The Oregon daily journal. (Portland, Or.) 1902-1972, January 19, 1910, Page 13, Image 13

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    THE - OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, PORTLAND,' WEDNESDAY EVENINO,' JANUARY 1 19. f ; 1010.
LATEST. NEWS F WWHrS MAGSKETS
BTODMD
. HELP TO PRICE
7'
.Local Consumption Increasing
' and fresh Ranch Stock Is
: Up 1c 'a Dozen Storage
Stock Is Depressed.
.A better demand U shown for strictly
fresh Oregon tggu In the Front street
market and the price Is advanced lo a
dosen.
Strictly fresh ranch eras are showing
quite an improvea ran in me locai
wholesale district at 32e a dosen, and it
Is reDorted. but not confirmed, that
fractional advance over this figure has
been obtained.
While recelnts sof local eaas are in
creasing, the demand Is much better
then supplies at inia time, atyi mis ac
counts for the ' upward movement of
prices during the -ret 14 rTSurs. The
north Is offering to buy eggs,- but is not
willing aa yet to pay tne aavancea vaiue
asked by lbs trad a.
Advance is Merely Temporary,
That today's advance In the egg mar-
the decllr
for an Instant or two is the opt
ton Is backed by years of observation.
ket Is merely a temporary one. and that
Ine la values wss stopped but
pinion of
the egg trade in general, and this opln-
n is bacaea vy years ox ouaervsiion.
Beoause of the artificial values es
tablished for fresh eggs by speculators
In eastern stock, consumption waa cut
to the quick, and therefore for soma
months there has been only a very Jim
Ited call for fresh ranch stock. Prices
,ive been practically prohibitive for
tiat period. -
Now' that fresh ranch' eggs are In bet
nuriDly and prices hsve some to a
,vu whore consumotlon Is not stifled.
i In- call for the home goods Is Increas
ing, and there Is a serious decrease in
tin. sale of cold storaao atock. There
fore speculators In the cold storage
product are inclined to over quote Ore
gon eggs (which they do not sell) sim
ply to force a more suitable demand
and value for their eastern product,
toraare Errs Are Oat of Bate.
Time for sale of storage eggs has
F Tactically passed, and still It can be
ruthfirlly atated that there are more
cold storage eggs held In Portland to
day than could be shown In ordinary
seasons during the b?st selling periods.
One small firm along Front street Is
stated to hold about 100 cases of Ore
gon storage .besides a goodly supply of
eastern eggs, which" cost the firm
around He t doxen. Another firm Is
hnldlnr 7S0 oases of eastern storage,
snd one of the larger sellers Is said to
have still a greater amount on hand
that it would be. willing to sell at a
price a number of cents below actual
cost. .
Extra select storage eggs, all white,
were" sold by one Front street firm at
He a dosen this morning, and reports
indicate salAs around 20c for the same
claas of goods.
SMELT FROM THE COLUMBIA.
Gilloetters Send In Supplies from
,, - Lower , River Price Up.
Quite fair receipts of Columbia river
Smelt were shown in this city during
the past 14 hours, with the price at 20 i
26c a pound.
iArrlvals were fronuthe lower Colum
bia and were catlght by glll-netters.
Salmon and halibut prices are higher
because of smaller supplies. Hteeinead
salmon at 10c today, and halibut has
advanced to 9 10c a pound.
CUBAN TOMATOES ARRIVING.
Initial Shipment of Season Sells at
$0.25 a Crate of 6 Bankets.
First shipments of Cuban tomatoes
for the present season have arrived in
the local market and were sold at $6.26
a crate. 8urJpNes were In excellent con
dition, being packed six boxes to the
crate as are the Mississippi shipments.
LOCAL WHEAT IS
STEADY AT SAKE
-OLD QUOTATIONS
No Change In Portland Values
Reported by Buyers Busi
ness at a Standstill Await
ing Mexican Advices.
Portland
Pocatello
Roaeburg
Bpoxana
RAINFALL FOR CHOPS.
Inch.
K ft
12
.vl
Inch.
North Yakima. M
Walla Walla
(taker City . .
Boise
Lewis ton ....
.11
.44
.04
T,
UVESTOCK HAS
A GOOD liE III
STOCKYARDS
WIUSAND
HOCKING COAL
Prices Well Maintained for
. First Class Stuff Sheep In
Demand but None Has
Come for Half a Week.
PORTLAND LIVESTOCK RUN.
Hogs., Cattle. Calves. Sheep.
77
Northwest' Crop Weather,
Portland and Vicinity Tonight and
Thursday occasional light rain or snow;
westerly winds,
Oregon and Wsshington Tonight and
Thursday occasional light rata or anow
west; fair eaat portion; colder .at por
tlon tonlcht: westerly winds. v
Idaho Light anow and colder tonignt.
Thursday fair. .
Wheat Market Is Steady. J
No change at all was shown In local
heat Quotations during the psst 24
hnm-a The decline of several cents
listed In soma quarters waa mentioned
In this paper several daya ago. Since
then there baa been no cnange in me
situation
nn himlnees la reported. Entire trad
is seemingly awaiting if see wneintr
Mxlen will realty cuiri ins uuiy on
wheat and enable buying In this market.
Oats and barley market are quiet out
'?iofiV nuotatlons are well maintained
all through the Pacific northwest.
land sweet cream, 17 He: sour 16 He;
BUTTER Extra creamery, io; ran-
cy, 7c; store, zso.
CrtBifc.SJlr r aucy iuii ci in, i.
?lSc; triplets and oaisies, 1IHj;
oung Americas, ltc.
rvUHni Mixea cnicaene, i
He; fancy hens, UUc; roosters, old,
3c; geese, 14c for live, l18c for
dressed: ducks. 10022c: turkeys, alive.
l22c; dressed, isfflisnc; pigeons, ifrlng:
o to So a pound higher than alive.
Grain, rmr and Hay.
BARLEY Producers- price lifts-
Feed, (31.60; rolled. 133; brewing, $13.
WhEAT Nominal Track, club, 11.07
Atl Aa 1.1. ..... .1 1ft. II ,ft. t
(Cl.vi ifiumnii. .i.iv, 1 t-vi, f i.iv, avjiij-
fold, $112; Willamette valley, $1.08.
MILLSTUFFfc Selllnr Diice Bran.
127; middlings, $34: shorts, $27 031.60;
nop, izzt?z; airaira meaL szi per ion.
FLOUR New crop, patents. t(.16:
straigbt, s. uows.it; baners. .liO.so
Wednesday.
Tuesday. . . ,
Monday. , , .
Saturday. . .
Friday
Thursday. .
Week ago. .
376
HI
410
176
603
42
in
70
m
43
I6
2
11
$71
Portland Union Stockyards, Stockdale,
Jan. II. There la a very good tone In
the cattle market -and for qoallty high
prices are still In effect. Ail branches
of the csttle market ahow an exceed
ingly good feeling but naturally select
steers snd cows find the best welcom
stockyards
tie, Moulton & Turner shipping In two
Receipts in the stockyards during
the past $4 hours totaled 77 head of cat-
29 POINTS OFF
Drop Today in Coal and Iron
Stock Is Severe but Loss for
Month Has Totaled 651-2
Points.
HMO
F
PART OF LOSS
IT
MA
0
E
Now Tork, Jan. 11. Showing as
did, a aheer drop of 66 H points
value within the apace of a month, there
wit considerable excitement In Colum
bus V Hocking Iron and coal stock on
th market today.. Today's decline for
thai security was II Doints.
Oenerll market wss wesk and lower.
'Slump In Columbus Hoiking iron
and coal was spectacular snd dad a
depressing Influence upon tne list lu
general. With orly a few exceptions
the close wss severely depressed Willi
loss running ss high as points
few shares losing less than a poln
loss runnln
high as
losds from Welser, Idaho, and one load
from IJurkee, Or.
Hog market remains very firm snd
top prices are still being realised for
good - stuff, slthough to get the big
figure the stuff must be A-l.
No sheep were received In the ysrds
today; the pens showing no occupants
for a half week. Market is In fine shspe
and shipments st this time would likely
receive much attention rrom buyera,
Todays run of livestock compares
with this day In recent years ss roi
lows: Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
1110 77
1101 171 618
1108 26
1907 40 323
1908 126
1906 183 166
2222
A year ago today there was a firm
tons In hogs and sheep hut cattle were
howlng additional weakness witn no
chsnge In values.
Tarda' Representative tales.
Following are renresentatlve of ac
tual transactions In ths yards and in
dicate demand, supplies snd quality of-
STEERS.
points and
oint.
8teel stocks Inst heavily with I'. 8.
Steul common 2U down at the closi,
and preferred 1 lower. Wabush lost
a point for common and Us for pre
f erred.
Brooklyn dropped i points. Union
Pacific 1. Southern Paclflo IK and
Ri-ndina- IV.
Copper waa weak. Amalgamated drop
ping 1, American Smelter 1 v and
Anaconda k point. s
Range of New Vork prices, furnished
by Overbeck 4 Cooke company:
DESCRIPTION.
O
TS
It
a
5
7
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8)?
Si
a
si
Willamette valley, $6.80 bbl; export
grades, $4.0: graham, fcs, 16.7006.10;
rye, $6.76; bales, 13.16.
OATS Spot delivery, new. producers'
price Track No. 1 white, $33.60; gray,
$31.60.
HAT Producer' price New timothy,
d; ordinary,
$21; mixed,
ilfii wheat
$18017; cheat, $Ii$17; alfalfa, $17.
CORN Whole. $38: cracked. $37 toa.
Fruits and Vegetables.
FRESH KKU1TS oranses: New na-
vela, $2. 25 2. 75 box; bananas, 655 Vic
lb; lemons, $5.60 6.00 box; grapefruit.
H; pears, xi.zo; grapes, ii.vo.
POTATOES Selling, new, $1.16
1.36; buying, eastern Multnomah and
Clackamas, 76S80c; Willamette valley
66 070c.
ONIONS Jobbing, $1.80 per cwt;
garlic, loijfllo per lb.
APPLES $1.26 h 3.60.
VEGETABLES New turnii.S. $1.60
sack; beets, $1.60; carrots, $1.26 per
sack; cabbage, $2,0002.60 crste; toma
toes, fancy, $2,26; crate: beans, 12o
per ib.; cauuiiower, l.tu per crate;
peas,. 12c lb; horseradish, loc; green
onions. 100 dosen; peppers, bell. lb.:
head lettuce, 30o dos.; hotnouse, $1.26
box. radishes dos. bunches: celery.
lt.60Ot.76 crste; egg plant lie lb.;
sweet potatoes, 12. zs; s
cucumbers, $2.60 dozen.
Groceries, Huts, Etc
SUGAR Cube, $6.45; powdered, 16.05;
fruit or berry, $6.06; dry granulated,
$6,06; conf. A, $6.86; extra B, $6.86;
r Olden U, i) 46; u yeuow, o.iif; oeet,
6.86; barrels. 15c; half barrels, 80c;
boxes, 65c advance on sack basis.
Above quotationa are 10 daya net cess
quotations.)
RICE Imperial Japan No. 1. I He;
No. t. 6 He; New Orleana scad. (4 07;
Creole.' sua
BALT Coarse Half ground. 100a
$10.60 per ton-f 60", $1-00; table dairy,
60s. $18.60; 100s, $17.60; bales. $3.25;
extra fine barrels, 2s. 6s and 10s, $4.50
416.50: lump rocK, zu.tio per ion.
HONEY New, JtVio por lb.
BEANS Small white, $5.50; large
white. $4.60; pink. $4.85; bayou, $6.00;
Llmas. $5.00; reds, $8.00.
Keats, risn and zftrsvMoaa,
PJflESSEO MEATS Front street
hogs, fancy, 11c; ordinary. 10c; veala.
extra, 12 Vic; ordinary, HV412c; extra
heavy, 800 lbs., 7c; mutton, 8c.
hams, bacon, Eiii Portland pack
(local) ham, 17 He;- breakfast bacon,
18Hffl26c: boiled ham.2662o: picnics.
14c: cottage roll. 16c: regular short
clears, smoked, lle; backs, smoked.
ib4c: ptckied tongues, see eacn.
LOCAL LARD Kettle leaf. 10s.
18Ho per lb.; 6s, 13o per lb.; SO lb.
Una, 18o per lb.; steam rendered, 10s,
17V4c per lb.: 6s,' llo per lb.; com
pound. 10s, llVc per lb.
CLAMS Hardshell, per box, $3 60;
rar-or clams, $2 .box,
FISH Nominal Rock cod. 10c:
flounders, 6c;' halibut, 9010c; striped
bass, 16c; catfish, 10c; salmon, steel
head, 10c; soles, 7c per lb: shrimps,
12V4o per lb.; perch, 7c per lb.; tomcod,
8c Der lb: lobsters. 25c uer lb: fresh
mackerel, ( ) per lb.; crawfish, ( j,
dos.; sturgeon, 12V4C per lb: black bass.
xoo per io.; uoiumma smeiis. xoe per
lk -11. 1 . . It.
III., BtlVQl wiiica, u .u.. uinvn uuu,
7V4o per lb.; crabs, $1.2501.75 per
dosen. ' .
OYSTERS Shoalwater bay. per gCl
lon, $3.25; per 100 lb sack$6; Olympia,
er KSiion, tz.s; per-ivu .a. sacs,
.60: oanned eastern. 66c can. $6.60 dos.:
eastern in shell. $1.85 per 100.
JHlnts, Coal Oil. Btc
BKNilNa; s deiireos. lie cm
gal.; iron bbla, 11 Ho par gaL v
ULNBis&u oil Kaw, Doia., ego; cases,
9So: boiled, bbls.. lOo: cases. 95c:
Iter gallon iota of 250 galloria, , lo lw;
oil cake meal, (none in market J -
KUPi Manna, c; aiaai. ih,
TUKPENTINii In casea, 7Sc barrel.
69c per-gallon.
WHITS LEAD Ton lota. fataBM
lb.; 600 lb. lota, to par lb,; Ism lots,
COAL OIL PearL astral and atir. lit-
so gallon; headlight SOVio gallon: extra
star, 32e gallon; water white. 11 H O
16 Vic per gallon; speciai water whits.
lfc gallon. - , ' -,. -
GASOLINE Red " crown and ' motor.
16O2I0 a-allon: 14 srasollna. II0I7UJ
gallon; V. M. 4k P. napbtha, 13H4IH
galJon; anglne distillate. ItfMo galloa.
Police' Make Bald,
'Vancouver; Wash,, Jan. 19.-Tha po-
lice raided what. was supposed to be a
private dwelling last Bight at ths cor
ner of Fourteenth and Reserve streets,
and arrested -Pearl Smith ; arid Maud
Raymond. ; E. H. Vanocke and Charles
Clarke, members of p company, First
Infantry, : "Vancouver,. 'barracks', were
found there and also arreated. .
They will be given a. hearing today-In
police. court '
Willamette valley, fancy $20; ordinary
llal.6Q; eastern Oregon,
$15.50; clover No. 1. $ 16.66
CHICKENS WEAKER AGAIN.
Demand Is Slow and Price Is Down
With Additional Loss Expected.
Chicken market la showlng increasing
weakness and the price la generally ftc
lower. Best coops range no higher than
16c, and some dealers assert that this
value will not be reached. The market
la quiet, with only a email movement
FRONT 8'i.RERT QDOTATiOOT
Hops, Wol and Xldii.
HOPS 1108 crop, cnolce, l5o; prima
to choice, 16c; srime. lotee;, medium,
16c; 1109 choice, ziiaizzc; prime, zozio
medium. 16 (9) 19c
6HEEPBK1N8 . Shearing, 10O360
eacn; short wool. ooouc; meaium
wool, 60c$l each; long wool. looo
I1.2K each.
WOOL Nominal 1901. Willametts
valley. 20Jlc; eastern Oregon, 200 33e.
HIDES Dry hides, 170180 lb;
us, green aa;
calvea, green.
sprouts, 8 9c;
green, 8UlfiHc lb: bulls,
7o lb: kips, 10 10 ftp; ci
1 Olflo ter lb.
TALLOW Prime, .per lb, 1 04c; No.
I knd grease, 20 2Ho,
CHITTIM BARK Nominal. 4040.
MOHAIR 1B0I, 3! IT 10 ID.
Batter, tm and TotOtrr.
EGGS Local, candled, select, 82c;
eastern storage, 18P22c.
BUTTER FAT Delivery t. o. b. Port.
The highest prices ever offered in
the city of Portland are aa follows:
We will pay these prices straight
up for good fat stuff. We I never
charge commission nor drayage.
Fresh ranch eggs market price..
Dressed veal up to 180 lbs., 12 He;
large veal less.
Dressed pork, any size, 11c
. Live hens, 18c.
Dressed hens, 20c
Live ducks, 18a
Dressed geese, 16c.
Dressed turkeys, 25c
Address, - ,
r&AITK Xh STMXTH U33AT OO. .
"Plffhtln the Best .Trust."
3OBTXAXn. OKEOOZT.
Overbeck &
Cooke Co;
1 Commission Merchants
Stocks, Bonds
Cotton, Grain, Etc
216-21 7
: Board of Trade Building
Members Chicago Board of Trade.
Correspondents of Logan A Bryan.
. - Chicago, Now Tork, Boston.
Ws have the only private wire
connecting Portland with ths
' ' eastern . exchanges. . '
Ave. lbs. Price.
1 27 steers 1.181 $5.16
COWS AND HEIFERS.
30 cows 881 - $4.85
10 cows 1,168 $.60
15 cows 1.060 4.6
14 cows 978 3.50
22 cows 1,020 4.5
21 cows , 1,031 4.25
22 cows 970 4. ao
80 heifers 846 4.26
BULLS. ,
1 hull 770 x$3.15
1 bull 1.440 8.76
HOGS.
234 hogs 226 $9.26
200 hogs 186 9.06
1119
I
93
180
42
Today's range of livestock values:
CATTLE Best, $P ?55.S6; medium
steers, $4.766.00; . st cows, $4.00(1$
4.25; fancy heifers, $I.OO4.26; medium
cows, 38.7604.00; poor cows. 13.00; buns
$2.603.26; stags. $2.50(h3.00.
huub Beet east or tne mountains
$9.26; fancy, $9.00; stockers, $7.00; pigs,
37.00.
SHEEP Best wethers, $5.25 0 60;
ordinary, 5.oo; spring iambs, ts.ooin?
8.25; straight ewes, $4.75; mixed lots,
84.7606.00.
CALVES Best. $.76.00; ordinary,
iD.OOgpBZD.
SEAM PRODUCE
PRICES FOR TODAY
(United Treat Leised Wire.)
Seattle Jan. 19. Butter Per pound:
Washington creamery firsts. 85e; ranch,
26Zz27e; eastern creamery, 3236c; pro
cess, 29c.
Eggs Per dozen: Local ranch 8
SBc; fancy white eastern, 2830c; east
ern storage, 25 30c; Oregon, 2425c.
Cheese Per pound: Cream brick,
20c; wheel Swiss, 21c; block Swiss, 20c:
imported wheel Swiss, 2930c; Wiscon
sin twins. 1914c: Wisconsin Younu- Am.
ericas, 20c.
Onions Green, 8O0 per dozen; Califor
nia. $1.40(811.60 ner hundred: Walla
Walla, $1.251.60 per hundred.
potatoes Fancy eastern Washington,
17tfi20 per -totv. White river. lifitfoiK:
sweets, $2.75 per crate.
NORTHWEST BANK STATEMENT.
Portland Banks.
Clearings today $1,781,079.41
xearago... 767.384.39
Gain today
Balances today .
1 ear ago ,
HI
1161
93
76
180
4374
107 107 -
SVi 32
168
8
451,
bS
AmaL Cop. Co. .1 83 84 Vi
Am. C. A F.. c.. 66 m K
do pfd 11 llt
Am. Loco., c.... 66 V 66
Am. Sugar, c 1122 1 23
Am. Smelt, c... H4 94
do pfii H0I 109
Anaconaa m. l.o. 4f bO
Am. Woolen, c.. 33Vi 33
Atcnison, c, .
do pfd. . . .
II. A O.. c...
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B. R. T
("an. Pacific.
Cen. leather.
do pfd. . . .
C. & 6. XV.; c
tn. . 01. r. .If ('4
C. & N. W.. c. .,158
Ches. A Ohio. . .1 87
Colo. V. & I., c. .1 43 H
voio. nouinern,
do 2d pfd . .
do 1st pfd . .
Corn Product,
do pfd
D. R. Q . c. .
do pfd
Erie, c
do 2d pfd . .
do 1st pfd..
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Illinois Central
Inter-Met., c . .
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L. N
M.. K. A T., c.
do pfd
Distillers I 34
Ore ,ands I 7.1
Missouri Pacific.! ti7' 7
National Lend.. I Kf X6
N. Y. Central. . .11 17. 11
N. Y., Ont. & W.I 45 I 45
Nort & W.. c.... 97HI 97;4
ao pro
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4
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120
91
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116
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711 71'
Chicago Wheat Market Opens
Very Weak and Depressed
but End Is Not So Bad-
Liverpool Brings Initial Drop
4444
4 Bala In Argentina,
(8 pedal Cable.)
Buenos Ayres, Argentina, Jan.
11. A heavy rain foil last night
In the wheat country and reports
of damage are coming forward.
44-4444C444
ursK-ago, jan. it, Wheat wss heavy
and lower at the opening and closed un
changed to c a bushel lower than
yesterday.
Opening values were at a decline of
c to c with May and July weakeet
Armour bought back some of ths May
he sold yesterday and this gsve lb
market some buoyancy and resulted in
a portion of the first loss being regained
at the closing
Liverpool was very weak and this is
what gave this market Its first taste
of bearlsnnens today. Llveroool otened
to d lower snd closed with a loss
or ld
to ld.
Cash Wheat No.
1 red. $1.23: No. 2
red, 11.1801-24; No. 2 hard, $1.10 Q
i.is; ino. 1 n
$1.10 bid; No. 1 north.
spring.
$1.08
tiard.
em spring, ft.120l.ll; No. 2 northern
spring, 6l.U0l.i2; No.
a 1 10U
Corn No. 2 corn. 4'4S66r: No. 3
white. 65tc; No. 3 yellow. 5c;
No. 4 corn. 62 t 4c: No. 4 vellow.
04C.
Oats No. 2 white 4 9 H ." No. 3
white. 48(W4c; No. 4 white. 480l8c:
standard, 49ii'49c.
go mil-
by Overbeck A Cooke Co.)
WHEAT.
Onen. Hlah.
May 108 109
July 100 100
Sept. .... 96 98
CORN.
May 87 67
Julv .... 67 67
Sept. .... 67
OATS.
May 47 47 484
July 43 43 43
Sept 41 41 40
Low.
107
15
H
66
66
7874 79
Northern Pac c.,133!l34
I 7
83
116
43
96
76
Paclflo M. 8. Co
Pennsylvania Ry
P. n. l.. v. Co.
Pressed 8. C, c.
do pfd. .......
Reading, c
do 2d pfd
Rep. I. & 8., c. . .
do pfd
Rock Island, c.
do pfd
8. L. 8. F. 2d pfd
do pfd
do pi
1 A
8. W.,
36 36
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103
161
101
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963,695.02
136,684.67
65,965.87
Seattle Banks.
Clearings today $l,725,52f
Balances toaay .- 229,924
Taeotna Banks.
Clearings today $ 945,458
Ha lances todaty i 128 693
31
do pfd 74
8otithern Pac, c.1311,
Southern Ry., c. 3
uo pro ok
Texas A Pacific. 82
T. S. L. & XV.. pd! 68
U. P.. c (192
do pfd 1. .100
U. S. Rubber, c. 46
do pfd HZ
U. 8. Steel Co.. c 84 Vi
do pfd ...122
Wabash, c 22
do pfd 60
W. U. Tel 78
Wis. Cent., c 47
Westinghouse .. 73
Beet Sugar 43
Utah Copper 53
3d Ave 15
Pittsburg Coal.
Cons. Gas.
Big Four
Ry. Springs
do pfd
Vlr. Chem
do pfd
K. C. South,
do pfd . . :t . .
Allls ChalmeTs.
do pfd
Am. Con
do pfd
Alton. ?S
Total sales, i. 623,400.
' Money, 3 percent.
113
4
103
12
101
40
101
44
84
55
'3T "
74
132
31
69
S3
68
193
100
45
31
82
131
112
44
103
159
inn
39
100
40
84
68
'28
72
128
30
30
67
188 T4
99
44
162
79
45
106
55
39
is"
60
12
78
I 4
112 111
81
121
21
47
73
47
71
41
61
15
84
l-'8
22
60
73
47
74
44
63
15
153
79
45
106
55
39
13
50
12
78i
64
143
7 8
45
105
62
38
is"
49
11
77
60
68
S3
117
44
96
88
76
131
32
131
112
44
103
159
100
38
100
40
83
62
9
OA 1 7
7Z
128
30
66
30
67
190
44
111
81
21
48
73
47
71
H4
61
15
19
145
78
46
106
62
119
3S
67
13
49
11H
77
60
Jan.
Mav
July
Jan.
May
July
Jan.
May
July
. .2140
. .2175
. .2170
. .1240
. .1200
. .1190
. .1180
. .1147
.1147
41
PORK
2166
2190
2190
LARD
1247
1212
1202
RlBS.
1186 ,
1162
1160
Close.
108
100
96B
67B
7
67
47
43 A
41
VATCHES.BURGLARGO ;
S THROUGH Hli POCKETS
' ("perisl Dhpatch to Tbe Joermil. .
Vancouver, Wssh, Jan. . 19. S. D,
Springer, who makes his' borne at a
boarding house at 1214 West Eighth
street, lay In bed last night and watched
a man rifle his pockets of $1.50, After
ths man's' departure Springer called the
police and one Alfred Lloyd was ar
rested,-charged with the offense.
Lloyd will, be given a hearing today
In police court
T
BRIDGE ACROSS
E
R AT GLADSTON
E
(Special DUpntcfe lo The Jooroil. J
Oregon City, Jan. lO.-'-The special
meeting of the boaid of governors of
the Oregon City Commercial club was
held last night and the various commit
tees appointed. It waa deemed neces
sary to revise aoms of theso and a com
plete ropy will be published later.
After some discussion on the matter
of building a bridge over the Clackamas
river at Gladstone, a committee of five
was sppolnted to confer with ths countv
court snd the people residing north of
the Clacksmas river. In reference to the
project. A bridge Is needed to connect
Uladatone with this city. The present
one is at least one mile out of the way
and Inconvenient for Gladstone resi
dents.
A special committee of three was
authorised by the president to look Into
the advisability of having a livestock
show st Oregon City In the spring,
liters are many etockralsers and horse
men In that county that want such a
show held here, and In all probability
one will occur.
Elizabeth Holm Sues for Dlvorre.
Oregon City. Jan. II. Elisabeth
Hoim commenced a divorce suit sgalnst
her husband, James Holm, yesterday.
In the complaint, which was filed by
her attorney, George C. Brownell. she
alleges that on September 1, 1900, her
husband deserted her and has not re
turned yet. They were married at
North Platte, Neb. She wants her
maiden name of Elisabeth Romner re
stored to her.
TWO LODGES HOLD
JOINT 1NSTALLATI0
Vancouyer, Wash., Jaa. 1. Vanoou-'
ver lodge M. W. A., and auxiliary of
Royal Neighbors, held a Joint Installs- J
tlon of officers last night Officials
and members prominent In ths orders
were present from Portland. , M. A.
Qroabeach, formerly of Vancouver but
now of Portland, hsd charge of the
work for the M. W.;A., and Mrs. Mc
Clrsth, also of Portland, for the Neigh-,
bora. Following the work a banquet
wss served to over 100 people. . :
The M. W. A. Installed the following
officers; K. II. Wright V. C.J Kit
Hamilton,. M. A.; George PleL banker;
C. A. Kirch, clerk; Frank E. Vaughn,
manager, three years.
DOUBLE-HEADER BASKET ;
BALL GAME SATURDAY.
.
(Boeelal Plitrk te ba Jaorasl.'
Vancouver, Wssh., Jan. II. A double-J
header basketbstl game will ba played
Friday, night at the Armory. Tne firat
game will be between tne first team of'
the Vancouver High school and Hill's
Military academy of Portland. The'
Portland team Is said to' be the ,
champion team of that city. Tha Van-,
couver team Is fast and has put up
some good games. ,. :
The second gsme will be a girls game
between the Washington state school
for the deaf snd the Vsncouver III" :
school. The High school team as ;
played two games this season, and wss -
successful in each. They defeated the
Stevenson High snd Washougal Athletic
club. '
I X. P. Loses In Damage Suit.
Vancouver, Wssh., Jsn. 19. The Jury
In the case of J. H. Huntsbury vs. the
Northern Paclf4c Railroad company, a
damage suit, returned a sealed verdict
last night. The verdict was read this
morning snd swsrded Huntsbury dam
ages In the sum of $366. The claim
was made for damages Incurred by the
railroad crossing certain lands In Fruit
Valley.
2120
2156
2167
1237
1197
1177
1175
1140
1147
2155
2190
2190
1245
1210
1200
1182B
1160
1160
Liverpool Wheat Mtrket
Liverpool, Jan. -19. Wheat:
Open.
8s 2d
March
Mav .
July .
7s lld
7s lld
Close.
8s ld
7s lld
7s 10d
BUTTER TO DROP BUT
CHEESE HAS ADVANCE
PRICE OF PRODUC
E
IN SAN FRANCISCO
(United Press Leaaed Wire.)
San Francisco, Jan. 19. Eggs Per
dosen: California fresh, including cases
Extras, 36c; firsts, 24c; seconds, 80c;
thirds. 28c.
Butter Per pound: California fresh
extras. 86c; firsts, 88c; seconds. 29c;
storage extras. 81c; do firsts, 30c
do ladles, 26 c; do firsts. 25c.
New Cheese per pound: New Call
fornla flats, fancy. 18c: firsts. 16 c
seconds, 16c; California Young America,
fancy, lac; firsts, ic: eastern New
York singles, 19 c; do dsisles, 19c: do
Oregon. 19c; do Young America, 20c;
storage California fancy, 17c; firsts,
16r,; Young America, fancy, 18c;
Wisconsin singles, rancy, ic.
Potatoes Per cental: River whites,
70ifr90c for choice to fancy In sacks,
with extra stock quotable st 90c$1.00;
Salinas. 81.851.45; Oregons, $1,200
$1.30; Esrly Rose, $1.60; sweet potatoes.
In crates, $1,606? 1.75; do sacks, $1.00(
$1.25.
Onions Per cental: Yellow, 90c
$1.10; do Oregon, $1.401.6O.
Oranges Per box: New navels,
choice, $1.60 2.00: fancy. $2.26 2.60
new tangerines. $1.001.60 for small
and $1.60 2.00 for large sixes.
Hogs 5c IiOwer.
Chlesgo, Jan. 19. Run:
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 36,000 20.000 20,000
Kansas City .. . 18,000 8,000 6.000
Omha 9,000 3,800 6,000
Hog market closed 5e lower.
Weakness Is Increasing In the butter
market and because of a sharp drop in
Pucet Sound prices a reaction Is expect
ed nere for fresh stock.
Cheese msrket Is firmer and prices are
advanced front He to lc a pound today.
Ford Will Fight Extradition. ,
(Special DIMtrh to The Joareat.4 .
Vsnrotiver. Wssh., Jsn. II. John T.
Ford, through his attorney, will Btart
habess corpus proceedings today
against his being returned to Portland'
on s chsrge of obtaining money under
false pretenses, that of Issuing check1
on a bank where he had no runas. '
Portland authorities were In Vancouver
yesterday with a warrant, but Ford re-'
fused to accompany them and sppllcs-
tion was made to Governor Hay for re
quisition papers. Ford Is In tha city
Jail.
-: . :n
Tomorrow (Thursday) Is positively!
the last day for discount on east aldej
gas bills.
Bonds
Investments ;
Timber Lands
I-
New York Cotton Market.
New York, Jan. 19. Cotton range:
High. Low. Close.
1419
Open.
1400
January
February
March 1390 1 419
April 1407 1414
Mav 1415 1434
June 1414
July 1405 1436
August ... 1380 1409
September. 1300 1319
October ... 1266 1279
December.. 1280 1285
1388
1385
1405
1397
1405
1400
1377
1295
1260
1250
HlliftlR
14121
1418
1421 (i
14201
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1398 j
18176
1264
1250
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701-2-3-4-5 LEWIS BUILDING,
PORTLAND, OREGON
V7. as. ivuo,
President
mmss
T. B. WX&OOX.
Vice-President
If 70a ran secure a fife insurance
contract that; charges only the "Or
dinary Life" rate in case of death,
giving you a policy paid up for its
face in fifteen years, or an "Endow
ment" policy in twenty years, would
It not appeal to you? This is our
"Special Combination" policy, and it
is issued by a home company.
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B. COOxInOHAK,
Vlce-Fresiaent
EtJ
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Secretary. ,
I T
Lumber mens
National Bank
COR. tflfTH AND STARK STREETS
The Capital Stock di the Liirabcr
meh's -National Bank Will Be In
creased from $250,000 to
$500,000
f April 1st, 1910
S. P. LOCKWOOD, Vice-President and General Manager. ,
Home Office. X. amber Sxohanae BldaV Fortland. Ot.
J
YEARS of SERVICE have PROVEN THAT,
BITULITHIC
, Lasts longer and is safer for horses "and autos
than any other kind of pavement.
BITULITHIC 7
Is being laid in more cities in the northwest than
is any other class of pavement.
of BITULITOIC
Together with its wearing qualities, are what
make it popular. . - '
Commercial bodies, city officials or individuals
who are interested can obtain complete informa
tion and statistics regarding street paving by
addressing ' "
Warren Consiruclion Company
BECK BLDGn PORTLAND, OREGON ,
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