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LATEST FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL REPORTS
NEW FORCES BID
UP STOCK PRICES
Favorable Government Crop.
port Is Strong Factor in
Market Advance
COPPERS GAIN IN STRENGTH
Railroad Strike in Europe Has
Little Effect on the
Exchanges
(Associated Press)
NEW TORK, Oct. 13.— stock
market today gave convincing evi
dence of the Increased working of the
speculative spirit in the expansion and
the broadening of the dealings. The
determination with which stocks were
bought and prices bid up evidenced
the entry of new forces ln the mar
ket.- The trading element showed its
suspicion of the conditions by con
testing the advance, putting out short
lines at various stages and profess
ing the conviction that the rise was
artificial and designed to afford a fa
vorable basis for distributing accu
mulation* In the hands of great pri
vate banking houses. The short sell
ing was absorbed ln avfih fashion as
to intimidate the bear faction, whose
demand to cover helped on the ad
vance. The many dormant stocks
which were revived In succession and
briskly advanced gave color to the sup
position that numerous newly formed
pool, were taking up these Issues for
market exploitation. Gains were gen
erally retained at the end of the day.
The specific factor most referred to
as furnishing the motive 1 force for
the advance was the government crop
report of Monday and the definite evi
dence it furnished that the year's har
vest would yield the largest increment
to the country's wealth in Its history.
The railroad strike in Prance seemed
to leave financial markets both abroad
and here unruffled. The statement
embodied in the annual report of the
Rio Tlnto Copper Mining company that
a restriction of output had been agreed
on with, the American producers gave
an upward impetus to the copper
group. The bonds were firm. Total
sales, par value, J3,233,000. . Ui B. bonds
were unchanged on call.:
NEW YORK STOCKS
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wll
•on, $13 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco. • • „•■
NEW YORK. Oct. Following were the
quotations today: • .- "_■'
Sales. Stock. High. Low. Bid. Ask,
ion Allls-Chalmer* .. 1" 1"i
200 do preferred 35% 38 84% 35
18.700 Amalg Copper .... 68% 67% 68% 68%
900 Amer Beet Sugar. 39% 39% 39% St%
• 100 do preferred 91% 94% 03% 94%
1.800 Amer Can C 0.... 9 8% ■■ 8%- 9
■400' do preferred 71 70*6 70% 71
i 2,100 Am Car and Fdry 52 • SOU 61% 52
300 do preferred II" 115% ■ 115% 116%
600 Amer Cotton OIL. 857% 66% 67 67%
100 do preferred 107 107 107,
..1.... Amer Express MS 270
300 Am Ice Securities. 19 18% 18% 19
i...'.... Amer Linseed ...... .. 13 13
700 do preferred 34 33% 31 35
803 Amer Locomtive .. 80 W 88% $•%
....... do preferred 103 106
11,700 Am Smlt and Rfg 73% 71% 72% 73
• 100 do preferred 103 108 103% : 104
200 Amer Sugar .117% 117% 117% 118
100 do preferred 115% 11514 115 116
200 Amer Steel Fdra.. 44% 44 44% 45
2,000 Am Tel and Tel ..139% 138% 139 139%
100 Amer Tobacco .... 93% 93% 94 94%
200 Amer Woolen ....31 31 80% 31
100 do preferred 96% 95% 94 96
3,600 Anaconda 41% 41 41 •■> 41%
1,100 Atlantic C Line ..118 115% 117 i 118
28,400 AT- Santa Fe..103% 101% 103% 103%
800 do preferred 101 100% 100% 100%
1,700 Bait & Ohio 108% 108 108% 108%
do preferred ", .. 90 90%
6,100 R T 77% Tl 77% 77%
1,100 Canadian Pacific.l9s% 193 195 133%
15.700C&O 82% 81% 82% 82%
C & A .<........ .. 35 36
BOOCAOW 24% 24, 21% 24%
1,100 do preferred 48% 48 48% 48%
800 C_ N W...: 149 147% 148% 149 .
I.IOOC M _ St P 125% 123% -124% 126
400 -do preferred 149% 149 149% 149%
3,800 Central Leather .. 36% 86% 36% 86%
700 ■do preferred 105% 106% 105 105%
SOO Central of N J...285 ■ 280 285 300
100 C C C A St L.... 78 76 k 75% 77
, do preferred ....... .. 99 110
• 1,900 Colorado F and I 35% 84% i 34% 35
~ do preferred .. 100 '120
» Columbus H C A I .. ..6 6
400 Colorado ' Southern 80% 89% 50% 60 ,
100 do Ist preferred.. 76% 76% 76 78
....... do Id preferred.. .. • '.. -■74 ' 78
16.400 Consolidated Ga»..136% 134% 135% 135%
3,100 Corn Produots ... 17% 16%.. 17 j 17%
400 do preferred 70 . 76% 78% 79
900 Del _ Hudson ...168 166% 167% 169
• 400 DL & W .....850 660 497% 675
1,900 D A R 0 33% 33 33% 33%
600 do preferred 76% 74% 76 76%
100 Diamond Match... 91% 81% ■ 91 91%
2,300 Distil Securities .. 32% 30% 31% 32
, Duluth S 8 A A.. .. .. 12% 12%
200 do preferred 26% 25%, 25% 26%
14,600 Brie ... ' 29% V.28%. 29% .. 29%
5,200 .do Ist, preferred.. 49% • 49% ,49 49%
2,000 do 2d preferred.. 39 37% 39 39%
1.600 General Electric...l 63% 152%, 153% 154
1,600 Gt Northern Ore.. 68 57% 68 68%
8,000 Ot Northern pfd..130% 129 ISO 130%
• TOO Illinois Central ...135 133% 134 136'
8,800 Interboro-Metro '.; 21% 20% 20% 20%
4,500 do preferred .„.. 67% 5614 56% 57
200 Internet Paper ... 12% 12% 12% 12%
BOO' do preferred .;..'. 62% 62% 52% 53
800 Internat Pump ... 44 , 48 43% 44
! 600 do preferred .....85%, 85% 84% 87%
800 lowa Central 19% 19 19% , 19%
1,100 do preferred; ... 85% 36% 98% 36
1,100 X C Southern .... 32% 38% 32% 33
100 'do preferred 67 67 66% 67
1,800 L_ N 148% 147 147% 148
, 400 Mackay 87 96 , , 96% 97
...'.... do preferred " •'.. 76. 78
100 Manhattan .; .'...144% 144% 144% 145%
1,100 Mexican Central.. 33 .... 1311; 32% 32%
„ 800 Minn & St L 29% 26 28% 32
r SOO do preferred 50 ,: 49 " 49 61
400 M St P _ S 5M..132% 132% 132% 133 1
....... •do preferred .. .. 145 160
8,700 MX ft Texas .... 85% 34% 35 , 35%
- 100 do preferred 66% •• 65% 63 66%
2,200 Missouri Pacific .. 68% 87 67% 58
. 2,900 National. Lead .... 60% 67% 69% 60
do preferred '.. -'•.. 103% 105 8
2,600 National Biscuit..ll3% 110%', 112 112%
-300 do preferred 122 122 120. .124
8,100 Nevada Con* 21% 20% 20% 21
": 900 T Air Brake .. 79% 78-79% 80
8,100 N T,Central .'.;.. 116% .114% < 115 , 115%
....... NYCA St L J- ' .. .. 66 ' 67%
do Ist preferred.. .. ,; 106% 110,
', .. do 3d preferred „" .. 88% 91
400 NTN II _ Hart .... 163 165 '-
2,900 N V Ont A West. 42% 43 42% 42%
.TOO Norfolk A West.. 42%, 43 ■ 42% 42%
, TOO Norfolk _ Western 99 ; 98% 08% 89
- do preferred ..... .. .. 83 90
TOO North American .. 69% 68% 69 69%
8,600 Pacific x-dv 1%.120 , 119, 119% 119%
i4>maha ... .. . ... ,' 185 150
, - do preferred .. 145' 165
'" 100 Pacific Coast 100 100 100 112
• . 800 Pacific Mall 32% 31% 33 32%
700Penna R R Co ...131% 130% ' 130% 131.
1,300 People's Oa* .109 - 108% 108% 109%
-. i '600 Pittsburg Coal „.'. 19% 19 : 19% 19%
'- 400 do preferred 69% 69 69 TO
' 100 P C C _ St L 98 , 97% . 97% . 88
.. do preferred ....... A.. ■. 108 116 <
"' 800 Pressed Steel Car. 36 /SB 35% 36
"•f 100 "do preferred 96% • 96% 06 j ' 97
. 800 Ry Steel Springs.. 35% 34% 35% J 35%
do preferred .......... 93 90 -
ioo'ioo Reading .......... .160% . 148% 149% , 149%
400 do Ist preferred.. 86% 86% 86% 89 •
•200 do 2d preferred.. 99 98 .99-100
800 Republic S and I 83% 33 33% -33%
' '.»0 ;■ do preferred ..... 85% . 85, . 86% j. 33%
15,700 Rock Island Co ... 32% ,12% 33% 32%
1,200 do preferred .....'65%' 64% 65 65%
200 Sloe Shef S and 164 64 53% 64
....... do preferred „ .. • 105(4 11414
St _ ft SF Ist pfd .. .. 68 65
1,200 do 2d preferred.. 42% 43 41 • 43%
St _ _ 8 W 29% 30
400 do preferred 68% SB% 63 69
17,400 Southern I'aclflc..ll7%' 116% 117% 117%
6,500 Southern Railway.26% 24% '26% 26%
2,400 do preferred 68 66% 67% 68
9,300 Tennessee Copper. 37% 36% 36% 37 <
1,200 Texas Paolflo 29 28% 28% 29 .
1,700 Third Aye 11% 10 10% 10%
1.500 Toledo St It * W 27% *6% 27% 28%
2,500 do preferred 60% 67% «0 Ml
800 Twin City R T...112% 112% 112% 113%
100 Un Bag and Paper 8% 8% 7.„- 8%
, do preferred .. 64 59
75,400 Union Pacific ....171% 168% 170% 170%
100 do preferred 92% 92% 92 93
800 United . Rd* of S F 31% 31 31 83
300 do preferred ... 60% 60% 60 ■ 60%
400 U 8 Cast Irn Pips 16 16 18 16%
100 do preferred 66 66 56 69
1,300 U 8 Rubber 38 87 37 38
400 do Ist preferred.. 111% 111% 112%
100 do Id preferred.. 73% 71% 73% 73%
137,000 V a Steel Cor 73% ' 71% 73% . 37%
1,900 do preferred .....120 118% 119% 119%
700 Utah Copper 60% 49% 60% 60%
6,200 Va-Car Chem Co.. 61% si% 61% 61%
200 do preferred 124% 123 123% 124%
900 Wabash ....18 17% 17% 18%
6.000 do preferred 88% 38 88% ' 88%
100 Well* Fargo Ex ..165 166 162 170
600 Western Union ... 76 74% 74% 74%
2.800 Westlnghouse 72% 72 72 . 73%
600 W_ It _..... 6% 6%' 6% 5%
200 do Ist preferred.. 11% j 11% 11 11%
do 2d preferred. .. ..... 6% 7 .
3,400 Wisconsin - Central 69 66 68 69
Am Hide and Lea .. ..' ' 4% ' 4%
400 do preferred 22% 22% ■■ 22% 28
2,000 Am Agr and Chem 47% 4*% 47 47%
-do preferred .. 80 100
Nat Enam and 8. .. ..17 17%
do preferred ..... .. .. 83 .87
800 Beth Steel .." 39 28 28% 23 -
400 do preferred 69% , 68% 69% 59%
300 Pao Tel and Tel .. 43 43 43 43
5,900 Int Harvester ....106% 103 \ .104% ' 105%
210 do preferred 123 122' 122 124
8,600 Qoldfield Con* ... 8 7% ■ 7% 8
800 11 8 Realty TO 68% 68% 70%
» 1,800 West Maryland ... 49 48 48% 48%
800 Pullman 166 165 165 167
! Total sales, 713,100 shares. .
NEW YORK BONDS
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, HI West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber .New York stock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange, of San
Francisco.
NEW YORK, Oot. Following were the
closing quotations: :r, -: -Bid. Asked.
Atchison gen 4a 89% 89%
Atchison cony 4s 106% 106
Baltimore _ Ohio lit 4* 99% 89%
B R T 4* 83% 84
Colorado Industrial 6* 73 . ..
U 63 .'........'.. 86% ' '83
Rock Island col 4* 76% ■ 75%
Southern Pacific ref 4s 95 96%
Southern Pacific col 4s 92 92%
Untbn Paclno Ist 4* 101% 101%
Union Pacific cony 4* 103% 103%
U 8 Steel 6* 101 104%
United Railway 4* ..••• 87 68
Wabash debenture 4s ...;..; 65% '. 88
Western Pacific 5s .................. 93% 93%
Armour & Co.'* 4% 92% 93
Japanese 4s .....89% 90
Japanese tat 4%* 94% '85
Japanese 2d 4% 93% 94
Southern Pacific cony 4*.... 98% •99 -
Denver _ R _ ref Ss. M 92%
US 2* registered 100% 101%
U8 2* Coupon .100% 101%
US 8* registered ........101% 101%
U 8 3* coupon ; 101*. 101%
I* S4s registered 114% 115%
U fl 4* coupon 115 115%
Panama is 100%
Panama 1938*' 100%
TREASURY STATEMENT
WASHINGTON, Oct. 13.—The condition of
the treasury at the beginning of business
today Was as follows: ..:... „
Trust funds— Gold coin, $808,599,669; sil- 1
ver dollars, $486,024,000; silver dollars of j
18-90, $3,530,000; sliver certificates outstand
ing, ' $486,024,000. ' ■ - ■
- General fund—Standard silver dollars ln
general fund, $4,235,839; current liabilities,
$103,366,957; working balance in treasury
offices, $30,637,200; in banks to credit of
treasurer of the United, States. $35,437,138;
subsidiary sliver coin. $17,935,410; minor
coin, $860,297; total balance In general fund,
$88,908,623. ■ ■ ■ ■
* ■ -
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 13.—Flour—Fam
ily extras, $5.6006;- bakers' extras, $5.60®
6; Oregon and Washington, $4.50
Wheat—Shipping, • $1,600 1.55. .
. Barley— Feed, 97%c098%0; brewing, $1
01.06.
Oats— $1.1001.30; white, $1.5001.60;
black, 01.60. .„__, , _
Mlllstuffs— Middlings. $840 36; mixed
feed, $25026; rolled barley .$22023; oat
meal, $4.85; oat groats, $4,35; rolled oats.
$29031. .
.Hay Wheat, $9014; wheat and oat, $0
012.60; oat, wild, $70 9; oat, tame, $9®
18.50; alfalfa, $7013: straw, $35000. •
- Receipts— Flour, 6943; wheat. 5005; bar
ley. 18.310; oat*, 2245; beans, 13.889: S»rn,
665; potatoes, 4675; onions, 1970; bran,
215; hay, 790; hops, 100; hides, 660; wine,
63,900. * ' ' '
Bean*—Pink, $508.85; lima, $4.7504.85;
small white, $3.7503.85; large white, -$3.75
03.85.
Potatoes—Oregon Burbanks, $1.40; Salinas
Burbanks. i $1.4501.60; Merced Sweets, 20
2 I-**- " . . ■ r
Onion* —Fancy, $I.lo;'common, $1.05.
Various—Green peas, 4 06c: string beans,
3 050; egg plant, 40060 c; green peppers.
40060 c; tomatoes. 25©75e; summer squash,
60*8850; garlic, 2%03%c; cucumbers, 100
Tie.
Poultry—Rooster*, old, $508.5; roosters,
young, $5.5008.50; broilers, »mall, $303.50;
■broilers, large, $3.6004; fryers, $4061 hens,
$5 010; ducks, old, $60 7; ducks, young, $8
©10; geese, $203; goslings, $203; pigeons,
young, $1.500 •'
METAL MARKETB
NEW YORK. Oct. 13. Standard copper
firm; spot and October, $12.30©12.45; No
vember and December, $12.30013.60; Janu
ary, $13.60® 12.66. London firm; spot, £57;
futures, £67 16s 3d. Arrival* reported at
New York today, 84 S tons: custom house
return* »how exports of 8016 tons so fa"
this month. Local dealers report a firm
market. Lake copper Is quoted at $12.75®
18! electrolytic, $12.62% 12.75; casting,
$12.37%®13.62%. •:-■-■
Tin unsettled: > spot. $37® 33: October,
[email protected]; November, $35.130036; De
cember, $35.85036.62%. London strong;
spot., £165 10s; futures. £160.
■ Lead quiet, $4.4004.50, New York; $4.25
04.80, East St. Louis. London soot, .£l3
18s 9d. - '- '.. »..,,.
Spelter quiet, $8.6005.60, New York; $6.35
#5.40, East St. Louis. London spot. -33
17s Sd,,-
Iron. Cleveland warrant*. 49* 8d In Lon
don. Locally Iron was quiet; No. 1 foundry
northern, $16.15018.85: No. 2, $15.60018;
No. ■ 1 southern, and No. 1 southern soft,
$16.76016.25. ,
NEW YORK COTTON-
I Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 313 West Fifth street, Los Angeles. \:v
NEW YORK, Oct. Yesterday's strength
In Liverpool and New Orleans was reflected In
our opening, prloes advancing 20 points above
Tuesday's close. While some little Irregular
ity took place, a strong undertone was main
tained and the closing, while not at the top,
was well above the finals of Tuesday.
Quotations ranged as follows: I ':■■• —Close-
Open. High. Low. Bid. Ask.
January ........... 14.90 11. 14.80 14.84 14.85
February 1.. ...... '....* 14.90 14.92
March 16.00 15.10,14.95 14.97 14.99
April ...,..,?-.;... ..... 18.01' 16.03
May '.". 16.10 . 15.18 15.04 16.06 15.07
June 15.08 15.03 15.03 i 15.02 : 15.04
July 15.07 16.14 ; 16.04 18.05 15.00
October 14.88 i 14.85 14.75 14.73 14.75
November 14.80 14.82 14.78 14.76 11.78
December I 14.82 14.93 14.75 14.79 11.81
Spot cotton, 14.90; Arm, 15 points higher.
Liverpool cotton closed 22 to 28 points up on
near and 18 to 15-14 point* higher on,distant
months. -■ ,»•' "' '
COFFEE AND SUGAR
NEW YORK, Oct. IS.Coffee closed
Steady, net ,ii points lower to 12 points
higher. Bale, reported of 60,600 bags. Oo
tober and November, $8.80; December, $8.83;
January,- $8.93; February, $8.94; March,
96; April, $8.95; May, , $8.98; June, $9;
July, $9.03; August, $9.03; September, $9.04.
Spot coffee steady; No. 7 Rio, 'lie: No. 4
Santos. 11%@12c. ....__._.,
Ml coffee-quiet; Cordova, 11 [email protected]%c.
Sugar—Raw firm; muscovado. 89 test.
$3.40; : centrifugal, 96 .' test, , $3.9; molasses
sugar, $3.15. steady. ./V/h^ ■''1
Refined sugar steady.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 14, 1910.
FINANCIAL
LOS ANO___S. Oct. • 13.—Bank clearing*
were $4,109,082.50, an increase of $1,026,601.01 as
compared with the amount for the correspond
ing date of last year. Following is a compara
tive statement: •■_,_•''
1910. ' 1909. 1908.
Oct. 10 $2,576,463.50 $2,221,628.75 $1,802,835.69
Oct. 11 2,863.158.77 2,835,177.73 1,987,61,1.94
Oct. 18 «... .*...,'
Oot. 13 4,109,082.50 3,082,481.19 2,112,709.78
•Holiday. .
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Price* continue to advance and the sessions
are dally very lively. Mexican common again
took the lead and moved Up rapidly to 38%, at
which price lt remained arm. It Is reported
that the big contract with Waters-Pierce com
pany was closed yesterday. Consolidated Mid
way also was very active, showing a gain of
half a point on th* day's trading. Other stocks
were all along the same line. United Oil
shows a gain of 5 point*, and It 1* freely pre
dicted that this stock will go to 90 in the next
ten days. ,'
Half of the regular call, which lasted fif
teen minutes over time, Manager Parson* held
an auction for the Times sufferers' benefit Soon
to be held at the Auditorium. A H. Woolla
cott bid In the first scat for $21; from that
th* prices ran down to $10 per seat, at which 1
price some twenty were sold, and the balance ,
of forty-five seats allotted to the exchange 1
will be sold privately In the next twenty-four '
hours. . The first three seats sold brought
843.60, S. H. Ellis buying the first two after
Mr. I WoollaeoU'* at $22.50, and the broker*
vied with each other to see who could pay the
highest price or take the most seats. Joseph
Ball took he' highest number, three at $10
each. Numbers of other broker* took two at
that price.
- •-> MORNING
10 Associated Oil Co 44; 10,000 Cleveland Oil
2%; 6000 do 2; 1000 do, buyer 30, 2; 3000 Cali
fornia Midway 66; 2000 do 64%; 1000 do 64%;
1000 do, buyer 30, 66%; 14,000 Consolidated
Midway 24; 12,000 do 23%; 12.000 do 23%: 8000
do 23%; 2000 do 53%; 2000 do, buyer 80, 24; 10
Mexican Pet Ltd common 36.75; 10 do 37.25;
M do 37.37%; 10 do 87.60; 90 do 37.76; 50 do 88.26;
70 do 38.60; 60 Union 106; 10 Union Prov Co,
150; 40 Mexican Pet Ltd pfd 71; 1000 Oleum
Dcv Co 4%; 2000 do 4; 10 Am Pet Co com 59.
' AFTERNOON HALES
10 Associated oil 43.62%; 8000 Cleveland 2:
4000 do 2%; 8000 do 2%; 8000 do 2%; 10,000 Con
solidated Midway 23%; 3000 do 23%; 1000 do,
buyer 80, 24%; 200 Cal Midway 64; 2000 do 64% I
8000 do 64%; 3000 do 64%; 1000 do 64%; 2000 do
54%; 7000 do 63: 1000 do 55%; 1000 do 65%; 4000
do 65%; 1000 do 65%; 1000 do buyer 30, 54%;
1000 do do 55%; 1000 do do 56; 10 -Union 105.87%;
30 Mexican Pet Ltd com 38.62%: 200 do 38.50;
40 do pfd 71; 5 Union Prov Co 106; 8000 United
76%; 600 do 75; 1000 do, buyer 30, 78. . . '
BANK STOCK- ' ..'•'
•i.-X-, ': Bid. Asked.
All Night and Day Bank 40.00 126.00
Bank of Southern Ca1if0rnia......... . JJO. 00
li .idwav Bank and Trust 160,00 175.00
California Savings Bank.. 116.00 ......
Central National Bank £? 0.00 ,,
Citizen* National '.....'....,,.,^806,00 ; s 330.00 I
Commercial National „..,.......,150.00 .-.-v...
Equitable Savings Bank ..... 200.09
Farmer* and Merchants Nat'L.27o.oo 300.00
Ee.eral Bank of Ljb Angeles... 12.50
First Notional 485.00 .....
German American Saving* 815.09 840.00
Globe Saving* Hank " ISO.OO
Home Savings Bank of _. A...116.00
Merchants' National 560.00
National Bank of California ...190.00
National Bank of Commerce ...105.00 .....
Security Saving-, Bank 300.00 376.00
The Southern Trust Co 72.60 18.00
(60 per cent paid up)
U. S. National Bank ...".; 1-45
INDUSTRIAL , AND PUBLIC UTILITIES
, Bid. Asked.
Cal Portland Cement Co 80.00 .....
California Hospital i «5.00 BS.TO /
Edison Electric pfd ••••• T0.5Q.,
Edison Electric com 60.00 62.00
Hawaiian Com and Bug ..... 36.00
Home Telephone pfd 36.12% 32.25
Home Telephone com .., 4.70 6.60
Hutchinson 8 P- Co 15.00 .....
1. A Athletic Club ; 10. »
L A Brewing Co •••• l<" ,uy
I, A Investment Co 3.15 , .....
Mexican National Gas com .... 17.00 38.00
Paauhau.S PCo »M 24.00-
Pac Mutual Life Insurance C 0.290.00
Pac Con Stone Co of Cal.. 4.90 .....
Pasadena Home T and T Co 35.00
Riverside Home T and T Co s,_>
San Diego Home T and TCo : 18.00.,
Santa .Monica BUT pfd 20.00
Sun Drug Co '■ ;••••/ -.*•'"
Seaside Water Co ■■_■■■ 100.on
Title O and Tr Co pfd 275.00
Title I and Tr Co pfd 176.00
Title I and Tr Co com 176.00
Title I and Tr «er C "?■*?..
U B_ D I and TCo pfd *•»?* .....
Union Security Corp pfd ..... 300.00
Union Trust Co ..... 30.00 33.00
Whlttler Home T and T Co / 00.00
OIL STOCKS
PRODUCERS- - Bid. Asked.
American Crude Oil C 0....... ■•»'<•
American Pet Co M •••"■ 980°
American 1 *__ Co con- i"• '■'■ 68.50 ......
Associated Oil 43.62%, 44.00
Brookshlre Oil ■.........:.■ ;; *••?
California Midway Oil C 0....... 65% ■;■■
Central .'. ..•••' -r*.< " "' o ; u ,
Cleveland Oil Co .....02% '«,
Coalinga Central Oil Co , »■-•".
Columbia ••••' • • '"i™. '24
Consol Midway Oil Co .23%. •?»
Continental Oil •'••• .'nn - -
Enos oil Co I ' uu ■•'".
Euclid*- Oil Co .' w
Fullerton Oil " ' ■*
Globe • ...... °* -15
Globe „7
Jade Oil Co ••• ■" ;:■;■
Mexican Pet Ltd pfd ; 71.00 71.25
Mexican Pet Letd com.. 38.50 33.75
New Pcnnsyl Pet »...! 40 .....
Olinda Land Co (Oil) ;•• -68 -6a
Palmer Oil Co I-* '-jl
Perseus Oil Co. < I(| ' uo
Pinal Oil Co •••"• lUA"
Piru Oil _ L .Co _ •*>■ •••'•
RIM Ranch 0Co.:::::::::::::: »:« mil
Trader's Oil Co ■■■ =]=^ »$ .
Union ProVident Co 105.00 105.50
United Petroleum r, •• ">•■"!
United Oil Co ; • rlf^-M
Western Union .'. ■•• 1-'"v •
NON-PRODUCERS- ,;r,. ,1 , .' -
Oleum Development Co ...; 03% ■ .us
'BONDS ■ -;'"- ■"•;___
»-.-< Bid. Asked.
American Petroleum Co " 80--■: 90
Associated Oil Co 94% »•>*
Corona City Water C 0........... »» , ;
Corona Power and Water C 0.... .. 10-
Cucamonga Water Co ; " "■.
Edison Elcc Co Ist R »5 »J
Edison Elec Co old Issue 103 108
Home Telephone Co ............. " g
Home Telephone Co Ist rfdg.... ; ; 67 _ «
Huasteoa Pipe Una •• -j™
L A Pao Ist con mtg* '_
It A Pac By general con ""
L A Pacific Ry Ist rfdg ■■ «. - ■■■»» "
L A Railway C 0... J™ jJJ
L A Traction Co 6* *» y ™
It A Traction Co 6*^. — }<>\t. ™
Mexican Nat'l Oa* G0... •- ™
Mission Trans and R Co ]"_
Pao »leo Ry Co ■■■ '"" ,^
Pac tight and Power C 0........ : 96 -.. , 100
Pasadena Home T andlT C 0... . .. . 80
Pomona Con .Water C 0..... ... *™»
Santa Monica Bay HT C 0..... ... ™
Santa Monica H T and TCo .... ?j%
San Diego H T and T Ist mtgs - . „ »
Temescal Water Co »»'» "-
Union Transportation Co ....... 90 •_ 92_
U B Long Distance T and TCo .. 75
Vlsalla Water Co ••••"•••' :„,» iA
Whlttler Home T and T C 0..... 70, 90
DAILY MINING CALL
:: N*' a,e'- LISTED STOCKS '^
CALIFORNIA- Bid Asked.
Cal Hills M C 0........ «A -]» m
Consolidated Mines Co ■■ •■"
val » —
*;i CHICAGO LIVE STOCK j
"CHICAGO.* Oct. 13.—Cattle— Receipts es
timated at 7000- maret steady to strong;
,'_?« .4 75®8 75 Texas steers. $4.25«
X-- western steers. $4.16©6.76; Mockers
_„•_' fet-eU $8.40®67|; cow. and heifers,
,^fo^Rece?p 1 t.e,,i.tm.te_ 1 13.000; mar
y ?.°___^- light $8 50®8.75;- mixed. $8.30®
A- heavy• IS 20®9! rough, »5.20®8.40;
go'oU tJXlc.'h.av? iM-™ Pig-. »B.=S®
VgSP&S&a e 8; _S_-A_t 30.000; mar
itet steady? 'native. $2.50®4.45; western.
_S.tai.tll'- yearlings. [email protected]; ; lambs,
native! $4.40®7; western, $4.75®6.90.
NEW YORK EXCHANGE
CHICAGO, Oct. 13.— -Exchange on New
York, par. '.. ' \ ____ ' '■'. -
. You can buy U. perhaps at many place*. bW.
£_£_£-_£_ plac* to "_; It-ana that
place advertise*.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
*)«. 212 West Fifth' street, Las Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board
o ftrade, stock' and i bond exchange of San
Francisco. ■'■>''*„• - -,',
SAN FRANCISCO, -Oct. 18.— Following were
the closing quotations:
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS— . Bid. Asked.
Alameda Artesian W Co Cs .. > 100
American River Elec Co 5s 01% 94
Associated OH Co 5s 94% .. '
Bay Counties Power Co 6s 101% „
Cal Central Ons and Elec 6s.'. 101
Cal Qas and Eloc gen MACT 55... 93- .. -
California St Cable Co 6a 101%
California Wine Association Es 86 00 '
City . Electrlo Co Ea 87% 89
Contra Costa Water Co 6a 96 09
do gen mtg 6s 98
Edison Elec Co of I, A 5s 90% ...-
Edison Light and Power fis ...... 107
HI I dv Pont do Nem Pdr 4%S 81% 83 .
First Federal Trust Co 5s 101% it
Ferric* and Cliff House Ry (So 100
Hawaiian Com! and Sugar 85...,.101 103
Lake Tahoe Ry and T Co 5s 1"6
Los Angeles Elec Co Bs. 08 .. ;
Los Angeles Gas and El Co Bs 97%
Los Angeles Gas and Elec Corp 6s 97% 98
Los Angeles Railway 5* 106
Los Angeles Lighting gd 5s US
L A Pao It R Ist 808 mtg 5s 101% 102
L A Pac R R of. Cal 6* 100
Marin Water and Power Co 55...100%
Market Street Cable 6* 105
do Ry Ist cons mtg Bs. 93
Northern Ry Co of Cal 5s 110%
Northern Cal Railway 6s .. Ml
Northern Cal Power Co Bs 102%
Northern Cal Power Con 65........ 94%
Northern Electric Co Bs 92%
Oakland Gas Light and H 5s 100 ..
Oakland Transit Co 6s ....'. 108
Oakland Transit 5s .. 105
Oakland Transit Con 85..... .. 104%
Oakland Traction Con 5s 97%
Oakland Traction Co 5s 91% 95-
Oakland Water Co gtd r.i 92 95%
Omnibus Cable Railway 6s 106%
Pacific On* Imp 4s 82
Pacific Electric Ry Co Es 100
Pacific Light and Power Co 85.... ... 97%
Pao Light and Power gtd 85......100 102
Pacific Tel and Tel Co 5s 98%
Park and Cliff Bouse Ry 6s ....100 ..
Park and Ocean R R 6* 100 ..
People's Water Co Bs 65 65%
Powell Street Railway Us 90
Sacramento Elec Gas and Ry 55...103
San Joaquin Let and Power 5s 96%- ..
S F Oak and San Jose Ry 5s 104%
do 2d mortgage 5s 80 •
3 F Oak and R .7 Con Ry M 96
s J & Santa Clara Co R R 4%5.. .. 85
Sierra Ry of Cal 6* 106
H P R R of Cal 6s 1912 .102'
do Ist c gtd g 5s 116 ■
S I' Branch Ry of Cal 6* 122% . .. ,
8 P B R Co Ist rfdg 4s 95%
Stockton Gas and El Corp 6* 106% . ;. «i •-■
8 V Water Co pen mtg 4s 90%
United Gas and.Eleo Co Bs .. 100
trrfltM'R R of S ,F _.;.,',....'..... 67% ,'./..
Valley Counties Power Co 58...,'...i100 -...
WATER STOCKS-
Slicing Valley Water Co 49%
GAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS—
City Electric Co 62 ..
N Cnl Power Co Con SO M
Oro Water L* and P Co 61 63
Pacific Lighting Corp pfd 76%
do common 68
INPURANCE STOCK*- ..", '. I: .. ' ,„'v
California insurance Co *'"»«
Fireman's Fund "••*'*„ »i;
Pacific Coast Casualty Co ........155% 175
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS-
California ;• «*
Presidio ; 25 32«
POWDER STOCKS- „ ' '..,_
i: I dll Pont de Nem pfd 83 ■ M_
do common >-14« '™
Giant Consolidated Co 85 w
SUGAR STOCKS- . *
Hawaiian Coral and Sugar C 0.... 84 - 35_
Honokaa Sugar Co ..\ v. '3% ••
Hutchinson Sugar Plantation ...... 16%
Kllauea Sugar Plantation Co 12 ■■
Makaweil Sugar C 0...... " , 35
Odomea Sugar Co 4-% ■■ <•(
Panuhau 8 P Co 22_ ••
OIL STOCKS—
Amalgamated Oil Co. ■• »o
Associated Oil 43%, •■
Palmer OH Co •• *-80 1-40
Sterling OH and DJV Co 2 .%
West Coast Oil lifd "I
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS-^ ■ . •" '. '■;
Alaska Packer*' Association 87 89
Cal Fruit Cannere' Association ..,.101%, _.
Cal Wine Association , 30 3S
North Alaska Salmon Co ...._ 12?
Pad Auxiliary Fre Alarm '•"," »
Pacific coast Borax Co "155 ( .. ,
Pac Tel and Tel pfd ...:....'. ■■ g
do common ■ "_ ™ .
Philippine Tel and Tel Corp 23% ■•
Morning .alea-8000 ■ B Valley 4* 90%: 70 Asso
ciated Oil 43%; 1* NO Cal Power Co 60; 26
Hawaiian 34%. :';".,■' , m .
Afternoon sales-4000 So Pac ref 4s Hi WW
Oakland Traction <'" 6» 92; i'" Northern P.y
En 11054- 5000 People's Water 5s 65; 15 Asso
rted Oil *S%! 2000 Hutchinson 16%; 35 Pad
Light pfd 76%. • •■■;--
i _ • _ —
Citrus Fruit Report
CARLOAD SHIPMENTS OF
! ;:!.:^ CALIFORNIA FRUIT
|l ' ;■ org*. Lem. TH. «>'
.. Wednesday, Oct. II - *4 » :!; I
l^eaU o.^..^^ 401* ».«.!
| T ra °. dtt,e . .^SLIS. 600. _M«f|
•<•'.«■*•*■*•< -*'**•? ■*■•'• • • 4>*<* <«x«:^,,4^« > j
. NEW YORK
NEW YORK. Oct. 13.—Five care »old.,
Market very strong, higher. Clear and cool. ;
VALENCIAS—OId Mission fy. Chapman,
$8.15: Old Mission, eh, Chapman, 87.66; Gol- j
den Eagle, ad. Chapman. S6.IS; Lady Ho- j
,wena,' Chapman,. »4.K5; Scepter, b 8 Ex,
55.70J -Planet. 8 S Ex. 85.70; Red Shield,
A C G Ex. $3.35; Green Crown. AC 0 \ Ex.
82.75; Butterfly, Covin*. Ex, $3.45; Teal,
,Covina Ex, $3.30; Signal, xf Stewart I Co,
$8.20; Mayflower,' Stewart F Co, »0.30, Pil
grim, Stewart F Co. $5.70.
BOSTON
BOSTON, Oct. 13.—Three car* sold. Clear
and cool. Market strong and higher.
VALENCIAS— Quality. S -T No'dhoff.
$4.05; Squirrel. A H Prenda, $3.85; Orchard^
or, National O Co, $5.40; Campfire, B T
Nordhoff, $4.05; Prairie Chicken, AH
Prenda, $2.35; Standard, »d. National O Co,
GRAPEFRUIT— Squirrel, seedling, $4.16.
'...':V! PITTSBURG ''/'■'•
PITTSEUR-, Oct. 13.—One car sold. Mar
ket firm on good *tock orange*. Favor-
VALENCIAS—Pet, B■.A __ $3.80. -^ ■■■.
VALENCIAS—Pot,. B A Ex, $3,80.
. — *.*■
FRUIT MARKET
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 13.—Fruits-
Fancy apples, 50c; common, 30e. :' '
BerrleV-i-Strawberrle*. $4®S; huckleber
ries. • [email protected]; raspberries, * *4®«- . ..„
Grapes— 9«[email protected]; Muscat. 40c
©1-75. *. -'' ■-.'•-"' ■' '
Pears—Common, BOo; fancy, 750. './'.;'
—Common, 75c; fancy, $1.-5.
—Common, sc; fancy, 760. (*
Pomegranates, 60c®51.50.
Persimmons, - 75c® $1.25.
Quince*, 60®75c. , ■___,
Orange*— $5.5004.
Mexican limes. $6.50®7. ___.„
■ Lemon*—Common California, $3; fancy,
'6Watermelons, $1®2.25; nutmegs,
7Sc®sl.2s. -..'■< • ■• _-. -
Tropical fruits—Bananas, 75C®$3,
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
; NEW YORK, Oct. Evaporated apples
—light i demand, but as stocks are small,
prices are steady. Spot fancy Is quoted at
10c; choice. »%©9%e; prime, B®B%c; com
mon to fair.-614 07 ■ _'
Prunes—Firm for the small sires. Quo
tations range from [email protected] lor California*
up to 30-40S and 614®9!4c for Oregons from
Apricots' quiet but steady, with small of-
Apricots quiet but steady, with small of
ferings Choice, 11%®13c; extra oholee.
12HM13C;- fancy, 13%@11c,
- Peaches dull, but there ia less pressure
to soil and prices are steady. Choice 7®
7%c; extra. choice, l®B%c; fancy, 814®90.
•_' Raisins >In r small' demand and prices un
changed. i Loose muscatels are Quote dat
5 1-4®So for 12.t0 -t crown; choice to fanoy
seeded, a%«Bc; seedless, SO So; London lay
ers. $1.20® 1.35. :s*afißßSa___^', •
COOL WEATHER GOOD
FOR PRODUCE BUSINESS
Many Dealers at the Watsonville
ifv; Apple Show-Onions Are
Easier in Market
Observance of the day of atonement and
absence of many of the wholesalers and I
Jobbers on the Jaunt to the apple show at ]
Watsonville gave the produce market a very
quiet appearance yesterday. Nevertheless
a large volume of business was transacted.
Attendance at the call session of the ex
change was light. There were no Import
ant price changes.
An easier market was developed In onions,
despite the cold weather.
Sweet potatoes were In strong demand
and the price was marked up to $1.60®
1.76.
Butter, eggs and cheese steady.
Jobbers are putting out new walnuts and
almonds to the trade and consuming de
mand 1* beginning. Prices for walnut* this
year being nearly as high as those for
almonds, it Is expected that the sale* of
almonds this year will be particularly large.
Almond* are firm on this account.
New Persian dates left the Persian gulf
October 1, and probably will be delivered t
here In time for the Thanksgiving trade.
While order* are being taken to arrive, no
prices have yet been named.
The supply of fish was sufficient to meet
the demand.
Produce receipts Were: Egg«, 86 cases;
butter, 111,411 pounds; cheese, 2936 pound*;
potatoes, 800 sacks; onions, 680 sacks; sweet
potatoes, 405 lack*; apples, 3669 boxes.
PRODUCE PRICES
Following are the official prices of pro
duce to retailer* a* compiled by the Market
Reporter:
EGGS—Local ranch, candled, 4 sc; do case
count, buying price, 41c; eastern fresh, 85c;
eastern storage, packed extra, 3^c; do, stor
age seconds. 27c. ■;'
BUTTER— Selling price to trade, IH*
higher; California creameries, extras, 35c;
do firsts, 3^c; cooking, 23c; ladle, 25c.
CHEESE—Northern fresh, 17%® 18c; lo
cal, 18c; Oregon Daisy. 18% c; eastern
singles, 19c; do Twins, 18 %c; eastern Daisies
19c: eastern Long Horns, 19%®200; eastern
Cheddars, 20c; imported swiss, 32c; Jack,
19c; domestic swlss, 310140; cream brick,
19c; limburger, 19c; Roquefort, 38Sj Edam,
$8©8.60; Canadian cream, box, $I.'
BEANSNo. 1 pink. $6.60; No. 1 lima*.
$5.25; No. 1 Lady Washington, $4.50; No.
1 small whites, $1.50; No. 1 blacker**, 16.10;
No. 1 Garvanza*. $4.50; No. 1 California
lentils, $7.
POTATOES—Highland, cwt., $1.1B©1.40;.
local Burbanks. $1,251 Salinas, $1.75; yel
low sweets, ll.SOa 1.75.
ONIONS—LocaI yellow Danver*, $1.600
1.75; northern, $1.8001.75; do Australian
browns, $1.5001.73; local, $1.6001.75; local
silver skins, lug box, $1; garlic, 7c lb.
FRESH FRUITS — Apple* — Belletleurs,
$101.10; -4% tier, 90c; Pearmalns, white
winter, 4-tlcc, $1.23; do red. <%-tl*r, |ii
Fall Pippins, 4-tler, $1; Jonathans. Califor
nia, $1.65; 4%-tler, $1.35; Baldwin, 4-tlor,
$1.66; 4%-tlec. $1.25; Greenings, 4-tler, $1.84;
Spitzenbergers, 4-tler, $1.60; 4%-tler, $1.35.
BERRIES —Strawberries, per i basko*, 8e;
raspberries, per basket, 10c; blackberries,
pec basket,* 9fl>loc; cranberries, bbl., $9.50.
CITRUS FRUlTS— Grapefruit. seedless,
$3.75; seedlings, $2.75;, lemons, $405; Val
encias oranges, $104.60.
TROPICAL—Bananas, lb. 4©4% c: Fard
dates, lb.. 10013 c; golden date*, lb., !c;
alligator pears, doz. $3.5004.50; pineapples.
lb., 6 0 To. ■
MISCELLANEOUS — Local cantaleupes,
crate, $2.50; Casabas, crate, $1.50; figs, box,
$1.00; Muscat grape*, lug box, 75c® $1.35;
peaches, per box, 75c®$l; Bartlett pears,
j $2.75 box; plum*, crate, $1.50; prunes
I $1.50; quinces lug box, 90c; watermelons,
1%®2%C lb. ' I *
VEGETABLES— Northern artichokes, do*.
$1; green asparagus, 15c lb; bell pepper*, lb
[email protected]; beets, do*, bunches, |6o| cabbage,
! sack, 75085 c; red cabbage, 8c lb. carrots,
doz. bunches; 25c; cauliflower, crate, $1.25©
■1.50; celery, crt.. $2.2502.50; cucumbers, box
50c; green corn, box, 800 65c; corn husks,
lie; egg plant, lb., lO4CI horseradish, lb.,
25c; okra, 6c lb.; lettuce, crt., $1.25; peas,
S-ir^c lb.; parsley, doz., 25c; northern straw
berry rhubarb, box, $1.75; spinach, doz., 20
ttr 35c; sprouts, 12% c; summer" squash, lug
box, 25035 c; young onions. Dos„ 20c; tur
nips, doz. bunches, 20c; tomatoes, 25©50 c;
yellow, 760.
PRUNES-30-403, 8010 c: 40-50s. 9010 c; 60-60*.
8®8c; 69-7t)s, 7c: 80-90s. 6%c; 90-10Os. «c.
RAISINS — 2 crown, loose, 50-lb. boxes,
3%c lb; 3 crown, do. 4c; 4 orown, do, 4%c;
London layers. 2 crown. SO-lb. box, $1.15;
do, 3 crown, $1.25; do 4 crown, $1.60; Sul
tanas, bleached. 6®7c lb; unbleached, 40
5c lb; seeded raisins, 16 oz. pkgs, 7c; do, 12
oz 6c. ,
NUTS Fancy IXL almonds. 17% c lb; bra
zils. 14®15c lb; coeoanuta, 90c; filberts, 14c
lb; pecans, XX, 15c; do XXX, 16c lb; east
'< crn peanut*. 7®7%0 lb) do Japan, 6%c;
! plnenuts, 18c: No. 1 assorted walnuts. 16c;
. do budded, 18c; eastern popcorn, cwt, $3.00,
I do local, $3.50.
„*• RlCE—Fancy Honduras (Carolina) $6.75
cwt; choice Honduras (Carolina) $606.50;
Japan grades, $3.7504; Island, $5.50;
broken, $3.50. , I
* HONEY—White water extracted. 9c lb.
do white. B%c; do light amber. 8c; comb,
water white. 1-lb flames, 18c; do white. 17c;
do light amber, 14c; beeswax, 30c lb.
LIVE STOCK — Packers pay f. o. b. Los
.Angeles for beef steer*, s_-5%c; beef heif
ers, 4%©Be; beef calves. 5%06c;. mutton
wethers, I $5.5006; mutton ewes. $506.50;
i mutton lambs, $3.6003.79; hogs, lie.
POULTRY—Turkeys. . live, 250260 lb;
large hens 4 lbs. up, 19c lb; do small. 3%©
' 3% lb*. 17c lb; broilers. 1 to 1% lbs. 17c lb;
friers. 1% to 3 lbs. 17c lb; roast chicken,
i 18c lb; ducks. ISo lb; geese, lie lb; squabs,
! $1.50 do*; old roosters, So lb.
CHILI —Evaporated, strings, 30c lb; green,
j4c lb; chili tepins. 7Sc lb; Japan, Ho;
ground, Be. ,
HAY (baled) —The following quotations
furnished by the Los Angeles Hay Storage
Co. — Barley, 812.50014.60; tame oat, ton,
$14016.50; alfalfa, ton. $13.50014.50;
wheat hay, $14015.
MILL FEED— Bran. 11.65: whole corn.
$1.76; cracked corn, $1.80; feed meal, $1.86;
rolled barley, $1.15; oil cake meal, $2.50;
shorts, $1.80; Kaffir corn, $1.75; white oat*.
$1.88; eastern red oats. $2.25; wheat, ori
j ginal sacks, cwt. $1.90; wheat, 100-lb.
sacks, $1.95.
FLOUR AND FEED . yU^
Following are the wholesale price* for
flour and feed as quoted by the Qlobe Grain
and Milling company, Los Angeles:
FAMILY FLOUR
A-l flour, per barrel 16.00
A-l flour retails at 31.70 per V. and i
90c per % sack.
Globe flour, per barrel* I 16.20
Globe flour retails at 11.85 per , ',
I and SI Per Mi sack. :
Silver Star flour, per barrel $6.20
XXX flour, per barrel $4.60
Eighth barrels 20c per barrel higher.
BAKERS' FLOUR
Globe flour, per barrel $0.40
Eastern graham flour, per barrel , 6.40
Eastern whole wheat flour, per barrel.. 8.40
Eastern rye flour, per barrel 6.00
Baker*' A-l flour, per barrel 8.60
Bakers' pastry flour, per barrel.....". 5.10
MEALS AND CEREAL GOODS, PER 100
POUNDS
S lbs. 10 lbs. 25 lbs. 60 lbs.
A-l flour 53.70 $3.50 $.... $....
Pastry flour 3.60 3.30
Graham flour ......... 3.20 3.16 3.10
Corn meal, WAY 2.70 2.50 2.45 2.40
Whole i wheat flour .... 3.30 3.25 3.20
Rye flour 3.70 3.65 8.60
Cracked wheat 3.80 3.75 3.70
Farina . .. ' 3.80 3.75 3.70
Wheat flakes, per sack of SO lb* $1.70
do per bbl. of 125 lb*, net 4.50
ORAIN AND FEED
' . •. 100 lbs.
Wheat. No. 1 »1.80
Wheat (100-lb. sack), NO. 1..... 1.85
Corn JJB
Cracked corn • l.'S
Feed meal l.'S
Rolled barley 1-15
Seed . barley l.'O
Shorts. . 1 1-80
Eastern Wlllo Wcharcoal 2.00
Small yellow corn l.'S
Alfalfa meal IJO
Bran, heavy 1-So
Oilcake meal S-S0
White oats »•••
Rye •ed ••• »•••
Egyptian corn, white 1-85
Scratch . food «•»
Granite' grit • -JO
Chlck.-feed « '•■J
Cracked . wheat , • *•»»
clam » then ...'.". ..,,........"......<...•"
; Oyster shell ,-:.." • ' -M
First F.rrtnslve | LOS Angeles OfficO 1 nomSriMll
w^'ho,,... I Hotel Alexandria g »>l"6Wt
■__________»- v- 212 West Fifth Street «s_____-_-___i
ss, J.C. WILSON "SI
Palace Hotel B . G . LATHROP, Manager Winter
I Correspondents HU———■—■—__—S
Harris, Winthrop & Co. I «7&'_ ra
New York. Chicago. Pari*. London. | of Trade.
CLEARING H OUSE^BANKS__
2nam_ -~~~-~--— -~» OFFICERS
U' ; — —— "~ ~ ISAIAS W. HELLMAN. President,
nited States National Bank f. w. smith, cashier. ; •
Capital, $200,000.
8. E. corner Main and Commercial. • Surplt and Profit*. $73.000. —
" " T ET"J WATERS. President.
itizens National Bank wm. w. woods, cashier.,,
Clt $1,000,000. President
itizens National Bank wm. w. woods, cashier.
Capital. $1,000,000.
S. W. corner Third and Main. Burplu*. $500,000. .
; m ', ~~~ " W. A. BONYNOE, President.
ommercial National Bank newman essick. cashier.
Capital, $200,000.00. ..,-„»,
(01 K. Spring, corner Fourth. Surp'us & Undivided Profits. $47.000.01
F-, '. ' , -r, "i I. W. HELLMAN, President
farmers ft Merchants National Bank cha^t *- a skylkr, cashier.
m> Capital. $1,600,000. _„
Corner Fourth and Main. Surplus and Profit., $1,800,000.
F" '_; ; , _ , " J. M. ELLIOTT, President
irst National Bank w. t. s. hammond, cashier. ,,
Capit.'. stock, 31.260.000
S. B corner Second and Spring. Surplus and Proflts. $1,636.000.
_T_ ; — : 7~_l i W. H. HOLLIDAY, President.
|S erchants National Bank chap oreene. cashier.
11l 8. E. comer Third and Spring. Burplus $200,000. __ „ $880,061
S. E corner Third end Spring. Surplus snd Undivided Proflts. $860.808
;"' . „ ', . _ „, . ~" J. E. F. HBURN, President. ',-,-;,
•tional Bank of Calnornia h. s. mckee. cashier.
Capital, $500,000. _*__!_ „„»..
N. E. corner Fourth and Spring. Surplus and Undivided Proflts. $130.080
C— '— .. _ , ' a. F. 30MBRO, President,
antral National Bank james b. gist, cashier.
Capital, $300,000. ___,
8. E. edVner Fourth, and Broadway. Surplus and Undivided Profit*. S3-.001
— — _. —— WARREN OILLELEN, Presidmt. „
roadway Bank & Trust Company a. w. redman, cashier.
' Capital. $250,000. __,*_.
308-310 Broadway, Bradbury Building Surplus and Undivided Profit*. $347.001
LO. ANGELES SAVINGS BANKS , __
n_sCTj-gi rgrg r i
BANK.
Largest and Oldest in the Southwest
K«*ourc«. $29,000,000.00
r.T* the hlghe.l rate* of -.«««•* _-• •« «>• »-* Ut>*»l *»™» co_Ust_rt _tt_
••and. conservative banking. ,
Largest and Best Equipped Safe Deposit and Storage
Vaults in the Southwest. ' > f. ';
Security Building Spring and Fifth Streets _
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CHICAGO GRAIN
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, member of the Chicago board of trade,
New York stock exchange and San Francisco
bond and stock exchange, 212 West Fifth street,
Los Angeles. ,-',.. .;".•..'. t
CHICAGO, Oct. Contradictory reports
from Argentina made higher wheat price!
early, but failed to sustain values. Borne of
the Argentina cable* said that rains ln the
north had been Inadequate and had come too
late, while others reported crop making good
progress under favorable conditions. Cash
wheat was weak and slow of sale at outside
markets, Minneapolis and Milwaukee reporting
in.' mills to close at the end of the week.
Northwestern buyer* were out of the Kansas
City market, and cash wheat there was carried
over unsold. It has been increasingly evident
today 'that wheat ha* been coming on sale on
all the bulges, and there ha* been Increasing
weakness nil around. Winnipeg market was
even weaker than th* American markets, and
there was no Indication of Interest abroad In
North American wheat. Northwestern stocks
have Increased about 1,400,000 thus far this
week. Dry weather reported In southern Kan
sas and Oklahoma.
The corn market made some show of firm
ness early, because of the strength of wheat
but there was later Increasing weakness A
new low level of prices for the crop was estab
lished today. There was considerable covering
of short December wheat early, which gave
much support. After the shorts were.eat ailed
the market gave Way, being aided in the slump
later by the break in wheat. •■ ;•• ■■_ -.
Oats-were heavy from the start. Tho cov
ering of considerable lines early In the week
left the market without support when a few
of the shorts attempted to put their lines out
again today. Some of the cash concerns sold
oats today in the pit. Eastern demand waa
very poof.
Provisions were higher most of the day, al
though not retaining all of the gain. The lat
ter was due to very good buying by short*
and to scarcity of offerings. Local longs Un
loaded on the bulges today.
MARKET RANGES
WHEAT— : Open. High. Low. Close.
December $ JM -90% $.94% $.94%
May"......... 101% 1.02% 1.00% 1.00%
f_Yy ::::::: .97% .97% .«s%- .96%
CORN— „ „., .„,
December 4814 .4814 .47% .47%
May TV... -Bt .61% -60% .6014
July 61% .61% .61 .61;
December .81% M% .* -31
May 81% ■_ .3114 '31*
juiy ::::::::;;:: .34 .34 .m -33%
PORK- _ ■
Octooer .....*.*••• »•«•• -■' i(.»o
January ';.'.'.".'"" I'.'w i?'« 17.80 r 17.30
May -L. 16.05 16.6714 16.60 16.60
Number" 11.C2V4 11.6714 11.6214,11.65
January ... .... 10.80 10.65 10.60 10.6214
May' 10.05 10.10 ; 10.00 10.0214
October". 10.7314 10.7214 10.70 10.70 _
January ....».» 9.32_ 9.35 9.2714
':......" 9.2214 9.25 9.27* 9.20
Cash quotations were a* follows: _
Flour steady; No. 2 rye. 76®77H0; feed
or mixing barley. [email protected]; fair to choice
malting, 71i_7Sc; flax seed. No. 1 South
western. $2.52' A; No. 1 northwestern,
$3.6514; timothy seed. $6.501.. 8.50; clover.
$8-ff 14.60; mesa pork, per barrel, »18.»0
18 50- lard, per 100 lbs.. $12.70; short rib*,
sides (loose), $10010.75; short clear sides
(boxed), $11.251.11.50. '
Total clearance* of wheat and flour were
equal to 401,000 bushels. Primary receipts
wet* 2,389,000 bushels, compared with 1,
--382,000 bushels the corresponding day. a
year ago.
Estimated receipt, for tomorrow; Wheat.
127 cars; corn. 320 cars; oat*. 237 cars;
hogs, 11.000 head,
Dally movement of produce:
Article*— Receipt*. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 76,300 83,600
Wheat, bushel* 152,400 34'!'^
Corn, bushels .516.000 344,000
Oats, bushels 687,600 75"'I??
Rye, bushels 8,800 1.500
Barley, bushel 20,800 .78,400
COTTON AND WOOL
ST. . LOUIS. Oct. 13.—W00l unchanged;
medium grades combing and clothing. 23®
340; light fins, 19®21c: heavy fine, 15©
17o;'tu<b washed, Si©ISO.
NEW YORK, Oct. IS.Cotton closed
steady, with last prices showing a net gain
of 14 to 19 points for the day.
Spot quiet, 15 points advance: middling
upland*. 14.90 c; do gulf. 15.15 c. Sales. 800
bale*.
Future* closed steady. Closing bids: Oc
tober. 14.730;. November, 14.74 c; December,
14.79 c; January. 14.8401 February. 14.90 c;
March. 14.9701 April.' IB.Olo; May, 15.06 c;
June, 15.02 c; July, 16.05 c.
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I FACTS AND FINANCE
of the
California Oil. Industry
. Written and Compiled
Br WILLIAM A. WILLIAMS.
Editor California Oil News and Digest.
Expressly for i
ATLANTA OIL CO.
This Edition is Limited—Get a copy
with the Compliment* ot •
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GRADUATES WILL ASSIST
PRINCETON SONG COMPOSER
NEW" TORK, Oct. 13.—A committee
of Princeton graduates here Is rais
ing a fund to be used for the support
in his declining years of Prof. Karl
Langlots: of this city, composer of the
music of "Old Nassau," the great
Princeton song. For many years Pro
fessor Langlota was a teacher of piano
music in this city. Frederick Evans
of the Princeton club of New York
lias been designated as custodian of
the fund for the aged composer.
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
BAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 13— Butter-.
Fancy creamery, 36c; seoonds, 32c; fancy,
dairy, 29c." -.' - . ,
Cheese —Now. 17c; Young America; 15140.
17c. ...--.-
Eggs—Ranch, 45c; store, 42c.
CHICAGO. Oct. . 13.—Butter—Bteady;
creameries, 24®25c; dairies, 233170.
Eggs—Steady; receipts 3082; at mark,
cases included. IS %® 21% c; first-., 24c;
prim* firsts. 26c - -
Cheeae—Steady: Daisies. 15H©1S%«S
Twin*. ll**® Young Americas. 14 he;
Long Hums. is lie,
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