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! ; JLONO BEACH ..■ AND
\x-%m ■■. onocKßT.' stock - and
fl»tur««. --t Corner -• of . Short and ", Cnweent
f tro»tg, by th« T,. A. BOARD OF TRADK,
rorn'r First •■ and l spring ; streets, Kqultable
Pavings Bank building., '1
LoNr, SACH BAkTnO CO. (Inc.) MAKERS
of On" pastry, • cakes and bread. : Watch for
'ibrma January 1. { ■ Tour moneys
worta; full weight. *..■''- '*•■'.-*■■;,•'■";• ■
IF~TDTr~WANT TO . RENT' A HOTTPE BEE
M . P. .IcALLESTER. with «. 11.' MARTIN
* CO.. 2J5 I^st Ocean avenue. RcntaU a
sr"'lnllv.
fottXroo^i •»■ HOUSE, modern, FUR-
nlshed, two \ blocks . from ocean; ,-• good ■ loca-
tion. 243 Chestnut aye. ;t $20 per month..- •
I cOR jE— ROOMING HOUSE. 21 ROOMS,
newly furnished. In heart of town: a tiar-
1 — gain. ,ddre:s IgfRS. WOOD, 38 Pino »v«. .;
THK EAPEST PLACE TO BUT LIGHT
b a.r'lwB.r6 and; kitchen "utensils Is at J. W.
WALI-ACFVP, 435 Pine , ivunuc. '-,'-". :.;-..*
FOR CLEAN, FRESH, UP TO DATE GRO-
cerlos st lowest cash prices go .to W. OP-
PKHMAN, »02 Pln« »VMIII«.
NEATLY FURNISHED ROOM FOR OENTLE-
man. one block from ocean and poetofflce. 44
AMERICAN A-VENUB :. ■ ■"."'.' .' . '
FOR FINE PLUMBING AND GAB FITTING
go to WILLIAM B. . McKINLEY, 441 ' Tina
ftvrnile.
, CHURCH NOTICES
; -SECOND CHURCH, of
:/J l- christ. scientist
SIMPSON AUDITORIUM, 754 80. HOPE ST.
Ssrvlces Sunday. 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.: ser-
■ ■'; ■', mon . from tho Christian Science Quarterly.
Subject,. "God." Children's .Sunday school
'i, s:atB:SO5 :at8:SO a.'- in. Wednesday evening meeting at
,':." S o'clock. ' Reading rooms. 610-BU Herman
W . Hellmon bulldlnit. Spring .■ and Fourth
v?,- streets, : open 'dally, Sundays excepted, from
; '•!> it. m. to 5 p. ni. ' • ■ - ' "
ATTO RN E VS. AT- L A W
MARRIAGE AND PROBATE LAWS. NO FEE 3
without success. E. P. MORET. 521 Btlmson,
J t-t; Third : and Sprint.. Phone 6718. Open even-
Inga.
F KEI3 CONSULTATION, MARRIAGE LAWS,
prompt experienced; evenings. Attorney and
, notary, lir. Vi N. Broadway, room 3. ..
JOHir . A.- . WOOD. ATTORNEY, NOTARI
; public. Advice free. 414 Douglas building. "
: . PERSONALS ' ■
LADIES-ASK YOUR DRUGGIST FOR
Chlcbeeters pills, the Diamond brand; for 25
,"-' years known as best. . safest, always rc-
-.:;i|Bble. -Buy of your druggist: take no other.
rhlrhciHAra Diamond brand pills are sold by
■J druggists everywhere. . _ ,■", ". . .'
" ; IADIES-DR. ."La FRANCO'S" COMPOUND;
i ■•' Safe, sppedy regulator, 25 cents. Druggists or
'!-r.~ . mail. - Booklet free. DR. LaFRANCO, Phila-
di'lphla. -Pn. ■..-•■■■■ « ■■ • •
; BATHS AND MASSAGE
•ELECTRIC INSTITUTE, 220 FRANKLIN ST..
. ' room 6. Bath- and massage. New attendant.
, SHOE REPAIRING
.MEN'S SOLES, 36C; LADIES', 3CC; CHILD'S,
"-;'■" $oc; ' good leather. U6 W. FOURTH ST.
CARPET CLEANING .
' GREAT : X ASTERN. STEAM CARPET
;',•■ Cleaning works, 1117 San Julian. Tel. Broad-
way 4471; Home F&l4. Rug cleaning a spe-
cially. J URENTON.
PIONEER ' CARPET CLEANING WORKS,
': Incorporated. ' W C. Cllne, president, 716 S.
■ Olive Tei. Home F2830; Sunset Main 217.
V' " $ LEGAL NOTICE'
■ '*7~T^ic^^r^'toil^«oliicn?^Mc^n^~*
• '.• The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of Manhattan Savings
, bank for. the election of directors and
for the, transaction of such other busi-
ness an may gome before the meeting
.will be held at Its banking office, In the
city of Los Angeles, county qf Los An-
KCles. state of California, on Tuesday,
the 14th day. of January, 1908, at 3:30
. ' o'clock p. m. :.--- ■■■■ — ■—■■,-- . :■
" By order lof the board of directors.
f *-v>v-' CTHARI..E3 Hecretary. '■"'
FRUIT MARKET
, By Associated Press. ...
■.BAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 30.— Fancy . apples.
■•■ $2.i5: '- common, 60u; Isabella , and .muscat
; « grapes. !5q©0.50: • fancy . pears, $3.25; - persim
mons, COt^SGi: ; navel ' oranges,' $1.26@2,50; seed
• lings, -75c©51.50; Mexican limes,- $5.60®4.50;
S i common- California lemons, $1.25@1.75; good to
gj choice, '• $1.7662.60; : - fancy, $2.75®3.50; • bananas,
v.f1.00e:.50;v .f1.00e:.50; "pineapples, $3.0003.50. ; .
Dried Fruit Prices
By Associated Preks. , .
NEW TURK, Dec. ; 30.— Tho market for
':.; evaporated apples continues quiet, but prices
aru maintained In the absence of gelling pres
"j""j!sure|?fancy.' liaise: choice, 10c; prime, Scnl
;; ;£ Si<c; 1906 fruit, 7©llc. : Thero ; is : some . effort
f -.xo e«ll prunes In order to reduce stocks before
M tho clofc of the year,' cut the general rnnijo of
N~: prices Is unchmiKKl at r.*4<&,l«u . for California
„i„ i fruit' and at 7@79j0 or Oregons ' up ■to 60s to
;>; >; > Peaches are unchanged with choice quoted
M lZitjlS'ic; extra choice. 12®13%c: fancy, ISO
R kls*4c;i extra fancy, H@l4«c. Apricots are un
• I chKiigcd; I choice, - 2213-233 : extra choice, 23®240 ;
' fpney, W926C. • Raisins are quiet with' looso
•*i muscatels quoted at 7»ic; seeded, 7&9U0; Lon
don layers, $1.70@1.50. •> ■ .. ■■
ILLUMINATED PAINTING
CALMS WILDLY INSANE
Picture of , Christ Shown to Patients
-. in Asylum at Maeslllon, Ohio,
H*^ Has Beneficial Effect,.
Hk Say Keepers
•: ■- ■ - : BMattd Press. : : . • ..
*'. '"! ■fc(3O, ' Dec. 30.— dispatch from
J ? - .'MB.' Ohio, says that the physicians
W jß ■Mats hospital for. the insano yes-
MBaßlled the experiment of exhibiting
•-- ■tlents a large painting of Christ
MBjWil . by electric lights. It is be
«:^B>t iby l thus concentrating the
irr--BJBjWw of the i insane upon this picture
fflHWneflclal therapeutic effect will be
■Paucpd ;in ;. their recovery. ■• ..V ■' >
Jlar>y... 01 the 1 , patients, recognizing the
Bubjtot ' of -the painting, raised': their
hands >in ' supplication and some : fell 'on
their knees- 1 and wept. ■
TABLE] OF .TUMPICHATURUS
.. . -v- ...... --„.- . . . N5
'..' <j>; . ,' ■ , Mln.Mnx. <•>
<•> Atluntu .............. 04 62 <$>
<•> Illximl ilk ;...;....,... 4 "'l» v i,
<$> Boston ............... 34 ■ 43. <•>
; '<s>j Iluffalo '. ,\ . .V. .'..'. . . ; . 33 -■'■ 4U ',' \"
.<•>' Chicago 34:. 38 <?>
■•:■ Cincinnati 4$ .-' ■60 ';'<s>
$> Cleveland, ..:'.;;. '."... : ; 40 ■ l .14 «
■i- Itenyrr '."....'..,;•. '..... 14 38 ♦
\i> Duluth ",..........,... a'- 28. ••■>
<j> UK lllH ' 4« 54 .<s>
<* El i I'uho .............. 36 66 ; ■••■
■••■ Gulveston ....1....... '64 68 <$>
'• <•■ Jacksonville ' ' .".".' ....... 64 78 •&
■• Kitnuis < H.v 1 32 [52 <$>
A Knoxvllle ............ Be , 64 -i
<*> Little J Rock :.."........ 41 64 •$>
. -4, siiiM'icitjr, >;■..;.. .... . ia •■." as . <$>
<•> Montgomery v 62 . 68 •$
. A New Orle«n« ;;.^". ..7. 68 '„'-'.• 76 •' <J>
•.;<Sf> New 1 Y0rk''. ....:.'..... .40 ' 46 ■ -.•■
-. <«). Oklahoma ............ 32 ; 60* <$■
•*. Omaha ' ;•:.".'...■...■.....; 12 32 '■ <*>
Phoenix ;;.'.;...".... S&8 : - 64 <*>
'♦- Pittsburgh ' .T. •'• " .'. . . . 46 "06 <*
<•> St. J Louis . . . . ; '.".■ . . . '.".": .v,. v , 38 M '-,' <$>
•■ St. Paul :. .■."..;:".■.;.;:." 12 84 <?>
<$> Suit Lake ............14 , 32 " <■»
. <$> Kan r Antonio ...'"....:;' 54- 70 •$>
<•> Shu Frau«lnco ......... 46 /. .12 •'■•?>
<s>' Seattle- :■" : .".. .-..:. .Vi". . '-W- ■ '44* •$>
Washington V. ..'....'. .".'-'■;' 38 . .48 <$>
<S> *
.€> ♦ <J- <s■<!> ■s■■s' <«><s■ <$> 4- >s><s><s> ♦♦♦.♦ <s>;
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 3T, 190'
FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
NEW YORK STOCK
AND BOND MARKET
By Associated Press. ; '. . < •
I NEW YORK,' Dec. M.-Th« eventful financial
year drew , toward 'its i close with activity, In
stocks today. Call money rate, went higher,
but - the advance ' was not so violent at i had
been feared. The extent of the actual calling
o i 1 loans seemed to bo email. - . ■■/. ■ •
AA A complicating factor In the market w "
covering the next ten days, the first Payment
have left the secretary no alternatlv e to tne
drawing on depositories for cash, although no
aptlrent exeni'ptlon of b.nk. c ' outsMe of New
York from the demand. There Is a growth of
SSnS£H^is
%& l tt'S&*S%U v It. "..count rate
Z much a* anything to'thc rapid decline
toward extinction of, the premium nn tne cur-
Sol New York. The action , of the day .
call loan nißrkel gave some fer-llng of aMW-
_ V,n tontj>r.r*irv needs oi yearly
settlements 'ml'ghT be"pa S .ed without notable
Si* , O alt^eroT«ar &J.
per cent rate In the previous year s
week supplied precedent on which unp easant
• niirinßilons have been based, lne nioro bo
fn vlnw of th" $2«.oon.0OO dellclt still existing
in Now York bank rt»«J* to splU :ot last
otenlng 20 per cent rate was about the higli
«t.« «t. The rate of recuperations serves to quiet
fniletv over the provisions which will be
Sectary for mercantile obligation, within the
next month. The day's, gains wero fully re
tained at tho closing. • X-- "', „'',:,, «, .
Bonds wero firm; total sales, par value, $3.
722,000;7 22,000; government twos declined H per cent
on call.
New York Stocks
By Aiso'ciate* Press. .-...■ ' •'• •
NEW YORK. Deo. 30.-Tho following were
official closing quotations today^
' 100 Adams Express ...........165 165 170
260002 6000 Amalgamated Copper 48% « A 48
4004 00 American Car & bdy.... 31 30% 31U
do pfd II
..... American Cotton Oil •—, jj
; do'pfl ■ ± .
American Express •••• . •■■; -™
■ 800 American Hide & Lthr.. 14J4 ,-.l«t »
81008 100 American lea ............. 19% .l»H 1«»
.. . American Unseed Oil '. ••■: j***
'"MO American Locomotive ... 35V4 3694 36
"i«00 American Smelt ft Bf^"^ivi W* W*
r o AmV'nSugarßfg-.:::iOolA mV'nSugarßfg-.:::iOol St &
„...; ABierlcan Tobacco •■•■ •■■• :»*
900 Anaconda Mining C 0.... 29% »U 29^
28002 800 A^chlson • '1% ■ '"* '1™
2002 00 do Pfd .....;.."......•.•■ 86% -. 56% : 86%
S OO Atlantic Coast Lin. JBVi «H 69
7007 00 Baltimore & Ohio 82% 81% 82
"S6OO Brooklyn. Rapid Transit: B»*§W* fWk
'- ■ 200 Canadian Paclflo ...:.. ...154% 151% 164.
..... Central of New Jerßcy .... •••• 1"»
. .-200 Chesapeake & Ohio : 30Ji ) 30V* ■■ 30
«*« * 900 Chicago Great . Western.. 8H 'T% 3
'■800 Chicago & Northwestern.l 3- , 136V4 137%
' 7900 Chicago, Mil & St P 10»',i ' 104?, .106
' Chicago -Terminal ....' .... •••■ 6
1001 00 do pfd -.......;..;. 12; .12. 20
3003 00 CCC &St Loul 55 65 54*4
..... Colorado Fuel & 1r0n.....:.. .■■.' KB4
30003 000 Colorado & Southern .... 23 22 : 22%
6006 00 ' .10 Ist pfd B0V4! «!t ' 00
: . 300 ' do 2d pfd ..: « • 4H4 - 41
' 300 Consolidated Gas 95% 95% „. 95%
1001 00 Com Products 11 11 V "
... do pfd .....".'; .... ...."69
• 700 Delaware & Hudson... 147 146% 147%
' ■. Del Lack & Westn.. '..... •••• 435
6006 00 Denver & Rio Grande... 21 '20%- 20%
■: do pfd' ....V...:;... .... .... 60
3i:003 i:00 Distillers' Securities 30U 30 : 20%
SOOErIoS SOOErlo " 16% . ■ 16% • . 16
' 200 do Ist pfd'..V.....' 25Vi •25 25
' 100 do 2d pfd ......". 2514 3614 .24
.':...;. ':...; General Electric. ...... • 1 "3 I .*
2002 00 Illinois Central 122 123.' 122
4004 00 International Paper '9' *8%; 8%
6006 00 do pfd • 64>4 63 fit
18001 800 International Paump 18% 13 •13
1001 00 do pfd 65. 05. 64%
.1.... .1... lowa Central ..........:...•••. •••• 10%
..... do pfd •■•• £3
1001 00 Kansas City Southern .. 2314 28% 23%
...... do pfd .;.; :..»••,. •■•• »»
. 1000 Louisv & Na5hv.. ........ 93 - 93 :;93y 4
19001 900 Mexican Central ......... 15 ■> 1454 14%
20QMlnn & St Louis 2814 , 23% , 40
I 200 Minn St P & Ste M....;. 80% 801, i SOH
- 100 do pfd:.:.".:..-.: ....iao - 120 121
2002 00 Missouri Pacific T. 47% 4«% ;47
29002 900 Missour Kan & T 25% 25 25%
, ; do pfd ."........•. 66%
- 300 National Lead ;.........".. 3914 t 39%.. 3914
. :.... National Rwy Mexico .... :'...,-; 4214
61006 100 New York Central 91% ■ 80% '. 01%
- 200 New York, Ont. & West 33 c .33 " 3214
. ; 600 Norfolk & Western 64 : 63% 63%
.;....-•.. ;....-•. do pfd- ;-M; -M -
7007 00 North American......... 44. 43 43T4
..... Pacific Mall ...... ..~... ...... ..";.. 26%
139001 3900 Pennsylvania 11l 109% 110%
' . 400 People's Gas '.." TOTs , 7914 79%
..... Pitts C C & St L....... -./»•••'• *»■'
1001 00 Pressed Steel Car 19%. 19% .19%
. ;.;.; -.'do pfd ;...'.......'. .' '0
..... Pullman Palace Car ...'.. .... ...: 160
1068001 06800 Reading ".'.";.".»'.••%•'...;.:; 86%- 9414 96%
..,.". "do Ist pfd *...*.. ...•.-..'." .■.■'.... 78
■ 200 -do 2d pfd 76 '„76 .75 .
1001 00 Republic Steel.... 16% > 16% 16%
1001 00 -do pfd ' '„/ 6614 , 6«» ; ' 66V4
6006 00 Rock Island 15% 15% 15%
■ COO -do pfd ".'. . . .'. 28% 28% . 28',»
......St Louis & San Francisco .... , .... 29 ,
..... St Louis Southwestern .... .... 14
do pfd ..:."...; "...A ■••. »
81008 100 Southern Pacific M 74 .74%
13001 300 do pfd ." 110 109% 110%
..... Southern Railway ............ * 13 ,
1001 00 do pfd -.....'...... 36% V 26% '36
: ..... Texas & Pacific .... 19 .'•<
..'.... ..'... Toledo St L & We5t.....: ...'.- -.'.' IB
,1300, 1300 do pfj-.. .......;: 35% 25 34%
•EICM Union Pacific:.. ;.....;.... 119%- 114% 119%
'■■ 100 T do pfd'.. ..:............; 80 SO ,80:
..... United . States , Express.. ..... .... 90 ,
United States Realty .. „..:■'..:. 40
1001 00 United 43tates Rubber 2014 -..20% • !0%
1001 00 "do pfd ....." 7814 7814 7714
322003 2200 United States Steel ...... 2714 36% .27
90009 000 do pfd Ml* SST4 89
Virginia Car. ■ Chemical.. ;...-.... 16%
...;. do ptd ....'. .... 83
700Wabash ....'......% '.. 10% : 974 ■ 1014
■ 100 do pfd .' 18% *, IS- 18%
" T..;i.: Wells Fargo Express' ......', .... 300 .
.*. * 200 W«»tlnghouse ' Electric . ;. 43%. 43 '■ - 43 '
7007 00 Western ■ Union ..;.. B« "W%S 66%
'. 100 Wheeling & Lake Erie..." 7% '. 714 <7%i
■. 400 Wisconsin Central ....... 16% .. 14% • 15%
3003 00 do pfd..... ;......; 35 . 35 • 84%
216002 1600 Northern Pacific .........119% 118%- 119%
3003 00 Central Leather .;.. .16 161, 10%
.?.-.. r.-'do pfd....;;. :....r ...; ' ...... 76
'....;. Sloss Sheffield ............ .;..■ .;.; 36%
- 6800 Great Northern pfd ...'...117%. 116% U714
aw Inter Met 7% 7% /f 7%
2700--2 700--- do pfd. *.".:..* 18%.: 1714 .25,
; Total sales for toe day 373,900 shares. -
New York bonds
By Associated Press. , ;.. • ,■ . ,
" . NEW YORK, Dec. 30.— , following were
official closing quotations today: ' .
U S rfds 28 reg.lO4U Manhat gold 45.... 91
' do coup ...".....105 ■ ' Met Cent 4a ...... 76%
do 3s reg ..••••lOlVi • - do Ist mo ;..r... 14%
do coup ........101H M&St L 45...... 83
' do new 4a reg.ll9 .- M X * T 4s ...... 94
do coup 116 do Jda-.r.r.'."...;;; BHJ
Am ' Tob 45 ,;...".. 95H . Nat Ry .' Mcx 45... 77Vi
do ««::.......... KSNIC gen l%» .. 89«
Atch gen 4s .... 81H ■N. J C gen 6s 118 .:
k, do . adj ; 4s , ".T.r 87 k ■■ Nor ' Pao i 4a vv.;;;..ioou
Atl C 1»i4;..~...V98'.4." do 2s •..'..■..•.r.:..;. 6814
B & O 4s . .;.;'..* 93 --Nor.:* West ■' 45.... 93 «
*40'W*i v - ■ «*K Oregon Lls.-V... 84H
Brook R.T.45.... 06 .- .Perm cv 8H» "".;...: 51"
Reading gen 4s .... 95 Cent of Qa 65.... 65
do Ist lno ...... 45 St LA I M 55....104/4
do 2d lno ...... 43 tit I- * S F 4...'.. "s',i
do 3d lno-'...... at >'■ fit L= • W-4s .... 64'
Che» * O 4V45... 0614 ' Seaboard" A L, 4.;'.. fi4\i
C A A BHs ...... 64H . Southern , Pao 4» .. ti ■
CB& Q 4s W. 4 do Ist 4» ctfs.... BSH
CRIP 45.. 62H Southern Rwy 6s .. MM
do coli'6* .;....,7454 T& P Ist. ....."..".107%
CCC ft 6t L 4... 03 . T St. L ft W 45.... 68%
Colo Ind 6s ser AM' Union Pao 45,... ...101 .:
Colo Mid 4s .... 66 do cv 4s .......... B»H4
Colo & So 45.... SIU U S Steel 2d 65.... 66'!4
Cuba 65..........100K Wabash 15U, :.:.'.. 105 Vi
Dft R O 45.;.... 93 -■ do deb B-.. ...... 44
D ls Sects I* ..... 63 West' Md 4« k'......k ' ...... 63 :
Erie pr lien 45... 84% W * 1. E *» 71
do gen 4s-. 73 Wls ■ Cent 4« ...... 81H
Hock Val 4'is ... 9> Jap 4s .............. 80
Jap 4'/4s ctf» .... 8714 'Atch 4» ctfs ...... 87 I
do 2d "ser, 86% 'do 6s .............: 95-
LL L &N 4s '.".;.;... 9514 Inter Met ,4145..... 67%
Boston Stocks and Bonds
By Associated Press. : „ „->""> ... ,r
: BOSTON, Dec. 30.— The following were the
official closing quotations today: .'. ■ r-; ' '
Atch adj 4s 81- Adventure • 2"»
'do 4s 03% Allouuz -ci
Mcx Cent 4s .... 72 'Amalgamated ..... 48
Atchlson ......... 7154 Atlantic ..A .'■ »Vi
dopfd 8614 Blngham .•••• 4%
Boston & A1b....15l Calumet & Hecla..ooo
Boston & Me.... ' Centennial ......... 25
Boston 1 : .126 "■ Copper Range .... 67»4
Fltchbg pfd 117 Daly ' West ...'... .. ■ 7Vi
M cx Cent :. 14*4 Franklin ..8
N Y.-NH,&H....13l Granby 73
Per* Marquette... 124 Isle Royale ..."..... 18%
Union Paclflo*. ..'.ll9% 'Mass Mining ...... 8%
Am Arg Chcm.. 12V4 Michigan 9
do pfd ..'.."...... 76 Mohawk ............ 47>/4
Am.Pn Tub* .... 4 Mont C A C 1>,4
Am Sugar ...... .100^4 Old Dominion 29
do pfd ..........109 ■ Osceola 84
Am X & T........103 ■ Parrot ..' 84
Am Woolen ...... IB Quincy .'■ 80
-do pfd 79 : Shannon '.. 10*4
Edison El 111 ....205' Tamarack 67
Gen Elec .........113 Trinity .' 18
Mass Efsc .....:. 3 "United Copper .... Hi
do pfd 38<4' 11 S Mining 34
Mass Gas 48 U S Oil 1 10<i
United Fruit ....112 Utah 29H
United Shoe M.. 28 Victoria 4%
do pfd .......... 2416 "Winone 4V4
U 6 Steel ........ 2074 . Wolverine 113
dopfd.... B*».i Nevada BV4
North Butte ..... 43% Calumet & "Ari1. ..102
Butto Coalition.... lC!4 Ariz Cornel 1414
Financial Record
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Dec. 30.— Primo mercantile
paper B@lo per cent; sterling exchange weak,
with actual business In bankers' bills at
4.8410®4.8415 for demand and at 4.79 for sixty
day bills. Commercial bills 4.77. Bar sliver.
He, Mexican dollars, 40% c. Government bonds
easy; railroad bonds firm.
Treasury Balances
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 30.— Today's etatement
of the treasury balances shows:
Available cash balance ?267.743.970.
Gold coin and bullion $35,057,523.
Uold curtlflcate.i $31,401,130.
Metal Market
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Deo. 30.— There was a sharp
advance In tho London tin market today, spot
closing at £i::: 6a and futures at £124 ss. The
local market was dull at $26.60@27.50. Copper
was higher In tho English market with spot
quoted at £61 fm and futures at £C 2 Ss. Lo
cally tho markut was linn ami higher, with
lake at $i;i.60@13.71j; electrolytic, $13.37>4'8>
13.02^; canine. $13.12V!,(«ia.37^. Lead was 2s
6<l lower at £13 17s 6d In London; locally tho
market was quiet and unchanged at $3.50@3.60.
Bpelter declined to £I'J 12s 6d In tho London
market, but waa steady legally at %^.2o@^.i'K
Standard foundry at 47s 3d and Cleveland war
rants at 48s 6d. Locall yiho market waa
casyo; No. 1 northern foundry. $17.75@18.M;
No. 2 loundry. northern. $17,366)18.00; No. 1
southern foundry, and No. 1 southern soft.
$17. 75@18. 00.
San Francisco Mining Stocks
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO. Doc. 30.— Following wero
official cloning quotations today:
Alpha Con 6 Justice D
Andes 15 Mexican m
Belcher 18 Occidental Con .... 16
Best & Belcher ... 68 Ophlr 120
Bullion 14 Overman 11
Caledonia 21 Potosl 7
Chollar M Kavugr* '
Confidence 65 Bcorplon
Con Cal & Va.... 58 Sierra N-
Con Imperial 2 Sllv-
Crown Point 2?
Kxchequer
Gould & r-
Hale '
L CHICAGO GRAIN r.
Bi /Mjfj? ieu Press.. _• . ' ..
i CiIIOAGO, Deo. 30. -Free selling of the May
cptlon by largo holders caused a' pronounced
weakness In : the | wheat market today. . News
of tho day was generally unfavorable to the
bulls. The decline caused by the heavy realiz
ing sales were not checked until May had de
was at lO4%olOscllned ' to $1.04%. The market
closed weak. Ma; opened H@l4c, lower at
$1.07!i@1.0r%. advanced to $1.08 and declined
to $1.04%. ■: The close was at $1.04%@1.05. .
■ The : price of December corn dropped ■ from
6 0%0 Ito 69% c, .:• May '. corn opened 'Ho to 140
higher 69T4i to 60c, advanced to 60%0 and
declined ' to 59c. ■- The ' close was at 591i@59Hc.
. The oat ; market declined with wheat and
com. May .oats opened %@%c higher at 5414®
6 4%. Sold oft to i:;%o and closed at 540.~.,* -;:>
1 Provisions opened firm because of a 5 cent
advance in the pnc» of live hogs. i Later hogs
declined and provisions fell oft. At the close
May pork war- of! 5 cents. Lard, and ribs
were each unchrnged. . ' ,- ; ;
, --.; • Market Ranges ,i
Wheat— ; »8%o; May, »I.o4T»cSpl.Oi; July,
*:%<:. : ■■- ■' ■■.- '. ■■ .-■• ■ ■•.„.: ■ •- i
1 Corn— 6s%c; May,'B9U®s9%c; July, 68!ie.
Oats— May I old, , D4c; new, . tßlic; July, 01.1,
48 c; new. 46% C . .-, -. ■ , - •.-.,'
• Cash quotations were as follows: ■ /*'
Flour, steady; No. 2 spring i- wheat.. $I.oß©
1 .12; No. 13, 98c@$l.io; No. 2 red, 90%tf@51.01%;
No. .3 corn, 68141859 c; No. .3 yellow, 6214®63c;
No. 1! oats, 4S%c; No. 3 white, 47%^0%c; No.
2 rye. 78c; fair to choice malting barley, 88®
S6c; No. '-I 1 northwestern flaxseed, 11.17- prime
timothy ' seed, ' $4.3004.35; " cloverJ * contract
grades, . $16. short ribs, sides, loose, - $6,500
7 .00; mess pork, per bhl., $13.00013.12%; lard,
per 100 lbs.. ' $7.67%@7.70; bbort .clear sides,
boxed, .' t6.8714i§<7.1214; , whisky, \ bai'ia 'of high
wines, $1.35. . • , .-.. , , :,* »..,'
"Articles, ' ■ : Recelpti . Ehpmtii.
Flour, bbls 23,tK> 157.T00
Wheat, bush ; : "9,000 - 100
Corn, bush" ...;; „..."..... 852,700 137,100
Otis, bush .......".. .i 317,ti00 93,700
Rye,. bush ....i..;....t. - a(,00O ......
Barley, ;bu5h;.....;; bu5h ;.....; "■ 49^500 •' „ 10,500
Visilbo Supply of Grain
By Associated Press. V.
NEW YORK, Dec. 30.-The visißle supply
of grain Baturday December :8, ail compiled
by the New York produce exchange was as
follows:
Wheat, 4fi,661,0W bushels. lncreasoU.342,ooo.
Corn, 3,485.000, Increase 588,000. I
Oats 7,583.000, decrease 157,000.
Rye, 1,065,000, decrease 21, (XX). |
Barley 6,870,000, decrease 62,000.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 30.— Wheit, steady;
no sales: cash, ll.6ofri.fis. Barley! inactive;
steady: May, }1.63tt<g>1.54; cash, J/1.52',4@1.DG.
Corn, unchanged; large yellow, $1.7(Kp1.75.
PORTLAND, Dec. 30.— Wheat, talub, Sic;
biuestem, 84c; valley. 82c; red, 800
TACOMA. Deo. .10.— Wheat, uncha/tiged; blue
stem, S3c; club, 81c; red, 79c. /
Glass Ready for Trial
By ' csociated Pr<-»«
SAN FRANCISCO, Dpi- 30.— Louis
Glass, showing little outivafd effect from
his confinement, appeared IP Judge Law
lor's court this morning/ and through
his attorney stated that jue was ready
for trial on the nine lndici/nients brought
against him for bribery. / The cases on
agreement were continued for one week.
If you want to go east. C. HaydocK,
Agent Illinois Central R. R., U8 W. 6th.
CARLOAD BHIPMENTS
OF CITRUS FRUITB
<$> V.: Shipment^ of orange* anil ' Xrm- ••-■
'i ens from Lot Angrelex Friday, De- •i
<S> cemhn 27. .reported by the Call- 4>
<$> fornla Fruit *i Oron-ern' . r r Chan <•,'•>
<$> were 21 rnrlnn<l» 'of orangen and <5>
<$> 5 carloads of leinona. '."' . <h
<$> 'Total to date there were shipped <$>
'•» 2041 carloads*,-, of which 6SO were <J>
<«> lemon*. \, '■ ' " ' . ■ ; ' '*.<?>
<$>. :. Last season to date there were ■•>
•» shipped inns parload*, of which <♦■
<*> 368 \ were lemona. *■■'...-• . . " ' <S>
3> Q'G&Q®®b®4>®'&G&'&Q&.s ®
CELERY UNION'S NAME
MISLEADING IS COMPLAINT
California Vegetable Union Brings
Suit to Compel New Corporation
to Drop Title, Alleging At.
tempt to Defraud
Charging that tho California C'elcrjJ union
Bnd Its officers Intend to defraud by tho use
of that name, the California Vegetable union
yesterday filed a complaint in tho superior
court, asking that the Celery company bo re
strained from using the title. Both compan
ies handle vegetables and both have their head
q'larters In Los Angeles, the Celery company
having been Incorporated two months ago.
The vegetable company alleges that under Its
name It has built up a large business, the
name indicating tho character of its business.
Ils principal business, according to tho com
p'alnt, is tho handling and shipping of celery,
that vegetable representing two-thirds of Its
output. It Ih known in the east as the "Celery
i-.nlon" or "Celery company," und has re
celved mall so addressed.
The directors of the California Celery union
ore J. Ed Ward, iL. F. Pinkhura and J. K.
Flnkham.
SAN PEDRO SHIPPNG
By Associated Fre««.
BAN PEDRO, Dec. 30.— The schooner Cecelia
Sudden, Capt. Keegan. arrived this morning
out fifteen days from Hoqulam, bringing 76(1,
00 feet ot lumber for various local whplcaul-
The schooner William Olaen, Capt. McDon-
Rld, flnisiied discharging a lumber cargo and
called today In ballast for Mukltco to reload.
When tho steamer Jim Butler, Capt. Olson,
completes discharging a cargo at this port
she will proceed to San Dlogo, having 86,000
font of lumber for that port.
The schooaer Ethel Zane. Capt. Thornstrom,
completed tno discharge ot a lumber cargo at
the Crescent whurf and sailed In ballast for
Pugct sound to reload.
Tho body of Antonl Castagnolll, an Italian
fisherman, 56 years of a«e, who fell from the
Southern Pacific wharf Thursday night and
wao drowned, was found last night floating
under the B. K. Wood wharf.
The steamer Helene, Capt. Anderson, ar
rived this morning out six days from Raymond
via San Francisco, with 500,000 feet of lumber
consigned to the San Pedro Lumber company
and 35,(100 feet for the National Lumber com
pany. The remaindor of the cargo, consisting
of 150,000 feot, la conslgnod to wholesalers at
Can Diego.
The steamer Olympic, Capt. Hanson, will
complete the discharge of a lumber cargo for
the B. K. Wood Lumber company and Is
tcheduled to clear tumurrow for Bellingham
to reload.
The steamer Westerner, Capt. Andreasen,
completed the discharge of part of her cargo
of lumber and cleared for Port I.os Angelus,
whore tho remainder will bo discharged.
San Francisco Shipping
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec- 30.-Arrived—Steam
ers F. A. Kllburn, Tamo' ils, Coos Bay, Che
halls, and schcKw aniond from San
Pedro; Htcam' Hlggins from Ke
dondo; -' Hhi > Uiego.
rade
K s ->J-'-tc<3F,«, V' .. -V -,
-■N vr. \--'"T*JO ' Vve. m.— Flour, family
fi-xt>.*s V ' ■• '"• >''-■ ..is" extras, »3.40i55.65;
Or«gcii &<l "■'■ ■'• .ungton, J $4.76®5.2D. Wheat,
tl i'.um?' ?! w'4>l.Ss; milling, . U-70@1.75. Bar
ltI It y' f. M. $1 52 c .'.Wl.!is; brewing. ■ $1.C2!4@t.67',£..
'-is red, »l.7B&;.00; white. »1.M01.68i black,
$L'.76@3.00 Mlllslufls, $3t00®32.00.',R011ey bar
17.Boiey $35.00©i>i.00; oatmeal, 14.10; oat groats,
f4f 4 30- ' rolled oats, $40.00. • Hay, wheat, $12.00®
60- wheat and oat, 513.00©15.60, oat, wild,
00®lS60; oat. tame. : $12.00@15.00, alfalfa,
00(3*11.00;. straw 45@S5c. Beans, pink, $3.lo<rS
- SO- Uma,' $4.75«.00: small white, $3.40@3.50;
lsrKa wbttcj, W.H0£f3.40. . Potatoes, Oregon Bur
lanka 11.85i02.60; Salinas Burbanks. $1.25@1.60;
Merced sweets, »2.00c»2.». . - Onions, - ; fancy,
fl 8302 00 ' Various, green peas, B©Te; string
leans, B<3)su; eg* plant, ; 8@12%v; green pep
uers ' 4@tSc: tomatoes, . Mc®s2oo; summer
»auash. »1 .006-1-35. Karllc, 4<S6c.
Receipts-Flour, 1696;' wheat. 840; barley, 6995;
cats i 62*1 i beans. 740 ; . corn, ' 380; potatoes, 2330 :
bran, 90; hay 1170; hops, 20; hides, 2097; wine,
3,000.3 3,000. ■•-- .•.■•;• - ■■"•
Chicago Live Stock
By Associated Press.
rJHICAGO. Dei. 30.— Cattle— Receipts about
2S.O00; market steady; beeves, $3.6066-16; cows
aiid heifers. $4.20@4.60; Toxans, $3.15@4.00;
calves, tb.DO'difi.7s; westerns, $4.3004.60; stock
ers and feeders, *2.55@4.25.
Hogs— Recolpts about 32,000: market BifJlOc
higher; lights. $4.26(94.76; mixed. $4.40@4.80;
heavy, J4.704J4.50; roughs. $4.3.'.g>4.45; pigs, $4.48
f@4.66; bulk of sales. t4.60@4.75.
Sheep— Receipts about 15.000; market 10®15c
higher; natives. $2.75®4.85; western!., $2.76®4.50;
3-earllngß, $4.70@6.40; lambs, $4.76g i 6.00; west
erns, $1.Wi86.60.
Sugar and Coffee
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Dec. 30.— Sugar— Raw. firm;
fair refining, 3.30@8.35c; centrifugal 96 test,
5 85c; molasses sugar, 3.00®3.05c. Refined,
steady; crushed, D.6oc; powdered, 4.90 c; granu
lated. 4.S')r.
Coffee quiet; No. 4 Santos, 80; No. 7 Rio,
6 1-16 C.
Cotton and Wool
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Dec. 30.— Spot cotton closed
quiet; middling uplands, 11.80 c; do gulf. 13.05 c.
Sales 900 bales.
ST. LOUIS. Dec. 30.— W001, steady: terri
tory and western mediums, iO@2Sc; lino 1110
filums, IS<S2Io; fine, 15@17c.
Butter, Eggs and Cheese
By Associated Press. .,..; . .:.-• '
v SAN FRANCISCO. Deo. M.— Fancy creamery
butter, 33c; seconds, Sic; . fancy dairy,. 25c;
seconds.. 2*o, ■ Ntw cheese, 14$lfic; eastern.
1 8Hc; Young Amprlca, . 14V4®16r.- , Ranch eggs,
tß@4oc;t B@4oc; store. !BiS3oc; eastern 23. . „-,..
CHICAGO, Deo • 30,— 0n v tho "• produce ex
change tho butter market was steady. I Cream
eries, M®29c; dairies, 18@26cj eggs, steady; at
mark cases Included 21@'22c; firsts, 20c;. prime
firsts, 2So; extras, :4c; cheese, llVj®l2i s c. 1
PRICES OF METALC
IN NEW YORK MARKET
<^> NEW YORK,' Dec.' 3C— Copper, ■$•
<4> lake • BIB.OO® 13.70, •. electrolytic, <•■
<$> $13.37 13.02 casting 9 13.12.5,. 5, <?>
<«> ©13.37^. ■ ■• ; ■' • - ; ! >
<*, Lead, 83.60® 3.65. ' ' <•>
AA A •";■ Tin. $26.50 @27.80. -
<♦> :'; Sliver, New York 63% <r. London, <••
<♦> 24V4d. > -.' V- «.■-': v > ■ •>■'■• " ; ; "v'- - ■■;•■ <S
<s► vS> •» <s> <3> s><s><s> >3> 4- <§>♦<$>
Wisconsin Chief Justice Dead
Pv Asuoelat 1 Pre««.
MADISON, Wis.. Dec. SO.— Chief Jus
tice O'Cassidy of the state supreme court
died here today.
ORANQEB AT AUCTION
IN NEW YORK MARKET
<* : NEW ~ YORK, Den. 30.— /*>
<•> carloads ' . of . ; California : Manse* 'V
•\> were ' sold . at ' auction here todar,' <\
4>4 > at ' the : followlnic ; prices ■ per ; ho* ■*
4 ? for rrsrnlnr *l*eai V, 'f
■9 '. V'.xtrn ", fancy / navels .' «2.36 .' to <«>
■». 93.60, nverace . *3.90. .- . . "I
4>4 > Fancy navelK 02.25 to (3.10, ♦
■>> average »2.6ri. ... ■ f
<4> /Extra ■; choice narels $2.15 to 4>
'•■ f2.«5, average $3.43." : '." «■.''"''.♦
■ •■> Fruit In fair to good condition; <?■
<J> market •-'- adranelnir. " ' Weather •
<$> atormr and unfavorable. y ' .<!>
ij. <$> <3><S>^^ <s> ■* <?> ♦♦ <&<s>♦♦♦ <^. 1 *
FINANCIAL
. LOB ' ANGELEb. D«c. : 30.— Bank:, clearings
were t1.3nit.ii71.78, agalnit '. t1,903,M2.2S ■ for , th«
corresponding date . last < year, \ a decrease of
1 693,7 70.66. ''■■ Following ia a comparative state
ment: <*■• •:■■"
i - 1807. ' ,-■ 1900. ■ '. 1908. ■
Monday ...... »1,809,871.72 $1,903,642. 28 •
N ' • Holiday. • ■ '; .
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
'■ OlTlclal Bales— B.l ' Home i Tel. ■„ pfd. \at $61.00;
:00: 00 do at $51.76®!.!. 87 (B.'SO).^- ■. .; -
■ , - : Bonds •
- -r- ' ■-- ' . BW. Asked.
AFSoclated Oil Co 7... ....'........ 76' i 80 ••
California Pacific Railway .... .. .100
Corona" City Water Co ; 90
Corona Power * W Co .. . »0
Cucamonga Water Co •• 100
Edison Electric .-Co., ' Ist r.... 85
Ed. Eleo. Co., old Issue ' 10*
Home Telephone Co 76 81
L . A. Pacific Ist con. mt» ... - . 101
l I*, A. Stove, Co .:.....; .. ' »2
L . A. Traction Co. 6a .. '110
l*. A. Traction Co, 6a...' 102 10*
L . A. Electric Co •• I° 7
L . A. Railway Co 103 105
L . A. & Redondo Ry. Co.. .. 101'
Mission Trans & K. Co ' .. ' '«• <
Mt. Ijo-kc Railway ..:..; . W,-'
Paclflo Light and Power Co .... 88 98
Pacific Electric Rwy C 0........ .. 100,
Pasadena Homo T&.T Co ■ .. . 80
Pomona & Ont. L. *F. C 0.... '■■ ' . M
Fpmona Con "Wato? Co •' S3 "••'..
Riverside H T & T Co..!!!.!! ... »i ►
Riverside Light & F Co .. . M
Santa Monica HT4 TCo - .. - 84
San Diego HT &T C 0..;....... .. : ■ 83
Santa ' Barbara Electrlo Rwy.. ' .. .-98
Seaside Water Co 1-00 •• '
Tcmoscal Water Co •• '°
United E!ec GAP C 0..... .. - 98
Union Transportation Co 1 •• ' fo
U S L. D T & T C 0......... ■ 86
Vlsalia Water Co .. , *♦
Wblttler Home T*T Co '■■''.: ..... /: M,
'..".'■■ "'■'■■ Bank Stocks ' -.V;, \VK'.
■'*. '•:-("■'. • ■' ■""".:'■■ Bid. . Asked.
A merican' National .......■..;....'..•... 130.00 1
Bank of Los Angeles ..... 118.00
Bank of Southern California ....; 130.00
Broadway Bank & Trust C 0. ...156.00 » 165.00
CalUornU Savings . Bank . ......" • HO. OO ;
Central National Bank .210.00 ;
Citizens' National .:'. :•■■ 249-00
Commercial National .1. .;..'....'. .-....'■ 161.00 .
Fquitable Savings Bank ".;'.. 201.00 ■ • .....';.
Farmers and Merchants Natl 830.00 „
Federcl Bank of L. \... ■ ' 16.00
First National ................... ..... .430.00 -;
German American Savings Bk .....' . 315.00
Ulobe Savings Bank '. ■+■■ ■ . 115-0* .
Home Savings Bank of L. A.... 106.00 135.00 ,
Merchants Trust Co ....'...:.-..;.. ..... 90.00
National ' Bank lof California.. 165.00 : ■ 210.00 ,
National Bank of Commerce.;.. ..... 135.00 .
Security j Savlngi , Bank " • ' 300.00 -
Southern Trust Co .'.........;;...' ..... : 70.00'
\j v National Bank .....: 16500
Miscellaneous Stocks ■■■;•.:;'.
.... ■.-■...' •...' ''. •' ■ .Bid.' /'Asked.
California Portland Cement Co V 75.uu ■
California Hospital ............... •■■•• 96.00 >
Edison Blectrlc, pfd ............. 70.00 . 76.00
Edison Eloctrlc com ;. . 67.00
Emergency Hospital 3.00 .....V-
Home Telephone pfd ....; 61.00 . 61.25
Home Telephone com ■■■•• -15.00
L A Athletic Club : 16.00
U A. Brewing C 0................ ; 127.00
1/.I I/. A. Investment Co ................. 2.06
L . lA. Jockey C1ub................. ,-. ' ..... ;:.,
pMaUena. U T & T Co •7-34.00--
Riverside H T & T C 0.......... ..... 60.00
San Diego II T & T C 0.... ■' 86.00
Seaside Water-Co ....:................ 97.00 •'
Title G & T Co. pfd.V...;... 160.00 :.■ 200.00 ]
Title I. & T. Co. : pfd;.......... .181.00 180.00 ,
Title I. & T. Co. c0m.... ...'....'.131.00 180.00 f - .
Title I. & T. Co series C 131.01) 180.00
USLDT &T Co ...;., 45.00 :_,
Union Trust Co 40.00.
„ ; ' Oil stocks . : ;,
Bid. "Asked.
Amalgamated 0i1........... ... lUV.OO
Associated Oil .'. 23.00 24.76
Brookshiro Ol! ........................ 3.60
Centra 1........C entra1........ .......... .......... .72 - "I .81',,
Columbia .....'. 72« .80
Continental ..;.......;;..; 14V4
Elk Con. Oil Co ... • .21%
Fuller-ton Con .................... " .23 \ ...
Fullerton 0i1... .28 ; .56
Globe .08i4 ■ .10 ;■
Mexican Petroleum A. ... .1.25 •'
New Perm. Petr. Co ... 1.30
Plnal.OUCo .."......;. V" ... 21.00'".
Ollnda Oil Co .....;...;:.:.../.... OS'S ■■ ...
Heed Crude ..'....; .09»i . .20 >
Rice Ranch Oil 85 .1,25-,
Union ;.... 167.76 c 170.76 „
Union Provident Co 160.00 / 175.00 .
United Petroleum ............... :' .'..'' 320.00
Western Union .......; .' ... > 250.00
: I,' DAILY MINING CALL '
Official sales— l6ooo Johnnie Consolidated •at
1 4@14%°: 5000 Cons. Mines at lc; 6000 Search
light Western at l\c; 200 Trinity Copper at
i ß',ic (B. 30).' .•: i ■.:,:; , ■ '
Listed Stocks
'-: CALIFORNIA . ..
(Gh-eenwater district)— . Bid. : Asked.
Butte & Greenwater - .50.
Clark Cop. Co '..................... ;;.07V4 :'. .08 r
Furnace Creek Cop 12Vi .30.
Furnace Creek Ex. Copper , ... ■ .16
Furnace v lley Copper .13 -
Orcenwater California '. .... .....
Kempland Copper Co .OS
or., Hills M Co. ~..:......"....'..... <WT4 .0«i
Con. Mines Co 01 .01H
V . ' '.\, '„ NEVADA
(GoldfieM district)— ' Bid. - Asked.
Goldfleld Con. Mines ;........."..,. 4.40 .4.55
Goldfleld Wild Horse V 01 !i . .05 v
GoldAeld Storm King G M Co ;. ..",;■' .02%
■ (Johnnie district. Nye county)— Bid. Ask.
Johnnie Con. O. M. Co.- .1415 •} .14?.
Mohawk- Johnnie r '„.. ': 06 .t. t
(Searchlight district)— ■"': Bid. . Asked.
Cyrus Nob!* ... .'. .05
Eldorado Can. M. AM. Co ... ■ : 01
New-Era :.... ■ '; Ti.ol-.'.
KeTada Searchlight 00« -■' .01>4
Quartette- .; ... 13.00 .
Searchlight M & M C 0............ ... . 1.00 '
Sf.arckllght Parallel «3«i .02%
Searchlight Western .01,4 :,.01<4
('lonupah district)— j . Bid. . Asked,
Belmont ' ■'. 80 A?- ...
Unlisted Stocks •, .
' ': NEVADA ' - '■, .•
(Tonopah district)— . Bid. Asked.'
lonopah Nevada ...'.'. ... , 4.62
Montana Tonopan B. OS ...
MacNamara ..IS „'--. .17-
Midway " .60 '•■> M -
Belmont „.*..:.8 5, .68
i.'olden Archo-; ;.. .03 . .04 ; ,
J.'in Butler '........ .3D. .40
KjoKllleld district)— '. Bid. Asked.
Goldfleld Con 4.2214 4.25 ,
Sandstorm ......................... '.in- ...
Col.-;C ol.-; Mountain ■ .......: '.'.17 '.18 •
Jumbo "Extension .14 ' * .55 ■'
lcoth 18 .19
Blue Bull -.1< - .17,
Adams ■ M .07
Fllver Pick 27 "•, .28
Blue Bell > -OS .10
Dixie -....'..........'....•..■..;...'.......;. 01 i-v 1.05',
HI. Jves ............................ 40 .41
Lone Star .0:1 . . .10
Atlanta ..'... V .28 , ...
Ped Top Extension' ; 11 .12.
Ucldflcld -. Daisy .79-, .kii v ,
Red : Hills ." ;...C....... ' 29 .30 .
Yellow :Tlser ..;.".. ;...; 11 -„12
: " (Bullfrog district)— r v ' " v Bid. , Asked.
Gold Bar ......:.......... .37 .38
Bonnie Clare 11
Mayflower : Cons. .................. IT .18 :
Homestake Cons ....;.... .76 ..;.'
.'.'. ' Building Permits Issued
Following " are > he permits ' Issued from th»
office of the : chief . inspector of buildings yes
terday I and '■ classified according to ' wards: •■« . -'
Wards ' , - "' Permits. -. Value.
r!r«*r;..........,.......,..'...U.......vlr !r«*r;..........,.......,..'...U.......vl .■;■.. »1500
Fifth 1 2700
S-eventhS -eventh '..' ....."......;, 1 ..-'■-. :iio
Ninth f .:..."......"..'....... .<5. SOU
: Totals ";..': |. .... v ."... ; ..~s $6950
r , . " I
4^'urrcucvv paid- on tkhm o*vi?;as:iifc»'o»iT»v : :
1 " $10 "■ •*•»■*"-— *~ w «:; uakßU * ny- "n \ vir, iS uKHosrr * >
And 3Qh °* SPECIAL OHOIMAHY ACCOUXT9 ;!
German-Amerlcan Savings Bank ' CAri T^.ooo A o« NIJ IJlIl ' 1 ' V%
'■: . m South Spring »tr««J. .. ' ' A??E^5» a.
Comer Main and First st». (branch). . :-...;.- 110.000.000.00 ■ -
Security Savings' Bank . *""£££ — P —
. '..•., Security building. Spring and ' Fifth streets. 122,000,000.00. . . - - ..
Savings Deposits fa Savings Banks 'Art ■„<
|g. ■'„'•;. Exempt from Taxation to the Dep»sitor;f! ;'-i »i {
Clearing House Banks
~ : . -. ■ W*.Bfß .':-;;■ --.•.'■, :'•■"!■ •.■:•■•.-•• •.•■'. ", J. ..-■'■ OFFICERS ■?,':.: ■■:.■'-:.:,-.;?■':
The National Bank of, Commerce cS^lw^cS^
•*■ '•! ' ' . .IN LOS AKTOELEB. ' ■ ...-.-.--.. „;-,--,..,,: '..:■■,-•■;>
' H. W. cor. Sixth .old Bprun. ', : ■:,.<.■ Capital. 1200.000; Surplus. 125.000.
Farmers;* Merchants National Bank :^ h^?es^laSsZ£<!&
* <:>..': Corner Fourth and Main. Capital. tI.MO.Coa. ' „ Burplus and '■ Profits. tI.TOO.eHt.
irst National Bank ■ """ '' J. m. Elliott. President -'-'i
irst . auonai flans : y , w. t.'s. Hammond. ca»w«.^l
' : :■■■' - "■■:. Capltrl Stock. ' 11.250,000.
8 B. enr. Bognnd anil Spring. - gorpluj and Proflte. t1.480.001L ■■ -',-'■
Merchants National Bank ■ hareo H H OL yELLMA^.*'c i
'.::.■..- ;. , ■ .'.. ;'.."■ ■ ' ■ ■'. - . Capital. - $200,904 -.■■■»»•.:..■.; t- ,
■■■ N. B.ecrnur Second ana Mala. ■■' ' ' Surplus and Profits. t4To.ol)«.''t ■ y
»ri/-in M, f i nn ,l Panir '' ■ ■•"• - : ■W.• F. BOTSFORD. President'
encan National tsanK : : wm. w.. woods, cashier. --.
- ! 8. W. cor. Beoond and Broadway. - Capital, 000, 000. Surplus and Profits. IIIi.MIUTa
Nntinn-il Rank of ~Cst 1i f Orn ia~ J > *■ PISH BURN. PresUiani.
auonai canK 01 v,auiornia . R.'i."RoaEßa.-Cashi«r.*«»w^
N . HI. cor. Second and Spring. Capital. Moo.OOO: Surplus and T'ndlvMert Prnntn.' ttt«.nm.
a ni™l V,ti nn ,l -D- -1, ", ■..". ' ■- : , . OEORO"E MASON, : President. >'.
entral National Bank , . : . } B G[ST C a«hier.
' "-'a : R oor. Fourth and Broadway. ■■ ■ " ■- Capital, taoo.noo:. Surplus. ■y|«».O«t.^
Broadway Bank & Trust Company ' WARREN OILLELEN. -PreSldeßUffi
roadway Bank & Trust Company r. w. • Kennedy,- cashier. > •• ■ ■
•08-no Broadway. Bradbury bldn.' Caplt al. Mto.OflO; . Surplus-Undivided Pronu.'i ti«.SSa/i{S
p itizens National Bank ■•■.■■." • -i- .■• R. J. , WATERS. 1 , ™*" s«
'tizensi National Bank • \,;- a. J.i waters. !Ca«hi»«^S
B W. nor ': Third "Jid Main. ' ■■■'-■■ Oinital.' 1300.000: Burplus and PrnflU. 1T78.0W.
C' National Bank ■ ' ""■■ -W. . A. . BON « Pr*SW«ai. saW
ommercial National Bank , J c , N flints ca»hier.;,%«™Bffi
4 23 Bouth Spring. - ' '■. ' Capital. 1800.000: Surplus and g Profits. '* HMSfVa
.. .o . . XT . . T^ T r " ~~ ISAIAH W. HELI.MAN. President.
nited States National Bank f.w smith. ca«hier. .>^
. ': a* E. cor Main* and Commercial. ~s Cgplul. tMO.OOO: Surplus and 1 PrnflU. i IW.Wia.
_ ■■:■ ■-■.. , -<-,■.,"■ 1" '. v ■ ••r\ r -"'"' • .'-W^'J.- 1 WASiIiUiKN. president: ifwiLJUB I a<S
I -/111 fiX A Villin/lr Kin I/. BOOTH, vice president; P.' F. JOHNSON. »I*.J
rnlllinhm OnVinilS DdllK '« : '«• T JONES. assisunt caahl«r.3!i««mra
I -I|UIIUI#IV UUIIIiyJ " Ulll% ; ; Kortheast corner .Flr.t and , Sprtn« str«t«,
You are offered.'subject to prior sale, part "of WOO.OOO In Pacific Reduction company flrst mort-
rase 6 per cent 20-year GOLD BONDS, t Interest payable annually In October. rv Ten shares of 9
•lock dot alue »10 each, will be : given wltfc eactj bond. Bend [tor th* December number oil
FMteVaMagailne, . compliment* of THE FOSTER BROTHERS. fiscal a«eou. General offloM,
8 16 Bumlller building. Los Annelea. CaL t '.';>- ... , , r -..-: „..-> „:,.-. "• r.?1..;.[i 1 -;■
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j. M. YBARRA INDICTED;
PERJURY CHARGE MADE
Witness in Arnaz Divorce Contest,
Captured After Chase Lasting a
Year, Put Under $3000 Bonds
by Judgs Conrey
The grand jury yesterday returned
an Indictment against Jose M. Ybarra,
charging him with perjury. Judge N.
P Conrey, In whoso department of tne
superior cmirt tho indictment was re
turned, issued an order for Ybarra s
commitment and fixed bail at $0000.
Ybarra will be arraigned this mornins.
Ybarra is in the county jail, where
ho has been some weeks on a warrant
issued from Justice Piorco's court. It
Is understood tho grand jury has been
Investigating all the facts connected
with the Arnaz divorce case, In which
Ybarra Is alleged to have given false
testimony, and it would not be sur
prising should other Indictments follow
tho ono returned yesterday.
Ybarra was brought to Los Angeles
November 14 from San Franc isco
where he was captured after icte«e
lasting almost a year and extending
from California to Alaska and back
again, Ybarra being arrested as he
wa> stepping ashore from a boat which
had just reached San Francisco from
1 The°sensatIonnl Arnaz suit began In
September, 1908. and was bitterly
fought A counter complaint was filed
, y James Arnaz, and Ybarra »PP"«<W
as a witness for tho husband. He told
„ having seen certain acts of Mrs.
Arnaz which tended to Injure hor case.
HEALTH INSPECTORS
TO WALK THE PLANK
Council Decides to Dispense with Six
Employes of Department, Though
Board Protests Against
Reduction
Six health department employcß were
ordered dropped from the rolls by the
council yesterday, three being milk in
spectors and one each of the sanitary,
restaurant and lodging house branches.
One quarantine inspector had been slated,
but at the afternoon seeston the list was
kept at six.
Councilman Wallace wanted lo drop
another restaurant inspector, which
would have put Harry Wright out. but
Wright's friends showed that in five
months' service he had caused JI4OO in
fines to be collected by the city and ho
was kept on the rolls.
The sanitary Inspector slated to go has
passed a high rating for examination In
the license Inspection department of tho
city and will probably step into a better
position.
The slated restaurant Inspector, a
mining broker, lias expressed opposition,
it Is stated, to wearing a uniform, as
prescribed by the board by mid-January,
though ho denies making such an asser
tion.
The city auditor's department regrets
that the lodging house Inspector must go.
CITY TO SUE ON BOND
OF SEWER CONTRACTORS
Suit will b* brought at once against
Contractors Stansbury ft Powell to re
cover tho amount of their bond because
they defaulted on tho outfall sewer Job,
the city looking tv tho surety company
for recovery.
The bond amounted J.o $141,250 and the
city will claim the excess because of the
cost of finishing the work after the con
tractors dropped it.
The case will be a bitter one, the con
tractors claiming that the city violated
the law by using money for the aeweynot
speciflcully provided lor in the bond
Issue.
TO THE KACKtt
et*am trslns to the races 12:15 p. m. and 13:41
p. m. ; 35 minutes. 6e»ts tor everyons, SOUTH
ERN PACIFIC, 400 South Spring street, or
Arcade station.
9
FELLOWSHIP ACTORS TO
GIVE NEW YEAR'S PLAYS
"The Broken. Hearted Club" and "The
Rough Diamond" tc Be Produced
Tonight at Dobinson
Auditorium
Tho Fellowship dramatic class, which
haa been under the direction of Georges
A. Dobinson for some time, is lo givo
an elaborate New Year's eve entertain
ment this evening at 8 o'clock at Dob»
lnson auditorium, 1044 South Hope street.
There will be the presentation of two
comical plays, "Tho Broken-Hearted
Club" and "Tho Rough Diamond." In
the former it is Indeed amusing to sco
the seven broken-hearted female Inhabi
tants of Sadgrove lodge, who have been
disappointed in love and have banded
themselves together with uncompromis
ing hostility toward the other sex, flnal
ly meet their happy fate by becoming
married almost before they can realizes
it; and tho climax is capped when tho
strict matron herself is at last wooed
and won by a retired Irish major. TIII3
leading character of Lady Lovebird Is
well played by Miss Ethel Lewis.
"The Rough Diamond" tells a simple
but fascinating story of the struggle ot
a oedate English lord to educate and
tame his young, lively country bride.
Many very tunny and embarrassing sit
uations are brought forth. Miss Edltli
Salyer, who plays Margery, is un
doubtedly an ingenue ot remarkablo
ability. Other young people Uking part
are Misses H. Hough, K. Mills, M.
Thole, P. Grunt, M. Fix and L. Moss;
Messrs. B. Barnes, G. Moody, B. Kng
lund, A. Mayers and C. H. Mills.
Miss Bthelwyn Mills will render a
beautiful reading selected from "The
Vision of Sir Launfal," with musical
accompaniment, between tho acts. A
social uhd dance will follow tho stages
performance until the dawn of the new
Hear; and throughout the entire evening
music will be furnished by Nichols' or
chestra. The public is cordially Invited.
SPEED MANIA AGAIN
BRINGS HOOK TO COURT
Young Millionaire Fined $30 for Whirl.
ing Auto Around Downtown
Corner at Eighteen
Miles an Hour
The speed mania developed ■< .several', . . '
years ago by Barbee S. Hook, a' youns: '•:
millionaire. nearly resulted in ; another .-■'.'
victim •-' Sunday , night ;. and ! led % to S hit. ', '
being fined $80. by Police Justice Aus- "
tin j yesterday. ' > The 7 fine wan .'. Immedi
ately paid and Hook, loft tho court ,
room uralllng. '-■>,' ;:■••. ,.'i' •*.':» v " ,-,"'>'-;;', -i.j;vj
Hook ;.. was ! .. arrested .. after ,,-■• being m
chased ; several '.. blocks l'-.'by.;, Humphrey A
and Coo of the motorcycle squad, who^H
claimed he was driving, his automobil^H
eighteen iullks an hour when ho turneJH
the I corner of ■ Fifth street* and . liroa^H
way.'.'. :.; " • .-. ■V- V v , , ■ '■; : /'-;,." i£* «HjS
This is not the nmt time he has <^H
poured =■'• in the V police *< court •' on H
1 charge ;' of , viols ting , the '4 speed o °M§|
[ nunce. Two ; year* ', ago i Miss ; MarejHa|
Blrtwlstle was struck > by his ma^H
while ho whs speeding In the ruJ^B BS
and her '* death, resulted ■as, ; a <AM =2
quonce.
Two weeks ago Frank Stile^H 'j
struck by his j automobile . while J|l|
way . hoiu from school. It Is SB 5 j
the boy was severely injured :«||i | '.rj
recover. * . ■ ■ . >Jg§j J
" v" v An '■ aged woman , who \ atto^H - - 1
cross the street \'J. narrowly JHcV^V -.jj
being struck ■, by Ills i tnarhln^B WSJH|
before his arrest, and that slaßß . 3
seriously Injured was; due t^H ,; j
crs, who .pulled l her from UM -J
the automobile. ■ v Ml £ J
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