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- - THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNES TUESDAY MOKNINgj, SEPTEMBER 20j "lSlQt Si H
Met Under Condi-
gU in evidence
HDay Are Less Re
Kiaii Concern of
UK. . iq The stock mar
!f nothing " clearly as
flKriSn of the specu
iKerm mat ia events.
the end of the day
K.eiD'taad little effect on
Mftn.,s ? the importance
.gy especially the
MWX nreme court decisions
BL nf the railroad rate
L o Is looked upon as
Ef.VstBKe in that pro
fcfdcTnf more clearly
Ketuk confronting: the
JK're commission in shap
E flxlns fwlBht charges.
MSt a welEht will remain
faetivlty in railroad se
light Is obtained on
Wt trice of copper in Lon
flElrfent of the day. Steel
Kre not altered In tone.
(Persisting that lower
HRiihed products would
BttiUon manifest for the
Koi cold in the London
Hquietfns effect on money
iKVeek's loan expansion of
Kuto is said to have been
Southern financial centers,
BEortsents the preparation
ctlngenclos in the cotton
KkMi foreign bankers,
rrtpil&r. Total sales, par
I Jj declined i per cent
I on call.
i 'York Bonds.
D1f.ll Inter Met 4s... Sl
MMj Inter M M 4ls.. 64
UOli Japan 4s S2J
MOll Japan lip
UW K C So 1st Ss.. 72 i
115 Uke Sh deb 4s. 93 i
1. 16 L & X un 4s... 98
r.lOH Mo. K & T 1 4s. S6
i.lOOJ do gen 4Js ... 77
l. Ill Mo Pacific 4s... 94 J
1.105 N Rys of Mx 4j SS
j. 5JIK Y C gen 3js.. 95i
J5J do deb 4s . ...134
M05 NY.NH iHc5 9Si
UfiS IX &. W 1 con 4s 99
. Mi do cv 4s 100
;?S9j Nor Pacific 4s. . 71s
i 521) do 3s 93i
. Mj(0 S It rfdtr 4s.. 9SJ
. S3 (Penn cv 3js....l02i
lte do con 4s .... 9Sj
:. tsllReadlng gen 4s. S13
!.13USt L &. S P ig 4 S7i
f.VAh do gen 5s .... 74
r. SJJiSt 1 S con 4s.. 91
M3 1 do 1 gold 4s . 693
I. S!iScab A L 4s 91
i. S7J,So Pacific c 4s. 975
li S2 do cv 4s 95
feTi do R R 1 r 4s.l06S
f. EfiijSo Ry 5s 753
?. 76 do gen 4s 101
I M 'Union Paclf 4s 102 1
II HI do cv 4s 95
I. J7J do 1 and r 4s 102$
f. 31 U S Rub 6s... .104
Sli'U S Eteel 2d 5s. 991
.'. fii Va Car Chem 5.1094
f Hi Wabash 1st 5s.. 63:
i. "21 do 1 and e 4s S5g
1 10 West Md 4s S3
B i West Elec cv 5s 93S
MM I Wis Central 4s. 932
K Sept. 19. The condi
nry at the beginning of
P WO 3.561.000
F outstanding. 454.311,000
Collars In gen-
lj .. 7,028,342
pit of treasurer
.. J,S5' 36.151,250
, W'n 10.641.P90
. gjgneral fund. 52.250.300
FI BUSINESS IN
Exports for Month So Far in
Excess of 12,000 Tons;
Lead Still Quiet.
: 1 1 1 m : h.m..m.
PRICES OF METALS
j IN NEW YORK MARKET
4- Silver .... .7777 53 ic
v London quotation 24 9-16d
Y Copper (electro) ...... $12.32412.623
T Lead .. J4 37a4.42J j
fa-l-M-M- I-I-I-1 ! ! I I r-ii..i. mi M
NEW YORK, Sept. 19. Standard cop
Ppr" . quiet; spot, September and October,
?12.10(&12.20; November, 512.1512.20: De
cember. $12.15g)12.201. London dull: spot,
54 lis 6d; futures. 55 13s 3d. Arrivals
reported at Now York wore 1140 tons.
Customs house returns show exports of
li,699 tons so far this month. ..Lako cop
per. $12.50()12.75; electrolytic. $12,371
12.621 and casting at $12.12112.371.
Tin quiet; spot. $35.1535.175; Sep
tember. $35.0035.10 ; October, $34.50
234.55; November, ?34.2534.75; Decem
ber. ?34.0034.50. London dull; spot.
159 7s 6d; futures, 15S 2s 6d.
..hx Qulet' $4.37154.42J New York, and
4.25fl4.30 .East St. Louis. London, spot,
12 12s 6d.
SP?!ier Quiet. $5.50(0)5.55 New York, and
$o.3il5.45 East St. Louis. London, spot.
23 7s 6d.
Iron, Cleveland -warrants, 4Ss 101d. Lo
cally Iron was quiet; No. 1 northern.
$15.5016.00: No. 2. $15.2515.75; No. 1
southern and No. 1 southern soft, $15.75
Closing Stock list.
I Sales.l H. 1 L. lClso
Allis Chalmers pfd... 29
Amalg Copper f.,100 f.38 C2g C3i
Amcr Agricultural .. 100 44 44 43
Amer Beet Sugar ...J 5001 37 36JI 3Gi
Araer Con :. 100 S S 7 J
Amer Car & Foundry 200 468 4GJ 45
Amcr Cotton Oil 611
Am Hide & Lea pfd. 200 202 20 20i
Amer Ice Securities .1 4001 1811 IS 173
Amer Linseed 11
Amer Locomotive . . 400 37J 37 361
Amer Smel & Ref'ng 8,700 651 64i 65g
Am Smel fc Ref pfd 1003
Amer Steel Found.. 200 44 44 43j
Amer Sugar Refining 700 116 115 1151
Amer Tel & Tel 500 135 134J li
Anicr Tobacco pfd 92i
"Amer Woolen i 27$
Anaconda Mining Co 3S$
Atchison J 2.5001 9Si) 97J 9S
Atchison pfd I 100100i1004 99J
Atlantic Coast Line.. .I....I109
Baltimore & Ohio I 500 1043103J104J
bethlehem Steel 600 2Si 27i
Brooklyn Rap Tran.. 2.500 75 74JJ 74J
Canadian Pacific ... 900 190A 190 190
Central Leather 1.000 32 321 321
Central Leather pfd. 100 1041 1041 104
Cen of New Jersey 300c
Chesapeake I Ohio... 1,600 745 743 743
Chicago &. Alton 28
Chi Great Western 22?
Chi Great West pfd.. 100 451 451 451
Chicago & N W 400 144 144 144
Chi Mil & St Paul.. 4.700 121i 1195 121Z
C. C. C. & St Louis 7ac
Colo Fuel & Iron.... 100 29J 29J 2&1
Colo & South 100 53 53 52j
Consolidated Gas ... 1,200 131 130 130E
Corn Products 1. . .. ....... ,1 138
Deleware & Hudson.! 162c
Den &. Rio Grande.. 29X
Den & R G pfd 300 713 71 711
Distillers Securities 100 261 271 26
Erie 400 25i 25 25
Eric 1st pfd I I. .'..(. .. .1 i
Erie 2d pfd I 32
General Electric ! 14-
Great Northern pfd.. 1.000 1233 1238 123B
Gt North Ore Ctfs... 400 55 558 55
Illinois Central 400 120 1120 ! 128$
Interborough-Met ... 19,100 21 201 2K
Interborough-Met pfd 14.000 551 o4i o4
Inter Harvester ;- ?'
Inter-Marine pfd ... 2,600 161 1ob( 161
International Paper .1 ; !: S
International Pump . 2.S00 393 391 39
Iowa Central" - Ijj,
Kan City South 100 271 2d 2d
Kan City- South pfd ,?.?.c
Laclede Gas 100 100B 100g lUyj
Louisville : 'asn
SISS t P & alt M ' ' 100 i32i m 131
Missouri Kan & Tex. 300 311 3lg 311
Mo Kan fc Tex pfd 16
Missouri Pacific 200 a2i 52s o2
National Lead 300 oOS 50j oUj
Nat Rj of Mx 2d pfd 100 ml ml 31
New York Cen 600 11211112?..
N Y Ont & West 0
Norfolk & Western 361
North American o?j
.Northern Pacific .... 2.400 1138 1121 11 J i
x ariflc Mail 200 2S 2Si 2Bj
Pennsylvania 5,500 12SJ 1271 12S3
People's Gas XJ
Pius C C & St Louis 03
Pittsburg Coal ia
Pressed Steel Car ... jf
Pullman Palace Cor "0
rUSSs S.l'.e' ?.p'..VswM"oiiii3o
Republic Steel pfd .... . ...... A- V;,;
Rock Island Co...... J l.'00 30J 3061
St L it San Fr 2d pfd 100 64 61 62
St. Louis Southwest.
St L SbuthWn pfd -c
Sloss Shef Stl & Iron .......
Southern Pac flc .... 3.000 1130 112X 1132
Southern Railway . . 200 2-2 tB
Southern Ry pfd c"nin '-Jia "ii ail
Tennessee Copper ..I 6.9001 3U -91 3
Texas & Pacific .-
KlItL&WpSf : 22 S!l 613 60t
5S oS'pa&ta 30.000 1645 1632 Igi
Pnlon Pacific pfd ... 300 901 90 8J4
United States Realty 1
WabalS Pfd V.; 200 35 34
Western Maryland .. -. .... .
WeBtlnghouse Eleo . 400 601 60 w
Western Union ..... 0 GB 649
Wheel & Lake Erie 2
" Total sales for the day, 226,200.
New York Produce.
NEW YORK. Sept. "T1?"11??'1"
ly steady: creamery speclala, 301c. ex
tras. 29(ft)291c. third to flrsta, 2JJ8c
stato dafry. common inffkf?-fj:
nrlces. eocond to spoclals. 2Zpf-sc, iac
to " Jun make. 23i24c: do current
make, 2223c, imitation creamery, 24
Cheese-Steady, state wholo milk, bpo
rial 13C?l7c; do fancy, lie; do cnoice,
141c- do good to prime. 14 141C do com
mon to fair 101llSc; skims, full to po-
C,EgS-Firmi state Pennsylvania and
nearby hennery, white. 3538c, do gath
ered white." 30J 35c; do hennery, obgwn.
3032c; do gathorcd, brown, -'W-Jl,
fresh gathered, extra flt .027o.
flrats. 2425c, seconds, 2223c.
Now York Flour and Qraln.
NEVr YORK. Sept. 19. Flour--6toady.
with moderate trade Receipts, 81,310
barrels nhlnmcnts, 0690 barrels,
AVhoat Spot, firm; No. 2 rod, J J. (H 4 in
elevator and $1,011 f. o- b. afloat; No. 1
northern Duluth, $1.23fi f o.. b. atjont.
The flit urea rnu -Hot was Irregular early,
owfng to a break In corn, but became
nrmln Uio afternoon on covering, a visU
bio supply lncreaae and a rcduccn Fnch
cron estimate, F nal reactlonB left the
cloio icTol higher. Bontombr doaent
tl.041: Docomber clotcd at fJ-O'B. f.y
closed at 51.13. Rocelpui, 34,600 bushels;
shipments. 33,315 bushols.
New York Sugar..
NEW YORK. Bopt. lOi Sugar Raw,
dullf muscovado. .89 tost, 3.8Cc: centri
fugal. .96 teBt, 4.'36c; molasses sugar.
.HO ichL 3.Glc; refined, quiet; crUshod,
5.85c; granulated. K.16c; powdered, o.2Cc.
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS. Sept. 19. Wool Un
changed: medium grades, combing and
clothfng.' 2324c: light fine. W2lc;
heavy fine, 1517c; tub-washed, 2o33c.
Prices Are Boosted Without
Cause by Professionals, but
Reaction Soon Comes.
CHICAGO. Sopt. 10, Professional spec
ulators worked mainly on the buying
Bld? r wheat today, and holBted prices
materially, but tho close wne at a reac
on and left tho market unchanged to
Bic below tho final flguros of Satur
day. Absonco of export ouslncss formed
the dominating influence In tho latoBt
dealings. Corn finished iG8o down to 8c
up. Oats unchanged to Jc oft and hog
products varying from 7Jo loss to 15a ad
vance. Covering of short sales, especially those
of a southwestern operator, gave the
wheat market Its direction to a largo ex
tents Some of the incentives were a de
crease in primary receipts, tho omallncos
of the visibly supply Increase and a
reduced estimate of tho crop in France.
World shipments, too, showed a big fall
ing off. i
Disappointing yields In Hungary wore
noted and It was said that a large part
of tho Import duty would not be unex
pectedly reduced. December fluctuated
between 99399tc at $1.0031.00 and
closed weak at $1.0001.001, a net loss
Summer temperatures In the com belt
and free selling of both new and old
corn to arrlvo made a weak market for
corn. December ranged from 62f)c to
53ic, closing steady at 53553Jc, a net
loss of Jf78c. Cash market was easy. No.
2 yellow closed at 54355c.
Oats were down with other grains
early, but rallied. Scptemner was rela
tively weaker than tho distant months.
December -sold from 35H53S1 to 35J35Xc,
and closed unchanged at 353c,
Support from packers was neccsaary
to brace up provisions. Latest quotations
showed pork 71c off to 2jc up. lard un
changed to 121c higher and ribs ranging
from Saturday night's figure to a rlso
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open High Low Closo
September .. 963 97 96? 06 J
December .. 1.003 1.00X 99X 1.001
May 1.061 l.OGg 1.06S 1.0C
Septembor .. 543 55i E4i G5i
December .. 53i B3t 620 53J
May 561 56B 551' 561
September 341 34H 34 34i
December .. 353 35 3G1 353
May 3SS 3Si 3SQ 383
Mess Pork, per barrel
September ..20.00 20.00 19.921 20.00
October 19.70 19.75 19.65 19.721
January ...18.25 18.40 18.25 18.321
Lard, per 100 pounds
September ..12.35 12.421 12.35 12.421
October 12.20 12.321 12.171 12.30
November ..11.59 11.60 11.50 11.57
January 10.65 10.711 10.621 10.671
Short Ribs, per 100 pounds
September ..11.60 11.85 11.60 11.80
October ....11 80 11.451 11.50 113a
January .... 9.671 9.75 9.65 9.721
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
standing; No. 2 rye, 73jc: feed or mix
ing barlev, 48tf5C4c: fair to choice malt
ing. 677"3c; flax seed No. 1 southwest
ern, $2.61; No. 1 northwestern, $2.73;
timothy seed. $7.50(ff'9.50,t clover. $10;
mees pork, per bbl.. $15.50: lard, per 100
lbs., $20.50(20.75, short ribs, sides (loose).
S12.421; short clear sides (boxed), $11.25(9)
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 91,000 bn. Primary re
ceipts were 2,000,000 bu. compared with
2.180 000 bu. the corresponding day a
vear ago. Tho visible supply of wheat
In tho United States includes 99,000 bu.
for the week. The amount of breadstuff
on ocean passage decreased 1,224.000 bu.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
119 cars; corn, 507 cars; oats, 162 cars;
hogs, 13,000 head.
CHICAGO, Sept. 19. Cattle Receipts,
estimated at 2S.000. Market, steady.
Beeves, S4.80S.30; Texas steers. $3.75
6.80: western steers, $4.257.00; stockers
and fpeders. $4.2S6.00; cows and heifers,
$2.25'6.40: calves, $6.753)9 50.
Hogs Receipts, estimated at 21.000.
Market, slow and steady. Light. $9.35??
9.80; mixed. S8.55CJS.70; heavy, $S.35tfJ:S.60;
rough. $8.35f7i8.60; good fo choice heavy,
$8. 60 9.60; 'pigs, $S.509.60; bulk of
Sheep Receipts, estimated at 4o,000.
Market, 1515c lower. Native. $2.75?i)
4.55: western, $3.25g;4.50: yearlings, $4,75
(35.70: lambs, native. $5.2507.15; west
KANSAS CITY. Sept. 19. Cattle Re
ceipts, 27.000. Market, steady to 10c
lower. Native steers, $4.85(58.00; native
cows and heifers, $2.606.50; Blockers
and feeders. 33.255.75; bulls, $S.254.25:
calves. W lOgSM; western steers, $4.50(3)
7.10: western cows. $2.75(55.00.
H0gS Receipts. 3000. Market, steady.
Bulk of sales. $9.10tfi)9.40; heavy. $9.00tfj
9.25; packers and butchers, $9.15(5)9.45;
ghcer1 Receipts, 15.000. Market, steady.
Muttons. $4 O05J4.6O; lambs. $6.00(0)7.00;
fed wethers and yearlings. $4. 00(5. 50;
fed western ewes. $3.50r34.35.
OMAHA, Sept. 19 Cattlo Receipts,
12.300. Market steady to easier; native
steers. $4.E057.85: cows and heifers, $3
5 80; western steers. $3.75S0.75; rangs
cows and heifers, $2.$5(5'4.65: canners.
$.7Gi3)3.60; stockers and feeders, $3. 25(g)
6.25: calves, $3.50(37; bulls, stags, etc..
fjogsRecelpts. 2300; market slow to
shade lower; heavy. $B.70g3.05; mixed,
S 90f?9.05; light, $9 05(3)9.15; pigs, JS.50
9, bulk of sales, $8.55(9.05.
Sheep Receipts. 4o000; market steady;
vtarllngs. $4.60ff?5.50; wethers. $3.75
4.25; ewes, $3.C04.06; lambs, $G.4057.
Special to The Tribune.
SOUTH ST JOSEPH. Mo.. Sept. 19
ghceDReeelpt8, 6500. Market prospects,
steady. Idaho-Utah lambs, 16.257.30;
Idaho-Utah feeder IambB. $6 00(3)6.60;
Idaho-Utah yearlliigB. $l.7Gtf?'G.60; Idaho
Utah feeder yearlings. $B.10fi.60; Idaho
Utah wethers, $4.101.40i IdnhnUlah
feeder weth;ro. $3 86(Q4.25 Idaho-Utah
Cattle RecelptH, 0000. Market pros
necla, steady, lQc lower. Colorado-Wyoming
steers, $4.75(0)7,00 ; Colorado-Wyoming
cows, $8.40)4.75, Colorado-Wyoming
canners, $3.75(33.50; Colorado-Wyoming
feeders, $8.50(g 1.75.
A Eeliablo Medicine Not a Narcotic,
Mrs. T- Marti, Bt. Jog, Mich., eaya
Foley's Honey and Tar saved her little
boy'B life. She writes: "Our little
boy contracted a severe bronchial
trouble, and as the doctor's medicine
did not euro Lim, I pavn him Foley's
Honey and Tar, in which T have jjreat
faith. It cured tho cough as well as
tho cbokinff and RagRing Bpells, and ho
got -well in a short tlmo. Foley's
Honey and Tar haa many timos saved
ua much tronblo, and wo are never
without it in tho house." Schramm
Johnaon Drugs, fivo storoa
Through. Standard sleeper Bervicomn
Oregon Short Line and Union Pacific
n Los Angeleo Lirnitod trams, lonv
ng Salt Lake dailyat 11:5a a. m.. jir
riving Denver ll:3o a. m. the follow
ing day. City ticket oftke, loG Main
Tribune Want Ads.
Boll Maiu 5200. lndopcndenfc 360.
CRANBERRIES ARE NOW
ON LOCAL MARKET
Cranberries were on tho local rnfttket
Monday, selling for 16c a pound; or tvo
pounds for 25c. There wbb d good jilip1
P"ly of apples and grapes, all of jltst
class quality; Pears and plums .ero fall
and had not changed in pried, sinco. last ,
wcok. Peaches appeared good; but werd
getting scarcer; Cocoanlila werd itibre
plentiful; Melons were still good and still
California sweet potatoes wero. sdlllng
for 5o a pound and ahother' carload of
oweot potatoes was expected from Vir
ginia the first of the WBek; Hubbard
squashes were selling fHr' 15d dach.
Other" vegetables, sucli as eaulluowor
celery, turnips, Uoets, carrotB, corn and
tomatoes, were fair Egg planti ueum
bora and string beans seemed td be tun
New York Money;
NEW TORK, Bopt; ID: CIoboI .
Prime hiercantlle papori Ba36 per
centi , . I
Sterling exchangn, stcndyi with actual
buslpcae In bankers' bllla at 84t8aipOtfJ
4.83.7B Tor slxty-daj' dUIb and at ?4i88.20
Commercial blllrti 84i8BiS4i8Bli
Bar silver. 60ici
Mexican uollarHi 'lci .
OovGrnmont bondei eosy k-allroad
bondn, Irregular. .
Money on call, easy, ijcpl per. .cent!
ruling rato. 15 por" csntj clonlna blfli U
por cant; offorod at 2 per centi
Time loans, dull ancf steady I fof nlJtty
days, 33(3)4 per cont; for ninety dnVsi 4
4i por cent; for nix months, 4 pel1 Gellti
Vlslblo Grain Supply;
NEW TORK, Sopti 10. The V)b1j1o
supply of grain In the United Btatatl,
Septembor 17 as complloil by the Now
York produco exchange, wan as, folio wbI
whoati 20.207(000 bunholni lhereiuio,
Corn, 3. 850,000 busholst lnernanni B84,.
Oatn, 18,429,090 bunhotnj Increnso, 073,
Ryo. 200,000 liuahnln) lnemann, BB000
Bailor, 1.1170,000 bunholni ineroaflOi 114,
Tho vlslblo oupply of wheat In Canada
last Saturday wan rt.SPO.000 buBholBi an
lncronno of 497.000 bunhotH;
NEW YORK, Bopl, 10 Evaporalod ap
plcB, firm: fancy, lOlo! cholco, 8i5?0ei
prlmo. 8!81ci common to fair, 07Jcli
Prunon, drmi and a fair export dBmanrt
in roportcd; nuppllon am said to bo Email.
Quolatlonni nin In lOo for Cnllfornla fruit
up to !10-40n, and from Go to OJo fof Ore
Aprlcotii, firm; rlinlcn, l01irMlQo oxtra
choice, llJiQiiato! fanoy, i2ftl$kc
Poachen, milot! cholcn. iCJJoi oxtra
cholco. 7 q iff-7 fl o ! fnncy, 8V8ic,
Ralnlnn, flrmj loono nuincatnln, 4i1T!0c;
cholco to fancy Hoortort. 01P7ip; soodlonB,
6(ff0o; London layurn, $1,351.30,
LONDON. Snpt. 10. Tho arrlvalB of
wool for tho fifth serlon of auction nalpw
clonod today, with tho following amounts
Now South Waloo. 20,000 balonj QuccnB
land. 84.000; Victoria. 7000; South Aus
tralia, 1000; Wont Auntralln, 4(1,000, nnd
Cnpo of Good Hopo and Natal. 17.000. Of
this totai. 87.000 bales of Australnclan
and 12.000 Capo of Good IIopo and Natal
were forwarded direct to oplnncrs, leav
ing the net available for tho ealeo 110.000
bales, including 03,000 bales of old stock.
CHICAGO. Sept. 19. Butter Steady.
Creameries, 2432Sc; dairies. 230i27c.
Eggs Steady at mark, cases Included,
17i20Jc. Receipts, 9432. Flrstii. 22c;
prime firsts. 24c.
Chccne Steady. Daisies, lC16Jc;
twins, 15Q151c: young Americas, 1611?
16ic, long horns, lOff-lOic.
Air Brake Trust Pays.
PITTSBURG. Sept. 19. Tho Wcstlng
house Air Brake company today de
clared a regular quarterly dividend of
2J per cent, an extra dividend of 11 per
cent and a. special dividend of 1 per cent,
payablo October 10.
GOOD PRINTING PAYS.
Century Printing Pays. 55-57 Post
Notlco Is hereby given by the city
council of Salt Lako City of the Inton
tlon of such council to mako the follow
ing described improvement, to-wit:
Constructing cement sidewalk fivo (5)
feet wide and four (4) Inches thick on
tho west sldo of Glendalc street from
Seventh South strcot to Indiana avenue,
on the east side of Glcndalo street from
Eighth South street to Indiana avenue,
and on the south side of Eighth South
street from Glcndalo street to a point
230.72 feet east, in sidewalk district No.
11, and defray tho abutters' portion of
tho cost nnd expense thereof, estimated
at one thousand three hundred twenty
nine and 73-100 ($1329.73) dollars, or
95-100 ($0.95) dollar per front or linear
foot of abutting property, there being
1399.72 feet nbuttlng Bald improvement,
bv a local assessment upon the lots or
pieces of ground within too following de
scribed district, being tho district to bo
affected nnd benefited by said improve
The cast sldo of lots 1 to 18. Inclusive,
block 5; the cast sldo of lots 1 to 8. In
clusive, block 3; tho went sldo of lots 17
and 18. tho north sldo of lots 11 to 17.
incluslvo, block 2, J. II. Whalon'a sub
division, section 11, township 1 south,
range 1 west. Salt Lako buso and merld-
lttThe total cost of said Improvement Is
estimated at one thousand five hundred
ninety-four and 50-100 ($1591.50) dollars,
of which sum tho city's portion is two
hundred sixty-four and 7-100 ($264.77)
dollars, leaving one thousand three hun
dred twenty-nine and 73-100 ($1329.73)
dollars to be raised by local assessment.
All protests nnd objections to tho car
rying out of such intention must be pre
sented In writing, stating therein lot and
block, or description of property, to the
city recorder on or before the 3rd day of
October, 1910, being tho tlmo set by
said council whfm It will hear and con
sider such protests and objections as may
be mado thereto.
By order of tho city council of Salt
Lake City, Utah.
Dated August 25th, 1910.
B. S. RIVES,
Sidewalk extension No. 155. rlS57
Rainbow Mining company, principal
place of business. Salt Lake City, Utah
Not Ice There aro delinquent upon tho
following described stock on account of
assessment No. 5, levied on the 1st day
of June." 1910, tho several amounts set
oppodte the names cf tho lcspectlve
shareholders, as follows:
j;arne. No. Shares. Ami
Olof Nordby 38 1,000 $ 2.M
John Brannan 41 1,000 2.o0
Sam Gullacher S3 1.000 2. GO
William Wonnacott ...127 10.000 25.00
William Wonnacott ...131 5,000 12.50
Thomas Suxton IjO 1,000 2.u0
Thomas Suxton 141 1,000 2.u0
R. G. Yorgason 150 1,000 2 o0
R J. Jarvls 17C 15 000 37.50
Anna M. Jarvls 177 20,000 60 00
Wllllum Wonnacott ...188 10,000 25.00
Lcnottlo nasmusuun ...100 400 1.00
William Wonnacott ...201 5.000 12.50
George Sr-.Xton 202 lo.OOO 37. 5U
John Mattaon 201 200 .50
David Penrod 205 300 .75
Clyde Thompson 208 1.000 2. CO
Andrew F. jBeobson. . .215 40.000 100.00
Gooiko Saxton 219 2,000 5.00
Laura M. Yorgason 22C 3C0 1,40
Prank E. Smith 210 150 1.12
And Jn nccodrance with tho law and an
order of tho board of directors inudo on
the 1st day of June. 1910. and a further
order of tho board of directors mado on
tho 1st day of Soptomber, 1910, so many
sbarus of each parcel of such stock as
may bo necesBary will bo Eold at tho of
fice of the Rompany, No. 32 South Main
street. Salt Luku City, Utah, on the 1st
day of Octobor, 1910, at tho hour of 1
o'clock p. in., to pay tho delinquent as
sessment thereon, together with the coat
of advertising ar.d expense of ihe r.alo.
ERNEST M. FOWLER,
Secretnry and Troasuror,
Offico. No, 32 South Main stniut, Salt
Lalco City, Utah. r!30
f i n d glfjiatei
y Haya it 2
far 2.5a Jtlpan
HEMENWAY 8 NISEI CO.
Salt Lake Oity Dealers in Quality
There's tho Item of BLANKETS.
COMFORTS AND LACE CURTAINS
to consider for laundering. Wo men
tion special departments for this class
of work. The Blankets, treated by
MILL process, Insuring perfect ro
sults. TROY LAUNDRY
"THE LAUNDRY OF QUALITY."
Both phones 192. 166 Main st.
BOTH PHONES 17L
Federal Coal C0
. EXCLUSIVE AGENTS
Kcmnioror and Gunn-Quealy Kock
Springs. "Coal whon you want It."
Offico 100 South Main Street,
Yard3 Sth South ana 2nd Wost
T, J. O'BRIEN, Gen. Sales Agon
P. J. MORAN. Gon. Manager.
Wttfk 18 Intorcau-d and tlumlit Know
Aetc your Uruoelf t for it. V GSfctfMfMPf,
It ho cannot uufipiy Uio 5lW5, '"W'fchr
31 A It V E IM accept no N&v yPV
otticr, lint cnu etnmn for V ff ',lfl3
lllnrul ttnolc rr.iieil It kItas Wlt.ll Mr
full parllr.ulnr anil dlrontloiirt In- i!llilll!ll'l!nif
vnlitfiilfi to Indies. MAKVE1. CO. MlwiP
41 liunt !20d Strcnt, M:V TO UK.
l'"or sale by Schrunim-Johnson. Drugs,
Ave storos. and Chas. Van Dyke.
For Gonorrhoea nnd Gleet get Pabat'o Okay Speciflo,
It is tho ONLY medicine which will euro each antl
every c.-ioo. NO CAS15 known li has evo- failed .-.
Results from itRxmo will nsionUh you. .
It is nbnolutoly uuto. prevents stricturcjps RjBt
nnrtcanbe taken without InconvenloncugPleOlB'tg
ami di-nntion from bnslncua PR "CF."
For tale by SCHRAMM- JOHNSON
I Road the llnt you -will know coma at thorn'. ' iliHi
Soli Lako PHflto Supply Co,, 177 Oo. Max H. Morrlmnn, 557 So.. 2nd Eoot If IImI
R Ma I MS tii cfty, st., city. Ililul
Si Ji Colllno, 111 6o, Cth Woot St., Dr. John T. Whlto, 2B State St.. City. IW Ml!
I -.y , , .. . . Dr. John M. Spauldlno, 837 Boston y imlml
I T. Li Clark, 3S5 So. Woot Tomplo St., Bldn., City. MI bMI
I P1' . Dr. Fred Gtauffor, City. llill
I E1flu'' Robortson, Fountain Qroon, A. Wolf, Tho Tailor, Judge Bldrj., 1 llilfl
I cir' JP'. .K.,.mb.lo oaro Booton Con., Continental Llfo Incuranco Co., City. KWl
I r.Qrf,S,d' .Utnh'.. DC A. C. Ewlnrj, Merc. BIk., City. mM
R E.pi err,n?' cIty Charlton Shop, 122 So. Main St., city. mM
U Mltcholl-Lowlo & Gtavor Co,, Boloo, Earl & England Pub. Co., Logan, mMi
3 . ,da' Utah. ilJlHl
B J,-w. Sk'nnor, No. 3 Commercial Tho Baron Co.. Bingham, Utah. mm A
H Blook, City. f. C, Coolcy, Saltalr Bar, City. $M i 1
Turn In your olalmo ond wo will collect oomo for you. CBilrln
R v. VoJflr5 pitying a epoolal Indueomont for tho Indloo, to encourage their iilllfl
H huubnndo, frlcndo nntl Othorn to turn in tholr clalmo now, M
I m iJn? 'ody Who turno In tho nroatoat numbor of honest debta and volume 1 llfilll
1 of Duolncoo for collootlon botvoon now nnd 10 p. m., Octobor 15th, 1910. will ft B'IuUh
ffl rcoalvo a oolld gold watoh and ohaln vlth eight diamond octtlngc, free. 1 mmn
I Tho lady who turno In tho oooond r;roatoat numbor of honeot debts and 1 mMi
m volumo of buclnoau will rocolvo S'iO.OO In each, Each lady will bo given a num- 1 lij'J S
M .por whon oho turno In nor flrot olalm, nnd oho may havo her husband, sweet- "ffl Wlmt
M heart and frlcndo turn In olalmo to tho crodlt of hor number. Thlo contest Is ffl ! mm
for ladloo only, but tho mon oan holp, M Willi
fl . .i, Tho wstoh and chain. With eovontoan-lcwo! Elgin movemont, Is on exhl- ffl Ifflrtlll
I billon nt tho Daynoo Jovolry company, 120 South Main otrcct. 1 lllijllj
1 In aMDV0" mOr0 lad,0 lmocJ tho eontost this laot wook. Thlo makes eleven 1 Bj
Tho hlghoct numbor of votoa hco bcon obtained by No. 3, namely, 9318, 1
j MERCHANTS' PROTECTIVE ASS0CMTION
9 (WH SCIENTIFIC COLLECTORS OF HON- iJ
! f Roomc 77, 73, 32, 83, 03. 04, 05, 9S, 97. SB, S Sflll
n ffP j 09' 100 Commercial Block, Bait Lako n (jfOf I 1 Sllffl
I jjj FRANCIS Q. LUKE, Gonoral Managor. . VWili' i il
.JSydXflflrL "Somo peoplo don't llko us." iftiiifcfj Kl
I FREE TO THE SICK 1 i
AT DRS. SHORES' EXPENSE. (&-'. 'WSfimk I i ll
I Dro, Shores offer a thorough medical K wSloWMh I wL 'm
9 faith nnd skill and to cnablo tho 3lck AiV B 11
I to find out exactly -what their discaso jRef.S SJ'-'ax W' m fa In
I is and If and how it can bo cured. SikifSP ftss" 1 JOB R
I for all Catarrhal Chronic Diseases. 4i ,1WliHeaag-L-. itt22&&22CS-. 1 ffl I?
WE TREAT AND CURE BJ U 7ato SepaVSent foTO I I 1
I HufprrTl Deafness, Asthma. Luns Ivi L.1 8 Private diseases and Mil
I IJdjbtbLrn. Troubles. Rheumatism. , . weaknesses of men, -with
I Hay Fever. EpllepBy. Dlseafies of advantages you cannot secure else- I M U
9 Women and Children. Insomnia. Heart wnere. The lowest possible coat for a I I
I Troubles, Diseases of tho Stomach. Cure abaoluto Cures guaranteed; re--I IB it
fl Kidneys. Liver, Bowels nnd Bladder, spoctablo offices that you need not be 4 M
1 and all Curable Nervous. Clironlc and ashamed to visit yet tho utmost fi 1
Private Diseases of both sexes. privacy Is assured you. Personal I U
H treatment by Drs. Shores (no cheap m m m
fniTT HOME CURES BT MAIL hired doctors). 1 M
Kit r If you llvo out of town WE CURE TO STAY CURED ffl 91
ill I I for free .vrmTtom llaL LOST MANHOOD. SEXUAL WEAK. 1 11
im ior tree .ymptom list. NESS, VARICOCELE. CONTRACT- j Wj
Drs.SHORES & SHORES S -ECIFIC I3L.OOD POISON. WAST- ffl IjiH ffi
EXPERT SPECIALISTS. IN'G, DRiVINS, ETC., and all private f SB I
1 OIQ Main street, opposite Keith- dlaoases and you may pay In small M R
Jy O'Brien's. Salt Lake City. 'weekly or monthly Installments, as tSg M
i the case progresses, or you may PAY 9 fm m
1 TTnTTT?S 9 to 5, Evenings 7 to 8, WHEN CURED In all private dJs- 3 HH 1
udyjo to 12. , ,,",',8 tffi I
WEAI, m if rRLj" CURED CHEAP j ' If
j DISEASED ivJJZii said SEC1ETLY'! 11
WStlsont Pain, Iaconvenienco or L033 of Time. Ho Failure II
To Prove Our New System, We Offer for a ; V4;. I H
Ehort Time Our Services at a Small Cost. " " H
FROM $2.00 TO $5.80 A CdUlSE 1
I VARICOSE SMfeu VITALITY ) 1
Knotted Veins aESSviS'0"8. ; I
H Cored by absorptloni no SwSE otart. If you suffer Strom f H f
I potn. Tho enlarged veins loos oJ euersy nnd ambl- ; H I
are duo to nmmpn, bl- .SSSivW' tlon, feel tired when you m
D cycle or horsobock rid- flwgfift 'rf'Ptft &rlso In tho morning;
n lnff. dbicaae, etc In tlmo taigftCT; ih lame back. dlzainuas, ;
i it weakeaa a man men- wfFQE rr XS opots before tho oyeo, , H
I tally on wII as pbynical- ttf. and feel you a-o not tho i m
lr. W will oure you for d jCmi) man yu onco were, wo ( k
E life or mai: no charge, vp- ytraL I w cure you for life. i)
i PRICES ALWAYS A 4&mjL NO INCURABIjE If
REASONABLE W v "f CASES ACCEPTED I
I We "will Klvo the pooroot JTV-feiJfeBdi'r There Ju no rick, for wo j jIB v.
man a chance, as -won as tdpj-. v, jxri&SPn 00 not troat Incurable MP
ttua rich, to rocelve a cure rfjfs83v " ly caaes undor am connld- ; (H
1 from us at a maU coat. httsttffSt&k V Jpr. envtlon. VE3 DO NOT Jm
f THiCKifl IS NO MAN EXPERIMENT NOR USE! : H
G TOO POOR TO OCT OUR TO&LWS!SS53sff INJURIOUS DRUOS TO H
I BEST OPINION FREE. SSt&jMeilSS RUIN TOUR SYSTEM. ' JM
1 Dont Let Money Matters or False Pride Seep You Away. We j E
Oure Forever Oases of j Vk
H VARICOSE VEINS, HLOOD DISEASES, LOST VITALITT. PILES. ECZEMA. 1 W
1 PAL. LINO HAIR, lAELlNO MEMORY. OBSTRUCTIONS. NERVOUS KID- 1 Ul
1 Any roan -who -wants to be oured, now that wo have offered our uorvicea at rrach I 19
I LOW PRICES, hBB-no oxcuso for nufferlnff anothor day. Wo don't care who ' H
I has failed. If you coma to ua wo will CURB you of any of tho abovo-named gff
1 aJlments or not chare you ono penny for our services. Don't clvo up before ' B
W Call and aoo us If you can. Write today for particulars If you can net fl
M call. Medicines are from H.BO to $8,B0 a. course. ' 9
I DATTY HOURS 0 TO 8, CONSULTATION FREE. SUNDAYS 10 TO IS. : S i
SALT LAKE W3'S iHEDICAL SNSTSTUH
OFFICE HOURS-DAIUf-' 10 A. M. T O C P. M.; SUNDAY. 11 TO 2 P. M. I Wjl
THE lL1()WLEi)GUi', DISEASE IS HALF ITS CURE.
j MS IJ A" YotI Who Are In Needof n Soo-
I 1 ft 20 W" THIRD SOUTH STREET. MM
I i v i Hu0l":' 2 und 3' McSorley iJlocl- 1 R9 1
' S8ia:H rHE MICROSCOPIC .SPECIALIST M
I IOT fo JorVn'iUlnynosia."10!!"'1 El
3 Sfi?iKil'l isw each and every ono of you Juat what gMuj
n FkIPS! iTOHwlwIrtx S? your discnao I without any lnforma- ffj
S!SSsPl. tlon rrom you: lo will tell you nil I M S
tl OTRX'VXlV?-'-.1 detect Calcut. Cnncaruud Matter. I Ml B
5 MMl Carbonate of Lltnu. Albumoti and all !
? VMil0MwASmM'W-' txinuuoua .sulutanco mixed with tho M
3 t1W ' rlnciplo of m-UtijK Chronic DB. ; Si b
R !1$iwW v Prlvnto DlHi-a-tfa. Just call NM
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TPJBUNE WANT ADS. B3L-L MAIN b200. INDEPENDENT 360. )M