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LATEST FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL REPORTS; STOCKS AND BONDS
FEDERAL DECISION
ADVANCES STOCKS
Prices in New York Market Af
fected by News Received
from Pennsylvania
GOLD RUMORS STIR BUSINESS
Weekly Statement of Imperial
Bank of Germany Shows
Fall in Purchases
NEW YORK, Dec. 9.—From tho de
cision of tin- federal court of tlio'Penn
sylvanla district enjoining the Temple
Iron company, the selling agency of
a number of large coal-carrying roads,
but acquitting the latter Interests of
evasion of the interstate commerce
laws. Wall street professed today to
derive much satisfaction and" gave
vent to its feelings by a general rise
in prices. The stocks most affected
by tins news made tho greatest gains,
Heading and Lehtgh Valley advancing
over two points in the, initial transac
tions.
The market continued dull and nar
row during tho afternoon In the sense
that three-fifths of the business was
In three issues—Reading, Union Pa
cific and United States Steel. In the
final trading revival of gold import
rumors imparted fresh activity and
higher prices with substantial net ad
vances throughout the list.
A rise of fifteen points in American
Tobacco common "on the curb" at
tracted some attention. London
bought quite extensively here, pur
chases being reported at 15,000 to 20.000
shares. London's own market stead
ied at the close after an Irregular
opening, consols participating in tho
rally. The weekly statement of the
Imperial Bank of Germany showed a
decrease of $18,000,000 In loans and dis
counts and a decrease of about $2,000,
--000 In gold.
The bond market was firm. Total
sales, par value, $2,237,000. United
States bonds ■were unchanged on call.
NEW YORK STOCKS
Special service to The Herald by J. C. Wil
•on, 212 West Fifth street. Los Angeles, mem
ber New York stock exchange, Chicago board
nf trade, stock and bond exchange of San
.Francisco.
NEW YORK. Dec. 9.—Following •were tho
quotations today:
Bales. Stock. High, Low. BU. Ask.
Allls-Chalmcrs Ml S%
do preferred 29% 30
18,200 Amalg CoppoT .... 64V4 63% 64 ■ 64%
12,400 Amer Beet Sugar.. 39% 37 30 39%
do preferred 02 9414
■ 800 Amer Con Co .... I *% 9 9%
600 do preferred .... 77% 76% 77% 77%
1,400 Amer Car & Pdry 50 49% 60 60%
400 do preferred ....116 115 111 115%
200 Amer Cotton Oil.. r.7% 67 67 67%
100 do preferred ....103 102 lot in*.
Amer Express 220 260
... .Am Ice Securities 17 17%
300 Amer Linseed .... 11% 11% 11% 12
.100 do preferred .... 32 32 JO 33
200 Amer Locomotive. 35.H 36% 35% 38
do preferred 104 105
16.200 Am Smlt & RfK..74% 73% 74 74%
do preferred " .. 103% 104
1,800 Amer Sugar ÜB% 114% 114% 11514
200 do preferred ....112*4 112"* 112% 115
400 Amer Steel Fdrs.. 42% 41' 2 42 43
5.700 Amer Tel & .141% 140% 14114 141%
'200 Am Ton pf x-d 1% 94 M 94 94%
400 Amer Woolen 32 31 30% 81
do preferred 91 9.,
700 Anaconda 40% 39% 40 40%
Atlantic C Line US 116%
- 7.700 AT & Santa Fe...100% 100 100% 100%
300 do preferred ....102V4 102 101% 102%
800 Bait & Ohio 105% 105% 105% 106%
do preferred • • 89 ill
2 700 BR T x-d 1%..... 74% 78% 7414 74%
800 Canadian Pacific. 192V4 192% 193
11.BO0C * O x-d 1% 8014 79% 80 SOU
C & A , 30 32
300C&OW V..;M 21% m 22
.. do preferred 4314 44V4
C N W x-d 2% 14° 112
ii.«OC M * St P 122% 121« l 122% 122%
100 .lo preferred ....145% 145% 145% 146
2,200 Central Leather .. 30% 29% 30% 30%
....... do l>fd x-d 1% 103% 1"}
i .. Cent of N J 2C5 285
100 C C C & St L 65% 65V4 65% 66
. ... do preferred 88% 10a
200 Colorado F & 1... 50% 30% 30% 30%
.. do preferred •• HOH 117
Columbus H C A I .. •• « «4
„ Colorado Southern ,56 66%
do Ist preferred TO 74
.. .. do Id preferred 69 72
4,000 Consolidated Ga5..133% 132% 133 IKJ4
200 Corn Products. .... IBH 15% 15 1514
100 do preferred .... 7KV4 7SV4 78 80
300 Del & Hudson ....163 168 163 163%
n i & m x -d 10 490 675
"MOO &R O ..... 28% 2S 27V4 23
400 df preferred ....69 68% 68% 69%
1,400 Dl.tll Securities .. 3214 31% 32% 32%
....... Duluth S S A 1« 13
•• 6 -7io E do p. a..::::^ «■ » ■
B 700 Erie Ist preferred. 44% 2"* 2S *«
1 100 do Ist preferred. 44% 48% 44>4 44%
200 do 2.1 preferred.. 34 33% 33 35
200 General Electric ..153 153 151% 163
300-Gt Northern Ore.. 65 54% 55 56 .
3.600 do preferred ....122% 121% 122% 122%
'1,10 Illinois Central ...130 130 130% 131
900 Interboro-Metro ... 20% 20 20 20%
1.400 do preferred .... 84T4 04% 641,4 64%
200 Internat Paper ...13 13 13 13%
200 da preferred .... 66 B5',J 65 KM
2,100 Internal Pump ..40% 40% 40% 40%
do preferred ■• *•• ™
■■"20.1 lowa Central 18% 17% 17% 1814
1109 do preferred ....31% 30% 30% 31%
300 X C Southern 30% 80% 30% 31
do preferred 64% ■
L X & Western 14 "
do preferred 37 in
mOT, & N 142% 142% 1«% 1« *
lOOMackay x-div 1%. 88 88 87% SS%
100 do pfd X-d 1 PC. 74 74 73% 74%
100 Manhattan , 139 139 138 139
100 Mexican Central .. 35% 86%. 35% 35%
Minn & St L 24 • 27
do preferred •• 45 64
""ioO M St P * S S M..128% 128% 127 Vi 128%
400 Be preferred ....147 147 146% 150
600 M X & Texas .... 31% 30% 31 32
do preferred ■ .. "2 65
2,800 Missouri Pacific .. 46 44% 4514 45%
100 Nat Lead x-d % pc 61% 61% 51% 63
200 do preferred ....105 lor, 104 106
500 National Biscuit ..111 11014 10914 112
do preferred .. 121 122
700 Nay Con x-d % pc 19 18% 18% 19
200 N V Mr Brake .. 70% 70 i\ 61) 70%
6.400 N V Central 11214 HIM 111% 11214
N V C iSt I. *.. i <>» 6*
do Ist preferred. .. .. .101 110
do 2d prtferred 88 84
.NT XH * Hart .. .. <■ 181 152%
N T Ont & W .. ,40% 41%
2.700 Norfolk & West.. 9714 96% »6% 97%
„ do erred M .93
100 North American .. 62% 62% 61% 62%
4,900 Northern Famine,ll4% 114% 114% 114%
Omaha ? 130 150
.... do preferred '.. 155 170
Pacific Coast 98 110
200 Pacific Mall 31% 3114 30% «!%
6.800 Penna RR C 0....129 128% 128% 128%
100 People's Gas 104% 104% 104% 105
200 Plttsburg Coal ... 17% 16% 17% 18
... do preferred \... .■ .. 66 68*4
p C C & St L .. 95 87
, . do preferred I .. 108 113
GOO Pressed Steel Car. 80% 30 M 31
ao preferred .. 93 84%
Ry Steel Springs 32 83
400 do preferred .... 92% 82% 82% 95%
183,900 Reading 147% 145% 147% 147%
do Ist prefarrnd 8714 91
100 'do 2d preferred.. 83% 92% 91% 8414
liju Republic 8 * 1.... 30% 30% 30% .- 31%
..;.;.. do preferred .. M 84%
6,500 Rock Island Co .. 30% 29»; 30% 30%
» do preferred til «2
600 Slos Slief 3* 1.. 43% 4914 49 to
...... do vral«rr«d ...... .. .. 11414
St L * BF Ist pfd .. .. 64 S3
200 do Sri preferred.. 3!! 310.5 88 49
Ml HI I, & S W 2t<i 24<i - 2414 25
600 do preferred .... 61 69 61 62V4
16,600 Southern Pacific! ..114H U»'4 113% 114
1.100 Southern Railway. 24*4 *4% 24% 2.'.'/
800 do erred .... 69 69 6814- 60
1.600 Tennessee Copper. 36 8414 3414 3.".
600 Texas I'aclflc 26V4 264 *H 2r><S
600 Third Aye 10% 10' A M 10*4
SOO Toledo St L &W. 21% 21V* 21 21%
TOO. do preferred .... 65 64V4 63 t,:,
Twin City R T 108V4 109%
Un Bag & Paper ' 7 9
100 do preferred .... 62H 52"* 63 69
M.300 Union Pacific 169% 168% 169% 1691S
do preferred •• 90 93
United Rds of 8 F .. •• 25 28
100 do preferred .... 51% MM M 64
II 8 Cast Irn Pipe .. .. IB 16
do preferred ■ M',i B.",
It S Rubber 1314 83
100 do Ist prof erred. 109H 109% 110
200 do 2d preferred.. 73"* 73 72 75
146.200 II 8 Steel Cor 73% 7214 7S'4 73
900 do preferred ....116 115% 118 11614
1,600 Utah Copper 45% 4514 «14 45%
600 Va-Car Cbem Co.. 80% 6UJ4 60^ 60%
do preferred Ml i 23
son wabash 16% 1514 16% 16%
400 do preferred .... 33% S3 83 33%
Wells Fargo Ex 152 1W
100 Western Union ... 70 70 6914 70
200 Westlnghouse «7 67 66V4 67
W & L B 5 6
100 do Ist preferred. 13 12 12 12%
do 2d preferred « •
Wisconsin Central.. .. 64 >>»
Am Hide 4 Leath .. ■■ V* JV4
do preferred ■ »««
500 Am Ar & Chem. 46 45 46 46V,
g&'^Sffife- '£ gn m
SOOBr-th StPel 29 29 M« f i
400 do preferred .... 60 66H 68* 69£
8.800 Goldfleld Cons ... JJj R*i «V 4**
3.51X1 Infl Harvester ...ll<m 110% 110 V* 11-
SS do preferred ....121% U«4 IW4 M%
Par Tel A Tel «''» «
do preferred » »
Pullmßti vaiiey ...179% m 178% ing
37,000 I^hlgU Valley ...179(4 VT 1«H j«%
Scars ......••• •• **® **
'.'.'.'.'.'.'. uTßVaity'::::::::: :: m 69 J
.... West Maryland "« «
Total sales, 662,000 shares.
NEW YORK BONDS
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.
NEW YORK, Doc. ».— Following were the
closing quotations: Bid. Asked.
Atehlson gen 4o 98 ■■
Atchison cony 4s 1M 102,, |
Baltimore & Ohio Ist 4s 98 98' i
Ti RT 4s "% |«V»
Colorado Industrial 6s 76 iS
D 8 Realty 6s **% »<
Rock Island col 4s 7214 .3
Southern Pacific ri>f 4s 9314 94
Southern Pacific col 4s 92 KM
Union Paclllo Ist 4s MO«4 101
Union Pacific cony 4s 103 V» 103%
D B Bteel r* IW4 «■*
United Railway 4s 6»H 70 ■
Wabash debenture 4s 6214 62% |
Western Pacific 5s 9«H 91
Armour &Co 414s 91« J>
Japanese 4s ••• J» »
Japanese Ist 4V4s 94% 9»
Japanese 2d 4Vis 94. »
Southern Pacific cony 4a 96' i ™»
Denver *. R G ref 6s 89H 90
U8 2s registered 100% 10 %
nS 2s coupon • IWI4 lUIJ4
US 39 registered 101V4 102JA
T! B3s coupon Wljj W*
VS 4s registered JJW UJH
IT S 4s coupon n°* 116
Panama "i 100*
TREASURY STATEMENT
WASHINGTON, Deo. —At the beginning
of business today the condition of, the
United States treasury was:
Working balance In treasury offices, $34,
--"in'banks and Philippine treasury, $33.
--682 724.
The total balance In general fund was
$86,423,608.
Ordinary receipts yesterday were $2,16«,
--485. with ordinary disbursements of $1,-
The" deficit to date this fiscal year is
$8,130,892, as against $27,333,798 at this
time last year. ■>-....
FINANCIAL RECORD
NEW YORK, D«e. »■ —Money on call easy,
[email protected] per cent; ruling rate and closing
bid. 3 1-1 por cent; offered at 3 S-8 per
"•Time loans dull: sixty and ninety days
and six months, offered at 4 per cent.
Close: Prime mercantile paper, 5© 6Mi
per cent.
Sterling exchange steady at a <>«c>lne;
with actual business In bankers' bills at
J4.82.25ij5i4.82.30 for sixty day bills and at
$4.85.40 for demand.
Commercial bills. $4.81 8-804.8S 1-8.
Bar silver, 54 6-Bc.
Mexican dollars, 46c.
Government bonds steady; railroad bonds
firm.
BANK CLEARINGS
LOS ANGELES, Dec. 9.—Bank clearings
were $2,549,351.(0, an increase of $240,046.02 as
compared with the amount for the correspond
ing date of last year. Following Is a compar
ative statement:
1910. 1909. 1908.
December 5. $2,997,464.09 $2,624,808.99 $2,027,923.77
Decemb.-r 6. 3.071,892.90 2,625,199.97 1,920.382.31
December 7. 3,716,008.71 2.781,914.29 1,996,618.21
December 8. 2,556,543.67 1.941,079.67 1,728,001.10
December 9. 2,649,351.90 2,309,305.88 1,975,919.17
BANK CLEARINGS
NEW YORK, Dec. 9.—Bradstreofs bank
clearings report for the week ending De
cember 8 shows an aggregate of {3,426,843,000,
as against $3,186,667,000 last week and 13,4)2,
--181,000 in the corresponding week last year.
The following Is a list of the cities;
Percentage
Inc. Dec.
New York |2,0r.6,091,M0 .... 3.S
Chicago 288,364,000 6.8
Boston 177,007,000 5.9
Philadelphia 160.753,000 .... 2.8
Bt I^ouis 80,166,000 11.4
Kansas City 112,790,000 9.0 ....
Plttsburg 60,719,000 4.8
San Francisco 46,676,000 12.9
Baltimore 36,658,000 5.9 ....
Cincinnati 25,425.000 .... 10.6
Minneapolis 25.121.000 9.6
New Orleans 24.965.0J0 2.4
Cleveland 19,376,000 8.7
Detroit 19,908,000 28.4
Omaha 15,423,000 11.9 ....
].O8 Angeles 19,235,0C0 3.6 ....
Louisville 12.992,000 20.5' ....
Milwaukee 14,290,000 6.2 ....
Seattle 11.185,000 .... U.I
Denver * 9,571,000 2.0
Portland, Ore 11,436,000 31.3
Salt Lake City 8,504,000 .8
Tacoma 4.485.000 .... 25.3
Spokane, Wash 6,071,000 .... 6.1
NEW YORK COTTON
Special sirvice to The Herald by J. C. Wil
son. 212 West Fifth street. Los Angeles.
NEW YORK. Dec. 9.'—Up to the publication
of the' government cotton crop estimate today
price changes were unimportant, with the
trade nervously awaiting the figures. Today's
receipts at leading points show In the aggre
gate a falling off as compared with last week
of about 9000 bales. The estimate of the gov
ernment placing the crop at U, 4:16,000 bales, not
Including llnters, wan published at 2 o'clock,
and was considered very bullish. The market
Jumped half a cent, establishing new high rec
ords for the season. It will be a relief to the
trade to have a report of no much Importance
out of the way, as now the spinners and all
others concerned In cotton or cotton goods can
adjust their ideas as to what a crop of less
than 12,000,000 bales Is worth per pound and
act accordingly In their operations, either spec
ulallvely or for their milling purposes. The
large short Interest was most likely, covered
to day. Spinners' takings for the week are
84,000 bales more than last year. Exports for
the season thus far are about 15,000 more than
last year.
Quotations ranged as follows: —Close—
* Open. High. taw. Bid. Ask.
January 11.55 15.02 14.43 14.87 14.00
February 14.98 16.00
March 14.76 18.35 14.85 15. 15.18
April 14.77 15.30 14.77 16.17 15.80
May 14.89 15.(0 14.50 15.30 15.31
June - 16.2* 15.29
July 14.«7 15.45 14.78 15.28 15.29
Außiut 14.50 15.10 14. 14. M
October 13.21 13.45 13.M
December 14.50 16.0S 11.38 14.«4 14.8«
Bpot cotton, We; firm. 30 points higher.
i Liverpool cotton closed 1 to 2% points lower
ou near and 'i'rt points lower on distant month*.
LOS ANGELES HERALD: SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER LO, 1010.
FIRM UNDERTONE RULES
LOCAL STOCK EXCHANGE
Numerous Selling Orders Result
in Brisk Trading-Bond
List Attractive
Oil stocks were firm nnd steady on tho Los
AiiKdis stock exchange yesterday, numerous
sales were made and prices remained about
tho same throughout the call. Union was the
leader, a good undertone dominating, with
plenty of selling oiders In evidence. There
were several inquiries for bonds and more
quotations were mado than usual.
Union opened below par, tho first sale being
at $»9.8714, and dropped to $99.6214 at the close
of the morning session. A small tale at $09.7.i
started the stock moving upward, ana It
closed firm at par. Tho bulk of the day 'a
trading was done at $39.75, a total of lil
shares changing hands at that price. Twenty
shares «old M $100 and tho remainder at
I $99.6214 or better.
Mexican Petroleum common was oft a shade
at the close, tut held to Thursday's close of
135.75 during the greater part or the session.
I Forty shares were sold at that price, thirty
at $35.62% and fifty at $35.60.
United Oil was rlrra at 78V40 and numerous
bids were made, but these were too far be
low the offerings to effect much trading. Two
sales, amounting to 25U0 shares, were made
„* 78^4c
California Midway was a fraction off at the
close. The first sale of luOO shares was made
at 61V4c, the second at 51'« c and the last at
6114 c. in all i'ooo shares changed hands.
Consolidated Midway was Him at a frac
tion below :!lc, and 16,0<)0 shares changed
timid*. The first sale was made at Urfcc, ml:
last at 20% c. and an oft board sale of &UUO
shares was made at 20% c.
There was seme Inquiry for Cleveland In
thousand-share lots and the stock advanced
$1 a thousand. Seven thousand shares were
Hold at $7.50 M, 1000 at IBM and 6000 at $8.50 M.
Associated was a shade wronger, sixty
•harts changing hands at $45.50.
Johnnie was oft two points on sale of i»0
shares at 14c.
Two Mission Transfer bonds were sold at
I $38. In the lndustr.al list the only transac
-1 tion was in Home Telephone preferred, the
, stock advancing 2:, v. Ten shares of Home
I were sold at $30.25 and ten shares at $3U.i>o,
I closing firm.
MORNING SALES
2 Mission T. & K. Co (I
10 Home Telephone pfd 80.25
10 Home Telephone pfd 80.60
SO Associated Oil , 45.50
I 7000 Cleveland Oil 7.auM
' 10"0 Cleveland Oil 8.0»M
I 1000 Consolidated Midway 2Vi
, won Consolidated Midway '-'■*
3000 Consolidated Midway Hl*
•40 Mexican P. Lid. com *>.'•>
10 Mexican P. Ltd com 35.t>-'
--10 Union *■*>*
10 Union H «™
US Union *»•'»
20 Union I'rov. Co 98.00
1000 Oleum Dev. Co <«»»
4000 Oleum Dev. Co w
. AiTEKNOON Mil
1000 Cal Midway «Vi
1000 Cal. Midway, B-30 °11/ Si
2000 Cal Midway 61
2000 Cal. Midway JJH
3000 Cal. Midway 61 ■'»
SOuO Cleveland «.6uM
60 Mexican P. Ltd , com 35.50
20 Mexican P. Ltd. com 36.t>214
20 Union WO.IX)
8000 Oleum Dev. Co vi
OFF BOARD—
5000 Cons. Midway *)%
' li.V.NIi STOCKS
Bid. Asked.
American Savings Bank 100.00 .....
Bank of Southern California 107.00
Broadway Bank and Trust ....150.00
Central National Bank 170.00
Citizen* National ........'. 2184.00 230.00
First National 482.50 610.00
German American Savings ....325.00 33500
Globe saving. Bank 125.00 160.00
Home Savings Bank of L. A. ...116.00
Merchants National 660.00
National Bank of California.... 190.00
National Bank of Commerce... 107.00
Security Savings Bank ..... 400.00
The Southern Trust Co 74.50
(50 per cent paid up)
U. S. National Bank 145.00
INDUSTRIAL AND PUBLIC ITILITIHS .
Bid. Asked
California Portland Cement Co 60.00 , .....
Edison Electric pfd 68.00 70.50
Edison Electric com 60.50
Hawaiian Coin & Sug 32.00 ;vi:,,.
Home Telephone pfd 80.1214 30.6214
Home Telephone common 4.00
Hutchinson 8 P Co 15.00 17.00
L. A. Athletic Club lo.Oj
L. A. Brewing C 0... 100.00
L. A. Investment Co- 8.30 *■*!
Paauhau S P Co > 17.00 18.00
Pacific Mutual Life Ins Co 800.00
Pac Con Stone Co 6.30
Pasadena Home T & T Co ..... 24.00
Santa Monica B H T pfd 10.00 12.60
Sun Drug Co 1.00
Title a & Trust Co pfd 280.00
Title I & Trust Co pfd 176.00
Title I & Trust Co com 176.00 .....
Title I & Trust ser C 176.00
Union Security Corp pfd 100.
Whlttler Home T T Co 90.00
BONDS
Bid. Asked.
American Petroleum Co 68
Associated Oil Co 96 100
California Pacific Ry 100%
Corona City Water Co 98
Corona Power & W Co 96 102
Cueamonga Water Co 100 10^%
Edison Elec Co Ist R 100V4
Edison Electric Co old Issue 106
Home Telephone Co 82 85
Home Telephone Co Ist rfdg.. .. 75
L A Elec Co 99
L A Gas & Eleo Co 101
L, A Pac Ist con mtgs 105
L A Pacific Ry gen con.. 101
L A Pacific By Ist Refdg 99
L A & Pasadena El Ry 101
L A Railway Co 105
L, A Traction Co s 101 110
L A Traction Co 6s 101 lot!
Mexican Nafl Gas Co .. M
Mission Trans & R Co 98 93
Pac Elec Ry Co lot
Pac Lleht & Power Co 95% 11854
Pasadena Home T & T Co 75
Pomona Con Water C 0... lU2'/4
Riverside H T * T Co 76
Santa Monica Bay H T Co Jif
San Diego Homo Tel Co 71
San Diego H T & T Ist mtgs.. .. 73
Temescal Water Co 103
Union Transportation Co 89%
U 8 Long Dist T & T Co 65 80
Vlsalla Water Co 95
Whlttler Home T & T Co 90
OIL Mill US
PRODUCERS— Bid. Asked.
Amalgamated Oil 24.00
American Crude Oil Co .60
American Pet" Co pfd 93.
American Pet Co com 66.00 67.25
Associated Oil 45.50
California Midway Oil Co 63 .61Vi
Central l.» !■»
Cleveland Oil Co 8.50 M 9.'«> M
Consol Midway Oil Co t.% .20%
Continental Oil M
Euclid Oil Co •*"
Fullerton Oil • 6.10
Globe os -M
Jade Oil Co 30 .;Ci
Mexican Pet Ltd pfd 68.00 , 73.00
Mexican Pet Ltd com 86.50 85.6214
Mascot Oil Co 3.00
New Pennsyl Pet Co 50 .70
Ollnda Land Co (Oil) .55
Palmer Oil Co 1-67H 1.75
Perseus Oil Co -20
Final Oil Co MOO
Piru Oil & L Co 20
Rice Ranch Oil Co .48 .80
Traders' Oil Co ....' 90.00
Union 99.87% 100.08
Unidn Provld-mt Co 98.00
United Oil Co 78%
Western Union 80.00
NON-PRODUCERS-
Oleum Development Co 02% .03
DAILY MINING call
Sales— Johnnie 14.
LISTED STOCKS
CALIFORNIA- Bid. Asked..
Cal Hills M Co "3%
Consolidated Mine. Co B.OOM DOOM
NEVADA—
Johnnie Mng & Milling Co 14
« » »
BT. LOUIB WOOL
ST. I.<UIS, Dec. I. Wool unchanged; me
dium grades combing and clothing, ?.-;'<e
230; light fine. 20<jfl!2c.; heavy fine, 16t/>
17o; tub washed. 20®JSo.
STOCK EXCHANGE NOTES
Paul B. Hnmnvnd, who represents I!arrfll
& Co. on the exchange, Is making a record
by Increasing Interest In hnnk sticks and
bonds. Ho Is om; of the n"\v members and
an active trader.
ir V. divert will represent Byron lirken
breoker on Iho exchange In the future. The
latter has never l>rr-n an active member on
account r,r other buslno-w.
The bond li-t looked better yesterday than
at any timo in months, and ther4- wa- :>
noticeable Increase In Inquiries, tho result
hfinif more quotations on tho board than
usual.
While trading was centered In oil securi
ties, there was frequent shifting or activities
to the other IIMs on tho board, the Industrials
borne in evidence tbroughowl tho day.
Sales wore limited In these, lists, but re
port had it tl-at vigorous trading was in
progress off board nnd among curb brokers.
SAN FRANCISCO STOCK
AND BOND EXCHANGE
, • ■ i
Special service to Th« Herald by .T. C. Wil
son. 213 West Fifth street, Los Angeles, mem
ber New York stool: exchange, Chicago- board
of trade, slock and bond exchange of San
Francisco.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 9.—Following were
the closing quotations:
MISCELLANEOUS BONDS— Bid. Asked.
Alameda Artesian W Co 6s 100
American River Elec Co 5s ''■'
Associated Oil Co 65..... 96H 99
Bay Counties Power Co 6s lHi
Cal Central Gas & Elec 6a 100H
Cal Gas & Eleo gen M&CT 55.... "' 99>£
California St Cable Co 5s 10H4
California Wine Association 65... S'H, 91',i
City Electric Co 6s 89% 90
Contra Costa Co 6s 97V»
do gen mtg Gs m%
Edison Elec Co of L A 5s 99
E I .hi Pont de Nem Pdr 4><,s 80%
Ferries Cliff House Ry 6.1 101 .
Hawaiian Cml & Sugar 6s 1"0,4
Honolulu R T & L Co 6s 100 106
Lake Tahoe Ry & T Co 6s 105
Los Angeles Elec Co 6s 98
Los Angeles Gas'& Elec Co 55.... 98
Los Angeles Gas & Elec Corp 55.. MM
Los Angeles Railway 6s 105'
Los Angeles Lighting gd 6s 100
L A*Pac R R Ist con mtg 5s 102
L A Pac It R of Cal 6s 10014
Marln Water & Power Co 6s 100-74
Market Street Cable 6s 102%
do Ry Ist cons mtg 6s 100
M V & Mt Tamalpais 8 Ry 5s 10214
Northern Ry Co of Cal 6s 112
Northern Cal Railway 6s 100
Northern Cal Power Co 6s 97
Northern Cal Power Con 6s 91&
Northern Electric Co 6s 95
Oakland Gas Light & II 6s 101 103
Oakland Transit Co 6s K>S\i
Oakland Transit 6s 103V4 104
Oakland Transit Con 6s 1"14
Oakland Traction Con 6s _. 98 ...
Oakland Traction Co 5s '..... 92 93
Oakland Water Co gtd 5s 94»4 95
Omnibus Cable Railway 6s 106
Pacific Gas Imp 'Is '■"'-
Pacific Electric Ry Co 6s , I"
Pacific Light & Power Co Bs 99
do guaranteed 6s 100V4 -
Pacific Tel & Tel Co 6s 99% 100
Park & Cliff House Ry 6s 100 ••
People's Water Co 5s 68% 69
Powell Street Railway 6s 99
Sacramento Klec Gas & Ry 6s 10Hi
San Joaquin Lgt & Power 6s 86V4 ■■
S F Oak & San Jose Ry 6s 10j 106%
do 2d mtg 5s •*
8 J & Santa Clara R R 4>.i» •• «
Sierra Ry of Cal 6s 100 . 106
S P R R of Cal 6s 1912 1021,
do Ist c gtd g 5s 110
S P Branch Ry of Cal 6s 12&Va ••
SPR RCo Ist rfdg 4 3 KM 9b!4
Stockton Gas &El Corp 63 106 V. •■
I V Water Co gen mtg 4s 90 SWV4
United Gas & Elec Co 5s 95% ..
United RRofS F4s 66% 67
Valley Counties Power Co 6s 99 100
WATER STOCKS-
People's Water pfd » *'
Marin County "J* • $}„
Spring Valley Water C 0....... 60% El<4
GAS & ELECTRIC STOCKS-
City Electric Co 56 »| ■
N Cal Power Co Con ....» 03% 65
Oro Water LAP Co 63 "
Pacific Lighting Corp com 71
INSURANCE STOCKS-
California Insurance Co n s»
Fireman's Fund •■ »J ■•
Pacific Coast Casualty Co .......160 178
STREET RAILROAD STOCKS-
Presidio "■*
POWDER STOCKS-
E I dv Pont de Nem pfd 83 . ;
do common • "J
Giant Consolidated Co "
SUGAR STOCKS-
Hawaiian Coml & Sugar Co B.W ••
Honokaa Sugar Co •• «•
Hutchlnson Sugar Plantation 15
Kilauea Sugar Plantation Co 12
Makawell Sugar Co ■» 1™
Onomea Sugar Co °° •■
Faauhau SP Co "*•. »
Union Sugar Co ••
OIL STOCKS-
Amalgamated Oil Co 2«J4 £
Associated Oil 4?,£ " v
Palmer Oil Co I<*1 <* "J
Sterling- Oil & Dcv Co «*
West Coast Oil pfd J"J»
"mI^LL^NeSuS-STOCKS"";; £
ffIS«SS fflgH::-S JS
California Wine Association 45% 45%
North Alaska Salmon Co 96 106
Pacific Auxiliary Fire Alarm .. "
Pacific Coast Borax Co 1&5 ■•
Pac Tel & Tel pfd " tf
do common • „
MornC e!es&-100 CcS£^"Tr^ Co"s,
9 o"?0W»S V Water -'" 1000 Oakland Water
£" *™im People's Water 5s 69; 85 Associated
Oil 4W4; 300 Cal Wine 4514; 20 Oro Water bJ.
Afternoon sales-2000 People's Water 5s 89.
60 Cal X W. 76 Hawaiian 32%; 20 Hutch-
Inson 15; 190 S V Water
PACIFIC COAST TRADE
rant FRANCISCO, Dec. 9.—Beans—Pink,
J5 4».40; lima, M.«? 4.50; small whtte, fi.l*
";:;;;:^-Fancy, w^r^Sr^
i»«i »5. o-niilr 4f£sc: cucumbers, Wot-to.
™ Ss:fb™ ri6^!sof^nsbr^lo;
d'^^'^ yd^f yjjng/^io; g-e,
tras, $5,404*5.80; Oregon and Washington, »i
eSe aylF hee Pd! lnfi.oK?«!°- sewing. *m
UoiVs- CReT»"o74®l.3o; white, MWUW
blMinstuff 3s 7lM| Idd^n gB . $«36; mixed feed
126028; -oiled barley ■ tao«i oatmeal. $4.2,;
2^"Cr^.. ffila ;
oat. wild, $B®9; oat. tame, $8011.50; alfalfa,
oluons IK; L 5; Z, mni. i«i "UM. W0;
wine, 62,100. • .
COFFEE AND SUGAR
i NEW YORK, Dec. —Coffee futures
closed weak at a net decline of 12 to 33
points Bales were reported of 46,500 bags.
Closing bids: December, $10.95; January,
110.90; February. $10. March. 110.81;
April, MO.Hi May. 10.70: June. $10.63;
July $10.66; August, J10.61; September,
$10.46: October and November, $10.37.
Spot coffee quiet; No. 7 Rio. 18Wc; San
torn No 4. 13 7-Sc.
Mild'coffee quiet; Cordova. 13%®14%0 _
Haw sugar firm; muscovado, 89 test, $3.55;
centrifugal, 96 test, $4.05; molasses sugar,
Si test, $3.30.
Refined sugar steady.
» « »
BUTTER, EGGS AND CHEESE
SAN FRANCISCO. Dec. it.— Butter— Fancy
creamery, 3Hc; second*, 30c; fancy dairy, 2so.
Cheese—New, [email protected]; Young America, 16V4
He.
].; K gs—Ranch, 42Vic; store, 41c.
CHICAGO, Dec. 9.— Butter—Steady; cream,
cries. 23<S28c: dairies, [email protected]
Kggs—Bteady; receipt*, 1120 cases; at mark,
rases Included, 19Vi&&!M>c; tlrsts, 31c; prime
firsts, 33c.
Cheese—Stoady; daisies, XH»®l3o; twins, 14
Cull'v Young Americas. l4U«u«n. Lone
Uorns, 14!i'al5o.
RETAILERS SELLING EGGS
AT 50 CENTS A DOZEN
Wholesalers Force Prices Up a
Cent-Sweet Potatoes
Drop to $2.25
The decline of 1 cent a dozen In fresh
ranch eggs Thursday was short lived. Fri
day the egg dealers drove tho price back
a cent, leaving the quotations at 16 and
42 cents respectively for fresh candle ana
case counts. Retailers sell to consumers
at 50 cents a dozen at these figures. The
market Is said to bo firm.
Cheese and Beans were firm at present
quotations.
No change In the potato list, except for
sweets, which declined to $-.25 flat.
Dealers state that the markets will be
well provided with fresh fruits for Christ
mas and New Year's.
Plenty of fish of all varieties in the mar
ket.
Receipts of produce were: Eggs, »i
cases; butter, 12,885 pounds: cheese, l^is
pounds; potatoes, 2430 sacks; onion 3^'J
sacks; sweet potatoes, 161 sacks; apples,
182 boxes.
PRODUCE PRICE".
Following are the official prices of pro
duce to retailers as compiled by the Market
Reporter:
BUTTER— price to trade. 2',4c
higher. California creamery, extras, 36 Vie;
do firsts, 32Vic; cooking, £T»c; ladle, 25c,
EGGS —Local ranch, candled, 46c; do ease
count, buying price, 42c; eastern fresh, 3b'c;
eastern storage, packed extra, 3Ofc34c.
CIIEi'.SE-Southeru, per lb., 18c; northern,
per lb., 18©18 HO! northern storage, per lb.,
17c; eastern, singles, per lb., ISO! eastern,
twins, per lb., 18c; eastern Cheddars, per
lb., 19920 c; eastern, horns, per lb., 19e; east
ern, daisies, per lb., 19c; Oregon, twins, per
lb., 21c; Oregon, daisy, per lb., 18SW4CJ
Swiss Imported, per :b., 32c; Swiss domestic,
block, per lb., 22ij24c; Swiss domestic, wneel.
•er lb., 21Jj24c; cream brick, per lb., 15<320c;
nmburger, per lb., V■■■"■<■. Roquefort, per 18..
J6©4oc; Edam, per case, $BW*.
ONIONS — Northern Australian Browns,
per cwt.. $1.75; Oregon, JI.SS; garlic, pei
lb Be. ' .
iiEANS-No. 1 pink, $6.00; No. 1 llmas.
to 0055.25; Lady Washington, [email protected]; No.
1 small whites, $4.04;-No.- 1 Garvanza, $4.60;
No. 1 California lentils, $7.00.
POTATOES-Hlghland, cwt., $1.85; Nevadas,
$1.75; Lompojs, 52.25; Salinas, $2.20; Early
Hose, northern, s^"j; local Early Hose, $I.M;
new potatoes, box, $1.00; yellow sweets,
$2.25.
DRIED FRl'lTS—Apples—EvßOorated. lb..
lOSllc; apricots. . lb., [email protected]; currants,
10., 10c; do pug., ;i«1(ic; dates, Fard, 60»,
lb., lie; do 12s, 12c; do Golden, 60s, lb., 8c;
do pkg., 9e; flea, black and white, per lb.,
6^[email protected]%<;; do white, 6-oz. pkgs.. -60s, $I.Bo©
2; do 12-01., 12p. [email protected]; do 16-oz., 10a.
pkg., $1; do 16-oz. cartons, 12s, DOc; nec-
Urines, lb., 10c; peaches, lb., BV4©7Hc; pears,
ib 10®12%c; plums, lb., 10c; prunes,. 30-40s,
lie- do 40-50s. 10'-c; do 60-60s; 9&c; do
60-70S, 9c; do 70-SOs, 8c; do 80-9 Os;
7V4c; do 90-lOOs, 7c; do sacks, Keltic; raisins,
Sultanas, bleached, lb., 10c; do unbleached,
lb., r/as', : c; seeded raisins, 10-oz. pkgs., 7c;
do 12-oz. pkgs., 6c; London layers. 2 crown,
20-lb box, $1.15; do 3-crown, 20-lb. box,
$1.25; do 4-ci'own, 20-lb. box, $1.60; loose
muscatels, , 2-crown, 6c; do 3-crown, 5V4c;
do 4-crown, 6c; citron, 16c; orange and lem
on peel. He.
FRESH FRUlTS—Citrus— tanger
ines, $1.75; do navels, [email protected]; lemons, *■<&
3.50; grapefruit, seedless, ii.bO; do seedlings,
n APPLES-Baldwln, 4-tler. $1.76; belieneurs,
APPLES—Baldwin, 4-tler, $1.76; bellelleurs,
4-ticr. 11.1501.16; do 4H-tler, $l©l.lo; B<-'n
Caps. 4-tier. f1.60: do 4'/4-tler. $1; Ben Davis.
4-tier, $1.60; do 4}4-tler, $1.25; Gano, 4-tler,
Colorado, $2; Greenings, 4-tier, $1.25; do
4V4-tler, $1.10; Hoovers, 4-tier, $1.60; do 4!4
--tler, $1.15; Jonathans, 4-tier, $2.23!§2.00.
Langf'jrds, 4-tler, [email protected]: Missouri Pip
pins, $1.25; do 4%-tler. $1.10; Pearmains,
White Winter, 4-tier, $1.25; do 4t4-tter, $1.10;
Pearmalns. red. 4-tler, $1.10; do 4Vtier, $1.10;
Rome Beauties, 4-tier, [email protected]; Smith's
Cider, 4-tier, $1.35; do 4%-tler, 75c; Spilzon
burg, 4-tler, $203. Yellow Newton Pippins,
4-tier, $1.35; do 4'i-tler, $1.15.
MISCELLANEOUS—AIIigator pears, doz.,
$4®6; bananas, per Ib., 4Vfcc; blackberries, per
basket, 12c; cranberries, per bbl., $13.00;
strawberries, per basket, 14c; casabas, per
crate, {2.25; Christmas melons, $2.00. .2.25;
grapes, per box, lI.tSQI.SUi pineapples, 8c;
peaches, per box. [email protected]; pears. Winter
Nells, per oox, $2.25; Bartletts, $2.50; per
simmons, per crate, J1.604y1.76; pomegranates,
per crate, $1.50.
VEGKTAULKS—Northern artichokes, doz.,
$1.25: green asparagus. 15c lb.; bell peppers,
lb., r.'i/Cc; beets, doz. bunches, 35c; beans, 7IS>
9c; cabbage, sack, 75c; red cabbage, 3#3V4c Ib.;
carrots, doz. bunches, [email protected]; cauliflower,
crt., $1.50; celery, crt., $2.50; cucumbers, box,
$1.00; green corn, box, 05c; corn husks,
10c egg plant, lb., 6®6c; horseradish, lb.,
12V4c; okra, 5c lb.; lettuce, crt., 60(U:76c; peas,
[email protected]; parsley, dozen, 25c; northern strawberry
rhubarbs, box, $1.75; spinach, dozen. 20c;
sprouts, 6c; summer squash, lug box, 409
50c; young onions, doz., 25c; turnips, doz.,
bunches, 20c; tomatoes, [email protected]; yellow, $1.
NUTS— Fancy IXL »lmonds. lT&c Ib.; bra
zils [email protected] lb.; cocoanuts, 90c; filberts, 140
lb.; pecans. XX, 15c; do XXX. 16c lb.;
eastern peanuts, [email protected]',40 lb.; do Japan, GVf>c;
plnenuts, 18c; No. 1 assorted walnuts, [email protected];
do budded, iS&l'Jc; eastern popcorn, cwt., $4;
do local, $3.60.
RlCE—Fancy Honduras (Carolina), $6.75
cwt.; choice Honduras (Carolina). [email protected]'S.:;o;
Japan grades, [email protected]; Island, $5.E0; broken,
$3.50.
HONEY—White water extracted, 9c lb.;
do white, BMiC; do light amber, Sc; comb,
water white, 1-lb. frames. 18c; do white,
17c; 9a light amber, 14e; beeswax, SOo lb.
LIVE STOCK— pay f. o. b Los
Angeles for beef steers, [email protected]%c; beef helf
jrs, [email protected]; beef calves, 6^©6c; mutton
wethers, $305.50; mutton ewes, [email protected]; mut
ton lambs, [email protected]; hogs, lie.
POULTRY— live, 27c lb.; large
hens, 4 lbs. up, 22c lb.; do small, 2!/j!}f3i/i
lbs.. 17c lb.; broilers, 1 to 114 lbs., 26c lb.;
frlern, 1% to 3 lbs., 21c lb.; roast chickens,
25c )b.; ducks, 25c lb.; geese, 23c lb.; squabs,
$1.50 doz.; old roosters, 16c lb.
CHlLl—Evaporated, strings, 30c Ib.; green,
4c lb.; chill teplns, 75c lb.; Japan, 16c;
ground, Be.
HAY (baled)— The following quotations fur
nished by the Los Angeles Hay Storage Co.
—Barley, $12.50®14.60; tame oat, ton, $14S»
16.60; alfalfa, ton, $13.50&)l!.50; wheat hay.
H4(j 18.
MILL FEED—Bran, $1.55; whole corn, $1.75;
cracked corn, $1.80; feed meal, $1.35; rolled
barley, $1.15; oil cake meal. $2.50; shorts,
{1.80; Kaffir corn, $1.75; white oats, $1.85;
eastern red oats, $2.26; wheat, original sacks,
cwt., $1.90; wheat, 100-lb. sacks, $1.95.
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK
CHICAGO, Doc. 9.—Cattle—Receipts esti
mated at 3000; market steady; beeves, H. 400
7.20; Texas steers, $4.10©5.30; western steers,
t4.1.M; Mockers and feeders, $3.L'r.M;..1i0;
cow« and heifers, [email protected]; calves, $709.
Hogs—Receipts estimated at 18,000; market
generally 10c up; light, [email protected]; mixed, $7.26
heavy, 17.26®7.85; rough, 17,1697.40;
good to choice heavy, [email protected]; pigs, 6.75W
7.65; bulk of sales, [email protected]'7.60.
Bheep— Receipts estimated at 10,000; mar
ket strong to 100 higher; native, $2.50iff14.40;
western, [email protected]; yearlings, 14.254*5.50;
lambs, native, $4.2596.50; western, $4.755*6.E0.
TEACHERS WILL DISCUSS
FOREIGN LANGUAGE PLANS
Teachers In the local schools will discuss
the plan to legalize the teaching of foreign
languages in Intermediate schools at a con
ference called by Mark Keppel, county super
intendent of schools, this morning In the audi
torium of the Polytyechnic high school.
Under the present law Intermediate schools,
the course* of which include the last two
years of elementary and the first year cf high
school work, are prohibited from teaching
either modern foreign or ancient languages.
Ax thi.i Is the class of schols suggested for
the east aide the necessity of an amendment
to the law is urged. The proposal to amend
the teachers' law by providing for Indefinite
tenure will also be discussed.
BRINGS COAL FROM ORIENT
With a cargo of 11-4*o tons of bituminous and
300 tons of anthracite coal from the orient,
which will compete with New Mexico and
Colorado coal In this and adjoining states, the
steamship M. :- Dollar of the Dollar line Will
arrive in I. os Angeles harbor Tuesday. The
coal la tor the Crescent "Wharf and Warehouse
company. Th» cargo also includes oak logs
and miscellaneous merchandise.
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.
CHICAGO, Dec. 9.—Wheat—A range of %c
in the active trading future, about as much
abuve as uelow yesterday's closing levels,
tells the volume of trade in wheat today.
Trade was almost as narrow as the fluctua
tions, but stubbornness was disclosed on
cither sid". Conditions not materially dif
ferent from yesterday, harvest is under way
and favorable conditions In Argentina and
cargoes are being offered freely In Europe at
easier prices. Dry weather conditions in the
winter wheat belt In this country, with the
result that cash wheat is firmly held every
where, although the demand keeps very poor.
Primary receipt! larger than a year ago, part
of increase 'lue to strike northwest and part
due to larger marketings southwest, where
arrivals are over three times as large as a
year ago and were stimulated by the recent
snows. Whtli the buying today was quietly
done, it was persistent and on a scale down
by brokers and commit houses who usu
ally act tor larger elevator Interests.
Corn ruled generally higher, December gain
ing material!) on th« deferred months, but
none of the futures holding their entire early
gains. There was further selling by Influ
ential Interest! a good part of the day. Koine
of the I cal longs took advantage of the
early sew ell to unload. Dec-, m. er tightness
due to the general complaint of car scarcity
coming from country dialers. Receivers here
i-ay receipts would be double if cars we.
available.
< tats ttade not large. There was some cov
ering early by t-horts, who were Influenced by
strength in corn. Moderate selling pressure
paused a reaction later from' high prices,
most if early fractional advance being lost.
Liberal trade In provisions. January shorts
did a lively dance, longs pioddel the Bliorts
in all months and supplied them with product
leisurely on the swells and there was ma
terial progress in the way of upward ad
justment of product to hog prices.
MARKKT RANGES
WHEAT— Open. High. Low. Close.
December $ .9-' $ .9.' $ .91% $ .01%
May 96 .9ti<* .95% .95%
July aSVi .93% .98 .931,
CORN—
December 4B>,i .461, .45% .45%
May 47U .47% .4714 .47%
Juy 4 3 Vi .1814 .48 .4SV»
OATS—
December .31% .31% .31% .31%
May 34V* .34% .34 .34U
July 34Vi .34>.» .3oJi .3»Vs
PORK—
January 18.50 18.75 18.60 18.75
May 17.46 17.75 17.45 17.70
LARD—
December 10.10
January 9.97 10.12 >.».' 10.10
May 9.82 9.93 9.82 9.»3
RIBS—
January 9.87 9.95 9.77 9.96
May 9.50 9.62 9.60 11.62
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour-
Steady. No, 2 rye, SlVic; feed or mixing bar
ley, [email protected]; fair to choice malting. 83©S8c.
Flax seed—No. 1 southwestern, 12.33; No. 1
northwestern, 82.46. Timothy seed, $10. Clover,
$14.75. Mess pork, per brl, [email protected]; lard,
per 100 lbs, Jin-Hi; short ribs, Sides (loose),
19.62H51025; short clear sides (boxed), $10®
10.26.
Grain sttalstlcs: Total clearances of wheat
and flour were equal to 171,000 bu. Exports for
the week, as shown by Bradstreet's, were
equal to 3,498,000 bu. Primary receipts were
628,000 bu, compared with 252.000 bu the cor
responding .lay , a year ago. Estimated re
ceipts for tomorrow: Wheat, 17 cars; corn,
27 cars' oats, 22 cars; hogs, 13,000 head.
DAILY MOVEMENT OF PRODUCE
Articles. Receipts. Shpmts.
Flour, brls 13,100 13,100
Wheat, bu 16,600 , 10,6't)
Corn, bu 527.500 109,
Oats, bu 421,200 206,300
Rye, bu 2,500
Barley, bu 78,000 28,000
Flr"r^v C a ? slv' I Los Angeles Office I ho™* I™.,
wire House. • g Hotel Alexandria | Maln 6006
-———- 212 West Fifth Street ■""-
Francisco I f Uf Q| Iflf Coronado
Mills Bldg. Jl Ul IVBkVUII During
Palace Hotel B> G> LATHROP, Manager. Winter
■■gi^^i^mss^Ba Correspondents r"Hf—' "'""—>
Member 1 Harris, Winthrop & CO. I -„. Member .
New York Stock I r I Chicago Board
Exchange. | New York. Chicago. I'arl<. London. 1 of Trade.
• CLEARING HOUSE BANKS
NAME OFFICERS >
U, „ „ „ ,T5 1 IBAIAS W. HULL.HAN. PruldMt.
nited States National Bank r. w. smith. c*«hier. i
capital. 1200,000. I
B. 'B. corner Main and Commercial. Eurplt and Profits. 178.000.
*±7~. T! '. 7^ i K. J. WATERS. President.
|liti2ens National Bank . K. J. WATERS, President
ltizens National Bank wm. w. woons, cashier.
I- Capital. $1,000,000.
U B. W. corner Third and Mala. Surplus. $600.000. -- ■ ■;
. , .. I . r, _, ' W. A. BONYNOB. *-■•
Commercial National Bank newman essick. cashier.
Capital. 1200.000.00.
401 8. Spring, corner Fourth. Sui-p'us & Undivided Profits. 84T.Ma.el
_. ~__ T -. .. , ,-, , I. W. HiiLLMAN, President.
■ armers & Merchants National Bank cha^' p-3 seyt.er. cashi«.
m . . Capital. $1,600,000.
Corner Fourth and Main. Burplur and Profits, 81.»0O,00». <
F" ..... t, i i. M ELLIOTT. President,
tret National Bank . w. t. s. iiammond. cashier.
Capital stock. $1,500,000. <
B. E. corner Peeond and Spring. Surplus and Profits, $3,300.000.
~ -. .. , „ . W. H. HOLLIDAY, President.
chants National Bank chas orisene, cuhiar.
Cf tal. $200,000.
B. E. corner Third #.nd Spring. Surplus and Undivided Profits. t»W.m
"i^ ~. i~~i3 i i r>,li(r; a '• B- FISHBURN, Presldeat.
ational Bank of California H _ s Mc ;. Bi casnier.
11l Capital. $503,000.
W N. 15. corner Fourth and Spring. Surplus and Undivided Profits, $308tOMa
C, „, •- , „ . S. F. ZUMBHO, President,
entral National Bank jamks b. gist, cashier.
Capital, JJCO.OOO.
B. E. corner Fourth and Broadway. Surplus and Undivided Profit*. $148.081
T"* T; 1 7~~Zr T7Z~~ZT~ZZ7. WARREN OILLELEN, Prestdeat.
roadway Bank & Trust Company 4. w BEDMAr, cashier.
Capital. 1250,000.
jn«-SlO rrroadwav. Tlraiibilrv Buildlns; Sumliin «nd TTndlvld».l Pronto. S?4T.OBt
LOS ANGELES SAVINGS BANKS
Livings ISAXIC
Largest and Oldest in the Southwest
»™°™ $29,000,000.00
Four per cent Interest on Term deposits; S per rent on Special (ordinary) deposits.
Largest and Best Equipped .Safe Deposit and Storage Depart*
ment in the West. Free Information Bureau.
Security Building Spring and Fifth Streets
[ERIUHAMffIUXIIMS BANK
—2KP*' ' THE. BANK WITH THE '■■B^jffl""'
Jjr EFFICIENT SEfIVIGE,
% SPRING ANO FOURTH JTS. 1^
1
Merchants Bank and Trust Co. Sit ££
JYff cJ.'.th Hoover street. 209-11 S. Broadway ta^T^y I.^S.m"'^]
HARNESS™ •..■„,„.*£;&££'.««.». SADDLER^
FRUIT MARKET
SAN FnANftSCO. Deo. 9.— Fancy apples,
Rf>c; common, 40c.
Berrieß-Strawborrles. $3©R; hucklobnrries.
i axpLerrles, nominal; cranberries, tj«
Grapes— Ordinary, |[email protected]
Pears, Common, ~t>r.; fancy, Ills.
Pomegranates—7sc '(($1 18,
PersimmonW&STjc.
Oranges—Navels, [email protected]
Mexican —94.5006.
Lemons—Common California, $2.
Tropical fruits—Banana*. [email protected]; pineap
ples, J2S2.DO.
CALIFORNIA DRIED FRUITS
NEW YORK. Dec. 9.—Evaporated apples
firmly held with small offering*; spot, fancy
Is quoted at 12©121-4o; choice, lie; prime,
D V Q 10 l-4c.
Prunes stronar on reports that western
operators are buying in the pastern markets,
quotations ranging from «Vi to 10% c for
California* up to 30-40s, and 8 1-4<3>loc for
Oregoris to 00-801.
Apricots Inactive, but steady with little
pressure to sell; choice, 13013 l-4c; extra
choice, 13 Viifl ISlic; fancy, 13%' a 1
Poaches in better demand and prices are
firm; choice, 7 1-4®7%0; extra choice, 11-4
©BHc! fancy, &M&9C.
Rail us quiet, with buyers holding off on
account of the firmness In prices. T*ooso
muscatels are quoted at 5 [email protected] l-4o; choice
to fancy seeded, 6 l-4557'/4c; seedless, 63
tei London layers, [email protected]
FLOUR AND FEED
Followlns; are the wholesale price* for
(lour and feed as quoted by the Glob* Grain
and Milling company. Los Angeles:
FAMII.T FLOUR
A-l flour, per barrel 16.10
A-1 flour retails at $1.65 per % and
Ssc por V 4 rack-
Globe flour, per barrel 9,09
Globe flour retails at $1.80 per M and
95c per H sack.
Silver Star flour, per barrel 6.00
XXX flour, per barrel 4.40
Eighth barrels 20c per barrel higher.
BAKERS 1 FLOUR
Globe flour, per barrel $9.10
Eastern graham flour, per barrel 6.20
Eastern whole wheat flour, per barrel 6.20
Eastern rye flour, per barrel 6.00
Bakers' A-l flour, per barrel 6.40
Magnolia Bakers 6.10
Bakers' pastry flour, per barrel 4.90
MEALS AND CEREAL GOODS. PER 10»
POUNDS
5 lbs. 10 lbs. 26 lbs. 60 lba.
A-l flour $3 60 $3.40
Pastry flour .. 3.40 3.20
Graham flour 1.10 $3.08 $8.09
corn meal, W&T 2.60 2.40 2.35 2.10
Whole wheat 8.20 8.15 1.10
Rye flour 8.60 1.45 1.40
Cracked wheat 8.70 1.15 1.60
Farina 8.70 8 65 3.60
Wheat flakes, per sack of SO lbs $1.65
Wheat flakes, per barrel of 125 lbs. net 4.15
GRAIN AND FEED
100 lbs.
Wheat, No. 1 $1.80
Wheat (100-lb. sack). No. 1 1.55
Corn .. .«••... 1.95
Cracked corn 1.65
Feed meal 1.70
Rolled barley 1.20
Seed barley 1.20
Shorts. 1.80
Eastern Willow charcoal 2.00
Small yellow corn 1.70
Alfalfa meal 1-10
Broom corn ..■••••... 1.50)
Bran, heavy t 1.55
Oil cake meal <• 2.50
White oats — 1.80
Rye seed 100
Egyptian corn, white 1.75
Scratch . food 1.90
Granite grit 70
Thick feed 2.70
Cracked wheat 1.95
lam shell 6i>
Oyster shell 1.1
Armour scrap 8.00
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