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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, THURSDAYMORNlNG, JJi " j ' ''lB
;Bf LONDON ORDERS
veign Houses Come Into
e Stock Market and Buy
! 60,000 Shares.
)AL ISSUES HEAVIER
ipper Situation Commands
Less Attention on Both
f Sides of Ocean.
f j Ey BROAD AN WALL,
ly International News Service,
t TEW YORK, Jan. 15. The declining
tendency of prices received a
A check In today's ulocl: market
from the buying ordure which ap
, pearcd from London. Forolgn
buses came Into the market at a level
bove the previous day's close and con
nued their purchases up to 3 o'clock,
tlclng In all some UO.000 shares. There
i- an Impression that a sood deal of
lis business originated in New York,
lth the Idea of creating support If
, tho rase was successful.
'After two or three attempts on the
1 irt of the traders to start a selling
lovement, they began to cover and their
eratlons gave added llrmness to prices.
! here Is no doubt that the short intrer
it war. considerably reduced during tho
I ay. Little outside buying developed,
J though commission houses report an
J icreasc In orders at prices under the
J I larkct.
8 buthern Pacific Strong.
m 'Southern Pacific was again av strong
j future, recovering to 105C after a drive
VI 10-ls. Union Pacific held well all day
a i fresh rumors of an early settlement
vl ' the divorce question. It Is now cx
a ictcd that Central Pacific will be leased
Ji r Union by Southern and tho details
NJ ranged shortly.
Mi 3Jew York, Chicago & -St. Louis dlrcc
M irs furnished the bist news of the day
f increasing the dividend on tho com
l on stock from a 3 to a 1 per cent ba
& e. The shares advanced from 50 to
ft ' I on light trading.
fc r.The copper situation commands less
n ttontlon, both here and abroad, and a
ft tellng is growing that the decllno that
as occurred In the price of copper
K lares has discounted the drop in tho
y The coal shares were heavier on a dc
r( dedly easier tone in the trade. Pre-
lums have disappeared on shipments
V id prices arc reported on a descending
The details of tho Hudson & Manual
s' -n readjustment proved an unpleasant
V irprise with its announcement of an as-
esment on stockholders.
'elephone Goes Down.
N American Telephone &. Telegraph wont
y iwn, reputedly on account of the rc
J onse offered to the new bond issue.
An announcement of an engagement of
0 000,000 gold for Paris and Indications
at further shipments would be made
i ward the end of the week, had no son
A nental effect on the money iatcs ox
, at that banks are making smaller of-
ings of tlmo loans.
The street felt pleased with the stato-
mt made by Horace- Whlto regarding
J s proposal to require Incorporation of
stoel exchange. His statement that
j idea that, snort selling depresses
v merty artificially Is a fallacy came at
J Bankers arc free in expressing the
5 nion that no alarm need be felt that
J pthlng like a panic will develop. Prices
securities may be driven down several
j nts further, but tho technical position
A I the stock market Is such that no
Resale liquidation Is to bo feared.
5 j New York Bonda.
N S ref 2s rcg. .101 K C So ref 5s.. 073
J to coupon . . .101 j Sh deb is 1031 02i
. C fi 3s reg 1024 L & " un -Is.... ODi
i lo coupon ...102iM. K & T 1st -is 942
j 6 -Is reg 113J do gen -lis ... S6-
? lo coupon ...113iMo Paclf 3s .... 70
! nama 3s uoup.102 do conv 5s ... S7J.
a lfls Ch 1st 5s.. m X Rys of iIx 'JJs &7
3 tt Agrl 5s ....101 K Y C'en g 3Js.. S7
JffcT & T cv Is. 110 do dob -Js .... 91
Ifcp Tobac Gs ...120 Nor Paclf -Is ... OSi
Imfnour & Co 1J 015 do 3s r,S
IEh gon Is ... 07&O S L rfdp -is... 92
IJfcc O is 07? Read gen -Is .... 07 J
j!lA.3is OliStL & SF fg Is 7G
JUtO Us ... 00a do gen 5s S2
ttonv 4Ls . . J2i S P col -Is 0-1
K: q .it Is.. 95 do c-v Is 931
AT.Tife' '1 ,s !)5-l lo 1st ref la.. 93
uu,f!Cr ref 5a. S3S U P is 99
" 0 ilfliet 30 do 1st & ref 4s 95
n,r w 05 L" S Steel 2d Gs.1013
really, i Us .. 0u- Wab 1st & ex 4o (JO
jiatiug a New York Money,
mtron-I Jb95K' Jan J,5- oncy on call,
)airou, w 2Sr&:. per cunt; n)lngr rat0
, 'lEfl- 25: offered at 3.
et ""J I Joans, firm; sixty days. 34 not
.,;2ttlnoty .da:'3' BlK nionths.
105C mj ir cnt.
'jc . mercantile paper, 1? to 51 per
ig exchange, firm, with actual
J In bankers' bills at 51. S3 for
J y bills and at 5i.S7.10 for lo-
I'lE I ercial bills, 51.S21.
Kan dollars. -19c.
fnment bonds, firm; railroad
et ff iOonditiou of Treasury.
4nif IINCTON. Jan. 15. The condl
jjS. wm, j,c United States treasury at tho
r$ iK of business todtiv was:
ng balance, 582.17C,7bo.
&&m B and Philippine treasury, C30.-
Wmi f general fund, $13o,3GG,105.
i ft to yesterday. S1.S29.171.
I fJS rcemontH, s-i.70D.040.
bfo,fW elicit this fiscal year is SP.20-1.-
a 'samBt a doficlt o S2S,G3;,1,.'0 last
r Igures for receipts, dlsbuisoments
W flc't exclude Panama canal and
r" vwf, pot transactions.
TSPn Coffee Tutures Steady.
fStSz! YORK. Jan. 15. Coffee fuluron
. steady at a decline of 1 to 3
j tnder scattering liquidation, and
J orked off unothor 2 or 3 points.
; rket rallied slightly on i-uvuririK
ite trading and closed stoutly. 2
its net lower. Sales. 40,500 bags.
13 20c: February, 13.29c; March,
,: tpril, 13.60c; May. 13.74c: Junis,
2 uly. 13,SSc: AuguHt. 13.91c: Scp-
t 14.02c. October. l-i.OOe; Xovem-
j Be; December. 13.06c.
steady: Rio 7u. 13Ic: Santos -is,
Id, quiet; Cordova. lGlSc.
X"1)N4 Evaporatod Fruits.
' P uU?TtK' Ja"' 15 Evanoratcd
r 1 VM ln fair demand.
1 m3 antl Peaches quiet and steady.
i 111,03 After rifteen Years.
1 k3'' ."Broyles made a successful ea
offij ier fifteen yeara of suffering
Jhf ncy and bladder troublpe. Fo-
ey PilIs released him and will
iilsfj r ao saino for others. Ho nays:
. sored a most severe backache
' ijjjifu bladder irropularitiog, and
0U claim for thew," lie
s )3tituto3. Schramm-John8ou,
j . tbe nevr Qub8titutors,,, Ave
COPPER 0NTI1E5 "
ON THE 101 GRADE
Electrolytic Hlmg at $16.75
to 17.00; ead Quiet and
Unchanid in Price.
i. ' !
4- Copper (elcctrc. 51 C.7o(yi 17.00 v
'h Le-'td, New Yo $4.254.35 4-
4 Bar silver C31c
4' Silver in Londt ..29 l-ltjd
NlvW YORK, n. 15. Copper Unset
tled; standard 3pi$15.C016.50; January
to April, 515.50ig.25; electrolytic, $16.75
(5I7: lake, 517(5)5; castings, S1G.50.
Tin Firm; sp 55151.25; January,
S50.7050.90; pruary, 550. 1050.50;
Lead Quiet; $.'o4.Jo.
Spelter Quictf .25(7. 40.
Antimony DulCookson's, $0.7510.
Iron Quiet, uuanged. .
Copper Arrlvs 220 tons; exports this
month, 12,956 to; London copper easy;
spot, 70 10s; fires. 70 17s Gld.
Local cschan sales Tin, 75 tons.
London (In stcs; spot, 229; futures,
London lead, o 17s Gd.
Spelter Londc 2G 2s 6d.
Iron Clcvelanwarrantfc, G5s 10id In
'I Sales.l H. I L. IClse
Amalgam Coppu 39,300 721 71i 72s
Amer Agrl 54
Am Beet Suga... 1.700 CGJ 35i 3G1
Am Can 0,400 27 J. 253 2iJ;
Preferred .. 700 1141 113i 113a
Am Car &. Fnd;... 000 521 51B 62
Am Cotton Oil .... 1,000 525 52 52
Am Ico Secur .... 200 2U 21 21$
Am Linseed 400 10 10 10
Am Locomotlvo,.. S00 391 39 391
Am S & Ref ...... 5,300 70 6S 70
Preferred .. U 105
Am Sugar ReCtig.. l.SOO UG 113 J 115
Am Tel & Tel 7,900 136J 133g 134 J
Am Tobacco 2,400 2S1 27S 279
Anaconda MiniiiCo 3.S00 37 361 37
Atchison I . . . 4,400 104J 104i 1043
Preferred . - 101?
Atlantic Coas" .Ine. " 700 1275 12SZ 129
Baltimore &Ob... 1,200 105 1045 1045
Bethlehem Slell... 1.S00 37 Soi 36
Brooklyn Ra'd fr.. 3.500 S02 S9 89)1
Canadian Pairicl... 5,300 243 1411 142i
Central Leatir .... 100 26'3 2Gi 2G5
Ches & Ohio...... 200 761 755 762
Chi Gt Wcscn .... 3.300 162 16 16
Chi Mil & SP.'.... 8,200 1125 111112
Chi & N W, 400 1352 135 135
Colo Puel ai Inn.. GOO 32 31 311
Con Gas 900 1373 136J 137
Corn Produc 1,000 13i 13 13
Del & Huda 162
D & R G 200 21 205 20a
Preferred ..... 100 37g 378) 373
Distillers' Sur .... 100 19 19 191
Erie 1,400 301 30 301
1st prefcrd 500 4G2 46J 461
2nd prefeid .U 3SS
General Elerlc 1S2
Gt North p 4,600 1273 12GI 127S
Gt North OCtfB... 400 3Si 3S1' 3Si
Illinois Cenil ..; 1127
IntcrborougMete... 300 17J 17J 17il
Preferred 2,000 60J GO ! 603
Inter I-Iarnor ..... GOO 107 100311063
Inter-Marlnpfd .... 100 IS 18 IS
Intl Paper .....H... 100 Hi Hi 11
Intl Pump 141
K C Southc f.00 253 255 253
Laclede Gai 200 103 1022 1024
Lehigh Var 1G.100 1G1 1591 159J
Louln & Ns 700 1391 13SA 139
M St P & S M.'... 900 202 2G 26a
Missouri PJc..'... 2,S00 41 40 40j
Natl BiECuil....?... 400 120 11S119
Natl Lead 800 518 501 51
Natl Rys oil 2 pfd 25
N V Centrj'. S00 107 106S 106'4
N Y Out V-est:... 100 CIS 313 31S
I Norfolk & estern. . 100 112 112 111?
North Amcan 100 S0 80?. $01
Northern Hf ic , . . . 5,700 1182 117 US
Pacific Mai 28
Pcnnsylvan'... I... 1,400 1223 121 122J
People's G .... 100 115 115 115
P C C &, a,...,... 200 IOOE'100 100
Pittsburg 01 500 21? 21 213
Pressed Stl Car '. 331
Pullman Pfcc Car.. 100 1C3 163 162
Reading 7G.S00 1623 16U1G2?
Republic I, Steel.. 700 24 23E 24
Preferred. 500 S3 S2i S3
Rock IsIanC'o 5,000 23 213 22
Preferred. 3,500 41 39 40
St L iSc S :ft pfd.. 300 27 27 27
Seaboard A Line... 200 19 19 19
Preferred. 300 46 455 45
Sloss Shef r, & iron 41
Southern Ht'lc 1S.700 106s 1041 105
Southern Rivay ... 5,600 262 2G3' 2UZ
Preferred. 100 70S 79X 798
Tonn Cope 300 35 34S' 341
Texas & Pile 100 21 21I 21
Union Paci 30,400 1573 156 lf.7?
Preferred. 200 90 90 89
TJ S Realty; 1,500 74 74 70"
U S Rubber. 1.500 G3i 03 64
U S Steel , 137,100 63. G2 631
Preferred. ...... 2,700 1093 109 1091
Utah Coppc: 0.600 54' 53A f,4
Va Car Che 200 42i 42" 411
Wabash .:. J 00 3.V ;:a
Preferred; 00 l'." l'j" l"
West MurMfl 900 393 39 392
Western Uin 1.000 723 71" 71
WestlnghoitElec .. 1.S00 74 73 73
Wheul fc USrle. . . 100 7j 75 Vj
Tolai saltfor .the day, 501,400 shares.
CHICAGO Jan. 15. Cattle Receipts.
17,000; man. steady to shade lower.
Beeves, 55, Jo. 36; Tcxa steers, 5-1.75(Q)
o.io; westc stoeni, 55.00(5)7.20; stock
ers and fcers. 54.75(5' 7. 65; cows and
heifers, 52.)j7.70; calves, S7((r.lo.o0.
Hogs Repts, 30,000; market, strong
1. ?9 l,IfJuthan Tucsduy'B average
Light, 57J.7.40S mixed. 57.10Q7.40;
ilY ffl'JJ; rough, 57(7.10; plgo,
5o.So(.40;hk- of gules. $7.26(fp7. 10.
Sheep Rjipts, 30,000; market, weak
at Tuesday.eiofic. Native. 5i.75tf?;G.30;
western, 54!gj(7,35; yearlings, 56.300
SOUTH CA ha. Jan. IB. Cattle Ke
cclpls. 4J00markel, steady. Native
steers, 5C.4Gj.2o- cows und heifors, S3. 75
(aiT. v.'eslejBtcers, $5.50S.2f.; Texas
steers, 54. .i'B; range cows and heif
ers, vo.oOGso; canners, S3.25Cu'4.40;
atockcrs anfecdors, 51. 75(7. 75; calves.
50(3)9: bullsiaga, etc.. ?l.i'5(g6.C0.
WogK Reptg, 12,000: market, steady.
Heavy. 7. 157. 25; mixed. 57.O507.1G;
light, 5b.96(Uo; pigs, 55.75(5)6.75; bulk
of sales, 57220.
Shoep Rclpts, 9700; market, steady.
Yearlings, Ssojs.lS; wethers. 55,L'5fp
G.2o: ewes, ,50(55.10; lambs. $8(59.
J-N"?AS iTY. Jan. 15. CattleRe
cclpts, 1 000. :iudlng 200 southerns; mar
ket, utoady.;s-atlvo steers. 5G. 750)9.25:
southern utis. $6S7.60, southern cows
and helfers..75$G.:25; native cows and
lielfcrs. So. 7(7. 50: etockers and feeders.
?o.50.m; He, $5G.r.O: calves, 50,50
i2-:L'5 westofetccra, JGS; western cows.
Hogs Rects 11,000; market, utcady
to oo high "Bulk of sales, $77.25:
PAnV0 -30: paokora and butchers,
5.(.10.25; ;i,t 56.957.10; pigs, ?G
Sheep Repts, 9000; market, steady
57-509, rafe aethers and yearlings,
5B.t038; ranowes, 53.505.50.
i, Oats mcl Rye.
co?"K5SgJ&IB' Jan- 1S,N"0, 2 ye,low
No. 3 wlUrttttfi. 313Hc.
No. - ryog)4Ge.
Bran, In lpound sac-kP. $19.00(&Ui.50.
1-lour, tlrsiatonttf, Si. I0ri)4.75; second
patents, 51.24.00; first clears. 53.C0K
3.50: second (arc, 52.40)2,70.
. Flax, 51.29
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MARKET FOB WIDEST
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Ouls and Provisions Also
Higher on (he Chicago
Board of Trade.
CHICAGO, Jan. lu. Wheat and corn
found an active market today, particular
ly In the laat hour, when they advanced
a. cent, and assisted in boosting- oata and
provisions. The range of wheat was near
ly 2c. At tho opening wheat sold a (ri
fle over yesterday, but the advance
tempted profit laklner and other selling
under which Mav declined Zc. An Influ
ence was the failure of continent;! 1 mar
kets to reflect an advance at Liverpool,
tho mainland beinu attentive to a. rt
cllne of lie at Buenos Ayrcs. At this
concession Important buying developed,
aborts covering on tho way up until the
reaction had run an extreme of H'e for
May. Business was exceedingly active
W&lUUlUU abut wonderful
HlTO ft MARVEL Whirling Spray
ftVijsj Tilc ncw Vaginal Syrlpaa
VcxSsOvlfc Dcjt nJ03tcon7cnlcnt. It
lata- clemucj Instantly.
Aik your diuct'lstror it.
U be cannot supply hPmWlfMJlnt
MARVEL, accept no othcrT' VTifrJ
but send stomp for illvutrated yhi
book seated. It elves full partlcu- Wfl.t M
lars nnd dlrcctloni Invaluable lo lztozs'fl!ljW7rJw
fVlASVa CO,. 4Eait23d Glrcot.llewlniU1
For sale by Schramm. Johnson, Druas,
Five Stores. Mall ardors eolloltad,
andtho close was only under the top
audjigiic over yesterday.
CVn ij-uders were convinced that, a
Uirj export business Is bclny irnnsactcd
in j(. coarse cereals. There woj a re
Vor that the export transactions were
flueto a cut In prices to a. basis of 'Jic
ovefChleago May prices c. I. f. to Uiiltl
moi. The rise In futures drove shorts lo
covt and the close was strong.
Ots played . "me. too," role with
ref(;nce to wheat and corn, and May
cloy at a net advance of S'ic Shlp
plnjbuslnees was moderate.
continued shortage in hog receipts
at iiportatit jacklng points, an advance
hi l'S! find corn strength stirfencd provl
si.on, Closing prices were from 7ic to
Iiiipvcr ycslerduy or May opllons.
n.-vi:iu oir Tim lliading futuisiss.
Weal Opfii. UlRh. Low. Close,
laj 'Mi o.'.J 03J 051
Sep SOB 00 88J no
Isft 5,5 :,3s ru r.j?
S'-'S 588 Mi 33
Sep). ol C.34 ,n
W.V :m ;u? v.v.t is
31 3s :;ns :mi
SopI aai 3-1 & sss 3ta
Mio pork-, new, 5lS.12itfMV.'5; lard.
?0.l short rib, sides-, ?0 25-g'io.
Tul clearances Wheat and flour
cquid t'3C.00O bushchj; prlmarv rocclnts.
011.J), against :j9i,0(i0 a year axo.
IStmatt'ii for tomorrow Wheat r
cardcorn. l:"J cars; oats, lis cars; hos"
ClCAGO, Jan. 15. Buttei' Firm;
E3; Easy: receipts, C671 cases; fresh
receLs at mark, cases Included, 205lo3c'
rcfrtrator llrsts, 10c; firsts, L'3Jc. '
Uliae Steady; twins, .16iDlGc; youmr
Anitas, long horns and daisies. lCS
Patoct: Steady: receipts, cars-Mcliin-Mlnncsot:,
Uf poultry Easy: turkeys, 15c; ehlck
oub.JJic; springs, J2ac. K
Now York Produce.
Njv TOTtIC, Jan, 15. Flour, culet
but ilrntly held. Receipts, 27,000 burruls;
shipments, 0000 barrels.
Wheat, spot, linn: Xo. 2, rid SI OS
elevator ami ?1.00j f. o. b, alloal. both
nominal: No. 1 northuru JDuhtth. S1.02J
1. o. b, alloal. 1'uturcs wore easy early
under llciuidallon. but rallied late on fo
llowed buying and' closed .(2fjc net high
er. May. DU'c&'Sl.Ol. closed at $1.00 ;
July. OTaG'OSSc. closed at HSgc. LJondcd
wheat: January closed at $1.02; Mav,
ilbgc; July. KOic. Receipts. 1HS.000 bush
els: sliipmcnls, 3!i0.000 bushfls
Mops, olrong; Paclllc coast. 1512. I7fi'
Raw sugar, aleudy; Muscovado, .$'
test, 2-73c: refined, steady .
London Wool Sales.
DOXDOX, Jan. U", The wool alcr- ron
tlnuod today with offering of S737 bales.
The wool was In good condition and tho
demand was brisk at linn prices. Fine
morinoM were often live per cent higher
and tho best grades of greasy brought
Is ,)d. Crossbmls were readily absorbed
by the homo trade and a few lots of
bright mediums were taken for Amer
ica, Tho sales follow:
Now South Wales. 700 bales ' greasy
Is Dd. j
Queensland MOO bales scoured Is 3d 3' Is
lid: greasy 0dfflfi 3d.
Victoria 600 bales; scoured Is 22(1 it-Is
lOAri: greucy Jd-Is 4d.
West Australia. 3,100 bales: scoured Kd
Is 1-1 2d.
South Australia, 000 bales, scoured In
ldffrls 10d: greasy nAdtt'ls lid.
I New Zealand 1,100 bales: scoured Is
litKrls fid; greasy SidHls lid.
Cape of Good Hope and Natal 300 bales;
scoured Is Gd; greasy SdCr'tls Id.
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 15. Wool, steady:
medium grades, combine and clothing,
23'2t;c; light tine. i:"?'2lc: heavy line.
lS'jjlSc; tub-washed, 273G.
NEW TOR1C. Jan. li. Cotton closed
within a point or two of tho best, . .
NEW ORLEANS. Jan. 1.'.. Snot cotJ;
ton steady, unchanged 12ic Hairs 43,1 !
The Wants arc close at hand make
full uso of tho Wauts. 1
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u tHMvm. 1 JE turc. Bronchitis, C.'itarrl). Neilnilia, X)ys. 1 H
I i vEKfjSlW.r''r:''' ",,,1"fltt'"TI- Discuses, and I
0 "TjJ Get my advice beforo you placa. your I
1 My euro for weal; men .slops cvury drain nnd builds up the physical and I 'IH
fl nervous tystum, purifies nnd enriches tho blood, cleanses und hcala tha I 1
U bladder u:ul kidneys. Inyoratcs the liver, revives the spirits, brightens the 1 1
M Intellect, nnd, above all. restores tho wasted power of vitality. Wrlto for jjelfl I Jl
1 n:amu-tfn;i hlank or call .it my offlco today. I M
Q Hours 9 a m. to 6 p, ni.: evenings. 7 to S: Sundays. 9 a. m. to 13 noon 1 H
1 SALT LAKE SEDiCAL INSTITUTE
S 159i SOUTH jyOCl'M STSET. SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH, 1
NQ OF: SPECIAL STOCKHOLD-
S EpS MEETING.
Notice Is htpeby slvon that thcro wU
Tjo held :i spA-'lal meeting of the .stoclc
holderp of Utiji Savings & Trust com
panj, ul the 43ilco of gald company, Xo.
!S5 raln Btnfjit. Salt Lako City) Utah,
upon Mondai', tho 'Jrd day of (Fobru
rCi' 1013, at ,10 o'clock a. m., lor tho
k !f awieti--7x"a,:anlM-i ar"
of eald Utah Savings & usC0)Qr..n
by empowering- thu board of d&ector ? ' -H
crcato any additional offlccd o("tho tlQ H
poratjon that may be- nccL'feivry.0 r?T,' MM
on thu sen oral business of tur;TO:5;"ry
Hon. Done In pursunrtwo - SiH JM
tlon of Its board of mjDjEL fSlT H
Dated Uth da-BlBKilJ. JH