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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 4? 1913. M
If IS I
it Market Dull ,and the
lis Said to Be Anything
lf but Reassuring.
IIers take NOTICE
UL of Beet Sugar Divi
p Due to Prospective
jl Lower Tariff.
LrALt!onsl News Service.
mTORK- Jan. 3. Tho cheerful -IHfct-"
characteristic of Thura
fWlL tras Inckine at the opening
iKifilfn houses did not continue
MfjsNle died before the opening.
mAai. quIcJc to notico changei..
fHunar fcr weak spots. Dullness
ilmUm and as the day wore
Hum was anything; hut reassur-
Sifo dtdlno In Western Maryland
HPS. stock to ?3S. or below the
Hbat ol 110 per share paid by stock
iHTuit year. Officials aro blamea
iRs mismanagement In tho order-
iHu MUlpinent beforo bridges liad
JW5di and sidings constructed to
iHElrafflc. This oversight caused
jKTlaerease In operating expenses
mta Id the gross earnings. The
ift hire dlllscntly tried to rectify
ri&cs within tho past few
!&f much money has been spent
'Hid: the property up to a proper
tKl coadltlon. It will no doubt bo
iK) to sufpcnd dividends on the
E jharcs until all necessary im
IKts aro completed.
"fc Dividend Passed
iM'Ktlon of the directors of Amerl
iHfo! Sugar company in passlns
iKftcl on the common stock was
'Hintier a surprise to the stroot.
mli ono schedule that needs ro
K tirlC. It Is sugar. Since the
Bth November buyers of this com
.'HW refuted to make future con
tSlt tlio old rates, being confident
IMfirprfce3 will prevail In tho next
rHrlV Tho natural result of this
Wft ns to cause an accumulation
Tpvluct In tho hands of rclincre
tHsfcat price tho article Is to bp.
Ht problem without an immediate
Bfetlme hcn tho tariff Ih revised.
Merfcui Seet Sugar company will
'Klo readjust Its business to the
Si! lit Btockholdera. In tho moan
nfelifiss in tho shares will he hoz-
B0it Important news of tho day
Wk improvement !n the demand, for
Iflttie Investment bonds. Sovoral
Mflutt ulcs wore mado abroad by
"Btnaago liouees and one of the bis
Mrittlent reports tho biggest busl
Ajujinp of James R. Ke?nc recalls
HMWall street tho bold and ug
Mn ranlpulatlon (hat was once the
m. As a maker of markets the man
jBtfiwt a peer and the dally meet-
lho governors of thn Htoek ex
Wt tro mainly for the purpose of
Mm ach rules and regulations that
W&t future prohibit what custom
mm unctions. Tho stock broker's
HP0 to the regulation Ilea In tho
Wm stability of prlro will result in
jBf actuations, hence smaller .busl-
jMCTeniora at last rcnlljio that pub
jW demands that stock exchange
Usauld como out openly with
changes before the matter Is
ihetr hands and dealt with
PC'ltlcians, who invariably uro
THr01 polltlcnl capital out of an
tWeo Wall street.
rctnU lone of the market wa3
Htr?3 showing faJrlv good rc
HsL After all, the real news will
'ME? 6 action of the money mur
HEi .own movements of money
Hif,t Indicate- a highly favorable
iWS REVIEW OF TRADE.
r Opsns With Satisfactory Vol.
ume of Business.
;03K, Jan. 2. Dun's Review
year opens with all the fralns
rt?.S achieved during the last
li'AM v 0 now year takes over
.,., th6. Increased agricultural
Eua? from tno bis rops, the
'Win the largest Industries,
lua confidence in branches of
tho rccord-breaklncr for
trce and the full employment
'Msh wages, insuring large
jw. With this legacy from
wntenance of a eatlsfactorj
business, apparently is as
'rlngs during 1912 Increased
t over ion. Railroad traftlc.
w.very heavy. jn n,0 cotton
i "ades the outlook la an cn
i. ro..From a11 1110 leading
sl and west, the end of
lc8 are satisfactory in moat
f'V. Polnte and generally an
tmF Holiday Trade Enjoyed by
)me ReU" Dcalcra-
jKflIRta'vJan' ''adstreet's to-
MtattTn5 nt a brlsl: tc. busl
Kl.cd down, though Ics3 o
Hoirro 2.'5, EvcnlngB, 7 to 8. 1
!m tf ihiBbytf Klvcn hat a uncial
2mm B".'?..stp'-,khol(le-H of Walker
held ,?'4l:i corporation, will be
Smb No ai- llc ,,ffc" of ald cor
jMT.lhi,l froutb Main ctrect.
,?urdv".d,ln':)' Sult f-k'j City.
iKt iiV110 llt1' uy of Jan
Bdy, 1,16 hour or 10 o'clock o. in.
w" '! had and held for
V or ihn An amendment to
tLttQr-,nMcfi of Incorporation
BItort-V?f,B0 no t0 turcaao
"mW-Jo JJon , nnii h,c. corporation from
kmmS h? nVr.0?' . dlvhlod Into 5000
9BPJwnnVn,!,.c,0f tJ(i each: W
of w 01 sa,rt crporatton
Cs,,(!n,!tlInK 1 called
W1 Sold -wuK,ori r u, board of
V;i alkur Brothers 13ank-
V El - HOWARD.
i. Jisssi1 tg innJra5rofu?nds
dS,Wn hlfl fair to overtop pr"
il km Probjibjy ll0Vcr entered on
twelvemonth under more aus
oy J? ,n '''ood demand and ratoa
ef rAo but,a'sn lead to "the i bc
u Ioaw:o-roCffCOmforLabIc not
Business failures for the week endln
.7nnuury 2 wore 2S7, against 230 fn thS
like week of 1012. There vor." twvn iv
m ri u' 'nclU'lliiB flour. expoitH from
the United States and Canada for the
MLX1 Jftun, aggregate ZJt
wwImS?81"81 3,291l6,? bU8heta th,a
i .C?rn e-n03 for lh! week are 1.362.G00
,W?V5S,,!Bt ,76?'3?3 buBhclH last week
nnii i,o2u,(2l bushels In 1012.
Bradstrcct's Bank Clearings,
hank clearing; report for the week ond-
5.UjS.00.000, as against $2.02CJS2.tiOO !at
week and J3. I07.C1 5,000 in the correspond.
Jtif? week last year.
Tho following- la a Hat of the cities:
Now 'York $1,759,121,000 V'?'.
hlcaSO 253.313,000 2.0 ....
gpf.10'1 . 135,111,000 .... 30:7
Philadelphia .. .. 161.S73.000 S.O
bt. Louis 50,51)2,000 .... 3.9
Kansas City ..... t9.iSS.000 t!.l ....
Pittsburg .. .. 52.804,000 1.7 ....
San 1-rnn Cisco. .. . 46,572.000 .... 5.9
Baltlmoro :J5.134.000 4.S
Cincinnati 2C.000.000 .... S.3
Minneapolis .. .. 25,3-10,000 2. 6 ....
New Orleans ... 21.151,000 .... 1S.5
Cleveland 23.7tiG.000 4.1 ....
Los Ansrclcs 21.134,000 13.1
9"?ano, 9,329,000 .... 52.9
Milwaukee 13.411,000 13.9 ....
Louisville 12.C74.000 G.9
Atlanta .. 12,043,000 12.3 ....
Portland, Or. 9.222,000 1.0 ....
Scattlo 10,471.000 0.8
?.LPlul 12.775,000 47.1 ....
Buffalo 11, 543. 000 .... 9.1
Denver ;.. S.75G.00O 4.0 ...
Indianapolis ..... 7,609,000 13.7
Providence .. .. S.327.000 .... 14 "
Richmond 6,110.000 -tSJ
YVashlngton,-D:-C. G; 41 7.000 20 7
St. Joseph 5.S0O.0OO .... 10. 1
SATT LAICID'.. G.0S1.000 22.2
Spokane, Wash. . -1,198. 000 7.4
Tacoma 3.215,000 13.0
Dcs Motnca .... 4,322,000 5.7
Duluth 5.552.000 60.3 ....
Oakland, Cal. ... :!.271,000 29.1
Norfolk 3,501,000 .... 7.0
Sioux City 2.407,000 15.0 ....
KnoxvlHc 1.59G.00O 16.0
San Diego. Cal. 2.342,000 ,
Lincoln 1,.'!23,000 17.3
Topcka 1,481.000 11.1
Helena 1.060,000 31.6
TulEa, Okla 009.000 103.3
Ogden. Utah ... G14.000 3.3 '....
Sioux Falls, S. D. C12.000 32.1
Fargo, X. D 502.000 21.2
Fremont, Nob... 24S.000 7.1
NTSW YORK. Jan. 3. Close: Prime
mercantile paper. 6 per cent.
Sterling exchango. otronf? with actual
business in bankers' bills at 54. S2 for
sixty-day hills and at 4.S9 for demand.
Commercial blllt?, 54. S4.
Bar silver. Cljc.
Mexican dollars, 49c.
Government bonds steady, railroad
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON". Jan. 3. Tho condition
of the United States treasury at the be
ginning of business today w3e:
Working balance 5 92,659.070
Iu banks and Philippine trea
Total of general fund 144.352.190
Receipts yesterday 1,075,420
Disbursements .i 941.767
Deficit this fiscal year 7S8.279
Deficit last year 22.972.255
Tho figures for receipts, dlohurse
rncnts and deficit exclude Panama canal
and public debt transactions.
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON. Jan. 3. Trio Commercial
Bulletin will say of tho wool markot to
morrow: Our annual ca.nvass of tie country
Bhows that tho total supply of all kinds
of wool, foreign and domestic, in deal
ers' hnnda and unsold on January I.
Is 83,460,355 pounds, of which 66.457.S1S
pounds 1b domestic and tho balanco, 17,
002.537 fjounds, foreign.
Thcso flgurec show a total decrease of
over 35,000,000 pounds as compared with
tho total supplies on hand In the whole
country on January 1. 1912. Domestic
wool, which on that date was computed
at 106.128,900 pounds, shows a decrease
of nearlv 40,000,000 pounda as compared
with tho last year, whilo foreign wool has
Ehown an increase for tho country at
larrro of 4.517,720 poundH. ....
The Boston Wool Trade association h
computation shows a total of 43.S49.S5o
pounds on hand in Boiiton. of which do
mestic is 31.922,313 pounds, or approxi
mated one-half of that in dealers owner
ship last year. Foreign wools havo shown
an increase of nearly 4.000.000 pounds,
being computed at 10.927.537 pounds
Thcso figures bear out the contention
that stocks In Boston and In the country
at lai-go are phenomenally light. This i
also troo of tho stocks held In brokora
or dealer:;' hands throughout the world.
CHICAGO. Jan. 3. Cattle Receipts
2600: market, clow. weak. BeeyeQ, o-SO
(39.50; Texas steera. $4.70S5.90; west
ern steers. S.1.75S57.60; stockers and
feeders. ?4.25?57.G0; cows and heifers,
J2.S5(J?)7.60: calves, $6.oOGj'10.50.
Hogs Receipts. 26,000; market, gener
ally 5c higher than Thursday s avcragp.
Light, 57.25ffD7.55: mixed, 57.2o.;
heavy. $7.25i'7.60: rough. 57.257.oo
Mfr. ?3.757.15; bulk of 3ales, $.-lG8
Sheep Receipts. 13.000: market, steady
in stron- Native $-1.35(5.40: western,
S4. 406 5.50; Jrarllngs. $6. 10 07.70; lambs,
native, 50.203.75; western, 3u.-aS..o.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 3 Cattle Re
ceipts. 1000, Including 300 oouthcrno.
market, steady. Native Sr2 X. i!ivP
9.25; southern steers. ?i.2o5ii.BO, souin
ern cows and heifers. S3.50'oJb.jo; na
tive cows and hclforH. $3.75 -SO; swcK.
erf and feeders. S57.60; bul s, M.BOjji'
G.50: calves. JCfaHO; western steers. ?6U
9; western cowp. ?3.70C.B0.
Hogs Receipts. 4u00; market, "jon,,
to 5c hlKhor. Bulk of soles, .- '0'
hcavv. 57.337.45; nacUoro and butchcra,
S7 257.10- light. 5??'V.S0; pigs. $C6.o0.
5 Sheep-Rccelpw, 2000; market, steady.
Muttons. 51175.00: lamba. 37(hr'8.0; range
welhcrH andycariings. 54.50-7.50; range
O mall a.
SOUTH OMAHA, Jan, 3. Cattle Re
ceipts. 1100; market, slow to shade low
er Native 5G.nOg.9.25! eovs and liel'
ors S3.75C73; western, steers. $o.ii0(Q'
S 30 Tevaa steers. J4.75(f)6.2o: rango
Sows and .heifers. 53.508.50; : t-H;nrj
3 25rf? 1. 25 - stockers and toeders ?.7o
7.50: calves, W9: bulls, stags, etc..
?iucK Receipts. 7G00: market, alrongr
to 5cShlgh". Thavy. $V.lGf,.7.3(; mlxna.
7.lW7b20: lighl, J6.007 20: Pigs, 55-fcO
Coffee Fntnros Steady.
N13W VOUIC Jan. 3. Coffee i rut urea
closed hai'cly blcudy, not 17 to 21 points
lower. Sales 72.7u0. .
January. 13.03c: February 1.. gc.
March. i:i;31c; Aprl . .. ir4.',, ;V "sic:
Tunc 13.05c; July, U.iuc: August. lu.MCi
Senl ember. October. November and Dc
rmbi"r 13.SSC. Spot coffee easy; Rio.
7a i: fc: Santos ts. 15kc Mild coffee
i, (l let 'Cordova lClSc. avro to 11
i frnnu lower; Hamburg. 3 to 3 Pt. 'wcr.
1 Rio and Santos, unchanged.
Cltoyonnc, January 9-11. .
1 Exeursiopfi via Oregon Short Lino,
1 January 6, 7 and 8, from Salt Lake,
f Choycnuo aurl return fjO-""
COPPER QUIET AT THE"
Lead Also Quiet in New
York at' $4.2$ Bid; Speller
Quoted at $7.20 to $7.40.
Copper (electro) $17.62if717.S7
y Lead, New York 54:25 bid !
Ear silver 631-
r Silver in London 2U5-10d-!
NEW YORK, Jan. 3. Copper Quiet.
Standard spot to March, 517.1217.37;
electrolytic. 517.0217.S7: lake. 517.62
17.S7; casting. 517.25il7.37.
Tin Quiet. Spot. 550.00'&l.10.S0; Jan
uary. J,"i0.304Ju0.50; February arid March.
Lead Quiet; 51.25 bid.
Spelter Quiet; 57.20(S'7.40.
Antimony Quiet. Cookson'c. 510.00
Iron Quiet and unchanged.
Copper arrivals. 1345 tons: exports this
month, 210 tons. . Loudon copper cjulet:
spot, 76 ISs 9d futures, 70 6s 3d. Lon
don tin firm; spot, 229 15s; futures.
22.9 03. London lead, 17 16s 3d. Lon
don spelter, 2C 5s,
Iron Cleveland warrants, C7s 9d in
Closing Stock List.
I Sales.l H. I L. ICIsc
Amalgam Copper ..I 23,2001 792 7SJ; 7S1
Ainer Agiicul j 100 57 57 55
Amcr Beet Sugar...; 17,500, 4S IK; 12
Amcr Can 1 2,000 31 29?! 30
Prnfcire'd 3,100 1103 Jloi;1133
Amcr Car ldy.. 100 D5?f 55?i 0-1
Amer Cotton Oil....! 100! 50 5'5 1 54j
Amer Ice' Secur 300; 202 20 i 20
Amer Linseed I 100. 11 IU. Ill
Amcr Locomotive ..j 1.000 43i 13 123
Amer Smelt &. Rcf.. 2.800; 71 712 724
Preferred 100U00 106 105i
Amcr Sugar Rcf ( 100ll5f 1152;115i
Amer Tel & Tel -.' 000 HO 139? 139J
Amcr Tobacco 400 279Z 279 ;279i
Anaconda Mining Co 2,500 40S 393' 39i
Atchison ! 200,100iJ105j;i05'i
Preferred , 4001101 lOOt'lOO
Atlantic Coast Line. -iOO'lSH I3li,131
Baltimore & Ohio 700!l0oI I05J,l055
Bethlehem Steel .... 500 39X 3SJ 3S?
Brooklyn Rap Trans 2,200) 012" 90i 90
Canadian Pacific 3,000 201412624 203
Central Leather 500 29 2S? 2Si
Chcs .t Ohio 1,700 792 7S1 783
Chicago Gr Western , 16 J
C. M & St Paul 3.200 113i 112a 112J
Chicago &. Nw ... 130
Cole Fuel & Iron 3t
Consolidated Gas ..' 300 U01 1332 139
Corn . Products j 1.200 15 l-iilJU
Delaware it Hudson. 103
Denver & Rio Grande 20!
Distillers' Secur .... 200 20J 203 20'
Eric 3,000 32' 311 311
1st preferred COO 491 49a 4S2
2nd preferred .... 100 39J 391 39
General Electric 500 lS5i 1S5 IS 1
Great North pfd 2,600 1315 130J 1305:
do ore certs 400 4U 41 40
Illinois Central 100 127 127 127
Inlerhoro Met " 500 ISS ISii 1SI
Preferred S00 Gl C2Z; OS
Inter Harvester 400 111; Il0t1l0l
Inter Marine pfd.... 200I 19 39 19
International Paper .! 1001 )2i 121 31;
International Pump 200) 10 10 16
K C Southern 100 27 27 20i
Lehigh Valley 1 3.400 ICS 1CGS ICCt
Louisville & Nash...' noo'hilllHlJjHl
M. St P & S S M...1 1 00! 14 1 il UiltO
M. K & Texas 100 27i'l 277j 277.
Mitsourl Pacific 2,1001 421! 4U! 4U
National Biscuit .... 300 l2Si 12S '127.
National Lead- 1 ' 554
N Rys of Mex 2d pfd! 2"!
New York Central...' 000 109 10S1 10SI
N Y. O & Wcsti-rn. .. 500 31J 31 , .114
Norfolk & Western. 500 113J U2S.112J
North American 200 SO SO j 80
Northern Pacific 1,400 1213 121 1203
Pacific Mall 100i 305 301 SO
Pennsylvanin ! 3.200 1225 1221 I22E
People's Gno 500,115 114 113
P. C C & St Louis..! 1 100
Pittsburg1 Coal 1,000 2t 23 23
Pressed Stool Car... 300 ..5i .151 35
Pullman Pnlaco Car. 100'165 165 105
Reading 33,600! 16S ICO; 160S
Republic Iron & St.. 300j 2GJ 252 251 ;
Rock Island Co 500 241 23? 23?
Preferred 200 44? 44 431
St L. & S F 2d pfd.. 200 27 271 27i
Seaboard Air Line 381
Preferred 100 45 45 45
SIoss Sher St Iron 12
Southern Pacific .... 17,200 1051 1012 105J
Southern Railway .. 300 2S 2S 2S
Preferred 200 S04 801 S01
Tennessee Copper ... 800 393i 89 3S5
Texas & Pacific .... 200 22 22 21 J
Union Pacific 25.000 1011il591,159J
Preferred 700 921 913 911
United StateB Realty 741
United States Rub..1 2.200 633 621 G2J I
United States Steel..! 17.1001 OSS 671 GTg I
Preferred lOO'lld 110 110
Utah Copper I 2,9001 60 . 59 ' 59
Virginia Caro Chem. 1,900 13JI 41?! m
Wabash j 1
Preferred . . . ,
Western Maryland .. 10.800 41 '38 39?
Western Union I 200! 75 743 74j
Westing Electric ...I 5001 791 7S ; 7S
Wliecl Lake Eric..! 10QI S ! 8 , 7j
Total sales for tlio day. 291.100 shares.
Now York Bonds.
U S rcf 2s rcg-.lOleTv C So rcf Sh .. 975
do coupon 101 L S d Its m 31 . . 92:
U S 33 rcg 1021 "L & unl 4fl.. 9S1
do coupon 1023?! IC&T 1st ts.. 943
U S -Is rec H3S do gon 41s... 85J
do coupon 1135 Mo Pacific 4s... 70
Panama 3s con. 1013 do conv 5s... 874
Allls-C 1st. us cfs 593 N R of M 4ls... S7
Amer Asrt 5...101iN Y C sen 3Js.. S61
jn T&T cv lc.110 do deb So 91
m Tob 0s. 120 Nor Pacific Is.. 9S1
Armour Co lis.. 9U Nor Pacific 3f... 0S1
Atchison g 74 O S L rfflg 4s.. 013
B & Ohio 4s.... 97 St L&S F fg 4h. ,ol
do ."is 911 do gen 58.. .. MS
C fc Ohio Us. ..100 So Par. rol is.. 923
do conv 4 Is... 92B do cv 4s 92i
C B ,t Q Jt -la.. 95? do 1st rcf 4s... 93
do gen 4s 93 Union Pac 4s... 90'
D&R G rcf 5e.. . S31 do ev Ifl 90J
111 C Ut ref Is !" do 1st and r Is 9u
Iiiterb Mel lis.. 80Z U S Steel 2d 5s. 1013
1 Merc M 4?.s... 053 Wab lot and c 4 04
Japan 43s.. 90
NEW YORK. Jan. 3. Evaporated ap
ples Quiet and easy: fancy, 7i?SSc;
choice, 6R!iT'71c: prime, BEfiiGJc.
Prunes Ilrm for large slzef. Apricots
and peaches, quiet and steady. Raisins,
Prices in the Chicago Market
Ease Off in Consequence;
Cash Corn Strong.
CHICAGO. Jan. 3. Improved prospects
for the winter crop eased prlcoH off to
day in wheat. Gains disappeared, and I
the market closed the same us last night
to 5c down. Unmistakable hcavinoss
ruled the wheat trade after midday and
final quotations were within liDli- or the
bottom figures reached. Snow, which fell
here profusely for a .'fiiort time, had a
noticeable effect In relieving anxiety as
to fall sown grains.
Hugo iccclpts in all directions when
distribution should be well under way
counted somewhat against the wheat. B
Promise of heavy world shipments acted 9
also In favor of tho bears. u
May wheat fluctuated between 91 ic
and 911c, with last sales ic net lower
Forecasts of unfavorable weather
strengthened corn. May closed 4SliSc.
I Cash grades were unsettled.
Oats appeared more Inclined to follow
wheat than corn. May closed at 325
Provisions rose on account of lard
stocks being light and hog prices hlghor.
closing at an average advance of about
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open. High. Uow. Close.
May 911 01 91 J 013
July 891 891. SSJ 89
Sept SSij SSi SS 835
May 4SE IS? 4S3 4S3
July 491 49? 19t 491
Sept 501 501 50 501
May 321 33 323 S2
July 33 33i .",2!1 33
Sept 32J 3211 32J 82
CASH QUOTATIONS. 1
Ca.sh quotations were as follows: nour,
firm; rye. No, 2. Oaj'ffOlc; barley, feed fl
or mixing. 49-52ic: fair to cholco malt
ing. 59if6Sc; timothy seed, 53.0003.90;
clover seed. 510.00SHS.50: iness pork, now.
S17.50S217.C2i; lard, in tierces, 59.67; short
ribs, loose, 59.009.75.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
wore equal to 64S.000 bushels.
Primary receipts were 1.332,000 bushels,
compared with 303,000 bushels a year ago.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat. 82 cars; corn, 7SG cars; oats, 2S3
cars; hogs, 15,000 head.
CHICAGO, Jan. 3. Butter Stcadv.
Eggs Unsettled. Receipts. 321S casos;
fresh receipts at marl;, cases Included. 21
(S'23c; refrigerators, ordinary firsts. I7c;
Cheese Steady. Daisies, 163(p,17c:
twins, ICl'gJOlc; young Americas, 103
37c; lonp horns. 163Q17c.
Potatoes Steady. Receipts. 50 cars.
Michigan and Minnesota, 50S''52c, Wiscon
Poultry Firm. Turkeys, alive, 15c;
dressed, 20c; chickens, alive, 131c;
springs, alive. 14c.
Veal Steady. 3 He.
New York Produce.
NEW YORK, Jan. C Cotton closed
hardy steady, 3 to 35 points net lower.
Wheat Spot, easy; No. 2 red, Sl.07,
nominal elevator and 51.08 f, o. h. afloat;
No 1 northern Duluth, 97?c f. o. b.
afloat. Futures ajlvancedcarly .011 for
eign news, but cased off late on favor
able reports on winter wheat and on a
slow demand, closing ic net lower. ' Ex
port sales were twenty-six loads. May.
971fi?97Jc, closed 97lc: July closed 95c.
Rondel wheat January flosed at 991c
May. 90afI90Ec. closed 9Go: July closed
97c. Receipts. 280.000 bushels; shipments,
Raw sugar Quiet. Muscovado. .39 test,
3.17fT3.23c: centrifugal. .90 test. 3.67ffl
3.73c; molasses. S9 test. 2.922.9Sc: re
Flax, Oats and Ryo.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 3 Bran in 100
pound uacks, 519.50.
Flour sales were light and scattered.
Prices unchanged. Shipments, 33,270
barrels. , v
(In wood f. o. b. Minneapolis) First
patents, J4.034.35; second patents. 53 90
(fri.lo; first clears. 52.90(52.30: second
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS. Mo.. Jan. 3. Wool, steady;
medium grades, combing and clothing,
23li?26c-f light fine. lDf21c; heavy fine,
33'lSfc: tub-washed. 2736o
When a cure is cruaranteod oZ all
curablo pains and disease, regardless
of name, arisinc from natural onuses.
A $2 bottle of OIL OP EDEN (sam
plo 75 cents) relaxes, opens pores, al
lays pain, dissolves and removes an
ulcerated tumor, enlargement of the
eland, eoiter or other false and impure
Catherines of tho external system.
A $3 bottle of SWEET SPIRITS ()
EDEN (sample SH will purify the
blood, restoro vitality to all weaic
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BANKERS AND BROKERS- WM
333.335 South Main Street (Felt BldgO. WM
Salt Lake C'ty.
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Stocks Canicd op Liberal Margin;
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Notice Is hereby -iven that Hie anniul
rncciltiK of tho stockholders of the Con- HH
tlnental Life Insurnnec & lnvutuiu:u Wtkm
company, a Utah cvrpotullon. 111 ho Hfl
held at thu olflco or tuld cuinpny. SOU HB
MeCornlcIt blocu. Suit Luke City. Utah, uii HH
tho Ktli day of January. 1313. at lu HH
o'clock u. in- for tho iulluwin; pui- HH
1. To consider and take action upon HH
the question of umcndinK .that portion uf HH
article 3 of tho article of Incorporation HH
of aald company, which reads as fullou-. HH
"The officers of this corporation etn.l HH
"1. A board or twenty-nvp (25J dlrec- HH
tors, seven (7) of whom ulmll cunstltut HH
a quorum" HH
to that tho earns when aud s.5 amended HH
shall read ae follows: HH
"The officers uf this corporation sluil
"1. A board of fifteen (15) directors. HH
ceven () of whom shall constitute HH
'i. For the purpose of considering anJ HH
taking action upon the (Ui-stlon of uinund- HH
ing arttclo XI. of the articled of Incor- HH
poratlou of xiild company ao that lb HH
tamo when and as amenccd ihall icud uj HH
toliowi; t Bffl
"Immediately ar.er the election of of- HH
fleers to bj held In January, 19 U. lhcr-
shall bo three classes of directors, each HH
class to consist of five (!) memhern. Th HH
first class shall hold office or the term HH
of ono year, the second class shall hold HH
offlco for the term of two yearn, and tho HH
third claea shall ho d office for the term HH
of three year?, and commeuclm; with the? HH
year 181 all directors ciected rhall hold HH
offlco for the term of threp years." HH
3. For the purpose of electing directors HH
to flit any and oil vacancies existing la HH
tho board of directors. HH
4. To elect a president, x. vice prest- ' HH
dent, a secretary and a treasurer, for the HH
cnsulm; year. HH
I. For the purpose of considering ani mMM
taking action upon the question of re- HH
pealing, changing, modifying and amend
Injr thn bylaws of this corporation.
. To transact such other business us mmt
may lesally come beforethe p"115 HH
President Continental Life Insurance A HH
Investment Company, HH
W. v. RICE. HH
Secretarv Continental Life Insurance HH
Investment Company. ... HH
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT SALT HH
LAKE TENNIS CLUB, HB
Principal place of business, Salt Lake HH
City, Utah. HH
Notico Is hereby given that at a meet- HH
in? of the board of directors held on the HH
26th day of Dccombcr. 1012, an assess- HH
nient of eight dollars per share vat levied HH
on tho capital clock of the corporation, HH
payable Immediately to B. M. Garnctt. HH
secretary of said corporation, at tho club- HH
house of said corporation, on Tenth E.tst M
atroct between Second and Third South HH
streets. Salt Lake City. Utah. Any HH
stock upon which this assessment may HH
remain unpaid on the 3rd day of Febru- HH
ary, 1013, will be delinquent and advor- HH
Used for sale at public auction und un- HH
less payment Is made before, will be iold HH
on the I'Uh day of February. 1312. at HB
12 o'clock noon of said day, at tho club- mmm
house of 3ld corporation, to pay t:ie HH
delinquent ansessmcnt, together with the mMm
costs of advertising; und expenses of kale. HH
E. M. GARNETT. Secretary. HH
Clubhouse, Tenth East Htrcot btw?ti HH
Second and Third South street!'. Suit
Lakn Cltv. Utah. HH
Dated ut Salt Lako City, this 27th day HH
of December, A. D. 1012. m32QI HH
ASSESSMENT NO. 3. HH
TJIder Nevada Copper companv. Prln- HH
clnal place of buidness. Salt Lake Cltv. M
Utah- Location of mines. Lander count r. HH
Notice Is herebv rlven that nt a. meet.
In fir of the board of directors of th mmM
Hlder Nevada CoDDor companv. neld on HH
the 15th dav of November, 1012. nesrs- HH
ment No. 3 of one-half (i) cant Der HH
share was levied upon the capital stock HH
of the corporation. Issued and outsland- HH
inc. payable Immediately to the socre- HH
Uurv at his office, care of McCornick .t: HI
Co.'s bank, corner First South and Main SHI
atreeL Bait Lake City. Utah. HH
Any stock upon which thl ass3Knient HH
may remain unpaid on Friday, the 20ft HD
day of December. 1012. will he doltnauert mmM
and advertlsod for sale at public auction. HH
and unless payment In made before will Kfl
be sold on Saturday, the 11th dor of HH
January. 101S. at 4 o'clock p. m., at th" BHI
ocretarys office, to pay tho delinquent I HI
Assessment thereon, together with th BHI
costs of advertlslnr and expense of sale. !H
JNO. J. MORRIS. Secrelary. nM
First publication November 22. 1912. flH
At & meeting of the directors or the ft tM
Hitler Nedt Copper companv. held at Mem
McComlcJf & Co-'B'bank on Wednesday, IHfi
tho ISth day of December. 1012. the date m MM
of delinquency for tho payment of as- IB
sossment No. S was extended from De- I HI
cembcr 20. 1312. to Wednesday, the 2Cth n
day of February, 1913. I HI
JNO. J. MORRIS. Socrotarv HJ
THUS ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS' WM
meotinif of the Metal Extraction Co.. flffiH
will b, beld at the company's office, &m
Richards St.. Salt Lake City. Utalt. on fWm
Tuesday, January U, 1913. at 10 a. ui. tih!
Business to be considered. Election of l
offlcero. and consideration of repots. j '
rn2605 NrM- SERVICE. Secy. U&L