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FTN^VNCIAL-COMMERCIAL NEWS SPECIALLY REPORTED FOR THE CALL
ONE RESERVE BANK
ON COAST; FOR S. F.
"Official Prediction" Gives
This Cty One of the Ten
Regionals
to the Wall Street Jour
n! *- whose sources of Information are
• :s /R-lly authoritative in such cases - ,
!t , is "officially predicted" that under
<he new currency law only 10 federal
, 'reserve banks will be named at the
beginning and of these only one will
he located on the Pacific coast, and
that inVsan Francisco. This will, for
t:ie time being, dispose of the claims
of Los Angeles, Portland and Seattle,
hait when the number is increased
•either Portland or Seattle may be
- awarded a regional bank.
The list "officially predicted" ia as
follows: New- York. Boston, Chicago,
fct. Louis. Atlanta. New Orleans. Ban
Francisco. Minneapolis, Cincinnati
t and Baltimore. Among cities that
may be considered later are Phila
delphia and Denver.
It is stated that though none of the
New York national bank* has notified
W Hshington of Its desire to become a
fedora! bank, the likelihood of their
.loiuitrg is increased by the amended
section* relating to bank reserves and
refunding of bonds. Under most of
the former forms of fhe bill, the pref
erence enjoyed by banks of central
reserve cities over tlfe deposits of in
terior national banks was destroyed.
I tor it was provided that these de
; posits should not count as part of the
reserve of the interior banks. As the
j-ectjon on bank reserves has been re
written, country banks may keep a
Portion of their reserve in banks of
or central reserve cities, and
reserve city banks may keep a por
tion of their reserves in banks' of
central reser\-e cities for three years.
In ease a national bank does not
within 60 days signify its acceptance
of tl.e act, it is to cease to act as a
rettery* agent if the organization
committee or the federal reserve
hoasrd so decide. In that event the
balances of interior banks would in
evitably go to banks joining the fed-
The other great power that Wash -
, inpton may exert over national banks
in bringing them into the federal sys
tei is conferred by section 18, pro
>c for refunding of bonds. This
n was rewritten in its entirety
by the conference committee. It pro
■ ~'*-~hat member banks desiring to
ancel ineir circulation may sell their
ment bonds to federal reserve
hanks to tlie amount of $23,000,000
a vejer. Rut that privilege Is limited
to merrber banks; it ia not conferred
on «a ( ;onal banks staying out of the
leral system and taking— out state
l It. It. BONDS STHOXGER
United Railroads 4s showed a gain
of 1 point over the last previous sale,
when l onds of a par value of 14,000
sord or. the San Francisco Stock and
Hmnil exchange this morning at the
fate ..f |S3. California Gas and Elec.
trii unifying 6s were fractionally
s i.in/fr at $1)1.*-" a . Pacific Telephone
i-ticT TVegraph preferred was stronger
';-! skj> So
It« tii,, unlisted department General
Petroleum «s remained weak when
I I. 1 1 ' brought only a rate of (49.50
end single bond went fractionally
lower. ♦
* » #
SOI I'HER\ P4CIIIC FINANCING
I enraj is made by the Southern Pa - |
rifle ■ "tripany of the reports rerently j
- • i: -npbed from New York that the I
company is planning a f50.006.000 j
convertible bond issue for January.
It is stated that, while the company I
is ryorking out a financing plan, it'
wtlj .'o absolutely nothing in tne way
of financing in January.
•**♦■»
OILFIELDS EI.E4 TRIC LINE • '
News comes from San Luis Obispo
t W. F. Herly nf Petaliima and A.
T>. 3owen of San Franclsuo have
broached the proposition of tin elec
tric line firom that city to Bakersfield
and have outlined plans for a survey
Uto the most feasible routes.
A 'resting was held, at which Mayor
MV-AlliKter of Sail Luis Obispo .pre
sided and which was attended by>local
r>ustness men and capitalists, wheat
the proposition was given hearty ap
* sf #
GKK. rETROf.EI ■ SECFRITIES
The Mercantile Trust company of
San Franclfeco announces that it is
prepared to deliver interim certificates
in exchange for stock and bonds of
the General Petroleum company under
an agreement executed between the
company and the Western Ocean syn
dicate. Limited, of London. Kxcept in
unusual Instances, and then at the
option of the syndicate. General Petro
leum securities will not be received
after Wednesday. January 7. 1914.
* * *
CALIFORNIA RV. AND POWER
Th<» <*alifornia Railway and Power
company will redeem at par 1.000
shares of prior preference stock on
January 2, J914, in accordance with
the provisions of the certificate of
incorporation and resolution adopted
by the directors. The shares to be
< ailed are to be determined by lot,
and a drawing will be made by the
Bankers' Trust company. New York,
agent of the company for such pur
pose, from the list of holders of prior
preference stock of record, S p. m..
j >0,-ember 31. The shares so called
will not be entitled to receive divi
dends after that payable January 2,
•nd the holders of such shares will
be promptly notified.
m * #-.... m
ID %HO AND WASHINGTON R- R.
The Chicago, Milwaukee and St.
v»aul railway, it is stated, has offered
to purchase the Idaho and Washing
ton railroad, provided the holders of
the bonds and notes will generally
H . i ept * per cent debenture bonds of
- ( . Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul,
riu" 1334, in exchange, dollar for dol
lar This applies to the $3,390,000
firft mortgage 5 per cjgnt bonds;
$1 -on 000 five year convertible 6 per
«c r < note*, due 1915, and $729,000 four
year 8 per cent coupon notes, due
T r»-; s Nothing, it is said, will be given
lot the $5,000,000 stock.
H\\K fI.F.sRIXGS FOR VF.AR
Sau Francisco hank clearings for
TSli up to Tioon Saturday reached a
Brand total of $2,600,727.1*8. Charlea
sieeppr, manager of the San Francisco
clearing H">use association, estimated
that the clearings for the remaining
three business days of this year will
bring tlie total to approximately
J* f,22,000.000 The 1912 grand total
ivfls it" 67 7 5*1,*62. The 1811 toim was
jj.i27.o7r.ni"
CITI HALL IIOVDS OFFER FD
The Anglo and London Paris Na
tional bank is offering today $100,000
Ran Francisco Hty hall bond* in
denominations of $1,000. with matur
ities from 1317 to iB6O.
# * *
CsCIFIC < OAMT CI.EA RINGS
Pacific coast bank clearings for
Monday. December 29:
Clearings Balances
M i~ $2.14,VH".* $2<«i.Sf«>
7.12.32.1 65.77*
MOM 22.HW
UM AN BANK CLEARINGS
Local bank clearings, as reported
• c ?an Franrisco Clearing House
BpFociatlon, follow:
Monday, December 28.. $7,986,780.11
Pioneer Suffragist
Relieved to Be Ovine
—- — J <->
a, a..ociated Press.
YORK, Dec. 29— Mrs. Lillian
j/tevereux Black. 80. a pioneer in the
woman suffrage movement in this
country, who is 111 in an Knglewood,
j; j„ sanatorium. Is not expected to
live'through the day.
! Local Securities I
S. F. STOCK AND BOND EXCHANGE
SALES DECEMB ER-S0
Morning Session
$1,000 Pacific Tel A Tel 5s 80.25
$2,000 Cal Gas A El unifying 5s 91.02%
$4,000 United R B of S F 4s 52.00
$1,000 Spring Valley Water 4s 59.25
100 Pacillc- Tel A Tel tpfdi, s 10. 88.50
25 Ilrercan's Fund Insurance 229.50
MORNING QUOTATIONS
BONDS
Jr coup 45.110*4 — IK R Cal 55.105% —
Do 99 — |N Csl By s*. 103% —
Mlscellaneotis— jS Cal Pss 97 99
41a A Wss -- 100 I Do con 6s. — 88
esso Oil 6s. — q» |Sor Elec se. -- 92%
Bay CPC 5s — 100 bo Uil s*. 97% —
GAE Rs 99% — >, k Tran 65.103% —
CGE gm Be — 100 Do 5» — 102%
Do unf 6a 81% —1 Do coo ss. — 87
Cal Cn T6* 82% 87 0 Trac On 5* 82% —
j-al Ct 05a 99%101% .>nk W g 6s 9- —
.°* S L? L 6» — « Om Cable Bs. 9S —
,al Wine 6a — 98% Oro El 6e.. 89% —
Oltr KB 65.. — 81 Pac Glm 4s 87% 88%
C G Wat ss. — 100 pee GAB 6s. 84% —
Do gm 5a - 93 Pac El R s*. 100 100%
Ed lip 6s. — 108 Pac LAP ss. — 91
B dP 4%5. — Do gtd 6s. 93 »7
iTst Fed Ss.loo 103 Pac TAT ss. 96 9*%
Fer ACH 8s Bit — t'fc AOR 6s 99% —
"> West Pss 79 %80 Peop Wat i* — «9
Haw CAS 6* — 100 UacJtWd atSs 95%
Hon R T 65.100%103 Use EGArISs. 9»%101
L Tahoe 115s — — SJLA Ps* — 99
L Boh G 6s. 98 — Do 6», a -.A-102 —
LA GAB ss. 98 99%'4FNanAC os. — 100
Do Cor 8s 95 — [sierra Ry 6s — 99
L ARy 6s. — 108 SF,O A SJ5s — 97%
Do Cor 6s — 91% Do 3d m6s - 90
IAL gtd ss. — 104% Do Con 5* - 71
LAP lcra5».100%101 !«SJASC R4%s — 90
LAP gtd 6s — 95 gprj icmJg.lOft —
Marin W 5* SO% — I&PBR Cal 6a. 118% —
Mid Co G6* — 101 |H P Ist r 4s. 89% 89%
»V* MtT 6s 97% — 18YW g m 4s 89% 80%
Mktß IcaiSs 831, 87 URB of BF4« 51*4 62%
Nat Con ss. 4.. — Unit GAB S* — —
Val Co P ss. — 10u%
STOCKS
Water— ] Sugar—
Marin C 0... 60 — I Haw (I *J. 21 24
Peop W pfd — 48 Haw Sugar. — 24
S Val Wat. 51% 68 Houokaa ... — 4
Gas and Electric— Hutch SP . — 1*
N Cal P Cn 24 26 Kilanea S P — —
Oro El pfd. 22% 35 Onomea — 17%
Do com... — 106%jPaauheu ... — 12%
Pac Lt pfd. — 73% Union 13 —
Do com — — , Oil—
fnetrraace — ! atrial OH ... — —
Fire Fund. iabso Oil ... 38% 35%
Pac O Oas. — 87%11'ae Crude .. — "*se
Banks— 'Sterling OIL. — 1%
Amer Nat.. — 131 fnlon Oil .. 58 —
knglo-Cal T. ----- 125 W Coast pfd 80*4 —
Anglo A L. 142% — Miarellaneous—
Bnk of Cal. — 186 I Alaska P A. «9*i —
Hrst Nat... — — Armsby pfd.. — —
Mer Nat ..212% — IJal Fruit C0.112%114
say Ualoa. . — 250 I Cal St B R. — —
Inion TT..2325. — |Cal Wine pfd 804 S4
Savings Banks— Do com... 55%
ierman . .3275 SSOO iHunt B pfd. — 100%
Hmbt Sst. — 132%; Pac Anx FA — 4
Mutual Say. 80 — Par Brx pfd 63 —
JeeurKy ... —- 330 Do com... —
Powder- Pac TAT pfd 88 90
■ I duP pfd R4 — I Do com .. — 24%
Giant Con.. 85 — |Phll TAT. — 21%
Unlisted Securities
SALES DECEMBER 29
Morning Session
$4,000 General Petroseom Os 49.50
$1,000 General Petroleum 6* 49.37%
25 General petroleum 8.00
.MORNING yt'OTATIOSS
BONDS
Bid. Ask. Bid. Ask.
Alaska P Ss, — 104 iPsl Hotel «s 96**100%
Am RlrEl 5s 91% 99 I Pac P Cem«s 90% —
Arsn Oil ss. 77 85 SF GAE 4%s — BS%
Blue LW Sa.lOS — SF ANPSs — 100%
F.ay CPC Hs.lOS 104 CJLA P«s — 100
Cal N W sa. I*o% 101 SF &8J ss. 104% —
Nat. 100% — S P Coast 6s. — 93%
Gen Pet Ge.. 48% SO * Cal Bd 55.. 91 —
Mt Whit P«a — 98% 8 Yba W 6s — 104%
Natmo D 6* — 100 Sperry F 6s. — 100
Do Land6s 98% 90% Sun TAT ss. 104 104%
Do 2d «s.. 27 — Tur Irrig s*. — 90
OAAB 5e — 72 Union Oil 6s. 82 —
Oak Jt A se. 70 71 W Sacto 6*.. — 98
Orph Tli 6s. 101 103 'West Pac Me 74% —
Phil Tel 6s. — SS ITos Val Ps* 89 —
Do 3d 6s. 91% — I
STOCKS
Bid. Ask.! Bid. Ask.
Wafer— IMoßrirt* — 4%
Pr«p W com 1% 2*« Honolulu ... 22% *j
Gas and Electric— <Do .pool .. 21 22
0 C P pfd. 78% — Oahn 24% —
Noble Elec. — 3 Oil —
Oro Dor Co. 40 — [Gen Pet ... 7% R%
Par GAE pf. — 81 %< Hon© Oil .. .1 .SO 105
no com . 34% — ] Cement—
Weet P pfd — 64 JPac Port Co. 63% 70
Natomas Cn 1% — t RiT U p Co. 58 *s —
Be . om. .. — 6 IS Crux Gem.. 39 —
Insurance — (Stand P Om 19% —
Vulcan Fire. — 14 | Miscellaneous —
W S Life.. 7% B%' Buffalo Brew 60 75
Banks— ICal Cot Mills — 76
Meeh Nat... — 100 Hyp Lawn Co 2% —
Wells rarg.l7o 175 (Haw Pineapl — 3*%
French Am.. — I<K> IMascot Oop.. — 2%
Italian Am . — 132% Matsoo NaT. 110 —
Bk of Italy.l3l — Nat Ice Co.. — ta?
Street Railroads — Natomae Con. I 10
ICen Cal Tr. — 11 'Ocean Shore. 12% —
I Nor El pfd. 44% — JOrpbeum Th. 19 2<!
IDo com... 20 — Pae HAS pfd — 90%
1 Osk. AAE. — 10%1 Do com .25 —
!P S B R. .. 20% — |«perry F pfd — 80
SPOT — 43 Weed L Co. 65 —
Sugar— (West Pao Ry «% 7%
Ala Sugar. . — 17% W Sacto L. — 35
NEW YORK SUGAR QUOTATIONS
XFW YORK. Dec. St.—Raw sugar quiet.
Mnarorado, 2 centrifugal. 3.12(3
R.23c : molasses. 2.37®2.45c; refined quiet. Cut
loaf. s.3fsj; crashed. 5.20e: meld A. 4.8.V-;
cubes, 4.40 c; XXXX powdered. 4.30 V: pow
dered. 4.25 - fln" granulated. 4.15 c; diamond
A, 4.15 c; confectioners' A, 4.05 c; No. 1. 4.05 c.
FOREIGN GRAIN MARKETS
LIVERPOOL, Dec. 29.—Wheat—Spot steady,
futures weak. March. 7s id: May. 7* %d.
Hops in London—Pacific coaat. f5 12*®f« 16s.
World's shipments: Wheat—This week 10.
--560.000 bushels, last week 13.024.000 bushels,
last year 7,76«.f>00 bushel*. Corn—Thts week
2.345'.00«> bushels, last week 5.576,000 bushels,
last year 5.033.000 bushels.
Paris wheat closed unchanged to % lower.
Antwerp wheat closed % lower. Berlin and
Budapest wheat closed unchanged.
FLOUR AND GRAIN
, Quotations In Han Francisco this morning:
Flour (per ctl» —Net cash: California family
extras, $5.«0fa6: bakers' extras. $4.«5itt5.20;
superfine. 53.905i4.10; Dakotas. $6.40*87.40;
Kansas, $0&6.25.
Wheat "per ctP-Callfornia club, $1.52% a
L 55; northern wheat, blnestem. $1.67%®
1.70; Turkey red. $1.57%@1.65; red Russian,
$1.50®1.52%: club, $1.32%®1.35; forty-fold,
$1.56u1-57%.
Barley (per ct!)—Good to choice feed. $1.30
(21.32%; lower grades, $1.25411.27%: shipping
and brewing, $1.:.5' ( j1.40.
Oats (per ctlr—White, $1.42%®1.4?%; red
seed. [email protected]; black, $2.50®3; surprise.
$1.47%@1.50.
Corn I per ctll—Eastern to arrive. $1.69 for
yellow and $1.70f0r white; Egyptian, white,
$1.70®1.75; Kaffir, nominal.
Kre (per ctli—Oregon. $1.60(31.65.
! WEATHER REPORT I
SPECIAL CALIFORNIA REPORTS
SAN FRANCISCO, MONDAY. DECEMBER 29
n r j
j S|
1 ***
I
ikersfleld Fo_«y I 80 I 88 !6*1
reter iFoargy 48 j 84 [
ndsay Foggy ! 80 42 8 .'
■land jKoggy 62 40 XW
•oTlile jE0a;gy 52 I 84 i 1
tsadena I Clear 86 j 34 i
tmona Cloudy! 68 I 30 | j
irtrTTllla Tony 48 ! 88 !8W J
•dlanda , . iClear 62 84 |E
rerside jOear | 88 34 jE
vklln Clrtudyl 56 i 42 J j .i
n Bernardino iClear I 88 ! 30 E
Ufa Barbara Clear j 60 ) 40 ) j .<
n Francisco ICiondy! 54 j 46 | | .(
FORECAST
Forecast t'll 5 p. m.. PaelOe time. Tuesday:
F..r San Francisco. Oakland aod vicinity—
Rain tonight and Tuesday; brisk to high south
east wind.
For l alifornia porlh of Teharbap!—Rain to
night and Tuesday: brisk to high southeast
wind.
For California south of the Tehaehspt
rioiidy tonight. Tuesdsy probably rain; light
southwest wind.
For Nevada—Snow tonight and Tnesdsv.
For Sacramento valley—Rain tonight aod
Tuesday; brisk southerly wind.
For Santa Clara valley -Rain tonight snd
Tuesday, brisk southerly wind.
For San Joaquin valley—Rain tonight and
Tuesday; brisk southerly wind
WEATHER CONDITIONS
The storm noted off tbe northern coast last
night la moving eastward, causing a rapid fall
In pressure and clondy weather north of tbe
Tehaehap! and brisk to high southeast wind
along the coast from Point Reyes northward.
Another depression is central over th* south
eastern nnrtlon of the -country, giving light
rain Iv "he gulf stares and lower Mississippi
valley. In other districts the weather Is gen
erally fair. The temperature ha* risen along
the northern California coast. Southeast storm
warnings are displayed from Kan Fraaeleeo to
F:ureka for high wind along the coast, ren
ditions are fsrorable for rain In northern Cali
fornia tonight, extending over southern Call
fornla Tuesday with snow In tbe mountains and
Nevada.
0. H. WILLBON, Local Forecaster.
THE SAN FRANCISCO CALL AND POST. MONDAY. DECEMBER 2!), 1913
1 LOCAL PRODUCE I
■c- ' . c
RECEIPTS OF PRODUCE DECEMBER £0
Flour, qr aits... 686! Brand}, gals ... 2,500
Wheat, ctls ... I.SOOi Lime, bbls 260
Barley, ctls ... 719iLumber. XT. ft... 60
Oats, ctls flsks 6
Beans, sks .... 270| Leather, rolls ... .117
Corn, cUa I,3o7'Wine, gals ...^.32,000
Potatoea. sks .. s.o22!Cheese, ctls ..... 187
Onions, sks 250! Butter, ctls .... 631
Hay, tons 344* Eggs, doa 97,590
Straw, tons .... 5 j Coal, toos 30
Feed, sks 6001 Apples, bxs 512
Wool, bales 3iOrauges, bxs ... 280
Tallow, ctls ... 141 Paper, rolls 1.200
Pelts, bdls 1,951: Litne. bbls 91
Hide*. No 7411 Raisins, bxs ... 1.500
BTTTTEK. CHEESE AND EGGS
Quotations on the San l*lni inro Wholesale
Dairy Produce exchange:
Butter —Per pound:
Grades— Dec 21 Dec.26 Pec.27 Dec.29
Fresh extras 81 %c 82c 32% c 32c
Fresh firsts 29c 29c 29 %c 29%*
Eggs—Per doaea.
Grades— Dec.24 Dec.26 Dec.27 Dee.29
Fresh extras 43% c 48c 47c 48c
Selected pullets 42% c 43c 43c 44c
Cal. storage extras 35% c 35% c 35% c 35% c
Cbees.—California fancy flat*. 19c per lb;
firsts. 16c: fancy Young Americas, 17'. s c; do
firsts, 15c.
LOCAL FRUIT MARKET
Price* qnotM on the Sen Francisco wholesale
fruit market:
Deciduous Fruits —Apples, per box: Newtown
P-pplns. 4 tier. $1.50*31.75; 4% tier, $1.25®
1.35; belleflower, 4 tier, $1.60(a,l " 5 : *°
tier, $1.23ei.T3; Rhode Island greenings. 4
tier, $1.25«jj1.85: do 4% tier. $1; Delaware
rrds, 4 tier. $1.38®1.40; do 4% tier. $1.15(9
1.25; HooTer. 4 tier, $1.26<2L50: do 4% tier.
H*gLS6; Baldwin. 4 tier, $1.2561.50; «io 4%
tier. $1411.25; Oregon Spitzenbergs, V2O2.ZS;
do Jonathans, $1.50Q1.75; do Ben Davis, $1.50
©1.75.
Pears—Winter Nellls. $1.75®2.25.
Grapes iper crate) —All varieties, [email protected]
Huckleberries (per lb*—B(fl{oc.
Citrus Fruits (per box* —Lemons, standard,
choice, S4.s©*§3; fancy. $5.50®
6.23; lemonettea. [email protected]; grapefruit, seed
less. $3«ji4: limes, per care, $5.50'a4.50.
Oranges—Navels. fancy. $2.2562.50; do
choice. $1.25C<42.25; tangerines, [email protected]; man
darins, $1.2".4t1.50.
Tropical Fruits—Bananas. Hawaiian. $1.50
®2 per bunch; do Central American. 3*i«
4%c per lb; do Mexican. 2®U per_ lb : plue
apples, per doxen, Hawaiian, $1.5)6*5.
DRIED FRUITS AND NUTS
Prune*—lS 13 crop, bulk basis: 30-40s. ic;
40-ou*. 6%c; 50-nOs, t»; 60-708. 6c: 70-90s.
»%«; 70-SOs, 6c; 80-90s, 5%c; 90-lOOs, 5%c.
The above are for Santa Clara prunes, ootslde
sei-tions %c lower. 1012 crop stock worth
practically as much as the new crop,
other Fruits. Stand- Extra
50 lb boxes— ard. Choice. LTwdce. Fsney.
Evaporated Apples. 7%c 8c B%c 9c
Apricots 12c lHc 18% c ISc
Peaches 5c 5%e 6%c 6%c
Pears B%c We 10c
Raisins—The followlug price* are f. o. b.
Fresno, as given out by the Associated Raislu
company: 1913 crop, per lb—Loose muscatels
(50), 1 crown. 4*ic; 2 crown, 5%c; 3 crown,
8c; 4 crown, 6c: seeded fancy, 16 m packages,
7-sc; do 12 ox, Se; uo bulk. BVic; do choice.
16 os, 7c; do 12 or, o%c; do bulk, O'-jc; Sul
tanas, no stock; Thomneon's seedless, un
bleached 50s. tic; 18 eiL 7%c: 12 os. 6?ic: re
cieaued, %c sdvance: do Ovated, %c advance;
London layers. 20 lb boxes. 3 crown. $1.46;
4 crc.,rn. $1.65: 5 crown. $2.25; 8 crown. $2.75;
do 1 lb cartons, $1.75: clusters, 20 ib boxes.
$2.50. Local representatives of the association
are asking %c higher, while several of the
large packers are quoting %c under the asso
ciation's figures.
Nuts— Almond*! Nonpareil. 21c; II L, 30c:
Ne Plus Ultra, 19c: Drake's seedlings. 16c;
Languedoc, 15c. Asaoclatlon prices on wal
nuts, f. o. b. Los Angeles, per fb: No. 1 soft
shell. 16c; No. 1 hard shell. 15% c; N<>. 2 wsl
nuts. 11 %c; budded, 19c. I,ocal prices range
about '.o higher. Manchurlan nuts art
quoted at 10%615c pc: Ib. Peanuts —Unpol
ished, 5%66c: polished. 6«6%c; shelled Jap
anese. 6%68%r. Chestnuts —California, per
lb. BJtl2c: Italian. 12%5J13c.
Hor.e.v—New crop, 1913: Comb, water white,
14615 c; amber. 12613 c; dark, 106U«: ex
tracted, fancy white, 7%QBc; light amber.
6%c; dark amber, 3%64c.
LOCAL VEGETABLES
Trice* -„....] this morning un tiie S«n Fran
elsco wholes*!* market:
Potatoes (per ctll— Delta whites, [email protected]:
sweets. $1.234j1.5u; Oregon Burbanks. $1.25®
$1.50: Idaho, $1.10/ji;i.2s.
Onions (per ctl'i—Sllrerskins, 52.20<92.35:
on street. 25c higher: Oregon*. $2.35(32160.
Vegetables—Tomatoes, southern, per crate,
HtSUI; strlDg beans. tbgl2%e per »: lima.
WQm per Ib: peas. [email protected] per lb; green pep
per*, southern, per lb. 34i5c; eggplant, south
ern, par ib. 3asc; rhubarb. $16i1.75 per boa;
cabbage, $1.25© 1.60 per ctl: squash, summer,
per box. $1.251{ 1 75: do cr<un. 6t»itt7s>: Hub
bard, per sack. [email protected]; do marrowfat. 60®
75c; sprouts, [email protected] per Ib; mushrooms, per
lb. fiftlOc; buttons, 10® 16c; carrots, per sack.
so<g6sr; celery, small crates. large.
$1.j0«t2; garlic, per lb. 74»10r; cucumbers,
per box. $1.60®2; lettuce, per crste, $I.Bo®
2.25; cauliflower, per doeeo. 40®OOc.
POULTRY AND GAME
Prices emoted this morning on the San Fran
cisco wholesale market:
Poultry (per lb)—California fryers. 19<822c;
old roost"r». 10fg;12c; do young, ism 20c: >.eus.
smail. 16®17c; eastern hens, 16®18c; do
young stock, 20®21c.
Per dozen—California hens, medium. $4.50(3
5.50; do extra. $S&10- old roosters. $4<ai»-50;
young roosters. [email protected]; do full grown, $8(41.9;
fryers, $s®«; broilers. $3®4; docks,
old. $4(36: do young, [email protected]; pigeons. $1.50; do
squabs, $2<(t.<: eastern hens, $7®U, according
;•-> sire; geese, per pair. $28."?.
Turkeys (per lb>—Lire Toung. 19®21c; do
old. [email protected]; dressed. 23(8:20>.
Game (per doxi—Rabbits, [email protected]: Belgian
herea. $406; wild. $2'(i2.75: gees*, white, $2
-cf3; do gray. $4<25; brant, $2r<t4; canvasback.
[email protected]; mallard, $4©5: widgeou. [email protected]
PROVISION PRODUCTS
Price* quottid this morning by Roth-Blum
Picking company:
Ham* (per lb) —Dors, 21 %c; Bellance. 19% c;
"Oct Choice.- 12 16. 18c: 18-30. 17e; D<iTe.
boiled. 29% c; Bellance do. 27% c: do "Onr
Choice." 26c: boiled plcnira, 20c; "Our
Choice" picnics. 15c.
Bacon (per lb^—Dotc, 8-10. 25c; 6-8. 28c;
Reliance. 4-8, 23c: 8-10, 28% c: "Our Choice."
6 8. 23% c; B*o. 28% - 10-12. 21c; Banner. 8
-10. 21c; 10-12. 20c: light bacon bellies. 19-12.
19% c; English bacon strips, 19c; llgbt me
dtum, 17% c; medium. 17% c.
Lard (tirece basis, per lb)—Ranner. 13c:
flexible. 18% c: "Our Choice" coni|>ound, 9%c.
Salsd Oil (tlercee)—ldeal. 70c per gal;
cooking oil, per gal. yellow 62c. white 64c.
Dressed Meats iper lb)—Steers. 12ai2%e;
cows. 11©12 - bulls. 10%fr(.llc: wethers. 10Q
11c: ewes. 10c; lambs. 12©13 c; hogs. 13%e.
Tallow (per Ib) —A, 6%c; prime, 7%e; mut
ton. Sc.
Beef and Pork (per bbl)—Mess beef, 322;
extra family beef, $24 prime mess po. k $25;
clear perk, $29; pig pork. $32.
HAY. FEED AST) MEAL
Wholesale prices on carload lots of hay on
today's market: Fancy wheat buy. light
bales. $20<921: No. 1 wheat or wheat and
oat. $17918: No. 2 wheat or wheat snd oat,
IIS SIC' choice tame oat, $17918; other tame
oat [email protected]; alfalfa. J12914.30: stock hay.
$10911.50: straw. 65900 c; per bale.
Mesl (per ton)— Oilcake. 20 tons lots. $33;
in tons. $33.rX>: 3 tons. $34; less thsu 5 tons.
134 60-' coeoenut, carload lots. $27.30: do 10
tons. $27.50. do 3 tons. $28 : do kmall lots,
50
Feed (per ton)— Bran, $24024.50 for white.
«■ ■ ,ti'." for red: middling. $2f*932: shorts. $25
(d n 6- rolled barley. $27.50928.50; cornmeal.
34° 50948.88; cracked corn. $42.50943.50: al
falfa meal, car lots, $17.50; do small lots,
$18.50.
LOCAL SUGAR QUOTATIONS
The Weslern Sugar Refining company quotes
as follows. In bags of 100 lbs: ■'Western"
fine granulated. 4.45 c: frnlt do. 4.46 c; tanners'
do. 4.45 c; crystal domlnoe, 5 lb cartons, 8.25 c;
do 2 lb cartons, 8.76 c: monarch bar. 4.80 c;
tablets, in half bbls, 4.»5c; do In 25 Ib boxes,
5.20e; cubes. 4.70 c; monarch powdered. 4.55 c;
XXXI powdered. 4.55 c; confectioners' A.
4 4.V- beet granulated 000 lb bags only),
4.25 c; extra C, 4.85 c; golden C. 3.86 c; D, 3.75 c.
The California and Hawaiian Sugar Refining
company quotes as follows: Granulated basis.
4.45 c; C. and H fine standard. 4.45 c; coarse
drr granulated. 4.45 c; confectioners' A. 4.43 c;
berry 4.45 c: powdered. 4.55 c; cubes. 4.70 c;
"Hlerade" bar, 4.80r; bricks (In half bblsi.
4.o'c; do in 25 lb boxes. 5.20 c: H. and K.
crystal dominos (5 lb cartons). 8.25 c; do 2 lb
cartons, 8.75 c; extra fine dry granlated (100
lb bags only*. 4.25 c; extra C, 3.85 c; golden
C, 38jC; yellow D. 8.75 c.
HIDES AND SKINS
Prices quoted In San Francisco:
Hide* (per lb)—Dry cattle: Butchers. SSVic;
murrains. 25'jc; dry salt hides. 18c; stags,
18c: kip. 2»%e; real. 80c; calf. 30c
Horse (each) —iJirife prime. $2.8098: me.
dlum. $24x2.80; small. $1.5092; colts. 25950 c,
Wet Salted (per Ib< Cattle; Steers, medium
snd heavy, cows, beary, 15c; stags,
lOtie: kip. 16 to 30 ib«. 1844 c; calf. if*.
Sheepskins leach) I-oog wool pelts. 9AeQ
$1.20: medium wool. 45(dj»0c: short wool. 259
45c; lambs, long wool. H4MOe; do medium, 10
iw :;.*-; shearlings. No. 1, 20ff»30c; No. 2, 15
920 c
Tallow 'per lb)— So. i ci/> H n snd bard. 5%9
6c; No. 2, 49'''•»'"• grease. 293 c.
CHICAGO CASH GRAIN
CHICAGO, Dec. 20 —Cash corn (new) -No.
2, 649«7c; No. 2 white. 6fi«6»c; No. 3 yel
low. 64900 c; No. 3. «1%903%c: No. 8 white.
R4frr«*4c; No. 3 rellow. «2964 c. Oafs No
3 white. 38V»fa;38* 4 o; standard. 30 % 940 c.
Bye—No. 2 64c; barley. .V»(?r7oc. Timothy—
$49 5. N» Cloyer—s 12.25915.25.
NEW YORK METAL MARKET
NEW YORK. Dec. 20—Copper—Firm:
standard, spot to March. 14.K7V,914.871.3c:
electrolytic, 14 75915 c; lake. 15..W, nominal;
casting, 14.62V5C.
Tin rirm; spot, December snd January,
j 37.62%937.87He: February. 37.75®38c; March,
07.87>- 2 'a3s.)2<ic. April. SSfi3S.2sc.
MARKET STEADY
AT THE CLOSING
Bear Selling During Day Pred
icated Upon Rise in
Money Rates
NEW YORK. Dec. 23. — Canadian
Pacific continued Its rapid decline at
the opening today, dropping to a new
low point at iOi»V*. a loss ot 2%. New
Haven- rose 1, but quickly lost its
gain.
In general the list showed no defi
nite trend. Trading was fairly active,
with small and irregular fluctuations.
Tlie development of weak spots
gave the mantel a downward course.
Traders who took the short side at
tacked vulnerable Issues with vigor.
Renewed European selling of Cana
dian Pacific was one of the principal
factors in depressing prices, and the
• osa in this stock was extended to
more than 3 points. Weakness of
New Haven tended to unsettle the
market for a time.
Marking up of cop#v»r metal prices
here and the advance in quotations
abroad stimulated the copper stocks
temporarily, but these shares later be
came affected by the heaviness of the
remainder of the list. The recession
became more pronounced toward noon
and Reading, Union Pacific and Steel
lost 1.
The upward movement faltered
when professional selling stopped at
midday. Canadian Paciflc rallied 2
points and Texas company showed
some sympathy with the boom in
Standard Oil subsidiaries.
The market closed steadier. Much
of the bear selling during the da\ Was
predicated upon the expected rise in
money rates. Call money reached 6
per cent before Its tendency w«s
checked by large offerings. A drop
in New Haven to 3% points below its
best was followed by a final stiffening
of prices.
Prices slipped back again after the
Immediate requirements of the shorts
had been filled. Reading and New
Haven reached their lowest on the
setback.
Bonds were irregular.
i Wall St. Closing Prices i
Safces i STOCKS jHigfaj Low i Bid j Ask
3>i,BoO ; Ania! Copper...{ 74%| 78%j 74%! 74%
6.6ooiAmer Can Co.. 00%; 29%| 2»%| 30
8001 Do pfd 90% 89% 89 , 89%
3oO,Anier Car A F.j 44% 44% 44 44%
400|Amer Ice Secur 23% 2S%| 23 20%
Ki»l Amer Loco ! 81% Sl%; 31%; 32
ttoOlAmer Smelting. I «4%; 84% i 64 | 64%
s«*> Amer Sugar ...108 |107% t 107 108
l.SOOlAmer Tel A T. 128 122%, 122 %j 123%
300 Amer Tob Co. . 244 1242 241 245
Do pfd new .'102%: 102%'101% 102%
I,Boo|Anaconda i 35%. 35% | 83% 35%
I.IOOIA Tft Santa Fe 1 94% 93% i
Bete Steel I SO 29% 29%, SO
500 Bait A 0hi0... 92% 91% 92 82%
7<s> Brooklyn R T.. 88%, 87% 87%:
Sl,4ooCan Pacific ...:208%1204 1203% 206
700* "hea A 0bi0...i #o%' 60 j 60%! 60%
100 C G W i 11%! 11% 11% il2
f,loo|o &N W 12S%i 125%' l 28%] 128%
80040 M A Si. F...1100%! 99%* 99% 100
200 Do pfd '140 1150%J139%|140
900jCentral Leatherl 27%; 37% 2T% 27%
4.looiCblno Copper ..40 139 39 % 30%
100'Colo F & [....j 2S%i 28% 28 9$
lOOjOolo Sou Ist pfd: 80 SO 158 64
SOOfCorn Products.. 9% 9%| B% 9%
MN Dei A Hudson..' 17%! 17 ; 17%, 17%
200 Kuam«l A 8 | 11%! ll%i 11% 11%
SOOT W Woolworthj 92%' 92 j 91% 92%
1.700 Geu Electric . . 140%; 140 % 140 Jl4l
900iGrt Nor Ore | 34% i 33% 38%! Si
poO'Grt Nor pfd 127 ; 126% [ 126% 127
lOSlAlaska G M .. SII4 21% 21% 21%
1,300 Goodrich 23% 22% 22%; 23%
200 Do pfd 79 78% 78% 79%
200 Inspir Copper.. 15 15 15 15%
600 111 Central . . 108% 107% 106 107%
I.3of»!lnterboro Metro 15% 15 I 14% 15
2.700 Do pfd | fll%| «0%! SO%! 80%
eOOllnter Harvester 101% 1101%|
1.000 Inter Paper j 8% 8%
lOOK C Southern.. 24%, 24% i 24% 25%
3.408 Lehigh Valley.. 150 149 140%1149%
200ILig A M pfd.. 111% 111% 111 111%
200IMexlcan Central 10 9% 9%| 10
flOolMex Petroleum. 45% 45% 45% 46
880 Miami '. 22 21%f 21%| 21%
800; MStPA 8 S M|l2s 124 124%!128
I,4*o(lMissouri Paclflcl 23% 23% 2,5% 24
2<Ki National Lead..! 45% 43% 44 46%
500jNevada Cooeol..' 15% 15%; 15% 15%
1,900 N V Central...! 92 % 91%i»1% 92%
13.1001N V»N H A 11. 78% 75 76 76%'
100 N V Ont A W.l 27% 27% 28% 28
nrjQ Nor'elk A West 102 101% 102 102%
l.Moo Northern Paclti,- p*»% !<«♦% 109%'109%
200.P I»rillard pfd;110%|110 ,109 1111
Pens R R 05.,|109% !<if>%;H.*)%!lo»%
4<¥VPlttsburg Coal. 18%; 17% 17% 119
tOWPressed Btl Car' gf% 27% 26% 28
200 IP CCL A3t Lf [ 83 ( 86%
1,100 Ray C«na | 18%' IS%! 18% 18%
SOO Rumlcv Co 17% 16% i 18%! 17
2001 Do pfd 38 88 38 | 37%
77,6001 Reading 1180%'165%]168% 1188%
100 Republic SAI! 20 20 19%! 20%
200! Do pfd 80% 80% I Bt> ! 80%
200R00L; Island Co! 13% 13%! 13%! 17%
100 I>o pfd '21 I 20%! 20% 21
US' Soars, Roebuck ISO j ISO !17» 1182
Ki.l Slews S SAI On 28 28 : 26 89
2'«>S LAS F2d pfd 1 7% 7',
200|Stad«ba*tsr Cor! j 17% 18%
100 Do pfd 88% 88% 89%
11.000)Sonthn Paciflc; 80% 88% B»% 88%
l.OOO.Sontberu Ry ..1 23 23% 23% 23%
100 Do pfd I 76% 76% 76%' 7S
2.4oO!Teunessea Cop. 31 80%' 30% 31
2,oooTexas OH (126 128 125%!128
l,2ot>iThird Avenue .. 41% 41%; 41%-i 42
100 !wln CUy B T. 106%i107
lOOiUnloa B&• P..j 5% 5% 1
28,200 Tnion PaclHc . |155% 154% 154% 155
200 Do pfd 85 83 84% 85%
2CH> U B R of S F ! 21% 21 I 21% 22
flOOl Do pfd I 40U 39 :«t% 40%
300 C 8 Realty ...1 64%! 54 ' 53 55
4001 C S Rubber .. 68% 1 56%, 50 56' i
Do Ist pfd .. 100%) 100% 100% l<»t
08,200'U S Steel Cor .[ 59% 1 SS%( 58% 58%
800 iDo pfd ... .T08%,108%j108% 107
s,lOo!Ctah Copper .. 61% 50% W»% 60*;
100 Va-Car 0 Cc .! 28% 28% 27% 27%
100 Do pfd I 98 99
100 Wells F Express 91 j 91 I 90 I 94
2irO vvent Msrylandi 34 (34| 88 84%
600'eWstern Cnlonj 67%! 37 | M\ 57%
352,000—t0tal share* sold.
j NEW YORK BONDS i
Bid. Ask.] Kid. Ask.
itch gen 4s 92% 92% 'lap 4» 7H —
At.-h eooe 4s at 94 flap Ist 4%s ss xsu.
B& 0 91% 92 lap 2(1 4%1 *7 W ;
B B T4s 88 88% 8 P turn 4s 85% 86
Del (ad 4- 75 7s D4RGS* 88
t'S Rlty ss. 8i» 84 Armour 4Us. M 9% 89*4
R I col 45.. 60 501.' oS L 45... 89 88%
«, P rcf 4s .89 88% 13 P term 4s — 86
4 P .-ol 45.. 80% 91 w "ol Son 4' .. 00% 91V
FJ P Ist -is. 85% 90% L S rog 25.. 97'- 4 88%
I P COOT 4s. 02 % 9.1 Ito coup... 97% —
[rg Bteel 55.100 100% Do reg ,15.102%10ft
I.R It 4s. .. 52 54 Do c0up...102'., 10.1
DOsVB un 5a 91 92 Do reg 45.1 lO n 4 lll %
Am Ton 4a.. 9o * 98 Do coop. ..11l
Am Tob 6s..US — Psnama 25.. 96 *i —
Dhlnew 55.. 88% 80% Do 3s reg. 80% 100%
Wab deh 4s. 48 49 j Do coup... 99% —
West Pac 5s 74% 75%|CBAQ Jt 4s. 05 05%
Says Currency Bill
Makes Business Good
CHICAGO, Dec. 29. —Senator and
Mrs. Francis G. Newlands of Reno,
Nev., were visitors in Chicago yester
day for three hours. They left for
Reno last night.
"Business conditions throughout the
United States have never been more
satisfactory," said Newlands. "The
passage of the currency bill will se
cure a greater measure of credit and
this will result directly in a greater
volume of business."
RICHMOND WATCH MEETING
An old fashioned w/itcfa meeting
will be held by the young people of
the Richmond Presbyterian church
New Year's eve. At 8 o'clock a
prayer meeting will be held followed
by a two hour social which In turn
will be followed by the watch meet
ing.
SWEDISH SINGING FESTIVAL
The annua! New year concert and
festival of t)i" Swedish Singing so
ciety will be given in the German
house, Turk and Polk streets,
Wednesday evening. The program
includes dramatic choruses, vocal and
instrumental music and specialties by
talented local amateurs, followed by
dancing.
: Local Mining Stocks |
SAI.ES DTOEMBER 2!»
Morning Session
NOO Merger M... loj 200 Ophir 18
MOO Atlanta .... 13] 100 Mexican . .1.17%
iOOO Atlanta 14] 100 Belcher 55
Informal Session
1000 Grpsv (Jiicen 0:!|1500 Atlanta 14
70S Ton Exten. ..I.SSj 580 #tra Butler... i 4
1000 Midway 35 500 ttentnek •»
500 To* Exten. ..!.»»>! 1500 Atlanta 1*
;MKi Belmont 7.351 100 Montana LSB
200 Too Net .. .«.95j 10© Montana . ..1.3"%
Us) Belcher 5S 508 Mixpab Ex... 30
200 Tou Exten.i.92%:i(X«J Montana . ..1.57%
250 Ton Nev .. .7.001
MORNING QUOTATIONS
Bid.Ask.' Bid.Ask.
Ton of Nev. .6.87% — Crown Point . — 4.)
Montana 1.25 - ion Imperial. OS *>*
Ton Exten... I.So ] Ker.tuck "•'
MacNamara.. 08 (JO Alpha <«-
Belmont 7.12%— 1 Confidence ... 40 —
Midway 37 —[Belcher 64 —
West End .. 1 ..'lO 1.35 Sierra Nev .. U
lim Butler... 72 —ILtah 92 04
North Star.. 38 39iBulllon 88 ©>
Rescue Kula. OS 10! Exchequer ... 89 -
Bid Con M.1.57%t-42%jS«g Belcher.. SS ■
Ton Merger .. 53 55|0»erman — <*»
Mlzpah Ex... 27 — iJustlce
Columbia Mt. 01 02iUnIon Coo 11 L<
liimt>o Ex .. 13 — lAIU — W
Com Fraction (>5 06 Julia Con ...OR
Booth 02 03|Caledonla ...I.SS
Blue Bull ... 02 03jSilver Hill ■■ — "
Merger M... 10 11] Challenge ... 14 —
Florence .... 28 —I Occidental . 70 —
Old Kewauas 02 OS-Andes JJJ ■*
Bed Hills ... — 02|Scorpiou (« 95
Great Bend.. o2 OSCracker Jack.. — 02
Oro 07 081 Blue Bell ... W
Pitts 8 Peak — BSj Spearhead ... 01 g
Atlanta .... 13 14 Cash Boy ... Sj OS
N«v Hills. ... 44 —I Lou* Star ■■ • <>\ %
Silver Pick .(« 04 Yellow Tiger. 01 02
COD. .03 m 1 Grandma — 02
Bound Mt... 35 SSI Conqueror ... 01 02
Daisy .... 01 —-'Sand Kendall. 08 —
Dmdfid B Bte 01 02,' Boston Ton .. ol ■02
Vernal 04 —|Ton 76 Con.. OS
Grpsv Queen. OS 04 Umatilla 01 02
Halifax .. .1 .22% —j.Man Con $B M
Victor — 32 Great West... — 01
Mon Pitts Ex 06 (>7( Dexter 02
Ophlr IS l9]Mustang — 02
Mexican 1.15 l.»|Mln HUI Con. — 01
Gould A- Car. it! -:.Man Big Four — 10
Best * Belch 05 —1 White Cap»... 06 07
Con Va M... 12 181'lold Wedge... 02
Savage 11 —jMorn Glory... — 02
Potosi 03 -HDexter Cn. .. — 02
Chollar 03 — jCent Enrcka.. — So
Hale & Nor. — 10 Amalgam 01 02
Yel Jacket... — 351
Dellnqoeat— Sand Kendall '-'c.
FINANCIAL NOTES BY WIRE
Consols: Money 7113-16. off '»: account
71 13-18. off 3-16. Bio Tintos 70%. np.%.
I-ondon copper opening: Spot £08. up £1 os.
Futures 186 10s, up fl 6s.
Following the meeting of New Haven diree
tora on Saturday. Chairman Elliott said no
segregation plan had been formulated, but
that work was progressotot?.
Journal of Commerce says: Department or
Justice has completed collection of data with
regard to relation of American Smelting and
Ilefinlng company ta metal trade and has not
giTen np investigation.
central Rsllroad of New Jersey declared
regular quarterly dividend of 2 per cent, pay
able February 2. to stock of record, January
23 and Blsn an extra dividend of 2 per cent,
usually declared at this time, payable Decern
b»r 30 to stock of record, De<-ember 24.
Impress company offleers say parcel post
competition resulted In loss of 20 per cent In
business last week, as compared with ISK.
Higher mooev rates »re expected this week
to last over the turn of the year On account
of disbursement preparations.
Boston interests predict that Amalgamated
Corner will cross SO on the movement now
on and advices are belug given to buy the
stock on all reactions.
London quotations mostly lower w.tn Cana
dian still weak. The carry over in Americans
0 per cent, against 8% last account. The
stronger demand for money may be one cause
of weakness. , .
Berlin cables to New \ ork papers spoke of
rreat disappointment at not receiving a good
big • 'melon." Heavy selling has come from
Berlin, although Moutreal aud Toronto have
also sold liberally.
A private cable states that gilt
edged securities are w-ak on the new Issue
of 3 000.000 pounds South 'Wales 4s at 86.
' oodon copper closed firm; spot, £66 6a 3d,
up 6s 3d: futures. £66 16s. up 8s 3d. Spelter.
£21 12a 6d. up IK
Clearances—Wheat, .'.31.000 bushels: Sour,
65.000 barrels; corn. 60.1MJ0 bushels: oat£ fg.
--000 bushels. Wheat and Sour equal 824.000
The American Smelting snd Reflnlng com
pany has advanced the price of lead from 4.10 c
state bank commissioners
have closed the I'utnam Savings bank until
fnrrher notice. The bank has n«Po»il» {*
$3,771 000. of which $2,445,000 Is Invested In
bonds. Tlie bank's trouble Is due entirely to
the shrinkage of the bond market
An official of the St. Paul railroad says the
movement of freight is of fairly good volume
but 5 to 6 per cent nnder last year. General
tmnage was In excess of last year by 6 per
cent says an official of the Rock Irlaud.
SOUTH OMAHA LIVESTOCK
SOUTH omaiia. Dee. 28. -Hogs—Receipts,
4 aOO higher. Heavy. 87.504JT.80: lights,
57.404J7.50; piK". 86.7597.26; bulk of sales,
brittle ' Receipts. 5.200; easier. Native
steers 86.5090.25; cows snd heifers. $69
7 50- WW tern steers. $698; Texas steers,
$5.7597.10; cows and heifers. $5.50®7; calves,
*Vbee*i>—Receipts. 11.500; easier. Yearlings,
$697; wethers. $5®5.80; lambs. $7.2598.23.
NORTH AMERICAN WHEAT EXPORTS
NEW YORK. Dec. 29.—Wheat exports com
pare as follows:
Rushels. Bushels.
This Week. Last Week.
Pacific United States 584,000 817,000
Atlantic United States. . 1.204.000 2.268.000
Total United States 1,708,000 3.0K5.000
Canada 2,898.000 2.755.000
Total 3.696,000 6.840,000
NEW YORK MONEY MARKET
NF.W YORK. He,-. 29. —Call money easier,
3%9v) per cent: ruling rate. 3% per cent;
closing bid, 0U94 per cent. Time loans
weaker. Sixty anil 90 dHys. 4% per cent: six
months, 4%949 per cent. Mercantile paper,
5%96 per cent. Sterling exchange steady.
Sixty days, $4.8125; demand, $4.8525; commer
cial hills" $4.80%. Bar sliver. 57% c. Mexican
dollars. 44% c. Government bonds, irregular;
retired bonds. Irregular.
CHICAGO BUTTER AND EGOS
CHICAGO, Dec. 28.—Butter steady. Cream
cries. 22936 c. Eggs steady. Receipts, 3.347
cases. At mark, cases Included. [email protected]: or
dinary firsts, 30930% c; firsts, 82% c. Cheese
steady. Daisies, 169l« l ic; twine. 15%916c;
Americas, I5 5 49l p >c: loughorns, 10Vi©16%c.
NEW YORK BUTTER AND EGGS
NEW YORK, Dec. 29.—Butter steady Re.
celpts, 4.100 tubs Creamery extras. 36%9
37 %c: firsts. 28t<t34c: held extras. 32<U:;3e;
Brts, 2 sift.He; process extrasl_2492Bc.
Cheese firm. Receipts. 700 tw.xes. State
whole milk held, specials. 17c: average, fancy.
I0%918%c; fresh specials, 16%91«%e.
Eggs firm. Receipts. K.GOo cases. Fresh
gathered extras. 3«%930c; extra firsts. 379
38c; firsts. 3R936%c: refrigerator special
marks, fancy. 31%9.12c: firsts. 80%931e:
nearby hennery whites. 48960 c; gathered
whites. 47948 c.
LEAD AND SPELTER
NEW YORK. Dec 29.— Lead--Firm at 4.10
94.20 c; London, HI 15s.
Spelter—Firm at [email protected]; Ix.ndon, £21
12s fid.
I It UAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS!
Matthew O. Gorman and wife to Louis De
paoii, lots 181, 188 and Pl 4, gift map No. 1;
810.
I.oula Depaoll to Philip W. Montrouil, lot
134. rift map No. T. $10.
I.o'iis Heilman and wife to Nathan Edits,
lot at 8W corner of Lake street and four
teenth avenue, S 28 by W «0; $10.
Edna Grant Stauey and Robert A. Sliney to
Ethel Grant Scott, In; in N line of California
street South. 89 W of Second mtcduc. W 25.
N 88.18, X 8j W to Second avenue, S par
allel with B»COBd avenue 08. 10; 810.
August Merlin (by commissioner) to the
Hiherala Savings and Loan society, portion of
Bam Brannnn's piece of Islais and Palma's
trs. t; $3.58T>.2».
I'rban Realty Improvement company to I?en
rictta Lebe, lot 14, block 80, amended map
Ingleaide Terraces; $10.
John Farren to George I). Shadburne Jr., lot
14. block 52, Bels tract: $10.
F.dlth Shocklev to Pearl Shocklev. lot. In W
line of Sixth avenue, 100 S of I street. S 25
b\ W 120; gift.
Pnrkslde Realty company to Polis Rickey,
lot In W line of Twenty-second avenue, 60 N
of VltteaSrte. N 30 by W 120; $10.
Daniel Williamson to Theresa A. Random.
lor .114 E of Indians street. 15t> S of Twenty
third. 8 100 by X 100: $10.
t'lars B. Lucia et si. (by commisstonerl to
.Tame* J. Ryan, lot in N line of Fourteenth
avenue. 75 S of Clement. S 2."> by W 10O;
$3,960.20.
Ssn Francisco I,and and Title company to
George W. Freethy (referee), lot In W line
of Chureb street. IBS South of Twenty-second.
S 30 by W 117:6; rrant.
Clara Schmidt Tycaaen to Lontsa Agnes
Treadwell. lot 17, block 13. Flint Tract Home
stead association; $10.
Barbara Greene to Reba R. Wilson, lot on
N earner of v street and Twenty-second ave
nue. W P.'J:« by N 100: $10.
John O'Connell to Maria McCarthy et al..
lot In N line of Cn on strest, f»4:f> \V of San-
Nome, W 43 by N 100, and one other puree!;
gift.
John N. nornc and wife to J. C. Martin Jr.
and Alice P. Stedley. lot on S corner of Sher
idan and Ninth streets, SW 100 by SB Hrt; $10.
Maud Hoffman to Sol Gets A Son, lot In S
line of X street. 57S W of Thirty-ninth trt
aae. W 00 by S 123:11; $10.
j! GRAIN QUOTATIONS j
CHICAGO. Dec. : 39.—The leading futures*
ranged as follows:
Wheat— Opera High Low Close
December ... $0.87* 50.89 $(VS7% $0.88%
May SO 90<>i 89% 9«*4 ,
July 87 86 % 87
Corn —
December ... «8% 70% 6S 70*4
May 68 68% «7% BSV%
July «7% «8% 67% «S-%
Oats-
Dceuiber .. . 38% 38*; 38% «S%
May 40% 41 40% .-41
July 39% 40% 89% 40%
Pork —
January 4 '-'I- E5
May 20.05 20j«7% 20.32 % 20.07%
l>ard —
January 10.62% lo.V* 10.80 70.53
May 10.97% ll.U> 10.92% 11.80
December 30. S5
Short Hibs—
January 10.Ik", 10.7«> 10.62% 10.70
May 10.97% 11.03% 10.92%. U. 52%
! Local Oil Quotations I
c ■ c-
Q3JOTATIO.NS
Bid. Ask i BW^AKk.
Brookshire .. 25 — IParafaaie 2S —
Clareinont. 12 25 Palmer Ua. — 02
Coal Cent., 2o -Pyramid .. — 04
One! Miik.. 70 'Republic .. t r.
In Crc.de. • «2 o:i'S W A B„ U>
Mou Crtato no Turner ...^2.25
New PaPet 15 Wolveriae. . 75 9.">
I Pac Pi.mile 28 -W*.K Oil Co :^
Pac S Pet -- 161
[Boston Closing Stocks i
Bid. Ask. atiri. Ask.
Amer Pneu. 2%. 3 'South telse. «% 4%
Do pfd .. 17 17U North Lai*.. 1% 1«
Mass Gas .89 90 Mia.Vii 21% 21%
Do pfd .. X 9% 91 MlcbldgeSi .. XS t0«
Amer Tel... 123 123% : Motuvwm; ... 44% 45
Unttd Fm1t.162 — Nevscla r*u n«, 15%
Adventure . 1% 1" 4 Nortbt SMte 98% 28%
Arcadian .. t T g 2 Tnolasni« ..56 WO
Aliouea .... M 36*'ipr,ud t»?t •*
Ariz Com .. 4% 4>>, Mcx Me**.. 31 83
Algomab . . t% l%[Chlsf *V* - 1% 1%
Boston Curb 40 45 Old Da*» .. *»% 6T%
Butte A Bal il'j B%iOac«etai 7*% SO
Cal A Aria. 63% 64 Qulncy, SO «2
Cal A Hec.427 430 ! Super Oo*.. 26% 27
Centeaaial .IS 15% Shanmin ... •% 8%
Cop Range. :i7»,i 3H Santa jFe .. 1% 2
Daly West . 2 2' v : Tamart ck . SS% 80%
Basl Butte.. 11% tl%!Sbattu4k .. 37% 28
Franklin ... 3 SVTrlndtT 4 4%
Granby 74 74% | U S* Sbsteit. 41 41%
Greene tana 30% 80% I Do pfd .. 48% 4SC,
Indiana 4% 4% Utah .Cob.. 8% *»
Hancixrk ..18 17 VlctorSri ... 1% 1%
Helvetia ... 25 5o WinorW ... 2% 2%
Isle Royale. 19 20 Wvam»>tle. SO 73
Iji Salle 3% 3% Wolvera* .. 45% 48
Mass 2% 2% Utah A net.. 1% 2
Mayflower 7 7% Keweennh 3% 2%
Mergentbaler.2ll 212% Super A Bos 2% 3%
Merg'thaler.2ll 212% B A rV 31% S»
Swift Pckg.lo4 104U; Zinc 18% 18%
Calaveraa .. 1% 1% Island <reek 48 48%
First Natl.. 3 S% IDo pifd .81 84
Shoe Machy 55 65%'Oorbln ... 1 l-IS-.l 8-18
Do pfd... 28 28% !c 0 Miaes. 4 4%
Lake Copper 7% 7%
Admiral Upshur, Dean
Of U. S. Navy, Is 111
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON:, Dec. 29.—gome anx
iety is felt among- friends of Rear
Admiral John Henry Upshur, retired,
dean of tlie I'nited Btaies navy, who
is slightly indisposed here, because
of his advancing years. He recently
celebrated his ninetieth birthday. Ad
miral L'pshur also has the double dis
tinction of being the oldest llviing
graduate of the naval academy and
one of the eight living "primaries'" of
the Aztec club, of which he 1» vice
president.- He Is a native of Virginia
and is a veteran of the civil and .Mexi
can wars. He retired in 1885, after 44
years of ective service.
He Fought Duel, So
U.. S. DeDorted Him
NEW YORK, Dec. 29.—Emil Zerko
wlaz. former Hungarian commissioner
of immigration in this city, has been
ordered deported. The order is the
result of a duel foughr in Budapest
December 2 between Xerkrrwlts and
John Pirnitzer, president of the
Trans-Atlantic Trust company of this
city. Neither of the participants was
wounded and a reconciliation fol
lowed.
The board based Its decision on the
ground that he had admitted oommit
ting a "crime or misdemeanor involv
ing moral turpitude."
Vanderbilts Rejoin
Capital Smart Set
r
WARHINGTONT, December 29.—Mr.
and Mrs. George Venderbilt will re
open their Washington residence
early in January and will give a
series of notable dinner parties.
Many of the guests will come from
New York. Chicago and Boston.
This notable addition to the winter
colony lias aroused much inteSest and
It is expected they will be widely
entertained while here.
Plans Up Tomorrow to
Solve Traction Problem
The central traction depot com
mittee of the Oakland Chamber of
Commerce will meet tomorrow night
to consider plans of Architect C. W.
Dickey to settle the traction problem
for tlie downtown section. Tt was
first planned to build a station on the
site of the old one at Fourteenth and
Franklin streets, Oakland, nut it has
been discovered that the lot is not
huge enough.
Fragrant Skunk Is
"Natural Resource"
By Associated Press.
WASHINGTON, Dec. 29.—The skunk
was added t today to the list of natural
resources which should be conserved
or protected before exterminated, t ie
department of agriculture classifying
thi~. animal as "of nrreat economic
importance'' in a statement made
public today.
GENERAL PETROLEUM COMPANY
NOTICE. 10 STOCKHOIDEBS S BONDHOLDERS
MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY OF SAN"
FRANCISCO is now ready to receive stock and
bonds of General Petroleum Company and to issue
Interim Certificates therefor under offer made by
Western Ocean Syndicate, Limited. The offer
made requires that the stock and bonds be deposited
not later than Wednesday. January 7th, 10J4.
MERCANTILE TRUST COMPANY Of SAN FRANCISCO
RALLY IN WHEAT;
CORN IS FIRMER
Early Losses in Former Over
come and December
Scores Gain
CHICAGO. Dec. 29.—Commission
fcuylng, which developed at a slight
decline, brought about a rally today
in wheat. The opening was unchanged
to %c lower, hut the losses were all
evercome and l>eeember scored a le
clded gain.
Predictions of colder weather put
firmness into coin aftei an early dip.
Prices started %c or'i' to %C up, under
went a moderate sag all around and
then went abuse Saturday night's
level.
Gets reflected the action of corn.
First sales of provisions varied from
a Shade to 10c higher, but transac
tions later were at a net los*.
The close lv wheat was firm. %0
l%c net higher. Tlie close in corn was
strong, at an advance of 8 »6'.4«•
LOCAL FISH MARKET
Cleaned and iced f. o. b. prices, per lb:
Halibut. 15c; chicken halibut. 10c: carp, sc:
catfish. 12% c; codfish. 10c: red rock, lj%c;
black rock. Sc; barracuda, 10c: soles. (!c; send
Sabs, 8c: tomeod. 12% c; smelt. $3%c; craw
fish, 20c; sardine". 6c; white bait. 12% c:
striped bas«. i.v : sea bass. 13%,-; „hgd. «!•;!
harri'ii,' Sc; mackerel. Sc; CtsSst, per dozen,
$2.50 sjS.
LONDON MONEY MARKET
LONDON. !>*••■. 28.—CotMOls !■« m.i»iey.'
Tl%; do account 71*,: 1 b.wi PaclnV. l*v%:
bar *ilver. en lei. 30%>): roouev, 404% per
vest. Discount Short bills, 4 15-16 ocr cent;
three monllis, 4 11-16«4 IS-M t»er cent.
j Shipping Intelligence
JOTI AT THIS PORT
MONDAY. DECEMBER 2w
From Nitrate port, stair Karl of Do isla*
From San Diego and t Arn Aageie*. ttau Va.f.
From Eureka. stmr Phoenix.
TTJBBDAY, BM EMBER 30
From Hongkong, rla Yokohama and Hono
lulu, stanr Bniaxo Mam.
From Cortland and Astoria, atsar Beaver.
From Eureka. Fields Landing aud Areata.
Star City of Topeka.
Froaa Saa Diego and Lea Aug-e«. ataaf
Queen.
TO LEAVE THIS FORT
MONDAY. MCMgMM 2>
For !,o« Angeles, stmr Ysle. GSSMtatS K. V.
Barrlett. at 4 p. in., from Pseifl" street wharf.
For Los Angeles via Sau Pedro, stiui li.ua
lel. Captalb F. 1. H.mwa, at 1 p. in., from
Howard »tr»i wharf.
For San Simeon. Cayueos »nd Port San Lois,
stmr Eureka. Captain A. Paulsen, at * p. m..
from Vailejo s*r*ct wharf.
X.* CneulCe River, star Fiflebi. Captain J.
Lindberg, at 5 p. m.. from Filbert sueet
wharf.
For Eureka and Samoa, stmr Ravalli. Cap
tain L. A. Nelson, at 5 p. at., from I>mibaid
stteet wharf.
TCEKDAY. DECEMBER 8*
For Hongkong, itrar t'e'.>iu. CeptaU J. Mill,
mt 1 p. ».. from pier 42.
For Swansea ami Dunkirk, via Santa Rosa
lia—Stmr Buenaventura. .Captain Fitxsimmons,
at 6 p. m.. from nler 64. '
For Honolulu, stmr Sierra. B. C. Houdleete.
master, it 2 p. m.. from pier 21.
For Beattre, Taronis and Vancouver, stmr
Senator. Captain C ■!. Hannah, at 4 p. as.,
from Broadway wharf.
For Seattle and Tacoma. stmr Franc: j H.
Leggett. Captain O Krilesen, at 3 p. ■»..
from Powell street wharf.
For Portland, stmr Yellowstone, at 4 p. m.,
from Howard street wharf.
For Ooos Bay, Marstatiel.! snd North Bend,
stmr Hedondo, Captain < Ex. -k»-n. at 3
p. m., from I.eabard streer wl-.irf.
For Eureka, stmr F. A. M!t.ur«. LaptaM ..
H. McLeflin. at 12 m.. treat tfalntje sttet*.
wharf.
ARHIVsn DICEMPF.K 29
a a., bktn Fullertos. lon Hcvgeii
dorß. 82 hours from Port Sau l.ni-. ]kfJj
barrels oil to Cnion 0:1 company; in tow or
tug Ihtuotleas. •
9 a. m.. stmr Yale. ITH hours
from San Pedre; p«ss*.iger» s«d merchandise
to PaerSc Navigation company
"30 a m.. stmr F. A. KiUrara, M< Le.lan.
81 hours' from Eureka: passengers and mer
chandise to North Paciflc Steamship company.
7-4* a. bj.. stmr Aroiine. sears. •>:» hours
from Greys Harbor; boom! south, pin in to
land passengers and obtain fuel.
S a. m.. stmr Henir T. Keen, Paulsen 84
hours from San Pedro; merchandise to V. ertem
Pacific railway.
8,25 a. in., siior Redomle. Krlrksoo. 44 hours
from Coos Bay; passengers and SOo.OOu feet
lumber to C A BasHb Lumber co.nos'iy.
830 a. m.. stmr Santa Clara. Jessen. —
hours from San Pedro, via Port Saui La 1 80
hours: passengers and merchandise to North
Pacific Steamship company. , ,
6:30 a. m.. stmr Temple E. Dorr. Jalmsen.
81 hours from Grays Harbor; bSO,OOO feet lum
ber to Hicks-Haupiman.
2-35 a. ni.. Bi stmr Earl of Douglas, 25
devs from Toropilla. via Sallna Crui 10%
days: 4.000 tons nitrate. 1,800 tons ore to V\
Ft. Grace AC..
la. m.. stmr Governor. Tjomas. fi.t hours
from Seattle; passengers and merchandise to
Paciflc Coast Steamship company.
7 a to . tier Goronado. Stangeland. 38
hours from San Pedro; ballast to Pollard
Steamship cnenpany.
SAILED DECEMBER 29
8:55 a. Ri.. Br stmr Eneas, Stewart, Hong
kong.
MISCBLLANrWH 8
PORTIJIND. Ore.. I»ec. 29.--Stmr Northland,
for San Francisco, was In collision with Belg.
ship Kasssi yesterday at the month of the
Willamette river. Northland had bow smashed
and foremast broken off. Kass.i had hole
stove In bow above water line; neit.ier seri
ously damaged.
ISLAND PORTS
MANlLA—Arrived prior to Dec. 27-Stmr
Manchuria, hence Nov. 27. via Honolulu and
Yetohena.
SUN. MOON and TIDE
MONDAY. DKCBMBKR29
rl»«< 1
set- > 4
t quarter January
NOTICE TO MARINERS
Tbe following Information lias been received
from the branch bydrographtc ofOce at Seattle.
Wirt.. Sated December 26, 1813:
'•Submarine mines hare been planted in
Admiralty Inlet between Point Wilson aud
Admtraltr bead on tbe Point Wilson side .if
mlflrhaanfl Veaeeis are warned to keep Iv
that aMe of tbe channel away from Point
Wilson. Tbe B*id runs "0 degrees E. from
Point Wilson and as far as tnlJehanntl. Mines
and buoys hare wire mooring*. l>ut nil tbe
mines are not buoyed, as some of the buoys
bare been carried awsy by passing steamers.
Further notice will be given on the removal
of the mines," W. V TOMP.
Lieutenant Commander. U. 8. Navy, in charge.
HIGHWAYMEN GET $10
Accosted by two armed and masked
men at N.neteenth and Franklin
ntreets, Oakland, early yesterday, B,
B. Thome, Sl» Twentieth street, was
knocked U> the ground and robbed
of JlO and a watch.
• 1 . «.^-«
--! Finandal Summary I
*-
Interstate commerce commission asks we«i
era roeda twin «f questions concerning phys
ical aod financial operations of roads hereto
fore not swpplted to commission.
•> A" 1 " 10 * 11 Sugar Refining company lays off
.i.OOO laborers.
Frisco lays off 400 sflking telesraphers and
displaces telegraph luetniuieuts w:tb telephone*
!at larger division point*.
; Frank A. Vanderlip says National City bank
| baa decided to drop for the present plans to
I establish institution In Buenos Aire*.
1 Department of Justice asked to make spe
| rUJ investigation of Michigan copper mine
; strike.
Decision regarding New Haven $67,000,000
bond iasue expected during the week
January i,.
Twelve industrials declined .15; 20 active
ralla declined .29.
Araerlcao stocks iv London heavy. <,$% off.
BHOOafHALL'S GRAIN CABLES
LIVRBPOOL. Dec-. 29 —Easier tendency la
Aiuerlctt over the holidays, and the larger ai d
rreer offering, of new Plate wheat caaaed real,
'swig at the opening snd pricea were %©*»
nu' anil following the opening there was a
further ,„.,..„ .„- a, . with the principal
p..*srire , v March. Advices frota India are
Derter. with favorable reports from Au.tral't
son private advices received here of Javorsble
22h£ i 2 Ar *f- D "»» Wheat t. eaay la th»
spot market and stocks increasing. At 1:30
KsrS , tlß,lerto »* *»» heavy with MM
%«]£<*, lower than Wednesday.
de.•M^ l | O, T■ c,, St®* ,owpr « nd further
« »»» the undertone eaay. Con-
S" 1 .f'™,"' weather and crop advice,
ST I l — of Hberal AmericaT receipt
aeThe, tor J «n«*ry shipments, to
weet i.T . h " 1^T * l Lannblau shipment.. thU
weir r" 11 *'"*- At 13 ° P- a 9^ces
1 * lower than Wednesday.
THE COTTON aIARXET
changed Y -° 8 ?- 5E 23.-Liverpool due un-
Sija2 1-,1-'_ p. dh. Good demand for
on Sat?, r 1 SSs*» Pwt
an.es. 29,wL' ■»•*•-»* bales; export clear
«* «■ th- fulf state,
*e<tled ** * wetoa* last night un
l.el _..T^ tB * r Pre»*»eti over most of the
»^' D , a,< -« f* today in Ten
«h!v tomorrow in &*? • ud ,O °" T «»« P">b-
CHICAGO GRAIN GOSSIP
CHICAGO. p. f . o, .„ . , r
m out tbelr December am. 'xV flr ~ l lnB ' 9
Wet*, sorl some the a!?. 255 ***
•••*! Tlie le«.ii»_ , ' . bear " ,(,e with arje-
Deeembe,: \nn tO Vk Sf £l 2* °" •*
*1». part % lir * T Tot* ot 1 000.000 bash
have *wne Ma'v £ D *l t '-S Mi h Ml<l f "
l-ought in preak "SLiSS 3*l ' r " 1
absorbed May 'rS * k '" ' ™mission bouses
Where the mai ket oi««ed'T" ,0
■sS«rt prices , *S\*** tUfT Mb) The
under the t <n > price of 80,1 CPr ""
Sepieml*r. TheTr.de k m " <l *' l »" r
•nonths and there „„w "Sr** COn fnr "X
l-'qnid.tlon. I ,h" hentr E? or
that llonldax on is ' ef J'' r * rr ' ,n <v>Wf*rs
not be surprising to *7' "
, way w./| Mk ,( t :'j,T. prW " the
"now Barhh oV thY ,P*
•« the top prwi aii a " 11 **« •ttllUII
trade last week. T*J , T" f
creaae in the visible m££* '" r " r "- >">
depressing factors 8EL U 2S ll " l !r ''> were the
reduction in the *r«nf ,i,p ot a
liberal mtuinJ ttT V™ Zf lmat - •' '
created les, dtsposltlon' ,' •*'«*
except on declines i,, ,v '•"ring side
«"tloos from the'bull r.olir' ''' , " M ' <, Pf>m,> " v
who never sliew ,„ ,1 " r *.'\ k » among operators
time except on a bll ■Ln '' >r H " k ' >«»«** or
a nig mnnlng market.
CHICAGO LIVESTOCK
..CHICAGO. Dec 28 -He o
Market firm moa'rlr R.. Z* s —I'ece ,p fs ,
»<re. Ihilk «7?-i>a .."J° re S: »turdsV« aV e.:
»- "2%feS 03• he'.vv 1 » 7 «>«.«: mixed.
to
*4.75<rjf1.,0 T £* »*2#B-i8; «, twl ,
the. »o 7.-«8.v,. 'i 1 *•''■'5: lambs, nal
' weatern. $8.85ft5,35.
KASS.?" 48 CITr Lr7ESTOCK
HAMS. BACON AND LARD
rJSS??' Meat con, P"* "l«ote. the fol-
Primrose liaros. 10-12. 21Uc- do I>.M Mat...
do 14-18. 21«, c: Pr.mrose' b.„m fl-'aS!
doiU^c.' 1 ;^-1 2?;:;
iS^^m
26Hc : do P 10.,2 2«c: r „Km.
Golden Gate Ijird—.Tlerres isii r
case. $«.8S; do Ms ncr case aa"«w' . V • I> * r
case, giss j,VJ»T«S? : A d rK - sS ,
pound-Tierces. ioCc :do ' Si" as «o ' T
Yellow Arrow cooking oil
88c; Primrose salad oil "„ttl- ef? ~W-- blt»
met. h««f . • sawtl fam v and
oiesj peer, 524 extra prime norfc *•>
--pig pork. 830. port - * 2j; e^«ra
Califese—Tubs. lia. r . >.... ...
1 tierce. llv,e- 2 tierces' Il ie r W,, " J1, »c:
car*. 27. ■ ' ''%c: 5 tierces, ii e:
byrne & McDonnell
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