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T.njcnT MOUSING SEPTEMBER- 28, 19011 1 ' H
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WttBankers, the Merchants aad the Brokers."
'trtTel of Prices Is Lifted
vfjlfjeron This Account in
j3j Wall Street.
-r- cpt. 27. Another day of
5 demand for stock3 was
j st tlie stock exchango. alilft
hrtter the nvcraco level of
. Bowment showed sonio va-'.-wiUrity.
the upward move
,'eeddcdly uneven nnd lntcr-
jsall reactions. The soiling
darctcr which made Its lin
es foment and was termed
In stock exchango par--7iba
It appears to come from
iamaMy well Informed either
t scivs regarding properties or
rftainpalen of largo spocula
or for some Blmllar reason
0 judge wisely of the outlook
h the market,
Slice however well informed
.frirf was well absorbed and
vraed seriously to affect tho
SEV of prices. This fact
a sore Impressive to tho senil
is market than the supposed
Strof tho selling. Union Pa
rted States Steel preferred
SteCJsly strong tind active and
r representative of general
ir-3 dependent upon so wlde
wU necessarily had a largo
Bdetermlnliiff tho general tone
uUl b' th0 smpathy their
iirtfrd. . . .
viits of higher prices also en
Wrday of almost complcto im-
riaturblng factors In tho
, Weather sas favorablo for
fi!t-maturlng crops and the
"'!ttla of the weather bureau
nh to reassure the approhen
th the corn and cotton crops.
tla of tho low corn crop estl
t&tnt Hill of tho Great North
sflh'ro Securities seemed to bo
A i eharp advance In North
fiij cn tho curb on buying said
jtedon waa ono of tho features
The buying of United Steel
ins accompanied by the cstl
j cornonitlon for the quarter
KSIclent margin to pro Ide for
sixk. These estimates were
r official or designated author-
rewcafl rather conspicuous cx-
the penrral advancing tcn
i nore so by the notable
rfclch h characterized them
Mtblion was a marked exam
rcaitat bsing narrow through
Miti need for additional capl
jnusl report came In for much
Tte August statement of net
is disappointing. On the other
.ejust statement of tho Chesa
i!o, the Central of Georgia and
l;j Southwestern were consld-
ulL'fftctory and the less sat
ijnlap by the Central of New
Kt denrcf s that stock,
oida continued to report in-
earnings for the third week
i: Rumors of a strong forth-ttrs-nt
of August net earnings
;trylvanl.i also figured in tho
;1 sofTcrcd from intimations
nraraon dividend would bo
:ho were reactions running to
lose of the leaders before the
at'l the closing was heavy,
uehamre advanced, although
I Is for easier moncv In Lon
ailn bills are qulto plentiful
!:iEe market London also
is freclv on balances here lo
1 was distinctly easier In this
ipltc of the continued heavy
m Interior The strength of
Ulleved to be due to n de
mount of the maturing ninety
teilnst which er.chnnge blll3
t the time thy wero made,
rt rtrra. Total sales, par value,
.mled States 3's advanced
rts declined v per cent on call
' YORK BOND LIST
I RjJOJSi Mox Cent 4s .. G7V&
lfo'4 do 1st Inc ....lOifti
Vift, M & St L 4s.... 04U
1 WA M. K & T -la.... 100
s reg.int-' u0 2nds 0
1 BIS X R R of Mcx
ft lK consol -Is 77
JOTS N Y Central
J .1WH gen 3s 100
'; : 5? J Central
a N9r pacific -is.. to
lU-i do 3s 7ifc
V & Norf & West
I -, Stf'-W i consol 4s 102
fes' K O S L 4s & 8
V,',So p,irllc MV-
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u S piclflc Is ..91
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i', s steel 2d 5s. S2'A
)n Wabash lsts ...117
Wh & L Erie
si ! 13 M
ig-SXVIs Cent 4s ... 01
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3IN'G STOCK LIST.
.'.."' 'iSS 81 EBi
o ..0 101 10QH 100
3-...v; ,flw a 69
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RfJ'.." ' '.MO 2ui 24 125'
'WlttV: -J" Ig" S 151
2hs 8 it" 1 f
Wpav- ' i'SS isri 70i u
HLj'itx .'" tfSUJ 3&7U 97
B-.n. j-j1 24j- 21 o
g,':;;; Too 12i 32
4- New York 5g0 .
San Francisco uSic
IjBAD. " 4.
Now York exchange 4.20tH.30 -f
New York exchange .. ?12.50ft'12,C2
bt L S Weot 700 2m 21W 2U
preferred 3.100 45Vi 4li Wh
Soqthern Poc ..... 27.600 07 57 67
Southern Ry 33 324 32
preferred 000 93 G2i 0241
Tex & Pne 900 31 31ft 3tU
Tol St L & Y 100 314 31 31U
preferred 200 61 61 BOvl
Lnlon Pao 52,103 10214 101ft 101
preferred 93 93 92it
Wabash COO 21 21 IQV,
preferred 1,700 42 UK
W & L Erlo 100 IS 16 17
"Wisconslri Cent ... 8,800 21 20 20
preferred 1.200 4614 45 4
Mexican Cent 1,200 1G 13ft 13;
Adams , 230
American . , , 203
United States us'
Wells Fargo 235
Amalg Copper 9,900 &S14 GS oSU
Amor Car & F .... 700 24 23V4 234
preferred .. , giy.
Amor Cot Oil 3,200 32 30 30if
preferred 100 91 -01 90
Amer Ico 00 7 7?J 7-
preferred 400 30 3014 301
Amcr Lin Oil um,
Amer Loco 2,4W 26 26 26i4
preferred 300 05 90 95
Am S & Rcf 3.900 67 67 07
preferred.,...,,..., 800 10954 109 109
Am Sugar Rcf 3S.600 133 132 132
Anaconda M Co .... 300 91 94 92
Brooklyn R Tran . 21,103 56 55' 55
Colo F & Iron .... COO 30 31 34
Con Gas 3,203 20G 2fC 203
Corn Products 3,000 15 14 1C
preferred 300 70 69 70
Distillers' Securs .. 3.9CO 30 30 20
Gen Elec 1,100 173 171 171
Interna Paper 400 17 17 17
Interna Pump 300 32 32 32 "
preferred s 77-
Nat Lead 2,000 24 23 24
North Amer SO) 93 93 95
Pac Mall COO 31 33 34
People's Gas 2,100 102 102 102
P Steel Car 103 SO SO 79
Pullman Pal Car .. 103 218 213 218
Rep Steel l.GCO 9?i 9 9
preferred. SO0 45 -44 45
Rubber Goods 700 20 19Vi 20
preferred 300 S3 S3 S3
Tcnn C & Iron .... 00 48 47 -17
U S Leather 3,400 10 9 9
preferred 8(0 SS S7 67
T7 S Realty 2.3CO Cfi 55 C5
U S Rubber 00 20 20 20
U S Steel 31.609 1S 17 17
nrpfcrred 91.300 70 69 70
Wcfltlnghouse Elec. 3,700 167 1C5 1C6
West Union ICO 90 90 90
Total salea for the day, 752,600 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK, Sept. 27. Bar silver, 5Sc.
Mexican dollars. 46c.
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 27 -Sllver bars,
Mexican dollars, 4&5M6c.
Drafts Sight, 5; telegraph, 5.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK, Sept. 27. Close: Money
on call firm, 132 per cent; closing bid
offered 1; tlmo loans slightly easlor; six
ty and ninety days, 33; six months, 3
ff?4. Prime mercantile paper. 4J56 per
cent. Sterling exchango firm, with actual
business In bankers' bills at f4.S5,a3l,ES'.8o
for demand and at J1.S3 554.83.65 for sixty
day bllla. Posted rates, M.Slfi'4 S4 and
.j 86t-l.87. Commercial bills, ?t.S3?
4.83. Mexican dollars. 46c. Government
bondB Irregular; railroad bonds, firm.
New York Metals.
NEW YORK. Sept. 27. Influenced by
the sharp advance In London, where spot
tin closed at 127 17s Cd and futures at 1S
2s Cd, the local tin market was firmer and
closed at J27.872S.00. although tho de
mand continued moderate.
Copper was a shade higher In the Lon
don market, where It closed at GS 2s Cd
for both spot and futures. Locally, how
ever, the market was unchanged, with
Lake quoted at S12 75!&13.00; electrolytic at
?12.7512.S71., and casting at $12.50tfl2 62.
Lead was unchanged at $4.2064.30 In tho
local market, and at 11 17s 4d In London.
Spelter also was unchanged In both mar
kets. London closing at 22 7s Cd and New
York nt J5. 1055-12.
Iron closed at COs 3d In Glasgow and at
13s 7d In MIddlesboro. Locally Iron way
practically unchanged. No. 1 foundry
Northern Is quoted at J13.75i?14.25, No. 2
foundry Northern at 13.2S5j13.50; No. 1
foundry Southern and No. 1 foundry
Southern Boft at $13.50513.75.
CHICAGO. SepL 27. Cattle Receipts,
17,000; market steady; good to prime Htecrs.
J5.505i5.50; poor to medium, S-l.005o.2o;
Blockers nnd feeders, J2. 25.00; cows. $1.20
5-4.60; holfors,- $2.0054.75; canners, $1,305
2.25; hulls, J2.005-1 00; calves. J3.0056.O);
Texas fed stoers, 54.5050.00; Western
Hogs Receipts. 10,000; market steady to
Co lower; mixed and butchers. $5.7056.37;
good to choice heavy, $5.955&30; rough
heavy, JS.455u.75; light, $5.6550.25; bulk of
sales, $5.9056.10." t , ,
Shocp Receipts, 22.000; sheep and lambs,
steady; good to cholco wethera, $8,805-4,35;
fair to choice mixed. $3.0053.90; Westorn
sheep, $3.0051.15; nutlvo lambs, $1.0356.00;
Western lambs, $1 0055.50.
KANSAS CITY, Sept. 27. Cattle Re
ceipts. 22,000 ; 3low, Htcndy; native otcors,
33.75ilC.00: natlvo cows and heifers, S1.G05'
4,75. stoclcers and feeders. $2.2551X0; bulls,
$1.7553.50-, calves. $2.5035.60, Western
steers. $3,005-1.25: Western cows, $1.5053.25.
Hogs Receipts, 10.000: steady to strong;
bulk of sales, $5.9056.03, heavy. $5.9056.0o;
packers, $5.9056.10; pigs and light, $5.&5
CIO Sheep Receipts. 15,000; steady; mut
tons, $3.0053.80: Iambs, $-1.05G,25. rango
wethers, $3.25Q3.90; ewes, $2.7553.35.
SOUTH OMAHA, Sept. 27. Cattle Re
ceipts. 9000; market steady, 10c lowor; na
tlvo steers. $4,0056.00; cows and heifers,
$2 5053.73; Western steers, $3.0054.65. Tex
as steers $2.7553.00; range cowa nnd holf
crs. $2.2553.30; canners, $1.6052.10; stockers
and feeders. $2.2554-00; calves, $3.0005.50;
bull?, stags, etc., H 7C53.25. Hogs-lte-ccints.
7500; market 5c lower; heavy. $5.i01p
5.85; mixed. $5.8055.3; light.
plgc, ?5.MS5.60: bulk of sales, $o.80SG.90.
Shcep-Recoluts. 1G.OO0; market o toady;
Westerns, $5.6053.90; wethers. $3.4053i(5;
ewes. $3.0OQ3G0; common and Htockors,
$2 70-53.70; lambs. $4.1055.00.
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Sept. 27. Wool, steady
to firm; medium grades, combing and
clothing. 20fi2lo; light fine. lW20o; heavy
tine, 12510c; tub washed, 2253oc.
Novr York Sugar Markot.
NEW YORK, Sept. 27.-9ugar. raw, firm;
fair refining. 3c; centrifugal, test.
4 5-lCc; molnssea sugar, 3c. Refined,
ilrm; crushed, $5.95; powdered, $o.35; gran
ulated, $3.25. .
Butter and "Eggs.
NEW YORK. Sept. 27.-Butter. nrm:
street price, oxtra creamery, 0S21c, of
ficial prlce3 Western factory common to
Cheeso, strong i
Some Meals Go Op
and Others Down
Tho Advances Hnvo All Been in tho
Wholesale Quota- '
The weather having turned colder, tho
watermelon b less of a temptation, but
the price has mounted Just tho same.
Beans have dropped from 25 cents to 7.
Wholesale prices on meats, where thero
have been changes, have risen about a
cent. Dressed veal from S to 9 conta;
dressed pork from 8 to 8 cents; dressed
hens from 14 to 16 cents. But retail
prices on several meats havo dropped.
Thoro Is porterhouse for 16 cents as well
as 20; leg of mutton hns dropped from
15 to 12 cents; dresBed hens aro IS conts,
and broilers aro not only S5, but also 20
Hay. Grain and Straw Oat straw, per
ton, $1Q.00; alfalfa, $10.00510.50; timothy,
nor ton, baled. $14.00515.00; wheat, per
bushel. 955$1.0G; corn, per cwt., $1.405'1.W;
corn, cracked, $1 4551.55; oats, $1.-1051.50;
rolled oats, $1,5051,65; barley, rolled, $1,355)
1.4o; Hour, bakers' No. 1, $2,30; tlour,
straight grade, $2.4002,60; flour, high pat
ent, $2.COj2.70; rye. $2.Go; graham flour,
$2.5052.75; cornmeal. $1,9052.00; bran, $1;
brun and shorts. $1 1051 15.
Meats. Dressed beef, pound, 455c;
dreesTd veal, por pound, 9c: dressed pork,
per pound, 8c; dressed lambs, por
pound. 6c; dressed mutton, per pound, 65
0c, dressed hogs, Sc; live, 6c per pound.
Poultry. Dressed, hens, 15c; brollcra, per
Fruits Valencia oranges, case, $4.50:
Utah cantaloupes, dozen. 30jJ5Cc; Utah
watermelons, dozen, $1.50; white grapes,
case, $1.15; Mack grapes, $1.00: Tokay
grapes, $1.35; Utah apples, bushel, 75c;
Santa Paula lemons, box, $4.(0; peaches,
box, 6057Gc. plums, box, COc; bananas, per
bunch, $2.50; limes, per 103, $1.50; , Utah
pears, box. $1 5; cranberries, $10 barrel;
Concord grapes, 25c a. basket.
Sugar Beet sugar, per ICO, $6.40. cane
Vegetables. California, head lettuce. 50
OrCOo per dozen, oyster plant, 15c a
dozen; China radishes, 40c a dozen; now
celery, "dozen, 50c, parsnips, dozen,
bunches. 50c; new poppers, per pound, 5c;
Utah summer squash, dozen. 20c; Utah
tomitoea 60570c a bushel; yellow onions,
per 100, $1 25. vegetable marrow, dozen,
COc: red cabbage, per pound, 2c; sweet
potatoes, per cwt., $2.60. Utah cabbage,
per ICO. 75c: new potatoes, nor cwt., 00c;
bunch turnips, per dozen, 15c; green on
ions, per dozen, 12c, radishes, Utah, 10c;
pumpkins, dozen, $1.76; golden tomatoes,
pound, 4o; Utah egg plant, 6c.
Dairy Products Butter, por pound, 25c;
cheese, per pound, 12c; eggs, per case,
$3.5057. comb honey, per crate, $2.75;
syvoftzor cheese, per pound, lSc; llmburg
or cheese, per pound, 16c; cream brick,
cheese, per pound, 17c; Edam cheeso, per
Fresh Fish. Utah lake bass, 30c; sal
mon. 13c, mountain trout, 35c; Utah cat
fish, 12c ; halibut, 12c; striped bass, per
pound. 15c: shad, per pound, lie; Mackl
naw trout, 16c; mackerel, 16c; soles, per
pound, 9c: flounders; per pound, 9c; Cali
fornia smelts, per pound, 12c; catfish, per
pound, 13c; perch, per pound, 10c; lobsters,
per pound, 16c; oyBters, New York
counts, $1.C0 per 100; selects, $2.50 per gal
lon... Retail Quotations.
Meats. Prime rib, 17c; porterhouse,
I6(20o; pork, 17c; mutton chops, 10515c;
legs, 12c; spring lamb, 12520c per lb:
Veal. 12520c; veal loaf, EOc.
Poultry Dressed hens, ISc; broilers, 30
535c; turkeyp, 25c; geese, 22c; ducks, 20c;
roast springs. 20c.
Fruits. Crabapples. 40c a peck; Utah
apples, pound, 5c; figs, 15525c; lem
ons, per dozen, 25c; oranges, per dozen,
lOn'Mc; neacheB. per pound, Gc; per case,
40560c; bananas, per dozen, 30c; pears, 5c
a pound; llm.es, 2c; plums, 5c; nectarines,
6c a pound; Utah watermelons, 155y0c:
Utah cnntnlounes, 5510c; grapes (black),
three pounds for 25c: grapes (white), 10c;
Tokay grapes, lOq; Utah Concord grapes,
lOo a pound, 35c a basket; Eastern Con
cord grapes, 35c a box; pomegranltc, 15c
pound; pineapples, 35c and 00c each.
Vegetables. New celery. 5c a stalk; oys
ter plant, 5c a bunch; China radishes, 5a
a bunch; Utah egg plant, 5c a pound;
parsnips, bunch, 5c; Utah peppers, threo
pounds for 25c; red cabbage, four pounds
for 25c; sweet potatoes, per lb, 5c;
green corn on cob, dozon, 20 and 35c; vege
table marrow, two for 15c, Utah summer
squash, three for 10c; Utah cucumbers,
three for 6c, cauliflower, 12c a pound;
potatoes, per peck, 20c; wax beans,
fcur pounds for 7c; cabbage, per pound,
Cc, turnips, per pound, 2c; green onions,
2c, carrots, 2c; beets, 2c; Utah to
matoes, per opund, 2c; lottuco, 6c;
California lettuoe, two for 15c; pumpkins,
15c. Hubbard squash, 16c; pickling cu
cumbers, EOo per 100; pickling onions, COc
Dairy Products Butter, per pound. 30ci
cheese. 15c; eggs, per dozen, 25530c;
fancy cheese, per pound, 25c; comb
hoitey, per comb, 15c; strained honey, per
pound, 16c; Swiss cheese, per pound, 40c;
llmburger cheese, por pound, oOc, cream
brick cheeso, 25c; Edam cheese, each,
Fresh Fish, Black bass, 3oc, salmon,
17c, mountain trout, 40c; brook trout,
each, 12VC; Utah catfish, per pound, 16c;
halibut, 13c; striped bass. 20c; shad. 15c;
Mackinaw irout, 20c; codfish, 15o; perch,
2"-c; sturgeon. 16c; white tlsh, 20c moun
tain herring, 20c; select oysters, COc quart.
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO, Sopt. 27. At the opening the
wh'-at market snowed signs of weakness,
tho December delivery being c lower to
c higher, nt $1 10 to $1.10. May was
unchanged to c lower, at $1.11 to $1,11.
The main factor affecting tho situation at
the alart was, a dccllno in foreign wheat
markets A number of traders who had
sold jihort on tho sharp decline of yester
day purchased freely early In the day.
There was also considerable buying on
predictions' of wet weather In the North
west. However, the most notlceablo fea
ture of trading, and the ono that sccin
lnglv had the greatest Influence In creating
a Htrong undortono, was heavy purchases
of May by a lcador of the bull crowd.
After December had sold at -$1.10. prices
gradually advanced. Slight recessions
wore mado on profit-taking, but tho gen
eral trend of values was toward a hlghor
level. Sentiment during tho latter part of
tho Session was quite bulllah Primary
receipts were much smaller than tho cor
responding day a year ago, and a report
whs received from Minneapolis stating
thut country offerings were decreasing
Advices from .abroad prophesy a big re
duction in wheat shipments from Auatnii
Ha and Argentine in tho near future, the
claim being made that tho exportable sur
plus from thoso countlos was practically
oxhaustcd. . , L , ,.
Higher prices for cash wheat In all mar
kets of tho United States was an Impor
tant aid In buoying up speculatlvo prices
hore. Tho high point on December wao
reached at $1.12. May sold up to $1-13.
Although all tho advance was not main
tained, the market closed strong, with
December up at $1.12, and May lc high
er, at $1.13. , 11 1
Sentiment In tho corn pit was Inclined
to bcariHhhnoss. but tho strength of wheat
prevented any dccllno. Trading was rath
er. Inactive and fluctuations werp within a
narrow rango'. December closed at 50c,
a pain of c.
A'nnouncomont of a big incrcaso In tho
world's visible supply caused an easier
tono In oats, December closed c lower,
provisions were steady on a gopd de
mand from pit traders. Small receipts of
hogs and firm prices at tho yards were
the supporting features. At tho clo3
January pork was off 6c, lard was up 2c
and ribs worn unchanged.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat. No. 2
Sept. (old) 1.12 1.13 1.12 1.13
Sept. (now) l.0j 1.10 1.05 1.10
December 1.10 1.12". 1.10 1.12
May .............. 141 1.111 1.11 1-13
Cora, No. 2
September 52 52 52 52
December 50 50 CO 60
May 4S 49 48 4S
Oats, No. 2
September 29 SO 29 29
Decomb'cr 2051 30 30 30
May 33 33 32 32
October 11.62 11.83 11.53 11.62
January 13.30 13.40 13.39 13. 30
October 7.40 7.45 7.37 7 42
January 7.47 7.50 7.12 7.47
October 7.S2 7.S2 7.72 7.75
January C.95 p. 95 C.87 6.92
Cash quotations wero as follows: Flour,
steady; No. 2 spring wheat, $1 IS; No. 3,
$1.0551.15; No 2 red, $l.U(?ai3. No. 2
corn. 52553c, No. 2 yellow. 013S4c, No,
2 oats, S0c, No. 2 white. 32o: No. 3
whlto, EZ?32c; No. 2 rye, 73c: good feed
ing barley, 355400; fair to choice malting,
46549c; No 1 flaxseed, $1.09; No. 1 North
western, $1.16; prlmo timothy seed, $2.50
52.75; mess pork, per barrel, $11.7O311.S0;
lard, per 100 pounds, $7.60; short rib sides
(loose), $7 7558.00, short clear slds (boxed)
$S.C05S.75; whisky, basis of high wines,
$1.26; clover, contract grado, 512.15.
RECEIPTS OND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Rets. Ship.
Flour, barrels 32.500 18,900
Wheat, bushels 12S.0OO 111.400
Corn, bushels 3$0,0C0 403,000
Oats, bushels 278.400 106,100
Ryo. bushels 2,000 14,000
Barley, bushels 178.200 13,200
On tho produce exchango today tho but
ter market -vas firm; ereams, 14520c
dairies, 13517c. Chccao. firm; S59c.
Eggs, 6tcady; firsts, ISc; prime, 20c; ex
Available Grain Supply.
NEW YORK. Sept. ' 27. Special cablo
telegraphic communications received by
Bradstreets show tho following changes
In available supplies, a6 compared with
Wheat, United States nnd Canada, east
of Rockies. Increase, 2.45S.O0O bushels.
Afloat for and In Europe, Increase, 600
bushels. Total supply, Increase, 3,033,000
Corn, United States and Canada, east
of Rockies. Increase. 644.000 bushels.
Oats, United States and Canada, east of
Rockies. Increase. 2.390,O3 bushels
Among tho more important increases
reported thlo week aro the following: 580,
000 bushels In Manitoba, 5CO.CO0 at tho
Northwestern Interior olovators; 1 23.000
bushels at Chicago prlvalo elevators, 100,
000 bushels at Mllwaukeo prlvato olovators
and 95.000 bushels at Syracuse
Tho leading decreases aro 90.000 bushels
at St. Joseph and 53,000 bushels at Louis
ville. Const Grain.
SAN FRANCISCO. Sept. 27. Wheat
weaker; December. $1 51.
Barley, weaker; December, $L12.
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON, Sopt. 27 Largo and Htnall
mills havo been buying wool during tho
past week. Tho market Is strong, with a
nave been bujlng wool during the past
week. The market Is strong, with a
buoyant movement apparently under way.
A foaturo of the Cradlng hns been tho sat
isfactory demand for worsteds. All
grades of wool are selling well. Territory
continues to move freely at average prices,
Pulled wools are firm Foreign grades
are the least In demand- 'Quotations"
Territory, Idaho fine. lS51Sc; heavy
fine, 16516c; fine medium, I8flil8c; medi
um, 19529c; low medium, 21522c.
Wvomlng, line, 16517c; heavy line, 155
ICo; lino medium. 17518c; medium, 205
21c: low mcalum. 22j323c.
Utah and Novada, line, 17517c; fine,
15516c; lino medium. 17518c; medium,
201321c; low medium. 22523c
Montana, flno choice. 20521c; fine aver
age llKMc; line medium choice, 20fi21c;
average. 10520c; staples, 22523c; medium
choice, 2223c; average, 21522c.
London Wool Auction.
LONDON. Sept. 27. Tho offerings nt tho
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Fine combing, good, easy, and first half
breds gonerally wero In strong demand.
Coarao crossbrcds sold readily to hom
buvers at unchanged rates. A good sup
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chiefly from German buyers. Punta Are
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NOTICES. ft J HH
Consult County ClerV or the rosjiectlT S ' i 'il
igncrs ror further informaUon. tt j 1 H
. IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- W" ' ,jH
bote i division, In and for Salt Lake coun- , Ml
ty, State of Utah. In tho matter of tha R I PliH
estato of Ethan Barrows, deceased. No- D,u i IvH
Tho petition of Lucy Barrows, admin- m : iH
lEtratrix of the estais of Ethan Barrows, BT, i
deceased, praying for tho settlement of iH
Una account of said Luoy Barrows, ad- mA t'H
mlnlstratrlx, and for tho distribution of B I j-.' "M
tho resMue of said estate to the persona Hi ! j ifM
entlilt-d, has been sot for hearing on Krl- K-i ! ' ISI
day the 20th day of September. A. D. HI ! . Vl
1HU. at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county In i; rH
courthouse. In tho courtroom of said Bp ,i 1 H
ccurt. in Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coun- Bi IH
ty, Utah. W' bV
Witness the clerk of said court, with I i'' ;
tho seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of I K ', ,
September, A. D. 1004. 1 ! ' 1
ISeal JOHN JAMES. Clerk. if'1
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. . 8 T, 1
al732 j tj ' j .H
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- B''j
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun- j fi I I lH
ty. State, of Utah. In the matter of tho , IN I'lH
estate of Clara Z. Dooley, deceased. No- ! 1 '! I
Tho petition of Goorgo Jay Gibson, ex- l! ' .
ecu tor of the estate of Clara Z Dooley. h ')
(leceacd, for confirmation of the solo of , j '
tno following described real estate of said . fi , 1
decedent, towlt. all that certain tract or ij' ,
parcel of land situate, lying and being In , :
tho county of Salt Lako, State of Utah, ! g. 1 1
described as follows, toviti Commencing fl, !
at a point flvo and one-half rods north of , '
tho southeast corner of lot S, block 63, ' ,
p at B, Salt Vake City survey, and run- Kl t
ninj: thence j)jrlh three and one-half (3) j; !
rods, theno3 west ten (101 rods, thence ).'
south Vtifts and one-half (34.) rods, thenco r. ; . ,
cast ten (10) rods to tho point of begin- l1 j !
nlng, for tho sum of 57S0, and upon tho t ,!
following terms, towlt, cnnh upon con- ij : '
nrmatlon. as appears from the roturn of W, 'i ,
cale, filed In this court, ha3 been set for; ;,
hearing on Friday, the 30th day of SCp- !,'i!
tcmbcr, A, D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at '
tno county courthouse, In the courtroom ,
of said court. In Salt Lake City, Salt i ,
Lako county, Utah. ! i
Witness the clerk of oald court, with 1 1 1
the seal thereof afllxcd. this 19th day of ' ;
September, A. D. 190-1. i
Seal JOHN JAMES. Clerk. . '
By David B. Davica, Deputy Clerk.
Thompson & Gibson, Attorneys for Ea- t t r:SBll
'to- al733 Ri I iftB
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- ill.'' ' Bl
"ate division, in and for Salt Lako co'un- fi I 1 BlVJ
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho Br 1 i
er.tate of Johanna Olscn Hogcnsen, de- IK
ceased. Notice L ;
The petition of F S. Fernstrom, admin- Er 1 IH
istrator of tho esUto of Johanna Olscn B:
Hogcnsen, deceased, for confirmation of
tno sale of tho following described real K '
escato of said decedent, to wit. All of lots Si 1 HBll
9. 10, 11 and 12, block 30, Sandy Station P , VJ
plat. Sandy City. Salt Lako county, Utah. SI :
for the sum of $301. W. dnd upon the fol- fff't
lowing terms, to wit. Cash upon conOrma- 1 it1, l-
tlon. ns apriears from tho return of sale, j !K '., .
filed In this court, has been set for hear- !
lng on Friday, the 7th day of October. j
A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock n. m., at the coun- i " ,
ty courthouse. In tho courtroom of said i ! ()
court, in Salt Lako City, Salt Lake county, 1' , flHSI
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 23rd day of Sep-
tembcr, A. D, 1904.
(8eal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. I 1
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk. h i
C, M. Nielsen, Atty. for Estato. al9St ' ,
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO-j Ij !
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun-1 ii H
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter qf th '!
estate of Anna Sophia Llndquls't, de- '',
ceased. Notice fi i. ,
Tho petition of Aloxander Llndqulst. ad- I I HB
mlnlstrntor of tho estate of Anna Sophia ! ,;
Llndqulst. deceased, praying for an order 1
of sale of real property of said decedent, l l .
and that all persons Interested appear bb- 3 1
fore said court to show cause why an or- fl , HH
dor should not be granted to sell so much i,
as shall bo necessary of tbo following- f, '
described real estato of sold deceased, to 5! 1 HHH
wit: Part of lot 2, block 51. plat "C," Salt jut j
Lake City survey, commencing on the ;
east lino of Jeremy street, 2 rods cast and v; 'HHBl
ono rod south of the northwest corner of j' 1 HHBJ
said lot, running thenco south 2 rods; f
thenco cant 8 rods; thenco Tlorth 2 rods; 9,
thence west S rods to the place of begin- 1 - I
nlng, in Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county, ir1
Utah, has been set for hearing on Friday, r '
tho 7th day of October, A. D. 1904, at 10 M, i
o'clock a. m., at the county courthouse, In ( ,
the courtroom of said court, in Salt Lake I J flHH
City Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with rjiSS (HHll
the sea! thereof affixed, this 21st day of i'tlrL- t HHB1
Scpfcmbor, A. D. 1991. i ',;VLV '
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. I) . r ?
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. ' ,Y 1
G. II. Backman, Attorney for Estate. i'' IJS,(' HBHJ
alSCO r tJI
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- '
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coun- 1 I
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho J l
estato of Mildred Russell, deceased. J
The petition of Eber W. Hall, praying j .
for the issuance to himself of tetters of 1 ' ' J
administration in tho estate of Mildred tf . jHBl
Russell, deceased, has been set for hearing B HBVJ
on Friday, the 7th day of October, A. D. g i HBVJ
1901,. at 10 o'clock a, m at the county A ! ' l
courthouse. In tho courtroom of said court, n ) j HBHj
In Salt Lako City. Salt Lako county. Utah. 9 i
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with H
the seal Uiorcof affixed, this 23rd day of 8 (I
September, A. D. 1904.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. i iH
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Powers &, Straup, Attorneys. al333 I U' '1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- t ' I 1
bate division, In and for Salt Lako coUn- '
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of tho t, !
nutate of Susannah T. L. Bchultz. de- t:
ceased. Notice. t. )
Tho petition ot- Syvort Schultz, admin- 'iBlVJ
Istrator of the estato of Susannah T L. i. . J
Schultz. deceased, for confirmation of the liiH
sale of tho following described real es- j. ' 1 IHtBtV
talc of said decedent, towlt, all of lot 11. IHtltV
In block 1, of tho Woodmansce subdlvl- "tltS
slon of block 1, plat B, Salt Lako City sur- IIH
voy, for the sum of $400, as appeafs from iiH
tho return of sale, filed In this court, has iiH
been set for hearing on Friday, the SOth I iiH
day of September, A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock I IH
a. m., at the county courthouse. In tho lilH
courtroom of said, court. In Salt Lako (iiilH
City. Salt Lako county, Utah. ' f PH
AVTtness tho clerk of said court, with v iBlll
tho seal thereof afllxcd, this 19th day of P ' ilH
Si-plcmbcr. A, D. 1901 t . tlBBH
Seal JOHN JAMES. Clerk. L' iH
By David B. Davlos. Deputy Clerk. IBiH
C. M. Nlelson, Attorney for Pctltlouor. i. HiH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- t'. IH
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun- S, , 1
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of the IIIH
estate of Peter Van Houtcn, deceased. j . BllBl
Tho petition of Mary J. Van Houton, k ' H
praying for the issuance to hosclf of lot-, h'. IIIH
uts or administration In tho estato of )- ij .H
Peter Van Houtcn, deceased, has been set .' , IBIIH
for hearing on Friday, tho 30th day of ' IH
September, A- D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., y'. tpppj
nt the county courthouse, In the court- ! I lipppj
room of said court, in Salt Lake City. Salt V jliiH
Lake county, Utah. !,!
Witness the Clerk of said court, with Hi 'I
the seal thereof affixed, this 17th day of W .H
September. A, D. 190-1.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. '' . tiH
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. ;pppl
Henderson, Pierce, Crltchlow & Bar- ikH
rcttc, Attorneys for Petitioner. al553 , iPPH
ASSESSMENT NOTICE. iH
Trade Dollar Extension Mining com- !!. i
pany. Location of principal placo of bus- R' 1 jfBllfJ
i,..-F, alt Lako City. Utah. ; H 'j
Notice Is hereby given Thai at a meet- 'il lippH
lng of tho board of directors of said com- l
pany, held on the 15th day of September. ( flr jBBfBBJ
1901 an assessment of ton (MO) cents por I I
oharo was levied on the outstanding capl- ( . :ppH
tal stock of thta corporation, payable lm- ij'f "H
mediately to tho secretary, at his offlco,
room No. 100 David Keith building. Salt h ! ;PPB
Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon which ! r. j . ;pppj
this assessment shall remain unpaid on I n ;HBBh
tho ISth day of October, 1901, will be de- ii-l', 'fppH
llnqucnt and advertised for salo at pub- ' ;ppH
11a auction, and unless paymont Is made , I ipppH
before, will be sold on tho 9th day of No- ! L I iiH
vcmber. 1904, at 2 o'clook p. m. at tho of- j ,,!' jpppH
flco of tho company, room No. 100 David ipppH
Keith building, Salt Lako City, Utah, to i iN ;PPPH
pay tho delinquent assessment together TrJI .'PpppH
with the costs of advertising and expenses j 1 IPPPH
of sale. E. G. KIDDER, ; 'j-'. 'PPPH
Secretary, j ' ,PPPH
Salt Lako City, Utah. September IS. 1901. fft pppi
First publication. September 17. 1904. '' -pppH
Last publication October IS, 1904. al&S I lppB