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.g-. ' , THE SALT LAKTE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 16, 1912. n 'M
MAKE HUSH 1
Securities Carried io
-ligh Level for the
Issues Make Good
r; Americans Strong"
K, March 15. Thore was an
t of bullish enthusiasm In
& market today, which cav
jciirltles to a new high level
stratlon in the first hour was
iprcHstvc by reason of the
activity, somethinp: like
5 changing- hands. Opora
ed far more than the usual
ssues anil reflected greater
more genuine demand. " Bx-:-taklng
followed the initial
other period of comparative
offerings must have been
iiilglng from the slight Im
ce was noteworthy for the
,vn hy some minor special -Ing
stocks held consistently
ally the coppers,
i- of Erie Issues was attend
k of purchases by the Hill
icse rumors were not con-
s made a good showing, the
ted on the generally accept
tlio system again Is becom
n western and southwestern
ics reflected a mixture of
and further profit-talcing.
light with alternate frac
and losses, but net results
bull account In the main,
rains In some of the leaders
iut completely. Total deni
ed .172,001) shares, the larg
cxccptlons. in weeks,
ivcre among the strong fea
,ondon market, with docided
Inn Pacific, which was fol
e. Some concern is being
London, however, at the
perations In shares of th
metal companies. Tn fact,
s slumped abruptly In that
in the day.
firmer, with especially large
ries. Total sales, par value,
:e 2s coupons advanced J
the Panama 3s coupons de
sing Stock List.
I Sales.l H. L. Clae
1 1,100 5J i 47
C3.300 715 728 733
i -. 700 60il 50 59J
igar . j.JOO 57 1 r71 573
1 0.500 151 15 Ul
-.600 ouj fi5 nni
ii ... l.soo 51$ nog soi
& 700 23 2x1 22
: 300 22J 22J 22
tlvo .'. "'s66 378 '37" J?
. , S.200 78 "Gl 77
M 100 10 10-11 1045
RJ" 100 29fi 29 JfiJt
Sr R0f 2,300 122! 121 1211
L T 3,200 14S H7ll473
Eb,PW 100 105 1105 1043
5 ?n ( too 293 293 29
M'n Co 10,700 40J 40 40
9,000 107 100 10R
"f'.cd 200 1035 10311103
tLlnc , COO 13S2 13S 138
L:01.'0 '9,900 105 104 104E
y' 1,100 soj 305 :ioi
,VP -U00 31 30 SOS
M Pacific ... .-.S00 2313 234i 234J
1 Uither ... 2,000 223 22M 22
Werred . ..I 200 SS3 S81 SS
j J t 1375
' V, i 66 'io -6
100 10 19 I 17
Western .. 200 18 J I SI. IS
5rred .. .. 300 35 35 35
AO JVeslorn. . 0 142 1411(141
..f, r..5oo iooi losj'ios
L noo 572 55 1 r.i;
;f? I 700 27 26 26
southern ... too 42 42 42
fi't 2.900 142 111 141
PWUBts .... 600 UJ J 13 113
Hudson . j.qoo 171 169J 170
i,'-: S00 218 21 203
fef? 200 40B 40 40
1.100 303 30 30
it'"; fS.500 3S 36n 37
'.000 47 46 47
h7 ""i 2,000 1673 1652 165
'rf!,PM ... 7.600 131411331 1331
tlHfckl 800 39 I 33 371
HftV I.S0O 134,131 130
JfcHwerrcd''''' -S - ---
mWZL'' lSOO 1172 llBj!il6S
HB fi" SOO 1053 105 18k
1 'iMm gt"Tj SOO 157 1568 1561
MBvs St0 V.666 1393 iso' nss
mt!tTT S00 29 2SX 25
!BfRin,.Vi 10i00 oi m
' 1.400 150 140 1495
jP&'w "'' ' J.joo iisi ii2 112s
' 109 1093 109
JII ."' "' 13ioo P '3'
!JB8V'e, 8-fJJ Jsji 5?a isp
'ii 1 1! 1
Ef'1' ' " H'oO 'l 'J U'9
j;Kfpinc ;;;; J'5j g jjp pi
.'jKfftfl lfi-700 1698 lfiSi j!;Sl
tEKilt SOO 05 9H 9H
BStrM 1321500 67g 66 606
!RSonr,C " -' 3 743
IKPnicr' 'I 1.1"0I6 1C3BUB3
1 f "'' 175j I'"
K; lo duy. 731,200 ahares.
Bfe A'feg A In,' hCH- I7lSc; twins.
JW'-lJMSc. A,ntjr'cas, 17JlSc; long
SPECULATORS WATCH THE
M0VEMENTIN ERIE STOCK
Railroad Said to Be Emerging From Long Period
of Depression; Pool in the Common Shares
By Thomas C. Shotwell.
By International News Sorvice.
N1SW YORK, March 15. After an
other violent advance, led by
JSrle, Amalgamated Copper and
Union Pacific, the. stock market
reacted In the laBt hour today. It
closed quiet and firm, about a point un
der the best figures of the day, Illinois
Central was the only really weak fea
ture and that Issue was sold down throe
points because of reduced earnings that
seem to threaton the dividend. Insiders
say the condition can be only temporary.
Grain weakened and general crop new&
wns Inspiring Business and political af
fairs showed material Improvement over
night. Tho disturbances In organized la
bor are deplored, but not considered im
portant enough to offset the good condi
The Important thing about the market
Just now seems to be tho integrity of
the move in Erie. There can no longer
be any doubt as to the bottorment of
Erie r affairs. It is emerging from Its
long period of unofficial receivership In
fine shape. There may be deals under
way. but tho real foundation of the re
markable strength of the stock probably
is the improved physical condition of the
Pool in Erie.
Bankers do not deny that there Ih a
pool In the common shares, but they say
the specific reason for the pool Is the
important thing and they refime to give
that. Semi-official Information was
HOLDERS OF WHEAT
Rush to Sell in Chicago De
moralizes Market; Corn
and Oats Also Down.
CHICAGO. March IS. Almost panicky
selllnp of wheat today shattered prices.
The result was to explode, at leat in
part, c'nerisod theories of value- based
on estimates purportlnc; to show a world
wide scarcity of material for bread. Quo
tations today wont 0 cents a bushel be
low the hlch level at the bcfjlnnlnc: of the
week and finished at a decline of Xlc
to lJ'SiSc under last nipht. Tn corn there
was a net loss of 33c to 1c and for
oats a decline of Be to Bf?J3c The out
come as to hoe products varied from 5c
off to an advance of 2c.
Wheat bes:an to break at the first tap
of tho boll. The buying of cargoes to
come back to Chicago from lake points,
the Door cash demand and the unusually
ajiiple snow covering in the winter crop
I states all tended to frighten holdors and
1o put more stamina into the bears than
had been the case for months. Con
tinued heavy receipts In the northwest
warned speculators of a big load to be
carried In May.
"What scared wheal owners most ap
peared to be I he strong probability that
hundreds of thousands of busYioIs taken
from Chicago to Buffalo last summer
for storage might be sent back here for
delivery on May contracts. Demoraliza
tion in the wheat pit came dangerously
above the low point of the session. Bo
(weeji tho openlnc and the close May
ranged from S1.00R to SI. 03. with last
transactions steady at S1.0151.01. a. net
loss of llci??2c
Despite stormy weather, weakness
spread to the corn crowd. May fluctuated
from 69Jc to 712c ajid closed firm but lc
dawn at 703c. Cash grades were weak.
No. 2 yellow was nuotcd at OSiJjfOSic for
The break in other grain pulled down
t'ne market Upner and lower levels
reached for May were 533c and 521c
with the close EtfPSc off at 52352c.
Selling by packers weakened hog nrod
uctF. At tlm end of the day prices aver
aged 21c decline.
RANGE OF THE TRADING FUTURES.
"Wheat Open. High- Low. Close.
May 103 1.03 1 .006 1.01
July 99i 991 97 972
Sept 96 9fii 95i 95
May 71? 71? 691 70jJ
July 72 72 70i 111
Sept 72 72 703 71
Mny 53fc 533 521 525
July 50 50 19 H
Sept , 123 42! 12 421
' CASH QUOTATIONS.
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
easy, aboul 10c lower; rye. No. 2, 91(5792c;
bar'luy, feed or mixing, 7095c; fair to
choice malting. $1.16f0il,.!O; timothy seed,
$113J'14.50; clover seed. ?16fi'22: mess
pork. 515.75; lard In tierces, ?0.25; short
ribs, loose, 5S.70.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were equal to 346.000 bushels. Exports
for the week, as shown by B-adstreet's,
were, equal to 2.033.000 bushels. Primary
receipts were 3S5.000 bushels, compared
with 363.000 bushels the corresponding
flav a year ago. Estimated receipts for
tomorrow: Whoat, 16 cars; corn, 16S
cars; oats, 70 cars; hogs. 16,000 head.
New York Produce.
SEW YORK. March 15. Flour qtilot
and easier with wln'.-tt; spring patents.
$5.256.50: winter straights, $1.2565)4. 10:
winter patents, $4.50(?7'I.SO; spring clears.
S4.25ffP 4.50; extra. No. L winter, J3.7o!G'3.S5;
extra' No 2 winter, ?3..r5(g:i.t;ft ; Kansas
straights. S-U0Q)4.S0; receipts, 32,299;
Wheat Spot weak; No. 2 red, J1-0H
elevator, export basis, and SI. 05 f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 northern Dulutii, $1.17 f. o.
b. afloat. Futures market, was weak and
lower tinder heavy liquidation prompted
by conditions in the west, where the
rash position showed weaknosa and on
the prospects of heavy world's exports,
closing lSUc net lower. Export saleB
were 12 loadH for Manitoba; May closed
$1,061-10: JlV. n.03g. Receipts, 90,000;
Hops easy; state common to choice,
Wool quiet, , - ,
Raw sugar steady; muscovado. 89 (est.
4 0"r; centrifugal. 96 test. 4.52c; molasses.
89 "lost, 3.77c; refined quint.
Coffee Futures Steady.
NEW VORIC, March 15. Coffee fuliiroa
closed steady, not unchanged to 8 points
hlchpr Sales. 59.500 bags; March, 13.JCc;
April? KU9 .:; Mai'. 13-Si Juno. 13.417c;
Jiilv. J3.52c; August, ,lJ.nc; September,
IH.GHo; October, 13.60c; November. 13.t8o;
December, 13.58c: January, 13.49c, Fubru-
"r&ot3 coffee steady; Rio No. 7 , UlHiv:
Santos No. 1. loc. Mild coffee qulot;
Cordova. lOtfrlSc, nominal
Flax, Oats and Ryo.
MINNEAPOLIS, March 15. Flax closed
at S2 01,
Barley. 70c4i'51 2a.
Corn, No. 3 yc'low, i'"'"'
Oats. No. 3 white. SHfro2c.
Rvn, No. 2. SSff'SOi:
f,ihc!m,nff t0f,ay t0 11,0 effoc(- m
ttm ai,t,.?Ia, are maturing In regard to
fc.rle. although they do not include any
part cuhir deal or the immediate pay
ment of dividends. Earnings arc to be
P. uJba?k Into o property for sevoral
i.f( c Ju.ut 118 iltlrrlman put them back
Into Southern Pacific while It rose from
40 to par. This information was eager
lj selzod by the stock market and' Erie
rose nearly two points in less than an
hour to 3S. which is tho highest price
since last. July, Tho remarkable feature-
of tho rise was that it caused no
quidation. The street Is beginning to be
hove that thcro Is really something more
in brie and the general market than
mere pool operations.
Strength of Copper.
Tho action of Amalgamated Coppeu
was evidence of extreme confidence on
tho part of the copper people. The ne
cessities of tho railroads, are such Lhat
early purchases must be mado and tho
low prices of material will induco the
roads to buy hcavllj-. They run no risk
of loss In doing so. for there Is a short
age a ready of equipment and tho crop
outlook Is surprisingly good lSxpcrts
who have been making preliminary In
vestigations find that tho Increase of
acreage of all crops planned for this sea
son Is a record breaker.
Repudiation by name of Theodore
Roosevelt by the Union Leaguo club in
fYu1 1rkA. fa.llur of the Jury to agree.
In the bathtub trust case and further
evidence of peace In" tho American coal
fields wero viewed with satisfaction.
vHICAG0' March 15 Cattle Receipts.
2000; market steady; beeves, $5.008.S0;
Texas steers, 34 60$)6.00: western steers,
Jo.00tfpE.00; stockers and fcedors, $4.10
G.00: cows and heifers, ?2.306.65; calves,
Hogs Receipts, 20,000; market dull to
10c higher; light. $6.70(f7i6.95; mixed. S6.70
7.00; heavy, 36.707.00; rough. $6.70fx)
6.S0; mixed, SG.707.00; heavy, $G.70
Sheep Receipts. 5000; market strong
to shade higher: native. $3.705.60;
western. $4.255.G0; yearlings, $4.00
G.40; lambs, native, S5.257.50; western",
KANSAS CITY, Mo., March 15. Cat
tle Receipts. GOO, no southerns: market
steady; native steers, $ir.O0)S.40; south
ern steers, $5.807.35: southern cows and
heifers, $3'50tfS5.75; native cows and heif
ers. $3.100'7.00; stockers and feeders.
54.25'(7)0.25; bulls, 54 005.50; calves, ?4.00
)8.00; western steers, $5.75tf3S.50; west
ern cows. $3.5O05.75.
Hogs Receipts, 2000; market 5c to 10c
higher: hulk of sales. $6.GO0C.S5; heavy,
36.S0d.90; packers and butchers. $6.G5J2
6.90; lights, $6.5O6S0: pigs, $5.005.7i)
Sheep Receipts, 2000; market 10c
higher; muttons, 53.755.50; lambs, J5.75
(3)7.15: fed wethers and yearlings, $4.50
6.15; fed ewes, $3.005.25.
OMAHA. Neb.. March 15. Cattle Re
ceipts estimated at 100; market, strong.
Native steers, $5.607.S0; cows and heif
ers, $3.50(5)6.30: western steers, 4(fi)G.50'
Texas steers. S3.S05.40; range cows and
.heifers. $3.25(g)5.10: canners. $2.S5(ff3.S5;
stockers and feeders. 53.50(5)0.50: calves.
54'fIS: bulls, slags, etc., $i5.G0.
Hogs Receipts estimated at 1000: mar.
kct, 5c to 10c higher. Ileaxy, fi.60tf7G.70;
mixed, $6.45tfi)6.55; light, $G.30(?T'G.60; nigs
$5(?ji0.25; bulk of sales. $6.40(0.60.
Sheep Receipts estimated at 7000;
market.. steady to 10c higher. Yearlings.
S5.50(6.10; wethers. $5S'5.G0; ewes, 51 25
So; lambs, $0.25".
Now York Bonds.
V S rcf 2s reg.-lOOUK C So 1st 3s... 73A
do coup 10021. S deb 4s 1931. 93
do 3s rng 1021 L & N un 4s ... 98?
do coup 1021 M, K & T 1st Js 95J
do is reg 1 133 Mo Pac 4s 74
do coup 1J33N Y C gen 31s.. S7IJ
A Choi 1st 5s... 63 do deb 4s 931
AT&T cv Is. .11510 S I. rfg 4s . . . 9 U
Am Tob 4s 95 IS LA S F fg Is. SO
do 6s l20RSo Pac col Is. .. 91?
Armour & Co 4 s 92 do cv Is 96
Atch gen is 99 d0 1st rcf 4s.. 95
B & O la 93 Un Pnc 4s ...100R
do 31s 921 do cv Is 102:1
Cent Iveath os .. 951 do 1st & rf 4s 97
C & O lis 101 U S Steel 2d 5s.. 103
C, B & .it 4s... 07 Wabash 1st 5s.. 107
do gen 4s .... 952 do 1st & ex Is 57
D & R G 4s S93Mo Par rv 5s 87
do ref 5s SS? Panama 3s 1015
111 Cent 1st r Is. 95i
NEW YORK, March 15 Evaporated
apples quiet, but prices steady In sym
pathy with market up state. On spot
fancy quoted 010c. choice, S$?'S"c;
Prunes quiet, with prices baroly steady
under more pressure to sell: quotations
range from 48c to 12c for Cnllfornlas up
lo 30-iOs. and Sh&V'c for Orogons.
Apricots quiet and featureless: cholco,
143'Z'15r, extra, choice. 15Jf716c; fancy,
Poaches steady with a quiet trade;
choice, 10(fj103c; extra choice, llifflUc;
ftalslns dull, with prices easy for some
grades; looso muscatels arc quoted at S
63c; cholco to fancy seodod. CsSfM'lc: seed
less, 5!f?7c; London layers, Sl.iOfftU. 15.
St. Louis Wool.
ST. .LOUIS, March 15. Wool steady;
medium grades, combing nnd clothing.
2021 c; light. 15fin0c; heavy fin. 12Cc
15c; tub washnd, 27(rj)30c.
NEW YORK, March 15. Cotton closed
barely steady, net one point higher to
three points lower.
New York Money.
NEW YORK. March 15. Close:
Monev on call steady 2(?(21 per cent;
ruling rate 23 per cent; closing bid 2R;
offered at 2 per conl.
Timo loans firm, sixty days 3fti3 and
ninety days 3&'31; six months 3J33.
Prime mercantile paper 4 to 1 por
Sterling exchange steady, with actual
business In bankers1 bills at $4.84.25 for
sixty day bills and at 54. 87.25 for de
mand, Commercial bills, 51.S31.
Bar silver. GSBc. .
Mexican dollars, 47c.
Government bonds Irregular.
Rullroad bonds firmer.
C. A. Glossnor, 24 Ontario St, Koch-1
ester, N. Y., has recovered from a Iohr!
and severe attack of kidnoy trouble, his '
euro being duo to Foley Kidjioy Pills. -Aftor
detailing his case, ho snj-o: "I
am only gorry T did not learn sooner of
Foley Kidney Pills. In a few days'
time my backacho completely loft mo
and I felt crreutly improved. My kid
neys became stronger, dizzy spoils left
mo and I wan no longer annoyed at
night. I feel 00 per eont bettor sinco
using Foley Kidney Pills." Schramni
Johnson, drugs, "Tho ncvor-aubsti-tutors."
Five good stores,
Van Camp Pork and Boana now 10c.
STEADY lEW W
Electrolytic Now Selling on
Even Terms With Lake;
No Change in Lead.
i PJIectro copper $14.50(3)14.75 4
4- Lend $4.00ti4.10
Bar silver 583c 4-
-- Silver In london 26d -J
NtTW YORK, March 15. Standard cop
per steady: spot, March and April. 14.221
14.37, May. Juno and July. 514.25
14.40. London auiel; spot, 65 Is 3d;
futures, 65 15s. Arrivals reported at
Now York today were 445 tons. Custom
house returns show exports of 11,690 tons
so far this month. Lake copper, SU.SO
11.75; electrolytic. S14.50ll.75; casting.
Tin steady: spot. $12,42if)42.55: March.
$42.3742.55; April. $42.00342.25: May.
$41.7051)42.00: June. S41.17iff4l.621: July,
$41.1042 50. London quiet; spot. 191
15s; futures, 1S8 6s.
Lead quiet, $4.00ig4-10. London, 16
Spelter easy; S6.90O7.10;. London.
Antimony quiot; Cookson's $7.25.
Iron Cleveland warrants. Cls 6d in
London. Locally iron was firm. No. 1
foundry northern. $15.00(9)15.50: No. 2.
S14.50fi 15.00: No. 1 southern and No. 1
southern soft. ?L5.OO015.5O.
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE.
Business Activity Widening; Optimistic
NEW YORK. March 15. R. G. Dun .t
Co.'s Weekly Review of Trade will jay
Business activity is undoubtcdlv wid
ening, whilo buslnoss sentiment, alike In
Industrial, mercantile and financial cir
cles. Is becoming distinctly more op
timistic. This betterment is voiced In
the reports from , all leading cities.
The best exhibit is made bv tho drv
goods and iron and steel trades, and
these trades are so fundamental to gen
eral business and prosperity that their
marked Improvement is especially sig
nificant. Large purchases of pig iron,
stimulating to all branchos of tho Indus
try nnd causing a strengthening of prices,
is the chief development In that trade.
In dry goods there is an active demand
Notable sales of print-cloths have been
made and all cotton goods aro a'ctlvo,
with advances In prices In certain lines.
Leather is advancing and hides are
strong. Tho shoo trade is experiencing
fairly normal conditions and in some
cities an increaso in orders Is noted, al
though In. Now England tho factories are
beginning to slow.
The copper market has been unfavor
ably affected by the statistics, showing
a large Increase in production in Feb
ruary, and also by the British coal strike
which, if long continued, might diminish
tho foreign demand.
The absence of speculation Is a char
acteristic feature of business in all
branches, and this is coupled with such
economics and efficiencies in administra
tion as will enable business to be con
ducted profitably on narrower margins
Gradual, Steady Improvement In Trade
the General Expectation.
NEW YORK, March 15. Bradstreefs
will say tomorrow.
Trade reporls refVcl dual character
istics limited retail trade and road sales
because of Inclement weather over a
wide area, but liberal wholesale and
jobbing business in the leading centers,
'Stocks aro light, hence constant pur
chasing Is necessary. Gradual, steady
improvement, rather than any heavy
rush. Is expected until after the presi
dential conventions In June.
As regards Immediate dovulopmcnts,
the dry goods markets hold Ihe coign of
vantage. Demand has been more activ;,
prices nre firmer, deliveries of goods aro
slow and fall orders are coming in more
Other lines displaying activity are coal,
coke, pig iron, farm implements, seeds,
staple groceries, paints, hardware, build
ers" mnterlal in general and lumber, de
mand for which hitherto has been back
ward, while there Is more doing In ma
chinery, und business with manufacturers
of automobiles and accessories therefore
Business failures In the United States
for the week ended March 14 were 241,
against 27 last week, 251 in tho like
week of 1911. 20S in 1910. 224 In 1909 and
303 In 1 90S.
Business failures in Canada for the
week number 25, which compares with
41 last week and 27 for the correspond
ing week last ycm
Wheat. Including flour, export from
the I'nlted States and Canada for the
week ended March 14. aggregate 2,332,
056 bushels, against I.S99.227 last week
and I ,$85,478 tills week last year.
Corn exports for the week aro S3-1.-400
bushels, against 2.217.363 last week
and 1,953.351 In 1911
NEW VORIC. March 15. -Bradstrepts
bank clearings report for tho week ending
Marcli 15 shows an aggregate of S3.101.-
695.000. as against $3,572,190,000 last week,
and $3,079,769,000 In the corresponding
week last year.
The following l a partial list of the
New York 51,769,646,000 2.6
Chicago 2US.677.000 S.l
Uostoii 159.650,000 1 2
Philadelphia .. .. 151,320,000 9.1
St. Louis 77.213.000 .... 3 1
Kansas Cily 19,202,000 A -.
Pittsburg 14,776.000 .... 7.2
San Kranclsco .. 19.419,000 9.1 .. .
Baltimore 35.381,000 10.8 ....
Cincinnati 24.015,000 1.9 ....
Minneapolis .. 20,170.000 7.H
New Orleans .... 20, 19S.000 13.0
Cleveland IS. 445.000 1
Detroit JO. 604, 000 S.9
Los Angeles .. 21,069.000 IS. 7 ....
Omaha . ... 17.50S.000 2.2
Mllwnukec 11.136,000 S.l
Louisville 14.671.000 3.7 ....
Portland, Ore ... 11.358.000 1.5 ...
Seattle 14,357. 000 23-2
St rnul 10,392,000 3.4
DimiVhi' 8,707,000 6.7
St. Joseph 9.370,000 5.6
SALT LAKE ... 7,427,000 30.7
Ft. Worth r.,5S3,000 3.3
Spokane. Wash.. 4,175.000 3.1
Tacoma 4.556.000 11.1
Des Moines 5.4GS.O00 19.2
Duluth 2,525.000 17.9
Oakland. Cul ... 3.64S.000 4:4 ...
Wichita 3.013.000 2,1 ....
Sioux City 3.268.000 I.J ....
Ogden, Utah .. 612.000 50. 0 ....
Boston Wool Market
BOSTON, March 15. T4n Commercial
Bulletin will say of the wool market to
morrow; Tho Boston wool market has p.-sfd
through an Inactive week, only moderate
sizes ruling in the transactions, which
Involved a little of domestic and a Jit tie
of foreign wool. Prices were steady and
In the western field there has been
some contracting during the. week, but
It has been rather scattered antl prices
have been on about, previous levels. The
foreign ninrkets ruled uniformly firm, and
tended upward, particularly nt the Liv
EXCTJP.SION" TO LOS A27GELES,
Account, jjimd Show. Tickets on sale
March 17th only. Utah Day. March
19th. $40.00 round trip. Ticket office,
, 160 Ataiu stroot.
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Facts About Butter
OUR AIM--T0 prove that "GOLD NUGGET" butter is
plus some things and minus others when compared with other
Nelson & Ricks Co.
8 Not in any butter trust.
OREGON SHORT LINE TIME CARD.
EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 3, 1911.
Depart. Dally. Arrive.
ORden. Malad. Denver. Omaha. Kannas C'lfn A TvT
71 fl A TVr clty Chicago and intermedltae points be-
yond Ogden. (San Francisco also aniv-
Ing ) 10'10 P M
fi'fin A 1T ORden, Logan. Pocatello. Boise. Marys- -
o.uu JA., Xix . . vllIo intermediate Montpeller. Going
10:00 A. M. . Ogden ajid Intermediate points. 7:05 P.M.
11:40 A. M. . 0verIand KSg. jL K,hsa- chlca. . 3:20 P. M.
11:55 A. M. . L03 BeleDeTrHVLoui5.5U Chlcaso . 4:45 P. M.
1 'fl "P TW Overland LImltod Ogdon. Rono. Sacra- O'OFi "P TVT
J..UO JT. 1VI. . mento. San Francisco. "VO X". J.TA,
2:45 P. M. . Ogden. Boise. Portland. Butte. . . 4:50 P. M.
2:45 P. M. . Ogden. San Francisco. . . 7 '.05 P. M.
4. 'IF) P TVT Or;d en. Brlgham, Cache Valley. Malad arjd 1 1 3JS A TVT
.XO JT. 1YA. . Intermediate. AA 'ou " ATA"
Ogden, Denver, Omaha, Chicago (Park .
5:20 P. M cty. Green River and West only Re-. .12:40 P. M.
6:00 P. M. . Motor Flyei" Ogden and Intermediate. . . 9:35 A: M.
n4K P TVT Ogden. Boise. Portland. Butte City and lO'Sf) A M
,iO JT, 1VA. . San Francsco (Going). . lu.OU a. 1TX.
City Ticket Office, Hotel Utah. Phones 250
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LOWER MAMMOTH MINING, CO. j'H
Principal placo of business, room SIS fi' '
DooK' block. Salt Lake City, Utah. No- l iHI
tlco Is hereby clven that at a mooting of I 1HJ
the directors held on the 8th day of if HH
February, 191. an assessment of 1 cent :.H
per share, belntr assessment No. 29, wiu ' ,HH
levied on the capital stock of the corpora- ;JHfl
tlon, payable Immediately to A. Reeves. 3 HI
secretary of the company, at his office. j (HI
515 Dooly block. Salt Lake City. Utah.
Any stock upon which this assessment r
may remain unpaid on Saturaay, March fiVH
1G 1012. will bo delinquent and advertised if i'HH
for sale at public Ruction; and, unless BhHH
payment Is made before will be sold on e'
the 3d day of April. 1012. at 2 o'clook U iHH
p. m. of said day. to pay tho delinquent i&lfHH
assessment, together with the tfost of ad- F;HH
vcrtlslnc and oxpenso of sale. iflHH
A. REEVES, Secretary. W HH
C15 Uoolv block. Salt Lako City, TTt&h. t'HH
First publication February 10. 1912. il JHH
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