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n.v MORNING, DECEMBER 22, 1904'. ' . Vulii't
1' t80. TH:B SAXT lake thibuke. , M
ljankers, the Merchants mi the Brokers!
j in laf Volume
! . , pnrd Movement
! ii.-Thc strong up-
T2t of Prices of stocks on
f50 hlch became striking yes
a brief period
r? Tbo move at first
railed Then prices turned
rJ. Sharp declines wore
I4 "considerably larger volume
t tlmc dur,nr the
LccUcM3," L.th ,0 appearance In
S Printed Abstracts of the
SV? VonKloncr of Corpora-?-l!o??o
the supposition that
5 P5J? ws Induced by tho, con
(rat3 Th reCommcndatlon
'rf'H-ffll;Ilccn9Cs to permit cor-
w Sse I" Interstate eom
fi if revive all tho apprehen
th? Snancla! district on this
jfnSSw the publication of the
wbttct"has receded Into tho
Tmirket factor, or seemed
eMr becrt because of the quo
wthorltto throwing doubt
ifolhoad of action by Congress
P th recommendations. This
.ncde yesterday on tho 6cca-
rcSrt which did not interfere
g?Sntt of Uio market on very
Sffiwtfion was also duo to a feel-
Ig&TadwncV The doubt
:d by Fome rather clear evl
jfo' a resumption of pool and
re tactics on the part of prom
j cf the late advanco to thc
jcr which such costly declines
cf that decline has not passed
-osory of the victims and tho
Id mirket r3 undoubtedly still
r u shock to confidence in
drop. There was a suspl
lie movement might be In the
u jdmonlllon against tho In
ttnpt? to extend speculatlvo
:ts anJ force tho level of prices
ojitljus time, and that It was
that view by some of the great
ii financial Interests.
a: of some of the selling: was
okd to convey tho Impression
rations, but whether with tho
c the Interests supposed to
ru left lo the usual suspicious
i ol thc trading public. Tho
day was not very significant
:t much regarded,
bin cf Christmas trade In tho
icti gives warning that tho
ftrable holiday requirements
J have to be estimated with
ti In tho year's Cnd money
Ylih the sailing of thc last
ihkh can reach foreign mar-ralttancc-8
before tho first of
i exchange market went to
Cattencd out to an almost
S3. This Is corroborative of
Jttho outgo of gold has boon
f purDoses of "window dress
;rijn financial Institutions for
J showing of resources'
a of stocks were "not gener
ml of tho day, but the gains
liiy were mostly wiped out
Jriw; tone was easy.
rMieavy. Total sales, par
ales new -Is registered de
i KEt on call
mr -lMHlLouis & Xunl 4s. .103
1WH M Cent is 7cu
IM 'M'i 1st Inc 2SI
P. Kan & Tex 43.100
nt :-nds S3
WlHhn. 5 5 n M con S1
Mu,. N y Ccnt cQn a'ioioou
M?,, )' M J Cent pen 5s.. 135
Es.Va!'' re S L Ior...l04
pt0 "MS Pcnn con 3.3
Hlio? T. ,A nlatTl A L in.. Styt
?.2'Jlh'raclflc " 91
k!? 50X1111 IWIwny Gs 110U
PliLel,UOrli? Un,on Pacific iiiilWli
KL;. yfi Cent 4S 02
l I , CWSLVc STOCK LIST.
IWo Sales, nigh. Low. Close.
Bsi i rw,' ' l'w M 1 83s
i9,.ko kos tisTi ran
fchiil? "" pii 05
1" " a
Ktt;.,-- 3 U 47Vi 47
fjjtsrf " 43V4 -12
... 1S.K0 17114 160 lMVi
fet-ni;; J 1V4 1S2 181
ferr ' ? MIS SO
tl ' ' 23U 2t
Mwil ' f MH M'A MV4
fe : I h
;; ,IM 5tH ti',4 oi
'B&il! ,3S 02?L
i Bnl I, M is 153 isi
'iK?. 1M U 23H
'fx?i . .zoo a 2s avi
fe1 1HH iss 13S;
I,fei r ' I 3a ran
:-By ; "fi 12i 121
'iKJ6 st si" w w C7
'fet7ttis ''IS i6t
'It,,, ' Xf 31?4 MH 30H
.j, 51 81
ES?1"- 1 i 88
f&oSl! "ft 2
.r $ h ' 1
""J. ' SMK Mil
B-r.asg u w M
W ,1.TO sstJ
-f- -t- 4- 4
4- SILVER. "J
Kcw York 61Wo
London .. .'.',.231
-r- LEAD.- .
-f- New York Exchange ?U0g4.7O -f-
-f- New Y'ork Exchange.... J14.50314.75
prsfcrrea , 1.C00 931: , o;
Amcr Cotton Oil 2,300 37 26H 3C?
preferred s 9,7?
Amorlcnn Ico ;.. C00 V, '6 6
preforrcU . ... ,ooo 3S , 37 37
Amur Llnaccd Oil , v ' iru
preferred ' V' '" 37"
Amor Locomotive 7,600 35' 33 3U
preferred 3y) 103 I0"il 102M
Amer Smelt & nefin.. 4,700 S174 80 60
preferred .... 109 U3; U3 1U
Amer Sugar Rofln...... 25.C00 lt3 110 Ht
Annconda Mining Co... 100 IS Mli 3U
Brook rtnpld Transit... 13.300 61M 69 b
Colo Fuel & Iron ....... 7.000 4CH 45 15
Consolidated Gaa 20,100 201U 1WH 195
Corn Products 2, 21 20 20:
preferred 1,700 70 78U 7s
Distillers' Securities.. 300 as 37U 37
Gonernl Klectrlc 100 ISC lfc 1st
Inter Paper ' 2-li "I t
Preferred 200 77 77 77
Inter Pump .....f , t 39
preferred "" &3
Rational Lend 3,100 21 23 23
Nortli American jq,)
PnclfloMnll GOO 43 43 41Vj
Peoplo'H Gas ,.00 107 105 106
Prcesed Steel Car 1,000 33T4 SS Sgij;
proferred 3m 50 90 89
Pullman Palace- Car .. .... 3
Republic Steel &00 ic" 1C
preferred COO 69 GS CSl
Rubber Goods 1,100 4 ja 2CM
proferred t 300 9 1 9 93
Tenn Coal & Iron 7.700 72 C9 70
U S Leather 1,C00 14 13& 14
T Prercrrod 9,300 101 l(yii 101
V, c?ity 80 SO 7S
U S Rubber ... 31i-
preferred , 200 93 93 S3
U S Stool 63.C00 30 2S 23
preferred 112.C00 t'34 91 91
Westtnghouso Electric. 1,100 181 181 ISO1 4
Western Union 400 92 92 9"i
Total sales for tho day S4S.100 shares.
New York Money.
NEW YORK. Dec. 21. Close: Money on
call eteady nt 23 per cent; closing bid,
2. per" cent; offerered at 2a; per cent
Time loans, easy and dull; for slxtv days,
ninety days nntl six months. ittZYi per
cent. Piimo morcantllo paper, -104 per
cent. Sterling exchange weak, with ac
tual business In bankers' bills at S4 S7 5
for demand and J4.S1.70 for sixty days
Posted rates, $-I.S3.G-I.SS; commercial
bills. $1.8414. Bar sliver. 61,c. Mexican
dollars, -ISVic. Government bonds, railroad
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 21. Silver bars,
Clifec; Mexican dollars. 61c.
New York Hetnls.
NEW YORK. Dec. 21. Following yes
terday's sensational decline In tin at Lon
don, today's cables reported a partial recovers-,
spot advancing 15s to 132 5s and
futures. 1, to 130 10s. Locally tho market
was also steadier with spot quoted at
London copper was unchanged at C5
for spot and fi3 Cd for futures. Tho
local market was quiet with tho general
mnge In prices as follows: Lako. $14.S7Ui
(jn5.12'; electrolytic, ?ll.7ot!15.12i and
aistlng 5H.COS-1 1.7'..
Load declined 2s Cd In London with spot
closing 12 10s. The market hero was un
changed, with spot at $4.GOftl.70.
Spelter ruled easier abroad, closing at
21 12s Cd and was unchanged locally at
Glasgow Iron was unchanged at G2a 3d;
Mlddlcsbor advanced to 4Sn 9d. Tho New
York Iron market was unchanged: No
1 fcundrs' Northern, No. 1 foundrs' South
ern and No 1 foundry Southern soft,
$17.251?17.73; No. 2 foundry Northern. S1C.S0
WASHINGTON. Doc. 21. Today's
treasurj' Htatcment sjiows: Available
cash balance. $141,S17,2G2; gold, fS5,37S,33C.
CHICAGO. Dec. 21. Cattle Receipts,
1C.00O, Including 2(0 Westerns; markot 10
15c lilghcr. Good to prime steers, J6 J0
7.00; oor to medium. $3.SwIfG.O0; stockers
and feeders, $2.00B4.20. cows, $1.25i?'4.40.
heifers. S2.0O25.00; canners. 51.25ff2.-I00,'
bulls. $2.0Q4.00; calves, ?3.00&5.75; West
ern steers, $3. 05.00. '
IIogB Receipts. 45,000; tomorrow, 40.
000 Market, 5?T10c lower. Mixed and
butchers, 4.35ftl.G5; good to choice heavy,
4.5T4.70; rough heavy, -l.S0fi-i.-15: light,
$4.2OSM.u0; bulk of sales. $l.-IO?PI.57i.
Sl;coi Receipts. 17.000; sheep and
Iambs. 10fil5c higher. Good to choice
wothors, $4.555.10; fair lo choice mixed,
S3 MvgM.GO; .Western sheep, 3.509;15; na
tive lambs, il.WHfi.'JO; Western lambs,
KANSAS CITY, Dec 21.-Catllc Re
ceipts, 21.000; strong. 10c higher; native
steers. $3.50fiG.50; natlvo cows and heifers,
J1.75S5.00; stockers and feeders. $2.00fi4.10;
bulls, $2.00fi-!.OD; calves. S3.00Qi3 50: West
ern steers, 53.05.0; Western cows. ?1.75S
3.50 Hogs Receipts, 11.000; steady to 5c
lower; bulk of sales. $4,405-1.05; heavy, J4.G0
(5-1.70; packers. fl.50jr-i.C5; pigs and lights,
J37GS-I.45. Sheep Receipts, 3000; stcadv;
muttons, fl.00ir5.25; lambs, f5.00S6.5Ot
rango wethers, J4.2535.50; fed ewes, ?2.75g"
SOUTH OMAHA, Dec. 21.-Cattle Re
ceipts, 1000; market steady; native stcors,
S-l. 2500.00; cows and heifers, J2.50S3.75,
Western steers, J3.0Off4.C0: Texas steers.
$2.7&S3.GT: range cows nnd heifers, ?2.30gi
3.50; canners. J1.50U2.25; stockers and feed
ers. J2.10&115; calves, S2,50fio.50; bulls,
stags, etc., 1 J1.75fi3.50, Hogs Receipts.
11.C00; market 5c lower; heavy. Jl.lOgM.GO;
mixed. 5-l.45fH.50; Jlght. JI.474-1M.524; pigs,
J-l.0OS-l.40; bulk of sales, Jl.45-1.50. Sheep
Receipts, COCO; market strong; Westerns,
JI.75flG.30; wethers. J4.50ff5.C0; ewes. J2.75C
4.35; common and stockers, J2.50iff5.-1Q;
ST. JOSEPH. Dec. 21. Cattle Receipts.
ItOO. Slow and steady. Natives, J3.50S1
5S0: cows and heifers. Jl.75gM.25; stockers
and feeders. J2.G0S3.M.
Hors Receipts, 12,000. Flvo cents low
er; light. fl.35Sp-l.G3; medium and heavy.
'shce'p-Recclpts, 500. Steady; lambs,
St Louis "Wool.
ST. LOUIS, Dec. 21. Wool, steady; me
dium gnidos, combing nnd clothing, 23fp
29c; light fine, l722i,4c; heavy line, 14&'
ISc: tub washed, 2741c.
New York Fruit.
NEW YORK, Dec 21. Tho demand for
evaporated apples is moderately active
for tho moment and prices rulo firm for
desirable- fruits Common aro quoted at
Slr-Q IVic; prime at 4Htff4c; choice, GSfuc.
and faricy at Cc , ....
Prunes aro attracting somo attontlon
with coast advices describing a firm at
tltudo among holders. Spot quotations lo
cally range from 2 to G cents according
to grade, for California fruit, while Oro
gon run as high as 0 cents.
AprIco3 nro without chance, ruling
firm on light offerings with choice quot
ed at 10c; extra choice. lO&SPllc; fancy
at llVff;lGo. , M , , ,
Peaches aro firm at 9c for choice; 10&
S10c for extra choice and llc for
fancj'. ' j
New York Sugar.
NEW YORK, Doc. 21. Sugar Raw.
firm; fair refining, fl.37,; centrifugal,
.M test. J1.S7V5, molasftoa fiugar, lh
Rofi tied Is firm; crushed, J6.3G; powdered,
J5.75, granulated, J5.05. J
Oregon Apples Are
- Brought 1q Utah
Some Fino Specimens From tho Paci
fic Northwest State Come to "Utah
Oregon apples In a carload lot. camo
to .Salt Ijiko yesterday and they will
undoubtedly be pronounced by those who
seo them as tho best apples that have
been seen In Salt Lake In many a day,
rivaling oven tho fine varieties, that aro
Imported from tho East from time to
time. In addition to being firm and per
fect, tlicso apples are of dellcato flavor,
and aro being picked up rapidly' at J1.7G a
box, wholesale A carlbad of lomona was
also brought In yesterday, and are whole
saling at J3 a box. Oranges of nno color
and flavor, In fact tho best yet received,
were Imported yesterday from California
by one of tho wholesalo dcalorB. There
was a carload of them, and thoy aro
wholesaling at J3.25 a box.
Genulno Eastern lobsters, which havo
been strangers to the local markot thus
far this season, came in yestordav also.
They retail at 26 conts a pound, nnd while
they last will bo warm rivals of tho mem
bers of their family who hall from tho
west coast. Crabs aro being received
moro regularly now than for some time,
and most every day dealers have them In
suftlclent quantities to fill the largo de
mand. Wholesalo Quotations.
. Hay, Grain and Straw. Oat Btraw. per
,a c,.: alfalfa. J10.00; timothy, per ton.
baled. J13.50; wheat, per bushel, Mcfijl.10.
corn, per cwt.. Jl.30gl.35, corn, crackod,
J1.3oS?1.40; oats, J1.40, rolled oats, Jl.50iri.C5,
barley, rolled, JL35; flour, bakers' No. 1,
52.30; flour, straight grade, J2.401T2.60;
flour, high patent. J2.GOfJ2.70; rye, J2.60;
graham flour, J2.50O2.70; Cornmcal, J1.70??
2 00; bran. JL00; bran and shorts, 51.10.
Meats. Dressed beef, per pound. 5'fi
Cc; dressed veal, per pound, 7c; dressed
lambs, per pound, 7c. dressed mutton, per
pound, Gfjlc; dressed hogs, 6c; live, J-4.C0
per cwt; mincemeat. SS9,4a
Poultry. Dressed hens, 12c; broilers, per
pound, 13c; turkeys, 22c.
Fruits California grapes. 5200; Utah
apples, per bushel. J1.00; Idaho apples.
Jl 25; Santa Paula lemons, per box. J4 00J?
1.50; bananas, per bunch. J2.25fi3.00; cran
berries. J9.50fil0 00 per barrel; dates, per
pound, STlOc; oranges, J3.00f?3.50 per box.
Sugar. Beet sugar, per 100, J6.10; cano
sugar, J6 50
Vegetables. California, head lottuce, 45c
per dozen; oyster plant, 46c per dozen;
celery, dozen, 50c; parsnips, per cwt.. Jl 25,
green peppers, per pound, 5c; yellow
onions, per 100, $1.50; vcgetablo marrow,
per dozen, GOc; red cabbage, por pound,
2c; sweet potatoes, per cwt.. $2.00; Utah
cabbage, per 100, JL75; potatoes, per cwt.,
P0c; turnips, beets and carrots, per 100,
51.00; green onions, per dozon, 20c; pump
kins, dozen, 51.25; Utah lettuce, 20c; cauli
flower, per pound, 7c.
Dairy Products. Butter, per pound, 2Cc;
cheese, per pound, 12c; eggs, per case,
57.50fiS7G; comb honey, per crate, J2.75;
Sweltzcr cheese, per pound, 18c; llmbur
ger cheese, per pound, lCc; cream brick
cheese, per nound, 17c; Edam cheese, per
Fish Salmon. 13c; mountain trout, 30c;
halibut, 12c; striped bass, per- pound, 15c;
soles, per pound, 9c; flounders, per pound.
Oc; California smelts, per pound, 12c; cat
fish, per pound, 12c; perch, por pound, 10c;
lobsters, per pound. 15c; oysters. New
York counts. J1.C0 per 100; selects. J2.25 per
gallon; Olympics, .J3.00 per gallon; Cro
marty bloaters, per 100. 53.50; codfish, Cfj
9c; smoked salmon. 10ffl2Vic. red fish or
red snapper, 17c; blue fish, 17c; ccrebassc.
25c per dozen; white fish, 15c; pompano,
Meats Primo rib, 174c; porterhouse, 18
20c; pork, lGc; mutton chops, 10fil5c;
legs, 12"c; lamb, 12,S'15c per pound; veal,
12S 20c; veal loaf. 30c.
Poultry. Dressed hens, 15ffl6c; broilers,
17Sl6c; turkeys, 25c; ducks, lSfi20c; roafit
springs. 20c; teal ducks. 30c per pair; mal
Fruits. Utah apples, per peck. 30fi40c;
lemons, per dozen, 25c; oranges, per dozon.
234JC0C; bananas, per dozen. 20fi30c; pears,
threo pounds for 25c; grapes (black), per
basket. SOfiGOc; pomegranates, 15c per
pound; pineapples. 30c and 40c eucn; grape
fruit, per dozen, 75c and up; strawberries
(California), 25c per box.
Vegetables. Now colcry, 5o a bunch;
oystor plant, 5c a bunch; parsnips, 20c a
pock; red cabbage, 5c a pound; sweet .
IMJtatocs, per pound, 3c; cauliflower, 15c
per pound; potatoes, per peck, 20c; cab
bago, per pound, 3c; turnips, 20c per peck;
green onions, 2V4o; carrots, 20c per peck,
beets, 20c per peck; lettuce, 5c; pumpkins,
15c; Hubbard squash. 10Sfl5c; hothouse
lettuce, 5c per bunch; spinach, four
pounds for 25c; California French arti
chokes, 10c each; Utah Brussels sprouts.
10o per pound; green peas, two pounde
for 25c; California, string beans, 15c per
Dairy Products. Butter, por pound, 30c;
cheese. 15c: eggs, per dozen, 30f35c; fancy
cheese, per pound, 25c. comb honey, per
comb. 15c; strained honey, per pound, 15c;
Swiss cheese, per pound. 40c; llmburger
cheese, per pound, GOc; cream brick cheese,
25c; Edam cheese, each. 51.25.
' Fish. Black bass, 35c: salmon, 17;
mountain trout, -We; halibut, 15c; striped
bass, 25c; Mackinaw trout. 20c; codfish,
ir.- rrrli l?Vic: sturecon. 15c: white fish.
20c- mountain herring, lCc; lobster, 17M.-C;
select oysters, COc a quart; barracuda, per
New York Butter.
NEV YORK, Dec. 21. Butter, eggs and
y Chicago Grain.
CHICAGO, Doc, 21 Tho wheat market
at thc opening was somewhat Irregular,
tile May option being a shade higher to
Vic lower at Jl.lWi. to Jl.mifil.ioy,. For
a moment offerings nvero slightly In ex
cess of the demand. Almost immediately,
however, sentiment changed, and It bo
came difficult to get responses to bids.
Tho result was a quick advanco In prices.
Liverpool advices wcro of a boarlsh
tonor. Quotations on future deliveries at
tho time of opening here wcro from Mo
to c lower. Tho apparent reason for
tho dccllno was favorable nows received
thero from Argentine, together with of
ferings of Argontlnc wheut at 3d do
cllno. As an offset to these advices a
locnl commission houao had a cablegram
from a Chicago crop expert now In Ar
gentine, giving a much lesa favorable ac
count of that country's crop.
Tho claim was made by this authority
that with two million moro acres seeded
to wheat this year appearances Indicated
that the total yield would bo somewhat
smaller .than lust year. This was ono
cauflo of the fairly active demand from
commission houses and shorts that de
veloped soon after tho opening.
Later In the session the markot was
further strengthened by a liberal de
crease In primary receipts, arrivals to
day being only about half as compared
with thoso of, the corresponding day a
Thc superior strength of tho December
option, as evidenced by an advnnco of
over 2 cento, gave Indication of tho cash
wheat hero being In strong hads, nnd
also of there being some outstanding
shorts in this month's dollvcry. Shortly
before the close May roached tho highest
point of tho day at 51.12, Tho market
closed strong, with May lVtc higher at
Thu corn market wa3 strong, partly In
sympathy with -ateeat. Kay closed g
higher at 45&c.
Strength of. whc GEg) CCD (TS
main cause of a Arm oats market. May
closed WQ'iC up at 31SS31Vftc.
Provisions were weaker as a rosult of
a light run of hogs at the-yards. At tho
c oop Mav pork closed 2Vic, lard was a
shade lower and ribs wero down 2Vt55c.
RANGE OF LEADING FUTURES.
Articled. 'Open High. Low. Close.
Whont, No. 2
December l.u 1.13 1 11 1 13
My 1-10 1.12 1.10 1.11
July . SS 9SJ4 98 9S
Oata. No, 2
December 43 47 45. 40
1" 4J 45 45
July ...ft, 5,; iSt- 45
Corn, No. 2
December 29 291; 29 29
My 31 " 31 31 31
J"b 31 31 31 31
Mom pork, per barrel
J,lnUQry 12.67 12.60 12.57 12.57
Mn' 12.50 12.93 12.S7 12 92
Lard, por 100 pound
January c S3 C.90 C.85 C.90
ila' 7.12 7.15 7.10 7 16
Short rlbB, por 100 pound?
January 6.45 6.47 CIS 6.47
iIar 6,75 6.75 C 72 C.75
Cash nuotntlona wore as follows: Flour,
barely utcady; No. 2 spring wheat. Jl.0Sfll.15,
No. 3. 9SC-3I1.12; No. 2 red. J1.13S1.16. No. 2
corn. 4647o; No. 2 yellow. I6c; No. 2
Jow.oats. 30c; No. 2 whlto. 31T31c; No. 3
whltf. 2330o; No, 2 ryo, 3o, Kood feeding
barloy, 37033c ! fair to cholco ninltlnp, lllSo-I)0-,1
floxfleod. U.ia; No. 1 northwestern.'
51.23; prlmo timothy need, 52.72, meis pork
per barrel, IU.30Sll.4S; lard, per 100 Ibu . 53.SE
ahort ribs eldee, loose. JG.2J4J6.C0; short clear
sides. Injkc1.'5C.62S6 73; whisky, on basis of
high wines, 61. 2t. clover, contract crudo, $12 75.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS,
f,tIClK7 Recolpta.Shlpmonts. -
Wheal hn " 2'600 "
S' u 373.900 3O3.S0
?,"'"' hu S1.W) W.2CO
On the produco exchango today tho buttor
mri$cr' wa3 "V"1'; creamortos, 16(?2Co, dairies.
16gr.c! eggs easlor; at mark, lS$?22o; firsts
22c; cheese, firm nt UCLSc. '
Pacific Coast Grain.
SAN FRANCISCO. Doc. 21. Wheat
r,le5y: May' U3; barley, steady; May.
A little more tea, take a
little more time with your
Wo got them in all stylos
75c TO $5.00.
OPEN NIGHTS TILL CHRISTMAS.
238 AND 240 MAIN ST.
DRUG COMPANY. I
A Safety razors, fountain pens, cigars, I-
j wines and liquors, toilet articles, t
1 perfumes, purses, hand bapa, Low- I
P oy's & Alllgrottl candles, box sta-
E tlonery and an endless array of
K Christmas novelties.
I CORNER STATE AND SECOND 5
SOUTH STS. BOTH 'PHONES 2C5.
J. W. CURRIE, i
j ' ASSAYER. m
J 70 W. 3rd South. Salt Lako City. j
LITTLE SUGAR COMBINE.
Withdrawal of Members May Mean
Disorganization of the Trust.
SAN FRANCISCO, Dec 21. The ex
istence of a secret arrecment among
the wholesale grocers of tho coast for
the past year and a half to control tho
price of sugar was revealed by the
withdrawal Monday of six local houses
from the Pacific Traffic and Commer
cial association, the name used to
cover the Joint operations of thc mem
bers of the trust.
These six biff firms, whose combined
capital equals that of all the other forty-two
members, believe that tholr
withdrawal will mean disorganization
of the combination and that the trust
will be obliged to go out of business.
Its manager, H. D. Loveland, says,
however, that the association will go
ahead with Its operations and la "de
termined to uphold the market."
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SILVER KING MINING COMPANY
Extra Dividend Notice.
At a meeting of the Board of Directors
of thc Silver King Mining company, hold
at the office of tho manager, In Salt Lako
City. November 22. 1904. an extra dividend
of 06 2-3 cents per share was declared,
payablo December 23, 1901. Transfer books
will close on December 13. and remain
closed until aftor December 25, 1901.
Ey order of thc Board of Directors,
(Signed) JOHN A. MALIA,
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Engineer's Office. Salt Lakr City,
Utah. November 22. 191. '
Notice la hcroby given that .T.mc3 J.
Chambers, whoso poatbfflce address Is
Broadway, New York. N. Y has made ap
plication In accordance with tho require
ments of chapter 100 f tho ocsslon law
of Utah. 1903, to appropriate twonty-fht
(23) Bccond-fcct of tho water flowing In
tho Llttlo Cottonwood creek. Snlt Lako
County, Utah. Said water Is to be dlvort--d
by meana of a dam about ten (10) feet
high and a pipe at a point Just below tho
tall raco of the Columbus ConsoliJatod
Mining company's power plant In section
10, township 3 sduth. ranee 2 east. Salt
Lake base and meridian, fror whore tho
water will bo convoyed for about eleven
thousund (11 000) feet and there be used
from January 1 to December 31, Inclusive,
of each year ior developing power for
electric lighting and propelling machlnory
In Salt Lake valley Atrr hlntr boen
no diverted and used tho water will be re
turned to the natural channel of Little
Cottonwood creek at i point near thc west
lino of section S. township 3 south, rango
2 east. Salt Lako baso and meridian.
All protests against the granting of
Gold application, stating the'renaons there
for. muGt be made by affidavit In dupli
cate, and P.!"--) in this office within thirty
(30) days aftor tno completion of the pub
lication of this notice.
A. F. DORKMUS,
Dato of first publication November 24;
date of completion of. publication Decem-
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consult County Clork or iho respectlvo
signers for further Information.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
batc division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In tho matter of the
estate of James W. A3hman, deceaucd.
Notlcc. Tho petition of Mary Hannah Ashman,
administratrix of the estate of Jamos W.
Ashman, deceased, praying for an order
of sale of real property of said decedent,
and that all persons Interested appear be
foro tho said court to show causo why
an order should not be granted to sell so
much as Hhall be necessary, of tho fol
lowing described real estate of said de
ceased, to wit;
Beginning 1 rod west and 5 rods north
of the S. E. corner of lot 2, block 22,
plat "F," Salt Lako City survey, and run
ning thenco north 4 rods, thenco west 4
rode, thence s'outh 1 rodB, thenco enfit i
reds to pla- of beginning, has been set
for hearing ay Friday, thu Xt.ii way of
December, A. D. ISO!, at 10 o'clock a. m..
at the county courthouse. In tho court
room of said court. In Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness tho clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 15th day of
Decomber, A, D. 4501.
rscal JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, In and for Salt Lake county,
State of Utah. In tho matter of the estate
of Mary E. Cartor, deceased. Notice.
Tho petition of Maurlco Groshen, pray
ing for tho admission to probate of a cer
tain document purporting to bo tho last
will and testament of Mary E. Carter, de
ceased, and for the granting of letters
testamentary to Maurlco Groshon and Wil
liam A. Carter has been set for hoarlng
on Friday, thc 30th day of Decomber, A.
D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county
courthouse. In the courtroom of said court,
In Salt Lake City, Salt Lake county,
Stato of Utah.
Witness thc Clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof afflvcd, this 14th day of De
cember, A. D. 1904,
Seal JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. dll35
W. H. Bramel, attorney ior petitioner.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS,
Estate of Morrjl C. Cutler, deceased.
Creditors will present claims with
vouchors to the undersigned at tho offlco
of G. H. Backman. attornoy, No. 32 South
Main street. Salt Lako City, Utah, on or
before the 30th day of March. A. D. 1905.
ANNIE S. CUTLER.
Administratrix of tho Estate of Morrel C.
G H. Backman. Attorney for Estate.
Date of first publication, November 29,
190i - C2079
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty. Stato of Utah Notice.
In tho mattor of tho cstato of Charles
Hume, deceased. Thc petition of Eunice
Hume, praying for tho Issuance to Utah
Savings & Trust .company, a corpora
tion, of letters of admlnlatratlon In tho
estato of Charles , Hume, deceasod, has
been set for hearing on Saturday, tho 7th
day of January, A. D.. 1905, 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 thc
seal thoreof affixed, this 21st day of Do
cembcr. A. D., 1901.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
batc division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty, Stato of Utah. In the mattor of tho
catato of Malachl Croke, deceased. No
tice. Tho petition of Thoma3 Marnane, pray
ing for the admission to probate of a cer
tain document purporting to bo the last
will and testament of Malachl Crokc, do
ceased and for tho granting of letters
testamentary to Thomas Marnane. has
been set' for hearing on Saturday, tho 7th
day of January, A. D.. 1905. at 10 o'clock
a, m., at tho county courthouse In tho
courtroom of eald court, In Salt Lake
City. Salt Lako county, State of Utah.
Witness thc Clerk of said court with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 21st day -of De
comber, A. D., 1904.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Thompson & Gibson, Attorneys for Pe
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lako county,
Stato of Utah. In the matter of tho es
tate of Clara Z. Dooley, deceased. No
tice. The petition of Georgo Jay Gibson, ex
ecutor of tho estato of Clara Z. Dooley.
deceased, praying for the sottlomont of
final account of said executor and for tho
distribution of thc residue of said estate
to tho persons entitled, has been sot for
hearing on Friday, tho 30th day of De
cember, A. D. 1904, at 10 o'clock a. m., at
tho county courthouse, Jn the courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt
"Lake county, Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
tho seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of
December. A. D. 1904.
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B Davles, Deputy CLcrk.
Thompson & Gibson, Attorneys for Es
US' THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division. In and 'for Salt Lako county.
State of Utah. In tho matter of the cstato
of Richard Gilbert, deceased. Notice.
Tho potltlon of Richard M. Gilbert, pray
ing for tho Issuanco to himself of letters
of administration, with tho will annexed,
In tho estate of Richard Gilbert, deceased,
has boen set for hearing on' Friday, tho
30th day of Decomber, A. D. 1904, at 10
o'clock a, m., at tho county courthouse, In
tne courtroom of said court, In Salt Lako
City, Salt Lake county. Utah.
Witness the Clerk of said court, with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 11th day of De
cember. A. D. 1901. '
Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
C M. Nielsen. Attorney for Petitioner
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
batc division, In and for Salt Lako coun
ty. State of Utah. In the matter of tho
estate of Amanda M. Plorcc, deceased.-
Tho petition of Adam Spiers, executor
of tho cstato of Amanda M. Pierce, do
ceased, praying for tho sottlement of
final account of said executor and for the
distribution of thc residue of said estate
to tho persons entitled, haa boon set for
hearing on Friday, tho SOih day of De
comber. A- D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m..
at tho county courthouse. In tho court
room of said co'urt. In Salt Lako City,
Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the clork of said court, with
thc seal thereof affixed this 15th day of
December. A. D. 1201.
(Seal JOHN JAMES. Cleric
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clork.
G. II. Backman, Attornoy for Estate.
REDEMPTION OF CHURCH BONDS
Salt Lake City. Utah, Dec 1. 1904. No
tice !h hereby given that pursuant to the
terms of tho Bonds of tho Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Lo
renzo Snow, Trustee In Trust.Jatod De
comber 31, 169S. thero being sufficient
monov In tho Sinking Fund for that pur
pose, tho following described bonds of
Series A arc horoby called for redemption
on the first day of January. 1S03. viz.;
S1C0 Bonds Nos. 1 to 500, Inclusive ,...$60.COO
J500 Bonds Nos, 1 to 57, lncluslvo .... 28.500
Bonds must be prosnnted o tho undor
Blgnetl Trustees on or aftor January 3.
lSfe, at the Dcscret National bank. Salt
Lake City. Uta with Coupons Nos. Us
to 22 attached, and Interest will cease on
all above described Bonds on January I,
LEWIS S. HILTS,
I will not bo rcsponslblo for any debtn
lncuircd by my wife, aftor Nov. 30. 1901.
GEO. W. VANCE. ,
PROBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP, flwlfln
Consult County Clerk cr rtBncUT lywlllf el
IsTjtra for xurther information. fflrffti1
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE : jSI?!
division. In and for Salt Lako county, ,' iraBrl nlu
State of Utah. In tho matter of the ca- fefiHI l,H
trite of Joseph J. Buniavvood, deceased. frtfUw '
Notice. 118(1 ay
The petition of Wllll.im P. Rowo, ad- iffifflS iR
mlnlatrator of the estato of Joseph J. IfflflS Jll
Burnswood, deccaed, for the confirma- fflKfi j)
tlon of tho aalo of the following-described fflffllt!
real estate of said decedent, to wli: That Jffijl j
certain group of mining claims .known fflRUJ fffi
and degcrlbj-d as an undivided interest i rHRl
V? ih?iG,r;iTjTte lode mining olalm and tho fflfll iir
uranltc lodo mining claims numbered 1 to ' InHfl if
14. inclusive, situate in Llttlo Cottonwood ffflil M
mini district. Salt Lake county, Utah; MB 'if
aiso that certain parcel or tract of prop- SHI W
crty situated In Alta City, Salt Lako BHMl
county, known and described as the "Old Jfflfih t'
5"Sry. Propcrly." for tho sum rf NtHl M
Iino.OO. And upon tho following terms, to ; KB lf
vwi. Lash upon confirmailoii. zz appears ; H w
from the return of sale, filed In this court, ' HH ill
iu , cn 3et for "earing on Friday, tho fffl f(
3Cth day of December, A. D. 1S04, at 10 I iWL fc
p clock a m., at tho county courthouse. tflfm ft
Vv ,tho courtroom of said court, in Salt ? USf. Hi
lke city, Salt Lako county, Utah. t SHU' it
Witness tho Clerk of said court, with ml l
tho seat thereof affixed, this 16th day o7 :afjj 7
December, A. D. 1904 Km 'in
(Seal. JOHN JAMES. Clerk. . fftfj '
By David B. Davlea, Deputy Clerk.dl325 ' JyJjl M
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE W ! "f
division. In and for Salt Lake county, tBfl :
, of. utah In th0 matter of the catato i : ll!fl . f
t Daniel S. Davidson, deceased. Notice. alt
The petition of Utah Savings & Trust i IS?
company, administrator, with will an- IIiIIm w
nexod. of the estate of Daniel S. Davidson. BHlllIi
deceased, praying for tho settlement of lULUrJt
final account of said administrator, with Milla
wMll annexed, and for tho distribution of j W ifXi
the residue of said estate to tho persona ( ffllllnLW
entitled, has been set for hearing on Frl- IffllpJi
day. tho 23rd day of December, A. D. 1904, Jl 8 J
at 10 o clock a. m.. at tho county court- Kwi
oVVv n l5e courtroom of said court, in H i&l
Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county, Utah. - H iff J
T ltneas the Clerk of said court, with UUHS
tho seal thereof affixed, hls 13th day of mllH
December, A. D. 1904 HtllAi
rSeall JOHN JAMES. Clerk. ffil JlR
yV- 2- Davles, Doputy Clerk- Jlt lfiti
D. B. Hempstead, Attorney tt? Estate.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO- , fflwll&
bate division, In and for Salt Lake coun- Eft It ft
ty, Stato of Utah.-In tho matter of the IB ill
Notice Z" Dooley deceased. N $1
Tho potltlon of Georgo Jay Gibson, HH)ffl
executor of tho estate of Clara Z. Dooley, HfiiiHi
ruccas.?d' for confirmation 6f the sale of Wfl&i
tho following described rear estate of said BB HW
decedent, to wit: Commencing at a fflU 4
point seven rods west of the southeast ' aHllfltf
?or,ner of lot 3, block 34. plat "F," Salt Bit 11 U
. SlLy survey, and running thenco . HkIBI
west 3 rods; therpe north 9 rods; thenco IlKMH
east 3 rods; thenco south 9 rods, to the lUIDffil
point of beginning, together with a right- Ffflllfiii
or-way over the following: Commencing iffllllnf,
at a point 4 rods west of tho southeast WHWl'
corner of said lot and block, and running sBORff
thenco west 3 rods: thenco north 10 feet: mti
thence east 44 feet: thenco north 13S Hiflfl-f
feet; thence cast 10 feet, thenco south 9 tm
rods; thenco west 5 feet, to the point of tBl 1R
beginning, for the sum of $1600.00 cash, Hjl Wff
and upon tho following terms, to wit: fS&mW
Subject to confirmation by this court, na SBHi'Sfc
appeara from tho return of sale, filed in' llttr'jll
tills court, has been set for hearing on fflft mt
Friday, tho 23rd day of December. A. D
191, at 10 o'clock a. m., at tho county DUllluii
courthouse, In tho courtroom of said tiff 1 A
court. In Salt -Lako City. Salt Lake Muf9
county, Utah. Wl-i
Witness the Clerk of said court, with Wv
the seal thereof affixed, this 12th day of iMf
December, A. D., 19W. IKif I
lSeaD JOHN JAMES, Clork. BRlft i
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. IHBlll'
Thompson & Gibson, Attorneys for lEIS 1 'jN
Estate. dl019 llfililji
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO- ' IB 1 in
bate division, In nnd for Salt Lake coun- KflllSc!
ty, State of Utah. In the matter of tho uuflfliS
estate of Charles F. Stohl, deceased. lfflfi;
Tho petition of Gustavo IL Backman. Bfjs
praying for tho admission to probato of ! WQluin
a certain document purporting to bo tho llwHlt'K
last will and testament of Charles F. tlBlTra
Stohl, deceased, and for tho granting of j raaiW
letters testamentary to Gustavo H. Back- filllnlakl
man, has been set for hearing on Friday. iBWIlfS
tho 30th day ot Docomhor, A. D. 1904. at jjfl wttjf
10 o'clocK a. m., at uie county courthouse. llB)!fl
In tho courtroom of said court, ot Salt Bii!rLt
Lako Ctty. Salt Lako county, Stato of HM Hi
AvUncss tho Clork of said court, with . fifllSllfl
tho seal thereof affixed, this 17th day of IBfflljfl
December, A. D. 1904. IfflM jtl
rSal. JOHN JAMES, Clerk. tBhO?
Bv David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk. iBJillll
Gustavo H- Backman, Attorney. (11379 fK ffli
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. "118 I If
Joo Bowers Mining company. Principal SB Hi
place of business at Salt Lake City. Utah. M 1 X J
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting mill;
of tho directors, held on tho 6th day of Hill a
December, 1501. an assessment of one-half UE J
(U) ccnt per share (being assessment No. EHnn A
13) was duly levied on tho capital stock of flft! I?
tho corporation, payablo Immediately to Km fj
A J Gunnell, secrotary of the company. Mil it
at the office of the company, No. 3S South Hill 14 ;
Main street, Salt Lake City, Utah. , I H,
Any stock upon which this assessment , jvQJ J('
may remain unpaid on tho 9th day of nfflliri'
January, 1905, will bo delinquent and ad- J ME If
vertlsed for sale at public auction, and 11 ii
unless pavment Is mado before, will bo Ifm il
Bold on the 24th day of January, 1905. to Maf 1
pay the delinquent assessment, together MB flj
with tho cost of advertising and expenso RHU K
of sale. A. J. GUNNELL, Secretary. 1 Hm 111
No. 33 South Main Street, Salt Lake fflSj H
City. Utah. dS15 ! t(fl f.
IN THE THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT , Wl f
court of the Stato of Utah, In and for Salt jjgf &
Lake county. In tho matter of the appU- JjSjj J
cation of the Golden Star Mining & Mill- MM.!
Ing company, a corporation, organized Hm
and existing under tho laws of the- State , I fW it ;
of Utah, to bo dissolved. jl SBH 1
NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF COR- WDf 1 3
PORATION. ' I , Mm
Notice Is hereby glvon that application Bk 1
has been made by and In behalf of tho IRflJ 1
board of directors, of the Golden Star aft 5 ' '
Mining & Milling company, a corpora- itKlK'i;'
tlon, organized and oxlstlng under the ffflSIl! '
law3 of tho State of Utah, having Its mt)r 5
offico or principal place of business at YaHv i
Salt Lako City, In Salt Lake county. State gR&lX i I
of Utah, for an order of this court dlo- Ira if S
solving said corporation, Said appllca- fflfin m
tlon was filed on tho 12th day of Decom- 1 ulKl flll
ber. 1904, and an order of court has i)Jfill I
been mado thereon by Honorable C. W. jWI j ;
Morse. Judge of said court, directing tho w3i I
said application be filed with tho Clerk. Iftf 1 I S
and that the undersigned, Clork of said fffllj f . t
court glvo notice of such application by VH) r j
publication for a period of ,lhlrty-flvo (35) ni)S:
days said period expiring on January kBis' l
IS. 1S03 In tlie Salt Lako Dally Tribune, i JEffi ! i
a newspaper having general circulation Slmt I
in said Salt Lake county, within which fi Bw
time any person may file nls objections to jlilr'Bs
said application. This notice Is published TttvlJll
pursuant to said order. Hfi: Xt
(Seal) JOHN JAMT3S. mt W
County Clerk and Clerk of tho District iHi'ffVi
Court. Salt Lake County. Utah. JlEU Ki
By David B.. Davles, Doputy Clerk. wfifA ml
Dated Decomber 12th. 1901. dl018 1 ffifflfl fd
DELINQUENT NOTICE. plj
Old Evergreen Mlnlng-and Tunnel com- I' Mil
panv. principal place of business, Salt S' fe K
Lako City. Utah Notice uS.hIi
There Is delinquent upon the following r'tflflr
doscrlbcd stock, on accint of aosoas- Wfwu SI'
meat No. 7. of throo conM er share, lev
led October 24, 1904, pa', .b.o Immediately f n
and delinquent on tho 34th day of No- fl ,lif
vomber. 1901, tho amount set opposite th f ?4
names of tho shareholders, as follows: ffl'j!
No. No. M
Cort. Namo. Snares. Amt , jl tf'j.
11!V-L. U. Colbath K0 J240 00 fe(6 Sfl
139 John T Tannor 94 2.S2 frft OT
Thereforo, In accordance with law and Hk"'!
the order mado by tho board of directors f.l l jnf
on tho 24th day of October. 1S04, so many H S Jt l
ehnrcB of each parcel of stock as may bo H F:lffllf
necessary will be sold at the offico of tho RaS aj
Eccrotary cf cald company. No, 161 South . Ell! Wft
Main stroet. Salt Lake City. Utah, on IH f j
Saturday, the 24th day of Docembor, 1904,. Ir Rid
at 12 o'clock noon, to pay tho delinquent n Si',3 fif
assessment, toccthor with the costs of R If llsjl
advertising and oxpenso nf sale. II b it In
HENitr Ct. M'MILLAN. RjiilXu
No. 1C1 South Main street. Salt Lako f'f ' , :
City, Utah, Novembor &5. 190i- cl757 f