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FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
LOWEST LEVEL IS
HIT ON EXCHANGE
PRICES FORCED TO BOTTOM
FIGURE SINCE AUGUST
DANKS BELIEVED TO BE HARSH
ON POOL STOCKS
Increased Faith That Supreme Court
Will Leave Executive No Alter.
native but Action Against
Trade Monopolies
[Associated Press]
NEW YORK, Jan. 26.—The drastic
?!c;iik!stior. wfcir.h --as renewed !n th«
stock market today forced prices to the
lowest level since the crest of the spec
ulative wave was touched last August.
Declines over night, ran between five
and seven points In most of the active
issues with, however, some conspicu
ous exceptions.
Instances were found in the Hill Pa
cifies and the eastern trunk lines, in
which stocks had been persistently
marketed In the period preceding the
present session of urgent pressure. The
burden of discussion in stock market
quarters was the danger of collision of
corporations with the law and activi
ties of the government.
The attention paid to the subject In
the dispatches from Waihlngton aggra
vated the apprehension which began
to grow acute yesterday. It was not
until the statement on the subject made
by President Taft was published that
the pangs of the market were at all
assuaged.
There was much confusion of cause
and effect in the hurly burly of the
market. There was evidence, for in
stance, that the banks were engaged in
cleaning up the credit accounts and
were discriminating with severity
against such stocks as justified sus
picions of pool manipulation.
The overhauling of loan accou»?B by
the banks had its incentive in part
from the apprehensions aroused by the
treatment of corporations by the law
as well us by the criticisms of the
purely speculative position in the mar
ket. The substantial ground for anx-
Jety that has grown up in the financial
community is the increasing belief that
the supreme court will uphold the gov
ernment in the American Tobacco case
smd leave the executive officers of the
government no alternative but to pro
ceed against combinations of corpora
tions.
Consideration of the expected divi
dend action on United States steel
practically dripped out of sight and
the stock market closed with prices
near the lowest.
Bonds were weak. Total sales, par
value, $5,153,000.
United States bonds were unchanged
on call.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago boar*
of Trade, stoeit and bond exchange of San
Kranciscu.
NEW YORK, Jan. 25.—Following were the
closing quotations today:
Sales. Stock. High. Low. Bid. Ask.
300 Allls-Chalmers ...1214 IS% 12 UK
200 do preferred 4ti", 4674 42 46%
$8,600 Amalg- Copper 81V4 77« i 77% 78%
7,800 Amer Beet Sugar. 40 34 34 35
600 do preferred 92 8974 » 93
2,."*0 Amer Can Co .... 12 11 11% 11%
1,000 do preferred 7614 75% T5", 75%
7,600 Am Car and Fdry. 64% 61% 6O',i 60%
< 300 do preferred 117 11814 U6 . 118
1,800 Amer Cotton Oil .. 62% 60 60 61
....... do preferred .. lul 103
, Amer Ex .. 275 295
a.SOO Am Ice Securities. 23% 2054 2074 21%
1.400 Amer Linseed IE XVi 1414 IS
.1,500 do preferred ..... 40% 38 38 38%
6,600 Amer Locomotive. 5214 60 60 50%
200 do preferred 112 112 113 112%
(0,100 Am Smlt and Rfe. 92% 88% 8914 89%
, 700 do preferred 108% 107 V& 108 109
8.400 Amer Sugar 120 116% 119% 1194
„ do preferred 120 122%
700 Am Steel Fdrs .... 63 60 60 61
3.800 Am Tel and T C 0.137 135 ' 10514 185%
. 200 Amer Tob pfd .... 9314 03 92% 92%
1,000 Amer Woolen 34 33% 34 3414
1,000 do preferred 100% 99 100 102
14,500 Anaconda 49% 49 49% 49%
400 Atlantic C Lino ..126 1254 125 127
«1,200 A T ASanta Fe ...116% 11474 11554 115%
• 400 do preferred 103% 103 103% 103*4
■6.900 Bait & Ohio 115% 114% 115 115V1
, do preferred .. 9314 :i \
B.IOOERT 72% 70% 71% 71%
1.100 Canadian Pacific..l 79 177's 17114 179
28.000 C & 0 8314 80% M 8214
800 C & A 60 5774 68% 69
2.700 C& O W new 31% 30 MM 30%
- , do preferred new .. .. D 874 60
■ I.SOO C & N W 166T4 16514 156 15614
21,000 C m & st V 155% 1«% 145% 14S
1 1,300 do preferred 167% 16314 166 167
§,400 Central Leather .. 42% 39% 3914 39%
800 do preferred 107 106 1051, 10614
, Cent of N J 295 305
MOCCC&StL. 77 77 78 TV I.
„' do preferred 102% 10814
9,400 .Fuel and Iron M';', 39*4 '.''.'■', 40
I, do preferred .. 112% 115
1,200 Columbus II C & I 23 21 21 22
400 Colorado Southern 6674 66 '66 . 66%
1,300 do Ist preferred. 8114 M 81 81%
600 do 2d preferred.. 80 80 80 si
26,100 Consolidated Ga5..145% 140% 141% 142
2,600 Corn Products .... 1914 18% 15% 18T4
:■'.> 400 do preferred 83 83% 82% 82%
700 Del & Hudson ....17114 172 173 17414
» DI, & W 690 610
4.300 D& R 0 42% 89% 40% 41
700 do preferred 7914 79 78% 79" 4
l.noo Distilling Securlt.. 33 33 31 32%
600 Duluth 8 S and A IS 15 15 15%
'■'. 1,800 do preferred 28 26 26 27
1.1.500 Erie 2974 27?4 27% 28
- 2,100 do Ist preferred. 43 4«% 44% 47%
: 600 do 2d preferred.. 37 85% 3314 36
8.000 General Electric ..152 150 150 152
7,200 Gt Northern Ore.. IV, 70 70% 70%
11.200 Great Northrn pfd.133% 131% 132 13214
1,000 Illinois Central ..142% 1441% 142% 143
9.900 Inter-Boro 21 20% 9014 20%
8,100 do preferred 65% 63% Ci'l 65
600 Intornat Paper ... 1i.% 1654 15% 15%
400 do preferred 65 5>% 51 55
1,800 Internat Tump ... 19 47% 43 48%
600 do preferred ..... 8614 8614 8514 8614
300 lowa Central 24% 24% 20 24
•'V, .. do preferred .. 43 46
3,800 X C Southern 38% 36% 3615 36%
TOO do preferred 68% 67 67 67%
' 500 L. X & Western ... 22% 22" 21 23
500 do preferred 60% 60 69% 60%
. 4.600 1. & N .' 145% 143", 143% 144%
800 Mac-key in 87 87 XX
>«) rio preferred 77% 77% 77 77%
200 Manhattan 137% 136% 136% 138
'....... Metropolltn St ny .. .. 20 21
. 3,500 Mexican Central „27 26% »14 26%
I 700 Minn & St L. 45 45 44 46
....... do preferred 75 62
800 MStP &8 S M..135% 1.1314 133 134
■ • do preferred .. 150 163
16.800 M X «Vr 43 41% 41?, 41%
109 do preferred 69% 69% 60 73
i.700 Missouri Paclflo ... 70 67% 67% 6774
6,400 National Lead .... 84% to 81% 8114
do preferred ....... .. 10714 110
National Biscuit Ill) 111%
....... do preferred 122% 124
':" 1 200 N T Air Brake.... 88% 84 83 85
19,400 N V Central 318 116% 110% 116%
■ 300 N V C * St L.... «0 6914 (8 69%
a..* do Ist preferred. .. .. 104 11«
....... do 2<l preferred M 96
....... YN'II * Hart 154 156%
* 4,400 N V Ont * W.... 45 4374 4374 44%
• 1,100 Norfolk * Westtrn M% M »> 'M -
do preferred .. 88 92
North American .. 77% 78 711 76%
8.700 Northern Paclflc ..134!i 133% .133%/ 133;,
Omaha 1* ' M
do preferred 1«» }'»
Pacific Coast ..... •■ •• I",, n* ,
I.OOOPacIHc Mail 34 S»H 11% 324
62,200 Pennsyl It n C 0..132 1.10% 13154 131 «
7.400 Peoples Gas 111 1. W» W >»S
3.800 Plttsburg Coal ... -la 20 -"' 20%
' 1.000 do preferred 74 70 71 72
600 PCC& St L 974 97 97 JJ»
do preferred lo° 12?,
1,600 Pressed Steel Car. 4474 4254 41>4 «4
do preferred 1O1'»1M
1,300 Ry Steel Spgs Co. 46% 44 44 4a
do preferred 103% 107 ,
151,100 Reading 159)4 1644 154?. 154%
do Ist preferred 9094 **
1.200 do id preferred.,loos4 100 100 101
3.800 Republic S and 1.. 38», 364 3654 37
1.300 do preferred 100 100 9914 100
19.500 Rock Island Co ... 42 39% 40% 41
1900 do preferred 84 81 825* 82%
600 Sloss Sh S*ICo 17 76 .6% .7
St 1. &S F Ist pfd .. .. 69 il
800 do 2d preferred.. 64 6154 62 6254
1,600 St LAS W 284 27% 2854 284
' 700 do preferred 72% 72 7254 73
«0 500 Southern Pacific ..128 125% 126% IK*
7,200 Southern Railway. 304 2ST4 28T4 29
1.000 do preferred 6655 65 64! i 654
1 700 Tennessee Copper.. 84Vi 3»H 3354 33%
3,600 Texas Paclflo 32 SO 30 31
3,700 Third Aye 1554 14>4 15 IW4
300 Toledo St L & W.. 45 44% 44% 4o
inrt rtrt i-.rpf(»rrftH ..... 67 67 63 b7
000 Twin" City X T....iiiii 111 111 «=,
800 Union Bag and P 104 74 9 104
do preferred .' •■ 6674 70
185.700 Union Pacific 189 183% 185 1*514
2 900 do preferred 994 9854 !>SVi 99
600 United Rds of S F 34 S3 32 .13
400 do preferred 60 5654 6554 6b>i
600 U S Cast Irn Pipe 27% 27 26% 28
do preferred •■ 774 80
2,700 V S Rubber 45 43 45 45%
1,100 do Ist preferred. 1" "I ln*
'300 do M preferred.. 79 78% 7S SO ,
445.700 U 8 Steel Cor '. 844 814 8254 8254
4.100 do preferred 123% 12154 12154 12154
8.100 Utah Copper 51 4854 4954 4954
000 Va-Car Chem Co.. 62T4 60 6054 ■• '•
100 do preferred 122 123 110 328
7,100 Wabash UK 20 2054 2054
11300 do preferred 49 46% 4754 47%
Well-Fargo Ex 176 185
2,100 Western Union, .... 72 694 60% 70
2,3.,. Westlnghouse .. .. 72 7054 71 72
200W&LE 64 6 Mi «£
200 do Ist preferred. ll'a 11 M W4
4<X» do 2d preferred.. 754 7 6 .54
400 Wis Central 47% 47 4«4 47
400 Am Hide and Lea 7 674 6% 7
2 600 do preferred 40-4 584 884 »M
600 Am Agr and Chem 44% 48% 43% 444
do preferred 101 104
?00 Beth Steel »1 »»4 80 32
400 do preferred 63 624 62 6d
1,700 Nat Enamel and S 2354 224 224 234
do preferred 9* 87
200 Pac Tel and Tel... 37 36 35 36
do preferred sn 98
600 V S Realty 77% 77 77 78
3.500 West Maryland ... 49 47% 4,% «794
Total sales, 1,626.800 shares.
NEW YORK BONDS
Special servlre 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 ana bond exclia&gs of San
Francisco.
NEW YORK. Jan. 25.—Following were the
closing quotations:
Bid. Asked.
Atchison general 4* 1004 Jo°>
Atchlson cony 4s .'. Us I*7
Baltimore & Ohio Ist 4s 99 9954
B R T 43 82% 83
Colorado Industrial 6s »154
U S Realty 6a M 93
Rock Island col 4s 794 M
Southern Paclflc ref 4s 945* 94%
Southern Pacitlc col 4s 9-54 93
Southern Pacific cony 4s 103 10254
Union Pacific Ist 4s 101% 1014
Union Pacific cony 4s 109% UO
U S Steel r, 3 104% . 104V4
United Railway 4s «■• 74
Wabash deb 4s 7254 7254
Western Pacific 6s 97% 8.94
Japanese 4s 88% *Bi*
Japanese Ist 44» 95% 90%
Japanese 2d 454 M* »
U8 2s regd 100% 10114
U S 2s' coupon 110% ■■
US 3s regd Wi 1024
Va 3s coupon 101% 10254
US« regd "J|s UMj
V 8 4s coupon IH'» «»»
Panama 2s I" Ml
Panama l»38s .......i... 1«» 1«1
TREASURY STATEMENT
WASHINGTON. Jan. 23. —The condition
of the treasury at the. beginning of business
today was bb follows: Trust funds —Gold
coin, $870,816,669; silver dollars, $463,995,
--000 sliver dollars of IS9O. «3.905,000; silver
certificates outstanding. $483,995,000. Gen
eral fund —Standard silver dollars. $6,626.
--5- current liabilities, $100,389,950; work-
Ing balance In general fund. $19,172,232; In
banks to credit of treasurer, $36,442,372; sub
sidiary sliver coin, $15.938,574; minor coin,
$1,130,265; balance, $77,594,080.
CITRUS FRUIT REPORT
BOSTON
BOSTON, Jan. 25.—Seven cars «old;
weather cloudy; market unchanged. Navels
Valley, T C. C. Ex. Porterville, $1.40;
Gold Buckle. It. H. Ex. E. Highlands, $:';
Pointer. A. C. Q. Glendora. $2.60; Carrier,
S. B. Ex. Highlands, »2.10; Marguerite, xc.
C. C, V. Me; Swan, R. H. Ft. Ex. Red.
12.53: Stag, A. C, G. Glendora, 12.80; Ar
rowhead, S. B Ex. Highlands. *2; Colum
bia, ?. $1.95.
HEW YORK
NEW YORK, Jan. 25.. —Nine cars navels
sold; market steady on good stock; raining
and snowing. Navels—Camellia, xf. Red.
Mutual O. Co., $2.40; Titus Ranch, fy, San
Marcos (5. Pkg. $2.60; El Toreador, ml.
same, $1.00; Blue Seal. A. C. G. Ex. $2.C5,
Red Shield, same, 11.95; Thistle, eh, C. C.
V. $1.80; Parrot. S. A. Ft. Ex. $1.85; Whlt
tier, same. $1.80; Pico, Fame, $1.50; Colo
nial, same, $1.75; Columbia, ?. $1.80-1.90.
Arizona navels—Desert, $2.96; Cactus, $1.65.
CITRUS FRUIT SHIPMENTS
Orgs. L«m. ■ Tot.
Monday, Jan. 24 113 23 141
To date this season. .. .330.1 903 4208
To date last season. .. .3328 952 4310
— « «■
METAL MARKET
NEW YORK, Jan. 25.— market for stand
ard copper on the New York metal exchange
was weak today, in sympathy with a s)lght de
cline In London, with spot and all deliveries
up to the end of April closing at *l;!«ii;i.:s.
The London market closed easy, with spot
quoted at £60 7s 6d and futures at £61 ss.
Exports of copper today, according to custom
house returns, were 4673 tons, making 21,190
so far this season. Local dealers quoted lake i
copper at $13.75^14; electrolytic, 813. 13.73;
casting. [email protected]%.
Tin was dull, with spot closing at $32.50(9
33; January, $32.40®32.60; February and March,
$'32.25032.45, and April, $32.36982.60.
The London market for tin was higher, but
lost part of an early advance,' closing easy at
£147 for spot and '£148 8s 6d for futures.
Lead was dull; spot, $4.67%@4.72%. New
York, and at $4.6084.00 East St. Louis. The
London market was lower at £13 lls Bd.
Hpelter was weak, with spot quoted at $6.G.''iJ
6.25 Now York and $5.85'u3.95 East St. Louis.
The London market waa unchanged at £23 ss.
Locally the Iron market was unchanged.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO, Jan. 25.—Cattle— esti
mated at 6000; market weak; beeves, $4.10®
(60; Texas steers, $3.8004.85: western
steers, $4<S>«: etockera and feeders, 13®
6.10: cow* and heifers, 82®5.40; calves, $7.50
@J.7S.
—Receipts estimated at 18,000; mar
ket steady; light, [email protected](; mixed, $8,160
8.60; heavy, $8.2008.60; good to choice
heavy. 89.3008.50: pigs, 17.8.10; bulk
of sales, |5.!5®8.46.
Sheep—Receipts estimated at 18,000; mar
ket steady: natives, $4 6 5.80; westerns, $4©
6.10; yearlings, $6.75<58: native lambs, $8.26
®8.60; westerns, $6.2508.60.
r.tve In VENICE VILLAS and BUNGA-
U>W>, Completely furnished. Itent rtason
»ol«,-AdT.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 26. 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 slock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock mid bond exchange of gan
Francisco. , ■
SAN FRANCISCO, Jan. 25.— Following were
the closing quotations:
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS—
Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil Co 5a 954
Bay Counties Power Co 65., 104% •»
Cal Central Gas and Elec Gs 100%
California St Cable Co 6a 90
California Wine Assn 6s 90 31 li
City Klectrlo Co in 8154
Contra Costa Water Co Gs 100\
do gen mtg 6s 91% ..
Edison Elec Co of L A.6s 101%
Edison Light and Power (a 108 ••
First Federal Trust Co 6s 101H ..
Ferries & Cliff House Ry 6s 102 ' ..
Hawaiian Com) and S 6s 103*4
Honolulu R T and L Co 6s 108
Lake Tahoe Ry & T Co 6s 99
Los Angeles Elec Co Gs 10154 ..
Los Angeles Gas and El Co it 101
Los Angeles Railway 6s 108%
Los Angeles Lighting gd 6s 10254
r_. A-Vqr. R' ?* Ist con mte; Is 10754
L A-Fac R R of CaJ 6s 102
Market Street Cable 63 10314 i.
do Ry Ist con mtg 6s 101 ..
M V & Mt Tamalpals S Ry 6s 100
Northern Ry Co of Cal 6s 114%
Northern Cal Power Co 6s 103 105
Northern Electric Co 6s 90 ( ..
Oakland Gas Light and II 5s Ifi2
Oakland Transit Co 6a 108 110
Oakland Transit 5s 106 108%
Oakland Transit Con 5s 106% 106
Oakland Traction Con 5s 964
Oakland Traction Co 6s 92Vi
calami Water Co gtd 6s 9S
Omnibus Cable Railway 8s 1084
Pacific Gas Imp 4a 87
Paclflo Electric -.-y Co 6s 108 1064
Pacific Light and Power Co 5s 96
Pac Light and Power gtd 6s 100%
Pacific Tel and Tel Co r>s 99 1004
Park & Cliff House Ry 6s 101
People's Water Co 6s 69
Powell Street Railway 6s 102 103
Sacramento Eleo Gas * Ry 6s 102%
S F Oak & San Jose Ry 5s 1064
do 2d mtg 6s 98
S F Oak &S J Con Ry 6s 106 . ..
Sierra Ry of Cal 6s 1054
S P R R of Ariz 6s 1910 100% •■
S P It R of Cal 6s 1912 10554 ..
S P R R of Cal Ist c gtd g 6s 11554
S P Branch Ry of Cal 6s 127
S P R R Co Ist rfdg 4s 8554 9554
Stockton Gas and El Corp 6s lot
S V Water Co gen mtg 4s 884 69
United Gas and Elec Co 6s 58 99
United R R of S F 4s 73%
Vallejo, Benicla Napa VRR 65.. 75
Valley Counties Power Co 6s 101 103
WATER STOCKS—
Marln County 60
Spring Valley Water Co 41% 41%
GAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS—
City Electric Co 61% 62%
N Cal Power Co con 474
Pacific Lighting Corp pfd 70 75
do common .' » 614
INSURANCE STOCKS—
California Insurance Co Sl% S3
Fireman's Fund 236 B*3
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS—
California 135
Presidio a
POWDER STOCKS—
Giant Consolidated Co 76 78
SUGAR 6TOCK3—
Hawaiian Ooml and Sugar Co 58 89
Honokaa Sugar Co 22
Hutchlnson Sugar Plantation 17:4 19
Kllauea Sugar Plantation Co 14 18
Makawell Sugar Co 63% ..
Onomea Sugar Co 65 • >
Paauhau S P Co 284
Union Sugar Co 67 ..
OIL STOCKS—
Associated Oil Co 484 ..
Sterling Oil and Dcv Co S.S 3*6
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS—
Alaska Packers' Association 91 »1%
Cal Fruit Canners 1 Assn 100%
M V & Mt Tamalpals S Ry 100
Pac Auxiliary Firo Alarm I
Pacific Coast Borax Co 154 „
Pac Tel and Tel common 35
Morning pales—looo Oak Traction Co 5s 9154;
10 000 People's W 6s «0; 2000 do 68%: 3000 United
Ry 4s 73; 3000 Mkt St (s lOlli; 10,000 do 101' i;
2000 So I'ac rfg 4s 5354; 100 Key Route Con
95' i; Hi Alaska DOVi; 1" Assd Oil 46; 100 Hutch
inson 18; 25 Paauhau 28%.
Afternoon sales—3oo(l United Gas 6s 98; 12.000
People's W 6s 69Vi: 10,000 do 63%; 4000 So Pnc
rfg 4s »5%; 150 Alaska 91; 60 Assd Oil 46; 60
do 45**: 30 do 45%; 60 Hutchlnson IS; 40 Paau
hau 25%; 100 Spring V W 4154.
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
PAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 25.—Flour, family
nnd l.akcrs' extras. Sfi.so©7; Oregon and
Washington, $3.60® 6.90; shipping wheat,
$1.9216©2.0 m; milling. $1.97'^; feed 'barley.
$1.35jt1.40; brewing, [email protected]'.i; cheva
lier ll.60Ol.lt; red oatH, $1.55® 1.02.-;
white,. $1.60®1.671i; black. [email protected]; mhl
dlings, |840SS; mixed feed, $:SS|'33; rolled
barley |294f30; oatmeal, $4.4064.60; oat
groata, $4.60; rolled oats, $364/38; wheat
hay $14S|il!t.5O; wheat anil oat, $155j)16;
wild oat, $9&13: tame oat, $12i»16; alfalfa,
ItOU; straw, 50&76 c; pink beans, $4,250
4 3".- lima, $4.05®4.10; small white, $4.75®
480- large white. [email protected]; Oregon Bur
bank potatoes, ll.S0®1.80; Salinas Bur
benks. [email protected]; Merced sweets, $1.60®
165; sreen peas, -6® 15c; green peppers, 10
Bit; rhubarb. 6'/?8c; Karlic. [email protected]; cucum
bers hothouse, $liif>l.so; mushrooms, $1;
live turkeys. I0O<>«S dressed. [email protected]; old
roosters, J4©6; young, $6.50Q'9; "mail broil
ers $3 60®4.60; large, $4.60^6; fryers, 55.50
i 0; lu-ns, $34; 10; old ducka. [email protected];
young, S7SS; geese. [email protected]; old pigeons, $152
1.25; J oung, IS \i 2.50.
Receipts—Flour, 11,205; wheat, 1805; bar
ley. 64,654; beans, 1000; potatoes, 5280;
onlona, 555; bran, 955; middlings, 45; hay,
160; hides, 290; wine, 60.830.
FRUIT MARKET
SAN FRANCISCO. Jan. 25. —Fancy apples,
[email protected]$l; common, [email protected]; common pears,
$1; fancy, 11.36; navel oranges, [email protected];
Mexican limes, $4fi>4.50; common California
lemons, [email protected]; good to choice, [email protected];
fancy, $3.50®4; bananas, 75c®$3; pineap
ples, [email protected]
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
NEW YORK. Jan. 25.—Evaporated apples
quiet; fancy, 10%®Hc; choice, i.'V; prime,
7®7V«c; common to fair, 6<&6%c. '
! Prunes firm; California up to SO-40S, 2%@9',ic;
Oregons, G'(/'."-.
Apricots firm; choice. U%®ll%e; extra choice,
U%ei2%c; fancy, 12ii®13%c.
Peaches firm; choice, 6%57c; extra choice,
IVsci fancy. Be. -"...,
I Raisins unsettled; loose muscatel, [email protected]%c;
choice to fancy seeded, 59554s needless, 3V>'u
4%c; London layers, [email protected]
-* ■
COFFEE AND SUGAR
NEW YORK, Jan. 23.—Coffee —Futures closed
steady, net unchanged to 0 points lower; sales
were reported of 15.200 bags, including March
at G.73C, Mary 6.80 c, July 6.85®6.90c, September
6 55&6 90 October 6.75, and December 6.85 v
Spot quiet; No. 7 Rio, 8%38%c; No. 4 Santos,
Mll'l coffee quiet; Cordova. [email protected]
Sugar—Raw quiet; Muscovado. 8J test.
centrifugal. 96 test. 4,OSc; molasses sugar, 89
test, 3.33 c.
Kenned quiet; crushed, 6.86 c; granulated,
6.15 c; powdered, 6.25 c.
BUTTER, EGQB AND CHEESE
SAN FRANCIBCO. Jan. 23. —Fancy Cl
cry butler, 37'ic; seconds, S3c; fancy dairy,
114. New cheese, 17&19 c; Young America,
■ Ranch eggs, 34c; store. 32c.
CHICAGO. Jan. 25.—Butter, easy; cream
eries [email protected]; dairies, 244*39 c. Eggs,
at mark, eases Included. 2114027140; B
21c; prime firsts, 32c; receipts 2553 i
Cheese, steady; Daisies, 17®1714c; Twins,
17 ■■; foung Americas, lU'iSJl6%c;
Long Horns, 1614«l«%c.
Live In VK.VIi V. VILLAS and BUNOA
LOWB. Completely furnished. Rent reason
able.—Adr.
FINANCIAL
LOS ANOKLES. Jan. =5.-Bank clearings
were |2.410,513.60, an increase of 16.6,524.38 as
compared with the amount for the correspond
ing period of last year. Following is a com
piatlve aatcment! ,
1310. 1909. 1905.
Jan "4 I' 479 476 52 11.659,469.44 I}.««,B«.3I
ill: X :::::: L',4M.si3^ I.TM.SW.U 1.200,520.04
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Market yesterday had a large range, with
prices on the decline.
Associated bonds wore off and the market
closed 87H to 57%. Unfon Transpartatlon wore
etrong at 84 to MS. i' S. Long Distance were
in demand, but th« market closed with quite a
spread at 70 to 76. ...
■ German American Savings was up 5 points
and closed at 330 to 305. There were bids for
Home Telephone preferred sold down to r.n» 4
on sales of SO shares and closed 6614 to 50%.
U. S. Long Distance sold at 43 and closed tit
45*4 with no bid. Associated Oil sold down to
45<!4 and closed 464 to 48. Ollnda Land sold
from 37 to 36'!: on 3000 shares and closed weak
at 8014 bid; no offers. Union was weak: sold to
102?4 and closed 10214 to 102T4. California Mid
way took a brace, opened at U\, sold up to
15 and closed at 14',i; market looked weak at
close, 141 ito 14* ion the dumping of some
6000 shares on the market. Rico Ranch sold
1000 shares at 90.
Morning Sales
10 Home Tel pfd 67; 20 do 66.75: 30 17 S T.
D T and T Co 43; 10 Associated Oil 46; 60 do
45.75: 1000 OUnda Land (Oil) 37; 1000 do 3714;
1000 do 3614; 20 Union 103; 10 do 102.75; 1000
CaJ Midway 14%; 2000 do 1414.
Afternoon Sales
1000 Cal Midway 15; 1000 do IMi; 1000 do 1414;
1000 do. B. 30, 14%; 1000 do 1414; 1000 Reed
Crude 3114; 1000 Rice Ranch OH Co 90; 10
Union Oil 102.6214. Off board: 10 Union 102.75.
Bonds
Bid. Asked.
American Petroleum Co 83
Associated Oil Co ";4 ""'"•
California Pac Ry 94 105
Corona City Water Co 95 100
Corona Power and W Co 95 101
Cucamonga Water Co 1"' 99
Edison El Co Ist R 10114
Edison Elec Co old Issue 104
Home Telephone Co ' 88 69
Home Tel Co Ist rfg 7814 " 7914
L A Pac Ist con mtgs .......... .. 10714
L A and Pasadena Eleo 8y.... 96 108
L A Railway Co 108 110
L A Traction Co 6s 107 114
L A Traction Co 6s 100 105
Mission Trans and It Co 98
Pao Eleo Ry Co 100 108
Pac Light and Power Co 93
Pasadena Homo T and T C 0.... 724 78
Pomona Con Water Co 96
Riverside II T and T Co 60
Riverside Light and F Co 101
Santan Monica II T and T Co.. .. 74
San Dl'-- H T and T Ist mtg. ... 80
Santa Barbara Elec Ry 9314
Temescal Water Co 99
United Eleo G and P Co 101
Union Transportation Co :•! 93
U S Long Dlst T and T C 0.... 70 76
Vlsalia Water Co 100
Whittier Home T and T Co ... M
Banks
Bid. Ask.
All Night and Day Bank 115.00 140.00
Broadway Band and Trust 140.00 176.00
California Savings US.OO 145.00
Central National 180.00 200.00
Citizens National 200.00
Commercial National 146.00 175.00
Equitable Savings Bank 175.00 210.40
Farmers and Merchants Nat 1...280.00 325.00
Federal Bank of L A 14.00
First National , 496.00
German American Savings 830.00 835.00
Globe Savings Bank 127.-00 150.00
Home Savings Bank of 1. A 114.00
Merchants National' 530.00
Merchants Bank and T Co 195.00
National Bank of California ..190.00
Security Savings Bank 375.00 400.00
The Southern Trust C 0..- 75.00 82.00
(50 per cent paid up).
U. S. National Bank 145.00
Industrial and Public Utilities '
Bid. Ask.
Edison Electric pfd SO. 82.50
Edison Electric com 1 60.50 62.60
Hawaiian Com and Sugar 37.00 58.00
Home Telephone pfd 58.1214 66.6214
Home Telephone com 10.1214
Hutchlnson S. P. Co 18.00 19.00
L A Athletic Club 10.00
L A Brewing Co 125.00
L A Investment Co 3.00 3.10
Mexican National Gas pfd 50.00 75.00
Mexican National Gas com 30.00 37.50
Paauhau S. P. Co 28.00 29.00
Pac Mut Life Ins Co 260.00 310.00
Pasadena Home T and T Co 35.00
Riverside Home T and T Co 35.00
Ban Diego Home T and T Co.. 22.60 24.50
Santa Monica BUT pfd 28.60 32.C0
Sun Drug Co 1.00
Seaside" Water Co ....' 100.01)
Title G and Tr Cc pfd 250.00
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 175.00 225.00
U S L D T and T Co pfd 42.8714
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 70.00
American Crude Oil Co 1.10
American Pet. Co. pfd 97.00
American Pet Co com 74.00 76.50
Associated Oil 45.50 46.00
Brokshlre Oil 1.20
Central 1.3314 13414
Cleveland Oil Co ' .35
Columbia 1.22
Continental OH 35
Euclid OH Co 60 .60
Fulerton 11 3.65 6.00
Globe ..... .18
Jade Oil Co 3314 .
Mexican Petroleum 1.00 1.15
Mexican Pet Ltd pfd 67.00 68.00
Mexican Put Ltd com 24.50 26.C0
New Pennsylvania Pet Co 35 .60
Olinda Land Co (Oil) 3614'
Palmer Oil Co I.M 1.25
Perseus OH Co .35
Plnal Oil Co 13.00
Piru Oil and L Co 17
Reed Crude 3114
Rice Ranch Oil Co 89>4 .90
Section Six Oil Co .CO
Trader's Oil Co 115.00
Union 108. 102.8714
Union Provident Co 102.00
United Petroleum 104.00
West Coast Oil com 9.00
Western Union 125.00
Yellowstone Oil Co .52
NON-PRODUCERS—
California Midway Oil Co 1414 .14';
DAILY MINING CALL
Morning —1000 Clark Copper 6>4; 1000 do
B. 30, 6141 1222 do 614; 1000 Johnnie 18.
Afternoon sales—SoO Clark Copper 614; 2000
California Hills 4', a ; 2000 do, B. 30, 414; 6000
Johnnie M and M 11%.
LISTED STOCKS
CALIFORNIA— Bid. Asked.
Cal Hills M Co ..../ 04%
Consolidated Mines Co 01% .0114
Mt Games Con M Co 03 .0414
MEXICO—
Clark Copper Co ' .06'"
NEVADA—
Goldfleld Con Mines 7.75
Johnnie Mining and Mill Co 11?; .12
NEW YORK COTTON
Bpeclal lervloe to The Herald by .7. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, Loa Angeles.
NEW YORK, Jan. 23.—Developments in to
day's cotton market were rather negative as
far as results were concerned. After opening
strong; with about ten points improvement, the
near months reacted, taking March to 13.00,
May and July to Id-, and October Just under
12Vfcc. After this demonstration the market
became very quiet and rallied slowly, the
finals being practically unchanged from last
night's level. For the last several sessions the
cotton market has shown unmistakable signs
of being liquidated, but, on the other hand,
has given every evidence of a lack of demand
for contracts.
Liverpool duo six lower on October and 914
to 10V4 lower on other positions. Opened steady
3 to 4 lower. At 12:15 p. m. the market was
steady" at a net advance of V» to 1% points,
Spots In moderate demand, 4 lower a 7:70.
Bales, 7000, Including 8000 American.
Port receipts today, 20,000; last week, 24,457;
last year, 68,167.
Generally fair weather for today and tomor
row over the belt.
Quotations today were as follows: '
—Close—
' Open. High. Low, hi.l. Ask.
January 14.15 14.22 13.97 11.21 14.24
February U.U 14.
March .'. 14.25 14.25 13.90 14.18 14.19
April 14.21 14.23
May 14.38 14.37 14.01 14.29 14.30
June •'• 14-2" 14.30
July 14. 14.38 14.00 14.29 14.30
AuKUst 14-00 140') 11.71 11. «0 13-98
September 13.05 13.05 12.8! 15.99 13.01
October 12.64 12.14 12.41 12.58 13.00
November .' 12.38 12.43
December ....;.... 12.83 13.40 12.20 13.40 12,43
Spot cotton, 14.35; quiet, unchanged.
LOCAL RANCH EGGS
DOWN CENT A DOZEN
JOBBERS AT PRESENT HAVE A
FAIR SUPPLY
Market Well Stocked with Fine Celery
from Santa Ana—Fishermen
Send in Result of Big
Catches
More than 28,000 pounds of butter were
received Tuesday against 78U0 pounds on
Monday. Further heavy receipts aro an
ticipated, Prices are easy.
Eggs are easier and .lower in quotations,
prices for local ranch declining lc a dozen
on receipts of 108 cases. Jobbers know that
many cases brought In by wagons by pro
ducers do 'not show In the official receipts,
consequently the market at present is fairly
well supplied With eggs.
Potatoes of superior quality are on sale.
Poor spuds are going repldly.
Dealers make a flne show of celery and
fruits*.
Vegetables and garden truck generally
are scarce and wanted.
The market is well stocked with all va
rieties of fish. Most of the supply was sold
before the close of the day's business. Fish
seems to be more appetizing to consumers
since meat prices have been advanced.
Receipts of produce were: Eggs, 108
cases; butter, 28,274 pounds; cheese, 60
pounds; potatoes. 3077 sacks; onions, 190
sacks; beans, 400 sacks; sweet potatoes, 110
sacks; apples,' 403 boxes.
Produce Prices
Following are the Daily Market Reporter
wholesale quotations:
EGGS—T.ncal ranch. , candled, extra se
lected, 3"c; local ranch, candied, 360j local
ranch, case count, buying price, 32'/ic; eastern
storage, packed extra, 28c; eastern storage,
seconds, 26c
BUTTER —California creamery extras, 2-
Ib. roll, I"Uc; California creamery firsts, 2-
Ib. roll, 67 He. eastern creamery, extras.
67V4c; cooking butter, 26c; ladle butter,
II «9 To.
CHEESENorthern fresh, 20c: northern
storage, 19020 c; Oregon Daisy, 21c; eastern
singles, [email protected]; eastern twins, Italic;
eastern Daisies £0S?21c; eastern Long Horn,
21c; eastern Cheddars. 20021 c; Imported
swiss, Sotf3l; Jack cheese, 18o: domestic
.swl«s, 23c; cream brick, 20c; Llmburger,
20©21o; Roquefort, 38040 c; Edam. $8,000
00; Canadian cream, per box, 11.00.
BEANS— 1 pink, [email protected]: No. 1
Llma«. $4.4004.50: No. 1 I.any Washing
tons. $4.2504.50; No. 1 small whites. $5 40
@6 50; No. 1 Blackeyes. $4.75; No. 1 Gar
vanzax, $3.90©4.50; No. 1 Lentils, California,
$7.0008.00.
POTATOES — per cwt., 11.10
©1.35; Lompoc, per cwt., 11.C50t.75; Wat
ionvlile per cwt., (1.5091.86; Oregon Hur
banks, per cwt. $1.5001.60: Oregon Early
Rose, per cwt. (1.604/1.60: Salinas, $1.6001.75;
yellow sweets, per cwt. $2.50.
—Northern Australian brown, per
cwt., $1.60311.75; Oregons, (2 cwt; garlic
B©loe lb.
FRESH FRUITS—Apples: Bellefleurs,
«-t!er, [email protected]; Bellefleurs, 4 14-tler.
$1.35; Gravenstelna, 4-tler, $1.00; Graven
steins, 4",4-tiiir. 90c®$1.00; Hoovers, 4-tler,
$2.26; Jonathans. 4-tler, $3.00; Pearmalns,
white winter, 4-tler, $1.50; Pearmains. 414
--tler (1.35; Fearmalns, red. 4-tler, (1.60;
Pearmains. red. 4V4-tter, (1.20; Smith's
Cider, 4-tler, $1.50; Smith's Cider, 414-tler.
$1.25; Ben Davis. 4-tler, Col., (1.6601.55;
Newton Pippins, 4-tler, (1.60; Mo. Pippins,
4-tler, Col., $2.00; Mo. Pippins. 414-tler.,
Cal., ti.3i| Mo. Pippins. 4-tier, Cal., (1.50;
Rome Beauties, $2.50(g>2.75; Spltzenburgs,
4-tler, $2.50; dans. $1.75; Wlnesaps,
4-tier, Col., $2.7503.00; Wlnesaps, 4-tler,
Cal., $1.75; Wlnesaps, 4H-tier, Cal.. $1.25.
Berries: Strawberries, fancy, per basket,
»©l2c; strawberries, choice, per basket, to;
cranberries, per barrel, $10.60011; rasp
berries, per basket, 10c. Citrus: Grapefruit,
seedlings, ([email protected]; lemons, fancy, $3.60;
lemons, choice, $1.75; oranges, fancy Navels,
$2.2602.75; oranges, Tangarlnes, ',£ box,
$1.60; oranges. Valenclas, fanny, $2,500
3.00; limes, 20-lb. box, (1.25.
TROPICAL—Banasa*, per Ib., 4Wo; ban
anas, red, per Ib., 6c; dates, Fard, lb., [email protected]
lie; dates, Golden. Ib., S^c; Persian, 1-lb.
pkgs, 9c; Alligator pears, doz., $5.00; pine
apples, 6 7c.
MISCELLANEOUS—Pears, winter Nellls,
picking boxes, $1.5001.75; cantaloupes, local,
crate. Jumbos, $2.5008.00; casabas, crate,
(1.6001.70; melons, $3.00; grapes, lug
boxes, $1.2501.60; Guavas, per basket,
4c; peaches, box, $1.25; pomegranates, &c;
quinces, per box, $1.25; watermelons, per
Ib., H4c; persimmons, per Ib., 6® Be.
VEGETABLES — Artichokes. Northern,
doz., $1.2501.40; Brussels sprouts, Northern,
lb., [email protected]>9c; bell peppers, Ib.. 10c; beets, sacks,
SOc: string beans, Ib. 15c; green cabbage,
sack, $1.60; led cabbage, Ib., 2c; carrots,
sack, Sue; cauliflower, doz. [email protected]; celery,
doz., 50060 c; celery, crate, [email protected];
cucumbers, $1.5002 dozen; corn, green, box,
60©00 c; corn husks, cut, lb., s(B>6c; egg
plant, lb.. 508 c; leeks, doz., 35c; oyster
plant, doz., [email protected]; okra, lb., [email protected]; let
tuce, ct, $1.600160; peas, Ib., 15018 c; pars
ley, doz., 25c; parsnips, doz., 40c; rhubarb,
crimson winter, 85c; rhubarb. Northern
Strawberry, box. 85c; spinach, doz., 204j)250;
summer squash, per box, 75c: squash, Hub
bard, Ib., llil'/jc; young onions, doz., 160
25c; turnips, sack, 80c; Cuban tomatoes. $3,250
3.50 a crate.
DRIED FRUITS— evaporated, lb.,
lowllc; apricots, Ib., [email protected]; figs, loose,
white, box, $1.25; figs, loose, black, box,
$1.25; peaches, Ib., [email protected]; pears, lb., Hit
12c; plums, lb., 1214 c; nectarines, lb., «Sf
10c.
• PRUNES — 20-303; 10c; 80-40S, 9e; 40-505,
THo; 60-60S, liljc; 60-7 OS, 6c; 70-BOS, OVic;
80-ilOs, sc; 80-100 S. 414 c.
RAISINS — z-crown, loose, 60-
Ib. boxes, Ib. 4Vic; 3-crown, lose, 60-lb. box,
lb. sc; 4-crown, lose, 60-lb. box. lb. 6c; Lon
don layers. /2-crown, lose, 20-lb. box, lb.
$1.10; 3-crown, $1.25; 4-crown, $1.65; s
crown, $1.90; Sultanas, bleached, lb. 9011 c;
unbleached, 314 M 4c; seedless,. 16-oz. pkg.
6 lit?" lie; 12-oz. pke- 314 06 Me. ..
NUTSPer lb.—Almonds, fanjy, IXL, 17c;
Ne Plus Ultra, 16c. Brazils, 14015 c; cocoa
nuts, [email protected]$1.00; chestnuts, 11&12 C; filberts,
14015 c; hickory. Sc; pecans, XX, 12}4c;
XXX, 16c; XXXX, 17c; eastern peanuts, 7c;
Japan peanuts, 9c; Spanish peanuts. No. 1
shelled, 10c; pinenuts, 20c; No. 1 S. S. wal
nuts, 1314®14c: No. 2, 10c; Jumbos, 170
18c: budded, IS4ji2Oc; eastern popcorn, cwt.
$3.75; local, cwt. $103.26.
RICE —100 lbs—Fancy Honduras, Caro
lina. $7; choice Honduras, Carolina, $70
7.25; Japan grades, $4.6605.00; Island, (9.24;
broken, (3.50.
HONEY —Per lb. —Water white, extracted,
70714 c; white, extracted, 7c; light amber,
extracted, 606>/4c; water white comb,
lib-frames, 18c; white, comb, frames, 16c;
light amber, comb, frames, 12012 >c; bees
wax, par Ib. SOc. *i
LIVE —Packers pay f. o. b. Los
Angeles for beef steers, 4110414 c; beef
steers, 31404 c; beef heifers, 81a04c; ue«i
calves, 6c; mutton, weathers, $4.5005;
mutton, ewes, $3.7504; mutton, lmbs, $3«
8.25; hogs, T,iQ. ' '
POULTRY —Buying prices !u the country:
(Per lb.)Hens, 17®lSc; old roosters, 10c;
stags. 8c; broilers, 1 to 2 lbs., per lb. 25c;
fryers, 2 lbs and up, per Ib. 22c; coasters, 8-
Ibs. and up, per lb. 19c; geese, 16c; ducks.
16c; squab pigeons, dozen, $1.60; turkey
hens, S-lb. and up, 22c; young torn tur
keys, 22c; old toms, 24c.
CHILI— lb. —Evaporated, ! strings, IS
©20c; lose, 18c; Mexican black, 2015 c,
green, sc; chill tepins, $1.25; Japan, lac;
corn hu*ks, 7©-00. ■ •
. HAY—(Baled). The following quotations
are furnished by the Los Angeles Hay Stor
age Co. (Per ton)— Barley or wheat hay.
$12.60016.50; tame oat hay, $15018.50; al
falfa, $13.60016.
MILL FEED—Bran, $1.60; whote corn,
$1.76; cracked corn, (1.80; feed meal, $2;
rolled barley, $4.60; oil cake meal. $2.50;
•horts, $1.85; Kaffir corn. $2; white oats,
(1.80; red oats, eastern. (2.25; wheat, ori
ginal sacks,'cwt. (2.05; wheat. 100-lb. sack*
(2.10. : "
\' ' '
BOSTON WOOL
• BOSTON, Jan. There Is a slight Incrcas*
In the interest In the local wool market, espe
cially In fleece wools and values are firmly
maintained. The. call seems to come from the
small woolen mills. Stocks are so limited that
It is believed the local bins will be swept clean
before the new clip arrives. Th» leading quo
tations arc: .
Texas fine. 12 months, 73®750; line, I to 8
months, 68®70c; fins XX fall, «OK«2c.
California; northern county, [email protected]; mid
dling county, 63®65c: fall free, 60©Kic. /
Oregon, eastern No. 1 staple, 75<&7Sc; eastern
clothing, 70©72 c; valley. No. 1, STwMe.
Territory, fine staple, 77®7Sc; line medium
staple, 7O'u72e; fine clothing, 70^720; Una medi
um clothing, >A'<i•;<;<■; half-blood, 7;t'ii7He; three
elKhths blood, 68<870cT>ciuarter-blood, ii"i(«Bc. '
.Pulled, extra, 73<y)76c; line "A," [email protected]; "A"
supers, <[email protected] - - . .
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CLEARING HOUSE BANKS ' _^
NAME OFIICEIta. «
~ ". , _i , W. H. HOLLIDAY. PresldenU •
erchants National Bank i chas. oreene, cashier.
«i f Capital. 1200,000.
8 B corner Third ana Sprint;. Surplus and Profits. »626,000.
, ~~—_ ... : J. E. FIKHUURN, President.
ational Bankof California h. b. mckee. cashier.
Capital, »600.000.
N. B. corner Fourth and Spring. Surplus and Undivided Profits. tW.OO*.
C—^-^— ——^———————— ~—^~"~~ B. F. ZOMBKO, President.
LiU i national Bank james b. gist, cashier.
Capital, J300.000.
8. B. corner Fourth an« Broadway. Surplus and Undivided Profits, tMWW.
Bi v. <x< » <">«_. WAKRti OILL,h;Lh;N, Ptesldenu
jddw-y Bank « rust Company B w kenney. cashier.
. Capital. t:60,ooo.
808-310 Broadway. Bradbury building-. Surplus and Undivided Profits. tiW.Wm,
U, c-4. *■ M,*;„„., 1 n.-l, - ISAIAS W HtLLMAN, Preaideav
nited States National Bank. p . w , smith, easier.
Capital, *200,000.
8 SI. corner Main and Commercial. Surplus and Profits, m.rw.
rtn^ens national Bank R- ■»• w. woods, "cashier.
fluizens national Bank v:.t. w. woods, cashier.
I. ■ ' . Capital. (1.000,009.
%£ s W. corner Third »nfi. Main. surplus, tsoo.ooo.
C, -, .. , tj.-i W. A. BONYNQE. President,
ommercial National Bank newman essick. cashier.
- - Capital. (200,000.
\J 401 B. Spring, corner Fourth. ' Surplus and Undivided Profits. 145.00*.
Farmers & Merchants National Bank cHAM.Es LsmEii Pr
Capital. 11,500.000.
Corner Fourth and Main. Surplus and Profits, 11.900.0 M.
TZ I T^rt , '. J. M. ELLIOTT. President. T~~~~"
.ist Na :onal Bank - w t. s. hammond. ioiu«r.
Capital Stock. 260,000.
B. E. corner Second and Spring. 8u- lus and Profits. 11,625.00*.
LOS ANGELES SAVINGS PANKS
„—gECURITY __.
8! avings RANK
Largest and Oldest in Southwest
source* $27,000,000.00
Pays the highest rates of Interest and on the most liberal terms
consistent with sound, conservative banking.
Money to Loan on Improved Real Estate
Security Building Spring and Fifth Streets
V— * THE BANK WITH THE <™f
EFFICIENT SERVICE I
Ktmts tXCEEI> $/3fiQO.QOQ 0-2\
J SPRING FOURTH STS. L
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CHICAGO GRAIN
Special scrvlco to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, member Chicago board of trade. New
York stock exchange ami Ban Francisco bond
and stock exchange, 212 West Fifth street,
Los Angeles.
CHICAGO, Jan. 25.—Wheat suffered a de
cline of l^i for May and 1% for other months
during the severe period of liquidation early,
but recovered later to above yesterday's clos
ing price. The pressure was in a measure re
newed on the bulge, but there was a very
Uu» contingent that oversold on the early
decline that took the offerings on the swell.
The feeling of unrest engendered by yesterday's
slump was responsible for much of the early
selUns. It was disclosed on the decline that
the floating supply had been very well ab
sorbed, and second consideration of the weak
iiesa in the stock market showed that losses
were not remarkable or particularly Import
ant General news of the day was for tnu
most part bearish, but It was given little
thought because of the more immediate pres
sure of offerings from frightened longs and
reckless and aggressive shorts.
Corn suffered with other grains from the
severe early liquidation, but rallied sharply
later. An immense Quantity of long corn In
the aggregate was bought on the slump and
much of it went Into new Investors' hands, as
well as to sMorts. The market appears to have
been very largely stripped of weak holdings
at the present. As in wheat and oats, short
selling was overdone on the slump and the
smaller shorts covered at the close. Larger
grain concerns reported large purchases of
cash corn in the country today and shellers
generally busy.
Oats followed other grains. A large quan
tity of miscellaneous long oats went overboard
on the early weakness. The market then ad
vanced rapidly to a little above yesterday's
close. .
Provisions, as pn yesterday s opening, tlie
operMng today disclosed an avalanche of sell-
Ing orders, executod on wide fluctuations. The
decline saw reckless short selling, quiet ab
sorption of product on a very large scale by
Bhorts and packers on the slump, and later
a very substantial rally.
Market Ranges
WHEAT— Open. High. Low. , Close.
May *l.W* M-lWi ll.Wtt 11.10V4
BeUtember l.ooi, 1.0114 ..99% .96%
September % .97 '.WH -98%
M™ 1!!!" .eCH .67% .56% .67%
July MM -67% , .«S .£[*
September 66 .6714 .6ST» .«7U
M^ TS.t. 47' .m .48% ■«*
July OH .43% MM -43%
September 41 .41% .40% -«V 4
January'T 15.80 2D.07V4 19>7!4 -05
May .1.. 20.45 .20.60 20.25 20.52
July 20.45 20.60 20,25 -1:0.52 .
January 11.50 1175 11.50 11.70
May 11.45 O.BJM U-30 11.60
july 11.50 11.50 11.25 U.mi
January 11.3714 11.3714 11.32' i -11.52%
May 11.07-. «•» n-°° "-17*
July I"..: 11.0714 v.m n.oo U.171i
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
firm; No. 3 rye, [email protected]' / 4o; ted or mixing
barley, 65©87 c; fair to choice malting, 70©
73c; No. 1 southwestern 'flaxaeed, $2; No. 1
northwestern. $2.10; timothy seed, $4.20;
olover. $11.05; mesa pork, per bbl., J2o.:o'a
80.35; lard, per 100 lbs.. |1.70»11.72%;
short ribs, sides, loose, $11.10ell-*oi short
clear sides, boxed, 112013.1*14.
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 107,000 bushels. Primary receipts
wore 649.000 bushels, compared with 427,
--000 the corresponding date last yeaf. The
visible supply of wheat In the United States
Increased 481,000 bushels for the week. The
estimated receipts for tomorrow are: Wheat,
41 cars; corn, 864 cars; oats, 155 cars; hogs,
28,000 head. -
Articles. Receipts. Shpmts.
Flour, bbls 32,700 22,600
Wheat; bu»h '... 31.200 68.600
Corn, busti 483.700 203.800
Oats, bush ..." 198,000 199,700
Ilye. bush 1,000 1.000
Barley, bush 129,000 12,200
AVAILABLE SUPPLIES
, NEW YORK, Jan. 26.—Special cabin and tele
traph communications received by Brailstreet's
■how the following changes In available sup
plies as compared with previous account:
Wheat, United ' States, east of "Rockies, in
creased 49,000 bushels; Canada Increased 448,000
. till belli ■ total •■, United States and Canada In-
/Ob Harriman A
■PMSWfwnf? onn of the grentf-wt^f; nral
Vnpr t'naiiciers the world has ever
jßf^ seen. His wife had his en-
Mr tire confidence. Her reputation as \s
11 a keen business • woman Is not v
M equaled In the world. When she B
MM wanted a bank Investment, out of «l >
if all banks In the United States she \l
II purchased control of the All Night II
U and Day bank of New York. She Ml
W saw its possibilities. It Is a success. MM
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3/w We pay 3 per cent oiT
A. theokinic aoiounts where
fO minimum balance Is not
less than ?:!()().
LOS ANGELES TRUST
AND SAVINGS BANK
I Central Building. Sixth and Mali). A
€ DELANO
The Land of
Early Products
S. F. B. Morse
Development Co.
351 8. MAIN ST.
Buy San Diego Home
Telephone StocK
Nets 10%
Fielding J. Stilson Co.
305 U. W. HUUUX BLDO.
A 2547. Main IPS.
tOANCEB CURED
We cure external cancer in a
few -weeks without fall. Investi
gate our method., We will refer
you to many of our former pa
tients who have been absolutely
cured. (Breast cancers a spe
cialty). MBS. H. J. SMITH,
24414 SOUTH BROADWAY, ROOM 3.
Hours 10 to 4. Phone Main 66:19. Sanl
tarlum. Temple 401.
creased 457,000 bushels. Afloat for and In.
Kurope unchanged. Total American and Eu
ropean supply increased 497,000 bushels.
COTTON AND WOOL
NEW YORK, Jan. 25.—Cotton futures closed
steady, nosing bids: January, 14.21 c; Febru
ary, HUo; March, 14.18 c; April, 14.210; May,
June and July, 14.25 c; August, 13.96 c; Septem
ber, l'J.99c; October, 12.58 c; November, 13.38 c;
December, 12.46 c.
Cotton— Spot closid quiet; middling uplands,
14.35 c; middllns.Kulf, 14.60; no sales.
ST. 1./JUIH, Jan. 2r..—W00l unchanged; medi
um, grades combing and clothlnf, 244('29c; light
fine. UQOTo; heavy line, 12C*2lc; tub washed,
Mono.
TACOMA TO SEE FLYERS
TACOMA, Jan. 25.—The guaranty for
a six-day aviation meet on the grounds
of the Country club at American lake
has been raised. There is a natural
amphitheater adjacent to the prairie,
inclosed and accessible by street rail
way lines, railroads and automobile
roads* The exact date awaits word
from Dick Ferris, promoter of the avia
tion meet at Los Angeles.
TO WAGE WAR ON HOOKWORM
WASHINGTON, Jan. 26.— Headquar
teri 'ir the Rockefeller hookworm coin
rnlMion Imvo been opened in the Union
Trust building In this city. Its work
will be directed from Washington. A
member of the commission will leave
the city tomorrow for a tour of the
southern stateH In connection with the
cami>uigrn against the "lazy worm."

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