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FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
WORLD'S CREDIT
IS TIGHTENING
MARKET'S CONSTRAINT DUE
TO NEW FACTOR
INTERIOR DRAWS ON NEW YORK
FOR CURRENCY
Decision Day in Supreme Court, To.
gether with Reports of Labor
and Crop Difficulties, Have
Repressive Effect
[Associated FMSS]
NEW YORK, March 14.— tight
ening of the world's credit facilities Is
the feature of the present financial sit
uation, and that factor underlies the
constraint on the day's stock market
in New York, although more super
ficial Influences also played ■• part.
That here In New York the banks are
being drawn upon to supply require
ments of the Interior for currency with
the opening of the spring planting
period was shown by the i ash loss in
the Saturday bank statement.
This morning brought fresh offerings
of bonds by bankers who had made
purchases of new Issues from the rail
roads with additional employment of
banking- funds Implied in the <■ opera
tions. Notwithstanding the purchase
of parts of these new bond issues by
foreigners, demands for remittances
abroad are sufficient to have turned
rates of foreign exchange upward
again. Time money rates are rising in
New York and the banks are less eager
bidders for mercantile at recently pre
vailing rates.
A 25 point rise in the price of shares,
the second in size and importance of
the New York national banks, was the
incident of the day from which the ex
pec tat lon of more profitable business
for banks might bo argued.
The recurrence of decision day in
the supreme court was cited as a re
pressive Influence during the morning.
Tlierp was little Improvemi nt in that
i after It be ami li i ■>■■ n I
lon would bo handi d down In the
Americas tobacco case. Apprehension
o; an unfavorable decision had been
neutralized by the strong advance In
American tobai i o se urli
(ni reason given for supporting U.
8. st<vi wns the deduction tomi rrow
of the dividend from the price of
amounting to 1% pi ■ nt, with the
regular and the extra dividend last de
clared. The reported softness of the
i>ik r iron market did noi L\ S.
Steel
Crop damage reports played a part
in th" day's market and labor dif
ficulties claimed their share of atten
tion by reason of 11 i- ■ critical stage of
the negotiations between the western
railroads and the. firemen and en
gineers.
Honda were Irregular; total sales, par
value, $2,837,000. I. S. 2's and 4's regis
tered declined 1-S per cent on call.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Special service to The HeraM by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street. Los Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock and md exchange of Siu
Francisco.
NEW YORK. March 14.—Following were the
Quotations today:
Bales. Stock. HlgL. holt. Bid. Ask.
100 Allls-Chalmers ... 1:4 124 11 IZU
do preferred .. 42 45* 4
80,000 Amalcr Copper ... 7S"» 7R14 7'J4 79.i
800 Amer Beet Sugar. 40V, 3D';* 35 3i 40
do preferred .. I's 1-7
200 Amer Can Co .... 11"; 11s; m; 12
100 do preferred "H4 7S's 73 7K'«
800 Am Car and Fdy.. 65:! t 64-! t lij 65'.j
do preferred . l'Ki HSU
!■■ ■> Aim r Cotton OH .. 03 654 iWi 6S\
do preferred .. 1"3 107
Amer EM .. i;ss 2i'3
700 Am Ice Securities. 26% K'i Sii'l 27
100 Ami r Linseed ....154 1514 15 lii
JOO do preferred 39Vi SOVi 39V1 4O' a
1,100 Amer Locomotive.. E3 W Ui &2>.i
do preferred 113 114
8,800 Am Smlt and Mr, SiTVi 86% 80% 87
rto preferred l"Sli 109
106 Am«r Bug ir ... IM«J 124% 121 li' 3
do preferred .... .. 12:2 12-i'i
Am, r .-:■ i I Fdrs.. .. .. 60 JJI
fO Am Tel and Te1..141% 141»» 141' i )41',j
(iWAmw Tob pfd Mi- t !134 984 100
t2,E»O do preferred . 3!l'i US 3* 3S?i
(X» do prfferred ;...103% 1034 lo:l'i 10»
2,000 Amloinla . W', 4'J'i 4!>4 «*i
I'jO Atlantic C Line ..1324 1324 1324 l:U'a
10,700 A I & Santa Fe...117'i ]lij*i 11li' a HH"i
500 do preferred l');r* V*\\ 103* i l'l'JK
too Bu!t & Ohio 1134 I-!* US* IW'i
, do ijrefeired .. 'jl'j !I2'j
P 1,300 13 R 1 771; 76« i 76% 7'i".
1,200 Canadian Pacific..l 734 179 17:>4 17'.i3i
14/JOOC-& O SS Sj'j S7 S7',i
C .-. A 574 SO
feo.i C &a W n.w.... si's .w* 304 31
l.luO do preferrod li% Bs sS'j 6SIJ
C & •. YV . 157 13714
m 2,100 CM&•St I' MT'i 14^'i Hii'i 14'JT>
200 do preferred liil 181 1.l 10.1
1,400 Central l^eath'T .. 4a? B i:l 1.1 43.i
„ do preferred .. lo7'i K'S
Cent of N J ISO 3"0
600 CC C & fit L 00 S'-iaj 834 90
do preferred 101 110
100 Colorado P and 1.. 41'» 414 41 4'i
do preferrod lit} 11!)
200 Columbus II C& I lS'.i IS 15 16
fa Colorado Suuthern . . •;} 63
110 ls-t preferred SI S3
do 2d |ireferr«l ... 71) 81
1,000 Consolidated flaa ..143 147', 147 li'.'t
400 Corn Products .... lv 19 ISH l'j
M do preferred .. S3 S5
1«1 Pc! & Hudion ....171i',4 ITS'.J 17ti 177! a
KiO ,i I. & W 610 610 WO 6.",'>
300 1) & 11 i; *m il 41 fi\i
do preferred .. So M1 ,^
Diamond Match .. .. .. 98' aP9
100 nistll Securities .. Sa^i 33' i? 1 31
Duluth S S & A ... 1". I.',';
do preferred . . :>'i 29^
8,000 Erie ... ... 81'; 31»i
3uO do Ist preferred. C''Ti &>rl 4 i'<: ± 51
do L'J preferred :;> 40
UiO den Electric 155 155 155 l"-7
Gt Northern Ore .. 70 70Va
■ no dv preferred 12S 1; 13TTi 137% l;;s
Illinois Central „ •.. 142 143
2,:M<> iDterboro-Metro .. 23 22>; "Vi ':2 V,
goo do preferred GT^l l<"i tX\ D7',i
....... Internat l'aper .. l'.'i II
do preferred Mfc MVi
400 Internat Pum[ 47Vi 46 47! ifi ■
do preferred ,S7 t,S
300 Io»a Central 21' i 23H S3Ti r«
400 do preferred , 45-' i 4:,< 2 44H 45.3
800 X C Southern .... 3S?b 3SV; 3S'4 'ii%
do preferred .... .. 119 CUVii
1., i; & West 23 23
do preferred r.O'i i; 3
UXI I. i X iMtf ID3V4 15S 1C3'.4
Mackay su'l !«)',;
do preferred ... 7C'.-j 77
Manhattan 137 13!)
Mertopol St Jiy 15 :'»'{,
Mexican Central ''■■• 2*< t
Minn & St L 42 434
do preferred •• 70 75
300 M St P & S S3 M..143»; 143"j 1431 i 141 Vi
(Jo preferred .. IT.I . 16614
700 M Iv Hi Texai a%, 43 43^» 43"i
do preferred 72 73
3<lo Missouri Pacific... 7014 70« i 704 71
400 National Lead .... W,i Si 834 84>,i
. ,. fc do preferred .. 105 110
. .. National Biscuit 1064 112%
.. do preferred ■- 123 124
V/ 0 N V Air Brake.... 524 824 83 8.1
6,700 .V V Central 12C5J 1K»; 126% 125T-4
100 N T C & St I-.... 61 111 504 «3
do Ist preferred WO US
.'.'..... do id preferred 87 90
CARLOAD SHIPMENTS
OF CITRUS FRUITS
4 Shipment* of orange* and lemons <jfc
<j> from Los Angeles Friday. March 11, «
<£ were 111 l carlomls of orange* and it <T
<J> nirloncN ofleinon*. Tola! to date there «
4 were shipped 8874 carloads, of wnlcn vj>
<£ 1388 were lemons. Last Ksaaa to date <••
<fe there were shipped 11.718 carloads, of «
<$> which law were lemons. «•
. • • $&&&bs4>*>
♦V) NTN H A Hart.l 62 161% 162^ l«-"i
*i S v .mi 4 W... 4514 454 454 45%
9.MW Norfolk A West ..104*. l«Ml IMV« 104%
do preferred ■ ■ 89 1 i M
200 North American .. 80% *> 73% M
709 Northern Pacine ..13714 13614 1W» 136-%
Omaha li* "'
- preferred lfio 170
.. Pacific Coast '■''■< 115
Pacitlc Mail 32 33
ll.rm lvnn.i It RCo 137% 137 137H 137%
500 rcoliles (las UIH 110H n<v, 111H
l>ltt»bura Coal 21U 22
do preferred ■ ■ "4 76
' "(too p c c * st l 101*4 101% 101% 102
d i preferred 114 US
Pr-ssed Steel Car 4«'i 4514
do preferred .. Ml 104
2iK> I!y Steel BpBS Co.. 44H **'* 43H 41' i
do preferred .... .. 101 101
5" noo Heading ISOH lfiS'i MM* 168%
300 do Ist preferred. 9Hi Sl'« S^'.i Sl\
2"n do 2d preferred..los .104 106
700 Republic S & 1.... 40% 40 40>,i 40%
. do preferred 103 104
e.ii'X) Rock Island Co ...'on'i 4'JT4 5.) r."'«
l.fi'-O do preferred 91*4 91 '■" 91^
31XI Floss Shef S & 1.. 79 73 79 79V4
10 preferred 120 123
St L A SF let pfd .. .. 70 71
300 do 2d preferred.. 56>4 -„■, 56Vi 58
g| L & 8 W 2914 29' i
. do preferred 73V4 71',
83,800 Southern Pacific ..130% 12»% 130 1301,4
300 .Southern Railway. 2fl' t 29 2S»i 29
100 do preferred 684 6SVi «7 67»i
Tennessee Copper .. .. ■' 34%
7f»i TfXiis Pacific ... . 81 "'!'« 3>1% ■ 31'»
700 Third An 7 6'j 6", 7',
201 Toledo st 1. /i W. 4",» 45% 41 , 45»4
400 do preferred 68>j «S'« t»>i 68V*
lUO •win City i: T...114", 114' 4 114 114',
Union B and I 1 !"i 11
(1 ,, preferred 70 73
'50,7110 Union Pacific ....I9OH IS9 Ufl 159%
600 do preferred !>9'.» 99 ;''' 99*
100 United B It of 8 1" 37 37 »« SS
do preferred M 8714
U S Cast Irn Pipe .. ■■ ■ -7
.. . do preferred ■ ■ 754 79
1,000 V 8 Rubber 47 «4 4.; 4«',i
200 do Ist preferred. 115% 115% H->4 110
do 2d preferred.. .. 10 81
127.»H> t: s Steel Cor 89 t»\L &<<l »>%
300 do preferred 1224 12-' 121% 122
2,4W Utah Copper 51 r.o'4 60^» ■'"''»
£,:,M \'a-C:ir Chcm Co.. M' 4 57% 57% f,S
1(10 do preferred 127% 127% 130 126
BOOWabash 12 s, 22% 22' i 22<i
8.300 do pr-frrred si)Va 49% ■■' t •(:'%
Wells-KarKo Ex l«l IS)
700 Western I'nlon' ... 764 75 70 76>i
Westlnghouse ■• 72 71
WALK Ms 0%
do Ist preferred 1" ll'i
do M preferred.. .. •• 5% 6
Wisconsin Central .. .■ 54 Ds'i
Am IIHe and Lea .. ... 7>; 7' a
1,300 do preferred .... 41V4 40% 41 4Ht
Am Art „i I Chem .. .. 4iitj 47
do preferred 10sH 105
Beth mi el .. '•"" 30%
do preferred M 62> ?
Nat Ensmtl and I .. ■■ -' 234
.. .. do preferred ■"' '■'•'
100 Pac Tel end Tel... SSH 3'j% SO4 414
do preferred. Mli 1"14
KB <■ s Realty 7814 78% 77 79
6,!>00 West Mar>land ..634 51% 61% 52
Total sales, 446,500 shares.
NEW YORK BONDS
Special servleo to The Herald by J. C. Wil
■on, 112 Writ Fifth itraet, Los Angeles, Mem
ber New York stock cxi hang*. Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of Ban
Francisco.
NEW YORK, March 14.—Following were the
closing quotations: Bid. Afrked.
Atchison Ken 4a 100% 100%
Atehlson cony 4n 117>» l'1*
Haliim & Ohio Ist 4a »n% 99',
B l( T I' 84,14 544
Colorado Industrial fa 78 v-
II s Realty f,s M
liotk Island col 4s 52% S3
Southern Pacillo ret 4s !>:,u 9.'i%
Southern Pacific col 4s 9:'% 93' i
southern pacific cony 4s 1O3!4 H'3'a
Union Pacitlc. Ist 4s 10114 101! i
Union Pacific cony 4s 1104 111
IT a Steel is l"".1* 1*614
United Railway 4s 704 7:
Wabash deb i- 7814 7:)4
Wultrn PaciHc Ks 97 9714
L) & R O ref t.s 934 94
lapanese 4s 8114 92%
rapanan Ist 4' 2 s '.'".", '■'■'•
rapanese 2i 44s !'54 95%
L' s 3e regd 100% 10114
U S 2s coupon 100*4
i: B s- regd 10114 1W
U S 3s coupon 1024 108
V S Ii rend 114% 111 i
IT B 4- . upon 114% 11514
Panama 2s 10014 1"1
Panama 193Ss 10014 i'Ji
TREASURY STATEMENT
WASHINGTON, March 14. —The condition
of the treasury at the beginning of business
today was as follows: Trust funds —("Sold
coin, »854,916,890] finer dollars, 1457.8U.
--000; silver dollars of IS9O, J3.'*20,(i00; silver
certificates outstanding. J4S7.M 6.000. 11 n
eral fund—fetAndard silver" dollar?, $3,973.
--591; current ■• 11 ties, J10fi.25u.054; work-
Ing balance in treasury offices, 120,912,954;
In bankK to credit of treasurer, 135,495,700;
subsidiary silver coin. 521.405.445; minor
coin. $1,211,912; balance In general fund,
JSI,2S6,3<S.
♦ *
FRUIT MARKET
SAN' FRANCISCO, March 14.- Fancy ap
ples, 75ci£$l; common, StfytSSc; navel or
anges, |[email protected]; Mexican limes, gQS.SQ;
common California lemnn^, 1191. !&! pood
to choice. 11.5002; fancy. tl.luft 3; bananas
75ciiJ3; pineapples, *2C" -.60.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
NEW Yi'JRK, March 14—Evaporated ap
ples, steady; spot fancy, lOVifellc; choice,
£»'(i ;tHo; prime, S*i<nl xnc; common to fair,
G'-iO^-c. l Jruncs, steady; California, up to
30-40 C, JHO'Vid Oregonf, SiiSc. Apricots
stoa'ly; choice, JO^'iitlc; extra choice, 11',
(ii 12c; • fancy, i:<y 12'jc. Peschei, easy;
cholco, 6'ij.i6?ic; extra choice, 6'« ■I 7 '-'■.
fancy, 7'i(&7'%c. Ral»lnn, stead lou»..
muscatel, [email protected]%c; choico to fancy Beed
eil CQ6%Oi seedless, [email protected]%c; London
layers. 11.U01.15. ;
NEW YORK COTTON
Special service to The Herald by ,i C. Wll>
Eon, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles.
NEW YORK, March 14.—Saturday's Htrrnsth
continued in today's cotton market The
opening prices w*re at a. alight advance, and
ihuse proved practically thu lowest of the .lay.
May atul July showed good strength and were
In excellent demand, although it was noticed
that October was more In demand than for
»m« time. P[mt market! were firm. The fur
ther approach of the spring seajion makes more
obvloua tlio very bullish position occupied by
the Sliiy and July months, both peculatlvi ly
and From a. milling standpoint.
Prices range! as follows; , —Close —
Open. High. Low. Hid. Ask.
January 1J.47 1:.57 12.47 IS. 61 12.110
March 14.09 15 03 14. 99 13.01 15.02
April . .... 14. B3 14.95
May 14.03 15.01 14.92 14.98 14.90
.lime 14.75 14.77
July 14.05 14. 14.64 14.74 11.75
August 11.11 14.23 U.JO 14.20 14.31
September 1.!.! M 13.2:1 1:1.13 13.30 13.31
October 12 (jl! 12.5« 12.66 12. U 12.87
November . is „; 12.66
December 12,4S 12.'J3 13.48 I.' '„' II 69
Spot cotton, 15.20 c; quiet, 10 points higher.
t\,.\v Orleans .-;■ cotton quiet, %c higher
at 14 13-IG. Salra, wo bales.
LONDON WOOL
LONDON, March H.-A large and varied
selection amounting to 11.544 balei was of
fered at the wool auction sale** today, com
petltion was animated ami prices linn. es
pecially for merino which ... sellers'
favor. Light, greasy i rogs- breda ware In
spirited demand for America and the home
trade. Now Zealnruls brought la 4Vad.
Americans purchased cross breeds freely.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING; MARCH 15, 1010.
FINANCIAL
I.OS ANGELES, March 14.-Bank clearings
were $2,959,563.03, an Increase of $770,202.48 as
compared with the amount for the correspond
ing date of last year. Following; Is a com
parative statement.
3319. 1909. IK*
March 14....tt,559,563.03 J2.15!>,360.5fi $1,6!>5,202.46
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Morning Sales
11,000 Cml Midway 59; MOO do UK! 36,500 do
6il; 5000 do 604; 100 Central 1.00; Wuu Cleveland
B. 30, 46; 1500 do 46; 1000 do, B. 30, 47; 30<K>
Jade Oil Co 434; 800 do 47; WOO do B. 30, 49;
SOOO do 454; 1000 do 46; 1000 do, B. 30, 4;: 20
Meat P Ltd com 27.10; 10 do 27.574; 10 do 28.00;
ii" do K.I2H; 1000 New Perm. S. 2, Mi 1000
Oleum 124; 3000 do It! IE do lift-
Off board—lo American Pet Co 11800 bond
*<•»; 1000 Now Pa Pet Co, B. 4. Si; 1000 Centriil
Oil 2.00; .'.'. Union 103.50; 1000 Oleum nev Co,
i). 50, 114.
Afternoon Sales
10 Associated Oil Co 47.00; 8000 Cal Midway
60; Soi>) do, B. 30, 61; 1000 do MH; MOO do 61;
1000 Jade Oil Co. B. 30, 47; 1000 do 46; 1000
Coaling* Crude 2S; MNO do 19; I* Mexican V
Ltd com 28.124; 34.000 Oleum D«v Co 11; 11.'**>
do, 1). 30, ll'i; 14.000 do 10; 14.000 do 144; 2000
do »',; 1900 olin.Ja Land (Oil) 50; 1000 do, B.
30. .r.2.
Off board-3100 Palmer 1.30; 1000 Jade 46.
Bonds
Bid. Ask.
American Petroleum Co M 4 M
Associated Oil Co !«6 »7
Corona City Water Co 91 «•
Corona Power & W\ Co 95
Cucamonga WaterCo !»♦> ..
Edison Elec Co Ist 11 09 ': ..
Ed Elec Co oIJ Issue 103 10S
Home Telephone &5 83
Home Tel Co Lit rfdg 75 76
L A Pac Ist con mtgs 101
1. A. Railway Co 110
Mexican National Gas Co 100
Mission Trans and 11 Co 100
Pa.- Elec Ry Co lOS'i
Pac Light an! Power CO 97>4
Pasadena Home. T & T Co SO
Riverside H T an.l T Co 73
Santa Monica II T an.l T Co M
San Dtogo H T and T Ist mtg 70 7S
Seaside Water Co 100
Temesesl Water Co 99 ...
United Klec o and P Co 104
Union Transportation Co II 924
V S Long Dist T an.l T Co 77
Vi.-iilia Water Co 100
Whlttler Home t and T C 0.... 70 7S
Banks
Bid. Ask. -
All Night * Day Bank 113.00 140.00
Broadway Bank and Trust 130.C0
California Savings Bank 118."0 125.00
Central National Bank 190.00
Citizens National 230.00
Commercial National 145.00
Equitable Savings Bank MS.OB
Farmers and MM National 270.00
Federal Bank Of L A 12.00
First National (01.00 612.50
German American Savings ....S-'S.OO 340.00
Globe Savings Bank 120.00
Homo Savings Bank of L. A. ...115.00
Merchants National 475.00
Merchant!" Bank ami Tr C0....1M.00 193.00
National Bank of Cal 180.00
Security Saving! Hank 300.00
The Southern Trust Co 1800
(50 pel cent paid up)
U National flank IM '"0
Industrial and Public Utilities
Bid. Ask.
Cal Portland Ci meat Co 100.00
1 llei n Electric j.fd SO.Ou
Edison Electric com 64.01) 65.50
Hawaiian Com and Sugar 11.00 40.00
Home Telephone pfd 54.124
Home Tel. phone cum 1.00 I 60
llutchlnsnn ■ t Co 17.00 IS.
L a Athletic club 10.00
L. A. Brewing Co 90.00
Mexican National Qas pfd 60.00 75.00
Mexican National Gas com M.Ot
Paauhau S P Co 29.00 M.50
Pao Mut Life Ins Co ISO.OO
I'ac Con Stone Co of Cal 3 25
Pasadena Home T and T Co ao.M)
Rivenld* 11. ma T an.l T Co 30.00
Kan Diego Home T and T Co.. 22.50 25.M
Santa Monica B 11 T pfd 32.00
Seaside Water Co 100. 00
Title (J and Tr Co pM 290.00
i; 8 L D T and T Co pfd 40.00 42.00
Union Security Corp pfd 100.00
I'nlon Trust Co 42.00
Whittter Home t and T C 0.... M.OO 70.00
Oil Stocks
PRODUCERS- Bid. Ask.
American Crude Oil Co 99
American Pet Co pfd M.O 96.50
American Pet Co com 14.00 75.60
Associated 1 ill 46.75 47.00
Brookshtre oil 05 1.30
Central 1.00 I i
Cleveland Oil Co 44 .46
Coluumbia 1.25 1.99
Continental Oil 35 .55
1:1,.. Oil Co 1.274
Euclid Oil Co SO .75
Fullerton oil 3 ... 3.75
Globe 17 .19
Jade Oil Co 454 ,47
Mexican Petroleum .01
Mexican Pet Ltd prt >'~ '" 6K.50
Mexican Pet I.M com II 114 28.25
New Penna Pet Co M 1.05
Ollnda Land Co (Oil) 60 .53
Palmer Oil Co 1.21 1.3.1
Perseus I'll Co 31 .35
Plnal Oil Co '. 13.00
Plru OH and L Co 17
Heed Crude 32' i
rtleo Ram Oil Co 86 .do
Trader's Oil Co 124.00 ......
Union 101.18 104.n0
Union Provident Co 101.50 102.50
United Petroleum 101.50 104.00
WeEt Coast Oil Com 9.00
Western Union 175.00
Yellowstone OH Co .40
NON-PRODUCERR
aII rnla Midway Oil Co to%
Coallnga Crude OH Co 2S»i
Oleum Development Ci l"; s .11
DAILY MINING CALL
Morning sales-1100 Johnnie M and M 1«',;
BouO C'nna Mines, B. CO, 6.00 per M.
LISTED STOCKS
CALIFORNIA— Bid. Asked.
Cul 11 Ila M Co 04
NEVADA—
Johnnlo Mm and Milling Co ltl'4
Searchlight Parallel .01%
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
BAN FRANCISCO, March 14.—Flour,
family and bakers extras, CO',/ 7; Oregon
and Washington, $6; shipping wheat, $1.82 Vi
»)1.87'j; feed barley, |1 40© 1.42 brew
log, 11.46: chevalier, $1.60^1 l.eS . red oats,
11.634J1.55; white, Il.tSOl.TOi black, $1.50
©3.80; middlings, $33<i ( 36; mixed feed, 131
(.(, 33; rolled barley, $30*31; oatmeal, $4.40
"i 4.60: oat groats. 11 80; rolled oats, *:'.<'(.
35; wheat hay, 114 10; wheat and oat, $12
is 16; wild oat, $9?f12: tame oat, II i 60 i
!5; alfalfa, $:i'-il-'; straw, 50iii'75c; pink
beam, M"5©4.90; lima. $3.95'n4.40; small
white, $4.50t'5.55; large white, $3.50'«14;
Early Hose potatoes. $1.355i1.40: Oregon
JJurbank". |1S»1.SO; Salinas Burbanka, $1.35
(a 1.50; Merced sweets, $2.10{(f 3 35; fane ■
California onions, $1,6001.65) green peas.
4-', 7c; green peppers. 25 33c; asparagus, 11
ii(>l2c; rhubarb, 0(U 6'•; garlic, SO.6C! hot-
his, cucumbers, |1.!5$ 60; Mexican to
matoes, $2.5003; mushrooms. 50cGi $1.50,
live turkeys, 121 c; old roosters, $."ij"-'i
6.50; young, 18011; small broilers, I4fesi
largo. 13(S>4; fryers, I70S; hens, »5.50©12;
old ducks, 1697; young, 17*410; geese, US
2.60; young pigeons, IIQI.IB,
Receipts—Flour, HDtl; wheat, 1200; bar
ley, 41110; beans, 33; potatoes, 2910; onions,
640; middlings, 60; hay, 1U75; hops, 15;
hides, 460; wine, 27,500.
COFFEE AND SUGAR
NEW YORK. March It.— Coffee closed
quiet, net unchanged to 5 points lower.
Sales reported or 10,760 baa*. Cloning .r.i"
tations: March, 6.55 c; April, I 90c; May,
6.9f>0; June, 7c: July, Auvuat, September,
October. November, 7.10 c; December, Janu
ary and February, 7.15 c. Spot. quiet; No.
7 Rio, » 11-16®8\c; No. 4 Santos, 9 l-4o;
mild, quiet; Cordova, 9HOU l-4c. ,
Sugar—Haw. linn; Muscovado, S9 test.
S.S6c; centrifugal. 96 test, ■).:»><■: molasses
sugar, 89 test, 3.610; refined, steady; crush
ed S.OCSS granulated, 6.25 c; powdered,
t.15c..
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
eon, 212 West Fifth street. L«s Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange. Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, March 14.- Following
were the closing quotations:
MISCELLANEOUS BANDS— Bid. Asked.
Associated oh Co 6* I* 1*
Hay Counties Power Co 55.., 101
Cal Central Una and Klec 6s 104
Cal Gas and Klec Ren M & C T 69.100 100 Vi
California St Cable Co 6s 103%
California Win* Assn Ds 874 91
City Electrio Co 6s 90%
Contra Costs Water Co Is 101H
do gen mtg Bs 93 95
Edison Light and rower 6s 1074 ..
First Federal Trust Co 5s 1014
Ferries and Cliff House Ry 6.« 100
Hawaiian Coml "and S 6s 107
Honolulu R T and 1. Co Us 108
L«ke Tahoe Ry and T Co 6» 99 100
Los Angeles F.leo Co Ei 101%
Lot Angeles Gas and El Cols ion, 10S
Los Angeles Railway r.s no
Los Angeles Lighting gd 5.1 103
i, A Pag ii r. Ist eon mtg 6s 101
i, A Pac R X M Cal Es 99% i'M"<
Market Street Cable I* lUSVt
do Ry Ist cons mtg in 102
M V and Mt Tamalpais B Ry 6s 101
Northern Ry Co of Cal ;.s 110% 116%
Northern Cat Power Co it 1014
Northern Klectrlc Co Bs 924
Oakland (las Ugh I and II 63 101
Oakland Transit Co tis 1074
Oakland Transit Bs '"■"' 108
Oakland Transit con 5s 104'J
Oakland Traction con r.s 994 100
Oakland Traction Co r>s 92'j 93
Oakland Water Co ct I 6s M ..
Omnibus Cable Railway 6s 109 ... .
Pacific nas Imp 4s M ••
Pacific Light and Power Co 8s .... N ..
Pac Light and Powor t;t.l 6s 101V4 ..
Pacific Tel and Tel Co 6s 100 .. ;
Park and Cliff House Ry 63 99 ..'
Park and ii. • an it II 6s 100
People's Water Co 5s 69' i 694
Powell Street Railway '«» 99
Sacramento Klec Gas and Ry Is —103 I'VJ4
S V Oak and 8 .r Ry 5s 106' i
.1 i M mtg is 55 M
1 r Oak and B P Con Ry 6s 954
Sierra Ry of Cal 6* i.i 1074
sPn n o Cal 6s 1913 106%.. 105%
do Ist C gtd X B* 1154
s P Branch Ry of Cal 6s 12S 12sl"j
Brßit Co Ist if.in 4s 98 964
Stockton Gas an.i El Corp 6s 105
S V Water Co gen mtg 4s 924 MM
United Gas and Elee Co Bs M
United R I! of S F 4s 73 73' i
Vallejo B and Naps V H it 65 75
Valley Counties Porwer Co 6s 102V4 1M
WATER STOCKS—
Marln county 60
Spring Valley Water Co 49% 50
UAH AND ELECTRIC STOCKS—
city Eleotrlo Co M
N Cal Power Co con 53
Pacific Lighting Corp I'M 74% •• -
do common M ..
INSURANCE STOCKS—
California Insurance Co '■'-
Fireman's Fund 270 M
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS—
California 125
Presidio iS\i
POWDER STOCKS-
Slant Consolidated Co 78 79
SUGAR STOCKS—
Hawaiian Coml and Sugar Co .... 41 41%
Henokaa Sugar Co -'i 23
Hutchlnson Sugar rinntatlon 18% 11
Kllauea Sugar Planatlon c 18
Makawell Sugar Co M M
OncAnea Sugar Co MVi 6<
Paauhau B P Co 2SH .. i
Union Sugar Co «9%
OIL STOCKS—
Associated Oil Co 474 474
Sterling Oil and De» Co 3 3%
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS-
Alaska Packers' Association Sr>^ $9%
cai Fruit dinner* 1 Assn 1014
c.ii win., Association 30 33
M V mil Ml Tamalpala 8 Ry l"0
Pac Auxiliary Fire. Alarm 4 .'.
Pacific Coast Borax Co 154
Pac Til and Tel pd 95 6*4
do common 3J% 4"'
Morning sales—MOO Northern Power Con 5s
116',; 1000 Valley Co Bs 10114; :"' ' Ass'd OH
5s 964; 4000 Spring Valley Water 4s Ul4; :l"""
Cal Oas and I Is 100; »100 la»- Elec Is 1054;
9000 So p. 1 rfg 4s MH; 1000 Pac L and P gtd
5s 102; MOO Oakland Tract Co 5s 92%; 1000 Sac
ramento Klec Bs 10,T,i; 5 Giant 78; 7.1 Hutchln
son lS"i; 20 Union Bug 70.
Afternoon sales—SOiio Northern Cal P Co 5s
97; 1000 Oak Tract Con .'.s 1044; 1000 Oak Traß
I.- 107%; 8000 Oakland Traction Co Bs W»4; 100»
Valley Co fa 103; 1000 Pao Elec 6s 1054; 5000
United Ry 4s 73; 1000 da 734; 30 Alaska SD!i;
(>:> Assd OH 74' 4 : 10 Bank of Cal 4124; 30
Paauhau 25%; 7. Spring V w 494-
CHICAGO GRAIN
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wll
suti. member Chicago board of trade. New
York stock exchange anj rfan Francisco bond
ana stock exchange, HI Wejt Flftli mreet.
Los Angeles.
CHICAQO, ItsreJi 14.—Wheat oyned stroni
and hlgluT and haa held at advanoed ground
very well. Much of tile aitlvlty tOdaj was
crowded into early part of the sssslan. Tn*
mark»t was sompaimtlvaly dull, althouxh quite
IS. There has been further Important
buying of September from the same
thai has contributed most of support in the
n ent past week. Trad* was affected mater
ially by dry w*»ther talk in the soul
■..]. would t. greatly benefited l'y
rainfall. Continued .iamage reports from th*
Bame countli ifore. The ten. ral imb-
Ho is n..t taking niui li Interast in th>. market.
; - i .:.. \>!, . ..». rsell have
been frequently forced to oover today. B..me
at th* September lungs have nol.l a part of
their boldlngi on ths iwelli today. Th* weath.
ntlnuss dry southwast an.l probably the
first Interruption we will get to the advancing
tendency will be a change in the weather con
ditions.
Corn has shown strength all day. There has
at no time been any Important Belling prea-
Mire. Buying has been of a general sort, and
In the absence of offerings quite effective In
advancing prices. Fine weather generally has
started spring operations on the farm an.l will
probably result In small marketings hereafter
until close of leading season.
Oats have been helped materially by strength
of corn. Buying has been made both to cover
shorts and new Investment. Offerings mainly
inadequate and values advanced.
Provisions attain made new high records,
despite some further realizing by larger and
smaller longs. The latter have been replaced
by new outside Investors, the run of hogs be
ing too small to be a burden on the market
or encourage any short sailing,
Market Ranges
WHEAT— Open, Wish. Low, Close.
May 11.14 11.14H $1.13% Jl.lUi
July 1.07 M, 1.08*4 1 ■■, 'i I.M
September 1.04* 1.0;.'. a 1.04H 1.05 Vi
CORN—
May 64"i .65H •«* -«54
July ''-'•'a ,*J .66*. .«%
September t7',i .6"Vi .66»i ■'"'•*
OATS—
May i"'4 ,4fM •«'* .0%
July MV» .43» .43 .43%
September 40H •<"■>« .40? i .40%
PORK
May 25.50 26.15 25.87V4 11.
July t>.W 28.03 25.50 26.03 '
Septemher M.M U.TI 25.60 J5.75
LARD—
M. 14.07^4 14.22V a 14.07 1; 11.22' i
July 14.00 14.c^'j IS.M H.07!1i
September 14.DU 14.0714 13. 14.07^
HI US-
May 13.60 IJ.6JV4 13.50 13.4214
July 13.40 13. M 13.37' i 13.W
SPl>tembor 13.40 13.43 13.30 13.43
Cash quotations were us follows: Flour,
firmer; No. 2 rye. 78H®7*V4«i teed or mlx
ln» barley. 60rtf)62c; fair to choice maltlnK.
65^71c; No. 1 southwestern flaxstied. $2.13;
No. i northwestern, $2.23; clover, $11.75;
mess pork, per bbl., $20.25*}'26-50; lard, par
100 lbs. $14.25; short clear sides, boxed,
»13.tTH« ! I
Total clearances of wheat and flour wore,
equal to 104,000 bushels. Primary receipts
were 1,114.000 bushels, compared with 633.
--000 bushels the sam« date last year. The
■ ,ii, supply of wheat In the United States
Increased 634,000 bushels for the week. The
amount of breadstuff* on ocean passage In
creased 3,592.000 bushels. Estimated re
ceipts for tomorrow: Wheat. 57 cars; corn,
440 cars; oats, 334 cars; boss, 16,000 head.
Movement of produce today:
Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barre|» SS.MW 15,500
Wheat, bushels 93,600 87,300
Corn bushels 366,600 IW.IM
Oata, bushels 322,200 108,(KM
Rye. bushels ','""'
Barley, bushels 143,500 K.S{O
WOOL
ST. LOUIS, March 14.—W001. >inchanß«d;
medium grades combing and clothing, 23®
28c; light nne, 20«*26c; heavy line, 14©19 c;
tub washed, 20 if 360
POTATO SITUATION
BAD FOR DEALERS
GREATER WEAKNESS IN THE
SPUD MARKET
Local Ranch Eggs in Good Supply.
Butter Is Steady—Berries
Cheaper, and Fish
Plentiful
Increased receipts of Irish potatoes Mon
day gave a decidedly weak tone In the
spud market and the potato handlers rustled
to do even a small amount of business. The
market was strong for sweets.
Egg receipts were 659 cases. Slightly
above the amount required for dally con
sumption, but there was no change In quo
tations. With wholesale prices here ranging'
from 24e to 26c ii iloccii, Quotations In San
Francisco were 21c, ami th« market steady.
Butter receipts were 17,630 pounds. .No
change, market steady.
strawberries with greater supply dally are
selling at 200 -'.■"' a box.
Alligator pears from Hawaii sell at $3.50
•a 4 a dozen.
Business fair In all commodities through
out the market.
All kinds of fish In good supply.
Receipts of produce: Eggs, $•• cases; but
ter. 17,620 pounds; cheese, 3310 pounds; po
tatoes, 5057 sacks; beans, 834 sacks.
Produce Prices
Following are the Pally Market Reporter
»nd exchange board wholesale quotations:
EGOS —Local ranch candled, extra so
lected, 2(c; local ranch, candled. 240; local
ranch, case count, buying price, 22c.
BUTTEK — California creamery, extras, 2
-11. roll, 62V4c; do firsts, 2-lb. roll. «0c;
eastern creamery, extras, 60c; cooking
tie; ladle, 110.
CHEESE —Northern, fresh, 20c; large An
chor !lo; Young America, Anchor. 21o;
hand. Anchor. Uo; Oregon Daisy, 21c; east
ern singles. l(O>0c; eastern Twins, 200210;
eastern Daisies, 21c; eastern Long Horn,
•lo; eastern chedders, [email protected]; imported
Swiss SOAllo; Jack cheese, lie; domestic
Swiss, 23c; cream brick, 20c; Umburger, 20
©21c; Roquefort, Il04»oi Edam, MO»1
Canadian cream, box, fl. ,
BEANS— No. 1 pinks. [email protected]; No. 1
llmas. $4.75: No. 1 Lady Washington. $4.50;
No. I small whites. $5.40<5'5.60; No. 1 black
eyes, $4.50©4.75; No. 1 bayous. $6.oO; No.
I Garvanzas, $4.50; No. 1 lentils, California.
POTATOES— cwt. $1.01.85; Lom
poc, f1.6»01.75; WaUonvllle. $1.4001.M; Oregon
Burbanka, $1.50<3L60; Oregon Early Rom. $2;
Oregon White Rose. $i.7Mrl.»n: Salinas. $1.66-3
1.75; White Rose, $!; yellow sweets, Mi white
sweets. $tno<: red sweets. |!.S.
ONlONS—Northern Australian brown,
cwt. »1 1.86; Nevadai. $2.25; Oregon,
$2.25; garlic, lh. [email protected]
FRESH FRUlTS—Apples— Bellefleurs, 4
tler. »143«1.60; 4'i-tler, $1.30'k 1.35; Hi
tler $1.75; fall l'lppins. $150; 44-tier,
$1.15: Greenings, $1.60; 4',,-t!er, $1.33; 4
tler Hoovers, $1.80; Colorado Jonathan,
$• 65fii3; White Winter rearmalns, 4-tler,
$l.»0»l.T8: 4'-tl«-r. $t.tlol.lli red Tear
malns. 4-tler. $1.50; 4\i-tler, $1.30; Smith's
elder. 4-tler. $1.60; 4V4-tler. $1.25: Hen Da
vis Colorado. t1.5591.15; Newton l'lppins,
4-tler $150; Missouri rippln*. Col. $1.75;
4H-tler Cut. $1.11: 4-tler Cal. fI.RO; Lang
ford's, 4-tler. $1.6*1 4%-tler. »1.-'..; Rome
Beauties. ll.lDOllli ■pltianbarti, 4-tier,
$1.85; Oanos. $1.75®2; Wlnesaps. Col. $J. 30;
4-tler Cal. $175: 4',-j-tler Cal. $155.
BERRIES —Strawberries, fancy, basket.
lie I 60; choice, basket, Be.
CITRUS Seedless grapefruit, 11.754J1;
seedlings. in; fancy lemons, f3.so<j'S.2S;
eholce. I1.60O1.T6; fanvy navel oranges
lI.T6OMS; tangerine oranges, >„-box, $1.50
«,i;; ; Valencia oranges, fancy, f5.50»3;
limes. 20-lb. box. 11.11. -•
TROPICAL FRl'lTS— Bananas, 1b *9
4Uc- do red. Ib. la: Fard dates. Ib. iodise;
do Golden. In- 7^c: do Persian. I.lb. pkg.
"74SSc; alligator pears, dog. $6; pineap
ples. 191 c. ' IJt
FRUITS— Winter Nellls pears, plcklnn
boxes, $1.63^2: rasahas. crate. $2«3:
Christmas melons, II; Imported grapes, bbl.
it; guavas, basket. Bo: pomegranates, 10c;
uerstmmonn. crate, $1,554* 1.73.
VEGETABLES Artichokes, do*., Hi a-«par
aKU» lii , IOWIT'-c; Brussels sprouts. In., '"■ ■
Dell peppers. Florida, la, 40«gH5c; beets,
doi bunches, MOSSo; string beans, Hi. IT©SOc;
green cabbage, «»rk. |lOl.tt| do re». b.
3e; carrot*, doi. bunches, tie: cauliflower,
crate. $1.25 ra 1.65: celery, rout, doi. Iloi
do. crate, $3.23®3.73; cuctimhera, doz, 11.50
©3; corn husks, put. lb. 10c; do uncut, In.
Be; egg plant, lb. -'"if; Ueks, dox. Sir: horse
radish, lb 15c: oyster plant, doi. 35«M0e;
lettuce, crate, 75c3>51.35; peas, ■"■ "©lie;
parsley, doss. Joe; parsnips, dor 40c; Crlm
«on winter rhubarb, 11.J5W1.50; spinach.
doj'Oc; young unions, do*. 20©30 c; turnips,
doz. bunchea, So©23c; Mexican tomatoes,
crate. $2.;3.
DRIED FRUITS —Applea. evaporated, lb.
9<il"O- apricots, lb. 12i»13e; loose flga.
white box. $1.50; do black, box, $1.35; do
imported, lb. Il01l«i currants, 9W«?10e;
peaches, Ib, 5%e80; pears, lb. 10 i 1 3o;
plums, lh. 12V±e; nectarines, lb. 7Hpß'ic.
Prunes —20-30 i. lllillc: 30-401. 8c; 40-50«,
7'ic: 50-B0», 6c; 80-70 J. 6o; 70-SOB, 5He; 80
--90s, Sc; 90-1001, 4c.
rtAISINS — loos*, 50-lb. box. lb.
4Vjc; ,', crown, he; 4-crown, [%«; 5-crown
London layers, 10-lb. box, lb. 11.11: 3-crown,
II 25; 4-crown. $1.60: 8-crown. $1.85: Sul
tanas bleach.d. lb. Uiillc: do unbleached,
lb :i ■i c; a«aded raisins. l«-o». pkg. i '.j 'u 1
7V4c; do l!-o*. pkg. s'4®'i
NUTS—Almn*ids, fancy IXI., lb. ITtMSe;
do No Plus Ultra, lh. 16c; brailla, [email protected];
cocoanuts, 95c®|l; cheatnuta. HOl!c; fll
berta, 1!'. 14i»15e; hickory, lb. 8e; pecans.
XX. lb. 12He; do XXX. lb. 16c; do
XXXX. lb. l"c; eastern peanuts,»lb. S''iß'jc;
do California, lb. IHO»Ci do Japan, lb. «'-j
4f7c: do Spanish, shelled. No. 1. lb. 10c;
plnenuta, Me; walnuts, No. 1, S. 3. lb. 14©
15c; do No. 2. lb. 10c: do Jumbos, 17i&18c;
do budded. 18®20c; popcorn, eastern, cwt.
13.50; do local, cwt. Jl 3.25.
HICE —Fancy Honduras (Carolina* $6.75;
do choice Honduras (Carolina) $6®«.IO;
Japan grades. $3.7j'tf 1; Island, $.10; broken
$3 CO.
HONEY — Extracted, water whit*, lb. T®
T^c; extracted, white, 'ie; extracted, light
amber, 6'f(6'4c; comb, water white. 1-lb
frames. 16t'W": white. 1-lb. frames. 15®
16c; light amber, 1-lb. frames, [email protected];
beeswax, lb. 3Uc. .
LIVESTOCK —Packers cay 1. o. b. Los
Angolea for beef steers, I Vie; beef heifers.
4\@sc; beef calvea, 540; mutton, wethers.
$5.25^5.70; ewes, $565.25; lambs, 6>,4c;
hogs, 10c.
POULTRYLarge dreased turkeys, lb.
27c; do small, lb. !5o: lalge live, lb. !4c;
do small live. lb. 22c: large hens. 4 lbs. up,
lb 20c; small, - % to 3 ",i lbs. 18c; broilers,
lii to 2 lbs. Ito; friers. 2(4 to 3 lbs. I3o:
roast chicken, lb. ;0c; duck. lh. 19c; geese,
lb. 18c; squabs, doz. $1,50; old roosters, Ib.
10c,
CHILI— Evaporated, strings, lb. l«©20e:
loose, lb, !7c; Mexican black, lb. Ilo; green,
Id. 20®25c; chill teplns. lb. $1.25; Japan,
15c.
HAY (Haled) — Following are quotations
paid by dealers to hay growers: Barley
hay $16.60 a ton: wheat- hay. $16.50 a ton;
tame oat hay, $17 a ton; volunteer hay,
$13; alfalfa, email bales. $13.50; straw. $10
* Hay prices to the trade: Barley hay, $1»;
Wheat hay. MS; .i«i ii oat hay, $20; volun
teer hay. $13; alfalfa, small bales, $lo;
9tr*W> $l - Retail Price.
lvgss, dozen •• *5°
Best butter, per pound ..3j)C
Beet, per p0und......:
Pork, per pound. ,£-„„
L*irb, per pound... .^jOc
s,u. use, per pound... 18®2Oc
Ham, per pound, whole 22c
Ham. per pound. Bllced 3iio
Barracuda, halibut, rock cod and yellow
tall, per pound Mo
Salmon, sand dabs, pound 20c
Herring and smelts, pound Ijo
Oysters, quart 80°
Hens, pound 2°
Fryers, pound *°0
Rabbits.- pound 200
VISIBLE GRAIN SUPPLY
NEW YORK, March 14.—Following Is the
Now York Produce arohanga statement of
tho viatbla «upi>ly of grain In tha Unltea
State. Saturday, March 12: Wheat. 26,419,
--000 buahela. increase 636,000 busheU. Corn,
13,882,000, decrease 473,000. Oats, 9,391.
--000 bushels. Increase 362.000. Rye. 713.00,
Increase SOOO. Barley, 2.840.000, increase
77 000 Th« visible supply of wheat In
Canada last Saturday was 10,678,000 bush
els; decrease 106.000 buhsels.
PACIFIC COAST HOPS
T iVEnrooi,, March 14. —Pacific coast
hop* In I."U'>"". aU-ady. t5 B» to £6 10s.
It's •» ««y to iNin • bargain la a uiea
automobile, through wane «d»-rti.ln». v II
Bead to be—and (till l»~to ••>•<"• • boru
•ml "carriage. _
First Exclusive Private Wire House on the Pacific Coast ;'t
J. C. WILSON
MKMUIiU NEW YORK RTOCK EXCHANGE
cincAoo HOARD of traiik
TIUS STOCK AND BOND ISXCHANGJ!. B. ».
CORRESPONDENTS
HARRIS, WINTHROP & COMPANY
OFFICES—HOTEL AI.KXANDItIA. 21* Went Fifth St.
HOTEL DHL COKONADO, Coron»d«
MILLS lIUILDINO. San FrnncUc*
I'AI.ACK HOTEL, San I'raDfUro r,■ *
Open December IS. _ '• ,' l't:
Pasadena Clients Will Get Instantaneous Service by
Calling Home 119
B. G. LATHROP, Manager
FI2BS—TELEPHONES —MAIN 87»« ■■**'■'''' ,
CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
sams !____ OFrlclcKa-
————————————— W A jnob, Prr.l(J«nt. ■?
ommercial National Bank newman i;*sick, c<ublM«
U 4.1 B. Bprin,. earner Fourth. «unJl'u' I«nri°l'n l livM«a Proflf. lO.M*.
Farmers & Merchants National Bank ckaklbb bktuor. r ca»war.
Capital. 11.500,000. „„.„.
Corner Fourth and Mala. gnrplu^and Profit.. $t»00.0l».
Fj t. jil^luti. »"r<!»ld«nt.
.ist Na ional Bank w. t. b. "ammond. c«w«.
Capital Block, »1,260.000.
B. B. corner Second and Bppln»% , 8u .... ami rmniH. ll.Mi OOC^
— ~ w lir^iOLl-JUAy. Fre«lde«U
erchants National Bank • chas. c-.hkknib. cum.
I |3 Capital $200,000. M
I[l It. M. eornar Third and Sprlnir. Burylus A Undivided ProflUi $8W,00«.
'■ — ■ j k. FISIIbIJHN. Pre»ld««U
ational Bank of Cahlornia h. a mckke. caahi.r.
M Capital. $600,000. _«^.
ll N. E. eoro.r Fourth and Bprlna-. Suri.lu, and Undivided Profit.. flW.m.
(H K. /.iiMliltO, l're»ldent.
I ...^i national Bank jamks n. oist. ca»wer.
Capital, $300,00 a
I B. ID. corner Fourth and Broad*ar. Burplu. and rndHri-Hd Profit.. HM.W.
Bv-auw"y tsank & Trust Company WAltlili:. UILiLJCLSM. I'naldaui,
-auwy isank & Trust Company A >v i: i:ii.man. ca.hi«r.
108-310 Bmadwur. Bradbury building. Surplus & Undivided Profits. $225.00 a.
... .., , lfc'AlAb vv. HIiLuMAN. fruldeak
n:ted btates National Bank r. w. smith. ca.wer.
U- ' , capital. w ill-.l i.Man, I'ruldeak.
nited States Nafonal Bank r w smith. ca.hur.
Capital. IiOO.OM.
0. B. eornir Main and rommerclal Surplu* «i"l Proflt.i. $TI.OIH.
C, — , X J. WATKKS, President,
iU4«a> national Bank T\t w. wood* cajhia*.
Capital. $1,000,000.
B W. corner Third and Main. Hurpiin. $tOO.OOO.
~ LOS ANGELES SAVINGS JANKS
7^ gE C URITY -—I
lTavings RANK
Largest and Oldest in Southwest
Resource $28,000,000.00
Tar. the hlithent rnt« of tnlrrmt and on the most liberal t*rra» conalatent
tilth aouad, coniiervatlre bunking.
Money to Loan on Improved Real Estate
Security Building Spring and Fifth Street' <
GERMAN AMERICAN SAYINGS BANK
n- wim' THE BANK WITH THE JBBTf
EFFICIENT SERVICE |
RESOURCESmOOO.OOO'A
J SPRING g> FOURTH STS.
HARNESS .„ „ ttSL*^ SA'DDLIM
BUILDING PERMITS
Following are tho permits issued
since the last publication of the list
and classified according: to wards:
Permit*. Value.
Second ward 6 'I'll!]
Third ward J *•*«•
Fifth ward • *•**•
Sixth ward _! '■ 000
Total, -^^ »♦ »I*3"
Cahuenga boulevard and Second
street—Albert McCurley, owner and
builder; one and a half story six-room
residence, $2800. _,
Fortieth place, 102 \\>st—Al R.
Smith, at lot, owner and builder; al
terations of residence, 1150.
Fifty-second street, 1111 West— R.
Camach. 427 East Fifth street, owner:
.1. F. Wilson, builder; alterations of
residence, $1100.
Golden Gate avenue, 1530—C. S. Tal
bert, 1624 KdgeclifC drive, owner and
builder; one-story six-room residence,
$2250.
Cahuenga boulevard and Sixth street
—G. L. Louden, 1431 South Los An
gelos street, owner and builder; one
story garage. $100.
Forty-seventh street, 1159 East—Jo
seph Buda, at lot, own»r and builder;
one-story four-room residence, $1000.
Moneta avenue, 601-21— S. Burellt,
owner; J. 11. Bean, builder, one-story
threo-room residence, $3222.
Ohio street, 145 North—Martha M.
Klrschbaum, at lot, owner and builder;
one and a half story four-room resi
dence, JSOO.
Thirty-fourth street, 1239 East—W.
T. Hopkins, 2831 Compton avenue,
owner and builder; one-story ftve-ioom
residence, $1000.
Twenty-second street, 145 West— Dr.
Tom Shee Bin, at lot, owner and build
er; alterations of residence, $400.
Fifth street and Montclatre avenue —
C. J. Stiinge, 115 West Forty-eighth
street, owner; A. D. Morton, builder;
one-story three-room residence, $450.
Fiftieth street, . 857 West—Alfred
Elafson, 611 Bast Forty-second street,
owner and builder; one-story five-room
residence, $1500.
Vestal avenue, 1933 —Mary Jordan,
337 South Olive street, owner; J. F.
Bowen, builder; alterations of resi
dence, $100.
Euclid and Melrose avenues—A. R.
Park, owner; E. P. Chopton, builder;
one-story six-room residence, $1800.
HOGS AND SHEEP PRODUCTS
SELL AT NEW HIGH PRICES
KANSAS CITY. March 14.—Five price
record* on tha Kansas City live tstock ex
change were broken today. Hogs reached
$10.til); lambs, (9.C5; yearling aheap, $:(, anil
ewes $7.60. Steers from the other side of
the quarantine line reached $7.,
ST. JOSEPH. Mo., March 14.—The top
price lor hogs at the St. Joseph market
today was $10.65 per hundred, 10c higher
than the record made last week.
(T/KVELAND. Marcli 14, — Uoge were
quoted, at 111.01 per I'm pound.* at the stock
yurds tiiilay. This niiikt:» a. rise of Si per
tOt iDlldS t week. TIH- price |3 till! hifc-lleat
on record here.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO, March 14.—Cattle—Receipts esti
mated at 22,000; market [email protected] higher; beevea,
$5.2558.40; Texas steers, $4.75©5.90; western
steers, M.80O&<0; stockers and feeders, t3.6o(i>
li.:&; cows and heifers, J^.6, ri®6.tio; calves, J7.50®
»10. ."
Hogs—Receipts uMlimatcl at 35,000; market a
(hade lower; light, 110.451^10.35; mixed, $ 10.505*
10.85; heavy, $10.65(610.95; rough, $10.650>10.7U;
Komi to choice heavy, (10.70ijll0.05; pigs, J3.UO4J)
10.45; bulk of Males. »lO.7sHil(i.'j&.
Sheep—Receipts estimated at 14,000; market
strong; native-, |.~i?f V. 10; western, , tsSo('f».lo;
yearlings, *7.S.'i'<iß.7i.; lambs, native, tif&9<<o;
western. $8 8 9.«5.
m $200,000 (A
yB V capital fully ii.ild. we wlll\(Hjy
fj/S^ 5 ,,,,, i i,, ut,i« to .say. Tim ■*[».
Mm increase of stock will allow us to Tl
If take $2,000,000 deposits. Before th« Zj
I>\ year is up we expect to hava to In- fl
II crease our capital to t^JO.OOO, fully f|
m paid, which will allow us to tako «
If 12,500,000 on deposit. We hope to H
UL have It by the end of the year. B
%aul NKirnMXJ
Vgffli/tm*3Mrf«o sr~ 357 \gj§or
Boy San Diego Homt
Telephone StocK
Nets 10%
Fielding J. Stilson Co.
105 11. W. U1.1. 1 MAM HI.DO.
AJ64I. Main 105.
3jtsSls&, DELANO
6 The Land of
Early Products
XQiwnil S. F. B. Morse
\|^^gg^»^ Development Co.
FLOUR AND FEED
Followlna are the wholesale prices on flour
and ■d, furnished by tha Globe mills:
FAMILY FLOUR—
Al flour, per bbl .W. 60
Al flour retail! $1.85 %. and »5o H sack.
Globe flour, per bbl W-»
Globe flour retails $1.90 'A and »1 H sack.
Silver Star flour, per bbl» ..., W"0
XXX flour, per bbl J5.40
Eighth bbl«. 200 per bin. higher.
BAKERS' FLOUR-Per bbl.-
Globe **•»>
Eastern graham 4 6.80
Eastern whole wheat .• 6.50
Eastern rye «-0O
Bakers' Al ■ •• 6.2*
Bakers' Magnolia 6.10
Bakers' l'ufitry 5.K0
MEALS AND CEHEAI. GOODS—
10 lbs. 25 lbs. 60 lbs.
Al flour »80 ».... 1....
Pastry flour 5.60 .... ....
Graham flour 3.G0 3.45 3.40
Corn meal. W. and V 2.C0 2.75 2.70
Whole wheat flour 3.60 3.63 3.60
ltya flour 3.80 3.75 3.70
Cracked wheat 4.10 4.05 4.00
Farina 4.10 4.06 4.000
Wheat flakes, per sack of BO lbs 1.90
do per bbl. of 125 lbs., not 5.00
GRAIN AND FEED
-1010 lbs.
Wheat, No. 1 »2.13
do lUO-lb. sack. No. 1..: 2.20
Corn 1.85
Cracked corn 1.90
Feed meal 105
Rolled barley I.M
Seed barley 1.80
Shorts 1-80
East, willow charcoal 2.00
Bran, heavy 1.65
Kufflr corn, red 1.80
OH cake meal • ».*)
White Oats 1.85
Ryi seed 2.1S
Egyptian corn, white 1 83
Scratch food -■-'*
Granite grit 70
Chick feed 2.70
Cracked wheat 2.33
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
SAN FRANCISCO, March 14.— Butter, fan
ny creamery, 80o; seconds. 29Vic: fancy
dairy, 28c. New cheese, ■16 017 c; Younif
Amorlca, 18 ii© 19 'Ac. Ranch agss, 21o;
store, 20 Vie.
CHICAGO, March 11.— nutter—Steady; cream
eries, M(i()3lo; dairies, [email protected]
EGOS—Steady; receipts, 7140; at mark, cases
Included, ID.:; firsts. Uej prime firsts. Be.
Cheese Steady; Daisies,-, 161,i'iil1%c; twins,
Hmfl»Ho; Viiiiii? ' Americas. UViWiii-Jic; Long
, Horn. l«4 ? t«H0. -...•--

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