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FINANCIAL-COMMERCIAL
SLIGHT EFFECTS
ON STOCK PRICES
Listless Attention Given to News
on the New York Ex
change '
CROP ADVICES ARE MIXED
Various Factors Combine to
Build Up Strength of
Metropolitan Banks
f Associated Urea*]
NE WTORK, July 1!).—Only listless
attention was paid to any news by
operators in stocks today, and no in
ducemont was found for taking steps
In the market that made a percepti
b)o effect on prices. The amounts of
tle dealings were trivial and the
range of prices narrow.
The banking outlook, the labor ques
tion and crop news wero discussed
With languid Interest, and dealings
growing out of these considerations
very often reversed in tho course of
the day's session. An early decline
.was followed by a recovery leaving
fractional gains.
Canadian Pacific was rather acutely
affected by the system's sympathetic
Influenco of the strike on the Grand
Trunk. That occurrence MOWd to
dominate sentiment over the labor
question to the exclusion of agreement
on a basis of settlement between the
Pennsylvania and its employes both
east and west.
Its Influence was enhanced by tne
uneaay • feeling existing in. England
over th« -dispute over wages on some
of Its railroad systems, while the
French railroads are in the throes of
a like contention.
Influences from the side of crop ad
vices were mixed. Movements In the
cotton market are accepted as passing
phases of a speculative campaign
rather than accurately reflective of tho
state of supply and Its promise.
Various factors are combining to
.'build up the strength of the New York
banking position, but the effect on
■entlment In the stock market is modi
fied by a disposition to look askance
at tho revived movement for the form
ation of currency associations such as
are provided for In the law for is
suance of emergency currency.
Protestations from treasury au
thorities and from such bankers as
favor the movement that the time Is
fitting owing to absenco of any present
emergency do' not prevent ■ assump
tion that preparations Is desired for a
possible resort to the emergency Issues
this fall.
The Unitod States treasury Is turn
ing back into the money market a
large proportion of the sum collected
for the corporation income tax. Heavy
government disbursements have estab
lahed a gain for the Now York banks
on the operations with the treasury
Since the first bank statement of |8,
--565,000. Currency receipts from the In
terior and Incoming gold shipments are
to be reckoned in addition.
Bonds wero steady. Total sales, par
value, $955,000. United f'tates bonds
were unchanged on call.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Special «ervle« to Tho Herald by J. C. WU«
inn, 212 West Fifth street, Los AnKelos, mem
ber New Yorlc stock exchange. Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco. '
NEW YORK. July 19.-Fol!owin«; were th«
quotations today:
Bales. Btook. High. Low. Bid. Ask.
....:.. Allls-Chalmers 814 •
do preferred ■■ 281j
18,700 Amals Copper .... BD% B8 H 6914
MO Amor Beet Sugar.. 3l!i 31% 31 3114
. do preferred .. 9214 93%
1,000 Amer Cnn Co 814 »'.i B°* 8%
do preferrn .. «S' a SO
....... Am Car and Fdry r.O S»H
do preferrod ■ US 114\
ioo Am Cotton Oil .... 89»i 89% 6914 «0.
do preferred -.. 1"2 107
Amer Kxpress .225 HO
4<X) Am Ice Securities .. 2:: 32' i U 2214
300 Amer Linseed 121 i 12% UN UK
300 do preferred SI 251 i 31;. 33
. Am-r Locomotive 3S',i 3314
.. do preferred 104 log'i
4.700 Am Smlt and Titg. 6914 «SV4 69 fi>l4
400 do preferred 101-T4 101 V& 10114 101%
SOOAmer Sugar .......11914 11» 120 131
.. do preferred 11l 120
Amer Steel Fdra r.ni; 6114
800 Amer Trl and Te1.13214 133 132% IS2V4
SOOAmcr Tob pfd .... 9! 95 91tt 9214
100 Amer Woolen 28_ 28 S(i 2814
do preferred 93%. 93 M . 93%
, Anarnnda •• 3G% 3714
100 Atlantic C Lino ..112 112 112 lir,
6,700 ATA Hanta Fe.. 99 08 98% 99
In preferrod 9!1% IMI4
900 Halt ft Ohio .......10914 l«i I<>B% 10914
dr. preferred .. -89 91
1,200 Blt T 77V' 7G% 77', 77%
3.300 Canadian raclflo. 1M I lUr^ 186«, i
800 C& O 7SH 7S',i 73% 74
C & A 2414 27
300 C& O W 2314 23 23- 24
do preferred 48 46i,a
100 C & N W ltiH 14214 1«14 US
13.700 CH& Pt P 123' i 12214 123 123>/i
400 do preferrod 14714 147 147 148
700 Central Leather .. 3214 32 32% 32%
2«0 do preferrod 104 10* * 10314 10414
rt of N J x-.llv 2. .. .. £60 2«8
C C C & SI L.... 70 75
... . do preferred .. 95 105
i 800 Colorado F and I 3114 3114 32 82V4
» do preferred .. .. 113V4 117
Columbus H C & I .. .. * «14
100 Colorado Southern. P4 B4 83V6 P4V4
] do Ist preferred 73 75
„..,.. do 2d preferred .. .. 72 75
1,900 Consolidated Gas.. 133 134 134V4
400 Corn Products .... 14 11 > ■ 14',i 1414
400 do preferrod 744 73Vi 73 73%
2OODeI ft Hudson ....157% IM% 187 157%
100 D L ft W 520 r.L»O ■ 800 878
200 D&R Cl 2914 2914 30 • 30Vi
do preferred 69 71
.; Dlamnnd Match .. 95H 94 93 94
Distil Securities • 27% 28%
Duluth S S.-& A 11 1114
;. do preferred 21% 2214
400 Erin •. 24% MH MM 25
3i» do iRt preferred.. 41% 401 a 4«V4 41H
„„,.'. do Id preferred 80 MVI
;. QMitral Electrlo 14114 142V4
. f!t Northern Ore.. .. .. 62 ■ U
1,700 Ot Northern pfd .'125 123% 12414 125
.. Illinois Central 128 128%
700 Interbor-Metro .... is\i 17% 17% 1814
200 do preferred 5014 80,4 5014 50%
Internat Paper ...... „ lit; 11
do preferred 48 49
'].... Internat Pump „. 43H 4414
....... do preferred 82% 83
200 lowa Central 17% 17*
. do preferred 84% 84% 34 85
200 X C Southern .... 28 28 29 80
„. dn preferred 62% 6514
I, Ift Western .. 15 . 1714
do preferred .. 35 . 43
700L&N 143 142% »34 14314
....... Maokay 84 m •
100 do preferred 7314 7314 73 74 .
....'... Manhattan 12814 132
Mexican Central .... ... 26 27%
Mln ft St Li .. • 24 27
„....;;» do, pMttrwd:. 36 3*
100 M flt P* S 8 M..126U 12314 124 125
....... do preferred ' ■• 140 H",,
800 M X A Texai .... 32 81% 32Vi 32V4
do preferred ■■ 3 S .
100 Missouri Paclflo .. 63* MVi 68V4 M
200 National Lead .... 6J*i «BY* 6* 68%
do preferred .. 104 '"■'
National Biscuit .. i. ■• I™ I"7
do preferred 118 '--
400 Nevada Cons 18H I'% »■ "X
N V Air Brake 71 7"
1,800 N T Central 11414 113* IW% lU%
NTC& Bt I JJ ,W
.. do Ist preferred M° 1'"
, do N preferred «J »>
. ... NTN II A Hart. .. .. lril 163
300 N V Ont & W « « « Ml
600 Norfolk * Westrn H* »m 4 97 , 98
do preferred s7^ *»
800 North American... «Mi JJ J» 70
1,800 Northern Paoino ..11(1% 117% JWW I" 1*
Omaha jg Sj
'In preferred 150 170
Faclflo Co«»t » »™
"i.iwJJnS'R^l'oi.""."!"* ljtH U«3 |v.
jnoT"Mi,i. i O«i 1«« in< 1J« ™
....... Plttsburg Coal JJ ''
......,~ do preferred ■ JL,
. ...PC Oft Btl JW MH
do preferred 1« ™*
.. PTMMd Steal Car. .. .. Wl £-[»
100 rlo preferred «B« 95* M MX
Ry Bteel Springs »> *"*
1."".-^ mn &»«*
. do Ist preferred .. .. » "H
....!• do 2.1 preferred,. 04 M M S-
Republic S and T *w» -U
. do preferred M "
iiii Book bland Co!. B*l4 :ii"i 32 m
I.MO So preferred "s» 73 M MVi
Slons Khrf 3 nnd 1.. ■• **n JJ
do preferred ■■ 'I!
.. .. st t. &SF Ist rfd .. .. f f
100 d.. 2.1 preferred.. 41 41 4114 42
ai T X- S W ■ • -' 3 5"
-W do preferred, «7* «7V, JJ «
,-«ra> Pouthern Pacific „114 IJJH IWH W»g
200 Southern Railway, 23 23 -•« -JW
.. do preferred "}* Jj
T«nnes«*e Topper.. .. ■■ g* "
1000 Tr-xas Pacinc 27«4 17*4 IT ZJ
300Thlrd Aye 104 10% "4 IJJ4
Toledo Ft Ij ft W 21 21%
' 400 do preferred 4«'i 47% i 48 4«>.
Twin City R T 10MJM*
T'n Bae and Paper .. .. «* «
"n.m un?on rpacin2 :::."i62»i iiivt WM fi „
«.»► Union Pacinc 162« i 1114 l«M l«%
do preferred •• *" ■•}•
.. United IMs of B F .. .. ■• 2?H
.... do preferred J"
M 0 TT 3 Cast Irn Pipe 14V* 14 11 W*
do preferred .. ■• H «"
... IT B Rubber 3" JJ
800 do l»t preferred..lo7W 10714 107 IJS
do 21 preferred 71 "* .
'WOOO V a Steel Cor .... 7"% OJt T0« 7J%
700 do preferred .....11« ltr.HH* UJM
I.COO rtah Copper 4M4 41% 424 . 42»4
<mo Va-Car Chem Co.. W»M N S«H 8914
2(io do preferred .....120 11MI 11* JJJ
WWabash 17 17 17 17H
1000 do preferred M 35% 3« lwl *
Wells Fariro Er Ml I/O
100 Western T'nlon .. 604 •*o"'i 60H 61
Westlnghouse •• SOW 6M4
WWtl E <H V 4V; i«
do Ist preferred Mi llVi
do 2d preferred.. . &Vi «
200 'Wlseonstn Central 30 M 4»v4 BOH
Am Hide and I.ea. .. 6V4 SH
700 do preferred 28% 57 27"<i 27%
Am Ag» and Ch«n 28% 87 27>i 27%
Am A«rr and Shim .. .. 37 40
. do preferred 1004 . 103
\*soelated Oil 61
„ , Tifth Steel 22' i '-'•*"«
...:. do preferred "3
Nat Enamel and 3.. .. 15H 17V4
do preferred "0 M
100 Pac Tel and Tel .. 31 31 31 SS<4
300 Infl Barveatar.... 94 M% 94 94H
1 300 do preferred 1W 120 120 1:2
' too XI S Realty 71 71 70 72
100 West Maryland ...44 44 43% <i":
Total sales, 225. 104 shares.
NEW YORK BONDS
■peefal service to The Herald hy j. c. wu
•on. 213 Weat Fifth street. Los Angeles, mem
bir New York stock exchange. Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchanfe of San
Francisco.
NEW '-YORK. July 19.—Followlmt were the
closing quotations: Bid. Asked.
AtohUoo sen 4a Rl^ 98%
Atchlson cony 4a 103V4 104
Ilaltlmnro & Ohio Ist 4s 98 M%
nitt 4s 8 -"i ,v M%
Colorado Industrial Cs i»
U B Realty 5s *] »}4
Rock [aland 00l 4s 7H4 71%
Southern PaciHo ref 43 i>3% 93V4
Southern Pacific col 4s 90 91
Southern Paclflo oonv 45.... 96% 97
Union Pacific Ist 4s 100V4 100%
Union racltlo cony 4s 102' i 102%
[■ S Steel 6a ....: 102!S JlO3
United Railway 4» ....65 ,70
Wabaah'deb la «Hi . *4V4
Western Pacinc 6s »2% 93
n & H G ref 53..J i 90 H
Japanese 4s »V« MJ4
Japanese lal 4Vm 95 ">"\
Japanese id IVia «W 94%
TI s2s registered 100% i'l! 1*
Tr a Is coupon IWNi ..
TT B3s registered 101% 103
IT B 3s coupon lOlti . 102
rs 4 reglptercd 114? i "■">
U B 4s coupon 11lj ll.'i'i
Panama i* i*» 101
Panama M3Sa 100% 101
TREASURY STATEMENT
WASHINOTON. July 19.—The condition
of tho treasury at the beginning of busi
ness today was as (ollowt: ; . _■
Trust funds — Gold coin, $865.607, sil
ver dollars, f490,U5,000; silver dollars ol
1890, $3,659,000: silver certificates outstand
ing. $490,116,000. . . c
General -Standard sliver dollars In
general fund, $2,271,677; current llabllltiea,
$99,765,126; working balance In treasury of
fice*. $35,771,867; In banks to credit of
treasurer of the United States. 140,384,116;
subsldfary silver ooln, $19,925,900; minor
coin, $1,169,068; total balance In general
fund, 199,306.586.
FINANCIAL RECORD
NEW YORK. July 19.—Money on call
eaiy, 1%@2 6-8 per cent, ruling rate Ikt
lM>r cent; closing bids. '1 1-4 per cent; of
fered at 2 3-S per cent.
Time loans somewhat weaker; sixty days,
3 1-4®3H per cent; ninety days, [email protected] 1-4
per cent; six months, 8061-4 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper si to 6M per cent.
Sterling exchange strong, with actual bus
iness In bankers' bills at 483.602)483.70 for
sixty day bills and at 485.50 for demand.
Commercial bills. 482% ®483 1-4.
Bar Bilver, 54 %c.
Mexican dollars. 44c.
Government and railroad bonds steady. '
NEW YORK COTTON
Rpecial .service to The Herald by J. C. WIU
■OH, -12 WcA Fifth street. Los Angeles.
NEW YORK, July 19—Today's cotton mar
ket showed a mo«t complete reversal of recent
strenKth. In the first place a very quick nnd
tnatorla] reaction took place in the old crop
months, followed naturally by weakness In
the distant optional these bclnp Influenced alwo
by moro favorable weather conditions. In tho
afternoon tho market became dull and failed to
rally. The lopses for the day amounted to
about %ie In July and August and %c per
pound In the far options.
Liverpool due 2 points lower on July. 34
p,ilnts higher on August and 7 higher on new
crops. Open quiet 2 points higher.
At 12:15 p. m. the marke was Irregular at a
net decllno of 3 to 4 points on near and an
advanoa of 1 to 2 points on late months.
Spots 'lull and Malar, 3 point!) decline at
li.llM. with no sales.
loafer cables reported an advanco of % point
from 12:15 p. m.
Ports today estimated nt 50*10 bales, last week
Ml!, mi.l lasl ■■n 24711 hales.
Showers occurred yesterday In the Souih Ai
lantlo and F,nst Onif statos and In northeast
Texas. Bhowm wUI tall today In tns South
Atlantic and Gulf states and tomorrow over
the same region.
Quotations ranged as follows; —Close —
Open. High. Low. Hid. Ask.
January 12.59 12.93 12.71 12.75 12.78
February 12.76 12.7S
March U.M 12!W 12.78 12.78 12.80
May H.M U.W it.U lt.Bt U.st
ji lly U.M M.41 I U U N II.M
\ug U st 15 ''.'I 11.0 US.lt) U.M 16.U
September 13.8« 13. :i2 13.1V1 U.tS 13.87
October 13.0« i 13.14 12.91 12.97 1fi.98
November 12.95 12.1)7 13.95 12.83 12.84
December ..) 12.02 U.M 12.73 12.79 12.80
Spot cotton, 16.90 c; easy, 60 points lower.
TOS ANGELES HERALD: WEDNESDAY >f()R\T\G, JULY 20, 1010.
FINANCIAL
LOS ANOELKS, July 19— Bank clearings
wero 12.381,344 7H. an Increase of HtdtM.l4 us
compared with the amount for the oOrraaOßd*
Ing dat* of last year. Following Is a compara
tive, statement:
1910. 1909. 1908.
July II 12,718,080.13 J2.030.581. 14 |1.M4,6*8.61
July 19 2,,m3447S 1.917.858H4 1,731,440. SI
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
The exehangn Tuesday wae not much of a
change from the day before In prices.
tn tho oil stocks California was flrm at yes
terday's prices; Associated was a little lower,
Cleveland somewhat weaker, and Consolidated
Midway a light trader. The balance of the list
llrm. steady, with little activity.
, In the bond list Home preferred wa» 38 at
3«',i, and there was some trading In -Home
common, which was 5 to bVi. McKlttrlck In
vestors was the big break of the day, gelling
at 2c. California, Hills was firm at 8, with
lively trading.
yORXINO SALES
35 Home Tel pfd 38; 45 do com 6; 10 do 5.50;
2000 Con Midway 32%; 1000 do 22%; 11,000 do
U; 3000 do MM; 1000 do, B. »o, 23%; 1000 do do
23V4: 10 ITnlon 103.25; 2000 McKlttrick lnv '.';
3000 Oleum Dov Co 6Vi.
AFTERNOON SAI.KS
1000 Cleveland 23; 1000 do 22\i; 1000 Con Mid
way 22' i: 2000 Cal Midway 52; 1000 do, B. 30,
62%; 10 Associated Oil Co 45.25.
BONOS
Bid. Ask.
American Petroleum Co 60 73 ■
Associated Oil C<T 97Vi 100
Corona City Water Co 92
Corona Power and W Co 99
Cucamonga Water Co „, >2
Edison El Co Is R 1°
Ed Elec Co old Issue 103 108
Home Telephone Co 1% 83
Home Tel Co Ist ref« 73
L A Pae i:«t con mtgs I°4H
I, A Traction Co 8» 103 HO
L A Traction Co 6s 101 ■ M«
Mexican Natl Gas Co 100
Mission Trans and R Co 9714 ■•
Pao Eleo Ry Co 100 .. .
Pae T.lght and Power Co 90 ..
Pasadena Home T and TCo .. .. 80
Pomona Con Water Co .. . 10J
8 Monica H T and T Co .. M
S Dieso H T and T Ist mtgs .. .. 80
Temescal Water Co , »
Union Transportation Co 90 . 93
U 8 Long Dlst T and T C 0.... J 75
Vlsalla Water Co 9*
Whlttler Home T and T Co *>
BANK STOCKS
Bid. Ask.
All Night and Day Bank 100.00
Bnnk of Southern California.... 110.00
Broadway Bank and Trust 150.00
Cal Savings Bank 100.00 127,60
Central National Bank 175.00 235.00
Citizens National 824.00
Commercial National 150.00
Farmers and Merchants Nat 1 ..270.00
Federal Bank of 1.. A 12-50
First National 486.00 .....
German American Savings *3T.60
Globe Savings Bank 123.00
Home Havings Bank of L A 116.00 118.00
Merchants National 800.00
Merchantß Bank and Trust C 0. .110.00 180.00
National Bank of Cal 190.00
National Bank of Com 100.00 ......
The Southern Trust Co 74.50 75.50
(60 per cent paid up.)
INDUSTRIAL AND PUBLIC 1T11.1T189
Bid. Ask.
Edison Electric pfd 71.00 72.
Hawaiian Com & Su« 40.00 41.00
Home Telephone pfd 88.00 35..6
Home Telephone com 6.12*4 5.6.H
Hutchlnson S P Co 17.00 1900
I. A Athletic Club • w-0o
1, A Brewing Co 100.00 ■
Paauhau 8 P Co 37.60
Pae Con Storm Co of Cal 8.00 5.15
Riverside Home T and TCo . M.OO
San DieVo Home T and T Co.. 16.59 22 00
Hanta Monica B H T pfd 18.60 .....
Sun Drug Co „;- i; I-"1
Title G and TCo pfd MO.OO ■•■•••
Union Security Corp pfd ..... 100. <*>
Union Trust Co 29.00 .....
Whlttler Home T and TCo { 90.00
OIL STOCKS
PRODUCERS- Bid. Ask.
Amalgamated Oil 61.00 66.00
American Crude Oil Co .97
American Pet Co pfd ..... 95.00
American Pet Co com 67.00 64.00
Associated Oil 45.00 45.50
Brookihlre Oil •• J«<>
Cttllfoinla Midway OH Co 61%
Central -™
Cleveland Till Co 22 .....
Coallnga Central OH Co ...^
Con"oUdated"M'ldway' Oil Co 2254 1 • .23
Olobe •• " -I*
Jade Oil Co -51 •■
Mexican Petroleum ■■■■> ™
Mexican Pet Ltd pfd 65.00 67.00
Mexican Pet Ltd com 22-75 23.25
New Pennayl Pet Co l.Ot.
iillnda I^and Co (Oil) ">
Palmer Oil co i-3* •■■••
Perseus Oil Co ■*•
Pinal Oil Co ■■ lfl-°o
Plru Oil nnd r, Co 17*4 •■•■•
Rice Ranch OH Co ;■•■■ i-*>
Trader. 01, Co ..... :;:;;: . :::: . ::i .0.00 J 100.00
Union Provident Co 100.00 101.00
United Petroleum J»J»"
Western Union , 100.00
NON-PRODUCERS—
McKlttrlck mv Oil Co 02 .04
Oleum Development Co w*^ .08%
DAILY MINING CALL '
Offielal sales, morning- 1000 California Hills
I; 5000 do 8H; 1000 do Stf-
IJSTED STOCKS
CALIFORNIA— Bid. Ask.
Cal Hi'lU M Co -ftßVi
NEVADA - . . ■
Johnnlo Mng and Milling Co 12% .15
Searchlight Parallel 01
.. ■» » *»
FRUIT MARKET
SAN FRANCISCO, July 19.—Fruits-
Fancy apples. 65c051.25; common, 85®500.
Berrlea —Strawberries, $3.50 5; blackber
ries, %'ittib; raspberries, fBOI.
Urapea—Ordinary, *l(&1.25; Muscat, 75c'a'
II. 3(; Fontalnbleau, 40®7uC.
Pears —Common, 60c; fancy, $1.25; Bart
lett, fl.asSJil.so. j
Peaches —Common, 60c; fancy, 11.
Plums —Common, 20c; fancy, 65c.
Mexican limes, »6®6.60. :
Lemons—Common California, J2; fancy,
St> 00.
Watermelons, [email protected]; fancy
cantaloupes. |J) uommon. $1.25.
Tropical fruits— Bananas, [email protected]$3; pine
apples, $2iy>3. i
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUIT
NEW YORK, July 19.—Evaporated apples
firm, with a fair trade; spot fancy, 10%fflll!4c;
choice, IViODoi prim* 7%050; common to fair,
64fli%c.
Prunes in better demand; firm; quotations
ranged from 8®9!40 for Calltornlas up to 30-40s
and 4V4©914c for Oregons.
Apricots quiet; choice. 9%@10!4c; extra
choice, 1014®llo; fancy, 10%@12!4c
Peaches quiet, firm; choice, «[email protected]%c; extra
choice, 707' Ac; fancy. 714®714c.
. Ralsina dull and featuVeless; loose Muscatels,
l%4|C*o; choice to funcy seeded, 4*@«*c;
■etdlsss, 3%&4-4; London layers, ll.tOtfLH,
BOSTON WOOL MARKET
BOSTON, July 19 — Dullness continues In
the wool market, but there are growing
■Igns that Improvement will not long be de
layed. Quotations: Scoured basis, Texas
fine twelve .months, 68®60c; fine, six to
i>l B lit months. [email protected]; fine fall, 60®B2o;
California northern, [email protected]; middle coun
ty OOiil&lc; southern, [email protected]; fall freo,
42®430; Oregon eastern No. 1 staple, 61®
62c; eastern clothlnK, 56©67 c; No. 1 east
ern clothing, 62© 54c.
Territory fine staple, 62®540; fine me
dium staple, IOOI«Si flne clothing, [email protected];
fine medium clothing. 54®56c; half blood
combing. [email protected]; three-eighths blood
combing, sr,«(otic; quarter blood combing.
r■><( i 51 <_■
Pulled extra, «5o; fine A. 60©620; A
supers. [email protected] , ■ ■; . ■;
Tou can buy it. pernaps at many places, but
th«r«'» one BEST plasa to buy Jt-and that
place advertlsaa
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
Special iervlce to The Herald by J. O.
Wilson, 211 West Fifth street. Los Angeles,
member New York Stock exchange,- Chicago
Board of Trade. Block and Uond exchange
of Kan Francisco.
BAN FRANCISCO, July 19.— Following were
the closlns quotation*:
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS— Bid. Asked.
Alamed* Artesian W Co 6s I°°
Associated Oil Co 5a 8a '»
nny Counties Power Co 6s 103 104
Cal Central Oas and Eleo 6s 101
Cal Oai and DIM Ken M*CT 5s loott
California St Cable Co 5s 100
California Wine Assn 6s H »3
City Electric, Co (s MH 89*
Contra Costa Water Co E> IJJ
do gen mtg 6f — **** 3
Edison Klec Co of L. A 5s 100
Kdlson Light an.! Power 6» 1°»
First Federal Trust Co 5a Wl
Ptrrle* and Clift House Ry 6s 103
Hawaiian Coml and 86s 104% lOCVa
Honolulu X T and L Co 6s 104^
l.ak.- Tahoe Ry and T Co 6s "
Los Angela Ou and El Co 6s 100
Los Angeles Railway 6s 10*
Lo« Angeles Lighting gd 6s 100
I, A Pao il H Ist con nitg 5s 103 •■
L A Pac R R of Cal 6» 100 102-4
Market Street Cable 6s lU4 103---'
rto Ry Ist cons mtg 6s 99 ...
Northern Ry Co et Cal 5s 113 a, 113V4
Northern Cal Railway 5s 100
Northern Cal Power Co 5s 100
Northern Bltotrte Co 5s S9Va
Oakland Gas Ught and II 5s W3
Oakland Transit Co 6s '■■• iO7V»
Oakland Transit 5» lO2J*
Oakland Transit Con 5s 102% •■
Oakland Traction Con Ss , =*
Oakland Traction Cc U • -
Oakland Water Co gtd 5s 9d •■
Omnibus Cable Railway 65.. U»l» 10T
Pacific Oa« Imp is 80 87',S
Pacific Electrlo Ry Co 6s 103',! ■•
Pacific Light and Power Co 6s .. 9<Vi
Pao I.iirht and Power gtd Bs mm
Pacinc Tel and Tel Co 5a MV4
Park and Cliff Hi.usk ny 6s 98
Park and Ocean R H «s 100 ■•
People's Water Co 6s Mtt B'"*
Powell Street Railway 6s 100
Hacr;un«ntM Klec Oas and Ry 55....10014
3 F Oak and San Jose Ry 5a 103 Vi _■
do 2m mt* 6s J" ■*
3 F Oak and S .1 Con Ky 5a »»
H J and Santa CJara R R 4.«« V>
Sierra Ry of Cal 6s ■• I™%
8 P R H of Cal 6s 1912 104
8 P R R of Cal Ist c gtd ft 5s 112H
S P Branch Ry of Cal 6s 124 ■■
8 P R R Co Ist rfdg 4s 94 94V4
Stockton Cas and El Corp 6s 106 ■•
B V Water Co gen mtg 4s 89H 90
United RRofS F4s W4 «»
Valley Counties Power Co Bs 100 102
WATER STOCKS-
Sprlne Valley Water Co 4S 48^
Oro Water 61
GAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS-
Cttv Electric Co 63% 64
N Cal Power Co Con •• . r'3 *
Paclflo Lighting Corp com 66H
INSURANCE STOICKS— -
California Insurance Co ' • • w
Fireman's Fund wn
STREET HAH.ROAD STOCKS-
PresiClo a MV4
POWDER STOCKS— -
Olant Consolidated Co 7«H ••
SUGAR STOCKS- .
Hawaiian Com'l and Sugar Co .... 40H •■
Honokaa Sugar Co •■ Wjj
Hutchlnson Sugar Plantation 17% 18V4
Kllauca Sugar Plantation Co 13« i "
Makawall Sugar Co 38H 40
Onomea Sugar Co 4»H
Faauhau S P Co .■•• M» ■■
Union Sugar Co n "6
OIL BTOCK3- ;■ *
Associated OU Co 4SV4
Sterling Oil and Dcv Co !
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS—
Alaska Packers' Association 90% ■•
Cal Fruit Canners' Association ...100 ..
Cal Wine Association 16
Pacific Auxiliary Fire Alarm „ G
Pacifio Coast Borax Co IK ■•
Pae Tel and Tel com 31 33H
Morning saleE-2000 Un Ry 4* W4: 350 Ha
waiian 40H; 60 Onomea 6s 66V4; 15 Oro 60*4; 20
P T<l 23H; 120 Sp V Water 48.
Afternoon sales-« 000 Pao Tel Bs M\4; 1000 Un
Ry 4s 6914; 2000 do 69; 10,000 S. P, 1913 6s 104H;
in Cal Wine 251 255 City Eleo 53^,; 25 Oro
Water Co 80; 10 Paauhau 20%. . , ■ -
CHICAGO GRAIN
gnecla! *ervloe to The Herald by 3. C. Wil
son, member of the Chicago board of trade.
New York stack exchange and San Francisco
bond and stock exchange. 212 West Flfta street,
Lo* Angeles.
CHICAGO, July 19i—Bearish news from the
domestic field offset the effect of bullish news
from abroad today. General rains over tha
Dakotas and cooler weather generally over the
spring wheat country brought better crop re
ports from the northwest, weakened the mar
ket In that section and interfered with the ap.
petJte of tho Intending new buyer. Meanwhile
crop returns from the winter wheat . country
were increasingly favorable. Country accept
ances today were smaller than yesterday, part
ly because late acceptances were turned down
hare owing to the break In futures. It Is not
Improbable that the decline will bring in.
creased country sales tomorrow. An estimate
of a crop of fully 80.000.000 bushels In Kansas
was made today by a I.eavenworth man just
retnrned from a UOO-mile trip of Inspection
over that state. Cash wheat at Kansas City
today was 3%^ lower, the now wheat pressing
for sale .freely. Tho market seems headed
downward for Borne further reaction, as shorts
are feeling easier and the burden of prensure
now comes from the man who is long.
Corn was stronit for a brief period at the
outset, the early buyers being promptly filled
up by the buyers of yesterday, who sold freely
during the early morning and bought spar
ingly on the declines since. Crop advleos were
almost uniformly favorable. Cash corn %c
lower. Shipping sales for the day fair at
200,000 bushrls. the strtkn on one of the east
ern roads.lnterfering with other cash business.
North Dakota, reported, a better outlook for
crops on account of the recent rains.
Oats followed tho other grains to a lower
level.
The provision list la decidedly lower all
around. There was selling largely from pack-
Ing sources and presumably based on the pros
pects of a continued free run of hogs. Quite
a line of lard was sold here today, local shorts
In near months also bought October lard
freely.
MAKKIT RANGES
WHE Open. High. Low. Close.
July »1.0!l«4 $1.09% »1.05% $1.08%
September 1.08 1.08 1.05% 1.05%
nncember I.OMt J.OM4 1.07% 1-07%
May MSVi 1.1M4 Ml 1.11%
CORN— 89% .59% .59% .5914
July »9ft .»* -S9'.i -59H
September 81% .61% .60V, .60%
December M .69% .68% .68%
May 60% .01',. .60%. .60%
OATS—
Juy 4H4 .«« .*)%■■ .41%
September 39% .39% .39 -3t)>4
December 40% .40% .40% .40%
May 43% .43% .42% .42%
PORK—
July 25.25
September 21.52% 21.55 21.32% 21.35
LARD—
July 11.57% 11.57% 11.50 11.55
September 11.72% 11.72% 11.67% 11.67%
October 11.60 11.60 11.45 11.43
RIBS—
July 11-82%
Koptember 11.52% 11.f.2'4 11.37% 11.42%
October 11.00 11.00 10.82% 10.85
Flour—Spring patents. $6.80«T7 for best
hard; No. I rye, 77®78c; feed or mixing
barlsy, [email protected]; fair to choice malting, 68
fl>74e: flax seed, No. 1 southwestern, 18.83;
No. 1 northwestern, $2.43; clover. $117.".;
null pork, par bbl., |aiOll.i>! . lard, per
100 lbs.. $11.55; short ribs, sides (loose),
$11.75®13.12%: short clear sides (boxed),
[email protected]
Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 97,000 bushels. Primary receipts
were <88,000 bushels, compared with 4-\>.
--000 bushels the corresponding day a year
ago. The world's visible supi'tv. as shown
by Bradstreefs, decreased 522,700 bushels.
Estimated rapelpts for tomorrow; Wheat,
48 cars; corn, 176 cars; oats, 152 cars; hogs,
23,000 head.
Dally movement of produce:
Articles, Receipts. Shipments.
Flour barrels 17,700 15.400
Wheat, bushels 9,400 5«.800
Corn, bushels 312, 131.400
Oats, bushel 395,200 112,600
Rye. bushels 4.000 2,700
Barley, bushels ... 10U.O0O 18,400
LONDON WOOL MARKET
T.ONDON', July 19— The offerings at tho
wool auction salon today amounted to 13,
--570 lialf-s, including a good selection of
greasy merinos, which brought out strong
competition between home and continental
buyers. Ta«manlan greasy realized li 6d,
and New South Wales Is H4d.
Oreasy crossbred" were firm. while
scmireds were Irregular.
The sales will be closed July 26.
POTATO RECEIPTS HEAVY;
ARRIVE FROM THE NORTH
Funeral of Member Omits Call
Session of Exchange.
Prices Steady
As a mark of respect t<> Ih* late H. A.
Blngham, whose funeral was held yester
day, there was no session of the produce
exchange, and refore no official ohang ■
In quotations.
ltecßlpts showed heavlost of arrival ol
potatues In many days, tho ipudl coming
In from the north. The consignments to
talud 5482 sack*.
Ekk receipts were down to 111 cases,
butter, 54.077 pounds. Announcement of
lower prices on eigl i« expeoted.
In the fresh fruit ami green vegetable
market the chief feature was a decline In
cantuloupes. The prlou «lld down to S-"
3 per crate, and a largo ciuantity of soft
ened fruit was carried over. Some very
flno northern apricots were offered at fl.li
per l>ox. Grapes dropped to (1&1.1S PBr
box. Nectarines sold at $1. and p^achoa
brought from SOc to 90c per bo*. Qooa
watermelons are scarce and cleaned up.
Pears arc about Iteady. HlHi-kti<-rrlPii were
firm at 7c. Receipts of berries of all kind"
were light.
Ktsh was plentiful.
Uecelpu of produce were: EKgs, 1
cases; butter, 54,077 pounds; cheese, 7UI
pounds; potatoes. 2452 sacks; beans, 110
■ack*i iweet potatoes, 29 sacks.
' 'produce prices "~
Following are the wholesale prioes of
produoe to retailers as compiled by tne
Market Reporter;
11008— ranch, candled, 3oc; do rasa
count, buying price, Me; fresh eastern, .8c;
eastern itorage packed, extrar, 28c.
BUTTEK— Selling price to trade z»e
higher. California creamery, extras, 3J^o,
do firsts, 30c; oooklng butter, 2»c; ladle
butter, 26c. ...
CHEESE— fresh. 17c; anchor,
large, 18c; Oregon Daisy, lki-'./lt'c; eastern
singles. 19c; do Twins. 11*0: do Daisies,
ltdilMe; do Long Horn, 19©20 c; do ched
,lir» 184 c; Imported Swiss, 30c; Jack
cheese. 23c; domestic iwlM, 23®2Sc; cream
brick. 20c; Llmburger, »a®2oo; Roquefort.
38 5)/40c; Edam, |Si). 9; Canadian cream, box,
"bEAXS-No. 1 pink, »7.25; No.. 1
Limaa, $4.75; No. 1 Lady Washington »d.M.
No. 1 small whites. |4.70: No. 1 Black
eyes, »6.50; No. 1 Qarvanzas, $4.50; No. X
lentils, California. $7. i _ ««-• no
POTATOES—New potatoes, lug, 65c, ao,
11.50 sack; White Rose, Ui yellow .weets,
7NIONS-Local Australian brown, per cwt.,
$2.50; local Silver Skins, lug box. 90c.
Bermudas, crates, $1.40®1.50; local Tel low
Danvers. cwt, $?.S0; Oregon, $2; garlic, per
""'FRESH FRUIT— Astrakans. $1.75;
Pearmalnß, 4* tier, $2; Pearmalns 4 tier
$1.50; Newtown Pippins. 4 tier **•?»• d 0
4H tier $1.35; SplWenbergs. $250. W ine
sap., 4 tier, »3^4; crabapples. J1.25; AIexan
"TKRRIBS-'uatberrles, per *•*•».««
s c; raspberries, per basket. Oc; blackl?«rr^J'
per basket. [email protected]: loganberries, per basket,
7?!Tk^oC.fru,l oC.eed,es.
llngs. 12; Valencia oranges. $3.oO& 4, m6»
--20-lb. box. $1.25: lemons, *4®o
lbM? B CKf!?.A'N E 7o\^-A P r.cot S per ,v. I-*
11 10IU 1.25; cabbage, crates. K® 3. ' «••PP r
mMMsmf
bSU... &••■« «".««. b r rr.b. b3c @car:
onions? dozen, 25c; turnips. I«« h J? n nch«J r tl-
B^rlcot^Vc^. SIS^
T^c-'pearrib'.UlOc; Plums, Ib, 10c; nee
SCKAr S^-~,el, 8a C T n. 4 ,oo.e, r eo w , b;
r^siSi-i^^."«t
rNUTS-Annokds, fancy IXI. 1b MtJlTo;
Tirazlls lb 17'4c; cocoanuts, 90c; filberts, lb..
V pecans XXXX. lb., 17c; peanuts, eastern.
lb ' 7%c; do Japan. [email protected]; walnuts. No 1, a
S lb i4%815c: do No. 2, l!c; do hudded, lbe;
po,cor'n eaftern. per cwt. $3.60; do local. $3.5*
RICK-Fancy Honduras (Carolina), per 10(.
lV S6 15- chol- i do. [email protected]; Japan grades,
$3 7BS4;' island rice. $5.50; broken. $3.50.
HONKV-Extracted water white, lb., BV4c;
do white Tiio; do light amber. 7c; comb honey.
1-lb. frames. IS-; beeswax, lb.. 20c.
T IVE STOCK— pay, f. o. b. Los An
reles for; Beef steers, 6®sVio; beef heifers,
t<A<U*c; b=e( calves. [email protected]: mutton weathers,
»Mcc; do «weß. [email protected]; do lamb.. $3.80®3.78;
h< POULTRY-Turkeys, live, per lb.. 23®25c;
large hens, t lbs. ui>. per lh., 18c; small hens.
2%J3 I>4. P r lv • 16c; broilers. Ito IV6. per
lb.^iec; friers, 1W to 3 lbs., per lb. 13c; roast
chicken', per lb.. 20c; duck, per lb. 15c; geese,
per lb.. 15c; tquubs, per do»en, $1.50; old roos
ters, per lb., 10c.
CHll4—Evaporated strings, lb. 25c; do loose,
22c; Mexican black, 1b..25c; green chill, lb..
9c; chill Teplns, lb., [email protected]: Japan, [email protected]
I-t.W (baled) — following- quotations are
furnished by the Los Angeles Hay Storage Co.;
Parley, $13.50®14.50; tame oat, per ton, Silj*
16Sft; alfalfa. $13.50014.50; wheat hay. [email protected]
MILL FEED—Bran, $1.45) whole corn, $1.80;
cracked corn, $1.85; feed meal, $1.90; rolled
barley, $1.30; oil cake meal, $2.95; shorts. $1.70;
Kaffir corn, $1.75; white oats, $1.90; do red,
eastern, $2.!5; wheat, original sacks, cwt.,
$1.80; do 100-lb. aacks, $1.85.
FLOUR AND FEED
Following are the wholesale prices on (lour
and feed furnished by the Los Angeles Farm-
Ing and Milling company)
FAMILY FLOUR
XXXX Standard, blended, per bbl 16.00
Purity S.SS
Our Frlde „,.., , 6.20
Apple Blossom , 5.00
Flour In H-sacks Me per bbl hlghsr. XXXX
Is retailed at f1.70 per % sack; 90c per % sack.
MEALS AND CEREAL GOODS—
OS Bales. V< Us
Graham flour 13.40 $1.20 13.15 »3.i0
Entire wheat flour .1.50 3.30 3.25 3.20
Rye flour «-f0 B.CO 3.53 3.60
Rye meal »-S0 3.80 1.15 3.60
Corn meal. Y. A W 8-80 2.60 J. 55 2.50
Oatmeal, steel cut 5.70 6.50 5.4.i 6.4*
Hominy largo and small 4.10 3.90 1.8 S.SO
Fartna 4.00 3SO •■'* 3-7>>
Cracked wheat 4.00 3.50 5.75 3.70
XXXX paatry, In hales [email protected]»
XXXX family In bales [email protected]
Rol.ed wheat, bbl. 126 lbs 14.60
Rolled wheat, sacks, 76 lb»., per sack 2.5»
Rolled wheat, sacks. 60 lbs., per snck 1.7(1
100 lbs.
Alfalfa meal JJ-30
Bone, granulated 2.00
Bone meal J-JJ
XXXX beef scraps I.JO
Bran }•<•
Rolled barley l.»
Charcoal J-W
XXXX chick feed *M
Per bale 20 5-lb bags 3.10
Per bale of 70 10-lb. bags ;. S.lO
Corn, eastern mixed }■»»
Ea»tern whlU • }•»
Tellow dent }•»
Cracked • }™
Bmairyellow }•»
Feed meal }•"•
White d J r yPm Inh-;a-;up;;ior'««-fcidJ l-lw
XXXX dry ma»h (a superior egg food)
per 80-lb. sack *•"
Grit, granite -•;:
BL\.rhram^Wwnu;-v;;d":::::::::::?:8J
xxxxc^S^ry^ra.c n -food-:::.::::::: 2.i{
Shorts \H
Wheat ij"
100-lb. sack J?5
Cracked. 100-lb. sack *•«
VISIBLE GRAIN BUPPLY
new YoitK, July 19.—Cabin and telesraphlo
communication! raoeived hy Bradstreet's show
the following changes In available supplies aa
compared with previous acoounts:
Available nipplUm Wheat. United States
east t* Kockles docreascd 643,000 bushels; Can-
J. C. WILSON
212 WEST FIFTH STREET
MEMTIF.R: New York Stock Exchange. Chicago Hoard of Trade. The Stock and
llnnil Exchange, S. I.
MAIN 6008 COHIIESrONDKNTS: *U3*
Harris, Winthrop & Co.
NEW YORK CHICAGO LONDON PARIS
ra.adetm Client. Call Home 119 B. O. MTIIKOr, Manfc«»r.
CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
" "^^-~ "n\mk" ~ OITIfIiM
. \V. H. KOLUDAT, President
llerchants National Bank h vs. oiikknk, cashier.
IM Caplul, (200.0C0.
ill •>. E. corner Third «nd Brrlng. Burping a...| T'n.livlfl-1 rr.-ni;, IdSO.OIW.^
N. .1 K. KISHHUnSI, l'rctluent.
ational Bank of Calitornia rr. s. mokee, cushur.
Capital, JWO.OOO.
N. B. rn>r Fourth and Spring. Surplus and Undivided Prnflta. 1190,000.
—— ————— _—— S. |„ 2OMBRO, I'resldont.
nentral National Bank ja.mi:s b. gust, caahier.
1 Capital, j:wo,«)0.
U 6- f.. corner Fourth and Broadwaj. Surplus and Undivided Pr^nti.. rt.l,ooo^
— "TZ ~Z WARREN (JII.I.Et.KN, President.
f, roadway Bank & Trust Company vw redman, caabier.
C- Capital, 1250,000.
U IMP Broadway. Bradbury building. Hurplua and Undivided Proflt.. tm.>m._
— —— " ~ ISAIAS W HEt,t,MAN, President.
United States National Bank k. w. smith, ua»hior.
United States National Bank smith, CMhier.
Capll -
Use. corner Main and CcmrrerclaL Surplus and TrotUs, t73,000. (
: — ■ " " II .1. WATERS, President.
(litizens National Bank J^i.i'V Cash'er> i
y 8 VV. rorner Vhlrd nn.l Main. Surplus. ■■■"■■»■ __.
(lommercial National Bank new'm .n essick. caahiar,
1 Capital $:00,000.00.
I m S «i -Ing corner Fourtn. Surplus ,v Undivided Profits, |47,000.Q0._
■ , _ . I. W. HEI J.MAN. President.
Farmers & Merchants National Bank charles bkylbr. casbior.
Capital, J1,500,000.
■ — _
First National Bank w. r. a. hammontv cum».
Capital Htcirk. Sl^SO,'*!".
r 8. K. corner Second and Sprtng. Surplus and ProflC. >t,625,000.
LOS fINGELES_SAV!NGS_^NKS .:
SECPRITY
Uyii¥€SrS RAWI4 "^
Largest and Oldest in the Southwest
source, $29,000,000.00
Pay. the hlghe.t rate, of taterert and on th. mo.l liberal term. coiuUten! wlt»
.oun.l. comcrvative banking. #
Largest and best equipped Safe Deposit and Storage Vault in tho
Southwest.
Security Building Spring and Fifth Streets J
-«^P»*" THE. BANK WITH THE ? mm^^ m
j&^ EFFICIENT JT£J3VICE^
£T J'PRING ANO FOURTH STS. V

a." deoreased 1.784.C0f1. Total United States
and Canada decreased 2,327,000 bushels.
Afloat tor and In Europe decreased 900,000.
Total American and European supply de
creased 6.227,000 bushelß.
Corn, United States and Canada, decreased
B°Oata, United States and Canada, decreased
1 704 000
'The visible supply of wheat in Canada last
Saturday was 4,500,000 bushels, a decrease of
41,000 bushels.
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
SAN FRANCISCO, July 19.—Klour —*"""■
ily extras, $5.60®6; bakers' extras, $5.60©
S 4 Oregon and Washington, [email protected]
Wheat— Shipping, *I.B2H©J.«''.
Barley—Feed, [email protected]% ; brewing,
$1.10©1.12 W. Vi
Oats—Red, $1.50®1.40.
Millstuffs— Middlings, $28® 31; nilxea
feed, IJ4CSO; rolled barley, [email protected]; oat
meal, |S.« 0; oat groats, $3.60; rolled oats,
S'' 8 fit ''9
Hay—Wheat, $9014; wheat and oat, H®
13- oat, wild, $7<U'lO; oat, tame, »9a12; al
falfa. [email protected]': straw. [email protected]
Receipts—Flour, $3758; wheat, 137; bar
ley, 16,440; oats. SOS; corn, 125: potatoes,
3065; onions, SSO; bran. 140; middlings, IJS;
hay, 610; straw, 10; hides, 1200; wine. 3G,
-- 90Beans-Pink, $«@6.15: lima. [email protected];
small white. $4®4.55; large white, [email protected]
3 30
Potatoes —New potatoes, 75cfp$7.
Onions— Fancy, $2; common. »1.7. i.
Various—Green peas, 2® 4c; string beans,
r.. ■;••■ egg Plant. [email protected]; green peppers,
35660 - tomatoes, [email protected]; 'summer
.qu»«h. *B©sooi garlic. I [email protected]; oucum
berouHry-Roosters, old. [email protected]; roost
ers young, $7.50©10: broilers, small. $3 25
Sis brouers, large. |[email protected]; fryers, |S©6;
hens $5®10: ducks, old, [email protected]; ducks,
yoSng. 50©7.50; geese. 8.50; go.llngi,
[email protected]; pigeons, young, |1.80©1.75.
SUGAR AND COFFEE
NFW YORK. July 19.—Coffee fUtUMJ
oloMd »te«dy, net 3 points higher to I
points lower. Sales were reported at ,11.
--250 bags. Closing bids: July, |«.iSi Au-
B-ual $0 90; September, October and No
vemi.er So.l'T.; December, $7; January,
17.U8; February. $7.08; March, $7.11; April.
$7.13; May, $7.14; June, $7.14.
Spot coffea steady; Rio No. 7. 8 5-8 c;
Santos No. 4, 9%c; mild coffee steady; Cor
dova, ioe 12 i-4c.
• Raw lugar fair; Muscovado, 98 test,
\,;- centrifugal. 96 test, $4.36; molasses
■ugar 89 test. »J.»l. Refined quiet; crush.
Ed" »8.85 i granulated, $5.15; powdered.
$6,25.
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
-;\N- FRANCISCO, July 19.—Butter—
Fancy creamery, -'S)c seconds, 28Hc; faniy
''"('•'h«'...s"e—New, 13>,4®l*Hc; Young Amer
loa, 15 >j 18c.
Eggs- Ranch. 29'/ a c; store. 27p.
CHICAGO, July 19.— Butter- bteady;
creameries, l«« 28c; dairies J« B -'■'■•
Ebies —Steady; raealptl lti,36J; at maik,
case* included. 10©14 c; firsts, 15c; prime
''ohees"—Steady; Palsies. 1814OHC! Twins,
15®15Vic; Young Americas. 15H©l»Oi
Long Horns, l«@16 1-40.
COTTON AND WOOL
ST LOUIS, July 19.—W00l iteadyl '"""
grades oomblng and clothing. •-■:.'■>:■'.■; »Bht
Hue, 17®18c; heavy tine, 13iU>14c; tub WMhed,
26«82c.
NKW YORK, July 19.—Cotton closed barely
steady at a net decline of from M to IS
P Spot closed quiet. 50 points lower. (fiddling
uplands, ir.'J;.e; middling gu«, lfi.2oc. Bales
3100 bales.
Futures closed barely (Uady. Clotting blda!
July, U,Mo; August. 15.30 c; Beptember, 13.65 c:
October. U,870; November, 12.52e: December
12.79 c; January, 12.75 c; February, 12.76 March,
i;.7Bc; May. U.TBO.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO, July 19.— —Raaejpl es
timated at 6000; inurkot itaaclj beavaa,
t5.5J008.60; Texai eteer*. $4.10»i6.50; west
ern steers, |S(&j7; stoukers and (Hdm >3.80
<U>5.70; oowi and hclfcra, |3.«[email protected]; ulvu,
[email protected]
Hogs—Uocclpts eatlmated at 12,000: mar
ket steady; lfxiit, 15.65m>9; mixed, $S.so{<>
I 10: heavy, 18.25&8.75; rough, |5.^5(u'8.40;
good to cholco heavy, M.40©'8.11«; plfa, »8.60
l»9- bulk of aalaa. |«.45©8.78.
aheep -_Reoelpt» aatlmatad at 20,000; mar
ket itaady: native, I3.JOCPI; waatarn, 13.35
tit: yearlhiK«. »4«H.«»: Umbß. native,
n.»OI»l waitarn, i ii-75.
|H We Cash @
pay checks for our de-^fc>^^
jtf positors. It saves time and WL
mf money. They get tha money-say- W
M ing habit. It is a pretty good JH
W habit. Your wife won't ask you #1
W to quit it. She . will help you. V|
■ Save some every week. It draws il
« Interest. That helps, too. Try It. Ml
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CITRUS FRUIT REPORT
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA |
SHIPMENTS OF FRUIT,
<J> Oranges. lemons. Ttl. <gt
■•• Mim.luy, July m.. 38 Vi SO (w,
>•■ Total to date this •"''
s i- w'iuhhi 23,068 8764 26,r.;;;?v
<$> Total to Biinio date m
<j> la.st >nu<ia 38,208 4969 S3,'. ■•■»
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BOSTON
BOSTON, July 19. —Six cars sold. Cool,
cloudy. Market strong and high. on,
oranges, easier on lemons. Lemons —South*
land Beauties, Q C Corona, $6.55; Liberty,
Eacondldo *" G A. |5.85 i; Laurel, Q C Coi
ona, $6.70; trite, Q' C Corona, J5.55J
Foxaway, Esoondido F Q A. $5.35; rrincfM,
Q C Corona, $6.50. Valencius — Robusta.
No. 1, A H Paohapua. $.">.-!«; Hobo, A 1£
Pachappa, $3.95; Jnd#p*ndent, oh, Growers
F Co, $4.25; Kobulta, A H Pachappa, $5.Gi;
Independent, ty, Growers V Co. $5.45,
Grapefruit—nobusta, $6.10; Alta Cresta,
$3.45; Hobusta. $3.30. SWEETS—BQUif
re], $4.35; Palm Tree. $3.70. St. Mlchiela
—Squirrel, 53.60; I'alni Tree, $2.50. Halves
—Sqillrrd, $1.50.
—Squirrel,
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Shoes Half Price and Less
Over two hundred big display barsaia
tables are displaying shoes for men. woman
and children, on sale In many Inatancas tot
halt price and lass. Convince ygurialx an-l
come to the
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