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J THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 11, 1912. 11 11
pe is CHIEF
kltfcjcMf Coal Road, Securi
Ejjs Specialties Were the
: Most Sought.
BpGERS ARE STRONG
Ifjjarkable Crop Report Has
llreat Influence on Stock
Ufc TORK. Oct. 10. Acid from
HfE.- which overshadowed all other
KU reason of its activity and
operations In today's market
Cwalr restricted to specialties such
Pfi.Wtiii Can common and preferred,
rTngff record for the former, and
Enameling, the fertilizers and
'USiHZ wined over two point by
Ky Other representative securities
aaaESi within narrow limits, except
-515 entes Steel, which rose over a
HEurer and similar stockH failed to
'KTSors than passive reBponse to yes
aK!rt remarkable crop report until
Eln the session, when the entire
mL made somo recovery, despite ad
WSvm the northwest announcing an
'K&sadnce of rain.
'Butary conditions continued to ro
Eth iltuatlon. tending toward great
BSrsatsi in spite of the diminished do
B Conalderablc call monoy was
Ed t 5i Pr cent' w,th a n,sn rate
BC feature of the Bank of England
ELest was a Iohh of fP.000.000 gold.
Etfc Bank of France lost $3,-100,000
SEl metal and decreased Us discounts
jKf'bcmd market was well sustained,
Tonuiunl activity in various low
Ej iuues. Total sales, par value,
Splttd Elates bonds were unchanged
tfk Closing Stock List.
B"" I Salw.lmghlLowlClotw
.HKilTTopir ., .. 20.00 PO'i 33 00
'Ku ijrlcnllural .... ES'-J f-S'i R9H
.Km Et Sugar MOO 72U 71; 71H
ffce Can 45,700 IC'-i Uti 4G
Smiri , 3.200 ir; 1234 i::
Sm Car Foundry 1,300 C1H 40 61 '4
iKs Couoa Oil J7 .'. SS'.j
m Ita BtcuritiM ... :oo :a m :3
iHe UmM - l.JOil u; H 2U
'Ki Lecomotlvr i.ioo 43, 43H 43
ktBtlt. & net Z.200 iS SC-X 87
Hyrrtd . zoo m 103 iori
Eiatt Ei'.tr Keflnlnj. . S00 IK4 121
Kit!. Tel 500 HI H3-
fat ToUtCO 1.000 2tT7 150 26
Klnhc Co .. . 7.S00 ; D7i 15H
Kfit 4.7oo liou iw, iiou
'wervl 100 WVl 102U 102U
'Sft Cout Lin 5.EM UiH Hl-i HlVi
.ftn t Ohio l.SOOllOS; 101 I0SS
& EtMt .... .... I.IOO WX H3V 4?n
.do HpM Tnntlt. . 1.000 OHi 91 IIU
.MC PaclBc ft,S00 274 27231 273K
il Lather . . 3,00 :2t; z 32';
osio r.aoo mm wii 3?;
'Ml Grat Wfit 200 174 174 1"4
!M 'MIL & FU Paul.. . C.800 113 UZ'iUV2
1 KorthwfJtrrn... 1.CO0 H2H H2 H2
-v Fool & Iron 2. i.0t 3i 421 42;
''Pb!l 0 2O0IH7U H7UM17
Hi hsJo:u s.i'oo! ic; 114 u;
Hn & Hudson 1 170
M Itlo artodr. . . 200 22 i 224 22
Bfef fecurltlre" 700 Si' 30! SOi
0.200 SCx; nnij 36A
SVurtd 'j.o)o r( r3-; mu
SMfLpHer-tsJ , K-0 . UK 44; 44V
U.3Ktrle 400 183U 1S3 153
Xrtt:a f'A l,700ll404ll40V4 140
i?Cfaf 1,4001 4r;l i8; 40
nHpi Cnttii :ooii7auii!ni4H29S
(jMgW Met C.POOl 31i 20l 21',J
1.100 Gt 60 I S5?i
:W .tUnnter I 300ll23Vi 1234 123
ruf" pfd I r.oo! 20 :o 1 20
it"".' rP'r . I 3.CMI Jt?"! U.4I ICS
javmul Puap r.ool ;iu 22 27U
14W CUj Foqthera 1 f.w V9 " 2W 2S4
R?'.? ' 1M J05?; lfciioss
F,ytJ!; c . ... H.80'lfi2U lIi'1614
'"OJ t Sllhvlllf ... fi03M624!l61ri61U.
P- F' 5'- S00'-.4UlHj!Ur.U
m T 1.1001 29ll 554
51 CJ 3.0001 41l 454
?Unlt 10011354(1384 UfiH
iK-t Mexico I... A. ... 274
Jft"? Calrl . 1.2001117 IllflU Uf.4
3001 SCSI 35H
Mlera l.SO0lll4 llSUill'i
""P IM! f!4 4
3K?'lfTSelBe 1I.200'12S 1274'127H
,fi,l-1 1 700! 34A;i 34l 35
i(K( '. Frol.i:S4!l24Hll34Tt
SFMIL0" 3.wwii::4ii2i 11214
ftPJt C. C, fc St L.. J 1M 10X4 103411094
ilPCi WI . . 1 1.3001 25 24?;! 24 4
W. K"1 ,c" . I 1.1M! 3ST1' 3S f 354
JEfr t'k." V US9,W0ll77ll75Ml77
IWn I ...j , j-.j 331
iltijL'r ""' ' '"'I ''J 50! 5! ijjp
4BplAtr Line, . ,.j J 00 2041 20 20
("Mf 400l M4' 30 " 50
-lmZ vT.,lm lMl J6'.4 65
:JE! ;'clfic E..oMin24,iiiy ins
ihBCmi 17 -v" S"S' 304 304
KVtei rteel TS.lftOl 70 7 '73
c-!, 1 TOOlllSUlllR 'US'
'l'6ir"f.; l.O0') Cf54' fi
tKi C,h,rn I 5.4001 44I 44l (S'i
iiSlrtin""'"" i j-i 1- I $
f5toiw p.' , , : : ! 5001 mi sou ioy
IRJe Krle . ..I j.wi iQ.;) ton
'w for, u,t rt,r S f-p0 fhlrc,
N6W York Bonds.
?J J;wo 44 sin
liMMnt ' "'!. J1-. c- South 5s.... 974
HftJI; 10:4 Lake S 4 924
IK "JSM K ft T m 93
jAiBM i. " d Keo 44n
,,4J';-(- 0 8 b 4k; 924
'ir 0. till ' do sen Jk. f'ti;
iK fl!r . No. p, 4 ?SU
raV oj . V" ' f-h ot; ('
Tl . ,,n 111 oi'1
kMPMlG !' ' r5 nlon Pr n 100
KftH M do rv ts jnsu
wt it.'" ? Aa 1" 924
K; Wbt1i in 4s C?4
& 1 2f. K- Oct. 10. Money on calt
JftW I VPJ Conl: ""Hni; rate. 5i;
ItB Wa S,rcrd ,al r,i Per cent.
-Jt, II. ,nst rtnf. to o?: sl2t
(jr te'-rcant" Paper. 51 to C pei
WMftP at for slxty-
THEUt ih.0cU I" At th v.alnnlnc or
HH,' ,n condition or the UDlle-1 Ptal
llBBfc4Pvi,,,,l r'ur- effleej. Ml.MS.744.
fBiI Ct ,C. Ilt,p,nc trenturr. H0.179.9;.'!
1 of ft23I.4 t thli. tlnifl lll
, 'Bfr'HJtlss lcI'-4 Pnmi cul Jnd public
,'1EJho otton Market.
iP,. ?Ji'4,s 0c"l 10 Cotlno inl.ldliPC
AMERICAN SECURITIES ARE
STRONG ACROSS ATLANTIC
War in the Balkans Not Likely to Disturb Finan
ciers in Europe or Anywhere Else
in the World.
By Thomas C. Shotwell.
y international N'ewa Sen-Ice.
NEW YORK. Oct. 10. Announcement
that the Turkish government had
heen unable to obtain a war loan
f 0.000.000 from J. P. Morgan
fi, u 1 Co'V and that unfilled orders on
the booke of the Steel corporation had
nf f hi lVns ca"6ed the tock markets
of the whole world to show a stronger
tone today. In Wall street many not
gains were recorded and several new
high records were established. In Lon
don American stocks were strong, al
though Balkans wore inclined to slump
afffi-5,l;,;";rv,an orid8 dropped S points
and British consols woro heavy, but rails
were firmer and Americans stood high
at the end of the day. Even Berlin,
Paris and Vienna, were firmer at the
?Ios.e 12 .th'5 day- In vi(iVf f tho fact
that Turkey seems unable to finance a
war cither in Europe or America, the
Balkan situation may now be oonBldered
put of the way eo far as the present swing
le 8tock market Ih concerned. It
will bob up again. Just oa the Morocco
affairs did. but will make no serious
trouble now or In the Immediate fu
ture. Known to but Few.
Tho fact that Turkey had applied to
Morgan & Co. for J50.000.000 was
known to but a few persons on Wednes
day nlghL The announcement mado In
the dispatches of tho International News
Service therefore came to the street as
a, genuine surprise, and It explains many
peculiar features of the market of tho
previous day. Turkey needs money for
peace as well as for war, but while Amer
ican bankers have offered to supply any
amount needed for peace, there Is not a
dollar on this side of the Atlantic for
warfare Should Turkey meet the con
ditions laid down by Morgan & Co.
?S,1.maJic peace t1" Ital nl hos
tilities in the Balkans, the ?50,000.000
can easily bo spared.
The steel orders were another prcat
surprise, for very few persons expected
the Increase to be more than 100,000 tons.
When the tickers announced that the In
crease was 3SS.132 tons, it was gener
ally supposed that a mistake had been
made and tho market halted temporarily,
waiting for a correction. However, when
the figures woro repeated and shown to
be correct, thcro was aii immediate ad
vance. Steel moved up a point and
American Can rose two points to the
highest price on record. Reading went
to 1771, which Is a record for this move
ment, while Inspiration and National
Enameling also made new records on tho
Orders for Steel.
Not since Juno 30, 1907, has the Steel
corporation reported ouch a. large volume
of unfilled orders as are now on Its books.
Orders were as large as at present, only
fro'm December 81, 1906, to June 30, 1907,
Inclusive. Orders at present are really
tho greatest on record, because during
the other period, when the total of un
filled business was above 6,000,000 tons
tho orders among subsidiaries wore In
cluded, where the present orders are
thoso with the public only. It Is safe to
eay that tho present volume of unfilled
orders Is 10 per cent greater than was
ever before on tho books of the corpo
ration. Money wont to 51 per cent for renewal,
but as tho great export movement of
American crops will furnish all the money
needed from now on, the rate Is not a
matter of any Importance. In fact, If
money rates should rise, stocks will ad
vance even faster. A monoy panic Is
Impossible and nothing more than fairly
stiff rates need he expected between now
and tho first of the year.
DROP IN SUGAR. FEATURE
IN THE LOCAL MARKETS
Decrease Is 10 Cents a Hundred; Apples and
Peaches Higher; Eggs Also Are Advancing.
A DROP of 10 cents a hundredweight 1
In the price of the different
grades of sugar was the feature
of the local market yesterday.
Dealers say that they cannot ac
count for the lower price which Is regu
lated by the New York prices.
Apples and peaches wero both higher
in price lhati they were a week ago and
fresh eggs have been advanced from 10
a case to S10.orifl'$10.50 a case The re
tail price of eggs remains 40 cents a
Florida grape fruit, which was selling
for 20 cents each, was new on the local
market yesterday. J
Apples, peck -j2
Bananas, dozen ' "'
Grapefruit, each 1552
Florida grapefruit, each
Lemons, per dor TA'tn
Oranges, per dozen 40(3 -60
Peaches, case -"0
Plums, jbR. for .25
Pears, per lb -10
Watermelons, per lb -
Grapes, 2 lbs. for 2o
T'tah Cabbage -"I
Bell peppers. 2 lbs. for
Carrots, two bunches for -0
Horseradish, per lb
Lettuce, each. 10c 2 for... -is
Bermuda onions, nor lb .10
Parsley, per bunch
Radishes. S bunches for -J0
Green onions two hunches for.. "
Cucumbers, two for n
Turnips, two bunches for ...... nr
Carrots, new. two bunches for.. .p&
Beets, now. two bunches for ....
N'ew Potatoes, peck -r
Fresh tomatoes. 3 lbs. for .is
Green Beans, 2 lbs. for
Wax bean. 2 lb?, for
Pummcr pnuah. 2 for .
Utah cauliflower, per lb -i-i
Utah egg plant, per lb
Cane, per cwt 56.1J
Beet, per cwt 5.90 6.00
Cane. 11 to 13 pounds
Beet. 13 to 15 pounds '-1
Butter, creamery, extra.-.? .35 $ .40
Butter, creamery first 3-
Butter, ranch 30
Utah, per pound -18 J -JJ
Swss (Imported), per lb... .37 .60
Block Swiss (domestic).
per pound 25
New York cream, per lb.. .20 .zb
Roquefort, per pound .50 .60
Camembort. dpzen .0 f.ou
Llmbergor. per pound .... .-3 .
Bismarck, brick 'i0
Eastern " 'o0 'ic
Young Americas -
Eastern Daisies 1Ji
Fresh esss. case $10.50
Storage egRS i'r0
Case cgp. case S.oO ...
Fresh eggs. Per dozen
Milk and Cream,
Fresh milk, gallon 230 , .081
Over counter .iog.12
Babies special 100 40
Fresh cream y j 20 50
IK .J -11 J -15
Barracuda, per Jb.- ' -28 .35
Black bass, per ' ' .n .20
Catfiph, per in ' .03 .0
Carp, por 10. ,os .15
Codfish, per 1" 30 35
Crabs, each u ,15
Flounders, per id n 15
Klngflnb. Per 13 .:o
Halibut, per 'n .09 .12J
Herring, per Jb- ,32 ,85
Prawns, per iuart - ' n .15
Ferch, In- "lb "".' 11 'IS
Rock cod. per id. 1B .:0
Fresh sa mon. per id n 15
Sliver amelta. Pr lb. - ,20
Sea bass, per iu. 2R s-,
Lober, per Jb. 10 ,12l
Tom cod, per lb. 20 25
Fresh shrlmP". P lb.. u 20
Sturgeon, per l. 19 .05
Salmon trout, per 16. - 20 .25
Striped bass. Per lb 05
Mullet. Per 'b 4 .05
Superior whilensh, per in.. 17J
irrpji mackerel A0 .15
Pird sniinnr .. . --
Anchovies 15 .20
Mackinaw trout, per lb 22 .SO
Plko 25 .30
Oysters, selected, per gal J2.75
Oysters, selected, per pint 40
Dressed hens, per lb 5 .18 $ .25
Geese, per lb 20 .25
Turkeys, per lb 232o 2729
Ducks (domestic), lb 16 .22
Roasters, per lb IS 2riff?30
Broilers, per lb 25 3035
Dressed beef, per lb 04310J
Dressed veal, per lb 1 3 d?1 1 4
Dressed mutton, per lb 7
Dressed pork, per lb llfQ12
Pork loin, per lb 1C
Dressed spring lamb, per lb 10
Sirloin, per lb 22
Family porterhouse, per lb 25fl30
Short cut. per lb 25330
Round, per lb 20
Chuck, per lh 15
Pot roast, per lb 20
Rump, per lb 17J(320-
Boiling, per lb 121
Soup bones, per lb 4
Pork chops, per lb 205525
Hams, per lb 20334
Shoulder roast, per lb 15
Mutton (leg), prime, per lb 17J
Loin and rib chops, per lb..... 20
Shoulder chops, per lb. 15
Spring lamb roast, per lb 2025
Spring lamb chops, per lb 35330
Stow, por lb ....10
Salt pork, per Jb. , 17J
Veal chops, per lb 2030
Shoulder chops, per lb 20
Ham. per lb., center cuts .30
Ham. per lb., first cuts 25
Bacon, slab, per lb 2S
Bacon, fancy, per lb-. llced 300.35
Hay and Grain.
Alfalfa, per ton J13.50 $
Timothy, per ton 16.50
Alfalfa, per cwt 75
Tjmothy, por cwt 90
Bran, per cwt ., 1.35 1.50
Barley (rolled), per cwt. .... 1.35 1.50
Corn, per cwt 1.D5 2.10
Cracked corn, per cwt 2.00 2.15
Cornmeal, per cwt 2.S5 3.50
Oats, per cwt 1.60 1.65
Shorts, per cwt 1,15 1.60
Wheat, per cwt. ., 1.45 1.60
High patent. Utah, cwt 51 .0062.10
Straight grade. Utah, cwt .... 1.SO&2.00
Bakers' No- 1- per cwt 1.7051.90
High patent. Ulah, per cwt $2,100)2.40
Straight grade, Utah, por cwt.. 2.102.30
Bakers' No. 1, cwt 2.002.20
The Coffee Market.
NEW TORK, Oct. 10. Coftce close! steady tl a
net decline o two point. SiUr. II, WO. Oetobf.-,
H.ICc: Norember, 14.1Tc: Dccmbtr. H.lSo: Janti
arr ana Kebnitrr. U.Hr,; Mtreh, 14.31c: April.
li.SSc: Mit. Juno ana Julr. 14.5$c; AURUft, H.STc;
Spot. utraJy: Rio No. T, J5c; Smtos, lT'lc;
mild. illet; Cordor, WlQltc.
Flax, Oats and Rye.
MINNEAPOLIS. Oct. 10. No. 3 yellow- corn.
(T'je in Hc.
No. 3 wntlo :nHe to Sic
No. 3 rye. C14e lo Slljr.
mny. 400 ?c
St. Louis Wool. j
ST. !UIF. Oct. 10. Wool Sicidy: radium
endrj combine nd clothlnc. 5SVjtJ'I55: llelit
0n. ttflrie; tiery on. lJ?I?c: tub vah.t.
New York Provisions.
NT.W YORK. Oct. J0. Wheat Spot, mjj: No.
I led. 11.05; elevator end nominal f. o. b,
aflcti; Ne. 1 northern Dulijlli. 1J.00 f. n b
ittoat. Kulurra cloed Jc net lo-er. neeembT
Jl.OOt;: May. .04U.
Itaw lucar Steady; nuatfiTado. . tt. Ul.;
centrltucal. .?5 ll-U: roolifJ't. .a? tit.
J3 Zi; reflned. quiet.
CHICAGO, Oc:. 10 ButterSteady.
Creameries. 2l(52Jc: dairies. 22Jcft27c.
Eggs S'eady: receipts. 4233 cases; ai
mark, cases Included. 17(Tj'20c; ordinary
firsts. 21c; firsts, 21c.
Cheese Steady. Daislef. ITfljnio;
twins, 16iQ-l"c; young Americas, I7g
171c: long horns. KlJJc.
Potatoes Firm: receipts, i0 cars; Mich
igan. 42'45o; Minnesota and Wlscotjsln.
NTT.V VORK. Out 10 Evaporate applet,
astet rrun, teadv Aprlcon. tsu. I'aa. he J
itm, Ralatu al'id.
COPPER IS DULL 1
M yORK MARKET
No Change in Price for Any of
the Brands; Lead Quiet
VV VT V Y'I-VVVVV'I -I 1 I !
-r Copper (electro.) . . . . $17.62 j17.S7j 4-
T Lead, New York J5.10 bid 4
t Bar silver sale
r Silver In London 295d v
f t t 4-
N"EW TORK. Oct. 10. Copper, dull;
standard spot. 17.25: October. 17.277-17.30.
November, $17.25?j17.30; December. 17.25
1i'17.30: electrolytic, 17.62SM7.S7: lake
17.62&-17.S7- casting. 17.250il7.27.
Tin Dull: spot. 43.07050.12: Octobor.
4D.iO(JIi50.10: November. 4D.S0'2'.4S).S5
Lead Quiet, 5.10 bid; spelter, oulet.
Antimony Quiet; cooksons, lO.OOtfa
Iron, strong; No. 1 northern, 17.50(5!
1S.0O: No. 2 northern, 17.25JJ17.75: No I
southern and No. 1 southern Boft, IS. 00
Copper at New York. twenty-thre tons.
Exports so far this month, S3 10 tons.
London copper, steady; spot, 77 5s:
futures. 7S 2s 6d.
London tin. quiet; spot, 32S 5s; fu
tures. 227 6s.
London lead. 31 7e 6d.
London spelter. 27 12s Cd.
Iron Cleveland warrants. 66s In
WHEAT COMES DOWN
II CHICAG0 MARKET
Crop This Season Estimated
to Be 100,000,000 Bushels
Larger Than a Year Ago.
CHICAGO, Oct. 10. Wheat camo down
In prlco today as a result of the govern
ment report estimating the crop this sea
son to be nearly 100,000,000 bushels larger
than last year. The market closed steady,
but He to lie under the night before.
It was evident from the start that
wheat would havj to suffer a material
setback. Support, accordingly, becamo 1
limited and more and more deliberate.
Longs of the eleventh hour sort were
forced to sacrifice their holdings, as was
news appeared to have lost tho power to
The close was at nearly the lowest fig
ures of the day. December ranged from
92c to 92Jc, with last sales at 92Jc, a fall
of lfUc not-
At the end corn showed a net loss of
i2?Sc to lc.
Oats closed at a decline of c to Sc.
Provisions finished unchanged to a de
cline of 42Jc.
Cash quotations wero as follows: Flour SUady.
llyfi No. 2, Mo. Barley Feed or mixing, 47353c:
fair lo eholco nmltlntr. K0fi7:c. Seed Timothy.
$3.OV3-(.t0. clover. 113.ooy IS.tO. Me&s TorV
117.:oiT17.:5. Uvd (In tierces) m.WS. Short f
ribs Uoofo) U0.t0Jfll.:.
Total celaraucri ot wheat and flour wer equal
to 240.000 btuhsla. Primary nc(lpt.i xere 1,021.
000 bushels. Kallmatcd receipts for tomorrow:
Whral, 131 ciru; corn, 1SS cars; oats, 174 cars;
hngp, K.000 head.
KANSAS CITY. Oct. 10. Cattle Re
ceipts. 5500. Including 500 southerns.
Steady. Native steers. $6.5010.60;
southern slecrs, ?4.25?'6.00; southern
cows and heifers, $3.40(g'5.25; native cows
and heifers. J3.407.50; stockers and feed
ers. $4.40J7.60; bulls. ?4.00ig,5.50; calves,
J5.OO09.5O; western steers. $5 00ig.0.20;
western cows. S3.50Sp6.21i.
Hog's Receipts. 7000; steady. Bulk of
sales. SS.40?$.80; heavy, ?S.65S.S0; pack
ers and butchers. SS.4O0iS.S5; light, 18 30
S.80; pigs. $6.00g7.00.
Sheep Receipts, 10,000; market steady.
Muttons, S3.00(fr4.00; lambs, S5.255B6.75;
rapge wethers and yearlings, J3.5O0M.6O;
range cows, 2.00$f.3.75.
CHICAGO. Oct. 10. Cattle Rec-lpts.
4300; market steady Beeves, So.OOg'lO.OO;
western steers. $4.206.00; western steers.
J5.S0iS.f'O; stockers and feeders. $4.10
7.S0; cows and heifers, $2.70ffi:S.10; calves,
Hogs Receipts. 1S.000: market slow,
n toady to shade lower. Light. $S.60C?!9.25:
mixed, $S.G5a'9.30; heavy. SS.500'9.30: 1
rough, S.n05'S.0: pigs, S 1-757.75; bulk
of sales. SS.90ifi'9.15.
Sheep Receipts, 35.000: market steady;
lambs, weak. Native. S3.254.30;
western. $3.40iS! 1-35. yearlings. S 1.25g'5.35:
lambs, native. $1.50'6.S0; western, 4.75ig'
OMAHA, Oct. 10. Cattle Receipts.
4900; mnrket steady. Native steers, JG.00
(O'lO.OO; cows and heifers. S3.5O0C.65;
western steers. S5.00JS.50; Texas steers.
Sl.50i5.50; range cows nnd heifers, SS.25?
6. 4Q: canners. $3.00fI4.25; stockers and
feeders. SI.OOifS.00; calves. J5.00g9.00;
bulls, stags, etc.. $!.25tf?5.25.
Hogs Receipts. 5600; market steady to
5c lower Heavy. SS.65rf78.50; mixed, JS.70
GS.SO; light, JS S0iS.90; pigs. Sfi.OOff S.00:
bulk of sales. SSOiffS.SO.
Sheep Receipts. 2S.000; market steady.
Yearlings. SI. 405.10: wethers. $3.50ffti
4.00; ewes, S3.OO03.G5; lambs. SiJ.OOQ'H.f.0.
London Wool Sales.,
LONDON". Oct. 10 Th' fourth r rlea of th
LonOon wool iuIo.i cloicd toOar lth otterlncs of
77i",7 bale. The nmall aortmcnt wa In animat
ed demand and prlemi w the nrmetl of tho
rl a foitie buyers vcrc rtjcht short of sup-piles-
Done by the Conturv is distinctive.
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H spells axe strengtliened and kept
I in good condition by the use of
Dr. Guertin's Nerve Syrap
Safe, sure and guaranteed to give
satisfaction. Your dollar back
if first bottle fails in any case of
Epilepsy or St. Vitus Dance, no
matter how bad. It is the sunshine
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Salt Lake Realty Owners Company.
Notice Is hoteby given that at a meet
lnc of the board of directors of Salt
Lake Realty Owners company, held on
the 2nd day of October. 1913. an assess
ment of five (K) cents per share was
levied upon the outstanding capital stock
of the corporation, payable Immediately
to J. Frank Judge. ecretary. No- 303
South Main street. Salt Lake City. Utah.
Any stock on which this assessment ma.)
remain unpaid on Wednesday. November
fith, 1913. will bo delinquent and adver
tld for sale at public auction, and un
less payment Is mado before, will be
sold at my office on Monday. December
16th. 1912. at thrs hour of 3 o'clock p. m.,
to pay the delinquent assessment, to
gether with the cost of advertising and
expenso of sale.
J. FRANK JUDGE, Secretary.
First publication October 3rd. 1312.
TRIBUNE W A N T .V'DS P U L JL. I
ASSESSMENT NO. 1.
The Tar Baby Mining company, princi
pal place of business. Salt Lake Citv
Location of mines, South Fork. Blx Cot
tonwood canyon. Notice Is heroby given
that at a meeting of the board of direc
tors of the Tar Baby Mining company,
held on the 2nd day of June. I9i:, assess
ment No. 2 of one-fourth (I) cents pur
share was levied upon the capital stock
of the corporation, issued and outstand
ing, payable Immediately to W. w. Trim
mer, Continental National bank. East Sec
ond South. Salt Lake City. Utah, or F. F.
Hlntre, Murray R. F. D. No. .
Any stock upon which this assessment
may remain unpaid on the 2nd day of
November. 1012, will be delinquent and
advertised for sale at public auction, and
unless payment Is mode before, will be
sold on the 2nd day of December, 191?.
at 322 Atlas block, at S o'clock p. m., at
thn company's office, to pay the delin
quent assessment thereon, together with
the costs of advertising and expensu of
Mle. - F. -Fr-HINTZE.-Secretary.
fUhL aubUca.U6a October -i. hesT
Bald0 Powdeif jl
RWa CL EANS ; I
ft c. r VQ! : SCO URS : j I
LV THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE :i
Third Judicial district In and for Salt -t
Laljo county, state of Utah; probata 3
division. In tho matter of tho estate
and guardlanMp of Henry Gordon J
Jennings and Ruth Jennlng?. minors
Notice is hereby riven that In pttrsu- '
a nee of an order duly mado by said court S
on the 4th day of October. IM?, the un- M
derslgned. as guanlian of the persons 1 ;
and estates of Henn- Cordon Jennlne
and Ruth Jennings, will sell at prlvat . fe' i
sale, subject to the confirmation of said m i
court, all th-j rlghL title and Interest of 3
said minors, viz: an undivided two-flfth 3
pf two-thirds Interest In and to tho fol- 1
iowlnc renl property situate In the city Iffj a
and county of Snlt Like, statn of Utah. : MA. a
deicrlbed as follows, to wit: t 'j
An undivided one-seventh of parts of If 4
lots on 1) and eight fS). Mock seventy- X' 4
sir (75). pUt "A." Salt Lake City sur- . (1
voy, beginning at the northeast corner " :
?IvB!d. ,ot 01,0 thenco south thre t,viS!j
(3) feet, seven (7) Inches, thenco west vft ii
one hundred and forty-five (145) feet. ' & U
thence north three (3) feet seven (7) iifc
Inches, thence west twenty (20) feet. k '
thence north ihlrty-flvo (35) fet. ' M- !l
thenco enst forty-one (11) feet, thenc W H
south thirty-five (351 feet, thenco east j U
fourteen (14) feet, thence north seven- 'frl
teen (17) feet seven (7) Inches, thenco i T
east one hundred and ten (110) feet. ?
thence south seventeen (17) feet seven i M
d) Inches to the place of beginning. j iff. "1
Also a perpetual rlght-of-wnv for all pur- ; ,- . i
ooses over the following land- Common- J-t v
Ing one hundred and ten (110) feet west fi? .
of the northeast corner of said lot eight r; t. i
(3). thenco south twenty (20) rods. ii V
thence west fourteen (11) feeL thence ' z V -
north twenty (20) rods, thenco east . r .
fourteen (10 feet, to tho place of be- 'T E
ginning. Also an undivided 127-771 In- i 7.,
terest In tho following described land. ' y&. '
to wit: Commencing at a point 53 feet ; ',
nnd 1.0-25 Inches north of the south- ' if
nst corner of lot S. block 76, plat "A." if ),
Salt I.nke City sur-ev, and running ' W
fhenre north eight (S) feet, thence west . 'ft !;
one hundred and ten (110) foot, thence t i'2 i
nontli eight (S) feet, thenco east one .' I
hundrwl and ten (110) feet, to tho place
of beginning. Also a perpetual right of j M
Ingress and egress to nnd from tho floors $ !
In the five-story brick building con- ' j g !
structed on th lands nbove descrlbeI and -. J
other land adjoining the same, which w
building Is known as the Constitution J .
building, through and over the main hall- Z. I
waV3 on the groind floor and on the sev- ft
er-i floors nbovo the ground floor ex- T r'
ter ling east and west through that por- v f
tlon of said building, and also the pr- i
nctuni right-of-way to and from said S.
main hallways on said various floors. $
through the branch hallwnys extending ' jH
from said main hallways to the several Is
floors of said building. And also tho ! ,
Joint ownership and use with others of (IT
the elevator situated In and running ti iji
and from said main hallways on said ft'
last nbove described eight-foot strip of JS'
Innd. and nlso tho Joint use and owner- C !
ship with others of tho steam plant and wi
other machinery used In connection with
the elevator service nnd heating and :H ,
lighting of said building. ifv
An undivided one-seventh of lot 7, -ft.
block -I?. pint "A." Salt Lake City sur- liy
vcv, on and after the 15th day of Octo- ijj'
be'r. A D 1012. and written bids will bo
received nt the office of said Joseph A. 9
JennlngB, room 301. Tribune building. fw i
Salt Lako City. ULoh. 'f 1
Terms of salo aro as follows: Cash,
ten (10) per cent of the purchase prlco JM
to be paid on the date of sale, and tho ft i
balance to, bo. paid VPon confirmation of U J
sale by said court, and the. dcllery of a ig
JOSEPH A. JENNINGS. zjf
Guardian of the persona and estates of fit J
Henry Gordon Jennings nnd Ruth Jen- I I
nlngs, minors. B J
MOTLE- & VAN COTT. Jf il
Attorneys. m j
Dated October Uh. 1012. h477 ,1
NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING
Of Stockholders of Caito Volley Coal Jt
Company. P ;
To tho stockholders of Castle Valley k i
Coal Company: w
Notlco Is hereby given that a special l
meeting of tho stockholders of the. Castlo Ms
Valley Coal Company, a corporation or- IR
ganlzed and existing under nnd by vlrtuo ffi
of tho laws of Wyoming, Is hereby called ffi
to be held at tho office of the company K
In the court house block In the town of Mj
Evanston. county of Uinta and state of
Wyoming, at 12 o'clock noon on Monday. OS
October Hth. 1312. for the following pur- m
poses, to wit: Jo
1. To consider and act tjpon. the action if
of the board of directors of said com- ffc
pany In adopting a resolution authorising ft -and
(a) Tho Issuance and negotiation by f?J 1
this company of a series of trld bonds af '
aggregating one million (Jl. 000.000.00) ffi ;
dollars, to be dated Octobor 1st. 1912, duo ,p
fifteen years after date, drawing Interest
at six per cent per annum. Interest pay- yh
able semi-annually on the first days of j .v
October and April of each year, said j 1 !
bonds to be subject to call by the com-
pany at any time after throe years from f
date on any Interest payment date, and '
convertible Into the capital stock of this If
company at tho option of the owner at fR
any time on or before October 1st. 1915. &
at the rate of one share of said capital
stock for each two dollars of tho face m
or par value of said bonds: t
(b) The execution and delivery by this , Vjt
company to a trustee of a mortgago l
upon and deed of trust of all of tho prop- Iff
crty both real and personal now owned. "h
or which shall at any time during tho iff
Hfo of said mortgage and deed of trust 3
bo owned, by this company to secure ' fl
tho payment of all sums evidenced by ! JB
or to become due under said bonds or -
any thereof, excepting and reserving onlv ' af
from wild mortgage and deed of trust j aL
shares of the capital slock owned by this . (j?
company In other corporations. i Mr
2. To consider and act upon the form !
and terms of the bonds so to be Issued : !M
and tho mortgage and deed of trust so JS
to bo executed, all of which Is fully set ; gf
forth In ald resolution of the board of Oj.
1 directors, and a full and complete copy S
I of which resolution will be presented to JS J
the stockholders of thra company at said gf I
special meeting for ratification or such !i
other action as may bo deemed proper (f t
by said stockholders. ' sir
3. To authorize tho execution and do- J' i
livery of said mortgage and deed of trust ffi
and the issuanco of said bonds by tho iff
proper officers of this company, If said t J I
action of tho board of directors shall ba i j
ratified nnd approved. . il l
. To take nny and nil other step II I
relative to or concerning the Issuanc. if h.
negotiation or sole of said or any of said i I t'
bonds and the execution and delivery of i I t
said mortgage and deed of trust ns may J i f
be deemed advisable by tho stockholders
at said special meeting hereby called. r,
JAMES H. MAYS.
President Caatlo Valley Coal Co. ff'K
G. E FORRESTER. Jl
Secretary Castle Valley Coal Co- J l ?
Dated Salt Lako City, September 5S. ii
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