&?JHE STOCK Y-OF'THE WORLD'' --jf STOCKS' 1
J Market Reflected the
Vjhange in Far East.
IVERY MABE IN PRICES
:jiws a Facter in All the
jlret Was Sluggish and Llst
jCjffind StandnrdStocks Moved
foo-k, Jan. 7. Today's stock mar-
JKectrd a more Bobcr view of the
&A growing out of the war crisis
4jM'f"r East. The kfuIL was a mod
ijjjj Kcovery from the foil of yesterday
accompany war news by way of
j?Blph1a, Peking and San Francisco.
Ujlj MwB continued something of a fnc
Kit of the speculative mnrkots and
.-4.fcoc and cotton fell In response.
had already scored some rccov
Pnjftn lts early decline before trading
""""Sty's market here was sluggish and
t jB. The standard r.tocks moved very
Fit Spy and did not malntuln the posl
reflecting the shifting operations of
,.iSf0DB' tradrra seeking merely to
yjjj; V were wider movements In n col
of minor stocks?, principally
""""ttho railroads, but embracing some
MftW ktw-nrlcod industrials as well.
Rotates Steel preferred was firm
...jfliout the day until the closing deal-
hen Its gain, which had reached
b-Jfllttd away In common with a re
WHn the whole list. The buying of
'NfSUtt8 Steel preferred was nttrlb-
:JH banking interest? associated with
k feoratlon, and was believed to be
iMKoecs of support.
- of the day from the trade of
31 yBa explanation of the firmness of
iftk, the leading trado authority rc-
"'K a waiting attitude on the part of
of finished products. In the confi
'gfflthat thoy could cover tholr rc
VIJntB at caeo. Something was made
'wrarcument that the selling of tho
tMdMteckn has alrcndy discounted the
f n of greatest depression, and that
Btea from wage reductions are, to
IS from this time,
i- CWganifttcd Copper showed tcmpo
UiiBrmncss In face of the heaviness of
Btiwneral market and then weakened
HLWb. presumably on nccouilt of the
WJltRf a Judicial holding on a minor
IllwOifono of the company's numerous
IIMm. The stock scored a loss on
Jijfy Continued to work decidedly
PBror all kinds of loans, time funds
jlSfncred In abundance at 414 per cent
lIHBwhoro large proportions In lndus
JIHVwllntci'al were sought to bo In
k This removed any obstruction to
MHtancc In storllpg exchange, while
PnTB'nec In discount rates In London
l!Brto lift sterling.
1 1 iBRnloj of England and France ex
IIJJHL the large repayments of loans
JMBter the turn of tho year and tho
p institution gained in gold on the
F Bs from domestic channel.1. The
If'', Upl France, however, showed a loss
' BP-00 In gold. This makes the more
.-E0'0 tho advance In the sterling
jWH .Paris which occurred yesterday
illlt K' ne war scare.
"JV WJf the unsettling lnilucnccs of an
v, of hostilities which has been
0aVMred was large withdrawals of
iZjM Capital now invested In London
JTgMJu to lake care of French holdings
jiJlHjnans, The mnrkct closed rather
!WHh reactions, Bonds were dull and
A im- Total sales, par value, J1.S50,
Jlflnlted States bonds wero unchanged
jjpEW YORK. BOND LIST.
SSKf 2s rcg,.103H L & N unl is.... 934
'uj'! 2a coup, 105 Man c gold 4s. .1024
P reg 105 Mux Cen 4s CTi
, 7,JV coup -10614 do 1st Inc 14j
'wB.s rS- .133 M & St L-ls 07
K9 MHP... 13314 M K & T -IS 9014
Mjd 4s rog.. 10714 do 2nds 79H
JB?'S coup.10714 N of Mex- c 4s.. 74 Vj
tfBV reg 1011 1 N Y C g Cits..,. 974,
nB coup.. .,101H N J C g 5s 12S14
j . . , ss do 3s ;fM
nVjKC L 4s. Mil Nor & V o Is 9C
WYB,!"' -.lOOli O S L 4s and p. 014
IWl D3i Pcnn conv 314s.. 10
iW Pf- S3-...104 Reading gen 4. 04?i
4mb jnc .... C7 StL&IMc CsJU
-XP. 4HS"102? St L & S F fg 4a 83
mgt 'Kb 75 St b Sw lnts .. S214
n4s... MIA Sea A 1 4Av..... 714
K 8 V g Is 103.$ So Pao 4s
'WvLVa 13l,A So Ry 6s UlVi
rJfr? 4s"' 67 T & P lstn,,,...115Tk
ferB ? c t3.. 73 T St L & W 4s. 71
Wirrg'St L g 4s Un Pac 4b 100
IEBe1?1 " W do conv 4s .... 25
ftX? .. . D3T U S Steel 2d Bs. G9
5 Bo i 4s..., 87 Wabarh lets , .1HV
STH-S OS do dob B C2Vi
WlIen 4s... 07 v & L B 4s.... SO
tlfWJa S4 Wis Cen 4s 8
C lst.loiiA C F & i 6a 70
ISE-V Y0KK CLOSING STOCKS.
Sales. High. Low. Close.
iTiiBPr, ; 2i,c rjs eoii
SrfK7??. 8S 8Sft
TPME Ohio 7.630 77 7 77
,-rtd .... 310 90 ) 00
yfP" Pfc 2,000 lWi lit; 11614
Cj N J ..... i, 160 1G0 159
5i:m'A,f0,l i.coo cc?; 3i?i 20
iJ-Pfrcd 2.012 791i 7W4
OEr,reat Wcat 1514 16li 15-
kAW'?rr1?d 27i 271 2714
V-,iM'"ortnwost"- 2CO inr. KUii4 ico
'fW"?k T .... S,6 114 lOli, 11
atftStL " ' 20,073 2
Hpouihom "!!!.! C.666 1714 is" lCj,
.""cd ... . 100 57 5514 W
llfSfc.rred 1 W 2iV. 2514 2iy.
JE.,l3on.... . c) 104 1C3 114
BBrnio d'..!! "&x ioii iali "1014
K5'Srrea',- 'sw "7
JtNorthrC5fd' 2,000 47 l-o
jBBPlley 7(.) 73Ti 73"" 73si
r-MtC.ontrnl .... 104 12&14 iny 129
TIK?J"nl ..... 1,120 22U 21 22
lUhcrn 4rv ib jsn 18?4
Jl'ElIn,ah l.3 10 I1-
iJKi1 '-rTW 142 141i4 141(4
Hy...... .jo 12114 121 120lJ
Louis ., 200 Ml 65 64
tKL ac 300 91 M 9114
IfBtJcxai 50) 17 16U 1(7?4
7txt Vti.... 4C0 3614 S4T4 3G14
flMtnai . 1.K0 119 imi 118V1
-f SILVER. -f
-f New York 57ic
-f San PVanclsco 57?ic -f
-f Ixmdon M13-16d -f
-4- New York exchange 4.37!4fH-5
New York exchange ...$12.2S12.50
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Wall street reflected a moro sober -f
view of war situation.
GRAIN AND PROVISIONS. 4-4-
"Wheat wan ntrvous and traders -f
-f played for a decline. -f
-f- Corn decidedly weak. 4
4- Oats received a setback. 4-4-
Liquidations In provisions on a 4
4- large scale. 4"
4-444 44 4 44444
Ontario & West. .. 100 2114 2114 21 Vi
Pennsylvania 16,336 117? 110 117
P C C & St L. 100 63 63 63
Reading , 6,54 0 44 4314 43V&
1st preferred 310 77?i 774 7W4
2nd preferred .... 5S4
Rock Island Co.... 7.S50 22 21 2l4
proforrwl 500 5Sli Clsi 5S
St. LfeSF 1st pfd CO
2nd preferred 35i
St L Southwest 300 3f.4 13'A II
prercrreil 2,400 231i 31I 33'i
St Paul 14.220 142 141H 11
Southern Pac 13,600 4714 46U 47
Southern Ry 2.150 10-X 19V 1W4
preferred 100 78 78 77?4
Texn? A Pac 7ft) 25 24'4 2414
T St L & Went 100 2414 21i 2Vi
Union Pnc 36,?W 77"4 76T4 77V,
preferred 200 0 SSv? S3
Wabaeh 2 1914 11 151i
preferred l.ofO 3614 S5! ZVA
Wheel & L Erie 1614
Wis Central 4S0 1714 17 164
preferred 620 30?a 5S14 SS14
Adams ,. 22414
United States 110
Amalg Coppor 78,830 40! 4S14 48tk
Amor Car & F 1.700 18 IS 1814
preferred 320 63i f.7',4 W
Amer Linseed Oil P6
Amer Loco 100 1714 16?4. 17
Amer Sm & Rcf.. 100 4714 4714 4714
preferred ICO S314 89
Amer Sugar Ref. .. 5C0 124 121 124
Anaconda M Co.... 2W 7214 7214 74
Brooklyn R T 32.SS0 50 4S14 4314
Colo F & Iron 500 30',4 274 224
C & Hock Coal l.GCO 15 UVt 1414
Conn Gas 1,145 15014 18914 100
General Electric .. 10-) 17D 370 171
Jntorn'l Paper 1014
preferred 150 6514 6314 64
Intern'l Pump 23
Nafl Biscuit 36
National Lead .... 600 15 1414 1414
North American .. 600 S3?4 E2c 63
Pnc Mall 2CO 25 25 24V4
People's Gas 40) 9614 Wii 0S
Pressed Steel Cnr.. 300 27f, 27 27
preferred .' 67
Pullman Pal Car , 215
Republic Steel 200 0 C4 C14
preferred 100 404i 404 41
Rubber Goods 300 1714 1714 3"Vi
Tenn C & Iron 1.S10 CO 3511 2514
TJ S Leather 300 714 714 7
proferrcd 00 76 75 76
U S Rubber 1014
preferred .... 41
U S Steel.. 21,600 101i 04 9
preferred S6.O00 56Vi 5514 55
Western Union .... 615 614 SC tW4
Nor Securities S3(4
Total sales for tho day, 418,200 shares.
Silver and Drafts. ,
New York, Jan. 7. Bar silver, 57?c;
Mexican dollars, 43lc.
San Francisco. Jan. 7. Sliver bars, ri7ytc;
Mexican dollars, nominal. Drafts Sight,
lOc; telegraph, luo.
Money and Exchange.
Now York, Jan. 7. Monoy on call cosy
at 2!4f3 per cent; closing bid offered at
2 per cent.
Time loans easy, 4!454-i per cent for all
Prlmo mercantile papor. 53Gt per cent.
, Sterling exchange strong, with actual
buslncee In bankora' bills at ii. 5.151. 86.23
for demand and at 4.S21.S2.10 for sixty
Posted rates, ?4.S214J'4.3 and ;4.83V41j
Commercial bills, 4.Sll.
New York Metals.
New York, Jan. 7. The local coppor
markot today developed a firm under
tone, owing to on Improved domand fiorr.
consumer? and limited offorlnga from
first hands, Lake Is ouoted at $12.!0
12.8714. electrolytic at $12. 5012.75, and
canting at JI2.2M? 12 50. On the other Bldo
no chnngc occurred for the day In Bpot,
although futures eased off 2s 6d. Spot
Is quoted at 5S 2s 6d; futures. fa7 7a 6d.
While tin wan rjulct and unchanged hore,
the English market advanced CI 7e 6d
for spot and 17b Cd for futures. This
closed spot at 131 15s and futures at
131 10s. Spot tin at New York Is quoted
The locnl lead market Is quiet and
unchanged nt W.3714C-1.45. London de
clined Is 3d to 11 Cx 3d.
The local spelter mnvket also remained
unchanged at fS.GOu.20.
In London spelter advanced 2s Cd to 21
In Glasgow Iron closed unchanged nt
49s 30d. Mlddlosboro docllned 114d at 42s
6d. Tho local market ruled steady but
quiet, and with quotations moro or lesa
nominal No. 1 foundry Northern Is
quoted at $13.00H1G.OO, No. 2 foundry
Northern at ?l.00fll5.00. No. 1 foundry
Southern and No. 1 foundry Southern aoft
Chicago, Jan. 7. Cattle Receipts, 10,000:
markot slow. Good to prime steers, JO, 10
(35.65: poor to medium, JS.60tf4.M; Block
ers and fcedors, S2.3-V7J4.25; cows, $2.0W
4-25; heifers, W.00W.75; cannors, $3. 0O82.40;
bulls. ?2.255j4 2.S; calves, J3.&037 25.
Hogs Receipts today, 40,(KV, tomorrow,
30,000; &ffl0c lilghcr. Mixed and butchers'.
$l.75fr5.05, good to cholro heavy, ?l.5Jv
5.1214; rough heavy, 54 655T4.W; light. fl.W
iil.; bulk of sales, J4. 7514.00.
Sheep Receipts. 15,(00; sheep steady to
10c higher; iambs steady to 10c higher.
Good to choice wctherJ. M.lOff'I.GO; fair
to cholco mixed, FJ,25-7'4,00; Westr-rn
sheep, f3.6(VO'.60; native lambs, Jl.OOy
6.35; Western lnmbs, Jj.50?6..
South Omaha, Jan. 7. Cattle Receipts,
3500; market active and strong; native
Btocrs, J3.GOif;.25 . cows and heifers, 52.73-S?
4.0); canners, $1.75fr2JiO: stockers and feed
ers, f2.7584.00: calves, J3.0OJ75.25; bul)p,
stags, etc. t2.fiotM.00.
Hogs Receipts. 7500; murket &g 10c
All drugglats guarantee every bottle of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and will
refund the money to anyone who Is not
satisfied after using two-thlrdo of the
contents. This is the best remedy in
the world for la grippe, coughs, colds,
croup and -whooping cough and Is pleas
ant and safe to take, It prevents any
tendency of a' cold to result In pneumonia.
PRODUCE PICKING UP
Decided Improvement in
FISH ARE IN GIOI IEMANI
Turkeys in Geod Firm and
Mevlng Quite Well.
Littlo Doing in Chickens Because of
Extreme Scarcity Potatoes
Very satisfactory Indications of Im
provement In the produco trade wero ap
parent on the locnl market yesterday.
Orders from the country wero quit nu
merous and the city trade was showing
a decidedly moro healthy condition than
It has done beforo since the holidays. Tho
demand for flBh was particularly good
and turkeys wero moving to somo extent.
An Invoice of lino mountain trout was
among tho arrivals of tho day. Tho tur
keys on hand aro of exceptionally good
quality. Thcro was little doing In chick
ens for tho reason that thoro arc very
few or. tho market. Potatoes are moving
very well at J1.25 per hundred.
Hay, Groin and Straw.
Alfalfa, per ton ?10.5oail.00
Oat straw, per bale 30fl .35
Timothy, per ton. baled 13.60ifl4.00
Wheat, per bushel S5w .93
Corn, per cwt 1.20) 1.35
Corn, cracked 1.2n 1.35
Oats 1.30fj 1,40
Rolled oats 1.45fl 1.50
Barley, wholo 1.154$ 1 20
Barley, rolled 1.25$ 1.30
Flour, bakors No. 1 1.90W 1.95
Flour, straight grade 2.00fii 2.10
Flour, high patent 2.20
Graham flour 2.15
Bran 93 1.00
Drrsned beef, per pound $ .05 ?7.07
Dressed pork, per pound OS tf.W
Dressed veal, per pound 034'cr09
Dressed mutton, iter pound.. .0514
Dressed lamb, per pound. ... .07
Dressed hens, per pound $ .13
Dressed turkeys, per pound 23
Ducks, per pound 15
Live poultry, hens, per pound 12
Live spring chickens 15
Jonathan apples, per box J 2.00
Santa Paula lemons, per box. 4. COG" COO
California oranges, per box.... 3.00it 4.00
Lemons, per box , 4.0Oji 5, CO
Utah apples, per bushel 1. 75ft 2.23
California Bellflowcrs 1.75$ 2.0)
Pears, per bushel M
Cranberries, per barrel ll.CO?12.00
Oregon apples, per box 1.75
Figs and dates 6c, 8c, 10c
Persimmons, per box 1.50
Winter potatoes, per cwt 1.23
Utah onions , 1.50
Utah celery, per dozen 45 .50
California sweet potatoes, per
pound 0341? .03
Cabbage, per 100 2.00
Butter, per pound J .26
Cheese, per round 1314
Eggs, per caic $$.5011.00
Fancy cheese, per pound ,114
Comb honey, per crate 3,00
Strained honey, per pound 07
Swcltzer cheese, per pound is
Steclhcad salmon, per pound J .1514
Halibut, per pound 12
Striped bass, per pound 15
Shad, per pound 10
Mountain trout, per pound 25. 30
Soles, per pound 09
Flounders, per pound 09
California smelts, per pound 12
Codfish, per pound 12
Catfish, per pound 12
Porch, per pound 10
Lobsters, per pound 14
New York oysters (counts), per 100. 1.C0
Utah carp and mullet 03
Sea bQM 12
Crabs, per dozen 3.00
higher; heavy, f4.7O4.80; mixed. W.60174.75;
light, J4.E02N.65: pigs, J3.75S4.50; bulk of
Sheep Receipts, CO00; market steady;
fed muttons. M.0O3M.60, wethers. J3.E0fr3.90,
ewes. S3.753f3.66: common and stockers,
J2.23U3.70. lambs, J4.755.75.
Kansas City, Jan, 7. Cattle Receipts,
COCO; steady; native steers. 13.604,75; na
tive cows and heifers, $2.40gl.5; stockers
and feeders, J3.25-fi3.7S; bulls, J2.2&23.25;
calves, J2.B0gc.75; Wostern steers, J3.403;
4.15; Western cows, J4.3O5.70.
Hogs Rccolpts, 9000; steady to higher;
bulk of sales, J4.f.&-U0; heavy. J4,60jiM.S);
packers, J4.&64.75; pigs and lights, J4.300
Sheep Receipts. 2000; muttons, J3.S0v
4.45; lambs, JI.75Ji6.65; range wcthere, J3.65
CC4.40; owes. Ji30?3,55.
St. Joseph. Jan. 7. Cattle Recolpts,
170); common weak, others higher. Na
tives, J3. 35 (J 5.25; cows and heifers Jlio
Lii; stockers and feeders, J2.C0?H,25.
Hogs Receipts 4700; &10c hlchfr.
Light. JL67141f4.72Vi; medium and hfcavy,
Sheep Receipts, 1350; steady. Lambs,
J5,75: wethers, J4 75.
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, Jan. 7. Wheat was nervous
and a disposition was manifested among
traders to play the market for a decline
Notwithstanding the fact that war news
seemed about aa threatening as yeBter.
day, and that consols were lower, open
ing prices showed losses My being if?
Uc lower at S7VM?83c. There was a good
lon of long wheat for sale and Ma?
waa gradually forced dowr to 8714c a
loss of lc from last night's final figures,
Toward the noon hour the sentiment sud
denly changed, on an erroneous cable dis
patch from Liverpool alleging that hos
tilities between Russia and Japan had
begun. Shorts became active buyors, nnd
In their efforts to cover the price of
May was advanced rapidly to SSc. De
nial of tho report resulted In as quick a
reaction, May again selling to S,lic, The
close was weak, nt almost tho lowest fig
ure of the day, with May at h714f5S7',c
Clearances of -wheat nnd flour were equal
to 2S3.200 bushols, Primary receipts were
653,700 busholK, against 423.W0 bushels :i
year ngo. Minneapolis, Duluth nnd Chi
cago reported recolpts of 073 cars, against
616 cars last woek and 310 cars a year
Corn was decidedly weak, partly bo
causo of the action of wheat and partly
becauso of lack of support. After open
ing iSMc lower to IdftUc higher Rt 47!7
48c, May sold off to 478-47Hc. and closed
at 4714714c. a loss of c for tho day.
Local receipts were 217 cars, with none
of contract grade.
Oats received a setback early In thu
day, on the weakness In other grains,
May cloned unchanged nt 39V4gs?ic. Lo
cal receipts were S2 cars.
There was liquidation In provisions on
a fairly largo scale, especially In May
pork, and that product led the list In
seeking a lower level In prices. Late
buying by commission houses cnuscd a
steadier tone, but final figures on Mav
pork wero 35c lowor at J1314. May lard
waa down 12V4c at J7.00, and ribs wero
also off 1214c at J6.70. Estimated receipts
for tomorrow: Wheat, 15 cars; corn, 215
cars; oats, Jk5 cars.hogp, 3S.0O) head
RANGE OF LEADING FUTURES.
Artlclos. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat, No. 2
May SS SSI', ST711 87?;
July S3i S314 82 S2Vt
Soptember SI 8L 01i S0i
Corn, No. 2
January 4314 4311 43H, 4311
May 48 4S 4714 4711
July 47 r,Yt .1614 46
Oats. No. 2-
January Mii 36 3S&
May S054 39-4 SSI'r 33
July 36 26tf 26 36fc
Mesa pork, per bbl.
May 13 3714 13.3714 13.2714 13.3214;
Lard, per 300 lbs.
Jonuary 6.7714 fi-7714 C.72V4 6.75
May 7.0714 7.1214 7.00 7.00
Short ribs, per 100 lbs.
May 6 80 G.S5 6.674 C.70
Cash Quotations were as follows: Flour,
firm: No. 2 spring wheat, J2ftS4c; No. 3.
7&frS0c; No. 2 red. S3f?SSl'tc; No. 2 corn, 44c;
No. 3 yellow. 46c; No. 2 oats. 36;fcfi37!4V&c;
No. 3 white. 36tz3S14c; No. 2 rye, 53c: fair
to choice malting barley. 43fu$c; No. 1
flax seed, C5!4c, No. 1 Northwestern. J1.03;
prime timothy seed, $2.00; mesa pork, per
barrel, J13.12V,?fl3.25: lard, per lOo pounds,
J6.721406.76; short ribs sides (loose), J5.3714
ff?6.65; short clear sides (boxed), J6,621fci
G.75-, whisky, basis of high wines, J1.27;
clover, contract grade, JU.2.1?11.35.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles Receipts. Shlpm'ts.
Flour, barrels ....... 24,400 30.000
Wheat, bushels 26.400 55,500
Corn, bushels 160,600 200.000
Oats, bushels ..t 92,300 330.0O)
Rye, bushels 2.900 5.000
Barley, bushels 47.600 39.300
On the produco exchange today tho but
ter market was easier; creameries, 36)l
20c; dairies, 34ff21c; eggs, steady, 2g23c;
cheese, steady, 10gi0!4c
San Francisco, Jan. 7. Wheat Strong,
Barley Strong; May, 51.00i.
St. Louis "Wool Market.
St. Louis. Jan 7. Wool Steady; me
dium grades and combing, !Stf21c; light
fine. 1617140. heavy fine, 12514!4o; tub
New York Sugar Market.
Now York, Jan. 7. Sugar Raw, nomi
nal; fair refining, 3 cents; centrifugal
.6-test. 314c; molnescs sugar, 23$o. Re
fined Is quiet; crushed, J5 05; powdered,
J1.55; granulated, J4.15.
Butter and Eggs.
New York, Jan. 7. Butter Firm;
creamery. 1&624C; Stnto dairy, iSftClc.
Eggs Strong, Western, "'tj37c.
The World's Best
linllinnU Sparkling, Exclusive
name ZsC every piece
Exclusive Agents for Salt Lake
City CALiLAWAY, HOOCK &
FP.ANCI8. 166 Bo. Main atrcet.
Flour, Meat, Lard, Butter,
Eg, Cocoanut Sale.
5 pounds Beat Starch J .23
3 cans Peas 23
Picnic Hams, per pound 10
4 cans Good Tablo Peaches 25
14 bars Beat-'Em-All Soap 50
10-pound bucket Lard l.O)
50-pound can Lard 4.65
5-pound can Lard 53
Cranberries, per quart JO
Gallon can Best Sorghum 59
Dunham's 40c Cocoanut, per pound 20
Warranted Baking Powder, 2 lbs. for. ,25
5-pound box Crackors .40
3 cans Good Salmon 25
High Patent Flour, per cwt 2.30
Straight Grade , 2.10
Fresh Eggs, per doaen 20
Fair Eggs, per dozen 20
Three 1-lb. packages Seeded Raisins.. .25
3 packuges Oxford Flakes . .25
118 WEST FIRST SOUTH STREET,
I Progress I
MEATS, FISH, POULTRY 1
AND OYSTERS. FRUIT AND 1
VEGETABLES OF ALL 1
H. WARD, Prop. 1
130 W. Second South. I
City Poundkeeper's Sale.
Notice Is hereby given to thn owner or
owners of the animal hereinafter de
scribed, and to whomsoever It may con
cern: That thoro Is Impounded at tho
present time In the city pound the fol
lowing described animal One sorrel horse
about 12 years old, both kncs been cut;
one white foot behind; branded with lazv
J and F combined on left thigh. If sold
animal Is not claimed and all amounts
due thereon paid, and en Id animal taken
away within ten (10) dayn fro.n tho dato
of tho first publication of this notice. It
will be sold by tho city poundkeeper. at
publlo sale, at 10th So. nnd Sth E., Jan.
18, 104, In this c?ty. at tho hour or 2
p. tn to tho highest bidder.
C. H. GATE8, Poundkeeper.
Date of first publication, Jan. S, 3904.
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best of satisfaction to bankers as H
well as Individual Investors. H
1 C. V. CUMMINGS. Manager. I
U Rooms 211-212 DJjjjkH
Joe Bowers Mining company. Principal
place of business, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Notice. There arc delinquent upon the
following-described stock, on account of
assessment levied on the 14th day of Oc
tober, 1903. tho several amountB sot oppo-
slto the names of tho respective share
holders, as follows:
Cert. Name. Shares. Ain't.
556-F. G. Morse 300 1.60
5S9 J. O. Havt 10) .50
eS0 Jackson Si Morso 383 .9214
702 Shoots & Thompson 600 2.50
SI 8 J. ir Bean COO 1.60
805 John Grundfor GOO 2.50
856 John Grundfor COO 2.50
897 John Grundfor 500 2.50
997 A, C. Bishop 500 2 50
3007 Max E. Smith 500 2.50
1066 Jos. Cassln 500 2.50
1129 S. O. Day 500 2.50
1169 W. T. Edwards 1.00) 5.00
1199 E. H. Alrls 1.000 6.00
3201 E. H. Alrls 1.000 5.00
1219-J. A. Pollock 500 2.00
1353 Max Smith 90 .43
1297-A. H. Cowle 11 .07
142W. H. Bean 14 .07
34S2 Jas. Harrington 21 .13
1463 S. O. Day 24 .32
3471-F. S. Oswald 13 .21
3490 C A. Greabcr .1,000 5.00
1503 Mrs. M. Horrlck 1,000 6.00
1504 Jao. Cnssln ?l .12
ir.56 Union Worthlngton 9 ,04
3826 M. M. Miller 1.000 6.CO
3S94 J. A. Brown 3,000 5.00
3903 Frank D. Moore .'. 3.000 6.00
3929-Clias. L. Burnham 5,000 25.0)
3969-John Grundfor S9 .1S14
2013 Theodore Davis 1.000 5. CO
2012 Theodore Davis LOCO 6.00
2C45-D M. Griffiths 3,000 5.00
2097 Daniel S. Spencer 1,000 6.0)
21C5 Thos. L. Hamor 1.000 5.00
210S-C. J. Mlllls 1,000 6.00
2123 E. M. West 1,090 5.00
2123- C. M. Dunlap. A. Grund
for and J. RasmusBon.. 403 2.0214
21S5 W. H. Clark 50) 2.50
2194- P C. Richards 500 2.50
2195 P. C. Richards 1,000 5.00
2205 W. H Clark 600 2.60
2231 W. H Clark 1.00) 5.00
2237 T A. Ketchum 1,00) 5.00
2247-H. G. Williams 500 2.50
230S F D. Higglnbotham. Jr.. 1,000 5.00
2317 Barnott & Langlcy 200 1.00
232G Max E. Smith 500 2.50
2329 Mrs. H. S. Beatlo 2,0"") 30.00
2241 IT S. Jnckson 50) 2.C0
2343 Arthur Symons 10) .50
2359-Hudson Sons & Co 500 2.50
2361 Julius Haupt 1,000 5.00
2o62-Jullus Haupt 1,(00 5.C0
2S71 Anna Llggan 500 2.50
2372 Anna Llggan 500 2.50
23S7 W E. Maddlson 500 2 50
2124 F. D. Higglnbotham, Jr.. 1,000 5.00
2449 W J. Browning 1,000 6.00
2450- W. J. Browning ' 1,00) 6.00
2151 W. J. Browning 3,r0 6.03
2452 W. J. Browning 1,000 6.00
2453 W J. Browning 1,000 5.00
2476-J H. Felt 500 2.50
2517 Chas. Goldberg 5,0)0 25.00
2518 Chas. Goldberg 3,509 17 CO
2523 Ed Mehllngcr 750 3 75
2530 E. M. West 3,000 5. CO
2531- E. M. West 1,000 5.00
2T-32 E. M. West 1,000 5.00
2534 E. M. West 1,000 6.0)
25r C. F. Dantell 250 1.25
2536 C. S. Osgood 260 1.30
253.-C. F. Osgood 125 . 6214
25SS C. F. Dantell 250 1.30
2553 J. W. Collier 260 1.30
2541 R. Walker 7 .0314
2542 A. T. Sanford 340 1.70
2543 John McNcal 269 1.30
2544 John Hlckoy 30 .35
25-17 R, C. Lund 0)0 3.00
2549 F B. McCracken 5S0 2.90
2659 H B. Allsvs 6 .0214
2561 H. B. Alleys ; 10 .05
2552 H. B. Alloys 30 .05
2553 H. B. AlleyB 10 .03
2554 H B. Alleys 13 .0514
2555 Otto Holts 260 1.30
2556 C F, Ercnnbrack 575 2.8714
2553 W. J. Browning 685 2.9214
2559 C. F. Warren .., 350 1.90
2560 M. W. Taylor C5 .2714
2501 J. A. Pollock 225 1,1214
2562 Frank Hall 415 2.0714
2563 Hudsbn Sons & Co 60 .40
2564 Hudson Sons A Co 252 1.10
2:65 R L. Colburn 215 1.0714
2566 E. A. King 90 .45
2567 W. P. Lynn 40 .20
2565 A. Anderson 260 1.30
2569 J. M. Burt 90 .45
2570 Marcla D Burnham 260 1.30
2571 A V. McCornlck 2ft) ' 1.40
2572 W. W. Armstrong 370 .S5
2573 W. J. Mclntyre 25 .12
2574 E. W. Cnson 7 .03.
2575 H. J. Faust. Jr. 10 .05
2576 Fred Mathews 63 .3114
2577 Irvlno & Mason 55 .2714
2578 Irvlno & Mason SO .40
2679 Irvine & Mason 78 29
2550 R. L, Colburn 20 .10
2551 W. B. Hance 10 .05
I5S2 F. E. McGurrln 10 .05
2583 DeWitt B. Lowo 10 .05
2584 Cora A. Smith SS .19
2585 R. E. Millor 34 .17
2M6 Roo A, Deal 30 .18
2587 J. H. Stnlllngs 27 .134
2f58 Geo Z. Edwards 9S .49
2C02 E, M. West 1.000 G.O)
2003 E. M. West 1.000 6.00
2604 E. M. West 1,00) 5.0)
2605 E. M, West 1,000 D O)
2606 E. M. West 1.000 6 CO
2607 E. M. West 1.00) 5.00
And In accordance with law and the or
der of tho board of directors, mndo on tho
llth day of October. 1903, so many shares
of each parcel of such stock as may bo
necessary will bo sold at room 225 D. F
Walker building. Salt Lalco City, Utah, on
the 4th day of January, 1901. at tho hour
of 2 o'clock p. nj., to pay delinquent as
sessment thereon, together with tho cost
of advertising and expenses of the sale.
R. T BURTON, JR.. Secretary.
Room 225 D. F. Walker building.
At a meeting of the board of directors of
the Joe Bowers Mining Co., held this 4th
day of January. 3904. tho above date of
sale of delinquent stock Is hereby post
poned until Saturday, tho 30th day of Jan
uary, 3904, nt the samo hour and place.
R. T. BURTON. , JR.. Secretary.
Room 225 D. F. Walker building,. rS77
Notice Is hereby given that there will
bo a meotlng of the members of tho First
Presbyterian church of Salt La"ke City,
in tho pnrlora of said church, on tho cor
ner of Second South and Second East
streets, In Salt Lake City, Utah, on
Wednesday evening. January 20th, 1301,
at 8 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of re
Incorporating said church, and choosing
officers of such reincorporation, anil
transacting such other business In con
nection with said reincorporation as mav
como before said meeting.
By order of the session.
WILLIAM M, PADEN,
President and Pastor,
llenrv G, McMillan, Secretary.
Salt iiako City, Utah, January 4, 1901.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or the respcUr
elgners for further Information.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court, In and for Salt Lako county, Stato
of Utah. Department No. J.
In tho matter of tho estate of Mary
L. Dash, deceassd. Notice.
The petition of George Dash praying for
the admission to probate of a certain doc
ument, purporting to be a transcript of
tho last will and testament of Mnry L.
Dash, deceased, and for tho granting of
letters testamentary to himself, has been
set for hearing on Friday, the 22nd day
of January, A. D. 1904, at ton o'clock a.
m., at tho county courthouse. In the
courtroom of enld court. In Salt Lake
City, Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 7th day of
January, A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
David B. Davlcs, Deputy Clerk.
Rogers, Street & Guhecn, Attorneys for
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL. DISTRICT
court, In and for Salt .Lake county. State
of Utah. Department No. 3.
In the matter of tho estate of Clara Zt
Dooley, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Goorgo Jay Gibson
praying for tho admission to probate of
a certain document, purporting to be tho
last will and testament of Clara Z, Doo
ley, deceased, nnd for the granting of
lettors testamentary to Gcorpo Jay Gib
son, has been sot for hearing on Fri
day, tho 22nd day of January. A. D. 19-94,
at ten o'clock a. m., at tho county court
house In tHe courtroom of sold court. In
Salt Lako City. Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of oald court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 7th day of
January, A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
David B. Davles, Doputy Clerk.
Thompson & Gibson, Attorneys for Petitioner.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Mnrtha Reeves, deceased,
Creditors will present claims, with vouch
ers, to tho undersigned at 404 McCornlck
building, Salt Lake City. Utah, on or be
fore tho 20th day of April, A. D. 1901.
PRANK II. CLARK,
Administrator of Estate of Martha
Evans, Ingobretsen & Evans, Attorneys
Date of first publication, Dec. 18, A. D.
An ordlnanco levying a tax and for the
assessment of property on the west sldo of
East Tcmplo street, between North Tem
ple and First North streets, and on the
west side of Center street, between First
North and Vino streets, In Sidewalk dis
tricts Nos. 12, 20 and 27, for tho construc
tion of sidewalks
Bo It ordnlned by the City Council of
Salt Lake City, Utah?
Section 1. That the City Council does
hereby levy the tax and provldo for tho
assessment upon the property hereinafter
described, abutting on tho west sldo of
East Tomple street, between North Tcm
plo and First North streets, and on tho
.west sldo of Center street, between First
'North and Vino streets, In Sidewalk dis
tricts Nos. 12, 20 and 27.
This tax Is lovlod to defray tho expense
of constructing sidewalks upon said por
tions of said streets opposlto the property
hereinafter described to bo especially af
fected and benelltod by sold Improvement,
and It Is horeby adjudged, determined and
established that the samo will bo especial
ly benoflted thereby to tho full amount of
tho tax horeby levied, and said parcels of
land aro horeby assessed at an equal and
uniform rate In accordance with tho
linear foot frontagii upon said portions of
said streets fronting upon and to a depth
of twenty-five (25) feet, back therefrom,
and the tax hereby levied and to be as
sessed upon said parcels of land la ono
thousand three hundred nnd fifty-nlno and
62-100 (J1359.62) dollars, or ono and 6S-10O
(J1.6S) dollars per front or linear foot, and
tho Treasurer Is hereby authorized and
empowered to assess In accordance with
tho provisions of this ordinance for tho
purpose heroin mentioned, all of lots 1
and S, block 94, plat "A," and all of lot 3.
block 5. plat "E," Salt Lako City survey,
as the samo arc shown upon tho official
plats of said city, to a depth of twenty
flvo (25) feet back from said Btreots.
Section 2. This ordinance shnll take ef
fect upon approval. .
Passed by the City Council of Salt Lako
City, Utah, December 14th, 1903, and re
ferred to the Mayor for his approval.
J. O. NYSTROM. City Recorder.
Approved this 16th day of Dcccmbor,
1903. EZRA THOMPSON, Mayor.
Stato of Utah, City and County of Snlt
I, J. O. Nyatrom, City Recorder of Salt
Lake City. Utah, do heroby certify that
the above and foregoing Is a full, true and
correct copy of an ordlnanco entitled "An
ordinance levying a tax and for the assess
ment of property on tho west sldo of East
Tcmplo atrcot, botwoen North Temple and
First North streets, and on tho west side of
Center streot. between First North and
Vino streets. In Sidewalk districts Nos.
32, 20 and 27, for tho construction of side
walks," passed by tho City Council of
Salt Lake City. Utah, December 14th, 1903,
and approved by tho Mayor December
16th, 1903, aa appears of record in my of
fice. In witness whoreof I havo hereunto sot
my hand and affixed tho corporate seal of
said city, this 17th day of Decombor. 1903.
J, O. NYSTROM,
Seal. City Recorder.
Bill No. 338.
Sidewalk Extension No. 53. pl597
Sampson Mining' company, secretary's
office, sulto 700 McCornlck block, Salt Lake
City. Utah. January 4, 1904.
Notice There ore dollnquent upon tho
following-described stock on account of
assessment No. 30, lovlod November 21,
1U03, the several amounts sot opposlto tho
names of the respective shareholders as
Namc. tlficate. Shares. Amt.
J H. Reese 336 370 J7.40
G. Gambrlll 337 370 7.40
L. B, Smith 309 EOS 4.16
Hubbard W. Reed... 324 4S.767 T75.34
And In accordance with law and tho or
der of the board of directors made Novem
ber 21, 1903, so many sharos of each parcel
of stock as may bo necessary will bo sold
nt auction at sulto 700 McCornlck block,
Salt Lake City, Utah, on Wednesday, Jan
uary 20, 1901, at 4 p. m., to pay delinquent
nsscssmont theroon, together with costs
of advertising and expense of sale.
r3!2. II. If. GREEN. Secretary.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
California Mining and Milling company,
Principal place of business In Nevada,
Elko. Elko county, Nevada: principal
place of business In Utah, 221 South Wc3t
Templo street. Suit Lako City, Utah. Lo
cation of mines, Uintah Mining District,
Summit county, Utah.
Notice la heroby given that at a meet
ing of tho board of trustees of said cor
poration, duly held on tho 28th day of
Decombcr, 1903, nn assessmont (No. 6)
of olght (S) cents per share was Ipvlcd
upon tho capital stock of this corpora
tion, payablo Immediately to H. G Fish
er, assistant secretary, at tho office of
tho Western Exploration company, tho
office of this company. No. 221 South
West Templo street, Salt Lako City,
Any and all stock on which this as
sfissment remains unpaid on Saturday,
the 30th day of January, 1904. at 12 o'clock
noon, will be delinquent and ndvcrtlsed
for sale, and if tho assessment Is not
sooner paid, together with tho costs of
advertising, to much of each parcel of
stock as shall be necessary to pay said
assessment and all costs of advertising
and sale will bo sold at public auction
at the said office of tho company on
Saturday, tho 27th day of February, 1994,
at 3 o'clock p. m.
By order of tho board of trustees,
W. I. SNYDER, Secretary.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clork or the respective IH
signers for further Information. f !
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. H
Estate of John L. Beckett, deceased. .-'11
Creditors will present claims, with vouch- :
ere, to tho undersigned at office of C. B.
Jack. 33 Commercial block. Salt Lake City.
Utah, on or before the 39th day of April, jM
A. D. 1901. ADA M. BECKETT, I
Executrix of Estat6 of John L. Beckott,
C. B. Jack, Attorney for Estate.
Dato of first publication, Dec. IS, A D IH
TN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division. In nnd for Salt Lako county, .H
State of Utah. In tho matter of the cs
tatc and guardianship of Josoph P., Ever
ctt, Vaughn A.. Adallne, Ray C. and Mln- JM
nle Cutler, minors. Notice. IH
Tho petition of Hebcr S. Cutler, the
guardian of the persons and tho estates
of Joseph P Cutlor et al minors, for, 'H
confirmation of sale of the followlng-de-scribed
real estate, to wit: All of lots 7
and S. In block one (1) of the People's Co fM
Operative Institution, first addition, In
Lehl City. Utah countv. Utah, for tho JH
sum of J50.00, and upon the following
terms, to tvlt: Cash, as appears from tho
return of sale, filed In this court, has bcon'
sot for hearing on Friday, the 35th day of
January, A. D. 3904, at 10 o'clock a. :n., at
tho county courthouse. In the courtroom JH
of said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this .Hat day of JM
December, A. D. 1501.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By J. I). Eldrcdge, Jr., Deputy Clerk.
Don V. Harwood. Attorney. rl2
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO-
bate division. In and for Salt Lake .coun
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of the
cntato of James Johnston, deceased. No-
Tho petition of Blanca J, Johnston,
praying for the Issuance to hereolf of let- tM
ters of administration in tho estate of
James Johnston, deceased, has been set
for hearing on Saturday, the 16th day of
January, A. D, 1904, nt 10 o'clock a. m., at tM
the county courthouse, In the courtroom IH
of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lake
county, Utah. JM
Witness the clerk of said court, with
the rcal thereof affixed, this 4th day of
January, A. D. 1KM. JOHN JAMES,
By-David B. Davlcs. Deputy Clerk. JM
Thomas Adams, Attorney for Petitioner. ,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
Division. In and for Salt Lake county,
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho cstato
of John Larson, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of W. E. Ferrcbeo, admin-
Istrntor of the estate of John Larson, de- lM
ceared, praying for tho settlement of final
account of said administrator and for the
distribution of the residue of said eatato
to tho persons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Friday tho 15th day of Jan-i
nary, A. D. 1904, nt 10 o'clock a. m., at,
tho county court house In the court room
of said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court with the
seal thereof affixed this 28th day of Dc-'
comber, A. D. 1903. JOHN JAMES.
(Seal.) Clerk. 1
By David B. Davles. Doputy Clerk. '
Stephens & Smith, Attornoys. I
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. I
Estato of Joseph D. Lewis, deceased. Il
Creditors will present clatsis, with vouch- ll
crs. to tho undersigned at No. 218 South
Main street, Salt Lako City, Utah, on or
before the 1st dav of Novomber, A. D. 1904.
ELM IRA F, COLLINS, !
Executrix of Estate of Joseph D. Lewis,.
S. H. Lewis, Attorney for Estate.
Dato of first publication, Dec. 18, A, D
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE IH
division. In and for Szlt Lake county. IB
State of Utah. In the matter of tho es
tato of Martin Sorensen. deceasod. No-
The petition of Jacob Jensen, praying
for the Issuance to A. B. Irvine of letters
of administration In tho estate of Martin'
Soronsen. deceased, has been set for hear-1
lng on Friday, tho 36th day of January,'
A. D. 3904, at 30 o'clock a. m., at tho coun
ty courthouse, In the courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coun
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 2Sth day of.
December, A. D. 3903,
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clork. 1
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork. .
Ashby Snow, Attorney. I
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
hatn division. In and for Salt Lake coun-,
ty, State of XJtan. 2n the matter of tho I
eetato and guardianship of Clem B. cad
Flora Wiseman, minora. Notice.
The petition of Mrs. Lou E. Dukes, tho
gunrdlan of the persons and the estates
of Clom B. and Flora Wiseman, minors, '
praying for an order to settle annual ac
count and to mortgage the real property.
of said minors, and that all persons In-
tcrested appoar before the said court to1
show causo why an order should not bo
granted to mortgage so much as shall
be necessary of the following-described)
real estate of said minors, 10 wit: Com- il
menclng 10 rods north of tho S. W. cor- 'M
ner of lot 4, In block 31, plat A, Salt Lake ,
City survey, nnd running thonce north 3,
rods: thenco east 10 rods; thence south
3 rods: thonco west 30 rods to place of JH
beginning, has beon sot for hearing on 'H
Friday, tho 15th day of January, A. D. ' IH
3904 nt 10 o'clock a. m.. at the county 'H
courthouse, In the courtroom of said
court, In Ealt Lako City, Salt Lake coun- IH
ty. Utah. . .
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 30th day of
December. A. D. 1903. 'H
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. ;
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Hlmrlns & Sonior, Attorneys.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, In nnd for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah. '1
In tho matter of the cstato of George 'H
J Woodllng, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of 'James H. Woodllng and
Reason L. Woodllng praying for the Is
sunnco to R. D. McDonald of letters of
administration- In tho estato of George lH
J. Woodllng, deceased, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 35th day of Jan
uary. A. D. 3904, nt 10 o'clock a. m at
the county courthouse, In tho courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lalco City, Salt
Lako county. Utah.
Witness the clerk of mid court, with
the "seal thereof affixed, this 31st day
of December, A. X). 1903.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
Bv David B. Davles. Deputy Clork.
Frank Hoffman, Attorney. rl3
ASSESSMENT NOTICE NO. 2.
St, Louls-Vassar Mining and Milling
company, a corporation organized under
the laws of the Stnto of Utah. Location
of principal placo of business, Salt Lake
Notice Is hereby given that at a meotlng
of the board of directors of said oorporn- 1
tlon, hold on the thirty-first (31st) day of
December, 1903, nn assessment of two (2) fH
cents per share was levied upon tho capl
tal stock of tho corporation, payable Im
medtately to W. H. Lako, secretary, at the
banking houso or Walker Bros,, bankors. IH
Snlt Lake City, Utah, and that any stock 'H
upon which this assessmont romoins un
paid on the first '.1st) dnv of Fobruary.
3904. will bo delinquent and advertised for
Bale at public auction, nnd unless paymont
Is made before, will be sold on tho eight- H
eenth (18th) day of February, 3904. to pay
tho delinquent assessment, together with 1
cost of advertising end cxpenso of, sale. 1
Tho said assessment Is levied by order H
of the stockholders holding and represent- H
lng more than two-thirds of tho capital
stock. W. E. LAKE, Secrotary.
A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
stockholders of tho Pembroko Statlonorv
company will be held at Its office, In Salt
Lake, nn tho 19th day of January, 1904, at
5 p. m., to vote upon amendments to th Yl
articles of Incorporation to Increase the lH
capital stock of said corporation, and In- KH
creasing the number of directors.
A. B, PEMBROKE, Secy.
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