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I g THE OGDEN STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, FRIDAY, JUNE 13, 1913.
111 Low Round Trip
I PACIFIC NORTHWEST
A Los Angeles
Going and returning via Salt Lake Route $40.00
Going via SaJt Lake Route, returning via South-
jj era Pacific 940.00
I Going via Portland (rail or steamer to San Fran
cisco), or vice versa $(58.50
I Going via Portland, thenee rail or steamer,
1 returning via Southern Pacific $58.50
Portland, Ore $40.00
Tacoma, Wash 845.80
' Seattle, Wash $47.50
Spokane, Wash. $40.00
On Sale Daily up to Sept 30.
j Final Return Limit October 31, 1913.
1 Stopovers allowed at all points en route
I SPECIAL EXCURSION TICKETS, bearing an ap.
ii proximate limit of 60 days, will be sold on certain dates,
I at $5.00 less than fares quoted.
Attractive Tours to
I Alaska and Yellowstone Park
LOCAL EXCURSIONS NORTH
, June 21 ; July 3, 5, 19 ; August 2, 16, 30 ; Sept. 13, 27.
H Rates upon application.
I SUNDAY EXCURSIONS to SALT LAKE
! $1.10 Round Trip
jj For further particular, illustrated literature, tickets and reserva-
i tlons, call at or phone
I City Ticket Office, 2514 Washington Ave,
1 PAUL L. BEEMER
City Passenger and Ticket Agent.
New York, June 13. Small and ir
regular changes occurred at the open
ing of the 6tock market today. Some
of the stocks which were prominent In
yesterday's advance reacted on the
first sales. Southern Pacific, Great
Northern. Atchison. St. Paul and Ca
nadian Pacific opened off Canadian
Pacific's decline being 1 5-8. Read
ing was In brisk demand, rising near
ly a point Utah Copper and Can
advanced a point and Louisville one
and a half New Haven reflected last
night's wreck with a decline of two
jj. points to below par.
Weakness of Lehigh Valley, which
I fell 1 1-4. caused moderate selling,
but the market soon developed pro
nounced strength. Covering of shorts
was the chief impelling force. Un
ion Pacific, Reading, Northern Pacific
and the copper stocks Improved one
to one and a half and Can two.
Although the buoyant forward
movement in stocks yesterday was
continued for a time today it was
apparent as the session progressed
that there had not developed a suf
ficiently broad demand to hold the
market steadily on Its course
Outside orders came in freely for
a time as the result of yesterday's
advance, and professional operators
who had overstayed the decline
bought hurriedly. Investment buying
which was the feature of yesterday's
market, was in much smaller amount
and after the most urgent require
ments of the shorts had been filled
the buying diminished.
Gradually the market fell back
again, until by noon the morning's j
rise had been lost Canadian Pacific,
which dropped three points below
yesterday's close, led the decline.
Bonds were strong.
Bear selling let up after standard
stocks had been depressed a half
point below yesterday's closing. Spec
ulation then became stupid and the
list hardened a trifle
NEW Yotf-K STOCK LIST.
Amalgamated Copper 65 7-8
merlcan Beet Sugar 23
American Cotton Oil 35
American Smelting & Refg... 62 3-S
American Sugar Refg 106 1-2
American Tel & Tel ...127 3-8
Anaconda Mining Co 33 1-4
Atchison 95 3-1
Atlantic Coast Line .116 1-4
Baltimore & Ohio 93
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 86 3-1
Canadian Pacific 217 3-S
Chesapeake & Ohio 56
Chicago & Northwestern 126
Chicago, Mil & St. Paul 102 3 8
Colorado Fuel & Iron 26 7-3
Colorado Southern 25 1-1
Delaware & Hudson, bid . ...148
Denver & Rio Grande, bid 15
Erie 23 3-4
General Electric 134 1-8
Great Northern pfd 120 14
Groat Northern Ore Ctfs ... 29
Illinois Central m 3-g
Interborough-Met . , 14 6-8
Interborough-Met pfd 52 1-S
Inter Harvester 101 12
Louisville & Nashville 129 1-2
Missouri Pacific 299
Before leaving for that fishing trip, let us fix you up
II with your FISHING TACKLE.
We have the celebrated "Abbey & Imbrie" make, the
"FISHING TACKLE THAT'S FIT FOR FISHING."
J PEERY-KNISELY HARDWARE CO.
I 2437 Washington Ave. Phone 213.
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- Missouri. Kansas fc Texas... 20 L-2
Lehigh Valley 14S 1-2
National Load, ex dlv 47
New York Central 99 1-2
Norfolk & Western 101 6-:
Northern Pacific , . 105 1-2
Pennsylvania 109 14
People s Gas 107 6-S
Pullman Palaco Car 162
Reading 156 3-3
Rock Island Co 15 3-8
Rock Island Co pfd . . 25 .'. i
Southern Pacific 93 "-4
Southern Railway 20 1-2
Union Pacific 144 1 4
United States Steel 53 1-S
United States Steel pfd 104
Wabash 2 3-S
-stern Union G2 6-8
Kansas City livestock.
Kansas City, June 13 Hogs Re
ceipts 5500 Market steady to five
c-r,ts higher Bulk. $S 65 8.80, heavy,
$S65fi8.K0; packers and butchers,
$8,7508 RO; light, $8.75(98.85; pigs,
Cattle Receipts 500. Market steady.
Prime fed steers. $S.258.85 ; dressed
beef steers, $7 60'g8 25; western
ptoors, $1 008.25; southern steers,
$7.6098.10; cows. $4.757 75; heif
ers, $. 80518 60. stockers and feeders,
$6.50i?J7.85. bulls. $G.00S'7.60 , calves.
Sheep Receipts 4000. Market
steady. Lambs, $6. 258.25 , yearlings,
$5.00(57 6.50; wethers. $4.506 00; owes
$ 25 fa 5 35; stockers and feeders, $3.25
South Omaha, June 13 Cattle Re
ceipts 400 Market steady Native
sf- ers. $7.50'(T8 30; cows and heifers,
$6.407?8.25; western steers. $6 75rt?
8.10, Texas steers, $6.007.60; range
cows and heifers. $5.75(g7.75 ; calves,
Hogs Receipts 780O Market high
er Heavy, $8.50(gS.6O; light. $8.60tfv
8 65, pigs, $7.268 25. bulk of salos,
Sheep Receipts 1500. Market
steady. Yearlings, $6 256.75; weth
ers, $6.0O6.40; lambs. $7 50(g) 8.60
Chicago, June 13. General rains to
day put the wheat market on the
down grade. The break of the
drought in the northwest particularly
was against the bulls. There were
also reports of rain in Russia Open
ing prices ranged from 3-8 to 5-Sc
lower. July which started at 91 5-8
I to 91 3-4c. a loss of 3-8 to l-2c. fell
to 91 3-8(3 l-2c, but reacted to 91
I 7-81 92c
Lightness of offerings made corn
i harden after opening easy with wheat.
First sales of July were 1-81-4 to
l-4(g3-8c off at 59 5-8 to 59 3-4; and
then came an ascent to 60 l-8c.
Oats developed strength owing to
poor crop prospects in Illinois and
other Important states July started
a shade lower to a like amount up
at 39 1-2 to 39 5-Sc and rose to 39
Provisions advanced with hos
Earllost transactions were unchanged
to five cents higher Including Septem
ber options to $20 15 for pork. $11 12
1-2 for lard and $11 50 for ribs
Wheat Statements that the most
valuable sections of the Dakotas and
western Minnesota wire still dry re
sulted In a further rally but the mar
ket soon weakened again. The close
was steady with July 3-4c lower at
Corn After some further gain, a
setback took place because of heavy
selling by cash concerns. The close
was steady at 59 5-85j3-4c for July,
a loss of l-4c net
Chicago, June 13. Hogs Receipts
17 000 Market strong, five cents
higher. Bulk of sales. $8 80(5i8.95;
light, $8.70(5 9 00; mixed. $R fcu Ti ihki ;
heavy. $8.3518 90; rough, $8 358.50.
pigs, $6.80(5jD8 46;.
Cattle Receipt s 10.000. Market
slow strong Beeves, $7 25(3 9(10,
Texas steers, $7 008.10; western
steers, $7 00(51)8 10; stockers and feed
ers, $6.35(fi8 25; cows and heifers.
$3 80(38.40; calves, $7.75(310.75;.
Sheep Receipts 14.000 : Market
steady to strong. Native $5 10'3 6.25. '
western, $5 25g)G.25; yearlings, 7..
06.90; lambs, native. $5.75(3 7 90;
western, $6 00(38.10, spring, $5 7"."
New York. June 13 Copper Nom
inal. Standard, Spot to August,
$14 37 1-2(9-14.75: electrolytic. $15.00
lake, $15 0015.25, casting. $14 76
Tin Steady. Spot $46 75-46. 25 .
June. $46.70(3 45 90; July. $45 00
46 00; August, $45.62 l-246.00.
Lead Quiet, $4 304.40.
Spelter Quiet. $5 10(35.20.
Antimony Dull Cookson's, $8. 75
Iron Dull and unchanged.
New York. June 13 Money on call,
steady, 1 1-2(3 2 1-2 per cent; ruling!
rate 2 1-4 per cenlt; closing bid, 1
3-4 per cent; offered at 2 per cent
Time loans easier. 60 days. 4 per
cent; 90 days, 4 1-4(3 4 1-2 per cent;
six months 5 1-2 ($6 per cent.
Close Primo mercantile paper 6
per cent Sterling exchange steady
with actual business in bankers' bills
at $4.82.75 for 60 day bills and at
$4 86.60 for demand.
Commercial bills. $4.82 34.
Bar silver, 59 l-8c.
Mexican dollars, 48c.
Government bonds firm; railroad
New York, June 13. Raw sugar--Steady.
Muscovado, $2.80(53 2 83 . cen
trifugal, $3.30f?'3.33; molasses $2 55ft
2.58; refined, firm
T. D. RYAN SAYS
President T. D. Ryan of the Secur
ity Trust & Savings bank of thin
city and his wife have returned from
an extended trip in Ohio. They vis
ited Chicago, Peoria, and other places
where relatives of Mr. Kyan ro3ide.
The banker states that conditions
in Ohio aro encouraging and that
proapects for crops aro flattering.
Business Is quite brisk, but there Is a
alight feeling of unrest In some, com
mercial circles because of the atti
tude of the Democratic administra
tion on th tariff Question.
The special train of eleven cars
bearing hotel .mploycs from Cali
fornia to the Yellowstone park Is due
to leave O'dn shortly after 4 o'clock
this afternoon. An additional baggage
car was added at Ogden to take care
of the effects of the employes who
joined the special here from the oust
The train from California came over
the San Pedro
Upon the arrival of the special nt
the park, the hotels and resorts will
he put in order for the opening of the
season, Sunday, June 15. The Yellow
stone special will make recnl.ir trips
from June 15 until the close of the
season, leaving Ogden every after
noon at 4 o'clock. Equipment of the
train will remain as it was during last 1
Although congress made no appro
priation for the support of terminal
stations for the railway mall Bervice,
the agitation Is still on for a terminal I
to be located at Ogden for the better
handling of the parcel post matte r
The clerks have been handling it ef
ficiently under present conditions, but
the outlook for increased business in
the parcel department brings about
the need of terminal stations
Plnns now heing considered inrlu.l
a joint terminal ad transfer station to
be located, if possible, at the depot
Such a location, it is claimed, would
result in quicker service and would
do away with the hiring of extra wag
ons to carry ihe mall to and from the
If possible, the space In the depot
building, occupied by the old beating
plant, will be secured as the plant
Is to be dismantled when the new
heating system is entirely completed.
Nothing di finito will he decided upon,
however, until after July 1, when th'
new mail service year begins.
Has established permanent headquar
ters under the First National Bank in
Otrden. Founded on information de
rived from the best authorities, this
company controls the largest and
most valuable radium bearing do- 1
posits in North America. (Advt)jj
The Weber county schools will
not send an exhibit to Salt Lake dur
ing the National Educational conven
tion In July. While the matter was
brought to the attention of the board.
It cntue up so late that It was deci
ded not to send a collection when Im
possibilities were that in the short
time allotted, a proper exhibit could
not be gathered '
During the several weeks before
the close of the schools, the board
members were working overtime at
their meetings, attending the detalle
In connection with the receiving of
bids and the awarding of contra' It 01
the two new county schools and the
improvements to others. The subject
of the N. E. A. was put aside for the
more important duties.
That the high standard of Weber
county's schools Is appreciated is dem
onstrated by the fart that the pub
Ushers of the National School Board
Journal has asked for an article on
the county schools v hich will he pub
lished and Illustrated with photo
graphs of the county school buildings
LICENSE FOR A
Yesterday afternoon Mayor A ;.
Fell appointed three plumbers A W.
Meeks h. O Sangberg and w j.
Dallimore to meet sitli Commissioner
T S Brownrng. superintendent of pub
lie 6afety, and examine M. T. Camp
bell as to his qualifications as a plum
ber. Thomas Davis, plumbing Inspec
tor also was called into the confer
ence The object of the examination was
to determine whether Mr Campbell
should be granted a license to enter
Into the plumbing business in Ogden.
Members of the plumbers' association
of the city had lifcd r protest against
a license issuing to him on the ground
that he wan Incapable To settle the
question of ability. Mr. Campbell
asked for a board of examiners.
The examiners mot. with Commis
sloner Browning last evening and
spent considerable time in the ex
amination and the plumbers will make
a report todav or tomorrow
Commissioner Browning Htated this
morning that while he is not a plumb
er himself, he thinks there is no
question but that Campbell Is quail
fied to do nlumblnr. Me stated, how
ever, that he did not know what the
examining board might conclude, and
that thore is a possibility that there
may be other reasons why the appli
cant should not bo granted a license.
"So far as the hoard of commission
ers is concerned,'' said Mr. Browning,
"every man desiring to do business In
Ask For Votes
When You Pay
Some little boy or girl friend of yours is trying to win
our Shetland pony, "Patrick." At the cost of one word you
can give him the help that might make him winner. Every
dime you spend in either of our stores entitles you to one
vote. The only condition is that you ask for the votes when
the purchase is made.
A Glorious Fourth How You May Help
Ii will he a glorious Fourth, indeed, It there is a contestant in the race
for the child who awakens to h-arn thai whom you wish to help you can do so.
, ' . i . Call am oi them to you; tell them you
he has won the ponv that he k to . . . ,
1 . . want to help them; they 11 soon tell
jump out of bed and 2 drive I atnek Vulj tQ dp jt
home ; that this playful, gentle, lovable The best way to help is to buy a
little two-year-old Shetland i his to Merchandise Certificate of them. We
have and to hold allow the children to sell these "Due
hill-." The (hild ?ets double otes for
-ironic A H7:alr (pm selling tliem. The 4ue bills are as good
XdlCliliJ W l..i.kl H. as gold to you they may be used at
" any tune in buying merchandise be-
At first few parents of tin- contest- tori- or after the contest
ants wen- interested Now many of Anybody's" Race Today
them are awakening to the fact that
TTTEIR child can be the winner. A Today no one can even guess who
little interest and encouragement and t1'" winner might be. X .. of the
,. ... . , contestants even those m the lead
assistance from the parents Mill help , . , e . .
y 1 have anv great number of votes Any
a whole lot. If your child is in the eon- contestant in the list can begin today,
test, help him; take an interest in the and with a little assistance soon be at
effort he is making to secure votes. A the head of the list. The voting has
contest of this kind is good for the JJt started; your favorite has a good
chance, but he needs your help Buv
eh. 1,1 who makes a vigorous offurt. Al- certificates of him if you wish and be
though he may lose, he is stronger for sure to ask for votes when you hi v in
the effort. thc store.
W. H. Wrights & Sons Co.
INDEPENDENT MEAT COMPANY II
PhOllC 2 WE DO NOT BELONG TO THE MEAT TRUST 2420 WflSll j
Pot Roasts, per pound 12V2c and 15c
Round Steak, per pound !7c
J Chuck Steak, pter pound 15c
' Ogden Will get a square deal and it
i his man Is deserving of a plumber's
lot use there i6 no question that be
v ill get It. It is true that the men
knowingly violated the city ordinance;
by plying his trade without a license,
but just what bearing this may have
on the matter I am unable to sa
EAGLES ARE AT
WORK ON THE
Hudson avenue will present a gala
appearance on Tuesday evening when
the big carnival will be held by the
Bogles in honor of the visitors from
Utah, Idaho and Nevada. A force of
electricians h?s been working for two
days stringing wires across the roa'g
u.-iy from Twenty-fifth street to Twen
ty-fourth When lighted by hundreds
of incandescent lights, red, white and
blue, the street will be most attrac
tive. Preceding the opening of the cane
val, there will be a parade of the lo
cal and visiting Eaeles with the tie
gree teams and bands.
TODAY IN CONGRESS
Washington, June 13. The day In
In session 2 p. m.
More testimony taken before lobby
Finance committee Democrats con
tinued consideration of sub-committee
recommendations on tariff bill
Senator Ashurst submitted report
of womans' suffrage committee, rec
ommended passage of Chamberlain
resolution for constitutional amend
ment extending suffrage to women.
Met at noon and adjourned at
12:30 p. m., until noon Tuesday.
ONE KILLED. TWO HURT
WHEN BULKHEAD BREAKS
Nephi, June 12. While replacing r
v riter wheel in a pit at the Nephl elec
tric plant this morning Gilbert Wil
son, aged 20. waa killed by the break
ing of a temporary bulkhead placed
to keep water back from tho work,
and O. B. Hobbs and O. N. Boswoll
were seriously injured.
Tbe three men had descended into
I THERE IS NO SECRET 8
jg about the growth of money. It is caused by regular,
U systematic deposits in the Commercial National 1
R Bank where they will accumulate at interest. 1
a j The Commercial National Bank cordially invites you 9
I I to come in and open an account or you can send 1
1 i your deposits by mail. S I
4 Interest Paid on 'i
Savings Accounts. I
the pit, after the bulkhead had been
erected and the water pumped out of
the pit. The pressure of the back
waters, however, was too heavy, and
the temporary affair gavo way sudden-
Is. Wilson was killed instantly. The
others were knocked unconscious and
nearly drowned by the water which
filled the pit. Hobbs and Boswell
were taken their homes.
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