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II PRICES FIRM
S jlnient in Money Situa
s &uses Buyers to Ad-
pce Their Figures.
jfcAMATED GOES UP
A Shown in the Harri
iSecurities; B. & O.
n iWs Oversubscribed.
J aBiUonal News Service.
Kirk' Jan. 0. The stock mar
mlrs ' stronger, in fact, than
Mfcferrcd from the prices on the
1 IEwlatlon, however, is still dull
1 'jVtaielnezs becomes active in ex.
Kl br. difficult to g-et brokers
ftntbuflasm or confidence.
Kt opened dull but firm. The
Krovemenl In the money situ
logically tlio cancellation
KSders and buyers were com-
KJBjJraucs their Azures to fulfill
ilKUytlmeB tho unfavorable news
,1Er published regarding copper
fBtrftdnesday' would cause liqul
the copper sharoB. This did
tdday and the Bhorta were
mia cover by bidding and ad
price for Amalgamated, The
nJo? aMO chares by one operator
iK.Tiee- As stated In this col
market Is oversold. Efforts to
jXfft contracts wero responsible
tharp advances In boot sugar,
iKlhern Faclllc and the oil stocks.
yMjj tobacco continued Its ad
. 'Rumors of Increased dividends
S flSjKlj current, as the earnings arc
' Kbe very large.
lSiltKlta llic uftcnioon was centered
iTBil anl ulon Pacific. Traders
n "Ke to realize that liquidation
SiA In both these stocks for tho
Krf the chances seem to favor
Elnsr market for them. A dls--:La
Washington stated that the
iWgtneral liud reversed Ills poal
iS r.ow Insisted that the Union
HAmHM nnVU Central Pacific and
nHnKcrn Pad lie shares should not
llfljBotd pro rata. The case is ho
iHfed that tho bankers most Inter--uimllllne
to express any opln
yki moment. ContlUencc is felt,
Ktbat the solution will be ami
ta ,-;both companies,
r '"announced shortly before the
" iB iho new underwriting syndl
jHle Baltimore & Ohio bonds had
jK('r oversubscribed. This ln
fKecas for the $63,250,000 bonds
Kit offered to the Baltimore &
"omoD and preferred stockhold
VHi ahd accrued interest.
!0trket Is better than the prices
l StriB reasonable to expect that both
' WrMe over the end of the week.
ihlM Closing Stock List.
j Sales,! H. L.lcTsq
Copper ..' 23.100 70 I 771 78
MW Asrlcul !.... 5G
Becl SuST-' ri-500 093! S7 SS8
,'SCan j 3, P00 rjli 308 ."0'2
IF J 1,000 118 117 1173
(US Car & Fdy1 1,300 553 552 553
I m-'Hn Cotton Oil.' , 50
'b Ice Sccur. 900 21? 201 212
'Wl Linked ..' 200 101 103 102
. JB6 l'0mo .. . -iS
" ma S & Ref..' 13.200' 7-1 J 7i;' 732
- " j... .11051
l)Sar Ref ' 500 1175116i 117
OKfi1 Tel & Tel.' 200 ir,0Ell398130
Wfjm Tobacco ' 1.300 2RSJ LSu 2SS
Mk'SiP1 MlnlnE Co 2,900 304 30 '
Ute - ,. ' 1,200 10Si 100 llOGi
mk"" 200 10H 101 '101
Coast Line. 900 133i i;;23jl3'JS
j$WL i 1. ".00,1061 1058406
ilo, W ... fi.SOO Mh 39Ei
'JB'iPlJ Transit' C.200l f)23 013 92i
JflH. 1 Pacific 5,300 2CC3126I3 2C61
Leather ... 100 20 29 2S3
m :hI- ; 2. $00 79; 79 1 79
f .9f Western 1,200 175 ICS. Ill
mi & St P. 6.500 HGi 1154111-?
tP'1 & Nw :i00'137 137 1137
v(( H t Iron. , 1.200 3t3 3U' 35
1 in,HU(JL0n '........165
fc F.lo G.. . . 500 23a 22M 231
. 700" 403! 401 4U
tccur ... 600' 19JI lUi 10i
; ' 900 323 324 32i
MR ,Pfd C.000 lBl'jIlSll 132J
SI.6J p";,15, 200 41 I 40"i 40
' vlra! 200,127'.. 1271 12V
i liIet 1,200; ISt ISi 1SI
S 900 63il G3i 651
l l 'Une pfd....1 ' t,. .1 19J
ptr- 100l "5 in! ui
n T"".!" 200' ISi IS ! 17
Oty South.. 7001 27? 27 27
.7 . 11031
vlci"! if;-! i.poo ioi' icsi iG6j
I fflpc...' 400il42 1411 142
i ,feM""f 500 142U413 1411
AC' Pnlm35'-- 50 SOS 231 2S?
' l Sv1"-! 200 109 109 109i
SiJfMorn" 200 113111311131
ill &n !o siii si a su
lU Iah "C 2,400 12U J20? 121
T SJ' 200 301 30 30
.tJi 2,000 123E 123 123i
trSf loo'iic !ii6 liui
rn,i ls"l 200'103 1103 103i
S,1' 000 2i 21 231
rf?alacC Cfer. 100 165 165 165
35g.-'ron ( .St.l 900 20 '26 553
rtBfind"n;"" 500 S6i S6 S6
1 B C 600 2i! 21 211,
1 f, nT1. PW. 300 2S4 2S1 23
' Llne' I 1.00 20K IS? 20J
Am-l& Irn ...T 42
l,'ffl'c, 12.B00 1061 105Z 10GB
JjfWTyfty 600 2Sfi 2SI 28i
g.;; 300 si si 503
Kflf,c 23,5o6 irii lhbi mi
fMfiiu: V S'200 021 903 91S
fE, s 8tcel. 2S,000 6Ki 67fi 6S1
r9Kr 300 1108 1104 1101
jB hcnij ;o0 421 -121 421
'jjBojKl? '''l""200 'i '6 3ol
R!Lfr thc (ltty- 295.100 shares.
ftjyER BROTHERS BANKERS.
?obv Blyen that a npeelal
Ba,,E? 'tockhoWers of Walker
hM ,f,'.,a corporation, will bo
it No i-Jho offlc of nald cor
A uL, SOxUt,J .Wain street.
ifcS'Lldlnsr), Salt Lako city.
gy the hour of 10 o'clock a, tn-
SSBi' I'd nd h1d for
Tof th?'.-.n. An amondment to
'EorBni2,Mtllcleo of incorporation
K nn flAnf the. corporation from
Wt?nt0, , dlvWed Into B000
Si & l art,do 8 of eald artl
T dl.;?CTCa32 and make th
Wd ft0J? of 8ald corporation
fVi0ld.r8,' nietlnr 1b called
L0? W.u"n of the board of
p.i ua Walker Brothcra Bank'
) E. O. HOWARD.
RED III DIPS
Electrolytic Now Quoted at
$17.50 to 17.75 in New
York; Lead Unchanged.
Silver in lx)ndon:::::V.2b i-iJd
laKe, 5i,.n0l,.5,s; casting, ?17.12fcl7 37
March. WOOOfroWO; o0-1050.20;
Lead steady. $4.25 4.35.
Spelter steady, $7.07.i0.
Antimony quiet; cookeons, S10(olo 50
Iron quiet and unchanged. iuph.do.
uopper exports this month 3159 ion
t London spelter, 26 5e
LodonT VClaM warrant2. 67s Ud in
Now York Bondn.
11 JH 2s rc-10I- X C So ref 5b.. 951
do 2B cou ....101 L S deb 4s 1931 02
do Sb rcc; ....102SIou & N" Un 4sT 9S3
do 3s cou ....102JMoK&Tlst48 ... Oil
3?, H34 do sen 4s S62
do 4s com ....113BMO Pac 4a .. 708
At nnt - -1012 do convCs S73
mCial - 08 Ct' N Mc 3s S74
'j ' Y C ccn 31s.. S61
TrJr cv 43-1103 do deb 4c .... 9H
Arm & Co 4io.. 011 Nor Pac 4s .... 9S1
B & O iff 97BO S la rfdff 4s... 921
do 31s 018 StLo&SPYg4s 761
Chea & O 4s.100i do cen f,s .... ill
C t & Q jt 4s.. 96i do cv 4a 03D
do Ken 4 95J S P n R 1 ref' is 931
D & RG ref 06.. 832 Un Pac Is .... 9SI
III Cent 1 j-ef 4s 941 do cv 4s PG3
Inter Met 4is .. SU do 1st ref ik" III
Inter M M 45s. G63 U S S 2.168 TillOl!
Japan 4s 90 Wab 1st cxt 4s! 03J
Ifovr York Money.
OgK. -Tan- 0 Money on call
steady, 2i3 per cent; rulins rate. 23
per cent; closing bid, 22 per cent; offered
at 3 per cent.
TImo loans steady: sixty days, 4 ncr
cent: ninety days, 4i4J per cent; six
months, 4i per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. 5' to 55 per
cent.; sterllnp exchange strong with avlual
business in bankers bills at S4.S3 for sKtv
day bills and at S4.S6.75 for demand
Commercial bills, ?4.S25.
Bar "silver. 638c
Mexican dollars, 49c.
Government bonds steady.
Railroad bonds steady.
Condition of Treasury.
WASmNGTON. Jan. 9. The condition
of tho united States treasury at the beginning-
of business today was:
Worklntr balance 5 90,960,104
In banks and Philippine trca-
sur', - 30.008.0S0
Total in general fund 143,993,447
Receipts ycBtcrday 2.6S0.626
Deficit tills fiscal year 992)566
Deficit last year 21.892.4S2
The figures for receipts, disbursements
and deficit exclude Panama canal and
nubile dcbl transactions.
Hajr, Oats and'Eye.
MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 9. Bran in 100
pound sacks. 519.00Q19.50.
Flour Mills booked some fcood sales
today, demand more active Prices ad
vanced on account of thc upturn In
wheat. Shipment."?. 5S.21S hrirrcls. fin
wood f. o. b. Minneapolis) First patents,
$4.304.65; Hecond patents, ?4.154.40;
first clears, ?3.105)3 40: second clears,
Coffee Futures Steady.
XF.VT YORK. Jan. 9. Coffee futuren
closed Ktcady. net 1 point lower to 3
points higher, Suloe-. 90.000 bags, Jan
uary. 13.17c: February. 13.27c; March.
13.45c: April, 13. 5Sc; May. 13.75c: June.
13.79c: July. la.SOe: August, 13.93c: Sep
tember. 14.01c; October. 14c; November.
13.99c: December. J3.07c.
Spot, steady; Rio 7s. 131c: Santos 4s,
15Jc; Milo, quiet, Cordova, 16(3lSc
NEW YORK, Jan. 9. Evaporated ap
Prunes, firm: Callfornias up to 30-i0s,
Apricots and pcachcB, quiet.
Raisins, quiet and steady.
NEW TORK. Jan. 0. Cotton closed
steady, net 6 to 13 points lower.
NEW ORLEANS', Jan. 0. Cotton, spot,
middling, 12 ll-16eu
St. Louis Wool. j
ST. LOUTS. Jan. 9 Wool, steady: me
dium prades, combine: and clothing. 231
26c: light fine, 19021c: heavy fine, I3
ISc; tub-washed, 2736c.
CHICAGO. Jan, 9, CatUe Receipts.
8000. Market, slow, genorally Btcudy.
Beeves, ?5.90(cf 9.40: Texas tftccre, $4.70
K.S3; western Htecrs, $5,7087.40; stockcrs
and feeders. 54.0fi?7.65; cowa and heif
ers, ?2.S5'i?7.60: calves, SG.75fdM0.7S.
.Hogs Receipts, 28,000. Market, alow,
shade higher than Wednesday'! average.
Light. J7.20(f7'7.471; mixed, 57.257,50:
heavy. S7.20(37.521: rough. $7,2001)7.30:
Dies, 55.7557.D0; bulk of -gales, 57.40
tjjiecn Receipts. 15,000. Market,
strong at Wednesday's average. Native,
S4.50Q6.00: western, ?.60tfl)6.00; .vcar
HngH, 56.205('8.50: lambs, native, 56.
9.15; western, ?5,909.15.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. f. Cattle Re
ceipts. 4000. including 400 oouthcrns.
Market, otcady. Native steers, ST.OO
q -'S- souU)ern steers. $6.onfD7.GO: south
ern'cows and hclfcra. J3.75ifr0.25; nntive
cowa and heifers. $::.7G(5i7.S0; stockers
ad feeders, ?5.2r,rg;7.in; bulls. $G.00(g)6.50:
calves $6.0010.00: western steera. $6.00
8.B0; western cows. $3.75S'6.50.
"iof:Bneceipt. 10.000. Market, strong.
Bulk of talcs, $7,2067.40; heavy. 57.35
7 45: packerB and butchers. $7.357.0;
lirht $7.10!o)7.30; plgt. f 0.256.75.
bheep Receipts. GOOO. Market, strong.
Muttons. $4.0006.00: lambs. ST.S0g;8.So:
range wcincrs ann i jcarmiga, vu.iy
range en'es, ?3.50(go.2o.
COTITIT OMAHA. Jan. P. Cattle Re
ccfnt" SSOof Market, steady. Native
"oor. $6.40(8)9.-10: cowa and heifers
S3 757.00; western steers. 5.505.25:
Tias BteerH. $4.75(36.25; range cows and
hYlfefs ?3.56S6.I50; cannnra. 53.254.40;
Lifters and feeders, $4-75(87.75: calves,
009 00- bulls, Dtarrs. etc. ?4.25)fl.50.
I ? Wo-Recelpts, 11,600. Market, Kteady.
Heavy! STofcs: mLxed.. $7JU)7.25;
light $6-95 f'7.20: pls. ?5.756.75; bulk
YelrflnsZ $6?7l6.00; wethoru 93.2W
65- ewes. $4.50(0.00: lambs. SS.009.00.
It is a eood plan to take tlio time to
acinaint one 'a self with the opportu ni
ltie that are prwentorl throuph tho
SB? SS"( ASM
SUGAR AND EGGS LOWER
ON SALT JJVRE MARKET
Hawaiian Pineapples Are New and Are Proving
Popular; Potatoes Register Slight Decline.
SUGAR was 20 cents a. hundred
weight lower yesterday than it
wa on the local market a week
-igo. According to local dealers,
. w P"cc quoted yesterday was tho
!. S8tH tl,t L had bccn for morc than
n ofl Pe'crs would not offer reasons
lcl,l? (Jc.(rIIQ ln Ule price of thc im
c!waJlfln, P'ncapplcs were new for thc
fho m a.nd. "Serines looked better on
the market than they have for some
lime. Ltah honey in the comb, at 20
cents a pound, or two pounds for 35
Cer ' u'atl "U3Jlv attractlvo
I.,.,.1" 1 C5BP wcre chcapor than they
i-i,ecn or several months, selling
yebtcrddy on thc retail market for 40
,imis a1doz1c,1 There was nlso a ullght
uecllno in thc price of potatoes.
Local quotations arc:
Tangerines, dot 15 CS
Quince. 4 lbs for "5
Persimmons, per lb. , '5
Ilallan chestnuts, per lb....! "23
Pomgraiiates. por lb 101
Cocoanuts. each 10 o !ll
Apples, peck w 50
Bananas, donn m
Figs, dozen 0
Grapefruit, each 12;S '.15
Lemons, per dor 25 n .40
Oranges, per doz 30 .60
Pears, per lb i0
Cranberries, lb in
Malaga grapes, lb .',-
Hawaiian pineapples, each.. .125
Utah cabbage 03
Bell peppers ."15
Carrots, two bunches for.... .15
Horseradish, per lb .25
Lettuce, each, 10c ...2 for ... .15
Artlchdkes. each .15
Brussels sprouts, lb .15
Parsley, per bunch .05
California, spinach, buunch .. .05
Radishes, bunch .05
Green onions, 3 bunches for.. .10
Turnips, per lb .03
Carrots, new. per lb .03
Beets, now. per lb .03
Potatoes, peck .20
Fresh tomatoes, per lb 121
Utah Cauliflower, per lb .... .12
Egg plant, per lb .125
Potatoes, wholesale. Dcr cwt. ,S0
Spanish onions .10
Cane, per cwt $5. SO $5.90
Beet, per cwt. 5.70 5.80
Cane, 11 to 13 pounds 1.10
Beet. 13 to 15 pounds 1.10
Bulter, cream cry, extra .35 $ .40
Butter, creamery, first 30 .35
Butter, ranch 25 .30
Utah, per pound $ .1SJ $ .30
Swiss (Imported), per lb... .37 .50
Block Swiss (domestic),
per pound 24 .33
New York cream, per lb 20 .25
Roquefort, per pound 42 .60
Camembert, dozen 4.00 5.00
Llmbergcr, per pound 22 .30
Edam, dozon 12.60 ....
Bismarck, brick 24 .28
Eastern .... 19 .30
Young Amerlcajj .22 .30
Eastern Daisies 20 .30
Fresh epge, per case .... $ 9.00
GRAIN SHORTS ARE
Triumphant Longs Reap a
Rich Harvest on Chicago
Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Jan. 9. TL was a hard day
for whorts in tho grain pit today. Corn
aborts were fairly stampeded and bid
against each other in order to cover, run
ning the price of May up for a net gain
of 1c A variety of influences advancod
May wheat Jc, but shorts were tho most
active bidders. Oats and provisions fin
ished the day higher.
Big lntorcsta have been opposing each
other ln com recently, backing their
opinions with plenty of money. During
the period of Its weakness May corn was
sold plentifully at 47o and in the slow
rise which followed tho bears added to
their tales. In the last few days they
have fought to check the persistent re
action, 'but tho demand Bcemod undimin
ished. Today, when the market opened
with May bids from Jc to Kff'ic over tho
previous close, thc shorts were seized
with genuine alarm. Led by the fore
most bear, millions of bushels were cov
ered to tho profit of triumphant longs.
The close was strong, with May only la
under thc top. Thc advance shut' ofC ex
port buslnees to a largo extent.
Tho advanco in wheat was baaed on
enthusiastic reports of export sales,
Including 50,000 bushels from Chicago,
and a good demand from millers who
were eald to have Bold 250,000 barrels of
flour In tho lust two days to bakers alone.
Shorts wore thc heaviest purchasers.
Traders short of oats covered in sym
pathy with tho wheat and corn strength.
CaHh oats In tho sample market advanced
Jc. Demand for shipment was mod
crate. There was a good general demand for
provisions because of tho light run of
hogs west and higher prices at the stock
RANGE OF THE LEADING FUTURES.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Close.
May 02B 93 921 92J
July 805 90S S96 901
Sopt ...... SSi S95 882 S9g
May ";0 505 4S2 30t
Julv 50: ulS 502 514
Sept CIS 52 J Si; 528
May .. .... "52 S51 33!
July 3311 335 s::i ssi
Sept 331 33j 33fc
Cash quotations were as follows: Ryo,
No. 2. 63i64!. Timothy. 5 3. 00 dp 3. 90.
Clover, 51Q.00fiT'19.50. Barley, feed, 50
VGc.l malting, 587.1c-
Mess pork, new, $lS.00(ft 1S.12. Lard,
$9.60. Short ribs, $0.12Jg0 S75.
Total clearances of wheat and flour
equaled 571,000 bushels. , Primary re
ceipts. 1,122,0000 bushels, ngalnBt 317,000
a year ago.
Estimated receipts tomorrow: Wheat,
121. cars; corn, 4u2 cars; oats, 100 cars;
hogs, 24,000 head.
CHICAGO. Jan, O.Buttflr Firm.
Creameries, C6Q'341c. ,
Esgs Firm. Receipts, 23S1 canes:
fresh receipts at mark, cases Included.
23i26c; refrigerator firsts, 20c; firsts.
Checse Steady, DatoleB, 16J317c:
twins, 16ia'161c: young Americas, 16J2)
17c: long horns. lSlnc.
potatoes Steady. Receipts, 33 earo:
Wisconsin, 4247c; Michigan, 46t3'4Se;
Poultry Firm. Turkoyo. alive, Inoj
dressed, 51c; live chickens, 14c; live
cprlng chickens, 1 Pie.
Veal Steady, 9&?14c I
i , -
Selected , oat, Htora go eggs 7.00 ....
Case eggo, per case 6.75 ....
Fresh eggs, per dozen .40
Milk and Cream.
FreHh milk, gallon 28(5-30 .081
Over counter .03
Babies' special .12
Fresh cream Jl.OD ,10
Whipping cream 1,20 .00
Barracuda, per lb $ .11 . 5 .is
Black bass, per lb 23 .35
Carp, per lb ;. .05 .ug
.Codfish, per lb OS .15
Crabs, each ao .35
Ycllowtall, per lb..,.. 12 15
Flounders, per lb 11 .15
Kingfish, per lb 11 .15
Halibut, per lb .17 .22
Herring, por lb .09 .12J
Prawnc, per quart 32 .35
Perch, per lb 11 .15
Rock cod. per lb......... .11 .15
Fresh, salmon, per lb. 15 .20
Sliver smelts, per lb 11 .15
Sea baE3, por lb 4 .14 .20
Lobster, per lb 30 .35
Shad, per lb 10 .12J
Smelts (Cal.) per lb....... .15 .20
Soles, per lb.., 11 .15
Brook trout, oach. ....... .12f .15
Tom cod, per lb 12 .15
Fresh shrimps, per lb 20 .25
Salmon trout, por lb 19 .25
Mullet, per ' lb .05
1 Carp, per lb .05
Mountain trout, per lb... .35 .10
Superior whitcfish, por lb.- .25 . .30
Fresh mackerel ' .12 .17
Red snapper 10 .15
Anchovies If, .20
Mackinaw trout, per lb,.. .22 .30
Plko 25 .30
Oysters, selected, per gal ?2.75
Oysters, selected, per pint i0
Dressed hons. per lb J..17 5 .25
Geese, per lb ".20 .25
Turkey, per lb,.., 24 2729
Ducks (domestic), lb IS .22
Roasters, per lb 18 2530
Broilers, per lb ..- .25 30JfG5
Medium wild ducks, per doz 3.50
Dressed beef, per lb , OJrfMUi
Dressed mutton, per lb 7 S
Dressed pork, per lb 9 10
Pork loin, per lb 121
Dressed spring Jamb, per lb 10111
Sirloin, per lb 22
Family porterhouse, per lb 2S ff30
Short cut, por lb 25 S0
Round, per lb 20
Chuck, per lb 15
Pot roast, per lb 20
Rump, per lb ; 17120
Boiling, per lb 121
Soup bones, por lb 4
Pork chopu, per lb .....20 (iD25
Hams, per lb .- 20 24
Shoulder roast, per lb 15
Mutton (leg), prime, per lb 171
Loin and rib chops, per lb...... 20
Shoulder chops, per lb 15
Spring Iamb roast, per lb 20f?25
Spring lamb chops, per lb 25ig30
Stow, per pound ". 10
Salt pork, per lm 171
Veal chops, per lb 2030
Shoulder chops, per lb 20
Ham, per lb., center cuts 30
Ham. per lb, first cuts 25
Bacon, slab, per lb 2S
Bacon, fancy, per lb., sliced 40
I - Hay and Grain.
Alfalfa, per ton 513.50 5
Timothy, per cwt 17.00 ....
Alfalfa, per" cwt , .75
Tltnthy, per cwt .95
Bran, per cwt 1.20 1.35
Barley (roller), per cwt.... 1.33 1.50
Corn, per cwt 1.40 1.55
Cracked corn, per cwt 1.45 1.60
Cornmeal, per cwt 2.50 3.00
Oats, per cwt 1.40 l.oi
Shorts, per cwt .1.35 1.50
Wheat, per cwt - 1.45 1.60
Bran and shorts 1.23 1.40
High patent. Utah, per cwt. .?2,002.20
Straight grade, Utah, cwt.:.. I.OOiJDS.IO
Bakers' No. 1, per cwt 1.80(g"'2.00
High patent, Utah, per cwt. .?2.30((?32.60
Straight grade, Utah, cwt 2.20g2.40
Bakers' No.. .1, cwt. ..,....... 2.10j2.35
NEW YORK. Jan. 9. Flour, steady,
with a small Jobbing trade.
Wheat, spot? firm; No. 3 red, 51.061
nominal, elevator, and $1,071 nominal f.
o. b. afloat: No. 1 northern Duluth. 993c
f. o. b. afloat. Futures closed Ic higher.
May, PSifJOOc, closed 95 15-16c; Julv
. Raw sugar Easy, MuBcovaflo. .59 tect,
3.02c; centrifugal. .96 test, S.52c: mo
lasses, .89 test, 2.77c; rcflnod, steady.
BUTTE & SUPERIOR
WEAK ON THURSDAY
Jamc3 A. Pollock & Co., bankers and
brokers, furnish the following, received
over their privato wire yesterdav after
noon: Paine, Webber & Co., Boston Transactions-.
North Butte were Bllghtly heavier
today, one house taking about 1500 -shares,
the selling bcJng scattered but coming
freely enough to prevent muclv chango
in price. The feature of the Jocul list
wa weakness in Butte & Superior, which
declined three points on liquidation of
long Htock. No Information was given
out to account for the doclino and none
of tho rumors can bo found to hac any
basis in fact Insiders who havo been
prominent in the past ln supporting tho
stock were not In evidence, today and It
found few buyers. The rest of tho mar
ket wa3 very dull.
Logan & Bryan, New York The stock
market displayed n rather good tone to
day, which was Induced primarily by
what seemed to be tho repurchase of
copper shares, especially Amalgamated,
sold hastily ycKforday after the nubllcn
tlon of thn producers' report. The fact
that supplies of copper metal increased
materially during December, coupled with
the fact that the inquiry for metal of
lato has not boon as keen as heretofore,
has caused some hesitancy among hold
ers of copper shores, but aside from some
reselling of metal by small Jobbers tho
disposition on tho nart of selling agen
cies to lower quoted prices hiis not boon
pronounced. There Is quite a little specu
lation conducted In copper metal war
rants In London and selling by tired
holders of same has doubtless been re
sponsible for the unKottloment of thc
metal in London.
Various reports aro In circulation rela
tive to thc probable disintegration nlanR
of thn Union Pacific, but po far nothing
definite lias tninsnlred. and, as a conse
quence, more or less hesitancy and re
straint hns been In evidence amoncr tho
holdnrs of Southern Pacific and Union
Pacific. Tho foreign political sltunMon
HeomlnBtv being adjusted In a walinfai
tory manner, thonsrh progress admitted.
IV is slow. However. odvicen donoto
that the powers are actlvlv engaged in
ffort to oromote co-operation among
th contending elements.
nniile we believe tho Incontlvo to pro.
moto a bmxd upward movement Ik sMU
larking, st 111 wo tnc!ln to tho vlow thn
KatJefnctory result will accrue on nn--Hiasce
of the standard Imsum prinolonllv
tho rail, on the drives for moderate
Munv fjpd it profitable to us tho
Wants in effecting out of tit ordinary
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Notice Is hereby clvcu that the annual
incctlne of the utockholders of the Con
tinental Life Insurance & Investment
company, a Utah corporation, will be
I held at the office or said company, COO
McCornick block. Salt Lake City. Utah, on
the 14th day of January, 1313, at 10
o'clock a. m. lor tho following pur
poses: 1. To consider and take action upon
the Question of amending that portion of
article 8 of the articles of Incorporation
of said company, which reads as follows:
"The officers of this corporation shall
"JL A board of twenty-five (25) direc
tors, aeven (7 of whom shall constltuto
so that the same when and as amended
shall read as follows:
"Tho officers of this corporation shall
"1. A hoard of fifteen (15) directors,
seven (7) of whom shall constitute a
. For the purpose of considering and
taking action upon tho question of amend
ing article XL of tho articles of incor
poration of said company so that the
same when and as amended shall read as
"Immediately aner the election of of
ficers to bo held in January, 1913, there
shall be three classes of directors, each
class to consist of five (5) members. The
first class shall hold office for the term
of one year, tho second class shall hold
office for tho term of two years, and tho
third clasH shall hold offlco for the term
of three years, and commencing with tho
year 1314 all directors elected shall hold
office for the term of thre years."
8. Por the purpose of electing directors
to fll'r any and all vacancies existing In
the board of directors.
4. To elect a president, a vlco presi
dent, a secretary and a treasurer, for tho
B. For the purpose of considering ana
taking action upon the question of re
pealing, changing, modifying and araend
lnp the bylaws of this corporation.
8. To transact such other business as
may legally come before tho meeting.
' JOHN DE3RN.
President Continental Life Insurance &
W. V. RICH.
Secretary Continental Life Insurance &
Frank Knox, President.
J. A. Murray, Vice Pros.
J. C. Lynch, vlco Pro
W. F. Erirls, Cashlor.
E. A. Culbertaon, A art. Cashier.
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OALIFOBNTA CO-OP -MEDICAIi CO., -
capitalized at $2,500,000, divided into ,r (H
50,000 shares at a par value of $50 H fl
a share, which is all working capital. tj !H
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ASSESSMENT NO. 3. ?
HUler Novada Copper company. Pi ln- i
rlpal placo of buslner.p, Salt Lake City. IH
Utah. Location of mines. Lander county. i M
Notice is hereby given that at a meet- i
lng of the board of directors of tho j
Hidcr Nevada Copper company, held on 2 1
thc 15th day of November. 1012, assess- i il
mont Xo. 3 of one-half () cent per ' jj
share was levied upon tho capital -stock j 9 1
of tho corporation, issued and outstand- ! H
lng, payable immediately to tho secrc- , , 1
tary at his office, caro of IrcCornlck & L H
Co.'fi bank, corner First South and Main i 1
street. Salt Lake City. Utah. I fi H
Any stock upon which this assessment iM
may remain unpaid on Friday, tho 20th ; IH
day of December, 1012, will bo delinquent i H
and advertised for talc at public auction, I kM
and unless payment Is made before, will I H
be sold on Saturday, the 11th day of i B
January. 1913, at 4 o'clock P- in., ac thc I i ! H
sccretarj-'s ofrtcc. to pay tho delinquent ) c ' H
assessment thereon, togethor with tho ) ' H
costs of advertising and expense of rale. I
JNO. .1. MORRIS, Secretary. rH
First publication November 22, 191L'. ,
At a meeting of the directors of th?.
Ilider Nevada Copper company, held at i I VIH
McCornick & Co. n bank on Wednesday. i iiH
tho lSth'do' of Dccombcr. 1912. the date i jfH
of delinquency for tho payment of na- ifH
yceymcnt No. 3 was extended from Dc- 'Klllfl
oembor 20, 1912, to Wednesday, the 2Gth
day of February, 101o. KuiiiH
JNO. J. MORRIS. Secretary. i IjM
I ASSESSMENT NO. 4.
O. K. Silver Mining & Milling company.' ' fH
principal place of business, Salt Lake I I It flH
City, Utah; locution of mines. Indian ''iH
Sprhigt;. Tooele county, Utah. J fM
) Notlco iu hereby plven that at a meet- H
lnsr of the board of directors of tho O. IC. SiilH
Silver Mlntn? & Milling company, held liH
on the 23rd day of December, 1912. as- i tlH
segment No. -( of one-quarter (i) cent
pur share was levied upon tho capital ,( dH
stock of tho corporation. Issued and out- I cH
Etandlngr, payable immediately to tho ueu- .SH
rctary at hlu office. 1235 Beck street, .. tHiH
alt Lake City, Utoli. . FH
Any stock upon which Jtblu assenument t rBiiH
may remain unpaid on Thursday, tho 30th ,'j IfH
day of January, 131H. will b0 delinquent A t flilH
and advortlscd for nolo at public auction. hfcllH
and unless payment la made boforo. will I'H
bo sold on Thursday, tbo 20th day of ' '- H
February. 1913. at 10 o'clock a. m.. at tho , H
company't) office, to puy tho 'delinquent U JM
assessment thereon, 1 050 1 her with tho r fM
costs of advertising and expense of sale. " HiH
R. M. HOLT. Sncretury.
First publication, December 29- 1912. 7, H
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