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COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
WILLIAMS URGES
BANKING REFORMS
Annual Report of State Super
intendent Suggests Limit
to Bond Holdings
Wants Objectionable Invest
ments Written Off Books
in Five Years
RAYMOND S. HARRIS
\ solution Ol the problem that con- •
fronts hanks holding bonds now illegal
for bank investment under the State
banking act is prOfMMd by W, W. Wil
liams, slate suv-crintendent of banks.!
in his introduction to tne banking d< -
partm. in.- annual report.
After referring to the law. which;
provides thai banks shall rifl them
selves ol these Investments gradually. ]
no date when all such Inveet
ihall have been worked off,]
Williams says:
••Tl-. i.- law waa designed by the
, prevent the infliction of
isarj hardship upon bank-|
ing institutions which honestly had ;
made certain investments before the
operation of the bank acl and th«
after found themselves in opposition to j
the existing law. it tras the purpose
bis provision to accomplish gradual
elimination .of objectionable invest
ments, but certain refractory banks
have striven to evade this law b\a
pretense that they have indefinite
privilege to continue tneir possession j
of unwise Investments.
"This pretense has no foundation in
recommend therefore ;
that the law be so amended that all
the Investments waicn were legal!
when made but Which may have be-I
tome illegal be eliminated within five t
years by writing off .it least 20 per,
cent -if H riginal book value of the
unsold part every year until the full
amount has been retired.
•This will not Inflict any injury nor
■will it expose either the stock market j
or the banks to danger. It will re- j
store a purpose of the law Which ha.« ;
erted from Its original |
thought it will place banking ins
tutions In California upon a high plane!
of efficiency and safety in this regard
I would in this law add a further
proviso that no bank will be permitted
io pay a stock holders" dividend for i
any period in which it is delinquent!
in the writing off of the stipulated
entsge of its undesirable assets.
"I recommend also the adoption of aj
whi.h will authorize the retire- j
• of obstinately offending banks
without involving their depositors in;
the harassing delays which now aceem- <
pany the ordinary process of liquida
tion.
Disclosure is not infrequently made;
of aggravating and dangerous methods:
banks which at the time are solvent.
h are on tHe road to Innol- |
[ existing habits were persisted)
in. . an not be closed ;
without indicting positive harm upon |
r depositors.
■ It is neither fjgpod policy nor good
at a natural hesitancy on the
i of supervising officers to inflict a
preventable Injury upon the public,
• suit in a practical permission]
to reckless or incompetent banking.
The fn-.its themselves consist in n con
tini email derelictions which in.
the finally reach the danger.
Hue of unsafe banking. At the same
time this department is reluctant to j
<ail into being the mere drastic remc-i
dies permitted by the police power of j
itste.
"Under the law no medium policy of
relief is offered, i suggest therefore
that some reasonable method that will
restore to the depositing public their!
•ey. designed to facilitate the liqui
dation Of such institutions."
Williams makes a series of recom- j
dationa as t-> changes in the bank-j
ing act. He calls for a strict regula- ;
tion of institutions doing "illegal bank- I
..' by that evidently character!!
"trust' companies nourishing!
oughout the state. Some other n
ommendations are:
That the sale of corporate stock be j
safeguarded.
That the law barring a director of a
banking institution who hypothecates
his stock from ever being a director
m be amended to provide a reason
pen a Ity.
That school banks be fostered.
That the so called immigrant banks
be regulated and brought under state
supervision.
That a maximum for a savings bank
loan may be fixed.
Thai the capital of savings banks be
luired to keep pace in some ratio
tn their deposits when the deposits
• 1 $10,000/1"".
That a new classification of banking
corporations be made according to the
ilatioji of the localities in which
they are doing-or desire to do business,
and that the capitalization be Based
upon this classification.
That expert investigation of every
irity which a savings bank may ac
• ept as an investment be provided by ■
the state, the applicant seeking to re- j
'nvorable consideration of its
rttlee to bear the expense.
In another part of this Issue of The ;
' the report and more of its recom- ]
■ . aken up.
HHirrio okk to BAST
A. Britton, vie* prea
•nanager of the Pi
trie company, will lea •
Sunday to attend i
• ana national authorities
"ii water power lands conservation at
Washington, November 16. At this
. nnference, which will be preside^
3ecretary of the Interior Fisher.
and national legislation looking
■i the conservation of water
power lands will be whipped into shape.
Hritton will spend several days at
nil New York and deliver an
lecture at both cities on
sco, the state, electric
development, the work under
\:iv .->>■ his own company, and the ex
■l'n of 101.". Tie will take with
lantern elides shown at his
public address in an Oakland theater.
the N'w York and f'hicapo power
• flieials. bond hotute men and others
<ted directly or indirectly In
• Tii power dr-velopinent will be
tli'- iectun s, which will be
• ge hall.
Britton intends to show pi<-tti-
San I'ih iirisi o b*'for<- the (ire of 1906
n<l then flash on the screen views <>f
after and before the fire de
-. ill be done to <on
■ the enst that the quake did Uttle
end t<. sbOW investors that
■ .i fi'ijr m> catastrophe <\ en
! another quake of lik«* dinien
s occur.
o bank clearinxa for the
nding October 31, 1912. were
as compared With
-.!'' $225,308,876.61 for the
month ending October 21. 191!. ,
Private brokeraj<
yesterday that the Southern
. l;imss tncreaee for
mber <•£ f1. 100.000 and net i;.
" (1 f j Union Pacific ehowa ■
trross" increase ot $660,000 and v net
: 01 >0,
• •-.#■:-•
That & rno\ c will 1a k<
~| HtOCk as BOOI] ~
b was predicted over
ji, jt (, /■ wire yesten
* * *
railroad cotnJniesion
decision granting perm
n Gaud to tra
ay franchfee In Santa. Ba-rba
Barbara and Suburban Rail
and has authorized the
bara and Suburban to exer
se rights thereby
■|*he franchise provi.:.
tion of a street raily.
ncipal BtreetH m
, mission, ar, 1 .-v-ntual _
new state norma] wu»ow m fl*** , * D «*<- .
tb«i the se.-uri
d wH S U h r in a a fe^
I prior to the effective date* of the public
j utilities art. in its decision aHoWing
j the company to exercise its franchise
! rights, the commission requires that
none <>i" the Stock of the corporation
now held i>y i: n. Gaud should be
hereafter sold without the permission
of the commission.
Tn commenting upon the action of
the company as to the disposition of its
securities, tiif> decision says:
•'I believe that it is due to the com
mission and to the public, by reason
of the interest which the public has in
the work of ilie commission, to say
that thp commission does not view With
approval this plain and successful at
tempt upon the part of the Santa Bar
bara anil Suburban Hail way company
to rush its incorporation, issue and
i disposition of stock, authorization and
1 issue of bonda and disposition of a
j large amount <>f laid bonds, through
before the effective date of the public
■ utilities act."
The dPci-ion states also that the coin
• >n believe* the franchise should
have provided for a more liberal appii
! cation of reduced fares for school chil
j dren.
* * •
The railroad commission has issued
an order granting permission to the
Coast Counties Gas and Electric com-
Pβ nj to purchase the Davenport Light
and Power company of Santa Crujf
county.
New York Stock List
K. r. Battoa ft Co.. 4:><> California street.
members of tbe New York Stock Exchance, fur
nieh the foUmrtag list of bond and KM sales
yestardej :
Sale* I
STOCKS
High Low . Bid I A>k
::."i»i ,\!li-('!i»lmi'r> . ■"• 2% 2%\ :?v i
S..WO Do [iM '.'", R% S%\ '."i
20,500 Atnalg Copper .. 84% 83% R3%
QOO Amor r,.Tt Sugar 88 es 88 88%
l>., pfd !>!> 101
ltn<T ''an Co... -41 ! i W% 40i 4 4i>% j
aoo i>.. !>f«! 121 1 v>, 1 -! M '-' >- , '•■-■ !
l»0 Art) <\u- & I y Co • •••■ , "■■• ■".:■ 59% ;
i>.. pfd . n»
:;ih' \;ivi- 1'..( ton Oil
l>.. pfil '^ 7 • ' -V .
Vmcr Kxpre** lT7'»j 5 ~* ;
Km Hi.H' ft ] . ■-'"-« - ' i
\.n Ice S.-i- j <; 1 - 20 -"'j :
WO 4m« liiismi . . t:,' . 1 :,"■■.. IS !*»% I
l>.. pCi :'.7t, :;* :i 4 I
500 Aert !.o.-oin..t,v. |] 4_' ! . 13 . :
l>.. pfd ! IOCS l<17 I
200 Army Malt 15 !' : > 14% i-' l « |
306 T>.« pW ' 82% 62% 82*« !
4.100 Am Ban * Bfg <■'■' 83 82 K2% S2%
I>o pf,| . 107 IIQB
1,100 Ann Snuff r.Mi |M 195 196
be i'f.! m>4 10a
\m*t Sujrar ... 122% '- l
l>.> i>f<1 .... 1-i .. I-■:
kmer Steel Fdrie* 42 1 41 •% flff K
' ■<• a™<t T & T <•■>. . 142% 142% '■*-'
l.OOOJAmer Tobacco... 278%}27B 277' v -7»
•-■'«i r>n pfd - 104 108
SOOJAnwf Woolen ...I 27% 2T% 27 28
. !>.» pfd - Bβ
2,e0O Anaconda 13% ». ! #2% 4j",
•!<") Ail.- Coaal Use.. 140 138 138% 139 ,
2,200 A T & s Fe.. . 108% 108% 108%
Do pfd .. ... 101% U^
I, r>00! Ball & Ohio 105% 105% 105% 105%
Dp pfd . - n 8TM
U'.r.<"> RpthSohoni St..- .44 i . Iβ
i>0 pfd ... 74 i 7t;
•:(x>:b R T v»'■• *'-"» W>% W>«4 :
6.700jCa!iforaia Petrol.| 86% <>< ! 88%
K.lOOK'anadian I'm.-if*.-. .2«2'-* 2*1 '■_ 2«t% -'>-
3.300'Chino Copper . . 46% 45% 4.V, !
1 inn i ,v (> s n I i
C 4fc A .. I . 18% I 24
\S « 19%! 19 ' - 1 19
In (>i>i rirti., ne , .:.. ".';' , 57
» • A N W l.t»% 130 189% 13»% !
1 :n«i 1 ■ \\ s> I , I OH 109% I
!" I>.» pM . .1 )14( 142 f
400lO>ntral l.-iiih.v ."..■■, :\\\ ::i",
Da pfd.. .
. . ontrsl of N J. . .... 3flO 380
C C C * 84 Laeli 52% ■">"> j
l>.. iif.i . ion 101
Col.. FiipI & Irr»n :;■"', W
i>.. pf.i . \-,r>
Cdorartn s-.utiirrn .... Ml 40
Do 1-t pf'l '•- 7.-.
l>.. 1M pf.l. . .(..... '■<■>■• 7"
l.200iCofiKoli«latM) <■■'-. 14i'- 4 14-. 14."> 4 14.T-4
::.i"<i c.rn Prodnctt . i"% 17 I 17 !7% i
2OU !>.-> pfd Ki> . 8? W-! , 83% !
Cres Carpet sn s<;
lOO|I>el iV Hudson., am <<■•■> I<e%lie8
I'fl l.H.k *. \\ -.4.> 550
K«F i>,.|. & RioGrand*] 2<i T * 20% 2f>% V'>"- 4 !
100 Iμ pfd 37% :;T '-> A "' ::s
Srciir. . 27 ! " 27 " 26*4 27*4 i
IIW I>ulutli S S & A.. 9 '.' >>■% B
TH> pfd I." ■, 18%
Knitutel 20%| 23%
O'Vpfd oi .,,:
4.VM. Kri- :»•, ::\ ::r~ t 34%
500 IX, tot pfd.... :.2 51% 51% K
500 l>.. 2d pfd 41 4-'.4 4'! 13%
r.foeral Electric. 11»1 I.S*)R H :-1S<1 181%
■■! N'ortbnrro Oi*. 47'- ! 4fiv, M 17
•. -n>i;t Northern pfd.. 13S 137%|137%!l38
1.20n fJoideeld Con : 2%. 2\ .
I'm Illinois Ontra!.. .12S ,12« t28ij U?%
300|In»plratlea 19%| 19%] 19% 19%
Inter Rarrester... ... .' 120% 121 ' 4
Do pfd 118%
Lnterboro-Metro. .. 20 W 19% 19* 2<>
1 ..'it hi ]>.-, ; >fd 04'. S4% 84%] 64K'
tat« Mer Marinf B ■"'»
1"*' Do pfrl lft 1»%
Internet'! Paper.. it;i 4 ir.% it;
Po pf<l 57% 56% .".7 38
990 inf.-rnafl Pump.. 26 ' 24% 86 M
1><> nfil 7v
Iowa Central 12 I IS
Do pfd 2'i ! 2:»
.".1 x> Kansas ritr Sou.. 2*> l ,i 28 ' 2S ' 2S>~|
' Do pfd.! i.P l»%
4,7001 T#hUB Vallf-y 174% 17ft%ll73%|T73%
tOO\Ugget\ K U«7«n220 218 J17 220
i>.. :.fd in; iiKi iw 11714
1.006lLoo«e-Wite* : 44 ! 43^ 4 43%: 48%
Do M pfd i 'io:i>, 4 104
l>0 2<1 pM 0J 91%
aoejP LmiHard CO....1210 !209 2'>7 2ii
!•■■ pf'i..~ J ' !ll4 117
:.<>>> T...IP--. 1 & Nashv!. 1.-.7---4 157%|157% I.'7'g
Ifarkaj i ' i *c. ' Rβ
l>.. pfd ! TO% W% I
M<-\iran (>ntral..j ' £6% 27%
5.700J Mph ivtroloimi.. . R0 | B514] vr, ] R>%
Minn & 8t l.oui?..' 24 2«
l>.. 1st pM ' 4<< ' SOU
200IM St I' & S SM. 14'»i 4 140 14(1 !41
Do pfd ' 11 k> 10".
4<WMn Ken & Tos... 27" 4 27% 27% 2-7N,
aon i>0 pfd 82% ei> : ta • 82%
l.flnojMiaml Copper ' 27S 2«", 27%) »7%
2.-4"" Missouri PaciaV.J 4'js*, 42% 4J 42%
Sattooal Load ' es»4 63% 63%| e4
i».i pfd tm%|iiA%
200 Nationa! Bis.MiIt.. 131% 130 130 * \r.\-
Dβ pf.i !24 127 '
Cojis 21 21%) 21%| 21% I
2001N V Air Brake... ... ' W%| 77%
1.100 N Y Ontral. ... 113% mu i m '■'. 11 r> * 7 !
X V C & St I. 57 58% :
I>o 1st pfd. . . ;11-_>i. liofl
l>., -M nf<! m '."i
N Y N II & Ii
S Y On! t V W,-v :;.-.
Norfolk ft Weaf . il'. 1 ., 114% 114% 11' ,
I'.i !>f«i s:» * i wj
300 North American 1 . : si
4.100 Northern P« '. m% 12414
uniaba 1 :.. i::s
: H» pf'l 1 r.< 1 [160
faHfV Mail ::•.•', :;i'".
700 Pac Tfi & Tel.. :<ft% ;... r»o%| sou
1.O00- 1 , a E H Co ■■_■' 123%|123%!124 "
I'eople'i Uai . ; 11KVlis' 1
■ ■im> rittsliurc Coal... _4'w 24 ' 23% 24
300 I", pfd.. •>. , 93 92 * ",::
PCC*8t L. . |H>e [me
Oβ I'f'i . . ;n> 120
:500 Preiwed Steel ('«■ t* tS 3814 :,\i.
100 l>.. loo , *". 100% 100% loa
4.t;<*> Ray Cam [22% 22% 21*4 21% I
Uv Steel Sprlnpi M% r:7
"" pfJ ' Kxi 102*4
R*»fl<llBjr 171% 189% 17»%U7eVj
I t Bo 1st pfd i ! m<. 00
i I>u 2d pfd ' J M% 96
700]Bepeblk> S & I... 31% 31%j ;;n4 ;{•_•
2001 Do of'l ! 92T4I 92'JS 92%l 92M
R'v-k IxlRiid Co .. 25* 2.-. ■_•:.■. i-.-.i.
1,080 T>o pfd.... 50 »« 40% 4!>»;
SJftSe ShPffi«I.1 Co ;,, " ;„-,
st f.&s k 1st pN « ', 64
• !>., -_'d pfd ::;. -; f ;i .
St X.* fi W<...
I BO Pfd 77 7<ti .
Southern .IMaV%!I09«j,!10»% 10»ti
l.\t»< S.Miib<TT> Uailwav. -j>..
9M0 nf » I'f'l 81 «*V SI 81% I
I.eOOfFota Copper 41%j 41% 41 41 u, '■
TJkm Oil ■ ; I2i % l2 2%
ITexae 1'acific •_■!
Third AvomiP.... :'.7 T , 37«?i ~s
1 Toledo 8t L * W ... 1.; ' 7 1
' I , " pfd ' !..
Km'Twin City II T.. .105% 105% In:, " 106%
! 27.100 I"iii..n raHflr l70%h«S%|ie»%ilhft!«
TOO Do pfd 88 : 88'
United Bjra iuv Co :;>■.■.'. •^γ
200 I><> pfd fifi ■ er.l .;-.-, ,;c,
400!Cnfoii Ba« & I'.. 12% 12% 12 " ! l*»u
!»- pM - -• ■.: ■ -r,,.-;
11k> r 8 Oart Iron P. 20% "Joi 4 ' 19 20%
... I»o pfd ' j i (ii (•-> -
700 C S nobler ' 51 « r,ii±< 5| .-,,,;,
!•<> 1-t pfd |1O79J!107 107 HfTil
Dβ 2.1 pM B ! 80 "
: 61.000 c s si»<i Cde.. n\i r$% 7.-.
Dβ I'f'! H4 114.
::.i<Hi iiali Copper... %\ <;2' 4 82%
lOO!Va-Car Chem d>. 49% 4*%' 46% 4«« i
• ' "" PM ..118 "'lie
J W.ba-h . .( 41/j 41; ,
Dβ pea.. : . Uvi mhI i4«
: Wrlls Pim Ex. . 1 3 r. ~ J J-.
nrest«rg Cni« jj 7s 7^
\\. vt Maryland.. -,-
l>.. pfd.. 77 ' Ts
400', West itijlhoiisc ... 82% 82 M"
KWW tlE ! <» ' 9 <-.: a
2flfl Do IM pfd ' 2T> ' :m, ",v * «o
ino no 2.1 pfd : 13% 13% i.;-
aOOfWoolworth 113%{ll3 " 113 "'HT»i
l>.. pfd ! .j. 114W,!llMl
; [Wisconsin Central; ] 5*1
lit! j
-14 !
i
!
"si*
ilO7-^
2T>
113« 4
! '
I r ■ i
■*.■— i .j j i 'M_ + A 1 .,U«. —~- ~.t 1
r t"ut; ruling rate, a% per I
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
Foreign Money Rates at Record
Market Price Since 1907 Panic
\i;w 'YORK. <V. :i.—Foreign and domestic monetary c•° ndlt i° ns
served to keep todays markets in a state of apathy and e ene ' a ,Hv Vteadv
The undertone here for the greater part of the session was fairly steaaj,
however. In the final hour prices fell away as money rose
The precarious condition of the money situation abroad v. asexem
plified in the advance of the French bank rate from 3% to 4 P* r '*?*•*"♦
highest figure quoted since the panic here in 1907 The iveek **g m ££
of the bank of France disclosed an increase of $68,000,000 in Paris
no doubt, to the exigencies of the settlement now J UB * conclude d >"**"' s ;
The snowing of the Bank of England was not of the most
Ing character, its liability reserves falling almost 2 per cent from last
W Money and discounts Avere firmer in London and rumors of a further
advance in the bank ftite there received some credence. .
Opening advances In stocks here ran to a point or better in some
tOTU>fi! witl? Reading Union Pacific, the Hill and United M f e tc f a .^l l ,
active Canadian Pacific and its allied property were mateiiall> "'gher
while Amalgamated Copper and American Smelting were in better request
' "cVli loans roM to S% P*» ceni in the final hour the market be
, tmedul" to the etagwTtlon and most gains were edged to frac
tions. ilnmi.M, was a moderate purchaser here, taking some steel, Erics
et,d Re°tSSS*of the llarriman roads for September were tt»9»l «*•***
~„.„'.„,,. ,--iilwT\ statements issued. T T nion Pacific** net gain xvas |Z&«,
oV'u and Southern" racifi™ Bonds were steady with the demand
""''Total sales par value, vere $1,620,000.
United states 2s advanced hk P ,>r f>ent on oalL
VKFW YORK Oct SI —B F. Hutton Co.'s wire says: "The report
mHv todarthat the great powers had reached an agreement on Balkan
affairs WM the chief faVtor in r!1 foreign markets, inciting higher prices.
i,m „ I he c n i'.ent became a rector here in buyteg a large amount
,' v on American *tocka t<. expire next March and the sellers of these
I, nrn t.v a pnv! of their obligations here. A congeKted short
ntVr.-t . r In the general advance of the forenoon. At the best prices
the dlv the market hesitated and worked later into a sagging con-
Slflen losing -mwh ofthe eTrly advance. The advan.e of the discount
rate by the Bank of France from S% to 4 per cent for the first tune since
, ,r .nVi.- of I'iOT was a factor generally overlooked in the early dealings
here, but Bhows s very cautious situation among the leading financial
' nSti 'l'Vrnhr- h nt a tl c 1 larri.nan lines for September were good, but with
out feature Tn the market movement of these stocks. We look for lower
prices *'\ ent ually."
EASTERN STOCK AND BOND QUOTATIONS
New York Bonds I
f S ivf 2a rpg. . .lot* Japan 4...* ■■•;•;• JI
Do wwpon .. ..lOlViiKan City So «fJta »
It,. roapoH '<■ I- * N iiniHe.l 4f. 9"'<j
Do -i< rrs ii::-, M. X & TWs Ist 4s »2<- ?
l>«. eonpoa ....113% l><> ecu 4 l is B.>Mi
Panama 3a coupon. 101 'fclMo Pa«l«e 4s ITS
M-Chal Ist 5a <ifs trj' 4 l>o <v it W
\m»>r Afrrlcnl S X of M«J »%■. g
\mrr T*T <•« 4s.lil :l 4 N V C K<>n *%».. MJ4
Isier T0t,.).... Gβ. 120* l>o <l<-b 45... ... ; |-'i
irnionr 4%a .... !'1' 4 NY.MI.t He* 3fc* »
Mehtson kpii 4- . 97%|5«r*W 1-t .-on 4* !«•'•_•
Do ,v 4-, v.h;i».i«4V Do <- v 4* v->
Do ct 9a !"• i»* P****: *»••*' !' s H
Mian C I. i>: 4>. 9*% i>.■ ■•- -
Unit & <>!iL> 4-.. 97Vi..j0 S Line rf.lc 4s. Bljj
I'o 3%« 91% P* •< :!, ,!,|:, -/"'■"■•
Brooklyn Tγ p* iaJIM Pa '-•" 4- Wig
>ntrsl e# Ga .*.s.i<>!> ReadiD}! gea 4-...
>Nt Leather '.-. . ST. ' ■si i. t S F fs 4-- ','
•hos & Ohio 55.. 99%! Do ifcii 5a Jf*
Do con 4%». . W SI !. S W «« is. si
"h! & Alton :;■ -. 85 Sealwwrt kl* ndj ..<
:. R « y jetot 4t 85% So PaHfc eel «■•• WJ*
.Mi SIP f-v 4Vts-105'% I>'. Ist r« Ii ! '.%
.Rtft Par col 4«. RaHway 5»... i" n
i»., t«f 4s n%\ Do b* , !) 4s n»»
-! So 4%i M Jlninn !'».'ifl'- 4».. '.'■■"*
Hoi A- Ilii'l .-T v. ff7%] Dβ ' v 4> l'l-U
[>*b A.- H«; ref s*. R3fe Do l»1 A ref Iβ. W%
[>istil|.-rs 5« 71 jtJ » HulOiPr fi«. . ia,>,
F:ri- prior lien 4s. I" S St«>l 2d 5*.. 101%
h.i pen 4s 7<;i.. V.i Car i li(-in •>.. »« 7 s
Do ,-v 4n, spr B. 77 i>'Aoxi 4s 67U
111 On lei ref is ru\ M*l 45... v"''«
Int Mot 4 1 ,s K1 Weettas 1.l it 5». r>..-,
lit M-γ Mar 4...5. 85*i|Wb< Oetral 4-... ii'J^
New York Mining Stocks
a
l"r.ni St.wk i.!iM"\Mn -•"■<>
; "in Tunnel Booda ISJOetarlo 2.00
c-ii V.i M!n Co.. 3ftOpWr 4«
Imn Sllror . 1 1.00
Coa ... (iv v.!1,,w Jacknt .... 3o
rJRIe Chief 04 '
""New York Curb Stocks
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NEW YORK. (i<t. :'.\.- K. r. Hntten ACo ■
nrirp says: "Tonopfth Mcrjrcr wns l;cevilv tradf-fj
a today >ir a (ncttoaal advanr... Nerada Hiii<
i\hs «!v> Kttve in apots. RradPii was thf BMat
srtlTe of thf hiplior i>riCPd .(.pilars. CultPd
■2Hr Store* sold at 11J Mixi was active and fa
iiiiiainl right un to tbf eloae. lintisli-Ainerican
robavco advanced slightl^. Tlip mark-;
iteady."
Tl:<- followinsr li-"t In ftmtatoed by E. F. Hut
ton & Cβ, 49" fullfonrta itfeet. Sun P»»»ieli«eo:
Bi.l. Aak. Bid. Ask.
Anplo Oil .. I*4 10 Miami & ...IC.K 17.t
Bolmont .... 3'i of Amor 2% .'!
Brfldpn Coppt G T » 7 hlontg 5h0.... 02 Oβ
]),. 6s 14:. 150 N*-T HUll ...171G I>>j
F'.ritisb C 0!... 4>< 4 8 SQ
'111 SnbWH.v.. 4.. 7 [Ohio Cop ..1 9-Ifi 1 H JO
: , nl.ira'lrt .*.. 12 to I'a<- O*R com —
[on Ari» ...9-10 Jllfi , !>o pfd 01 9&%
!>nvl< Daly.. 2 2%!Baj! Toy 28 32
h<.!.if '„ -"g'Si.Mix (on .. .'? .'
r>olorpe .... '1 4 S \V Miami.. .% 6
Xl Itnyo 1 2 Sβ TtHli 4 S
Ely <>nt ... 1 3 'StnridHrri Oil.
Ely Con .... 10 21 ' <-n M!hs ~..SK Mβ
Xl" Paso .... Ma •"' !•■> Inrl ''."i 335
Kirst Nat ... *- *%J Po r«i ir.7 16ft
KrH<-tion .... 1f» 12 iStPsvnrt Ii 1 S>lfl
nwrence 70 Sβ !T»n of Nov... M 4 <; ; s
:;irouN 1% 4% TTI Btillkm... ft v :l 4
lilrl Da lay .. '• v rnolnrnnp .... 2St '~'s
i;id Bella net . 15 17 'UulU'd roppor 1 2
i;rfPMP Can.. !••"•! W I>o pffl ... S 15
DaUlogvc ... 14U 1" S IJRlit... 13 H
Halifax l% 2 [Yukon Z% :■.«,
Biossoiu.lOTi 11." !\Vpst I'ac By. "V- «Vi
Int RubNr ..11 12 ! I>o r.e J42 R3
Jim Hut lor .. 83 <">4 Wi>st I'ow j>fd .->« ,"W
luniho K\ .. 38 32 I t>o com ... 27 28' i
Kf-rr L«kf .. 2-S 2%lW«*t F>nd ... 1?6 1 %
Keyatone ... I T . .. 23 2T.
i.:i Bom ....2*4 27-ie}Bott« & X V. 1% IT-β
I.chit'h C0*1..23J5 'Tor> c0m.130 ir.o
Ifaaoa Vai .. 12% 13 Dβ pf<i 107^107%
Maya <>ii ... Sβ 83 Misspah V.x .. 8S itfl
Man Transit. t% 2 Ton MeiKPr.. 1 11-10
Maivoni S% Gold.. t% Si,
MrKinle.v . ..1 18-16 l%iToB Kst.-n .. 2% 1%
Mont T08..2 1-16 2 3-ie]
• nl; ilosing bid. i;'j per c«St; offered at 7 per
rent.
Tim* loans, strong : HO days. 5%Qβ per cent;
00 <i;iy.«, t; (iir ■ -eni; 6 months, r>'... <<i ."• n 4 P«r cent.
I , ] ill]'' lUfn-Hlltiie I>M|"T, 6 DM cent.
Wterltnit excbaoee. steady, with actual bnelnesh
la bankers' bills «t 54.M7."i for N day bills and
at $4.5:.7. r > for •!. tdiikl.
Commvrda] hi'.N. J4.M.
Bar silver, est%e.
>IpTii>«:i dollare. 4*", ■
Boixls—(iovermupiit. t)-m: railroad, steady.
< onilition of th«» Trensnry
WASHINGTON. Oct. ■"!"• - The condition of Ihe
I.'nitcd State* treasury a( tin? beginning of boat
j.p<-< tixlay «»*:
Working tmlttnt*. $80,742356.
In l.anks and Philippine tn-nsiiry. $31,981,103.
Total of g'Hpral foad. $147.c,::0,01U.
Receipt! yestertimj. $2,585,274.
$1.e:».!t78.
The deficit this fiscal roar. $.°,.R42,058. ns
Hgainst a .i.-fic-it of $30,896,134 last year.
The Igum tat rertJpfe, dlelHireem#nt« and
denVlt exclude I'enania t-enal iiml public debt
transact ions.
\iirllit-rii Bui»llle»«
I'ORTI.ANrt, Oct. :'.l.— $1,914,861;
balances, $216.»«2.
TACOsfA Ort. :U.— Clearings. $88k>,716; bal
an.p-. $«0.«B3.
SKVi'Ti.K.. Oct. 31. — ClearlagB, $1,900,351; bsl
anceii, $371,902.
SPOKASK. <><!. ::i. I'iP.-inn-'s. $810,067; bal-
I.onnM, KxrhnnKo « n 'l Silver
Thi» ivi'iiati'ins nndiN thia did not show
thp len<! iliatiire yesterday.
romtner<'iHl papers :,':,OH\ ppr cent
on.real estate 5%te6% p«r cent
Sterling eKhnnge. 60 days — Q4.81V4
sterling exeiinnßtt, slsrlit —^4.86 vi
Sterling excbunge. cables - '^4>"U
Npw York eschanje. »Jght —'"■ .08
N.-w York t'M-!ianc<\ tel< Rra[iiiic B .'»!
Hongkoeg excttance, sight ■ •< ..'.n'i
HORgkOBR excliangf. telesrapiil- — fig .50%
Niw York silver, per ounce... . - — m .83%
London >-ilver. per IMM —$1 -'Jd
CONTJXKXTAL
New Y'oik e« Paris 5.19%
New York on Mexiio 2.81 U
Paris on London 25.23%
Berlin »n Loodoa 20.58«4
" MINING STOCKS
ofilirial news «>f a m era atrlkc In the Cea
volidatrfi VirsiniH minf ''ntisotl h Barry in tiiat
■ ■1,1 iiorlli t-iiil itock' in Biifh sir»;ft yesterday
atu! enliTPncd tiic markPt for th<* other [lionii
nPiit of thp Conistock froop. wlta tbe
rr-Milt iliai prif-PK ranged Retipraliy iiis;her than
on the preceding day. HcGer
rniot of tho ConsolUl.ntoi] Vlrieinla minp wired
that flv<» feet of tOW srsde or* lifu! befii on
• ■<•■'V'-,} l.y a l)la*t in <hn norm nrift on thp
J.triii lev*'!, anil a Mi|iplfinfntary was
received kiter tlmt the Brst iittcnpiee jravo
HWI "f ?»> nnf! $!» a ton. Tliis news w«s
onoiitfh to nuke ( on-"iidatril Virginia the louder
of its jroup In Hie t-aily trade, wlieu (he [jri. c
Boston Stocks
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BOSTON", Oct. ;:\. -~rc. F. Ilutton & Co.'s -wire
says: ••Boston opened generally firm and active,
lirnnby was easily the loading strong feature,
unless we Include Calumet and Hecla, which
advanced 20 points from yesterday. North Butte
continues in the limelight and advances easily
on an Improved market. Butte and Superior acts
thoroughly liquidated and seems in a position
to idnaec l_ekif on good market conditions.
Msyflowor nnd 'lid Colony, the two drill hole
storLs, continue 10 liwk KC«Ki. apd we would not
Ik , ti> sec mm advance soon. Talk
today is tltat an in'-reas-e of 10,000.000 pounds
will bo shown in surplus copper in the coming
monthly report. Metal i< obtainable at 17% c,
tboftfb We selling BKcn<'ies still hold out for
1T , ,. , . The d<'m«nd continues light."
The following list i« furnished by E. F. Hut
tim a. Co., 490 California street. San Prkncbwo:
Bid. A-k. Bid. Ask.
Adventure .. *s >-- •■■S.Qiilncr 81 82
AM.M.PZ :\'.K . 4OV» Shannon 13U 14
Anjidian .... 2'.j .". (Santa Fe .... 2 T S 3
Ariz Oo_ .."% ' 2 \i|l "nited Shoe.. 53 88%
AI , 4 4%] Po pfd 2S 2R»i
l>o pfd ... 20% 21 jSnper & Bost. 1", 1'
Ralafclala ... "% 4 Super Copper. 40..
Cnl & Al_.. 77 77', Tumnreck .... .".',» 41
•ai \ lle,-1a.r.41 fifiQ Trlnitj 4 4»j
CentpnoUl .. J8 10 T S Mining.. 44\ 4.".
I'niniT Kange 54 Do pfd .... 60% "H">'i;
I>a!y West.'. SV4 .'{•% flab Apex .. l£ 2
East Biitte.l4'<, 14 l."-ie;ri«b Con ... UV 12' i
Franklin ... !OVi n>'- Victoria i: , 2-%
(iranb.T «2 t;2', Wolverine ... 74 74 '< i
tlantnrk .... 22 Vi 2-'\!W.vandotte .. Ii 1)6
ll'lvit.H ... 7.", mo 'Wirona 4 .".14
Ii»lo Roy ale.. .T1 :;p • lii-me Can... »\ 30
Indiana 1«". 15 "'fiiroux 4%
Kerr .. 2% -VjKsy ton 21% 22
Keweenaw .. " £ 1-10 Alpomah .... .*» 3Vi
Lake Copper. I' 7- 28 jßot A; >fame. fi.s 99
\m Ralle 4% C. (Bos & Albany._M2 215
Ms-- ion .. ci 4 R% Hn< Kiev ....322'i123
.Mich Mm .. IV. 2 Ttrited Fnj!t..lß.". m
Mohawk 61 en>y**wlft 10rt 106»4
North Butte. 33% T-4 : Old Colony .. 9 9 l t
N>t Con ... 21Vg 21%iMa.vfk»wer ... 14 }4V>
North Lake.. ?. 3tUZUc 30<H 31
Old Dominion ">!l fit [ Butte & Super 44*4 *■>
Oaceola 104 10." I] C ."5
OJibway .... :: Do pfd .... 86 86 Vfc
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Boston Curb Stocks
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The follow inn B«rt !< furnished hy E. F. Hut
ton & Co., 4f)(' <'tlifornia street, San F^snclsco:
Bid. Ask.' Bid. A«k.
Arir ft Hie*. - 10 iKeystone 1% 1%
Bohemia 2 ZUjMaJestic 40 42
Boston Ely .. ! I»*;Masoii Val .. 12% U
Calaveras ...211-16 294 N>v Dougla«.. 314 "^4
Pfeetu » 12 [Ohio 1 9-16 1 11-ie
Chief Cob ... 1 7-16 UMOneoo 2 2^
Corbin 22 24 (Shattuek ArU. 27>-i 2»
Cllino tf% 4fi Sup & Globe. S 10
Davis Daly.. ". I,nke... e% 6%
r.ii«l'' & B 8.1 1-18 li 4 il'pitp,l Verde. 50 65
Rljr Witch... Tt T) (New Baltic... 2
.. irt' 4 1!>" 4
-• *■
London Closing Stocks
('•ns f'>r money.7, - 5 11-ieil/>ui«<r & Nash... IC>2
Do for acrt 7rt |M. X A- Texa;- 284
Api.il < opper .... Se% N V Central 117ij
AftHronda X% Norfolk * We5t...117^4
Atchiaoo .10STT4 Do p m 8P
I>o pfii lOeUJOntarfo & West... W|4
Bslr & Ohir. lOTVilPonnsylrania K.T?
Canadian I'ac . . .i:nt»«- Hand Mines C'<i
Cbei & Ohio K\% Rcadine S7«
Chi (Jreat West.. So Railway ... . 2flT£
Chi. Mil & St r.112 Do pfd Hi
He Bcera So Pacific 112%
Don ft Rio (J... lMi 4 Union Pacific ....174%.
Ho pfd : !"<ij Do pfd 81
Erie So'/aiU S Steel 78
Do Ist pf'l :,:i I Do pfd UW*
Do 2* pW 4.-. IWabaeh i 2
Crand Truuk 26*41 Do pfd 14V.
11l Central 131 | "
Bar silver—Steady: '2M per ounce.
Money —:i a ., w4'i pe r <-ont.
'J'he rate of discount in the op?n market for
shoii l.ill« i> ,-, per cent and for three months'
bill* 4 I.VHU/.-, (.pr rent.
jumped to Set and subsequently reached tie
Aft..,- the call ir wevti !i[» at h incrrj- dip until
it r.'tiiiio.i 44r, w -(,on a rear t Inn net in and
rau--i.<| a decline to 41<-. At the do«e 2 200
share- Were sold st the latter figure which rep
resented an adraoce of 10 points on the dar
Ophir .nine t<. life, after the call and sold up
to 45c, against a Hosing quotation of 42e on the
preceding day. .Sierra Nevada was traded in
on the rail to the extent of 1,200 shares- at ,15c
Wednesday's closing figure, mid rose to 38c later'
Hmnn was wcnk at «0c and Mexican had one
lono salo at $2.5,1.
The sale of 1,000 shares of North Star at 37e
constituted the early dealing In the. Tonopahs
which had a rather easy tone. In the late deal-
LS g JL,T MM^, J M p rKer was uiven fair support at
*J.OJ%, wnik the oiher* sold or were quoted at
about previous prices. TJ.e Goldfields and out
sloe mines of the southern ramps opened dull
ami easy. After lhe call Consolidated sold at
5J..1.1, receded to $2.50 and recovered a nortlon
of the decline in the Ust hour of tradine-
Morger Mines Md at We. and there were a few
small trades in Jumbo at 3Oc. Nevada Hills waa
unchanged, aellltyc at $1.4"'4 f?1 :.o
SA.V FKAIfCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
FM[l,.«ii,g were tho Mtoa on the San Fraoetseo
StiNk exchange yesterday;
Rreular Mornln? Se««s!on
1000 Rest & Belch. 04i 300 Hale & Norr 14
ion Bnins Chollar. 1411000 North Star ' ' •>?
fiO(t Con Va M .Tβ 100 Ophir '1\
AIM Con Va M Bt\ TOO Ophlr 4.)
300 Con Va M .•WII2OO Sierra N>t"' S
2000 Gold Wedge... 09| '-****;
Afternoon Spjwlob
200 Andes 04i 200 Gld Con M 2 -."i
IHH) Hflmont 9.2011300 Jim Butler "fa
4<H) IV,. s <tO.. .B.2ft! 100 Mexican "aM
:>oo Best & Belch. 04! 500 Mon Pitti"rci~ 2A
100 Caledonia 90, *y> Nfv Hills 147t?
200 Cob Vα M :«oil2oo Opbir . " 2
1200 Con Va M 40 im Onblr .
400 C..n Va M 411 200 Ophir .' ' 4^
Hint i'na Va M.... 42 \ WKt Sierra Nev " '
ir.(K> Con Va M 431 300 Sierra Nev Sg
200 Con Va M 44'5fK> Sierra Nev : ;e
2."XX» Drxter Union. 0511800 Ton Mercer ' i'o2*u
500 Dcx W Caps. 12 100 Wtit End Iβ"!'
500 Dei W Caps, llj " ' "*
liiforntHl Session
2f>oO Cash Boy .... 001 40t) »v Hills 1 50
800 Ceu Fiirekn, <", 2:> ! 200 Ncr Hills i 471'
3700 Cap Va M 411 700 Occidental ' ' 7H
1000 Cob Va M 4311200 Ophir .. ' 44
100 Con Va 11.... 421 SHiO Ophir ..
2000 Dcx W Caps. 1111000 Ore .. ' ~'■>
1000 Gld Con M. . .2.50 1.'.00 Rescue Euia" la
2<xi <;id Con M.2.02",; 300 Savage 1 ' in
1-(m>) Old Merger M. 3» SOO Sierra Nev
100 liuiild «i- Cur. 02J1100 Sierra Nev '*' •;»
«h> .Tnmbo ICx ... SOjIOOO Spearhead Gold 03
3<*>o I<one Star Con O.V Tixi Ton Merger..l.o2"^
tOOe MacNamara .. 21J1100 Union Cou " «o
100 Man Blr Four 41!
CLOSI.VO QUOTATIONS
CAUFOBSIA
Bid. Ask. , Bid. Ask.
Arconaut 1.55 Kcafic Wonder. — 25
Bufiker Illli. . 4.36)80 Lurrka If. — 2.25
CtMit Knrclca- • "-2 —I
NEVADA
Cnmstocks
Kid. Ask.' Bld.Ask.
Alpha — 02|Hale & Norc 13 13
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I SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE
Pacific Gas and Electric common stock captured the attention of the mark*
yesterday bf selling from $64.75 to $66, and there were plenty of predictions
that it will go higher. The stock, showed only a fractional response to the last
statement issued by the company, although the statement gave evidence oi
phenomenal gains, both in gross' and net. Evidently the buying which it might
be expected that such a statement would bring out is now being done.
Only 10 shares of Associated Oil changed hands on the stock and bond ex
change, bringing $45.87M>, which is an eighth off the figure obtained Wednes
day. ' California Fruit Canners* association stock brought the strong price oi
Great Western Power 5s maintained their recently established price of
$87.62 1 / i. selling at that flgrtre on the board and in street sales.
United Railroads 4s brought $66 again, though only one bond was con
cerned in the day's transactions. Pacific Telephone and Telegraph as sold at
$99.62 Vi-
LISTED SECURITIES
SALES OCTOBER 31, 1912
Morning Session Afternoon Session
Board - Board — _
5 American National Bank ISO.OO 22 California Fruit dinners' A smi. II ._.!••
10 Associated Oil Co 45.*7% $1,000 California Win.- Awn 5s 8β.50
000 Pacific Crude OH Co 50 18,000 <'a! Centra! Gas A Elec 5s 108.50
5 People's Water Co ipfd) 8T.50 $3,000 Great Western l"..wer in 5T.62%
$."..000 Oal Uhs & Electric unifying - is. 95.25 $3,000 !,ns Angeles Gas & Elec Cβ 3#..10©.08
$2,000 Hawaiian Cmnl & Sugar "s 10::.00 $1,000 Omkland Traction Co 5* 91.00
$2,000 U« Angeles Rv oh 197.00 $1.0t«O Oakland IVan>!t Con 5a 102.00
15.000 I.os Angeles Gas A; Kiev 5s 100.00 $4,000 Pacific Tel & Tel Oβ 9».«8%
$.■5,000 Oakland Transit Con 5s 102.00 $l.f>oo Vnited R R of S X 4s Bβ.oo
$rt,ooo People's Water Co 5s 81.00 $4/iOO Vallr.v Counties Power Cβ 5»..100.87Va
$5,000 SP B It. CO U« ref 4s ftn.ST 1 -. $12,000 Market St Ry con Sα 82.50
$4,000 Sacramento El, Gas &. Ity os. .lO:J.S<J $10,000 SPK RCy Ist rof 4s KJ.B7V4
Street— SirciT
$e.OOO Sacramento & Woodland R sf>. . 95.00 15 Or<> Electric Corp (pfd) <4.00
$8,000 S Joaquin L & 1* 6ft, series A.. 102.25 *2.n00 Groat Western Power 5s *T.';•_>'._,
$1,000 Natomaa Coo of Cal 6s <m ri'
$in/Ki(i Cbl (ias & Bl*etrtc unifying ."is. 99.33
$25,000 I.ok Angeles"" By Cβ 107.90
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
BONDS BW. A*k. Bl*. Ask.
V. S. Bun.i- Ri.l. Ask.lOHklard Transit Co Os.H'T Cal Fruit Canners -
4s quar coup i newt. n:i l j Dβ A — 104 i X 1 dn Pont de N pfii —
3s quarlerly cOOpOO.. —■ — I I><> Con ."e 101% — I Do common — -*'■-
Miscellaneous Bondu— Oakland Tree Con ss. flT'a 05... I'ireraan's Fund 1ee.. .238
Alameda Artes W Sβ. — !W lOakland Tree Co os. 96% — \ Plr?t Nat Bank of S F.'.'.;- , ',
AssoiMatod Oil Co ss.lort" m 101 'iKiakland Water gtii ,">s 95' 4 Miennafl Shy 4 f-oan.: , . IT-".
Bay Counties I'ow 6*.10H4102 'Oinnihus Cable Ry d<. l<:. ,1 ..U •::' - Giant Powder C 00....104*4
Oal t>ni Gas &El 55.102% — Oro Klertrit- Corp 6.*. 98U 98% Hawaiian 'Coml & Sng. *1% j
Cal EI gen Ss, «er A. 88t B — !Pn<-ifl<- i,«s Imp 45.. vt' 4 Hawaiian Sugar C 0... 40 41%
Ccl O&E1 g m &. ctr>B.lcil- 4 102U'1 , a016<.- Gas & Elet- •".«. W% Honekaa Sugar Co -
Do unifying 5s flCi - ll'aplflr Klectrio Rv ss. KM Humholrlt SaTlngs Bk.
California Ht Cable os. 101 102■% Pacific Light & P Bβ. !*>% 97 Hntclilnson S-ig Plant 18% I»H
Californle Wine 55... 9e% — ; Dβ guaranteed 55.. lOfti; KHauea Sugar Plant. 12
Cent Cal Traction ss. — 04%'Paciflc Tel & Tel ss. 9(Hi 99% Mario County Mater.. 51 54%
City Electric Co 55... — 89 Park & Cliff II Ry fis — [Mercantile Nat Bank. — 240
Coast Counties IWtP ."Vβ 94% — 'Park & Or*an R R Cs.lOO 'Mill Val & MtTmSRy
Contra Costa Wat ss. S>S>^looVi!F , < , «>[>lP's Water Co 5s M 81% Mutual Saving* B«nk. 75
Do gen tntge 5e 94 BnV* Sac Kl. Gas &Ry ,".H.10.t — ;North Alaska Salmon.l 22 TJ7'j
Kdieon El of \, A se. — 102%' Sac & Woodland R 5s MS N <»! Power Cβ Con. BT%
Edison Ught & P (««.105 IS Joaquin I.t & P ss. 00% 100 OnoDiea Sugar Co — BS%
E I duPont Pwdr 4>4s — o.'J',i| F)o Cor 6s. series A.lOl r :ilo.'{ Oro Corp pM. "4
Kirst Federal Trst ss.]oo',i — 8 F Electric Ry 55.. - 90 Do common 1« 17
Ferries & Cliff II R6.000 100->i,SF.Napa & Calls R 6a. 102)4 Or, > Water, Light AP. 100 —
Great Western Pow 5b 87Va 'S X Oak & S J Ryse. — Paauhau Sugar IMant. 21
Haw Conil & Sug r»5.102U10. - tVj Do 2d mtge 5s - W pte Am Fire Alarm. 2'i —
Honolulu RT& \, c K .10r.% — | Ho Con Ry '>» — »B«4jPmc (Vvast Borax pfd.lOOUid
Lake Tahoe R& T .Is. — 07 Jβ J&. S ( lara R 4-..5. S4 ! Do common 73
Long Beaoli C Gas Rs.loo -- (Santa BarbaraG&Eli;s.lo»J'ilo2 'Pacific Coast Casualty. — 15."
Los Angefeg Ele» f.5.100'4 — Sierra Ry of Cal Cs.. — — Paettfc Cnnle oil Co.. "rftc Bsc
Los Ang Gas &. El ss. 99% — iSPRJt of Cleg ss. — 112-%' Pacific LisM Corp pfd 78 Xi
Do Corp 3s — «0 ]SPBranch Rof Cal «K.l2e lSfiU , T>o common H8
hem Angeles Ry 5β..107 P R R Ist ref 4s. 93»4 — IPaeUk Tel & Tel pfd. Jm%100»8
Do Corp 5s — OS'i'S Val Wat gen m 4s. 93 — I>o .-ommon ;.. —
rxw Ang Light gtd os.lOO — United Ga*> & Elec ."is.ion 101 'Peoples Water Co pH 55% -
L. A-Pac R R Icm 5e.103T4 — 'inlted BRofS F4s fifi eevi'Phillppine Tr-l&T Con> -•'• - s
L, A-Pac RR of Cal 5a f>9 9»Vi'Val Counties Pow ss. 100«;i01V« Realty Syndicate ....138% -
Marln Wat & Pow ss. 99V4 — STOCKS (Savings Tn Bk & Tr.247%
Market St Cable 6e..100 — Alaska Packers' Assn. 90i« — Se-urity Savings 8ank.340 40.)
Do Ist con tntge .'>». »2% — Amalgamated Oil Co. SI Kβ [g F-Oak Ter Rys.A pfd 79 —
Mid Counties GAEI 6« M% — I American Nat Bank.. 130 — JRprlng Val Water Co. — —
Mill Val * MtTmßsp.lOO — jAnglo-Cal Trust C 0... — 127 ] i Sterling Oil & Dev. . 1' t 1 , ,
Natomas Con $f Cal fts 94'« — 'Auglo & I/on P 8ank.154 155%'fnion Sugar Co — —
Nor Rt Co of Cal ss. — 113 [Associated Oil f> 45»4 — lUnion Tnist Co 25W
Ror Cal Ry r« 10714 — 'Bank of Cal. N A...302%205 Union Oil Co of Cal.. — —
Nor Cal Power Co 35.10t% — California St RB. ...224% — Union ProTident Co.. — —
Do Con Tμ* — 91 Ccl Ins Co (par $40) 72 — United Petroleum Cβ..
Nor Electric Co 55... Hfl — (Cal Wine Assn pfd.. 84 — West Cast Oil pfd.. 80 —
Oakland Gae, L4H Ss.TOOViW2 | Do common — — j
tNLISTED SECURITIES
SAL.ES OCTOBER 31. 1912
2.",.5 Pacific. Gas & Electric (rotnt... 05.25 $."..000 American RUer 5s nf1.75
50 Pacific Gas & Electric (com»... «5.37' i $1.00»i Western Pacific Ry 5s «3.2.">
jno Pacific Ga« * Electric li>om... 6.V50 Sl.noo Oakland & Antlr«)i Ry ss, SI.OO
K~ Pacific G»s * Elect-lc ir-orai... fi5.75 $5.0«J0 S 9 &. Nortb Pacific 5s 103.75
S.> Pacific Gas & Electric loom 1... 66.00
The following are the latest quotations for unlisted securities on the San
Francisco Stock and Bond exchange:
HOXDS Bid. A*k. Bid. A-k.
Bid. Ask. South Pacific Coast 4s 93 — Northern Electric ... . 2O —
'Alaska Tuckers' fe...lO»]fc — Sunset Telephone 55.. — ]04V» Oahu Sugar 28
Amer River Elec ss. W*\ Sutter St Rt es — 9S Do Railway 135 140
Associated Oil Ist ref — »2Vi Bperry Flour «s - K>" Oakland Bank of S«t. — 225
Bay Counties Pow es.ia't 104'.siTni<*kee Lumber 65.. St"i + Oakland Traction pfd. Kγ.
Blue Lake Water fts.lo2 — ' Tnfted Light 4- P 6s. - flO j Do common M 4<>
Cal Northwestern ss. .104 United Properties Bβ. .V> f,:, Ocean Shore Ry 11% 14%
Coaet Val G&EI tet6e.lo() 101 ' Do debenture 6s 10 IS 'Oak. Antioch & V,... . — IS
Geary Street It R — M W~»t Mtg & Guaranty — 108 {Oak & Antioch, Ry 20« 4 -
Gen Petroleum boude. — SO Pacific Rv 5s 83 <Yrri IVvelopment Co.. 4+ ' a 45
Honolulu Plant tie... JOl%lO1 7 ,*; Yosemite Valley R ss. — h7 Orpheum st-ck 1»% 26
Hunt Land & Imp 6e. — 101 1 STOCKS < >t» 1 Drujr common.... W —
MenloCnnntrr dub 4e — 100 iAlameda Sugar — 24 Pacific Hard & S pfd. — 95
Monterey & P CirT 6e. — 94 [August Oil — 30e !Do common — 17
Mutual Electric Sβ... 97 — jßank of San Jose... — 170 {Pacific Port Cement.. — 75
Miller & Ijux 5s f»% — Cal Cotton Mills US 75 Pacific Gas & Elec pfd 0::<S, 04
Mt Wbitney Pow Bβ. — 101'^,Cal States Life Ins.. ]»',» — Do common 6«
Natomas lUer 100 — Cal Puclflc Title, pfd. — 100 |Palace Hotel stock — SO
Do Lund A- Mm 6s. 9ev» — Cal Electric gen pfd. 78' i — People's Water com... %% 3%
Do 2d mtge 6n — 70>4 Central Cal Traction. 12 14 Pet & Santa Rosa Ry. 30% -
Northern Cal Pow rt«. - »6 Central N Bof Oak.i.V. — iPortuguese Amer Bank — er:
Nor West Elec (subs).los 116 Central Trust Hβ — iPmilsen Wireless .... — :;<t
Oceanic Steamship ss. — ion :Cypress Lawn 2% — Riverside Cement 40
Oak & Antiocb Ry ss. 81 S5 j French-American Bnk. 93 — |S<>hmidt Lltho C 0.... 15 —
Oro Water, L* P ee.iOOeilO.'? Genera! Petroleum ... 17 — (Sacramento Hotel .... — Jf»
Oakland Gas, Uil 6t.Hl — (Hawaiian Pineapple.. 43% — Sausallto Ijind & F-. 25 45
Orpheum 6e' — 10S>4 Honolulu Plantation.. M% S7%!Staa)dard Cement — 22\£
Pacific Port CVmentee.loo — Do pool — Sβ San Frencis<-o Secur.. . 47' i 51%
Palace Hotel Cs 103 Honolulu Oil 1.25 1.27 Vi San Joaquiu Light &P 34 17
Pet & Sauta Rosa fie. 9M*i 9.% Iltallan-Amerlcan Bnk. — 121 Santa Cruz Cement.... 31 —
Do Sβ 90 05 jKern C 0.... ..... ISO — Sperry Flour 29 —
Philippine Tel 5s R3 Route pfd 54% — Do preferred — 101
00 Cβ 97 — Do common — 22 Tnion Ice Co 35 —
Riverside Cement fis.. 77% 81 Mascot Copper — Fire Insurance. 13»i —
SF & S Joequln VSs.IIOU — Mcßride Sugar 9 — jWeed Lumber Co IWS 110
SF & Nor Pacific 38.103% — j Metropolis Trust 70 — Western Pacific Ry... 8 —
Sierra &S F Pow 3a. — 97}i!Matson Nayigatlon ...120 — ;Wells Fargo Bank 179 —
Standard Cement 6«.. 92 — MechaDlce , Savings... 75 — j Western Amer Realty. 11% —
Standard Klectric 3s. ©2% — Merchants , Nat Bank. SO 90 Woxt Metropolis Bank. SO
S F Gaa & Elec 4%5. — 94 l i' Noble Electric — IWestersj Meat C 0.... — 106y<
' Do non callable 92 92\'Net Ice A C Storage. — 70 [Western States Life./ — "
Santa Crue Cement 6s — 88 iNatomas Consolidated — 13%' Western Power pfd.. 66 —
South Oal Edison ss. — 07 INor West Electric... 80 — j Do common. 25 28
South Yuba Water 6s. 105 lO7V I
Alt, 05 p-iJulia Con — 04
AndeV 03 05;Jm.tlce 03 05
Belcher 24 2e:Kentuek Con.. — OS
Beet & Belch. 04 05! Mexican -.05
Bruns rhnllar. J2 —|Occident«l <0 —
Bruns Totoel.. 12 - -jOphlr 44 4.j
Bullion — OSlOverinan — 4..
Caledonia ... *» - T'otoM OB 05
Challenge .... 05 jsarane I"
(Hollar 02 Oβ B*g Belcher .. J2 14
Confldenct? ... — 5O; Scorpion is ~
Con Vβ M.... 42 4S!Sierra Ncr ... 37 38
Con ImpeHel.. 02 OSiSllver Hill ... — 10
Crown Point.. 37 pinion Coo .... «® «0
Kxchequer ... 03 05|I'tah ••••••••■ <« °^
Gould 4 Cur. 01 OZjYellow Jacket. 40 42
Tcnopsh District
Belmont 9.20 9.25 Mon Pitts Ex. 24 25
Bo«ton Ton .. 03 -jNorth Star ... Sβ 37
Caih Bot 08 Oβ'Rescue Dula .19 20
KaKt Knd .... - OWTee Exten „»*.« ».M
Finlifav 1 f>o 1.75 Ton O.rpsy Qn. OH (>9
"m Butler ' .' «3 65 Tμ Merger ...1.00 I.M
MarXamara .. 21 22 Ton of Nev...6.37 —
Midway 45 47! Ton Tβ Con. .. — 1.
Mizpah Ex .. «> 90!Umatlll« ,^,25
Montana 2.10 2.ls'Weet End ....1.W1.W
i;i>l«lfle'ii Klstrfct
Adam* - nil.Jld Kewana* 04 Oβ
Atlanta IS lt»«;id Merger M. •
Blue Bel! ... 01 02;<irandina ..... Ot 02
Bine Bull ... Oβ OT Great Bend ..08 CM
Bootli Oβ OTjGrt Bend Am.
COD ... 07 Ofl'fJrt Bend Kx. . — <»I
Columbia Mt.. 02 oS!Jumt>o Ex 30
Com Fraction. 10 12;Iione Star (,on. 05 06
Conqueror Con — OltOro V- J|3
Cracker Jack. — Oil Red Hills .... 02 03
Dmd B Butte !R<Hi Top K\.. -- "1
(reorganized! or, OfilSandetortu Ken 02 03
Dmdfld Daisy, or. OfilSllrer Pick Con 07 08
riorence .... TO —JSpearhead Gold 03 04
dances Mhk.. ot -St Ires — 35
Uold'Bar Old. r« -Vernal — 12
Gld Con M. . .2.52 2.; V.i Wonder —- t>l
Gld Portland.. — OlJYellow Tiger.. 02 04
Bnllfroit i»l<itrict
Bonnie Clare.. 01 —;Tramp Con ..02 03
Mayflower Con 01 021
Munhaltnn Dietrl^t
Dexter T'nlon. 02 04Mln Hill Con. 01 02
Gold Wedge... 00 lOiMomlng Glory. — 04
Man BIR Tour 40 43 Mustang Man.. 02 04
Man Amalgam — O4 Mustang Anx.. — 04
Man Con 1"> Iβ Mustang Ex .. 01 02
Man Dexter .. 03 04' Stray Dog ... — 03
Man Virginia. — 01 Thaukfglvlng.. — 04
Man W Caps. 11 12
other l>l«trict"<
Atlas Wonder. 10 12P!ttB P Peak.. ST. »0
Ragle's Ne»t.. 02 03' Raw Coalition. - 01
Fairrw O Bid 02 03! Round Mt 36 38
Nev Hills ...1!47 1.501
Anntmmtnrnt Directory Cometock Mine*
Company— No. Del. Board. Sale Day. Amt.
Union Con .".I Oct. 12 Nor. c
Bullion 24 Oct. 13 Not. «
Yellew Jacket. 42 O<-t. 27 Dec. 3 .10
Exchequer 23 Oct. 27 Nov. 20 »<l3
Best it Belcher. 100 Not. I Nov. 25 .05
Ophlr 90 Not. 3 Dec. 9 .lo
Crown Point... 13 Nov. 7 Dec. 4 .10
Alpha Con Iβ Not. 11 Dec. 4 .03
Scorpion 21 Nov. 23 Dec. 18 .01
BnuMi Potosi... :i Nor. 24 Dec. 19 .01%
Coif Virginia... 22 Nov. 24 Dec. 20 .15
OIL STOCKS
SAX FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Bid. Ask Bid. Ask.
I Caribou •■*<> 1.25! New P* Pet — 53
! Claremont.. i<o —(Premier 40 —
Coal Ontrel 2O — i Republic ... 26 —
Coal Mohwk f/> - - Saner Doiiyh. 1.50 —
DeLuie , ... To -Silver Tip... 30 —
Kmpire 73 — Sovereign ... — 13
Home — 35S W A 8... 18 —
I Marieopa "6. 2S — Turner 90 —
McKlttrick.. 00 — United 0i1... 35
Mid Premier — .24 TV Coast pfd.75.00 —
Monte Crlsto — I.SSW X Oil Co. 1.85 2.00
SALKS
11:15 «. m.—
1000 Palmer 20
Informal—
1000 National Pacific 03
100 New Pennsylvania 53
1:15 p. m.—
500 ConlinEn Central '.'0
1000 National Pacific Oβ
1000 United OH ,-55
Informal—
400 United oil X
L.OS AXGEUES OIL, EXCHANGE
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANGELES. Oct. U.—GMI sales of Union
and trading in Consolidated Mfnea constituted
practically all of the regular trading on the Los
Angeles Stock exchange today.
Amalgamated made a spurt In the afternooD.
The call:
Producers— Bid A*ke<l
Amalgamated Oil Co 53.12 , * 54.2.'
American Crude Oil Co — " an'.oo
American Vet Co. tpf d i 72.00 7,"i 00
American Pet Co. (comi t>2.50
Associated Ol) To 45..V) 46 00
Bear Creek Oil & Mining Co.. 4."» r.o
California Midway Oil Co — 1734
Columbia Oil Co 1.11 1 29
Knos Oil Co 04Ni —
Euclid Oil Co 29
r«!lert<>n Oil Co 2 50 fi 00
Globe 01] Co
Jade Oil Oβ Oβ"^
Mascot OH Co
Mexican Pet Ltd (pfd 99.00 100 00
Mexican Pet f.td fcom 1 &i.OO 86 00
National Pacific Oil Co 02? i '
Olinda Land Co. io!l« T,S 411-
Penns.TlTanie Midway Oil Co. OfU
Rice Ranch Oil Co 70
Trader* , Oil Co 74 00
Tnlon Oi! Co 97.75 mQt}
l.mon Prorident Oil Co 97.7."»
ITaited Petroleum C 0... oq «»
United Oil Co \ m
West Coast Oil Co 1 pfd) e»
Western Union oil Co _ 100 00
SALKS
Morninjr Session
1,000 National Pacific oil Co o n K
t« Union Oil Co, ca«h !! 9S 20
Afternoon Session
10 Amalgamated OH Co 84.00
GRAIN MARKET
Wheat and Other Grain:*
Wh^at—The situation In the rash grain re
mained firm all around yesterday. The market
was (slenderly supplied and receivers reported a
fair amount of lnisirie*R in progress.
Operations in the Chicago pit were larpelv of
an erening up character, as is usually the Vaee
on the last day of the month. An oversold con
ditlon was disclosed late in the session hii.l
priies closed slightly higher than on the ure
ceding day.
CASH WHEAT
California white Australian, Jl.SoQl :,7>i, n cr
FUTURES
* N r, 122™* December northern was offered
Barley-After a few trades in the May option
had been recorded at a decline of i> from
Wednesday's Hose yesterday mornine the mar
ket for futures lapsed (fit., dullness* an d failed to
reTlTe. Pit traders manifested bat little Inter
est in the December option, and buyers and w>ll
ers were apart in ttaoir views ns to TMnei tat
Caicagw tirailit and Provision Future*
(Furnished h.r E. V Mutton & Co., 490 California ytrect.)
CHICAGO, Oct. 31.—The leading future ranged us folio**:
Wheat— Open Mich I/>w Cloeo O«r. .";0 Year Ago
Peceniber $o.f>H. $0»15j» 90.90% fO.JHK $0.91 $<».J*U V
May MS •>«». MU '-"> l ■■ **% l.ftl^
July » §s£ »§ M*
Cera —
October ;,-. , .%."• 56V ■''•'* ••••
It'-ceiuber 52% r»"'i r>l , '. '>-'-« M T i ■
Mny r,T", r.2 "■''" M 7* «■»»;
July 6i% B2 ' S»4 MH SHi
Oats—
Derfmt«>r :;■' SJU :;!", 82 "2 4fV,
Mny MU 34H, WH 48^
July r.4 M •"o'Js 33% -t 45%
Fork—
Octolwr 1"..95 ir!.C"> 15.W u;.'j." Iβ.oo
January £1.48 IK.tU"> 15.4."i 18.66 ivr.ii K..f><i
May 15.22U 15.2.J 18.12H li*--'j IS.'J^ ! j lG.l2'a
Ijird—
0.-tr>b<»r lf>.S7i£ 10.85 le.STVi 10.93 lO.STV.
January 10.67. in in 10. W. 97% luti-ji".
May 10.00 10.30 10.25 10.27 »a 10.2>*. 9.20
Short ntbe—
October 10.«2'i 10.(V. 10.50 10.Ko 10.f,n
January 9 <\r, 9.95 10.00 V.SSVi S-β
May 9.75 !l.Sti !>-70 I'.TT'j !t 7.". 5.40
3&fi>JKtj£ftfefS&
SUMMARY OF?
THE MARKETS
Firmness abroad reflected in Wall
street stock eschansce.
Several firm spots develop in cop
per share market.*
Heavy spinners* takings boost
cotton future*.
Coffee future** recover from re
vent nervousness.
Bar silver and exchange rated un
changed.
.Small upturn in Chicago wheat
pit.
L"cal n |,pni market slenderly
supplied.
Trade In barley optlooN falls flat.
Spnt barley and out* very flrinly
held.
Colored beans weak at recent de
cline*.
Pallet esrtiH higher vlth demand
urgent.
Butter selling; at satisfactory
prices.
Vegetable* becoming scarce as
season ivanew.
Small volume of trade in fresh
friil Is.
Italian chestnuts quoted at a de
cline.
Dressed turkeys receiving- more
attention.
Flurry In Comstocks enlivens mln
fnc market.
hiiih Mntnetß ar the tmc meton. There wnt
n f.'iir .innuint of trmliitj: in tlx' spot grain.
w!i!eh wa" tirnilv hr\<] at tbc <M «i')'>t«t!one The
stoam«T Keradkß, out vpstrnlHy for Salina Ores.
bad 2*_'..-.!*."> coin;ils, valiifi] at 135,022, en r*at*
to. New York.
CASH BARLEY
Choice f>"«l. $i.r«o ppr etl; X* 1 ie. Si l"'"
1.47)4; tewn grailps. $1.40r<7.1.42',i : shipping and
brewiug, $1.52«[email protected]: o!:»vHlier, $1.70(^1.80.
rUTUBEB
11 :G0 s. m. Sfssion
Tho May nptkM >-<-M at si.riO'.j in fhf> m*>rn
ing mid Decen>bet rtoaed at $1.49*11 bid, $1 ."><i',
I , p. Dβ. Session.
Tlierc tv.-i*. no Iriiiliiis st the afternoon
Deeeaaber waa qnotm at 11.48% bid. f>1.50 aaked
:n.d May etoaed at |L4»V, bid. $1.50 asked.
Outs !t was the ÜBC old story of a dull !.i;
firm market yesterday. I'ealers were waitiuj:
for the rain to enliven thinga. nnil in the inr:m
time thej weir making no t" huyei ■-.
Red for feed. $I. 6ft §* 1.70 per etl.J red tot see.).
$1.00*32.10, Inrloding reclcHned: spot white feed,
|1.50tf*1.53; black seed. $2.U>@2.30 for cbok-M
and $1.906} 2 for common.
Corn Beaten yeiu.w \h lower and white is
qnoted MraJn. Eauteni yellow. Iα bulk, mt trark.
per rtl: eastern white. $1.a,.> 1.7";
Egyptian. Sl. fCiti 1.70 per rtl.
Ryt-— Offering at lI.4&OLSJB per ctl.
For el Kit Kuturee
LIVERPOOL
Wheat— o.»t. tw Ifarrh.
Opening 7 S 7 1% 7 f.i
(losing 7 1 7 Hi
PARIS
Wheat— Oct. Jan '
Opening t1.4.".«& $1.»1"«
ClocttUK 1.41' i I.»■-!',
Flour— Oct. Bβ*. i
Opening 98.80 Jβ. '£'
Closing O.l'S 6.24
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADK
Future «.r:iin and Provision*
CHICAGO, Oof. 31.— Too much rain in Argva
tlna helped today in fhf wheat strength, n>
spifo considerable pressure on fl>e scllinc side
After a moderate rise, however, tlir niarkot t>
gan to suffer from active kWbk. due to bee*
ti'i.Tl snow or rain war the winter crop bo!
the I'nited St;it"s. IMminished receipts fi"n>
northwest tended to Hid a rally in wheat d'irin.;
Ilie iHht hour. This influence was not f-\<
though, until the fact developed that a goo.l
demand had sprung »p from Minneapolis nii'l-.
rw-»mher fliietiiate<J between M%C and M%e,
with Inst sales at f>l <,r, an upturn • '
comparer] with 24 hours before.
Corn scored r net gain of i»<" to 7 gC
Oat« declined a shad'- t<> ".<•
Provisions finished the same as last night t'
an Increase of 2.V.
OKICAQO, Oct. 31. — 8. F. Mutton & O> ■'-
wire Rays:
"Wheat—Net result* hays btn rgtber t>
porrant In whPHt today. CbaSgVf have t>r«-i
small, but the trade has been of fairly Wl]s<
total volume. nevertheless. There has bf>n WB
siderable changing of December holdings t'> Ha
and MR or short selling of P°eeinber. I'it
traders sold a little too muHi wh' % at "n t!i>»
wi>ik spots, the market absorbing it and mll.v
ing to over last night* prices affprward. Re«.t
lnji orders to bay nt nb<nit ' 4 to % undor last 4
nizht's clos<- linT« to support tli•
niHrket. There has been more or war tell!
today, whii'h has prot.«l)|y sorvuil to tntde
eautlous. tli<> war Dcwa, •« beretofor*. bHng
frequently contfdlctory. There was BMxpteted
strf-iistli nt Uverpool nnd Parts, hut ntlicr Knro
pean ninrkets were unohanged or lower. Cash
■ale* t>)dn.v wore not as large as ytefday. Bey
its of ' Dilluth No. 1 nort'uern to arrive lierc
pulled oiit of the market nnd refused to pay
prifes at whii'h about WO.OOO bushels were done
yesterday, mostly around ijc to sic under the
Chleago December, c. i. f. OtMWM eon
ditlon in pit developed toward the Hose anil ran
price* up to highest poluts of the day.
"Corn—Started strong on the wpt wmtft
sold off on further liquidation by larger longs in
October, then rallied on the development of .i
good export call for new corn for .Taniinry and
February shipment and the discovery that th*>
short selling had been overdone. A great deal
of long and short Peeerab»r corn was sold by
larger pit and room traders and the smaller fry
followed. Resting commission orders ■bwvbftl
a great deal of corn at low prices and much of
the short selling was also at the low points
Export snlr-s of new corn reported were lQO.o<x>
bushels for January and February forwarding.
Toi.il cash sales were •Jβ,".000 bushels.
'•Oβ;?— Fairly large trade 1n oat?, and. «•<
in other grains, most of !t done within a nar
row range at prices Onpral market hisrl:<>r |
after material weakness early. nesting order*
nbsnrbed large quantities on tb» early stomp
Bi>d value* ralliM. The slump resulted In tlio
selling of cash o.'ts for shipment end export,
aggregating BK,OOO bushels, of which IHO.OOO
j wi T-i' for export.
"I'roTisions—Trade has been rery large. Ther««
has been a great deal of buying of the .lanuarv
product by local packers and foreign and to
mestic shorts. Also more or Ipss realizing t>v
recont longs in May. There has been snmc n»ir
iriTestment buyinc on ttir theory that the recent
big slump had liquidated the market."
Ca«h firain and Provtalona
jfCBICAQO, f>ol. Sl.—Caell quotations wer«* a«
follows: Flour, easier: No. 2 rye. 6K(eJt!»c: fe<il
or mixing baripy. 4*'< i :,:•><■; fair to choice mail
ins barley. ">fl@72o: timothy seed. «.t&4: clover
seed. $13Q1S; mess i>ork, per bbl. Sl6.L > .">'»4
lanl. In tierces, I 10.9 . ,;; short i
loose, fl<L25#lO.TO.
GRAIN STATISTIC?
Total i learanees of wheat and flour were equal
to 427.000 bushels. Primary receipts w*-re
1. j>47.000 bushels, compared with 1.154,600 busli
elw tlie correspondinjr day a year ago. '"
mated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat. 102 cars:
corn, 193 cars: oat?, "S9 cars; hogs, 14,000 head.
Northern Wbent Market
WASHINGTON
SEATTLE. Oct. r*.l. — Wheat—Bluestem, BJ<-; a
forty-fold. 70' c: club. 7**>:.f; red Russian.
76% c; tlfe. T7%c. car receipts ▼
Wheat 20. oats -. barley 2, flour 4.
TACOMA. Of-t. 31. -Wheat—Bluestem. 82f|
«.:>; fi>rty-fold, J»Oc; club, 7flc; red Russian, 77-.
Cnr' receipts: Wheat 6S. barley o, corn 2,
2, hay 9.
OREGON
PORT!.AN P. Oct. ::i.—Wheat (truck prirps*
Club, 7Sc: bluestem, 81@R2c; forty fold. 75^.79<- :
red Russian. "«<■; valley. 79<?. Car receipts:
Wheat .'JO. barley 21. flour S, oats 9, hay 3.
Liverpool Wheat
LIVERPOOL. Oct. .11. -Wheat Spot, steady:
future.-, steady; December, 7s S%d: March, o
I%*
>llnnenpolisi Urniu; Duliith Linaeed
MINNKAPOLIS. <><t. 31.— Wheat—December,
eCKc' >iay Cash i.e. 1 hard.
vs-V: No. 1 nortbere. R6Vi»<9*e«4c: No. 2 north
ere. 84',;<h,S.vv; Xo. ■'. wheat. 82%e53?4c-
Corn—No. 3 yellow. lUftjfio'io.
oats—No. 3 white, ".n "../, Hi >,■ .
Uve-No. LV SBe«2%C.
Barley — 4l @6Sc.
Flax--$1.48.
DULL'TU. Oct. Sl. — Lliweed to arrive and on
track $1 W; October aa4 NV.vemner. $I.V.*;
r»e<-etnber, $1.45; January, bid; May,
fl-4* .
\ r w York Grain Market
NEW VOHK. Oet :'.l.—Wtieat--Spot steady.
No. 2 red, $1.00 elevator (tad $1.07 f. o. b. afloat;

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