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PART II
FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
NEW YORK STOCK
AND BOND MARKET
By Associated Press. .
9 NEW YORK, April 29.—Operations for higher
prices of • stocks had to contend today with
large offerings I for sale than have been met
with hitherto In the various stages of the up
ward , movement. This obstacle had Its effect
In ■ unsettling the I market at various periods
ourlng the day and told on the speculative
temper. On the other hand efforts to advance
prices were furthered by the urgent demand
from the remnant of the outstanding short In
terest, which was an effective feature In some
of the sharpest advances In Individual stocks
which were witnessed. . ■-'
The suspension of another stock exenange
firm today following the suicide yesterday of
the Junior member was followed by a large
volume of wild transactions in the course of
buying In stocks for the firm's account. . ■■■
These developments have had the effect of
arousing timidity amongst lenders of stocks to
procure shares for holding open their commit
ments on the short side. This state of affairs
has aided tho bulls In extending the rise In
prices and haa much j-educod the outstanding
.* The factors which governed the trading were
not changed In Important particulars from
those of the recent past. The coming finan
cing of the Union Pacific Is much dwelt upon
and Its assurances of succt>« »i* "«"6VC" •"!
Market operations today shifted to Southern
Paclflo In contrast to the realizing going on
m Union Pacific. The advantage of position
of the Hill railroads and the St. Pau by rea
• son of heavy new stock Issues which were
subscribed for before the financial crisis of
last year Is pointed to In connection with the
rlTh. nqSer'l t, OCk report of the United State.
Bteel corporation was much commented upon
end Its showing was not helpful to the general
market, although the prices of the stocksi of
the corporation were quite genera held. The
downward course of Iron keeps alive e*P<>eJ*
tlons of a cut In the prices of "n'»he<L p t r"l
ducts before advantage can be felt from toe
Improved financial condition of the railroads
Time money rates were notably firmer today
and foreign rates receded In connection with
the further engagement, of gold from export.
The unsettlement of the market grew percenU
bly as the day progressed. Bonds Irregular.
Total sales. pai- value, $4,468,000. Government
bonds were unchanged on call.
New York Stocks
NEW YORK, April 21).— Following were
the closing quotations today: cloi lng
Bale.. Highest. Lowest. Bid.
....... Adams Express .. .. ■ ■• *'»
57200 Anial Cop 62% 60 60£
6000 Am Car and F.. 30Vi 34>» 35%
r:ioo Am°cot don:::::: »* 27 % «l
•••••'Am o f px w :: :'J '■'■ «*
V-ioOAS.liandLpfdlSH II »*
1300 Am Ice 24 I 1 !»«
100 Am Lin Oil »'/» »Vi £
"•iiooAm°iScom-::::::48% **% «
:..JSS^«^::::»?a »«.»»»
:;.... Am Tob pfd cer.. .. .-. JJJJ
J2OOO Anacon Mia Co.. 89 38k 38Vi
6800 Atchlson 81 80 8014
'• 300 do pfd 89% 89 8914
. 8400 At Coast L 84 «0% 84%
•{. 4800 B and M 87% 85% 86%
"'iioo Bdß PfTranVlt:!;; '*'*% 48% 46%
iJoican Pac 157i4 155% 166%
100 Cen of N J 182 182 18&
1300 Che. and 0 34 33% 33%
800 C. Gt W s>• 4% 4%
. 8900 Cand N »l ( 16014 160%
41100 C M and St P..129 12714 127*4
„ Chi Ter and T.. .. .. ■ *
"'iioo do an dd'st"L;!.Bßli 67^ 66%
1100 CCC and St L...5814 B7 66%
7000 Colo F and 1.... 28% 24H 24%
600 Colo \ and 50.... 31 31
.100. do Pfd 49% 49% 48%
" 6100 Con Gas 121% 120 120
800 Corn Prod ....... 14% 14% 14%
• 700 do pfd ■'.. 7014 «9% " 69
110 Del and Hud 160% 168% 159
400 Del L and W....490 476 490
• . 200 D and R Q.... 21% 20% 20%
to do pfd • • 60
1100 Dlst Secur 8314 32% 3314
1400 Erie, 18% mi "14
500 do Ist pfd .... 32% 33 33
800 do 2.1 pfd .... 23% 2314 23%
6300 111 Central 136% 13614 135
. 100 Inter Paper .... 9% -9% 814
, 900 do pfd „ 6414 64 64
1 .1600 Inter Pump .... 25% 24 24%
100 do pfd 70% 70% 7014
» lowa Cent 1514
900 do pfd 35% 84 34
100 XC So 23% 23% 23%
100 do pfd 65 55 54%
S2OO L and Nash 105% 103% 10314
1400 Mcx Cent 1614 15 15
200 Mln and St L... 25 24% 26
800 11 B P and S S M.112*4 111% 111%
, do pfd 120
660 Mo Pac 47% 46 46
8100 M X and T 2«% 26 26%
100 do Pfd 68% 68% 6814
- 8200 Nat Lead «0% 68 59
N RR of M pfd.. . . .. • 49
- 4200 N V Cent 101% 101 101
20d N V Ont and W. .84 . 33% 34%
1100 Nor and W .... 6614 ' 66',i 66%
;■.....; do pfd 1..... .- - 84
, 900 North Am 6714 66 65
100 Pac Mall ....... 8714 27 .2714
24200 Pennsylvania ....121% 120% 120
2000 People. Gas .... 92% 91% 91%
'-»..... PCC and St L.. ..' .. 76
-2600 Pr Steel Car.... 30% 27% 2914
- 200 do pfd '.... ....86 85 &5
- 400 Pullman P Car.. 161 161
(291800 Reading 112 109% 109%
....... do Ist pfd .......... 82
• 400 do 2d pfd .... 81% 8014 80%
v 2400 Rep Steel ......17% 17% 17%
1600 do pfd ........ 68 67 «6%
' 2700 Rock I Co 16% 15% 16%
16900 do pfd 34 81% 82%
' ' 700 SL and SF 2d pfd 2914 2814 28%
..../. St L S W • • 18%
1200 do pfd .'. 34% 32% 32%
65900 So Pac 81 79 7914
h .....r do pfd .. ■• 114%
700 So Ry 15*4 15 15%
1300' do pfd .- 40% 40 40%
. 700 Tex and Pao .... 19 1814 18.,
2000 T St L and \V.. 17% 17% 18
300 ■ do pfd 40% 4014 4014
201500 Union Pao , 138 135% 136%
600 do pfd 81% 81 80
„ U 8 Realty .. .. 41
■ 100 U S Rubber ... 20% 20% 20%
100 do pfd ........ 83% 83% 83.
107800 U 8 Steel 36% 36 3614
• 14600 do pfd ........101% 100% 101%
■ 600 Va Car Chem .. 21 «.' 2014 20%
200 i. do pfd ........ 9314 ' 93% 93
,400Wabash ..'."..... 10% 1014. 10
600 do pfd ........ 19% 19 '19
» Wells Fargo Ex.. 1.. •;.. .. , 300
"t 700 West Elect .... 68 65% 66%
300 West Union .6114 '51 61
100 W and Lake 8.. 7% 7% 7%
,% ;* 100 Wls Cen ........16% ,16% .16%
;,'100: do pfd 40%' 40% 40
45100 Nor Pao 133% ' 131% 132%
3500 C Leather ...... 24% 24% 24 ■
300 do ptd 91 91 v 30%
...... Sloss ■'.... .. .. ; 44 %
' 23600 Q N Pfd 128% 126% 127
.-, 8100 Int Met: 10% • »%■'■"' 0%
6900 fdo pfd ........'21% 27 27%
- \ 1400 Utah Copper ... 30% 29% 2974
New York Bonds
rßy Associated Press.'',*>. „ .
..'.' NEW YORK, April 29.—The following were
official closing quotations today:
I U S rfdg 2s reg.loS% Manhat gold 4s .... 93%
do coup 104 • Mcx Cent 4s 80
flo 8s reg 100% do Ist lno '. 15
do : coup ... 101% M * St L, 4. SO
■ do new 4s reg.119% M X & T4s ....... 97
do coup 122% do 2ds 81%
' Am Tob 4. 71% r Nat Ry Mcx 45.... 76
' do 6s „,....,....106 - NY C gen 3%s .... 89%
' Atch gen 45...... 97% N J C. gen 5s ...... 181
do adj 4s ...... 87 Nor Pac 4s ........101
Atl C L 4. ......' 87 ' do 3a ......'.. 72%
B 4 O 4. 97% Nor & WX. ; 93%
do 3%s 91% Oregon S L 4s 89%
Brook R T 45.... 72% Perm cv 3%. 96 •■
Cent of Da 55...;.106% Read Gen 4s ....... 97%
• do Ist mo ...... 70 ■-* St L I M & S 55...106%
do 2d lno ...... 48 St L&S F4s .... 69%
do 3d Ino *.;... 39% St L S W 4. 63%
Che. & O 4%5.... 99 Seaboard A L 45.. 60 „
C A A B%s 62% Sou Pao 4s 86
" C B & Q 45...... 96 do Ist 4s ctf .... 90%
' " R I P 4s .....; 67% Sou Rwy 6s 96%
do col 6s ........ 71% T & P lilts".;. 110
CCC &St L 45.. 96 TStL & W 45.... 71;.
:- Colo Ind 5a ser A 68% Union Pao 4s j. 100..
Colo Mid 45<.... 60% > do cv 4s .......... 87%
Colo & So 45.:.... 89 : US Steel 2d 55..... 97%
: Cuba 5. ...i.,102% Wabash lsts 107
D&R a4s ...... 94 - ■■■ do deb B ......... 49 j
DUt Soots fit .... 72U. ;West Md 4s ........ 66M
Erie pr Hen 45... 86% W 4 L E 4. 63
do gen 4s 69 Wls Cent 4s 82
Hock Val 414s ...101% Jap 4%s 76%
Jap 4%s Ctfs .... 86% Atch ctfs 4. 89%
do 2d ser ...... 86% do 6s 100%
L & N 4s 07% Inter Met 4%. .... 64
Boston Stocks and Bonds
By Associated Press,
BOSTON, April 29.—The following were the
official closing quotations today: . i'.va"
Atch adj 4* 87 Adventure 1%
do 4s 66% Alloues 2514
Mcx Cent 4. .... 7814 Amalgamated 60%
Atchison 80% Atlantic 9%
do pfd 89% Bingham 26
Boston & A1b....204 Calumet & Hec1a.,635
Boston St Me ....136 Centennial 23
Boston L 138 Copper Range 68
Fltchbg pfd 129 Daly West ...'. 8%
Mcx Cent .64% Franklin 7%
NY Nil & H....130% Granby 90
Union Pao 136% Isle Royal* 19
Am Arg Chem.... 18% Mass Mining 2%
do pfd 84 Michigan 10%
Am Pn Tube 6 Mohawk 47..
Am Sugar 126% Mont C & C 60
do pfd ..........121 Old Dominion 35
Am T & T 118% Dsceola 86
Am Woolen ...... 20 parrot 19%
do pfd .......... 83% 3uincy 82%
Dom IAS 16% Shannon ..< 11%
Edison El Him. .213 Tamarack 60
Gen Eleo 133% Trinity 13%
Mass Eleo 9% United ■ Copper 6%
do pfd 46% U a Mining 88%
Mass Gas ........ 53 0 S Oil 22%
United Fruit 13U% Utah 39%
United Shoe M... 63 Victoria 2%
do pfd 28 (Vlnona 4%
North Butte 58% Hutte Coalition ... 22%
Nevada 11% Calumet and Ariz. .lo2
Ariz Cornel 18% Greene Cananea .. 8%
U S Steel 86% Wolverine 125
do pfd 101
I Financial Record
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April 29.—Money on call easy
at 1%©2 per cent; ruling rate, 1%@2; closing
bid, 1*1: offered at 2 per cent. Time loans
firm; 60' day., 2% per cent; 90 days, 3 per cent;
six months, 8%@3% per cent; prime mercan
tile paper [email protected]% per cent; sterling exchange
easier with actual business In bankers' bills
at 4 [email protected] for demand and at [email protected]
for 60 day bills. Commercial bills, 4.84%, Bar
silver, 53%0, Mexican dollars, 47c. Govern
ment bonds steady; railroad bond. Irregular.
- —————
Treasury Balances
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, April Today's statement
of the treasury balances shows: Available
cash balance, 1260,062,717; gold coin and bul
lion, 114,729,964; gold certificates, 125,458,960.
« » •
The Metal Market
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April 29.—The London tin
market had quite a .harp advance, spot clos
ing at £144 6s and future, at £143. Locally
thi market was tlrm with quotations ranging
from $32.26082.30. Copper was higher In Lon
don with epot closing at £t>7 17s 8.1 and fu
tures at £58 10s. Locally the market was
dull and unchanged, notwithstanding the ad
vance abroad; lake, $12.62%'«12.67%; electroly
tic, $12.60012.76; casting, $12.25012.60. Lead
was unchanged at £13 In the English market,
but was a shade higher and Him locally at
%X 0604.10. Spelter was unchanged at £21 In
the London market. Locally the market was
quiet and unchanged at $4.6004.66. Iron wan
lower In the English market with Standard
foundry quoted at 49s 6d and Cleveland war
rants at 60s 6d. Locally the market was rather
unsettled but no quotable change In prices
was reported.
San Francisco Mining Stocks
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 29.—Following were
official closing quotation, today:
Alpha Cons t Kentuck Cons 2
Andes 13 Mexican 126
Heleher 20 Occidental Cons ... 18
Best & Belcher.... 55 Ophlr 245
Bullion 15 Overman 7
Caledonia 18 Potosl II
Challenge Con 10 Savage 25
-hollar 8 Scorpion •
■■onfldence 40 Sag Belcher 6
Con Cal A Va 41 Blerra Nevada .... 89
Con Imperial 1 Bilver Hill 45
Crown Point 80 Union Con 85
exchequer » Utah Cons 8
Oould & Currle .... 9 Yellow Jacket 64
Hale * Norcross... 32
CHICAGO GRAIN
_-~——-—— ' f
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, April 29.— wheat market
opened firm because of the steady tone at
Liverpool In the face of a severe break here
yesterday. Prices eased off In the first thirty
minutes because of liquidation sales, but soon
rallied and held the advance until the close.
Commission houses and local shorts were the
chief buyers. Low temperatures In Kansas and
Nebraska, reports of damage by hesslan flies
and bugs in the southwest and an active de
mand from millers at Minneapolis for cash
wheat were the bullish features. The market
closed strong. July wheat opened %®%o high
er at 87%©87%0, gold off to 86%0 and then ad
vanced to 88% c. The close was at 87% c. .
Corn was firm for the greater part of the
day. July closed at 63% c. A break of lc In
May was a feature In oats. The market closed
mm: July at 46%0, the high point. • -
Provisions were strong because of [email protected] ad
vance In live hogs. July pork closed [email protected]
up. lard !7%@300 up, and rib. 7%c up.
Market Ranges
. Wheat—May, 97% c; July, 87% c: Sept. 84%0.
Corn-May, 67% c; July, 63%0; Sept. 61%0.
Oats— May. old, 63% c; new. 62% c; July, old,
46% c; new, 44c; Sept. 36%037c. .•?,».
Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour, steady: No. 3 wheat, [email protected]; No. 2
reo, 97®98%c; No. 2 corn. [email protected]%c; No. 2 yel
low, 67067% c; No. 2 oats. 62% c; No. 2 white,
[email protected]; No. 8 white. 60%@630; fair to choice
malting barley, [email protected]; No. 1 northwestern
fidicseed. 11.21%; prime timothy seed, $4.25;
short ribs, sides, loose. $6.7007.10; mess pork,
per bbl., $13.12V5©13.25; lard, per 100 lbs.. $8 37%;
short clear sides, boxed, $7.2507.50; whisky,
Lasts of high wines, 11.35.
Articles. •
Flour, bbls 47.100 19.000
f^at.^V::::::::::: J2.400 ».«g
C't-m hiiKh . 181,000 :■ 188.&00
Bau" bush ............ M 182.700
Barley, bush 45.100 12.000
LIVERPOOL, April 29.-Wheat, May, 7s 2ftd;
July 7s %d; Sept. 7s %d.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 29.-Wheat, firm; no
trading- caah. $1.62%©1.65. Barley, firm; Deo.
nB6 asked? $186% bIJ; cash. [email protected]%.
Corn firm, large yellow. [email protected]
PORTLAND, April 29.-Club wheat. Sr>@B6c;
bluesVem7B7oßßc; red, 83084 c; valley, 85086 c.
TACOMA April 29.-Wheat, unchanged;
biuestem. 86c; club, 84c; red, 82c.
Sugar and Coffee
By Associated Press. 1;':
NEW YORK, April -Sugar, raw, steady;
fair refining, 3.98e; >centrifugal. 96 test, 4.48 c;
molasses sugar. 8.75 c. Refined, steady; pow-
Sored, teoo; crushed. 6.20 c; granulated. 6 600.
Coffee, steady; No. 7 Rio, 6c; No.'4 Santos,
B%<S>B%c . .■■■■-... —r. ■ .- ' ■ - -' „-..;
Wool Prices
By Associated Press.
ST LOUIS, April 29.-Wool, steady; territory
and western mediums. 18®19%c; fine medium.
[email protected]; fine, [email protected]
ORANGES AT AUCTION
IN NEW YORK MARKET
,«> NEW YORK. April Twenty- <£
/\ mm carloads Vt California orange. «»
i were s"d at auction here today at X
| Jhe following prices per box. for re*- |
I UlExt ßra e"fanoy navels,' $8.80 .to «2 80, |
|aT 'navel.. $2.05 to $3.10. aver- |
i BgExtra Mcholce navels, $2.00 to $3.00, %
I "&Te o *nav°eto. «1.80 to ; $2.90. aver- |
% **Fi^t B lii fair to «ood condition! de- A
A mud moderate, price, a .hade lower. <|
1 Weather clear and favorable. Three <h
<f> car* will .ell later. •■_■ , ■ ' * X
• Mr. Advertiser: If you are looking for ,an
exceptional opportunity ito gain .unusual
prominence X for „ special articles, phone us
nnd we will come and explain. Home phone
Herald. Sunset Press 11. ;■.-'.■ r c,-'/MK
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, APRIL 30, 1908.
MINING QUOTATIONS
Yesterday's quotations of the Los Angeles-
Kevada mining stock exchange were as fol
lows:
CALIFORNIA— • Bid. Ask.
California Hills ... 6.50 M ...-
Con Mines Co 01 .01%
Skldoo Blue Jay -.12% • •>■
JOHNNIE DISTRICT—
Johnnie Consolidated .06% .06%
TONOPAH DISTRICT— >
Montana 1.70 1.85
Tonopah Extension 1.25
Tcnopah of Nevada 7.75 _j-...
Itcscufi Cons 08 ...
OTHER DISTRICTS—
Searchlight Parallel 01% -02
OOLDFIELD DISTRICT—
Combination Fraction .67 .68
Daisy 1.37
Florence 8.95 3.07%
Goldneld Cona Mines ... 5.67%
Great Bend .44
Jumbo Extension .31 .33
Blue Bull .12 .12%
Diamondfleld Triangle 06 ...
Goldfleld Combination .0214
Goldfleld Portland 08 ...
Grandma .07
I .one Star 08
Mohawk Extension 0314 -03%
Oro 09% . ...
Adams.... 04%
Blue 801 l 07 .08
Kureka 6.00 7.60 M
Goldneld Lucky Bill ... .01
M;iltown Fraction .0114 .01
BULLFROG DISTRICT—
Bonnie Clare .IS .1614
Gold Bar ... -18
Mayflower Cods .1014 ••• -
Golden Scepter :.. .03% ...
Bullfrog Mg. Co. of Nev 05
Line Harris 6.09 7.00 M
MANHATTAN DISTRICT—
April Fool Extension .00?;
':s: •;■' Oil Stocks
Amalgamated 60.00 30.00
Associated Oil 29.00 80.00
Central Oil 1.00
Globe Oil .14
nice Ranch SO .90
Morning Sales
Johnnie—6ooo at 6V40 (B. 10); 24,000 at 6%c;
23,000 at 5%c.
Adams— at Be.
Triangle—looo at 6c.
Daisy—3oo at 11.88.
Fraction—2oo at 670.
Mayflower Cona.—2ooo at 110.
Llge Harris— at $7M.
Parallel—6ooo at mo.
. Oil Stocks
Associated—2o at 128.60; 10 at $29.
Afternoon Sales
Atlantic and Pacific— at 17,80 M.
Black Rock—6ooo at Jo.
Blue Bell—3ooo at 7%e. '
Bullfrog Mining—3ooo at 614e.
Combination Fraction—loo at 67a.
Consolidated—loo at $6.6214. • .
Daiay-100 at 11.22.
Johnnie— at 6140.
Mtlltown Fraction—B4,ooo at l%c.
Skldoo Blue Jay— at 12%e.
. SAN francisco" quotations
(Exclusive service to the Los Angeles Herald
by L. A. Crlsler & Co., members Los Angeles-
Nevada Mining Stock exchange, 305 San Fer
nando building, Los Angeles).
SAN FRANCISCO, April 29.—The leading
stocks of Goldfleld received a severe hammer
ing on the Bush street exchange today. Daisy
showed a loss of 20 points at the close, Gold
field Con. 10, Great Bend 3, Florence 214 and
Fraction 1. Trading was ' extremely light
throughout the entire list.
In the suk of the Florence Goldfleld Mining
company against the Little Florence Mining
company, the plaintiff was to have moved the
court for an order permitting It to file an
emended complaint, asked on the grounds that
th« latter was hurriedly prepared with a view
of ; getting an injunction restraining the
wrongful acts of the defendant. It Is alleged
that the defendant company, since the filing
of the original complaint, has done further
damage to the property of the plaintiff, and
that the damage done to the property was of
greater extent than was known at that time.
The complaint alleges that the defendant
has stoped to within the requisite five feet
In more than the 300-foot level and that It
has mined to within less than ten feet of the
working shaft. In opposition to the terms of
the lease. Further, that the defendant has
continued in dangerous mining and that by so
doing the plaintiff has been Injured to the ex
tent of $126,000.
Following are the closing quotations, together
with the regular call sales of the San Fran
cisco Stock and Exchange board:
GOLDFIELD DISTRICT— "" '■'••'1
• • Bid. - Ask. Bales
Adams 05 .06 ..;;.„.
Atlanta 24 .26 600
Booth -1» -2°
Black Butte Ex .\......02 .03 ....
Blue Bull •!• •!* ••"
Blue Bell ::::::: 07 .08 . 1000
B B Bonanza 01 .03 ....
Columbia Mountain 21 j .22 ....
Conqueror vl'Ht .0o ....
Combination Fraction ....; 66 , .67 ....
Crackerjack .08 .09 .•■•
Daisy 1.2214 1.2714 600
Triangle 06 .07 ....
Dlamondfleld B B Cons 17 .18. 1000
Dixie 01 .02 )m<>
Enpire •os .04..- ••••
Florence 1 «-92% 8.95
Florence Ex 18 .*0 ••■•
Frances Mohawk .15 ... •••■
Goldfleld Cons 6.60 6.55 260
Kuwanas | ';; jjjj
Great, Bend « .43 , 2000
Great Bend Annex 08 .0!) 2000
Great Bend Extension ..... .06 .07 ....
Grandma 07 .09
Jumbo Extension .32 .35 ....
Kendall ** .•« „ 60°
Lone Star 09 .10
Lou Dillon 04
Mllltown Fraction 03 .03 ....
Mohawk Extension 03 .04 ....
or co VBda.. G. oldfie. ld.::::::."::: ■ :iS v ■■:».. ;™>
Rod Top Extension 14 .16 600
Red Hills ••• 24 .« ....
Sandstorm 35 .86 100
St. Ives *? -35 m
Sliver Pick 21 .21 ....
Vernal *■•• •-°» •" . *•"
Yellow Rose 01y .02
Yellow Tiger ll ••• .>•;••
TONOPAH DISTRICT— ,
Belmont :.....' .. » l.» 1-20 •»
Jim Butler ..1 -30 .34
Midway; ■** •»•• ••'•
Montana I™ 1-««
McNamara JO. ■" ••••
North Star " •" ••••
Rescue Con -OS .10 ....
Tcnopah Mining 7.60 7.80 * .„.
Tonopah Extension 1.20 l.» 200
West End Cons 46 .4« 1600
|i BULLFROG DISTRICT-
Bullfrog' Mining .'. 06 ... ....
Bullfrog National Bank OS .10 ....
Bonnie Clare -I* ■••
Golden Scepter 04 .05- ....
SSifoi^::::: « •" E
Homestake King 31 .33
Montgomery Shos Ex 04 .«» ••••
Montgomery Mountain .... .13 .13 1000
Mayflower Cons 09 » .10
Original Bullfrog -03, .03 ....
Tramp Cons ; /•» . ■-» . ••■•
Yankee Girl 01 -os •—
MANHATTAN DISTRICT-
Llttle Grey .:..;...»..•.—. •• ■«
Manhattan: Cons .1' •» .
Manhattan Dexter 06 ■<* .... ••••
Mustang ™ . ..-•*", l""
Seyler Humphrey ... .o» , .«*>,; ••"
Stray Dog » •••■ ,•"?., ""
Thanksgiving •" '•••
OTHER DISTRICTS— ,
Fairview Eagle ..........'.. v .85 ...... ....
Johnnie Cons ■» — ••••
Nevada Hills :«a7::;; :™ ... . ';«
Prttsburg Sliver Peak .... 1.07% 1.10 850
Round Mountain .......... 110 *■" _ .;••»•
CARLOAD SHIPMENTS
OF CITRUS FRUITS
Shipments jof ' orange, " and lemon.
from I.M Angeles Monday, April 27,
reported by the California Fruit Grow
ers' exchange, were I*B carloads of
oranges and ,16 . carloads of lemons.
Total to date there were shipped 1»,
--138 carloads, of which 8158 were lem
on.. ; Lost season to date there were
shipped 16,708 carload., of which 1614
were lemon..
$ <St><S"S>^S><&<fc<*<*><*>^^ <**^^"* *
FOOLISH FINANCE
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SQUARE FINANCE
BASIS BY
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Not only docs the law fix a penalty for misrepresentation and exaggeration, but in nine out of ten cases the untruths act
as a boomerang.
Would you like to own stock in a first-class absolutely, that your money is being used for
company operating in the world-famous Gold- mining purposes and not for salaries, dinners,
field district? In a company where you know, automobiles and office rent?.
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THE QOLDFIELD TRINITY MINING CO.
Owns, outright, in the Goldfield zone, three full claims, on which the work done so far shows splendid results. The ore is get
ting richer with depth.
The gold-bearing veins or dykes thus far opened upon the The Wisdom claim presents a good showing and has been
property o, the co m pa ny -rf*** •« «T •JT"- UlTfosTSlt^fJ. 'gZSSTjfK'JSISXZ
at the now famous mines of Goldfield and which led to such pared tQ the values obtained at points further down show
phenomenal discoveries. Average values near the surface are 'an ever increasing value until at 50 feet they are somewhat
about the same also. This district has the distinction of mak- ore than double. The surface work done on the Love and
ing a poor showing near the surface (from $2 to $8) but very Justice claims amounts to 24 feet of shaft The formation is
hilh-erade rock is usually found when an ore shoot is worked the same. Considering the geological conditions, the general
down sonic hundreds of feet. The formation is a very wide formation'and the opinion of many who have prospected this
blanket of decomposed porphyry and talc containing vein ' locality, including mining experts, we are certain to get high
systems of various dimensions parallel to each other. The grade ores at a few hundred of feet of depth. The oresi have
trend of the main ledge is southeast to northwest and about thus far proved free milling and are therefore amenable to the
100 feet wide and is similar to that blanket in Rawhide in same treatment adopted by the operators throughout this
which the great strikes have recently been made. district.
ORGANIZATION—CapitaI Stock 1,000,000 shares, par $1.00 each; treasury stock, 599,995 shares. Held and paid for bjj
directors, 400,005 shares. Not a share has been issued, or will be, unless actually paid for.
-■ ROBERT L. ANDERSON, President ... -...318 Pacific Electric Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal.
" "" 1 P S BELL, Vice President -A. .319 Pacific Electric Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal.
C ANDREWS TYCHSEN, Secretary and Treasurer. .. .318 Pacific Electric Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal.
all monet is to b* B. ™ STANDISH, Director -.155 Kern St., Los Angeles, Cal.
used to make oijk rp q' TYCHSEN 318 Pacific Electric Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal.
property a mind. TRINITY BROKERAGE 'COMPANY, Transfer Agent, 318 Pacific Electric Bldg., Los Angeles, Cal.
thb dikectobate MERCHANTS TRUST COMPANY, Registrar. ..... .207-9-11 So. Broadway, Los Angeles, Ca .
i™™™ this. EX-JUDGE D. K. TRASK, Corporation Counsel, 521 Chamber of Commerce Bldg. Los Angeles, Ca .
insures this. piR J ST NATIQNAL BANK> D % OS itory • Second and Spring Sts., Los Angeles, Cal
''■• ■ ■ ) ADAM BROENING, Superintendent of Mines .................Goldfield, Nevada
There are no salaries paid to any of the officers of this company, and all business will be carried on as economically as is con
sistent with the character of this enterprise.
WE ARE ONLY OFFERING A SMALL BLOCK OF STOCK AT 10c
GOLDFIELD TRINITY MINING CO. "■SIT'
SAN PEDRO SHIPPING
By Associated Press.
SAN PEDRO, April 29.—The steam schooner
Saglnaw, Capt. Chrlstensen, from Grays Har
tor, brought In a full cargo of lumber for local
wholesalers.
The steam schooner Helene, Capt. Olsen,
four days from Raymond, brought In a cargo
of 700,000 fet of lumber consigned part to the
San Pedro Lumber company and part to the
Kerckhoft-Cuzner Lumber company.
The steamer Hanalel, Capt. McFarlane, ar
rived from San Francisco bringing a large
passenger and freight list.
The achooner Caroline, Capt. Westerdahl,
sailed today for Umpqua river to tie up pend
ing charter.
The steam schoner laqua, Capt. Johnson, fin
ished discharging a lumber cargo and departed
for- Eureka.
The schooner Meteor, Capt. Hopner, com
pleted unloading a lumber cargo here and Is
scheduled for departure tomorrow for Grays
Harbor.
The steamship State of California, Capt. Al
exander, came from San Diego, took on a list
of passengers and sailed for San Francisco.
The steam schooner Vanguard, Capt. Od
lund, discharged part of her cargo of lumber
here and sailed today for Santa Barbara with
the balance.
The steam schooner Thomas L. Wand, Capt.
Peterson, finished unloading her cargo today
and left for Grays Harbor.
The steamer Roanoke Is due tomorrow with
a large passenger and freight list.
San Francisco Shipping
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO. April 29.—Arrlved-Steam
er Santa Barbara from San Pedro; steamer
Panther from Santa Barbara; steamer Coos
Bay from San Pedro.
Sailed—Steamer Coaster for San Pedro.
FRUIT MARKET
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 29.—Fancy apples,
$1.75; common, 60c: navel oranges, [email protected];
Mexican limes, $5.50©«; common California
lemons, 76c®51.25; good to choice, $1.16021 fan
cy, $2.2502.00; bananas, $103.50; pineapples,
net.
Dried Fruit Prices j
By Associated Press.
NEW YORK, April 29.—The market for
evaporated apples Is quiet but holders as a
rule are not offering concessions; fancy, 10c;
choice, 7%@9c; prime, 7©7% c; common to fair,
(»@6%0. Prunes are unchanged with quota
tions ranging from 4®l4c for California and
from 5%@100 for Oregon fruits. ! Apricots are
unsettled with choice quoted at [email protected]; extra
choice, 16%@17c; fancy, [email protected] Peaches are
easy choice, 9%@10o; extra choice, 10#10%o;
fancy, lO%011c; extra fancy, 11%@12c. Raisins
are dull and nominal; loose muscatels, 6©6!« c;
seeded, [email protected]; London layers, $1.2001.25. ,
Chicago Live Stock
By Associated Press.
CHICAGO, April 29.—Cattle-Receipts about
16 000; market, good for heavy; others weak;
beeves. $4.6007.20; Texans, [email protected]; westerns,
$4 0007.90; stockers and feeders, $3.6006.65;
calves, $4.5006.25.
Hogs-Receipts 21,000: 5010 higher; lights,
X "Ofeo.eO; mixed and heavy, [email protected]; rough,
$n'15&5.35; pigs, [email protected]; bulk, $5.5085.60.
Sheep—Receipts about 20,000; weak to 10c
lower- natives, $4.7605.26; westerns,, [email protected];
yearlings, $6.2606.90; lambs, $5.7607.50; west
erns. [email protected]
Pacific Coast Trade
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, April 29.—Flour, family
extras, [email protected]; bakers, [email protected]; Oregon and
Washington, $4,904*5.40; shipping wheat, J1.62%
(ft 1.66; milling, $1.6bi4®1-70; feed barley, $1.38%
(M 1.42%; brewing, [email protected]%; red oats, $1.42%®
lfS; white, $1.52%i&1.65; gray, $l-M©l-«2%;
middlings. $33®36; mixed feed, $274(29; rolled
barley $29®30; oatmeal. $4.10; oat groats, $4.40;
rolled oats, $34®35; wheat hay, $16©20; wheat
and oat [email protected]; wild oat, $12<5>15.60; tame oat,
[email protected] 50; alfalfa, [email protected]: straw, [email protected]; pink
beans [email protected]; lima, [email protected]; small white,
%l [email protected]; large white, [email protected]; Oregon Bui
banks [email protected]$1.10; Merced sweets. $2.W<)>3; new
potatoes. l%j|2-)4c; green peas, %l!a>1.50; string
beans, [email protected]%o; green peppers, 17%@25c: toma
toes [email protected]; summer squash, $1.2501.75; as
paragus, 306 c; rhubarb, [email protected]; garlic, 18
Receipts—Flour, 4530; wheat, 1845; barley,
16?0- oats. J5; beanß, 620; corn, 760; potatoes,
«OSO- onions, 160; bran, 490; middlings, 650;
hay 380; bides, 1964; wine, 19,600.
Butter, Eggs and Cheese
By Associated Press.
SAN FRANCISCO, April SS.-Fancy cream
ery butter, 31% c; second., 21c; fancy dairy, 21.
New chee»e, 11%@12c; Young America, 12®
13%0. Ranch eggs, 21o; store, 19c.
CHICAGO, April 29.—0n the produco ex
change today the butter market was easy;
cieamerles, 19®25c; dairies, [email protected] Eggs were
steady at mark, casos Included, 141*0; firsts,
liiia; nrlnia firsts. 15& a. Cheese, steady, 115112.
FINANCIAL
LO3 ANGELES, April 29.—Bank clearings
were $2,223,782.80, against $2,329,929.76 for the
corresponding date last year, a decrease of
$106,146.96. Following Is a comparative state
ment:
1908 1907 1906
April 27 $1,614,136.98 $1,897,723.3« $2,018,036.05
April 28 1,723.651.38 2.079.549.95 1,767,195.65
April 29 2,223,782.80 2,329,929.76 2,501,649.69
LOS ANGELES ItOCK EXCHANGE
Official sales—s Associated Oil at $29; 10
Home Telephone pfd. at $47; 45 do at $47.50.
Bonds
Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil Co 74% 80
Corona Power and W. Co 93
Edison Electric Co. Ist rfdg .... SO 95
Edison Elec. Co., old Issue 95
Home Telephone Co 76% 85
L A. Stove Co 92
L. A. Railway Co 104
Pac. Light and P. Co 100
Pasadena H T and T Co „ .. 77%
Pcmona Con. Water Co 8^
Riverside H T and T C 0... 80
Santa Monica B H T & T Co.. .. 80
San Diego H T and T Co 80
Temeacal Water Co 100
Union Transportation Co 85 88%
Whlttler H T and T Co 90
Bank Stocks
Bid. Asked
American National 125.00
American Savings Bank 115.00
Bank of Los Angeles 116.00
Broadway Bank and Tr. C 0....130.00
Cal. Savings Hank 130.00
Central National 140.00
Citizens National 200.00
Commercial National 160.00
Equitable Savings Bank 220.09 300.00
Farmers & Mer. Nati0na1...'...266.00 300.00
First National 380.00 420.00
Otrman American Savings 265.00 315.00
Globe Savings Bank 103.00 116.00
Home Savings Bk of L A 105.00
Merchants National ,425.00
Merchants Trust Co 80.00
National Bank of Cal 160.00 200.00
fiecurlty Savings Bank 240.00 300.00
Southern Trust Co 70.00
Miscellaneous Stocks
Bid. Asked.
Cal. Portland Cement 74.00
California Hospital 96. m
Kdlson Electric pfd 70.00 73.00
Edison Electric corn 60.00 61.50
Home Telephone pfd 47.00 47.75
L. A. Athletic Club 10.00
1.. A. Brewing Co 96.00
L. A. Investment Co 2.15 2.35
Occidental Life Ina Co 160.00
Pac. Mut. Life Ins. Co 185.00 225.00
Pcsadena H T and T Co 31.60
Riverside H T and T Co 60.00
Santa Monica BUT and T Co 30.00
Title G. and T. Co. pfd 157.00 200.00
Title I. and Tr. Co. pfd 133.00
Title I. and Tr. Co. com 133.00
Title I. and Tr. Co. series C... 133.00
U S L D T and T Co. pfd.... 40.00 &1.00
Whlttler Horns T and T C<* , 90.00
Oil Stocks
Bid. AEked.
Amalgamated Oil 68.50 60.00
Associated OH 29.00 29.75
Brookshlre Oil 2-20
Central 80 l-« 0
Columbia "9 -90
Ccntinental 16%
Elk Cons. Oil Co 05
Fullerton Oil 40
Globe , lrt -15
Mexican Petroleum / 1.30 1.38
New Perm. Pet. Co .(. .70 .90
Final Oil Co , 20.00
OHnda Oil Co 09 .11%
Rice Ranch 1.05
Union 221.50 226.00
Union Provident Co 218.00 226.00
United Petroleum 375.00
DAILY MINING CALL
Official sales—looo Con. Mines at lo; 12,000
Jrhnnie Cons, at 5%c; 8000 do at 5%c; 0000 do
(B, 30) at 5%c.
Listed Stocks
CALIFORNIA
OREENWATER DISTRICT- Bid. Ask.
Clark Copper Co 07% .10%
Furnace Creek Copper 60
Furnace Creek Ex Copper 01 .06
Furnace ValHy Copper 01 .12%
Kempland Copper Co 05
So. Furnace Creek .04
Cal. Hills M. Co 00% .00%
Consolidated Mines Co 01 .01%
Slate Argus QM Co 07% .10
NEVADA
FAIRVIEW DISTRICT—
Fairview Central •■• -I*
GOLDFIELD DISTRICT—
Goldnold Cons. Mines Co 5.06 6.23
Goldfleld Wild Horse 00% .07
ioldfleld Storm King GM Co 00% -03
Nevada Ooldflsld Dev. Co 04 ,OD6
* JOHNNIK DISTRICT—
Johnnie Con. O M Co 05?. .05%
SEARCHLIGHT DISTRICT—
Cyrus Noble rt •«*%
F,ldorado Can GM Co .0014 .01
Gold Coin 01
NeTada "searchlight' '. 00% .01%
Quartette »•"
Searchlight M and M Co I.OJ
Clearing House Banks
• NAME ■■ - OFFICERS -. . ; -:"-. 'v /
Partners & Merchants National Bank \^ sSgs£-£S£2?°'
■** Corner Fourth and Main. Capital t1.800.W0. Surplus and Profits. 11.700.00*.5t. ■
:__♦ KT.tinniil ■Rant- J. M. ELLIOTT, President.
irst National Hank w T a HAMMONDi casual
Capital Stock $1,280,000.00.
B. K. corner Second and Spring. Surplus and Profits. tMtO.OM.tt.
Merchants Nationalßank Z^o^^i^^^T^L^
*■«■ . '. 1: Capital. $200,000.00. . '
B. B. corner Third and Spring. Surplus and Profits. 1800.000.
A merfcan National Bank ?hZ'3?sS%£:Z£T':-
-** Capital. $1,000,000.00.
8. W. corner Hecond and Broadway. Surplus and Profits. $178,000.0*-
N ofin -.1 8..1, nt r> a i:forn!a *• B- FIBHBURN. President.
ational nans, ot caiuornia a w FISHn uRN. c»»hi«r.
- ? ■ ' Capital $600.000.0u.
N. B. corner FonrtX and Sprtac Burplna and Undivided Profits $lttt.Hs
entral National Bank tK^sToZiZ"""*'
V" B. B. corner Fourth and Broadway. Capital. $300.000; Surplus. IMO.OO*. '
"D roadway Bank & Trust Company Z A3^S£l?%l£Z^'-
JLJ / Capital, $260,000, Surplus and TJadk
m-Sie Broadway. Bradbury building. vlded Profits. $191.000. (
T~. n , _ . R. J. WATER 3. President.
Citizens National Bank A j. waters, caabiar. >
'.., ■»;. ■.-.; /, • . ■'.: Capital. $900,000. ' '
B. W. earner Third and Main. Surplus and Profit*. tOT.OOI.
„-. .. r^T ~~ W. A. BONYNQE. Pruldant.
ommercial National Bank c n. flint, Catalan. '
Capital. $300,000. ' ]
a 401 South Spring, cor. 4t»- Surplus and Proflta, WOW.
TT nited States National Bank F^£rg. IDg3K£- F"lM^ I
\J -'.:'. Capital, $*00.000. • ' X)
H. m. fwrror Mi.ln sn* romnwclat Surplus and Profits. MO.OW.
'TPhe National Bank of Commerc© charlbs kwin'o. cashier. I
K^orneroT-ffaln. Capital. WW BnrpWtao^V
». « W. J. WASHBURN, President; WILLIS H.
Equitable Savings Bank gffggHg&fegg:
QECURITY « REAL ESTATE
b^UKU i LOANS NOW" '^
A VINGS BANK BEING MADE I
( Safety and Profit
An eminently safe investment for money, either In small or large »»»«"*"•
is offered. The investment is of such a character that two separate
earnings are derived from the same capital. The Investment also in
crcasef rapidly In value. All investments made by the Company are se
cured by first mortgages upon income real estate. For Information, call
or write for Booklet No. 1.
Los Angeles Bond and Mortgage Co.
100 SECURITY BUILDING FIFTH AND SPRING STS.
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA
Searchlight Parallel 01% -02V4
Searchlight Western <■»
Unlisted Stocks
NEVADA
TONOPAH DISTRICT- ,> ■ . ■;,';,!
Belmont I'" *•"
Golden Anchor m ■?*
Jim Butler •• •*> •«
Montana *•" 1"
McNamara « •»? •
Midway ?° •"
Ncrth Star 11 >la
GOLDFIELD DISTRICT—
Adams «5 .Ob
Blue Bull W .14
Hlue Bell •• -02
Booth 19 -f.
Black Butte Ex .'.....r. , 0} .03
Columbia Mountain .21 •22
Conqueror >• °* . ";>
Combination Fraction 66 .67
Daisy l-« 145
Dlx |a 01 .03
Diamondfleld Triangle 06 .07
DiamondQeld B B Cons 16 .17
Empire 03 • •«♦
Florence 3.»» 3.97
Frances Mohawk 16 .16
Great Bend '•« .46
Gi eat Bend Exten .08 : .07
Goldfleld Cons Mines 0.60 6.87
Jumbo Exten 51 •■•
Kendall ' •£ -JJ
Lone Star j 09 ■ «
Pot latch JJ ■ •}•
Red Top Extension I* .15 .
Red Hills » -M
Sandstorm -14 ■»»
Silver Pick =° •*>
St. 1ve»..... 3» -31
4 .......... ..^-■■« .-j--v .;-■■■"-'-.■.;■.■'.■■'■".: t'■!■■•■ : • -V-.'.. ■.'
Yellow Tiger 11
BULLFROG DISTRICT—
Kullfrog Mining 06 .OS
Gild Bar 18. .19
Gulden Scepter 03 .05
Homestake King 30
Montgomery Mountain 13 .11
National Hank 08 .10
Original Bullfrog <O -03
Tramp Cona 25 ...
* ■ »
APPOINTS EGG AND
BUTTER COMMITTEES
For the purpose of adjusting prices the pro
duce exchange has appointed an egg commit
tee and a butter committee.
The egg committee i« J. C. Richardson,
chairman; C. W. Thompson, J. Huber. M.
Cami.au. W. M. McHay, W. F. Layton and
The butter committee Is J. B. Jacobs, chair
man; D. M. Dorman, S A. W. Carver, E.
Burr and AJolph Fleishman.
♦-♦♦■
PRICES OF METALS
IN NEW YORK MARKET
<4> NEW YORK, April 29.—Copper—<*,'
<•> I.uk.>, [email protected] electrolytic, <&
X sr:,.".il«i'l-;.li;' ; ; Cttstta*. *12.37Mi® •
a 13.50. ■ ■ .•« ;•■■<?>
X Lead—»[email protected] , .<*
<& ■32.25® 83 SO. ,f
X Silver— York. BSHe. ;<■ • '
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