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1111 UP HIT
s Is How New York
Stock Market Is Viewed
RTS WELL, BUT STOPS
se Was Firm, However,
,nd Indicated Higher
Prices to Follow.
international News Service
W YORK, Jan. 2S. Today's stock
et wis like u. fat man running up
Prlcc3 started well, but siacd
Later they turned flnn. closing
strong with Indications of going
:r, At the first sign, of hesitation
traders reached Uto too hasty con
n that tho rally had run its course
began testing tlio market for a
Ion. The dullness wus followed by
red strength Instead of hesitation
the best prices of tho day wero
d In the early afternoon,
ramor Sulrer's message on stock
ingo reform vena considerably less
lo than cxjHicted and tho profes
ls were willing to construo It optl-ea"y-
, , . . .
real incentive to today s movc
canie with tho renewal of active
pulatlon3 In American. Can com
and preferred. Heavy trading In
hares began at "4 at the stroke ot
;onff and. this proved the low figure
io (lay On a turn over of 10&.000
the common closed at .'173 after
ing 38, a net gain of 3J. Tho pre
1 was unusually active and rose
121 to 1201, closing- at 12SJ, S up on
1 Common Drops,
el common dropped Into second place
)lnt of activity and proved a lag
closing at G5g, a not advance of 2
earnings for tho last quartor of
agreed with the street's estimate
5,000,000. This" showed approrcimatc
1,600,000 for surplus after marking
lepreclatlon and for sinking fund.
5 Gary announced that there had
a slight falling oft in orders, but
flcations aro good and orders are
jallv heavy for this time of the
Thero Is still a Inrgo short In
L in open Steel common and a
cr odvanco in the shares Is looked
idlan Pacific broke to 2i0g on heavy
K from abroad, presumably for Ber
:count. It closed at 241 a net loss
Thero was a sharp rally In
lern Pacific that carried tho stock
"I, Is points sain. Union Pacific
showed a nervousness of tho bear
rc and roso to 1G08 but l'oll to loOl
e late dealings an advance of 1 per
on tho daj'.
!ay Short Interest,
uneasy Khort Interest in Reading
largely responsible for tho activity
Is slock which carried tlio prlco to
n sympathy with other Issues. Con
18 In the northwest aru promising
the Email Investment interest that
appeared on tha street acems ln
I to favor theso isouca.
rttlngat the situation broadly, sontl
shows a- slightly moro optimistic
There Is very Illtle public Interest
icuritles but this may bo changed
renewal of manipulations tor the
Is announced that a stock exchange
has been sold for MS.00O. This now
Igurc represents a forced sal where
eller was compelled to yet the best
the market afforded.
Closing Stock List.
iJcCo,D ll.SQO. 73 715 723
lfV AST' . 100 533 535 52
iiKB cct Sugar .... 1,500 3S 57 37i
BKLCan 104.000 3S 34jl 37J
B?!rrt21 -16.300 1235 121 128
K nlt& FAVJ-V 200l S SS ! 58
tjM2 votto5 011 i.ooo! nnl soil si
hLSc?w ' ,0! 2l 2iK 2SS
Vnecd 1 2oo 10V 104 10
i.vBC?. lcojnotlvc ... 500 105' 40 iOj
ikKEreietTed 1 no.
US?r pf 000 U6X 11G 116J
W V T 133S ISP.i 133
.m,Bg...rPacco. 1,100 2S0A 2SS 287
I rcnlson 2.300 1032 105 1033
j 100 102)102 1013
JMFSPn C L 400U30V1303H301
'ftuhV 'i; ' V 900 102iJ10H102
n?ein SlceI 1"0D 331 373 31
! 5C?f3'an Pacific .... G,500l2425l210Sl241
ty-WMSZ t, iS?p -1001 2SI1 281 2S
ilHfo Gt will0 10.000! 7S3 7Si 7R5
lM H L'U 5010 17 ! 165 17
iKo s&i VV ' 000 137 115,51 137
voiBr I cl' 600 h 13 ins
II It R G ' 200 IflSjIlGoJ 165
BfeftteTea ""260 '.is " I "M ' 3S3
0i3Bfi"lcr8 Securities 100 1SI, IS ISi
::::: 51? Vs V,
K'KorVr?" 2,fi00 129 12S 12SI
..JKi!1 Central S00 ioGi ion .I,."
4K Tnfl'V 3-G0 C R2i C3i
C 100 ISi ISJ 1S)
,UKp &o 100' lnl 15V 1C
jiBr'tti.' -"a' " "fino "is" '243 24 '
';8LY Ont 'I 800 1031 072 10S
fSMt.OondlUou of Treasury.
MlJmSSuS -7T1"1 condition
fm& "nVlpp-luo -tr'cJ S7'505'751
JjK 0f 525'1(5S-C02 lust
-p gfaaau?nBintt c,,I,a, mn
'0i2fenrCffe5 turea Steady,
sSSBa blSwfi,11?' 28 Coffee futurea
S?WKBtj T on!odat a decline of 7 to
SlSBtta 0 t teiP ePan cables and
3gijfcS0r dccl,no ,n t,,ft COBt
ijK up? -a? v"rtng steadied
iM&Mbtea 11 ov-as eteady. net
June it l2.cK prlJ- 13-2CcJ Way,
yVftSm-' Mlh I niii-i- J?' ,13ec Santos 4-,
nuiet- C'ordovn lfi5i3r
LITTLE CHANGE III
Prices of the Past Few Days
Generally Prevail in
All Metals. ' O
T c0PPcr electro) J15.50 ?
T ad, New York S4.25G4.35 ?
V Bar sllvor r.iio X
I- Sliver In London ......... '.23'5-lSd
rN"N,Y0RIC' Jjln- 2S- Copper, dull;
standard spot and January. 515.50 bid:
February. $15.5015.00; March und April.
l0.c,QQ,U,,o. castings, 3IC.S0&31G.25.
tiPw's-QPM 'y.0,1, ?'-90ffio0.00: Januao',
510.Sr.(o0.00; Fchniary. ?49:7550.00.
Lead, oulct, ?4.256?4.S5.
Spelter, easy, $7.007.1o.
Antimony, nominal; Cookson's, 53.75.
Iron, easy; ttnehanged.
Now York Bonds.
U S 2s res 101 Japan 4an 901
do coupon ...101 K C So i-cf 5s.. US'
U S 3s veg ,...102RUiko Sh d 4a... 32i
do coupon ...102EL, T un 4s... 99i
Ij S 4h re? ....113JMo. K & T 1 4s 93j
do coupon ...113s do jjon tjs .. S5J
Panama 3r cou.l02jAro Pao 4s 70
Allls-Ch 1st 6a. G2 do conv 55 ..87b
Am Asrl 5a .....101JN Rvo of Mi 41s S7
Am T T c 4s.l0G K Y C gen 3s. S6J
Am Tob 6s ....1204 do deb 4n 301
Armour & Co 4c 9UXY,KJT & H 3i3 SCJ
Atclxison k 4a. . 38 X A West 1 c 4s 381
do cv -in 102Z do cv 4s lllj
do cv 03 .... 95 Nor Pac 4s .... 0SA
At! C Lino let -1 35 do 3s 07J
B & O is 97JO S L rfder -it).. 91
do 31b 91 Pcnn cv 3Js 37?
Brook Tr cv 4s. 91 do con 4s ....1011
Cent of Ga os. .1078 Reading c Is... 37i
C iLealhor oe... 3G1SI L & S F f 4s. 7tJ
Ches & O 4ia...l00i do pen 5s 81
do conv 4is . . 3D St L S'wust c 4s S02
Chi &. Alton 3s 00 Pea A Line a 5s 77
C P, & Q jt 4s. OoRSo Pac col 4s... 941
do gen 4s .... 9G do cv Is 33 j
C. M & St P 43.104tl do 1st rcf 43.. 33
C.RI & PRR c 4 03J So Ry Ss 1068
do rfp 4s 87 S do gen 4a .... 773
C & So r & c 45 345Un Pac 4a .... 3SJ
Del & Hud cv 4s 372 do cv 4 3G
D & R G rof 5s. 83"J do 1st & rcf 13 95
Distillers 6s ... OS U S Rubber 6s. 10."
Erlo pr Hen 4s. SO U S Steel 2d Rs.1012
do gen 4s .... 7G Va C Chem 5s. 36i
do cv 4o sor 15 7o AVab 1st & e 4s. 638
Til Cent 1st r 4a P5Westorn "hid 4s. S34
Inxcr-rot -lis SOS "West 151cc cv 5s 93 j
Int M M 4 aa ... 651 Wis Cent 4s 00i
Now York Produce. '
X15W YORK, Jan. 2S Flour Dull;
receipts, 44,000; shipments ,7000.
TVncat Spot, Irregular; No, 2 red,
51.0SJ elevator and J1.10 nominal f. o. b.
afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth. $1,005 f.
o. b. afloat. Futures closed unchanged
to 8c not higher; May. 08 7-10(f) 98 1l-l6c;
closed 9Sc; July, closed 36fic. Bonded
wheat January closed 93c; May, SCI
9G 5-lGc; closed 9Gic. July. 3G2c; closed
9GJc. Receipts, 128,000; shipments, 195,
000. props Quiet.
Raw Sugar Steady: Muscovado, .59
teBt, 2.95c; centrifugal, .9G test. 3.43c;
molasses, .89 test, 2.70c; refined, easy:
cut loaf, ii 15c; crushed, 5.05c; mould "A,
4.70o: cubes, 4.60c: XXXX powdered,
4.50c; powdered, 4.45c; fine granulated,
4.33c; diamond A, -I.Soc: confectioners
QA, 4.20c; No. 1, 4.10a
NEW YORK Jan. 23, WhUe Ko'me
wliat Irregular, tlio cotton market made
a generally steady showing today and
closed nt a not advancu of from 9 to 17
NEW YORK, Jan. 28. Evaporated ap
Apricots and peaches, quiet.
WHEAT ID OATS
; REMAIN STEADY
Corn and Provisions Decline;
. Trade Is Generally
i'- : Dull.
CHICAGO. Jan. 2S.Wiicat and oats
were steady today, while corn and pro
visions declined. Trade was generally
dull. Resales of wheat in France re
lleeted ln the quotations from Paris and
Liverpool, brought about selling ln this
market early. There wan not a great
deal of it, but at that It was ovcrdono
and later the early loss was more than
Winnipeg reported that only ono per
cent of the crop remains ln farmers'
hands. Seaboard clearances 456,000. Pri
mary receipts S3G.000 against 492.000 last
Corn fluctuated nervously between nar
row limits, but the main intlucncc In a
net decline of Cl for May was the un
loading of a local long line, of which
process shorts took advantage-
Oats wore sold on a small scalo by pit
traders whllo demand came from com
mission houses. "When shorts discovered
thn nature of the support thev covered.
Provisions started higher on tho com
mission house demand, but there was
plenty, for salo on the bulge and tho close
was at a not decline of flvo cents. Pack
ers were said to bo selling short.
RANGE OF THE LEADING- FUTURES.
"Wheat Open. High. Low.' Clone.
May 028 923 92i 922
July 90 003 30 OUR
Sept 8Sg SSI S3? SS2
May 5-Sl. Ml 51 519
July 521 52 oil- 25
Sept B3i D3H (52? 53g
May , 33? 332 33S 331
JHly 338 33S 33ft 33X
bept 33J 333 33 333
Com No. 2 yellow. 43c; No. 3. 47r7p
48Jc; No. 3 white. G050ic; No. 3 vCl
Rye No. 2. G3!J?G41c.
Timothy S3 1.15.
KANSAS CITY, Jan. 28. Cattle Re
ceipts. 1-1.000, including 400 southerns;
market steady; native steers, 56.S0(5i8.2."j;
southern steers, $3.75?i7.30; southern
cows and heifers, 53.75G.2u; native cows
and heifers, $3.7n7.50; stockcrs and
feeders, 5o.75fi57.no; bulls, 55.00G.25;
calve?, $6.R010.10; western steers, ?6.00
tffS.OO; western cows, 53.7SG.n0.
Hogn Receipts, 18.000; market 5s to
10c higher: bulk, 57.35(3)7.45; heavy, $7.40
?i7.r0; packers and butchers. $7.407.50;
light, $7.307.45; pigs, 30.257.00.
Sheep Receipts, 5000; market 10loc
lowor; muttons. $4.00(5)5.75; Colorado
lambs, $S.258.50: range wethers and
yearlings. 53.257.U0; range owes, ?3.50
CHICAGO. Jan. 28. Cattlo Rc-coipts.
4500; market slow, steady; beeves, $G.00ig
9.00; Texas steers, ?G.50ff?6.65; western
steers, $5. 00(5)7.20; stockera and feeders,
$4.S07.45; cows and heifers, .?2.707.20:
Hogs Receipts, 23,000; market strong
lo 5J0c higher than Mondav'a average
light, 57.35()7.05; mixed. ?7.35(57.67l'
heavy, 57.207.70.; rough.. S7.207.40; plga.
$5.75fi)7.10: bulk. $7.50)7.S5.
Sheep Receipts, 10,000; market dull to
40o lower than week's close: native 34.60
(Q'6.00; western. $4.75(ffG.OO; yearlings,
56.30(gi7.75: lambs, native, $G,50S.63'
SOUTH OMAHA, Jan. 25. Cattle
Receipts, 5200; market steady. Native
steers, SG.40S 40; cows and heifers
53 70(fl7.00; western stccirt. $5.308.00;
Texas st?crs, .4.606,2O; cows and hcif
err. J3.50g.6.6O: calves, 46.00(59.00.
Hogs Receipts. 16,500: market 6c to
10c higher. Heavy. S7.257.40: light,
57.10S-7.35; pigs, $5.75(3)7.00; bulk of alc.
Sheop Receipts, 6000; murkot slow, 10c
to 15c lownr. Yearlings, J7.00G7.75;
wethers, 55.00(5)6.00; lambs, $7.7608,40.
2scw York Money.
NEW YORIC, Jan. 28. Money on call
steady, 2iff3 per cent: ruling rate. 2i per
cont: closing bid, 22 per cent; offered ii
3 per cent.
Tlmo loans steady; sixty day?. 31 per
cent; ninety days, 3J5T4 per cent; nix
months, 44J per cent.
Prime mercantile "paper, 4;(35 per cent.
Sterling exchange firm, with actual
business In bankers' bills at 54.83.75 for
sixty-day bills and at 54.87.60 for de
mand. Commercial bills. 5i.S3.
Bar silver, 61c; Maxican dollars, 4Sjc.
Government bonds firm; railroad bonds
OirrCAGO, Jan. 28. Butter firm;
Llggs steady; receipts, 4750 cn?cs; at
mark, cases Included, fresh. 13'21c: re
frigerator firsts, 1616ic; firsts, 22fZi
Iivo poultry ttcady; turkevs, loc;
chickens, 131c; springs, 14c
Another Drop in Sugar.
NEW YORK. Jan. 28. All grades of
refined sugar wore reduced 10 cents per
hundred pounds today.
BoBton Wool Markot.
BOSTON. Jan. 23. The cleaning up of
the 1912 domestic wool clip continues,
with values holding steady and com
paratively light sales except In new fall
Some inquiry is reported ln nearby
flcocos and an ordinary business is be
ing transacted in territory wool. Very
little bidding for tho now clip is re
ported In the west. Quotations ranged
Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces Do
lalne washed, 34 c; XX, 5?32c; un
washed, 2-S2Sac; fine. unwashed,
24 (f c
Missouri three-eighths blood. 3031c;
one-quarter blood, 303lc.
Scoured basis: Texas fine, six to eight
months, 5557c; fine, twelve monthB,
G30)64c: fino fall. 49&50c.
California: Northern, o25Sc; middle
country, 50(3!52c; southern, -IS&idc; rail
Oregon: Eastern No. 1 staple, GSUpGoc:
eastern clothing, 60 c; valley No. 1,
Territory: Fine staple. G36oc; fine
medium staple, GStf? c; fine clothing, GO
Glc: flno medium clothing, 57($5Sc;
half-blood combing, COtfvGlc: thrce
clghthn blood combing, nTPHSc; one
quarter blood combing. 535uCv
Pulled: AA, rSS2c; A supers, 54g'58c.
St. Louis Wool.
ST. LOUIS, Jan. 2S. Wool, steady; mo
dlum grades combing and clothing, 231
2fic; light fino, 19fS21c: heavy fine. 135
18c; tub washed, 2iQ)36c.
London Wool Sales.
LONDON, Jan. 2S. Tho wool auction
sales were continued today with offer
ings of 10,663 bales. The large sclec-
Raowing how , , JrV!
Being Willing- $jm
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Hon was in good condition and ti.e talc
was brisk nt firm prices. Scoured me
rinos were strong and New South Walos
sold at 2 3Jd and Victoria at 2s Jd.
while some greasy brought Is 7id
Place, Oats and Bye.
MINNEAPOLL?, Jan. 23. Bran. 519 50.
Flour First patent?, ?4.304.8&: sec
ond patents, ?4.lo?4.50: lirst cioftra.
3.10f3.i0; second clear, $2.20e2.60.
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NOTICE OF STOCKHOLDERS' AN.
NUAL MEETING UTAH SAVINGS
&. TRUST COMPANY.
Th annual meeting of tho stockhold
ers of the Utah Savings & Trust com
pany, a corporation, will bo held on
Monday, the 3rd day of February, 1913,
fil 10 o'clock a. m., at its general place
of business, No. 235 Main street, Salt
Lake City. Utah, for tho election of of
ficers and transaction of nuch other busi
ness as may properly come before th
meeting. N. G. HALL,
Secretary Utah Savings ,fc Trust com
pany, Salt Lake City. Utah.
January 11. 1913. n991
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKROLD.
Notico is hereby given that thero will
be held a special meeting of tho stock
holders of Utah Savings & Trust com
pany, at tho office of eald company. No
Ii3G iluin street. Salt Lake City, Utah
upon Monday, tho 3rd day of Febru
ary, 1913, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the
purposo of amending paragraph 4, ar
ticle 3, of tho articles of incorporation
of said Utah Savings & Trust company,
by empowering the board of directors to
create any additional offices of tho cor
poration that may bo necessary to carry
on tho general business of tho corpora
tion. Done in pursuance of a resolu
tion of its board of directors.
Dated this 11th day of January, 1313.
W. S. M'CORNICK, President
N. G. HALL. Secretary.
The undersigned, aa assignee of
Illgham, Burton Si Taylor Plumbing com
pany, ofTer3 for sale any part or all of
tho assets of said corporation Said as
sets consist of a stock of plumbing fix
tures and supplies, accounts receivable
the face value of which amounts to
53423.19, ono horse and one Wagon.
Offers will be received orally or ln
writing at 31 Richards street, or 1401
Walker Bank building, up to 12 o'clock
noon Saturday, February 1, 1913.
The -right to roJcct any and all bids 13
reserved. A. B. IRVINE, Assignee.
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