Newspaper Page Text
TPIS SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING-, APRIL 10, 1909. 17 " H
IQpJ IS FULL OF
AB TMIIB 18 EH
tfcSBLsewive8 Have Large Variety
Ifffo Make Their Selections
uKl 'ecal market has many attract lonn
Wrjt f the housewives In their niarkct-Ma.-mx-
vparagus from California and
Swfe In "the market, side, by side, at
"SlWu and California lettuce, two
qf, 15 cents: two artichokes for 23
ee pounds of cabbace for 25
Wl the same for spinach Sweet
1i5nVcfii:s per pound, and oyster
'Wi-PLt! for 10 conts; greon peppers.
&WK a pound: radishes, 5 cents per
CiB'iili celery. 10 cents, and rhu
S SVo pound? V 25: cauliflower. 15
H c P Srv onions, i" cents per pound.
LV vl"- d" ti contsi. and butter is 35.
,Tc.''if5.S fish market barracuda is coming
I A i?fttiv "ml Is retailed nt 17 cents.
hJZXlfioea not come often to this
jBfi?f near?y the ukMosL that is In the
-sJB'f'lM one of the market on First
ZmiitlF the state: Hs Hcsh is very
Mfltubk. 'd 11 reta,Is at lnc camc "rlco
but little poultry In the mar
K ,at there Is costs 20 cents per
L.. V0RK, April 0 Bradstreefs
t 'Krlnss report for tho week end
k Kccin Bl "hows an aggregate of $3,411.
1 H as 'against S2,7y5.S31.n00 last week
Vl'M5(To6,000 in the correspond Inir
w K'&st year. Following Is a partial
BH" Inc. Dec.
Brnrk ....$2,210,562,000 SS.7
Jo ...... 250.-J2-J.000 14.4 ....
'Kflnhla" l&COl'.OOO 2".2
K.,,5 - G2.0G1.000 -1.1 ....
'BLt: ' -i8.450.ooo io. n ....
IK:, i rltv . . 42.7C3.00O 23.0 ....
'B&mcsco 36.744,000 20.0 ....
,5 . 27,415.000 21.4 ....
H.(( ' 26.634,000 5.0
HSmIs' - - 16.HO.000 .... 12. S
ffiKnVlMn .-. 15.683.000 5.2 ....
""IES 16.243.000 16.7 ....
Et . 11.3SI.000 ..... 5.fi
". u'.na'.ooo 1V.2
3KTneclcs .... 12.OSl.000 2R.1 ....
-jBliSSl . ... !.7 10.000 21.0 ....
" ... 10.553,000. 41 .0 ....
52; ' ... 8.004,000 10.7
ElpolV.. 7.5S.000 o1.8 ....
SLAKE 6.081.000 07.3 ....
E Tribune Want Ads.
yam 5200. Independent, 3G0.
I I SIM'S WIFE
2r's Head Encrusted with
ruff Feared sheWould Lose
lair Many Treatments were
5 Baby had Milk-Crust.
saveral years my husDand was
nary in the Southwest, and we
ing on the edge of the desert at
ition of nearly five thousand
very one in that high and dry
icre has more or less trouble
ndruff and my daughter's ecalp
0 encrusted with it. that I was
for fear she would lose all her
liich was very heavy. After
g between five and six dollars
ous remedies, in desperation I
a cake of Cuticura Soap and a
Cuticura Ointment. After rub
i Cuticura Ointment thoroughly
0 roots of the hair. I gently
the crust of dandruff free from
lp, and then gave her head a
;n shampoo with the Cuticura
This left the scalp beautifully
ad free from dandruff, and after
r was dry. I again rubbed the
a Ointment, this time sparingly,
a roots, and I am happy to say
io Cuticura Remedies were a
to Euccess'. My troubles with
IT were over, although for a long ,
fterward I used the Cuticura
nt as at first, after shampooing, I
irrr- kept tho scalp and roots of the
'Ji '!u 1 hnvo U6ed successfully 1
-iCuticura Remedies for so-called
k1 wr51' on baby's head, and havo
-1 found anything to equal them.
Jt6 at nl)ert" to publish this letter,
0 sincerely believe that the Cuti
ST,j 1 JSRmee' a"Q a blessing to man-
I tTn M,ra- J- A- Darling. 310 Fifth
1 Carthage, Ohio, Jan. 20, 100S."
1 1 5'cura Ointment is ono of tho most
1.4 ! "Kfciful curatives for torturing, dis
1 ?!e numrs of tho skin and scalp,
jfctoding loss of hair, ever compounded,
i Propi of which a single anointing
I i?1? it. preceded by a hot bath with
idM Scura Soap, and followed, when
1 by a mild dose of Cuticura
M lwnt (liquid or pills) is often
3 eat.to afTord immediate i-elief of
JDH. burning and scaly humors,
-a Sif??3 irritations and inflammations,
rest and sleep, and point to a
AJI 7$ mtQ v'ben all else fails.
9Bln """'tiout the worlu. t'ottcr Drue &
!5wBeS"'tf?i I'rops.. Uostou. Mwu.
JBtJUUttt Tne. Cuticura Uoot on 5ila Dlteast-
f SATURDAY QGAR
lew choice ones a 5H!k
3eW & Franken
ft'n-Enst Side 0
0 the corner.
ceftFHn?.11- A,,r" 9.-Cttlc-Rc-slc'
A -l rk1 stroi1e-. western
sm? ro- 5?-33.7y; Ttxaa Htcers. 3.00ft
COTJ."3. heifers, J2.55JI4.S5; can-ti(S'rt-e5?3,?,,!
Bt0rs and feeders.
Ju.?B?Uools!io 53-007 00: bul,s and
eo-iFl'T?001"- 700n' ;s higher; heavy.
Mi5.20; mixed. S6.noe;7.oo: iigin. $0.00
Ca-i.0..: pigs, S6.00(5jS.25; bulk. 56.SSf07.03.
hhei?p Recftlpifi, M00: market, steady:
yearlings, J0.73fi.7.50; lambs, ?7.25??S.0O.
UC,APl VJU Cattle Receipts,
UUIi1'0,! i,L 000; market strong: beeves.
54.Sn7.1o; Texas steers. 54..riO(frJo.70:
western atepra. 54.20Q 5.70; slockera and
iicfci- P'on(!:'-G(,l cows S1 heifers,
?2.00..00: calves. 55.riOf07.75.
Hogs Receipts, ostlmated at 16,000;
market, strong. 5c higher: light. 56.00.
i JO; mixed. 5 1. 004? 7.37 J: heavy. ?7.05(ffi
i.0- rough. $7.057.15: pigs, 55.SO06.7O;
bulk of sales. S7.207.30.
Sheep Recolpts. esUmatcd at 0000;
market weak; native, 53.756.00: west
ern. 53.70ffi6.30: yearlings. $6.257.30:
l?ms' nat'vc. 53.50S.30; western, $5.50
KANSAS OITV. April 0. Cattle Ro
ceipti, 2000; steady; native steers:. $5,604?)
i.70; native cows and heifers. 52.75gp6.20;
Kttx-kers and feeders. $3.755.60; bull.",
?3.25(f'5.25; ralvos, 53.75fi)7T50; western
Hteei-f, 51.80(5)6.50; wcstyiu cows, 53.50
I logs Receipts, S000; market 5c lower:
hulk, 56.70fif 7; heavy, S0.553'7.10: packers
and butchers. 56.007.05; light, 56.60
6,05; pigs. 5.2505)6.
Sheep Receipts. 5000: stead v to 10c
lower: muttons, 55.255'6.40: lumba, $6,50(?ji
7.20; range wethers, 5J.507.35; ewes,
NEW YORK, April 0. 'Biadstreets to
morrow will say:
Trade, crop and Industrial reports arc
still very irregular, put the underlying
lone of buslnoss generally Is slightly more
optimistic. Somo lines of Industry arc
still very much depressed. The first crop
report of tho year that made by the
government on winter wheat Is a poor
one. Indicating a short crop; that buying
is still hampered in some sections by un
favorable weather or by tho reduced pur
chasing power of the public, and that
caution and conservatism still govern
commercial operations to a large degree
Easter trade nt retail Is classed as
fair to good In most parts of the west,
fair at the east, but below expectations
at?' the south, and rather poor In Texas,
where the drouth conditions hold back
buying demand. Some slight expansion
Is noted In filling in orders by jobbers,
but trade In this line Is distinctively of a
betwecn-seas&ns character. In wholesale
lines there are Indications of more con
fidence In buying for fall. The cotton
yarn trade in cottons Is slightly bolter.
By classes of products women's wear
goods seem most active, hut tho auto
mobile trade, paradoxically enough, re
turns one of the best reports of any
single Industry. In purely Industrial
lines the building trades return very good
reports and air enormous volume of work
Is planned for the coming spring and
summer. Tli Irnn anil steel anil cokn
trades are all rather depressed and most
activity Is noted In structural shapes of
steel, presumably at the expense of
Uuslncss failures In the United States
for the week ending April S wore 227,
against 201 last week. 254 In the like
weelc of 100S. 101 In 1907, 161 In 1006 and
106 in 1005.
Canadian failures number 38, against 23
last week nnd 28 a year ngo.
"Wheat, including flour, exports from the
I'nlted States and Canada, for the week
ending April S. aggregate 1.062,214 bush
els, ngninst 1.413,503 last week and 2.451.
0110 bushels this week last year. For tho
fortv-one weeks ending April S this year,
tins " exports arc l ls.5S3.06 1 bushels,
against 171.000,515 bushels in the corres
ponding period Inst year.
Corn exports for the week arc 92B.S0S
bushels, against 1,102.244 bushels last
week and 545 714 bushels a year ago.
For the forty-one weeks ending April S
corn exports arc 25,760,508 bushels,
against 42.051. US Inst year.
Dun's Trade Review.
NEW YORK, April 0. R. G. Dun &
Co 'h weekly review of trade tomorrow
will say " ,
Although confidence in the futuro Is
more noticeable, than satisfaction with
present conditions, yet one by ono dls.
turning elements arc gradually disap
pearing. While the tariff Is still under
discussion and Is checking full activity
In Industries most concerned, yet the re
ports from most of the cities show their
trade to be In a fairly satisfactory state,
centers farthest removed from the Indus
trial activity are naturally making the
best exhibits. While the Iron and steel
trade Is still In the unsettled process of
readjustment. ;et It makes the best show
ing In exactly that linethe structural
which Is a sign of building activity. In
the primary cotton goods market the
most Interesting feature of tho week has
been the activity in wide convertibles of
print cloth, yarn, converters and cutters
now showing for the first time a disposi
tion to operate freely, while manufac
turers as a rule arc reluctant to make
contracts except at a material advance.
Buvers of men s wear woolen lnbrles are
now going on the road and fewer cancel
lations than usual as a result of failure
lo deliver sample pieces In time are
r-ported. There appears to be a decided
1 shortage of spring goods stock- on hand
having been sold at full prices and In
some instances commanding premiums
The dress goods division continues to )"
nuiet. More business Is reported In
varus but prices remain unsatisfactory.
I The noteworthy feature In footwear Is
1 the buying of sole leather by several
large manufacturers. Indicating that
! ome contracts arc neing piueeu.
, England salesmen on the road report an
Improvement In fall orocrs. and as both
etall and wholesale stocks are much lie
low normal, renewed activity cannot be
c delayed. Sales, of doim-stlc packer
tides for the week have aggregated be
tween 50.000 and 65.000 price. remaining
steady with a firmer tendency.
" The market on country "hides 13 weaker,
wi ll foreign hides arc Arm. prices ad
ivancmg slightly, all .around at le
l monthly auction sales In Paris. In the
' lnathor market Interest centers In he:i y
i ra ,Vs of sole leather, made chiefly to do
mestic buyers, but partly to British op
erators. Buyers of upper harness and
belling stocks oporato more freely.
Now York Mouoy.
' NKW YORK, April 9. Money on call
"TrK' mercantile paper 354 nor cont
, Sterling exchange nominal, with actual
business In bankers bills at
1 -J SO 30 for sixty-day bills and at 4.S...0
Commercial bills, -1.85.62 l.S3.S7i.
w mniN'G'fO.V. n, C. April 3. Today's
l0 the treasury balances in the
general I 'Vund.clu.uve 'of the 5150.000.-
U0V-Hlabie cash'balance. S13K.472 ,-060.
J Cold coin , and bullion. A-
Gold certificates. 51b.0o3.JiQ-
St. Louis Wool.
av i iii:i Anrll 0. Wool Unchanged.
I 17c: mb-washed. 23(g'32c.
I New York Produce.
' vr-- YORK Anrll 0 Butter steady.
.. NEA siw-'cials 2S2SJc; official
Creamery 'Imorv extn. '2858ic.
P Seso and oggs-Flrm, unchanged.
S. D, Evans,
tli.lerrxkcr and Embalmcr. has removed
I to S location. -13 South State.
Wallpaper and Picture Sale.
20c papors at 15c. 25c papers a L 20c.
50c papers nt 35c. mprains at 2oc. -5
j Jot cent off on, a special papers and
! fran,C$aW- BBERT & CO.,
i 57 Main strocr.
j Why not .spoiid Arbor day at Tooele?
j Tribune Want Ads.
I Boll Main' 5200. Independent 360.
Yoo WiDNeed an Oil Stove 1
G3zvTwhen warm days and !
pSSBwl kitchen fire make !
m Sftjy rfSS v 50'n?auren taen 111 i
Vi u iW lis s tie time to tvy a ew m
1)1 8t hm 1 Perfection Wick Blue M
Is . . Flame Oil Cook-Stov.e. 1ft
JMbiZF&i Marvelous how this M
"""-j fA ,-0? stove does away with Mi
-fcr7rN irp kitchen discomforts how ft
SllfS $j) C00 lt eePs e room in S
"mK comparison with condi- KJ
fJ3xlL tions when the coal fire was M
1 burning. ,The M
Wiek ike FSaiic II Ceok-SSove I
is the only oil stove built with a CABINET TOP for holding plates
and keeping food hot after cooking. Also has useful diop shelves 1
on which to stand the coffee pot or teapot after removing from burner. I
Fitted with two nickeled racks for owels. A marvel of comfort, 1
simplicity and convenience. Made in three I
sizes with or without Cabinet Top. If not 1
r with your dealer, write our nearest agency. 1
S .The J?a$ I iZTVs I
, fy&a every one wants hand- 1
some enough for the parlor; strong enough for 3 .
Xfc f tne kitchen, camp or cottage; bright enough for
i gS. every occasion. If not with your dealer, write I
our nearest agency. I
CONTINENTAL OIL COMPANY I
GAKDNEK DAILy 3TORE NEWg
MAlLORDfBS PBOMPTLV FILLED
S Weather Forecast for Today. Fair and Warmer.
? Get Yoor Spriog Siat Today; Wear
x It Tomorrow Easter. 1
J & We 1,11 vc a11 t,lc sca"
son's ohoicest styles, the S
modest, the extreme, s
ff3 ,0 ym' f,hility. from
WMWMM $1"00 10 -157.50 the
P3 (liuility will be the bcsl. 1
i jrFXf .5' wlialever tlic price..
) Boys' Day. ,$Bk ?
Saturday is a greal day in
the boys' department oi' the &x'jn7kc, S
? Gardner st'or'e?' ' r" " - ifi'VilM'Sfev
7 It is the best opportunity of "KSiS S
, the week for mothers to bring Sfiih C
t lhcir clown town and fit PpK& ?
Styles and patterns are here Mi.mm I
in jn-ofusion. enough to please S
the Taney of the most exacting. 'fep&gM
J Suits range in jjriee from P
$2.50 up to $15.00. WBfr (
f Hats. $1.00. $1.50 and $2,00. W
Waists. 25c. 50c. 75c. $1.00. . MW r
Shirts. Caps. Ties. S
Wv'vWvv-- VftA vA aA" vvAfsA4
At 14 West First Somfh !
I SALE COMMENCES SATURDAY, APRIL 10 I
'I NOW IS YOUR CHANCE TO BUY MEN'S, I
LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S SHOES, CLOTH-
ING, UNDERWEAR, HATS, CAPS, LACES, EM- f.
I BROIDERIES, HOSIERY, ETC., AT BANKRUPT
1 PRICES. i
WE CAN ONLY HAVE THE STOREROOM
I FOR A SHORT TIME, SO THE GOODS MUST
GO AT ONCE. I
I REMEMBER, SATURDAY, APRIL 10
74 WEST FIRST SOUTH I
H. B. WINDSOR. V. S. ANDERSON. D. WILLIAMSON. fi
i Wlidsur & Company
1 202 Utah Savinns and Trust Bldg. ' P '
Genera? Sosnrance and Adjqstin'g
j - UTAH, NEVADA AND IDAHO. '
I Surplus to f
Est. Assets. Policy Holders L
Allcmannla of Pittsburg 18G3 S1.317.51B S 616,322 8
Gorman of .Pittsburg 1862 1,093,248 453,951 H
I Glrard of Philadelphia 1S53 2,365,525 869,619 4
Spring Garden, Philadelphia 1S35 2,850,719 760,498 1
Maryland Casualty, Baltimore 1893 4,403,765 1,507,546 jj
Fidelity &. Deposit, Baltimore 1690 6,110,216 4,536,505
BONDS, FIRE, LIABILITY, ACCIDENT,
HEALTH, STEAM BOLER, PLATE GLASS.
j Real Estate, First Mortgage Investments j
M MpJ When in Salt Lake 1
IWICjIa Visit Our Free
I MUSEUM OF ANATOMY
I 159 1-2 MAIN STREET, UPSTAIRS.
I A GREAT COLLECTION OF LIFE-LIKE $
I SUBJECTS, DEMONSTRATING PER-
I FECT AND DISEASED CONDITIONS OF x3ggf
I WE CURE ' ft I
I Quickly, Safely and Thoroughly WEAK- gt 1
I NESS OF MEN, VARICOCELE, HYDRO- I feBS ! I
0 CELE, NERVOUS DEBDLITY, BLOOD & g Jl
1 AND SKIN DISEASES, SORES, ULCERS, (TTNM '?
S SWOLLEN GLANDS, KIDNEY, BLADDER j i
AND RECTAL DISEASES, PROSTATE jV k) Jft
!( GLAND DISORDERS AND ALL CON- $: p
TRACTED SPECIAL DISEASES OF MEN. 11 sl J
CONSULTATION AND EXAMINATION FREE. If you
'j cannot call, vrite for question list and free book.
MEN: IF IN TROUBLE, CONSULT US TODAY."
Hours from 9 a. ni. to 8 p. m., and Sundays from 10 to 12. k
I Salt Lake Medical Institute
C 159V2 SOUTH MAIN STREET, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
I STRICTLY ' K I
fc Month, Medi-, dr. a. w. shores.
db. a. j. BHOREia and Chronic Diseases. WEEK 1
ISJotbb A SPECIAL DEPARTMENT FOR MEN.
I The name wonderful eklll nnd experience that has enabled Drs.
1 Shores to euro chronic dlsenaoH, enables them to euro all private "
j Oatarrn ailments Dra, ShoreH never use a name or betray tho confidence y
I Doafnosa of their patients, and everything la strictly confidential. Prices j
Asthma the lowesL Terms the easiest either small weekly or monthly P
I nn(j payments, an the cure progretaes, or youMay Pay When Cured In M
' Lung n" Pr,vato Troubles. d
S5S16 AN EXCLUSIVE TREATMENT FOR "WEAKNESS."
matlsm Dr3 510res jons ne0 discovered that nearly ALL cases of co-
1 Epllopsy called WEAKNESS In men was caused from DISEASED OR EN-
Hysteria LARDED PROSTATE GLAND. Drg. Shores nro the or!j;lnators of $
Hay Fover their treatment for this common, yet little understood, trouble ')
Insomnia and their treatment la not rrlvcn or EVEN KNOWN by any
Stomach "Quack Doctor" or "Fako Medical InstStuto" In tho world. By jj
tiw their original methods Drs. .Shores CURE these so-called cases of y
Kidney WEAKNESS quickly, uurely and choaply. n
Homo Treatment Cures. Write for Free Symptom List If you W
Bladder cannot call. g
Troublo OFFICE HOURS: 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. Evenings, 7 to 8. Sun-
And all Jayo an(1 holllay3, 10 a. m. to 12. Consultation and examination jt
Chronic frce- p '
Nervou DRS. SHORES & SHORES, Expert Specialists, j .
mSSL mXa 249 SrV Salt Lake City, :
! men llcurs Daily 10 A. M. to 8 P. M.. Sunday 11 to 2 P. M. j
I THE KNOWLEDGE F DISEASE
I IS HALF ITS CURE
! n f Ai votJ VI-IO ARS IN NfGHO OP A SPECIALIST Wlt.L CALL ON MS
H pmjT vou WILL UOT HAVE JO MANY DOCTOR BILLS TO PAY.
I S H VFAPS IS SALT LAKE CITY.
I I pi!!a ' K Co Wo I
1 W IIGPM
; Wife Wtl T"LMr,Sp,c
8 &Wi0W- aSffi ny nclntir.e Sn.cIalWt ,n
I W WU'Mdi'i'- SS Salt L.ik City uslni: tho mtcro-
J iJlRS copo to form hln illngncqls. Hs
' 9 3WiC?tj5T- will tell PHrli and every one or yon
H WMPX4f Just what your dlBcase Is. wlthaui
rtW$M : eny Information from yon: ho will
' H &'&"P'mYvytfy "ou n" about your disease het-
wo can l.'ict Calcut. Cun-erous
i-''3BK Matter Carbonate- of Urn". Albu
gP men and jitt extraneous aulistat;e
Tribiine Want Ads Pufli
m Manufacturers' & M
W Importers' m 1 ,
m Outlet Conipany.
fj.xA West Second South street. Cor- .
nor West Temple. "Dooly g ) M
$M Block." R j -
Sji BOYS' KNEE PANT SUITS 1 ,
All wool fabrics, nobby -tll
3Qn stylos nnrl patterns, aes 'A &t.
ff A I.. 17; values $'J.OO to .G.00. W. , fH
m $1.07 and dC t !H
ffl BOYS' LONG PANT STJITS '
pfi Aces - to 10; values il
m $G.OO to $12.00, ni 59 Qi? 'M lH
pft $0,115, $1.5 and . .$o35 W tM
WHITE COATS for Barbers M
nnd Butchers, etc. Value
12 LADIES' AND MISSES' II
K SUITS All wool fabrics, ,
JCT F.lon stylos-, Htlk Irimnicd H
fejij :ind lined. Vul- Qfi eJ
ml u.s ;10.0U at c9'ze7cJ m
?& BOYS' WAISTS, BLOUSES $
M AND SHIETS 4 0- (
P .'JUc, 20c JOc and Aeb
11 MB-i 1
i Melps I
Vhen you arc cleaning house
there are many things that can be
used to help make things bright
THESE ARE SOME . jH
MAGIC WALL PAPER CLEANER IH
MURESCO WALL FINISH IH
OLD ENGLISH FLOOR WAX
Wc arc glad to make euggestlons
and answer questions any time. jH
SffiT LAfi GLSS . I
& PAINT CO. I I
23 MAIN STREET.
kih Oanfa!-Papsin Oapsurga
aga-K APOS3T1WECURE H
;n ot tl)0 Bladder and Diseased
r','i'5:Ml Kidneys No euro no pay IH
fijX'VJSif K Curc-1 alckly and Perraa- .
h M "o1513? 0 wot cases of
A? u GGnorrhoen. ttud Gleet, no
te.'St$S. U aatttr ot haw loatr stand- j
YlPflxn -! Inc. Abiolutoly barmlesn.
F. J. HiU Drug Co., Salt Lake City.
$Q mP wul press and clazn J'
a Month Tfee Segal Way H
Phcuc. Bell ES. SC. Ind. 1133. iH
v Tin: uiA2io.Ni nnxvD. a HHHH
7&M I-eJlMl Aik?rl)ruciltfci A
Ai( ih).ciic-le.-'3 IMnmoad Srud HHfH
bVKs IMIIa In Kd sn-I UolU tretalUcV? HffiH
TrtJ'i boi'.i, texM wiU BL KlbIoa. f HHiiH
iW) Toko no other. HnT 0r Toor V .
, L J DIAiiOM) MJiANI) lULI for i55
r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS mttVHERE-
DESBRET NATIONAL BANK, H
U. S. Depository.
Salt Lako City, Utah. I
Capital. $500,000.00; surplus, $500,000.00 jfl
L. S. Wills Prcsldenl
Moses Thatcher Vice-President jM
11. S. Youin: Cashier iB
EtlKar S. Hills Asst. Cas h et
L. W. Burton AjjsL Caahler H
Safety Deposit Boxes for P.ent
R. G. DUN & CO.,
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY,
GEORGE RUST, General Manager. flH
Idaho. Nevada. Utah and Wyoming. fl
OfHrc 201 Tribune Bldg., Salt Lake City,
ESTABLISHED 1C-11. 1S9 OFFICES l
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST. Ilj
National Batik of the Republic. H
. A thoroughly modern savings depurt-
iii ut conduotod In connection with this i H
liink. Sufe deposit boxes for rent. U. S. ,
Frank Knox, president: James A. Mur
ray. vice-president: W. F. Earls, cashier; 1
E. A. Culbcrton, assistant q ashler.
t:pR:il paid In. $300,000. Interest paid
' :t time deposits.
, W. S. .Mc-COItNKMv. TIIOS. ft. CUTLEB.
! I'r&jlilent. Vice-President.
THE UTAH NATIONAL BANK,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
V receive deposits of $1.00 and up-
ward and pay four per cent Interest. H
St:irt uu uccount In our savings depart- 1
men: today, HHHHB
R. T. BADGER. Cashier. ,
UTAH COMMERCIAL AND
WM. F. ARMSTRONG, Prosldcnt. jH
BYRON GROO. Cashier. Jl
I Commercial Hanking In All Its Branches. 'H
j l'uur per cent interest on savings dcnoslts. IH
: jj,' tecsaaATSW
ETAHLISIIKD 1S3D. jH
Capital. 110.000; Surplus, S100.000.
SjieciRl attention plvnn to the col", H
lection of roni. payment of taxus.'i H
and th cure of property for non-res!-;, jHHH
I dents, ibl SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Salt Lake City. Utah.-; H
I WALKER BROS., i ' 1
I ESTABLISHED 1859.
Capital S2S0,000 . B
; Surplus S100.000
Absorbed the Salt Luke Branch of Wells- H
Fargo & Co.'x Bank. ; H
Safety Depoult Qoxea for Rent.. 1 H
Trava'crs' Letters of Credit Isaucd ' H
Avallrblc In All Parte of the World, I H
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT. lllj
' MfcCORNICR & CO., !.t '
BANKERS. , ,
- S ESTABLISHED 1873. '
; Salt Luke city, Utah.