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FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
WALL STREET
IS CAUTIOUS
FEEBLE FLUCTUATIONS MARK
SPECULATION
Japanese Question Regarded Less Se.
rtously, Though Lloyd's Writes
War^Rjsks on Ships Bound
' for Manila
.
By Associated \ Press. »
NEW YORK, j\uly 11. -Yesterday's upset of
the gainpalgn for] the rise In stocks had the
naturtf effect tomay of much curtailing the
COlunfn of operations and of begetting a cau
, tlou> spirit in operating. In the latter part
of jtho day the njiarket was not more than
nonhmal and fo.ebfle fluctuations marked the
speculation. Thero\ was some attempt to re
vile interest In thfe campaign and the early
advance In prices . vaß produced on sentiment
by the small succitss of the bond offerings
bjf- Union Pacific aln<l Atchlson.
1/ RatesI I/Rates for money I on call ran off In the
course of the day. nut there was a hardening
Jin time money rate*. Foreign exchange was
JTlnfluenced by offering of finance bills by
* bankers In the proct-83 of drawing on foreign
n credits* Extra Irements are In prospect
I for the New York t money market, subscrip-
J tions for Southern l'aciflc preferred stock and
' for American Telephone bonds, which fall
,', ' next Monday, calling for 500,000.
1 The Japanese questions receded somewhat,
lnI In spite of the reporjted writing of war risks
' by Lloyd's on ships (bound for Manila. Anx
iety for the stability of the copper markets
was In evidence. The uncertain fluctuations
of the latter part oB the session left prices
generally lower than) last nißht.
Bonds were irregular. Total sales, par
value, $1,009,000. '
United States bonds 'were unchanged on call.
New York Stocks
By Associated Press. j
NEW YORK, July M.-The following were
the official quotations on th" stock exchange:
Open. High. Low.
.'.'... Adams Express, I*>
546005 4600 Amalgamated Copper .... "w" 87H 87%
18001 800 Am Car & Fdy M «% 42' 2
1001 00 do preferred 89% 99% 9914
8008 00 American Cotton OH .... 31!4 31 31
do preferred 86
American Express 210
Am Hide & Loath pfd 19
1001 00 American Ice 64 64 63
Am Unseed Oil ' ••■• J°}4
do preferred 33^
2002 00 Am Locomotive pfd ....105% ln.Ti 101
17001 1700 Am Smelting & Refng..llS 116% 117%
6006 00 do preferred 10514 10»H IMH
12001 200 Am Sugar Refining l=2V t 121 122%
MOO Am Tobac pfd certlf.... 83 So 8;)>i
53005 300 Anaconda Mining C 0.... 58 5614 6314
■ 700Atchlson 90% 89* .89%
3003 00 do preferred 9214 92 9214
3003 00 Atlantic Coast Line .... 97Vi 97 96
18001 800 Baltimore & Ohio 97y» 96 96%
do preferred 86
43004 300 Brook Rapid Transit .... 5714 66 RSJs
12001 200 Canadian Pacific 17414 173 Vi 173-4
. . Cent of Now Jersey 175
2002 200 Chesapeake & Ohio ....34% 34% - 34%
Chi & Alton pfd .... 11" 5 i
1001 00 Chi & Northwestern ••••»7 147 147
201002 0100 Chi Mil A St Pau1. ...132% 130% 131*4
... Chi Terminal & Trans 5
... do preferred .... 12*4
... C C C & St Louis "8
« 1200 Colo Fuel & Iron 31% 30% 31
4004 00 Colo & Southern 25 24% 2414
2002 00 do Ist pfd 60% 6fl'i 6014
3003 00 do 2d pfd 46% 4614 46
6006 00 Consolidated Cas 118 11614 115
1001 00 Corn Products .1714 1714 17
1001 00 do preferred 72% 72% 73
2002 00 Dela & Hudson 169 169 16814
S OO Dela Lakn. & West 470 469T4 450
■ 400 Den & Rio Orande ...... 28 27% 26%
do preferred .... 50%
2002 00 Distillers 1 Securities ....'64% 6414 64*4
43004 300 Erie 25"i 2514 24*4
6006 00 do Ist pfcK... 69 58 6814
do 2d pfd 40%
3003 00 General Electric 13714 136% 136
Illinois Central 141
2002 00 International Paper 14% 14*4 "14
... do preferred 71*4
International Pump 2314
do preferred 70
lowa Central 18
do preferred 3814
2002 00 Kansas City South 26 26 25*4
. do prefererd •••• 6 6
'300 Louis & Nashville 11414 11314 114
5005 00 Mexican Cental 21*4 21V* 2114
2002 00 Minn & St. Louis 41% 4114 42
2002 00 Mln St P & Sault Sta M.104 104 103
do preferred 137,
Missouri Pacific 1414
'1500 Mo Kan & Tex 3314 32?4 32%
I do preferred ..;....'.... 6 »
National Lead «1
Nat R of Mcx pfd 6014
18001 800 N V Central 11214 lUVi 1"*
1001 00 N V Ont & West 37% 37% 37
6006 00 Nprf. & Western 75% 74*4 75
.do preferred 60
... North American ................ 68
16001 600 Pacific Mall 29% 2714 2814
87008 700 Pennsylvania 122% 121% 121%
People 1 * Gas 90%
... Pitts C C & St L 68
2002 00 Pressed Steel Car 35 3414 3414
do preferred 90
2002 00 Pullman Palace Car ....162 162 160
tIOB9OOt lOB9OOt 108900 Reading 102% 10014 101%
1001 00 do Ist pfd 80 SO 79
.... do.2d pfil 78
Republic Steel .... .... 28
do preferred 8214
1001 100 Rock Island 21% 2016 '21
4004 00 do preferred 4714 47 4614
7007 00 St L&S F 2d pfd 36 3314 35
St Louis Southwestern 21
fj do preferred 63
83008 300 Southern Pacific 78% 77% 77%
5 00 do preferred 111% 111 11014
6006 00 Southern Railway 19% 19% 19%
> 400 do preferred 67 63 66
... Term Coal & Iron 143
■■:.'■ 200 Texas & Pnclflc 29*4 2914 29
■ 200 To! St Ii & West 27* 2714 271 i
S 300 do . preferred 60% 49% 49*4
9600 Union Pacific 137% 135% 138%
• do preferred 8314
1 00 United States Express. ..lls 111 108
■'..'.... United States Realty 53
. ;,... United States Rubber 3614
.-200. -200 do preferred 101 10014 10014
6 1100 United States Steel 36% 3614 36%
.400. 400 do preferred 99% 99 99%
2 300 Va Carolina Chem 25 25 25%
do preferred - .... 101
... Wabash 1314
. 200- do preferred 24*4 24*4 23%
.... Wells Fargo Ex 280
■ 100 Westlnghse Elec 143%, 143 143
... Western Union ' .... 7614
. !.... Wheel & Lake Erie 17
2 00 do preferred 40 40 40
1 2700 Northern Pacific .'.127% 12614 127
•" M Cent preferred":::::::::::: " % '"* **
4004 00 Sloss .".'.'.'.'.'.■.■.■.■.■ 57" 56J4 57
400 North Pac pfd 132 131 ii 3 i«
100 Int Met ..j 1614 • 16% 1614
6 00 do preferred. 45% 4414 45
Total sales. 458,600. ™■* .4j
Boston Stock* and Bonds
By Associated Press.
BOSTON, July 11. -The following were th«
official quotations for stockß and bonds today
Atch adj 4s 87 Amalgamated 87\
Atchlson 4a 96% Atlantic ]3%
Mexican Cen 45... SO Bingham 15
Atchlson 80% Calumet & Hec....838
Atchlson pfd KH Centennial 29%
Bos & Alb 216^4 Copper Range .... 78V4
Bos & Me. 160 Daly West 16
Bos Elev 186 Franklin 14M,
Fltchburg pfd ... M Oranhy 125
Mcx Cen 61V* Id. Royale 19
NYN H & H...UM Masx Mining ■■... 6H
> INVESTMENTS /
juSt^Trrtved^TSomTnevapa-
Want to meet a party with capital for
bona fide conservative Investments. Ad-
dress A. 8.. poßtofClccJ>ox 290. -- ■ ■■■■
UMBRELLAS AND GLOVE MAKERS
BUY t HERB *AT * FACTORY PRICES.
- Vie '< aKsortmont. ... Umbrellas recover-
ed and made to order. 117 W. Fourth
«t.. new Hellrpun buUdln*.
Union Pacific ....136ft Michigan 14Vi
Am Pncu Tubu.. 6 Mohawk 82
Am Sugar 122 Mon C & C 2%
do pfd 125 Old Dominion .... 46Vi
Am Til & Te1. ..107 Osccola 27
Am Woolen 25 Parrot 20>4
do pfd 91 Qulncy 117
Ed Elec 11ium. ..210 Shannon 1794
Mass Electric ... 16 Tamarack lU7
do pfd 67 Trinity 22%
Mass Gas 53 United Copper .... 03Vi
United Fruit ....109 U S Mining 48%
United Sh Mach.. 60 U S 0i1...- 10%
do pfd 2(W4 Utah 61
U 8 Steel 35% Victoria VA
do pfd 09V4 Wlnona 8
Adventure 2% Wolverine 160
Allouez 45 Nevada 14
North Dutte 88 Calumet & Ari1... 165
Uutte Coalition .. 26 Arizona Commer .. 61%
New York Bonds
By Associated Tress.
NEW YORK, July 11.-The following wore
the closlnit prices for bonds todaj :
U S ref 2s r0g..108 Japan 4'is ccr 90' i
do coupon I(>s Jap W 2 s ccr 2d scr 871*
do 3s reg 107 V* L & N un 4s !)8
tlo coupon 103 Man con gold 45.. 07
do new 4s reg..l2BVi Mcx Cen 4b 81
do coupon 128% do Ist Inc 21%
Am Tob 4s 70 Minn & St I, 4b.. 87
do 6s 102V4 M X & T 4s 9511
Atchlson gen 45.. 98V» do Zds 86l»
do adj 4s 89 NBRof M con 4s S2tt
All Cooat Lino 4s 95V4 N V C gen 3%5.. K',6
B & O 4s 98Ml N J C gen 6s 121vs
do 3Vis 96 Nor Pao 4s 100 »
BRTcv 4s 79 I >4 Nor & Wes con 4s U%
Cen of Ga D5...103V4 O S L, rfdg 45.... ma
do 2d Inc 76 Ptnn cv BV,s 03V4
do 3d mc r>6 StL. AIM con 63.118%
Cihes & O 4V45...101 Read Gen 4s 941.4
• 'hi & Al 3Vis... 57% St L, & S F tx 4s 78V4
f- H & Q new 4s. n% Pt L Sou con 45.. 73
C R I & r 45... C 9% Scabd Air L 45.. 70
do col 65. ........ 87<4 Sou Pac 4s 8014
C & St L gn 4s 96 do Ist 4s cer.... 92
CY>l Ind 5s ser A 63 Sou Ry 6s 106
Col Mid 4s 67?4 Tex & Pac 15t5...H2%
Cnl & Sou 4s H9Vj T St L & W 45.. 74
Cuba Cs 103 Union Pac 4s 99
Den & Rio Q 45.. 93 U S Steel 2d 65.. «6
Dlst Sec 6s 81 Wabash lsts 107
Erie prior lien 4s 92 do deb B 61
Erie gen 4s 7!Hi West Mil 4s 73%
Hkg Val 4V 2h2 h 100% Wheel & L E 45.. 80
Japan 6s 99 Wis Cen 4s 88
Japan 6s 2d ser.. 99 Japan 4s ISM
Financial Record
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 11.— Money on call strong,
2V4&7H; ruling rate 6 per cent; closing bid
2ViI offered at 3. Tlmo loans very strong;
60 days 54; 90 days 6)[email protected]; 6 months 6
per cent.
Prime mercantile paper [email protected] per cent.
Sterling: exchange soft with actual business
In bankers' bills at $4.8G65i360 for demand and
at $4.833003r. fur Rlxty-day bills.
Posted rates, $4.84'3'4.87M;.
Commercial bills J4.830V4.
Bar silver 67% c.
Mexican dollars 52% c.
Government bor.ds steady, railroad bonds
Treasury Statement
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, July 11.— Today's statement
of the treasury balancos In tho general fund
shows:
Available cash balance. J254.310.366.
Gold coin and bullion. $06,859,325.
Gold certificates, $77,322,080.
The Metal Market
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, Ju& 11.— The London 'tin mar
ket recovered part of its recent loss during
today's session, with the close at £186 5s for
spot, or 253 higher, while futureso advanced
10s to £IKO. Locally the market was dull,
with spot quoted at $40.81041.80.
Copper was Irregular in London, with spot
£1 lower at £97, while futures rallied 5s to
£90 ss. Looally the market was unchanged.
Lake. $21.87%©22.12^i.; electrolytic, [email protected];
casting, *20. 608/121. RO.
Lead was unchanged at *8.18(§5.20 in the
local market, but declined 5s to £20 15s in
Lr ndon.
Spelter was 2s 6d lower at £24 6s In London.
Locally tho market was dull at [email protected]
.Iron was lower In the English market, with
standard foundry at 50s and Cleveland war
rants at 6Ss 3d. The local mnrket was quiet.
No. 1 foundry northern. $24.25(321.70; No. 2
fcundry northern, [email protected]
San Francisco Mining Stocks
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 11.-The official
quotations for mining stocks today were:
Andes 4 Hale & Norcross....4B
Belcher 25 Julia 5
Best & Belcher 60 Justice 1
Bullion 17 Lady Wash Con 16
Caledonia 14 Mexican 45
Challenge Con 10 Occidental Con 3S
Chollar 7 Ophir 170
Confidence 60 Potosi H
Con Cal & Va 57 Sag Belcher 4
Con Imperial 1 Sierra Nevada 32
Crown Point 16 Union Con 21
Exchequer 35 Utah Con 6
Gould & Currie ..14 Yellow Jacket 95
CHICAGO GRAIN MARKET
Wheat Opened Weak and CJosed at
the Lowest Pomt — Corn and
Oats Lower I
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO. July 11.— Wheat opened weak
and became weaker as trading progressed. A
portion of the heavy tone at the opening was
ctuscil by favorable weather for the growing
crop in the northwest. The market closal
point. September opened %@%c lower at 95<fj>
9 5% c, sold up to 9614 c and then declined to
9314 c.9 314c. The close was at 93% c.
■ The corn market opened weak and closed
at the bottom price. September opened a
shade higher to *4<i?*4c lower at 65%<355c, sold
at 53',1c and closed at 64*4 c.
Oats were weak In sympathy with wheat.
September opened *[email protected]%c to %c lower to-39%(8>
40 c.4 40c. sold up to 4014 c and then declined to
89%e,8 9%e, where It closed.
Provisions were quiet and the market held
steady all day. September pork closed un
changed. Lard was a shade lower and ribs
were also a chado down.
Market Ranges
Wheat— July, 90c; September, 93%; Decem
b< Corn— July, 5314 c; September, 54*4 c; Decem-
Oats-^u 2 ly. C '43l4cf' September, 38% c; Decem-
Oats-July. 43*4 c; September, 38% c; Decem
ber. 39% c; May, 41% c. ,
Whear-NW hear-Ne ar-Na r-No ad5 2 spring, »[email protected]; No. 3, 940
98 c9 98c- • No. i red, 90©91'!tc.
Corn-No. 2, r.3*(,fffs3%c; No. 2 yellow, 53*40.
Oats-No. 2. 43% c; No. 3 white, [email protected]%c.
Harlcy— Fair to choice malting, 60<?P35c.
Seeds-No. 1 northwestern, 11.2414; prime
timothy seed, $4.76; clo»or, contract grade.
? 1 Khort rlbs-Rldes (loose). [email protected]
Mess pork-Per bbl.. [email protected]
l-nrrl— Per 100 lbs. $B.7*j.
Shirt clear sides (boxed)-»[email protected]
Whlsky-Basls of high wines. P 3 Shi P ment 8 .
Articles- Receipts. Shipments.
Tlnlir hi 600 119,900
Whcatt V bu 213.600 525.900
O°t"' bu .:::::::. 93 '°°° 268,200
B aricy bu; : " : :::::::= ::: " • m
$10014; December closed $1.03%.
LIVERPOOL, July 11. -Wheat-Spot, steady:
No 2 red western winter, 7s 2d: futures quiet;
July, 7s 2*4 d; September, 7s 2%d: December,
7 "sAN d >RANCISCO. July 11.-Wheat steady
and quiet; December, no sales; cash, $1.60.
Barley steady; . December, $1.2714: • cash,
122*4.
.Corn-Large yellow, «.47',[email protected]*4.
Chicago Live Stock
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, July 11.— Cattle receipts 6500;
@7.30; cows, »[email protected]; heifers, $2.60®7.70;
culvos, [email protected]; good to prime steers, J5.80
®7.30: poor to medium, [email protected]; stockers
and feeders, [email protected]
HoKs-Rocelpts. 25,000; market steady; light,
[email protected]; mixed, J5.70iff6.10: heavy, »[email protected]
6.!>2Vi; rough, 15.20^5.60; plga. »[email protected]; good
to choice heavy, J5.80ifi>5.92 1^.
Pheep-Receipts. 12,000; market weak to a
shaclo lower; natives, [email protected]; western, $3.75
(1T5.90: yearllnßs. $6.00®6.J0: lambs, |5.50©7. 60;
wofltornr. tK.Mm.TOL
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JULY 12, 190
MINING QUOTATIONS
Ran Francisco mining exchange quotations,
furnished by Ernest Kennedy & Co., UI West
Sixth Btreet. Los Angelei, July 11:
Adams
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Kendall
Kowanas
Laguna
Lone Star
Lou Dillon
Mohawk
Mohawk Ex
Nevada Goldfleld ....
Oro
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Ked Top
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Sandstorm
Silver Pick
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St. Ives
Triangle
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DISTRICT DEPUTY APPOINTED
John P. Burke Honored by State
Deputy Theodore J.
Savage
Los Angeles Catholic Tidings: John P.
r-;rke has recently been appointed by State
Deputy Theodoro J. Savage of San Fran
cisco as district deputy for tho eighth dis
trict, comprising all that portion of the state
of California south of the Tehachapl moun
tains. Mr. Burke Is completing his third
term as state secretary of the Knights of Co
lumbus and has a general acquaintance with
the membership of the order at large through
out the state of California.
While a pioneer of the order in this state,
Mr. Burke Is comparatively a recent adjunct
to the ranks of the order In this city. As Is
well known to our readers, Mr. Burke was
formerly vice president of the Bank of San
Jose and came to this city a little over a year
ago to take tho position of vice president of
the Central bank, from which he branched
out Into larger responsibilities tn assume the
position of vice president and manager of the
Southern Trust company, whose official head
is I. W. Hellman.
Mr. Burke formerly held the position of dis
trict deputy of the San Jose, district and Is
thoroughly Qbrcist of the times in till mat
ters affecting the order. He Is a man of
genial nature, but conservative and prudent,
and under his administration tho Southern
district ought to hare a marked additional In
fluence for good.
GENERAL FRUIT MARKET
By Associated Prc^s.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 11.— Fruits— Fancy
apples, J1.50; common, 50c.
Berries— Strawberries, [email protected]; blackber
ries, J3.00iff4.00; raspberries, [email protected]
Pears-Common, $1.00; fancy, $1.25.
Peaches— Common, 7&c; fancy, $1.25.
Plums— Common, 60c; fancy, ?l-00.
Orangose-Navols, $1.28®3.60.
Mexican limes, $4.00.
Lemons— Common California, $1.50i?f2.28; good
to choice, $3.50^4.00; fancy, [email protected]
Melons— Fancy cantaloupes, $3.25; cpmmon,
$2.25©2.60.
Tropical fruits— Bananas, $1.0003.50; pine
apples, ii.coa3.oo.
Dried Fruit Prices
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 11.-The market for
evaporated apples continues quiet; fancy, B*4c;
choice, 8c; prime, 7®7*4c; poor to fair. 6®70.
Prunes for futuro delivery are said to De
easier on Indications that the new crop is
turning out larger than expected, but spot
quotations are unchanged with California fruit
ranging from 4%@12*4c, and Oregons up to
30s to 40s from 5%@9c.
Apricots are unchanged with choice quoted
at 250 ; extra choice, 21c; fancy, [email protected]
Peaches are quiet but firm In tono with
choice U*[email protected]; extra choice, 12l4<S>13c; fancy,
[email protected]*tc; extra fancy. 14(914*40.
Raisins are unchanged with loose muscatels
quoted at 8%@10c; seeded raisins, 7*[email protected];
layers at $1.6001.65.
Butter, Eggs and Cheese
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, July 11.— Butter— Fancy
creamery, 27% c; seconds, [email protected]
Cheese— New, HVic; old, 1314 c; eastern, 12c;
Young America, 14Vic; western, 14V4c
Eggs-Ranch, 19»4|23Hc; store, 25c; eastern, 18
CHICAGO. July 10.— On the Produca ex
change today the butter market was firm;
creameries, 19%@24c; dairies, 17(S>21c.
Eggs— Firm; at mark, cases included, 13®14c;
first, 13c; prime firsts, 14c.
Cheese— Steady, 12<ij>13c.
Sugar and Coffee
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, July 11.— Sugar, raw steady;
(air refining, 3.83Hc; centrifugal, 96 test.
3.83V4; molasses sugar, 3.08V4; refined, steady;
crushed, 6.70 c; powdered, 6.10 c; granulated, sc.
The market for coffee closed steady at a net
advance of 5 points. Sales, 43,000 bags; July
and September, 1.60 c; January, 5.700; March.
r.7.r.iir,.so<-; May, 5.90415.05.
Spot coffee steady: Rio No. 7, 6%c: Santos
No. 4, 71ic; mild coffee dull; Cordova, 0©12)»o.
ORANGES HIGHER
IN LOCAL MARKET
DEMAND ACTIVE FOR GOOD
LEMONS
Report Current That Watsonville
Apple Yield Will Be Short.
Local Potatoes and
Eggs Firmer
Spirited bidding was a fraturc of tho ses
sion of the produce exchange yesterday,
lflit the sales were confined to six Tulare
cheese at 14% c, six ciises of case count
PKBK at 21Vi;C, five stieUa of nlmnnils at
l«Vfc and X) sucks of large white potutoes
at $U a hundred.
The cold storage houses are »ald to be
pretty well stocked with eastern eggs
mid butter, and brokers are anxious to
Bell, but any price under 20e does not ap
peal to the egg men. Butter remains
steady. Local ranch nnd candled eggs
are held at 28%®34C a flosien.
Navel oranges are out of the market.
Fancy Valenclns are held at [email protected], choice
at $2.7n©3.7r>; local apples In big boxes at
[email protected]; sllverskln onions at $3.'jr>(i<:i.r,n;
yellow Danvers at [email protected]; standard
cantaloupes, i'lfiTi.l't a crate.
Demand was active in the market in all
lines of commodities.
Fish continues scarce.
Notice was posted yesterday that until
September 15 no call sessions will be held
on Saturday.
W. H. White of Watsonville was a vis
itor on 'change yesterday. He reports
that the hellefleur apple crop will be
short this year.
Produce Receipts
Eggs, cases.... 201
Butter, pounds 'J'jir'
Cheese, pounds 8,8.%
Onions, sacks • »'
Potatoes, sacks <""
Beans, sacks norm
Sweet potatoes, sacks • none
Produce Prices
Following are wholesale jobbing prices
quoted by the Frank Simpson Fruit com-
P OBANGES-(Per box)-Fancy Valenciaß,
$:; (irtifd.no according to size; choice, JF2.75
f<3 7fT Fancy Mediterraneans, $2.35<82.75.
~ LEMONS— (Per box)-$3.75#4.75.
APPLES— (Per box)— New stock In lugs,
BANANAS— Fancy Port Llmons. per
lb.. [email protected]%c; crates extra, 60c.
GRAPE FRUIT— (Per box)-Seedless.
$3.00; seedlings, $2.50.
POTATOES— (Per cwt.)— Fancy Minne
sota Burbanks. $2.00 #2.25; fancy new
crop Peerless or White Rose, *2.2»,
fancy new crop Early Rose. *2.n0W2.2.>.
ONIONS-Fancy sllversklns, [email protected];
yellow Danvers. $3.30873.75.
VEGKTA BLES-Beets, per sack, 85c: do
doz. bchs. 50c. String beans, lb., 6<B6e;
do wax, s®6c. Cabbage, per sack, $1.25;
do cwt., $2.00 (crates extra 3uc). Car
rots, per sack. $1.15; do doz. bunches. BfhJ.
Chilis, green, per lb.. L"oc. Garlic, per lb.,
12c Lettuce, commor., per doz., 30c; do
Giant, per uoz., 35c: Leeks, per doz., 50c.
Onions, green, per doz., 35c. Peas, green,
per lb.. [email protected] Radishes, per doz.. 250.
Spinach, per doz., 35c. Turnips, per
sack 75c. Tomatoes, per crate. $1. [email protected]
Squash, 20-lb. boxes, 65®70c. Cucumbers,
$I C?iILIS— (Per lb.)-Strlng, fancy. 12c;
Chill Telpine, $1.25; Chili Molido. hot. 12c.
BUTTER — Creamery, extras, 28*°.
creamery flrste, 26%@2Tc; cooking. 23}4c.
CANTALOUPES— Ponvcrntes (5?).
$1.65®2.00; ■ standards, [email protected]; apricots,
U PEACHES— Tragedies $1.50, \)}K
tcxes; freestones, $1.dO; do clings, $1.205 i/
I'CHEESE1 'CHEESE— (Per lb.}-Anchor brand,
California. 15^S16c; Young America. (8 lbs.),
19c; Hand (3 lba.), 20c; fancy full cream
California. 15c; limburger, Edelweis.
fancy case lots. 18c: do less quantity, 19c:
Swiss, fancy Imported wheels, 31c; do
cut 32c; do domestic blocks. 22c; Oregon
cream brick, Shield brand. 22c; German
breakfast, per box, $1.00; Eastern singles
per lb.. 18c: Twins. ISc; Daisys, 18c; Long
Horns. 19c. .
EGGS— California ranch, per dozen,
24 BEANS. CO E n C.-'(Per 100 lbs.)-Sma!l
white $3.25; Lady Washington, $3.00;
nlnks' No 1 $3.00; llmas, $4.75(55.00: Gar
vanzas. $4.50; lentils. Imported. JIO.OO
NUTS— (Per lb.)— Almonds, fancy IXT-i
and Ne Plus, 19c; Brazils. 17c; filberts,
13c- pecans, large, 18c; peanuts, Califor
nia, raw, (Hie; do eastern, 8M;c; do roast
ed 2c additional; walnuts, fancy No. 1,
15Vi;c do small No. 2, 12c: i>ine nuts, 13c;
cocoanuts. per doz., 90c.
HONEY— (Per lb.)— Comb, fancy water
white frame, 16c: do light amber, 14c;
extracted, water white. SO-lb. cans, 7c.
DRIED FRUITS-(Per lb.)-Apples.
evaporated, 50s, B%c: apricots, fanpr. 25
)b boxes, ISc; dates, golden bulk. 70s,
fancy, 6c; do 1-lb.pkgs., 30 to case, fancy,
Der pkg., 7c; do Fards, 60s, per pkg., 8e;
do 12s per pkg.. 9c; flgs, black, 25-lb.
bSxesf'per box. $1.50; «o white. 10 16-oz.
pkgs. to box. per box, 75c: do 50 %-lb.
pkgs. to case, per case, $1.85; do 50 6-oz.
pkgs. In case, per case, $1.65; lemon and
orange peel, fancy 10-lb. boxes, per lb.,
15c- nectarines. 25-lb. boxes, per lb. 10c;
peaches, evaporated, 265, fancy, per lb..
12% c; do 255, choice, per lb 12c; pears,
evaporated, fancy. 20-lb. box, per lb.,
l%c; pitted plums, 25-lb. boxes, per lb.,
PRUNES— (Per lb.)— Fancy Santa Clara
county stock, 25-lb. boxes, 80s to 40s, 9c;
40a 1 to 60s. me; 503 to 60s, 6%c; 60s to 70s,
6c; 70s to 80s, 5%c; 80s to 90s, 6c; 90s to
K Al Sl NS— London layers, 8 crown, per
box $1.76; do 20s, 2, crown, per box, $1.65;
do 50s, 3 crown, per box. $4.26: loose mus
catels 60s. 2 crown, per lb., 8c; do 50s, 3
crown, per lb., 9c; do 50s, 4 crown, per lb.,
10c; Sultanas, 60-lb. boxes, per lb., 8%0.
MISCELLANEOUS — Popcorn, fancy
rice, eastern, per lb., 4%0; Saratoga chips,
per'lb., 20c.
BEHRlES— Strawberries, Troplco Beau
ty per crate, 90c; loganberries, %-lb.
baskets, per basket, 3%@5c; blackberries,
%-lb baskets, per basket, [email protected]: dewber
ries %-lb. baskets, per basket, [email protected];
raspberries, %-lb. basket, per basket,
CEREAL GOODS— Wholesale prices
are as follows:
Family flour (white wheat blended)
per barrel—
Al flour *5-60
Globe flour 6.26
Made of select California white wheat.
Silver ttar flour 15.20
Eighth bbls. '2bc"per"bi)V.' higher.
Balcers' flour (made of eastern hard
wheat) (per bbl.)
Globe flour $6.26
Eastern granam 6.25
Eastern whole wheat flour 6.25
Blended wheat flours-
Bakers' Al flour $5.80
lakers' Magnolia flour 6.20
Bakers' pastry flour 5.08
Eastern rye 6.00
Al flour Is retailed at $1.60 per %
Back and 85c per % sack. Globe family
il 75 per V 4 cack and 90c per % sack.
MEALU AND CEREAL GOODS (per 100
pounds). io" Lb 25~F
Al flour S.JO
'astry flour S.lO
Graham flour 8.00 2.95 '2.90
Corn meal, W. & T. .... 8.00 2.95 2.90
Whole wheat flour 8.10 3.05 8.00
Rye flour 3.60 3.56 8.60
Cracked wheat 3.60 3.55 3.50
Farina 8.60 8.66 3.60
Wheat flakes 1.60
do per bbl. 125 lbs. net 4.26
GRAIN AND FEED (100 1b3.)-Wheat
No. 1, $1.70; do (100-lb. sack), $1.75:
corn. $1.60: cracked corn, $1.66; feed
meal, $1.70; oran, heavy. $1.30; rolled
barley, $1.40; oil cake meal, $2.60; seed
rye, $1.75; shorts, $1.46; Egyptian corn,
1.65: white oats, $l.ao.
HAY— (per ton)— Choice wheat hay,
[email protected]>24; No. 1 wheat or wheat and oat,
[email protected])21: do No. 2, [email protected]: choice tame
oat, [email protected]: other tame oat. $ll(gil5: wild
oat. [email protected]; stock hay. JS®9; alfalfa,
[email protected]; straw. 80®90o.
Retail Pries
Following prices for lending articles of
consumption prevail at the Los Angelea
stores:
Butter, 2-lb. roll, fancy 70
Butter, 2-lb. roll. Poppy 65,
Cooking butter 56
Eggs, fresh ranch, per donen SO
Potatoes, fancy, 100 lbs. $2.75
Homeless children received and placed
In houses for adoption. Apply Rev. O.
V Rice, Superintendent Children's Horn*
society, (84 Bradbury building, Los An-
CARLOAD SH -PMENTS
OF CITRUS fUUITS
<§> Shipment* of orangeH and lent- <•>
<$> on* from l,o» A merle* Turmlay, ''?
'•' .Inly 0, reported by the California <$>
<$> Fruit Grower*' exchange, were 18 <••
'- rnrloailH of oranges and 25 car* of ••
4 > lemon*. '•'
<•> Total to date (here were nlilpped ■•■
<?> 24,7H0 carload*, of which 2673 were <•>
• lemon*. ' <?>
<?> Ln*t aeaNon to date there were ••■
<•> *hlpped 23,858 carload*, of which <s>
<;> 2041 were lemonx. . <3>
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FINANCIAL
LOS ANOBLBS, July 10.— Bank clpar-
Ings were *2.400,282.43, against $2,327,319.38
for the cnrrcsipi.ndinß date last year, an
lncreaoe of »72,Wi3.06. Following Is a com
parative statement:
1907. 100 G. IMS.
July 8.... 12,211,480. 78 $1,861,412.82 J2.005, 104.1)0
July <>.... 1,074,700.1.-. l,iilJ.n:iX.;,.| 1,811,978,49
July 10.... 2.339,024.44 l!.. r ,04,0!19.18 2,277,007.48
July 11.... 2,4U),282.43 2,327,310.38 2,024,181.43
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Official sales— Rice Ranch Oil Co. at
$2.50. '. 5;-i;«v,
Bank Stocks
Bid. Asked.
Bank of Los Angeles 125
Broadway Bank & Trust 155
California Savings Bank 125 ....■'
First National 420 428
Home Savings Bank 141
German Savings Bank 285 315
Globe Savings Bank 106 112
National Bank of Com 127*
Security Savings Bank 285
State Bank and Trust Co 8914
Bonds '
Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil Co 90
Home Telephone Co 91
P & O L & F Co 97
Santa Barbara Eleo Ry 99
Temescal Water Co 97
Union Transportation Co ... 91
U S L. D T and T. .../. *„.
Miscellaneous Stocks
Bid. Asked.
Edison Electric pfd 87.00
Edison Electric com
Home Tel Co pfd CO. OO
L A Athletic Club 10.75
L A Investment Co 2.00 ' 2.05
L A Jockey Club 60.00 100.00
Riverside H T & T Co 50.00
S Monica HT & T C 0.... 7.75 10.00
Seaside Water Co 110.00
Title I & T Co pfd 148.00
Title I & T Co com 148.00
Title I & T Co series C... 148.00 '
U S 1., D T & T Co 51.00
Union Trust Co 48.00
Oil Stocks
Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil Co 28.75 29.75
Central 1.11 1.14
Columbia 72%
Continental 14
Elk Con Oil Co
Fullerton'OU 43
Mexican Petroleum 1.35
New Perm Pet Co 1.55 1.59%
Olinda Oil Co 10
Reed Crude
Rice Ranch Oil Co 2.60
Union 188.00 193.00
Western Union 440.00 452.00
DAILY MINING CALL
Official sales— lls,ooo Cal. Hills M. Co. at
Vie; 10.000 do at l%c; 2000 Johnnie Con. at
[email protected]%c; 4000 do at U->ic (B. 90); 81,000 Con.
Mines at lfilViic; 4000 Clark Copper at 14V4
@15c; 2000 do at 14e. (S. 30).
CALIFORNIA
Greenwater district).
Bid. Asked.
Clark Copper Co 15 .15%
Kempland Copper Co 1.00
Cal. Hills M. Co 01% .01%
Con. Mines Co 01 .01
Golden H. M. & M. Co 50
NEVADA
(Falrvlew district).
Falrview Central 10
(Johnnie district, Nye county).
Johnnie Con. G. M. Co 10% .11%
(Searchlight district).
Gold Coin i 25 .28
Nevada Searchlight 02
Searchlight M. & M. Co 98%
Searchlight Parallel 04/*
OREGON.
Joseph Ball Copper CO
Pacific Coast Trade
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO. July 11. -Beans-Pink,
J2.40W2.50; lima. 5.25WG.35; small white, 3c;
large white. J2.60&2.70.
Potatoes— Early Rose, 12.405J2.50; Oregon Bur
banks. 2.75; new potatoes, $3.00.
Onions— Fancy, $4.60; common, $2.00.
Various — Green peas. 4ffisc; green peppers,
6©Be; tomatoes, Mcffll.OO; summer s&uash, 50®
6c; asparagus, 4©llo; rhubarb, $1.50itj)1.76; gar
lic. 3&>4c; cucumbers, [email protected]; mushrooms, 20
®25c.
Flour— Family extras, $4.83i?f6.30; bakers ex
tras. [email protected]; Oregon and Washington, $3.75
4JM.50.
Wheat— Shipping, [email protected]; milling, $1.65®
1.65.
Barley-Feed. |[email protected]!2tt; brewing, |1.22'[email protected]
$1.25; chevalier. $1.35.
Oats— Red, [email protected]; white, [email protected];
black. $2.00.
Mlllstuffs— Middlings, [email protected]; mixed
feed, [email protected]; oatmeal, $4.10; oat groats,
$4.30; rolled oats, $3.00<5i7.23.
Hay— Wheat. $17.50(5)18.60; wheat and oat,
$9.oi»rlfi.Oo; alfalfa, $8.60<iM3.50; straw, [email protected]
Receipts— Flour, 4200; wheat, 755; barley, 1995;
oats, 575; corn. 1375; potatoes, 4080; onions, 890;
bran, 665: middlings, :>5; hay, 760; hops, 85;
hides, 530; wine, 4500.
SAN PEDRO MARINE NEWS
By Associated Press.
SAN PEDRO. July 11.— The freight and pas
senger steamer Roanoke, Capt. Dunham,
cleared . today on her regular schedule with
cargo consigned to the North Pacific Steam
ship company.
The steamer Francis H. Leggett, Capt.
Ranler, Is due to arrive tonight from Astoria
via San Francisco with a largo cargo of,
lumber consigned to the National Lumber
company.
The steamer Charles Nelson. Capt. Prebel,
Is scheduled to clear tonight for Seattle via
San Francisco to reload.
The schooner Queen, Capt. Olsen, Balled to
day In ballast for Tlllamook to reload.
Tho bark Hecla for Tacoma will sail to
morrow In ballast.
The barkentlno James Johnson, Capt. Ren
necke, sailed tonight In tow of the steamer
Charles Nelson, Capt. Prebel, bound for
Eureka.
Cotton and Wool
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK. July 11.— Cotton futures closed
steady; July, $11.80; August, $11.64: September,
$11.60; October, $11.79; November, $11.78; De
cember, $11.80; January, $11.85; February,
$11.88; March, $11.96; May, $12.07.
ST. LOUIS, July 11.— Wool steady; Territory
imi, l westorn mediums, [email protected]; Una medium,
17®20c; fine, [email protected]
San Francisco Shipping
SAN FRANCISCO, July 11. -Arrived:
Steamer Olympla. San Pedro; steamer Helen
P. Drew. Sun Pedro; steamer Samoa, San
Pedro; steamer City of Pueblo, San Diego;
Bteamer Coos Bay, San Diego.
Sailed: Steamer Norwood, San Pedro; steam
er J. B. Stetson, San Pedro; steamer State
of California, San Diego.
PITTSBURG DEAREST CITY
TO EITHER LIVE OR DIE IN
PITTSBURG, July 11— This is not only
the most expensive city to live In, but
recent investigations have demonstrated
that it Is also the most costly to die in.
This startling discovery, following
immediately on the report of a special
committee of the legislature which had
been investigating the high cost of liv
ing expenses, was made when the
cemetery associations notified the un
dertakers that the prices of single
graves would be advanced $2 over the
present rate.
The burden will fall most heavily on
the poor, who are accustomed to buy
single graves, but the increase will not
affect the lot holders in the cemeteries.
The reason assigned for the advance Is
the rapidity with which the local
"cities of the dead" are filling up, and
the extraordinary advance in the value
of land.
Clearing House Banks
~ NAME ~~ OFFICERS •-■■- '■'
.nh.,l T?r>nlr ~~~ ' '■ :~": ~" "WILLIAM MEAD. Prei. ■■■■1 , - , !
C entral Bank w. c. durgin. CaahUr.',^ •_,>
_ N. B. cor. 4th & Broadway. Capital, $100.000; Surplus and *™ M *' H25.000.
qphe National Bank of Commerce charles SwiN(i.^3hi«p. :
* IN LOS ANGELES. ; ... , ' ,„. .L,
N. W. cor. Sixth nnd Spring. Capital, $200.000: ' Surplus, $20,000.
United States National Bank , £w. HgixiußPre,. ' .
KJ 8. E. cor. Main and Commercial.' Capital, $200,000; Surplus and Profits. »■'> m.
pommercial National Bank w.. a. B^NYN^Pre.. - -
423 South Spring. Capital, $200,000;' Surplus and Profits. $4O.'V>o.
Farmers & Merchants National Bank chXs "wiYLß^'cSßir.
Corner Fourth and Main. Capital $1,600,00; Surplus and- Profits. n.MO.om),
First National Bank " ' "w \ rr D 8 ; caihi«r. . . ■
Capital Stock, $1,250,000; Surplus, $250,000.
3. E. cor. Second and Spring. Undivided Pronto, $1,187,747.01. ;- , .
•Rroadway Bank & Trust Company %*s*s%!s}?&&. - - .
*-> 308-310 B-dway, Bradbury bldg. Cap.ltal, $250,000; Burplus-Und Profits, $180,000.
Merchants National Bank marc"h L "ellman!'' cashier; yj,
■ LVA N. E. cor. Second and Main. Surplus and Profits. $480,000. " 'n-->,,:
American National Bank w/w OO ™ D cScr. \ )
■"• S. W. cor. Second and B'dway. Capital, $1.000,000; "., rplus and Profits, $128,000,
National Bank of California r. E i ROGE^dashfer. - >
X^ N. E. Cor. Second & Spring. Capital. $500,000; Surplus-Undivided Profits, $100,000. •/, ;^,
Otate Bank and Trust Company l°^ z %J^o™™ie?™' ■ '
0 - N. W. cor. Second and Spring. Capital, $500,000; Surplus and Profits. $60.000. ', '
Citizens National Bank J' J. waters,' Cashier.
S. W. cor. Third and Main. Capital. $300,000; Surplus and Profits, $325.000.
|^jr,™™,,, .. Savings Banks gmj
J™- Savings Banks
I Security Savings Bank CAPITAL AITO MTKM.O* :
Security Savings Bank •t00.000.00
1 N. B. Corner Fourth and Spring St*. TOTAL ASSETS ■ .
I Herman W. Hellman Building:. - »17,000,000.00 •,•>•>*:
I German-American Savings Bank OA " TA ifiSWr?^|
U 223 South Sprhig Street ASSETS
H Corner Main and First Sts. (Branch) »10.»00.000
9 496 INTEREST PAID ON TERM SAVINGS DEPOSITS.
I sflt INTEREST PAID ON ORDINARY" SAVINGS DEPOSIT* \ ,
H . SnvlnßH Deposits In Saving* Banlu Atm
H Exempt from Taxation to the Depositor. ■ ' V
I SouthernCalifornla Savings Bank CAPITA^.^f BPIllIi
1- Boutheasi Corner Fourth and Sprlns. ASSETS EsS
gn i:,i|,,n T»l«t I'.liln ".__.. 11l MMlilllili's'llllilflWnrMir^ "
B^y^gai aPy I ' R Hi»H *i» VyVJIi Sl l l^?Cl illlT'vlal lIS • i ■ I i
$25.00
TO
GRAND CANYON AND RETURN
From July 15th to August 31st we will
sell a special excursion ticket, Los
Angeles to >»^v Gran
Canyon f JM. and back,
for $25.00. gfS|lf||f3 °° d 30
■ days. Same wUmamMJm rate from
other local \^ HB^/ points in
South >s ™*"^ California.
This is the most delightful season at
the most delightful mountain resort
within easy reach of Los Angeles and
in addition to the marvelous scene
its hotel accommodations are excel-
lent, and varied in price to suit all
If you are fond of the forest or of mountain
climbing — if you are a geologist, a hunter or
a naturalist — or if you just love the sublime .
in Nature, here you find it. Write, phone or call.
E. W. McGEE, 334 SOUTH SPRING STREET
Home Phone A 9224; Sunset, Main 738
RIVETER HELPER WEARS
SILK HAT AT HIS WORK
Special to The Herald.
ST. LOUIS, July 11.— Social prophet 3
have dreamed of the emancipation of
the laboring classes by the perfection
of mechanical devices which will make
it possible for one, while dressed in his
best, to touch a button and dig a cellar
without perspiration or soil.
Harry Meeks, a riveter's helper on
tho fifth floor of the Third National
Bank building under process of erec
tion on Olive street and Broadway,
thinks he is at least half way on the
road to Utopia, and that he should
dress accordingly. The wonderful pneu
matic riveter, which saves the strenu
ous labor of so many men, makes those
who direct Its terrific blows a sort of
aristocracy among workmen.
This Is said to be the reason why
Meeks wears a high shining silk hat
while he works. Tho rest of his cos
tume is conventional, consisting of
overalls and a black Jumper.
Perched upon a dizzy platform he un
erringly catches red hot rivets in a
bucket as they are thrown at him from
the nearby furnace. He then picks up
one of the glowing bits of steel with
pincers and holds it in place while the
pneumatic hammer does its work. But
through all his activities, the high hat
sticks tightly on his head, the cynosure
of all eyes in" the passing crowds.
Tuesday afternoon some carpenters
on the eighth floor beheld the glories of
Meeks' headpiece and were filled with
envy. After some conspiring they pro
cured a bucket of water and poured It
down upon the silk hat. But Meeks,
without de!gnlr-o' to look up, merely
removed that hat, shook the water off
and replaced It on his head. He has
since been unmolested.
SNAKE ELOPEMENT IS
FOILED BY PURSUERS
Special to The Herald.
FRESNO, Oregon, July Lynn
Bonner avers that he saw tho ' elope
ment of a blacksnake and a calico
snake prevented one day last week 1 In
ltorse valley. - . . ■ ; .
Mr. Bonner was out trout fishing In
one of the mountain stream", and earTy
ln the afternoon, with 'his bait all used
and his creel full of fish, he started frr
home. . . ■ . , % ' ■ .'.- :
Moving down an old logging road at
a rapid rate came' the elopers, '.vhile
In the distance they wore pursued by
eight or ten more snakes. A rattle
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snake was sounding a vigorous alarm,
which drew more reptiles to tho chase.
The blacksnake was fleet, and mighr
have escaped, but he was loyal to his
pretty mate and remained by h.
A blue racer led the pursuers, wU'.'e
a fat adder puffed along in the reai.
Most of the snakes were hisslr, to
show their contempt for the el'
The blue racer overtook the calico
snake, but the blacksnake tied hla
enemy in a knot and sped after 1 is
mate.
Unfortunately at this moment R cun
persnake patrolling his beat was at
tracted by the noise, and, heading oH
the elopers, he arrested them. Iti dis
grace the calico snake was taken hat:;
to her home, while her sweetheart v .-..-:
ducked in a nearby stream by a w » ej
snake.
BIG BUNCH OF CRABS
ROUTS REPTILE MOB
ICKESBURG, Wash., July 11.— Last
summer, while the circus visited this
town, one of the cages holding severai
hundred large and venomous reptile*
was upset. The snakes all escaped a,a.:i ,
scattered throughout the town. Since
that time hardly a week ha» pained j
without some one being either bitten or
scared.
Until a day or two ago it has been a
reign of terror, with the snakes for tho
reigning powers. Every effort was
made to drive the dangerous things
away, without avail.
Finally Mother Shotman, an old Tor
tune teller In Belton, near here, whs
consulted. Mother Shotman !s regarded
as a witch, but, neverthfii^.s, when nil
human efforts have failfi to accomplish
a desired end her repined knowledge of
the supernatural is always caUwd upor.,
Tho old woman ai.l itrm«aiat.
"Snakes can't stp ! before nabs. Got
plenty of crabs ,i>i the varmints will
Accordingly the sheriff orderod sev
eral carload of the hardest hardahella
they could find In Bait tm- ire. Next
morning dead snakes covered the
streets, but also— crabs. A delegation 13
going to the fortune teller tomorrow to
find how to get rid of the lesser evil.

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