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FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
GREAT LIBRARY
FOR FINANCIERS
MOVEMENT TO OPEN BANKERS'
INSTITUTE
Reference Books on Finance from All
Parts of the World on File— State
Bank and Trust Company
Statement
The last official statement of the State
Bank and Trust company makes this
good showing: Capital stock paid up,
$s(>o,iiOO; protlta and loss, $11,535.48; de
posits, $2,001,100.64; total, $2,512,636.02. As
sets—Loans and discounts, $1,736,578.15;
atocka and bonds, $114,335; real estate,
$31,H16.93; furniture and fixtures, $12,930.85;
expenses, $3632.33; overdrafts, $10 420.50
total available cash, $b02,522.26.
• • •
The seigniorage to the government since
It resumed the purchase of silver bullion
for subsidiary coinage last August has
been $6,558,000.
It will be interesting to bankers all
over the country to learn of the new
project which is going forward with ex
cellent celerity," says the American
Banker. "This is the establishment in
New York of a bankers' institute and li
brary. It is the intention of those who
are assisting in ihe preliminary work of
starting this to collect from all parts of
the earth every work on banking or fin
ance which can be secured, forming them
into a library of the greatest collection of
books on these and kindred subjects In
the world. After patient work and
earnest endeavor It is intended to secure
a sufficiently largo sum to endow the
institute, and to then erect a monument
to the bnnkor.-s of this country in the
shape of a btillriinK which will be worthy
their standing and for the use of every
banker in the country. At present there
is really no official meeting place for
these men who form the most prominent
as well as the most Important branch of
our country's professional industry."
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET
Wheat Crosses the Dollar Mark Fol.
lowing Sensational Buying'
Movement
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, May Wheat today on
the board of trade crossed the dollar
mark. Both the September and Decem
ber options passed that figure at the
opening of the day's trading amidst the
wildest confusion. Despite reactions
throughout the day, caused by heavy
selling for profit, the market closed
strong and with the demand apparently
unabated. Final quotations found the
July option up 4c at 95%&95^;c. The Sep
tember option was 4c higher at 97% c; De
cember was up 4%c at S)9%c.
July corn was 14j<l%c higher. Oats were
up %@%c. Provisions were 7%c lower to
3_%c higher.
The opening this npornlng was the most
sensational known in the history of the
organization. ■- The buying movement
started by bidders last week was more
vigorous than ever today. Brokers
were piled high with orders to buy wheat
at the market Irrespective of prices. ! The
curb at Minneapolis was higher and -It
was evident to all that prices would
move upward with I a bound as soon as
the gong sounded. The group of traders,
however, did not look for any such open
ing as occurred.
The market closed strong. July wheat
opened I%®l^ to lU@l%c higher at 93©
!>4c, sold between 93c and 97c and closed
4 c higher at 95^@95%c. September wheat
opened 1%@5%c higher at 95®99c, sold be
tween 95c and $1.01%, and closed 4c higher
nt 97% p. December opened l%S?2c higher.
MONEY TO LOAM
":.■■■ Easy. Money
.MONEY. MONEY. MONEY.
Any salaried employe or wage earner
can «ret from us, just on his note— •; .
: \: . ■ Mnly. 8. Wkly.. Week
»SO-Return to u5.. 513.35 M.65 ~. J3.55
S3O-Retum to us.. 8.00 4.00 2.01
?16-Return to us.. 4.00 8.00 1.09
Or any sum In proportion.
THE CRESCENT LOAN CO.
/ 700 Lankershlm building. ;
.WE MAKE LOANS ON FURNITURE,
pianos, horses, wagons, carriages, cat-
; tle, etc., without removal from your
possession. . . .
Loans also made to salaried per-
sons on plain note without tndorser or
publicity. Lowest rate» In town.
V FIDELITY LOAN CO..
•"•;■"■'■:■.■ 629 Mason building.
26 W. Fourth street, cor. Broadway.
Home phone 7421. Broadway 5171.
CASH CONFIDENTIALLY LOANED TO
salaried persons on note, without se-
curity, without employer's knowledge
and without indorsers; easy payments,
positively lowest rates. Hours 10:30 to
B:SO. COMMERCIAL DISCOUNT CO..
62E-629 Chamber of Commerce bldg.
MONEY TO — THOMAS S. WAD -
WORTH, 319 & 320 Douglas bldg.,
' will lend money on city or county
._ real estate.
TO JEWELRY LOAN CO., ON
diamonds. Jewelry, etc. 328% SOUTH
PTtTNO ST Rnnm 12 •
CHURCH NOTICES
CHRIST CHURCH — CORNBR~II2TH
and Flower. Rev. Baker P. Lee, rec-
tor. Sunday services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m.; early celebration holy com-
munion on third Sunday and Saints'
day, at 7:30 a. m. Strangers espec-
ially invited. University cars pass
the door. Those desiring telephone
connections for "shut-ins" telephone
7912. Church physician at the church
every morning from 8:30 to 9:30. Ser-
vices and modlclne free to all. Church
open dally for private prayer from 8
a. m. until B p. in.
SECOND CHURCH OF CHRIST, SCIEN-
• tlst — Simpson auditorium, 734 S. Hope
street. Services Sunday 11 a. m. and
8 p. m.; sermon from the Christian
Science quarterly. Subject, "Soul and
Body." Children's Sunday school 9:30
a. m. Wednesday evening meeting at
8 o'clock. Reading rooms, 510-611
Herman W. Hellman bldg., Spring
■ and Fourth sts., open dally, Sundays
1 excepted, from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.
FIRST CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH.
Hope street, near Ninth. Seats free.
Rev. Wm. H. Day. D. D., pastor; Rev.
Warren F. Day. D. D.. pastor emeri-
tug; Harry Clifford Lott. choir master;
Dean Walter F. Bkeele. organist-
Morning service. 11 o'clock; evening
.» services, 7:30. : -_j
INDO-AMEKICAN LEAGUE MEETS
at hall 4, 617 S. Bdway., every Friday
. 2:30. "TTnrevenled Conditions In India."
•, J'-" QROCERI_B ■ .'
~«~~»~__v__-_; &5
A. S. FIRSICH'S GROCERY. FORMER-
: Iy at 828 W. 6th St., la now looated at
,'•34 W. • Pico st. • Goods always the
■'.: best at right price*. Prompt deliv-
ery. Both phones. , .
CARLOAD SHIPMENTS
OF CITRUS FRUITS
■•■ Shipment* of ornngeN nnd lent- <{>
<§> on) from Los Angelen Friday, Mar <$>
•-■ 10, reported by the California ••■
■•• Fruit Growers' exchange, were <§>
<;> 120 carloads of oranges and 18 <§>
•> carloads of lemons. <§>
<•> Total to date there were shipped <$>
■•■ 18,602 carloads, of which 1783 cars ■•-
<3> were lemon*. , VC', ■ -; <$>
<$> Last season to date there were <•>
■•■ shipped 19,203 carloads, of which >•>
<•> 201- were lemons. <$>
<S><3> <S> <§> 3> <$> <$> <S><S><s> <$><g><s><S>
at 96% cto $1.03, sold between those two
points and closed 4%c higher, at 89% c.
Trading in the corn pit was active and
lnI In large volume. The market was strong
throughout, but tne advance was largely
ln sympathy with wheat. Shorts were
active buyers and commission houses the
best sellers The close was strong. July
corn opened %@l%c higher at 62@58c, held
within the opening range all day and
closed l@l%c higher at 62%@52%c.
The tremendous upturn in wheat im
parted strength to the oats market. July
opened %c higher at 45c, sold between
4 5%@45%c and closed l ,iSj*se higher at
(£44:?4c.( £ 44: ? 4c.
Packers were constant sellers of pro
visions all day. At the close July pork
was 7%c lower, lard was up 12% c, and
ribs were 5c higher.
Market Ranges
Wheat— May. . 93<4c: July,. 95%@96%c;
Sept. 97% c; Dec. 99% c. ~
Corn— May, 82% c; July, 52»4@52%c; Sept.
5 2%(&52%c. . ■.;»-.
Oats— May, 45% c; July, 44%@44%c; Sept.
3 7% c.
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour, strong; No. 2 spring wheat, 9Sc(S>
$1.00; No. 3, 90c@$1.00; No. 2 red, 92y ®
9 4% c; No. 2 corn, a2(,i& u^%c; No. 2 yellow,
6 2<868!4c; No. 2 oats, 45% c; No. 2 white,
4 5V2@46c; No. 3 white. 42%@45%c; No. 2
i ye, 78(5)79c; fair to choice malting bar
ley. 81@83c; No. 1 flaxseed, $1.21; No. 1
northwestern, $1.28; prime timothy seed,
$4.30; clover, contract grades, $15.00; short
ribs, sides, loose, $8.87%(g9.12%; mess
pork, per bbl, [email protected]%; Inrd, per 100
lbs, $9.37%; short clear sides, boxed,
$!).15%(??9.37%; whisky, basis of high wines
5 1.29. ■
Articles— Receipts. Shpmts.
Flour, bbls 21,200 57,300
Wheat, bush 35,600 10,400
Corn, bush 31,900 236,20')
Oats, bush 442,900 272,800
Rye. bush 3,000 6,000
Barley, bush 40,300 7,400
LIVERPOOL, May 13. Close— Wheat:
May, 7s l%d; July, 7s %d; Septemebr,
l%d.
SAN FRANCISCO. May Wheat,
strong; May, $1.45; December, $1.53 bid;
cash, $1.45.
Barley, strong; May, $1.27; Decem
ber, $1.30; cash, $1.23%. .i''.«i,
Corn, strong; large yellow, $1.50®
1 .65.
NEW YORK, May 13. — Following a
sensational advance in Liverpool this
morning the wheat mnrkot here became
excited and Jumped over four cents a
bushel on heavy speculative buying,
mostly for outside account. Sharp re
actions occurred after midday on real
izing, but bull crop news from Ne
braska and Russia caused a later rally.
The close showed 3%<fi>3%c net rise as
follows: May, $1.02% July, $1.02%; Sep
tember, $1.03 I ,i; December, $1.06%.
MINING QUOTATIONS'
San Francisco mining exchange quota
tions furnished by Ernest Kennedy &
Co., 128 West Sixth street, Los Angeles,
May 13:
lOpenlng. | Close.
|Bid.|Ask|Bld.|A3k
I Sales
Adams
Atlanta
Blue Bell
Blue Bull
Blk. Butte 80n...
Blk. Butte Ex....
Butte Goldfleld....
Columbia Mtn
Columbia Ex
Com. Fraction
Commonwealth ..
Conqueror
Daisy
Daisy Ex
Dt Blk Butte Con
Dixie
Empire
Esmeralda
Gx-eat Bend
Goldfleld Con
Jumbo
Jumbo Ex
Kendall
Laguna
Mllltown M. C 0...
Mohawk
Mohawk Ex
Potlatch
Eed Top
Red Top Ex
Sandstorm
Silver Pick
Silver Pic* Ex
St. Ives
Triangle
Booth
BULLFR
1 5
6
1 9
8 5
9
>6
6 9
5
2 8
1 3
1 50
4
3 0
8
1 3
2 0
8 0
6 87%
1 6
6 7
2 0
3 6
1 0
1 2
9
I-
|3Bo
1 5
1 62%
6
3 1
9
"
83
700
410
185
35
150
40
1525
15
l IS
6
1 9
3 4
9
1
8
6 7
5
3 60 ■
2 8
1 3
1 50
4
3 0
8
1 3
2 0
7 9
6 87%
16
U7
20
35
10
12
9
69
365
i
1 52%
6
3 1
9
-
SO
700
410
185
35
150
40
1525
15
2 00
WOO
■Mm
two
1 666
1500
'ioo
180
34
180
34
iooo
-I
..
.I
-
2500
i
40
1 4
4 3
3
5
84
5
105
tio
410
35
60
85
3
58
81
6
107%
27
58
410
35
60
85
2666
1250
10
2 8
6 2
O ISI
lio
1 600
60 I
..
OG
■RIC
|Bld.|
Vsk
Ins.
IBid.l
I Clo
Ask|Salss
136. I
Bonnie Clare
Bullfrog Banner..
Bullfrog Daisy
Gold Bar
Golden Scepter ...
Happy Hooligan..
Homestake Con| .
Lige Harris
Mayflower Con ..
Mont. Bullfrog
Montgy. Mtn
Mont. Shos. Ex..
Original Bullfrog.
Stelnway
Tramp Con
Valley View
Yankee Girl
4 2
4
40
41
41!
40
1000
10
75
17
3
7 6
1 9
5
1 00
3
4 2
7
10
?:.
IT
3
76
19
S
1IW)
a
7
3 000
2
4 1
5
hi
1 0
1 2
8
7 1
5
6
16
2
4 0
5
1 6
1 0
1 2
8
7 1
5
6
I ••
i
riw
73
10
8
7:1
10
8
1606
MANHA 1
'TA
USTRICT
Bid. I
ilng. I
Askl
I Close.
Bld.|Ask
Sales
April Pool Ex
Atlantic & Pac.
Double Eagle
Gold Wedge
Man. Broncho ....
M. M. Co., Nev..
Man. Red Top
Man. Standard....
Man. Con
Man. Crescent
Man. Cowboy
Man. Dexter
Man. Little Joe...
Mustang Man ....
Original Man ....
Pine Nut
Seyler Humphrey
Stray Dog
Whale
Yellow Horse
2 3
3 4
1
7
1 12
.8. 8 10
2
2 4
. 70
6
4 5
1 3 ..
2 3
2 0 22
1 6
1 13
7 9
'i '9
5 6
2
3
1
7
1
8
2
2
6
4
I
2
2 0
1 6
1
I
1 5
5
i
4
i 2
10
'•i
TO
s
1000
'i
'too
is
9
'566
'9
6
TONOPAH DISTRICT
lOpenlng. | Close.
|Bfd,|Ask|Bld.|Ask
[Sal« 3
Belmont .., |412%|450 |412* 4SO
California 9 10 9 10
C.ish Boy 8 8 ..
Golden Anchor ..25 26 25 2«
Gold Mountain ... 3 5 3 5
Great Western.... 2 3 2 3
Jim Butler 100 102% 100 102 V*
Mc-Namara 31 35 31 3n
Midway 165 160 lno UiO
Rescue Con 18 19 19 20
Tonopah Ex 290 .. 290
Tono. Home Con. .. 3 .. 3
Tonopah Nev 1700 .. 1700 ..
West End 100 ■■ 100
"ioo
i I Mill
'too
OTHER DISTRICTS
(Opening. | Close.
|Bld.tAak|Bld.|Ask
[Sales
Eagle Nest 1.. .. 25 2fl
Nevada Hills ....420 430 420 425
Lono Star 23 24 24 25 1000
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1907.
GOOSEBERRIES IN
FROM COURTLAND
FIRST CONSIGNMENT SELLING
AT 25 CENTS A POUND
Fractional Advance in Case Count
Eggs — Big Catch of Barracuda at
Catalina for the Local
Market
Owing to the confusion that existed last
week with the tens nf thousands of
strangers In the city the members of the
produce exchange were rushed at top
speed in receiving products - and filling
orders, but the dealers came through in
good style, delivering supplies promptly
to the trade and In other directions' giv
ing Los Angeles a good name as a busi
ness city. It was necessary to postpone
the monthly meeting of the directory of
the exchange until Monday afternoon
when routine and special business re
ceived attention.
The call session of the exchange ■ Mon
day was well attended and several sales
were closed, Including 25 cases of north
ern cheese, 100 bags of Colorado potatoes
and 20 cases of local case count eggs.
Receipts posted for two days showed
comparatively light supply of commodi
ties. ' • • ■ ■
English gooseberries from Courtland ap
peared In the market, this first consign
ment being received by Zalser Bros, Tha
berries sold at 25c a pound.
Cucumbers job at $2.50 a box; peas, I%B>
2%c2 %c a pound; strawberries at 3%®5c a
box; Mexican tomatoes at $2.25 a box and
bunch gooods at varying figures, accord
ing to quality. \
About 25 ■ boxes of barracuda came
from Catallna, where the fishermen found
still water and were successful In provid
ing fresh fish for the local market.
Fruit handlers reported that the army
worm is doing considerable damage to or
anges and lemons.
Quotations on local case count eggs was
advanced from 18c to 18c a dozen. ••''-••-.:
Jobbing prices on hens were fixed at i 5
©16c a pound, broilers at 25c, and old
roosters at 9(310c.
Produce Receipts
Eggs, cases .'....'.... -«Ijj
Butter, pounds ='575
Cheese, pound* "•»"
Onions, sacks -PTm
Potatoes, sacks i.«w
Sweet potatoes, sacks none
Beans, sacks none
Produce Price*
The following official quotations are
established by sales, bids and offers on
the floor of the produce exchange:
EGE G Fresh California ranch, 20% c;
local case count, 18% c. .
BUTTERR — Creamery extras, 47%0;
creamery firsts, 460; dairy, 20c. „ '-'■■_.
HONEY— Water white, 60-lb. cans.
7 % @8e: lightamber, . 7o; „ Honeycomb,
water white. 1-lb. frame. 16c; white, 15
016 c;0 16c; light amber, 14c; beeswax, 27c.
CHEESE— Northern, 17c; storage,
16 c;1 16c; Anchor, large, I 80: Young America,
19 C1 19C Hand. 20c; eastern, singles
19 c1 19c; 'twins, 19c; Cheddars, 16®16%c,
Longhorns. 32c; Daisy, 20c: Swiss im
ported. 32c; Swiss, domestic, 22c; llm-
Evaporated, 1 3 1 3 %c ; sun
dried, 13@13%c; ground. 12% c; Moxi
2^l^ 100 lb|.)-Eari
Colorado. $2.00; Wisconsin Burbanks,
$2.00; Minnesota Burbanks, $2.00
* BEANS (all per 100 lbs.)— Pink No
1 $3 00: No. 2. $1.00; lima, No 1, $4.75.
Lady Washington, No. 1, $3.00; small
white, $3.50; bfaakeye. $fi 00; Garvanzas,
$5 50<5>6.00; German lentils. 12%@15c.
ONIONS (per 100 lbs.)— Novadas.
$3.00: Bermudas, $1.7t: garlic. 7%@10c;
B |ll -B~llefleurs. $1.76: choice,
$1.00; Missouri Pippins, $2.25; -Jona
thans. $2.50 2.75; black twigs. $2.00®
2 25: Colorado York Imperials, $2.25.
C RANBERRIES—S 9.OO a barrel.
BAKERS' FLOUR — of eastern
hard wheat, per bbl., $5.25: blended
wheat, $4.90; eastern, $5.25.
CEREAL Wholesale prices
l i aS O per bbl.. $4.80: Globe flour,
bl $4 80: Silver Star flour, bbl.. $4.40;
XX flour, bbl.. $3.80. Eighth bbls. 20c
per bbl. higher.
Bakers' Flour
Globe flour, bbl., $5.00; eastern graham,
bl., $5.00; eastern whole wheat, bbl.,
$5.00; bakers' Al flour, bbl., $4.70; bakers'
Magnolia flour, bbl., $4.60; eastern rye,
b MEALS AND CEREAL GOODS (per
100 lbs.)— 10 lbs. 25 lbs. 60 lbs.
Al flour $2.90
Pastry flour 270 ..... „...
Graham flour 2.60 $2.55 $2.50
Corn meal. W. & V 2.60 2.65 2.60
Whole wheat flour .... 2.70 2.65 2.60
Rye flour 3-20 3.15 3.10
Cracked wheat 3.40 8.35 S.SO
Parlna 3.40 3.35 8.30
Wheat flakes 1-40
Wheat flakes, 125 lbs 4.00
GRAIN AND FEED (150 lbs.)— Wheat,
No. 1, $1.65; do. 100-lb. sack. No. 1, $1.60;
corn, $1.40; cracked corn, $1.45; feed meal,
$1.50; Bran, heavy, $1.25; rolled barley,
$1 35; oil cake meal, $2.60; seed rye, $1.56;
shorts, $1.40; Egyptian corn, $1.45; white
oats, $1.90.
FRUITS AND BERRlES— Bananas, 60.
CITRUS FKUITS— Lemons, fancy, $2.u0
®NUTS AND DRIED FRUITS (all per
lb )— Almonds, IXL, 19®20c: Ne Plus Ul
tra, 17c; peanuts, California fancy, 8%o;
eastern fancy, 6c; walnuts, California,
bleached, No. 1, 14<g)15c; pecans. Jumbo,
14c extra large, 14% c; Brazils, 14c; rtl
berts, 14c; Mexican pine nuts, 20c; evap
orated apples, per lb., C%c; apricots, 17c;
nectarines, lie; peaches, 12% c; pears, 18o;
plums, lie; raisins, 7(a7%c; seedless mus
cats, 7c; loose muscats, 8fl:8%c
VEGETABLES-Strlng beans, 18c per
lb. ; beets, 65c sack; fancy celery, 65c a
dozen by the crate; evaporated chill, 12%0
lb. ; garlic, 8c lb. ; lettuce, 26c doz. ; peas,
3f(isc lb. ; spinach, 17% c dox. : turnips, 65c
Back; cabbaßf, $1.25 sn'-'c; local Mexican
tomatoes. $1.75(^2.00 crate; cucumbers, $2.50
doz.; green onions, 25@>30c dox.; rhubarb,
$1.85©1.3ri box.
POULTRY— Dealers quote the following
paying prices for live poultry per pound:
Broilers, 1 to ltf.bs. 25c; do, 1% to 2%
lbs., 25c: fryers, under 3 lbs., 22c; roos
ters, 3 lbs. up, 18c; hens, 14c; stags and
old roosters, 8c: turkeys, heavy, 17c; light,
not wanted; ducks, 15c; geese. 12c; squabs,
[email protected] dozen.
Retail Prices
Following prices for leading articles of.
consumption prevail at the Los Angeles
stores:
Butter. 2-lb. roll, fancy $.60
Butter, 2-lb. roll, Poppy X
Cooking butter bO
Eggs, fresh ranch, per dozen 25
Potatoes, fancy. 100 lbs 2.8S
Chicago Live Stock
By Associated Presa.
CHICAGO, May 13. — Cattle — Receipts,
29 000; steady. Beeves, $4.30 @ 6.50;
cows. Jl.Mi'n J . s :• ; heifers, $2.60 @ 5.30;
calves, $1.25 ©8.00; good to prime
steers $5.40(5)6.45; poor to medium.
[email protected]; stockers and feeders, $2.90
(5)5.35.
jogs — Receipts, 4000; steady to shade
lower. Light, $6.40(^)6.60; mixed, $6.35
<rjtt.6O; heavy, $6.15(0)6.50; rough, $6.15
@6.30; pigs. $5.90(96.40; good to choice
heavy, [email protected]%; bulk, $6.50%®
6.57%.
g] iee p — Receipts, 20,000; steady. Na
tives, $4.50(g>6.85; westerns, $4.50(ff 6.75;
yearling:*, $6.75 M 7.65; lambs. $6.50®
8.70; westerns, [email protected]
ORANGES AT AUCTION
IN NEW YORK MARKET
<$> By Associated Press. <&
■•• NEW YORK, Mar 13.— Sixteen <§>
<*> carloads of California oranges and •••
'•> one car of lemons sold here , at <$>
• auction today at the following <$>
<$> prices per box for regular slsesi <•>
'•> Extra fancy navels, $2.30 to <*>
<«> «4-6IV| average, «S.as. - <$
<?> Fancy navels, 92.15 to 04.00 ( ■•■
<•> average, 92.00. <$>
>♦> Bztra choice navels, 92.05 to ■••
■•' $3.70 1 average, 92.75. • ' <$>
■>> Choice navel*, 91.35 to 93.60) #
•$> average, 92.85. <$>
■•■ Bxera' choice lemons, 93.15 to <v
<$> 94.80| average, 94.20. <§>
4 > Choice lemon*, 92.00 to 94.20 j <$>
<$> average, 93.00. ■$>
<*> Fruit In fair to good condition ■•■
<3> mostly. Weather clear and favor- <•>
<§> able. . : !(■":■ <$>
FINANCIAL
LOS ANdELES, May 13.-Bank clear-
Ings were $2,199,202.80, against $2,269,101. V2
for the corresponding day last year, a de
crease of $69,898.92. Following Is a com
parative statement:
1907 1906. 1905.
May 13.... 52,199,202.80 $2,269,101.72 $1,734,737.94
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Official sales— 3ooo Mexican Petroleum at
[email protected] (B. 10); 90 Associated Oil at
$36.0ti©36.37%.
Bank Stocks
Bid. Asked
American National 117%
Broadway Bank & irust Co.. lib ...
Bank of Southern California... lls
Bank of Los Angeles 180
California Savings Mank 122
Central 240
Citizens National 233 275
Commercial National 150
Dollar Savings 140
Kqultable Savings .iauk 165
Farmers & Merchants Nat 1...842 3i2
First National Stamped 420 427
Federal Bank of Los Angeles. 12%
Ulobe Savings Bank 108 111
German American 305 325
Home Say. Bank of L. A 138% 141%
Los Angeles Trust Co 116
Manhattan Savings Bank 126 ...
Merchants Katlona! 460 ...
Merchants Trust Co 97 100%
50 per cent paid up.
National Bank of California.. l 93 223
National Bank of Commerce.. .■. ■ 135
Security Savings Bank 240
State Bank and Trust Co 95 100
Southern Trust Co 7b
United States Natio:i:>l Bank..lstt
Bonds
Bid. Asko-i.
Associated Oil 80 87%
California Pacillc Railway.... 98
Corona City Water Co 93%
Corona Power & Water Co 93
Cucamonga Water Co 100
Edison Electric d Ist rot.. .. 100
Edison Electrio Co. old i3sue .. 107
Home Telephone Co 89 90%
Home Telepnone Co. Ist ref 80
Los Angeles .-..ove Co 99
Los Angeles Traction 6s 109%
Los Angeles Traction 5s 99% ...
Los Angeles Electric 95 ...
Mission Trans. & R. Co 92%
Mt. Lowe Railway Co 85 99
Pacific Light & Power C 0.... 88 102
Pacific Electric Railway Co 112
Pasadena H T & T Co 81%
Pomona Con. Water Co 94
Riverside H T & T Co 75 85
Riverside Light & F. Co 98
Santa Monica H T & T Co.. .. 80
San Die»o H T & T Co
Santa Barbara Klec. Rwy Hi
Seaside Water Co 102
Temeseal Water Co *.. .. 96
United Elec. ti. &P. Co ?..IOOH
Union Transportation 93%
U S Long Distance 86%
Vlsalia Water Co 95
Whlttler H T & 'i' Co 75
Miscellaneous Stocks
Bid. Anked.
Edison Electric pfd 88.50
Edison Electric com 69.00 74.00
Home Telephone pfd 60.00 62.00
Home Telephone com 23.00 26.00
L. A. Athletic Club 10.76
L. A. Investment Co 1.90 1.95
L. A. Jockey Club 65.00
Occidental L. Ins. Co 131.00
Pacific Mutual Ins. Co 200.00
Pasadena H T & T Co 33.00
S. Monica H T & T C 0.... 8.60 11.00
San Diego H T & T Co.. 25.00
Sun Drug Co 1.00
Seaside Water Co 90.00 IJO.OO
Title G. & Tr. Co. pfd 160.00
Title I & T Co pfd 146.00 ... .
Title I & T Co com 146.00
Title I & T Co ser. C 148.00
USLDT&TCo pfd 52.00
Union Trust & Title Co
Whittier H T & T Co 90.00
Oil Stocks
Bid. Asked
Amalgamated Oil 80.00
Associated Oil 36.00 36 50
Brookshlre Oil 2.85 8.10
Central 1.12 1.15
Columbia 71 .78%
Continental 16% .20
Fullerton Con 90
Fullerton Oil 60 .75
Globe 14 .16%
Home (Whittier) 1.00
Mexican Petroleum 1.3' 1.34
Ollnda Land Co 15 .17
New Ponn. Pet. Co 1.74 1.80
Final Oil Co 19.00 25.00
Flru Oil & Land Co 05
Reed Crude 16 .20
Rice Ranch Oil 2.65 3.00
Union 206.00
Union Provident Co 206.50
United Petroleum 367.50
Western Union 398.00 600.00
DAILY MINING CALL
Official sales— 2ooo Con. Mines at l%c;
3000 Searchlight Western at (iiSSUc; 1000 at
6%c (B. 30); 1000 Col. Hills M. Co. at 3%c.
CALIFORNIA
(Greenwater district.)
Bid. Asked.
Eutte & Greenwater 1.02 1.25
Clark Copper Co 16 .18%
Furnace Valley Copper (n> .13
Cal. Hills M. Co n:j .03%
Con. Mines Co 35
NEVADA
(Fairvlew district).
Falrview Central 07 .15
(Uoldtield district.)
Goldfield Con. Mines 6.50 7.25
Goldfleld Wild Horse 06 .12%
(Johnnie district. Nya county.)
Johnnie Con. G. M. Co 10% .IH4
Mohawk Johnnie .20
(Searchlight district.)
Cyrus Noble 04V4 .06%
Eldorado Can. M. & M. Co.. .01% .01%
Gold Coin .27%
New Era .02
Nevada Searchlight 03% .08%
Searchlight M & M Co .88
Searchlight Parallel 03% .05
Searchlight Western 06% .ou%
(Tonopah district.)
Belmont 3.50
OREGON
Joseph Ball Copper 50
Sugar and Coffee
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, May 13.— Sugar— Raw,
firm; fair refining, 3.37 c; centrifugal 96
test, 3.87 c; molasses sugar, 3%c. Re
fined, firm; crushed, 5.10 c; powdered,
5.00 c; granulated, 4.90 c.
Coffee, steady; No. 7 Rio, 6%c; No. 4
Santos, 7%c.
NEW YORK, May 13.— Coffee futures
closed steady, net unchanged to 5 points
higher. Sales were reported of 17,500
bags, Including: May. $5.55; July, $5.40;
September, $5.30©5.35; December, $5.30
(8)6.36; February, $5.40; March, $5.40®
5.45.
Spot coffee, quiet; No. 7 Rio, 6%c; No.
4 Snntos, 7%c; mild, quiet; Cordova, 9
@12V4c.
Butter, Eggs and Cheese
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, May 13.— Fancy
creamery butter, 22c; seconds, iile; fancy
dairy, 21%0. Eastern cheese, 12c; Younrf
America. 13%@14c. Ranch eggs, 20c; alor.i
esKS. 16®)lS%c.
CHICAGO, May IS.— On the produce ex
change toda,y the butter market was
n«ik; creameries, 18<?i):!3e: dairies, 17@21«
Eggs, weak at mark, cases included,
15% c; firsts. 15c; prime firsts, 16c. Cheese,
steady, 14@15c.
RISE IN WHEAT
AFFECTS STOCKS
RUNAWAY MARKET CAUSES A
SETBACK
Canadian Pacific's Decline Reflects
Uneasiness Over Backward Seed
ing Time in the Northwest.
Bonds Irregular
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, May 13.— The runaway
wheat market caused a monpntary set
back to stocks today, prices yielding
most of the opening gains In the course
of the first hour. The market gathered
force, hut the volume of business fell
away to almost nothing. Speculative
Interests seemed to be almost wholly
diverted on the stock market for the
The strong undertone In eplto of this
total neglect was very notable. Some
special effect was produced on Atchi
son by the excited rise In wheat and
Canadian Pacific's decline seems to re
flect uneasiness over tho hnekwnrrt
seeding season in the Canadian north
west. Elsewhere the Influence of the
wheat price movement was confined
mostly to a wiping out of the early ad-
Va Tho S 'top level of prices was touched
after the sensational opening auota
tlons for wheat were received. Jn o
sentiment of the securities market
seemed to be to attnch confkleraWo
weight to the ™ n t rlbutln ,3, t V au3 / !B f£!
the strength in wheat in addition to the
present condition of the western wheat
"Damage to foreign crops Is given its
part In the strength of wheat and In
making better prices for our own crop.
The largest reserves In farmers hands,
according to the government statistics
gives promise of handsome profits to
offset deficiencies of this years crop
The argument was heard also that tne
cry of dollar wheat' which swept the
market today will stimulate by every
effort to Increase the sale of spring
wheat There Is nonic skepticism felt
over the reports of crop damage as to
the extent of the harm done.
The undertone of strength In tne
stock market, however, was due to an
important extent to sympathy with the
strength in Union Pacific. That stocks
rising tendency is variously attributed
to tho better opinion of the financial
plan announced last week, or to in
some support to hold up the price of
the stock and also add to the attrac
tiveness of the offer of convertible
bonds. Beading was a seconding in
fluence to the sustaining effect or
Union Pacific.
Covering operations by an outstand
ing short interest were given credit for
the rise in that stock. American
Smelting showed some depression
owing to rumors denying former re
ports that the dividend rate on the
stock was to be advanced. United
States Steel also was heavy.
The controversy over defective steel
rails started by the Southern Pacific
authorities was a decided advantage to
the United States Steel stocks. Money
markets were quotably firmer abroad
and the firm tone was maintained here
also. Paris was again buying gold In
the London market and took $1,250,000
of the $3,000,000 In spite of the advance
in Bank of England's bid for the
supply.
A withdrawal of over a million dol
lars from the Bank of England also
went to France. Money markets are
reflecting to some extent the expecta
tion of further large borrowings, es
pecially by American railroads. The
Increasing premium on New York ex
change at Chicago indicates the prog
ress of remittances from that center.
Union Pacific and Reading were the
principal features In the strong close.
Bonds were irregular. Total sales,
par value, $1,136,000.
United States bonds were unchanged
on call.
New York Stocks
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK. May 13. — following
were the official quotations on . the
stock exchange today:
Clos-
Hlgh- Low- Ing
Sales. > est. est. Bid.
Adams Ex .... 276
5 2,400 Amal Cop 95 93% 95
3 00 Am C & Fdy.. 37% 37 38
do pfd 99 H
1 ,600 Am Cot 0i1... 31% 30% 30%
do pfd 90
Am Ex 202
Am H & L. pd 20%
1 00 Am Ice 71% 71% 71%
do pfd .... 13
2 00 Am Lin 0i1... 13& 13 13
do pfd 26%
2 00 Am Locomo... 61% 61% 61%
do pfd 106
2 7,400 Am Smol & R. 129% 127% 129%
do pfd 107%
2 ,000 Am Sugf . .126% 124% 126%
2 00 Am Tob p c. . 93% 93 92%
5 ,400 Ana Mm C 0... 63% 63% 63%
1 2,200 Atchison 91% 89% 91%
do pfd 95%
Atlantic CL 100
1 ,200 B & 0 99 98 98%
" do pfd 88
2 .400 Brook It T.... 59% 68% 59
1 ,800 Can Pac 174% 173% 174%
1 00 Cent of N J... 183 183 180
3 00 Ches & Ohio.. 40% 40% 40%
1 00 Chi G W 11 11 11
6,7006 ,700 Chi & N W...155% 153% 165%
1 0,300 C M & St P...134% 132% 134%
Chi Term & T 5
do pfd 18
1001 00 CCC &St L... 71% 71% 70%
. 300 Col F& I 34% 33% 34%
4004 00 Col & South. 25% 25 24%
do Ist pfd 59
do 2d pfd 44%
Consol Gas.. 132
. 300 Corn Pro 19 19 18%
1 00 do pfd 76 ■ 76 75 .
1,5001 ,500 Del & Hud 180% 179 180 1
Del L. & W 468 /V
2002 00 Den & R G... 28% 28% 28 < x
do pfc< 72,%
2002 00 Distill Sec 68% 68% 68%
1,0001 ,000 Erie 23% 23% 24
do Ist pfd.. 55
do 2d pfd 191
8008 00 Gen Elect 147 146 146%
1l Central 143
Inter Paper 13%
do pfd 72
Inter Pup 27 •
do pfd 15
lowa Cent 1874
7007 00 do pfd 39 37 39
2002 00 X C South 24% 24% 24%
1001 00 do pfd .-. 53% 63% 69
6006 00 L & N 177 177 177
1001 00 Mcx Cent 21% 21% 21
1001 00 Minn & St L. . 50 50 40
MStP&SItStM 101
.. do pfd 132%
v 7OOv 700 Mo Pac 74 Vi 74 74
9009 00 M X & T 36 35% 36%
do pfd «4%
"400 Nat Lead 63% 62% 63%
N RR of M pd 62
6,2006 ,200 N V Cent 115% 114 115
..... NY On* & W. 37.
Norfolk & W. .... 77
..... do pfd.. .... 82
North Am 73
1001 00 Pac Mall 26 26 26
.13,800. 13,800 Pennsylvania 124 122% 123
3003 00 People's Gas.. 92 91% 91%
..... CC &St U.. 70
Press S Car 34%
. do pfd 91%
Pullman PC 165
168,4001 68,400 Reading .....110% 107% 110%
.... do Ist pfd 84%
■ do 2d pfd 80
" 200 Repub Steel.. 26% 26% 27
. do pfd • •••• 85
" 300 RI Co 21% 21% 21%
1001 00 do pfd 47 47 47
4004 00 StL &SF2 pd 33 32% 32%
. St LS W .... 20%
do pfd.' 65 '
2 8,600 South Pac... 85 84 \ 84%
4004 00 do pfd 116 114 114%
6006 00 South Ry 21% 21 21
6006 00 do pfd 66% 66 66 -
1001 00 TennC & 1... 147% 147% 147%
7007 00 Tex & Pac... 29% 29 28%
1001 00 Tol St 1.. &W. 29% 29% 29%
1001 00 ■ do pfd......«53% 53%. 53%
128,7001 28,700 Union. Pac... .148% 145%. 148%
:. do pfd .......... .... 90 .
„ US Ex......; ...." .... 96
Clearing House Banks
NAME ' OFFICERS
Merchants National Bank MA."co H«LEMAN^ca_hi.r:
N. K. cor. Second and Main. Burtlr.; «nd profits. $400,000.
American National Bank ""^""S^^D^cf^^fp^
*■ 8. W. cor. Second and B'dway. Capital. $1.000.000; a irplug and Profits, $_C,0O» •-,
National Bank of California - . kl ROo"Rfl, R ca.h; r erf ' -
■*■" N. E. cor. Second it Spring. Capital. tSOO.OOO; Burpluii.Undlvlded Profit-. $190,000.
tate Bank & Trust Company , "Tp^zoMßß^oShfcr? 1 * - :
*■* N. W. cor. Second and Spring. Capital $500,000; Surplus and Profltg. $80.000 -,
Citizens National Bank £j : Ser. \. •■,
S. W. cor. Third and Main. Capital, $300,000; Surplus and Profits, $325,000 «r
.-x_.i Par.!, WILLIAM MEAD, i*reg.
entral Bank w. c rgin. Cashier. m •_. ,
N. B. cor. 4th & Broadway Capital. $10O.O0Oi Burping and Profits. $128,00n
/phe National Bank of Commerce, UC EwiNb, P cihier.
B r.lSaffßprln«. Capital. $200.000; Surplug, $20,0W
United States National Bank £ "mith. a &-SIS" V ™'^
B. E. co:. Main & Commercial. Capital. 1200.000; -urplug and Profits $80,000
Farmers & Merchants National Bank ch aB. sbtlbr?' CwSUr . *
Corner Fourth and Main. Capital. $1,600,000; Surplug and Profits. $1,600,000 ■
C~mmerdal National Bank c'^FLiNT.^h^r' 8 " ' ;A-e; A-e
423 South Spring. ' Capital. $200,000; Surplus and Profitg. $32.000-
First National Bank •■•■. l almond"' ciuhier. ,
Capital Stock, $1,260,000; Surplus, $250,000.
S. B. ior. Second and Spring. Undivided Profits, $1.187.747.01.
groadway Bank & Trust Company., gtg^jgfgSSif*- flnm ].
•***' 30S-310 B'dway. Bradbury bldg. Capital, $250.000; Surplus-Und. Profits. $150.009. ;:■
a fifa
P ' Savings -Banks ' ■.■■■ ■•■'■- ■: -
495 INTEREST PAID OS TERM DEPOSITS. V
TOk INTEREST PAID ON "ORDINARY" SAVINGS DEPOSITS ..'';!>';
Savings Deposits In Savings nnnfcM Are .
.'."': Exempt from Taxation to the Depositor. ■' . .
. C _..'_t*.;- C«..V-'_i' D,«l OAPITAI. AWD " ; S_'ll_*_iOT,-' r%
Security Savings Bank $700,000.00
N. E. Corner Fourth and Spring Sts. TOTAL ASSETS ,
Herman W. Hellman Building. ] »17,000,000.00 ' ■'■ ' --: -•■:'■
Southern California Savings Bank CAPITA Uo,ro.oo 9URPI ' 17 ' l
Southeast Corner Fourth and Spring. ASSETS
. , Union Trust Bids;. ; »8,000,000.00
German-American Savings Bank CAPITA VoZ.r RPI ' 119
23 South Spring Street. ASSETS .. :mM
9 Corner Main and First Sts. (Branch) t10.r.n0.000 HHi
Members Coldfield Stock Exchange
Goldfield and Nevada Stocks '
Mining Stocks and Mines
Real Estate
Ernest Kennedy <& Co.
128 West Sixth Street
E. S. Tombllrt " OFFICES Telephones Homo Al 670 "
C. A. StUson, Mgrs. Coldfleld and Manhattan Sunset Bdwy. 1370
■r Jm _-_-^-rT_r^^\^_l_T^*llK-l'j-Nl*-ffA-li---l"l-i IW
ASK THE BROWN SECURITIES COMPANY
;...■- 610 ISAIAS W. BELLMAN BUILDING. ' ; /
IT Itl
ABOUT PACIFIC EXPLORATION STOCK good
ADTUIIP «**l ITACAM /V> Gllt edge properties ONLY. Nevada,
-HklX 1 nV/JV V*_- Jl>/__»V/iN \a\J. Arizona and Mexican stocks and mines
MINING BROKERS for sale. Write or call for our "Facts
and Figures About Mining." 235 H. W. Hellman Building. ■.
100 IT S Realty... 65 65 65
100 U S Rubber... 40 40 40
do pfd 100%
17,600 U S Steel 37% 36% 37%
1,500 do pfd 100 100 100%
Va Car Chem 17
do pfd 103%
100 Wabash 13% 13% 13%
100 do pfd 26 26 25
Wells F Ex 260
200 West E1ect... 146 145% 145
West Union 82%
Wheel & L E 11
100 Wls Cent 17 17 16
do pfd 37
2,900 Nor Pac 134% 134% 134%
Cent Lea 28
do pfd 96%
900 Sloss Sheff... 59% 58% 59%
6,800 Gt Nor pfd 135% 133% 135%
300 Inter Met 22% 22% 22%
1,000 do pfd 57 56% 57
Total sales for the day 517,200 shares.
New York Bonds
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, May 13.— The following
■were the closing prices for bonds today:
U S rfd 2s reg.lo4 Jap 6s 2d srs.... 98%
do coup 104 do 4s ctfs 84%
do 3s reg 102 do 4%s ctfs .... 92%
do coup 102 do 2d srs 92
do old 4s reg.lol',4 L & N 4s 100%
do coup 1U1"4 Manhat gold 45. 100
do new 4s rg.129% Mcx Cent 4s 80
do coup 12"J% do Ist mc 22
Am Tob 4s 73 M & St L 4s 90
do 6s 106% M X & T 4s 98%
Atch gen 45.... 77 do 3ds S4Vi
do adj 4s 82% Nat Ry Mox 4s. 82
Atl C L 4s 95 NYC gen 3%5.. 93%
B & O 4s 100% N J C gen as. ...125
do 3%s 93 Nor Pac 4s 100%
Broook R T 4b. 84 do 3s 71
Cent of Ga 5h..105% N & W 4s 97
do Ist mc S9 Oregon S L 45.. 92%
do 2d Inc 72 Perm 3%s 93
do 3d mc .... GO Read gun 4s .... 96%
C & O 4%s ....101% St L & I M 55.. 10(1%
CB & y*45.... 95 St L& S F 45... 81%
C R 1 P 4s 69 St L & S W 45.. 76
do col as .... 85% Seabd A L 45.... 74%
(•<•(• A StL 45. .101 Sou Pac 4s 88
Col Ind 5s srA (il% do Ist 4s ctfs.. 91%
Colo Mid 45.... iv Sou Ry 5s 101%
Colo & So 4s ..90 Tex & Pac lsts..H3%
Cuba 6s 102% T St L & W 45.. 80
D & R G 45.... 93% Union Pac 4s lOlVk
Dist Sects 55.. 83% U S Steel 2d 55.. 90%
Erlo pr In 45.. !>i> Wahash lsts ....IW%
do gen 4s 81% West Md 4s 76
Hock Val 4%5.100 W & L E 4s 83
jap 6s 98% Wls Cent 4s .... 87
Boston Stocks and Bonds
By Associated Press,
BOSTON. May 13.— Following were offi
cial quotations (or stocks and bonds:
Atch adj 4s .... 90 Bingham ... 18H
do 4s 96V4 Calumet & Hec. B7o
M cx Cent 45... 78 ! Centennial 30
Atchlson .;' 91% Copper Kange .. S3
do pfd 96V4 Daly West ...... 16 '
Boston & Alb. , Franklin 16%,
Boston &' Me.. 67% Granby 134
Boston L 135 . Isle Royale 19
Fitchhg pfd ...131 Mass Mining .... OH
M cx Cent ..... 2VA Michigan -• ">
NYN Y Nil & 11. MS -Mohawk 86
Union Pac ....147% Mont C & C... 8
Am Pn Tube.. SVi-.Old Dom 55
Am Sugar l-ti 1 * Osceola 140
do pta 125 Parrot ...}. 21&
Am T & T....1:UV4 Qulncy 130%
Am W001en. ... 28 Shannon 17%
do pfd 90 • Tamarack .......120
Edison El 111.. 206 Trinity 22%
Mass Klec lbVs , United Copper .. 21*4
do pfd .". fig U S Mining 53
Mass Gas .... K2%. U S Oil 10
United Fruit 400 < Utah 631$
United Shoe«M6sJ4 Victoria .......... ;9vJ
do pfd g$ Wlnona 8
U S Steel ...... mi Wolverine- 161 -
do pfd ...100 North Ruth- .... 91>,4
Adventure 3% Butto Coallildn.. 27
Allouez ......... BWt , Nevada • ;.... 15
Amalgamated.. »<% Calumet & AH.. 178 •
Atlantic 13V4 • A.rls Cornel ...... 26% ,
1
Given Free
Four $100 ahnrea Intrinsically worth
{9300 each, given with each $600 first
mortgage bond of the Colorado Yule
Marblo company. Absolutely safe.
Charles C. Polk
428-0 Merrhnnta Traat Illdg.
I By Associated Press.
Financial Record
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, May 13.— Money on call,
steady; 2%@3 per cent. Ruling rate,
2%; closing bid, 2; offered at 2#3.
Time loans, dull and steady; sixty
days, 4 per cent; ninety days, 4@4 l 4;
six months, 4%.
Prime mercantile paper, 6% per cent.
Sterling exchange, steady with actual
business in bankers' bills at $4.8620®
4.8625 for demand and at [email protected]
for sixty day bills.
Posted rates. $4.84 (ff 4.87.
Commercial bills, $4.83.
Bar silver, 65% c.
Mexican dollars, 50% c.
Government bons, steady; railroads,
irregular.
By Associated Press.
Treasury Statement
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, May 13.— Today's
statement of tho treasury balances in
the general fund shows:
Available cash balance. $255,530,003;
gold coin and bullion, $96,843,355; gold
certificates, $44,912,750.
Credit Balances
OIL CITY, Pa., May 13.— Credit bal
ances, $1.78.
GENERAL FRUIT MARKET
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO. May 13.— Fancy ap
ples. $2.00; common. $1.00; strawberries,
$1.00@10.(10; blackberries, [email protected]; cran
berries, [email protected]; navel oranges, $I.oo®
3.50; Mexican limes, $t;.00<g!8.00; common
California lemonß, $1.50; fancy, $5.00;
bananas, $l.tpur<r2.si(; pineapples, $4.O0#«.0O.
The Metal Market
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, May 13.— The London tin
market was unchanged to 6s higher. Tlu
gain being on spot, which closed at £ldl
15s. Futures were quoted at £187 ss.
Locally the market was quiet but firm
with some manipulation reported as a
result of the strike and difficulties in de
livery. Spot was quoted at J43.70®44.25.
Copper was lower In the London mar
ket with spot quoted at £102 and futures
at £101 ss. Locally the market was un
changed with lake quoted at $24.75026.60:
electrolytic at $24.25®24.76; casting;, $22.76
QU.K.
Lead was unchanged at J6.0056.50 !n
the local market and at £19 15a in Lou
don.
Spelter was unchanged at £25 17a 6d In
London and at J6.4506.55 locally.
Iron locally was unchanged.
Ban Francisco Mining Stocks
SAN FRANCISCO, May 13.— The offi
cial quotations tor mining stocks wen;
Alta 2 Mexican SB
Alpha Con 6 Occidental Con .. 45
Andes 20 Ophlr 205
Best & Belcher.. 90 Overman 8
Caledonia 20 Potoal i«
Chollar 11 Savage 55
Confidence 93 Sag Belcher 4
ion Cal & Vii.. ;r> Sierra Nevada .... id
Ton Imperial .... 2 silver Hill 5*
Crown Point 21 Union Con 48
Exchequer 40 Utah Con 2
Gould & Currle.. 18 Yellow Jacket 75
Hale & Norcroas 48

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