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I THE OGDErT STANDARD, OGDEN, UTAH, SATURDAY, JUNE 28, 1913. --
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I I Everybody Boost For Ogdenl
I I fffiiy BEAUTIFUL PROSPERITY PENNANTS rS!dy
I Here they are; how do you like them?
I I Subscribers: Take your choice, 20 cents each, two lor 35 cents or three for 50 cents;
I I By mail 5 cents extra. The same price to all. These pennants are regular . .
I I college size on college felt, 12 by 30 inches. Can be seen at the Standard Oftice, 360
l I Twenty Fourth Street, Ogden, Utah. Don't wait until the best colors are gone. y
I Seed a Pennant to Your Friends in the East j
J I Your Iriends wil! decorate Stseir rooms with them anfi Advertise Ogden tor years to come J
I 1 GASH Da n RaaoIap f ai Anfl on GASH I
J 1 WITH DUUMCl I til III) lie II WITH I
I 1 ORGER Don't Delay; Get Your Pennants at Once. ORDER V
I SECURITIES IN
HI The weekly letter of John C. Cut-:
ler, Jr , & Co., is as follows
Business as a whole is being con- I
HB ducted conservatively throughout the
( nited States ai the present time.
HB Commercial and Industrial acjtlvitlel
HH are fairly well maintained, hut lnvest-
HI ment conditions are rethor dull. There
HH appears to be quite a little money in
the bands of Individuals available for
Investments, although many investors
are waiting until the final readjusi-
i I meat takes place after the taritf
question Is settled by congress before
investing their funds.
The recent rains have been of great
benefit to all the crops in Utah. The
farmers in the vicinity of the various
ugar factories are feeling encouraged,
as the beet crop conditions are excel
lent. The wool market this season
has been Inclined to drag. Whole
sale trade is reported fairly good and
the volume larger than a year ago
In Salt Lake retail 4rade is only fair
Money is a little easier, although eoi
lections are rather slow.
On June 30 the Utah-Idaho Sucr.r
Co will pay its quarterly divlden,1.
amounting to $166,000. July 1 the
Amalgamated Sugar Co. pays 1U per
rent dnidend, of $33,271; "the Home
Fire Insurance Co pays 4'2 ner rent
dividends, of Si P., "'in . the I'.eneficial
B THE NATIONAL
b9H The values given this week
will be well worth your time
fflj for investigation. An excellent
$ line of specials on display at
M reduced prices.
I.lfe Insurance Co pays L'1- per com
dividend, of $5000, and the .1 per cent
semi-annual Interest on the bonds ol
the Utah Hotel Co., amounting to
j .: Q will be paid. In July t he Con
solidatd Wagon & Machine Co pays
2 per cent dividend, amounting lo
50,000, and interest on the bonds oi
the Consolidated Hallway & Power
Co. and Utah Light & Elailway Co
. ill he paid. Nearly all the banking
institutions also pay their regular di .
dends next month.
Amc Ig.unated Sugar Co . pfd $ 110.00
Beneficial Life Ins-Co 22u mi
Barnes Banking Co , Kaysville 205 I 1
Bank of American Fork 180.00
Bank of Heber City 20.00
Bank of Southern Utah. Ce
dar 17 50
Consolidated Wagon & u-
chine Co &3 00
Consolidated Life Insurance
& Inv Co . 113 00
Continental National bank .. 170.00
Descrct National bank 335. 0
Deser-f Savings bank l.llo )
Davis County bank, Farming
ton 250 00
Flral N'ational bank, Layton . 1 50 On
First National bank. Morgan lHn.m'i
First National bank. Ogden. 640.00
I ii si National bank, Murray 15i.
First National bank. Logan.. 145,00
First National bank. Brighain 250 111
Guardian City & Guaranty Co. 16.60
Home hire Insurance Co ... 316.00
Heber J. Grant & Co 24.60
Kamai State bank 125.00
McCornick Co, Bankers.. 386.00
Merchants hank 155.00
National Hank of the Republic 2(i7 00
N tional Copper bank 134. 00
Nephi National bank . ... 1LT. on
Ogden Savings bank ... 470. oO
Piovo Com. & Savings bank 22u.o0
Salt Lake Security 6c Trust
1 1 Ml' II Ml 'IV
I i a Bank of Brigham City ilOu.'i
ate Bank of Garfield, Pan-
Stale Bank of Richmond ... 120.00
Slate Bank of Millard Coun
ty. Fillmore 176.00
Utah Idaho Sugar Co. pfd... 7.85
I Utah State National bank 290.00
Utah Savings & Trust Co... 12S.00
Walker Bros. Bankers 233 "0
I Zion's Savings Bank & Trust
Coinpanv 410 no
I Z. C. M. 1 401.00
; Con. Ry. & Power Co. (city) 99.0"
Sanpete Yalle Railroad 97 On
i i ih Llghi & Rj Co. (city) . . 24.00
I Utah Light & Power Co
Utah Light & Power Co 94 00
Th Utah Sugar Co 103 00
' "tah Hotel Co 102.0
N w York, June 28. Prices barb
nioved at the opening of the market
today. There was little businega on
hand and fluctatlonis of such stoekr;
l as were traded In were confim n to
trivial fractions. The one exception
National Railways of Mexico. sec-(
ond preferred, which rose a point on
Official denials of the reports of ui
1 he indecision of the opening was I
succeeded by a slow advance which
raised the list slightly over yester
day'! close. Not much in the way of
n movement was looked for owing to J
tb lack ot initiative from any source.
The market closed firm News from
Washington that the president wasj
assisting in preparation of the Harri-
man dissolution plan, and that the
plat, probably would be presented in
court Monday stimulated stocks i
Strong!) in the last hour of trading
Union Pacific rose l 1-2 points on'
active buying. The list as a whole I
nelt the effect of the upturn and gains ';
of 1 to 2 points were general among
the leading stocks
In the final trading the market re
acted somewhat on realizing sales.
Prior to the upturn trading was dull
nnd flat; speculative conditions were
un hanged, and traders displayed Ut
ile interest In the market.
Bonds were steady.
.Ww York, Tune 28 The metal
markets were dull and nominal; lake
copper. $14.87 l-2(ci 15.25; electrolytic.
$14.76015.00; casting, 214.5014.87
1-2; all nominal.
I i on Unchanged.
Chicago, June 28. Suspension of
trading b a fairly important firm that
has been on the short side of the
market) hml a tendency to lesson of
ferings of wheat today and caused
prices to harden Absence of positive
additional damage reports from the
northwest, however, led to increasing
ale and brought about a reaction.
Tho opening was unchanged to
l-Lc higher September, which start
ed at 91 1-8 to 91 1-4. a rise of 1-S
1-4 to 1- IdJ 3-Sc; fell off t0 90 7-8c
Si Member corn opened a shade to
3-5JC higher at 63 1-2 to 63 7-8c.
dropped to 63 l-81-4c, and rallied
to 63 l-2c.
September oats started 3-8 to 5-8c
higher at 43 1-4 to 43 l-2c, declined
iu 42 3-4c and then recovered to j
I irst sales of provisions varied
Irom last night's level to 2u cents'
down, including September options as I
Pork. $20 52 1-2.
Ribs, $11. EO.
Wheat Thereafter the market had;
no Importan! feature
Corn Subsequent fluctuations were i
narrow; the close was easy at 63 1-8
for September, a net loss of 1-4 1
.Ww York. June 28 Money on call!
nominal; no loans. Time loans, j
trad;. ; 60 das, 3 1-2T7 3 3-4 per cent,
.90 cays. 3 M -4 fi 4 per cent, six
j months, o'uo 1-2 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper six per cent. I
'Sterling exchange steady with actual
I business in bankers bills at 483 lu fur'
60-day bills and at 486.75 for demand;
commercial bills 1S2 7."; bar silver, 58 1
C-8. Mexican dollars 48, government
bonds, steady; railroad bonds, steady.!
South Omaha, Neb.. June 28 Cat
tle Receipts 100. Market steady Na
tive steers. $7 258.60; cows and heif
ers, $4.00 7 90; calves. $7.otiTi 10 00.
Hogs Receipts 0100. Market
steady. Heavy, $8.35(Ti 8.45, light.
$8.45f" 8.55; pigs, $6 00fa'7 50 ; bulk,
$8 40 8 50.
Sheep Receipts 400. Market
steady Yearlings, $5 0016 25; weth
ers. $4.505 75; lambs, $6 509'S.00.
Chicago, June 2S. Hog Receipts
11,000. Market active and steady.
Bulk, 58 651 8.75; light. $8.55 8.80 ;
mixed, $8.508.80; heavy, $8.308.75;
rough S8.308.45.; jds. $6.758.50.
Cattle Receipts 200 Market
steady. Beeves, S7.209.00; Texas
steers. S6.90ilS8.10 ; western steers,
J7.108 20, stockers and feeders, $8 75
n'MO; cows and heifers. $3.90(58.50.
Sheep Receipts 12,000 Market
weak. Native. $4.80(3)5.90; western,
$5 105. 90. yearlings, $5 60fi67(i.
lambs, native. $5.60(5 7.40; western,
SS.SOgj 7.80; springs, $5.60S.50.
Kansas City Livestock.
Kansas City, Mo, June 28 Hogs
Receipts 1000 .Marker steady. Bulk
$$.65S8.70; heavy. $8.608.70; pack
ers and butchers. 8.658.72 1-2;
light. $8.708.75; pigs. $7.608.26.
Cattle Receipts t 500. Market
steady. Prime fed steers. $8 40 8 76
dressed beef steers, $7 258 35; west
ern steers. Si; .'ii'S southern steers
I $5 75 fi8.no ; bulls, $5.757.25; calves.
6 5iT r 5d
Sheep Receipts, none Market
! steady. Lambs. $7.O0'a 7.75 ; yearlings
.r. 011(75.75; wethers, $4.25 '.1 5.25
ewes ?4'0'54.75; stockers and feed
ers, $3 000. 4.50.
NEW YORK STOCK LIST.
Amalgamated Copper 65 1-4
American Beet Sugar 21
American Cotton Oil 30 12
American Smelt & Refg 62 1-4
American Sugar Rtfining . . lu"
American Tel. & Tel 129 1-4
Anaconda Mining Co 33 1-2
Atchison 95 3-4
Atlantic Coast Line , 115
Baltimore & Ohio 94 1-4
Brooklyn Rapid Transit ...... 87 l-S
Canadian Pacific 217 1-2
Chesapeake & Ohio 55 3-8
Chicago & North Western .127 1-2
Chicago, Mil. & St Paul 103 3 4
Colorado Fuel & Iron, bid.. . 27
Colorado &- Southern, bid . . 31
Delaware & Hudson 151
Denver t Rio Grande 16 1 4
Erie . 24 3-8
General Electric 136
Great Northern pfd 123
tireat Northern Ore Ctfs ... 34
Illinois Central 109 1-2
lnterborough .Met pfd 55 5-8
Inter. Harvester 102 3-4
Louisville & Nashville 131
Missouri Pacific 30
Missouri. Kansas & Texas ... 21 1-4
Lehigh Valley 147
National Lead 45
NW. York Central 97 1-2
Norfolk & Western 103
Northern Pacific lu7 7i
People's Gas 07 5-8
Pullman Palace Car. bid ... 152
fading 1SX 7-S
Hock Island Co 16
Hock Island Co. pfd bid 25
Southern Pacific 95 7-8
Southern Railway 21 1-4
Union Pacific 148 3-4
United States Steel 53 1-8
United States Steel pfd 103
Wabash . 2 1-4
Western Union 60 3-1
New York. June 28 The statement
of the actual condition of clearing
hoMse companies for the week shows
that they hold $35,272,250 reserve In
excess of legal requirements. This
is a decrease of $8,353,000 from last
The statement follows:
Loans, $1,922,657,000; Increase, $28,
493,000. Specie, $357,435,000; decrease. $412.
000 Legal tenders. 284,080,000; decrease,
Net deposits, $1,918,000; increase,
Circulation, $46,960,000; decrease,
Hanks cash reserve in vault, $378,-
Trust companies cash reserve in
Aggregate cash reserve. $441,515,000.
Cxcess lawful reserve. $35,272,250;
Trust companies' reserve with
clearing house members carrying 25
per cent in cash reserve) $71 .049.11110
Summary of state banks and trust
companies in greater New York not
Included In clearing house statement.
Loans, $553,814,000, tfecrease, $3.
Specie, $65,552,000; decrease, $304,-
Legal tenders, $7,557,900; decrease.
Total deposits. $629 686,500; de
(DEATHS AND FUNERALS
ALMA BROWN PETERSON The 1
funeral for the nine-year-old son of 1
Mr and Mrs. C. E. Peterson was held 1
at the family residence, 1558 Wash- j
i ington avenue, yesterday The ser- 1
j vices were conducted by Bishop Miles M
j L. Jones. The speakers were James 1
Mack, George E Brown Marcus Farr j
and Asael Farr. Duets were sung by I
Mrs Bernice Glazer and Miss Jennie I
Thorstensen, and Miss Beatrice Farr J
and Miss Melba Read. The interment I
was in Ogden City cemetery.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
Sealed proposals for furnishing ma
terial and building sidewalks in Side
walk Dislriu No. 119, being both sides
of ah 6treet from Washington to
Madison avenues, under plans and
specifications prepared by the City
Engineer and approved b the Board ;
of Commissioners, will be received it
the office of the City Engineer, in the
City Hail, Ogden. l.'tah, until 10
o'clock a. m., on the 2oth day of Juce,
At which time all proposals re
ceived will be publi- ly opened and
read aloud. Plans and specifications
can be obtained upon application t
the office of the City Engineer, after
June 10, 1913.
The right is reserved to reject aay
or all bids and to waive any defects.
By order of the Board of Commissi00, I
II J CRAVEN. City Engineer.
First publication, June 6, 113
Last publication. June jS, 1013-
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Neck Bonei per pound sr give you the best on earth. Does Round Steak, per pound 172C i
n ii j , , v Price attract you? We give you Chuck Steak, per pound 150
i?ulk Lard, per pound i5r the lowest named. p0 Roasts per pound ... .120 'and' 150