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I I -Ht bALT UKE TRIBUNE. bUiNDAV MOKMNG, JANUARY 5, ,911 U
op GIK 01
WOlTers Resistance lo
Iflfcard Trend Which
jKsd in Friday.
'm-G BANK SHOWING
JnsJ'Paid Out al (he Open-
fl jof the Year in Re
tym turn Flow.
ftJAcO I"- ,Ian modei-ate
"ui transacted in the sraln ami
iMpjikft of the board of trade
fiJKi nricei! moved upward.
.now flurries wore reported
-jK Illinois and Kansas, lust
.iK inde Inclined to take a
'Ifltiat "ie predicted cold wave
thr wheat belt ahead of a
1 iWFcovcrlni: of pnow. Another
Mfc'tor "a;l 11,0 ta,omcnt that
tBCin- receipts at primary points
tjEfct.'. with their flour output
fc, ihlppc-d more than thoy ro
Ehj, altlioujrh the roverco was
fee wtek's receipts and ahlo
kir wheat at the close was Uc
CmsrJict v,-ar. narrow, but firm
Ef by shortfi who were im
Cthc wheat strength, and the
L to ic higher than yester-
thorts covered oats In sym
b ih hlrcnsth of neighboring:
htf close was firm at net ad
1 1: lo -Jc
iftocral demand sent provisions
jdisc was from '-'ic lo JOSVlL'c
.'' Closing Stock List.
: I Salca.j II. j L. iCIse
I 10,0001 71' 7ii 7SJ
E Sugar . 11.1001 -11 39 ::i(J
u i."oo :ioj. so 3uj
H aoo lie,; iiG iiitj
i Found .. lOu ;"fJ Kfi? .'iGif i
0(1 100 552 5511 &57.
I I '0"
! I Mi
MM 2,100, 7Sjl 72 7:;
if I'.tf iooiim i in; lib's
T I 3001110 .1392ll35i
Co .... ...j J.oOO 10 ! Ml iOl
100 1053 1053I10G
an Line... 400.1ull13i;.;ir,lft
Wo sooiot jiosi'ior.y
l .i... I JISij
Tr .., l.OOO! !! ! ?0U l0I
0c LM00I2UU 2CS1
lUier 100, tisjl 2Si
DMo 100. 79 7SI 79
tlVt ' I ir.j,
St P.. 2.0oij 14311125' 1 14
J JOO l::7 II 37 137
I 1001 31.' 311 34
: I 1395
1 r 163
100 'J9 39 3Si
100, 2U 2U 21
;.: ! 200 32 312 3Ui
?J , 3in
2 1301 130iI130:
:tCtfa , . 100! 41 41
I' I 10(lil27 1127 '12tU
i 2001 is;, ism ts3
!f-v 400 t;;ti) ti?,i tK!
ntter .... 500Ul.jlluiun
loo l5 lo IS
hjh .. . 'JKO'IH 'Ml HI
J.300, lllj -Hi
'ii'-Si pf'ti '" Voopifij'-jf j 2p
h ' .! -'uo'liu iii'u-TX
ht L...J j j11'"
Cir L'.V." 100ll!51653!6T
; r T.nooiioGSiiojs: 10H5
V 10i 27i! 271 2S
2u0l SOS! SliJ 803
t C00) 39i 3!' 39i
3001 -1-Z 22 22
11,200' lr.l !ln92 1G02
lOOi 92i: 92V 92
l'' 2001 7iii 7r. ' 7-1 i
j oo. r,2i r.2ii 2
I, 21,5001 (iSi 671! 'JSi
B!"" ' 2001110 1110 IllO
m";- 3'r,0l ws rwi B
kiun 1.100 408 3911 -tOJ,
dI'V.V" J.... ...
ortl)b ,iny. 'i:-3,oo .shares.
Pw York Bonds.
K "!fj,i 'S ,J,1' Is 1931. 921
Kvon.. Ui K & T 1st Is. 912
KuiyJn" "?,' " '&... S7
J J! Paclile Is... 70
Ris" r,??or Nellie 4s.. m
K' Sl- Pacific 3s.. m
KS. s L ,fJ is... fit
nil 2fad,nK -Ia---n7
Us.. flSLd0vRcn Ca 8::i
Jt 4e " M So, 001 !t-- !,-3
ntsi in,.'1,0 ,el
";: ' 'Jo rv
H,. Wab lnt nnd o 4 C3J
Kt Iwne1, 'I-Mc'ny on call,
IfipcrS' 0 cent; six
ShftePaIMCr' 5 f,er cent.
,7sf.50 for demand.
nlfe; stcadl.. 1.aIrrjad
8uIuk in -lnrt"?L feline of
?.1&4?IJ.V, 1 10c; March,
; A0mber and Deccrn
o1 WTw.: n,,,(.,','J3''c: San I os
B. ltl-. wuiet; Cordova, KJffJi
WLp LOUIB Wool.
HS' mmi,!,'1, -'ol-SU-ady:
AT CL0S0F WEEK
Market Nominal in ihe Ab
sence of Exchanges on
... r ! . I H ,-v , . .".'vi, .j.
7 Copper (electro) S17 cnciiT ?ti
Sliver In London ! ! ! . ! ! ! X
k, 22r VOR!c-j!,n- Ji-Thc
11 "e,c, 'lu,uL Pructlcally nominal.
KHko and electrolytic copper. ?17.G2i
L.Sii; caalln?l 1 7. 25 17. 37c.
Wi and inwt oomnanlca for f0 ?K
The statement follows:
21QM0' ?1'SGS'280'000; increaae. ?10.-
000.PeCl' ?3"'7:1'00: iricreaso, $12,210,
92M&.tm0tiVB' 5'132.MS mcreaao.
JsOkooo?08113' ?I'703'429'000: lncrcasof
000 llCUl,UiOn' W-m-m' Incrcaac, $241.
000BU"Ua' CaSh rosm' 5,1 vault, $336,301,-
r?!-Lfkonipanlco' cash !'ccito in vault,
Asgrcsalo cash reserve. $399,913,000.
Excess lawful reserve, 513,554,550; in
Trust companies' reserve with clear
ing house members earrvlng 25 pr cent
cash renorvc, $19,245,000."
Summary of staty banks and trust
companies in Greater New York not in
cluded In the clearing houao atatement:
10O,anS' '5t'a';i"s'r,00i decrease, $1,351,-
Specle. ?G0.0 14,900; Increase. 5G2.500.
JcshI tenders. ?S, 07(7,900; decrease, ?22,
Total deposits, ?G1 1,331,500; Incrcaac,
The I'lnanciiT will say tomorrow:
Expectations of a favorahln bank state
ment this week were fully borne oul bv
the returns rendered today. The return
of January interest and dividend funds,
together with additional currency sent
here by interior Institutions, produced a
not gain of $14,7?1,000 in cash resources.
The loan increase was 510,910.000.
An unusually heavy Increasu In do
posits, however, amounting to $32.G9."..
000. added over 5S.000.OO0 to the reserve
lefiulremcnts. so that the result wuh to
add only $7, -157.950 out of the cash gain
Ui excess reserve, Thla latter item now
stands at 513.S5 1, ."50. The above showing
is based on the ligurcs of actual condi
tion, but the statement of averages close
ly approximated the actual, with the
gain in excess of reserve standing at 55,
509.000. The independent statement of tho trust
companies showed a heavy increase in
deposits and comparatively unimportant
changes in tho other items. The gain in
cash resources explains the easy rates
that prevailed this week in the money
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON". Jan. 4. Tho condition
of the, United .States treasury at the be
ginning of buslnoss today waa:
Working balance. 590,C3i;,40S.
In hanks and I'hllipplno treasury, $33,
001.S71. Total of sonornl fund, $144,000,020.
Keeclpls yesterday, G2, 130,210.
JJlsbursemontH, ?3,';9G.43 1.
Dcllfll thK- Mac-al ymr. ?l.048,19S. aH
uiailnst a dellolt of $23,113,711 last year.
The figures for receipt.", disbursements
and deficit exclude Panama canal and
public debt transactions.
Flax, Oals and Ityc.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 4. Bran, In 100
pnund sarltK. $r..o0i?r 19.50.
I'lour-'tMllli: made light scattered sales.
Prices wero unchanged. Shipments, 7S,
7GI barrels. (In woud (. o. b. Minneapo
lis) First pato.nls. ?(. 05(3-4. 35; second
patentf. S3. 'JO'S 1.15; firsL clears, $2.l't"S'
3.20; second i-lears. $2.10&'2.'10.
NEW YOKK, Jan. 4. Evaporated ap
ples Quiet and easy, fancy, 7iS2c;
choice. G2(57.e; prime, r2&'Glc.
Apricots and peaches Quiet.
11a I si ns Easy.
NEW YORK. Jan. 4. Cotton closed six
points net higher on Januarj-, but gen- H
orally unchanged to one point lower H
NEW ORLEANS, Jan. I. Spot cotton
middling. 12 10-lGo. I
CHICAGO. Jan. I. Cnttlc Recelplo,
o()il; market, steady. UncvesJ, $5.50'
9.50: Texas steers, $ 1 .75(J?'5.90: western
slccrs. 55.7nfi7.t:0; stockers and tec-dors,
$1.25(0'". 0; cws and liclfcrtf, $2. SO
7. GO: calves, ?f..&0rM0.50.
Mogs Ueeeiptd. 13.000; market, steady
at yesterday's average- Light. S7..'10fi
7.5: mixed. ?7. 30(07. GO: heavy, $7.30(8)
7. GO; rough. $7.307.40: pigs, GQu.DO;
bulk of sales, $7.4514)7.55.
Sheep lvceelpls. 1000; market, elcady.
Native, $4.35(';in. 10: western, $1.40(gn.5O;
yearlings. ?G. 10(57. 70; lambs, nutlve. ?'j.20
(3S.7G; western, $G.25yJiB.7o.
KANSAS CITY. Jan. 4. -Cattle Ko
celpta, 200; no southerns: market, steady.
Native steers. 10.75i'9.2n': southern
ste-rs, J5. 25(57.50; southern cows and
heifers, ?3. 50(5 6.25; nutlvo cows and
hclfere. ?3.75(5'7,50: utockcrs and fecd
nrs. $5(3-7.60; bulls, $i.75f G.f0; calves,
G(gjl0: western steers, $Gi&9; western
cows. $3.75G 50.
j-j0'st;nocclpts, 2000; market, steady.
1 Bulk or iiilos, f7.20((j;7.15.- heavy. ?7..0ftl
7 50; packers and butchers. $7.2oL"7.4ti;
light. $7. 10(0)7.30: pigfc, $G(ft)tJ-p0.
Sheep Receipts, none; markot, steady.
Muttons, SI5.C0: lambs, S7.S.G0; range
wethers and yearlings. $i.50'7.50; rungo
SOUTH OMAHA, Neb., Jan. 4. Cnttlo
Ucceinis. 100 ; market, steady, xsatlvo
fltcer SOT503.10: cows and heifers. ."53.o0
-fi.ob; atockers and feeders, 757.7o:
calves! ?39; hulls. slo'f. etc., ?1 .40iy
G'HoSs Kecclpts. G000: market. 5c i Iilgh
Cr Hpuvv, J7.166V7.35: mixed, $7.10
? light. $7fii7.i0: pigs. $5.500.75:
biilk' of sales, $7.10ei)7.20.
Sheep Receipts. 100; market, stoadv.
YMrilnsB. ? 25: wctliers. S4.B0
5 ewes. $4.25Q?5; lambs, 57.758.30.
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAINS, I
PROVISIONS, COTTON. 1
James A. Pollock & Co. I
BANKERS AND BROKERS, 1
333-335 SouthSaManatStrccty (F0lt Bld0.). 1
Direct Prlvato Wlro to nil Markets.
Dnnlex System Ont. Relay to New York
' and Boston. I
rorrrisDondents Members All Exchatigen.
sSrCurVled on Liberal Margins. 1
MODERATE TRADE II
THE BMW MARKET
Wheal Prices Move Upward;
. Corn Narrow, but
( lORK. Jan. 4.-Bctter resiatancc
v as offered by the stock market today
to the weakness of various stocks which
affected va,lcs ycJjturd(iy. lVf.arly a
tho ImporUint railroads and Industrials
had made moderate gains. Tho advances
an,i i Vi n, " I'arrlman stocks. Reading
o ed ln, r'm1.Iru,'lh,er weiikncsa dcvel-"i'1-o
in Atiierlcau licet Suir n-ii,i.
a toe v L, ( i ' , important railway
nr.... r I,:I'd bv tho November rc-
h? r, f l,lc Fst"'". disclosing large pains
Doratl.m "n V,"1 W 1,01,1 Pent" cor
poration and tho Piigol Sound.
banks3 In" M,M10W,nf; , ' "1ade bV
... ri, l -,0,r cill.v- report. Tho re-
m.?,m yciir roricrte,! In an ex
am, l,vcr 532.000,000 In deuoslls.
MMllrfprfn pal",.0, ,,carv $16,000,000
paralleled wllh prcdlctlona. The loan in
croHae was concidorablv smaller than t o
first week of 1912. Thre wai -T mih
'ai. fJl"on to the excs "re!
mi;?70cIsI, xr:hfl" rates wero acain
last ,n.rtUi-.,t?ri:iV and dunces In the
2 cent n 1vC"Ks ,ias no reached about
wi'deninn(ir,niirkct was lealy wllh somo
value.'jT.lOOr"' Ttal aa,0S' par
5 lnlcSl Sia& 5cek?Si8t0rCd tlCC,h,Cd
RANGE OP THE LEADING l-UTURES.
Wheal Open. Jllch. Low. Close.
-Jr-v 01? 01Z 91J :il!l
July ...... 98 S'.'S SS5
Se5orn- - SSk "
isi .13 i9
'V (02 49- i-u
Oats- 505 502 S0
July 3:: ';r;t .Vl !!
eit 321 334 324 32J
Cash quota lions were as follows: Flour.
. Rye No. 2. G3ie: hrirlnv rA
hi. "Ofiv-.o: fair to cliolce mailing, f.4(?i'
sin on W-,y' --7SSii.7.1: clover seed.
lni n-kJu: ume?a 1)olIfl S1G-0016.25;
lard. 9.0; short ribs, $9,1209.874.
-eJSn1 "Icarancea of wheal and flour,
aSb.000 bushels. Primary receipts. 911.
000 bushe Is, against 225.000 bushels a Tcslr
ago. Eutiinated receipts .Monday: Wheal.
49 cars; corn, 3! cars; oals, 233 cars,
hogs. 4S,000 head
New York Produce!
In in. No. 2 red. $1.07 nominal elevator
and 51. OS nominal f. o. b. afloat; No I
northern Duluth. 9Sic f. o. b. aOoat The
futures market wan steady on the cables.
U?,L rocelpts and reports of export sales
oil,0,dM, csI"e i'' et higher. May.
SlO.ic. oloseji at 07 .n-16c; July closed
H: Londed wheat: January closed
at 93Je: May, OGJOG 7-16c, closed at
SnM,fc:iJl,,,y '.'scd L n7c- ReIPt.
9000 bushels; snlpments, 2GO.O0O bushels.
Flour Quiet and unchanged; spring
patents ,. lOIM.Go; winter straights;
51.45()-I.5.; winter patents. $4.651?.r. 00
spring clears. $1.15(5)4.15; winter extras
No. 1, $i.05(f? 1.15; winter extras No. 2.
S.. 9off I.Oo; Kansas straights. $4.00(5) ( 10.
Receipts, 43,000 barrels; shipments, 7000
.?lOI)S Kasy; slate, common to choice,
J9I2. 2S(032c; 1.011, 1215c; Pacific coast
1912. 16(S'23c; 1911. KH&lGc.
Tildes Steady; Central America. 27ic;
Petroleum Steady; refined Now York,
barrels. $8.50: refined New York, bulk.
$4. SO: Philadelphia, barrels, $S.60; Phila
delphia, hull:. $1.50.
Wool Steady, domestic fleeco XX
Raw sugar Weak: Muscovado, .89 test,
3.05c; contrlfugal, .96 test, 3.55c; molasses
sugar, .S9 test, 2.80c; refined, steady; out.
loat, o.70c; crashed, 5.60c:: mold "A,"
5.25c: cubes. 5.15c: XXXX powdered,
5. One; powdered. 5.00c; granulated, lino.
1.90c; diamond "A," I 90c; confectioners'
A. I ,.,; So. 1. -I.GOo: No. 2. 4.6Uc;
No. rt. ,f,5c; No. I; -1.50c; No. ... 1. 15. ;
o. t., I.IOc; No. 7. -l.SSc; No. S. I.3V;
No. 0. -l.:re; No. 10. 1.20c; No. 11.
No, 12. I.IOc: No. 13. I.05r; Sv. H, I.Oic.
CHICAGO. Jan. 1. Duller, atcad ;
I'gs. llrni; receipts. COS.". uusejs; fresh
receipts al mark. cnk'fH liu-ludod. Z')fa""v
refrigerator Jlrsls. 17ic: llrxl.
Cheese. steady. Dululo, 16;17i
twins. IGK'IGJc; youmr Amerlcao,
lo; long horns. 161ft 17c.
Potatoes, vlctfidy; rec-lpta, G3 nirs.
Poultry, firm; turkeys, alive. 15e
dressed, 20c; chickens, alive, 13ie; springs!
Veal, steady, 9 ft He.
Every irousohold In Salt Lake City
Should Know How to Ecsist It.
If your hack aches because the liid
uc.v.s aro Mnrkadcil. 1
Vou should help the kiduevs iithi
Doati 's Kidney Pills are especially for
weak kidneys. 1
Recommended by thouEauds hero's !
testimony from (ins viuinitv. i
Mrs. Auuio M. Tolalinjr. Lo81 Grant St., I
Otfdeu, Utah, says: "For nearly thrco I
years I have known of "Dona's Kidney
PiJIa and whenover icol that my
kidneys need toning up 1 take this rcrn
cd'. A short time ago ono ol! my rela
tives was afflicted with wcakuess of
tho kidneys and although ho waa treat
ed by physicians and used manv prop
arations said to bo good for such coni-
Slainls, his easo become worse. Doan's
idnev Ills wero finally prescribed
and tho contents of ouo box effected
a complete cure. I trust that this
statement will load other kidjinv suf
ferers to give Doau's Kidnev Pills a
trial. The testimonial T gave" iu favor
of "Doan's Kidney Pills foino time ago
was correct in every particular and still
holds good. You may conliuue to pub
lish that statement."
For salo at Sehramm-.Tohnsou fs Drug
Store, Salt Lako City. Utah, and by all
dealers. Price, oOc. FoEter.Millmru Co.,
Buffalo, X. V., Solo Agents for the
Eoniomber tho name Doan's and
take no other. Advertisement.
ANCHOR LINE STEAMSHIPS
NEW YORK. JjONDONDERRY AND
GLASGOW. NEW YORK". PAL
ERMO AND NAPLES.
Attractlvo rates for tickets between New
York and all Scotch, English, Irish, Con
tinental and Mediterranean Points. Su
perior Accommodation, Excellent Cuisine,
Efficient Service. Apply for Reservation
to local agent of Anchor Lino or HEN
DERSON BROTHERS. General Agents.
J CRUISES I
I to the: I
1 1 Panama Canal I
' ANJJ TUB I
1 1 West Indies I
fi FI103I 1
B NEW ORLEANS I
1 BT THE I
I S.S.KronprinzessinCecilie 1
1 (9,000 TONS.) 1
J Leaving JAN. 23 FEB. 10 I
B The Ideal Route for Tonrirts
g from Western States. m
I 16 DAYS $125 X I
H Then cruises afford tho I
H most favorable opportTinlty
H ""1lt Ihc Panama. Canal H
M before its completion. H
n Tonr comfort astrared. jl
n Steamer acrreB as hotel. H
K Ah JfS i0 tXe Orient, Around
m the World. Italy and Egypt, cto. M
M Wrlto for Illustrated bookkt m
Hambiffg-American Line M
150 W, Randolph St., M
or Local Agento
Tho Wants arc effectual in ronting,
securing roomers or boarders, getting
work, buying, selling, exchanging, en
gaging servants, realizing cash, for
household goods, restoring lost articles
and in many other waj's. 4
OREGON SHORT LINE TIME CARD.
EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 22, 191
Depart. Dally. Arrive.
Ogden, Malad (Preston and Logan, gro-
7(R A TUT !ng), Denver, Omaha. Kansas City, Chi- Q .OK A TVT
.VO jtX.lU. .Caso. San Francisco. Ely and Inter-. J xi.iu.
8nn A TW Ogden, Logan, Pocatello, Boise. Ashton. 1fnn "D M
.UU ..XU. . intermediate (Montpeller Golns), 1U.UU JT.m.
10:00 A.M.. Ogden and Intermediate points. . 6:50 P.M.
11:40 A.M. .CK"crland ?BtSk Chicaso. 3:15 P.M.
11:59 A.M. .Lo3 AnwISenK?ftBLl?ouia, 4:45 P.M.
1 nK p TUT 0'crland Limited Ogden. Reno. Sacra- n.rtR "D TUT
i.UO ST. 111. . mento. San Francisco. .UO JT.xfl,
2:45 P.M., Ogden, Boloe, Portland. Butte. . 4:50 P.M.
2 .IK. "P TW Ocden, San Francisco (Preston and RRn "P TW
.ttU JT.1V1. . Logan, also returning). O.OV J? .111.
4:15 P.M..Sdcn' Br,SirinteCnnehdV A.M.
"P TVT Ogden, Donvcr. Omaha. Chicago (Park lO.lO "P TUT
.OU 1T.1U. .city. Green River and West only. re-.A4.ttU JT.m.
6:00 P.M.. Motor, Ogdeii. ,. 8:00 A.M.
11:45 P.M.. Wen. Boise, Portland. Butte. .10:30 A.M.
City Ticket Office. Hotel Utah. Telephone. Exchange 15. fl
Here's a Cure for You!
Ivs en anc womeu Sler from chronic ailments, pains and
M' w aches, weakness in any form, rheumatism, lame back, weak nerves
1 L or nervus disorders, stomach or bowel troubles or kidney or liver
r complaints, can be cured at home without the use of drugs, Elec-
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j worthless medicines fail.
y AVv v fiS3 Tliousands of sick and suffering people who
I - ".tfksr XVix L li ii'c doctoring and drugging often wonder wliy
33 r fv-' y medicines don't give permanent relief. The rea
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lr SaSifiB ol disease. As long as the cause of your ailment
t T "ZlTlHSisM remains you are not going to gel. well.
I , ZSMBMSKB ''ie on-" Avav tnc causc f auy
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-A I muuSm power that, creates vitality, tho power that runs
''BBBl Is (T. ffr TtrnMrB 'lc nuni,'in 'uchiuo, the force that gives liTo io
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-xm 'IIHBHMIiSHuHH anc C'nerg3r of any weak or inactive organ you
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with special attachments for applying the current direct to airy part of the body.
You may havo tried ordinary batteries or taken electric treatment from physicians without getting any lasting
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Vita cnu be used al day or all night r, ithout interfering with your work or re.H. It costs less thau a courso of
Wfeat the Cured Say j
Mr. O, J. Nordberg. Frisco, Utah, says: "l am well Mr. Willis King. Los Animn. Colo., say: "Elcctra-
pleased with Elcctra-Vila. I havo practically received u Vita has helped my kidneys wonderfully. T can now sleep ID
new Hlomach since I commenced the treatment, and my old through the night without being disturbed. My appetlti M
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Elinor Oalton. plaintiff. . Simon Doltou.
Tho r.tatn of Utah to Uie said defendant:
You arc hcrnby summoned to nppear
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