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Ik The Salt Lakb TRDBmsrE; Wednesday Mobster g- January 27, 1904:. 7
b '. bpA
llME OF SEE-SAW
y Go, Down They Go,
tions in Wall Street
I Is A WAITING ONE
taking Markad Opening
frhsn Cams Slump.
ijj ton Exchange "Was Marked
Vj iiseuce of Outsiders
ric, Jan. SC. Today's slock mar
iftabsorb a considerable volume
h wkihg again, especially during
i"i part of the day. This It did to
5 Feat effect, but therc was no
fehown to follow the advance,
larket relapsed into the dullness
II lUa characteristic previous to
Ira movement The market
fbc waiting for a fresh move by
Stive, party which assumed tho
Jof the rlso. as the outside pub
Is conspicuous by Its absence,
played a part in tho restriction
y's business, but tho sales for
ant from that cause wero In
Volume. Returns of railroad
lings for the third week in Jan
Tcomlng to hand, arc of mixed
but the average ratio of In
ij, last year's corresponding pe
ihlson statement for December
V- decrease in net earnings of
(1 increased operating expenses
ped out the pain In gross oarn
ied an unfavorable impression,
pt no effect on tho Atchison
f. The decrease In net earnings
b reporting for November, which
taverage decrease shown during
ar year, Is nccounted for by de
soalcrs and trunk line earnings,
r; owing to comparison with tho
period following tho strike set
It year, while the Southwestern
Which the Atchison Is represen
treased the net return for iso
mc 5.S3 per cent Tho Financial
i&Ieo notes a progressive decline
o of increase of gross earnings
rear, which was In July 1S.23 per
fust, liSO per cent, September.
nt; October, 8.S9 per cont and
iber, 4.10 per cent. "Weekly gross
ort December and January thus
irig: Indicate some Improvement
Ihe ratio of Increase over last
ampliation of tho returns of tho
V City trust companies to tho
troller discloses that the loans
t&tltutlons on December 31st had
fno less than $115,579,439, com
i their loans on June 30th prc
lio mystery of the almost sta
ndltion of the loan Item of tho
clearing-house banks through
onths period of drastic llquldn
"sccurltles market Is thus amply
pllation-of conditions of natlon
throughout the country as of
!nd, under the call of tho Con
waited with Interest to indicate
firsccnt largo expansion of New
iHoans has been due to shifting
am interior institutions to New
S7Nev York loan expansion Is
tfbe still In progress and tlmo
B appreciably firmer today, tho
ixtor six months rising to 4, per
ilHub-trcnsnry paid out $1,600,000
t of Japanese gold deposited at
:Isco. Otherwise the gains to
i on account of sub-treasury
.are falling off from the recent
The lato rise In the market un
idershlp of Pennsylvania mado
ere less active and steadied af
irregularity Total sales, par
0.000. United States bonds were
N YORK BOND LIST.
iVro?, 105V.lL. & N. v. 4s.. 00
" 1054 M. c. g. 4s 103
eg... .10fl Mex Cen. 4s ... 78
? 107 ( 1st Inc l&U,
irreg .132U "M & St. L. 4s. . 4S
133'4 M , K. & T. 48.. 47?i
ifreg .107V1 2nds SI
107V1 Mex. Nat. c. 4s. 1GA
ireg.. JOlVi N Y. C. g. Ss.. 9S',4
101U N J C. g. 5s.,131j
g. 4s., OOXf, No. PacJ. 4s.,.. 1031:,
?; SOU 2 73
Js 91 N. & "W. c 4S..97W
U.... ioi; o s. l. 4s & p.. or.v;
I. 93 Penn. c. 3s ... P0
p. 5a..l03ai Reading g. "4s. . 90
E 7HA St, L & I. JIL
IM4....1031,;, consol us 112?i
Ec. ... 77 St. L & S. F.
Ifiti. 4s 03d fg 4s 83i
Bt. P. St U S. W. lsts D4
.V 1 S( A L. ?s G7iA
.c. 7s,13lV4 So, Pac. 4s S3
FP. 4s 72 So. Ry. 5s 113H
rj.... .. ?2 T. & P. lata.. 115V&
l& SL T . St. L. S; -W.
i4s.... 97 -Is 73
j?,... ., SUA "U. Paa 4i 103
fcMa. . C014 con. 4u 071
Vs- f viionan isxa....iio-)ii
n 4a.s W, deb. BV G7?i
it P- C AVIs- Cen. 4s.... M
ai I..,., 101 C, F & 1. c. 6s.. 72
itf l70RK CLOSING STOCKS.
. Sales. High. Low. Close.
T ,' 2.300 JU;4 GOTi Ul,
15 !? 22,100 Hi S3H S3?,
Zi 700 ftl f.l ZOV-
g Pac ... 5,000 11IAA nsn il&M.
3jS Jersey .. 100 lClfc. 1C1'. 10)
55 T 31'A
n ICO 371 37?i 3714
lK JVest!.'". 1.600 i?" 1014 &
red , flyis
Trans ... r0 Hi li n
iv 2.S0O 25V? XX& 21-1
,! J;-: 4to iRii 13 1S14
20O 5.S 5,s 57(
.cd 3C0 2714 27 XVj
!r& w ,,;00 1KJ; 1CG!J i-'0
I 'io6 22V4 "22i
l. KO 73 73'A 72
.. . 0,200 w, 2S 2;
51 3,100 C9 C9U J
l.SO) 37A 3r,i 37-v.
rtS fSh lOi 10714 10SV&
lJSf .; 500 122H 122 32214
l?nt l' iwi 126" lM
BR 32,500 1!2a 1ao?i 12$
"'i.'' ""' U?' S 1'
"'80 c-' '
5nftredP" 4S3, 4S
rjgy 2 in im;
ttly." 200 33 31i 3514
-f New York 55?ic -f
-f- San Francisco 55-4c
-f- London 23?4d
-f New York exchange ?4.C0fi4.G5 -f
New York1 exchange 512.5012.75
STOCKS AND BONDS.
Dull and irregular,' -f
f GRAIN AND PROVISIONS.
f Wheat Active; lower. -f
4- Corn Active; Irregular.
-f Oats Steady.
Provisions Active; irregular. 4--f
Cattle Steady; lower.
- Hogs Firm, -
-f- Sheep Active. -f
St Paul 21,000 HCft W;J HC'.-a
Southern Puc 27,100 51 C0V1 51
Southern Ry 6,100 22 21 220;
preferred 1.S00 mi S3V4 S3ji
Tex & Pac 1,400 2ST6 2J& 2G5i
Tol St L & W 20
preferred 100 SOU S9 3S"j
Union Pao 1S,C0D Silt & Sl
. preferred 1,200 ?1 00 90
"Wabash 900 21 20 21
preferred 7.S00 401i SS 40
W & L Erie IS
Wisconsin Cent .... CoO 21 21Va 21
preferred 3,700 47 47V. 475J
Uiilted States 110
Wells Fargo 203
Amalg Copper 22,000 50;i 40 501i
Amer Car & F 300 20- 20 20
preferred 200 71 71 70Vj
Amer Lin Oil 10Vi
A3icr Loco ...21,300 2214 18 22
preferred 2,200 79 78 70
AiXer S & Rcf y,100 GOvi 40 50T&
preforred 703 92 91 92
Amer Sugar Hef ... 41,200 13L 123 1SS'
Anaconda M Co ... 100 71 74 74
Brooklyn R Tran.. 4,700 50 4&14 49:s
Colo F & Iron ....... 20) 14 2014 21"
Col & Hock Coal .. 7,200 lfi G!fc 1G
Con Gas 1,700 1JW 10514 1K"6
Gen Elec 175
Interna Paper 200 13 1314 13
Interna Pump 32
preferred 100 72 72 72
Nat "Biscuit . . 30Vi
Nat Lead 200 15T4 15T6 15
North -Amer 3. WW J-0 5S SS14
Pac Mall 1,000 3014 2S14 2914
People's Gas 10,300 102' lOUfc 101TS
P Steel Car 400 30 29 30
preferred 100 71 71 70
Pullman Pal Car 217
Rep Steel 1.10) S S 814
preferred 1,700 49 4014 47
Rubber Goods 3,300 21 20 2114
Tenn C & Iron 300 4014 30 40
U S Leather l.CCO S. 7 7
preferred 1,100 70 78 78
U S Rubtwr l.COO 14 13 13
preferred 500 61V4 51 51
U S Steel 8,100 11 11V4 IK's
preferred 2S.S00 5S 5714 5S14
West Union GOO SS 81
Nor Securities 02
Total sales for the day, 470,300 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
San Francisco. Jan. 20 Silver bars, 55.
Mexican dollars, nominal.
Drafts Sight, 1214, telegraph, 15.
Honey and Exchange.
New York, Jan. 20. Money on call
steady, 11452 per cent; closing bid, 1V4 per
cent, offered at 2 per cent. Tlaie loans,
ilrm; sixty dnys, 3JJ3V4 per cent; ninety
days, aiM per cent; six months, 4(y4 per
mercantile paper, 4tfr0kl per cent
Sterling exchange weak, with actual
business In bankers' bills at J4.5.GtM.S5.70
for demand and at 54.S3.10gl.S3.15 for sixty
Posted rates, $1.831471 SI and ?4.SH4'G'4.S7.
Commercial bills, SI.S2.
New York Metals.
New York, Jan. 2C. The London tin
market recovered a part of Its recent loss
during tho day's session, spot closing 1 10s
higher at 127 10s, while futures advanced
1 12s 6d to 12$ 7s Cd. The New York mar
ket, responding to these gains, closed about
50 points higher at 2S.30'2S.G0.
Copper was steady In London, with spot
2s Gd higher nt 50 Ch and futures 3s 9d
higher at 5G. Locally copper was more or
less nominal. Lake Is quoted at S.ea&f?
12.S714; electrolytic, $12.50312.75, and cast
ing, $12.37141 12.C214.
Lead was unchanged at $4.COy4.Co locally,
but declined Is 3d in London, where It
closed at 11 lis 3d.
Spelter was also unchanged In New York
closing at 54,05fi5.05, whllo In London it
advanced 2s Cd to 21 12s Gd.
Iron closed at 49s 9d In Glasgow and at
52s UMid In Mlddlesboro. Locally Iron was
nominally unchanged. No. 1 foundrv
Northern Is fjuolcd at $15.Cinr.00; No. 2
foundry Norlhorn Is quoted at $1 1.0015.00;
No. 1 foundry Southern and No. 1 foundry
Southern soft, ?13.75fl4.25.
North American Dividend.
Now York. Jan. 25. The directors of
the North American company have de
clared a dividend of 5 per cent per an
num, an increaiie of 1 per cent per an
num, payable in four quarlorly install
ments. It is announced that the divi
dend will bo paid out of tho dividends
nnd interest received by the company
fiom Its investment, without regard to
tho general profits of tho business
The company succeeded the Oregon &
Transcontinental in 1800, paying no divi
dends. In 1901 tho slock was reduced from
$10,000,000 to $12,000,600, and BUbsoqucnlly
Increased to $17,(00,000.
Chicago. 111., Jan. 26. Cattle Receipts,
C000: steady; good to prime steers, $4.7&g
5.C0: poor to medium, $l,00g4 GO; stockers
and feeders, $2. 25ft-. 15; cows, $1.501.25;
heifers. 32.00-i.SQ; canners, $1.50512.50;
bulls. J2.00tj4 25; calves, $3.500.75.
Hogs Receipts today, 32,000; tomorrow,
35,0. Mixed and butchers'. $4.8596.15:
1 good to choice heavy. $5.05fi5.20; rough
heavy, S4.S5J76.05; light. l.CSSS.OO; bulk of
sales, $ 1. 805 05.
Sheep Receipts, 15,000. Sheep and lambs
lOJiSOc lower. Good to choice wethers,
$4.2&ft4,60, fair to choice mixed, $3.251. .00;
Western sheep. $4.00ff4.G0; native lambs,
$-1 25.00; Western lambs, $1.50130.00.
St. Joseph, Mo.. Jan. 2C, Cattle Re
ceipts, 3200. Steady. 10c lower. Natives,
$3.505.15; cows and holfers. $2.00g"4.25;
stockers and feeders, $3.00-2"'t.25.
Hogs Receipts, G200, Market 5c lower.
Light, $4.S55.05; medium and heavy,
Sheep Receipts, 1900; lOftCoc higher.
Kansas City, Mo., Jan. 2G, Cattle
Receipts. 8000: steady to etrong; native
steers. $3.7og4.00; native cows and heifers.
$2.253.75; stockers and feeders. f3.00ff4.30r
bulls, $2.50113 50; calves. $3.75 5; West
ern steers. $3.7Q"4.45; Western cown. $1.G0
(Jj3.40. Hogs Receipts, 000; steady to
strong: bulk of sales, $5.00375.10; heavy,
J5.071viiC.15: packers. $4.90i75.0S, pigk and
light, $J.40g5.00. Sheep Receipts. 3000;
steady to Htrong; muttons, $3.6094.60:
lambs, $I.Cofi5.S5; range wethers, $3.2511)
4.10: ewes, 32,50i74.y
South Omaha. Neb., Jan, 26, Cattle
Receipts, 4500; steady, Natlvn Htcera, $3,50
3,70; cows and heifers, $2.705jf3.S5; can
ners, $1.5032.00; stockers and fccdorH, $2,50
(Tr4.W: calvcB, $3.CKS5.25: bulls, atags, etc.,
Hogs Receipts, 8000; steady. Heavy.
$4.85fr5.00; mixed. S-I.S3i-f ,00: light. $4,70W
4.85; pigs. $3.76ti4.50; bulk of soles. $4.85??.
Sheep Receipts. 5000; steady. Westerns.
$1.5Oi?5.10; wcthcro. $I.OOJj4.50. owch. $3.W
(J 1.00; common and stockers, $2 503.75;
lambs, SI 7526 00.
New York Sugnr Market.
New York. Jan 26. Sugar Raw. nomi
nal; fair refining, S27-32c; centrifugal .96-
HENS GO HIGHER STILL
Poultry Raisers in Position
to Reap a Harvest.
MANY E6GS COMING IN
Pride of Fresh Product Con
tinues Very High.
Oleomargeriue Has Proven Popular
and Is Causing' Butter to Be
Poultry raisers are In lino to reap a
harvpst now, for, whllo thero Is a good
supply of hens, tho price Is going up
again, and will be at top notch In a
Gay or two. There Is plenty of tho Utah
product and eggs are coming In from the
south in largo quantities. Tho highest
price- now is $0.50 a case. Butter Is also
Oleomargarine, which was Introduced as
a venture, has proven a success, and
the sale Is largo. It Is of superior qual
ity and tastes very much like butter.
Fish wcro plentiful, stcolhead salmon
selling at 11 cents, and there were quan
tities of striped bass.
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, per bale 5 .30fr .35
Tlmolhp. per ton, baled 14 .COtI'14.50
Wheat, per bushel SS'fr .W
Corn, per cwt 1.25 1.3")
Corn, cracked 1.3tr'1.33
Oats 1.35?p 1.40
Rolled oats 1.451?' 1.50
Barley, whole 1. loft 1.25
Flour, balcers' No. ,1 l.SOflV 2.00
Flour, straight grade 2.00$ 2.10
Flour, high patent 2-30
Graham flour 2.10
Bran 1.00Q 1.10
Dressed beef, per pound ......$ .00 J07
Dressed pork, per pound .07
Dressed veal, per pound .OS
Dressed mutton, per pound 05V3'.GfiV&
Dressed lamb, per pound .... .07!
Dressed hens, per pound $ .15
Dressed turkeys, per pound .23
Ducks, per pound 17
Live poultry, hens, per pound 12
Live spring chickens 15
Sant. Paula lemons, per box. $2. 50' 4.00
California orangos, per box.. 2.00ij 3.00
Lomons, per box 4.Cr 6.00
Utah apples, per bushel 1.25 1,50
Cranberries, per barrel 9.6O&12.00
Oregon apples, per box . 1.C0
Figs and dates 5s, Sc, 10c
Winter potatoes, per cwt $ 1.25
Utah onions 2. CO
Utah celery, per dozen S031.00
California sweet potatoes, per
pound 0314$?. 031i
Cabbages, per 100 S.50
Butler, per pound $ .20
Cheese, per pound .12!
Eggs, por caso 9.003' 9.50
Fancy cheese, per pound .... .13.
Comb honey, per crate 3.00
Strained honey, per pound.... .07
Swcltzer cheese, per pound.... .IS
Stcelhcad salmon, per pound $ .14
Halibut, per pound 13
Striped bass, per pound 15
Shad, por pound 10
Mountain trout, per pound 25i730
Soles, per pound 09
Flounders, per pound 09
California smelts, per pound 12"
CotlflBh, per pound 13
Cattish, per pound 12
Perch, por pound 10
Lobsters, por pound 15
New York oystors (counts), per
100 1 CO .
Utah carp and mullet W
Sea basH 12
Crabs, per dozen 3.00
test, 3 ll-32o ; molasses sugar, 2 19tfj32c. Rc
llned Is dull; crushed, $5.05; powdered,
$-1 CT; granulated. $1.45.
Coffee Firm; No. 7 Rio, S!e.
Grain and Provisions.
Chicago, Jan. 26. Tho action of tho
wheat market today was more or less of
a riddle, which fow traders professed to
be ablo to solve. One thing seemed cer
tain, however, the key to the situation
was held by the leader of tho longa, whose
enormous selling yesterday resulted In a
break of over 3c in May, while today a
selling movemont originated from the
samo source and carried tho price over 2c
farther away from the dollar mark. Tho
action of this one powerful trader was. tho
only favcr on tho pit, nil general news
being totally ignored. At tho etart tho
Armour lntercat was an opening buyer.
For tho first hour, while tho demand
from the leader of the bull crowd con
tinued, prices wore firm. May opened
US'Hc lower to lVJc higher, at SOlic to
S3a A 6llglU advance waa mado shortly
after the opening, the price rising to 83i
3S9c. .No sooner had the buying from
this sourco ceased, however, than the
crowd appeared to have wheat for sale in
unmeasured quantities. A, largo part of
theso offerings were supposed to be for
the account of the Armours. Tho pit was
void of buyers. In consequence. May
dropped 2is'u2-;c in ten minutes of trad
ing, going down to SJ14c before any sup
port was offered. At this point tho lead
ing long apparently decided to check any
further decline. For tho remainder of tho
session It W03 behoved the Armour inter
est was an active buyer. The market re
sponded readily to the demand. Tho rally
was almost a3 rapid as the previous de
cline. Purchases of 3,000,000 bushels not
only caused a recovery of all the loss,
but May, late In the day, sold up to SOi&c,
an advance of 2?4c from the low point.
The close was tlrm at S9T6"S90c, a gain of
He over yesterday's final figures. Tho
July delivery did not experience as sharp
a decline, After opening at Sll-i(aSia;c, tho
price slumped to SOUc, a break of 19',c,
but tho close showed a gain of lic, at
Sl"ic. Clearances of wheat and Hour were
equal to 3,330.200 bushels. Primary re
ceipts wcro 520,000 bushels, compared with
613,500 bushels a year ago. The world's
visible Hiipply, according to Brndstrcet's,
showed a decrease of 331,000 bushels.
Minneapolis, Duluth and Chicago reported
receipts of 215 cars, against 470 curs lust
week and 429 cars a year ago.
Tho early corn market was easier. In
sympathy with lower cables and favorable
weather conditions for the drying of the
grain. Closing prices were at the top,
with May at 4954c Tho opening was- Vfcc
to liS lie lowor, at 4855'1'Jc to 49c. The
low point was mado at 49lftc. Local re
ceipts were 304 cars, one of contract
Buying credited to tho loading long had
a tendency to create a firm tono In oats,
although there was a disposition to sell
oarly in the day In sympathy with tho
weakness in wheat.
May opened unchanged to lc lower, at
41&e to 41-"Jic, sold off to 411cc, nnd closed
at 42Hc. Local receipts were 202 car3
There was a largo trade In provisions
nnd prices fluctuated nervously. Tho mar
ket was Htrong early on buying by com
mission houses and packers, but later
weakened on selling by Western Inter
ests. After several advances and declines
tho market closed barely steady. Selling
due to prospects of Increasing hog re
ceipts was responsible for the lato selling
May pork closed 714c lower, at $13.40, May
lard was up 21ic, at $7.627.55, while ribs
were a shade lower, at JC0.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow;
Wheat, 15 cars; corn. ISO cars; oats, &5
cars; nogs, 40,000 head.
RANGE OF Tire LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat, No. 2-
May K; DOlft S711 SO
July fclil S2' SOVl 81Ti
September 77l 77 70ifc 77',i
Corn, No. 2
January 45i 40 4."ri 4
May 49 49i 4S"fe 49
July , 47r 46 47 4S
Oats, No. 2
May 4I?4 42 41 42!,
July 3714 37Hs 37 37
September 33 33 32;& .'531:
January 13.25 13.25 13.25 13.25
May 13.50 13.50 13.25 13.40
January 7.321A 7.3214 7.3216 7i321y
May 7.52Vj 7.r,7!: 7.45 7.55
July ; 7.571i 7.571i 7.471 7 5216
May C.7216 C.S2i U.72& C.S0
July C.9216 6.9216 6.8216 6 90
Cash Quotations were as follows; Flour,
dull and ensy; No 3 spring wheat, 7&ftS7c;
No. 2 red, EGittfOlc; No. 2 corn, 46134C-"5ie;
No. 2 yellow. 47c; No. 2 oats, 39!432!ic, No.
3 white. 39ff39Hc; No. 2 rye, 55c. good feed
ing barley, 37K,t73Sc; fair to cholco malting,
4Gfr57c; .No. 1 flax seed, $1.10; No, 1 North
western, $1.19. prime timothy seed, 53.25;
mess pork, per barrel, $13.3513.45; lard,
per ICO pounds, $7.3216; short ribs sides
(looso), $6 4716116.7216; short clear sides
(boxed). $'3,8716fl'7.1216; whisky, basis of
high wines, $1.27; clover, contract grade,
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles, Recps. Ships.
Flour, barrels 31,100 53,200
Wheat bushels 45.900 50,300
Corn, bushels .. 430,200 '341,500
Oats, bushels 317.000 1S4.900
Rye, bushels 1 7,600 S.S00
Barley, bushels S5.S0O 22,&J
On the produce exchange today tho but
ter market was firmer; creameries, 15
2116c; dairies, I319c; eggs, firm; at mark,
cases included, 3031'c; cheese, stcadv,
1001016c. " ...
HIGH RECORD FOR HOPS.
California Grawer Gets 28 1-2 Cents
Santa Rosa, Cal.. Jan. 26. The highest
price paid for hops slnco 1S93 was paid
yesterday in this city. A local grower
sold 150 bales of this year's crop for 2S16
cents. Last week- tho market was 27
cents, and It was believtd it had thon
reached Its extreme limit. Tho year 1SS3
was a record-breaker for prices, and since
that tlmo hops have been disposed of at
from 12 to 20 cents. Several hundred acres
of now hops arc being set in this county
at tho present time.
Butter and Eggs.
New York, Jan. 26. Butter Weak;
creamery, 15Q2c Eggs-Steady; West
San Francisco, Jan. 26. Wheat Firmer
Barley Firm; May, $1 03. !
St. Louis Wool Market.
St. Louis, Jan. 26 Wool Nominal: me
dium grades combing nnd clothing, 17
21c; light fine. 1517!6c: heavy fine, 12
1116c; tub washed. 2033016c.
I Speaking ofBaking Powder!
Said tho chef, "Why don't you use I
TTTP.EE-CROWN? It Is pure and!
strong and always yields perfect re 1
This trademark always a guarantee
I of high quality. S
HEWLETT BROS. CO. jjj
I DO YOU WANT THE 1
The "best" flour and I
the "berft" bread are 1
as Inseparable as tho a
Siamese twins. 9
I HUSLER-S FOUR
I It Is and satisfaction
1 or money back. C
j I BEST FLOUR ? j
.0liX?iry ? ,al1 parts of th city. 'Phono
Vienna Model Bakry
New York Denta! Parlors
Rooms 2, 3, 4 Eagle Blk., 71 W. 2nd So.
Teeth Extracted Without Pa3n.
Modern Dentistry Best Work. Lowest
prices. CROWNING AND BRIDGING
TEETH A SPECIALTY
J COMMISSION CO. I
I DEALERS IN 1
1 New York Stocks, 1
1 Bonds, Grain i
and Provisions. 9
i Stocks bought and sold on margin
I or for cash. 3
j ContlnuouH quotations direct from H
I New York Stock Exchange
We have a Bpeclal department for 3
I buying and selling stocks and bonds 1
for cash, which enables un to give
P best of satisfaction to bankers aa 1
I well km Individual Investors. J
H C. V. CUMMINGS. Manager.
m Rooms 211-212 D. F. Walker Block,
50 SHARES ROCKY MOUNTAIN
BELL TELEPHONE CO. STOCK
FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE.
A WELL-KNOWN DIVIDEND PAYER.
J. THOMAS RE1NHARDT
15 WALL ST., NEW TORE.
There's Plenty of Room
For laiprovcment, but not In dental work
done by us. Wo uso the very best up-to-dato
dental methods, best material and
tho best talent.
22-k. Gold Crowns $5.00
Bridge work, por tooth B.00
Full Sot of Teeth 5.00
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' Wedge Extension Gold Mining company.
Principal place of business, Salt Lako
City, Utah. Notice Is hereby given that
at a meeting of the directors of said com
pany, held at tho offlco of the company
on tho 21st day of Januarj't 1304. an as
sessment of one-eighth of a cent per sharo
was levied on tho capital stock of tho
corporation, payable immediately to J. N.
Powers, secretary, at Room 250, Commer
cial Club building, Salt Lake City. Utah.
Any stock upon which the assessment
may remain unpaid on tho first day of
March, 1501. will bo delinquent and adver
tised for sale at public auction, and unless
payment In mado boforc, will be sold on
tho 22nd day of March, 1004, to pay tho
delinquent assessment, together with the
cost of advertising and expense or sale,
J. N. POWERS, Socretary.
First publication, January 27, 1904. r2100
ASSESSMENT NOTICE NO. 2.
St. Louls-Vasaar Mlnlntr and Milling
company, a corporation organized under
the laws of tho Stato of Utah. Location
of principal placo of business, Salt Lako
Notice is horcby given that at a meeting
of the board of directors of said corpora
tion, hold on the thlrty-flrat 31st) day of
December, 1903, an aesoosroent of two (2)
cents per share was levied upon tho capi
tal stock of tho corporation, payablo im
mediately to Wf E. Lako, secretary, at tha
hanking houso of Walltol- Bros., bankers,
Salt Lako City. Utah, nnd that any stock
upon which this assessment remains un
paid on the tlrst ;lat) day of Fobruary.
1904, will bo delinquent and advertised for
salo at publlo auction, nnd unless payment
Is made before, will be sold on tho eight
tenth (18th) day of Fobruary. 190-1. to pay
tho delinquent asaossmcnt, together with
cost' oi advortislnc and expense of sale.
The said assessment In levied by order
of tho stockholders, holding and represent
ing more than two-thirds of tho capital
stock. W. E. LAKE, Secretary.
NOTICE OP ANNUAL MEETING OP
Tho annual meeting of tho stockholders
of the Edison Electrlo company will bo
hold at the offlco of said company, In
tho Beckwlth banking building, In tho city
of Kvanston, State of Wyoming, on tho
fourth Thursday of the month of Febru
ary, 1904. at the hour of 12 o'clock m., for
the purposo of electing truytcea to hold
ofllco for th year next ensuing, und until
their successors shall have beon elected,
and to consider and act upon such other
matters, whon lawful, as may bo pre
sented WM. R, STAATS.
Secretary of tho Edl6on Electric Co.
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respective
rlgnere or furthor Information.
IN THE DISTRICT iCOURT. PRO-"
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah
In tho matter of the estate of Edward
Lambert, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Elizabeth Bartlctt Lam
bert and Wm. H. Halgh, executors of
the estate of Edward Lambert, deceased,
praying for an order to sell tho follow
ing described personal property of said
decedent, to wit:
2 tons of lucerne hay, 2 horses, 2 cows,
1 buggy, 1 wagon and hay rack. 2 sots
of harness, 1 mowing machine, 10 chick
ens, 18 shares of common stock In tho
Utah Sugar stock, cert. 11, IS shares of
preferred stock of the Utah Sugar stock,
cert. 103, bus been set for hearing on Fri
day, tho 6th day of February. A- D. 1504.
at ten o'clock a. m.. at tho county court
house, In the courtroom of said court.
In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 23rd day of
January, A. D. 1904.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davlc3, Deputy Clerk.
David M. Halgh, Attorney.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of th
estate of Jos Mnclnl. deceased. Notice.
The petition of Charles Bonettl, praying
for the issuancu to himself of lotters of
administration In tho eatato of Joe Man
clnl. deceased, has been set for hearing on
Friday, tho uth day of February, A. D.
1&04, at 10 o'clock a. m at tho county
courthouse, In the courtroom of said court,
in Salt Lako City. Salt Lako county,
WltnesB tho clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 21st day of Janu
arv, A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
A. Ji Wcbor, Attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
batc division, In nnd for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of the
estate of Jens P. Mortcnscn. deceased.
Tho petition of Edward R. Mortcnscn,
administrator of the estate of Jens P.
Mortcnsen, deceased, praying for the set
tlement of final account of said adminis
trator and for the distribution of the resi
due of cald estate to the persons entitled,
has been sot for hearing on Friday, the
5th day of Fobruary, A. D. ISO-i, at 10
o'clock a. m , at tho county courthouse,
In the courtroom of said court, In Salt
Lako City. Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 21st day of Janu
ary. A, D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
SPECIAI?MEETING OF THE STOCK
holdors of tho Keith-O'Brien Company.
Notlco Is horcby given that a special
meeting of the stockholders of tho Kelth
O'Brlcn company, a corporation organized
and existing under tho laws of the Stato
of Utah, will be held at the offlco of said
company. No 1(0 David Keith building.
Salt Lako City. Utah, on tho 15th day of
February, 1904, at 2 o'clock p. m., for tho
purposo of amending the articles of In
corporation of said Kclth-O'Brlen com
pany, the proposed amendment of the ar
ticles of Incorporation of said Kolth
O'Brlcn company being to change article
IS of said articles of incorporation so the
samo shall read aa follows:
That whenever tho said corporation Is
lndebtcu In an amount exceeding 10 per
cent of the amount of tho outstanding
capital stock of said corporation, the board
of directors shall have tho power and au
thority for tho purpose of paying sold In
debtedness, to levy and collect an assess
ment upon tho outstanding capital stock
of said corporation In an amount suffi
cient to pay said Indebtedness but not to
exceed EO per cent of the outstanding cap
ital stock, and shall have tho power and
authority to levy and collect such other
assessments upon the capital stock of said
corporation as aro authorized by statuto,
but only one assessment exceeding the
amount authorized by statuto shall be
levied by the directors of said corporation.
To tho extent herein mentioned the capi
tal stock of this corporation is Hereby de
clared to be aoscwuible.
J. X. FERGUSON, Secretary.
Dated January 22, 1901.
Notice of a Special Meeting of the St.
Louis-Vassax Mining & Milling
Company, a Corporation, Organized
Under tho Laws of the State of
Salt Lake City, Utah. Jan. 16, 1904.
Notice Is hereby given that there will
be a special meeting of the stockholders
of tho St. Louls-Vas3ar Mining and Mill
ing company had and held on the second
day of February, 1904, at 3 o'clock p. m4,
at room No. 10. Walkor Bank building;
corner Second South and Main streets,
Salt Lako City, Utah, tho above-named
plnco being tho general office of said cor
poration. This notlco Is given and said meeting
called by the, undersigned stockholders of
said corporation, who aro the ownors and
holders of more than two - thirds of
tho outstanding capital stock of said cor
poration. Said meeting Is called by tho
undersigned stockholders for tho reason
that thero Is no secretary of said cor
poration and for tho further reason that
the president of sold corporation refuses
to make such call. Said meeting Is called
and will bo had and held for tho follow
ing purposes nnd for tho transaction of
the following business:
First To remove all of tho present di
rectors and officers of said corporation
and all directors and officers theroof who
may bo or claim to bo such officers and
directors at tho date and tlmo of holding
such mooting, and to elect upon such ro
moval of such directors and ofllccrs,
other directors and officers to fill the va
cancies caused by such removal and all
other vacancies existing at that tlmo
for any reason.
Second To authorize and empower tho
board of directors of said corporation to
levy an assessment of not exceeding two
cents per share on each and every sharo
of the outstanding capital stock of said
corporation and to give consent to tho
Signed M. A. Hitches, S. V. Sholp, Rob
ert GorllnskI, Ezra Thompson. AV. S. Oak
ley, Henry Nowcll, M. H. "Walker, J.
Frank Judge J, C. Lynch. E. B. Gorlln
skI, Jnmoa A. Miner. Harriot L. Miner,
Charles A. Walkor, J. R. Walker. L. H.
Fanisworth, Wilford Van Wagencn, John
Austin. W. S Willis, J. O Jensen, Jo
seph R. Murdoch. H. T. Coleman, Sam
uel Hair, Jr., Charles Buhler, Fred W.
Hayt, F, H. Offlcor. .
It Is very Important that you attend this
meeting. If you cannot attend, send
First pub! 'cation Jan. 19. 1901. r!450
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
on Monday, tho 8th day of February, 1904,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho office of tho
Venus Gold Mining company, at Room 23,
Eaglo block, routhcast corner of Second
S6uth and West Tcmplo streets. Salt Lako
C'ty Utah, a special meeting of the stock
holders of tho said company -will bo held
for tho purpose of considering the follow,
lng ninundmonto to the articles of Incor
poration, to wit!
Artlclo IX. amended to read as follows:
By striking out tho word "seven" In tha
first line of said artlclo and lni.. ting in
lieu thereof tho word "nvo." o, aa to
make the first scntenco of said Artfolo IX
to read ns follows:
"Tho offlccra of this corporation shall
consist of a board of tlvo (5) directors, u
pnaldcnt, a vlco-presldent, a secretary,
and a treasurer. '
Artlolo X, amended to read as follows:
"It shall require at least thrco (3) direc
tors to constitute a quorum of tho board
of directors authorized to transact the
business nnd excrclso the corporate pow
ers of this corporation."
This stockholders' meeting Ib called by
tho president and secretary of the said
Venus Gold Mining company, tills 14th day
of January, 1901. C. L. ELDRED,
GEORGE CANDISII, Secretary.
First publication In Salt Lako Dally
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP jH
Consult County Clerk cr the respcctlvo ' !
signers for further Information. ' IH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- ! tll
bate Division. In and for Salt Lako coun- tH
ty, Slate of Utah. In thb matter of the I , iH
estate and guardianship of Henry L '
Christonaen and Claren Chrlstenson, ml- ,
nors. Notice. iH
The petition of Sine P. Solomon, the I i IH
guardian of tho person nnd estate of I I
Henry L. Chrlstenson and Claren Chris- I
tonscn, minors, for confirmation of sale of
the following described real estate, to-
The south half (,) of tho northeast one- I
fourth (W") of the northeast one-half () of '
section thlrty-llvo (33), township ono (1) I
south, range two (2) west, of Salt Lake iH
meridian, containing twenty (20) acres, to- jH
gcther with all Improvements thereon. 1 lH
and twenty (20) shnres of .stocks of the I iH
Utah and Salt Lako Canal company, all iH
ultuatcd In Salt Lake county, Stato of iH
Utah, for tho sum of XI.OM. and upon . iH
tho following terms, to-wit: Cash -upon '
confirmation, as appears from the roturn JH
of sale, filed in this court, has been set IH
for hearing on Friday, the 5lh day of Feb- IH
ruary. A D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m at the i .
county courthouse, In the courtroom of
said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lake
Witness, the clerk of said court, with 1 IBflJ
tho seal thereof affixed, this 25th day of
January, A. D. 1904. I
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. IH
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Kinney & Chrlstenscn, Attorneys for ,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- I
bate division, In and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utuh. In the matter of the ea- , J
tato of Heleno W, Hedcllus, deceased.
Tho petition of Carl W. Hedellna and I
Helen W, Kcndrlclc praying for the lsu- I
ancc to Helen W. Kendrlck of letters of
administration in the estate of Holono W.
Hedellns. deceased, has been set for hear- I
lng on Friday, the 23th day of January.
A, D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at the coun
ty courthouse. In the courtroom of said
court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako coun
ty, Utah, J
Witness tho clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof ai.'lxcd. this 10th day of Janu- MBf
nrv. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES. . BVJ
By David B, Davles, Deputy Clerk. I H
G H. Baskrian, Attorney. BJ
NOTICE TO CREDITORS. H
Estate of Ablel Leonard, deceased. Bfl
Creditors' will present clalmtf. With i
vouchers, to tho undersigned at office of HBl
Smith Sc Putnam, room 12. Commercial HBl
block. Salt Lako City, on or before tho
20th day of May. A. D. 1504.
FLORA T. LEONARD, BJ
Executrix of Estate of Ablel Leonard.
Smith & Putnam, Attorneys for Estate. Bb
Date of first publication, January 20, BBJ
A. D. 1904.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bato division, in and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah- In the matter of the as-
tate of W D Palmer, deceased. Notice. BB
Tho petition of J. W Houston, the ad- IBB
mlnistrator of tho estate of W. D. Pal- BbJ
mcr deceased, for confirmation of tho i 1 BJ
sale of the following described real estate 1
or said decedent, to wit.- Commencing at i BJ
tho southwest corner of lot 2, block 16. 1
plat "B," Salt Lake City survey, running BVJ
thence north four rods, thenco east 76 BBJ
rods thenco south 4 rods, thenco west 7Vi BBV
rods' to tho place of beginning; also, com- BBB
menclng 2 rods west of the southeast cor-
ner of lot 2. blGck 19, plat "A," Salt Lake BB
City survey, and running thenco west 3 BBB
rods, thenco north 10 rods, thence cast 2 , BBB
rods, thenco south 10 rods to tho placo of
beginning; also, commencing 2 rods west BBB
of tho southeast corner of lot 3, block 29. ; BBB
plat "F," Salt Lako City survey, running , BBB
thenco west 6G feet, thenco north 132 feet. BBB
thence cast &5 feet, thence south 132 feet
to tho placo of beginning, all of said BB
property situated In Salt Lako City, Salt !
Lake county, Stato of Utah, for tho sum r.
of JSSCO, and upon tho following terms, to BH
lt aiah upon confirmation, as appears BhJ
from ho roturn of sale, filed In this court, .
has been sot for hearing on Friday, tho i!
'"Hh day of January, A. D. 1904, at n ' BB
o'clock a. m.. at the county courthoiuo, in IBB
the courtroom of said court, In Sail; Lako BB
Citv, Salt Lake county, Utah. I BJJ
Witness the clerk of said court, with tho i
seal thereof affixed, this 16th day of Janu- I
arv. A D. 1904. JOHN JAME8. j
fScal. Clerk. BVJ
By David B. Davics. Deputy Clerk. BH
Stephens & Smith. Attorneys for EPtate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, in and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the es-
tato of James Thompson, deceased. No- BB
The petition-of Frank Thompson, execu- IlBB
tor of the estate of James Thompson, de- IBB
ceased, for confirmation of the salo of tho IBBJ
following-described real estate of said de- IBB
cedent, to wit: Pnrt of lot 1. block 37. I BB
plat "A," Ogden City survey, commencing - BB
at a point 10 rods west of tho southeast
corner of eald lot, and running thenco west
69 feet; thonco north S rods; thenco oast BH
&9 feet; thence south S rods to tho placo BB
of beginning, situated in Weber county. BB
State of Utah, for tho sum of IS00.00, and fl
upon the following terms, to wit: Ca3h j
upon confirmation, as appears from tno B
return of sale tiled In this court, has been f
set for hearing" on Friday, tho 29th day of BB
January, A. D. 190-1. at 10 o'clock a. m . at BB
the countv courthouse, In tho courtroom BB
of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako ABJ
county, Utah. .,., ...
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this ISth day of BH
January, A. D. 1904. BJ
Seal JOHN JAMES. Clork. H
By David B, Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith. Attorneys. BB
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE '-.H
Third Judicial District of the State of BB
Utah, countv of Salt Lako Hattlo C. BB
Marshall, plaintiff, vs. Carl B. Marshall, BB
defendant- Summons on amended com-
PThot" Stato of Utah to tho said de- H
fendant: . .
You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days a f tor tho service of BB
this summons upon you. if served wlthn
the county In which this action Is
brought, otherwise, within thirty days
after service, and defend tho above entl-
tied action; nnd in case of your failure-
so to do, judgment will' bo rendered MVJ
against vou according to the demand of
tho complaint, which, within ton days
after service of this summons upon you. BBJ
will bo" filed with tho clerk of said courL
GEORGE L. NYE, BB
Plaintiff's Attorney. BB
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Lako City, Utah. fJ H
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. H
Joe Bowers Mining company, principal
placo of business at Salt Lako City, Utah.
Notlco Is hereby given that at a moot-
lng of the directors, held on tho 23rd day BB
of January, 1901, an assessment of one-
half M) cent per share (bolng assessment J H
No 10) was duly levied on the capital BB
atock of the corporation, payable lmme.
dlately to R. T. Burton. Jr.. sccrotary of H
th comuany. at the offlco of tho com- i BB
pany? ?oom No. 225 D. F. Walkor build-
lng. Salt Lako City. Utah. BB
Any stock upon which this assessment ,BJ
may remain unpaid on tho 1st day of JBJ
March. 1301. "vlll ue delinquent and ad- ,. BBJ
vertlsod for salo at public auction and BH
unless ; navincnt s mado before, will bo l!
nld on the 25th day of March. 1901. to .
Say the delinquent assessment, together f,
with the cost of advertising and oxpenso ; BBJ
of sale. T- BURTON. JR. ;
OI JU,, Secretary. BH
Room No. 225 D. F. Walker Building. , JJ
Salt Lake City, Utah. r2042 j H
NOTIOE OP STOCKHOLDERS' j H
MEETING. ! H
The annual meeting of the stockholders i:
of the Venus Gold Mining company will bo U BB
held at tho office of the company. Room 23. if Bfl
Kiirlc block, at the southeast corner of H
Second South and West Temple streets, In Bfl
Salt Lake City, Utah, on Monday tho Sth BB
day of February. 1HH. at 4 o'clock p m.. BB
for tho purpose of ok'ctlhg directors of tho J BB
said company for tho ensuing year, and for Lr-BB
the transaction of ouch other business aa , IrBB
mav properly come before the meeting. 1