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II INTERESTS ARE
II BEHIND MARKET
' I . .
Prices Crumble Whenever At-
tack Is Made and New Low
5 Levels Recorded. .
INVESTORS SHOW FEAR
Confidence Said lo Have
: Been Upset by Recent
! Speeches of Wilson.
! ; .
! ! By BROAD AN WALL.
T5y International News So'lce.
N13W YORK, Jan. 17. JLlciuldaiion'
hau been resumed and the atocl:
market has developed an unfavor
.j nJble tendency. There vrcrc rc-
( i pealed rallies durlnp the day,
; i which might rive a false- impression that
tho market was firm. ThlG Is not true.
C and In ea.ch case where stocks were
( $ pressed for ealo tho buyinpr power behind
$ the market proved very thin and prices
mi crumbled, recording many new low lcv-M'-i
els and threatening occasionally to show
;V Tho market was particularly poor for
fetho minor Industrial shares. Vlrginla
Mii Carolina Chemical and the other fertllls
li Intr Issues showed decided -weakness.
.TOi American Telephone & Tclegn'aph was
K.'under preKaure tho entire day. touching
Hat one ilmo 13255 points below the 19 li
v : movement.
1 Tho Bollinc of thcao atocks was clearly
"jjf a. continuation or a liquidation which
gl started with the beginning of tho week.
'If but which was circulated for the time
JJt being In "Wednesday's and Thursday's
mb market. This movement may be. expect -
rj ed to continue further, as loans urn scro
ll t- tlnlzed more closely and many of tho iu-
.' active issues aro being weeded out bv
j jlloan clerks.
?j Hard to Borrow Stocks.
3 ! The 'professional trader finds it im
1 iPOBStble to take advantage of the move
i 'trRC,l- i active issues, na it la hard
I to borrow stocks in the loan crowd, so
It heir operations aro contlned to such
j fstocks as Steel and Amalgamated. Both
a ifof these issues aro oversold to such an
$ extent that on any recession of outside
3 i celling, traders begin to compote ' with
a each other to cover their short contracts.
k. causing sharp advances. This occurred
J In both stocks today, forcing both thenc
1 stocks up sharply at times. The closing
S J was by no means as strong as might be
g Inferred from the last sales recorded.
9 PiTherc was a disposition to even up bo
's j fore Monday on the belief that a dccl
s aion may bo rendered In the Minnesota
J i rale case, which, if favorable, should
Hbrlns about a sharp rally, thus affording
;?a now level to resume operations for a
Southern Pacific continued Its position
ISklot nulot strength. Stronjr buying ap
WTfpcart; on every occasion that the price
mfil dropped to 1041, while at 1031 the
VlfTnarkel is full of stocks.
Mki Union Pacific Is firm. Wall street has
i'TcconcIlcd llaelf to a wall on the scttlc
wXwoni of the dlvoreo between Union and
j Outside of the stock market and
around the street, tho opinion Is fre-
J fluently oncountorcd thut tho ln eslinc
'public have had their confidence upset
M ,by Mr "VVIJ&on to such an extent that
-jl liquidation will be the order, rather than
lf;auy Investment of funds in Industrial or
Idf aransporlation slocks. The problem of
;conducllne these businesses profitably
'M with Increased taxes, higher w.njes. etc .
ijjiiiaa proven itself a difficult task. Those
Jw ,vho invest funds for Income consider
. Propositions entirely without heat or
"a sentiment, and a feeling of uncertainty
yTj regarding future income haa been In
l cluced b the public utterances of the
:.T $. It Is well to bear in mind when con
allfl JJUlprlng this fact that It is not only the
J opinion of Wall street that is being re
corded, but also that or the public buyer,
who merely uses the conveniences of the
wtock exchange to complete his transac
I I ' Trading tor foreign account in our
I" market was of a mixed character, selling
3 orders predominating. Private advices
, S from London show that t lie leading stock
3 lcn there aro Inclined to be pessimistic
.3 regarding the Immediate courso of our
Ba New York Bonds.
j JJ S rcf L's rcg.,101 K C So ref ;.s.. 072
L'S t do coupon ..101 T, Sh deb Is 1DH1 024
U S Ss reg Lj &. X un is.... JiSJ
I do coupon ...1024M K & T 1st 4s. 04
jly S is reg lir.l do gen lis ... S65
ltdl coupon ...113iMo Paclf -Ss 70
iKAMPanamn 3b coup.102 do conv ys ... 87J
.AAIIIs Ch lat os.. 023 X Rys of Mx -lis S7i
, lUlAiri Agrl o3 101 X Y Con g 3Js.. 80o
?j!Am T &, T cv h.105 do tlcb Is .... 01
flilAm Tobac Gs...l20 Nor Pac'.r -Is ... 081
AfBKrmour & Co H 02 do Sa fiJ
W. Atch gen 4s ... 07?O S L rfdg ia 01J
eo1 E t O 4s OTiHead gen ts ... 07
I' do 3Js 01SStI &. HF fg is.. 701
-clt'Jf C & O lis 100 do gen T,a gia
do conv 4Js... 02iS P col 4s 038
jltS PE&Q Jt Ha.. 03S do cv -Is 02
..i t do gen 4s or., do 1st ref 4s.. 03
D & K G ref os. S3! IT p js 001
I (lllnnla C .1 rof I 05a do cv 4s ..... OGi
Pf Inter Met 4Js .. 70$ do 1st. & ref Is 95ft
W fntcr 2l -lis., lioi U S Steel 2d Ss.1018
i Japan 41s 00 Wab 1st & ex 4s UO
j New York Money.
l-XBW YORK, Jan. 17. Money on call.
COM leady. 213 per cent: ruling rate, 22
ifnsj Jor cent; closing bid, 2J per cent; offered
f it 22 per cent,
tli, ' Time loans, easier; sixtv davs, 4 per
Bou.f icnt, and ninety days. 43(5' 1 Per cent;
tl tlx month, 41 per cent.
t 1 Prime mercantile paper. -1U,io per
of & lent.
al BJ V Sterling exchange, strong, with actual
tg 05 UHlncsa In bankers' bills at ?1,S3.25 for
siod ilxty-day hlllM and at ?4.S7.;;0 for de-
13, a -Commercial bills, M.S'll.
lcaU. Bar silver. G3c.
,-eqnw Mexican dollarrt, 10c.
for; Government bonds, steady.
W Railroad bonds, easy.
andK Boclou Wool Market.
csJdwEOSTON. Jan. 17. The Commorclal
Treiiffullctln will cay of the wool market Sat
4rday: -Mf'Trunnactlons In the nonton wool mar--flt
this week have, with few exceptions.
Ilwn for small lots, taken principally by
4 Wills who were obliged to piece out on
XT 4BF"orif' Xo buy;rH seem to bo buying
V anticipation of their needf, the strike
" tuatlou In Now York having held up
C i,.l5Hvcrlcs from the mllln and having ;
MaCfctisod a reported surplus of labor in some
rtA iW "l0 Tnanufacturlng centers for the first
Oil spwo In months.
SKTho shlpiuentn of wool from Boston
1pm .Tanuar' I to January 10. lnclunlve.
Sjero H.72S.G7S nounds against V7.2ti4.2N
11 'IB?Uris 01' 1,10 B!inie Derlod lat year. 'I'he
' 1 1 4ce)ts from Janunry I to January 1.
JlPcmslve, wero 7.03S.023 poundH asalnbt
yjB73.S3S pounds for Ihc samo period last
nC itti London Wool Snlcs,
" JPLONDOX. Jan. 17. The offerings at
3lBe wool auction salts today amounted to
moo& bttlot. This largo selection was
' iWSflrly absorbed at firm rates, especially
tt 'LHf 3ee- tnrluow, while coarse and nit'dl
ii 3BtlB crosbreds recovered their opening
..if,K' Americans bought the best light
virflj'-IM1 B at rul1 r"'lcf?i v
jOaK st Louis Wool.
.8T. LOUIS, Jan 17. - Wool Stead .
Jdium grades, comblnir and clothing.
J!i6c; Jlght fine, IQifuatr; heavy fine
' ?MlSc; tlib-WRfirtied, UTffPIJU".
COPPED IS WEI ON
Quotations Remain the Same
as on. Thursday; Lead Quiet
Copper feleolro) f lG.&0G'lt.75
5 Lead. Xew York ..,.$i.25il.5u
IJar silver GSo
v Silver in Loudon 20d
j , , .
NEW YORK, Jan. 17. Copper Weak.
Standard spot and January, Sl.7.50 bid;
March and April. . $iri.o0j?lG.2"i: electro
lytic. 51G.50S1' 10.75: lake. $IG.75Svl7.(K;
Tin Imjkv. Spot, '5p0,70Cti nO.SO: Jan--uarj'.
.o0.70'(fl ; February. $50.12
53.2fi: March, $30.00(Jf50.2.i.
Lead Quiet; !.255f4.30.
Spelter Quiet: S7.2u7. 10.
Antimony Dull: CooKsons. 42.73tft)
10.00. ' . . " .
Iron Unsettled, unchanged.
Copper arrivals at New York, 40 tons.
Exports this month. 15.0G1 tons. London
copper, steady; spot. 70 IS od: futures.
71 5s. Local exchange sale tin, 15
tons. London spot, JC22S 10s;. futures,
London lead. 1G 10s.
London speller. 20.
Iron Cleveland warrants, Gls Od in
Closing Stock List.
I Sales.! I-I. I L. !Clse
Amalg Cop I 3S.000I 73i; 712 725
Amer Agrl 2.IOO1 51 I 1G1; 301
Amcr Bcot Sugar .. 1,0001 :5 355) 3GJ
Amcr Can 3,500. 2S ! 201 2S
do pfd 300 1151 11 1 1135
Amcr Car & Found. GOOl 52 51 J 521
Amcr Cot OH 1,000! 52 51 52
Amcr Ice Sec 1001 22 22 22
Amcr Linseed ' 10
Amcr Loco l.OOOl 30J 38A 30
Amcr Smelt & Ref. . 7,200! 72 I 70j: 713
do pfd 200lu.-.2;i05ilV,
Amcr Sugar Kef 300I11G 11154 1153
Amcr Tel &, Tel.... 0.100I1331IUI2 I32!
Amcr Tob 6001281 2S0 2St
Ana Mill Go 1.100' 371! 37 371
Atchison 3.000" 10 1?! 101 104?
do pfd 3001102 1102 10U
Allan Coast Line... 1.300! 12S3 128 I2Si
Bait & Ohio 1.000U05 1045 1044
Both Steel 1.3001 US 37 37
Brook Rap Tr 000 30i SO OOJ
Canad Pae l,O00!2441 2402:2413
Centnil Leather ... 500 2G' 2Gil 2S8
Chcsa 1 Ohio 400' 70 7531 7Gi
Chi Great West .... 200! lGJi 16l! 10
Chi Mil & St Paul. 500!ll23;illS'112i
Chi & N W J 0001136 '13511135
Colo Fuel & Iron... 200l 32 ! 313! SIS
Con Gas ! S00 13S 13tiSll37i
Corn Products I COO! 13 i 13 I 13
Dcla &. Hud I I ' 1164
D & R G J 2001 21 2! 2U 21
do nfd 300: 37il 37 I 37
DI51 Sec 1.300 103 js:j 1S5
Erie 3,400 30R 301 R0
do 1st pfd I 300 47 4GI 464 !
do 2nd pfd 100! 3S ! 3S I 37g
Genera) Elcc 500 1S3 1S2 ISlo ,
Great- N"or pfd I 5,200ll27;!l25all27
Great Nor Ore CU'a 2 0001 30 I 375 1 3S
111 Centi-al noo!l27ftlJ27Vl27S
Inter Met I 700 17JI 17JI 178
do pfd 000 61 I 60 601
Inter Harvester .... Ggo 10S 106J 107
Inter Mar nfd 200 ISi! IS 17-7
Inter Paper ! 1 111
Tnter Pump 6001 lGi 352 15
K C Southern 25 J
Laclcdo Gas I I ll02Ji
Lehigh Val .......... -o.SOOllSU'lRSSilnOS
Lou f: Nash 1.200 140 'ISSJ.K'.O
Mln St P & St M... 200ll3SlH374'13fi
Mo K & Tex 7001 27 I 261 27
Mo Pac 2,J00! 41 I 40 ' 40i
Nat Biscuit .-. 3001120 110J111S
Nat Lead 2-.200I 502 4Sj! 405
Nat Ry8 Mex 2d pfd 1 ! 26i
N Y Central 1.500il073 106V1063
N Y Ont fc West ... 400' 32 37Z! 31?
Norf & WiSt 600I112J 112 112
North Amer I SO
Nor L'ac 3.000 USE 1178 118Jt
Pacific Mall 100 20 20 2S
Peun S00 122J 122 122
Peoples Gas 500 115 114J 115
Pitts C C & St Lou. 100 100 llOO 100
Pitts Coal 500 22C1 22 22
Pr Steel Car 200 33J 335 335
Pull Pal Car 1G2J
Reading S7.G00 161 1602 162-
Rcpijb Iron & Steel. 1,200 2iR 233 24
do pfd 400 S3 822 S25
Rock Isl Co 2.700 23 22 22
do pfd 1.100) 40 I 382 30i
St Lou & S F- 2d pfd 10.000! 2-7 i 235 2G
Sea Air Line !...,!.. ..' XSh
do pfd 200' 463' 45ti 45!
Sloss Shef S Si I !....!....! 40
So Pacific 11.100!1052104i;105
So Railway 1.1001 20! 263' 265
do pfd 10,000! SO 70 705
Tenn Cop 2,4001 35 31 84 5
Tcx Sz Pac ...1 21
Union Pac 2S.60i)ll5SHl5iU 1571
do pfd 5001 OOjl 90 ! 00
V S Realty I I I 73
17. S Rubber I 4,2001 fif.i 615! 051
U S Steel 125,0001 635! fili 62R
do pfd 300 I00?!l09i 100i
Utah Cop 2,400 55 I 51 55
Va. Caro Chem S.500 39 I 35 363 1
Wn bash I.... 3i !
do pfd 100 JCoJ 12-5 12 1
Went Md 1.100 11 41 403
West Union 600 703 702 704 '
Westing Eloe 000' 73 I 73? 74?
Wheel & Lake F.rlc. ... 1 ... I. ...!... .1 7
Total sales for the day, 432.300 shares.
Flax, Oats r,nd Ryo.
MINNEAPOLIS. Minn., Jan. 17. No. 3
yellow corn. 43iilc.
No. 3 white oats. 31c.
No. 2 rye. O7G0c.
Flour First patents. 54.40(5)1.75; sec
ond patents. SI. 254. GO: first clears, 53.20
fiv3.f0: Eccond clears, 52.402.70.
CHICAGO, Jan. 17. Butter Finn.'
Eg. Kttsy. Receipts. 5461 cases: fresh
receipts at mark, cases Included, 20&
22c: refrigerator llrsts, 17i?jlSc: firsts,
Potatoes Steady, Receipts. 43 c?rs.
Michigan-Minnesota, 4547c; Wisconsin,
Poultry Steady. Live turkeys. 13c;
live bene, 125c; live springs. He.
Coffee Futures Weak.
NEW YORK, Jan. 17. Coffee futures
opened unchanged to a decline of I point
under scattered selling and absence of
bull exports. Cables wore weak and the
close was barely steady at from 0 to 17
points net lower. Sales, 14,750 bags.
Janunry, 13.11c: February. 13.21c; March,
13.25c; April. 13,44c; May, 13.30r: Juno.
13.G0c: July. 13.75c; August, 13.S2o; Sep
tember. 13.S0c: October, 13.S7C Novem
ber. l3.S5c: December. 13.S2c.
Spot coffee fiulet; Bio No. 7. 13c; San
tos No, 4, 13?c; mild quiet; Cordova, 10
Now York Produce.
NEW YORK. Jan. 17. Flour, steady
with n fair local tmdc Receipte. 20.000
barrels; shipments, 1000 barrels.
Wheat Spot, ensv; No. 2 red, $1.00
elevator, and 51. "0 f. o. b. afloat, nom
inal: northern Duluth. 51.011 r. 0. b.
afloat. Futures, steady early on cables,
but cased off nndrr liquidation due to a
loss artlvo eauh and export demand, clos
ing tfljo net lower. May. OOSjJl-OO 5-1G.
closed, 003c: July closed 07ic. Bonded
wheat: January closed 31.015: May, 07iu:
July. 983c. Receipts. 51.000 bushels;
shipments. 060,000 bushels.
Raw PURar Steady; Muscovado, .go
test. 2.0Sc: centrifugal, .08 tet. 3.98c; mo
laaaca, SO test, 2.73o: refined, quiet.
I NEW YORK. Jan. 17. Cotton flobed
Htead net unchanged to 20 points
Ell MARKETS OFF;
Variety of Causes Contribute
' to Slump in Wheat; Corn
.and. Oats Weak All Day.
CHICAGO. Jan. 17. Local grain mar
kets declined again today, while provi
sions gained sllglltfy.
At its best today wheat was nearly a
cent under yesterday's top, and gener
ally ruled under the previous close
Prices slumped heavily on moisture In
the winter wheat country. Indifferent
cables, an easy spot market, and a pri
vate estimate that the Argentine will
have 160.000,000 bushels to export to
TSurope. Exports from that country con
tinue on a huge scale. Tho northwest
freely offered to arrive here at the open
ing of navigation at c under May.
Corn was weak all day, save for an
upward Hurry in sympathy with the
abortive bulge In wheat. May declined
JtfXSc under yesterday's heavy receipts
and on a flat cash market. To the
weight' of long corn previously dumped
into the pit were added short sales.
Weakness In southwestern markets,
where owners were reported as at
tempting to unload, also "was a factor In
the local weakness.
The decline In oats was due to the In
fluence of other grains and weakness of
the spot market. A recent leading bull
Provisions again advanced on the light
run of hogs, gaining 25c. to 7ic.
RANGE OF THE LISA DING FUTURES, i
Wheat ' Open, High. Low. Close.
May 911 94 03C 935
July ... ,91S 012 90S 903
Sept S03 SO; SO S03
May 521 52', 51, 01 1:
Julv 521 53 525 522
Sept 535 533 338 535
May 31? 341 335 332
July 31J 34 33? 333
Sept 3! 34 33E 33?
Mess pork, new, .J1S.301S.G21. lard.
$0.97i; short r!b sides. S0.25fr? 10.125
Total clearances of wheat and flour
equaled 172.000 bushels. Primary re
ceipts. 700,000 bushels against 180.000
huHhels a year ago. Estimates for to
morrow. Wheat. 70 cars: corn, 307 cars:
oats, 1G6 cars: hogs. 15.000 head.
CHICAGO, Jan. 17. Cattle Receipts.
2500: market, slow, steady. Beeves, $5.85
(go. 20; Texas steers, ?1.705.70, western
steers. 54 .fiOdT'5.50; stockers and feeders,
$4.807.G0; cows and ihcifers, $2.75
4.40: calves. 57g10.oO.
Hogs Receipts. 19,000; market, strong,
Jc to 10c higher- Light. 57.30Gv7.52;
mixed. ?7.25?I'7.o5; heavy. 37.107.575;
rough, ?7.10cft7.20; pigs, 567.50; bulk of
sales, 57.40(&7.G0. .
Sheep Receipts, 6000; markot. steady
to shade higher. Naitvc. $1.75(3)6.15;
western, $4.73i.15; yearlings, 56. 30(g)
S.25; lambs, native, 50.7o9; westorn,
SOUTH OMAHA, Jan. 17. Cattle Re
ceipts. 900: market, slow, steady. Natlvo
stecrp, 50.25(5'S.75; cows and heifers, $3.75
j7,10; western steers, ?5.50S; Texas
steers. 5l.50fi0.25: range cows and hclf
ern. $3.50ffj.6.75: calves. $6.00(5.3.00.
Hogs Receipts, SG00: market. 5c to 10c
higher. Heavy, ?7.255)7. 40; light, S7??
7.30; pigs, .?5.506.75; bulk of sales, $7.15
Sheep Receipts. 2200; market, steady.
Yearlings. $7.15?i)S.l5; wethers, 35.G03
6.25; lambs, 5S&S.S0.
KANSAS CITY, Jap. 17. CatUo Re
ceipts, 10.000, Including 200 southerns;
markot. strong. Native steers, 56.73
8.50; southern steers. 567.50; southern
cows and hoifcrs, S3.756.23; native cowa
and Jiclfcra. .3.757.B0; atockcrs and
feeders. $G.75(57.75: bulls, $56.50; calves,
36.o010.25; western steers, ?6()S; -western
Hogs Receipts, 4500; market, 5c to 10c
higher. Bulk of sales, $7.207.40; heavy,
57.35(5 7. 15-. packers and butchers, 57.250)
7.40; light. 57.107.30; pigs, $0.257.
Sheep ttccclpls, 2000; market, strong
Muttons, 5i.30G; lambs, ?7.50(59; range
wethers and yearlings, $5.50S; range
Condition of Treasury.
WASHINGTON, Jan. 17. The condi
tion of the United Stales treasury at
the beginning of business today was:
Working balance 5 S3, 195,470
In banks and Philippine treas
Total of goncral fund 136,004,002
Receipts yesterday 2.213,124
Deficit this fiscal year, SS.4G2.30i, as
against a deficit of $20,242,244 last year.
Tho figures for receipts, disbursements
and deficit exclude Panama canal and
public debt transactions.
N1SW YORK, Jan. 17- Evaporated ap
Prunes, good demand for large sines.
Apricots and peaches, qtiict.
REVIEW OF TRADE. j
Business Sentiment Conservative, but
NEW YORK, Jan. 17. Bradstrcefs to- j
morrow will say:
Business is up to the mark, but moro
or less conservatism Is engendered by
tho disposition of some Interests to dis
cuss tariff revision. In the face of this
Is tho ovur-loomlug fact that trades con
tinue to move at a steady pace.
It is true that new business with the
steel mills Is not so largu as It was, but
it Is probable that the Intake of orders
A negative tide to Industrial matters is
furnished by the continued strlko of gar
ment workers at New York. ,
Funds are moro plentiful for mercan
tile purposes, for which there is a good
demand. Hated are easier, and tho with
drawal of gold for export is viewed with
equanimity. The stock market, weak
early because of pressure to sell, later
on turned firmer on supporting orders.
Business failures for the week ending
January 10 were 313, which compares
with 361 in tho like week of 1912.
Wheat, Including tlour. exports for the
week aggregate C,12S,4G0 bushels, against
5.601.014 bushelH last woek, and 2,041,
570 bushels this week latt year.
NEW YORK. Jan. 17. Dun's Weekly
Review of Trade tomorrow will say;
Trade in most important branches con
tinues to show a satisfactory gain over
last year In volume of transactions.
Business sentiment, however, while con
fident, lc conservative. A notable devel
opment Is .the marked Increase In rail
road activity. While track construction
Is at low ebb. the railroads are adding
to tholr rolling stock and extending their
terminal and othar facilities.
Railroud earnings for the first week of
January show a gain of ll.G per cent
the largest Increase In over a year.
The copper trado is the only great In
dustry which does not report current
Improvement. The dry goods markot is
more active than lust year and the shoe
trado also Improves.
The wheat and cotton markets dis
played considerable Irregularity. Foreign
commerce statistics continue to make a
remarkable exhibit of expansion In our
trade with other countries.
Bradstrcot's Bank Clearings.
' NEW YORK. Jan. 17. Brndstroot'e
bank clearings report for tho weak end
I Inp January 10 shown an aggregate of
'""iHf'' Druehl & Franken jy I
I IbbbI USy rner" fllS S,an1' SUth Jl I
Of Interest to Women! I
1 An important sale of LANGFELT HANDBAGS at our stones. This is a new department and I
I we are anxious for you to see these beautiful stylish Bags. Saturday and Monday they will I
I be sold at ONE-FOURTH OFF,
To reduce our slock oil HAIR FREE With each caii of Rexall I
BRUSHES wc will give with each "V'l'f'll HAAI2ll6 Pearl Toofch pwdor aL 25c W 25c I
$1.50 or over Hair Brush a 35c Comb. Is A 11 ll IVtlwIClld Tooth Brush. ' I
odds and ends of For Saturday and Monday I
Holiday Stationery 25c Menthoktum . iSc I
At reduced price, 50c Mentholatum 29c LipOf 0 Dill 111 6 lit
50c boxes at ...39c 10c Bromo Seltzer 8c 9
75c boxes at - ...59c 25c Bromo Seltzer 15c Ushers Scotch, regular $1.75, cut to. S1.50
$1.00 boxes at 69c r 0 orv John Robertson Scotch, regular $1.50,
$1.50 boxes at $1.13 J?30 Sltzer 29c Cut to $1.43
f ib p d' er 01d 0row Whisky' regiilar ?150' I
Combs Far Underprised lb; pe "SSS lie old L," whisVeguiaoo;':'1'15 I
25c values at s ..19c j j. Peroxide Hydrogen 19c cut to 75c
5oc lZ t :::::::::r:::::::38: po cough syruP. . .i?c om r.gi.r 5oc, . 1
75c values at - w. ..56c $1.00 Peruna 67c to 40c I
$1.00 values at w 75c 50c Canthrox . . ,-..,r. . . 33c Gumes Malt Whisky, regular S1.00, I I
50c Semple Giovine 29c cllt to 89c I I
IftAP SALE 75c Pinaud's Vegetal. .52c Jules Maiirie Brandy, regular $1.50, I
SlUAr MLfc 50c Hind's Honey and cut to, $1'37 I
Jap Rose soap oc AC oc Queen s Own Dry 6m, regular $1.25. 1
Woodbury's Facial Soap 15c Almona '-ream ...... ..Jt)C ..cut to 92c 1 H
P. & S. Soap i for 25c Earlv Days Whisky, 5s, regular
Witch Hazel Soap, 3 bars for lie $1.00; cut to 93c
Hot Water Bottles aid Dran's s-year-ow wwSky,
Parcels Post Service m . ?L19 I
I This store, through the new parcel post, Cooking Brandy, regular $3.00 H
1 extends its service to patrons every- Any one in stock, Saturday and gallon, cut to $2.69 H
I where. Mail orders receive prompt at- Monday at one-fourth less than Oooking Brandy, regular $1.50 I
I tentiou at city prices. regular prices. half gallon, cut'to S1.37 I
S.ToT.b'OG.OOO. aa against $3.nS5,HS,000
last week ami 53.4S0,C61 000 In the corro
spondltif? woek last year. The following
Is a list olf the cities: Per Cent.
Xcw York .2,179,3C&.000 o.o
Chicago S2D.717.000 17.1
Boston 1138,703,000 5.6
Philadelphia .. .. 183.CuO.000 11.2 ....
St. "Louis 00,108,000 11.2 ....
Kansas City .... oS,02S,000 10.3 ....
Pittsburg 55,226,000 lii.S
San Francisco -. C0.7S9.000 1 1.3 ....
Baltimore 47.S05.000 22.7 ....
Cincinnati 29.335,000 G.7 ....
Minneapolis .. .. 27,703,000 44.9 ....
New Orleans .... 27,30O,OOt 8.1 ....
Cleveland 2G.S55.000 19.3 ....
Detroit 20,489,000 19.1 ....
Los Angeles 20,1)94,000 1S.0 ....
Omaha 17,545,000 16.1 ....
Milwaukee 1C.01S.000 15.2
Louisville ir,.S40,000 9.2 ....
Atlanta 17,001,000 G.2 ....
Portland, Of.. ., 12,561,000 20.0
Seattle 12,407,000 9.G
St. Paul 9,132,000 2.S
Buffalo 12,529.000 12.4
Denver 9.2G3.000 2.2
Indianapolis .. .. 10,113,000 17.1 ....
Providence .. .. 10,153,000 G.7 ....
Richmond S.7G2.000 3.6 ....
Washingt'n, D. C. 7,40G,000 2.4
;St. Joseph 9.SS4.000 9.0
SAL1' LAlvB ... 7.301,000 S.l
Spokane. WuEh.. 4.G2S.000 3.5 ....
Tacoma 2,901,000 1G.2 ....
Dc3 Moince 4.000,000- 22.3
Oakland, Cal. ... I.2SI.000 3.9 ....
Wichita 3,525.000 15.4 ....
Sun Diego. Cal.. 3,090,000 35.1 ....
Lincoln 1,304,000 20.8 ....
Topeka 2.192,000 33. S ....
Sacramento .. .. 2,100,000 28.2 ....
Helena 9S5.000 3.G ....
Stockton, Cal.... 923,000 1G.3
Bolso. Ida 992.000 G.l ....
Muskogee. Okla.. 1,011,000 51.3 ....
Tulsa. Okla.. .. 951,000 29.3
Osden. Utah .... GGG.OOO 2.3
Sioux Falls 724,000 42.2 ....
Jackson. Miss. .. G6O.000 1S.S
Fargo. N". D 514,000 3S.I ....
Fremont, Xcb.... 269,000 12.5
Mrs. A. IX. Tabor, of Cridcr, jUo., had
been troublod with sick headache for
about live years, when sfco bcean talc
ing Chamberlain's Tablets. She haa
taken two bottles of them and they haYu
cured her. Sick headache is caused by
a disordered stomach for which theso
tablets aro especially intended. Try
them, eel well and stay well. Sold b-Schramm-.Tohnsou,
Drugs, "the nevef
3ubstitulors,,, ftvo (5) cood stores.
A Constant Increase I
Your principal is con- I
stantly increasing when you 1
allow your deposits to re- 1
main at interest with the 1
Continental National Bank.
Now is a splendid time to
start an account with us.
Why uot begin today?
14 Per Gent Interest Paid
On Savings Accounts
Continental National Bank
Salt Lake City, Utah.
"THE PEOPLED BANK"
Will open for business,
Monday, Jan. 20, '13, in its
temporary quarters, 24 "East
1st, So. Commercial and
Savings Accounts solicited,
4 per cent interest paid on
Whou : euro is guaranteed of all
curable pains and disease, regardless of
name, arising from natural causes.
A $2 bottle of OIL OF EDEN (sam
ole 75 cents) Tclaxcs, opons pores, al
lays pain, dissolves and removes an
ulcerated tumor, enlargement of tho
gland, goiter or other false and impure
gatherings of tho external svstcin.
' A 3 bottle of SWEET SPIRITS OF
EDEN (samplo $1) will purify the
blood, restore vitality to all weak
partB; regulates livor, kidneys, stomach
and bowels. Cure chronic constipation,
disordered digestion, sick and bilious
hcadacho and nervous prostration. If
your druggist has not got them, on
receipt of )ricc they will bo delivered
to Hay address in tho U. S. by
G'AXiTFO Ii NTA CO-OP MEDICAL CO.
830 South West Toinple. Lock Box S13.
SHORES & SHORES
Reliable Expert Specialists, K 1
w MAIN STREET. FVvQjI
Salt Lake City. fflTI
I ALL DISEASES!
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Consultation, mm Bat HB 1
Examination and ? mLaJv im Mm 1
Expert Advlco WW E I
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umce nOUTS. Sundays 10 to 12,
A KSaA Oblh6i-tcra Diamond Bt-andWV
"ET--Swf3 boe, :wJJ ltb niua Ribbon. W
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SG-SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYtt'HEBBi
I Stock in the Los Angeles Union Stock H
I Yards Co., a great public utility, 1.00 per I
I share for a limited time only.
I L F. TUCKER, Manager, I
1 277 South Main St., Salt Lake City.
I One door north Merchants Bank. H
I I CURE MEN I
P mEtx CONSULTATION FREE!
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1 (IrSSaM a Lake or clso-tvhere. 1 cure tho dlroaaa I
M E&iffl &m treat and do not treat anything except
I DISEASES OF MEN.
WAttf& Commit me free of charge. JWt
S a J 1 MV FEE NEED notEdE PA,D UNl-Ess
E V -tK. I i deirtre to rach tho pcor an well as fAfM
I . .MamsSm the rich man, nnd by making my fee very MM
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I fA Bpzt1!Z3MmJ by Increase my business ami secure last- mM
b ig3xSf Inc cratltude from thousands who would mU
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I Aly euro for weak mon stops every drain nnd builds up the physical and 1
I nervouu system, purines and enrlohes the blood, cleanses and healu the mm
I bladder and hfeney Invigorates the Uvtr, , revlven the spirits, br shtens the H
I Intellect, and. abovo all. restores the wasted power of vitality. Write for self-
I examlmulon blank or call at my offlco today. ,
I Hours 0 a, m. to 6 p. ra.: evenlnc. 7 to 8: Sundays, o o. m. to l- noon- tmm
I SALT LAKE MEDICAL INSTBTUTE
j 1691 SOUTH MAIN STREET. SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH. MM
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little oah and no clinkers. It l tho Ideal coal for the heater, furnaco or mmi
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