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J THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, MARCH 3, 1909. 9
'General Belief That Red Metal
Notfl Will Gain on a Good Wait
m ing Demand.
u,l still market feature
Buyers of Stocks Profess to Be
ci?lvEncouraged by Dawn of New
'.M NEW YORK. March 2.-A contest for
,dl; advantage between the professional fac
7Wi Hons In the speculation mnde up the
3 stock market almost altogether todaj.
party Another advance In the price or rennua
S copper, both in London and at he New
ulf S ! Yo melal exchange, was
'AH confirmatory of reports '"f0t,ca"
3.1 demand. The convlctioi is strong t at
when the decline In the metals lias
glan$ reached its limit there will bo a lace
' waiting demand developed which v.ui
M that thc 8 ci In prices had brought ou t
bl"t some orders, but the amount was de
? k! dared to be small, The effect on sentl
tesMf : me it was offset by the noccmnttf
sS: the posting of wage reductions n the
nlsfi Larkawanna Steel works at Bunaio. tnc
news having a somewhat ominous effect.
Hit The wage question received additional
JonMderation by reason of the statement
i J: published In "behalf of the anthracite op
iTBf i pratore The refutation offered of the
1 ctauS? fonnulated by the ofs
it bSi ' evidently an announcement of a refusal
gSi oedaW of Erie was due
si' to the application to the public service
lo, H cSmmlss"on for modification of the terms
..f&' permitted for tho Prosed liondMss uc.
The Union Pacific ami .b0UVrnTnf.farv
aKf net earnings statements or &?f?e
il7 ' voro utilized to push a rally, but tnc
&nl movement was toW without entJuBl-
.JV The small sain In gross earnin0t
3' Sfnlon Wc lfc and the actual decrease
M for Southern Pacific offer nuesUonablo
a85l cround of satisfaction. In view of tho
Vast severe depression of earnings last year.
PiS comparison Is made. The
.ruy) rf,iuctlon n operating cost, nlbo, v,as
Mf more moderate than for somo recent
mglSl months. Excepting a fow southern rail-
letff S the roads thus far reporting show
dltg an Increase in the expense Item com-
ssm nved with January of last year. lth
uftf corresnondlng mod ficatlon of the ln-
nwL'f c?eP?r? net earnings. This Increase In
:!Bi evnenses In several cijscs was so consld-
&t erablc as to overwclgh the gross increase
.BlaT and make the net return less than even
, the meager return of January of last
TB : "car Canadian Pacific. Chicago &
n Northwestern and Missouri. Kansas &.
-J Texas wern cases In point.
S Strength In individual minor stocks was
fl fil a sustaining Influence In the later mar-
ft I kot. Hopeful expectations of the liom-
Cf Ing administration were also professed
M bv the professional buyers of stocks.
v Wds were steady. Total sales, par
' aU value. $3,580,000. , .
United States bonds were unchanged
'Wv I re? g coulOli SffiVaiar 55s. gl
pM U S 3s reg 10oHagan ft ??.
7m u s 3s cou ioi iin n oA'o;;"
in it c jk rpsr no Jap -its 2d scr.. 32
leM'VJr 1? Hf. Uvan C So 1st 3s. T-J 4
Amyr Agrl 5s... OOg Vl K & T it 95
Am T - T c Is. 95 J J 1st s. an.
Amor Tob is... 7G 111 IiLi oi
Amor Tob Cs. . .10CJ palc 4s Sl 1
Atch gen 4s...,.inilp5c"1c.J8--" hi i
Ate?, !L4sSl 4"-i9oH g !
. L in2t x Y City lis n.HU
AH C T Ul 'ik' 07 i NYNH&U cv .1M
P & Ohio -Is 1001 N & W lst c s- 09
P & fj's As" 'tli N'0r T'aclflc 48 103i
VroolP T pv jl SJ1 Nor Paclljc 'Js. 741
r'rm l k O S L rfdg Is. 05 I
n 5 1 rw ?-;,l!Pa con -Is 104J
r n n? v t . oiJ Ending g -Is . . . 100
ff m.f" r01l o Ss .St r. S'west c 4s 781
fSii A, "is---- I lst cold la.... 94J
lM C Ti,1 P co1 4s 1st ref Is. . . . 95i
iW) r0J , ?0i o Railway us.. 1115
HA SCiSt, T- p l5' i'Si Union Pac ls,..103i
Mld -s.. ... 8j.i r P ist and r 4s. 083
&,hJ-$ f' 47S'--,2?? u S Rubber 5s .1021
JM1 Dfl H cv IS..10U u S Steel 2d 5s. 1031
mi' nHlr' 1a Va Cnr Clieni s set
y2 DiiUGjs.. -. 0 , Wabash 1st 5s. .1123
Distillers as.. .., lnt and ext 4s. 74t
mm V.rh- pr Hen 4s.. S7i wCst Md Is.. . S4"
1 l0 gon. 4s i3 investing El cv 5s 2g
g2 brie cv I sor A. i2 wis Cent 4s.... or.
W r,s-rlc:f B " -"-.W D u t; ref 5s. 01
SB J?? E17'v"s',1? !C & O rfs 5S...1022
111 Cen 1st r Is. 101 i
tt& New York Money.
IK, NKW YORK, March 2. Close: Prime
i 4 rnercantllc paper. 3Jf?M per cent.
J.i? v Sterling exchange, steady, with actual
w b"s'ness In bnnkors' bills at Si.S5.G0W
i'Sn for s'xty-day bills and at ?4.S7.G5
ld'i5i for demand.
leJ Commercial bills. S!.SI?f5'l.S53.
;t5 Mexican dollars. 41c.
Vifdl , Government bonds, steady; railroad
ofjSU bonds. sLeady.
jM. Money on coll. easy, 3ff?2 per cent:
iSllf ru,le rate. 2 per cent; closing bid. 19
llm r"?r cent- offered at 2 per cent.
rVm .TlfJ2e 'oonB. dull and heavy; slxtv davs.
irm 21- Per cfnt; ninety days, 223 per
THJJ tent, six months. 3 per cent.
New York Sugar.
1 SEW YORK, March 2 Sugar-Raw-m
steady; fair refining. 3.23u; centrifugal.
fc'u tP8f' J'35c; molasses sugar. 2.98ic;
Milt rf;hned. steady; crushed, 5.35c; powdered.
"TM 4 l',c granulated. 1.05c.
I Just rocoivcd. only genuino pictures
of President Tnu in Panama. Isis
ihealer tins week.
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J from the lst. j
COPPER STILL STRONG
IN 111 MARKET
New York Prices Are Firm and
Show of Recent Large Sales
PRICES OF METALS
IN NEW YORK MARKET
' Silver "0Jc 4
-r Copper (electro.) ... .S12.50U2.75 a.
4 Lead, dull $3.9223.07i 4
NEW YORK, March 2. Thero was an
advanco of 5s In the London tin market
today, with spot quoted at 130 5s and
futures at 131 15s. The local market
was quiet but a little higher at $2S.G2j
The London market for copper was 10s
higher, with spot quoted at 57 17s 6d
and futures at 58 4 2s Cd. Tho local mar
ket was firm in tone, showing the influ
ence, apparently, of the largo sales re
ported recently. Lake was quoted at
?12.37i13.12J; electrolytic, S12.5012.7o,
and casting at I2.37J12.62J. .
Lead was lower at 13 Ss 9d in the
London market. The local market was
unchanged and dull at $3.923.075.
Spelter was unchanged at 21 17s Cd In
the London market, and the local market
was steady, a shade higher, at 34.725"
1.771. ', ,
The English Iron market was a little
higher. 47s lid for Cleveland warrants.
Locally no change was reported. No. 1
foundry, uorthern. $1G.30S17.25; No. 2.
$1616.75; No. 1 southern and No. 1
southern soft, ? 16.75 (5)17.25.
Closing Stock List.
Sales.l H. L. ICIsc
Amal Copper 49.300 718 70J 71il
Amer C and P 7.000 50i 48J 508
do preferred 100 110i 1101 110
Amer Cotton Oil .... 2,900 534 52i 53
Am II and Lpf 600 3Si 3S 3S
Amer Ice Securities, fi.400 25Z 24 255
Amer Llnsocd .. 13
Amer Locomotive ... 1,000 52 52J 52
do preferred 110
Am S and Ref 13.S00 S4$ &2i S43
do preferred 200 1031 103 102J
Amer Sugar Ref ... 500 129 1281(1291
Amer Tob pf 300 911 01 911
Amer Woolen 27$
Ana Mining Co 2.S0I) 42J 413 42
Atchison 19.G00;l04i!l028 1041
do preferred 200 102111021 1024
Atlantic Const Line.. 100 118 US 1SS
Bait & Ohio 2,500 108111075 lOSjt
do preferred 922
Brook R T .".S.OOO 73B 71! 734
Canadian Pac 1.100 167s 1C71 1673
Central Leather 10.S00 27J 25 27S
do preferred 500 10L 100 ,101
Cent of N J 215
Clics & Ohio 7,700 CO 051 653
Chi Gt Western 300 7 Oj! 65
Chi & No Western.. 3Q0 17711177 1177
Chi M & S P 3,300 143R 142gil 138
C C C & S 1 800 781 " 78
Colo F and I 2,400 34 33 333
Colo & Southern 300 G3J 631 63a
do 1st pref 300 82 S14 SIS
do 2nd pref 700 SO SI 813
Consol Gas 1,200 127111263 127
Corn Products ; 173
Dela &. Hudson 100 173 L7SJ 173
D & R G 5.100 45 441 41
do preferred 200 S61 Sfi SG
Dls Securities 1,300 356 35 35
Eric 4,400 2S 27 2$
do lst pref 500 42i 41i 421
do 2nd pref 32?
Gen Electric 500 155s 1543 155M
Gt Nor pf 2,500 1418 141 1414
do Or clfs 1.S0O 691 683 CSi
Illinois Central 200 142 142 1413
Inter Met 5,100 152 143 lni
rio preferred S.200 424 103 421
Inter Paper 104
do preferred 200 521 521 52
Inter Pump 361
Iowa Central 200 29? 291 29
Kan City' Southern.. 7.900 43 411 12G
do preferred 2,900 721 701 724
Louis & Nashville .. 300 1293 1291:1294
Minn & St L 200 551 SSi1 534
M S P & SS M 100 1404 140i'l3J
Mo Pacific 700 69 ! 681, OS 3
Mo K & T G.400 40g: 3!S 40$
do preferred 200 73 73 73
National Lead 2.000 76 75 754
N Y Central 3,GH0I1244 123s!l21S
N Y O & W 3.500 458 4431 153
Nor fc Western 1.500 S74 S7 S7i
No American 1.5001 Rlfit S0i 818
Nor Pacific .... 3.90011381 1374 13S
Pacific Mall 1.300! 3il 33 I 334
Pennsylvania 3.700 1301 1293 129J
People's Gas 1.800 1114 1103 111
P C C & S L 100 SO S9& 891
Pr Steel Car 1.300 37 Sljl 87
Pullman Pal Car 109
Ry Steel Spring 200 431 13 431
Reading S2.400 125i 1233 1251
Republic Steel 700 204 208 20J
do preferred 300 741 743 73
Rock Island Co 1.200 L'3B 233 230
do preferred 1,300 623 614 C2i
St L & S V 2nd pf .. 300 374 374 37
S L S W 22
do preferred I 514
Southern Pacific .... 10,400lllSlill7i! 1 18
do preferred 1,100 1213 121fi;i215
Southern Ry S00 244! 2U 244
do preferred 1.600 6311 C23 G3G
Tonn Copper 200 38 3S 374
1 Tex & Pacific 400 324 313 324
To S I.. Sr. W 1,400 46 413 46
do preferred 800 GSj' G7t 1 6S4
Union Pacific I 59.500 17C4 l74Z',176i
do preferred i 200 9 15, 91t; 91
U S Rubher 100 291 234 29R
do lst pref .! 200 1024 102J1024
U S Steel S4.S00 453 llfi! 43$
do preferred 3.500 1111 1108 111
Utah Copper S00 42R 41 42
Va Caro Chem 41
do preferred 113
Wabash 700 17fi 17 179
do preferred 1.600 453 45 45j
.West Electric 400 7S3 78 7S
Western Union 400 66 GO 054
W & L E 100 10 10 94
Wis Central 20.600 614 4S2 50il
Am T and T 1.000 12S3 12S4 12S4
Total sales for the day, 533,600 shares.
NEW YORK, March 2. The market
for evaporated apples Is quiet, with fancy
quoted at SlfftOic choice at. 71iJj73c,
prlmo at GlffilGJc, and common to fair at
5Cic. There Is u better tone In tho
market for prunes, although spot quota
tions show no Improvement, ranging from
33c to 74c for new crop California fruit
up to 40-50s and from G3c to 9c for Ore
gons, ranging from 10-50p to 20-30s.
Apricots arc In limited supply, with
choice quoted at 9i5i92c. extra choice at
'JJSIlOo. und fancy at lljlSc.
Peaches are moving -steadily Into con
sumption, with 'choice quoted at 545'6c,
extra choice at 67c, and fancv at 74
Raisins are dull on spot, with loose
muscatel quoted at 4 47'oc. choice to fancy
seeded at 43l51c. seedless at 3i5'c,
and London layers at ?1.25g'1.50.
Available Grain Supply.
NEW YORK, March 2. Special cable
and telegraphic communications received
by Bradstreet's show the following
changes In available supplies, us com
pared with previous account:
Wheal. United States, cast of Rockies,
decreased 2,276,000 bushels.
Canada decreased 484,000 bushels.
Total, United States and Canada, de
creased 2,760,000 bushels.
Afloat, for and in Europe Increased
Total American and European supply
Increased 1.710.000 bushels.
Corn. United State.i and Canada, de
creased 105 000 bushels.
Oats. United States and Canada, In
creased 1,115.000 bushels.
New York Produce.
NEW YORK. March 2. Butler Irreg
ular: creamery held, common to special.
21ff'2SJc; weBtcrn factory first, 204j?2le.
Cheese Firm, unchanged.
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS. March 2. Wool Nominal;
medium grades combing and clothing.
HW24c: light fine, 10tfi.20c: heavy fine. 10
(filCc tub-washed MiQ'uSc.
WHEAT PRICES CLIMB !
AND CLOSE IS STRONG
July Delivery Touches New High
Mark for Season; News
CHICAGO. March 2. Crop damage re
ports and heavy sales of the cash grain
caused a 2-cent advance In wheat prices
here today, tho July delivery incidentally
touching a new high record mark for the
season at 51.06. The market closed
strong at net gains for the day of 1c to
Uc. The bulge In wheat followed a weak
opening and was tho occasion of marked
activity In the wheat pit. Trade in July
was especially heavy, owing to the ac
tivity of shorts, who bought freely during
the last half of tho session, as a result
of reports from Texas and southern Illi
nois telling of injury to the fall-sown
Absence of rain during the winter
months was said to have caused consid
erable deterioration In the condition of
the wheat crop In Texas. The revived
demand for the cash grain holped the
May deliver'. Local sales for the day
aggregated 133,000 bushels, the great
bulk of which was red winter wheat. The
market opened rather weak, with prices
unchanged to ic lower. Before the end
of the first half-hour, however, prices
had advanced about 4c from the low
point on buying by commission houses.
For a time trading was dull and prices
held fairly stoady. During the final hour
prices advanced steadily, and at tho closo
were almost at the top. May being at
Sl.tSH and July at $1.05i51.06.
New high records for corn were estab
lished today when May sold at 67c and
July at 66jc. The market closed strong,
with prices almost at the top. at net
gains of 3c to Uc. May closed at 67c and
July at 661gG68o.
Oats also advanced to new high rec
ords for the season as a result of the
strength of wheat and, corn. The top for
May was reached at 55Sc, and for July
at 501c. The market closed strong, with
prices up 33c to Ic compared with the
Srcvlous closo. May being at 55Bc and
uly at oOCc.
Provisions were strong all day, and at
the closo prices showed net gulns of 15
17Jc to 224c compared with yesterday's
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open High Low Cl6e
May 1.17 1.18! 1.163 1-lSg
July .. 1.049 1.06 1.015 1.06
Sept 95i 994 9Ss 99J
May 053 G7 653 67
July 651 663 651 64jj
Sept 65t G5I 65 65&
May B42 553 54R 55B
July 494 504 494 503
Sept 403 4U 40g 41
Mess pork, per barrel
May 17.20 17.32J 17.174 17.27$
July 17.25 17.374 17.25 17.35
Lard, per 100 pounds
Mav 9.S24 10.00 9.7.74 9.925
July 9.924 10-124 9.924 10. 07
Short ribs, per 100 pounds
May 9.021 9.15 9.00 9.124
July 9.20 9.30 9. 17 J a.274
' CASH QUOTATIONS.
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
steady; No. 2 rye. 7Sc; feed or mixing bar
ley, 6445)654c; fair to choice malting, 655
661c; flaxseed, No. 1 southwestern,
$1,605,; No. 1 northwestern. 51.701; tim
othy seed. $3.85; clover, $S.90; mess pork,
per barrel. $17(ff 7.124; lard, per 100
pounds. $9,775; short ribs, sides (loose),
$S.374(ff S.S75; short clear sides (boxed).
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 187.000 bushels. Primary
receipts wero 383.000 bushels, compared
with 314,000 bushels the corresponding day
a year ago. The world's visible supply, as
shown by Bradstreet's, Increased 175,000
bushels. Estimated receipts for tomorrow.
Wheat, 117 cars. corn. 345 cars; oats. 140
cars; hogs, 35.000 head.
CHICAGO. March' 2. Cattle receipts,
estimated at 3000; market strong; beoves.
$4. 507; Texas steers, $4 30g5.50; western
steers, $4(J?.'5.60; stockers and feeders. $3.40
5.40; cows -and heifers, $1.905.70;
Hogs Receipts, estimated at 1S;000;
market strong to 5c higher; light. SO.OS'fj)
G. 15 ; mixed. $6.10(9)6.55, heavy, $6.20fi6 60;
rough, $6.206.30; good to choice heavy,
S6.30(S6.60; pigs, $5.205!6.10; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts, estimated at 12,000;
market steady; native. $3.255.30; west
orn, $3.57; yearlings. $6(57 15: lambs, na
tive, $5.75317.7d; western, $5.7537.S0.
OMAHA. March 2. Cattle Receipts,
4S00; market 10c higher. Native steers,
44.20(310.25, cows and heifers. $3.2535.25;
western steers, $3.50J5.65; Texas steers.
$3fi5.10; range cows and heifers, $2.75
4.S5; dinners, $22.90: stockers and feed
ers, $3f?5.2f; calves, $3.257.50; bulls and
Hogs Receipts, 10,700; market 5c
hlcher. Heavy, $6.20f"6.15; mixed. $6.1055)
6.20; light. $5.90f?6,25; pigs, $4.75fg5.75;
bulk of sales. $66.25.
Sheep Receipts. 5500; market steady;'
yearlings. $6(5)6.75: wethers. $4.80(355.40;
ewes. $4 Q 5.10; lambs. JG.C-0fji7.3u.
New York Flour and Grain.
NEW YORK. March 2. Flour Re
ceipts. 39.000; exports. 7800; very firm,
with moderate Inquiry.
Wheat Receipts. 46,000; exports, 1,500.
000; No. 2, $1,245 elevator; No 2 red,
51.255 f o. b. afloat; No. 1 northern, Du
luth, $1 27 f. o. b. afloat; No. 2 hard, win
ter. $1.25? f. o. b. afloat.
Apart from brief opening weakness, to
day s wheat market was a strong affair,
selling at one time within a half-cent of
the season's high point. There was active
covering and good outside buying duo to
the strength of cash wheat, and rumors
of another bullish private estimate on firm
reserves. Last prices showed lp.c not rise.
May closed at $1 228; July closed at
BOSTON. March 2. The feature of tho
local wool market Is its extreme dullness.
Old domestic slocks are . practically ex
hausted. Foreign arrivals have fallen off
and there have been only light receipts of
new wool from Arizona. On the lightest
rcind of sales some of the domestic quota
tions, scoured values, follow:
Texas fine, 12 months, O'JiOoc; fine, 6
to 8 mouths, G3(a)55o; One fall. 4S50c.
California, northern. 5S02c; middle
Oregon, eastern No. 1 staple, S2(g)63c;
eastern No. I clothing 5557c: valley No.
Territory, fine staple. 62065c; medium
staple, G0((fC2c; line clothing, 58(fi)60c; fine
medium clothing, 5557e: half-blood, 60(3)
63c; three-eighths blood, 53(??5Gc: quarter
Pulled, extra. 520'C5c; fine A, 5S62c;
A supers, 5055c.
WASHINGTON. March 2.. Today's
statement of the treasury balances in
the general fund, cxcluslvo of the $150,
000.000 gold reserve, shows:
Available cash balance, $139,826,957.
Gold coin and bullion. $37,104,411.
Gold cortifiCiJtcs. $47,8lS,u50.
'Unoqualod as a Curo for Croup,
"Besides being an excellent remedy
for colds and throat troubles, Chamber
lain's Couuh Kcmedy is unequalod as a
curo for croup," says Harry Wilson
of Wayuotown, lud. When given as
soon as the croupy cough appears, this
remedy will prevent the attack. It is
used successfully in many thousands of
homes. For sale by all druggists.
Buy Acme quality paiut and get a
lucky button. Worth $5 or $800. Cul
mer Paiut aud Glass company.
BUSINESS ON PRODUCE
MARKET IS BOOMING
Scarcity Reported in Poultry,
But Fish, Fruit and Vege
tables Are Plentiful.
Tuesday was a fairly active day on the
produce market. In all departments, ex
cept the poultry market, dealing was
quite brisk, and merchants reported a
better demand for fish than there has
been for somo time. Fish Is somewhat
more plentiful now than it has been for
several weeks, and now that it Is coming
In more freely dealers aro hoping that
the demand will keep up. Poultry con
tinues anything but plenty, and although
the demand is but slight, owing to the
high price. It is being supplied almost
entirely with eastern stock. Utah birds
arc extremely scarce. There are now
practically no turkeys on the market.
Dealing was good In tho fresh fruit lino
Tuesday, oranges and bananas meeting
with an unusually good sale. Oranges
are very plentiful arid are now at, their
best. Fresh lottuco. radishes, young
green onions and new cabbage wore fea
tures of tho market Tuesday and met
with a very good sale. They have been
shipped Into the city from California and
Oranges are passing through this city
two and three times jvery week to tho
east, and reports from the. Salt Lake
Route are to tho effect that moro Cali
fornia fruit is being, shipped to pointa
cast of California than over before.
James A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, 6 West Second South street, fur
nlsh the following, received over their pri
vate wire yesterday afternoon-.
Logan & Bryan Cotton Letter New
York Without any particular brass-band
accompanying and for no decided reason
other than that tho price at which cotton
had been selling were too cheap, today's
market lifted Itself up by the boot-straps
and showed 16 to 19 points advance. The
only real logical reason that was not al
ready apparent was the Increased good
demand for spot cotton at somewhat bet
ter figures than yesterday. The movement
for the day seemed liberal enough, about
24.000 bales at ports against 32.000 last
year, and the clearances not -very largo.
It seems, however, that the nearby
months are rather eagerly sought for by
tho biggest spot interests In the cotton
trade and only the moro distant options
aro neglected and at a discount. Next
fall position should hot show quite as
large an advance as this crop months, al
though a continuance of tho dry weather
in Texas and a forecast for dry weather
tomorrow is still shown. This weather
question Is a serious one, and would cause
considerable buying If it wero not a fact
that a considerable long Interest exists
In both October and December cotton. In
the long run. It is not dry weather that is
feared, the fear being that a wet spring
will follow tho lon dry spell. On ajiy re
cession, we arc heartily In favor of the
cotton market, as we believe cotton will
some day share the same activity that
prevails In the wheat market, and Its
very cheapness commends It.
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of patients whose lottors yoi can also
read. Fill out free coupon below aud
mail today. It's well worth your time
whether you try my discover or not.
FREE INFORMATION COUPON.
C. E. Brooks. 9062 Brooks BIdg.. Mar
Please send mo by mall In plain
wrapper full Information of your new
discovery for the cure of rupture.
City State f..
! mm CREAM I
J looks like snow. It Is a dainty I
T whito preparation, delightful to
iusc and provides just what tho J
complexion needs to keep it fresh -4.
i and youthful.
X In Jars at 25c, 50c and 75c J
X Call phone 552. We deliver any- T
j DAYTON DRUG CO.
f 2nd South and Stato St.
t ' t
Mock Springs j
I The best mined. j
Ask your dealer for it, or
call 171 either phone.
Gen'l Sales Agent, ,
211 Herald Building
ACCOUNT3 SOLICITED. j
National Bank of the Repnblle,
A thoroughly modern savings depart- ;
pont conducted In connection with thla
panic Safe depoolt boxes for rent. U. 8. I
Frank Knox, president: James A. Mur- '
ray, vlce-prealdent; W. F. Earlo, caahlorj '
E. A. Culbertaon, assistant cashier. i
Capital paid In, $300,000. Interest paid r
pn time deposits. 1
UTAH COMMERCIAL AND
WM. F. ARMSTRONG, President.
BYRON GROO, Ca&i!,
Commercial Banking in All Its Branches.
Four per cent Interest on Bavlmrs di&oalts.
DESBRBT NATIONAL BANK,
U, 8. Depository.
Salt Lako City, Utah.
Capital, $300,000.00; ourplus, 5800,000.00,
L. e. Hills -..President
Moscn Thatcher Vice-President I
H. S. Young 2 Caahler
Edgar 8. Hllla Asst. Cashlot
U W. Burton iAsst. Coahle
- Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
W. a McCORNICK, THOfi. R. CUTLER,
THE UTAH NATIONAL BANK,
SALT LAKE CfTY, UTAH.
I We receive deposits of ?1.00 and up
rard and pay four per cent Interest,
start an account In our savings depart-
; taent today.
I H. T. BADGER, Cashier.
R. G. BUN & CO.,
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY,
QEORQF RUST, General Manager.
Idaho, Nevada, Utah ard Wyoming.
Office 201 Tribune BldQ.. Salt Lake City,
j ESTABLISHED 1S41. 189 OFFICE3.
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
! - WALKER BROS.,
I ESTABLISHED 1859.
Absorbed the Salt Lake Branch of Welte
Fargo S. Co.'a Bank.
8afety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Travelers' Letters of Credit Issued
Available In All Parts of the World.
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT.
Capital, $10,000; Surplus. 575,000.
Special attention given to tho col
lection of rents, payment of taxes,
and tho care of property for non-resi-i
denta. 251 SOUTH MAIN STREET.
I Salt Lake- City, Utah.
McCORNICK & CO.,
Salt Lake City, Utah.
iFor Toiled and Bath
It makes the toilet something to bo
enjoyed. It removes all stains and
rougnness, prevonts prickly heat and
chafing, and leaves tho Bkin white, soft,
healthy. In tho bath It brings a glow
of. exhilaration which no common soap
- een equal, imparting the vigor and life
j sensation of a mild Turkish bath. All
i XJrocors and Druggistn.
CunouS Compound OapEulcs combine
tho virtues of Big G, Pabst O. K., San
tal Pepsin, and sell for $1.26 a box.
Mail orders promptly attended to. Doull
"Drug Co., Distributors, 338 Main SlH
Salt Lake Oity.
None genuino without tho trade marls
tho Curious D.
Seelfs ianlai-Pepsin Uapsules
For Inflammation orSatarrh
of tho Bladder and Dl9cas?d
Xiduej-s. No cure no pay
Cures quickly aud Pcrma'
nently tho worst cases of
Gonorrhoea aud Gleet, do
matter of how long stand
ing. Absolutely harmless.
Sold by druggists, Prlca
$1.00. or by mall, postpaid,
f 1 00, U boxes 52.75.
THE SANTAL-PEPSIN GD 1
P. J. Hill Drug Co., Salt Lako City
! ; w discharges
' ': M.L, IJ?' vlmi nELIEVED Ijr :
ALL DRUGGISTS '
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w. rr. TMK DIAMOND IlEAND. a '
fv J.ndlc! Atk your DrutrnUt for t
Cbl-oUc-lcr'o Diamond JJrandVV
jfSs I'llln In Bed nJ UolJ uiclalllciV
?XyA l-oiM, jea!l with niuo RlUwa, VT
iVvJ Tuke no ottrr. llur of your V
,fff Dragnet- Atlc for CIII.OIIES-TCn'Ci
,?7 DIATJo.ND I! HAND PULLS, for a
J'r-mVnownM rtr5t.r-irt,,M-jy5 UclUblo
r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
hW(&y l 1 1. 6 dlscbarRoj.iuflnnim'itlona
la'&Z15 B1'a"'1 IS lrrlt&llous or ulcerations
gyg as ;o it.-lctur. Qf mucous ruMnbrnni3
MoRTHEtVil(SCHEMIMLCa. eut or poionoiin.
V0 CIIICINIIW.O.raSijJ old by DroRirtBds,
&3?-!rfS?5 br cxpreJR, prepaid, foi t
SxS&Sn-) l.0O. or3 .-ottl.7fi f
flOV I Clrntilar i.ur on r-.in-
f., . ..ji ,,TI A positive and per.
lwnv3JT'' manont cure for
1 ASli Drunkenness and the
Sy'-fKfc Opium Diseases. Thcro
3p2a KTtfiT-S lc 00 publicity, no
I S-tdSS alckneso. Ladles treat
tiuarcgfagT. .gsaj ud as prVat0y as Iti
; tholr own homes. THE KEEL E Y INSTI
, TUTE, 334 W. South Tcmule St.. Salt
! Lake City, Utah. t
These and Others j I
I received money last week from "claims 1 JH
returned to us for collection. Read tbo Sf 1
R TR. Vinesf jr?," Smlthficld. Utah. ,W0 1
E. a Sajjley. Brlnton, Utah. jSpS? vTA I
Alexander Optical Co., city, iSt. i ll
T. J Wright, General Dellverj-, city. MSSu, .iryaw., sfB I IH
F. Auerbach Sz Bro., city. muHilHTiV' S 1 IH
P. P. Dyrlng, Mantl. Utah. WfflSklT) 1 mmmm
Robt. McKnlcht. Gault, Nevada. vS&gS&Z jfT) I
D. E- Henry, grocer, city. Kwv7 M I
Siegel Clothing: Co.. city. WyXmO--. I'ff 1
Early Huffaker, Rlgby, Idaho. W&'JMR "J 1 IH
Commercial Savings Bank, Halley, Ida- W'ir f mmm
G, W. Bowers. Cache Junction, Utah. J
Dr. B. A. FUmer. Denver, Colo. v)m f'. mmm
J. W. IIurus & Co Rifle, Colo. yAS 'X
Rocky Mountain Bell Telephone Co.. st!ffiz9 j
De Wolfe McKay Co., Milford, Utah. jmi f
A. M. Rrltt, Reno. Nevada. Plll -1
n Hyraan Harris, Harris Furniture and Ji4&?mlWw a I IH
Carpet company, city. UqiM-f I IH
Turn In your claims and wo will collect i4fvMn I
Bomo for you. Red streaks of honesty M'Mf r i
exist In everybody ' n
MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE ASSOCIATION, I H
Scientific Collectors of Honest Debts. Rooms 77-7S-S2-n.1-04-D7-98-0n and 1
! 100. Com'l Natl. Bank Bnifr.. Salt Lake City. Utah. FRANCIS G. LUKE, Gen. I
' Mgr. 'TIu said "Some pcoplo don't like us. I
IwE-i m"i?ij mm cbeap I I
DISEASED 'IwUlil aid SECRETLY I
Without Pain, Inconvenience or Loss of Time. No Failures. 1
To Prove My New System, I Offer for a 1
Short Time My Services at a Small Cost.
FROM Slid TO $10.00 A COURSE I I
VARICOSE gg. ' LOST VITALITY I H
Knfiffpd Voin! PBI'' Cured In a few weeks.
ivuuiLCU )L.uia. jpggpr JS4 Improvement from the I
I Cured by absorption; no pzzZ, start. If you suffer from I
: pain. The enlarged veins loss, of energy and amhi- hi
are due to mumps, bl- Jggs$f ec? I t'nn' e0' tired when you m
, cyrle or horseback rid- jE-gjSSjw Szm1 t8 arlso in the morning-, ffi
Ing, disease, etc. In time laefw- z3p lame back. dizziness. M
It weakens a man men- Wetf ' fi spots beforo the eyes,
tally as well as physical- and feel you are not the I
? ly. Wo will cure you for ' Q Cairn man 'ou onco were, wo I
r life or make no charge. ' MtWMSs. J Cllre you 'or "fe" I
PRICES ALWAYS J S INCURABLE 5
I REASONABLE L W y CASBS ACCEPTED 1
1 v.-IH give tho poorest f$gtM Thero Is no risk, for I
man a chance, as well as CpiV do not treat incurable H
the rich, to receive a curo tsSSyjp. 17 v rases under any consld- H
from me at a small cost. flKSSsy mm&. eratlon. I DO NOT EX- H
THERE IS NO MAN MS5rvPERIMENT NOR USE I
TOO POOR TO GET MY IShWSLVKIJI'RIOUS DRUGS TO N
BEST OPINION FREE. TOyW.SS.fffi8rItUIN TOUR SYSTEM, fl -M
Don't Let Money Matters or False Pride Keep You Away. I 1 .
Cui'e Forever Cases of 1
VARICOSE VEINS. BLOOD DISEASES. LOST VITALITY. PILES. ECZE- S
MA. FALLING HAIR. FAILING MEMORY. OBSTRUCTIONS, NERVOUS.
KIDNEY AND BLrVDDER ILM NTS. H
Any man who wants to be cured, now that T havo offered my services ai m
such LOW PRICES, has no excuse for suffering another day. I don't caro mWM
who has failed, if you come to me I will CURE you of any of the above- i
named ailments or not charge you ono penny for my services. Don't glvo up
before seeing me. ffl
Call and see mo If you can. Write today for particulars if you car. not 1
call. Medicines are from $1.50 $6.50 a course. I
DAILY HOURS. 9 to 8. CONSULTATION FREE SUNDAYS. 10 to 12. I
SALT IAKE MEN'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE I I
159 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. J
Olfiee ll'curs Daily 10 A.I.To SP: M.T Sunday 11 to 2 P. M. j H
I TEE KNOWLEDGE OF DISEASE I
IS HALF ITS CURE
I tF ALL YOU WHO ARE IN NEED OF A SPECIALIST WILL CALL ON ME 1
FtnST YOU WILL NOT HAVE SO MANY DOCTOR BILLS TO PAY. 1 Mmm
34 YEARS IN SALT LAKE CITY. Q mmM
mn aTndUhea0noou3 sbsnces
vato'lMsoascs. Just call and seo
lK&it32ucKAxiz& vir yourselves.
CATAMRM9 DEAFNESS. PT T?T?
ASTHMA, HAY FEVER, STOMACH, A JJL H
T.TW.R IvTJWRVS ttn(1 1111 curable Nervous. Fr .a" ca5"hal mmM
UitJCIi, IVILF-MjIO Chronic and Private and chronic djseasea
Diseases o Both Sexes.
jtf$$ziz&$ Seventeen years' continuous practlco ln; Salt Lake.
JftpYAmS Doing business under our own names. Over .100.000 H
Aw &r&fwL cases successfully treated, and square and fair deal- H
Mill MtarjySzfi, 'n- coupled with reasonable prices, have made Drs. H
WtilSWB&ffW Shores' practice beyond question the )argest In the
wSWaSy jgg-l woat. It you need a doctor koL tho best. Beware
W vfr oi fa'0 lniltator3- ake no mistake.
T EXPERT EXAMINATION H
jHSfc BQ JT flS.Cjfl-1 ADVICE iSt
DR. A J. SHORES. rTXSLU W iliU
MPIM A Separate and Dis- IBffifK1 If You Live
Mir8 tinct Department. wWMIaj Out of Toru
Drs. Shores maintain a Special Private Depart-
ment for tho benefit of men who through misfortune . , . IH
or Indiscretions, need the ?er-Ices of ABSOLUTEI,Y WSjfJfSi ImmM
RELIABLE AND EXPERIENCED SPECIALISTS. SrgSaSftK
Wo treat all forms of contracted disorders. Specific H
Blood Poison. Prostate troubles. Varlcocolo weak- WCtf. H
ucshcs aud loss of manly vigor. Wo do business fife WUBa H
under our own names and offer you our expert Pat'i H
Hcrvlces on practically your own termuelther email H
wcoklv or monthly payments n3 the euro nrogiAsoca, VoJK mJSmil 1
or you can arrange to PAY WHEN CURED .In nil T7 zPrfBSm
Private Diseases. wKFr' IH
Pf. Shores 4 lires9r b&Jm H
249 SO. MAIN ST., SALT LAKE CITY LL
Office Hours Week d.iys, 0 a. m, to 5 p. m. Evonlngs
7 to 8 p. m. Sundays and holidays. 10 a. m. to 12 m. DR. u. W. SIIOREb. IH
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