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FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
STEADY UPLIFT
IN PRICES NOTED
BUYERS OF STOCKS SHOW
MUCH CONFIDENCE
STRENGTH OF SPECIAL SHARES
IS FEATURE OF MARKET
Cheerful Views of the Copper Trade
and Rumors of Dividend In.
creases Are Hopeful
Factors
"* [Associated Press?
NEW YORK, March 18.—Tho steady
uplift of prices in today's stock market
find the indifference shown to any but
favorable developments made an I|Tl
-prcsslvo demonstration of hopefulness
on tin' part of takers of stocks.
Homo buying wan attributed to a
short Interest overtaken' by the con
tinued recovery in prices. The persist
ence of the demand of the principal
long stocks was taken to Indicate satis
faction on the part of some Interests
well equipped with resources to express
their confidence.'
A further rise In Ame'rlcan Tobacco
stock In the outside market kept alive
predictions that the supreme court de
cision in the TobaCCO case would be in
favor of the company. Citations from
the president's speech before the Traffic
club in Chicago were used as evidenco
of fairness In the attitude of the gov
ernment authorities toward the rail
road corporations.
S'r?ngth of Special stocks, traceable
to Individual causes, helped the general
Itdvari'-c by sympathy. The rise In
Norfolk & Western was a noticeable
case In point. This was accompanied
by rumors of nn Increase in the divi
dend and a guarantee by the rittsburjr,
Cincinnati, Cleveland, Chicago & St.
T^iiiis.
'I'ln- c were published during the day
cheerful views of the copper trade from
the president of the Amalgamated
Copper company, which served ai a
Etimulus to the buying of that stork.
Rumors of dividend lnrronno«j ap
plled t,, some other stocks, Including
I'nitrri st.-iti s «!teel,
Estimates of the week's currency
movement promised a gain In cash by
the banks, owinsr to excess of receipts
from the interior over uhlpments.
Tim higher rates for tlmo money dur
ing the. week have operated to attract
funds to this center. There was a re
laxation in the London discount rate
from the violent advance caused by
tin- rl3o In the bank rate
Tho rail loan market in New York
relaxed slightly In view of the gain In
cash Indicated for the banks.
Bonds worn firm; total snips, par
value, 8,168,000.
UnltMl States bonds worn unchanged
on call.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Special service to The. Herald by J. C. Wll
(on, 213 West Fifth ttrcet, Los Anctles, mem
ber New York st.M exchange, Chicago board
of trad*, stock and bond exchange of Ean
Prancluco.
NEW TOnK, March U.- Following were the
quotations today:
Bai™. Stock. lllirh. I*iw. Bid. Ask.
400 Allls-Chalmers ... 12 - 11% 11\ 1214
do preferred .. 42% II
Am.-iiK Copper ....79% 78V4 79% T9%
400 Amer Beet sugar.. 394 39 ?. a.".,
do preferred .. »5 9614
M '.",. ROn Co mi 11% II 12%
SOO- do preferred 76*, TBV4 78 76%
900 Am Oar and Fdry r.6% 65 "5 8514
<io preferred 110 119
700 Am Cotton Oil .... 68% 68 67% Ml
, lo preferred 103 107
American Express .. .. 285 M
719 Am Ice. Securities. 27 2«% 26% 271;
100 Am. r Linseed ....14% 14% 14% 15
do preferred 38 40
600 Am Locomotive .. 63% 6214 62% BL'tt
do preferred ■■ 11! 111
14,100 Am Smlt and lUg. *7 »">!i K6'i 86%
200 rio preferred ... 108*4 108% 101 10S%
1.200 Amer Sugar 137% 126«4 126% 127
200 do preferred 124 123V4 123% 124
200 Amer Stool Fdrs.. 60 M 694 60
1,700 Am Tel .-iii.i Tel ..141% 140% 141', 141%
100 turn Tob pM '■>'■ 97 '•"■'; 97
2,400 Amer Woolen ;:•.'' 'iS% 35% 39%
600 do preferred 103% 103 103 104
1.00 Anaconda 49% 4014 4l)Vi 49%
aOOAttantlo 0 Line ..131% 132 13214 132%
6.300 A T & Fanta Fa..116 11(4 114% 116%
.....•,. do preferred 103% 103%
1,300 Bait & Ohio 112% 112% 112% 112»i
do tarred :. 91 »24
4,300 B II T 76% 71' i 7S'4 76%
Canadian raolflo 179U 179%
19,400 C A O MM 87 87% 88
0 • A 67>i 69
600 C & O W n«W..r. 31 30% 30% 81 ,
do preferred B7',i II
BKI Cft N W IS5'4 166 155 1654
'6,800 0 M A St P U6H 14454 144T4 14SVi
do preferred ...• IMW 160
600 Central Leather .. 42% 42% 42% 4.1
do tarred 106V4 l"
Cent of N .1 290 300
1.700 C C C & St L.... 92Vi 90? i MM llti
do preferred 101 110
100 Colo Furl and Iron 41 40% 40 40Vi
do preferred 116 118
Columbus 11 O&I .. .. 18. I«V6
Colorado Southern. .. .. (i- 63
do 1-1 preferred. .... 80 83
do Id preferred 78 M
I.+oo Consolidated (;u«..li«'i 1 If, 146 146V4
200i'.>m Product* ...KM, 1814 18>i lv»,
do preferred 8114 84
100 11. 1 & Hudson ....176/ 174% 173 174>.i
101) D I. & W 610 010 610 650
MOD & It Q 42 41% 43 4214
200 do preferred SOV4 8014 SOU 80%
Diamond Match 99 89V4
100 Distil Securities .. 84 33% SS4 34
100 Duluth B 8 & A.. 1514 IBM 15 15%
, . do preferred .. 28V4 2914
1,700 ICrU- 30% BOV4 BOV4 mi
600 do Ist preferred. 49% 4914 4f>% EOli
do -M preferred 38% 40H
100 General Electrlo ..ir,4Vi 154 Vi 154% 15514
700 Ot Northern Ore .. 70 69% 69% 70
1,300 dO preferred 13614 136 13614 13614
;. ... Illinois Central ..... .. 11l 14214
6,100 Interboro-Mctro ... 22% 22' i 22% 2214
3,ii00 do preferred 6714 661 i 66% 66%
Internat Paper .. HV4 13%
t , do preferred ■■ 63 64
Internat I'uinp .. 46 4714
do preferred ... 8914 87%
100 lowa Central 24-% ' 24' i 24 2414
1 300 do preferred 43% 43% 43 44
. 300 X C Southern BS% 38% 3814 88%
! do preferred .. 69 TO
i 1. i: & Western .. 2214 25
. do preferred ....... .. 6014 6214
900 L & N ...15314 153 '152% 153V4
• 100 Hackay '90 90 R9 ,• 90
*J do preferred 7614 77
; Maitiiattan 135 13714
100 Metropol St Uy ... 1» M 15 -20 -
100 Mexican Central ...» 27% £5% 25%
300 Minn & fit L 41% 41% 40 43 -
...... do preferred .. 68 75
■ • 100 mStP *a s M..144 144 14314 144
800 do preferred 155 164 15414 156
. 1,900 MX & Tex 43>i 42% 42% 43H
' ' ... do preferred 72 73
" "2110 Missouri Pacific :. 70% 70% 7014 70%
600 National Lead .... 84H 8414 M 1414
• 100 do preferred 10814 10814 108 10814
.'...... National Biscuit... „ .. 106 118%
'- do preferred .. .. 123 123
• .. N V Air Brake 8014 85
6,100 N V Central 12514 12414 184% 125
.'...... N V C ft St 1. .. 69 «1
[ do lit preferred. .. „.. 100 118
100 do M preferred.. 87 ■ 87 87 89
'■ 300 N V N It & Hart.l6Bl4' 158% 168% 158%
•• 1.800 N V (Hit & W 46 ' 4514 46«4 ;'■ 45%
26,100 Norfolk & Westrn.lo6% 104 106% 108%
do preferred .. .. , 88 01 .
100 North American .. 78% 78% ;; 78 ! .if. 7:1 -
2,900 Northern Pacific ..13514 l.1«% 134%; 135%
Omaha ............... :„; UU 155
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CARLOAD BHIPMENTS
OF CITRUS FRUITS
<•,• Shipment* of oranges and lemons ■'••
»■ from 1.01 Angeles Wednesday, March "•>
••• 10, were 106 carloads of orange* and •♦■
<§> 16 of Unions. Tola) to date there were •■
■■'■■ shipped 10,705 rnrlnads, of which 1453 ■•■
<|> wero Irmnns. I.lint Kcuson to date <&
•*> there were HitlppiMl IS.ftSO carloads, of ••
<$'which lilt were lemons. "y
••••••••• • • ' • • • • • •
do preferred 160 170
Pacific Coast 112 11.',
Pacific Mall 31V4 32" 3
18,200 Penna Rn Co 137% 137 13714 "7%
People* Oas 110 HOW
300 Fittsurg Coal 2214 22 22 22<4
do preferred .. 72 75
1,001 POC& st 1 10214 I'll 101 102
do preferred 110 Hi
100 Pressed Steel Car. 44 44 44 44V4
do preferred 10214 104
300 P.y Steel Bpgs Co.. 44Vi ; 441, -it 4414
do preferred .. 103 l' 7
18,400 Reading 168% 167 UMM ISS'.i
do Ist preferred 89 91
do 2.1 preferred 10314 10414
700 Republic 3 ft 1.... 3d% 39 3914 3914
do preferred .. .. 101 101U
15,400 Rock Island Co ..son 43% 4914 49%
800 do preferred 9114 91 MM «Hi
llou Bhef & I -.. ■ .. 78 7H14
do preferred 117 123
St t, & if Ist pfd .. •■ 70 71
300 do 3.1 preferred.. 55 M 54 5414
st 1. & I W -^.29 2!>V4
do preferred 73 7.114
19,700 Southern Pacific , .18*14 127% 12114 J!BH
im Southern Railway. 2914 ■ 29 29>4
HO do preferred „ 66%> 66 6614 6714
10 Tennessee Copper .. 3:ili m 1; 3214 34Vi
310 Texiu Pnclflo 301.4 30 3014 SO*
300 Third Avo 7'i 74 7 In '
300 Toledo si LAW.. 4.,' 4 45 41'; 4f>%
700 do preferred 6514 68U 6S 6514
Twin City ft T li:('4 H4V»
Union Ft and Papr .. .. B'<j 11
do preferred .- «• 7-1 ■
71,100 Union Pacific l«'i I*l*4 UW ISS',4
100 do preferred MV4 Ml 4 !'i 99
1"0 United Rils of S V 89 39 8S 39
]H0 do preferred 67% 67% 67V4 «*
200 0 8 cast Irn Pipe 214 2114 '-'I 27
100 d.i preferred 71 fj 75 77
600 IT 8 Rubber 4.".% 43 45 46
do Ist preferred 11414 11«
do 3d preferred 78 80
131,900 U 8 Hteel Cor .... 86% 85% ''i 86%
1.3110 d.. preferred 121% 121 12114 1214
I 1,200 Utah Cop «-dv.... 49% 49<4 49 4*14
12,100 Va-Car Chem Co.. 6914 68 r.114 69V4
do preferred 12« 127
300 Wabash 22 21« i *1% 2214
S, CM do preferred 4SH « 4»H 4»14
.-. Wells-Fargo Ex .. .. I*o 182
100 West Union x-d %. 75 75 75 nit
500 Westlrmhouse 71 71 7! 7114
W & I. X ■ * s'4
do Ist preferred - »'4 I"^4
do -! preferred 6% »
100 Wisconsin Central. 54 64 63 Cl
100 Am Hide and Lea 71i 714 7 714
' SfiO do preferred 4014 4014 89% 40
3f«) Am Agr and Chem 48 47 47 4714
do preferred I"-" 107
200 Beth Steel Ml* 814 3014 «*
do preferred .■ M 6114
400 Nat Enamel and S 21% 21V4 21V4 22
do p'eferred 88 90
Fee Tel and Tel 3*1.; 39%
... do preferred 90 98
200 T! H Realty 78 71 78 79
4.000 West Maryland ... 63 S3 S3 IH4
Total salr». 586,300 shares.
NEW YORK BONOS
Special service to The Herald by .1. C. Wil
son, 112 West Fifth street, Los Angeles. Mem
bar New York stock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
NEW YORK. March 18.— Following ere the
closing quotations: Bid. Asked
Atehlson gen 4s JJO 10014
Atchlson cony 4* I!' 1•• ' il\
Baltimore & Ohio Ist 4s 991, 89%
li RT 4c MJ* "*
Colorado Industrial 6a 79 M
1! 8 Realty 6s ••• »9 90
Rock Island col 4- , 8214 »2'»
Southern Pacific ref 4s 75 751,
Southern Pacific col 4s 93 83
Southern Paclflo cony 4s 102H I'^-Jj
Union Faciflo Ist 4s 101 IJIJ4
Union Pacific cony 4s 11" JWI
T a Steel Be »««f *»
United Railway 4s 70*. 72 .
Wabash deb 4s '2 7» 7314
Western Paclflo 6» 97 I "■ i
D & n O rcf 5s JH* . 93%
Japanese 4s 92 w>»
Japanese Ist 414s •■■ "5% J?
Japanese m«m MM ■';,*
IT S2» red }»Mi KM4
0 ■ |i coupon lo° * "
U8 3s regd JJJH 03
V S3» coupon , «** |«
I*!, regd ]]**<■ »»
US 4s coupon m** j l"'-*
Panama 2s loo** J»J
SSaJB»-:/:v.p::::".::::::::Sa 101
•' TREASURY STATEMENT
WASHINGTON, March 18.—The condition of
th« treasury at the beginning of business to
day was as follows:
Trust funds— coin, $854,020,869: silver
dollars, $489,296,000: silver dollars of 1890, $3,814,-
Ot>v silver certificates outstanding, $457,29i),000.
General fund—Standard silver dollars In gen
eral fund. $2,483,370; current liabilities. $!>«.■
839,155: working balance in treasury offices,
$-1 90* 302; In banks to credit of treasurer of
the United States, $38,543,693; subsidiary silver
coin, $21,606,037; minor coin, 81.166,223; total
balance In general fund. $82,902,350.
FINANCIAL RECORD
MBW YORK, March 18.—Money on call firm
nt 214®3 per cent; ruling rate, 2'»; closing
bid. 1; offered, 214. Time loans very steady
H nd dull: sixty days and ninety day*, 49
414 per cent; six nionihs. 4®4',4 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, 4',®5 per cent.
Sterling exchange Heady at a decline, with
actual business In bankers' bills at $4.83.75®
4 85 for Blxty-day bills and at $4.87.05 tor de
in.in.i. Commercial bills, $4.83%®4.81',4. Bar
sliver, 61% c. Mexican dollars. 4tc. Govern
ment bonds steady; railroads firm.
NEW YORK COTTON
Ppfrlal pervlcn to Tho Herald by J. C. Wll
•en, 312 Weil Fifth tired. Uo« Angeles.
NEW YORK, March 18.—Tho market was
more active today ami showed a firmer tone,
with p-a.-tli-ally all the options In good de
mand. First prices were all higher, -this
Improvement continued until May had sold at
15.07 c, the highest point recently reported.
This naturally brought out some liquidation,
and during the afternoon the market was
feverish, but at no time reacted to last night's
finals. Sales of snots at this point War* 3865
bales on 5-polnt advance, bringing the price
to 15.20 c.
• Price* ranged as follows: ■ —Close-
Open. High. Ixiw. Bill. Ask.
January 13-69 12.«9 13.69 12.73 12.74
March 16.08 15.08 15.08 15.07 16.09
April ."...1.....: '15.03 15.C5
May 16.05 15.07 14.99 16.01 15.02
June »•'» "■«>
July 14.79 14.80 14.75 14.78
August 14.25 14.30 14.23 14.26 14.27
September 13.34 13.39 13.34 13.34 13.35
October 13.94 13.97 13.91 13.93 12.94
November. I-'- 12.80
December 12.72 12. 12.71 12.77 12.78
Spot cotton, 15.20 c; quiet, 6 polns up.
METAL*MARKETS
NEW YORK, March 18.—The market for
standard copper on the New York metal ex
change closed 6teady, with spot, March and
April quoted at $12.»[email protected], May at $13013.23
and June at $13®13.35. The English market
was steady, with spot at £58 17s 6d and fu
tures at £60. Local dealers quote lake cop
per at $13.37',<!<5f13.62',i, electrolytic at $13.12',[email protected]
15.37V4 and casting at $13ff1>13.25.
Tin firm; spot, $31.05©32.10; March, April
and May, $31.90®32.25. The London market
was firm and higher, with spot at £145 7s 6d
and futures at £147 10s.
1., art easy: spot, $4.46®4.65 Now York and
[email protected] Ktst St. Louis. London markat
lower at £13.
Kpelter easy at $5.6005.75 spot New York
and f::iO(i(!).bH Kast St. Louis delivery. Lon
don market unchanged at C 2».
The English Iron market was higher, with
Cloveland warrants quoted at 51a lOVfed. Lo
cally no change was reported.
COTTON GINNING REPORT
MEMTHIH, Term., March IS.—The report cf
the National Uinners' association, issued here
today, shows that 10,031,000 bales of cotton, not
Including Milters, which will amount to about
US.OOG bales, were ginned to the end of the
■ettson or 190»-10.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY M()HM\(i, MARCH 10, 1910.
FINANCIAL
J4 l.os ANOKLEB, March IS.-Bank cleaMnge
were 9,181,086.14, an Increase of 1477,011.8! as
roinnared wlili the amount for the oorreMpond-
IriK' date of liisi v»ir. [Hollowing Ih a c.om
paratlve statoment i
1310. I*M. 1!W8.
March 14....M,«69,5M.03 |3,18»,360.65 11,688,302.41
March IB 1,M7,V8i.D3 ?.134,426.66 i.
March 1« 1,100,886.54 5,910,103.68 1,771,607.28
March 17 .. 2,. ri!»,C66.t16 5,3t1,4V1,71 1.604,21.1.10
Miurh 18 2,531,D.i'i. II 1,064,8H 81 1,897,127.11
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Morning Sales
25 Am Pet Co Com 75.85; SO Ass'd Oil 49.50; 40
do 49.3T1i; 1000 Cal Midway 70; 2500 do 75; 2000
do 71; 7ixio Central Oil 2.i»: 1000 Cleveland .43;
4«M Cuulinga Crude .MVii 1260 do .25; 100 Mcx
P Li-! com 29.12 Vi; 1000 Ollnda Land foil) .55;
BOOS do M; 1000 do 57; 1000 do 58; 3000 do 59;
MOO Oleum I- 1-- 3000 tin << so, c:- 17."" ,)o 12%;
100 Palmer Oil Co 1.25; 1000 Section six 60; 5
Union 104.00.
Oft board-lODO Cal Midway 72; 70 Mcx P
Ltd com 29.1214; 5 Am Pet Co com 75.25.
Afternoon Sales
10 Associated Oil Co 49.25; 10 do 49.00; 1000
Cal Midway 78; 1000 do TlVk: 2000 do 72V4; 2M
do, I). 80, 74; 2000 Coallnua Crude 30; 500 Cleve
land Oil 4::; 1000 do 421 i"11" Oleum Dov Co
13, B. 30; 6000 do 12%; 3000 do 12%; 1000 Ollnda
I/and (Oil) 59.00; 10 Mcx Pet com 29.1214; 1000
Rlcn Ranch Oil 1.00; 10 Union 104.23.
Off board— 2o American Pel Co com 75.25.
Bonds
Bid. Ask.
American Petroleum Co 83 S5 ■
Associated Oil Co '. 9614 \ „",
Corona City Water Co 91 ... j
Corona Power A W. Co 95
Cucamonga Water Co ID
Edison Klec Co Ist R 99
F.d Klec Co old Issue.!- 103 108
Home Telephone 85 «8
Home Tel Co Ist rfg 75 . 76
Li A Pac Ist con mtgs 106
L. A. Railway Co 110
L a Traction Co 85..... .. ,110
L A Traction Co 6s ;. 1011
Mexican National Oas Co 100
Pac Eli ( Ity Co 10614
Pao Light and Power Co 9714 9914
Pasadena Home TAT Co .. ■ 80
Rlversld» II T and T Co 75
Santa Monica II T and T C 0.... .. , 80
s Diego It T & T Ist mtss.. 70 75
Seaside Water Co „ 100
Temewal Water Co 99
United Klec <; and P Co 104
Ur.lon Transportation Co 91 < ..*'
U ■ Long Dlst T and T C 0.... .. 77
Vlnalla Water Co l"0
Whlttler Home TAT C 0.... .. M
Banks
rtl'l. A.-k
All Night & nay Bank 115.00 140.00
Hank of Southern California 128.00
Broadway Bank and Trust 160.00 175.00
California Havings Hank 118.00 125.00
Central National Bank 180.00 Itt.oo
Citizens National 232.50 535.00
Commercial National 141. ....
Equitable Savings Bank 165.00 ....
Farmers & Mer Nail 250.00 ....
Federal Bank of L A 13.50
First National 800.00 610.00
Herman American Savings IM.OO 3.40.00
Globe Savings Bank 12)."0 140.00
Home Savings Bank of L A....115.00
Merchants National 510.00
Merchants Bank and Trust C 0..130.00
National Bank of i'«l ISI.OO
Security Savings Bank 320.00 ....
Ths Southern Trust CO 65.00 80.00
(50 per cent paid up)
D Si National Bank 134.00
Industrial and Public Utilities
Bid. Ask.
Cal Portland Cement Co 100.00
Kdlson Klectrlo pfd 80.00 85.00
Edison Electric com 64.00 65.60
Hawaiian Com and Sugar 37.00 40.0»
Home Telephone pfd 61.00 M .60
Home Telephone com 10.00
Hutchinson 8 I' Co 17.00 18.00
L A Athletic club 10.00
1,. A. Brewing Co 90.00
Mexican National Gas pfd 60.00 75.00
Mexican National Gas com 86.00
Paauhau B P Co 29.00 29.60
Pat Mut Life Ins Co 2<0.00
Pao Con Stone Co of Cal 1.25
Pasadena Home T and T Co 10.00
Riverside Home T and T Co 30.
Ban Diego Home T and T Co.. 21.00
Seaside Water Co 100.00
Title O and Tr Co pfd 250.00 '
U 8 L D T * T Co. pfd 39.60 42.00
Union Security Corp pfd 100.00
Union Trust Co 42.00
Whlttler Home TAT Co 60.00 70.00
Oil Stocks
PRODUCERS— Bid. Ask.
Amalgamated OH 67..
American Crude oil Co 98
American Pet Co j>fd 92.50 95.50
American Pet Co com 7',. 76.00
Associated OH 48.1214 49.25
Brookshlre Oil 90
Central 200 202
Cleveland OH Co 42'/»
Columbia Oil 1-2214
Continental Oil 35 • .55
linos Oil Co 1.2714
Euclid Oil Co 50
1.-ullerton Oil »-60 4.00
•Tado Oil Co 45 .4«
Mexican Petroleum 1.02
Mexican Pet Ltd pfd 67.00 68.00
Mexican Pet Ltd com 29.00 29.1254
New Penna Pet Co 90
Ollnda Land Co (OH) 67 .60
Palmer Oil Co 1-30
Perseus OH Co 30 .35
Plnal Oil Co '. 1300
Pirn Oil and 1. Co 17
Reed Crude 3214 •■■••
Rico Ranch Oil Co 1.00 1.05
Section Blx Oil Co 40 .60
Traders Oil Co 125.00 .....
Union 1"«-M M*-™
Union Provident Co 101.50 103.50
United Petroleum 102.00 106.00
West Coast Oil Com 9.00
Western Union 05.00 .....
Yellowstone Oil Co .40
NON-PRODUCERS-
Callfornla Midway OH Co 72 .72!4
Coalinga Crude OH Co 30
McKlttrlck Oper Oil Co .15 •••;•
Oleum Development Co 13H .12%
DAILY MINING CALL
1(lfio Johnnie M and M 17' i: 1000 California
Hills 4.
LISTED STOCKS
OATJFORNIA- Hid. Ask-d.
Cal Hills M. Co 0314 .041«
NEVADA—
Johnnie Mln nnd Milling Co 17^4 ■"'»
Searchlight Parallel .01! i
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
SAN FRANCISCO, March 18.—Flour—Fam
ily extras. 16.60W7: bakers' extras, $6.6007;
Oregon and Wanhtngton, $6.
■\Vheat-Hhlpping, $1.82'15)'1.87';.
Barley-Feeding, J1.40©1.42', 2 ; brewing,
IH-waiAo; Chevalier, $l.([email protected]:.
bats-Red, [email protected]; white, }[email protected];
Black nominal.
Millatuffs— Middlings, $3n«36; mixed feed,
I; rolled barley, $Js©Bo; uatineal, ?4.4'«9
4 m- out groats. $4.60; rolled oatM, $3:]<)o.',.
Hay—Wheat, $14^19; wh£%ii ami oat. $13^
17; wild oat, I10O1I; Inme. oat, [email protected]; al
falfa, lOiffW; (straw, SOOTM.
Beans—Pink, $4.75©;.; Lima, $4.35(54.45; email
White. $4.60®4.58; large white, [email protected]
Potatoes— F.arly Rose, $1<ijl.lO; Oregon Bur
banks, ItOl.Ui Merced sweets. (I.UOS.tS. ■
Onions— Fancy, $1.80; common, $1.50.
Various—Qreen peas, 6'n7c; egg plunt, 15^
30o; green peppers, 15j»2jc; asparagus, 7c;
rhubarb, 11.1601.18; garlic, IO<o; cucumbers,
tI.KOI.MI Mexican tomatoea, [email protected]; mush
rooms. $llfi;l.-5.
Poultry—Old 'roosters. [email protected]; young roost
ers, $7©10; small broilers, $4.60®5.50; large
broilers, $3®4; fryers, $8.50(>5>7.00; hens, Jo^iill;
old ducka, [email protected]; young ducks. $7®10; geese,
60; young pigeons, $1®1.25.
Receipts—Flour. 2934; barley. 3225; corn, 30;
potatoes, 3720; onions, 838; bran, 205; mid
dlings, 490; hay. 666; hides, 210; wine, 5120.
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
SAN FRANCISCO, March Butter-
Fancy cremery, 28V40; seconds, 28o; fancy
dairy, 27c.
Cheese-New, 14',iC15c; Young America,
111 i*l9Hc.
Kggrs—Ranch, 21V>r: store, 21c.
, CHICAGO, March 18.—Butter steady: crema
ery. [email protected]'31c; dairy, 2L'fc27c. BJHWi(M!». ITr*sl
Kggs steady: receipts, 8262 cases; at mark,
cases Included, lO'iu; firsts, 21c; prime firsts,
220.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 213 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO. March 18 -Following
were, the closing quotations:
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS— Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil Co 6s 97
Bay Counties Power Co 5s 101%
Cal Gas and Kin- gen M & C T 6s. 99% ■•
California Ht Cable Co 5s 103%
California Wine Assn Bs 87V4 "i
City Electric Co 6s 9014
Contra Costa Water Co 6s WHi
do gen mtg Ba 93 M
Kdlson Elec 60 of L A f,s 10214
Kdlson Light and Power 65....:...10714
First Federal Trust Co 6s lOlVs •• .
Ferries and Cliff House Ity 6s 101
Hawaiian Cml and 8 5s 107 10714
Honolulu R T and I. CO 8s 1"
I.ake Tahoo By and T Co 6s 99 100
Log Angles Rleo Co 6s 101»4
l.os Angeles Diis and Xl Co 6s 101% 103
Loa Angeles Railway i,« 110
Los Angeles Lighting g4 r.^ 103
L A I'a, .X R til cod mtf D.i ......M6 ..:
1. A Pac R 1: of fa.l 5s 1..10614 " * •• '■'
Market Street Cable 8s 103%
do Ry Ist con mtg he " 102
M V and Mi Tam;il|,ais S Ry 5s 102
Northern Ry Co of cal 5s 117
Northern Cal Power Co B» 101
Northern ISJectiio Co M '■<-'!
Oakland Oaa Light and 11 5.- 103 ...•
Oakland Transit 1 '0 Bi 10714 ..
Oakland Transit 51 105% ..
Oakland Transit con 6s 10414 +..',
Oakland Traction con Be 9914 i"0 .
Oakland Traction Co I'm 9214 93
Oakland Water Co gtd 5s 96 P9
Omnibus Cabin Railway 6s 112
Pacific Gas Imp is II ..
Pacific Eli ■trl" Ry Co Ba 106*4 106
Puelllc Light and Power Co 6s 101%
Pacific Tel and Tel Co D* 100 „ ..
Park and Cliff House R,y 6s 99 -:..'
Park and Ocean R V. n 100 ..
People's Water Co 5.s 89 ' ..
Powell Street Rallwny 6s 99 ..
Sacramento Elec Oaa and Ry 55..103 . ..
I !■■ Oak and Ban Jose Ry Ba 107H
do Id mt« 5s 96V4
S V Oak and s .1 Con Ry Ba 9614
Sierra Ily of Cal Us 10*.. ,:<,..■
s p 11 it of Cal 8a 1912 1 1',• &
do Ist ■■ ltd x ta ny :
8 P Branch Fly of Cal 9a 128 130
B P 11 II Co Ist ifdg 4a Mi 4 MM
Htockton (iaf and Bl Corp 6s 101
8 V Water Co gen Mig 4s 9214 ..
United ana end IClec Co I* 9«
United R R of I F 4s '.. 72% ..;
Vallejo, Benecla and Napa V R R Ba 75 ..
Valley Counties Power Co 6s 10214 104
WATER STOCKS—
Marln County 60
Bprlng Valley Water Co 49 4914
GAS AND ELECTRIC! STOCKS—
City Klectrlc Co 54
N Cal Power Co Con 63
Pacific Lighting Corp pfd 7514 76
do common 66 .. ,
INSURANCE STOCKS—
California Insurance Co 83
Fireman's Fund 270 M
. M iiki:t RAILROAD STOCKS—
California 12* , "-"
Presidio 2814 ' ..
POWDER STOCKB— . - i;v'!
Giant Consolidated Co 71'! 78>i
SUGAR STOCKS—
Hawaiian Coml and Sugar Co 4014 4i' 2
Honokaa f?ugar Co :... 22-4 -'■!
Hutchlnaon Sugar Plantation K'i 19%
Kllitui'ii Sugar PlHiiatlon Co 53% 64
Makawell Sugar Co 8414
Onomea Sugar Co 64V4 '':
Paauhau SP Co ;28 "i
Union Sugar Co 70 ..
OIL STOCKS—
Amalgamated Oil Co '■'
Associated Oil Co 4914 49%
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS—
Alaska Packers' Association ...*... 'U 4 90
Cal Fruit Canners' Assn 101 l l'-
Cal Wine Association 3114 55V4
M V and Ml Tamalpala S Ity 1'"
Pao Auxiliary Fire Alarm 4 ,:■•■.'
Pacific Coast Borax Co 154
Pao Tel and Tel ptd •*- 9714
do common 3SI«
Morning salcs-8000 So PaoTfdg 4s 0614; 16,000
Spring VW 4s 9-': 2000 Key Route r>.-i 107%;
3000 Sacramento Eli 5s 103; 1000 City Eleo 5s
00',i; 1000 Oak Transit us 106; 1000 Peoples Ba
68%; 1000 do 68%; 4000 do 69; 5000 Market St
Ist (a 104; 1090 Ass'd Oil 5s 96%; 25 do WH:
15 do 49%; 100 do 4974; 60 Hutchinson 19.
Afternoon aalee-1000 People's W Is 69; 1000
Stockton (las M 106: WOO Sacramento Elec 6s
103; 1000 United Ry 4s 72%: 4<j«o do 7214: 1000
Spring V 4s 91V4; JOOO do 9114: 40 Alaska 8914:
55 Ass'd OH 49%: 100 do, buyer 6. at 6014; 100
Makawcll 6314: 10 Onomea 65; 30 Paauhau 28%.
CHICAGO GRAIN
Special eervlce to Tho Herald by J. C. Wll
eoa, member Chicago board of trade. New
York stock cxchar.ue and San F'ranclaco bond
and stock exchange. 312 West Fifth street.
Los Angeles.
CHICAGO, March IS.—Nervous, choppy and
altogether unreliable and erratic market with
in narrow limits today. Much crop damage
news, but few orders to back them up. Local
support has been by far beet all day. Some
Increasingly bearish, but short sellers covered
on bulges numberless times and are afraid to
■tand out for much punishment. Illinois and
Indiana have been added to Kansas as con
taining districts where winter killing has
worked more, or less loin. 8u reports from
both states, however, has been Interspersed
with very good reports. The Modern Miller
In a measure confirms the claims of crop'
damage. In many sections, principally the Mi -
sissippi valley states and Kansas and Ne
braska. Trade continues to note the poor de
mand for cash wheat, the continued large
shipments to primary markets and poor (lour
trade Three largo mills at Kansas City re
ported shut down last night, and others run
ning on half time, as warehouses are full of
flour which is unsalable.
Wholesale commission houses have been un
loading corn heavily and steadily all day.
Much of the selling has been for May. but all
months suffered some. Shorts have been ex
cellent buyers, but have found it not nt all
difficult to supply their wants. Cash demand
has been very poor. The weather is much
milder, and this Is expected to make some
trouble for handlers east and west.
As In corn, there has been much liquidation
of oats by longs, much selling In a hedging
way by cash concerns. Treasure on the mar
ket has been considerable. Shorts and two of
the local elevator concerns have been best
buyers.
Provisions have been nervous, choppy, with
rather small market and altogether unsatis
factory. Trade pretty much nt sea. Consid
erable covering by shorts and unloading by
longs. Market had limited capacity for ab
sorbing offers or supplying demand. Hog re
ceipts were sensationally short; less than half
those of corresponding day last year, but new
buyers of product were few and not disposed
to follow bulge*. Larger longs were best sell
ers on opening bulge.
Market Ranges
WHEAT— Open. - High. Low. Clou,
May n.l2Ti J1.1274 $1.12V4 *112*
July 1.0714. i-OTJi i™* IM*
September 1.05 1.05 1.0494 1.04 V,
COKN— .« .« .« .«
May M •«• •f'2 ■6S
July , <*•( .651* .6494 .64%
September «H4 -6."' 7» .65Vi ■«'*
May™" 4494 .44»4 .43-4 .43*
July W. .42* .4114 .41%
September 8974 -3974 -30V. .MH
Mai 511*" 23.87V4 26.0214 t!.m4 25.96
July ■ B.H 25.9714 25.75 25.95
(September 25.70 • 25.70 25.50 25.55
May^" 14.15 14.2" 14."5 14.124
July 13.97H 14.0214 1387H 13.9S
September 13.90 13-95 y 13.80 13.90
M IBS 13.63 13.7214 18. fit 13.70
July '" u.tnt 13.45 13.35 13.4214
September 13.85 13.37% U.J7V4 18.4214
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour easy;
Rye—No. 2, 79e>80c. Barley—Feed or mixing,
67<SJ59c; fair to choice malting. 63669. Flax
seed—No. 1 southwestern, $2.15; No. 1 north
western, $2.26. Clover seed, »12. Mess pork,
per bbl., [email protected] Lard, per ton lbs., $14.8214.
Short ribs sides (loose), $13.25. Short clear
sides (boxed). $13.6214.
Dally movement of produce:
Receplts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 84,100- 17,800
Wheat, bushel 96.000 32,400
Corn, bushels 335,300 277,200
Oats, bushels 453,400 173.900
Rye, bushels '. 2.000 7.M0
Barley, bushels 215,000 • 47,900
COFFEE AND SUGAR
NEW YORK, March 18.—Coffee dull, net
2 points higher to 6 points lower. Sales were
8260 bags. Closing quotations: March, 6.80 c;
April, 6. »se; May, 6.90 c; June, 7cr July, Au
gust. ■ September, October and November,
7.10 c; Deoember, 7.15 c: January, 7.16 c; Febru
ary, 4.17 d. ' Spot coffee quiet. Mild quiet;
Cordova, Vii'-",..
Sugar Raw steady: Muscovado, Sit test.
3.86 c; centrifugal, !*i test, 4.36 c; molasses
sugar, ■ lest, 3.61 c. Refined steady; crushed,
5.90 c; granulated, 6.25 a.
PRODUCE RECEIPTS
ABOVE CONSUMPTION
BUTTER MARKET GROWING UN
STEADY
Increased Supply of Strawberries and
Raspberries—Hotels Eager Buy.
ers for Tourist Patrons.
Fish Are Plentiful
Predicted reduction in the wholesale price.
of butter by the produce exchange this week
failed to be verified, despite the fact thai re
ceipts have been far above normal for several
4sys. Receipts yesterday were 29,116 pounds.
Th" butter market is unsteady.
Demand continues strong for egßs, while
receipts are dally more than 600 cases. No
change in quotations.
Northern fresh cheese* declined to lc a
pound, 11. drop of I cents for the week.
Mexican Bermuda onion were received yes
terday, celling at 12 [email protected] 78 a crate.
One hundred and thirty-three crates of
strawberries and a c * crates 01 raspberries,
the first or the latter to put in an appear
ance on thi mark.-t, were reported. Straw
berries sold at i:'.'-/i:. cents per basket and
were of medium quality, while the raspber
ries sold at 40 cents per basket. Prices on
Rome Beauties advanced about 25 cents per
box.
All kinds of flsli In liberal supply.
Receipts of produce were: Kggs, 6.11 cases;
butter, 29.116 pounds; cheese. 2:177 pounds; po
tatoes, (88 sacks; onions, 798 sacks; beans, 4 ,
sacks.
Produce Prices
Following are th« Dally Market Reporter
and exchange board wholesale quotations:
EGGS Local ranch candled, extra so
lected, j7c; local ranch, candled, 25c; local
ranch, rase count, buying price, 22c.
BUTTER — California creamery, extras, 2
lb roll, 6214 c; do firsts, 2-11). roll, 60c:
eastern creamery, extras, 60ci cooking
22c; ladle. lie,
CHEESE—Northern fresh, 18c; large An
chor 21c; Young America, Anchor, 21c;
hand Anchor. 22c; Oregon Daisy, 21c; east
ern singles, 19{{20c; eastern Twins, 20&21 c;
eastern Daisies, Sic; eastern Long Horn,
•>lc- eastern Cheddars, 20®21c; imported
Swiss, 30©31o; Jack cheese, 23c: domestic
Swiss, He; cream brick, 20c; limburger, 20
@21c; Roquefort, 38©40 c; Edam, |809;
Canadian cream, box, 11.
BEAKS—No. 1 pinks, |S.SB9l.<oj No. 1
llmas, »4.75; No. 1 Lady Washington, 14.60;
No 1 small whites. [email protected]; No. 1 black
eyes, $4.50r<j>4.75; No. 1 bayous, »6.50; No.
1 Garvanzas, $4.50; No. 1 lentils. California.
17
POTATOIJS— cwt, $1,131.35: Lorn
poc, II 65&1-76; Watsonvllle, II.4001.60; Oregon
Burbanks. |1.60©1.60 i Oregon Early Rose, 12;
Oregon White Rose, $1.76®1.90: Salinas, 11-858
1.75; White Rose, 12; yellow sweets, $4; white
sweets, lI.SO 03; red sweets. 12.26.
ONIONS —Northern Australian brown,
cwt.' ll.7loi.IB; Nevadas, $2.26j Oregon,
$J.im; garlic, lfi 10c Ib.
FRESH FRUlTS—Apples— Bellefteurs, 4
tier, 11.4801.60; 4 ',4-tler. 11.1001. IH
tier 11.75; fall Pippins, 11.50; 4H-tler.
$1.26; Greenings. $1.60; 4i,4-tler, »1.35: 4
tler Hoovers, 12.50; Colorado Jonathan,
11.(901; White Winter Pearmalns, 4-tler,
$1 50©1.75; 4',4-tlcr, Il.ll01.ll! red Pear
main!, 4-tler, 11.50; 4<(,-tler, $1.30; Smith's
cider 4-tlcr. $1.(10; 4>i-tler. $1.25; Ben Da
vis. Colorado, 11.(101.It) Newton Pippins,
4-tler $1.60; Missouri Pippins, Col. $1.75;
4.. tier Cal. $1.25; 4-tler Cal. $1.50; Lang
ford's, 4-tl'r. $1.60: 4H-tler, $1.25; Rome
Beauties, 11.1002.11) Spltzenbergs. 4-tler,
$1.85; Canon, $1.75©J; Wlnesaps, Cot $235;
4-tler Cal. $1.75: 1 ' -tier <'al. $1.25.
BERRlKS—Strawberries, fancy, box, 12tt»
ISc.
CITRUS — Seedless grapefruit, $2.7608;
eeedllngs, Hi fancy lemons. [email protected];
choice, 11.1001. fanvy navel oranges.
$1 02.15; tangerine oranges, '4-box, $1.50
5M.75; Valencia oranges, fancy, $2.50®3;
limes, 20-lb. box. $1.25.
TROPICAL FRUlTSßananas, Ib. 10
4'4c: do red, lb. 6c; Fard dates, lb. [email protected];
do Golden, Ib. "Vie; do Persian, 1-lb. pkß.
7'/4®Bc; alligator pears, doz. $6; pineap
ple?. 815 7-. .
FRUlTS—Winter Nellis pears, picking
boxes, 51 '■">'•< -: casabas, crate, Moli
Christmas melons, $3; imported grapes, bbl.
$8; guavas, basket, 6c; pomegranates, 10c;
persimmons, crate, $125'!! 1.75.
VEGETABLES—Artichokes, doz.,- $1; aspar
agus, Hi r.f/8c; Brussels sprouts, 10c lb;
Bell peppers. Florida, lb. 40 ©450; beets,
doz bunches, 30835 c; string beans, lh., 17®20c;
green cabbage, sack. 1101.25; do reb, b.
3c; carrots, doz. bunches, 25c; cauliflower,
crate, 11.2101. celery, rout, doz. 75c;
do, crate, $3.00; cucumbers, dozen, $1.50;
(S3; corn husks, cut. lb. 10c; do uncut, lb.
Sc; egg plant, 20®300 lb; leeks, doz. 35c;
horseradish, 12c lb. ; oyster plant, Sr>®4oo doz:
lettuce [email protected]$l crate; peas, 7S>llc Ib;
parsley, doz. 25c; parsnips, doi. 40c; Crim
son winter rhubarb. $1.2501.50; spinach,
doz. 20c; young onions, doz. [email protected]; turnips,
doz. bunches, [email protected]; Mexican tomatoes,
crate. $2.25.
DRIED FRUITS —Apples, evaporated, lb.
Stride; apricots, lh. [email protected]; loose figs,
white, box. $1.60; do black, box, $1.35; do
Imported, lb. 169118 c; currants, [email protected];
peaches, lb. 5%<3!8c; pears, lb. [email protected];
plums, lb. 12% c; nectarines, Ib. 7%[email protected]
Prunes —20-30s, Il'sl2c; 30-40s. 8c; 40-50s,
7Hc; 60-609, 6c; 60-7 OS, «c; 70-SOs, 614 c; 80
--90s. 6c; 90-1008, 4c.
RAISINS —2-crown, loose. BO'lb. box, lb.
41.1; 3-crown, 6c; 4-crown, 5%c; 2-crown
London layers, 20-lb. box. lb. $1.15; 3-crown,
$1.25; 4-crown. $1.60; 6-crown, $1.85; Sul
tanas, bleached, lb. 9®llc: do unbleached,
lb. 3Vsc*; seeded raisins. 16-oz. pkß. [email protected]
7%c; do 12-oz. pkg. 6V4®«Hc.
NUTS — Almonds, fancy IXL, lb. 17®18c;
do Ne Plus Ultra, lb. 16c; brazils, [email protected];
cocounuts, [email protected]$l; chestnuts. [email protected]; fil
berts, lb. 14W15c; hickory, lb. 8c; pecans,
XX, Ib. ISHOi do XXX. Ib. I 60; do
XXXX, lb. 17c: eastern peanuts, lb. [email protected];
do California, lb. [email protected]; do Japan, lb. 614
©7c; do Spanish, shelled. No. 1. lb. 10c;
plnenuts, 20c; walnuts, No. 1, S. S. lh. [email protected]
15c; do No. 2. lb. 10c; do Jumbos. [email protected];
do budded, IS® 20c; popcorn, eastern, cwt.
$3.60; do local, cwt. [email protected]
RlCEFancy Honduras (Carolina! $6.75;
do choice Honduras (Carolina) $6©6.50;
Japan grades, $3,754*4; Island, $.60; broken
$3.50.
HONEY —Extracted, water white, lb. 19
7V4c; extracted, white, 7c; extracted, light
amber, [email protected]«.c; comb, water white, 1-lb.
frames, [email protected]: white, 1-lb. frames. [email protected]
16c; light amber, 1-lb. frames, [email protected];
beeswax, lb. 30c.
LIVESTOCK —Packers pay f. o. b. Los
Angeles for beef steers, SHo; beef heifers,
4%©5 c: beef calves, 5M;c; mutton, wethers,
[email protected]; ewes, $5®5.25; lambs, &%c;
hogs. 10c.
POULTRY — Large dressed turkeys, lb.
27c; do small, lb. 2."> c; large live. Ib, 240;
do small live. lb. 22c: large hens, 4 lbs. up.
lb. 20c; small, 8% to 3 14 lbs. 18c; broilers,
I>J to 2 lbs. 28c; friers. 214 to 3 lbs. 23c;
roast chicken, lb. 20c; duck, lb. 19c; geese,
lb. 18c; squabs, doz. $1.50; old roosters, lb.
10c.
CHILI —Evaporated, strings, lb. [email protected];
loose. Ib, 17c; Mexican black, Ib. I 80; green,
lb. [email protected]; chill teplns, lb. $125; Japan,
16c.
II \V (Baled) —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, small bales, $13.60; straw, $10
" Hay prices to the trade: Barley hay, $18;
wheat hay $18; tame oat hay, $20; volun
teer hay. $13; alfalfa, small bales, $15;
straw $12>
StraW> $12 Retail Price.
Eggs, dozen ■• **>
Best butter, per pound ..350
Beef, per pound [email protected]
Pork, per pound • 2O(tt3Oc
Lamb, per pound [email protected]
Sausage, per pound [email protected]
Ham, per pound, whole 22c
Ham, per pound, sliced 35c
Barracuda, halibut, rock cod and yellow
tall, per pound 100
Salmon, sand dabs, pound 200
Herring and smelts, pound 150
Oysters, quart 600
Hens, pound 270
Fryers, pound 360
Rabbits, pound Mo
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHIOAOO, March IS.—Cattle—Estimated re
ceipts, 1500 head. Market strong to 10c high
er. Beeves, $5.60(63.75; Texas steers, |[email protected]>>-30;
weltarn steers, $v«(i.xii: stackers and feeders,
13.76(316.75; cows and heifers, [email protected]; calves,
«.85©10.
Hogs—Estimated receipts, 11.000 head. Mar
ket 10W15C higher. Ijlght, [email protected]; mixed.
»10.66iifJl; heavy, $10.60©11.0fp; rough, 110.60®
10 16; good to rholi'e heavy, [email protected]; pigs,
»[email protected]; bulk of sales at [email protected]
Si |i BiatlmcUd receipts, 6000 head. Mar
ket steady. Native, 16.8508.M; western, $5.35®
R.SO; yearlings. $sfa9.lo; native lambs, $8.50(61
10; western lambs, J9©10.35.
PACIFIC COAST HOPS
IiIVKRPOOI* March IS.—Hopg in London:
l'acitlo coast dull at £656, : : v-.\
First Exclusive Private Wire House on the Pacific Coast
J. C. WILSON
■EMBER NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANOB
CHICAGO BOARD OF TRADE
TILE STOCK AND BOND KXCIIANGE. 8. F.
CORRESPONDENTS
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HOTEL DEL COKONADO, Coronado
MILLS 1«( U.IHNG. -inn Francises
PAI.ACK HOTEL, San Francisco
Open December 15.
Pasadena Clients Will Get Instantaneous Service by;
Calling Home 119
B. G. LATHROP, Manager
TELEPHONES— 3798 ,
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CLEARING HOUSE FANKS
" NAME omcEna.
C, _ , 8. F. ZOMBKO, President.
...lux National Bank jamf.s b. gist. cuoier.
Capital. $300,000.
P. B. corner Fourth anfl Broadway. Surplus and CnillvUM ProflU. »»VW«.
..jw y tsank & 7 rust Company A . w , redman, cashier.
Capital. $2(0,000.
108-810 Broadway. Bradbury bulldlnr Burplua & Undlvldi-d Profits. $226,000.
United States National Bank V BAw- smith!"c*»hi«.' *"'"'"
Capital. 1200.000.
w 9. E. corner Main and Commercial. Bur|;lu- and Profits. >71,00f.
C. Bank X J. w. woods, cuuur.
• i\ationai Bank ffa. w. woods, cuhiar.
Capital. $1,000,000.
8 W. corner Third anil Main. Surplus. UOO.OOO.
Commercial lMationai Bank A IiU.N i .\UE, Preildent.
cmmeixiai iNational Bank newman Essidt c«»hiar.
Capital. $200,000.
«»1 B. gprlng. earner Fourth. BarplJn and Undivided Profits. lO.W*.
F_ _ _ , »t • it> , I. '.V. HSLLMAN, President.
armers & Merchants National Bank chari.es skvi.er. caswar.
Capital, ti.900,000.
rorner Fourth anil Main. Burplns and Profits, $1,900.08*.
hi Z~, "■ 7~T, , j M ELLIOTT. President.
!_ -:st I\a lonal Bank w t. b. iiammond. udia.
fi" Capital Btock. $1,260,000.
I c. E. corner Second and Bprlnir. Bu Ins »nd Prollts. $1.62>.00a.
, i^ '• , ... ~, W. hT~HCjI7IiDAV. Preside*!.
erchants National Bank "has. greens, ca.nur.
Capital $200,000.
B. E. corner Third and Spring. Surplus & Undivided Fronts HIO.OP.
ilational Bank of California h e m-kee, caahtar.
11l Capital, $600,000.
II ST. E. comer Fourth and Spring. Surplus and Undivided Proflta, |Ha.wti
LOS ANGELES SAVINGS BANKS
—gECURITY —,
1 Savings RANK I
I Largest and Oldest in Southwest
source, $28,000,000,001
I rays the highest rate* of Interest and on the most liberal terms consistent ■
I with sound, conservative hanking.
m Money to Loan on Improved Real Estate
I Security Building Spring and Fifth Street* |
EERNAN AMEMUUi IAVIHCS BANK
uimmutmm THE. BANK WITH THE m^fm^
EFFICIENT SERVICE.,
X Jf*flgNG AN to FOURTH STS, m
FRUIT MARKET
SAN FRANCISCO, March 18.—Apples—
Fancy, TleMl; common, Mftto.
Oranges—Navels, $1.2D®2.ii0.
Mexican limes, [email protected]
Lemons—Common California, $191.25; food
to choice, »[email protected]; fancy, [email protected]
Tropical fruits—Bananas, TM#Pi pineap
ples, *2(52.50.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
NEW YORK, March 18.—Evaporated apples
firm; spot, fancy, 10'iWllc; choice, 9®9V4c;
prime, MtQTVto; common to fair, 6Q6%c.
Prunes steady: California up to 30-40s, 2%'S
9Uc; Oregons, 6®70.
Apricots steady; choice, 10%@llc; extra
choice, ll',[email protected]; fancy, 12®13c.
Peaches about steady; choice, 6',J®Mic; *x *
tra choice, «%®VAe; fancy, 7'i'!?.7«4c.
Raisins quiet; loose muscatels, 3«iSf">%c;
choice to fancy seeded. 6«f6\c; seedless, 3H©
i%c; London Layers, [email protected]
BANK CLEARINGS
NEW YORK, March 18.— Bradstreet's bank
clearings report for the week ending March 17
shows an aggregate of $3,697,888,000, as against
$3,257.503,000 last week and $2,7:9,148,000 In the
corresponding week last year. Following Is a
list of the cities:
Inc. Deo.
New York 12.248,700.000 38.8 ....
Chicago 205,357,000 12.0
Boston 165,971,000 10.3
Philadelphia 175,120,000 48.5
St. Louis r... 77.231,000 15.5
Kansas City 55.067.000 17.5 ....
Plttsburg 47,868,000 27.6
San Francisco 48,813,000 22.7
Baltimore 80,895,000 23.2
Cincinnati 27,375,000 6.3
Minneapolis 20,487.000 20.00 ....
New Orleans 19.821,000 M.I
Cleveland 18,221,000 27.9 ....
Detroit 19.153.000 43.3 ....
Omaha 19,238,000 17.1 ....
Los Angeles 18,886,000 2,1.6
Seattle 13,9W.«X> 20.6 ....
Denver 10,147,000 8.3
Portland, ore 13,336.000 39.0 ....
Salt Lake City 6.211.(«W Hi ....
Tacoma 6,693,000 7.(1
Spokane, Wash 5.080,000 .33.8
BRADSTREET'S REVIEW
NEW YORK, March 18.-Bradstrocts to
morrow will say:
Trade Irregularity Is still manifest, but re
ports tu> a whole uhow a Btlll further improve
ment due to the advance of spring. There Is
little disposition to deny that trade is con
siderably better tluui v year ago, a period
also of waiting tr.ide and far In excess «f
this time two years ago. A better business has
developed In finished steol lines, specifications
on bar», tubes, tin plate, sheets and wire
aro heavy and new business in structural steel
is very good.
Business failures In the United States for
the week ending with March 17 were 208.
against 2SO last week. 223 in the like week of
IKS 303 in 1508, 157 in 1007 and 170 in 1906.
Business failures In Canada for the week
number 23, ugnlnst 36 last week and 32 in
this week of 1909.
Wheat, including flour, exports from the
United States and Canada for the week end
ing March 17 aggregate 1,281,001 Bushels,
agulnst 1.679.433 last week and 1,864,013 this
week last year. For the thirty-sevon weeks
•ndlnt M'ncli 17 exports are 111,886,717 bush
els, afalnit 14J.06fi.H5 in the corresponding
period last year.
Corn exports for the week are 1,097,243 bush
els, against 1,022,50ta last week and 803,8ns In
11)09. For tho thirty-seven . weeks ending
March 17 corn exports are 20.760.526 bushels,
against 22,766,028 last year.
DUN'S WEEKLY REVIEW
NEW YORK, March 18.— R. O. Dun & Co.'s
weekly review of trade tomorrow will say.
In spite of a number of abnormal, puzzling
and disturbing developments the volume of
business Is large and steadily expanding as
the spring season opens and wetaher condi
tions Improve. The expansion noted In Iron
and steel continues chiefly in finished mate
rials. The railroads are replenishing old
equipment and activity In the structural di
vision is a prominent feature of the situation.
Slightly Improved conditions are noted In the
footwear market, although no particular ac
tivity exists, the disturbing element between
buyer and seller still being the Question of
.prices. ' , . „.-\.j;;--n
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IHHHQP.oorry, Imt w<> can't makel^H VS
jjfß^ you a loan unless you give
Jff us real estate «ecurlty." Did Bk
Mr you' ever hear It, you commercial «
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II to row money on your noteoosr s mM
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%ALL NIMnUXJ
S^yy OTII AND SPRING. 368 %jfljj&r
The Woman's Bank
Special Department and Attendant for
Woman's Business.
I,<i» Angele* Trust and Saving! Bank,
Central Bide., Sixth and Main.
Bay San Diego Horns
Telephone StocK
Nets 10%
Fielding J. Stilson Co.
Sos 11. W. mrr.i.MAN- HLDG.
A264T. Mmln 101.
FLOUR AND FEED
Following are the wholesale prices on flour
and feed, furnished by the Globe mills;
FAMILY FLOUR
\I flour, per bbl • J0.60
Al flour retails 'sl.B6 »4 and 9So H sack.
Globe flour, per bbl >B.M
Globe flour retails *1.90 'A and fl H sack.
Silver Star flour, per bbls |8.00
XXX flour, per bbl 15.40
Eighth bbls. Ma per bbl. higher.
BAKERS' FLOUR-Fer bbl.-
Globe - »-89
Eastern graham — 4 6.80
Eastern whole wheat _ 6.80
Eastern rye 6.09
Bakers" Al ■» 6.20
Bakers' Magnolia -... 8.19.
Bakers' Pastry - 5.90
MEALS AND CEREAL. GOODS—
10 lbs. 26 lbs. CO lbs.
Al flour 13 80 1.... *....
pastry flour 3.60
Graham Hour 3.60 5.45 S.«O
Corn meal. W. and V 2.50 2.76 2.70
Whole wheat flour 3.60 3.65 3.60
Rye flour 3.80 3.75 3.70
Cracked wheat 4.10 4.05 4.00
Farina ••■• «-10 *•<"> 4.000
Wheat flakes, per sack of 60 lbs „... 1.90
do per bbl. of 125 lbs., net ..... 6.00
GRAIN AND FKED
-1010 lbs.
Wheat, No. 1 « *J.IS
do 100-lb. sack, No. 1 2.20
Corn 185
Cracked corn 1.90
Feed meal 1 98
Rolled barley 1.60
Seed barley 1.60
Shorts ISO
East, willow charcoal 2.00
Bran, heavy 1.65
Kaffir corn, red 1.80
Oil cake meal 2.t»
White Oats 185
Ky> seed 2.10
Egyptian corn, white 1.85
BrratOß food 2-20
Granite frit 70
Chick feed 8.70
Cracked wheat 2.35
BOSTON WOOL MARKET
BOSTON, March 18.—Th» Commercial Bul
letin will say of the wool market:
With Increased buying of wools suitable for
carded woolens there Is a better feeling In tM
market, and some leading houses report a
larger business than baa been record for
two months. California northern la selling
freely at MQM cents scoured, white and dif
ferent kinds of medium clothing territory »r»
moving at ti::vi»H cents and staple territory la
reduced to [email protected] cents. ''ho shipment of
wools in Boston to March 17, inclusive, were
46,011,772 pounds, against 53.91t,MU for th«
same last year. . Receipts \v<t« 67.675,051
founds, .against H.MMN last »•«.«.
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