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,v WORNING. DECEMBER 24, 1904.
I flTrBPMU J THE SAJLT LAEE TKljjtnsE.
Sthe Bankers, the Merchants and the Brokers, )
j J, Longjntervals
1 W Absolutely IXiH and
3 -There was little
w-'Tn neglect of the
,h to absolute Idleness for
Ij1" attendance was
HI tt?frsJ":hP flr't and many mem.
Ff-L during the session on
m!ifw ,,f nny awak-
'evenlng-up of contract,
fr?X-lidav Interval seemed to
attended to during yes
M", Aside from the profound
5"nd,,,-v nt any
rttfr if Mr advance. Such
HB0mln l to b i " up
Ei aa short Bide and the
fV ' attributed
Mlt n Now 9 was of little
g'' , influi nee was not dls-
B'of't '"k's '""r
bW3 ni (v Ith the Ir.t-rlor l.ili
SffrertpW to Off-l the gold
BKnr i the loan Item at u.i
Hr55n-lleal hut there has l" I,
?5rv" jioek market liquidate i
caused last w.ok's larg
Bfefnhe monev market offectu-
kWnhcc- en call and the lei
p..wlns more and more lenl
WEbt collateral. Loons for Bis
HLmitda on all induati lul i i I
R?,uVji the same r..b s a,. n the
Bfe!iM bilateral The outward
cold equally falls to ai
Rr . view of this condition of the
Entto b disburse l on Janu
Kis and Inter 61 h Btlm led to
ever i- fori on that d it
J2;' ris ..f . .-ii show ili.
BEefacthe revival In that Irade
KihiTine risen to l BC2 593 bus
Ktidth .71J last week
Bfitlf total If 1" 1u 1 u" 1 '
BfcMrrrtpondlnB w"k In fo ir
K,tel outgo continues Insignificant
lh.it of f r- " rs 1"
! V-s i'f tm hr. )-li g
Ku ir, the western Pennsylvania
Klu received with s.iiM.ii-th.n
Kfj i ( mllrr.jJ earnings made fur
WLi i--o7 ings Tl dull strength of
srb; . mllnued up to, tho i losing
Iktu nn firm.
Ktsi i'f bon Is. par vnl
En i Ine of
K lathe stork morkr t during the
KVi and to" ,rd Ih i nd ( the
E, sruJi .c has "uihsldi d Into
Hkstt like Stagnation,
jt x.ui lo n lower total th.ni at
Hss As ir.ldsunimer. Pi
Mfi f sr-v.li it. i r level
BU' j-r.' f ? thm th from
Kfit, - not significant.
Kg ' dullni !9 ii attribut iblc to
H.trJ dlali f tin
so: on !.ire r....rimli innits mi
Hr a on
Hb(-: l! f';'l i-n developmt nt s vhll'J
picj.'i; s I". ' ii" medium for
Kbf 7T.. abaci ptlon of m mbei s
bji-Ti'i? and the nti itlon f
Bx L-1 r . irecs In annual settlc-
a 1 iv... (In- I ur.il . i.'.-i ( i.l . i -W;
fci.rmLl factorj In th dullni -Hift
ol by the pro fc 88 to
k- i-.;,rr,t-.r, who are still san
acti it;, and .-1 rength
p rlod la pa si Bui ai -
p ' ' k n of the Influi
mti : in whl' h
.,!.,'l.. ! . .i rl In lh- ninnth
k rtwitctii speculative losses suf
Hrteos h'avllv committed at the
M th, ' il-f ) I; confl-
i - . I 1 1 v
Jmiv.. ihai ! i I hi sacs are
M fruit In th. abstention fr.mi
mil ' '- larg. elemi nl -a hlch hi
f1' ' - Ivandng ith w 1,1. I
th late market,
Hl lo n w-, i ,,( svtalned volume
") precedent In the hlstorv .'f
mfnr rhere Is .i manifest
WB''- 'h'' tually
" ,n 1 ' i attributable to
Bfe, ' "" In rT' .fr.sslrinal
K15', 1 - n within
ooarui i --: i who
i " l returns wlth
mta n '" irdroom !t--. if 'i he
R?'" cm trove rsv anions eomn
ftojy-Tatc.rs in the market which
WZl! h- ' 'b -II d adverl
I'fr,1" nr"l recrlmlnntl
Et.,.-""1 hi ' and l. -,, I. ihiH
i ffect of dlacourai Ing
2rMln the stock market on th
I- '. . i i',..
-a r-f.irOInc prom rth -Kt
.',' 1 v:' nd i 1 "...rt rr,n-
I ,:' irae of busl-
,7. Inted to cn-
RtBUm ."i1 VH,UCB Tnc "nr, r
I KJt aiinhnti. therefore, to
Kt 1. 1 " reliability of present
K a an h d. k 01 a, 1 ual
T:f0,,,jht la easily referrablc to
ihJih c.h demonstrated
VMh ilEt '" wh,cn ''rl" s wero
BfcliMr bno 1 wUh pver.v evidence
ti.ic. a, fn",,t h' ' e buvlnr
t-v , ",anV,y nslderabln a.Jv
KClS?1, n,jl advance b.
gtlou. ,h a,,J' ar-Peornni.- of
!anoJritr?lnt on "Peculation
.nrd thJ '-y, "f tn ndmlnls
Watim 8tl" of egt"latlon
B5.tt Week , The pbarpesl
RTJ Ih, ,,: ',rr' was COfnd-
fw ': ',!";"r" of .1 reporl
N!U with ?f var,us iron and
Iff' th, iu' ' vM('"l n twenty
Kfe f th' V, ' COrrmon stock
icrltv .Mr?,e evidences of
llfffl for fM.hM continued
ParIM l,nj,-u extraordinarily easy
K rl'"H, c7'nv with Mtncks
rSr,f.m j coupon have de-
f tV.JlVp ' '" 'I'Tlht; tho v.c.-k.
L "t0 STOCK 1. 1ST
V Bii'II,h Low- Cloit
Ct ohW J" W1H 10014 jot
HkY1' J ' 129' . 129
B I , , 800 3 U 424
2, I W V: 7i
fefc t ' 1 1U 194
Bit T .!
IStS : i; J
Joe isa i&) iae
l4 l immf
f New York goTc .
San Francisco OOTic
-f London 28 l-16c f
Now York exchange $1 COfi-I TO -f
-4- COPrEU 4.
f New York exchange . nt "xl4 7". -f
Del, LAW jjo
Denver A Rio Grand ja
preferred too 88" 87H S7V
Erie 7 joo 36 J6 351?
lt preferred . . . 1,(00 7U 7.14 7s
2nd preferred soo Wi MVi 5U
HorklnK Valley . . , 100 50 90 PI
preferred . 94
Illinois Central 800 154" l&ivi 161
Iowa Central . 3.10 si 2S'A '1
Kaneas Clt Southern. 30 28 2S US
preferred joo 52 62 62
Louisville & N 130H 138 13H
Manhattan L. jno VBl li-.i 10
M-tmp-,lltnn See .... 000 79 79 79
Met Bt Hy (ex dlvi . l.uo yj) njot u
Minn ft St L .... ... 100 M 6S M
M. St P & S S M Btt S'4 89 89
preferied 200 147'4 147 147
MUfourl Pacific S.SO0 105 10S 105;
M. K & T 3)0 30i sov 304
preferred DO 61 nyt ciVi
M'-x Nat pfd ... 391
New York Central .... 8.100 142' 140 142ii
Norfolk Western .. 800 78j 771; ;'4
pri.ferre.1 .'. 53
Ontario Western .. 1.30O Q 3-314 S9
Penr.nThnnla 16,300 130H 135 1364
P. C, C & St L .... 75
Reading ai.fcoo 7? 7G4 77V4
1st preferred 90
Tnd prefeiTe-1 . .. SlH
Rock Inland Co ... 40,200 34 32 34' J
prefirrrd 2.600 85H 844 85
St I, & Sn V 2nd pfd 67
St Loul 8V 300 24 24 24
i referred 400 r,7'4 T.7 M'i
Southern Paelfle 5 Z') '.'' . C31
Southern RaJlWa 2,pi6 34H 33 34M,
preferred 200 97 97 96
Texas & Pacific 100 34 34 34
T. St L & W 5'0 SU'i K 3
preferred 100 6 63 63
Union Pacific ... 12. BOO 110 109 110
preferred 700 9S 06 96
Wabash .. 200 21 21 21
preferred 300 43 42
Wheeling &. I.ak K 19
Wisconsin Central .... 1X 21 21 21
preferred 100 45 45 46
Mexican Oantml 1.800 ? 19 25
,..uihTn Pac pfd . . 600 118'i 118 116
American .. . 203
t'nlteil States 118
AraaJ. Copper le.iao 66 C5 66
Am ' iir & Fdy ... l.SO 31 24 34
preferred 403 93 92 92
Ari. rl.nn Cotton Oil . 100 36 3C 34
Ann.rlcan Ico 401 r.', o
preferred .. 100 SS 3S S7
American Linseed OH. 15
Am Locomotive 700 33 33 33
preferred 200 103 102 102
American 8 & R 4.3) 80 80 80
preferred . . KO 114 114 Utf
Am Sujfar Refining .. 5,400 112 HI 141
AnaconduMtntn: Co . . 100
Brooklvn Rapid T. .... 2.000 00 69 60
Colorado Fu.-I Iron 2.700 45 41 44
Consolidated Gas i.3u0 196 191 196
Corn Products 20
Distillers1 Securities .. 60) 37 36 37
General Electric ...... 500 185 18-1 ls:.
International Paper .. 600 24 24 24
preferred 200 77 77 76
International Pump 38
National Lead 23
North American 100
Pacific Mall lft) 42 42 42
People's Gas 700 106 105 106
Prensed Kteel Car 16
Pullman Palare Cur 234
Republic Steol 100 16 1C 1
Rubber Goods 100 26 26 26
Tennes.no Coal JC Iron 1.2"' 7IS 70 71
V S leather 1.700 14 14 14
preferred . r 2 700 101 101 101
Pulled States Realty 7S
U S Rubber 200 32 82 S.
preferred SOO 94 94 94
U S Steel 30,200 28 28
preferred 31. S00 91 90 91
W. stlnshouae Kleclrlc 700 181 180 180
Western 1'nlon 20 92 92 92
Total sales for the day. 2,700 share?.
NEW lORK BONDS.
XJ P ref 2s rej: . .104 Man c (r 4s 10'.
coupon 104 Mex Cen 4s 76
rj a 3s reg 104 lat Ino 22
couion 104 M & St It 4s 96
I s new Is reg . .130 M. K & T 4s 100
coupon . 130 2nd 85
1 B old 4s reg 10' Mex Nat e 4s 81
coupon 106 N T C g 3s 101
Atchison Bjen 4s . 9I'4 N-J C g 6s 136
A (' L 4s 1"0 N Pac 4s .10.'.
B & O 4s 103 3s 75
3s 96 N Sc. W c 4s 101
r. nt of Ga 5s. ... 110 O 8 L 4s & p .. . 104M,
1st tnc 93 Penn c Ss l"2
C & O 4s 107 Reading g 4s 102
C A A ?'s . . . 82 S L A I M o 6s .116
r. B & Q new 4s. 100l S L A S p fg 4s
C & NW 7s .129H!St L SW lata 97
& R I A P 48... 87 R A L 43 84
col 5s 94 So Pac 4s 91
C, c. c & st L Bo Hy 6a ........ 119
pen 4s 101 TAP lste 119
Oil Ter 4s 85 T St L A W 4s . 83
Con Tobacco 4s.. . 74 I" Pac 4s 106'i,
C A. S 4s 92 conv 4s 110
D 6 S Oil 102 V S Steel 2nd 6s. 92
Erie p lien 4s 102 Wi.l.aph lsts 117
,-. n 43 92 deb B 66
P W A D C lsts 107 WALE 4s. . .. 94
llork V 4s 111 Wis Cen 4s 93
L A.N 11 48 10.T; Colo Filch. S4
New Yoik Money.
NEW YORK, Dec. 23 Clono. M"nev
on call Bteadv per cent, closlnp bid,
j pr cent, offered at 2 per cent. Tlmo
loans easy, sixty days, ninety days nnd
m : months, 3Qj84 por cent Prime m r
cantlle paper. 4tMt per cent. Sterling
exchange steadv with actual bualneaa In
bi nkera bills at yi V.T 164.S7 20 for d( mand
and nt Jl I OnrTi I M T. f"i Flxty day IdlN
Posted rate. 64 K". nnd $l.8S. Commercial
t.nio ; . Mexfcan dollars, 4S coiiLh.
Bonds Governments, steady; railroads.
PAN FRANCISCO, Dec 28. Silver bars,
Mcxlcin dollars. 61c.
NBW TORIC, D'c. 23 The following table,
compiled by Bradstreet. show'M the bank clesr
I, , .. nl Hi I in, M' ,d ni-i i-r tl'' " "K ' ml
"I I'eccmbor 22, with tho percentuire of In
crease and decrease SS conipurcl with tho
i orr.-spondlng week lat year.
P ct. Per ct.
Now York 11.626 290. 4M 41.6 ...
Chicago mC'5.171 122 ....
nekton iia,.j.-.- i ' -
ffleipriii w.J5J.j g-J
St liuls . 61,474.9,1 134 ....
Pittsburg ,M7.4 J0J
Han Eranclsco 35'?5'if lit
Bultlmor- S5-LU2'2 li f ' "
Cincinnati S'?'ISs a a '
Kansas city "J"- 3 6 10 ;
New Orleans 24.K-S 4-8 ... 10.5
Cleveland 1 J." !
WZ":. S'.M H :::
Louisville 11.627,776 l 8 ...
Oman. "T.. J-MJ-Jg !
Providence 6.. -11.600 .6 .
Indianapolis I'VX tl'l
L-.S Angeles' '.. 9.604.504 J.l .
Denv r 0 322 246 37.2 ...
P.". to 4.417.MJ6 14 1 ...
Washlncton ' - 4.432,018 11 6 .
Por Mand V 4.199.762 20 7 ...
BALTLA ICE CITY .... 4.469.78 U.I ...
Spokane. Wasb, JS-tS Si -
Helena 1.03259 2 ....
Totals Tnlted Slater. . .12.677.771.311 29.3
OuUlS. We York .... 6s2.4s0.ssl U.I .
WAflfalNOTON. Dec. a.-Today's
xlatcment of tho Treasury balance i n
the penoal fund rxc 1 uflvo ( tlu- Jl J -000,000
In tho DlvlBlon of Redemption
"Available eash balances, 139,3o9,22? ;
Kold, $fc3,&9P,423. i
Turkey Trade Is
Very Many More Sold Than for
Thanksgiving- Home Supply
Turkev trade was very' heavy yesterday
on the local market. Many times more
turkeys are being- sold for Christmas thnn
wero sold for Thanksclvlng. notwith
standing tho fact that Thanksgiving is
popularly considered the national turkey
holiday In Bplte of the heavy trade, how
ever, the supply of I'tah turkoB, con
trary to early expectations, has proved
sufficient to supply the demand with no
advance of prices. Chickens were also
going out won yesterday Tho supply of
hens is ample, hut broilers are compara
tively scarce Plenty of cranberries are
'n tho market nnd there has been no
i hange of price. Trade In all llne9 of pro
duce Is hea y, hut there Is an absence of
features In the market.
Oats have advanced slight! v and are
very silff, with prospect of still further
advance Eggs arc Bteadv Turnips,
beets and rnrrois have advanced from 11
10 11.15 a hundred Tho scarcity Is said
to be duo to tho bnd roads preventing
Carmen from bringing In the usual sup
plies. Whole-sale Quotations.
Hay. Grain and Straw Oat straw, per
bale. 3V . alfalfa 110.00, tlmoihv per ton,
baled, $n. 50, wheat, per bushel. OOetTIl 10.
dprn. per cwt , ll,X06fL8S; corn, cracked,
n Kvcfl 40 oats, li-ny.ji&o rolled oats, ti.ro
'7l6G, barley, rolled. 1135, Hour, bakers'
No. i, 12. y; flour, straight grade. 2. 4052,50.;
Hour, high patent, $2.C02.70, rye 12.60,
graham flour, tS.SO02.1O; cornmenl. 1170
2'jo bran $1 f0; bran and shorts. $110,
Meats. Drepsod beef, per pound. oVjfJ
Be; dressed veal, per pound, 7c, dressed
lomhs, per pound. 7C: dressed mutton, per
pound. W,7c dressed hogs Cc; live, $4 CO
per cwt , mincemeat. 6w9c.
Poultry. Dressed hens, 12c, broilers, per
pound. lCc; turkeys, 22c.
Fruits California grapes. 12.00; Ftnh
apples, pet bushel, ll 00; Idaho apples.
$1 25; Bants Paula lemons, per box, 4.'Vyg
1 W, bananas, per hunch, t2.2r.tn.00. cran
bcrrles, (9,606)10.00 per barrel; dates per
pound SOJlOc; "ranges, 18.0008.50 per box.
Sugar y. et sugar, per PA 10.40, cane
Vegetables. California hend lettuce 45c
a dozen, oyster plant 46c a dozen; celery,
dozen, COc, parjnlr3, per cwt . tl vellow
onions, per Kin 11.60; vegetable marrow,
per dozen, 60c; red cabbage per pound,
2 Vic sweet potatoes per cwt 12.00; Utah
enhbage. per liwl, tl'j; potatoes, per cwt,
90c; turnips, bec-ts and carrots per 100,
$1 25 green onions, per dozen, 20,; pump
kins, dozen. 11.25. Utah lettuce, 20c; caull
(1 n - per pound, lo(12c.
Dairy Products Butter, per pound, 2"c;
cheese, per pound, 12c, eggs, per case,
I7.504J8.75; comb honey, per crate, $2 7.",
Bweltzer cheese, per pound, 18e; llmhur
ger cheese, per pound, lr.e, cream brick
hi se, per pound. 17c; Edam cheese, per
dozen, 312 00.
Fish. Salmon. 13e- mountain trout, 2:
halibut. 12c. slilprd bass, per pound, 15c,
i'llc-s, i" i pound, Oc; flounders, per pound.
9c; California smelts, per pound, 12c; cat-in-li,
per pound 12c; peri h, per pound, 10c;
lobsters, per pound, 16c; oysters. New
York counts, $1 CO pr loo, seleets. 12 25 per
gnllon; Olymplas, 13.00 per gallon; Cro
martv bl i.i tors, per l"""1 $350. codfish. '.,
9c; smoked salmon, iW12Vic, red fish or
i -'l snapper, 17c; blue fish, 17c; ocrebasse,
I:.- per dosen; white fish, 15c; pompano,
Mi ats Prime rib, i7'c, porterhouse, IS
Jf 20c; pork l'.c; mutton chops in,,i'.-,
legs. 12V4c; iamb, 12V415c per pound; veal,
13080c; veal loaf. She.
Poultry Dressed hens. 15U16c; broilers,
IT is?, tutkvs 2" 'lucks, 2fc. roast
springs, 20c; teal ducks, 30c per pair, mal
Fruits. L tab apples, per peck, 30040c;
lemons, per dozen, 25c. oranges per dosen,
251760c; banannB per dozen. 203ic; pears,
three pounds for 25c ; grapes (black), per
basket. 60(Q60c; pomegranates, 16c per
pound; pineapples. 30o and 40c eacn; grape
11 ,!i per dozen, 7cc and up; strawberries
(California). 2c per box.
Vegetables New celery, 6c a bunch;
. .. -1 r pl.i it, . a bunch; parsnips, 20c B
pick; red cabbage, 5c a pound, sweet
potatoes, per pound. 3c . cauliflow er. 1T-C
per pound: potatoes, per peck, 20c; cab
bage, per pound. 3c, turnips. 20c per peck;
pre.-n onions, 2V.-c: c arrots, 20c per peck;
EeetS, 2lc per peck; lettuce, 6c pumpkins,
lr,o, Hubbard squash. lOglSc, hothouse
b 1 luce. 6c per bunch, spinach, four
1 r.,1-1 for Z'-: . California French artl-
1 1 okes, 10c each; T'tah, Brussels sprouts,
per pound green peas, two pounds
for 25c; California string beans, 16c per
Dairy Product" Butter, per pound, 30c;
Cheese. 15c, eggs per dozen, 30-; i'.c . fancy
cheese, per pound, 25c; comb lionoy, per
comb, lc; strained honey, por pound. Hie;
Swiss cheese, per pound, 40c. Ilmburger
cheese, per pound, ; cr.-am brick civ ,
25c. Edam cheese, each, 112.'.
Fish. Black bass. 35c; salmon, IT1-:.';
mountain irout. 40c; halibut, ISc, striped
bass. 2' Mackinaw trout, 20c; codfish,
perch 12-j . sturgeon. 15c; white nsh,
i ; mountain herring. 15c; lobster. 17Vc,
1 lect oysters. 6': a quart; barracuda, pel
Dun's Review for Week.
NEW YORK. Dec 23 R C Dun &
Co.'S Wckly Review of Trado tomorrow
"Demand for holiday goods has exceed
ed expectations, but trade In staple mer
chandise is seasonably quiet. Business
conditions are satisfactory, manufactur
ing plants producing freely, except where
Insufficient water supply restricts opera
tions, and a large volume of option trnd
Ing was recorded for tho week at the
ng community exchanges Dls
patches from the leading cities are en
couraglng. Truffle returns continue fa
vorable. Railroad earnings for December
thus far exceed bust year by 7 6 por cunt
Foreign commeroe at this port during ih
last week showed increases of $i,4i6,3ijD in
exports and $2 0S5.0&S In Imports, ms com
pared v.lth the same week In 1908
"Irregularity continues in the bids mar
ket buff declining, while branded stocks
hold tlrm some pucker having contract
ed for deliver!' a up to February 1. Lim
ited receipts mulnt.iln previous advances
in foreign dry hides
'Pollutes this week numbered 2j1 In tho
United States, ogalnsl 2.S4 last year, and
32 In Canada, compared with 28 a year
New York Metals
NEW YORK. Dec. 23 The London tin
market wan somewhat Irregular with
spot at 133 5s. while futures continued
firm and closed about half a pound high
er at U2. Locally tho market was firm
in sympathy with the ciii.ies. Spot is
quoted at rmofi 29-f-O- . ,,, . .
. ooper was dull and steadily held In
i he lo. al market, hike being quoted at
16 00015.12; electrolytic at tho same fig-
nd i astlng a( 114 504fi4 75.
Th.- London market wan higher, clos
ing at 10, 7s 6d for spot and 166 10s d.
I ,.;i,l Ho' . d at J I i'fj 4.70 In the New
. rk markot, but was a littlo higher at
13 13s 9d In London.
Boelter was unchanged at 24 12h Cd in
London and at 15.76067 locally.
closed at 62s od In Glasgow nnd
it 4rs TkI In Mlddlcsboio. Locally Iron
was firm. No 1 foundry, northern, No
1 f.,niilr-. southern and No 1 do. do
ofl ,,. H7.284J17.76; No 2 foundry, south
om soft, at 516.60O17 25.
Royal Bread t pure, every loaf bears
our label with th crown. At all
grocers and fiiet-clase restaurants, I
CHICAGO. Deo 23 Opening sentiment
In tho wheat pit was rather bearish and
Initial prloea were a tntin lower. MAy
was unchanged to lc down at 81 li'o:ri UMi
After touching Jl 11 tho price of May
declined to li lUgS'l 1114 on selling by pit
traders The early heaviness was duo
largely to an easier tone nt Liverpool nnd
to fairly liberal receipts In tho northwest.
The volumo of ixudnoss was extremely
small from the start. Throughout the en
tire session hollda dullness prevailed.
During the last part of the day official
forecast of a cold wave In the west and
northwest started fair buying by shorts.
The result was a firm upward movement
of prices. The strength was well main
tained throughout the remainder of the
ncsplon May advanced to $1 12. Closing
quotations wore if tc higher at si 12V
An Improved export demand was the
main factor responsible for a firm tone in
the coin market. May closed Ito up at
Oats vsero firm Mav closed V4o up at
Provisions were steady and practically
lifeless At the close May pork was un
changed, lard was up 2',iO and ribs wero
RANGE OF LKADINO FUTURES,
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Wheat, No. 2
Pecember Ill 1 V. 1 10U 1.10ft
1.11 1.12H 1 U' 1 v:t
Job s,8H KH 94 98 H
Corn, No. 2
December , 46 4614 4574 48
May .. '. 4:.', 4'.'
July 45 46V, 46H 45T4
Oats. No 2
December 2ii4 29 r9S 29S
Ma liU Sli 31H 81H
July 3m 31 3l I16J
Mess pork, per barrel
Jimuory 12. 62 12 67 12 46 12.57V
May 12.85 12.67'., 12 77 12.67
I-ard per 100 pounds
January g( C K7'j 6 16 6
May 7 10 7.15 7 07 7.16
Short ribs, per 100 pounds
January 6.40 6 47 6.35 6 47
May 6 67 6 75 6 60 6 76
Cash quotations wero as follo-ws: Flour, easy;
winter pateuts, $5 109C 20, straights 14 SOffS ");
si rlnr; patenin, 15 0006 t-0 , straights, 4 60U
4 90. bakers', 62.70C3 60 No 2 spring wht
.'l "31 15, No 8. 9e,i it; No. S rel, 11 13VJ
1 16; No 2 corn. 16C66oj No 2 yellow, 46
V46HC No 2 eats. :Sc No. 2 white, JIo; No.
:: white, jo iy 31-3i, No. 3 rye, 73c. good fn.?d
Ing tarley, SO 38c fair to choice maltlrg. 46J
4Vc. No. 1 flaxseed, 11 li; No. 1 Northw SStSTO,
$1 :; prime timothy seed. 2 72; mft.'is
pork, per bbl . Ill 35511 4. lard, per 1"0 lbs
JC 6:tj-6 75; whisky ba-ls of high lnes, 11 24,
clover, contTax-t irra,le, 112. 7J
RECEIPTS AND SITIPMENTS
Articles Receipts ShlpmentB.
Flour. barrels 26 660 25.0'.T
Wheat, busholo , 63,090 73 4X
Corn, bushels 664.400 25.700
Outs, bushels . 136.300 186,400
Rye. bushalfl 6,000 4.900
Barlo). bushels 100,100 81 100
On the produo exchange today tho butter
morkot was. flim: creameries, K'rf27c. dairies,
16922c. I2rgs firm at niork, cases Included.
lTj21e. Chteso steady, 1 1 -Q 122c .
Pacific Coast Grain.
SAN FRANCISCO, Deo. 23 Wheat
Easier; May, 1 43; barley, easier; May,
St- Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS. Dec. 23 Wool Nominal .
medium grades combing and clothJnk' 23.'
28c; light tine 18022 Vc; heavy ilno, lfaisc;
tub washed, Xljllc
New York Stock Letter.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankors and
brokers, 6 West Second South Btreet, fur
nlnh the follejwlng stock letter and gos
slp rieclved over their private wire-
NEW YORK. Dec J3 Logan &. Bryan
Slock Letter While assuming a holiday
upp'-nrance the market has ruled strong.
There has been a good demand for Rend
ing as well as Rock Island issues, hut
there was an utter absence of selling
picssure, throughout the list. Preliminary
ertlmato of tho week s merry movement
Indicates aguln by tbo bunks of fullv
$3 0OO,i;0 W'o see nothing In the situa
tion to bring about any material decline
Ballroad earnings large and hold out
every promise of showing still further In
creases, as we mov-e along Into tho New
"Star. Reactions from tlnMi to time will
of course bo In order, but wo still feel
that thoso who will t;iUe advantage of
the sharp breaks to buy good railroad
stocks will bo well rewarded for so doing.
N t? York "Vt nlker Bros.' Stock Letter
it looks very much as If next week the.
market might have upward tendency.
New York Harrlnrian stock Letter
Market demonstrated its merit today by
slowing great strength In the faco of
n... I, rate business. With Industrial ac
tivity and railroad earnings and such a
mones market prices can not help but
New York Hutton Stock Letter While
operations In today s holiday market was
confined to professional transactions al
most entirely, tho buying of steels re
flected the s-ntlmcnt of certain hanking
Interests who feel very strong on tho
business situation for the coming year,
with the remarkably bright outlook in
the industrial WOI Id during the coming
year, we believo that higher prices will
be witnessed. Increased dividends may
bo looked for early next -nr In many
Securities and In the case of 1'nlon nnd
Southern Pacifies these stocks have not
began to discount this favorable factor.
New York Dick Stock Letter AlthouKh
very dull and merely a holiday affair, to
day's market hmi been strong throughout
and some rather noteworthj advances
were fier.rerl Short covering was largely
responsible for the strength, but buying
of good character was seen in such stocks
as C. R. 1. & P . N. Y. C and Reading.
Thoro was no news of Importance. Indl
, atlons pointed to a favorable bank state
ment tomorrow. Tho closing was fairly
strong with r.tockn at about their be3t
New York T A. Mclntyre & Co. tock
Letter The market may be compara
tively narrow and a dragging one during
next week, but after the holidays are over
and tho Wall street community gets set
tled, down to business wo expect more ac
tivity and a much beter market, as tho
underlying conditions are Indicative of a
prosperous new year In all lines of busi
ness and there Is no ground for apprehen
sion of any adverse legislation, either as
regards the tnrlff or against tho trusts
or Interstate Commeroe or the suggested
new fanglsd policy of Commissioner Qar-
f-, ,-,n h"W eorporiitlons should eondili't
their business The President and his ad
ministration, as- well as the, Congressional
body, a a whole may he relied upon to
Reo that financial Interests are not Jeop
ardized in any way by the presentation of
any new bill that would disturb the pros
pects of tho country.
Kew York Summary Americans In
London heavy, generally below parity
Opposition to seaboard reorganization
plan developing. N. Y C. buys N Y and
Ottawa Counsel considers Garfield re
port would apply to Stnnriard Oil com
pany, but not to Amalgamated or sugar.
U S. Steel will probably carry order for
SI 0 ions Into ni xt quarter Slocks plenti
ful In loan crowd BtSOl net earnings for
drat, quarter of 1805 estimated at 686,000,000
Bradstreet's Views on Trade.
NEW YORK, Dec 23 Bradstreot's tomorrow-
''Holiday trade and retnll business gen
' lully hold tho center of ills stage, who,. -sale
business and speculation In stocka
and staples qui. -ling dOWO In some lines
of industry, too. seasonable Influences
make for ijuiet, but a marked exception
Ih noted In Iron and oteel. which display
activity nnd strength and still further ad
vances on crude and finished products.
"Rdllwuy earnings (gross) am up to the
i" si of the year and exceed nil previous
periods at this time. Net returns Indlcaio
present profitable operation, about making
up for lessened earnings oa-rllor in the
year. Clearings have slumped eft from
preceding weeks' enormous totals, but
still largelj exceed returns of a year ago.
A preliminary survey Indicates close 1 1,
If not in excess of, record proportions in
holiday business, except in some p-utinns
of the South nnd tho Pacific coast-, good
collections, except at a few Southern Bnd
Western points, easy money In all direc
tions, a good volume of spring business
alreadj hooked, and tho general feeling
one of conservative optimism. Among
the metals tin and copper alono bhow
weakness. leather Is firm, despite weak
er hides, due to poor quality of offerings.
Lumber is steady and a largo consump
tion Is looked for next vear.
"The textiles show moro variance In
price ilu" mainly to the absence of epecu
latlon and large receipts dosnlio the hold
ing-back movement at the South Wool
Is strong, pupplles aj-e limited, one-i'alrd
of next year's clip Is sold In ad vane. . and
tho high cost of material makes for higher
"Prom July 1 to date the exports of
whfU aggregate 33,777, 1V7 bushels, against
88,885,550 last year, 125,720,019 in hY'2 and
140.402. W4 In 1901
"Corn exports for the -week aggregate
1. 862,590 bushels against 4M.713 last week.
.SlU. 051 a year ago. 1,508,551 In U02 and 121 -S56
"From Julv 1 to date exports of com
aggregate 18,917,902 bushels, against 27.688,
851 in 1903, 8,124,795 in lOC and 10,(tV,,?. In
CHICAGO. Dec. 23 Cattle Receipts,
8000; market strong to 10c higher; good to
prime ete--rs, 16.20 ; poor to medium,
88.4606.90; stockers and feeders. $2.2064.26;
cows, 8L85O4.50; heifer $20066.00; can
ners, t1.2r.32. 4o. bulls, 12 K64 10; calves,
Hogs Receipts. 25,000; tomorrow, 18,000
market 5c lower; mixed and butchers',
$4,254634; good to choice heavy, $4.5".
4 60; rough heavy, 84.86O4.40; light, t.o'y)
4 40 bulk of sales. 11 304. 4fi.
Sheep Receipts. 6C00, sheep, strong;
lambs, lOo higher; good to choice wethers,
$4 6t3C20; fair to choice mixed, 83.754.76.
Western sheep. $8.5006.15 j native lambs.
$r. (h67 00: Western eheep. $3 5)06.16; native
lambs, 86 0007.(0; Western lambs, $5.10
KANSAS CITY. Mo., Dec. 23 Cattle
Receipts. 2000; steady, native steers, 13. rJ!f
6,60, native cows and heifers, 81.75436.00;
stockers and feeders, $8,002)4.10; bulls $2.00
00 , calves, $3.006.50; NN estern cows,
tl 7508 50.
Hogs Receipts. 60''; strong, bulk of
sales, $4.?j4.60; hoavv. HbyfliZi; packers,
S4.4&ff-4.&; pigs and light. $3 754.60.
Sheep Receipts, lnoO; strong, muttons,
t4 0o7r5 2'. lambs, $6.0056.50, range wethers.
$4 2r.-u5.50, fed ewes. 13.7C54.50.
SOUTH OMAHA. Neb., Dec. 23. Cattle
Receipts, 900; market steady; native
"teem, $3.25i86.10, cows and helfens, 12.6W
4.10; Western steers. $3.00460, Texas
Steers. $2 767T3.75; range cows and heifers.
$2 :.', 3 65; canners, $1 Vih?T2.25; stockers nnd
feeders, I2.4(r8'4.o0; calves. $3 0eTt5.50. bulls,
stags, etc . $1.7508.75
Hogs Receipts, 7500. market stroDg;
heavv, 14 Wa.V; mixed. $4. 37 VtfcH. 40, light,
$4.4004.45; pigs, $1000-1.40; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts none.
ST. JOSEPH. Dec. 23. Cattl Receipts.
400 head; steady; natives, $3 6505.40, cows
and heifers, 8L7504.26; stockers and feed
Hogs Re-celpts, 6,700 head; steady to a
shade lower; light, $1 VTj.ff.; medium and
hra . . 14 4(KJ4.i.
Sheep Receipts, 2W head; firmer; lambs,
$6.-y; yearlings. tS.oO
New York Butter.
NEW YORK. Dec 23 Butter-Firm .
street price, extra creamery, 27'5'27ic-, of
flclnl prices, creamery, common to extra,
17': 27e, ..reamer'.', held, common to extra,
2O024c; State dairy, common to extra,
16025c; Western Imitation creamery, 160
Cheese and Eggs I nehanged.
New York Sugar.
NEW YORK, Dec 23. Sugar-Raw. '
firm; fair refining. 4So. centrifugal 9S-tem,
47c; molasses sugar. 41.c, Refined, firm,
crushed, $6.35, powdered, $5.75, granulated,
"Wasn't it dreadful I "
' Did she know it?"
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD
Notice Is hereby given that at a special
meeting of the stockholders of the Fish
Springs Mining company a corporation
Of Utah, la called and will be held at
the office of the company, Room 3() Atlas
block. West Second South street, Salt
I.ako City. Utah on Thursday, January I
12 1?0",. at 5 o'clock p m. of that day,
for the purpose of ratifying, adopting
and approving the action of the Board of
Directors of tho corporation In authoris
ing the unle and conveyance of a,i th"
mining and other property of the cor
pi i iilon granting an option to purchase
same for $10.iVi0, and Unslng the prop
erty during the Ilf3 of the agreement
.nd option A cony ot the lease, agree
ment and option Is on die with W. M
Bradley. Secretary of the company, at the
office above named and subject to Inspec
tion by any stockholder
Bv order of the Board of Directors.
FISH SPRINGS MINING CO
By John Morehouse. President
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT.
Joe Bowers Mining company Prlneipai
plae of Duol.icsB at Salt Lake City, I'tah.
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting
of the directors, held on the Sth day of
December, 1604. an assessment of one-half
(ii) cent per shnre (being assessment No. I
in was July levied on the capital stock of
the corporation, payable Immediately to
A J Gunnell secretary of the compan,
at the office of the company. No. 3 South
Main 6treet, Salt Lnke City. Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the Kth da of
January, l.v. w'll be delinquent and ad
vertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment Is made before, will bo
sold on the 24th day of January. 1905, to
pay the delinquent nssessment. together
with the cost of advertising nnd expense
of sale A. J Gl'NNEI L, Seeretai
No 88 South Main Street. Salt Lake
Cltv Utah dfl j
REDEMPTION OF CHURCH BONDS
Salt Lake City, Utah, Dee. 1, 1904. No
tice is hereby given that pursuant to ths
terms of the Itonds of the Church of
j, im Christ of Latter-day Saints. Lo
renzo Snow. Trustee In Trust, dated lo
Cember 31. W. there being sufficient
money lu the Sinking Fund for that pur
pose. ' the following described bonds of
Series A are herebv called for redemption
on the first day of January, 190G. viz .
$H Bonds Nos. 1 to 50n, inclusive ....$50,000
$600 Bonds Nos. 1 to 57, Inclusive .. 88,600
Bonds must be presented o the under
signed Trustees on or after January 3.
IK at the Deseret National bank. Salt
Lske Cltv, Uta with Coupons Nos. 13
to 28 attached, and Interest will cease on
all "above described Bonds on January 1.
LEWIS S HILLS.
I will not bo responsible for nny debts
Incurred by my wife, after Nov 30. 1D0I
GEO. W. VANCE.
F SOB ATE AND QU. RDIAUiHi
Consult County CleiV e te rencUv
a'gners for Jurther informatloa
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, In and for Salt Lake county,
Mate of Utah. -In the matter of the cs-
I " of Joseph J. Burustvood, deceased.
'l hs petition of William P. Rowc. ad
ministrator of tho estate of Joseph J
i-urnswood, deceased, for the confirma
tion of the sale of the following-described
real estate of said decedent to ,li That
certain group of mining claims known
ana described .is an undivided M interest
in the Granite lode mining claim and the
ursnlte lode mining claims numbered 1 to
14, Inclusive, sltuat- In Little Cottonwood
triln.ni; dl .i t, Salt Lake county, Utah
uiso thai certain parcel or trad "f prcp
orty situated In Alta Cltv, Salt Ijx:o
county, knwn and deserlbcd as the Oil
r Property,' for the sum cf
II 10. Go And upon the following terms. iO
v' " ' a li n...ri ..-.nbrm.ti.oii .... ;.,
from the return of sale. Died In 'his court,
' :is hi i n v. . f,,, i , ,l:t. i.-ri,ia . tl "
3(th day of December, A D 1904, at 10
p clock a. rn at the county courthouse.
In the courtroom of said cOUrt, in Salt
Lake City Salt Lake count. Utah.
itness the Clerk of said court, with
Ihi seal thereof afilxe-d. this 16th day of
December, A. D. 1904
(Seal.) JOHN JAMES, Clerk.
By David B, Davie Deputy CIerk.dl828
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Estate of Mary A. R. Cnrrington, dc
c eased. Creditors win present claims,
with vouchers, to the undersigned, at 5i -10
Progress building, Bait Lake City and
county, Utah, on or before the 20th day
Of April, A. D. 1905.
W. T OI NTEU,
Executor of the Estate of Mary A. R-
Date of first publication, December 17
A. D. 1904. dli3
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division In and for Salt Lnke coun
ty, State of Utah. In the mattrr of the
estate of Charles F. Stohl, deceased.
The petition of Gustavo H. Backman
praying for the admission to probate of
h i ei fain do. ument purporting t.. he tho
last will und testament of Charles F
Stohl. deeeased. arid for tho granting of
letters testamentary to Gustavo H. Back
man, has been set for hearing on Friday,
tho 30th day of Decemher, A. D. 1904. nt
10 o'ciock a m at xun county courthouse
In the courtroom of sohl court, at Salt
I ake City, Salt Lake county. State of
Witness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 17th day of
December, A. D 1904
Seal. JOHN JAMBS, Clerk.
Bv David B Da les Deputy Clerk
Gustavo H Backman. Attorney. dl379
Old Evergreen Mining and Tunnel com
pany, principal place of business. Salt
Lake City. Utah-Notice.
Thero la delinquent upon the following
described stock, on acr-int of assess
ment No. 7, of threo cen '.er 6hare. lev
ied October 24. 1S04. pa'j tb'.e Immediately
ami delinquent on the 21th day of No
vember. 1901. tho amount set optioslte the
names of the shareholders. 83 follows:
Cert Name. Shares Arm
ll-L U Colbath H0 8840 00
129 John T. Tanner . 94 l.gj
Therefore in accordance with law and
the orde- made by the board of directors
on the 24ih day of October. 1904, so man-,
shares of each parcel of stock as may be
necessary will bo sold at the offl e of the
secretary cf said company. No. 1T1 South
Main street. Salt Lake City, Utah, on
Saturday, the 24th day of December. 1D04.
at 12 o'clock noon, to pa the delinquent
assessment, together with the costs of
advertising and expense of sale
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PLOBATE AND GUARDIANSHIP
Consul! County Cierg or the respective
signers for further Information
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division. In nnd for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah In the matter of the
e-unte of James W. Ashman, deceased.
The petition of Marv Hannah Ashman,
administratrix of the estate of Jamts W
Ashman, deceased, prating for an order
of sale of real property of said decedent,
and that all persons interested appear be
fore the said court to show cause why
an order should not be granted to sell so
mm h ns shall be nccepsarv, of the fol
lowing ,.;s. i-iiwfi r. il esiato of said de
ceased, to wit. '
Beginning 1 rod west and 5 rods north
of the B E corner of lot 2, block 22,
plat ' F, ' Salt Lake City survey, and run
ning thence north 4 rods, thence west 4
rods I henei south I rods, the nco e &i
irdn to nine: ,f b. ginning, haa been set
for hearing on Flida.) the Win Oay of
December, A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m-.
at the .-o-inty .-.lurthouse In the court
room of said court, In Salt Lake City.
Salt Lake countv. Utah
"Witness the clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof nf fixed, this 15th day of
Deer-tuber , Li 19-1
IS -all joHN JAMBS, Clerk.
By David B Davles, Deputv Clerk.
Stephens & Smith. Attorneys for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PROBATE
division, in and for Salt Lake county.
State of Utah In the matter of the estate
of Marv E. Carter, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Maurice Groshen, pray
ing for the admission to probate of a cer
tain do, ument purporting to bo the last
will and testament of Mar E Carter de
ceased, and for the granting of letters
testamentarv to Maurice Groshen and Wil
liam A. Carter h..s be. n set for hearing
on Friday, the 50th day of December, A
D 1904, at 10 o'clock a m , at the county
courthouse, in the courtroom of said court.
In Salt Lake City, Salt Lako county.
State of Ut ;h
Wliness the Clerk of said court, with the
seal thereof al lived, this 14th day of De
cember, A. D. 1901.
Seal JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B Davles. Deputy Clerk. dll3S
W H. Biamel. attorney for petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division In and for Salt Lake coun
ty, State of I'tah Notice
In the matter of the estate of Charles
Hume, deceased The petition of Eunice
Hume, praying for the Issuanco to Utah
Bavlngs ft Trust company, a corpora
tion of loiters of administration in the
estate of Charles Hume, deceased, has
been sel foi hearing on Saturday, the 7th
day of January, A. D.. 1905, at 10 o'clock
a. m., at the county courthouse, In the
courtroom of said court. In Salt Lake
Cltv . Salt Lako county. Utah
Witness the Clerk of said court with tho
seal thereof affixed, this 21st day of De
cember, A. D . 1904
(Seal i JOHN JAMES. Clerk,
By David B Davles, Deputy Clerk.
Stephens & Smith, Attorneys for Peti
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bate division, in and for Salt Lake coun
ty. State of Utah In tho matter of the
estate) of Malachl Croke, deceased No
The petition of Thomas Marnnne. pray
ing for the admission to probate of a cer
tain document purporting to bo the last
will and testament of Malachl Croke, de
ceased, and for the granting of letterB
testamentary to Thomas Marnane, has
been sot for hearing on Saturday, the 7th
daV of Jnnuarv. A. D., Jr-3. at 10 o'clock
a. m.. at the county courthouse. In the
courtroom of gald court, In Salt Lake
City. Salt Lake county, State of Utah.
Wltr.'-eis th' i'l- rk of said court with the
seRi thereof affixed, this 21st day of De
cember, A. D., 1904.
(Seal) JOHN JAMES. Clerk.
By David B. Davles. Deputy Clerk
Thompson & Gibson, Attorneys for Pe
IN THE DISTRICT COL RT, PROBATE
division. In and for Salt Lake county,
Slute of Utah In the matter of the es
tate of Clara Z. Dooley, deceased No
The petition of George Jay Gibson, ex
ecutor "f the e.,tatc of Clara Z. Dooley,
deceased, praying for the settlement of
final account of said executor and for th
distribution of the residue of said estate
t the persons entitled has been set for
tn-arlng on Friday, the 3"th day of De
c ml" r, A. D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m , at
the county courthouse. In the courtroom
of said court, In Salt Lako City, Salt
Lake county, Utah.
Itness the Clerk of said court, with
the seal thereof affixed, this 19th day of
I " mber, A. D. I'-vd
iSeal JOHN JAMES Clerk.
By David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk
Thompson & Gibson, Attornsy for Es
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PROBATE
division, In and for Ball Lake county.
State of Utah In the matter of the estate
of Richard Gilbert, deceased. Notice.
The petition of Rl, hard M Gilbert, pray
ing for the Issuance to himself of letters
of administration, with the will annexed,
in the estate u Richard Gilbert, deceased,
has been set for hearing on Friday, tho
80tb day of December, A D 1904, at 10
o'clock a. m.. at the county courthouse. In
tne courtroom of said court. In Salt Iiko
City Salt Lake county. Utah.
V Hi-.. - in.- ' I rk of said court, with the
.-, ,i , ri of Mxi i, thl 14th d lj of De
cember, A. D. 1604.
Seal JOHN JAMES. Clerk-
Bj David B. Davles, Deputy Clerk.
e M Nielsen, Attornej for Petitioner.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT. PRO
bata division, In and for Salt Iake eoun
ty, Si lie t tab. In the matter of the
estate of Amanda M. Pierce, deceased.
The petition of Adam Spiers, executor
of the estate of Amanda M Pierce, de
, teed, praying for the settlement of
final a. i "iint of said executor and for the,
distribution of the residue of said estate
to the persons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Friday, the 30th day of De
cember A D. 1904. at 10 o'clock a. m.,
,i the county courthouse, in the court
room of said court. In Salt Lake City,
Salt Lake county, Utah
witness th clerk Ol .--.ild court, with
the seal thereof affixed this 15th day of
December. A D 1904
f'Seall JOHN JAMES Clerk.
By David B. Davles Deputv Clerk.
O H Bar kman. Attorney for Estate
IN THE DISTRICT COURT, PRO
bate division In and for Salt Lako coun
,. gtati of Utah In iho mutter of ths
estate Of James F. Woodman, deceased.
'i petition of the 1 tab Savings and
Trust company, administrator, with will
annexed of the estate of James F.
Woodman fleci ised, praying for the set
tlement of final account of said adminis
trator with will annexed, and for the
distribution of the residue of said estato
to th rsons entitled, has been set for
hearing on Wednesday the 4th day of
January. A. D. 1905. at 10 o'clock a. nr.
,,, t until courthouse, In the court
room of said court. In Salt Lake City,
Salt Lake county, Utah.
Witness the clerk of said court, with
the teal thereof affixed, this 22nd day of
December. A. D. 19M. ,
1, John JAMES Clerk
Bj David B. Davles. Deputy 'le-rk.
Zane & Sli liiglelk'W, Attorneys for Estate.
Annual Meeting of Stockholders.
The annual meeting of the stockholders
el the Keith-O'Brien company will bo
held at the office Of the company, room
.., i." L i -. Id Keith building In Salt
j ,k - Cltv Salt 1-ako county, Utah, on
Tuesday, January 17 1906, at 2 o'clock p.
m., for the election of officers and tho
transaction of such other business as
shall lawfully come before It.
10. G KIDDER. Secretary.
Salt Lake Clt), Utah, December 15.