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FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
SINGLE STOCKS
SHOW ACTIVITY
GENERAL LIST REMAINS INERT
AND UNRESPONSIVE
READING, SECOND PREFERRED,
ADVANCES RAPIDLY
Notwithstanding the Outgo of Gold to
South America and Low Ruling
of Exchange Rate, Cash
Increases
. mist til Press]
NEW YORK, Dec. 23.—Tim move
merits of Individual stocks which,ha
boen the feature of tin. stock market
for several days weirs even more vio
lent today, while the general lit wag
even more inert ami unresponsive.
Heading second preferred was
rushed to UT 1.. by leaps and bounds.
There Is a privllcKo of exchange of
this stock Into first preferred and
common stock In equal parts, and sim
ilar movements in ii"- second ■ stock
have often been made before to the
accompaniment of rumors that this
privilege was to be exercised.
What advantage would accrue to the
company Is not clear, as tho dividend
claim of the stock at the pre til time
Is limited to 4 per cent, while tho half
exchange Into common stock would
share in the claim to the C per cent
rate now paid on that stock.
Almost equal obscurity surrounds
the volatile rise In Rock Island. The
failure of the preferred stock to share
in the movement increased the sus
picion felt toward It.
The rise in Wabush preferred was
connected with the Rock Island
in the day's conjectures.
The demand was alleged to come
from Rock Island Interests, and this
renewed the surmises of a coming
Juncture of Rock Island and t,ehlgh
Valley through the medium of the
Wabash.
The call loan rate ranged from 5*4
per cent upward, keeping alive the
supposition that flurries might occur
before the end of the year, In spite,
of the gold outgo to South America
and the ruling rate of New York ex
change at Chicago at par or under,
an Increase of 12,600,000 in cash hold-
Ings is computed.
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales,
par value, 13,087,00. United States
bonds were unchanged on call.
New York Stocks
Special «ervlc» tn The Hural.r by .1 C. \Ml
■on, 212 Weal Fifth strict, l.os Ahk»l'-«.
NEW YORK, Dm. 23.-I'-ollowlng were quo
tations today:
Balm tlonk High. Low. PM A>X.
■ Allla-chaltaan \yi x i.'il;
do preferred MU 51%
17.200 Amalgam Copper .W4 «74 87 ]4 87*4
• Am n.-.-t Sugar .. .. ...<■ 44 4*14
i" preferred ... ' 7114 7;i
1.200 Am Can i'm 131J rp, IS us
2,200 do preferred .... 81S SOlj 8014 8li»
700 Am Car & K.ly .. .1 , 7!', 71% TIM
do prrKm-it lls'i 1:0
400 Am Cotton oil .... II Cv>. i.-,»i r>«
10 preferred li, / , 107
100 Am li-o Becurltle». 2:.H :;i)4 ;ji % 25%
Am I.liiw.l U t IH4
300 Bo preferred .... 42 414 41 * 42 |
MO Adi amative .. to (0 .vTi f>»
do preferred 11l 115
K.IOO Am Sin & Raff ..1 ■■.■, 10714 lK*k 1"24
800 do preferred „..11114 Hi i 110% in',
MAm hni irVi U1 Ill's ijj'
."i do preferred ....lllVi 11l 121 122
300 Am Nteel Fdy .... 644 644 MW M
1.100 Am T*T Co ....142% 142 H2*, H2sj
300 Am fob pfd :■•', !.;,% M i>o'i
Sift Am solan .... J7(j 37'j 37 38 "
LOO do preferred ....106V1 1"5 i"i\ 106,4
4,100 Anaconda Sf"!i 49T4 HII4 M%
Tin Atlantic C Line ...137 137 ISU 137
1,300 A T & Santa FV.UIH m% lilM 13114
800 ii.> preferred ....105^4 US loi'i lur.v*
1,100 Bait & Ohio HIM 117*4 11774 US
100 do preferred .... »i M 01 M
1,500 II H T M 7V'4 TIM IMi
300 Canadian Pacific I7:i'» |T9Vt
Laos c i 11 K7 i»% Sii'i Ril^i
200 C*• A 67>i 87(»• >•''•'<! «7
1,510 c .v a\v 214. LT, «i»4 am
300 to preferred A.. 88!4 117 i!?'^ . Sql ,
SH*) do prefurreil 11 . :'^'» 28 -"■' 1 2IVi
100 C « N W M 1-1 ISO% ISI> 4
1,100 <' M& St P IMVi 1571 1571 i lS? 1*
100 do prtrerrtd ....in 17. 1 171', 1724
400 Central Leather .. 17", t»% 4ti^ I«H
do preferred 10!j los»i
800 Cent at N .1 31:1 312 310 813
800 CC C • 8t 1 MM Slli 81,4 '--':
li tcrrod lOSVi lOS'.j
1,100 Colo iii- 1 & Iron.. 61 4»5J 4;^ i-i ,
do preferred .... ill 120
300 Col Hock C.V 1 .. .■■•-, N H174 90
Colo Southern :.Vi ,"il
too do Ist preferred.. Sl'i M 61 81' i
do 2J itreferred '. 10 11
•,90(l,Consohdated (/M..IS9M 168 16814 l>' ;
2(V) Corn Products .... 12% 2244 22^4 2274
600 da preferred .... 65% M>, sj v. ,
400 Del * Hudson ....IS7 ISHj ISS 189
200 d 1. .■;■ W no 620 COS no
WWID&RO, E9H Dl«i 61?4 C2U
2,f,00 do preferred .... S7^ 801* M% -,
.100 Distill Securities.. 37V» 3i',i 37 37%
Duluth I 1 & A i>;> 4 i7'j
do preferred ... 32 33
S.IOO Erie 9314. 33<4 33Vi 334
1,500 ,1 . Ist preferred.. 60V4 49>,i 494 49?4
1,300 do 2.1 preferred.. I) X '■"■''> 39^4 40
100 Gen ISlcctrio lUM ICIH4 lW'/i lM"i
1.800 tit North Ore .... 81 1, So"i So>4 81
1.300 at North pfd 143% 1131, Ut<A U3>4
Illinois Central HO»4 117
I.IM Inter-Met I4H 2U4 .'■!»» MM
1,000 do preferred .... up- (io% (0% II
. 100 Inter Paper Kilj 16V4 IB* 15%
do preferred SIM II
1,000 Inter Pump M 51 62% 6254
. 100 do preferred .... 90^4 BOU S9H '■"'
200 lowa Central IMi S!iH W& M
100 do preferred .... 53«4 53"4 U .". 1
600 X C Southern <:;;» 43'^ •i:i\ 44
do preferred 71 72
100 L 15 & Western.... 23 25
do preferred 57V4 CO
800 L & n i.*i, 15« i..;. 1- 13.1
200 Mai-kay „ „,, 91V4 ill Him, !U>i
:;■«) do preferred .... 7714 77V4 77 77%
Manhattan 133 140
Met St Ry 20 1'::
1,100 Mix Central ...... MM 23V4 MM 23%
Minn & kit J. ... 52 63
do preferred .... :. ... 83,4 SO
1.100 »I St F & S s M.. 14014 13814 188H ltil'f,
■ 100 do preferred ....15« 116 154 151V4
7,30 i) Mo Kan & Texas.. ':", ISM Wt 48%
100 ■ do preferred .... 73% 7314 7:; 71
700 Mo Pucltlo 71% 7114 71 71V4
' 1.000 National Lend .... Mi 1, 8814 •*!« tH%
...... do preferred 10914 110
...... National Bl«CUlt 11l 111!•
do preferred 123 121%
N V Air Brake MM M
IJII N V Central 12374 123 123 12314
100 n v c & St i- .... tic 65 04% 65
do Ist preferred 102 110
...... do(2d preferred Vi M
. 400 N v N- II A H ....K. 1* 157% 15074 1-' '.
100 N V out & West.. ni'i 4914 a 4914
1,800 Norf & Western.. 911% M M 98M
100 do preferred .... MM HW4 89 8914
100 N American ...... 84% Bi% HM ■
SOON Pacific. 14514 145 144% Mr.
...... Omaha , 155 ICO
" do preferred ..■ 165 1™
...,;. Paoll Coast 107 110
300 Pacific Mall ...... -II 41 40% 42
. 24.700 Pennsyl R R 137%' 136% 13674 137
800 Peoples Clas 116 11514 115% ir>!i
600 PltUburg Coal .... 2814 2774' 2714 2774
6,400 do' preferred .... 76% 7514 16% MM
1,000 PCC& st L .... 9914 0894 m% M
'd" preferred ...... ... 110 110
300 Praia Steal Car .. 52 53 53 v 5214
„....' do preferred ... i 105. 106
By Steel Hprlngs.. .'. ... BIV4 53
„...., do preferred ' ... 10414 107 .
CARLOAD SHIPMENTS
OF CITRUS FRUITS
■'■ \ Shipment* of oranRPH anil lemon* ■;■■
•> from Loa Angeles Tnr»il:i,v. December <p
• ••, (1, worn 38 carloads of <iri'H(ffH and ■ •
<•>' 0 curl is of lemons. Total to date ■•>
• ; there hare Item ahlpped I'-'llil rurlon.N, ••
'•< of which I'll hum been lemons, l.:i-t ■•)
■•> Hi-iioiin to ilate there were shipped ■•,
•.•> ISM carloads, of which S3B were '•>
• ■ Ic'uunN.
....;. J><JkJ^><s^Jx|>
lEC.IOO Reading 172V4 17114 i"'"i 171%
do lit preferred 01% '.'I
1,800 do Id preferred. lI7H I"' 111 H3'i
..\... Republic I& 8 4514 46
000 .1.. preferred „,.104'i 101 101 1041 ■
18«,800 Rock bland Co .. 40% 48% 4HI 48%
6,8'» do preferred .... K% 92% mi II
100 Blosa Short 8 & 1.. 80V4 S<i'4 MM 17
do preferred ....HC',4 11614 "'■ 118
700 It It * S P 1 pf.. TV-/, Ml 473 73t4
1,400 do 2d preferred.. BUTi 07% UK 69'/.
St I, & 8 W 32% 23
200 do preferred .... m 71*4 79% 80
9,r,00 Southern Pacific..l34l4 f13% 188TI 131
3,700 Southern Ky 31% . 8114 8114 31%
NO do prefern .1 .... 7314 72V4 72% 73
T.mi Copper ... 88 3D
400 TexilH i.n Ifla ::.\ Sii M 8614
600 Third Avi. 18% W/t I* 16Vi
200 Toledo St I. & W.. 58 58 f.2','j pi
700 do' preferred .... 7014 7OK 70 7014
700 Twin City 11 T ..111 115 in 11414
i.u'ki Union II & Paper, 1114 II 1114 '-
do preferred 75 7614
11,000 Union Pacific .. ■.'■■\ 20114 »1% 201»;
200 do preferred ....Ml 1":::>4 108' , 103%
Un Rdl of B V 41 43
do preferred "2 7:1
U DC 1 ril.i; '.. 32 33
4hi do preferred .... 84V4 W M •M'
f>oo U B Uulibcr W% G3'4 63V4 5*
SOO do Ist preferred..US 11714 11714 111
do Id (erred MM M
77,2iW V 8 Bteel C0r.... 0114 1014 8014 60%
S,4'K) .i , preferred ....12514 '-'■" 125 12.V4
2,!h«1 Utah Copper- CMi 63% DS'i OO'-i
2,400 Va-Car I'hom Co.. 63% II 53*; 53%
100 do preferred 131 120 12SU 127
1,700 Wabasti -i 21% 21% 21%
4:»>0 do preferred ....<.<)*i M% • «0!i 60?,
100 .|| Fargo Ex . 650 »60 HO 700
800 Western Union .. 7714 Ml 4 7«14 -77
200 Westlnghouse 11l ■ 814 81% 82
W • I. i; »\ 9.a
; do lit preferred IS 19
100 do J.I preferred,. 10 10 10 1014
200 Wise Central 40 •• fiM 48 ■*:•
Am 11 *■ I. Ti 7%
100 do preferred .... M% '■'■'- 4';1 * 47
700 Aim Alt .'. 'I. 1714 47 MM 4714
do preferred 101
Beth si.ti MH 14
do preferred • 67' a '■'
1.200 N 1-iiuM & S 29 27>4 27% 25"4
do nreferred (7 93
I.i Tel & Tel 47"! 41
do preferred ' 93 M
V s Realty M 83
1,100 West Maryland .. 61 UK Dl 6114
Total sales—7l«,Ooo shares.
> New York Bonds
Special Mrvte* to The Hi lid by J. C. Wil
ion, til Weil Fifth tweet, Una Angclw,
member Ban Francisco an* • tattern ex
changes.
NEW* V'.i:K. Dec 23.—Following were eloa-
Ing quotation! today: Hid. Ank.
A ten lion lien 4s 99% MO
do C ii. I- I-I'i '-"
i: a O Ist <* 99 '■<■>%
i: RT. 4. knt *«H
Colorado Industrial 6s 83 , S5
U s Realty la 89Vi '■">
Rock land Pol 4» 6t»H M
Hovthein ■ iclHc Rel 4s !Ulj »4*i
do Col 4s , 91>j '■'-
do Cony H MM 1044
Union l'aolrlo Ist 4 lOMi 102
do Cony «a 115 lISV4
0 I si... i la ...1 K's'4 Wi
United Railway «■ 74 74■* ,
Waba»h Deb i- 7«V4 7fili
Wei .mi l'aclnn 8s 97 97"4
JupaneHß 4m »77i 88>i
do, Ut 4V4i 94' i U%
do 2d *%» M*4 MH
UH 2s Reed V 114 103
l, Coupon 10114
V 8 la Reed 101% 102'j
.1,. Ci upon ....'. Ml"* KWV4
D 8 I- X K.I 1141* H6'i
do Coupon 'I.".':* 11'
Panama M I'»H 1«1'4
do IMb l"1- lul'.i
Treasury Statement
WASHINQTON, Deo, 23—The condtlon of
tin treasury at the beginning of business today
was as follows:
Trust funds: Gold ''"I". t577.215.589: silver dol
lars, »4S*UIS,OOO; liver dollars of IS9O, J3.5M.000;
■liver certiorates outstanding;, |1Wi,315,000.
general fund: Standard silver dollars In
Keneral fund. $1.18«.6«r.: PurrAt liabilities,
(104.i105.903: wurklnß balance In treamirj' cifncep,
124,359.319',; In banks to credit of treasurer of
,1,,. U. B.i |37,369,3!)4; su!isl<llnry sliver coin,
$15,512,067: minor coin, 11.037.678; total balance
In general fund, J50.239,013.
CITRUS FRUIT REPORT
ST. LOL'IS
ST. I/Mi.-. Dec. 23.—Cloudy, cold. Market
Is advancing, l'lve cars Hold. Florldan, $2.10
to $3.60. ■ ■_
IfEMONS •
Royal '.' C C iron* *r'or'
Old lory Q C Corona 4.05
Silence Q C Corona 4.20
O I C Q C Corona 4.85
Pennant Q C I'm.ma 4.80
Cry Baby Q C Corona ■ 4.50
BOSTON
BOSTON, Deo, ■ Three cars sold. Cold.
Marks easier.
NAVELS
Marlsopa Fy C 0 U $2.35
Winter Haven Fy C C U I.M
Marguerite Xc C C U hm
mil ADI I IMIIA
PHILADELPHIA, Dec 13 One car navels
and one car lemons sold. Also r.sno boxes
Florida* from 11.40 to J4.05; average, $1.55.
Orapolrult. $160 to $3.65; average, $2.60. Tan
gerines, 11.15..1.70; average, 11.48.
NAVELS— Re dand Illua Label C c Lind
say, $1.95,
LEMONS-Oolden Sceptre Or Rialto O Co,
$1.00; Redskin, $3.40.
NEW YORK
NEW YORK, Dec. 23.—Four cars navels and
three cars* lemons sold. Market firm but
with easier tendency on navels. I,emons easier.
Weather cloudy, cold.
NAVELS
Tuck Fy Oreen & Epelch Co $2.05
Pooahontas T C C Ex -'•"•"'
m, Whitney T CC Ex •••• 2.20
Tulip T C C Ex 1-SO
Hollywreath Fy C C U 190
LEMONS—BIue Seal A C Q Ex $4.80; Red
Shield A C '"■ Ex. $3.90; Green Crown, 11.70:
Ilerger Place Fancy. $2.|70: Choice. $2.15;
Standard. $1.80; Protection Fy Ohio Lemon
Co, $3.60; Buckeye Ch, $2.•>.'>.
CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
Or. Urn. Ttls.
Wednesday, Dec. 23 .i S3 Is 51
Total to date thl« season .... 778 482 1260
Total to date last seamn ....1030. 072 1002
FRUIT MARKET
SAN I'TIANCISCO, Dec. -Fruits -Fancy
apples, 75cOtli common, doff6sc.
Berries Cranberries, $8.50011.
(Siapes—Ordinary, 40i&85o. /
Tears—Common. Wo; fancy, $1.25. t
I'omceranateß—sl.6oo2;.
rerslmmons—soc®sl.!!s.
Orunses—Navels, $1.6502.50.
Mi clean limes—J4(g'4.&o.
Lemons—Common California, $1.50{j2.50; good
to choice, ¥■■'•'■■■-•<■ fancy, $4tr4.60.
Tropical fruits—Bananas. 60e®53.25; pineap
plea, $2J}3. .
Local Lumber Prices
Oregon Pine — Rough, (510260. according
-„i iiu; flooring, |»7.60<] 12.G0; stepping, }5U
4j)62.60; celling, 1J8042.60, according to
thickness and grade; rustic, |!>4lto| Inter
ior finish. ».■.(!& 55.
Redwood — Rough, (22030; clear, surfaced,
;.1,, .1 -15; siding, $256(i 30; rustic. $42.50<8>43;
ceiling. 1:5042.50, according to thickness;
pickets, (20<S>':S; shingles, $2.25©2.75; ce
dars, $2.25; ishakt-s, JlSgiSC^ltt
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 24, ino!>.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
Special larvlea to The Herald by J. C. Wil
•on, 212 West fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board
of trnde, Slock an 1 Bond ixiliangu of San
Francisco.
SAN FnANCIKCO, Deo. 23.-Th« following
were the doslni quotations: Bid. Ask.
MISCELLANEi Bi INDB -
Alameda Artesian wCo Ii ' 05
ABsoclatod CHI Co Si s!^
Jlay Counties Power Co 5i 10114
Cnl Central Gas and E[ec 6s 10814
Cal ' laa and El Gen M& i! T UOVi 10114
California SI Cable Co r,s 108
California Wine An Ba MM
City Blei me Co 6a M - 82*4
Contra Costa, Water Co Ds laYi
do Qen Mtß fa Hl4
Edison Eleo Co of L A 5s 10114
Edison Light and Power Is 10714
i.iii and Cliff House liy la . 103
Hawaiian Com and B 6a 10*!
Lake Tahoe Ily and '1' Co ta (714
Los 1 ngelei Blec Co 6a 10814
Lee Angeles <;.. and El Co 5s 10814
Los Angelas Railway 6a 101 109,4
Los Angeles Lighting Od 6i 10114
L A I'ac 11 It Ist Con Ht| Da 10714
L A paa R It of Cal 6a 10814
Marln Water and Power Co la ....100 106.
Market Street Cal le la 107
do Ily Ist Cons Mm Ca 101 104
M v and Mi TamalpaU B Hy 5s .. IB 101
Northern Ry of Cal 5« .$. 114%
North Pao Coast 11 i. sn> 101 102V4
Northern Cal Power Co 6a 100 101
Northern Electric Co '■- 00% 05
Oakland flax Light and II 6a 103V4
Oakland Trsntl Co on 11'»', 3
Oakland Transit 6a 10914
Oakland Transit Con 5s 10714 11. i
i.. and Traction Con 6a 97
Oakland Traction Co lit 00 ' 93',i
Oakland Water Co Old 6a '■ '
Omnibus Cable Railway la 108%
Paclfla fins Imp 4.1 87
Paclllc Electric Ry Co 6a 108 10! M
Pacific Light and Power Co 5« M
Pac Light and Power (ltd 6a .... 10214
Pacific Tel and T*l Co Si 102%
Park and Cliff House Ry 'is 108
Park and Ocean II It la 104%
Peoples WaUr Co 6a 7614 75V4
Powell Street Railway t* 10114 ... .
Bacto Eleo Oaa and Ry '.- 102
B V and 8.1 Valley Ry fa 11314 111
9 V oak an i Ban Jose Hy Ss 108>i
do Id litg i* : •• 95 M
H I' Oak and H J Con Ky 6s .... 1414 »s(i
Sierra Hy of Cal Is 10714
8 P it It of Ariz la l»10 IMI4
s i' 1! It of Cal ta 1912 101
BPltltof ial I-•: 0 ltd gis 11614
B P Branch Ry of Cal M IMI4 . .
B P 11 R Co let Refi la 98% K%
Stockton Oaa and El Corp (is 8H
B V Water Co (Jen Htg i« 92% 93H
United Om mid iIiBCo 6a 10114 102
United R it of s f la 7614 76V4
Val iii n and Napa V R R 6s 78
Valley Countlea Power Co 6a 101 103
WATER STOCKS
Martn County &>
Hi>rfng Valley Water Co 6014
OAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS—
City Electric Co 4114 47
N i'.il Power, Co Con 47 48
Pasllla Lighting Corp i'M ~* ■'>
do common , till ■•• i
INSURANCE STOCKS—
California ins Co 81
Fireman's Fund 535
BTREBT RAILROAD STOCKS—
Ciill'ornia 130 I 5" .
Pretldlo 2-
POWDER STOCKS—
Ciant Consolidated Co I»H
BUOAB STOCKS—
Ha«»llan Cora and Sugar Co ...... 37 SS
Honokaa Sugar Co 1914 -"'«
Hutchli Fugar Plantation UK 11
Kllauea iuuir Plantation 1414
Makawell Sugar Co 6014
Onom*?a Sugar Co Ed 1* 6:1
Pauuhau B I 1 Co ....' *714 28
Union Bugar Co 66%
( ill, STOCKS
ABFOcIated Oil Co 49% 60
Sterling Oil and Dcv Co 3% 41i
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS—
Alaska Packers Anon 1614 8G
Cul Fruit Carmen Aaan Wit 101
M V and mi Taraali sla B Hy IN
IM. Auxiliary Kin /.larm :i
Tacillc Coast Borax Co IM ..,
Poo Tel and Tel i.fi 97
.1.. common 47(4 4S
Uornlna aajaa 16,000 B P lief 4s at 96%; 3000
United Hy 4s at 75(4; WO Sin ins V Water Is
at 93' 11, COO Peoples Water la at 76%; 125
Asßd Oil at 60; 10 do at 49%; 65 Spring V
Water at 50%; 50 Union Sugar at 6614.
Afternoon t-alcs-5»00 City Eleo 5s at 91%;
10OUO 8 V IW 4a at 96%; 6000 vac L. and P
6j at 102*4) 16,000 Un Ry 4a at 73; I Alaska at
sr.li; 60 City in,., at ISHI 150 do at U%i; 18
Honnkaa at W t : 10 do lit--"; 40 Spring V W
at 60(4 60 do at 50%; C 5 do at 10%.
"" CHICAGO GRAIN
Special service to The Herald by .1. C. Wll
»on. member Chicago board of trade, New
York Stock exchange, and San Francisco Bond
and Stock exchange, 212 West Firth street.
Los Angeles.
CHICAGO, Dec. -■'■■■ Substantial recovery In
wheat values today. Believers In lower price
count the rally a reaction from three days
and 4'« eof successful declines, while their
opponents believe that t li.• market was well
liquidated on the slump and that the former
cciiidltlons have reasserted -themselves. Many
of terday'a sellers, both of long and short
wheat, have bought today.
Corn was Inclined to easiness at tho outset,
and there was further hammering of the mar
ket by th« leading, shorts, Their offerings
were readily absorbed by scattered commission
houses, and market scored ■ good advance.
Wheat strength was a help. Receive™ expect
a big run of corn heep on Monday.
Oats weakened early, local speculators over
sold, and market tallied sharply when It be
came known that commission concerns were
quietly absorbing a great deal of property.
.-. ma at the hedgsri between "■< and corn
market! bought .May oats and sold May oorn
rather freelj\
Provision values higher all around, many
recent sellers covering because of the grain
strength, a light run of hogs here, higher
prices at yards, and the fresh Investment buy
ire. Lome siiiii.K en the swells by smaller
western packers and longs.
WHEAT— Open. ' High. low, Close.
December .... 1.14>i 1.1614 1.1414 1.1614
May 1.J0V4 1.J1V4 1.10 1-11%
July Mil 1.01% LOO', 1.015 i
September ... .17*4 .97». .Wli •'•'"'.;
CORN—
December 61»» .62% ' .61»i .B2'/6
May H% .Wj (M 4 -68tt
July ■ 65',i .Co> 4 .«5Vi .6654
OATS-. ■ .
December 43% .MM -«'i ■•«*
May ■!■''« i' 1- •«'» ■'■'■'«
July 42>. .43V. .42% .43>i
September ....... .... .... ••ell
PORK—
January 21.70 21.70 21.62 21.62
May , 21.55 21.77 21.55 21.65
July 21.60 21.70 21. -1..".7
LARD—
January 12.60 12.67 12.6 i) 12.60
May 11.85 11.95 11.83 11.80
July U.S2 11.90 11.82 11.87
RIBS—
January 11.35 ll.« 11.M 11.49
May „11.27 11.12 11.28 11.27
July U-27 11.40 11.27 11.33
DAILY MOVEMENT OF PRODUCE
Articles ■ Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels' M.I i 18,900
Wheat, bushels 18.000 11,600
Corn, bushels ... v 316,200 157,700
Oats, bushels „...221.4»0 212.600
Hye, bushels 2,000
Barley, bushels 61.000 32,400
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour, Him;
n.i 2 rye, Tin 1; feed or mixing barley, 584j61c;
fair to choice malting. 65671 c; flax seed, No. 1
si uthwestern. $1.84; No. l northwestern, $1.04;
timothy need, $3.75; clover, [email protected]; mass
pork, per bbl., $22.25®22.50; lard, per 100 lbs.,
$13.80; short ribs, sides (loose), Ul.i7VsOU.Hi
short clear sides (boxed), lU.B7WwU.SlH
rain statistics—Total clearances of wheat
and Hour were equal to 565.000 hushels. Pri
mary receipts were 544,000 bushels, compared
with 47", <"*> bushels the corresponding day a
year ago. 'Estimated receipts for tomorrow—.
Wheat, -'' cars; corn, M! cars; oats, 146 cars;
hogs, 21,000 head. '■ _
Buy it through The Herald want
columns. Look them over today. It
means mono; to you.
FINANCIAL
T.OS ANOKr.Eff, Dec. 23.—Bank Hearlngß
were $2.101,5 M.Ol. an Increase ol $619,883.29, as
ci.mpari'd with the correapondlrts diit". of lnHt
I" a cnipiuiulvo ut.iUni. 111:
I 1909. 1906. 1907.
Monday ....W,399,417.M $1,827,994.51 $1,153,545.06
Tuesday .... 3,326,918.69 1.741,541.81 1,28«,582.55
Wednesday. 1,840,406.39 8,679,804.91 1,899,146.89
Thursday ... 2,101,896.84 1,452,208.25 1,082,988.12
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Morning Sales
10 Edison Electric common at 60.23; 5 do at
60.25; 10 Home preferred at 53.12,4; 10 do it
62.75; 10 do at (Ii 10 do at 60; 10 do at 50.25;
10 .i.i at 50.12' A; 10 Assd Oil at 49.87',!,: '■> do at
4:1.7:,: 100 Section Six at 58; COO do at 53; 10MJ do
at 58.
Afternoon Sales
40 Homo Tel pfd at Bfl.&O; 10 do at. SI It;
10 do at II.MI 20 do at 63.20; 10 do (830 at
60.50; ■0 do (BM) at El; 20 do at 52.75; 20 do
<V,3<» at 63; 10 San Diego Home at Z4.SO; 10
USL I) T and TCo at 16; 10 do jit 40;
1j do at 39.82V4; 1000 Ollnda Land (Oil) at ■ Ii
100 Cdo at Hi 10 Union at 105.25.
Bonds
Bid. Asked.
American Petroleum Co ........ 80 100
Associated Oil <;, "7%
Calif fa.' By 94 i"."".
Corona City Water Cc 95 101
Corona Power and W Co 95 100
Cucamonga Water Co 95 100
IMlson Kleo Co la P. 100 '
Fdlson El CO old Issue l"l 106
Homo Telephone Co 00
Home Tel Co Ist Hefff 78 »■!
L A Pao lßt Con Mtfts i""'-4
I. A and Paaadena El Ry M . i'«
I. A Railway Co 10« 110
L A Traction Co 6s 107 114
I. a Traction Co la 104 303
Klsflon Trans ana It Co SB M
lac Elei Ry Co 108 113
Pasadena ii 'I' and T Co Ii
Pomona Con Water Co 06
niversldo ii T and T Co «0
Riverside Light and F Co 101
H Monica II T and T Co SO
B Diego ii T and T l.it Mtg» .. 7-' M
Santa Barbara Bleo Ry 91
Ti.mesi I Water Co 99
Union Transportation Co 93 95
C SIiDT and T Co .... 80
Vlralla Water Co l"0
. Whlttjer II T and T Co 80
Banks
mi A«k.
All Nlßht and Day Bank 115.00 140.00
American Havings Bank 141.00 170.00
lldway Hank and Trust 140.00 175.00
Centra* National Bank 176.00 1K5.00
Citizens National 220.00 235.00
Commercial National 140.00
Equitable Havings Bank 171.00 210.00
Farm and Merch National M.OO
Federal Bank of L A 14.00
First National 500.00 610.00
Ottman American Havings 330.00 343.00
CJlob6 Savings Bank 126.00 150.W
Home Bay Bank of L A 112.00
Merchants National 525.00
Merchants Bank and Tr Co 200.00
National Bonk of Cat 190.00
.Security Savings Bank 375.00 400.00
The Southern Trust Co 72.00 80.00
Industrial and Public Utilities
Bid. Atkad.
C#l Portland Cement Co 115.00
Kdlaon Electric preferred *2.00 M.OO
Kdlson Electric com 60.00 81.00
Homo Telephone pfd 52.50 C 3.00
Home Telephone com 10.00 10.50
I. A Investment Co '-■'■'"• 3.10
Mexican N «la» pfd 35.00 50.n0-
Mexican N Qai com 25.00 30.00
Pauuhau g P Co 28.00 30.00
Par Mill l.lfe Ins Co 225.0')
1 aeadena 11 T and T Co '. 40.00
Riverside. 11 T and T Co 35.00
San Dletto ■i T and TCo 24.374 24f,:>i
sun Drug Co 100
S.atliie Wat-r Co 100.00
Tltla a and Tr Co pfd 226.00 250.00
Title I and Tr Co pfd 175.00 225.00
Title I and Tr Co com 176.00 225.00
Title I and Tr Co Sex C 175.00 225.00
r I I. D T and T Co pfd 41.00 42.00
Union Becurltlti pfd JOO.OO
Union Trust Co 42.00
Whlttlar H T and T Co 90.00
Oil Stocks
Bid. Ask.
Amalgamated Oil Co 70.00
American Crude Oil Co 1.00
American Pet Co pfd 97.50
American Pet Co com "5.75
ABSoetated Oil 4i.1l 49.8, V,
Brookshlre Oil I>s
Central 1-M 1.35
Cleveland Oil Co -™
Columbia '■-''
Continental Oil sr> •••••
i:ui lit Oil Co ■'"' .60
Cilobe 17 ' i -18
Ja.le Oil Co •} :i-
Mexican Petroleum '■-' '■■•'
Mexican Pel I-ed pfd IMO 67.25
Mm. an Pet Ltd com 27.50
Olinda Land Co (Oil) -•
Palmer Oil Co 88% .92
Perseus Oil Co ■■'•'
Plnal Oil Co ls-°"
Plru OH and L Co l'
R.ed Crude 2' • .....
Rico Ranch Oil Co I.M
Section six Oil Co -6« '.....
Tradera Oil Co .::::::::::::::::::::S I]-•'•'
Union • ••■• '"■ '
Union Provident Co 10J.00 i»
United Petroleum 101.00 WI.M
West Coast 111 com 900
Non-producers:
California Midway OH Co 03 .14
DAILY MINING CALL
Official aalea— P.. M.I 100 Clark Copper at
M,; 2000 do at IH; 1000 do (B30) at Hi,
Listed Stocks
CALIFORNIA- .. Bid. A»k.
Cal Hills MCo o*'-' .0554
Consolidated Mines Co on» ...
M, Qalnea Con M Co 06»i .08
MFXICO*"
Clark* Copper Co 06V4 .««
NEVADA— „„
Geld Storm Kins G M Co .0054
SEARCULIOHT DISTRICT-
Quartette • 8 °
Searchlight M and MCo 01 .„
Searchlight Western m
Pacific Coast Trade
<SAN FBANCISCO, Dec. 23.—Beans—Pink,
t3.6553.55: i.,„,:,, l4.10Oi.B3! mall white. M.600
4.85; large white, $3.25ij3.55. _ :.
l'otato(B--Oregon Burbank», 11.15ff1.J5; Sali
nas Burbanks. 1J.25ffi1.40; Merced sweets. »1.60
(Ft 160 ' ' '
Onion*— 11.10; common. 11. 00.
Various—Green peas, IGOITHO! string beans,
155120 c; egff plant, OieWie; it«( peppers, 64
'„ ■ tomatoes, »Ufl.M; summer squash, 11.60;
rhubarb, ten; garlic, tOtei mushrooms, We®
SI 2S
Poultry turkeys, 21®240; dresaeil tur
keys 25ff129c; roosters, old, *«i(S; do young.
If, 60©9; broilers, •mall, »3.80«4.50; do lsjge,
$4 5C4i5; fryers. |5.60®a.50; hens, ISOIO; ducks,
old |4Oti do young, I7®»; geese. *S4i3; pig
eons, old, $101.25; do young, »2H)2.60.
Flour-Family extras. |8.50#7; bakers' extra*,
HUT, Oregon and Washington. $5.M©5.90.
Wheat-Shipping. U. 860 11 milling, n.95.
Harlcy-Feed, »1.«7H©1.60i brewing, 11.50©
lE2V4; CheValler, J1.601&1.65. .„-,..-
Oats-Red, 11.67W1.50; white, |1."[email protected];
bluck $° 2u'(i'2 50.
MlllstulTs-Jliddllngs, [email protected]; mixed feed.
|SBO3i! rolled barley, »33«33; oatmeal, 14.405))
4.60 oat groats, 14.M1 rolled oats, »[email protected] '
Wheat H4©19.60; wheat and oats $13jf
17: oat, wild. |1«©14; oat, tarn*, IU9U; alfalfa,
$tece,pt ra-Flou orf' 3 3 »0; wheat, COO; barley,
f'OO- oats. 1250; beans, 1014; corn, 25; potatoes,
6130: bran, 700; middling* 65; hay, 433; hops,
•>0- hides, 18)0; wine. 49.400
Metal Market
NKW YORK. Dec. 23.— market for
standard copper on the New York Metal
exchange was firm today, and Bale, were
reported of twenty-five tons for December
delivery at $13.35. Spot and all posi
tions up to Metre!, closed at ,11.00011.60.
The English market was easy, .pot closing
at £60 Tl 6d and futures at £61 10s. Local
dealers Quote lake copper at $13,250
1J.62V4; electrolytic. {13.13>,4®13.37H;
casting at $13.00©13.23. „,«««,
Tin was weak, spot closing at 113.450
33 85; December to March, $33.26033.70.
Pale, ten 1 tons spot at $33.50. London
market lower at .£153 I" 6d for spot and
I' vt 10s for future*.
Lead, first: .pot, $<.67'[email protected] W»w
York and $4.75 ask East St; Louis. Lon
don higher, £13 3s 9d. ■■
Spelter, easy; spot. $6.30 ask New York
and $6.10 ask East St. Louis. London
unchanged.
Iron was higher.at 51s 3d for Cleveland
warrants In London. ' Local market un
changed.
San Francisco Shipping
SAN FRANCISCO, Doc. 23.—Arrived:
Steamers Roanoke, San Pedro: Phoenix.
San -Pedro; Welleslcy, San Pedro;, Casco,
San Pedro: Pasadena, San Pedro.
Hailed—Steamer George W. Loom!*,
Redondo, „
GROCERS BUY PRODUCE
IN LARGE QUANTITIES
HOLIDAY TRADE BREAKS ALL
RECORDS
11 i— — 4»
Turkeys, Chickens, Fish and Fruits
Are in Brisk Demand—High 1
Jinks at the Exchange
Today
Jobbers were really too busy Thursday
to glvo Information, The general view of |
conditions Indicated that there will hi:
splendid st.reads Christmas at the hote>,
cafes, restaurants and.in the home 3of tha
people. Kuyers selected what they wanted |
with but little reference to prices. Fancy
stocks in every lino moved rapidly.
Receipts of butter amounted to more
than 26,000 pounds, making the total for
two days 40.5G0 pounds. Prices unchanged.
Kkkh nn' steailv flt pi •■•■' quotation*.
lin „, \ . ana cnictieiirt , .i.i im.i:. . li'Jir'uy
prices to the retailers.
Fish dealers were gleeful. All stocks
cleaned up. —-
No session of the exchange. The call
hour will be devoted to the Christmas true
treat for members.
Receipts of produce wore: Egss, K9
cases; butter, 2>>,035 pounds; cheese, 44->
pound*; potato. 1671 aacke; onions, 3J7
sacks; beans, none; sweet potatoes, 271
sacks; apples, 1707 boxes.
Produce Prices
Following are the Daily Market Reporter
wholcfialu quotations:
EGGS—Local ranch, candled, 'extra se
lected, 50c; local ranch, candled, 48c; local
ranch, case count, buying price, 45c; east
ern fresh. Sue; eastern storage, packed
extra, 30c; eastern storage, seconds. 2ic.
i;i i'ti.i; —California creamery extras, 2
*lb. roll, 76ci California creamery urata, --
Ib. roll, 6"',ic. eastern creamery, extras,
67 Vie; cooking butter, 26c; l»dlo butter,
2(0 Tc.
CHEESE —Northern fresh, 20c; northern
storage, l'J'u2'Jc; Oregon Daisy, lUVkc;
eastern singles, 19c; eastern twins, I■' El
IS'^c; eastern Daisies, 20c; eastern Long
Horn, 2uc; eastern chedders, loc; Imported
swlhs, 32c; Jack cheese, 18c; domestic
awlia, 8301 cream brick, 20c; Llmburger,
20©21 c; Roquefort, a^'.i 4"c Edam, JS.OOHj.
8.00; Canadian cream, per box, |1.00.
BEANS — No 1 pinks, |4.40©4.60; No. 1
Lima*, $4.4004.50; No. 1 Lady Washing
tons. 14.25^4.50; No. 1 small whites, |5.4u I
&5.50; No. 1 Ulackeyes, 14.00; No. 1 Uar- I
vanza . {3.90ff4.JU; No. l Lentils, California, i
$7.00W8.00.
POTATOES Highlands, per cwt., 11.10 1
@1.35; Lompoc, per cwt.. [email protected]; Wat
sonvllle, per cwt., *1 to i i It; I ireson Hur
banks, per cwt., |1.40®1.t0i Oregon Karly
Hose, per cwt., 12.00; Salinas, fl. (001.86;
Yellow Sweets, per • At., $1.75.
ONIONS— Northern Australian brown, per
cwt.. »i.ij..i 1.75; garlic per lb., Sli 10c.
FRESH FRI ITS Apples: liellelleur*.
4-tier, $1.0" .i l 'ii; Bellafleurs, 4',i-tter.
11.11 Rravenstelna, 4-tler, $1.00; Graven
steins, 4>i-tler, UOclffl.OO; Hoovers, i tier,
$2.25; Jonathans. 4-tler, $3.00; Pearmains,
white winter, 4-tler, $1.50; Peßrmalns, 414-
Uer, $1.35; Pearmalas, red, 4-tler, 11.60;
Pearmalns, red, 4>,i-tler, $1.20; Smiths
Cider, 4-tler, '1 ',", Smith's Cider, 4',4-tler,
$1.25; Ben Davis, 4-tler, Col., f1.63iai1.85;
Newton Pippins. 4-ticr, $1.50; Mo. Pippins,
4-tler/ Col., 11.00; Mo. Pippins, 4>i-tler.,
Cal., $125; Mo. Pippins. 4-tler, Cal., $1.50;
Home Beauties, $2.50'tf2.75; Spltzenburgs,
■•tier $2.50; tianos. $1.75fr2.00; Wlne^aps,
4-tler. Col., $2.75g3.00; Wlnesaps, 4-tler,
Col., ,$1.75: Winesaps, «H-tler, Cal.. 11.15,
Berries: strawberries, fancy, per basket.
[email protected]: »trowberries, choice, per basket, 8c;
cranberries, per barrel, $104*10.30; rasp
berries, per basket, luc. Citrus: Grapefruit,
seedless, [email protected]; graptsfrult, seedlings,
$2.5033.00; lemons, fancy, $3.60; lemons,
choice, $1.75; oranges, fancy Navels, $2.25©
2.73.; oranges. Tangerines. H box, $1.50;
oranges, Valenclas, fancy, [email protected]; limes,
20-lb. box. $1.23.
TROPICAL— Uanaeaa, per Ib., 4V4c; ban
anas, red, per lb., to; dates, Fard, lb., 94*
lie; dates, Golden, Ib., BMei Fenian, 1-lb.
pkgs., to; Alligator pears, duz., $6.00; pine
apples, 067 c.
MISCELLANEOUS —Peorii. winter Nellls,
picking boxes, (1.5001.75; cantaloupes, local,
orate, Jumbos, JL'.OOij) 3.0u; casabas, crate,
H.iia''«'l.7u; Christmas melons, $3.00; grapes,
lug boxes, 11.1101.t0j Cluavas, per basket,
4c; peaches, box, $1.15; pomegranates, uc;
quinces, pi r box, 11. 11 l watermelon per
Hi., I'jc; persimmons, per lb., 6fffßc.
VEGETABLES — Artichokes. Northern,
doz., $1.2;© 1.40; Brussels sprouts, Northern,
lb., s*i .I-; bell peppers, )b., 10c; beets, sacks,
80c; string beans, lh, Ho; green cabbage,
tacit, 73c«Sl; red cabbage, Ib. He; carrots,
sack, 80c; cauliflower, doz., [email protected]; celery,
doz., 504 Cur; celery, crate, [email protected];
cucumbers, |1.(Q91 dozen; corn, green, box,
50^6U<;; coin husks, cut, ,Ib., o{iUc; vgg
plant, lb., BOBOJ leeks, doz., SSoi oyster
plant, doz.. 33<<M0c; okra, lb., 84J lOo; let
tuce, ct., |1%1.:5| peas, l*» 12>,i(&15c; pars
ley, doc, IB) . parsnips, doz., 40c; rhubarb,
crlnißon winter, ISO! rhubarb. Northern
Strawberry, box, r>c; spinach, doz., 20<&25c;
cummer squash, per box, 75c; squash, Hub
bard, lb., I'UlVjc; young onions, doz., 130
lie; turnips, tack. Sue; tomatoes, [email protected]
box.
DRIED FHUIT3 —Apples, evaporated, lb.,
10 6'lie; apricots, lb., i;..i i:,o; figs, loose,
whit.-, box. 11.36; tigs, loose, black, box.
11.35; peaches, lb.. T'( Sc; pears, lb.. llu
12c; pluma, lb., l-'.ic, nectarines, lb., Djj 1
He.
PRUNES—3O-30s; ll)c; SO-40s, 9c: 40-50»,
rHoi 50-60*, m«; 60-70S, 6c; JO-Sos, 5V4c;
80-908, sc; 90-lOOs. 40.
RAISINS —Muscatels, 2-crown, loose, 50-
Ib. boxes, ib i l^'-; 3-crown, lose, 60-lb. box,
lb. sc; 4-crown, lose. 80-lb. box. lb. 6c; Lon
don layers, 2-crown, lose, 20-lb. box. lb.
$1.10; 8-crown, $1.25; 4-crown, $1.65; 6
crown, $l.S)0; Sultanas, bleached, lb. 9'ullc;
unbleached, 3'idj4c; soeilless, lti-oz. pkg.
IHO'Hoi 12-oz. pkg. '■■' I \ie.
NUTS —Per lb. — Almonds, fancy, IXL, 17c;
No I'lus Ultra. 16c. Brazils, 14 (._' 15c; cocoa
nuts [email protected]$1.00; chestnuts, '•> L2oi Alberts,
14t015c; hickory. Sc; pocana. XX, 12',ic;
XXX, 16o; XXXX, 17c;'eastern peanuts, 7c;
Japan peanuts, 9c; Spanish peanuts, No. 1
shelled, 10c; plnenuts, 20c: No. 1 S. S. wal
nuts, IS*J| i'l i No. 2, lOo; Jumbos, ITQ
18c; budded. [email protected]; eastern popcorn, cut
$3.75; local, cwt. |lOt.tt.
RICE — 100 lbs. — Fancy Honduras, Caro
lina, $7; choice Honduras, Carolina, $7«!
7.25; Japan grades, $485*5.00; island, $6.25;
broken, $3.50.
HONEY—Per lb. —Water white, extracted,
7©7',ic; white, extracted, 7c; light amber,
extracted, 6r«j6^c; water white comb,
lib-frames, Ho; white, comb, frames, lie;
light amber, comb, frames, 12© 12',4c; bees
wax, par lb. »00. '„
LIVE STOCK —Packers pay f. o. b. Los
Angeles for beef steers, I', 01. : beet
steers, IHOiOi beef heifers, 3 !4'u>4o; ueet
calves, 60; mutton, weathers, 14.5096;
mutton, ewes. |1.71)04i mutton, lmbs, $3m>
■4.-::,; hogs. 7 fee,
POULTRY —I3uylng prices In the country:
(Per lb.) —Hens, [email protected]; old roosters, 8c;
stags, 8c; broilers, 1 to -' lbs, per in. 24c;
fryers, 2 lbs and up, per lb. 22c; roasti 3
lbs. and up. per lb. ifOi geese, 16c; ducks,
ISc; squab pigeons, dozen, $1.50; turkey
hens, 8-lb. and up, 22c; young torn tur
keys, He: old loin* -*''
CHILI —Per lb. —Evaporated, strings, 18
@20c; lose, 18c; Mexican black, 2<L»lsc,
green, sc; chili tapina, $1.25; Japan, 15c;
corn husks, 7©-oc.
BAT— (Baled). The following quotations
are furnished by the Los Angeles Hay Stor
age do. (Per ton)— Barley or wheat hay.
$12.alien 10.Tin: tame oat hay, $15^18.50; al
falfa, IK.iOQ l ■•■
MILL FliEU — Bran, $1.60: whote corn,
$1.75; cracked corn, $1.80; feed mual, $2;
rolled barley, $1.60; oil cake meal. $2.50;
shorts. $1.83; Kaffir corn, $2; white oats,
$1 80; red oats, eastern, $2.25; wheat, ori
ginal sacks, cwt. $2.05; wheat, 100-lb. Backs,
?2.10.
Butter and Eggs at Retail
Butter, >.lb. fancy !>oo
Butter 2-lb. roll, choice. SOc
CooKlOf butter, I-lb. roll 80©85 a
EgKs. doien [email protected]
Chicago Live Stock
CHICAGO, Deo. 23.—Cattle—Receipts esti
mated at 7000; market weak; beeves, $lii'S.4o;
Texas steers, $Hi 4.mi; western steers, $4((}6.25;
■locken and feeders, $3(<is; cows and nutters,
$205.60; calves, $7.25©0.50.
Hogs— Receipts estimated at 20,000; market,
Be higher; light, »7.80®5.20; mixed, $7.M®8.35;
heavy, $SSfB.4O; rough, $8.05®8.20; good to choice
heavy, {8.20415.40; pigs, |707.Ui bulk of sales,
ii.ioi6B,».
gheep—Receipts estimated at 10,000; market,
steady; native, $3.5085.60; western, $3.76(65.60;
yearlings, $6.40«}7.25; lamb., native, $5.755j8.25;
western, $5.765f5.20
First Exclusive ' Private Wire House on the Pacific Coast
J. C. WILSON
HISMBBB NEW FORK STOCK EXCHANGE
CHICAGO iio.Aicn OF trade
THE .STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE, S. F.
CORRESPONDENTS
HARRIS, WINTHROP & COMPANY
OFFICES—HOTEL ALEXANDRIA, (IS Went Fifth St.
HOTEL DEL CORONADO, Coronado
Mil.IS BUILDING, San ITanclsco
PALACE HOTEL, Sun Francisco
Open Dercmbft 15.
Pasadena Clients Will Get Instantaneous Service by
Calling Home 119
B. G. LATHROP, Manager
|.i;v,'—it:i,ki-iiom:-<— MAIN :n;iK _j
STATEMENT
OF THE CONDITIONS AND AFFAIRS OF THE
Pacific Mutual Indemnity Company
of Los Angeles, in the state of California, on the 31st day of De
cember, A. D. 1908. and for the year ending on that day.
Published pursuant' to the Provisions of Section 811 of the Political Co*»
and compiled from the annual statement filed with ■the in
surance Commissioner of the State of California.
CAPITAL— of capital stock paid up in cash 1260,000.00
Amount of capital stock paid up In ca«h
ASSETS— .... 151.000.00
■Si! £lffs£S ;.&•£;£ oWnei' iy company »7.J0t M
Cash It\ rnmpany's office **' '• 3,4114.75
Cash In banks " x tins B5
Interest duo and B rued on bonds and mortgages... 2883(18
Premium! In duo course of collection ' • ' _
T^.as,,,, 318,933.71
Total amrts T
LIABILITIES— on risks running one year or law, „,..,.,. M- f ,„„ „
Ollunii on risk., runn.'nK one year or lew. lIMIT.TII W- f ,„„ „
CommlMlon"'troli»r«g» c --"i other charges due or to become due to -
ai;.iit.H on.; brokers lilt.llo
Tuxes due or accrued • ********* "
Tot.. Ll.blllti» • » '»87-33
INCOMF— , , ,» ,„« a.
Net cash actually received for premiums • .•» '»■ I."
Iteceivcil for intf-rc«t on mortgages •• •••••■•• • • • • * * • ''""■
Received from Interest and dividends on bonds, stocks, loans, and
from all other nources :,,.',!
Profit on sale or maturity of bonds ' " "
T0... Income '. • •5«'897*"
EXPENIIITI Ui:s— , 41778 ,
Net amount paid for losses ' '■""
Dividends and Interest to stockholders ,[;„,,"
Paid or allowed for commission or brokerage 76971
I'aid for stato. national and local taxes .-t '™• nil
All other payments and expenditures '" *
Total Expfndltures • 21,733.77
LOSSES INCURRED OL'IIINO THE YEAH » 4,177.94
JOHN F. ROCHE, Second Vice. President.
RICH. J. MIER, First Assistant Secretary.
THOS. B. INCH, Assistant Treasurer.
Subscribed and sworn to before me, this 29th day of January, 1909.
STANLEY F. McCLUNG, Notary Public In and for th» county of
Loa Angeles, State of California.
CLEARING HOUSE BANKS I
■~~ ~~*JJAME~™ OFFICERS.
""~ " W. A. BONVNGE. President.
Clommeixial National Bank newman essick. ca»uier.
1 Capital, 1200.000.
> 401 8 , spring, corner Fourth. Surplus and Undivided Profits. 145,00*.
Farmers & Merchants National Bank chahles seyl.br. Tjiii«.
Capital, 11,500,000.
rorn.r Fourth and M.ln. Burpm;^ Profits, 11.900.00t.
_— ——■ J. M. KLI.IOIT. I'renldent.
Fust Na ional Bank & P L% t S£?SSSSk iMUM'
| BE. corner Second and Spring. Bu lus and Proflta. t1.626,000.
'■ — ' ~~ W ll UOI.t.IDAV. Pre.ldenu
Merchants National Bank chas. greene. ca»ni«r.
Capital. $200,000.
B E corner Third and Spring Surplus and Profits. M 25.000.
„-= : '■ , _. ■' ; 3. E. FISHUUBN. Presiaenu
Malional Bank of California h. a mckee. cashier.
11l N. B. corner Fourth and Bprln'r Capital, 1600.000. Profits. lIM.WXX
H N M. rnrner Fourth an.l Spring. Eurrlun and Undivided Profits, HUO.OO*.
C, _ , S. F. ZOMBRO, President,
.itrai national Bank james b. oist, cusnier.
Capital. |300,00 a
8. E. earner Fourth and Broadway. Surplus and Undivided Profit., IHI.W.
'■ ; ; . _ _ WARItEi. GILbKLEN. I'usldsnt.
oadw-y Bank & Trust Company R . w . kennev. cashier.
* Capital. 1280.000.
JOS-SI" Broadway. Bradbury building. Surplus and Undivided Profit.. nM.W>i.
U— ~*— ~ ! T~T . ISAIA» \V UIiI.I.MAN. PI«»W«nL
mted States National Bank f. w. smith. cashier.
Capital. 1200.000.
S. E. corner Main and Commercial. Surplus and Profits. 178.00*.
; r~r , R J. WATERS. President.
itizens National Bank w:i. w. woods, cashier.
C- — ! ~~T T~~ Capital, t1.000,000. l-resldent.
aizens National Bank wu. w. woods. ca»nt«r.
Capital, $1,000,000.
8 W. comer Third and Main. Surplus. 1500.000
-i LOS ANQELES SAVINGS -qANKS- - ;
SECURITY
Savings RANK
OLDEST AND LARGEST IN SOUTHWEST
Resources Over $25,000,000.00
SECURITY BUILDING. FIFTH AND SPRING STREETS
GERMAN AFRICAN JAYIIUSBAHK
—» THE BANK WITH THE mmmf
8 EFFICIENT SERVICE |
imooßctsexcud $13.000.00Q°-2\
J SPBING* FOURTH STS. I
Coffee and Sugar
NEW YORK, Dec. 23.—Coffee: Futures
closed 6 and 10 points net lower. Bale*
25,750 bans, including: January, $6.75;
March, I8.lt; May, $0.05; July, |T,06;
September, $7.05«/7.10.
Spot steady; No. 7 Rio, 8%'(f8%o; No.
4 Santon, 9c; mild, quiet; Cordova,
0® mi a.
Sugar—Raw, quiet; Muscovado, 89 test,
$3.55; centrifugal, 9C tost. *+»5; molasses
sugar, II test, J3.30; refined, quiet;
crushed. $565; granulated, SI 'J5; pow
dered, $5.05.
•Cotton and Wool
NSW Y'T.k, Deo. -3.—Cotton futures
closed steady December, 111.81; January,
116.88; February. |15.51 i March, JU..71;
April, I1B.7J; M«y. J15.99; June, 115.10;
July. 116.8(1; August, 115.87; ieptember,
$14.53; October. 118 89.
ST. LOUIS, I'l' 1 ."..—Wool unchnngc.il;
medium gradei, combing am' clothing.
lc; light nne, [email protected]; heavy fine,
l ",, aic; tub washed,
MOW YORK, Dea, 25. -Cotton closed
■ti ady, net advance of 1 to H points).
Butter, Eggs and Cheese
BAN FRANCISCO, Deo, "'.'■■ Butter—
creamery, BSo; seconds, Mo; fancy dairy, Wo.
Cheese—New, 18©18".iOi Young America,
18Q19C ' ,
i.i Eca Ranch, 6So; store, *."■
CHICAGO, Deo, S3.— Butter—Steady; cream
eries 27''(35c; dairies, 25!f(30c.
ivis—ltecelpts 2550 c;ises; easy at mark,
cafes Included, 241 &28HOJ Units, 32c; prime
"che^e-Steady; daisies, leUOUKe'l twins,
16»U6>4c; 'Xoung Americas, UMc; tone horns,
lei-ic. _^^.
AnyDody who would be able to find an
address In the directory would bo able to
find your CLASSIFIED ad.
/|l| Resolution /.ffi
I'he best New Year's reso-\ * i^-ff
jj!3* r lutlim Is to open a savings '•'
gf account and to make a deposit ea .1 ,4
It week of the year. It la just a queg. •
1% ion of getting started. It Is one <•; ! 1
■1 the bwt resolutions you could milk - I
mm Then Btart one for wife, husban \, f 1
If daughter, Bon, brother, sister, sweet- to
II heart or employe. It's the beat klua B
II of a New year's present. I
\AIL NIGHnDXU
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T^ffifOTfi » S+RIH& ST 841
NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS'
MEETING or THE MINERS AND
MERCHANTS UANIi.
NotiOl is hereby given that th>
ular annual stockholders' meeting of
the Miners and Merchants bank Will
be held at their •branch" banking
room at 547 Central avenue on January
LO, 1910, at 3:30 p. m., for. the purpose
of electing nine directors and smh
oilier business as may come before
the meeting.
It is desired that all be present.
lIALPH S. DOBBS, Secretary.
/jy paid on checking »avlne»
3f~iS paid on when monthly bal
yVjuccount* nlieii monthly bal-
S C/auce» are not lest than
<i;;no. I.oh Angeles Trust and Saving*
Bank, Central building, Sixth and Main.
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