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I The Sait JLakb Tbtbtjkb; Stotxeat MoiiyiyG. jtuk-je 12, 2904. H wBM
pPay With the Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers.
pi Street Close
J Firm, jtjop Level
ijLdincss of Prices in View of Ac
Mf tivity of Trading Made
JKLtfW VORK, Juno ll.-Tho short soa
Von of tlio stock exchango today
JmW od sood s,,p')orl or fr,ccs' na
W ' (be market closed Urm at tho top
i? .,i of the Ti)C,'e na8 conslJcr
Wile rwllilns, but it was evident that stif
ffnt satisfaction Ml over the color
mltlM 'monthly crop report to prompt a
(absorption of ihls realizing. Tho
& v.-ere not slrluing. but tho
SISneM of prices, in view of tb ac
Kritv of tradlnp, made tho tone good. The
iTISnS Element showed about tho expect-
,in iii cash resources nnd sufficient to
ilWiha nCdrted rcrvo requirements by
fil,BKA,. of the rise in deposits, with a mar
CTa, which wont to enliuncu the
i a,ulni (wrcrv of tht banks.
3?AP5rt from Washington asserted that
iSKffioa imd been tfen for the deposit
TOwctO nt the New York sub-treasury
'toV transfer by tec-graph to San Francls-
which i Is a reversal of the recent cur
,iW'ul briween the two centers without cx-
ifiMffip narkct for Investment securities be-
!im it rellcct unmistakable pressure to
K rorjJovmer.t for idle capital. Today's
fcjnarkel wan broader and moi'u active
BfrfVSat for Ktocks, It is pointed out
Sol1iat a large business Is being douo
hteNgrade railroad bonds over the
JSrntera of the bond houses which dovs
E- finirn In the stock exchange trnnsao-
r The Financial Chroniclo ostlmatea
rt'tV municipal bon-l sal.-s for May
tche-1 $51.49l:rS. Tins Includes tl,- $37.
rab city bond Issue, but tho aggre
iefirurcs reached to one-third tho total
M if municipal bonds for the l ull cal
lir vcnr of ir3. Thc same authority
Mlz that Ihe active demand for mu
fpal Issues is prompting the continuing
Eolation of unusually large amounts of
fed. Total sales of bonds today, par
talus, 1.510 ('.
i pri of stocks have been stronginened
Chimed: nn.l tlicro has been an occasional
-fdnins of something like speculative In
Ctrest. These havo been spasmodic, nnd
-at Intervals the market has relapsed into
tlw intense apathy which has charactor
'kAlltfor a long time past. Tho market
jremed to be free from pressure and tho
tl igalcs made on tho occasional spurts have
Ifcfn fa'rl)' well inalntulncd. The move
" :'scnt wis largely due to professional op-
Sitralloiis "within the exchange and was to
.'annlcnt In sympathy with movements in
4 isfcchl stocks rather than to any well-
tMvl opinions on the general outlook in
.'biJrlnett and Industry.
Z t Tit? srov.th of a hopeful feeling regard
Si .hi the grain crops has furnished a great
x Vr anurancc over the business prospect
J -la pcwral. Reports of railroad traffic
i .'officiate and the tone of mercantile agen-
J 'ties' reviews clearh dlscloso tho opinion
Uhat iho level of business, although ad-
alttfd!y lower Ihan last year, may be ro
fanlcd as of a firm basis with good hopes
,of expansion after the political campaign,
J 'yiproMng lheliarvcstinB of good crops.
liEorai1 such confidence must be nccepted for
rf Inplanatfon of the firmness of tho market
I la far of the evident contraction in the
- rrrwa volume of business.
J "Flic rstimnte of the May output and
fl coas'jciiitlon of Iron was tin week's most
U 'ifflklcg evidence of this condition In
- jtlum'rg int only a reduction in the cur
I .ru oatput but an accumulation of stocks
K fin him, Ttallroad earnings made a con-
- jlUuocs exhibit of decreases from last
'jyafi level nnd the decreased volume of
- jtank ricarings Is evidence to the same cf
li VTiDi money has continued casv nnd In
UiHll i!mand the cessation of tho gold
xlrt Movement has been of good offoct
M J'nlimenl. European money centers
Wave sronn quite plethoric. There havo
.ton further lare receipts of Japancso
.KOlaatsan Francisco, somewhat contrarv
Ato tipectatlons as the flotation of tho Ja"
iPintM loan was expected to cfieck this
:povnert of gold, in spite of the prea
iat stemntr redundancy of monev, the pe
ina of the Interior demand for currency
h'lWKed forward to M-lth some questlon
Tnt courae of tho Government
fVinu at Washington arouses some
jojuots as to whether tho Treasury de
partment will be In a position to take
; t??fT,Vr relief of the money mar
t Wilcli havo bevn employed at that
foriK number of years. A strong
V7 i p9?,l,on 10 mct tho fall requlre-
,tneref ore regarded as essential.
'?,.' . lm 1)een come improvement in
,CijCsIre"nt demand for well secured
'Lnl:,,''aKCS' but lluf-t-natlons in
v?Spe.u,?1,vc hontla have kept the price
'S E3i !fn,sr,l,or United States new
Km an i t.,,e .2s havc advanced
tf-KT oent on call during the week.
N'KW YORK BONDS.
4 ilifSln25, Icp";J A!iul c, sold is.irc-.i
- ex Con 4s 62??
) te;4S,rCg'j U K & T 4a... ikV&
fr-K" 132i ids 77i
tti1, - URorM co
; & Ohio (a. .102 tfor & W con is.
C Vf' p9 -nl5J? S 8 L 18 & Par..' 'S&
. i?.?' Ga as- Pa conv 3Zs.... w
Bon,' J?- SIL&SF fg As.... 82;
Jfu-lPenJ,,? ?.cabo'"-d A Ij Is 70vl
rcii r R 'la-' w'iSo y cj nci
6,C?CiK,T ' - :'J Tcx IJnc lsts 1 W
Tobac j:" ? U?.'n J:nc 10S4
Colo c , Cov s WiJ
fi p Sf? js US Steel 2nd 5s TlSj
ni Tw13 st; w & l is -i ....
ip' Unlf 4y. i(2
j CI.OSIXG STOCK L.IST.
(iichL-m SalCH.irigli.Liow. Close.
hrt;( "P . Vi TOii 71(:
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-f Xew York 55SJ 4.
4- San Francisco -
4- London 25id -f
LIS AD." 4-
New York exchange 1 .SoZ 1.C5 -f
4- Now York exchange. .$12.37gi2.50 4-
2C Ti R JIox prof , 3-3
N Y Central 300 115'. 116. 3ir
Norfolk & West.... 1.5C0 GO " &5Vj GT
Ontario Sc "West ::,200 2-"jMi 21-i U"
Pennsylvania 7.200 115 11-1 1154
P C C t St Louis.. CrtA
Rending 12,200 47Ti 47i 47;
lot preferred 1C0 Sl', Sl'l Sl
2nd preferred ..... .'. 05
Rock Island Co.... 2,400 21'J! 21 2076
preferred 300 CI1. C4U C-i'i
St L & S P 2d nref. 700 l 41 4G
St L Southwestern. 1.C-0") 12' 12 11''
preferred 200 2J7-i 25?i 25 "
Southern Pacific .. 4.103 47i 471, 17
Southern Ry 1,90-D 21 JOTs 21
preferred ifiO &lj S3Va SI'j
Texas & Pacific .... 100 2Pi 21,!, 2U,
Tol St L & West 22 Vi
preferred 10) 37V, 37i 374.
Union Pacific 7.S0) S.Y& S3,4 S5.
AVabaxh 8W lGVi 16U ltU
preferred 700 3jyrt 3 Hi Slvi
"Wheeling L E - ll
Wis Central 17
Mexican -Central ... 900 7 7,i 7,i
Express Companies ,
Adams 1 22fi
United States 300 103 M lWii lftt
AVells Fargo .... 2W
Amul Copper 2,200 AOVs 49i WW
Amor Car & Found. 100 17Vi r,'2 37W
Anncr Cotton Oil .- 22j
preferred ' .... S9
American ico , '!"(
Amer Linseed Oil 7-i
preferred 24 .
Amer Locomotive .. 3CO 19 10
preferred 30-3 S2 &2'A S2
Amer S & R S00 o-Vn K'.e Kl'ti
prefer red 00 P-S t'S'i
Amer Sugar 'Rfng.. S00 32& 320l 32iPi
Anaconda f Co 72
Brooklyn R T 12,700 4Sri 4S 48?a
Colo Fuel & Iron... 200 my 30U 30
Con Gas 000 im 3S3- 370
Corn Products 300 30 30V 10U
Distillers' S 00 M 20 1U
Gen Electric 100 15S 35-3 357:
Internnt Paper 100 11 10?i 10
preferred 00 67 07 G7i.
Internnt Pump SO
NatlonnI Lead 2,100 215k 21i 21
North American S2
Pacific Mall ' .... 2
People's Gas HG-i
Pressed Steel Car... W0 27 2iWi 2G
Pullman Pal Car.... 103 '211 211 211
Republic Steel 300 G G
preferred 200" 41 41 41
Rubber Goods If' ,
Tcnn Coal & Iron.. 3.50 336 34 34TU
U S Leather 0;i
preferred 103 SO SO " SO
U S Realty 1.000 C S G
preferred 200 S n7? 574,
U S Rubber 200 3Gi 1GV& 1G
preferred 400 GG& CGU WVt
U S Steel 1.400 0. 0k i'V
profcrrcd 5,000 oi-J 61 &l.
westinghousc E 3K
"Western Union S7
Total sales of the day, 132,1(0 shares.
New York Metals.
NEW YORK, June 11. Local racial
markets today were quiet and unchanged
from the final figures of Friday. Trado fea
tures were not in evidence.
Tin easy; spot, S26.S7V:fl2G.P5.
Copper Lake and electrolytic, $12.&0g'
12.7V. casting. J12.37ffl2.50.
Lead Quiet at -W.23r'4.35.
Pig iron warrants warrant and nominal;
spot, ?9.12: Northern and Southern foun
drv Iron prices uncliangcKl.
The Financier says: "The striking fea
ture of th official statement of tho New
York Associated banks last week were
the high records for the yenr for surplus
reserve nnd for ca-sh and legal tenders.
Tho surplus holdings were only $4,165,000
below the maximum. As was expected,
loans wero expanded, probably as the re
sult of new engagements by commission
houses and also of somo syndicate bor
rowing; the amount of such expansion
was, however, moderate, it being only
S3 52S.1CO. Specie increased ?5,019,1C0. while
legal tenders increased S1.390.C0O. The gain
In cash was therefore tG,4CO.C00, an
amount very closely corresponding with
that of ?3,631.300, which was estimated on
the basis of the traceable movements of
money for the week.
"Deposits were increased 310,43200,
which amount was J3.503.4W below the sum
of the Increase in loans and the. gain In
cash, therefore the suuemcnt did not bal
ance. The required reserve was increased
S2 C0S.073. inducting which from the gain
in cash pTi $3,S01.525 as the increase In
surplus reserve to 35.&32,4. tho highest
of the venr. The previous maximum sur
plus was 3-l.203.700 on April 23. Computed
on the basis of deposits. less those of $23,
3G3.S0O of Government funds, the mirplus
is $41,403,350. Circulation was Increased
JSOG.000. making the gain In this item dur
ing tho past three weeks $l,G07.G00.
"The statement was made on rising av
erages for cash, the S2.GD7.O00 paid by the
sub-treasury by tho transfer of the pro
ceeds of Japanese gold deposited in San
Francteco counting for only about SI.C00,
000 in the averages. The public deposits
were decreased only M700 compared with
those of tho previous week "
Money nnd Exchange.
NEW YORK. June 11 Money on call
nominal, no loans. Time loans dull and
easy, sixty and ninety days, 22 per
cent: fix months. 3t3i.
Prime mercantile paper. 3?4'4. per cent.
Sterling oxeliango weak, with actual
business In bankers' bills at S I,S723S4.&78
for demand and $l.S330'i4.S340 for sixty-day
bills. Posted rales. SI.SGiil.&HLSSI.Si.
Commercial bills. S4.S-l1i'-I.S5.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK. Juno 11. Bar silver, G5$ic.
Mexican dollars. 4II,fcc.
SAN FRANCISCO, Juno 11. Silver bare,
55c. Drafts, sight, 2; telegraph, 5.
"Weekly Bonk Statement.
NEW YORK, June 11. The statement of
averages of the clearing-house banks of
this city for tho week shows.
Loans $ 1 .0-12.003.300 J5.2S.100
Deposits l,1!0,ll,2"3 10,432,800
Circulation , 3S.I&S.GCU SOG.OW
Legal tenders , 8l.227.7W 1. 31(0.00-3
Specie 2ai.G42.C0') r,,cnu.ico
Resorvo 312,S70.2iX) G.4VJ.G00
Reserve requlr-d 2n.307.SW 2,003.075
Surplus CJ.5.&G2.40O 2.S01.524
Ex. U. S. deposits.... 41,403.2.73 3,797,330
Imports and Exports.
NEW YORK, June 11. Tolal imports of
dry goods and goneral morchandleo at the
port of New Y'ork for the week ending
today were valued at $S,912,59.
Exports of specie from New York for
the week were $719,453 In silver and $25,10")
Imports of specie Rt New York during
the week were. $274,771 gold and $19,206 sil
ver. New York Sug-ar Market.
NEW YORK, Juno 11. Sugar Raw.
steady; fair rellning. 'JAc; centrifugal, So
test, 3T-o; molasses sugar, liftc. Refined,
steady. No. 0, J-1.C0; No. 7. $1.43; No, S,
J.W; No. 9. $4.33; No. 10. $4 30; No. 11, $-1.23;
No. 12. $4.20; No, 13. $L15; No. 14, $4.10;
confectioners' "A," $1.70; mould. "A, $5.20;
cut loo. $5.00; crushed, $5.60: powdered,
i$.00; 5xftnulaM(iV 54.00; cubprjjw ,
NEW KIND OF BERRY
IS ON THE MARKET
Summer Produce I3 Now Coming' in
Thiok and Fast Greater Va
riety Every Day.
LOGAN hcrricp, which nro native in
California, havo received a new ,
name. W. M. Rash received a. letter
with a shipment that got In yester
day commending this fruit and calling
thoni "Phenomcnals." Although vory lit
tle known here they aro familiar to all
"uutlvo sons" of lh.j Golden State, who
call them Logan borriea. Tin's berry 53 a
cross between a raspberry and a black
berry. Its shape Is that of a large black
berry and the color that of a raspberry.
In California they aro proportionately
cheap; in Salt Leko the retail merchant
has to pay $2 a. crate for them.
Oregon berries still contlnuo to conao In.
Somo shipments woro received yesterday
and some more aro expected today. The
prlco has been forced down by the in
creasing quantities o the home-grown
fruit that is now being dally poured on
tho market. Utah strawberries were sold
by the farmers to tho merchants from
$1.75 to $2.25 a crate. Large crates, contain
ing twenty-four cups, will be for salo this
morning at $2.50. Besides the Logan ber
ries there aro severnl new arrivals. Rasp
berries, blackberries and Utah cherries
nro the principal ones. The two llrst
named sell for $1.50 and $2 a crate re
spectively, the cherries at 11 cenls a pound
wholesale. Cantcloupea will be down to
$2.75 a dozen today.
Cauliflowers in Market.
In cgelables tho chiof novelty is Utah
caulltlowers. Thla vegetable has been off
the market for somo time as the Califor
nia import ceased to coino in three wcoks
ago. The home-grown cauliflowers are in
line shape and tho wholesale prlco Is 12
cents a pound. Winter potatoes aro again
up to $1.73 per cwt. Even at this price
they aro very scarce and dlflicult to ob
tain. Green peas arc down lo $1.25 a
bushel, being Improved both as to qual
ity and quantity. In line with the in
crenso In market products and the reduc
tions in prlco come a fall in the price of
turnips to 20 cenls a dozen bunches, and
in tho figure of asparagus to 8 cents.
The past week has been full of fresh ar
rivals, on both fruit and vegetable mar
kets, and has been signalized by the re
duced price of several commodities This,
of course, is the best time of tho year for
everybody, both consumer, retailer and
wholesaler. Produce Is plentiful, nnd ev
ery day the Utah farmers will mako some
addition to tho list of things they bring
in to tho merchant.". Strawberries havo
held the cenler of attraction and aro get
ting cheaper all tho time. Utah berries
arc' somewhat varying In price, as differ
ent producers make different quotations.
The little Cottonwood district seems to
produce tho best berries in Salt Lake
Grain Market Steady.
The grain market has been fairly steady
all the wi-ek. While buslncfs reports havo
boon good from nearly nil the commission
houses, this is not tho best part of tho
year for this branch of the markets, as
it is too early for any fresh arrivals to
The poultry dealers have had a line
wick for their business. Eastern poultry
has ben clvap and plentiful and home
grown fowls have boon in better condition
than they havc been for months. A re
duction was registered last week and tho
prlco of llv2 broilers is now quoted at
from $3.50 to $4.C0 Fishmongers also re
port that they havo been doing a nourish
ing business. Salt Lake people seem to
irnllni. 11.1 In lli.-w ('not nntv t Vi n h flio)-..
is some other kind of fish than salmon
m be bought here, and of Into there has
been a run on striped bass. Prices aro
Butter was reduced to 20 cents a pound,
wholesale. Eggs arc plentiful just now.
but the price was unchanged last wek.
It Is expected that they will bo reduced
to ?5 a case some day this week.
Prices Quoted Wholesale.
It must be understood by those who
read this column that the prices quoted
hcriMinder aro wholeeole prices. They aro
not intended to cover the retail market
at all. being given by the commission
houses and tho buycrn of tho retail bouse.
Consumers who aro guided by those must
remember that the prices they read here
are what it costs the retail merchant to
buy the produce and not the figures at
which they sell.
Hay, Grain and Straw.
Oat straw, per bale $ .30ff- .25
Timothv. per ton, baled H.aO'HlS.CO
Wheat." per bushel 3,001c-1.10
Corn, per cwt 1.40$ 1. 00
Corn, cracked 1 43'jv
Oats 1.70$- 1.S0
Rolled oats LSOfi' 1 90
Bnrlev, rolled 1-oOii 1.3G
Flour, bakers No. 1 2.3ofj 2.10
Flour, strnlght grado 2. 15$ 2.50
Flour, high patent 'J.Go'c- 2.70
Rye 2 60
Graham flour 2.50-ff 2.70
Commeal LS01J 1.00
Bran l.OOtf 1.10
Bran und shorts 1.103' 1.15
Dressed beef, per pound $ .07 .07'
lDressed veal, per pound .03
Dressed pork, per pound ,07'A
Dressed mutton, per pound .... .OS
Dressed lambs, per pound .... .0S
Spring Inmba, wholesale 3.(0
Spring lambs, quarter, retail .. 1.001.C0
Dreppcd hens, per pound $ .10
Ducks, per pound .1G
Live poultry, per pound 15
lrozcn brojlers 22
Live broilers, per dozen ;..$3.K'57I.50
Logan berries. 10-cup crate $ 2.00
Red Astrachun apples, case.... 2.W
Cantcloupo melons, per dozen 2.75
Sr.ntn Paula lemons, per box.. 4.00
California navels 3-o
Utah berries, per crate 1.751j2.2"i
Utah borrle?, 24-cup crat ' 2. .7)
Oregon Iwrries, crate 2.50
Raspberries, orate , 1.C0
Blackberries, crate 2.00
Utah cherries, pound .11
Bananas, per bunch 2.50
Black cherries, per box 3.25
Grnpo fruit, per case 4.00
Seedling oranges, per case 2.75
Cocoanuts, per dozen 1.00
Havana seeds 3.00-Q3.25
FIkh and dates 5c, Se, 10c
Utah rhubarb, per pound ...... .02
Limes, per 1C0 1.50
Yellow plums, per case 2.00
gooseberries, per box 1.75
Beet sugar, per 100 $ . C.S0
Can sugar COO
Winter potatoes, per cwt $ 1.75
Utah cauliflower, pound .1214
Okrn, por crate 1.50
Wax beans, per pound ......... .15
Summer squash .10
Dry onion3 .02
Winnlngstadt cabbage, per lb. .02
New potatoes, per lb .03
Green poun, per bushel.... r 3.75
Beans, per box -v 1.60
T3uncli turnlpe, per dozen., ....; ,i0
Green onions, per dozen ... ... .20
Utah lettuce , 15 .20
Radishes. Utah " .15
Tomatoes, per crato 2.00
Utah asparagus .OS
Cucumborc, per dozen e .oOf? .75
Oleomargarlno $ .I3fj) .1$
Butter, per lb .20
Cheese, per lb .12
Eggs, per caso 5.25
Fancy choose, per lb .13
Comb honey, per crato , 2.76
Strained honey, per lb. .07
Sweltzer cheese, per lb .is
Llmburger cheese, per lb .17
Cream brick cheese, por lb.... .17
Edam cheese, per dozon ....... 12.00
Salmon $ .12
Mountain trout so
Utah catfish 12
Striped bafs. per 1- 15
Shad, por lb 10
Mackinaw trout 16
Soles, tier lb 09
Flounders, por lb 09
California smelts, per lb 12
Codfish, per lb 13
Catfish, per lb 13
Pereh, per lb 10
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, June 11. Abnormally wet
weather in Manitoba helped to a consider
able extent In offsetting the effect of tho
liquidation in wheat today, duo to bearish
crop reports. July wheat, however, closed
at a loss of ttfyric. Corn Is off c, oats
aro down c, and provisions show a gain
of Cc to 35c.
An excellent weather map and tho hear
lsh Government crop report wero tho
main factors In tho wheat pit at tho open
ing, although an easier tono in tho for
eign markets had somo effect hore. Initial
quotations In July wero off ,c to Jiae
at S5?ic to S5"$Gc. Sentiment in the pit
traders being disposed to lake the soiling
sido of the market Bidding was very
light, trade being chiefly In the way of
evening up over Sunday. During tho flrt
part of the session tho tendency of prices
was steadily downward. A number of
bearish crop reports wore received, which
added to tho weakness. A potent factor
In tho situation was a crop report of the
Northern Pacific Railroad company,
which stated, that spring wheat Is fully
as advanced now as at tlio corresponding
time lii3t year. The fact that harvesting
is well under way also seemed to attract
tinder;: to tho bear side. During the last
hour the market showed somo resistance
to tlio declining tendency. Demand for
September wheat was of sufficient "olume
to causo rt considerable advanco In that
delivery. In sympathy with tho firmness
of September, the July option made a par
tial recovery. After selling off to SoSc
July closed nt S.V&c, Clearances of wheat
and flour wore equal to 205.500 bushels.
Primary receipts were 2S3.SO0 bushels,
compared with 3O5.S00 bushels a year ago.
Minneapolis, Duluth and ChIcano report
ed receipts of 210 cars, against 119 last
weok and 3(0 a year ago.
A number of bearish influences, tho
most potent of which were tho weakness
of wheat and a large increase In tho
movement tended to create a weak under
tone In corn. Tlio market closed at about
the lowest point of the day. July opened
c to "-ic lower nt 4Saic to 4S7sc ami closed
nt 4SVif(i ASnC Local receipts wero 5C5
cars, with 23 of the contract grade.
Tho oats market was low, but under
tho influence of tho Government report,
which claimed a considerable decrenso
from last year In the total acreage, tho
price of September was firm. After open
ing unchanged nt 39c, July ranged be
tween 39.ifiO?ic and 3Wc, and closed at !
39-ic. Local receipts were 122 cars.
On active covering by commission 1
houses and packers, provisions were
strong tho entire session. Tlio belief still 1
prevailed, that Eastern capitalists held a
long lino of ribs. Strength of hog priros
was a help. At the close September pork
was up 32i?15c at $12.7712.S0; lard Mas
Estimated receipts for Monday Wheal,
31 cars; corn, 522 cars; oacs, 1C2 cars; hog3.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close
Wheat. No. 2-
July (old) i'Cvi S7 SGi SG5
July (new) SO SG J51 S3-
Sept (old) S2& S2?J Si,;
Sept mow) S0 S0?i S0s SO
Corn, No. 2
September J 7 IS' 17 IS
July 'iSi 4S?i 4SU 4
Oats, No. 2
July 39 39 S9H 39'?
September 31 31 31 31
Mess pork, per bbl.
July 12.45 12.57 12.42 12.33
September 12.G3 32.S0 12.G212.S0
Lard, per 100 lbs.
July G.75 C.S2 6.72 6.77
September G.90 G.97 C.00 G.95
Short ribs, per 100 lbs.
Julv 7.12 7.20 7.12 7 20
September 7.32' 7.37 7.30 7.37
Cash quotations wero as follows: Flour,
quiet and higher, winter patents, $4.70'
4. SO; straights. $4-400.1.00; spring patents,
Sl.COff-l.S0; Htralghts, $3.90T4.S0; bakers.
$2.G5?V3.30; No. Spring wheat, 90-f9Gc. No.
3. MWj95c; No. 2 red, $1.03fll.O4; Nu. 2 corn
lS.ic; No. 2 yellow, fOc: No. 2 oats. 41
llvsc; No. 3 white, 4143c; good feeding
barley, 33gr42c, fnlr to choice malting, 4S7(
56c; No 1 flaxseed. Jl.OD; No. 1 Northwest
ern. $1.07; i,rlmi timothy seed, $2.95; racs
pork, per barrel. $12.Eoijl2.55; lard, per 100
pounds. $G.70tlG.';'C: short rib sides (loosei.
$7.0,X:T7.12; short clear slden iboxedj, $0.75
(ft 7.00; whisky, basis of high wines, $1.2s,
clover, contract grade, $10. 5.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Flour, barrels ..., 28,100 1.5 20o
Wheal, bushels 32.7.) r..600
Corn, bushels 633,600 2S7.30n
Oats, bushels 170,500 lOI.OOn
Rye, bushols 6.000 ',,
Bnrloy, bushels 3U.0 1,903
On tho produce exchange today tho but
ter market wan steady, creams, 133j 17e;
dairies, llfyhic. Eggu, dull nnd weak,
14SHc. Cheese, weak, 7140 Sc.
CHICAGO, Juno 31. Cattle Receipts,
3SC0. Nominally Hteady. Good to prime
Hteers, $G.25'dG.C0; poor to medium, S4.75V
6.00; stockery. nnd feeders, $3,002-1.70; cows,
$1.7oH.30; holfers. $2.D0fl5.23; canners, $1.75
j?2.75; bulls, J2.COtJI.30; calves. :f3.00f(5.00.
Hogii Rpculptrf today, 10.COO; Monday,
10,000. Market steady. Butchers, $).Soff
5.00; good to cholco heavy, Si.'JbTiUM;
rough heavy, H 765-1 .; light, $4,751(1.93;
bulk of sals, $4.tSfc4.95.
ShiH-p llecolpts, 2000. Steady. Lambs,
steady. Good lo choice wethers, $3.00fii
CiV); rair to cholco mixed. $3.75ir5.03; West
ern sheop. $IX-01?S.!V3; native Iambs, $3.00)
6.73; Western lambs, So.CG1jfl.S0; spring
SOUTH OMAHA, June 11. Cattle Re
ceipts, 100; market nominally steady: na
tive steers, $!.7&fl6.15; cows and heifers,
$-1.OTj5.00; canncru, $2-g3; stockcrs and
lecders, $2.75174.10; calves, $2.501jo.30; bulls,
slags, etc.. $2.75i74 50.
Hogs Receipts 9500; market 2c higher;
heavv. $4.SH; 4.00; mixed. $4.7&3M.S0; ll-ht.
Si.60ft4.75; pigs. $4-0-4.50; bulk of sales at
Sheop Rc-colpts 100: market unchanged:
WcKlem yearlings. $Cfl3.tV3; wethers, $3
5.50; owns, $4.75ffo.25: common and stock
crs. $3Q5.15, lambs, $5.C97.G0.
KANSAS CITY, June 31. Cattle Re
ceipts 30o; market steady: natlvo steers,
S4.7&17G.35, natlvo cows and heifers, $2.C0ft
5.50; stockcrs and feeders. $S.25frl.90: bulls,
S2.75Ui.50; calves, $2.75'fi4.75; Western
steers, $4.7&Q5.S0: Western cows, $2.5076.
Hogs Reaolpts 3000: market strong; bulk
of Dales at $4.74,85; heavy, ?-i.$OI"tf.90j
packers, S4.703-1.S3; pigs and lights, $1.25fil
Sheep Receipts 3500; market steady;
muttons, $4.75175.75; Jambs. $5.2557; rango
wethers, Si.255; owc3, -3.0?7 1.50.
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, Juno 11. Butter Quiet;
creamery, common to extra. 131SVic;
Stato dairy, common to extra, 13ffl.7c. .
Cheese quiet; State full creams, small
colored, 7'i'Jj;7;ic: small white. WWFAg;
largo colored, 1a7,kc, small white, G-Voi
7;fi; large white. niic.
EggK- Quiet; Western fancy selected, IS
(JlSc; flrst8, 17TU7c.
SAN FBANCISCO, June 11. Wheat
weak; December, ?1.9.
Barloy Weak; December, OGc.
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, June 11. Wool Steily; me
dium grados, combing and clothing, lSI?
23c; light fine, ISIflSc; heavy lino, 121715c;
tub washed, 21?i32c.
H Special Sales Ji 1
ffvery Week j
Enamel Ware j
Household Goods i
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THE SAHTAL-PEPSIH GO.
F. J. HILL DRUG CO,. Salt Lake City.
NOTICE TO WATER-USERS.
State Engineer's Office, Salt Lake City.
May 12, 1904.
Notice is hereby given that John Procco
whoso postofllco address is Faimlngton.
Dnvis county, Utah, has made applica
tion In accordnnco with tho requlremcntn
of Chapter 100 of the Session Laws of
Utah. 1902, to appropriate two one-hun-dredths
(2-100th) of a second-foot of the
water (lowing from a spring branch of
North Cottonwood creek. In Davis county
to be diverted by means of dams and
headgntes at a point on aalrt creek about
19.G chains north and 11-1 chains east from
the flcuthweet comer of Section 13. Town
ship S north. Range 1 east. Salt Lako
oaso and meridian, from whf.ro the water
will be conducted through a ditch for a
dlstnnco of about 214 feet and there be
used from April 1 to November 1 of each
year to Irrigate about 1.5S ucrea of land
In lot 9, block 15, Big Creek plat, In bald
All protests against the Granting of said
application, stating the reasons therefor
must bo madu In writing nnd riled In this
ofneo aftor thirty (30) daya and before
sixty (CO) days from tho date hereof.
A F. DOREMUS,
First publication May 12: last Juno 13.
NOTICE TO THi PUBLIC.
Notice Is hereby given that W. V, Sny
der, who in the aole owner of tho Jowelry
firm heretofore doing business at No. 143
South Main street, Salt Lake City, Utah
under the name of Lyon & Co., will pay
all obligations existing against said firm
at this date, but will not be responsible
for any obligations or Indebtedness here
after contracted by any person In tho
numo of Lyon & Co. All persons indebted
to said Lyon & Co. are requested to mako
payment to tho undersigned at No. 211
Atlas blocrc, Salt Lakp City, where u 1
present outstanding obligations will bo
Ecttled at any tlmo after Juno 1. 1904.
W. i BNTDER.
Dated 3tay 10, 1001. jylSSt (
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or the renpectivo
nlgners for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
Inito division, in and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Ethan Barrows, deceased. No
tice. The petition of Lucy Barrows, adminis
tratrix of ibe estate of Ethan Barrows,
deceased, praying for an order to Bet apart
homestead and personal property of said
decedent, and thnt all persons intnreted
appear before tho said court to show cause
"n hy an order should not be granted to set
apart' said homestead and personal prop
erty, hoiiHehold t'ooda and furniture, situ
ated at 523 E. 2nd South. Salt Lake City,
Ltah, of said deceased, lo wit;
Commencing 3 rods east and 10 rods
south from tho northwest corner of lot
G, block 47, plat "B," Salt L'lkn City sur
vey, thenco west 2 rods, thonco Bouth C
rods, tbeiico east 3 rods, thence north 5
rods to place of beginning, together with
Improvements' thereon, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 17th day of June,
A, D. 1904, at 30 o'clock A. M at the
County CourthouBO in tho courtroom of
suld court in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
Witness tho clerk of said court with the
seal thereof affixed, this 4th day of June,
A D 1901. JOHN JAMES.
By DAVID B. DA VIES, Deputy Clerk.
Wilson & Smith, attorney for Petitioner.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL Dis
trict court, In and for Salt Lake county,
Btnte of Utuh. Department No. 1. In the
matter of tho estate of Adolph Jcssen,
Tho petition of E. A. Wall and C. B.
Jack, praying for tho admlKHlon to pro
bato of a certain document, purporting to
be tho last will and testament of Adolph
Jcssen. doceased, and for the granting of
lottcrs testamentary to E. A. Wall, C. B.
Jack and Harry C. Jesscn, has be-in sot
for hearing on Friday, the 17th day of
Juno, A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a, m . at
tho county courthouse. In the courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lnko Clly, Salt
Lako county. Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 2nd day of
June, A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES,
C, B. Jack, Attorney for Petitioner. xl79
IN THE DISCTRICT COURT, PRO
batc division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate and guardianship of Elizabeth Bel
lamy Loomls, minor. Notlco
The petition of V. R. Hutchinson, the
guardian of the person and tho estate of
Elizabeth Bellamy Loomis, minor, pray
ing for nn order of sale of real property
of said minor, and that all persons Inter
ested appear before the said court to show
cause why an order should not bo granted
to s&il so much, tin shall bo necessary, of
the following described real estate of said
I minor, to wit:
; Commencing one (1) rod west from tho
northeast corner of lot eight (8), block
two (2), plat "I," Salt Lako City survey,
thence west six (6) rods: thonce south ten
(10) rods; thence cast six (G) rods: thence
north ten (10) rods to tho place of begin
ning, situated in Salt Lako City, Salt Lake
county, Stain of Utah, has been set for
hearing on Friday, tho 17th day of June,
A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock A. M. at tho
County Courthouse, In tho courtroom of
said court In Salt Lako City. Salt Lake
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof afllxed. this 4th day of
June. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES.
By DAVID B. DAVIES, Deputy Clerk.
W. R. Hulchinson, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah. In the matter of the es
tate of Mollsaa D. Clinton, deceased. No
lice Tho petition of Lewis S. Hills, executor
of the estate of Melissa D. Clinton, de
ceased, praying for the settlement of final
account of paid Lowls S. Hills, executor,
and for tho distribution of tho residue of
said estato to tho persons entitled, has
b-'en set for hearing on Friday, the. 24th
day of June. A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
at the county courthouse, in the court
room of Bald court, in Salt Lako City,
Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seaf thereof affixed, this 7th day of
June. A. D. 1901.
rSeal-1 JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By J. T. Eldredge. Jr., Deputy Clerk,
Young & Moyle, Attorneys for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division, in and for Salt Lake county,
Stato of Utah. In the matter of the es
trto of Louis Kolllz. deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Anna Kolltz. adminis
tratrix of tho estato of Louis Kolltz. de
ceased, for confirmation of the sale of. the
following-described porsonal property and
lease of real estate of said oo?dor.;. to
wlt: All of a general stock of merchan
dise consisting of confectionery ptock nnd
supplies, 2 soda fountains, 1 office safe,
storo llxlurcs, 2 cash resistors, leases on
premises and tho name and good will of
Kolllz Candy Kltchon, at Nos. CO and 272
South Main strcot. Salt Lako City. Utah;
I also all proporty owned by r.aH estate as
per additional Inventory on IIIj In this
court, for the sum of S72W.CO, and upon the
following terms, to-wlt Cash, as ap
pears from the return of sale filod In this
court, has been set for hoarlng on Friday,
tho 17th day of June. A. D. 1904. at 10
o'clock a. m.. at tho county courthouse,
In the courtroom of said court. In Salt
Lake Citv, Salt Lako county, ntah.
Witness" the Clerk of said court, with
llii neal thereof aflixed, th s 6th day of
June. A. D. 1904.
ISeal. JOHN JAME3. Clerk.
Bv David B. Davics. Deputy Clerk
M. R. Hutchinson, Attorney for Admin
1st t utrix. x72l
IN THE DISTRICT COUB.T. PRC
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of tho
guardianship of Bessie M. Pettlt, a minor.
The petition of Elizabeth D. Polllt.
guardian of tho person and estate of Bcs
dlo M Pettlt. a minor, praying for un or
der of sale of personal proiierty of said
minor, and that all persons Interested ap
pear before tho said court to show causo
why an order should not be granted to
sell tho following described personal prop
ertv of said minor, to wit. six shares of
stock of the Co-op Furnlturo company,
hna been set for hearing on Friday, the
17th dav of June. A. D. 3904. at 10 o'olock
a m.. "'ll ib county courthouse, in the
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lakt
Clty. Suit Lake county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 6th day of Juno,
A. D. 1904. JOHN JAMES.
By David B. Davics. Deputy Clerk. xGW
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah. In the matter of the es
tate of Eddio Thomas Snolgrovo, deccuscd.
Tho petition of William K. Snelgrove.
praying lor the Issuance to himself of let
ters" of administration in the estato of
Eddie Thomas Snelgrove, deceased, has
boen set for hearing on Friday, the 24th
day of June, A. D. 1WI. at 30 o'clock u. m ,
at the county courthouse. In tho court
room of said court, In Salt Lake City, Saljt
Lako county. Utah.
Witness tho Cleric of. said court, with
the seal theroof affixed, this 9th day of
Juno, A. D. 1504.
Seal.J JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
Thomas .t Maycock. Attorneys for Pe
! IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah. In the matter of tho es
tate of Joseph Cordcn Snelgrove, de
Tho petition of William K. Snelgrovo,
praying for tho iBsunnco to himsolf of lot
tors of administration in the estato of
Joseph Corden Snelgrove. deceased, has
been not for hearing on Friday, tho 2-lth
day of June. A. D. 1KM, at 10 o'clook a. m.
at the county courthouse, in the court
room of said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of sold court, with
the seal thereof afllxed, this 9th day of
June, A. D. 300-1.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
Bv David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Thomaa & aiaycock, Attorneys for Petitioner-
- 5851 , L
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP HI
Consult County Clerk or the. resp-otlv B9
algnera for further Information. MB
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- MB
h" qfij'18'0?',? -r f0r 3alt LakO CO""" UK
, .fr utah- In the matter of tlib PH
Notice Harr,et A- Hardy, deceased. W
Tho Petition of Hester S. Hardy and Lu-' IffiS
' HoWi TPn1n(r for the Ipsu- WMM
ance to Owen a. Hardy of letters of ad- Klfl
ministration In the estato of Harriot A. WmW
Hardy, deceased, has been sot for hearing H
on Friday, the 21th day of Juno. A. D. MM
3901, at 10 o'clock a. m., at- tho countv MM
courthouse, in the courtroom of said; mWm
tyU"Utah I"ake CUy' SftU Lak5 COUn H9
Witness tho clerk of said court, with thu mmm
seal thereof .affixed, this lllh day of June.i WUM
A D. 1901. JOHN JAMES, WM
Seal, Clerk ffHtS
By Helena A. Mcintosh, Deputy Clerk! NHW
Cannon, Irvine & Snow, Attorneys for BH!I
Petitioners, xldftj mBEM
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- Hivi!
bate dlvison, in and for Salt Lake coun- cnflfl
ty. State of Utah. AMI I
In the 'jnatter of the estate of Bcnja- KfiiH1
nii?. Herman, deceased. Notice. Kfflfn'
The petition of tho St. Joo Mining com-: WClilI:
pany, a corporation, praying for nn order fisi& r
to convoy real property of said decedent. ?1ieI
and that all persons Interested appear blrtf '
before the said court to show cause why Mill
an order should not be granted to sell ElhK
so much as shall be necessary of the InflS
following described real estate of flald W
deceased, to wit: a mi
The Owl lodo mining olalm. iocaled ia HI JIM
the West Mountain mining district., K 1
county of Salt Lako. State nt Utah, for l I
the purposes sot forth in the said petl- St g,
tlon, has been sot for hoarlng on Friday, . S I
tho 17th day of June, A. D. 3901, at 10 ff 2
0 clocit a. m, at tho county courthouse, -js 1!
ln tho courtroom of said court. In Salt EJS.TmI!
Lake City, Salt Lako county, Utah. WMli
Witness the clerk of said court, with' Pf'l? i
the seal thereof affixed, this; 1st day oft fli " 3fi
June, A- D. 1904. JOHN JAMES. ff liB l
(Seal) Clerk. P'JsSIl
By David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk. , IfAlW
D. II. Wengcr, Attorney for Petitioner.- J Ktm
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, FP.OBATE IftHaS
division, in and for Snlt Iike county ' Ml ftWl'
Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the es-, If Ilftl
talis of John Hogensen, deceased. No tic., ffil HW
Ihe petition of F. S. Fernstrom. nd- ' I KU
mlnlstrator of tho estato of John Hogeu- 1 Hltir1
SQJh, deceased, praying for the sottlemt-nt' Iffl
of final account of said F. S. Fernstrom., dT s3!
administrator, and for tho distribution of Si ill
the residue of said estate to tho poraons "Re
entitled, has been sot for hearing on Frl- infi H
day, the 24th day of June. A. D. 3901, at' iMttl
10 o'clock a. m., at the county courthouse, ffslifl
in tho courtroom of said court. In Salt. 'fflffliUt
Lake Clly, Salt Lake countv, Utah. ! Jm?Ml
Witness the Clerk of said court, with ths . JtlsSsSMfl
seal thereof affixed, this 7th day of June.i i9fl5fsi.
A. D. 3904. I SDJ31S
fSeal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. Mti
By J. U. Eldredge. Jr., Deputy Clerk. ' Ulljjtl
C. M, Nielsen, Attorney for Petitioner. . Mill-Ill
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- tm
bato division, in and for Salt Lako county.' 1 j Hf
State of Utah. In tho matter of the ea-' jIshBI
Into of John Johnson, deceased. Notice. ' UlSwJt
The petition of Anna M. Johnson, ad- 7 MSB
mlnlstratrlx of the estate of John John- i . Suill
Hon. deceased, for confirmation of the sale 'tilflSC
of tho following described real estate of i UHjlJI
uald decedent, to wit Commencing at the , 91 Igfjj;
southwost corner of lot two (2). block ono, I'ftJlif
vl). East Park subdivision, Salt Lake liaiaft
county. Stato of Utah, running thence 1 1-Sjoh
north ICC1! foot, tlicncc east 55 foot, thence 1 ilaint
south 353?i feet, thenco west 55 feot to tho IiIIImI
placo of beginning, subject, however, to IrSirsi
a perpetual right of way ovor the north iliellwl
12 feet thereof to bo used In connection il It! Iii 8
therewith, for tho sum of $S00.CO, and upon f Joiil
tho following torms, to wit: Cash upon afliuall
confirmation, as appears from the riturn yBiSIil
of snlo filed In this court, has been set tlJSSs
for hearing on Friday, the 17th day of 'l-JwlSS
June, A. D. 1D04, at ten o'clock a. m at littUl
the county courthouse In tho courtroom 'i2liffll
of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lal 1 3hSk
county, Utah. I'HrliHSlI
Witness the Clerk of said court, with IslfSi
the seal thoreof afllxed, this 3rd day of ItllTfcHJ
June. A. D. 1901. fiiraUiS
tSflal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. . ffl16
By David B. Davics. Deputy Clerk. nfftSSfl
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Petl- ij'iEfj!
Doner. x23 IBiStF
ADMINISTRATOR'S SALE OF ll8nU
REAL ESTATE. , l Jjjjj J
Pursuant to an ordcz of salg hcrctoforo i nw
Issued out of tho L?isu:!ct court of Salt. kfllil tl
Laxe county, tno UDdertngnod will sell at, tsmk I
private sale for cash to tho highest bid- IvVrw
dcr. on or after 'Wfdjtesday, tho fifteenth Jw?
day of June, A. D. IM, at 12 o'clook noon 5flficJi
of said day, tho two parcols of real tjs-
tato bolongliiK lo the estate of Melissa C. IhW l
Kimball, doceased, described as follows, JHSl I
to wit- Part of lot one (1). block Blxty-slx li;ai
(CC). plat "A," Salt Iakc City survey. mm it
bounded as follows: Commencing at a, li
point one hundred and ten (110) feet Sfiwlt
oouth of the northeast corner of said lot a Ms! in
ono; running thence west one hundred, IttiMf
and slxty-llvo (165) feet, south fifty-seven ,1 UR it
and three-quarters (574) feet, east ono ySt.il
hundred and slxty-flvo (165) feet north nft j'
llfty-scven and three-quarters (C7i) feet J l
to beginning-, also, all of lot twenty-eight S ! Kef?
(25). and tho north half () of lot twenty- ; ib 3f)
nine (29), in block one (1) of Walker's I ' 1j f
subdivision of block live (5), plat "A." of! it ! fr Sf
Salt Lako City jiirvey; together with th ' Ij'-JfSl
buildings and Appurtenances pertaining i ft II
thereto. Terms of sale, ten per cent of! JQ. J . IE
tho purchase prlco must be paid at the 1 'itVrillk
time of sale, nnd the remainder of thn ftL v if.
purchase money on confirmation of the ffl.l
solo and delivery of deed for tho prem- ; iffliH'll
All bid? must be In writing and present- ; ,f 1 i. if
d at the ofllco of N. V. Jones, attorney j 'Ijjl ! f If
for administrator, at No. G19 McCornlck , W ' I f
block. Salt Lake City. ; "fl' il
ROBERT T. KIMBALL, . J U il
Administrator of Estate of Melissa C. W St il
Kimball. Deceased. x247 (B 1 il
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO-: j) f I
bato Division, In and for Salt Lake Coun- ! I S i
tv, Stato of Utah In the matter of th ; S 5j
estate of Theophilus 3C Williams, de- ! It ,; JfJ!
ceased. Notice. j J'ilxj II
Tho petition of Graham F. Putnam. tf I 3rS (H
executor of the estate of Thcophlliu K. ; liilfi llH
Williams, deceased, praying for tho .let- ! e'sAhPH
tlemcnt of final account of said executor, j I Wj "
and for tho distribution of the residua of 1 1 1 fit H
said estato" to the persons entltlod. has i l VjSiH
been set for hearing on Friday, the 27th , '.TE'll'H
day of May. A. D.. 1&34. at 10 o'clock n. j Ifl Si SrM
m., at the county courthouse In the court- is 1 M lt
room of said court. In Salt Lake Clly, Salt . 1 Hfy i(H
Lako county, Utah. pJf IhH
Witness the Clerk of said court, with ' 3 JrM
tho seal thereof affixed, this 16th day of 1 ' I Ira I H
M(SeaL) ' JOHN JAMES. Clerk. j 1 K 111
Bv David B. Davics, Deputy Clerk. I J Ij H"H
Grant H. Smith, Attorney. wlG4i I H s M 1 Imm
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE 1 w II
Third Judicial district of tho State of U .& ' H
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Jessie K. 5 1 !'J ! mm
Bennett, plaintiff, vs. John J. Bennett, de- " 'M i H
fcndanL Summons 1 ft tH
The State of Utah to the said defendant: ' ajj
You arc hereby summoned to appear! i j! !
within twenty days after tho service of! ' -jm ;
this summons upon you. if served within ! 1 k-j (
the county in which this action Is brought, ' 'm3 ttH
olherwlsc, within thirty days uflor ser- itM
vice, and defend the above-entitled ac- j iU llM
tlon, and In caso of your failure ho to do, 1 ilM
Judgment will bo rendered against you ac- I ntH
cording to tho demand of tho complaint. f ifailM
which, within ten days after service of 1 ),kiH
this summons upon you, will bo tiled with I ) If?
the clerk of said court. 1 Htf'jVJ (IH
S.H.LEWIS. 1 l JliWWWWl
PhUntifTs Attorney. j I !tl (
P. O. Address, 21S Main street, Salt Luke M' ilmm
Cltv, Utah. W2179 f I ' JfH
SPECIAL STOCKHOLDERS' MEET- iffflB
Notice Is hereby given that a special R t.' D lWB
taeotlng of tho stockholders of the Si. m A H
Mark's Hospital, a corporation of Utah. IShV. F mm
will bo hold on Tuesday, Juno 21. 1904. at 1 H i , c
o'clock p. m.. at tho office of Walker ffli C mm
Bros., bankers. Salt Lake City. Utah, for It? J ' f
tho purpose of voting to amend and W 'KH
amending Article III. of the articles of '''iCn mm
incorporation so that same shall read as ,4 r . J
follows, to wit: lUr j
"ARTICLE HI.'" H'li?fi'4lH
"That tho corporation heroin provided 1 J!j t'it r
for and hereby oroatcd shall oxlBt and l m "H
continue for tho term of twenty-seven , JU !,'&! ' f
years, unless sooner dissolved or dlsln- J l! 13 if iH
corporatod according lo law." 'tLttx IH
By order of tho board of directors. 1 ' M I I mm
M. II. WALKER, Prosldent. 'r V'lfiH
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