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THE SUNDAY OREGOXIAN, PORTLAND, OCTOBER 27, 1918.
CROPS ABROAD ARE
Preparations Made for Larger
Yields Next Year.
ITALY IS TO USE TRACTORS
Favorable Weather In Argentina and
Growth of Wheat Is Satisfactory.
Larger Output in fcffypt.
Crop conditions abroad, as related to the
recent harvet nd prospects for the next
rop, art 1b the main good, according; to the
room h all summary, vblch ia cabled as fol
Italy Wheat yield will approximate 10.
000,000 boahels. Cora, is considered fair,
reparations for Antuma seedtna: ire mak
lns; satisfactory prorress. Efforts are being
anada to encourage tha me of tractora for
plowing a larc acreage.
Franca Despite tha unfavorable weather.
lireanins; has been g-olns on actively In the
northern regions and In many parte la fin
ished. Res a Its ofthreshlnff operations are
eTood and tha quality of wheat is excellent.
Hya and barley have siren a satisfactory
outturn, but oats are disappointing. PIow
Ins; continues to maJce encouraging progress.
6 pain Conditions appear about unchanged.
Reports continue to mention that farmers are
threatening' to reduce their sowlnjrs as a
means of showing their dissatisfaction with
tha government methods of handling the 1918
wheat crop. Supplies keep small and there
Is a want of a steady stream of imports from
Sweden Lata crops have been unfavorably .
affected by tha very severs frost which has
ten experienced. Winter sowrngs ars under
way. but progress is slow. Crops from the
recent harvests are expected to show aver
Denmark This year's crop is described
United Kingdom Unsettled weather Inter
fered considerably with harvest operations
tn sections where parts of crops were atltl
vncut. Many reports of further sprouting and
shedding have been received, especially from
tha northern regiona It is believed that
considerable damage haa been dons to oats
Argentina Favorable weather haa pre
vailed and crop growth has been quite satis
factory. Fair quantities of wheat still re-
main, but the demand from foreign sources
Is less active. Clearances are now of 11 m
Egypt The wheat crop was 4.0G8.00O quar
ters, against 3. 725.000 quarters a year ago,
and barley 1.1S0.00O quarters, against 3.658.
000 quarters a year ago.
lean Wonders and Netted Gems at 2 2.25.
Mldd!e Western markets were slightly weaker
while Eastern markets strengthened.
The onion market waa generally steady at
$1.756 2 for Ore irons and California.
PRINT BCTTEB PRICES NOT UNIFORM
Cut Made by One City Creamery Is Not Yet
Followed by Others.
The 3-cent cut In print butter prices
made by one of the city creameries yester
day naturally did not meet with the ap
proval of the other creamery men, but the
weakness of the cube butter market and the
lighter consumption, due to the Influenza
epidemic, was held to warrant the reduc
tlon. The cut. however, was not generally
followed and two prices were current. The
coming week will demonstrate whether i
uniformly lower market for prints is neces
sary. There was a slow movement In cuoes
with 63 cents offered and 60 cents asked.
Errs were steady and unchanged. Few
fresh Oregons were available, but more East
ern eggs are promised in the coming week.
Poultry receipts were small and prices
were firm. Dressed meats were unchanged.
Bank clearings of the Northwestern cities
vetertiav were aa follows:
( lennnrs. na.ann-.
Portland $4,879,193 $1.0(11.737
Seattle 6.674. lrri l.lnS.WO
Clearings of Portland. Seattle and Tacoma
for the past week and corresponuing w
in xwornaer years were:
Kl 1 . .
. l i.Ms,t;irt
. nt. !t7. '""
afOlIAIR PRICES ARE TENDING UPWARD
Further Sales ef Texas Fall Clip at Advanced
The chief Interest In the mohair market
la In the movement of mohair in Texas,
where several sales of the Fall clip have
been made In the last week or 10 days. Fur
ther sales are reported at Kerrville and the
Bracketvllle hair ia understood to have been
sold also. As high as 85 41 86 cents Is under
stood to have been paid for the best lota
Altogether fully a million pounds of the Fall
clip have been sold to data, if not rather
Business tn the Boston market has been
limited owing to the scarcity of spot stocks,
ays the Commercial Bulletin. Prices, how
ever, remain firm and the tendency of the
market Is undeniably upward.
Recently a meeting; was held In Eng
land when the matter of mohair price con
trol was thoroughly considered but. In view
ef the fact that so very little mohair is
actually being used for government work. It
was decided to leave the market a free one.
such to the satisfaction of the English Mo
fealr Federation. Further arrivals of mohair
from the Cape are reported recently In Eng
land bringing some 60OO bales of the staple,
which is sufficient to relieve all anxiety
as to the running of the spindles for some
time te corns.
Buying; of the Winter clip has continued
recently at the Cape, with some keenness,
both on English and American account It
would appear. Winter hair hss brought 42
O 43 cents and Winter kids SO cents or bet
ter, while Basutos are quotable around 44 9
Alpaca has been lees active recently, but
stocks are not allowed to accumulate and
re moved about as fast as they come In at
gull recent quotations
APPLES WEAK tS TIIE LOCAL MARKET
Sraree Being Shaded by Pome Handlers.
Bales) Are Slow.
The local apple market Is weak, and as
prices are being cut by some of the handlers.
It looks like a lower all-around range In
the near future. Receipts yesterday lnclud
ed three care of Oregons. There was a fair
demand for ordinary stock, but the higher
grades were slow. Oregon and Washington
extra fancy Spttsenbergs and Jonathans of
fered at $2 02.60, according to else, fancy at
$1.7602.23 and C grade at 11.5092. Winter
Bananas and Ortleys were held at $2,230
3.60 and large slse fancy Northern Spy at $2.
Oregon apple shipments were: One car
each to Great Falls. Peoria. Los Angeles,
.Tyisry. Waterloo San Francisco. Baltimore.
Sacramento, Minneapolis, East Portland.
Bakers fie Id. Fargo, Topeka. Dallas. Denver,
Aberdeen, Arnold, Brown wood, Sallna and
Walla Walla. Two cars each to New York.
Washington. Los Angeles. Elmira. Chicago
and Butte. Suspension Bridge 3. Dee Moines
4 LeRoy 8; canners stock. The Dalles 2.
The Eastern markets continued steady.
Baldwins and Greenings. As. 2S-lncb, ranged
mostly $4.25fM 50 per barrel f. o, b. Roches
ter. N. T. In consuming markets. New York
Greenings and Baldwins and Virginia York,
As. IS -Inch, followed a general range of
$4.75 $6. Extra fancy boxed Winesaps ranged
(1. 53 0 2 f. o. b. Northwestern shipping points
and Colorado extra fancy boxed Winesaps
ruled $2-26 In producing sections. Northwest
ern and Coorado extra fancy boxed Jona
thans ranged 'steady in consuming markets
at S3C3.26. Movement continues very heavy.
New York State and Washington lead.
FEED BAKLEY AT STEADY PRICE
Sharp Reduction tn Bids for Sacked Oats
Corn Also Lower.
Except for barley, which was steady, the
local grain market was weak and lower yes
terday. Two hundred tons of November
feed barley were sold at the Merchants' Ex
change at $46 and $49. the latter price rep
resenting an advance of $1 over Friday.
Sacked oats bids were cut $1.5o&2 and
bulk oats 60c 0$1. Com bids ware 60c $1
lower than the day before.
Terminal receipts, in cars, were reported
by the Merchants' Exchange as follows:
T beat. Bar. Flour. Oats. Hay.
o 4 36
0 5 3
PORTLAND MARKET QUOTATIONS
Grain, Flour, Feed, Etc
Merchants' Exchange, noon session:
October; , .
No. 2 whitefeed $53 50
Standard A 49.00
tasiern oats ana corn in duik;
Vn 3 white 47.00
33 pounds clipped - 43.00
No. 3 yellow C.oo
No. 3 mixed 67.00
No. - 53.00
Feel , n'
Feed "A- ' 00
STOCKS STRONG AT CLOSE
RALLS HELP LIFT MARKET
LAST HALF HOUR.
Steel Is Higher ' in Anticipation of
Publication of Third Quarterly
Report; Bonds Irregular.
NEW YORK, Oct. 2& Starting In tent
tlv. fashion, today's stock market gradually
broadened and advanced in various direc
tions, closing strong witn a number ol
very substantial gains.
Ralls helped sustain the buoyant move
ment of the last half hour. Southern show
ing evidence of further substantial absorp
tlon on Its Jump of 344 points. Union Pa
cific, St. Paul preferred, and Reading em-
braced the other strong transportations.
United States Steel made a belated ad
vance of 1 hi points In anticipation of next
wee s publication of the third Quarterly
report, and independent steels. Including
the munitions group, made similar arams.
bales amounted to oO.GOO shares.
linuds. including Internationals, were ir
regular, except for firmness in liberty 3&
i-ital sales, par value, aggregated sj.7j5.uou.
Old United States bonds were unchaa3d
on ca:i during the week.
CLOSING STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Kale. lrirh T j-ar
Am Beet Sugar
American Can . 1,400 43 44 3
Am Car A Kdry u0 Stf, 86Vs
American Lpco. 3o0 67 4 Otift
Am Sm as Kefs. 19,ti)0 90 Vs fe8
Am Sugar Refg. 3uo 11:! 111A
Am Tel & Tel.. 4uo lui'4
Anaconda Cop.. 5.000 71 tiOT.
aoo loo v loo
1,'Mii 6i Stt
0,700 13 7
lUtf 20 V,
Tol.il Ki.s week l-'lti
rmon to dale..4Jo3
V.r .? 44
F.aon to date..2f'0
je.r ago 1.4
s . vT sso 34
to date. . 1PM5
. . 1ii0
F. .on tc
WHEAT Government basis. 2.:0 per
FLOUR Family flour, fll.OS011.ZO per
barrel: whole wheat. flOtt 10.30; graham.
f SO 3 10.25; barley flour. 10.50r13: rye
Hour. ftl.TStf 13.00; corn flour. 12wl2.40
corn meaL SUCJll.ftu; oat itour,
MILLFEED Mill run, soft wheat grades.
t n. h. mill, carlots. 13.10 per ton mixeu
cars. 132.60: ton lots or over, f34.10: less
than tons. J"..1 10; rolled barley. --..'iff.lB
rolled oats. fOltOO: ground barley, f 00 a 60
alfalfa meal. f4044.
oorv Whole. S73I3T7: cracked, $59
HAY Buying prices, t. o. b. Portland
Eastern Oregon timothy. 30 per ton; Valley
timothy. t29 per ton; alfalfa, f27; Valley
grain hay. $26'ir27; clover. f28; straw, fO
Dairy and Country l'rodur.
BUTTER Cubes, extras, 59 60c; prlnti
extras, box lots, OOCoc; cartons, box lots, 61
frIUc: half boxes. VsC more: less man
box-.. 1c more: butlerfat. No. 1. 63&67C per
n..i.nH ri.hv.rMl. Portland.
felilis uregon rancn. canuieu, iu uu
rT- L-. nlf (L"- I.I.Pll. BlC dOZeil.
CHEESE Ti lamoolc. I. o. o. iinamooa
Trlulets. 3c: lounj Americas. Jic; cool
and Curry County: Triplets, f. o. b. Myrtl
Point. 3-c. .
1-On.Tia' Hens. 27c: Springs, 27SS0C
roosters, lbc: ducks. 20 30c; geese. 17&18C
turkeys, live, aojiaic.
VEAL Fancy. ISHSIOC per pouno.
PORK Fancy, 21 1 22c per pound.
Fruits and Vegetables.
T Ai.nl Inhhln OUOtations:
FRIllSi Oranges. Valenclas, f!2.fl2.50
l.mnna 14.234r9.7S per box: bananas. 84)8V4
per pound; grapefruit, f7.500: apples fl.2!
t2 50 per box; pears, $2,004)2.23 per box
casabas, per pound: rrapes, iia
per pound; quinces, i.o per box.
y.. ,r-t.. 1 1 nee barrel.
VEGETABLES Tomatoes, wuci..w per
box: cabbage. 1.7j2 per loo pounas; lei
tuco, f2i2.oo per crate; peppers. 10 per
wnnri! beans. 6-ii7c ner pound; celery, eoc
per doa: eggplant, 10c per pound; art!
rhnVM 11. 40 ner dozen: cauliflower, 1
per do.; garlic, 17Ho per pound; pumpkins.
in., n r iw.iinn maun. .c m-i I'uu.iu,
beets. $250 per sack: carrots, 81.75&2 per
..nlr- turnlna I1.75r2 Per sack.
potatoes Oregon. tl.50i2.25 per hun
ilreH: Takimas. 2a2.25: sweet. 4.i4c
ONIONS Oregon, fl. 756 2.00; California
browns, f 1.75 6 2.
Tw.i lobblnc Quotations:
Ri:ctR Sack bssis: Fruit and berry,
f9.A3; beet. $9.23;. extra C. $8.15; powdered.
in hxrrela 110 25: cubes, in barrels, siu.ta.
virxa Walnuts 36c: Brazil ' nuts. 19c
filberts. 23c; almonds, 23i30c: peanuts, 21c
SALT Half-ground, luus. sia.vu per ton
sn. ai7 2S ner ton: dairy. $25 per ton.
mr-K ITnbroken. 10 i felloe per pound.
BEANS Jobbing prices: White. 1114
ISSc: colored. IliOSHc.
COFFEB Roasted. In drams, 17025a
I.oeal Jobbing quotations:
HAMS All sues, choice, 889 88 He; stand
ard. S7tJ37Mc; skinned, none; picnic, 26c
cottage roll. 86c
LARD Tierce oasis, sianaara pure. 2VC
ramiwund. 2.1 C
BACON fancy, nvgajc; stanaaro. aj
ASOe: choice. 86 44c.
DRY SALT Short, clear backs, 80 35c:
exports. 2U0 32C
slides and Pelts.
HIDES Government grades: a 1 salted
hides, 30 lbs. and up, 15c; No. 2 salted
hirf. 30 lba and up. 14c: No. 1 green
hides. 80 lbs. and up. 12c: No. 2 green hides.
30 lbs. and up, lie: No. 1 salted bulls, 50
lba and up, 12c; z saitea Duns, do lba
snd up. 11c: Na 1 green bulls. 60 lbs. and
in mi.; (1. . mrrvu uuiia. .. uu uu.
o: No. 1 green or salted calfskins, up to
15 lba. 32c; No. Z green or salted calfskins.
up to 1ft lba, au sc; ro. a green or salted
kip skins, 15 to 30 lbs., 16c: No. 2 green or
salted kip skins, 15 to 30 lbs.. 14Sc; dry
flint hides. 1 lbs. and up. Sflc: dry flint calf
under 7 lba. 40c: dry salt hides, 7 lbs. and
ud. 24c: dry salt cs:i, under I ins- 34c:
dry cull hides w calf, half price; dry stags
or bulla hoc: dry salt stags or bulls, 14c
dry cull stags or bulla half price: dry horse
hides, according to size and takeoff,- each
$1.50472.50: salted horse hides, according to
size and tskeori, eaen. )JB9-
PELTS Dry long-wool pelts, per pound.
40e: dry short-wool pelts, per pound. 23
30c: salted long-wool lamb pelts, each, $2.50
tz3.60: salted sneep pe!ts. eacn. sdd; dry
sheep shearlings, each, 2530c; salted sheep
shearlings, eacn. ouoj .sc.
Potato Market Is Steady.
Tha local potato market waa quiet, steady
nd unchanged. Burbanks were quoted at
fi.outf?. according to condition, and Amer-
ITopa, Wool. Mohalrp Etc
HOPS Oregon. 101 S crop. 20c per pound.
MOHAIR Long staple. 60c; short staple,
40c: burry, 30c
CASCARA BARK New and old. 12 HO
13c per pound.
tallow No. 1, ISHo per sound: Na r.
12t-c per pound; grease. No. 1, 10c: No. 2,
9c pr pound.
GASOLINE; Bulk. 21e: englno distillate.
bulk. 12c: kerosene, bulk. 10c; cases, 20c,
LINSEED lli riaw. Darreis. l.3: eases.
$2.03: boiled, barrels, $1.95; cases, $2.05.
WOOL. Oregon. 3671c ner pound.
Coffee Market Is Nominal.
KBff YORK. Oct. 26. Rumors that an
effort would be made to liquidate the out
standing interest in futures on the basis of
$9.75 for all deliveries were not confirmed,
and no fresh development was reported in
the coffeo situation today. The spot market
waa quoted nominal on the basis of 10c for
Rio 7s and 15 Mc for Santos 4a
sparge Increase In Excess Beserre.
NEW YORK, Oct. 20. The actual condi
tion of clearing house banks and trust com
panies for the week shoa-s that they hold
$133,777,710 reserve tn excess of legal re
quirements. This is an Increase of $104,
134.550 from last week.
Columbia River Bar Report,
NORTH HEAD. Oct. 26. Condition of the
bar at 5 P. M. : Sea. choppy; wind, southeast,
4S miles; rain.
A U S1V1SSL
Bait & Ohio ...
Ilethlenem B . .
B ft S Copper..
Cties & Ohio
Chi M & St P. . 400
C R I 4 P ctfs. 500
Chlno Copper . . U00
Loo ru & iron
Corn Prod Relg. 1,900
ructuie steel. .
Cuba Cane Suff. 1.310
Lilstill Securities 2.40U
General Motors- 3.600
(It North pfd.. l.ioo
Gt Nor Ore ctfs 3.400
Inspir Copper .. 2.000
Int M M pfd .. 13.9O0
Inter Nickel ... l.loo
Inter Paper .... 000
Iv C Southern..
i.ouis et asn
Maxwell Motors SOO 34
Mexican Petrol. 35.SO0 175
Miami Copper .. 2"0 2S
Missouri l'aclfio 2.S00 20
N Y Central ... 3,100
N Y N H & H.. 500
Norf & West .. 400
Northern Paclf. I.loO
Pennsylvania .. 1,000
P.ay Consol Cop 300
Rep lr & Steel.. 2.200
Southern Paclf. 48.500
Southern Ry... 3.400
Studebaker Co.. 11.300
Texas Co 2.100
Union Pacific . . 4,200
U S Ind Alcohol 3.200
U S Steel 40.100
do pfd 600
Utah Copper ... 900
Wabash pfd B
Western Union. 200
Westing Electric 1.200
1.500 37 37
S ref 2s reg..98 IN P
do coupon ...'OS IN P 3s .....
U S 3s reg "3 Pac T T 5s
do coupon ...83 Pa con 4s..
U S 4s reg '106 8 P cv 4s...
dO COUpOn... -A"n U o Diet. .
Atch gen 4s.... 83 lb
D & R G ref 5s.
P cv 5s 103
Anglo-Fr .Is .... C4
peppers. 75c$l: chill, 7590c; tomatoea
75c&$15; lettuce, 75c$l; celery, 20
30c; potatoes, .rivers. $1.752.35; sweets.
t$4c; onions, Australian brown, $1.10fr
1.25; yellow, $1.752.00; garlic, 1516c;
cauliflower, 2540c: bsets. 75c$1.00; car
rots. 75C&S1.0O-; turnips. 75C&S1.00; rhu
barb, S0c$l; cabbage, llc; arti
chokes, $3.OO4.00; cucumbers, U0ctS$1.25.
string beans, 7Sc; lima beans, 79c; okra,
109 12c per pound.
Fruit Cantaloupes. Turlock. $1.00ffl.r5;
watermelons, llc; casabas, $1 1.50 per
doz.; honeydew melons. $1.50x1.75; lemons.
$S.509.00; grapefruit. Jo. 0086.00" oranges,
Valenclas, $1112; . bananas. Hawaiian.
7c; pineapples, $3.50; apples. Bellfleur, $1.25
1.60; Spitzenbergs, $1.752.25; Newtown
Pippins, $1.65&L75; peaches, nominal; pears,
$1.502.00; Bartletts. $2.503.00; figa
white. 75c$1.00; black, 0c$1.15: plums.
nominal; grapes, Tokays, Malagas, $1.25
1.75: Muscats. $1 756 2.50; Isabella, $1125;
persimmons, $ 1.25S 1.50: cranberries, fity
4.25; quinces, fllj n 1.50.
Receipts Flour, 2598 quarters; barley, 2170
centals; beans, 2075 sacks; potatoes, 3660
sacks; onions, 6512 sacks; hay 184 tons;
hides, 267; wine, 41,500 gallons.
LIVESTOCK MARKET WEAK
ALL PRICES HATE LOWER TEN
DENCY AT YARDS.
CORN PRICE HAS SETBACK
SExjIiIXG is caused by netvs of
Ran for Day Is Small and Trading
Quiet; For" Top Hogs $17.10
Is Now Going Price.
There was a small run of stock at the
yards yesterday and trading was quiet.
Prices were not changed for the day. but
the undertone .of the market was weak in
practically all lines. The top prise realized
on hogs waa $17.10. The cattle offered were
of medium quality.
Receipts were 148 cattle, 16 calves and
322 hogs. Shippers were:
With cattle H. R. Peacock, Murphy,
Idaho, three loads; Jack Fendel. Willamlna,
With mixed loads C. B. Lucke, Canby and
Molalla. three loads cattle, calves and hogs;
H. L. McFadden, Harrisburg, one load cattle.
calves and hogs.
The day's sales were as follows:
1166 $ 6 00!94 hogs. .
900 7.00 18 hogs. .
83S 4 50124 hogs..
905 5.00' 4 bogs..
952 3.00 38 hogs. .
830 4.25 32 hogs. .
772 3.50 97 hogs..
100 10.00117 hogs..
Prices current at the local yards are as
Good to choice steers....
Medium to good steers..
fair to medium steers ..
Common to fair steers . .
Choice cows and heifers 8.00 8.50
Med. to good cows and heifers. 6.00 m 7.2.1
Fair to med. cows and heifers. 5 .00 6.00
Canners 3.000 4.O0
Bulls 5.00 7.00
Prime mixed 17.25 (917.35
Medium mixed 16.8517.00
Rough heavies lo.2a15.35
Fair to medium Jambs ...
Foreign DeTelopments More Than
Offset Posting - of New Hog
Minlmums for November.
CHICAGO, Oct. 26. Reports that Turkey
had made an offer, which virtually amounted
to surrender, brought aDout a decided set
back today in the value of corn. The mar
ket closed heavy, lc to 2c net lower,
with November $1.25 to $1.25 and De
cember $1.20 to $1.20. Oats finished
c to lc down. The outcome in provis
ions was an advance ranging from 50c to
The posting of the new hog prices came
after the corn market had succumbed to the
bearish influence of tho news regarding
Oats weakened with corn.
Provisions went soaring on account of a
big lift given to minimum hog prices for
November. The greatest resulting advance
In provisions was 53 on the January delivery I
of pork. Topmost quotations of the day, j
though, were not maintained.
Leading futures ranged as follows: I
Open. High. Low. Cloye. t
Oct $1.32 $ $ $1.32
Nov. 1.2S 1.28 J.25 . 1.2.-, ,
Dec. 1.23 1.23 1.20 1.20
Oct. .71 .71 .70 .70
Nov. 71 .71 .fi'Hi .69 1
Dec 70 .70 .6S .6Sj. j
Grain at San Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 2a Flour, $11.20
Grain Wheat, Government price, $2.20
per bushel; barley, $2.23(2.30; oats, white
feed, nominal; corn, California yellow. $4.13.
Hay Wheat and wheat and oats, $262S:
tame oats, $25(27.50; barley. $22(24; al
falfa, $2225; barley straw, 5080c.
Heals Alf.ilfa. $36; cocoanut, nominal.
3 cows. . .
18 cows. . .
6 cows. . .
2 cows. . .
4 cows. . .
cows. . .
4 cows. . .
1 calf. ...
.$ 12.00U 12.50
. 11.00f 12.00
. .z&'( w.z
5. 75 '! 8
9.00 ft 10 04
6.50 9. 01
N Y C deb tis..: 97 U S Lib 3s.... 99.98
Mining Stocks at Boston.
BOSTON, Oct. 26. Closing quotations:
Allouez 4SIMohawk ....... 6714
Ariz Com 15;North Buue ...
Calu Ariz 69 Old Dominion .
Calu Hec!a...460 Osceola
Centennial 12 ISuperior . . .
Cop Range Con. 49:Sup 4 Boston..
East Butte Cop. 10!Shannon
Franklin 4 Utah Con
Isle Royalle ... 2IWInona
Lake Copper ... 6 (Wolverine
BIO DECREASE IN DISCOUNTED BILLS
Reduction of $170,000,000 Is Reported by
Federal Reserve uoara.
c-irTvcTriv nt 26. Discounted bills
secured by Government war obligations held
bv the Federal Reserve banks declined
$170,000,000 under last week s record, ana
the ratio or reserves . . . " -"-
w,rtm liah litlPS OTODDea A.O P -en l, ac
cording to the Federal Reserve Board s
weekly financial statement. Conditions ol
the 12 banks at the close of business last
night were snown as auuuw..
Gold in vault and in transit.... 87,79.000
Gold, settlement luno, reoti.1 -,,aTBnn
Reserve Board 41?-878'00
rjniH with foreign agents...... a.89,oou
Toial gold held by banks 798,184.000
Gold redemption fund
Shipments to the Leading- Markets of- the
State origins of livestock loaded October
Cattle Horses. Mxd.
calves Hogs Sheep mules stock.
Idaho 3 4
Oregon 3 7 1
Totals 6 11
One week ago.. 9 4
Four weeks ago. 6 3
One year ago. 4 ....
Idaho 4 6
Oregon 1 8
Washington ... 2
Totals 7 9
One week ago. 15 5
Four w'ks ago. 1 2
One year ago. 2 2
Idaho 6 1
Washington ... 8 2
One week ago.
Four w'ks ago.
One year ago.
Seattle livestock Market.
SHATTLB, Oct. 26. Hogs Receipts, 246.
Slow, barely steady. Prime light, $17.50
17.75; medium to choice, $17.2517.50; me
dium heavy, $16.25 16.75; rough, $15.25 (8
Cattle Receipts, 184. Weak. Best steers.
$11013; medium to choice, $10.5011; me
dium to good, SS ft 8.50; medium, $77.50;
bulls, $507.60; calves, $5 10.
Legal tender notes, silver, etc.. 53.307.000
Total reserves $2,098,160,000
Bills discounted, secured ",.,,
jail umcr . ' . u. o-J OiKl
Kills bought in open maia.,. "'""
Total bills on hand .$1,944,787,000
U. S. Govt, long-term securi
r r t" n.vi .hnrl.l.rm securi-
w iim nun wui
All otherearnlng assets -I-"""
Total earning assets A290,ijj,uou
11 ..... ..1 . .ma IdedUCL-from
. ... b on nnn
gross deposits - -
per cent redemption luna
against F. R. banknotes
All other resources
Total resources $5,270,795,000
Capital paid in
Due to members reserve acci.,
... v. . ri.nn.ua inciuaiiiK lur-
elgn government credits 117,001,000
Total gross deposits 2,5S0,b2o,000
Federal Reserve notes in actual
TayiatM i R.rv ba.nkenotefl in
circulation, net liability 68.8W.0O0
All other liubilitles 42,860.000
Total liabilities $5,270,795,000
Ratio of total reserves to net deposit ana
Federal Reserve note liabilities comDinea,
49.6 per cent.
Ratio Ol IfOia reserves XO r currai ncBero
otesjn actual circulation after setting aside
5 Der cent against net deposit liabilities.
9.6 per cent.
MONEY CONDITIONS IX $TRST TLACE
All Other Considerations Outweighed In
Week's Active Market.
NEW TORK. Oct. 26. Money condi
tions far outweighed all other considerations
in this week's very active stock market,
even the significant developments in the war
situation being subordinated.
Measure adopted by the local money com
mittee to restrict speculation and otherwise
conserve credits for the present and future
requirements of the Government were re
carded as a step In the right direction. The
enormous expansion of loans stressing the
need for such action.
Persistent peace talks, nelgntenea by events
of the week, has undoubtedly stimulated a
distinct revival of investment purchases, ap-
lying with especial force to rails ana in
dustrials of the class not identified with the
The inquiry lor rails naa its nasis largely
in the further satisfactory statements of
earnings and their more assured dividend
tutu. It is in low-pnceu transportation
that foreign interests has been most evident
Conditions in the more important lines or
industry have received a temporary set-back
as a result of the mziuenza epidemic but
ext weeks quarterly report or the united
t-tales Steel Corporation Is expected to show
earnings in keeping with the first half of the
year. Operations in roreign exenange nave
become so nominal as to lose much of their
former value as peace indices, but the rates
of neutral European countries again fav
ored this market.
SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE MARKET
Prices Current en Eggs, Vegetables, Fresh
Fruits, Etc., at Bay City.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 26. Butter, 010
Eggs Fresh extras. 86c; fresh extra pal
Cheese New firsts, 50c: Oregon, young
Poultry Large hens 36frS8c: yonnr roos
ters 3334c; fryers 33&35c; broilers 4c;
pieons S2.25, squabs S3.00t94.00; geese 5c;
turkeys, live, 34&36e
Vegetables Eggplant, 85c $1.15; bell
SAVANNAH, Ga.. Oct. 26. Turpentine
firm, 6262c; sales, 133; receipts, 100;
shipments, 27; stock, 30,143.
Rosin firm; sales, 665; receipts, 364; ship
ments, 100; stock, 66,158. Quote: B and ,
$14.30; IS and F, $14.35; G, $14.40; N,
14.55; I, $14.80: K, $15.10; M, $15.25;
N, $15.40; WO, $15.55; WW, $15.75.
NEW YORK, Oct. 26. Evaporated apples,
nominal; prunes strong; apricots firm;
peaches nominal; raisins firm.
HOE PRICES ESTABLISHED
PACKERS WILL BUT OX BASIS
OF $17.50 IX NOVEMBER.
Ability to Maintain Urice Will De
pend on Normal Marketing
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 25. The
conference between the livestock subcom
mittee of the Agricultural Advisory Board,
Including special members representing the
swine industry and the Feed Administra
tion, has after consideration of the present
situation of the pork and hog market
reached the following conclusions:
The entire marketing situation has so
changed since the September joint confer
ence as ,to necessitate the entire alteration
in the plans of price stabilization. The cur
rent peace talk has alarmed the holders of
corn, and there has been a price decline of
from 25 cents to 40 cents per bushel. This
decline has spread fear among swine grow
ers that a similar reduction in the prices
of hogs would naturally follow. In view of
these changed conditions, many swine pro
ducers anticipated lower prices, and as a
result rushed their hogs to market in large
numbers and this over-shipment has added
to and aggravated the decline.
With the return to peace, so far as It Is
possible to interpret this fact, it appears
that there should be even a stronger de
mand for pork products after the war and,
heretore, any aiarm ox nog producers as to
the effect of peace is unwarranted by the
As a result or negotiations on foreign or
ders, the following undertaking has been
given by the packers:
It is agreea tnai me parsers participating
In these orders will undertake not to pur
chase hogs for less than the following
agreea nunimui xur lob montn or XSovem
btr that-is, a dailv minimum o.f $17.50 per
hundred pounds on average of packers'
droves excluding throwouts. ihrowouts to be
defined aa pigs under 130 puunds. stags,
boars, thin sows and skips. Further, that
no hogs of any kind shall be bought, ex
cept throwouts, at less than $16.50 per hun
dred pounds, the average of packers'
droves to be construed as the average of the
total sales in the market of all hogs for a
given day. All the above to be based on
Chicago. The ability of the packers to carry
out this arrangement will depend on there
being a normal marketing of hogs based
upon the proportionate increase over the
receipts, of last year. The increase in pro
duction appears to be a maximum of about
15 per cent, and we can handle such an in
crease. If the producers of hogs should, as
they have in the past few weeks, premature
ly market hogs at such increasing numbers
over the above it is entirely beyond the
ability ol the pacKers to maintain these
minimums, and therefore we must have the
co-operation of the producer himself to
maintain these results."
SURVEY NEARLY FINISHED
Man Power of Local Shipyards to Be
Made Known Soon.
Details of a survey of shipbuilding
plants and allied industries conducted
the past week by Judge John H. Ste
venson, having in charge deferred clas
sification of ship workers, are nearly
completed, he reported yesterday, only
one yard remaining to piake known
While the check is being made as
to men now employed, a comparison
Is also made with previous periods. The
full statement wiH indicate the men as
segregated in each line of industry.
The information is sought by Wash
ington officials and covers all men
engaged, regardless of draft ages, me
survey in Oregon affects 13 wood ship
plants and four steel yards having
Government orders, and will include
men engaged In construction at other
plants as well. Besides the Federal
vessels, there are French contracts
handled by the Foundation Company
and private contracts under way at the
Columbia Engineering Works.
Rose City in Early Today.
LOADED I Weather conditions alone: the Coast
did not help the liner Rose City, Cap
tain Magenn, which docked at Astoria
after 6 o'clock last night and was due
to reach here early this morning. The
vessel got away from the Golden Gate
at noon Thursday.
Captain J. K. Bulger, supervising in
spector in California and Oregon, of the
United States Steamvessel Inspection
Service, was a passenger, bound here to
spend about two weeks on official bus!
ness. The vessel had a good list of
travelers and plenty of cargo, and it
is hoped to discharge the freight and
load Portland southbound consignments
so she can sail on schedule at 3 o clock
Tuesday afternoon. The Blandon, her
fleetmate, is due to get away from Ban
Francisco with a full cargo.
News of the death Friday of W. W. Don
aldson, manager of the Shipmasters As
sistants' Association, having to do with
watchmen. checkers and other routine
aboard ships In port, caused wine regret
alonr the waterfront. "Billy" Donaldson
as h was known, had been identified with
ahlDDlntr here for a number of years. Vhen
duty aboard tne ireignier wesiern
Scout, at Astoria a few days ago. he con
tracted a cold that developed into pneu
monla. His father, who was identified with
th fiAme business, died a few years ago.
ih line with their action October 12 and 19,
members ot the Boilermakers Union did
not work In shipyards yesterday afternoon,
continuing their weekly half holiday because
the Macy wage adjustment ooara aoes noi
announce its new schedule. The attitude of
the men had no effect at the plant of the
Willamette Iron & Steel Works, where
full force was reported laboring during the
Lumber laden for San Francisco, the
steamer Daisy Mathews got away irom
Rftinir vesterdav. .
Carrvin a full cargo or lumoer, tne
steamer Johan Poulsen departed from West
nort for the Golden Gate at noon yesterday.
Three Scotch marine boilers for delivery
at the Skinner & Eddy yard at Seattle will
be loaded at the plant of the Willamette
Iron & Steel Works today by tne steamer
To work more cargo, tne new steamer
xVaotom Sfmit unpratprt bv the Pacific
j Steamship Company, hauled across the har
bor from the elevator to (joiumma uock
No. 1 yesterday.
G. M. Standifer, head of the Standifer
Construction Corporation, has departed for
San Francisco on a brier business mission
Inspection of the new steamers Nupolela
and Barrington was completed yesterday by
United States steamvessel inspectors iua
wards and Wynn, who also caused the re
insoection of the ferry Queen, at The
Dalles. The last scrutiny of the steamer Sal
wr.11 H. Tn sHa fnTnnrrn w and that n hnn rd
the steamer West Kyska will be begun, while
Tuesday thev Nonoke will be given a final
Captain J. F. Blain, manager of steel ship
construction in the Northwest, spent Friday
here in shipyard inspections.
Telegrams from Newport, Or., yesterday
made known the death of Peter Nelson, first
mate of, the tug Gleaner, who was fatally
injured while oiling the towing machine.
The Gleaner had two barges in tow from
Astoria and on arrival at Newport her mas
ter reported the accident occurred Friday,
when on the way down the Coast. The de
ceased resided at Gardiner, where the body
Read The Oregonian classified ads.
DAILY CITY STATISTICS
GIBBON To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gib
bon, 070 East Thirty-fourth, October 14,
CULBERTSON To Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
A. Culbertson, 1664 Stephen, October 16,
ISENSEE To Mr, and Mrs. Barnard Isen-
see. '243 Mill, October 14, a son.
WOOID To Mr. and Mrs. Caspar E. Wood,
349 East Fifty-first, October 18. a son.
GREEN To Mr, and Mrs. R. P. Green, 501
East Thirteenth. October 21, a daughter.
COLPART To Mr. and Mrs. A. .7. Col
part, Lents, Or., October 20, a daughter. '
SAGAR To Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Sagar,
Kerry. Or., October ltf. a son.
BARTLETT To Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Bart
lett, Poitland. Or., October 20. a daughter.
NAVARRA To Mr. and Mrs. Samuel
Navarra, 64 Clinton, October 22. a son.
HJELKREM To Mr. and Mrs. C. HJel
krem, 461 Baldwin, October 2o, a son.
CARTER To Mr. and Mrs. J. Carter. 647
Clatsopi October 18, a daughter.
LONGHI-STUCKLE John N. Longhi, le
gal, 904 Overton street, and Lena B. Stuckle,
legal, same address.
CONSER-LAWREXCE Ray H. Conser. 22.
Camp Lewis, and Eva M. Lawrence, 20, 5003
Fiftv-sixth avenue Southeast. !
BANCROFT-HALE John W. Bancroft,
27, Vancouver Barracks, and Edith C. Hale,
lUBi n.ast Aiuer BLreeu
LELEO-MOORE David Leleo, 46. 373
Taylor street, and Alice Moore, 40, same
FL1ER-INMAN George S. Flier, 20. 6503
Eighty-second street Southeast, and Ivy In
man, 19, 524 Syracuse street.
ARTHUR-McDOUGALL Leonard M. Ar
thur, legal, 750 Syracuse street, and Alice
F. McDougall, legal, 387 H East Burside.
Vancouver Marriage Licenses.
McCLAIN-BRADBURN Harry G. Mc
Clain, 30, of Portland, and Mrs. Julia Brad
burn, 32, of Portland.
BLT-PERKINS Elmer A. Bly, legal, of
Portland, and Mrs. Bertha L. Perkins, legal,
ROBINSON-ROBERTSON E d w a rd S.
Robinson, 21, of Salem, Or., and Opal B.
Robertson, 20, of Vancouver, Wash.
Two Yery Choice Offerings of Municipal Bonds ,
Yielding 5 and 7 .
City of Portland,
Dated October 1st, 1918 Due October 1st, 1923
Optional October 1, 1921,
Principal and semi-annual interest payable at the office
of the City Treasurer, Portland, Oregon, or upon pre
sentation at the office of Morris Brothers, Inc., Portland,
Estimated to Mature October 1st, 1923
PRICE TO YIELD FIVE PER CENT (5)
Exempt from all Federal Income Taxes.
Greater Winnipeg Water District
Price to Yield Seven (7) Per Cent
Dated June 1, 1918 Due June 1, 1923
Principal and interest payable in gold
at Bank of Montreal in New York City.
Coupon Bonds in Denominations of
S100, S500 and $1000
Legality approved by
Messrs. Malone, Malone & Long, Attorneys.
Assessed Valuation $266,492,739
Net Bonded Debt $9,013,285
These bonds are a direct tax obligation of the
Greater Winnipeg Water District.
Bonded Debt less than four (4) per cent of the assessed
Exempt from all Dominion Government Taxation
. The Premier Municipal Bond Houe of Oregon
Established Over Twenty-Five Tears
Morris Building 309-311 Stark Street
Telephone Bdwr. 2151
New Issue Short Term
The direct tax obligation of a prosperous, industrial city of 15,000 population
Price to yield over
Five-ye?.r 6. bonds at 96 to yield over 7
Fall details on application. Call or phone B'tray 851.
LUMBERMENS TRUST COMPANY
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $600,000
Trrx?E-JAN'KEN John Dodee, 3T. of
Portland, and' Mrs. Freida Janzen. 35, of
nODOE-JANZEN John Dodge. 37, of
Portland, and Jessie J. Phillips. i. of Port-
CRISP-SADLER George R. Crisp, 31, of
Portland, and Ethel Sadler, 22, of Portland.
G4.RDENEK-SHOUP David S. Gardiner.
36, of Denver, Colo., and Rose Shoup, 22, of
Colorado Springs. Colo.
PLUNKETT-KEAT1NG Thomas Plunk-
ett. 38 of Portland, and Mis. Lyaia neat-
inir. legal, of Portland. ,
ROACH-ROVER James R. Roach, 26, of
Bozeman, Mont, and Rachel M. Royer. 19,
fGAHa"M-HILDRETH James R. Graham.
37 of Portland, and Edna L. Hildreth. 36, of
PJOHXSON-BECKSTROM Gerhard John
son, 33, of Vancouver, and Mrs. Hilda Beck-
P. 'Sills. SO, of
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