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About Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 24, 1914)
TTTtt uroTjxTxrc onrcnoxTANi Tuesday, ?fOVE3niEii 24, 1914.
Strong Demand on Local Ex
change, but Few Sellers.
BUYERS FREELY BIO $32.50
Twenty Thousand Bushels of Jan
uary tlub Boilgtit at Half Cent
Over Saturday's Prlceboast
Barley Markets Firm.
'Oats were ttraln "the strongest feature of
the grain market, and 332.S0 xu bid for
any Quantity of May delivery at tno 'noon
esslon of the Merchants' Exchange. Only
one lot of 100 tons was available at this
flfeure. however. for prompt delivery
S29.S0 was bid with no sellers.
The exnort Uemand for oats Is likely to
tteot the market firm as Ions as the supply
lasts. The British steamer tbwther Range
has sailed with 3500 ton's of bats for Eng
land, the ben of Airllo took out COO tons;
and 100 tons was on the St. Hugo.
Th barley market Is also firm. In Cali
fornia there Is a sharD foreign demand and
export Inquiries have also been received
fiere. but at current prices European busi
ness Is not yet possible In the Northwest.
The call for January club was the fea
ture of trading In the wheat market. Four
6000-bushel lots Were sold at $1 16, kh ad
vance of half a cent over Saturday's price
for this delivery, bids for prompt wheat of
mil kinds were half a cent lower than on
Ijocal receipts. In cars, were reported by
the Merchants' Exchange as follows:
Wheat. Barley. Hour. Oats. Hay.
Monday. 114 16 10. 13 v 8
Year ago.... 101 ,9 27 T- .19
Beacon to date P456 803 ll3 1164 8D
Year ae o. .;. . 8074 1SS7 '110o, 940 1309
The October number and the Supple
ment of the Bulletin 'of Agricultural and
Commercial Statistics issued by the inter
national Institute of Agriculture publishes
new preliminary data on the cropb In the
Northern Hemisphere for the harvest year
As regards cereals, hew data 'of particular
Importance are thoso for the crops in Prus
sia. Houmanla and Russia In Asia. In Prus.
siu the production of wheat is estimated at
25.017.640 oulntals or. 83 per cent ot that in
1913. of barley at 17.7W.80 (81.2 per cent!,
and of oats ot 69.400.4oO (9U.7 per cent). In
Houmanla the production ot wheat is esti
mated at 12.605.000 quintals (55.3 per cent
of that in 1913). of barley at 5.108,000 quin
tals S4.9 per cent) and of cat at 3,402.000
quintals (63.9 per ccr.t. In Russia In Asia
(10 governments) the production of wheat is
estimated at 32.924.75 quintals (87.7 per
cent of that in 1013). of rye at 7,602,621
oulntals (103.1 per cent) and of oats at 17,
627.002 quintals (90.6 per cent).
Besides other additions of minor import
ance and some modifications of the data
previously published, the following wheal
total is now Eiven: The production is esti
mated at 740,568,419 quintals or 91.2 per
cent of that In 1013 for the following group
of countries: Prussia, Hungary, Belgium,
lenmark. Spain. Great Britain and Ireland,
Italy. Luxemburg, Netherlands, ftoumania,
Russia in Europe. Switzerland; Canada,
United States-. India. Japan: Algeria (de
partment of Constantino) and Tunis.
COAST. HOP MARKET HOLDING STKADx"
Heavy Business bone In California, at
The week opened with a quieter hop mar
ket, but prices were on a steady basis. The
Schmidt crop of 1S6 bales at Aurora was
longht by H. L. Hart at 11 cents.
In California, buying has been heavy, ac
cording to advices received by dealers. The
t'hlmanns purchased 750 bales of Sacra
mentos at IV, and 8. cents. Flannagan
Faust sold 822 bales of Sacramentos at 7 !
cents. Sales of Sonomas included the crop
of J. C Williams. 201 bales, to Ballard &
Hunt at 10 cents; Sanford Bros'-, crop of
S50 bales at 9 cents and other lots at 8H
to Oh cents.
Imports of hops In September, according
to official statistics, were 24,842 pounds,
compared with 98,092 pounds In the same
month last year. Exports were 4 S3, 986
pounds, compared with 2.8BT.14S pounds
last year; total imports' at New York up to
November 1 were 2447 bales.
London hon dealers' circulars, dated No
vember 2 to 4. say:
Cattley. Grldley & Co. A very consider
able business continues to be done, prin
cipally In the best hops now obtainable.
The increasing scarcity pf strictly choice
lias drawn medium hops more Into prom
inence, and these having reached fair rel
ative values a good business has passed.
General currency remains unchanged. Pa
cific Coast hops are offered for delivery, but
at prices which do not compare favorably
with the E-ngllsh growth, and the quality
of the samoles to hand confirms the opin
ion that their crops are on the whole con
siderably inferior to last year,
Wild. Neame & Co. A fair Inquiry con
tinues for the best hops at firm rates; gen
eral trade In medium grades Is alow at
slightly easier values.
Thornton ft Manger Trade is slow, buy
er not being ready for the Serviceable me
dium sorts, and choice descriptions are
scarce. Growers generally are hot eagsr
sellers at prevailing prices.
"W. H. & H. Le May There Is no altera
tion to note on this market; the genera!
trade continues aulet. Choice colored hops
are still In reauest.
Hanger & Henley The general trade 1
low. but a steady inquiry continues for
choice Goldlngs. which are very scarce.
Worcester There was a great falling off
in the attendance at the local market oil
Saturday. Many growers have disposed of
their hops, and others, having sold part, are
not offering at all. in the hope ot better
prices later on. A good trade continues t
be done in all grades, but choicest hops are
scarce. Prices keep very firm; 2083 pockets
weighed last week.
VISIBLE SUPPLY INCREASE LARGE
pearly Two Million Bushels Added to the
The weekly wheat statistics of the Mer
chants' Exchange show the following changes
In the American visible supply:
, Bushels. Increase;
Xovember 23, 1014 75,304,000 1 9'2 0o6
November, 24. 1013 30.732,000' 1 23o'0'JU
November 25, 1912 SS.300,ooe 3 3 js'ooo
November 27, 1911 6S.SSS9.000 l'44(j'oOO
November 2S, 1910 42.4S3.OuO S34 OO0
November 20, 1009. . . : ;20,415,00a i,7S8 000
November SO, lOOS 4S, 073, 000 2 4s'oiK
December 2, 1007 43.4Y7.0OO 1.523 000
December 3, 1900 41.557.000 ss 000
December 4, 1003 30,043,000 1,632,000
Quantities on passage increased i,222,66o
bushels during the week. In corresponding
week in former years quantities on pas
Week ending Week ending
Nov. 22, '13 Nov. 23, '12
For Bujhels Bushels
united Kingdom 12.502,000 21.12u 000
Continent 20,400.000 lS.SSS 000
Totals 32,092,000 80,976,000
v orid shipments of wheat; flour Included,
trom countries reporting compare;
Week Weak Week
ending ending ending
From Nov: 21. Nov. 14. Nov 22-13
V Canada. 8,377.000 10.2S7.00O 6,140.000
Argentina S0.000 ; 836,000
India 829,000 616,000
World shipments last season up to this
. . . Bushels.
united btates and Canada .122.700,000
Argentina 10,505, (W0
Danube iti 16.332. 000
Russia i ...Si . 71.io4.00O
Aiiuxa. ti.li;...:. 23.b22.000
Holiday Trade la Vegetables.
There was a rood holiday trade on Front
Street, particularly In vegetable lines. The
steamer brought a quantity ol eggplant.
Sprouts, articlfokes. cauliflower and lima
A car Of haVel oranges was received and
put on sale at last week's price; A single
car of bananas also arrived.
A shipment of black walnuts and hickory
nuts was received 'from the East.
TTEKEY SUPPLIES CLEAN" IP WELL
Market is Steadr With het Stock Bringrtas
26 6 21 Cents.
Turkey receipts were large yesterday, but
did not come nr) to the expectations of some
of the dealers.,. There was good buying
throughout the day and as a result the mar
ket held steady. Choice birds sold at 20
21c. ordinary turkeys at IS 19c and culls
at 1517c. The proportion of No. 1 stock
was about "the same as in former years.
Additional shipments were due last night
and more will be In today. The course of
the market Will depend on the size of thest
Dressed poultry of other kinds came in the
usual Quantity. Dressed ducks sold at 16c
and dressed geese at 14 16c.
There was also a good demand for live
poultry arid Saturday's nrices were repeated;
There were no changes in dressed meats,
eggs or dairy produce.
. Bank i'learinirs.
Bank cleaHnrs of the Northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
Portland t2.504.3SU $207,310
Seattle 2,073,399 210.552
Tacoma .....-....:: S52.0:2 64.508
Spokane ,. 641,673 32.64T
PORl I A5B MARKET ' QUOTATIONS
tflralh, Floor, Feed, Etc
Merchants' Exchange noon session:
- Wheat Bid.
Red Russian ;;.;.:..:;..;
No. 1 white feed
No. 1 feed . . . : ;..:;.
Bran . -. ;
December Fortyfold ...;..
December club ......
January. club :...j.
February club . ...... : : ; :
December red Russian...;
January red .Russian
December red Fife........
May oats . 32.00
December feed barley . ; : : ; 24.75
December bran 23.0)
January bran .23.25
."'000 bushels January club 1.16
5000 buslels January cluft i 1.16
5000 bushels January club ........... . 1.10
500O bushels January club ,1.16
10O tons Mav oats S2.S0
100. tons bran ;;....;...:.. 23.00
MILLFEED-Spot prices: Bran. $2424.30
per. ton: shorts; $26.28.50; rolled barley.
FLOUR Patents, 36.00 per barrel:
straights, $5.00; graham, $5.60; whole wheal
CORN Whole; $36 per ton; cracked, $37
HAY - Eastern Oregon timothy, 315
15.50; grain hay, fioc? 11; alfalfa; $13.504j
14; Valley timothy. $13 5i14.
Dairy and Country Produce.
Loral Jobbing quotations:
EGGS Fresh Oregon ranch, case count.
40c; candled, 42c; storage, 27H0c; fresh.
POULTRY Hens. 13c; Springs, 13c; inr
keys. ordinary 18lc. culls 1317c, lie
J7fflSc, dressed, (choice) 2021e; ducks,
lOii 14c: geese, low 12c.
BUTTER Creamery, prints; extras; 84 e
per pound in case lots; c more in less
than case lots; cubes. 81c.
CHEESE: Oregon triplets, jobbers' juyiha
price, 15c per pound f. . o. b. dock Port
land; Young Americas; 15c per pound.
VEAL Fancy, 11 12c per. pound;
PORK Block. 10c per pound.
Fruits and Vegetables. .
Local jobbing quotations:
TROPICAL FRUITS Oranges, navels.
$3 per box; Valencia. $3.238.S0 per box;
Japanese, per box, $1.25 1.50; lemons, $3.50
e.50 per box; bananas, 44c per pound;
grapefruit, $3.754; pineapples, 7 cents per
VEGETABLES Cucumbers, 5070c per
doz.; eggplant, 7c pound; peppers, 67
per pound; artichokes. 90c per dozen; toma
toes, 60c $1 per crate; cabbage, lc per
pound; peas; loe per pound; beans, 6 9 7c
per pound: celery, &0&75c per dozen; cauli
flower, 40?5c per dozen; sprouts, 8e per
pound; head lettuce, $1.85(3 2 per crate;
pumpkins, lc per pound; squash, 10 per
GREEN FRUITS Apples. 65c$l.B0 per
box; casabas, lfcc per pound; pears. $101.23
grapes. T5c(j)$1.76 per crate; cranberries, (8
Wtf per barrel.
POTATOES Oregon. 7585c per saek:
Idaho. 85c: Yakima. 85csil: sweet po
tatoes, 2c per pound.
usiu.NS Yellow, 8590c ptr sack.
Local 3obblng quotations:
SALMON Columbia River one-pound
talis. $ J . 3 0 per dozen: half-oounrt flats.
$1.50; one-pound flats, $2.05; Alaska pink,
one-pound tails, $1.05.
HONEY-Cholee. $3.25 per case.
NUTS Walnuts. 15(fi!24c ner bound:
Brazil nuts. 15c; filberts, 1524c; almonds,
2324c; peanuts. 6tc; cocoanuts, $1 per
dozan; pecans, 19 20c.
BEANS Small white. $5.15: large white.
5c: Lima, 53ar?6Vtc; pink, 4.80c; Mexlcar.
6c; bayou, 5.03c. ,
COFFEE Roasted, lh drums. 183Se.
SUGAR Fruit and berry, $5.0; beet.
$5.70: extra C, $5.40; powdered. In barrels.
SALT Granulated. $15.50 per ton;' half
ground. 100, $10.75 per ton: 60s, $11.80 per
ton; dairy, $14 per ton.
RICE Southern head, 148c; broken.
DRIED FRUITS Apples, 8c. per pound;
apricots, lS15c; peaches, 8c; prunes,
Italians, 899c; raisins, loose Muscatels, 8c;
unbleached Sultanas. 7c: seeded. 814c;
dates; Perslam 77c per pound; fard,
(1.40 per box; currants, 12o.
Hops, Wool, Hides, fctc.
HOPS 1914 crop, 8llc; 191S crop, nom
inal; HIDE? Salted hlries, 13c per pound; salt
. kip. ISc; salted calf. 18c per pound; salt
dry hides, 24c: dry calf, 26c; salted bulls,
10c per pound; green bulls. 8c
, WOOL Valley, 17 18c; Eastern Oregon.
MOHAIR 1914 clip. 27e per pound.
CASCARA BARK Old and new, 4c per
PELTS Dry, i6llc; dry short wool. 7
8c; dry shearllngSi 10 15c each; green
shearlings; 15(g-5c each; Spring larhba, $4
25c; green pelts. October, 6070c; Novem
ber, 70 80c
HAMS Ten to 12 pounds, 1920c; 14
to 18 pounds, 1920c; skinned, 17 40
21c: picnic. 14c.
.BACON Fancy, 2830c; standaiTL 2S0
28c . .
DRT SALT CURED Short clear -backs-1417c'
exports. 1617ei plates, ll(J13a
LARD Tierce basis: Pure, 1214c;
compound, 95. -
KEROSENE Water white, drams, bar
rels or tank wagon; 10c; special drums or
barrels; 13c; cases, ltS3c;
GASOLINE Bulk, 13c; cases, 0c; englDe
distillate, drums. 7c; cases, 14 e; napth'a.
drums. l2c. cases, ISc.
LINSEED OIL Raw, barrels. 55c; raw.
c&fies; 60c; boiled barrels 67c; boiled, cases.
2e. . .
TURPENTINE In tanks, 0et In cases;
67c; IB-case lots, lc less.
SAS FRANCISCO PRODUCE MARKET
Prices Quoted at the Bay City on Fruits,
. BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 23. Fruit Pine
apples, laab California lemons, n :.,
( 4; apples, Bellflowers, 30 60c; Oregon
ewiunno; nutsfli.is; oanauss. $1.2bO.U,
Mexican limes. 50f3C5c.
Vegetables Cucumbers, . 85940c; string
Deans, office; eegpiant, ZD 3; sue; tomatoes,
Eggs Fancy ranch, 46c; pullets, 36c;
Egss Fancy ranch; 40c; pullets, 36c
Onions Yellow, 65(&R5c.
Cheese-Sloans America islc; hew
10fl6c; Oregon, 14e; Young America, 16c
Butter iancy creamery; 33c; seconds.
Potatoes Delta Burbanks, per sack, $0c
$1 ; sweets. $1. 4001.65 per1 sack: a.iin
Burbanks; $1.401.50: Alvarado. tl.l&iaiso
Receipts Flour. 10.298 quarter sacks; bar
ley, 7215 centals; potatoes, 7278 sacks; hay,
v Hops at London.
LIVERPOOL, Nov. 23. Hops
Pacific Coast, 3 6 4.
HOGS Oil LOWER
Over 5000 Head Are Received
at Local Yards.
BUYING ON LARGE SCALE
Best Light brades Moved At $T;40
and $7.45 Cattle and Sheep
Are Fir hi liay's Knn
Jf early 10 0 Carload.
The local hr-g market was lop-heavy yes
terday, over 5000 head arriving, and prices
dropped 10 cents; Other lines were steady
to firm. The day's run was large, even tor
Monday, 07 cars .being unloaded- . .
Bujers topk hold actively in the hog di
vision at the lower scale of brlces. and over
40 loads were disposed of. Choice light tros
sold at $7.40 to $7.45 and smooth heavy
hogs around $6.40 ...
The rattle demand was also strong. About
1 S. Inari, r, Dt.rr, rhnncAri Hnnri tH bulk
Of sales being at $7,20 to $7.45. CowS Sold
mostly at $3.75 to $6, and heifers brought
$6. and $0.15.
The recent scarcity of Sheep and lambs
made for a good market in these lines.
Kwes were sold at $.. and lambs brought
$6.75 off cars Receipts were 773 cattlO, i
calves, 5157 hogs and 1233 sheep. Shippers
With cattle M. I. Yates. Pendleton, i
Car; W. W. Cooper Union Junction. 1 car?
L. H. Fatten Payette, 1 car; George B. Nes
bit, Payette, car; Frank Drake, Idaho
rails, 5 cars; .Farmers Commission Com
pany. Stansfield. 3 cars: George S. Clapp.
Cottonwood. 1 car; J. W. Chandler, Baker.
4 cars; T. J. Brown, Baker, 2 cars; T. J.
Brown, Baker.. 8 -cars. .
v ttn nogs jviaaie nros.-f union junction,
car: Joe Hodson: Weatoni 1 cart W. B.
Jones, Lebanon, 1 car; F. L. Baggs, Wh It
Co in b, 1 car; C J; Donnelly, Weiser, 2 cars;
W. H, Eccles, Weiser, 1 car: W. S. Durkin,
Weiser. 1 car: E. Witglns. Weiser. 1 car; J..
A. Adamson, Weiser, 1 car; R. S, Eckard, 1
oar; W. W. Tongue, Weiser 1 car; Ruther-
rd Bros.. Trogan. 1 car: Nears & Teats
Nyssa, 3 cars; R. E. Weaut. Vale. 1 car; J.
D. Dinsmore, West Scio, 1 car; W. Allen,
weiser. 1 car: Lvdston & ADDieKate. Weiser.
3 cars; C Llnder. Weiser, 1 car; Sanitary
Moat Market; Enterprise, 1 mr; ttoy
Rhodes. Kntevorise. 1 car: Elirlri Forward
ing Company. Lostine, 1 car; same, Wallowa;
2 cars; W . B. Hunter, Lostine, 1 car; J. VV.
handler. La Grande. 1 car: W. C Taylnr,
Wallowa, 1 car- Tom JohnsonL Union Junc
tion. 1 car: Ed Barnes. Enterprise. 1 car:
George Dukek, . Condon, 1 car; R. H.
Sthomp, Condon, i car; R. R. Walker, Shedd,
1 car; Arlington Lumber Company, Rock
Creek, 1 car; Fletcher Bros., The Dalles. 1
With mixed loads Ed V.Ball. Ontario.
3 cars cattle and hogs; T. G. Kopplin,
Plainview. 1 car cattle, halves, hoes and
sheep; M. Olson, Payette, 8 cars, cattle and
hogs; C. E. Lucke, Canby, 4 cars hogs
and sheep; Weiser Meat Company, Weiser,
cars cattle and nogs; Hoskins & Kand.
Weiser. 4 caris cattle and hoes; T. H. More-
lock, Enterprise, 1 car hogs and sheep; El
gin Forwarding Comnan;', Joseph, 6 cars
hogs and sheep; J. G. Van Meter, Grass
Valley. 1 car hogs end sheep.
ine day s sales were as follows
. : J04
. . 106
. . 400
. . 110
. . S30
. . 198
. . 104
. . 231
. ; 245
. .. 141
. . 9S3
. .. 701
15. 4 J
1 hog .
7.45! 50 hoes
T.40j 10 hoKs
6 40) 04 hogs
1 -. 1
, 4 hogs
. -. 8S0
. . 171
. . 803
. . 101
. . 174
. . 213
, . . 200
, . . 1 85
. .. 104
. . 70
. . .1300
; . 1225
, . .1116
. . .1240
D. I O
7. t0 04 hogs
B.83I 85 hoirs
4.75i. - 8 hogs
5.751 91 hogs
4.63; 4 hogs
S.uOj SO hogs
7.20 6 hogs
B.75 45 hogs
4.50, PS hogs
4.00; 78 hogs
8.00 2S ster
21 steers .1002
4 heifers . CS0
1 steer " . .1100
23 steers .1182
25 cows . .10S5
1 bull . . .1770
3 bulls ..1203
1 heifer .1070
170 7. 40' 2 steers
203 7.451 27 steers
400 B.45I 27 steers
ISO 7.45 ss hogs
230 7.45 123 ewns
1!8 7.40:i41 lambs
203 6 45 27 Steers
109 6.75! 23 steers
200 V.35 1 steer
161 7.30 1 steer
175 7.83 1 steer
J 31 9.101 24 steers
7.451 63 steers
7.451 1 bull .
8.45 4 cows
7.40! 11 cows
7.40! 11 cow
7.401 2 cow
7.331 1 stag
Current Prices of the varlmi nIftMi nr
siot-K at ine yaras xoiiow:
Prime steers -
. .$7.0037 .frs
. . 6.30o 6.73
. . 6. 23 8 SO
Choice steers ..;...........
Medium steers -.
I'hoire cows ...;.......;...
. . 5. 75 S 8.25
Medium cows . .
Heifers ..." ...j
. . 3.25 5J 6.2:!
. . 3.00(8:4.75
. . 4.50 6.00
Heavy e.00 0 6.4a
Wethers ...; 4.00W5.60
Lambs . . . 8.004; 6-CO
Omaha Livestock Market.
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb.. Nov. 3. Hogs
Receipts. 5000: market, higher. Heavy, $7 45
ST. 85; light. $7.60S7.83: pigs, $8.507.25
bulk of sales, $7.5087.60.
Cattle Receipts. 8600; market, lower, "fa.
tive steers. $8,50 410; native cows and heif
ers. S5.5OCS7.40: Western steers. tti(g)8.nfl.
Jeias steers. I5.75OT.10: Texas cows and
heifers. $5.23 7: canners, $4.50 3.25: calves
Sheen Receipts. .8500: market; steady.
Yearlings. S6.S0S7.40; wethers. $3.50B8.2O
Chicago Livestock Market.
rHTPAliO V rt -J II .. t. 1 -. . -a -
000; market, strong; mostly 10c hlVher.
Bulk of sales. S7.857.60: light. $7a7.60"
mixed. $7.23687.75; heavy, $7.l04tT.7O; rough
$7.1037.-3; pigs. $4.f.06."
Cattle Receipts. 10.U00; market, steady
- - .....,.. .rc , c.-i, i.o iv.ou;
steers. S5.40: cows. and heifers. $3,709
Sheeu Reeelnl I ti,n i. -.
Sheep. S5.40(ij 6.10: yearlings. S8.33lS7.aO:
BLACK RUST IS FEARED
HARVEST NEWS FROM ARGENT! JiA
LIFTS WHEAT PRICE.
Seaboard Exporters Strong; tor Cask
Grain Chleags Market to
CHICAGO, Nov. 23. Fear of black rust
In Argentina caused wheat to rally sharply
In the last half hour of today's session.
Prices, after having been heavy most of
the time, closed strong, o to c net
higher. Other leading staples all finished
at a loss, compared with Saturday night;
corn c to. c, oats c to 33c and
provisions 5 to 15c.
Harvest advices from Argentina had been
at first decidedly against the bulls. The
ensuing upturn in prices here was accom
panied by admissions that seaboard ex
porters were after cash wheat in large
amounts and had taken 1.000,000 bushels
in . Chicago alone.
Official announcement that the 1014 wheat
crop in Kansas was the largest ever raised
by that state had a good deal td do with
depressing the market early. The bears
also had the advantage of an Increase ot
1.912,000 bushels In the visible supply, as
against .a falling off of 1,230,00 bushels
a year ago.
Elevator Belling made the corn market
Oars suffered from the closing out of
spreads between corn and oats; the latter
Provisions weakened under selling by
pickers, who took advaataca aa early
upturn, duo to higher prtces for hogs. It
was said more libera receipts at the yards
here, were expected later in the week.
The leading futures ranged as follows:
Open. Hish: Low. Close.
Dec $1-14S $1.15 $1.14H $1.15
May 1.20 1.21 1.20 in L21
Pec. .85H J63T, .65 .8574
May .70 .70 . .7054
Dec 50 .60 .4 . .49T
May ; .53 3 .63 .53
Jan. .- 18.62 18.62 18.50 18.55
May 10.40 19.12 18.85 18.07
Jan. .;.... lO.iB 10.13 10.00 10.00
May ......10.2754 . .; ;. 10.22ft
SHORT RIBS. , ;
Jan. 9.95 9.95 9 90 8.92
May ...10.10 10.30 10.20. 10.22
Cash prices were as follows:
Wheat,. So. i red. $1.14 "A w 1.16 : tos 2
hard-, $1.14 Ti 1.16.
Cora, No. 2 yellow, 71(i?71c; new, 604
66e; No. 3 yellow. ?l371c: new. 63
Rye, N6-. 2. $1.06 1.07.
Clover, $10 14.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
5H7TNEAPOL1S. Nov. 23. Wheat. Decem
ber.. Sl.14;. May.. $1.19; No. 1 hard.
l.J'J; No. 1 Northern, $1.16 Wl.18 ; No.
Barley 5.7 a t8 .cent's..
Flax, $1.43 sj)1.48.
Edropesan Grain Markets.
LONDTJN. Nov. ZS.--CarEoe on sassake
dull-, 3d lower.
r ll'L'BnrtAT .. n . , , . v. .
, i-uv. i. v neat, uecemosr,
5s 8d. "Corn, December, SS Sd; January, 5s
San Francisco Grain Market.
BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 23. Spot quota
tions: Walla Walla. $1.91 U 1.93 ; red Rus
sian, $1.90 1.01 ; Turkey red, $1.0301.97 ;
bluestem, $1.97 2; feed barley. $1.20 m
i.z; wnue .oats, si.oz w, bran sa
Oo. ou; middlings, xauiti; snorts, $Z5CZtt.
Call board Wheat firm. No trading. Bar
ley steady. December, $1.25; May, $1.85;
Pnget Pound Grain Market.
PEATTLE, Nov. 23, . Wheat Blue-
stem. $1.16; Turkey red. $1.13: fortyfold,
$1.16; Hub", $1.18; Fife, $1.11; red Rus
parley $24.50 per ton. ..
Yestlrdav ear recelots Wheat t1. par
ley 21; hay ll. flour. 18.
TACOMA. Nov. 23. Wheat Bldestem.
$1.15: fortyfold. $1.14: club. $1.11: Fife.
tar receipts Wheat 57, hay s. -
BAvXnSAh. Ga f.-oV. 2S.'-Turpehtlne
firm, 44 c. Sales, 413 barrels: receipts, 295
Darreis; shipments, 230 barrels; stocks, 32.
RoHln firm. Bales. 286 barrels; receipts.
1230 barrels; shipments. 609 barrels; stocks,
121,924 barren. Quote: A. B, C, D, ,E, $3.43;
G. $3.47; H. $3.50"; 1, $3.70: R. $4.15; M.
$4.76; N, $5.45; WG. $5.70; WW, $5.95.
Dried Fruit at Neir Tork.
NEW YORK, Nor. 23. Evaporated ap
ples steady. Fancy, 77c; choice, 6ajl
6c; prime, 6(5c.
Prunes 'firm. California's, 8Be; Dra
gons, 8 11c.
Peaches qnle't. Choice; , 6e; extra
choice, 6H6?lc; fdncy, 77c.
tTop"; Etc., at New fork.
NEW YORK, Nov. 23. Hops Steady. Stat
common to cnoice, 1314. 23a29c; Pacific
Coast; 1914, llQUc; 1913, 9(llc.
Hides steady. Central America, 28c
Wool tjteady. Domestic fleece XX Ohio.
Chicago Dairy ProdttceV
CHICAGO, Nov. 28. Butter Higher.
Eggs Steady. Receipts. CSll cases, at
"ioi . mtiuucu, c ; orainary
Orsts. zij3'2Sc; firsts, 2930c.
Duluth Linseed Market.
DULUTH, Nov. 8. Linseed, cash, $1.61:
December; $1.46; May, $L50.
(JE'W' YORK; Nov. 23. Lead quiet, B.S0
iEW YORK. Nov. 23. Cotton Spot quiet
Middling. 7.73. v
BEEF SHIPPED TO MARKET
Cattlemen In Ironside Country Keep
Much Stock ton Range.
mONSIDE, Or., Nov. 23.; Cattle are
still on the range, with but few In pas
ture. Many carloads of beef . stock
have been shipped recently to the Port
land market. Some apprehension is
felt among eattlemen here lest the
toot and mouth disease, teported In
Idaho, finds Its way over the line.
. Kutnerrord Bros., bf Ironside, and
Emery Cole, of Brogan. will shio A few
carloads of hogs to Portland next week.
W. J. Hinton, merchant; Is buying tip
turkeys for the Thanksgiving market
in Fortland, shipping quantities this
. Mrs. James Woodcock shipped over
iuu inuian ttunner aucks, also geese
ana cnicnens, to maker f rlday.
DAILY METEOROLOGICAL REPORT.
PORTLAND, Or.; Nov. 23. Maximum
temperature, BB degrees; minimum temper-
aiuio, 11.4. ucBreea. xtiver reaaing, h a. M.
4.2 feet. . Change In last 24 hours, 0.1 feet
rise. Total rainfall (5 P. M. to 5 P. M )
none. Total rainfall since September 1.
1014. 8.87 inches. Normal rainfall since
September 1, 10.39 inches. Deficiency of
Hiiiue rseptemoer 1, 1U14, 1.02 Inches
Total sunshine, 25 minutes; possible sun.
shine, 9 hours 10 minutes. Barometer (re
duced to sea level) 5 P. M., 80.26 inches.
g "0 Wind
s 0 ? :
3 5 : :
Denver . . ;
Des Moines ...
Eureka . ,
Galveston . . . .
Kansas City . . .
Los Angeles . .
Medford . ; . ;
New Orieans .
New York . ; .;
North Head . .
Walla Walla ..
Winnipeg . . . . .
00 4.VV Cloudy
.00 6 3
00: 4 NW
04 4 NW
00 4 SE
00 20'N W
00 1 0'NE
oo!ie;s . 1
42 42 S !
00 4,S ..
A disturbance of considerable energy Is
central over Western British Columbia and
southwest warnings for same were ordered
at 6:30 P. M. at the Coast stations as far
south as the mouth or the Colombia River
and at Blaine, Bellingham and Anacortez.
Light rain has fallen In Western Washing
ton, Northwestern Oregon, Southeastern
New Mexico and in portions of Texas. The
temperatures west, of the Mississippi River
are above normal but in the Atlantic States
it Is colder than usual '
The conditions are favorable for rath
Tuesday in Northwest Oregon, Washington
and extreme Northern Idaho-.
Portland and vicinity:- Tuesday, rain;
southerly winds Oregon: Tuesday, fair ex
cept rain northwest portion; southerly
winds. Washington: Tuesday, rain; sonth
erly winds increasing along the coast. Ida
ho: Tuesday, fair except rain extreme north
portion. , . .
EDWARD A. REALS,
c ; ;
Australia- boasts a. parrot known, to
be more than 117 years old, as It has
been owned by one family that length
ol time. :
EXCHANGE TO OPEN
Wall Street Prepares for Re
sumption of Bond Trading.
MAY OCCUR THIS WEEK
fconflicting Opinions as to Probable
Extent of Foreign Offerings.
Germans 3laJ B6 Heavy
Sellers Money Easier.
NEW YORK. Nov. S3. That the Stock
Exchange IS Quite certain to reopen for
limited business before the end of the month
was the substance of the assurances received
today from responsible banking and brok
erage authorities. It was declared that a
majority of the banks with Wall Street con
nections now favor resumption of bond
trading, Bubject, of course, to price con
cessions. A canvass of the more important local
banking interests elicited conflicting opinion
respecting the probable extent of foreign
offerings pf American bonds in the event
bf an earlv renewal of . dealings. Some)
houses of prominence asserted that buying
orders on their books far exceeded offers
to sell, but the prospective demand. It was
added, was limited almost entirely to high-
Houses with German connections freely
admitted the possibility of heavy selling
orders .and Intimations along these lines
were also conveyed by bankers represent
ing French and Dutch Interests.
It was noteworthy, however, that these
overshadowing factors exercised little if ally
influence on the business transacted during
the day lh the private market for bonds, all
of which Were at or near the recent high
Reopening tif the ChlcagS Stock Exchange
attracted considerable attention. The fact
that sOme of the more active stocks traded
in there .changed hands at prtces approx
imating Jnly 30 ouotations was observed
with satisfaction. Dealings were on a mod
erate scale and denoted much caution.
The market for foreign exchanges tailed
to reflect any developments of importance
acrbss the water. Cables and sight bills
nn l.nnrton Wera notably higher, because of
an Increased demand; In which cotton figured
Money for all dates was offered at B per
cent; Indicating further monetary ease.
Western banks put out considerable sums
through their local correspondents.
News from the Middle West Indicated an
"awakening bf activity In various lines of
industry, although rail traffic was lower
by 5 to 10 per cent than a year ago. Grain
receipts at Chicago Were much lower than
In the preceding week, but more than 4,000,
000 bushels in excess of 1918.
GAIN 111 STOCK VALUES
lUtlCES AT CHICAGO ARE HIGHER
THAN ON JILT 30.
First eralltt texcbiailse to Resume
Operations o Din Selling; Orders)
and Plenty of Demahd-
CHICAGO, Nov. 23. Local securities
changing hands with the opening of the
Chicago Stock Exchange today brought In
creased prices over the quotations of July
80, ranging as high as 13 points for ten
sharos of Booth fish, preferred.
The closing figures of July 80 were taken
as the basis for sales and the Exchange
opened with the restriction that securities
could not be sold under the closing quota
tion of that date. Local transactions com
pared with July 30 as follows:
Stock Shares 23. SO
Booth Fish 10 75, 'OOH
C. M. & St. Paul 00 8U?4 1S2
Commonwealth . Edison; . S3 135 1S5
Diamond Match.,. 3 01 Vs 11
Hartford Steam 1'fd 10 103 'lOS
Goodrich .Company BO 2a I0
Illinois . Central 30 103 108
National carbon... IS 110 10
Quaker Oats, pfd 8 104 103'4
Studebaker Com 1O0 83 '27 H
Swift & Co 18S 103 101U
Cnion Carbide 85 148 liS
Closing price July 30, less one dividend.
In the case of bonds, . trades must be
made nt closing prices . of July 80, except
some few that the stock exchange commit
teo have designated to be sold at a mini
mum price four points below the close.
The Chicago Stock Exchange is the Tirsl
of the official markets In securities through,
cot the world . to resume operations. Al
though ths exchange has been closed since
July 30, stock deals have been transacted
by the members since August 14, through
the medium of a trading committee, whlcn
authorized transfers of stocks at figures
higher than the July 30 prices.
The first transaction was a sale of 10
shares of St. Paul stock on the same level
as the Julv 80 close on the New liork
Stock Exchdhee. Stocks traded In the first
half hour were. ITnlon . Carbide. People's
Gas and Canal &. dock. Of the strictly lo
cal stocks. Union Carbide was the most ac
tive, selling at 10 points aDove the. July 80
closing figures. Other stocks were well
above the Julv 30 close.
There was no ceremony connected with
the reopening of the Kxehange and .the only
sign of unusual conditions was a touch Of
color In the form of a red carnation which
each member wore in his buttonhole.
There was a dearth of big selling orders
and a surplus of, buying orders which could
not be filled. Holders did not appear to
be anxious to .dispose or their stocks.
CO! FEE EitCHAXGB Mat ItEOPEN
Special Meeting ot hoard of Managers
Called for Wednesday.
XS1V YORK; Nov. 2S. A notice was
posted at the Coffee Exchange today an
nouncing that a special meeting . of the
board of managers would be held on Wednes
day next. It is understood that this meeting
is called to consider the reopening of the
exchange. The probable date set by traders
Is December 2.
The coffee market was quiet and gen
erally steady again today. The weekly cables
from Hrazil. indicated a considerable expan
sion In shipments to European and North
American ports and the cost and freight
market was steady at about recent prices,
although offerings were rather more liberal.
Warehouse deliveries continue large against
old business, but local brokers report very
little fresh buying, and the spot market was
nnchanged at 6Vi cents for Rio 7s and 10
cents for Santos 4s.
Sales through tbe liquidating committee
amounted to 55.000 bags, mostly switches,
with December closing at 5.375.40c; March,
6. 75 T 5.70c; May. 6.96 (3 5.99c; July, 5.76
Raw sugar firm. Molasses, S.SSc; eentrif-
ngal, 4.04c. Sales; 16,000 bags.. . Refined
GOING to go tip like a
Take a tip and be prepared for prosperity, in a few days greater
excitement will prevail.
' WASHINGTON hias OIL
In the center bf .the Tenino-Centralia-Olrmpia oil field is located
"Oil City, " tv-here we are selling lots for $50, on terms of $20
down and $5 monthly. Buy now, while they are cheap. The big
thing is here.
Are now wanted td handle this attractive proposition, write quick;
Washington Realty and Oil Co.
. lult A St, Tacoma, Wash.
THE UNITED STATES
UNITED STATES DEPOSITORY
i. C AI SWOB.
-EA BARSTtJj, Vice-President.
A, M. - WRIGHT,
R. W. SCHMEER. tastiest
is now in operation. A brief explanation of the law governing it
has been prepared by ns for free distribution. Come in and get
one and make us the custodian of your funds.
Fifth and Stark
Capital and Surplus,
LADD & TILTON
Capital and Surplus
steady. Cut loaf, tcj crushed, l.soc; mould
A, b.55c; cubes, b.aoc; axxjC powdered,
5.25c; powders, S.20e; fine granulated, 6.IO0;
diamond A. fi.lOc; confectioner's A to; No. 1.
Exchange, "live. Etc.
NEW YORK, Nov. 23. Mercantile paper,
55 per cent: sterling exchange firm, 60
day bills, (4.8550; for cables, 4.t976; for
Bar sliver, 4T4c. -
SAN FRANCISCO, NOT. 8. Silver bars,
48 7a c
Mexican dollars, 40Sc.
Dratts. sight ime: telegraph 5o. Sterling,
demand l.t4. cable $4.S.
LONDOrtr. Nov. tBar silver, it, per
ounce; money, 1 per cent.
Discount rates Short and three) months
bills, 3 per cent.
WHEAT LAND RENTAL GAINS
Cash Supplanting Share Method In
Portions of Walla Walla Country.
Walla Walla, wash lv. 23.
(Speclal.)--Cash rental tor wheat lands
is supplanting the share method in
Sorho parts of the county. The share
method has been followed here practi
cally since there were renters for wheal
land, though cash has long; been paid
by Chinese and Italians who raise vege
tables. In the Valley Grove district rentals
are about J 2.60 an acre a year, or 15.20
for two years, as crops are raised every
While the man who pays cash rental
usually raises more than he would oh
Shares, it Is claimed the owner Is
pleased, as his share Is more this -way
than if the farm were worked care
lessly, as it sometimes Is on shares.
Where wheat land is farmed on
shares the owner frets from one-fourth
to a third of the crop, according to the
location of the land and the nearness
WHEAT EXPORT NOW HEAVY
Close to 2,006,0 0 0 Bushels Among
Sales for Day In Chicago.
CrtlGAGO, Nov. S3. More than on
million bushels of wheat were sold
here today for export to Europe and
the total export sales from the United
States came nearly to the two-milllon-mark.
St. Louis and Omaha each re
ported 700,000 bushels sold for export
and a foreign demand was re
ported at Kansas City and seaboard
Much of the , Chicago wheat and
150.600 bushels from Milwaukee were
shipped to the seaboard by rail be
cause of the scarcity of lake vessels.
Local exporters sold 4OO-.606 bushels of
corn and 50,000 bushels of oats.
5 0,000 Army Blankets Ordered.
PROVO, Utah, Nov. 23. The Knight
Woolen Mills received today a rusn
order for 50.o5q army blankets through
the Ban Francisco agent of a foretgn
nation not named In the order.
W. K, HOLT. Asst. Castile.
sV . tJICK, Aswt. Cashlesw
pavement is bo
there can be no
question as to
the economy of
this process in
the long run.
Canapagnln Generals Tnutmthutla,nei
Sailings for HAVRE
JtOCHAMBEAU ......Dec. 12, 3P.M.
LA T0URAINE Dec. 19, 3 P.M.
CHICAGO Dec. 26. 3 P.M.
FDR INFORMATION APPLY
C. W. Ktineer, So Sth et.: A. O. Charlton,
3S5 Morrison St.; K. M. Tajtor. C M. t.
P. Ry ; Urn-M-y B. Smith, lie 3d St.; A. C.
Sheldon, 100 Sd at.; H. Dickson. 348 lYaah
jnjrton, st. ; North Bank Koad, 5th and Stark
Kie.- I 8 Met arland, sd and Waxhinaton
kta.; K. IV- Duffy, 124 3d t.. Portland.
LOS AKtiELES AND SAN DIEGO
S. S. YUCATAN
Sail Wednesday, Not. Z5. it 1 P. H.
NORTH PACIFIC STEAMSHir CO.
Ticket Ofrtea n . Freight Office
U2A td L . Foot Northrup 9t
Main 1814, A 1314 II Mala 52U3. A 6422
And aU Brazilian Porta
Frequent -SRItinvs from rtw v'ork by new
nni ra l 12. lino- ton passenger steamers.
17 DAY3"TO RIO JANEIRO.
... - . ,. 23 PAIS TO BUENOS ATRES.
MUSt k DANIELS, Us- Aits, BceaJwsj. M. I.
Uoney B. bmit.h. 3d and Washington cits.
Or Ix-ml Agents.
Sails Direct tor San Prnnclsro, Loa
America and San Ulrco.
Wed., 6:30 P. M., Nov. 25
SA!" FRA.VCJSCOi POHTl.AD &
LOS AXIJEI.K1! sTBAHHIP CO.
KKA.MC BULLA M, Aci-nt.
12-4 Third St. A 451, Main 28.
TAlllTI AM) S"EW ZEALAND.
Regular through sailing for Sydney ria
Tahiti and Wellington from San Francisco
Dec 9. Jan 6. Feb. 3 and every 28 days.
Send for Pamphlet.
Cnlon Steamship Co. of New Zealand, Ltd.
Office; 378 Market street, Saa ranclaco,
or local S. 8. and K- R. agents.
8. 8. ItOSE CiTT FOR
3 P. M.. HOVE3IBER tl.
The San Francisco Portland S. 8. Co.,
Third and Washington Sim. (with O.-W.
R. Co.). leL MarsbaU 4im, A 6UfL
COOS BAY LINE
Sails from Alhsworth dock, Portland, t
Si- every Tnesday Freight and ticket office,
lower Ainsworth dock. P ft CL B. 8. S. Lane.
L. H autlni. Agent. Phones Main 3(00, A
JS32 City Ticket Office. 30 Sixth St. C W.
Stincer, Aaaw i'hones Jaaxanaoi litu, a till.