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"M , THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1913. n T NM
Securities Soft All
ViU the Metal Itself
1MB' SHORT SELLING
BjKnt of the Steel Cor-
lkP'n 011 Unfilled Ton
jBjige Is Favorable.
Kflonal Ken's Service.
B(JRK. Jf"- 10. The stock mar
jKi; that Is. unlesu you Insist on
WBuslncrs Is dullvery dull.
T lKcks were soft all day. Tho
A fljBket looked ragged. Sales were
1 jHtr current quotations and buy-j
36jHw,'y filllnff Immediate requlro-
tjBkny of tho copper companies
yiKfood profit with the metal at
S Kwhy prices should bo retained
HjtlGdal Icrcl of IT! cents is a
klf Until (ho situation becomes
Kfij buyers como in, or until the
i Kcufi the public "will do well to
L JKr Of these stocks. There was
Ert selling of Amalgamated and
iEper stocks on a. story that an
TV .Etlon would be made next woek
IJ -;Btlnltcil Metals Selling company.
ifctnalsaniated company took over
i Oh'mS concern last year, It la possi
J.S ,Kt lis identity may have been
wt without public knowledge.;
Ktwe quickly and there Is plenty
nfnHtce that corporations aro anxious
"IvTBpato events by cleaning house.
Bible Steel Report.
BBBtiement of the steel corpora -KriTic
unfilled tonnayo or. 7,352, --frorablc
more favorable than
Bkvc been expected with reports
H&ealng up In the steel business.
'.jKoratJon Is offering fresh bonuses
lmtjtes who remain with them
'fwrf. Such methods will tend to
, '.KrKers satisfied and develop effl-
KTbla plan, carried to n. logical
jmm, Bhould in future insure to tho
Ht a voice In the management of
,Eui Tobacco made a further ad
Earnings for the year arc
.Bf&t 30 per cent, and it is prob
'K'tbe slock will be placed on a
Kll available for dividends on
for the year ending Dc
BVarfc estimated at J2.000.UO0. or
( MO,O0O ahead of the previous
jHjInoIs Central railway is expect
iKcr 58,000. 000 equipment notes
ptk. an a basis of 4S0 per ccnL
fboald prove attractive to in-
Tim Issue will probably be
'Htiut by Kuhn, Locb & Company.
Km Pacific Firm.
Kro Pacific stock was distinctly
Bnn? the entire day. From a
jjHblut of view tho stock looks
JjE.jnd there is a growing belief
delay in the plan .for segrega
Lwork lo Ihe benefit or Southern
tBptockholderE. There is appar
ahort Interest open In the mnr
l is understood that Union Pacific
Be upward of 560.000,000 of Its
ra Pacific to that company in pay
Mr the Central Pacific. An an
ient to this effect is looked for
V h unnaturally easy, considering
vani that still exists for funds
v A furthor engagement of S2.-
so'd for export tomorrow was
wo. The known movements of
radicate that the banks will snow
J addition to surplus account in
I Ps statement. It is probable,
p. Uiat bond transactions and
fcof bank shares may bo reflected
rjjtotement. Several new issues
MCtsa to be announced at the be
fof the week. Traders arc ln
lo. await the meeting of the &u
ourt on Monday nnd are looking
"Wjff on the Minnesota rate case,
a favorable decision be rendered,
W undoubtedly stimulate bullish
f lo the rtock market. A favor
flnon in expected.
L Closing stock List.
2 ' Sales. PI. I L. JCIse
jCon ...... ..,33.0001 T73 7C 7C,
Sugar 7001 riSif'SS ! 3Si
, SOOl 30. SOij o0i
? i f.OOjllS 1117 Ill7i
. I 100 551! 55M 51?,
Lf ' 2,000 23! 1 22
Weed 1 ioj
Z V -I "Vool'jriiil
W & Rcf ...t 10.0001 74 I 724 -1
t x ' .. ..!.... 105
? T I Tooliani'isnvisni!
? 7, :;,2002043l'90 12011
" Co 1 1.7001 3911 oS'i
S 1 l.GOOilOSipOG 100
jL:r, loouoij.iou uii
et Line . J t. .. i;i2
, SOOll6r.!l05Z 1052
Kcl ! 1001 -lOL! 50J -404
Tr l.SOol flsji 02 !)2t
i?t "" '- 2,:iO0!L'i;52l2Cll 2CM
Pl'cr ' 8001 "S3 2SE 20
' 100 7SJ 7S3 782
DorM.t... 001135 !lS8 1K7j
g' Iron .... GOO! S51I T nil
By.:;; 500:J42!lH3 .H13
i 200 1,1 131 1".5
4Iml " 165
S00 41 405 40,
. i 1 105
, JhJvj '!" Vo'Jiss' isiVlis'5"
fd -X - r'"0H3O? 130lil30i
Oro Ctfs. SOOl (1 401 10
!K' I 1001128 lL'S 12S
500 IS ISi ISi
IHLl--' 2.000 641 "5 63S
vKrft?te!; 100 110 110 1104
iPtr I ; ug
K?D j 100 IS IS j 174
Jn3B5 300 14211H2 '142
SLS t m., .-oo in i4U
hui; 1.000 43 423 42?
Km ' ,.., .... I'-'"
Rej':'3,'nr'(i;'',v0,oi,27i '27i tih
f 'iv 50011001 10SJI10S9
iHPWnM SOOl 332 33 331
i.HfeiC8t 1 300 11311133 1131
.tE' 1 100 Sli Sli' Sift
IEVti't 1.200 121 120111209
,Me" 100 311! 311! 30i
.fm'ttiu C00ll235 123i'123i
Hc or;"-- ioo;ii5j nci ns
f,K'Car Yo'6 i65lifi5 165
Bll7,"c; V" 12.000 167l!lt568 1B75
Steel..., 50ol s.-.ai sr.j
W jv- 4Q0i So'l Soet $15
IHK" 2001 t-'-ti 241 24
WAlft M 100 23 2S 275
?Bp.'v. . 00 Q 20 20J 20
IK." 'ii.Voo iovi ions 10
ISSU:"" 500 2S1 2S 2S
KC -.'!.'!' ""l00!'22if 321 221
13,8001101 !l(01 1H03
fHBtlT;V ---. 2001 n 1 4 CM 5 9U
:;gl.. .) 10f)i 76 1 70 75j
JHHQs for the day. 200.400 shares.
i CHANGE I Fl;t
Lake Has Shade the Belter of
Electrolytic Copper; Spelter
-H"! I ,X-rH-'l-H?"H'I"I"l-:..;..;..
y Copper (electro) ?17.50(5JU7.75
bilvcr In London .....211 5-lcd
Epf rom' Jan- 30. Copper Quiet
poU 516.7517. 25 Febniary
J 7'5ol l'-?1' zi olcctic:
Tin AVeaJt: spot, 550. 0550, 25- Jann-
Lead Quiet; 54.25(5)4.35.
bpcltor Quiet; $7.207.40.
nnhllD,V.''QuU CooJwon'a, J1010.50.
I on Quiet and unchanged.
Lopper arrivals. 135 tons; exports for
tn la month. CH7 Ions. Local Sango
sales copper. 50 tons. London copper
WeiaiC' ,8poU, 4 ,1s; fitiircs. 74 7s m;
L,ocaI exchange sales tin, 45 tons. Lon-
?227 IB 1 bVOt' "S 15s: fu".
Lond lead, i'17 13s ?d
London spelter. 26 2e 6d.
Iron Cleveland warrants. 6Gs 0d in
WEEKLY TRADE REVIEW.
Both Dun and Bradstreet Roport Satlo
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. Bradstrect's will
There is more life in trade this week.
The widespread cold wave, accompanied
by snow and rain, had variable effects on
retail trade, but on Uio whole It was bene
ficial, helping distribution of wearing ap
parel, shoes and rubber goods. In addi
tion, the coal trado was benefited and
tho winter wheat crop, hitherto bare, re
ceived a fair snow covering. On the oth
er, hand, the western railways felt the
retarding effect of tho storm and the
coldest weather In thirty years In south
ern California caused heavy damage.
The movement in prices has been ir
regular. Cold weather has affected quo
tations of some farm products. On tho
exchange tho features, are tho appear
ance of more strength In the grains, but
cotton' Is 30 points off on unloading by
tired long holders, aided by larger than
expected ginning returns.
Building at all cities probably broke
all records lost year.
Business failures for tho week ending
January 9 Mere 378, tho largest total
for any corresponding week slnco 100S
and one that compares with 421 In the
like week of 1012. There were forty-eight
failures In Canada, last week.
Wheat. Including flour, exports from
tho United States and Canada for tho
week ending January f) aggregate 5,661.
044 bushels, against l,596.tlS bushels last
week and 2.560.S21 bushels this week last
Corn exports for' the week aro 656,100
bushels, against 1,362.606 bushels last
week and 312.035 bushels in 1912.
NEW YORK. Jan. 10. Dun's Review
will say tomorrow:
Business "In nearly all departments
continues very satisfactory, tho volumo
i of transactions making an Imposing to
tal, as Is evidenced by tho week's sta
tistics of bank clearings. There is a gen
eral fooling of conservative optimism.
While tho negotiations for peace in. tho
Balkans arb delayed, the strain is lessen
ing. Labor troubles In the New York
clothing trade produce more or less un
certainty, but dry goods generally dis
Extreme cold weather has prevailed In
many sections and damage to the fruit
crops is reported. Foreign trado stalls
tics continue to reflect the country's big
commerce, both outward and lnwnrd.
NEW YORK, - Jan- 10. Bradstrect's
bank clearings report for tho week end
ing January 0 shows an aggregate of 53,-
l'SU.015,000, as against 53,0o4,S20.000 last
week and $3,400,218,000 In the correspond
ing week last year.
The following is a list of the cities:
New York .$2,330,721,000 16.0
Chicago '342.106,000 21.0. ....
Boston 1S0.021.000 .... 3.0
Philadelphia .... 198.343,000 .2 ....
St Louis 08,873.000 28. o ....
Kansas .City .... 60.062,000 1S.4 ....
Pittsburg 62,632,000 20. J ....
San Franclco. .. 60,415,000 19.0 ....
Baltimore "S'SS'l'SS? 2n-
Minneapolis .. .. 2-iX?22S
New Orleans .... 22,391,000 t.i ....
Cleveland " ... 33,137.000 13.9 ....
Detroit S ...... 27, 101.000 35.7 ....
Los Angeles .... 2fi.C97.000 2a. o
Omaha 18,031,000 9.u ....
Mnwatkce . 17 316.000 2S.9 ....
ioulsvi lie .7 16 541,000 5.0 ....
AHanta .. ..... 38 868.000 0.1 ....
rtrand.-'OiV ... 12.880.000 2 .0 ....
frlpauf.:::::: :sS:8 8 fri ::::
Buffalo ..... 1 1 461.000 32,0 ....
nonvlv 10:230,000 0.7 ....
fflianapolls .... "-SSf-ggJ -2'? 'V
Providence 'T.'.-'nnn Th "
Richmond .. .... J2's"'s,nno 15 ""'
Washington, D. C. a ;-,'
SALT LAKE ... J-igrWS -.'.'n 10,1
gS'.! :.: tittS .:: r.i
Ih Moi.es . 6.320,000 26. S ....
gacwid. a. ... ss.j88 s?i
Norfolk lHiZ iss ""
Shonia :: .. ;.sw.oo; 5 ... ....
san Diego, cm. .. :;-2-J22 Jfj ;;;;
SS :::::: -vS :? ::::
&ntVCa, 2 121 000 10.? ....
J&?ct Okla.. 1.0.34 000 25,3 ....
F?emon?'b. " 412,000 24.0 ..
Now York Bonds.
Panama 3s coup.1013 do conv os ... S.3
All s Ch 1st 5ts.. 604N-Rys of Mx 4B8 S.J
B & O V.... 072 St L & SF fg 4s. 76S
e x. 0 41s .....1004 So Padf col 4s.. 94j (
do conv ilr: .. OSS do cv Ab ..... 03J
Si s fairer. u pi
Tnt,r Srct 41C.T S Steel 2d Bo.1011 '
Oouditiou of Troaaurj'
Vr-1 rhtntGTON. Jan. '10. The condl
tlo5"of"he UnVtcd State, treasury at the
beginning of bualnesa today 90 013,479
Working balance, ju.uio.-mj
S & and PhlllPPlno tvoaa-
yThe fisurcP for rrcolpts. rtlaburaomcnla ,
ajid d "licit exclude, Panama canal and
S lillc ! debt transactions.
NEWS HELPS PRICES
Wheal Opens Lower, but
Cablegram From London
.SJ1?0: Jan 10. Wlieat prices were
buffeted back and forth with no marked
ndvantagn to. either sld todav until the
arrival of a. cablegram predicting the
collapse of the peace negotiations at Lon
when Pr'ces ;ulvanced sharply.
Vheat opened !c to 3c off under the
influence of cables, which reflected only
s lightly the emphatic advance on this
side yesterday and enormous shipments
iron 1 the Argentine. Selling was liberal,
nut the output was well taken and an.
underlono of llrmness was quite appar
ent. Then came news of the hitch In
tho peace negotiations and shorts sour
ned to cover until .May at Its best sold
Jc over yeaforday's close- There wa3 a
reaction from the top on profit-taking,
but tho close was strong, May iiJc net
Corn opened slightly lower after yes
terday's advance of a penny, but recov
ered quickly when It was Been that there
wore plenty of purchasers. Prices for a
time Jluctuated narrowly until arrival
of the disturbing peace negotiation nows,
when May attained an altitude of lc
over yesterday's final figures. Profit
taking sales sent the price back $c at
the close, which, however, was fie over
Oats followed the path beaten by com
and wheat and eloped at the top. Ar
gentine shipments were liberal.
There was only a small, indifferent
trade In provisions. Flnctuallono were
narrow and the close a, shade under yes
terday. RANGE OF THIS LEADING KUTUUES.
Wheat Open. High. Low, Close.
May 02J 032 926 932
July 904 91 A 90 00!
Sept S91 S'Jl SSI S01
May 50!! 51 J 503 5U
July 511 52S 515 52J
Sent 525 55 A 52i 53
May 33! 345: 33i SU
July 338 341 33 3li
Sept 33E 34 038 31
Cash quotations were as follows: Kyc,
No. 2, 52.64; Barley, feed or mixing.
5055c; fair lo choice mailing, n4ftt4c:
timothy. $3f?3.90: clover. $10'19.75; pork.
$17.S7$jflS; lard. 59.60; ribs. $9.12i9.S7i.
Total clearances wheat and flour. S20,
000 bushels. Primary receipts. 1.053,000
bushels, against 3.290,000 a year ago.
Estimated receipts for tomorrow: Wheat.
90 cars; corn, 322 cars: oats, 163 cars;
hogs, 16,000 head.
CHICAGO. HI.. Jan. 10. Butter
Steady. Creameries, 26034ic.
Eggs Easy. Receipts, 4705; frc3h re
ceipts at mark, cases Included, 22(&25c;
refrigerator firsts, 19i20c; firsts, 26c.
Cheese Steady. Daisies, 16J(017c;
twins. 16J716ic; Young Americas, 16 j
17c; long horna, 16??lJl7c.
Polatues Easy.. Receipts, 27 cars.
Wisconsin, 42r?Mnc; Michigan,' 445l7c;
Poultry Easy. Turkeys, alive, 15c;
dressed, 21c chickens, alive. lie;
Yeal Steady, 9Mc.
v New York Produce.
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. Flour Steady,
with ;i quiet trade.
Wheat Spot, firm: No. 2 red, Jl.OOi
elevator and f 1.07 1 f. o. b. afloat, nomi
nal; No. 1 northern Duluth, ?1.00a f. o. b.
adoaU . Futures closed c net higher.
May. 9SE99gc, closed at 99gc; July closed
Sugar Raw. steady; muscovado, .89
test. 2.9Sc; centrifugal, .90 test. 3. ISc: mo
lasses sugar, .S9 test, 3.53c; rellncd,
New York Money.
j NEW YORK. Jan. 10. Money on call,
steady, 22t' per cent-; ruling rate. 2J;
closing hid, 21; offered at 3.
Time loans, llrm: sixty days, 4 per cent;
ninety days, six months, 4.
Prime mercantile paper, 55i per cent.
Sterling exchange strong, with actual
business In bankers' bills at 5 1. S3. 25 for
sixty-day bills and at $4.S7 for demand.
Commercial bills, 31.S24.
Mexican dollarc, 19c.
31ar silver, 03Sc
Government bonds, steady.
Railroad bond?, steady.
Boston Wool Market,
BOSTON. Jan. 10. Tho Commercial
Bulletin will say of tho wool market to
morrow; There has been a moderato amount of
business transacted In tho Boston wool
market this week, prices holding firm on
desirable lots of wool, whllo off sorts are
easy In tone. South American ciws
brcds havii been the W00J3 creating chief
interest In the trado. some old and new
clip wools selling. Otherwise there has
been lllllo activity except In fall Texas
wools, which havo sold fairly well, both
scoured and In the grease, at full rates.
The shipments of wools from Boston
from January 1 to January 9, Inclusive,
wero 6.667.3S3 pounds, against 9,897,351
pounds for the same period last year.
Tlax, Oats and Rye.
"MINNEAPOLIS. Jan. 10. Dran. in
100-pound sacks, 5195j'19.50.
Flour Market was active today; prices
unchanged; shipments, 61,132 barrels.
In wood f. o. b. Minneapolis First
patents, $4.304.05; second patents, $4.15
(754.40; first clears, $3.103.40; .second
CHICAGO, Jan. 10. Cattle Receipts
3500; market slow, generally steady.
Beeves, ?5.t)0rtj-9.40, Texas stcorr, $4.70
5,S5; western steers. 55.70(R7.40: slock
crs and feeders. S 4.407.65: cows and
heifers, $2.Slcj)7.60; calves, .6.7510.7u.
Hogs Receipts 21.000: market slow,
shado higher than Thursday's a'oragc.
Light, S7.30fl7.571; mixed, $7.30fi7.60:
heavv, 37.20(57.7.62 J: ruogh, 57.20677.30;
pigs, $5.75417.50: bulk or sales. ?.45S7.55.
Shcop Receipts 17,000; markot steady
to a shado lower. Natlvo, Sl.G5i5U6.II.;
western, 51.756.1G: yearlings. 36.30S
S.20: lambi, native, 5b.759.20; western;
ICANSAS CITY. Jan. 10. Cattle Re
ceipts 1500, including 400 southerns; mar
ket steady to strong. Native steers, $74J
0.15; southern stcer3. $Gg7.50: houthern
cows and heifers, ?3.75(5;6,::o; native cows
and belfers, S3.757.7o; slocknrs and
feeders. ?5.'.'5(5''7.75: bulls. 55i$6.G0: calves.
$6.5010.2; wostcrn slecrf. ?6Q!S.50; west
urn cows. J3. 75(3)6.50.
If0Za Receipts S000; markot strong.
Bulk of sales, $7.25i57.45; heavy, $7.40$
7.50: packers and. butchers. 37.30f37.45j
light. $7.1537.33; plgc, 56.257.
Sheep Receipts 4000; market steady
Muttons S4.5O0J6: lambs;. JS9.30; range
wcthrr. and yearlings, ?6(5'S; range ewes,
SOUTH OMAHA. Jan. 10. Cattle
Receipts. 1200. Market, steady. Native
steorg S6. 10(3'9. 10; cows and heifers.
8 75fi".7.00'. western r.tcero, 5.B0(8.25;
Texas steers. $4.5043)6.35; rango cows
and heifers, 53.50(g)6.50; otockcro and
feeders, 54.7o(5j17,75; calvcr, 56.00g'9.00.
Ilo'gc Receipts, 1000. Market, oc
higher. Heavy, S7.20fi77.40; mixed. $7.13
ro.7.25: light, $7.005'7.e0: pigs. .5.73(3
0.75: bulk of tales. 184.108.40.206.
Sljeei)R(!celptH. 3600. Market, sleazy. ,
Yearlings. ?7.0OU'S.0O, wethers. ?5.rO0 1
r."0; ecs, 51.43(5J'5.00j lumbs, SS.OQfSS.OO.
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I and expense to pay by I'
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BUSINESS SLOWS UP
AND STOCKS SUFFER
James A. Pollock & Co.. bankers and
brokers, furnish tho following, received
over their private wire yesterday after
noon: Paine. Webber & Co.. Uoslon. All
classes of stocks continued to sajr today.
The sellliur Is small in volume, but the
buying1 is even smaller. Butte fc Su
perior was weak at the opening on scat
tered liquidation and short selling, but
good support was furnished around 37
and the close Ehowcd a rally of two
points. Tho coppers wero weak, with
nothing to account for selling except lacH
of public interest. Present price for
the metal seems very uncertain and It
looks as If tho scattered selling of cop
pers was preliminary to a lower price for
Logan Bryan. New York. That,
hopefulness which was in evidence in
certain quarters some- days ago appears
to have been supplanted by a feeling
of restraint and hesitancy Induced pri
marily, it would seem, by scattered indi
cations of a slowing down process In
commercial and Industrial lines.
The copper Industry has boon pointed
out in the above connection, and since
the last producer' report was Isdued
thcro has been quite a little liquidation
of coppors. which, owing lo tho limited
outside Inquiry, has tended to Impart to
the general stock list a rather unsteady
appearance- Then. too. the publication
of Steel lonnago report today was ac
companied by considerable talk to the
cfTeet that the steel and Iron industry,
or at least the purchasers of finished
products, are likely to take heed of the
contracting tendency in the copper In
dustry and govern themselves accord
ingly In the matter of curtailing their
forward contracts, all of which has given
rise to the Imprcssison that general
trade from now on is likely to begin to
adjust Itself in keeping with prospects
of tariff change..
Of course, such conclusions may seem
lo be a little premature, especially as
the oxtra session of congress will not
convene until March, but nevertheless,
coming events aro apparently beginning
to cast their shadows before them. We
believe the Incentive- to promote a broad
upward movement In the slock market is
still lacking, but on any sharp breaks
which may ensue, moderate purchases
for quick turns seem advisable.
Coffee Futures Steady.
NEW YORK, .Tan. 10. Coffee futures
closed steady, net I point lower to :
points 1ili:her. Sales. 35,600 bags. Jan
uary 13.20c; February. 13.30c: March,
13.44c: April, 13.60c; May, 13.71c: June.
l.'i.SOc; July. 13.S7c; August, 13.91c: Sep
tember, II. 01c; October, lie; November,
13.9SC Dcccmficr. 13,97c.
Spot coffee steady; "Klo 7s, ISScj San
; tos -Is. 105c. Mild colToe quiet; Cor
NEW YORK, Jan. 10. Evaporated I
Prunes, linn. j,
Apricots and peaches, steady. :
.Ralslna, quiet and steady.
St. Louis Wool. j
ST. "LOUIS. Mo,, Jan. 10. Wool '
Steady; medium grades, comblntr and
clothing. 23i'fr26c; light fine. I9tff2le;
heavy tine, 13!ilSc; tub washed, 2SjoGc.
Cotton Market. i
N13W YORK. Jan, 10. Collon closed
Arm and I to 13 polnls net higher,
Escaped After Fifteen YoaTS,
W, P. Broylcs made a successful es
capo after Gftccu years of Buffering
from kidney and bladder troubles. Fo
ley Kidney Pills released him aud will
do juf'fc tho namo for others. He says;
"They cured a matt severe backache
with painful bladder irregularities, and
thoy do all you claim for them." Re
fuse substitutes. Schrarara-Johusou,
Drugs, "tho never substitutore," fivo
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gpp Druehl & Franken i I
The Busy Corner. Also the Old Stand, 271 S. Main I
ITJiis advertisement shows what Druehl & Franken have to offer Cor the care ot! the LITTLE 1 l(
ONE. In the past it has been customary to use the same medicines for adults and cnildren, I it
administering to the little ones according to age. Seeing the necessity for reform here, wr 1
have endeavored to obtain a most complete supply oC remedies for infants and children only. I
We also have an excellent assortment of infants' foods and sundries to be used for the comfort 1 i
of the LITTLE ONES. 1 f H
M&foy Foods rT -h i i M H
50c Horlick's Malted Milk 35c If.mTIH fk Tcethine IJinW i0c VM
S1.00 Horlick's Malted Milk. . . ,i37c ELdJZSk, M. MMiJHL Toilet Water 25c and up I I iH
$3.75 Horlick's Malted Milk.. $2.70 Thermos Bottles $1.00 and ;ip tH
20c Eagle Condensed Milk, 2 for 25c fCTTTtl!' JL Tl" (Ct Vaseline yC and un t 'kH
Eskay's Food. Hiljl Jk ILjS Wash Cloths 5c to "5?
D Mcllin's Fdod. SJUft M4'm,.mAbJ Worm Syrup ...25c lM
I Bordon's Malted Milk. Worm Lozenges n5c it
! a. :d. a. raited Milk. For Saturday and Monday Alcohol sieves 25c andup !,
9 Kobinson Patent Earley. Bath Towels 25c aud up
Lnpcrial Granum. 35c Castoria ,...20c gatJ P,er 25c aud up K
I Donna 's P ood. 25c Wyeth's Infant Suppositories 17c Bath Thormomotcrs 25c and up
1 Peptosemo Milk Powder. 2Cc SqiUbb'c Talcum Powder... 15c Bottle Brushes 5c and up I
I cstlo's Food. n0c Murine Eye Water U0c orf9, A?i) H- S 25e n
Sunbrifrht 1-ood. 25c Vapo Crcsoline 17c Castile Soap 3 for 10c 2
I SenHc,r s rod- r- 50 Vapo Oresoline 34c oro Castile Soap ... , .,,..25c
3 Sqnihb's Siar Milk. 50c phUlips' Milk of Magnesia. 33c Cold Cream 10a and up ill
Hcxall Susjir Milk. 10c Castllo Soap 3 for 10c k003 35c and u D f,
1 BPimrBdP(irli 10c Palm Olivo Soap -i for 25c Comforts 5c ami up D );P
a A.t5JlIlt2tliies 25c D. & R. Cream 17c Option 5c to 50c B .
I Kesall Couch Tvomcdy 25e 50c D. & R. Cream 33c ar Erus lies 25c to 43.00 B .,
Kcxall Colic Remedy 25c 15c 4711 Soap ...12c Hot Water Bottles 65c to $2.00.1 H
I Pexall Croun Remedy 25c 25c Listerine ..15c gP vn105 35c !
I Catnin and Fennel . 25c 50c Listerine 35c Infant bels oOc to $2.00 H
1 Calcined Maiiuesia !35c ?1.00 Listerine 59c l?"n' STOftor,.s ' I,
1 Diarrhoea Remedy 25c ! felL 0-ttl0Ta'Vr'-y-B I I H
inX;il '. "5c .'rsinir Bottles ....2 for 25c B
H Soothin-Syrup 25c Ordinary Kipplcs 3 for 30o JJfC'a iN,?,cs 2 for 33e B ,
Stedmau's TeelhiiiK Powders. . ,2lc Powder PuQ's 10c to 35c Jl OVSFS M j B1
1 ANYTHING IN THIS ADV. gD Mennen 's Talc. Ponder . iTC 1 H
CAN BE PURCHASED BY hcr Sbeetinc, yd. 50c and up Colpato s Talc. PorrderV;.:::;; El 3 H
fl tvtatt Ratilcs loc to oyc 2ne Rc.all Violet Talc. Powder 7 fl 1 Bfl
MAIL. stork Pants 50c 25c Squibb 'a Talc. Powder ?5e I I 1
I Wc charge mall order customers Rubber Pants ........ 3oc Violet Dnlco Talc. Powder! '. '.2Sc M l
a city cut rate prices and ship goods the Soap Boxes .2uc and up Mary Garden Talc. Powder CO. M S BBV
I same day order Is received. Sachet Powdor 10c to $2.00 Fuller Js Earth 5c and up 3 I
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Frank Knox, President.
J. A. Murray, Vice Pre.
J. C. Lynch, Vice Pres.
W. F. Earla, Cashier.
E. A. Culbertaon, Asst. Cashier.
The National Bank of the
United States Depositary.
Capital 9 200.000
Surplus and Undivided Profits.. 325,000
A bank whose resources, equipment
and vIdo connections enablo It to ex
tend the host possible service to every
corporation, broker, merchant and Indi
vidual. Four per cent interest paid on
We aro a member of the Salt Lake
City Clearing House.
STOCKS, BONDS, GRAINS,
James A. Pollock & Co.
BANKERS AND BROKERS, ,
333.335 South Main Street (Felt Bldg.),
Salt Lake City.
Direct Private WIro to all Markets.
Duplex System One Relay to New York
Correspondents Members All Exchanges.
Slocks Carried on Liberal Margins.
Specialists in Mountain States Tclcphono
WALKER BROTHERS BANKERS.
Stockholders' Special Meeting.
1 Notice Is hereby Riven that a special
mc-tlnK of the stockholders of Walker
Brothers Bankers, a corporation, will be
had and held at the office of said cor
poration, No. 171 Soulii Main 6trcet.
(Walker Bank building). Salt Lake City.
Utah, on Saturday, tho 11th day of Jan
uarv. 1013. at the hour of 10 o'clock a. m.
on said day.
Said meetlncr "111 he had nnd held for
tho purpose of considering, and if ap
proved, adopting: (1) An amendment to
articlo 7 of tho articles of Incorporation
of said corporation, co as to Increase
the capital stock of the corporation from
J250.000 to $500,000, divided Into G000
sharea of the par value of 5100 oach; (2)
An amendment to articlo S of said arti
cles, so as to Increase and make tho
number of directors of said corporation
fifteen instead of nine.
Said stockholders' meetlnp In called
nursuant to a resolution of the board of
directors of said Walker Brothers Bank-
erS' EL O. HOWARD,
m 2173 Secretary.
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EFFECTIVE DECEMBER 22, 1912.
Depart. Dally. t Arrive.
Opden. Malnd (Preston and Logan, go-
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IO A.m. .caBo, San Francisco. Ely and Inter- X.lfX.
8.nf A TVT Ogden, Logan, Pocatello. Boise. Ashlon. Ifl-nn "P TVT
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10:00 A.M.. Ogden and intermediate points. , 6:50 P.M.
11:40 A.M..vcr,a,,d SSI?Ft.i!!?uhfr. chIC0K0'. 3:15 P.:i.
11:59 A.M. .Lo5 MmvltitiS5t Ch,caro. 4:45 P.M.
1 ftK D TW Overland Llmltod Ogden. Reno. Sacra- O'f). "P "WT
l.UO JT.IU. . mento. San Fra.nclaco. UcJ JT.1T1.
2:45 P.M.. Ogden. Boise. Portland. Butte. . 4,'50 P.M.
2:45 P.M..0acn' !5nodrc?wn(IS)'lon 6:50
4:15 P.M,.0fidon' Brifnr1ke(?nfehd0iaty.al,w'' Ma,,d. 11:30 A.M.
5Qn "D TUT Ogden, Denver. Omaha. Chicago (Park 1040 "P TVT
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6:00 P.M.. Motor, Ogden. . 8:00 A.M.
11:45 P.M.. OKden. Boiae. Portland. Butte. .10:30 A.M.
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NATIONAL . i
COPPER - 8
BANK j :
".Ask a Customer.' " j ll
ASSBSSIrENT 2JO. 5. it '
Illdcr Nevada Copper company. Prln- 5 "H
cipal place of business. Suit Lake City, fl
Utah. Location of mines, .Lander count. ( ,
Notice is hereby given (hat at a meet- If fH
lng of the board of directors of the iH
illdcr Nevada Copper company, held on i! (
the 15th day of November.. 191:.', assess- A
ment No. 3 of one-half () cent per 'IH
share was. levied upon the capital stock Jj IH
of the corpora-tlon,- la.su.cd and outstand- M 1
in?, payable immediately to tho se-cre- (1 H
tary at his oflice. .care of McCornlck S
Co.'s bank, comer First South and Main
street, Salt Lako City. Utah. -!
Any stock upon which this assessment J 1
may remain unpaid on Friday, tho -9th H
day of December, 101 will bo delinquent J M
and advertised fur tale at public auction, 1
and unlesa payment is made before, will
be sold on Saturday, the 11th day of
January. 1D1H. at -i o'clock p. m.. at the
ecretao's office, to pay tho delinquent ; . 1
assessment thoreon, together with the r H
costs of advertising and expense of sale, 1
JNO. J. -MORHIS. Secretary.
First publication November 22, 1012. ,
At a. meeting of thu directors of thn
Hldcr Nevada Copper company, held at 1
McCornl'ck & Co.'s bank on Wednesday. 1
the ISth day or December. 101'J. tho data 1 1
of delinquency for the payment of a-- H
sessmcnt No. S was cNtended from Do- i H
comber 20, 1912, to Wednesday, tho -'Jth J H
day of Februarj. 1913. H
JNO. J. MORIUS, Sccrotnry. I
ASSESSMENT NO. 4,'
O. Iv. Silver Mining & Milling company. fl f
principal place of business. Salt Laka
Cltv, Utah; location of mines. Indian B
Springs, Tooclo county, Utah. H
Notlco & hereby given that at a- meet- .H
lng of tho board of directors of tho O. IC. 1
Silver Mining & Milling company, held filH
on tho 23rd day of December. I012,.-ug- flH
sessment No. 4 of one-quarter- () cent lIH
per share was levied upon the capital ikil
stock of the corporation, Issued and out- lltJH
standing, payable immediately to the sec- .dH
rctary at his office.' 1235 Beck street. jiTH
Salt Lake City. Utah. fM
Any stock upon which tills assessment 1 s
may remain unpaid on Thursduy, the 30th 1 rl
day of January, 1913. will be delinquent njH
and advertised for sale at public auction. ' , M
and unless payment Is mude before, will kH
, be sold on Thursday, the 20th day of hl
February, 1D1S. at 10 o'clock a. in., at t hi ijH
company's office, to pay the delinquent j. iH
assessment- thereon, together with the h fl
costs of advertising and expense, of sale. fH
R. M. HOLT. Secretary. J HH
First publication, December 29, 1912. h lM
m3153 i ftH
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT' SALT jf 'H
LAKE TENNIS CLUB. ' i'H
Principal place of business, Salt Lake J, ll
City. Ulalu , ' tH
Notice Is hereby given that at a meet- r ' M
iug of the board of directors held on the ' 1
26th day of December, 1912, an assess- t f H
ment of eight dollars per share was levied H
on tho capital stock of tho corporation. H
payable immediately to E. M. Garnutt, j H
secretary of said corporation, at the club- . . H
house of said corporation, on Tenth East " M
streot between Second and Third South u ; H
streets. Salt Lako City, Utuh. Any ' t , H
stock upon which this assessment may 1 H
romain unpaid on thn 3rd day of Febru- H
ary. 1913, will bo delinquent and adver- M
Used for sale at publio auction and un- f H
less payment is mado before. wU bo . sold t , H
on tho 2Uh day of February, 1913, at i M
12 o'clock noon of cald day. at the cliib. r JH
house of said corporation, to pay tho 1 jH
delinquent assotsmcut, together with the -H
costs of advertising nnd e.Hpenens of sale. J tlH
E. M. GAilNKTT, Secretary. 'iH
Clubhouse, Tenth East street between 1 llH
Second and Third South streets. Salt ; ijl
Lake CItV. Utah. .''
Dated at Salt Lako Clfj, this 27th day ; KH
of December, A. D, 1?12. l niSIOl j