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LATEST FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL REPORTS
U.S . STEEL FLIES,
BUT COMES BACK
Large Caliber Dealers Operate at
High Price of 80 1-4
but Suffer Relapse
BOND PREMIUMS IRREGULAR
Sharp Break in American Smelt
ing Has Unsettling Effect
on Ground List
(Associated Press)
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.—A shrinkage
In the total transactions in j the stock
market, coupled with a marked rise
in the proportion of the dealings in
United States Steel, had some connec
tion with the feeling of suspension en
gendered toward the market opera
tions in that stock.
The price was lifted at one time to
80V4, which is higher than It has, been
since April last. The individual trans
actions at that level pointed to an
almost exclusive participation by op
erators of large caliber. The burden
of realizing sales at that point also
aroused doubts of the prosperous* prog
ress of the movement for the rise.
The general list moved closely in
sympathy with United States Steel,
the day's transactions In which the |
stock reached 189,900 shares out of a |
total for all stocks or 539.100 shares.
The dealings in Union Pacific and i
Reading combined were less than the
dealings in Steel. In a stiarp relapse j
Steel fell back, final prices being lit
tie changed, on the day. The day ,
subtreasury statement showed $6,442,- '
000 of cash withdrawals from the
banks for the week. There was an-]
other $1,000,000 in gold engaged for ex
port to Canada. Money on call in
New York was held down to 3% per]
cent or below, in spite of the near ap- I
proach of the November requirements. j
A sharp break in American Smelt
ing was an unsettling influence on
the ground list. Criticism of a finan
cial plan reported to be in contem
plation for the adjustment of relations
with the subsidiary of the Smelters I
Securities company had a depressing
effect on the stock. '■
Bonds were irregular. Total sales, j
par value, $1,454,000. United States ]
bonds were unchanged on call.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
ton, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board |
of trade, stock and bond exchange or San
Francisco.
NEW YORK. Oct. 28.-Following were the
quotations today:
Bales. Stock. High. Low. Bid. Ask.
Allls-Chalmers 9 10
100 do preferred M 34 32% 33 ■
15,200 Amalg Copper .... 69& 69 69% 69%
400 Amer Beet Sugar. 37% 37% 37 Bfti
do preferred S3 94
1.200 Amer Can Co 10 6% 9% 10
1,100 Amer Can Co pfd. 75% 75 74% 75
700 Am Car & Fdry .. (m% 64 . 611, 64%
do preferred 113 11144 I
300 Amer Cotton ■ Oil. 66% «6Vi 66 ti«U
Amor Ex 240 2 l
700 Am Ice Securities 20 18% 18 18%
100 Amer . Unseed ....12% 12% 12 12%
do preferred 32 35
100 Amor Locomotive. 41 ' 40% 40V4 40%
1(10 do preferred ....106% 106% -105 106%
35.900 Am Smlt & Rfs .. Sl'.i 79Vi 80% »i%
„ do preferred 105% 10<S%
2,600 Amer Sugar 11914 118 118% 119
do preferred .. 115 11814
500 Am Steel Fdrs ... 49% 49% 49% 49%
2,700 Amer Tel & Te1..141 140',,. 110% 140%
Amer Tob'pfd 93% 94
Amor Woolen 32 33
do preferred .. 0515 97
200 Anaconda ...43 41% 41% 41%
200 Atlantic C Line ..US 117"i ÜBVi 119>/i
4,400 A T & Santa 104*4 104 Vi 10414 104V4
400 do preferred ....102"4 101% 101% 102%
1,100 Bait & Ohio 10914 103% 109 10914
do preferred 90 91
3,400 B R T 75% 77% 77% 77%
1,000 Canadian Pacific..l9B% 198 198% 198%
1.700 C & O 83 82% 82% 83
C & A 30 43
C & O W 24 24%
do preferred 48 49
I.BOOC AN \V 180% 149% 149 149%
1,100 0M& St P 126% 125 126% v::,<:,
. do preferred .. 148% 149%
1.100 Central Leather .. 35% 84% 34% 35 .
do preferred 105% lOli
Cent of N J 275 285
300 C C C& St L 74% 73% 72 73%
do preferred .. 99 110
300 Colorado F & 1.... 35 3414 34 3414
do preferred .. 108 110
1,000 Columbus HC & I 5% 4% 4% 6%
200 Colorado Southern 60% 6074 60 61
100 do Ist preferred.. 70% 76% 76 70%
, .. do 2d preferred.. .. .. 74 7."
6,400 Consolidated Ga5..138 137% 13714 137%
300 Corn Products .... 17! i 17 17 17%
do preferred 78 80
100 Del & Hudson ...169% 169H 169 170
D L & W 497% 600
2,700 D & R Q 34 32% 32% 33
100 do preferred .... 76 76 75 76
400 Diamond Match .. 96 95 95% 96
100 Distil Securities .. 32% 32 31% 32
Duluth 8 8 & A 12% 14%
200 do preferred .... 24% 23% 23% 24%
1,100 Erie 30% 29% 29% 29%
1 800 do Ist preferred.. DO 49% 49H 60
1 ... do 2d preferred 37% BST4
800 General Electric..ls7% 166 165% 166%
1700 at Northern Ore.. 89T4 69% 69 69%
2000 Northern pfd..127% 127% 127% 127%
»no Illinois Central ...132% 13294 132% 133
V 3 500 Interboro-Metro .. 23 22 22% 22%
8 200 do preferred ....69% 67% 65% 68.%
209 Internat Paper ... 13% 13 13 13%
do preferred .* 55 65%
' Internat Pump 42% 43
do preferred .. - 82% 83
200 lowa Central 19% 19% 19 19%
100 do preferred .... 35 36 34 85
200 X C Southern .... 32% 32% 32% 33
do preferred .. 66 67
L E & West 18 20
,; do preferred .. 41 49
600 & N 146 145% 145% 145%
Mackay 82 93
do preferred 74 75
200 Manhattan 14214 142% 142 142%
200 Mexican Central .. 33% 33' 33% 33%
•. Minn &St L 29% 31%
do preferred .. 60 64%
4,400 MStP &S 8 M..136 133% 135% 133
do preferred 148 150
100 M X & Texas .... 35 35 34% 35
do preferred .. 65 67%
1,100 Missouri Pacific .. 65% 64% 64% 55
100 National Lead .... 59% 69% 69% 59%
100 do preferred ....106 106 105 106%
....... National Biscuit 110 112
do preferred .. .. 123
700 Nevada Con 30% 20 20% 20%
...NT Air Brake... .: .. 77 78%
4,300 N T Central 117% 110% 117 117%
.... NYC& St L 65% 67%
.... Flo Ist preferred 106% 110
. do 2d preferred 88% 93
". .. NTN H & Hart .. .. 152 154%
" 100 N V Ont * W 4.1 43 42% 43
600 Norfolk & West .. 99% 99 99 99%
....'. do preferred 87% 90%
... North American 66 67
"l 800 Northern Pacific ..120 119% 119% 119%
Omaha 140 150
.... do preferred .. 160 168
... Pacific Coast .i .. 104 109
' 200 Paclflo Mall 33% 3314 33 33%
10,600 Penna R It ...132% 131% 131% 132
'200 People's Gas 108% 108% 108 108%
Plttsburir Coal 20% 21
""200 do preferred .... 71% 71 71 71%
... PCC& st l «8' 95%
'" .. do preferred 110 111
""100 Pressed Steel Car. 34 34 34 S3
100 do preferred .... 96 96 96 97
Ry Steel Springs 35% 36%
do preferred 96 105
'e^OO Reading .A 154 162% 153% 163%
.... do Ist preferred .87 II
','.'.'.'... do M preferred., •• m 85 93
1,800 Republic S & 1... 34% 84% 34% 86
300 do preferred .... 98% 98 98 98%
8,900 Rock Island Co ..34% 33%' 33% 34%
900 do preferred .... 66 65 65% 66 •
800 Sloss Shet 8 & 1.. 51% 60% 50% 61
do preferred 106 113
St L & 8F Ist pfd .. .. 59 M
700 do 2d preferred.. 42% 41% 41% 42%
St L & S W 29% 29%
do preferred 68 69%
11,500 Southern Pacific .119% 118% 119% 119%
300 Southern Railway 25% 25% 25% 25%
400 do preferred .... 60% 69% 69% 60%
1,500 Tennessee Copper. 38 87% 37% 38
1,000 Texas Pacific 28 28 27 28
4,600 Third Aye 14% 13% 13% 14
400 Toledo St L & W 27% 27% 26% 27%
300 do preferred .... 68% 68 58% 59
Twin City R T 109 112
Union Bag & Papr .. .. 8% 9
do preferred .. 55 60
79,800 Union Pacific ....175 173% 174% 174%
2,400 do preferred .... 93 92 93 93%
United Rds of 8 F .. .. 27 80
do preferred .. 57 59
U. S Cast Irn Pipe .. .. 16 19%
do preferred ..., .. .. 60 68
2,700 U 8 Rubber 87 36% 36% . 37%
do Ist preferred 110% 111%
300 do 2d preferred.. 74% 74 72% 74
191,700 U 8 Steel Cor .... 80% 78% 79% 79%
1,300 do preferred ....119% 119% 119% 119%
3.500 Utah Copper 50% 49% 49% 49%
1,700 Va-Car Chem Co. 65% 65 64% lit
do preferred 124 126
lOOWabash 18% 18% 18% 18%
2,700 do preferred .... 40% 39 39% 39%
Wells Fargo Ex 164 168
Western Union 71% 72%
1.600 Westlnghouse .. ..74 73% 73% 73%
W & L B 6% 6%
100 do Ist preferrod. 16% 16% 16 16%
do 2d preferred 8% 8%
Wisconsin Central .. .. 57 58
..'..... Am Hide A Leath .. .. 4% 5
do preferred ...... .. 21 24
600 Am Agr & Chem.. 48 47% 47% 48
do preferred 101
800 Beth Steel 33% 32 32% 32%
900 do preferred .... 60 68% 60. 61
Nat Enam & S 16 18
do preferred 84 87
200 Pac Tel & Tel ... 41% 41% 41% 41%
do preferred 93 99
600 Pullman 169 167 168 169
8.400 Goldfleld Cons .... 8% 8% 8% 8%
2,700 Int'l Harvester ...111% 110% 110% 111
do preferred 122% 123
V 8 Realty .. 69 71
' 800 West Maryland .. 48% 48 48% 48%
Total sales, 659,900 shares.
NEW YORK BONDS
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son. 212 West Fifth street, Lea Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board I
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.—Following were the
closing quotations: Bid. Asked.
Atehlson genera] 4s 98% 98%
Atchlson cony 4s ]">'. 107%
Baltimore & Ohio Ist 4s 98% 98%
I! I! T 4s 88% 83%
Colorado Industrial 5s 78% 79
U S Realty 6s 86% 87%
Rock Island col 4s 74% 76
Southern Pacific ref 4s 94% 95
Southern Pacific col 4s 92% 92%
Union Pacific 1st 1 4s 101% 101%
Union Pacific cony 49 104% 105%
I- 8 .St, .■] 5l 103% 104
United Railway 4s 66% 68
Wabash debenture 4s 67% 67%
Western Pacific 6s 94 94%
Armour & Co. 4%s 92 92%
Japanese 4s 88% 89%
Japanese Ist 4%s 94% 94%
Japanese 2d 4%s 93% 94
Southern Pacific cony 4s 98% 98%
Denver & R G ref 6s 92 92%
r s 2s registered 100% 101%
U S I's coupon 100%
U S 3s registered 101% 102%
U S 3s coupon 101% 102%
U 0 43 registered 115 115%
r 8 4s coupon 115%
Panama 2s 100% ..
Panama 1938b ..' 100%
TREASURY STATEMENT
WASHINGTON, Oct. —The condition
of the treasury at the beginning of busi
ness today was as follows:
Trust funds—Gold coin, (900,006,669; sil
ver dollars, (488,730,000; silver dollars of
1890, 53.520,000; silver certificates outstand
ing. 1488.730.000.
General fund —Standard silver dollars in
general fund, 11,106.302; current liabilities,
$113,382,462; working balance In treasury
offices. $30,827,797; in banks to credit of
treasurer of the United States. $35,705,939;
subsidiary silver coin, $17,106,801; minor
coin, $625,057; total balance in general fund,
$840,204,834.
FINANCIAL RECORD
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.—Money on call
steady at 3<g>3% per cent; ruling rate, 3%
per cent; closing bid, 3 1-4 per cent; offered
at 3% per cent.
Time loans firm and dull; sixty days. 4%
©4% per cent; ninety days, 5 per cent; six
months, 4%@5 p«r cent.
Close: Prime mercantile paper, [email protected] per
cent.
Sterling exchange weak, with actual .bus
iness In bankers' bills at [email protected]
for sixty day bills and at $4.86.20 for de
mand.
Commercial bills, $4.81 [email protected]%.
Bar silver, 65 %c.
Mexican dollars. 46c.
Government bonds steady; railroad bonds
Irregular.
« » »
BANK CLEARINGS
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.—Bradstreet's bank
clearings report for the week ending Oc
tober 27 shows an aggregate of $3,162,288,
--200, as against $3,585,694,000 last week and
$3,494,183,000 In the corresponding week
last year.
The following Is a list of the cities:
New York, $1,879,188,000; decrease, 15.S
per cent. *
Chicago, $262,365,000; decrease, 3.6 per
cent.
Boston, $174,102,000; Increase,- 8.2 per
oent.
Philadelphia, $140,585,000; decrease, 1.6
per cent.
St. Louis, 176,273,000; Increase, 3.0 per
cent.
Kansas City, $55,846,000; decrease .7 per
cent.
Pittsburg, $52,921,000; decrease. 06 per
San Francisco, $44,946,000; Increase, 22.7
per cent.
Cincinnati, $22,363,000; decrease, 8.8 per
cent.
Baltimore, $33,436,000; Increase, 6.3 per
Minneapolis, $24,149,000; decrease, 15.7
New Orleans, $21,070,000; increase, 6.2 per
cent,
Cleveland, $18,894,000; Increase, 3.3 per
Detroit, $16,202,000; increase, 13.2 per
Omaha $16,866,000: Increase, 6.8 per cent.
Los Angeles, $15,950,000; Increase. 25.7
per cent.
Seattle, $11,921,000; decrease, 20.4 per
Donver, $10,611,000; increase, 6.9 per cent.
Portland, Ore., $10,099,000; increase. 19.3
Pesau eni:ake City, $5,969,000: decrease, 12.6
'"acorns., $5,387,000; decrease, 11.2 per
CP"poltarie, Wash., $4,634,000; decrease, 2.6
per cent.
PACIFIC COAST TRADE '
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 28-Flour-Family
extras, $5.60®6; bakers' extras. [email protected]; Ore
gon and Washington, $4.55©4.50.
Wheat-Shipping, $1 12'»®1.50
Barley-Feed, $1; brewing, |1.02ViQ1.05.
Oats-Red. $1.10ff11.27H: white, $1.4501.55;
black, [email protected] .«._.—■
Millstuffs— Middlings. $34®36; mixed feed, $25
(fT*ti- rolled barley, $21.50®23; oatmeal, $4.25:
oat groats, $4.25; rolled oats, $29®31.
Hay—Wheat, $9©14; wheat and oat, $S®U.SO;
wild oat. $7W!>: tame oat, $9®11.50; alfalfa. $7
(if 13" straw, 35®60c.
Beans-Pink. $4.50®4.70; Lima. $3.55®4.80;
small white. $3.60®3.80; large, *3.6O««.8O.
Potatoes— Oregon Burbanks, $1.4001.45: Sali
nas Burbanks, $1.50®1.65; Merced sweets, $2®
Onions-Fancy, II; common. 85c.
Various—Green peas, 4®6c; string beans. [email protected]
Bo- egg plant. 40®60c; green peppers, 2i
tomatoes, 26®50c; summer squash, [email protected];
garlic- 3tf4c; cucumbers, 60®75c.
Poultry—Live turkeys. 23®26c pound; dressed,
30c pound; old roosters, $6©8.60; young, [email protected]
8 60- small broilers, $3®3.60; large, $3.5004:
fryers [email protected]; hen?, $4.50g10; old ducks, $6®
7; yuunK, ISilO: Reese, $21(3; goslings, $2®3;
young plnons, $1.5001.75.
Receipts- Flour, UWi wheat, 1200: barley,
ats. 90W; beans, 18,463; corn. 20; pota
-685; onions, 810: bran, 236: middlings, 90; i
hay 604; hops, 26; hides, 660; Vine, 66.D00.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 29, 1010.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street. Los Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 28.—Following were
the closing quotations: '
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS— Bid. Asked.
Alameda Artesian W Co Bs 100
American River Eleo Co Bs 93%
Associated Oil Co 6s 95%
Bay Counties Power Co Bs 101%
Cal Central Gas & Elec Ba 100%
Cal Gas & Elec gen M&CT 6s 98%
California St Cable Co 6s 101%
California Wins Association 65.... 87 88
City Electric Co Es 88% '""'
Contra Costa Water Co 6s »6% 99
do gen mtsr 5s 94%
Edison Eleo Co of L A 6s 99%
Edison Light & Power 6s 107
B I dti Pont do Nem Pdr 4%s 84% 88
First Federal Trust Co Bs 101%
Ferries A Cliff Houso Ry 6s 101%
Hawaiian Com'l and Sugar ...101% 102%
Lake Tahoe Ry & T Co 6s 105
Los Angeles Elec Co 6s 98
Los Angeles Gas and Eleo Co Bs.. 98
Los Angelea Gas and Elec Corp Bs 97%
Los Angeles Railway 6s 106% 106
Los Angeles Lighting gd Bs 100
L A Pac R R Ist con mtg 6s 101% 102
L A Pac R R of Cal 6s 99%
Marln Water & Power Co 5s 100%
Market Street Cable 6s 104
do Ry Ist cons mtg 5s 99 ion
M V 4 Sit Tamalpals 8 Ry 6s 102%
Northern Ry Co of Cal 6s 110%
Northern Cal Railway Bs 105
Northern Cal Power Co Bs 101% 102
Northern Cal Power Con 6s 94%
Northern Electric Co 6s -.. 92%
Oakland Gas Light & H Bs 100
Oakland Transit Co 6s 108%
Oakland Transit 5s 104
Oakland Transit Con 6s 101%
Oakland Traction Con 5s 98
Oakland Traction Co 5s 93%
Oakland Water Co gtd 5s 98
Omnibus Cable Railway 6s 106%
Pacific Gas Imp 4s 82
Pacific Light & Power Co Bs 89
do gtd 6s 100% 112
Pacific T.I & Tel Co Us 99% 99%
Park & Cliff House Ry 6s 100
Park & O«an R R 6s 100
People'! Water Co 6l 67% 68
Powell Street Railway 6b 99
Sacramento Elec Gas & Ry Bs 102%
San Joiiquln I*' * Power Bs 97%
S V Oak & San Jose Ry 5s 10«%
do 2d mtK 6s 94%
S P oak & s P Con Ry 5s 96
SJ& Santa Clara Co R R 4%s 85
Sierra ]|v of Cal 6s IOC
S P R It of Cal Us 1912 102' i
do Ist c gtd ft 6s 116
3 P Branch Ry of Cal 6s 125% 127
S P It n Co Ist rfdjr 4s 9n%
Stockton Gas & Elec Corp 6s 106%
8 V Wafer Co (fen mtsr 4s 90%
United Gas & Elec Co Bs 100
United R n of S F 4s 68%
Valley Counties Power Co Bs 100%
WATER STOCKS—
Spring Valley Water Co 48%
GAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS—
City Electric Co 61%
N Cal Power Co Con 60 62
Oro Water LAP Co 61% 62
Pacific Ughtlnß Corp pfd 76%
da preferred 68
INSURANCE STOCKS—
California Insurance Co 75 80
Fireman"* Fund 24"
Pacific Coast Casualty Co 155
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS—
California "2 ••
Presidio 25 32%
POWDER STOCKS—
E I dv Pont de Nem pfd 82 83%
do common 140 150
Giant Consolidated Co 85 87%
SUGAR STOCKS-
Hawaiian Com') and Sugar C 0.... 34% ..
Honokaa Sugar Co 12% 13%
Hutchlnson Sugar Plantation 16
Kllauea Sucar Plantation Co 12 ..
Makaweli Sugar Co 33% 34%
Onomea Sugar Co 42% ..
Paauhau S P Co " 23
Union Sugar Co »7% 70
OIL STOCKS—
Amalgamated OH Co •• 60
Associated Oil 43 43%
Palmer Oil Co "2
Sterling Oil and Dcv Co 2 ■■
West Coast Oil pfd 101
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS-
Cal Fruit Canners 1 Association ..104 106
Cal Wine Association 86 ..
North Alaska Salmon Co 120
Pac Auxiliary Fire Alarm 6
Pacific Coast Borax Co 165
Pac Tel and Tel pfd 93
do common 41%
Philippine Tel and Tel Corp 23% ..
Morning sales—looo 8 P of 1912 6s 102; 1000
Los Angeles Ry 6s 106%: 1000 Hawaiian 5s
101%- 1000 So Pac rfdg 4s 96%; 9000 People's
Water 6s 67%; 4000 Spring Valley Water 0s 90%;
"5 Alaska 87%; 60 do 87%; 50 Associated Oil
43%; 8 Cal Street Cable 125: 10 Giant 86.
Afternoon sales-3000 Northern Cal Power
101%; 1000 Market Street Ist 5s 991*; 6000 Pac
Tel 5s 99%; 26 Associated Oil 43%: 50 Cal Wine
34%- 25 do 34%; 10 do 34%; 160 do 35; 100 Ha
waiian 34%; 10 do 84%: 25 Oro Water 61%; 10
Pac Tel com 42; 5 do 41%.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.—Evaporated apples
fairly active; on the spot fancy Is nuoted
10c; choice. 8%@9 1-4 c; prime. T\@BHc
common to fair, 6H®7c.
Prunes steady, with small offerings of the
middle sizes. Quotations: 5 to 10c for Cal
irornias up to 30-40s, and 7%@9*c for Ore
"°Aprl?ou".??aay. Inactive. Choice, 12 1-4
OiaHci extra choice. [email protected]; fancy.
"pefche 3. IX moderate demand, steady;
choice, [email protected]'ic; extra choice, [email protected],
"R^sln? ®9 poor demand; easier for some
erades; loose muscatels, 5 l-4(fi>6 l-4c,
choice to fancy seeded, 6 1-4®7 1-4 c; seed,
less, s®6c; London layers, 11.2001.3 a.
NEW YORK COTTON
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles.
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.— Although today's first
cotton prices were a shade stronger than the
closing, selling was again resumed, principally
on the failure of frost to develop In parts of
the cotton belt, as predicted yesterday after
noon. This carried the active trading options
from 18 to 20 points down, at which level,
however, buying by the bull clique became
evident and the market rallied slowly The
afternoon trading was on a smaller sea and
the closing was fairly steady at slightly un
der last night's finals. to be based on a 11,-
Present prices appear to be based on a 11,
--500 000 bale crop. Some well posted and large
cotton houses here are raising their estimates
to 12,600,000 bales, based on fine weather for
the last sixty days. It Is said that frost now
will do very little If any damage.
Quotations ranged as follows: -Close
v Open. High. Low. Bid. Ask.
January 14.53 14.65 14.31 14.43 14.44
Pnhrilirv 14.47 14.48
Ma™...': 14.52 14.55 14.33 14.45 14.47
May .::::::::::::::«:a «:« ii* 14.50 14.62
■{"p® :::: urn 14.5714.3614.47 14.4s
nMoher ....14.50 14.60 14.40 14.45 14.48
November 14.42 14.43 14.35 14.38 14.40
Secember """". 14.58 14.59 14.36 14.48 14.49
Spot cotton, 14.78 c: steady, unchanged
Liverpool cotton closed 1% to 2 points higher
on near and 1% Points higher on the distant
months.
FRUIT MARKET
» AN FRANCISCO, Oct. 28.—Fancy apples.
60c- common, 30c; strawberries, $3.50®5: huckle
berries Wild raspberries. $4®«; cranberries.
|2©3; Isabella grapes, 85c«f 11.10: Muscat, 76c®
$1; common pears. 50c; fancy. 7m-: pomegran
ates 50cffl$l 50; persimmons, [email protected]; quinces,
"c®sl Valencia oranges. [email protected]; Mexican
Imes »S 50(57; common California lemons, »2;
fancy $6; nutmeg melons. [email protected]; bananaa.
75cJ$3; Smyrna figs, $2.60^3.50. _
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO Oct. 28.—Cattle— Receipts esti
mated at 2000; market waa weak; beeveß,
J4 60&7 7O- Texas steers. $3.30®5.60! western
steere $4®6.70; stockers and feeders, [email protected];
cows and heifers. 12.2056; calves. $7®10.26.
Ho«s—Receipts estimated at 15,000; market
slow s®loc off; light. $8.45®8.90; mixed. $7.95®
8 90-' heavy $7.70<5'8.80; rough, $7-70fe'7.90; good
to choice heavy, $7.D0®8.80; pigs. $8®8.66; bulk
of sales, $888.70.
Sheep— Heielpts estimated at 13,000; market
stnady nativ.-. $2.76®4.40; western, $3©4.40;
yearlings, »-50ffi0.60; lambs, native, |4.75©7.10;
western, $5®7.
FINANCIAL
1.09 ANGELES, Oct. 28,-Bank clearings
were 13,897,« M.71, an Increase of 11,304,733.06 as
compared with the amount for the correspond
ing date of last year. Following Is a compar
ative statement:
1910. 1909. 1908.
October 24...52,497,573.58 W,M8,084.89 11,625,725.62
October SS... 2,642,732.92 2,268,245.05 1,640,329.79
Od r 28... 3,227,350.22 2,323,885.75 1,887.542.81
October 27... 2,217,036.91 1,81O,248.«1 1,806,991.60
October 28... 2,997,620.73 1,692,887.67 1,342,'J1!1.78
LOS ANGELES STOCK EXCHANGE
Trading on the stock exchange for Friday
was difficult. The caller had a hard time
getting the trades together. There were all
kinds of bids on the floor for almost any kind
of shares called up, but the sellers simply
would not meet the prices offered. This indl
eated a strong undertone, and that the slight
setback which the market has had for the
last few days Is but temporary.
California Midway was an active trader and |
showed a gain on the day's trading. Consol- |
idated Midway was hardly In demand at all. j
but was fairly firm In and about 25. Cleve
land was a remarkably good trader and took a i
new lease of life, going up rapidly from 2 to |
■:'_'. and there seemed to be quite a number ,
of oidera on the floor for the stock at 2%.
The Mexicans were firm and steady, but
showed no change. Among the non-producers, j
Oleum was slightly In demand and changed I
hands to the extent of 1500 shares. United
had a backset on the afternoon call, breaking i
from 84 to 79%. There seemed to be plenty of j
stock in sight.
The bank stocks and bonds showed no !
change.
MORNING SALES
1000 Cal Midway 63%; 21.000 Cleveland Oil 2%;
12.000 do 2%; 16,000 do 2%; 2000 Cons Midway
25%; 1000 do 25; 10 Mcx Pet Ltd com 37.50; 40
Union 102.60; 10 do 102.37%; 20 do 102.25; SO do
102.12%; 30 do 102; 30 Union Prov Co 101.50;
1000 United 82; 7000 do 80; 8000 Oleum Dcv Co
2%; 1000 do 2%; 6000 do 3; 1000 do 3%; 400 do,
seller 60, 2%.
AFTERNOON SALES
3000 Cal Midway 63%; 3000 do 63%; 2000 do
63%; 1000 do 64%: 1000 do 64; 1000 do, buyer 30, '
.66; 1000 Cleveland 2%; 11,000 do 2%; 30 Mcx
Pet Ltd com 37.25; 20 do pfd 72.60; 10 Union
102.25; 1000 United 79%; 4000 do 80; 2000 do 79%;
1000 do 79.
BANK STOCKS
Bid. Asked.
All Night and Day Bank 71.00 100.00
Bank of Southern California 100.00
Buadway Bank am 1. Trust 160.00 175.00
California Savings Bank 116.00
Central National Bank ISO.OO
Citizens National Bank 220.00 SUO.OU
Commercial National 160.00 .....
Equitable Savings Bank 200.00
Farmers and Merchants Nat' 1..290.00 318.00
Federal Bank of L A 125.00 .....
First National 470.00 625.00
German American Savings 325.00 840.00
Globe Savings Ban!: 120.00
Home Savings Bank of L. A...116.00
Merchants' National 660.00 .....
Merchants' Bank & Tr Co HAW
National Hank of California ...190.00
National Bank of Commerce ...106.00 •••••
Security Savingi Bank 300.00 875.00
The Southern Trust Co 72-60 76.00
(60 per cent paid up)
U. S. National Bank 145
INDUSTRIAL AND PUBLIC UTILITIES
Bid. Asked.
Arizona & Swansea R R 90.00
Cal Portland Cement Co 80.00
California Hospital 66.00 85.00
Edison Electrio ptd 70.60
Edison Electric com 37.50 51.00
Hawaiian Com and Bug 36.00
Home Telephone pfd 22.12% 29.50
Home Telephone com 4.75 6.50
Hutchlnson S P Co 1500 .....
Li A Athletic Club 6.00 80°
L A Brewing Co lOO.i'O
L. A. Investment Co 325 »-4»
Mexican National Gas com .... 17.00 38.00
Paauhau 8 P Co 22.60 24.00
Pac Mutual Life Insurance C 0 .290 .00
Pao Con Stone Co 6.08
Pasadena Home T and T Co 85.00
Riverside Home T and T Co 22.00
San Diego Home T and T Co 18.00
Santa Monica B H T pfd 20.00
Sun Drug Co l-W
Seaside Water Co 75.00
Title G and Tr Co pfd 276.00
Title I and Tr Co :ifd 176.00
Title I and Tr Co com 17».OO
Title I and Tr ser C 178.00 .....
USLDT&TCo pfd 25.50 82.00
Union Security Corp pfd 100.00
Union Trust Co 80.00 33.00
Whlttier Home T and T Co 80.00
OIL, STOCKS
PRODUCERS- Bid. Asked.
Amalgamated Oil 27.00 40.00
American Crude Oil Co .60
American Pet Co pfd ■■■■■ 98.00
American Pet Co com 60.00 65.00
Associated Oil ••• 42.62% .....
Bear Creek Oil and M Co .30
Brookshlre Oil ■ , -™
California Midway Oil Co 6414 -64%
Central ■••• 1-85 Z.Oil
Cleveland Oil Co 02V, .02*
Coallnga Central Oil Co -75
Columbia •■ , 1 „-',,
Consol Midway Oil Co 24% .25*
Continental Oil ■••
Euclid Oil Co •»•■
fe?^;V{::::::::::::::::::: "j« B-"»
Globe 05 ■"
M^in pVd-::::::::::::: «:» t.:J>*
Mexican Pet Ltd com ::::::::::: 37.20 37.60
Mascot OH Co 1-50 4.00
New Pennsylvania Pet Co •• 1.10
Ollnda Land Co (OH) -61% -63%
Palmer Oil Co !•»> *■"
Perseus Oil Co -"
Ptnal Oil Co " 10-°°
Piru Oil and L Co Z« .....
Rice Ranch Oil Co *»
Section Six Oil Co -;■•• •»»
™»"on co :::::::;::::.».:« i^
Union Provident Co IM.OD 101.50
United Petroleum ««•» '"Hu
United Oil Co mm
Western Union euuu
NON-PRODUCERS-
Oleum Development Co 03 .<«»
BONDS
Bid. Asked.
American Petroleum Co .. 90
Associated Oil Co »4i»
Corona City Water C0...^ 93 ..
Corona Power and W Co 96 103
Cucamonga Water Co 86% ■•
Edison El Co Ist R 10
Ed Elec Co old issue .. 104%
Home Telephone Co 85 »0
Home Tel Co Ist rfdg- 73% 76
Huasteca Pipe Line .. 100
L A Electric Co »9 ••
L A Pac Ist con mtgs 104%
L A Pac Ry general con 101
L A Pacific Ry Ist rfdg ■■ 98
L A Railway C 0... 105 ..
L A Traction Co 8s M 2 110
L A Traction Co 6s 101 lot.
Mexican Nat'l Gas CO;. ■■ 100
Mission Trans and R Co 97%
Pacific Electric Ry Co 99
Pao Light & Power Co »"Vi
Pasadena Home T and T Co 80
Pomona Con Water Co 102%
Santa Monica Bay H T Co. 80
Santa Monica II T and T Co 73%
San Diego H T and T Ist mtgs - .. 80
Temescal Water Co 98V4 102 _
Union Transportation Co ■•••■•• •• 90%
II 8 Long Distance T and TCo .. 75
Vlsalla Water Co 95 ..
Whlttier Home T and T C 0.... 70 10
DAILY MINING CALL
Official sales—looo Searchlight Parallel 1.
LISTED STOCKS
CALIFORNIA- Bid. Asked.
Cal Hills M Co .04% .05%
Consolidated Mines Co 4.60 M
NEVADA- „■■■■ 01 „,,,
Searchlight Parallel 01 .01>4
COFFEE AND SUGAR
NEW YORK, Oct. 28.—Coffee futures
closed steady at a net advance of 20 to 27
points. Sales, 60,000 bags. October, $8.80;
November. $8.85; December. $8.DO; J*™*™-
J9; February, $9; March, $9.06; April, $9.06;
May, J9.08; June, $9.10; July. $9.13; Au-
Kust. $9.16; September, $9.16.
Ipot coffea steady; Rio No. 7. 10 7-8 c;
Santos No. 4. llfcc. amiiv •>
Mild coffee quiet; oordova, 11 [email protected]%e.
Raw sugar quiet; muscovado. 89 test,
$3.30; centrifugal. 98 test, $3.80; molasses.
89 test. 13.50.
Refined sugar easy.
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
SAN FRANCISCO, Oct. 28.-Butter—Fancy
creamery, »2%c; seconds, 30c; fancy dairy, 29c.
Cheese—New, 16%®16%c; Young America,
16%@16%c.
Eggs—Ranch, 61c; store, 420.
CHICAGO. Oct. -Butter— Steady; cream
eries, 24®29%c; Dairies, 18011 a,
Eggs—Firm; receipts, 2384 cases; at mark,
cases Included. 18%®21%o; firsts, 25c; crime
firsts, 270.
LOWER TONE PREVAILS
IN BUTTER MARKET
Free Offerings of Beans—Pota
toes and Cheese Show
Greater Firmness
Whilo quotations on ranch eggs advanced
1% cents at San Francisco, no change was
made by the local produce exchange. Re
ceipts were seventy caßes, and the market
was firmer than on Thursday.
Furthor weakness in the butter market
is reported In sympathy with the lower tono
prevailing in San Francisco.
Potatoes and cheese steady at present
quotations.
A weaker feeling In pink heans waa
noticeable. Car lots are offered at a lower,
price, but nrices to the trade as yet have
not eased off. The market Is Heady to
firm on other varieties of beans.
Prices were firm on grapes, figs, prunes,
quinces am! pears. A few wati
poor quality wero offered at 2 cents per
pound. Caßabas and Christmas melons are
firm at $1.50. The market Is weak on
cranberries at ISSJB.SO per barrel. With a
change in weather dealers look for a bet
ter mark'-t on cranberries and applet. A
good many pumpkins are being shipped to
this market to meet the wants of the Hal
loween trade.
There Is plenty of fish of all kinds In the
market to meet requirements.
Receipts of produce wore: Eggs, 70
cases; butter. 9064 pounds; cheese, 874
pounds; potatoes. 1350 sacks; onions. 6.0
sacks: sweet potatoes, 254 sacks; apples,
10,449 boxes.
FROnrCE PRICES
Following are the official prices of pro
duce to retailers as compiled by the Market
Reporter:
BUTTER —Selling price to trade, 2V4c
higher; California creamery, extras, 33c;
do firsts. 3^',~c; cooking. 25c: ladle, 25c.
EGGS —Local ranch, candled, 4Sc; do case
count, buying price, 44c; eastern fresh, 35c;
eastern storage, packed extra, 32c; do stor
age seconds. 27c.
CHEESE— Northern fresh. [email protected]; lo
cal. 20c; Oregon Daisy, 1814 c; eastern sin
gles. ISc; do Twins, 17% c; eastern Daisies,
18 Vi c; eastern Long Horns, lS%fel9c;
eastern Cheddars, 20c; imported Swiss, 32c;
tack, 2He; domestic swiss. 22024 a; cream
brick, 19c; I.lmburger. 19c; Jtoquefort, 3kp;
Edam, $7.501j)8.oO; Canadian cream, box, $1.
BEANS-- NO. 1 pink. $6.86© a.™; No. 1
Ltmas, 1505.25; No. 1 Lady Washington.
$4 50®4 75; No. 1 small whites, }I 5" 1.75;
No. 1 blackeyes. $6.00; No. 1 (larvanzas,
$4 00- No. 1 California lentilß, [email protected]
POTATOES— Highland, cwt., 11.1501,50;
Salinas. $1.75; yellow sweets, $1.50© 1-75.
ONIONS —Local yellow Danvers, |1.600
I 75- northern. $1.66; do Australian browns,
$1 66- local. $l.fis; local silver aklnß. lug
box, |1; garlic. 7%@Bc Ib.
FRESH FRUITS—Apples. Bellefleurs, $1.10;
4i/.-t!er, 95c; Pearmalns. white winter, 4-tier,
$126; do red, 4' 2 -tlei i. $1; fall pippins, 4-tier,
II; Jonathan.-. California, 11.(6; 4',i-tier, $1.35;
Baldwin, 4-tIT, $1.50; 414-tier. $1.25; Greenings,
4-tier, $l; Bpitxenbergeri, 4-tler. $1.60; ttt-tler,
SI H5
BERRlES—Strawberries, per basket, tat
9c: raspberries, per basket, Sc; blackberries,
per basket, 9c; cranberries, bbl., $8.00.
CITRUS FRUITS— Grapefruit. seedless.
$3.75; seedlings, $2.75; lemons, 14^6; Val
enclas oranges, $4.00.
TROPICAL—Bananas, lb.. 4c; Fard dates,
Ib., 10®13c; golden dates, lb., 7c; allgator pears,
doz., [email protected]; pineapples, lb.. 7c,
MlSf'ELlJVNEOUS—casabas, crate, $:; flgs,
box, II; Sluscat grapes, lug box, [email protected];
peaches, per box. 760®51! Bartlett pears,
$2.60® 2.75 box; plums, crate, $1.50; prunes,
$1.50; quinces, lug box. $1; watermelons,
IMQSHc lb.; Christmas melons, crate, $2®
1,16; guavas. basket, 6c.
VEGETABLES—Northern artichokes, doz.,
90c; green asparagus, 15c lb.; bell peppers, lb.,
6c; beets, doz. bunches, 30c; cabbage, sack,
[email protected]; red cabbage, 3c lbs.; carrots, doz.
bunches, 25c; cauliflower, crate, $1.25®1.50; cel
ery, cwt., $2.50; cucumbers, lug box, 40c; green
corn, box, [email protected]; corn husks. 10c; egg plant,
lb 2®4c; horseradish, lb., 25c; okra, 5c lb.;
lettuce, crt., [email protected]$l; peas, [email protected] lb.; parsley,
doz., 25c; northern strawberry rhubarb, box,
$1.75; spinach, doz., 20c; sprouts, 6c: summer
squash, lug box, [email protected]<ic; young onions, doz.,
25c; turnips, doz. bunches, 20c; tomatoes, 30®
75c; yellow, 11.
PRUNES—3<)-40s. 9©loc; 40-608, 9®loc; 60-60S,
[email protected]: 60-70 S. 7c; SO-SOs, 6%C; 90-lOOs, 6c
RAISINS —2 crown, loose. 50-lb. boxes.
3%c lb; 3 crown, do. 4c; 4 crown, do, 4Vic;
London layers, 2 crown, 20-lb. box, $1.15;
do, 3 crown, $1.25; oo 4 crown, $1.60; Sul
tanas, bleached. 6©7 c lb; unbleached, 4ii»
Ec Jt>; seeded raising. 16 oz. pkgs, 7c; do, 12
oi. 6c.
NTjTS—Fancy IXL almonds, 17Hc Ib; bra
eils [email protected] lb; cocoanuts, 90c; filberts, 14c
lb; pecans, XX. 15c; do XXX. 16e lb; east
ern peanuts, 7®714c lb; do Japan, 6Vic,
plnenuts, 18c: No. 1 assorted walnuts. 16c;
do budded, ISc: eastern popcorn, cwt, $3.00,
do local. $3.50.
RICE —Fancy Honduras (Carolina) $6.73
cwt- choice Honduras (Carolina) [email protected];
Japan grades, $5.76®4; Island, 16.50;
broken, 13.60.
HONEY —White water extracted. 9c lb;
do white. B%c; do light amber. Sc: comb.
water white. 1-lb flames, 18c; do white, 17c;
do light amber, 14c; beeswax, 300 lb.
LIVE STOCK —Packers Day f. o. b. Los
Angeles for beef steers. G®6He; beef heif
ers, [email protected]; beef calves. 6%@6c; mutton
wethers, [email protected]; mutton ewes. $5(g>6.50;
mutton lambs, [email protected]; hogs. lie.
POULTRY —Turkeys. live, 25®260 lb;
large h»ns 4 lbs. up. 190 lb; do small. 2H®
|U lbs 170 lb; broilers. 1 to HA lbs. 170 lb;
friers m to 3 lbs. 17c lb: coast chicken,
18c lb: ducks. 16c !b; geese, lie lb; sq.uat>s,
11.50 doz; old roosters, 8c lb.
CHILI —Evaporated, strings, 80c Ib; green,
4o lb; chill teplns, 750 lb; Japan, 16o;
ground, Be.
HAY (baled) —The following quotations
furnished by the Lo» Angeles Hay Storage
Co Barley, $12.50014.60; tame oat. ton,
|[email protected]; alfalfa. ton. 113.50® 14.50;
wheat hay. |14®1B.
MILL FEED —Bran. |1.55: whole corn,
II 75- cracked corn, $1.80; feed meal, $I.Un
rolled barley, $1.15; oil cake meal, $2.50;
shorts $1.80; Kaffir corn, $1.75; whiU oata.
$1.85; eastern red oats. $2.25; wheat, ort
ilnal sacks, cwt. $l.» 0; wheat. 100-lt,
sacks. $1.95.
FLOUR AND FEED
Following are the wholesale prices for
flour and feed as quoted by the Globe Grain
and Milling company.
A-l flour, per barrel $6.00
A-l flour retails at »1.70 per hi. and
- 900 per % sack.
Globe flour, per barrels ..$6.20
Globe flour retails at $1.85 per 14
and 11 per % sack.
Silver Star flour, per barrel IJ.IO
XXX flour, per barrel .$4.80
Eighth barrels 20c per barrel higher.
BAKERS' FLOUR
Globe flour, per barrel $6.40
Eastern graham flour, per barrel 6.40
Eastern whole wheat flour, per barrel.. 6.40
Eastern rye flour, per barrel 6.00
Bakers' A-l flour, per barrel 6.60
Bakers' pastry flour, per barrel 6.10
MEALS AMD CEREAL GOODS. PER 100
5 lbs. 10 lbs. 25 lbs. 50 lbs.
A .l flour $3-70 $3.50 $.... $....
Pastry flour J-60 3-30 .... ....
Graham flour 3.20 1.1! *.1O
Corn meal. W* V 2.70 1.10 2.45 2.40
Whole wheat flour .... 3.30 3.25 *.»
Hve flour • '•70 8-8» *l6l'
Cracked wheat 3.80 3.75 3.70
Farina 3.80 3.75 3.70
Wheat flakes, per sack of 50 lbs $1.70
do per bbl of 125 lbs. net 4.50
GRAIN AND FEED
100 lbs.
Wheat, (100.Wj'iMk)!"»*"i»»""» 51-30
Wheat (100-lb. sack). No. 1 1-85
Corn }'*»
Cracked corn !••»
Feed meal }•}»
Rolled barley I.U
Seed barley I'"!!.'"!!!"!'.!" J.«jj
Eastern wlllo wcharcoal 2.00
Email yellow corn J-7»
Alfalfa meal J-JJ
Bran, heavy J-5S
Oil cake meal 2-"
Whit, oat »•«
Rye seed *•«»
Egyptian corn, white !•••
Scratch food 2-i"
Granite grit •}•
Chick feed ?'"
Cracked wheat »••»
Clam shell .." , ■?;
•»»iter shell *-18
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Private I Hotel Alexandria | M'la Mina
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Mills Bldg. Jl 111 ffILUUII During
Palace Hotel B . G . LATHROP, Manager Winter
■MCSMaMKEaoBCiiMM Correspondent ■■■■■■ililaßßßi
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Exchange. | New York. Chicago. Tarts. London. f of Trade.
CLEAR]NGJjOUSEJANKS . ._
Xl^lE OIFICKTt-S ___
F. _^ , Iw. HELLMAN, President,
armers & Merchants National Bank charts keylkr. cashur.
Capital, 11.800.000.
Corner Fourth and Main. Surplur and Profits, $1.900.000.
F- — ; —— • J. M. ELLIOTT, President,
irst National Bank w. t. s. hammond, cashier.
Caplt : stock. $1,260,000.
3. E. corner Second and Spring. Burp:■.:.! and Profits, $1.625,000.
ITS " 71 '. TT! 7" ~~ W. U. HOLLID:\Y, President.
erchants National Bank chas breene, caahi.r.
Cc :tal. $200,000. ....««.
If I S. B. corner Third an.l Spring gurnlusjn.ljrndlvl.led Profits. $«li 0.00«
■'a ; r-=r ; ._. ,-." r~ —~ jT^E. FISHBURN. President.
Motional Bank of California h. a mcKjkh;, cashier.
m Capital, J500.000. ,«~,«m
|V H. E. corner Fourth and Spring, Surplus and Undivided Profits. 1200.0 M.
G— ——— ;— — — aF. ZOMUHO, President.
entral National Bank jamks b. gist, cashier.
Capital, Jioo,ooO. -.„ m,
S. E. corner Fourth and Broadway. Surplus and Undivided Profits. nu.<X*
1- - WARREN GILLELEN, Pr««ldsnU
ll roadway Bank & Trust Company A . w. hedmak, caahur.
X Capital, .000. „„ m.
U 308-310 Broadway. Bradbury Building Su-plua and Undivided Profits. IMT.OOt
-— — —— " ISAIAS W. HEL.LMAN. Pr»«ldenU
nited States National Bank f. w. smith, cashier.
capital. 1200,000.
U S. E. corner Main and Commercial. Burpli and Profits. $78.000.
- ■ " R J WATERS. President.
ftitizens National Bank wm. w .woods, cashier.
Capital, $1,000,000.
II s , W . corner Third and Main. Surplus, >500,000. __
■ y? A. BONYNOB, Prci'ient.
flommercial National Bank newman essick, cashier.
Elommercial National Bank hbwman Bseici cashier. 147,000.01
) 401 S. Pprlng. corner Fourth. SuTa'Si' ft^UmdlvTded Profit.. $47,0 M.M
LOS ANGELES SAVINGS BANKS
S~ECURITY
Largest and Oldest in the Southwest
source. $29,000,000.00
Four per cent Interest on Term deposit.; 8 per cent on Special (ordinary) deposit!.
Largest and Best Equipped Safe Deposit and Storage Depart
ment in the West
Security Building Spring and Fifth Streets J
jSuiiiMußAl
-Bi» "" THE. BANK WtTM'THKt—^Sg"l
AT EFFICIENT SEMVIC£ V 7
£ JTPRING ANA FOURTH STS. W
Qt^^HSliHi«£' t.*'T-Ji"'11*1 i— .mi ,asj
HARNESS 3. i. J; S.X 'street. SADDLERY
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, 312 West Fifth street,
Los Angeles.
CHICAGO, Oct. 28.—Downward, dragging
tendency has been seen all day In wheat, de
spite the ralles made In the other Important
Brains. The market has at no time been as
high as close yesterday, although several larse
local speculators. M on every preceding morn-
Ing this week, boUKht freely on the early dip
In values. There has been only moderate pres
sure on the swells, but the shorts have shown
little fear and It has buen uphill work for the
bulls. The ranks of the latter have been
somewhat depleted by the evident parting of
company of wheat and the other grains to
day. There were estimates here of ci-on losses
of 14.000,000 bushels in Australia from frosts
niul ,uher cause*, but the trade has ignored It.
Large shipments from Duluth today are for a
milling concern to hold in boata at Buffalo to
Corn has developed a great deal of firmness
today following a weak start. The latter whs
due "to the clear, cold weather prevailing over
the corn country, Ideal conditions for bringing
the corn to a merchantable phape. Country
sales over night were light. Export brokers
said they had stopped offering as there was
not enough response to warrant paying the
tolls. The official forecast ia for clear and
c-1.l w.-ather in corn country.
Oata opened weak with other grains, then
rallied very sharply on buying by nervous
shorta and subsequently held the advanced
ground very well. Country sales were rather
limited and cash oats aro holding up well.
The market has been fairly active and firm
all morning.
The provision trade has been rather light
today Tone firmer with some of the packers
buying January product and meanwhile sell-
Ing November lard. Fair activity In October
with 3000 to 4000 tierces traded In.
MARKET RANGES
WHEAT— Open. High. Low. Close.
December $ .9314 $ .9314 * .92* $ .8814
May 9014 .90% .9814 .9SV4
July ■."........ 96% .96% .95% .9614
D £ernbe7 4* ■<«* .46 •"*
Ma y 49 .49% .49 .49%
July " 49% .50% .49% .50%
December 31H .31% .MJ4 .31%
Ma y 34% .35 .34% .34%
July ............... 34 .3414 .34 .34.4
PORK- w J5
rv.tnh«r 17.18
January ■".'..!.... n.oo 17.15 M.95 17.05
May Z............ 16.00 10.20 15.971,4 IS.MV 4
,„ ,1," 12. 13.15 12.50 15.021,6
January . M.IT« 10.mk 10.15 10.17J4
May . 9.6714• 9.7714 9.65 9.7214
October 10.M 1100 10.98 11.00
January 9.00 9 1214 s.vm »■«<%
"ii" ............. B.SO 8.0214 8.77% 5.87V4
Cash quotations were as follows: No. 2 rye,
77c- feed or mixing barley. 56®65c; fair to
cho'leo malting, 69®73cj No. 1 southwestern
niv seed 13.63: No. l northwestern, $2.«6; tim
othy seed, $7.30©(U0; clover, [email protected]: mess
pork, per bbl.. |1T.7B©18; lard, per inn lbs.,
ii/oavi: short ribs, fides, loose, '0.87H;
short clear Fides, boxed. J10.87%@11.
Total clearance! of wheat and flour were
equal to 100,000 bushels. Exports for the week,
as shown by Pradstreefs, were equal to 3.427.
--000 bushels. Primary receipts wore 942,000
bushels, compared with 1,459,000 bushels the
corresponding day a year ago.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: 'Wheat. 47
cars: corn, 333 cars: oats, 131 cars; hogs, 7000
'"''" ' Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 27,500 33,300
Wheat bushels 09,600 81.4C0
Corn, bushels 278,200 154.800
Oats, bushels 0.'""1 281.700
Rye bushels 3,000
Barley, bushels ;••••.■■•■ m-m 300
Citrus Fruit Report
SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA
SHIPMENTS OF FRUIT
O, Urea. Lent. Til. *
. I ].nr,,lu>. Oot. 27. 8 « II •
.. Total in date tliix
... iMMoa 25,i83 8745 80,08* •
■•> Tntiil lo »ame <l«te
I Ib«I sea«m . .SI.SM 6149 ;i:.690 >.
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NEW yc>uk
NEW YORK. Oct. 28.-Seven enrs «o!d. Also
one car lemons. Valencia* fairly linn, With
Stockholders' Meeting
The First Annual Meeting of the
Stockholders of the CROWN OIL
COMPANY will be held at Fillmore,
Ventura County, California, Monday,
November 7, 1910, at 10 o clock a. m..
for the election of a Board of Directors
for the ensuing year and to consider
any business which may properly coma
before the meeting.
By order of the Board of Directors.
C. B. WALSWORTH, Pres.
WAY C. WEST, Secy.
Oct. 25, 1010.
111,1,1 .. for good trunk*.
rarellnej ba««.
tp "-—[Hr^S F^Q/U «a Ann ••*•
lilt (fW) G.U.Whitney
iabllshed and most reliable trunk manolaav
taier. Btare and factory. 83* Sooth Malm.
25,000 SHARES
or the Capital Stock at
Mutual Home Bldg. Corporation
Now offered at $1.20 per share.
803-208 UIGGIXS BUILDING.
Shoes Half Price and Less
Over two hundred blr display bariaua
tables are displaying ahoe> for men, waaaa
and children, on sale In many Instances tea
half price and lea*. Convince yourstU *ac)
tool to the _ ,
MAMMOTH BHOK IKIU6B.
■19 Month Broadwar. '
easier tendency. Lemons firm on good stock.
Clear and cool. Valencias— Mission, fy,
Chapman, $7.80; Old Mission, eh, do, $6.70;
Golden Eagle, sj, do, $5.10; Lady Rowena, do.
J4.05; Orchard, or. National O. Co., $4.33;
Standard, sd, do. $3.50; Lotengo, fy, Sparr
F. Co., $4. 50; Crackshot, or. do, $4.20; I'.luo
Banner, Pioneer F. Co., $2.95; Pride of West,
do, $2.20; Butterfly, Covina Ex.. $4.55; Artesla,
$3.10; Setter, A. H. Ex., $3.90; Prairie Chicken,
do, $2.90; Pointer, A. C. O. Ex., $3.80; Hunter,
do, $2.70. Naralimo, or, Sparr F. Co.,
■7.80; Circus, xc, $6.60; Moon, $5.70; Circus,
$5.75.
CINCINNATI
CINCINNATI, Oct. 28.-Cold, snowing. Mar
ket steady. One car Valenelas, on« car lem
ons and two cars Florldas soli. Florida
Brlghts, $1.50 to $2.20; Russets, $1.50 to $2.15.
Valencia*— O. K. Ex.. $3.45. Lemons-
Pet, S. A. Ex., $7.05; Greyhound, "do, $6.15;
Duck, do, $5.10.
riur..u>Kr.rniA
PHILADELPHIA, Oct. -Three cars Val
encias and one car lemons sold. Also three
cars Florldas. Oranges, $2.95 to $3.90, average
$3.50. Oral rult, 12.55 to 1.10, average $3.20.
Valencia.*—Squirrel, A. H. Prenda, .$3.25; Bet
ter, do, 12.00; Tustln Gem. Tustln P. Co.. $«;
Honest Pack, do, $4.60; Old Oak, eh, do, 14.40;
Pride of West. $3.05; Quail, O. K. Ex., $8.75;
Coyote, do, $6.05; Blue Jay, do, $5.05.
CLEVELAND
CLEVELAND, Oct. 28 {fine car Valencias,
one car lemons sold. '% ket very strong.
Cold, snowing. Valencli*-Mt. Lowe, $4.50;
Our Beauty, U.tt. Lemons—Watchumna, Cen
tral Cal Ex., Lemon, $5.15; Lemon Cove, C. C.
Ex., $6.90; Justasgood, do, Lemoncove, $5.65.
St. ions
ST. LOT'IS, Oct. 28.—Cold. Market strong
011 Valenolas. Valtmclaa—Planet, S. 8. Orange,
$5.15; Searchlight, do, $4.30; S3 brand, do, $3.20.
BOSTON
BOSTON, Oct. 28.—Three cars »old. Raining.
Market easier. Valencia*—Victoria, A. 11.
Cnfi 8., $3.55; Lincoln, do, $4.15; Navi, - do,
jjj. Pointer, A. C. O. Ex., $4.95. i.enionv—
Key.' S. T. Fernando, $8.85; Tunnel, $7.15.
PITTSBURO
PITTBBUKO, Oct. 28.—One car sold, Cool.
Market steady. Valencia*— Scroll A. 11. Arl..
$1.93; Palm Tree, do, $XSO.
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