Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on January 19, 1933 · Page 18
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L 18 E OAKLAND TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1933 i IVHEflT PfllCES HfGHER UPON BUYING REPORT NEW YORK BOND MARKET Unfavorable. Crop Forecasts I rora Kansas, Nebraska And Northwest Aid Market :: By JOHN P..BOUGHAN. CHICAGO. Jan. 19. (-Influenced by report of foreign buy ing of October delivery of wheat t Winnipeg, wheat in Chicago rose today to a, new high point for the week. Unfavorable crop reports from Kansas, Nebraska and the Pacific Northwest added to the upward trend ot wneat prices. Wheat closed firm. H-l above vMt-dnv' finish, corn .Vi.-lA UD. oats V advanced, and provisions uncnangea ro a rise oi iu cenus. (Paralshea fcr Wm. CTller Ce.) miCAtia. Jan. IS Grain rnnae: Wheat Open. High Low Close May.. .47i, .48', -47', S wrur veil. I.- n in is l',. , lowin are today's hiKb. low and closing' prices of bonds on the New York stock f-xenance ana the total sales ot each bond. V. 8. (IOV. BONDS. (Dollar and Thlrty-Meconds) Sales In $1000. nr. l. r. 73 I. 3 32-47 102.30 102.27 102.30 21 I. 1 432-47. 102.18 102.6 102.18 130 1, 4 4!33-38. 103.11 103.7 103.11 257 Tr4 47-52 110.10 11) 3 110.6 1S9 T 4 44-54 ... IOC. 24 10(1.10 106.13 823 T 3 46-56.. 104. 31 104.22 104.28 6 T 3 40-43J.101.30 101.27 101.30 34 T 3 43-47. . 102.00 101.25 102.00 2S T H41-43M.10I.28 101.28 101.28 623 T 3i ll-lll. 9S.1Z 11,1.1 643 Tr 3 1-55 8.5 97.24 D7.27 DOMESTIC BONDS (Sales In 1U00 A Sales Hltrh 21 Alleghany 5 44 28 July......... .47. Sept... , .48'., Corn-May.. -.ai; July. .27 , bept Oats , May. --July Rye-May July Barley ' May; .29 .17(4 .17', JS"4 .34', .48 .48 .28H .28 .29 .17 .17', .3S". .35 .47. .48!-, .28', .277, .2a .17 .17', .38', .343. .47J .48 .26'. .28 .20' 4 .17 'A .17 'a .39", .27 t .80 .85 .65 .70 .75 1.05 l.oo .95 .85 .83 .83 .82 .85 .93 Ml .5 .48', .4C4 O .62 'A SJ .87 'A W .76 1.02 '4 .97 .85 1.00 .27 .27', .27',, WINNIPEG WHEAT. , Met ; .48"4 ' .47 " 45 , juiy...(. U .47 ...4 Ask. otherwise specified, it.o.b. tracks at van rancieco;, BAHLEY Ho. 22 feed Choice - feed tlradln , Shipping; '. Choice malting; types WHEAT No 1 hard white No. I soft white Heavy dockage CO UN-No. 1 yellow, bulk.. .. No. 8 yellow, bulk. . . . No. 2 white,, bulk . . . . No. 2 mixed, bulk. . . . No. 8 Knfflr. bulk No. I Mllo, bulk No. 2 California Mllo.. . No. 2 white Egyptian. OATS'- r. 1 If -nU mmA fmA MIILFKHUS. Bagsred... per ton, in cariota: Nor. standard mlllrun ..14.601B.OO nor, wnite miurun ,, Nor. white bran .... ' Nor. middling . . . . . Nor. shorts Intermtn. red mlllrun T. . fc. I n .1 n,l filial mill, uiniiuou ...... -r - - - - - Intermta. white mlllrun 18.00ff1 60 Montana red bran...... 1 6.60 fl 16.00 Montana mlllrun ...... 15.f.016.00 Local standard mllirun.m "u Local white mlllrun Local middlings IV.... Local white bran ...... Local shorts Locul.Iow grade Kansas red bran Ai.r Ai r a. ' Balled, per ton, In carlots: , Choice (U. a No. 1) ....114.00 No. 1 dairy (U. H. No. I. ' leafy) 1S.0OaiJ.60 No. 3 dairy (U. 8. No. 2). 13.004 12.50 GRAIN BAGS. Calcutta, spot, 8140 asked: June-' July. o asked; Ban Quentln, 6o. .90 0 .95 l.oo 20.00 17 r.n 15.60016.00 7 na 22.00 18.00 1 ft on 22.00025.00 18.00 FOREIGN EXCHANGE tMUtlm faraltkeS dally ky tat Ceatrel VatltaaJ Bask. Africa. 1 staling . . I 33S Argentine. 100 paper pesos No rats Auitria. 100 chilling. 14.12 Australia. CI sterling 2 89 B.tavla. 100 sulldera W.30 Brazil. 100 mllrels Norata Belgium. 100 belsas 13 87. Canada, 100 dollar, 87" Czechoslovakia. 100 kronen .... 2.06' Denmark, 100 kronen 16.90 Finland, 100 flnmarks a, -M Trance. 100 francs 7t 3 90, Germany. 100 reichmarki 23.79 Great Britain. 1 sterllns 3 35',, Greece. 100 drachma, Holland, 100 guilders 40.18 ( Hongkong. 100 local currency .. 22.05 India. 100 rupees ?' Italy, 100 llres ,. . 5.U4 Japan, 100 yen 21.00 JugotUvla. -100 dinars 1.80 Philippines. 100 ynot 49 83 New Zealand. 1 sWrllng ...... 3.07 Norway. 100 kronen 17 2S Peru. 100 sole 1760 Pound. 100 zloty 1125 Portugal, 100 escudo 3.50 Rumania. 100 lets ,-62 Serbia. 100 dinar HI,, Spain. 100 pesetas S.17U, Sweden. 100 kroner 18 30 SwitierUnd. 100 francs 18.27 Uruguay. 100 gold peoa No rate Venezuela, 100 bollvares 16.00 LONDON. Jan. 19. (IP) Bar silver firm, 1-1 higher at 16 15-16d. NEW YORK, Jan. 1 9. (") Call money steady; 1 per cent nil clay. Tim loans steady; 60-120 days Mi 1-6 mos. 4 per cent.. Prime commercial paper 1 U. Bankers' acceptances unchanged. WASHINGTON, Jan. 19. Treasury receipts tor January 17 were 4, 301, 574. 65; expenditures $8,368,-099.40; balance 3398,194,293. 59. diatoms duties for 17 days of January were 110,667,759.57. NEW YORK, Jan. 19. OT Bar silver barely ',. lower at 26 a. LONDON, Jan. 19. (ff) Money V. NEW YORK, Jan. 19. (IP) For-elgrn exchange ateady: rent Urltaln In dollars, others In rents;. Oreat Britain demand 3.31: rabies 3.84; 60-day hills 3.33; Krance demand H.90 ; - cables 3.00 6-18; Italy demand 5,11 Hi cables 6.12. ' Demands' Belgium J3.85H: Oer-many 23.76H-, Holland 40.1 fi'4 ; Norway 17.21H: Sweden 18.29V; Denmark 16.81 ;' Switzerland 19.25; Spain .174: Portugal - 3.05N; Hreece ,54 1-UN: Poland 11.1SN; Ciechonlo. vakla 2.96'4N; Jugoslavia 1.38N; Austria 14.00N; Ronmanla .59, N; Argentina 25.79; Braull 7.59N; 'I'nkyn 20 .62 Hhanghal 28.12V4: Montreal 87.00; Mexico City (silver peso) 29.25. . N Nomljial. . RANK "REPORTS OaVland debits .. 8,871.500 Berkeley debits 212.284 I.os Angeles debits 27,210,521 Pan Francisco clearings.. 1 1,300,000 S. F. LIVESTOCK UOUTH SAN TRANCISro, Jan. 19. HP) (lftk- Dt. Agr,) Cuttle: 150; slow; Hteet weak; she aiook practically off market; common to low medium 8HS-972 holdover Idaho steers 13.75, parit load 1089 lb. 84.00: good young cows mrotnble around J3.00 3.26; bullscTlglble to (3.00; calves 75. v Sheep: 775; dull, nndertone weak. CHICAGO LIVKSTOCK. CHICAGO, Jan. 19. (IP) (U. 8. Dent. Aarr.) Hogs: 26.0OO: active. mostly 10 higher, good to choice 170-2l lb 11.3003. 40; top 13.40; cows 2.45I&2.80. 'attle: 5000: comparatively little done; steers and yearlings steady To 2i lower, llgnt weight rattle get ting some action,- undertone weak to lower on weighty kinds, bet vear-lings $7.00, several loads $6,256 6.75; heavy fat cows almost unsalable; viMlers scarce 25a50c higher, bulk 15. so 6.50. selects around 31.00. 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Kl P l'n St Bur 7 61 Vn Stl Wk 6 14 do OV. 4 7 A 1I.1 6 51 (' FpiU'r AumI 45 I'niKiiny 6 64 Vienna Cly 52 Warsaw' I'lv 7 We.il I! K P 6 Yokohama 61 3 08.'! 40 60 4 5 32 35 6 2 4 4 9 5 ' . 52 5 I 7 28 66 la 10 I 47 63 5, 90 '4 51 50 57 7 I 62 61 9 14 14. 1 1 90 89 34 14 10 13 67 . 10 70 K 6lii 7 I 19 8 0 52 9 1 104 0N 40 50 '-'. I 4 '.j 40 12 H7i 72 li 8 1 45 99 100 95 62 110 ' 100 44 121 71 06 61 68 58 4 9 ' t 58 82 6 8 50 48 60 6 5 14 1 0 3 7 77 50 54 51 42 20 21 62 96 93 99 7's 59 49 18 3 3 12 62 4 8 14 101', 0 70 88 V . 15 105 61 67 43 43 1112 -10 8 7Va 5 5 r.2 ii'' 54 56 67 71 62 0 1 9 li 14 14 '4 14 H, 89 31 14 1 0 '1 1 8 57 10 "0 ", 65 la 71 19 8 0 HI I :i ' 4 6 9 7 1 0 t 08 40 60 '4 44'a 2 .'1 , 33 0 2 11 9 5 52", i ' .j 2 X 00 10 4 9 10 .', Tolnl ales Previous day Week ago Year ago Two years ago .Inn. 1 to (laic Snlnn year ago Same two years ago 10.932,001 14 497,000 1 3,501,000 . .. 12,4 14,000 9,497,000 . . . $ 170,043,000 . .. 201,397,000 . .. 181,947,000 HAM, BACON . ArinVur Co., 370 Second Street, quotes lie following: Slur Hams 10-12 lbs, 17':,o lh; 12-14, 15c; 14-10, 15 14c; skinned, 12-11, 15r; 14-16, 15c; boiled, skin on, 24c: skin orf, 25c; loaf, skin off, 26c; rolled anil honed, 23c. Picnic Shoulders Shield, C-8 lbs, 11c per lb. - Melrose Phankless, 4-6 lbs. 12c. Star Uncoil 4-6 lbs, 20c lb; 6-8, 19c; sliced, 8-07, cellophane. 21c; pound carton, 1-oz oarton,.2Jc. lb. Colonial Jjncoii 6-8 lbs, I7clt. Melrose "Bacon 6-S lbs, UViclli; S'lO, 6c; sliced, fl-lb cartons, I8e, . lirled snlt fat backs. He; bellies, 20-25 His. 10c. Slur Lard Tierce, Sc lb; 65-lb tub, sv,,-; 50-lb can, 9c; 12-14, 10c; 24-2. 11 c: 20-1. 8c. White Cloud Shortening Tierce, 6c lb; 60-lb tub. 6c; 45-lb can, 6c; 31 -Ui cartoltu 7e!h. Salad Oil 60-gal drum, 6c lh; R-gal can,. 70c gal; l-gal can, 8.0c; -gal ciins, 85c gal. 1 DRESSED MEAT gwlft Co., corner Third and Clay Streets, quote the following wholesale prices: O K baby beef steers, 11c: O. K. baby beef heifers, 13V.;c; No 1 steer beef, He; No. 1 cow beef, 8c; sleer hindquarters, 12c: cow hlnd(iiartei s 9c; steer plates. 8c; steer chuck 9c; steer loins 15: Lambs, 32-38 lbs. 14c: 33-45 lbs, 13c; 61 lbs and up, 1 1c. No. 1 veal. 90-120 lbs. 12c; No. 1 veal hindquarters. 17c. These pi- 's for skin on; tklnned carcase's lc higher. Pork loins, S-IO lbs, 12c; 10-12 lbs, 15c, 12-14 lbs. 15c; fresh urns, 12-15 lhj, 10r; fresh picnic, 4-6 lbs, 8c; 6-8 lbs, 8c: spare JtlK. 13c: Boston bolts, 11c; packer, hogs. 9c: shippers, 8c. I S. F. POULTRY SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 19.- Net prices paid pniihii'ei s i,,r lh 0 poultry drliveroil San Kra 11 Iseo : liens Leghorn, all sm.-s. 16c; colored, under 5 lbs and over 5 lbs, 17c. Brollors Leghorn, 13-17 lbs per doz, 17c; 18-21 lbs per doz, 15'n 160. Fryers Leghorn, over 2 lbs. 153 16c; colored, up to 3 lbs, 18c. Roasters- Colored, 3 -4 lbs and over 4 lbs. 18c. i;ooster.s Leghorn. Otfi'c; colored, in 9c. : Turkeys Young, fancy .'p.sseil toms, 1 3 S 1 4e ; fancy dressed liens, 14 If 16c. " iMicks Nominal. ' , 1 leese N0111 i 11 a I. Pigeons All sizes, $1,253 1.50 Per dor.. Squabs All sizes, 201722c per lh. Domestic Rabbits Under 6 lbs, 6fe6c; 6 lbs and over, 6 6c. , BARLEY " PRICES NOT INVITING TO GROWERS r S. F. STOCK EXCHANGE Feed Grain Quoted 60 to 62 Cents Delivered at Bay; Corn and Oats are Firmer SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 19. The following are the bid and asked prices and sales on the San Francisco Stock Exchange as reported over Urn. Cavali'er.& Co.'s wires for the Oakland TRIBUNE: The California barley trade was fairly active the past week but prices were inclined to be irregular. Current offerings from growers continued light because of dissatisfaction with present prices and also due to uncertainty of new crop developments. Inquiry for offerings was only fair and this tended to hold price gains, in cheek. Export clearances were fairly heavy but were applied principally on previous sales. United Kingdom buyers continued to take a few-hundred lots of medium and chaice malting types but inquiry laced , force. Ocean space was slighuyfirmer with rates to London mostly quoted at. 22 shillings 6 pence. Space to Hull was scarce and quoted at ,27 shillings per long ton. MOVEMENT IS SLOW. Bay region dealers and industrials were mostly utilizing slocks accumulated earlier in the season but demand showed some increase from interior distributors. Despite enforced economies necessitated by lack of funds on, the part of feeders; consumption of ford harlny continued heavy reflecting he .substitution for other feed grains and commercial feed stuffs and the poor pasturage and range conditions which are far under normal. Bags were dull and lower with Calcuttas q'ubted 5c, San Qutntins 5c, and domestics 6c. Barley at, San Francisco during the week ending January 12 totalled 7162 tons. Local No. 1 feed barley was quoted at 60 to 62 Vic, choice feed Mariout at 65c. grading at 65 to 67c, shipping bailey at 67 to 75c, and choice malting types at 75c to $1.00 per 100 lb&saekcd. CORN SLIGHTLY HIGHER. Corn registered further price advance during the week with a bel ter inquiry in "practically all sections of the country. Offerings continued light and considerably undor normal for this season of the year. The San Francisco bay market was quiet with inquiry restricted by liberal offerings low-priced barley and dealers and industries limiting purchasers pending outcome of negotiations concerning lower freight rates from Middle-Western to l'a-cific Coast points. No. 2 yellow corn by rail was quoted at 87c delivered Central California points with the same grade for waler shipment offered at 74c San Francisco (locks. Oats ware steady to slightly firm er along with other grains and also influenced by a more active inquiry for current offerings. No. 2 red oats recleancd were offered at $1.35 delivered Central California points with No. 2 white choice recleancd quoted nt $1.22 delivered San Francisco bay docks. Red feed oats were quoted at 90 to 95c and red seed oats at $1.20 to $1.35. Oram sorghums were steady with fair demand for the continued light offerings. The San Francisco bay market was steady witli the demand for Eastern sorghums restricted by liberal offerings of other low-priced feed grains. No. 2 Eastern Milo in bulk was quoted at 8,'lc per iuu witli No. 2 Eastern kafir nt B5c md No. 2 California Milo at I'M to 85c. No. 2 Egyptian corn at 95c to $1.00. New Zealand Pound Given New Value WELLINGTON. N. -7... Jan. 18-- M) Effective tmlav the govern ment increased the exchain'c r.iio of New Zealand pound, fixing 125 lxcw z.eaianu pounds on a par with iuu pounns sterling. This decision was mnrlo In iho face of objections by bankers, who nevertneiess said .tlioy would cooperate with the government's policy, although they were reluctanl to do, so. ine miintionary policy was disapproved by Downie Stewart, who resigned yesterday us minister nf finance. -ine exciiiinge rate in London hitherto has been about 111 to 113 New Zealand nounds to loo nni iii.l sterling. Bid Ask.' Bid A s ken Hid Asked Alaska Jim 11 11 i'U.M St MHIc 4 Pac Pb Sv pi 4 4 Al'iska Pick 40 " ll.'UKu na 1 4 ,0 com a i Anglo CN 13 19 2-'j Haii.- Li' s 9 " (.f l-t l'-'9 Asso Ins Haw c a- . . ::o ric'n Wins i f 1 All Diesel A 2 "': ! 'oirVeFA-MIn KF.P. I'l Pin, k i';.l 135 14" Mono (oi :i i; ,io Sir 1 z Load A- Sharu I "l 2 Mono Plant 2 4o do Ser 2 2 Hyr.n .lack I1-- '-' Mont Proa 2 ' 4 It-i i-ii-rPA-P i Calain Sg pf 13" 14 Hutch S P 2 IS Uirilfi. -hi pf '.', do ("III , Invest A'sn ;; :t 1 do .'"in Calaveras Co 1 5 .I'mtzen Knit. i.' linos l!r iif do pf .. 70 Lang' nilorf A 5 7 ilo com ' 2 ' 6 Cal Cupper 14 do II I 3 S.11.&P i-r pf ., 9m Cal ei ton 1' . Ltighion A .. 0., 7 pi 85 Cal Ink 14 20 " ''" H I .Scl'lesitiger I :. I P Tpf M 8"i Leslie Sale 12 .. . do .f '.. 1 Calif I'...:. : : LA i;i-: pf :, Dc. Sb-ll I'nifjn -I's 5 Ca: Wut S'-r I. . .. '-.' on Ai..gnlli I .-. Ho pf 29 Cal WS Life 51 33 do 14 ,. 3 Sh.-i- Cv p pf .. 70 do v p ,'.i 51 MiiKtmioi ; Sierra P 10 nf . . 65 Can miliar 7 ', 7:'i .Miignln ' s, ,,,,,., v ', " -'s I'lorox M.-ignln pf 1') fcl'ijc Per A 4 5 fst Co (":,v El 77 7 .Ma reliant ! '' c!o I! 3 44 Con 'li A is 14 M A Uliy p f-" r..: .Son p.-i 17 17:i c,- Nat Jig p., 2in Natomas 1 .! L'o Saving Vol I .'. Cr Z-H A pf - p. N rv niv :'. r-2 st.i nit ct 2r;; "2i .lo j: ,i s'. vi, d- If 1'.' 15'. Thoma.! AI A .-2 3 .., coin I '', l-l do 5 pf II'... 11 Tie,.. A- pf 41 4 ' F.I I or;, do O in', p.'i;. N Am 'iil I-, .).. cm .. Finp cap well 2 " :-. ' "'"id l'-s ! II l'r;,.isi.:i.. ri-a " 5 Fire I-'' I ind 10 18 Oliver 1'il A .. .. Tra nog I. L 1 1 -i 15 Fin F.I Ins 42''. 4:;H do II "i 1 l'n nil c.if lu First N C P II " . . " Parnffino 9 10 l.'nionSni,- pf .. 17 Fooil Mach 1 i; Kl 2!C, 211 do colli 1 2'i do pfd .. 70 .in ;,'!, pf ; 22 I nued Air 2 0 2'i Foster Kleis .. .. ,o '; f.f 2 4 i 25' WeMsFn run P..5 2n lien Paint A Pa- Light ' 2 .I2-, IV Am Fin pf 'i 1 Call.m'l I.n.l 25 32 .n r, pf :c"i" :! IV Pi'"- - SO 7 S COMPLETE SALES Sales IliKh Low Last Sa es High Low I.n -t '.: Ang-Cal.N'a' I ., P.. :, . ;,,, ... .; ;! -j:,', 2:ii- i'.', Pnlan.bfi Sag ( ! '. Ja.ii .i i; I ,,f . ;, 21 21 15 C WSLvtr 31 2":'i ::P P"i do .,' 1 pf 22", 22 it 22'4 2. "I Cnterji Tra.-t 7 7'- , 3 5 Co.- T i- T 7:i . 7a 15 '' (' CVF 1 pf 7X 7x 7 s P " 1:i. li . I i '.il pi 2nn Con CI, In.lA 13 , J3"i 11", !"'i Sin II I ui. .n 2"'i Cr-.vti.. 11 vie I', 1', I'., So ii p.,,- IT'-, IT', 1", '; 15 Fire I-' Ind 42 -12'. 42'.. I i Stand ( I l'a I 21 21 2 1 Food MiH'li 51-. ;,' . '.. I'"." 'l'i atisain-rieu .. 5 1".. I....- lie Sail I2 12', I .' In ml i a I I " ' . n i.l. in lae i.gi r, pf ; :i:: a:; I 'nit. n era rt 2', 2t." 25" S. F. CURB EXCHANGE SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 1 9. The following are the bid and asked price's and sales on the San I rantisco Cuib Exchange as reported over Wm. Cavalier & Co.'s wires for the Oakland TRIBUNE: BUTTER, EGGS JAM'4IIV 111. niITTF.ll IHhi.lcNule NeO " " l!c HI la'orc isi.c !l score " 1 Sc" I or prices In i'.. laili.-rn. tlio c.e t of ciu.iliiK. ivrapphiB, ciirtoniiiB, pack-in;,-, selling; and delivery must be mlded to above quotations. The Poultry Producers of Contrnf California, Third and Harrison Sts.. quote to retail dealers: i;(.(;s (( nniMiai) Lartre 2;ic Medium 21, Small pi,. Foderal-Slate Marliet News Ser-vlco quotes prices in Sun Francisco as follows: . Mti; (Wholesale N'c , tT. S. No. 1 extras 23c I'. S. tiled iittlis 2 tc V. S. small , I ),. lkriceH to Kroner arc uxua El ;t . to 41 ceills l.er iloen under those iiuoied lo retnllers. ;(.(.S Wholesale prices on retail grades: I'. S. No. 1 extras, candled .... 21 r F. s. No. 1 extras, nied., candled pc.c L'. S. No. 1 iitias, small candled 17 c 'HF.KSE (Wholesale NcO FollowitiK prices are to retail dealers, as established dally hv Dnk-land io 1,1, ers bud wholesale dealers.: California flats, fancy ......... 1 p. Cheddar type triplets lie sV Fi;.'i lUiiterfat l.o li. ; '", .I.111. 1 1 11 1 .t 11, .i CHICAGO; .Inn.- t: -Bnftrr- 53!.a. fil'll'.el'. frei'lllei v' specials Cv: S, "i I PC.. It 20; . t 1.1s 1 r: I lf; - r.-i fo !s ( ISw l; fn-sls t.-s;., II1, di 1 7 '', ;- seconds iii;.;i, 1 1;- 1 .; i ; standards cm centralized caiiols) IS-,. l'gg-s, S!l!. firmer; extra firsts IS",: fresh grade.! firs-ls 15; current rcceilrts 1 1; ii. Hi 1 7. NFW Vl'lIK, Jan. 111. l,V Putter. 1 5.34 7, firmer.- Cr. a nier. . IiikIici' than extra 1 3 2n '.. ; ,-tra (!i2 sc, ret. p.i'.. ; first S7-:'" scud IK':, I : ' , : ceiilrallzeiV cm score I a. Packing' stock, curreiil make, No. 1, M 1 . : Nn, :. 1 2 . i'ii"ese 2iol.i:7 1, firm, uncliangeil. Feus. 2l.0!in.. steadier. Pacific Ci:rs. ff sli. shell treated or liner, fancy 25 '. Pacific ("oast, standards 24fi23; Pacific Const, shell treated or liners, nieijiitms 231ff24: browns, nearby and westeen special packs, private sales from store 24 jji 85;. westei n standards 12 (2 23, Hid As Km: Alaska Trd . . 2 75 Am T Kr T P'3 in:: 'i Am Toll l!r 2'ic 2'K; Aug Natl 7 I a A via of Mel 7 7 C O Pw C. pf 51 f,.l Cal p 'I'l ad I 5c 2...C Cities Serv 2.1," 2, Ml CI N. oii N v ;.,. ;.- CI Neon lie I 5'M K i 'oi ii I nc A 2 .; Col P.iv Pkr ;:,c I.On Cr Will pr lf 21 23. do 2 Pf . . 12 DfimiiiKUi.z O 1 2 li Fib Hd p pf 70 Fosii K lois pf 24 On Motors 13 13 Cold Sachs" 2. fin 3, no H;d Ashed Bid Asked Idaho M M 2. 2.1H Rcliunicbr Lull Halo Pet P'o 15c do pf 3.00 do pi 4 .c .Mi..- Sc., hoard Oil 17 1S Kl. il,. r fot pic i;c Sec F N Ilk 42 41 Manic Pane Sli:.la W.ltep S f M.IA-AIAI ml (, So Cal falis 27 27 .Mom w a i'. i !:: do 5'.. pf ::2 22 Nat A F A 3...J 1.511 do 1; pf 2J " I 1.1I1II S.icar .. Pi do 7 pf 2l'. 2iir;B I li eid I'.Te :. tc ;,c .- C I i I, 1 . pf '.13 Pac A Fisli J.tii 4. mi s pi; ii pf 4n ii Pa.. Assoc ,, II n ,-id nil N.I 2:,i;", 3():", 1'ac Fill : 7 oiiiise' M.'li A s-', I':,.: Mutual 2: 2.'i .1., P. ; O'l 1.75 l-.ie Cm cm 3 'lrt . . Sup Pr C A 2 . 2!i do pf 2'l . . do I! 5 f, Pac V, Oil 2. in i I n.) (-.,. Coos 2.25 2.7., Pineap II hi 2. '"I 2. Ml I s Pete 2.',c 35c tadio Corp 4.fc5 5.50 Vlrden Pkg- 5 7 Kvpuh Pole,1.4. l.il.'i Waialua An 9 S.l LfrP pf .. 100. W Coast I, 1.05 1.75 COMPLETE SALKS Sales Hltfh Low Lust SiiIch 5a Avln C Pel 7 7 Kid 111 Am T T 105 ln:l. 1"4 3n'l 2IMI Am Toll ltd 27c 27c 27c PP.n 1 Ml A lis Na I I -' 7 -i 7 :1i 2 P"i 2I'I Cil Service 2 7 5 2 7 5 "7". ISA 15 Cr W ill I pr 21 'i 21 21 2lc, Cold Sa. hs :;. nil 2.75 .I.imi 2" High Low 13 13 alio M .'I 2 ci. 1 p I tin 5, Cal K.lia 27 ci sr 2i C K.I 5'.,.f 22 WWW N fiPPLE MARKET Trade in Fruit and Produce I, Slow, With No Worth While Changes in Prices! The movement in fruits and vegetables continued slow today. Damp weather was in part re--sponsible. Moreover Thursday is ' the slack marketing day of the week. Apple dealers had word of weaker price on Pippins at Watson-ville, though no price changes wer made here. According to report. Watsonville packers had cut prices from $3 to $5 a ton and selling of fancy grade was reported on a $25 a ton basis. Generally speaking prices throughout the list of all staples showed no worth while change. Persimmons are about at an end and prices on all sizes were from. 40 Scents a two-layer lug. California Guavas from the south end, of the state made their appearance) and sold at 7 cents a pound. Ha waiian pineapple supplies are in-rrearing and priced are from $2.50 to $3.25 on crates of 18. Top prices on Wonder beans were from 10 to 11 cents a pound. Bountiful and Valentines held at .11 to 13 cents for fancy gradipS-Peas sold all the way from 10 to 1.1 cenls with seconds from 7 to 9 cents a pound. Dry Imperial lettuce sold at $1.50 to $1.75 and Salinas from $1.00 to $1.25 a crate. -Delano ranged from S125 to $1.50. Iced stock from thV south ranged from $2.00 to $2.50 according to size. Best spinach sold at 70 to 75 cents a small crate. Zucchini .ranged from $2.00 to $2.50 a lug with occasional sales at $2.75. Best Mexican peppers sold at 15 to 17 cents a pound and California slock was 4 to 5 cents cheaper. Hothouse rhubarb held at $1.50 to $2,000 a 15-pound box and field at 75 to 00 cents a 20-pound box. S. F. MINING- EXCHANGE RAN F It A N C I SC O, Bid Aske Jan. Hi. Double O . .' Ill ('2 Lid Aske.il Kn,rrsH .. ;;i - Acme 02 Pa I von Aladdin ... 03 03 First Natl . .. 02 Alto 112 (ienil Con.. 11 Hi AiuAdor . . .. ' ii2 'llpsy wun. . .. 7t A n ow Dev. . . t2 i liilcoli.la ..II Hayiocl; ... 2.0 .. Clilllil Con OS 10 Helmut Mel 02 .. Could fi- Cm- 21 I It-mint I Isli . . 1)2 i o I . I I I 1 1 1 . . C.l 0 I Helmut U S. 02 .;.ild Mi-inls .. U2 Hest At Pel. (12 04 ' lol. I ( ire . . .. illK Jim ... IM dti Cold Heef . .. (.3 lllaek Hear. .. .. Cold Wedge .. n.; Illack .Mam. (12 e:i Cold Zone . . . . n2 Blue li Mid. .. .(12 ircit li.nd. ;:si m 52 Uootli 1)2 ilriois 02 Hr.iltn Hills . . (12 He. la Rroughir ... (12 llickox .... 01 02 llnn-H AS.. , . High Dlv . . . . i2 HilCer Cold 01 ii:: Idaho .Mar.! ''. 2H Hui to . . i'2 I lull., n c : Ca la v Cent . . ' i k Waite. 17 l'i I 'a I lloiet ... (I I li.'i K el.-i y 2 , Carrie nl .. Kcy.sl Oti ,. 01 . J Ci ii Hu coin i'7 Liberty ... ., i2 do pf .... i il . . .inn. Slnr. . I.I 02 Cliolla r .. . . 2 . ': ! .ucky Si rik (i I " .' Concord la li I i. 3 .Manila l Con . . -2 I 'ons i lold . . c2 i.a M ; 1 1 i 1 1 Cold . . . ( 2 ( 'on y.a (12 . , ui n ... 1 'I li.'i'rock .. .. M ii.esi uier . .. i.i DlM.le .... t.i "I Mnabel "i Divide An . . . (12 Mvr.i Ml v Ft Con "I H2 N .-, t I Silver. .. (? Dividend .. 01 02 N' Cal 1'on.. .. 03 N'ewmont .. 'ev Suther ''lira Mines. Operator .. i iphir ..... Pony- .M. ailo I.e. I Hill .. . Itosetta louii.l Mill. San Pa fa el. S.i v.igu .... .-.aiclillglit. .-Iial flciin . Si'lver Kmc; Silvr Pick. Simon Siiunrglcr. . Sansliine .. Tama rack . Tli'imsou ... I'om I! 1 . Ton N Star. Trin ( Par I n i V(T IJ x I uion i 'on , Vita Cian.l W.sl laid W. s ,M, ,'g,.r West Mines V. I, i 1 0 Ca 1 is Bid Asked 02 01 113 01 111 2110', P, S t I ! .S i y M, a. Ii'ii'l Siuiigg I.i-. 3.5IHI . -I M in.-! 3.1110 White I 'ae 0 2. I) I (I'l 0 2 0 2 1. 1 OAKLAND PRODUCE in i ii. APPLES California, Newtown Plpjdns, ...Id Moragc. 45-lb net iugs, X5c di SI. 00; dry btoiaue, on di) 75c; llel 1 1 lo we r, apple boxes, 0ii'u7ue; Northwest, Pippins, packed and wrapped, extra fancy, .;, I .(m 'ic 1 in a box; luney, llUc'ii 1-1. nu; C grade, T 5 r,i N.,i'; J;onic neaul', parked ami w I.i lipid, cxlra fancy. I.titl'i 1.15, fanev. UOc'i, ff I .00; Delicious, fancy, packed, i I .un 'ii 1.25; t.vira iancy. ; 1. 2., ml. 1". Spil i: I'd g, i.up'v, p;.. iwd, Sl.oo 'a 1.15, cvti.i. Jl 25 a 1.50. AV'JCAHOS Finite and Pueblo. J 3.5(11.1) 4.(itl Hat: stiiall, $:.'.ov'i-2.75. PA NAN' AS i 'rail i a) A m i r i a n. r.i1 tc Hawaiian, fancy, 3fi 4c Hi. C 1 1 FS'l'N UTS -Ja iiani.se, I I (tt Uc a lb: California, 7 ( lie. CPANnKPHlHS Laic Howe, f2.DC f 3.U0 .per 25-11, box. D A T FS Fresh Ca lifornia, 1 5 ft 1 Kc per lb; M esoimt a til ia. dried, 0 I' 7e lh CKAPFFHI 'IT -New crop, fancy, all sizes, $2.50fy2.75 per box; chuice. 60c less lil'AVAS 7c per lb. I.FMnNS- Siiukisi, packeil, yr,.7r. 0 00, all sizes;, - leiiioiiett.es. $2.50r) 3.0U. tUlANCFS New crop Navels, Sun-klst. $2.(i5'ii 3 On; orchard run, 1.50 Cc'1.75; 'l'au:;erines. 20f4Ue per 30U-K1.ox. 40'.( ;,Uo per L. A. lug. PIOAKS Uurre clarKieu, Jl.oOfff 1 10 per 45-lb lug; Hurre i:,.sc. S 1 i ' 0 fill. In per 45-11. Iur; Winter Nells, smjill. Sl.lO'o l.25.per 45-lb lug; large, ?l lo ui. I ... , D'Anjoiis. fancy, Jl. 77,(1 2.00 packed box, medium, 25c less. PFIiSLM.MONS Two-layer flats, 11 i 50c pi v. : pi'Ll :s .'.n ::.;;, per crate l.f 18. ri:i :TMii,i:s. ARTICIIoK i;s l.,ir,:c sizes, fancy. Jl 50 61 1.76 per .standard box; extra, high a s f2.25Q2.ti; medium. small, si.ooifi' 1 25 HHANS Flue Lakes, Mexico, .1 A ff He II. . Hon 11 1 i l'n 1. Florida, in '.i I ::.; Wonders. Mexico, !"" 12' ; lamas, Sa 'I I 'lego. 7 '11 fir. HKFSSHI.S SPROUTS--:' !u 5c a lb: Jum Lo. li ui , c ni'vui'ii 'fci:ta i.i carrot s. 25'.(3i'c: turpiiis, :'.:,'.,. .'V do'- n I. o h.; . raili.-.hc-s an-i a!..ii-.v,. li 'u' .". 11 .K'en 1. 1; 11. I. - s , gre.-i: . riions. '-,5 r :('.: dozen hunches, turnips, 2.7'o; :;oc , fKI.HP.V ('hula Vista, crates, S3. 35 'ii :!.;.!' . hall' ct'MI.es, .'I.7.5; Ft. ill seed, .? 1.0H fff l.0 ci ate, extra. liitiB as 5 1..5. CAHHACR Local. 40 5? C5o per dozen heaths CAL'LlFl.i HV-ER-CO fr 75e per doz en; exlrn. ; ac; poor.-r ;:oiff 4iic CCCI'MniClls Hothouse. S2 oa rf 2 15 box of two doz; FtiKlish. $3 0.0 per doz.' FCCPI.ANT Soiillurn, fancy, S 5c lh . seconds 5 r, 7e. CAIM.IC- New crop.. 3jc; fancy hib-as 5c. .IFP.FSAI.FM .IP.TH'IIOKFS 75 .sic per I... A. tagi. ' LFTTFCF Imperial, icde. ?2 00TT 2.50; dry, southern San Joaquin Val-lev, $1.00'fl.25: Imperial, 51.35 l.iu; Sa'llna. "ScWSt.OO. WUSHROOMS Cultivated, 35 40c U. II. I.I. Ilollllll.il. UNION'S p.mkskins (Australian P.iown), ?1.55'.i 1. 40 sack; extra fiiti-oy, fl.50, 'ellon Clohes. Oreiton, fi::5(.jj 1.10; California, 05('is5e; While boilers, .small, 50-lb sacks, ;!. oil'.)' 1.10; lai'Re si::cs, J 1.10 (ui 1.25; Hi ' ' ii onions, 7 ., 'ir 55c Iiir'. PHAS - - Coaeliella, fancy, 10J712..'; No. 2, 7 ,' s,. ll,. PFPPKHS M. xican. 15ifl7e per II'. isaha. I2 "i I.:. : Chilis, 10a'12c. PA KSN I PS 4 o '.(' jac Inn I '( I 1' A i ( 1 1 3S M'ashed l ivers, per sack. $1 40'U1 5ft.. .No 2s, DO.' 'it J 1 (u) : V -.kl in a. nominal; l.lahos. POIKi 1,3; Klamath, ?L2t 1.25; Chico Tl'llimphK, 5'll'le It., sweet potatoes, I tf i v.c lb: Nancy Halls, 1 a, 0 2i : New .Mexico yum, $1.35 01.50 hiishel hnniper. IfliriiAHII Southern. 75QiS0o 2'i-lh 1...X; hothou.se, Jl.75ST2.2i per 1.,-ili box. , S A c K I: I) y KG kt A HLFS Carrots. $1.(104'? I 25; white turnips. $100 1. .:.'; rulahaea,i. 1 .00 ii 1 . 25. SPINACH Pest. Sli'lc per lh; 70 ifi 75c siuail crate; poorer, low as 40 i(, .'. nr small era t e sgl '.su '--Zu echini, $2.00 i 2.25, fancy: .xtra fancy, $2,50; Danish, 75c'j 1 on p. r crate; Cream, 75c lue; Haiiaua, I 1 c lb; Hubbard, Hji i,. Hi. TOM A TO FS Heavy fancy pack, San Di.po ft 75i'2.O0 per crate; hms. $2.75 :if 3.00-: liothouse. ftiecinl. If..' lb; No. 1, ISiffMc; No. 2, 8 9c; Mexican; $2.50(1 3.ti5 per lug; crates, ? 2.50 J 2.05. ' Morris plan Officers Are Re-Elected Vice President Owen C. Carr of the Morris Plan Company of Oakland, reports an increase of 7 per cent in loans consummated in th Eastbay during 1932, the total advancing to $900,000. The institution's resources Rained in excess of $100,-000 in the 12 months. Stuck holders elected the following new directors: Louis J. Breuner, W. F. D. Brown. Milton W. Dobr- Q zensky, E. B. Field, Harvey B. Lyon, Dr. John F. Slavish. Re-elected directors included Owen C. Carr, F. A. Collman, J. F. Hassler, O. D. Jacoby, Frank D. "Mover, Fred B. Richardson, C. H. J. Trftman, Henry Zentner. j The institution's officers were all re-elected for the -fi'fuing year. President, F. A. Collman; Vice-' President and Manager Owen C Carr; Vice President, F. D. Moyer. E. V. Stevenson was advanced to the position of secretary-treasurer. - And Cashier J. L. Church was also elected to the office of assistant 0 secretary-treasurer. Unsettled Trend in Local Eersr Market Local egg prices quoted by Poul try Producers of Central California to retailers dropped another 2 cents per dozen for all three sizes today," marking a total decline of 10 to U cents in the week since Jnuary 12. ';'. .day's levels were established at 23c tor larne, 21c for medium and Hie for small sizes, which contrast with a ramie of 33, 32 and 2D cents, respectively, the top of the recent upward movement which terminated with a 4c slash last Thursday. flutter prices remained stationary at 19c for 92 score, 18 'A.C lot. 91. and 18c for 90. - Milfeed quotations developed an unsettled trend following yesterday's 50c to $2.50 run-up. In som cases, the advance was lost in today's trade, but on the whole a slightly higher range was held than that current earlier in the week. POULTRY Oakland wholesale prices for ive poultry from jobbers to retailers, in crop lots, for the average good quality now arrivltiK. Prices furnished dally hy Oakland Poultry & L'Rg Co., wholesale distributors, 3S2-3i4 Second Street: ( v.lored hens, larare ( 'c lor,,.) hens, nie.i i uin . . . I. el-horn l-.cn: Lei,hnrii hens, medium .. ... .imrii I'.i'im. : i.ia 1 1 . . . . l.-t 'lorn I. rop.r.s, 1-1 !' I .. i, !ior n f r; "s 1 -'', - 3 "c I,"l horn i rye s, .uit V' :,, I i; nt; I'ouMcrs. m e: 5 i 'oh, roil b rollers. I '., ) ', Colo: e.l fryers. 2-2. Iks '. ( 'olor,-il fryers, over 5 I lis Colored younc; roosters. lbs a nil o i Colored yoiini stacs .... Colored old i. osiers .... Leghorn ohl roosters . . . Colored caflons Dinks, white, youn; .... Old Geese, yotinfe, fat Old ' , . .- Dnniest i- re I'l.it. 2'':, - IP. .1 ; ck I'll Sl.it s, per do:; Pi-M'.-tis. per doz Souabs. per lb Cuinea hens, per doz.... T u r k e v s Yniine. hens, fl lbs a n 1 over 1 5 1 In Toms. '1 lbs an i.. ,-r .... 1 I 1 1 2c Voting hens, dressed limine Yo'ini? toms. dressed l.lirMtc, Old hens, dressed 121M3c Old toms, dressed ...llffilgc 17(?HSc l'l'iy Uc l 7 jl 1 Me 1 1; f 1 7e I '' Si 1 7c I ' '! P'c I7'c I sc I 'n I 7c 1 i 'i: t 2c 1 7 'u i c I 3 ''i I Do lb it' 13c 1S7 10c 13'., He Hi lit- I Ic 7 1: Sc 2'lfi 22c I '.''!. 13c I Ul I 2c 12-'()'!. 3 c 1 e ' ' 1 1 c !"-o I He 7 5 ii' 2.00 . . .2Ifr22c SC 0U&7.U0 General Electric Orders Dip Sharply NEW YORK, Jan. 19. () Th . General Electric Company reports orders received during 1932 totaled $121,725,772, compared with $252,-021,496 for 1931, a decrease of 52 per cent. Orders for the quarter ended December 31 amounted to $27,351,058, against $25,065,402 for the third quarter, and $49,321,480 for the last quarter of 1931, a df urease from year ago o 45 per cent. Sales billed and earnings for 1932 are not yet available, President Gerard Swope said. The complete annual report VviU be issued in March. First National Bank Elects Officers The First National Bank of Oak- :a lend, at its annual meeting, re- : elected V. J. La Motte president. A, Andrew, vice-president, and F. B. Richardson, vice - president anf Q cashier for the year 1933. AsslstanV''-eashiers include E. E. Kottke, F. W, Clinchard and R. A. Schmalle. The board of directors for the . year will consist of A. Andrew. - Arthur E. Corder, Charles A. Dukes, Edward R. Eliassen, 'William. Knowles, V. J. La Motte. A. F. ranee, II. L. Machcn, F. B, ardson, James Traverse and James Tyson. F.Lleu. 3. Sgch- Sugar Prices Of f Ten Cents Locally v Western Sugar Refinery anjp-California & Hawaiian Sugar Rer -finery today announced a cut of ', ten cents in the base prices for sugars. The cut was put into ef-feet this morning. The new canei . : base is $3 90 and the new beet base $3.80. In each case for 100 pounds. NEW YORK. Jan. 9.(P)Sev. " eral sugar companies today reduced the price ofxrefined five point to 3.90 cents' pound. . ,.

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