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jflLggg. THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 18, 1913. ' 11 ji
(STREET TRADERS ARE
the Dullest Day on Change in Four
Months; No Pressure to -Sell,
SnSt Nov. 17. Stocks were
TeS dull, In fact, the dullest
' months, and this on a Mon
L were dlsmisted. There was
therefore It was useless to
hruZs were not firm enough,
it professional operator on
Ij'were lower In London, but
ftntW without significance.
L7or forclpn account did not
rVres In the first two hours,
iur period Now Haven com
Sjtlon, advancing from 7dJ to
SSan running, quotations. It
fi start as the stock slipped
illness, retaining, however.
1-at if points. It ia under-fine-
arrangemeni.s had been
it&t will enablo the com
ro Uie $4,000,000 notes duo
? should the supremo court
ir decision beforo that date,
ftftse It became lenown that
C Iiad referred tho case to
of the- supreme court.
Uilitttlon stock fell li points
Sreek and dropped 20 points
Vu Tho shares sold at 120
rtSii year. There has never
tWket for thc stock, al
fcrs were rocommendlnr the
fetors a few months ago. An
Warding today's sharp
ncfPrcsIdent McKlnnon road.
Ml largo part of our assets
In real estate, which In the
Hut In a little slow." This
Ktnont when It was remom-
I ID ill
jjfttic Quoted at $15.25
KSO; Lead and Spel-
Bti&tro.) ...... ,$15. 2515.50
"K0Bk. J."oVc 17. Lead, quiet;
" jV; London, 19,
Swt, T5.20jT 5.30; London, 20
(VjKircik. standard spot and fu
(juotKl; electrolytic. $15.25(3'
amt 116.50; casting, $15.0015.25.
ifi spot ami November, $30 75
eunber, ?3&.50QH0.00; January,
Erdull; Cookson's, $7. CO.
HKt; No. 1 northern, $1G.00(5
lpEl northern, J15.nOglG.OO; No.
raLKfflSD; No. 1 southern
BHrkets closed as follows:
faBjtfit; spot, 07 Ids; futures,
Vi.ipot, 1S0; futures 1S1 5s.
jHVKknd warrants, Ss lOjd.
SWHbgStock Lis fc.
K I Stlei HlKliLorr I Cli.
fcairr ...!!! ""200 sox'so; fo
. 200 43
V , 37Vi
400 21 20V; 20vi
Bc ......T .. . ..... 93
HK- 3,2oo lis" iisvi us',;
kE-0" ' too zi" 'siri "33
HT 300 S2i 82 0-
ilK7 mce vermin
5 B'1 ,
i'KSK Exthi 01 Trade. Now
mKLPVtt at?T,lta-Pa Cotton
bercd that it is the business of thin
company to deal In assets that others
were unable to market. n ra
,iJ?,eh Va,ey moved erratically. Liqui
dation appears to bo sUU under wav
Sl(alnE ,h6 assurances of ofnl
S'a' q 11 the present dividend rate ap
b '", n danger. American
off3 a,ph, & TelePhone was unfavorably,
, cd y reports from Washington ot
tlon. actIvltleB agalnat the corpora-
Copper Shares Steady.
Steel and Union Paclilc were firm
throughout. Tho copper shares were
steady though neglected. AttemptB to
soil even small amounts of the inactive
stocks brought reactions of 1 to 2 points.
Missouri, Kansas & Texas, preferred lost
Scars-Roebuclc Studebaker and Wells
argo Express were examples.
Bonds were firmer. Now Haven de
bentures rose from 102 to 102 J, at one
timo soiling, at lOSJ. Virginia deferred
6s and certificates advanced from 63 to
5G. American Telephone & Telegraph
convertible 4s were weak, declining to
Mexican news 1b discuBsed in the finan
cial district as a matter of courso. Bro
kers havo given up all attempts to use
tho rumors in influencing stock transac
tions. Investigation of coal rates by tho inter
state commerce commission had a de
pressing effect, particularly among bank
ers. Transactions on the stock exchango
havo decreased to a point where prices
may be influenced 2 or 3 points by a
renewal of liquidation on the one hand
or the sudden springing of favorable
news that might cause the short inter
ests to scurry. Dull markets are in
variably dangerous for tho bears.
Erie 700 25H 26H 26H
do let pta 40H
Jo 2nd pM 33
Gen Electric 130V4
Orcst Nor pfd lyjj
Great Nor Ore Clfs 32
III Central , io3i
Inter Met 14'
do pfd , 400 B8i ES4 5SW
Intor Harvester ,,, 102
Inter Murltio pfd 13l
Inter Papor 7
Inter Pump B
K C So 24
Laclede Gas 95
Kelilnh Val l.ico 14S 143 14C
Lou fc Nash 1S0U
Minn St T & S St M 12G
Mo JC & Tex 13
Mo Pacific 3.400 2oU 25'A 25H
Nat Biscuit IIS
Nat Lead 43
Nat Rr Mer !d pfd 200 12 12 1314
N Y Central 400 85 H 95 03H
N Y Ont Sz West 25
Norf & West 102
Nor American 71
Nor Pacific 200 107 10CH 1M
Pacific Mall 300 24 23ft 23y,
Pennsylvania 1.C00 105T4 103 100
Peoplo'a Goa 700 120 119 110
Pitts C C & St Lon 8214
Pittn Coal 18
Prcrccd Steel Car 24
Pullman Pal Car 152
Heading 17,700 160 155y4 1WT4
Uepub I & B 18
do pfd 70
Hock IM Co COO 14 14 14
do pfd 400 23 22 23
St Lou & S F 2d pfd 3
Sea Air Lino 18
do pfd 44
Sloss Shot S I 27
So Paclilc 2.300 SC SG 80
Southern Rr CM SH4 21ft 21
do pfd 700 73 74T4
Tcnn Cop 2S
Tex & Pacific 13
Union Pacific 12.005 150 150 150
do pfd 200 81 81 81
U S Rcaltr M
U S Rubber COO 55 54 G3
U S Stcol 25,900 51? C3U 55
do pfd COO 103 104 104TA
Utah Cop , 600 40 48 48
Vo Carolina Chum 27y
do pfd 10
Western Md !5
Western Union 300 62 CZ 62
Weitinc Electric Cl
Wheel & Lako Erin 4
Total Fale for tho day. 118,900 shares.
New York Bonds.
U S ref 2 rec 07 Japan 4a 88
do 2s coup 97 K C So ref En M
do 3a reK 102 L S deb 4s 1S31 .... 30
do ..s coup 102 Lou fc Nosh Un ,4a . 02
do 4k res 110 Mo IC & T Ut 4fl .. 39
do 4a coup 310 do gen 4n ..... 82
Pnna 3r coup 09 Mo Factflo 65
Allla-Chal lit Ea .. 60 do conv 5 ....i.. 78
Amor AktI 6s 9fl Not Mox 4 .... 80
Am T & T cv 4s ... 1)3 NYC ccn 38 ... 0
Am Tob Cs 115 do deb 4s 30
Armour & Co 4a .. 50 Nor Pacldo 4a .... 03
Atchlaon rcn 4o ... 92 do 8s 65
Dalt & Ohio U .. .. 50 O S L rfdg 4a . . 80
do 3s .: MTo Readlnc jjen 4s .... 93
Chosa k. Ohio 4i9 . 01 St Lou & S P fr R. 70
do conv 4a .,.79 do gen Eg 66
Chi b. Alt 3s 53Td So Pacific col a ... 00
C B Q Joint 4s ... 03T4 5o cr 4s 81
do gen 4b 90 S P R R 1st ref is 90
D & R G ref 5s .. .60 Un Pacific 4i .... 04
Dlist Es 60 do cv 4s 90
111 Cent lot ref 4s .. 8S do Jut rof 4s . . .. .11
Int Met 4s 74 U S S 2d Es 99
Int M M 4s E9 Wab lot ext 4 .... 48
NEW YORK, Nov. 17. Call monoy. 2J
3 "per cent: ruling rate, 31 per cent;
closing bid. 33? per cent.
Time loans, firm: sixty and ninety
days, C per cent; six months, 4io per
Ceprime mercantile paper. 5iG per cent.
Sterling exchange, firm; sixty day3,
SJ.S1. demand, ?.85.-i0.
Commercial bills, .80i.
Bar silver," 59c.
Mexican dollars, 46c.
Government bonds, steady; railroad
CHICAGO, Nov 17. HpRS Receipts.
4S.000: weak and 10c lower; bulk $7.60
7 90- light. $7.40(9)7.90; mixed. 57.40G8.00;
heavy, ?7.308.00; rough, ?7.307,5; pigs,
?5SttIo Receipts, 2C.O00; mostly 10c
lower' beeves, ?G 659.CD; Texas sloerB,
SO 507.60? western. 5.07.80; stockers
and feeders. 5-i.80(S7.60; cows and heif
ers 53,20?T8.10; cfllvos. $G.B010.7G.
Sheep-Rocclpts. 46.000; 20c to 50c low
er: native. ?3.754.75; western, J3.80
?.7B: yearlings. ,51.005.75: lamb, native,
?5.D07.00; western, ?6.500.S.i.
9 40' cows and holfers, 55.857,35: west
ern steers, $6.258.00; Texas . s eers iG.00
(TO7.10: rango cows and heifeis. ?5.f.iKU
7'v1VRcceSts5600: lower; heavy."
7-ki:,ebepRccgtH; ".00oWer; voar
llns"? 55.000.00; wethers, $4.356.7o;
t.' antra P. CITY. Nov. 17. -Hok Re-
roAnm: Jte liwor: bulk. wjJJJi
"iS.' Vnwt S4.2RS'7.00: hclfcrs. 55 o)
l?n7o?,stockof 'Sndfeeilo. 0;
bull. $4.7B7.00: cftlvn5,0$6'B?S "iSwer;
wethers, tf.S0gB.2S; owes. ?4.00G4.75.
Flax, Oats and Eye. .
' MINNEAPOLIS, Nov. 17.-Flour ntd
No. 3 yellow corn, fiCOP-
No. 3 white oats. 3lfiW9C.
No. S r.ve, n;i54c.
Vlnx seed. $1.3501.38-,
MHKET FOR WHEAT "
Favorable News From Argen
tina .Causes Reaction After
CHICAGO, Nov. 17. Late favorable
news from Argentina eased wheat today
after an early upturn, tho market clos
ing Irregular, a shade up to jtlc net
lower; covering by shorts firmed corn,
the close showing a not gain of 1c to Ic;
oats, helped by corn, showed a net rise
of a shade to i4c; provisions, on good
buying, finished unchanged to 171c
Prompt check to a strong "bull tond
enuy in wheat came on roports from Ar
gentina that rains, in tho northern part
Y . u courtry. wore ceasing. Fears
tnnt tho near-at-hand harvest would be
great y handicapped were allayed, and,
In addition to tho easing thus given,
prices wero lowered becauso of liberal
selling by Influential houses, which put
ong lines on wlieat on tho market at at
tractive early bulge. The opening strength
Tsas caused not only by the fears of rain
, ,J .moro va3 not noeded, but ly lack
or it in the south, whore drouth was
causing as much alarm as the west In
the opposite part of tho republic, A
largo Increase In the visible supply fur
ther Increased tho bcar sentiment fostered
"y to late South American advices.
Shorts wero scared by prospects of de
layed marketing of now corn, tholr fears
being based on a forecast of unsettled
weather for nearly the entire country.
J. no i forocust led to covering that gavo
backbone to tho market, though oata
hardened with corn, business was only
One of tho largest western Bhorts was
c., My?r of Provisions and this firmed
tho list in splto of a decline at the
UANGB OF Tim LEADING FUTURES.
Whoat ODen. Hlfib. Low. Cloa.
Pt 8CTi S7H 8611 8CH
M?7 91 92 91K 91M
? 71Ti 72li 71U 71H
Mort-'VA 72 71U 71
Pc W.i 3S14 38K S8'i
Mfly 4ITi 42T4 42H K
Wheat No. 2 red, 9fl09SiSe: Ko. S rel, S2
85c; No. 2 hard, 88flS0c; No, 3 hard, 783c; No.
2 norlhem, SSl4C?8314c; No. 3 northern. S60B7Wc,
No. 2 ajirlng. S7087i4c; No. 3 Bprlnp, S5?Sfii4o.
Corn No. 2, 73:)i71o; No. 2 -tvhlto. 7471Ue;
u?. CH0W- WttWlc; No. 3. 73W74c; No.
3 whllo, 7374Uc: No. 3 yellow. 73?i7c; No.
3 now, 6OVS0; No. 3 white, new, 9J63c: No. 3
yellow, new, 70c.
OaU No. 3, 40V4c; No. 2 whlto. 42Vo: No. 3
white. 40V440ic; etandard, 41iiJlIc.
Hye No, 2, nominal.
Clover ill. 00O12.35.
Wew Tork Produce.
NEW' YORK, Nov. 17. Flour, steady;
spring patents $'i.35S4.66; winter
straights, $4.10g4.20; winter patents,
?4.40SH.G0; spring clears, $4.004.20; ex
tra No. 1 winter, $3.C553.75; extra No. 2
winter, ?3.3533.50; ICansas straights,
Wheat, spot, firm; No. 2 red, 97Sc nom
inal, e. 1. f. New York, export basis, and
09c f. o- b. afloat; No. 1 northern Duluth,
OGi f. o. b. atloat. Futures were firm
early on the cables and Argentina news,
and on firmness In Winnipeg, but lost
part of the advance under profit-taking
on the increase in the visible. December,
OGJc; Mn.y, 03 5-lGc.
Hops, steady; srato, common to choice,
1013, 40ipi48c; 1912, 20525c, Pacific coast,
1913, 25030c; 1913. 2552Sc.
Hides, easy; Bogota, 301311c; Central
Petroleum, steady; refined, New York,
bulk, $5.25; barrels, $8.75; cases, $11.25.
Wool, steady; domestic fleece, XX Ohio.
Rosin, steady; strained, common to
NEW YORK, Nov. 17. Evaporated ap
ples, qulot but steady; fancy, 10llic;
choice. 801c; prime. 7Bc.
Prunes, firm; California, 412c; Ore
ApricotH. steady; choice, 13c; extra
choice, 14c; fancy, 14iJ)15c.
Peaches, steady; cholco, 6iG5c; extra
choice, G2(5)7c: fancy, 7373c,
Raisins, quiet; looso muscatels, 5tfPGc;
choice to fancy seeded, CS7Sc: seedless,
4SGJc; London layers, $1.201.10.
NEW YORK, Nov. 17. Coffee was
weak today, owing to European cables
and reports that Brazil was still pressing
sales. Tho opening was steady, at a de
cline of 8 points to 15 points. Active
months sold to a net loss of 21 points to
25 points, most months making now low
ground for tho movement. Tho close was
steady at 20 points to 25 points net low
er. Sales, 96,000 bagB.
December, 9.14c; January, 9.27c; March,
9.53c; May, 9.7Gc; July, 9,90c, September,
Spot, unsettled: Rio No. 7, 9Bc; Santos
No. 4, 128c; mild, quiet; Cordova, 13J
Birmingham, Ala. P. L. Willie
suffered, greatly from asthma and bron
chitis. He writes: "I Ot no Toi0f
until I took Foley's Honey and Tar
Compound. It entirely romoved those
choking sensations, and never failed to
produce an easy and comfortable con
dition of the throat and lungs."
Schramm-Johnson, Drugs, "Tho Nover
Substitutors." Five (C) Good Stores.
The Cotton Market.
NEW YORK, Nov. 17. Cotton, closed
steady at a net loss of 3 pointB to 7 points
on near months and 15 points to 17 points
on later deliveries.
ELGIN, III., Nov. 17. Butler, firm; 32c,
Saved HiB Foot.
H. D. Ely of Bantam, O,. suffered
from horrible ulcer on his foot for four
roars. Doctor advised amputation, but
ho refused aud rolnctantly tried Buck
Ion's Arnica Salve as a last resort. Ho
thon wroto: "I used your salve and
my foot was coon completely cured."
Best remedy for burns, cuts, bruisos and
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All druggists or by mail, If. E. Buck
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