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LATEST FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL REPORTS
MARKET FREE OF
NARROW ELEMENT
Dealings Show Signs of Re-Entry
of Operators of Larger
Resources
U. S. STEEL IS AGAIN ON TAPE
Imperial Bank of Germany Makes
Striking Showing in the
October Settlement
(Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 80.—The atock
market today gave further evidence
of passing out of the hands of the
narrow, element of board room traders
which has engrossed the dealings for
many weeks. There were signs of a
ro-entry of operators of larger re
sources and a broader scope In method.
The reappearance on the tape of blocks
of 1000 to 7500 shares of United States
* ateel was regarded as suggestive in
this direction. The appearance of
growing breadth which was a feature
of last week's market was altered aB
the day progressed ,and the concentra
tion In United States Steel, Heading
and Union Paclflc became more pro
nounced. Prices were not well held
In the latter part of the day and the
closing; was rather weak. ' The first
quotation for cal! loans waa at 2% per
cent, and the fixing of the renewal
rate at that figure quieted any appre
hension causeci by the $5,000,000 figure
to which the actual surplus had sunk
In the Saturday bank statement. The
discount rate hardened in London to
day, bur the Bank of Kngland sneured
the available gold in the London mar
ket without competition. The weekly
Btateme-t of the Imberial Bank of
Oeintfny made a striking showing of
the severe strain of the October set
tlement at that center, as well as Its
quick passing. With an Increase In
loans and discounts of $140,275,000 an*
an expansion of note issues of $125,
--692,000, the cash holdings of the
Roichsbank worn drawn at the same
time ovor $40,000,000 as the result of
the week" operations. Yet tho private
discount rnto in Berlin receded M to 4
per cent today.
Bonds wore firm. Total sales, par
value. $1',980,00n. United States bonds
were unchanged on call.
NEW YORK BTOCKB
Special service to The Herald br J. O. WH
»on. (11 Went Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York Mock exnhsnire, Chicago board
. it trade, (tack and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
NEW TORK, Oct. I.—Following were the
ouotatlons today:
Sales, stock High. Low. Bid. Auk.
Alllß-rhnlmeni i', »
a do preferred .. 80% 25
17.700 Anmljc Copper ... 65% 64% 65% 66%
8,000 Amer Beet Sugar 3314 3874 88% 38%
► tin preferred „ .. a: 95
•-.. 100 Amer Can Co ... s>4 8% 8% r. 8%,
' 100 do preferred 68*4 68% 68% 69
1,800 Am Car and Fdry 48% 48 48% 49
»...-.. do preferred 114 114%
500 Am Cotton OH ... 63 62% 62% 63
• Amer Express .. 240 270
400 Am Ice Securities 18% 18 1« 111*
. • SOOAmer Linseed 1214 12% 1114 1214
SCO do preferred 14 33 83% 84
2.100 Am Locomtlve ... 39% 38% 38% 89
do preferred .. 103 106
9,400 Am Smlt and Rtg 68% 67% 68% 6814
800 do preferred 10174 10114 10174 103
• 4.WW Amer Sugar 116 111% 115% 118
1.200 do preferred US 113 113 US
4011 Am Steel Fdrs .... 42% 43% 42% 42%
400 Am Tel and Te1..138 13774 137>; 138
„ Anu>r Tob pfd .. 93 94
1.200 Amer Woolen 29% 28% 29 29%
200 do preferred 94% 94% 93% 94%
1,400 Anaconda 40% 40 40 4014
2.400 Atlantic . C Line..114% 11214 114% 114%
14,600 AT A Santa Fe..101»4 99% 101 101%
» do preferred .. .. 100% 10074
. 2,800 Bait ft Ohio 106% 106 . 10614 106%
S 100 ■ do preferred 91 91 90 91
1,00013 R T 77% 76% 76% 76%
1,100 CKtadlan Pacific..l 94% 194 193% 194%
21,700 C * O 81% 79% 80% 80%
100 C A A 16 35 84 36
1,900 O ft U,W 24% 23% 24% 24%
1.100 do prewired 48 46 48 48%
1,400 C A N V 14874 147% 147% 148%
. 13.400 CM* at P 12374 121% 123 123%
600 do preferred 149% 148 148% 148%
1,300 Central Leather .. 35% 84% 84% 35
200 do preferred 104% 104% 104% 10514
Cent of N J 253 300
: 100 C C C ft St li 7S 75 75 77
do preferred .. 99 110
1,600 Colorado F and I. 33 32% 32% 32%
do preferred 100 120
100 Columbus H C A I 6% 5% 4% 6
800 Colorado' Southern 56% Rf.% 56% 56%
s • 400 do Ist preferred.. 74 73% 73% 74
V ....... do 2.1 preferred 73 f 74
4,600 Consolidated Ga5..134% • 134 134% 134%
1 100 Com Products ....15% 15% 15% 16
»,..... do preferred 75% 77%
--; 400 Del ft Hudson ...167% ICO 165% 167
' D L * W 497% 665
600DARO 32% 32 82% 82%
200 do preferred 78% 73% 78% 73%
> . 100 Diamond Match .. 83% 83% 83 83%
(00 Distil Securities .. 80% 30 29% 80%
Duluth 8 S & A 11% 13
200 -do preferred 23% 23% 23% 24%
7,400 Erie ... 27% 2674 27% 27%
3,100 do Ist preferred.. 46% /45% 46 46%
i 1,200 do 2d preferred.. 37 35% 88 87
400 General Electric,..l46 146 145% 146%
400 at Northern Ore. 58 66% 56% 57%
8,000 Gt Northern pfd..128% 127% 128 128%
100 Illinois Central ..133 133 133 134%
4,200 InterUoro-Metro .. 21% 20% 20% 21 ■
i 1200 do preferred 57 "56 66% 66%
1.200 Internal Paper ... 12% 12% 12% 12%
do preferred 51% 61%
600 Internat Pump ... 42% 41% 42 42%
600 do preferred 84% 8414 84% 85
900 lowa Central ....17% 16% 17 17%
2.200 do preferred ..... 32% 81% 32% 22%
1,400 X C Southern .... 81% . 29% 8074 81
400 do preferred ..... 64% 64% 64% 65
800 LX A Western ... 20% 19 19% *>
..'..... do preferred .. 40 60
I*oo L A N 146% 145% - 145% 14»%
* 200Maokay 83, 92 90 91%
100 do preferred 75% 75% 74 75%
1,700 Manhattan 144% 143% 143% 144
200 Mexican Central.. 81% 31% \ 31% 32
800 Mln. .ASt L 23% 23% 23 (4
_ do referred ..... .. ■.. 40 49
ea» mStp *8 8 M..133 131% 132% 132%
do preferred .. 145 150
• 4,200 M X A Texas ... 88 32% 32% BS%
100 do preferred ..... 63% ! 63% 63 64%
1,500 Mo Pacific 65 54% 54% 65 .
800 National Lea.! ....52% 62% 52% 53
do preferred 3.. 103% 105%
200 National Biscuit ..111% 110% 10914 113
.. do preferred ..... .. •.. 120% 124
'i,300 Nevada Cons 20% 19% 20 20%
... N T Air Brake .... .. 76 77
j,«OON T Central 114% 113% 114% 114%
.'SOON TCA St L.... a 63 ,63 65
■ do Ist preferred •..• 87 91
do 2d preferred.. .. ..100 110
""ioo TN H A Hart.16314 163% 162% 163%
1.100 T Ont ft W.... 42 41% 41% 41%
1,900 Norfolk A West... 08% 87% 98% 98%
M do preferred 84 90
900 North American .. 68*4 *7 68 68%
11,100 Northern Pacific. 119 117% 118% »8%
..T. Omaha ... .. . 136 150
,' do preferred .. 140 165
"' .., Pacific Coast .."98 110
' 800 Pacific Mall 82% S3 33 33%
6DooPenna R It C 0....130% 129% 130% 130%
'600 Peoples Gas 107% 107% 107% 107%
.... Plttsbur* Coal .. 17% 17%
"300 do preferred 69% 69% 68% 69%
1,200 PCC ABt L.... 96 94% 96% 96%
do preferred .. 105 «. 116
""WO Pressed Steel Car. 84% . 83% 84% 34%
200 do preferred 95% 95% 95 96
'i ■ 200 Ry Steel Springs.. 34% 84 34 34%
do preferred ..93 99
■ M.WO Reading ... ...14«i Mi 147% 148;
■ "do lit preferred.. .. ... 86% 88
'""too do 2d preferred.. 98% 97% : 97% .98*
2.600 Republic S and I. 83% 82% 8214 U '
100 do preferred 94 94 93% 94%
11,400 Rock Island Co .. 82*4 3114 31% 81%
1,800 do preferred ..... 64% «4 84% 6514
800 Bio. Shef S and I. 6814 6814 68 69
do preferred ,105 11414
....... St L & BF Ist pM .. ..El 65
' 1,000 do M preferred.. 4114 ' 4OH 41% 4114
400 St L A 8 W 29% 2914 29% 30
>. *do preferred ..... .. .. 65 71
15,200 Southern Pacific ..116% 115 115% 115%
600 Southern Hallway. 244 24% 2114 '2414
1,100 do preferred M 54% 65% 5614
4,800 Tennessee Copper. 13% 53% 33% 33%
800 Texas Paelflo 28 i 2714 27%, 28
Third Avenue .. »14 9%
1,100 Toledo St Li * W 25% 23% 25 26
1.01)0 do preferred 6714 66 6514 6714
200 Twin City R T....112 113 112 112%
Un Bag and Paper .... 8 9
do preferred 64 69
70,600 Union Paolflo ....169% 167% 16814 168%
SOO do preferred 91% 91% 91 9114
United Rds of 8 F .. .. 28 39
, 100 do preferred 6T 67 66 68
100 U 8 Cast lrn Pipe It , II 18 I«V4
....... do preferred .. 60% 5814
900 V 8 Rubber 87 86% 36% IT
-400 do Ist preferred. .lo9% 109 109 109%
100 do 2d preferred.. 71 71 69 71
110,600 U S Steel Corp .. 70% 69% 7014 70%
1,300 do preferred 117% 117 117% US
8,700 Utah Copper 4814 47% 47% 47%
1,400 Va-Car Chem Co.. 6914 69 69% 59%
do preferred 12» »'
UOOWabash 17 16% 16% "
2,200 do preferred 88% 37% *7% 88
Wells Fargo Ex :::«% «% 74% Ms
i. 400 Western Union ...76% 73V4 74(4 74%
1,700 Westlnghou 6616 66 6614 67
W* L B ,J Shi
do Ist preferred 11 «
do 2d preferred • •
8.000 Wisconsin Central 67% 64 66 66H
200 Am Hide and Lea 414 4% 4 4%
100 do preferred 20% 20% 20% 21
Am Agr and Chem .. .. 44% 44*
. . do preferred , IJJ ..
400 Beth Steel 28 27% 37% 38%
200 do preferred .....68% 68% 68% 69
100 Nat Enamel and 316 16 15 1«%
do preferred »> »7
1.400 Pao Tel and Tel.. 4114 87% 40 41
1 100 Inter Harvester ..99% 98% 99 99V4
100 do preferred 121% 121% 120 122
8,700 Goldfield Con 8% 7% 7% 8
100 US Realty 69% 69% 67 70
800 West Maryland "38 48 47% 48%
300 Pullman MSS',4 »3 161 163%
Total sales, 688,800 shares.
NEW YORK BONDB
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
F™KW YORK, Oct. '-™* were the
closing quotations: Bid. Asked.
Atchlson gen 4s »* *?»
Atchlson cony 4s ™ iw»
Baltimore and Ohio Ist 4s » '»*
BRT 4« ....^•••••••••••••"•••••*" "'• ~*
Colorado Industrial 6s 76% 78
U S Realty 5s |» «,,
Rock Island col 4s ™ ™*
Southern Pacific ref 4s »J* »»
Southern Pacino col 4s « «
Union Pacltlo Ist 4s \°\ ™Jg
Union Pacific cony 4s 1« »™»
U 8 Steel 6s 10 ™V*
United Railway 4s "° "' „
Wuba-sh debenture 4s ™ »■'?»
Western Paclflc 6s « j[J»
Japanese 4s -.7? O4U
Japanese Ist 4% "J* J)2
Japanese M 4V,s :•••— •• £* , JjJ :
Southern Pacific cony 4s » ™*
Denve rand R O ref 6s ios« 101%
Va 2, registered »°% TO
US 2s coupon ™'* 1((2^
U8 8s registered »»»« ,™
TI 88s coupon "" 114« 115%
U8 4s registered }«% »**
UB 4s coupon " „ jjjJ
Panama 2s 10M ,
Panama 19SSs • 1004
FINANCIAL RECORD
Mirxv YORK Oct. 8.— Money on call firm;
2^|sp« cent; ruling rate. 3% per cent;
T10..-: 'VISSUSS, paper, 6* to .
Commercial bills. ,$4.82%®4.83%.
Bar sliver. 63 7-Bc. /
railroad bond,
firm. -
TREASURY STATEMENT
WASHINGTON, Oct. ».—The condition of
thW eea.^t N'th°. Ct beginning of business
tO T %.t Wfund^aom Wico.n. $395,337,669: *-
veJdollan, $784,193,000; sliver dollars of
mo $3 646,000; sliver certificates outstand
.n^'undStandard silver dollar, In
general fund, $».4»6,370; n current liabilities,
m 569 «»»r working balance In treasury of
flees $34,484,732; in bank, to credit of
„"• ' of the United States. $96,951,274;
subslaury -liver coin. $18,806,359; minor
coin. $853,707; total balance In general fund,
$92,882,294. _-^^
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. »•—Flourr;r. a™"1:
extras. 35 6006; bakers' extras. »5.60®6,
Oregon and Washington. *480©5.
Wheat— Shipping. $1.6001.55. ...
Barley—Feed, 87%e®Sl; brewing. 11.02%
®Oats^Red. ■Ulft.lfKl , white, 11.100
1-Mlllst'uHs*— Middlings, ' »»•«>»« : JJ 11"*
read [email protected]; rolled barley. $22.50®24.50,
oatmeal. 34.25; oat groats, 34-25; rolled oats,
fS H iy— S7©l4; wheat and oat. $8©
11 50- oat, wild. $6.6009: oat, tame, $7©
11.50: alfalfa, $7©18; straw, $35060.
Receipts—Flour. 3200; wheat, 1800; bar
ley, 303.894: oats, 640; potatoes, 6640;
onions, 6920; hay, 1776; hops, 238; hides,
"B;a W00i5©5.3.: "ma. ,4 7594 85;
small white, $5.70©8.85; large white, $3.50
Potatoes — Burbanks, $1.4501.60;
Merced Bweets. 2©3 1-4 c.
—Fancy, $1.10; common. $1.
Various—Green peas. [email protected]; string beans,
2%@4c; egg plant, [email protected]; green peppers,
40®60o; tomatoes, 15®60c; summer squash,
[email protected]; garlic 2%©3%0; cucumbers, 40
4*750.
—Roosters, old, 360; roosters,
young, $3.5004; broilers, small. $506;
broilers, large, $5010: fryers, [email protected] hens.
$3010; ducks, young. $263; goslings, $2©
3; pigeons, young, $1.5001.75.
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. B.—Butter—
creamery, 84Ho;, seconds, 310; fancy dairy,
29c.
" Cheese—New. 14H01«c; Young; Amer
ica. [email protected]«e. - , ..__
Bgfs— 450: store, 42c; duck, 150
5.50; eastern, I«@«.5O.
CHICAGO, Oct. 3.—Butter steady; cream
eries, 24 @ 28c; dairies, 23© 27c.
—Steady; receipts 6101 cases; at
mark, . cases Included. 18,4©21 too; firsts,
23c; prime firsts, 25c.
Cheese —Steady; Daisies, [email protected]%c;
Twins, 14%@16c; Young Americas, 16%©
16c; Long Horns. [email protected]%0.
CHICAGO LIVE BTOCK
CHICAGO, Oct. 3.—Cattle—Receipts esti
mated at 20.000; market steady. 10c lower;
beeves, $4.6007.90; Texas steers, I3.40I&)
6.60; western steers, [email protected]; stockers and
feeders, [email protected]; cows and heifers, $3.20
jj'6.3o; calves. 57.050R.76.
Hoks K«c«lpts estimated at 28,000; mar
ket dull, 10c lower; light, [email protected]; mix
ed, $8.25® 9.16; heavy. $8.20 @9; rough.
|6 20(3)8.40; good .to choice heavy, 18.40$?
9; pigs, [email protected]; bulk of sales, $8.50(98.80.
Sheep—Receipts estimated at 60,000; mar
ket 100 lower; native, [email protected]; western,
$2 7504.10; yearlings, $4.8Qi3>5.40; lambs,
native. $4.500 7.
VISIBLE GRAIN SUPPLY
NEW YORK. Oct. S.—The visible supply
of grain in the United States Saturday. Oc
tober 1. as complied by the New York
oroduce exchange, follows:
Wheat, 34,968,000 bushels; Increase, J,
--725 000 bushels.
Corn, 6,041.000 bushels; Increase, 403,000
bushels. 1«.»»1 t>««heU; decrease, 59.000
Oats, IS,IOI bushels; decrease, 69,000
Rye. 353,000 bushels; Increase, 34,000
"Barley, 2,444,000 bushels; increase, 608.000
bushels. ■ aupply or vheat In Canada
The vlslbU supply of whsat In Canada
last Saturday was 4,897.000 bushels, an In
crease of 5.699,000 bushel*
I,OS ANGELES HERALD: TUESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1010.
FINANCIAL
LOS ANGELES. Oct. I.—Bank clearings
were 12,977.424.(0, an Increase of 1829,832.54 as
compared -with the amount for the correspond
ing date of last year. Following Is a com
parative staement:
1910. 1909. MM.
'October 5....52.977.424.80 $2,147,693.26 $1,719,015.63
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
1 Trading on the exchange for Monday was
I very quiet. Mexican common was the leader
lof the market, selling as high as 30. This is
, the second nigh mark of the year on Mexican
> common. Cleveland was an active trader, as
well as Consolidated Midway., Neither of these
stocks came up to the average, however, of
last week.
There was no change In the bond list.
There were several inquiries In the bank list
for German American Savings, but the closing
on this stock showed many points apart on
the bid and asked.
In the Industrial list San Diego Home was
offered down, that being the only change In
the Industrial list.
California Hills was the only stock In the
mining list traded in.
Union Oil had but few trades compared with
last week's big record and appeared weaker.
MORNING SALES
10 Associated Oil Co 44.12%; 1000 Cleveland
414; 6000 do 4% 2000 do 4; 3000 do 3%; 1000 do
(buyer 30) 4%; 1000 Consol Midway 24%; 1000
Cal Midway 60%; 2000 do 60%; 10 Mox Pet Ltd
com 29.12%; 10 do 29.37%: 10 do 29.60; 10 do
29.62%; 10 do, buyer 80, 30; 80 Union 99y.25;
2000 Oleum Dcv Co 4.
AFTERNOON SALES
7000 Cleveland Oil 8%: 1600 Consol Midway
24%; $0 Mcx Pet Ltd com 29.62%; 10 do 29.75;
10 do 29.87%; 80 do 30; 20 do, buyer SO, 80.37%;
20 do do 80.60; 5 Union 99; 30 do 99.12%; 3000
Oleum Dcv Co 4.
* BANK STOCKS
Bid. Asked.
AD Night and Day Bank 100.00 .....
Bank of Southern California 100.00
Roadway Bank and Trust 150.00 175.00
California Havings Bank 116.00 .....
Central National Bank 170.00 182.00 |
Cltltens* National »0.00
Commercial National 150.00 .....
Equitable Savings Bank 200.00
Farmers and Merchants Ntl—
Federal Bonk of Los Angeles... 12.50
First National 486.00 .....
German American Savings 485.00 340.00
Glebe Savings Bank 120.00
Home Savings Bank of L. A...115.00
Merchants' National 660.00 .....
Merchants Bank and Trust Co 145.00
National Bank of California ...190.00
National Bank of Commerce ...105.00 .....
Security Savingj Bank 300.00 875.00
The Southern Trust Co 67.00 75.00
(50 per cent paid up)
U. 8. National Bank l.«
INDUSTRIAL AND PUBLIC UTILITIES
Bid. Asked.
Cal Portland Cement Co 65.00 86.00
California Hospital W-00
Edison Electric pfd 70.00 70.
Edison Electric com «0-00 62.00
Hawaiian Cora and Sugar ..... *»•«»
Home Telephone pfd 26.25 33.00
Home Telephone com 4.75 6.w»
Hixehinson 8 PCo 17.00 , 19.00
L A Athletic Club ".00
L A Brewing Co ;••• *><>•«>
L A Investment Co 3.15 .....
Mexican Nat'l Ga-> com 17.00 88.00
P.auhau 8P C- y.'JJ-JJ 28.00
Pao Mu'. Life Ins Co of Ca1.290.00 .....
Pao Con Btone Co of Cal 6.0.V,
Pasadena Home T and T Co »*-00
Riverside Home T and T Co J2.00
San Diego Horn- T and T Co 18.60
Santa Monica B H T pfd 20.00
Bun Drug Co *•«"
F*aside Water Co »— »M-W
Title O and Trust Co pfd ..2T5.00
Title I and Trust Co pfd 176.00 ......
•—tie I and Trust Co com 176.00 .....
Title I -id Trust sex C 178.00
U 8 LD T and T Co pfd.... 25.37% .....
Union Security Corp pfd 100.00
Union Trust Co 30.00 33.00
Whlttler H6me » and T Co »0.00
OIL. stocks
PRODUCERS—, Bid. Asksrt.
American Crude Oil Co \ ■•>
American Pet Co com 68.00 10.00
Associated Oil 48.62% 44.60
California Midway Oil Co .60% .61%
Central 1.85 .....
Cleveland Oil Co 03% .04
Columbia , »•■
Consol Midway Oil Co 24% .24%
Continental Oil " ••»
Enos Oil Co I.W •••••
Euclid Oil Co -Jo
Fullerton Oil 0.00
Jade Oil Co •• •"
Mexican Pet Ltd pfd ".'.' 66.50 81W
Mexican Pet Ltd com SO.OO 30.12%
Mascot Oil Co •• *•»
Ollnda Land Co (Oil) .60 ' .65
Palmer Oil Co 1-27% l.»
Perseus OH Co ,»'XX V*
Final Oil Co ■• »■<»
Plru OU and L Co M .....
Rice Ranch Oil Co 1-00
Hrader's OH Co ••••• W.OO
Union 99.12%. '
Union Provident Co 96.60 97.60
United Oil Co 67 .....
Western Union 160.00
Yellowstone Oil Co ■•"
NON-PRODUCERS—
McKlttrlck Inv OU Co BOOM .....
Oleum Development Co 03% .04%
BONDS
Bid. Asked
American Petroleum Co 80 «0
Associated OH Co J4% 95*
Corona City Water Co 98 ..
Corona Power «~.d W Co 99 104
euoamonga Water Co »3 ■•
Edison Elec Co Ist R 96 W
Edison Elec Co old Issue WS ISJ
Home Telephone Co •■» «J.
Home Tel Co Ist rld« 67% »
Huasteca, Pipe Line JOO
L A Pac Ist cor. mtgs « .. 104%
L A Pao Ry gen con 101
L A Pao Ry Ist rfdg 98
L A Rallwr • Co - 105 .. .
L A Traction Co 6a 101 110
L A Traction Co 6s 101 10J
Mexican Nat'l Gas Co I°°
Mission Tram and R Co 97H ••
Pac Elec Ry Co 100
Pacific Light and Power C 0.... 9( 100
Pasadena Home T aiM V C 0.... .. M
Prmona Con Water Co 102%
Santa Monica Bay H T Co .. 80
Santa Monica H T and T Co 73%
Pun Diego V T and T Ist mtgs .. 80
Temesoal Water Co 89%
Union .Transportation Co to 92%
U 8 Long Dist T and T Co 75
Visalla Water Co 97%
Whlttler Home T and T C 0..... 70 »0
DAILY MINING CALL
Afternoon sales— California Hills 4.
LISTED STOCKS
CALIFORNIA— Bid. Asked.
Cal Hills M Co 04% .04%
NEVADA—
Searchlight Parallel ......... 6.00 M .....
NEW YORK COTTON
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles.
NEW TOR, Oct. 3.—From the very start to
day's cotton market was strong. Option prices
crept up until noon, when, upon the publica
tion of the government bureau showing a con
dition of 66.9 a rally followed, carrying Janu
ary well above 14 cents. As was to be ex
pected, some reaction followed, but prices
closed strong with material gains.
Quotations ranged as follows: —Close—
Open. High. Low. Bid. Ask.
January 13.92 14.15 13.90 14.11 14.13
February 14.07 14.07 14.07 14.17 14.18
March U.O» 14.31 14.07 14.28 14.30
Xprll "■»* "■'«
M, v 14.18 14.44 14.15 14.3» 14.38
juij 14.18 14.38 14.14 14.84 14.38
October' U-M 13.86 13.65 13.80 13.82
November 13.76 13.86 13.76 13.90 13.92
December 13.88 14.18 U. 87 13.09 14.10
Spot cotton, 13.90 c; quiet, 15 points higher.
Liverpool cotton closed 6V4 to 8 points higher
on near and 10 points up on distant.
COTTON AND WOOL
ST LOUIS, Oct. «.—Wool—Steady; me
dium grade* combing and clothing, [email protected];
ÜBht fine, 198121 c; heavy fine, 15©17o; tub
washed, 25®33c.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3.—Cotton closed firm
at a not advance of 10 to 30 paints.
Soot closed »teady, 16 points higher. Mid
dling uplands, 13.»0o; do rulf, 14.16 c. Sales.
24 800 bales-
Futures clos«d firm. Closing bids: Oc
tober U.tOc; November, 13.90 c; December,
14.08 c; January. 14.10 c; February, 14.170;
March, 14.28 c; April, 14.81 c; May. 1436 c;
June, 14.»5e: July. 14.34 c.
PACIFIC COABT HOPS
LIVERPOOL, Oct. 3. —Hops In London,
'pacific coast, £3 10sffi£t 10s.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE!
Social 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.
BAN FRANCISCO, Oct. S.—Following were
the closing quotations:
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS— Bid. Asked.
Alameda Artesian W Co 5s 100
American River Eleo Co 6s 91% 84
Associated Oil Co 6s 95 ..
I Hay Counties Power Co S» 101%
, Cal Central Gas and Eleo 6s 101
i Cal Gas and Elec gen M4.CT 6.... 97 97%
California Street Cable Co 6s 100
California Wine Assn 6s 85 90
City Electric Co 6s 87T4 89
Contra Costa Water Co 5s 99%
do gen mtg 6s 93%
Edison Elec Co of L A 6s 99
Edison Light and Power 6s 107
T I dv P de Nem Fdr 4%s 83 88
First Federal Trust Co 5s 101%
Ferries and Cliff House Ry 6s 100
Hawaiian Coml and Sugar 6s 100 103
Lake Tahoe Ky and T Co 6s 105 ,
Los Angeles Eleo Co 6s 98 .. j
Los Angeles Gas and El Co 65.... 98
Los Angeles Gas and Eleo Corp 6s 97 99
Los Angeles Railway 5s 106
Los Angeles Lighting gd 6s 98
L A Pac R R Ist con mtg 5s 101%
L A Fac R R of Cal 5s 102
Marln Water and Power Co 6s. ...100%
Market Street Cable 6s 104%
do Ry Ist cons mtg 6s 87% 98
Northern Ry Co of Cal 5. 110 .. .
Northern Cal Railway 6s 105
Northern Cal Power Co 6s 10214
Northern Cal Power Con 6s 94% ..
Northern Electric Co 6s 88 '90
Oakland Gas Light and H 6s 99%
Oakland Transit Co 6. 108
Oakland Transit 6s 104
Oakland Transit Con 6s 104
Oakland Traction Con 6s W>
Oakland Traction Co 6s 90 95
Oakland Water Co gtd 6s 83
Omnibus Cable Railway 6s 108
Paclflo Gas Imp 4s 82
1 Pacific Electric Ry Co 6. 104%
Pacific Light and Power Co 6s 99
Pac, Light and Power gtd 6 100 102
Pac Tel and .Tel Co 6s 97% ..
Par kand Cliff House Ry 6s 100
Park and Ocean R R 63 100
People's Water Co 6s 65% 66%
Powell Street Railway 6s 99
Sacramento Eleo Oas and Ry 65..,10114 .. ,
San Joaquln Lgt and Power 6s ... 96% ..
S F Oak and San Jose Ry 6s 10514
S F Oak and San Jose 3d mtg 65.. .. 96
S F Oak and 8 J Con Ry 6s 96
3 J and. Santa Clara Co R R 4%5.. .. 86
Sierra Ry of Cal 6s 106
SPR ROf Cal 6s 1912 101% 102%
S P R R of Cal Ist c gtd g 6s 116
8 P Branch Ry of Cal 6s 12H4 •■
S P R R Co Ist rfdg 4s 95%
Stockton Gas and El Corp 6s 106%
S V Water Co gen mtg 4s 90 90% j
United Gas and Eleo Co 6s 100
United R R of S F 4s 66 67%
Valley Counties Power Co 5s 9914 100
WATER STOCKS—
Spring Valley Water Co 4814
GAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS-
Clty Electric Co 51% 53
N Cal Power Co Con »0 -.
Oro Water L and P Co 60% 62
Paclflc Lighting Corp pfd 75 77
do common 69% ••
INSURANCE STOCKS—
California Insurance Co .74% " 80
Fireman's Fund 235 ..
Pacific Coast Casualty Co 155 175
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS—
California •• "L
Presidio *5 *"*
POWDER STOCKS—
E I dv Pont de Nem pfd 82V4
do common 1™ "
Giant Consolidated Co 85 80
SUGAR STOCKS-
Hawaiian Coml and Sugar Co 34% 35
Honokaa Sugar Co Mtt »
Hutchlnson Sugar Plantation 18 >'»
Kllauea Sugar Plantation Co I* ■■
Makaweli Sugar Co , « sa
Onomea Sugar Co 41 .."„
Paauhau 8 P Co ■•'•■ •• *;*
Union Sugar Co l 0
OIL STOCKS— -«
Amalgamated Oil Co •• »
Associated Oil «* ? 4$
Palmer Oil Co ■• If 1-"
Sterling Oil and Dcv Co * **
West Coast Oil pfd ••■■•■• ? lul
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS—
Alaska Packers' Association 87 ..
Cal Fruit Canners' Association ...101 10-
California Wine Association ™*
North Alaska Salmon Co «»
Pac Auxiliary Fire Alarm •■
Pacific Coast Borax Co 155 ••
Pao Tel and Tel pfd 91 «
Pac Tel and Tel common 36% «'*
Twl* ?00\ssoc.ated Oil 44; 25 Onomea A ,
4V90%T1» Associated Oil 44; 26 Onomea 42%;
35 Pac Tel common «2; 28 do 42V4, 10 ao «*•
Afternoon sales-1000 City Eleo 6s 88. 126
Hawaiian 3414; 60 Pac Tel pfd 92.
Citrus Fruit Report
.' <s>
I „ Or*.. I*m. ml
% Friday. Sept. 30... 23 « »|
I Saturday. Sunday,
*> October 1-2 ■■ • ". " *" X
X Total to date ttals^ 29^09 v
NEW YORK
NEW YORK. Oct. 3.—Nine care orange*.
two cars lemons and one car grapefruit »old.
Market very strong on good quality oranges
and lemon*. Clear and fair. P.on«r T Co.
VALE-NCIAS— Blue Banne. Pioneer F Co.
$2 80; Pride of the West. Pioneer O Co.
$„10 Tltuß Ranch, fy. San Mar no O P A.
13 95: El Toreador, id. San Marino Q PA,
1:2 90- Sceptre, S S Ex. $6.25: Planet. S S
Ex. $4.75- Pointer, A C O Ex, $4.20; Hunter,
A CO Ex. $2.25; Golden Orange, Riv Ex,
M.«; Poster A C a Ex. $2.85; Hunter.
AGO Ex.115 Mayflower, fy. ewalt -.
Co. $5.60; Pilgrim. Stewart P Co $4.5»,
Old Mission, fy Chapman $7^26: Old Mis
sion, eh, Chapman, $8.60; Golden Eagle, »a,
Chapman, $4.85; Lady Rowena. Chapman
$3.06; Aurora, fy or, B Peycke Co, $4.75,
0: M s°6 535; Crack.hot.
$4.80; Del Oro, $3.40; Senorlta. $3.
GRAPEFRUIT. Champion, aeedllng.
'2 BOXES—lledllng. fancy. $3.15; choice,
$2.20; seedless, fancy. $2.10; choice. $1.80.
Climax, seedless. $1.55.
. . BOSTON
BOSTON. Oct. 3.—Three cars sold. Clear
and cool. Market doing better. _
VALBNCIAS-Bear. 0 X Ex. $3.051; Coy
ote, O X Ex. $1.90; Hunter. A 0 G Ex,
$2.90; Quail, O X Ex. $2.60; Pointer, A C a
Ex, $4.10.
liEMON'S—Bear, O X Ex, $5.50.
rrrrsßEiKJ
PITTSBURGH Oot." 3.— car sold. Firm
on jrood fruit. Cool. Banner. $3.20; Pride
VALENCIAS—BIue Banner, $3.20; Pride
of West. Pioneer F Co. $2.65.
. ' ST. I^OUIS
ST LOUIS, Oct. —Cloudy. Market weak
on small sizes oranges, firm on good lemons.
One oar valencies and one car lemons sold.
VALENCIAS—O. Washington, 88. Santa
Ana, $4; Martha Washington, $3.20; Golden
KiSt $2 *5.
LEMONS—Quaker Girl. S T Whittler,
$4.75; Greenleaf. $4.80.
. ' PHILADELPHIA
PHILADELPHIA. Oct. 3.—Three oars
valenclas sold. «....«
VALBNCIAS— Pointer. A C O Ex. $4.80;
Tustin Gem. Tustln P Assn. $4.95; Honest
Pack. Tustln P Co. $3.25; Pride of West.
Pioneer V Co. $3.25: Beauties $2: Hunter.
A C O Ex $2.95: Old Oak. Tustln P Co,
$J. 65; Blue Banner. Pioneer F Co. $3.20;
Evergreen. $5: Stock Label. $1.55.
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI. Oct. 3.—Warm. Very
strong on vaUnclas and#lamon». One ear
valenclas and one car Florid* grapefruit
"^ALENCIAS—Pet. S A Ex. $3.20; El Cap-
VALENCIAS—Pet. S A Ex, $5.20; El Cap
ltan, $1.70.
GRAPEFRUIT—FIorida, $3.20. . _
LOCAL PRODUCE DEALERS
READY FOR THE CROWDS
Markets Well Supplied with Cali
fornia Fruits and Other
Fine Products
Produce dealers are enjoying b!l«k busi
i.phs thin week, with the lame number of
visitors In the city.
At the call session of the yroduce ex
change dealers took another shot at egg
quotations, placing the price of storaxt
packeil extras at 32 cents flat, and eastern
storage seconds at 87 cents. Locals ure
steady at 43 and II cents.
No change in butter, clieOße ami BOtatO**.
Pink and blackeye beans were .lowered
cne-quartor and one-half cent per pound
respectively. Jobbers quoted a slightly
I higher nrlco on Garvanza beans.
The market is slightly easier on 4>,4 tier
Bellefleur apples, while Greenings and Fall
Pippins are quoted 25 and 10 cents per box
higher than at the close of last week re
spectively. Strawberries dropped to 8 cents
por basket. Owing to the cool weather the
market Is a trifle easier on grapefruit,
steady on lemons and firm on oranges. Gol
den dates are quoted one-half cent lower.
Alligator pears are quoted at $4 as against
$3.50^4 Saturday. Grapes sold at SoC'j
$1.35 per box as compared with 75c4i 11 last
week. Pears In packed boxeß were quoted
25 cents lower. Quinces were quoted 10
cents hither at $1 per box.
The prlea on lima beans was off 1 M
cents per pound. Cauliflower Is steady to
firm at 11.50 ft 1.75. Celery Is firm at $2.50.
Corn husks and egg plant doclined 1 cent.
Lettuce was steady at $1.25 per crate. Brus
sels SDrouts have been scarce for the last
few days, and were quoted at 7® 10 cents,
against a former flat price of 19 cents.
The supply of all kinds of fish was suf
ficient to meet the active demand.
Receipts of produce were: Eggs, 63 cases;
butter, 17,619 pounds; cheese, 8180 pounds;
potatoes, 11,070 sacks; onions, 300 sacks;
sweet potatoes, 184 sacks; apples, 9080 boxes.
PRODUCE PRICES
Following are the official prices of pro
duce to retailers as complied by the Market
Reporter:
EGGS —Local ranch, candled, 43c; do case
count, buying price, 31»c; eastern fresh, 35c;
eastern storage, packed extra, 32c; do, stor
age seconds, 2 7c.
BUTTER—Selling price to trade 2Ma high
er; California creameries, extras, 32 Vie, do
firsts, 31c; cooking, 23c; ladle, 25c.
CHEESE—Northern fresh, 17®17V4c;
local, 1.8 c; Oregon Daisy, 18%® 19c;
eastern sinfrles, 19c; ilo Twins, 18 ',<• 'u< 19 Vfec;
eastern Daisies, 19^19',4c; eastern Long
Horns, 19 4® 20c; eastern Cheddars, 20c; Im
ported swisa. 30c; jack. 19c; domestic swiss,
[email protected]; cream brick, 19c; llmburger, 19c;
Roquefort, 38o; Edam, [email protected]; Canadian
cream, box, SI.
BBANB—No. 1 Dink. 16.35; No. 1 limas,
15.00; No. 1 Lady Washington. $4.50; No.
1 small whites, $4.50; No. 1 blackeyes, $5;
No. 1 Garvanzas. $4.50; No. 1 California
lentils, $7.0n.
POTATOES—Highland, rut., 11.4091.50; local
Burbanks, $1.26; Salinas, $1.70; yellow
sweets. $1,503(1.75.
ONIONS —Local yellow Danvers, 11.75;
northern. $1.76; do Australian browns, $1.75;
local, $1.75; local stver skins, ug box, $1;
garlic, 7a b. •
FRESH FRUITS — Apples — Belleflours,
$1 @ 1.10; 4% tier, 90c; Pearmains, white
winter, 4-tler. $1.25; do red, 4H-tier, $1;
Fall Pippins, 4-tlor, $1; Jonathans, Califor
nia, $1,115; 4H-tler, $1.85; Baldwin, 4-tlcr,
$1.65; 4H-tler, $1.25; Greenings, 4-tler, $1.65;
Spltzenbergers. 4-tler, $1.76; 4tt-tler, $1.35.
BERRIES —Strawberries, p«r basket, 8c;
raspberries, per basket, 10c; blackberries,
per basket, [email protected]; cranberries, bbl., $9.50.
CITRUS FRUITB —Grapefruit. seedless,
$3.75; seedlings, $2.75; lemona, $4#6; Val
encias oranges, $4(8'4 50.
TROPICAL—Bananas, lb. [email protected]%c: Kara
dates, lb., [email protected]; golden dates, lb., 7c;
alligator pears, doi. $3.5004.60; pineapples,
lb., 6® 7c.
MISCELLANEOUS — Local cantaloupes,
cabbage, orate, $2.60; Casabaa, crate, $1.5(1;
figs, box, $1.00; Muscat grapes, lug box,
51.55; peaches, per box, [email protected]>$l; Bartlett
pears, $2.25 box: plums, crate, $1.50; prunes,
$1.50; quinces, lug box, $1.00; water
melons, [email protected] lb.
VEGETABLES—Northern artichokes, doz.
$1; green asparagus, 15c lb; bell peppers, lb.
[email protected]; beets, doz. bunches, 25c; lima beans,
sack, 75®90c; red cabbage, 3c lb.; carrots,
doz. bunches, 25c: cauliflower, crate, $1.50;
celery, crt., $2.256.2.50; cucumbers, box, 40c;
green corn. box. [email protected]; corn husks, 10c;
! egg plant, lb., 2(§>4c; horseradish, lb., 25c;
okra, 6o lb.; lettuce, crt., $1.50; peas, [email protected]
lb; parsley, doz. 25c; northern strawberry
rhubarb, box. $1.50; spinach, doz. 20&25 c;
sin-nuts, 12',-jc; summer squaßh, lug box, 21
[email protected]; string beans, lb., 4',4c; green cabbage
<&Ssc; young onions, doz.. 20c; turnips, doz.
bunches. 20c; tomatoes, 25<i?50e; yellow, 75c.
DRIED FRUITS —Evaporated apples, SVf-c
lb; apricots, [email protected] lb; peaches, [email protected]
lb; pears, 10® 12c lb; plums, lOo; necta
rines, 8c lb.
PRUNES— 30-40S, 9®loc: 40-50s, [email protected]: 60-60s.
[email protected]; 60-70 S. 7c; 80-90s. «He; 90-100s, 6c.
RAISINS—2 crown, loose, 60-lb. boxes.
BHe lb; 8 crown, do, 4o; 4 crown, do, 4V«c;
London layers, 2 crown, 20-lb. box. $1.16;
do, t crown, $1.25; do 4 crown, $1.50; Bui
tanas, bleached, [email protected] lb; unbleached, 4 <i>
6c lb; seeded raisins, 16 oz. pkgs, 7c; do, 12
oz. <c.
NUTS—Fancy IXL almonds, 1714 c lb; bra
zils, [email protected] lb; cocoanuts. 90c: filberts, 14c
lb; pecans, XX, 16c; do XXX, 16c lb; east
ern peanuts, 7®7He lb; do Japan, 6Hc;
plnenuts, 18c; No. I assorted walnuts. 16c;
do budded, 18c; eastern popcorn, cwt, $3.o0;
do local. $3.50.
RICE —Fancy Honduras (Carolina) $6.75
cwt; choice Honduras (Carolina* [email protected];
Japan grades, [email protected]; Island. $5.60;
broken, $3.60.
HONEY —White water extracted. 9c lb,
do white, BWc; do lizht amber. Sc; comh,
water white, 1-lb frames, 18c; do white, 17c;
do light amber, 14c; beeswax, 30c lb.
LIVE STOCK—Packers pay f. o. b. Los
Angeles for beef steers, s'uif>Uc; beef heif
ers, [email protected]: beef calves, S'ifi'ec; mutton
wethers, $5.50:3 6; mutton ewes, [email protected]');
mutton lambs, $3.50®3.75; hogs, lie.
POULTRY —Turkeys. 11 v«, [email protected]>260 lb;
large hens 4 lbs. up, 19c lb; do small, IMO
1% lbs. 17e lb; broilers, 1 to IV4 lbs. 170 ib;
friers, m to S lbs. 17c lb; coast chicken,
18c lb; ducks. 16c lb; geese, lie lb; squaus,
$1.50 doz; old roosters, 8o lb.
CHILI —Evaporated, strings. 30c lb; green.
4c lb; chill tepins. 750 lb; Japan. 16c,
ground, So.
HAY (baled) —The following quotations
furnished by the Los Angeles Hay Storage
Co Barley. [email protected]; tame oat, ton,
$14916 50; alfalfa, ton, [email protected];
wheat hay. [email protected]
MILL FEED —Bran, $1.66: whole corn,
$1 76' cracked corn, $1.80; feed meal, 11.85;
roiled barley, $1.15: oil cake meal, $2.50,
shorts $1.80; Kaffir corn, $1.75; whits oats.
$1 85- eastern red oats, $2.25: wheat, ori
ginal' Backs, cwu $1.80; wheat. 100-lb.
uoki, $1-96.
FRUIT MARKET
I _-
I SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 3.—-Fruits— Fancy
apples. 75c; common, 35c.
Berries—Strawberries, 13.5006; huckle
berries. 4® 8c; raspberries, $li"tfti; cranber
rleGra*p3es^-I»abella, B0ffi7Bo; Muscat. [email protected]
Grapes— Uabella. 60® 75c; Muscat. 25<S50e.
Pears—Common. 60c; fancy, 85c; HartltU,
ll.B'Kli 2.
—Common. 60c: fancy. 75c.
—Common, 650; fancy. $1.15.
Oranges—Valencia. $3.50 4.
Mexican limes, $8.5007.
lemons — California, $2.B0; fandy,
$5 60*
* Melons—Watermelons, $102; nutmegs, 60
@86e; fancy cantaloupes, |1.75; common,
SI 18.
Tropical fruits—Bananas, [email protected]$3; pineap
ple*. «©2.50.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
NEW YORK. Oct. 3. —Evaporated apples
steady; fancy, lOo; choice, S% V4c; prime,
[email protected]%c; common to fair. 6(07V4c.
Prunes not active, firm. Quotations. B©
100 for CSallfornlas up to SO-40S. and 7V4©
9140 for Ore«ons. Choice 11K013O; 1
ATwlootß quiet, firm. Choice, ny,®l3o;
extra choice. 12H®130; fancy, 13%'u'Uc.
Peaches quiet but steady; choice, TO7*o!
extra choice. 8O8^c; fancy. BH<s>9c.
Raisins, slow demand, prices easy. Loose
muscatels. 5 1-43i«0 for 2 and 3 crown:
Choice to fancy seeded, «%®Bc; seedleM, 5
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CLEARINGi HOUSEJANKS
__„
nawkT v^ QIFICEK3
C-- • , , _ ; ~ R. J. WATERS, President,
ltizens National Bank wm. w. woods, cashier.
Capital. $1,000,000.
S. W. corner Third and Main. Surplus, >500,000. •
„ - T : 7~r . ' W. A. EONTNOE, .lent.
ommercial National Bank newman essick. cashier.
Capital, $200,000.00.
401 B. Spring, corner Fourth. Surp'ua & Undivided Profits. $<7,0W.0Q
„ -, ' 71 ,_, ". I. W. HELLMAN, President
armers & Merchants National Bank 1. VV. HELLMAN, President
armers & Merchants National Bank chapvks heyi.ek, cashier.
Capital. $1,600,000. „„.„„
Corner Fourth and Main. Surplus and Profits. H.9W.COC- |
F~. TTTT m ; ~ J. M. ELLIOTT, President.
ir£t National Bank w. t. b. hammond. cashier.
Caplt:'. »toclc. $1,260,000.
B. E. corner Second and Spring. Surplus and Profits. $1,625,000.
— ~ — ; —— : W. 11. HOLLIDAY, President.
■ Merchants National Bank chas greens, cashier.
Btj Ca-!tal, $200,000. '"
11l S. E. corner Third and Spring Surplus and Undivided Proflts. »*>.«*
Nr~* ... ■ ' ■!■ E. F iIH',;KN, Presiaenu
ational Bank of California h. s. mckke, cashier.
Capital, $000,000. .«-»«.
N. E. corner Fourth and Spring. Surplus qnl Undivided ProflU. 1139.0W
(— 7~r; : r^ ~ B. F. ZOMBRO. President,
lentral National Bank james b. gist. cashier.
I ' Capital, WOO.OOO. -„«-
I S. E. corner Fourth and Broadway. Surplus and Undivided Profltg. $»«.W»
; — ; —T~^ . /-i _ „„„ WAHHEN GIIX.ELEN. Pre.ldenW
B roadway Bank & 1 rust Company A . redman. ca»hier.
roadway Bank & Trust Company A . w redmak, caahier.
f Capital. $250,000.
JOS-311 Broadway. Bradbury Building Surplua and Undivided Profits. nr.OO*
United States National Bank IriAIAS VV. HET.LMAN, President,
nited States National Bank f. w. smith, cashier,
capital, $200,000.
B. B. corner Main and Commercial. Burplu ; and Profits. $73.000,
~j^ 3^7jgeUe^savjngsjianks ._.
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Largest and Oldest in the Southwest
Resource. $29,000,000.00
r.7. th. hl«h..t rmte. .f tot.™.* M* « U» -a* »U..r»l term. e.utoto>* wM»
••and, con«ervativ» tanking;.
Largest and Best Equipped Safe Deposit and Storago ,
Vaults in the Southwest.
Security Building Spring and FiftH Streets A
YHL BANK WITH *THK>-^S2mg*'
ZW EFFICIENT WITM THK ""^H
EFFICIENT J£/?WC£
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CHICAGO GRAIN
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, member at the Chicago board of trade.
New York stock exchange and San Francisco
bond and stock exchange. 212 West Fifth street,
Lo« Angeles.
CHICAGO, Oct. Generally higher Eu
ropean markets, a substantial decrease In sup
plies afloat and a widespread belief that the
short side was being overplayed by speculators,
made a higher wheat market during the first
half of the session. Tone has been very weak
since. Early bulge took market to %c above
Saturday close. This gain and as much more
was loft later. Quite a number of shorts cov
ered early, while the more positive and cour
ageous sold. Later news was quite unsatis
factory. Seaboard, Montreal. Winnipeg and
local exporters reported no business doing ex
cept in an occasional lot of cheap Manitoba.
These reports were' borne out by later an
nouncement of a cut to 1 cent on wheat
freights, Fort William to Buffalo. Th« weak
ness here In the face of good cables was very
discouraging to holders and created a heavy
feeling, with opinions freely expressed that
any advance might yet have to come from a
lower level, or would at least be postponed
until the buying power, showed some Increase.
Corn opened a little higher on wet weather
west of the Mississippi river and prospect of
Its spread to more eastern corn territory to
day or tomorrow. A number of shorts covered,
but the market gave way later after their
wants had been satisfied. Early shipping call
was fair, but later very poor.
Oats followed other grains, gaining early and
reacting later. The market has been fairly
active, helped very much during the morning
by covering by shorts. ear.y. rallied on short,
Provisions were weak early, rallied on shorts
covering later, and then again turned easier.
Congestion in nearby lard has helped to temper
the declining tendency shown In other prod
ucts. The south reports very poor cash trade,
all other food substitutes being used in place
of meats. Receivers as a rule are expecting
lleht receipts, but northern lowa dealers are
now loading oats out heavily to makeroom
for old corn, and this means a better run of
hogs here next week.
MAKKKT RANGES
WHEAT— Open. High. Low. Close.
« ••;:::::: W VSS VS* ■»:«
¥$ ■■"■.."".;"». -96% .»8% .38% .98%
f,| •.■::::::: Si & :S 3
B^..::=; 3 SS ■ 3
T»nu£s"~ 17.62K 17.67H 17.42H 17.42*
May ...'.'......." "•« "-15 «MV* M-Mtt
i»nu£?~ .... 10-60 10.60 tt.Utt 10. KH
Mny ...'.'.'.'...".. 10.28V4 U.Stti 10.07V4 10.10
,™l?7 9.42U 9.42% 925 ».27tt
if.™ ::::: 9.32% 0.3s 9.221* 9.as
CMh"iuitotVoni were as '°»°w. s:
£* 6S©72c: flax seed. No. 1 southwestern,
j" «"o- No 1 northwestern. *2.63; timothy
seed $6 5008.50; clover, [email protected]; mess
Vl' «r bbl 118; lard. per 100 lbs.,
EMi»rJS» ribs, sides (loo.,). $10.50©
11.10: short clear .ides (boxed). $12.75©
12Total clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 432.000 bushels. Primary receipts
were 1 719,000 bushels, compared with 2,
--,>, 000' bushels the corresponding day a
year aeo The visible supply of wheat in
the United States. 2.725.000 bushels for the
week. The amount of breadstuff* on ocean
passage 3,496,000.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
67 cars: corn, 876 oars; oats, 150 car.; hogs,
14,000 head.
Dally movement of produce:
Art ic!es Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrel 30,800 45.500
Wheat, bushel. 49.200 44,500
Corn, bushels 310.000 J6(I-^J
Oats, bushel, 262.000 149,200
Rye. bushel/ • 1,000 4.100
Barley, bushel 62,500 30.100
COFFEE AND SUGAR
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. —Coffee closed steady
at a net advance of 4 to 6 points. Sale*
77 000 bags. October. November and l>e
cember, $8.95; January. 8.97*4: February.
8.99: March and April. $9; May and Juno,
$9.01: July. »9.03; August, $9.03; Septem
ber, $9.04.
Spot coffee firm: Rio No. 7. lie; Santos
No. 4. [email protected]
Mild coffee firm; Cordova. 11 l-4eolJ»*
Raw sugar steady; museovailn, S9 test.
$3.46; centrifugal, 96 test, $3.95; molasses
sugar stoarty and unohang»d, S9 te»t, };;.2u;
refined steady.
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means saving money owt^SWjT
Mf of every pay check. Come and Vj
Kg get It cashed. Save something, V
I* If It Is only a dollar. That would /
11 be *52 In a year. It would be a £
ft start for a home or buy a lot of m
W Christmas presents, not speaking 1
U of a rainy day when you don't ■
M have the say check. g£
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FACTS AND FINANCE
of the
California Oil Industry
Written and Compiled
By WILXJAU A. WtLIXAMS, •
Editor California Oil News and Digest,
Expressly for
ATLANTA OIL CO.
This Edition is limited— a oopr
with the Compliments of
J. B. UEVI, FlsiMl Agent,
411 South Main St. Los Angeles, Cal.
FLOUR AND FEED
Following are the wholesale prices on flour
and feed furnished by the Los Angeles Fa..-in
ing and Milling company;
FLOUR—
XXXX standard, blended ..!«.'"*
Purity • • S.3S
Our Pride' «.*»
Apple Blossom . 6 »
Flour In ',» sacks 200 per bbl. higher. XXXX
la retailed at JUS per VI sack; 900 per H sack.
Ca Bales. Hs (4s
Graham 13.49 18.20 S3.lt; JS.l*
Entire wheat flour 3.60 8.30 3.26 8,24
Hyo Hour 8.89 8.60 3.65 .' .4
Rye meal 3.80 1.60 8.63 SSJ
Corn meal, Y. and W.... ».8O 2.60 2.66 IJ)
Oat meal, steel cut 6.70 5.60 6.45 ■». + :
Hominy, large and small 4.10 8.90 3.86 3. :i
Farina 4.00 3.80 8.71 1.71
Cracked wheat 4.00 1.80 1.75 3.74
XXXX Pastry, In bales.. 3.60 . 8.30 .... ,
XXXX Family, In bales. 3.70 1.50
Rolled wheat, bbl., 125 lbs. U-l.i
Rolled wheat, sacks 75 lbs., per sack % m
Rolled wheat, cocks 60 lbs., per back i,7»
Per DC u.j.
Alfalfa meal Ji.ij
Bone, granulated i 1.00
Mane meal a.t*
Blood meal S.ll
XXXX Beef scraps » r.lj
Bran ••• 1.-.
Barley, rolled 1.14
Charcoal S. 14
XXXX Chick teed 2.<»
per bale of 20 5-lh. bags ;, .n,
per bale of 10 1-lb. bags t,lo
Corn, eastern mixed i,78
Eastern white I.to
Yellow Dent «... I.SO
Cracked • 1.10
Small yollow l.s»i
Feed meal • •• 1.33
XXXX Dry mash (a superior egg food)
tO-lb. sack -IS
Grit, granite >S
Millet *.M
Oilcake meal -...-.60
Oats, white feed !.S*
Shell. California clam •-■> .40
White clam .11
Harl eastern oyster
XXXX Special dry scratch food
6hort '-
Wheat
100-lh sack
Cracked. 100-lb. eack <■'
ASKS ALIMONY EIGHTEEN
YEARS AFTER DIVORCE
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. B.—Mrs. Mary
Lawrence, who divorced her husl
eighteen years ago, when he wan ti
laborer •working for the city, has em
piled to the supreme court to. set tit)
the amount of alimony to which r.ho
is entitled. The divorced husband riirv
Is a commission merchant and is iili,
to be worth J5.000.000. The woman,
who still retains her husband's nt ■■»-.
Is a seamstress
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