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'[liSS i Nf 111-^IWOnTT! i^l
FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
MARKET PRICES
MOVE VIOLENTLY
STOCKS ADVANCE, THEN FALL
AS SUDDENLY
DEMAND FOR SECURITIES RE.
PEATEDLY DIES OUT
Selling Transactions In Foreign Marts
Said to Have Played Important
Part in Unsettlement of
Speculation
[Associated Prus]
NEW YORK, Jan. IS.—lt is a rarity
in stock market experience to see so
violent a price movement arrested so
completely and suddenly as was the
case today. The departure from p
dent proved completely mystifying to
the professional trading element. The*
effort 3to conjecture what lay beneatll
the surface of the market resulted In
an exceedingly confused and Irregular
movement. Time and again a fall In
price was arrested by the appearance
of determined buying and bidding. On
the other hand the demand repeatedly
died out in the course of the numerous
rail lies and left the market dull and
neglei ted without apparent power of
Initial i
The leeming lack of aggressiveness
lulled the uncovered bears Into !
of security, and they showed no
of anxiety to cover their short con
tracts until late In the day. The un
yielding resistance developed to the (all
in prices by that time began to get on
the nerves of the bears and their cover
ing operations caused an upward
tion that put a more natural complexion
on the market. Prices dropped back
abruptly to the lowest of the day
the Hili stocks broke in the last hour.
British Consols Fall
Foreign polling of stacks was an im
portant Influence in the early unsettle
ment. The fall In British consols to
day and yesterday lias covered nearly
a full point. In ordinary circumstances
fears of socialistic government
policli s a* are professed by the London
financial world, coupled with the con
siderable dcline in prices of American
securities which hai occurred, would be
expected to divert British capital into
American investments. The unloading
ot foreign speculative hi t)ves
more inlluential at the moment than
any such investment takings. This
trilmtcd materially to the morning dip
i;i prices, which put some ol th- market
leaders to prices lower than the lowest
Of yesterday.
Jn the northwestern granger group
there was some evidence of support
untile the Hill stocks slumped late in
the day. There was a revival of ru
rnora of the possibility of dividend re
ductions In the group which have I en
prevalent for several days.
Another spell of weakness In 7!o' k
Island accompanied the election of Rock
Island representatives to the Lehigh
Valley board, it was regarded as b
disappointment that the new order of
things in that direction did not go
further.
The power of resistance was consider
ably weakened toward the end of the
day and prices ended at the lowest in
sympathy in the Hills. Money con
tinued to work easier and discount
rates abroad declined as well.
Bonds were easy. Total sales, par
value, $2,8-15,000.
United States bonds were unchanged
on call.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
«on, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York sto~k exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock an i bond exchange of Baa
Francisco.
NEW YORK. Jan. 18.—Following wore the
closing: quotations today:
Gales. 6tock. Hlfrh Low El ■]. Ask.
400 Allis-C'halmcrs .... ]|>4 13>4 l.'Hi 13«j
2<>o do preferred T»ij :/) f,n r.2
54.000 Amals Copper .... SJ?J t,2U, >:! (,314
300 Amer Beet Sugar.. 41 a% 43% 44'
« do preferred .. :>: ■..(
400 Amer Can Co 1274 12! i 12 1" 12ai
300 'do preferred 7!t«j 711 " -\\ 7:11^
3.200 Am Cr A- Fdy Co. C 7 65! i 65Va (iti'
360 do preferred 117 n*Hj IMM4 l_'o
400 Amer Cotton Oil „ 83% 6:i „ 83,$ t;,^
* do preferred .. ]ol 103
: . Arner Ex „ 25,"» 3'io
1,200 Amer lue Beour .. ZlVi 23V* '-?>% t'l
2W Amer Linseed ,8... 16 J>i ]tj ]i;t^
:00 do preferred .. . It 4t 14 411 ,
1,500 Amer Locomotive., 5U ".'-4 55 uZl,l
400 do preferred 114 11:('4 ]13>$ 114
22.300 Am Suit & life Co PS !)3'i D3»J 114
300 do preferred W^'i I' 1!*-; 10D% ll"'i
1,800 Am r Sugar 12; l» 4 122-. 123 12W 4
do preferred 121'j 122,-
-400 Am rttoel Found.. r,j 64% (hi"
3,400 Am Tel & T C 0..137% 13714 l::7Vi i :■■■,
UOO Amer Tolj pfd !'l m 93^ pjij
iflQ Amer "Woolen :\?. ,:3 :::j 34.^
200 do preferred 101% MF-6 ]i« Ins
T.MO Anaconda 6014 4a»» 4:1% i-itj
100 Atlantic O T.lno „131% ni V.n\ I:;l>'.'.
IHW) A T *= Santa Ke...il!W» 1O3»4 lUP.=i WSTJ
l"0 do preferred K!»; 1113^ io;r, ]„;(-■
4,101) Bait .t Ohio 116',i llj'.i 115'j llr.ij
i*.to do preferred 93 !>^ :i.i " ''4' 1
D.s(*l B II T .. TO'i 7; 7J-.J 75.^
2.800 Canadian l Jaclflc..liyi-i 17^;"'i 17! i' 4 179V4
14,7« l C & O S7-?, fcf.'., bli-'-i RJ-I
400 C & A Cl 6IIH 834 «a'
2,7'") C& Q W new... ::^ 22, :;j-J :::i
poo do preferred new titi-^i 0'( tit^i *>'';
2.r.f)0 c & s W 168VJ 16711 «7V4 VM~
18,400 CM,v SI P.... UU lioii U'l»i 117
w do preferred .. ii;s IG'.i'a
4,000 Central Leather .. 41 W, 4;a; 4{ "
100 do preferred '. 107% 107% 1071^ losli
, Out of N J . y,io 31->
190 CCC & st 1. 7H',i TUVi 7!l
> do preferred lruij logu
4,200 Colo Fuel & Iron. 4r.'.i t?,", 4|ij 441.3
, do preferred „ 112% 120
1,300 Colurab 11 C & I. 89 S7H 8S S"1!!
600 Colorado Southern sS'i &7?i 57^ sjiji
« do Ist preferred . SI 82
100 do 2d preferred., to! 80 ID 81
12,200 Consolidated Qas..ir>3 151 15114 151%
900 Corn Products .... 20% 2<>Vi 20V3 20%
100 do preferred 14 H s-l"., 84VS
Ii Del & Hudson 177 177'"
D L & W .-.„ ' 610
2,700 D & R O 45H 44Vi 44H 41%
700 do preferred lOU 80 so 81
600 Distilling Securlt.. t4M 34 34 (414
" , 200 Duluth SS & A... 15% 15'^ i ,'; l«u
200 do preferred 30 30 Stl'A 83
6,400 Erie 31% 30% 31 31>4
' 1,200 do Ist preferred. 4:114, 4s 4i*J M
Bfio do 2d preferred.. 39 38% . as% 39
1,000 General Electric ..15494 153 II 156
3,200 Grt Northern Ore. 75 73 73 7814
' 19.800 do preferred 133% 131 Ml 13114
„ Illinois Central .... . 142 11'%
15,100 Interboro-Metro .. 24% 23, 23»; 2354
. 12,6«) do preferred 61;', 6014 «oi,i 60%
Internal Paper 13V4 14.a
X do preferred .. :.; 58
1.900 Internat Pump — r.r _. 50 r, 1 r.".i
'400 do preferred *.<\ 89 ft) to
100 lowa Central 26 £6 ::."; 26y,
, do preferred .. 4< w
i.HiiO Kansas City South 4O ]4 194 <n'i 401$
£ do preferred .. fis 6si^
, Lake Erie & W... . 23 21
1 to do preferred ... 1,2 r,r 61<i 63
. 1,400 V * N BJ. 150.. 150' i 161
COO Mackay ..., 87 S6'i S7'i 91
Sf« do preferred 77H 77.i 77 78
. 100 Manhattan 137% 137% J36V4 138
....... Uetrop St ny 21 21T4
4,100 Mexican Central „ 2C.i ii.i «;i i'»; 4
CARLOAD SHIPMENTS
OF CITRUS FRUITS
.*> Shipment* of oranges anil lemons ® ■
>> from I. os Angeles Saturday anil Sun- ®
<•> day, .Inn. 18-18, were lit carloads of i*
db orangee ami 20 of lemons. Total to <J>
i> date there have been shipped 3:108 <m- <f
.<> loads, of which ■!>:! have been lemons. ■•"
<•> Last season to date there were ship- ■•■,
■j> m«l 3511 carloads, of which KM were ■•<
'..'..'.. iiH'~'»
900 Minn & St 1 4SVJ 4.->i *Vi AH
do preferred •• s- Vl
jilll St P A 88M....13G 1351,4 1:t4% 1M
200 do preferred 15l"4 150!4 15114 153
7.4D0 M K& T 46'» 45 4Hi 43
100 do preferred 73 73 72 7:;* i
3,1)00 Missouri Pacific .. 67Vi WH 67 'JH
1,800 National Lead .... M% BSH Ss»j 85%
100 do preferred 103 105 108 K'Sii
National Biscuit 113 1"
i do preferred .. 121 1-5
(00 N V Air Brake .. SS'i SS!j SS SI
13,200 X V Central 119* 117T4 1174 US
200 .V V C * St L.... 81 59 58 68
do Ist preferred. 103 .■ 108 110
do -'I preferred .. .. 91 "';
200 NY Nil & Hartfd.lßs% 155 r.i'j let
8,400 N V lint .<: W l''j MM 4|i, 45
1,000 Norfolk & West... 07"4 ■■: ■■: ->''<
do preferred - - 88 91
2,300 North American... WH "Sit 7914 81)
14,800 Northern Pacific ..US 131?« Ml I.*1.* l■'-'•
Omaha 148 155
do preferred .. i"'l ■■■
Paclllc Coast 1" 11*
tOO Paeitio Mall 85 31 S3H 81
29,800 Perm RR Co 133T4 133% 138 1334
2,100 Peoples Gas 113 V* 113% 113»4 H3;.-»
700 Plttsburg Coat .... 23 814 22% 23
500 do preferred 77?4 ,''. 77 7S
100 PCC .v St It 98 OS !'7'-i 9;i
do preferred ■■ '■'" 120
700 Pressed Steel Car. 4(»'i- 46 48 4t>i,i
10 preferred 19314 I"1':
600 Ry Steel Spgi Co. 47 4894 46 4C>i
do preferred ■• i"-1 ' t>(
121.000 Reading KS'K I"" 7, I(il'i "J™
do Ist preferred. .. .. -1- 1* :|3U
1,400 do 1M preferred..loll 4 1""'= 10014 101
3,300 Republic S & 1..., 407, 4') 40 40>i
f,OO do preferred 101 X" 101 102
30.5D0 Rock Island Co 40A ii% 4354 43'»
2UO do preferred ... 8544 4'i sl'i "'»
200 Floss Bit S ,vi 1 Co SWi Soli SI 82
St L& HP Ist pfd .. .. ' '-■ 71H
■' 200 do -'1 preferred., otiii 5-^.4 w »j'*
St L& B W Jl , :'!'■'
do preferred ■■ 71*2 jo
49,800 Southern Pacific ..131*4 129TS Wi l-O'/i
21,400 Southern Railway. SI 3094 80% 31
8,000 do fern d ''i "": 67U ti.%
100 Tennessee Copper.. 37 37 3J 3 4 87
8,700 Texas Pacific 33'j Mi r.2',a o^»i
W0 Third Aye l«'i Hi 1" Wt
800 Toledo St L .v; W. 49% 49 4S»i 4914
.. .. do preferred 68' i ';i': ->
700 Twin City R T.. v li3»i 111 H3!i 114
Union Bag and P IH4 13
do preferred - ■ ■'' ''
152.400 rnlon Pacific IMS 191% 191>i Wl»i
6.W do preferred ....101 I"', I'O'-i lIX-^
800 Tnited Rds of 8F 40 DHi .".*:l4 40%
r a Cast Irn Pipe .. .. ■-''-■ '■'■"
do preferred ■■ SO 83
I..WU S Rubber 4" 1* ■!■■•» 46 46\i
4UO do Ist preferred. '>:-■» 113 112 11-' i
do M preferred .. ■- Sli' - 52!4
377,000 U S Steel Cor UK l"'< S37i 84
2.:oO do preferred 123>, 12J14 123 123' i
2.700 Utah Copper 64 6214 ■■-'- j>2%
4 uOO Va-Cax Chem Co.. 53 63% 64 Mia
do preferred 124 128 (
2,100 Wabasb --\ --'* -- ~\t
1i,400 do preferred .... 61 4»li 4:1 ■60
Wells-Fargo Ex ITS IS*
1,(00 Western Union ... 73^i 72 1; 73' i .3-H
1,100 Westlnghouse ..73=4 ~'\ 72 73 _
70OW .-. L E '■'■- 'i 6 6%
10') do Ist preferred. 11 11 11 1
-400 "do 2d preferred.. ~Vt Vi '■'• 7
300 Wisconsin Central 4S 4S 4714 60
DOOAmn Hide & Lea. 714 's .'i ■'-
do preferred *'■' '» "
1,100 Am Agr & Chem.. 45' i 46 45 4^%
do preferred ■■ I(11 . lv*
Beth Steel 31 32
do preferred •• ■■ ''■'
""800 Nat Enamel & S.. 24<4 2i',i 244 -!■«
do preferred :" 10°
800 Pao Tel & Tel .... 40 39?4 3994 40
. do preferred 90 »
i.OOfj r S Realty 80% SO BOV4 M
6.600 West Maryland ... 62*4 61V4 X* 62
Total Sales, 1,129,000 shares.
NEW YORK BONDS
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wll
pon "12 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem.
bl r New York stock exchange, Chicago board
a! trade. block and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
NEW YORK, Jan. IS.— Following were the
closing quotations: B1J; As]":''.
AtchUon general 4s '!-"4 J«H
Atchlson con» 4n 11? '••'
Baltimore & Ohio Ist « f W=
BRT 4s ««i JJ»
Colorado Industrial 69 S- ■ «>„
U S Realty is 91 * «g
Rock Island col 4s •• . JJ»
Southern Pacific n ( ts MS .'4'»
Southern Pacific col 4* P3 »4'i
Southern Pacific cony 4s 103% W4
Union PaciHc Ist ■ JJJH W3
Union Paciiic cony 4s 11 »4 11-
V 3 St. 5s W4* "J,
United Railway 4s -„ » 2
Wabash debenture 4s ;: 1 I '* I
Western I'acitlc 05 «.» g%
Japanese Ut'Vni'U".:!!-:!"".";;" 94% 95%
■ i »}'•
u ap8 an2Treg aa ioin
U 8 8« coupon i:.:::::::::::::::::::::i
US 3s read J«g KS
UR 3s coupon WIH 1"; .a
us 4a reed ::::::::::::::::::::: ]".;= }"5«
US 48 coupon '"* ''•'.*
Panama 2s ™ '"}
Panama 1938 a lw 1"1
TREASURY STATEMENT
WASHINGTON, J '■■ 18 -Thfl ' '
, Jf th , „• the baglniUng of bui
U st fun<lf--Go kl
coin ■ dollars, $484
Soo;i ' '
M7l: subal
■ m«n " '. >;
CITRUS FRUIT REPORT
NKW VOItK.
NEW YORK. Jan. 13. - Six cars navels
ami two earn lemon! iOld! market generally
weak and depressed on navels, owing to poor
utoek offered, but steady on good quality
lemoni cloudy and raining. XavelK —Old
Mission, fy, C. C. Chapman, 18.16; Old Mis
sion eh, same, IS 10; Golden Eagle, sd,
same. $1.80; Glendora Heights ? »2.40;
Pointer, A. c G. Ex., 52.25; Golden State,
X C C. Xx 13.60; Watehumna, same,
$"'45 Zebra, same, 11.36; Full Value, same,
jl 06; Rainbow, ? 95c; Holly Wreath, fy,
C C U.i $1.10. Lemons — Clown, ?3.G5;
Lotango. 18.30; Circus, 13.16; Protection,
ti.ls; Buckeye, $3.70.
CITBUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
Orgs. Lem. Total.
Monday. Jan. 17 HI 9 137
To data this season. . .2643 802 1446
To date last season. .. .2098 843 3541
FRUIT MARKET
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 18.—Fancy apples
7Sci*sl; common. 50(Uti3c; common pears,
111 fancy, «1.20; navel orangea, >1.65«(i2.50;
Mexican limes, $4®'4.50; common California
lemons, J1.50W5.60; good to choice, yi'<i ;:.ZiU ;
fancy, MO*. bananas, Boc©f3.js; pine
apples, |tfl -'.r>'J.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
NEW YORK, Jan. 18. —Evaporated apples
quiet; fancy. HI l/s It lie; choice, 99914 c;
prime. [email protected]?ic; common to fair, 6®a\c;
Prunes, steady; California, up to 30-4 Os, ,'■"<
W9!£c; Oregon*. ■ '■>■'' Apricots, firm;
choice, HHSIIKSi extra, choice, Ili4#l2c;
fancy, L2HOI3HO. Peaches, Arm; choice,
t%©7c; extra choice, 7®7He; fancy. I%'ip
Be. Raisins llrm; loose muscatels, 4©s?iu;
choice to fancy seeded, 5®6»4c; seedless, 3?i
.ftl%e; Lumlou layers, J1.1j»1.^«, :
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 19, 1910.
FINANCIAL
■ LOI ANGELES, Jan. IS.—Bank clearings
were 13,447,438.(2, an Increase of fr.51,902.30 as
compared with the correspond lus date of lust
year. Following is a comparative statement:
1910. 11103. . 100 S.
1 Jan. 17 .!;■ ..;■:■..■::.< SS $2,21(!.76«."0 $1.607.51 C. 16 ;
i Jan. IS 2,447,438,93 1,892,53».«a 1,488,158.74 |
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Morning Sales
. 6 Home Tel Co. bonds, 83; I Edison Klen ptd
80.60; 4'l Ho»ie Tel pfd BS.WI '■' Am Pet Co
com . ■ 60; m Associated Oil Co 47.37 V.; am>D Cal
.Midway IS1?; SOW do IS 1-;; !"■•> do 18; SO Ilex
Pet Ltd com S3. 501 10 Union l'i3.C2 1j; 193 Edi
son Elec pfd so. 50.
Afternoon Sales
10 San Diego II T and T 23; 10 do 2.1.23; 2WO
Cat Midway 11%; 3 M do 18; IDiKI 110 1S'»; 2"0O
do 1S! 4 ; indD do IS 1}; •-:'' Jade Oil Co 35; l"0
Palmer Oil Co 1.19; ion do 1.80! 10 Union
103.62'j. Off board: 1 Provident 102.50.
Bonds ,
X Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil Co !'7ij !is
California Pa« By :i4 lot
Corona City Water Co 96 lt>>
Corona Power and W Co (5 1W
Edison El Co Ist R i"i'j .. i
do, old Issue 104 . l<)0
Home Ti li phone Co .v*; 89
Home Tel Co Ist if Ig 77's 75,4
L A Pac Ist con mtKs 107J4
L A and Pasadena 1:1 Hy 85 108
l. A Railway Co lit 110
L A Traction Co 6s ; 1"? 114
do 6s ion
Mission Trans C: X '■> :<:
!■::. Elc I:-' Co 100 . 108
Pac LUthl and Power Co „. 93
Pasadena Homo T and T Co '80
Pomona Con Water Co M
Riverside II T and T Co SO
Riverside Light and W Co 101
.- Munii-a 11 •;' and T Co SO
San Dl'~• H T and T Ist mtg. ... 80
Hanta Barbara Eli ■ Ry 11-!
Temescal Water Co 99 .:.
United Ele (! and PCo ■».. 101
Union Transportation Co ... 96
U s Long Distance T and T Co ... 8«
Visalia Water Co 100
Whittler Home T and T Co SO
Banks
Bid. Ask.
All Night «nd Day Bank 115.00 140.00
American Ings Bank 141.00 170.00
Bdnay Bank and Trust 140.00
California Savings IIS.OO 145.00
Central National ISO.OO 200.00
Citizens National 228.00 210.00
Commercial National 115.00
Fquitable Savings Kanlc ■.. ■ 210.0»
Farmers and Mer National 280.00
rederal Dank of L A 14.00
First National 405.00 515.00
Herman American Savings — 325.00 837,60
Globe Savings Bank 127.06 150.00
Home Saving! Bank of L. A. 114.00
Merchants National 530.00
Merchants Bank and T Co 135.C0
National Bank of Cal 190.00
Security Savings Bank .: 405.00
The Southern Trust Co 74.00
(50 per cent paid up).
I' S National Bank 145.00
Industrial and Public Utilities
Bid. . Ask
Cal Portland Cement Co ISO.OO 200.00
Kdlson Electric pfd 80.30 Kt.oo
Kdlson Electric com 81.00 82.25
Hawaiian Com and Sug 37.00 OS.OO
Home Telephone ptd 18.50 &9.87H
Home Telephone common 9.00 10.00
Hutchlnsnn S. P. Co IS.OO 19.00
L A Athletic Club , 10.00
L A Brewing Co 125.00
l. A Investment Co 3.00 3.10
Mexican Nat'l Gas pfd 45.00 65.P0
Mexican National Gas com ... 30.60 37.50
Faauhau S. P. Co 25.00 29.00
Pao Mut Life Ins Co 880.00 SIO.OO
Pusadena Home T and T Co 35.00
Riverside Home T and T Co So.oo
San Diego Home T and T C 0... 23.00 23.50
Santa Monica B II T pfd 28.60 81.00
Sun Drug Co 1.00
Seaside Water Co 100.00
Title il and Tf Co pfd 21 i.OO
Title 1 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 175.00 225.00
U 3 1, D T and T Co pfd 42.00 43. 00
Union Security Corp pfd 100.00
Union Trust Co 42.00
Whittier H T and T Co 90.00
Oil Stocks
Bid. Ask.
Amalgamated Oil >. 60.00 82.50
American Crude Oil Co 1.10
American Pet Co pfd 57.50
American Pet Co com 75.00 76.U0
Associated OH 47.12',i
3r .kshlre Oil 1.20
Central l.Mi 1.36 '
Cleveland Oil Co ,35
Columbia 1.16 1.25
Continental Oil 35
Kuclld Oil Co DO .CO
Fullerton Oil 3.50 5.00
Globe 1894 -IS
Jade Oil Co .37
Mexican Petroleum 1.20 1.31)
Mexican Pet Ltd pfd 68.04
Mexican Pet Ltd com 23.01) j
! New Pennsylvania Pet Co 35 .07
Olinda Land Co (Oil • .3IJ ■ ,38
Palmer Oil Co 1.25
Persesu Oil Co .35
Imal Oil C 13.00
Piru Oil and L Co » 16
Reed Crude 89"i
Rice Ranch Oil Co 80 1.10
Section Si Oil Co .60
Traders' Oil Co 111.00
Union 103. 103.621,4
Union Provident Co 101.75 102.82' i
United Petroleum 108.00 108.75
West Coast Oil com 9.00
Western Union 177.00
NON-PRODUCKP.S—
California Midway Oil Co 18' i .18% I
DAILY MINING CALL
Official sales, A. M.—7000 Clark Copper at
4^ s ; 2'JO do, B 60, at 5. Oft board; 8o(X) John
nie a ■ 7.
1". M.—looo Jit Galnes at 5»4; 100 Clark Cop
per at 4=J4.
Listed Stocks
CALIFORNIA—
CIO. Asked.
Cal. Hills M Co 01 .04"-i
Consolidated Mines Co 01*4 .''!': '
Mt Galnefl Con M. Co .U6 * a
i Mi;:,.
j Clink Copper Co 04%
NEVADA.— s
Quartette S.f'O
; Wight Parallel 01 .02
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
BAN FRANCISCO, Jun. 18.—Flour, family
and bakers' extras, 4U.M'«. 7; Drpgon and
WashlDßton, 95.6095.70; ihlpplns wheat,
11.02 HO-'O2 ; mlllini, $1.1)7',-.'; I: ■■-! barley,
$1.40'ai1.42; » Ing. $1.40; chevalier, 11,600
1.86; r^d oats, $1.:,:, <ii 1 . i; 7 '_• ; white, 11 86«j
1.7J ii; black, |1. SO® 2.30; middlings, $n<tf
'36; mixed feed. $:'Sfi3:i; rolled barley. ?30
feJl; oatmeal, (4.4004.60; oat groats 14.80;
roll oats, S'JUto-lO; wheat hay, 1 16 6 i &.50;
wheat and nat, $13©17; wild ".it. 1104 II;
tame oat, f12®16; alfalfa. $:»',M-, straw,
s(Hi7iic; pink beans, 14^4,35; lima, |4,10®
4.50; email white. $4.75% BO; large white,
53.4003.60; Oregon Burbanks, [email protected];
Salinas Burbanka» J1.25&1.45; Merced
sweets, $1.6001.65; fancy onions,. $1.15;
common, 111 green pepimrs. lo©20o; rhu
barb, „., loo; garlic, 4lj Be; hot house cu
cumbers, 1191.60; mushrooms, 40c Ml;
live turkeys. 21©24 c; old roosters, $4i|'6;
young, $6.50®9; small broilers, $3,505i>4.01>;
large, $4.50#»i; fryers, 16.6OO0.6O; hens, %i
&10; old ducks, (406; young, $'©8; geese,
$26*3; old pigeons, |1©1.56; young, $252.50.
Receipts—Flour. 3476; wheat, 16; barley,
3085; oats, 1020; beans, Cl 6; corn, 600; po
tatoes, 4270; onions, 1325; bran, 10; mid
dlings, -•"'. hay, 279; hides, 500; wine, 41,000.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO, Jan. 18. —Cattle—Receipts esti
mated at 6000; markot steady; beeves, $4.10
4ji7.75; Texas steers, $3.70#4.»0; western
steer*, $4i&6; stockers and feeders, 13.T0Q
5; co«r» an.l heifers, 1205.50; calves, *7.7D'y;
10.
Hogs Receipts estimated at 9100; market
steady; light, 11.40 70; mixed, 15.40Q
I IS; heavy, $8.4.T&'8.85: rough, $B.43'i|
1.19; good to choice heavy, $5.60©8.8>;
pigs, 17,i105.1t! built of »al<!«, 11.5a01.75
Xheep—Rctielpts estimated at 15,000; mar
ket uteady; native*. 1406; westerns, tl>'n\o;
yearlings, $6.75«i8: native lambs, $0,154/)
I,I»J wenturns. SO .35 %S . 63..
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
Special service to The Herald by J. C. WII-.
son, 212 West Fifth street. Los Angeles, mem
ber New York Stock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock un 1 Bond exchange of M
Franctisco.
■ SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. IS.-Following were
the closing quotations:
JMSCELLANEOUS BONDS.
Bid. Asked
Associated Oil &s SS'i
i'u.y Counties Power Co 5s 10:» r>» 104
Cal Central fins & Elec r,3 10394
Cal iois & Elec Ren MJtCT 5a 10094
California St Cable Co Si 103
California Wine Assn 5s 90 91
City Electric Co 5s 81 '.'i',
Contra Costa Water Co 6s 100 101
do gen mtg is ....91
Edison Klec Co of L A 5s 10194
Kdlson Light and Power Is MS
Ferries & Cliff House. Ry 6s 101
Hawaiian Com'l & S u5...1 10.".T 8
Honolulu it T & I, Co 6s 118
Lake Tahoo Ry .<• T Co 55....... ■ '■''.'
Los Angeles Elec Co. 5s 10!!4 ..
I,os Angeles Oaf .<;• 1:1 Co ts 1014
Los Angeles Railway Be toss ..
Los Angtles Lighting gd 5s 102',-j
1, A-Pac R It Ist eon mtg 5s 307%
L \ Pao R It of • '*! .'■ 103
Market Street i.M ■■ tis 101
do Ry Ist cons mtg Ss l":I',i
M V & Jli Tamalpais B Ily 5a 1M
Northern By CO of Cal 5a 115 ..
Northern c.ii Railway 5s lit" 1*
Northern Cal Power Co »3 IDS 1"">
Northern Electric Co 5s TO '.'s!l
Oakland Gas Light A 11 5s 102
Oakland Transit Co 6s 110
Oakland Transit is H«',2
Oakland Transit con 5s 11*14
Oakland Traction con 's !>s'fc I*1.!
Oakland Traction Co J>s il:!' 2
Oakland Water Co gtd 5, 91 9915
Omnibus Cable Railway *; 10*) Vi
Pacific Gas Imp 4s 87
I'aeilic Electric Hy Co 5s . 10u!i 106
Pacific Light .<- Power Co 5s M
Pac Light & Power gtd is 10014
Pacific Tel & Tel Co 5s WO lOtH
Park & Cliff House Ry 6s D 8
Park & Ocean 1: 11 6s 100
People's Water Co 5s -.4 10% "IV4
Powell Street Railway Si 102U 1"3
Sao'to Elec Oas & Ry :- W2"i
s F Oak & San Jose Ry 5s 108
do I'd mts 5s l"; 1
S i* Oak & B .1 Con Ry 6s 94«4
Sierra Ry of Cal 9s 106
S P I! R Of Ariz Is. 1910 M 0
B PBHoI Cal 6s. 1912 105*1
S P Ii It of Cal Ist 0 gtd g 5s HOi
S P Branch Ry of Cal 6s * 127
8 p II R Co Ist refdß is 94 Ti O.'ii
Stockton Oas and 131 Corp Us 104
B v Water Co gen mt? 4s SSI4 85
United 1 las and Elec Co 5s 99 100
United R R of S F 4s 7:t' 3
Vallejo, Benictß .v Map« V RR Bs.. 75
Valley Counties Power Co 6s 10114 1"3
WATER STOCKS—
Marin County 60
Spring Valley Water Co 41 41!4
OAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS—
City Electric Co ...: :|1-
N Cal Power Co con 49
Pacific Lighting Corp pfd 75
Pactfla Lighting Corp common .... BIM
INSURANCE STOCKS—
California Insurance Co 81
Fireman's Fund 237 ii
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS-
California 130 1:;:>
Presidio 22
POWDER STOCKS—
Giant Consolidated Co 78 7S'. a
SUGAR STOCKS—
Hawaiian Com'l & Sugar Co 3S!j M
Honokaa Sugar Co -i 7« 22' i
Rutchinson Sugar Plantation 1-""* 18<4
Kilauea Sugar Plantation Co 11 1712
Makawsll Sugar Co 51 ; .
Onomea Sugrax Co ■''■' J.il^
Paauhau S .' Co 2:114 2»ii
Union Sugar Co 6)
OIL STOCKS—
Associated Oil Co „ 47 47 1!
Sterling Oil and Dcv Co 3% [M
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS—
Alaska Packers' Association SS'i 90
Cal Fruit Canners' Assn 102
M V & Mt Tamalpais S Ry« 100
Pac Auxiliary Fire Alarm 1
Pacific Coast Bora& Co 154
Pac Tel and Tel jiM 97
Pac Tel and Tel common 3si'i
Morning sales—2ooo Pac Elec 5s 106; 10,000
Ferries and C6s l"l': 2000 People's Wls 7H4i
1000 do '0%; 1000 do 70!' 2 ; 7000 do 70,4; 2000 So
Paclllc of 1910 Os 100%; 2000 So Pacific Branch
69 UTI 2000 So Pac rfs 4s «5; 200 Assd Oil 47^.;
150 do 471,4: 40 Cal St Cable ISO; 20 City Elec
61 100 Hawaiian SSli 10 Giant 'i%; 10 do 7844!
20 Makawell 64; 25 Onomea 64%; 25 do 5454; SOO
Pac Tel Co 85%.
Afternoon sales—looo Cal Oas and B '«; 100%;
6000 City F.leo 5s 91; 12.000 People's W 5s
7<>y.- 1000 United Ry 4s 73%;1000 do 73V4i 50u0
Spring V W 4s SB%; 1000 So Pac of 1910 Us
1W«: 85 Alaska B9H; 30 do 89%; 190 Assd Oil
47-' M Cal St Cable 130; 150 City Elec 51; 15
Anglo I. P Bank 146%; 40 Giant 7814; 235 Ha
waiian 35%; 400 do 3SVi; 125 Hutchinson 18Hi
C Makaweli 64; 100 or.omea 55: 123 I'aauhau
"'!';• 10 Spring V Water 41H; 6 do 41.
CHICAGO GRAIN
Special service to The Herald by .T. C. Wil
son, member Chicago board of trade, New
York stock exchange, and San Francisco bond
and slock exchange, 212 West Fifth street,
l^os Angele3.
CHICAGO, Jen. IS.-Further liquidation and
increased weakness was seen In wheat. A
thoroughly substantial rally, early was a nat
ural one followli.i the selling yesterday, and
at the outset this morning. This rally, how
ever, brought a fresh run of wheat on the
market. The unsettled condition in the cot
' ton and stock n-.arkets undoubtedly had some
Influence in frightening longs into unloading
today, but their chief scare came from the
very large receipts at primary markets and
the. poor demand for cash wheat. Premiums
northwest and southwest were falling away.
There was more business In elevator lots be
tween dealers here this morning, but no evi
dence that the milling demand was stimulated
liy recent declines, In fact, there Is some in
dication that mills are beginning to do a little
hedging. Larger Minneapolis concerns have In
soma eases sold futures heavily. There was
somi heavy covering of short wheat around
51 ID, and some very heavy distress selling un
der thai price by longs. The situation shows
jno change as we see it. Still heavy ana tend,
ing lower.
There wan undeniable weakness In corn to
day. Mild weather has enabled the roads to
move more grain, and li Is showing up not
only at primary, but at many interior smaller
market and transfer points. Cash corn weak
■10,1 hard to tell In the southwest, but there
was not much pressure here. Cash prices half
to 1 cent lower. Local stocks of contract corn
In public elevators show an Increase during
the last week of 293,000 bushels to a total of
2 49" 1100 bushels contract already here. Much
long' corn was put on sale In the speculative
1 market today, the weakness pi cotton and
stocks rather unsettling owners commence In
any property.
Provisions suffered with grains. Liquidation
was an In a moderate way, but the market
waa not large.
Market Ranges
WHEAT— Open, H!t;h. Low. Close.
M " ... i..v..-, »l.«Hi 11.08% *t.o!>
July ■:::::::..-... » i.m I.oo* loom
September .I ** ■»■ •»•* •■■■■"•
m^- m £? .87H .6TV4
-i.,]., G7*6 .67% ■'■■'« ••- i'/s
Beptembw,:: BH .8754 M* .66%
M ',? TS- 47« .« .4794 .«*.
ieptomber 41U 'I': ■«% -41V4
Sopumbir «« ■»'•= ■'"' -4"i
inu.'irv" 21.77>,4 21.50 21.65 21.65
May y ".. 21.02',:, 22.M 21.75 21.75
July 21.90 21.97' i 21.80 21.80
Janufr?".... 12.67>,i 13.70- 12.50 12.50
M,v * 12.10 IS.WA V2M 12.08 .
July "....... 12.07,4 12.15 11.95 11.95
l'''''r7 11.72' i U.TT« 11.68 ll.fi
' „;. 11.60 11.60 11.50 11.50
■ (•ash'" quotations were as follow!; Flour.
ta ,v' N.i ■: rye. 80©81 c; feed or mixing
barley ii.-,'.i(i7c; fair to choice malting, 69W
73c' NO 1 (la»seed. southwestern. »1.68|
No'l northwestern, J2.06; timothy ml, Mi
clover [email protected]; mess >"" '"' hbl.,
("Ji'ilf.!, lard, per 100 1n.., II! ■■>..
12 llMlTlhort ribs, sides, loo»», 111.81
11.-7'"; short clear sides, boxed, 112.854
Total' clearances of wheat and flour war*
n.u-ii to 111,000 bushels. Primary receipts
were 706 000 bushels compared with 317.000
the corresponding date last year. The
world 1 visible supply, a(! shown by Brad
streefs decreased 1,751.000 bushels. Esti
mated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat, 12
cars- corn. 275 cars; oats, 109 cars; hogs,
11,000 head.
.\rticl'» Receipts. »hpmt».
Flour, bI.U »•»»» l^30"
Wheat, hush 45.000 77,700
Corn, bull 461,1:00 ' »1.400
OaU.|bu«ll 139,801) 2<r,.lo<>
„ixl. I '
Barley, Lush ........... 13,500 19,100
CHOICE TOMATOES
IN FROM REDLANDS
PRODUCT IS JOBBING AT 20
CENTS A POUND
Erjg Quotations Up Another Cent in
Local Market —Creamery
Butter Is Scarce with
Prices Firmer
Ii il house, tomatoes grown in the vicinity
eared In ! ■ mar
ket Tip idar, it ws i ■ irload shipment to
Riven itros. Th« tomafoi I Id ■''
. pound. No looals In the marki i.
In a few ilaj-9 asparagus will be on solo
in (rood quantities.
Receipts of butter are comparatively
light, and heavy withdrawals from cold
storage are mill. Firm prices prevail.
Oregon White Rose potatoes aro quoted
at »1.75 to $1.00 per cwt.
Sweet potatoes are up 25c per OWt.
Kgg dealers In lighter receipts decided
that prices should go up another cent, mak-
Ing an advmico of '■■ In two days.
• Receipts of product: Eggs. 75 ■■...-■■■. but
ter. 20,l:!2 pounds; cheese, 310 pounds; po
tatoes, 3910 sucks; sweet potatoes, sacks,
112; apples. 100 boxes.
PRODUCE PRICES
Following are the Daily Market Reporter
wholesale quotations:
EGOS —Local ranch. canilleJ. extra se
lector], 40,■; local ranch. candled, :!Se; local
ranch, case count, buying price, 34c; <-'nE'-
em fresh, 29c; eastern storage, packed
extra, 30c; eastern storage, seconds, 2Sc.
BUTTEF! —California creamery extra?, 2
lb. roll. 77!ic; California creamery firsts. 2-
Ib roll. 67V4C. eastern creamery, extra",
67V4c; cooking butter. 26c; ladle butter.
28 9 >7r
CHEESE—Northern fresh. 20c: northern
storage, l»'J2ic; Oregon Daisy. 81c; eastern
singles. IBCi 20ci eastern twins. |10 ii ->'■;
tern Daisies 20c; eastern Long Horn,
21c: eastern Cheddars. 20«j21c; imported
ewlss, 3<i(S?3l; Jack cheese, 18o; domestic
nwlss. 23c; cream brick. 20c; Llmburger,
200>21c; Roquefort. 88040 c; Edam, [email protected]
9.00; Canadian cream, per box. $1.00.
BEANS -No, 1 pink, $..'".'. -'■: No. I
Lima*. (i 1004.SO; No. 1 Lady Washing
tons. $4.23 if 4.5": No l small whites, $» 40
96.51) No. 1 Blackeyes, $4.75; No. 1 Oar
vanzas, J3.808H.60; So. 1 Lentils, California,
17.005f8.00. '", ;■:
POTATOES — Highlands, per cwt., $1.10
©1.33: I.ompoc. per cwt., $1.86®L75; Wat
konvllle per cwt.. $1.50(if Oregon li'ur
banks, per cwt. 11. 1.60; Oregon Early
Kose. per cwt., (1.5001.60; Salinas, $1.50®
1.65; yellow sweets, per cwt. $2.25.
ONIONS —Northern Australian brown, per
cwt.. 11.1091.75; Orcgonsi. 13 cwt; garlic,
Shrine Ib.
FRESH FRUITS—Apples: Eellefieurs.
4-tiT. »1. 5001.65; Bellefleurs. 4',-i-tier.
$1 35; Gravensteinn. 4-tirr, $1.00; Graven
tteln«, 4',4-tler. [email protected]$1.00: Hoovers. 4-tiei
"5; Jonathans. 4-tler. $3.00; rearmalns.
white winter, 4-tler. $1.50; Pearmains, 4';
tler $1.35; Pearmaln", red. 4-tier, $1.50;
Pearmains, red. 4'i-tler. 11.20; Smith's
Cider, 4-tler, $1.50; Smith's Cider, 2 -ti»f.
$1 25; Ben Davis, 4-tler, Col., 11.6540181;
Newton Pippins, 4-tier. $1.50; Mo. Pippins,
4-tler. Col.. $2.00; Mo. Pippins. 4 '--Her..
Cal., $1.25; Mo. Pippins. 4-tler, Cal., 51-50;
Rome Beauties, $2.50© 2.75: Spllxenburgs,
4-tier 50; Gans. $1.73; Winesapa,
4-tler, Col . $2.75<5/>3.00; Wlnesaps, 4-tier,
Cal.. $1.73: Wlnmaps, 4'i-tler, Cal.. $125.
Berries: Strawberries, fancy, per basket,
BSil2e: strawberries, choice, per basket, Sc;
cranberries, per barrel, $lo.60©ll; rasp
berries, /per basket, 10c. Citrus; Grapefruit,
seedlings, |2.60(8'$8.00; lemons, fancy. 53 50;
lemons, choice, $1.75; oranges, fancy Navels.
[email protected]: oranges, Tangarlnes, "i box,
$1.50; oranges, Valencia?, fancy, $2.so<a>
3.00; limes. 20-lb. box, $1.25.
TROPICAL —Banasas, per lb., 4^ioi ban
anas, red, per lb.. Cc; dales, Fan!. lb.. 3©
lie; dates, Golden, lb., s&c; Persian. 1-lb.
pkgs, 9c; Alligator pears, doz., $5.00; pine
apples, og-7c
MISCELLANEOUS — Pears, winter Nellls,
picking boxes, J1.50©1.76; cantaloupes, local,
crate, Jumbos, [email protected]; casabas, crate.
11.6001.70; melons, $3.00; grapes. His
boxes. 11.2501.50; Ouavas. per basket,
4c; peaches, box, $1.25; pomegranates, sc;
quinces, per box, $1.25; watermelons, per
lb., l'sc; persimmons, per lb., 8«J8c.
VEGETABLES — Artichokes. Northern,
doz., [email protected]; Brussels sprouts, Northern,
lb.. 8r« 9c; bell peppers, lb., lOo; beets, sacks.
80c; string Deans. !t>. lie; green cabbage,
sack, $1.25; red cabbage, lb., 2c; carrots,
sack, SOc; cauliflower, doz. [email protected]; celery.
doz., [email protected]; celery, crate, $2.5009.75;
cucumbers, $1.604f2 dozen; corn, green, box,
50ee0c; corn husks, cut, lb., 506 a; egg
plant, lb.. [email protected]; leeks, doz., 85c; oyster
plant, doz.. 150400! okra, Ib.. [email protected]; let
tuce, ct , 11.600160; peas, lb., 15®I8c; pars
ley, aoz., 25c: parsnips, doz., 40c; rhubarb,
crimson winter. Sic; rhubarb. Northern
Strawberry, box, 85c; spinach, doz, 20W25c;
summer squash, per box, 75c; squash, Hub
bard, lb.. [email protected]'ic; young onions, doz., 159
tic; turnips, sack, 80e; tomatoes, $1.25 box.
DRIED FRUITS —Apples, evaporated. lb.,
10'» lie; apricots, lb., 12'i515c; figs, loose,
white, box, $1.25; Ilgs, loose, black, box,
$1.25; peaches, lb., 7©Be; pears, lb., 11 a
12c; plums, lb., 12!-ic; nectarines, lb., 'Jit
10c.
PRUNES2O-30s; IOC! 30-408, 9c; 40-oOs,
U4c; 50-60S, 0 ',i c ; 60-703, 6c; 70-Sos, i<Ac;
80-QOs. sc; 90-lOOs, 4-..c.
RAlSlNSMuscatels, 2-crown, loose, 60
--Ib. boxes, lb. 4V4c; a-crown, lose, 50-lb. box,
lb. 6c; 4-crown, lose. 50-lb. box. lb. 6c; Lon
don layers, 2-crown, lose, 20-lb. box, lb.
$1.10; 3-crown. $1.25; 4-crown, $1.05; s
crown, $1.90; Sultanas, bleached, lb. 9&>llc;
unbleached, »V»©4oi seedless. la-oz. pug
Git Hi 74 c ; 12-oz. pkg. Siiiu-ti'.bc.
NUTSPer lb.—Almonds, fancy, IXL, 17c;
No Plus Ultra, 16c. Brazils, 145ji15c; cocoa
nuts [email protected]$1.00: chestnuts, ll(J)12c; filberts,
14®15c; hickory, 8c; pecans, XX, 12Mie;
XXX, ltic; XXXX. 17c; eastern peanuts, 7c;
japan peanuts, 9c: .Spanish peanuts. No. 1
shelled 10c; pineuuts, 2QOI No. 1 8. S. wal
nuts, i3%'«)l4c; No. 2, 10c; Jumbos. 17®
18c; budded, 18®20c; eastern popcorn, cvvl
$3 75; local, cwt. $1W3.25.
HICE 10') lbs. —Fancy Honduras, Caro
lina $7; choice Honduras, Carolina, J7W
7.25; Japan grades. $4 65^5.00; Island. $6.25;
broken, $3.50.
HONEY — Per lb. —Water white, extracted.
I 7&7',i0; white, extracted, "c; light amber,
extracted, BMOVic; water white comb,
lib-frames, lie: white, comb, frames, 16c;
light amber, comb, frames, 12 tic, bees
wax. per lb. 30c. •A
LIVE STOCK —Packers pay t. o. b. Los
Angeles for beef steers, ii r". 4'^,:; beet
cteers, 3Va4f4c; beef heifers, 3Ki(»4c; ueei
calves sc; mutton, weathers, «1.50wi;
mutton, ewes. $J. 7-. •■/I: mutton, lmbs, J3tf
3.25; hogs. 7'c.
POUL.THY— Buying prices In the country:
(Per lb.)- -Hens, 17018 c; old roosters, 10c;
etagß 8c; broilers, l to - lbs., per lb, 860;
fryers. 2 lbs and up. per lb. tie; .masters, 3
lbs and up, per lb 19c; gees*, 10c; ducks,
10c- squab .pigeons, dozen, $1.50; turkey
hens, 8-lb. and up. 22c; young torn tur
-1 key-! 22c; old toms. 240.
CHILI —Per Ib. — Evaporated, strings, 18
@20c; lose. ISc; Mexican I .ac!.. 2&15 c,
green, 6c; c illl teplns, »1.26; Japan, 15c;
corn husks, -Oc.
jj.vy; (Baled). The following quotation!
are furnished by the Los Angeles Hay Stor
age Co. (Per ton) —Barley or wheat hay,
$12.504*16.50; tamo out hay, ilOtils.OU, al
falfa, J13.50®15. J
MILL FEED—BYan. 11.60; whote corn,
$1.75; cracked corn, $1 SO; feed meal, $2;
rolled barley, $1.00; oil cake meal. 52.5U;
shorts, $1.85; Kaffir corn, $2; white oats,
$1 80- red oats, eastern, $2.21; wheat, ori
ginal lacks, cwt. $2.05; wheat, 100-lb. sacks
•2 10. '
BUTTER AND EGGS AT RETAIL
Butter. 2-lb. fancy yOc
Butter, 2-lb. roll, choice 80c
Cooking butter, 2-lb. roll 20©550
Eggs, dozen ■■■■ '"'■
AVAILABLE SUPPLIES
nkw vohk, Jan. IB Special eabli ami
telegraphic advloee received by Braditreoti
,i,,,» ti,c following change* in available
iuppliei ai oomparad wita prMrtoui ac
count: Wheat, United Btat* and Oanada
, M t „r the Bockiei, 1,711,000; Canada, n
C rea« Stl. I buiheli. Total Dnlted I
and Canada, decreaaed 1..-.01.000 bushels;
• float tor ana i» Burope, deoreaiad fOO,
buiheli Tolul Aim rUnii and Kurripean sup
ply dureaaed 1.7*1. bneheli. Cera
Oniud Btatei and Co la, lacreai! S4l,
la, oata, rnlted Btatai and I anada,
,1, cree i.OOO ieli
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
sw i HAN.ls.il, Jan.
me ry batter, ■ »con<hi le; fancy
..,,. N , , I oun«
Am , Hunoli egi S«c; More.
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Fl 233—T F.LF.riIONKS—MAIN 371)8 ' J
CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
-~~ ~---g —- OFFICERS.
!"armers & Merchants National Bank chabl.es betl.br. ca»hi«r.
w V Capital, $1,500,000.
rCepltal, and Proflt., »1.M0.0M.
Corner Fourth and Ma!n. Surplus and Profit., tl.aoo.OOfc
Vist Na ional Bank * .1. M. ELLIOTT. Prescient.
Past Na ional Bank
B B corner Seoond find Sprint. Eu \u* and 1-roflts. t1.<28.00».
1 'L-iL ■ —— W. ft HOLI.UiAY. Prealdenu
ISerchants National-Bank chas. greens, cuaiar.
Merchants National Bank > Capital. $200,000. cashier.
. Capital. }2«'.OM.
fl 8 E corner Third and Spring. Syrplus and Fronts. $8!>8.MO.
'■-!— — J. E. FI.SIIUURN. President
llalional Bank of California h. a mckee. cashier.
U Capital, $900,000.
II K. E. corner Fourth and Spring. Surplus and Undivided Profit,, $m), 00«.
1 .71 xsauonal bank a^rf rc^eV.
3 B. g. corner Fourth and Broadway. Surplus an.l 1-n.llvHM Prodis. $243.0 W.
Jjaaw y isank & Trust Company R w kesney, cashier.
Capital. $250,003.
808-310 Broadway. Bradbury building. Surplus end ITniilvMe'l Profits. $20».l»«.
J. „ , , IBAIAS \V iII.i.I..MAN, i'rt'Hldi'aU
i:ted States National Bank , i- w. smith, cashier.
Capital, 200,000.
B. E. comer Main and Commercial. Surplus and Profits, $78.0«».
rr— — i t» i X J. WA'I EKS. president.
g. widens national Bank v i. w. woods, cashnr.
* Capital, $1,000,000.
J 8 w. corner Third and Main. Surplus. tW0.003.
- , , W A UONYNOK, I'rußldent.
lommercial National Bank newman esbick. ca 3 ni«r.
Capital, $200,000.
J 401 S. Sprln*. corner Fourth. " Surplus and I'mllvlded T'rofln. $45.00«.
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SECURITY
AVINGS BANK
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Resources Over $25,000,000.00
SECURITY BUILDING. FIFTH AND SPRING STREETS
GERMAN AMERICAN SAWSBANK
I 8™ THE BANK WITH THE Jasmf
EFFICIENT SERVICE |
RESOURCES EXCEED $J3fiQo.ooo- 1
1 SJMMOJ^AURTH STS. L
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Timber Loans
fnj^HROUGH our association with Clark L.
THROUGH our association with Clark L.
Poole & Co., Bankers, Chicago, we make a
■^ specialty of loaning money, for long time,
on large bodies of timber lands, to responsible lum
bermen.
In the past ten years we have loaned over $35,
-000,000 on timber lands throughout the United
States at reasonable rates, in the form of long time
bond issues.
Clark L. Poole & Co. are the only large banking
house in the United States making an exclusive
business of timber loans, and having the facilities
and experience for promptly closing such loans or
bond issues.
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We invite correspondence or personal inter
views with responsible lumbermen through either
of our offices.
Barroll &- Co.
' LOS ANGELES, SAN FRANCISCO AND PORTLAND.
NEW YORK COTTON
Special eervlce to The Herald by .1. C. Wil
son, 212 West Filth etreet, lx>3 Angeles.
NEW YORK, Jan. 18.—The developments In
today's cotton market resembled very much
that (if yesterday. The lower opening was
succeeded by a partial but feeble rally wit*
some dullness, to be followed around the mid
dle of tha day by another wave o£ liquidation
and an outpouring or long cotton. The active
options found practically no support until the
declines in (he near months had amounted to'
75 and SO points and i" points tor October. At
this level some support was extended and
some short covering followed. The latter part
oi the session was characterized by feverish
ness with a partial rally, leaving the final
prices very materially under last nltslit ■ close,
Without doubt today's decline cleaned up a
very largo part of the impending liquidation,
but there Is still much contract cotton which,
unless more than recent strength is shown,
will probably como up on the market, in
other words, the liquidation, while drastic, has
not in our opinion, been complete.
Liverpool due 15« to 20>4 lower. Opened
steady 10 to 13 lower. At 12:30 p. m. the
market was quiet at a net decline of 11 to 12
nolnts Later cables reported a further decline
of * to 1 point. Spots dull, 19 lower at 7.01.1.
Sale* «000, American 5000. Port receipts for
today estimated at 88,000, last week 38,,58, last
>The census report on cotton of ginning to
January 8 will be Issued at 10 o'clock next
Monday morning. This will be the last report
on ginning until the final report Is published
on March 21. . ?;,•
Today's Quotations were as follows:
Open. High. Low. Bid. Ask.
January ........ 13.24 13.9* 13.45 14.63 13.66
tSary . 13.75 15.75 13.75 13.D9 13.63
Mare 11 ...... 14.00 14.09 13.51 13.81 UM
•^,'," ;. 13.71 13.71 13.70 13.70 18.71
„''.! .11 14.11 13.50 13.78 13.81
jl ** ::: ;; 14.0214.07.w.w u.n v.m
SSvS :::: is vi 14.1S IS &3 3:5
H-iftemtaer IJII »30« U.M U.M U.M
Se«moer ...... 13.40.13.80 12.20 12.35 U. 40
Spot cotton 13.85; quiet. Irregular; M lower.
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