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IDAY MORNlINCr, 'AUGUST 5, 1904. THE BA'UH liAKE TRIBUIOT: . ..., ...PAG1 SEVEN HH
ye Bankers, the Merchants a""fhe tofersT)
mi Slock Market
Jw in Wall Street Is Veiy
;f5Sfear the Point of Idle
fSltolUC, Aug. 4.-The brilliant
Rfor the cotton crop as rovcalcd
TtojS&ay's publication of the Govorn
swimato was the dominant influ
slock market today, but this
'faiewhat In the course of the scs
C5Kb was partly duo to the sugges
Kjiicss of the prJco of cotton lt
"i served to arouse misgivings of
isKr.tho crop since tho date of the
vhBtii estimate, and partly to tho
ini?Bovemcnt which developed in the
raJMrkct. The latter was duo to the
iSSIwtlarmlst reports from tho
-i "K as to tho extent of the damago
BrW wheat, which served to off
?6mise of tho cotton crop. Very
sKaurc to sell stocks was de
Tut a marked Indisposition to
Kculatlve commitments resulted
'oJisBng.down of the rato of activity
upiBe pel"1 of Idleness.
odfiSt likely that confidence In the
ctifBrof a bumper cotton crop will
redi except by much more de
llcatlons of deterioration than
- Kinifl lodav But the decline in
rnnf the wheat crop detracts from
fctlvo adantage of an unusually
ffn demand. Belief in poor for
Wf prospects plays a large part in
m'nt strength of wheat, but the
-.Mr exportablo surplus shrinks ma
n HBrith the later estimates of our
U Bit' " ls ver' notable, a,?0( ,hat,
'remand for wheat Is not Inclined
luiifc market to the higher price
q . V Tho upward bound in wheat
vftffccted the stock' market, and"
J Kthe disposition to take profits
W lth'6 cotton stocks as well.
IMprt of a large purchase of pig
IJWo' some realizing In tlio Iron
rBhe fact that the dividend will bo
I 'from "United States Steel pre-
BrSaturday Bcrved to recall tho
' Jlng which followed the deduc-
Ke last dividend arid gave, an un
i Ipo to that influential stock.
Ppirpresfilon was caused by tho ap-
authorlzed admission that the
M StiKiarnuigc for the distribution of
nt8 of tho dividends to which
if TflMBecurltles shareholders are'en-
Wkr trouble In tho local building
Mi attention allvo to that branch
HHJlicchange dropped away from
HHVport point The weekly stale-sHHfce-Bank
of England, however,
kt-Mnstltutlon to bo still losing
MHFthc same is true of the Bank
BjKrfatlon of additional borrowing
(Affemment stiffened tho London
l "fJIHffcet again.' The closing was In-
AI 1 1 jLl-fairly steady.
WgtmmWtt: nrnr, Total sales, par valuer.
WHKnUui Slatos bonds were un-
BR"A'0RK BOND LIST.
KrcR. Manhattan c -is. IOjM:
W..,. Alex Con -Is .. (SIVi
We lOlti 1st Ine 14
1-,., ..,105 M ,c S L Is...... L'G
aaJti rcg,131 M K & T HS it!)1
...K.. ..131k 2nds .., 7Ji
I Ol fi'7B.lWli Nat Mox con -Is. 754
U .ttCi4 N y C gen 3is. W)Vj
III Kren Id 10 N J C gen Ds...l32ft
All :yt ?or I'-ic 4s 105
lUs-.". Nor Pac 3a ..... 7414
MM ;:.. I03M, N & V con ls.-lOl's
Dumm, MS- yPe 0 S I. 4s OVi
Tm- K Ill- Penn conv 3'jS. 07
4ox Wgi,,. . sai', lteidlng gen -la. Mi
uS'BC1" sl&s f fg 4s siv;
2Kcn' '3 iS Wlsts.
iTOtoffl? B :1 Svaboard A U 4s 40(2
diHcon 7sl23 So Pnc is 03'
( W.-As- 7ir" s RH 5s.. .,..115
oa.- Sl?t T V ants nr
Wl'.Z 4sl02 TSL & Ur lats. 73
rtiBtsn- Wd .. i U P Jb llC'i
--,. C?1; conv 4s w
r mA " & y S Steel 2J 5s. 7S'4
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5tk3J'ORK CLOSING STOCKS.
wVwiKi Sal(-'3- H'Kh. Low. Close,
j YVLlVVi- H.t'OO 7S:V 77 77,
700 95i MVS 5
f ll 81
iCo0M?R'. 'w 3S3ii sijii sSi
J'ttJlL'-- . Kri SI k Sli S0'
ir" .. 400 i.js; 14
JwHl 1,100 40Vt 50 40W,
l,,Ml2LTK J01' ISO ISO 17S
ffjwjaul ..11,300 117 ljT
151 'io-D 75T& SVi TS'G
iTirfBC-n , 14 . 14 14
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.ilnC' " 100 15D,: 'rv4
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't-. ... .. 200 4314 42 Vi 142
v?ithl3nRT8h U7U ill? lhiv; ;
' ,KIM 72Vr 71 71
p": S 'i fi
i .y0''-8- 23U 22 2201
V Vffiwi'l'fA 5l3M W 6$ Silt
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59sop;;;5 p. 1 1
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London , 2G 15-lCd
New Yorlc Exchange J4.20tf4.23 -f
f COPPER. -f"
-f New York Exchange. j. $12.25 J? 12.50 -f
-r-r-r--r-r-r-f-r -r- -r-r-r-r
prcforred 300 27 27 27
Am Linseed Oil 8
Airt LOconiOtlvo .... 000 21 Itift 20-xl
A S & P. !CO GFji 57 57
preferred 300 03 t'3 03
Am Sugar 2,700 120 129 129'A
Anaconda Mining 72
Brooklyn R T 3,200. nl 51 &P,,
Colo V Si 1 200 30 30 3Ti
Con Ona ' SCO 10S 104 104V&
Corn Products .... 200 12! 12 12
proferred .fr 400 GS G8 C7
Distillers' Sec 200 22 21 21
Gen Electric 200 1C2 lG2yt 1C2
Intcrn'l Paper 2C0 13 J3 13
preferred 400 70 701'4 70
Intcrn'l PUmp 30
Nat Lead 200. T0 20'A 20
North Am , S7
Pacific Mall 25
People's Gas 000 101 100 100
Pressed Steel Car.. 400 '33 33 331
preferred , 75
Pullman Palaco 217
Republic Steel 200 7 7 7
preferred 400 44 43 43
Rubber Goods IS
Tenn C & T 3,000 45 10 41?'
U S Leather 200 7 7 7
V S Realty 40 "
U S Rubber :00 1 10 19 lSVi
U S Steel 3,400 12 12 12
preferred 17.700 Gl G0 00
Wcstlnghouso 200 157 155 157
"Western Union SS
Total sales for the day, 2S7.200 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK. Aug. 4. Bar silver, 08.
Mr-xlcaji dollars. 15.
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. I. Silver bars.
5Kc Mexican dollars. 4G?jlGc. Drafts,
sight, 10c: ' telegraph.' 12c.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK. Aug. 4. Money on call,
very easy. iTl per cent; closing bid. ,
offered at 1 per cent.
Tlmo loons steady; sixty and ninety
days. 2'5'2 per cent; six months. 3r3.
Close: Prime mercantile paper. -1
Sterling exchange steady at the dcclln".
with business In bankers' bills: at f4.S5.93
5T-1 8S for demand, nnd at J1.S5.20 for sixty
Posted rates. $4.SG nnd Ji.SS'.SD.
Commercial bills. $4.S7.
New York Metals."
NEW YORK, "Aug. I. Tin was weaker
In London, closing a. 122 Gs for- epot and
122 lCs for futures. Locally the market
followed tho decline with a loss of about
20 points, closing at F-K.SO-827.03.
Copper was steadier, but without quot
able change, lake closing at 512.50Jjl2.75:
electrolytic at 512.50S'12.75. and casting at
$12.2512.50 In London copper was a
shado higher, closing at 5G 13s Od for spot
and 5G 15s for futures.
Lead was steady at $4 20fj 1.25 In the lo
cal, market and at 11 13s Od In London,
Spelter was steady at J4.S3il.50 In tho
local market and at 22 2s 6d. In London.
Iron 'closed at 51s Sd In Glasgow and
at 43s In Mlddlesboro. Locally Iron ls
unchanged No. 1 foundrv northern Is
quoted at $14.0014.50; No. 2 foundry
northern at J13.75lI7l14.0O; No. 1 foundry
southern and No. 1 foundry southern soft
'CHICAGO. Aug. 4. CatUo-Receipts.
5500; T.cxans. 300; Westerns, $00; market
slow lp steady. Good to prime steers,
S5.25fj0 25: poor to medium. $4.00?5.00;
Mockers and feeders. J2.00g5.00; cows. $1.25
4.0); llolfers. $2.00?;4.75; canncrs, $15013
2.00; bulls. ?2.0Ofr4.15; calves, J4.05tiC.00;
Texaa fed steers, 53.054.50; Western
Steers. J3.53-fT4 70.
Hogs Receipts, 14,000; market stcadv to
strong; mixed and butchers. J5.20126.55;
good to choice heavy, J5.3iVff6.55; rough
heavy. 54iOfc"G.20; light, 55.255.55; bulk of
Sheep Receipts. 10,000; market for sheep
and lambs steady to lower. Good to
choice mixed, $5.Wi5.7G; Western sheep,
S3.50fz4.00: native lariibs, 54.COfiC.75; West
ern lambs, 5l.35fiG.7f.
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 4.-Ca'ttle-Rc-celpts
4O00. Steady to 10c higher. Native
steel's, 53 75fiG.10; native cows and heifers.
?1.755 16; stockers and feeders, $2.25fiM.&0;
bulls, 52.26fi1.75; calves. 52.oOgl.75; AVe.st
ern steers. ?3.753.50 "Western .cows, 51. 75
Hogs Receipts 7000. Market steady to
3c higher; bulk of sales. 55.60'g5.25; heavy
55.603J5.iri; packers, 55-60fi5.25; pigs and
Sheep Receipts 10O). Strong; muttons.
$3.25fi'4-75; lambs. 5l.00fi'G.2S;- rango we
thers. 53.501j$4.75; ewes, 53.003.75.
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug. 4.-CattIe Ro
ceipla 1550. Market strong to 10c higher.
Native stcci-H, 54.00fiG.CO; cowo and heifers,
52.75tjM.2u. Western steers. 53.0OJ5)3.CO; Tex
as steers, $2 75fi3.00; cows and hclfors.
52.25Sjr3.60; cannors, S1.25fi71.73; stockors and
feeders. 52.50S;4.(K); calves, 53 005.00; bulls,
stags, etc.. 52.00fiM.00;.
Hogs RecelptB 4330. Market 5fi10e
higher. Heavy. $l.t,7Jjo.03: mixed, 55.r0fi)
5.05; light, S5.05rfj5.ir., pigs. JJ.COtT'S.W. Bulk
of sales. $.".00fi"5.10.
Sheep Receipts '1VS) Market steady.
Fed muttons. Westerns, 53.G0fiM.26: we
tlmrs. 53.403.SO; ewes, 52.7530; common
and stockors, 52.00fi;'3.40; lambs, 51.75S5.75.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 1. Wheat
Weaker; Decomber, 51.40.
Parley Wt-akor; December, 51.00U.
St. Louis "Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 4 Wool-Strong and
actlvo; medium grades, combing and
clothing. 20ifi55c; light line. 10fi20c; heavy
lino, 12filGc; tub washed, 2Itj;2lc.
Nov- York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK, Aug 4 Sugar Raw firm;
fair refining. 3c, centrifugal, M teat, 4c;
molapseo sugar, 3Vic; rctlnotl firm;
crushed, 55.85; powderod, 55.25; granulated,
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, Aug. C Butter Un
changed. Cheese Small colored, SVJfiSy,c; small
white, GifJ7c; largo colored, 7S-7c:
largo white. C&7c. '
EGGS WcHtern extra tine, 20fi"21c; first
aVcnujo best, 19tfl9c.
WORLD'S FAIR EXCURSIONS
Via; Denvf.r & Bio Grande. "
To St. Louio and return 542.50
To Chicago and return 47.60
To SL, Louis and return via Chi
cago, or vice versa 60.00
St-lllng datea Tuesday and Friday of
Final limit, 60 days from date of sale.
Pullman and tourist sleepers through
to SL Louis without change. Choice of
routes. See any D. & R. G. agent.
EGGS ARE RAISED J
TO $6.50 A CASE
Wheat Is Expected to Bo Down to 65
. Cents a Bushel This Fall Oats
Once again eggs took a Jump. and. tho
dealers arc in expectation of raising the
rotail price. Such a scarcity at this thno.
of tho year ls unprecedented nnd the
merchants cannot understand it. Tho
prJco now Is 5G.C0 a caso. and nnyono who
had any could make a fair amount of
money by asking 57.
Green qom was cheaper yesterday.
Twenty-five cents a dozen retail was tho
price nsltcd and the supply is on tho
increase. Tomutocs aro also cheaper, tho
wholesale ilguro having been cut to 3
cents a pound.
In spite of the price of wheat being
kept up later than was expected those
who have seen the extent of thlw year'a
crop say that It will bo very cheap when
once tho harvest ls In full swing. Slxiy
flve cents a bushol is the figure to which
it will bo lowered and delivered in Salt
Lake 75 cents will bo asked. According
to some reports wheat and other grain,
too, will be twice as plentiful this year
as It was in 1&03. At preeont tho market
Is feeling tho Scarcity of oats, and some
dealei-s are asking 51-S0 a cwt.
TIav. grain and straw. Oat straw, per
bale, 3yro; alfalfa, flO.OOfiUOjBO. timothy,
per ton. baled. 514.0OfiT15.0O; wheat, por
bushel, 5t.toffa.10: corn, per cwt. 51.40fi
1.C0; corn, crocked. 51.45&1.55, oabs. 51.70:
rolled oats, 51.W; barley, rolled, $1.40ff'1.45;
flour, bnkors' No. 1. 52.30; flour, straight
grade. $2.40; flour, high patonr, 52.00; ryo.
52.C0; graham tlour. 52.EOp2.7C; eornmeal.
51 SOfi-1 bran, 51 OOffl.10; bran nnd shorta
Meats. Dressed beef, per pound, &ff'7c;
dressed veal, per pound, Sc; dressed pork,
per pound, 7c; dressed lambs, per
pound, 10c; dressed mutton, per pound.
Gc; spring lamb, wholesale. 52.75; fjprlpg
lambs, quarter, retail. fl.00ff4.60.
Poultry- Dressed hens, 16c 1 ducks, per
pound, 16ffl6c; live poultry, per pound,
13c; frozen, broilers, 22c; live broilers, per
Fruits Valencia oranges, case, 54.00;
Utah cantaloupes, dozen, 51 .00ffl.50; Utah
watermelons, dozen. 53.50; Utah apricots.
53.75; Utah raspberries, single caso. 51.75;
cantalQupcs, case. 53 75; grapes, case, 51.00;
Utah apples, bushel. $1.00; Utah currants,
case, 51.201.60; watermelons, dozen, $-1.00
ffS.OO; Santa Paula lemon", per box, 51 0;
peaches, box, 50c; plums. 51.75; Utah
blackberries, case. 5175; LTtah cherries,
pound, GfiJOc; bananas, per "bunch. 52.50;
figs and 'dates, 5c, Sc and 10c; limes, per
100, 51-50; gooseberries, per pound, Sc;
pears. 52-25; tragedy prunes, 51.7B; dew
berries, cane. 51-75.
Sugar. Beet sugar, per 1C0, 5G.20; cane
Vegetables. Best marrowfat peas, bush
el. G5c; now celery, dozen, 75c; parsnlpa,
dozen bunches, 50c; California lottuce,
dozen, 50c; green corn on cob, dozoii. 20c;
now peppers, per pound. 15c; Utah sum
mer squash, dozen. 20c; Utah tomatoes,
pound, 3c; Utah cucumbers, dozen, 12c;
yollow onions, cwt., 53.50; vegetable mar
row, dozen. COc; Utah cauliflower, pound.
5c; wax bean?, per bushel, C0e; Utah
cabbage, per cwL. 51.25; new potatoes,
bushel, GSc; bunch turnips, per dozen. 15c;
green onions, per dozen. 12c; Utah let
tuce. 12ff20c; radishes, Ulah. 10c; Cali
fornia cuoumbers, box. 5125.
Dairy products Butter, per pound, 19c; 1
chcHSe, per pound, 9c; eggs, per case,
56.00; fancy cheese, per pound, 10c; comb
honoy. per criito, 52 u; sweitzcr cheese,
per pound, 7c; llmburgcr cheese, per
pound, 17c; cream brick cheese, per
pound. 17c: Edam cheeso. per dozen. 512.09.
Fresh fish. Utah lake bass, 30c; salmon,
13c; mountain trout. S3c. Utah cattish.
12c; halibut, 12c; striped baas, per pound.
15c; shad, per pound, 11c; Mackinaw
trout, lCc; mackerel. 13c; soles, per pound,
9c; fl&undere, per pound, 9c; California
smelts, per pound, 12c; catfish, per pound.
13c; perch, per pound, 10c; crabB, 52.00;
Spanish mackerel, 20c.
Meats. Prime rib 17c; porterhouse,
25e; pork. 15c; mutton chops, lOfflGc; legs,
15c; spring lamb, por cpiartcr, 51.00ffl.&0;
vc-al, 12fi;h)c: veal loaf, 30c.
Poultry. Dressed hen?. ISc; broilers,
35fi50e; turkoys, 25c; geeso, 22c; ducks?,
20c; roost springs. 20c, springs, SoffOOc.
FrulU' Utah apricots, pound, 5c; Utah
cantaloupot', 16c; Utah watermelons. 20fi
&0c; raspberries, McMillan, per qL, Cor;
raspberries. 3 cups for 25c; Utah apples,
pound, 5c; Utah blackberries, 2 cups for
J)c; dowberrltF, lc; currants. 10c; tigs,
15fi25c; watci melons, each. -lOfftiOc; lem
ons, por dozen. 25c; oranges, per dozen.
40fiv0c: punches, 8 pounds for 10c; cher
ries, lOfi'Oc; Oregon. ch.trrlc-s, 25cJ: bananas,
per dozsn. 30c: pears, pound. 12c; limes,
'c; plums. lOff'lac; gooseberries, por qt.,
10c: caintaloucs, 10ff'12c; Utah water
melons, 4&ff&0c; Utah cantaloupes; 16o.
grapes (blnck), Ti'tc; grapes (white). 12c.
Vegetables. New colrn-j', 2 bunches lor
15c; Utah egg plant, I0c; parsnips, bunch,
6c; Utah peppers. 15c; peas, p-r pc-ck. 25c;
green corn on cob, dozen, 25c; vegetable
marrow, 2 for 15c; new peppers, pound.
16c; Utah summer squash. 3 for 10c; Utah
cueumbors. 3 for 5o; caullllywor, 10c, new
potatoes, per j)CMind, lc; wax beans, uc;
cabbage, per wund. n; turnip.1?, ptr
pound, 2c; gleen oyiloni;. 2c; carrots,
c. beot, 21-io; Utah tomato, 3-pounds
-for 5c; luttuco, 5c, A'alifonila lettuce. 2
Dairy prodticU. UuHer. per pound. U5c;
ch'-'ime, 12o. cggR, dozen. 25c; fancy
cheese, per pound. S5c; comb honey, per
comb. 15c; stralnoil honny, per pound, 15c;
Swiss cheeso, per pouiid, 40c; llmburgcr
cheese, pun pound, Wf, cream brick
cheese. 25c; Hidiun choiso. each, 51.25.
Fti.vjIi llsh, Bla:k btias, 35c. salmon.
17c; mountain trout, 40c; brook trout."
each, 12c; Utalucatllsh, por poundj lie;
halibut, 15c; striped bass, 20c; shad, 15c;
Mackinaw trout. 20c; soles. 12c; ilouu
ders, 12o;, umclts, 15c; codfish, 16c; perch,
12c; sturgeon, 16c; crabfi, each, 2310)0.
Grniu. and Provisions.
CHICAGO, Aug -I Sensational reporls
of damage by ruat to spring wheat caused
lnleusc oxcltcment today n the board of
trade, resulting In a sharp advance, In
prices. Tho market closed almost at tho
top, September showing a net gain of
2fa2 over last nlght'n quotations. Oth
er "cereals woro affected by tho strength
of wheat, coin closing at an ndvanco of
an oven cent. Oats aro up Z'Vi.
Provisions chow a gain, of 7 to 12c.
At tho opening tho wheat market exhi
bited much weakness, tho September oj
tlon bolpg down ff to fflc at 03 to
91. Tho decline waa due to an absence,
of nny additional damage reports from
tho Northwest and to a drop of d In tho
wheat quotations nt Liverpool. Paris also
showed a decline, tho fall thcro equal to
a cent a bushel.
Intlucnced. by tho remarkable advance
In prices during the past two wceko a dis
position was shown among local tradcro
to go fllow for a time Knowledge, that
the Government crop report to be Issued
next Wednesday might fail to confirm
tho reports of damage In tho Northwest
helped to restrict tho volume of trading
early In thb day.
During tho first hour tho markot re
gained part of tho initial loss on modcrato
covering bv ahorts, but no griwit strength
was In evidence. Heaviness of receipts
in tho Bouthwost had much influence in
holding tho market in check. Toward
noon, however, alarming reports of dam
ages to spring wheat in tho Northwest
again flooded tho pit- According to tha
latest advices tho area affected by rust
extended over the greater part of the Da-
otas and Minnesota It was averted
hat llttlo hope was entertained for oven
a modcrato yield. Much short wheat hav
ing meanwhllo been sold, a audden de
mand resulted that roused the markot
Into Intense activity,
With the Increased demand enmo a
dearth of offerings nnd in conscquonco
prices roso rapidly The early decline
was entirely oyercomo and the big addi
tional advance followcu rapidly, the mar
ket reaching the highest point so far
touched by tho September delivery, that
option selling at 97fi07. a gain of 3ff
3 from tho low figure of tho day. Trad
ing continued activo the remainder of tho
se-sslon, the markot closing practically at
tho top. with September at 97.
Clearances of wheat and flour were
equal to 72,400 bushels, .Primary receipts,
S0S.OO0 bushels, compared with 152.00)
bushols a yenr ago Minneapolis, Duluth
and Chicago reported receipt? of 22G cars
against COG last week and 209 a year ago.
Lower cables, good weather and favor
ablo crop advices brought out heavy sell
ing of corn early In the session. During
tho lost hour the market held firm, tho
closo being at tho top. September op
ened Mff to lowor'nt 5iy,fiGl. sold
between fOff52 and closed at 62fi"G2.
Local receipts wero 221 cars, with 1G of
Oats opened easier. The market closed
at praotlc&lly the high point. September
opened a shade to 14ff lower at 33ff
34c. sold between 33'4ff03 and 3i'iff3l
and closed at 3lli. Local receipts wero
Buying by packers and for foreign ac
count caused a firm tone In provisions.
At tho start tho market was a trifle easi
er as a result of selling by pit traders,
but with the strength of grain a Armor
feollng developed. September pork closed
with a gain of 1C at 512.93. Lard was
up 10c at 57. Ribs were 7c higher at
Estimated receipts for the week of
wheat. 101 cars; corn, 215; oats, 21G; hogs,
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat No. 2 .
ScpL, Old 95 95 94 9S
Sept., now 91 97 93 97
December 93 9714 9314. 9714
May 95 99 93 99
Corn No. 2 ..,
August 52 5214 62 52'A
Septcmbl4er .. .. 51 52 60 C0
Decomber 4S 49 .47 49U
Oats No. 2
September f 31 34 33 3-114
December 31 35 31 35
May 30 37 35 3S
Mess Pork, per barrel
September 12.E0 13.00 12.80 12.95
October 1287 13.02 12.87 12.97
1 Lard, per 100 pounds
September G.87 7.02 G.87 7 Ol)
October G.95 7 07 G.95 7.07
Short Ribs, per 10) pounds
September 7 CO 7.70 7. GO 7.70
October 7.G2.70 7.62 7.70
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
Firm. No. 2 spring wheat. 51.02ffl.03.
No. 3. 93cfi51 00; No. 2 red. 95fi07c. No.
2 corn, 53c," No. 2 yellow. 53ff54,4c- No.
2 oats. 3lff34c; No. 2 white. 35ff3714c;
No. 3 white, 35ff37c. ' No. 2 ryo. G4c.
Good feeding barley. 35c; fair to cholco
malting. 42fiM5e No. 1 flaxseed. 51 17ff
1.2-1; No. 1 northwestern. 51.21 Prime
timothy seed 53.05. Jlcas pork, per bar
rel. 512.95fi13.00. Lard, per 100 pounds.
56.90ffG.92. Short ribs sides (loose). 57 55
fi7.70. Short clear sides (boxed). 5S.00ff
8.25. Whisky. bals of high wines. 51-23.
Clover, contract grade. 511.25.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Rccps. Shptu
Flour, barrels 26,4(0 11.900
Wheat, bushols .". 9S.000 72,900
Corn, bushels 206.800 519,600
Oats. bushelR 17S.400 41.900
Rye. bushels 5.000 1.S00
Barley, bushels 1S.3C0 2,tX0
On the produce exchange today the but
ler market was steady. Creams. 13ffl7c;
Eggs Steady at mark, cases included,
Cheese Steady. 7ffSc.
Motor and tandem riding at high rate
of speed on the cycle whirl, Saltair, this
li W"""lJlHrihl' YOUNG, MIDDLE
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MY PERFECT APPLIANCE will euro
you. No drugs or electricity; 750,000 cured
and developed. 10 DAYS' TRIAL. Send for
free booklot. Sent sealed. Guaranteed.
Write today. R. C. Emmet, 116 Tabor
block. Denver. Colo.
Old Evergreen Mining & Tunnel com
pany. Principal placo ' of business. Salt
Lake City. Utah. Notice. Thcro is de
linquent upon the following described
stock, on account of assessment No. 6
of three (3) cents per share levied Juno
28. 1901, payablo immediately and de
linquent on the 30th day of July, 1901, tho
amount act opposite tho name of the
shareholder as follows:
N. Certificate. Name.'. No. Shares. AmU
115 L. U. Colbath 000 524000
Therefore, In acordancc with law and
an order made by the board of directors
on tho 2S.th day of June, 1901, so many
shares of such parcel of stock as may bo
necessary will bo sold nt the office of the
secretary of onld company, No. 1G1 South
Main street, Salt Lake City. .Utah, on
Monday, 'the 22d day of August, 1901, "at
12 o'clock noon to pay tho delinquent as
sessment, together with tho cost of ad
vertising and expense of sale.
(Seal.) HENRY G. M'MILLAN.
No. 1GJ South Main street. Salt Lako
Clt. Utah, August 1. 1904. r.43
bids Will, be-received by the
Slato Board of Examiners at tho offlco of
tho underalgnod until 12 o'clock noon of
tho 10th day of August, 1904, for furnish
ing tho material, ruling, printing and
binding 3000 copies of Utah bchool Resis
tor, In accordance with the sample In tho
offlco of tho undorslgned. the samo to be
dolivored at tho offlco of tho State Supt.
of Public Instruction on or boforo Sept.
Each bid must bo accompanied by a cor
tlflcd check equal to 10 per cent of tho
amount of tho bid. to be held upon con
dition that upon tho award of tho contract
to him tho bidder will faithfully and
promptly executo a good and sufficient
bond, payablo to the Slate, with two sure
ties to be approved by said board, condi
tioned that ho will perform tho work for
which ho has contracted under such rules
and regulations as tho board may pre
Bcrlbo and for tho faithful performance of
Tho board reserves tho right to reject
any and all bids or to award the contract
for any clans of work.
J. T. HAMMOND.
Secretary of State and Ex-Offlclo Secre
tary of tho Stalo Board of Examiners.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of tho State of
Utah, county of Salt Lako, Bessie Lyon,
plaintiff, vs. Paul Lyon, defendant Sum
mons, Tho State of Utah to tho said defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the sorvlco of
his summons upon you, If served within
tho county in which this action Is brought,
otherwise, within thirty days after sor
vlco, and defend the above entitled ac
tion; and in caso of your failure so to do.
Judgment will bo rendered against you ac
cording to tho demand of tho complaint,
which, within three days after the Horvtco
of this HiimmoiiB upon you, will bo lllod
In said court. J. M. HAMILTON.
BESSIE LYON. Plaintiff.
Postol'llcc address 31 and 32 Latimer
block, Salt Lako City, Utah. yiJ03
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Prescribing and fixing the amount In
which certain county, precinct and dis
trict officers of Salt Lako county, Slate
of Utah, shall executo official bonds be
fore entering upon the dlschargo of the
duties of their respective offices.
Tho Board of Commissioners of tho
county of Salt Lake ordalna as follows;
Section 1. That the amounts In which
tho foilowing county, precinct and dis
trict officers of Salt Lako county, hcrc
aftor elected or appointed, shnll execute
ofllclal bonds to Salt Lake county, before
entering upon tho discharge of the duties
of their respective offices, shnll be, and
tho same are, hereby prescribed and cs
tnhllshod as follows:
County Tronourcr " 5700,000.00
County Clerk 15,000.00
County Auditor 15.OeO.O0
County Sheriff 20,000 00
County Attorney 5,000.00
County Recorder 15,000.00
County Assessor 15,(00.00
County Survoyor - 5,000.00
Cqunty Supt. of Schools 5,000.00
Justice of tho Pence, each 500.00
Constables, each,.' 500. CO
Road Supervisors, each 600.00
Sec. 2. All bonds of tho aforesaid conn
tv and district officers nOw deposited with
tho County Clerk of Salt Lako county are
Sec. 3. Thin ordinance shall bo in ef
fect on and after tho 16th day of August,
A. D. 1D0I. this date being not less than
fifteen days after Its passage.
Passed this 2Glh day of July. A. D. 1901,
Commissioners James H. Anderson, Wil
liam W. Wilson and Henry N. Standlsh,
each and all voting "Aye."
(Seal.) JAMES II. ANDERSON.
Chairman Board of County Commission
ers. Attest: JOHN JAMES. County Clerk.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial district of tho Stalo of
Utah, countv of Salt Lake. Grace A.
Scott, plaintiff, vs. Fred A. Scott, defend
Tho State of Utah to the said defendant:
Your are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you. If served within
the county In which this action Is brought,
otherwise within thirty days after ser
vice, and defend the above entitled action;
and In caso of your failure so to do. Judg
ment will bo rendered against you accord
ing to the demand of the complaint, of
which a copy Is herewith served upon
you. JAMES T. SMITH.
P. O. address, 74 Hooper block. Salt
Lake City. Utah. y2132
UNION ASSAY OFFICE,
M. S. HANAUER, Manager.
Removed to 152 South W. Temple.
SAMPLES BY MAIL AND EXPRESS
will recclvo prompt attention. Analytical
work a specialty. Send for price list.
The State Bank of Utah
Corner Haln and South Templo Sts.,
Salt Lake City.
.TOSET2I F. SMITH. President
WILLIAM B PRESTON, Vice-President
CHARLES 5. BURTON. Cashier.
HENRY T. M'EWAN, Asst. Cashier.
GENEBAL BANKING BUSINESS.
Accounts Solicited. Special attention to
country trade. Correspondence invl'
J. B. CoBgrlff, Pros E. W. Wlleon. Cashier
OPEN AN ACCOUNT WITH
J. J. Daly, W. P. Noble, VIce-PreBldents.
A. H. Poabody, Ass't Cashier.
WELLS, FARGO SCO. BANK
Salt Lako City. Utah.
The Oldeot and Strongest Bank In Utah.
Undivided proflt3 J
Transacts a goncral banking bunlness,
domestic and foreign.
Direct connections with banks In all
principal clUcs of tho world.
Drafts. On all
Lettero of Credit. prominent
Telegraphlo Transfers. ) cities.
Depooita received subject to check.
H. L. MILLER. CaBhlor.
H. P. CLARK. Asst. Cashier.
ESTABLISHED 18-11. 160 OFFICES.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
"5 Q. DUN & CO.,
The Mercantile Agency.
GEORGE RUST. Genoral Managor,
Utah, Idaho and Wyoming.
Office In Progress bldg., Salt Lake City.
CAPITAL FULLY PAID, 5200,000.00.
SALT' LAKE CITY, UTAH.
Established 1S59. Incorporated CWL
Transact a Goncral Banking Business.
SAFE DEPQ3IT BOXES FOR RENT.
QESERET NATIONAL BANK,
UNITED STATES DEPOSITARY.
Salt Lako City. Utah.
Capital, S500,000 Surplus, S25O,000
L S. HILLS, MOSES THATCHER,
H. S. YOUNG, E. S. HILLS.
Cnshler. Asot. Cashier.
Safe doposlt boxes for rent.
NATIONAL BANK OF
U. S. DEPOSITARY.
FRANK KNOX ...President
JAMES A. MURRAY Vlce-Prcaldont
W. F. ADAMS Caahlor
CAPITAL PAID IN. ttOO.OOO.
Banking In all Us branchco tranoacted.
Exchange drawn on tho principal cities
INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS.
JJcCOBNICK & CO.,
Bait Lako City, Utah.
ASSESSMENT NO. 7.
AJax Mining company". Office and prin
cipal place of buslnoxa. Salt Lake City,
Utah. Notice la hereby given that at a
meeting of tho board oX directors of tho
Ajax Mining company, held on tho ISth
day rf July. 1P04, an assessment of.four (4)
cents per share vsa levied upon thr capi
tal stock of. t corporation. Issued and
outstanding, payablo Immediately to the
secrotnrv at his office, Room 300, Drply
Block, Salt Lake City. Utah. Any stock
upon wh'ch this assessment may remain
unpaid oil Friday, the 19th day of August,
3001, will bo delinquent and advortlsccl for
sale at public auction, and unless payment
Ib mado before, will bo sold on Tuesday,
the Cth day of September, 1004, at 11
o'clock a. m., at tho secretary's office, to
pay the delinquent nsoesseent thereon, to
gether with tho costs of advertising and
e:cpense of sale.
By order of tho board of directors.
-J M. BURT, Secretary.
300 Dooly Block, Salt Lako City, "Utah.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of the State of
Utah, county of Salt Lake. Clara Lock
ard. plaintiff, vs. Robert Lockard, defond
Tho State of Utah to the s;Ud Defendant:
You are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the servlco of
this summons upon you, If served within
the countv in which this action ls brought,
otherwise, within thirty days after eervlce,
and defend the abovo entitled action; and
in caso of your failure so to do, judgmont
will be rendered against you according to
the demand of the complaint, a copy of
which Is left with the clerk of this court
for you. J. M. THOMAS.
P. O. address, 11-12 Eagle block, Salt
Lake City. Utah. y!8
SIDEWALKS, CURB LINES AND
FENCE LINES ON AND ALONG
An Ordinance Defining Sidewalks- on
County Roads, Making Certain
Regulations Concerning the Same,
and Locating Curb Lines and Fence
Lines on and Along County Roads.
Tho Board of County Commissioners of
the County of Salt Lako ordains as fol
Section 1. That that portion of tho pub
lic highways, roads, streets, avenues and
lanes in Salt Lake county outside of tho
lino herein designated on cither side of
the center of said highways, etc.. as tho
curb line and inside of the line designated
as the fence line Is hereby defined and set
apart as sldowalk, under the specula
tions herein set forth and as may bo fur
ther provided by law. The said curb lino
shall be u lino on either side of the con
ter of such highways, etc.. distant from
the center thereof fifty feet on eight-rod
highways, etc, forty-five feet on sevon
rod highways, ote., forty feet on six-rod
highways, etc . thirty-two and a half feet
on live-rod highways, etc . twonty-flvo
feet on four-rod highways, etc., artel
twelve and a half foet on two-rod lanes.
Tho said fence line shall be along tho
outside of said hlghwavs. etc.. measur
ing the full width thereof. fho ivldth
of said sidewalks, outsldo of the curb
line and Inside of the fence line, ls speci
fied as follows: On eight-rod highways,
etc., sixteen feet; on seven-rod highways,
etc., twelve and three-quarters foot; on
six-rod highways, etc., nine and a half
feet; on five-rod highways, etc., eight and
three-quarters feet; on four-rod hlgh
'ways, etc.. eight feet; and on two-rod
lanes, four feet. On highways, etc., four
rods and more in width there ls hereby
designated as tree-apace a strip of the
sidewalk two feet In width, running par
allel with and adjacont to the curb line.
In tho center of -which trees may bo plant
ed, or such other use thereof be mado as
may bo provided by law.
Sec. 2. It shall bo unlawful to extend
or construct any sidewalk so as to en
croach upon nny highway, etc.. nearer
to the center thereor than tho curb line
herein designated, or to encroach upon
any sidewalk with any building, fence,
waP, or post, etc., nearer than the fence
line, or so as to mako the sidewalks nar
rower, than tho widths herein designated
Sec. 3. It shall be unlawful to lay. build
or construct any sidewalk upon any high
way, etc.. In Salt Lake county, wljero the
grade of tho highway, eta. has been fixed
by order of the Board of County Com
missioners, except in accordance with
such grade or to lay, build or construct
any permanent pavement or sidewalk ex
cept upon specifications furnished by tho
county surveyor in accordance with such
fixed grade; and It Is hereby mado tho
duty of the County Surveyor to keep a3
a record In his olllce plats or maps show
ing tho grades as fixed, for reference, and
for furnishing specifications therefrom,
the fee provided by law to bo charged for
such specifications and to be paid into the
Sec. 4. It Is hereby provided that whore
the owner, agent for, or occupier of land
abutting on public highways, etc., desires
to have located the curb lino or the fence
line, or both, for tho purpose of using,
constructing or repairing sidewalks as
provided by law, or for erecting fences or
buildings along tho samo, but outsldo of
the full width of such highway, etc., Xho
said owner, agent, or occupier, upon ap
plication made to and granted by tho
Board of County Commissioners, may
have said lines located by tho County
Survoyor free of charge, provided said
owner, agent or occupier does not en
croach upon the highway, etc.
Sec. 5. It Is hereby made the duty of
tho County Surveyor to make surveys,
and prepare plats and profiles, as quickly
and to such extent as practicable, of all
public highways, etc., In Salt Lake coun
ty, with a view to having tho grades
thereof fixed by order of the Board of
County Commissioners and a record
thereof made and kept in tho County
Sec. C. It shall bo unlawful for any
person, firm or corporation, or agent or
cmplovoo thereof, to construct, place,
keep or maintain upon or across any
sidewalk -in Salt Lake county any porch,
platform, etc., except at tho grado there
of, or any Hume, pipe. etc.. except at or
below the grado thereof, and when any
suoh flume, pipe. etc.. Is below tho grado
It shall bo covered to grado; and such
platform, porch, llumo. pipe, etc.. shall
bo kept In good ropalr by tho party In
whoso Intorest it is constructed or uwed,
so aa not to be dangerous to pedestrians
or an obstruction to the safe and ordinary
nso of the sidewalk.
Sec. 7. it shall be unlawful to con
struct, place, keep or maintain upon or
across any sidewalk In Salt Lake county
any open ditch, flume, conduit or water
way, or any headgate. log. building ma
terial, vehicle, railway without .suitable
crossing for pedestrians, or other ob
struction, provided that building material,
vehicles, etc , may be placed (cmitorariiy
In such manner on public highways as not
to impede, endanger or obstruct ordinary
tralllc. but no such building material, ve
hicles, etc.. shnll' be permitted to remain
on such highway contrary to instructions
from tho County Commissioners; and It
shall bo unlawful to pile any dirt, etc. or
make anv cut, etc., on any sidewalk so
as to intorfero with the ordinary uso
thereof, or vary from tho grado of such
sidewalk where the same has been fixed
bv the Board of County Commissioners.
"Sec S. It shnll be unlawful to drive
or place any wagon, buggy, carriage,
team horsos. cows, mules, etc . upon or
along anv sidewalk, except in crossing
such sidewalk to or from abutting prop
erty or to permit tho same to remain on
or ncross any sidewalk In a way to Im
pede or obstruct the ordinary Uso thereof
Sec. 0. It Is hereby mado the duty of
supervisors of road districts to treat as
obstructions to public highways all en
croachments declared by tho torms of this
ordinance" to bo unlawful.
- Sec. 10. Any person violating any of
tho provisions of Sacdons two. three, six.
seven and eight of this ordinance shall
bo doomud guilty of a misdemeanor.
Sec. 11. This ordinance shall bo In ef
fect on and after August 20. 1001. this dato
being not less than fifteen days after Its
Pnssod this 1st day of. August, 1004.
Commissioners James II. Anderson, Wil
liam W. Wilson and Henry N. 'Standlsh
wich and all votmg "Aye."
JAS. II. ANDERSON.
Chairman Board of County Commission
Attest: JOHN JAMES, County Clerk.
.PKOBATE AND 'GUARDIANSHIP ' 1
Consult County ClcrJ, or tho respective fll
BlgaerB ?or further information. Il
JN" ' the District court, pro-'' Hl
bate Division In and for Salt Lake coun- Hl
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho HH
estate of Newell Hodgman, deceuoed. No- HH
The petition -for approval and settle- HH
mcnt of sixth annual account of the exc- HH
cutoi- of the estate of Newell Hodgman,' HH
deceased, ha3 been set f6r hearing on Frl- Hl
day, the 2nd day of September, A, D. 1&0I, HH
at 10 o'clock a. m., at the county court- WHMMR
house, in tho courtroom of said court. In HH
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county, Utah. . Hl
Witness the Clerk of sdld court, with . Hl
the seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of HH
August, A. D. 1001. , BH
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. HH
By J. U. Eldredgc. Jr., Deputy Clerk. Hl
D. H, Wc-nger, Attorney for Petitioner. Hl
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, FRO-I . iH
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun- Hl
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of the HH
estate and guardianship of Magdalcna . Hl
Knudscn, a minor. Notice. lll
Tho petition of Jens Knudscn, the guar- ll
dlan of the peraon and tho estate Of Mag- ll
dalcna Knudscn, a minor, for confirma-j IH
tlon of salo of the following described H
real estate: fcH
An undivided one-half Interest in tract: IH
Commencing at a point 12.0 rods north tH
from tho southeast corner of the north- BH
east quarter of section LT. townships 1 lliH
south, of rango 1 east, Salt Lako merl- liiH
dlan. running thenco north 3 rods; thence BfiiH
S. S7,& degrees W. 05 rods; to the Jordan ',( iH
andvSalt Lake City canal, thenco aouth- HiiH
erly along canal bank, 3 rods; thence ' aiiil
N. S74 degrees E. G3 rods, more or less. fllill
to tho place of beginning. ppiH
Also beginning v 12.9 rods north from ilH
tho southeast corner of said quarter sec- lilfl
tlon, running thence north 3 rods; thence H
N Sl'A degrees E. 7 3 rods, to the county H
road; thenco S. 15A degrees E. along the fflH
county road, to a point N. 87 degrees fH
E. from the placo of beginning; thence M H
S. 87 degrees W. to the place of be- n lilH
ginning. Subject to one-hnlf of a mort- Hj IIIH
gage for $200. Situated In Salt Lako' M H
county. State of Utah. 1 ilill
For the sum of $375 and upon the fol- nliH
lowing terms, towit: Cash upon confir- HliH
matlon, as appears from the return of illliH
sale, filed in this court, has been set for KiH
hearing on Friday, the second day of llIiH
September, A. D. 1W4, nt 10 o'clock a. m., lliH
nt the county courthouse. In the court- w'lliil
room of said court. In Salt Lake City, Inliil
Salt Lake county, Utah. HftiH
Witness the clerk of said courl. with. lUiiil
the seal thereof affixed, lhi Ith day of ISiH
August. A. D. 1901. JOHN JAMES. sEiH
Seal Clerk. Ift iH
By J. U. Eldredge. Jr . Dcnuty Clerk. ltiiil
G. II. Backman, attorney for petitioner.- u!fiH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- I3iH
bate Division. In and for Suit Lake coun- litiil
ty, Stato of Utah. In the matter of the IliiH
estate of Otto Lelfcr, deceased. Notice. Sftiil
The petition of Orlnnla L, Lelfer, ad- - SiiB
mlnistratrlx of the estate of Otto Lelfer, Siil
deceased, praying for an order to sell the Siil
following described personal property ot HliH
said decedent, to wit? one horse, one RliH
phaeton, one buggy and two sets of har ( HH
ness, has been set for hearing on Frldav,
the 2nd day of September, A. D. 1904, at iV
10 o'clock a m., at the county courthouse. jjiiil
In the courtroom of said court, In Salt iltiil
Lake City, Salt Lake county, Utah. c"H
Witness the Clerk of said court, with liiiH
the seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of IriiB
August, A. D. 1004. IMIH
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. liH
By J. U. Eldrcdge, Jr., Deputy Clerk. &iH
William McCrea, Attorney for Peti- iflH
lioncr. zl C5 ; f ilfl
IN THE DISTRICT COURT PRO- filial
bato DIvision.Mn and for Salt Lake coun- fiH
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of the i liH
estate of W. W. McCandlcs, deceased. U;6iH
The petition of V. A. Nolson, praying iTiH
for the issuance to himself of letters of . W. 'Umm
administration in tho estato of W. W. R, iM
McCanUlcs, deceased, has ' been set for 'Umm
hearing on Friday, the 2nd day of Sep- - 31 MMi
tembcr, A. D. 1901, nt 10 o'clock a. m., at S''iH
the county courthouse, In the courtroom ftiiiH
of said ,court. In Salt Lako City, Salt l :iH
Lake county, Utah. ItfiH
Witness the Clerk of said court, with .
the seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of J 'fH
August, A. D. 1C44. flMH
(Senl.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. (j'lH
By J. U. Eldrcdge, Jr., Deputy Clerk. llMW
Powers &. Straup, Attorneys for Petl- Mm
tioner. zlS2 i i JH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO-' lM
bale Division, In and for Salt Lake coun- - fH
ty, SUUe of Utah. In tho matter of the 'UH
estate of Andrew Nukala, deceased. No- j
The petition of Mat Nukala, praying for Hifl
the Issuanco to himself of letters; of ad- hH
ministration In tho estate of Andrew Nu- ffiiil
kala, has been set for hearing on Friday, WH
the 2nd day of September. A. D. 1504, at ilt'iil
10 o'clock a. m., at tho county courthouse, fillil
In the courtroom of said court, in Salt Imiil
Lake Clly, Salt Lako county. Utah. UmM
Witness the Clerk of said court, with lliiil
the seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of aiil
August. A. D. l?0i. ffH
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. SMM
By J. U. Eldrcdge. Jr., Deputy Clerk. JMW
Sutherland. Van Colt & Allison. Attor- tMW
neyu for Petitioner. zlSO- IMM
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Court, In and for Salt Lake County. Stato illl
of Utah Department No. 1. In the mat- , tiimm
tor of the estate of Edward II. Ogden, I xMm
deceased Notice. jllliil
The petition of Sarah Morris Ogden, T'iH
praying for the admission to probate of a ftiB
certain document, purporting to bo a ffiiB
transcript of tho last will and testament liiiiH
of Edward H. Ogden. deceased, and for nuilil
tho granting of letters testamentary to IwiH
herself, has been set for hearing on Frl- SxiH
day. the 2nd day of September, A. D. 1901, ' mm
at ten o'clock a. m.. at the County court- 0?!iH
house. In the courtroom of said court. In ll7liH
Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county, Utah. riiH
Witness tho Clork of said court with iiiliiH
the seal thereof .affixed this 3rd day of MiSiB
August. A. D. 1P0I. fsH
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. f RlH
By J. U. Eldrcdge. Jr.Deputy Clerk. ' tftH
Booth. Leo & Ritchie, .attorneys for pc- llriH
tltloncr. 7.1G5 j uMm
IN THE .DISTRICT COURT. PRO- ItlH
bate Division, In ajid for Salt Lako Coun- J mmm
ty. State of Utah-In the mattor of tho llEH
estate and guardianship of Herbert F: tifl
"Williams, minor Notice: IrilH
The petition for approval and settlement luiiH
of tho annual account of the guardian of rffilH
the person and estate of Herbert F. Wll- Tliifl
Hams, a minor, has been set for hearing i(jH
on Friday, the 2nd day of September. A. D. tiMm
1904. nt ten o'clock a. ni., at the County mmm
courthouse. In the courtroom of said Wlmm
Court, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake coun- mmm
ty. LTtah. MmM
Witness tho Clork of said court with r mm
tho seal thereof ufllxcd this 3rd day of WM
August, A. D. 1904. fit H
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clork. II !
Bv J. U. Eldrcdge. Jr., Doputy Clerk. HiH
Thomas, Adams, attorney for petitioner f I
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- III
bate Division, in and for Salt Lako Coun- . HlH
tv. State of Utah In tho matter of tho I 'm
estate and guardianship of Roy Gilbert ! ;H
Springer Wolf, minor Notice: T'H
Tho petition for approval and scttloment H
of tho final account of the guardian of f 0!H
tho person and tho instate of Roy Gilbert I ftH
Springer Wolf, a minor, has been set for 1H
hearing on Friday, the 2nd day of Scptcm- I
ber, A D. 1901, at ten o'clock a, m., at ilvSH
tho County courthouse, in the courtroom OH
of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako QjpH
county, Utah. Klf'H
Witness the Clerk of said court with H-ilH
tho seal thereof affixed this 3rd day oft ImH
August, A. D. 1901. TffiH
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk. MH
By J. U Eldrcdge, Jr., Doputy Clork. IfXH
Frlcko & Edwards, attorneys for pet!-. WlH
tioner. zlSl: itffl
Carpenter & Jobber,
H. F. WILLIAMS. 1C0 E. 2nd South. i&lfl
'Phones Bell. 124S-K; Jnd., 305. Job and - 01'
hereon work to order. Anything In wood' iftDfl
work. " !