extra dividend on National Biscuit
was followed by a rise of the stock *:
to a new high record.; Passing of 7
the dividend on American Cotton*:
Oil -had been predicted for some >
time and the stock, which rose two
points early; in the day, did not
fall below yesterday's close. -. t
London trading was estimated
at about 35,000 shares, chiefly
buying. United States ; Steel.
Reading. Union Pacific and Rock-
Island * were traded .in most heav
ily for foreign account.?. :..■-'■ xxx.x
Trading, in the bond market*
■was .on a.much, larger . scale.
Bonds generally showed. pro
nounced /< strength. if Total '; sales
(par value). $6,378,000. „
United States bonds were * un
changed on call. ?: 7 •:>;, \%
NEW YORK, Nov.?9.—E7Fr Hut
ton & n-o.'s wire says:,*"Again the*
market paused for breath in late
afternoon and again the : little -
period of rest and respiration was
followed* by a new s and • successful ;
bullish effort. 7 The: bears were f be-•
wildered. ; Margin calls have been,
sent out In large numbers. - Fail
ure to respond" to them -will mean*
buying of stocks 7 and perhaps
those who respond will ultimately
have to buy at even higher prices.
Steel was the leader and. there la l
hardly - any. doubt .* that there
has been a tremendous accumula
tion of that - stock •in - the last, :
couple of weeks. If the large In
terests Intend to retain control of 7.
the * steel Industry ** In the event
that the United .States- Steel : cor
poration is -?dissolved^ they- can
only do 7so tby: ?first-; possessing?
themselves of , actual * ownership ■ of ;
an absolute « majority of .' United
States. Steel stock outstanding." -VJ
New York Stock Mat—-Con-tinned ••
Sales iX. STOCKS 7' IHlgbl Low ; Bid j Ask
100 Do pfd .......1116* 116*1115% 116%
8,700 Am Cotton 0i1... 1 46% 43* 43* 43*
....... I Do pfd ......; .. 96* 104
....... lAmer A L....7 .....| 3* 3%
....... Do pfd ......:. ..... ..... 22 . 26.;
400 Am Ice Securities IS* 17* 18* i 18%
....... Am Linseed-.... .*.... ?8% 9%
200 ' Do pfd ....... 28* 28* 28* 29
1.200 Am j Locomotive.. 36* 35* 35% 36%
....... I Do pfd *-.;.;... ..... ..... 102* 10* c
-.. Am Malt ............. ..... 4* s?*
....... I Do pfd 7..7... i ..... ..... 40* 41
45,300 Am Smlt & Refg. 72* 69* 71* 72
,600 Do pfd .7*.... 102*101*102 103
1,100! Am.Sugar ....... 118*1117 117*117*
... ; Do pfd t....77. ..... ..... 115* 118
■" ? 500 Am \ Steel t Fndries 32 |31 1 SI : 32 -
6.000, Am Tel A Tel Co 140* 138* 140* 140*
4,300 Am Tob pfd..... 199 98* 98 98*
Am Woolen ,>.... ! 26* 27*
....... I Do pfd ....... ! ..:.. .:... i 86*! 87*
2.100 Anaconda ....... 36* 35% j 36*! 36*
2.600 Atl Coast Line. 129*: 128* 128* 129*
IS.OOOIA T A5F....... 108% 107 108* 108*
•100 -D0..pfd.....*;-. 103% 103*! 103*1104
2.500 Bait A 0hi0..... 102*; 102* 102* 102*
.7....'. I* Do pfd ....... ..... j .".,-. .* 89* 90*
> 300 Bethlehem Steel.. SO* 80% 30 y 30*
' 200! Do pfd,-....:.. 58*! 58* 58 '- 58%
,8.300 8.8 T..."...:.... 78% 77* 78*1 78*
2,500 Canadian I Pacific. 242* 241% 241% 242
4.700 C A 0........... 74*1 73%! 74* .74%
.....-*.. CAA........... .'".:'.. 1 ..... '23-. 30 .
fioo C G Wr.;....... 19% 19* 19* 20
1,000 Do pfd ....... 38* 38* 38* 39
1.400 C & N W........ 145 -~ 144* 144* US
18.900 C M.A St*P.'..V. 112% 110. 111* 112
2.000 -Do pfd.-':.....". 149 148 147 » 149 :
3,800 Central Leather.. 23* 22 . 23* 23%
600! Do pfd ..r..;; 92% 92 92 7 92%
....... Cent of NJ..;;*. ..... ..... 270 295
.......IC CO. A 8t L... ..... ..... 63 75 '■:**
.1 D0pfd......... ..... ..... 92 ;....
7.800 Chlno Copper ) 23- 21* 22* 23*
900Colo Fuel A Iron. 29-: I 27* -28:. 29*
.......I Do pfd......... ..... 106. 111
....... (Colo Southern .77". 48* 49*
....... Do Ist pfd.7... ..... .:..: 74* 76
....... Do 2d pfd:.... ...'..:.... 65 70
10,900 Consolidated Gas. 141% 140% 141* 141*
900 Corn Products...; 11* 11 ill* 11*
200! Do pfd......... 76* 76 7 76 80
200 Del, A Hudson... 170% 170 169* 171
. D L A.W........ ..;;. ' ..... 650:- 560
... D A R G........ ....; ..... 24 24*
...:. v; I -Do pfd.......;. ;:;-7*. ....: 49 : 51
3,000 Distilling. Sees... 32% 31* 32* 32*
..;....!Duluths S AA- ..... . 9; 10..
...;.:. 1 Do pfd......... ..... ...;; 19? 23 *
23.500 Erie .....7...... 34;; 33* 33% 33*
2,400 Do Ist pfd..... 55 . 64* 64* 55
,100 Do 2d«pfd;.... j45 .45v 44% 45*
• 1.7001G F C0n5........ I "4% 4* 74%5 4%
I.6oo:General Electric. 7154 ■ 153 a 153* 164
I.ooo!Grt*Northern Ore* 43* 42% 43* 43*
-.7.1000n* Northern «pfd 128* 127 127*128*
300 Illinois, Central... 140* 140 HO* 140%
1.300 Interboro-Metro .. 15%; 15 * 15% -15*
2.7007 Do I pfd.*. r.:.... I 46%! 46 46* 4*l*
7;;..Y.]lnter, Mer Marine hvir.-K-..-,. 3% k 4 *■■
..-.;...f Do pfd.7....... j ....: 1 ..... 16* 15*
300 Internatnal* Paper 10*1 10% 10 t 10%
1,4001 -Do pfd..-7Y-.7. 46*148* 46% 46*
.\9oolnternatnal Pump 34*! 30% 33% 34*
1.000 -Do pfd..;..;.'.. 83 182 82% -83:.
....... lowa Central;.... ...... :.... .18 t. il9-t
....... -D0pfd......... .77.. ..... 35 7 136 7't
700 X C Southern 30* 29* '30; 30%
.100 :.D0.pfd.:....... 66 :«6.-. 65* 66 .
25.000lLehlghy Valley.... 174* 171% 173% 174 1
- 3.500JLAN:..'.:...v.. 150* 149* 150 .; 150%
.?;.... Mackay«..,.....*. ..... ..:.. 84-' 86
....... ! Do pfd.....7.;. .-.*:.-. ...v. 73 ,73%
100 Mexican-Central.-. ,33% ,33% 83% :34
1.500 Miami Copper 20 t 19* 19* 20 7
......: Minn ASt L.7... ..... ..... 35- ,36%
....Xr. "t Do lstpfd:.... ..... .:... 59 60
....... MSt AS S M ...V; ..... 135% 136*
...;;*.-*. I Do pfd v. .v.:.. .-.*..-. .7-.;. 147 152 •
I 5.000 Mo Kan A Texas 33* 32 .33/ 33*
......J4* Do pfd ..;..*.'. .'.*.-. ...7. 67* 68 ....
2.5001 Missouri Pacific; 42* 41* 41* .42 *
4.000 National Lead .. J- 51% 49 v -Bit* 51%
....... I .Do.pfd.'.:::.*.: ■.."'.-. .*.*:.': 1067 108? ,
.3.800 National Biscuit. 141* 139* 139 140%
....;.. i Do-pfd ..*...:. r.:~ .v.;. 127% 128
2.800 NeTa da "Cons;rm*. '17% 16*1 :m, | '17%
=• '200-N-Y-Airi Brake.. -50* 50*' 60*1 65 «.
6,500 NiT; Central ;.'.;: 108- 107% 107% 108
....:'.: N'T c -A*stl>:" ::Vt'r.*.V; '52% 55 7.
....... ! ~>Do'lst;pfdi..V; 7.7.7 ..7.; 98*110
;...... ' Do 2d 'pfd -'-7.77 ;.;7. .7..*. -75-- 85
200' N,Y;N if A Hart 138* 138 .- 138% 140 7
* 4.000! N«.Y^Ont«A*.Wcst 41* 40% 40* f4l*
6,500 Nor* A ■ Western.. 109*:i08* 108* 100 MS
;'.;...; -7Do?pfd'^:r..rr. .:.*;. 88-90*
• 500; North -.i American. 72*1 lt2i\ ; 72* 73 *
13,600' Northern Pacific. 120**119* 120* 120%
....... Omaha 7. 7.7777.'.7 .7... ..'.;. 134 140
....... -Do pfd 7.7...r. :.::7 .r.v: 145 f) 160
.7 7.7.*. Pacific Coast »..7 ..***:-. ":.'.". 85 95
1,000 Pacific Mail .... 31% 30;. 31* '31%
?; OOOlPaeifle Telephone. ,'4B* 47% ,47% .48%
.......I'rDo pfd.:..;::7. .V... 1... . 96*! .-.^..
B.ooo!Penn R C 0.... 123*1122* 123 ' 123%
- TOO People's - Gas..,. 106 , 105% 105% 106~
.......(Pittsburg: Coal..' :--.-.-. »18* 18*
700 Do pfd !:-..77r.". I 81* SO .'Bl% '82,'.
.7.".:.. p c;C?ft.StJL::: r.:.. .";:.-.' 'fi2.» 83?%
.V.77..**. j *Do-pfd<7.*.7.... ...77 ..^.: 10« 115 7:
'-,00 Pressed Steel Car '.32% 31% 32* ,32%
...;..- ! Do pfd........ ...-• 77.7.. :««« 98*
4,900 Ray Cons..7.j.r. 14* 14*! 14* 14%
? 200' Ry> Steel Spr Co.. 30% 30*! 30* !31**
....... ! Do pfd „.'../.*. '.:-... V.A.. 101. 103 7
153.900 Reading ?. .7:.... 150* 148* 149* 149%
....7".. Ir- Do, Ist*pfd?.*.*;. .**.77-.- .777*. ;89'»- -92fe
7:':;':':.7 I Do 2dpfd ?:..; :?.■; 7 ::.-.-; 95* „96v*
.'I.BOO Republic S A ; 1.. 21* 21* 21* 22 A
' 2,300 -Do pfd ;.•;.17.. '8L- 80*! 80% -'8li»»
-11,100 Rock Island Co.. '28* *27% 28*' 28%
;. v 4.6001 Do l Pfd .......7 52% 61* 51* 52 j
*..V.".r. SloJ-s.SSiA.I^Co .;;-.. 7:;.. 40*; 42 '?"''
.....77 ! Do pfd ?..-.*:*.. ..*,**.. ,~T. 110* ;7... 1
..:;..; s L A s:f. ist'pf ,%.v: .:r.-. 64 est?!
:.'. 1.000 '■•'Do;2d'pfds-;t?; -42% 41% 42* 42* !
V.7.7.': (St LAS W. .\.v; .;-;.: 31 32-!
„-.;... j - Do pfd*:.7:r;. .-.7.7 .7.7: 71 * 72 ?!
■ 12.400 Southern^ Pacific. 114 > 112% 113* 114 Sv
.17,700 Southern tßy.r.v: 131* 30 -314. ,31%
.4,100 rDo* pfd .'v..*..777 I 72% ,71& 72* 78 "
' 1,500 'Tennessee t Copper! 37* .36* 37 37%'
.7 400 Texas j; Pacific... . j 25* !25* 25% 25*
. 4,oooiThlrdi,Avenue..;. j 12* 11* 12 12*
100 Toledo St L &>W-19* 19* 18 y* *19* '
7 209 .?D0,pfd;;;7..... ' 43* 43 42% 43*
.7.*:7.,tTwln:City;R7T.. .AX. :...-. 105* lo«
l40,500!Unlon-Pacific. r,7 173' 160* 173* 173*
2001 -Do pfd..V.'.77-.|;92% 92% i 92* "93? .7
.. ■ ,-:-:■ -; , y.: "~ .y,.- ■-■ ■-*■: -y-y ■ - **-*-*--». "-: , .-, » .........--■ ■.--.,.
the: san:Francisco, CALL. Friday, , NOVEMBER 10, : 1911.
Sharp Advance in Silver Market
II Mining Shares Are Much Quieter
New-York^; Stock List—Continued
Sales : .STOCKS : ■ IHlghl Low I Bid 1 Ask
7!9ooJUnied Rds of S F|36% 35' j 35%| 37 7
7 8001 Do pfd......:.. I *64* 60% I 63%j 67.-,
......'.jUS Cast Irn Pipe ...;. ..... | ,12; v :Ify :
- 200—Do pfd.V..V.:.. I .43.? I 42% ,«*: | 44 :
,5.100 US Rubber.. ..: i 45% 44% | 45% 45%
* ;. 300 « Do: Ist'pfd..'.".' 108- ! 107% i 107%] 108
? ? 200] Do 2d^pfd..:.. i 74%; :74.« 74 j .<4% j
423,1001 US Steel C0r.... 1.63% I 59% | 63%| 68%
-T. 900 ?Dopfd...':.-:.: 100% 108'- I0»hi 109%
?«! 9.500 Utah; Copper:.*r:*. I -48% :.46%l 47% 48,:
'Jsl,BoOlV«.Car*.Cnem-C0.j!50% 48% i 50"*, 57 A,
.:'.v;'::|* Do pfd..-..'.T7.. < ..... i '.:...[ll7' 118%
"?.':3oojWabash :*..:;..'':•. , 12% I 12%. 12% 12%
71.3001. •Do-pfd^....:.:. '.''■■ •. 25% 2U% 26%
.VV.™r.lWells F*rgo Ex.. :.r.'. | ."....1149 1 153%
•V it soo.;West * Maryland'..j:sS%l 58% 55% 58%
;7r..:i-Do pfd......... i ..:.. , ..... 81 „ Ssy
3.3oo,Western Union...' ?79% : 78% 70 . ; .8%
? 2,soo|Westinghouse .... -67% , i*s% ,66% 67%
200IW ALE........ I 74% 4% 4% r-s;r
.::.v.: j Do Ist pfd;.... | ..... i .r... 11 512,,
....;..? Do 2d-pfd.;... | ..... 1 ..-/. *4% *6-:
:," 5001 Wisconsin- Cm...1 56% 56? 56% 56%
1,248.000 total shares i-old. ■7* *' ? :' '
•/. **-'.' .--?i'*7?*'?? New..York [Bonds 7?'?"*? ??
U S vref?2s!-reg,; 100% lint Mer ; Mar 4%5. 60 '
Do coupon ':..'. 100%* Japan ,'-4s V. .77.7< ,'• ■ 87%
?Do 3s*. Reg ... .7 101% :" Do * 4%* 77.. ... 84%
Do coupon .'.'.-v. 101%.Kan City.So Ist 3s 73%
?Do 4s reg .....113% L Bhor deb 1931 93%
■Do coupon' .....113% L*&»N unified 46. 98%
Allis-Chal Ist ss. 58 M_K A Tex Ist 4s 98%
Amer * Agrictil 5*.101%, y. Do. gen t 4%5.... 88 ,j
Amer TfcTicv 45.110% Mo » Pacific 45..... .75*4
Amer,: Tobacco 4s. 91%j iDo cv '65.::...'..? 88%
* Do * 6s f.. .....; .116% N ; R of ?Mex 4%5. 82%
Armour 4%s .... 82%. V C gen 3%5. .84 *■•
Atch gen 45..... .* 98% Do:: deb * 45:..?.. 83%
Do cv 45.; 108%>NY,NH-_ I H cv 131:, t
Do ct 5*.'..'...- 108%,N0r & Ist con4s 98%
Allan C L Ist 4s. 95%, Do ct. 4*.*.:.-.*.:-. 108%
Bait - & Ohio 45.. 88%, Nor * Pacific * 4*.".'.*. 100%
Do 3%s .....:. 82% te,Do*3s -t. 1;."•';;...68%
?Do S W 3%5.. 91 JO S Line^rfdg 4s. 89%
Brooklyn iTr<ct .4* 85 % Panama 3s f.'..."... 102%
Central* of Ga s*. 109 - Pa, cv 3%5, 1815. 96%
Cent leather 6*.: 96% Paicon »45..'...-..102%
CRR of NJ gn 58.121 .-, 'Reading gen : 45.. . 98%
Cues & Ohio 4%5.101% St L & S F fg^4s. 80%
?y.Do*ref 55;;..... 94 . | Do gen 55.... ..',BB <
Chi & Alton 3%5. 68% St L S \V con 4s. 80
C.-.B & Q Joint 4s 96% •. Do Ist gold 45.. 91%
Do gen 45...:.. 96% Seaboard A L 45.. 80%
CM*. StP gn 3%s 92% So Pacific col 45.. 92%
C.RI& Pac col:4s 74% 7; Doer 45....:7;.?97%
Do ref 4s .89% Do Ist ref -,45.*.-94%
Colo j Indus v 55. .'. . • 74% So Railway 6* 7:7108%
Colo Midland 45.. 60 «| Do gen>45.:....'79"4
Col So rtext ; 4%s 97%, Union Pacific 45..101%
Del' & * Hud cv 4s. 08%, Do cv 4* :. t.. r.? 103 %
Den? & * Rio G 4s. 90% ?Do Ist & ref 4s. 97' :
- Do ref *55..'..:. 87% US ' Rubber 65... 104 ..
Distillers 5s '..-'.*..'76 . ,C S Steel 2d 55.. 102%
Erie j prior' lien s 4s. 87 % Va'. Car Chem < 55..100%
' Do gen 45:.7...79 j Wabash Ist 'sa.'.'.'. 105%
Do cv 4s. ser A. 877? | vDo Ist k. ext 4s. 55%
Do ct 4s, ser B. 77% j Western; * Md -* 45... 87%
Gen - Elect ct '. 55.. 152 -. !Westing El 'ct * ss. 92%
111 Oen Ist ref, 4s. 96%Wis. Central 45... 92%
Int Met 4%5.:*...-79%|.'*;-:'?7%7. •'?,..
? New, York Mining Stocks
Alice -'-'A.A y..: ;.?. 1.50' Little Chief 7.7... 05
Com • Tunnel ;Stock?;,lßjMexlean*....7....*;. 3.37
Com Tunnel Bonds 17 Ontario ........ 1.00
Oon = VaVMln Co.. . 80 Ophir « ..'. .".*. . '.' 1.80
Iron Silver ...... 1.00 Standard '-. r:;.... 1-00
Leadvllle 1. Con ... ' 10 Yellow Jacket ... 68
.:-..:'?-•?'?'?-New. York Curb Stocks 7?-7 7
? NEW YORK? Not. B.—E. F. Button & Co.'s
wire * say*: r * 'The - copper ' market *. was t steady
but dull. Inspiration wa* 'strong.? -There 'were
no * features, and -the > market. closed * dull."
r The following < list •is furnished by ;E.'• F. Hut
ton- & Co., 490 California street, San* Francisco:
-.:-..■■'-X --•?-.'■; Bid. Ask.j ■:/", % x'-yl X Bid. Ask.
Amer Tob ..443 445 ■ ; United Cop .. 1% 1%
Braden v..".. 4% 5%1 < Do.-pfd;v.T 8 18 -
Brit Colum.. 3% 4 Yukon ..:... 3% 3%
Bte Coalition'l7 y 18- . Ely Con'?.'... % %
Chi '*. Subway.. - % - % Mason ' Val V. •* 8% -8 '•
Cons Aria -.9-18 ?. % NeT'Hills*?...2% 2 8-16
Dolores .....' 3% -4% NeT Utah ...7-16 ? ■? %
DaTls'- Daly.. 1 : 1% So Utah ....; ■- % - %
lEI/Rayo.... 2 : 3 Keystone,.... 1%, 1%
First Natnl.. *1 :- *1% iron Blossom. 97 88
Giroux"..:.. 4% 4 7-10 Colorado .... 26 28
Gld Daisy .. • 8 8 Sioux Con ?•• 10* . 12*
Florence*-...." 82 ■'■ 82 (Belmont .. .8 3-16 S 6-13
Greene Canr» 7%- 7% Fraction..." 8- '• 9 -.*
Gug Express.l7s r 185 - Jumbo •■ Ex .. 20 '.': 22 y
Inspiration -•. ., 8% *, B%(Tuolumne ... :v 3% * 4
Inter Rub 20 .-20% West -Pac^.. 12 13%
Kerr Lake" -.3 1-16 3% McKinley ■ ...1 13-16 1%
La Rose .. .3 13-16 3% Tonopah :.;..6% 15-16
Mines of Am 3% 4%;Gld Belmont.. 35 45 .-:■
Montg--Sho.-.72 .7 6-- Dobie ?.:: '.:?:.-1 ?:?> 1%
Niplsslng ... 7% -7% Hollinger ... 10 10%
Ohio ?........ 1% 1% Stewart 70 s* 85 -*
Ray . Central.2% > 2 5-16 Man Tran..l 11-16 1 Ll-16
San : Toy ... 43-47 West' End ... 85 .86 •
Standard " 0i1.625 645 * Wettlaufer .. '81 "• 83 :?
Sup & Pitt*. 13--20 ] ■•■; ■.-.-'':-'- -'"-'
Boston Stocks
c. BOSTON. Not. 9.— E. F. ? Hutton &: Co.'* wire
says: -X "Tb* market > today' w*» strong and bore
out £ our prediction*/ for , the 7 last few weeks.
There were good. adTance* In nearly eTery; stock
and they were ■ well • maintained, closing .at the
best pricesi of the day." ???'„?*.'7?
xThe following list Is furnished by E. -F. Hut
ton _ Co., 490 California'street, San Francisco: I
,-■--■. ■•-...-v Bid. Ask.l -'? -.v?- Bid. Ask.
AdTenture .'. 4- 4% Osceola :....'. 91 ' '■»'-' ""
Allouex :.... 28 30 -x lOJlbway:".?:.'.v 6% ; 6%
Arcadian* ... 2% 2% "Parrot ......: 9% — |
Ariz Com ?. 40 :50 Qulncy! ...... 59 60 r :
A.-P ;....'...'i 4% 4% Shannon "...:. 7%" 8- i
Do r.fd ... 15% 10 Santa: Fe ... 90 125 .
Balaklala? ... 3% , 4 "■- United Shoe..; 43 43% j
Bte Coalition 17% 17% -Do pfd ... 27% 28 -- j
Cal & Ariz:. 49% 50% Super?&: Boat '3% ; 3%
Can&Hecla.3Bs 390 > Super Copper. 23 24
Centennial'?-..* 9%. 10 Tamarack ... 25 28%
Coppr ' Range 53 • 53% Trinity ..V:'.".--- 2% -3*..
Daly West... 5% .5% D Mining.. 32% ; 32% i
East"Butte.. 10%; 10% Do pfd ... 40% 46%
Franklin .... 7% .7% Utah Apex „. 2 ■ .'■ *2%
Granby >:.::.. 30 32 Utah Copper..' 48 48%
Hancock .... 2o 20% Utah Con ... 15% 15*1
■^Helvetia" .... 75 100; Victoria ..".*... 2% ;2%
Isle Royale.. 18 - 15% Wolverine ... S3 — *
Indiana -.;... M 48% Wyandotte .. 75 80
Kerr.Lake .. . 1 3 3 3-16 Winona *.. .':". .- 3% -,4 -.■■,
Keweenaw: .. '1%?- 2 ': Greene Can... * 7% 7%
Lake Copper. 30% 30*« Giroux?..... 4% 4 7-16
La 7 Salle;-;.'.'; 4% '■;. 4% Ray' Con .... 14 -•, 14
Mass Con -..."% 6 Algomar ?:.... -3% ?3%
MichiMin: ... 1%-a% Bos. & Maine. 87 -.j 97%
Mohawk .... 42 42% Bos & Albany.22l — r»;
North Butte. 25% 25% Bos. Kiev .:*..: 127% 12S';.
NeT Con ... 17 --17%' United; Fruit.lß6 187 --,|
North Lake.. 4%"5. [Swift ..'.:'... 89%100 7 j
Old Dominion 43% 44%j . - •-.--.*> .-.?■?;..
7 ■:..-A. -?77 Boston Curb Stocks ,., .;. -■ . ]
The following : list Is furnished by E. F. Hut
ton A Co., 400 California street, San Francisco:
*~ *--j*/*.?.^Bid.'Ask.U ':'- - '-■■: r ■•■ Bid.Ask.
Aria* A Mich. .*. *• 10 *' Inspiration ~. . p 8% 8%
Ahmeek ...180. 195 ? Live Oak .... 22 23 y
Bohemia ...7 1% 2 Majestic =;.... * 35 -36 t".
Boston;: Ely.. *87 .-,. 90'; Mason "• Vsl *.. * 8% '. »
Calaveras ... 57 •-62.-. Nev '.Douglas.2 716 21.
Cactus f.7...7 24 • 26. Ohio .7 1% .1%
Chief J Con "7 65 ;70 ■-' iOneco -, .-.. .7.. -J. 1% ,71 %
Corbta.:...:..' 1% 71% Shattuck 'Ariz — - 16%
Chemung ..*.: '4 - 5<- San* Antonio.-, —, -V ,*> r*.
Cbino s-.r..... 23 23% Sup s A .Globe.—;;.' 9**
Davis** Daly.. 891 90 (South I^ke... .4; 4%
Eagle & B B. 40 -50 ' Verde-..777V.vl * 1%
Ely Witch... -2; 6.' i 7 r'? : „- 7 *
'2-7 '77" London! Closing .Stocks ,*
Cons < for money.7B 1-16: Louisv A Na5h.77.153%
Do : for * acct. .78 13-16 If. • X A 'Texas.-.;. * 33%
Amal i Copper .... 58% N„Y'Central.7.**.:7llo%
Anaconda ..'..7v..-> 7% Norfolk t A West. *
Atchison 7...:.'... 111% Do pfd *.r. :*:...;• 91
fl Do pfd -7*77 .7.7; 107 *„ Ontario iA * West... 41%
' Bait A Ohio 106 Vi! Pennsylvania "63%
[ Can*'Pacific•*..;. 248% Rand Mines .7.77 r.fi 6%
Cbes-?<_«. 0hi0..... 76 -j Readingr":777*.*r:.7. 76%
Chi -Great? West.. 20?< So' Railway v;.T.77J31%
I Chi. Mil A St P.113%| Do pfd ; ...V.':r;i73 „
i De? Beers - :r.T. 7;'. -■ 19% So Pacific r;'.' ;**.*. t. 116 %
Den & . Rio ;G. 7*..: 25. I Union ? Pacific •'77.7175
IV. ? pfd*.7..7..760% Do pfd , 94%
Erie ..-.7'.:...*...; 34% XJ-'Si Steelir^:;:':^ t -■
Do Ist pfd.. .. . 56 I Do pfd:77Tr.7T*.112%
.Do:2d-pfd......7**6 Wabash ..........713 ..
Grand',Trunk?..'7:'26% .' Do '. pfd *.:...*"..-;.' 26 *
111 Central .17. 144 I 7; ..:?':::,-:
.ißar. silver- Unsettled;. 26d per ounce.- ■ ; . j
j; Money— 1%^j.1% per cent. 1- ":• ■;.>'' .' •'!
The rate of..discount in tbe open market for I
I short bills7ls 8%0:3% »per ■ cent and -for >three
months'; bills 3%; per -cent.', :?"'.«*"
7 7 7 Condition of the .Treasury, ■":
WASHINGTON. Nov. 9.—At the beginning- of.
business today the condition of the United States j
I treasury was: ». •: „ '7 " - "' * . xXV \
I tk Working i balance 'In '■ treasury? offices. '$74,790?
--289: in hanks and Philippine treasury. $33,698.
--| 830: the '-* total" balance in 'general fund was
! 052...??•. 77.^ '.- '.'?-. *7- '-?-"-?
*-»*- Ordinary * receipts •« yesterday '*. were 2 $2,406,641,
I with' ordinary disbursement* |of, $2,633,450.»,'-.;,
I m The deficit to date this fiscal year was $21,477/-
I 290, as against a deficit of $11,998,237 at this
| time last year. * ■'■•*' ,*-"**y7"7 XX'*~ ■%-nr''-;7;7?---7
IThese figures iexclude Panama canal and public
debt l transactions.'• ■_ *" -•■ , ~> * . .* j
s 'lAf.vi', New ? York: Money Market 77.? 7,;
NEW YORK. Nov. 9.— on call, steady
at 2%_i2% T per cent- ruling rate. 2% per cent;
closing bid.; 2% ". per cent; i offered at *2% per cent.*:
Time loans, easier:l 60 days. 3% ®3% I per cent;
90 days." 3%@3%* per cent: • six i months, 3%-$3%
per cent. ' * , - . *
*-rtPrime; mercantile paper,*4%%* per cent.-ii-
Sfe Sterling;• exchange, firm, with -actuall business
in * bankers'-"- bills * at | $4.8375 * for i 60 ? days ? and
$4.'8706 for .'demand.- - • "" X
Commercial bills, $4.83. ...
r3 Bar. silver.^ 56% c. -
Mexican dollars. 46% c. „.** 'X ''.■'
j«- Government t bonds,>• steady; y railroad y bonds,
strong.: -;- • •/- ■•**, 7'',,^
*,-■ ' ; "--vt.-. Northern Business
'£ TACOMA. Nov. *? ..—Clearings, ■ $661,154; bal
ances. $39,525. -. ■*■ 'fda-v'W*f!tS!)fi
PI SEATTLE. Nov. 9.—Clearings, $1,919,809; bal
ances, $297.461.. " ' ' r \
1 1 SPOKANE. NWr. 9.—Clearings. $836,596; bal- .
, antes, 9^"-'lj^^_^_^^^^y^^^^^'l:-lsj
11* PORTLAND. Nov. 9.—Clearings. : $1,701,209;
balances,; $90,979. •"■ .?■, .-J
» '-">• Bar Silver Advances - < I
NEW YORK, Nov. 9.— Commercial bar «ilver j
sold at 56% c lan jounce, in this ' market today, an
advance *of I%c t from i yesterday. ? This f is ? the
highest" price attained in? over a year. Th* rise
I* attributed to; scarcity of "spot" or demand
silver In London. That market's i supply *of the
metal 1. Is depleted' by reason of heavy shipments
to China In connection with the revolution. j
'A. x Loans, Exchange and , Silver .'7.7-". * j
77 Silver?baa -made aivery * sharp* advance of l%c.
It is wanted .'*;for.*lndia' and: China 7and; the :
supply,ln London Is light. -* '*' -T:^~7*i
,-Hongkong:exchange has* also made a. sharp
advance." ■ ..-* "; '!.\
Commercial paper ....'.....:...75 @7 per cent
Loans on i real % estate 7......... .5% per. cent \
Sterling ; exchange,' 60 . days .... • ■ — 4-84 '• *
Sterling exchange,; sight .... 7..' — .87% :;.
Sterling?exchange, cab1e5..7..... — -Q4-88%'*; ■■'-,
New York exchange,?sight.;......—® .02% ; |
New York exchange, telegraphic.. —® -05 '■'"■
Hongkong; exchange, sight.. '."..."i. — ® -46 7 *7 !
Hongkong exchange, telegraphic. — .46% * 7'■'!
Silver, ; per ■ 0unce..'.*.......' •' — % - .56% ..* : .- ,
Mexican dollars, n0mina1...*.......<3i.?50 ..»■«'-!
„.*,,,,__.-,;.;-y-v:'"CONTINENTAL ,'--• X —
New York on : Paris •". ••■• >- • 51"%
New York on t Mexico „'..:..:.. .".•''•....".." _201 %
Paris 0n;L0nd0n \t'."..'.'."......• • •'."...... .725.18
Berlin, on London:. .\*-.7..........;....... 20.47 %
I STOCK & BOND EXCHANGE |
;. Stock* * were active -yesterday?: notably Asso- |
ciated * Oil*: and ; the sugars. The ? oil: stock <■ was j
higher again, rising to $42.50, " while - Hutchinson
Sugar; was also higher at. 1 $18.50. ? Other .strong
stocks; were Telephone - common *at/ an advance
to * $49 • and California i Wine association at $85. I
Hawaiian Sugar was weaker, selling at $39.75.'"J'j
Sales of bonds were $60,000. 7 ;■'■"■
The ? Electric .* Separating company * has ;,* levied
an assessment of . 10c, delinquent. December 4. :
STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE j
7? ■ •'.) THURSDAY. 7 Nov.; 9—10:30 &X na.
. -.UNITED* STATES BONDS 7.
7 Bid. Ask. ; ; '••■ ?' * Bid.. Ask.
4s qr cp new — 114%[3s qr coup... 101% — I
. . - ' MISCELLANEOUS BONDS- ' 7 |
Ala A ;.W'6*. —? ; —10 G.L&Hj 55.101% — . !
Assb. Oil ss. 99%100 Oak Tran-65.107% —Ni
Bay:CPC 100% — » Oak Tran 102% —;:
Cal "Ci Of ss. 101-Ji'— V' lO Tran Cn 58.101 ■ —
Cal G&Eg ' ■ 7 ,(i Trac Cn 5s 97 —
"mi &ct ss. 100 100% Trac Co 5s 89*4 90
Cal st 56.101 — 0 W gtd s*. 00% —
Cal Wine 5*4 91*4*— *■'■ Om Cable 6s. 103 —
('en Cal Tss 94% 95 P*c G Imp 88 *; — •
City 55.. 91 ,91% P>E*Ry 5*.. 102% 103%
0 C.Wat ss. .93% — Pac'L &*PSB 90 y —
-*7 fDo?g mgss 91% — Do 'gtd 55.?99 100
Ed El LA 55.100%101% Pac T&T5s 99 —,y
Ed L & P 65.105•-.■•? P7& C;H 6s. — 100
DuPtiP 4%s — 86% P &:o;R*6s. — 100%
First- F. Trs*.loo%'—:- (people's Wss 70% —
V & ( C H 6s. 99%100 ! Powell at 65.. 99% —
H-0& S 103 104? Sac EG4.R55.103. — .
Hon'RrT 6*. 105%. — ■"• IS Diego R s*. - —vv
L Tahoe Rss — 97% S J LAP ; ss. 97 —
L BeachCG6s.loo-"— -.-. I, Do Cor 65. : - <
L-ATElec.ss.9S 7_- ! ; .series A. .101% — ■■-■
LAG & El ss*—v*!99" S FEl d By 5* — ,- — ;•»
*Do Cor ; s*. — —7* i&F.O &.. SJSs.IO4 106
L A■ Ry 55.. — 107%, . Do 2d ■ mgos 92 V* 93%
Do Cor;ss. — 100% -Do Con ss. — ; .92
LAL s*. 99% — . SJ& SCR"4%s — ? 90
LAP Icm 05.103% — S Barbar G65.100%101%
LAP Cal sa. — -**100% Sierra B 65.. 99% 102%
Marin 58.100 101 S P..0(,.f1:6« >"'>J::7
Mkt st • C 6*.100% —r- i (1912) *'.... 100% — '
Do lcm'ss."93 94% leg Ss.HO .113%
MV* MtTs*.loo *— S r B R 65.125%126%
! Natoma C 6s 92% 93 {SPRR* Ist *r4* 94% 95
N-R'of.O 55.112% 1— 7 SV W*g?mg4s 92% 93
.**• 0 Ry 58.. 102 7 — ♦-'- ( U G & E s*. i 09% —
N C P Co 5s 97% 98% UR ofSF 4s. 65% 66%
N-C Cc!sa 93% — ,--■ Val Co P ss. 99% 100
N El Co;ss. 92% : — .| 7
. 7 ... 7; .WATER STOCKS 7'J *
Marin-Co .. — . — IS V Wat 57% 57%
Peop Wpfd'43:7 44 j
GAS .AND ELECTRIC STOCKS
Cltv Elec Co : y tOro-W,\*L*P. 78% _
-(pool'ctfs). 41 — Pac L pfd..: 72% —
N ; Cal Power — 56%, 'Do com .....6a —
INSURANCE STOCKS
Cal Ins Co.. 73 — 'Pac C Cas C 0.123 — ?
Flremn'* Fd.' — 233% ?- ?* -■;;. ■""■ :.-- 7;; 7 '.
•-■-:-; ->-v.v7-BASK STOCKS •v-.-N-?"?
Am i-Ntl 8k.129 — [First ' Natn1..216% — y
Anglo & L0n.154% — !MersNat?.Bk.2o7% —
Bank of Cal. — 204% Union Co.. — *>,—- *
' *•. -;' .* "*-.-■• ■■ •-' SAVINGS '■ BANKS' '. :
Ger S'& L.2985 3500:,lMut*Say;-8k.:70 —
Hum - S Bk.. — 135 Sec Say Bk. . — 375 -
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS
California ..125 — ijl'resldlo-.....;—, —
POWDER STOQKS . -:- - .-. .^
Dv Pont. pfd — 86 IGlant.Con .. 84 • 85' :
Do com .7 — —.7 (■-.-,-'-,
- . SUGAR' STOCKS
Hawaiian C. 39% — - Makawell'S C 44% 45%
Honokaa S C IK?—7 (Onomea S C 44 — ..
Hutch SPC 18% — Pnaubau SC. — 24
Kllauea S C. 12 -13% Union*S Co.. 36% 37
OIL STOCKS
Amal OIL Co. — — Union Prov .. — ,-.:—*
Asso Oil Co. 42% 43 United Pet .. — — -
Palmer . 0i1... 75c . 82% ci W Coast O pf — * 101
Sterling ' Oil.. — 1%: : Do com ... — —
Union - Oil ... — ■ — j *, ' -
* MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS
Alaska PA. 87 — PacAux FA— , - 3
Cal' F; C A.. : — 106% Pac I C 80rax.156 r —*"
Cal ;*.Wine ABS 7 — Pac'T&T: pfd 96% —?~
-H? Do ' com V.. 48% ' — '■ Do com ... ' 49% —
MV* MtTm. — — Philip .T, &T. 26% *—7
N Alas S Co. — 105:.'
--...-'; SALES
Morning' Session
Board— - S
50 Associated Oil Co v 40.75 '
„ 50 Associated' Oil: C 0.......*....'..:.40.62%
>'■' 20 Associated Oil Co. .77...*-...-;... 41.00 -
40 California - Wine Assn (pfd)...: 55.00
15 Giant-P0wder,7......:...-••*..: 84.00
■ . —5 Hutchinson x Sugar Plantation... 17.
15 Chl Power* Co Con.-.7-:....-..?' 56.00 '
v. 100 Spring Valley ? Water: C 0..;. .V."i 57.50
i- 120 Union Sugar C0.r:..;......*...."36.50
$3,000 Central Cal Gas A Electric, 55.. 102. 00
S $5,000 Oakland Transit s Con 5* 7. .7 . 101.50
$4,000 Oakland "Traction Co 85.:.... 80.50
- $1,000 Spring lVal* Wat' gen mtge ' 45.: 92.50 .
$10,000 Pacific? Tel A Tel 55......... 799. :
' ..-Street— , IMUrjMIWIWHjj"W I_#"'^l' 1" 1]
$9,000 Sacramento El, Gas & Ry 55... 103. 00
* $5,000 San Joaquin Light & P '55.. r; *.7 97.25
$10,000 Associated f Oil ■ Co > 5* :... 100.00
Afternoon Session,' ?
7- Board— -.•:.'■ 7 * , .
■'•-' 20 Associated' Oil Co.. 41.50
.80 Associated Oil C0......r..'.:..;;42.
; '•;'* 20 Associated OH Co 42.25
■SO Associated Oil Co. 77 .......". ..7 42.37%
- ; •'• 90 Associated Oil»' Co. 7 7 :..-:...":. .*.' 42.50 *
7 i"275' Hawaiian Coml f&(Sugar.*:V.7.". 39.7.**
50 Hutchinson Sugar; Plantation... 15. 12%
'7 50 Hutchinson Sugar Plantation... 18.2."
7 340 Hutchinson Sugar Plantation... 18.60 ■
5 Hutchinson S Plantation.is 90.. 18.50
V*7 2.". Oro Water. Light & Power ..7 79.00
10 Pacific Tel & Tel (common . 49.00 7
- 200 Spring Valley Water Co 77.77. 57.50 .
$10,000 Spring Val ; Wat * gen mtge r 45.. > 92.75 ?
'■■'■' •■>.-'■-■•.•.-■ Street— --' -' 7-..-:-, '-;■?' '' "* - •
„' > 5 Union • Oil; Co of Ca1............97.50 -
: ■=* *. 125 Union' Sugar *. Co irrrr.T:7':77*.T 7* 36.50 >.;
, $3,000 Associated * Oil' Co 55.... .7 ..*. 100.00
UNLISTED SECURITIES -
■'•'•'..* -\ Bid. Ask.! ?- * 7 7 Bid. Ask.
West Pac Ry 13-*-14?* Hono ; S pool. — 3*
•^r Do J6s ;..;.; 89% 90%Peop com. 2% 2%
Esperanza 6s. 48% — * IPac - O&B ? pfd. 88% — ; .
SP & NP 65.103%104% W-> Fargo '• 187 Mi 190
■' :■*•-■'•-■■'.'■: '-.?.:'--;■•■.'-■■'■.?.'SALES ?..:.,;:? •" V. -:■'>■*-;•.•■:.-.;,
X ta 100 Western Pacific ft Railway .7 ..:.; 13.50
7? 10 Pacific Gas & Electric tpfd) 89.00.
-."100 Pacific i Gas i&? Electric com)... 66.50
v,7,i,. 40 Wells t. Fargo -8ank.....;....'*. Tt 188.00
: $8,000 Western * Pacific " Ry '■■ 55.-. 7....:. i 90.00 - •
MINING STOCKS
The mining stocks were * much quieter yester
day. 4 with no marked changes In prices. Mexi
can --"as 12^c higher on the' Florence and
Goldfleld consolidated 5c higher and Nevada Hills
10c higher. The active ' stocks among the south
ern Nevadas f were " Dester and ?North ■• Star at
about,? the a prices >of the S preceding day.
■;.. * Mining* assessments are: -yi Overman,*; Be,** delin
quent December . 18; 7 Scorpion, y.; 2c. delinquent
December 12: Oro'Cobre of < Nevada county, 3c,
delinquent; i December J 15; * Mohican i Mining j and
Milling" company. 10c. delinquent December &}M
'- ;■'•'*", THE GOLDFIELD; CONSOLIDATED M** ; 7^
1 The | preliminary I estimate lof I General I Superin
tendent *J. F. £ ;Thorn iof ,y the-: Goldfleld » Consoli
dated I Mines | company,** covering b operations I for
the I month* of October," shows | another; fine month's
performance 7by 4 thisr- property. The s.estimate
places I the * production * at" 30.826 tons *of; a] gross
value i. of i* $805,000. yi Operating .»expenses * were
$205,000. leaving 4a 7 net } profit yof ; $600,000 1 for
the month. - - " : * .
v:. This lis <, the , largest -. tonnage ' ever produced !by
the 1 mines' In i one/ month • and, with i. values > aver-.'
agalng ■*; $26.28 'J per »ton.** demonstrates g that f the
property ils *; still *. In | most I excellent i condition. j
tt Two large ? b-illton shipments I have been I made
within the last few days by the Goldfleld Con
solidated * Mines * company Jto the ? United S States
mint at \ Denver. On October 25 j $238,000 worth
was \ shipped, and 1 $81,000 J more * .was j forwarded
by America n'expressj October 30. This bullion
is about .950 \ fine, as \ tuVned! out tby J the j Consoli
dated ■ refinery," J and ft is f almost M like B the I same
weight of '$20 gold pieces going 'Into the; mint.Mj
The 1 dividends | paid Iby the 1 Goldfleld "Consoli
dated ' Mines company 1 are as I follows, says 'the
«;oldfleld*News:; • , ' ' '
No.. Date. * Rate. ■-. Amount.
1 -October 25. 1907 7:77.. * 10c 1-.-X 5355,000.00
2—November 25. 19077.'...'? 10c ? 353,377.30
3—April 30,71909:77:7-;;;: 30c 1.066.280.
1 4—July 31, 1909.. soc 1.067.364.60
Ss—October,»3o."S 1909 .**.•. 777 7* 30c ?.7*' 1.067.394.10
I c—January 1 31, 1910 rrTXtA-. r.Oe *' ,779.549,00
7—April 30, i9io.r:'r:-7; rr.' J»«;l. "■ 1.779.574.00
|8-^uly*3t>.3l9lo.Tnt7?tttS»Oc X ,1.779.574.00
9—October 31. 1911.7...'.. 50c 1.779.574.00
10—January 31, 1911 .-»* ie 1.779,574.00
11— April 29, 1911 50c 1,779;574.00
SUMMARY OP J
THE MARKETS X
New; *,York? stocks 7* and 7" cotton
'"" higher.' „ , .* ' »!- »
Copper stocks strong. ~'**2"i
; Mining: " stocks quieter with little
■ c?change.':■ t■;:'-V?*"- *-."--•"•-■ r >'--'-::■■--'-.
■ Sharp rise; in silver and Hongkong *
7-7« exchange.»>..**.-'?.■'.>'' *,'*7' '*?;- vi ■■■ —---.-:..*.'■
I Barley futures -continue •to - boom.
Oats scarce and'nominal. 7
Wheat steady and unchanged. ?
.Provisions, and ■ meats: mm before. .?,
No further : changes In beans.
'Hay market,very.Hrm.~r,? ?•
Eggs « lower, butter 7 * higher ■■"■ and <
;*7,.cheese firm,*";:*.' ■ . ■?"•♦ ".:>■ X .
Potatoes ' and* onions ■: steady to
firm. * , ,' ? *
Fresh % fruit'/ market -. dull. .
: Poultry market - very * quiet.
12—July 31, 1911*7... .7:... 50c ?; 1,778.574.00
13—October 31, -1911..:....* 50c ' 71.779,574.00
7Total :.:.......::....:...:.....: $i8,i46.i83.i0
SAN FRANCISCO ? STOCK? EXCHANGE
'■' Following were -the sale* ;on . the i San Fran
cisco Stock i exchange yesterday: •'■... 7 »
-X: r v COMSTOCKS . _
. ' x, * Regular Morning Session -- - ". -XX„„rX
1200 Gould &. Cur. -' ; 101 «300 Union Con .. 1.52%
100 Ophir 1'.'.. i.'..1.82% 400 Union: Con •■•1-50
1000 Scorpion V..V: ' 20|:500 Yellow;* Jacket. * 72
;•--;.»■:,.;■. ■■■'.■■'■.: X: Afternoon 'Session .; . . ? '.-.X.-'Xyy.
300 Ophir ?'..*..'.. 1.801 100 Union Con ... .1.50
.100 Sierra Nev: .. ) 46h100 Union Con ....1.45
1300 Sierra Nev ?..? 451 100 Yellow ; Jacket. <6
*.* •'■■■■■ • - ' * Informal Session ,*.: - '„-X'mA
.2oo Cbollar ...... 101 400 Mexican 3.57%
300 Con Va I*.*.. 78 1000 Sierra Nev ... 46
200 Gould '& Cur. -11 200 Union Con 1.50
200 Mexican ...;.3.50 600 Yellow Jacket^ 75
1100 Mexican ..... 3.55! :.- -•'■' "■--"■■-■ ."-???
CLOSING QUOTATIONS .n - *
'. 81d.A.k.l ■:■■ *; "if*"*;
Alpha ....... 04 05IJnlia;Con: .... , 35 ,-\ 38
Alta ...;.....:"' 05 -. lOiJustlee : ......". 05 y 0i
Andes ........ 12 14,Kentuck Con.. 06 -x 10
Belcher ....:. -65 70'Mexlcan 3.55 3.60
Best &.Belch. 13 ;15 Occidental .... 50. —
Brans ■ Chollar. .15 '"■"-[ — (Ophir, V. /:.. .".. 1.80 1 .So
Bruns'Potosl. " IS -''—(Overman V...i. x— 100
Bullion ...v.. ?08 * lUPotos!- — ? 20
Caledonia ;... 1.07 I.l2!Savage ~..'. V..V.% ; 12 14
Challenge .... 16 •> i 18iSeg ', Belcher ;.;. 23, •* 24
Chollar ...... 10 * lllScorplon *......? 20: 27
Confidence ... 57 ' 60 Sierra Nev 1 ... f45 47
Con Va M.... 78 SO Silver Hi 11... 07 - Oft
Con Imperial. 708 05! Union Con 1.47 1.50
Crown Point.. 85.7— lUtah :.........; 087 10
Exchequer ... 10 12|West*Con. Va. ,40 -^—-
Gould.& Cur. 10 12! Yellow s Jacket. 75 70
Gould & '-. Cur. ': 10 .*' 11 [ -> r < ~-
T TONOPAH AND -GOLDFIELD STOCKS 7 .
-' -i Regular : Morning < 8e*«lon * » y^
'500: Atlas Wonder.:. 16 500 Old-*. Kewanas.. 08
1500 800 th:?....... 07 -500 Montana'?...". • 95
1000 Der ? W-- Caps. .' 10 4000 North : Star ' ... •: 33
22.000 Dexter ..... 05 1000 North. Star ... 82
1000 Dmd B Butte. 07 5500 North: Star * ... 81
300 Gld Merger Mv 22 :.7t •' . *r ? '
.•■':'..';y<y :;.•;•;.•, v \ Afternoon Session •': -.' " ?'" - '■-
5000 Boston Ton.-., 02!3000 Mineral Hi 11... 08
12.000 Dexter'::7.T-05 4500 North Star,;... 34
1000 Dmd > B Butte. 707 2000 North Star ... x 31
; 100 Florence ..... 703000 North Star ... 30
500 GldiCon M...4.50 100 Pitts Peak.. 95
2000 Lone Star ... t 06! 1000 Rescue Eula .. ,'23
3000 MacNamara* .. 2711000 Vernal .......7 10
2500 Midway ".'.....: 24 i 200 West End.... 86
. «, y 7-7 " Informal Session :
500 COD 121 500 Montana ..... 83
500 C 0;D.:.:... 15.4000 North Star ... -30
4000 Dexter ....... 06! 100 Pitts 8 Peak.. 95
1000 Dmd B Butte. 071*000 Rescue - Eula *.. 23
1000 Dixie .-...:;:. 01 1000 Silver Pick .. 07
1500 Jumbo Ex ...'.* 20 r 1000 Silver Pick .. 06
1000 MacNamara "..'- 2S! 500 West End :.... j7 85
2000 Midway ...... 25 1600 West End*:*:.'.? 83
2000 Mizpah Ex...'.: 80:2000 Yellow .Tiger.:. 03
• •-. CLOSING .QUOTATIONS .; ■-.■-' i :
CALIFORNIA - >
..xx.':,:, ..';*.?• -„.::???'■:;.: • ■ >?-?7 '-? _. Bid. Ask.
Central Eureka ....7.....:......... .".". £ — 45
.y: : . .-yx-y.x: - NEVADA t X .:.- V ?, -'
Tonopah'.District I
7 ?V Bid. Ask. I- ■<, Bid. Ask.
Belmont '."...78.25 8.801 North Star ... 30 .31 i
Jim Butler;'.. 21 : 221 Rescue Eula ,:.'- 22 - 23
MacNamara .. 27 28!Ton,Exten ...1.15 1.20
Midway ..;.. -25 26' Ton of Nev...6.80 ■*—'.
Mizpah Ex .. 79 SOl West End .... S3 84
Montana «..?..? 83 94! .;.?,.: : : |
: - Goldfleld District
Adams 7...... 01 08 0 Kewana Ex. — 02
Atlanta ...'.;. <15 ;" 16 Old = Merger M. 21 722
Blue Bell ... 01 03 Grandma ..... 02 ,04
Blue Bull ... 06 07! Great Bend... 03 .'-..04 ,
Booth ......: 06;: 07lGrt.:Behd Anx. , — 011
C- 0~T>. ...... '14 lßlGrt:- Bendy Ex. *'-'—.-■-, 01 |
Columbia ML. "i 04 7 051 Jumbo Ex *....': 19 - 20
Com -Fraction. .* 08 — |Lone Star;'.... «06 07
Conqueror '..:.* 01 02 Oro .......... 04 05
Cracker Jack. — . Oil Red : Hills .... .01 , 02
Dmd B: Butte. OR * 07: Red Top Ex.. 01 : 02
Drodfld Daisy.-:, 05 j- — I Sandstorm Ken — -05
Florence 69 * 70'Sllver Pick-..' '06* 07
Gold Bar Old. *05 —ISpearhead Gld. ?05 06
Gld *■ Belmont.. 30 — Ist Ives .. 35 .-38
Con M...4.50 4.55 Vernal y...'.... :09 11
Old Portland. — 021 Wonder ...... — 01
Gld Kewanas. "08 - 09! Yellow Tiger.. 03 04
•-'-..-.-■-■*--- i Bullfrog ; District 7 •-'
Amethyst ..... — - OllMayflower Con. 03 .04
Bonnie < Clare.. — 02Tr*mp .; Con -.. 01 .02
Blfrg Nat Bk.'. — " OlfV'alley' View... — 03
Homestake K. — Oil v •
' • Manhattan District ?
Gold Wedge.. ■03 04|Mln : Hill ■'Con. — 30
Man: Big Four ;21 22 Mustang • Man.. ?05 :706
Man Con .:.. 15 '7 17: Mustang Ex .. ;01 02
Man ' Dexter... 05 OB'Stray * Dog ... — 02
Man W Caps.. —• 09 Thanksgiving.. 04 —
Mineral Hill.. 09 10 . ■ - ? /
Other •- Districts •
Atlas Wonder. 16 ' 17" Nev Hills .::.2.57 2.60
Eagle's Nest.. 01 04 Pitts Peak.. 94 :95
Falrvw •G; Bid 02 03! Ramsey ..:.7 .7—*7 01
Falrvw? Eagle. '40 7 50' Raw Coalition. 03 04
Falrvw Hailst '«>2 —ißound-Mt*:... 58. — 1
JackPot .... — 04!Tecopa Con .. — 20
Assessment .. Directory; Comatock i Mine*
.7Company—: ; ', No. Del. Board.'? Sale Day. Amt.
Gould Curry. 20 7 Oct.-17 *, Not. 15 ? .05
Andes >:..:.:..! 74 Nov. 2 5 Nov. 28 .05
Seg. *> Belcher... 49 Nov. ? ~ Nov. 28 .05
Challenge 7....;" 57 7 . Nov.? 18, Dec? 12 .05
Savage ....:..."22 Nov. 10 « Dec. 14 .10
Union ......... 27? Nov. 21 . Dec. 19 .15
Sierra?. Nevada. 27 Oct. 28 % Nov. 21 .10
Best & Belcher 97 Dec. ... 2 Dec. 29 .05
Caledonia-...'..85 :. Dec. ■7 - Jan., 2 .10
Overman ..... 37 Dec. 9' Jan. 3 .05
Scorpion ...V.. 20 Dec. -9 Jan. 3 .02
OIL STOCKS
These stocks continued t* quiet ; yesterday and
without - any variations ; worthy 'of t note. .
. The iG. R. ■ Oil * company! has levied an ; assess
ment . of - lc. - delinquent ■ December ;• 1: '-?*".'-"
The. Oil Age;says: - ;? ■:,'..-'?-; :"-"?■'-?■
"Kern Trading s and i Oil l. company., section 31
--12-23, Maricopa field.- after! drilling i in: well s No.
17 with -*■ standard '.tools,* * has :: succeeded >i in r de
veloping r> a - flowing i well, * said % to "■ be 7 producing
several hundred? barrels per. day. •..:?. X * ?
*'"Union; Oil company* on ',thesßell 'tract in the
Cat * canyon > district ils '* getting »a i 5.000 - barrel
flow* from ; No. '5, recently opened?up,*with?air
compression. The hole was * sanded' up ■ for sev
eral { months ? and •no s attcttpt i made Ito pump *or
clean f It. as ■ the >. company J had *no I storage \ facili
ties at»} handle | the Texpected big '; output. ?-. When
first I cleaned out | this [ well | flowed' at I the I rate lof
3.000 barrels,? but , has \ steadily j Increased tto ; Its
present "gait.": also '.'■ showing i a? remarkable 'Im
provement ?• in * the i quality, ? being t around y- 17
Beaume 'j at »the '** present * time. ?- With £ Its J pipe
lines iln : good * shape' the Union will * have ; ample
transportation *' facilities and lis 7 in f position ■• to
ship - the entire; product;, without; any delays.
,;- .'.'Union --OH s company ?j In the 5 main > field -; Is
using ia * portable >* machine to I test S the -I gasoline
propensities Ssoft' its fig gaaaers. No. 5 has
been * given ?a 5 thorough t trial *" and i shows * a) sub
stantial j percentage. Insuring I the p company of I a
gasoline $ refinery - of i this * kind * being ia success.
The S, results £ will ;?. determine whether Sor * not •* a
large .unit plant will.be"lnstalled to handle the
gas : In , this manner." *•* .
SAN." FRANCISCO ] STOCK . EXCHANGE
-* ■■ ,'■■■■■■' -*?: Bid. Ask?!-'*..:■«? 3." ?-? ■ Bid. Ask.
A*so 'OH 77.40.62 40.75' Palmer ...7? 76 p SO
Brookshire.. 7 ' 50% 85! Peerless •; — 4.75
Caribou ry.'. V- 1.10 ■- • •*' — iPremler <;.'.. -- 40 *50
Claremont.. '• •- —:' 95lPyramId;..7: : y'—Xy. 33
Coaly Mohwk * — 50 Republic^ ... ;. — 40
Coal Natnl. 712 < 13 Silvers-Tip.— SO? • —
Con Midway ' 03 ; '04 S?Wf& s ß.7'. 19 . --
111 Crude .. 07 —'Sterling .... 1.35 1.40
Maricopa* N. * — 23 Turner :.:.:■• 90 ' 1.00
Maricopa 36 '' —.' I.6o|Unlon'.'.'.". 97.75 98.50
McKlttrick.: •'. 709 , ?.y —United * 0i1... 7? 43 >«!—
Mid Premier 26 33 W X Oil Co. — 2.85
New Pa Pet 43 4^
SALES
10:30 a. m.— '
i 300 Coalinga £ Mohawk.. .7 ..:.*... ;. .40 -
1000 Con Midway ;... .04.7
■'■■■:.- ■■■-■•: x lnformal —
-1200 New Pennsylvania 77.7...7.;.:',.- 7.45/7
--x.,-u.xxx,l:Vi'.p.Xm.—.., ■*. .. . /, ' .- -,-v •
V2O Associated ■■> Oil 7.7. .*.: 40.73 T*
-6000 Coalinga National.*..'..'.'... ...7V.7:.-? : 12 '?
.:—^^^— 'J--J.:::. ... y-*.v,-*, -* *•■ -■ ?
LOS ANGELES OIL EXCHANGE 7
[Special 1 Dispatch Th* Call] X
LOS ANGELES. Nov. Union was stronger
today on the ■ Oil i exchange, - selling iup "to $98,257
Union | Provident was * steady * at ) $97.50. Oleum'
was * a s good i trader ' around :,4 %c.'-. The : call:
--: Producers, ; - - - Bid. '-Ask.
Amalgamated > Oil : 46.00 52.00
American I Pet Co (pfd) *;.;:. — 50.n0 '
American Pet Co; (c0m)...... 31.00 32.75
Associated 0i1................ 41.75 42.37%
Brookshire Olir.. .•".*:;;........ .50 .90 7
California Midway Oil Co.V:*-."? '.28%;7 .28%
Centra 15.".:..............:.... 1.94 1.99*
Columbia ?xT.'??r7r?:T?Ttr:7r:?v 1.10 1.15
Consolidated Midway. Oil . Co. 7 . . .03% 7 .04
Continental 0Hrr.......*:....-. ■ _ . - .35 i
Euclid |0U*C0.*T**7Tt.*....;.... .23 .V.
Fnllerton-OH*T:7:Tn:7*T^n*;-;. — 4.30
Jade Oll!Co.^*r^77rr.:7.-;..-.. . .19 . '.—m
Mexlcan*PetJLtd|(pfd)rr.T:.*:! 76.00 75.50
Mexican Pet Ltd (com) 37.60 37.75 ?
New i Pennsylvania vPet. Cox. :.-.'. .40. — ' .
OllndaiLand CoHollVrTTrTTrr^. — *:45'y
Palmer Oil ! Cor.TT^-tTTIfTT^TT^TS Hff^PF^S
Pinal ■ 011 1 Co.-^r^r:Trr.-'Tnii^-«-^STiooB
Rice ; Ranch; Oil Co Tr:tt.~77r^ Sft 75 UMmS^^^
Section Six Oil :Co .'.".'. .-*.':".**.:.' — .05
Traders^ Oil \Co XX. .7 .".. :..... V : 74.00 . SO.OO fig
4 Un10n'...7'.':.7:'.;:.7".-.7r7:'.-;.-,08.257**- 98,50.'
Fresh Fruit Market Very Quiet J
Butter Firmer and Eggs Weaker!
Union Provident Co. ..""... '.'• • • 97.. j '■'■ '87%
United y Petroleum ."•'•• 97.75 -—.
United Oil C 0;.............".. 45 A.k'iXAX.
Western \ Union ;;. .'r.T.Tnv:';".. — 110. w ? , ;
White Star. Oil C 0.....'...:.:.? 18 — *
"' Nonprodncers— *.** 7"7. ? - - 7.7.. * rUu.
Oleum Development C 0.:.-... 04% • •v»«*
,- -.;'?.-: •;: --' SALES;-*' ;••>' ; ...
- Morning Session7„'; , .; .. ■■-%■;
:. 10 American - Pet 'Co (com) fz'viii.
•10 Associated Oil ;....:..". •• • • 41 „A^
1.000 Consolidated Midway........*••••'• „-™/ *
t 100 Mexican Pet < Ltd (pfd) ':'...'.... r. -£7
100 Palmer, Oil C 0.................• •7'7'*lx' 4
? - 50 Union y:v. :~. ::r:7:.-...:'.'........ '.".'■ 98-00
• -10.Union Provident ..:..'.7...• • 977„
3,000 Oleum 1 Development C 0.':.......... 7*..04%
4,000 Oleum Development C 0....*;....:.. :%\ -04*14
?y Afternoon Session ??; .-. 7^-,
■*• 10 American Pet Co (com) ........ 32.00
2,000 Consolidated Midway.-.-..V....:..i. \ °* .■■■
250 Jade:.-.-.*;:;..-..*.v..'.'.;....•;'.'...'... 20%
■'■"-• 10 Uni0n.:.;.;.::....;v:;. ........". . 9«.00 ■■.--■?
1 i 2O Union 7...;.:....7....tr:*^; TT5TfTA 12%
720.Union* .......-*..-..;../...'..-..'....'98.25;•
v. 50 Union! Provident .'.:.;....... 97.50 -
1,000 Oleum Development Co:.'r.irTr^TZ^gi§oA t
Grain Market
Wheat , and Other Grain*
'..Wheat—Continues* steady,7with prices as he
fore. The , usual local' trade is reported.
? CASH WHEAT *
* California club. $1.47%® 1.52%; white Austra
lian.: [email protected]: northern club. $1.52%®1.55;
Turkey red; $1.57%fg1.62%: Russian red, [email protected]
1.52%; 'forty-fold, y $1.52% @ 1.55; bluestem.
$1.57% _;i.62%. 'iSmm%mfSmM
5 ■*!,-!:, •«. -.-.* ?::; FUTURES-' -'-' ■
:No quotations. ,.' y- -,; , -.' --;;";
Barley—Futures .took, another jump yesterday,
but. the cash feed did not follow, though it ruled
firm.'with.little offered. ?„7 .::«.* *
'.? Future* fell back in the afternoon. *
CASH BARLEY - ;
a No. 1 ? feed. $1.95(31.97%;:. choice. $2: off
grades.' ■-. [email protected]%; ■■- brewing.: $2.03(32.12%;
seed barley, $2<_2.10; chevalier, $2.25 per cental.
S-.y ■■-,;- ■.'-■;-.'.• y-y FUTURES —;- A-*-,,,:>xf
'= ■'■'•■' '~"x 10 a. m. Session . %•
May—s2.o7%. ■■.■-'•- <.-•?,..•
y December—No sales; $1.97%; bid, $1.98 asked.
2 p.**; m.* Session
; • Open High ;. Low*; Close
May-............ 7. $2.07 $2.07 $2.06 $2.06
December '..v....; 1.95 ? t 1.95 1.95 1.94
7 Oats^—The market - continues ; firm.? but . In ? the
absence .of y business I quotations *■ are: vague and
more or.less nominal. Red, $1.75*31-80 for ;com
mon, ,$1.82%@1.85- for fair to good and $1.87%
•31.90 for No. 1; red for, seed, $1.95(32.05; black,
$1.6531-75; gray,'nominal; northern white, nom
inal, ---v., 77.,-v ?,:-y....7 i ■*-.- ' -.. -■•. "7 .:
: Corn—Western states yellow,., In - bulk, - San
Francisco 7 track. xx [email protected]; - white,," $1.77;
mixed. $1.72: sacked prices, 7%c higher: Egyp
tian, - [email protected] - for : white and [email protected] for
* jßye^-$1.52% @ 1.57% per ctl.
Rye—51.52%@1.57% per ctl.
Foreian Fntnrea
?' ?7- 7. LIVERPOOL ' .
;-Wheat— -;• Dec. March May
Opening .".;......' .7 2% ;7 2% 71%
Closing* ............... 72% 72% ?7 1%
'"'r''" ":'■■'■'■ Paris 7—?-'■'7-77? 7?
.. Wheat— \ Nov. Mar.-June
Opening ..... ..........$1.31% $1.36%
Closing 1.31% i 1.36%
. Flour, per barrel—: * ■ ■
Opening ................$5.41. $5.52,
Closing ? 7.........V.:.V;5.41 5.53
- • New, York Grain. Market
-: NEW. YORK.'- Nov. 9.—Flour was fairly active
and • steadier with wheat. 5 Receipts, 43,784 bar
rels: shipments, 5.782 barrels. :- ' ' ' .'
I Wheat— • firm; ' No. 2 red. > 97%e i elevator,
domestic basis, to arrive, and 98c f.0.b." afloat;
No. 1 • northern / Duluth. $1.13*4 t. ;o. b. : afloat.
The - futures market was firmer on active | cover
ing, 4 and. Influenced by the strength in the stock
market and on the belief that "the technical posi
tion was firmer as a result of recent heavy sell
ing,, closed [email protected]%c net higher. December closed
at. 99 %c; and May * at: $1.05. ' Receipts, '332,900
bushels; shipments, 10,000 bushels.
Northern? Wheat - Market
. WASHINGTON
- TACOMA. Wash.. Nov.79.—Wheat—Bluestem,
S3c; forty-fold, club. 80c; red Russian,
78®79c. --: Car j receipts-^- WAeat 33. oats 3. hay 7.
: SEATTLE. J. Nov. B.—Wheat— Bluestem. 82®
82% c: s forty-fold. > 80c ; club, 79c: ' fife. ,79c: red
Russian," 7Sc. Yesterday's » car ' receipts Wheat
12,, oats 17, barley 4. hay 21. 7 • ■:.
.;:/*?-•*->■•---. ■-■ OREGON '
PORTTjAND. : Nov. - 9. —Wheat * (track prices) —
Club, [email protected]: bluestem. [email protected]: forty-fold, [email protected]
81c; I red * Russian, [email protected]; valley, [email protected] Car
receipts—Wheat 31. barley,!, oats 12, hay 18. \
Minneapolis and Duluth Grain and Flax
MINNEAPOLIS. 7 Nov. 9.—Wheat—December.
51.04; I May.' 91.08%; July." $1.08%: : cash—No. 11
hard. $1.0.">%: No. 1 northern $1.05% i No. - 2
northern, $1.02%<_1.03%; No. 3 wheat, 87%[email protected]
$1.001,. ■•?.? .?-."
.-, Barley—7sc(gsi;iß-;
'Corn—No.*3 yellow, 73c.
Oats—No. 3 white,
> Rye—No. 2, :. "'..':;■ A.
Flax—s2.o2.
'■ ■'. DILI TH. Not. !).—Flax—On track. In store.
to arrive and November, $2.02%; December, $1.88
bid; May, $2.02 bid. ; *
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
Future Grain and Provisions*
- CHICAGO,"^' Nov. 9.—Snow 'and<cold stopping
threshers in the Canadian northwest and making
farmer ( offerings . light .< at elevator points In the
spring | crop I states gave a lift today. to the price
of" wheat. ?. The close• was . steady at ia * net f ad
vance of %c to 1%c.-7 Latest figures' showed corn
l-16c; off: to" %c up. > oats %c, to .. %c higher and
hog products 17% "8 25c higher. . X-:-^'y -7- '-.'
!?' .Wheat.finished • at< nearly 'the top point of the
day. ? In addition to, the effects ■ of,the • northwest
storm?:, an r, improved x demand ; for '■■ winter i wheat
flour i appeared •', to ?be fan x underlying; cause -* of
strength..?. The chief immediate Influence was the
coverings of ; considerable quantities of y short
wheat '/ in I a ' pit J that ? had ' previously been « well
sold out. i Sentiment In,favor. of the bull side re
ceived I more. or less ( impetus I from I talk of | large
sales of cash wheat pending here,". though no such
transaction | was reported I brought :. to completion.',
December s swung from 93% cto ' 94% c,'" closing
l%c up at 94% c.: ;.*." :'? - ' *•
r.yThere 5 were » apparently ? big resting * orders" to
buy * corn jat* a ? shade 5 below the <, market" price,
and there were equally liberal offers jto sell at a
little ' over * the I market. 51 December ranged - from
62%e s t0«63%c,- and ? closed;. steady Xat .- 63% c," •" a
gain J of ! %c t net.;, Cash grades ; were in moderate
demand.^: but 'lower.i , No. 2 yellow* was ; quoted
at^[email protected]/.-•■■:•--* 7?-•-?.;•-'? v.- :.;..;:
M Firmness developed I in oats j largely because ' car
lat arrivals here exhibited some falling off. '* High
and low limits touched for the December delivery
were 46% c and 46% c, with the close %@%c net
higher at 4«» 4 r-T4fi%c. *■-•«:«>: -<-vu-*>; M/--.v
M Provisions i had v the * steepest : advance'in ;, weeks.
Values rose more . on! account ■of scantiness of pit
supplies than; as a, result nf any important buy
ing. At 'the' close of trading pork Has 25c 'up
and /Other products 18c to 22% c; higher.:.;' : ,
- CWoasro, Grain and Provision Futures *>^
(Furnished by E. F. Hutton _• Co.. 490 California' Street.), ▼
;-', . CHICAGO.'Nov., 9.—Tbe leading futures ranged as follows:. .
Wheat — ? Open ' High - T Low ' Close Nov. 8 Year ago
December-..........7......... $0.93% $0.94%. $0.93% $0.94% $0.93%/ £ $0.90%
May ..;...:....7.7..77.-.7.;.: : .99% - 1.00% '.99% 1.00% 799% -.96%
July •.7.......*......7.*...7...7 .94% .95 .94% .94% ■•.: -94% .94%7
-■"...'-,-,Corn — ■ :?:..;■ ,'-:.:'.: ..-- '? '•-■■ -..-' ;.--, ; -»
;December 7:..*:*...'.77:..V.i... .63 .88% .62% .63% '. .63% .46%
-.May;/.....:.7.77.;..;.:...;;. 7.64% .* .64% .64% .64% :?. .644 -4*%
■ July ............7...7......7.?.64% .64% .: ? .64% .64% 764% .49%
V---4I Oats— . , ■.■■■■■■ A '. ' X X ■•• ■; ?' ,
December i.............'...... .46% .46% .464 .46% 7 -46% .31%
: May ...;..:;7...'.7.;::7.'...'."-.49%-' .49% .. .49 . -7.49% ; .49 .84%
July 7.Y7.77.77..;.7......... .45% . .46: .:■'.'' .45% * .46 .45% 7 .34% :'
Pork—". - , -? . ". „y.- " X :. ■ . ■ . .■-■■: '
January "..77:;7.........7.7.715. 92% - 16.20 15.92% - 16.15 15,90 17.55
May ..'.7....7.........:7...716.37V3 16.57% 16.30, 16.50 7 .16.25 .^ 16.40
•-.•--:■ Lard- '*. ■* - -.--y.-x '•■•-.. „--. . .--: '„*■'. .:■-....-■ - - •••?" - , .-., -.
January r :;77.. 5....7.......:. 9.20 7 9.32% ' 9.17% 9.32% 9.12%' 10.40
May ;....*....:.*;.;........*.'.. 9.37% 9.52% 9.35 . 9.50::? 9.30 9.85
7 Short Ribs— -. - .*» - -'- '■.■:-*'-*-.' ....
January ..V:..:7;:7.7;;.7;.7 8.25 ; 8.40 7 8.25 ,7 8.40 * 7;-; 8.20 7 9.30
May ..;::7.":vT.::;;;;..;.-..': 8:40 ■?- 8.55 '8.37%: 8.52% ..- 8.35 9.a*>
Cash Grain and Provisions
CHICAGO?- Nov. 9.—Cash quotations were? as
follows: ;? Flour, off about 15c; ? No. i 2 rye, 91c;
feed or mixing barley, $1.04; fair to choice
malting barley. $1.16*81.26: timothy? seed. $13®
15.25; clover. $14*8:20: mess pork, per barrel,
$15.62%<£15.73; lard, per 100 pounds, $9.12%
9.15; short ribs, sides (loose). $8.10. ?? - _. -7
GRAIN STATISTICS !:..? ■*■*.-. -..??-
Total ' clearances of wheat and flour j were equal
to 87.000 bushels. Primary receipts were 946,000
bushels, compared [with 1 702,000;. bushels J the : cor
responding flay a year ago.?.n.- -.*? 7 '■'.' '•■*" *?.;.?;,?'
*<*•? Estimated ; receints I for tomorrow: t 7 Wheat. •58
cars; < corn. 211". cars; oats,** 100 cars; hogs, 20,000
head.V.7'- 7*. -■ 'X ■'.- y. . '7? XXI -?:.:,; *? 7,
CHICAGO, Nov. 9.— E. F. Hutton & Co.'a .wire
says:
---;• "Wheat —An improved demand V for ; winter
wheat flour appears to be the, real- underlying
cause of the strength in wheat today. The im
mediate cause has been . the covering of consid
erable quantities of short wheat in a market that
had previously been well sold out. Offerings have
been limited, except on the swells, when the
feeding out process by larger longs and. by a
few of the "'■. early buyers < has been resumed In a
moderate way.7 Nevertheless, the market: has at
no *, tinte ' been ' burdened. a? Outside of-* the - general
stimulation |of the s floor J trade |by the ilast 'i few,
days' firmness, following two weeks' declilne.
the news! of I tbe J day j has « been very favorable ', to
holders. X Outside markets, * however, have * been
stronger. i Southwest receipts f. were f. light, :::: but
northwest 1 were heavy I enough Hof make* a3: total
primary of 1946,000 .bushels, j against 702.000 ; bush
els s last .f year. Minneapolis | and 1 Duluth I received
784 cars, against 1 459 i last year. Winnipeg { ears
were | enormous"; at 983, against 347 last year,
torelgn markets have been colorless to weak.
Liverpool, * Antwerp and Berlin closed unchanged.
Budapest %c ? lower and Paris "4c* lower for
wheat:- and %c • lower for corn. : There.- has been
talk of ' large >sales of cash wheat; pending here
today.'? but i none ret reported closed. Sales of
5,000 bushels No. 2 red to a malting concern was
all that? the trade has reported.
"Corn—Market < has been v small hut stubborn.
The tone was inclined to easiness early, but has
been firm most of the time since. .There are ap
parently,' some little resting orders to buy at a
shade % below» the • market, - mostly December, but
the buyers s have s not followed • the * market up.
There have been-some fairly libera! offers to sell
also at a little over the market. Government re
ports ,: of 7 yesterday." showing * larger reserves ; in
farmers' hands,*,? has had . little effect except
early. The "shortage Jn,?the total crop makes
less ; available fory feed „ this year than last, and
has continued'to encourage buyers. The trade Is
looking \ for cold weather^ soon, and a blizzard is
now raging In.-North Dakota. Export clearances.
11.000 - bushels; primaries. : 427.000 bushels,
against - 301.000; bushels. Cash sales reported,
100.000 bushels. .;,....
"Oats—Have ruled - firmer with the ether
grains, i but the -.trade has been local In charac
ter and unimportant -as• to size. > The cash - de
mand' is very * slow:; from; the east, but ears are
also showing; some t falling ? off ; here. Primaries
were '». -455,000 'bushels, against 350.000 bushels
last year. * Local cash sales reported were 145,000
bushels." y .- . ■
J LOCAL MARKETS 7 I
?- Receipts of Produce November 0 >-
Flour, "qrsks'7.7 3.366 Leather, rolls ... 12.-,
Wheat, etls :..'. POOjTnllow, etls .... 25
Barley, etls' 11,285 Hides, No ;...... 4-%
Oats, etls ...... 2,7oo*Pelts. :No ......: -2851
Beans, sks ..... 6,o23"Lime. bbls .7. - 90f
Bran.- sks';.....'* 100 Sugar, etls ..'...-2,200
Middlings, sks .*.■' 790 Wine, gals ......13,500
Potatoes,-sks ... 2.7*0! Lumber. M ft.... 60
Onions, sks*..... 1,460'C0a1. . tons .:..7.7 80
Hay. tons "'... .77 607 Apples, bxs **-**....":• 5,800
Straw; tons .... - 5 Paper, bdls *..... 835
Wool, sks ...... '20! Livestock, No?.:. 400
Feed, sks ...... 40|Qulrksilver. flasks 175
Shorts, sks .....7 75] Almonds, sks. ... 20
? - OREGON ; • * ? .
Oats, etls .............; 1.1.'. .'....77:-490
?? WESTERN STATES*
Flour, iqr ? sks.... l,o2o]Corn. ,etls ....... 600
■ -:-' - -y 7 - Provisions
Cottolene—Half bbls. 10% c; 1 tierce. 10% c; 2
tierces. 10% c: 1 5 tierces. 10c, per lb; callfene, 9c
for 1 tierce, B%c for 2 tierces. B%c for 5 tierces
and 9%c for half bbls: 60 lb tubs. 9%c. y
? Hams andsßacon—Hams? [email protected] ; picnic hams, *
12% c; California hams, 16c; eastern fancy bacon;
4 to 6 lbs, 25c: 6 to 8 lbs, 22c: 8 to 10 lbs. 21c;
10 to 12 lbs, 19% c: sugar i cured, - 24c; light dry
salt bacon. 8 to 10 lbs. 19% c: 10 to 12 lbs,
18% c; medium bacon, 16c; light medium ; bacon.
**•-.■-.'•' .' ..
California Bacon. H H. brand—* to 8 lbs, 23c;
6 to 8 lbs, 22c: 8 to 10 lbs, 21c; 10 to 12 lbs. 20<*.
Eastern^ Lard and Oils, Western Meat brand—
Tierces, ll%c: 50s) (per case), $5.88; JOs. $7.35;
ss, $7.42; 3s, $7.50; compound lard, tierces, B".Jc;
60s* (per case), $4.38; » 10s, $5.55;. ss. $5.63: 3s,
$5.70; yellow; cookin** oil. 55c per gallon; white
cooking ■ oil, 57c t per gallon, : salad • oil, 62c per
gallon. ??7- *. 7.-7. .;-..
?- California Pnie Lard. M. A L. brand Tierces.
12c;*20 lb' woodan buckets, 12% c; 60 lb wooden
tubs,7l2%c: 80 lbs wooden tubs. 12% c; cans. 2
to a case, $12.25;; cans, 1 to a case, $6,12%; tin
buckets.? 4-to ; a case, $9.90; large tins, 6 to a
case. $7.65; medium tins. 12 to a case. $7.72%;
small tins, 20 to a case. $7.80. ' . .
California * Compound Lard, 'H. H. brand-
Tierce ' basis, 8c; wooden tubs, SO lbs net, B%c;
wooden * tubs. " 60 lbs net," B%c;' wooden "buckets,
20 lbs net. B%c;:large.tins, 1 to a case, $4.12^;
large! tins, 2 to a case, $8.25; * tin buckets. 4 to
a case, $6.30; large tins, 6 to a case, $5.25; me
dium tins, 12 to,*- case, $5.32%; small tins, 20
to a case,* $5.40. y. * * ??'-.
y- Beef—Local' prices are quoted. Export lots, in
spected by the government.: are $1 per bbl higher.
Extra family beef. $18 per bbl; family beef. $18
per; bbl; extra mess beef, $18' per bbl;. smoked
beef. 25e * per lb. ' / . .
7 ', Pork Extra prime, in barrels. $28: clear, $32:
mess, $28; pig pork., $30: • pigs*, feet,;ss.so for
half bbls, $2.35 for 25 lb kegs and $1.50 for kits.
Meat Market
DRESSED . MEATS „^f
- Slaughterers* rates to dealers and batchers ar«^f
as follows: ■■, - ■ . -. ■ ;***.*". •"
t' [email protected]*c . per lb for steers. - [email protected]%c for
cows' and heifers. ■; ; - -
9*@lo*c for large and [email protected] for
small.
.-: Mutton—Wethers.* B*39c: ewes, 7%@Sc. ?
- —9*@lo*c ncr lb.
Dressed Pork (per lb)—-lOQllc.
7 LIVESTOCK MARKET X
•"■'■■ The : following quotations . are for good, sound
livestock, delivered ' in San Francisco, gros*
weight .-■ -' .-■.:■' ?- " -
. No. , 1 steers, : over - 1,000 lbs. alive, 5 % @6c
per lb: under 1.000 lbs, 5%@5*"-ic; second qual
ity, 'y all - weights, [email protected]%c; thin, undesirable
steers,[email protected]%c. r .-....., ,
No. 1 cows " and heifers. 4%@4%c; second
quality. 4ca.4%c; common, thin, undesirable cows,
[email protected]%c. .>-■».-: y:-' -'re-' • ■;■''
■iDesirable bulls and stags, 3c; half fat or thin
bulls. [email protected]%c. ■'■'■■
> Calves—Lightweight, per lb. 6%@6%c; me
dium. [email protected]%c; heavy. 5%@5%c.
—Desirable wethers, 3%(_4c; ewes, 3%
@3%c.?:v~/- ■-:■-.:-*. - ■'■'-'xy.XX- -
• Milk Lambs (per lb)—4%<<fse.
Hogs—Hard grain fed. weighing 140 to 200 lbs,
6%c; 200 lbs and up, 6%@6%c.
Horse* and Males
The following quotations for horses and moles
are furnished by the * Butchers' and Stockers'
Journal: ■;;.-.-■-.'
Desirable drafters. 1,700 lbs and over. .$300©350
Light drafters, 1,500. to 1.650 lbs .7 ..". 223*9250
Chunks. 1,350; to 1.500 . lbs 7..... .77.. ', 2006*223
Wagon horses. 1.250 to 1,350 1b5.7.7... 150® 175
Delivery, wagon "horses, 1,050 to 1,250.. 1200133
Desirable farm mares ..;..:..7:....; 100*812"
Farm workers .7;......:'."/»Vv»lAl'..';.'. 75(S*ill0
MULES—MEDIUM TO EXTRA
i 900 lbs, 4 to 7 year5.................5150^175
1,000 lbs, 4 to 7 year 5....:.'........... [email protected]
1,100 lbs. 4 to 7 year 5......;.......... 215(0*240
1,200 lbs, 4 to. 7 year 5................: 2500300
- v » Over 7 years old range from $15 to $25 lower.
■ Note—Shippers to this market must have horses
close; to : type, s with age.. bone conformation and
style, to command extreme quotations.
? Butter, Cheese and Erb*
7? The i best eggs' were ' quoted. below * 50c a dozen
yesterday; for y the' first * time <in three weeks.: the
sale sof; one 5 small 510t,: sending the, market down
to j 49e on -J the f exchange. - ..The' extended ';< period
of ? high : prices i caused ? a, general; curtailment of
orders, v and ?asy a;- result, ■ stocks ? commenced to
accumulate.7 This accumulation ■; of supplies.* al
though ,; small, * was . responsible : * for 7 yesterday's
decline.? In „ the ? butter ■: market fresh : extras
recovered;; somewhat from the ; weakness of the
preceding day I and advanced 1 %c. Flat cheese
seconds were also %c , higher. ; 7
* Sales on * the exchange were as , follows:
Butter -10 'cubes of s extras >at 31 %c a ? pound.
Eggs—lo cases of : extras ;at ?.49c:and 10; cases y
of > selected pullets fat 41 %c * a dozen.:-. ■■'*-"■■
s> Cheese—loo fancy new Young Americas at :
15%c;a'pound. •. V ■ "■' ... ■ --Xx ■ '■■'■■
7 Receipt's were 54.000-pounds of butter, 72,000
pounds of cheese and. 1,176 cases of . eggs. y
7 The following are official quotations established 7
on the floor of the Dairy exchange.^ -Prices in
the* street, while governed by the exchange quo
tations,*-: generally range from I%c to \ 2c. higher,
owing to the various charges to be added: -
'XX 7y X. BUTTER,; PER • POUND ;. *
extras?.-;-:.;.!
Prime firsts.".
Firsts SXfT^r. j
'■'• n '
GRACES
Z 25 TZ . 25- *?2!' as
- o © I -- o . e .- o v© ...
>?-;«> .-. + I. < .- * y •■■< ■! ■..■ -^ :>;„
,:m .* . j cs '■■' ?»f»'-' ? o* - x'tsi.x
Vic 33c 32c - 32c 31c i 13114c
lie 31c. 31c 31c ' 28c 2Rc
•50c.L 28c > 2Sc 28c 27c" 27c
24c?; 24c ■: 24c ■■■. 24c 7 24c ■*•"' 24c
22',$c 2214c 22%c 22^_c 22%c 22%c
22c -a} 22c . 22c ." 22c - 22*7 22?
21c 21c 21c 21c 21c 21c
27c* 27c. ■; 27c' 27c 27c 27c
25c 25c -v 25c .*'• 25c '£ £5 C * 25c
24c .: 24c « 24c ? 24c 24c 24c '
2114c 21 %c 2114c 21^c aijjfie 21MC
Seconds 1ff?"?f.
Eastern ladle.
No pU packing.
No>i2.dt*.r..:
Storage j extras
?% Do t firsts...
■ Do I seconds.
Eastern} ladle'
The I average < quota ' for < extra butter for th<X 1?
week i ending ; Saturday, November 4,". was t J_V*f
pound. , i .'-..-.- *■; r «'--- •* .
•H. Cheese—Fancy >' California flats, ; 15%e. ■■- per %lb
firm; gdo y firsts,»J 14c, » firm; *• do $ seconds, - 18»<\e _&"/
firm; a fancy Young ;, Americas, S 15% C '"** firm '-' V* Jfr *
firsts, 15c, firm;sOregon}flats, 14% c, . steady* .1 JB&& '-?
stbrage, j 14% c. steady; • local • storage ' flats, 14% Jr i■
weak: Oregon Young Americas, 10 stea-Vw/"
,New|Yorki:fan?y,t s 17c, steady;, do.storage "l
18c, steady; Wisconsin do, 17c.'staady. 'g 7
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