Morning Oregonian. (Portland, Or.) 1861-1937, March 28, 1918, Image 21

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    THE MORNING OREGOXIAJT, THURSDAY, MARCH 23, 1918.
PRICES . OFF AGAIN
Potatoes Are Dime Lower in
Local Jobbing Market.
DEMAND REPORTED SLOWER
fiber ara subject to th rules of state food
administrator, designed ta control th Job
bar and retailer."
LAST CAR or NAVEL ORANGES
Me at Mm, W Seaaaa Arc Hlchaat
Exer Kmwi Mm.
What la aald la ba tha last car of aarel
oraasee of the season McM Portland yea-
t.rdar. Thay wera pat on aala at price.
ranting from l for 94m to IT.li for Sla. A
half-car ahtpment of taajtefinea alao arrl-rsd.
Keren eara of bananas cams in. part of the
dsllrery ripe.
AaoBf tha treatable receipts was a mixed
ear of calsry. rabbasa and 'suae. Ae
paraxaa was lover al l.t caota. A nixed
car af small Teaetablea Is dna today.
Cnuatrr Quotation Are l'nchn(tcd
ilthI-ark of Fhlpplnc Inquiry.
TpnnVncjr I Downward at
Points In !o--th-et.
rotate) prlrM ara decllalxsT la tha (oral
market, Joketn bow a not a tha beat Bar-
banks at POcOII and poor atock aa low as I a
a casta a sack. Thera Le vary lutla de
aasd tar any arada. la tha cooatry mar
keta tha prtra la aaraaacsd at 71 rents
far f. & No. 1 Barbaaka, bat thera a
srarttrally a d.maad aa fa-tra ara wak
txatrlfcoltooa of tba latest ahlpmenta arera
a. follows:
mm California Belea 1. Los Ancles 1,
Vaa iHeso 3. by boat to P.a rraaciera .
rr-ca XV uhluflon Seattla a. Tacoma t.
Taktma L acorktoa 1.
Tosa freaoat Sacraments 1. Storkloa a.
Uark't conditions ara reported by tela-
arapa as follow :
Putte Ou Montana arrtxed. Karale,
aa'ked. lwi:3.
Iteartle Rocelpts modorate, demand alow.
lataa. sa-ked. Si-". Netted Cms. Il
(I -O. sarkel.
Near Mkiu Oratm a. rallforala 1 ar-
TrtxsH. ewanaad aad oaail ery alow,
market steady. sales. roa Burbanks.
tl Sl.aS: poorer. )!.! Nsxada Bar
bonk. SI. TV
tlaltaa. Tea Idaho 1 arrl.e-t. flxa
an trark. Inclallnc broken aad anbroken.
sapptles heavy, demand aad movement vary
alow, market weakenlnc. anaotlled. Idaho
Itarata aad Rawsrtt. Colorado rearla and
r.etl Mrtlares. II SO: California and IJaha
Murbaaka. T aablnxtoa Netted Uoma and
Ontvs Raeaetta. practically aa aalea.
Tort Worth California 1. IJaho s. Col
srada 1 anive-L ' cara on track. Inc lading
broken, aad anbroken: snppllos heavy, da
tnaml aad movement slow, market weaker.
California Bvrhanka. . eahloetoa Netted
liema. Crccoa Itaaaatta, Il-el.
Iloaetoa Coloraao 1. Oreso 3 arrived
supplies heavy, doroand aad raorament mod
eraie. market ooly fair. Mako. California,
orra-m. V. aahlnsjtoa Burbaaks and Baaaetts.
iiwim
ArrlE MOVEMENT W JaOHE Arm El firs
B otter Market la Eaaier.
Thers wss aa easier feeling la tha butter
market yesterday and country creamery ax
tras sold a cent lower st 4a centa.
Fags wera steady at 35 centa. cans count.
with iha market only fairly active.
Thers was a good supply of dressed meats
aa hand, but both pork and Teal wera firm.
Bank rieariaga.
Bank ciearlncs of the Northwestern cities
yescerdsy wero ss follows:
l leartnra. Balance.
Portland w 1 ITH:ji .r.l.vo'
RAIL STOCKS
Fl
Representative Issues Higher
on Quiet Market.
SPECIALTIES HOLD BACK
TaromaV ,
I 8 pott AO
J.tkflt.T.ta
1 fPtV..(y1aa
4lV .'
501.177
I roRTLA.XD MARKET QUOTATIONS
Cniaw riMf. re4 Etc.
Merchant Exch.nt. hood sm.oa:
Marco dvUvcry:
!?- T-lrl Tr ira
No. 'i whit Jc4 ITO.OO JV iO
fun)
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laamwraaea la Poaaaad far Botes) I'raU
at ew lark.
A total of S cara of tPa wers shipped I dock.
from tho faclflo Northwest on Mondsy to
tna fo'loolnc drstlnsllon.: Auburn. Me. 1;
Kl r.. I. Pittsburg. ; Fas Antonio, b;
I h'1-ir.e. I: Loo Ancles. 1: rocatello. 1
r.a rranclscs. 1. Chlcsgo. : allnnenpoUs. S:
ft. Iiuls. I. Wlrhlts. 1; Denver, 8. New
l.rh city. r. St. Iaul. I.
fcatera market coadltlena wera reported
by wire aa follows:
New Tork Arrival. New York It. Wash
In (ton . rtrnlala a. Orecoa S. stains S. West
Virginia 1. Pomand and movement acUva.
Ultra faacy bpltsanboraa. Wlneaaps. lsrge.
f;ii3: medium. Kvt?J: small. SlSoir
In. ilttra fancy Knmea. large. iT18 3
melluna. UljslU Auction prices: Extra
fancy eipltaenaeraa, gl.aotiJU. arerge.
tctra fancy Newtowna. IlK'wiM
erase. II 7 . Extra fancy Home, ll.soa)
r5: sversge. 'i Extra fancy Wlnesapa.
1 1 o g J -j : average. $2. lustra fancy Ben
ft-arta. I U!I3; averaso. l Ti.
J Rosten Arnvaia. Wa.btngtoa &. Temand
'aad movement molerato. market fair. Kx
tra fsftey Wlneaaps. medium. 9.:Slr2-:
malt, Aaetloa prices. Tea cara sold.
.shtnatna) evlra fancy Wlnesapa. I.rg.
l.'Mtll": few -t oj medium. II M
ej 2 - . II 4002: Fancy Wlneaaps.
JUV:T1: medium. Iri0?ll: .mail,
f I PS. fared and filled. $1 23. Extra fancy
Ken Imvls. large. linjiriOl. Extra fancy
Newtowtts. molium. 9t.t02IS: choice, nil
sues. 1 tnegon lnceana. Jumble. $!
t ti. IJaho extra hm r Rnmea. large. 91
ml3t medium. II3"(I.".. faced and
rt: . t r.v
rhitaile'.p.ila Arrivals. Wcfern X Vlr-
glina z . sven cara anbroken. demand nnd
movement m iterate, market steady. Extra
tmntj Wineaapa. large, $.2. "3 9 2 ptl; medium.
i; la a 2.H. Nentowna. larg.. r0rO
r Extra faacy Bomee. all alaea tOGut
? to Auction prices: Orgoa I. Waahlnston
r IWaiand mI. aiarket .t.ady. Enra fancr
SStr4enDrsa. Urge. $-: medium. 12 loaj
? : fancy HiMvint, medium. 9oo; .mail.
St. rnico UlMupa, medium, 91 41)1.73:
J'trnn:a faced. Pa3c. Extra fancy Bea
tvte. tiauty good, soma brulsod, large.
tlKWZ.. medium. flTSalpS: faacy.
larse. 9 1 5 IT I Of. ; n-erflum. tl t I !.
cftotra 9:.Tmeaa smari. 91 IS I 9n.
30 larv
fVita No. :
Haney. feed
ley. brewing ........ .. ......
. da.
Oat.. N. 3 .....................
. clipped ...................
orn. r,,nt
Corn, mixed
r.astra oats and com In bulk:
:. No. a white
.ib c:od white
orn. No, 3 l!:ov
Corn. No. 3 mixed a.ut
WHEAT Bulk baale. rsrtland. for No. 1
trad.: Hard w hits Hluestem. Early Bart.
Al.ea Ualagulaa, alartln Amber. Soft
nt:e I'alouee. biuestem. forty. fold. Whit,
ailcv. Ooid Coin. Wrtito Kuaslan. 9-03.
While club Little club, Jenkins' ciuts, whits
hybrKla. Manors. 9-vl. lied Wslla Ited
Kueolan. red hybrids Jones rite, coppell.
91. M. No X grade, 3o I": No. 3 grade, ac
lese. Other grades handled by samples.
ILOI K fatents. ll. Valley. 9S u: whole
wheat. 9S SO: graham. 9P tl: barley flour.
91912. per barrel: rve fiour. 910T001.io
per narre': comment. l. a per oarrei.
iilU.KI.Klv Net mill prices, car lots
Tlrsn. 130 par loa: shorts, 933 per ton: mid
dllnss, 91'J, mixed rare and leas than ear-
boe mora: rolled barley. 97T0 7U
rvli'd oat. $71.
01RX Whole. 9TT: cracked. 97 per ton.
II A l Buying prtcra. f. o. b. Portland
Eastern Orvgon timothy. 927 P.r ton: Val
ley timothy, t-'lb?". alfalfa. KifiSI.SO
Valley grain hay. 9-'J: clover. 919: at raw. 9a.
1 hairy aad Country produce.
BI'TTKR Cubes, extras. s6c; prim.
first. IV; prints, sxtras. 4Uc: cartons, lc
extra: butterfat. No. 1. lie delivered.
KdcS Oregon ranch, current recelpta.
: candled. 3a93ic
CIIEESt: Jobbers' buying prices, f. o. b.
Portland: Tillamook trlpleta. :c
Young Americas, 2c per pounil: longhoms.
Coos snd curry, f. o. b. alyrtls Point
Triplets. 23ic: Voung Americas, .tfSc per
pound: longhorna. 27 Se per pound: o diS'
count to Portland trade.
I'l l.TKV Itooatera. old. stags.
tBdc: Springs, 2itr2c; broilers. Sjc:
ducks. 32w3Ac: geese. 'jtc-lc; turkeys, Uva,
atrtc: dreMod, l.lic par pound.
VKAI, Fancy. 2i0 2oSc
I'ORK-Fancy. I'lul Wc
Pause In Speculation AVlillc Traders
Walt on War DevelopmentsFac
tional Recessions In Bond List.
Foreign Exchange Irregular.
Buying, however, was only af a scattered I
character.
Leading futures ranged as follows
CORN-.
Open. Hlrh. Low. Close. I
IMay 91.26H 91.26?. 91.26 91-2B5.
OATS.
March 91 .Jil-g .114 .1T,
May 81-4 .87 .86 t .S6t
MES8 PORK.
May 49.00 49.00 48.80 48.83
LARD.
May 2 30 S6.32 28 SO 26.30
July 26.30 20.32 26.30 26.30
SHORT RIBS.
May 25.03 23.07 23.02 23.03
July liS.47 23.42 23.42
Cash prices were:
Corn No. 3 yellow, nominal: No. S yel-1
low. 91.65; No. 4 yellow. l.soei.65.
Oats No. 3 white. 2ltU3Vc: standard,
93t,gi Mc.
Kye No. 2. 92.81 T2.92.
Barley 91.60 1.93.
Timothy 55 8.23.
Clover 2Stf 31.
Pork Nominal.
Lard 96.20.
Ribs 924.12 024.62.
Primary receipts Wheat. 1S8.000
1.199.000 bnsheis: corn, 1.417.000 vs. 753.000
bushels: oats. 1.519.000 vs. 569.000 bushela
Shipments Wheat. 233.000 vs. Slo.000
bushels: corn. S'J-'.nOO vs. 629.000 bushels:
BAG PRICE MAY RISE
Fixed Quotation Applies Only
to Part of Supply.
LATER SALES UNAFFECTED
When Original Stock Is Disposed Of,
Grain Sacks May Sell 4 or 5 Cents
- Higher Than Rate Arranged -at
Washington Conference.
NEW TOnK. ifavrrh ?T Th rrt.f. In tha I oafs. MO.OOO vm. 7 HI. 000 buatattls.
... Mw... A.axH I Clearances Wheat, none; corn.
tlona in tha a toe It market today albeit the
undertone for most standard shares was
firm to strong,. Liberty bonds were com
p rat Weir dull. lack Ins a definite trend.
Kalis scored extreme ruins of 1 to Hi,
Points. Read In. Norfolk Western. Union
Pacific. ;rvat .Northern and New York Cen
tral leading; that croup, Kqulpments notably
were micner oy l to 9 points at their Pest.
Shipping's, motors and tobaccos repre
en ted the backward Issues. Marine preferred
yielding; IS points as a result of its state
ment of annual earning;, which disclosed a
larne decrease.
1'rlcea were Impaired all throurh the list
In the last hoar, the revernal coinciding with
he pub:icaiiona of a statement by the
Lnited States IS t eel Corporation which
Bounced another Increase of wna-es but In
dicated some difference of opinion as to the
time schedule, bales amounted to Su.OUU
shares.
Korelrn exchanre was IrregTiTar. rubles
tending; hi Cher with a slight reaction In
lire and Hcandlnavian ratea.
The aenerai bond list eased variably with
MOerty Imucs. though recessions were mostly
fraction.-.!. Total sales ipar value) agcre-
gatei si.n, j.CHM). llbertys upplytng; about
per cent of the whole. United fctstes
bonds, o:d Issues, were unchanged on call.
(bushels; oats, none; flour.
Minneapolis Grain Market,
MINNEAPOLIS. March 27. Barley, $1.37
LbS. Flax. aH.lSft4.20.
LIVESTOCK RUN SILL
ONLY THREE MIXED LOADS REACH
YARDS DURIVO DAT.
rrle-ra An Holding; Stead 7 la All Llnea.
Lamba Se-11 at as Old
Quotations.
CIXSINO STOCK QUOTATIONS.
t rait, aad Vegelablea.
T.nrsI Jobbing quotations:
FKI ITS orangM. naxels. T15: v
lenrlaiK ISMtrT: lemons, $ j 7 j u 7 per box:
bananas, tf l.o per pound; grapefruit, 94.50
fS.-.v; apples. 9l.2ZttiZ tsngermes,
i '2 T." per box.
V r.l, I.TA Iil.r.9 Tomstoes. IZij per
rrne: csbbage. 3tf4Sc per pound: lettuce.
J ' ft . T i per crate: eurumbers, ( 1 2li 4 17
per dosen; csulltlowcr. $1.4trl.3 per crate:
anlrhokM. Urufl per dosen: garlic, ir;
lerx. V 7 per rrate; pepper, .uc per
pound; sprouts. l;Sc per pound; rhubarb.
lotrl'.'Sr per pound: asparagua. irc per
pound: peas, liu per pound; splnscn,
par rrate.
HACK RiiETAIM.t.s tarroii.
per xrk: turnips, gl.u: parsnips, gt..
I'OTATltr.s iireson uuroana WK- w Sl.uu
per hundred: laslmss. sl.-Al-S; sweet
potswet. c pee pound.
(i.Ma Jobbing prires. lllo par
pound.
Mapla Ctraeertes.
Loral Jobbing quotations:
sr2AK acK baais: Krult and berr .
17 S : beet. $1 ST : extra $7.7S ; pow.
der.4. la barrels, liih: cubes, la bsrrela.
l.T7',.
NTT. v a'nn'e. si.: ifrazu nuts. ixf
lc; filbert.. 7:.:: almon.ls. ltf..c: pea-
nuts. h l.v: rocoanuta si. 10 per aozen;
pecana llStvlOr; rhestnota Oc.
Hr.As i aiitornia juoping prires: pmaii
hue. US': large white. I J.-; harou. luc:
lima. Mc; pink. 10c. trgon brans, buying
prr.: While navy and ldjr Washington.
lOWsSr; whit, kidney. lo-; colored. Sc.
itil VKK Koa.trd. In drums. II. o.
At.T ;ranalted. gloTA per ton: half.
ground. ft prr tn; Oa, la per ton:
dairy. Sis 7i per ton.
nitK southern head. Bejnie per ponnd:
Blua Itoea. Sr: JapanaM style. Srtc
lnit:0 rilL ITS Apples. llSc; pea ha.
lltrl'r; prunea Italian. Uttl.r: ratal na.
tVDII per box: dates, fard. S2."0f)3 per
box; currants, 19c : figs. 2u2.W per box.
xltIL lTIKtT IX rOR.r t.RAINs
JKIesrwaat. FseKsMMga Hyra Wepeat Tasa
aax.'a Mai aa Oata asd Harser.
lrat deirrs la roara. grains ara mark
lg time TSera ts a geod Rilt'.lng drsnand
for b.rter. bt tho lack af afferlnga keeps
tare branra of tha trada Inactive, ta ara
auief ball, aa to demand and offrrtnga At
r Merchant..' Irxrhsrtg. baf'er and toral
aa'a bi.?s ar. anrhaaa'd fram Tuelar. while
efrr. f..r Fa.r.PB iff atight:r firmer.
T ...t K( a fr res wera repeated.
Mratl.' rvef's r.port. the ar.r:d's Tlatb'e
w heat derrva at 5 sat 0w Sush.r.. tha rora
tocreasa at ITtfcVtwe btxsS.'a and the oat.
la. raao at ais.ooo buahr.a
Ta. 1 nlr.4 fata and Canada xi..b:e
wh.at (jr I. 7'l eH bushels, again. t
I . . so 2. a bushels a year aso: oata 27.
:ie bah.s. sralnst tZ 000 bushela
ant com 17. :m bushe'a again.! It..
l ru.:..:.
Weather condittna loi the Mi-Id's West. s
wired frwra t hlcago; "tuluth fine. Minarap.
aluk W;anlpag rl.ar. I'hicago clear. rooL
I'evria. latur clear St. Iiuta. Kansas
t'I'y. 1?. Joaepa. Topeks. Hutchinson rtesr.
el to Sox thia Vsller clear. 3v Forecast:
l.lbaat.. W.nnsln. Minnesota genera;: flr
tn!g!it and Thurs1a. aol mticb rhange In
tetnperaturva Mlaaoart. !. Nebraska,
poutb lakots. Kansas, anaettied tonight and
Thurarfay. coaler"
Terminal rei-rlpta In cars, wera reported
by the Mrrrbaat. Kxrhangs as follows:
Wheat B.rl.y r loariv.'. Hay
frosUHas.
f.o.-.r JoHhlng qaotstlons:
IIA1. All ..xrs. rboire. 34c: standard.
03c. skinned. ft-aOe. picnics. :tc; cotlsgs
ru a. c.
I.ABIi Tlerrs basis, staadard pura, -tijc:
compound. " ' V c
H.ti.'nl 1 anry. 479iac; standard, 43 f
sV: rhys.ee. uai:r.
DRY JIAI.T- elnort clear barks, rOtUJc:
xporta. 30 13c; p:atea. Z Q .vc.
Hide, aad tVHa.
IIIOK-t Salted hides. 15 In. and np. 1?r:
Mltd stsgs. AO Iba and up. !: salted snd
ktp. IS to "A Iba. I'Jc; salted and
green ca.r. I. to u in... sir: green niaea
;. r.. and up. Wc: green .taga 3o lh and
uo. ac: dry f.int hidea -or: dry ftlnt calf.
torso hides. JliixtlSO; salted bona
hirf-. 1 I.
I tl.TH nrr long-wool pelts, S"e: dry
short.wool pe!ta Zc . salted paltL Jsouary
takeoff. liMlilJ"
Am Beet Sugar.
Am ran
Am "ar A Fdr.
Am 1Ko
Am hrn a: Kfg.
Am Sua Rfr
Am Tel A Tal. .
Anaconda Cop.,
At'-niein
Ml.WISSL.
n a o
It 8 Cop
Calif Petrol ...
i'ii racir
Cent Leather
Chs A Ohio...
C M A 6t V
C Jt I A P ctfs.
Chi-.io Cop
C K A I
Corn l"rod Itfg.
Crucible Steel..
i"uba Cans bug.
IMat Secur ....
Kna
lien Kleclrio .
I'rfn Motors ...
C.t Nor pfd ...
:t Nor ois clfs.
Ill Cent
lnsp Cop
I M VI pfd....
Int Nickel ....
lat Paper .....
K C South . . .
Kennacott Cop.
Louis A .Vasb...
Max Mntora ...
Mex I'etrol ....
Miami Cop ....
Mis Psrif
N'ctr Cop
V V Cent
X T N 11 A H. .
S'or A West. ...
Nor Psclf
I'srlf Mall ....
Pennsylvania ..
Pitta Coal
Ray Con Cop. . .
Iteadrng
Hop Ir rite.l.
Shat Arlx Cop..
Sou Parif .....
Sou Hallway . . .
studebeker Cor
Texas Co
I'nlon Pacif ...
tr ei Ind Arc..,
L A ifteel
do pfd
I'tali Cop . . . . .
Kill pfd B"..,
West Cnlon ...
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Only tbrea mixed loads of stock reached
tua yards yesterday. While quiet the mar
ket was regarded as steady throughout. The
few cattle galea were well within the going
range of prlcea and not many of tha hogs
put on sale wera able to command the top
quotation. A few lambs were moved
Iste prices.
Receipts were 65 csttle. 6 calves, 356 hogs
and 23 sheep. Shippers were: L. A. Thomas,
West Stsyton, 1 load cattle, calves and
hogs: Frank Wann. Mount Angel, 1 load
cattle, hogs snd sheep; J. M. McFadden.
Corvalllfl. 1 load cattle, calves and hogs.
The dsy's sales were as follows:
Weight. Price ! Weight. Price.
w U50 $7.IK) 2 steers ... 6.10 I 8.25
.1040
7il
-'0
S40
O.IO
K-.'O
ft0
70
4.10
SIX) 1 cow
tVOOj 2 cows .
7.73 1 cow . .
7.75 4 cows .
7.5o 2 cows .
7.60 1 cow ,.
7.5ll 1 cow ..
7.501 1 cow
9.001 1 cow . .
4 cows .
2 cows
1 cow
2 cows
4 cows
3 cows
1 cow .,
1 cow , .
1 bull ..
, 30 IS. '.5
, 151 111.65
140 16 60
23 16 3.1
260 16 3.1
142 16.75
153 16.75
213 16.75
2.10 16.7.1
510 1.1.731 J bull
2.14 16.SOI24 hogs
.. 10
..102.1
.. i"0
.. 620
.. D40
.. imo
.. T70
SIX)
.. 1150
.. B.1S
.. 750
.. rU
.. nv).
.. 855
.. 9c6
..111(1
.. 710
..1500
..20(10
8.75
8.75
6 00
6.00 I
7.00
8.75
6.50
4.00
7.50
8.50
6 25
6.00
S.75
7.2.1
4 .10
6 00
S.50
8.50
8 00
1116 16.75
104 16.60, 1 hog 120 10.00
1 COS
1 cow
1 cow .. . ,
1 cow ....
1 cow .. . ,
cows . .
1 cow . . .,
1 heifer .,
1 heifer .
1 heifer ,.
1 hog
9 hogs ...
2 hogs . . .
hogs ...
1 hog
24 hogs ...
g hogs . . .
3 hoss ...
1 hog ....
1 hog ....
15 hogs ...
5 hogs .
2 hOKS ...
1 hog ....
21 lambs
2 lambs
1 steer . . .
Prices current at tba local yards ara as
follows:
Cattle Prices.
Medium to choice steers 311.00ft 12.00
tjOoa 10 meuium steers. ......
common to good steers 8. Soil 10.00
Choice cows and heifers....... 9.00910.00
Com. to good cowa and hellers, 8.00 y v.oO
Canners
Bulls
Calves
Storkers and feeders
Hoss
Prima light
Prime heavy
VlK"
Sheen
Western lambs ....
Valley lambs .................
Yearlings .....................
Wethers
Ewes
. 170 16 60! 2 hogs
. 410 16.15 2 hogs .
. 102 14.50 9 hogs .
. 6.1 15.00 1 hog ..
. 870 6.001 5 hogs .
Although the grain bag orico was fixed
S5,000ot 25 centa maximum at the recent confer-
12.000 barrels. J ence between tho rood Administration- and
. "... . ucioib, .ill. iM ic. iu.-. uui; uu infta
and burlap then on hand. When this stock
is sold, if mora bags are needed by farmers
In the Northwest they may have to pay a
higher price. The following is a copy of
a telegram received by the Bemia Brothers
Bag Company, of Seattle, from the vice
president of tha burlap department at Boa-ton:
"Tho arrangements between the Food Ad
ministration and the bag men for selling
bsgs at 25 centa applies only to the bags
and cloth bought before the arrangement
waa made. The total quantity covered di
rectly by the arrangement la about 24.000.-
000 bags.
"The total auDPly of new bars available
for the season Is estimated at 43,000.000, of
which 24.000.000 covered by tho arrange
ment mentioned, and tha remaining 18,000.
000 naturally cannot bo aold for more than
25 centa as long as tha arrangement bags
are being offered at that price.
barf ara aeumg rapidly at 25 cents, ana
It becomes doubtful whether the supply is
sufficient to satisfy the demand.
Kecent quotations for importing addi
tional bags from Calcutta, if obtainable.
and if freight space obtainable were about
28 to 29 cents. At this dangerously high
price there Is no inducement to the bag
dealer to import further supplies, unless to
rill definite orders. - .
'Owing to some arrangements for han
dling grain In bulk, and to uncertainty as
to what quantity of bags csn be emptied
Into bulk cars and returned promptly to the
fields for use again, and doubt as to quan
tity of second-hand bags available, and
doubt as to quantity of new and second
hand bags obtainable from Minnesota. Mil
waukee. Chicago, Omaha, Kansas City, St.
Louis, Indianspolls, Memphis. Houston and
New Orleans factories In case of need. It is
difficult tJ form any reliable opinion as to
whether there will ba an actual ahortage
of bags or not, but It is becoming fairly
well apparent that the supply of bags avail
able at 25 cents will soon be exhausted, after
which the price may bo expected to advance
quickly to about 30 cents.
The purpose 01 this telegram Is to give
to the trade and the bag buyers the benefit
of the best Information available in order
that they may take whatever action seems
advisable according to their circumstances.
'If there Is to be a shortage of bags It is
highly desirable that the Information of
such a shortage be developed as early as
possible. The best way to develop this Information-
is for bsg buyers to place orders
quickly for their known requirements, there
by removing from dealers' hands the sur
plus stocks now unsold and preparing the
way for tha dealers to procure additional
supplies, if additional supplies seem to be
required.
"Bag buyers who do not book their orders
IF We Win
This will be the Last War
If We Lose
It will be but the beglnninpr of wars
upon wars, ft holocaust with slaugh
ter, famine and unspeakable horrors.
The laaiie Is Plata. It la up to you.
Either sacrifice now or make the
supreme sacrifice later.
MORRIS BROTHERS, , Inc.
Established 25 Years
RAILWAY EXCHANGE BUILDING
PORTLAND, OREGON .
The Premier Municipal Bond House of Oregon,
KEWA
FOR SOO
RD
MEN
ass i.as
140 16 60 1
160 165
3MI 15.6.1
DESTINATIONS OF STOCK LOADED
Total sales for tha day, 30O.000 shares.
BONDS.
U S ref Ss rrr.HTHINnr Tac Sj
220 17.00 1 while tho 25-cent bags are available will
quite likely have to pay 29 or 30 cents. This
change In price Is likely to come within 10
days. "We strongly advise all bag; buyers to
place their orders quickly, otherwise they
may find It difficult to obtain bags."
Grain at San Francisco.
PAN FRANCISCO. March 27. Flour.
$10.80 per barrel.
Grain Wheat, Government price, $3.o0;
barley. 13.60(33.75: oats, white feed, nom
inal; corn. California yellow, $3.503.?5.
Hay Wheat and wheat and oat. S28.Q0
30: tame oat. $28630; barley. $2426; al
fulfa. $2224: barley straw. 0l0c.
Mlllfeed Cracked corn and feed cornmeal.
$7S0; meals, alfalfa, carload lota, $360
3S.40; cocoanut. $44.50 as to lot.
SAN FRANCISCO PRODUCE MARKET
Price Current on Etirs, Vegetables, Fresh
Fruit, Ktc, at Bay City.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 27. Butter
Extras. 464Sc.
Eggs Fresh extras. 40c: extra firsts, 3Sc;
firsts
4.23 9 .25
8.004? 9.00
7.50&12.00
6.5V 0
16.Slifl7.00
l.jttUJIl.
14.75 015-75
15.00 eir,50
14.50 xT 15.00
1.1. 00S13.50
12.50(3 13.00
8.00 12.00
do coupon
U S 3a res;..
do coupon . .
U M 4s rear...
do rnupon . ,
At-h son 4.
.H7H;Pac T A- T is.
.i-iPa con 4'is
..HK-VIJ P 4.
I04S U S Steel 5s
.HMV3 P cv .'.s
Anjtlo-Fr
r A K a ref 5s4ll7 H I.lb 3U...
.V Y O dob 6s.. 2'. I' S I.IU 1st 4s.
Nor Pac 4a 80 U 8 Lib 2d 4s...
,.T.7
.tmi',4
. Bl
.9H.H4
K7.52
97.01
Shipments En Route to Leading; Livestock
Markets of Country.
Destinations of livestock loaded March 26 1 firsts. 37c: fresh extra pullets, 38c
(carloads reported wast of Allegheny Aloun-I pullets. 35Hc.
tains; ouoie uecKs counted as two carst:
Cattle. Horses. Mxd.
calves Hogs Sheep mules stock.
Bid: toffered.
llapa, Vt'aal. Tie.
-1017 crop, II V 15c per pound;
con-
r-rttand. Trd 10 5
Wit aa I .... I I
. .n I dat. ) I !1 .-. 1; 17-v;
'.r a- 4-! 1 -H 117s .Uhix 1921
-.-m. 7u'., I .... .... 4
-.r asm 2 .... .... .... li
yMa to dAta.4l:. T7 .... 131 I-.-o
-r .a- i.:-t: 11 .... i
-'. 7u .... S
1 r as- ... 4 S f.
-ao t da:.4t4 27 lilt a r"
l.ar aso 4.'' i 2-0 till 1 1n J.i.)
rilrC 1IU.IOO NOT TOLERATED
aalllers Warard AaalsM Maalpolaltaai or
lawarraatfrxl Mlxhsc of leow.
Th. f.:uwtnr warning ball.tio has ben
teu4 by T. K Wliowa. chairman of the
North I'.rtftc Coast Xtllllag Division of the
food Atministratloa:
-at':rs ara wam.d that any snanlpu
latlon af prtrea or unwarranted mixing of
wheat mt:.fid.. which tMult. la profit to
tho rnl't.r In ntfw ( allow. bla amaanta,
a. Indtrat.d br mt 'e-s .ngaaMt la the mil
afartura of wheat f-.de. would bo ronalderml
by tha Food Admlnls: ratlaa aa aa exaatooi
mr vtoiatioa .f rood Admlatatratloa reaala.
tiaaa. and win as s-ibioct ta peaaltlra for
Xloisttoa af ru'.a
-Mi.ien are also warned that maauta.-tars
af andiaa praportluna of any aaa grade of
wheat sainted aol aorma.ly arodaced by
tkat mill will ba raestra.4 aa prima facie
.xldanca of aa ttttapt t. exads rule.
-atlla ara aaa ad.taed that aat.ida of
wrsvisjoas a 1 rales cox. ring manufacturing.
ll!
trx-ta Unit-
AikL Kaal.rn orrgen. 44V650 per
pound, x.li.y, 500oc per pound; l alley
lamb. 4150c
liIIAIK lkng sapte. fall year. 50c; sis
mnntha 4'ajor; rurry. itlilc
CAM-ARA HARK New and old. sH99c
Per pound
TAI.I.OW No. 1. 14I5c par pound; No.
2. l'-c per pound.
oils.
OAxnUXK Bo'k. 20ir: raaee. S9c:
naphtha, drums. lSr; cas. -:; englns
diatl.-ale. itrurnx, lo.t; CJuf.
I IN-k.tI tIl. Raw. barr.!a tl 7: esses.
$1 77: b.l,ed. barrel. fl.sV; raaoa. $1.70.
TL Kt h.Ml.E-la tanks, ttic. cases, 73c
roffe Ilium Clow lllgwer.
NKW Vt'Kla. alarrh 27 No Important
rhance waa rrr-irlrd in the general ruling
of lit. market fr coff-o futures here today.
Thn waa a rontlnue.1 demand for tha near
montha. with very tew ..Here at the maxi
mum prices, and later deliveries held firm
oa further coverings or trsde buying. Prlcea
opened unchanged to T points higher and
cbed net unchanged to a points higher,
with July ruling around .l5c and Decem
ber fluctuating between llc and 9 20c. No
lmproxement was reported In tha ocesn
fr.teht situation, snd wsrehoua deliveries
recently hat le.1 to a considerable reduc
tion In the principal atocka March, H 5tic;
X!ar. asoc: July. Atw; September. 9.04c;
tirtob.r. P.vtV; December, 9.1tlc; January
.2ic.
pt coffee steady: Itlo 7s. 9o: Santoa
4s. U.r.
At a meeting of tha green coffee trade
yeat.rdav a comtnltte was appointed to
formulate plana for aocurlnr soma modlflca
tlon af tlov.rnment regulatlona
Offers of Han to 4. were reported In the
coat and freight market at lo.voe to 11.3tc,
Aprtl.M.v .hipment. LoaUon crwllta.
The official c. ti e. reported Bo chanre In
Iha HI market, with aa adaare af lies re I.
in santoa spot. Santo futures wera un.
chanced to 25 rets higher. Brasllian port
reve.pts. 5I.OOO baas.
Xlrtal Maritet.
NKkV TORK. march 27 Metal Exchange
quotes lead easy, foot, T5ArfT62He.
apetter. aiiL a.aat bt. louia oellvary.
spot, T.WO'.'OC
MlatnaT Stocks at Boston.
BOSTON. March 27. Closing Quotalionx:
Allouex 50 Old Iloin S'l
Arts t'om 12s(.'ceola 55 v
alu ai Arts ui guinrv ......... 61
alu A llecla...432 Superior 4-
entenniat ..... iup Ac rtos 2-
p Range ..... 44 shannon 4
: Hull. 'i I tah Con 9
t-'rankhn 5 s, Winona !,
Il Koyalla .... rOL,irtolverln 21
I.ak Cop ..... 5'n;ranby Con . 77
Mohawk , clrrrne Can .... 395i
r rlutta 141
Mjeiaey, Exchange, Etc.
NEW TOItK. March 27. Mercantile pa
per, four antl six months a per cent.
Merllnc. ou-day bills. 4. :'.; commrrclitl
6l-dxy btlte on hanks, $4.714: commercial
KO-dar bills. $4.71-.: demand. $4.7r.u;
cables, $4.7e 7-10. 1-Yanrs. demand. 5.724. ;
bias. 5.71 "a. uulid.rs. demand. 4..V
eahles. 4tt.. l.lr. demand. 8.81 : cshlea.
L Rubles, demand, Jtx; cables, 14; mar
ket nominal.
Bar sliver. 92.o per ounce.
Mexlcsn dollars. 74e.
ftovemment and railroad bonds Irregulsr.
Ttnia loans firm; t',i aud 00 days and six
months. . per rent bid.
fall money strong. High, o per cent: low.
r.. fier rent: ruling rate. A per cent: c loa log
hhl. .'i per rent; offered at 6 per cent; last
loan. 1 per cent.
LONDON, March 27. liar silver. 45Sd
per ounce. Money, 3 V per cent.
Discount rates Short snd threa months'
bills. S 9-14 per cent.
Chicago IMalry Produce.
CHICAGO. March 27. Butte. flrm.
Creatnery. 35 6 41 o per pound.
Kvca. lower. Receipts. 2l.l:t c. ea. Firsts,
33v3.11.c: ordinary firsts snd at mark, cases
Included. 32ti2Sc per dozen.
Near Yarfc Sugar Market.
KBW TOKK, Slarrh 27. Raw sugsr,
atendy. Csntrifugsl, 0.005c; fine grsnulated,
.45c.
Cat ton Market.
NEW TORK. March 27 Spot cotton.
steady. Middling. S4.2c.
Hope. Etc. at Tiew Tork.
NEW YORK. March 27. Iops. hide,
wool, nncbansed.
Austin ..
Baltimore .....
Prlghtwood . . .
Ronton
Ituflalo
Chicago
Cincinnati .....
Cleveland .
Cudahy
Denver
Detroit
K. St. Louis....
Kt. Worth
Indianapolis ...
Jersoy city....
Kansas Ity....
.os Angeles. . ..
ui.vllle
Mason City....
Milwaukee ....
Nashville .....
New Haven....
New York
Oklahoma City
Omaha. Neb .
Oltumwa. la. ..
Peoria, 111
Philadelphia
Pittsburg
i'ortiand. Or...
HL Joseph
Salt Lake City.
Paul
Francisco.
attle Waab...
Sioux City ....
Sioux Kails....
Spoksne
1'erre Haute ...
Waterloo ......
Wheeling
Wichita
Worcester
Vsrlous
17
14
397
6
R
1
23
14
113
1S3
17
2S
'id
"is
l
74
45
241
SO
:t
96
1
1
112
3
"i
l
14
I'm
511
Totals ...
One week agn.2491
lour w ks ago. 2214
6
16
121
41
459
40
f..-.
311
21
36
193
31
42
10
250
IS
18
7
10
24
2
20H
18
11
ii'
3
S!
3
'l
4
s
3
28
is
6
4
16
138
2473
24.-.H
2295
17
1
60
16
I
Cheese Young Americas, 27-tc.
Poultry Hens, nominal: White Leghorn
roosters. 242oc; fryers, 401945c; broilers.
0&5c: squabs, $44.50; pigeons, $2622.50;
geese, 27830c; turkeys, mixed and off stock.
32 n 3c.
Vegetables Green peas, large, 79c: as
paragus, 47c; squash, cream, 50cfii$1.25;
hubbard. gl.50&'2; eggplant, southern, n
124c: peppers, bell, small size,
Mexican green chiles, 12-x17i4c, tomatoes.
$l.50l.io per large box: lettuce. Sacra
mento. In largo crates. $1.50trl.9O: celery in
large crates, $1,504-2; mushrooms, G'o'lSc;
potatoes, river, $1.3xvl.40; Salinas. $1.7u
2 per sack; sweet. $5'&6.75; onions. Au
stralian brown, 75cfl'$l; green. 50(375c; gar-
He. California, 23c; cucumbers, $22.50
pumpkins. $1: beets. HOcxi; carrots. $1
turnips, 75cfal; rhubarb, strawberry, I1..T
rt 2 per box; cabbage, -ax72c; spinach
1 vt 2c
Fruit Pears. Winter Nellie, $22.2S
lemons, $3.2506: grape fruit, $2.753.25
oranges, $3.00 7.50; tangerines, $1.000-1. Tj
bananas. Hawaiian, 6tT7c; pineapples, nom
inal: apples. Newtown Pippins: $1.301.40,
Feceipts Flour. 2.(41 quarters; barley.
560 centals: beans, 1008 sacks; potatoes, 3967
sacks: hay. 193 tons; hides, 840; wine, 50,
1 1 300 gallons.
as
8
17
169 143
4.11 204
4.-.0 22S
3:,2 247
127
44
4::
453
Duluth Linseed Market.
DCI.rTH. "March 27. Linseed, $4.21
4.29: May, $4.24; July, $4.22 asked; October,
$3.60 asked.
State origins of livestock losded March 26:
ror Portland
Montana
Oregon .......
Totals
One week ago.
Four w'ka ago.
For Seattle
Washington ...
8 ..
1 ..
S
Liberty Committee Appointed.
CENTRA 1.IA, Wash., March 27. (Spe
cial.) C. Paul Uhlmann, chairman of
the Centralia district for tho next lib
erty loan drive, has appointed Br. J. H.
Dumon. Albert Kroith, u. (J. bpencer.
Oeorpre Ellsbury. B. H. Johnston. George
E. Berlin, John . Wondcrly, John Gal
vin and John A. Field to serve with
him aa a liberty loan committee. This
committee met last nifrht and listened
to a talk by N. B. Coffman, Lwls
County chairman. In which the latter
outlined his plans for the drive. The
city s allotment has not yet Deen de
termined.
EXPORTERS BUY OATS
CHICAGO w'HEAT ADVAXCES OX
fr'OREIG TRADING.
Cora I Firm, Owing 4a More Hopeful
View Takes af War 5lfaa
f loa la Fraace.
CHICAGO. Xnrch 2T. Hopeful jdii of I
in war aTtopmenttf aia a Kood deal to
hrtnc out hitther prirt-a today in jrr-tln.
Com cloi4 firm. (r -c nrt hirhr. with
May Kl.H f l Oata advanced 6Sc
In provaaior.s thm xiniaa Taricd Irom 5c d-
ciin to an equal aa.n.
Advitfi from the arniira in Fran re con
tinued to domlnata tho corn pit and cave
prlcea aa upwrd alant from the outset. In
Ailtlttlon. the bull aiIe of the market waa
f.-ivored by knowledge that auapension of
th-t tra!n ptiuriiy rule on the raiiroada
Tot a la ScAttto 1 ....
One week ao 1 l
Four week aso . . . . 21 . l
Loa Anaele Meat Trade Con dt Ion.
LOS AXGELKS. March 27. Beef, fraah
Supply adequate, market steady, demand
-boor.
teera: Supply auincient. market steadr.
drmana Poor.
Cows: hupDlv llrht and poor In aualltv.
market ateady. demand poor.
Bulla: fcupply adequate to meet requfre-
monti.
eal: Supply increaslncr, market ateadr.
demand active.
Fork: Supply moderate, market ateadr. de
mand alow.
Umb: Supply normal, market ateady. de
mand llrht.
Mutton: SuDPlr IlKht- market firm, de-
roana quiet.
Cniraco Llvewtock Market,
CHICAGO, March 7. Hon Becelpta,
2ft.0O0. atronr. 15 to 1.5c above yesterday -t
average. Bulk. $17.2017.75; light, 917.259
lfl; mixed. SMLDOf 17.95; heavy, $1.15-
17 0: rouah. Irt 15SV 16 60; pica, ffSft 10.75.
Cattle Recelpta, fcooo, firm. alive steera.
f l.oe 14.50; stockers and feeders. 17.106
11. so; cowa and heifers, 16.75 & 11. SO; calves.
110 SOfilft.
Pheep Receipt. rtrm. Sheep, 111.25
C 15.65; Jamba, ai-l 6ritf.
Omaha Livestock Market.
OMAHA. March 27. Hora Receipts. 16,-
Hh market 10 to 2ic hid her. H'-avy. $16.60
(i 17.25: mixed. $16.7517.10; ll-ht, $16,700
17 35; plra. $12917; bulk of sales, $16.70
17.10.
Cattle Receipt. CjOO. market strong; to
10c blither. Native steers, $y.5( 13.b5; cows
and heifers. ItsW 11: estern steers.
12.50: Texas steers, fH.75-6 10.50: cowa and;
heifers. $H lO; cannen. $7.50 ii 8.50: stock -
era and feeders, . rvnix: calves. yl3-
$ioo
$500
Denomination
County Bonds
yield
5.25to5.40
According; to Maturity.
These bond are the general obliga
tion of one of the finest counties in
the Pacific Northwest.
Full detail a oa request.
Lumber mens
Trust Company
CAPITA!. aB ULUS KOO.OOO
La-nbermens Bldg. Portland, Or.
would tend to curtail tha movement of the "" . etc.. 7.7S 10.2.V
com crop.
Hirns or aia sales to export Inrereat,
hoisted oata rs.ilnr orr In receipts
ooked fnr. snd word that seeding was
maklra rapid profresa tailed to act
an ottt.
Provisions svers-red a little h!er. jn-
r'.ucnced by the strength of boss wad craln.
Sheer) Keeelpts. 000, market stronger.
Tearllncs. 13.3II91T: wethers. UfllO;
eaea, ,11.756 14 lamhfs iia.0gl8.
Dried Fruit at Sew York.
NEW TORK, March 27. Evaporated ap
ples, nominal.
scare.
Prunes, few here. Peaches. I References
WE BUY
RAW MOLESKINS
We Par l"e Aple-ee and Krpreaa Charges.
Ship by i'arcel r-oat nr r.xpreaa.
Kohn cc isaer
llo-ll-ia Went Thirty-Second St.,
.-New lorsi nty.
-National City Bank. N'. Y.
National Park Bank, N. 1.
A $1,500,000 Tractor Corporation, now manu
facturing, with a tremendous market and a hand
some profit, offers to 500 men (over 400 are
already in) who can subscribe from $100 to $1000
each, an opportunity which we frankly believe
means the foundation of a f ortune for those who
can taka advantage of it. In 60 days this company
has secured orders and contracts amounting to
over One Million Dollars.
Protection for this company's plans forbids general
publication of details; these will be furnished, however,
to those who can qualify.
If you are able to pay from $20 to $200 per month for 5 .
months or from $100 to $1000 cash, less 2, fill out the
inquiry coupon and mail at once. You will receive full
particulars promptly and this does not obligate you in
any way whatsoever. This proposition has not only our
unqualified endorsement, but we also have put our own
money in it.
Mr. C. C. Bowsfield, Editor of the National Banker, Chi
cago, after a thorough investigation, said: "It will bring .
riches to those fortunate enough to participate; a more
genuine opportunity has seldom, if ever, been offered."
This is the first time this Editor has ever given a proposi
tion his personal public endorsement.
If you are human you have often wished for a real,
genuine opportunity. It is in front of you right now, but
it will not waiti if it did it would not be a real opportunity.
This offer holds good only for the first 500 subscrip
tions; already over 400 have been received. You tate
absolutely no chance on this proposition, as the basis on
which it is offered guarantees its integrity.
Your inquiry does not obligate you in any way, but with
out the inquiry we will not be able to give you the details.
THE POWER WALL CO.
INDUSTRIAL BANKERS
502-672 Railway Exchange Bldg. CHICAGO, ILL.
' INQUIRY COUPON 1
THK POWER WALL, CO Iadastrlal Bankers
602 -72 Railway Exchange Bidgr CHICAGO, ILL,.
Gentlemen: Please give me, without obligation on my part, full par
ticulars of your unusual offer. If I am satisfied that It is a genuine and
unusual opportunity I could invest f cash or
per month for E months. This insuiry does not obligate rue in any way
whatsoever.
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Address
City and- (State.
Occupation or BuefneM..
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the facilities and assistance of
our various departments, each
specializing in one class of se
curities, are at your command
Vhen requesting1 offerings or in
formation pleass mention OR-157.
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Company
Correspondent OJScet ta it Cttiet
Portland Railway Exchange Bids.
Telephone 60U5 Main
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MONDAY, APRIL 1
FOR SAJf FRANCISCO
AND LOS ANGELES
The San Kra tie's CO A Portland S. S.
Co., Third and Washington Streets
(xvith O.-W. R. ct JT. Co.). Tel. Broad
way 4300, A 6121.
CLARK,
KENDALL
&C0.
BONDS FOR
INVESTMENT
U. S. Government
Municipal
Railroad
Corporation
SAFllrTT RELIABILITY
205-2OS
Northwestern Bank BuildinsT
'Portland, Orecon
"TRAVELERS' OCIDE.
HONOLULU
Suva, eir aieamnu, Australia.
CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL
3IAIL LINE.
Largest, newest, best-equipped- steamers.
For fares and sailings apply Can. Par. Kail
war. 66 Third St.. Portland, or Genera!
AsenC 44V 6ermour bt Vancouver, B. C.
fjSSEiajGiM rbir,t -j 2tl
ALASKA
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Seward and Anchor.
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lorelM nd Sa Ileo dlrwt, Larf .st
T&TZ uTis.au&l0d servtot, low ratea U-
eludlnff twin 4 ai Mtk
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STEAMSHIP
Sails Dirert for
SAN FRANCISCO.
LOS ANGELES SAN DIEOO.
1:30 r. -M. SUNDAY, .MARCH 31.
San FranclBCO. Portland & Los Angeles
teamhip Co.. Frank Bollam, Agent.
124 Third Street. Main S.
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