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, "" THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, APRIL 12, 1912. 11 H
' ; IE WLIGTIIG
iflr York Central and Read
j Decidedly Strong-, While
' Some Others Decline.
V JPPERS VERY STRONG
i ;3r Pressure on Steel ; Wall
J Street Dull in the Early
i i Afternoon.
, ,j jrflr YORK, April 11 Price move
, & were somewhat conflicting In to
. I itock markeL Reading and N'ew
I Central wer dccldely strong, with
i greater gains, though less activity
, ti Canadian group, while Atchison,
I pinl & New Haven manifested d
tendencies. , i imidlan Pacific rose over five points
, . , I following Its advance of three
I In London, whero most Amcrl
f i wptaxed to bo In demand. Erics
i itron? abroad and hore following
tleroent of a leading official of a
which gave some countenance to
in of a traffic alliance with Ca-
)U Pacific New Haven's heaviness
ticribed to a message of the gover
y r Jlassachusctts, which ' advocated
fi of the road and Boston & Maine.
S steldlary, through the medium of a
le lervlco board.
a ci Ulond and some of the south
w tm railway shares took part in tlto
&ut their activity was regurded as
grre designed to cover liquidation else
w- the industrial division, the weak
l was Colorado Fuel, American
w ' American Linseed common and
rnd. Union Bag &. Paper. Amerl-
"Beet Sugar and Quicksilver Mln-
J Wvandng from 1 to 4 points.
t coppers became prominent later,
t new high record for Chlno.
' States Steel moved within iv Onc
t.rlnge, Its course denoting bear
e market became dull in the early
toon, but in the last hour there
l renewal of activity to the accom
nt of marked declines.
J money touched i per cent again
rtbut demand was light. Time rates
practically unchanged, with some
ut on the offeringB of commercial
ids were Irregular with a declin
ed. Total sales, pnr value, S2.G82,-
Sta s bonds wore unchanged
ij Closing Stock List.
)r t I Sales.l II. L. Clso
'Chalmers pfd.. 200 5 fi -JJ
a Icra Copper 51,000 S2g Si Slg
B nun Agrlcul 60
Ian Beet Sug.. 3,300 6H (53 02
ton Con 40,000 28B 201 283
WnC&Fdy.. 2.400 60? 608 C0J
- lean Cot Oil .. 300 oij 53? 53a ,
)licin H &. Ij pfd 200 243 241 24J
rjcan Ice Sccur. 300 24 23 23ft
lean Linseed .. GOO 15 138 143
J . fen Locomo .. 3,000 432 M -13 ,
riean S & Ref... 10,200 S7 S52 85?
averred . 100 1073 1072 107
Iy ... 1,300 35J 21 25 !
Mlef 700 123 1281 12S ,
T 1,200 14G 1-156 1452
pfd ; .. .... .... I05J !
in : 2Si ,
Co .. '3.600 43 A 42i 422 '
.. ... 15,600 1001 10Si 10B2
100 103? 1033 1031 .
Lino. 1,100 142 1411 14U :
hlo. .. 2,800 10S4 107S 1071 :
1 ... 000 3G2 353 3GJ :
nslt.. '3(50 S4J S3R S38
; 22,000 2513 240J 2505 ,
.... 400 26 25 255
400 921 02 93
mcv . 200 3G3 3G5 365
Ohio. S.200 818 S08 805
LSternl 400 19i 19 19i
200 3S 38 371
200 1442 144 144
il .. 6,400 lllg 1101 110J
n. .. 19,900 33 30, 301
s .. 1,100 1451 1441 144J
.... 500 15 145 153
idson. 700 172 1711 1711
3rand 100 235 235 23R
800 33il 32 325 ,
7G.000 39. 3SH 3S8
12,300 Tul 56? 57
2.300 4S 47 47
? 1,000 171 1705 1705
1 .... 8,300 1353 134 J 135
2,700 41 40 401
.... 400 131 131. 130R
1,600 20K 20 203
1,900 Gift 608 60!
600 117 lln? 1153
il ... 8001 245 241 .24
apor 300 13 131 13
ilinp 100 32 31 31
... I 12?
thorn. 200 2S 28 28
""i(')6 107' lot' 10G2
ishv. . 2,100 lemeoi 160
3 M. . 2,700 1425 1 11 1421
1001 304 305 30S
200 651 651 64H
: .... 19,100 453 135 4 II
t .... 300149 140 !14S2
... 3,800! 592 S82I 585
id pfdl 9001 2!S 291 293
ral .. 15.000'ilol 1UI 114J
tern.. 10.001 411 401
stern :!,noo!U3i! 113 li:J
i ....1 2oo; siat su si
" " iobiii'iii i25i25
,ouls I....! ... HiflJ
400! 21 201 20
Car... 200l 3 36 351
i Car. 300;1G1 llGOR'lGOJ
Spring 200l 34! 3111 34
1.000 211 2.13 235
1.000 79 78 78
o.'iOOi 30 "9J '9'
2.300' 5R1 57 57i
pfd.. 2,500! 435 42 12?
on.... 101)1 47! 471 17
He ... 6.500 1 14ni3?lim
ay .. G.3WV 31 f 301' 301
100' 751! 7-Ul 742
400! 421 4li' 4U I
i- . . . 000! 25 I 25 I 25 I
tem I.... J.... 11 '
' 1 '. . '. I 3l' ifiol i74I( 173' 1 73t
2001 911 9011 91
H'-nlty 2001 78ft' 783 78
Rub. . 5.1001 57 5tUl 56? I
8leol. 150.S0O! 724! 701 71
C00113 !112? 1123
S.fiOOl 04 I 03 631
Chem. 700 53?,i 53 53
::,iooi in: SB si
... . 2,300! 225' 212 211
land .. 300! 621 62 615
rla . . 5001 7G&! 76 76
II .... 1.6001 S3 S3 .S'--?
Erlfc .. 7J:
T.OOO1 30 I "Rf 2'Hl
5.000! lOel 192 192
1C,..J 900121)5 1263512645 ,
rOr the ilav, S78.200 alia res.
tflfc jycn Futures Step.f'y.
o?,J!.K' April 11. Coffee futures
'm AivJm ft.1 a ct advance of 2i'7
kJuiv i.1?"571': nv. 13.05c. June,
af, K, lV;,14-0; August, l l.osc; 3ep
9 ? Otohor, ll OSc. Xovem
lO fBWnwr'nor. 14 Ole; January
St.JWitfc:. 13.St ! Marph. 13.99c.
PROSPERITY IS CERTAIN 1
Wall Street Dislikes Roosevelt but Does Not Fear
Him ; Stock Market Shows Signs
. Thomas C. Shotwell.
iy international Xews Servloe.
N-1CW YORK, April I1.-Several nnw
high lecords appeared todav In
Wall street's mo.ae cf a?sur
ance to those timid ones v.-lio lm
tn illl.mfJ"1 nl Roosevelt's victory
fmnoJtn !!. Roosevelt, but nobody of
importaniv! Imnprines thut even his elec-
ha m,o,n.C: ,;C"Iil-,IlCV v''oulfl worV
II- tim ? iuy Ul.rtl the waVft of nrosner
har VJrovilntt' Tllls filock market
nrinnte- Vc .n ?Hn1 ""'"nentnl
Kooseelt the comnllmcnt of bellevlnc
he also recognizes the slpn of rotuni
n,iosocrity an(J anxious to bQ p -es -
ne" , order that he may claim credit
ror the revival of buslnnss.
divmi,1nrthi renso? tor strencth in to
men? Vhrf.HS, wa,? "?c official announce
vom., Viat tne nood 111 lo .Mississippi
valley lias passed the worst sta.. 'I'lie
m?rdnJ?aa d0ilc1,lts m,thlv work of fer-
nS"n ;Wihat tllc. 'cultural reclons
J?rMdJ?ow 8 oerlod of sunshine. The
critical period has arrived for the crops:
Corn Instead of Wheat.
tv l5 IC Ulk of ,ar;rc ahundonment of
flAier hen.t ncreaK becHuae of the
floods. Last year fully as prcat an
Snlu'? waif, ab,1"loned because of the
d.Io2chm lh? ,lb"doned aeruauc this
t Mi ,,"ducc a srrcat crop of corn.
L-ast year it produced almost nothing.
Other l-eassurinpr development of the
day were an advance In the prices of
. v.sheet?,' ""pflclal announcement
that the anthracite operator would kIvp
tne miners an advanco of wares, thus
maklnp a strike Impossible, and the -is-suranco
from both railroads and loco
motive engineers privately that there will
be no striko of locomotive cnnlneors.
The strike vote Is a matter of form
DROP IN SUGAR RECORDED;
Hay and Grain, as Well as Many Dairy Products,
Also Are Increasing in Price;
New Vegetables In.
A DROP of 15 cents a hundredweight
In the price of sugar was the
feature of the local market yes
terday. Utah beet ouur
Is now retailing for $6.35
a hundredweight and cane sugar
for ?0.55 a hundredweight. No reason for
the decrease In price Is offcrod by local
dealers, who say that tho matter Is gov
erned In Now York.
There was a general Increase In the
prices for hay arid grain, find also in
the price of poultry and the promised
drop In the price "of dairy products did not
materlalze. There were some new vege
tables and frult3 on the market. Prices
of the most of these are high, but not
Among the new articles on the market
vestcrday were new potatoes, strawber
ries, fresh tomatoes, sweet potatoes and
Itfoapa asparagus. Mammoth black twis
apples that were grown In tho neigh
borhood of Corlnne. Utah, were selling
for $2.50 a box, retail.
Local dealers quote tho following prices:
Butter, creamery $ .35 J .40
Butter, ranch 30
Fresh eggs, per case $6.00 ?
Fresh eggs, por doz -
Utah, per lb. ....$ -20
Swiss (Imported), per lb.. -3 .50
SwIh.m (domestic), per lb.. .21 ..-
Now York ci-onir. per lb... !
Roquefort, per lb .R0 .60
Camembert. dozen -0'
LImbcrger, per lb -23 .40
Bismarck, brlvk 4 '30
Milk paid Cream.
ii-rcPh milk, gallon 25030 .081
Over counter io
Hables' special -W. "
Fresh cream -
Whipping cream ...... if ou
Barracuda, per lb S .11 5 -1
Black bnBS, per lb..........
Catfish, per lb
Carp, per lb.. go .uo
Codfish, per lb
Crabs, each '
Flounders, per lb....... f
KlnRflsh. per lb " -Jg
Halibut, per lb. " J2,
Herring, per lb "j nl)"
Prawns, per lb ;jR
Perch, per lb.... 15
Rock cod. per lb... 11 ,0.
Fresh palmon, per lb '
Silver smclta, pcr-lb i
Sea nass. per lo i
Lobsters, per lb 20
Shad, per lb '20
amclla (Cal.). per lb " ;15
Soles, per lb.... 'm 15
Brook trout, each 15
Tom cod. per lb ,,x 25
Fhesh shrimps, per lb 20
Sturguon. per lh".;' 19 .25
Salmon trout, per lb so
55(rlped bass, nor lb os
Mullet, per lb 05
Carp, per lb 5 ti0
Mountain trout, per. lb nj
Fresli mackerel ,15
Red snapper 15 .20
Dn'sHod hens, per lb. KrfJ.Q A'i"
Spring chlcUj'n. D
i;,.t. t.K'r !' 03,3,. ,27(ir.29
Turkeys, pnr U " '
-."1.1., lei U n5
Brolllors, per b.
DrH!.ed beef. P"' ; '. ! 1013
'Dressed vr.al. P'r poind .' -(f79
' RETAIL PP.lCEh is
Short cut. Per pound '.'........IS
Round, per ponnt 121
f'huck. nor pound i2i
Pot roast per pound i7J3'20
p?lmo rib. Per P?"d ; :: f.-iD
tump, per po un. 'm'f::'.: 71 2
Hod 1 ng. p" ' . -3
Soun bones, per pou 20
Fork fhops. per pound. .......
n-r pound : .12
.ouldr roant. per pound jsj
?ln5n rft chop?". Pef pound 0
Stew. Per pona' : 20
q.i?t pork, per pound 2202S
and 1h taken for the sole purpose of vest
inir the locomotive committeemen with
full authority to adjust differences.
the frank admission by DanlH G. T.eld
I hat he believes business Ik definitely on
the mend had much to do with senti
ment In the street. Hold's sincerity was '
proved by the strength of securities that
arc uniler control of a group of bank
ers with which he Is closelv Iden tilled.
; brie. .V;w Yoik ffntrai. Roadlng. Ameri
can Can and I'nited Stntes Rubber were
flvo of thest; storks that made new high
Canadian Pacific's Rise.'
Canadian Paclllo was tho star per
former, with an advnnce of more than
live points to the highest price on rec
ord. The new high records In Canadian
Pacific ore graceful little thank offer
ings to the American congress for Its
Plan of making It Illegal for American
steamships to use tho Panama canal,
thus leaving the canal as an Investment
made by the United States for the bene
tit of Canadn. The bill proposed at
Washington forbidding use of the canal
by steamships owned by railroad com
panies Is such a vicious measure that
one might almost believe a lobby of
Canadian railroads was responsible for
It. If there arc any American citizens
in congress this measure will be killed.
Quicksilver, which Is an old favorite
with the antiquarians, also made a new
high record at 7i. Developments In the
company nro rumored.
Copper stocks displeased the street
with their action and London sent ovi-r
liberal advices to sell them all. No mat
ter how much those- copper stocks may
react thev are just as certain to go
materially higher than they are now as
they were to collapse five years ago after
the crazy manipulation of which readers
of this column were warned In time to
, . Wholesale. Retail
Apples, California, per lb... .05 .08 1-3
Apples, Utah, per lb 05
Cranberries, quart 15
Grapefruit, each 1530
Grapes, per pound 25
. Strawberries, per cup 25
Lemons, per dozen SoiSMO
Oranges, per dozen 20000
Pineapples, each ...4015)60
Tangerines, dozen 10. 25
Plnenuts, per pound 40
Alligator pears, each 60
Ham, per lb., center cuts 30
Ham, per lb., first cuts. 25
Bacon, slab, per lb .28
Bacon, fancy, per lb., sliced ,35
Cane, per cwt 55.45 $6.55
Beet, per cwt 6,25 t. 35
Cane, 11 to 13 pounds 1.10
Beet. 13 to 15 pounds ., 1.10
Hay and Grain.
. ,, x Wholofalr. Retail.
Alfalfa, per ton $16.00 ? ....
Timothy, per ton 18.00 ....
Alfalfa, per cwt .no
Timothy, per cwt 1.00
Bran, per cwt 1.30 1.45
Barley (rolled), per cwt.... 2. no 2.15
Com. per cwt i.nn 2. 05
Cracked corn, per cwt 1.95 2.00
Cornmcal. per cwt 2.65 3.00
Oat.s, per cwt 2.20 2.40
Shorts, per cwt 1.45 1.60
Wheat, por cwt 1.70 J .55
High patent. Utah, cwt , .$2. 15 02.30
Straight grade. Utah. cwt.... 2.002.13
Bakers No. 1. cwt 1.902.05
High patent. Utah, cwt $2 30(ffi2.55
Straight grade. Utah, cwt 2.05fi2.30
Bakers No. 1, cwt 2.002.15
Bell peppers, por pound 50
Carrots, per pound 03
Horseradish, per pound 25
Lettuce, per head 2 for .16
Onions, per pound 03
Potatoes, per peck 45
Parsley, pur bunch 05
Radishes, per bunch 05
Spinach, per pound .07i
Green onions, per bunch 2 for .05
Moapa asparagus, per pound 15
Artichokes 1 2 j
Rhubarb, pound 10
Grcon peas, pound ,15
Cauliflower, pound , 15
Oyster plant. 3 bunches for ,. .10
Cucumbers, each , an
Turnips, new, per bunch... 10
Carrots, new, per bunch 10
Beets, new. per hunch 10
Now potatoes, por pound., 12J
Sweet potatoes, per pound ...... .10
Fresh tomatoes, per pound .20
CHICAGO, April 11. Butter Steady;
creameries, 29if32c; dairies, 24g'2Sc.
Eggs Easier; receipts. 1P.P60 cases; at
mark, cases Included. ISiiPlSlc: ordinary
firsts, ISifplSic: firsts, 19c.
Cheese Steady; daisies. lSilGc:
twins. loJifiWOJc; Young Americas, 15fiJ
16c; long horns. lOKgiilc.
New York Produce.
NEW YORK. April 11 Flour firmly
held, with demand fair: spring patents,
$5.n5$?5.6U; winter straights, f 1.404.50;
winter patents, $1.60)4,90: Kansas
Wheat Spot, firm; No. 2 red. $1,093
elevator, export basis to arrlvo. at $1,125
f.o.b, afloat: No. .1 northern Duluth,
$1,218 f.o.b, alloat opening navigation.
Tho inarkot was strong, but lost part of
the gain under profit-taking on reports
of a poor Hour trade and In sympathy
with the northwest, closing Ac net lower
for May and c higher for July. May
closed $1,111; July, $1.00 15-16,
Patrol cum, steady.
Raw sugar, weak; muscovado. .SO test.
3.61c; centrifugal, .96 test, 1,11c; mo
lasses. .89 test. 3.36c.
Refined sugar, quiet.
Flax, Oats and Ryo.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., April 11. Flax,
Corn, No. 3 yellow, 7S1S7SJC.
Oat. No. 3 white. 54fi4ic.
Rv$, No. 2. S78S7Jc
Bran In 100-pound sack, yu. 0024. 50.
EMI HEAT FUTURES
SELL AT HRH LEVEL
Unloading of Millions of
Bushels of the May Option
CHICAGO. April 11. New wheat sold
today at the highest levo! so far this
season. Millions of bushfls unloaded,
however, by the chief owneru of the Mav
option nullified the advanco. The mar-
ket closed easy at prices varying from
4571c lower to S.'ffJc up. Latest traxl
Ing left corn with a net gain of c to
liTCc, onto Ifplc higher than last night
and provision? slanting from unchanged 1
figures to 75'10c decline.
Crop damage ;.oltcmont was at white :
heat mc-t of the day owing to dispatches
from special Investigators in Illinois who
reported the worst effects of killing in
winter wheat sown last fall. A hun
dred mllea each way from Pekln word
came that nearly all the fields were dead.
Opinions from Springfield were that cen
tral Illinois would not raise this year
more than 50 por cent of an average
yield. Bad conditions also wcro heard
from Ohio and Indiana.
It was at the height of the bulge In
wheat prices that staggering amounts of
May delivery were put on sale. There
also was much realizing In tho later
months, due to excellent progress of
seeding operations In the Dakotas and
Minnesota. The July option, which has
sold up from $100 to 41,02. finished with
only iSc of the day's advance at S1.00I
Despite the fact that many longs re
duced holdings of corn and wont Into
wheat and oats, the first-named cereal
surpassed previous high marks of the
year. Undiminished demand southwest
counted stroncly for the bulls. Julv
rnnged from 76Bc to 77flc. closing at 77c
even, a rise of Hc net. Cash grades
were firm. No 2 yellow, by sample, was
quoted at SOSOJc.
July and September oats today touchod
the highest prices witnessed In April
during recent years. Shorts were agl
tatd by the outlook that new oats
this season will not be available for de
livery on July contracts and that a
squeeze In that option would be diffi
cult to avoid. Outside limits reached
for the future named were 5252Bc and
535fT53Ic. with last sales le net higher
Tn the provisions pit the effect of grain
strength counteracted to a large extent,
but not altogether, tho weakness of the
hog market. When the last gong sound
ed pork was off 5c to 71ji10c. but lard
and ribs were virtually the same as twen
tyTfour hours before.
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES,
Wheat Open. High. Low, Close.
May 1.04J 1.0SJ 1.04i 1.04R
July l.OOg 1 02 1.001 1.01
Sept 99 1.008 933 99g
May 77 78i 77SI 7S
July 76i 77? 768 77
bept 75J 761 751 753
May 57 58 57 57
July 535 53J 53i 633
Sept 435 448 -135 432
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour,
easy; spring patents, off 20c to S5.70; ryo.
No. 2. 93cc; barley, feed, or mixing, 80o
S1.00; fair to choice malting, ?1.20
1.35; timothy seed, $6 00(Q12.00; clover
seed, 512.0012.35; mess pork, jn.OO'ff.
$17 125; lard (In tierces), $9,771, short
ribs (loose), $9.60.
Total olearances .of wheat and flour
were equal to 232,000 bushels. Primary
receipts were 253,000 bushels, compared
with 304,000 bushels the corresponding
day a. year ago. Estimated receipts for
tomorrow; Wheat, 16 cars, corn, 96 cars;
oats, 108 cars; hogs. 14,000 head.
KANSAS CITY. Mo.. April 11. Cattle
Receipts, 1500, Including 300 southerns;
market strong; native steers, $6.3S8.50;
southern steers, $6.0(H7.50; southorn cows
and heifers, $4.006.00; native cows and
heifers, $i.00'7,25; stockers and feeders.
$4.75iJ)7.00: bulls, S4.506.2C: calves, $5.00
3i8.26; western steers, $6.008.00; west
ern cows, $4.00(?I'6.00.
Hogs Receipts. S00O; market, 5c low
er; bulk of sales, $7.40(p7.55; heavy, 57.70
ff?7.80, packers and butchors, $7.507.75;
lights, $7.307.60; pigs, $5.75gi6.50.
Sheep Receipts, 10,000; market,
steady to 10c lower; muttons. $4.50g6.60;
lambs, $0.758.10, fed wethers and year
lings, 55.00(517.10; fed ewes, $3.50g6.25.
CHICAGO, April 11. Cattle Receipts,
4000: market, steady to strong; booves,
$5 408.70, Texas steers, $4.50(gi5,90;
western steers. S5.40tf? 6,85; stockers and
feeders, S4.25fii6.60; cows and helfors.
$2 -0ifr6 75; calves, 55.008.25.
Hogs Receipts, 19,000; market, slow,
5c hlghor; light. $7.30(5)7.70; mixed, $7.40
7.75; heavy, $7.407.S0: rough. $7 40tf
7-55; pigs. $0. 00(Ji)7.15; bulk of sales. $7.55
Sheep Receipts, 16,000; market,
steady; native, $4.40ffi'6.50; western, $4,50
tfi'7.00; yearlings, $5 7537.10; lambs, na
tive $5.65(57.75; western, $6.25gjiS.25,
OMAHA, Neb.. April 11. Cattle Re
ceipts. 2200; market, slow; steady: na
tive steers. $6.25?j)8.35: cows and holfers.
$3.50'7.00; western steers, $4.50(g7.25;
Texas steers $4 25(Jj)6.00; range cows and
helfors, $3.255!P6.uO; canners, $2,75J,00,
stockeis and feodcrB, $4.25(S15.00; calves,
$5.00S.50; bulls, Htags, etc., $4.50?6.00.
Hogs Receipts. 13,600; markot, 5l0c
lower; heavy, $7.50(017.65; mixed, $7,35
7.50; Hsht. $7.2ii7.55; pigs. $6.007.20;
bulk of sales, $7.35(g)7.r5.
Sheep Receipts, 11.300: market,
stronger;: yearlings. ?6.25tf?7.00; weth
ers, $5.S06.40; ewes, $4.75(g6.00: lambs.
Now York Bonds.
U S rcf : roc lWi L Shoro dob it IMI. pji;
do roup 100H Loiiln & j,V8h Ui it. 63 '
lo I rcc Mo, K & T lat in... 9SK
do coup 102H do gen 4iSn S7Vi
do 1n rcc 114 Mlourl Pc .. . 71
do coup 1HU N y Con Kn 3i... 85V;
Alllo Chid 1st 5.... 6? do dob 4s 341;
Am Acrlcul Si .. . .102 North Tao 4ji 5314
Am Tel ft Tnl cv 4S.1U'.; do 3 &a;
Am Tobacco U .... 95S O S U rfc n 52
do nsi 120S St L S P ff la... 7914
Armour A: Co .. 9! South Pnc col in..,, nil
AlchUoti teen is 99'i do cr in 06K
Dalt .t Ohio la QiV do tut rcf it Sj'
do 3V3n (OS Uuion Pac ia , ioii
Chw & Ohio Hit ..10015) do cv i Hijij,
do ref fs nMi do lot i rf in....
C, B & Q Joint it.. 97 jU S t!t0 2nd Cs... .103
do port 4a M?J Wolnnu Int. C ...,.,07il
Donvor & H G (n .. M do lat & et it....
do rt( 5i CSHMo I'ao ct 5s SSVi
III Central 1st rcf Is 95 'Panama 3a 107 1
Kan City Fo Int 3s.. 73U
New York onoy,
NEW YORIC, April 11. Money on call.
3J4 per cent; ruling rate, "i per cent;
closing bid, 33 per cent; offered at 4 per
Tlmo loans, steady; sixty days, 5Jtff3?
per cent: ninety days, 33tfj4 par cent:
six months, 3S4f4 per cent.
j Prime mercantllo paper, 41j)41 per
Sterling exchangf, ohsv, with actual
business In bankers' bits at $4,664 for
sixty-day bills and nt $4.86.95 for de
mand. Commercial bills. 54.S3J.
Bar silver, 5S2c.
Mexlcap dollars, 47c.
Government bonds, steady.
Rnllroad bonds, Irrogulnr.
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS. April 11. Wool, steady.
Medium grades, combing and clothing.
20J'21o; light fine. 1510c: heavy line..
12(tj)16c; tub washed, 27jJ30c. I
'TPS' HOWUM. Bread I I
Jyp" Here is bread you will find is every- I
jUi9Kb IVIsicl 01c3.Il HOlaSlWV Bread is made in a palace of clean 1 j
liness in a city of spotlessness. Clean walls, 8 7 H
clean ceilings, clean machines, clean ovens, clean attired bakers 1 i J
The neatest housewife cannot outdo us for cleanliness. jtt I
Sold Clean ronl the big, clean ovens, HQ&SUM Bread is slipped $, H
. i into its dainty waxed wrapper. With the aroma of the oven still 'ml H
upon it, it is hustled to the stores of our grocers kept clean and fresh all the while by its wrapper. ' Si I
Delivered Clean ou groceryman sends HQI&SESi to your home just a 8 jyj j I
. m ii few hours old. You open it just as it came from the oven VM j WM
dainty, clean, appetizing the most healthful and economical bread you can use in your home. 1 v( S
Banish bake day and begin to use HOIsSUi today M fl
Step to your 'phone and order a loaf or put it on your grocery list, now, j I
u Superior Baking Company jpj I
COPPER ID LEAD
Electrolytic Brand of the Red
Metal Sells at $16.00; Ex
ports Continue Heavy.
4- Copper (electro) ...J16.00 fr
J. Lead, New York $4.204.30
4 Bar silver 5S8c
Sliver in London 27d
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NEW YORK, April 11. Standard cop
per quiet; spot and April, S15.G0316.75;
May, Juno and .Tuly, $15. 55tf? lu.87J. Lon
don strong; spot, 70 8s fld; futures.
71 6s 3d. Custom house returns show
exports of 7563 tons so far this month.
Lake copper, $16.002'16.25, electrolytic.
$16; casting. ?15.60 15.75.
Tin quiet: spot. 43.12i5T'43.47J; April.
May and June, 5 13.0043.50; July
$42.7043.00; August, 542.50ii43.00. Lon
don steady; spot, 107 10s, futures,
Load quiet, 54.20i84,30 New York and
S4.12iS4.175 East St. Louis. London.
16 3s Od.
Spelter quiet. $6.60(56.80 New York:
$6.60 bid East St. Louis. London, 25
Antimony quiet; Cookson's, $S.
Iron Cleveland warrants, 52s 10i In
London. Locally Iron was steady; No. 1
foundry northern, ?15.2515.75; No. 2.
?14.75f315.26; No. 1 southern soft, $15.25
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON. April 11. At tho be
ginning of business today tho condition
of the United States treasury was:
Working balance In treasury.
office $ 37.i53.0S0
In banks and Philippine
Total balance In general fund 129.133.S37
Ordinary receipts yesterday.. 2.322,744
Ordinary disbursements l,800,60i
The deficit to date this ilscal year Is
$11,454,342, against a deficit of $117,055 at
thla time last year.
These figures exclude Panama canal
and public debt transactions.
NEW YORK. April 11. Evaporated an
plcs qulot: spot fancy, OJQJlOJc; choice.
SJtffDc; prime, 71(a'Sc.
Prunes steady, quotations ranco from
4Bffrl0Jc for Callfornlas up to 30-40s and
SUfllc for Oregons.
Apricots nominal cholco. 14STllic: ex
tra choice. 153l5lc: fancy. 16fi?16Jc
Peaches ateady; choice. 1015?10Sc: ex
tra choice. IHrlllo; fancy, lljfic.
Ralslnn steady; loose muscatels. 5
6Sc: choice to fancy seeded. GiffTTlc:
seedless. 515?71c: London layors. $l,40ji)
NEW YORK, April II. Cotton closed
barely steady at a net decline of 13 to
SEE UTAH FIRST.
Comtnorcial Club Excursion to Binp
ham, Arbor Day, April 15th. Public
invited, Tickets, incluJinp luncheon,
$1.75. On sale Commercial Club and
1CD Main St.
Tiffany blends aro tho latest things
in wall paper. We have thorn oxclu
sivoly. Salt Laku Glaes & Paint Co.,
29-31 East First South.
Nearlv two thousand dealors arc
aelliner Vopceler'a seeds Fifteon ycarb
aeo no one was selling Vojiclor's seeds.
.Thar i a reason, "quality, of course."
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1 Without Pain, Inconvenience or Loss of Time. No Failures I H
I To Prove Our New System, We Offer for a I H
I Short Time Our Services at a Small Cost. jfl
FROM $2.00 TO $5.00 A COURSE 1
I VARICOSE LOST VITALITY I H
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1 Cured by absorption; no mglsmf ' 4 start. If you sufrer from I
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M nre due to mumps, bl- J tlon, feel tired when you I BM
H cycle or horseback rid- ffiS&Zsff I nrao In the morning, I UM
1 Ing, disease, etc. In time f&tzftffl 22fc ' lame bnck- dizziness, 1 mm
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I tally as well as phvslcal- YW V YJ and feel you are not the WB
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B life or make no charge. M4f W'U Ur Ufe' 1 flfl
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I Reasonable Cases Accepted I H
1 We will give the poor- "w."' There Is no risk, for we I M
I est man a chance, as well A. ffZt&SK d0 not t!cal "icurablt I HI
I as the rich, to receive a fyiL cnseB ,mdc',. 0"f', 9 IW
H cure from us nt a small HSsJjQk. V eratlon. W E DO NOl I Ml
i corft. THERBISNOMANBBHrJiiHfcW EXPERIMENT NOR USE I
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I BEST OPINION FREE. RUIN YOUR SYSTEM. U H
I Don't Let Money Matters or False Pride Keep You Away. We II
Cure Forever Cases of ffl
9 VARICOSE VEINS. BLOOD DISEASES. LOST VITALITY. PILES. ECZEMA. 9
0 FALLING HAIR. FAILING MEMORY. OBSTRUCTIONS. NERVOUS. KID- H
1 KEY AND BLADDER AILMENTS. Mj
I Any man who want3 to be cured, now that we have offered our services 1 U
I at such LOW PRICES, has no excuse for suffering another day Wo don't ffl i Mm
H care who has foiled, if you come to us we will CURE you of any of the above-
I named ailments or not charge you ono penny for our services. Don t tlve up I M
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Call and noo us If you can. Write today for particulars If you ennno: IB
1 call. Medicines are from 51.50 to S6.50 a course. I
I DAILY HOURS 0 TO S. CONSULTATION FREE. SUNDAYS 10 TO 12. I ffl
SALT LAKE MEN'S MEDICAL INSTITUTE jl
j 15910 South Main Street, Salt Lake City, Utah. I 1 1
THE LAND OF FRUIT AND FLOWERS Lh
ISLE OF PINES ;
hnmn of the grapefruit. oranRe. pineapple, etr.j where RICH SOIL, , HQ
foTjablE CLIMATE and abundant ruins make BIG CROPS of perfoct fruit . WM
n,ui v-otQbles A CERTAINTY. Growing season 365 DAYS IN THE YEAR. H
PeraetuaftunS climate, NO FROSTS- NO IRRIGATION. PERFECT WATER,
wr. hnvn tho finest citrus fruit and vegetable land on tho Isle of Plne3 : 1H
rurroSndlnl t o ONLY DEEP WATER HARBOR of the Island-for sale In 10. i B
"0 or "o-icrn tracts at only $50.00 por ncre: one-fourth down, balance on easy ''MM
7 4t7.amers now injidinu' at our town of Ios Indlos. Own a ten-acro mm
Proband BECOME : INDEPENDENT. Immediate possession. TITLES GUAR-
For booklet and further Information write to Canada Land and Fruit Co., j
117 Wisconsin struol. Mllwaukoo. Wis. j
Burloy, Idaho, April 20.
Sixty-five hundred acrt'3 of state
school lands to bo sold ut public auc
tion. Excursions via Oregon Short Lino
from Utah nointe. April 17, IS and 19;
limit April 21. There will bo a sale of
additional lands at Rupert, Idaho, on
April 22. For further particulars ad
dress D. "E. Burloy. general passenger
jiRont, or call room 201 Dcsorct .News
buildiuc. Salt Lake.
Ovor a hundred varieties, nwoot poas,
but ono quality and that tho very best
Vogoler's Seed Store.
ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE
For Century printinc You can got tho
"iMiuinn articlo at 55-S7 Postoflice place.
WHEN YOU NEED A SPECIALIST L Blji
S Consult a good one. HH
Blood poison cured ' DH
In a few days by tho HH
new European meth- HH
od; call or write for Hi IB
complete Informs- HH
tlon. Science ho-i 1 HH
provided an equallv ; HJtH
rapid and succossful j HH
treatment for all j Hw
forms of Vital weak- ' HH
Veins,'' Rupturo. WI
Bladder xnd Kidney ) mm
diseases. If you need i HH
my help don't heal- Wfl
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or write. HI 9s
My offices aro open all day from 9 fjls
a. m. to 5 p. m.: evenings. 7 to 8: rj
Sundays from 10 to 12. .11
STATE MEDICAL CO., Rooms 263
Main, over Palaco Market. .!