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' THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SUNDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 12, 1909. 13 iH
1 SITJSEOF WEEK
Second Thought Brings
tion From Remarkable
Rise of Friday.
ICTING VIEWS AS
)pinion Is Injection of
and Powerful Interests
YORK, Sept. 11. Tho tone of
ncnt which developed in the
arkef. today was the result ol'
ber consideration o the ex
iry movement of yesterday.
:o demand for Union Pacific
mediately on the death oC Mr.
ii hus stirred up rumor to ac
r jt. The nimor-mcnpers have
t a suggestion of contest for
j the property. Buying of a
eh would imply a hostile con
A'ccn great financial powers
rtaicn more damage than pood
fabric of values. These sug
tbeiefore, have a disquieting
tliL-r than otherwise, Io great
was Riven them,
ttcntiou was given to the broad
m conveyed in the bankers 3
iuounccment yesterday that
interests in the property were
i unison. It was this and the
on that a new and powerful
:ation was to l)e introduced to
in the control that was held to
for tho continued urgency of
uul from the shorts. The gen
asition to attribute the strength
larkets since the death of Mr.
kliMBiman principally to the. demand
IfUrO f. the shorts gave rise to someuis
'l" t of the market position.
' ib elimination or reduction of this
t interest, now in rapid progress,
SOine, Id be expected to Icavo the market
iau important sustaining force sub-
7IT7 eclat weakness of the copper stocks
e to the large increase in surplus
refincd copper reported for August.
rs.of a weak bank- return had some
, essivc effect' on the stock market.
:bank statement in fact showed a
-depletion of nearly $13,000,000 in
tt. actual showing, which accounts for
7 'eck of five da3"S. The stock market
' ed distinctly weak and at general
. incs on the day.
onus were firm. Total sales, pai
; ne. $3,842,000.
(hired Slates bonds were unchanged
'call during f he. week.
M( f- Now York Bonds.
"V S'trcf 2s reg. 1003111 Cent 1 r 4sT.'DD
4, o'coupon .1001 Inter Mot 45s.. Sg
I V a $s rcg lOlilnler IU. M lis.. G9
I I Kvicoupon . . lOliJapan -Is 8 i
f ME'Js rcg. ...4. do 44s 05i
LPBk-coupon ...lTTilC C So 1st ;!s. 743
WrMs-C. 1st 5s. Sr. L Sli del) 4s 1031 94
jmc Agfl nK.,J01SL & N un 4s.... 001
K? & T cv 4.10IIM. K k T 1 -Is.-KHU
Hr Tobac Is- U Jo en lis DOS
nMTea J lllJMo Paelf 4k.... 21
I'flfcour k Co 4. OS N R R of Ms. -lis On
iSCBR'Vsn Is ...KIOaN V Con sr 3is.. 012
cv 4s 1172 do dob Is 055
cv 5s 117SNV.NH & Tl Cs.lP.SE
ti c L 1 4s. 053 X k 1 c Is.. 9S1
t k O As 100; do cv Is 1013
EMK 0 31s fl2i'or Paelf Is -.102
ti 9 SW 31s. . H0Z do lis 7 H
AM Wk Tr cv Is. Sf?iO S I, rfdtr Is.. 015
i it of Ga 5s. ..110 Penn cv .lAs 1015 07-7
:, Jt Loath ris.l003Pcnn Con 4s . .lOnZ
mil R ot X.T s iis.127 Read sen 4s ... 001
T1 fe O 4is lOWSt 1. & SF 4s. S5A
LfV 0 iref ns 1003 do jxen 5s SOI
iiU t A Sis tZXSl Lou Sw c Is. 7S',
fB & Q jl 4s.. 07 do 1st sold Is Oil
km open 4r. .... flOlFVab A T. 4s... S01
. Sl&StPsSs On Fou Paelf c 4s- 03
Uiai I &PRR c 48 70q do cv 4s 10?.
Iif 0 col 5a .... 015 do 1st rcf 4s.. 047
il& 0 rfils 4s ... 01 do cv 4s 117
59011 0 Indus rs... S:; South Ry Hs ...111
jT 0111 4p .... S2 do sn 4s .... SH
fflr3l 6 S r & o 4is 0SL P Is 1025
& H cv 4s..;inr, do 1st and r 4s OR?.
& j t R O Is. . OS r S Riihhcr fis.105
- ' 0 rcf 5s 952 r S Stool ? .'.lOO"
; itlllcrfi r,s .,. 7S?Vlr C C s. .-. 00
' to pr lien 4s. 5SSW:hnl 1st .".".IP
iui 'O.Pen Is .... 77 do 1 and c Is 74
fflfn n cv 4s sor . srwp-! Mil 4 .. Sr
,UP b cv 4k scr V.. 75 AWot rf.c -lV Is 01
w 1 tl Elcc cv 5s. 152 V' on Con 4s.. SSZ !
lllll Treasury Statement.
nsM WASHINGTON. Sept. II. The condi
.i i of the treasury at the beginning of
Incus todny was as follows:
.sill nint funds
M 3 coin SSG0.S51.Sfi0
'cr dollnrs 4S5.Sn0.OOll
:or dollars of 1S0O 4.112.000
jjjf iCr certificates outstand-
wtf nff 4S5.S30.000
i !encral fund
r Pthi'"'! Hllvor dollars in gon
'"Jt ral fund .... 5.402.112
Tont liabilities 10n,S03.S0S
'rl"K balance In treasury
,Z fflccs . 20.522.4S7
Iaiil;s to credit of treasurer
l- f the United Suites 20,P.41."17
Wldiary silver coin 24.:i:t0..106
nor coin 1.S11.G72
(1 balance In general fund 00,320,03:!
Nev York Money.
2W YORK. Sept. 11. Closo:
Imc mercantile paper, li'S'-IJ -per
erllnp exchange easy, with actual
nB in bnnliera bills at J4.S-1.05fii
;i0 for sixty day bills nnd at ?I.SG.20
56.2ii for demand,
'mnierclal blllH. $4.Sli'??l.S4g.
;vcrnmeiit bonds steady; railroad
ncy on call nominal. '
"ie loans stroncr: for slxtv days. 35
cent; for ninety days, 'A per cent;
six months. 4 per cent.
! Imports and Exports.
W YORIC. Sept. 11. Tmpdrls of dry
at the port of New York for the
cmllng September I were valued at
norts of merchandise nnd dry goods
'c Jiort of New Yorlf for the wuok
K September 4 were valued at $14,
foils of specie for the porl of New
for the wcMc ending today were
13 silver and 5100.S3I gold,
ports of specie from tho port of New
for the week ending today were
Ju silver ami ?500.12u gold.
:V YORK, Stipt. 11. Evaporated ap
fialct. ilrm; fancy, WKUMb'.; choice,
prime, 7i(0)7Jc; common to fair,
c on spot,
Jnes. ilrm; California. 2.c to llic;
rtcots. firm: choice. 10ff('10ic; extra
e, I011i:103c; fancy. WJibVlc.
jclK-s, quiet, steady; choice. 5?,iGCc;
I eholce. CJffiCSc; fancy, "Sic.
sins. (ulct; Iooho muscatel, 35(?4Je;
f to fancy seeded, 45(Ti'Clc: sucdlesH,
lc; London layers, ?1.1BQU.20.
St. Louis Wool.
LOUIS. Sept. 11. Wool Un
'Red; medium grades combing and
(lug. 2246f.20e: light fine, IJ0Jtfr2GSc;
line, 134(Tji21e; tub-washed, 255737ic.
jSK'lo Central Coal & Coko company
fjflW'o mado no chance in the price of
flj&ME pprings coal, and are still selling
ijJH;y. Tribune Vant Ads.
IW".Main 5200 Independent 300.
iMETAL MARKET (juiET
IX ABSENCE OP CABLES
T ' PRICES OF METALS
v IN NEWYOBK MARKET
-I- Silver r... T
s London nuotation ".WW" Ofi X
J, oad' CU8 .-...?4.3o4.40 T
iork .md London metal exchanges be
ing closed as usual on Saturday, no
change was reported In the situation and
Pilccs were more or less nominal. Tin
was ciulot at $20.0030.15. Local doal
eiect?oUlviIc "if --cr at ?13.0013.25;
1 SndJifllr1 a"d stCady at S1-35
Iran wn.P.tC casy al 5S.G05.75.
1 1 on was steady at recent prices.
Closing Stock List.
-rrr; 1 SalCS.j H. I L. lCISO
nS ' rSH 100 51J 5111 513
Amer Reel Sugar.;.; "iVod "iti 431
Amer Ice Sccur...... "Vsoo'''"' ""
American Linseed .. 100 1G1 i; 15
Amor Sugar ' Re'f . ' I ; SlSM
tmer Th TcI?r- .300l4? 1406 1404
AmericTavCo0o,ePnf,, 200 102 101 l2 '
A,t,rMclU,a M,n Co-"'- 3.106 r-ii" 4G 4C
BnlUmor o i Ohio::;; . ijooimi U6i
Picferred ... , '14
BethJHiem Steel ., , i.Vool'34 '34" 33
llrooklyn R T r.500 775 7G5 77
Canadian Paciric.... ' 1.400 1S2J 1S13 1S2
Central Leather 3.S00 44? 43il 432
011 9t,:?lern 1.100 nii nojluos
Wl, Aril .?''y,Weat0rn '103S
Shl,aIn St I'""'". S,I00157B 155a15G
J- O L & St Louis, 7p
Co 0 Fuel Iron 1,100) 433 43 1 42J
Colo & Southern ..! ....( 50
1st preferred . . . Si"
2nd preferred I SO
Consolidated Gas ... 700ii l I?.'i42 142;.
Corn Products 1.G00 23"i 23 226
Del & Hudson.. 500!iniJ 100 100
Denver & Rio G 700 4G 4G 45.
Distillers' Sccur ... 400 37t 37 S 376;
r'o 3.S00 352 343 313
1st preferred ..... 000 52i 52 51J
2nd preferred 100 42 42 42
General Electric .... 200'l051 1G5 165
Gt Northern pfd..... . 4.000 153J 152" 1513
Gt Nor Ore Ctfs...7. 2,200! S2 S03 SO
Illinois Central S00:i54 152?. 152
Interborouph Met ... 5001 14JI 14 14
preferred GOP! 4fi IG 45J
Inter Harvester 2001 SS SS S7
preferred 400,22 21 ! 215
Internatl Paper 200 IS.1, 1731 17?
Internatl Pump 200l 49 40 4S
Iowa Central ' I -20
Kan City Southern.. 1.600 473 4G2! IG.J
preferred 100: 73 73 73
Louisville .t Nash... 500'153 1503 150 !
Minn ffc St Louis 55 1
M St P & S Ste M. . .! 100 1423:1423 1423
Missouri. Pacific ..., 1.000" 71 GO GO
Mo Kan Texas...' 1.900 m 41 41
preferred 1 '.. .!... ! 75
National Rlscuit ....! 200!10S1 107ft'l0."i
National Load j 1.G001 003, S9i S01 I
N R cif M 1st pfd 100 55g 55g 55J
New York Centrnl. .! 12.000 137 '1318 1341
N Y Out West ! 00: 4Si' 47 1 47 1
Norfolk & Western.. 400. 04 935i 03$ I
North American .... 400' S3 S2il S2J
Northern Pacific 3.8001155 153a153.
Pacific Mall 1.100! 31 ! 32Ji 322
Pennsylvania (i.200 1413.1 1.OS'1403
People's vGas 1 .S001 lir.jl 1 15 11I3
P C C &-S.t Mollis. A i-".,ut4' 91
Pressed Ptccl Car .hi f ' lOOf 40J; 401; 19
Pullman Pal Car .1101
Rv Steel Spring ' 100 I0Z 40Z 40
Rending S5.700 lGr.SilGO" IGOi
Republic Steel 400 30 : 38V 3S
preferred fJOOj 10GZ1 1 ORi'l 00
Rock Island Co 0,700, 30 3S I 38
preferred I 2,000 751 743 74?.
St L Sc S T 2d pfd.. I 200 571 571! 5G
St L Southwestern... 100 256 25Z 251
preferred 100! G5 G5A G5i
Sloss Shef S Sc I.... 200: S52 S5 SIJ
Southern Pacific .... 47.400 120 127 11275
Southern Hallway . .. M00 31 " "
preferred 400 G9 , GO GS3
Tennessee Copper 10
Tonus & Paelllc S00 .JW S..8 3oS
T St L & West 300 ;.15 13 nli
preferred 200 70a 70S 70
Union Pacific 143.S0O 210j 207 !207
preferred 12.90oll2 109i 1095
ii Pfiltv '....!.... soj
U Rubber-T 1.000! r.28i 51 51
n s Steel "T.GOO S03 79 70
nrcfeiTCd 'J.400 12C1 125311251
Utah Copper 700 402 4S2 4Si
Jrftferrcfl 2.000 50 J 4S2
WeK'Mnphouse 12lec .. 1.000 So? So S4J
We.-fcrn Union ..... a.conl, SJ: .0
WhoHImf & L Krlc 100 gj. o 0i
Wisconsin Central ,. 1001 qol "I j
Total sales for the day. G00.100 shares.
Clearing House Statement.
VFW YORK. Sept. 11. The stalcmcnt
nf'thc cloarlnp house hanks for the week
?how that the T banks hold S6.IG0.175 more
t an the requirements of the 2o per cent
loerve rule. This Ifl a decrease of $S.
sflo 175-ln the proportionate cash reserve
as 'compared wllh last week.
The statement follows.
,", si 3IK.305.200; decrease. $00,000.
Deposits, J1.3S1.320.300; decrease $13,-
11 circulation. 531.C30.-100: Increase. $17.-
00;oKnl tends. S71.S12.000; decrease, ?3.-
S5SrIS2io J279.923.000: decrease, S.2n.1.800.
Reserve. ?351.S01,500, decrease, $12,117.-
2R'cpervc required. $315,332,325; decrease.
cilrnhw 5G4G0.175; decrease, SS.SG9.175.
Sft,fsui deposits. $0,858,075;
ditf? percSuS'o) actua, reserve of the
in t-lnff house banks today was 2o.J0.
Tl c "ftaiemciit of banks and trust com
nio nf Greater Now York, not rcport
Cto the clcarinp house, shows that
bne Inst tutlons have ntwrcfcato deposits
lV i ?t- .IG4 900: tola cash on nand, $1.4,
1?17?(.60. aiid loans amounting to $1,219.
S70;500. . ...
TmotlUo heavy move
V c r fVmlK toward the Intorlor. cou
"!cu m, n ins of over $1,000,000 to the
n,ont of thV aVsbclat..,! banks of the city
iiicnl 01 VIII Salurdav. surplus ru-
of h2 hv nc f Hen S7.0Sl,725. bilngins
nirnrosent cvs" above the 25 per cent
n iUVm to S3.1CG.100. the lowest sur
iijlnlmum. to j (nany
p,tiwPnrev ious . The banks lost In ac
I'Lh SiirlnK the wHc owlnjr to the
mrnw SI " 10.800. Their loans
'rc 1 end S I.LVfi. S00. and this, w tl,
i,e loss n cash, bioufiht alrout a de
J.iP,Jr. of Tli.030.a00 In net deposits, ' he
,m n rtd ' n In loans Indicates that
the Rail s arc RCttlnn themsolves Into a
noltloii 10 meet further . interior cur
K fihlnmenta. The same tendency
ISC noted n tl e case of the trust com
nV, es outside, the clearhip house, which
nPso reduced their loans over .yi.uuy.uuu
hist week. The trust companies sufTcred
a io of only about half a m Ulon ensn
and I contracted their net deposits ?S.0i3.
400 present surplus roserve of clcarlngr
hmiKO banks, based on thfilr nctunl cou
nt ion Sat.mlay. Is only one-fourth of 1
per cent above the legal minimum."
New York Sugar.
NICW YORK. Sept. Jl. -Sugar-Raw.
steady; fair rcllnliiir. S.CiS.jOe; centrlfu
cnl OG-test, I.17C i-20c; molaases supar.
3J2I(Ti.l5c; refined. steady; crushed,
r.iSuc; powdered. 5.25f; Kranulated. n 15c.
Now York Produce.
NIOW YORK. Sept. 11. Butter Steady;
'""."K'Hr-'stt'Hilv : un. -Iinst d : exports
WHEAT PRICES MOVE
OVER WIPE RANGE
Sliorfs Bid Up at the Opening,:
but Heavy Unloading
CHICAGO, Sept. 11. Wheat was on
trenioly erratic and prices moved over
a wide range today. Interest of trad
ers centered in September, which again
manifested signs of considerable conges
tion. Shorts In that option bid tho price
up sharply at the start and again at
the various times during the day, but
later several leading holders sold freely
and this caused severe declines in all
L-ato selling was based on talk of
greatly Increased receipts next week at
northwestern grain centers, and on th
continued absence of export demand, The
range for September was between $1.02
and 51.041, nnd for December OGfiOfiic
nnd OSJc. The market closed weak, with
prices only a trifle above the lowest,
with September at SI. 021 and December
Corn was depressed by liberal sales
by loading holders, caused by reports of
greatly Increased country acceptances.
Tho market lacked any good support
The close was weak, with prices off
4c to 1 (7) Sc.
Realizing in tho deferred months
caused weakness In oats. Covering in
September by shorts caused some fair
rallies. The close was weak, with prices
l&ic below yesterday.
Trading In provisions was dull. At the
close, prlcos were 2l5c lower to 20c
PJVN'GB OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
September .. 1.04 1.0U 102 1.02A
December .. 975 9S5 O'Gi 9GZ
May 1.003 1-0H 993 1 00
September .. G7X G7I G7i G7E
December .. 60S G01 GO GOi
May ... G2i G2J G1J CIS
September .. 393 405 393 39Z
December .. 30g 40 39J 392
May ,. 42 423 41" 4U
Mess pork, per bbl.
September ..23.fi2j 23.72i 23.G2J 23.72f.
January IS. 22! 18.40 1S.22J lS.32i
Lard, per 100 lbs.
September ..12.171 12.20 12.15 12.174
October 12.15 12.20 12.15 12.175
November ..11. SO 11.S21 11.771 11. SO
Januury 10.725 10.75 10.70 10.721
Short ribs, per 100 lbs.
September ..11.70 11.80 11.75 11. SO
October 11. GO 11. Go 11. GO 11.65
January 9.621 9.G25 0.G21 9.G2J
Cash quotations were as follows: Kiour,
firm; winter patents. $4.65(5)5.00: winter
straights. $4.45 4.S0: spring straights.
$4.55?74.75; bakers'. 53.30g4.S0, No. 2 rye.
7Kg)72c, feed or mixing barley, 4GQ'52c;
fair to choice malting. 56GGc; flax seed,
No. 1 southwestern. $1.34; No. 1 north
western. $1.41; timothy seed. $2.503.40:
clover. $12.50; mess pork, per barrel. S23.70
(0123.75; lard, per 100 pounds. S12.20J?
12.225; short ribs, sides (loose), $11. 055?
11. SO; short clear sides (boxed), S12.37i'3'
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 144.000 bushels. Primary
receipts wore 1.3SI.O00 bushels, compared
with 1.G5G.00O bushels .the corresponding
day a year ago. Estimated receipts for
Monday: Wheat. 57 cars; corn. 40S cars;
oats, 16S cars; hogs. 27,000 head.
CHICAGO. Sept. 11. Cattle Receipts
estimated at 400; market steady; beeves.
54.25(2)8.30; Texas steers, S4.1o5.fi;
western steers. S4.15G.30; stockcra and
feeders. $3.00(25.00; cows and heifers,
$2. 30(3)0.30; calves. $G.509.00.
Hogs Receipts estimated at S000; mar
ket steadv; light. ?S.00ff?S 45; mixed.
$7.S5?S50; heavy. $7.65(i)S.50; rough.
$7.G5(j 7 .00; good to eholco heavy. $7.00if;
S.50; pigs. $7.30S.25:-bulk of sales, $8.10
Sheep Receipts estimated at 3000.
market strong; native. $2.$0(?,5.00; west
ern. ?2.30'r? 5.00; yearlings. .4.G0'g)5.54:
lambs, native. $4. 5007. 05; western, $4.50
KANSAS CITY. Sopt. 11. Cattle Re
ceipts. 500; market steady; native steers.
$4 .TiOS.OO; native cows nnd heifers. S2.0G
(fi'5.50; stoekers and feeders, S3.007j3.50;
bulls. $2.50(?3.75; calves, $3.75'a5.53;
western steers, $3.90Q'G.75; western cows,
Hogs jRccolpts. 2000: market weak to
5c lower; bulk of sales, S7.S0(tS.15; heavy. !
5S.10ff?S.25; packers and butchers, JS.OOd-
S. 25; "light, $7.60'S.05; pigs, S5.S0(y j
Shoop Receipts. 500; market steady;
muttons. $4.25(?'5.25: lambs, $fi.00'7.7O;
rango wothers, $l,005.G0; range ewes,
SOUTH OMAHA. Sept. 11. Cattle Re
ceipts, 700; market unchanged; native
steers. $4.75(f5.75: cows nnd heifers, 53.00
io. 25; western steers, $3.50(j'G.OO; Texas
steers, $3.00(7)5.25; range cows and heif
ers. $2.75(24.50; dinners, $2.00(?3.0n;
stoekers and feeders. $2,755.50: calves.
S3.50(2G.50, bulls and stags, $2.50(1)4.50
Uosh Receipts. 4000; markot steady;
heavy, $7.70&S.OO; mixed, $7. 85 (2m .93;
light. $7.95(iS.10: pigs. ?G.50(j),7.50; bulk
of sales. $7.80(778.00.
Sheep Receipts, 700; market steady,
yearlings, $4.75(?".50; lambs, $G.75(i'7.50.
Special to The Tribune.
SOUTH ST. JOSIT,PII. Sept. 11. Cattlf
Uecclpls. 200; steady; natives, $G.25T;'
7.50; Texan? and westerns. $ l.00(25.75;
cows and heifers. $3.00(2)4.75; bulls. $3.00(0
4.75; veals. $4.50(jjS.OO; yearlings and
calves, $3. 23(2)5. 00; stoekers and feeders,
Sheep Receipts. 500; steady; lambs.
S7.25&7.50; yearlings and wothers, $4. 255i
5.15; ewes, $4.00(24. 10.
New York Flour nnd Grain.
NEW YORK, Sept. 11. Klour Receipts,
2S.790 barrels; exports. 7550 barrels: mar
ket o.ulct and steady; Kansas straights,
$4.75(i4.90: Minnesota, patents. $u.l0(j
fi.00; winter straights. $l.S5Ct'5.00; Minne
sota bakers, $5.005.40; winter extras,
$4.20(014.05; winter patents, $1.30(ji5.00;
low grades. $4. lO' l. 45.
Wheat Receipts, 40,800 bushels; spot
market, firm; No. 2 red, 51.0SJ elevator;
No. 2 rod. ?1.12i spot f.o.b. alloal: No. 1
northern Dulnth. $1.0Si f.o b. afloat: No.
2 hard winter. $1.12 f.o.b. afloat.
After a poor start, due to liberal re
ceipts and disappointing cables, wheat
had a strong advance this morning on
a scare of shorts following aggressive
bull support at Chicago. Later It eased
off again and closed unsettled at Jc ad
vance to Jc decline.
CHICAGO. Sept. 11. Butter steady;
creameries. 2ll5'29ie; dairies. 22(2)Gc.
Eggs steady; receipts. 704G cases; at
mark, cases Included, ISc; firsts, 20e.
prime firsts. 22c.
Cheese steady: daisies, lti(g)lG3c; twins.
I42(i'15c; young Americas, lGc; long
Gaelic Gate nnd Clear Crock coal will
remain $fi.7fi per ton. delivered. Bam
berger Coal Co., ICJ Main st.
Notice Is hereby given that a meeting
of the wards of the Wizard of the Wa
sntch Is hereby called for Tuesday. Sep
tember's, 1009. nt tho. hour of S o'clock
p. m.. In the rooms of the Commercial
club, in the elty of Salt Lake, county of
Suit Lake, state of L'tnh, for the pur
pose of forming a corporation of the
wards of the Wizard or the Wasatch,
with such rlghtfl and obligations 03 111.1v
be prescribed by law
Dated nt Salt Lake Clly. this 7th day
or Scptonihor. a n. lonn
GEO. W. CODDARD. Secretary
OS PRODUCE MARKET
Cold Weather Has Good Effect
on Demand for Fish
Despite the inclement weather, busi
ness was quite brisk on the I local pro
duce 'market Saturday after an entire
week of very little doing. The dealers
greeted the" Saturday marketers with
a pood supply of seasonable eatables, a
splendid variety of nice fresh vegeta
bles forming a'spccial feature. There
was a good demand for potatoes, cab
bage, and tho like.
The cold weather had a good effect
on t lie meat and fish market, tho de
mand for tlieso lines of eatables being
strong. 111 the meat lino tho best de
mand was for veal nnd beef. The de
mand for poultry also showed signs of
Nice watermelons were plentiful Sat
urda'. and the dealers offered them at
'2 and 150 cents each. Cantaloupes were
also plentiful at 5, JO and 15 cent?
Tribune Want Ads.
Roll Main 5200 Independent 360.
Notice Is hereby given that a special
mcetlnR of the stockholders of the Bing
ham Central Mlnlnp company, a Utah cor
poration, will be held at the principal
place of business of said corporation at
CR West Third South atrcot, Salt Lake
Clly, Utah, on the J3th day bf Septem
ber. A. D. 1909, at 2 p. m. of aaid day
To consider the future action of this
corporation and to discuss and pas3 upon
tho advisability of dissolving this corpo
To pass upon tho actton of the stock
holders of said corporation at n special
meeting of said stockholders, held Jun
12. 1909. for the purpose of amending thi
articles of incorporation of this "com
To consider the ratification of tho sale
of all of the assets of this corporation
proposed liy the board of directors of this
corporation at. a meeting of said board
held June 23, 1909. confirmed by tho
stockholders at a special meeting called
for July 9. 1909. adjourned, and finally
held July 16, 1909; also
To pass upon and consider tho ratifica
tion of tho assignments and conveyances
authorised at said stockholders' meeting
and made by the secretary of this cor
pora'ion pursuant to said authorization,
To consider and pass upon such other
matters as may come before tho meeting
SAMUEL A II ALL,
President and Director.
E. W. CLARK.
T. II. QL'ILLEN.
FRANK T. II1A.TT. Secretary. w24C0
Notice Is hereby given by the city
council of Salt Lake City of tho In
tention of such council to make the fol
lowing described Improvement, to wit:
Extending and laying sewer lateral of
vitrified pipe eight (S) Inches In diameter
In the center of Flowers court, between
First South and Second South streets.
In sewer district No. 1, and defray the
abutters' portion of tho cost and expense
thereof, estimated at seven hundred and
fiftv-nlnc ($759.00) dollars, or two and
30-100 (S2.30) dollars per front or linear
foot of abutting property, there being 330
feet abutting said Improvement, by a
local assessment upon the lots or pieces
of ground within the following described
district, being the district to bn affected
nnd benefited by said Improvement,
The south 165 feet of tl-i west sldo of
the cast 14S.5 feet of lot 7, and the north
1C3 feet of the west side of the east 148 5
feel of lot 2. block 55, p!ut O, Salt Lake
All protests and objections to the car
rying out of such Intention must bo pre
sented in writing to tho city recorder on
or before the 23rd day of August. 1909.
being the time sot by said council when
It will bear and consider such protests
and objections as may be made thereto.
Ry order of tho city council of Salt
Lake City, Utah.
Dated Anrll 19. 1909.
J. B. MORETON.
Sewer extension No. 234. Rc-adver-tlscd.
as vell as business man
chould have a checking ac
count. It enables him to save
so much time, and avoid the
1 risk of loss.
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check, Is Invited.
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