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NEW YORK STOCK
AND BOND MARKET
By Associated press.
NEW YORK, April 23,-Prices of •***•_;
underwent a comprehensive uplift today, the
movement showing a certain soberness nd
restraint. Though trading was not "Jjl»»t™
atccks were absorbed with determination and
the bidding up of prices went aggressive!, on
through such obstacles as arose. Tha *'***'
sylvania bond Issue was the main topic of
consideration. .. _._.
It developed today that the price of 98 men
tioned yesterday, is that at which the bond
is offered for subscription, and the deductions
to be made for bankers' compensation are
understood to bring the price realized by tin
■railroad company below 85.
The premium over the allotment price im
mediately established In the outside market
where the bonds, when Issued, sold as high
„ »4. «- * reflection of the confidence ln
r i.-e,i by th. powerful auspices under which
he issue is made. The aeleoUon of a first
mortgage bond to effect the Pffl^i;
(Trancing is significant of th- necessities which
nre recognized in the present Investment con
dition Early In 1807 Pennsylvania •toehold
,„ authorized $100,000,000 of new. stock and
convertible bonds and large portions of thU
authorization remained unissueu.
The situation calls for a first mortgage with
jUed interest ahead of all stock and Junior
bond Issues In order to attract *8' mulllte
means. The stock most effected by the 1 ann
tylvanla Incident was Union P«f'« 0' ....
The obvious explanation is that the Union
Pacific's banking affiliations are the same at.
those which have enlistee, the '»"£* for
elan aid which has assured the access of
tea Pennsylvania bond floatlons. As author ity ,
had been asked already of the Union Pacific
stockholders to issue bonds on unmortgaged
line, now owned, the bearing of these facts
on the Position of the company Is clear. Union |
Seine rose to . new high level for .year
and led the whole ma.ket in pol» t of activity.
United State. Steel was laggard in the day s I
„sTp.V.s ended at th. highest of the day
and with some heavy buying In progress. IM
bond mt-ko. was firm in tone. Total sales,
par value. 84,888.000. Government bunds were
unchanged on call.
New York Stocks
%BW CTO?t^ MApril 23 -Following were
the closing quotations today: Closing
Sales. Highest. Lowest. Bid.
, Adams Ex •■•• •••> 'J.
19400 Amalg Copper.., 80 v 6. .'* ".*
JS.^W^.aS * "J*
lit do pf.l "Vi »<H »*H
2200 Am Cotton 0i1... 29 -7 «
do p"1 "
, Am Express •■•• '• '
100 Am II &J. Pfd-. 184 1»H »M
1800 Am Ice »*4 -*'» "J*
200 Am Linseed Oil.. 104 101* 10*
do pfd •• •••' -_
1900 Am Locomotive . 4«"i 4i--» "*
200 dee pfd 96 844 J*
24400 Am Hoi and B. .71 68?* J.%
300 do pfd »* 644 *°$
17000 Am Sugar Ref...1284 1261. 126*.
i Am Tob pfd cor.. .... ..•• 7.2
2600 Anaconda M Co.. 88 B7H •■■<
600 Atohlson 771. '»» 77»
do pfel •;•• "*»
1000 Atlantic <J Line.. 76% '•> 76
1400 Bait and 0 641. 84 84 4
, do pfd ••• "
4200 Brook II Trans.. 464 '»*- 461.
4400 Canadian lac ...lus»i 15.1"* JBJ4
Cent of N J •••„• l" '
4400 Ches and 0 884 311. 824
e.ie. Chicago c, W 4"» -4*» *4
200 Chi and N W ...14:- 3« I*B 14SVa
9700 C M and Si P....119*4 US?, U»**j
Chi T and T »
lilO C C C and B L... 5."' 65 J»
211") Col Fuel and 1. . 24 4 24 24 .
-42011 Coin and So 30". 294 30*4
linn do Ist pfd 0"'« '•' ': 69*.
lino do 2d pfd .... 604 4SU, 804
cc.ii Cons Gaß lli'j 116*. 1174
1700 Corn Products .. 141« 14 I*4
1700 do pfd 6*4 ''''• 66V.
600 ie! and Hud .. . .1644 153 l;,:;
Del I, an.l W 4■■,
Men and It G -<_'*
do pfd 65
3300 Dial Securities... 32 32 "2
8100 Eric 184 ISI4 'k'»
1900 do Ist Pfd .... '3 33 "i 34 ',
do 2d pfd 23
500 Gen Electric ... 131 130', 131 4
100 Illinois Cent ....1264 X:..: 1254
1200 Jin Paper 104 04 10
100 do pfd 65 '_ 65'; s.'la
Int Pump 23
.10 pfd • '■ '
700 lowa Cent * i'« IS. 14
do pf.l 'J] '-■
900 Kan City So 231 i 22"', 23=4
1900 do pfd 64 :" 1i 53»i
t9OO I. and Nash ....1 «. 100 1004
12011 Mcx Central .... 16", l« '- 1614
400 Minn anil St 1... 234 28 23
800 MSP and S S M.1124 1104 111 :..
, do pfd 126
8200 Mo Pacific 464 4511 451.
2100 M X and T 25 li 2D 2oVi
i. do pfd 66
2400 National Lead .. 661, 65 65
N rt R of M pfd 47
4200 N V Central .... ''n, _. 97*4 '"<
500 N V Out and W. . 334 3:1 B'"4
1000 Norf and West.. 65 84 66
100 do pfd 7.. 764 78 "i 80
2700 North Amor 6514 54 61
700 Pacific Mall •■•■ 201; 254 -•' =
24500 Pennsylvania ...11 s'-.. 117* 118',,
7011 People's Gas 9014 894 90
P CC and St L 72
110 Pr Steel Car. .. . 25 281. 24 »„
300 do pfd 5" 80 79
600 Pullman P Car..1654 1644 154' i
91200 Heading 10714 1064 1074
do Ist pfd SOli
do 2d Pfd 78' i
160 Republic Steel ... 174 * '■:'» 17*.
ISO 'I . pfd 664 664 67
feeii Rock inland .... 15' 2 157. 15%
4800 do pfd 284 28 25%
1400 SlI, £■!•' 2d pfd... 264 26 284
300 Si I, S IV Ills 14 14-
-1200 do pfd 342 384 34 4
2300 So Pacific 75*4 74% 751*
10 elo pfd 1144 114 4 114
1800 So Railway 144 144 11%
150 do pfd 39 li 89 30 %
100 Tex and Pac ....174 1714 17%
T Bt L and W 16%
500 dO pfel 41 404 40%
117500 Union Pacific ..1314. 128% 131
500 do pfrl R0 80 70%
100 1: B Express .... 80- 80 85
U S Realty 38
300 V B Rubber 204 20% 20%
do pfel 81%
S7lO V ti Steel 31', 344 86
6900 do pfel 00 119 '.19%
800, Vlrg Car Chem .. 20% 20 204
do pfd PI
Wabash 10%
900 do pfd 18 16% 17%
Wells F Exp 2'"'
1000 West Electric, ... 56% 50 564
West Union 51
W and 1. Erie 6 '_
900 Wise Central ... 15 144 J"'
»20 do pfel SS 37 37%
20900 Nor Pacific 1274 126% 1274
1500 Cent Leather .... 23 824 22%
200 do pfel B«4 88 884
700 Sloss 45 434 43
7900 Ot Nor Pfel 1344 123% 124%
2000 Int Mot 10% 104 10%
700 do pfd 25% 28 27- 1.
.i.e. Utah Cop 304 30 304
T'tnl sales, 609,400 shares.
New York Bonds
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April 23.—The following were
official closing quotations today.
U 9 rfdg 2s reg.1034 Mcx Cent <s *0%
do coup 104 do Ist Inc 17
do Si reg 1004 M A St 1. 4s 80
do coup 1014 M X & 'J 1 4| 961.
do new 4s 1eg.119% do 2ds 8014
do coup 122% Nat Ry M.i is... 80s
Am Tub 4s 714 NYC gen 3', a s.. 90
do 6s 1054 N J C gen 55... 125%
Atch gen 4s 90% Nor Pac 4s Mil- ,
do adl 4s 964 do 8s 72%
"I C L 4s 85% N & W 4s 84',,
Ji & O 4s 75% Oregon S L 45.. s:i%
do 3';.s 714 Perm cv 3! 2 86%
Brook R T 45.... 70% Read gen 4s TO 7,
Cent of Ga Cs ....106 St I. IM & S E1...106
do 2.1 Ino 45 St I. & B V 45.... 684
do 3d mc 33 St L S W 4s 63%
C& 11 441 01 Seaboard A L 45... 46
C& A "'[' 62 Sou Pan 4s S<;"_.
C ll .'v I.' 4l 86 do lit 4s e'U's 69?,
C It I P 4s 0.'.'4 Southern Rwy 5s .. 63
do col 6s 664 T & P lsts I"'<
CCO it St L 45.. 94 T St L & W 45.. 71
Colo Ind Ei ser A 55% Union Pac 4a 1004
FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
Colo Mid 4s 60 do cv 4s 87
I Colo & So 4s .... 89*. U S Steel 3d 8a.... 9i>.
i Cuba Bs Wlii Wabash lata 108
D & R G 4s 04 do deb B 45
■ His Sects r,s 70 West Md 4s «
Brie pr Hen 45... 80 W&L. E4s 83
do gen 4s 70ti Wis Cent 4s 81
Hock Val 4',.s ...101V4 Jap 4s 76't
Jap 4'.s ctfs .... 86* Atch ctfs 4s eWs
do M ser 85?. do da 97•_ j
■ L & N 4i 96' i Inter Met 4',.s .... 66*4
Manhat gold — 93
80-ton Stocks and Bonds
By Associated Press.
BOSTON, April 23.—The following were the
official closing quotations today:
Ate.li adj 4s ss Atlantic SV»
do 4s 96. Bingham 60
Mcx Cent 4s 794 Calumet & Hec1a..6."0
Atchison 77r» Centennial -1
do pf.l 87*4 Copper Range 654
Boston & A1b....iW7 Daly West Ml
Boston *, Me....135 Dominion Coal .... 5"
Boston L 138 Franklin 614
Pltchbg pfd 130 Granby 90
Mcx Cent 15!. Isle Royale II
NY Nil & H....114*4 Mass Mining HI
Union Pa,- 1,11 Michigan lo'.i
Am Arg (hem 194 Mohawk 47
do pfd 85 Mont CA C 65
Am Pn Tube .... 64 Old Dominion I.
Am Sugar 12ei' L Osceola 81
do pfd 1234 Parrot 1314
Am T & T lit". Qulncy 8-
Am Woolen lie;, [shannon ills
do pfd 814 Tamarack 69
Dom l & B 16*4 Trinity 144
Kdlson Elae Illm.2lo'_ United Copper 61.
den Blec 131 XI S Mining »4
Mass lea li US Oil 21 .
do pfd '.... 45 Utah Mi
Mass Gas .'-.• victoria 5*4
United Fruit '•''■•", Winona 4:4
United Shoe M... 60 Wolverine 12",
do pfd 2;'. North Butte 53.
U a Steel 35' i Butte Coalition .... 204
j do pfd 99*4 Nevada Ills
Adventure l'j Calumet & Ariz —100
Allouez 24 Ariz Cornel 27.
Amalgamated ....OS*. Greene Cananea .. 8
Financial Record
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April Money on call easy
at I*4@] per cent; ruling rate. 1%; closing bid,
'.*,; ottered at 2. Time loans very quiet but
steady; 60 days, 14 per cent; 90 days, 2"44j3;
six months, 346514 per cent. Prime mercantile ',
paper 44_t44 Per cent; sterling exchange was
easy with actual business In bankers' bills ;
at 4.8725 for demand and at 4.84805J4.8455 for 60 1
day bills. Commercial bills 4.844; bar silver,
64*.0; Mexican dollars. 47c. Government bonds,
steady; railroad bonds, firm.
Treasury Balances
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, April 23.— Today's treasury
statement shows Available cash balance,
$260,141,725; gold coin and bullion, 821,796,682;
gold certificates, $18,838,800.
**♦♦
I■ ■ I
CHICAGO GRAIN
1
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, April 23.—Wheat opened strong
with May delivery showing a gain of ii- com- j
pared with last night's close. The July and]
September options were a trifle higher at the I
start, In sympathy with May. but later weak- j
ened somewhat because of the favorable out
look for the new crop. An improved daman
from exporters helped to stimulate demand
late In the day and the market closed strong
with prices at the top. May wheat opened %@
lc higher at 96%a97!_c. advancuj to :'^»c and
closed at • ..•'v. July opene. %®%c high
er at 87%®88c, sold iff to 87% c and then ad
vanced to 89% c, where it closed.
Corn opened dull but the market later be
came active and prices advanced inearly lo
from the low point. The market closed strong
at the highest point of the day. May opened
a shade higher at 66% c, sold oft to 88 iO<"BKc
and then advanced to 67';. . The* close was at
67% c. t July closed at tß'.i'-.
Trade In oats was dull. May opened Vie
higher at 93' 4 c and closed at 93*ic. July
closed at 46"-4i\
Provisions were firm the greater part of the]
Cay. At the close July pork was up 80c, lard j
was 17% c and ribs 15c higher.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23.- Wheat, firm;
no trading; cash, 8L8H401.63V Barley,
sttsdy; Dec. $1.22 61.25%; cash, $1 "V.i I.4l'ei.
Corn, Arm; large yellow. $1.62.3
LIVERPOOL, April 23.—Wheat, May, 7s
41id; July, 7s 6%d; Sept. 7s ld.
Market Ranges
Wheat—May, 98% c; July, s-.,3,, . Sept. S6lie.
porn—May, 67% c; July, 62_63'sc; Sept. 61% c.
outs-May, old, 63*.c; new, r,2'jc; July, old,
i.-'.o; new, 48*.0, Sept. 73Vi'673%c.
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour, firm: No. 3 spring wheat, 86.6*31 05;
No. 2 red, 96%@98c; No, 2 corn, 67% c; No. 2
yellow, i., ... No. 8 oats, 53% c; No. 2 white,
49®52%c; No. 2 rye, 7("ij-,w', fair to choice
malting barley, J4084o; No. 1 northwestern
flaxseed, 61.22; prime timothy seed, $4.25; short
ribs, sielcs, loose, $6.62%'g7; mess pork, per
bbl., $13.06013.10; lard, per 100 lbs., $1.07';.;
short clear sldei, beixed, $7.25.7.60; whisky,
basis of high wines, $1.35.
Articles. Receipts. Shpmts.
Flour, bbli 33.4 21.100
Wheat, bush 16,100 23.400
Corn bush 8*4,900 102,300
Data, bush 231,000 171,800
Rye, bush 1.000 2,300
Barley, bush 88,600 89,800 j
TACOMA, April 23.—Wheat—One cent
higher. Prices by exporters; Blue stem,
S6c; club, 84c; red, s:e-
PORTLAND, April 23. —Wheat —Club, S3
(RB6c; blue stem, 87_.8Sc; reel, S3_S4c; val
ley. 656 sue.
The Metal Market
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April 23.—The London tin mar
ket was higher with spot quoted at X 144 lis
and future! at £143 los. The local market
was Arm and higher In consequence, with
quotations ranging from J31.85531.621..
Copper advanced to £58 5s for spot and £.
15s for futures in the London market. The
local market was quiet and unchanged with
lake quoted at ",13.75(_.12.8i'_; electrolytic at
»12.62% a 12.75; casting, Iia.B7HS 12.60.
1,,., I was lower in London with spot quoted
at £13 6s. Locally the market was steady
and unchanged at |3.97%54.02%.
Spelter was unehansreel at £31 6s in London,
and at $4.60!!' 1.66 in the local market.
Iron was lower In London with Standard
foundry quoted a' 60s 3d and Cleveland war
rants at 51s (Id. The local marget was with
out further change.
San Francisco Mining Stocks
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23.— Following were,
official closing quotations today;
Alpha Cons - Hale & Nor cross... 30
Andes 14 Kentuck Cons 8
Belcher 13 Mexican 136
Best & Belcher.... 05 Occidental Cons .. 10
Bullion 8 Ophlr 2521.
Caledonia 13 Overman 6
Challenge Con 13 Potest 14
('hollar 9 Savage 27
Confidence 45 Sag Belcher f.
Con Cal & Va 49 Sierra Nevada .... 41
Con Imperial 1 Silver Hill 4.",
Crown Point 38 Union Con 38
Exchequer 20 Utah Com 8
Gould &■ Currll ... 10 Yellow Jacket 73
Sugar and Coffee
By Associated Press. ,
NEW YORK, April 23—Sugar, raw, firm;
! fair refining,' o.osc; centrifugal, 96 test, 4.45 c;
molasses, 3.73 c; refined, stead . crushed, c.2uej;
powdered, 8.60 c; granulated, 8.50 c.
Coffee quiet; No. 7 Rlo, Be; No, 4 Santos,
S'.t'utlsC.
CARLOAD SHIPMENTS
OF CITRUS FRUITS
<»> equipments of oranges aml lemons o>;
.... from Los Angelas Tuesday', April 21, <•
>, reported by the California, Fruit brim. .*
<4> ei-' exchange, were 127 carloads of '♦, .
„;■ orange- and I carloads of lemons. To- v «.
.. lal to date there were shipped 18,357 •
<•> carloads, of which '"002 were lemons, fy
<A, Last season I" data there were shipped .«,
<»> 13,431 carloads, of which 1.-50.1 were ■•
\i;- lemons. ■•.
<$■<$> <t><s>'s'<s>'4><B><S><S'<!><-' <S><«''s><$"^,s' ■*
-.'■■' .»„,: -...''' » - .......
"' LOS ANGELES HERALD:* FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 24, 1908.
_^^_______————_—_—_——_—__.
ALL EGG QUOTATIONS
DROP ANOTHER CENT
MARKET IS OVERSTOCKED WITH
ASPARAGUS
Strawberry Crop Is Damaged by Rains.
Cauliflower and Turnips Scarce.
Tomatoes In Excellent
Receipt
Eggs declined lc on the produce exchange
yesterday. The latest quotation is 17glSc for
California ranch candled stock. A correspond-
ing ebon was experienced In other grades.
Eggs were weak but it is expected with the
lowered quotations that a firmer tone will
prevail.
Trailing was light, the only feature of the
call being the sale of So cases of eggs.
Asparagus was weak, the market being
overstocked, The first new potatoes from
Oregon reavuvu the local market.
Jersey Island celery is almost deplete., and
Saturday will see It disappear, entirely from
the market. The only celery then left to sup
ply the trad! will be green tops. Cauliflower
and turnips were very scarce. But recent
rains will revive turnips and the market will
bo replenished In another week. Lettuce and
other vegetables were plentiful. Tomatoes
were in excellent receipt.
Strawberries received a setback by the rains.
Only a very limited supply was on hand yes
terday. other fruits were quiet. Local fish
were scarce and northern fish plentiful. The
demand was good. Poultry Is commencing to
weaken.
Produce Receipts
Eggs, cases 340
Butter, pounds 88,801
Potatoes, sacks 1,721
Cheese, pounds 2,816
sweet potatoes, sacks 60
Apples, boxes 50
i Apples, sacks SO
Onions, sacks 9
Produce Prices
Following are the wholesale Jobbing
prices: „. „
ORANGES (per box) Tangerines, $1.75;
Bloods, half boxes, $1.10; navels, 31.35egi
I.9'>. according to size; lemons, J1.5532.0);
loquats, pound, S@7c.
APPLES (per box)— Missouri pippins, 82.23;
Bet. Davis, 51.75412. Ganos, 12; Newton pip
pins, 836275; Pearmalnes, 62-2603; Wlneiaps,
{2 _ 3.
BANANAS—Fancy, per lb., 4!ic: crates, 60c
! extra.
GRAPEFRUIT (per box) — Seedless, 82.50
©3.00; seedlings, $1.60(5'2.25.
POTATOES (per cwt.) — Early Rose,
II.6091.00; Highland Burbanks, 90c@$1.00;
local Burbanks, $1.65; Salinas, $LlE<Bl.5O;
white sweets, 00; yellow sweets, $3.76.
New potatoes, per lug box, $1.75; Lom
pocs, $1.50(3'1.65.
VEGETABLES — Beets, per doa. bunches,
3ifi4oc; siring beans, lb., 14c; carrots, per
I doz. bunches, 30eo 40c; green chillis, lb., 10o;
j onions, green, per doz., 20^250; do Giant,
i doz. 25c; celery, dos. _ogßsc; northern celery, $4
I 4-50; green . peas, lb.. lc; radishes,
do*., 16ig20c-, spinach, $1 per box; cucum
bers. $1.50©2.50 per doz.; cauliflower, $1
doz.; horseradish, 12% c lb.; tomatoes, local,
$1.25®1.60 per box; Mexican, $2; per lb., 9c;
cabbage per sack, BOejj 75c; rhu
barb, box, 61.7802; egg plant, 460 lb.; okra,
pound, 35c; artichokes, doz., 50c; lettuce,
65ceff$l.26; asparagus, 6%®Bc lb.; egg
plant, pound, 30c.
MUSHROOMS— S3.OOe>? 3.25.
EGGS—California ranch, candled, 17®18c;
local case counts, 16-517 c; northern case counts,
15017 c: eastern. 17@>l*lc.
CHILIS (per lb.) — String, fancy, 10
12'jc; Chill Telplne, $1.25; Chill Molido, 10
6 12 He,
BITTER — Creamery extras, 2-pound roll,
47'^.-; creamery firsts, 45c: cooking, 16
I (91 So; dairy, 42'.jc; eastern extras, 25®
.7 I.e.
CHEESE (per lb.)Anchor brand, Cali
fornia, 14®15c: Young America '8 lbs.),
19c; Hand (8 lbs.), 20c; fancy full cream
California, 17®18c; Llmburger, case lots, 22
(8 23c; Swiss, fancy imported wheels. 31c;
do cut, 82c; do domestic blocks, 21c; Oregon
cream brick, 19c; German breakfast, per
box, $1.10; eastern, singles, per lb., 18c;
Daisies, 17'>2@lS^c; Long Horns. 19c;
Tulare. 14®15c; northern cheese, 14@15c.
GRAPES"— Tokays, $2.00; Cornlchons,
$1.25; Black Moroccos, $2. 2.70; Malaga,
$1.25®1.60. _ - _ ;-
BEANS — E. C. (per 100 lbs.) —Small
white, $.1.001,4.0": Lady Washington, $3.90;
pinks, No. 1, $3.60; No. 2 pinks, $5.00;
blackeye, $5; llmas, $4.25; Garvanzas, $6.
ONIONS —Yellow Danvers, $4.50; Aus
trian Browns, $4.60; Red Globe, $4.60; Ore
gons, $4.50; Bermudas, crate, $1.85®2.00;
garlic. 15c; sllversklns. box, $1.25.
NUTS (per lb.) —Almonds, fancy I-CL and
Ne Plus, 15®16c; Brazils. 14515 c; filberts,
14c; pecans, large. 18c; California peanuts,
raw, 7®7"_c: eastern, 7%c; Japan peanuts,
i,'. -.■ 7c; roasted, 2c additional: walnuts,
fancy Ho, 1. 15@16c; do small No. 2, 12®
13c; pine nuts. 15c; cocoanuts, per doz., 90c.
DRIED FRUITS (per lb.)Apples, evapo
rated, old stock, 8{?8%c; fancy apricots, 25-lb.
boxes, ISc; dates, golden, bulk. S'.^c: black figs,
' 25-lb. box. $1.25; do white, 10 16-ca. pkgs. to
box, per box. 75c: do 50 %-lb. pkgs. to case,
per case, $1.65: do 50 6-oz. pkgs. to case, per
ease, $1.85; lemon and orange peel, fancy, 10-lh.
boxes, per. lb. 15c; nectarines. 25-lb. boxes, per
lb. 10c; peaches, evaporated, lie; pears, evapo
rated, fancy, 26-lb. box, per lb., 12c.
PRUNES (per lb.) —Fancy Santa Clara
county stock, 2-lb. boxes, 30s to 40s, 9c; 40s
to 50s, 7' 2 c; 60s to 60s, 6V.c; 60s to 70s,
6c; ins to"80s, Jlic; 80s to 90s, sc; 90s to
ions, 4 lie.
RAISINS — London layers, 3 crown, per
box, $1.75; do 20s, 2 crown, per box. $1.65;
do 60s, 3 crown, per box, $4.25; loose musca
tels, per lb., 6®6c: Sultanas, 50-lb. boxes,
p.. li, . 6© Co.
MISCELLANEOUS — Popcorn, fancy rice,
eastern, per lb., 4"_c; Saratoga chips, per
lb., Iflo; dill pickles, barrel, $10.50; May,
basket, $4.50.
BERRIES —Fancy strawberries, 4ei76c:
blackberries, 12c; raspberries, %-Ib. basket,
12!eJ16c.
POULTRY — Buying prices ns follows:
Hens, 16®17c; broilers, 25c; fryers, 2% to
2% lbs., io®22c; roasters, 2 lbs., 18®20c:
ducks, Jsc; squabs, $1.75@2.00 dozen.
Selling prices—Hens, 20 iff) 22c; young
roosters. Ifi-oKe; fryers, 80088°; broilers,
25c; old roosterß. 10c; live turkeys, 10 1,
20c; squabs, $3.6008.00 doz.; eastern dressed
hens. 17c; young roosters, 19 %c.
FLOUR—
At flour $5.80
Globe (lour 6.00
Made of select California wheat:
Silver Star flour $6.40
XXX 7 flour 4.80
Eighth I bis., 20c per bbl. higher.
Bakers' flour (made of eastern hard
wheat), per bbl.:
Globe flour $8.00
Eastern graham 6.00
Bakers' Al flour 6.40
Blended wheat flours:
Bakers' Magnolia flour $5.30
Bakers' pastry flour 5.10
Pastern rye 6.00
Al flour Is retailed at $1.65 per '£ sack
and 85c per V, sack. Globe family, $1.70
per % sack and 90c per % sack.
MEAL AND CEREAL GOODS (per 100
lbs
Lbi.
10 26 50
Al flour $3.30 $.... $„..
Pastry flour 3.10
Graham flour 3.00 2.95 2.90
Corn meal, TV X- V 2.80 2.75 2.70
Whole wheat flour 3.1,0 8.06 8.00
Rye flour 3.60 3.55 3.60
Cracked Wheat 3.60 3.65 8.50
Farina , 8.60 8.65 3,50
Wheat flakes (50 Ims.) 1.60
elo per of 125 lbs. net 4.26
Wheat, No. 1 (100 lbs), $1.86; wheat,
non-lb. sack"). No. 1, $1.90: corn (100 lbs.),
$1.80; cracked corn (100 lbs.), $1.85; feed
meal (100 lbs), $1.90; rolled barley (100
lies), $1.66; oil cake meal (100 lbs.), $2.50;
shorts (100 lbs.), $1.75; bran, heavy (lOf
lbs.). $1.60.
Retail Prices
Following prices for leading articles ot
consumption prevail at the Los Angeles
stores:
Butter, 2-lb. roll, fancy .60
Butter, 2-lb. roll, Santa Ana 66
Cooking butter, 2-lb, roll 50
'Eggs, trash ranch, per dozen 20'
Our Experience Aids the
Individual Investor
Based upon many years' experience, we have con
structed an organization designed to aid the indi
vidual investor in selecting investment securities
that will not only protect his principal but will also
yield him a liberal rate of income. An organiza
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investor who rarely has at his command all of the
facts upon which to base his judgment of an in
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j MINING QUOTATIONS |
Yesterday's quotations of the I.os Angeles-
Nevada Mining Stock exchange were as fol
lows:
CALIFORNIA
Bid. Ask.
California Hills (per M) "••J
Cm. Mines Co 01 .01%
Skldoo Blue Jay 124
JOHNNIE DISTRICT-
Johnnls Consolidated 01% .01%
NEVADA
TONOPAH DISTRICT—
Jim liutler 31
Montana 1.70 1.80
West End 42 i ... ■
OTHER DISTRICTS
-1.t.1100n Hill Fraction 03 .044
Clark Copper 06
.t-rchllght Western ,03
GOLDFIELD DISTSICT-
Combination Fraction 65 .67
Daisy 1.11
Florence 3.90 4.05
Frances Mohawk 124
c,, 1,i1i,11 Com Mines -.45
Great Lend -63
Jumbo Extension 31 ...';-,
Little Florence os
Blue Bull 12% .13
Diamondfleld Triangle 07
Grandma 06% .08
Black liutte Bonania 01% .02
Black Butte Extension 02 .02%
Dixie 03
Great Bend Annex 07 .09
Great Bend Extension 06%
Mllltown Fraction 01 .01%
Nevada Sunshine ,04
BULLFROG DISTRICT—
Bonnie Clara , 16% .17%,
Gold liar 15
Golden Scepter 03
Alliance OF. .02
Bullfrog Mining Co. of Ncv 05
l.ige Harris (per M) 6,00 7.60
Morning Sales
Mllltown Fraction—Bono at lc.
Jejlmnle—2o,ooo at 4He; 9000 at 4>4c.
B. B. Bonanza— 2ooo at 2c.
Grandma—looo at 7c.
Jumbo Ex.—6oo at 32c. '
Blue Bull—4ooo at 13?»c.
Fraction—lOO at 67c.
Jim Butler—4oo at 32e-.
Clark Copper—looo at sc.
Afternoon Sales
B. B. Bonanza -1000 at 2c.
Comb. Fraction—Boo at 6Hc.
Dixie—looo at Sc.
Johnnie—3ooo at 4%c; 3000 at 4'« c.
SAN FRANCISCO QUOTATIONS
(Exclusive service to the Los Angeles Herald
b/ L. A. Crlsler & Co., members Los Angeles-
Nevada Mining Stock exchange, 305 San Fer
nando building, Los Angeles).
SAN FRANCISCO. April 23.-The holiday
spirit which has prevailed over the southern
portion of the state since the fleet arrived in
American waters seems to have struck San
Francisco today and trading on the Bush street
exchange- was the lightest in weeks'. Florence,
on rumors of another dividend, was the only
strong Issues of the entire list, gaining 7
points, closing at $3.92 bid.
Goldfield Consolidated dropped 5 points,
Daisy 2 and Fraction 1. Great Bend opened
strong at f,r,c bid, but shortly after the In
formal session began dropping back to yester
day's closing bid of 43c.
There was nothing doing In the outside dis
tricts.
Following are the closing quotations of the
San Francisco Stock and Exchange board, to
gether with the regular call sales:
GOLDFIELD DISTRICT—
Bid. Ask. Sales.
Adams 09 .06
Atlanta 2.', .2'! ....
Booth 19 .21
Black Butte Ex 02 .08 ....
Blue Bull 12 .13 ....
Blue Bell ..; 07 .08
Black Butte Bonanza 01 .03 .-■■....'
Columbia Mountain 19 .24 ....
Conqueror 03 .01 600
Combination Fraction 63 • ' .64 ....
Criickerjack 08 '„09 .....
Daisy 1.10 1.15 200
Triangle 07 - .08
Biamondfleld B B Cons 11 .17 —
Dixie 02 .03 500
Empire 03 .04
Florence 3.92% 3.9.i ....
Florence Ex 20 .22
Frances Mohawk 10 ... ....
Goldfleld Cons 6.421. 6.45 200
Kewanas 87 .40 600
Great Bend 4.1 .44 2000
Great Bend Annex 08 ,08 ....
Great Bend Extension 00 .07 ....
Grandma 07 ... ....
Jumbo Extension 31 .32 ....
Kendall 2.-, .27
Lone Star M .08
Lou Dillon 04 ,08 2000
Mllltown Fraction 01 .02 ....
Mohawk Extension 03 .04 ....
Nevada Goldfleld 64 .05 ....
Oro 'II .10
Red Top Extension 15 .16 1000
Red Hills M .25
Sandstorm 36 .'■'.> ....
St. Ives 32 .34 ....
Silver Pick 20 .21
Vernal 05 .07 ....
Yellow Rose 01 . .02 ....
Yellow Tiger 13 .11
TONOPAH DISTRICT—
Belmont 1.15 1.17!.
Jim Butler 32 .33 300
Midway 60 .63
Montana 1.75 1.77% 100
McNamara .31 .33 ....
North Star 12 .13
Rescue Cons 09 .10 ....
Tonopah Mining: 8.37% 8.73 ....
Tcnopah Extension 1.22% 1.25 200
West End Cons 09 .10 ....
BULLFROG DISTRICT—
Bullfrog Mining 05 .06
Bullfrog National Hank 08 .10 ....
Bcnnle Clara 17 .18 ....
Golden Scepter 03 .0.7 ....
Gobi Mar 17 .18 62
Hcmestakc King 29 .30 ....
Montgomery Bhos Ex 01 . .03 1000
Montgomery Mountain ..... .12 .13 ....
Mayflower Com 10 .11 ....
Original Bullfroi 02 .03
Tramp Cons 23 .23
Yankee Girl 02 .03 ....
MANHATTAN DISTRICT—
Little Grey 07
Manhattan Cons 14 .15 1000
Manhattan Dexter 06 .07 1000
Mustang (<* ,08
Seyler Humphrey 02 .03
Stray Dog 06
Thanksgiving 24 ... ....
OTHER DISTRICTS—
Foirview Eagle 36 ... ....
Johnnie Cons 04 ... ....
Nevada Hills 2.42% 2.15
PittsburK Silver Peak.... 1.10 1.16 ....
Round Mountain 86 .95 ....
Chicago Live Stock
By Associate.! Press.
CHICAGO, April Cattle— Receipts 6600;
market steady; beeves, $4.66®7.60; stoekers and
feeders, |2.S6@E » cows and heifers. 82.30®
1i.40; calves, 84.50&6.50,
Hogs—Receipts is.om); market 60 lower; light.
t».10©0.60; mixed ?.,.25tji5.674; heavy. 85.15*
6.66, rough. 85.151f5.80; pigs, »4©4.86; bulk of
sales, 85.50ift5.60.
Cheep- Receipt 12.000; market weak to 10c
lower; native *4.55ieJ6.45; westerns, $4.9oti>
i ..,11; yearlings, »«.40efc7.'O' lambs. JCOO!eJ7.6O;
western lambs, »e,y,.ejo ',-,-■
FINANCIAL j
LOS ANGELES, April 23— Rank clearings
were 83.086,532.16, against $3,016,438.41 (or the
I corresponding date last year, ."an Increase of
841.103.76. Following Is a comparative state
ment:
1908 1907 1906 .
April -" 81,463,377.8$ $2,392,067.46 $1,641,781.43
April 22 3.890,330.46 3,383.710.83 1,830.497.68
April 18 3,086,532.16 2.045,428.41 1,466.680.94
LOB ANQELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Official salts-10 Associated Oil at $38.35.
Bonds
Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil Co 75 SO
Corona Power and W. Co 93
Edison Electric Co. Ist r.dg .... 90 95
Edison Electric Co., old Issue... 100 103
Home Telephone Co 75 82
L A. Stove Co 83
I- A. Traction Co., 6s 100
L. A. Railway Co 104
Mission Trans and R Co 82.. 95
Pacific Light and P Co 92
Pasadena 11 T and T Co 80
Pomona Con Water Co..i 88
Santa Monica B II T & T Co.. .. 80 .
San Diego II T and T Co 80
Seaside Water Co 100
Union Transportation Co 8414 80
Whittler H T and T Co 90
Bank Stocks
Bid. Asked,
American National 125.00
I American Savings punk 115.00
Bank of Los Angeles 116.00
j Broadway Bank and T Co 131.00
Cal, Savings Bank 130.00
Central National 140.00
Central Trust Cc 90.00
Citizens National 200.00
Commercial National 150.00
Equitable Savings 330.00
Farmers and Merch Natl 267.60 295.00
First National 380.00 430.00
German American Savings 265.00 815.00
Globe Savings .103.00 116.00
Home Savings Ilk of I, A 106.
Merchants National 435.00
National Bank of Cal ..- 150.00 200.00
Security Savings Bank 300.00
Southern Trust Co Sv.oo 72.00
Miscellaneous Stocks
Bid. Asked.
Cal. Portland Cement Co 75.00
California Hospital 80.00 96.50
Edison Electric pfd 69.25 73.00
Edison Electric com _.69.50 64.
Home Telephone pfd 47.00 48.60
Home Telephone com 6.50 11.00
L. A. Brewing Co 100.00
L. A. Investment Co 3.10 2.35
Occidental Lift Ins Co 150.00
Pac Milt. Life Ins. Co 183.00 225.00
Pasadena Home T and T 30.n0 40.00
S Monica B Home T and T.... 23.00 33.00
Title G. and T. Co. pfd 157.00 200.00
Title I, and T. Co. pfd 130.00
Title!, and Tr. Co. com 130.00 '
Title I. and Tr. Co. series C... 130.00
I' S L I) T and T Co., pfd.... 40.00 47.00
Whittler Home T and T Co 60.00
Oil Stocks
Bid. Asked.
Amalgamated OH 64.00 68.00
Arsoclated Oil -8.12',. 29.00
Erookshire Oil 2.20
Central 1.00
Columbia .93
Continental 15 .20
Elk Cons, oil Co 05 .1014
Fullerton Oil 40 .70
Globe 10 .16
Mexican Petroleum 1.23 1.40
New Perm Petr Co 1.00
Pinal Oil Co 20.00
Olinda Oil Co 09 .1214
Pirn Oil CO 06
K.ed Crude 15
Rice Ranch Oil 70 1.10
Union 221.00 239.00
Union Provident Co 216.00
United Petroleum 380.00 425.00
Western Union 70.00 105.00
DAILY MINING CALL
Official sales—4ooo Johnnie Con. at 4?ic; 1000
do at 4.c; 1000 do (B. 60) at 4T»c; 2000 do at
4*ic.
Listed Stocks
CALIFORNIA
GREEN WATER DISTRICT— Bid. Ask.
Clark Copper Co 05 .10
Furnace Creek Copper .50
Furnace Creek Ex Copper 01 .05
Furnace Valley Copper 01 .1314
Kempland Copper Co ,05
So. Furnace Crock .04
Cal. Hills M. Co 001, .OS
Consolidated Mines Co 01 .0114
Slate Argus G M Co 07<_ .10
NEVADA
FAIRVIEW DISTRICT—
Fairvlew Central .08
GOLDFIELD DISTRICT—
Goleiiii'ld Cons. Mines Co 5.05 6.26
Goldfleld Wild Horse 00". .07
Goldfleld Storm King G M Co O.'J,
JOHNNIE DISTRICT—
Johnnie Con. G. M. Co 04". .0414
Mohawk Johnnie .05
SEARCHLIGHT DISTRICT—
Cyrus Nobis 0214
Eldorado Can O M Co 00)4 .01
Gold Coin .01 <
Nevada Searchlight 00% .01".
Quartette 16.00
■Searchlight M and M Co 1,00
Searchlight Parallel .0114 .02
Searchlight Western .0314
Unlisted Stocks
NEVADA
TONOPAH DISTRICT—
Belmont 1.13 1.15
Jim Butler 32 .84
McNamara. 81 ' ...
Midway 63 ».n
North Star 12 .13
GOLDFIELD DISTRICT—
Adams 05 .06
April Fool Extension 01
Blue Bull 13 .13
Blue Bell 07 .08
Booth 17 .31
Black Ants .01 .02
Conqueror 04
Combination Fraction 64 .55
Daisy , 1.13 1.15
Dixie 01 .03
Empire 03 .04
Florence 3.85
Frances Mohawk 15 ...
Great Bend 43 .44
Great Bend Extension —'. 06 .07
Goldfleld Cons Mines 5.47 t.60
Ktndall 25 .26
Rod Top Extension 15 .16
Red Hills 24 .25
Sandstorm 36 .36
Sliver Pick '. 20 .31
BULLFROG DISTRICT—
Bonnie Clare 17 .18
Bullfrog Mining 05 .06
Gold Bar 15 .17
Golden Scepter 04 .05
Hcmestake King 39 no
Montgomery Mountain 12 .13
PRICES OF METALS
IN NEW YORK MARKET
k NEW, YORK, April *3.—Copper, lake <?>
i, *r:.7.-Kea)l';.H7'... electrolytic $12.62 l / ._> <»
'„ $12.73, casting $12.37!.«12.30. , <*>
& Lead, $3.07 0 4.02. <«>
v Tin, $31.40@31.«fi. &
... Silver, New York, 34%e. **» <J>
£ a A A. * A A A A A /\ 6. A "c /-i A ,e_e« A A.^. .*..". '-\ „_
Clearing House % Banks
'■''.'. KAMI. OFFICERS '"--''■
National Bank of California , * * 'SSS^k'SSSSt
*•" Capital $600,000.00. S
N. E. comer FourtS and Spring. Surplus and Undivided Profits 3l»"e.a<B>
««-_«_. _>.-._. OEORQW MASON, PrtsldtnL
entral National Bank x a a i STi C ashi».
a H. corner Fourth and Broadway. Capital. $300,000; Surplus. 8200.065.
_ „ „ «... .. T „,„ t p„„„„-„ WARREN OILI-ISLEtf, PretldanL
B roadway Bank & Trust Company WAIIREN aiLI.ELEN\ President.
roadway Bank & Trust Company R . w . Kennedy, cashier.
XJ , Capital, $--0,000; Burplua and ÜbJI.
•■'■"•■ 808-810 Broadway, Bradbury building. vlded Profits. 3191.000.
C... .. .. ,t_ i. " R. 3. WATERS, PresldenL
it*zens National Bank A j. waters, cashier.
:—.:: Capital, $300,000. I
8. W. corner Third and Main. Surplus and Profits, $373.000. *«^ ■,
C. „- .. , _»___, W. A. BONYNOE. PrtsldtnL
ommercial National Bank c N flint, cashier.
-'.. '-'.-. Capital, 8800.000. - •• •'*-,7
401 South Spring, cor. 4th. Surplus and Profits. 848.000.
United States National Bank l^ A"s&#f^i*'. Fr"Mm"
*-» --1' .'^. -1 Capital. $300,000.
8. n> hwiw Main and ffommtrclat Burplus and Profits. 360,000.
The National Bank of Commerce charles ewin'o. caanltr.
he National Bank of Commerce charles kwino. cashitr.
" IN LOS. AWItU-W*. *?
N. R. corner on Main. ; Capital, 1200,000; Burplus, 881.--$.
-partners & Merchants National Bank ,-„™ •^rWm.T v
* Corner Fourth and Main. Capltnl $1,800,000. Surplus and Profits. 31.700.008.-8.
7~~T~7X~77~~7~~7~~r J. M. KLLIOTT. PresldenL
irst National -.ante w . T . s> hammond. ca»-ia_.
Capital Stock 81.180.000.00.
B. K. corner Second and Spring. Surplus and ProCtt. 31.460.000.0*.
M. _ *t -• _1 li--,!, .W. H. HOLLIDAY. PretldenL
crchants National Bank marco h. hellman, cashier.
tB7& Capital. 8200,000.00.
S. B. corner Third and Spring. Surplus and Proflta. $600,000.
T~ .- .. i _>_,_._. " W. V, BOTSFORD, PrtsldtnL
merjean National sank wm. w. woods, cashier.
Capital. $1,000,000.00.
S. W. corner Second and BrorefTraT. Surplus and Profits. 3178.000.00.
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Offers for sole « per cent Guaranteed
Mortgage Bonds. For full particulars
address or call at 100 Security building.
ORANGES AT AUCTION
IN NEW YORK MARKET
* NEW YORK, April 28.—Twenty car- ■$>
.., loads of California oranges sold lit <$>
.> auction hero today nt the following <?-■
<i> prices per box for regular sites: ■
X Kxtra fancy navels $3.30 lo $1.10, <•>
$> averages $3.05. '■*
'„ Fancy nuvels $2.15 to $3.10, aver- •
% "V.xtrn choice navels *2.10 lo $3.00, &
■ •■> average $2,115. '*'
|> Choice navels $1.00 to *..75, aver- *
&> age. $3.30. '*
A, Fruit In fair to good condition. Mar- B
■.. ket firm. Weather clear mid favor- <$•
... able. Four can. will sell later. <_>
* .*•
BANK CLEARINGS IN STATE
SHOW CONSIDERABLE DECREASE
Ey Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23.—Bank clear
ings for the past week show a falling off
from last week and are materially smaller
than the records of a your age,. San Fran
cisco banks cleared $30,214,622, a loss of
30.1 per cent.
A decrease of 29/.' per cent Is noted In Lot
Angeles, the clearings for this year being
$9,093,894.
Oakland shows a, loss of 67.1 per cent-
San Jos,, proved an exception to the gen
eral tendency, gaining 16.7 per cent, the
clearings this year lug $501,308.
In the three cities where clearing houses
have been organized lets than a year the
reports were as follows, for the week:
Sacramento, $841,762; Fresno, $407,595,
and Stockton, $396,446.
This makes a grand total for the seven
cities of $42,720,556 for the week.
FRUIT MARKET
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23.—Fancy apples,
$1.75; cc. nmtetl, 60e>; navel oranges, $1.75®2.50;
Mexican limes, $6eVXei7; good to choice Cali
fornia lemons, $1.75.2: common, 75c®51.25;
fancy, $2.2i'tf2.50; bananas, $1&3.60; pineapples,
$1.5063.»,
Dried Fruit Prices
By Associated Press. .
NEW YORK, April 23.— market for
evaporated apples Is practically nominal. Hold
el, is arc firm In their .views but there is no
business of consequence. Fancy are quoted at
H-"_@llo; choice, B!_@9'_c; prime, 7>4@71.c;
common to fair, 6»4«*.6%c. It Is said that bad
reports from the coast have attracted from
speculative buying of California prunes. Quo
tations range from 4'-_i&l4c for California and
from s*e.®loo for Oregon fruit. Apricots are
steady with choice quoted at lli®2oc; extra
choice, 19«21c; fancy, 24c. Peaches are un
changed with choice quoted at 10®10"_c; extra
choice, ll@ll"_c; fancy, ll'/i®l2c: extra fancy,
13®14c. Raisins ore neglected with loose mus
catels quoted at 6®6'_c; seeded, 6',if&Bc; Lon
don layers, $1.65811.75.
Butter, Eggs and Cheese
Ey Associated Treat.
SAN FRANCISCO, April -Fancy creamery
butter, 23/.c; seconds, 23c; fancy dairy, 21".c.
New cheese, ll".@12c; Young America, 12®
121.C. Ranch eggs, 21c; store, 19*40, . -'
CHICAGO, April 23.—0n th" produce ex
change today the butter market was steady;
merles, 21i!28c; dairies. 20'tf26c. Eggs, firm
at mark, cases Included, 141.0 firsts, 14y,c;
prime firsts, 15-.C. Cheese, steady, ll!i@121»c.
a-e-fc —
SAN PEDRO SHIPPING
By Associated Frees.
BAH PEDRO, April 23.—United States
hospital ship Relief cleared today for San
J"* m ri ep 1 JJ Q ()
Steamer Chehalls, Capt. Klttleson, arrived
from San Diego and after taking fuel and
passengers cleared for Grays Harbor, via
San Francisco. _ ■ '.■'■' *_,-_.
Steamer Santa Barbara, Capt. Zaddort,
arrived this morning from Grays Harbor
with passengers and 650,000 feet of lumber
consigned to Western Mill and Lumber com-
PdSefhooner Ensign. Capt. Mallherg, com
pleted discharge, of lumber cargo for Cres
cent wharf ami sailed today In ballast for
Wlllapa Harbor to reload.
Barkentlne Charles F. Crocker, Capt
Dwars, sailed yesterday from MukUteo with
a large lumber cargo consigned to whole
salers at Redondo. .
Schooners Bertha Dohlbeer at Eureka and
Maweema at South lie nd have been char
tered to load lumber cargoes for whole
salers at Ibis port. ' «___«„_«
North Pacific company's steamship George
W. Elder, ("apt. Jesson. dearer] tonight for
Portland, via San Francisco and Eureka,
with large freight and passenger >'»«••_
I'.ie-ifio Coast company's steamship Queen,
apt. Thomas la due tomorrow from Ban
Francisco and way port, with freight and
PaßteHme rr' Thomas L. Wand, Capt. Peter-
Steamer Thomas L. Wand, Cnpt Peter
son, arrived from Grays Harbor, via . San
Francisco, with full cargo of lumber for San
Pedro Lumber company.
Steadier Marshfleld, Capt. Dettmers.
bound from San Diego for ban Francisco,
called for oil and proceeded.
San Francisco Shipping
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23.—Arrlved-
Sleamer Helen P. Drew from Ban Pedro; Nome
City, San Pedro; Fair Oaks, San Pedro; Sa
moa.' Redondo; Stale of California, San Diego.
Balled-Steamer Queen, for San Diego.
part n
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known at Duncan Brothers. All persons are
hereby warned not to give any credit to such
co-partners. L. E. RICKER.
Dated this 11th day of April. 1908.
NOTICE IJ HEREBY GIVEN THAT I IN
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court of California, for a recommendation to
the governor for a pardon, and also that I
intend to apply to the governor for a pardon.
R. D. JACKSON.
»DR. A. POI.ASKY, OCCULIST AND
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i___^^ is now permanently located In this
city, with office at 317 W. THIRD ST. 40
years' experience.
m 4mm. Panama and Felt Hats
fa _-"l Cleaned and Blocked.
"•affijSy KINSEL'S II VI WORKS,
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THE FLORENTINE HAIR COLLEGE
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HOMELESS CHILDREN RECEIVED AND
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DR. AND MRS CARTER SUCCESSFULLY
treat monthl:- Irregularities and all female
complaint* by improved methods that are
FOSITrVF.LY GUARANTEED In every cats.
30 years expjrie-nct; consultation free. Hours.
Ba. Bt tc 8 p. m. ; Sundays, N to 13 a. on
804 MERCANTILE PLACE, over 543 S. Spring
PERSONAL—DR. CLARK, SURGEON, Dis
eases of women, Irregularities; specialist.
San Fernando bldg.. Main and Fourth;
rooms 306-7.
DR. TAYLOR—FEMALE PHYSICIAN AND
obstetrics. 4151. S. BPRINQ ST.
■ MINING AND ASSAYING
BARGAIN GOLDFIELD DISTRICT, 7
claims Incorporated; no stock sold; need
money. Pries $6000. Investigation Invited.
704 SOUTH GRAND.
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Pacific Coast Trade
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 23.-Flour. family
extras, $5.40®6; bakers, $5.40©5.65; Oregon and
Washington, $4.90@5.40; shipping wheat, $1.61*4
01.63%; milling, $1.6501.67.; feed barley,
$1.87*401.41*4: brewing. $1.4301.51; reel oats,
$1.42*401-85; white. $1.62*401.65; gray, $1.55®
1.62',.; middlings, $33086; rolled barley, $19030;
oatmeal, $4.10; oat groats, $4.30; rolled oats.
}:'t ( ,ir,; wheat hay, $16030; wheat and oat, $lti
©19; wild oat, $12®16.60: tame oat, $133U7.50:
alfalfa, S'J.lJt straw, Gs'et!)oc-; pink beans, $3®
3.10; lima, 1C.004.70; small white, $3.4003.60;
large white, $3.6003.75; Oregon Burbanks, Sac
®$1; Merced sweets, $2.5003; new potatoes, 2',_
©314 c; green peas, $1.2501.76; string beans, 15
®17'/ac; egg plant, 15ffi20e; green peppers, 20©
Ssc; tomaotes, $1.6002.60; summer squash. $2;
asparagus, 4ft Be; rhubarb, 76c®51.60; garlic,
20®25c.
Receipts— 3950; wheat, 670; barley, MA;
corn, 75; potatoes, 4220; bran, 290; middlings,
150; hay, 7'); hides, 490; wine, 50,100.
Wool Prices
By Associated Press.
ST. LOUIS, April 23.—W001, steady; medium
grades clothing and combings, 16".iS)18e: light
fine, ]s®l6c; heavy tine, ll®12c; tub washed,
2<i®26>_c.
SAN PEDRO TIDE TABLE
High. Low.
1908. A. M. P. M. A. M. P. M.
April ,24 3.28 6.01 10.42 11.03
April '26 4.59 .33 11.42
April 26 6.10 7.03 12.09 13.27
April 37 7.10 7.34 12.67 1.09
April 28 7.58 8.13 1.35 1.62
April 29 8.41 8.40 2.16 2.23
April SO 3.26 9.08 . 2.55 2.53

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