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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, SATURDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 4, 1913. I
a street dealings
I LARGELY PROFESSIONAL
J)er Prices the Rule in London and Downward
SJm:- Impe.tus Given to Sales on
) BROAD AN WALL,
itfonal Newa Service
1RIT Oct. 3. Stocks wwe dull
todA closing around the low
. dy. Dealings were, furtlier
a the business largply profes
aWfr prices ruled In London
rd impetus was Riven by
foreign account. Steel led in
etlvlty and from the opening
the common fe" to 68- A1?
ihort covering which appeared
to Ume. little support was .ip
ra wore frean rumors of cuts
cea for steel products. Al
flrm tono was maintained In
metal, the BhareB were heavy.
td and Utili lost more than
ich nnd Anaconda about tho
lies for Europe. Thcro was a
ron In Dolaware, Lackawanna
Lehigh Valley and R?a.iln?
jnt each. Thore was a strong
lion Pacific, although trading
j much restricted,
rlcan Lo-!omotlvo issues wero
the sha.-o attack directed
manngoinent of the company,
al Paper preferred felt tho cf
j new tariff and showed It by
no md one-half points. Sonti
ne deprcied as the day wore
reaction oxtended throughout
tho final dealings.
returns for the month of Au
ued to Do unlvorsally bad. SU
i a gross decrease for the
:0,000, hnd a net loss of Sl,
I Nortlicrn Pacific showed a
net of J210.000.
p5 STEADY 111
n. -mH'l 1 1 1 K : 1 M-H-W-H-K"-
..jer (electro) 516.S7& A-
d, New Tork J4.50G4.fi5 r
B sliver GISc 4-
ei In London. . .. .......28 7-16d-j
OKr TORK, Oct. 3. Lead Quiet:
mU'y, London. 20 7s Cd.
'ttr Easy; $5.50G.60; London, 20
;Kper Steady; standard spot to De
m. J1U5 offered; electrolytic, 516.87;
't!JlT.0O; casting, S16.G25P1G.75.
h-WMk; spot, J40.5O41.OO: October,
flO.'S, November and December,
loony Dull; Cook-son's, S8.30.
j-Qulet and unchanged,
plou markots closed as follows:
jgrnsy; spot, 73 15s; futures,
H-Weak; spot, 1S6 5s; futures,
jfr-GtToland warrants, E4s 4 Id.
' Closing Stock List.
I Sle6.H)glilLow Cln.
Efr 21.J00 7C'i 7514 76-i
MO 5H Ui
Pl Sajtr u j
P3 0,600 3C4 53 33'i
gf t Fouadrj ... 00 H'A HV, 4H
t Oil 4l
E ...... 23
M00 31Vi :9 30ii
J!lt Kef 1.200 CG& C5 6
w nt , no
Ld . Tel 700 i:s 12J 12S
W , 236lj
j Mia Co 2,;oO 37",J S6',4 36i
' 1.100 3ITi Oils 81
Cenu Un COO 120 120 120 '
uP, 9 .
'JJ "r 700 SD Sli 83H
6,A" MOO 233 2J1H
. wtiatr , , ,
5l B 1.C00 103H 10114 lOIW
.N w 12SH
' 200 20-i 20H 23
7?v,tu 00 10H 104 10!i
L,u 1M 1914 VJ'4 IS
' 100 33 33 S2
7 500 J5 144
5(00 2914 20 29
200 1CU 48 C
V M 12714 12C14 12CU
R1 200 111 111 11014
Pl i,2frD lcii ia icii
SKV"-.:::::::: : l
....:00 s" I S
'(.' 1.400 2IH 24 24
v'v 400 lS6i 1SG 150
L" S SI M 133
En',t 500 31; 21H 211i
CiV.: 600 50 zr-'tVit
Ml h.mcmi t . IJVl
200 5 13 45
a 200 1414 H!4 UV
lxvv:: :-M0 55,i ssu S5
Ejjj, 1.100 11211 ni'-i 11114
tUPaL "2'i "2?i
.. T: !:5?1 !ntt
;" 29.500 167J4 156V4 1'
t' 3 1.000 2 1 20U 20U
tm Co' 2? iJ
I , HV
3.400 SOU 0014 SOU
300 23U 224 22U
&:::;:: 600 32Vi M s,.
Ktiii, ' "li
tKlt 20.5M 15S 157" 16S4
600 8415 S 834
Cd 1.200 C314 14 C3
)T 6O.4C-0 60 CSU W
tei" 600 IPS 107i 107T4
chim':.:::::;:; ..::8. MW gH
1 to 1014
SU":: 1,co 40 88 Sit
BtEKLV TRADE REVIEW.
JBfy Progress in BuBtness In Most
t K0XiK' ct- 3. Dun's Review
BPtoMa ln most dnnrtmcnt3 cn"
VBre hi?5,8iPatlMfactory progress, one
f KtlPB tlio Increasing disposlUon
I m numerous lines and wldo-
I tntU?1 ot 0 countrj' to an-
l'PeoMiH?rtal.nty haG toon expressed
IB tSr!?.n8 la eootlona of tho south
IBUv: 011 cfP lD reported to bavo
(itffit "ected, )ut tho high
VIaT, 11,0 staple l now selling
IHt to?ii "moved apprehension,
eron? i,nH Pfwall in dlsJrictK
KCU"J'C'1 froni brought.
S.r0 commercial and ln
SHSaV42a? J"iVo been retarded
Wn&J'nty. tha final oettle
IK ettcour&se.fl ruftrohants and
r?re nnn n.L .onls moved to new low
toM,V i3th tho 48 ,lnd the 2s declined
nf i,f f ?n,l , cx,chasa at a dcclln?
rLlirtL iVOynU nnr;1 '"oral blocks arc
ri l0, .iV10,'3 foU 10 a now low roc
ord for this issue.
The increase in the Kngllsh bank rate
appears to liavo mtsottled foreign money
markets gonprally, and the report of the
1? cr.cd,t bunIt of Bombay
R.i? additional natlvo Indian banking
Institutions added to tho uneasiness. A
sharp drop of six points in tho Brazilian
.A"'. r?centlv boated In London. Is at
tributed to tho low prices now ruling for
rubber British consols, French rentes
and, aorman Imperial 3s all showed de
clining tendencies on rumors of contem
plated heavy borrowing by various co
Interest in Bank Statement.
In our own markot call monov re
newed at 3 per cent. Much Interest Is
takon In tomorrow's bank statement, and
preliminary figures lndicato a cash gain
of sorno 52,000.000. Currency receipts
from the Interior have Just about bal
anced losses to tho sub-treasury
With the tariff bill a law, it Is predict
ed that general business will rapldlv ad
just Itself to now conditions while the
financial dlHtrlct concentrates Its doubts
and fears on currency legislation. Wall
stroot Is without active speculative lead
ership. Hankers aro not disposed to en
courage operations, tho public Is indiffer
ent, and the professional trader shifts
from ono sldo of tho market to tho other
ln a vain effort to find a tendency. Union
Paclflo Is strong.
manufacturers, and operations aro on a
steadily broadening scale.
"Failures this wook numbered 254,
against 302 last year, and G3 ln Canada,
compared with 2 a year ago."
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Bradstrcct's will
"Improved collections, easier money and
enlarged distributive trade aro pre
eminent figures ln this week's reports.
Wearing apparel reflects most activity
and returns Indicate that requests for
prompt shipment arc general, suggesting
that stocks are still light. Moreover, the
consensus Is that trado Is ahead of this
tlmo last year, when a considerable de
gree of progress was noted.
"It Is true that far future business
is subordinated to Immediate wants, but
the former also appears to bo growing.
"Business failures for tho week wcro
230, which compares with 2GS ln 1912.
"Wheat, Including flour, exports from
tho United States and Canada for tho
week aggregate G.213,531 bushols, against
4,919,030 bushels last year."
Bradstroet's Bank Clearings.
NEW YORK. Oct. 3. Brailstreot's Banlc .Clear
ings Report for tho rek endlnff October 2 Hbom
tn nggrtffoto or J3.4O7.542.0OO as against $3,093,
019,000 lait -week and J4,n6,S73,000 ln tho corre
sponding neek Ual year.
List ot cities:
, Inc. Dec
New York J2,OC!;,DS4(000 .... 23.4
Chicago 31,549,000 2.8 ....
Doston 1C2.993.00O .... 17.4
rillledelnhla 179,149.000 .... 2.1
St. Loula S0.302.0W 7.5 ....
rittsburE E9.4DS.0M .... K.l
Kansas Cltr 6S.C42,000 7-1
San Fnincleco 65,024.000 .... S.2
Raltlmoro 40,124.000 .... S.l
Cincinnati 23.792,000 .... 11.1
Minneapolis 30,003,000 10. 6 ....
Lib Angelr-i 19.354. 000 .... 1S.1
Clovolnnd 23.CCO.000 G.9 ....
Detroit 25,234,000 16.S ....
New Orleans 19,132,000 3.3
Omah. , 18.946.000 9,8 ....
Louisville- 13. 813. W0 .... IS.
Mlliwiunco H. SSI. 000 1.0 ....
Seattle , 13,583,000 10,S ....
Portland. Or. 13.331,000 12.8
SI. Paul 11.7S0.000 11.8
Denver 9.301.000 .... 3.1
'Indianapolis S.449.0CO 10.0
SALT LAKE CITY C.377.000 6.0
Columbus fi.7O0.O00 .8
Toledo 6,320.000 6.8
Duluth 7.M0.0OO 17. S
Des .Molnea ,. 6,322,000 .1 ....
Spokane 4,312,000 10.3 ....
Taromi 2.681,000 S.3 ....
OnkUnd .. 3,938,000 .... 8.4
I'erlo 3,890,000 9.1
San Dleso 3.834,000 .... 21,1
Dayton 2.741.0CO 30.4
Sacrnmouto 2,435,000 4.0 ....
Cedar Rapids 1.PSS.000
Waterloo I.MS.000 .... 8.3
SprhiBlIeld. Ill 1.047.000 .... 15.3
Wnublncton 7.635.000 .6 ....
St. Jotcph 7.219,000 7.7 ....
Lincoln 1.S70.000 10.1 ....
TopcfcA 1,157.000 12. i ....
WtchlU 3.470.00O .6
Sioux Cllr 3.778,000 10.0 ....
Qulncy. HI 762,000 9.2
Bloamlnglon, 111 025,000 .... 25.3
Ogdcn. Utah 7I2.C-00 6.1
Docatur. Ill 451.00ft 10-6
Jockionvllle. Ill 330,000 8.7
Now York BondB.
U S ref 2c ren; JS IC O So rof 6s 96"$,
do 2s coup 9S L 5 dob 4s 1931 91
do 3s rcg 102i I'OU & Nnsli t?n 4s. 23i
do 3s coup ...l02'.lMo K i: Tnx 1st 4s. 90
do 4s res ..109 do Ren 4is M',4
do 4s coup 109 -Mo Pao 4 6CH
Tana 3 coup S91 do conr 5s 81
Allls-Chnl 1st ts... 50 Kt Rr Mcx 4n .. 63
Am Agrl ts 99i? Y C Ken 3s .... S3
Am T & T ov 4s. ..101 do deb 4s P0U
Am Tob C 116 Nor Tao 4s 9j
Armour & Co 4'.4a . 91 Jo 5 f
Atchison geo 4s. .. nmO S L rfdc Mi
Bill tc O 4s 924Roadlng ten 4a .... 9S'.
do aig 90K 3t Lou t E F fs 4s. 70U
Chosx'& O 4r.... 05 do gen 8s 63
do conv 4H SOU So Pao col 4s 91W
Oil A All 3Ho " do cv 4s ......... S7H
O U & Q Joint 4s. . OIKS P R K 1"
do gen 4s MU Un Pao 4 M l
P &. R C ref Ts..- 73 do cv 4r 92 W
111 Cent Int rot 4. 90 do 1st rf 4s .... P.Ji
Int Met 4H 77H U 8 S fl is ito
Int M M tUs 6t Wab lat cJtt 4i .... 60U
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Primo mercantile
paper. 635j"6 per cent.
Sterling exchnnge, steady; 54..S2 for six
ty days; 5l.SG.05 for demand.
Commercial bills. S4.S1.65.
Bar silver. Glfic
Mexican dollars, 4iC
Government bonds, weak.
Railroad bonds, easy.
Money on call, firm: 233 per cent; rul
ing rate, 3 per cent: closing. 225?3 per
CCTfmo loans, easier: sixty days. 4i
par cent; ninety days, 43fi5 Per cent; six
months, Al per celt.
Coffoo Futures Steady.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. I-owcr European
cables and full Brazilian receipts caused
an opening decline of G to 13 points ln
tha coffee market today, but prices soon
rallied on bullish Brazilian news and re
newed bull support. There was active
demand ln late trading, with tho close
firm 18 to 23 polnt net higher. Octo
ber' 9.S3c; Dccombor, 10.03 c: January,
10 15c; March, 10.39o: May. lO.GSo; July.
10.78c: Septomber. 10.S3c
Snot steady: Rio No. 7, 10lc; e-antos
No 1 12Bc. Mild, nulot; Cordo-a. 13
NEW TORK, Oct. 3, Evaporated ap
ples, ilrm. , .
Prunes, Quiet but firm.
Apricots and peachos. quiet,
Loudon Wool Salos.
XiONDON, OcL 3. Tho offerings at
tho wool auction paleo today amounted
to 14.122 bales. Ridding was active .and
prices firm. 1
NEW YORK. Oct. 3. Cotton closed j
barely steady. 10 to 20 points lower.
EFFECT OF. TARIFF
Wheat Prices Make No Re
sponse to Fact That Bill
CiriCAGO, Oct 3. Wheat prices today
miJS n. reHnon"o to tho fact that tho
tariff bill was awaiting: tho signature of
tho president. Traders gcnorally con
sidered the effect of the legislation had
been fully discounted pending develop
ments as to tho course to -be taken by
Canada regarding duties against the
United States. Closing prices here were
firm at iifiijc to JJc not decline. Other
leading staples showed similar modest
recessions corn J3c to Be; oats, Jttpic
to ic. and provisions, 2io to 12ic.
Declines ln wheat were mainly duo to
bearish cable news, large northwest re
ceipts and to tho advantageous comple
tion of winter crop soedlng. Argentine
advices that growth conditions were
practically normal with Increased acre
age, had a distinctly bearish Influence
owing to previous reports of drouth. The
dry area, moreovor, was said today to
Gonerous commission support for wheat
appeared when tho market had under
gone a fair setback. Seaboard clearances
were large and a bull leader at Minne
apolis moro definitely predlctod a falling
off In receipts next week. Rallying
power, however, wafl restricted by the
slackness of cash demand.
Fine weather .and the fact that ship
ping call was poor sent corn lower with
wheat. Resides, thcro woro enlarged es
timates of tho Argentine export surplus.
Short3 were the best buyora.
Halos of Canadian oats at Toledo and
Minneapolis carried down tho price of
tho cereal here. Canadian shipments to
this elty wcro offered at tho Chicago
December price, c. 1. f. duty paid.
IIANOE OF THD LEADING FUTUItES.
Wheat Open. Hlch. Loir. Closo.
P,pC S7H S7H S7 37H
Mr 934 , S3K 92 92H
ne 70 70 C9K 69U
JIr 71W 71' 71 7HI
Julr 71 71 70S 70V4
Doa 4IH 43 41K 45
May 42JJ 45H 447i 45tf
"Wheat No. 2 rod. 9J39c; No. 3 red. 9ia92c;
No. 2 hard. S6!i0$7o; No. 3 hard. S5Sc; No. 2
northorn, S!0S9e; No. 3 northorn, SGSS'We; No.
2 spring, BSftSJo; No. 3 spring, S4VtS7',4c; velvet
chaff. S4ffS7i4c: durum. S0S7c.
Com No 2, 71U271c; No. 2 whlto. 71?io;
No. 2 yellow. 71?r72c; No. 3. 70iG71Uc: No. 3
white, 71371c: No. 3 yolloTr, 71'.iJ71?;c
Oatu No. 2 whlto. 42o: No. 3, 40i4o; No. 3
white, 40i42c; standard, 41HJ42a
Ilye No. 2, CG'IC7c.
Timothy J3.7EOJ5. 13.
Clovor J9. 003 12. DO.
CHICAGO, Oct. 3. Butter Unchanged.
Eggs Receipts, 489S cases; unchanged.
Potatoes Receipts, 65 car3; unchanged.
Now York Produce.
NEW YORK, Oct. 3. Flour barely
Wheat, spot Irregular; No, 2 red, 9oc;
No. 1 northern Duluth, D43c; December,
05 9-16c; May. 99o.
Flax, Oats and Ryo.
MINNEAPOLIS, Oct. 3. Flour, un
changed. Bran. $20.00S21.00.
No. 3 yellow corn, C8G81o.
No. 3 white oats, 3733Sc
No. 3 ryo, 6559o.
SOUTH OMAHA, Oct. 3. Cattle Re
ceipts, 1400; steady. Natlvo steers, $7.76
9.35; cows and heifers. $G.76(g7.50; west
ern steers, 56.25(3)8.25; Texas Bteors. $5.75
7.25; range cows and heifers, $5.50(3)
7.10; calves, ?5.759.75.
Hogs Receipts, 34,000; higher. Heavy,
$8.10(Q)8.25: light, $S.208.40: pigs. SC00
$J'7.50; bulk of sales, SB.15S.25.
Sheep Receipts, 8300; steady. Year
lings, 55.255.76; wethers, ?4.0034.60;
KANSAS CITY, Oct- 3 Hogs Re
ceipts, 3500; steady to weak. Bulk, JS.20
(3)8.50; heavy, JS.S0(5)S.50, packers and
butchers. $S.208.65; lights, $8.00(5)8.50;
Cattle Receipts, 1500; Eteady. Prlmo
fed stoors, $9.0009.55; dretsed beef steers,
JS.OOtff'S.OO; western steers, $5.60S)S60;
southern steers, $G.507.00; cows, $4.25
7.15; heifers, $5.0009.00; stockers and
feeders, $5.5508.10; bulls, $4.5006.60;
Shcop Receipts, 8000; steady to strong.
Lambs, $6.5007.40; yearlings. $5.OO0$6.OO;
wethers, $4.2506.00; owes. $3.G04.60.
CHICAGO. OcL 3. Hogs Receipts,
20,000; best grado steady, others easy at
yesterday's average Bulk, $8.3008.70;
lights, 4S.35 09.OO; mixed, $8.1009.00;
heavy. $S.00J.90; rough, $$.00S.20; pigs,
Cattle Receipts, 3000; steady. Beoves,
$7.1600.40; Texas steers, $6.9007.90: west
ern steers $6.1508.30; stockers ana feed
ers. $5.8007.80; cows and heifers, $3.7G
8.65: cnlves, $7.75011.60.
Shcop Receipts. 14,000: steady to
strong. Native, $3.7504,85: westorn, $3,90
04.90: yearlings, $1.9005.90; lambs na
tive, $5.SO07.4O; weHtern, $5.8007.50.
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I Lv. Salt Lako 2:15 p.m. TWENTY MINUTES EARLIER
I Lv. Ogden 3:25 p.m. THAN OLD TIME.
1 At. Omaha .......... 0:40p.m.
I At. Chicago 11:30 a. m- ONE HOUR AND TWENTY
I Tills makes direct connection with MINUTES EARLIER THAN
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NOTICE OF RECEIVER'S REPORT.
The undersigned will present his peti
tion and report to his honor, Morris L.
Ritchie, for hearing In open court at 10
o'clock a. m. on Saturday. October 4th,
1913, city and county building, Salt Lake
GEORGE E. FORD.
Receiver of Jame3 R. Smith & Sons.
Dated October 2nd. 1913. C213
TO THE MEMBERS OF THE SOCIAL.
Scrvlco Commission of the Episcopal
Church In Utah:
A mooting of the members of the above
commission will be held at -I54 East First
South street on Thursday, October ItHh,
1913, at S p. m., to take the necessary
steps to Incorporate the commission and
to transact such other business as may
lawfully come before tho muetlnsr.
(Signed) W. F. BUL.KELEY.
Dated 10-1-1913. Secretary.
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sition for a short time. I j
Sundays 10 to 12 a. m. Daily 9 a. m. to 8 p. m. I
Salt Lake Medical Institute, jgsouftJ
NOTICE TO COAL DEALERS.
Notice Is hereby given that soaled
bids will bo received by tho undersigned
at the Dcsoret National bank up to 1
o'clock p. m., Wednesday, October 1.
1913 for supplying 1C00 tons, more or
lcsu' of screened mine slack coal to
be "delivered to tho undersigned at such
times and in such quantities as may be
0rAHrCbld3 must state tho kind and qual
ity of coal that It Is proposed to fur
nish and must be addressed to 'Uni
versltv of Utah, Salt uaKe City, Uta.h."
and marked In tho lower left-hand cor
ner "Bids." or such bids can be deliv
ered to tho board of regents .it said
time and place of opening same.
A certified check on sorno bank In Salt
Lako City, Utah, for at least five (5) fjlll
per cent of the amount of the bid must j lj
bo inclosed. Each check is to bo mado II
payable to tho undersigned, and la to I ;
bo forfeited to the undersigned In caso
tho bid is accepted arid tho bidder does Mil t
not enter Into tho contract and bond , ;
within threo days after its acceptance, Ujj p
for the faithful execution of tho contract III
and the bond hereinafter mentioned. glj
A bond must bo furnished for one-hair Hit
the amount of the bid, with good and H I
sufficient sureties, all satisfactory and tMI
acceptablo to the undorslgncd. Nil
Tho undersigned reserves and has th I
right to reject any and all bids, or to mi
accept any bid It may deem best. PIJ
UNIVERSITY OV UTAH. HIS
Bait Lake City. Utah. 8J3I
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