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1 Till.: SALT LA Kb 1 KIHL'M:. V PURDAV MORMGt NOVIfMBbR 2, 1012.
I; busihiess m
is Holiday Observed in
wl European Cities,
AONEY 9 PER CENT
knxicly Regarding- the
)RK, Nov. I. OhFcrvaucc of
nlldnvK at all principal Kuro
rf. Berlin cycptifl, ;ind a
r tomorrow In honor of tlic
Prrnl'Jont .Shrrmuu, jmtvm" to
nvsr operation" on thn local
nico full moiiy rone to P pr
ctlon over cnlorflay': official
nlthoiiKli Hio flo.se was near
i of Impairment, of cloarlnfr
-ves prompted somo ralllrip or
,cal Iwiik". In a penernl way.
omonow's hunk Htatenioiu Is
i work out more favorably than
renal? Indicated. The hluh
u of t lie laat few day. resulted
Inflow of inom-y from Interior
UClilR loral hank louses to a
Pome anxiety hi felt regstrd
UPlnon on the exenanpo was
it of any full day In several
irnhiK prices phowod pen oral
rtth a Kinall pain In Canadian
his was followed by general ;
wlilch obliterated all early
then a Ions period of stap
the close, when It became
t there would be no repetition
y money .nin;er.e. tho market
prcw moderately active, clos
iromhicnt i-nllro.-ul systnms Ix
ns for September. The St.
showed a net pain for that
5920.000. while the Pennsyl
1 r7MO0 on Its eastern Hues
0 on those west of Plttsburp.
Central showed a net decrease
ere firm, with marked Jm
In speculative Issues. Total
value), SI, 110.000. United
ivcrnment bunds wero un
closing Stock List.
Ceppir i SO.iOOl SI I 33 I f3;
rlmllgfal . .1 ul'j
tt Sujar .! 7Kil C 87 5
n . ! 5.1001 10',' 33';! 0i
' 40tli:oiii:n; laos
r lMr I 300! r.o c?i
lion Oil 500 57 I 57 """J
t S-cur sooi :o I 19; 20
ti't-A ' ioo' i5 i 15 n;
KomoilTe . .1 t'WI i I (3i i;;
itit ft nf ..i i.sool S2 I si
... i ioo)i07; 1071; ho;
)i sur net . . IOOi;Hilj:2iJli'.':Vi
f.Tel fc Ttl . ..' l.MOllJill42 lt:Vj
t Tebicca . . l.SOOl:7Sl27 I277U
l MIolBt Co. . ..I 1.3001 12-il ',l 2;
. ..I 2.3Wll07"ill06i;ll0',
K I 100II02 '101 llOl'i
JCorn i.jnf ..' i(inli3JT;:is!;U3rs
Ohio ..! 6f)J10Cfcl I077ll0o
P Siwi . .1 1.000! ic l 151,41 ;,i
lUptif Turi'.t 1 2,100 90'-' i9;t 85';
rlfle .1 s.OOOk'61 I2f.2;l3
pu'btr I 00l 32 I 3H;I 31;
N Ohio .1 1001 8lM SI I M'.t
Ortlt Wtslcrn .! 10OI 10'.; J9';l 19';
M k $1 I'ul . . I 2.0O0UO5n!l0J'.lil03li
. NOfllinflteni.. I 200 13'J; 11.19'.;' I3K
,Fuel l Iron, ..I cool 30 U 35; I 3C
c . ! 2oolmilii;;!n3,
. l.SOOt 17',l l'l 17
it Hik1uc t I I 'iCS'i
Rio (Iramlo ...I I I I 20n
1 1 ; 137
?r I 500I 2j; 2;t 2CVj
: I ?.cool sih 3t I 30;
C t Unt . ... I ;ool 52 I 52 ' 51 ;
tor 11 pi7 1 1 1 ! 43
:Etruir . ... IMllSP.J HIV.ilSOn
tofthru pM ...J 5O0'l3S Il37'ill37
I " .1 500! 47 -47 I 46i
ffCnlul ....! I I i23;
: Mtt ....! $ooi :o l is?;' is-;
II ' irrmr . . 1 coolilo'jlv:o.;lrjou
. Id0 pfj . . ..! I ....I... .1 13
HI" snil rump ..! '.... I.. ...I 25
rCI'r Jouthtin . ' 700' isu! 27; i ;s
,11 .' I ' 1105
t fall -"l. 1 1.5(Vyll73ill78'.iH73'4
','tTlt 3flOH57 1137 1157'.
. '.t-f' 5 S M !Mll0U'lHHii0.
W ij X Tesa J 1001 27i! 27! j:s;
1 i.tlllL 1 1.400' 42U! 12 HI 42u I
.i. P1"" . ...1 sMiisswinmiinou
. .' 200' ;s';i c:
iJIti j pfd 1 1 ..... I ..... I 2!
1 !.0M!lVi!lt4 Mil
' ..: ! 35;
WcUf b ..' I ' ....lni;
? ' ! I ss'i
l8' . ..J l.fi0ll4 iissiissj:
1 ' '"'i'iooiisiiiiits'jiiit "
1 t iiic;
t S toun. ... 100 10 IIO-J ho-;
tl Cr ' "'' " 2SV'' S' '
' Jcjoj'KO-i'iro M:o
" Sue!. . ..' Ji;l jjv,l 3IV
. .' 30.)' 02-l S2
1 f . ' 1.S00' 3fijl 2.i js;
r -sii m '1 1M! 10 I ;0 '
L.at . 't "i(V)i 26' 20;l Jo'
8ltsl t l:ou ...I I.. .1 X
'lf,f ' LSMillO'f lOfluluu
...I 1. 100' 2Sil SOU' 23
Sleel . !l 1S.I)0I 7s4' 7l!i 75i
i ". ' 100! ll 1 1 Hi
WJK , Nev York Bonds.
E; 1pl ' c so ir (1 as
Hk 'mi; m. k'ji. t' lii ii:;::
K" ? , lOI'S Mo PAcIf I. 71-
Kf' . ')'. J RT of M l. . 60
raajW,.?' .. 'o tin ub ( ...r.. 9t;
Sjiff " NX 5f e, 4 "j
. ,4Wv;, 1 7,,'-9ri ! :ioj
UlMLt. Cottn Market.
Kkj0r 'roUo" 'lo,c, o
ggjjP A. Pollock & Co.
STOCK EXCHANGE CLOSED
Prices Somewhat Lower and There Is No Aggres
sive Buying or Selling Under the
By Thoma C. Shotwell.
By International New h'ervire.
NEW YORK. Nov. 1. necaiiise there
will be no jtock market in Aiiht
leu tomorrow or next TueJny and
beeaujio the Turkish wartls draw
ing to a iloso. trading wan on a
llpht prale hi Wall street today. Irlen
were j-onicwhat lower but there -wnx
neither buylnp nor holllns of an aj-reHplve
natuie. Tho markei wa simply left as
nearly alone a it wan poffdbli; to do po.
Only on tint curb was there ajiy activity
and there only In United ("tpar Stores
ptock. whleh went to a nw high record
In tho midst of great excitement -among
the trad era.
learnings reported for the day were of
the fame icmarkahl nature aa ihose that
have been made publlr fiom time to nni.
St. Paid attracted great attention with
Us September earnlngH. whleli hho-.vcd a
groH nere(e for all lines of 1.272,'5no
anrj a net inereaso of 1.21K.52S. II l ho
glnnlng to appear definitely that St. Paul
ban turned the corner and In bonded for
betler times. The nystem Is loading fi'JOO
ears a day now. which Is 1000 more than
wax belnc loaded a year ago. This Is
slmplv one exhibition of tho many that
will be made later of the remarkable rail
road earnings as a result of the erops.
New York Central earnings were not so
good, for the gross Incrnnfle of M.li-
DUN'S REVIEW OF TRADE.
Remarkable Activity and Soundness Re
ported In AH Line.
Ni:Y YOIiK'. N'ov. 1. R. G. Dun &
Co.'.s Weekly Review of Trade tomorrow
So far as the business outlook la con
cerned, conditions continue those of re
markable activity and soundness In most
Industrial and mercantile lines.
One of the' most Important develop
ments Is the energy and courage of the
rallroadH in the purchase of new rolling
stock and other supplies n order to pre
pare for the expansion of trndc. Pro
duction In Iron and steel Is limited only
by capacity of mills and time and labor
and yet consumption still outstrips pro
duction and prompt delivery Is diffi
cult. In rails some mills are sold ahead up
to June and new business keeps up well
notwithstanding rolls for spring track
laying cannot bo made by tho leading In
terests. Thcro Is a continued scarcity of
crude steel and' lots for -prompt delivery
command a premium, whllo steel bars,
plates find shapes are strongly held.
The drypooda trado has been steady
and prices have shown pronounced firm
ness. In cotton the .lobbing trades are
receiving re-brdors ciulle freely, and as
slocks In first hands arc low. the main
tained demand accounts ror the firmness
In values and the readiness with which
prices advance with the appearance of nr.
No Business Hesitancy on Account of the
NKW YORK. Nov. 1. Uradstreet's to
morrow will say:
Trade movement', considered In a. col
lective sense, show no material hesitancy
because of the-iminlncnee-of-rhe-preslden-t
la I election.
In the great surplus ccreal-prodnelnp
sections buving continues unabated and
it Is only in the cast that there Is a ten
dency to mark lime, but there as else-'
where business Is strongly buttressed
witli orders previously booked. The In
tegral part of the situation can be en
compassed in the statement that there Is
need for goods and that stocks at first
hand, are light, the shortage of labor
together with heavy eonsumlHlvo reo.11 re
meiits having made for Under-production.
Jobbing trade In the northwest, south
west and middle-west continues excep
tionally good. Throughout a large part of
the south ami on to the Pacific coast Im
provement Is mirrored forth, though In
the lower south Atlantic states things are
dull this section being about the only
backward part of the country, for which
condition a poor and late cotton crop is
nialnlv responsible. The wheels of In
dustry continue to move at a swift pace.
Business failures In the United .States
fu.r the week ending October ..1 were -o0
against 'Ji'O last week. .
Wheat, including flour exports rrom the
United States and Canada for the week
ending October ::i aggregated fi.-MS.-isi
bushels against ii.o::..f01 last week.
Corn exports for the week are Sl.o.'O
bushels agnlnst ll'9.i::S last week.
Note Canadian failures not given this
Bradstrcct's Bauk Clearings.
NUW YOKK Nor. 1. HraUstrccfn banU cltir
lns "Port for r wrtU "nK October r.l thows
nn aw-sslc or Jt.ICJ.555.000. ll M..47.
355.0M Uil wer-U an1 J3.302.f-C0.O-M In thn eorrc.
loiaing weelf U?t K". Tlic followtns le .1 111
New VorV JC.Ot5.S7t.OJ0 .0
!ciuVaK9 310.205.000 0.0 ....
' l Lou In 75.M0.tMfl
KimM cur .M2-2
Sin I'ranclico t,-:!f9x.
Bltlmorr 22'!i?SSn 7'6
nv orictu co.ine.ooo It.S
n.iroi, :i.o,ooa 14.
lit "nseli ASW.00O 9 -
OliUu . U.301.000 M.3 ....
Mni..L . . ll.74ti.00A 3.0 ....
.".11 waiiKri" i .
Aiuiiu JJ-iS-SS ";'s
PoitUnd. Or ;i''!SS2J JVi '
sr.ttis Jri V
a p.U 1I.30j.OM .... "
uViit.io "-iK-SS n" -j-
Dcnvcr ... H'-HJ ' IV k .'.T
InrfUnapoIlK ill' -"
W.hlDKton. D C .i'iri'SSn ' S "'
.MmpliU a l ""
SALT LAKE CITY. ... C. So.OW J.O ....
spova. wi. f;J ;;;;
Sft'v f?: : ::
Oklaliom rSf'SSA - -
Lincoln H?H ' lis
TODfkn I.Mn.t0 .... JJ
sJcMiAWto. Cal .so.fo .... '
stoeuton ciV gw yti ;;.
llnlne. In .,
Mu.kocvo. Ok1 1ii?'SS "i" "
OKOru. Utah ... :;
sioux KAiii. 8. n 7W.6W 1:
Krfnont. Nfb: ttt;ow -
Coffco Futures Steady.
VlCW YOKIf . Nor. 1. -Coffer tuturM toJ
UMiJr. n't t point lilsbcr to 1 point loirr. No
vrX'r. 14.10c: ntctmhor. !U!c: J-nu.rr, XM;
Tclinurr la.S: March. H.l-m. April, 1S.15-
5ui j4.j:c: Juur. tt.ao: Juir a& a6m,
14.!tc: t?eilmtr nt October. I4.7je.
8i5t. tUdr; 1U0 No. 7. -So 1
Wic Mild. quUt: CordQTi. tW.
Condition of tho Treasury.
WASHINGTON". Not. 1. Tht condltloa of h
I'tihtil Ftis trrayury t the tlnnlnc ot bu4
Working balance 2MS; i:l
In innkn md rMltpplne UMWry
Tolnl ot Rrner.l fund i' .
n---ipt ftrrd-r yilttll
T drfl-lt Ibln nrl yrtr . J:7.'.4,': Jsa'ti-t
4 )rncll or JW 1" Ml lt
The Hbutm for rr'elpl?- llb'irtepinrt md
1 d-PMt 'icliidr rnni taal and publlr ilb
was ronvorted to .1 net decrcA?: of J432,
022 hec.ue of an incronre of oporatlnc
exprnnes. This Inrrenf. of operntlns ex
pennrf. however. Is due very Iwrpely to
fpeeJal effortn made lo cet the systern in
xhape to bainlle tlif bit: luminous that the
erops will brlir-r. SearF-Itoebuek reported
that for Ortobor 2. the volume of wilea
had Inerea5el ten per enit anil had been
established at a new Irish record.
Pall moriy went lo ? per cent, which
l the same prlcr reached on Thursday.
CoiiKlderln? the many llrinss that mipht
happen before nndber biu'lnrus day in
Wall street, the rato was eonnldered con
Hervative. Ijndon woji celebrating a holi
day todav and the stock exchanges! arc
It In understood this, nfternoon that the
TnrkiHh trovernmetit had resumed nepro
llatloiiH with .1 P. aiorcan t- Co. for
the Joan that waa denied about three
week a so. The latest report Is that J60,
OOO.nnO of fH'o per cent bonds are to be
issued. The banker, are to pel them at
00 and offer them to the public at ?5.
The bonds are to be taken, however, 'only
on the dlKtlnct understanding that Turkey
I9 to make peace as quickly as possible.
Tim fact that IbeKC terms have been ac
cepted means J hat the first definite step
has been taken to end the Turkish war.
All the cxchfinces. In Wall street will be
elosed tomorrow. London will be open
both tomorrow and next Tuesday.
CHICAGO. Nov. 1. Cattle Rereipts.
2500; market steady: beeves. ?5 .SO'S' 1 1 .00;
Texas steers. 3 1 .JIofTo B.'i; western steers,
$5.50(7?9.2o; blockers and feeders. ?4.2fiJf
7.r0: cows and heifers, $2.70ff T.'JB; calves,
Hoqs necclpts. 12.000: market strons,
fie (richer: llshl. 5".2Sffi)".ori; mixed. $7.45
(fTS.00; hcavv, ST.'JftfTT.Ou: rouch. 17.201
7.10; pics, $1.7o(?J)7.2o; bulk of sales, J7.20
Sheep Receipts, 600ft; ma met steady to
10c hlcher; native. $?,. lOifi -l.nS; western,
GO'S 1.60; yearllncs. .fiO'a S.fio . na
tive lambs, 53.00r7.20; western lambs,
?o. 25(3:7. 00.
KANSAS . CITY. Nov. 1. Cattle Re
ceipts. 1200. including H00 southerns; mar
ket steady, native steers. S6.5010.75:
southern steers, 51.250.15; southern
cows and heifers, $3. 25 ipTi.Co; native cows
and heifers. $3.255rS.O0; stockers nnd
feeders. 1 .50tf)7. 25, bulls, 54.205;5.25;
calves. 55 .OOio .00 ; western steers, '55.00
((PR 50; western cows, ?3.50G.50.
Hogs Receipts, 1000; market 5c hlch
er; bulk of sales. .$7.50?? 7. SO; heavy, $7 75
7.85: packers and butchers, $7 .fiO.SO;
lltjht. $7.40(7?7.G5; pics, Sfi. 00(7. 00.
Sheep Receipts. 3000; market 10c hlch
er; muttons. $11. 505' I .S5; lambs. $6.00'u)
7.10: ranpe wethers and vearllngs. 54.00
(JfiU.OO; rane ewes, 52.50)4.25.
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. I. Cattle Re
ceipts, 2000: steady to weaker: native
steers 5(5. 2010. 00; cows and heifers,
S3. 05(5 6. 50; western steers. 55.25ff2S.00;
Texas steers. 4 .505TC .25: heifers. 53.25
0.00; canners, S3. 00()4.25", stockers and
feeders. 54.50(a)7.75; calves. 54.75-7.75;
bulls, stasjs, etc., ?4.40frr..60.
Hogs Receipts, 4200; market 5c lusher;
hcavj. 57. 007. 70; mixed. S7.G5fi7.75;
Hsht. 57.70g7.S0j jilga. 5C.25(ff7.50; bulk
of sales, J7.65(Z7.75.
Sheei) Receipts, 1G00: market steady;
yearllpcs. S4.25(ff 5.15; wethers. 53.80
4.35; ewes. ?3. 00(0)3. 00; lamtis SG.25(Sj)
CHICAGO. Nov. I. Eutter firm; cresm
crlesv 2C(f?30Jc; dairies. 235(fii2Sc.
Etjgs firm; receipts, 7202 cases: at
mark, cases Included. lDOc; ordinary
firsts. 22c; firsts, 25c.
Cheese steady; daisies. 17J(?TI7?c; twins,
152517c; young Americas. 17iI7?c; Jonc
Potatoes steady: receipts. 40 cars; Mich
igan. 45f?48c; Minnesota. 42Ci'45c; Wis
consin, 43(5 ISc.
Now York Money.
NKW YORK, Nov. 1. Moncv on call,
strong. GffrO per cent; ruling rate, 5 per
cent: closing bid, ij; offered at CJ.
Time loans, strong; sixty and ninety
days, G prr cent; six months njfg-fic.
Prime mercantile paper, c per cent.
Sterling exchange, heavy, with actual
business in bunkers' bills at 54.81.75 for
sixty-day bills and at 54. $.'.50 for de
mand. Commorclal bills, $4. SI.
IBar silver. 02c.
Mexican dollars. 4SJc.
Government bonds, steady; railroad
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUI.. Nov. 1. Wool. teidj. Medium
cratlei. comlilnc .mil cloililns. JS'jSSc; llslit
line. 19021c; heavy flnp. UgiSr; tub lied.
NUW YOKK. Nov. 1. Evaporiled Apple. In
active. Pnines. unsettled Apricot?, ittJd;.
I'caclicr. quirt. ftalrlas, llrm; cbolce to faocy
Itch! Itch! Itch: Scratch! Scratch!
Scratch! The more you scratch the worse
the Itch. Try IDoan's Ointment. It cures
plies, eczema, any skin Itching. All drug
gists sell It.
A lazy liver leads to chronic dyspepsia
and constipation weakens the whole
tern. Doan's Regulcts (25 cents pei box)
correct the liver, tone tho stomach, cut
DENVER I RIO GRANDE i
BACK EAST EXCURSIONS
Oct. 11th. Limit Oct. 31st.
Oct. 19th. Limit Jan. 31t.
Nov. -23rd. 25th. Limit Jan. 31t.
Dec. 21t. 23rd. Limit Feb. 28th.
Denvor. Colorado Springs S22-50
Omaha. Kansas City ......540.00
San Francises , $40.00
Low rates to other eastern points on
Stopovers. Diverse routes.
To all parts of tho world,
SOI Main St. Ptiona Wasatch 2525.
National Bank of the Republic
A thoroughly modern cavlnya depart
ment conductud In connection with this
bank. Fsfc deposit boxes for vent. U. S
Frank Knox, president: James A. Mur.
ray, vice president; W. F, Earls, cashier;
E. A. Culbertson. assistant cashier.
Capital paid in. 1300.000. Interest paid
on time dtiioslt.
IN CHICAGO MARKET
Speedy lfnd to tlic Turkish
War and Heavy Receipts
Are Bearish Factors.
CHICAGO. Nov. l. Wheat today
sacked to nonr th' lowest point this sea
son. Prospects of a speedy end to the
Turkish war had a. sood deal to do with
taking the snap out of the market. Clos
Inc prlceH were -weak, lie to H'filSc under
Ust nlKht. Corn closed le to lle down,
oats nt a drcliii- of 1 to Jfrtc and provi
sions h to lower.
Jlrnvlness rub-d wheat from the outs't.
Rallies were fw and In no case Import
ant. News that Argentine rains Iiad not
done much dumase; unluadlnj; by those
wiio did not rare to r a stouj)age of
biiHliK.-s until .Monday and tho fact that
tho Increase of sriockH this wok at Minne
apolis ami Dululh was more than double
Unit of a ycir ago were bearish factors,
nercinbor dHivnry n Chicago tanged
from Snip lo ffIc. with last sales U'rlJc
net lower at S0irP0c.
Corn wenl to new low prion for the
present crop. Constantly incrpanin?: re
ceipts save Hi, market a Urwy tone.
Moreover. Argrntlnc shipments this week
broke all records 7.7C1. 000 hushHs
agnlnst none a year ago. December
flucttiated between ."1 and 5 1 Jo. cloning
weak at ;,1. -a fall of He from last night.
Cash grades w-f-rc slow. No. ' vellow was
diiotcd at .'.n'JjonSc.
In oats as well as corn, values touched
11 new low b-vel compared with previous
prices this season. Outside prices proverl
to be .11 Jc and .".lie with the close c off
Although provisions opened firmer be
cause or an advance at the vards. the
market soon weakened under tho Influ
enct! pf cheaper cereals. The outcome was
an all-around d.-clfnc pork. 2lc; latd. 5
lo 121c. nnd ribs. 5 to le.
ItANGK 01' THE LEADING KCTLT.KS.
Whel Openlnic. Hiphett. Lo eM. Clojlnr.
P.rc ?0;i so?; D'i M
W '''i 0511 S5'J ;
JlT 02V, ', nit
"rc 5JT; :,t; m
W 5n. 5i; ;o-. r,o-i
JUor.u- :'2!l 2'1
:: :::::::: US 25: 2S "if
Ju't ss jail, zr.
CaMj quotidont wer a follow Vlou'r. tj:
rye. .No. 2. STliSjGSe; lurle.r. fert or mUinc.
-; Mir to choice lualtlnc C037:-: ihnoilir
iced. tS.O-ips.SS; clover cecd. UZ.OOa 1S.00; dicm
CDPPER GOES LOWER
Lake Now a Trifle Higher in
Price Than Electrolytic;
Lead and Spelter Early.
. vvv.-v.". .
-r Copper felectitO $17.378'5'lT.'5'r4 i
. Lead; New York, offered at....?S.OO -
4- tlar silver SJJc .
5 Silver In London 2yd -y
NKW YORK. Nov. J. Copper unset
tled: standard spot. l?.7.i bid; Novem
ber. Jiet'ember. IS.Trift IT.l..; eleetrolvtic.
17 riTf? nominal: lake. 17.524il7.S7;
t-itsllugs. 1 ".tT.fj 1 1.37.
Tin. dull: snot. SO.OO'o i0."i7: November,
lfi.ir.'d SO.tn: December. r0.12'd 50.50.
Ld, easj ; offered, .00; spelter. .asy,
7.55 ti 7.4S.
Antimony, quiet; cookson's. 10.30.
Iron, firm and nnchsutged.
Copper exports for October. 2t.S70 ton?.
London copper firm. Spot. JE75 7s fid:
futures. 75. London tin firm: spot.
futures. 15s. London lead.
10. London spelter. 27 7s r,d. Iron,
Cleveland warrants, 67s f!d in London.
Nc-w York Produce.
t NKW YORK. So. 1. Hour quiet n-l lorr
' f tl.
j Wheat Spot. retj: No. 2 reil. II M elTtor
I nd 1.0" f.o.b. f.ot: No. 1 aorthexn Duluth.
HMc f.o.b. ".ot. rutr- cIok-0 lfjlll? net
lo er: Peeembrr eloei5 97,e: t 01S-
K-ed. li nd liop?, utesidy.
llldei. Atm: llocota. :5a.Tc:: Central Atntrlc.
Wool ind turpentine, nul't. '
Raw im;r. tAd: mu'corado. .15 test. 3.5"c:
eontrlliicat. -H test. t-ic: moJawej. .S tu
2.30c. Ucftned. uteadr-
Jlax, Oats and Rye.
MINNEAPOLIS. Not. 1. Bran. I.50f 150-J.
Plonr firm patent. J.S"1"4.5S: second pat
entt. J4.:oat.3: flrt cleare, iZ.ZOftl.iO; aecond
'.clean, j:. 402.70.
j Klax. 91.41. Earl-. tUTSSc.
pork. t.2'fil.:;,i:: Urd. In tierces. $10 SO:
hort ribs, looae. JlO.J'f 10.T3.
Total clearancea ot heat and flour wer eaual
to 40'.0fl0 bushel. Ksport tor th week.
honn by nrdtrefit. were equal to "0.fri0
bud)ilf. Primary receipt- wero 2.1'.'.100 buheU.
compared Mi 1.073.000 bushed the corrt-pond-1ns
dv a year aso. Kstlm.ated reeelpti tor to
morrow: Wheat. S3 cn; corn. 101 cars. oats.
21 cars: ho, 700 head
A few of the many things
the Repuhli c 3. n State
done for the State
The Republican Party has provided good roads legis
lation v t ha t makes the system Tor highway construction m
Utah the peer of any state road system in this country.
During the past four years provision has been made
by the Republican Party for State funds in excess of $538,
700.00 lo be expended on the State road system. Of this
amount $440,200.00 was provided by the Legislature of 1011.
BRIDGES FOR STATE AND COUNTY
Five bridges, costing $77,200.00, have been built and
paid for two spanning the Green River, one the Grand
River, one on the Sevier River and one the &an Juan River.
The various counties of the State have met the State
appropriations for good roads with provision for $279,506.
31. Of this amount $246,256.31 was provided in 1011. aud
.1912, making the magnificent sum of State and County ap
propriations for public roads in the past two years reach
the total of $686,456.31.
EDUCATIONAL EXPENSES !
During the past two years 75',2 per cent of the cnfiV.e t
revenue to the State derived from taxation has been de
voted to educational purposes.
The State has successfully earned to completion two
large reservoir projects, and is already establishing colonies
under the projects.
The Republican Party lias provided for the erection of
a State Capitol Building and the present Republican ad
ministration has so handled the fiuauccs of the Stare that
approximately one aud a quarter million dollars is avail
able for the Capitol Building and it can be constructed
without bonding the Statp.
REDUCTION OF STATE TAX LEVY
The Republican Party this year reduced the State tax
levy one-half mill, saving to the tax payers of Utah $100,-
A Republican Legislature aud a Republican Governor
placed t he higher institutions of learning on a permanent
income basis; provided for the spleudid juvenile court sys
tem now in operation in this State; placed on the statute
books the nine hour law for women, the child labor law and
I many other important measures for the protection of life,
limb and property.
Has uot the Republican Party met all the requirements
and been successful in its administration of public affairs?
Vote the Republican Ticket for National. 'State. Judi
cial. County and Precinct nomiuees.
Vote for Prosperity, Success
and a Continued Wise
Democratic Ticket I
For President: - - W00DR0W WILSON
For Vice-President: THOS. R. MARSHALL
Democratic State Ticket Salt Lake
rSSswTriSv County Democratic Ticket gfl
O. V. Powers Salt Lake. A lfl
T. H KiUzeraM. Fait I.ak. FaTr County Commissioner:
James Andrus. St. George. -,n J!f f-oo'. four-year ter ffiH
Consreasnien: Jovih L,ndsrT' tW-v"r Urm
T. D. Juhnson. U"dcn. For County Clerk: Sl
Matbonihah Thomas, Snlt Lake. Ben S. Kive jH
Governor: - For Sheriff: 9H
John Irntik Tolton, Rearer. j0j,n r Barb-dee. Bl
Attorney General: TraKii-,r-
Sccrotary of State: . HH
Charles EnRlnnd, Loan. For A Forney. WM
j.. Henry (.. Lund. HH
Johu S. Blain, Sprinc CUt. For Recorder: IH
Treasurer: Stephen L. Moyle. y
-IoLd t". Mcndcnball. Sprineville. For Auditor: 1
Superintendent of Public Instruction C. Ivcr-oa. Hl
A. O. Nelson, Salt Lake. For Afses8or: BH
Justice of Supreme Court: j0nn Halveraoc. HH
Le Grand Vouo?, Salt Lake. Kl
For Surveyor: a BH
Democratic Legislative jton II
For Senators: A. J. Weber.
Simon Bamberger. b. W . Stewart.
Culbert L. Ol.-on. District Attorney: fll
.loKeph F. Merrill. Hay A'an Cott.
For Representatives: v r". T 1 Hl
' 8: It caricnut. Dsmocratic City licket
Jlcrrill liorno. -.y For City Judges: IH
'?'nT( .Burton. f- John F. Tobin. H
SR NhMrf8, J. M. Hamilton.
Isabella Kenner. Tn City Justice of the Peace: H
A. Robert Larson. .Tosoph A. "iouiii:.
Robert H. Siddowaj. For City Constable: IH
J. W McKinney. John Shea.
Progressive Rally I
GARRICK THEATRE TONIGHT
Speakers Hon. Nephi L. Morris Hon. Lewis Larson, IH
Hon. W. D. Livingston. H
Come and Hear the Next Governor and Congressman. HH
Music, Singing, Elc. WM
Progressive State Ticket Eighth Legislative District H
For Electorp of President and Vice Tor Representatives: H
t tv r TIuj b,.,.... Ilorauu Burkensbaw. bandv.
President of the United States. p.r,cv p c ijristenscn. Bait Lake.
Myra M. Do Wolfe, Milford. Huh W. Doiif-alt. Salt Lake.
Mnry G. Coulter, Ogdcn. 'tk. Lavinn Livingston, Salt Lake
r: t r0fn.n)r r,,.n Thonia? P. Vaic. liivcrton.
G J. Carpenter Provo. ()ain V. RiisjcII, Salt Lake.
Hiiro Deprczin, Lurcka. .iaic n. Turner. Salt Lake.
For Representatives In Congress: -rIlV'".a Wilkinson. Salt Lake. H
Stephen II. Love. Salt Lake. Dr. C iirt is A. Wherry, Salt Lake. H
Lewis Larson, Sanpete." G' R- Wo1-- BmRham. VM
FovT8iraoM o . I i. Salt Lake County IH
-Nephi L. Morris. Salt Lake. For County Cormnl6aionor: J I
For Secretary of State: ( Four-yea r-terni.) HLI
Frank J. Hcudcrsbot. Jr., Ogden. . Adolph Richter, Salt Lake. iH
. ... For County Commissioner: HH
For State Auditor: (Two-vear-torm.) RH
Walter Adams, Provo. lessc ir Wheeler. Murray. H
For State Treasurer: For Sheriff: H
O. W. Adams, Locan. John S. Cor'e?.. bait Lake. WM
For County Clerk: IH
For Attorney Genera . cb , w Lawrence, Salt Lake. H
George . La-vrcncc. salt Lake. For County Treasurer:
For JuBtice of Supreme Court: tclvin C. Morris, Forest Dale.
O'dcn liilcs. Salt Lake. For County Auditor:
lu'MMM. .fth. Third FSSSrTy:1''0'"'' DJI'-
Judicial District: Bricbam ClepB. Salt Lake. IH
W. tl. Bramel. For county Recorder:
(jeorjie F. Goodwin. Charles A. Weaver, Salt Lake. WM
Nicholas A. Robertson. For Comity Assessor: WM
9eo"h ,,1,V!U1- Charles D. RooklidKc, Salt Lake.
.1. J. Wbitakcr. For county Surveyor:
For District Attorney: H. Lester Fox, Salt Lake. Hl
Robert B Porter. prednct Jkkd WM
Eighth Legislative District kToK.o, sau i,ak. M
For Senators of the Sixth Senatorial Be" F. Johnson.
District: For . ytico of tho Peace:
Joseph J. Cannon. William A. Holmau, Salt Lake.
Orson II. Hewlett. For Constable:
l'rcd A. bwcet. William R. Graham, Salt Lake.
REPUBLICAN JUDICIAL TICKET I
SUMMIT SALT LAKE TOOELE I
For District Judges: H
CHARLES Y. .rOKSB, ''! '
MORRIS L. RITCHIE,
THOMAS J). LEWIS,
GEORGE G. ARMSTRONG,
FREDERICK C. LOOFBOUROW.
For District Attorney: k H
ELMER O. LEATHER WOOD.
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HI Agents for Merle . Heaney Mfg. Co. Billiard and Pool Tablet and ipH
Saloon Fixture. JH
W. L. WETHERBEE CO.
THE LEADING MANUFACTURERS AND DESIGNERS OF
Show Cases, Bank, Drug & Bar Fixtures, Billiard and
Pool Table Supplier
OFFICE AND FACTORY: 158-160 WEST FIRST SOUTH 5TREET, IH
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH.
Floor Space 1?07. 1400 Sri'.jirs Feet. fH
Phona Wasatch 6228. Floor Space 1312, 14,250 aqure Feet