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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER. 20,-1912, ' 11
l PIES RALLY
j 1 DEPRESS10IU
H lery Follows Brief Peri
j'J ff vVeakness in Morn
I J. jn? Hours.
j TALK HELPFUL
jjcls for Settlement of
I (ikan War Act as a
j j Mild Tonic.
70nK. 1- After a lein
! f'prtlon Pr,ecs r 6tocKS ''allied
j'aj st the close net changes
I principal Issues were small,
? nlnr was heavy and quotations
Srfy trading gave Tray on com-
Jr small offering. Canadian
I ihlch was weak in London be
i f opening here, continued Its de-
ftrlshtcr prospects for peace
'' Balkans acted as a mild tonic,
i ifte midday trading: tho losses
th representative stocks were
. X Towards the close quotations
iJlt conspicuous changes of the
I n smoruf stocks ordlnnrllv Inac
. 0f which were subjected to
an Brake Slioc preferred lost
(.American Woolen. 35: Bcthle-
', JJil, 2i. American Cotton Oil.
it mrtntlv has attracted some at-
; b7 Its'rlse, lost 2 points.
Jbt tlie better prospects for the
J f ttie Balkan war. a decline In
j 'tichanse rates attracted some
, i Demand sterling fell to the
Mint of the year. A settlement
ssr would cause a decided re
i,n financial circles in "Europe,
(jthc return to the regular chan-
i lirse amount of money -which
- la held up for more than two
t 'ar.d It is thought might place
- a bankers in a position to bid
' tfly affuln for a part of the
i fftrinss of South African gold In
I : were dull, Total sales Cpar
3 1 States bonds unchanged on
.i Closing Stock List.
I Sales, If. I L. IClse
K' ipper I 8,0001 S5"S35fS4J
5 m ,...!.... 1 6Cg
Beet Sugar.. 1,000 51!J 54 54
t a Can 5.000 41 Dl 102, US
trf ' 1,000 122V122
I I k F I 300 5331 5!H 50i
1 Jjlton Oil....' 4,100 59il 575! 551
B (....!.... mi
1: United ... I tiOO 125 r.'k'l 121
I jJCO. ! .1,000 47H 4G!,' -i7
II I k Ref.... 2,400 75J 7!i 7H
tfWa S00 1065 1062! 10G
t,Bir Ref-.-. I00!120i!l20fc'120i
tLfcT ! 300J142fi142BjU2J
Q1CC0 !.... 2GD
Vpto. CO BOO, 4.1S 4P,j 4.".J
:T.pl ( 3,100 1075 107l!;107i:
rfcred 100 101 101'J lOlfc
XM & Line... I 200 I37J 137jlir,7i!
!lVrt L O S00 lOGfl lOCijlOfi
Steel 1G.B00 41 594 3U3
)fc R. T liOO 00 894 Sllfc
-rfc Pac 1 5,000 2052 2S4t-'04!i
j-Ltatlicr .,.1 .1,700 2Bi 27fi! 28;
b Ohio.,.,.. 400 81? SI SI
Wesi 1 1.-J00 184 ISil 181
"!. P ! 5 900 115 1145,1145
orthwest..f l,r00 inS3J37 lf.75
m-4 Iron 1 300 3G5 30 354
M 100 142 142 I42i
jjfclucts ' 1,300, 15? I2 156
filBftrison 100'tUSJ 1084 1074
r ,C 200! 2-15 2UI 212
: loot 40 io I 4o
JJl Brtllcs ' !,...(.. . 2G3
;, J 1.200! 344 H4i 34A
l tferred 100 512' 513 51
s rtferred . M
81 jjclrlc . 400I1S2 HS2 1S2
PM 1.300'l3S4 13S 138
w? Ctf8 f,00 462 452 431
r- 00 127i 127 127i
i 300 2041 20 , mi
,. 2,000 GCJI BoJ G6R
il; urvealer .... S00 121 121 421
'J1' pfd I j 105
i JPr . 300 13 13 13 J
1 PP , GOOl 204 26S 2G1
IrU 'JH'" ' !-... .... 273
: 100 1054 lOiijhOiJ
8- " 7.G00I175 1174 jl7-IJ
L'i... I 20011451 1452(1454
' l m4 Al. 4001142 IH1J.141
r ' T.,,,.. I ; 2
' a.c- 2,900' 441 43 I 43J
'. Biscuit . 100I132& J32i!l32i
i. 1 300 59 i 59 50
1 1 1 J ." 800 1143 114411144
- 100 "5 ' 3R I 343
3 MTt6316"1' 1 s0 11n3UI54!I15J
gttlca 200 S3 j S3 S3
Ki, ' 1.-00 121E 124 Il24i
& ; 700 344' 31;! 344
, 2,'a 2.C00 123J'123 123
II 1 200 11C I1153I11B?
I j'eel Car..' 2001 373 373 373
, wr 200llfiG4 lQG4!lfio
,i V ;"n"- ' "9.00I17H 1C7ZI1702
,B; hi k Sl -'."001 284 27S1 28
U Kfl" 1.3001 005 90 ! S02
m S5d Co--- 400 2C 2SSl! 253
, ' I j ,0
i Atfr?"--! 1JQ0! '3-'! :nl
U1C 40! 204 20 ' 20
; ' 200 4821 183 -172
& on. 400' 50 ' 50 ! 484
S00! o8ij 2H' 293
200! S1J! St J' SU
, 500I 40SI 40?.' 40'.
"J00! 2H! Ml' 24A
1 300J 912; 915. 01 J
jh'.400l 'r,7il '5r.jl 572
40,200! 74a! 74 ' 7 If
; 5oonnnii?'tii3 '
3.100' G3J G2ZI G32
n ' 2001 46Z 4G2.' 4G4
1.200' 1lV' I3S' ISA
nd .. 30lii :,44' .Ml' .",44
' ' inol 7S I 78 772
', 300 S0S' sov SI
ji-The day. 2i2.900 .shares.
101 h .t X Un Is-. 071
' ' 2i, M IC & T 4h....
-J024 do gen liH. .. SG
- M,,)-kc1S 71J
" in- -l0' "n' :'3' -' S.7
..".i'i .,l0 tVerts!!!!". 02
'''ink 9s l"hrte 4'-",!il3
...HM Ponn i'v 3iH... . IIG2
08 do con Is 102i
Mxr- ?,rS 3 I, & S I- is,.' 7.U
ii , 'lOjgcn 5s..., S01
(1 fBp'i-:-.;!!! ' do "cv 1 4s nni
ll"1? 1st rcf..-. 033
H, " M Viilnii Piur om
" iMir is or.
am U'" l,n 1 Itubber. .1032
' Mj l(i4 I S vSlool f,s,..102
IB li" 'Jl Wubiish 4s ... S
lft "JViHCcril 4F,.... 0:
Nov' ,a-ir,uur- r,u,ct
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K'cm'v. BR. 2S2W293C
TlBrtDii!'11!- "pnncil Xw York
VK . SSiso ,"l',rc,J. SS-50; Now Oi-
VBc??emH,ly'. luHcovado. 80
,B,t " lt..flTlnl. rnilt
BIG BANKERS BELIEVE
WAR WILL SOON END
Better Demand From Europe Already Noted
Rubber-Stocks in Excellent Position; Many
of Specialties Are Active.
By Thomas C. Shotwell.
NMV YORK'. Nov. 19.-Asldc from
movement in ,1 fcw specialties,
there was nothing of importance
5p"oi ''J tIle s,,ock market today.
. 101 . transactions were onlv a
few more than 260.000 shares Early In
i-enoS th-M act,v'J-,waH caused by a
n. iiKl1 lho w,ir uetweon Turkev and
the I3alkan3 had ceased but It later de
veloncd that this was onlv an anu st co
?LL''fhli 1,0i'rs t0 ,,orlmt 'he bvtrvlng of
I slsfath.,t1n CnU't,on,nl 1anks' "Swevcr;
Jnsi&t that the war Is practically at 1
close and there is a better demand for
American stocks from Europe. Foreign
only for eight hours, an attack was made
lc "Yirkct by som profosslo a Is.
weak spots were discovered, but after
a decline of about a point, the market
ru JrrnUm(; nrev-allcei and the net
portant VS work waa "ol lm-
Rubber Stocks Active.
Among lho specialties United States'
av"d Vu,,cai1 ,S8l,0S attracted al
, o,y, . their, advance. In United
stales Rubber the udvaure was due
e to,lan'rulatlon. but also to the
fact that the sales of the camponv luivc
increased very materially In the past
few months. The foreign business of
the Lulled Slates Rubber company Is
large and. owing t0 the bad weather
abroad, unusually big sales are expected
CHICAGO, Nov. 19. Cat lie--Receipts.
10OO; market stcadv to shade lower.
Beeves. $5.30 10.05; Texas steers. 54 30ffj.
o.GO; western steers, JS.oOifBD.OO: atockcrs
and feeders, X4.1O7.10; cows and heifers.
52. rHfgj i.40; culveH, ?G.n0((j)10.25
Hogs Receipts. 23,000: market slrong.
Light, $7.35tf?7.R0; mixed. $7. 10(f?7.yo
heavy. $7.35?7.00: rough. S7.35(5,7.55; pigs,
Ja. 10(5)7.25; bulk of sales. 57.G5fr7.S0.
Sheep Receipts. 33,000; market stead v.
Native, 53-0(p)4.00: western. S:i.75(ffi4.nb:
yearlings, .94.75fl.00: lambs, native. jr;.50
(0)7.55; western, ?5.G5iI7'7.n0.
KANSA.S CITY. Mo.. Xov. 15. Cattle
Receipts. .15.000, including 1000 southerns;
market steady. Native steers, JG.50
10.85; southern steers, SI. 25 (2)7. 25; south
ern cows and heifers. S3.50(i?5.n0; native
cows and heifers. 33.50f;7.00. sloclrers
and feeders. 54 75(5-7.50; bulls, $4.00(5)." 7H:
calves, 55.505)9.50; western steers, $5.00(5)
8.50: -western cows, J3.50(5 G 75
Hogs Rcceipls. 20,000; market steady.
Bulk of sales, $7.50(5)7.75; heavv. J7.70(5)
7.80; packers and butchers. $7.6O'0.'7.75;
light. S7.40W)7.G5r pigs. $fi.30Ifi S3.
Sheep Receipts. 10.000: iharket steady.
Muttons. $3.805'5.25; lambs. 50.007.50:
ranee wethers and vearllnRs," 5l.00ff?)t 00;
lange fwos. 53. HOG 4.50.
SOUTH OMAHA. N'ov. 19. Cattle -Receipts
5700. Market steady Native steers.
$0.25(079.75; cows and heifers, $3,7550.75;
western steers. 5.25(5)5.25; Texas steers.
54 50(56.30; cows and heifers. $3,50(5'G.50;
manners, 53.00(54.50; stockers and feeders,
$4.75(57.G0; calves, $5.00(5;9.00: bulls, slags,
Hogs Receipts 13.500: market 5 to 10c
lower: heavy, $7.7Oi5)7.S0: mixed, $7.70(5'
7.75- light. $7.507.75; pigs, $C 25(5)7.40;
bulk of sales, $7.70(5)7.75.
Sheep Receipts 14,300. Market steady.
Lambs, 10 to 15e higher. Yearlings, $4,50(5)
5.25; wethers, $3.BO(514.40; ewes, $3.40(iD
4.00; lambs, $G 50(5)7.35.
Now York Produce.
XEW YORK. Nov. 19. Butter, firm:
receipts. GR49 tubs; factory, June make
firsts. 24 Jc; current make firsts, 231ig)24c;
s"econds. 12(5"'22c: packing stocK. June
make, 234(5)2410; current make Xo. 2,
Cheese, steady and unchanged; re
ceipts, 2342 boxes.
. Kggs, steady and unchanged; receipts,
Dressed poultry, irregular; fresh killed
western chickens, ll5'19c; fowls, 1345'
Iflic; turkeys, 19fil'23c.
CHICAGO. Nov. 19. Butter Steady;
creameries. 29534c; dairies, 26531c.
Epgs Steady; receipts, 3032 cases; at
mark, cases Included, 22'25c; ordinary
firsts, 24c; firsts, 27c.
Cnpefie steady: daisies. 17i(Ti)17ic;
twins. HJ35)J7c: young Amoricls, 102S17o;
loner horns. IOS'S'ITc
Potatoes Steady; receipts, 40 cars;
Michigan, 4S(5)53c; Minnesota, 47(5;5fc;
Poultry Alive, weak; turkeys. lc;
chickens. 10c: springs, Jljc.
Veal Steady; 9g44c.
Now York Money.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19. Money on call
firm, 4(5'G per cent; ruling rate. $5.31;
closing "bid. 44; otfered xi L 41.
Time loans, easier; sixty day., R per
cenl; thirty days. 52 per cent; six months,
5J(5154 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper, G per cent.
Sfrlincr exchange heavy with actual
business in bankers' bills at 51.S0S0 for
slxtv-duv bills, and ni 51.85 for demand.
Commercial bills, $4.S0i,
Bar silver. fi2Sc.
Mexican dollars, IS2c.
Government bonds, steady.
Railroad bonds, steady.
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Nov. 19. The con
dition of the Untied States treasury at
the beginning of business today was:
"Working balance. $S9.S3,312.
In banks and Philippine treasury, 531.
"Total of general fund. $140,131,91$.
Rceclpts ycsctrdiiv. JSS0, GG1-
Deficit tills fiscal year. SI.d4ij.iS4. as
against a deficit of $23,020,8.3 last year.
The figures for rccolpts. disbursements
anil deficit exclude Panama canal and
public debt transactions.
NEW YORK. Nov. 10. Cot Ion Spot
closed bteadv. Middling uplandy. $12.10;
mhldllng gulf. $12.05. Sales. 2300 bales
Cotton futures closed steady, flushy,
bids: November. 11.98c; Doccml.c..
1-.I3.-; January. WJ3c: Kcbrtiarv. iS.ISe
.March. 12.20c; May. 12.2m:: June, l-'.-'Gc.
July. 12.27c; August. 12.19c; September,
11,00c; October, 1 l.Glc.
this season. The automobile business
s also Improving, and the United States
lumber compnny will be in the market
with a much greater percentage of the
tire business than It pas had the past
year. Furthermore ihe tariff reduction
proposed will not hurt the rubber com
pany because of Us Immense foreign
business and the inabllit'- of foreigners
to compete with It, cither at home or
Movement in Specialties.
General Electric was up a point. In
ternational PuniD issues advanced. Vir
ginia Railway & Power roinpanv and
.Mexican ft California petroleum stocks
were other issues that received favorable
attention at the hands of traders.
New York Air Brake was a specially
that .tcted contrary to the news. II de
clined more than a point, although It is
understood that at the moetlng of direc
tors tomorrow the stock- will be nut on a
G per cent dividend basis. It is earn
ing much more than R per cent, and
the directors are confident thul an In
crease of dividend can be announced be
fore many months.
The decline in the grain market caused
some apprehension bv bankers who know
thai very low prices for grain would
tend to retard general business by de
priving farmers of the funds that' they
expected from their stocks. The ham
mering of grain just now seems to be
almost entirely professional, and some
of the substantial Interests In the flour
and grain markets indicate that now is
the lime to begin picking up grain for a
speculative campaign at least.
WHEAT GOES LOWER
News From the Balkans Has
Weakening- Effect; Argen
tine Cables Bring- Rally.
CHICAGO, Nov. 10. Belief that peace
was near In the Balkans carried wheal
down todiiv to (he lowesL figures on this
year's crop. The market closed weak,
lie to 135USc under last night.
Conlllcting reports In regard to the
Argentine crop outlook disturbed wheat
speculators In the lirst part of the ses
sion. Prices at one stage made a tu1ck
rally on account of statements thai, too
niiiuh rain had fallen In the province of
Buenos Ayrcs. Heavy receipts north
west of here and under a big increase
in Ihe world's available supply left the
market open to the beats after news
came that an armistice had been ar
ranged. Outside limits reached for May wheat
were !32Jc and OOic, with last sales at
Active trad and sharp fluctuations de
veloped In corn. The main cause ,as
an unsuccessful attempt to force one of
the larger shorts to cover. .May swung
between 47Jc. and 47?c. closing nervous,
a shade under last night, al 47fJ)l7?c.
Cash grades were unsettled.
Oats showed a net decline of lc at
Closing provisions prices averaged about
the same as the night before.
RANGE OF THE LEAD TNG FUTURES.
Wheat Onen. Tliuh. Low. Close."
Dec S5; SGI 84 S42
Mav Oiy S2i 001 OOif
July SS- SO 873 S7g
Dec 47? 4S1 I7i 473
May 47g 471 17i I7il
Julv . 481 4S2. 4S 4Si
Oats ' '
Dec 31 i 315: 31 31 i
May 32 J 324 ' 32 32,
July 32 324 321 32;
Jan IS. 07 10.20 IS, 02J IS. 05
May IS. 10" IS.57J 18.35 1S.37J
Dfc 1 1 .15 1 1.174 11.071 1 1.074,
.Tan 10. S5 "70.90 10.774 10.774-
Mav 10.321 10.35 10.25 10.25
Short Ribs ....
Jan 10.22J 1A.27J 10.17J 10 1.?.
May 0.05 9.05 0.S71 9.874
Cash quotations wr- as follows- Flou.
easy; rye. No. 2, GK5)G2c: barley, feed or
mixing. 445)rflc: fair to choice malting.
55(570c: tlmolhv seed. $2.75(5'3.75; clover
seed. $13,00(517rr0; mess pork. $17.00i5
17.25: lard (In tierces), $11.15: short ribs
Total clearances of wheat and flour
were cnual to 317.000 bushels. Primary
receipts wore 2,600,000 bushels compared
with 772.000 bushels the corresponding
day a year ago. The world's visible sup
ply, as shown by Bradstrect's, increased
8,035,000 bushels. .Estimated receipts lor
tomorrow: Wheat, 53 cars; corn, 270
cars; oalsf 233 cars; hogs, 33.000 head.
Available Grajn Supply.
NEW YORK, Nov. 19. Special tables'
and telegraphic communications reeoiyed
by Bradstrcct's show the following
changes !n available 'supply as compared
with previous- account:
Wheat United States east of Rocky;
mountains, increased G.491.000 'bushcla:
United Stales west, (if Kockie increased
S7.000: Canada. Increased I. In. 000: to
tal United States and Cnnndn. increased
S. 355.000: afiont for and In Europe. In
creased 300.000; lotat American and Kuro
rican snpplv. increased 8.G35.000 bushels.
Com -Hriitod States and Canada, de
creased IG3.000 bushels.
Oats United State? and Canada, in
creased 852,000 bushels.
Coffee Futures Steady. j
NF.W YORK. Nov. 19. Coffee closed
stcadv 2 to 5 points net lower. Novcm
bfir. 13.G2c: December. IS.fiOc: Jnury
iind February. 13.56c: March, 13.Si$c,
Anrll. 13.92c; May, 14.00c: June. 14.03c.
July, 14.05c; August, H.07c: September
and' October. 14.10c,
Spot, unlet. Rio. 7s 112c; San oS .(s
IGic: mild, nulct. Cordova. 16jft lSc.
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COPPER TRADE FIRM, "
Electrolytic in New York Is
Quoted a I $ 7.622
S7.S72; Lead Easy.
f Coppur (electro) $17.62j(5!l7.37j
p lead $4.55 bid -i-
V Bar silver 62S !
-h Silver In London 2S 15-lGd
NEW YORK, Nov. 19. Copper, firm;
standard spot to January. $17. 20(5:17. 50,
February, $17 .10fo'17.50: electrolytic and
hdcv $17.02(517 S7; casting, $17.25(5)
Tin, easy; spot. November and Decem
ber, ?49.ti2(5-50: January, $49.fi2(ff49 87,
Lead, easy; $4.05 bid.
Spelter, steady: $7.40(&'7.G0.
Antimony, steady; Cookson's, $10.50.
Iron, steady and unchanged.
Copper arrivals, 230 tons. Exports
this month. 8fi57 tons. London copper
steady; spot. 77, 18s, Od. Futures, 78,
London tin, steady; spot, 227, 5s; fu
tures, 227. 10s.
London lead. 18, 2s. Gd.
London spelter, 2G, 10s.
Iron Cleveland warrants, GSs In Lon
don. Evaporated Fruits.
NEW YORK. Nov. 19. Evaporated ap
ples, dull and easy; fancy. S9c; choice.
G3(fi'7.c; prime, 5364c.
Apricots, firmer; choice, lO'g'lOlc, ex
tra choice, 10103c; fancy, ll124c.
Raisins, firm, choice to fancy seeded,
5 4 (ff -li 'c
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON, Nov. 19. The movement of
domestic wool to the mills continues In
fairly good volume, with values holding
steady. Territory stock Is ln demand,
both in original bags and graded. Nearby
fleeces sell well, especially in medium
The strength of the fall demand for
domestic wool has turned attention of
some of the brokers to the 1913 clip, part
of which will be marketed within three
Among the leading- domestic quotations
wore the following:
Texas Flno six to eight months, 5551
57c; fine twelve months, 0365c; fine Tall,
California Northern, 51(5o2c; mid
dle counties. 4S(5)50c; southern, 47(54Sc,
fall free. 4fi(5'50c
Oregon No. 1 eastern clothing, GOc,
valley No. 1. 55c.
Territory Fine staples, GG(5G7c; fine
medium staple. ti4i6oc: line clothing, 00
(5)G2c; fine medium clothing. 57(B'59c;
half-blood combing, Ii2fi4c; three-elghths-blood
combing, 57(5)oSc; quarter
blood combing, 53(S)55c.
Pulled Fine A, GOc: A supers, ofiSSc.
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS, Nov. 19. WoolSteady,
medium grades, combing and clothing,
23'5)2Gc: light fine. 19(5)2 lc; heavy fine,
13fMSc; tub washed, 27(g36c
The Denver & Rio Grande
Effective May 19, 1912, .
Provo. Manti. Marysvale fc.OOa. m
Midvale and Bingham, 7:45a.m.
Denver. Chicago and East 8:35 a. m.
Park City S:20 a. in.
Ogden and Intermediate points. 10. 35 a. m.
Ogden, San Francleco, Portland 12:40 p. m.
Ogden. San Francisco, Portland. 2:45 p. m.
Midvale and Bingham 2:45 p. in.
Denver, Chicago and 12ast 5:20 p.m.
Provo, Sprlngvllle, Tlntlc 4:50 p.m.
Donvor. Chicago and East 7:00 p.m.
Ogden, Portland and Seattle ..11:10p.m.
Osdcn, San Francisco, Los
Angeles 8:10 a. m.
Tlntlc, Sprlngvllle, Provo 10:20 a.m.
Bingham and Midvale... ..10:30a.m.
Denver. Chicago and East. ...12:25p.m.
Ogden and Intermediate points. 2:10 p.m.
Denvor, Chicago and East 2:30 p.m.
Ogden. Sari Francisco and West 4:55 p. m.
Park City and Intermediate
points . . 5:00 p. m.
Bingham anil Midvale 5:30 p.m.
Provo, Mantl, Marysvale G.30p.m.
Ogden. San Francisco, Portland G:50 p. in.
Denver, Chicago and East .10:53 p, m.
Phone Wasatch 2526.
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NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS,
Nollc lo hereby given that scaled bids
will bo received by the undersigned up
to 2 p. m.. December 3rd, 1912, for tho
materials and labor required In tho erec
tion of tho UTAH STATE CAPITOL
BUILDING. IN SALT LAKE CITY,
UTAH, according to plans, specifications,
nnd drawings, which aro open for In
spection at the office of
RICHARD KLETTING. ARCHITECT.
415-420 Felt hldff..
SALT LAKE CITY, UTAIT,
nnd all bldo and proposals at the above
tlmo will bo publicly opened and read
ln tho offlco of tho Slato Capitol Com
mission, l Felt building, Salt Luko
1 All bldo must be nddrr.sscd to: ,
( "UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMIS
SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. ..
I nnd markrd In the lower left-hand cor-
f clothes for I
at the "National" I
Thanksgiving clothes. Come to the
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Sdt e's In the I
25 State SL J f J
ner- "Bid for Utah Stale Capitol Build
ing" naming at the samo time tho klnd3
of work which the bid covers, for ex
umple: "Bid for entire Job, excepting heat
ing, plumbing, electric wiring,
"Bid for stono work;
"Bid for plastering,"
etc.. or such bids can be delivered to thn
Capitol Commission at tho said time anil
place for opening same.
Bids must not contain conditions,
qualifications, propositions or any other
thing than thoso mentioned ln plans,
specifications, drawings; contracts and
bonds and bidders must use tho form of
bid?, which will be found at tho office
of said architect, and no other form of
bid will be received.
A certified check or cashier's check on
some bank In Salt Lnke City, Utah, for
at least 5 per cent of the amount of
each bid must be enclosed. Each chock
Is to bo made payable to tho under
Blgncd, and is to bo forfeited to the un
dersigned ln case the bid Is accepted and
the bidder docs not enter into the con
tract within ten days after its accep
tance, Tor the faithful execution of tho
contract and bond hereinafter men
tioned. Tho proposed form of contract shall
be the "Uniform Contract Revised,
1907," and the form of bond to bo used
Is hereto appended.
A bond must be furnished for one-hall
the amount of the bid, with good and
sufficient sureties, all satisfactory to tho
Tho plans and specifications will bo
open for Inspection and uso at tho
architect's offlco In rooms 41G-420 Felt
bldg.. and at tho office of the Utah Stato
Capitol Commission. 211 Felt building.
If any bidder desires to have one or
more seta of plans for his exclusive use,
the architect at his option may .furnish
them against a deposit to him of $75 for
each sot of plans. 545 of which will bo
refunded on the return of tho first set
of plans, etc., and a refund of $25 each
on any of the subsequent sets, provided
said plans, etc., aro returned. Jn reason
ably good condition and within two wcoks
after bids are opened;
The plans and specifications are the
property of the architect and In all cases
must bo returned to the architect, and
ln no case shall tho deposit constitute
a purchase price.
Bidders residing outside of Salt Lake
City must pay for the c.xpressaso or
plans, etc., both ways In all cases.
Tho undersigned does not obllgato It
self to accept the lowest or any bid.
Tho competency and responsibility of
bidders and of their proposed sub-con-tractorD
will receive careful considera
tion In tho award.
Tho bids will be received for tho fol
1. For tho building complete, as speci
fied. 2. For the building complete, except
ing heating, plumbing, electric wiring.
-3v Cement, plain and rolnfo'rccd con
! crele work, Including excavations, struc
tural steel, and setting of same.
I 4. Stono work, cutting and setting.
I Brick work and tho setting of term
f. Furnishing of tcrra-cotta.
G. Carpenter work.
8. Sheet-metal work, Including sky
lights and tloor light.
0. Marblo work, tcrrazso and tiln
11. Miscellaneous nnd ornamental
etcel. iron and brasn work.
12. Combination of bids sections 3, 4
16, Kleclrlc wiring.
Tho undersigned shall have the right
to rejoct. any or all bids and to waive
any Informalities In any proposal.
Dated at Salt Lake City. Utah, this
.9th day of October. 1912.
UTAH STATE CAPITOL COMMISSION.
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