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MERGER RUMOR
DISTURBS PRICES
SCHLOSS-SHEFFIELD STEEL
DROPS 22 POINTS
Weakness Due In .Part to Russian
War Conditions and Crisis Ex.
pected on Sunday— Loan
Rates Advanoed
DECLINE IN STOCKS ■
■'.- RECORD OF THE DAY
Conspicuous advances In stocks
yesterday were limited to Erie
second preferred and Southern
railroads. Atlantic Coast Line rose
in $1.40,*, and Louisville & Nnsh
vllle 2 points. Metropolitan Street
Hallway improved 1 and Healty
2V4 points.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas de
clined 1%; Lackawanna 1% and
Pullman 3% points. A sale was
recorded of Bloss-Sheffleld Steel at
Bdc. This stock sold Thursday at
$1.08 and much higher last week.
Tenhewiee Coal broke BU, Re
public Steel preferred %%, Big Four
2%, New York Central 1%, Lead
preferred 1% and Union Pacific,
Erie and Baltimore & Ohio and
Ontario & Western got a point
under .Thursday.
i A. break In Tennessee Coal of
6% caused renewed weakness nnd
prices yielded with little resist
ance." Sloss-ShefHeld Steel worked
back to 85c. New York Central
lost In. all, 2%, and Union Pacific
2H. :.-•■ -
By Associated Press,
NEW YORK, March 3.— A number of
Incidents occurred today which Berved
to upset speculative sentiment on the
stock exchange and renew aprehenslon
. over the reliability of the many re
; ports regarding combinations an
. mergers ; of , existing properties which
have been made the ground for buying
; stocks . for' some time.
- The market was weak from the out
,set, owing, It was said, to an unex
• pected volume of selling account. The
'unfavorable news regarding the Rus
, Blan position at the . Beat of war and
some suggestive rumors of a probable
internal' disturbance in the empire to
take form on' Sunday were supposed to
' account for the . weakness from for
eign sources. '
(The weakness was again pronounced
; In -the Pacifies and New York Central.
The market showed good recuperative
force from the first decline and there
■ were occasional recoveries and special
■^points of strength served as a rallying
point for tre rest of the market.
'But sentiment was again unsettled
.by the unostentatious appearance of a
quotation for a single 100 share lot of
: Schloss-Sheffleld tfteel, selling at the
price of 86. A second sale of the same
amount at the same price followed.
■The fact that 100 shares should be of
fered' down continuously for 22 points
without finding a single buyer had a
disturbing effect.
I P Other stocks which have been asso
elated with the merger report were more
"activity traded in, especially Tennessee
-Coal and Iron, and Its sharp break In
the 1 market had a/ disturbing- effect on
sentiment generally. The admission
: that the proposed merger had been
'.'deferred", was the only news to ac
count 'or the movement. ■
■-; The forecast of the currency move
ment" of. the week ■ Indicated a small
gain 1 for this. center in balance on the
regular export movement with the In
terior. ;! Subtreasury operations, how
ever, 'have absorbed more than $3,000,
006,' pointing to a decline in the cash
item; ' The present large drain Into the
subtreasury is largely due to drafts by
interior national. banks on their New
York corrospendents for payments to
the treasury department to make good
the • natonal bank ■5 ■ per cent fund,
which . had become depleted by the
large current redemption of bank notes.
This large redemption was an incident
in th* heavy flow of currency from the
interior to New York, . the New York
banks offerings the bank notes for re
demption as they were received. The
movement to replenish the 5 per cent
fund marks a stage in the reflux of the
currency movement. .*, „ -. ■ s
r.Rates for time loans were marked iip
again today, and it seems evident that
large progress has "been made In taking
up: the available supply of-credits'of
feredi by the trust companies as well
as, by the 'banks. ••■- •*
'The closing, generally,,- was Tieavy and
not 'ar from. the low level.
" Total sales, par value, $4,855,000.
United "States j bondß" were "all un
changed on call. , >
New York Stocks
By Associated Press. ' ' ■'■■■'■ .'.'■"■ "
'NEW: YORK, March 3.— The following
.', were < the 'Official quotations for stocks and
bends on the stock exchange today:
Sales/ - ■:■' • • Hlfh. Low. Close
X.BOO Atchlson .....:., i 89 Ti 8» 89
■ !>o(i da.pfd... 1U2!» l"3'/i 102 V
1 88,300 Atlantic C. L...140Ti 136 1401 i
16,200 Bait. & Ohio 108U 108% 109
<\1,300 Canadian Paciflc.KOH ny% nn%
'■}„ . .. Central of >'. J 199 V
■ i 2,700 dies. & 0hi0.... 61 ' i M\ 50 J
;.'..... Chicago & Alton. 41
•- 100" -do pfd , 81H , 81% 81
' 2,400 Chicago U. W... SBH 22% SS%
-300 Chicago & N. W.24OVt 240 239U
.» 9,«00 C..-M. & St. P..178H 177V4 17TVj
■ \,.300 Chicago T. & T. 17. 17 17
-100 do pfd 81TI 31% 31%
700 C, C, C. A St. L. »» 97 Vi S»>'i
300 Colo., ft Southern 26 26 251,
' ,400. do ; Ist pfd.... 60 60 69 >|
200 ! do'2d pfd..:.. S7U 87^4- 37>i
«. . '600 Del.'A Hudson.. lSO h , 190 190
.900 Del., L. A W 360 363 4 36*
600 Denver &R. «!.. 36>i 33Va 33
'800 do pfd 88 U 88 88 ii
»«.900Erle, „47% 47 47Vi
; 8,300 do Ist pfd.... 82H . 81 «; 81%
J0.600 do 2d pfd..,.. 71 H 69 H 70 U
....r.Hoekln*: Valley. ;....■ .... 4 1*J
100 do pfd 91% »1% 91%
- J, IOO Illinois Central,. H9>4 168H Jf>B '«,
.;,.., 'lowa 'Cfntral. i 29
.«'.".:.;-.td0,pfdn., .'.;.•.,...: 65
■ flop K. .<•. Knut horn.. ■ M>\ «0 . ' 30
J. 406 ■do pfd ...67% «6U 66
8«.««0' Louis. & Naah.V.l44H 1 42 u 142T>
1,000 Manhattan 1 171T, 170% 170U
17.706 Met, .Oecurltles.. 84% 83 »3H
23,300' Met. Bt. Hy Uf,% 122% 123 ,4
16,C0» Mexican i.'piitral. 24% 14Vt U*t
Minn. &■ Mt. U... >(8
- J,«04 M..BLP. & 8.8.M.116. 114% 114
.; do- pfd 110
S.JtIQ Mliaourl Paolflo. 109% 108<4 108 M
" 300 M.. K.& T 32% 31 , Jl»,
2.80H .to pfd.: 66H tt 66%
. KM) Nal. of Mn. pfd. 42Vi 481J 41 Vi
10,800 N..Y.. Central... 167 164% 1(6%
. 4.000 N. V., Ont. & W. 64% . 64 H 64%
6,800 Norfolk & West. 81 88% Bi%
....... -do. pfd .... ; .... 9i
31,000 Pennsylvania ...142 141 143H
400 P.. C, C. & BC. L. 82 (iIHJ 80U
52.500 Heading ■ »6 D4Vi *4%
■ 600- ilo lit pfd.... »1% 01 »i v
' 600 (Id 2d pfd 80 89% 89W
80.700 Rock island »*».. 35% 84% 86
I, SOU do pfd 80% 79 V, 79%
< 2,100 HI. L. *B. F. 2.1. 72 71)% 70 j
»0» Bt. Louis 8. W.. !6U . it if.t
3.100 'do pfd 68% 41 61U
29.00U Bouthei'ii Pacino. TOW ' 67% 6»%
I.SOd dn pfil. 118% .'llß% 111%
80JOO Southern Hy....3«% 86% 35%
900 do pfd. 7 »|Vi UH>; »t
aj.tO» T»xa« *. Pacific ««%. 17% 38%
J.IOO Ti.l., Bt. J..& W. 36% 36 86
800 do pfd 64% 64% 65%
fi.loo Union [>aclfle...U)l% 18)% 132%
l«o do pfd. ...... .100 »»% »9
1,800 TVabath 21' 22% JJli
PEICES COiNTINUE GOOD FOR FROIT
Bptctnl to Tfl« JWaM.
NEW YORK, March S.— Twenty carloads of oranges and one of lemons
were sold today. :
Prime fruit was much firmer, but n. considerable quantity was In
rerior, either frozen or delayed on road so long as to be stale. This fruit
sold low, rausing an irregular market.
a , Th , c d ef n«nd 'or good oranges is excellent. The trade only needs good
fruit for fine results.
The weather Is very favorable, moderate and clear. A considerable
t.urnber of decayed and puffy orange* now are coming, some of the car
load lots showing 10 per cent decay, others apparently on track a long
«n if f00?f 00 ? wl " b * n «<' M9ar y to stop decay. With frozen and stale fruit
eliminated the results will b# excellent. Shippers should see to it that
cars are not held on track until the fruit deteriorates.
t<ti£Al c ?f : •.N. N , ftvel T I J' ttr ? fftncy lßrge ' *«-*0®2.00; regular, $2.0T>®2.78; smalt,
i?"!n^»?« ; hft ! ye8 ' JJ 1 ', 80 ' , fano y J* r ? c - 11.76W8.10j regular, *2.00@2.65: small,
*1.90ft>2.10; extra choice large, Jt.65©2.40; regular, 11.8502.60; small, $1.90®
2.10; extra choice large, $1.80#2.40: regular, $1.8502.60; small, $1.90®2.10;
Ol°B5 c large, $1.45®2.06; regular, $1.«0@2.40; small, $1.40@2.10; standard, $1.40
Lemons— Extra fancy, $1.8002.35; tangerines, halves, $1.00@2.35.
Quotations as given above are according to grades of brands as they
are registered In California In tha citrus brand register.
i,»«n no pM 4«H 45% 4«
100 Wheel. * 1,. H.. It 19 in
(00 Wisconsin Cent. 34% 34M 24H
do pfd .... 52%
EXPRESS COMPANIES
Adams 240
American 134
SOO United States,.., 130 ISO 137
Wells-Fargo 260
MISCELLANEOUS
«0,300 Amal. Copp«r... 7«% 77H 77%
6,100 Amer. C. * T... 88% 35% SSfc
400 do pfd 94% 1)4 ».» 94
100 Amer. Cot. Oil.. 36 as 85
do pfd 96
Amer. Ic* 6%
800 do pfd 39% 39% 39%
100 Amer. Lin. OH.. 17 17_ 17
100 do pfd HI 40 89%
8.400 Am. Locomotive. 45 43 ■ 48
200 do pfd -..111% 111% lll<s
40,800 Amer. B. & R... 92% 90% 91%
1,900 do pfd 118% 118% 118%
11,800 Amer. Rug. Re(,,149 14A% 140',
2,400 Am. Tob., pfd., c. 97% 97% 97%
800 Anaconda M1n.,.109% 108% 109
2,700 Brooklyn R. T.. 6714 65% 66%
11,300 Colorado F. &1. 6214 60% 61 <4
16.800 Con. Oas 214 211 21»V4
800 Corn > Products.. 20% 80 19%.
200 do pfd 77 7«% 76%
1,700 Distillers' flee... 38H 37% 37%
800 Oen. Electric. ...lßßH 187% 187
100 Inter. Paper Jl% 21% 21%
do pfd 77%
Inter. Pump 89
100 do pfd 89% 86% 8«
600 National Lead... 84% 34 H 34%
2,500 North American. lo3% 102' i 103
100 Pnclfta Mall 45% 45% 45
7,600 People* Gas 110% 109 109%
800 Pressed Steel Car 88 38 87%
1,200 do pfd 68 68 67%
lflo Pull. Pal. Car... 245 245 245
2.800 Republic Steel.. 20% 19% 19%
1,200 do pfd.. 78% 76% 77
800 Rubber Goods... 25% 25% 25%
300 do pfd 97% 97 97
64,100 Tennessee C. & I. 94 87% 88%
1,700 U. 8. Leather 11% lift 11%
900 do pfd 104 103% 103%
3,400 U. B. Realty 94% 92 1)2%
700 U. S. Rubber 42% 4114 41 is
800 do pfd 113% 111% 111%
67,100 U. S. Steel 36% 35% 35%
2!>,900 do pfd 98% 96% 95%
8,000 Vlr.-Caro. Chem. 37% 36>4 36%
100 do pfd....' 108 108 108
100 West. Electric... lßl 181 .181
800 Western Union... 94 93% 93%
Total sales for the day, 1,045,000 shares.
New York Bonds
By Associated Press. . ■ -
NEW YORK. March 3.-The following were
tli© prices for bonds on the stock 6xctiftn£o to*
day:
U S ref 2s reg ..10414 Japan 6s cer ......10154
do coupon 104% L, & N un 4s .. ..103)4
do 3s reg. 101,4 Man con gold 4s ..MB",
do coupon 10414 Mcx Cen 4s 76
do new 4s rea; ..132", do Ist Inc 2-174
do coupon 132 Vi Minn ft. H 1. 4b .... 98
do old 4s reg ..104V4 M X & T 4s 100%
do coupon 105 Vi do 2nds BoVi
Am Tob 4s cer ..7614 N RR Mcx con 45.. 82%
do 6s cer 11614 N V C gen Z',t,a ..100
Atch gen 4s ....104% N J C gen 6a 135%
do adj 4s 97Vi Nor Pno 4s inr,'.,
At Co Une 4s ..102 do 3s 77
B & Ohio 4s 104% N & W con 4s ....103%
do 3"i» !>ri',i O!L rfdg 4a 97Ti
Cen of Qa 5s ....115 Perm cony 3Via 105%
do Ist Inc 90 Reading gen 4s ....102
do 2nd Inc 68 S L & I M con 55. .118%
Ch & Ohio 414s ..106% S Li & S F te *»■■ 91%
Ch & Alt 3%s .... 82 8 L S W con 45.. 8514
C B A Q new 45., 100 Sea Air Line 4s 91
C R I &.P 45.. 82% Sou Paclflo 4s ....95%
' do col Cs 95 Sou Ry 6s 119%
CCC & SL, gn 45,.102 Vi Tex & Pac IMb ....122%
Chi Term 4s .... 97 T SL & W 4s .... 85%
Col Mid 4s 75% Union Pac 4s ......105%
Col & Mid 4s .... 92 Union Pac 4s 105%
Cuba Ss cer 105% do cony 4g 133%
D & R G 4s 101 VI U S Steel 2nd 5s .. 95%
Dist Sec Es 79% Wabash lsts 118%
Erie pr In 4s ....102 do Deb B 701 i
do gen 4s 92% Western Md 4s .... 92%
F W & D C 15t. .110% Wh & L E 4b 93
Hock Val 4%s ..111 Wla Cen 4s 74%
Boston Stocks and Bonds
By Associated Press.'
BOSTON, March 3.-The following - were
closing prices for stocks and bonds on ths
stock exchange today;
Atch adj 4s 9S'i Allouez <1!<&
do 4s ...102ft Amalgamated 77%
Mcx Cen 4s 15 Am Zinc 1.. 11
Atchlson 91% Atlantic ..: 15%
do preferred. ...lo2H Bingham 30%
B & Albany ....254 Cal & Hoc . . HOT.® O7O
B & Maine 17! i Centennial ; IR%
Boston T. 155 Copper Range .... 70
Fltchbure pfd ..143 Daly West 16*4
Mcx Central .... 23Ji Dominion Coal .... 69U
NY NH & H ..200 Franklin 1014
Union Pac 1.12,4 Qrancy 5Vi
Am Ars Chem .. 20^4 Isle Royale 24
do preferred.... !tl'i Mans Mining- 11%
Am Pneu Tube .. X Michigan I;v.j
Am Sugar Uil% Mohawk 53%
do preferred. ...l 39 Mon C & C 3%
Am Tel & Tel ..145 Old Dominion 26V4
Am Woolen 21K Osceola 94
do preferred.... 99>4 Parrot 29',
Bom I 4 S .... 22',i Qulncy ...105
Edison X Ilium ..2.">0 Shannon 15Vi
Gen Klectrlc IS7 Tamarack - 12«
Mass Eleotrlo .... 16H Trinity 1014
do preferred. ...l 62 United Copper .... 12
Mass Gas 43V5 U S Mining 24%
United Fruit ...MOM U S Oil »4
Un Sho« Mch .. «S!4 Utali 40<4
do preferred.... 34 Victoria 4%
U S Steel 3r>% Wlnona 13^
Adventure 8 Wolverine 115
do preferred,... 95 s ;
Financial Record
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, March 3.— Close— Prime
mercantile paper, 3%®4V4 per cent.
Sterling exchange steady with actual
business In bankers' bills at $4.8670<Hi
4.8675 for demand, and at $4.8460@4.84b'5
for sixty day bills. Posted rates $4.BsVi
and $4.87%@4.88. Commercial bills,
$4.84%.
Bar silver, 59<4c; Mexican dollars,
46c. •
' Bonds— Governments and railroads,
steady.
LONDON. March 3.— Consols, 90 11-16;
silver, 28 li-lCrl.
WASHINGTON, March 3.— Today's
statement of the treasury balances
shows: Available cash balnce, $141,
267,191; gold, $54,497,610.
Pacific Coaat Trado
By Associated Pre».
SAN FRANCISCO, March 3.— Beans
—Pink, $3.00@>3.60; lima, $5.12%@5.25;
small white, $3.20@>3.45; large while,
$2.60@2.85.
Potatoes— Early Rose, $1.40@1.60;
Oregon Burbanks, $1.00@>1.35; River
Burbanks, 75c@51.00; river Reds, 65@75c.
Onions — Fancy, $3.26.
Various— Green peas, 3@Bc; egg plant,
20c; green peppers, s,<rf)l2Va« - ; tomatoes,
75c@51.26; asparagus, 7i"j(U"/4<:; rhubarb,
$1.50@2.10; garlic, 8@10c; Mexican to
matoes, $1.25@1.76.
Flour — Family extras, $4.80@5.05;
bakers' extras, $4.75@5.00.
Wheat— Shipping, $I.SO© LCD; milling,
$1.65@1.65.
Barley— Feed, $1.20@1.22V4; brewing,
$1.22»/i«*1.25: Chevalier, $3.25@3.20. .
Oats— lted-11.4001.55i write, $I.43Vs@
1.60; black. $1.35#1.65. .
Mlllstuffs — Middlings, $26.00(5>29.00;
mixed feed, $24.00@25.00; rolled barley,
$25.00(&>26.00.
Hay— Wheat, $10.00@13.60; wheat and
oat. $10.0016)13.00; oat, wild. $6.00p>9.50;
oat, tame, $8.00#11.60; barley, $9.00#
10.00; alfalfa, $8.00(S>10,50; clover, $7.00@
9.00; straw, 40(ft50c. . . '..- .
Receipts— Flpur, 19,961; wheat, 2537;
barley, 10,200; oats, 3668; beana, 30oO;
potatoes, 3300; onions, 958; bran, 1400;
middlings, 310; hay, 762; hops, 6; hiilo*,
619; ' wine, 48,250.
LO9 ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 4, 1905!
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET
Dull Dealing In Cereal*— May Wheat
Closed Steady
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, March 3.— From start to
finish the wheat market showed little
signs of animation, business being con
fined to trades of small proportions.
Notwithstanding lower prices at Liver
pool the market here opened quite
steady, May being a shade lower to %
®V4o higher, at 1.16@1.15%. July was
%(ift4e lower to a Bhade higher, lit
98%#99c. Commission houses showed 11
tendency to make moderate purchases,
but offerings were extremely light. A
rumor that the May deal was still in
operation and that the price of the
May option would soon sharply ad
vance appeared to be the main factor
In restricting offerings. Prospects of
an early shipping caused some selling
of the July delivery. In consequence
the tone of that option was relatively
weaker than May. At »U4% May
reached the lowest point of the day.
The bottom price -of ■ July was 98V-u.
The market closed about steady with
May at $1.15V4- Final (juotutlons in
July were 98% c.
Small acceptances of the country
formed the basis of a firm corn mar
ket. May opened unchanged to 11
shade lower at 47%<8'48c, and closed
48% c.
' The May factor 'in the oats market
was a good demand for the cash grain,
shippers and elevator Interests being
active buyers. May opened unchanged
to ' a shade . lower at 31% and closed
31% c .'
Provisions were firm early on light
receipts of hoys. Later the- .market
eased off on selling by pit traders. At
the close May pork and ribs were each
off a shade, at 512.52Mi@12.fi5 and $6.75
respectively. Lard was unchanged at
$6.95@6.97ft.
, Market P.anges
The leading futures ranged as fol
lows: ■
Wheat— No. 2 May, $MSH; July,
98% c; Sept., 00% c. •
Corn— No. 2 Sept., 48% c; March 45?ic;
May, 48V»c; July, 48% c.
Oats— No. 2 Sept, 29% c; March, 31% c;
May, 31% c; July, 31% c.
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour — Easy.
Wheat— No. 2 spring, $1.10@1.16-i:
No. 3, J1.07@1.15; No. 2 red, $1.14%@1.17;
Corn— No. 2, 45% c; No. 2 yellow, 46c.
Oats— No. 2, 31c; No 2 white, 32^@33c;
No. 3 white, 31%@32%c.
Rye— No. 2, 78c.
Barley — Good feeding, 38@39c; fair to
choice malting, 43@46c.
Flax seed, No. 1, $1.26%; No. 1 north
western, $1.38.. ■■■;■. ;■, - ;
Provisions— Mess pork, per barrel,
$12.40@12.45;'1ard, per 100 lbs., $6,80®
6.82%; short.ribs sides (loose), $6.62%@
6.75; short Wear sides (boxed),. $6.75®
6.78%.
Whisky— Basis of high wines, $1.23.
Clover— Contract grade, $12.60.
Articles— Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 34,100 24,200
Wheat, bushels ..... 24,000 > 45,100
Corn, bushels 607,600 . 239.D00
Oats, bushels 209,600 204, 50:)
Rye, bushels 8,000 12,300
Barley, bushels 107,800 14,100
Cereals of the World
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, March 3.— Wheat— Spot
barely steady. Options closed net un
changed to Vie lower. May closed
$1.14%; July closed $1.02%; September
closed 94c.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 3.— Wheat
dull; no sales.
Barley easy; May, $1.22% bid; Dec,
89% c bid.
Corn— Large yellow. $1.30(!J>1.37%.
Bran— s2l.oo@2l.so. *,- .•..:.
LIVERPOOL, March 3. — Close;
Wheat, March 6s ll%d; May, 6s lid;
July, 6s ll%d. . .■■/•■■ "■ ■-.
WORLD OF BUSINESS
Reports Show Expansion of Trade Un.
der Better Weather Conditions
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, March 3.— Bradstreefs
■vylll say tomorrow: More springlike
weather, has Induced expansion In dis
tributive trade at nearly all centers, re
latively best reports coming from the
central west markets, where the num
ber of buyers Is largely Increased.
Business failures in the . United
States for the week ending March 2
number 206 against 220 last week.
.Wheat, including flour, exports for
the week ending March 2 are 907,936
bushels against 923,022 last week.
NEW YORK, March 3.— R. G. Dun &
Co.'s weekly review of trade tomorrow
will say: Trade reports are still some
what conflicting but on the whole Im
provement has followed more settled
weather and the outlook Is considered
favorable, even In sections where cur
rent business Is irregular.
Collections are not as prompt at the
east as elsewhere.
Railway earnings in February were
only 6.1 per cent smaller than last year,
despite the severe weather at the start,
Foreign commerce at this port for
:he last week shows a gain- of $1,116,
819 in value of merchandise Imported,
while exports reached $887,424 compared
with the same week last year.
Hides experienced fractional declines
though the market is well maintained.
Commercial failures this week In the
United Btates are 245 against 252 last
week, 258' the preceding week and 236
the corresponding week last year.
Failures in Canada number 35 against
30 last week, 28 the preceding week and
27 last year.
Sugar and Coffee
By Associated Presa.
NEW YORK, March 3.— Sugar— Raw
quiet. Fair refining, 4%c; centrifugal,
!i',i test, 6%c; molasses sugar, 4%c. Re
fined quiet; crushed, 6.75 c; powdered,
6.15 c; granulated, 6.05 c.
The market for coffee futures closed
steady at a net advance of 10@>l5
points. Total Bales were reported at
184,500 bags, including: March, 6.05®
6.10 c; April, 6.15@6.20c; May, 6.2G@6.300;
July, 6.45(^6.550; September, 6.70#6.75c;
November, 6.90 c; December, 6.854}i7.0Uu.
„ ■ . ** »
Butter, ■ Egg* and Cheese
By Assovlatod Press.
SAN FRANCISCO/ March 3.— Butter
—Fancy creamery, 29c: seconds, 25c;
fancy dairy, 27; veconds, 25c,
Cheese— Kastern, 16®16c; Young Am
erica, 13#13V»c.
KkKH— ltan-.li, 10(1/ 16c: Hi on-, 14(<(lfit'.
CHICAGO, March B.— Hutter— Kat*/:
creameries, 22Ui(3Oe; dairies, 22©28 c. ■
KgRH- Weak at mark, 23fo2gWu, ° .
Cheese-Firm. 13@lSV4c,
EGGS STRIKING
NEW LOW LEVEL
PRICES TOUCH BOTTOM FOR
THE PRESENT YEAR ,
Butter Remains Active and li Firmly
Held— Fancy Potatoes Climbing
Higher— .Oranges Are a Drug. ,
Fish Plentiful
Thfl expected, that hai been In «rl
■ dence for gome time, came to pass In
the local egg market yesterday, The
selling price for ranch was fixed at 17
cents by the egg quotation committee
t on the produce exchange. This Is the
lowest price In a year, aa on this date
one yenr age the same price prevailed,
The cause for the slump Is that rnnch
0 era are freely unloading to dealer*,
c causing a slow Jobbing demand and aa
- the ranchers nre selling In this form
i. the condition Is met. Receipts are no
- excessive but an every one seems to
1 be full up on eggn the apparent market
i sequence Is nn era of low priced eggs,
i BUTTKH STILL FlßM— With all
t surplus gone and second grade butters
i cleaned up the creamery butter market
, yesterday was again firm nnd active,
i The Bteamer Santa Orua came In with
i about 100 cases. Even this supply did
» not seem to sntlsf y as butter board
• fenple were taking any possible sur
• plus from the Independents. As to the
I future of the market the outlook la for
t steady conditions, nnd little Is heard
I about a pofesible advance by the taut
' ter board today. For the present at
' leant, In the opinion of many dealers,
no decline will occur.
Cheese rules ns active as before re
ported and stocks are not . excessive.
. Prices are firm and shipping, as well
as local demand, is good. Receipts of
eastern are heavier than In many past
months. - Local makes do not seem to
supply the deficiency In stocks.
FOTATOES AND ONlONS— Demand
for potatoes Is active for fancy and
these are scarce. Fancy Salinas com
mand $1.8502.00 a hundred and will
soon be gone. Lompocs are $1.55@1.60,
and Hemets go towards $1.90. Re
ceipts are lighter In this week, Indicat
ing that warehousemen are not eager
to force goods.
All onions are active in tone and
prices for the fanciest touoh 3V&@3%
cents. Supplies are normnl, but no
surplus as the article Is a poor keeper
nt this season. While demand Is goo'J
there is lots to suit trade necessities.
FRUIT AND VEGETABLES— Offer-
Ings of vegetables were again light and
prices for peas, were 6©7 c; beans, 11®
12c; cabbage 85@9Sc a sack, and cauli
flower 35 cents a dozen, but poor. .
; Bananaa were freely offered, with
prices generally at 3 cents, owing to
overripe shipments.
Strawberries are' wanted. The few
In market were not choice and were
held firm at 14@16 cents. .
Demand is Improved for apples, with
Bellefleurs from - $1.10f@>1.25 on quality;
Colorado wlnesaps, $1.85@2.00; other
California varieties range from $I.3s'{j>
1.75 a 4-tier box.
Oranges are dull and crowd the mar
ket. Culls are too 'plentiful to permit
any stability of the market. .Culls sell
from 40 cents a box up, and fancy are
not above $1.50 a box.
FISH- AND OAME— Halibut was
aguln plentiful, also some rock coil
came, ln. Small fish were scarce. Good
demand 'was noted "and the northern
varieties* also found favor.
Crabs were plentiful, but lobsters
were as scarce as on previous days..
rjame came in fair quantities, ths
wild geese and rabbits being closed out
at the end of the day.
Poultry ru"| d as firm as formerly
and was just us scarce as no live stock
was offered. Young corn turkeys from
the east, In storage, meet with a good
demand.
PRODUCE EXCHANGE NOTES—
Today at 10:30 o'clock an Important
meeting of the board of directors of
the produce- exchange will be held.
Many matters of Importance are re
ported to be taken up.
A new firm has opened its doors on
Los Angeles street in the Germain
building. The concern Is known as the
Zaiser Brothers' company . that will
transact a wholesale commission busi
ness nnd generally deal In produce. ,
Owing to the temporary absence of
H. D. Darling, President Hack of the
produce exchange has appointed Paul
Piepers of the Monarch Produce com
pany to take the place of Mr. Darling
on the egg quotation committee.
Receipts of Produce
The following articles have been re
celved In this market on . the dut
named:
March 2—
Eggs, local, cases : 37
Kggs, eastern, cases Non
Butter, poundß 14,02
Cheese, pounds 3
Potatoes. Irish, wu-ks Cl
Potatoes.sweets, Backs Non
Onions, Kiickn. Non
Beans, sacks Non
Local Produce Prices
The following prices rule. ln a Jobbing *».
:n the Los Anseles market!
J3JTTBR — Produce exchanie quotations
Fancy valley creamery, 10c; fancy coast do
(0c; fancy dairy, too: choice dairy. 46 if
47>,(,c; fancy California, 60s, 26c; m!xe<
ttore. 18 © 200.
EgKB — Ranch, candled, 17c flat; no eastern
CHKKSI-; (all per Ib.)— Northern. 14 «i
15c; Anchor llarge), local. 17c; Youni
America, 18c; hand-made, 19c; easterr
singles. 14@16c; do twins, 14@lGo; do ched
Sloe; do' daisies, 14015c:'swlsa (domestic)
19c; 8wl»* (Imported), 190.
BEANS (all per lb.)— Pink No. 1, »5.75©4
No. 2. 13.2G<Tu3.C0; lima No. 1, 15; Lad)
Washington No. 1, »3.10®3.35; small whlt<
No. 1. $3.75; Garvanzas. !t>: lintels. 17.6008
POTATOES (all per 100 lbs.)— Early Rosi
Northern, $2.25® '.'.50 ; Salinas, fancy, 11.854?
2.00; Halinas, choice, I1.50Q1.60; Highlands
fancy. |1.35: Highlands, choice, $1.20@ 1.26;
Nevada Rurbanks, fancy, Jl.4oifrl.Si>.
BWEET POTATOES — Reds, 11.00; whit**,
II 26: yellow, 12.00.
ONIONS (all per 100 lh«.)— Tfllow D.^.
vers. northern, 13.25&1.50; Australian brown,
13.25133.50: Nevada, fancy, J3.(0@4.00.
POULTRY (per dosen)— Old rooster*. 14
04.50; old hens, |s<9<; young roosters. 16. 80
M.60; broilers. J3.BO04.OO: friers, «©•;
turkeys, alive, per Ib., HSMo; ducka, alive.
Is<K<; «*ese. 1101.60.
CEREAL GOODS— A» follows:
IA lbs IB lh«. M> IK.
A-I flour ......... ....IJ.M # I
Banquet flour !■*>
Pattrv flour I.lf ~
Eastern graham .... 1.4S 1.0 I.M
Eastern whole wheat 1.45 1.40 111
Graham fiour I.M 1.4 C 1 40
Corn meal W. and V 1.10 I. is |,w
Whole wheat flour.. I.M 1,66 i.to
Hy. flour >.75- 1.7J I.M
Cracked wheat J. 40 ' 1.55 t.M
Farina 1.40 I.M t.M
Wheat flakes, per case of S* Mb cartons.. I.M
da P«r sack of CO .bs. i.jj
do per bbl. of 125 lbs. net «.ot
HAT (all per un)— No. 1 grain, fancy, 17a
IS: choice. tU'tfl); No. I. 114; alfalfa. |IJ.
KKUITB AND TIKItUJKH — iiananas, f«inoy
Port LJmons, iiHV,o; strawberries, IO14c:
cranbarrles. MO a barrel. '
CITitUH I'-ltUlTB— I.mnon.. choice. 11.100
II box: fanoy, |2.25itf> 2.60 box: oranrea, na
vels. 11.5002.00 a box: extra fancy. 12.M.
ViSQETAULEb - Beans. string. ;Ho|o
Ib.! beans ,wa». }},«*> Ib.; beefa, «<WOa
sack; cauliflower, tooloo dozen; celery,
fancy. 60s dosen: chiles, evaporated. 110
Ib. ; *sTB plant, litHo Ib.; Karllo, 140 Ib. |
Uttuce. 20u dosen; lettuce, |l.i« sack; pea*.
id/Bo Ib,; spinach, sou dox*n; iurulp*. fc*
**OKAIN AND FEED (all per 100 Iba.^ net)
—Wheat, 11.10; wheat. 100-lb. sacks, »l.Ti;
coin, *1.4t; tracked oorn. |1.60; foed meal,
11.66; bran, heavy, |1.10; rolled i barley
11.16; oil cak* meal, ».'; cotton seed meal,
1MB; cocoaput cake, 11.66; shorts, tt-41;
oats, white. |l.l>; Kaffir corn. 11.41.
jiyu flour tl.n I]. TO II. ••
Cracked wheat 1.40 |.|| i.ip
Varlna 1. 40 I. lt 1. 10
Wheat aak**, p*r caa* o( II Mb. car
■ ton* , I.M
Wh*»t flakes, p.r »ck of id |b* i.14
W»m( flafcea, p«r barret et US lfcl. an. «.'«•
Corn meal. W. and T 1, 40 *.*• i.i*
■;*«terrt frhole wheat '
flour in |. IS. 1.11
Whole wh««t flour. . (.It i.St t.l«
MVR STOCK— not 4 P«r e\Vr.. (MOOT!
JS'.'Jrtt KS $**•' MO 4ll* for <>»|m» uteerfi
tft.lOOt.l* for Mil and helferm; r«l»». 14
•II .hep, par head, wothera. »♦.**«» . M;
•«H l»»<i tamb*. ISOJ4O. ■
OAMH fp»r i)n«il|_r«lVM, $I«JI.JI> «"t
lontnllft Jfo».«i wild •««.•, t*v«.
i ttONBT (combJ — Water wfin*. 1-lfc
frame. Tie) white amb«r, 14ei amb«r, UH«t
Inyo counir. im«j extraoted. fO-lb. cana,
NUTB— Walnntu California «oft, Mo. 1,
lSoi4ei No. I, t01««i hard. No. 1, toolt«:
pecan* pollaned. 14e; inmbo, lsdi. extra,
f«r«., 1401 He; medium, Hollo) BraalhJiutC
14© Un: fllhertm 1401S«, -
PATES— P»r«I«n Halowtw, «0-lh. bos, IH
O7r; l-lr>. paokaree, 7o: Fard. «o-lh«., t%a.
Arn.ES— «uotatlnn» are »* follow.:
n«l)<>fleur $1.10 11.40
Newton pippin l.tt 1.14
WlneMpa I.ls f.i*
I.ompoflK • 1.15 1.11 l
W. W. P*armaln*.., l.ts 1.10
K*A r«rm«M l.ti 1.00
•treenlnie 1.11 I.M
LOCAL STOCKS AND BONDS
Bank Stocks
v BM. As**4
American National liott H*
BroHdtvay Bank and Trust C 0... 140 IM
Central m t M
Cltliens' National 187
t'quitnhl* Savings Bank 110 ...
Farmers and Mtrchartts' National 120
German American 3«3 40»
first National no ...
Home HavlngK Hank of U A M 01*
txn Angles National IM ■'IM!i
l.o» Amt<.|»» Trust Co 10H4 109
Merehantn' National tOO. »M
Merchants' Trust Co
National Bank of Cal i«o too
Sscurlty Havings Bank 2.15
Southern Callfnrnla Savings 2so
Southwestern National mo . nou
State Bank and Trust 100 104
West BM« Bank 103 no
Union Bank of Savings SM
N _ :, , Bonds
„ , nn. Asked.
FrlcȤ Include accrued Interest. - , a, .
Associated Oil ggu M
California Pacific Railway 100
Corona (Jlty Water Co 100
Coron* Power A Wattr C 0..... ■ or,
Home Telephone , sou oo'4
Kdlson Electrlo Co., Con 9S - Ml
Lw» Aoaejes ft Redonao riy. Co. 10a
Los Angeles lat Con. Mtgs 100 101
Mlaslon Trans. A F. Co M
Pacific Blectrlc Railway Co IM 110
Mt. l.ewe Hallway m
"nmio nom. Water Co lot
Paclflo Light & Power Co 0814 Ml
Temcscal Water Co us
United Electrlo O. & P. Co. .. 93 101
I'nmonn Con. Water Co. .......... . . M
Riverside Light ft Fuel Co n.
Kan Antonio Water Co in
Santa Uarhara Electrlo Railway ■ 10S
Seaside Water Co 94 100
Phuai.lx Light & Fuel Co :00
Pomona * Ontario L. * F. Co. 100
VlsAlla Water Co.
Union Transportation Co «<-, 101
Edison Electric, old issuo 101 103
. (Miscellaneous Stocks
Edison Electric, pnferrcd ....... 71.50 . .
l.meig.ncy Hospital' ... «.00
Home Telephone 49.00 60.00
Home Trunt 48.M 50.00
j. A. Jockey Club 100.00 110.00
Title O. & Trust, pfd 114. 80
Title I. * Trust &fd lA'l.im
Cal. Portland Cement Co 13. 00
Bun Drug Co. ... ; moo
Pe.siflc Wireless Tel. Co 5.00
Oil Stocks
Associated Oil i.'ji ".'"f^ A '^''
Central ■ .' n y
Fullerton Con 15 »«
Fullerton Oil „. 3* "Uu
Columbia „ '
Continental 251,5 " 26>i
Glebe 07 .0*
Home (Whlttler) 70
Mexican Petroleum ]g ,23
Ollnrla tand Co 05
Reed Crude 2.21 2.31%
Union 71. 5« 72.50
United Petroleum l'l 0»
Plru Oil & Land Co
Whlttler Con Oil ni mv
Western Union lO rn
Pucnte OH Co so
West Lake 00& ...
■ Mining Stock*
™'.;'. ;! Bld - Aafced.
Butts Lode ]5.00 21.00
Orcen Con 27.00 3o!oO'
Jesse Belle 0 5
Nevada Chief M
New Era 1334 #]5
Nevada Keystone
Bisbee West C 02V4 ' .05W
Uolden Aigus 2D.00
Verde King ' v
Searchlight M. & M. Co 26
Bufa M. &'M. Co '. -.
Peninsula M. & M. Co 01- .05
Quartette c.50 13.00
Los Angeles Bank Clearings
Exchanges for the banks comprising the Los
Angeles Clearing house were as follows:
100l>. 1904. 1903
Feb. J7 $1,370,8 M.16 $1,056,80.1.42 $1,080,023.20
Feb. 28 1.301,819.11 1,118,328.22 989,807 71
Mch. 1 1,41)2,290.93 1,250,553.02 1,662,4«8 99
Mch. 2 1.587.848.71 1,050,850.79 74.1.275.51
March 3 1,614,970.47 1,0111,444. 73 1,002,337.72
GENERAL FRUIT MARKET
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 3.— Fruits
—Fancy apples, $2.00; common, 75c.
Oranges— Navels, 85c@52.00; seedlings,
86c#$1.00.
Lemons— Common California, 75c;
fancy, $2.50; Mexican limes, $4.50.
Tropical fruits— Bananas, 75c@i52.50;
pineapples, $2.00©3.80.
Shipments of Fruit
LOS ANOELES, March 3.— Carload
shipments: Oranges, 171; lemons, IS.
Grand total, 18,792.
Dried Fruit Prices
NEW YOHK, March 3.— The market
for evaporated apples remains as re
cently described. Common quoted at
4@5%c; prime SHlgJO^c; choice, 6@6'4c;
fancy, 7c. . .
Prunes continue to attract an im
proving demand and rule steady. with
quotations ranging from 2 to 5, accord
ing to grade.
Apricots steady with a light supply.
"Choice, 10K@llftc: extra choice, 11
12\4c, and fancy, 12®15c.
Peaches— Choice, lOUc; extra choice,
10<R>10%c, and fancy, HV4®l2c.
Raisins attract little attention for the
time being. Muscatels quoted at 4©
414 c; London layers, $1.05@1,25; seeded
ruisins, 5%@6u. ,
Metal Market
NEW YORK, March 3.— A decline In
the London tin market, where spot
closed at £130 ss, and futures £129 10s,
caused weakness here and spot was
lower, at }28.35@28.75.
Copper also was easier abroad, clos
ing at £67 17s 6d for spot, and £68
6s 3d for futures. Locally the market
remains firm. It Is said there are some
small lots which might possibly be pe
cured a shade under quotations, but
producers are still firm In their views,
with lake quoted at $15.50; electrolytic,
$15.37Hfa<15.6<>, and casting. *15.00#16.25.
Lead was lower in London, closing at
£11 17s fid, but remained unchanged
locally at $4.45#4.60.
Spelter lower In London, closing; nt
£23 15c. Locally the market was quiet,
but showed a firm undertone, with spot
quoted at JUofi6.2. r >.
Locally Iron was reported firmer and
some foundries are said to be holding
for higher prices.
San Francisco Mining StocHs
SAN FRANCISCO. March 3.— The official
closing quotations for mining stocks today
vi era as follows:
Alt* 4 Justice „,.1
Alpha Con 13 Kentuck Con l
Andes as Mexican 190
Belcher 15 Occidental Con 10
Best & Belchtr „100 Qphlr 71214
liulllon II Overman 21
Caledonia 03 l'otool Vi'/t
Challsnga Con .... IT Bavagr* 24
(•hollar 17 Scorpion jj
Confidence 79 Bate Belcher g
Con Cala ft Va „1W Blerra Nevada SO
Con Imperial 1 gllver HIM « ej
Crown Point ...... 14 Union Con 7«
Exchequer 47 Utah Con 1:
dould A durrl* .. pi Yellow Jacket it
Hale & Norcross..US
Northern Oil
BAN FRANCISCO, March S.—Morn
ing Beaslou of the oil exchange: Five
hundred Oil City, 66; 1000 Oil City, 66;
one Associated . bonds. 87; 35w> OciU
dtnUl. 6.
tss\ ■ '•'•' :<: <v <' .vr^tf^ J iv* ' ;^ ■■ '- 'titi'&'Z&l '^'■'^•••'•'•■: v-'V'i- ,_
miiiut "'"'""'•"'"""""""■"- '■■» iT'"ii" I--I- n,..i 1 ........ «....„;.',; v ',.. »y- ~-^
Capital $100,000 (^^^^
|p^f Surplus $170,000 ~W\%.
% ':i| Resources Exceed M ; , ; |
I \;| $3,000,000 m A
•;•• ••1* m \ /ft Ordlnnry /■ Yn t nm
|; $$ %J' V DfpoalU. "Tf /M Ueoptlto. I|£ ; .:|
fe> ' : ri ■ ■ ■ Dir«xtor»t l^'< ,' !, ■*.
' Wl 'lit ■ *• M - Kill"'*. O. T. .Tnhnann, E'^i VI ?M
$'>! ''£ Trenldent First Capitalist. K>J 'r'.'-'4, '':
•*'' '••''■ 1 /' n. nn L A ■"• Vim Nnyfl, «%*/;^- •':'".& lira «fB
* vl'v 1 ' .T •*• "rnh*, i'«oit»nnt K.» / «/'■ ■*
>!' iS 1 Prenlrtent T* A. tapitayst. fe«,.V'K« ' - 'V '*■
iV '"A ; Tru<t Co ' John «. Crown., M-'. <i'&
;,•. '•:? Kiln-In T. K«rl, I'rrjld^nt B. W. j,^: /'« M M
•••: .«£ CapltalUt Nat Tlnnk. |^- ($ sUlffll
'» \'# 11. 11, F. Variel, W. K. MnVnr, K;{'- *fr< • •
ti;i 'fj Atty. at Law. Canhler. p!"-'" 1 *'''j '
1-i".; ''*£ Wl s " Bnrtlett, President. l^"' "*~ssi '• '• *
P 'h Open Saturday Evenings to)^% ■
m :;| From 6:3Q to 8:30 ■ |^V^ ■■ §
M? •. % Half DpimmU Boxes <M.f|-"|;S
t ! "". .' : ;; ' r " m f- yw'y upward. *••• * •r.'-p
Rpi ■ ;i,S Money to tsmn • jjJV; ( i.-"^ . . B
Kf« '•$, on "PPwved real erntate. »*£.'. . ''40.
■ fe_J 223 S. Spring St. : ||J
CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
NAME OFFICERS
Southwe»tern National Bank John b. cravens. ■Prea.'
„„,_... A. B. JONES, Cashlexr- i
N. W. Cor. Becond and Broadway. Capital. 1300,000; Burplua ■ ana ' Profits. IM.OW
Commercial National Bank w. a. BONYNOB,'Pres.,-,
«»> c .. ~ . C. N. FLINT, Cashier. ■ i
«M South Bprlng. Capital. 1200,000; Surplus and Prtflts. V.OOt '
parm.r 8 & Merchant. National Bank ~~ &£k I %msg'i£S&-t:
' Cor, Main and Commercial. Capital. <1, 500,000; Surplua 7 and Profits. 11.1W.0OI)
- Irst National Bank ■" ' J. M. eluott, Pres. ■. '•
» ™ J. - ■ ■ VT. T. S. HAMMOND, Cashier. \ i
\ S. E. Cor Second and Sprint. Capital, 1500,000; Surplus, and Profits. $800,00*
o. An B e.c. National Bank • •w. c ™™»***~ ;
N. E. Cor. First and Sprßnr. Capital. 1600,000; Surplus and. Profits. H15.0W
Merchant.' Nat.ona. Bank h. w. h.llman. gjj^.
It N. E. Cor. Second and Mala. Capital, tZOO.OOO; Surplus and Profits. UOO.OM
Imerlcan National Bank w. f. Bgwroßi^Pjm, ... . ; :
8. W. Cor. Second and Broadway. Capital. tl.O00.O0u; Surplus ■ and Proflts. gg.oo* ,
d.tl.n.lß.nk.ffC.llfbrnl.' ?¥&&££*£&£*
1 N. E. Cor. Beoond and Sprint. Capital. »200.000; Surplus and ' Fronts. tIU.OW ;
>?tate Bank and Trust Company H.^. wooLLACOTT^Praa.
J ■ N. W. Cor. Seoond and Spring;. Capital. 1500,000; Surplus and Proflts. MO.OW
-lt.z.n.' National Bank - «• *■ water^ p™^, .■•
J N. E. Cor. Third and Spring. Capital. IMO.OnO: Surplus and Proflts. ■ 105.000
I roadway Bank & Trust Company RAR A w R^NNy L CasWer Pr * Ul '
/ 808-310 S. Broadway, Bradbury Bld«. Capital. 1260,000; Surplus and Proflts. 1H5.0M
■"entral Bank WILLIAM MEAD. Frea.
enirai oanK w c. DUROIN, Cashier.
/;•■.•: N. B. Cor. Fourth and B»o»dway. Capital. tlOO.000; Surplus, and . Proflu. IM.JO*
j^T^k. OFFICERS AND DIUKCTOnS OF THE HOMB : SAVINGS BANK:
' Jtf&<~T~>J^i. It- J- WATERS, President; ISAAC SPRINGER, Vice Fraaldent; W. F.
JKItC V/l/7bfio\ BWAYZE. .Vice President: O. J. WIQDAL. Cashier; DR. X. H.' BUL.-
»^L\^f M<l<7\-X\ LARD, HERBERT J. GOULD, REESB LLEWELLYN, WM. MEEK,
U r^2y£riK^\ \i J - M - "ALE, 11. J. WHITLEY. C. M. BTAUB..,iV . ,
lrr"^-l^C^ J^^iE II * Open tonight from 6:39 to 8:30. Money to loan .on approved ree l
\v\^wt/mS^7 // Four per cent Interest paid on deposit. '• '.
HOME SAVINGS BANK i
153 North Spring ■ >'<'■ Corner Court
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK & TRUST CO. &,? b£oa^a vu y bth
" . Accounts opened with tl or more. 4 per cent on Term Deposits. . Money loaned on
approved real estate. Directors: James C. Kaya, Fres.; Wm. D. Stephana and C. C. Des-
mond, Vice. Fres.; Wm. Mead, Robert N. Bulla. W. C. Patterson. Oscar C. Mueller; Nel-
son G. Tanner, Secretary. Open Saturday night from 6:30 to 8. <
C - tZJ~4-*A D.J, 124 South «Cbamber of Commerce ' Bids.) Interest paid
llOrKOllrirUPn lifinK d».TJ.',' on deposits. Savings and Commercial accounu
VUIIOUIIUUIUU UUIIn Broadway solicited. W. H. Carlson (ex-Special Commr. et
Rallrcads of Cuha). President; J. G. Estudtllo (ex-State Treasurer of California), Ist Vloe-
I President; F. H. Dlxon (ex-State Harbor Commr. of California). 2d Vice-President; Wil-
liam Graves (capitalist, South Orange. New Jersey), Director; C. S. Albro. Cashier. -
-M. P. SNYDKR. President. ARTHUR LETTS. Vice President. F.H.NICHOLS, Cashier..
CO-OPERATIVE SAVINGS BANK
'„'.■ . Cor. Fifth and Broadway
Pays Interest on Deposits. Open Saturday Evenlncs. I to 8:80.
r Mt. Whitney——^
Mount Whitney Gold Mining stock is going higher in the near future. When
it was selling for 8 and 10, cents we said it would double inside ,of six
months. We tell you now, In all earnestness, Mount Whitney. stock will
be bringing an advanced price long before the first of April and may ba
withdrawn from 'the market altogether. I.
■ FOB FURTHER INFORMATION, CALL, ON OR ADDRESS
Southwestern Securities Co.
11 " 11 "' 11 " Fourthand Spring
Geo. R. Bentel & Co., Y S^tTJ^ T^
■ 7 margin. Kooro 1, 11. W. Uellmun
Ilulldlnur. Mpmhers Stock Exohanie. Home Phone Ex. 20; Suniiet Main SS9. '.
TORRANCE & DICKINSON
LOCAL. BONDS AND STOCKS— S to 8 percent High-Grade Investments.
;:Scc Huntington i
i: Beach Company I
; ; 332 BYRNE BUILDINO I
A Or Any Real Estate Agent to* %
X Cholc* Beach Lets at X
I HUNTINGTON BEACH I
I $I9oK£ot I
For Good Investments
CLOSE IN, SEE
Bowen & Chamberlin
440 Douglas Bldtf.
The price of our stock is
10 cents
Per share, there will be another advance
soon. ,
California-Arizona Copper Co.
OT7 Uorffclh. Building
11
Build a House
— AT—
• — -—Ocean ParK
Mrs. Geo. Sibley, Ocean ParK
Win secure a tenant (or you and yon will n»»
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COACHELLA
Rlvenlde County. Callfornl*
Rector Bros. Realty Company
Sol* atsnts for Coachella Town Lots. Lot
Anseles office ISt 11. W. Ilellman Build. !
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The lilt of tb* Beasonl
Palo Verde Tract
of Course
JAMES R. RICCINS&'CO.
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