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'yj THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING-, SEPTEMBER 22, 1909 9 H
Sfvc Start Is Made, lmt the
grav Finish Is Rather
iCES HACK OF TRADING
j STILL IN CONTROL
3plizin Movement Being Con
$M ducted in a Skillful
j!EW YORK. Sept. 21. After making
SfiiMrftVC start today, the stock specula-
SVcam.' to 11 cropper and experienced
tsfB'c confusion in adjusting Itself to some
jJBp' conslrti rations. The miscarriage of
i 'Wninvpini'nt. wlilclj lias centered in
ftHwiw: will he given responsibility een
kVy for tlie upset in .tho market, heavy
f nndin- of that stock following the
jSWaratlon of onlv the regular quarterly
UBdend at - per cent on the Central
ftwronil of Now .lorsoy stock. In the
ytijndelphla stock market .Lehigh Valley
ttmko nearly 1" points on the Jersey
iSKtral dividend action. This dlsap-
tfSn'tmciit In this matter brought home
iKily to the speculative mind the oc
Mt"to which It had boen relying on ru
VKijBrs ns vague and ill authenticated as
"Xim this one,
!fKn official announcement given out
lnKtenlav by the Vulcan Dctlnnlnp com
'Iryy declared that many of the minora
vVinto circulation concerning this eom
SjKy are grossly exaggerated, and likely
iSKnlslcad the public, following this with
TrKclflc disclaimers of various recent re
llBts -which have been used with effect
1 1 IK the stock marhi'L The stock broke
points in the early market today.
rWrtlior Inquiry regarding the reports last
&2Eek of an Intruded grant of subscription
SI Bit 8 by the St. Paul at Its annual mcet
1mn 011 ast pnt""duy developed Its In
sSent' improbability. Since the money
SKrket resources have begun to be con
lur.tod. however, the stock market had
jUvcn evidence of a steady movement to
nil, stocks under cover and to take nd
sESntape f nil strong sustaining influ
Jfljkcs. The lesson was cleaTlv lmi)llod
WKt the. leaders of the speculative move
Jnlpnt were reductlng their commitments
taEd seeking to distribute their holdings
Hp-Ilthc lilgh prics and ronllse their
'IWphe orderly and cklllful manner in
SBilcli the realizing movement Is being
jtwriclucted Indicates Its exemption from
!nX); very urgent pressure. Even today the
'Hpirltet gae further evidence of the con
fcffiiiicd control exercised by Hie forces
rck of the market In the sharp rebound
SI'prlees which followed the break. With
p:Bppolnlmni behiild them, the stock
Cflfcrket turned (o Hie Pennsylvania dl
Frfctoi'f' inert lug tomorrow ;is a hopeful
'liBurcc of Inspiration, and made eonjeo
!iMr;cs of a possible announcement of a
Imi, slock Issue with subscription rights
kpom that meeting. United States Steel
wtended Its record price to SR. The Fiih
HKgnllnl reeoverv from ihe break left final
ffjj Bee? not much Hiangod from. Inst night.
?ftBonds were uonk. Total sales, par
il!ie. 5r,.:l 1' 000.
tyAlinlted Slati'.s bonds were unchanged on
-JJMf' New York Bonds.
JJpBiS rof 2 s r g. .lOOJIIlI C-nt. 1 ref Is. fif)
J"d(i coupon ...1003 Inter Met .lis... SJ:?
WjH ;is reg. . . .101 J Inter M M lis.. 71
'.do coupon .. loii.lapan Is S7g
fS Is i-eg .... nuj do 14s flol
tilo coupon . .ll"i K ( So 1st :fs.. 71?-Jlls-c
1st r.s. l sh ieb is io;n :
,iner Agil .is... 102 L & N nn 4s tlf'l
mT,tr. is.ior.jl.M, ic- t i. ik. iooj
mer Tobai is.. $o do gcu lis H0J
r,lo fis . .ll4Mu Pnelf- ls .S2.'
jniiour v"c Co P. 9.11 NUU of Mox lis Olj
gen !s. .1004 X V C-nt g ."-i. It2
m cv is . . nsa iio deb u .. . '.i.i
filo c ri ; . 1 IX.. NY. Nil & II Cs. last
,liin t L 1 .:! N t 1st c 4s. us
kilt O Is . . .10(14 do cv Is mu
f&o njs vn Nor Pacir Is ...loi
fob s v :::.s... m, do ::s 74
irook Tc i-v Is. S71 O S I, rfJs Is.. Hit,
iftit or ci 1 :.?.. ioms Point cv :;4k nir. tss
lent. Lcath 'S..I005 do eon Is ..,.101
!RR of N.I g r.s.127 Rend gen Is ...ln
!f& C) ls. . . inril StL & KI-' fgli Si.l
filo re f.Ts .. .1004 do gen. 5s S'.l
A :Ps . .. 7.ig Stl .011 c Is.. 77i
!JK & Q Jt Is.. 07 do 1st gold Is Dli
filo gen Is . . !!! Heab A I. 4..... :0
I A: StP g Ik H'.it South I'ac c Is
TUo cen .lis .. syj, do cv
:UI & PRR c .Is 7!iJ Uu 1st ref 4s.. !!?
fh) col ..s .... 0-.'l South Uy :S - --11 1
I :6k In.lus r.s.. S3J,'U P 1s
(IV Join Mill ih ... S2 I do cv Is ------1 J" -S
, k& S r .t- c lis .iS1 do 1st & r 4s. OSS
I n is ... 10.; ji: s Rub
0 JP& R t; Is . . 07 jli'S Steel M i.s.l .?
fdo nf r.s .... or.i.Virg c g i.s.... .su
Wslll r,p 7r Wabash 1st px.lUj
3fle pr lien Tn.. SKS do 1st & Is. ..j;
cWo gen Is . .. Ml West M -Is..-. S..
SRlo cv Is ser A. RIJ West hlec ev i.s J IS
y o cv Is ser K- 7:. S'.T. sr HMO uoOhA
Ken Kief cv rs.l."l .
g : Treasury Statement.
J WASHINGTON. Sept. 21. c-oiiai-I
lion of the treasury at tho beginning t
1 Business today was as follows:
S ffiUco.nm1S" 5S02.7B2.SK0
J Oliver dolVir' IS 1.3 lfi.000
I Silver dollars uf IS00 J?! J." linn
sliver certificates outstanding ISl,.5H.,U'iu
tetanilaid silver dollnrs In gen-
Wal fund ,5,lo'Sr.;
Current liabilities I... H-
.JVorkhtg b.ilanc- In treasury
ff off Ires JG.OuO.i'IU
On bunks to credit Of treasurer
of Pnlted States !!
Subsidiary silver coin "oTmi ,'Vc
.Minor coin :VV nH-.-it
.., i'JtJU balance In general final . . D-..IU-, o 1 1
I w Dairy Produce
P.aEfMlK'AfJO Sept. 21. Butter Steady.
P SreamerU s. 2li29c: dairies. 222e.
5"Ecgs -Steady t mark, cases included.
p. "Vojpts. is.007. first. 22ic; prime
4 CheeirllEnKy. Daisies. Iifl5c: twl.
1 llSftir.c young Americas. iriilu?c lon
jj, horiis. 15e
Sm Tribune Want Ads.
IfBull Msiin .1200. Independent WO.
lj I The First AM
1 1 to Sawing
5 is a hanU account.
It strcii"! liens one's financial
I t . condition, and helps him build
i a rcHei've fund.
V i 0)imi an account with ilie Con-
W tineutal National Hunk.
fit -i per cent intnrcst paid
wM on savings ncconntB of $1
Mm and up.
m 8nl( Lake CHy. Utali.
9 Capital, $250,000.00.
MM Til yHBIEr
Copper Is Easy and Lead Js
dxik't: J ron Is
METAL PRICES IN a
NEW YORK MARKET -j-
j" Silver 51 j(.
f S'lVHf (London riuotuUon).' ".'.'sitjd
v Copper (electro) . . , . ..?l:'.7.'i&H.oi) -I-
XtJ11. . . ' v ". ; ', ; u"n( '-n7i
NEV YORK, Sept. 21. lnddn tin
VI- ,l5lM-1' lJ'liy- with spot quoted at
las and futures at jCI.'IS 17s Gd.
1 j, lc ,0lrtl market was easv and a
amide lower. Cloning quotations follow:
Spot and Septemlier, $30.15r:!0.'J5; Octo
b?r :iO.'20(f.rno.SO: November, 530.25
30.40; IJi-cembur, 430.UO(5,no.SO.
Standard copper, easy.; spot. September
aP.iln- October. 12.oO(Q12.70; November.
51J.Go$i;12.75: December. .$12.0512.75.
London market higher, with spot at .h'J
is and futures at fi0 ls lid. Local deal
ers quote lake copper at $i:.00fN3.2r;
electrolytic. S12.75(Jiis.O0, and casting at
Lead, quiet, ?4.:i0((t-l.:.7i New York, and
$4.201.30 Kast, St. Louis. London quiet,
unchanged; spot, 12 12s Gd.
Spelter quiet and Unchanged at $0.70
ij.io New York, and at $5.50w5.i;;i 10ns L St.
Louis. London market was unchanged
London iron market higher; Cleveland
warrants, Sis fid. No. 1 foundry north
ern. $18.75(Ji'19.2.T; No. 2, 51S.25CT1S.75; No.
1 'southern and No. 1 southern soft,
Closing Stocb List.
I Sales.) II. I L. IClso
Allis Chahnei-s pfd .. 100I a?. fi:t 52
Amal Copjior 31.300, S ST.Ji S4
American Agrl 100 17 If.i -lCJ
Amur 13eel Sugar ... 1.700 47 15a Mi
American Can pfd .. 2.200 SHJ S2i S2J
Am Car & Foundry . 700 70 OH G9I
Am Cotton Oil 1.G00 74J 715 7'Ji
Am Hide L pfd 200 I0 I fl 4 104
Am Ice Securities .. 700 2"J 2S 2Si
Am Linseed 100 101 1U1 IGK
Am Locomotive. l.l'OO liU 503, liOi
Am Smelting &. Rfg. 2S,.n.00 I01i OOS'IOO
do preferred' GOOlll I 113 1131
Am Sugar Refining . 7.500 131 132 133;
Am Tel & Tel 1.S00 1 131,1 123 113 '
Am Tobacco pfd 300 101 '100J 1001
Amvrlcan Woolun ... .400 3:il 30i 30
Ana Alining Co I.KOO' 511 10 ! 50jJ
do preferred .' I 1 1 0-1 H.
AHantic Coast Line. 1.200h30 H35 133l
Paltlmon- .t Ohio .. 17.7001 l.Si117Sjl ISi
do preferred I j 05
nethlehciii Steel 1.7001 V.r, 35 331
Hrooltlyn Jtaphl Trail 15,500 S0J 7!iiil SO
Canadian Pacific 1.200 1X3 1S24,1S2J
Central Lwither 2.1001 5g 4IJ. ItJ
do preferred (Q0lrt0li Hi! 10S
Central of N .1 300 323 315 320
Chesapeake Ohio. 1,300 Sijl S3', S31
Chicago .fc Alton ('.On OSJ 00 G7
Chicago o Western.. 200 liij IG& IG
Cht At Norlliwestr-rn. 300 1S5 103 IP.I3
Chi. .Mil & St Paul .. 32.300 1G3A 1G0S lfili
C C C & St Louis .. 20il 711 71 1 73
Colo Fuel and Iron .. 3.300 IGg 1511 1GA
Colo & Southern SOor fil 53J 531
do 1st preferred 100 70i 70j! 70
do 2nd preferred '.... 78
Consolidated Gas ... 2.:"00 1 HiiM UJil 151
Corn Products 1.700 2231 2211 22?
DohL Hudson 5.5O0 1051 P.I21 1034
Denver I: Gntiulu. 2,000 IK1 47' 17a
. do preferred . i 20(1 SGil 80 I S53
nistlllers' Sectirilles. . 40ti :k 372 371
lCrl; ' "I.I00I 3C. i 351 35l
.do 1st pref.-rred .. .200 52S frji 521
do 2nd preferred . .' 200 121 I2', 12?
Ceii'-nil Kleclrie ... 1000 1 f.7 1 00 1 1 07
G Northern pfd .... 0,700 155'Ki3I,15 ISt
lo Ore eortfs 7,100 SI S2ii S2Z
Illinois Central 300 155 151 153S
Ihterboioimh-M'et . . 1,200 15 J -IS I lfJ
do preferred ....... T 1.300 ISL 17 I7i
lht.r Harvester. ..... J, 100 0. I !I2& 03
rnter Marine pfd ... 700 234 23", 23J
Inl.-r Paper 800 Hi IS i 1S2
Inter Pump 1.100 ISI ISi ISi
Iowa Cental 40fl 203 20 ! 20
Kansas City Southern 2. ;0uj n f Itili -IGJ
do pr-ferred 1.100 721 72 I 71 5
Leuisvlllo Nash... 30O'l5l 153 "IS I
Minn K St Louis 200! 52?! 5231 52
Al. SI P & Sit St A!.. 3001!I1!UI1I18
Alissotirl Jeifle 2.100 72il 71 71?
Al. K .1- Texas 1,300 113 Hi IIS
do preferred ...v.. 200 71 I 71 71',
National Hlscuit 1.20011101115 115
National Leal 0,100 02 001 00.1
N It of Alex 1st pfd 000 5!S 50i 5!H
New York Central .. 17.100 l3SS13GjJ 137J :
N Y. Out Western :i.700l 503 10', 50J
Norfolk - Western . 3.30nl 05ijl 0I 05
North American ..... LIOol SI I S3 S31
Northern Pacific ... J l.GOOljfiRS'lfiliS 1573
Pacific Alall- 1.50013541341 351
Pennsylvania. 123, 20(111474 II 44 Jill 4 79
Peiple's ;.! 1.100 llrtl HSl'lltii
Pitts, r C & St LouiH 7011 i:p, 02 I .02
Pressed Stei-1 Car ... 700J 505! 50 50"
Pullman Palace Car 1 ' '105
Kly Steel Spring .... sool .'.nj' m ' 40
Keading 3flS.300'173J!li;0 :17og
Uepublte Steel 22,1001 113! I2! Ill
do preferred KOOllo.'ijillOSjMOSS
Itoek Island Co 11.000 3011 3Si! 30
do preferred l.lOOl 7GZ 7511 70 I
St L .V- S F 2nd pfd. G00I 503 5SI 504
St L soulliweslern . 2nol 208! 2G2i 204
do preferred 1.1001 GOi' G84! GUI
Sloss Shef Stl ,t Iron 2.100 !in ! SS3 soj
Southern Pacific 72.300'l33l(131 M32S
Soulherii Hallway .. 3.2001 31 Jl 3111 31g
do preferred 500 72 714 71
Tennessee Copper ... 100 371' 37.1 1 304
Texas & Pacific 2,4001 305! 30 1 3G
13. St L & West I I 1 50
do preferred ...I 1,400' 72AI 7is! 713
I'll Jo 11 Pacific 100.3001207 1203412058
do preferred 3.200!liisillOG4!l072
United Slates Huiilly. 200 S5iJ! S51! SI
I'nited Stnt'-s Uubhei 7,S00l 55?! 5li 515
United Slab's Steel.. I 2S.OI0I S5 ! S3.ll SIZ
do preferred PJ.OOnl 1 2SII1 1 2S3
Flab Copper I 1.200' 50ZI 5114I 50,
Vlr Caro Chemical .1 30O1 SAl 4S I ISS
Wabash 1 000! 21 20$' 203
do preferred I ! I 3
Westing IOI(ctrlc ..! 500' S7 SO I S53
Wwsteni Union ' S00! 7S 7741 77.',
Wheeling Lake 15. 0001 10 ! 0J1 03
Wisconsin Central ...I 100 54 I 54 51
Totul sales for the day, 1.29U.G00 shares.
Available Grain Supply.
NliW i'OUK. Sept. 21. Special cable
and telegrupblc communication received
.hv Itradslreet's show the following
'changes In available supplies as eompared
with previous account: Available supplies:
Wheal. Unlte'd States, east Rockies, in
creased 2,670.000 bushels; Canada, In
creased. 2.200.000 bushels; total I'nited
States and Canada. Increased, 1.030,000
bushel: afloat for and In Europe, in
creased. 2.700.000 bushels; total American
and European supply Increased 7,030.000
bushels. Com. United States .and Canada
Increased 421.O0O bushels. Oats. United
States and Canada Increased ISD.Vi bush
NKW YORK. Sept. 21. Uvaporatud ap
ples firm: fancy. 03G'12c; choice. S4l)o;
prime. Sl$J.0c: common to fair, 54tfi)7ie.
Prunes linn: California, 2illic; Ore
Apricots linn: choice. lOijlOJc; extra
choice. 104f"10Jc: fancy. ll13c.
Peaches llrm; choice quoted nt ulfliiic;
oxlni choice. (il;03c; fancy, 7(J'S4c.
Raisins unelianged: loose muscatels
nuoted at 34&14c: choice to fancy seeded,
iWoic-- seedless. 33ff'5c; and London lay
ers Ml Il.g0tffl.2r..
New York Monoy.
NKW YORK". Sept. 21. Close:
Prime mercantile paper, 14o per cent.
f.'i'lW exchange strady. with actual
lm iNHsi Uu l.onk,M- bills at 4.S.3B
I S4 40 ror 8.siy-day bills, and at S-I.SC.10
ff.-ommeSal bill,. $4.S334.S4i.
!n.nf "7onS .Tlftdy, railroad
bMoncyonC"call firm. 233 per cent: rul
rate. 2: closing bid. 2!(: offered, J4;
Tin e loans slightly softer and actix-e:
yVv duvs. 33 per cent; ninety days. 3ij
1; 'six months. 41-
' if ; mm are 1 tnhniro 1 hew. r. thr- to
j, b.-t fm vnu is tli. b. t lobfecu, It
WHEAT VERY STRONG
01 0H1CAGQ MARKET
.September Is Especially Buoy
aiff From Start to
Sept, 21. Wheat was un
usually strong from start to finish today.
September was especially buoyant, and
at one ilinerup pc over the December op
tion. This increased premium for Sep
tember was due to urgent demand by
shorts, firmer cables, smaller northwest
receipts and liberal purchnses of spring
wheat at Minneapolis and Dn4uth by
Southwestern millers, were additional
strengthening Influences. September
ranged between 51.03J and $1,051. De
cember sold between OSRc and 51. The
close was strong, with September at
$1,054 and December at D7ic4D51.
Com for 'September delivery took a
weak turn and declined nearly lc owing
to livernl sales by cash interests. Tho
deferred months, "however, were strong,
Decembers'olrl between GOie and 003c.
The maujfet "closed strong for future de
liveries and wcaJffor September, tho lat
ter being ofT Jc compared with the previ
ous close. December was ic higher.
Despite 'the liberal sales of December,
the oats market held quite firm. The
market closed with prices Iftio to ic
Provisions were bulllshly affected by the
strength of grains. Closing quotations
were 24c lower to 15c higher.
RANGE OF THIS LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
Sept 1.01 1.051 1.031 1.05J
Dec 00 1.00 08f5 1.00
May 1.02i. 1.031 1.02 1.03
Sept OS OR 07? 07
Dec 001 O0T 004 003
M.-iv . ii'jv cvi 01' i 02?
Sept 30g 30a 304 2
Dec '.. 301 304 30 303
May ill 42ii 415
Moss pork, per bbl.
Sept 24.10' 24.10 21.10 24.10
Jan 18.15 IS. 174 IS. 074 IS. 174
Lard, per 100 lbs.
Sept 12.174 12.20 12.15 12.20
Oct 12.074 12.10 12.074 12.10
Nov 11.074 11.724 H -074 H.T2J
.Ian 10.724 10.724 10.70 10. .0
Short ribs, nor 100 lbs.
Sept 11.05 1 i .05 11.00 11.00
Oct 11 .05 11.70 11 .024 U.05
Jan 0.55 0.05 0.55 0.C5
inour. strong. Feed or mixing barley,
4:irt?j52c; fair to choice .mulling, .Sw;G4c:
flax seed. No. southwestern. 51.31 ; No. 1
northwestern. SI. 15: timothy seed, $2.75fff
3.50: clover. $13.50; mess pork, per barrel.
$2l.05tfr2l.t0; lard, per 100 pounds. 512.25;
short rlb3. sides (loose1). 51 1.774f; l2; short
clear sides (boxed). $1 2.374 12.50.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 03.000 bushels. Primary
receipts were 2.075.000 bushels, compared
with 2.400.000 bushels the corresponding
day a vear ago. The world's visible sup
ple, ns shown by Uradstreefs. Increased
1.030.000 bushels. Estimated receipts for
tomorrow Wheat. 01 cars; corn. 311 ears;
oats. 170 cars; hops. 20.000 head.
CHICAGO. Sept. 21. Cattle Receipts
estimated at 11.000: market, weak. 10c
JOWer." MCCVeH. 5 l.((l'b..iO; M exas Mf ia,
S3.00fr5.10: western steers. S3.00fi0.50;
sloelo-rs and feeders, $3.00(fi) 1.70; cows and
heifers, $2.100.00; calves. ?0.7."W'0.25.
I logs Receipts estimated nt. 10.000;
market, shade lower. Light. $7.S0fi'S.35;
mixed. $7.75i?i'8. 10; heavy. $7.00f?.S. 10;
rough. $7,GO7j!7.85; good to choice heavy,
57.sr.fJtS. 10; pigs. 57.0OfLrS.0O; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts estimated i zs.noo;
market stead v. 10c lower. Native. ?2.70'f?
I 00- western. S2.00'r7Ti.OO: yeurlliicn. $1.40
fff5..r.0; lambs, native, f4.255y7.30; western.
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 21. Cntth Re
ceipt's. 21.000; market steady to I0e lower,
lower. Native steers. $I.25S.25; native
cows and heifers. S2.2f.fr5.50: st.oekors and
feeders. $3.00fyB.50. bulls. $2.005,3.00:
calves, $3.50ffy)7.25; western steers, $3.S0ig
G.75; western cows. $2.50fr 1-25.
Hogs Receipts. 15.000; market Be lower
Bulk of sales, $7.S5r,rS.25: heavy. $S.I0ffw
8.30; packers and butchers. $S.00WS.25;
light. $7.00fft)S.20; pigs. $5.50f17.25.
Sheep -Receipts, 10.000; market steady.
Muttons. $1.25)5.15; lambs, $5.7i1ifz'7.10 .
range wethers, $150575.35; range ewes,
Twelve thousand sheep on the market.
10c lower than yesterday's close. Jensen
of Ilober sold 001 yearlings, average
weight 100 at $5.20. Haley & Saltders of
Tennessee pass, sold 1225 wethers, aver
age weight. 00 at $5.05.
SOUTH OMAHA. Sept. 21. Cattle Re
ceipts. 7000 ; market best steady; olle is
lower. Native steers. $4.75f7i S.0,0; cows
and helfeYs. 3.0007 5.00; westcnl steers.
.vioffTG.SS; Texas steers, $3.50(0 5.15; rows
and heifers. S2.8uC. iD; mills and slags,
etc.. ?2 75ffi '1.75.
Hogs Receipts. 4210; market slow to
5c lower. Heavy. $S.0O(?iS.2O; mixed, $S.11
r,iS.W, ligiit. $S.l5ff7S.25; pigs. ?0.75(fj'7.75;
bulk of sales. $S.05(ji S.20.
Sheep Receipts. 23.500; market steady.
10c lower. Yearlings, $5.005.35; lambs,
. St. Joseph.
Special to The Tribune.
SOUTH ST. JOE. Sept. 21. Cat lie Re
ceipts. 5000: weak; natives. $7.25ffTS: Tex
as and western, $3.75515.75: cows and
heifers. $3$V1.50: bulls, $3fjiM.nO; venls.
51.50 ji'7.5o: yearlings and calves. $3.25$V
5; stockers and feeders. $4(f('5.25.
Shuep Receipts. 11.000: weak, 10c low
er: lambs. $0,0057; yearlings and weth
ers. $4.10?)5.15: ewes. $.1,8555.
P.OSTON. Sept. 21. The local wool
market Is marking time. Stocks are well
cleaned up and the situation is strong.
Tho leading domestic quotations are as
Domestic wools, scoured values:
Texas fine, twelve mouths. 755SOc;
fine, six to eight months, 0S7J)70e; fine
full. 5R5P00C. , , ,
California northern. CS5?.0c; middle
cauntv. G3(7G5e; fall free. 5057520.
Oregon eastern No. 1 staple. niff iSc,
eastern clothing, 70$i72c: valley No. 1,
Territory, fine staple. .5S0c, fine me
dium staple. 70(572e; fine clothing. 705
72c- fine medium clothing. 0747CSc.
Half blood. 73r7flc: three-elglithfi
blood. 0S5T70c: quarter blood. 07fJiOSc.
pulled extra. 725ju5r; fine A. C55jGSc;
A supers. OOiiCSc
Now York Flour and Grain.
NEW YORK. Sept. 21. Flour Re
ceipts. 50.015 barrels, exports. 12,432 bar
rels. Quiet, but firm.
Wheat Receipts. 52.800 bushels. Spot,
li regular. No. 2 red. $1,108 elevator; No,
red. SI.oSA nominal f. o. b. afloat; No,
I northern Duluth. Sl.OOS nominal f. o. b
"Options Higher English rabies domi
nated the. wheat market today, explain
ing an advance of nearly 2 cents 1i
prices. Shorts and commission house;
were good buyer, and ..-specially as casli
demands wore libera) anil northwest re
ceipts not so large. Last nrlces showed
UffriXc net rise. September closed ai
ll.lU; December. $1-031; May. $1.00 J.
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 21. Wool Un
changed; territory ami western mediums,
i!35F2Sc; fine mediums. 225?2le; line, 13
Costs money, but it docs perfect work
Wc have it. Century PrSntinj: Co., 55
57 Postofllce place. '
""Royal" Stnlc Bread Depot
Open P to V- 111 (I'l'Iy. Entrance on
'lliird isouth. Good briad very cheap.
01 P11E MARKET
Nice California Apples Are
Special Feature Tuesday; Big
Demand for Oysters.
There was little new on the local pro
duce market Tuesday. The demand tor
the various eatables was about normal,
and dealers reported the receipt of a ship
ment of fruit from California, This In
cluded a supply of the best apples which
have appeared on the market thus far
this season. Grapes were moderately
plentiful Tuesday and there was as good
a demand for them as for anything on
In the fish market the best demand,
perhaps, was for oysters. The restau
rant demand for this delicacy, according
to the dealers, is the cause of the good
call for It.
Poultrv Is still very scarce, and dealers
are now" looking forward to the opening
of the duck season, when this class of
poultrv at least will be plentiful. Tur
keys will also soon be coming In.
Testifies After Four Years.
, Carlisle Center, N. Y., G-. B. Burhans,
writes: "About four years ago I -wrote
you that T had been entirely cured of
kidney trouble, by taking two bottles
of Foley's Kidney Remedy, and after
four years T am again pleased to state
that I li.'ivc never had an- return of
those symptoms, and I am evidently
cured to stay cured." Folej-'s Kidney
Iicmcdy will do tho same for you. F.
J Jlill Drue Co.. SO W. 2nd So.
Weak Men Free
Send Name and Address To
day You Can Have It Free
and Be Strong and
T have In my possession a proscription
for nervous debility, lack of vigor, weak
ened manhood, falling memory and lame
back, brought on by excesses, unnatural
drains or the follies of youth, that has
cured so iniinv worn and nervous men
right in their own homes without any
additional help medicine that I think
every man who wishes to regain his man
ly power and virility, quickly and quietly,
should have a copy. .So I have determined
to send a copy of the prescription free of
charge, in a plain, ordinary sealed en
velope to any man who will write mc for
This prescription comes from a physi
cian who has made a special study of
men and I am convinced it Is the surest
acting combination for the cure of de
ficient manhood and vigor failure ever
I think I owo It to my fellow man to
send them a cony In confidence so that
any man anywhere who Is weak and
discouraged with repented failures may
stop. drugging himself with harmful pat
ent medicines, secure what I believe Is
the quickest acting restorative, upbuild
ing. SPOT TOUCHING remedy ever de
vised, and so cure himself at home qulet
lv and qulcklv. Just drop mc a line like
this: Dr. A. E. Robinson. 3S07 Luck
building. Detroit. Mich., and I will send
you a copv of this splendid recipe in a
plain ordinary envelope free of charge.
A great many doctors would charge 53
to 5 for merely writing out a prescription
like this -but ! send It entirely free.
I The price for "Monoy-back" j
styles in the soason's bost foot-
wcar j I
: All leathers, all lasts and val w
ttos that would bring as much as
$5.00 at most shoe stores. U
; Our price is $3.50 and every t
( pair carries tho "Money-back"
238-240 Main St.
Phones 41 9
The Sanitary Way of
Mosl laundries and even
a re.it many housewives
fornct. the importance of
1 perfect. laundering- i h
I washing hosiery but wc
doirl. Our hosier' lnund
oriiifi is done the Sanitaiy
Way. the same as 1 ho best
of apparel with as much
1 a u n d o ri n f cnrefulness.
Send your hosiery to the
.Sanitary it launders them
best. Send us your bundle
washing phone us now
1 our wagons call every-
39-45 So. W. Temple.
I ' IMMACULATE LINEN. ' '
Sm CkF Will press and clean
Ji teJtP y0"r SUit' WeCkly'
a MonflkT5le Regal Way
Phone. Bell Er. 39. Ind. 1133.
I WANT A PSECEOF
BREAD MADE OF
I There arc many good I
I things in our brush
i cases, but nothing which
I gives better value lor t
I the money than this $
Hair Brush j
I were offering this 5
I Where the Cars Stop 5
J Brush Shopp. I
fcnm. 1 1.
THE DIAMOND II RAND. yv
yV5vt I.ndle! Ak your Drucnlot for
i tSSHk CM-chM-lrt Dlminood UrnndAjVV
54KKek I" Krd ,ml SoI,l mwaWc7
LJyJ3 txna, jrlel with Blue Rfbtan. y
46R St&S Tate no other. Ilur of vour V
J- rif Drug?:t. AskforCHI.OIfES.TCa'Ei
1 C niAMOA'D It HAND PII.I.S. for 2UJ
lC Ml jurstnmrnasHMt.fifrtt.AInirJ KclUblo
r SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE
THE OLDEST AND LARGEST.
UTAH COMMERCIAL AND j
WM. F. ARMSTRONG. President.
BYRON GROO, Cashier.
Commercial Banking In All Ks Branches.
t t UitnroQl nn snvlntrs dcnoBHS.
rum jiizi v.wii.
R. G. DUN & CO.,
THE MERCANTILE AGENCY.
GEORGE RUST, General Manage
Idaho, Nevada, Utah and Wyoming.
Offlcs 201 Tribune Bklg., Salt Lako City
ESTABLISHED 1841. 189 OFFICES
National -Bank of t lie Republic
A thoroughly modern Ravings depart
ment conducted In connection with this
bank. Safe deposit boxes for rent. U. S i
Frank Knox, president: Jamas A. Mur- I
ray, vice president; W. F. Earls, cashier;
E. A. Culbertson. assistant cauhler.
Capital paid in. $300.00'J interest paid j
on Umo deposits. ,
W. S. McCORNlCK. THOS. It. CUTLER.
President. Vice President.
THE UTAH NATIONAL BANK,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
We receive deposits of 510" and up
ward und pay four per cent Interest.
Start nn account In our savings depart
ment today. I
R. T. BADGER. Cashier. j
DBSERBT NATIONAL BANK,
U. S. Depository.
Salt Lako City. Utah.
Capital, $500,000.00; surplus, S500.000.00.
L. S. Illlls President
Moses Thatcher Vice Prcslden'
H. S. Toung Cnahlev
Edgar S. Illlls Asst. Cashlet
L. W. Burton AssL Cashle.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent. j
1 1 IliCCfiPOTiTEO
Capital, $10,000: Surplus. $100,000.
Special attention g'vcn to tho col
lection of rents, payment of taxes,
and the care of propfitv for nonresi
dents. 351 SOUTH MAIN STREET,
Salt Lako City. Utah.
McCORNICK & CO.,
Salt Lake City. Utah.
Absorbed the Salt Lake Branch of Well
Fargo St Co.'a Bank.
Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent.
Travelers Letters of Credit Issued
Available In All Parts of the World.
WE INVITE YOUR ACCOUNT. I
DISEASED IWllCjlli and SECRETLY I
j Without Pain, Inconvenience or Loss of Time. No Failures. IH
I To Prove My New System, I Offer for a 1
j Short Time My Services at a Small Cost. j jH
mm $2.00 TO M A COURSE
! VARICOSE ;dS08i LOST VITALITY 8 H
.' Knotted -Veins M0 SSSSvit mSS 1
. Cured by nbsorptlon; no pS&Hi "ttlrL If you suffer Irom B ' liJH
Q pain. The enlarged veins fijgM, i?os of energy and ambl- II liflH
3 aro duo to mumpo, bl- f&Mf .A tlo,n- foel l 'red v.-hen you H , iiJH
; cycle or horacback rid- M?ftSy' J&?8! P5 arlse ln tlio momlnij, U lillH
r Ing, dlaexuse, etc. In tlrni wffi4p( tx&S? lamo back. dizziness, u ! 'iUH
' It weakens a man nu-n- vSr' " v3 spots before tho cea, 1 ijiflH
; tally as well ns phvslcal- ? tt"d feel you are not tho H 2 'flJH
i ly. Wo will cure you for VlA iCJ rnnn 'ou o,1C0 wore. we -?t
. llfo or maka no charge. ., ' nfA WlU CUf yU fV IIf' iiH
' PRICES ALWAYS 1 4&M, NO INCURABLE
REASONABLE S V CASES ACCEPTED ;
4 I will give tho poorest . '7J:W There Is no risk, for I i fiV
man a chance, as well as viv vj&sst. do not treat lncurablo SiillH
3 tho rich, to receive a cure dlftti 1 ifv cases under any consld- I 1 il
ha from me at a small cost. faSwtWi' raiifew cratlon. I DO NOT EX- iliiHH
t K THERE IS NO MAN fecPERlMENT NOR USE 'iH
I ! TOO POOR TO GET MY SffELmWJ'JLlors D"L'C5S TO '
h BEST OPINION FREE, fflfiSSaffiStRUIN YOUR SYSTEM. '
j Don't Let Money Matters or False Pride Keep You Away. I : fl
Cure Forever Case3 of !fl
I VARICOSE VEINS. BLOOD DISEASES. LOST VITALITY. PILES. ECZE- llil
I MA. FAILING HAIR. FAILING MEMORY, OBSTRUCTIONS. NERVOUS, - 1 ifH
. KIDNEY AND BLADDER AILMENTS. iH
Any man who wants to be cured, now that I have offered my services nt J MBH
, such LOW PRICES. ha5 no excuse for Buffering another day. I don't care l; IfllH
I who has failed, If you come to me I will CURE you of any of tho above- il
; named ailments or not charge you ono penny for my services. Don't give up : ilB
i before seeing mc. flJH
Call and oee mo If you can. Write today for particulars If you can not i IIH
call. Medicines are from 31.50 to $fi,50 a course. ; ppH
j DAILY HOURS. 9 to S. CONSULTATION FREE SUNDAYS. 10 to vT ;
SALT LAKE MEN'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE j jl
j 159io South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. . f
SPECIALISTS j ll
Who have successfully treated over y-rjj' .-Jftyrrm- !
: 100.000 casc3 of Catarrh, Chronic, and SJ Vi'k ! '
Private Dlscasca. Vti 4'
CONSULTATION. EXAMINATION M- C ' tlH
AND ADVICE FREE AND CONFI- 65. St? I, 'U!1L j 'tl'H
DENTIAL FOR ALL DISEASES. Wm I 11
1 Chronic Diseases fM H
t'ATARRH. ASTHMA. HAY FEV13R, (wa A WiWfa I
: LUNG TROUBLES. DEAFNESS. JTS-'LS -4 Wl ?
.' DISEASES OF THE STOMACH. S SiT Sfft M k
t L1VEK. I'.OWKLP. KIDNEYS, SKIN VTV if, ' 9
DISEASES. EPILEPSY. PILES. h;f&C-'ry. I
,' FISTULA AND ALL CURABLE KK f&k
: NERVOUS. CHRONIC AND PRl- f.f ,WJl4
t VATE DISEASES OF MEN. WO- M-.l 1?.-1.
F MEN AND CHILDREN, quickly and J W V
t successfully cured. ' i 'ltJxZi&i'Jss
$5.00 A MONTH , ,ms-
- I art r?r sf. Wc maintain a M
I Medicine Free. tlm maximum V K j? p Scpnruto Depart- ( IH
j charge for any Catarrhal Chronic all- lfefc! L) nvnt for men. with h
mont, no matter how complicated the IWf H 3 advantages you
case may be. u V a fct-i il xi cannot .secure else- L jH
ALSO CUME possihlc cost for nCnrc0" 'absolute t
Cures guaranteed, respectable- offices iH
LOST lANHOOD. SEXUAL WEAK- that you need not be aslmined to visit ;
i NESS. VARICOCELE. CONTRACT- yet the utmost privacy Is absurcd t ' IH
fi ED DISEASES DISCHARGES. SPE- vcu Personal treatment by Drs.
t- CMKfC BLOOD POISON. WASTING. Shore.s (no cheap hired doctors)--our
1 DRAINS, ETC., and all private dls- original methods, backed by thousand.; Il
cases and you pay In small weekly or cures, every modern appliance and 1 iH
or monthly lnslallnicnts, as the wise honent painstaking efforts for many
jirogresses, or you may I'AY WHEN years have placed Drs. Shores fa- I
CURED In all private diseases. above tlio ordinary Doctor and Special-
; j... ists. Yet you can bo CURED by lliese 1
! DrS.SjfCORES & SHORES Master Specialists in less time and for jH
' i.'vntrn'c sni.vnr nirti loss money than you would have to pay .
! ' Houston HloHc' 20 JMalisU opposite Qf Charlatans to experiment t H
i Kellh-O'Brleirs store. 011 JCM'- I !
I om.r.av-.ra.,. Home Cures by Mail
j r p. m.: tvonlngs. 7 to 8 p. m. Sun- A'l'ifl you "vc out of tovl1 1
5 ilays ami holidays, 10 a. in. to 12 noon. 1 for free symptom list. p
1 iii 1 1 in 1 1 111 I'm 1 iii 1 1 ri 1 HH
tjjfr-t-'1 ""J,f'r-" M.U.WH-JJHJHIJJJMVIII1WII'I ' 'm,'.' V.,- IWl'Miffi-gB'-BCT IH
Onii'c Honrs Daily 10 A. M. to 8 P. M Simday 1 1 to 2 P. M. H
THE KNOWLEDGE CDF DISEASE j I
IS HALF ITS CUKE
IF ALL VCU WHO ARE IN NEED OF A SPECIALIST WILL CALL ON ME
FIRST YOU WILL NOT HAVE SO MANY DOCTOR BILLS TO PAY. : ' H
'r Rooms 1, 2 ano 3. ( j
j g TIHOSCOPIG H
I By& A? wiiatJ you"" disease ""ivl thorn ' l'!H
? fJi $&4. :,nv information Trom you; ho will E !
ler U" vow enn tell It yourself.
By tlR- 1,80 of ,h; MICROSCOPE . :
tJi-fvaC''!!pi we can detect Calcut. Cancerous r l-l
lmfS&MWWS Matter. CarbonatM of Lime. Albu- 1H
SnWWMrMWWMm men and all extraneous substanco.- , !
nxl witl th Ur'ne or Blood. 1H
r'WtWxX' Tbls Is the sclcntlflc principle of . lH
iUfi4MtM&fM treating Chronic Diseases and Prl- ; il
vate Diseases. Just call and sue f 'M
for yourselves. !
And the P. O. if) not tloor Eouth Salt
Lake City. .
O That works like a charm. Ono O
f application makes these peaky lit- (
I) tie brown pests vanish like a sum- O
O mar's dream. Large bottles, L'5c. O
HJ Special price by nallon. 'Phones U
O KENYON PHARMACY 209 MAIM
p OPEN ALL NIGHT. O
ft GEO. T. BR1CE DRUG CO. j
liMw' Uw lir C for onar.tural M
ft&CvvSw 'linohnrcoo, inlloinmiitioai. Irl 1 H
ftpKRj irnttttionii or ulceration ct I H
I IflwiTiyCl -lucouo mombrnuQi. l'slnlon. H
!irM Ouursntona no; to rlrlctuio. H
, fcJryHrt 1'roTunta cootaulon.
! l!K5Yi Soiil hy Orncclotu,
fcCUE-'Ff: or In plats uropfor, oiproM JB
I V'&TrZ&iZX prcpiild, an roonlpt of ll.Q), Hl
ncmMx orlhm9bstOo(i,$2,iC. H
V sVwaii Olroular sent on request. ffTtJiVSI 1
FOE TOILET AND BATH
It makes tbc toilet somutliing to br ll
enjoyed. It removes nil stains nn H
roughness, prevents prickly lieat ana ;H
clinfi. and leaves the skin white, soft iH
healtlo". In tho bath it brings 11 gW IH
I of exhilaration which no commcc ll
i soap can equal, imparting tke vigor and IH
life sensation uf a mild Turkish buth. il
4ll Grocer? jinilJruiMiisii.