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. j I SATISFACTORY
ttHIess Hall Is Called,' Panic
ay Soon Result in
IfcTUATION IS CRITICAL
Spiak Below Intrinsic Valueb
Uf; Is Now Seriously
By BROADAN WALL.
1 jjltjiailona! Xowe Service.
YORK, Feb. 18. Today's mir-
,-7M(( ftd with prices In many iteucs
tfWirf-r upon demoralization.
iMjH opening "was steady and traders
jmJ inclined to work for a rally. In
':';E( tiny were helped by tho doclulon
jFtfirriiA tlio difference between tho
ftf r"1' and th firemen. This optl-
C, ioever, was checked by llquida-
Ktftiit appeared In Goodrich, carrying
r StlA, price to 12, followed by a drop in
CadsHfttrffCod, and although tho general
jSrtet resisted for a time, tho an-
lEliynent that Governor Sulzer has ln
imaE&I a now bl11 lnat 'na-d been Intro
. -Em Albany, Increasing tho transfer
llfdlKx nx3 $2 to a hundred shares,
sKtd nearly every trader Into a ram-
SMTtlllas orders quickly followed each
ymfa from offices, with tho result that
Uttlijlf tne day's buslnces was dono
The list half-hour. Governors and
-rSc&tors seem to havo lost sight of
'ijBgffjct that their continual attacks on
Wuti brokers and their methods have so
IpEferalned confidence that the markot
Hfcr Mcurltlcs threatens to becomo do-
(Jwftiiic Now Feared.
iw;rt)?f a. halt Is called, panic conditions
OVY lid likely to follow. In previous cases
'Jltf Isinda unrost, wo havo. had con
7,vfflrtid banking support and securities
JaiailkTe been kept In oliecl: until tho
Vjflwrttrii had passed. Now that such
"5 tnioJs of protection havo been labeled
djralat!ve and unbusinesslike, wo are
""'"I irattned with a break In prices below
2 Ifritrlc values.
,J9. Til agitation that was directed against
H Wj of financial Institutions, corpora
i ozs tnd transportation officials and
4 TiXi brokers has now gono beyond those
FBI' lie street and tho Investing public
Kf fcliitatened wltli losses from which It
mi' rH tike years to recover.
'A IWlnt3 to from 1 to 3 points In the
W were numerous and many new low
fi irorfj were ninde.
Northern Pacific touched 1145: Chcsa-
waJ ftkt It Ohio dropped 2i points; Amerl-
a w Telegraph & Telephone declined over
r We I Klnt. on 'the announcement of the
kt bond issue, which was much over
'aS Pacifies Are Down.
Ji Won Pacific, on heavy sales, broke
J? pJr. while Southern Pacific closed at
C i new low price of 100. Steel com
1 !tf Si? ?'?s f.orc,od uPn th market In
5 ?sInS at tho low point of the
4J Hi,?!' Thcro wa3 violent and forced
-M Err1011 ln Woolworth, Goodrich, Un
jf Sears-Roebuck and Virglnla-k-
tWIai Chemical. .
Jv5I',vth Iess well-known issues,
a -Malt, Kaiser, etc., dropped points
'J n.?5 !a,,es Sr a fft'v hundred shares.
2roir In Reading was heavy and
- Siit Peered little rcsistanco to the
ftf' downward tendencv.
; L JB. much shifting of brokers'
11 EVn1..thc newer Industrials are bo
I Emm1 7u.the market. a brokers
itrt po2s,blcto secure frosh accom-
'SdJ Sri" vh!n, ey are called upon by
Hi T,t0 lake stocks up.
tilt J; J leniences that were Imposed
S?"6 0ttice-5 in tho National Cash
"3 S'i cse h,avc '"tenslfled tho pessl
'1 S?Lflilins in Wal1 s and com
v iO?vuse8,aro far Ics confident In
ITM ; "rroratlon will be able to emerge
i.J SeL L poyernment suit without some
Itfrt " ofTicers paying the penalty.
as papers Are Dull.
Aft fiP-lrW", stocks did not respond to
ts?C,h.les,-of thc nietal thw were
ffl$ 5 buvw H Is feared that
.HS S fji.n .utho mcoaUmo plllns up.
'i W5 r&L'?isvot:$ .to awail Probable
-I w win"s on a,"'1 that not many now
(J1 VdSJ. pl?Cd wlUlln lhe next
&yroSn0a,shaac easicr and'ex-
ffii tod?o,Icaly a uartcr ot a cent.
? (B of Si58 vl lc Possibility of a ro-
".7l!4 (nTcn r.r Argentina.
j1 Vft wlthak0t c,oa,Ed weaIt- Brokers
1 Mr wre 5,v,,J,n-v orders to which
I N t5umftUAfb,ia l. &xocutfl- owing to
fct&i, bU5,ness that Increased
1 lo,i, "iarItet will bo looked for
'Jl Xtf. somo anxiety; tho public
fteag flnaSSL C0lnJnnlty of Interests
k 'Ttd nnclor3 wh,lcn wa mistakenly
Hlcli a "money trust." but
I Nation ffPwl?ily circulated forced
I ? jjgjjhSh" 1)cr'od as wo atc
COPPED IS STEM,
BUT JIWIS WEAK
No Change Is Recorded in the
Price of Lead; Iron Is
v-i ';"M4'rK"; s i it: m-h-m.h.
Copper (electro) tisoot
v Sliver (London) .'.'.WW'.".".' 2 Ed ?
H4lHH4'i--I-11 1 : 1 I I I : I I i I ; T
?KW YORK, Feb. ISCopper steady;
P0t and February. $n.oo bid: March.
115.00: lake, ?lo.25; castings. ?11.75.
Tin, weak: spot, 543.uO4S.75; February.
?48.40(S)48.7o; March. ?47.627.S0; April.
fa steady. ?.:54.35.
Sptlter, weak. ?G.306.'10.
Antimony, dull; Coobnon's, J9.303 40.
Iron, steady and unchanged.
Tvper Ports this month, 15,779 tone.
London copper, steady; epot, 64: fu-
thf0 foil.H8 62 Loca' cxciiange Vales
TiS. ? na: London t n weak; spot, 2IS
St25eaT'S2i3 15s- London lead;
t London spelter. 2o.
London evo,and warrants. 60s 4Jd in
Closing Stock List.
. Sl.lHUhTaw. Cle.
American .5rlcultnral ... 300 D2?i 61U CI
So prcfemwJ 1,"00 123
Arecr Cotton Oil CM mi i5 4Sj;
Araorlcan Icn Securities ... 100 ""U
Amnrcan Llnsccrl j0o ioi los; loll
American Locomotive BOO 37 CC 36S
Amor Smelt nd Roflnlnc .. E.2M 70U 65;
do rrc.'orrcJ ' 10;
American Surrar Tte'lnlns: .. :oo HE'.i 115 1UK
Amer can Tol & Tel i,w 131H 13145
.Vniorican Tobacco 700 2KH ICC 255H
Anaconda Mining Co 2,000 3o 31 3U
Atohlson ... S.2CO lOITi 101 101
Atlantic Coast Lin 200 127U 12" 1"S
Baltimore A Ohio 1,200 100 100U IM
Br.thlohem Steel 1.200 ZG 35 S3
Brooklyn Rapid TranMt ... 2.2M SD'.i 83U S8,4
Canadian Paclflo C.600 230H C27"t 21;
Central Leather 400 27 27' 27'
Clipsapcalto & Ohio n.SOO 70i 73U 73U
Clilcaso Great Wrotern ... 1.100 13H 1C 15 '
Chi Mil & St Paul 3.100 lOSi 107'A 107't
Clilcngo & Northwestern ... MO iHi I53i'l"
Colorado Fuel and Iron ... 2,500 351,4 2314 334
Concolldatod Gas 1,000 1SSV4 131H 131H
Corn ProdueU 600 145i 13H 13H
DolaTtaro &. Hudson , 500 1C3 IGO'.l 16014
Denrer U P.lo Gr.mdo .... IM 13 134 1SV4
do prefarred 300 Z1 37 35
Distillers Securities r.00 1SU IS 17;
Erlo ... 0O 25 25:; :sii
do lut preferred 1,200 44U 41 U
do 2nd preferred , .151
General Electric 200 133U 13 137
Great Korthorn preferred .. 2fti 1274 lrS'A 125H
do Ore ctfs l.gnol 3S 3tU 34
Illinois Central 2O0ll2 123 123
Interborcmsh-Mot 3.7001 17M 16Tfc 1T4
do preferred l.tOOl Sli 53i4 E9
Inter Harreter 400 105 103 I0S
Inter-JIarlno preferred .... 100 18 13 17U
International Paper 1,800 Ui 11 11
International Pnmp , 121,4
Kansas City Southern 00 24 24 21
Lacledo Gas 100 103 102 014
Lehigh Valler 5,2O0ll57U 154U 1R5
ioulcvlllo A Kaihvlllo ... 700I134H 1314!l31
Minn St P & Sault St M.. 2OOll30H 135 135U
Mo Kansas & Teiae 200 2C 25W 25H
Mlstourl Paclflo 3.1001 38H 37U 3n'
National Blcult ..... I Ill
National Lad 1001 EOi; J0HI 49V4
Natl nys of M 2nd rfd. 200l 22U 22?; 22
Neir Torlr Central 2.4nn'lMi; 1044'l0ii
New Tork Ont Is TYVwtern Z 2Wl ZOW.I 3014' 3ft
Norfolk & "Western 2.000'lO.lHllOn WU
North American 100 7H 7DVi 07
Northern Paclflo .1 7,S0nln7 lll4ulUU
Faclflo Mall EOOP. 271 r,il :c
PennBylranfa ..... I S,60llliln7't'117'r;
Pwnlo'i! Ga I fCOllll ll?i 100
Plttshurs; f C 4 6t Louie 05U
Pittsburg Coal Tool ;o:l soil I 20U
Proifcd Steel Car 2001 3541 32 31
Pullman Talaco Car 200llC0 I1S9UUC9
Ttradlni: S7.4WltlSOl5 1 ir.7tll574
Rcnubllc Iron & Sleel C00l 231 245
do profeircl 2001 S 31 S3
Rock Island Co l.COTl 22 21U 21H
do preferred SOOl 334 S3 S3
St Xj ti S F 2nd pfd 1 2"J
Seaboard Air Lino I 100 19 18 13
do preforrert I 5001 4G 4514 4S'.i
Ploct Shef Stel & Iron ...I t 40
Foulhcrn Pacific I T.OfiOllOUi 1O0U I(Wl
Southern Pallvar I 1.200' W-ij iSU 2S4
do prof erred I 7001 $0 73 73
Tenne&sco CoDnrr ' 00l S4 I SS-4 3
Txxb & Pacific 2001 lSnl 1SU 154
Union Paclflo ' 2 10ft'lB7ClIS4Si lMi
do preferred I 4001 R7! E7 S7
rnltert States Itoaltr 100 71 Tl W
rnltnd Statu Rul.hor 5.4001 64 CI 61
United Staffs Steel 74.O00J 62U 60U
do preferred 6rt0ll05U lfiU llOSU
Utah Conner 2,00l MUl H 4
Va Car Chemical 4.400 54 Sl'.i 31U
Ao preferred 100 10U 10H
vr,tcrn Maryland ' J. - Mi
nv.jprn Union ' T0U 63 6S
Westlnshotue Kleetrlo .... 300 70U 631 70
Wheeling ft La tip Erie IOM r,i.4l 64! 6
Total sslcs for the doy. 404,300 aharej.
Oourlitlou of Troasnrr.
TTASHIXGTOX, Feb. IS. The condi
tion of tho United States treasury at tho
beginning of business today was:
"Working balance 5 CD.SCF.lt)
In banks and Philippine treas-
urv - 43.d1S.SPR
Total of general fund 147,523.055
Kocelpts yesterday ?,5Zi-Si2
"Disbursements -''J1 7
The surplus thlff fiscal yar Is Sii.oCO.
423. ns against a deficit of 523.295.SSS last
The figures for rccclptn. disbursements,
etc.. exclude Panama canal and pnblic
Now York Money.
NEW TORK, Feb. 18. Monoy on call,
easier. 2jtfl4 per cent: ruling rate. 32 per
i1P GREAT BOOK BARGAIN
I Five Big Volumes, $2.35
: Regularly Selling at $12.00
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cent; closing bid, 3J per cent; offered at
4 per cent.
Time loans, strong; sixty und ninety
dayjj, HQ 43 per cent; alx month3, 43Q)5
Irlme mercantile paper, 5 per cent.
Sterling cxchunije, strong, vlth actual
buslnosa ln bankers' bills at 4.S.VJ5 for
ulxty-day bills and at 4.S7.70 for demand.
Commercial bills, 4.S2J.
Har silver, C2c.
Mexican dollars, 48c
Government bonds, heavy; railroad
New York Bonds.
U S rcf U rep 1WUK C Sonth ref li.. 97;
do coupon IWt O Shor-. db it 1351.. Jli
U 6 3a Tec 1M4 L. & N Vu is 37i
do coupon 10:V4M 1C Jk T lit 4t 3Hi
V S 4b ret: 1121 do Ken 4-t (
do coupon US'; Mo Vac 4i 70H
Tan 3s eouron 10;i.4 do conv 5s S7
Alll-Chel 1st It..., K Vtl Rrx of M i-ti. SM
Amer Asrl to 101 X V Cent cea 54.. 014
Am Tel & Tel ct 4.1Mu do dob '4b Wi
.Uner Tob C H04NT Nil A It cv S3
Ar ti Co 4js 31 Nor & W let cn U 37H
Atch sen 4 67 do cv 4 107
do cr (( (1550)... 100 North P.iciflc 4 ... S7l
do cr Sc 10I1! do jj 67
Atl Ct I. ltt 4b... T4UO 8 L rfdc 4s 30
B It O 4 STUPena cr 3H (1315)) 87
do 2Hs f0T4 do con 48 1014
Droolc Tr&n cr 48.. J'Unead sea 4s CSTi
Cent.ct G 5 ...107 Et L. ti S F fr is.. 7
Cent LtAth Ce M'i do sen 3s 73Ti
Chs Ohio 4Hfc ..10)HSt L S W raa ia.. 50
do conv 4U 31 Seaboird A t id J Is 73
C i AC D t Q Jt (j 3JUS P eol 4b S5K
do -on 4b 5S do cv 4a S3
C M a St V cv 4ir..l0J'4 do n R ltt rcf 4e ?3U
CKI t PT.R col UfJis South Ry In 105
do rfc 4s S7'i do sen 4b 77H
C k S ref&eit i'-it 93i Union Pacific 4r. ...
Del A- Hud pv 4... &7U do ct 4b MU
D fi It G ro! fc . . si?i do lt &. rcf 4e... 54H
RlHIllera S C S Rub Cs 103
Erto pr lien 4c .. S31U S Stl 2nd rs ....101
do jron 4s 7311 Va. Car Caera 3s .. 07'.
do cr for "D" ... 74 "Wb ltt & tax 4s 59
I C 1st ret 4s JSWrst Md 4g S3,4
Inter-Met 4iii 7U ,n'cUne El cr 5 P34
Inter M Mb. Viz ... 64 V.'la Central 4b ... SI
Japan 4s S3l
Available Grain Supply.
NEW TORK, Feb. IS. Special cable
and telegraphic communications received
by Bradstrccts show tho following
onanscs In available supplies, as com
pared with previous accounts.
Avail.! bio supply:
Wheat United States cast of Rockies,
decreased 43G.000 bushels: United States
west of Rockies, increased' 20S. 000 bush
els; Canada, dcci'cased CG7.000 bushels;
total United States and (Canada, de
creased S05.000 bushels: afloat for and ln
Europe. Increased G00.00O bushels; total
American and European supply, decreased
Corn United Slatc3 and Canada. In
creased 2.541.000 bushels.
Oats United States and Canada, de
creased niG.OOO bushels.
Tho leading Increase and decreases this
Decreases Manitoba. 773.000; Minneap
olis elevators. 1 100,000; Akron, S0.000;
Port Huron. G0.000.
Increases Portland, Me.. 2G.00O; Louis
Coffeo Futures Steady.
NEW YORK, Feb. IS. Coffee futures
opened steady at a decline of five points
on March, but generally six to seventeen
points higher on covering of shorts.
Prices lost part of thc gain In tho late
trading under renewed liquidation. The
close was barely steady, net three to
twclvo points higher Sales, S7.250 bags.
February. 12.25c; March, 12.27c; April,
12.37c; May, lT.4Sc; June, 12.52c; July,
12.5Sc; August, 12.G2c; September, 12.G7c;
October, 12.57c; November, 12.61c; De
cember, 12.17c; January, 12.47c.
Spot, tjulct; Rio. No. 7, 125c; Santos,
No. 1. lljc. Mild, nominal: Cordova,
Boston Wool Markot.
BOSTON, Feb. 18. The demand for
domestic wool has Increased slightly,
with values showing an easier tendoncy
for lower grades but remaining firm in
Bidding for tho now clip In the west
Is reported as very light. Somo Arizona
wool has been received and sold for IS
Leading domestic quotations rango as
Texas Flno 0 to 8 months, 55fii57c;
fine 12 months. GC64c; flno fall, 49(350c.
California Northern. 5253c: middle
county. 505?52c; southern, 4849c; fall
Oregon 'Eastern No. 1 ataplo, 63(565c;
eastern clothing, 60c; valley No. 1. 55c.
Territory Flno staple, G3(rx)65c; fine
medium staple, 63c; fine clothing. GO
Glc: fine medium clothing, 57GffSc; half
blood combing. GOlc; threo-elghths-blood
combing. 573Sc; quarter-blood
Pulled A. A., o3G2e. A supers, 54
Flax, Oats and Ryo.
MINNEAPOLIS. Fob. IS. No. 3 yellow
No. 3 whlteoats. S0131c.
No. 2- ryo. Soa'B'SiJc.
Flour First patents. 34.30-4.657 sec
ond patents, S4.154.50: first clears, 53.10
S.40: cecond clears, 52.30(5)2.60.
NEW TORK. Feb. 18. Cotton Fu
tures closed steady. Closing bids: Feb
ruary. 12.33c; March, 12.2oc; April, 12.12c;
May. 12-OSc; Juno. 11.94c; July. 11.96c;
August, ll.S6c; September. 11.51c; Octo
ber, 11.47c; December, 11.47c
NEW TORK, Feb. IS. Evaporated ap
ples, quiet. .
St. Louis Wool.
ST. IX5UIS. Fob. IS. Wool Steady;
medium grades combing and clothing, 23i
2Cc; light flno, 19(w21c: heavy fine, 13
lSc; tub washed, 2736c.
OHTCAGO. Feb. IS. Cattle Receipts,
4000; markot, elow. Beeves. 56.709.15;
Texas steers. W. 20IQS; western otcors.
J5.7GC'7.50; stackers and feeders, 5J.7ffi'
7.60; cows and heifers, ?3. 10(3)7. 40; calves,
Hogs Receipts. 17,000; market, strong.
Light, 5S.20(tS.50; mixed, $8.15(fi)S.4G;
heavy. S7.23JfrS.42ij: rough, 57.05(gS.lu,
pigs. !G.50S.l5; bulk. SS.30(E?'S.4o.
Sheep Receipts, 13.000; market, steadv
Native, 54.S0fi?6-10: wostern, ?4.9036.50;
yearlings, 56.6077.S5: lambs, native, 57Q)
8.75; western, $73S.S5.
KANSAS CITT, Feb. IS. Cattle Re
ceipts. 11.000, including GOO southerns;
marknt, steady. Native steers, 5739;
southern stecra. $6527.75; southern cows
and hclfcrs, 546-t0; native cows and
helfera, SlftS; stockora and feeders. $G
7.75: bulla, 53. 25(0. 50: calves, 5t.50(510;
western steors, $6.605jS.25; western cows,
Hogs Receipts. 17,000; market, higher
Bulk. 5S.10giS.25; heavy, $S.03(3i8.20;
packciE and bulchors, 5S.lo!g)S.30; light,
5S.10S.C0; pigs. 57(T67.40.
Shcop Receipts, 10,000: market, strong.
Muttons, S1.50ift0; Colorado lambs, JSJfi
S.75; rango wethers and yearlings, to. 23
7.60; rango ewes, $3.50ij?5.75.
SOUTH OMAHA. Feb. IS. Cattle Rn
celpts, 6200; market, steady. Natlvn
Bteers, 57PS.50; cowu and helfrs. fSJ?
7.25; western steers, $5.50ig)S; Texan
steer. 550.50: cows and helfors. 54.30
(g6.75; calves. $G9.2o.
Hogs Receipts, 17,000; market, higher.
Heavy. $7.95&8.15: light, 5S.l0ffiS.25;
pigs, 56.50(317. i0; bulk of cales. 58.10
Eheep Receipts. 14.000: market, steady.
Yearlings. 57.25fiIi7.S0; wethere. 55.90
6.50; lambs. J8ff9.
Conductor S. L. Miller, Norfolk,
Nebr., on Bonosteol Division . o C. &
N. W. liy Co., rocommonds Foloy Kid
noy Pills and says: "I havo used
Foley Kidney Pills with very eafcUfac
tory results and endorse their use for
iauy one afflicted with kidney trouble.
They are all right." SchramnvJohn
son, DruRs "Tho Never-Substitutors"
(Fivo (fi Good Stores (Adv.)
HESSIAN FLY SCARE
CUTS LITTLE FIGURE
Closing Prices on Wheat Are
Weak; Corn and Oals
CHICAGO. Feb. IS. Attempts today to
get up a Hessian fly searo ln thc wheat
markot hero fell fiat. Closing prices wcro
weak, jc i to ic under last night. Corn
finished Wptc to ic down and oats vary
ing from ac off to a shade advance
Tho outcome in provlslona was un
changed to 7c higher.
Prospect of a turn to rain or snow ln
tho west had much to do with counter
acting tho efforts of the wheat bulls. In
addition, a leading crop expert declared
that talk of thc multiplication of the Hes
Man fly at thin time of tho year, with
temperatures as they have been ln Nc
ow was nncenso. Accordingly, a
Might advance which had been based
partly on fears regarding tho winter crop
and partly on tho strength of foreign
marKots was moro than wiped out.
Interest In war rumors waned when
It was brought to light that, compared
wu.li a month ago. Chicago prices for
wheat were relatively 22 cents cheaper
than Liverpool and yot there had been
no recent export buying hero of any
consequence. Total clearances todav of
wheat and Hour at tho seaboard were
equal to o46.000 bushels. Primary re
ceipts wero 821,000 bushels, against 657,000
a year ago,
Falling off in eastern demand pulled
down corn. Tho deferring of labor trou
bles was held responsible. Oats wero
sustained by purchasing on thc part of
elevators and by shorts consequently be
ing forced to cover.
Shortage of hogs at western centers
mado a rising market for provisions. The
volume of trado. nevertheless was above
RAXGE OF THE LEAW.VO FUTURES.
When Open. Hlnh. Low. Close.
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SPl 2ii 24 31 siti
..'2,8it""Cil11' No- 2 "5J- 5i-03ff 1.05; No. s rH.
McSM.Ol: No. 2 hard. 9UJzr:2ic; No. 3 liari!. S3
ifOIc; No. 1 northnra, 01;4l92Uc: No. 2 north
crn. SSffBOe: No. 3 northern. SCSSSo: No. 2
epr ner, S9SD0c: No. 3 tprlng, SSG&Sc: No. 1
flprlnp. TOffinc; xelrel chff. CJ0'iC: durum.
Cora No. 2 yellow, lOo; No. 3, 7Wff3c: No.
3 Trhlto. 18iiMJ?io; No. 3 yollow. 47;Uc:
No. 1, Ifcyffauc; No. 1 -irhlto. iKJimc; No. i
Oatc No. 3 white, SSViigamc; No. 3 whit. 32
033c; No. i whltfl, SlMQSi'.ic: litanaard. ZZH
Rye No. 5. C2c
Lard tlO BE.
New Tork Produce.
NEW YORK, Feb. IS. Flour, quiet.
Wheat Spot, steady; No. 2 rod, $1,005
elevator and SL11 f. o. b. afloat, nomi
nal; No. 1 northern Duluth, $1,011 f. o. b.
afloat. Futures wero steady early on
the cables, but cased off owing to pre
dictions of rain3 In the southwest, clos
ing t8o net lower. Export sales were
eighteen loads. May, 39 l-lij9fti!c,
closed at 99 1-lSc; July closed at 99Jc
and September at 975c. Bonded: May
closed at 97c asked and July at 97ic
Sugar Raw, steady; muscovado. ,S0
test, 2.95a: centrifugal. .06 test, 3.45c; mo
lasses sugar, .89 test, 2.70e; refined,
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THE TRIBUNE Gives Your Wants the LARGEST CIRCULATION
NOTICE OF SPECIAL STOCKHOLD-
ERS M EETINQ. ' -
Salt Lake City. I'tah, February 10. 1013. ..i
To the Stockholders of Columbua Con- '
solldated Mining Company: ' '' ;
NoUc la hereby given that a sp-clal ft J. -
meeting of the stockholders of tho Co- t '
lumbu Conaolldated Mining company, a 1 ;i
corporaUon. 1 hereby called for and will '& Jvt
le held at the principal office of the "Id
company at room 714 Judce building. In 5: f
Lae City. Utah, on Friday. Febni- ? , f
ary 23. 1913. at 10 o'clock a. m., for thn r
purpose of conhldcrlnij. voting upon, ac- IV tl'1
rcptlng or rejecting a proposition that fc -J j
Co umbus Consolidated Mlhlmr company ? ' 'i S
sell and dispose of all of Us mining ' ' i
claim.-. mlmV rights, franchises? real ., :'-f',lf
and personal property, and all other Ji:
property and rights of every name, na- V lU
lure or description owned by it. to Wa
satch Mlnea company, a corporation, for .'
and In consideration of tho assumption
b' Wasatch Mines company of the debts h '
and obligations now owing by Columbus l- 1
Consolidated Mining company, and of tha '- '!
further consideration of tho Issuance to
Columbus Consolidated Mining company
of 160.000 ehnres of the capital stock of - f' '
Wasatch Mines company, such stock x ' I
when received to bo ratably distributed ,''
among the stockholders of record of Co- i
Jumbus Consolidated Mining company I ; "
as a stock dividend. A proposal will also
be suhmltted to the stockholders at the I , ,'
meeting hereby called that when uch ) (
rtock la so received and distributed '.
among Its stockholders. Columbus Con- i.
solldated Mining company proceed to dls- f
eolve na a corporation. i
The stock transfer books for tho trans- 1 ,
fer of stock will be closed at thc cloni :
of business on February C7. 1313. and
remain closed until the final adjourn- :. ' -
rnent of the meeting called by this notice. I I
A. H. COWTE. President. II , ,
V.. O. WILLIAMS. Secretary. ol40S I 5
NOTICE OF SPECIAL. STOCKHOLD. :- '' k
ERS MEETING. i '( .
Salt Lake Qty, Utah. February 10. 101S ;L
To the Stockholders of Suparlor-Alta "H,
Mining Company: 1.
Notice lc hereby clvon that a special j . .
meeting of tho stockholders of the Bu- V 1
perlor-Alta Mining company, a corpo- I' ;
ration, is htrcby called for and will be !r '
held at the principal office of the com- i
nany at room 722 Judge building. In Salt
Lake City Utah, on Friday. February r
2S. 1013, at 10 o'clock a. m., for tho pur- f
foso of considering, voting upon, accept- 'j ;
ng or rejecting a proposition that Supe-rlor-AIta
Mining company sell and dls- 1
pose af all of Its mining claims, mining 1
rights, franchises, real and personal r
property, and all other property and I .
rlghta of flverj' narao. nature or descrlp-
tJon owned by It. to Wasatch Mines com- '
pany. a corporation, for and ln consld- (
eratlon of the assumption by 'Wasatch !
Mines company of tho debts and obliga
tions now owln by Superlor-AIta Mln- i
Inj? company, and of the further con- .f ,
skleratlon of the issuance to Superior ' :
Alta Mining company of 40.000 shares of
the capital stock of "Wasatch Mines com
pany. Huch stock when received to be
ratably distributed among the stock- I
holders of record of Superlor-AIta Mln- :
lng company as a stock dividend. A pro
posal will also bo submitted to tho stock
holders at tho meeting hcrebv called
that when such stock In so received nnd
distributed among Its stockholders Su- I
perlor-Alta. Mining company proceed to
dissolve on a corporation. r
The stock transfer books for tho trans
fer of Btock will be closed at tho close
of business on February 27, 1313, and ro
maln closed until the final adjournment I
of the meeting called by this notlco. j'
LEWIS A. JEFFS, Prosldent. I
C. H. GIBBS. Secretary. oH06
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THID j-
United States for tho District of Utah.
United 8tates of America, complain- j!
ant. vs. the Union Paclllc Railroad
company: the Oregon Short Line Rail- '
road company: tho Oregon Railroad
and Navigation company: tho San ,
, Pedro. Los Angeles & Salt Lako Rail- j
road company: the Atchison. Topeka
& Santa Fo Railroad company: the
Southern Pacific company: Northern
Pacific Railway company: Great North- t
em Railway company: tho Farmers
Lonn & Trust company: Jacob H.
Schlff: Otto H. ICahn: James Stlllman: i!
Henry C. Frlck: William A. Clark and P
Robert S. Lovett as trustee, defend- ft
Purauant to an order of the United
States district court for tho district of tt
Utah, made ln tho above entitled cause, J
notlco s hereby given that a plan for '
tho disposition of the stock of the South
ern Pacific company owned by defend- )
ants Union Pacific Railroad company and J
Oregon Short Llpe Railroad company,
which Plan also provides for the salo to ;j
the Union Pacific Railroad company by
tho Southern Pacific company of tho
stock owned by It In the Central Paclllc
Railway company and the cancellation j
of the lease of the Central Pacific Rail- f
way to the- Southern Pacific company and '
other matters, and a copy of an agree- : '
metit embodying the details of said plan -duly
executed by thc parties thereto and
a petition for the approval of said plan. i.
have been filed with the clerk of the said
court at Salt Lake City. Utah, and that
tjie mitter has been 6et oown for hear
ing on written points before the said
court ln the court room of tho United f
States circuit court of appeals at St. i
Louis, Missouri, at lo o'clock a. m. on !i
thc 54th day of February. 1913. J
UNION PACIFIC RAILROAD COM
PANY. OREGON SHORT LINE RAILROAD
By A. Li. Mohler. President. '
Salt Lake City, Utah, February 12th. j
NOTICE OF BOND 3ALE.
Sealed bldv will be received by .
the board of directors of Blue Bench i
Irrigation District No. 1 of Wasatch coun- u
ty, state of Utah, at the office of said dls-
trlct at Dncheano, (formerly Theodore).
Utah, up to and until tho 5th day of .
March. A. D. 1913, at 2 o'clock p. m.. for H
bonds of said district to the amount of 1
one hundred twenty-five thousand (5125.- j, H
000.00) dollars, or any portion thereof.
Said bonds vrtll bo ln denominations of 1
one hundred ($100.00) dollars and i H
(v hundred (J500.00) dollars each. Said
bonds to run from ten (10) to twenty (20)
years, and to be payable as provided by
section 15 nf chapter 7-1 of the Session
Laws of Utah. 1000, as amended by
chapter B3 of the Session Lawn of Utah.
1911, and to bear Interest at the rate of
bIx (3) per cent per annum, payable
semi-annually on tho first day of June f
and December of each year. Principal r
and interest to bo paid at the office of
the county treaaurer of Wasatch county.
state of Utah. No bid will be accepted
at less than nlnety-flvo (85) per cent of
tho face value of the bonds bid for. The f
board of directors reserve tho right to re- I
Jcct any and all bids. ;
AH bids must be addressed to John R. i
Wilson, secretary of Blue Bench Irrlga-
tlon District No. 1, Duchosne, Waaatch
county. Utah. pj
Dated at Duchesne (formerly Theodore). ;,;
Utah, this 6th day of February. A. D. '
1913. J. S. BIRCH.
C. W. BROWN,
J. R. LEWIS, .
Attest: Board of Directors. 1 SpJ
J. R. WILSON. Secrotar". ol337 f f
Notice is hereby given that there ;
will be a opeclal meeting of tha .
stockholders of Utah Savings & Trust y HJ
company at the banktn? houso of said '
company, No. 235 South Main otroct. Salt t.
Lake City. Utah, upon the 4th day of 1
March. 191. at 4 o'clock p. m., for the L
purpose of considering amending Hectlon f
VIII, article 1, of its Artlcios of Incorpor- f. Hl
atlon. to read as follows: '
"VIII. That the capital stock of this i
corporation shall be two hundred thou- v.
sand ($200,000.00)) dollars, divided Into 7
two thousand (2,000) shares, of one hun-
dred ($100,00) dollars each." I
ol073 N. G. HALL. Secretary.
Notice is hereby given that there will
b a special meeting of the stockholdera
of Utah Savings & Trust company at I
the banking house of said company. No. f
235 South Main street. Salt Lake City. i
Utalu upon tlie 5th day of March. 1913, at u
4 o'cloclc p. tn- for the purpose of cop-
slderjnr the Increasing of the capital 1
stock of said company to three hundred I ApH
thousand (J300.000.00) dollars, divided
Into three thousand (3.000) shares of on t
hundred (7100.00) dollars each. (
ol07? N. G. HALL. Secretary
Tho Wants are effectual in renting. Bvfl
securisR roomers or hoarders, petting nVA
work, buyinK, selling, exchanjrine, en- , '
affinc servants, realislns casa for J
bousecold roods, restoring loet articles
3nd in many other wars. VJ