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10 THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY MORNlNCyPEBRUARY 1013. M
I I BB
B i Prices Close Soft With Indi
j cations of n Further
H ; STEEL COMMON STEADY
H Southern Pacific Plans Are
H' ' Being Discussed; Situa
H tion Complicated.
B By BROAD AN WALL.
jK By International N'ewe Sorvlco.
'f . NEW TORK. Feb. 4. Today's Block
WttL I market iva3 dlficouraKlnjr. even for a
E9j3 l nmall dftjr. In the early hours of the aes-
K5 i Klon the fluctuatlona wero due to tho
Bh confused action of the room trader. Tn
Bflt j other Tvordn, the market vras nil on tho
BS f floor. As tho seanlon wore on. weakness
B5 I develop! and prices closed soft, with In-
mfm l dlcatlonn of a furthur decline.
BH p It would bo flatter' to Imagine that
Hm f nil the CaJi common has boen purchased
Bjti for dividend possibilities. Such stocks
Ha '. ar bouKht for a quick turnover and the
WA& : market has Rone flat without a chance
n for any but tho nimblcai trader to uet a
B profit. Tho earning are now a. matter
HI of history and tho decline In tho common
HJH stock from 10 and a fraction Ja.it week
B s to 30 today may b ftnJrf to have dls-
8 ifk counted the price of a dividend, which.
1 B by Iho way, nhould not be declnrcd If
I B ' xioort huulncsa ethics are to prevail.
3 I Steel Common Steady.
I i 1 Steel common was steady throughout
I S ' 5a' Tn'a stoc,c aoPeara to bo con-
I Hi f Jildorably oversold and the traders I'Ifiht
Kg j shy of tnaklnp new ventures until a
Hff l fresh trend Is developed.
Mm H 13 exported thnt tho plans for a dlc-
W . solution of Union-Southern Pacific will
Ktff bo perfected fiufflclcntly to bo presented
Wfg i at . special meeting of tho board of dl-
trX ' rectors to bo held on Thursday.
Kg Whatever tho details. It la apparent
ys that thero will be a liberal simply of
Kg .- Southern Pacific stock for trading nur-
Hs i jo5cs. In anticipation of an offer! nc to
Bftl I stockholders for the rlshtu to subKcribo
BU to Southern Pacific, advance sales havo
mjM b?en ma4e npalnst this privilege. As the
9 ,lock market generally la decidedly nar
RR row, any larsc offering of shares Ik
KB bound to produce a drop In prices.
8 I Syndicate Taking Hand.
EjS It Is Intimated that an underwriting
Mm syndicate will guarantee the success of
Wa tho offering by taking such stock ne not
9 5ubncrlbed for at 37J.
Wm K Unfortunately, this Is practically a
IS forced fale of a, large block of stock at a
B tlmo when tho public Is not disposed to
' buy froely, and as tho government suit
against the Southern Pacific company
question ownership of valuable ore land3
i pending, tho nltuatlon Is further com-
; plicated and a lower price will prevail
l - than were this unfortunate feature ab-
Late dispatches from Mexico City In-
dlcatlng that the situation there In well
nigh hopeless doea not tend to help the
Southern Pacific company, as they have
large Interests In Mexico.
Closing Stock List.
I Sales.! II. ' L. ICIa.
Amal Con 0.700 738 723 -i
Am AgrI 53
Am Boot Sugar 37
Am Can . 35.300 41 "9 39?
preferred 2,700 1275 I'JSJ 12ii
Am C & Fndy 100 53 S:H S3
Am Cotton Oil 1,200 522 51j oli
Am Ico Secur 200 23 23 23
Am Unaecd 10J
Am Locomotive 40
Am Smelt & Ref... 1,100 73 78 73
Am Sugar Ref 117J
Am T & T 400 132 1315 13U
Am Tobacco 3,900 2S45 2S05 2535
Anaconda- Mln Co... 900 OS 37X 27fi
Atchison 400 104 103J 103S
preferred 200 101 101'3 1011
Atlantlo C Line 130
I3alt .t. Ohio '100 102H 102J 102i
Bethlehem Steel J 3S
F. n T 9001 903 905 30i
Canadian Pacific ... 4.300 240 23Si 23S
Central Leather 300 29J 2BI 20
CMiea & Ohio 100 78 7S 7l
Chi Gt Western ... 400 17 1G2 16R
Chi Mil & St P 200 1145 1135 1131
aM Ohl & Gt W 13
S (-olo Fuel and Iron. 5,200 40 3S& 38
IS :on Gaa 100I137J 137 137:
MB Corn Prodimts 3001 151 141 14J
M Del A: Hudson M4
U D R G 2H
nl Ills Secur 200 1SS 1SB ISi
HI Krie 800 3U 3U 31
hit preferred .... COO 4S3 4S?I 48
2nd preferred i 3i
Gen Ulcctrlc I 100 143 143 fl42
Gt Xorth pfd, C0A 12S1 12S5
Mm Gt North Ore Ctfs. 200 391 39 39S
BH Illinois Centml 100 12SJ 12Si 1274
H Intorborough-Met .. 3.S00 19 IS 1S
M Jntor Harvester 200'113 1112 1101
V Jntcr-JFarlno pfd IP
3 Inter Paper 100 12 12 12
Inter Pump 15",
KQ Kajir.ir City South .1 2'5ii
flffl "Laclcda Gaa 10;;'
Hi l?hlgh Valley S.S00 lb3i 1G1J 1GU
HI r.ouls & N'ajjh 300!lS9 139a IZ
an it 6i r s st m..I 100 Hovnoi 140
I M If fir T 27i
Mo 7Jaclfin 700 415' 411 4li
Natl Biscuit '...I US
atl lAid ! 100 o24' B2l! S2i
7atl R of Mex 2 pfd' '...! 2'
T Central I 100 109 109 llOSS
M T Onr & West... 200 32 ! 3l 311
.Xorf & Wt S00 11011103111091
Xorth American SI
Northern Pacific 1,000 120 lllDi'119i
Pacific Mall I J.... 20
Pennsj-lvanla. I 2.2 121 1219il212
People's G5 t I....IUS
Pltlr. C C & St L.J J. .1101
Plttiiburg CoaT ...J 2001 2"2' """jl 2"
Preesed Steel Car...' '..".I.7..I 3
Pullman Palaco Car I '. ..linn
Republic T Jk S..,. loor 27V 27 I 2f.l
preferred . , . t. ss
Rock Ieland Co .... 6,001 24:1 i'til 24?
preferred I 3,500 4SJ' 2l! 42:
St I & Sf 2d pfd... I roOl ?R ' 271' ",i
aboard Air Line..1 ... '.. ?ii
prefTcd ' ... ' tri
3lor Snef Stl& I.' 1 . 't
Southern Pacific ...1 5,0i!l07 i(U'io"
southern Rallwav ...I 00l 27 ' " ' "7
Dreferrel 1 lool 30' os' so
Tnn Copper I 260) 34V 34i! 53
Texas & Paolflc .... tonraoit 30if 2"'.
nion Pacific 18.S0flill2'H0:ll4O
preferred I J i m
t; S Realty I ' ("'" 7tj
S Rubb-r J -lool ik'r $s
1 s stcei rr.700: kr ' v m
ropvcr j l.JOO' 5if 547' St
Am Car Chml .. ' ! jt;
TVAbmh . . . If I ll 2
preferred i I ijp
West Mar-Iand Coo' H5' 44 (l
Wtem Union ! jool 72 I t
Wesflnghoue Hloc f ' r
heel & Lk Krtc....' l'...X'.'.'.'. 7
Total Mle for the iv. 2il.H) hnrr.
ICuntfltlou of Treasury.
WASHINGTON. Kcb. 4. The condition
f the United States troaaurr at the
beginning of buclneis today wjif:
Working balance '. . . . e.,2il,007 !
In bajrjk vA P1MllppJii treas
ury .. .0?,SS3
Total of eenrral fund H6.;s.(f7
Receipt yctrdav 3M.014
Dlabuiaomrntir . . 1.J5J.990
Th surpliiK thl fioca! ymr u J5.04J.Si2
v ng2inet a dofl'ft of :i.05S3n lart
Th figures for r-lptr c1lHbur"rr ite
I ftc er,lude Ponama cana' ard pabl'"
l debt tnuisicUcai,
! LITTLE CUE R
I . coppFjswioi
Lead Records a Slight De
crease; Silver Higher
flfr''l in London.
4- Copper (clectrolylic) 51G 50
r Load ?4.204 22 4-
r Silver t2Rc A-
Silver ln London ...,.....2.S 13-lGd--
NEW TORIC. l'-eb. 4. Copper, qulot:
ppot and Fobruary, 15.00 bid; March,
April Juid May, 15.00 15.i"0; electrolytic,
1S.50; lal. 15.50iSlG.76; castings, 10.00
Tin, weak;- spot and Fobruary, 49.iritu.
40.25; March, 4S.S05r-19.LM; April, 48.7u
Lend, steady, 4.2."?P4.3B.
Spelter, oaey, G.50(gc.70.
Antimony, nominal; cookson's. 9.75.
Iron, lrresular nnd unchanged.
Copper arrivals. 1500 ton?. I-ondon
copper, weak; spot, 16 1s Cd; futures,
iG7 12s d.
Local exchange sales of tin. 335 ton..
London tin. qulot; spot. 22 4 IPs; fu
tures, 222 5s.
Iondon lend, 10 13s 9d.
London spelter. 2G.
Iron Cleveland warrants, Cos Ud In
N6vr York Bonds.
U S r 2s rcg.,101 Japan 4s 90i
do coupon ....101 K C S ref o ... i)Sli
do 3a rrg 102i L S dob Is 1931 92g
do coupon ....10-JL & N un 4s 99
do Is reg 113JM it & T 1st la 93i
ilo coupon ....113i do gen lis .... S6
Pan 3h coupon .1021 Mo I'ac la 70
A-Chalm 1st 5s. 59 do coiv 5z ... S7
Am Agr Cm ...lOlfN Rys of M P.s. 87
Am T&T cv 4h. 10t)J N X C gen 3is.. S6
Am Tobttc On ..121 do deb In ... 908
Armour&Co lis. 9lJNrNU.tII cv Sis SUi
Atch gen Ih .... 9S N Jc W lut c 4s. 983
do ov 43 19G0.102I do cv 4K 1091
do cv os 10liN P 4s 9S1
At C L 1st 4s.. 95 do 3s G7Z
B & O 97: O S L rfdg 4 . . 91
do 35s- 9llPcnn r.v 3s 1915 97.i
Brook T cv Ik. 90i do con Is 102J
Cent of Ga 6s. .1074 Reading gen 4s. 97i
Cent Lthros.... 9G StL&SF fg 4s.. 7fi
dies &: O 4as..l00i do son 5s Si
do conv '41s . 92JS!LS'west con 4s S0i
Chi Sr. Alton 35s. 62 Scab A L adj 5s. 74
CB&Q joint Is.. 95ES P col 4b 9GS
do sen 4s 95 do cv 4s 93
CM.fcfUP rv tis.lOlj do 1st ref 4s . 04 J
CRI&P col 4s... Cu Southern Ry s .10G5
do rfgw 4s 875 do pen 4s ... 775
C&S refext 41s 942 C P 4"s 99
I Del S: lixul cv Is 97E do cv 4s 902
D & R G ref 5s. S3SJ do Isi&rcf is. 93
Distillers' 5s GS US Rubber 6s.. 103
Erie pr Hen 4s.. SG U S Steel 2d 5S.101R
do gen 4s 753V-Caro Chem 5s. 98
do cv 4s ser B 752 Wab Ist&ext Is. 604
III C 1st ref Is. 95 Western Md Is . S3?
Inter Met 4?; .. 80s West Elcc cv 5s 9 4
Inter M M 4js . 65 TVls Cent 4? - 91J
Ucw York Money.
NETSV TORK, Feb. 4. Monoy on call
steady, 25tfT12? per cent: ruling rate. 21
per cent; closing bid. 2i per cent; offered
at 22 per cent.
Time loans firm; sixty days. SiI!.; per
cent; ninety day?, 4'H; per cent; six
months, 4S)4J per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. 425 per cent.
Sterling exchange firm, with actual
business in bankers' bills at J4.S3 for
sixty-day bills and at $4.S7.50 for de
mand. Commercial bills. $4, S3.
Bar Silver. 62Ec: Mexican dollars, 45ic.
Government bonds steady; railroad
New York Produce.
NEW TORK, Feb. 4. Flour steady; re
ceipts 3S.00O; shipment 14,000.
"Wheat Spot Arm; uCo. 2 reid L03a
elevator and J51.U X. o. b. afloat nominal.
No. 1 northern Dulutlt $1,011 f. o. b.
afloat. Futures were firmer on covering
duo to tho war news, unfavorable foreign
crop advices nnd cold weather, closing
iflijc net higher. May 99eJc, closed
Mil -15c: July closed 979c; Septembor
closed 06c Bonded wheat: May closed
971c; July a7Bc Receipts 54,000.
Hides, firm, Bogota 29g)30.
Petroleum, steady; wool quiel.
Raw 6ugar, firm; muscovado S3 test
2.9S; centrifugal .96 3.4S; molasses .S9
test 2.73; refined steady. j
Coffee Futures Steady. j
NDW YORK, Feb. 4. Coffee futures
opened steady at a dccllnu of 2 to 12
points under realizing and scattering
pressure Inspired by disappointing Euro
pean cables. Covering of near months
caused quite a. nharp rally during tho
middle of tho day. but the market eased
ofC again later under liquidation. The
closo waf? ea-r not unclianged to 11
points lower. Sales 74.000. Feb., 13.34c;
March, 13.40c; April. 12.58c; Muv, 13.65o;
June, 13.66c; July. 13.CSc; August, 13.72c;
September. 13.7Cc: October, 13.71c; No
vember, 13.65c; December and .lanuars'.
Spot steady; Rio 7p. 13f; Santos is.
158. Mild quiet Cordova I5c nominal.
NDVT TORK, Feb. 4. Evaporated ap
Prunes, dull and eaty.
ApricotH and peacuos, quiet.
NEW YORK, Feb. 4. Cotton Spot
closed quiet: rnlddllnr uplands, 12.35c;
middling gulf; 13.2"c. No sales.
St. LOUls Wool.
ST. LOUIS. Feb. 4. "Wool, steady; ter
ritory and western mediums. 21g)2oc; Hno
mediums, lSH20c: fine, 13tf?-17c.
Boston Wool Market.
BOSTON, IFcb- 4.Tho demand Is
more active for domestic wool. Valucn
held fairly steady although holdom :ihow
a dlsponltlon to tdiado prices on odd lots.
Leading domestic quotations:
Mlwourl: Three-eighths blood S0331c;
quarter blood COiCl.
Texan: Fine alx to eight months 55)
,17r; fine twcjve monthiJ, 63364.
Calitornla: Northern. K?''03c: mlddlc
counly. 50iT;2c; iwuthurn IS 19c; fal'
Oregon: 13iaterti No. I utapli', 53s;-,
eaiitorn clothing 00: vallcv No 1, i".J.
Terrltorj': iqnc staplf. 636.":; lino
modlum staph', 63; flno clothing. 60
fi'lc; fine medium clothing, ZTiQ-lSc: half
blood combine SOftlc; threo-clghths
blood roinblnc. 7a8; rjuarter blood
coihblng. M'q bb
Pulled: A,, WfiGS; A super, C4'?M'.
Flax, Oatr. aJid Ttyc.
MINNUuVPOLIS. Fvb. 4 No. 3 yellow
cFrp. 4 4444'.
N'o. 3 whlto oalc. 311ru31;c.
No. 2 rye. D5WG7c.
Hour, first patents. $4.30(Y4.S5: fer.
oml patonle, H 154? 4.50; first clears,
W.IO'U J.40: accond clear. J2.30452.6i.
lr. E. Walling, a i armor H"inj; noar
Yukon. Mo., strouply recommends Fo
ley's Honey &Tsr Compound and says:
"J havo b-Mi advised by my family
doctor to use Toley's Honey & Tar
Compound for y children "when there
wag a cough medicine needed It al
ways selves the best of satisf action and
jl recommend it to othrr?. Scbranun
.Tobnson, Pnips "The 2s over Subetifcu.
tors f Five Jo) Good Stores (Adv.)
AS RESIT OF Wt
Strength of Corn Is an Im
. porlant Factor; Oats
CHICAGO. Feb. 4. Wheat advanced
today, chiefly impelled by the rcopcnlnc
of hostilities against the Turks. Cloning
prices were tlrm. lo to eJ?S above ku.t j
night. L-itest trading left corn ?fjlc to
llrllc net higher, oats up rc to i4?3i
and provisions Increased In cost 7ic?i'10c
In addition to vnv new?, aid for tho
bulls In wheat camu from India, whore
the draught was said to be withering
crops throughout the United province.
An Important factor in lifting tho wchal
market was the strength shown by corn.
The latter cereal had ;i decided upward
tendency duo to a beggarly crop outlool:
in Argentina compared with tho mag-'
nlficeni ylrld tho acason before. Bu-,
era of wheat showed caution, however,
In view of a big Increase of tho world's (
available stock and because of rumors of
tho shutting down of flour mills at Min
neapolis. Rrokers for one of tlio largest houses
on 'change led a. vigorous campaign to
ralso the quotations for corn. Most of
the sellers who were conspicuous yester
day were compelled to buy on the ad
vance and there was lively option pur
chasing, too. by lending cash concerns.
Oaix roso In sympathy with corn, but
without a corresponding Increase in ac
tivity. Provisions went upward In consequence
of hogs west being lighter than expected.
The only offerings were from the big
RANGE) OF THE LEADING FtrTl'RES.
Wheat Onen. Illch. Low. Close.
May 93'J - 93 1 932 931
July 91 91 i. KU 91 Q
Sept 90 90i S9? 90
May u'il r.r.fc 522 53G
July 532 545 r,32 ,
Sent 5 IE 55i 593 55J
Mav 3(j Zt 34 T.4D
.lulv 34 24Z 341
Sent 34 StJ 34 346
Corn Cash No. 2 vcllow. 51c: No. 3,
ISifM9!o: No. 3 white. 50J-Ii5lc: No. 3
yellow, 4Si(7?'505c: No, I. -ifidP-ISo: No. I
white. 4SJ(?i)50Je: No. 4 vollow, 460;47c
Clover 512.00620.00. .
Pork 519.0019.10. i
Available Grain Supply.
NEW YORK, Feb. 4. Special cable and
telegraph communications received bv
Bradstrccts show the following changes
In available supplies as compared with
Wheat, United Slates east of Rockies,
decreased 190,000 bushels; United States
west of Rockies Increased 859,000: Can
ada Increased 132.000. Total United
Stales and Canada increased S01, 000.
Afloat for and in Europe increased 1,
900.000. Total American and Europe sup
ply Increased 2.701,000. Corn, United
States and Canada. Increased 489.000.
Oats. United States and Canada, de
Tho leading decreases and Increases
reported this week follow:
Decreases: Manitoba. 499.000; Port
land, Me.. 12S.000: Ogdcnsburg. 77.000.
San Antonio, 56,000.
Increases: Louisville, 21S.00O; port
CHICAGO. F.b. I. Butter. sleadv.
Egge. firm; receipts. 4911: at mark,
capes included. 20fa'2."c; refrigerator llrsia,
17ai7c; firsts. 24ic
Potatoes, steady: recoiptp. 33 cars;
Wisconsin, 42ff?t7c: Michigan, 4347c;
Poultry, alive, steady: turkeys, 15c;
chickens. 14c. springs, 14c.
CHICAGO. Feb. 4. Cattle Receipts,
4500; market steady to strong; beeves,
?6.35J?9.00; Texas steers, $4.90(ft6.75:
westorn steers. $5.60(0)7.30; stockors and
feeders. ?4.75'(j'7.60; cowo and heifers,
?3.0055'7.50: calves, S0.50ful0.00,
Hogs Receipts. 21,000: market strong,
oc lo 10c higher; light. S7.50fiJ7.S0; mixed,
J7.55(S7.S0: heavy. 57.401B7.S0; rough. 57 40
7.55: nigs, S6.257.So; bulk of sales,
S7. 70tfl 7. 76.
SheepReceipts. 1S.000; market strong
to 10c higher; native. ?4.S05"G.00: west
ern. 54.7jfT'5.00: yearlings. S6.357.S0;
lambs, native. JC.GOxS.75; western, 56.60
KANSAS CITY. Feb. 4. Cattle Re
ceipts. 11,000. including 400 southerns;
market, steady; native steers. S7 00(glS.7G;
southern steers, SC. 00tfj)7.50: southern
cows and heifers, $3.85(05(5.50; natlvo cows
and heifers. $4.007.50; stockors and feed
ers. $5.805t7.50; bulls. S5.00C.OO; calv-,
t0.50(?'10.00: western steers, SC.SOS.OO;
westorn cows. $4. OOtfrG.50.
Hogs Receipts, 1S.000: market 5c
higher; bulk of sales, S7.45f?.7.00; heavy.
57.40(7.50: packers and butchers. S7.50
7.65; ligiit. ?7.501?'7.G0: pigf, ?5.25igi7.25.
Sh&ep Receipts. 10.000; market stead v;
muttons, S4cSo.f0; Colorado lambs, W.bi)
'RiS.aO; range wethera and yearlings, 55.00
T67.50: i-ange ewes. 53.50'j25.00.
SOUTH OMAHA. Feb. 4.Cktlle--Receipt,
5000; market steady to stronger;
native ptcerp. 55.408.20; cows and heif
ers. S4-00(?7'7.00; western fcteerp. JS.aCg'
7.75; Texas steers. ?4.75'p).25: range cows
and heJfern, ?3.7.")5.C0; calves, 55.50ft)
Hogs Receipts. 15.400: market 10c
higher: heavy. 57.3o7.4.; light. 57.205
7.75: pigs. ?5.00(9-7.00; bulk of sales, 57.35
Sheep Roreipl?, lO.fiOO; market 10c lo
ICc higher; lambs, steady; yearlings, 56.50
iff' 7. 36; wether, 3.G0J)1G.25: Jamb?, 57.90
Stops Itching instantly. Cures pile?,
eczema, jalt rheum, tetter, ltclu hlVM,
herjo. Rcablea Loan's Ointment. At
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