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REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK
OF LOS ANGELES
AJT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS SEPTEMBER 4. 19OG
K.I2SOURCI3S Liabilities
T.m.is nnd discounts tun.2sK,H!iu>s Capital stock paid in * i,2r,n,nn0.00
Overdrafts, secured and unsecured a5,f1M2.31 Surnlun fund 2r>0,000.0n
U. S. Bonds to secure circulation I. 2sn.nno.no • Undivided pioflis, less expenses nnd tuxes pnld i.atWOIMW
Bonds to secure U. 8. Deposits • T.'Mi.ii.vt.ns Nationnl Hnnk notes must muling i.aisidn.im
IT. S. Bonds on hand l.nnn.nn Due to otho'r Niitlonal Banks •••< V nir,,.-.i»i.na
Premiums on U. 8. Bonds 87.inn.7l Due to State lin tilts nnd Bunkers liiuut.-. i.iit
Bonds nr.7,sr>o. lll Due to Trust nnd Siwlngs IJanks 1.HH7.i1« 1.21
Purnlturo and Fixtures 47,W1.-I1 Dividends unpaid 1.20.1.50
Due from National Banks (not reserve agents) V 7nn,577.-IO Individ mil depnslts subject to check io,r,r,i>.»:t<!.nii
Due from State llnnks nnd Bankers 2t)l,B:i:t.»t Demand ciTtllleiites of deposit 212.17f1.4H
Due from approved reserve agents 1,3r.7,n57»H2 Certified Checks 40.00-1.52
Checks and other cash Items 17iM70.nl Cashier's Cheeks outstanding • n7.402.mi
Exchange for Clearing House nr.n^.33.40 U. S. Deposits „ 450.407.47 '
Notes of other National Banks 03,203.00 Deposits of U. S. Disbursing Officers 212.N52.2H •' ,
Fractional paper currency, nickels and cents 2,3*3.37 Let'ers of Credit 17.K74.28
Lawful money reserve In bank, viz: «~ «,««=««« nonrtcita ' <tl^ 99*7 101 IQ
Le«ral tendor rotes 830,iki0.00 a.ini.7sn.on . Bonds Borrowed i45.n00.00
p . j l^Vfli JITICTO tftiflQ'i^JlßT ' Special Deposit, City Treasurer 20,000.00
fiitaL $19,402,532.83 Total -- - $19,402,532.83
STATE OF CALIFORNIA (
COUNTY OF LOS ANaELES ( •■• v
I. W. T. S Hammond. Cashier of the nbove named bank, do solemnly swear that the nbove statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief «»—
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 6th day of September, lflfli.. ■ W. T. S. HAMMOND, Cashier.
W. N. HAMAKBR. Notary Public. CORRECT-Attest:
ADDITIONAL, ASSETS— ONE MILLION FIVE lII7NDHBD THOUSAND DOLLARS STntiniDi? 1 ' I I
Invested In the «t.>ck nl the Lou An K eleN Truiit Compnny nnd «lip Melroplltnn Hunk nnd Truxt Co.. nnd held l.j- the W r PATTEKSON I Directors.
Oirirrrit of the First National Bank, as ■IVustee, lv the Intermt of <he Nhnreholdrm of thnt Ilnnk. FRANK P. FLINT,'
REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE REPORT OF THE CONDITION OF THE
Tao A na^ip^ Trii^t r!oninsim xr Metropolitan Bank and Trust Company
±jOS J^ngeie^ Alll&l^OIIipdlllJ . , LOS ANOEI^ S , California J
At the Close of Business September 4, 1906 At the Close of Business September 4, 1906
RESOURCES LIABILITIES
■r>l7«!fyf TRr^V^ I IAFtTT ITIFS I.oins and Discounts g3-iT.2KJ.iI) Capital _ „.„ _ n
L oan B and D , B countf „««0.7 1, 3 4 Capita, Z 91 .o«O.O0O.C» V.^^'^EiE:: m££ ~« ™ P« 8 2
Bonds and Warrants 567.503.07 SurpluB nnd Undl vlcled Proilta (less expense) 107.«a;J.50 Bank Promises non.ODO.OO Mortuaire Assumed 100.000.00
Banking Home, Furniture and Fixtures 334,000.00 Furniture nnd Fixtures 25.05H.1l Deooslta
Cash and Sight Exchange. 500.n.-i.-..».-. DeuosltE .1,ll).-,.0r.s.4O Cash on hand with Banks -H>(),4:(4. 17 ■ ' ••••••■••■••••■ ■••-• -• • 000,047.17
T0ta1...... $4,362,876.26 Total $4,362,876.26 . Total $3,338,371.91 Total -1 $1,338,371.91
GOLD COMING
FROM EUROPE
ACTIVE SELLING OF STOCKS
FOR PROFITS
Cash Deposited for Shipment to San
Francisco — Reading Securities
Under Pressure Sustained
y the Market >
HIGHER VALUES
At the opening of the stock
market yesterday prices advanced.
There were lare dealings In Amal
gamated Copper, 12,000 shares sell
ing simultaneously at 112^4 and
112%, compared with 111%
Wednesday. Great Northern pre
ferred sold at an advance of 5,
Canadian Pacific 2, St. Paul. Union
Pacific and Colorado Fuel IVi.
Reading. Brooklyn Transit and
the American Car stocks a point,
and Atchison, Louisville & Nash- ■
ville, Chicago Great Western,
Ontario & Western, Delaware & ■
Hudson and American Smelting ■
large fractions.
Atchison moved up 1 14 to 103%,
a record figure, and Reading •
touched 141%.
The market yielded when call ■
loans were made at 20 per cent. ■
Northern. Pacific fell a point. The ■
general market was Inclined to ■
drop, but strength In St. Paul •
stocks had a sustaining 1 Influence. ■
Brooklyn Transit rose 2, Reading •
2=4, and Pacific Mall 1.
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Sept 6.— The stock mar
ket today showed some stimulating ef
fect from the order of the treasury de
partment permitting deposit of govern
ment funds with national banks against
engagements of gold for import. The
effect was moderate, partly owing to the
selling to realize profits by those, who
bought stocks on the confident assump
tion yesterday that action -was imminent
by the secretary of the treasury for the
relief of the money market and partly
owing to the fact that call money did not
show the expected relaxation as a result
of the news.
Oood resistance was shown to any sell
ing pressure and prices were sustained
by the strength of some speculative lead
er* in the list. No doubt is felt among
bankers that a considerable Inward move
ment of gold will follow.
Gold in transit to New York next Mon
day will give the consignees the right to
the use of government funds until Its ar
rival as well as the gold engaged on or
after that date. The order makes no
restriction on tha time that may be re
quired for tha receipt of the gold If It
has been actually engaged or shipped.
This would make It feasible to buy gold
in Australia. Japan or even in Bouth
Africa and make the proceeds available
for use in New York from the date of
purchase without expense for Interest
charges while tha bullion is In transit.
Th« time money market seemed to be
unaffected by the news and Joans for 60
and W days commanded a premium
equvalent to TH to 8 per cent, with six
months money lending at 6H to 7 per
cent The only lenders in any amounts
were foreign bankers.
Yesterday's $3,000,000 transfers to the In
terior through the sub-treasury wer» off
set In the dally statement of operations
by extraordinary government disburse
ments to the amount of 13.000,000, leaving
the day's losses of the banks only mod
erate. Tb« Boveiauieai . institution hjui j
taken from the banks since the last bank
statement, however, $4,923,000. and $500,
000 was deposited for transfer to San
Francisco today.
The money stringency here is bringing
offerings in small amounts from widely
separated points In the interior which
make an appreciable aggregate. New
York exchange at Chicago recovered to
5 cents discount compared with 40 cents
discount on Tuesday.
Reading bore the brunt of sustaining
the general market up to the late after
noon, when rumors became current that
control of Baltimore & Ohio was to be
transferred to that company.
When the demand for call loans had
been satislied offerings of the unplaced
remainder carried the rate oft from 25
per cent, the high rate of the morning to
live per cent, where It closed. »
The Great Northern ore lands report
was revived later with effect on United
States steel and Great Northern preferred
and had a strengthening influence on
the whole market.
Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par,
value, $3,152,000. --..
United States bonds were unchanged]
on call.
New York Stocks
B" Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Sept. 6. — The following
weru the official quotations on Ihu
stock exchange today:
High. Low. Close.
Adams Ex 275
222,400 Amal Cop 113 111% Uih
2,400 AmC&Fdy.. 40% 4O',i 4OMs
500 do pfd 102 101% 101V4
300 Am Cot 0i1... 31% 31V4 31%,
do pfd 90
Am Ex 225
600 Am H&L pd pOV4 30 30H
9,600 Am Ice 93 91% 92T«
Am Lin Oil 19Va
do pfd 41
4.500 Am Locomo.. 72 % 71H 71%
do pfd 112
26,800 Am Smel & R. 154% 152% 163
300 do pfd 117 116% 116%
1,600 Am Sug Ref..l37U 136«4 136'/s
400 Am Tob p C...100V* 100 100
36,200 Ana Mln C 0..282%. .282% 280 28H4
80,400 Atchison 108% 108 108%
400 do pfd 101% 100V4 lOOVi
200 Atlantic C L.U3 143 H2
14.400 B & 0 122 Vi 121 Vs 121%
do pfd 92
44.300 Brook R T 90% 75% 79%
1.700 Can Pac 177% 177- 177%
Cent of N J 225
3,100 Ches&Ohlo.. 64% 64 64%
700 Chi Q W 18% 18 17%
4,400 Chi & N W...213 210 212
31,500 C M & St P. ..181H 180V4 180%
Chi Term ft T 12
do pfd 27
400 CCC & St L. . 94 94 92V4
7.400 Col F& I 66% 65% 56%
700 Col & South.. 37>/i 37/* 37
do Ist rfd 69V4
800 do 2d pfd.. 50V4 49% 50/*
700 ConsolGas...l4o 139 139V4
300 Corn Pro 19% 19% 19%
100 do pfd 76H 76% 76
400 Del & Hud.... 217 216% 216
Pel L & W 505
1.000 Den & R G... 43% 43% 43%
100 do pfd 86 86 85%
40G Distill See... 62 61% 61H
35.700 Erie 47% 46% 47H
100 do Ist pfd. . 77 77 77
do 2d pfd 71%
400 Gen Elect 168 167 168
Hock Val 127
100 111 Centra 1....173%. ...173% 173% 173V4
100 Inter Paper. .. 19 19 18
200 do pfd 83%' 83% 83
Inter Pump 47%
do pfd 84
100 lowa Cent 29 »i 29% 29
200 do Pfd 81% 61% 51
200 X C South.... 28H 28 28V4
600 do pfd 67% 57% 57%
I.SOO L. & N 149 148% 148%
100 Mox Cint 21 21 20%
1,400 Minn &St L.. 72 U 72>i 70
900 MStP&SItStM.IS6 165 165
100 do pfd 173H 178H 170
700 Mo Pac 98 96% 97%
800 M X & T 38 85% 86
gOO do pfd 71 71 71 H
«00 Nat Lead 78 »4 78 78
1,900 NRRof M pd. 46% 46H 46%
4.600 N V Cent 144% 143% 144U
2.200 N V Ont & \V. 61% 60% 60%
1.800 Norfolk & W.. 94 93% 93%
do pfd 90%
800 North Am 08 92 92%
400 Pao Mall 38U 3D 38 >i
37,700 Pennsylvania 148% 14314 142%
._„ PcJple's Gas. ..*, .... 90 Vi
ma PCV.M 81L._ 85 81
LOS ANGELES HERALD 5 FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1906.
3,400 Pressed S Car. 54% 53? i 54
do pfd Sl!'/.S 1 !'/.
400 Pullman P C.2r>o 249 249
228,500 Reading .....143^ 140'/, 143-%
100 do Ist pfd. .90 90 90 • I
do 2d pfd HI
f.,000 Repuh Steel.. 31^ 30V4 31
I.ROO do pfd 100% 99Vi IOOVj
6.500 R I Co 28 ' /g 27% 27%
1.400 do pfd 06% 6,i Oli^
Rub G(\s pfd 100
300 StL A: SF 2pd 45 Vi 4.1 44 V 4
500 St I S W 23 4 2.', 25
1.900 dop fd GIW lil filM:
21.500 South Pac... 92 91V1 31 ?*>
200 do pfd IIS 118 117 7 ,!,
4.900 South Ry 38% 37% 38%
do pM VS %^
200 Te.nn C* 1...1F.9% lf>S>,i 15K%
4. SOP Tex & P.ic. . . 35% 35 3K Vi
200 To! St L & W 32 >& 32 32',<!
100 do pfd 51% 51% 81%
117, 500 Union Pac. . . IS4'/i 192TR 134 ,6
200 do ptd 94% 91 93 '/•
ICO XT S Ex 135 135 133
U S Realty 74
I 200 U S Rubber.. 45% 45y 2 4594
! 900 do pfd 108 lOfii/fe 107K
141.900 U S Steel -.7% 46'/, 47V R
12.300 do pfd. . . . . .107% 106% 107%.
Va Car Chem 38
100 do pfd 109H 109V4 109
200 Wabash 20\i 20% 20»,4
100 do pfd 44% 44% 44V4
100 Wells F Ex. . .293 293 290
West Elect 163 W
West Union filV,
Whtle & L E 18'^
... Wls Cent 25 I
100 do pfd 51 Vt 51 51 V, I
8.100 Nor Pac 217 214 21fi : 7i
200 Cent Lea 38^ 38'^ 38V4
200 do pfd 102H 102 1«2
SOP Sloss Sheff... 77 'i 77 77 Vi
14,500 Gt Nor pfd... 336% 330 336
11.300 Inter Met 38'/, 38 38%
1.000 do pfd. 79 78% 78Ai
Total sales for the day 1,272.500
shares.
Other Stocks
The following stock quotations are fur
nished through Frrd Dorr & Co., brok
ers. Bradbury building:
National Biscuit, common, 67,4: pre
ferred, 117@118.
Diamond Match, 123(??123H.
Union Box Board. i%@l%; preferred,
11-,4©11V5.
Swift & Co., 1070107H-
American Can, KtIVA; preferred, MXaCMA.
Carbon, 85®88; prefered, 119<5120»4.
Chicago Pneumatic Tool, 616t52Vi; ss,
81%<fi82H-
Great Northern preferred, 336.
Green Gold, 2hi@2%.
New York Bonds
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Sept 6.-The following
were official closing prices for bonds lo
dav:
U 8 ref 2s reg ...104%) Japan 6s 2d sr.loo
do coupon .... 103 do 4%s cert.. 31%
U 8 3s reg 103V4 do 2d ser .... 90%
do coupon 103 Vi L& N unl 4s ..100%
U 8 old 4s reg „102' i Man en gld 4s. 102
do coupon 1031% Mcx Cent 45... 76
U S new 4g reg .131 do Ist lnc .... 19
do coupon 131 Minn & StL 4s. \>i
Am Tob 4s T7% M X & T 45.. ..100%
do 6s 112U do 2ds M
Atch gen 4s 102 N R Mcx en 4s. K5
do adjust 4s ... UiHfc NY Cent g 3%s 9i
Atl C L 4s 18% NJ Cent gn 5b 126W
Bait & O 4s 103 Vi North Pac 45.. 103%
do 3%s 93Vi do 3s 75%
Brook BTcv 4s. 93V4 Norf 4 W c 48.100%
Cent of Ga 65. ...11 l Ore 8 L rfg 4s. 44%
do Ist Ino 96 Perm cv B%s ...101%
do 2d lnc 59% Read gen 45.,.. 99%
do 3d lnc M* BtL &IM c ss. 114%
Ches &O 4%s ...104 StL &SF fg 4s. 82U
Chi & Alt 3%5... 77 StL Sw con 4s. 77%
C B & Q new 4s. 97% Beabd A L 45.. 56%
C X I & P 4s .... 77 Bouth Pac 45... 92
do col 5s 91 do Ist 4s cert. 96%
CCC 8 StL g 45.101 South Ry 6s ...115
Colo In 6s ser A. l<>Mt Tex & Pac lsts.llß%
Colo Mid 4s 75 Tol StL &W 4s 82%
Col & South 45.. 31% Union Pac 4s ..10314
Cuba 5s 102 U S Steel 2d ss. 9S
D&R O4s 99 Wabash 15t5...U4%
Dlst Secur 6s ... *!•',» do Deb B ... 79V4
Erie pr lien 4s ..100% West Mil 45.... 84%
do gen 4s 89% W & L,B 45... 88
Hock Val 4%s ...106V4 Wls Cent 45... 59%
Japan 6s 100 Japan 4s cert.. 83%
Boston Stock* and Bonda
By Associated Press.
BOSTON, Sept. 6. - The following
were official closing prices for stocks and
bonds today: .
Ati-h adiutUs .. 95 Cal £ Hec 730
do 4s ....... 100'j, Centennial .;... 24
Mcx Cent Js 73 Copper Range. 7SV4
AtchlEon lON/i Daly West "16V4
do pfd 1 oil ft Franklin *".,
Bost & Alb 246 Ciianby I^V«
Bost & Me 1H! Isle Royalc i:j'/,i
Bost Elevuted ..Uo(i Mass Mining .. »Mi
Fltchbiirg pM r.130 Michigan in
Mcx Cent 2O',i Mohawk til)
NY NH & H 19414 Old Dominion.. 41U
Pere. Marquette . 53 Oscenla 11114
Union Paclllc ...VJi'/s Parrot iS',4
Am Arge Chem. 23 Quinry S!)
do pfd 4"> Shannon *>%
Am Pneu Tube .. 13 Tamarack 48
Am Sugar 13'i'4 Trinity W x
do pfd 135 I'nited Copper. Wj
Am Tel & Tel ...13(1 U S Mining ... 60Vj
Dominion I & S. L'B I! S Oil '■>
KdlKon Elec II ..13."> ftnh WV4
Mass Elec 20 Victoria ii%
do pfd ii>a Wlnona 7) 8
Mass Gas V> Wolverine 157
United Fruit 109 North Butte ... 9H4
United Sh Ma oh. fn rcutte Coalition 33,,
do pfd 29% Nevada IS
Adventure 6 Mitchell ?■%
Mlouez 3UVi Cal & Ariz 11SV4
Amalgamated ...li: i? » Tecumseh 11V4
Atlantic 13Vi Ariz Com 33
Bingham 31 V4
Financial Record
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK. Sept. 6.-Money on call
was firm until near the close, when the
rate dropped to 5 per cent. Highest. 25
per cent; lowpst. 5; ruling rate. 20; clos
ing bid and offered. B per cent.
Time loans strong; fii) and 90 days, 7V4®
8 per cent; six months, 6Vi<ir7 per cent.
Prime mercnntlle paper, <>Sf7 per cent.
Sterling exchange, steady at $153.455?
4.d3.50 for demand and $4.81 for CO day
bills.
Posted rates. $4.81</»'ra4 82 and $4.84®4.85.
Commercial bills, $4.80%.
Bar sliver. 67% c.
Mexican dollars, 52c.
Bonds, government, steady; railroads,
heavy. . t „-,• ■.
Gold From England
B" Associated Press.
LONDON, Sept. 6.— The t'nlted States
took another $2,015,000 In eagles from the
bank of England today, making $4,030.0(10
In two days. The price today was 76(578V4d
compared with the market price of 70s
6y«d.
Treasury Statement
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Sept. 6.— Today's treas
ury statement:
Available cash balance $202,507,927
Gold coin and bullion 109,711,3(iii
Gold certl icates : 65,618,090
The Metal Market
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK. Sept. 6.— The London tin
market was unchanged at 182, 5s for spot,
but futures were a Bhade lower at 184,
ss. Locally the market was easier with
quotations ranging from 540.30 to 540.60.
Copper was about 6s lower in London
with spot and futures both quoted at 86
pounds, 2s Uil. Locally no change was
reported.
Lead was firmer at 15.75(35.95 locally and
advanced to 18 pounds In London.
Spelter was unchanged at 27 pounds,
10s In London. Locally the market was
steady and a shade higher at SG.O6<QCIO.
Iron firm. ..:".,*,
San Francisco Mining Stocks
By Associated I'ress.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 6.— The official
closing quotations for mining stocks to
day were as follows:
Alta 5 Justice 4
Alpha Con 7 Kentuck Con 4
Andes 8 Mexican \..Bt
Belcher -1 Occidental Con... ;s
Best & Belcher.... M Ophlr 310
Birlllon l- 1 * Overman 9
Caledonia 27 Potosl 12
Chollar 11 Savage 100
Confidence W Sag Belcher .... 3
Con Cal & Va 92 Sierra Nevada... 18
Con Imperial 100 Silver Hill so
Crown Point 13 Standard HO
Exchequer oO Union (."on 1 tij
Gould & Currle.... 17 Utah Con 3
Hale & Noro 100 Yellow Jacket.. .SO
Julia »
Three days from today, locomotive
collision at Agricultural park.
Everything you want you will find Ir,
Hi. cluiUled ptff*. On* coot a word.
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET
Rain in Spring Wheat Territory Is
Cause of Decline in Prices.
Provisions Steady
Hv ARiKvlntiHi Hre»s
CHICAGO, Sept. C— During the llrst
half ot the session the market was weak,
caused by the absence (if rain in the
spring wheat territory. On a decline at
Liverpool prices here dropped to a new
low record for the season. Late In the
day much of tha loss was rrgnlncd on
reports from New York that considerable
quantities of wheat had been taken there
for export. December opened unchanged
to '^c lower at 72%072?ic, sold off to 72>4c
and closed '^c lower at 72%e.
The corn market was weak the greater
part of the day. December closed a shade
lower at 42% c.
Oats were depressed early in the day,
but later became steadier. December
closed a sh.-ide off at 30% c.
Provisions were barely strfidy. At the
close January pork was 7',£c lower and
lard and ribs were ench down 2'^c.
Market Ranges
Wheat — September, GD%l&7oc; December,
72% c; May, 'iG&(&77c.
Corn— September, 17%; December, 42%;
May, 43V451 «y 8 .
Oats— September, 29% c; December, 30% c:
May, 32% c.
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour, barely steady; No. 2 spring
wheat. 72rrt"lV4e; No. 3, (i9@7l> / 4c; No. 2
red, «i%(fj72c; No. 2 corn, 49; No. 2 yellow,
WisisOc; No. 2 oats. 30V4c; No. 2 white,
30V4W33c; No. 3 white, 31Vfe<F(32%c; No. 2
rye, srtV4c; fair to choice malting, 42&18 c;
No. 1 Haxseed, $1.04,4; No. 1 Northwestern,
$1.09; prime timothy seed. $3.95<?f4.05; clo
ver contract grades, $12.00; short ribs,
sides (looHe), $.S.(iD(?JB.7S; mess pork, per
bbl., $10.78; lard, per 100 lbs.. $B.G"Vi: short
short clear sides (boxed), $8.87^(59.00;
whisky basis of high wines. $1.29.
Receipts Shipments
Hour, bbls liO.loo 22.200
Wheat, bu 14K.000 137.000
Corn, bu. 631.000 237.C00
Oats, bu 474.0(10 247,900
Hye, bu fi.ooo
Barley, bu *42,900 7,500
Cereals of the World
NEW YORK, Sept. fi.— Sugar, raw,
firm; fair rennlng, S'^iflS'^c; centrifugal,
!Hi test 4c; molasses sugar, 3'/i@3Vic; re
fined steady crushed, $5. G0; powdered,
$5.00; granulated, $4.90. Coffee, spot Rio,
steady; mildl steady; futures. 30<540 points
higher; September, $«.25©'0.30; December,
$6.301((i.55: May, $G.7o#ti.9fl; July, $(i.50(f|6.95.
TACOMA. Sept. 6.— Wheat unchanged;
bluestem, 68c; club, CSc; red, 63c.
Portland. Sept. 6.— Wheat club, 64c;
bluestem, fi7c; valley, (iß<gl>Be; red, 62c.
LIVERPOOL, Sept. 6.— Close: Wheat.
September 6s, l^d; December 6s, 2Vfcd;
March, nominal.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 6,-Wheat,
weak; December, $1.22; cash, $1.30. Bar
ley, easy; December, $1.00V4;- cash. $1.05.
Corn, quiet; large yellow, [email protected]. .
NEW YORK, Sept. 6.— Wheat, suot,
firm; options, H&Vfco higher; September,
17% c; December, 80% c; May, 83V40.
< » >
SECRETARY SHAW'S PLANS
Government Order Issued to Facilitate
the Importation of Gold.
Small Relief
NEW YORK. Bept. 6— An opening call
loan rate of 20 per vent at the stock ex
change showed lesß relief from the
money stringency than was hoped for
among stock operators as the result of
the treasury department's order to fa
cilitate gold imports. As the measure
Is made effective only for next Monday,
it does not offer means for an Immediate
addition to bank resources. The uhhui-
ance of future facilities, however, was
expected to Induce a greater freedom In
extending credits. Stocks opened higher,
stimulated by the news of the treasury
order, but were affected by realizing sales
and by the high rate maintained for
money.
Banker* Interested In Secretary Shaw's
gold importation order made Inquiries at
the Bub-treasury today as to whether
or not the order applied to importations
of gold from Australia. In the absence
of definite Instructions the Inquiries were
referred to the treasury department at
Washington.
The sub-treasury today transferred
1900,000 to Baa Fr&nclscq by telegraph.
I SAVINGS. BANKS
4 per' cent paid on term and 3 per cent oh ordinary savings
deposits. Loans on real estate.
German-American Savings Bank Capital and Surplus,
9?? c fi c • \, $800,000.00.
223 South Sprincr St. * '^V
Branch-Main and First Sts.
Southern Caifornia Savings Bank w. g. Kerckhoff, Pres.
er r „ , . c . J- H. Braly, Vice Pres.
S. E. Cor. l'ourth and Spring, \y. D. Woolwine V Pres
Union Trust Building. Chas. H. Toll, Cashier.
Security Savings Bank Ca J-^ 1 n^ c^ Snrplus>
N. E. Cor. Fourth and Spring, .Total assets,
Herman W. Hellman Bldg. $16,000,000.00.
Clearing House Banks
: : .■
JVAML3 • OFFICEIIS ' >
R roadway BTiik& Trust Company I^^^^ ~
• I - J 30S-310 Bdwy. Bradbury I3ldg. Capital, $250,000; Surplus-Und. Profits $150 000
Rational Bank of California 6^^^-
*-~ N. E. Cor. Second and Spring. Capital. <SOO,000; Surplusand Profits $'50 000
otate BTSST&Trust Compaoy i? l^^^"^^^^^
'- J N. W. Cor. Second and Spring. Capital. $500,000; Surplus and Profits. $60.000.
Citizen*' National Bank R - J - WATERS. Pres. " ' L~~:L ~~ :
mzens i\ationai r»anK A 3 vvaters. cashier.
S. W. Cor. 3rd and Main Capital. $300,000; Surplus jand Proflta $325 000
Qentral Bank ' t^^n^^cll^. '~^
N. E. Cor. Fourth & Broadway. Capital, $100,000; Surplus and Profits, $100,000.
rphe National" Bank orCommerce F M DOUGLABg> p^~ '
.■*■ IN LOS ANGELES. CHARLES WING, Cashier.
N. W. Cor. Sixth and Spring. r___Capltal, $200,001); Surplus $">0 000
Tjnited States National Bank £
< - y B. E. Cor. Maln_& Commercial. Capital. $200,000; surplus and Profits $50 000
pommerciai National Bank l^i^ifJ^i^gSh'iSSS '
423 South Spring. ' Capital, $200,000; Surplus and Profits. $24,00».
parmers & Merchants National Bank
■*■ Cor. Fourth and Main. Capital, $1,500,000; Surplus and Profits. $1.475.000.
F\ra* Matinn'ai Rank J. M. ELLIOTT, Pres. i"
irsi INaXlonai XJanK w T g HAMMOND. Cashier
S. E. Cor. Second and Spring. Cnr>"-.1 Stock, $1,250,000; Surplus, $250,000.
• Undivided Profits. $1,187,747,01.
prrhantu National Bank H ' w - HELLMAN, Prcs,- •
ercnants wauonaj. rsanx w H hoi.liuay. Cashier.
N. E. Cor. Second and Main. Capital, $200.000; Surplus nnd Profits. $350,000.
Am«»riran National Bank ' w - F ' BOfSFOKD, Pres.
mencan ixaiiondt oanK T w phelps. Cashier
B. W. Cor. Second & Broadway. Capital, $1.. 000,000; Surplus nnd Profits. $75,000
Chicago Live Stock
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, Sept. a— Cattle receipts 75.
000 strong; beeves. [email protected]; cows and
heifers, [email protected]; stock. ts and feeders,
*2.WW(4.33; western. }[email protected]; calves. $5.60
©7.75:
Hogs-Receipts 20,000; 6®loc higher;
mixed and butchers, $5.7©@6.40; good
heavy, 16.85^8.25; rough heavy, 15.30^5. 65;
light, [email protected]; pigs, 55.201QU.15; bulk. $5.80
©6.20.
Sheep— Receipts 24.000. strong; sheep,
|3.60<i#.65; lambs. >4.75(jj5.90.
Famous Win* House Burns
NEW YORK, Sept. 6.— A cable dis
patch to the Herald from Bordeaux
pays: The famous Celser wine house
was burned here Wednesday. The
vats exploded and $400,000 worth of
wine flowed Into the street. The pa
pers of the firm were saved.
IM>IM> Writ* for fr«« iOu
1» 11 IL1L 1»"« < I"«*» Infold Tollrl
• • rr r TUaue and literature
naming price ot stock In the company.
Qreateat Industrial enterprise of tha
ace. 60S 11. W. Hellman building.
SOUTIIWKSTEItN SISOUIUTUCS CO,
W. L. Douglas
Celebrated Shoes are lur >ale by
Mammoth Shoe House
810 SOUTH DnOADWAY
Everything you wanv you will find In
the cluHlfled pas*. On* cent m. word.

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