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1 o the Market
Stoealizo Profits Was Princi
iffljCjuseWlUch Overbore Enger
yWttss to Secmo 0mersliip. f
ML yoRX, Ndv. 12.-Wlth no
R !n (be hopeful and cheerful ;
iSEeftte news, aud with no state
'Kdcfthc general confidence in gen
sSKtsdltlons. the desire to realize
'Kdi3f3 tar overbore the eagerness to
BS ownership in stocks as to
;j BY decidedly irregular tone in
E, ftock market.
-lK, price changes compared with
flXjht offered a very mixed result
3ML fnd of the trading. The deal
Tf;e very large, and the demand
great variety. Transactions
Udl dlslributed, and dealings
t Kt cot greatly congested in a few
Brti favorite speculative stocks
tiKT usually lead the whole market
jMsdnt ol activity suffered most from
y1-" and generally lost ground
Iicuous gains woro made by the
onlncnt railroad stocks and by
cdustrials and specialties which
Ely heard of in the market- Such
rre striking, extending to many
In some cases, but their effort
r so reassuring to the general
Uve sentiment as the uplifting
I for standard stocks. The Wa
nd Illinois Central and South
:i'flc were the most effective sus
forccs In the day's market and
States Steel preferred showed
strength In the late market,
ke general tendency was down
anl: statement showed a larger
In cash than was expected, but
:t on the surplus was modified
considerable loan contraction
SCOO. The loan contraction is
d to be due to the fact that
of the large trust companies
n active lenders of funds dur
weck, thus relieving demands
:e banks The liquidation of
rora profit-taking In the stock
Is believed to have been more
fsst by the new demand for
Ive purposes. Sterling ex
tras strong again today, and
llhood of further gold exports
1 next week Is Increased. Total
bonds, par aluc, $7,295,000.
Jtburst of animation and buoy
hlch followed the election was
ntrally anticipated, and, as In
Ipated events, extensive meas
id been taken in the slock
to reap an advantage from the
The consequence was that
is speculative holdings of
rere their own upon the market
:e profits and the market nf
d veloped some hesitancy and
nty. The reactionary effect
prices proved slight, and
lorstratlon of the great ab
powcr of the market had the
I confirming speculative confl
On the halt on Monday the
tell to the lowest total since
!it awakening of speculation
d early In October, but on
lay the transactions recorded
in aggregate of 2,351.000 shares,
the largest total for any day's
i since May 9, 1901.
rcportlon of the dealings in the
market done by professional
and the dimensions of trans
by single house and Individual
have never been approached in
lory of the stock exchange,
ansactlons of from 100.000 to
shares are credited to single
ind an inspection of clearlng
:tMs of such houses reveal in
stances that their purchases
3 are almost balanced. The
is shown to take advantage of
yjfc'C u from 11CW aml outside sets
jKftB to extend the circle of hold-.
M yMlIze profits is a natural
M01 these daring speculative ven-
KiH2Wnlratlon of operations in a
K4mT Is anotner feature of the
that results from the great
uve ventures of individuals. In
KL , actlvll' of Wednesday It Is
f.1 considerably more than half
Hlfp i tal doings Were account
YflTt 811163 01 several stocks.
, n arkot 13 usually looked to
KW."1 ex of th& search of capital
llfr 'estrrent, and the verv
JE? i-ransactions in that departnjenl.
E.nt a favorable diagnosis
BfrTiJac,e 01 theDhowing. But the
.c nroPotIons of the deal
Twncs are in securities' of a class
Kiwi61' aPProach speculative
Ktlin' Bonds with a con
Hem. I . se lnto stocks, thoM- with
w onntertst contingent on earn
Hkb nf Jlos Mcured y collateral of
foMi C , 8ame company make up
BSIttLy ot 11,0 m,es 1,1 tne preH-
Kd"Ui0n rIse ,n tne market Is
ertvku . on. lne assumption that
csei. 5iiiendency of Industry and
K result li Mt,h0.w nn upward bound
K T f Hi lease of orders of all
WSL, 1?Cen ne,d UP Piling
Is believed alio that
w4a n.i lmProvement plans by
to'nJi . F1 corporations will
BbZ llJ.at the retrenchment
HRfLi nVe becn 1,1 force on some
Tl lroad syotema will be re
Rlc'tad LereaL growth In demand
Kr 2ln 01 Pucts is pointed to
BWoSUj;e of belief.
K "IS Hi my demand for copper.
"Mton fnT ,an advance In the
SamJ s"PP,emcntary evidence
kBeni 9l?0w Progressive
on n"Lnn:?. vcrlfy the expecta
L le Present speculation
uSent'a Preliminary esti-
HilHnnf?Pi.0 nearly 2.300.000
KfeJfflffi id eurcr fears of
buPthc uWy for exPrt to
or nt, eccat discrepancy
SB. ,)readstuff.9 export.
MEOFtt the 1 tne money maricet
WM t anv ?ioro 01 depletion of sup
'CVrsnrV0 ,,lt"nldate the
Ka 6nen,.?M 0lTowcd funda u,ld
Sneata o5ULaV?n; Furtlier large
the P,B0ld,f0r Ilpnient to
KjrtiSof n ,,oan plftced nere;
Nmo ?rUrk: tllft 'ntlmatlon
IEks ttiif i Govrnment deposits
iBfe'Uow 1 be wUhdrawn by De
SbaS ?" the Government's
K;r the Eurnl ,e unsolved question
K!l b fulS Te,anndrnand upon us
H ouwltleuce of tho return of
Xcw York gsVIc -f-
4- San Frnnclsco GSVic 4-
f LE3AD. 4.
New York exchange Firm
New York oxchango JM.37'- 4-
4-4-4- -r- -f-f- 4--f
the flow of currency from the Interior,
have successfully passed In review
without causing a ripple In the money
market or any apparent misgiving in
the minds of borrowers committed to
the stock market
Tho bond market has been active and
buoyant for speculative istnies and firm
for Investment bonds. United States 2s
have declined i per cent on call during
CLOSING STOCK LIST.
Atchison 10.900 $734 87 S7Vi
preferred .'! 103 103 102ji
Bait & Ohio 12.200 KVi 97 &T
preferred 500 95 95 95
Cnnndlan Pac C.C00 182 130Ts 132
Cent ot N Jersey .. S00 193'A 193 193
Ches & Ohio 4.000 -iC -JCi -iPi
Chlo & Alton 2.700 -12 37 -11
Chic & G West ... 19,500 2o4 24 24
Chic & N West ... GOO 203Vi 200 199
C M & St P 11,600 17Gfc 174 174i
preferred 300 1S4 1S1 1S3
Chlo T & Trnns .... 400 1V& 11 ll4
preferred LOCO 24 23. 22
CCC&StL C.000 ?9Ti Slfi
Colo South 400 23 23'. 23'A
Jst prcierrcil 100 (7 G7
2nd preferred 200 35 35A 35U
Dela & Hud 1,000 lS9'-i 1SS lS9Vi
D Lack & West ... 1,000 332 & 332 300
D & R G 3,200 34 33 31
preferred 2.S0O S7 85 86
12rlo 1S.400 41 40 40
l3t preferred 2,200 73 73 73
2nd preferred 1.000 56 55 EG
Hocking Val S2
Illinois Cent 25.700 152 149 151
Iowa Cent 4.600 33 30 32i
preferred 5.2CO 59 65 6S
Kan City So 1,0(0 30 30 30
preferred 3.5(0 C5 61 53
Louis & Nash 7,100 137 130 13G
Manhat L 3.100 104 1C3 103
Met. Sccurs 1.9C0 S2 Sl S2
Met St Ry 4.000 124Vi 123 123
Minn & St L 62
M St P & S S M .. 1,300 92 92 91
preferred 200 14SVi US 117
Missouri Pac 11.300 109 108 1(6
Mo Kan & Tex 1.200 30 35 35
preferred 3,601 C4 03 C3
Nat R R of Mex
preferred 5.1W 43 41 42
New York Cent .... fi.400 137 130 130
Norf & West 2.S00 71 74 74
Ont & West 1.100 43 43 43
Pennsylvania 63.200 137 137 137
P C C & St L 79
Reading 10,001 70 76 7C
1st preferred 1,200 SS SS SS
2nd preferred 200 S0 &0 0
Rock Island Co ... 1.10) 3G 30 30
preferred 1,900 79 79 79
St L & S F 2d pfd. 2.100 09 6S C9
St L S West 2.100 20 25 25
proferrcd 2.103 53 52 G2
Southern Pac fi2.700 00 03 66
Southern Ry 11.4C0 36 31 35
preferred 11.900 96 16 93
Tex & Pac 9.000 37 S7 37
Tol St L & W 200 30 30 30
preferred 100 - 49 49 49
Union Pac 23.300 113 112 112
preferred 900 95 93 94
Wabash 7.400 2a 24 21
preferred 1.100 47 40 47
W & L Erie 3,10-3 22 20 22
Wisconsin Cent ... 000 21 23 23
preferred 200 46 46 46
Mexican Cent 7,300 21 20 20
So Pac pfd 2,100 117 116 116
American 200 215 215 217
United States 200 118 11S 116
Wells Fargo 237
Amalg Copper ... 10,400 75 71 74
Amer Car & F 100 30 29 30
preferred 100 S7 87 S7
Amer Cot Oil 000 32 32 32-J
Amer Ice S00 S 8 8
proferrcd 100 37 37 37
Amer Lin Oil SO) 1C 15 16
preferred 10) 40 40 53
,Amer Loco 2.3CO Sl 30 30
preferred 600 100 99 99
Amer S & Rcf .. 13.400 7S 77 77
preferred 200 113 113 113
Am Sugar Ref .... C.000 116 145 115
Anaconda M Co ... 1.900 115 114 113
Brooklyn It Tran . 4.000 6S 07 C7
Colo F & Iron 7.S00 47 46 46
Con Gas 5.W) 21S 217 'is
Corn Products .... 2.500 24 20 22
preferred 1.200 0 79 79
Distillers' Securs .. 3.000 37 36 30
Gen Elec 4,300 1SI 177 179-
Interna Paper 1,60) 20 19 19
Interna Pump 1.200 41 40 41
preferred 300 85 , SI S3
Nat Lead 200 25 24 21
North Amer 1.500 93 97 9S
Pac Mall 7,00") 53 49 G0
Peoplo's Gas 4,400 111 110 110
V Steel Car 9.000 35 34 34
Pullman Pal Car 225
Rep Steel 1.5(0 16 10 16
preferred.. 11,000 64 03 C3
Rubber Goods 2.400 24 24 21
referred ' 600 SO SO
Tenn C & Iron .... GOO 72 72 72
U S Leather 3(0 11 13 14
preferred 3.600 94 92 93
U S Realty 2,400 70 77 79
U S Rubber 2.700 31 30 31
preferred 1.600 83 5 5
U S Steel G1.10O 27 . 26 27
preferred GO.000 86 85 5
Westlnghouso Elec. 2,400 177 174 175
Western Union .... 4,100 92 92 92
Total sales for tho day. S20.000 shares.
NEW YORK BONDS,
n S rof 2a reg..l01 Man con 4h...105
Coupon 101 Mox Central 4a.. 73
U S 3a rcg 104 1st inc 23
Coupon 101 Minn & St L4s.. 97
U S new 4s rcg- 130 M K & T 4s 102
Coupon 130 2nda . SG
U S old 4s reg. .106 Nut R R of Mex
Coupon 103 con 4a 80
Atchison gen 4s. .102 NYC pen 3a..lO0
adjst 93 N J C gen Gs...,135
Atlantic C L 4s.. 95 Nor Pas 4s 105
Bait & O 4h.:....103 3s 75
3Uh 96 N &. W con 4s.. 101
C of Georgia Es.,112 O S L 4s & P. . . 104
lat lnc M Penn con 3b....103
C & Ohio 4a.. ICS Rending gen 4s .102
Chic & A 3s.. . SOU S L & I M c 5s.. 115
C B & Q n 4s... 101 S L & S F fg 4s. 87
O M & S P g 4s.. 110 S L S Wlsts .. 97
C & N W c 7s .127 Seaboard A L lo. 81
C R I & P 4s.... 7S So Pac 4s..,. .. 93
col 5s 90 So Ry 5a 118
C C C S L K 48.103 Tex c Pas lsts,.12&sf
Chic Term 4s.... 86 T S L & W 43.... SI
Con Tob 4s S3 Union Pao 4s..,. 106
Col & South 4s.. 88 conv 4b 112
D it R G 4s 101 U S Steel 2d 5s. 67
Erio p lien 4s. ...101 Wabash lata 117
gen is 91 Deb B. CS
F W & D C 1st.. 110- W & L E 4k 92
Hock Val 4s ..110 Wis Cent 4s 92
L & N uril 4s.. .103 C F & I con C-s.. 2
Man con k 4s. ...105
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK. Nov. 12. Bar silver, 5Sc.
Mexican dollars. 4Gc.
SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 12. Silver bars.
Mexican dollars, 4Gfi"46c.
Drafts Sight. 5. telegraph. 7.
Money and Exchange.
NEW YORK, Nov. 12. Closo: Money on
cnll nominal: no loans; time loans steady:
uixty davs, 33; ninety days and alx
months. 3 per cent. Prhno mcrcanlllo
paper, 3-Vu"4 per cent. Sterling exchange
strong, with actual business In bankers'
hills at $U0,6ff4.S5 70 for demand and at
J4.S3.S0Jr4.S3.90 for sixty-day bills. Posted
rau-u. t.64-'i4.S7. Commercial blllo, $4.83
4.63, " i
Wreck on Road
Causes Oyster Famine
Scnrcity in Eg-g3 Relieved by Carload
Lot Received Yesterday From the
East No Change in Prices.
Salt Lakers who expected to havo oys
ters as a part of their Sunday dinner
today were disappointed yesterday in re
ceiving the news that a big shipment ot
them had been delayed by a wreck In
Wyoming and many orders would have
to go unfilled. Not only wcro local deal
ers unable to fill tho orders for the city,
but mnny from tho surrounding cities
and towns wcro disappointed as well.
Tho temporary sliortngo in eggs which
has prevailed for the past few days was
relieved yesterday, a. carload lot arriving
fiom the East, Tho wholesale prlco is
still quoted at S7 25 a case, with tho eggs
selllnir at 30 cents retail.
Plenty of fruit, cgotablos, meat, fish
and other things which go to mako up
the menu for the Sunday dinner were on
hand yesterday, with the usual big Sat
Hay, Grain and Straw Oat straw, per
bale, 30c. alfalfa, $10.00; timothy, per
ton, baled, 513.50; wheat, per oushel.
90cJ?$l 10; corn, per cwL, $1.4031.45; corn,
cracked. 31.451.50; oats, $1.40; rolled oats,
$1.5031.63; barley, rolled, $1.25; flour, bak
ers" No. 1, J2.30, Hour, straight grade
J2.4ry.2.G0; flour, high patent. $2.0032.70;
rye. $2.60: graham Hour, $2 G032 70; corn
meal. Jl.70tPl.S0; bran, $100; bran and
shorts, $1 10.
Meats. Dressed beef, pound, 435c;
dressed veal, per pound. 9c; dressed
lambs, per pound, 6c; dressed mutton, per
pound, 536c; dressed hogs, Sc; live. 5c;
codflsh, 6 to 9c; mincemeat, 8'39c,
Poultry Dressed hens, 12c; brollors,
per pound, 14c; turkeys, ISc.
Fruits. California crapes, $1.75; Utah ap
ples, bushel, $1.00; Grand valley apples,
$1.25; Santa Paula lemons, box, $5 00;
peaches, box, 60375c; plums, box, 60c;
bananas, bunch, S2.75f3.00; cranberries,
$S.50 barrel; dates, per pound. SiilOo; pine
apples, per dozen, $2.5rt. German prunes,
$1 CO per bushel, pomegranates, $2.00 per
Sugar. Beet sugar, per 100, $6.40; cano
Vegetables. California head lettuce, 50c
per dozen; oyatcr plant, 45c a dozen;
celery, dozen, 50c; parsnips, per cwt, $1.25;
green peppers, per pound, 5c; yellow
onions, per ICO. $1.25; vegetable marrow, per
dozen, 60c; red cabbage, per pouna. 2c;
Bwcet potatoes, per cwt. $2.25; Utah cab
bage, per 100, $1 26; potatoes, per cwt, 90c;
turnips, beets and carrots, per 100, $1.00;
Sreen onions, per dozen, 20c; pumpkins,
ozen, $1.25; Utah lettuce, 20o; cauliflower,
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound, 25c;
cheese, per pound, 12c; eggs, per case.
$7.257.75; comb honey, per crate, 52.73;
swcltzer cheese, per pound, ISc; llinburgcr
cheese, per pound. 16c; cream brick
cheese, per pound, 17c; Edam cheese, per
dozen, $12 00.
Fresh Fish. Utah lake bass. 30c; sal
mon, 13c; mountain trout, 35c; halibut, 12c;
striped bass, per pound, 15c; soles, per
pound, 9c; Uoundcrs, per pound, 9c; Cali
fornia smoltz, per pound, 12c; catfish, per
pound, 12o; perch, per pound, 10c; lob
sters, per pound. 16c; oysters. New York
counts. $1.00 per 100; solects. $2.25 per gal
lon; barracuda, per pound 12c; sea boss,
per pound. 12c; bloaters, per 100. J3.50.
Meats. Prlmo rib, 17c; porterhouse IS
S20c;' pork. 17c; mutton chops, lOftlSc;
legs, 12c; lamb, 12316c per pound; veal.
12u20c: veal loaf. 30c
Poultry Dressed hens. 16c; broilers,
ISc; turkeys, 25c; ducks, 20c; roast
Bprlngs. ISc; teal ducks, 30c pair; mal
Fruits. Utah apples, per peck, 306?40c;
lemons, per dozen, 25c: oranges, per doz
en 40360c; bananas, per dozen, 30c: Dears,
three pounds for 23c; grapes (black),
per basket 50360c; grapes (white), 603fi0c;
Tokay grapoe, 60c; pomegranates. 15c per
pound; pineapples, JO and 40c each.
Vegetables. New celery, 6c a stalk;
oyster plant. 5c a bunch; parsnips, 20c
a peck; red cabbage 5c pound; sweet po
tatoes, pound, 3c; cauliflower, 10c a pound;
potatoes, peck 20c; cabbage, per pound,
3c' turnips, 20c peck: green onions, 2c;
carrots. 20o pcclt; beets. 20c peck, lettuce,
6c- pumpkins. 15c; Hubbard squash, 10c;
hot-house lettuce, 5c per bunch; spinach,
6c per pound; California French arti
chokes. 10c each; Utah Brussels sprouts.
10c per pound; tomatoes, 5c per pound;
chestnuts, per pound, 25c
Dairy Products. uuuer, per pound. 30c:
cheese, 15c; eggs, per dozen. 25'3C0c; fancy
cheese, per pound, 25c; comb honey, per
comb, 15c; strained honey, per pound, 15c;
Swiss cheese, per pound. 40c; llmburger
cheese, per pound, 60c; cream brick
chceBC. 25c: Edam cheese, each, $1 25.
Fresh Fish Black bass, 35c; salmon,
17'Ac; mountain trout, 40c; halibut, 15c;
striped buss, 20c; Mackinaw trout. 20c;
codfish, 15c; perch. 12c; sturgeon, 15c;
white llsh. 20c; mountain herring, 15c;
lobster, 17c; select oysters, 60c a quart;
barracuda, per pound, 15c; sea bass, per
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO. Nov. 12. Scarcity of cash
wheat held option prices comparatively
steady today. At the close the Decem
ber delivery was oft a shade and May
c Corn ls down T'c. Oats are up
c and provisions 7 to 12c.
Small receipts in the Northwest and
firmness of cables caused a steady tone
in the wheat market at the opening.
Initial quotations on December were c
lower at S1.14c. May was c lower to
c higher at $1.14 to $1.14. Senti
ment In the pit, however, was inclined
to bearlshness as the result of fear that
tho total world's movement for the
week would show a considerable In
crease. While offerings were light, the
demand was not sufficient to prevent a
decline In prices. December dropping
to $1.14. May sold off to $L13. Toward
the middle of the sett'ion the market
became quite strong, especially for tho
May delivery, which advanced to $1.11.
December rallied to about the opening
The factors that contributed to tho
firmness yesterday were prominent in
fluences today. The cash situation, how
ever, was perhaps the most potent of
them all. Minneapolis reported an ad
vance of 4 cents a bushel In the price
of low-grade wheat, while higher grades
were in good demand at llrm pricea
Arrivals In tho Southwest were much
smaller than a year ago. A message
from Kansas City claimed that the
movement would continue to decrease.
Total primary receipts today were 400,
000 buBhels less than on the correspond
ing day a year ago.
The trading was quiet throughout the
entire day, operations being confined
mainly to local trade. The market
closed steady, with December at $1.1-1
1.14. May closed at $1 11.
Clearances of wheat and Hour wero
equal to 73,100 bushels. Primary re
ceipts were S39.200 bushels, compared
with 1,259,900 bushels a year ago. Min
neapolis, Duluth and Chicago reporU-d
receipts of 602 cars, against 786 cars
la-c-t week and 924 cars a year ago.
Sentiment In the corn market was
bullish, as a result of small stocks but
the Government crop was bo overwhelm
ingly bearish as to hold many buyers
in chock. December opened a shade to
VaQKa lower, at 51 to 51c, sold 51
and G2c and closed 51c. Local re
ceipts were 149 cars, with threo of con
A good cash demand caused a firm
tone In speculative trading In oats. De
cember oponed unchanged to 29c, sold
up to 29c and closed at 29c. Locul
receipts were 91 cars.
Provisions were weak early in tho ses
sion, as a result of lower prices at the
yards, but covering by shorts in all
products caused a firm tone. Final quo
tations on January' pork were up 12Xc
at $12.75(3112.77. Lard and ribs were
each up 7c at $7.12 and $6.G0 respec
tively. RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articlos. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat No. 2
Dec 1.14 1.14 1.14 1.14
May 1.11 i,u 1.13 1..1
July 09 sfli w
Corn No. 2
Dec 51 62 Gl Gl
May 47 47 46- 43
July -ic 45 46 46
Oats No. 2
July 31 32 31 31
Nov , .... 29
Dec 29 23 29 29
3Jay 31 31 31 31
Mess pork, por bbl.
Jan 12.60 12.77 12.60 12.77
May 12.62 12.80 12.60 12.77
Lard, per 100 lbs.
Jan 7.07 7.17 7.07 7.17
May 7.17 7 32 7.12 7.3-)
Short ribs, por 100 lbs.
Jan. ., 6.50 6.6") 6.50 6.60
May 0.60 0.70 G.EO 6.70
Cash quotations woro as follows: Flour,
steady; No. 2 spring wheat. $1.1031.14.
No. 3, fl.0ISl.ll; No. 2 red, $1.171.1S,
No. 2 corn, 56c; No. 2 yellow, 60c; No. 2
oats, 29c; No. 2 white. 32-332c; No, 3
white. 30332c; No. 2 rye, Sic; good feed
ing barley, 3SfiOSc; fair to choice malt
ing, 43362c; No. 1 flaxseed, $1.11, No. 1
Northwestern, $11S; prlmo timothy seed,
$2.62; mess pork, per bbl., $11 15311.20;
lard, per 100 lbs., S7.1037 12; short ilbB
sides (loose), $0,S7frr.l2, short clear
sides (boxed), ffi.67J7.00; whisky, basis
of high wines, $1.21; clover, contract
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles, Rects. Shlp'ta.
Flour, barrels 12,700 22,600
Wheat, bushels 55,000 bO.OOO
Corn, bushels ...127,000 253.S0O
Oats, bushels 150.EGO 313.SC0
Ryo. bushels C.OOO 75.100
Barley, bushels 130.400 03,000
On tho produce exchange today the but
ter market was 6teady; creameries, 16
g24e; dairies, 16321c Eggs steady. 17
6'20c: nt mark, firsts. 22c; prlmo firsts.
24c; extras, 20c Chceso steady; 10u
Imports and Exports.
NEW YORK. Nov. 12. Total imports of
dry goods and general merchandise at
tho port of New York for tho week (five
days) ending today, wero valued at $14,
19f,G33. Exports of specie from New York for
tho week (flvo days) ending today wero
$2,C07.S gold and $518,570 sliver.
Imports of specie at New York dur
ing tho week (five days) wero $22,176 sil
ver and $172,301 gold.
SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 12. Wheat
weaker: December, fl.45; May, $1.46.
Barley steady; December, $1,09; May,
ITew York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK. Nov. 12. All grades of re
fined sugar wero advanced 10c a hundred
pounds today. Quotations; Raw firm;
Centrifugal, 9-1 test. 1 7-16c; molasses su
gar. 3 ll-16c Refined firm; No. 6. $5.05;
No. 7. $5.(0. No. S, $4 90; No. 9. $1.85; No.
10, $i.S0; No. 11, $4.70, No. 12, $4.65; No. 13,
$160; No. 11, $1.60; confectioners A. $5.30;
Mould A. $5.S0; cut-loaf. $6.15; crushed,
$6.15; powderod, $5.55; granulated, $5.45;
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, Nov. 12 Buttor firm; offi
cial prices renovated, common to extra,
1331Sc; western factory, common to
choice, 133'16c; western Imitation cream
ery, common to choice, 133"16c; western
Imitation creamery, common to choice,
Checso firm; unchanged.
Eggs firm; western fancy, selected. 23c;
"Weekly Bank Statement.
NEW YORK. Nov. 12. Tho statement
of averages of the clearing houso banks
of this city for tho ve days of this week
Legal Tenders 76,347,1(0
Reservo Required 291,011,250
Decrease , G,02G,S50
Surplus I S,S54.6C0
Decrease 1 1,217,850
Ex. U. S. Deposits 14.74-I.S75
Tho Financier says: "The most notablo
features of the ofllclal statemout of the
Now York associated banks last week
were the reduction In the surplus re
servo to tho lowest point of tho year,
n loss of cash largely In excess of tho
estimates which wero bused upon the
traceable movements of money during tho
year, and a heavy reduction In deioslts.
The decrease In cash shown by the state
ment was $6,244,700, while tho estimated
reduction was $3,811,600.
"Tho bank leturn Included tho aver
ages of the shipments of $4,000,000 of gold
to Cuba, $2,000,000 on Saturday of tho pre
vious week and a llko sum on Thursday
of last week, also tho averago of one
day of $2,000,000 withdrawn from tho
banks on Friday for shipment to Cuba
on Saturday. The estimates, however,
look account only of the $4,000,000 with
drawn, $2,000,000 each on Saturday, Novem
ber 5, and on Thursday. The dopoelts
decrensod $20,107,400, which was $926,900 less
than tho sum of tho contraction In loans
and of the loss in cash; thereforo, the
statement did not balance.
"Tho required reserve against general
deposits was roduced J5.02C.E50. deducting
which from tho loss of cash left $l,217-50
as tho decrease In surplus reserve to
$5,S94.650, the lowest, as above noted, for
"The surplus last week compares with
$6,138,425 at tho corresponding dato last
year Computed upon the basis of depos
its, leas those of $23,399,300 public funds,
tho surplus last week was $14,744,375,
"Lpans wcro contracted $14,789,600, but
n3 thcro was no ovldenco of extensive
3tock-markot liquidation last week, tho
reduction was most likely caused, as
above Btatcd. by such liquidation in tho
previous week, also the cancellation of
loans against tho cash withdrawn for ex
port to Cuba."
New York Metals.
NEW YORK. Nov. 12. All metal mar
kets continued to havo a llrm undertone
today, although tho trading was loss ac
tive. Iron was in particularly strong de
mand. Prices wero nominally unchanged
from yesterday. Tin was qulot; spot, $29.C0
Lead and spelter were firmer.
Tho recent heavy buying of copper by
Europe encouraged holders to look for
further advances, and prices aro firm,
with Lake, $14.0314.37; electrolytic, $14.(0
Jjlt25, and casting, $11.37.
H. F. Williams, tho carpenter, makes
or repairs anything in woodwork. 71 I
South State. Boll 21-K; Iud., 2iU J
j at 35c per pound
l 3 POUNDS FOR $1,00. Is a splendid
coffee. We bellovo Oriental Coffo 1b
3 better than oihor people's 40c. Wo
11 don't clvo any premium with it. don't
oiTor you any Inducement to buy It
only quality, and wo'll back tho quality
against any 40c coffee In the city ox
copt our OT?n. Try Oriental Coffee.
Cook Tea & Coffee Co.
jpno 9Y hhih,"1, j
I NEW P&lYftTE
I WIRE SERVICE I
I JA5, A. POLLOCK & CO. j
I Bankers and Brokers, fi
6 W. Second South St. I
Salt Lake City, I
n Orders Promptly Executed In H
E Stocks, Bonds, Cotton, Grain and
B Provisions Prlvato leased Wires H
F with LOGAN Si. BRYAN, Corre-
spondontH, Mombors New York H
g Stock Exchange 2ow Y'ork Cot- m
t ton Exchange Boston Stock Ex- H
j change, Chicago Board of Trado. m
Wc hnndlo all prominent Utah H
I Mining and Commercial Stocks. Jj
I New Book Bargains j
I -75 CENTS EACH j
I Tho Gadfly Voynlch J
if Shadowlngs Lafcadlo Hearn fS
i, Sixty Jano John LuOior Long 1
No Hero Horn ung
p Ono of tho Pilgrims. .Anna Fuller
p King's End Alice Brown y.
5 When Knighthood Was In Flower l
Tho Touchstone... Edith Wharton ?
5 Red Blood and Blue Robertson
' Tho Mississippi Bubble .. ..Hough
5 Tho Master Christian Corrclll ?
:S Tho Right of Way .. . Parker
Katherlne Frcnsham i
Beatrice Harr-iden "
The Silent Maid Pangborn
$ His Grace of Osmonde... Pumntt
a Within tho Gales ,...E. S Pholpa
A Tho Striking Hours .... Phllpotls !l
J- Jack Raymond Voynioh 5
i David I-Iyrum Westcott 2
j nnU K
I HUNDREDS OF OTHERS.
Sco our Bargains at CO cents, B
Pick-ups for holiday gifts 5
1 A. R Derge & Co.
164 Main St.
Tho only way to demonatrato tho valuo
Is to try them Ask your grocer for a
package and insist on Peery Bros.' Wheat
I (Utah's Best Flour
? A Trial Order Solicited.
I YOGELEU SEED & PRODUCE CO. g
CHICAGO, Nov. 12. Cattle Receipts.
300; steady, good to prime steers, $6.0037.00;
poor .to medium. $3.6035.75, stockers and
feeders. $2 6034.10; cows. $1,763-1.60; heif
ers. $1.75ti5 40; canners, $1255.40: bulls,
$2.1034.75. calves, $3.5037.00; Western
steers, $3.0035.15. Hogs Receipts toda,
16,000; Monday, 10.000; market Gc lower;
mixed and butchers, $I.S036.10; good to
choice heavy. $5 0035.07',. rough heavv,
S4.7034.S0; light. $4.S035.00; bulk of sales,
$4.S534 03. Sheep Receipts. 3000; .sheep,
steady; lambu, lower; good to choice weth
ers, $1.3534.75; fair to choice mixed, $3,503)
4 25; Western shcop, $3.2534.IC; natlvo
lambs, $4.256.25; Western lambs, $4.50
ST. JOSEPH. Nov. 12 J-Cattle Receipts,
500; nominally steady.
Hogs Receipts, SIOO; market 10ffl5o
lower; light, $4.C034-S5; medium and
Sheep Receipts, 1400; market 10c higher;
KANSAS CITY. Nov. 12. Cattle Ro
celpts, 600. Market steady. Native stcors.
$3.7536.50: natlvo cows and heifers, $1 G03
4.00: stockers and feeders. $2.251.25: bulls,
$1.75'33.50; calves, $2,60-3G.CO; Western
steers, $3.0034 75; Western cowb, $1,503)
Hogs Receipts, COCO; market 5310 cents
lower. Bulk of sales. $1.7535.00: heavy.
$4.953 6.05: naokors, $4.8536.00; plgS and
Shcop Receipts (none). Steady.
SOUTH OMAHA, Nov. 12.-Cattlo-Rc-ccipts,
400: market unchanged; natlvo
steers, $l.t36.25: cowo and heifers, $2.5031
3.S5; Western steers, $2.903185; Texas
stoors. $2.7533.75; cows and rango heifers.
$2.5033.85; ennnora, $1.7532.75; stockurs and
fc-odcrs, $2.2534 00; calves, $2.5035.60; bulls,
slags, etc.. $1.7Gft'3.S5. Hogs Receipts, D5CO;
market 10c lower; heavy, $1,7734.00;
mixed. $ 1.7734, S2H; light. $4 4534.S7V4;
pigs, $4.2531-75; bulk of aalos, $1.77'34.S2,.
St. Louis "Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 12. Wool firm; modi-,
um grades combing and clothing, 20S2.Sc:
light fine. 16321c; heavy flno, 12317c; tub
Via Oregon Short Line.
St. Louis and return $42.50
Chicago and return 47.50
Chicago and return via St. Loula.. 47.50
St. Louis and return via Chicago .. 4S.75
Through Pullman sleepers via Union
Pacific and Wabash linos.
Tickets on sale Tucsdaya and Fridays
each week. See agents for particulars.
City Ticket Ofllco 201 Main St.
Royal Bread Is pure, every loaf bears
oar label with the crown. At all
grocers and finrt-claea restaurants.
PEOBATE AND GUAEDIAUSHIP
Conault County Clerk r respective
e!jni;rB for lUrthcr inrormatlon.
IN THE DISTR1C1 COURT. PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah1. In tho matter of tho
estate of James William Ashman, de
Tho petition of Mary Ann Ashman,
praying for the Issuance to horaolf ot let
ters of administration In tho estato of
James William Ashman, deceased, has
been set for hearing on Friday, tho 13th
day of November, A. D. 1604. at 10 o'clock
a. m., at tho county courthouse. In tho
courtroom of said court, in Salt Lako
City. Salt Lako county, Utah.
Wltneas the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thorcof affixed, this 7th day of
xsovombcr, A. D. 1904.
rSeal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT CQURT. PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, Stato o.f Utah. In tho matter of tho
estate of Thomas Cott Griggs, deceased.
The petition cf Robert A. Urc and
Thoma3 Hull, administrators of the estato
of Thomas Cott Griggs, doceascd, for con
firmation of the salo of tho followlng-do-ocrlbcd
real estato of said decedent, to
wit: Commencing at a point forty (40)
feet north of the southeast corner of lot
eight (S), block forty-nine (49). plat "C,"
Salt Lako City survey, and running thenco
west seven and one-half (7) rods; thence
south forty (10) foot; thence west two and
ono-half (2Vi) rods; thonco north nlnoty
four (91) feet ten and one-half (lOHs),
Inches; thenco east ten (10) rods; thence
south fifty-four (6-1) feet ten nnd one-half
O0&) Inches to the place of beginning, sltr
uated In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah, for tho sum of $1SOO.OO;
and upon tho following terms, to wit:
.Cash upon confirmation, as appears from
the return of sale filed In this court, has
becn set for hearing on Friday, the ISth
day of November, A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock
a. m., at tho county courthouse, in tho
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lake
City. Salt Lako county. Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of sftld court with
the seal thorcof affixed, this 3rd day of
November, A. D. 1901.
rSeal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork.
G. H. Backman, Attorney Xor Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate Division, In and for Salt Lake Coun
ty, Stato of Utah, In tho matter of tho
estate of Ellen H. Mulr, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of J. D. Mulr, administrator
of tho estato of Ellen H. Mulr, deceased,
praying for an order of salo of real prop
erty of said decedent, and that all persons
lntcrosted appear beforo tho said Court
to show causo why an order should not
bo granted to soli as much as shall bo
necessary, of the following' described roal
estato of said deceased, to-wlt: From tho
placo of beginning which boars S. 14 de
grees 32S minutes W. 663.2 feet from tho
southwest corner of section twenty-ono
(21) T. 1 S R. 1 E. Salt Lako Meridian,
thenco south SO degrees 49 minutes E. 4iu
feet, thenco south 0 degrees 11 minutes
W. 375.7 feet, thenco north 69 degrees 49
minutes W. 493.3 feet, thenco north 15 .de
grees 37 minutes W. 2S1.C foot along tho
County road, thence north 0 degrees 23
minutes W. 101 1 feet, thenco south S3
degrees 49 minutes B. 95 feet to tho plaeo
of beginning, containing 4.669 acres.
Also part of lot eleven (11) block twenty
seven (27) ten-acro plat "A" Big Field
survey, beginning at the southeast cor
ner of lot eleven (11) and running thenco
north ono hundred and fifty-three (153)
feet, thenco west to east side of County
road as now located and traveled; thonco
southeasterly on the enst sldo of said road
to the placo of beginning, has bpen sot
for hearing on Friday tho 25th day of
November. A. D. 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m.
at tho County Court House, in the Court
Room of said Court, in Salt Lako City.
Salt Lako County, Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said Court, with
the seal thereof affixed this 10th day of
November, A. D. 1904.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES, CLERIC
By DavH B Davles, Doputy Clerk.
W. R. Hutchinson, attorney for estato.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bato division, In and for Salt Lako
county, State of Utah.
In tho matter of tho estato of Henry
D. McDonell, deceased. Notice
Tho petition of John D. McDonell,
praying for the Issuance to himself of
lotters of administration in tho estato of
Henry D. McDonell. deceased, has beon
set for hoarlng on Friday, tho 25th day
of November, A. D. 1COI, at 10 o'clock a.
m , at tho county courthouse. In tho
courtroom of said court, In Salt Lako
City Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court with
the soal thereof affixed, this 12th day
of November, A. D. 1904.
(Seal ) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Doputy Clerk.
C Stanloy Price, Attorney. cS61
ASSESSMENT NO. 7.
Old Evergreen Mining and Tunnel com-
any. Big Cottonwsad Mining District,
alt Lake county, Utah. Principal placo
of business Salt Lake City. Utah.
Notlco ls hereby given that at a meet
ing cf the board of directors of the Old
Evergreen Mining and Tunnel company,
a corporation, held at the offlco of the
company, at Salt Lako City. Utah. Mon
day, the 24th day of October. 1901. an
assessment of 3 cents per share was lovlod
upon tho capital stock of the corporation,
payable Immediately to H. G. McMillan,
secretary and treasurer of tho company,
at his offlco. No. 161 South Main street.
Salt Lake City, Utah. Any stock upon
which said assessment may be unpaid on
tho 2lth day of November, 1901, will bo
dollnqucnt and advertised for salo at pub
lic uuctlon, and unless payment Is made
before will bo sold at my office on the
24th day of December, 1904. at 12 o'clock
noon, to pay delinquent assessment, to
gether with tho cost of advertising and
expenso of sale.
(Seal.) HENRY G. McMILLAN.
No. 161 South Main street, Salt Lako
City. Utah. October 24, 1904. b2160
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for tho district of Utah. In
the matter of Eugene C. Thompson, volun
tary bankrupt. In bankruptcy No. 7-10.
To the creditors of Eugene C. Thompson
of Salt Lako City. Utah. In tho county of
Snlt Lako and district aforesaid, bankrupt
Notice ls hereby given that on tho 3rd
day of September. 1WM, the said Eugono C.
Thompson was duly adjudicated bankrupt,
and that tho first meeting of his creditors
will bo held at my office. 74 Commercial
block. Salt Lake Ctty, on tho 23rd day of
November, A, D. 1901, at 10 o'clock In tho
forenoon, at which tlmo tho said creditors
may attend, prove their clalniH, appoint a
trustee, examlno tho bankrupt and trans
act such othor business as may properly
como beforo said meeting.
Refcrco In Bankruptcy,
Salt Lake City, Utah. Nov. 11. 1904. c785
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
United States for the district of Utah. In
the matter of Keo &. West, voluntary
bankrupts. In bankruptcy No 741.
To tho creditors of Keo & West, and
Harry A. Koo and Frederick F. West of
Bingham, Utah, In tho county of Salt Lako
and district aforesaid, bankrupts.
Notice Is hereby glvon that on tho Sth
day of November, A. D. 1901, tho said Keo
& West were duly adjudicated bankrupts,
and that tho first meeting of their credit
ors will bo hold at ray offlco, 74 Commer
cial block. Salt Lako City, on tho 22nd day
of November, A. D. 1904, ut 10 o'clock In
the forenoon, at which time tho said cred
itors may atlond, prove their claims, ap
point a trustee, examlno tho bankrupt and
transact such other business as may prop
erly como bofore said meotlng.
Referee In Bankruptcy,
Salt Lako City. Utah, Nov. 11, 1904.
IJ. W. CUEE.TE, B
70 W. 3rd South, Salt Lako City.
PBOBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP Iffi- )
Consult County Clerk or tha tesDectlv I 2&!',
slgncra for furtiw Information. ISP v J jl
. IN , THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- i ISP' 4' ,
bate division, In nnd for Salt Lako coun- fLfu
ty, Stato of Utah. WkWti 1 fl
In the matter of the estate of Isabella i8' t . jH
Downing, deceased. Notlco. BJ' JL 1 IH
Tho petition of James Andcrnon, the ex- BIH . b
ecutor of the estate of Isabella Downing, f ?H F ll
deceased, for confirmation of the salo of Si- .' ,Kfl
the following described real estato of ; t "
said decedent, to wit: Commencing at j j 21 1 I- il
tho southeast corner of lot eight, block j I P7.' '
33, plat "A," Salt Lako City survey, and j li-O , 1 'M
running thenco north 2V6 rods; thenco ' I K ; ) IH
west 10 rods, thence south 2& rods; thenco 1 lip '
cast 10 rods to placn of beginning, sit-' HUi'' ,
uated in Salt Lako City and county. Stato , BJj 1' jH
of Utah, for the sum of $1200.00, ami 1 hu (-' i HHHH
upon the following terms, to wit: Cosh, Bmi
lawful monoy of tho United States, in , ! ,' 1
hand paid, as appears from tho return I it
of sale, filed In this court, has boon set P If 1 '
for hearing on Monday, the 21st day of j i 1 (H
November, A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clook a. m 1 J M
at the county courthouse. In the court- : J my
room of said court, in Salt Lako Cltv, Ik,'- I'
Salt Lake countv. Utah. J , , tM
Witness tho clerk of snld court, with 1 fh lH
tho seal thereof affixed, this 9th day of i I
November, A. D. 1904. I v,
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. , HW" k IH
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. tw '
Marshall & Royle. Attorneys for Poll-I Jm ! il
tioncr. c323 ' ft '
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT 1 i . , !
court, in and for Salt Laka county, Stato I . IU ,
of Utah. Department No. 1. Il'l, 1
In the matter of tho estato of John E. ; JStiV
James, deceased, Notice. n,
The petition of James L, Jamos and ji '' I
Nils M. Lundbcrg, uraylng for tho ad- IIL IH
mission to probate of a certain doaumcnt, IfW
purporting to be tho last will and testa- jijl' j
mont of John E. James, deceased, and for (ji. ,
tho granting of lottors testamentary to 4 ,
themselves, has becn sot for hearing 011 'M ,
Friday, tho ISth day of November, A. D. . '
1501, at 10 o'clock a, m ut tho county y ll
courthouse. In tho courtroom of said court. jili
In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county, Utah. it1
Witness tho clerk of said court, with fit!
the eoal thereof affixed, this Eth day of J, ,
November, A. D. 1901. r lH
(Soal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk. llf'-' JM
David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. Li'', IH
C. M. Nielsen, Attorney for Pfttltlonors. ft 1 IH
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- ill
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun- IH
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of tho j;;
estato of Anna Sophia Llndqulst, 'de- Il
ceased. Notice. ,i; IH
The petition of Alexander Llndqulst, ad- it!
ralnlstrntor of the estate of Anna Sophia 1 )('
Llndqulst deceased, for confirmation of I rM 1
tho sale of tho following-described real I '
estate of aald decedent to wit; Part of 11 IH
lot 2, block 5L plat "C." Salt Lako City If
survey, commonclng nt a point 2 rods oast
and 1 rod south of the northwest corner -. fl
of said lot, thence east 8 rods; thenco
south 2 rods; thenco west P rods to the1 Ij .1
east line of Jeremy street; thence north 2 hi 1
rods to the place of beginning, situated in I : ri ' IH
Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county, Stato I ' JM
of Utah, for the sum of $651.00; and upon 1 I ;ij 1
tho following terms, to wit: Cash upon j I jV'
confirmation, no appears from tho return I Hril'
of sale, filed In this court, has becn set j V.J
for hearing on Friday, the ISth day of . 9 1, IH
November. A. D. 190-1. at 10 o'clock a. m., ;
at the county courthouse, in the court- ti
room of said court. In Salt Lake City, l ; M
Salt Lalcc county. Utah.
Witness tho Clerk of said court with 1 1
the seal thereof affixed, this 3rd day of K ,' !
November. A. D. 1904. ffl
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. I i!
By David B. Davles, Doputy Clerk. i jj, fM
G H. Backman, Attorney for Estate. H !'
NOTICE TO VTATEE USEES. I
State Engineer's Offlco. Salt Lako City, ' 1 If,
Utah, October 15, 1901. I I IH
Notice Is hereby given that tho Contl-i ll M: JH
ncntal Mines and Smelling Corporation.! Hbr
by its manager. Henry M. Crowthcr. j u)
whoso postofilce address Is 409 Dooly I ;;
Block. Salt Lako City. Utah, has made1 Ja-
application In accordance with tho ro-; I ' 1
qulrcmcnts of Chapter 100 of tho Session j '
Laws of Utah, 1903, to appropriate twon-I J ) H
ty (10) second-feet of tho water flowing; 5 f,
In Little Cottonwood creek, Salt Lako' ';'
county. Utah. Said water to bo dlvortcd, I V
from the main stream at a point about 1 I 1 1
nvo thousand elsht hundred (5S00) foet' 41 ,
above tho intake ot tho Columbus Consol-' -l
ldated Mining company's plpo lino, from .
where tho water will bo convoyed through ) tM
a flume and plpo for a dlstanco of about1 ,. VM
1000 tct and thoro bo used for tho do-! IH
vclopmont of power, whlcL Is to bo used I j Li ll
for propelling machlnory at tho Conti- Vi
ncntal Alta Mill in the Littlo Cotton- y!
wood mining district After having beon fh ,
o diverted and us .'he water will be' (ill HH
-- to tho DV-rral channel of Lit- j.f.
tie oti.oi.'ood crpek at a point about,
cffO foot abovo tho lutako of tho Colum-i (1
bus Consolidated company's powor plant" IV H
PAU protests against the granting of said j) V
application, suiting tho reasons thorofor'; i jfl JH
must bo mado by affidavit and fllod ldl ! ,
this ofrtce within thirty (30) days after! (j,
tho complotion of tho publication of this' 151
noUce. A. F. DOREMUS, W.
noU State Engineer. ' ! , TM
Dato of first publication, Oct. IS, dat " ; ' ' IH
of completion of publication. Nov. 17. j jjjjH
To tho stockholders of tho Star Con-! I (.
solldated Mining company , l,.
Tho Star Consolidated Mining company, f.
having acquired from Milan, Packard! iiil
100.000 shares of the capital stock of said. C ill
company, all registered stockholders of J ji.; .
said company aro hereby allowed to pur-- I j f vm
chase pro rata, the stock held by each, I I,
to said 100.000 shares at 16c per share, cost B' 1 '
prloe, on or before December 7. 1904, by' 1.!,' fM
applying to the secretary of tho com- HW," YM
pany room 432, Atlas block, Salt Lake Hi!,.,
City. This offer applies only to pre-1 iji , BH
cut outstanding stock or transferred out-, B '
standing stock which has not participated- D ' H
In offer to purchase. All stock so pur- i..'' 'J
chased to bo delivered to purchaser by !
tho company on or about December 22,
1904. but payment therefor made prior to MP ,
December 7. 1901. Holders of 3tock dei
siring to particlpato in purchase must Eji H
present certificates to socrotary at tlm H f ' J
of payment to bo etamped. U
By order of the board of directors.
Salt Lako City. October 21. 1901. HV.
. H G. JfcMILLAN, President Bfl-f HafJ
W. H. Farnsworth. c"-"tary. b216 Rij.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. fflj jH
The Salt Lako Route Exploration com-, 1 ;
pany. Principal placo of business, Salt1 ii'.' I BVfl
Lako City, Utah. Location of mines, Lin- ' ' '
coin county, Nevada. I ,j,
Notice Is hereby given that, at a meet- Bji;
ins of the board of directors of tho Salt. I !
Lake Route Exploration company, held '
on the 5th day of November, 1901. assess- I'l 1. (H
ment No. 1, of ono dollar ($1.00) per share,1 ;' '
v;ae levied upon tho capital stock of th u. ,
corporation, payablo Immediately to the' VI'
secretary of tho compan, nt his office.
No. 161 South Main street, Salt Lake City,' I.Ji '
UAny stock upon which this assessment. fl,
may remain unpaid on Friday, Dccemborf ;
9th 1904, will be delinquent nnd ndvrtr- , i'i
Used for sale at public auction, and, un-, I;'
less paymont Is made before, will bo sold '
on'Tuesday. December 27th, at 12 o'clock I
noon, at the secretary's ofllco. to payi
the delinquent assessment, togother with
tho C03t of advertising and oxpenses of ,
Bale J. OBERNDORFER, Socrctary. IH
Dated November 5th. 1904. c4S5 i,1 ItBH
Notice of Assessment No. 11. V1 yk
Tho Silver Shield Mlnlnc und Milling! j;'- BVA
company, principal place of business, Salt )'
Lake City, Utah. Notlco la hereby given 5; j lH
that at a mooting of tho board of dlroct- ij,. J
ors of tho abovo named company, hold l- IBBBI
on tho ISth day of October, 1904, assoss- r
ment No. 11 of 1'.4 .-ents per sharo waa f (J
levied on tho cap1 ml stock of tho cor- j ' H
poratlon outstanding, payablo Immediate- , ;. '.
ly to E. H. Mead, assistant socretary. at j
514 McCornlck building. Salt Lako City. iU 1
Utah Any stock upon which this assess- I
incnt may remain unpnld on Wednesday. i '
November 21st. 1904. will bo delinquent JJ." JH
and advertised for oalo at public auo- J
tlon. and unless payment Is mado before, I. . ,
will bo sold on Thursday. Doc. Sth, 1904, ..
at 10 a. m., at the offlco of tho assistant, ly j
.secretary.' 514 McCornlck building, Salt, 1':!'
Tiko City, Utah, to pay tho delln-.' .hu )
quont assessment, together with cost of , ( iBBB
advertising and cxtiiso of sale. V ; '
E II. MEAD, Assistant Socrotary. ' ' ( BV
C14 MoComlck building, Salt Lako Cltyj J