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THE SUNDAY OREGOMAX, PORTLAND. MARCH 0, 1010.
BULK OF WHEAT CROP
HAS BEEN DELIVERED
Grain Corporation Is Holding
Over 8,000,000 Bushels.
Americas and long noma, f. o. b. Myrtle
Portland cheffe receipts this week were
47.S72 pounds, compared with Lo.'JBl pound
FREE MOVEMENT IN OREGON
Growers Kctain Only 10 Per Cent
of Last Year's Production.
' Oats Reserves Larger.
Reports received by the Cnlten States
Food 'Administration Grain corporation from
July 1, 1918, to February 28, 1919 (receipts
to February 7 only), show recelots from
farms at warehouses and stock on hand
February 23, 1819, In Oregon as to. lows
lH.tWA-170 611. -.00
At terminals. . .
ACTIVE DEMAND IX EGG MARKET
Prices rlre Firm With Dealers' Stocks Closely
The esg market closed firm with a con
tinued good demand. Jobbers reported case
sales at 3S cents. Receipts of eggs on Fri
Origin Exp. r'rt.
Washington ...................... 1- ft
Total 322 :t
Receipts for the week have been 2.".!S
cases, against 15."2 cases on the same days
There was a firm market for poultry,
with a good demand at the close. Farm
dressed pork was firm and veal weak.
Canned Milk Prices Decline. .
Another 50-cent reduction In the output
of a leading condensery was announced yes
terday, making a total decline of $1.25 in
its canned milk prlce6, the new quotations
being f6. 10?i 6.20 for standard size.
NEW HIGH RECORDS MADE
BULL CAMPAIGN IX THE W ALL
STREET MARKET CONTINUES.
2 472 f2
Bank clearings of the northwestern cities
yesterday were as follows:
f. learing. isaianccs.
Portland . .
rlearlntrs of Portland
for the past week and corresponding week In
3, 40 l, 239 J717.4-37
52Li.6iS ,: t
Seattle and Tacoma
Total on hand 8.511,756 540,00
The total 191"? wheat crop for Oregon is
estimated at 15.228,000 bushels. Receipts
from farms, as tabulated by the Grain cor
poration, indicate that S3 per cent of the
total estimated crop had been delivered to
mills and warehouses by February 7. 1919.
The Grain corporation reports also show
that about two-thirds of the wheat deliv
ered to mills and warehouses was still in
the state on March 1, 1919. Only a very
email part of the grain in country ware
houses is etill owned by the producers, how
ever. A rather surprising feature of the situa
tion is the small movement of oats and. bar
ley. The records Indicate that only a small
portion of the total crop was delivered to
mills and warehouses, and of the amount
so delivered nearly 90 per cent of the oats
and 89 per cent of the barley remained in
storage or as mill supplies on February 2S,
A report issued yesterday by F. L. Kent,
field agent at Portland of the bureau of
crop estimates, shows the percentage of the
1918 Oregon crop remaining on farms March
1, 1919, also percentage cf the 191S crop
that has been and will be shipped out of
th. rnnntv where grown is estimated as
191 1 .
. 19.1 22. :S
. 12 M12.992
. 10. 1150. 013
. 1 1.7D0.02S
. 12.91 K.174
12.31 1.1 10
13. 3112. 479
2,00 4,49 L
Nearly All Classes of Stocks Share
In Feverish Advance; Trade
Big for Short Session.
NEW YORK. March 8. The brief ses
sion of the stock market today was char
acterized by extraordinary activity and
further bullish enthusiasm. which lifted
many issues to top levels of the year, with
here and there some actual new high rec
ords. Among the Influences which gave, fresh
stimulus to the advance was the report that
the administration had ordered another
postponement in the pending anti-trust lit
igation. Indications that the ra4roads would
soon be provided with funds was another
I'nited States Steel contributed almost one
fifth to the day's business at an extreme
advance of 1 "4 points to 97. but nfriliated
stocks, particularly Midvule, Bethlehem.
Crucible and Lackawanna i?teels and Bald
win Locomotive, gained to to 5 points.
Marine preferred yielded part of Its 3-poInt
rise, but other shippings. Including Ameri
can international. Atlanilc tiulf and United
Fruit, were less susceptible to realizing.
Sugars. fertilizers, coppers and utilities
helped to swell the advance, but motors.
01. s and tobaccos were Irregular. bales
amounted to 700.000 chares.
Last week's large actual loan expansion
of clearing house bank was materially re
duced today, excess rcser-es showing a
further moderate gain.
Liberty bends held steadv, other domes
tic iSSUeS Were firm nrt fnr.l.n rtnl.tlnna
made slight gains. Total sales. na.r value.
aggregated $v:50,0OO. old United States
bonds Were Unchangd on enll riurtT.. lh
to co-operate In plana Tor the temporary re
lief of the railroads. Such support it is be
lieved will be given in generous measure, but
there is little probability of the iormation
of a huge monev pool.
That the country is doing a very large
and profitable general business and that
money is reasonably free for constructive
purposes is evidenced by the enormous bank
clearings and the comparatively easy rates
for time and call fund.
COAST AND EASTERN" DAIRY PRODUCE
Batter Market Conditions at Leading Dis
San Francisco prices on butter declined
2 cents on hlKh scores, which left the mar
ket lu an unsettled condition. Lcwcr prices
today seem to be due partly to sympathetic
action of decline in eastern markets but
some dealers also report a falling off locally
in consumption. A greater ran-e In prices
of sales mi.de today Is noted. Receipts
thus far this week are 3f,.0O0 pounds lighter
than for the first five days of-'the previous
week. 93 score, 56 U c.
Chi'-aso The reported drop In prices op
the New York market caused some uncer
tainty here but the market remained firm
with prices unchanged on the higher score
and advanced on ali other grades. Dealers
report a great scarcity of butler and fresh
stocks were reduced 3314 tvibs. Cars of
centralized scoring 90 points sold at 5 7 1 - c
whllc some dealers relusd offers of .37c.
The out-of-storsge movement was heav,
amounting to 201,719 pounds. 92 score. 5.
New York A small volume of trading
took place today with a weak sentim-nl due
In a large measure to a partial etllemnl
of the marine workers strtke. Deliveries
were quite light today but many of th.
dealers had heavy arrival noti'--es of butler
ready lor delivery. In consequence prices
declined 2 cents on nearly all scores. Yes
terday's receipts were ItEht, amounting to
5299 tubs. Storage holdings were reduced
3420 tubs while street stocks have de
creased 3420 tubs. 92 score, 5Sc.
PORK PRICES TO ADVMET
VALUES MAY FAR EXCEED STA
Grain, Floor, Feed, Etc.
Merchants' E-rchange, noon session.
On farms. .
On farms ....
Cm farms . . .
The actual quantities of grains remaining
on the farms on March 1, 1919, and March
1, 191S. in Oregon are estimated as follows:
Estimates of the grain on farms in "Wash
ington on March 1 of this and former years
are given by m. T. Marchetti, field agent
at Spokane, as follows:
CLOSING ' STOCK QUOTATIONS.
Cora. . . .
2, SI 0.OO0
GRAIN STEADY ON LOCAL BOARD
1'ricea Not Affected by Declines in Eastern
The local grain market was steady in spite
of declines in the east. Bids on clipped
oats .were 50cf $1 higher and standard brew
ing barley was also up. Offers on the re
mainder of the list were unchanged.
"Weather conditions in the middle west, as
wired from Chicago: ""Winnipeg, clear, 17
above: Minneapolis, clear, fine, 30; Duluth,
looks like snow; Illinois, Kansas, Missouri,
Nebraska, partly cloudy, 2S to 33; Ohio val
ley, clear to cloudy, 35 to 40."
Argentine wheat shipments for the week
were 313,000 bushels to the United kingdom,
890,000 bushels to the continent and 12s, 000
bushels to non-European ports.
Terminal receipts, in cars, were reported
toy the Merchants' Exchange as foilow-s:
Portland Wheat. Barley.Flour.Oats. Ha.
Saturday 28 4 14 1 in
Year aso 4 1 ' S 17
Total this week 105 14 140 1 E.7
Year ago 1 23 27 53 7:
"Season to date. 6467 917 19'.'i; 005 2092
Year ago 3047 23 7S0 1113 1072
Reason to date.4lS 31 .... 137 10-13
Year ago 397 75 .... 220 1594
Friday 11 4 5
Year ago 2
Season to date.4S29 64 3009 flit 2251
Y'ear ago 3716 2tis 1303 941 2645
LITTLE ACTIVITY IN FOTATO TRADE.
-jSo Price Changes of Importance in Produc
The produce market was very slow locally
with $1.50 the top quotation on Oregon and
Yakima stock. Shipments from Oregon were
two cars to Stockton and one ach to Red
ding and San Francisco.
Producing sections showed little activity,
no noticeable price changes occurring- North
ern sacked stock was firmer in the Chicago
carlot market at $1.65$r 1.90. Jobbing steady
at about this same range in other Middle
ivestern markets. Bulk New York stock do
elined to $1.95&2.13 in eastern markets but
Maine Green Mountains held steady at $2.10
j2.23 in New York and ruled at $2.33 in
Pittsburg. Colorado sacked white stock was
stronger at $1.80 1.90 carlots in Ft. Worth
and Oklahoma city. Shipments were one
hundred cars below the last few days, but
still one hundred cars above the recent av
era ge. 1
BUTTER NOT SO FIRM AT CLOSE
March. April. May.
Oats. No. 2 white feed $44.1.0 $44 .00 $44. UO
Barley, standard feed.. 45.O0 4fl."0 4J.00
Earlev. standard "A".. 45.00 46 00 43.00
F.ast.rn oats and corn in
Oats. 3S-lb. clip'd white 45.50 45.50 4.1.00
Corn. No. 3 yellow 55.50 53.0U rj.00
Corn. No. 3 mixed 54.50 54.00 54.00
WHEAT Government basis. $2.20 per bo.
FLOUR Patents. $11.05 per bbl.; bakers".
$10,70410.85- whole wheat, $8.8510; gra
ham. $9.6509.80. whole wheat. $.S51030.
MILLFEh-d Mill run. f. o b. mill, carlots
$40 per ton; mixed cars. $40.50: ton lots or
over, $42; less than tons, $43; rolled barley.
S52't54: rolled oats, $53 53; ground oar.ey.
CORN Whole, ton. $64 3 66; cracked. $86
HAY Buying prices, f. o. b. Portland;
Eastern O'egon timothy. $30032 per ton;
alfalfa, $23.50; valley grain hay, $26; clover,
$26&27; straw. $9S'tO.
Dairy and Country Frodnra.
BUTTER Cubes extra. 61 He lb.; prints,
parchment wrappers, extra, box lots. 62c;
cartons, 63c. half boxes, 'tc more: less than
half boxes, lc more; butterfat. No. 1. 62c 'a
63c per pound, station.
EGOS Oregon ranch, case count, 3Sc;
candled, 3c; selects, 41c.
CHEESE Tillamook, f o. b Tillamook:
Triplets. 30c; Young Americas, 31c; Coos and
Curry, f. o. b.. Myrtle point, triplets, 29c;
Young Americas, 30c; ionghorns, 30c.
POULTRY Hens, 3032c; roosters. 18c:
stags, 21c; ducks. 40c; geese. 20c; turkeys,
live. 34'o35c; dressed. 41 45c
VEAL Fancy, '22c per pound.
PORK. Fancy. 22,-..c per pound.
Fruits and Vegetables.
Local jobbing quotations:
FKUITS Oranges, navels, $4.751G.23; lem
ons, $4.25&5.75 per box; bananas, .frtllc
per pound: appies, $l.5'(4 per box; grape
fruit. $3.5& .
VEGETABLES Cabbage. $1.5093 per
100 pounds; lettuce. $3.50lr24.25 per crate;
peppers. 40c per pound; celery. $9ilo per
crate; artichokes, $1.50; cauliflower, $1.50
g.3.50 per crate; squat-h, 8Vc per pound;
utrets. $.25 per saCK. tatiotl, $1.75 per sack,
turnips. $22.23 per sack; cucumbers. $2.2$
per dozen; tomatoes, $3.50 per box; spinach,
$1.60 per box: peas, 2oc per pound.
POTATOES Oregon i-iuruanks. graded,
$1.25&1.5U; Yakimas, $1.251.50; sweets,
ONIONS Oregon, Jobbing price, $34 par
Local jobbing quotations;
SUGAR Sack basis: Fruit and berry.
$9.55: beet, $9.2o: extra C. $9.15; powdered
in barrels, $iu..a; cuoes .n oarreis, $10.45.
NUTS Walnuts, 27'o:35c; Brazil nuts, 32c.
filberts, 28c: almonds, 24(30c; peanuts, 15c
SALT Halt-grouna, loos, $lo.UO per ton;
60s, $17.25 per ton; dairy. $25 per ton.
RICE Unbroken, Unfile per pound,
BEANS Jobbing prices: While. 814
lOtac; colored, bi&Bc.
COFFEE Roasted, In drums, 25 40c.
Local Jobbing quotations:
HAMS All sizes, choice, 36 37c; stand
ard. 354l'36c; skinned. 84c; picnic, 25c,
cottage roll, 33c
LAUD Tierce basis. .26 Vic; compound,
JK Y SALT Short, clear backs. 27S3c;
Hops. Mobalr, Fie
HOPS Oregon, 1918 crop, 8eg)40o per
poL.nct. 1919 contracts, 30c per pound.
MullAlK Long staple. Sob: short staple,
20c; burry, 10tl5c
TALLOW No. 1, 5e per pound; No. 2, 4c
per pound; grease. No. 1, 3c; No. 2, 8c per
CASCARA BARK 13c per pound.
. . Sales. High. Low. Bid.
Am ytet Sugar. 1.2'tO 70 7 1 1- 714
American Can.. 11,01,1) 4s; 47-, 4s',
Am Car Fdry 1.3O0 93 92 ' 92
American Loco, ln.f.oo f.s Si 67 'j s
Am Sm H..-l', fr.3O0 70 '-j ti9 1. 7h'h
Am .Suar Ilff. 700 119-is 119 111
Amer Tel & Tel. 7l0 ions,, lnfl 1"
Anae.mda C".p.. 6,io 02 a! '2
Atchison 20 93 97 9"'Ti
A G W 1 3 S L 8.o0 109 107-i 1
Bait Ar Ohio ... I.IOO 4Sl; 47'. 45
Bethlehem B .. 25.2'" 69 T, 7't rt9Ti
B s opp.;r. . arm 1: 19-i mi
Calif Petrol ... 7uo 27'V 27'3 27
Canadian Paclf. 400 1".3 l't2'. 183"
Central l.eathfr 3,0 OS'.- bS 61.
Ches a,- Ohio ... 900 59 '" 31
Chi M 81 I' . . 1.900 37 3;, 87
C R I P ctfs. 1.2'to 23 241 24Vi
Chlno Copp-r .. 2.3IIO 34"i 31 84
Colo Fu Iron. 1.4nO 41 41M- 40 !4
Corn Prod Rrfg 1.900 43'3 47 ' 4S"H
Crucible Steel.. I2.0OO 65' o::". I"... 2
Cuba Cane Sug. 0.5OO 24i-. 2't ' 241,.
rOMIll Securities 4 3 no 61V fil
Erie 2.2O0 17 H 17 17';
General Electric. 1.VT,
General Motors. S.60O 157Vi 155, lliil:
'it Nor prd .... 300 01 a-;"., 91
Gt Nor Ore ctfs 3,000 40'i 30? 40
Illinois Central . . . . ..... 99
Inr.&,ir Copfie.- .. 9.6U0 4S 47'-. 47 S
In M M prd ... 37.7O0 109 ti 107 losi,
Inter Nickel ... fi.imo 2'1't 25 2i'
Inter Paner . B.000 4 47 4SS
K c Southern .. 200 19". i:it lfl-i,
Kennecott Cop.. 4.100 311-, 30r 31'.!;
Louis & Nash ..... 113
Maxwell Motors. ilOO 304 861. .".6-4
Mexican Petrol. 12.1"0 ls4i in 13
Miami Copp. r .. 1 IOO 23'-. 23 2".'.
Missouri Pacific 2.200 24- 2i; 24"
Montana I'ower. .'loo 76-'i 76 71a
Nevada Copper. 2oo 10, l'i'4 ICS
N" Y Central ... 1.300 7.1 -75 75'.
N Y N H H . . 13,7oO 34' 32 821
Norf . West ... 2O0 104 -. 10.' 1 o
Northern Pacif. 3O0 93 93' 93 u
Pacific Mail ... 200 s:;' 3;: 83 1,
Pennsvlvanla .. 900 44 . 44 '.i 44',-
Pittsburg C0.1l.. 1.2O0 4S' 48 4S
Kay Comal Cop. 3.4O0 197 19"4 10,
Reading 7 HO0 SI1. !-4 K 1 J.
Rep Ir Steel.. 6.800 MU 79 M
Shat Ariz Cop.. 60O 10 10 10
Southern Paclf. 12. 600 103 U I021; 103 1.
Southern F.y ... 2.000 2:1, 29 M, 29S,
Studebaker Cor. I.200 'Kit, 59 s. 61 S
Texas Co I.IOO 193'.i 193 193 '-i
Union Pacific .. 6,7oo 131 mmi 130't
I" S Ind Alcohol 7.3HO 121 129 i2K
U S Steel 101.500 97 95H 97
do pfd H4Ni
Utah Copper ... 6.300 73 70. 72'4
Westing Electric 2,700 45 "j". 45.
Eastern Eggs and Cheese.
NEW YORK, March S. Eggn. unsettled:
receipts. O970 cases, f resh-gatiiered extras.
41fi44'-;c; f res'i-gathered I eguiar-packel
extra firsts. 4343'-c; ditto firsts. 414 if
heese. firm: receipts. 14RS: stste whole
milk flats, current make, specials. 32fj52Uc;
ditto average run. 31 ic
CHICAriO, March 8 Eggs. hlhr. Re
ceipts, lo.577 ca-es. firsts. 35 JJS'ir; or.M
nary first.. 37 a 'ft 37.c; at mark, cases in
cluded. S7'i 'a 3c
Seattle Llvei-tock Market.
PRATTLE. March 8. Hogs R-Clpt 170,
steady to strong. Prime 1 1 7.35 n I 7 me
dium to choice. $17,211117.45; roucil heav
ies. $13.30 sl.VtM: pIKS, $1 5 2t( 1...9U.
Cattle Keceipte 111, sTe.dv. Best I'.rra
$1 1.50'.f 14.00; medium to choice stern. $10 311
if 11.00; common to good steers, $7.l0fil0;
b st cows alio heifers. $. 1101 1 1.O0; com
mon to good cows and heifers. $3.C0f 7.50:
bulls. $5.00 S.0O; calves. $7. OO 12.50.
European Markets Are Opening; Up
Rapidly to Free Trading and
Demand Will Increase.
In announcing the discontinuance of fixed
hog prices, which was made necessary by
the war board's rescinding of license regula-I
tlons on pork products exportatlons. the I
food administration says, in statement i
made public jesterday:
"In view of the action of the war-trade
hoard the food admlnixiration can make no
furth-r ctforl to st.-ibllizu price. Neverthe
less, from S3 to 110 per cent of the hogs
dcailned for market, whlcii were to be ob
lects of this undertaking, have been sold.
1 lie European demand for hog products will
increase ratlivr than dltnlnlih. The supply
of live hogs coming to market in March
anil April v til be greatly reduced in num
ber.. The Eur.jtesn markets ure opening
rapidly to free trading lit hog products ar.d
the area to be supplied Is being made In
creasingly accessible The enemy countries
are to be given opportunity 10 secure hog
proQueIS utl,cr foods. It In tiosslble,
therefore, that, as a consequence of the gen
eral fcltua:ln. the prices of hoes and pork
may go higher than the stabilised prices
which have been maintained and which the
food administration desired to be coutlnued
to March 81. neL"
At the Ineal yards there was the usual
Saturday dull trading with only four loads
In. prices at the close were eteady and un
changed. Receipts were 3'J cattle. 313 hogs and 33
The day's alcs were as follows:
Wrt.Prlce.l Wrt. I'rtr-
9 steers.. HIT. $12.imi 8 hogs.... 149 15. .".O
2 cons... 920 I2.O1O J hnro. ... 20 13.;'..".
73 I-ol-s ;! 17.35 21 lambs... 7 1575
9 tlns... 5s ; Vl.iMI 11 lambs 7S 11 0 '
30 hogs... 142 14.5 2S lambs... 63 12. no
16 hogs... 19: 17.25
loc.li itveeiock quotations
VVE OWX AND OFFER. SUBJECT TO PRIOR. SALE AND CHANGE IN
BULLETIN NUMBER 97.
Government and Municipal Bonds
SAVANNAH. Ga.. March 8. Turpentine,
firm. 64c; sales 54 barrels, receipts 77 bar
rel., shipments 23 barrels, slock 23.100 barrels.
Rosin, rominal. sales none: rece'pts 104
barrels, shipments 110 barrels, sfj'k 06.
470 barrels. Quote: B. $13.10: .'. 1'. $13.15:
F. $13.20: G, $18.25; H. $13.80; 1. $13.65: K.
$15.73; M. $16.25; N. W U, $16.-0. WW.
Coffee Futures Steady.
NEW TORK. March 8. TJ-e market for
coriee imurri snowea renewea siesainess
today on moderate buying by houses with
Wall street and New Orleans conreetinns.
Closing bids: May. 15.25c; July, ll .'.sc: Sep
tember. 14.23e; OrtohYr, 14.14c; U-.-ccmbc r.
13.i-c; January, si.i.une; March, u.iinc.
Spot cofoe, quiet. Rio is. 15c; Santos
4s. 21 Uc
Ejrern Reirrv rs Are I-urgcr.
NEW YORK. March 8. The actual con
dition of clearing house banks and trust
companies for the week shows that they
hold $49,911,070 reserve In excess of leual
requirements. This Is an Increase of $9,-
i32,bio irom last week.
U S ref 2s reg. . "97 hi IPenn eon "4 Vs. ."flSti
U S ref 2s cou..'97Vr:U P 4s so
T7 S 3i reg 9 jlT S Sieel 3s....K'0
IT S 3.s cou 9 S P cv -5s 104
IT S 4s reg. . . . 1o4 ' Anglo-Fr. 5s 07
U S 4s cou. . . . "I04 . . U S Liberty 3'sb 9S.64
Atchiim tien 4i 2'.;1 do lt inn 4s.. 94. 40
. Dried Fruit at New York.
NEW YORK. March 18. Evaporated ap
NEW YORK. March 8. Cotton Spot
steady; middling 20.75c.
Duluth Llrsieed Market.
DULUTH. March 8. Linseed. $3.'
Geod to choice steer.
Medium to good steers .......
lr 10 co fj Meera .... ...
t'ommoa 10 fair steers.........
Cri"!.: ceres and heifers
Good to choice cows, belters...
Medium to g'od cows, nelfers...
Filr to tucdtum cows, .belters...
bio kers and feeders
Mtoium mled ................
rai to mcuium ;sn:bs
..$! 5n 14 ia
.. II IJ'tli T5
1 . T - I 1 T
'. . K.- Oo 19 7 1 !
8 50 it 3 50
. . 10 r 0 n 12 nit
8 ltrt 9 73
7 75 j ST1
C.0O J TN
1 1:1 -. 5 on
9 00 a 1 1 00
17 2S 17 5"
15.-.". I -. 3 0
13 U0J li 00
1 t nc .1 1 4 M
10 on -11 tii
9.00 e 10 ou
6.50 a & 71
Shlprar-nts fo the Leading Markets of the
Pacific North xe-ot.
State origins of decks of lUrstock loaded
March 7. 1919:
Ca'tle. itor.es. Mxd
Calves Hogs Sheep muUs stock.
l e week sec. 9 5 .... 1 1
lour w'ks ago. 10 5 .... .... 3
One yr s c.. .
shington . . .
One week ago.
"our w'i.s U'to.
One y,.ir ao.
.-"ut h 1 'akoia . .
Washington . . .
One week ago.
I-our . ka hko. 1 2 1
One yrnr ao. 1 1 I
Loaded for a'l American tnark.-lM
Total.- March 7123 145.: 4i ls,t
One we-k ago.lIM P'.O 275 1 : t
l-"oiir w'ks uo.ll.'iS 1.".s,i ;4iii '-'
4 IS 24
3 0 5
43.000 'Astoria. City cf. Ore.. Mtirtcipal..
1.000 Bend. City of. ore.. Kirs) Equip..
I.000 t Dulles City, orceon. Kfdp;
BOO tForfst Grove, City of. Ore.. Kfdn .
13.000 'Portland. City of. tire. Water
S.ooo 'Portland. City of. Ore, Water.
4,000 'Portland. Oregon. City Hall
500 tl'orflaud. City of. Ore., Imp
1.000 fWallowa, City of. Ore.. Imp
l,2S2t- " "
4.000 'Clarke County. Wash.. Fur.dir.p; . .
S.OOO 'Kintr Co. Wash., Ibrbor Imp..
1.000 'Seattle. Wash., fc. l. No. 1
l.OCo 'Seattle. Wash., S. p. No. 1. fer. 8.
n.000 'Seattle, Watfh., S. I. No. 1
9.000 'Seattle. City of. Wash., Kridr-c.
12. POO . - " "
4I.oon'AU.erta. Province of
18.600'AIl.erta. Province of
24.333 Alleria. I'rovlree of. Otia rantecd .
76.000 'Uritish Columbia. Province of....
32.076 Dominion of Canada fiuaraiiteed .
r.OJ liominion of far.ada War Loan...
135.000 'Edmonton. City of. Cold Notes...
26.000 'tjreater Winnipeg Water Iis
74.000 'Creater WlnntpeK Water His
24. 000 'Creater YInnIneJ Wnter Dis
P9.O00 'Mnnliol'a. lrovlnie of
2.000 'Point Ui-fy. B. C. Municipal
2. 000 "
Denotes fra licnal bo-id. (lifnetrs $30 denomination. tDenotea $100
denornina tioti. tPe.ioifa boi.ds of $100 denomination. 'Denotes bonds of
?1000 denomination. JDenotes bond, of 1100, $300 and $1000 denomina
tion. )Penotcs bondts of U?72 denomination. (Denotes bonds of 973. Si
If you mutt sell your Liberty Bonds, tell to us.
If you can buy more Liberty Bonds, buy from us
We buy and we seli Lil'erty lionds at the market.
JOl CANOT HO BKTTI'.n Vol' MAY DO ORK
On Saturday. March $. v. paid the following: prices for I'nited states
Government Liberty Loan Bonds', which v. ere the closinn New York
market prices plus the accrued interest:
S'is 1st 4s 4s 1st IV,s 2d4'.s 5,1 (' 4th4'.s
S9.46 !S.33 94.?7 S-5.61 r5.3i 97.31 93.63
In purchasinjr Liberty Bonds e deduct from the above priors 37c on
a $."0 Bond and $2.f0 on a $1000 Bor.d.
In scllintr Liberty Bonds wo charge the New Tork market price plua
the accrued Interest.
Barstlar and Fireproof Safe llepoolt . auiti.
sAi'i: DEi'osrr hoxes run hcm
MORRIS BROTHERS, Inc.
The Premier Manlelpnl Bond llsu.e
Kstabliahed Over 25 leara
309311 STARK STRF.KT, BUT. Sill A O OTI1 II.ItOl.M) i l uOKl
Telepkone Itruadtvay .J31
Siskatonn. City of
United Kingdom lit. Hritaln Ai lr
Victoria, City of. Province R. C.
te Maturity Price Yield
5 AA-O 192S-CS I00.0O S.0O
6 MX 1933 101.72 S 25
6 MA..V 1920 lt).9S 5.00
6 M&X 1935 10S 21 5.2S
4 MAS 1937 93. 66 4 50
5 JA-.r i?::. lol SI 4.50
5 Ji.l 1922 loo 1S 4 7ia
6 M&S 192t-;3 100.96 5.0i
5s JAJ 1926 102 S3 HH
6 'a .IA-.I 1927 K.'20 CIO
3': JcJ 192ti 1U2.S6 3.10
4 .l&.I 1921 9S.14 4 $0
4'i Nov 1.71 9S.13 4.70
4 MAN I2S 95 tm 4 70
4'i MAN 19:' 9 53 4 70
4- MAS 1926 9S2 .70
5 .IX-.! 1930 101 25 4.8i
5 J J li-Dl 1"1 34 4 C
f. Joi.l 1932 101.42 4.C.1
5 Jei.1 ini.r.O 4.V.
6 J&J 1934 10137 4. $i
41-i F&A 1924 93. G 3. SO
5S JA-.I 1939 100.90 3.30
4 MAX" 1939 S'$9 R.R0
4'i J&J l?2fi 93.92 5 30
5--s M&S 19T,9 lnii.oA 3. 50
4 J&-.1 19t".2 75.32 5.30
5Vi MiS 1923 109 00 f. 30
6 F&-A 1924 100 0O .0
5 JiJ 1921 97.71 e.0i
B J.t 1922 9 .00
5 KA-A 1923 9 50 6.00
5i FcA 1939 1O0 00 5.50
5 1"&A 192S 92. S4 ti.OO
5 FA A 1929 92.29 COO
5 K&A 1930 91. 7S 00
5 KeiA 1931 91.29 .0O
5 KA 1932 90. 4 6.0O
3 KA.-.V 193 90.00 00
5 FctA 1936 $9.2 6.0O
, 5 For A 193S 60 00
, 5 JAVJ 194 4 S714 .C0
. 5-i KA 1937 101.10 S.41
. 5 4 AYO 19X9 97.01 6.73
. S'-i AAO 194C 96.9 5.75
. 61- AA-O 1942 96. SO 6. 75
. JJ 1923 93 23 5.75
o. 1 12S
t - R CI ref 5s 49
N Y C deb 6s. . 9i
Nor Pac 4m R3
Nor Pac. 3m 5R;
Pac T t T Co. .92.
do 2d 4s 93.1
do 1st con 4I4S 94 0.
do 2d con 44s. Pt.O-J
do 3.1 414 s 95 32
do 4th 4 Us.... 94.04
Mining Stocks at Rostnn.
BOSTON, March 8. Closing quotations:
CORM BREAKS SHARPLY
FARM RKSKRVES MVCH LARGEK
A t Com
Cal & Ariz..
Continental . . .
Cop Ran;e Con
IfIc Koyalte. ...
fake Copper.. .
40 N'nrth Kutte.
. . K Old Dominion . . .
. . r7 ' .'SCeotfa. .........
. .40.1 IQumcy
. . 3 3 'Superior
41-4.-S)ip &. Boston . . .
'A ;l 'tali Con
3. ijranby Con
f3 itireene Cananaa .
4 1 '
70 hk 1
Money .Exchange, Etc
NKW TORK. March 8. Mercantile paper
SierlinK unchnnced. Franri, demand, 5.4S;
cables, u.47. Guilders, demand, 4; cables.
41 L(. Lire nnchancd.
Mexican dollars un-fhanged.
March S. Money and discount
blower Movemexxt at High I Tires Leads to
The butter market showed Indications of
weakening at the close. Cube extras sold at
61 cents, but buyers were not disposed
to take on more than they needed for the
day. Several of the city creameries were
ehadinsf print prices to stimulate business.
Local butter receipts on Friday as reported
by the bureau of markets:
Receipts for the week were 27, OSS pounds.
against '23, 05 pounds on the same days last
week and since March 1. 41. ISO pounds.
Juir.Tf riUCEtf CHECK APPLK SALES
Ivocal Market Is Maintained as Supplies Are
"With the recent advance the demand for
apples has slackened but local supplies are
very light and prices are maintained with
In the eastern markets extra fancy "Wine
eaps were quoted steady at $4 44.60. New
York Baldwins A were quiet at ship
pins points, moving slowly at a general
range of $9.50tg 10.50 in most leading mar
kets but advanced to $10 in Chicago and
ruled $11 In Columbus.
Rodent exports to England from Balti
more included 14,532 boxes and from New
York. --03 boxes cf apples.
Coos Bay Cheese Offered.
Cheese is now being quoted by the Coos
and Curry counties cheese association at
cents lor triplets and i0 cents for .Young
GASOLINE Bulk, l!lc. engine distillate,
bulk, Jo'c; kerosene, bulk. 11 c; cases,
LtNSEEt) Oil- Raw, barrels, $1.80; case a.
l.;o. bohed, barrels, $l.b2; cases, $1.92.
TCKPENTINE in tanks, hue; cases, 3c
Hides and Pelts.
""HIDES No. 1 salt-cured hides. 30 pounds
i.nd up, 13c; No. 1 part-vurd hides, 0
pounds and up. 11 He; No. 1 green hides.
i0 pounds and up, 10c; No. i salt-cured
bulls. 00 pounds and up, lOc ; No. 1 part
cured bulls, !jO pounds and up, 8Ci No. 1
green bulls, bO pounas and up, 7c. The price
on No. 1 hides is lc per pound less than for
No. 1 of same kind. Iso. 1 calfskins up to 15
pounds, 33c; No. 2 calfskins up to 15 pounds,
ole; No. 1 kip, 15 to 30 pounds, 18c; No. 2
Kip, 15 to 30 pounds. lUc; dry flint hides.
pounds ana up, .iiu, ary mm can, under
pounds, 21c; dry salt hides, 7 pounds and
up 2-c; ary sait. can, unoer i pounas, s.c;
ary cull hides, hail price; ary liint stags
or nulls, lsc; ary sait stags or dumb, vie
dry cull stags or bulls, half price; dry horss
bides, according to size ana catte-on, 1 50
to $2.30 each; salted horse hides, $3 to $3.
KLTs -ry long-wooi peita. per pound.
20c; salted long-wool pelts. $1.502.30
each, dry long-haired goat skins, per pound.
20c; dry short-haired goat skins, each. A3o
CURRENCY DEMAND CAINS SLIGHTLY
Increase In Gold Unserves Also lie ported by
WASHINGTON, March 8. Slightly in
created demand for currency is indicated
by the federal reserve board's we-klv fi
nancial statement, showing $lti.00",ooo more
federal reserve notes in circulation than
a we. k ago. Clold reserves also Inrrcawetl
$13,000,0i0 and bills on hand $3,000,000.
The reserve bank's condition at the cloe
of business last night was reported aa fol
Gold cuin and certificates $ 3ll.0T0.000
Gold settlement fund, federal
rr serve board 311 .227.000
Gold Aith foreign agencies.... 5.20,000
Oats Also AYoakciied by Icarlli o
ornmcnt Supply IXcport; Strons
Hogs Lift Pr6vUloii5.
CHICAGO, March S. Downward swings
in the corn market resulted today from the
government report how ing that tarm re
serves were much larger than any private
estimate. The close was unsettled, lc to
J C net lower wU h May $ 1 .32 1 , to $1.32
and July $1.26; to $1.2i1. Oats finished
lc to 2c down and proviMons up r.rt; to fl.
In oats as in corn the main factor was
the bearish government report.
Provisions were dom inut:d by the ex
ceptional strength of the hog market.
leading futures ranted as lolluus;
Open. nirh. Low. Cln.
$ 1 :i2 $ 1 $1 :;., $ i . 1 1
1.2ti'i 1.2St 1.3a l,2r4
.2T -fi0"i .fiftS
.61 4 .00 :u '
4.1. 20 42 73 43 00
il.OO 4U 00
May 2V 1 0 20 12 20 10 Cfl.i-j
July...,, 27.4 1 2-"4 7 23 40 23.47
Total gold held by banks t '. 12tJ.oo
Oolil wit n federal r-Eerve afcts. J. lti:;. to.ntHi
t-old reJenipilon fund 11 7.31 3. ooo
Total gold reserves $J
Legal tender notes, silver, etc .
Total reserves $2,203,402,000
Secured by government war ob
All other 1 240. )ftt
lil'Aa bought In open market .. 2 1 :;,4'.;i.ooo
AN Jr BANClbCO PROIJLCfc. MARKET
Prices Cnrrent oa Eggs, Vegetables. I-reab
rrtilt. Etc., at liny City.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 8. Eggs Fresh
extras. 40'-jc; fresh exira pullets, u( Uc.
Cheese New lira is, su'vc; wregoo, yoang
Poultry Hem, large, 3 (tj38c; small, 40
g41c; oung roosters. 30if41c; fryers and
broilers, 50ij 53c; turkeys, dressed, 41 '043c:
geese. 2y 31c; pigeons, $2.23 w 3; square,
00 !& 63c.
Vegetables Asparagus, .jo.tc; celery, s
8.rf0; squash, cream, 75cQ.$l; rhubarb.
$1.75 & 2; eggplant. 6 10c; p uppers, oeli.
0 25c ; chile, 2j& 30c; tomatoes, Nx
1, 34; iectuce, los Ange.es. $3 3.25;
potatoes, Salinas. $2. 5S3; rivers, sl.50-0
2; sweets, $3 '4 3. 25; dry onions, $44.23;
fcreen. $1.25 dox: gariic. aO'8'40c. cau.l
flower, 50 473c ; beet?. $1.50 Gt 1.75 ; carrots.
$l.r0ia 1.73; turnips. $1.10 fi 1.73; green peas.
11 12c; rhubarb, $3&3.o; musiirooms, 25
ij'oiic, orusse.H spiuuts. tiiUSc: cucumoers
$1 a 4-50; spinach, 2&3c; cabbage, early flat
Dutch. oO rfOoc.
Fruit Lemons, ' $3 4.25 ; oranges. .$4.50
4.75; tangerines, and mandarines. $2 50
3.25; grapefruit, $2.50&4; bananas. B-Sy
TVc; pineapples. $2.50&4; apples. New
town Pippins. $2.23 5t 3 ; Oregon Spitzenberg,
$3&3.50: pears. Winter Nellis. $31.
Iteceipts Flour, 440 quarters; barley,
5053 centals; beans. Iin5 sacks: potatoes,
10.4:11 sacks; onions. 521 sucks; hay. 70 tons;
hides, 257 ; wine. 41.sfur gallons.
Total Mils on hand . ..$2,161,220.01,0
Lnitd States government long-
term securities 27,057,000
untt.'d state rovernnient snort-
term securities A 15:.853,Oin
All other earning assets ...... 4.00
Total earning assets . ..
UncoMected ftt ms and other de
ductions from gross d-poslis.
Five per cf-nt redemption fund
wsai.iHt federal reserve bank
All other resources
Tot al resources
Capital paid tn
tjovernment deposits .
Uu to members reserve aect. .
Deferred availability Items ..,
Oilrer d-"polt. Including for
eign government credits ...
May 2... 77 23.77
July 22. .'.O 2 2. j 2 22.37
C:ish prices were:
Corn No. 3 yellow, fl.rH; No.
$1.:.7; No. 5 yellow. $1.341.35.
O. its No. o white. iJ'i ii iiuuc:
00' '.1 61c.
Hyr No. 2. fl 45.
Hurley SO u ft-.
Timothy $7.5o, 10.30.
Ribs $25 y 26.
Minneapolis Grain Market.
MINNEAPOLIS, March 8. Barley,
Flax, $3.77 1? 3.79.
Chl-ragA I.fveotork Market.
CHICAGO. March 8. ill. S. liur-aii of
Murkets. Hugs UpoipiH 7H-. market
in of ly 25t t 4c hig uer t'taa yestTd.y"s '
average. Bulk of KiiifM st.s 1. l wi- hni. h. 1
era. .1 .7." -r l vl5 ; light. li.23 ! l3; park.
in. $17.73 .i is 75: thmw-oms. 17.' 17.73;
Iigf. y: ouil to choice. $1X. 25 n I 7.73.
"att le Re-fipi s Iimc), rom;.w el with n
wM-k ago. Rwd and choir' beef sixers nni
hnth'r cattle ste:id; 01 Jn rs uiivt-n'y 25c t
Tf: lower; ranmrK T-(r lonr: deMraMe fed
tn. nifHily to mrtinK; licht to4-kers, 25c
lnw-'-r; calves, .'(K t 73: h.irher.
jM.eep Receipt looo. cominrrl It h a
week a so, market most I y to 75o hi k her.
Oumhn LlveMoi'k Market.
OMAHA. Ma:rh .S. Mos R e c e I p I .
14.000; nurk.t. 15c to 2"" hit;hr. llervy.
$17.3'i IS. I": mixed. $17.4u-yi 173: llvht. !
$1. 75 1 V5; pigs, $12 '!. bu.k of salts.'
Cattle Kcceiprs. 0 ; market steady. Na-
t've Kteers. $15'' IS. 75: cow anil heifers.
$7.50-- 1 1.23; w.v-leri. steert. $10 -i 10: Tf-va"
s:rr?, 13. 5o; cows and hetfers. $7 t
12.5!i; ea;iner. $-Im 7: stockers and fedt rs.
$0..nii li.5u; calves. $s 1 1.
Sheeji Kev-e.pts. l'n; murktl steady Cul.s.
$0-i 15; -wethrrs, $1:i15; ew.e. $7" :;.
laii.ls. $ls 1 in; f.-eder bmbi, $117.75;
jmi lings, $ 1 17
DAILY ME ! EOKOl OGICAL RI1PORT.
PORTLAND. Or.. Mar- h V M.Imi.m
t-nipfraiun. 4! d- ftr- . niiion.uni tenipe.a
ti: : .' ! grt a. Kut r rullnir, s A. M.,
eliine in Inst 24 Imurx, 0.5-'l fali.
Tt.tul r.-la;;.Il (5 1. M. to 5 p. M . 1 li, - ;
totnl 1 aim :ill inct S.-;lember I. o-T t.7
ln !u'; i rmal r,.i' ,l titm e S- pt- .lib r I.
21 liit- i-r.. (iefl' i Ti4'v ol luinia.l iiun
t.'iubr 1. 1-M .". inth. Sunnir, H..i7 A. M :
Mii.t, r,:M7 P. M.; toi:il ninftiiur. ." huurM 15
minutes; possible wiiri-nhTne. 11 riour min-
Utr. Moo:, rise. 1 U 22 A. M. : moon .-ft. 1 P.
M. rHronuUr ' ;eutieei s-a I vd t, P. M.,
;ii. 17 im-hetf; iclaiiv hutnidtty at 11001, 77
p r cent.
Have you preparotl your Income and Var-Exces Trofits Tax Rolurn?
This company offers you its Fcrviccs.
INCOME TAX ADYISORY CORPORATION
626-627 Corbott rSuildins, Portland, Orcpon
Telephone Main 111
Alox C. Kar. C. P. A- President
Arthur F. Jon , A. C. A St-e'y-Treas.
Harrett Randall, Attorney-Manner
V. 7 20.000
Total gross deposits $2,401,287,000
Federal reserve noies in actual
pWlt ral reserve notes In circula
tion net liability l.fi.501.0no
All other liabilities 20.70:..OoO
PORK PRICKS HIGHER.
We pay 22c fbr top block pork.
"We pay 22c for top quality veal.
We never charge commission,
Frank L. Smith Meat Co.,
"Fight. the Beef Trust."
228 Alder St., rortland. Or.
Total liabilities $18.104.22.168K
Kalio of total reserves to net d?ioit and
federal reserve note liabilities combined, 51.0
. Ratio of gold reserves to federal reserve
notes in circulation after 1 setting aside 33
per cent against net deposit liabilities, 63.3
GRAVE PROBLEMS ARE DISCOUNTED
Pronounced Increase In Activity In Wall
NEW YORK, March ft. Pronounced ex
pansion of activity on the stock exchange
this week neigntenea me impression preva
lent In speculative quarters that the coun
try has discounted many of the grave prob
lems which clouded the financial horizon In
the first months of the post-war period.
Average price stocks In the Industrial di
vision and specialties Identified with that
varied group not only rose to highest levels
so far this year, but in several noteworthy
instances actual new maximums were made.
Defeat of the general deficiency .bill caused
moderate re versa 1 among rails, which were
fully retrieved later.
i'oreinubt Lajakiu Interests are expected
Grain at Kan raneisro.
SAN FRANCISCO, Mrch a, Flour $11.50
Orain Wheat, federal basis, $2.20; white
feed oats, unquoted; California yellow corn.
$2 Mist 2.3 : barley, feed. $1.1)2 Va.
Hay vv heat or w heat and oats, $2' 7t 22 ;
tame oat?, ?:iy: Ui; barley. JH'g li, ul
falfa. $10'.lw; barley straw, 50 4 tmc.
Meals Alfalfa, 32 it 34c; cocoanut, un
Yakima Highways to Be Aided.
FIRST MORTGAGES AND FIRST MORTGAGE BONDS
Interest anil principal collected and remitted without expense.
COMMERCE SAFE DEFOSIT AND MORTGAGE
91 Third St. Ground Floor Chamber of Commerce Bldp. Main 3067
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YAKIMA, Wash., March 8. (Special.)
By matching- expenditures on Mate
highways constructed under the Dona-
hoe road law aeainRt federal highway
contributions, the Yakima county com
missioners hope this year to obtain the
expenditure of $300,000 of federal funds
in this county this season. They also
have assurance irom tne state highway t san Prancisco
commission that $350, ooo of state funds s.-attl
will be spent in trading 20 miles of the ltk:l
Yakima-fclUensburg road, preparatory ' VaV-onia
to. nara sunacing next year.
P. -? tor.
( '.-.Vary . . . .
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Kurrka . . . .
t J (l.U-TU
1 .of s
M.trjtlr: Iti .
. w i i.-ans..
North Head . .
Nor t h Yakima
St. L .i is .
Noted "Y" Worker In Spokane.
SPOKANE, March 8. J. G. White,
educational secretary of the interna
tional committee of the Y. M. C. A.,
stopped here en route to his head
quarters in New York city from San
Francisco for a conference with local
Y. M. C. A. officials. Mr. White was
In Germany for eight months, with
supervision over 2&0.000 allied pris
oners of war.
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llrokrra. Mm-Us. Bonds. Col ton.
raln. t lr.
Sl-S17 IIOAKI) (II TKADK nl.nr
Corrre.r-nn'l'-nls of lIo ItryaD,
ihlrato and Nw lork.
Kfw lork -tork Exrhanco.
"lilrasro Slork Csrhanco.
Itoston !-tock Kxrlianc
Cblrano Board or Tradr.
York (olloa Lirhanc..
Jirm Orleans Cotton r:rtianis.
New York Coff- Eirhnr.
Nenr York rrodoc. Kxclianso.
Ll.rrpool Cotton Am'o.
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CHEHALIS, Wash., March 8. (Spe
cial.) March 24 ami 25 the semi-annual
convention of the Washington Associa
tion of Commercial urcanlzation of
Secretaries will be held at Pasco. .Yes
terday a committee of the organization
met in this city and arranged a pro
graiuuitt lor tlie Pasco meeting.
Portlnnd and vicinity Kalr:
lil:ilu---r air. ,
KT'VJ.r T,. WKTl.T ff. TeT oroToTTlT
WashlnRton Fair; moderate
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THE TRUTH ABOUT
THE OIL BUSINESS
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.Hailed 1 pom Itrqurat i rite
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Furni!ilnp Farts and Irformutlon ASout
the, t'il llusln. f'il Tr:ns Kp:uin-d:
Valur of an Oil Weil: Fluyil l'rou w t ion :
A to Od siock-" F n'c u l h i i on - Whr should I
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