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Jj SATURDAY OCTOBER-IS, THE SALT LAKE TKIBIJXE. 4AGE THIRTEEN H
mt " ' '-" : ' BBBl
piWith the Bankers, the Merchants and the Bfy
jismall Grain Moves
-jr Dp Two Cents
. Inability to Securo Wheat for Grind-
3 fi ing Main Cause for an Advance
ngejf in Grain Market.
a If CHICAGO. Oct. H Inability of flo
at j? ? mestlc Hour mills to securo wheat sult
lchbf ' nbIc for Grinding was tho main cause of
4 ? an advance of over two conts a bushel
'y Q j In tho price of whoat options hero today.
1 otiU :; 1 A big shortago in tho French crop added
IdritJ i to the feeling of buoyancy. At tho closo
cur? December wheat was up 2c. May
utrS? . r closed with a gain of 2,lc. Corn is up
Dis! f c. Oats Bhow a net gain of Vsc. Pro-
Ji" visions are off 7Vs to 12&c.
.., J Throughout tho latter part of tho ses
t m flon wheat shorts wore urgent buyors.
too? tho December option being in tho great-
arii est favor Prices advanced rapidly un-
til December sold at 31.18. May rail ed
t'l to ?1 12Vi. Tho strength was well niain
)f tained, December closing at ?1.12i. whllo
AM 9 final Quotations on May were at 51.1-!
9 W 1J2U. , ..
jerj jf Earlv in tho session tho corn market
m I ' was Inclined to weakness, mainly in syrn-
M I pathy with tho easier tono of wheat. Do-
m 1 1 cember opened unchanged to WiiVio low-
' ' : cr. at 49i-l9ViC, to -59. sold off to
M ' Sv4, rallied to 5014c and closed at 50',c.
M Local receipts wcro C7 cars, with ono of
m l contract grades.
' The govorning factor In the oats mar-
t-4i ' ket was the action of wheat and corn.
S ' Trading was rather light owing to tho
a5 1 heavy movement and to tho accumula-
7?3 r tion of stocks. After opening c lower
1 " Um t at 2S3ic. December ranged between -2Sc
nflJ : and fflkc and closed at 29c Local rc-
j57 celpts wcro 95 cars.
l vVvfc Selling of lard by a prominent packer
nyii- was the leading factor In tho hog mar-
vSfftf kct At the closo January pork was
IA 6 down li'c at ?12.27s. Lard and ribs
7$ $ "wore each 7c lower at 571716 and SS.42&
pi? hk respectively.
I RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Aaf W Articles. Open. High. Low. Close
itr- J j Wheat. No. 2
'Hi '' October 1.10 l.ltVi 1.10 1.11&
vtM : December 1.10. 1.13 1.00 1-12
N ::; May 1.1016 1.1216 1.09 1.12V'v
-i Corn. No. 2
: October 51 G2 , 6131 62
iQei : ; December 49-"Hi D0V6 l 4S G0
Sen J ; May -:54 40 45U 4C
OA t Oats, No. 2
Jl October 2S 29 2S 29
ftrt December 2S?i 29 2SV6 29
V 5 May 31 3Hi 30i 3114
1 Mess pork, per barrel
r , October 10.SO 10.S7 10.S0 10.S5
i ' December 11.00 11.00 10.93 11 00
i " January 12.40 1 2.40 12.25 12.27
f : May 12.25 12.25 12.15 12.20
i f , Lard, per 100 lbn.
; , October 7.25 7.25 7.22 7.22
Jl i December 7.20 7.20 7.12 7.12
i January 7.22 7.25 7.15 7.15
Zd ( ! Short ribs, per ICO lbs
t May 7.25 7.25 7.22 7.22
h ( October 7.50 7.50 7.15 7-50
ar January 6.47 C.50 0.40 C.42
' May C.57 G.57 6.50 6.52
! CASH QUOTATIONS.
Cash quotations woro as follows: Flour,
; j steady; No. 2 spring wheat. $1.12S1 17; No.
3, St.OOftl 15; No. 2 red. .Zh'J5Xi , No. 2
: i ; corn, 63c. No 2 yellow, 5Gc; No. 2 oats,
j ; 29ic. No 3 white, 32c; No. 3 white, 30-J?
32c. No. 2 rye, 7707Sc: good feeding bar-
" r i ley, 56c. fair to choice malting. 394Sc;
; No 1 flax seed. $1.11; No. 1 Northwestern,
; : 51.1S. mess pork, per barrel. S10.S7511.00,
i ,' i lard, nor 100 pounds, J7.22,0'7.25; short
! ribs sides (loose). J7.C0gi7.C2, short clear
sides (boxed), S7.5057.75; whisky, basis of
i high wines, $1.2C; clover, contract grade,
: , RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
: Articles. Rets. Ship.
' Flour, barrels 22.SO0 30.100
f "Wheat, bushels 111,000 103,400
tl Corn, bushels .115.500 40G.&0O
Oats, bushels 190,100 504,700
llye. bushels 10,000 1,400
; Barley, bushels 150,000 0,7(0
j , PRODUCE EXCHANGE.
t On Iho produce exchange today tho but-
tcr market was firmer; creams, 14120c;
-; . dairy. 13tfl7c; eggs, firm, at mark, cases
( included. 16318Vic; Xirsts. 18c; prime
. firsts. 20c, extras, 22c; cheese, steady,
? Stocks and Bonds.
1 IsEf YORK. Oct. 14. Tho activity of
i the stock market reached tho boiling
iKf point today and trading took on tho ap-
ffV pearancc of tho great bull markets of a
f few years ago. It ia probablo that the
j ' sources of Iho buying havo widened with
f ,tho roccnt violent advances in tho mar-
j j ket. and some outside participation may
fijj; he thus represented. Commission houses,
; through which this kind of business is
itl ; "sually, transacted, report, however, that
yi ; the railroad business is restricted. It Ib
i certain that very largo transactions in
M . today s market were exocuted bv singlo
"m . houses, buying orders for single firms run-
,nl ; n,nR as "'Eh as C0.000 shnrcs of various
UJ ! . stocks This points unmistakably to the
m centralized direction and control of opera-
, ; tions under combined resources.
1 ' Such dealings wcro especially noticeable
M : : today In a few of tho stocks In which ccn-
; tered the. greatest activity and In which
j . , ine widest advances occurred, but the
2j - movement became so general and so em-
I bracing as to carry General conviction of
I ; a wldo participation in tho market from
D i ' wLl ny Ptlrato and independent sources,
1 ; A.nri conviction was very general, also,
J ; ! that a veteran operator and turfman, who
A i1.15 long refrained from leading opera-
: jions In tho market, was again conducl-
ji r ing transactions on n large scale by very
characteristic methods. Tho movomont
i carried all before It. from whatever
S "ourcea it came or for whatever methods,
a no list of noparatn Issues dealt in wa3
1 longer than at any time this year. Yos-
. , terday and today tho number of long-
aormant issues which moved rcaulred
eonatant industry to trace the formor
.3 xrnnaactlona in ordor to make prlco com-
:J Parlsons. Thn uncaslncsB which was
i caused yesterday by the comparative neg-
,J lect of the railroad stocks, whllo low-
f".0 and unknown industrials and 3pe-
claliles absorbed all speculative attention.
I -' was relieved today by tho revived anima-
i H?n of tho standard railroad stocks.
1 i h?.e wcre not a'l shares in tho outset
A m the market's ctrcngth, but before tho
t 2??VVa5 ?vcr Poetically all important
i "jocks had moved forward a point or
Jl Si.re .T1,,rre we,'e ono or two Blight
S,aus,e3. n the extremo activity of the
5 markct lurI"T the day. but It was only
when prices fell back slightly. '
i i,a.ln? f to 2 PolntB nro gcnoral
throughout tho list and aro much largor
ft trlMifst 0:1328 ln Ul rallroad and hld"8-
" T,0nd? wcro nctlvo and firm. Total sales
;f rnVa,,Ue,- .K3.- Umtcd States bonds
f wero unchanged on call.
I CLOSING STOCK LIST.
it av.i.- Sales. High Low. Closo.
f Atchison 24.CO0 85 fM g,7.
4 rP,1ctSrrcd 3.0 101 10011 101
Bait & Ohio 31,200 0i 3 ok
A Href erred 3 3 i
P i m
if SStS& Iuw l5" $
,, Ch c & G West ... C.1CO 1S 17 18
g CCC.-r 17 lk ig
' Colo qL?1 L 100 S5 S5sJ
b rtnSr" h 0,200 'Jl 2014 21
i i1. Preferred 1.M0 52 51 C''
I Dekf WT1 2 'm n$ 27 27
I . g
-r----t- ---- -r--f
-f Now York 57c -f
-f- San Francisco 57c
-f London 26id -f
-f New York oxchango $4.2Oj4.30 -f
-f COPPER. 4.
-f NCjW York exchange . ,.$12.75Q13.00 -f
"- ---H- i- -t- -f-f
D & R G CCO 2S 2S 2Svi
preferred C00 S2'.'t Sli S2
Erl? 33.300 SS 323 ?-3
1st preferred 3,E0) 69 6S 69
2nd preforrcd COO 47 46 47
Hocking Vol I; .. ; SO
..Pforrcd .joo S9 S9 69
Illinois Cent 2.S00 115 141 144
Iowa Cent 2G 25 25?i
proferred 100 47 47 4G
Kan City So $00 2-rJi 25 26
preferred i.soo CO-; 4S 50
Loul3 & Nash 24,200 130 12S 13CKfi,
Manhattan L 3.900 15S& 167 16S
Met Securities 14,20-D So5i S4 So
Met St Ry 22,300 123 122 1221
Minn & St L 500 57 56 56
MStP&SSM... 2,100 824 82 S2
preferred -100 13-1 134 133J1
Missouri Pac 20,900 101 100 101
Mo Kan & Tex k.. 4.1C0 2816" 231' 2S
preferred "... 4,000 57 57 57
Nat R R of Mex
preferred 2,000 40. 391! 40
Now York Cent ... 10.CO0 134 132" 133
Isorf & AVest C.200 73 71i
Ont & West 4,300 35-"& 35 35
Pennsylvania 157.500 185 133 135
P C C & St L 2.S00 77 73 76
Reading 63,200 73 71 72
1st preforrcd 400 $0 S6
2nd preferred 700 79 79 79
Rock Island Co .... &J.200 0 2STf, 30
preforrcd 13,900 74 72 74
i L, & S 21 plcl. 1,000 C2 Glri 132
St L S "West 1,600 22 22 12
preferred 10.100 50 49 C0
Southern Pac 18,800 60 59 CO
Southern Ry 01,900 3-1 33 Sl
preferred : 1.400 91 93 !1
Tex & Pac 0.100 33 33 33
Tol St L & W .... GOO 31 31 31
preferred 200 50 50
Union Pac S0.SO0 106 105 106
preferred 400 M 91 91
Wabash 2,100 20 20 20
preferred 4.900 42 42 42
W & L Erlo 30) IS 17 17
Wisconsin Cent .... 3,500 22 21 21
preferred 400 46 45 45
Mexican Cent S.300 - 14 11 11
American , 210
United States 100 117 117 117
Wells Fargo 100 210 240 240
Amnlg Copper, ..... 43,000 Gi 62 61
Amor Car & F .... 5.700 27 26 26
preferred 1,700 S-l 83 S4
Amer Cot Oil 1,400 32 31 31
preforrcd 131 V2 92 91
Amer Ico 2.800 S 7 S
preferred 10,600 3-5 34 37
Amer Lin OH 12
Amor Loco 11,300 SO 29 29
preferred 600 97 97 97
Amer S & Ref .... 9.100 07 60 66
preferred 600 10S 10S 10S
Amer Sugar Ref .. 4S.4C9 136V 134 13536
Anaconda M Co ... 1.C00 101 99 101
Brooklyn R Tran . 94.000 68 64 67
Colo F & Iron .... 5.400 3S 37 37
Con Gas 2,900 213 212 212
Corn Products 9.700 18 17 IS
preferred 1.100 71 71 74
Distillers' Securs .. 4.200 31 30 30
Gen Eloc 2.400 174 172 173
Interna Paper 6.900 19 1S 19
preferred 2,100 7S 7-5 77
Interna Pump 200 30 S6 35
preferred 200 SO 0 0
Nat Lctul 0.400 25 24 24
North Amer ....... 200 95 91 94
Pac Mall 5.900 33 37 38
People's Gas 49.100 10S 105 100
P Steel Car 10,600 41 29 41
preferred ... 4,600 83 83 S3
Pullman Pal Car .. 400 231 230 230
Rop Steel 1.W0 12 11 11
preferred 2.600 62 62 51
Rubber Goods 4,700 21 21 23
Tenn C & Iron .... 13,700 51 62 51
U S Leather 10,200 11 11 11
preferred 700 90 89 S9
U S Realty 400 62 61 61
U S Rubber 4,900 30 29 29
preferred 300 85 85 84
U S Steel 119.50) 20 19 20
preferred 124,800 79 78 79
Westlnghouse Elec. 2,700 lfS 167 167
West Union 1.200 92 91 92
Total sales for tho day, 1,530,100 shares.
NEW YORK BOND LIST.
U S ref 2s reg ..10-1 Man con g 4s ..105
Coupon .4.. ..104 Mex Cent Is ...71
U S 2s reg 101 1st lnc 1S
Coupon 10? Minn & St L 4s.. 91
U S n 4s reg ..130 Mo K & T 4s ...101
Coupon 131 2s 81
U S old 4s reg.. 106 Nat R R of Mox
Coupon 106 con is 7S
Atchison gen -Is. 102 N Y C gen Js..lC0
odjst 43 97 NT J C gen 5s ....12-1
Atlantic C L 4s. 9S Nor Pac 4s .,, 104
B & Ohio 4s ... 102 3s 175
3s 95 Norf & W c Is.. 100
C of Georgia 5s.ll3 O S L 4s & P ... 9
1st lnc 87 Pcnn con 3s ..101
C & Ohio 4a ..105 Reading gen 4s. 101
Chic & A Iis .. 81 StL&IMc 5s.lli
C B & Q n 4s.. 98 St L & S F fg 4a S6
C M & S P g is.109 St L S W Is .... 9S
C & N W c 73..12S Seaboard A L 4s $0
C R I P Is .. 77 South Pac 4s ... 91
col bs 87 So Ry Cs us
C CCiSLg 4s.l01 Tex & Pac 1b . .121
Chic Term 4s ... 78 T St L & W 4s . 80
Con Tob 4s 74 U P 4s 105
Colo & So 4s .S7 con Is 100
D Sz R G 4s 101 U Steel 2d 5s.. 87
Erie p lien is ..100 Wabash Is 1LS
gen 4s .'. 83 Deb B G5
F W & D O Is.. 110 W Sz L E 4s 91
Hock ay 4s..l09 Wis Cent 1 91
L Sc N unl 4s ..101 Colo F & I 5s .. 0
CHICAGO, Oct. 14.-Caltlo Receipts,
60(0. including WOO Westerns; steady,
good to prime steers, J5,75G3.75; poor to
medium. J3.75ft5.G0; stockcrs and feeders,
?2.25ff-1.00; cows. J1I0JH.10: heifers, J2X0Q
4.75; canners, $1.00a'2.40; bulk. $2 00tf-1.35;
Texas Jfcd steers, S3.75RG.55; Western
steers, J3.00fi5.25; calvea, ?3.55B7.00.
Hogs Receipts. 20,000; tomorrow, 12.000;
market &4P10O lower; rnixca anu butchers',
J5 ,2506.72. good to choice heavy, J5.40fi
5.85; rough heavy. ?5.00fiG.30; light, :5 10fl
G.G0: bulk of sales, S5.255T6.46.
Sheep Receipts, 10,000; strong; lambs,
steady; good to choice wethers, J3.7GtM.26;
fair to choice mixed, SSoGCGS; Wosterns,
$2.754.10: native lambs, J1.C01jC.00; West
crn lambs, ?4.0O1j5 CO.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 14.-Catllc-Rc-ceipts.
4000; market stoady; natlvo stoers
Jl.001fC.20. native coyvh and holfera,
4.50; stockcrs and feeders. J2.251f4.25; bulls,
J1.761T3.50; calves. J2.G0tj6,50; Western
steers, J3.0O1M.60; Western cow3, S1,50Q"3.50
Hogs Receipts, 90C0" market 51pl0c low
er; bulk of sales. $5,001(5,40: heavy, JS.-i&jj)
5.62: packers, J5.351jG.45; pigs and 'lighis.
J I.OCHjC 20.
Sheen Receipts, 2000; market, strong
mutton3, J3,25Dr3.80; lambs, M.0OJ?5.25; ranno
wethers. S3.S01?4.00; ewes, S2.75fj3.50; West
ern ewes, eighty pounds. J3.50.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nob., Oct. 14. Cattlo
Receipts 3200: market steady; natlvo
steers, J 1,2510.10: cows and heifers, J2.253
4 50; Western Btccrs. J3.0OtM.65; Texas
steers. J2.701j3.CO; cows and heifers, J2.25
3.35; canner3, Jl.G01f2.10; stockers and feed
ers, $2.201ji.O): calves, J3.00U5.G0; bulls,
Blags, etc., $1 75S3.20
iTogs Receipts, 43O0; market 5c lower;
heavy. JS.OOIfGXO, mixed. J5.00Ho.10; light,
J5.00i55.16: pigs. 54.60G6.C0; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts, 5500: market stealy;
Westerns, yearlings, J3.651M.00; wothers,
J3.401?3.0; ewes. $3.0033.59; common and
stockers, J2.50U3.75; lambs, Jl.dOfi.lO,
Helay of Frost
Makes Quiet Market1
Record-Breaking Season for Green
Stuff Fine "Winter Apples
Tho heavy frost which was expected to
follow Wednesday's storm has not ma
terialized, and thcro aro accordingly vir
tually no changes In tho local produce
market. Tomatoes and cucumbers arc
becoming a little scarce, because tho sea
son is 3lmply wearing itself out, but prices
remain about tho same. Tho season for
green stuff promises to be among the
longest on record.
Samplo invoices of winter apples from
Meridian, Ida., wcro received yesterday.
They include tho Bcllower, Arkansas
Black, Ben Davis, Missouri Pippin and
other standard varieties and aro as fine
as any that havo over been seen on this
market The Idaho growers arc clearly
ahead of those of Utah ln grading and
spraying their fruit, tho samples received
being entirely free from worms Now In
voices of cranberries and pineapples woro
Tho llsh. game and poultry markots aro
comparatively (julot. Turkeys nro com
ing ln slowly.
TTnv. ("Jrnln nnil Rtr.nw Dnl straw, nor
bale. 30c, alfalfa, 510.(0; timothy, per ton.
baled, JR00; wheat, per bushel, 95cf$1.03;
corn, per cwt., JllOGl GO; corn, cracked,
Jl.451fl.55; oats. $1.35; rolled oats, Jl 45;
barloy, rol!cd, J1.351.45; Hour, bakers' No.
1. $2.30; flour, straight grndo, J2.40iT2.50;
Hour, high patent. J2.60g2.70; rye, $2,00;
graham Hour, S2.501i2 75, cornmeal, Jl.OOft
2.00; bran, Ji.00; bran nnd shorts, J1.101P
Meats. Dressed beef, pound, 4lJ6c;
dressed veal, por pound, 9c; dressed
lambs, per pound, 6c; dressed mutton, per
pound, 51T6c; dressed hoga, Sc; live, 5c
Poultry. Dressed hens, 14c; broilers,
per pound, IGc.
Fruits. Valencia oranges, case, S4 50;
Utah watermelons, per dozen, J1.50; Utah
white grapes, case, J1.25, black grapes,
JL60; Tokay grapes, $1.50; New York Con
cords, 35c; Utah apples, bushel, 75c;
Santa Paula lemons, box. S4.00; peaches,
box, 501175c; plums, box, 00c; bananas, per
bunch, $2.50; limes. icr 100, 51.50; Utah
pears, box, $1,23; cranberries. $9.50 barrel;
dates, per pound, 810c; pineapples, per
dozen, $2.50; German prunes, $1.00 per
Sugar Beet sugar, per ICO, J5.40; cano
Vegetables, California head lettuce. 50
(ffeoc per dozen; oyster plant. 45c a dozen;
now celery, dozen, 50c; parsnips, dozen
bunches, 60c; green peppers, por pound,
5c; Utah summer squash, dozen, 20c; Utah
tomatoes. 6070c a bushel; yellow onions,
per 100. $1.25; vegetable marrow, dozer.,
60c, red cabbage, per pound, 2c; sweot
potatoes, per cwL, $2.00; Utah cabbage,
per 100, 75c; potatoes, per cwt., 90c; tur
nips, beets and carrots, per 103, $1.00; green
onions, per dozen, 20e; radishes, Utah, 20c;
pumpkins, dozen, $125; golden tomatoes,
pound, 4c; Utah egg plant, 6c: Utah let
tuce, 20c: cauliflower, pound. 6c.
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound, 25c;
cheese, per pound, 12c; eggs, per case,
JG.M'xfV.00; comb honey, por crate, $2.75;
sweitzer cheese, per pound, 13c; limburg
er cheese, per pound, 16c; cream brl"k
cheese, por pound. 17c; Edam chceso, per
Fresh Fish. Utah lake bass, 35c; sal
mon, 13c; mountain trout. 23c; halibut, 12c;
striped bass, per pound, 15c; shad, per
pound, 11c: Mackinaw trout, 16c, soles,
per pound, 9c; flounders, per pound. 9c;
California smcltfl. per pound. 12c; catfish,
per pound, 12c; perch, per pound. 10c; lob
sters, per pound. 15c; oysters. New York
counts, J1.60 per 100 selects, $2.25 per gal
lon; barracuda, per pound, 12c; sea bass,
per pound, 12c; bloaters, per ICO, $3.50.
Meats. Prime rib, 17c; porterhouse, IS
U20c; pork, 17c; mutton chops. lOSnSc;
legs. I2c; spring lamb. 121j0c per
pound; veal. 12(a20c', veal loaf, 30c.
Poultry. Drosaed hens, ISc; broilers, 25
Jj'30c; turkeys, 25c; ducks, 20c; roast
Fruits. Crabapples. 50c per peck; Utah
apples, per pcok, 3O!M0c; lemons, por
dozen, 25c; oranges, per dozen, 4OS60c;
peaches, per pound. 6c; per case, 601fS5c;
bananas, per dozen, 30c; pears, 5c per
pound; limcSj 2c: plumB. 6c; Utah water
melons, 155200; Utah cantaloupes, GUlOc;
grapes (black), per baaket, 40c; grapes
(white). 10c; Tokay grapes, 10c; pome
granate, 15c pound, pineapples, 30 and 40c
Vegetables. Nov.- celery, 6c a stalk;
oyster plant, 5c a bunch; China radishes,
two bunches for 6c; Utah egg plant, 6c
Ser pound; parsnips, two bunches for 5c:
Itah peppers, three pounds for 25c; red
cabbage, four pounds for 25c; sweot pota
toes, per poind, 3c; green corn on cob.
per dozen, 20 and 33c; Utah summer
squash, two for 5c; Utah cucumbera. throo
for 5c; cauliflower, 10c a pound; potatoes,
per peck, 20c; cabbage, per pound. 3c;
carrots. 2c; beets, 2c; Utah tomatoes,
per pound, 2c; lettuce. 5c; California
lettuce, two for 15c: pumpkins, 15c: Hub
bard squash, 15c; pickling onions, 50c per
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound. 30c;
cheese, 15c; eggs, per dozen. 25li30c; fancy
choose, per pound. 23c; comb honey, per
comb, 15c; strained honey, por pound, IGc;
Swiss cheese, per pound, 40c; limburgor
cheese, per pound. COc; cream brick
cheese. 25c. Edam cheese, each. $1.23.
Fresh Fish. Black baas, 35c; salmon,
17c; mountain trout, 40c; halibut. 15c;
striped bass, 20c; shad. IGc. Mackinaw
trout, 20c, codfish. IGc; perch. 12c; stur
geon, 15c; white fish. 20c, mountain her
ring, 20c: select oystors, 00c a quart;
barracuda, per pound, 15c; sea bass, per
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 14. Wheat
steady; December, $1.49: May. $1.51.
Barley Steady; December. $1.10: Mnv
St. Louis Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, Oct, 14. Wool-Steady; me
dium grades, combing and clothing. 2Vf?.
2Cc: light line. 10fl20c; heavy fine, 12jiiic:
tub washed, 22'30c.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK, Oct. 14.-Sugnr-Rnw,
quiet; fair roflnlng, 3c; centrifugal, ,9C
tcBt, 4c. molasses sugar, 3c. Refined,
quiet; crushed, $5.75, jiowdered, $5.1G; gran
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, Oct. 14. Butter firm;
street prlco extra creamery, 20iJC0c; of
ficial prices creamery common to uctra.
131j20c; Slato dairy, common to extra
Cheeso and eggs unchanged.
The cost of a cup of good
tea is about three-tenths of a
Tn every package of Schilllng'i Beit Tea I fc
booklet; How To Mnko GooJ Tea.
Trade as a Whole Maintains Satisfac
NEW YORK. Oct. 14. Bradstrcct's to
morrow will say: "Desplto Irregularities,
duo to warm weather conditions or re
ductions In crop movements, trado as a
whole maintains a satisfactory volume
Nothing of a boom character is to bo
noted, but many lines show gains over
the corresponding period of 1903, confirma
tion of this being found in tho best on
record September railroad earnings and
clearings enlarged over last October's
weekly totals. The' undorlylng confidence
Is, perhaps, best shown by tho increased
ease noted In collections, reports as to
which aro better than for nearly two
"Business fallurcsfln tho United States
for tho week ending October 13 .number
190. against. 195 Inst week. 203 in tho like
week in 1903, 203 in 1902, 193 ln 1901 and 223
In 1900. In Canada failures for the week
number IS, aa against 19 last week and 17
ln this week a year ago."
PKOGBESS IS SLOW.
Dun's Review Says, However, That
Trado Is Good.
NEW YORK, Oct. 14.-Dun's Weekly
Review of Trado will say tomorrow:
"Progress Is slow but suro In tho leading
branches of manufacture, contracts bc
1ns more readily placed for distant deliv
ery, whllo tho percenlogo of Idlo machin
ery steadily decreases. Satisfactory news
from leading iron and steel centers tends
to strengthen confidence elsewhere, as
the consumption of Iron has been found
a good barometer of business conditions.
Jobbing and wholcsalo trado In full and
winter wearing apparel expands gradually,
and such spring lines as aro opened meet
with a fairly satisfactory recoptlon, con
sidering tho recent Indisposition to pro-
ido for future requirements. At many
points tho return' of warm weather
checked tho revival of retail trade In
heavy business, but, as that movement
had begun much .earlier than UBual, tho
net result thus far Is better than last
NEW YORK. Oct. 14. Tho following
table, compiled by Bradstreot, shows tho
bank clearings at tho principal cities for
the week ending October 14, with the per
centages of Increase and decreaso aa com
pared with tho corresponding week last
New York $1,559,514.3SS 44.7 ....
Chicago 1S7.120.4S7 10.7 ....
Boston .' 132,230,709 .... 8.7
Philadelphia 122.S11.303 20.5 ....
St. Louis 55,196,425 4.7 ....
Pittsburg 43,3S5,125 3.S ....
San Francisco .... 31.269.125 3.8 ....
Baltimore 2S.637.G10 12.1 ....
Cincinnati 23,965,850 1 5.1 ....
Omaha S.776.002 5.3 ....
Los Angclc3 0,305.444 . 7
St. Joseph 4.S3C.2S3 3.0 m.
Denver 4.SC3.S74 .... 2.7
Soattlo G.2SS.720 8.8 ....
Portland. Or 5.720.211 23.3 ....
SALT LAKE CITY.. 3,156,900 7.5 ....
Spokane, Wash 3.290,599 33.1 ....
Tacoma 2.9S7.01S 50.4 ....
Helena 50C.21G .... 20.1
- Totals "U. S $2,456,539,421 20.7 ....
Outside N. Y SO7,025,CCW 4.1 ....
Totals Canada $ 02.434.SS7 32.1 ....
Ivfew York Metals.
NEW YORK, Oct, 14. Tho London tin
market was again a shade higher, with
spot closing at 130 12s Od and futures at
130. Locally, prices woro firm and a lit
tle higher, in sympathy with spot, clos
ing at $25,37128.60.
Coppor was also higher In London, clos
ing at 59 ISs 9d for spot and at 60 2s
Gd for futures. Locally, copper was firm,
but without quotable change Lake is
$13 00313.25; electrolytic. $12.S7gl3.12.
and casting. 312.75'5I13.00.
Load closed at 12 2s Cd ln London nnd
at $1. 2054. 20 ln the local market.
Spelter was a shado higher abroad, clos
ing at 23 ln tho London market, wjillo It
remained stoady hero at $5.15'45.20.
Iron closed at 50s 6d in Glasgow and
at 43s 7d In MIddlesboro. Locally, iron
is firm and unchanged. No. 1 foundry"
Northern, $14.251?14.76; No. 2 foundry
Northern, $14.00514.50; No. 1 foundry
Southern and No. 1 foundry Southern soft,
$13. 75-544. 25.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK. Oct. 14. Bar sliver, 57c;
Mexican dollars. 46c.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 14 Bar silver.
57c; Mexican dollars, 4Gg"4Gc. Drafts
Sight 7c; telegraph, 10c.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK. Oct. 14. Close: Money on
call steady, llf2 per cent; closing bid.
1, offered at 2. Time loans, steady, sixty
days 3 per cent; ninety days, 3, six
Prime mercantile paper, 41j5 por cent
Sterling exchange strong with actual
business In bankers' bill at JI.So.GO-l.SS 65
for demand and at $4.S3.301M.S3.35 for sixty-day
bills; posted rates. $4. SIS 1.81 and
$4 S0; commercial bills. $1.63.
s n Positively cured by
f4AT theso Iiittle Fills.
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csgsa n 1x023 ttoa1 Dyspepsia, In
GSRS! ETTILE digestion and Too Hearty
1M SF Eatlnjj. A perfect rcm
&i B a bUa cdy for Dizziness, lausca,
p IPIllllLSo Drowsiness, Bad Tasto
Jggl In tho Mouth, Coated
Tongue. Pain In tao Sldo.
1 TORPID LIVER. Tho:
rcgulato tho Bowels. Purely Vcgctablo.
mi PILL, SMALL DOfc SMALL PRICE,
CARTERS I CURE SICK IlEADAC"E-
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EEOBATB AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult Count" CIorK or tho respoctlvo
eigncrs for further Information.
NOTICE OP SALE OP REAL ES
TATE. In the Third Judicial District court,
Probato division. Salt Lake county, Utah.
In tho matter of tho estate of Anna So
phia LIndqulst, deceased.
Bv vlrtuo of an order of salo granted
by tho above-named court on tho 7th day
of October. 1904, tho undersigned will sell
at private salo tho following described
real estate, to wit:
Part of lot 2. block 51. plat "C," Salt
Lako City survey, commencing at a point
2 rods east and 1 rod south of tho north
west corner of said lot, thenco cast S
rods; thenco south 2 rods: thenco west
8 rods, to tho east lino of Jeremy street;
thenco north 2 rods, to tho place of be
ginning. Sltuatod In Salt Lako City,
The salo will be mado on or after Sat
urday, the 22nd day of Ootobor, 1004, at
12 o'clock m . at the office of G. H. Back
man. Attorney, No. 32 South East Tem
ple street. Salt Lako City, Utah, and bids
will bo received by tho undorslgnod at
said place. Terms of sale cash, ten per
cent of each sum bid must accompany
each bid, and the salo or sales will bo
subject to confirmation by said court.
, ALEXANDER LINDQUIST,
G. H. Backman, Attorney for Estate.
DISTRICT" COURT OF THE THIRD
Judicial district of tho State of Utah,
county of Salt Lako Oregon Short Lino
Railroad company, a corporation, plain
tiff, vs. Nels 11. Larson and Belle Larson,
dofendants. Summons. v
Tho Stato of Utah to thooald defend
ants: You aro hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after tho strvlco of
this summons upon you, if served
within tho county in which this no
tion Is brought, othorwlso, within thirty
days after service, and defend the nbove
cntltlcd action; and In case of your fail
ure so to do. Judgment will bo rendered
ngalnst you according to tho demand of
tho complaint, which, within ton days
after service of this summons upon you,
will bo filed with tho Clerk of said court.
P. L. WILLIAMS,
GEO. H. SMITH,
Attornoys for Plaintiff.
p. O Address, G52 Dcsorot News Anno.x,
Nos, 17-19 West South Templo street, Salt
Lako City, Utah, zllTO
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk - tis resnectlvo
eignera for lUrther mrofmatlon.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, In and for Salt Lako county.
?.t0 PC Utah. In the matter of tho es
tate of C. A. Jving. deceased. Notice.
The petition cf Henry P. Sansom. ad
ministrator, with will annexed of tho
estate of C. A. King, deceased, praying
for tho settlement of final account of Bald
administrator with will annexed, and for
the distribution of tho residue of said es
tate to the persons entitled, hns been set
jpr hearing on Friday, tho 21st day of
October, A. D. 1301, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
tho county courthouao In the courtroom
of said court, in Salt Lako City, Salt
Lako county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said Court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 10th day of
October, A. D. 1904.
(Seal.V JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Doputy Clerk.
Bradley & Plschel, Attorneys. blOOl
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lako county,
Slate of Utah. In tho matter of tho es
tato and guardianship of Mark A. and
Jason McChryatal, minors notice.
The petition of Sarah A, McChrystal,
tho guardian of tho persons and tho es
tates of Mark A. McChrystal and Jason
McChrystal, minors, for confirmation of
salo of tho following described real es
tate, to wit:
All tho right, title and interest what
soever of each of nald minors In the
rcnl property described, the Interest of
each of said minors ln said real property
appearing of record and being described
as follows, to wit:
An undivided G19-10.000 of the Eaglo
group of mines, consisting of the follow
ing mining claims and mlllsltcs. situated
in the Tlntlc Mining district, Juab county,
State of Utah (except said mlllsltcs) and
located, patented, known and described
as tho Eagle Lode mining claim, U S.
lot 123, tho Bluo Boll Lodo mining claim,
U. S. lot 124, tho North Extension Eagle
Lodo mining claim, U. S. lot 13, tho North
Extension Blue Boll Lode mining clnlm.
U. S. lot 212. tho Beccher Lodo min
ing claim, U. S, lot 190A, tho Houghton
Lbde mining claim, U. 3 lot 197. tho
South Extension Beechcr Lode mining,
claim, U. S. lot 216. tho South Extension
Blue Bell Lodo mining claim. U. S. lot
215. the South Extension Eaglo Lodo
mining claim, U. S. lot 214, tho Watson
Lodo mining claim, U. S. lot 3722, tho
Watson Extension Lodo mining claim, U.
S. lot 3723, the Bcecher mlllsltc, U. S.
lot 19CB (patented as situated. In Juab
county, but actually situated In Utah
county, Utah), tho Eagle mlllsito U. S.
lot 3S43 (situated ln Utah county, Utah),
for tho sum of $15,253.14, and upon tho
following terms, to wit. First payment,
cash, J325S.14; second payment, payable
November 15, 1901; third payment, payable
March 15, 1905, $4000.00; last payment, pay
able August 15, 13(6, $5500.(0, said de
forced Installments to bo secured by notes
and mortgages bearing 5 per cent Interest
per annum, as appears from the return
of sale, filed In this court, has been set
for hearing on Friday, tho 21st day of
October, A. D. 1901. at 10 o'clock a. m
at tho county courthouse ln tho court
room of said court, ln Salt Lako City,
Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witnesn Uio Clerk of said Court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 10th day of
October, A. D. 3901.
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT
court, ln and for Salt Lake county, Stato
of Utah. Department No. 1.
In the matter of the estato of F. L.
Oswald, deceased. Notice.
Tho 'petition of Ella E. Oswald, pray
ing for tho admission to rroDato of a
certain document, purporting to bo the
last will and testament of F. L. Oswald,
deceasea". and for the granting of letters
testamentary to herself, has been set for
hearing on Friday, tho 21st day of Oc
tober, A. D. 1904, at ten o'clock a. m..
at tho county courthouse,'' In tho court
room of said court, in Salt Lake City,
Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 5th day of
October. A. D. 150-1.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
William II. Bird and C. L Olsen. At
torneys for Petitioner. b510
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, ln nnd for Salt Lako county,
State of Utah. In the matter of tho es
tate of Ataanda M. Pierce, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of Adam Spiers, adminis
trator of tho estate of Amanda M. Pierce,
deceased, for confirmation of the salo of
tho following-described roal estate of said
decedent, to wit: The north half of lot
eight (8), block twenty-sevon (27). plat
"B," Salt Lake City survey, situated in
Salt Lako City. Stato of Utah, for tho
sum of J2500.00; and upon tho following
terms, to wit: Cash upon confirmation,
as appears! from tho return of sale filed In
this court, has been set for hearing on
Friday tho 21st day of October. A. D. 1904,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county court
house, in tho courtroom of said court, ln
Salt Lako City. Salt Lako county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 7th day of Octo
ber. A. D. 1901.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk.
G. H Backman, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
batc division, ln nnd for Salt Lake county,
Stato of Uinh. In tho matter of tho os
tale of FrnK W. Scott, deceased. No
The petition of Lura Scott praying for
the issuance to herself of letters of ad
ministration In tho estato of Frank W.
Scott, deceased, has been sot for hear
ing on Friday, the 21st day of October.
A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a, m , at tho
county courthouse, ln the courtroom of
said court. In Salt Lako City, Salt Lako
Witness the Clork of said Court, with
the seal thereof aflixcd, this 10th day of
October, A, D. 1901.
(Seal ) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clork.
Stewart Si Stowart, Attorneys. bl002
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
batc division, ln and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah.
ln tho matter of tho estate of Wm. A.
Torkulla, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Androw Miller, admin
istrator of the estato of Wm. A. Tor
kulla, deceased, praying for tho settle
ment of final account of said adminis
trator nnd for tho distribution of tho resi
due of said estate to tho persons enti
tled, has been set for hearing on Friday,
tho 21at day of October, A. D. 1901, at 10
o'clock a. fn at the county courthouse,
In tho courtroom of said court. In Salt
Lake City. Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, thlri 5th day of
October, A. D. 1901.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David Br Davles, Doputy Clerk,
N. J. Sheckell, Attorney. b09
Trado Dollar Extonolon Mining com
pany. Location of principal place of bua
lBas. Salt Lako City. Utah.
Notice ia hereby glvon zr.zi at ft meet
ing of tho board of directors of said com
pany, held on tho 16th day of Septomber.
1901. an assessment of ton ($.10) cents per
sbnro wao lovied on the outstanding capi
tal stock of thla corporation, payablo lm.
mediately to tho secretary, at his office,
room No. 100 David Keith building, Salt
Lako City, Utah. Any stock upon which
this assessment shall remain unpnld on
tho 18th day of October, 1901, will bo de
linquent and advertised for Bnlo at pub
lic auction, and unless payment Is mudo
before, will bo sold on tho 9th day of No
vember. 1904, nt 2 o'clock n. m. ot tho of
fice of tho company, room No. 100. David
Keith building. Salt Lako City. Utah, to
pay tho delinquent assessment together
with the costs of advertising and expenses
of salo. ' E. G. KIDDER.
Bait Lako City, Utah, Septomber 16. 190L
First publication. Soptomber 17, 1901.
Laat publication October 13. 190L al353
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clerk or tho respective
slgnors for further Information. jH
a .TI1B. DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division in and for Salt Lako county.
i oC Utah. In tho matter of tho estato
of Thomas Cott rli;gs, deceased. Notice.
lho petition of Robert A. Uro and
Xhomas Hull, administrators of tho oh
tatc i of Thomas Cott Griggs, deceased, for
confirmation of tho salo of tho following
described real estate of said duccdent, to
wit: Commencing at a point ten (10) rods
?Rrlt.ot the southeast corner of lot eight
(8), block forty-nine (49). plat "C," Salt IH
AClly su"vcy, running thenco west IH
ten (10) rods; thenco south one and one
quarters ayj roda, thenco cast ten (10)
thence north ono and one-quarter
(11) rods to tho place of beginning, to
gether with a perpetual right of way over
tract, commencing at a point 91 feet 10i
Inches north of tho southeast corner ot
said lot 8, running thence west 10 rods;
thonco south 12 feet; thence east 10 rods;
thence north 12 feet to the place of begin-
ning, all situated ln Salt Lake City. Salt
Lako county, Utah, for the sum of $500.00,
and upon the following terms, io wit:
Cash upon confirmation, an appears from
tho return of salo lllcd In this court, has
been sot for hearing on Friday, the 2Sth
day of October, A. D. 19-34. at 10 o'clock a,
m.. at tho county courthouse, ln the court
room of said court, in Salt Lake Clt. Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with jH
tho seal thereof affixed, this 12th day of
October, A. D. 1504.
ISealO JOHN JAMES. Cleric ll
By David B. Davlos, Deputy Cleric
G. IT. Backman, Attorney for Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE IH
division. In and for Salt Lako county, IH
Stato of Utah. In the. matter of the es- IH
tato of Richard Ingrham, deceased. No- jH
Tho petition of Ellas Jensen, ndmlnls
trator of tho estato of Richard Ingrham.
deceased, for confirmation of the sale of jH
tho following-described real estato of said
deccdont, to wit: Commencing at a point
thirty-four rods north and three-fourths
of ono rod west of the southeast corner
of tho northwest quarter of section six
teen, township two south of range ono
east; thenco north Torty-thrce rods; thenco
west fifteen and three-fifths rods; thenco
south forty-three rods; thenco east fifteen
and three-fifths rods to the plnco of be
ginning, containing 1.192 acres, for tho
sum of SC35.00. And upon tho following B
torms, to wit: Cash upon confirmation,
as appears from the return of sale filed IH
ln this court, has been set for hearing on
Friday, tho 2Sth day of October, A. D. 1901,
at 10 o'clock a. m., at the county court
house. In the courtroom of said court, ln
Salt Lako City, Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof 'affixed, this 12th day of
October. A. D. 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Cleric
Nels Jensen, Attorney for Estate. bllSC IH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, ln and for Salt Lake County.
State of Utah In the matter of the estate
of Edward H. Ogdcn, deceased. Notice
The petition of Sarah Morrjs Ogdcn, ex
ecutrix of tho estate of Edward H. Ogdcn.
deceased, for confirmation of tho salo of
the following described real estato of said
decedent, to wit: Commencing at tho
southwest corner of lot No. 1, block S,
plat "B," Salt Lako City survey, and run
ning thenco north ten (10) rods; thenco
cast seven (7) rods; thonco south five (5)
rods; thonco west one (1) rod; thonco
south fivo (5) rods; thenco west six (6)
rodfl to the placo of beginning, for tho
sum of $3200, and upon the following
terms, to wit: cash upon confirmation, as
appears from the return of sale, filed in
this court, has been set for hearing on.
Friday, the 2Sth day of October, A. D
1904, at 10 o'clock a. m. at tho county
courthouse, in the courtroom of said
court, ln Salt Lake City, Salt Lake
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 13th day of
October. A. D. 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk-.
By David B. Davies, Deputy Cleric
Booth, Lee & Ritchie, Attorneys for Es-
IN TILE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, ln and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of the
estato of James Thompson, deceased.
Tho petition of Frank Thompson, ox
ccutor of tho estate of James Thompson,
deceased, for confirmation of the salo of
tho following-described real estate of said
decedent, to wit: The north one-half
of the northwest quarter (VI) of section
13, township ono north, rango one west,-"
Salt Lake meridian, containing eighty SO)
acres, moro or less, according to tho Gov
ernment survey, situated in tho county
of Davis. Stato of Utah, for tho sum of
$250.00. And upon tho following torms, to
wit: Cash upon confirmation, as appears
from the return of salo. filed in this court.
has boon sot for hearing on Friday, the
2Sth day of October. A. D. 1901, at 10
o'clock a. m. at the county courthouse in
tho courtroom of said court, in Salt Lako
City, Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 11th day of
October. A. D. 1901. jjJB
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davlos, Deputy Clerk.
' Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Estate. J
THE RIO GRANDE WESTERN
Tho annual mooting of the stockhold-
era of tho Rio Grande Western Railway J
company will bo held at tho principal
offico of the company ln Salt Lako City. J
Utah, or. Hcr.dsy, October 21, 1501, at 12
o'clock noon, I or the election of members J
of the board of directors of tho cor.pany HBl
nnd the transaction of such oth? busl- j
ncss as may bo brought beforo LLtf meot- HBVJ
Tho books for tho transfer of stock will I
be clocd nt 3 o'clock p. in. on October j
3rd, 1504, and ..will bo opened on the day J
following said meeting or tho final ad- J
STEPHEN LITTLE, Secretary. j
September 21st. 1504. a!795
BIDS WILL BE RECEIVED AT THE
office of the Barber Lumber Co., at Boise, J
Ida., for ono week from date, for tho con- J
structlon of the dam and power-b-ouso of BVJ
Bald company on the Bolso river J
Plans and specifications may bo :ccn at J
tho offico of said company, and bids will
bo received for tho wholo work or any J
part thereof, each bid to be accompanied
by a certified check for 2 per cent of tho J
amount 'of tho bid, as a guaranleo that J
tho bidder will, If successful, enter Into a g
contract and glvo a bond for 10 per cont
of tho amount of his bid to satisfactorily
complcto the work. jjhJ
The right Is reserved to rejcot any or all
bids or to accept any bid in wholo or in V
Boise, Ida., Oct. 10, 1901. blOO
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, STATE AVAVJ
of Utah,' county of Salt Lake, Division No.
1. Roy Jones, plaintiff, vs. David Kosht,
defendant. Summons. 1
Stato of Utah to caid defendant:
You are hcroby summoned to appear
within twenty days after th6 servlcopf VjBJ
this summons upon you. If served within
tho county in which this action Is brought,
otherwise within thirty days after service.
and dofond tho nbovo-ciitltlcd action; and
in caso of your failure so to do, Judgment flBVJ
will bo rendered against you according to , BBH
the demand of tho complaint, which, with- BB
In ten days after tho service of this sum- flBVJ
mens upon you, will bo "led with tho
Clerk of said court. C. S. PRICE.
Attorney for Plaintiff.
p. O. Addrcso, 51 Hooper Building, 1st BV
South Street. Salt Lako City. Utah. al935 Bfl