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1 , THB SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 19, 10 1 2. " " - . . M
9S El LOWER
'Hje Listlessness and Nar
WmUt Changes Feature
If of the Trading'. v.
Jure on leaders
!Bsh;ires Heavy a lie
Sing, but Show 1m
ujl'.KoRK, IS. Extreme Hst-
I Hirf narrow price changes in
IjlHilive issues marked the day's
IE en the stock exchange.
jBftiilnes showed general declines
fltfwith tho heavy tone of the
'iEriet, but these were soon ro
iElinje part. Tho market yiold
ru the afternoon on anuouncc-
;JKt the United Slalea uupreme
4KldJourned for a fortnight with-
"-Krinff decisions on several im
0E!5 of special Interest to the
gomenta during the day ihoro
Knt pressure on Reading-. Union
iBe$ United States Slcel and spe
iJKj aa American Can. Bth
''common and preferred. Ka
Hk, American Woolen prererrcd
vCBbebiick fell 1 tn 2- points.
VEhtr hand, sonic of the equip
kJa were conspicuous for their
;Jnnrlcan Locomotive and New
'jB Brake Bcoring highest prices
"Kgr on small trading. Copper
Mch "were heavy at tho outset.
'IB Utr in connection with ve-
i8B iv 'buying of the metal for
Kit losses were general at the
Ljy loaned, under per cent
tes were inclined to ease ne
ne Improved bank position uis
Ett week's statement
fours woro the feature of Use
irtment, the balance of that
Chr dull and irregular
tilts, par vuluo, were SMuO.OOO.
Elites bonds were unchanged on
Ciwlng Stock List.
Y 1 Sales. H. I L. Clse
toper floIOOO 85 f Si !S5
mroHural ..' uUJ
tlBujal".... 500 uiB 54 ui
t 3,800 -11& I0i 41
i Foundry. :!00 C0j 60 GO
n Oil ?,800 G03 ofli 59
Bcuritles . 100 10i Wk
Utii 200 13 122 12S
wmollve ".. 7,500 -1S4 4CJ 47
U&f & R.-. 5,000 79'i 70;' 7l2
LW.Ileflnlns. 200 120 120 L205
Tel -iOO 1423 1422 1420
' fctfla Co... 1,'JOO S 43ii 4Si
Vi 1,000(108 107a 1072
I 2001102 lion ion
(CTj ........ 300I13S 13S lMTi
BUO 200 lOGk' 1001 lOGg
ta.Eted . 2.7001 41J 40 41S
i a t 1.1001 8!i2 sng 89
i'Fsclflc .. 1 1.300 2G7A'26Gl 2GGJ
'leather ....I i.flOOi 29v; 2Si! 2Si
m & 0.... 200' sui sui si
lit West. ... I .100! 1821 ISiil 1S1
MtPaul.... n.lOOIllG ;115611G3
T 900 lnas'isa '139
l& Iron.... 200 SGi' 3fig 365
btftj Gas .. 200 142 442 1 12
gJucts 1,000 1GJ! In? J52
?in I. ... JGli
B G I i ' "Vi
4. ! 40
f Securities K00 273 28 202
700 34 3ie 341
tpH 700 52 51 512
dwa 1. .
Utttrlc , :.. . lSli
fcmpul 3001138 ir.75 137g
WiOClfs..' 500 460 46 46
datral ... . ' 12S
m-Utl . . 400 191 192 192
! . 300 65 65 G5
"tnc pfd 19
900 lC1 13 12Z
W So .... 500 2S 272 272
J? 200 1051 1054 1051
Wty . ...I 2.700 1741 173g 174il
VjMli . 1 100 146 146 1455
fiSSM.. 200 143 14211412
FfCiilc .... 1.RQ0 44J 431 43Z
BUcuIt ..... 100 1325 132i 1324
&?! 900 60 I 59 5S2
2nd pfd. 100 27l 27i 27
West.... , I....L .! 35
.Western..! 200 116 1116 J1151
rtt(: " S00ll25!i24&124i
2$l 100; nil! 34 34
TS 900,12?. 1231123
C qI-t 1001162'11CR110
:p3- L ' hoes
fejOar ..I 200' S7fc 37l 37
,Hce Car. .... .1. .....Jnecj
,? i 'A , 5G,S00 172 I170V171
i1 8 .... 100i 20! 2Si 251
VV GOOi 91 902 901
Co .... spot 2l 252 25Q
DfdiL1:!0?! C0I 50 cS4
El AIr wnc .1 200 21 201 201
Ri-f 200 49 (9 I 482
IThlFi. " l.r.01) lllfihlU 1102
j iUlrftuy . I 8oo 2931 29 29S
'!" ' "200! 's' 40P. 402
P in ...... I ! "4
l"c n.3o6li72;ii7ii 172
Sir 1001 1,1 31 a15 91
K ...J.... sol
h n,900 5611 3551 55A
J 40.6001 75l 74Ef 743
bjlV 100H113I1115 ni:
5Crrn X. 1.000! 63M 6r.J 7.8
W Chcm. 4001 471 4G 46J
R 1f0 IRI 46 4
IJl'd";; 200 lilj Mi 14
fldtfV,-::;",'whs" T7? 771
iWpbl t h V 2'00 9C' Oil 9
..101 Jan 4J8 91
. i; N- uni;:::: h
n M .K & T ( yr3
' e 3M(? Pllt; 48 714
5. ,!, :onv 5u 87?
4 ; JIJ No. Pc 4s 9S I
, - 74 do 3s GSi
' jiOS L ref is!::: 92
US. " qn? C Cn GfJ SSft
it oi'T.'1,0 cv 48
ef 5s" sit 'JlGn P1(: ,E"" 933
is . ' 22 V cv 4s 1021
.- ' itI0 ,aL f la... 95E
' " 2IMi1 Rt,:cl 5n....lOl2
4js';; ''jWabaHh 1st An.. G9
llScs rm i? Wool, steady;
m fllfC0llMnK antl elothlnp.
kj& hmvy f,nC!
Si,! healthRood di-
Woh rf 25 ccnt8 at
LEAD MARKET WEAK
ID TRIFLE LOWER
Copper Firm in New York at
Unchanged Prices; Spel
ter Is Steady. j
Aw .':,r1!; ,4-G5Jl;iJf
Silver in London ." . .' .' '.', . I
NEW TORTCt Nov. IS Copper, tlrrn;
standard spot, $17.2017.40; November.
? 17. 20 '17. 30; December and January,
517.2017.40; elecUolyllc and lake. $17.62
SJ7.S7; castings, 5I7.2517.37.
Tin. easy: spot to Januaiv, 5i.').705j
J-.ead, weak; $i.654.75.
Spelter, steady; $7.35ii7.45:
Antimony, steady; coolcson's, $10.50.
,r.lin' steady; No. 1 northern, 518.25
lS.iC; No. 2 northern, J17.75'18.25. No.
LrteoJi?:719-351 Xo-1 S0llU,-n
Copper arrivals. 290 tons. Exports this
month. i9GG tons. ExchaiiKe sales, copper
lont'- T-onon copper, slcady; spot,
iS 10s; -futures. 79 5s. London tin,
easy; spot, JE22S 5s; futures, J222S 10s!
Vl' ,cad' ls 2s GlJ- London spelter.
Iron Cleveland warrants, GSs l?d in
New York Money.
N15W l'ORK. .Nov. IS. Money on call
firm. i4'7i5I per cent; ruling raie. 5'i per
cent; closincr bid, 52 per cent: oiTcred at
GJ per cent.
Time loans, steady: slxtv davs. 6 p.r
cent; ninety days, 5Jtf7'6 per cent; six
months, rio per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. 6 per cent.
Sterling exchange steady, with actual
business in bankers" bills ni $4. SI for
sixty-day bills and at $4.Sii15 for de
mand. Commercial bills. $4.S0j.
13nr silver, 621 cents.
Mexican dollars, 4S2 cents.
Government bonds and railroad bonds,
CHICAGO. Xov. IS. Butter, steady;
creameries, 2934c; dairies, 2C(.'31c.
Eggs, steady; receipts, 202S cases; at
mark, cases Included, 2225c; ordinary
firsts, 24c; firsts, 27c.
Cheese, steady; daisies. I7(f?171c; twins,
162170: young Americas, lt52tfj17c; long
Potatoes, steady, receipts, 115 cars;
Michigan, 48(5,53c; Minnesota, 47(5)50c;
Poultry, alive, weal;; turkeys, ISc;
chickens, 10c; springs, lljc.
Veal, slcady, 9l1c.
ELGIN, Til. Nov IS. Bullet", firm,
NEW YORK, Nov. IS. Evaporated ap.
pies, quiet, fancy 80)9c; choice, 7GJ71c,
prime. 6g6!a Prunes, firm; Californlas
up to jJ0-40s, 2S3!'91c: Orcgons. El(g)91c.
Apricots, firmer; choice. 92JB10c: extra
choice, 61Q102c: fancy. ll12ic. Peaches,
steady: choioe, ClU3c; extra choice, US
7c; fancy, 7J5SSC. HalslnSj iuict; loose
muscatels, 446f. choice to fancy seed
ed. n26c; seedless, 3iiG2c; Loncon
Flax, Oats and Hye.
MINNEAPOLIS. Nov. IS. Bran In 100
pound sacks, $18.00tfi18.50.
'Flour, first patents. S4.25(g14.55; wecond
patents, ?4.10fP4.35; first ctears, ?3.10
3.40; second clears, S2.30(g''2. 10.
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON". Xev. 18. The condi
tion of the United States treasury at the
beKlnning of business today was:
Working balance. f90.G47.765.
Tn bonk6 and Phlllpplno treasury. $32,
485.298. Total of general fund. ?1 47,521,863.
Receipts Saturday, 53,607,713.
Tho doficit this fiscal year Is $3,304,901
as against a deficit of f22,711,303 last
The figures for receipts, disbursements
and deficit exclude Panama cannl and
public debt transactions.
NRW TORK, Nov- IS. Cotton dosed
steady, 2231 points higher.
Coffee Futures Steady.
NEW YORK, Nov. IS. Coffco futures
closed steady, net two pointa higher to
two points lower. November. 13.67c; De
cember, 13.04c; January and February,
M.GOc; March, 13-89c: April, I3.95c; May,
14.03c; June. 14,05c; July. 14.07c; August.
14 10c; September and October. 14.13c.
Spot, quiet; Rio 7s, 14ic: Santos Is,
16c; mild, quiet; Cordova. U,r!lSc. 1
Heavy Domestic Receipts,
However, Ofisei News
From Argentine Republic.
CHICAGO, Nov. IS. Sudden strength
doveloped In wheat today after the re
ceipt of news that British troops had
landed at Constantinople There was a
nervous clone, ;3c to 8 (&?. above Satur
Unfavorable weather In Argentina un
settled tho confidence of the wheat early
in the session. Heavy domestic receipts,
however, and world shlnm'tnts larger than
n$!0t'ia .rm.e(1 ni0I e lhan :l offset, May
at 803a a'"' 8fi- wUh IUSt
Shorts who were filghleiied at Iho ac
tion of wheat rallied the corn market.
May closed steady at 4JSc.
Oats displayed independent strength,
making a net gain of fHc
Provisions offerings woro limited and
the market responded (o fair buvlng, of
which considerable was for Investmont
January pork took the lead with an a71
vunce of 25c.
RANGE OP TJIE . LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
December . . 855 SHJ S52 S6Z
.lay di yi oi
JuJ' SSi SS2 , RS" SSS
December .. 47? 472 A ill (7i
)le;y -171 .471 47 47H
Ju'l' (Si -4S2 IS 4S2
December .. 403 31? 302 31
ly -"2 ::2rf -Ml 32
J'y 321 324 H2t 32?
Cash quotations were as follows: Flour
easy: Rye. No. 2. U1G2c; Barlev, feed
or mixtng. 47fiotiL.; fair to choice malt
cover seed. 513.0017.50; mess pork,
1 1.0017.25: Lard (In tierces). 511.371;
short ribs (loose). 51O.25W10.90.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
wyre equal to 1,424.000 bushels. Primary
receipts were 2,331,000 bushels, compared
with 1,218.000 bushels the corresponding
day a year ago. The amount of bread
stuff on ocean passage increased 1.800.000
bushels. Esclmated receipts for tomor
row: Wheal, 130 cara: corn, 294 ears;
oats. 376 cars, hogs. 25,000 head.
KANSAS CITY, Nov. IS. Cattle Re
ceipts. 20,000. Including 1000 southerns;
market, steady. Native steers, $6.25(0
10.75: southern steers, $4.2o(;6.50: south
ern cows and heifers, $3.50(5)5.25; native
cows and heifers. $3.n0(?)8; stockers and
feeders, $l.757,25; bulls, S4 .25i5.7n;
calves, $5,500)9.75: western steers, $5ffRS;
western cows. $3. 0(16, 75.
Hogs Receipts, 9000; market. 10c low
er. .Bulk of sales, $7. 45(Q17. 75; heavy,
$7.65(tp7.75; packers and butchers, $7.50
7.70: light. ?7.30?7.60; pigs. $GrfilG.Y5.
Sheep Receipts, 12,000; market, steadv.
Muttons, ?3.755: lambs, SGPT.CO; range
wethers and yearlings, Sl.5057iG.25; ran?e
CHICAGO. Nov. 18. Cattle Receipts,
25,000; market, steady to a shade lower
Beeves. $5.3011; Texas steers, $4.30
5.60; western steers, $5.509; stockera
and feeders, $4 .10fi)7.10; cows and heif
ers, $2.75(0)7.40. calves, $6.5010.40.
Hogs Receipts, 45,000: market, quiet,
5c to 10c under Saturday's average. Light,
$7.207.75: mixed. $7.307.S0; heavy,
.$7.25tf77.S0; ..rough, .?7.25(ii7,45.: pigs,
$4 .75G .70; bulk of sales, $7.55(fi7.76.
Sheep Receipts, 48.000; market, slow,
generally steady. Nhtivc. $3.50(f?4 .GO;
westerns $3.75(4.00; yearlings, $4.S0tg;G:
lambs, native, $5.50.70; western, $5.75
SOUTH OMAHA. Nov. IS. Cattle Re
ceipts, 1500; market, steady to 10c lower.
Native steers. $0.25(5)9.75; cows and
heifers. ?3.75(fi7; western steers, $5.25
8.25; Texas steers. ?4.05g'6.25; cows and
heifers. ?3.500.50; canners. $3(g'1.40;
stockers and feeders. $1.75J7'7.50; calves,
bulls, stags, etc.. $56.
Hogs Receipts. 8900; market. 10c to 15c
lower. Heavy, $7. 75(JT17.S5; mixed. $7.75
fj)7.S0: light. $7.60(p7.S0. pls, $0.25
7.50; bulk of sates, $7.757.80.
Sheep Roccipts. 13,500; market, steady
to stronger. Yearlings, $4. 50(5. 25:
wctlicrs, $3. 601.40; ewes, $3.2o(Q)4.00;
New York Produce.
NEW YORK, Nov. IS. Flour. aelie
Wheat, spot nulct. No. 2 red $1,004 ele
vator and ?1.07i f. o. b. afloat. Futures
closod l-16c lower to 5-lGc higlier. De
cember closed at 94 9-lGr.
Hops. easy. Pacific coast. 1912. IJ IGc.
Raw sugar, steady. Muscovado. 89 test.
3.55c; centrifugal, .96 test t.05c; molasses,
.89 test. 3.30c. Refined, quiet.
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Grande Ry.; L. J. Kycs, 201 Main st,,
Salt Lake. JM
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. jH
iVotico Is hereby given that sealed bids
will be received by the undersigned up
to 2 p. m., December 3rd, 1312, for tho WM
materials and labor required in tho crec- WM
tlon of tho UT.VIT STATE CAPITOL
BUILDING. IX SALT LAKE CITY.
UTAH, according to plans, .specifications, iH
n,nd drawings, which aro open f6r In- iD
spnetion at thc office of itfli
P.ICIIAItD 1C LET TING, ARCHITECT. iH
415-420 Pelt bldg.,
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH,
and all bids and proposals at the above
time will be publicly opened and rcao IHi
In the offlco of the State Capitol Com
mission, 211 Felt building, Salt Lake
All bids miiHt be addressed to: tB
"UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMWIS-'
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH.
and marked In the lower left-hand cor- WM
ncr: "Bid for Utah State Caplthl Build- IH
In?," naming- ut tho sarqo time tho kinds jH
of work' which tho bid covers, for ex- IH
"Bid for entire Job, excepting heat- iH
lng, plumbing, electric wiring,
"Bid for etone work;
"Bid for plnsterlng,"' IH
etc.! or such bids can be delivered to the
CapltoL Commission at the said time and
piaco for opening same.
Bids must not contain conditions.
Otinllflcations, propositions or any other sHfl
thing than thoBo mentioned in plans. HI
specifications, drawings, contracts and Hl
bonds, and bidders must uso the form of HIH
bids, which will bo found at tho offlc Hl
of, said architect, and no other form ol Hl
bid will bo received.
A certified check or cashier's check on
some bank In Salt Lako City. Utah, for
at least G per ccnt of thc amount of
each bid must bo enclosed. Each check
Is to bo mado payable to the under- iaH
signed, and is to be forfeited to thc tm
dcrslgncd in case tho bid Is accepted and
the bidder docs not enter into the con
tract within ten days after Its ncccp- attH
tancc, for the faithful execution of tin
contract and bond hereinafter men-.
The proposed form of contract shall
be tho "Uniform Contract Revised.
1007," and tho form of bond to bo used
is hereto appended.
A bond must ho furnished for on-half HH
the amount of tho hid. with good and HH
sufficient sureties, all satisfactory to the
The plana and specifications will be IH
open for inspection and use at Um
architect's office in rooms 115-120 Jrelt HaH
bldg., nnd at the office of thc- Utah Stati IH
Capitol Commission. 211 Felt building. IIbB
If any blddor desires lo Imvo onu or ItlvH
more sets of plans Tor his. exclusive uh, IrtaH
tho architect at his option may furubh liH
tlinm against a deposit to him of f7. for IbHH
cnc!i set of plans, $45 of which will bet
refunded on tho return of thn first sot
of plans, etc.. and a refund of $25 each
on any of the subsequent sets, provide HH
said plans, etc., are returned In reason
ably good condition and within two wock.i
after bids arc opened. IH
The plans and Kpeclflcatlons nrr th
properly of thc architect and In nil case Urlafl
must bo returned to thc archl'cct. and HbH
In no case shall the deposit constitute
a purchase price.
Bidders residing out.'.ltlc or Fait Lak
City must pay for the cxpreasagu or iH
plans, etc., botli wnys in all cases. iHI
Tho undersigned docs not obligate It- HaaH
self to accept the lowest or any bid. iHH
Tho competency nnd. responsibility of HIIH
bidders and of their proposed sub-con- mHH
tractors will receive careful cousldem- iLH
tlon In Iho award. liHIIH
Tho bids will be received for the fol- iH
lowing work: IssllB
1. For the building complete, as apoci- saaalH
2, For tho building complete, except- t9Hs?
Ing heating, plumbing, electric, wiring. tM
CemenL plain and roltiforccd con- BLIHI
crcte work, including excavations, atrqc- HallH
tural steel, and setting of same. - liHH
A. Stone work, cutting and setting. AHF
Rrlck work and tho xrcttlng of terra iHIwi
G. FurnlBhlng of terra-cottn. hIBI
(1. Carpenter work. HLBI
7. Plastering. BBlii
i 8. Sheet-metal work. Including sky- HBH
lights and floor light. UEI
9. Marble work, lerrazzo and tllo HB
10. Painting. IhH
11. Miscellaneous and ornamental UtlBI
steel, Iron nnd brass work. fialHH
12. Combination of bids sections 3, f nSiSI
and 5. UBU
13. Heating. HHtl
14. Plumbing. MsB!
IT.. Electric wiring. nkcaK
16. Elevators. .ffHBrj
Tho undersigned shall havp the right inHni
to reject any or all bids and to wnlv lEUflBJ
any Informalities In any proposal. TkHII
Dated at Salt Lako City. Utah, this tmOHi
:?lh day of October, 1012. , JHBflfi
UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMISSION. SMsHf
NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' MEET-
Notice is hereby clven that the aonunl Rlili
meeting or the atockholdcrs of the Godlvu Wsii
Mining company will be hold at tho uffk-e ''uRgK
of tho company, room 723 Kearns build- BiTllfl
ing, Main 6trcet. Salt I-ako City. Utah.
on Monday, tho 2nd day of December, 81 JJif
1D12, at 2:15 o'cioclc m., for tho election i'fpyRB
of directors and offlcoro for tho ensuing f
year, and for the transarllon of such tH'
other buElness as may be- brought Yuvfore U if 'p';
the meeting. M '. ..
JAMES E. BERKLEY, Sccrctar. PVt j