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J TIfl-; SAfr LA K K TRIBUXK. SATURDAY MORNING, .JANUARY -J7. irV2. 11
JE STOCK MARKET
Jucticin in the St. Paul Divi
nd Opens the Way for
fJJ i he Attack.
U J&ACCO SOARS ALOFT
IQ Llation Continues Un
N wed and All the Issues
f Show Great Gains.
W YORK. -Ian : - An aggreaslvi
laid eeekend the stock market to
ni fcer nn Irrejculm opening, m which
IjMgtock? r'H-! substantial gains
plurtlon in tlio St. Paul dividend
-Bear trndpifl their opportunity and
vare helped by a drop of morf than
Eta In me ftb k in London before
iHing and Great Northern preferred
ifStron?lv a! ihf outset, bui tlu pro
Dal trader.", takinsc (ho ground that
Iddlng ')p of those storks wai for
tjrpoee of concealing elilnr else
F attacked the wholr list, and prlcec
fed In every dlrr-' t Ion. Most of the
f issue; w t depressed n point
Of low .- t : rj;t ' close.
renth-' th.-r- v;m little liquidation
Kaui. holder, of the Btock having
(rarned well m advance cf ihe dlvt
I Bductton. The fluctuations wpr
bgp and the net Ions wgf n point,
hjlation In 1 ho tobacco stock was
ted i-i Tobar.-o jumped 27
hand t iio .-'!!.:' i Mii-s from a to 10
J , Atnorb'-in Snulf, V.icli va listed
I exchange vyUrihy. fold first to
it 120 and then advanced to 143.
,1 co In In the neighborhood of 100
nelow the quotation of this stork
Hft the dissolution of the American
ftnusunl activity In Lackawanna.
jHpee io points, wu explained bj
I Hjoounopmnt of iho proposal 1o
iffflFtlg.Qr11"' ! ommon stock.
Tork Ontral also displayed unwont
. mtv and i's rise of "j points made
mature of the late trading
fifn "Xi'lmnkv rates advanced and
.KSarif were placed abroad
domestic market there was vlr
9MJ0 d'-mand for money Kstlmates
Etveek h currency movement Indl
hat the unwieldy accumulation of
Mjjkt this rontT could hr- enlarged
"Rflow of from the Interior
Hntlnued, and 'i cnah gain of $12,-
Vtn $14 ; oo.riii,-i ls indicated
A week's hank cxr !ia n?'" In the
tpe! cities of the country showed a
3 Bf ;: per cent over la t year, al
ii they were 1$ per cent smaller
l thf corresponding week of 1910.
Hng In the bond market was some
naller than dm Ins the recent days
aim I activity. Prices were mixed.
Hast is8uK showing improvement.
51 Kales. rar vain''. $",7"?,000
Bjd Stai'K hondF i err- unchanged on
Closing Stock List.
; ; Sales 1 H. I L Clse
fiinlnic-rs pfd. ' ' -! "
; Copp.i . . ! " 200 638 4
UgTl. ... . . I. MO' h-J rtUl fll
vet f -: r.h hy P6i
fan 1.000 12fc! 12 121
Cr & Fnuiidrv. i.4O0 r2 I Sill ill
bttnn Oil . 2. OOj r. 1 : 48l soj
SeViirlnes I 600 ' 201 ' H'l
Ocomotive .. H44
taielt & R'f t: 900 72J 714 1 711
S Ee Ko'i'ndri.-s. ?of.' .( ' Vt j .'!!
fUgar Rpflnlnc. 1 00 1 1 7 11 h llfil
Ml i T1" ', . . l.::or l toy ho Lion
.tba- vn '. ' I os 107$ 107
tan V.'ooi n 2"
Ma Mm "o...' i,oiV :;;, 35$ 35i
.Sn . . 6,100jl0610ii W6j
iiEc' Line :i00 ije$ 136 136
mm Sir el mi S2 32 311
. SiSri Pa " i!00'2.L'S 2XH 2'':i3
KJL.entli. i- I oo ir4 in j:u
m. Ohfo. ' i.20. :ij 'v r
1 ft Wv -u - i
HK Ye.--."rii. ::" 1411414141
.ft St PhuI . i;hi I S io; 107,
P.g-ft rt Louis. 1 I 60
fUn . Iron. . 1 0 i 25 $' jii; ::-.
l2Wathern...' ... I 48
ma pi.ooo i358 r'iMfi
Wdllct;- . . 00 10 i J ' Ui
d vof. r 4; ju
R' 9 :;.:-00l X28 SU' 321
randw 2 .. :mi soj
NCTr'd . ... C'0l nl$l S1$ ,.
?-L-ZmYttTVC'i :,x"! 41 V 41 Wi
' 0 SB 2'Vl5f.$'ir.S$.15S
yetic-Wem pf( ; l.'.ooO'UlilllOJ 130
Ttfp ... 200, 4-1 i I 41 11
iSfWCttltral . ioo 1 II Ml 140
"t1,"1 " UJ
-'jHlTlne pfd . j. .4'.,00.!' .o6.l 209
" Wl Pu111 ' 'f ?i '"l
: L,G8R 'liini' 1069 1061
' .vah i0o !S2i l.Vj MJ
J$ St. 1 I 30
"' Wt f 5, et- M i 200 lWi.i:)2' 1132
n & r--a.. rio.i' c s i ( 2S I'l
I jfo', i'o0!40Y39S 391
t S''l ' 100 n: II 4 146$
4W-Lad :,f,0 53 .VJJ
Of M-: LVj pfd. !.00 Mi 'Mi !i4K
'W'ral ... 1 32.100 110-1 108$ 110i
lWV ' UftsI 38
"' iSr wlern.. 2,300 10H 109$ 100$
"i jPBlrJ'rHn 1.4CK1 70$ 7S$ 701
- jK ? RC,fu: ' ' L100 11X$ IMilUTi
... iHtll . 200 : soji ::oi
... Wnla - 6,6001124$ 124$ 124$
! MPV ioo1 ior.fi or.$ ioj.j
W 81 L.....I 00 looi ionj'inoj
I L1r.al IOO u i 17
'"' Mpal r-.V 1or'! "-
Bprlns . joo":;o' :;o '14
! A j,v.r. ' 1 '::'K;es
" 'WS'r ' ii
WS 1.300 1 -4 nn
' Ih ' , r,f,l riii M
Wv&k? u 1,,r :
m wiT. ' lu, 10P4S00
WRallway .,oo 28$ 28$ 28
' S&'t' ' oi T'-'i 12 r,r
."''. ic4 ' M"f'' ''jl ''j! 22J
.... Wt ' 3 1:47
....'-' WSr.lrv -100 ,-.4$l 344 331
lEbblv "''r, i $ 1
err' 200 46i 4sj' 4.w
feBB.r ' rfj '"r"1 t,n'" M 0
9fFtJro,W'c; 300 '7' 72
wv JW 52S '-6r 2l
n -S4JJ7 282 JS3
d uAie&t fine ?Ri.ni? o'otnlng 20
ACCUMULATION OF MONEY
IN THE NEW YORK BANKS
Financial Institutions in All Sections of the Coun
try Said to Be Overflowing With
By Thomas C. Shotwell.
By In'ernat'onal New.- Baprlca
NEW YORK, .inn K. Announcement
by the Laokawa noa Railroad com
pany thai It would Issii" $12,000,
000 par of new stoi;k for -onstni's-tion
work In the stat of Pann
syl van la cve tiio c-nor.il market a firm
underton- toda- bSCaUaC it lad BP6CU
lators fo 'iiope for 1 m Ions" In Hit di-
ractiona Lackawanna -took sold up tn
points to 655, which with the subsidiaries
mak lha original Lackawanna stock tiie
aqulvalenl of 1916 a share. Tha other
s'lrprisins: feature of tbo rav was a wild
upheaval in tobacco shares. American
Tobacco advanced twenty -aeven nolnta,
maldnc a us.'1 of forty points in two
days. G. TV. Ilelme stork moved up lli
Liggett t- Meyers and r. Lorlllard 9.
The tobaoco aharea on th '-iirh market
were also strong. Prltlsh-Anieii.iTi hp
prooohlr.c Itp prN ions high record and
United '""Ijrai- Stnr-s shov.dn strenffn
for the Tirst tlmo in v."eks.
Puzzle for Traders.
Or the standard issues. New York
Central was leader, -jalnlnc two points
on th dav's trati-actloii. and closltiK at
the high Drieo St. Paul was a puaalc
for the tradTs They started in to sell
if. but found a nood demand for the
isne and withdraw, so that iho Price
Sh O Wad a decline of on!v one point for
th day. u la generally believed that
the atOCk has discounted tha reductions
e.f its dividend.
Lnion Paeifio barel) held its own ttn
dcr a ,na"1' vnlump of trading. It Is
noted that the stock is In active demand
In the loan crowd and It Is possible that
it lias been oversold by 'he wrnnc peo
ple On" of the most skillful traders In
the street as reported today to h
covering his short commitments, pro
parlnsr for a wlnr on tho long sid of
the market. The. feature of the market
that is worrying the b"ars Is Its stabil
ity under tb flood of had developments
that has struck It this week. Reduction
of t',ie St. Paul dividend, demand hv
the locomotive engtneera for higher
wftpes. announcement that the Re.pnblle
Iron A- Stel company did not earn its
dividend In the last half of 1P11 and a
tempornrv let up in the demand for stepj
were among these Influencsa
Cash in Banks.
On the other l)nd there Ij a surpris
ing accumulation of cash In the banks.
KANSAS PITY. .Ian- 26. Cattle Re
ceipts estimated at 1600, including luO
outhcrns-. market, steady. Nntive steers,
$5.508: uoutln-rn steers. $ort7 6.50; south
ern cjwr and heifers, S.'l'frS, nati e cows
and hellers. 306.5; Btockera and feed
ers, 3406.36; Bv"a, 88 7606.50: calvas,
f3. 75(5' 7 SO; Wf-i-,n .-leers, V'i'o, 7.2o ; west
rn cows. 3fi 1
Hega Receipts estimated at 8000; mar
ket, 5c to 10c lower. Bulk. 15.8006.26;
heavy, $6.2006.30; packers and butchers,
3firJ 6 30; Hgl'its, 16. 6006.10; pics. 406.
ksheep Receipts estimated at 4000;
market, stead'. Muttons. 83.2504.75;
lamb.-, JSfS 6 fed wethers and
lings, $3.0006.50; fed ewes, $3.7504-15.
CHICAGO, .ran. 26. Cattle Receipts
estimated at 4000; market, Blow Reeve.i,
$4.70O840; Texas steers, $4.4005.76;
Wastern ateers. $4.6607; stockera ;ind
feeder! S8.60O5V90; cows ;nd heifers,
$2.1006.66; calves, $5.5008 25.
Hogs Elecalpta estimated at 88.000;
market, slow, r.c to 10c lower Light,
86 lOOs.lO; mixed. 86.85O6.30; heavy,
$5.9006 .12. rough, $5.9l'O6.06; piga, ; I . I 1
05.40; bulk of. sales, $606.26
Sheep Seoeipta estimated at 12,000;
market, weai. 10c to 20c lowei Native,
$8.160j Tn western. $8 5004.75; year
lings, $4.8006.60; lamb, native, $4,400
5.80, western. $4.6006.80.
OMAHA, .inn ji) -Cattle Receipts es
tlmated at 100: market, alow to weakar.
Native ,te,rs, $5(0.7.70; COWS and heifers,
jr.. GO'S 1. wr stein steers, jr. . Siv, . 40 , Te-.
ns stecis, 83 6OO5.60; range rows find
lielfers, $305; canners. $2.ii0ft3 6U; stri k
ers anri reed era, $8.5006.25; calves, $3.75
07.75 bulla, stags, eta, $3 5005.50.
Hogs Receipts estimated at hruo; mar
bet steady to 6OIO1 lower Hea,vy, $6(8
8 16; mixed. Sf..8.')(di.Uri: llirht. $."vo
?.().".: pics. $4.2.'.fi7 U. bu'.k "' i-.ile' , , sii
Bhesrp ReCepta estimated at 4SO0;
market, slow, lower. Yearlings, 4 70(H
5.00; wethers. $404.50; cw .-. . $3. jr.
4.2:,; lamlis. $6,6006.76.
New York Produce.
NEW YORK. Ian. 26. FI0U1 Stead
io firm, with a Rood trade, Recelpta m -500
Parrels; shipments. :!Kfio barrels.
Wheat Spot steady; No. 2 red, Ji.oii,
elevator, ex-port bai and $1.0:!j f.o.l..
afloat; No. 1 northern Ehiluth, ?i -i t.o.b.
afloat. Puturea firm at the atari swing
to tha cables and moderate receipts and
firm cash markets In the weat, but 1m;'
the cain under profll taking, closing i8
net lower sfay $1.0601106 8-16, ol08ed
at Si 06i. and July closed a Si "U. Re
oelptc 48,000 bushels, shipments. S4C0
Haat and hops Firm
Hides and petroleum Steady.
Sugar Raw Btaady; muscovado. v
teat. 3.89e; centrifugal. .96 test, 4.89c;
molasses siij,.). .so fv-t. :; r,. Rrfnx-d
New York Bonds.
U S ref 2s fee 100 j, p fleh 4s 101 981
do coupon ...100 L N up 4s... !0;
do 8s reg 1011 MK&T 1st 4s.. or.
do coupon . . ,101Mb Pac Is .78
do 4s rec 118 N Y (' Ren 7.v
do coupon ....118 do deh 4s .. 9""
A Chalm 1st ha. 53 O s L rfdir It :
Am Agr 5s . . . .1029 StL&SF frr Is. snij
Am T4-T cv 4s. 1 10 s; f ,.0 is.. 92
Arn Tobac 4s . P.75 do CV 4s miil
do tie 1213 do lat ref 4s 96
armourdeCo 4i 02 CJ r 4s tool
Atch ten 4s . 99 do -is 10;
( hr; & O tS..16l do lstftref U. 07J
"Ri-Q joint la. ot 0 B Bteel 2d r.s.ioi
do c-n 4s . . .07 'f,,;..;i 1st r.s I07
P R G 4s ... rjo Istcvt t
do ref 5s 80', 7 I Pac r 5s. vrj
in C lt r?f 4s. Panama Si . ,.101
NSW YORK. Jan. $6. Kv:,poi .-, tf; ap
ples, quiet and feat urelesp. with prices
unchanged, in the spot, fancy are quoted
at IOIOIOJc; choice, 9i09c; prime, BJ
rriir,e Inactive and prices ea-. . with
some teselllng. ijuotations range from
5c o l.$e for Catifornlaa up (r. 80-40a and
19018ic for Oregons.
Apricots outet and steadj ; f.hoic.'. f,iy
ISc, extra ejioke, lfJISic: fancy, 1 ,
Peaches, Inactive, steady; cholca, nr
lllr; eMra eholce, lliOlZo; fancy, 1 'ft
Ralnlns, quiet and irrtenlar;
muaeatels re quoted al 5IOtc; choiea to
fancj seeded, Tji&'Sjc: Madless, 60Tc;
Ixmdon layers. $1.4001.45.
Boston Wool Market.
RONTON. I;jn 36. The Commercia!
Bulletin will av of the wool market to
morrow So far a the VOhunj of bUSlnSSal trans
acted Is concerned, It showed little dif
ference hetween the current, woek and the
on which preceded It. Strength ha been
developed, however. In certain grades,
such as B supers, and flno scoured wools
have been more in demand. Considerable
orlfrinal bag- territory wool has been
mover! Prices on territovv, however, are
The strike at LawTence has held up
some trading, but has not hsd sny
markea effect on the markat yet.
the sain for this wek showing fully
Preparation:- ate under wav for cold
shipment- should i no rate of exchange
hsi" n slight further advance. Banks in
all sections Of the Country are overflowing
wltli mone-. Tht? accumulation of nionev
Is not due 50 much to the fact that
business Is dull as it la to the. fai:t that
ordinary Htijtens have quit carrying so
much cash In their POCKS U as they tlld
during boom times. They have eit'ner
sp.-nt tlieir pockd money or pave nut' It
in the bank f-.r fear they will spend it.
Railroads in the northwesl have suf
fered much from the -now this winter
and poor reports are expected for .fan-
uary, but announcement today 'hat the
threshing of whSat has been resumed In
Albert.' -how- that there 1- conalderable
business rel to bo done In connection
with the Inst harvest.
;-tel authorities aald today that the
advance In wire prices had excited a
better demand. This probably la due to
the fa 1 that dealera are preparing for the
demand for fencing that will make Its
appearance In the spring
No Alarm Felt.
Although a congressional committee
vas busy with the money octopus the
street displayed no alarm, "it Is definitely
believed that Samuel T'nt e rmeyer will bS
counsel for the committee If a real in
vest icatiop s made and that he, being
ambitious for political honors will steer
the Investigation along such lines as to
mak It a good thing for both the pub
lic and tht banks Nanks are doing
many thmcs contrary to the best judg
ment 01 tha preat flnaneler who feel,
however, thai ihe neceasttlea of business
compel present practice.;.
An officer of the United Cigar Stores
aald toda: that Bailing of the stock of
that company was undoubtedly due to
liquidation by the lending Interests in the
American Tobacco compan)
Strength of New York Central and its
officii announcement that plans are un
der unv for merging the Lake Shore and
Michigan Central With the parent com
pany have caused manv persona to won
der whether the Chicago a- Northwestern
will be Included in the merger. Intima
tions are dropped from time to time that
the Northwestern is arutloua to get
through to the Pacific coast over Its
own lines If that were done New York
Central would he nn ocean to ocean rail
road. St. Paul's experience has chilled
enthusiasm for such an enterprise In the
Prices Unchanged in All ihc
Markets; Lend Dull and
-I ("oprer (electro) ....S14.87014.5O -r
4 Lead $i 4004.50
Rm- silver . .r.T ji- v
4- Sliver in London 9-i8d !
NEW YORK, Jan. 2R. --Standard cop
per, dull; spot, January, February,
March, April and Maj 81375014.00;
London steady; spot. K1 ls 0d ; fu
tures. 62 L5s. Arrivals reported at New
York today, 610 tons. Customhouse re
turns show exports of 24,091 tons so far
this mohth. Lake copper. 14i014c;
casting 13Z014c; electrolytic. 14014ic.
Tin. ateady; spot and ranuary, 843.25
4r; :r. . February, 82.2504275; Marclv,
$42.00042.60; April and May. $41.7548
42.36. London, lum; spit. XIO.'J. futures,
Lead, dull; $4.4004.50 New ok and
?4. 30ft 4. 35 East. St Louis. London,
1S 12s 6d.
Spelter, dull: $6.86066 New York and
r, 30O6 "0 East St. Louis. London, 26
7 s Hd.
Antimony dull, cooksons, ?".:!7j
Iron Cleveland warrants, -ls 10Jd 1"
Lonrlop. LOCSJIy Iron was quiet. No. 1
rbundrj Northern, $14. 751 IB. 00; No. 2,
$14.60014.76. No. 1 Southern and No. 1
Southern aofl, $14.25(8 1 1.76.
NEW YORK. Jan. 2j F.radstreeCs
bank clearing! reporl for fne week end
ing Jahuary 26 ahowa an aggregate- of
$3.30.".,R7t5.OO0, as against $3,479,743,000 last
week anri $3,207,178,000 In the correaoond-
i n JT week last, year
Tic following is a list of the ciMe.
New York . .. $1,998,318,000 2.7 ...
Chicago 20.000. 000 ;; 7
HoM.-.n 169.014,000 2,1
Philadelphia 1 in 688,000 4.6 ...
St. luiis 74.357.000 ... 1 .
Kansas City .... 52,491,000 .... 02
Plttaburg - ;o.sos.ooo 4.5 ....
San Francisco 48,481,000 19.8 ....
Baltimore 36,084.000 3;2 ....
Cincinnati 25,618,000 ... i.
Minneapolis .. .. 17 621.000 7,1; ....
New Orleans .... 22.240.000 2.0 ....
Cleveland .. .. . '.'0.3Rtl.0OO 17 :: ....
fietroit 1).07.:.,00i "fi.o ....
Lor Angeles .. 20,983,000 28.0 ....
Omaha .... 1.". 108. 000 s.n
Milwaukee 12,108,000 ... .0
Louisville 14,380.000 .... 2
Atlanta i4.2S2.ooo .... 1 1 .0
Portland. Or, ... 0.134,000 2.1 ....
Seattle 0,661.000 .... fit
St Paul ........ 10.005.000 4 ; ....
Denver 9,571,000 .... fi ii
Bt. Joseph ...... 8.816,000 22 1
SALT LAKE B,066,000 22 7
Fori. Worth .... 8,884,000 .... 4.0
Sjpokane, Wash. . 8,911,000 2.0
Tacoma . .... 3,898,000 ... 4 :,
r'h Molnea 1,011,000 20.7
Duliilh 2.734,000 ... ) "
Oakland, Cal. 8,842,000 11 E
Wichita :t. 179.000 ... 4 6
Peoria 3,831,000 .V7
Ogden. I'tah ... 693,000 13.3
New York Money.
NEW YOLK. Jan. 26. Cloal
Prime mercantile paper, 8104 per rent.
Sterling exchange Drm, with actual bus
iness in bankera' billa at 4.84.26 for slxtv
day bills and nt 4.S7 f..i for demand.
Commercial iiiis: 1 8;;j.
Bar allver, 67$ cente.
Mexican dollars, 17 cents.
Government bonds ateady; railroad
Money on call ateady, 202 per rent;
nillng ratir, 2i per cent : Cioalni hid 2
per eon i, offered nt 21 per c-nt.
Time loans eas-; for sixty days, 8031
per cent; for ninety du.s, 2.''rr; per ,-r.n"t;
for six montha, 3.74 per cent.
CHICAGO, Jan. 2B Buttur Hleadv
ereamerle.a, 20iP'36r; dairies, 25O380,
Egg Pirm; receipts. 1238 cases: at
mark, caaee Included, 1 f t (ff 2 ti i c , ordlnarv
flrste. 80O82c; flrsts. 34'5Slc
Chee6e Steady . daisies, I9ijl7c: twine,
16fnt;$c; young Americas, P!-l7c- long
Flax, Oatfl and Rye.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 2n.inRX, 15
Corn. No. 3 yellow. 68e.
Oate, No. 3 white 4Sic.
Rye. No. 2. 00c.
Slump in Grain Market After
Rest Prices of Week Had
CHICAGO, Jan. 26. Although Hie besl
priest Of tha e-k were made her., toda;
for all the rereale. latest trading showed
a de.-llne thYOUgnOUi the list. Profll -
taking waa largely reaponslblc. Wheat
closed the same a4 last night to 1- down,
com and oats ofl lc to c and provialona
off from $e to ISc.
AN'hept at lirst acted under the inlln-
anca of firm cables and bullish news,
Shorts were anxious buyers at Liverpool
because of the scarcity or contract grades.
Prospect of a light total in the weekly
statements likewise waa in favor of the
hulls. However there was no urgent
Shori interest to give ansip td the trade
or to l.eip can the bulge nlong.
Beside a the corn and oats markets were
giving "igns of heavineas and cash de
manrl waa disappointing, Realizing set
In on a liberal scab-, hut the close nev
ertheless ivjk Arm, chiefly because of In
dlcatlona of better business In dour. May
fluctuated from ll.Olj to $1.02, with the
wlndup 1 01IO1 02, precisely ths same a
twepty-foui hours before.
Despite considerable activity oti the
part of shorts and BpeculatlVe investors,
corn gradual I y eaaed off. May ranged
betwer-n STjIvf.Tfc and Sc. closing 3teady
C net lower at 6TO07c, "'ash gTadep
were weaker. No 2 yellow was q'.iotei
at 06O66fC for carlots
Oat displayed neious strain from the
star' Top and bottom prices touched
for May proved to be 6XC and 50c wltli
last saiea at under the figures named, a
net loss of c
Hog products suffered on account of
big- receipts at the yards. In the end
pork was down 7je to 15o. and other ar
ticles at 2Jc to 10c decline.
FLANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES
Wheat Open High Low Close
May . . . 1 .02 i .021 1.01 1.02
Julv 95 9fl Ooj Uhi
Jan 65R ... ... 4i
Ma- 67 88 67
July 7$ 678 67 67 1
Sept 67 67; 673 67jj
Jan 50i . ... aOJ
May si oii ?.o? r.oi
July 46 461 13
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
firm; rye, No. 2, ;4c; barley, feed or mix
ing. 80cO$1.09; fair to iioice malting,
11,190138 timothy seed $12016; clover
send. $16.00022.35; mess pork, old, 31 5. 37 J.
new. sir. 871; lard in tierces), $o.i".
Total clearances of wheat and flour
wero equal to 107.000 bushels. Exports
for the week, as shown by Bradst reefs,
were equal to ;i.04.'t.ooo bushels. Pri
mary reaeipts Were f.OO.OOO bushels, com
pared with 606,00 bushels the correapond
tng lay a veai n--o. Estimated receipts
for tomorrow. Wheat, 17 cars; corn, -tyj
rars, oats, 180 cars; hog;-. 22,000 head.
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE
Volume of Business Well Maintained in
Most of the Markets.
NEW YORK. Jan. 26. R. G Dun
Company's Weekly Review of Trade to
morrow will cnv"
The altuatlon In business is mixed and
varied While there f a lessened demand
for Iron :tnd steel products, a natural re
action from the November and December
activity, the volume of business is well
maintained, In spite of the failing off in
new railroad bus 'n
New business Includes additional orders
for about 200,1 I'-ns of rails. There Is
under negotiation In eastern markets 60,-
000 t"US or plates and shapes for vessels,
and contracts have been placed for two
largo freighters tor delivery on the lakes
next summer, There la still a lack of
complete confidence In the trade, and
consumers In manv Instances restrict
purchases to Immediate needs.
Prices are slightly irregular Trading
Hi the dry goods market showed notice
able expansion this week Demand tor
cotton goods was more general, and while
there was some tendency toward eon
Servatlsm. there was good buying In ad
standard iine and nttie or no complaint
was made regarding prices.
Miscellaneous trarjc Is holding up
steadily, but. bids from China are too low
to Induce business. Red sea trading la
good In small lots Tn woolen goods,
western jobbers report Improved condi
tions and are buying more freely ui the
in overcoatings, chlnclllas, Bhetlands
and mixed and rough fancies are being
well taken New rough woolens n suil
Ings are ordered and some mills have
closed up and withdrawn,
In dress goods the demand for nearby
shipment of serges, whipcords and fani lea
Is n itlceable. Silks are In more liberal
request and hoth cotton and woolen yarns
are in fair demand.
Visiting footwear buyers have operated
liberally In spring and summer goods In
the Boston market, and a fair buslnesa
la being received through traveling sales
men Leather i Irregular In demand rlldes
Favorable Weather for Business. With
Signs of Improvement.
NEW YORK Jan. 26. Bradstreet's to
morrow will say:
Favorable weather has facilitated busi
ness operations, especially In .lobblm? and
retail lines, which rer,ort more or less
improvement. But on the whole trading
is oharaoterlzed by small lot buying, and
conservatism is very conspicuous, par
ticularly in the farming section? II Is
conceded that trade will be late in de
veloping later than usual. In fact.
However. better weather conditions
havo enabled traveling salesmen to get
about more readily, and as a result joN
bcrs and wholesale houses havo been
favored wit it a fair volume of mall or
ders. The railroads arc: doing mora, thanks
to better weather j,nd to the large move
ment oi coal. These two factors have
reduce.) the amount of idi roiling stock.
Business failures In the United States
for the week '-nrilng January 2", were
t; against 861 lost week. 315 In the like
week In 1911, 295 in 1910, -Ii in 1909,
and $59 in 1008.
Buslnesa failures in Canada for the
week number 2.7, which contrasts with
60 last. week, and 33 In the corresponding
week of last year
'Wheat, including flour, exports from
the United States and Canada for the
week ending January 2f.. aggregated .1, -043.191
bushels. against 8.941,679 last
week and 2.182,518 this week last year.
Corn exports for the week are 1,740,738
bushels, asaitist 1,462,888 last week, and;
1,881,846 In 1011,
Coffee Futures Steady,
N8W YORK, Jan. 26. -CofTfre closed
stcdv at o net advance of I3O20 point?,
'ale.' 7l.ooo has. January, 19.64c; Feb
ruary. 12.60c; March. April and Mny,
12.7-1c; June. 12.75e; July, 12 77. August
ami September. 12.7Sc. QetObST, 12 7Mr.
November, VJ,6c; December, r.6fie.
pot coffee, steady; Rio No 7. 13 Jo;
Santos No 4. loijr;' mild coffe. quiet;
Cordova, leJ(J17Jo nommol
Sunday, January 28.
Excursion to Lake station, north of
Great Salt lake, via Orepon fihori Line.
Round trip. S2.75. Special train will
leave 0 S L. depot 7:30 a m.. return
injr same evening. Lots of rabbits.
Tickets on sale at "Western Arms "
or City Ticket Ofnce, Hotel Utah.
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counts. The Utah National Bank
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SAN PEDRO. LOS ANGELES . SALT
LAKE RAILROAD COMPANY.
Notice of Soeclal Meetlna of Stockholders.
Loa Angeles, California, Jan. 2nd, 1912.
To Uifc Stockholders oi tno San lJciiro,
Los Angeles it Salt Lake Railroad Com
pany; Nonce is hereby srlvao that . ppeclaJ
meeting of the stockholders of the San
Pedro, Los Angeles & Sait Lawo Rail
road company has been called by the
president and the board of directors to
convene at the office of the company, and
at Its principal place of business and at
the building where the board of directors
usually mei.-t. No. 169 South Main street,
in the city of Salt Lake City. In the slate
of Utah, on the 4th day of March, 1912.
ut 10 o'clock a. m.. for the purpose of
considering and acting upon the follow
ing: propositions, namely;
1. To authorize the board of directors
of this company to make appropriate pro
visions for t lie retirement of the first
mortgage bonds of this company, hereto
fore authorised in the amount of sixty
millions of dollars, of which there have
been Issued only the amount of forty
eight million eight hundred and thlrty
Bve thousand dollars, and to cause, the
same to be cancelled, and to secure the
satisfaction and discharge of record of
this company's first mortgage made to
the Guaranty Trust company of New
York as trustee, bearing dale the 1st day
of July, 1909.
2 To Increase the bonded Indebtedness
of this company by authorizing and ap
proving an Issue of bonds of 'this com
pany (ii the amount of aeventy million
dollars, to be secured by a mort
gage Atxi deed of trust, dated as
of July 1, 1911, upon the railroad,
railroao property end franchises of
this company, together with the appur
tenances thereunto belonging, now owned
or hereafter acquired, or such part there
of as may be prescribed In EBld mortgage
and deed of trust, and to authorize and
empower the board of directors of this
company to prescribe the form and tenor
of said bonds and rnorlRage and deed of
trust, and to select and appoint a trus
tee of ea'.d mortijasre and deed of (rust,
and to take all such, action as they may
deem necessary or expedient In the prem
ises. The books for the tran?fer of th stock
of this company will be dosed for the
purpose of said meeting at 12 o'clock
noon, on the 1 nt h das of February. 1912.
and reopened at 10 o'clock a m.. on the
6th day of March. 1912.
By order of the president and of the
board of directors.
W. H. COM3TOCK. Secretarv.
Liberty Mining company. Principal
plactf of" business, room 503, T.'iah Sav
InRs - Trust Company building. Salt
Lake City. Utah.
Notice There arc delinquent upon the
following described stock, on account of
aaassamehts levied on the 16th day of
November. 1911, the several amounts set
opposite the names of the respective
shareholders, as follows.
No Name Shares. Amt.
103 John Creen 300 fi.or
104 John Creen 200 4.00
106 John Hoyt 100 2.00
And In accordance with law ana an
I order of the board of directors made on
the 16th day of November. 1911, t many
shares of each parcel of such stock as
may be necessary will b sold at th
office of the company, room BOS, Utah
Savings & Trust Comnanv building. Salt
Lake City. Vtah. on The 23rd day of
January, 1912, at the hour of 11 o'clock !
a. m., to pay delinquent assessments
thereon, togethwr with the cost of adver i
tifing and expenses of the sale.
HARVEY J. JONES. Secretary.
Room 503, Utah Savings & Trust Com- i
pany. Salt Lake City. Utah.
At a meeting of the board of directors
of the Liberty Mining company, held
January 9. 1912, It was ordered that the
sale of the above delinquent stock be
postponed to January 30, 1912. at the
same hour and place.
HARVEY J. JONES. Secretarv.
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' AN
Utah Savings &. Trust Company
The annual meeting of the blockholders
of the Utah Savings & Trust company, i
a corporation, will be held on Monday
the oth day of February, 1912. at 10 '
o'clock a m., at Its general place of busi
ness. No. 235 Main street. Salt Lalt
City, Utah, for the election of officers
and transaction of such other business I
as may properly come before the meet
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Gold Springs Mining & Power com
panv. a Utah corporation.
Location of principal piace of business.
Salt Lake City. Utah.
There are delinquent on the following
described stock, on account of assessment
No. 2. levied on the 16th day of Decem
ber, 1911a the several amounts net oppo
site i he names of the respective share
holders, as follows:
No, Name. Shares. Amt.
7 Samuel Paul 3000 120 00
17 A L. Sperrv '....1000 40.00
28 Elmer B. Cartmell 500 20.00
41 O. B Armstrong 100 4.0
48 Mabel L wills son 20.00
44 Belle Preston 300 12.00
45 J F. Dickenson 500 20.00
66 Willis W McClelland., .too 12.00
56 Ray McClelland ioo 4.00
64 J. E. Hanna lOftO 40.00
66 Tom F. Simon 250 10.00
C-rorac J Frasch .IO 12.00
77 Karl A. Frasch 100 4.00
PRV. S Knight '75 19,00
112 J J. Johnston 500 20.00
118 Martha M. T.arrlmer... 100 4. 00
116- r;eorc W. Wagoner... 21 9 60
124 Samuel geh.dl 125 5.00
125 Samuel Sertoli IOO 4. 00
126 Homer M. Scholl 200 8.00
127 Harry H Scholl 50 2.00
128 Homer M. Scholl 100 4. 00
129 Samuel Scholl 100 4.00
130 Samuel Saholl 200 8 00
142 John Higdnbottom lor0 4".on
149 John T. Werner 200 S.00
151 William A. Soars 10 4 00
1 52 J. W. Martin 3100 124.00
168- Mrs j. w Jackson..:. 500 20.00
154 William Schlle 20rt S.no
l.' Samuel J. Noelv 100 4.00
iri6---Thoms J Phillips 1000 40.00
157- Thomas J. Phillips 1000 40.00
158 Thomas J Phillips 1609 40.00
169 Anna M. Rroadbcnt. . . . 10 4 00
160 Lois W Martin .... too 4. no
161 Ethel M Klingberg 200 8.00
162 -Mrs J W Mar'm ..100O 40.00
169 Clara L. Spec man ... . 200 8.00
1T0 A. B. Lacev 1050 42.00
171 J. T. Morrow 1334 53. Jd
172 T W. Ashbaugh 115 4.60
176-T. E. Denning 200 8.00
186 George B. Armstrong... 500 20.00
187 George B Armstrong . 600 20.00
181 Charles L. ArmFlrong.. 100 4.00
180 George Black 500 20 00
190 George Wr. Parks lOO'i 40 00
19: Terence .1. Tnkroh 200 s.00
194 L. M. Carpenter 2835 113.40
196- William M. Martin 2200 88.00
207 B. A. Stone 1890 75.60
20s -H C Godfre 500 20.00
209 Mrs. Ellse Demars. .. 800 32.00
213 Joseph rnkroh ioo 4.oo
216 I. T. Morrow 10 .40
i 219 K. P McGlnnls 210 8.40
229 Irene T. Short 1000 40.00
I243 -.T. Charles Wrrlght. ... 1000 40.00
244 Raymond C. Wright... ioo 4 oo
245 F. L. Kern 420 16 80
246 W. A. Williamson 500 20.00
248 A. P Osborn 500 20.00
2 19 A P Osborn. 500 20.00
250 C. B- Osborn 500 20 00
278 T. W. Brown 40 16.00
279 .1. Miller McDonald 500 20.00
i 23--Charles H. Carpenter 425 17.00
I 284 Luey B. Carpenter 32 1.28
j B21 Clara Pierce 100 4.00
1 884 Joslah Black 50 2.00
355 Bert Nixon 26 1.00
' 390- Albert J. Black 250 10.00
:.'9I Margaret Hollldy 125 5.00
yi -Sarah J. Henry so 2.00
104 Mary W C. Haley... 250 10.no
' 106- John Sperkman 250 10.00
188 Catharine M Tuttls... 250 10.00
441 W. F Armstrong 500 20.00
444 - W. A. Williamson 500 20.00
4 40 Clement Graffls 50 2.00
447 F. B Stemen 150 6.00
41 Josiah Black 50 2.00
455 Charles E. Wright 500 20.00
4?8 ("'. E. Berrv 200 8.00
439 C. B. Berrv 162 6.48
492 A P. Osborn.. 100 4.00
192 Qeorgs P. Muret 150 6.00
501 Goldle M Hannan 50 2.00
! 504 Mary Burns 260 10.00
I 507 John fltoner 250 10.00
1 601 P. F. Lorrimer 125 6.00
624 r. E. Hanna 50 2.00
526 J. Charl'-s Wright 50 2 00
S41 Charles Allendorf 100 4.00
I 542 Amanda B. Stwwart 250 10 00
543 Philip M. Scholl 150 6.00
B46 LydiS Anne Phillips 26 1.00
548 Joslah BlHck 200 8 00
56S Walter B. Baker 1000 40.00
571 Edith Uhn 60 2.00
589 F. B. Stemen 100 4 00
591 C. F. Scholl 200 8.00
592- Reason D. Scholl 120 4.80
SOS William K. Olcott 5000 200.00
60S Eliaa T. Gelner 260 10.00
f.21 Rose Tlernav In 1.00
623 Joslah Black 175 7.00 I
660 C. F. Scholl 200 8.00
C54 Clara Sheldon 633 21.32 1
655 Marsaret B, Gregory 583 21.32 1
657 Francl She)don 633 21. 32
658 Mar- Saunders 583 21 32
658 Lulu Saunders 584 21.36
664 Ruth Smith 534 CI . 35
673 Mrs II. 0, Kearns 600 20.00
674 F. N. Hess 210 V40
676 Lula Reeves 160 6.00
679 Nan B Short 1900 40.00
CSS Lulu S Wood 285 11.40
695 Mrs J. W Jackson 100 4.00
707 K A Stone 100 4 00
710 E. C. Godfrey lflO 4. 00
711 Joseph Rels 00 2.40
718 Manr W C. Halev ... 60 2 00
I 713 Lulu Saunders 106 4.34
714 Mrs. Marnus Hanson.. 40 160
715 Clara Pierce 20 .80
719 - E. F. McGlnnla 42 1.68
780 W. M Martin 110 4.40
721 Geo. W. Wagner .. 48 1.92
728 Mary P Beach 10 .76
724 Susan G Stokaa 316 12.60
"96 Susan G. Stokea 63 2.62
727 Theo. w Hartman 46 14
728 A. L. Sperrv 50 2 00
729 Ruth Smith 106 4.24
7S0 Chaa H. Carpenter .. 90 3.60
731 George Black 100 4.00
732 Frank Knox 260 1 0 00
754 Matilda J. Perrin .... 100 4.00 1
736 Francis Sheldon 195 4 t
73S Clara Sheldon U-s 4 24
739- Margaret S Gregorv .. 104 4.21
742 Edwin Embick . 10 40 1
! 743 W K Olcott 250 10.00
I 746 Jos. Inkrot Q go
I 746 Wm Schlle . 40 i 60
747 John D Werner 40 l.fiu
I 748 Samuel J. Ncely 20 .80
749- John Speck man 50 2.00
I 750 Clarence J. Tnkrot ... 4i 1.60
i 751 C. B. Osborne 500 20.00
752 C. B. Osborne 500 3D. 00
764 Chaa Allendorf 100 4 00
; 765 -H. I. & H. K. Mlsrs. .1000 40.00 I
I 770 Irene T. Short 2 6 II 44
771 Nan B. Short 296 11 44
, 788 B M. S'choli toon 40 00
779- S. M. Sehol) 1000 40 00
1 789 T H. Henry 590 20 00
815 Lincoln Olive r,o 2.o
, 816 J. S. Brown 0 2.40
NS Bliss I. Geljrev . ... 2 52
859 E. C Morion 240 o.ko
! 867 F. L. K"rn A4 8.86
1 879 Catherine M Tulfie .. 2"0 10.00
; 880 Marv D. Bsundera 106 4.24
sm neiie Preston 60 2.40
I 883 R. M. Scholl 100 4 0 1
1 R4 r N II"? 42 1.63
887 Jas. B. Dewnn .... .:'i .$n
SSR Maude S Prlggs 1526 65.04
889- Maude S. Drlggr 886 11 4"
592 May K. Meis ....... 50 2 00
' S94 Marv Adams 20 .So It
, 596 Geo. P. Muret "900 156.00
949 F N Hess 50a 20. on
And also the following stack in the
said Gold Springs Minimi Power OOm
panv. represented and evidenced by the I
followlns: described stock laaued by Jen
nie Gold Mining company, a Utah cor- I
poratlon faald Jennie Gold Mining com
pany having heretofore consolidated with
said Go'd Springs Mlnlnn fe Poer com
panv upon the basil of share for share .. I
each share of said Jennie Ftock re pre -entlnic
ona share of stock in said Gold
Springs Mlnlnc & Power omranv: I
No. Name. Shares. Ami
378 A. F. Turner 180 J 6.00
442 T. 11. Henry 500 20.00
468 T. W Hartman 200 5.00
466 J. S. Storr 199 4. 00
515 Joslah Block 500 29.00
26--Grant Shaw 400 18.00
73 Mrs. Marnua Hanson . . 200 6.00 H
79 Chas. G. Bushbv 800 00
110 Mrs. H. 0 Kearns ... 210 8 40
112 - Joslah Black 250 10.09
139 Frank Knox 6O00 200 no
868 Melissa Fllson 6.3 2.52
265 Matilda J Terrln .... 500 -jo.no
268 Lizzie Knox 200 .00
276 Edwin Emblck 50 2.00
351 T. W. Hartman 30 I.JO
375 Chas. D. McDonald .. 899 8 on
42Srjoo w. Overhall ....3000 80.00
429 Geo. W. Overhal! . . 2000 so no
492 G. W Overhall 5715 3SS.90
495G. W. Overhall 1010 49,00
And In accordance with law and an or
der of tne loard of directors made on the
16th day of December. 1911. so man jr t
shares of each parcel of stock as may
be necessary wtll be sold at the office
of the company. 407 Dooly block. Salt
Lake City, Utah, on Saturday, the 2rd
day of Fepruarv. 1912. at the hour of
12 o ck.ck noon, to pay dsllnouenl I
asssssmsnl thereon, togi'ther with the
cost of advertising and fxp"" of sale.
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