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FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
FALL OF STOCK
PRICES CHECKED
FURTHER LIQUIDATION AIDS
NEW YORK 'CHANGE
SPECULATORS FAIL TO RENEW
AGGRESSIVE TACTICS
Extensive Transfer of Holdings Pre.
pared Brokers for the Decline.
Money Markets Bulge.
Foreigners Strong
[Associated Press]
NEW YORK, Jan. 13.—There -was
further intermittent liquidation of
stocks today and some large blocks
were thrown on the market. The mar
ket wus not without evidence of sup
port and rallied with good show of
resistance to the pressure. The sup
porters of the market seemed satis
fled to have checked the fall in prices
and were not in aggressive mood to
push an advantage against the short
interest. -.
The formal announcement of the
action taken by the board of gover
nors of the exchange in suspending
the members of a prominent firm for
operations in connection with the
Hock Island flurry on December 27
was accepted as closing that Incident,
and a sense of relief was experienced.
The outcome of this case and
changes announced today in the of
fices of the Rock Island company were
held to offer explanation of some of
the recent liquidations of stocks.
The assumption seemed warranted
that extensive transfer of stockhold
ings had been under way in prepara
tion for the changes. A notable fea
ture .of the day's financial develop
ments was the general bulge in money
markets. The Influence of this on the
speculative demand for stocks proved
moderate today, but the resources
thus accrued for coming new capital
issues make a reassuring factor In the
situation.
The foreign exchange market
showed strength again today, which
was not fully maintained. The asser
tion of support for prices gained in
fluence with the progress of the day
and there was less hesitation in the
upward movement toward the last.
Final prices were generally higher
than last night.
Bonds were irregular. Total sales,
par value, $3,350,000. United States
coupon 4s declined 1-4 tier cent on call.
NEW YORK STOCKS
. Special pervlce to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street. Ix)S Angeles, mem
lier New York stock exchange, Chicago board
t.f trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
NEW TORK, Jan. 13.—Following were the
cloning quotations:
.Sales. Stock. High. Low. Bid. Ask.
-/ coo Allls-Chalmen ....14(4 It 1414 13 !
200 do preferred 62 61% 61«4 62
. 45.600 Anialg Copper .... St)?« 84% Sr>*4 S.>"»
1,200 Aratr Beet Sugar. 4614 4514 45% 4614
do preferred .. ■ 93 ' 94 '
1,700 Anier Can Co 13 12*4 12 1314
1.800 .do preferred 8014 7914 8014 SI
6.600 Amcr C & Fdy Co. 63% 66% 6Si» liss;,
•'. UK) do preferred .....119!j 11314 118% 120
1,800 Amer Cotton 0i1... 66 65 68 M
do preferred .. 105 107
Amer Ex 2SO 100
. 200 Am Ice Securities. 2."ii 2.V.4 25 26
2,100 Amer Linseed ....1716 1814 to% 17
300 do preferred 4814 4514 46 4614
8,500 Amor Locomotive.. 58',i 67! i 65% 60
da preferred .. in 115
89,300 Amer Smlt &R Co 9S'/i 97 08% 9S",J.
2HO do preferred 11l 11014 111 m -
LOOO Amor Sugar 12314 12214 123 1234
lo preferred .. 121% 12214
■ 800 Amer Steel I'diß... 65 6414 54?4 '65
J 2;400 Amer Tel & T C 0.139% 139% 13914 139»»
200 Amer Tob pfd MVi 05 0414 95%
' 100 Amer Woolen 331; S.Hi 31 35
■ 100 do preferred 102% , 102% 10214 10314
4.W0 Anaconda 61% 6014 61% 6114
800 Ail Coast Line.... 13414 134 1334 134
23,100 A T & Santa Fe..1207% 110% 120% 120%
.. 600 do preferred 103% 10314 10314 10-1
1: & Ohloshrd4erugarelPf%. shrd mh m
r 3,100 Bait & Ohio 11714 116% 117% 117%
do preferred .. 9314 9414,
7,000 B 1: T 78% -iii 77% 7814
1,600 Canadian Pacific ..ISO 178*4 180% ISO!*
21.000 C & O 89% BBN , 89',» S!l%
.>..... c ft .V 6414 66
--1.700 C .V; O W new.... 35 84 34% 3414
1,700 do preferred new 6194 til . 61% 62
800 C .>; X W 181 160% 16014 161
00,31)0 C M & tit P 15114 15014 151 15114
100 do preferred 16914 16914 16914 172
6,300 Central Leather .. 4514 4414 4514 4514
200 do preferred 10814 108% 10814 108%
..;.... Cent of N J 305 815
• 600 CCO & St I 7914 79 7914 SO
do preferred ■ .. 104 . 10814
10,000 Colo Fuel and 1... 4014 4514 46% 4614
do preferred .. 115 120
' 1,300 Columbus II Cit I 91% 01 PI 14 921 i
• 300 Colo Southern .....60 60 60 61
100 do Ist preferred.. 8114 81' iSI 82
■ 100 do 2d preferred ..so 80 !>0 81
11,400 Consolidated Ga5..156 153% 155% 166
4.100 Com Products .... 2214 21V4 22 22"*
200 do preferred 85 8114 84% 85»4
1,400 Del & Hudson ....18014 170',i 180-), 181
1) I, & W 695 615
2,700 D & It Q 48% 4714 48 4514
, 800 d" preferred 8214 8114 81% 83
300 Distilling Socur .. 35% 35% 3514 35%
300 Duluth B S and A 16% 1614 1614 17
do preferred .. 31 v 3214
2,400 Erie 3314 32% 33% 3314
700 ■do Ist preferred.. 6014 60 60% 60%
>t 100 do 2d preferred., 3914 3014 37 4014
800 General Electric... l67l4 15814 150 157
' Mi) Ot Northern Ore.. 77% 77 7714 77%
8,200 do preferred 137% 13614 13714 13714
1,200 Illinois Central ...146 145 14514 146
17.200 Int»rboro-Metro ... 24% 24 24% 25
11,500 do preferred 62% 60% 6214 6214
Internet Paper .. 1414 15
. 500 do preferred 68 6714 67 6714
1,600 Internet Pump .... 63% 6214 63 6314
100 do preferred ..... 00 00 90 OOli
200 lowa Central 27% 2714 27 2714
,;....', do preferred ...., .. .. 51 62
4110 Kansas City 50.... 4J14 41% 42 4214
100 do preferred .<-... 69% 69% 69% 71
....... L !■; & ".V'estern .. 23 24
100 do preferred .... 61% 61% 61 89 '
000 L & N 16614 16614 15514 156
Mackay 89 91%
do preferred .. 78 79
....... Manhattan .. 13« 139
Metropolitan St R.. .. 20 2,",
300 Mexican Central .. 2514 25 25% 2514
,; :. 100 Minn &St L 6114 61 48 52,
....... do preferred „ 80 88
' 600 M St P & 55M.... 13714 13614 13714 13714
,'....... do preferred ....; J... .. 153 15514
. 4,100 M K& T 4814 4714 45% 4814
200 da preferred 7314 7314 7314 73%
7,100 Missouri Pacific ... 69% 69 6914 69>,i
i 3,300 National Lead .... 8714 8614 86% 87
.. .... do preferred .. 11014 120
....... National Biscuit ... .... 113 115
do preferred .. 133 125
400 N V Air Brake ... 0214 92 9114 ' 9214
16,900 N V Central 12214 121 ■ 12214 122%
8 N V C & St L 6214 66
do Ist preferred. .. .. 105 110
. . do 2d preferred .. .. 90 95
, -, 100 NY■ NH & Har.ls7 157 156 , 157
3 600 N V Out & W.... 47.i 4614 4714 47%
3,800 Norfolk ft West .. 89 «8 8714 BSI4
do preferred .. 89 81
■ 600 North American... 82 , 8114 83 XI
100 Northern Pacific ..18914 137% 139H 13914
....... Omaha .. 150 159
do preferred .. .. ICO 175
. Pacific Coast .. 116 117
1,100 Pacific Mall 36 8414 38 3014
12 21X) Perm It R Co 13514 134% 13614 13514
> 1,600 Peoples Gas 114 • 11314 113% 11314
2.400 PUUburg Coal ... 2514 24 24 2454
CARLOAD SHIPMENTS
OF CITRUS.FRUITS
<•> Shipments of oranges pud lemons <$>
<•> from ■ Lot* Angeles Tuesday, .Inn. 11, <•>
■•■ were 118 carloads of orange* and HI <$>
.«. carloads of lemons. Total to date there <§>
& have been shipped 2774 carloads, of <•>
<4> which 725 have been lemons, Last <£•
m season to date there were shipped 8344 <§>
<$• carloads, of which 758 were lemon*. <*<
do preferred 78% 79
500 P C C&St L. 95% 98 6S 98Vi
do preferred .. 110 120
800 Pressed Steel Car.. 4814 48 45% 48%
do preferred .. 10fi IM7
300 Ry Steel Spgs Co.. 4914 49 49 40%
do preferred 106% li>7
167,200 Reading 10716 104% 16714 167%
do Ist preferred 92 9314
600 do 2d preferred.. 105 101 105 106
4,'Xn) Republic S& I 4314 42% 43% 4V\i
1,900 do preferred 103V4 103 103 103%
17,900 Rock Island Co .. 44!;. 42% 44V4 444
600 do preferred 85 8414 85 B,">,
Sloss S 8 & I Co 85 87%
do preferred .. 118 119
St L & S F Ist ptd .. .. 71 724
2'io do 2d preferred.. 6? 57" a 57% f.9'i
C'WSt lift S W 31% 31 31»4 32
400 do preferred 75 74% 75 7f,'4
39,2i)0 Southern Pacific ..134>,» 132% 134% 13414
3,900 Southern Railway. 31% 31% 31% 31%
1 800 do preferred 72 71% TV& 73
400 Term Copper 38 37% 8714 37%
2,000 Texas Pacific 344 14% 344 34%
2,600 Third Aye 17% 17% 17'» 17«
600 Toledo St L &W. 62% 61% 61% 61%
1,100 do preferred 70% 70 70% 7014
300 Twin City R T ..115 114% 114% 115
Union B and Paper .. .. 12% 13
do preferred .. 70 73 ] i
114,800 Union Pacific 197% 396 W714 197%
2.1 do preferred 102 101% 10114 102
201) United R3 of S F 4114 4()'i 41 42
do preferred .. 71 7214
U S Cast I Pipe 29 29' i
100 do preferred 834 8314 83 8314
200 U S Rubber 48% 47! a 48% 48%
600 do Ut preferred.. 115% 115 11514 119
do 2d preferred.. .. .. 82 84
810,600 U 8 Steel Cor .... 87% 85% 87 8714
9.300 do preferred 125 123 125 12514
2.500 ITtah Copper 5711 86% 56% 67
8,900 Va-Car Chem Co.. 50% 65% 56% 56%
1.0'") do preferred 127 127 126 127
2,700 Wabash 23% 22% 23*4 23>i
9.300 do preferred 531 i 62% 53% 53',i
Well-Fargo Ex 170 186
600 Western Union .... 75% 75% 70>4 7.v>;
1,900 Westlngohuae 75% 76% 78% 78%
2,700 W & L E 6 514 6% 5%
2,900 do Ist preferred. 12 10M 11 12
2,300 do 2d preferred.. 7 614 614 6%
100 Wisconsin Cen .... 49? i 49% 49 60%
Am Hide and L 7% 7%
400 do preferred 45% 4514 44% 4. r,'4
100 Am Agr and Chem 47 47 47!4 4714
do preferred 99
Beth Steel 32 H
do preferred „ 64 67
200 Nat Enam and S.. 2614 25 25% 26
do preferred .. 95 100
200 Pac T and Te1.... 44 4314 43% 4.'.
do preferred 80 98
400 U S Realty 82 S2 81% 82
3.900 West Maryland ... 5014 49% 4914 5u%
Total sales, 1,115,700 shares.
NEW YORK BONDS
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wll
non, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York atock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
NEW YORK, Jan. Following were the
closing quotations:
Bid. Asked
Atchlson general 4s 101% 102
Atehlson convertible 4s 11914 120
Baltimore & Ohio Ist 4s 98% 9914
B R T 4s 86 8614
Colorado Indusrlal Us 82 . 83
U S Realty 5s 91 9114
Rock Island col 4s 8114 8114
Southern Pacific refudlng 4s 94% 95
Southern Pacific col 4s 9114 92
Southern Pacific cony 4s 104 10414
Union Pacific Ist 4s 10114 101%
Union Pacific cony 4s 113 14314
U H Steel 5s 104% 104%
l'nited Hallway 43 7314 75
Wabash debenture 4s 75 16%
Western Pacific 53 ." 9714 97%
Japanese 4s 88% - 88%
Japanese Ist 41is 95>4
Japanese 2d 414-: 94% 05
VB is refunding , J""-}i 10114
i* S L's coupon '....101%
I! SBa reed 101% 1021-j
0a 33 coupon 101% 102 Mi
IT 84s regd 11414 I''2
ir s4s regd 114% U3H
Panama 2s 100 101
Panama 1038's .....' 100 . i"i
TREASURY STATEMENT
WASHINGTON. D, C Jan. Ut—The condi
tion of tile treasury at the beginning of busi
ness today was as follows: Trust -funds—Gold
coin, *574,042,569; silver dollars. 104,479,000; sil
ver dollars of IS9O, $3,931,000; silver certificates
outstanding, $184,479,000. General fund—Stand
ard silver dollars In general fund, $5,673,231;
curren liabilities, $103,228,022; working balance
In treasury offices, $23,353,463; in banks to
credit of treasury of the IT.1 T. S., $35,321,050; sub
■ ry silver coin, $17,362,602; minor coin,
11,010,681; total balance in general fund, $80,
-808.931.
NEW YORK COTTON
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles.
NEW YORK. Jan. 13.—Foreign buying
steadied first prices, although the distant op
tions showed greater overnight losses than the
near options. During the middle of the day the
market became IrreßUlar, with a downward
tendency, and upon tho uncovering of stop or
ders the. Irregularity gave way to actual weak
ness. This was particularly in the afternoon,
when what might be termed "distressed sell-
Ing" made Its appearance, caused by margin
calls, and gave a very unsatisfactory look to
the entire market. The closing was within ii
few points of the lowest. In well Informed
quarters it Is believed that the liquidation !■
not finished and that on any further deollno v
grtat deal of cotton will come on the market.
Liverpool due 4to Sli lower. Opened irreg
ular, 6 advance to 2 lower. At 12:15 p. m.
barely steady, 1 to 214 higher. Spots 12 lower
at 7.1K). Sales, SOOO, 7000 American. Ports today,
12,000; last week, 37,000; last year, 33,190.
—Close-
Open. High. Low. Blrl. Ask.
January 14.85 14.R5 14.53 11.50 14.68
February 14.M H.^;j
March 14.53 14.96 14.62 14.62 14.05
Miri l 14.65 14.70
May 14.95 15.14 14.74 14.74 H. 76
June H-68 14.71
July 11.87 15.13 14.71 14.71 11.74
VuKuat 14.55 14.83 14.48 14.45 14.C0
September 13.65 13.7<i 13.45 13.45 13.50
October 12-96 13.15 12.90 12.90 U.ftl
December '2.65 12.94 12.:.i 12.70 12.75
Spot cotton, 14.95; quiet. 5 lower.
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 13.-Fancy creamery,
34c; seebnds, 33c: fancy dairy, 29c.
Cheese—New, 16M,®18c; Young America, 18®
19c. .1 ■ , . > ■
Eggs— Ranch, 31c; store, 30c.
CHICAGO, Jan. 13.—Butter steady; cream
eries, 28034 c; dairies, 25®30c.
Eggs—Steady; receipts, 3310; at mark, cases
Included, [email protected]!4c: firsts, 35c; prime firsts. Me
Cheese—Steady; Daisies, lciV»l7e; twins, 1614
01614 c; Young Americas, 1614 c; Long Horns,
1614 C ; • . I - ' ..
COFFEE AND SUGAR
NEW YORK, Jan. 13. —Coffee —Futures
closed steady, net unchanged to 10 p.nut -
lower. *Sales were reported of 12,750 baK*
including Jan., $6.75, Feb., $6.80; May. $O.UO
®6.95; Sept., $7®7.05, and Dec. $6.95.
Spot, steady No. 7 Rio. 8 11-16®8?;c; No.
4, Santos, 9®»lic. Mild, quiet; Cordova.
I)® 11 lie.
.Sugar—Raw. firm; Muscovado, S!> test,
$3.60; centrifugal 96 test, $4.17; molassos
sugar. »9 test. 5:1.4 2. Rcflnßd —Steady.
PRICES OF METALS
IN NEW YORK MARKET
NEW YORK, Jan. 13 Copper,"^
wraki atandard spot to March, 513.12V1 ..
© I3.SU. f , .■ " <m
Lead, »4.61'/»@I.TJM!. . ,-, V'■ <$,
Silver, IV! :!-«.•. '::-.«,
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 14, 1910,
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York Stock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, Stock and Bond exchange ot San
Francisco.
SAN FHANCISCO, Jan. 13.-Followlng were
the closing quotations:
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS.
Bid. Asked
Associated OH Co is 9814 98%
Day Counties Power Co 6s 103% 104
Cal Central Gas and Klec 5s 10314
Cal Gas and Elec (ten M&CT 6a 100%
California St Cable Co 5s 103
California wine Assn 5s 8814
City Electric Co 6s 90 91V.
Contra Costa Water Co 6a 100 10114
Contra Costa Water Co gen mlg 6s 91
Bdtaon Eleo Co of L A 6s 101%
BMiBOD Light and Power 69 108
Ferrlee and Clift* House Ry 6s 10]
Hawaiian Com'l and S 5s 105%
Honolulu R T and L Co 6s 108
Lake Tahou Ry & T Co 6a 99 100
Los Angeles Elec Co 5h..' 10114
Los Angeles Gas and 121 Co 5b 10114
lx>s Angeles Railway 5h 108%
Los Angeles Lighting gd 5a 10214
L A Pac R R Ist con mtg 5s 10714
L A Pac R R of Cal Ss 103
Market Street Cable 6s 10314
Market St Cable Ry Ist eons mtß 5s .. 10314
M V & Mt Tamalpais S Ry 100
Northern Ry Co (of Cal) 5s 114%
Northern Cal Railway 5s 114%
Northern Cal Power Co 5s 101>» lOBH
Northern Electric Co 'p 9014 95 .
Oakland Gas Light and H 6s 102
Oakland Transit Co 6s 106 11*
Oakland Transit 6s 10JI14
Oakland Transit Con 6s ]noi =
Oakland Traction Con 6s 95>4 Mi
Oakland Traction Co 5s 931j 94,4
Oakland Water Co gtd 63 97
Omnibus Cable Ry 6a 10814
Pacific Gas Imp 4s 87
Pacific Electrl Ry Co 6s 10514 106
Pacific Light and Power Co 6s 90
Pac Light and Power gtd 6s 100(4
Pacific Tel and Tel Co 5s 100 W>l4
Park and Cliff House Ry 6s 99
I'ark & Ocean R H 6» 100
People's Water Co 6s 7114 72%
Powell Street Railway 6s 101
Sac'to ISlec Gas & Ry 6a 102%
S F Oak & San Jose Ry 2d mtg 5a .. 90
8 F Oak & B 3 Con Ry 6s '.. 94% 9514
Sierra Ry of Cal 6s 106
S P R R of Ariz 6s, 1910 100
S P R R of Cal 6s, 1912 105
S P R R of Cal Ist c gtd c 6s 115%
S P Branch Ry of Cal 6s 127%
S P R R CO Ist rfdg 4s 94% 95
Stockton Gas and El Corp 6a 104
S V Water Co gen mtg 4s 90% V>%
United Gas and Eloc Co 6a 98 100
United R R of S F 4s 74% 75
Vallejo, Henlcla & Napa V R R 6s 75
Valley Counties Power Co 63 101% 102%
WATER STOCKS—
Marin County CO
Spring Valley Water Co 44% 45
HAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS—
iliy Electric Co 49% 4914
N Cal Power Co Con 75
Pacific Lighting Corp pfd 75
Pacific Lighting Corp com 5114
INSURANCE STOCKS—
California Ins Co Rl 83%
Fireman's Fund 230 237%
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS—
California 130 136
Presidio 22
POWDER STOCKS—
Giant Consolidated Co 78% 79
SUGAR STOCKS-
Hawalinn Coml and Sugar Co r,7% 38
Honokaa Sugar Co 21
Ilutchlnson Sugar Plantation 1714 IS%
Kilauea Sugar Plantation Co 14%
Makawell Sugar Co r>3
Onomea Sugar Co 53% 64
Paauhau S P Co 28%
Union Sugar Co 60
OIL STOCKS—
Associated Oil Co 49 49' i
fcjtorling Oil and Dcv t'.o 3U 4!4
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS—
Alaska Packers' Association 59%
Cal Fruit Cannere' Assn 101 1(12
M V & Mt Tamalpais S Rj- 100
Pac Auxiliary Fire Alarm 3
Pacific Coast Uorax Co 1(4
Pac Tel and Tel pfd 9S
Pac Tel and To! com 43 , 44
Morning Kales -i'JOO Key Routo Inc. 95U; I'niA
United R R 4s. 74%; liOOO do at 74%; 9000 Spring
V Water 4s. Si)'*; 14,000 S P reg 4s, <M\; : 1
do at 00%; 8000 Cal Bu and Klec ss. 300%; 1000
Assd Oil ss. 9Sli; 25 Alaska, 89%; 50 And Oil,
4914; 10 Anglo nand, 146V4; 20 Fireman's Fund
Ins, 232'j; 100 Honokaa. 21; 70 Onomea, 6!; 10
Pac Tel com, «; 150 Spring V Water, 45; JO
tame at 44%; 105 same at 44%.
Afternoon sales—looo Spring V Water 4s, 90;
2000 do at 9014; 20,000 do at 9014; 6000 s P lit
rofg 4s, 94"i; 8000 Los A Ry 6s, 109; 1000 Contra
Costa Water 2d 6s. 92: 40 Alaska. S9'i; 80
Alaska, 89%; 60 Assd Oil. 49>4; 300 Hawaiian,
8T14; 10 Giant, 78%; 5 Makawell, 43; 5 N Cal
Pi wer. 49; 25 City Elec, 4854; 210 Spring V
Water. 44%; 200 do at 44%.
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 13.—Flour—Family
extras, $6.«0©7; bakers' extras, $6.0067; Oregon
and Washington, $5.60(55.90.
Wheat— Shipping, $1.95®2; milling, $1.95.
Barley—Feed, $1.42141.4614; brewing, $1.45®
1.4714; Chevalier, $1.60'«;1.65.
Oats—Red. $1.62!4«>1.72i4; white, [email protected];
black, [email protected] 1
Mlllsluffs-MlddlinKS, [email protected]: mixed feed,. $28
1533; rolled barley, 30©31; oatmeal, $4.40©4.60;
oat groats. $4.60; rolled oats, [email protected]
Hay-Wheat, [email protected]; wheat and oat, $13©
17; wild oat, 110014 tame oat, $12®16; alfalfa,
[email protected]; straw, [email protected]
Receipts—Flour, 1077; barley, 2920; oats. 655;
beans 425; corn, 410; potatoes, 4670; bran, 125;
middlings. 245; hay, 631; hides, 595; wine, 34,400.
Beans—Pink, [email protected]; Lima, [email protected]; small
white, $4.5004.86; large white, $3.2083.60.
Potatoes— Oregon Burbanks, 01,9001.80; Sali
nas Burbanks, [email protected]; Merced sweets, $1.50
01.61.
Onions-Fancy. $1.10: common. $1.
Various— Green peas, [email protected]; string beans
nominal: egg plant, Texas, lofiloc; green pep
pers, 4®sc; tomatoes. [email protected]: rhubarb, [email protected]; gar
lic. $4®'6c; cucur..bers, [email protected]
Poultry—Live turkeys, 21®24c; dressew tur
keys. [email protected];.01d roosters. [email protected]; young roosters,
$6 6009; small broilers, $3.60®4.50; large,' $4.50®
6-' fryers, [email protected]; hens. $5«10; old ducks. $4
©6; young, $7®9; geese, [email protected]; old pigeons, $1®
1.25; young. [email protected]
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO, Jan. 13.—Cattle—Receipts esti
mated at 7000; market steady; beeves, $4.10®
7.83; Texas steers. $4®5: western steers, $4.10 M
6.10; storkers and feeders. II0S.1O; cows and
heifers, M.1005.t0j calves, $7.754ia,75.
Hogs—Receipts estimated at 18,000; market 10
@15c higher; light, $8.30f«8.65; mixed, $>.SOO4.S«<
heavy $5.25®8.55; rough. $8.355i5.55; good to
choice heavy, $8.65®8.85; pigs. $7.305J8.25; bulk
of sales, $8,55®8.70.
Sheep—Receipts estimated at 12,000; market
steady; native, $4®o; western, $44)6; yearlings,
$6.7508; lambs, native, $6.25®8.7t>; western, $6.25
08. TO.
, . ...
FRUIT MARKET
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 13— Fancy apples,
[email protected]$l; common, 50®65c; common pears, $1;
fancy, $1.25; persimmons nominal; naval
oranges, $1.6502.50; Mexican limes, [email protected];
common California lemons, $l.. ri<i!ft2.so; good to
choice, $3®3.50; fancy, $4®4.50; bananas, 50®
3.25; pineapples, $2(u_.on.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
NEW YORK, Jan. 13. — Evaporated ap
ples, quiet and prices steady on light of
ferings on the .spot. Fancy are Quoted at
10!iS*llc: choice, 9199140; prime, 7!407%c;
common to fair, [email protected]%c.
Prunes are not being offered freely and
prices are firm, Influenced by the strength
of the coast: quotations range from 2%<&
!>',ic for California up to 30-409, and [email protected]
for Oregon«.
Apricots—Firm with light offerings, but
trading is quiet. Choice, 11 '4 «i 11 lie; extra
choloe, 1114®120> fancy. 13 HOIS Ho.
Peaches Quiet but firm. Choice. 6%<Q>
7c; extra choice, [email protected]: fancy, 7%4j>80.
Raisins — More active and firm on the
strength on the coast. Loose musactel, [email protected]
5%c; choice to fancy seeded, .5(26 f>-8c;
needless, 3«4®4%c; London layers, $1.16
1.20. ,' '-„.. '. ■'.(; X;;, '%;(-^
FINANCIAL
LOS ANGELES, Jan. 13.—Bank clearings
were {2,419,187.91, an Increase of {466.560.90 us
compared with the corresponding date of last
year. Following Is a comparative statement:
1910. 1909. 1908.
Monday ....$2,439,629.79 {1,903,337.40 $1,892,418.56
Tuesday .... 2.455,134.57 2,368,632.79 1,649.343.26
Wednesday.. 2,972,245.72 2,599,754.25 1,637,684.11
Thursday ... 2,419,187.91 1,953.327.01 1,636,900.00
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Business on the stock exchange yesterday
was light and but little Interest was shown,
except in the oil list.
Associated bonds have been in good demand
during the last week and closed [email protected]
Citizens National closed at 222®227, an ad
vance of 2 points over Wednesday.
Odd lots of Edison, both preferred and com
mon, were -■ the preferred (nine shares)
brought 80H; two shaes of the common at 6014.
The Home Issues did not change.
Associated Oil, on sales of 40 shares, sold
from 49% to 4914, iho market here being quiet.
Central Oil sold at 184.
California Midway had a good market under
the prospect of bringing In another gusher.
Tills company's shares are becoming much
sought after, and although It Is difficult to
get any authentic information there seems to
be no question but what they will bring In
another well within the next three or four
days.
Should this prove true, brokers arc predicting
60 cents and better for the stock.
Jade Oil Is Inclined to aviate this week, and
the prico Is already soaring to heights com
paring favorably with the flights of the cele
brated Frenchman.
Morning Sales
9 Edison Elec pfd at $80.50; 2 Edison Elec
com at $60.60: 20 Associated Oil at $49.3714; 209
Jade at 35; 2000 Cal Midway at 1914; 1000, B. 30,
at 20.
Afternoon Sales \
20 Associated Oil at $49.1214; 3000 Cal Midway
at 1914; 1000 Central at $1.84.
Bonds
•V. ; ■• • " , Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil Co 98 99
California Pacific Ry 95 104
Corona City Water Co ' 95 100
Corona Power and W Co 96 . 100 •
Edison El Co, Ist ref 101
do, old Issue 104 106
Home Telephone Co 85 87
Homo Tel Co Ist refg 76% 77%
L A Pac Ist con mtgs. ... 10714
L A and Pasadena El Ry 95 108
L. A Railway Co 108 110
L A Traction Co 9s 107 . 114
- do 5s .• 106
Mission Trans & R Co 87
Pac Eleo Ry Co 100 108
Pac Light and power Co 93
Pasadena Home T and T Co 80
Pomona Con Water Co .....,«.• 98 ....
Riverside H T and T Co '. 79
Riverside Light and F Co ... 101
S Monica H.T and T C 0... 80
San Dlc»o H T and T Ist mtg. " ... 80
Santa Barbara Eleo Hy ... 84'
Temescal Water Co 99 ...
United Elec G and P Co 101
Union Transportation Co ■ 8414 96%
V S Long Distance T and TCo ... , 80
Vlsalla Water Co 100
Whittler Homo T and T Co 90
Banks
,'-':"i Bid. Ask.
All Night and Day Bank 115.00 140.00
American Savings Bank 141.00 170.00
Bdway Bank and Trust 140.00
California Savings 118.00 145.00
Central National 180.00 200.00
Citizens National 222.00
Commercial National 143.00
Equitable Savings Bank 175.00 210.00
Farmers'and Mer National 280.00
Federal Bank of L A 14.00
First National 495,00 525.00
German American Svgs 330.00 337.60
Globe Savings Bank 126.00 140.00
Home Savings Bank of Ii A—114.00
Merchants National 630.00
Merchants Bank and T Co 195.00
National Bank of Cal 190.00
Security Savings Bank 375.00 410.00
U. S. National 145.00
Industrial and Public Utilities
Bid. Ask
Cal Portland Cement Co 150.00 200.00
Edison Electric pfd 81.00 82.00
Edison Electric com 60.00 62.00
Hawaiian Com and Sub 37.00 38.00
Home Telephone pfd 66.00 56.50
Home Telephone com 9.50 10.50
L A Athletic Club 10.00
L A Brewing Co 125.00
L A Investment Co 8.00 3.10.
Mexican Nat'l Gas pfd 45.00 65.00
Mexican Nat'l Gas com 30.00
Paauhau 8 P Co 27.00 28.00
Pac Mut Life Ins Co 260.00 310.00
Pasadena H T and T Co 40.00
Riverside Home T and T Co 35.00
San Diego Home T and T C 0.... 22.50 23.76
Santa Monica BUT pfd 28.00 32.00
Sun Drug Co 100
Seaside Water Co 100.00
Title G and Tr Co pfd 246.00
Title I and Tr Co pfd 175.00 225.00
Title I and Tr Co com 175.00 225.00
Title I and Tr Co Ser C 176.00 225.00
U S I, D T and T Co pfd 42.00 44.00
Union Security Corp pfd 100.00
Union Trust Co 42.00
Whlttier II T and T Co 90.00
Oil Stocks ■
Bid. Ask.
American Crude- Oil Co '. 1.10
American Pet Co pfd 98.00
American Pet Co pfd 75.00 76.00
Associated Oil 49.00 49.25
Brookshlre Oil 1.80
Central 134
Cleveland Oil Co -30
Columbia 1-20 1.27
Continental oil 35
Euclid Oil Co BO .60
Fullcrton Oil 3.10
Globo Wtt .1714
Jade Oil Co 364
Mexican Petroleum 1.20 1.30
Mexican Pet Ltd I'M 07.75 68.25
Mexican Pet Ltd com 23.00 26.00
New Pennsylvania Pet Co , .70
Ollnda Land Co (Oil) 34 .3614
Palmer on Co 1-09 1.1214,
Perseus Oil Co .80
Piru Oil and L Co 17
Reed Crude -28
Rice Ranch Oil Co SO 1.00
Section Six OH Co .OS
Traders OH Co 111.00
Union 103.8715 104.25
Union Provident Co 102.00 104.00
United Petroleum 103.50 104.50
West Coast Oil com ... v 9.00 .....
Western Union 179.60
Yellowstone Oil Co .4914
NON-PRODUCERS*-
California Midway Oil Co 19%
I
DAILY MINING CALL
Morning Cales
1000 California. Hills, at 4%; 3000 Johnnie M
and M at 7. „.,.,,
Bid. Asked
Cal Hills M Co 04% .04%
Consolidated Mines Co 01 .0114
Mexico- . ; ai
Clark Copper Co 0414 .Oj
NEVADA—
Johnnie Mng and Mill Co 07 .07%
Quartette 8 - ™
Searchlight Parallel „■■■■-. M .01
CITRUS FRUIT REPORT
BOSTON
BOSTON, Jan. 13.—Three cars sold. Clear
and cold. Market Is unchanged. .
NAVELS
Victoria AH CMS Blanca 11.81
Lincoln AH Casa Blanca 1.85
Glendora Heights ACO aiend 2.66
Squirrel AH Casa Hlanca 1.75
Gold of Ophlr Butte Co CA Ther..,. 2.25
NEW YORK CITY'
NEW YORK CITY, Jan. 13.— Five cars
navels and one car lemons sold. Market
very Bteady on good quality—active. I«i :
ons firm on fruit free from frost. Weather
cloudy, threatening rain.
NAVELS. , Avge.
Stag ACG Ex »2;?
Hunter ACO Ex -■'•i'
(lolden State IMP TOO Ex 8.35
Golden State TOC Ex 2.60
Watchumna TCC Ex 10
Squirrel AH Ex 2.80
Squirrel AH Ex 3-45
Marlposa Fy CCU 2.25
Mistletoe Xc CCU 1-85
Sunflower Xf CCU .......1.95
LEMONS —San Fernando Key ST Ex 15.45
Tunnel ST Ex 3.20
CITRIS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
Oranges. Lemons. TI.
Wednesday. Jan. 12.... 121 13 IJ4
Total to date thin season 2170 738 2SOB
Total l" same late last
season 2641 789 3310
■*-+-+
'Anybody" who .would be able to Unit an
•ddreas in the directory would be able to
end your CLASSIFIED ad. , ■
CUBAN TOMATOES
APPEAR IN MARKET
CARLOAD SHIPMENTS SELLING
AT $4 A CRATE
Better Receipts of Potatoes, with the
Prices on Spuds, Butter, Eggs,
Onions and Beans Firm.
Sweet Potatoes Scarce
The special feature of the local produce
market Thursday was the arrival of a car
load of fine tomatoes from Cuba, put up in
crates of six boxes to the crate, and job
bing at $4. Tomatoes have been scarce for
soveral days. Rivers Bros, received the as
signment.
Other produce was plentiful with all
prices firm. No change in butter or eggs.
Final decision on what constitutes a
storage egg win be made February 6. The
state board of health commissioners, who
recently received testimony on the subject
In Los Angeles, ruled that eggs which have
been under refrigeration shall be marked:
"The product contained herein has been
kept under refrigeration for purposes of
preservation." Local egg dealers claim
that this decision is a victory for the pro
duce men.
Receipts of produce were: Eggs, 11 s cases;
butter, 17,080 pounds; cheese, 21 pounds; po
tatoes, 3240 sacks; onions, 400 sacks; beana,
400 sacks; sweet potatoes, 220 sacks; apples,
none;
Produce Prices
Following are the Dally Market Reporter
wholesale quotations:
EGGS —Local ranch, candloj. extra se
lected, 40c; local ranch, candled, 3Sc; local
ranch, case count, buying price, 35c; east
•rn fresh, 35c: eastern storage, packed
extra, 30c; eastern storage, seconds, 2Sc.
BUTTER —California creamery extras. 2
lb. roll, 77Hc; California creamery firsts, 2
lb. roll, 671-.C. eastern creamery, extra 3,
87V4c; cooking butter. 26c; ladle butter,
[email protected]
CHEESE —Northern fresh. 20c: northern
storage, I!>iß>2oc; Oregon Daisy, 21c; eastern
singles, 19tr20c; eastern twine, 19&21 c;
eastern Daisies 20c; eastern Long Horn.
20c; eastern Cheddars, [email protected]; Imported
swiss, [email protected] Jack cheese, 18c; domestic
swiss, 23c: cream brick, 20c; Llmburger,
[email protected]; Roquefort, 3Sffi4oc; Edam. $S.OOCP
8.00: Canadian cream, per box, $1.00.
BEANS—No. 1 pink, $4.9U®6; No. 1
Llmas, [email protected]; No. 1 Lady Washing
tons. [email protected]: No. 1 Bmall whites, $5.40
@5 50; No. 1 Blackeyes, $4.75; No. 1 Gar
vanzas, [email protected]; No. 1 Lentils, California,
$7.00#8.00.
POTATOES— Highlands, per cwt., $1.10
©1.36; Lompoc, per cwt.. $1.65®1.75; Wat
ionvllle, per cwt.. $1.50ig>1.G5; Oregon BHir
banks, per cwt. $1.50(0.1.60; Oregon Early
Rose, per cwt. [email protected]; Salinas. $1.50®
1.65; yellow sweets, per cwt. $1.75®2.
ONIONS —Northern Australian brown, per
cwt., »[email protected]; Oregons, $2 cwt; garlic,
[email protected] lb.
FRESH FRUITS—Apples: Bellefleum.
4-tler, $1.60®1.65; Bellefleurs. 414-tier.
$1 35; Gravenstelns. 4-tler, $1.00; Graven
steins, 414-tler, 90c®$1.00; Hoovers, 4-tler.
$2 25; Jonathans, 4-tler, $3.00; Pearmalns.
white winter. 4-tler, $1.50; Pearmalns. 414
--tler $1.35; Pearmains, red, 4-tler. $1.60;
Pearmains. red, 414-tler, $1.20; Smiths
Cider. 4-tler, $1.50; Smith's Cider. 414-tler.
$125; Ben Davis, 4-tler, Col.. $1.65®1.55;
Newton Pippins. 4-tler, $1.50; Mo. Pippins,
4-tier, Col., $2.00; Mo. Pippins, 41j-tior..
Cal., $1.25: Mo. Pippins, 4-tler, Cal., $1.60;
Rome Beauties, $2.50®2.75; Spltzenburgs.
4-tier $2.50; Ganos. $1.75®2.00; Wlnesaps,
4-tler. Col., $2.75®3.00; Wlnesaps, 4-tler.
Cal., $1.75; Wlnesaps, 41i-tler, Cal., $1 25.
Berries: Strawberries, fancy, per basket,
[email protected]; strawberries, choice, per basket, 8c;
cranberries, per barrel, $10.50®11; rasp
berries, per basket. 10c. Citrus: Grapefruit,
seedlings, [email protected]; lemons, fancy, $350;
lemons, choice, $1.75; oranges, fancy Navels,
$2 25®2.75; oranges, Tangarlncs. 14 box.
$1.50; orangeß, Valenclas, fancy, $2.50W
3.00; limes. 20-lb. box. $1.25.
TROPICAL—Banasas, per 18., 414 c; ban
anas, red, per lb.. 6c; dates, Fard. lb.. 9©
lie; date's, Golden, lb., Sl4c; Persian. 1-lb.
pkg«, 9c; Alligator pears, doz., $5.00; pine
apples, 6®7c.
MISCELLANEOUS —Pears, winter Nellls.
picking boxes, |[email protected]; cantaloupes, local,
crate, Jumbos, [email protected]>3.00; casabas, crate,
|[email protected]; melons, 13.00; grapes, lug
boxes, $1.25^1.50; Guavas, per basket,
4c; peaches, box, $1.25; pomegranates, sc;
quinces, per box, $1.25; watermelons, per
In., Use; persimmons, per Ib., [email protected]
VEGETABLES — Artichokes. Northern,
doz., [email protected]; Brussels sprouts, Northern,
lb.,S4<9c; bell peppers, 1b.,10c; beets, sacks.
80c; string Deans, lb, lie; green cabbage,
sack, $1.25; red cabbage, lb., 2c; carrots,
sack, 80c; cauliflower, doz. [email protected]; celery,
doz., 5013)600; celery, crate, $2. 2.75;
cucumbers, $1.5002 dozen; corn, green, box,
[email protected]; corn husks, cut, lb., Gf»'6o; egg
plant, lb., [email protected]; leeks, doz., 35c; oyster
plant, doz.. [email protected]; okra, lb., B©lo c; let
tuce, ct, $1,506)160; peas, lb., [email protected]>lSc; pars
ley, doz., 25c: parsnips, doz., 40c; rhubarb,
crimson winter, 85c; rhubarb, Northern
Strawberry, box, 83c: spinach, doz.. [email protected];
summer squash, per box, 75c; squash. Hub
bard, lb.. 1 1 '/4c: young onions, doz.. 150
85c; turnips, sack, 80c; tomatoes, $1.25 box.
DRIED FRUITS — Apples, evaporated, lb.,
lOSjllc; apricot?, lb., [email protected]; figs, loose,
white, box. $1.25; figs, loose, black, box,
$1 25; peaches, lb.", 7<a>Sc; pears, lb.. Hi)
12c; plums, lb., 1214 c; nectarines, lb.. a®
10c.
PRUNES —20-3 Os; 10c; 30-408, 9c; 40-503,
!14c; 50-603, 614 c; CO-70S, 60; 70-BOS, 514 c;
80-90 S. sc; 90-lOOs, 4 lie.
RAISINS —Muscatels, 2-crown, loose, 50-
Ib. boxes, lb. 4 Vie: 3-crown, lose, 50-lb. box.
Ib. 6c; 4-crown, lose, 50-lb. box. lb. fie; Lon
don layers, 2-crown, lose, 20-lb. box, lb.
$1.10; 8-crown. $1.25; 4-crown, $1.65; s
crown, $1.90: Sultanas, bleachod, lb. 9(ii/llc;
unbleached, 3'.i®lc; seedless, 16-oz. pkg.
614®714c; 12-01. pkg. [email protected]!4e.
NUTS —Per lb.— Almonds, fancy, IXL, 17c:
Ne Plus Ultra. 160. Brazils, 14^15c; cocoa
nuts t>oc®sloo; chestnuts, lliaiL'c; filberts,
144j)'15c; hickory, 8c; pecans, XX, 1214 c;
XXX 16c; XXXX. 17c; eastern peanuts, 7c;
Japan peanuts, 9c: Spanish peanuts. No. 1
shelled 10c; plnenuts, 20c; No. 1 S. S. wal
nuts 1314014 c; No. 2, 10c; Jumbos, 17©
ISC- budded, 18®20c; eastern popcorn, owl.
$3 76; local, cwt. $1 503.25.
RICE 100 lbs. — Fancy Honduras, Caro
lina $7' choice Honduras, Carolina, $7r«'
7.25; Japan grades. [email protected]; Island, $6.25;
broken, $3.50.
HONEY' — Per Ib.—Water white, extracted.
7©7l<-c; white, extracted, 7c; light amber,
extracted, 64j6',4c; water white comb,
lib-frames, 18e: white, comb, frames, 15c;
light amber, comb, frames, 12(& 12 bees
wax, per lb. 3uc. 14
LIVE STOCK — Packers pay f. o. b. Los
Angeles for beef steers, 414 'ii 4 ",4c; beef
steers, 3la® 4c; beef heifers. 3 14 <u 4c; ueei
calves 6c; mutton, weathers, $4.5006;
mutton, ewes. [email protected]; mutton, Imbs, $3 ir
8.26: hoes, 7 HO.
POULTRY— Buying prices In \lib country:
(Per lb.) — Hens, [email protected]; old roosters, 10c;
stags 8c: broilers, 1 to 2 lbs., per lb. 25c:
fryers, 2 lbs and up, per lb. 22c; .Masters, 3
lbs and up, per lb. 19c; geese, 16c; ducks.
ISO- squab pigeons, dozen, $1.50; turkey
bens 8-lb. and up, 22c; young torn tur
keys, 22c; old toms. 24c.
CHILI— per Ib. —Evaporated, strings, 13
®20c; lose, 18c; Mexican black, 2®l6c,
green, sc; chill teplns, $1.25; Japan, 15c,
corn husks, [email protected]
HAY— (Baled). The following quotations
are furnished by the Los Angeles Hay Stor
age Co. (Per ton)— Barley or wheat hay.
$12.608116.50; tame oat hay, $15<u)15.50; al
falfa, $13.50®15.
MILL FEED— Uran. $1.60: whote corn,
$1.75; cracked corn, $1.80; feed meal, $2.
rolled barley, $1.80; oil caki meal, $2.5U:
shorts, $1.85; Kaffir corn. $3; white oats,
$180' red oats, eastern, $2.25; wheat, ori
ginal sacks, cwt. $2.05: wheat, 100-lb. sacks
12 "' Butter and Eggs at Retail
Butter, 2-lb. fancy "0o
Butter. 2-lb. roll, choice 890
Cooking butter, 2-lb. roll ;s°®?s°
Eggs, dozen ••■• 4214C40C
Salt Lake Service Resumed
Local train service of the Salt Lake
Route has been resumed between Los
Angeles and Pomona, Ontario, River
side, Colton and San Bernardino, trains
leaving First street station dally at
8:35 a. m., 11 a. m., 3:40 p. m. and 5:24
p m. The popular orange grove ex
cursions via this line leave Los An
gele9 daily at 8:35 a. m., returning at
6:51 p. m. Round trip fare to San Ber
nardino is $2.75, with return limit of
eight days and stopovers' allowed at
Riverside and other points. Sunday
fare is $1"5, good for the day.
Tickets and information at 601 South
Spring street and at station.
First Exclusive Private Wire House on the Pacific Coast
J. C. WILSON
• MEMIJER NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE •
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
THE STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE, S. F. ;J
CORRESPONDENTS
HARRIS, WINIHROP & COMPANY ,
OFFICES HOTEL ALEXANDRIA, 212 Welt Fifth St.
HOTEL DEL CORONADO, Coronado
MILLS HI 11.D1M., San Francisco
PALACE HOTEL, Kan Francisco
. Open December '18. •'■■'•.
Pasadena Clients Will Get Instantaneous Service by
Calling Home 119 \
B. G. LATHROP, Manager
•' ', ««.V FI3S3—TELEPHONES— MAIN 5798 ■
CLEARINGJjOUSE BANKS „„
MAMIS r ~? ~ OIFICEKS. __
' ~~1 ~~Z ~ WAllllt. OILLELEN, Pusldent.
Jjddw-v Bank & Trust Company X w kennet, cashier.
. Capital, $250,000.
»08-810 Broadway. Bradbury building. Surplus and Undivided Pronts. $20S.«H. ,
Inited States National Bank f. w. smith, cashier.'
Capital. 1200.000.
B E. corner Main and Commercial. Surplus and Profits. t7».00«.
[!•"*«" national Bank . vc.i.' w. woods, ca>nier.
B Capital. $1,000,000. >■' ;
J B W. corner Third and .Main. Surplus. tSOO.OOO.
I ommcxiai national Bank kewman essick, c-aabicr.
Capital, $;00.000.
) 401 B. Spring, corner Fourth. Surplus an.l Undivided Profit.. m.OQO.
„ i. ' , 1. 'V. HELLMAN. President.
armers & Merchants National .bams charles setlbr. caamer.
■ Capital, 11,500,000.
Corner Fourth and Main. Surplus and Proflta. $l,M0,O0«. ' ;..
,= — J. M. ELLIOTT. President.
Ast Na ional Bank . w i. s o hammond.
• Capital Stock, 260,000.
B B. corner Second and Spring. ' Bu lus and Proflu. $1,82«.0W. _
IJerchants National Bank W. H. h°greene, Pre.ldent.
erchants National Bank chas. oheene. cashier.
«i| Capital. $200,000.
11l 8 E corner Third and Spring. Surplus ami Profit., $<25.00».
— ; — ~ - J. K. FISHMI.'KN. President. ,
National Bank of Cahiornoa h. a. mckee. caahier.
M Capital, $500,000. „„ ii.
1 N. B. corner Fourth and Spring. Surplus ami Undivided Profits. IIIM.OO*.
— ~ -~ 8. F. ZOMBRO, President.
\ ..trai iSlational Bank jameb b. gist, cttabi.r.
Capital, »300.000. __«-
J 8. B. corner Fourth and Broadway. Surplus and Undivided Profit.. $2<^BW.
JLOSMQELES SAVINGS^ANKS ....."
SECURIT^T
AVINGS BANK
OLDEST AND LARGEST IN SOUTHWEST
Resources Over $25,000,000.00
SECURITY BUILDING, FIFTH AND SPRING STREETS
GERMAN AMERICAN SAYIHbSBANK
1 ■■» THE BANK WITH THE **"*&
EFFICIENT SERVICE |
mmcti IXCEEI> $13fi00.00Q°-2 1
I SPRING 8» FOURTH STS. I
f CHICAGO GRAIN
Special service to Tile Herald by J. C. Wil
son, member Chicago boar.i of trade, New
Yurk Stock exchange, arid San Francisco Bond
and Stock exchange, 812 West Fifth street.
Los Angeles.
CHICAGO, Jan. -Wheat made further
gains today without being a very large or Im
portant market, and without holding but lit
tle In the Improvement. Many of yesterdays
sellers have been buying today and have ab
sorbed a great deal of wheat that has b. n
sold from time to time by commission houses.
In addition, there has been scattered com
mission buying of much persistence, which
has absorbed quite an aggregate of wheat.
Unsettled weather in Argentine, with every
prospect now that the January shipments will
fall far short of a year ago, affected English
markets and In turn helped sentiment here.
Demand for cash wheat has also been better,
but supplies have been light and sales not
lane Cash w..eat was firmer southwest,
hardly a* firm northwest, although milling
call in the latter motion was good and the
grinding last week was nearly 57.000 barren
more than for preceding, week. No new ex
port business, and exporters of Manitoba
claim bids are 3 cents nut of line for working.
Winnipeg was very weak ami closed % cents
lower than last night, in lace of l'»d ad
vance in Liverpool. ■* >s. ; ■.
There was enormous trade in corn. in«
market walked steadily upward, taking all
the offerings en route, and reacting only the
faintest fractions on the way up. May an.l
July reached the 70-cent level, the former, In
fact, passing it, while September wan not
far below It. There has been very important
eastern buying today, and much western II-
Ins The weather in the entire corn belt with
no immediate prospect of Important change,
has broken up country roads and greally de
layed the movement to market. Eastern de
mand for rash corn has been good here, but
aThl™' Vas'^xce.lenftrade In .... There
baa been fairly Important buying by elevator
concerns, shipping and commission huuses. cun
si,Liable profit taking by longs on • scale up
Much reinstating today also by longs who .old
""prov'slVn^werd again sharply higher on sen
sationally small showing of receipts and pack
ing at western centers. Receipts today at
western points, 02.900, against 104.300 last year.
Week packing, SBO.OOO hogs less than last
",. 645.0011. against 775,000. Packing since
November 1 was 6.440.000 hogs compared with
T,806,000 last year, a decrease of i,si>j,wj.
MARKET RANGES
„.,.,.._ Open. High. Low. Close.
„* Jl 13>,i 11.14 $1.14* U.I3U
] S*l " 1.031* 1" l.flS'i I.OSVi
eSpttmber .7 M -■- ,M% M
M £v m~ 69% .70% .69% .714
"1J .Mi .70 .C 9»» .69*
September":: C9H f% .6914 .«9*
M^ ta" „ .49 ' .49H -4ST4 .49V4
"X . .45% ■>■■ .45% .45%
eepwrnber 1;.. ■'-■ «« •«% -<:*
January 8215 n.iv* "■n'i 22124
January •••• 5 , 22 _, 5 22 . nvi 22 .»0
July '.'■'.. .....:— SS:«7V4 2-'3O 22.20 22.20
Tanuadr7 • ... 12-8 12.80 12' TO J2.JTI,
January .» j^ U ; BH Ja .25 . 12.27 M,
Jf a,* 12.27V4 12-27 V!. 12.20 U. 20
Janua.s .... .„ uT - „.,,-, „.,,-,
1 CMhoiuotatloni w< re as follows: Flour Brm;
N . "., „.,, 7gu O | r. - i .-r mixing barli
'fair "to choice malting, To«Wci Sm d, No 1
iouthweetern, P.W; No l northwestern, $«•;
timothy seed, *3.9«; clover, »15; mess pork, per
hhl 122.85ff182.37H; lard, per 100 lbs. »i:
Ijtb; .hort ribs. si!--, i IU.BO9U.g7Hi
short clear sides, bosfd. lIWIO.M.
Ksti.naf.l receipts Eor tomorrow: Wiiw, H
cars- corn, 283 cars; oats, 114 cars; hogs, IS.OW.
Daily movement of Produce: „
Plour. barrels U.MJ W.JJI
Barley, bushels - : ---. 5-""° -''lto
COTTON AND WOOL
NEW YORK, Jan. 13.—Cotton tutor«*
cloned weak. Jan.. $14.50; Feb.. $14.53;
March, $14.82; April, $14.65; May. $14.74;
June, $14.68; July. $14.71; August 14.45;
Sept.. $14.46; Oct., $12.90; Deo., $13.70.
Cotton —Spot closed quiet, 6 points lower;
middling uplands. $14.95; middling gulf,
515.20. Bales. 200 balsa.
ST. LOUIS, M 0.,. i Jan. 13.—Wool—Un
changed; medium grades combing »mi
clothing, 2489 c; light fine, 225«>27c; heavy
line, 12021 c; tub washed, 25®37c.
/p^ $1,041,766.44 j&jbk
\ 3S3r leposits in our first year, "'j^Hl XV
jK3*&^ millions at the end of our
aW second, is not necessary to prove to *^B
tt you that our 15,000 customers are. H
11 satisfied and more contented than .MS
I 1 the customers of any other bank, fl
Ff Whut was first a convenience ha.-i .; TU
I' now become a necessity. Try it and JH
* be convinced. gg
SffIJ6m*SPRING ST , 3 r,i) '(^
3%
We pay 3 per cent on checking; account*
where minimum Imlatice in nut lets** than
$300. Log Angelof* Trust ami Savings bunk.
Central Bids., Sixth und .Main.
Lay San Diego Home
Telephone StocK
Nets 10%
Fielding J. Stilson Co.
303 11. W. lIELXJIAK lILDC.
A25«7. ■ Main 105.-
DREAM IS ADMITTED
AS COURT EVIDENCE
Girl's Vision Results in Finding Body
of Fiance and Cousins Are
Held for the Crime
BERLIN, Jan. 13.—"1 cannot come
to you, for I li.' under sand and
gravel." So said the ghost of Nlcode
mus Malcharczyk to his fiancee when
the girl bad been wondering at his de
sertion. He was just of age to inherit
the property left by his father and
managed by his stepfather, his uncle
and a cousin since his mother' died.
That something was suspicious in the
case was obvious to the police of Paw
lau, in South Germany, and they had
caused inquiries to be made for the
missing Maleharczyk without result.
Meanwhile Louis Przybilla, the step
father, continued to curiously manage
the property, selling off the stock, cut
ting down the timber and generally"
converting things, it is said, to his
own profit.
Suddenly the girl appeared one morn
ing at the local police station and an
nounced that the ghost of her lost lover
had appeared to her In the night and
told her he lay under sand and gravel.
The police, despite their Prussian ma-'
terialism, thought there might be some
thing In It, because instances of second
sight are by no means uncommon, in
Polish and other Slavonic families. "<
So they started a thorough search of
all the sand and gravel pits in tha.
neighborhood, and at last the , steel
probes used for testing the pits struck
something soft. Digging was com
menced, and there was turned up» -i
sack, and in the sack was found '.!■<■ ,
torso of Malcharczyk. A few minutes
later another sack was found contain
ing the head and arms.
By a coincidence Louis Przybilla and
his son by a former marriage happe.ie (
to drive by just as the examination OS
the pit was concluded. Instantly the
driver whipped up the horses and dove
headlong down the rough lane. .;:' A "po
liceman on watch to keep off - curious
persons noticed the flight and sent .a -
messenger to the village, -where; the '
two Przyblllas were arrested that same j
night. Such was the extraordinary
story told in the prosaic criminal court )
of Ratibor, where the supposed mur
derers are now standing their trial. ; j It j
is said to be the first time that a dreim'
lias ' been admitted -is • evidence > in ■iv
modern German court of. iuw a
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