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M6DVDAVM01WING, NOVEMBER 13, 100. XJtlE ,SAT,T LAKE T&tBITNl. "PAGE THIETEES; :'
3iy Increase of
Trade Since Oct, L
5jern Money Is Said to
I ifie Loosening Up Ap
Ircial Stocks Havo Advanced
Besult of the Political Set
tlsaient on Tuesday,
fcylaejs was tho best last week
l;"Lnko merchants have known
ivilnz an cloctlon wee!:. This
"cntral verdict. Trado was com-j-
heavy throushout the entire
;tkh closed with nn unusually
jtcrdav trade. There Is nothing
ic about trado conditions there
a steady increase since October
D.-J; tlio slight interruption Incl-fl-ctlon.
and the more heated
of the campaign.
xe. healthy conditions prevail in
!nc trade except that the effects
Action havo been even less no
than in retail trade. Said the
of one prominent wholesale gro
Good Year for Grocers,
ntlcipitcd a lighter business this
account of the Presidential clec
J for that reason started tho
h one less salesman than we em
ut vear But wo huve done a
aitafss this year with six salcs
a we did last year wllfi seven,
has come to us this year where
r wc wen compelled to go after
w longer take the long-time bus
it formerly wo were glad to get.
Closer collections nre made and there is
more 'snap' to business generally."
Money Is Looser.
While local conditions. In the way of
good crops, good prices, activity in mi
ning and railroad building, aro sufficient
ly strong to insure an uniiHuallv good
business year, there aro evidences that
tho situation Is to bo further strength
ened by better times In the East. With
tho election out of the way. Eastern
money Is loosening up appreciably, and
an unusual demand for Western Invest
ments seems Inevitable.
Real estate continues quiet but firm,
with a healthy demand for inside in
An upward movement in local com
mercial stocks was noted almost Imme
diately following tho election. Utah
Sugar common advanced from J3.W, tho
prico of the week before, to J1.23.-at which
flguro several sales wero made. Idaho
Sugar was $11 bid, with no offerings, and
Fremont county stood at JlO.Tt", The
Commercial Stock List.
Dcseret National bank $277.00
Z. C. M. I JC1.50
Homo Fire Insurance Co 141.00
Utah Sugar Co . preferred 9.S6
State Bank of Utah 143.00
Deserct Savings bank 203.00
'Jon'a Savings Bank & Trust Co.. 145.00
Utah National brink 105.00
Frovo Commercial & Savings bank.. 133.00
Lehl Commercial & Savings bank.. 103.00
Thatcher Bros. Banking Co., Logan 115.00
First National bank. Ogden. 210.00
Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Co. 83.00
Davis County bank, Farmlngton... 110.00
Ogden vSavlngs bank 143.00
Consolidated Wagon & Machlno Co.,
Fremont County Sugar Co 10.75
Amalgamated Sugar Co., pfd M.00
Idaho Sugar Co ,11.00
Lewiston Sugar Co 10.00
Barnes Banking Co 125.00
Church bonds ..102
Consolidated R. & P. Co P0
Salt Lake City railroad 102
Sumpter Valley railroad 102
Utah Co. Light. & Power Co 102
Local bank clearings of the wook, com
pared by days with the record of the
corresponding week of 1903:
November 7 ? r.fl.S77.C3 S C32.9D2.5i
November 8 M9,C32.Co S3G.-tCl.C0
November !) '15,037.30 503,01 G3
November 10 579,107 10 553,271. 97
November 11 -120,017.05 S25.7SS.CC
November 12 -l&G.ieo.lS 596.CSI.00
. Totals .' 53.1C5.791.C3 $3,030,278.40
CLUB IS NOT PLEASELD.
Hespouse of Railroads Unsatisfactory
to Commercial Body.
The Commercial club committee on
railways and transportation will meet nt
S p. m. Monday night to consider tho
freight situation in its various phases.
Prominent member s of tho club no longer
attempt to conceal tho fact that tho club
is by no means pleased with tho response
that has been mado to the demands for
a readjustment of tariffs that would be
cquitablo to Salt Lake City's Jobbing in
terests, and it is possible that a new and
moro vigorous policy may be adopted in
treating the subject.
HEAL ESTATE TRANSFERS.
Emily Patcrson to William 11. Sil
cock, 10x18 2-3 rods In the south
west quarter of section 33, town
ship 3 south, range 1 west 5 450
Anna Nelson to Henry J. Hess, lots
22 and 23, block 1. Ehrlchs subdi
John Allen to Ola Nilson, 9x9 rods
in section 31, township 2 south,
rango 1 east 100
Thomas A. Ncwbold to Orson Now
bold, 10 acres In section '22, town
ship 3 south, range 1 west 125
Eugenia Palmer et al. to George
Williams., lC3x41i feet southeast
from 5 rods cast of the northwest
corner of lot C, 'block 41, plat A... 1
Wlllard Bell to James L. Bell. 117x75
feet in lot S, block 4, five-acre plat
B. B. Blrkinshaw to John Wright.
WPix33 feet in lot 7. block 26, plat
Paulino R. Doreinus to Henry New
ell, ISx74.9 feet northwest from
the southeast corner of lot 1.
block 51. plat A 20,012
J. W. Edmunds to Sam H. Allen,
93xlC5 feet northeast from tho
southwest corner of lot 3, block
57, plat D 4.300
W. Y. Croxall to Jennio B. Schank. .
10x2 rods northwest from 7 rods
west of the southeast corner of
lot 3. block 3. plat I l.GCO
Jano G. Bradford to William Brad
ford et al., 45 acres, parts of sec
tions 7 and S, township 2 south,
rango 1 east 1
Salt Lako county to George Ruek
crt. lots 1 and 7 to 12, block 1.
Brighton addition " . 21
Ephralm Gcrrard to Thomas Cook,
10 acres In the southwest quarter
of section 2. township 2 south,
rango l west -ISO
Pauline R. Dorcmua to Henry New
ell, lot 1. block 51. plat A 1
Deaver Savings and Investment
company to D. Moore Lindsay,
part of Popperton place, reserved. 1
Frederick Woolton to James BrlK
housc. part of section 17, township
2 south, range 1 cast 25
J. W. Ross Is about to build a $3000
modern residence on Fifth South street,
between Eleventh and Twelfth East
streets. The plans are being drawn by
Ware & Treganza.
Attorney F. S. Richards loft last nisht
for Preston, Ida., where, as tho repre
sentative of the Utah Arid Land Reclama
tion Fund commission, ho will explain to
a meeting of southern Idaho farmers the
details of tho new water-users' organi
zation which is to take advantage of tho
Government's proposed Irrigation project
for southern Idaho and northern Utah.
Johr Wright has purchased from tho
Rcavls real estate department a lot cn
j .CLOTHES TO FIT THE MAN) I
sipaapi RATHER. THAN THE MAN f 'M
m4 TO FIT THE CLOTHES . . . j f I
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Many custom tailors (perhaps jours) seem to put the blame "for misfits on your kinks rather I : Ik- 1
ipj j than on their clumsiness. Our Stein-Bloch Smart Clothes are "custom-tailored to fit any size." 1: i ' !
' ''ffijti Ji That, and the fact Ihey are considerably better' than most of the retail tailored clothes one sees on 1, ,
I 7. , men these days, are the chief points of difference between them and ordinary clothes. You had 1'' W'' ,. j
I ' BD r-F ! 'il better try on a suit or an overcoat.before you consult your tailor this fall. It will mean money 1 jlllj'1 "
I L ' I n yUT Pocct and satisfaction in your mind. You must come in and see how true all this is li W i
i'S ' 0U aTe een reading. Come in and see ithesc clothes, whether you are ready to buy or not. ' R j ' j j
I i? ' U Ask to see our Welton Hals; the best 3.00 Stein-Bloch Suits and Overcoats 15.00 to ! .
1 j , hat values in the West. 35.00. : F I
' vJ' Look at the Winter Weight Underwear that Other makes Suits and 'Overcoats 10.00 to I - k I
'I ilPll vve are selling at 2.50 per suit. . 15.00. , 1 V
j 0? Let us show you the best values in 2sTeckwear ever offered at 50 cents. ! .! . f
I ' "'220 MAIN STEET. ' j I
I Soventh East strcot, between Fifth and
Sixth South, on which ho will build a
Frederick E. Klelnschmldt has pur
chased from Mary C. Hansen a beautiful
six-room home on Third street between R
and S. the consideration being $32E0. The
deal was made through Llltlo & Little.
Big Body of Low-Grado Ore.
Special to Tho Tribune.
American fork. Nov. 12. it was
said here today that tho Pittsburg mine
in American Fork canyon had struck an
Immense bodv of low-grado ore. It is
tho Intention of tho operators to build a
mill near their property.
o e n
Charles E. Earl of this place re
turned homo Thursday from an Eastern
trip. Mr. Earl visited his homo in Wis
consin, the Worlds fair at St. Lous,
and places of Interest In Chicago and
Misses Priel Gardner, Bertha Wright,
Emma Greenwood, Joslo Greenwood, Ma
rie Proctor and Reed Gardner of Ameri
can Fork, who aro attending tho Provo
1 bihi j. 'imhv..tfiHX-iwFJv'.vjfi:
I Brlgham Young university, decided . to
walk home, a distance or fifteen miles.
They started at 1 o'clock yesterday and
arrived at 4:20.
Miss May Mill left here today for her
home In Salt Lake.
The American Fork district sphools will
givo nn entertainment for the parents on
November 15. .
W. W. Green of this place, who died
in Calgary, Canada, was burled in Ma
i grath. Canada, tho laws of that place
not permitting the shipping of his body fi, I 1
hero for burial. ijr fH
Karl Dlckerson of this place was taken ip 1
to St. Mark's hospital today, to undergo L 1
another operation ! jH
Georgo and Francis Tyng shipped their HI i
eighth car of ore from here today. U jH
Sick hcadaclie results from a disor- lv J
dered stomach and is quickly cured by By u
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Tab- Mr-S, ' jH
lets. For sale by all leading druggists. n' liiS
n i i ii i i i i 1 1 i i ii in i mi i lx! HH
PW'''t 8 So it's but proper that we should have seasonable news for you. We thought of what your Thanksgiv- 7n sSfl IH
"IB! m Wl t-SSySK V i wants might be months and months ago, so you'll find here this year the most pleasing, newest, J) 4q FpAfi, Wv j
il' mMwMMW n brightest and complete showing of things for the dining room it has ever been your pleasure to choose J j j S iil
! I v WW&&W& from. There isn't a thing we have overlooked anything you may want to add to the cheer and at- J gW. S SB 8 U
ISl Lm-:-.rrJUW& tractiveness of this room Is here and ready for you. lir.r.TyHhfRiFWn-wTOHgii. i n Mun? m irrr3 S k
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iKl ' "'V' f six glasses to mutch. This set is one of the neatest wo havo evcr . Wj fife Hg jj "i
IvS Sfllyi NNr'W' -l-dfiJ132533!15 carried and is worth double what wo are asking. Wo have 100 sets &w W I j'M
M 1 $M W , TStS?? iiWS5s4tw,;!L ony, and wo know that thoy will not last long 4 ML Wr 1 ,! 1 -j iH
g at this price. On Monday W I ' j H
B iMS ' - ' , EXTENSION TABLE, six fect !n -length, strong-, tvoH made, oiled 1 ' j'!
K SfP'i'KiJI tiWLMJljliElMW? finish Your choice of. three styles. Por three day, 1 j.
II! m WPfc0&'r only Prced will sell them for I :'
m lifil Vmm TIUE&B3MY yov,eed Vt" tit m m I
:: fig fecm j J 1301 sc ad one for httl mB K: I u i
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I Mm -mm Saalk days only: W FTF T 1 I' ' H
m mW-M FINING ROOM OHAIRS. strong, Q iot- Dinner Sot F , W W! & IMf M RE 1 P I
j$ ' ' Chair, and a burgain. As a loader !5!r:J51cCi vP !$3&!35 " 1 h
'llD ThU i. . S,DEBOARD- we will cell thorn for- WWEW
A 100-pieco Dinner sot 1 j;
m VoXr Hlr 7r We line and there is nothing bettor in plated ware. I - , H
Ml d"011 nmsh. n atmis 70 inches high, 14 Inches l8M8mk tfcJr ' rT?5 If you want something cheaper we have it in other hnes; also a complete 1 ; .
pftr tu llu,hcs wide, and has a beveled mirror 2Rxic WJ! fix e&e sSaum-0' -avP- wwwy assortment of Steel Knives and Forks. Look this lino overboforo buying. 1 i),;
fl (&cffl&i&Q . LUCILE. It will pay you to do so. 1 ,
IS GOOD. l"HLf II ft 6 I L HE LAHfEl U)H PA W9 Third South Street. J