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FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
RAILROAD POLICY
AFFECTS MARKET
Speculators Undecided Whether
Retrenchment Plans Will
Be Carried Out
COPPER PRODUCTION LARGE
Surplus Stock Added to by May
Output-Crop Reports
Are Favorable
Asociated
NEW YORK. June There was some
speculative hesitation reflected In the action
of today's ■took market, partly duo to the
rapidity of the advance of tho day before
and pertly to the conflict of opinion over the
situation created by the railroad rate Battle
ment. ' Tin' contrary views expressed by rail
roads themselves were reanonalbla for the con
flict of opinion, especially the announcement
by President Browns of tho Now York Cen
trnl that work calling for $5,000,000 expend!
tin" and orders for freight cars, which had
bean hold up as a mull of the P»te Injunction,
would be resumed, In contrast with the state
-1,1,1,1 of President Hlpley of th* SHtita Fe
that his company would not depart In any
<li"«rrnn from the policy of retrenchment de
cided on after the action of the government
against th» rate advance. London Joined In
a substantial way In the early selling brought
about by these conditions.
The heavy selling of St. Paul and the dis
couraged feeling expressed In a published In
terview with a capitalist prominent In that
party were corroborative of tho conviction
that divergence of opinion existed between
prominent groups In the financial world.
Much attention was given to the matter of
railroad earnings, as they would be affected
by the postponement of the rate advance until
approved by the commerce commission and
the probable period of that postponement.
That the advances would ultimately become
effective was the usual assumption.
Railroad earnings for March are the latest
for which comprehensive returns have been
received by the commerce commission from
M per cent of the total mileage of the
country. The Increase In gross earnings In
that month over March of last year was
shown to he H1,858.800. or 16.54 per cent, and
In net $5,000,000, or 11.63 per cent. Last year's
earnings for March had registered the shrink
age of about 134.00,000 In gross earnings, and
»n,000,000 In not earnings.
The May statistics of the Copper Producers'
association offered little ground for encour
agement, the month's production having been
the largest with tha exception of October of
last year for any month since the association
was formed, deliveries meantime having re
mained. stable at. about the level of the last
three months, with the result of another of
18,441,800 pounds to the surplus stock of the
metal. The total surplus which Is thus
brought up to inn,425.97.1 pounds nevertheless
represents only about six weeks' consumptive
requirements at the present rate of demand.
Quotations for coppers were lower," both In
I<ondon and New York. An ! Increase of pis;
Iron stocks In May In spite of curtailed pro
duction Induced a prediction by the Iron Age
that the blowing out of furnaces has not
gone vfar enough. " *
A favorable view mil taken of- the ' gov
ernment crop reports. Money was easier, but
foreign exchange recovered In response to
selling of stocks for London account and In
spite of predictions of a reduction In the
KanKof Enelarm discount rate tomorrow.
linnds wore "firm 1; total sales, par value,
J2,otil.n<)o. "•■ United Btatca la registered advanced
H per cent on sail. •■:•.. ■.
NEW YORK BTOCKB
Ppet-lni service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
ton. 211 West Fifth street. 1-03 Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange. Chicago board
of trad*, stock and bond exchange of Ban
Francisco.
NEW YORK, Juno B.—Following were the
quotations today:
Bales. Stock - High. Low. Bid. Ask.
100 Allta-Chulnvra ... 8% 8% M 4 9
110 do preferred 80 30 27% 31
45.100 Amalg Copper-.... 67% 6«% 66% ««%
400 Amer Beet Sugar. 84% 84 .34 34%
„ do preferred 91% ' 93
300 Amer Can Co »<4 OH 9% 0«.
300 do preferred 71% 71% 70% 71"i
■2,200 Am Car and Fdy.. 65% 64% 64% Mil
......'.' do preferred '.. 112 115
1.400 Am Cotton Oil .... 61% (10% 61 61%
„ do preferred .. 102 110
Amor Express 260 270
400 Am Ice Securities. 22% 22 mi 22%
Amer Linseed 12% 13%
100 do preferred 33 33 83% 34
600 Am Locomotive .. 44 13 43% 41
„ do preferred Ml 108
14,000 Am Smelt and Rfg 77% 75% 78 76%
100 do preferred 103% 108% 103% 103%
1,200 Amer Sugar 118% 116% 117% 118%
do preferred 116 120
, do preferred 61 63%
1.100 Am Tel and Te1..136% 134 134% 134%
100 Am Tob pfd 95% 96% 95% 96%
800 Amer Woolen 82% 31% S2V4, 33
„ do preferred ;. .. 98U 99%
!»m) Anaconda '.. «'4 40% 40% 40»«
400 Atlantic C Line ..120 119% 119 120
17,100 A T Z Santa Fe...105% 103' A 104% 104%
200 do preferred 10114 101% 101% 101%
13,600 Bait & Ohio 113% 111% 11254 112%
» do preferred 80 90
9,100 B R T 78V4 78<i 78% 78%
2,400 Canadian Pacific.l 97 196 196 196&
4,800 C & 0 83% 81% 82% 82%
200 C & A ..: 39% It 37% 38
100 C & O W new.... 28 M 25% 2(i>4
200 do preferred 47% 47% 47% 48
1,400 C& N W 146% 144% 144 145
34,700 CM& St r 125% 122% 125 125%
200 do preferred 161% 151% 160 i 152
1,100 Central Leather .. 37% 37 37 .17' i
100 do preferred 107% .107% 107% 108%
Cent of N J .. • .. 255 290
100 C C C & St L,.... 80 80 78 80%
do preferred .. 09 110
700 Colorado F and I. 35 34% 34% 35
do preferred 111% 117
Columbus HC& 1.. .. • 6 6%
100 Colorado Southern. 50% 60% 66% H
800 do Ist preferred.. 76% 76% 76% 77%
100 do 2d preferred.. 75% "5% 75 ' 77
2,100 Consolidated Ga5..135 133 134% 134%
800 Corn Products .... 1614 14% 14% 15
do preferred ..... .. '- .. 74 75
300 Del & Hudson ....164% IC4 164 165
D L & W 630 600
2.500 D& R 0 35% 35 .35% 35%
; do preferred 78 79
100 Diamond Match .. 97% 97% 9714 97%
300 Distil Securities .. 29% 29% , 29% 29%
309 Duluth S S & A. 13 . 12 12% 14
". , do preferred , 24 28
1,900 Erie 26% 25% 26% 2GH
200 do It preferred.. 4)' i 44 44% 44%
....... do 2d preferred..*.. ... 33% 34%
700 General Electric ..145 144 143 145
1.800 Qt Northern Ore .. 59% 69 63% 59%
2,900 Gt Northern pfd ..131 129% 130% 130%
100 Illinois Central ...132 133 132 132%
3,000 Interboro-Metro .. 19%, 18% 19 19%
4,500 do preferred ,62% 51 51% 51%
Internal Paper 11 12
do preferred .. 60 62 .
100 Internat Pump .... 45 45 ■ ■ 45 45%
. do preferred .. .. 81% 83
600 lowa Central 19% 19% 18% 19%
700 do .preferred 34% 34% 84" 35
600 X C South>rn 32% 32% 32% 32%
. ..... sdo preferred .. • (14% 65
I, B & Western .. 15 17
do preferred ..... „ .. 45 62
400 1. A N 142% 141% 142 143
100 Murkily ....86 81! 85% 90
....... 'do erred „ ■ .. 76% 78
Manhattan ... , ' .. 129 135
Mexican Central .... .. 2654 27
' 800 Minn & St L 31% 31% 30 31
....... do preferred 58 .68%
800 MStP &8 a M..IJIS 136% 137 137%
..'•do preferred ..... .. .. i 146: 160
2,400 M X & Texas .... 39% 38% 89 • 39%
1...... do preferred ,-... 66% -67%
1 300 Missouri Paumc .. 67% 6G% 67% 68
1,000 National Lead .... 74% T4'4 . 74% - 74%
100 do preferred '.....I«JJi 107% 107 108
100 National Biscuit . .108% 10«% I"'' 107
....... do preferred .. 121 125
1,100 Nevada Con« 20 19% «9/4 20%
200 N V Air Brake ... 63 112 81 88
6,100 N V Central 11« 114% 115%,115%
100 N 1 c& Bl L 84% 6414 «3 64%
do .Ist preferred.. .. .. 100 110
do :m preferred .. .. 8!i 90
100 X V N II * Hart.ls3'4 153% 162% 163 V*
1,200 ■•: v Ont & \v 44% iv* 43% 44%
2,400 Norfolk & West . .1004 99% WTt 100
400 North American .. fin 6R',4 «8% 81
4,800 Northern Pacific..llß 124% 125 125%
Omaha 140 180
■ do preferred '.. 150 [81
800 Paclfio Coast 108 106% 104 107
too Pacific Mall 16 24% 21% 25
21,300 Penna II It C0. ...US 18014 18114 181%
1.400 Peoples das IM% 105% 106% 10614
200 Plttsburg Coal ...18% 1814 18% 19
do preferred .. M 66
P C C & St L .. 95% 99
do preferred 110 11.".
Pressed Steel Car 34% 36
do preferred 96 97
800 Ry Steel Springs .. 34% 34% 34 35
do preferred 100 100%
137,100 Reading 164 151% 152% 1527,
da Ist preferred 89 91
100 do 6d ' preferred.. us M 98 99
900 Republic s and I. SO*, 29% 30 30%
300 dp preferred 83% 93% M 94
t.OOO Rock Island Co .. 41% 40% 40% 41
200 do preferred 84% 84 84 84%
BUM Shef I and I C 8 70
St L& SF Ist pfd. .. • .. Ml 66
1,300 do M preferred.. 40% 39% 38% 3914
St I. A « W 2914 30
...b...' no preierrcii .. ~iifi '•>■**
36,000 Southern Pacific ..122 119% 121% 121%
1,300 Southern Railway. 23% 24% 25% 25%
600 do preferred 5!) 58% 59 60
■ 100 Tennessee Copper . 36*4 86% 25 26
600 Texas . Pacific 29% 29 29% 29%
.'. Third Aye .-. .. .. .6% 6
800 Toledo st L & W 80% 30 29% 30
200 do preferred ... 60% 8014 60% 61
100 Twin City It T 109% 109% 108 110
Un Tint,' and Paper .. .. 7 8
..", do preferred .. 57 «0
128 500 Union Pacific ....172%- 16814 171% 171%
300 do preferred 92% 92 '■>-'.* 93
United IMS of S F .. .. 83 85
do preferred .. «1 63
400 U scant Irn Pipe 20% 20% 20 20%
....... do preferred •• 67 72
600 U 8 Rubber .' 89 38% 88% 39%
200 do Ist preferred.. 110% 110 110 111 .
do 2d preferred.. „ .. 74 78
202,700 U S Steel Cor .... 79% 77% 78% 78%
3,800 do preferred .....110% 115% 115% 118
4,200 Utah Copper 45% 43% 4414 44%
1,600 Va-Car Chem' Co.'. 69% 69 6914 69%
200 do preferred 122% 122% 120 123
70OWabash ... J 19% 19% 19% 19%
2.600 do preferred .....43% 42% 43% 43%
Wells Fargo Ex.;. .. .. 185 163
800 Western Union .. 64% 6414 64% 64%
400 Westlnghouse .. ..62 61% 61 62
100W4LE 4 4 3% 414
do Ist preferred 8 10
do 2<! preferred.. .. ..4 5
100 Wisconsin Central..sl% 6114 49% 6114
300-Ain Hide and Lea 6% 6% 6% 6%
600 do preferred .;... 35% 35 31*4 35%
i 200 Am Agr and Chem 43 43 42% 43
do preferred ;. .. 90 103
Associated Oil ...... .. 48 62
Beth Steel „. .. 2514 26
do preferred ....;'.. . .. •• 57
....... Nat Enamel and 8.. ■ .. 18 19%
do preferred .. 85 95
Pac Tel and Tel 33 35
do preferred 90 100
8,700 Internal Harvester 98% 96% 96% 97%
'.....-. .do preferred 120 122
IT S Realty , 71 72
400 West Maryland ...45 44%. 44% 45
Total sales, 775.000 shares. . . ... • .
NEW YORK BONDS
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York Block exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stuck and bond exchange of San
Francisco. '•:'
NEW YORK, June B.—Following were the
closing quotations: .;'• Bid. Asked.
Atchison gen 4» ;...• 98% 9S9i
Atchlson oonv 4s 105% 106%
Italtlmnre & Ohio Ist. 4s 98% 98%
11 It T 4s 83 8314
Colorado Industrial 6s 77 7714
U B Realty 5s 90
Rock Island col 4s 75% 78
Southern Pacific ret 45..'. 53% . 94 .
Southern Pacific col 4s 90 91 .
Union Pacific Ist 43 100% 100%
Union Pacific cony 4s ....104 '. 104%
U 3 Steel Da , 102%: 103
U.iited Railway 4s '9
Wabash del) 4s 67 6714
Western Pacific 6s. 83%, 94
Japanese 4s 90 91
npanese Ist 4%s 94 94%
Japanese 2d 4%s 94% 95
Southern Pacific cony 4s „.... 90% 99%
Denver & R O ref 5s 91% 91%
US 2s red , 100% 101%
Us 2s coupon 100%
U S 8s reKd 102 103
V S 3s coupon 102 103
V 8 4s rcgd IH% "5
I! S4s coupon 114% 115%
Panama 2s .'......100% 101
Panama 193Ss 100*. 101
FINANCIAL RECORD
NEW YORK, June B.—Money on call easy;
2%@2?i per cent; ruling rate, 2%; closing bid,
2%; offered. 2%. Time loans, steady; sixty
days, 8%#3%; ninety days, 8% per cent; six
months, [email protected]% per cent. Close: Prime mer
cantile paper, 4%@5%.
Sterling exchange firm, with actual business
in bankers bills at [email protected]>4.83.85 for sixty
day bills and at J4.85.65 for demand. Com
mercial bills, $4.83%@4.83%.
Bar silver, 63%0; Mexican dollars, 44c.
Government bonds firm; railroad bonds ir
regular.
TREASURY STATEMEENT
WASHINGTON, .Tune s--The condition o|
the treasury at the beginning of business
today was as follows: Trust funds —Oold
coin, $5;7.455,R69; silver dollars, $490,078,
--0110; silver dollars Of 1S!>«. $3,702,000; sil
ver certificates outstanding, 1480,078,000.
General fund— Standard silver dollars. 81,
-885.756; current liabilities, (39.401.144;
working balance in offices, 818,569,r<14: In
hanks, $38,652,273; subsidiary silver coin.
$12,139,104; minor coin, $1,171,919; balance
In general fund, $82,494,250. •
METAL MARKETS
NEW YORK, June B..—The market for
standard copper was weak, with spot and oil
deliveries >:p to the end of September closing
at $12.25312.50. London market quiet with
snnt quoted at £56 7s 6d and futures at
£57 !a 6d. Arrivals or copper at New York
reported today wore 1210 tons. Custom house
returns allowed exports of 441 tons, making
S9S3 so f:ir this 'month. IjOcal dealers report
■ (I \ilet but steady market, with luke iiuoted
ati 115.76013.00, electrolytic at $12.62V=W'.2.75 and
castlnß at |U.87%©1J.t0.
Tin weak with ppot quoted at 138:75083.00,
Juno 88.6MJ88.06, July ami August J32.60i?f32.75.
September $32.60 bid. London weak, with spot
quoted at Cl4B 17s 6d and futures £150 2s 6d.
Lead qulot with spot quoted at M.4004.50
new York and $4.15W4.20 East St. I>ouls. Lon
don market unchanged at £12 12s «d.
English iron market unchanged.
FRUIT MARKET
SAN FRANCISCO, June Apples—Fancy,
60c; common, Sso.
Berries—Strawberries, J3.00<5>9.00; blackber
ries, [email protected]; raspberries, [email protected]
Peaches—Common, 40c; fancy, 850.
Plunjs—Common, 40c; fanoy, 75c. .'.
Oranges— [email protected]; Mexican limes,
[email protected] - . .' ■ •
Lemons—Common .California, [email protected]
Melons—Fancy cantaloupes, (2.25; common,
81.BS,
Tropical Bananas, [email protected]; pine
apples, nominal. . . •
CALIFORNIA DRIED fruits
NEW YORK, Juno 8. —Evaporated apples
firm, -with fairly active' Jobbing demand. On
spot fancy are quoted at 10H©109»c; choice
BigrßHo; prime. [email protected]: common to fair, ii
jji«Hc. Prunes arm with stocks pretty well
cleaned up. Quotations range from 3<U>
8%0 for California! up to 80-408, and from
4',[email protected] Be for Oregon*. Apricots qul^t but
firm on small offerings from the coast.
Choice, 1O01OMO; extra choice, [email protected];
fancy, 11 '.. 1, U" =c. reaches inactive but
Block™ are small and prices are steady;
choice, 6H®*%c; extra choice. 7®7V>c;
fancy, 7 %c. Raisins, firm but trading on
spot continues quiet; loose muscatels, 3HU
6sic; choice to ' fancy seeded, 4 V' 16V&c;
seedless, iX. ©4 <H c; London layers. 11.100
I 1.25. ■ ■
LOS ANGELES HERALD: THURSDAY MORNING, JUNE 0, 1010.
FINANCIAL
LOS ANOEI.ES, June B.—B«nk clearingi
w.-re Jfl.llfl.iari. 11, an Increase of W74.881.18 as
Compared with the amount for the correspond
ing date of last year. Following is a com
parative statement:
1510 1909. 1908.
June 6 $2,693,747.94 J2.255.094.77 $1,623.0152.78
June 7 2,r,28.977.21 2,097.225.03 1.4*
June 8 3,11i),636.1l 2,436,003.98 1,981,C32.12
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
The murket wan quiet for Wednesday. In the
bond list. Home preferred sold at 8214, and the
Associated bonds had some Inquiry. The hank
stocks were without feature, with the excep
tlofl or Central National, which was strong at
176 bl I.
In the Industrials, Paolflc Consolidated Stone
was strong at 4.40, and Home preferred looked
t|iiito llveiy until the close.
The oils were quiet, with the exception of a
ivw .-locks. Midway wan somewhat stronKer
,111! Union ii Id down, owing to the announce
ment of the rights.
The, balance of tho list was quiet.
MIIKNINti SALES
40 Homo Tel pfd 37.50; 40 do, S. 30, 37; 20
do do 37.25; 10 Associated Oil Co 60.26; 10 do,
II 30. 61; 1000 Cal Midway 6814; 6000 do 66; 1000
do 65%; 3000 do 56%; 6000 do, B. 30, 68%; 2000
do do, 67; 2000 Cleveland 33%: 1000 Oleum Pev
Off board—3 Fac'L and Power Co bond«, grtd,
101.00.
AFTERNOON SALES
40 Associated nil Co 60.62%; 2000 Cal Midway
5614; 6000 do 66%: 2000 do r.B>l: 3000 do, B. 10,
57; 3000 do do Mli; 1000 do do M%. 1 Home Tel
bond. 82V4-
BONOS
•:!■-. Bid.' Ask.
American Petroleum Co 84 86
Associated Oil Co 96% ■■-..■:.
Corona City Water Co 92 .-../•
Corona Power and Water C 0... 99 \ ..'.
Cucamonga Water Co 98%
Edison Elec. CO Ist rfdg ; " 102
Edison Eiec Co old Issue 103 108
Home Telephone Co 8114 M
Home Telephone Co Ist rfdg ... 70 72
L A Pao Ist con mtgs 104V4
L, A Pacific By Ist rfdg .' 100
L A Railway Co 110
L A Traction Co 6s 102 110
L A Traction Co 6s 101 106
Mexican Natl Gas Co '..V 100
Mission Trans and R Co 97 98%
Pac Elec Ry Co 101 105%
Pao Light and Power Co 97%
Pasadena Home T and T Co 80
Pomona Con Water Co 96
Riverside H T and T Co 76 •
Santa Monica H T and T Co SO
Han Diego Homo Tel Co '„. ; 76
San Diego H T and T Ist mtgs .. 80 .
Temescal Water Co 99
Union Transportation Co 90 9214
U 8 Long Dlst T and T C 0...... 63 ,
Vlsalia Water Co 99 V;
Whlttier Home T and T Co lj »0
BANK STOCKS
Fid. Ask.
All Night and Day Bank.-. 45.00 112.00
Bank of Southern California 120.00
Broadway Bank and Trust 150.00
Central National Bank 171.00 185.00
citizens National 230.00 234.00
Commercial National 148.00
Farmers and Merchants Nut'!.. 270.00
Federal Bank of L A 12.60
First National 455.00 600.00
Gorman American Savings 333.00 345.00
Home Savings Bank of L A 116.00 120.00
Merchants National 600.00
Merchants Bank and Trust C 0 ..150.
National Bank of Cal 190.00
National Bank of com 100.00
The Southern Trust Co 75.00 85.00
(60 per cent paid up)
INDUSTRIAL AND PUBLIC UTILITIES
Bid. Ask.
Cal Portland Cement Co 110.00 176.00
Edison Electric pfd 76.60 80.25
Edison Electric com 62.50
Hawaiian Com and Sugar 41.00 43:00
Home Telephone pfd :. 37.00 38.00
Home Telephone com 6.00
Hutehlnson S P Co .17.00 25.00
L A Atheltlc Club 1000
L A Brewing Co 90.00
L A Investment Co 8.06
Paauhau S P Co .'.. 27.60 28.60
Pac Mut'Life Ins Co 250.00
Pac. Con Stone Co of Cal 4.40 4.60
Pasadena Home T and T Co 85.00
Riverside Home T and T Co 25.01)
San Diego Homo T and T Co 22.60
Santa Monica BUT pfd 19.00
Sun Drug Co 100
Se-lde Water Co ■ 100.00
Title Q and Tr Co pfd 250.00
V S I, R T and T Co pfd 39.00
Union Security Corp pfd 100.00
Union Trust Co 31.00
Whittler Home T and T Co 90.00
OIL STOCKS
PRODUCERS- Bid. Auk.
Amalgamated Oil 66.00 60.00 ■
American Crude Oil Co ; .62%
American Pet Co pfd 96.00
American Pet Co com „ 65.00 ;
Associated Oil 60.50 60.76
Urookshlre Oil 1.80 •
California Midway Oil C 0......... .58
Central • *07 2.25
Cleveland Oil Co 33%
Continental Oil 38 .65
Enos Oil Co I.IMi
Euclid Oil Co 55 .76
Globe .' -15
Jade Oil Co S3
Mexican Pet Ltd pfd 67.00 67.75
Mexican Pet Ltd com 25.50 27.00
Now Pennsylvania Pet Co 1.3614
Ollnda Land Co (Oil) 5614 .59
Palmer Oil Co 1.40
Perseus Oil Co -35
Plru Oil and L Co 18
Rice Ranch Oil Co 1.01
Section Six Oil Co .50
Trader's Oil Co 13000
Union ; 106.00 106.60
Union Provident Co 104.50 105.50
West Coast Oil com 9.00
Western Union 100.00
NON-PRODUCERS—
Nevada-Midway Oil Co „... > .85
Oleum Development Co OS'i .OS%
DAILY MINING CALL
OFFICIAL SALES
Morning— California Hills 10%.
Afternoon— California Hills 10%.
- LISTED STOCKS
CALIFORNIA— Bid. Ask.
Cal Hills M C 0... 10% .10%
Consolidated Mines Co 6.50 M ...
NEVADA—
Johnnie Mng and Milling C 0... .13% .15
Searchlight Parallel 01 .02
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
BAN FRANCISCO, June —Family extras,
$5.80#6.20; bakers' extras, [email protected]; Oregon
and Washington, [email protected]
Wheat-Shipping, »[email protected]
Barley-Feed, Jl.O7V4®l.OS"i; brewing, $1.1214;
chevalier, 1 nominal.
Oats—Red, 11.17',[email protected]; white, t1.47Mi91.E2H;
black, nominal. . ..r"
Mlllatuffs—Middlings, $28.0fl®31.00; mixed
feed, t24.00®30.00; rolled barley, |23.00®2(.00;
oatmeal, $4.00; oat groats, $3.80; rolled oats,
$28.00.
Wheat. $12.00:316.50; wheat and oat.
$9.00015.000; oat, wild, $7.00©U.00; oat. tame,
$10.00&15.00; alfalfa, l7.50®11.00; straw, 40
©660.
Receipts—Flour, 2245; wheat, 15; barley, 2565;
oats,' 500; beans, 50; corn, 435; potatoes, 3230;
onions. 365; bran, 60: middlings, 103; hay,
843; straw, 5; hides. 345; wine, 35,800.
Beans—Pink, [email protected]; lima, [email protected](i0;
email white, [email protected]; large white, J3.76®
•4.00,
Potatoes—New, 75c®51.26. , .
Onions— $1.75; common, 81.CO.
Various—Green peas, $1.00®1.75; string
beans, E®6o; egg plant, ift«c; green peppers,
10®16c; tomatoes, [email protected]«c; summer squash, [email protected]
65c; asparagus, [email protected]; rhubarb, [email protected];
garlic. [email protected]; cucumbers,- [email protected] :
Poultry—Live turkeys, nominal; old roosters,
[email protected]; young roosters, $7.BO®10.00; small
broilers, [email protected]: large broilers, [email protected];
fryers, J6.OO07.OO; hens, t500#7.00; ducks, old,
te.00(8!7.0<)0; ducks, young, [email protected]; geese.
S2.Oo'a-2.f.0; pigeons, old, $1,504(1.75.
COPPER STOCK INCREASED
NEW YORK, June -Tin monthly report
of ihe cupper Producers association, made
public today, shown that stock on hand June
1 Ml 160.425,873 pounds, an Increase of 18.
--441,814 pounds over May; May production 123.-
Ml, pounds, an Increase of r>.784,«57 pounds
over April; total deliveries during May, 104.-.
800,682 pounds, of which 45,495,440 pounds were
for export.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
Kpeclsl s.rvlre to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange. Chicago board
nf trade, stock and bond exchange of San
P'ranclsco.
SAN FRANCISCO, June S.-Followln« were
the closing Quotations:
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS— Bid. Asked.
Associated Oil Co S.« 98 08 >«
nay Counties Power Co 5s 103 , ..
Cal Central Gas and Elec 6s 101
Cal Gas ami Elec gen M&CT 65... 99% 100
California Ht Cable Co 6s 102 ..
California Wine Assn ,6s B*4
City Electric Co 5s 89% 00%
Contra Costa Water Co 5s WJJ»
do gen mtg On !»SV4 »s',j
Edison Eleo Co of Ii A ts 100
Bdlson Light and Power 6s "0
Ferries and Cliff House Ry 6s 101
Hawaiian Coml and Sugar f,s 104 100%
Honolulu R T & L. Co 6s 108%
Lake Tahoe Ry and T Co 6s 98
Los Angeles Eleo Co 6s 101
Lot Angeles Gas and El Co 6f1....100 102
Los Angeles Railway 6s 105
L A Pac. R Ii Ist con mtg 6s 102 106
L A Pao RR of Cal 6s 100% :>..
Marln Water and Power Co 6« 100% ..
Market Street Cable 6s 102%
do Ry Ist cons mtK 6n .. . 100%
Northern Ily Co of Cal 6s 11l
Northern Cal Railway Us 105
Northern Cal Power Co 65...., 100
Northern Electric Co 5s , M .
Oakland Oas Light and H 5s 105
Oakland Transit Co 6s 108 -„. '.
Oakland Transit 6b 105 ..;■
Oakland Transit Con 5s 105
Oakland Traction Con 6s 97
Oakland Water Co gtd 6s 97% ' ..
Omnibus Cable Railway 6s 104% 107
Pacific Gas Imp 4s *4 ,'■ ..
Pacific Tlectrlo Ry Co 5s 108 '
Pacific Light and Power Co 65.... 98%
do gtd 5s 101H
Pacific Tel and Tel Co 6s 9814 98%
Park and Cliff House Rv 6s 100 102
Park and Ocean R R 6s 100
People's Water Co os fi9
Powell Street Railway 81 ....100 101%
Sacramento Elec Gss and Ry 6s 101
S F Oak and Han Jose Ry 6s 103% , ..
do 2d mtg 5a »6 97
8 F Oak and S J Con Ry 6s 9G%
S J and Santa Clara Co R R 414s .. 90
SPR ROf Cal 1912 6s .......103% 104%
do Ist c gtd g 6s ..112% ..
8 P Branch Ry of Cal 6s .. 125
a P R R Co Ist rfdK 4s 96 96%
Stockton Gas and Corp 6s 106%
8 V Water Co gen mtg 4s 89% 90
United Gas and Elec Co 6s 102%
United RRofS F4s 67% ... ■
Valley Counties Power Co 6s 99%
WATER STOCKS—
Marln County 6114
Spring Valley Water Co 47%
OAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS-
Clty Electric Co 62% 64
N Cal Power Co Con M 64%
Pacific Lighting Corp com 67% 70
Oro Water 62% 64
INSURANCE STOCKS—
California Insurance Co 75 SO
Fireman's Fund 240
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS-
California 1:5
POWDER STOCKS—
Giant Consolidated Co "814 ••.;
SUGAR STOCKS—
Hawaiian Coml and Sugar Co 40 41
Honokaa. Sugar Co ...i.. 19%
Hutchlnson Sugar Plantation 18
Ktlauea Suirar Plantation Co 13 ' ..
Makawell Sugar Co 68 60
Anomea Sugar Co «
Paauhau S P Co ....; 27% 28%
Union Sugar Co "2%
OIL STOCKS—
Associated Oil Co 49%
Sterling OH and Dcv Co 2% ;,.. •
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS—
Alaska Packers' Association 90 91
Cal Fruit Canners 1 Assn 101
Cal Wine Association 81 ..
Pac Auxiliary Fire Alarm 6
Pacific Coast Borax Co 154
Pac Tel and Tel pfd 92 ..
do common 32% 35
Morning sales—sooo Bay Co Power 5s 103; 1000
Market Street 6s 102%; 1000 Los Angeles Pac
Ist Con 103%: 1000 Key Route 2d 6s 96%; 100
Alaska 90%; 25 City Elec 63; 20 Hawaiian 40:
90 Spring V Water 47%.
Afternoon sales—2ooo Pac Light and Power
Co r,s 98%; 4000 Fac Tel 5s 98%% 2000 Key
Route 5s 104; 2000 City Elec 5s 90; 1000 Marln
Water 5s 101%; 120 Northern Cal Power Con
6s 95: 50 Alaska 9014; 20 Assd Oil 49%; 10
Hutchlnson 18; 25 Fireman Fund Ins 235; 100
Spring Valley Water 47%. .-.■•"-
CHICAGO GRAIN
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, member of tho Chicago board of trade.
New Tork stock exchange and San Francisco
bond and stock exchange. 212 West Fifth
street. Los Angeles.
CHICAGO, June B.—The wheat market was
a rather small affair today, the July showing
more strength than other months, and the
trade nervous and running quickly In either
direction. Early tone was weaker, but later
the market showed more strength. Fine rains
with warmer weather northwest weakened
the market In that section, including Cana
dian northwest, which also received the
beneficial rainfall. European market turning
weak again, nearly all showing good losses.
Initial figures today on the spring wheat
acreage and condition. Corn strength and
the bullish attitude of a leading local elevator
concern combined to help values up, par
ticularly for July delivery, the latter based
on expectation of greatly reduced cash
wheat stocks expected before maturity of the
future.
Corn displayed much strength today,
largely because of free covering by shorts,
The latter were influenced by the largo ship
ments out of Chicago showing that shipping
pales have been larger than the trade has
been reporting. The country has not loosened
up much on Its corn sales. Weather, how
ever, has been much warmer and fine, al
though southwestern rains are booked to ap
pear east of the Mississippi riv«r tomorrow
with no change, of temperatures. First gov
ernment report on corn acreage and condition
comes next month.
Oats not as strong or as active relatively
as other grains. Trade views is that report
would show acreage exceeding last year's
record breaker and a high crop condition
besides. Considerable Felling of July oats by
cash and elevator people today. Cash demand
not as good as heretofore.
Provisions ranged sharply higher, largely on
buying headed by a local packing concern.
It Is the popular impression that the Mil
waukee packers have been selling on the
swells. ,i •*•■..'
MARKET RANGES
WHEAT— Open. High. Low. Close.
July 94Vi .95' i ,91Mi .96«
September 91V4 .91% .WT* .91%
December 90% .91% .90^ .01V4
CORN—
July MVi .MM .57*4 .-"A
September 59 .18% .68% .(Mi
December 57 .57% .M 74 .57%
May 68 .6914 , .68 .59
OATS— 37 .37H .36% .867.
July 37 .37ft .36% . 36T4
September i .35% .35% .3611 .85V4
December 38 -36'/i -33T» -36
PORK—
July 22.ir> 22.37% 22.15 22.25
September 21.03 21.90 21.65 21.70
Jui^ R.?.7. .....12.3714 12.45 12.37-4 12.37>4
September 12.27W 12.37": 12.23 12.27^
RIRS— *
July ....12.60- 12.80 12.60 12.75
September 12.27!', 12.42V4 12,«*4 12.30
. Cash quotations were as follows:
Flour, firm; No. 2 rye. [email protected]: feed or mix-
Ing barley, [email protected]: fair to choice malting,
[email protected];. flax seed. No. 1 Southwestern, $1.90;
No. 1 Northwestern, $2.00; timothy seed, $4.35:
clover, $11.25; mess pork, per barrel. $22.26©
22.50; lard, per 100 lbs.. $12.52#; short ribs,
sides (loose), [email protected]; short clear sides
(boxed), $13.25013.50.
• Grain statistics—Total clearances of wheat
and flour were equal to 184.000 bushels. Pri
mary receipts were 814.000 bushels, compared
with 123,000 bushels the corresponding day a
year ago. Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat. 12 cars; corn, 184 oars; oats, 98 cars;
hogs, 17,000 head.
Articles. Receipts. Shlpm'ts.
Flour, barrels 29,300 53,f,00
Wheat, bushel! 181.200 28.100
Corn, bushels 663,700 575.400
Oats, bushels 324. 410,200
Rye. bushels ' 7.000 1,000
Barley, bushels 8.500 19,800
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO, June B.—Cattle—Receipts esti
mated at 16,000; market strong: beeves. J5.80
©8.70: Texas steers, 15.85®7.35; western steer*.
[email protected]; stockera and feeders, 14.004T6.50:
cows and heifers, $2.90©7.15; calves, [email protected]
Hogs—Receipts estlmnted at 16,000;. market
150 higher; light, »[email protected]; mixed, J9.30®
8.60; heavy, »9.J»©».«0; rough, $9.25©0.»f1; good
to choice ■ heavy. »9.35©9.60; pigs, 19.0063.50;
bulk of sales, J9.45«-9.55.
Receipts estimated at 18,000; market
strong, 100 up; native, [email protected]; western,
ID.TIOM0; yearlings, W.Sr."»T.SO; lambs, native,
}5.254(5.70; western, J5.00-35.59.
FINE MELON WEATHER
IN IMPERIAL VALLEY
120 in the Shade—Cantaloupes
Cheaper—Eggs, Butter
and Fruits Steady
The Imperial valley weather statistician re
ports th^ temperature at 120 In the chads,
excellent conditions for the melon crop.
Monday fourteen carloads of cantaloupes anil
nutmegs were shipped and Los Angeles pro
duce dealers received a liberal supply.
In the local market yesterday egg receipts
were 420 cases, with no chance In quota
tions. Butter receipt*, 61,403 pounds. Mar
ket steady.
Onion prices were reduced to $1.73 per cwt.
for Australian Browns.
Prices were lows? "»n apricots. Cantaloupes
took another drop. Cherries In boxes were
lower and . peaches, plumH and watermelons
were also lower.
Strawberry prices dropped off 1 cent; rasp
berries advanced 1 cent, j Valencia oranga
prices were higher, while navels were quoted
lower.
The only change In green truck was a
slight advance In cucumbers and a decline
In summer squash.
Big catches of halibut show in the market.
Other sea rood or all kinds in liberal supply.
Receipts of produce were: Eggs, 42 cases;
butter, 51,493 pounds; cheese, 32,585 pounds;
potatoes, 45 sacks.
PRODUCE PRICES
Wholesale prices of produce to retailers as
corrected dally by Market Reporter:
EGGS —Local ranch candled. 2»o; local
ranch, case count, buying price, '-W/iC.
BUTTER-Selllng price to trade. 2Vic high
er; California creamery, extras, 30c; Califor
nia creamery, gists, 29c; cooking butter, 25c.
CHEESE—Northern, fresh, 17c; Anchor,
large, 17c; Oregon, Daisy, 18c; Eastern, sin
gles, Me; Eastern, twins, 18c: Eastern, dais
ies, 18>4c; Eastern, long horn, 19-; East
ern Cheddars, 19c; imported Swiss. JO®
Sic, Jack cheese, 23c; domestic Swiss, 21c;
cream brick, 20c; Limburgc-r, 20®21c; Roque
fort, [email protected]; Edam, $8.0O(g9.OO; Canadian
cream, per box, $1.00.
BEANS—Pinks, $7.50; limas, $4.75; Lady
Washington*. $4.-75; small whites, $5.25; black
eyes, $8.26: bayous, $6.50; Garvanzas, 11.50;
Lentils, California, $7.00.
POTATOES— $1.25; Highlands, per
cwt., 85c®$1.00; Lompoe, per cwt., [email protected]
1.50; Watsonvllle. per cwt.. »1.00©l.M; Idaho,
per cwt., [email protected]$1.10; new potatoes, per box,
[email protected]; Oregon Burbanks, per cwt., $1.35©
1.50; Oregon White Rose. $1.00: Salinas, $1.25
@1.35; Yellow Sweets, per lug, $1.35.
ONlONS—Bermudas, per sack. $2.50; Ber
mudas, crates, [email protected]: Northern Austral
lan borwn, per cwt., $175; Nevadas, $2.00;
local Silver Skins, lug box, 60o; Oregon,
$1.76; garlic, per lb.. B®loo.
APPLES— Bcllefleur, 3',i-tlor, $1.75; Fall Pip
pins. $1.65; Fall Pippins, 4't-tler, $1.40; Green-
Ings, $1.60; reenings, Pi-tier. $1.35; Jonathan,
4',4-tler Colorado Jack, $2.26; Pearmalns,
white winter, 4-tier, $1.85; Pearmains, 4%-tier,
$1.40; Pearmaln*, red, 4-tier, $1.60; Pearmalns,
red, tH-tler, $1.20; Ben Davis, Col., $1,253
1 60; Ben Davis, Col., [email protected]: Newtown
Pippins, 4-tler, $2.00; Newtown Pippins, 4H
tler. $1.32; Mo. Pippins, Col., $2.00; Langfordi.
4-tier, $1.65: Langfords, 4Vj-tier, $1.25; Rome
Beauties. $3.00; Spltzenburgs, • 4-tler, $3.00;
Cnnos Colo. Jack, $1.76;» Wlnesaps Col., $2.50;
Wlnesaps, 4-tler Cal., [email protected]
BERRlES—Strawberries, per basket, 4®..c;
cranberries-, per tbl.. $13.00; raspberries, per
basket, 485 c; blackberries, per basket, Ift
lij3',2c; loganberries, per basket, itfbc;
gooseberries. 7c.
ClTßUS—Grapefruit, seedless, $3.00; >.rape
frult, seedlings, $3.00; lemons, fancy, $3.25®
3.50, lemons, choice, $2.50; oranges, fancy
navels, [email protected]; oranges, choice navels,
$2.00; oranges, tangarlnes, Vi box, $1.50; or
anges, Valenclas. fancy, J2.50®3.00; limes,
20-lb. box, $1.25.
TROPICAL—Bananas, per !b., Be; bananas,
red, per lb., 6c; dates, Fard. lb., [email protected];
dates. Golden, lb., 7'[email protected]: Persian, 1-lb.
packages, 7V»?ißc; Alligator pears, doz., $2.<[email protected]
3.50; pineapples, [email protected]
MISCELLANEOUS— Apricots, per lug box,
[email protected]$l; cantaloupes, standards, $2.00; can
taloupes, per pony crate. $1.35; cantaloupes,
specials, crate, [email protected]; cherries, white, bulk,
[email protected]; cherries, black, per lb., [email protected]; currants,
per crate, $1.00; figs, per box, $1.26131.50;
guavas. per basket, 4®50; loquats, per lbs.,
l®2e; peaches, box, $1.60; plums, lug boxes,
VEGETABLES—Artichokes, northern, do I*.,
[email protected]; asparagus, gren, per lb., 4<g>7c; bell
pepper*. Floridas, lb., 25c; beets, dnz.,
bunches, [email protected]; beans, string, lb., I<4<S>2c;
cabbage, [email protected])$l sack; carrots, doz. bunches,
25®35c: cauliflower, crate. $1.0001.50; celery,
per crate. $?.60®8.75; cucumbers, box, [email protected]
$1 00; green corn, doz., [email protected]; corn husks,
cut per lb., 10c; corn husks, uncut, per lb..
So;'egg plant, lb., 15e: horseradish, per lb.,
[email protected]; oyster plant, per doz.. 35®40e; okra,
lb., 30c; lettuce, crate, [email protected]; peas, lb.,
2®4c; parsley. doz., 25c; parsnips, doz., 2513>
35c: rhubarb, crimson winter, [email protected]; rhu
barb, northern strawberry, box, $1.50; spinach,
doz 15c; squash, summer. crate. [email protected];
young onions, doz., 20®S0o; turnips, doz.
bunches, 25J?35c; tomatoes, local, per crate,
$1.00; tomatoes, Mexican, crate, $2.25*
$" 50 •')s.
DRIED FRUITS— Apples, evaporated, lb.,
S©9e- figs, loose, white, box. $1.60; fllgs,
loose', black, box, $1.35; Imported fig», IKJ
!6®lße; currants, 9WlOc; peaches, lb,, M 49
3c- pears, lm., 10«rl2c; plun.s. lb., 12V4c;
nectarines, lb., [email protected]«,c.
PRUNES—2O-309. ll®12c; 30-40 S. Sc; 40-50s,
7Hc; 50-603, 6c; 60-70S, 6c; 70-808, 6V40; 80-90s,
oßAlSlNS—(Muscatels): 2 Crown, loose, 50-
Ib boxes, lb., 4V4c; S Crown, loose, 50-lb.
Soxes lb , 6c; 4 Crown, loose, 80-lb. boxes,
lb.. 6'/4c; London layers. 2 Crown, 20-lb.
box $115; London layers, 3 Crown, 20-lb. box,
1125; London layers, 4 Crown. 20-lb. box,
1160- London layers, 6 Crown. $1.85 Sultanas,
belached, «OUOi Sultanas, unbelachcd, lb..
V.ic- seeded raisins. 16-o:<. pkges. [email protected];
seeded raisins, 12-oz. pkges, Hie
Almonds, fancy IXL, lb., liigilSc;
almonds. Ne Plus Ultra, lb., 16c; Brazils, lb..
[email protected]; cocoanuts, 95c©51.00; filberts. f lb.,
14®15c; hickory, lb.. 8c; pecans, XX. IK,
I2iic- pecans, XXX. lb.. 16c: pecans, XXXX.
lb 17c; peanuts, eastern, lb.. 17c: peanuts,
California, lb., f.iiffiSe; peanuts, Japan, lb..
«H©7c; peanuts, Spanish, shelled. No. 1, per
lb. 10c; plnenuts, 20c; walnuts. No. 1, S. S
Ih" liaise; walnuts. No. 2, lb., 10c; walnuts,
Jumbos, [email protected]; walnuts, budded, [email protected];
popcorn, eastern, per cwt., $3.50; popcorn,
local, per cwt., [email protected]
RICE—Per lb.: Fancy Honduras (Carolina),
$6 76- choice Honduras (Carolina), $6.00(8>6.r.n;
Japan grades. [email protected]; Island rice, $5.60;
broken. $3.60.
HONEY—Extracted, water white, lb., VAGi
So; extracted white, lb., 7©7',4c; extracted,
light amber, lb.. 6^o; comb, water white,
1-lb frames. 16©17 c; comb, white. 1-lb.
frames, 15(fil6c; comb, light amber, 1-lb.
frames, [email protected]%c; beeswax, lb., 30c.
LIVESTOCK—Packers pay f. o. b. Los An
gele sfor: Beef steers, • 6©6V4c; beef heifers,
4Mj©sc; beef calves, [email protected]; mutton, weathers.
$5.0066.00: muttton. ewes, [email protected]; mutton,
lambs, $5.50®3.75; hogs. 'lie.
POULTRY— Turkoyß, live, per lb., 23©25 c:
largo hens, 4 lbs. up, per lb., ISo; small
hens. 2". to 814, per lb., ISc; bhollers. IVi to
2 lbs., per lb., 25c; fryers,, 2% to 3 lbs., per
lb.. 25c; rcait chicken, per I lb., 20c; ducks,
per lb., ISc; geese, per lb., 16c; squabs, per
dozen.' $1.50; old roosters, per lb., Be.
CHILI— Evaporated, strings, lb., 20c; evap
orated, loose, lb.. 17c; Mexican, black, lb., 250, i
Green Chill, lb.. 20c; Chili Tepins. lb., $1.2«;
Japan, 15a
HAY (Baled)— Following quotations are
furnished by the Los Angeles Hay Storage
company: Barley, $12.50«!}14.50; tame oat hay.
pit ton, [email protected]; alfalfa, per ton. $13.50®
14.50; wheat hay. $14.00016.00.
SUGAR AND COFFEE
XEW YORK. June 8. —Coffee futures to
day closed steady, net 5 points down to 3
points up. Sales were reported of 4750 bugs.
Closing bids were: June, 6.20 c; July, 8.560;
Aug. 6.35 c; Sept. Oct. 6.40 c; Nov. 6.4501
Dec. «.50c: Jan. 6.53 c: Feb. 6.5;-:: Marcli.
Ho; April, 6.68 c; May, 6.600. Spot, steady.
No. 7 Rio, 8 l-4c; No. 4 Santos. 9 3-8 c; mild
quiet; Cordova. 9%&12% c
.Sugar— Raw, -firm; Muscovado, 89 test,
I.TSrfj centrifugal, 96 test, 4.240; molasses
sugar, 89 test, 3.49 c: refined, steady; crush
ed, 5.85 c; granulated, 5.15 c; powdered, 5.20 c.
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
CHICAGO. June B.—Putter— Steady; creamer
ies. [email protected]; dairies. [email protected]
Kggs— Steady at mark, cases Included, ISHO
MSVic; receipts, 22,223; firsts, n%c; prime first?,
Cheese—Firm: daisies, l"«M6Vic; '•■'■'"' U\@
lie: Young Americas, HO IS 140; long horns,
[email protected]>ic.
KAN FRANCISCO. June Butter—Fancy
creamery, SSSjc; eeconds, -"'■; fancy dairy, Me,
Cheese—Naw, [email protected]; Young America, 14©
16>40.
■ Eggs-Ranch, 27c; store, 20&u.
First Exclusive Private Wire House on the Pacific Coast
J. C. WILSON
MEMBER NEAV YOltK STOCK EXCHANGE
CHICAGO HO Will OF TRADE •
THE STOCK AND UONIJ EXCJIANOE. S. F.
Correspondents, HARRIS, WINTHROP & CO.
om<aitegSrsMSo A2^rA^c/^o^ IA.
Pasadena Clients Will Get Instantaneous Service by
Calling Home 119
[B. G. LATHROP, Manager r™-™.v.vn P ™*-y,Aiy «<*«.
CLEARINGHOUSE^ AIN KS___
"name^ " ~ "~ OITICEKS
C, .»T." . t, , "™ K. J. WATERS, President,
ltizens National Bank wm. \r. woods, cannier.
' Capital, 11,000,000.
8. W. corner Vhlrd and Main. Burplug. tJOO.OOO.
i"_ . , „ . i r» «1 W. A. BONY NOB. President.
fiommercial National BanK newman essick. cashier.
1 Capital. $200,000.
| U <qi S. Spring, corner Fourtn. Surplus an 1 Undivided Profits, «<S.OW.
o' ■.- ; . T .. 1 r>-_l, U W. IIKL.LMAN, President.
armers & Merchants National Bank chahles kkyler. cashier.
Farmers & Merchants National Bank Capital. J1.500,000. cashier,
rnpltal, $1,600,000.
Cornrr Fourth and Main. Kurplua n:-,d Proflta, $1,000.000.
F_. : 7~ZZ 7~~~ J. M. ELLIOTT, President,
irst National Bank w. t. b. hammond. c-uhi«.
Capital stock, 250,000.
K. K. corner R-rnnd and Spring. SurWiM and Proflta. n.IiSS.OOO. [|N
_ _ , T , . W. H. HOI.I.IDAY. "resldont.
Merchants National Bank chas. greene, cashier.
erchants National Bank crab, grkene. cashier.
tMi ■'—■■ Capital. $2U0,000. ,_
IVI H. E. corner Third and Spring. Surplus ft Undivided Protlts. $M»,OM.
1 N— — "~~ ... T" J. E. FISHBORN, President,
ational Bank of California ». s. mckeb, cashier.
\ll N. K. corner Fourth and Spring. Puf'lul.' "undivided Prollt.. IIM.OW.
— , ' ; "- 5. F. .IOMBRO, President.
entral National Bank /ames d. gist, caabur.
Central National Bank Capital. J300.000. caahier.
Capital. $300,000.
B. B. corner Fourth and Broadway. Surplus ft Undivided Profit.. $243.00*.
Broadway Bank & Trust Company j.'."w."bedman. cashier,
sns-31« Rroaflway, Bradbury building. .-apltal. $250,000. Profits. 2M.00».
SOJ-8M roadway, Bradbury building. 'urplu. & Undivided Profit.. ga.oo«.
■ — : —— ; ■ ISAIAS V/. HELLMAN. President.
nited States National Bank F . t/. smith, ciuhier.
Capital. $200,000.
S. E. corner Main and Commercial. Surplus and Profits. $73.000.
JJOSJ,NGELES^ S AVINGS^ANKS^ '
f SECURITY 14.
Largest and Oldest in the Southwest
Resources $28,000,000.00
Pays the hlehest rate* of Interest and on the m«t liberal term* ooiuUteat wltt)
»onnd. conservattvn banking.
Largest and best equipped Safe Deposit and Storage Vault in the
Southwest.
I Security Building Spring and Fifth Streets J
BBNiIBUIMDIW
«^^^ 881 Tfi£ Si ANHWI TH ' THE 1 «a^^g~
ZW m EFFICIENT WITH THE *^B
EFFICIENT SERVICE
%m mm'££*. niM iG ANA FOURTH STS.
HARNESS i. £A5&..«^ SADDLERY
BUILDING PERMITS
Following are the permits Issued
since the last publication of the list
and classified according to wards:
permit!. Value.
Second ward 8 $12, -'.jO
Third ward 1 '>••'
Fourth ward '- 3i>o
Fifth ward 6 9.4t.' u
Sixth ward 4
Kighth ward 2
Totals =3 $33,601)
Hollywood, Hollywood boulevard and
Magnolia avenue—Mary F. Keith and
Mary E. Taylor, 145 MeCadden place,
owners; one-story five-room office
building, $3000.
Hollywood, Hollywood boulevard and
MeCadden place—Jennie K. Wood, 145
McCadden place, owner; one-story
five-room office building-, $3000.
Hollywood, Hollywood boulevard and
Magnolia avenue—Jennie E. Wood and
Edwin Carver, 145 MeCadden place,
owner; one-story five-room office
building. $3000.
Forty-eighth street, 1057 West—Leo
leaning, 2128 West Jefferson street,
owner and builder; one-story six-room
residence, $2000.
Powers street and Melrose avenue —
Joseph E. Davis, 666 Powers street,
owner; additions to residence, $150.
Arapaboe street, 1107 —John P. Diem
pel, 451* East Fourth street, owner;
addition to residence, $200.
Forty-seventh street, 1561 East—J.
A. Cederberg, 1537 East Forty-seventh
street, owner; J. Smith, builder: two
story seven-room residence. $3000.
Euclid avenue and Stoll street-
Robert Oillespie, 436 Douglas building,
owner; one-story seven-room residence,
$L'OHO.
Forty-first street, 82fi East—W. D.
Clark, 787 East Forty-first street.
owner; W. O. Clark, builder: one and
a half story seven-room residence,
$1800.
Main street, 2602-04 South—F. D.
'Lanterm.-in, 120 East Adamg street,
owner: J. S. Hill, builder; one-story
tour-room picture theater, $iono.
San Marino street. 2fiS3—Joseph
Qrundy, at lot, owner: K. E, Jones,
builder; alterations of residence, $150.
Bauchet street, 435—Martin L. M.
Muller, 1128 Oxford street, owner; L.
]■;. gomers, builder; one-story two
loom residence, $200.
Washington street, 1120 East—Agnes
Bleeh, at lot, owner and builder; al
terations of residence, $150.
Forty-eighth street, 1547 West-
Charles J. Trude. 1287 West Forty
seventh street, owner; Turner k Son,
builders; one-story six-doom residence,
H2IOO,
Canyon drive, 357 North—C. E. Gal
loway, 318 Carlton Way, owner: D. P.
Pugh, builder; alterations of residence,
$500.
Norton and Linden avenues— Ray
Boker, 355 Harvard boulevard, own t:
D. A. Kimball, builder; one and a half
story nine-room residence. $2350.
Wilmington. Eighth and G streets—
J. M. Hart, Wilmington, owner and
builder; one-sotry four-room residence,
$500. i
Wilmington, East Tenth and Blim
street*—W. W. Wheatley, Wilmington,
owner and builder: one-story four
room residence, $800.
Mohawk street, 1016 —Mrs. Sylvia
Vogt, at lot, owner; F. B. Kinsman,
builder; alterations of residence, $300.
Los Angelrs street. 125-129 North —
E. P. Boibyshell, at lot, owner; Rtch
nirls-Neustadt Construction company,
builded: addition to building;, $3000.
COTTON AND WOOL
ST. LOUIS, .Juno S. —Wool, steady; terri
tory and wp-tern mediums, 16©;2e; fine
mediums, ITOlsc; line, 11014°.
■ NEW FORK, June B.—Cotton closed firm
at a net train of I to 16 points. Spot dossil
dull: middling uplands, 16. '.'Or; do gulf.
15.115 c: sales 1853 bales. Futures closed
firm; June. 15.11 c; July. lE.Slo; kui 14.75 c;
Bapt. 13.15 c; Oct. 12.41 c; Nov. 11.3>ai Dec.
12.23 c; Jan. 12.!0c; March. 13.215.
FLOUR AND FEED
Following are the wholesale prices on flour
and feed furnished by the' Los Angeles Farm-
Ing anil Milling company:
FAMILY FLOUR—
XXXX Standard, blended, per bbl 16.00
Purity 8-3»
Our Pride *•»>
Apple Blossom : 6.00
Flour in H-sacks 200 per bbl higher. XXXX
is retailed at J1.70 per M sack; 90c per H sack.
MEALS AND CEREAL GOODS—
5s Bales. »Sa Vis
firaham flour $3.40 $3.20 $3.15 $3.10
Entire wheat flour 3.50 3.50 3.25 3.20
Rye flour 3.80 3.60 8.65 3.60
Rye meal 3.80 3.60 3.65 3.50
Corn meal, Y. & W 2.80 ', 2.60 2.55 2.50
Oatmeal, *te"l cut 5.70' 6.60 6.45 6.4«
Hominy, large and small 4.10 3.00 3.58 3.80
Farina •»•<» *•«> 8.75 »-711
Cracked wheat 4.00 3.80 8.75 3.70
XXXX pastry, In bales *[email protected]
XXXX family In bales 3.7093.50
Rolled wheat, bbl. 126 lbs *4.50
Roll wheat, sacks, 75 lbs., per sack 2.50
Rolled wheat, sacks, 50 lbs., per lack 1.70
100 lbs.
Alfalfa meal *l-30
Bone, granulated 2.00
Bone meal 2.00
XXXX beef scraps 3.10
Bran 145
Rolled barley 1-25
Charcoal 2.10
XXXX chick feed *-9»
Per bale 20 6-lb bags 3.30
Per bale of 70 10-lb. bag! 3.10
Corn, eastern mixed ISO
Eastern white }■»
Yellow dent Iss
Cracked l-ss
Small yellow 1.95
Feed meal • I-3"
White Egyptian 1-60
XXXX dry mush (a superior egg food)
per 90-lb. sack .' 2.15
Grit, granite •. .75
Oil cake meal 2.75
Oats, extra quality white feed 1.85
Shell, California clam .| 75
XXXX special dry scratch food 2.10
Shorts I-"
Wheat 1.80
100-lb. sack 1.85
Cracked, 100-lb. sack 2/)5
NEW YORK COTTON
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
eon, 213 West Fifth street, Los Angeles,
NEW YORK, June B.—Quietness continued
In today's cotton market, the first prices
being practically unchanged, followed almost
Immediately by the. usual drive, which carried
them oft a few points, to be again succeeded
by a quiet rally, bringing options back to
about last night's level. In this rally It
was noticeable that the distant options were
a hit firmer than the near.
Spot cotton In New York dull and un-
hanged at 15.20, with sales of 1853 bales.
I'M a ranged as follows: . —close—
Open. High. Law. Bid. Ask.'
January 12.12 12.20 13.12 12.20 12.21
March 12.14 12.14 12.14 12.21 12.23
June 15.10 18.10 15.10 15.11 15.13
July 15.16 15.23 15.04 15.21 15.23
August 14.59 14.78 14.49 14,75 14.76
September 13.12 13.19 13.08 13.16 IS.IB
October 12.83 12.43 12.30 12.41 12.42
November 12.29 12.81
December 12.15 12.24 12.14 12.23 12.24
Spot cotton, 15.20; steady; unchanged.
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