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LATEST FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL REPORTS
STEEL AND U. P.
DEALINGS PROBED
Heavy Shrinkage in the Volume of
Stock Handled Causes
Official Inquiry
UNEASY FEELING IS REMOVED
Shifting of Activity Indicates New
Leadership in Wall St.
Movement
(Associated Press)
NEW TORK, Nov. 18.—There was a
heavy shrinkage today In the propor
tion of. the dealings in United States
Stool and Union Pacific to the aggre
gate Volume of the market. These
stocks, together with Reading, fur
nlHhod the modium for concentrate-!
speculative operations which had be
come so conspicuous as to arouse spec
ulation. The discussion had become so
insistent as to come under official in
vestigation today by the Initiative of
the brokers concerned.
The absence of any official cpnauro
had the effect of removing Komo of
the uneasiness which had begun to de
velop.
The growing ease of the money
market wan an effective factor In fa
vor of the advance In price*. The
average of the day's call loan rati foil
below 3 per cent.
The reports from the banks today
on the week's currency movement d's
closcd that receipts had outrun Hhip
ments on the interior movement to the
extent probably of over $3,000,000, While
the withdrawals on subtreasury opera
tions amountod to only 11,040,000. There
Was a further decline today in the pri
vate discount rate in London.
Reported buying of copper in the do
mestic market explained the strength
of the copper industrials.
The shifting of the principal specu
lative activity to Reading and the re
vival in the. Rock Island Issues were
supported to point to a shift In the
personality of the leadership. Renewed
rumor of a coming Increase in the
Lehlgh Valley division figured in the
movement.
Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par
value, $2,350,000.
United States :.onds were unchanged
on call.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Special service to Th« Herald by J. C. Wil
son, 213 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber Now York stork exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.—Following -were the
quotations today:
Bales. Stock. High. Low. Bid. Ask.
Allls-Chalmers 8 10
do preferred 324 34
8.000 Amalg Copper .... 70% 6894 70% 70%
2,400 Amer Beet Sugar. 38% 38% 38% SSV4
do preferred .. 92 94
1.400 Amer Can Co ...; 10% 10 - loti 10%
3,200 l.i preferred .... 7714 76 7% 77%
-00 Am Car & Fdry .. 64% 6414 64% 54%
100 do preferred ....114>i 114% 114 116
800 Ajmr Cotton Oil.. 64 64 64 64%
flo preferred 100 101V4
Amer Express 230 250
.CM Am Ice Securities 18% ,18 18',i 1874
400 Amer Linseed .... 13 • 13 12% 13
MO do preferred .... > 33% 33% 344
1,400 Amer Locomotive. 40% 3D * 39% 40
do preferred 105 107
5,500 Am Smlt & Rfg .. 81% RO% 81% ll*
200 do preferred ....106Vi 106% 106 106%
Amer Sugar 117% 119%
do preferred 116% 117
300 Am Steel Fdrs .... 4774 47% 47 48
1,800 An Tel & Tel ..142H 141% 112 142V4
100 Amer Tob pfd .... 94% 94% 95% 96
Amor Woolen 3414 34%
100 do preferred .... 93% 93',, 93 93%
200 Anaconda 42 42 42% 424
100 Atlantic C Line ..119 119 11914 120
2,600 AT & Santa Fe..104 103 10374 104
300 do preferred ....100% 10074 10074 1014
100 Bait & Ohio .. 107% 107% 107 107%
do preferred 90 914
8,400 B X T 77% 77 77% 73
1.800 Canadian Pacific..l9s% 196 IMU 196%
2,400 C & O B»T4 t/;4 83% 83%
C& A • •• 30' 40
800C.&QW 23% 23% 2.1% "74
400 do preferred .... 47% 46 47>i 4S
700 CA N W »...14714 117 14714 11715
4.300 C M & St P...? 1...124% 122% 123% 124
do preferred 147 140
1,300 Central Leather ..34% 84 34% 35
100 do preferred ....10674 105T4 105,4 106,4
....... Cent of N J .. ■• 275 285
300 CC<:& St L 67 66% 6674 69
.....'. do preferred 68% 110
2,500 Colorado F & 1... 36 3474 35% 36
do preferred 110 116
Columbus HC* 1.. .. 3% 6%
300 Colorado Southern 60 69% 69% 60%
... Flo Ist preferred 75 . 77
„, do Id preferred 73 77
"s.aoo Consolidated Ga5..136% 13*4 136% 136%
.... Corn Products 16% 167»
.. .. do preferred 78 80
100 Del & Hudson ....169 169 169 170
DI. & W •• 500 575
700 D & R G S3 S3 33 83%
100 do preferred .... 74 74 73% 74
200 Diamond Match .. 91% HI 91 91%
4,000 Distil Securities .. 34 83 3374 31
100 Duluth SS & A.. 12 12 12 13
.. do preferred 21% Z4V»
4 600 Erie 3074 80 80% 31
iiooo do lit preferred.. 49% 48% 49 49%
200 do 2d preferred.. 37% 37% 37% 3774
100 Oeneral -Electric..ls4 164 153% 154%
600 Qt No Ore x-d 600 60% 60% 60>,i 60%
1,700 Gt Northern pfd. .124% 123 123% 124
ion Illinois Central ...133 133 133% 135
2,900 Interboro-Motro ... 21 204 21 21%
1,200 do preferred .... 66% 65% 66% 66%
Internet Paper 12!* \\ <♦
... do preferred 66 6814
5.300 internat Pump ...43% 42% 43% 4374
100 do preferred .... 84% 84% 84% is
100 lowa "Central 20% 20% 20 21
100 do preferred .... 36>4 »3 30 354
000 C Southern .... 33% 33% 3374 34
do preferred ««4 67
LE A West 16 20
do preferred ..::::.«% iv% *' i«%
300 1. &PN W 146% 1« 1«H
<U KU) >■ Hum •• •• m9 ITL "2
"•• 5 -ioM danh^ri.::::ii2 i« i %* 75 %
■■"inoManhHtl.m 142 142 1404 1414
200 Mexican Central.. 36% 3014 36 3614
...;.. Minn &St I 27 204
""200 M dSt preferred M.'J35% 134% 134% 138
" 200 M St P & S a M..135V* 1344 134% 136
... do preferred 146 149
BOOM X 4 Texas 34 34 8414 34%
do preferred . "44 ™
200 Missouri Pacific .. 51 50% 51 514
National Lead „. 5S 69
:; do pfd x-dlv Mi .. ..■ 106% 108:
National Biscuit 110 111%
....... do preferred 130% 124
1,600 Nevada Cons 20% 20%. 20% 2074
N T Air Brake 73 74%
4.000 N V Central 114% 112% 114 11414
700NTCAStL, 67 «4 65% 67
do Ist preferred 108% 118
do 2d preferred .. 89% 93
NYN II & Hart. .. „. 15274 1534
'■' 200 N V Ont & W 43% 4274 43% 43%
100 Norfolk & West .. 98% 98% 98 9a%
....••• do preferred .. 83 93
100 North American ..66 "65 65 66
1900 Northern Pacific... 116 114% 115% 116
Omaha 140 150
... do preferred .. 160 170
Pacific Coast 102 110
300 Pacific Mall 80% 30 30% 31
7OoPenna R R C 0.:..1304 1294 130 . 130«
«00 People's Gas 10*% 106% 106% 106%
200 Plttsburg Coal .... 21 804 20% 21
: .... do preferred 71% 72
PCC St L .. 96% 97%
do preferred 113 1164
800 Pressed Steel Car! S3 32% 33 33%
100 do preferred .... 96 96 964 96%
....... Ky Steel Springs 34% 36
do preferred i '■• '97 ■' 99
10.200 Reading ...........184% 151% U154 184*
do Ist preferred .. .. *fti 8"
do 2d preferred ■• 96 97
700 Republic I A 1... SS .1.1% 34% 36 ,
100 do preferred .... 97% 97% 97% 97%
26,400 Rock Inland Co .. 34ii »2% 34 34%
2,nno do preferred .... C 8 65% 67% 68
200 Sins., Sl,ef S * I. 62 61H 61% -61%
do preferred .., 106
St I, A W Ist pfd .. •■ «l firi
100 do 2.1 preferred.. 41% 4114 41 41%
St L & S W .. 26 27
do preferred 64 "■'.,
6,300 Southern Pacific ..118% l"'4 11794 HS%
1,200 Southern Railway. 2774 27 27H 27%
800 do preferred .... 64% 64% 64 61%
1,400 Tennessee Copper. 87% 86% 37 3714
200 Texas Pacific 26% 26% 26% 26%
1,100 Third Aye 1214 12 »# 18%
300 Toledo St L&W. 25 25 24% X
do preferred 66% "'-*
Twin City v t 108 112%
Union Dag & Pap .. .. J •
do preferred .'.'.'.'.iim 176% 178% 178%
68,500 Union PaolflO 178% 1764 IWA 17RH
400 do preferred .... 92% 92% 03 03
United Rds of SF .. .. » ™A
do preferred »W ™
U S Cast Irn Pipe .. .. »» }'*»■
„ do preferred s7 69
100 U S Rubber 36 36 36 38
100 do Ist preferred.llo% 110% 110% 111
do 2d preferred 72% 75
6!5,4O0II I Steel Cor .... 81 79% 80% M
1400 do preferred ....117% 117% 117% 117%
4,200 Utah Copper 50% 49% 60% 60%
1,500 Va-Car Chem Co.. 63% 63% 63 63%
.. . . do preferred „ 12<),, »"
4*o bash 17% 17-4 J 7* "
1,600 do preferred .... 37% 86% 37% 87%
Well. Fareo Ex.... .. 16s *«
200 Western Union ...72 71% 71 W|
Westlnghouse '"JJ '' -
W*T« X •• ™ .!™
".'....' do Ist preferred " «/»
... do 2d preferred • 'J , SJJ
' 100 Wisconsin Central 60 60 59% 60%
• 100 Am Hide * Leath 4% 4% 4% 7
800 do preferred .... 24% 23% 24% 85
Am Agr & Chem .. ■• *»* *■>
::::^ B^ p« r?£r a..::::ji« m a 8
100 do preferred .... 61 61 60% 61
1,100 Ooldfleld Cons ..••»*» 8 TO «*
100 Intl Harvester ....113 113 11216 ")
do inferred 1-°* >-' *
Nat Eiiam & Btm .. •• " «
do preferred .... .. « »J 8n
600 Pac Tel &-T«l .... 45% 45 44% 45%
do preferred JJ **
Urs nß noebuck":::.m.,i 176% 176% 179
Ty g jipn,lty • •
■■■"200 West Maryland ..46% 48% 46 47
Total sales, 395,600 shares.
NEW YORK BONDS
Special service to The Herald by ,T. C. Wll
son, 212 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber' New York stock exchange. Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
NEW YORK, Kov."T«.-FoHowJn»! vrtT' .the
ringing quotations: »'«• Mx°, a:
Atchlson general 4s MJ* 98 4
Atchlson oonv 4s l««Vi I"'!*
«,,ltlmore & Ohio Ist 4s •• ■«
BRT 4s «4 «
Colorado Industrial .5s '< '„
it i Realty Bs JgJ I}*
Rock Island col 4s JJJJ ■'*
Southern Pacific ref 4, 94?. 94..
Southern Pacific col 4s m *•'
Union Paciflo Ist 4s 101 m%
Union Pneinc cony 4s 106 10514
It S Steel 53 « "L
United Railway 4s «« »'»
Wabash deb 4s "J* »•'
Western Pacific 6s 9314 93%
Armour Co 4%» •■ g*
Japanese 4s JJ% 89*
Japanese Ist 4% »♦ JJ 1*
Japanese 2d 4% «* J*™
Southern Paclflc cony 4s 96% »7
Denver & It G ref Bs ■• »Vi
II SZs registered 100% 10
US 2s coupon }W% 101%
II 811 registered 101% W2H
US 3s coupon }«% 02')
II S 4s registered U» "^
U S 4s coupon »l°»
Panama 2s J™2
Panama 1938s 100^
NEW YORK COTTON
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son. 212 West Fifth street. Los Angeles.
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.—The factor that holds
cotton back appears to be the next sinners'
report, which Is to be published by the gov
ernment next Monday. That report will cover
the conditions for two weeks ending Novem
ber During this period there was fine weather
and receipts were about 800,000 bales per week.
If this present week's receipts are as large
It will likely end the heavy movement for th»
present. Interior receipts are largo this week,
145,000 hales, against 125,000 last week and 101,
--000 a year ago, while shipments were 123,500.
BKainst 89.000 last week and 86,000 a year ago.
Trade today wa» quiet without any special
feature. ,
Quotations ranged as follows: —Close—
Open. High. Low. Bid. Ask.
January 14-93 14.53 .14.19 14.27 14.28
February 14.» 14.58
March"'........... 14.40 14.48 14.33 14.42 14.44
AnrU 14.63 14.53 14.53 14.48 14.50
MgJ 14.62 14.61 14.45 14.57 14.68
?"" " „ 14.50 14.54 14.49 14.61 14,66
jX ""I" 14.48 14.56 14.43 14.54 14.
August" " 14-22 14.25 14.20 14.23 14.25
SnsS ::::::::: ii:» X* «*"? i|
Spot cotton, 14.60 c; steady, unchanged.
Liverpool cotton closed unchanged to 1%
points up on near and distant month*.
FINANCIAL RECORD
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.—Money on call easier,
2'4«f2% per cent; ruling rate 2% per cent;
closing bid and offered at 214 per cent.
Tim! loans dull and easy; 60 day., and W
days, 4% per cent; three months, 4140414 pe*
° Close: Prime mercantile paper [email protected] per
"sterling exchange steady wHh actual busi
ness in bankers' bills at [email protected] tor six
ty-day bills and at J4.86 for demand.
Commercial bills, 84.81%®4.51?,.
Bar silver, 56% c.
Mexican dollars, 460.
Government bonds, steady; railroads heavy.
FRUIT MARKET
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 18.—-Fruits-
Fancy apples, 65a; common. 40c.
Berries —Strawberries. [email protected]; huckleber
rle», [email protected]; raspberries, $4©6; cranberries,
* 2 Grape.—Isabella, [email protected]; Muscat, »1&
" pears Common, 50c; fancy, $1. *
Pomegranates, [email protected]
Persimmons, 40t[)S5c. /
Quinces. $1©1.25. ■
Oranges—Navels, [email protected]
Mexican limes, $5® 8. •
Lemons—Common California, $3; fancy,
$sTroplcalsTroplcal fruits—Banana., [email protected]; pine
apples. $2.60® 3.60.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUIT
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.-Evaporated apples
continue quiet but steady with but .mall of
fering.. On the spot, fancy Is quoted.at 11%
@ll%c; choice, 9%iS>lo%e; prime, 7%@8%0.
Common 1 to fair, [email protected]
Prune., quiet but firm; quotations range
from 6&10% c for Callfornlans up to 30-«0s
and 814©9Wio for Oregon, from 60-SOs.
Apricots inactive but steady. Choice 12%©
13c; extra choice, [email protected]%c; choice, B®BHc;
'RaTsln. quiet and unsettled, owing to con-
Ralalns quiet and unsettled, owing to con
ditions on the coast. Loose muscatels are
voted at 6'4®7Kc; choice to fancy seeded,>«Vi
@7y 4 c; seedless, [email protected]; London layer., $1.20
@1.35. . ■'-„, .
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
SAN B'RANCISCO, Nov. 18.—Butter-
Fancy creamery, 35V4c; seconds, 33c; fancy
dairy 29c.
"cheese—New. [email protected]: Young America,
18Eg®i^Ranch, t&He: store, "c.
KgKB--Ranch, 65HC; store. 5Sc.
CHICAGO, Nov. 18.—Butter-:Bteadyj
creameries, [email protected]%c; dairies. 25181270.
Ekk ,— receipts 2660 cases; at mark.
cases included. 19K®22He; firsts, 290;
, Dalles. 1I«01I«.;
Twins, 14 [email protected]; Young Americas. 15%
®18o; Long Horns, UK® 18c
COFFEE AND BUQAR
NEW YORK, Nov. U.-Coftee futures closed
barely steady, net 4 points lower to 20 points
higher. Bales 120,250 bags. November $9.96;
December. *9.95; January. *985: February,
13 93- March, $9.99; April, $10; May and June,
»1002- July, $10.08; August, $10; September.
"£%. Se'Sm!!- WO. No. T. I*.; Bantos.
No 4, U'.io; mild coffee, firm; Cordova, IZVi
60 tflC !
Sugar-Raw, steady; Muscovado, 8t test,
$3 87* centrifugal, 06 test, $3.87; molasMi. s»
tast, 13. U. B««ned «ulet.
LOS 4NGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19,1910.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
«on, 212 West Fifth afreet, Log Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board
of trade, stock and bond exchange of San
Francisco. ,
BAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18.-Following were
th« closing quotations: •
MISCELLANEOUS STOCKS- Bid. Asked.
Alameda Artesian W Co 6s 100
American River Eire Co 6s 94%
Associated Oil Co 6s ..; 95
Bay Counties Power Co 59 lOlVi
Cal Central Gas & Eloc 6s /JIOO%
Cal Gas & Eleo gen M&CT Da 99
California St Cable Co 58 101 '-i
California Wine Association 55.... 88%
City Electric Co 6s ,89% 91
Contra Costa Water Co 6s 8714 99
do gen mtg 5s 94%
Edison Eloc Co of L A 6i 101%
E I dv Pont de Nera Pdr 4%s 85 88
First Federal Trust Co 5s 10114
Ferries & Cliff House Ry 6s 10114 .. ■
Hawaiian Corril and Sugar Bs 101 10154
Honolulu n T & I. Co Ca...{..,.....100
Lake Tahoe Ity & T Co El 105
Los Angeles Elec Co 6b 68
Lou Angeles Gas & Elec Co 5s , ' 09
Los Angeles Gas and Eleo Corp 5s S6T4
Los Angeles Railway 6s lo&Vi
T>os Angeles Lighting gel 6s 100
L. A Pac R It Ist con mtg 6s 10114
L A Pac It R of Cal 6s 9914 •• :
Marln Water & Power Co 6s 100%
Market Street Cable 6s 102%
do Ry Ist com mtg 5s M,4
M V & Mt Tamalpais 8 Ry 6s 102%
Northern Ry Co of Cal 6s 110%
Nortern Cal Railway 6s 101% 103
Northern Cal Power Co 5s 101%
Northern Cal Power Con 6s 91 %
Northern Electric Co 6s ■"
Oakland Gas Light &H 6s ■ 103V4
| Oakland Transit Co «s 108%
Oakland Transit 5s 103'/!, 104%
Oakland Transit Con 6s 104%
Oakland Traction Con Es 9ii 98
Oakland Traction Co 5s 90%
Oakland Water Co gtd 6s 96 100
Omnibus Cable Railway 6s 10«
Pacific Gas Imp 4s • 82
Pacific Electric Ry Co Bs lOny,
Pacific Light & Power Co 6s 99
do guaranteed 6s 1"* .. I
Pac Tel & Tel Co Es 99% 99%
Park & Cliff House. liy 6s 100
Park & Ocean R R 6s 100
People's Water Co 6s 68%
Powell Street Railway 6« 99 .. ,
Sacramento Elec Gas & Ry 6s 100 101
San Joaquln Lgt & Power Gs 97%
S F Oak & San Jose Ry 6» 108%
do 2d mortgage 5s ... 96%
S F Oak & S J Con Ry 6s ' 98
S J & Santa Clara Co R U 4Vif.'...'.. S3'
Siena Ry of Cal 6s M* 106
S P R R of Cal 6s 1913 101% ■>■
(In Ist c gtd g fis 110 ..
S P Branch Ry of Cal 6s 12514 13' .
B P R R Co let rfdg 4s M
Stockton Gas & Elec Corp 6s 105 . ...
S V Water Co gen mtg 4s 93
United Gas & Elec Co 6s 100
United R R of 8 F 45.... 67 .. '
Valley Counties Power Co 5s 9914
WATER STOCKS—
Peoples W S Co pfd Mli
Spring Valley Water Co 60%
GAS AND ELECTRIC STOCKS-
Clty Electric Co 64 •• •
N Cal Power Co Con •■ »"'.»
Oro Water L&P Co 63 *-63%
Pacific Lighting Corp pfd 75
do common 6> ••
INSURANCE STOCKS-
California Insurance Co 75 »'»
Fireman's Fund *«» "
Pacific Coast Casualty C 0..........155 175
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS—
Presidio 25 32A
POWDER STOCKS— . •
B I dv Pont do Nem pf<J »«i
do common *™
Giant Consolidated Co »
SUGAR STOCKS- ,
Hawaiian Coml and Sugar Co 3.% ■•
Honokaa Sugar Co ■■■••••• i;™
Hutchlnson Sugar Plantation 15
Kllauea Sugar Plantation Co 1-
Makawell Sugar Co 53 ■•
Onomea Sugar Co ■•
paauhau S P Co 13* "
Union Sugar Co
OIL STOCKS— „ „,,
Associated Oil- 4-J» *- %
Palmer Oil Co ]* •«„
Sterling Oil * Dcv Co '■*
West Coast Oil pfd j^^^j. lw
MISCELLANEOUS STPCS-
Alaska Packers' Association «U ••
Cal Fruit Canners' Assn 103% ios,»
Cal Wine Association « «
North Alaska Salmon Co "<j
Pee Auxiliary Fire Alarm ••
Pacific Coast Borax Co » •■
Pae Tel & Tel pfd »* 95
Pac Tel and Tel com «*
™X Ses's^'A^RWerss2^; «™ B
V Waters 92? 1000 Pao Tel 6s 99%: 1000 Oak-
Unrt Traction Co 5s 91; 1000 **»>•'•»"$&
k aiiiAi-iniftfi Oil 4214; 10 do 42; o Cal wine
«%• JO City Electric Mi 26 Hawaiian 93: 425
do 32>4i 25 Hutchin.on 16; 25 do Wii7s do
15%; 50 do 15%; 15 Makawell 33%; 10 Pac Tel
Pf Afternoon sales-1000 Pac Tel 6s 39%: 5000
Amn Rive? Bi BsTbooo S P 6s 102%; 6000 Asso
mo Paauhau 19 74; 65 Pac Light com 72>4, 200
Palmer Oil 1.40; 60 Hawaiian 82%; 50 8 V Wa
fer wi: 26 do 60%; 25 do 50%; 5 do 50%; 5 do
5014; 5 do 51. _
METAL MARKET
NEW YORK. Nov. IS.-Standard copper dull.
Soot $12 [email protected]; November, i1J.80CU.65; De
cember. ' $12.65*12.65; January. J12.60%12.70;
February, $12.66012.75 and March $12.70®1..50. |
London .pot, £67. 12. Mi futures, £68. 112.
3d. Arrivals reported at New York today,
Mo ton.. Return, to commission house ex
ports 17,495 ton. bo far this month. Lake
copper. 113.00W15.25; electrolytic, US-*7*®"- 0!'
London firm; spot £166; futures £K\
Lead firm. $4.4604.60, New York; $4.27%®
,»i Eait 61 Louis. Sales 50,000 pound.;
November at $4.42* and 100.000 tons November
at $4.45 New York; 50,000 pounds December at
$4.30 and 60,000 pounds January at $4.30 East
8 The "leading producers have advanced their
price of lead from [email protected] In 60-ton lots.
n pde?t ner ßPn Oo m fna,,is.3=® 5 .05. New York and
»[email protected] East St. Louis. London spot i.20
2Slron-Cleveland warrants 49. -4«d In Lon
don. Locally Iron was steady. No. 1 foundry,
northern, No. 1 foundry, southern soft. .76
©18.26; No. 2 foundry, northern. $15.60<&16.0U.
BRADSTREETS' WEEKLY REVIEW
NEW YORK, Nov. 18.— Bradatreetb tomor
row will say: ...
Favorable central features In this week»
trade report comprisen better dlstiibutlon at
retail due to cool weather; somewhat larger
nlling-ln ordera; the realization oi cheaper
meat nupplles at leaat aa regards wholesale
prices; firmer feellns in pig Iron and In
creased business In holiday goods. Groceries,
seasonable lines of hardware and winter wear-
Ing apparel show moat activity. However,
there is considerable room for improvement
In retail distribution. There la more doing
In spring account.
Business failures In the United States for the
week ending November 17 were 248 against 207
last week; 333 In the llhe week of 1909; 2.J
in 1908; 265 in 1907, and 212 in 1906.
Business failures in Canada for the week
number sixteen, against thirty-one last week
and twenty-six In the like ive.-k of 1907.
Wheat, Including flour, exports from the
United Btates and Canada for the week end
ing November 17, aggregates 31,729,493 bush
els, against 3,092,343 last week and 6,185,59»
this week last year.
Corn exports for the week are 393,782 busn
els, against 353,680 last week and 140,407 in
1909.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO, Nov. 18. —Cattle —Receipts es
timated at S500; market steady; beeves,
14.4041)7.40; Texas steers, [email protected]; western
eteers $4 [email protected]; stockers and feeders,
[email protected]; cows and heifers.. $;;.:: 0(6*6.20;
calves, I7.6O&10.
Hogs—Receipts estimated at 18.000; mar
ket 6 to 10c lower than yesterday's aver
age- light, [email protected]; mixed, 17.10(0 7.60;
heavy, «[email protected]; rough, |7®7.J0; good to
choice heavy. [email protected]; pigs, |6.60®7.40;
bulk of sales, $7,30(5*7.45.
Shi-cu ReiHpts estimated at 8000; mar
ket weak; native, [email protected]; western. |2.M
@4; yearlings. $4© 5; lambs, native, MO,
6.10; western, |[email protected]
FINANCIAL
I.OS ANQELES, Nov. 18.-Banlt clearings
wi-ro $2,898,941.83, an Increase of 1761,616.40 as
compared with the amount for tho correspond
ing date of last year. Following Is a compar
ative statement:
1910. 1909. 1308.
Nov. 14 13,219,508.56 82,583,685.66 |1,881,1 M.41
Nov. 15 3.011,253.31 2,848,787.06 1,023,2:11.11
Nov. 16 4.003,492.34 2.894,717.65 2.188,827.28
Nov. 17 2,763,133.89 2,604,698.66 1.623,817.93
Nov. 18 2,808,941.83 2,137,395.43 1,618,618.43
LOS ANGELEB STOCK EXCHANGE
The market on stock exchange was rather
vaccilating; "In fact, It started off like a bad
Friday, but In the afternoon tho sky seemed
to clear somewhat, prices improved and trad
ing was better. In California Midway the
stock showed a 2 point gain over Thursday s
prices. Consolidated Midway was firm at
Thursday's prices. Mexican common was
somewhat stronger and Union had a bad break
in the afternoon, selling down to 101V4,
strengthening a shade at the close.
The balance of the market was neither ac
tive nor of such a nature as to determine
anything one way or tho other.
BANK STOCKS
Bid. Asked.
All. Night & Day Bank 60.00 80.00
Bank of Southern California 100.00
Broadway Bank & Trust „150.00 1.6.00
Cal Savings Bank 116.00 .....
Central National Hank 170.00 180.00
Citizens National 224.00 SSO.OO
Commercial National 150.00 •■•"
Equitable Savings HanK 200.00
Farmers and Merchants Nat 1 ..280.00 850.00
Federal Hank of L, A 125.00 .....
First National HS'2
German American Savings 325.00 340.00
Globe Savings Bank 120.00
Home Savings Bank of L A. ..116.00
Merchants National ....;... 660.00 .....
Merchatna Bank and Twst Co 140.00
National Bank of California...l9o.oo
National Bank of Com 105.00 .....
Security Ravings Bank 360.00 400.00
TH* Southern Trust Co 70.00
(50 per cent pold up)
US National Bank 145.00
INDUSTRIAL AND PUBLIC DTILITIEn
Bid. Asked.
Arizona & Swansea R R .00
Cal Portland Cement Co 80.00 ...-
Cal Hospital 65.00 I*-™
Edison Electric pfd «8-5O . .0.50
do common «■<£ «-™ .
Hawaiian Com and Sugar 34.00 36.00
Hone Telephone pfd 30.n0 .....
do common •■■ 4-'
Ilr.tchinson 8 P Co 1800 .....
L A Athletic Club 6.00 8.00
L A Brewing Co '. •■•• '' M^
L A investment Co — 5.2.. 3.45
Mexican NaU Gas com 1000 38.00
Paauhau 8P Co .22.50 24.00
Pac Milt Life Ins Co 290.00
Pae Con Stone Co ;. 02 ••••;
Pasadena Homo T and T Co 32"<>
Riverside Home T and T Co Z-.w
Bar. Diego Home T and T Co 17-&0
S Monica B H T pfd »'•»"
Sun Drug Co i i-JJ?
Seaside Water Co •;■•• 78-W
Title G and Tr Co pfd 2^.00
Title I and Tr Co pfd 1.6.00
Title I and Tr Co com 176.00
Title I and Tr hit C 176.00 .....
V S L D T and T Co pfd 86-00
Wnlcn Security Corp pfd -.••• W.OO
Union Trust Co ■■ - »°.OO 33.00
Whittler Home T and T C 0.... . 90.00
•: .: • ..■ OIL STOCKS . -'■ • '
PRODUCERS- Bid. ' Asked.
Amalgamated Oil M.OO .....
American Crude Oil Co •>"
American Pet Co pfd JJ-™
do common \iKiu.
Associated Oil «^2«> •"::
Brookshlre Oil ;• ',;„
California Midway Oil Co .«2H .t>.*
Central *■"»
Cleveland Oil Co S.SOM ... ; .
Coallnga Central Oil Co .■- ■'»
Columbia 10° I'" v
Consol Midway Oil Co 22 .£!»
Continental Oil •"
Fullerton Oil ■• D-™
Jade Oil Co •'»» •"
Mexican Pet Ltd pfd 72.25 74.00
do common .: 37.50 38.00
Mascot Oil Co ■; 3W
New Pennsyl Pet Co 62 .....
Ollnda Land Co (Oil) 61 •«
Perseus Oil Co •J"*
Final Oil Co ■• 100°
Piru Oil and L Co -0 .....
Rice Ranch Oil Co ■■■•• -™
Trader's Oil Co «•«> M-°°
Union pVovldenVco '.Wr:."" '■' 99.75 100.00
United Petroleum 101.50 102.60
United Oil Co 74 .78
Western Union ™-
NON-PRODUCERS-
Oleum Development Co 02% .03
BONDS
. . Bid. Asked.
American Petroleum Co .• M
Associated Oil Co If*
Corona City Water Co «.... 98 tw
Corona Power and Water Co.. 96 102
Cucamonga Water Co MJ4 ■•
Edison Elec Co Ist JJo.*O o'.*o'.* ••
Edison Electric Co old issue.... 101 106
Home Telephone Co 8. Jj>
do Ist refunding 71 "*
Huasteca Pipe Line •• l«"
L A Electric Co 93 ■•
L A Pipe Ist con mtgs lojvi
L A Fac Ry genl con 101
L A Pacific Ry Ist rfndg .. us
L A Railway Co ™> ■•
L A Traction Co 6s "2 . »0
L, A Traction 5s 101 108
Mexican Nat! Ga« Co ■■ 100
HUalon Trans and R Co 98 100
Paciflo Electric Railway C 0.... 99 , ..
Pacific Light and Power C 0.,,.. .96% 80«
j Pasadena Home T and T Co.. , .. 80
Pomona Con Water Co „ . „... 102 M
Santa Monica Bay H T Co.^. .. 73
Santa Monica H T and T Co.. .. 80
San Diego H T and T Ist mtgs .. 80
Tcmescal Water Co .. 103
Union Transportation Co ..... 87 90
U 6 Long Distance T and TCo 65 80
Vltalla Water Co 95 •„
Whittier Home T and T C 0.... 70 90
MORNING SAXES
• 1000 Cal Midway 61; 1000 do 61%; 9000 Cleve
land LOOM: 15,000 do B.GOM; 5000 Cons Midway
22?.; 3000 do 22%; 16,000 do 22; 1000 Jade Oil Co
85%; 5000 Oleum Dcv Co, buyer 30, 3; 1000
United 74; 80 Mez Pet Ltd com 37.25; 1 Union
102; 60 do 102:25.
AFTERNOON SALES
1000 Cal Midway 62V4; 1000 do 62%; 1000 do,
buyer 30. 63,4; 1000 Cons Midway 22*: 3000 do
22; 10 Mcx Pet Ltd com 87.B0; 10 Union Prov
Co 100; 1000 Jade Oil Co 35%; 50 Union 102.25;
15 do 102; 10 do 102.12%; 20 do 101.50.
DAILY MINING CALL
Official sales— Belmont 4.50.
LISTED STOCKS
CALIFORNIA— Bid. Asked.
Consolidated Mines Co B.OOM 9.00 M
NEVADA—
Johnnie Mining & Milling Co.. .12Vt .16
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18.—Flour—Fam
ily extras, [email protected]; bakers' extras, $5.20
<?! f>.6o; Oregon and Washington, [email protected]
: Wheat—Shipping, * 1.4.1 '<■ 1.60.
; Barley— Feed, 1.01 1.02 hi ; brewing,
Oats—Red, $1.1714 ©1.25; white, $1.45®
1.55; black. $1.30©1.45.
Mlllstuffs— Middlings. $32 36; mixed feed
»[email protected]; rolled barley, [email protected]; oatmeal,
$4.25; oat groats. $4.26; rolled oats, $29
31.00.
Hay—Wheat, $9®14: wheat and oat, $9W
11.60; oat, wild, $7®9; oat, tame, *9'»
11.60; alfalfa, $7®13: straw, [email protected]
Receipts—Flour, 1904; wheat, 10; barley,
6740; oats, 2930: beans. 4387; corn. 10 i
potatoes, 7070; onions, 790; middlings, 269;
hay, 515; hides, 1600; wine, 68,300.
Beans—Pink, [email protected]; lima, 14.6004.80:
small white, [email protected]; large white. $3—>
9 Potatoes— Oregon Burbanks. $1.4001.50;
Salinas Burbanks. 81.6001.75; Merced
o'ns—Fa'ncy. $1.10; common. 90c.
Onlom— Fanry. $1.10; common 90o^
Various—Oreen 9—, 4©T«! string beans.
s®Bc; egg plant, 40«66c; green peppers,
30®60c; tomatoen. 55®650; Bummer squash,
81.2501.75 i garlic. [email protected]; cucumbers. [email protected]
"po'ultry-Uve turkeys. [email protected]; flresae-1
turkeys 25«!>28c; roosters., old. [email protected],
boosters vounir $«®8.50; broilers, small.
[email protected]; broiler- large, $4®4.60; try™
5 50; hens. $4 60®10; ducks, old, l«®'.
Anrlca vouni, JS01O; geese, $2Sf3; gos
lings, $3©B; pigeons, young. $1.C0#1.75.
Tt*a hn easy to •* icur«» a bargain tn a. as« 4
automobile, through want advertl»ln«. as II •
to b*-an<l still i—•» -~""« • b°n»
and earrlMau
TURKEY DEALERS READY
TO SERVE THE PUBLIC
Supplies Ample for Thanksgiving
Feasts-Market Men Antici
pate Large Business
Froduco dealers are mailing the cus
tomary extra preparation! to meet the de
mand for the holiday trado.
Dealers In turkeys, poultry and fish, fine
fruits, mils and other products are be
stirring themselves.
Egg«, hut in- and cheese were unchanged
In price. Eggs are firm. " Dealers arc
looking forward to receiving full prices
through the holidays, and some are pre
dicting higher quotations. Batter Is steady.
A half cent advance In San Francisco gave
this market a stronger tone, hut that top
prices for the season on butter has bern
reached is the general opinion of Km-' but
ter handlers. Some lay the market may
go 1 cent ■ her than at the •present time,
but will not advance sufficiently to cause
an advance In the selling price to tho con
sumer, ■ ■
trading was lively on the exchange jePter
day moraine. Five barrels of cranberries,
a car of choice Highland potatoes, twenty
Oregon triplet cheese and two cases of
swiss cheese changed hands. The attend
ance was large and bidding and off. are
more liberal than they have been for
months. „
The potato market Is quite firm. Predic
tions are made that prices will advance
next week.
Dealers reported sufficient supply of fish
to meet the Friday demand.
Receipts of produce were: Eggs, .4
cases; butter, 20,476 pounds; cheese, l"'1
pounds; potatoes, 780 sacks; beans, 20 sacks;
onions, 320 packs; sweet potatoes, 32 sacks;
apples, 24 boxes.
rKODECE TRICE 3
Following »re the official prices of pro
duce to retailors as compiled by the Markol
Reporter:
BUTTER— Selling price to trade. 2 Vie
higher; California creamery, extras, 35c;
do firsts. !2Vio; cooking. 25c; ladle, 25c.
EGOS—Local ranch candled, 52c; do case
count, buying price, 48c; eastern fresh, 38c;
eastern storage, packed extra. 30»j>34c.
CHEESE—Northern fresh, [email protected]ß',ic; lo
cal, 18iio; Oregon Daisy, 18'^c; east
ern singles, 18He; do Twins, 18c; eastern
Daisies, 19c; Long Horns, [email protected]; eastern
Cheddars. [email protected]; Imported swiss, 32c;
lack, 19c; domestic Swiss, [email protected]; cream
brick, [email protected]; Umburger, l!>@2oc; Rociue
fort, I8®40o; Edam, [email protected]
ONlONS—Northern Australian Browns,
per cwt., $1.75; Northern Yellow Danvers,
$1175; Oregon, $1.75; garlic, per lb., 8c
BEANS — No. 1 pink, $505.25; No. 1
limas, $5 .".'.'; No. 1 Lady Washington,
$4.25; No. 1 small whites. $4.25; No. 1
blackeyes, $(!; No. 1 Garvanzas, $1.5C3)5;
No. 1 California lentils. $7.
POTATOES— Highland, cwt., I1.1O01.BO;
Nevadas, $1.75(9)1.85; Lompocs, [email protected];
Salinas, $1.7601.83; yellow sweets, $I.lo®
1.25.
FRESH FRUlTS—Apples— Baldwin. 4-tler.
$2.25; do 4>4-tler, $1.10(01.25; bellcfleurs, 4
tler, [email protected]; Gano, 4-tier, 2.25; belle
fleurs, 4%-tler, [email protected]; Greenings, 4-tier,
$1.25; do 4%-tier, $1.10; Hoovers, 4-tler,
$1.50; do 4%-tier, $1.15; Jonathans, Utah, 4
tier $2.25©2.50; Pearmalns, white winter, 4
tier, $1.25; do 4%-tler, $1; do red, 4-tler,
$1.25; do red, 4>t-tier, $1.10; Smith's elder.
4-tler, $1.25; do 4%-tter, $1; Ben Davis. 4
tler, $1.85/ do 4>,4-t1er,51.75; Fall Pippins,
4-tler, [email protected]$l; Missouri Pippins, $1.25; do
4^4-tler, $1.10; Langfords. 4-tler, $1.50; do
4V4-tler, $1.20; Rome Beauties, box, $2.25®
2 50; Spttzenburgs, 4-tier, $1.50; do 4%-tler,
$1 15: wlnesaps, Utah, [email protected]; yellow
Newtown pippins. 4-tler. $1.25; yellow New
town pippins. 4'i-tier, $1.10.
BERRIES —Strawberries, per basket, 10 r$
12He; cranberries, per hbl.. [email protected]; black
berries, per basket, 10<5>l:c. .»„..-
ClTßUS—Grapefruit, seedless. [email protected];
do seedlings, {2.25»T 2.50; lemons, M©BS
oranges, navels. J2.7803; do valenrlas, $4.
TROPICAL —Bananas, lb., 4'ic; Ford dates
1i,.. [email protected]; golden dates, lb., 8c; alligator
pears, doz., $4; pineapples, lb., B©7HC.
MISCELLANEOUS— Caiabaa, crates, $2.50;
figs box. $1.00; Muscat crapes. lug
box [email protected]; peaches, per box. 75C$$1:
Bartlett pears, $2.7808 box; plums, crate,
J1.50; prunes. $1.90; guavas, basket, sc;
Christmas melons, $2®2.25.
VEGETABLES— Northern artichokes, doz..
$1.25; green asparagus, 15c lb.; bell peppers,
lb., [email protected]; beets, doz. hunches. 30c; cabbage,
sack, 6BQ7Bo; red cabbage, 3c lb.; carrots,
doz. bunches, 25® 30c; cauliflower, crate,
J1.80©1.75; celery, cwt., [email protected]; cucum
bers, crate, $2.50; green corn. box. 65c;
corn' husks. 10c; egg plant, lh., m(B)2c;
horseradish, lh., 25c; okra. 5c IK; lettuce,
crate, 50fr75c; peas, ijiiT7c.; parsley, dozen,
2So; northern strawberry rhubarbs, box.
$1 75- spinach, dozen, 20c; sprouts, 6c; sum
mer squash, lug box, 40<S50c; young onions,
doz "sc; turnips, doz. hunches, 20c; toma
toes! sO(ff7se; yellow, $1; beans, 2<<s 4c lb.
PRUNES—3O-40S, 9010 c: 40-50*. 9©loc; 60-60 S.
8»9c: 60-70 S. 7c; 80-90*. G'.4e: 90-100s. 6c.
RAISINS — 2 crown, loose. 80-lb. boxes.
JV4c lb; 3 crown, do. 4c; 4 crown, do. 4Hc;
London layers. 2 crown. SO-lb. box. $1.15;
do S crown, $1.25; do 4 crown, $1.50; Sul
tanas bleached. [email protected] lb; unbleaohed. 4©
Be lb; seeded raisins, It ox pkgs. 7c; do, II
oz. 6c.
jjUTS— IXL almonds. 17He lh; bra
zils [email protected] lb; eocoanuis. 90c; filberts, 14c
lb: 'pecans. XX. llic;.do XXX. 16c lb; east
ern peanuts. 707 He" lb; do Japan, |He;
Dlnenuts. 18c: No. 1 assorted walnuts. »16o;
do budded. 18e; eastern popcorn, cwt. $3.00,
do local. $3.50.
R ICB jranoy Honduras (Carolina) 16.
cwf choice Honduras (Carolina) $6(B!«.60:
Japan grades, $3.75®4; Island. $5.60;
broken, $3.50.
HONEY —White water extracted. 9e lb.
do white SHe: do light amber, 8o: comb,
water white, 1-lb frames. ISc; do white. 17c;
do light amber. 14c; beeswax, 30c lb
LIVE- STOCK —Packers Day f. o. b. Los
Angeles for beef steers. 6S>5He; beef heif
ers [email protected] r'C: beef calves. 6V4(2>60; mutton
wethers, $5135.60; mutton ewes, $5&5.50;
mutton lambs. [email protected]; hogs, lie.
POULTRY— Turkeys, live, 280 lh.; large
hen" 4 lbs. ud. 22c lb.: do small 2H«
114 lbs. 17c lb.; broilers. ItoHi Hi 260
lh ■ friers 1U to 3 lbs.. 22c lb.; roast .hick
ens' "c in ■' ducks. 22c lb.: geese, 25c lb.;
umißbY $150 doz.; old roosters, 16c lb,
CHILI— Evaporated, strings, 30c lb; green,
4o lh; chill teplns, 750 lb; Japan. He;
ground. B ( c ba , e61 _ Tn() following quotations
furnished by the Los Angeles Hay Storage
Co—Barley $12.50014.50; tawie oat. ton.
IMOliuwr alfalfa: ton- $13,504} 14.50;
W M?LL IyFE SED®Bran. $1.55: whole corn.
$1.75; cracked corn. $1.80; feed meal. lI.M
r»ii«d barley $115; oil cake meal, $2.50;
snorts, $1 80;' Kaffir corn. $1.75; whit., oat..
11SS- eastern red oats. $2.25: wheat, orl
glna.' sack, cwt $1.90; wheat. 100-U
•acks. $1.86.
FLOUR AND FEED
Following are the wholesale prices for
flour andleed as quoted by the Glob. Grain
,nd Mining company.. Lo^Angel...
i: i^o rur Pat'sl.6s"per"i"a;,d'" t>
BBc per •» sack.
niiiiiK flour, per barrel ••«"
Glole flour retails at $1.80 per % and
95c per V, sank.
Silver Star flour, per barrel 6.00
XXX flour, per barrel **
Kiiihth barrels 20c per barrel higher.
Blgntn o BAKERS . FLOUR
Globe flour, per barrel $«2J)
Eastern graham flour, per barrel J.W
Eastern whole wheat flour, per barrel *.*>
Eastern rye flour, per barrel 6.M
Bakers' A-l flour, per barrel 6.40
Milker*' paßtry flour, per karrel 4.ju
MEALS AND CEREAL GOODS. PER 100
Wt* POUNDS
I lbs. 10 lbs. 25 lbs. 60 lbs.
A-l flour »3.«0 $3.40
0..11 V flour 3.40 3.Z0
G?«nam flour 3-1° »3-05 W.UO
Com meal, W. & V i.60 2.40 ii.Bs I.«U
SSr. .^: :::: »' 12 X
Sr —..:•:::.:::: 1% IS HI
Wheat flakes, per sack of 50 lbs $1.»4
Wheat Hakes,- per barrel of 125 lbs. net... 4.36
GRAIN AND FEED
100 lbs.
Wheat. No. 1 •' »»-7»
Wheat UOO-lb. sack). No. 1 I.M
Corn ,??
Cracked corn }•"
Fee.l meal {•"
Rolled barley , *•"
Bud barley *•*•
rimt rxriiMive i Los Angeles Office 1 nnm?°r"sii
wir e uoa.e. I Hotel Alexandria | m»i b eoo>.
m—amamm—*. 212 West Fifth Street tmm~~—m
Francisco I R WILSON Coronada
Mills Bldg. Jl Ul ffILUUII During
Palace Hotel B G> LATHROP, Manager Winter
«!«<«■ i i vi ii 'I[—l Correipondent* »»•»»■•»»■■»■■■»■■*
»SJI I Harris, Winthrop & Co. I «-& rd
ExrhaDse. | New York. Chirac". Tarls. Tendon. 1 of Trail*.
CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
NAME ' OKITCKRa
~ TT ; ™~ —— — J. WATiSRb. Fresld«nu
ti/ens National Bank wm. w. woods. ca»iuer.
Capftni, 51,000,000.
P. W. corner Thir.l and Main. Surplus. >5»0,0u0,
, ; —" " W. A. BONYNOB. >-l "nt.
ommercial National Bank newman kssick. cashi«.
9, Cnpltnl, »20T, 000.00. .—«-.
U 401 a. Sprlnfr. corner Fourth. Surp'u-. & fn.llvlded Proflta. $4i.00«.01
Z , _ , 1. W. HELI.MAN. President.
F armers & Merchants National Bank 1 VV HKLI.MAN, Troaldent.
armers & Merchants National Bank on ..ikr. caabier.
Capital, $1,600,000.
Corner Fourth and Main. Eurvlua and Profit!., »1.!>00.0(».
F~ — ; —— ; ™" J. M. ELLIOTT, President,
irst National Bank w. t. s. hammond. ca»hi«.
Caplt '. stock, $1,250,000.
S. E. eorn^.r geeonJ and Spring. Burp: :» nn^ Pront-i. $1.H2t.000.
ii~iJ ; ~ ; ~~ T~ W. H. HOUJDAH, President.
erchants National Bank niA> creene, cashi«.
KM Cr :tal, $200,000.
IWI S. H. corner Third and Spring. Biirplua_and_UndlTldfd Fronts. $68»,1KH
i —: r~r: — , - „ T~ j. c. fishburn. President.
J :tional Bank of California a b. MoiCiiE, cashier.
M Capital, »500,000. .««*«,«
111 M. B. corner Fourth and Spring. ■ Surplus and Undivided Proflta. $200.00».
C, National Bank " james b. oist, caahi.r.
entral National Bank jamks b. gist, cashitr.
Capital. WOO.OOO. ....««-
B. E. corner Fourth and Broadway. Surplus and Undivided Profits, $»«,«*
__ ■ —— -T— WARREN OILLELEN. PrMld«t.
D roadway Bank & Trust Company A . w. hedm.vn, caahur.
X ' Capital, $250,009. .... «—
U JOB-SlO ITroadwav. Bradbury Building Surplun ami fndlvld».l Proflta. tMT.O»I
; —- ~ IBAIAB VV HELI.MAN, Pre«ld*nt.
\ I lited States National Bank f. w. smith. easier. /
11 capital. $200,000.
\J S. E. corner Main and Commercial. Burrli ami Profits. »73.008. —-,
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Largest and Oldest in the Southwest
K.sourc $29,000,000.00
Four per cent Interest on Terra deposit* | 3 per cent on Special (ordinary) deport*.
Largest and Best Equipped Safe Deposit and Storage Depart
ment in the West
Security Building Spring and Fifth Streets
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HARNESS^ M , „ .o 8. ££g' .tree, SA D DLER)f
Shorts ; }.*?.
Eastern Willow charcoal *-™
Bmall yellow corn »•'»
Alfaifa meal }•?'
Bran, heavy i 1""
Oil cake meal ,°"
White oats ""
Rye seed f_
Egyptian corn, white ■■_
Scratch food " I-"'
Granite grit • ",..
Chick feed fI?
Cracked wheat *•!"
Clam shell ,•?:
Oyster shell *"
CHICAGO GRAIN
Special Fervlce to The Herald by J. C. •Wil
son, member of the Chicago board of trade,
N-w York stock exchange and San Franc sco
bond and stock sxchans*, MS West Fifth
■meet, L*js Angeles.
CHICAGO, Nov. IS.—Wheat started out
strong and higher, and then turned weak, and
later developed a dragging tendency wdli
very limited rallylnK power displayed at any
time Loss has been heard today of the Ar
gentine situation, although rains were re
ported ai having rail, v there. More, however,
has been heard of the weakness of the coarse
eralns, which have exerted considerable un
favorable influenoe on wheat. There ha
fairly pood buying of May wheat by private
wire houses at We today, and the decline In
the market was oheoked at that level, De
cember meanWhUe « Me. There has
been no liquidation or stop-lost selling «UHI
-dent to break the market'below the above
flcures Cash demand is very poor here and
elsewhere Son I the Minneapolis nulls have
closed because of the let up In (ho urgency of
the lake nnd rail shipments. Claims of export
soles of Manitoba wneal were denied. There
has been a little foreign selline; of wheat fu
tures here today. Kansas City reports cash
id,, -v ' o to la h) , .
Corn madt lowest price* of year, nnd for
Beveral years, today. Weather is perfect tor
r|| YOU CAN'T LOJTI^
In an investment in a Savings Account if you choose
a Bank with a Good Record, Great Resources and
Capable Management.
SECURITY
Is Hearing its twenty-second birthday, and in all its
existence it has been under practically the same
management. This Bank is not only the Oldest,
but also the Largest, of its kind in the Southwest
and has now more than 61,000 Open Accounts.
Is yours one of them? If not, why not?
Open a Savings Account, even if you have only
a dollar or two as a beginning. The saving habit
will grow on you. And it is a good habit.
Resources $29,000,000.00
Capital and Reserve . . 1,850,000.00
THE LARGEST, STRONGEST AND BEST
EQUIPPED SAFE DEPOSIT AND STORAGE
DEPARTMENT in the West. One great and ab
solutely impregnable vault is devoted wholly to the
storage of bulky articles of value, like trunks of
silverware, packages of wedding presents and other
things the owner would keep secure from Robbers,
Fire and other danger.
J _ M
putting new corn In merchantable condition,
husking and cribbing la far advanced, ana
there la very tangible evidence of an Increase
In country sales. Country dealers are quite
generally making urgent requests for cars, and,
tell of better Bales by farmers. Cash corn
here is materially lower, especially for new,
and there are about 100 cars of the latter on
i ,ale on lho sample tables. The decline has
resulted In some export business In new corn,
ocean freights being low. .
In oats further liquidation by December
longs has made a lower market today. The
decline has caused considerable taking of
profits by shorts. The cash demand was very
poor and unprofitable. •
Lower price! hogs. and coarse grains were
again Influential In helping to keep alive bear
ish sentiment In provisions, and some lower
price! resulted. A 75 cent a hundred breu c
this week In hogs still leaves the raw ma
terial a cent a pound higher than the finished
product. ■
MARKET RANGES
WHEAT— Open. High. Low. Close. :
December » « * -»»4 * -90 * ■90V4
B •:':::::::::: | iIITH, -95% .96*
jjnj. •■■;::; 9:!% .n% .82% .m
ffiT" .:::::::: :SB « -* -*
jjly :::::::: <» •«& .47% •«*
li?S::::::: 3"% -307* :S :|
v ..... S4* -S«H -^ •32»
July::::::: 33% .34 .33?, .33%
januSy" ".so IT.BH 17.»t4 17.25
May ....!.;.".- 16-25 16-27* 16.80 16.22VS
K,Vvrmbe7 10.82W »-«2H 10.M 10.70
January . ■• l°-« 10-10 °-9;7''4 10 00
May *...:....:.... 9-62V4 9.624 9.55 9.65
T*nul^r 9.30 9.20 912^ 9.15
May"'..""""" 8.92H 8.95 8.87 M! 8.87*
ST. LOUIS WOOL
ST LOUIS, Nov. 18.—Wool steady, medium
Brad.es, combing and clothing, [email protected]: light
fine. 20022 c; heavy fine, [email protected]; tub washed,
800230. ___^_^_____^_____.
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