Newspaper Page Text
THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11. 1911. I - . - . , . !
It P. i STOCK
dvance of Seren Points Fol
l loHS Announcement of In-
PORE INQUIRIES FOR'
f LOANS AT LOW RATES
jfarfccf Dull, but Quotations
I Remain Singularly Stable
I in Wall Street.
'VEW YORK. Jan. 30. On the stock
keh&uce today business fell of marked-
Jn stocks and bonds, and while prices
ftElntltd no Great weakness until the
fcnol hour, the undertone was unccrtnln
iVrls'c of 7 points in Canadian Pacific
nrlth yesterday's announcemcnL of a
trouoscd lncrcuso In the dividend to 10
(r cent stimulated some demand for
iflllated Issues. In the late trading
tuxy selllnp of certain industrlalH pro
uew all-around weakness and tho mar
ttt closed heavy with a majority of net
Heaviness was most pronounced in
'tntral Leather and American Hide &
rather. American Cotton Oil and Corn
'joducls were affected and yielded under
,Unllcd States Steel was fairly steady
iid the company's report of unfilled ton
Age for December showed a decrease of
00 tons, marklnp a new low record
u the history of the corporation.
Copper shares Inclined to heaviness
rt and abroad, and in London futures
j the metal declined over 11 shillings.
The only, change in the local monetary
ondltlon was a better inquiry for time
ttiis without effect on rates.
The general bond market was Irregu
ir. Total sales, par value, $3,010,000.
tolled States bonds were unchanged on
New York Bonds,
i S rcf 2s icq. .1003 Tnlcr-Mct -Us .. 798
do coupon ..100J Inter 1U M -Us., nr.
ISSsrcfr.. . .102 Japan 4s 80S
:do coupon ,- -102 do lis 9J
S ia rep . - -.115?- K C S 1st as... 7.'JJ
do coupon ...lliil Lk S d -is (1031) S3!
,llls-C 1st 5s.. 7Gl I Sz X Un -is.. 981
m AriI 5s.... 102 M K & T 1st is 07 J
M T & Tov-ls...lOGJ do con IJa ... S59
m Tob Is ... SI Mo Pac -Is 778
do 6s 10G jNRys of M l.s 041
rmonr lis 923'N" Y C gen His SOI
tcH gen Is .. 991. do deb 4s ... 033
do cv 4s 105J.;XVXlf & II e fi.ia-i
do 5r 10S jNorf & Wlstc4s 9D
U'CI. 1st 4s . 912; do uV 4s ...1028
& O 4s .... DSil.Vorth Pac 4s . 99Z
;'do 3Jk 92i!, do 3s 703
iio S W 3a. . 90? ;0 S L, rfdir 4s. 923
rook T ev 4s. S3 lpa cv 3s 1915 9fi8
Mt of Ga 5S..1Q7A ilo con 4s ...103i
ent Loath 5s . 992; Read gen is... 9Si
RR of XJ g 5s.I22Z,S L & S F fg is SIS
bes & O 4is..lOJ3 do gen 5s ... SS
do rcf 5s .... 9-lCjSt L S W c 4s 7fi
'(& A .lis 70i! .do 1st gold.. 90S
'B & Q Jt. 4s 051 Sen A L 4s ... 775
do gen 4s 98 S P col 4s 91J
tt & SIP g 3is 93 do cv 4s 97.
ftr&PrtR col is 73S; S P Ry 1st r 4s 94?
do rfg 4s . 893'South Ry 5s ,.10S
9lD lnd 5s ... 77 rlo gen 4s ... 70
Ho Mid 4s . .. GSHU P 4s 1003
ISrcf&c.vtiJs . 9S? do cv Is 101
i& H cv is 9S do lst&rcf 4s 971
r& R G 4s flSjhj H Rub GR...1032
do rer 5s .... fll3l7 S Stl 2d 5s.. 101
Ifltlllnrs 5s 76 Va Car C 5s... 101
rlc pr In 1s . S! Wab 1st . 5s 1091
do gen 4s ... 74 do 1st &. ex 4s fi4J
Wo cv Is scr A 7i West Md Is ... SGt
IrStB0 cv Is scr 13 8fl West tiicc cv 5s 916
KM6"11 K cv 5s 1-161 Wis Cent 4s .. 93C
JglBC IsL rcf Is.. 97 Mo Pac cv. 5s... 911
4ifll New York Money.
MjVKW YORK. Jan. in. Close:
nkflBPrlmc mercantile. Wv nor ccnL
MMKterllng exchange, steady, with actual
lJlpiIucas in bankers' bills at $4..S2.55fi
BB-'.70 for sixty-day bills, and at S4.S5.75
yHrJomniorcial Ms. s .SSi.
ilBfflexIcnTi dollars. 45c.
povcnitncnt bonds, steady; railroad
JSJfclonoy fin call, steady, RtfJM per cent;
SKmE rn(C!$ "e closincr bid, Sic; of-
Blmc Iohiis soft and active; slxtv davs
RBn ninety days. Si per cent; six months,
vt per cent.
OK Evaporated Fruits.
tS9JBf!EW YORK. Jan. 10. ICvaporatcd aj
t'ltfflBp inactive offerings small prices firm;
i CNmV ioti fnnoy Is uuoted at 12c;
Tlet 'He: prime, 94HI4c.
grnries are well cleaned up cm the
spot, prices firm, quotations ranging
ftorn die to IMe for Califomias up to
to'aO" a" 10nc for rc5ons from 60s
o.AiP.rIu0t!!' "l'1 askliiRr prices arc gen
erally above buyers' views: choice, 123(fj)
$Uc a cholcc' ""Sc: fancy. 133
JS?ch.08f '"'iS1- ilrm' choice. 7i7Jc;
extra choice. TJftSlc: fancy. SJSrOlc.
KxriB' u011.101' "toady; loose muscatels.
M)Gic; choice to fancy, seeded. C,xfi
? 1203 SS r'C'' London la'er"-
Closing Stock List.
I Salca.l H. j,. cisc
Allls Chalmora pfd -c
Amalg Copper 2.S00 644 thhl 63
Am Agricultural ... 300 I7i 471 47
Am Bcol Sugur .... 3,900 42J 403 403
Am Can o00 0f 4 ,
Am Car & F ooo 5 519 511
Am Cotton Oil 1.500 k 56 50
Am Hide & L pfd.... 200 '"'SI o0 0
Am Ice Securities... 300 1SJ IS J IS
Am Linseed jjj
Am Locomotive 266 393 'iioi' 3S?
Am Smelt & Rfg .. 9.700 701 748 743
mP. N-V;- 700 101 104 101
Am 3teol foundries. .ji?
Am Sugar Refining '. in
Am Trh Tel ' l'rm 2 i 1 i
Am Sff 500 0ii ?
Anaconda Min Co :m
Atchison 2.600 1021 i02iil02i
J3o pfd iifm
Atlantic C L ..; ni
Baltimoro & Ohio... '30011061 ioCflOG
Bethlehem Sice I . i i -n
Brooklyn R T 2.200 "76;!"75E 755
Canadian Pacific .... 22,000 2051 2019 o041
Central Leather 1,400 31 J 29 "'0
Do pfd 200 1031 103i 102
Central of N J 2S0
Chesapeake & Ohio.. 2,500 S2g 'sij S1J
Chicago fc Alton 34
Chi Gl Western .... 200 228 22J n2
J?,nfil 100 46 I 46 451
Ch & Northwestern. 700 1425 142J',1424
Chi Mil & St Paul.. 2,500 125J 1241 124
C C C & St Louis .. 100 65 65 64
Co orado F &. Iron... 100 31)1 311 31
Colorado Southorn G8
Consolidated Gas ... 13,000 1 11 139J 139J
Corn Products 2.900 14 i 13 J I3i
Del & Hudson 100 167 J 1671 166
Denver & R G 200 29J 29J 29
Do pfd . . . 684
Distillers' Sec 200 338 33i 33i
Eric 400 2S 2731 27i
Do 1st pfd 5001 46J 461 45
Do 2d pfd 100 3511 351 3a"
General FJectric 151
Great Northern pfd.. 700 126 125J 125
Do Ore Ctfs 100 5S 58 59J
Illinois Contral i3t
Intcrborough-Mct ... 600 19J 191 191
Do pfd 500 54" 535 54 1
Inter Harvester ." U05
Inter-Marino pfd 15X
Inter Paper 100 12 12 12
Inter Pump 400 413 41 403
Iowa Contral 300 191 ISa 1SJ
K C Southern ..... 400 33 32S 32
Do pfd 64i
Laclede Gas 3,000 1114 1104 1101
Louisville &. Nash... 900 145 14-11144
Minn .t St Louis 2G4
Minn St P &-S S M.. 900 1353 134J 1341
Mo. Kan & Tex .... 100 33 J 33 jl 33
Do pfd G2'i
Missouri Pacific .... 900 4S 47 46J
National Biscuit ...11SS
National Lead 200 55 55 545
Nat Rys of M 2d pfd. 400 37 3G3 37
New York Central... 2.500 111 110Z 1105
N Y Ont & Western. 100 4UI 411 41
Norfolk & West S00 101? lOlg 101?
North American .... 200 64 G4 64
Northern Pacific 3.200 11S3 117H 117J
Pacific Mail 600 29 28" 27J
Pennsylvania 2,500 129J 12S2 12S3
People's Gas 400 107 107 106?
Pitts C C & St L 974
Pittsburg Coal 100 IS 18 18
Pressed Steel Car.. 200 32 31i 31
Pullman Palace Car 159
Railway Stcol 'S 32
Reading 94.300 1501 1551 155
Republic Steel 400 32 32 314
Do pfd 93
Rock Island Co 1,600 304 293 293
Do pfd 100 602 60J 59i
St I., Sr. S F 2d pfd.. 500 394 39 384
St L Southwestern.. 200 25 25 24
Do pfd l 604
Sloss S S fc Iron I 49
Southern Pacific .... 6,3001116 1158 115
Southern Rallwav ... 2,7001 263 2611 26
Do pfd 300l 62 I 62 I Gl
Tennessee Copper ... 1.100 343 33M 33
Texas & Pacific 100 26 26 I 251
Toledo St L Si W 200! 23g 2381 23
Do pfd I I 524
Union Pacific -45.1001712 173 !173
Do nfd 1001 931 9341 93i
r S Rcnllv 100' 691 6911 69
U S Rubber 2001 364 3G1I 34
1 S Steel S5.000I 75 74 74
Do pfd 700!ll8i US 1117
rtnh Copncr 700 463 46 I 45J
Virginia Caro Chom.: 1,1001 essi U3 1 ca
Wabash I 400 16I 1531 15
Do pfd 1.6001 3431 3311 333
Western Mnryland . SOOl 508' 50l 50
Wostinghousc Elcc .. 300 662' 6681 66
Western Fnlon ! 400' 75 I 744 74
Whcelinc L E ...J 100! 4JI 14! -U
Lehigh Valley I 6.40QI177 117511175
Total sales for the day. 379,600 shares.
New York Cotton.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10. Cotton closed
easv at a net gain of only 2 to 10 points.
Chamberlain 's Couch ftomcdy js not
a common, every-day cough mucture.
ft is a meritorious remedy for all the
troublesome and dangerous complica
tions rosultinp from cold in the head,
throat, chest or lungs. Sold by all
COPPER EXPORTS IN
JANUARY 8403 TOhlS
Arrivals at, New York During
Same Period Were 735
? prices of Metals ?
in new york markets
j Copper (electro.) ......$12.75gil3.00 4-
4 load $.4.55ra4,55 4-
J Silver 543c 4-
4 London quotation ..25d4
j' t t , . ...1
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. Standard cop
per, steady, spot, and January, $l2.00g
12.12ic: February. 512.05)12.15. March.
Sl2.l0tfj)12.20; April. 512.lo12.30, Lon
!nii Hull- Knnt rr.r. nu t
56 13b 9d. Arrivals reported at New
York, 735 tons. CiiHtom house returtis
show exports of 9493 tons so far this
mpnlh. Lako copper, $13.0013.25; oloc
trolytlc. $12.76013.00, and casting:, J12.50
'Tin, firm: spot, S40.30rfj40.75: Januar'.
February. March and April. J40.5040.80,
London strong; spot 185 5s; futures,
Lead, qtilot; $4.45r34.55 New York;
$4.304.35 East St. Louis. London lead,
13 2s 6d.
Spelter, steady: J5.555.C0 New York;
S5.40ig5.45 East St. JLoula. London. 24.
Iron: Cleveland warrants, 50s 1 Jdr In
London. Locally, iron was nominally un
changed. No. 1 foundry northorri, 515,25
1G.25: JSro. 2, 514.75(3)15.75: No. 1 south
ern and No. 1 southorn soft. 515.2515.75.
CHICAGO. Jan. 10. Cattle Receipts,
5500; market, steady. Beeves, 54.65fi7.00;
Texas steers, 54.15(ft6.30: western steers.
54.25(5)5.90; stockers and feeders. 53.G5
5.70; cows and heifers. 52.55(3)6.25;
Hogs Receipts estimated at 25,000;
market, slow to 5 cents lower. Light,
?7.808.10; mixed, 57.80OS.10; heavy,
57.S0ifS.10; rough. 57.807 90; good to
choice heavy, 57.90S.10; bulk of sales,
Sheep Receipts estimated at 17,000;
market, steady. Native. 52.50i??4.45:
western, 52.654.40: yearlings. 54.60
5.70, lambs, native, 54.75(516.50; west
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 10. Cattle Re
ceipts estimated at 11.000; market,
steady. Native steers. 55.25(9)6.75. na
tive cows and heifers, S3. 00(13)6. 00; stock
ers and feeders, S4.255.75: bulls, 54.00
5.15; calves, 54.50(?)S.50; western steers,
54 756.25; western cows, 53 00fi?5.00.
Hogs Receipts estimated at" 17,000;
market. 5 cents lower. Bulk of sales.
$7.S0f(I7.90; heavy. 57.85(3)7.821; packers
and butchers, 5.S57.95; lights, 57.80
Sheep Receipts estimated at 7000;
market, steady. Muttons. 53.505J4 .35;
lambs, $5.50tfi)6 ,35; fed wethers and year
lings. 54.00Go.60; fed western ewes, 53.25
OMAHA. Jan. 10. Cattle Receipts es
timated at 7500; market, steady to shado
lower. Native steers. 54.756.50; cows
and heifers, 53.00(5.25; western steers,
53.50(ff'5.75; range cows' nnd heifers, 53.00
Q)4.75; canners. 52.853.50: stockers and
feeders, 53.50(5)5.75; calves, 54.00(3)8 25.
bulls, stags, etc.. 53.505.00.
Hogs Receipts estimated at 1400; mar
ket, 10 cents lower. Heavv. 57.70tfD7.S0;
mixed, 57.75tfJ)7.S5; light. 57.S5tfj)7.90;
pigs. 56.75tfp7.75; bulk of sales. 57.75
Sheep Receipts estimated at S500;
market. 10 to 15 cents higher. Yearlings.
S4.50tfjfS.10; wethers. S3. fi0-J. 25; ewes
53.25(g)4.00; lambs, 54.50tfj6.20.
Special to Tho Trlhune.
SOUTH ST. JOSEPH, Mo.. .Ian. 10.
Sheep Receipts, 4000; prospects. lower:
lambs, 55.90tf?6.30; yearlings. 54.75tf7i5.35;
wethers. S3. 904. 30: ewes, 53.50tf?.1.fl0.
Cattle Receipts, 3500; prospects, slow at
lOffPISc lower: rangs steers, S4.50tf?5.G0;
cows. 53.50tfi4.7.ri: canners, 52.7Gtf?3.50
CHICAGO. Jan. 10. Close:
Wheat May. Sl.Olitffll.Ol; July. 961tfj)
Corn May. 50tfji503c; July, 51c; Scp
Oats May. 3HQ2oc; July, 343tfji34Ic;
Pork January, 520.10; May, 519.074.
Lard January, ?10.60: May. J10.174.
Ribs January. 510.12; May, $10.02;
Rvc Cash, 8Iltf?R2c.
Barley Cash. 65tf7)97c
Timothy Cash. SS25ra10; March, $10.25.
Clover Cash, 510tf?)14.25; March, $15.25.
WORLD HAS EXCESS
In Chicago Pit Shorts Are Still
Timid, Remembering Their
CHICAGO. Jan. 10. Prcdictton of rain
or snow for all the winter wheal states
made prices here heavy todav. In the
southwest, particularly, the fall sown
grain needs moisture and also requires
protection from cold weather.
Closing figures wcro tf?Jc down to
g2c up. Corn finished unchanged to
ic higher: oats the name as last night,
and provisions 20c lower to 5c advance.
In wheat there, was little disposition
apparont to sustain values.
Short Interests, however, had been
largely eliminated by yesterday's bulge
and had nol yet recovered courage,
though new developments wcro undcnla
The European visible supply made an
unexpected showing of nearlv four mil
lion bushels Increase for last week. In
this connection it was figured that the
world's available stocks had become 50.
000.000 In excess of the total a year ago.
Liverpool closed only a trifle, cash
demand here fell off, and to cap all the
weather forecast was for snow In Ne
braska and Kansas nnd in other sections.
With diminishing prices, the trade less
ened also in volume. May ranged from
51.00B to 51.01. closing steady at Sl.Oli
tfj)1.01, a net loss of itfj)c.
Notwithstanding sensational reports
that tho Argentine crop had suffered as
high as 75 per cent loss, the corn mar
ket locally kept. Inside comparatively nar
row limits. May fluctuated between
49Itfji50c and 50jjc, with the close steady
at 50tfr50He, a gain of c over last
night. Cash corn was easy; No. 2 yel
low finished at 47tfj)475c.
Tho facl that the stock of oats here
had largely decreased in the last seven
days was offset by tho circumstance
that tho total remained much higher
than at the corresponding tlmo last
year. May varied from 343c to 3Gc, with
the latest figures at 34Itf?35c, pYeclscly
the samo as twenty-four hours previous.
Provisions sank because tho cash meat
trade was reported poor. Pork closed 16c
to 20c lower; lard went down 5c to 20c,
and ribs 15c off to 50c up.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheal Open. High. Low. Close.
May 1.021 1.014 1 .008 1.01
July 9G 96? 96 96ft
September .. 95 95 94 95
May 501 50? 50 50H
July 50 51 50J 5li
September .. 51 R 515 51 J 51
May 35 35 34 J 35
July 34 341 342 341
September .. 31 31 33? 33J
Flour, firm; No. 2 rye, 81J(S2c; feed
or mixing barley. 65tf7)75c: fair lo choice
malting, S9tf97c; flaxseed. No. 1 south
western, 52.37; No. 1 northwestern, 52.50;
timothy seed, 510.00; clover. 515.50; mess
pork, per barrel, 520.121tfji20.25; lard, per
100 pounds, 510.60; short rlb3. sides
(loose). 510.25(5)10.75; short clear sides
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 45,000 bushels. Primary re
ceipts wore 373,000 bushels, compared
with 593.000 bushels tho corresponding day
a year ago. The world's visible supply,
as shown by Bradstreot's, Increased
2.817.00 bushels. Estimated recolpts for
tomorrow: Wheat, 20 cars: corn. 294 cars;
oats, 134 cars; hogs. 33,000 head.
Available Wheat Supply.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10. Special cable
and telegraphic communications received
by Bradstreot's show hc following
changes In the available grain supply as
compared with previous account:
AVheat United States east, of the
Rockies decreased 625.000 bushels: Can
ada decreased 558.000 bushels. Total
United States and Canada decreased 1,
183.000 bushels. Afloat for or in Eu
rope increased 4,000.000 bushels. Total
American and European supply Increased
Corn United States and Canada in
creased 3,016,000 bushels.
Onts United States and Canada de
creased 17,000 bushels.
CoITce Futures Steady.
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. Coffee futures
barely steady; not 1 point lowor to S
points higher. Sales. 99,000 bags. Jan
uarv. 11.50c: February. ll.iiSo: March.
lt.K7c: April, 11.66c; May. 11. 65c; June.
11.60c; July. 11.56c: August, 11.50c: Sep
tember. II. 47c: October. 11.40c; Novem
ber, 11.3Sc; December. 11.38c. Spot cof
Tce firm; Rlo No. 7. mRtfFlc; Santos No
4, l4tf?11o: mild coffeo nominal: Cordo
The everlasting pirl question is ensily
ami entirely solved by the insertion of
a little want "ad"' in Tho Tribune.
Bell phono "200. Tml. :i60.
One Car of Kansas Sweet Po
tatoes Is Only Shipment
The storm Tuesday delayed business
temporarily on the wholesale markets.
One car of Kansas sweet potatoes was
the only carload slilpmont received in
the day. The rotall mnrkotn arc well
supplied, however, with California vege
tables. Dealers say that Moapa vege
tables are Just beginning to come Into
the market, and these will take the
place of moBt of those from Callftmla
In a short time.
Oranges continue to sell well and tho
prices are still down. The suprtv of
fruit may be had for almost any price
desired. Grape fruit Is on the market
In larger quantities than it has been bo-
forc this season, and Is of excellent
quality and selling well.
Cabbage and sweet potatoes are sell
ing well and tho sale of Irish potatoes
Is still strong. There arc .howovor, no
marked Indications of the promised
shortage of potatoes.
The market In 'general was unusually
dull Tuesday, but dealers showed no un
easiness, . Steol Trust Tonnage.
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. Announcement
wrs made today that tho books of the
United States Steel corporation showed
an unfilled tonnage of 2.674,757 tons on
December 31, against 2.760.413 tons on
November 30. Unfilled tonnage on De
cember" 31, 1909, was 5,927,031 tons.
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON, Jan. 10. Trading in the lo
cal wool market continues moderate, witli
Montana and other territory stock lead
ing. Fleece wools are in Talr demand
and pulled wool is firm, otherwise the
general run Is quiet.
Heavy sales of Montana clothing have
been reported and 20 cents Is said to
have been paid for fine, or 57 cents on a
scoured basis. Inquiry for Ohio fleeces
Is confined to one-quarter blood and a
little Missouri quarter blood found a buy
er recently at 26c.
Quotations scoured basis:
Texas fine twelve months. 56tf?60c; fine
six to eight months, 52tf?55c; fine fall,
California northern. 53tfi57cr middle
counties. 50tfj)52c; southern," 46tfiiSc; fall
Oregon eastern No. 1 staple, 63a64c;
eastern clothing, 60(61c; valley No. 1.
Territory fine staple, 60tf?)62c: fine me
dium staple. 5Sfff59c; fine clothing, 5C(fi
1 58c; fine medium clothing. 6itf?55c; half
I blood combing, 58tf?60c: three-eighth
blood combing. 53tf?55c; quarter blood
Pulled extra, 05c; fine A, 58if?60c; A
Flour, "Wool and Sugar.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10. Flour steady:
fair demand. Receipts. 51;800 barrels;
shipments, 1400 barrels.
Wheat Spot easy; No. 2 red, 99Jc. ele
vator, and 51.01 f. o. b. afloat; No. 1
northern Duluth, 51.24 J f. o. b. afloat.
Futures markeL lower under Hquidatton
owing to disappointing cables, more fa
vorable foreign crop advices and predic
tions of rain and snow in the west, clos
ing 5ic to Be net lower. May closed at
51.053; July closed at 1.03. Receipts, 19,
Raw'' sugar easy; Muscovado, .59 test,
3.17; centrifugal. .96 test. 3.67c: molas
ses sugar, .89 test. 2.92c: refined sugar
Flax, Oata and Rye.
MINNEAPOLIS, Jan. 10. Flax closed
Corn No. 3 yellow, 44c.
Oats No. 3 white. 31tfi31Jc.
Rye No. 2, 7SStf?701c
St. Louis Wool,
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 10. Wool unchanged;
medium grades, combine- and clothing.
22tfi)23c; light fine. 20tf?)22c; heavy fine.
lafWllc; tub washed. 20tf?33c.
Foley's Kidney Eomedy An Apprecia
tion. L. McConnell, Catherine st., Elmira,
N. Y., writes: "I wish to express my
appreciation of tho eroat good I de
rived from Foley's Kidney Remedy,
which I used for a bad case of kidney
trouble. Five bottles did tho work
most effectively nnd proved to mo be
yond doubt it is the most reliable kid
ney medicine I havo ever taken."
Sehniram-.Tohnson, Drups. Fivo stores.
Tho highest type of happinass Is j' ,
M XJT Y"ff irVT!hT?"JlkT "ached by having children In tho ' !
1 1 I A "Jlrlvll homo'' but tha coming of the littlo
mJLA A m ifl r M2m4k. Onos is ofton attended -vrfth appro- fc
to-"1 jflVj honsion and dread. Mothor's Friend IH
IN THE fni lifVf IH lf 1,804 th, wetontTOthM in 'M
3- 1 j yyl" j j preparation of the ordeal, carries f'' ffffl
y M-Ua her through the crisis with safety. V FFfl
This groat remedy assiots nature in all. necessary physical changes of tho sys- S
torn, affords bodily comfort during tho period of -waiting, and preserves tho M ifH
symmetry of form aftor baby comeH. The ponotrating and soothing qualities of . H
Mother '8 Friend allayB nausea, prevents caking of tho breasts, and In ovory, L
-way contributes to strong, healthy -l i'H
motherhood. Mother 'b Friond Is Jff 4 Ji "fPfl
sold at drug stores. Write for our y 1 fVTTf IF 5. 1 1
frea booS containing valuable infor- I JA- JL JlI- W YJCSit'rJ f
station for expectant mothers. yjE Pfl
f Vor Rheumatism and Nervousness, "k
A prominent .journalist of Al
buquerque, N. JL, says of Bice
tropodes: "1 know of no other
remedy that is as complete in its
euro o Rheumatism. The relief
is prompt and the cure is perma
nent. If 3'ou have Rheumatism, Ner
vousness, Kidney or Liver trou
ble, Backache, Neuralgia, you
cannot afford to be without Elec
tropodes. They remove oxcess
uric acid, cleanse and nitrify the
blood, increase circulation,
strengthen nerves and tono up
the entire system.
No Cure, No Pay.
You can try Electropodes en
tirely at our risk. Money will
positively be returned if .they
prove unsatisfactory. I
Druggist Signs This Contract.
t Tbe parchuer of El retro pa dt (g grant
t! the pririlcKa of returning them within
aody. and the purchase prlc (51.00) It
to be refunded upon tha followlnr condl.
Monst They are to bo worn according ta
direction for at least 25 consecntire diy
and then if not aatli factory, to bo returned
In oriffinal box.
For sale in Salt Lake City by
S OHRAMM - JOHNSON, ' THE
NEVER, - SUBSTITUTORS,"
FIVE STORES, where the cars
stop. Also other good druggists
everywhere. By mail, postpaid,
upon receipt of $1.00.
Western Electropode Co.
249 Los Angeles St., Los Angeles,
State whether for man or woman.
jb9HHT Ui Bis C for xmnotoral tDf
flTlHkTHV.dliohar goB, lnJUmmntloni,
"Ww irritation! or ulcerations ot
VhmH raucous membranes. Feinleu.
Guaranteed net to itrlotaie,
BttBH Pro-runts conUelon.
mrgtWi Hold by Dmnlill,
BbPM or In platn wrapper, express
SaaaflH prepaid, on rocript ot tXCD,
""Bk or threo bottle,
"BjOlroiiler on reaaest. HHH
: Jwl DISCHADilj
' Mm kl V. W gi If A RELIEVED IN
' 1 1 1 21 H Sa law KacbCap- j
il B BfflBLjr 91110 i " (MIDVlJ
; agtJj?LzfiBcly the naine.-'3
Ejfir Bettor of or -aUrrfMU I
Bamberger Admits ! . H
Being in Combine ,
Sends Reply to Secretary of Stato.
. January 0, 11)11. jKB
Hon. G. S. Tingoy, 1 ' il
Secretary of Stato. -j 'jH
Salt take City, Utah. 'H
Dear Sir jH
Replying to your letter of .H
Dccombor 5, 1910j notifying us
to withdraw from tho so-called . 'J
coal combino and failing to do !
sa, the matter would bo placed
in the hands of the attorney- jH
am compelled to confess j
that, myself and sixty.-tbroe.
employees of the Bamberger
Coal company arc members of , '
a coal combine, among our- ''
selves, tho purposo1 of which is j
to serve our patrons with tho '
cleanest Clear Creek and ;l
Castle Gate coal, "2000 pounds
in every ton," at tho-lowest '
prico possible. That the peo-
nlo appreciate our particular
kind of conl combine is evt-
denccd by the continual stream
of orders that we are receiving
for "that good coal." H
With respect, we remain,
BAMBERGER COAL CO., '
SIMON BAMBERGER, 'H
IdPi? i I
IBB xcursn I
FROIV: UTAH POINTS l
I KANSAS CITY, " H
MIAMI, FLORIDA, ;'H
EAGLE PASS, TEXAS, '.H
DATE OF SALE, 'fl
JANUARY 14, '1911 fl
For particulars see C. F. '
Warren, A. T. and S. F. Ry., jj Wk
233 Judge Building, Salt Lake
City, Utah. Both phones. j;
Commences ike Best Bargain Sale in Salt Lake City 1 J
JK Having purchased, at an alarmingly low figure, the balance of goods left over at 28 and 30 Main Street, and two large I fl
wm - stocks of goods from the East. We offer the whole of these and our winter goods to clear at unheard of ! flH
pi prices on Thursday, from 8 o'clock until cleared 1 H
P Men's Suits and Overcoats at Half Prices Ladies' Suits, Goats and Skirts at Half and Less .; 9 jjl
pjl Boys' Suits, Underwear, Must Be Cleared at Any Price Ladies' Furs Will Be Cleared, Regardless of Cost 9 HlH
1 Boots, Shoes and Rubbers Best Bargains Ever Offered i; Winter Underwear for Ladies and Children from 25c I IjH
1 Blankets, Comforts Never Were Such Values at Such Small Prices I II
s Come early and get the greatest bargains ever offered In the history. of Salt Lake City j jH
SeOut Only Ads 42 to 48 West First South The Universal Providers I ; l