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COMMERCIAL AND FINANCIAL NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
W.P. INCOME IS
RAPIDLY GROWING
Line Is Coming Close to Meeting
Bond Interest Out of Its
Own Earnings
Local Stock and Bond Exchange
Is Unaffected by Election
of Wilson
RAYMOND S. HARRIS
The report or the Western Pacific
Railway company for September, 1912.
and the three months of tho fiscal year
ending Septemr»er MO, indicates that
the road is coming close to meeting
out of Its own earnings bond Interest
for the current 12 months. The net op
erating income of the company for Sep
tember, after taxes, was $207,217.22, as
compared with $137.212.57 for Septem
ber, 1911. Net operating income for the
three months ending September 30, 1912,
after taxes, was $456,245.30, as com
pared with $370,870.42 for the corre
sponding three months of 1911.
The rate of earnings in October
showed such an increase over Septem
ber that estimated October earnings of
were given out officially yes
terday, as compared with actual earn
ings of $530,233.99 for October. 1911,
and earnings of $553,900.07 for Sep
tember of this year.
The earnings for September, 1912,
were:
Kept. 1912. Sept. 1911.
Operating rewind $555.900.07 $337,690.78
Operating expanses ;;57.721.9^ i * :«fc.\764.04
Nat operating r*Tenue.s226,l7S.l?) $154,928.74
Outside operations 872.40 *3,363.87
Total net rerenoe $227,050.55 $151,562.87
Taxes 19.533.33 14.350.00
Operating income $207,217.22 $137,212.57
Earnings for the three months end
ing September 30, 1912:
1912. mil.
Operating revenue $1,658,059.43 $1,459,855.40
Operating expenses.... 1» 143.256.12 1,086,564.03
Net operat'jr reTenue $514,803.31 $423,351.37
Outside operations 941.98 .'9.430.9.'.
Total net revenue... $515,745.29 $418,920.42
Taxes , 59.49!>.!H> 43,088.00
Operating income. ... $4."h').245.30 $370,870.42
•Lose.
September's gross increased $46,
--209.29 over Septfmber of 1911. Net op
erating revenue increased $71,251.41.
Operating income, after taxes, in
•reased $70,004.35. The disproportion
ate increase in net operating revenue,
as compared with the increase in gross
operating revenue, is accounted for by
the fact that a decrease of $25,042.12
was effected in operating expenses.
Where the expense was saved was not
stated in the report issued yesterday.
Gross operating revenue for the
three months of the current fiscal year
ending September 30 showed an in
crease of $198.204.0.'? over the corre
sponding three months of 1911. Operat
ing expenses showed an increase of
$1ii*i,752.09. so a very satisfactory per
centage of the gross increase traa
saved for net. Net operating revenue
gained $91,451.94. and net incomp, aftpr
raxes, increased $K5.; : 174.55. Taxes for
the three months increased more than
$16,000.
There may be those who will take a
pessimistic view of these figures, but
they seem to show a very satisfactory
condition and lend much hope that the
road will more than earn its bond in
terest for the fiscal year ending July
31. 1914. This showing is being made,
too, by a road without a single feeder
line, and the traffic, both freight and
passenger, received from other lines
here is carried under arrangements
that place the Western Pacific at a
tremendous disadvantage. Branch
lines must come, and they are coming.
Indeed, arrangements for the construc
tion of branches are even now under
way.
The season of the year is approach
ing when operation and maintenance
charges will be at their maximum, but
a recent source of large expense to the
road is over—the clearing out and re
timbering of the Chilcoot tunnel. The
•shoony' , track built over the tunnel
while it was out of commission has
been retained, and thus, in the event
>>f any further accident to the long
bore, trains will bp able to continue
over the tunnel without any interrup
tion of schedule.
The reports given above were issued
from the office here of First Vice Pres
ident C. H. Schlacks yesterday, and
marked the inauguration of a policy on
the part of the road of issuing its re
ports locally on the same day they are
given out in New York. Heretofore
*hie city has had to wait until the
earnings statements were rarried by
mall or in copies of newspapers from
the east. Sohlaoks began issuing the
reports locally with the idea that the
line is a western road and should be
treated as such.
WESTERN PACIFIC SK( I RITIKS
Western Padflc 5 per cent bonds,
which sold recently up to $S3 25
changed hands yesterday for $83 and
closed $82.5 ft hid. $$3.25 asked. There
were no transactions in th<> common
stock. It was |8-18 bid. $S.. r )0 asked.
Up until a few days ago both the
stork and bonds experienced a steady
strengthening in price. Then the
bonds fell off a quarter, but the stock
lias held its gain.
* * *
SA\ FRANCISCO'S STATUS
Under the heading- "San
now one of the leading financial cen
ters of the nation." the special finan
cial writer of the Wai! Street Journal.
New York takes up the commercial I
and financial position of this city, both \
in the territory west of the. Rockies
and in the whole country, and pro
nounces the city entitled to he con
sidered one of "the big: financial cen
ters of the United State?. Its effect
on eastern financiers and investors,
who are still prone to regard this city
as endeavoring to recover from 1906,
should be of incalculable value.
Prices on the New York Stock ex- I
change vaulted upward in the last !
hoflr of trading yesterday and the vol
ume of business done was nothing 1
short of startling to local brokers. It
is stated from New York that a type
of investor that had not been in the
market for some months began to
show interest again yesterday, and
there were other indications that, with
the uncertainty over, the market had
started toward the position that pro
fessional opinion has said for some
time it should ocpupy. The east was
ready to prophecy that Europe will be
buying back at an advance the securi
ties unloaded in America recently.
Otto H. Kahn, in Europe, gave out an
interview in which he declared that
prosperity in the United States was on
too sound a basis to be disturbed by
an election, and that foreign llquida
t'on of American securities had about
run its course. This resulted in confi
dence here and abroad, and the buying
began. It ie *aid that "Wilson'-s "con
servative statement after he realized
that he was elected did much to pro
mote confidence.
Wilson's election had no effect on
the local stock and bond exchange.
* # #
Local vnsrwi of vfoeoi
A representative of a New York
newspaper obtained several inter
views from local bankers yesterday
on what they believed to be th*- indi
cations for prosperity under Wilson.
The tenor of the replies was the ex
pression of a strong confidence in the
character and the abilities of* the pres
ident elect, and the certainty that he
would make a national executive of
whom the people might feel proud.
The belief was expressed that he
would hi- modern to in tariff reductions,
holding back his party, if need be,
from unconsidered slashing at the pro
tective barrier. A noteworthy feature
of the bankers' opinions was that all
agreed that there should be some tar
iff reduction in certain quarters.
* * *
PACIFIC COAST CLEARINGS
Bank clearings of the important Pa
cific coast cities, as reported by R. Q.
Dun & Co.. show the following satis
factory condition:
October— 1012 lf»l 1
San Francisco $256,137,304 $225,306.7911
I.os Angeles 106 707 043 70.5KR..*>R$
Seattle 38.954,742 50,757.497
Portland 58.062.052 53.133.193
Tacnma 1 8.644.051 18.51*7.23."5
Spokane 22.130.236 20.7:;6.725
Salt I>ake City 30.523.426 29.231.f100
Sactan teato 7.i5.').24ft
Helens 5.785.829 4.747.767
Oakland 17.0«5,879 14.K47.0:«
San Dteso 1X.28Q.583 7.954.102
San Jose 4.288,389 4.629.040 j
Pacific $600,411.5.-.4 $.',10,747,056
* ♦ *
The Farmers and Merchants hank of
Lancaster, Los Angeles county inewi.
applied to the bank superintendent yes
terday for a certificate to do a com
mercial business only.
~New~York Stock List ~f
« +
E. I. Hutton & Oβ., 4JXI California street,
members of the New York Stock exchanj^ , . fur
nish the following list at bond and stock sales
yesterday:
Sales ! STOCKS |High| Low | Bid Ask
[Allte-ChataKra I S%\ 3
200 Do pfd 914. ft 1,4 SH 4 ! 9»»
Ol.lOOArualg Copper... 86% BSVj 56"4
14,lOO'Amer Beet Sugar. 63 56 fil v t <»p..
400! Ho pfd 9914 f>B 97 !»
15.fiOO!Anier Can »% 421-4
2,300 Do pfd 123% 122 12.S 123 V*
I.6oo'Amer Car & Fdry 60% 58% I 60% 61
Do pfd !119 llf)^
I,6oo]Amer Cotton Oil.. S?U B*4 B7tt &7% 4
I»o pfd : S>7Vj 98>fc
}Amer H& I t 6 K%
IDo pfd 1 2&tt 31
200JABJM lea Seeur,. 20% 201, foil 21
2.500 Amer Unwed ' iri 4 ; IS 1614 16v;
Do pfd 5. 4Oi 4 35«4 :■.!••% 4<>i +
1.000 Amor Ixx-omotiTe. 45% 44V -*■"'• »"\
jDo pfd : I 106 |107
Amer Malt ' ' 15U.1 16
l.ooo! I>o pM H3% 92 88$4 H
!'.4no Amer Smlt & Rfgi S4%\ Sl»< M% S4*i
JDo pfrt lIO7H 108
500!AH«r Snuff 196 l'.W
IDo pfd .1 1 IUM 10.-,
I.loo'Ajner Sucar 1122% 120 122 1123H
Do pfd ... 120 123
1,300 Amer Steel Fndrs' 42 i4l ! 413*1 421*
fiOOlAmer Tel & Tel. . 1143 V, 14:5 'MS 14:1%
l.fioo'Ampr Tobacco.. ..'27**, 274% 277 270
'Do pfd 104541105
900 Amer Woolen Sβ 28 83 ' 2«U
300 Do pfd 185 I 84%! *4 85U
7.4ooAnaconda : 44U! 42\ 44V, 44'^
300'AHan Coast Line.ll4o 13»%
14.300 Atch Top & S Fe. 109 !lo7s*, 108% I'* l
200 Do pfd 102 102 101% 10t
2.400 Ealtim..-e & Ohio 107% 106 107% MT^
♦ Do pM - B7U
.T6OO.Bethlehem Bt*eL. 46V,: 43 V 45% 46 Vi
Do pf.l '75 '76
2.100 Brklvn Rap Trail.' 91 89%1 91 i f>ll,
12.000 Calif Petroleum.. 1 67**: 64% 67 RfU
13.000|Oana«U*B P»ri*c. 287 262 |296% 26«%
17.lOOiChino Copper 48% i 46 48% 4<*\
9.70t»!0he« & Ohio 83Vii 81% 83% BS%
• 'hi.- k Alton : . 18% I , ;:
2,60010 <fc i;t Weetern. 80 19% 10 '20
Po pM '• ;....'.! »7% 87U
2.9OO'CWf & N Westrn 140U 139% 140% 1140%
29.200k*tc Mil & St P. 114% 111% 114% 114%
D.. pfd . . 140 142%
2.500 Central Leather.. 1 32% i 31%! 82% $?%
'Do pfd '99 ' ofl7 h
iCent <>f N J ' raes S«fl
:1C CC* 8t L '! ! r>2 CM
Do pf.l . flst 4 101 «i
l.SOdColo Fuel & Iron. 38% ;:.'.% Sβ 1 4. i
Do pfd 15.
- PoMthem ' 38% 40
Do Ist pfd !! 72 73
Do 24 pfd ; c«% 70
4.2oo!CooM(fatated Gaa. 146 , 144-% i l4<'. 146%
4.600!C0rn Prodeeta .. 17*. 16% 17% 17%
Cre« c.-iriwt .... >" : 88
rtoo ! Do pfd 83% 82% 83 '■■ 84%
200: Del & Hudson 'li'.OUlrtßi, X,<U 4 170t;
r> 1, & w . ."4u leap
400 1) & R i; 20 ' 2.TS
7OO! Do pfrl '40 .-.0 4O ' 401^,
300[Dl»t .. 28 87%1 27% 2S' 2
Duluth SS & A ' «% ! PU !
200 ; D*> pfd 17U, ieu ! 16% 18% <
17.000Erte 35% M 35% 35%
I.loo' Do Ist pfd RS% 52% 53% 5:iV» I
100; Do 2d pM 4r! 148 4S%] 48%
74V)■ General Klertric. . ]K3 182 183 183%
I.SOOjGt Northern Ore. 4S%' 47 : 4,7% 48% I
11.400' p.. pf.r 141%1139 141M4H,
20OIG r Con 12% 2% 2% 2%
400)intool« Central...'mo 130 !190 130%
2..100 inspiration ; 90% 1»% 20 26%
4,700) .. 2O^ V m* : 20% 2OT,
15.400 Do pf.l : 66% 64% 66'
l.ioriint Harvester... 122% 121 122% 122%
2Ort»Tnter >f Marine...' .V, 5% 5 5%
Dr. pfd 20% 20%
4On:int.>r Psper ! 16% 15% 16% '•''• t
•90 Do pfd 57% 56% Ml 'SI
Inter Pump I i '24 ! 2.1
Do pfd TB% v,.
'lowa <vntral '12 113
' l>.. pfd ISβ 211
I.flOOlK c Houtbrrs... 28% i»% »% 20-%
200 rv if!., ~ 82 ta ' 61% 6S
16.800'Lf-hiKh Valley .. .' 17fi^ 4 ' 17-"lVa 17fii 4 ;17H^
0OOUn«>t1 & Meyers 21S 1217 1218 21ft
Do pfd ' 115 117
WOtP. C 0..1210 208 '200 1210
Do pfd ' Us%|lie%
800) f> 4 N 160 168% 160 161
. Markny '! ' ?:\ \ RC»
100 Do i'f'l j *i< 2^1 ee%l 68 ' 68%
Stle\ic«n Contral. , ■ ' 26% 27^ 4
4.rKM. \\ex Petroleum... R6% 86% Bf%
#00] Mien \- st I ' 25% l 2r.t;: 25% 2«v 4
!Ho M pfd '!! 50
1.500 kl St P & S S 8f1143% 14<>% 142i,ii14^%
iDo pf 1 : ! )-«> LSS
Mo Kan & Texas 20U 28% '2<.i% 29%
ff*o Do p"f(l 65% p,!^ , 63% 84%
2,500 MUm] Copper ... »% 27 I 28% 2Ai;
10.4flO|Mf<i«oarl Parific. 44" k 12% 44-S 44%
Notional Lead ... r,4%! 69 : fi4ii ! 6r,
So pfd '.. .. ioe% iio%
1.<"•!!■. National Biscuit. 135%J153%J185 183%
40ft , !)•■. pfd |125%J124%|125%|126%
40QlNatk»na1 Enamel.: 22%1 21%( 22 I 23
Ho pfd 01 98%
4.loojNer»d« Oonn ... 22% 21 22% 22%
iJK» N V Ar Brake... A'j 77«< <52 82%
1.700JN T Central 117 115 1t6%)117
X YC & St I. . ' :.7 '' r>o'.->
Do Ist pf<l i102V4 lOS
'Do 2d pfd ... . si; fto
100 N V N H & Hurt 137% 137% 1136% 187%
2001N V Opt & W . .r,-, ::r, 35« afiix
'.'.OOO Norfolk & W«atßtlie% 1114% 1116 Hβ^,
:Do pfd >s !91
wvuNorth American.! 85 Xi M% 85
1.:. I'ONorthern Paoifir. 127% 12i'~. 127%j127%
iOmaha | .)133 Utß
IDo P M ! ' \-,n heo
•■"i■ Pur in> Mall ! .",4 ■ 32% SH 33%
"OOJPaclflr T&TCo 51 M%| r.ni.', , S1 "
Perm R X Co 123%1122% 123% 123%
1.000 P«>ple- S Oμ 115%|116% 117%i118U
l.3OO ! Pittßbnrsr Coal .. 24V-. 22%! 2 4.. 24%
1,300 Do pfd 94 I 02; MS 04
500!p CCk St L ...108% 107 108 " 109
...,...! Do pfd lift !<-->o
1.1., i. pressed Car 39 87% :;n ' 59%
j r>o pfd .100% 102
IO.300; Ray Com J2V 22%: 22%
400;Ry Steel Spr Co. 38 i 3ei /4 38 ! .".o
IDo pfu ! I ;ioo 10:;
2O9.eoo'ReadiiiK 1174%! 169% 174% 1741;
'Do tat pfd ....; 187 178
! ' f»o 2d pfd ' M%l 97
2.700: Rrpublic S & 1.. I 32% 31 U| 33
1.r.0r. p.. pfd 193 I !»2v:' 02%' 03
(,400Bock Nland Co . 87% 2.-. : ', : 27U "7 ! %
2.0001 Do pfrt I -,2V W% 52% 53U
l.OoO ; Sears< RoefaecV> • • 1212«41200HI212 ! 213
;SW« s s & 1 Co " ,-, 1 ,-, 7
IDo pfd j> I ftr> iQg
.......'s r. &s fist rrfai ;ci 65
700! Do 2.1 pf 1 .Tγ. I r.7 '86 37
WO St Ugf- 40 : 3g% 3»% 40
S»0 Do P fd 7s - !79
R.«Of»JSoi!thern Pariflo. . no |112%11t2%
0.-00!Soiithern Raihvav , 30%1 2AU :!Oi. rinsl
Do pfd ! 82% 81 ' 82% «%
l.SOo'Tenne«Ree Copper.! 42..! 41 t' «2 4 r>
[>saa on :}122 {121 :i°i i^2
l.flOOlTexaii Pacific ; 25% 25 i 25%| 25T4
.".,100 Third Avenue... r,0%: 3©%
!....: !W : T n.r t I^ ,u * w i ir, J! -ga if*
'T«Jn City Rap T. f tOS 108
lOT'l'nlVi-wood jIOS 108 107 UO
! r>o pfd,; ! ' 112 114
.WTnion Bat & P...! 1.", 12% 12* 13%
' r>o pfd i i 5gC ci
!10fl.400ir-nJon PariflV 174% 176% 174% 1741?,
l.Rooi D-. pM !flii s !% 01 on
7Oo:t!iite<l Ry lav...' r:S ' BS% 37U ::o
400; Do p*n I my, , 83 " ! cc% e'7
• V S Cavt I P1,>e.'....;' in--: 21
:no pfd '' tl 64
1.40ft:I" s Rubber 53 ' :,]',] 52% 53)
D" iKt pf.l ! 108%'107 108 I<»U
Do 2d pfd !.....' 177 80
: s Steol Corp...! TB% 77 ! TB% 75%
I )f > PM 113 " 111% 118% 113%
S.iOOrtah Copper fU'.' B8«| 64%' 64U
loo'va-car Cfaemlea!. tt 7 t 49% 471, 47%
■•"•• \ u-Kinia Coal : t;r.i,: nr. ■ HiZ ,-,«
300Waba*« ! l%\ 41..1 4i..'' 4*l
TOO Do pfd ' 15% 142 taHS IS*
IWoiN Parvo Exp. 1..... ... '112 122
j 400! Western I'nlon... 70 ' 78% 7814 TBU
1.U1.0 W. Maryland , 57 '56 56« 57 "
I! Do pfd 7t% T9
2.3on'Wf«tinghonso ! M I BIK f&U. S4
1.300;Wh», & Lake Krie! 9% \ s% »2 »%
i! Do i«t pfd t... I " " O '*| no *
000! Do 24 pfd ! 14-uJ'u" 1414 14Vi
Central' 54 !54 53* 55
3.40o;woo] w ,,rt h |1»%J118«4JU4« 114%
1,004,000 total number shares sold
»w York Monry Milrkrt
NBW YORK. Nov. r>.--Money on rail easier at
4%(Vj>. per i-ent: ruling: rate, 5 jwr rent ■ closlna ,
bid. 5 per cent: oflferH at 5% per cent '
Time !n :l ,,s strone: <Mj an<l 00 iltivs, tj per ceatt
Si" n.Ai ; V o V cot. V '
THE SAN FRANCISCO, CALL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1912.
Concerted Buying Movement
Follows Uncertain Opening
>"EW YORK, Nov. 6.—During the first half of today's session on the
stock exchange the undertone of irregularity and indecision suggested
the thought that the speculative element seemed unable to grasp the sig
nificance of yesterdays election. Prices opened with substantial gafns
under London's lead and then fell back to below Monday's close, after
which the market was temporarily left to its own devices.
In the afternoon, however, a concerted buying movement in the spec
ulative favorites, chiefly Union Pacific, Canadian Pacific Reading. United
States Steel and Amalgamated Copper, sent these and other issues up two
to five points from the low. There was some shading of prices due to
profit taking and 6 per cent money, but the advance was resumed and
prices attained a higher level in the final dealings.
Call money was easier at the outset, opening at S per cent, but ad
vanced to 6 per cent In the final hour on belated borrowing.
Bonds firm. Total sales, par value, $2,500,000.
United States bonds were unchanged on calf.
NEW YORK. Nov. 6.— E. F. Hut ton & Co.'s wire says- "Stocks advanced
in a bouyant way in today's session and the market 'developed strength,
breadth and activity beyond anything seen for a considerable time past.
"Shorts made efforts to cover, but found difficulty in obtaining stocks
and succeeded in supplying only a fraction of their requirements. St.
Paul and Union Pacific vied with each other in strength and Southern
Pacific followed their lead with an agility which in its case was really
surprising. All the northwestern stocks advanced substantially, includ
ing Canadian Pacific, which to be recovering from the effects of
the European liquidation in the last few weeks.
"Substantially the market advanced today as the result of yester
day's election, which appears to be satisfactory to big people here. A
more favorable outlook for the ending of the Balkan war helped the posi
tion of foreign markets. A greater short interest in the market than was
generally believed to have existed was a factor in the forcing up of
prices.
EASTERN STOCK AND BOND QUOTATIONS
New York Bonds
US ref • 2s: regf . .101 (Japan 4%s .T;l... 91 Vi
Do coupon ....101 1 Kan City So rpf 5s 9S m
Do ;is rfJC ..... 1«'.2 4 I, Sbor deb 1931 02>4
Do coupon ...:: 1024 I. & ,N unified ; 4s..97Vii
(Do 4s reg 113% M K & Tt-x 1st 4s 07%
Do ■ coupon ... .113% i- Do Ren 41,38.... 88^»
Panama 3s coupon. 101 % Mo Pacific 4s ;.. V. 71i<.
Al-Chal 1st 5s ctfs 621-i Do cv 4s........ $8
Ame r -Agrlcui: 5s.'107*4 N II of Mex 4%s. 9O
Amfr T&T rr 4S.U2V4IN C gen 3%s.; S6%
Amer Tobacco tis.TSlV-j: Do deb 4s...... 92^
Armour 4%s:... 91% NY.NH& II cv 3%s 90
Atchison gen . 4s.. 97% Nor & W 1st con 4s 96%
Do cv 4s. 1960. .10e ■■: : Do ev,4s:...."... 115 v
Do cv .Is...... .109* Nor. Pacific 4e ..'. ftS'i
Atlan C L" 1st 4s. S.i i Do " 3s .. .. .v.;. 68U,
Bait & Ohio 4s.. 97% O S Line ref 4s. 92"
DoSfaS .;;.:..91% Pa cv 3' 2 1915..'96*4
Brooklyn: Tr cv 4s 9H4 Pa; con - 4s;.......102 =
Central of Ga 5s. 10S% 1 Reading gen 4s... 96%
Cent/Leather'5s.. 95% St L & S F?fg-4s. 77 :
Cbes & ;. Ohio • 3s.. 90% >;, Do ; gen 5s...... 83
■ Do con 4>/.s.;.. 93}4 I, S W con 4s. 80
Chi & Alton 3%s.<65 = Seaboard AL ad 5s 76 ./
C. B & Q Joint 4s 95% So Pacific col'4s.. 89 '
Do gen 4s :.;'.. 95 ! .: Do.cv 4s ■.:.;.. .. 94 .'■'■
C..M& SIP cv 4%s.lO6V4r Do 1st rcf 44s..93%
C.RI& Pac col 4s.-es%So Railway- Sβ.... 106
Do ref'4s...;.. 87 I Do fW) 4s........7S14
Col Bo r&ext 4i 3 j>4 urn ion -Pacific 4s... 9994
Dpi Hu<l cv 4s. 9714 i Do cv '4s........ lO^Vs
Den A- R Q ref 5s. S3Vi|i Do 1st & ref 4s.. r<:.'..
Distillers is ;;..'.? 72 : |U „■ »: Rubber 6e...l03
Erie prior lien r 4s. SO }V S i Steel 2d r.s..lir_'
l>0 gen 4s...'...;77'>iiV'a Car. Chem 5s;. 9S
Do cv 45. ser B. 77%|Wabash lst&est 4s 87
111 (en - 1st ref; 4s. f>41; Western Md 4s... S4Ti
Int Met-4Vis.V... 8114 ' Westing El cv * Sβ. 93%
Int Mer Mar 4>£s."'.66% WIs Central 4s.... 921*,
♦ - — ——— —— , —; — : ————♦-■
I New York ; Mining Stocks |
-•—— '■ l___L______—: _—_—^.\
[Com Tunnel Stock ' lOiMexican .....I.... 2.40
I Com Tunnel Bonds 1" Ontario „....'..... 2.00
Con Va Mia Co.. 38 Ophir ............. ."••"
Iron Silver ....;. 1.50 Standard: .."..: 1.00
L#adville Con ... (>« Yellow Jacket .... 35
Little. Chief .....; M
I New York Curb Stocks j
'♦' "■•' '■ ——— — <■■•:-- •-•••■,■ ;' ♦-
. I NEW YORK, Nov. 6.— E. F. Hutton & (V..s
wire says: --"The" curb marker opened quiet
I today, and with the exception of .: United Cigar
j Stores, prices were " unchanged. - Later in the
' session the trading became :more 'active and the
; majority of issues . showed : fractional *■ gains.
United! Cigar Stores. Standard Oil of Indiana.
j British-Anw-rican;Tobacco and Ohio Copper I were
j strong ; features. IJnited Cigar. Stores sold $ at
j 11"!%. a new high record. The market ■ closed
! steady." ■ , . i;, ' . :', ; -.' . -. ■> - v .' ■ .• <*\ * ■: . . ,„ ?
The following list is furnished by E. - F. Bat-
I ton & Co., 490 California street. San Francisco:
. Bid. Ask.l Bid. Ask.
! Anglo Oil .. 18*4 19U Miami M . ...168 173
Belmont , .... 914 0% : Mines of Amer ■ 2';, -%
! Braden Coppr 7 V 4 7% Mohtg Sho... 02 05
Do P»s ....150 151 Nev Hills...I 7-16 1 9-16
British ; Col... 4'i 4% NipisisiiiR v .... S14 ' Sli
Chi Subway.. 4y 2 7 Ohio Cop.. . 1 9-10 1 11-16
Colorado ..... 12 14 Pae G&E com B0V4 *&%
I Con Ariz ... '- 9-16 Do pfd .... 91 r 93Vi
Davis Daly.. 2 2VPbelps Dod?e.21S 221
Dobie ' %k % San Toy .... -' 33
Dolores'.'.... 2 1 ;, 4 |Sionx Con ..2 4
El Rayo .... 1U 2 |S W Miami.. 5 >■■"' 7
Ely Cent ... % 2 So Utah .... % '2
Ely Con .... 1!> 20 -Standard Oil.
El Paso .... r>14 .".'a ex subs ... .390- 395 ,
First Nat ... 2>* 2% Do Ind 330 335
Fraction ... 12 .13 : Do Cal . . ..160 162
Florence .... 70 So 'Stewart ... 1 3-16 1 5-16
GiroUX* ....; 4»i 5 JTon of Nev.. 6% 6%
Gld Daisy .. C S* , Tri a Bullion.'. .11-16 13-16
OM Belmont. 15 18: Tuolumne' .... 2% 3 ■
Greene Can., 07V 10 t United Copper 1 2
Halllnger ... 14% 1" , . Do pfd .... ' S :: IB r
Halifax ..... 1% i2" I' S ; Usrht. . . 13 14
Iron Blossom.110 115 Yukon ....... 8U 8%
Int Rubber ..11 12 Weet Pac Ry. 7»4 814
Jim Butler ..68 70 Do "m ..... 83%
Jumbo i Ex . . 32 34 West Pow pfd 50 59
Kerr Lake *.. 2% 2% Do com ... 2H 1 - 29
Keystone ... IT* 2i*'Bnfte *. X Y. 1% . 1%
La Rose* ... .2 7-16 Wesf F/nd. .1 9-16 1 11-16
Lehigh: Coal..230 240 Wettlaufer ... 23 25
Mason Val ..'12% 13 Alaska Gold.. 8% 9
Mays Oil ... 28 30 [Ton Merger. .96 97
Man Transit. 1U l%)Ton*Exten .. 24 2%
Marconi 654 7 |Micpab Bx' . . 85 90
Me Kin ley " Dar 1 % 2 (Tobacco ! Prod .125 % 140 -V
Montana Ton. 2 ft$] Do pfd . ...105%106
Prime mercantile paper.,6 per cent. '■: .
1 Sterling, exchange easy, with | actual ' business
in bankers' bills at $4,8175 for GO day bills and
at $4.8575 for demand. .' '
Commercial bills. $4.SI.
Bar silver. 62%e.
Mexican dollars, 48*4<*.
Government bonds steady, railroad bonds firm.
- -< Another Standard OH Dividend .
NEW YORK. Nov. fi. — The ' Standard Oil com
pany of Kansas today declared a regular dividend
of $3 a share- and on < extra "dividend of $2 a
share.*'; This Ik ■; the first declaration made by
the company since the dissolution of '■> the oil
trust;' : ;" •;. ; : ,. • * ]}■
r ,: Northern Buninefin " ■ ',
PORTLAND. Nov. Clearings, $2,943,819;
balances, $136,962. J ,- * .,
TACOMA. Nov. 6.— Clearings, $801,806; bal
ances. $97,353. '- •■■'■•■"-."■■
v> SEATTLE. Nov. 6.—Clearings, $2,772,051;
balances. $154,693,; * ' .
>- SPOKANE. Nov. 6.—Clearings, $1,045,685;
balances, $100,049.
: : ; Loam,'Exchange f and Silver
Bar silver and-Hongkong exchange' were .frac
tionally ,: lower yesterday. U There r , was no : import
ant-change in Sterlin? 'exchange rates. ', Prices
for silver , went. to the : lowest levels reached for
some* time. :'■'.'■■'* '"-:■.:■■ ' ■■" : :'-'• ■*..:,.■.",,-. ■ '.
Commercial paper .........'.-"./.5i£<K6 : 'per cent
l-iians on real estate......... .-, per cent
Sterling ■ exchange., 60 days.... — flM.81% -. ' •
Sterling exchange. 90 days..:.;—@4.86
Sterling exchange, cables ;..:.""—87 ;
New York exchange.' , sight."... —■<(£ .03 ■:." .-., |
New York exchange, telegraphic;—rtfjs .06;: ._■.;'• j
Hongkong exchange, sight.... —c<; .80 ;-..''" ;'i
Hongkong exchange, telegraphic — fij.";.VHv. ■
New York silver, per ounce... — 6$ ' .fi2 ■'. ■ . ; *:
London silver, per ounce;;."..'..: — @,28 131 fid - - i
• * ; ;.,, CONTINENTAL?; ; :,. A .;.;/ . -' -
New ; York < on s Paris .......;..;..... ".''.".. : ~J: 5.19%
New York on Mexico ......;;."..;..;.;;» 2.01 Vi
Paris • on London *". ....■....'.....;....:;, > 25. 23% :
Berlin : on London ..'................... ' .;
MINING STOCKS
The market for* Nevada mining securities was
a dull and narrow nffalr when Bush street
brokers gathered, for the regular call session
of the local esehupe .yesterday morning, with
prices for all of the prominent Issues dealt In
inclined to »acr owing to a lack of important
news frotn the mines. Business assumed more
satisfactory proportions during the informal
trading periods, but the market was lacking in
snap at atl tiroes, and, except in a few Isolated
instances, the downward tendency In prices was
right up to closing time.
Oplilr was the only hit; iv.nistock that showed
the least firmness, advancing » few points on
small trades at the regular session. All of the
other northenriere sold down, the heaviest decline
being in Consolidated Virginia, which closed weak
at Be, against 42c Monday afternoon. Mexican
had another flve point decline to $2-40.
Among the Tonopabs the Merger opened weak
in the morning at 95c bid, but a spurt of bnylng
activity strengthened the stock later, and It
dosed at a small advance over Monday* final
quotation. North Star whs barely steady at rt.V,
while the others were either unchanged or lower
Mistpah Extension had a sharp di'dlne to SSc,
l.ofiO shares changlne hands at that figure.
(Soliifleld consolidated was steady at $2.. r >2V>
end Merger Mines of the same camp sold at
32<3-3.V. a small advance. For Florence 70r was
hid, »nd Nevada Hills was in fair demand at
The mines of Uic Tonopab district shipped
Boston Stocks
« . ! —♦•
BOSTON, Nr, v . 6.--X. F. Hutton & C/v's wire
says: "Market partly reflected at tbe openin?
streujrth in Xe-s\- York". Copper shares were firm,
frranhy was the early feetnre. opening V 4 point
above Monday's close. Trading was active in
tbe copper* and good advances were made during
the, afternoou. Buyinjr orders were from the
best sources today." Butte and Superior was
stronc, closing at 4R."
The following list Is furnished by K. F. Hut
ton & Co., 490 California street. San Francisco:
Bid. Ask.i Bid. Ask.
Adventure .. c,% 7 [Qtilncy 88% 84
A!,fk " p z 4.S 45 'Shannon 14% 14Vj
Ar.-adian 2% 3 'Santa Fe 2T* 3
Ariz Com .. S% Shoe.. 52f, Wft
A ,f 4i* 4' 4 : Do pfd 2K t8&
r>o pf,i ... 21 3 21 \ Super & Bost. \% 2
Balaklala ... 3% .'<%'Snper Copper. 44
<'al & Ariz.. 78\4 7SI-jiTsmarack .... 42 44
Cal & Recl_,seO 5rt.5 iTrinity 5 .%:,
Centennial ..if) 2O D S Mining.. 4tu; 46 1 a
Copper Range 56 I Do pfd .... 50 r>01:
Paly West... 34 r> H'tsh Apex .. 1% '-•
East Butte... 15* 15% Utah Con ... 12H
Franklin 10V- 11 Victoria !"■• t%
Granhy e!> 70 \ Wolverine ... — 791,.
Hancock .... 25 26 IWyntidotte .. IU I."
Helvetia 75 f>s IWinnna 4% 5U •
Isle Royale..C.T .Tn-,!(ire<>ne Can..o 15-10 10
Indiana 14% 14-VGiroux 4\
Kerr Lake .. 2% 2^' Ray Cnn .... 22> 3
Kcweenaw .. 2 2V4, Algoniah •" *%
Copper. 00 .'!Oi.. H.< k Maine, f<7 l ■ !>S
La Salle 4-.j -if, goa & Albany.2ls " -
Mass Con .. «i; 7 !Ros Kiev 122 —
Mich Mm .. U 2 2 United Fruit..l« 7 i«s<i
Mohawk e4 «4 , "!Swlft 10«S107
North Butte. 36V 4 r<e% Old Colony .. <>> s f>4!
Nev Con ... 22 22> 4 Mayflower ... 14 j
North Lake.. 3 4 (zi n ,. 8184 SS j
Old Pominion fil CPT.ntte k Super 4S '
Osceola 10s 1OJ) JO 58 U »H I
Ojibwav 3 314; pr> P M <«i:, fr,\.^
Boston Curb Stocks
« ,—4.
The following Met is furnished by E. F. Hot
ton & Co-, 490 California street, San FrancNcn:
Bid. Ask.' Bid. Ask.
I Ariz fc Mich. — 10 'Keystone 1% lT^
Bohemia 2% 2"H'Majestic 42 4."
Boston Ely .. IKJMscon Val 12% 12*
Calaveras 2 11-ie 2 J3-IGINW Douglas.. 8% 3%
Caetw 7 10 'Ohio i% 1%
Chief Con ...l'i 1 f>.l6 one<v> 2 Jμ
CorMn 24 26 iShsttuck Ariz. 2«'i 2S-\
fhlno sop & Globe, ft 10
I'nvis Dnly.. 2', 2s'sonth I-nko... f$i t β-i;
Kaele & BR.I 1-IRI 3-16 ! rniteri Verde. .V, .V.
Ely Witch... ."» •> 'New Baltic... IV4 2
inspiration .. 20 20V,
London Closing Stocks
Cons fr» money."* 1-1R Ixinisv & Nash. .. . ie2 l o
Do for acct 7*J4!M, X & Texas 29%
Amal Copper .... BfiVilN V Central IIRV^
Anaconda &% Norfolk & West. ..IIBV4
Atchison 111 IDo pfd SOU
Do pfd Id." %i Ontario *• West... 3Ri.i
Bait & Ohio ion 'Pennsylvania ft 4
Canadian Pnc ... 120% Rnnn , Mines fis^,
clips * Ohio R+VReading SS-v
Chi Great West.. 19%|50 Rntiwar ."50%
Chi. Mil & Sf P.11.-.C Do, pfd" R4
De Beers 20!* So Pacific 11334
Den & Rl> G.... 32% I Union Pacific .. 175%
Ho pf.l 41 ! I>o pfd f>2t;
Erie 3".*i|U S Steel Tβ
Do Ist pfd r.:;'.,: Do pfd lir.u
F>o 2d pfd 45 iWahasb 4\
(irand Trunk .... S7%| f)o pfd 15
111 Central 182 I
8.->r silver--Steady; 2fc l"-ir,d per ounce.
Money -2!%4|3K per f"nt.
Tlie rate , of rllscoimt in the open market for
short hills is 4 15-180-5 per rent and for three
mouths' Mils 4 15-16 per cent.
Condition of Tren*iiry
WAMBImSTOV. K«t. fi.— The condition of the
T'nited Stares treasury at the hcginning of busi
ness today vms:
Working balance. ?rvi.r,42.K73.
In banks and Philippine treasury. $30..".rt0 ~H
Total of peneral faod was. $14»,710.250.
Receipts yesterday, $1,379,900, with disburse- I
ments of $042,417.
Deficit this fiscal year. fl.r,i4.soe, as against j
a deficit of $20.LT,0,,4;i7 iast year.
Thr fi(fiir.»s for receipts, disbursements and defl- j
clt exclude Panama canal and public dpht irans
actions.
] 10,Sf>5 tons of ore of an estimated total raliie
Of $259,875 to the mills last week. The Tonopah
Mining company sent .T.4'10. Belmont 3..*!21. Mon
tana !>Kfl. Tonopah Extension 1,070 West Knd
885, MacNamara 3W, Jim Butlor 390 and Mid
way r>o tons.
SA\ FRAXCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Following were the sales on the San Fram-is'-o
Stock tXChaog* yesterday:
Reitiilar Morning Session
500 Best A Belch. OS! 1000 North Star .. 3R
500 Boston Ton .. 041 100 Ophir 7>fi
2000 Com fraction. 18 20© Ophir S7
MOO «ild Merger M. .1L >! 400 Sierra \pt ... Xi
2000 Gypsy Queen.. I"**' SOO Ueioo Con . . ."1
400 Mexican '_'.*•> 4.<X> Yellow Jacket! 43
Afternof.n Session
500 AHa Oβ] !<*> Hale & Xorc. 14
2f>oo Cash Boy (MfISOO Jim Butler .. 70
B.VH) Coru Fraction, llji."00 Jumbo Ex .. '.. 32
."■OO (on Iraperial.. O'JiIOOO MacNamara 22
lOfi C,, n Va M 88 1000 Men Big Four 4.3
200 Coo Vi M ."[7 TOOO North Star ... 37
100 Con V* M 36 3500 North Star ... S8
WO Cog \n M.... 38 #00 Occidental 73
200 Con V.) M ri4 ! Si 10 Sierra Ncr ... 38
200 Gld Con M.2..".2' 800 Sierra Nev ... 32
I*kk» GUI Mi-rger M. XTISOO Ton Merger ... »6
25<W Gypwy Queen., ofi : 2000 Ton Merger ... 07
Ittforwai Session
200 Belcher siflflOO Jim Butler .. 7t
200 Caledonia 1.301800 Man Con 15
100 Caledonia 1.25 1009. Mizpah Etc ... 82
fOO Cent F.ureka.. 24 1000 North Star ... SS
lf»o<> C O D Oβ 400 Sierra Ncr .'in
200 confidence .. 4.". 700 Do. s X 31
100 Con \'n M 34! 1000 Ton Merger . t»S
.'!OO (V>n Vi» M.... H2 300 T'nlon c>n r<o
300 Crown Point.. 85, 100 I : niou Con .... 4:1
Account Sales
2000 Caledonia 1 00
'-!X>RlN<i QTOTATIONS
CALIFORNIA
Bid. Ask. ! Bid.Ask.
Cent Eureka.. •24 20|Keane Wonder. — 25
NF.VAPA
Opmstocki
Bid.Ask. Bid. Ask.
Alpha 01 02 ! IIale & Norc.. 14 I.T
Alta , 05 07 Julia Con .... — 04
Andes o:{ O4iJust!ee 02 OT>
Belcber SO Kentnck Cod.. — 05
B<>st & Belcli. 07 OS.Mexlcan 2.30 —
Brnns Chollar. 12 —'Occidental .... 70
Bnins PotdCL. 12 — jOphlr 5S 57
Bullion 02 04:OTerman 40 42
Caledonia — I.2oiPotosl 03 04
Challenge — Oβ Sirftge 10 12
Chollar 02 04'Sejj Belehor ..12 14
Confidence ... -_ 4K 'Scorpion 10 12
Con Vi M....' S3 :!4Sierra Ncr ... 31 32
Con Imperial.. 02 i>: , , Silver Hill ... 05 10
Crown Point.. 30 rrjlnion Con 47 4s>
Exchequer ... 03 04'1'tah 03 0?,
Gould & Cur. 01 O2|VellovF Jacket. 40 45
TonopHl) District
Beltnont 9.25 9.::.VMon Pitts' Ex. 24 23
Boston Ton .. 03 O4JNorth Star ... 3R Sβ
Cash Boy 08 0!>! Rescue Kula .. 1R l»
Hast Bnd — 10' Ton Fxten ...2.n2 2.70
Ffalifax 1.50 —'Ton Grps.v Qn. OS (*>
Jim Buth-r .. 71 T2jT<W Merger ... ftS 00
MacXatnara .. 21 22' Ton of Nev. ..6.37 —
Midway 4.-, 4c Ton 7fi Con... - 17
MlzpHb Ex .. 80 poTmatllla 03 04
Montana 2.05 2.l2!West Bnd 1.62 1.65
GoldfloM District
Adams 01|Old Kewanas.. 05 fie
Atlanta 19 2O;Gld Merger M. 81 .'i2
Bhie Bell ... oi 02!ttrandma 01 O*_>
Blue Bull ... 07 OS'Great Bend .. 02 08
Booth OT. OfifGrt Bend Anx. — 01
COD 07 --lOrt Bend Ex.. - 01
Columbia Mt.. 02 03!Junjbo Ex 32 88
Coin Fraction. 10 lSlLoet Star Con. 00 Oβ
Conqueror Con — OlJOra WJ 04
! SAN FRANCISCO STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE |
' , *■
Sugar stocks, which have been weak through fear of a * e ™ oe '* t '*_ vl
at the polls and consequent abolition or drastic reduction of the Migar i" hi .
were still weaker yesterday, with the certainty of Wileon's *ucceii » '
possible that the stocks may go below the figrure at which they ■"jSnetlen
even should the sugar tariff be cut. Sugar men are reconciled to a h<l " '
in the tariff, but none of them expect free sugar. The demoCratic ho c n
a free sugar bill, and sent it to the senate to be killed, but tli s, it ,» h argueri
was done by the democrats for political purposes; with the know le.ige tnai
the senate would most certainty kill the measure. Now that the democrat!i»re
in a position to distate. to the senate and secure concessions, it is not n< «»e\ea
that a free sugar bill will see the lierht. A cut in the tariff is expected, how""-
Hutchinson Sugar stock changed hands at Hawaiian < oromercial
and Sugar was $37.50 bid. $41 asked. Hawaiian was not so t'»r an art in _l>l. rtding
S^o? 811 ! P rice > a s M»i« was offered for it and $41 ask.-.!. H^%^l° t !i^. O \%x
$18.25 bid, $19.25 asked, Onomea was $38 asked, with no bi.l, and Pftattfcau $-1
bid, none offered. . •,„
Spring Valley water stock sold at. $62.25. Great Western Pawn- bonds
brought $57.62M> again
Pacific Gas and Electric common stock changed hands at $06.7.. yesterday,
a strong figure.
LISTED SECI•RITIKS
KALES NOVEMBER 6, 1912
Morning Session Afternoon Session
Board— P.o»rd , CT] ,
20 Spring Valley Water Co 10 Hi]tcliitiM..n Ba*»r Plaßtatln k' -
$4,000 Contra Costa Water 5a 80,87 M •"'" Pecttfp Tel & Tel infdi I ,
$I.O<X) People's Water Co 5e 81 25 fl.ooo Cai f}as \- Kiectiii m
$1,000 s P R R Ist refd* 4s !»r,'s7i», M.OOO Hawaiian C«nl A Rnuai 5« -■
$11,000 Great Western Power 5s $«.000 Market St liy !»t c«ii ■
Street - '" j $■_• i.m Oro Kl-'i-i.- i orp tt*
25 Ancle.& Ixvidon Xat Rank.lsi',.oo $4,000 Paclftc M .V l>l
12 ('Hlit'ornia Wine Aasa ipfdi.... 84 00 | 18.000 Peoplf'ji tVaWr >'<■ Sβ ■• »
o0 regie's Water Co i pfd i s<i 50 ' fB.OPO SPR RO» 1»« rofdg l>
$i.ooo Chi Oas A- Fiectrl'- unifrmt- 5>- f>s "' i $2,000 Spring Val Wat -ru mlK* •
$2,000 Market St Ry Ist con ss'. 9?.e2U $3,000 Tuited RRof Sl' I <" '-'v
$•1,000 Pacific Tel & Tel Sβ !>f> fl"u i str. •
$O,O<X) S P R RCo Ist refdg 4s 0.". BTjJ Ml MaskH Pa.kers , A>mi
CLOSING QUOTATIONS
BONDS ! Bid. A-k BIA A«k
r. S. Bonds-- Bid. Ask. [Oakland Transit O> 6s.H>7 <:i! fv..-' - l! 7i 4
4s quar coup (newKHC I -. Do 8a 103%18 I do P«Mi ■:*■ N I'M.
3s quarterly coupon.. — - ' Do Con 5s 1"1 168 ' Dα common ■ '-'"'-
Miscellaneous Bonds ! OaklHnd TYac Con ss. - BeujFireman"i fund !
Alameda Ajrtea W r.s. - OR '0.-.kland Trnc Co ss. 01 011, 'First Nat Bank of s P. 232 :::'■>>
Associated Oil Co ss. — 1011 4 OaklHn,] Water irtd Sβ GeraiM Xnv t Loai
Bay Counties Pow Bβ. 101% 102 lOmnihus Cable Ry Giant Powder Cn. . . .Wj
Cal Cent (ias &Xl 55.]02% — lOro Biertrte 0«B r »>- 86% Hawaiian Com] A :
cal El gen ss. K e r A. SS% -- pacific Gai imp 4a.. Hawaiian Bugar C 0... ■:■.>'- »i
Ca! Cj&FA g p.i & eWe. 101 \loJ^4(Pacific <;»< & ENee 5s 91 [Henokaa Bug** 00....
Do unifying 55.... 0.1 _ Pncific Electric Ry ss. 1^41.; IHumhoidt Sarlne Hk Iβ
CHlifornia St Cable 55.10 i iO2%[Paetfi« Light &P "s 96% K:it.!iinsnn Si;g Plurit \u>,
California Wine 55... — 07 '■ Do guaranteed 55.. - 100i 4 Kilauea Sugar Plant. 12
Cent Cal Trnctlon ss. — M% Pacific Tel & Tel . . Mnrin CotlDtj Water.. 51 B4Vj
City Electric Oo 55.. PS 'Ptirk k ciiff h Ry ((a 00% IMercantil* Nai Bank. 240
Coast Counties L*P r.s tH% Park k Ocean R Rβ*. 100 Mill Va! A MtTmSRy
Contra Costa Wat s*. !>^ T S fPeeple'a Water Co 5s «1' i 81% I Mutual Savings Bniik. US
Do gen mfge 45.... 04 Sa.- X!. f;as &Ry 55.10: i * North Alaska RalpsOD.l23 127VS
Edison B] of i, a ",s. <V Woodland fi Bβ BS N Cal power Co Cα - ,
Edison Light k P 05.105 jg Joaqnla IA i I' ss. (X> T 4looi4;Oeomea Sagrar C 0.... -'t*
X I duPont Pwdr 4Us - ft?.",:, : Do Cor f.s. series A.101%103 Oro Electric Corp pfd. 74 W*&
First Federal Trst 55.100V4 S F Electric Ry 55.. - 00 ! Do common ir.i.', 1 <*,i.^
Ferries & Cliff H R65.100 100%tS^,Nβpa & Calis R Cs.lOl", - ifiro Wator. Light & P.IOO
C.reat Western Pow 5s *71 , - [g F. Oak &S J 4lyss. Paauhau Snir»r Plant. 21
Haw Conn k Sutr ss.ln2\ ' I>o 2d mtge 5s ~- M Pac Am Fire Alarm. t\
Honolulu RT & L Hs.lor. 1.: Do (on Rv ."•= - 98%{PacNOoart Borai r>fd ionvilOl
Tahoe U& T ss. u~ M.l & S Clnra U4 l ■■<. M — ! Do common 73
I-ong Beach C <!as «s.IOO . (Santa Barbarai;&El6s.lO2 - - Pacific Coast Casualty. - 168
I-os Angeles Elec Sβ. 101 'Surra Ry of CW «s. . — — 'Pacific Crude Oil C.o*. . 60c Bfl*
I.<>< Ang (Jas &EI ss. my, BPRR of c ! c g ss. - Pacific Ught Corp pfd -- v:
Do Corp 5s n73 4 00 iSPßrnnch Rof Cal Hβ.126 Do common OS —
Los Angeles Ry 5a..10M - 8 P R B Ist ref 4s. »S% 98% Pa.-iflc Tel & Tel pfd.IOO —
Do Corp Ba S Val Wat gen m 4s. 03 ft."-,.. Do common 4!> filVj
Los Ang Light gtd 55.100 - - Tnite<i c,as & Klec SB. 100 101 I People* c Wafer Co nfd M
L A-Phc R r Icm sa.l9S»j Halted RRo<BF 4s 66 IPhlHppfne TeIAT r-, ir p 2H 2H
I, A Pac RR of Cal 5s iffl 'Val Counties ss.Khl!4 - [Realty Syndicate . * --
Marin Wat & Pow ss. - ' STOCKS iSavinirs In Bk & Tr.24.1 —
Market St Cable 65..i00 _ 'Alaska Packers , AaHL 0A 01 'Security Savings Bank 340 400
Do Ist con mtg" ss. 02% Amalgamated Oil Cβ, — [8 F Oak Ter Rys.A pfd — 85
Mid Counties o*lsl 0s 0014 — [American Nat 8ank..130 S-.ririg Val Water Co. 61*4 —
Mill Val & MtTmR.-.s.ino lAnglo-Cal Trust C 0... - — (Sterling Oil k Dov li. IV,
Natomas con of Cal c s - jAnglo & Lrm p 8ank.154 lMVi'tTnion Sugar Co — —"
Nor Ry Co of Cal Ba, 11] 'Associated Oil Co 46 Tnlon Trust Co 2.VX) —
Nor Cal Rv 5s 107V 4 — IBank of Cal. N A...202H — 'T'nion Oil Co of Cal.. — —
Nor Cal Power Co 55.102 — (California St R R 124' 2 — lUnion Provident Co.. ~- —
Do Con Ba SOl4 00 T-bI Ins Co (p«r $40» 72 — 'T'nited Perrolenm Co. . — —
Nor Electric Cn 55... 04% r.,\ wine Assn pfd.. - Sβ ! West Coast Oil Co pfd SO —
Oakland Gas. L&H ss.lO«>i ,102 ' Do common .. SO '
1 NMSTED SECIRITTES
SALES NOVEMBER 6, 1912
87) i Pacific f; S s Flectric mnm).. 66.75 ! $10,000 W.stern Pacific Ry 5a 83.00
The followin!? are the latest quotations for unlisted securities on the San
1-rancisco Stock and Bond exchange:
KONDS I Bid. Ask. 1 Bid Ask
Bid. Ask. Sr-ijth Paclle Const 4s 'SI Xorthcro E ; ect r ic SO —
Alaska Packerr. , 65.. - [Saaaet Telepbone r.s.. : ~ Sanr .II! 28
Amer River Dice :.s. - 9»%jßutter St Ry Or Rβ Do I! Vil way" ! .'.'..'. !135 140
AMociated Oil let ref-- Sperry Flour Bβ 1 ►ekland Bank of gar. — 22.'.
Bay Countie« Pow 6*. 103 104U, Tnickee Lumber •».'. 97 % Oakland Traction Dfd ,
Blue Wfiter 6s.K»2U Tnire.i Light & P ft*. Tμ"* ' Do common ' 80 40
Cal Northivestern r.s. . 103 Cnited Properties 58. 60 •", 'ocean Shore Rv 1" liv
Coast Val H&VA let6s.lOO 101 ' Do ,]ebenture es I<> [3 i> a k & E — I^*
Oary Street RR. — 54 West Mt c & Guaranty — 108 jOak & Antioch Er n o« _'_
<Jen Petroleum bonds. BO W«Bt«a Pacifl,. Ry r,s S2U BSW On. Development "Co" — 44
Honolulu riant (is. . Yoeemlte Valley R r.s. —* 87 Orr>henm etock ' 10?-' 26
Hunt Land & Imo <'>s. - - 101 ' STOCKS Owl Dm- common 0« *
Menlo Country Club 4s - - li>f> 'Alameda Sugar" — 2." !Pacific Hird & S nfd' —. o>
Monterey & P Q rT r»s. - 94 Angut Oil ~ - 80e IDo common — 17
Mutual Electric ss. -- IBank of San Jose... 170 'Pacific Port Orrent" — 73
Miller & Lβ! 'Cal Cotton Mills IBW 70 Paclflc Gas & Elec pfd 02*1 KU
Ml Whitney γ-w 6*. 1011,, Cal State Life Ins. »g _ i Do common ' ' 67
Natomas W» 0s 100 - . Oal Pacific Title pi'd. - - 100 Talaco H-.tel stock ... 80
l>.. I.nnd vfe Mm f.s. »% Ca! Electric e eri pfd. 75t,4 - ■)People*ji Water com" ' RV, "~l>u,
Do 2d nitge fis 67»<j 7<) Central Cal Traction. - Iβ P< rft Santa Rosa Rv 20U _1
Northern C.il Pow Cs. 06 'Central N B of Oak.lV. Portujraewe-Anjer Bank ft 3
N.>r West Elec isuhs».il'. 'Central Tri»st 116 — 'Poulsen Wireless "]H
Oceanic Steamship ss. - 108 Cypress I.nwn 2% — 'Riverside Cement '" 40
O«k & Antioch Ry ss. Si v, 85 ; French-American Bnk. 04 — ;Schmidt I.itho Co 13 —
Oro Water. L& P R5.100»;i03% Oeneral Petroleum ... IS — 'Sacramento Hotel ' " in
Oakland Gas, IA-H Be.ll] Hawaiian Pineapple.. 43% - - Sausalito Tjind & F 25 4"
Orpheiim 6s — 1031, 4 Honolulu Plantation.. 36U, 37URtandard Cement ' "~
Pacific Port CementCs.ino — ! Do pool — " a<? "ISan Francis™ Secnr" 47V,
Palace Hotel fU 108 IHonoluluOi] 1.251.27%15an JoiKJHln tight AP IS ~~
I'et i Santa Rosa sa. !>." Itfilian-American Bnk. - 121 'Santa Cniz Cerrent 30
Do »5s 9O Bβ K«rn Uind Oo i«o ._ iSpc-rry Flour * H "-
Pliilippine Tel 55... «3 W-VKey Route pfd 844 . Do preferred " ** __ joi
Do fts 07 j Do common - 22 'T'nion Ice Co "OS
Riverside Cement 6*., 77. 81 >fiiscot Copper 2U 2%!Volraa Fire Insurance' 13U —
SF & S Joaquin V.V. — 113 'Mcßrlde Sugar 0 - Weed Lumber Co 1074
SF & Nor Pacific Mt.KSf4 Metropolis Trust 70 -- (Western Pacific' Rv " 8 8V
Sierra &S F Pow ss. Navigstion ...120 — Wells Fargo Bank" 170 IS.".
Standard Cement 65.. 02 --eJwfMechanics , Savings... 75 Western Amer Realty' 11«
Standard Klectrlc ss. r<CU - 'Merchants'- Jfat Bank. SO 00 !West Bank' RO _
S F Gas & Elec 4,,5. :m. INoble F/lecfric — Western Meat Co _ tmiA
Do rion callable.... 02 i>2% Nat Ice & c Storage. — 70 'Western States Life" l->t4
Santa Cruz Cement r.s - 8.8 'Nafomas Consolidated - 13'i"Western Power ofd" %6 ns
South Cal Ellison ss. — 07 Not West Electric... r>o — | Do common X "8
South Yuba Water 6s. 105 107i(,l
Oaoker — Ollßed Hills 01 02
Hmd B Butte IRed Top Ex.. — 01
1 reorganized 1 <H Ofi'Sandstorm Ken 02 0.' , ,
Pmdfld Itaiisy. 05|SUtot VicTs. Con 07 ns
Florenre 77 80 Spearhead Gold o.** 04
Frances Mhk.. 01 - |St Ives — STi
O-»ld Bar Gld. OT> —[Vernal 08 10
<;id Con M. . .2.."2 2..V.'Wonder — 01
Gld Portland.. — ft] | Yellow Tlgfr.. 02 09
Btillfroß Distrirt
Bonnie riare.. 0] —;Tramp Con .. 02 0.1
Mayflower Con 01 O2|
Manhattan PistMrt
Dexter I'nion. 02 O4 ! Mtn Hill Con.. 01 02
Gold Wedge... on 10' Mornlng Glory. — 04
Man Bic Four 43 44' Mustang Man.. 02 04
Man Amalgam 03 - 'Mustang Anx.. — 04
Man Con .... 14 l<VMustanr Xx ..01 02
Man IVxfer .. on 04: Stray Pog ... — 03
Man Virginia. —• Ol|Thanksgivlng.. — 04
Man W Caps. 1O 12!
other Dietricts
Atlas Wonder. 10 12'Pitts S Peak.. 87 M
F.agle's Nest.. - - (lS'Raw Coalition. — 01
Fairrw r, Bid 02 03} Round Mr Sβ 88
Nev Hills ...1.47 l..".oTeropa ('on .. — 15
AHNeiNitirnt Directory Comstork Mines
Company- No. Pel. Board. Pslf Par. Ainf.
Yellow Jacket. 42 Oct. 27 Dw. 3 .10
Exchequer .... 2. -, , Oct. 27 N'»t. 2O .03
Best & Belcher. 100 Nut, 1 Nov. 2"> .<Vi
Ophir PO Nor. 3 Dec. 0 .15
Crown Point... 13 Nov. 7 Dec. 4 .10
Alnhii Con .... 10 Nov. 11 Dec. 4 «03,j
Scorpion 21 Nov. 29 Dec. IS .01
Bruns Potoei... 3 Not. 24 Dec. lf> .OIL..
Con Vlreinla... 22 Nov. 24 Dec. 2O .15
Sierra Nevada.. 32 Nov. 2S Dec. 23 .10
Challenge Con. 60 Dec. 2 Dec. 27 .0o
Overman 40 Dec. 3 Dec. 24 .0.1
OIL STOCKS
* : «.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK EXCHANGE
Bi<l. Ask. 1 Bid. Ask.
Caribou — I.2s|Pncinc Crude — 60
ClHremnnf.. f>o - -'Palmer ]R
Coal Ontral SO ... Uβ —
Coal Mohwk 7"i Saupr Poiijrh. 1.50
rv Ijixe ... "ft - - Silvfr Tip... r>o
Empire .... 75 —S W & 8... IS 2"
Home — .".."[Sterling 1.25 —
111 Crude .. - 20(Turner 88
Marlcopa 56. 2S — !\v Coa*t pfd.7S.oo
McKlttrick.. f>o - W X Oil Co. 1.55 2.C0
Monte Cristn — 1.2."'
LOS ANGELES Oil, EXCHANGE
[Special Dispatch to The Call]
LOS ANCjELKS. Nov. «. —Thp local etnrb PX .
rhnngo bas not ypt fully roroverod from th*>
plfotion. Trarlinß this niornlnj; was dull to the
point of fttagnation and in the aftfrnoon it trns
not. Tantly hPttPr. Union TroyLlfnt and Union
Oil were tradPd to a light dt'streo, wliilp Rii-o
Rannh oarne in for some considerable attrntion.
Among the low pricpd securitlos National Parl
fie was the only onp in demand, and that de
mand was not marked. The cell:
Producers— P.id Asked
AmalgamatPd Oil 54.50 85.00
Amorlcan Crude Oil Co - ,30
American PPt. Co. Cpfd> 70.00 7" 00
AssociHfPd Oil 45.25 4C,.iiO
Bear Creek Oil and M. Co. .V> —
California Midway Oil Co Iβ
Central I.oft 1.20
Columbia 1.'17%
Enos Oil Co 041. —
Kuflld Oil Co _•!> .m
Kullerton Oil 2.50 4.7.".
Mobe — i m ;
.Tade Oil Co
Maricopa Queen Oil Co •— ~'{.">
Mascot Oil Co — .75
Mexican P»t. Ltd.jpM) 99.75
National Pacific On Co 0.°,% .03%
niind* Land Co. (olli 38 .42
I'ennsylvania Midway Oil Co. .O~Va —
Pirn Oil and I*and Co 22 —■
Rice Ranch Oil Co 1.10 1.11
Traders' Oil Co RT..00 7."i.iK>
Tnlon 08.37*4 Sβ.6o
I'nion Provident Co 9R.62U i»0.00
United Petroleum 9R.00 OS 75
United Oil Co ..'Sβ
West Coast Oil (pfd> (\o.m __
Western Union '. 70.n0 100.00
White Star Oil Co 10 —
SAI.KS
Nforning Session
200 Now Pennsylvania r.2
2 Union 9P.12U
Aftermjon Session
11,000 National Pacific 03' i
, 20 Tninn Provident Co 99 _v»
10 Tmion Provident Co ..!.!! Osi^V,
10 I nion Pn>vident Co 99 75
~ I'nion (cashi ' " Qβ'{Ui
! 1,000 Rice Ranch (530)... . ' i'atu
! 1.000 Rice Ranee ...'.'.'.'.'.'. 1.10
GRAIN MARKET
IVhe-at and Other Grain*
tiI V . f "TM~ RPOf>ip,S , in th * '"° al ■*»* mnrket over
gew , a a , aaatiCfS
Weakness abroad and liberal receipts at do
rnestif. points caused n lower openlnjr in the
ChJcaga pit. bat the market, subsequent v ra!
llf,l when an '.vorsoki condition was dJwloeed
and pn,es went Motggs closing ngures*
.J T a I f ?. r « nia whi,p Australian. $1J564H 57*4 ncr
FUTURES
at $1 r"' !in;: - P** , **** , . California, was offered
in B H, r f IP -w T i h ° i r !;;,ln l ,> i!r n of tra< 3'ns? in filter*.
tn the local pit yesterday was accompanied br
Options sold off sharply. December opene.i "
GNU lower D the morrin* an.l sustained further
losse* a, the late dealing., losing Ht $145 a
decline of SOc a ton fron. Monday's final flcJre
The dUtanr May option d.Timed to tbe «ame ex
tent 8s December early and after a feeble ralS
at *1.4hV 4 agraioat $1.47-% on Monday. Th-e de
rline in the options Imparted a feeling of ea«=i
that tue easiness would soon pass off
_, CASH B.VULEY
Choice feeri. Si.r,o'per cUj No. 1 do. $1
1.4, i?: lower pa**, -5i.40W1.42iA: shipp-ne and
brewing, ?I..V_> v',, 1.571, ; $l.foai ™Q
FUTURES ' "- u - t4I
--11:30 a . „,. Session
Option— Oprn Hich Low rio«e
Ma%, l»lo.... 1.4( 1.47 1 47
- p. m. Session
Option— Open Tlisrh l.n W rir ,,,
Der-ember ...f1.45% *1 4.-.« isl 4-. •! V-
May. 1913. ... 1. 16% 1 .<S& 'itc! $mm
Oats-The market for this grain conVinnet
<juiet. with prtoM seldom showine anr ctanX
The rain ban strengthened the situation
what, for a period of clear weather after show
Choice and for common *- 10 ®— ° for
Com—F.Hstern yellow, in bulk, on trark $1 m
:'T ;tl: eastern white. Jl.SoYl 70 Fsv-f
tian, $l.«s<i;f 1.70 per ctl ' r '"P
Rye—Offering at $1. 1.50 per ctl.
Foreign Futures
LIVERPOOL
Wheat— IW. M sr - h \r
Open Lag , 7r> >. f . M .»- T
PARIS ' ' f *
Wheat— Vo _ ..
Opening 915% M %i JSE
mic-ago Grain and Provision Future*
CHICAGO No/ F fi rn Th P,, , b -V K - X - H " t,Oli & l '"- «° '-"lifornia Ntr«t.>
WhP.t-l leariios futures w«-re aa foikyvs:
si=33 -I f-i qr
If: 1 ffi g «
IF:-":;::;;:;;;:;:;:::;; lb | «•
S" St.. !i;S £
Xovpmher Vl ir. 10 — U i I
H i:; •--" »:» •*:« >
■tort UmmU ' " - "-" "'- 1,, . «>.«) 1M.171-. 942V4
NnvPmhpr in.,-,,. 10.1.0 W .SS I* -,-
January !t sti.. i,i no t\-i . ..
M '.y n.>i.v- V.7-16 •• ;;, i
SUMMARY OF?
THE MARKETS
U'iltinn'M eledlon haw no hart #>f
rect on New York Mock*.
Several copper ulinres »c«re stood
lIIMIK*
(01 ton fntiireti higher, deeplte
heavy realising;.
roflTee weak abroad and In >ew
York
Late nhort eoverlng eends wheat
up In rhloaico.
.Small decline" In lo«-al wpot wheat
price*.
Barley optloOH »«I! off in local pit.
>poi l»iirlf.i euNier, but unchanieed.
Rain market for »«ed
oiltx.
Local trade earrylnsr «mall utocks
of coffee.
Trade In grain hay continues
li«hr.
{.nod demand fo r alfalfa pre
4tetm4,
lleuua ea«y at Aecllnlne: pri.«-».
I 1111 iiliii (train baK« dull and
tiiiiiliri' rl*«* in beef expected.
t'rUet tor trr-*h i-kk» pointing up-
HHIII,
HiHlrr mid flieeae remain firm.
I r«.Mi HMd ruin* wind up vesce
lii hlr fMMIi
KfiUlu urimiT* benefit by Bal
kii it Mur.
fl*o*\ptm at rire»»ed turkeys !■
--<i t-ualtlK.
l-4e'4 1-42H
i i Nov. Jan. -Fob.
OtWQiM f> 43 t«-22
< t.oliiif 6.43 6.21
lllHtl.O HOARD OF TRADE
l-'iitiire f.raln nmf Provision*
ciiii'Ai;'i Although wheat prices k-~
day touch* , *! n n< w low reword for the gelflßf,
lie, the market closed strons nr
• ■! U« tbown Monday riiirht. Scantiness ot
IH In ii■•• world* available utipply formed
tic r/inifi n -iirn. December flu*-
hiatal befwi with hist s»l<>i
*»<• n«t (if So%«*. J>ater the market ral
ii.,i •■ ,-f'sa<» proved to
t.f- t*»H than )>»<! I for. The close wns
f, with 1.,-.•.,,(,.- ..■ !:••• h -'i ■t, at 89%e.
''•.rii Short* overreached themselves. One fit
tln« <til<-f rttfflcnltie* was the fact that rain
ihrotijfiii.iif. central IlllnoU proved the heaviest
In month*. December Hoged strone. up at
f>o •S*®."/!'Ac. fash grades were unsettled. No.
'J jr*UOW #M qooted at 56@56%c. Prices hard
mw| afterward «s a reanlt of short* covering.
The close was strong, with December 14 , ' net
lilprhf-r at 60%eS0^e.
Ont-i at an advance of 141$ 1.4 c n p *-
Proiislons— After suffering: from sales by pack
ere rallied when cereals turned string. January
pork and lard headed the li=t with a net gain
of IT"
tCAOO, Nov. 6.— E. F. Hntton ft Co.'a
wire says:
'■Wheat—Sentiment extremely bearish and
prices lower at OOtMt In reflection of th» weak
ni'Hs abroad and the iniffirnrable merchant
conditions at home. f»el!ln(f was overdone st
the >leoltne, and short* forced a recorerv in
prices in their attempt to cover early Bales.
Kuropean visible fbowrd a large dccnaM and
world's visible increased only 3.sf*V<XX> bushels,
against inclusive of about 12,000,000 last week
and, for the corresponding week last year.
Qxiiie a number of larare rtiorts covered on
enrly decline, which helped some fn rallying
prices. The seaboard and Winnipeg have
claimed gome export business. The domestic
visible supply was only abrfnt as large as a
year ago while the trade had expected
much more. Large purchases of Dulnth No. I
northern sincp Monday to come here before the
close of lake navigation have he*n made. TTio«<»
purchases exceeded fiOO.OOO bushels. The result
has been an advance of prices from December
delivery figure c. i. f. Chicago to \r over
Chicago Dcpmber. Not much business done at
advance. Export clearances last two days very
large at 1.443,000 __hush* Is.
"Corn —Was weak early with other grains, hut
it rallied later and made a fair gain. Shorty'"
selling was overdone early and many of the
smaller ehorts covered ar higher prices later.
Smaller shorts, as in wheat, oversold on the
early declines. Wet weather has prevailed ot*t
the entire corn belt at pome time darfne the
last 4S hours, hnt fair weather is now officially
forecasted for the next two days. Cold prevail*
in northwest and in Nebraska. New corn Is
being offered for December shipment here af.
tow prices equal to 45i*.c track Chicago for
No. 3 white. Wet weather has interfered wita
Inspection.
"Oats—Were easier all around, with
and corn, and on continued enormous recetrV*.
They have recovered, from early decline be.- A
of development of a little export
Caeh sales 400.000, inchuling about 200,000
export.
'Provisions-Werp lower all aronnd. h'lt
ral'ied moderately after grains Improved. There
whs rather heavy covering by shorts on tho
early declines, bnt it was done leisurely on
resting orders. The short sellers were acting
with confidence and did not follow the rallies
far, except for a few small shorts. Hog run
west was 5R."00. against US.OOO Inst year and
50,400 two years ago."
Caith firain and Proviftinnn
CHTCAOO. Nor. 6.—Cash quotation* were a<
follows: Flour slow; No. 2 rye. 67Q 68c; feed or
mixing barley. 4-"^t."?.c; fair to choice malting
barley. 50@72c; timothy seed. $3/30 ST>: clover
seed, fl3Q18: mess pork. .«17T?17..*i0: lard (in.
tierces), $10.80iS10.87 !^ ; short ribs ilooset.
$10.25(510.75.
GRAIN STATISTICS
The total clearances of wheat and flonr for two
days were equal to 1.44.":.OO0 tmsbeU. Primary
receipt* for two days were S.eofi.OOO bushels,
compared with 2.153,000 bushels the correspo'iil
Ing day a year ago. The visible supply of wheat
In the United States increased 2.r>r.6.r>00 bushels
for the week. The world's visible supply, as
shown by Bradstreet's, Increased 3,599.000 bush- -
els. $
Estimated receipts for tomornow: Wheat. 14S
cars; corn. 144 cars; oats. 490 cars; hogs 22 000
head.
Liverpool Grain Market
LIVERPOOL. Nov. β-ciosing: Wheat—Spot
steady: No. 1 Manitoba. He; No. 3 Manitoba,
So. Futures weak: December, 7s 6d; March, 7a
6Vid; May. 7e 4^d.
Cora—Spot easy: new American kiln dried, Rs
J Id. Futures easy; December, 5s }4d; January,
3s i4d.
Kansas City Grain
KANSAS CTTY. Nov. c.—Cash: Wlieat- Tn
changed to !<• lower. No. 2 hard.
No. 3. No. 2 red. No.
3, 94«f?9e^c.
Corn—Unchanged. No. 2 mixed old, 55i?J."fic
new, 52UQ5Sc; No. R old. 54©5Sej new.'eic:
No. 2 white old. 56@07e; new, No. 3
old. nee: new, r>2^.
Oat=—T'nchanged to hisher: No. 2 white
83Q33%c; No. 2 mixed, 32@32%C-
Ryp^_>,r>C.
Tiny—Steady; choice timothy,
choice, prairie.
Receipts—Wheat. 245.
Vtftible Grain Supply
NEW YORK. Nov. fi.—The tIsIMc TOpply r>t
grain in th« United States Saturday, November 2.
as compiled by the New York Produce exchange]
was as follows:
Wheat, 41.712.000 bushels: increase. 2,4« V! r< o.
Wheat in bond, 2,279,000 bushels; liicrea-.j»r
1.22R.000. T
Corn. 2.fisn.Of>o bushels: decrease. 311.00n.
Oats. 10.r>32.000 bushels: increase, 1,841.000.
Oats in bond. 42.000 bushels; increase 5 000
Rye. 12,r,2e.000 bushels; increase, 163'rfnt
Rarley, 4.129.0<Xl btlshels; decrease. 144.0n0
Barley in bond, 22H.00:",: increase, 160,006.
Available Grnln Supply
NEW YORK. Nov. «.- Special cable and tele
graphic communication received by Bradstre*t»
show the following changes in available supply
as compared with previous account:
Wheat —I'nifed StHtes, east of Rockipg i n _
creased 3,l(l<\t>iX> boabela, west of Rockies de
creased 43.000 bushels: Canadian increased 3 932
OfiO bushels: total United States and Canadian
increased 6.988.000 bushels; afloat for'and In
Kurope dfcreasr-d 3.400.000 bushels; total Amer
ican and Enr ply increased 3,55ft.000
o.r o ™-. 1 * ,, ! , *; ,, s,!,t,s snd Canada decrease^^
?,7.-,.<>iir> bushels. m
Oats-- rnlted States and Canada increased
2.900,000 b—btlfc
Northern AVheat Market
WASHINGTON
TACOMA. Nov 6 Wheat—Bluentcm tttt»<
forty-fold. ROe; club and flfe, 7sc. far ri»
ceipts: Wheat 64, barley ."., oats 1 bay 1°
SEATTLE. Nov. «.■-Wheat-Bluestem* sfuc
forty-fold. 71>c: .-lub, fife. 77c; rr>d Russian'
T«C. Yesterday's car receipts: Wheat f>7 oiiti
7, corn 6. hay 'J
OREGON
PORTLAND. Nov. C. - -Wheat Itr.tck priced-
Club, TSc; bliiestein, forty-fold 7S^7n,.-

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