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BEARS ALARMED
BY SUDDEN RISE
Purchases Made to Bulwark the
Speculators Who Are Caught
Short on Stocks
TRUST INFLUENCES DEPRESS
Delayed Decisions in Tobacco
and Oil Cases Cause De
crease in Activities
NKW YORK, Afiil 12.- The action of
the stock market today ivaa >*.
with curiosity and some anxiety for In
dications of the wider < ffects ">t !
day's action of the supreme court and
the effect it will have in delaying the
final settlement of the anti-trust law
cases .
It was evident that the violent rise in
prices yesterday had brought Into the
market large selling orders both for
),,,!!,,■ and foreign ai i ount. SI li
■lde v. Ith these was an Influx of fur
ther buying orders. The latter were
believed to he largely for «]■..■ short ac
count, tin 1 bears becoming alarmed over
the sudden rise of pri< ■
The toning down of the first effects
of tin- supreme court's action was due
to the more conservative view taken of
its effect by the financial and business
community' at large than by the slock
market element.
It is believed every large corporation
will feel Itself proscribed in Itf plans
nnd in the scope of its activities until
th. questions at Issue iv the anti-trust
cases shall be definitely settled. An
decision would have been pre
ferred, therefore, to the Indefinite
ponement Involved i" the rehearing of
the cases.
Other news developments were or
mixed effect. Tlw n sort to arbitration
of the parties to the New Fork Central
wage dispute was confirmatory >•( the
confidence that labor troubles would
find a settlement without wide-,
strikes this year.
The prospects of agreements in the
•oft coal mining controversies dei ;
this convii Hon.
The public pronouncements of the ex
ecutive h< ads Of the United States St-el
corporation and the Amalgamated Cop
per company, professing satisfaction
with trade i onditlons, sei mcd to be
taken v Itl n erve.
President Ryan's hopeful analysis oi
the copper trade conditions encountered
IHng price of copper metal in that
market, and Chairman Gary 1* Incl
> reference to the falling ofl In
unfilled orders on hand to be shown
■,t the beginning of the new q
i much att. ntlon as his claim
rising seal.- of orders in the i ur
p nt business of the corporation.
There was perceptible a moderated
, onfldence in pn diction* of an increase
In the next dividend on United States
Bonds were Irregular. Total sales,
par value, $I.«TT.'«»!-
United States bonds were unchanged
on call.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Special itrvlce to Th« Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, I»s Angeles, mem
ber New York tocli ':..-..,■ rhteago beam
of trade, stock and bond exchange of , pan
Francisco.
NEW YORK. April 12.-Followlng were the
quotations today:
Kales. Btock. Hl«h. bow. BM. Ask.
100 Allls-Chalm. r ... 104 I'''3 10% "
800 do preferred . 88H 3>m 3814 3!|4
32,800 AmalK Con "'■'. ~3** "3l * '"'"
900 Am. r Beet Sugar. 3s*i 3S 371* 3SV4
do preferred ■■ I'li's i'u
Goo \in. r Can ''<> ... "'4 '14 11 "Vi
1,600 do preferred 78 7r,4 75 7.,' 4
1,100 Am Car and l';ry .Mi 641* 64 i.4' 4
200 do preferred 115 ir. 11l U7' a
100 Ami r ' nil ii Oil .. phi M_H iW** ''
,!., preferred
Amer Express .■ - ■• *-~5 -'"'
800 Amer Ice Sm.nr ... 27 26\ ZG»4 -;
Amer Limited .. .. n '''■*
""it'iO ilo prefi ! SS :1S 37 BS4
1,100 Am Locomotive .. 6-^i S2 C'- 1 ■ *'- i
iln I
17,500 Am fmli and Hfs. 83«4 M% s'^» s;''*
80S do preferred lot; 1* iii|i i(ll< '":
SIX) Am-r Pugar 123 \ 123 123 124
lo iirer-rre.l 12 1-1
Amer Stee:] 1" Irs. . .'1 DS
000 Am Tfl enij Tcl..lS7'i JB6« 1-'7U 127'j
800 Amer Tnb ffd .. !'73 t 97 SHI !<7' ;
am Amer Woolen a? 364 "'"« 37
l.<ix> do preferred lUOH mis lL" I'". 1'!
3,700 Anaconda 40 -)i T, 14«4 45
800 Atlantic C Line...130 !3K!n 159 l-''si
17.2i'0 AT & Santa I-V..11H4 113 113 lla'i
200 Halt A; Ohio lll'i 111 111 I""*
00 <1'» preferred ML 4 I*lU i'l !l-
I! !O0 II R 1 7ST» '% TS'i 7s- 1,
400 Canadian 183 lv:% l'- r-s l y:''
5.100 O X (> ROfi Sfl H Wl
200 i- & a r.l n -■' r.i
400 U& G w new :m :;■>■.; ss 2«» i
400 tin preferred M 54 f,4 r.ii
1,(100 C.Vn \v IMS IM'j IS3 HI.
B.SOO Cm& Rt P 143% HL'r '» Hi 1* 143
200 .1 . preferred I'^'i JT.S 1S« l.'v'j
3,f1i10 Central Leather .. 4--'H 4 41% 42' i 42'j
200 do preferred lOTTi 1079 i 107^ ins
Cent .if N J 2s: 300
C C C & Bt L S7>4 si
do preferred 100 ]ln
800 Colorado V and 1. 40' i ¥'\i 3MV4 -I" 1i
do prefer! ]13'« H'^
100 '•< lutnbi iH C « I 13% 13' il3 H
100 Colorado Bouthurn . ■■. SS'i 50H 60
do Ist preferred .... 79 Sfl
llu 2'l preferred 77H> 78Vi
3,800 Coii?olldate.l Qa»..143*4 142, ICS 143
200 Corn Product! Va i"\ I"'., 1714
pOO do preferred 7M-j 7i 7S'|. SO
300 Del & Hudson ...1733 4 17; f'» 171 173
""joou&ko 41 n 4014 40%
.
200 do preferred TSli 7.'- 1, 7s 78
Diamond Matrh ]"" 10014
TOO DUtillli:K Becur ..81', 3H4 31' i 32
I>uluth »S i- 14 U,
dv preferred 2«i 2S
1,700 Erie Sl"'l* 2!*H -'.''i 2:''-.
100 'In Ist preferred. 4s»i 4s^, 4v<. is%
do 2d preferred.. .. .. 3s 3S' a
200 General Eluctrlo ..ir,« 151 151 lM',
1,400 at Northern Ore.. G844 t;7>i f.7 OS
3,900 do preferred 13« Vi I"«>U' H.VH 13014
... Illinois Central ■■■.•:
2,200 Inttrboro-Metro ... 22% il'U -™'» L:"i
100 do preferred 5S r.7' 4 ;.7'i G7"»
200 [nti mat Papei ... 13', 13' il3 l-;j
do preferred 62 U
SOO Intern it I'ump ... 40»i K% 48 17
.' do preferred .... _ sl_ >•'>
200 lowa Centra! 23'{ £314 '•'-** 23
400 do preferred 43H il>4 (l^ 42' i
1.000 li C Southern 1 .... Xi "1% -o~i P.i
100 do preferred 6t;"a 6i; 7a 66' i t;7
i, a & Western 20 22
do prefotred S8 <''"
i.loo l & ."•■ 151' i IW>4 ivi 13u>4
Slackay P9 I* 1
ICO do prefelTel 77 77 7'i 77
Manhattan .. 131 IM
100 Mexican Central .. 27' i 27' i "714 -*
200 Minn & St 1. 32-, IS 1*!, 50 W
M Si T> A 8 8 M.. . 189 131' li
do preferred . 148 1f.2
""J.6OOMK&T .. .. 4i' 5 41H 41 41«4
X do preferred .. 71% 73
!(« Missouri Pacific .. n:.r; ii:ir-, eii't 69%
too National l-i'n.l .... 82V« S3 Bl>4 R'. 1
100 do preferred .. . 10S 108 107 Vi 10S14
FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
CARLOAD SHIPMENTS
OF CITRUS FRUITS
<*> Shipments of oranges and lemons •?•
& from I»» Argelen Wat unlay and Nun- ®
<f> liny April 9 ami 10. were 188 rarltuui* >£
<$ of ..raiißf" and 24 <»f lemons. Total «<> <j>
3, date (here have been shipped 14.881 ••"•
A rarload*, of wlileh mo,' were lemons. «
<*, l.n«t eeaaoa to <lni«- there were ship- ®
. D«d 17,413 carl. art-, of which 011 ■«■
<*> were lemon"- . . . .
, . . , .......... i-. • • ■■'■K-r
i
i
;
. National BiaeuH I™ '««
do preferred 121 1234
N V Air Brake H M< <
W,JW N V Central lW* 122% 1"1'« IMH'I
100 N V C & St 1 59 »9 * i*4 r '-'4
... do let preferred .. I'm HO
500 do 2d preferred.; ss% 854 S2(i s:
3fvl vvvii ,v Hart.ls6 1."'.-. 153 1J«
400 v V Oni « \V.... 454 45% 45 -154
2.4'J0 Norfolk & We5t...104 1034 103* i 103H
do preferred •• !HI
600 North American .. 774 T6'» 764 ~"
3,400 No Pae x-dv 1%..134 ISS4 133 1334
Omaha 14:' JJ*
lo preferred . ... 1*" '"'
Pacific Coast 110 11l
Kin Pacific [all 31 DO* 30 304
28,900 Pcnna RH C 0.... 136% 138»4 13ii 13ii4
BdO Peoples Qss 11l IW4 110H JWM
300 Pltt.sbunr Coal ... 214 204 2"4 21
'It. preferred "3 *5
1,000 P CC* St L....103 102 l'> 2 1"2T»
do preferred 11* H«
joo Pressed Steel Car. 44 43% 43", 44
,lo preferred „ .. 101 Mi I"'1
100 Ky Sieel Spsts Co.. 42 42 41 42*4
do preferred 1014 105
87. <■■• Reading lfi"4 lrt-"'T* I"6 les^
WO do Ist preferred. 02 92 ■'i 92Vi
300 do 2d preferred.. 1034 1034 Ii 106
1.0110 Republic 8 an 1 I. 38 374 37% 37%
4<lo do preferred .... IB] 100% 1004 101
B.OHO Rock Island Co .. AVi 47 47 474
100 do preferred 914 »m 914 924
81os« Bhi f s ami I .. .. 76 W
81 L. A BF I*l I'M .. .. 68 71
100 do 2.1 preferred.. 50 M IS '"
St I, * siv :<". »Vi
100 do preferred 7:4 7.14 73% n*
19.1100 Southern Pacific ..126% 125* 135* 1254
700 Southern Railway. 2S 27% 274 i'%
100 do preferred U% MTi «1 634
Tennessee. Copper.. .. •- 30% Sl4
400 Texas Pacific 31% 314 314 31*4
Third Aye 7 8
WO Toledo St L & W. 4Mb 43% 41 434
do preferred ■• 64 66
Twin City X T 1144 IU
Union B and Papr .. .. 9 10
do preferred -■ 64 66
63.600 Union Pacific ....157% MM* 1814 W-Si
do preferred 97% 9s
100 United Uls of S F37 37 364 37
do preferred .. f"1 ' 66
100 I) S Cast Irn Pipe 24 24 22 M
100 do preferred . .. 724 724 '■'- 74
6"0 I' 8 Rubber 444 44 4:1% 44
400 do Ist preferred.ll6% jifii^ 115% w>i
do 2d preferred.. .. I*l ii
200,600 is Steel Cor ls% M* X X ST.4
4.100 do preferred 122 1204 1214 l:;s
2>« Utah Copper .. 47' 47 |.;\ 47
2,401 va-car Chein Co.. r,9*» 5"*% 6s:li "■'
200 do preferred 1244 124 1234 1254
4>iO Wabaah 218., 214 21-% 21S
1,1 i. do preferred 47 464 464 40%
... . Well! Pariro Ex 170 180
' 100 Western Union .... 72% 72% 72 '■
1,200 Wentlnghoun . 674 <*% ':i;*« i;;
100 W&L. E 5 6 44 5
do let preferred. .. .. 9 ii
do 21 preferred M 4 5%
....'... Wisconsin Central II 63
Am HI la and Lea . 64 7
700 do preferred 38 374 37 3S
Am A«r and Chem .. .. 454 "
do preferred 994 ion
Beth St.-1 2S 31
.. . . do preferred .. .. 60
100 Nat Enamel anil S 23% 534 52 23
,1,. preferred .. M M
100 Pac Tel nnd Tel.. 364 364 364 37%
do preferred ■•' 1014
100 17 8 Realty 70 75 78* ..
S«Wnst Maryland 19* . 49% 454 ''■■'>
Total pales. 1191,(00 fhares.
NEW YORK BONDS
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wll
l=nn, 212 We»t Fifth street. I>ia Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board
rf trade, stock and bend exchange of ,«an
Francisco.
NEW YORK, April li—Following were the
cKisinß (lUotationß: Hid- Asked.
Atchls<m gen 4m WV« 98%
Atchison com- 4s 1124 114
Haltimi re & Ohio Ist 4s Ml !>»4
II It T 43 S4'i 844
Colorado Industrial fa TO
U 3 Realty 5a ss
Rock Island col 4* 79% SO4
Southern Pacific ref 4s !'4'i 85
Southern Pai Iflc col Ii WH 81
Southern Pncinc cony 4s 101" 101*
Union l'aeinc Ist 4s m» 4 100
I'nlon Pncinc cony 4.-, 1074 "I"18
i- « Steel (a 104* 1044
United Railway II 70
Wai a h deb la "l 714
Western Pacific 6a ;'-"'a 9f.%
I> & R Or. fos 924 93
Japanese 4s ')-*» !'24
Japanese Ist 44s -I'l- !)r'T»
Japanoaa Sci 44s i'"''i 954
U S 2a reg 1 1'"-". 101*
U s 2s coupon 100! 101
f8 3a r.-B'l W-4 I"3'"
r .- 2s coupon 1024 JOSH
us 4« reg 1 1144 116%
U s 4s coupon 114* 116$,
Panama Is : TO* 101
FINANCIAL RECORD
NEW YORK, April IS.—Money on call firm,
35.14 per cent; ruling rale, -'i per cent; dol
ing bid, S per cent; offered at 3>,i per cent.
Time loans very dull an I steady; sixty days
and ninety days and six months, 4x&44 per
cent.
Close.—Prime mercantile paper, 4?i'as per
cent.
Sterling exchange steady with actual busi
ness In banker*' bills at J5.45.05g4.84.20 for
sixty-day I.llls and at 11.87.61! for demand.
Commercial bills, |4.83*49*- 14.
Bar silvor, 63H0«
Mexican dollars, 14c
Honda—Governments steady, railroads Irreg
ular.
TREASURY STATEMENT
WASHINGTON, Api 12.—The condition
of the treasury at the beSTlnnlns °f business
today »a a s follows: Trust funds—Gold
coin. SSS3.BTO.SB9i silver dollars. ...
(iuo: silver dollars of IS'JO, JJ.7-s2.ooo; silver
certificate! outstanding, 1491,045,000. (ien
eral fund—Standard (liver dollars. |87J,687j
curront ilaiiiiitics. t107,54i">.-'ie; working bal
ance in treasury offices. t-'j.LM7.070; In bank
to credit of treasurer, $85,198,253; subsidiary
silver coin. 131,568,113; nor coin, $1,274,
--O- ilance m.^encriil fund, 776,720.
BANK TAKES BULLION
LONDON. April -Bullion amounting to
eUi.OOO, Including £103,000 in American
eaglet was taken Into .... Hank of England
on balance today. India bought £600,000 South
African gold due to arrive April 83.
NEW YORK COTTON
Special service 1" The Herald by .1. C. Wil
son. 13 West Fifth .street, 1..0H Anne-lea.
NEW YOKK. April 12—Cotton options opened
0 Bhaje stronger, an.l nltliouxh they reacted
around the middle of the aay, they rallied
sharply in Hi-- late Hading, particularly in the
ilay option. Transaction! were email, the
professional element assuming a waiting atti
-1 ludo,
Quotations ranged as follows: — Close—
open. Hit Low. Bid. Ask.
January 12.35 12.36 12.28 12.33 18.34
April 14.S;'. 15.01 14.78 12.98 16.00
May 14.75 14.95 14.64 14. 14.Sa '
Jun>' U. 42 11.42 11.42 14.1 14.54
July ... 14.40 14.64 14.3.". 14.5) 14.62
August 18,88 ]3.!12 13.70 13.86 13.»8
Peptember .... 13.01 12. ta 12.9S 18 00
fk-tober 1J.51 12.54 12.4 ii 12.51 12.52
November 12.35 12 17
December 12.37 12.37 12.30 12.35 12.36
il '
INCORPORATIONS
Articles uf incorporation lll«-ri with the
county eletli S'OBterdiiy are au follows:
Midway mils oil Co.; capital jooo.ooo—
v. B. Morse, J. H. I3rown6, ■'. Newman,
P, M. Dorsey, C, F". Jones, directors.
Miil'^ay View Oil company; capital 1, -
000,004— Loe C. Oaten, Thomaj Hughes, U.
.1. I. Stewart, i:. x. Bui la. N. w. Tliomp
sen, directors.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 13, 1010.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, April v l2.—Following were
the closing quotations:
MISCKI..UANHOUH BONDS— Bid. Ask.
Associated Oil Co Bs 97%
Hay Counties Power Co la .1024
Col Central Gas and Blec 5a ' 105
i.ii lias and Blec gen MACT 5s 100V4
California st Cable Co 6s 103 1 ..
California Wine Asm 5s £74 ' »•
City •ei-trlc Co :.s s7t(l
City Snctrio Co 8a 90*
Contra Costa Water Co 5s i'"',
do gen mtg la 90V4 MM
Wilson Bleo Co of L. A la 100
KHson Light and Power 6s 107%
First Federal Trust Co fis 1014
Ferries and Cliff House Ry 6a 102 .. '
Hawaiian Coml and S Ds 104 1«64
Honolulu 11 T and 1. Co fin 107
U".ke Tahoe Ry and T Co Bs 974
1.03 Angeles Elec Co 5s 1014
Lot Angeles Gas and >.: Co:* 101% '■'-'*
I.os Angeles Railway 6s 1054 1064
Ixis Angeles Lighting p.i 5a 100
l. A Pac it R Ist con mtt,- la 103&
i. A Pac R.R of Cal Be 1004
Market Street Cable 6s 103 10314
do Ry Ist con mtg 8a •.. M
Northern Ry Co of Cal la 112%
Northern Cal Power Co la l". 101
Northern Blectrli Co la 92%
Oakland Transit Co 9a 1074
Oakland Transit 6s 105 ..-
Oakland Transit Con us 104%
Oakland Traction Con 6« 9*4 99
Oakland Water Co gtd 6s 97 994
Omnibus Cable Railway ta 108*4
Pacific Oas Imp is 85 .. ,
Pacific Klectrlc Ry Co 5s 1054
Pacific Light and Power Co 55.... 984 99
Pac Light and Power «M la 98%
Pacific Tel and Tel Co 6s 99%
Park and Cliff House Ry 6s 99
Park and Ocean R R 6s 100
Peopled Water Co 6s 74T4 75
Powell Street Railway 6s 99%
Sacramento Elec Gas and Ry 6s 104
s v Oak and Pan Jose Ry 6s 107
do M mtg 6s 95
S F Oak and S J Con Ry 5s 954
S .1 and Santa Clara Co R R 4V»s. .. 90
Sierra Ry of Co] 6s 1104
S P R II of Cal 6s 1912 109
do Ist c gtd ft 6s 1154 .1
s p Branch Ry of cm 6s 124%
S P R It Co Ist rfdg 4s 95H 9'".
Stockton Gas and El Corp 6a 1094
S V Water Co gen mtg 4s 92% 924
United Oas and l-:ieo Co &s I 984
United R R of S F 4s 704 71%
Vallejo B and N r V R R 5s 75
Valley Counties Power Co 5s 101% 102%
WATER STOCKS—
Marln County 60
Spring Valley Water Co 47% 4S
AS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS—
City Electric Co 58 60
N Cal Power Co con 61 64
Pacific Lighting Corp pfd 764 ..
I 1 i-omni *n 61
INSURANCE STOCKS—
California Insurance Co 79%
Fireman's Fund ....260 276
STREET RAILROAD fcTTOCKS—
PreaMlo 45
POWDER STOCKS—
Ginnt Consolidated Co 80%
SUGAR STOCKS—
Hawaiian Coml and Sugar Co 42 43
Hnnokaa Sugar Co 25% 22
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation 19 194
Ki'.auea Sugnr Plantation Co —14 ' ..
Mnkawell Sugar Co 65
Onomea Sugar Co 534 64%
Pnnuhau s v Co 25% 29
Union Sugar Co 69%
ill. STOCKS—
Amalgamated Oil Co "5
Associated Oil Co 60%
Sterling Oil and Dcv Co 2 3%
MISCELLANEOUS STOCK -
A!a.«ka Packers' Association 914
Cal Fruit Cannera 1 Assn 1014 102%
Cal Wine Association 33% 84%
Pac Auxiliary Fire Alarm 4
Pacific Coast Bora* Co 154
Pac Tel and Tel pfd M*
do common 364
Morning sales— 1600 Peoples W la 74-',; 6000
People W .r.s 75; 1000 do 75%; 1000 do 75»i: 14,'<«
do 744; 6000 ■I 76: JOOO Pac I. and p 5s 984;
3f«>l Bo Pac rfdg 4s K\; 440 Asd Oil 50%;
i'al Wine 3.'.; 17.". Oro Water 64; 10 Onnmea .4.
75 Paauhau 25%: 30 Pac Light pfd 77; M Spring
V Water 47;.
Afternoon sales—ll.ooo Peoples I) la 76; 1000
da 75%; 2000 do 714; 5000 do 74; '■'■•'•>" do 74;
"iOO Assd (HI :,.- 974; 3"00 City Elec 5s 91: 3000
Pac i. an i P la :a1 5 Assd oil 10; 10 Cal
Wine 86; 250 Oro Water 54; 55 .1" 54%; 35 J'"'
L and P pfd 77; 225 Spring V Water •!«%.
FLOUR AND FEED
Following are the wholesale prices on flow
u:-.'i feed, furnished by the Glob* mills:
FAMILY FLOUR—
Al flour, per I.hi 1.40
Al flour retnlls at $1.80 % and 95c 4 sack.
Globe flour, per bbl $6.60
Globe flour retails at 11. % and 51 4 sack.
Silver Star flour, per bbl $6.M
XXX flour, per bbl $5.20
Eighth bbls., 20c per bbl. higher.
BAKI'HS' FLOUR-Ptr bbl.—
Globe flour 16.80
Eastern graham flour 6.80
Eastern whole wheat flour C.BO
Eastern rye flour 6.00
Bakera 1 Al flour 6.00
Bakers' MBgnolla flour 6.90
liakers" pastry flour 6.70
MEALS AND CEREAL GOODS—
10 lbs. 26 lbs. 60 lba.
Al flour WKI $.... 1....
Pastry flour 3.50 — —
Graham Hour 84) 3.35 3.30
Corn meal. W. & W. 2.50 2.75 8.70
Whole wheat flour 8.60 3.45 8.40
Rye flour 3.70 3.65 8.60
Cracked wheat 4.0(1 3.95 3.90
Farina ««0 3.95 3.90
Wheat flakes, sack M lbs I.M
do tack 125 lbs., net 5.0J
ORAJN AND FEED— 100 lbs.
Wheat, No. 1 »2.«
do Lib, sack. No. 1 2.1..;
Corn }.«
Cracked corn *•*>
Feed meal •■-••• 1.95
Rolled barley 1.50
Seed barley l-5"
Shorts 185
East Willow Charcoal 2.00
i;run. heavy J-J*
KMfilr corn, red »■»«
Oil cake meal 2.60
White oatsJJ et)
Hy.. seed \f
Egyptian corn J-«>
Scratch food *-20
Granite grit ■'''
Chick feed 2.70
Cracked wheat '■zl'
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
SAN FRANCISCO. April 12. —Family and
bakers' extra flour, |8.20&«.60; Oregon and
Washington, 16.60; shipping wheat, 11.70-£<
1.75; feed barley. 11.174 (al-22 Ms: rowing,
$1.27 Vi 1.30: red oats. *1.37' i 1.47 ¥1 ;
while, {1 17 ',4 @1.*5; middling!, >83©»B;
oatmeal, $1.20; oat groats, $4.20; rollud oats,
$.(•'» :;i- wheat hay, 111018.50; wheat and
oat jioij'lo; wild oat, $9812; tame, [email protected]
15 alfalfa. $8©12; straw, 50ii»75c; pink
beans, $4.SOfi6; lima, »4.35fj 4.45; small
white, M50®4.86; large white, $8.75©4 i
Oregon Huri.ank potatoes. 76e'uJl; Salinas
Burbankn, $1.25 31.50; green peas, 6(ij6c;
string beans, 2O0SOe; green peppers, So(|
85c; asparagus, $1»1.25: rhubarb, 60o©|l;
garlic, SSjon; cui-umbera. 76c ,1oz; Mexican
tomatoes, $1,504/2.50; mushrooms, [email protected]$l;
Id roosters, $5 5 SO; young, »S«i 10; small
! hrnilers, |3a I; large, $3*4: fryors, $7.50 a»»;
' hen« $5.501j6; old ducks, $«Sj7; young, %m
10; ijeese, $25(2.50; young plteons, $I.oo'a.
2,00,
Kpcoipt»--Floiir. 8540; wheat, 45; barley,
49",- beans, 1B24; corn, 40; potatoes. 7800;
onions. =85; bran. 122; middling*. 100; hay.
255; hides, 64u; wine, 40,000.
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
j SAN' FRANCISCO, April 12. —Fancy cream
ery utter, .■';'■■; seconds, 28«; fancy dairy,
85 Vic Now chess. 13>i«Hc; Young Araori
ca. ir>'«i<ii 16c. Ranch eggs, 24',ic; more, i4o.
CHICAGO, April 12. — Butter. steady;
creamery, 28©31 c; dairies, 32 OJ2BC. KgKS,
steady at mark, cases Included. 184c20c;
flrata, 30c; prime, 21c; loetptl 41.002 cases.
Chei'to, steady; daisies'. 14Q14.Hu; twine, 13
«o>lß*4ci Young American, 14®14H0; long
horns, i'iM'ul'J'-itC.
FINANCIAL
I.OS ANGELES, April 12.-Hank clearings
were $3,001,680.76, an Increase of $275,826.12 as
compared with the amount for the correspond
ing date of last year. Fallowing Is a compara
tive statement: '-•**"'
1910 '" 1909. ' 1908.
April 11.....52,<92,(1«7.4« $2.807,T12.10 »*.069.329.34
April 12 3.00L680.7S 2.725,864.64 1,761,683.61
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
The market yesterday was very llßht: trarf
inx was light ajid prices steadily declined.
American Consolidated sold a.t 73%. which In
the lowest price It has poll at for srvm* time
California Midway was very weak al the
clono and sold down to «3.
I'■ v. land Oil did not regain any of Mon
day's slump.
Union Oil wa« in demand, but was a shade
off at the close.
Kexlcsn P.'troleum common was aßain a
hcHvy trader. The nmnunt of this gtock that
is being obaorbed is "imply phenoinenH, nnd
it l« remarkable where it Is nil cxmlna; from,
from the amount of Mexican Which is trade*
In on tin- aschange. Then peema to be plenty
nf nrder.s on the Hour for this st.vk for any
tiiint,- liko a fraction under the market price,
holding itroni al 29i» to 3n. and nil one want*
to do Is to meet this either way to Ret a
trml.v
Among the mining stocks California Hills
shows a point's Improvement, and seems to
be very much in demand; but no one seems to
know just what is doing In this mining
security.
Mcklttrlrk Producer! an.l McKlttrlck tnveat
i.rs anionsr the non*produc< ra were limn weak.
Mexican Natural 6aa aold among iho Indua
iriais and public utllltlea, and Cltliena Na
tional among thr Wink vtoeks, otherwlae the
market »as dull; In (act, II mm one of the
moat nnaatlafactory mat'keta wltneaaed on the
exchange for aoraa time.
MORNING BALES
5 Mcx Nat Gas pfd 51.00; 5 do 52.0^; 20 Am
Pet Co common 73.75: 1000 Cal Midway 67; 1000
do 67tj..: 10*1 do, B. DO, 6s; 10 sin r Ltd com
29.75; DM d. 29.60; 100 do 29.3' i'»; 37 rnlon
103,6314; 10 do 106, >•. 10 Union Prov i'o l«4.oo;
1000 McKlttrick Oper 17; 1000 do 16%; 500 do 15.
AITKKXOON svi.ks
10 Citizens National 230; 1000 Cal Midway 68;
1000 do 63: 120 viex P Ltd com 29.M; 10 do
29.37V4; Moo Cleveland 44; 1000 UcKlttrlck Oper
16; 10 Union 106.60; 1000 Oleum Dcv Co 10\4;
1000 do 10: 1000 do 9%; 1000 do 9%; 1000 do »M;
1000 do, B. 30, 10%.
BONDS
Bid. Ask.
American Petroleum Co 84 88
Associated Oil Co 96H 67
Corona City Water Co 91
Corona Power and Water C 0... »5 ..
Cucamonga Water Co 97
Edison El Co is R 100 104
Edison Blec Co old Issue los 108
Home Telephone Co 80
Home Tel Co Ist rfdg 73H 78
Hausteca Pipe Line —, 88
L A Pao Ist con mtgs 104'/j
L A Pacific Ry Ist rfndg 100
L A Railway Co 110
L A Traction Co Us 101 110
L A Traction Co 6s 101 106
Mexican Nat'l Gas Co 10
Mission Trans and H Co 9S
I'ac Light and Power Co 97>* 99
Pasadena Home T and T C 0.... 80
Pomona Con Water Co 90
Riverside H T and T Co 75
Santa Monica H T and T Co.. .. so
San Diego II T and T Ist mtgs. ..-|j 75 I
Seaside Water Co. 99 105
United Elec G and PCo 93 ' 101
Union Transportation Co 91 M
U g Long DlSt T and T Co 71 74
Whlttter Home T and T Co H
Rid. Ask.
All Night and Day Bank 115.00 137.00
Bank of Southern California 118.00
Broadway Bank and Trust 150.00 175.00
California Savings Hank 11S.O0 125.00
Central National Bank ..: 175.00 181.
Citizens National 230.00 235.00
Commercial National 147.00 175.00
Equitable Savings Bnnk 180.00 SIO.OO
Farmers and sfer National 270.00 1
Federal Hank of 1. A 12.00
First National 495.00 612.00
German American Savings 326.00 340.(V)
Globe Savings Bank 120.00 140.00
Home Savings Bank of 1, ...IT' 09
Merchants National 600.08
Merchants Bank and Trust Co .150.00
National Bank of Cal 190.00
National Bank of Commerce 105.00 115.00
Security Savings Bank 320.00 400.00
The Southern Trust co 75.00 H 9
<:-> pe.r cent paid up)
0 B National Bank 135.00
INDUSTRIALS AND TUBLIC UTILITIES
Bid Ask.
Cal Portland Cement Co 11).01
Edison Electric pM »>■» 52.00
Edison Electric com 63. M.75
Home Telephone pfd 64.00 54.71
Home Telephone cum 9.00
Hutchison S P Co 17. IS.OO
L A Athletic Club 10 OO
L A Brewing Co 90.00
L A inveFtm-nt Co 3.10 3.20
Mexican Natl Gas rfd M.OO 10.00
Uex National Gas com 36.00
Paauhau S P Co 29. 28.50
Pac Mut Life Ins Co 250.00
Tac Can Stone Co of Cal 3.70 4.00
Pasudona Hume T and T Co 35.00
Riverside Home T and T Co 25 00
Han Diego Home T and T Co 22.00
Santa Monlra B H T pfd »'.OO
Sun Drug Co »•«
.Seaside, Water Co 100.00
Title G and Tr Co pfd 180.00
U ■ i. l: T and T Co pfd 41.00
Union Security Corp pfd i'"1'••
Union Trust Co 42.08
Whlttler Home T and T Co 60.00 74.
OIL. STOCKS
PRODUCERS- Bid. Ask.
Amalgamated Oil 51-00 62.50 .
American Crude Oil Co 60 .90
American Pel Co pfd 96. u 0
American Pet Co com *-00
Associated Oil «-B"'i 60.25
Brook hire Oil ■•"•
California Midway Oil Co, M
Central 2■''" - ls
Cleveland 01] Co ■♦Ml
Columbia i"
Continental Oil s*
Eno« Oil CO l"? ••••;
Euclid Oil Co 55 .»■>
Fullerton Oil 3.4.) ■■••
Olobe - 17
Mexican Petroleum • ■"' ■•••■
Mexican Pel Ltd pfd 67.12' a 67.75
Mexican Pet Ltd com 29.50
New Pennsylvania Pet Co 9914 •••'■■
Ollnda ].and Co (Oil) ''; M
Palmer Oil Co I'M I-35
Perseus Oil Co ■■'■'
Rice Ranch Oil Co 6814 ■••
Section Six Oil Co •"'"«
Union lor' » ,-■■■•
Union Provident Co 103.60 104.00
United Petroleum 104.50 106.00
Western Union 180.00
Yellowstone Oil Co ■•»
NON-PRODUCERS—
McKlttrick Inv Oil Co 13 .15*
McKlttrlck Oper Oll»Co.... # 10 .1«H
Nevada-ldway Oil Co :<>
Oleum Development Co DM* ...'..
DAILY MINING CALL
OFFICIAL SALES
Morning sales—looo California Hills 4H; 2000
do 4?«; ■"'• do '■'■ 2500 Bonnie Clare >>%: 1000
do '■'■■■ 900 Florence 1.00.
Afternoon sales- 1000 California Hills r;
2000 do 5; 1000 do, B. 30, 5Vi.
MSTKJJ STOCKS
CALIFORNIA- Bid. Ask.
Cal Hills M Co or, .00%
Consolidated Mines C« 6.60 M
Mi Games Con M Co 02Vi -OSVi
NEVADA—
Johnnie Mm and Milling CO ... 14' Vi
Searchlight Parallel ■'■-
VISIBLE SUPPLY OF GRAIN
NEW VIIKK, April 12. — Special cable and
telegraphic communications received by
Braydstreet's show the following ehan.
visible supplies as oompered with prsvlous
a.-count: whsat—United Btates, east of the
Rockies, deoreasad 38.000 bushels; Canada
decreased 6111,000 bushois; leAal ile
644,000 bushels. Afloat for -and in Europe,
increased 300.000 bushels; total American
and European supply decreased 34 4.UOU
bushels Corn. United Status and Canada
decreased 547.000 bushels. Corn. L'nlted
States and Canada decreased 3U.U00 l.ush
cls.
COTON AND WOOL
HT LiOUiS, AprH U.—Wool—Steady medium
aradea combing and clothln», '.:■"'!-■".-; ilKht
heavy, U&2oc; tub washed,
M'W YORK, April ID. C
oulet 20 i«.luts higher. Mlddllni m lands,
middling Ki>if. 'r>-"r'r'- Bal««, 100
Puturua cloaed ateadys April, 14.98 c; May,
ii-., Jun«, 11 r.2t- ; July, U.blo; Auguat,
geptember, 12.98 c; Ootobw, U.Blc; November
t .re, mber, S12""; January, JJ.33c
It's as <"'isy to secure a bargain In a used
automobile, through want adveitislinf, us It
used to be-auti BtlU U— to »eture a hor»
and caxrlaea.
DECLINE IN CHEESE
IS MARKET FEATURE
Increased Demand for Supplies
• Due to Great Crowds of *
Visitors
With hotel men from all parts of the
country, delegate* to the -state Democratic
conference and representatives attending
the state meeting of architects, to say
nothing of the usual large numbers of tour
ists In Los Angeles, Just now special heavy
demand Is made upon the market dealers.
Business was lively at all of the markets.
Local eggs ware turner on llgllt re
ceipts, less than 400 cases being posted.
Butter receipts were £6,760 pounds, quite
a lot for one .lay. but prices were un
changed. Lower flotations are predicted.
Heavy receipts and a decline of 1 cent
in San Francisco sent prices on cheese do«-n
1 cent per pound. Northern fresh was
quoted at 17 cents, and loner prices ware
quoted on eastern twins, daisies and long
horns.
The market was slow on both old sod
new potatoes.
Bern receipts were light on account of
the rain, amounting to not more than 1580
crate*. I'rl<Scs remained about the sitm«
as the day previous. Apples are mot )ng
out freely, but Jobbers have reported no
change In prices this week. The movunciu
in citrus fruit has been dull on account of
rain and cold weather, and :irlo«l arc n
trifle lower. , The supply of blackberries Is
increasing and prices dropped i" 1910 c, a
decline of i" to I - cents a basket.
Barracuda and all other B»h plentiful.
Produce receipts—Eggs, 391 cases; butter,
56,760 pounds; cheese. 11,(16 pounds; pota
toes, 1923 tacks; beans, «00 lacks.
produce rmcjss
EGGS—Local ranch candled, extra se
lected, Be; local ranch, candled, 27c; local
ranch, case count, buying price, 25c.
BUTTER—California creamery extras, lb.,
!7c; do firsts, lb., 2."> c; cooking butter, 24c;
ladle butter. 25c.
CHEESE—Northern fresh, 17c; large An
chor, 21c; Young America, Anchor, 19c;
hand. Anchor. 22c; Oregon Daisy, 21c; Sant
em singles, 18«20o; .astern twins, IKoi
eastern daisies, IBoi eastern long horns.
19c; eastern Cheddars. i9V»c; Imported
Swiss, 304/'3lc; Jack «iee«n\ :'3c. domeetl"
Swiss, 23fi25c; cream brick, He; llmbfrgtr, 10
Wile; Roquefort, 3S©4Oc; Edam. (>»>,
Canadian cream, box, |1.
BEANS—No. 1 pink, 15.4505.85: No. 1
llmas $4.78; No. 1 Lady Washington, 14.50;
No 1 small whites. 15.4001.51 I No. 1 black
«yes $5.25; No. 1 bayous. $6.50; No.
1 Garvansa*. $4.30; No. 1 lentils. California
POTATOES— Highlands, ewt. II.Hi L"ni
poc, 11.e501.76; Watsonvlllo. $1.25<f|1.40; Oregon
Hurbanks. $1.3031.40; Oregon Early Rose, $1.50;
Oregon White P.osr\ 61.7MJ1 Mi Salinas. «' MC
1.75; White Rose. $2; How sweets. 14; whit*
sweets, c: -„. '■•■•': red sweets, $2.15; new
potatoes, f1.t5~i91.35. ■•",
ONlONS—Northern Australian brown.
cwl. f1.75« 1.85; Nevada.. $2.25: Oregon.
$2.00; garlic. - i 100 ">■ - , ■
FRESH Apples—Bellefleurs, 4-tier.
$1.75; Bellefleurs, Mt-tler, 9i.f100i..i5; Belle
fleurß, IH-tler, *1 7:.; Ban Cups, 4-tler, $1,100
1.59; fall k'lpplns, $1.50; fall I'lpplns. 4V4-tler.
$1.25; Greenings, $1.60; Greenings, 414-tier,
$1 35; Hoovers, 4-tler. 93: Jonathans, Coin.,
$2.23; Pearmalns, white winter. 4-tler.
$1 75; Pearmalns, red, 4-tler, J1.50; Pear
mains, red, 4' 2 -tler. $1.20; Smith's eider. 4
tier. $1.60; Smith's cider. 44-tler, $1.25; Ben
Davis, Col., 91.154)1.6*: Newton Pippins, 4-
Her $1.50; Newtown Pippins, 4Vtier, $I.IOQ
1.15; Mo. Pippins, Col., $2.25; Langford's, 4
iler. $1.15; Langfords, 4V4-tler. $1.15; Home
Beauties, $2.25; SpltzenburKs, 4-tler, $1.85;
Oanos, f1.60; Wlneeaps, Col., 91.10; Wlnesaps,
4-tler, Cal., ■■>»-
BERRlES—Strawberries, per basket, s®7c;
cranberries, per bbl., $16; raspberries, 3So a
bos; blackberries, I a i"c box.
— Seedless grapefruit, 93.TSO*;
seedlings, $3; fancy lemons, f2.5003.24,
choice. $1.60®1.75; fanty navel oran
$1.75*2.15; tangerine oranges. 14-box, $1.50
©1.75; Valencia oranges, fancy. 11.100,1;
limes. 20-lb. box. $1.25.
TROPICAL FRUITS —Banana*, lb. 4 9
6c- do red, lb., 6c; Fard dates, lb., lOOlio;
do Golden, lb. 7>.ac; do Persian, Lib. pkg
7H'uSc, alligator pears, do». t«; pineap
ples, c f ?c. ...
P FRUITS — Winter Nell's penra. picking
boxes, $1.50; guavas, basket, 4'«sc; loquats,
per lb., i:''«lsc.
VEGETABLES—Artichokes, dox., $1: aspar
gus ii, 2ij3c; Brussels sprouts, 10c lb.;
Bell peppers, Florida. lb. 4"'(( l.'.c, beets.
iuz bunches, SO<fSSc; string bean.>, lb., 17020 c;
green cabbage, $I.M sack; carrots, d 0?...
bunches, 25c; cauliflower, crate, $1,259
1.66; celery, rout, dozen, 75c; do.
crate, $3.00; cucumbers, dozen. $1.50;
O3; corn husks, cut. lb. 10c; do uncut, ID
»c; egg plant. 20rySOc Ib; leeks, dos. 35c:
horseradish, 12c lb.; oyster plant. 353400 dox;
lettuce. 40« crate; peas. 7.i Ho lb.;
parsley, dox. 25c; parsnips, dox. 40c: Crim
son winter rhubarb, 15(ff25c box: spinach,
doz. SO! young onions, do/.. [email protected]; turnips,
dos bunches. 20<j|)2So; Mexican tomatoes,
crate. $.' I :'- i.'l
PRIED FIIUITS — Apples, evaporated, Ib
[email protected] apricots. lb. liOlfc; loose figs,
white, box. $1.50: do black, box. $1.35; do
Imported, Ib. UOIIOJ currants. »H01OO;
peaches, lb. 6»iS}Se; pears, lb. 10&12 C;
plums, lb. 12V.c; nectarines, Id. 7!4®Bi4c.
Prunes— 20-SOs. ll(U>12c; 30-40s. 8c; 40-6 OS.
7 He; 50-60 S. «c; 60-70s, 6c; 70-80 S. 6 Ho; 80.
90s, sc: 90-IOOs. 40.
RAISINS — 2-crown. loose, 80-lb. box, lb.
4V»c; S-crown, 6c; 4-erown, 514e: 2-crown
London layers, 20-lb. box. 11) $1.15; 8-crown,
$1 25"; 4-crown. $1.60; 5-crown. $1.85: Sul
tanas, bleached, lb. Sffillc: do unbleached,
Ib SHe; seeded raisins. 16-os. pkg- 6ii it
7i c c- do 12-on pkg. 5 4 6'ic.
NUTS —Almond?, fancy IXL, Ih. [email protected];
do Ne PIU3 Ultra, Ib. 16c; brazils. 13® 14c;
cocoanuts. 9Dc®fl; chestnuts, [email protected]; fil
berts, lb. 14® 15c; hickory, lb. So; pecans.
XX. lb. IlliO! do XXX. lb 16c; do
XXXX lb. 17c; eastern peanuts, Ib. S«BV4c;
do California, Ib. 6<4 (9 6c; do Japan, lb. 6.»
@7c; do Spanish, shelled. No. 1. Ib 10c;
lilnenuts, 30c; walnuts. No. 1, S. 3. lb. 14®
15c- do No. 2. lb. 10c; do Jumbos. 17'b:18c;
do budded. lS©2oe; popcorn, eastern, owt.
$3 s'); do local, cwt. $1>5i3.25.
RICE— Fancy Honduras (Carolina) $8.75;
di choice Honduras (Carolina) [email protected];
lapan grades. $3.75i))4; Island. $.50; broken
HONEY—Extracted, water white. ib. Tit
7>ic; extracted, whits. 7c. extract, light
amber. [email protected]"-c; comb, water white, 1-lb.
frames. [email protected]*7c: white. Lib. time. ISO
He; light amber, 1-lb Iramei* [email protected],
beeswax, lb 30e
LIVESTOCK —Packers Day fob Loj
Angeles for beef steers. SHe; beef h.'lfers.
4M.®sc- beef ralves, 6H©«c: mutton, wethers,
$?50®«.00j ewes, [email protected]; lambs, 35©37;
hogs, lie.
POULTRY— Large turkeys, live, lb.. 25c,
small tnurkoys, live, lb., 22c; large hens,
4 lbs. up, lb., 20c: small hens, 214 to 3% lbs.,
lb , He; broilers, Hi to 2 lbs., lb.. 33c; friers,
t>4 to 3 lbs., lb., 26c; roast chicken, per lb.,
25c; duck. Hi., 22c; geese, lb., 18c; squabs,
doz., $1.50; old roosters, lb., lie.
CHILI — Evaporated, strings, Ib. lS(ii2oo-.
loose, Ib, 17o; Mexican black, lb. ISc; green,
lb. [email protected]; chill teplns, lb. $1.25; Japan.
15c
HAY —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.
$.3; alfalfa, .small bales, $13.50; 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;
■traw. $12. kktXil pßicEs
Eggs, dozen [email protected]
Best butter, per lb 30®3_C
Beef, per pound yuJ.ic
Pork, per pound «OfJ»«
Lamb, pur pound... ■'«»
Haulage, per pound [email protected]
Ham, per pound, whole 22c
Ham, per pound, sliced 360
liana, la, halibut, rock cod and yellow- |
tall, per pound ...10c
Salmon, sand dabs, pound 20c
Herring and smelts, pound 15c
Oysters, quart *•"
Hens, pound «o
FTyers. pound 35°
Rabbits, pound .■■...■■■ 260
COFFEE AND SUGAR
NEW VOHK, April 12.—Coffee—Future*
rliiFPd steady at a nri advi of I'i'.i ! i paints;
Saks. 17.Mi) hafts. Closing bills: April and
May, (t.6Dc-; June, 6.760; July, I.Moi August.
September. October and November, 6.83 c; D*
.c i.ilpt. 6.90 c; January, (.tie; February, (.Mo;
March, 6.06. Spot, quiet: No. 7, Rio, BV4e;
No. 4. Santos, 9Hc. Mild, quiet; Cordova,
Hugar—Raw, weak; muscovado, 89 teat. 3.86 c;
centrifugal 9« lost. 4.36 c; molasses suear, 89
test, 3.61 c. Refined, steady; crushed, 5.85 c;
eranulated, 5.15 c; powdered, 6.26 c.
r ■
First Exclusive Private Wire House on the Pacific Co«»t
J. C. WILSON
MEMBER NEW YORK STOCK ICXCHANUE
CHICAGO BOARD OF TKAIIE
THIS STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE. 8. W.
CORRESPONDENTS
HARRIS, WINTHROP & COMPANY
OFFICES— ALEXANDRIA, *12 WMt Fifth St.
HOTEL lIKI. COKONADO, Coronade ..,».' (
MILLS BIIIJHMi, Sun Franclsc*
rALACE HOTEL, Sao t ran.l«. -a
->, Open December 18. : ,:.
Pasadena Clients Will Get Instantaneous Service bj
Calling Home 119 ■
B. G. LATHROP, Manager
FI»»—TEI.EPHONKH—MAIN 37*8 _j
, - ————"
■;_; CLEARING HOUS|JANI(S_ ___^
""'""" 'KaViE OFWICEKS. ,
J£AIAS w N6i i..11 >>. iTnaldas*,
Iliiitcd states national ilank r. w. smith. ca»w«r.
1 I .lived biatcs i-^ational Bank Capital. smith, ca»w«t.
Capital. 1200,000.
U ■ F. mm.- Muln and romm.rM.l Buvplm ami Prolltii. »71.0n».
Cl ..- ...- rCational lianii vt. w. woods. rclahta».
Capital. ll,0C0.00».
P • IV r.irnrr Third and Main. Burplm. IWO.OOO-
Ct..;...c ,i.. National uaak newman k.s.sick. ca.mar.
U %ii * (Minn*, corner Fourth. l»nrp'-i» mi.t I'nrtlvliM Pr""". »«■<-.
Fl >V. HKIJ-MAN. I'ra.tideßt,
armeis & Merchants isiauoiiaixjaaK chari.k* kkvl.br ca»bi«r.
Capital. ll,5OO,O0». „_„,.
r nrl^r Fo.jrth .nd Matn. Purplim and ProflU, tl.»0».0W-
1^~" j M ( .u.lUi i. iTe»lu«nl.
P. bt wa :onai i>anit \\ f. s iummonb,
|» • Capital Stock. 11.260,000. s
I p'e. rorn-r «'.--n(J and •r.rln« ■ m lim n-1 Profits. li.«a.M»-
"-= ' ' VV H. i.OLUUAK, iTaaldamV
crchaats National Bank chas. onEKNK. caawar.
SMS - Capital WOO.OOD. .M.aaa.
11l » E. r.-rn.r Third and ->p-tn«. BurpU,. * Undivided ProflU »«,«».
_ — 1 j. E. t-I.SLiuUItN. t"r«»td»mu
nj ai:onal Bank ot uaniornia h. » mckeb. c*»hiar.
II M F. earner Fourth and «prln» S^rplaJ' e'nTrn'.llvl.K"! ProHta tIIW.OCO.
— ■—" ; ■*— 8. F. /.. ..MHIIO. i"r«»la«nt.
111 .14- i»a*ronal ±>ank james b. oibt. ca»niar.
Capital. 1300,000
U * E. MTHf Frurtf, an.- Broadway Burr,!.,, an,. 4.-ndl»M- ■ Prom.. WU.Wa.
—— ; -~ A nut. UII.I.KI.EN. Pi Mldaai.
....-. v ijarni a ■ rust Company aw. rbdman, cashur.
Capital. IMO.OW.
I««I-J1I> nrnmiiTST. BrsdhurT hulldlnr Surplus A Un.llvtdfJ rToflts. 1320.W8.
LOS ANGELES SAVINGS
SK€>ITItITY .
Largest and Oldest in Southwest
.■;-■;
Resources $28,000,000.00
■'»>'" the lilfrlient rates of Interest mill on tin- nuxt liberal terms consistent with
sound, t'onxervatlve hanking.
; I'- - ' •■ I
Money to Loan on Improved Real Estate |
Security Building Spring and Fifth Streets J
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UMAHHIMU SANK
1 ipiP" 1" THE. &AN§i WITM THE ""■'HKT
&^ EFFICIENT J"£J9VIC£
fi[ J'PRING AND FOURTH STS. m
CITRUS FRUIT REPORT
BOSTON
BOSTON, April 12.—Thirteen curs sold,
favorable; market strong.
NAVKI.S— . ' *»■•
Sweetheart, A F Allesandro 12.6S
Yunkeo Doodl*, A f All Mdro - " ■•
Royal, '.' O Corona 2.35
A Its CmUi A 11 Pachappa 3. SO
Hobo, A H Pachappa - ■"
Queen Hoc, Q C Corolla t.U
riunsct, *.i C Corona 2-30
Ijiuri-l. « i' Corona 1.00
Lily, v C Corona -•'•"'
(lover, Xc Bad I'O A»»n ».M
Elephant, 2nd! Elephant Orch 1.10
Oolden hard, Fy Or Ind V Co 1.15
Basic A !' AllfHandro I.W
Horn Q C Corona 1.8
Uutterllj-, i' ma Xx - ;"
HuLusta, A II Pachappa I.M
Quail, O X Bl -■-'"
Royal, i) O Corona ••• I.M j
Cl i C Q C Corona I."
Prlnccit, Q C Corona t.li
unit. X!' 'i <'* Cash A«»n •.»•
Luna, Oh Or X IVycke Co l.«
Keatever 2-:j;
Cll Helle. U Ind F Co »•«>
TANQEIUNEB—HALVKB—AIta Crfsta, »l.sv.
CITRia FRUIT SIIIIMIMS
OrnK. lym. Total.
Monday, April 11 ''■• ■" •"• 1:-
Total to date this Beacon 16,198 2.21S 17,418
Total name .int.- last season.. 12.800 1.912 14,802
Note—New Toik wire not ercelved up to
time of closing report to catch malls.
FRUIT MARKET
S\N' PRAMCIICO, April 11 Pane) applos
fl . 25; common, 50c(&»l; strawberries, flu
2.75: Mexican limes. J5.504»6; common Cali
fornia lemons, 11.250 1.73, Rood to choice,
*2i&3; fancy. 13.25&4; bananas, 750®f3;
pun apple*, J3li/4.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
NEW TUIIK, April 12 —Kvapornted apples
Arm; spot, fancy, 10c; choice, S^jSVic; prime,
6%f/7Vic; common to fair,
Prunes—About steady; California, up to
30-40S, JHO9UCI ore|o>i*i : '*''-''
Apricots—Mostly nominal; choice, lOVj'S'llc;
extra cholci . Lit IH4c; fancy, 12<ii!2Vje.
Peach**- Dull; choke, num>i extra choice,
6*tfe7^c; fancy, 7>,i&7%c.
Ralalni- Dull and heavy; loose muscatels,
3^ys%c; choice to fancy, seeded, 6(56%c; seed
less, jt ;,:■'■,.■; London layers, J1.1.".'" i.-".
f~ CHICAGO GRAIN
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
«on, member of the Chicago board of trade.
New York stock exchange and Sun Francisco
bond and stock exchange, 212 West .Fifth
street. Los Angeles.
CHICAGO. Apijl 12.—Wheat started weak,
rallied with corn, sold off sharply on reported
rains at a number of Kan points, then ral
lled on heavy buying to cover shorts, and on
further purchases by the leading longs. Wheat
has had much help from th« purchases of
both corn and oats today by the leading longs
In wheat, Ueneiul news today was unfavor
able to values. Rains were general during the
last twenty-four hours from the Mississippi
river east to the Alleghenles, thus completing
the. general wetting down that practically all
the winter wheat belt has had In the last
seventy-two hours.
he corn market ranged higher under vigor
ous buying by leading aborta, who were fol
lowed by smaller shorts and lome of the com
mission houses.
Oats scored a very substantial advance,
beading ionic In wheat were the best buyers
of May oats, buying rather persistently all
day.
Provisions suffered further losses. Receipts
of hog« west were larger than a year ago f"r
the first time In months, and there were fur
ther liquidating sales early. Market was sup
ported by shorts on first slump, then rallied,
but gave way again on very modMt selling.
MARKET KAN HlM '.■■■'■',."■.
WHEAT-
May 11.11V4 »12% !UIS »I.IIK
July 1.04% 1.0514 1.04 1.044
September 1.01% 1.02*4 1.-01H I.ol*
CORN—
May........ 6714 -68% .5714 .58*
July 80% .61% .60% .81%
*& 22,450 m
Vji^y*l'^ acfountn that have bm-n^JjOs^
jUOW"'^ ■'[><}•■• 1 in 579 Im^tnesa days
JO* inako jM*ti|»if think there in HT
Jw a reason. Our ads 401 to 407* ~Wk
V pUbll I next week, will olTrr «
U priSM for the 10 U-st njisnnn why H
Jm ho many pooplt* in"- 1 opening in - Mm
MM count - w. pay interest, I per VA
Iff cent, 3 per cent and 4 i""' rent—aa v
n liiKh a.« any bank can afford. We JH
M |oaU moupy In h commerL-lal way. Am
N it.-, iv*l M on rtal estate. mm
MLLMlStinsm
>^(Jy ITIIAMISriIINU. ;»>.! \f§fo\jr
Oleum Development Company
The best tpeculatlve purchase of all th«
oil stocks. Full Information furnlahod,
and orders executed by
Fielding J. Stilson Company
80S 11. ft. 11.1,1,Mi1l Hull.liiik.
A 2547 Main 105.
September sis .62*1 .61% .62*
oat.-; -
May , v 4.' .4;', ,42 .42*
July jus ■!■■'» .sas .4(l^
September 37! .38 .3"» i .38
PORK—
May 22.75 83.10 22. 85 22.95
July 83.00 23.25 .:_■.. 23.12',
September 22.80 23.00 23.60 22.M
LARD
May ;.. 18.OS 13.174 it.H V II.OT'
July 11.10 It.U 1 ■■'.. 12 72-"
September 12.62'j I-"'1 12.52' i 12.M
HIBS— .
May 12.70 12.53 i; in 15.80
July ........ 12.5.". 12.70 i] go 12.80
September 12.45 12.60 U.42H 12.52'
«'ash <|u<iiatii>iiH were as follow*: Flour,
easy; No, ! rye. 7Siir79«: feed or mixing bar
ley. 43«5!c; fair to choice malting, 55087 C;
timothy seed, 14.60; clover, 111.75; •mm
pork, per bbl., |!3©33.26; lard, per 100 Ib».,
113 1 "..: short ribs. Bides, la we, H2.JOW
12.67',»; short clear (Idea, boxed, *l3.T,()r<i
13.75. Total clearance^ of wheat and Hour
were equal to 103,000 Ihimiolm. Primary re
c«lpti were .711,000 bushels, compared with
229,000 bushels the same day last year. The
world's visible mjpply decreased 344, 000
bushels. Intimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat. 9 cars; corn, ill cars; oats, ID cars;
hogß. 19,000 head.
Articles. Receipt!. Shpmlß
Flour, bbli " is..miii 13,100
Wheat, hush It 10 1 85.700
Corn, buali 256,300 109,300
OatH, huph 270.000 141,700
Barley, bush 38,000 17.10U
BOSTON WOOL MARKET
BOSTON, April 12.—Although holders of
wool In the local market are still loth til
cut values further there is considerable In
quiry among mill representatives and a
number of good sales are reported, Inter
est Is Increasing In the now clip, yet west
ern advices Indicate that the growers are
holding for top prices Local demand Is for
both combing and clothing wools and staple
stocks of Montana, Idaho and Oregon wool!
are moving well.. Texas fine, scoured, 1:!
months, (is«c6Sc; fine, 6 to 8 months, dif, ( .
65c; tine fall, 5S«i ,i!n\ California, northern,
I't-I'a <!(".<•; middle countries, 571U'63c; fall free,
."iKffKiuc. Oregon eastern No. 1 staple, 810
69c; eastern clothing. QBOIToj valley, No. I,
56i!j'57c. Territory, tine staple, 6N<ii>7Oc; lino
medium staple, MCMSe; tine clothing, 65fn
66c; fine medium clothing, (i 11 ',1 (;::<•; half
blood, 69©80 c; three-eighths blood, 51 1
Cite; quarter-blood, combing, M'trui'ie. Pulled
extra. TOe; tine A, 65c; A supers, ;,T^H*le; 11
supers, i&4i>&hc.
: 4-^
TAHI.K OC TKMI'KUATI KKS
■ Millions Max. Jkiln.
Bunion 64 4g
Chicago* 7H :tn
Cincinnati :h 4|)
Denver <;i; 4;
Xl I'iwo ho ,",s
(ialvrntun 71 70
KiuiMiH City oh m
I.itlle Bock 72 M
New Orleans 80 (IK
New York 5h 41
Oklahoma. <;n M
Onialia 74 . fi'J
I'tttnburg 70 4?
Portland i» i 41
SI. I'aul us ■;'.** 89
Han I'runclsco ,M , 51)
■Seattle SO.,'. "41
Washington 74 .•; ■• ft I
Yiiuin „' "a '' in

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