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; 152 North Spring Street, Corntr of Court
, Money to Loan on Approved Real Estate.
FREEZE IN- THE SOUTH
WILL HELI' ORANGE TRICES
Special to The Herald.
. NEW YORK, April 22.— One hundred ami doventy-nlne carloads of nrnnpres
were aolrl this week, nKalnat 197 last week. Forty-seven carloads are advfirtlsed
lo be sold Monday.
The market continued very high, rpgulnr and smnll-nlzed fruit belnu In sharp
demand. But for some nagging on large size* this week and some poor fruit, the
renultn -would have been even better, but as It wns, about eighty enrs grossed
nearly $1000. the nvorHge of each registering unusual results for this time of the
year. As the weather continues cool, high prices should rule despite the, un
doubtedly liberal offerings still to come. Oranges will be greatly helped by this
week's freeze, which wns a great setback to the strawberry and vegetable crops
In Georgia, the ('arollnas and Virginia, so that southern strawberries thnt would
have competed with oranges will now be co high priced that the consumption
will be restricted.
Philadelphia reports that good navel oranges sold at $2.25®3.60.
Boston— Good navels, $2.7r.<f?)4.00. Bloods, $2.f>o(ii)S.s6.
Plttsburg— Several carloads averaged over $3.00 per box for regular plzea;
large slzca were weaker, selling at $1.75^2.67; medium and email sizes, $3.00(^3.80;
■ California lemons were poor and cheap; foreign lemons were also low, only
one cargo, 18,600 boxes having been sold here this week, ex-Bteamship Ooren.
One line of linn 3009 brought $2.RS; fancy 300s sold at $l.!)email@example.com; seconds, $1.40(0)
1.60; fancy 3605, $1.70(&U.!>0; neeonda, $1.38®1.85.
The fruit was generally ln good condition, but plainly revealed Us age.
i Next week 60,000 boxes will be sold and lower prices are expected, though the
prices now are the lowest ln years. Supplies in sight for the next thirty days in
clude 160,000 boxes, compared with 310,000 for the same time last year and 289,000
for the same time in 1903.
■ The depressed lemon market is great and Is hurting the Importers.
1 Quotations as given above are according to grades of brands as they are
registered In California ln the citrus brand register.
IN WHEAT PIT
CHICAGO BROKERS FRANTIC
OVER SLUMP IN PRICES
MAY WHEAT DROPS 11 1-2 C.
Wildest Scenes Ever Witnessed on the
Floor of Exchange — John W.
Gates Sold Heavily to
By Associated Prcjs.
CHICAGO, April 22.— Wheat for May
delivery sold here yesterday at 99V-io
a bushel, a sheer decline of HV4e from
the closing quotations on Thursday,
the last previous session of the board
Excitement seldom paralleled ac
companied the sensational Blump.
The cause of the break was an ap
parent abandonment of the supposed
gigantic effort of John W. Gates and
other Wall street operators today to
corner the trade In May wheat.
Today, as on Thursday, millions of
bushels of May wheat were thrown
on the market. As a result tho price
of the May option started downward
Instantly when the gong sounded for
the beglnnins of business. The wild
downward plunge continued through
out the day. with the exception of
one or two slight rallies.
During the last moments of trading
one of the few upturns occurred and
the final figure was $1.00 a bushel.
Under active' support from ■ Armour
& Co. the July option In wheat ex
perienced only a small loss, the net
decline for, the day being %c. Corn,
oats and provisions were wholly un
disturbed by the flurry, closing prices
today, being practically identical with
the latest quotations of Thursday.
It seemed to most traders to be
evident from the start that the Gates
coterie' had withdrawn " support from
May wheat. Opening quotations on
May were off 1 to 2- cents, at Ji.oß to
$1.09. " July was a shade lower to Vt<S)
'4c higher, at 87% c to 87% c. Within
five minutes May had sold down to
From all sides May wheat was of
fered I for sale, but the . only buyers
appeared to be traders; -with special
lines to cover. Houses that have here
tofore been presumably operating for
the so-called Wall Btreet crowd were
heavy sellers today from the outset
and as trading progressed the offer-
Ings from such quarters Increased in
At the same time the July option
was In active demand from Armour.
This condition of affairs was coinci
dent with a 'report that representa
tives of Gates and Armour at a secret
meeting had made a joint agreement to
liquidate May holdings and switch
Into the. July option, thus forming a
basis for a deal In July - wheat . by
means of which any possible loss from
the attempted "squeeze" In May might
With startling rapidity the price of
May kept tumbling headlong, giving
hardly so much as breathing time- to
the traders who had been caught on
the wrong side of the market.
Scenes in the pit were among the
wildest ever witnessed on the floor,
traders shouting themselves frantic In
an effort to make or break prices. The
lowest point of the day was reached
a few minutes before the close, the
price- touching 98#e, a clean drop of
HVfcc from Thursday's final quotations.
The clang of the bell fjor the close
of business, however, caught the mar
ket at the traditionally maglo ideal,
$1 a 'bushel. ' '. - ■
While May was experiencing such a
downward whirl the price of later de
liveries dropped only a trille, July sell
ing off to 86% c. In addition to the
slump In May, predictions of rain
throughout the wheat belt had a weak
ening influence oii the July option.
The close for July was Him at 86%©
86% c. ■
General opinion tonight Is to the ef
fect that Gates and his friends emerged
from the battle with little if any actual
loss. Gossip Insists that they effected
an alliance with Armour and other
leading traders whereby the Outes
party, while obliged summarily to
liquidate May wheat on an enormous
scale today, were nevertheless pro
tected by their prior operations and
by their allies in both May and later
options. Another view of the situation,
according to «ome observers, Is that
the new grouping of ustute speculators,
Including the redoubtable Gates, has
cleared the road for a still more gi
gantic corner In wheat for delivery
during July. Tonight It was estimated
that five million bushels of the May de
livery were unloaded here and at Min
The extraordinary developments In
the wheat pit reduced trading In the
corn market to a minimum. July
opened unchanged to a shade higher,
at 47%t?47%c to 47% c, sold oft to 47% c
and closed at 47?4c.
. Oats, like corn, held firm, possibly
for lack of selling pressure. July
opened a shade higher at 29'^c, boUI
between 2!)V4c and 29% c and 29'/4@29?gc
and closed at 29Vjc.
An advmicoiin the price of live hogs
had a steadying effect on provisions.
At the close, July pork was off a
shade, lard was up a shade and ribs
New York Drops
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April 22.— There was a
big drop in the price of May wheat in
this market today. In sympathy with
the sensational decrease In the west,
the price broke here 4%c. a bushel. May
selling at PiHfcc" against $1.04*4 on
Thursday. The impression here was
that the May deal was practically over
and that only the final details remained
to be adjusted. ,
The leading futures ranged as fol
Wheat, No. 2— May, $1.00: July, 86%
@86?sc; September, 81%&81%r>.
Corn, No. 2— May, 47Vj'& 1 47% c; Jilly,
47% c; September, 4734 c.
■Oats, . No. 2— May, 29% c; July, 29% c;
September, 28% c.
('ash quotations were as follows:
Flour — Easy. Winter patents, $4.soif}>
4.80; winter straights, $4.40<f<'4.60; spring
patents, $4.f10W5.30; spring straights,
$4.10^4.70; bakers', $2.50®3.50.
Spring wheat— No. 2, 98ctt>$1.05: No.
3, 95c&5t.05; No. 2 (red), 98%«j'51.09.
Corn— No. 2, 47V&c; No. 2 yellow, 48% c.
Oats— No. 2, 30n; No. 2, white. 32c;
N0., 3, white. 2!»94@30%c.
Rye— No. 2, 76c.
Barley— Good feeding, 37<539c; fair to
choice malting, 40@47c.
Flaxseed— No. I, $1.27; No. 1, north
Prime timothy seed — $firstname.lastname@example.org.
Provisions — Mess pork, per hbl., $12.40
@12.45; lard, per 100 lbs., $7.07/.>< r rt>7.lo;
short ribs sides (loose), $6.75#7.00;
short clear sides (boxed), $6.87'/4(?T'7.00.
Whisky — Basis of high wines, $1.23.
Clover— Contract grade, $14.00.
Articles. Receipts. Shlpm'ts.
Flour, bbls 27,000 27,800
Wheat, bu 220,400 47,700
Corn, bu 345,100 506,000
Oats, bu 270,000 192,400
Rye. bu 14,000. 14,200
Barley, bu 124,300 12,000
Cereals of the World
By Associated Press.
LIVERPOOL,. April 22.— Wheat mar
ket closed: holiday.
NEW YORK. April 22.— Wheat— Spot
weak. Options closed: May, 99& C,;
July, 91% c; September, 85% c. -
SAN FRANCISCO, April 22.— Wheat:
Weak. May, $1.42; December, $1.27%;
cash, $1.52%. - ■■■'.■: '
Barley — Weak. May, $1.14; December,
8754 c; cash, $1.22^.
.Corn — Weak. Large yellow, $1.27%
TACOMA, Wash., April 22.— Wheat:
Nominal and unchanged; blue stein,
9314 c; club, S6c.
PORTLAND, Ore., April 22.— Wheat:
Blue stem, 92@94c; valley, 88c; club,
By Associated Press. I
NEW YORK, April 22.— Close: Prime"
mercantile paper, 4@4V4 per cent.
Sterling exchange was nominal, with
actual business in bankers' bills at
$4.8C20@4.8625 for demand and at $4.8445
(&4.8450 for 60-day bills.
Posted rates, $4.85 and $4.87.
Commercial bills, $email@example.comU. j
New York Bank Clearings
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April 22.— The state
ment of the clearing house banks of
this city for this week shows: Loans,
$1,107,294,900; increase, $7,683,800; de
posits, $1,151,968,600; Increase, $12,266,
600; circulation, $44,433,200; increase,
$25,300; legal tenders, $83,323,300; In
crease, $200; specie, $216,116,900: in
crease, $5,162,100; reserves, $299,440,200;
Increase, $5,162,300; reserve required, '
$287,992,150; increase, $3,066,650; surplus,
$11,448,050; Increase, $2,095,650; ex-U. S.
deposits, $15,687,900; Increase, $2,080,375.
By Assnclutcd Tress.
WASHINGTON. April 22.— Today's i
statement of the treasury balances In
the general fund exclusive of the $160,- '
000,000 gold reserve in the division of '
redemption shows: Available cash
balance, $135,190,460; gold, $34,110,542. .
By Associated Presa. ,
OIL CITY, Pa., April 22.— Credit bal
ances, $1.31; certificates, no bid. •
Imports of Specie
Hy Associated Press.
NEW YOltK, April 22.-The imports
of 4 specie at the port of New York for
the week were $301,186 gold and $23,269 ,
Chicago Live Stock
i:y Associated I'leta.
CHICAGO, April 22.— Cattle: Jleceipts
200; Ktcaily. (jood to prime steers. 16.00
fe'6.75: poor to medium, |firstname.lastname@example.org;
stockei'B and feeders, $170<fjD.0O; cows,
J3.60«j6.50; heifers, 18.00Cf6.90; canners,
Jl.6offS.flo; bulls, »email@example.com; calves,
ilugß — Kecelpts today, WW. t.\
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 23, 1905.
I - aBODBSBW,"' .■.';
<S). iLi | ,... v! ; . !',...' if. ' .'®|
H. W. Hellman Hldg. N. E. Cor. 4th and Spring
Safe Deposit Boxes
Of Special Sizes Just Installed
77. . . . Bo'»ea~tof~Ren"t fli^ OO p"""^'" '"'"^ i"tfpw«7d.
Our safe deposit vaults are the strongest and
most conveniently located of any In the city.
V. ISIISMIHSSIM !■■ ■■ — IHII—LJII'jH ISSIISL.JSIMMS— II Jill I S_SH^
CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
Couthwestern National Bank ~~ joiin b. cravens.^ prst.
W. W. Cor. Second snd Broadway. Capital. 1300,000; Burrius B an"'pront». XO.OOO
Commercial National Bank w. a. bonynuk, vTU.
.„ _. , fc . . C. N. FLINT, Cashier.
m B°"th Spring. ___p"?!!"JiJ!*! 0 . n 22 l 'i Surpliifi hii.l rrnflln, $10,000
Farmera A Merchants National Bank J. > W. TIKLLMAN, ' Pms, .
rv,. itt. . n^ u.i. d.. ■ CtIAS. bliVi.Hlt. Cashier.
Cor. <th and Main Bis. Capital. t1.&.0.0u0j aurplus and Prodis. tI.IM.DDt
first National Bank ■> *»■ klliutt. it*..
__ ' J WT. B. HAMMOND, Cashlsf.
S. E. Cor. Second and Spring. Capital, tMO,OUO; Surplus and front.. tm.tH*
Merchants' Nat.onal Bank • M. w. HtuaUNjigg*
"* N. E. Cor. Becond and Main. Capital. >iOO,noo; Surplus ami Profits. H50,00>
Los Angeles National Bank w. <:. j-ArxiciisoN. Pr«.
..„„..,., u , O. E. BITTINQER. Cashier.
N. B. Cor. First and Bprlnr. Capital. IMO.OOO; Surplus and Profits. |.Ill,oM
American Nat.ona. Bank ~ W. F. .^SSS^SSi.
** 9. W. Cor. Becond and Broadwtay. Capital, tl.OOO.OOO; Surplus and Profits. 171.00*
Rational Bank of California " . j o^ F i ll 1 B n c 11 i uu M HH A N7 Ic«n,1 c«n,. P r:"-
Ij N. B. Ccr. Second and Spring. Capital. HOO.OOO; Surplus and Profits. KlS.00»
Stato Bank and Trust Company »«•
N. W. Cor. Beoond and Sprint Capital. tSOO.OOO; 'surplus and Profits. W.OM
Citizens' National Bank K - '■ watkks. Pres.
mzens isanonai oanK A 3 waters, cnshier.
N. E. Cor. Third and fiprlnf. Capital. >280,000, Surplus and Profits. tl».l»*
Broadway Bank & Trust Company finß s^awjjJCEN.^Prta,
808-810 8. Broadway, Bradbury Bldg. capital, liaO.OOO; Surplus* and Profits. tHt,DOS
Central Bank WILLIAM MEAD, Pres.
enirai uanK w c duhoin. cashier.
N. K. Cor. Fourth and TJroadwnv. Capital. $100,000; Surplus ami Profits, M«.jn»
ITNITED STATES NATIONAL BANK Z
" Main anil Commercial Sta. Ol'TH'KtW— lsalaa M". llollmun. I'rra. ; O. M. Kourtcn, \'h-e
Prp». ; K. .1. Vawter, Jr., Cashier. lilllKt'TOUS— laalas \V. Ili-llmnn. M. A. Ncwniark, n. 11.
Ijicy. M, A. Hamhuißpi-, .1. A. (iravn?, Dr. .1. 11. Billiard, O. M. Snurlon.
j&Qb. EQUITABLE SAVINGS BANK
f jnpr\ FIRST AND IIHOADWAY. DIRECTORS— W, J. WASHBURN. President; AM-
\!P*Vfi> J CIIiBALD r>OUOL\SS and W. J.. DORAN, \lco Presidents; P.. K. JOHNSON,
V*»iiv<y Cashier; HON. FRANK P. FLINT, CUAS. S. BRADFORD, GKO. E. BITTJN-
NSSSJX' 'HER, .T. O. KOEPFU, WILLIS H,--T!OOTH.»'"" • f - ■•• - ■ •
DOLLAR SAVINGS BANK a TRUST CO. iiia™?
** Accounts opened with II or more. 4p er cent on Term Deposits. Money loaned on
approved real estate. Directors: James a K ays, Pres. ; Wm. D. Stephens and C C. Des-
mond, Vice. Prea. : Wm. Mead. Robert N. B ulla, W. C. Patterson, Oscar C. Mueller! NeJ-
son O. Tanner, Secretary. Open Saturday sight from 0:80 to t.
Consolidated Bank BroiXt ss^» ta Ta.ss.
VIMIOUIIUUII'U L»UIII\ Broadway solicited. W. H. Carlson <ex-Speclal Commr. of
Railroads of Cuba), President; J. O. EstudlUo lex-State Treasurer of California), Ist Vles-
Presldent; V. 11. Plioa (ex-State Harbor Commr. nf California), Sd ' Vlce-Prcstdent; Wil-
liam Graves (capitalist. South Orange.' New Jersey). Director; C. S. Albro. Cashier.
Wanted to Eat, His Cake
And Have It Too
Merchants Trust Co., 209 So. Broadway.
I have in hand some funds which I
expeot to be called upon to use shortly
but do not know exactly when, I would
like to eat my cake and have it too,
that is, I would like some interest on •
my money and still know I could. have it
if necessary, without losing the in-
terest. Your good institution has so
many conveniences I, thought perhaps you
might have had. other-applications like
my own and devised a means of satisfying
A. T. Furst.
Mr. A. T. Furst,
We will be pleased to accept your
deposit, allowing you, three per cent
interest from the date of deposit
until withdrawn. Ten days notice to us
is required to withdraw deposits of
this class; there are no other
restrictions and no loss of interest.
Trusting we may receive your
z£S\ account, we are,
Merchants Trust Company,
fasJi.a 209 So. Broadway.
pected Monday, 40,000; opened strong
to se. higher; closed steady. Mixed and
butchers, $firstname.lastname@example.org; good to choice
heavy, $5.60©'5.60; rough heavy. $8.35« i()
5.45; light, $5.40<g>5.50; bulk of sales,
Sheep— Receipts, 2500; sheep and
lambs steady. Good to choice wethers
(shorn), $f<25(5'5.50; fair to choice mixed
(shorn), $4.005H.7R: western sheep. $4.00
(ii. r >.4o; native lambs (shorn), $l.f>oi/t>.fin;
western lambs, $4. 50^7.60.
Official Stock Sales
On the Los Angeles stock exchange
yesterday 55 shares of United Petro
leum Oil stock were sold at $126 each;
10 shares of Union Oil stock at $80
each, and 50 shares of the same stock
at $81 each.
GENERAL FRUIT MARKET
Hy Associated Pi-i'hh.
SAN PItANCISCO, April 22.— Fruits:
Fancy tipples, $2.00; common, $1.00.
Uerries— Strawberries, }8.00#U.00.
Oranges — Navels, J1.email@example.com; iseed
llngß, $firstname.lastname@example.org; Mexican limes, $4.r.0
Lemons — Common Cullfornla, 75c;
Tropical fruits— llananas, 76c@|2.60;
Dried Fruit Prices
l)y Associated I'resa.
NKW POltK, April 22.— Uvuporated
apples quiet. Quotations: Common,
4ii !ir; prime, li:3of.iO.Mc; choice, t>.oo'.»/
Bifco: fancj', To,
Prunes, unchanged, 2%<ftbVtv. accord
iug to grade.
Apricots are In moderate demand,
I with the market more or less unsettled
by offerings of futures. Choice, 10®
I 10V4c; extra choice, lie; fancy, 12ig>15c.
Peaches, quiet. Choice, lO&HOVic;
extra choice, 10V4@10%c; fancy, 11%®
Raisins, quiet; loose Muscatels, 4V4 1 ??
6V4c; London layers, $1.05©>1.25; seeded
Metal Prices Unchanged
Hy Aiwrii'lKtirt I'i-.sb.
NEW YORK, April 22. — It was a
practically a holiday in the metal
trades mid no changes \ver« reported.
Lake copper Is n»"ted at J15.25ifj15.50;
electrolytic, $15.12V4®15.17i4; casting,
Spot tin is held at 30.35<Jj'30.50e.
Spelter, 6.00 p.
Iron in In moderate demand and un
Hy Associated I'ltm.
BAN PUaNCISCO, April 22.— Morn-
Ing session o( the California Oil ex
chunge; sales: 4tiO shares of Absocl
ated Oil Trust certificates, 32c.
San Francisco Mining Stocks
BAN FRANCISCO. April as.— The ufllclitl
closing quotations for miiilni; (look* today
wire •• fullowss
Alpha Con " Juallc* 7
Andes S5 Mexican 260
H.wi & Helcher ..MO Ouddeniul Con 18
llulllon 34 Uiiliir 12
faledonl* M Overman tl
Challengu Con .... SO I'utunl 17
i-hiilUi- 1» Savage 73
(!untl<l«ni-e »r Hip|'|>lon 87
Con Cala * Vh ..185 Hui; Flelcher It
Con lii-.ii.m-ui 1 Hlerro N.uu.ln 4<
Crown Point 14 Bllvtr inn I<M
Hxi-hi-cimi- v rui, ,n Con 74
UnuM & liurrle .. II II ih Con 13
lUlo & NorcruM ..Hi iellow Jacket »
Z^^^^ 85 **.- Th * ON** 6 S^ng* * aftk ln Southern California
ilitPWt Savm s s Coun t» up
A%ffifri nj 2 JJi With gratifying rapidity when you have a Savings
Puli^lft cAccount with this Bank
Silk 1!™1 !™ 1193 !JP A °/* Interest Paid on *> O/ Paid on the Regular
tlPflßSfi 4 TCrm DCPOSIU DePO§lto
llliiill]'!^ 11l Hill SC The Largest Safe Deposit and Storage Vaults in So. California
liflflijn Vl~\ TlHl offcr you absolutc safet » l for y° ur important papers, valuables, etc
I^^^W^ml $2.00 a Year and Up
T ■ film rim m SM \rw r_/\cc;rding to size.
• I^!^^^^^ ASSETS OVER. $6,600,000
f i I "N
A. 11. HItAI.V Vice ITf.lcl.-nt • ilOIlCy tO LOtHl "
W. l». WOOI.WUjK....VIcerrMM<int
, y. l H.Vmr7iN I/ .BW;.ndA.;i: r::l;!« In amounts to suit on first real estate mortgage, payable
ivfe'imfUKt T.£t'oJri£r in monthly or quarterly installments. I
ivL ; *
Southern California Savings Bank
In the Braly Building S. £.. Cor. Fourth and Spring
"^gr T^ /a Mm
The Bullfrog-Compound-Mining Co.
Offers a Limited Block of Its Treasury Stock --
At 2k a Share
PAR VALUE $1.00
But if you want to take advantage of this offer you will have to act quickly, as
the board of directors have already notified us of an advance in the price of the stock
— to take effect April 28th, 1905. The superintendent has orders to put a force of
, men to work on the Bullfrog Claims without delay. The uncovering of a rich body
of ore, which may happen any day, will cause the Company to withdraw its stock
from the market — and those who get in now at the "Ground Floor Price" will have
the satisfaction of seeing the value of their stock rapidly heading toward the dollar
The Bullfrog-Compound-Goldfield Co.
Controls six full claims (120 acres), four of which are in Bullfrog and two inGoldfield;
each claim being well located and showing surface indications of rich ore . deposits —
any one of which, by development, may become a "Bonanza."
GET IN AT THE GROUND Southwestern Securities Co.
FLOOR PRICE • Enclosed please find $ for which send'me
«is.sO will buy 8( »rc. par value. . . . ssoo by registered mall .nonassessable shares
*50.00 win buy s.ooo Hhires, par value.... *j,ooo of Bullfrog-Compound-Goldfield stock at 2/ 2 cents a /share.
■ 100.00 Trill buy 4,000 shires, par value S 1,000 ** * * ' " '
f>oo.oo will buy 8,000 -hare*, par value $11,000 ADDRESS ,
$400.00 will buy 18,000 Blmres, par va1ue.... «16,000 OCCUPATION
Stock in the Bullfrog-Compound-Goldfield coining Company is registered, full
paid and non-assessable— carrying no personal liability. The Company has no debts
and will incur none. Mr. Roberts, the Superintendent, is capable and reliable, and
the Directors responsible business men.
We have only a small block of stock left which we can sell at 2 l-2c, and we
must urge you to act at once— as the price will positively advance after next Thursday.
Fill out the application blank above and mail to us today, with your remittance.
Don't wait, or you will be compelled to pay the higher price.
Office open Monday and Thursday until 9 P. M., for the
accommodation of those who are employed during the day.
Southwestern Securities Co.
Entrance 503 H. W. Hellman Building
Home Phone 2096 • •' Angeles, Cal. ,
™" 5T COMPANIES I p a i 0 y erde Tract ~
r~^~~~':~"~r ~^~~~':~"~ ""^''"'"'""""''^"^^ lots 0j.%1' tioo. .
. FIELDING .T. STII.SON COMPANY c '°" ln V Ninth «!««««« .tr«t».
paid up capital $150,000.00 James R. Riggins & Co.
REALTV. STOCKS, BONDS Corow Spring »ml Court.
305 11. W. Hellman Building, Lo« Angles | Phon. «ot.. ov. r fi, m . Savln ,. Btßh ,
Member Los Angeles Stock Ex- Western Union Coda. ■
change and Los Anselen Realty Cable address "StlUon."
Boards . Telephones 105.
— — — — — — — _—^ _____________ Du you Read what January Jones
Title Insurance $ Trust Co. h '"°'^^. H r d '
(Corner Franklin nud Kew Ul«b Streets) • e% '
Cash Capital and Surplus - - $585,000.00 Laclede BroKerage Co.
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