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, SALT LAKK wmmvm, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 27, 1906. Jj II
on Exchange Is
ft Cuts Off New
fcuse a Flurry
Hjjjg. 26. The financial
Eat bare of incident
KL jn stocks was in
E, aggregate sales for
K nmaller figure than
WLl The London stock
Humc businesn, as its
HLfver until tomorrow.
Kg local market of an
nerican accounts have
Byet in the half month
Kng on there and New
Etercst in tho termina
Kuncnt and also in the
Ev oi England authori
ijsr meeting tomorrow
' of changing the dis
tt action is believed
lent on New York keep
i London gold holdings.
made n further de
a profit was indicated
i London for shipment
lit New York bankers
cm avniling themselves
lity and the opinion
;jtle ulterior conse
onld flow from such ac
medient. Prices were
Bee in the early deal
are. The market was
rgent pressure of liqui
re was sufficient out
tlerest to affect prices
lion. The monc- mnr
sd tranquil during the
i cent the rate ran off
ijnd it was onlv late
berate rose again. Tho
inds to be met by the
fo effect the Janunry
obfcdly had a restrnin
rlet activity'. The to-
aircments run from
lilting from a canvass
oritics. It is not ex
'drain will be met wiih
fche money market and
Iks apparently prefer
ftil the reflux of these
arket begins to make
of Secretary Shaw in
Kvitablc effect of caus
eed assistance for the
j the Treasury Depart
eceived no official sanc-
Icasury had commenced
caah reserves of the
Effect of the Trcasurj
belnET exhausted. There
ip New York exchange
a return flow of cur
interior is expected to
jtk subscription rights
ijen recently were af
rit of the Minnesota
io to enjoin the new
:stocks showed depres-i-snd
rtiolo list. It has been
hasty method which
M of St. Paul stock had
iding of threatened pro
?nd. The early strength
fly in these stocks in
rp declines would have
buying of Amalgamated
ijtij the advance in the
P'Anacondn The break
kh and the rise in call
Withe whole market, but
il rally and a stroug
'Jrweular. Total sales.
'londs were unchanged
Flour and Grain.
j)ec 2G Flour Receipts,
5ort8. 1833 barrels; sales,
foil, about ateadv.
te.U8,000 bushels; sales,
'.futures; Bpoi. easy. No.
(evator; No. 2 red. SOic
. Northern "Duluth, i'OQc
.'Jo. 2 hard winter. SI 8c
cTne wheat market wns
Wsy all days, closing lc
WK'tr. Bearish Argentine
J most of the selling.
.17 or Professional ac
fjuilfd No. 2 red May.
!!M!c: July, S3Jc, closed
P? Grain Supply.
SSi 26 The visible sup
"oy, December 22. as
pffcTork produce ex"
bushelB; increase. H,
uslieis; Increase. 231.000
ushels; Increase, 720,000
liels; Increase, 109,000
bushels: decrease, 709.-
EmJo&F and clothlner, 23
KC3:7fceaVy flne' "
Aerlaln'B Cough Eem
otber medicine manufac
Fl'QCeived so much praise
ipreasions of gratitude
Cough Remedy. It is
gpapt relief follows its
fJPrent3 everywhere do
tify to its merits for
g'cw. u is a certaia
SJ wi" Prevent tho at
rJ tho first appearance of
W.8 cipccially adapted to
Pa8ant to take and
filn! ?0Wn rcsi(lent and
g0a South Africa, says:
Vnff CrlaSa's C"l'K
teounVuS 'I"11 COl,S "
Jjt T 11 to be very sat
jjVRVves mo pen8ure to
fl-0r eale by all lead-
METAL MARKET STEADY;
Advance Is Made Despite the
Fact That London Exchange
f v Silver.
t York 69 w I
t x. SUvar. c 1
v cw ork Exch...$2S.2523.50
v Lead. " 4.
f A ew York Exch , . . . . $6.006.25
yORIV,.,De.c- 26. Metals steady.
nlnin??di,Ti.8im cil?nd'. T here closed
21 points higher, at 5-J2.7042.S5.
9??f?S?9i nw?s s,tronS and higher: lake.
?23.o024.00: electrolytic, $23.5023.75
L.end was firm, ranging- from 6.00 to
$6.25, according to dellverv.
Spelter Firm; S6.C06.70.
Iron In fair demand and prices hold
steady; iso. 1 foundry Northern, $25.26
2 foundry Northern, $24.75R
ZZ-l'' h' 1 foundry Southern, S25.50&
2j.-o0; No. 2 foundry Southern, S25.00
OloBing Stock LiBt.
1 Sales.l H. L. Clse"
Adams Express , 200
Amalg'd Copper ..... 53,100 1131 112 118J
Amor Car & F. 900 42i 41 '42i
preferred 200 101 101 101
Amer Cotton Oil , 31
preferred ..... 88
American Express 235
A H & L. pfd 28
American Ice 6.000 89 SO 68
Amer Linseed OH 16
Amor Locomotive ... ' 200 72 711 71g
Amer Sm & Rcf 900 149J 14Si 1188
preferred 1.100 1131 112 112a
Amer Sugar Ref 2,800 131J 131 1315
Am Tob. pfd cert 96
Anaconda Mln Co... iS.SOO 288i 283i 2S6i
Atchison 7,300 1018 100S 101
preferred 100 101 1011 100fc
Atl Coast Line 1,100 131J 131s 1311
Bait & Ohio 800 llSj 118J US?
Brooklyn R T 7,900 793 771 721
Canadian Pacific 3,300 1831191 19H
Cent of New Jersey 210
Clies & Ohio 500 06 55i 551
Chi Great Western.. 300 171 171 171
Chi & Northwestern. 1,400 194 192 1921
Chi Mil & St Paul... 15,900 150 147 14S1
Chi Term & TranB 9
C C C & St L 88
Colo Fuel & Iron..,.. 9,600 531 62 512
Colo &. Southern 600 361 36 35f
1st preferred .,, 67
2nd preferred 500 553 561 551
Consqlldnted Gas .... 900 13S 138 1371
Corn Products 4,300 2UJ 20? 211
preferred 500 Sll 811 81
Del Sc Hudson 500 218B 2168 2171
Del L & "West 200 515 515 515
Denver & Rio G 41
preferred 100 S33 S33 S3
Distillers' Secur.. .. 1,600 691 681 691
Erie ... 1,900 42J 42) 421
1st preferred , 75
2nd preferred 500 651 641 641
General Electric .... 400 1571 1563 1563
Hocking Valley 126
Illinois Central 16S
Intern'l Paper 200 18 17J 171
preferred 200 801 801 80
Intern'l Pump 400 371 37 37
preferred 100 803 803 79
Iowa Central 28
preferred . , 48
Kan City Southern 281
preferred 200 69 591 59i
Louis &. NaBhvllle... 1.300 1421 1411 1421
Mexican Central 3,200 271 26a 27
Minn i St Louis 100 59 J 591 58
M St P & S S M 200 140 140 140
Missouri Pacific .... 2,600 931 92g 923
Mo Kan & Texas 800 41 403 40J
National Lead , 1,600 713 691 70
N R R of M pfd 56
New York Central... 6,100 1291 1288 1291
N Y Ont & West -168
Norfolk & Western.. 300 91 903 90
North American 200 SS S73 81
Pacific Mall 500 38 37 38
Pennsylvania 18,100 137i 1361 137?
Pcople's Gas 1,700 97 90S 961
P C C & St Louis 78
Pressed Steel Car... 800 531 52 523
Pullman Palaco Car
Reading 151.300 1315 129J 1315
1st preferred 100 901 901 90
2nd preferred i; ?0
Republic Steel 800 3S 3.1 JS
preferred 600 961 961 961
Rock Island Co 1.300 291 29 29
St L & S F 2d pfd "16J
St L Southwestern... 200 241 24 24
preferred ......... 100 591 "91 oSl
Southern Pacific .... 15,100 92 91 911
preferred 200 1198 1191 1191
Southern Railway ... 1,400 321 32 32
preferred 100 941 9dl 94
Tenn Coal & Iron .... ljn
Texas & Pacific 300 361 35 35
T St L & West 100 331 331 31
preferred ......... 200 o31 53 53
Union Pacific 76,100 180 1783 1791
U 3 Express ij
U S Rubber.."!!! !i 006 501 ob'i 501
preferred , 300 1071 1061 106j-
L S Steel 31.400 4il 463 iik
b preferred 1.700 1031 1083 103J
Va Car Chemical 500 36 3na 3t3
prefaerr?d fgg S 1?9 "ill
Preferred .".'.."!!!! 100 383 3S5 3S1
Wells-Fargo Express. 100 296 296 290
Westlngh Electric ... -
Western Union 100 831 K3 64
Wheeling & L Brie "5
Wisconsin Central .... -t
nrpferred 1 484
Northern Pacific .... 43.800 1871 1791 1S2
Central Leather -
preferred 400 991 99 98?
Great Northern' pfd! ! " 11. 400 isj'jiM' 1781
Intern'l Metal 1.500 34i 341 o4a
preferred 1 200 18 73
Total sales for the day, 607,S0 shares.
Iron Trade Eoviow.
CLEVELAND. O.. Dec. 26. The Iron
Trade Review tomorrow will say;
"Tho close of the year, which has been
one of the most wonderful prosperity, is
marked by great activity In all furnaces
and mills. The slackening of operations
usually characteristic of the holiday sea
son Is not noticeable this year, except
when Insisted upon by employees or when
made absolutely necessary for repairing
Purposes. A few mills are cosed, but
the rule Is to operate to the full extent.
1 Not a few Eastern and Virginia fur
naces .which were slow In making their
contracts for ore. are becoming alarmed
fo? fear that they will not be able to
operate continuously during the coming
year, which promises to bo an exceedlngl
busy one. There Is much hinulry In nil
pnrts of the country for Iron for future
delivery, and Indications are that there
will be a heavy buying movement ear
In the vear. Eastern furnaces have sold
heavlvwlthln a few daj-B. and some now
announce that they are sold up to theii
full capacity through the third quartet or
1907. There have been further largo coles
of basic In the Eastern territory for tho
last half of 1907. bringing the total of the
past two weeks up to fully 100.000 tons.
Southern pig iron is still advancing in
price, and premiums could easily bp ob
tained for prompt delivery, but railroad
conditions continue unfavorable.
"The recent efforts of representatives 01
structural mills to add their book con
tracts are shown In considerable Increase
In business, and specifications on con
tracts are heavy. Plnte mills are so
crowded thnt few or them can accept
orders for deliveries short of three
months. The principal producer of sheets
nnd tin plate is far behind on Its deliv
eries. Ad-ances In quotations mi these
products are likely to come at any time.
An advance on botl) merchant pipe r.ud
boiler tubes is announced'
MARKET IS QUIET
Delayed California Shipments
Finally Arrive After the
Rnsh Is Over.
PRICES OP VEGETABLES
TAKE LITTLE TUMBLE
Everything Plentiful in Line of
Fruit. Fish, Poultry
Several .carloads of supplies that should
have arrived here for the Christmas
trade were not received until Wednesdav,
the delay being caused by a shortage of
cars. RaBh & Co. received a car of
sweet potatoes Wednesday, after many
days of waiting. All kinds of California
vegetables were also received Wednesday
and are now selling at much lower prices
than before Christmas.
The fruit market Is In good condition.
Bananas, which wore scarce In tho early
part of the week, are now plentiful, Bell
ing at 25 cents a dozen; oranges at prices
ranging from 20 to 50 cents a dozen;
lemons, 25 and 30 cents a dozen: applos,
?1.00 and S1.G0 a box.
Fish was onco more in demand on
Wednesday, salmon selling at 17J cents
a pound; halibut, 15 cents: smelts, 15
cents; catfish, 20 conts; crabs, 26 cents
each; lobsters, 05 and 75 cents oach.
Eastern oysters are plentiful, soiling at
60 centa a quart; small Olyrapla oysters
can bo had tor SO conts a quart. A largo
shipment of smoked salmon and finnan
haddle was rocelvod by the Crabtreo
Produce company Wednesday, which Is
selling at 15 and 17 cents a pound.
The hay. grain and Hour market re
mains the same. The following are tho
latest quotations; Timothy hay, S18 per
ton. alfalfa, S15 per ton; feed wheat.
S1.50 per 100: oat straw, 40 cents per
bale; oats, $1.66 per 100; rolled oats,
$1.45; corn, SI. 16; chopped corn, $1.36;
rolled barley. $1.40; high patent flour.
$2.00; straight grade, $1.70; bakers' No.
CHICAGO, Dec. 26. Cattle Receipts.
17.000; market 10c higher; beeves, $4.10
6.90; cows and heifers, $1.65gT5.15; stock
ers and feeders, $2.50(8)4.80; Texans, $3.75
4.50; Western's, $3.906.40; calves, $6.00
Hogs Receipts 20,000; market 10c high
er; mixed and butchers', $6.106.50; good
heavy. ?6.306,471: rough heavy, $6.00
6.20; light. $2.006.421; pigs. $6.606,30.
bulk of sales, $6,30f36,45.
Sheep Receipts 18,000, market 10c
higher;- sheep, $3.755.S0; lambs, $4.75
OMAHA, Dec. 26 Cattle Receipts.
2000, market active and stronger; native
steers, $3.756 25, cows and helfera, $2 60
4 50; Western steers, $3.255.25, can
ncrs, $1.75(32.65 ; Btockers and feeders,
$2.754,60; calves, $3.006.00; bulls and
stags. $2 004.00.
Hogs Receipts 4000; market 5 to 10c
higher; heavy. $6106.20: mixed, $6.15
6.20, light. $6.206.30; pigs, $5,25G.00;
bulk of sales, $6 156.20.
Sheep Receipts 5000: market strong to
10c higher; yearlings, $5. 50 6. 15; wethers.
$5.005.50; ewes, $4.505.2o; lambs, $6.50
KANSAS CITY, Dec. 26. Cattle Re
ceipts 5000; market strong; native stoers.
$4.25 6 75; native cows and heifers, $2.00
5.10; stockers and feeders, $2.754.50.
bulls, $2 254.00, calves, $3.007.00,
Western fed steers. $3.505.50; Western
fed cows. $2.254.00.
Hogs Receipts 9000: market 5 to 7Jc
higher; bulk of sales, $6.306.37i; heavy.
$6.366.421; packers, $6.306.40; pigs and
Sheep Receipts 6000; market strong to
10c higher, muttons. S4.506.75; lambs,
?6.257.60: range wethers. ?4.506.50; fed
ST. JOSEPH, Dec. 26. Cattle Re
ceipts 1400; market steady; natives, $4.50
7.00; cows and heifers, $2.254.60;
stockers and feeders. $3.254.00.
Hogs Receipts 3500; market 5 to 10c
higher; top. $6,421; bulk, $6.3256.37i-
Sheep Market nominal.
Now York Money,
NEW YORK, Dec. 26. Prime mercan
tile paper, 6fil per cent.
Sterling exchange, heavy, with actual
business In bankers' bills at S4.82.S5
4.S2.90 for demnnd and at $4.77.754.77.S0
for sixty-day bills.
Posted rates, $i.794.791 and $4.84
Commercial bills, S4.7714.778.
Mexican dollars, 538c.
Government bonds, steady; railroad
Money on call, firm. G91 per cent:
ruling rate, 8 per cent: closing bid, 6 per
cent: offered at 7 per cent.
Time loans, dull and strong; sixty and
ninety days, S per cent; six months, 01
per cent. ,
WASHINGTON, D. C . Dec. 26. To
dav's statement of the treasury balances
In "the general fund shows: Available cash
balance, $236,493,239. gojd coin and
bullion, $102,920,393; gold certificates, $57,-817,030.
New York Fruit Market.
NEW YORK, Dec. 26. Tho market for
evaporated apples continued rather easy,
owing to liberal offerings for future ship
ment; fancy 991c; choice, 318jc; and
Prunes aro In moderate demand, quota
tions ranging from 3c to 9c for California
fruit. . , .
Apricots nnd peaches are unchanged.
Raisins re In moderate demand, with
prices steady. Loose muscat uls, 7J81c;
seeded raisins. 710c; fancy London lay
New York Sugar.
VEW YORK. Dec. 26. Sugar Raw.
steady: fair refining. 3 l-lfi3 3-32c; cen
irlfUKal. -96-test. a 9-lC3 19-32c: mo
lasses sugar. 2 13-16 2 27-32c; refined,
quiet; crushed. $5.60; powdered. $4.90;
New York Produce.
NEW YORK, Dec. 20. Butler Steady ;
street prices, extra common, 32J33c; of
ficial prices, State dairy common to firsts,
Cheese Quiet, unchanged.
Eggs Dull, unchanged.
MINNEAPOLIS. Dec. 2C. Wheat De
cember. 703c; May. 79ic: July. iVic; No -hard
I 79Z0 8Olc: No. 1 Northern, 7Si
No. 2 Northern, 76?.7Glc; No. S
0GDEN AND RETURN $1.10
Via D. & It. G December 24, 2fi, 31,
via January 1, 2.
Tickets good returning January 7,
Five daily trains each way.
Half RateB for Xmas Holidays.
Salt Lake Route. All points in Utab,
Vevada. Tickets sold December 24.
; 11 January J. Limit for-return,
January 7. Ask the ticket agent.
BEARISH TONE IN
CHICAGO WHEAT PIT
Realizing Sales in December
Delivery Cause Weakness
in Other Options.
CHICAGO, Dec. 26. The realizing sales
In tho December delivery developed In
the last half of the session and caused a
decline of about lc a bushel In the price
of that option. Other months wore weak
ened by thlB break, but the declines were
of much smaller proportions. There
seemed to bo small reason for the selling,
except tho approach of the end of tho
month, when deliveries will be required.
A decline In the price of whoat at Minne
apolis also depressed the local market.
At the opening the feeling was steady
bocause of covering by shorts. Sentiment,
however, soon became bearish because of
an easier tone In corn and oats, and tho.
selling In December added to the. weak
ness. The market closed easy. May
opened unchanged to c lowor, at 773c to
77Kc, sold at 78c and declined to 778c.
Final quotations wero a shade lower, at
The corn market was firm early In the
day on a fair demand by cash houses for
December and May. Late in the day sen
timent became bearish because of tho
probability of large receipts tomorrow.
Tho market closed easy. May a shade
down, at 43A4Slc.
RANGE OK THE LEADING FUTURES.
Articles. Open. High. Low. Close.
Decembor .. 741 741 731 738
May 77J 7S 77ft 775
December .. 411 411 -11 H
May ,43S 431 43i 431
July 43J 43i 133 432
December .. 333 332 33B 331
May 35X 361 35J 35
July 338 332 331 331
Mess Pork, per barrel
January ....16.45 16.45 16.05 16. OS
May .17.021 17.02S 10.55 " 16.55
Lard, per 100 lbs.
July ... 0.525 9.521 9.371 9-371
December .. 9.25 9.25 9.05 9.05
January 9.35 9.35 9.15 9.15
May 9.50 0.50 9.271 9.271
Short Itlbs, per 100 lbs.
January .... 8.75 8.771 8.60 S.60
May 9.071 9.071 8.821 S.821
July 9.10 9.121 S.95 S.9ii
Cash quotations wore as follows: Flour,
firm; No. 2 spring wheat, 79c; No. 3, 71
Sic; No. 2 red. 73!74ic: No. 2 corn. 44c;
No. 2 yellow, 45146c: No. 2 oats, 33ic;
No. 2 white, 352c; No. 3 white, 34235ic:
No. 2 rye,. 62c; fair to choice malting bar
ley. 4851c; No. 1 flax seed. $1.13; No. 1
Northwestern, $1.20; prime timothy seed,
$4. 35 4. 45; clover, contract grades. $13.75;
short ribs, sides (loose), $8.25S 75. mess
pork, per barrel. $15.50; lard, per 100
pounds. $9.05; short clear sides (boxed).
$9.259.371; whiskey, basis of high wines,
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles. Receipts. Shipments.
Flour, barrels 46.700 37.500
Wheat, bushels 77,000 15,800
Cora, bushels ........ .712,800 125.300
Oats, bushels 390,000 201.700
Rye. bushels 13.000 6.000
Barley, bushels 102,300 29,100
On the produce exchange today the but
ter market was steady; creameries. 22
31c; dairies, 2027c; eggs, steady at
mark, cases Included. 2124c: firsts, 24c;
prime firsts, 26c; extras. 28c; cheese,
SUIT FOR COMMISSION
Tuttle Bros. Claim 82,000 of John Con
nelly for Selling Property.
Tuttlo Bros., reaf estate men, brought
suit in tho District court Wednesday to
collect $2000 commission, alleged to be
duo from John Connelly on the sale of
lot 6, block 53. plat A. which, It Is
claimed, was consummated on November
30. this year.
TfQUARTER SIZE COLLARO?
kd 15 cents each: two for 25 cents
Special Sale on
for one week
65c a Pair 1
Every Glove Guar
anteed. daytofj mm CO.
Second S. and State Sts,
"See Our Window."
Rooms 9 and 10 Eagle Block
DAY AND EVENING SESSIONS.
Under personal management of an ex
perienced train dispatcher. Positions
nuarantced. Terms, 510 per month.
EEr LAKE C1TT.
No, 10 For Heber, Provo andi
Marysvale 8:00 a. m.
No. 112 For Bingham 8;10 a. m.
No. 102 For Park City 815 a. ia.
No. C For Denver and East. 8:50 a. m.
No. 11 For Ogden 10:25 a. m.
No. 5 For Ogden and West. 10:35 a. m.
No. 1 For Ogden and West. 1:45 p. m.
No. 113 For Bingham 3.00 p. m,
No. 2 For Denver and Ea3t. 3.50 p. m.
No. S For Provo nnd Eu
reka , 5:10 p. m.
No. 13 For Ogden 6:00 p. m.
No. 4 For Denver and East. 8:00 p. m.
No. 3 For Ogden and West. 11:10 p. m.
ARRIVE SALT LAKE CITY.
No. 6 From Ogden and West 8:40 a. m.
No. 12 From Ogden 9:50 a. m
No. 7 From Tlntic and
Provo 10:00 a. m,
No. 5 From Denver and
East 10 -.25 a. m.
No. 113 From Bingham ...... 10j50 a.m.
No. 1 For Denver arid East. 1:35 p. m,
No. 14 From Ogden 2:10 p.'m.
No. 2 From Ogden and West 3:40 p. m.
No. 101 From Park City 5:15 p. m.
No. 115 From Bingham 6:40 p. m.
..o. 9 From Kober. Provo
and Marysvale .... 5M5 p.m.
No. 4 From Ogden and West 7:50 p. m.
No. 5 From Denver and
East ....11:00 pt m.
All trains except Nob. 1, 2, 3, 4. 5, 6,
11 and 20 stop at intermediate points.
Ticket office, Dooly block. 'Phone 205.
I. A. BENTON, G. A. P. D.
No. 4. From Oeden, Chicago,
Omaha, St, Louis, Ivanss
Oity and Denver 6:15 x. m.
No. 8 From Ogden, Portland,
Eutte and San Francisco.... 8:30 a. m.
No. 0 From Ogden and Inter
mediate points 0:30 3- m-
No. 12 From Ocdon. Cache
Valley, Malnd. Park City and
Intermediate points 11:45 a. m.
No. 18 From Chicago, Omaha,
Ogden and othor points Gl25 p. m.
No. 2 From Ogden and San
Francisco 4:10 p. m.
No. 10 From Ogden, Lopan.
nuttr, Portland and San
Francisco 7:35 p. m.
No. 5 For Ogden, Omaha, Chi
cago, Denver, Kanaas City,
St, Louis and Park City.... 7:10 a. m.
No. 7 For Ogden. Logan,
Portland, Butte, San Fran- .
cIsco and intermediate
points 10:30 a. m.
No. 1 For Ogden, Omaha, Chi
cago, Denver, Kansas City,
St. Louis and San Fran
cisco .... 1:30 p. m.
No. 11 For Ogden. Cacho
Valloy, JIalad. Echo nnd
intertnedinto points 4:10 p. m.
No. 17 For Ogden, Omaha,
Chicago and other points.... 5:55 p. m.
No. 2 For Ogden, Denver,
Kansas City, Omaha, St.
Louis and Chicago 6:05 p. m.
No. 9 For Ogden. Butte, Hel
ena. Portland, Ely, Nov., San
Francisco and Intexmodiato
points ' 11:45 p. m.
D. E. BURLEY, G. P. A.
Dl S. SPENCER. A. G. P. A.
City Ticket Office, 201 Main street.
Note. The train numbers shown above are
Oregon Short Lino train numhors and do not
apply to the Southern Pacific west of Ogden
or tha Union Paciflo cast thereof.
Curront Timo Table.
LOS ANGELES LIMITED. .6:45 P.M.
LOS ANGELES EXPRESS.. 9:00 P.M.
For Garfield 7:00 A.M.
For Stockton and Tintie ... 7:45 A.M,
For Nepbi nnd Sanpete 8:00 AM.
For Garfield 3:00 P.M.
For Nophi and Utah county 4.-50 P.M.
For Nophi and Lynn 8:30 P.M.
For Garfiold 11:00 P.M.
LOS ANGELES LIMITED.. 5:35 P.M.
LOS ANGELES EXPRESS. 6:30 A.M.
From Garfield D:05 A.M.
From Lynn and Nophi 9:50 A M,
From Sanpete and Nephi... 1:30 P.M.
From Nephi and Utah county 5:45 P.M.
From Garfield 5:50 P.M.
Fron Tintic and Stockton... 6:00 P.M.
From Garfield 1:00 A.M,
Saves 500 miles to Los Angclos.
Now roulo to Bullfrog.
J. H. BTJRTNER, Dist. Pass. Agt-,
169 S. Main St. 'Phones 1986.
THE LAGOON ROAD
Salt Lakfl and Ogden Railway.
Eimon Hamburger, President and General
Time Table In effect September 4, 1000:
LEAVE SALT LAKE, 5,50 and Oam,
1:30. 4:30 and 6:30 p. m.
LEAVE LAYTON FOR SALT LAKE, 7
and 10:15 a. m.. 2:45. 6 and 7:45 p, m.
FOR TOILET AND BATH.
Fingers roughened by needlework
catch every stain and look hopelessly
i dirty. Hand Sapolio rcmovos not only
i tho dirt, but ulso the loosened, injured
j cuticle and restores the fingers to their
1 AMQUJTELV P4JBE
The IMiiUBliailMj Company
Combining Electric Light, Thermostatically Regu- 9
Med Steam Meat and Water Power Development m
Our big steam power olectric plant now under construction at fiP
First South and Third West streets will go into commission during
the month of February, 1907. aa
If you use electric light, or power, you will bo iuterestcd in our Ih
SaSS Lake Public Service Company
THE ILLUMINATING COMPANY, M
Newell Block, K
Has Removed to 28 W. Third South St., Rooms 1, 2, 3. H
THE KNOWLEDGE OF DISEASE jli
IS HALF ITS CURE. jM ;
IT ALL YOU WHO ARE IN NEED OF A SPECIALIST WILL CALL ON MB J
FIEST SOV WILL NOT HAVE SO utANY D0070E BILLS TO PAY. ' i IB
! vate DlBeaaoB. Just call and 1 5ui
4 DOCTORS WHO CURE I I
CATARRH and all cnrablo chronic disoases of the ,!fS
Ears. Nose, Throat. Stomach. Lhcr, Kidneys. Bladder
and Bowels, Heart DUctac, Skin Dlsoasei, Deafness, Fits, i-'!
Chorea, Rheumr.tlcm, Piles, Rupture, Lost Manhood, Varl- J
cocclc, Gonorrhoea, Syphilis, Proatatic Troubles, and all ; j
Chronic Norvous and Prlvato Diseases of Men, Women. 'ti
and children. 31 a treatment or S15 for a euro for Ca- i rj
tnrrhal Diseases, $5 a month; medicines freo for all
chronic diseases I', 5
P CONSULTATION FREE I '
Drs. Shores' Evo Department tor the quick cure of all Eye Diseases and for the I ' f jt
propor fitting of glasses la unexcelled, being in charge of a Specialist on tho Eye of P -j
V 27 years' standing. Consultation and' Advice Free. I I : c
A Special Department for Men. ' m
I Drs. Shores have a Special Department exclusively for tho trentment Rnd cure I IS.
fi of all Privato Diseases of Men, whether caused by ignorance, excesses or contagion. H I W
I Youns men -who have been led astray hy had companions middle-aged men ho IJ . ljm
have gono to excesses old men who find their sexual vigor gone -unfortunates who m MlJ
I havo contraetod diseases the victims of Blood Poison and nil others who need the g ;C
I counsel and aid of experienced and kindly physicians, aro cordially invited to consult g . &
I this deportment and bo advised FREE OF CHARGE. rT,rT,rrc, ,, . . , I 1 .ifl
H So suro is the euro under DRS SHORES' MODERN METHODS in all Private Sff
1 Diseases, that you may arrango to pay tho fco for cure in s mall weekly or monthly H imL
I installments, as the euro progresses, or you may PA WHb.N UUKfcU. M
R DRS. SHORES Don't advertise "rates" for any fifflf I I M
H "single uilmcnt" and then charge you ten times as much V"S.iTav tt I i
as the amount advertised because the case is "comph- jt&3 1 . fl
H catcd." Drs. Shores leave that to thfl "Fake Medical 7 i&SB '
U Institutes." Drs. Shores guarantee that one fee pays C, ;2WR I 1
I for ALL your nilmcnts if they troat your case and that . jjH I I I
the feo for a CORE will bo cheaper than you can be rj I ' I
1 cured for elsewhere. Drs. Shores also furnish your med- fri riiffyi'l 9 i 1 I
J lcines FREE there is no "hold up" for "Medicines 1 I 1
R after you have arranged the fee. Quacks and Fakirs resort JMMW' ffi j ' "
to such tricks to rob the unwary but Legitimate Spe mmSBafB I !' r
cialists abhor and denounco them. JEcSSi I U ' '
nj Beware of any fakir who hides behind a "fake Medi- '5SfiiB5v R if t
ID cal Institute" because ho dare not advertise under his tSP2p II '
l own name. There must be a reason for it. M fj ' j
I Homo Trcatmem Cures. Write for Free Symptom List an. n. w. raonrs. I )'
1 If vou cannot call. Consultation free. M JK(:
H OFFICE HOURS: 0 a. m. to 5 p. m.; Evenings, 7 to 8; Sundays and holidays 10 1
j Drs. Shores & Shores, Expert Specialists, 249 Sff uakS'ciSruVah j - ' 'i
Our Fee Only $10.00 1 I
Wc will cure any single imconrplicated case (except 8 i ffl
Blood Poison) during the month of December for , jl- j
I $10.00. We want every sick man to be made! l
j well and strong. Come now and be cured. Don't de- j l
lay. Avail yourself of this Special Offer while it j l
j lasts. This is no false or misleading proposition. We j J
mean what we say. J J '
Come to Me and be Cured of J . I '
' BLOOD POISON lljr
m VARICOCELE S 1
I M m V,TAL DEBBLITY J
In Wk STRICTURE ,T
4 MS 'cs Eistula and ALL : j j
ffi Blood Diseases of 1 j to
My ability, modorn methods and reasonable 1 lll
'u'' charges bofora placing your case elsewhere B ' fl
j DR. COOK'S
SCIENTIFIC. CERTAIN AND COMPLETE CURE FOR 1 jllttl
M Melancholia, Weak Trcm- "BPS u,NlBhi' .ftUd Wea5t. "am fT R IIS! '
bles. Varicocele Excos. 0?i"nc B-aok' DlBc1 (A H U Sllffl '
slve drinking, Exposure Kldneya, Innamod Pros. M f Niff
Ovorwork and Worry, Had vi Doapondont, Lack H A M bl 'Ij-fi
Produdng Brain Fag, 91 oi JV, Ambition and M fAI
Lost Vigor, Manly De- If m 5ir?.aBth Poor Memory, H W mx
cllno and Malo Weak- M J Hollow.Byod, Face Pirn- H Vf W ;
noss, Lost Manhood. JmM plos and Dark Circles Wm
, Weak, Nervous, Eostless Under Eye Ug j
j PIPOKTANT I will euro you for less money than you can bo treated for by any I I J ! I
i otho specialist iu Salt Lake. You may have to come to me sooner or later in order I Z t 1
j to bo properly curod: why not before you have loa your money iu doctorlnir with VI
i cheap, unskilled npcclslistB? jl I
j CURE OR NO OKAROE ABSOLUTELY NO CHARGE UNLESS SATISFAC i)
i TION IS GIVEN. Every patient is given a wrltteu guarantee to refund every dollar ill
paid for scrvicon if they do not receive a complete, llfo-long cure and outlra aatisfac Mi' ;
' CONSULTATION" FREE, CONFIDENTIAL nnil INVITED. A personal, thorough Sfii!
and Bcatching examination is required, though if no convenient to call, wrlto me a full -i 11 I
I deacripKin of your trouble. Offlco hours: 0 a. m. to S p. m., except Sundays, from -Jli
; We Make No Extra Charge for Medicine I M
COOK MEDICAL CO. 1
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161 Meighn St. !
Modern Plumbing and House v I
Heating. I j !
GEO. G. D0YIE & CO. ' flf';!.
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