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.1 ; . -THE EVENING STANDARD, OGDEN. UTAH, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912. 7 : H
w IIS I BListeii S Besupe
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' Ua. IP "-rcssecl when
I ZT ftwill.MYyou.
I The well-dressed man 'marches with
I quick step to sure prosperity. A business
man will quickly "see" the veil-dressed
I man who calls. He will either refuse to
I see, or have no faith in the caller who
neglects to put on a "good front."
I Our business -Is to build "flood fronts."
I Ve have succeeded at It; this Is why we.
have buiit a clothing business we are
I proud of.
I You will build your business if you
I wear our ALL -WOOL, well -built clothes.
1 1 Watson-Tanner
1 Clothing Co.
Bjfihd i ' i
K STAUDARD TELEPHONES
9E1 For Editorial, I leva d Society
H Department, Call Only Phone No
mj& For Subecrlptlon and Advertising
jJSf Department, Call Phono No. 56
KtBl The Fourtn ward- social, which was
BpjgH to be held November 20, has bcon
Hsl I postponed to the first Wednesday In
P'Jn George Cavanaugh left today over
fyjJBlthe Rio Grande for HI Paao, Texas,
fll! The best NUT COAL oflered to tho;
5$jl ' public nt the lowest prices. Try it
MaSM and bo convinced. $1.75 per ton de-
g& Jlvered. Frank Moore Coal Co,. Phone,
Wgk . 345. "
iraffl Mr. and Mrs. G. Dennon have gone
gjafl to Kansas City for a visit of a fow
99 Dlue Ribbon Bread, with tho red,
H white and bhio Jabcl, leads all others
Bjai in quality and weight,
M Mrs. Ida M. Bucher with her son
HV. id two daughters left this morning
Km over tho "Western Pacific for Los
IBISB Klrkendall Undertaking Co., Mason-
HbM is temple. Phone 150.
Iffl Stork VlElts Mr. and Mrs. Guy
Bf Clark, 2419 Monroe avenue, arc re-
HR? Joicing over the arrival of an elght-
m( 7ound baby girl. The stork vlsttod
nki liem last evening. Both mother and
i'Jk W lid are doing nicely.
r&$ You're particular about butter? Use
. B & G. It pleases everybody.
o$8 Returns Home After a trip east,
m& cast Mrs. W. A. Budlong has at last
ilw returned to Ogden. Her friends wlu
ibR be sorrv to hear that her trip was not
JiS as beneficial to her as she had hoped.
hH and that until now Mrs. Budlong has
aSI been unablo to loave her sister's home
K&f in Omaha, where she has been very
glBR ill eincc August
BBm Investigate cur free introductory of-
RH fer on beers, wines and liquors.. Fo-
MK& Fred Jensen, an employe in the of-
rfffi fce of L. S. Hodgson, tho architect.
Sm left vesterday afternoon for San Dc-
. go, Cal, on a leave of absence or
JP three months. During that time Mr.
ffg Jensen will study architecture under
yft one of the largest firmB in that city.
yWm Call 303 when you want beer, wlnos
3B or liquors. Foley's
ofll -'esse Carver, representing the Na-
A lional Biscuit company In Osden. has
'dH found it necessary to add ilntn1or
B wagon to his eauipmont to handle the
R Increased business.
H C?.L 421 for the news, editorial and
IB Fociet7 departments of the Standard.
I A suit to collect $20 alleged to bo
iW due on an unpaid account was filed
MB m the civil dhlBion of the municipal
JEfft court yesterday afternoon by J. D.
TV Murphy against Jack Ryan.
9 01d Pn-Prs fcr Balc at th,s offlco:
flj 25c per hundred.
H Teachers' Week Fully 2T0 tcach-
j ers from Weber county will attend
tho meeting of the Utah Educational
ateoclatioa in Salt Ukc NvJb
I 25, 26 and 27. The schools will be
K closed for a week commencing next
K Monday, and since the city facbora
K are allowed full pay for tho time off
I How's This?
i" We offer Od tl.ra.lrrd Hollar. ?TL,
C- csc of CaicrrU ihnt cnuugt lw cured Uf "
; L'n,Crrh CU'ev J. CHBSCV & CO.. Tololo. 0.
W&& Chrii- tor tbr !t 15 Tcaro. ana bell i niro
i M LU S BANK Or COMMHKC.:. e
K 11,11-. catarrh Care I. 'en InUrnaUr. llnc
v tlir jetcaj. TeitSmoulnlii ;nt free. Ticq
ttDtB Vr battle, ."ol-' r '1 Dn,c,f!, Ilnm.
they are expected to attend the meet
ings. The county board of education
has arranged to pay the teachers
half pay during the three days of
the soBsion, and a majority of the
county teachers will attend.
Jockey Goes to Juarez To ride for
the Carmen stable during the winter
meet at Juarez, Mexico, "Heine" Cav
anaugh, tho popular Ogden Jockey,
who led the list of winners at the
Lagoon meet, will leave next Thurs
day afternoon for Juarez. Mrs. Cav
anaugh and eon will accompany the
Case Dismissed In the district
court this morning George "B, Ford,
recelvor for tho W. A. Nelson Drug
company, moved the dismissal of the
suit Instituted by tho Nelson com
pany against the William Driver &
Son Drug company. The motion was
granted and the case dismissed with
out prejudice. The action was brought
to recover on a certain alleged ac
count for drugs.
Paving of Hudson The city board
of commissioners this morning passed
a supplemental ordlnanco providing
for tho assessment of properly on
Hudson avenue, between Twenty
fourth and Twenty-fifth streets, :o
raise $12,210, balance due for opening
and paving the avenue. The ordl
nanco waB 'called to tho attention of
tho commissioners last evening.
Heavy Stormc Geo. Thackeray of
Dovil's Slide is In tho city. He sayu
that during tho past few weeks the
country near the Slide has been
drenched with rain and some -snow
has fallen. It It difficult to travel the
roads in some places. The snowfall
has been light, and tho temperature
so high that It has melted almost as
fast as It fell.
On Duck Hunt A. L. Mohlor, presi
dent of the Oregon Short Line and the
Union Pacific, arrived in Ogden today
and will take a vacation for a few
days, enjoying himself duck shooting
on tho lake.
George H. Steed and wife of Tre
monton visited in Ogden Monday.
Accepts New Position J. J. Mc
Girl, formerly an nccountant clork In
tho superintendent's office at the de
pot, has accepted a position with a
firm of consulting engineers in New
York and will loave to take up his
new duties next Thursday.
C. D Booker and wife of Malad are
visiting friends in Ogden.
Has Good Position Geo. W. Dalli
more, formerly of Ogden, Ib now trav
eling auditor of the supply department
of the Southorn Pacific, with head
quarters in Oakland, Cal.
Incpect Beots This afternoon As
sistant Einil S. Rolnpp and others of
tho Amalgamated Sugar company
made an Inspection of sugar beets that
have been dug and placed in piles Tor
the factory. They report that they
found the bect3 well taken care of
and in good condition.
From Carlln Father Corcoran, the
genial pastor of Carlin and Austin,
New paid a flying vIbII to Ogden, de
parting for homo the first or tho week.
Silk Dress Ruined A stranger Is
canvassing the city with a chemical
preparation for cleansing dolicate fab
rics. Complaints nre being received
that the cleaner injures fine silks. A
woman telephoned tho Standard to
dav stating that the man had ruined
he'r'silk dress by applying the chem
ical in an attempt to clean tho silk.
AdvertlserB must nave their copy
ready for the Evening Standard the
evonlng before tho day on vhich ;hc
advertisement is to appear In order to
WOULD LIKE TO 8EE
I CANNOT CURE.
F. J. FREENOR, D. C.
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC.
2411 WASH. AVE.
ROOMS 13-14, 2411 WASH AVE.
9 TO 1:30 A.; 1 TO 5 P.. 7 TO 8 P.
Roosevelt Says Progres-
' sives Must Fight Hard
New York, Nov. 19. Theodore
Roosevelt and Oscar S. Straus ad
dressed a general contcrence of Pro
gressive state leaders jn sessions hero
today, This afternoon the conference
was to decide the question of fusion
in elections hereaftor with particular
refereuce to suggested fusion with
anti-Tammany forces in Now York.
Jt was Colonel Roosevelt's first
speech since the election He said:
Not Merely Bcvtlng Faction.
"There have bcjnn times when it
was said that wo were merely a bolt
ing faction of one of the parties and
would ajttempt to fuse again with that
party. We will noL In this party
organization of ours, ex-Dcraocrats
and ex-Republicans stand alike. Both
of the old parties represent tho same
privilege and both of them stand on
the vital issues of the day, shoulder
to shoulder, side by side and it is our
business to show the people that thoy
are simply deluded when they are
privileged to vote undor either of the
Continuing, Colonel Roosevelt de
clared he wan In the ranks as a man
and not as a leader He said that he
hoped that in no legislative assembly
In which the Progressives had repre
sentation would ther be any submis
sion to either of the old parties If
they desired to combine tho men of
the Progressive party with their parti-
"I hopo we will make it plain to the
people," he said, "that It 1b up to the
old parties to combine against us;
and our representatives in the state
legislature and in congress aro not
going to enter into any deal of any
degree for personal advantage with
either of the old parties. Let them
do that work.
Work All Along Lino.
"I further earnestly hope that in
this state and In all other states the
men elected state senators and as
semblymen will, at the earliest pos
sible date, introduce bills embodying
all of the principles in our Progres
sive platform and fight as hard as
they know how to have those bills
enacted Into laws."
A Valuable Romedy for Throat and
It is folly to believe that Consump
tion differs from every other disease
in not requiring the use of any medi
cine for its treatment For a num
ber of years an enormous mass of
voluntary and thankful testimonials
from iersons who consider that they
owo their lives to Eckman's Altera
tive, a medicine for Tuberculosis, has
been accumulating Surely plenty of
time to demonstrate Its lasting value.
You can write to any of them. Here
5323 Girard Ave., Phila., Pa.
"Gentlemen: In tho winter of 1903
I had an attack of Grippe, followed
by Pneumonia and later by Consump
tion. I grow steadily worse. In the
winter of 1904 I had cough, night
sweats, fever and Taiscd quantities of
awful -looking stuff and later I had
many hemorrhages; at one time three
In three successive days. Milk and
eggs became so distasteful I could
keep nothing down. Threo physicians
treated me. I wa3 ordered to the
mountains, but did not go. Eckman'p
Alterative was recommended by a
friend. After taking a small quantity
I had the first quiet night's sleep for
weoks. My improvement was marked
from the first. I gained strength and
weight and appetite. I never had an
other hemorrhage and my cough
gradually lessened until entirely gone.
1 am perfectly well. Everything I
say here can bo verified by my fam
ily and friends."
ANNE F. LOUGHRAN.
Eckman's Alterative is effective In
Bronchitis, Asthma, Hay Fever:
Throat and Lung Troubles, and In
upbuilding the system. Does not con
tain poisons, op'iateB or habit- form
ing drugs. For sale by A. R. Mc
Intyre, T. H. Carr, Culley Drug Co.,
The Marshall Drug Co.. The Cave
Drug Storo and other leading drug
gistB. Ask for booklet telling of re
coveries, and write to Eckman Lab
oratory, Philadelphia, Pa., for addi
tional evidence, (Advertisement)
SEVEN CASES OF
The smallpox situation at the State
School for tho Dear and Blind is be
coming worse instead of better. There
are now seven cases of the disease
being treated at the isolation hospi
tal bn the school grounds.
Notwithstanding tho fact that the
building was thoroughly disinfected
and fumigated attor tho instructor
was taken sick ten days ago, eases
continue to appear. All the pupils at
the institution have been vaccinat
ed. Only one of the patients has been
soverely afflicted with tho disease.
Mrs. A. W. Walters and daughter
Helen have returned from an extend
ed vlalt to Boise- and Cambridge.
London, Nov. 18. An eight hours'
armistice has been agreed to between
tho Bulgarians and Turks at Tchatal
Ja. so that both armlos may bury
their dead, according to a news ngen-
cv dispatch from Constantinople,
Ogden 's " No Kick "Store I I
E.rrpill J LtJH II III I III ZEttEF H
THE POLICE I
Maniac With Box of
Dynamite Has Whole
Station In Terror
IjOS Angeles, Cal., Nov, 19. A mild
mannered man carrying a box walked
Into Chief of Police Sebastian's olflce
today and with only a word or two j
captured Central police station, olenr
ed out the city Jail, cleared out the
municipal hospital und caused the
summoning of all police reserves and
every police sergeant and doctor on
For two hours he held absolute
sway whllii detectives watched him,
and frantic efforts were made to ob
tain drugs and fumes from which h
might be overpowered withmit thu
laying on of hands.
"This box contains Sfi per cent dy
namite," said the man "IT any one
touches mo I will pull the trigger and
away goes this whole section of the
Police Station Cleared.
The police station wan cleared In a
moment. The jail was emptied. So
was the city receiving hospital Just
around the corner, where lay a large
number of patients, including a nurn
bor of those who had been Injured In
tho St. George hotel fire early to
day. At noon they still remained empty,
while the man with the box sat in
the chief's office, calmly watching
Sebastian and two detectives, who in
their turn watched him Tor an oppor
tunity to overpower him wothout run
ning any risk.
Laid Out Holdup With BlHy.
The man allowed hi? attontlon to
bo distracted for a momont short
ly after noon and Detectlvo Hoslrk
instantly laid him out with u. billy
Detective Samuel L. Rrowns grasp
ed tho box and rushed out luto the
street with 1L
The box did really contain dyna
mite, 7o sticks or It, fully equipped
with cap and a detonatin? arrange
ment for an explosion. Wlillo it was
low grade stuff it would have caus
ed widespread destruction had It ex
ploded. While the man sat In the chlpf's of
fice Sebastian had calls out for doc
tors and surgeons to prcsrrlbo some
drug that would emit fumes potent
enough to overpower the visitor
Tanks of oxygen, large bottles of
chllroform and all the other contain
ers from the municipal hospital were
brought over to tho pollco station
ready for use
"While preparations were being
made the maniac became interest
ed without seeming to realize what
they meant Hosick sprang at him
with the club and the maniac drop
ped. o cluo to his identity could be found
on his person
Tho man became excited after he
had been in Sebastian's office for a
lime. He moved his seat near to the
door to watch all approaches and an
"If .any of you dare to come within
five feet of mo I'll hurl .ou Into eter
nity." Once Detective Hosick Inadvertent
ly stopped close to the man
"Stop," the maniac commanded, "1
will blow the first man Into eternity
that lave a hand on me Get back."
Hosick hastily stepped back.
Just then a newspaper man entered,
passing within three feet of the man.
"Young man, get back If you come
within fivo feet of me I'll blow you to
Tho reporter fled.
Chief Sebastian gavo orders for two
ptreet care to be brought in front of
tho Jail, and lining up all available of
ficers and newspaper men, a lane was
formed through which a hundred or
more prisoners walked from tho Jail
to their places in the cars. Buildings
within a radius of a hundred feet on
either side of the station were ordered
Just as tho last of tho prisoners
were entering the cars Detective
Brown burst through the door of the
Machine Failed to Work.
"Wo got him! Ixok out Look out!"
he yelled and, rushing Into tho middle
of the street with the box held high
over his head ho let It fall to the
pavement Wntchers expected an ex
plosion but (he box fell harmlessly
open and tho sticks of dynamite wore
scattered. Four caps also fell to the
At tho receiving hospital, after the
man had regained consciousness, he
gave his name as Albert Davis of Long
Bench. The police say they identified
him as a member of the Industrial
Workers of the World, who had given
them considerable trouble in the past.
He is about 55 vcarg old All of tho
fingers and the thumb on his left hand
had been cut off and In their places he
wore a set of false fingers.
"It Is my opinion that the members
of tho Weber club are not working
for tho best Interests of tho city whon
they go on record ?s opposed to 60
year franchises," Bald C. A. Boyd to
day. "It seems to me that since they
desire casteriu capitalists to become
Interested in this city, they should not
discourage attempts of eastern peo
ple to invest money here,"
Mr. Boyd Is the legal representa
tive for the eastern capitalists wno
are asking for a GO-year franchise
from tho city commissioners for the
operation of a gas plant in Osden,
and they aro awaiting tho decision
of tho commissioners before they will
begin tho work of construction,
"Tho people I reprosent have $300.
000 ready to Invest In Ogden provid
ing the franchise Id granted," con
tinued Mr. Boyd, "and work of con
structing the plant would commence
as soon as the ground is thawed in
tho spring. Since a number of years
will be needed before tho plant ia j)Ut
on a dividend paying basis, a 25-year
franchise is too short, although I do
not say that my peoplo would not
RUG AND. CARPET SALE I
Special Values In Made Up Rugs 1 : H
$38.00 Imperial Wilton Rug, size 10.6x12.8 I
made of extra quality worsted yarn. I H
Oriental design $25.00 I H
$36.50 Value in the celebrated Roxbury I H
10-wire tapestry, size 10.6x13.6 A very I iH
rich Oriental design suitable for either I M
dining room or library. Sale price $25.00 I H
$47.80 Body Brussels Rug, 10.6x12. Very I M
pretty floral design. A good durable I H
rug, suitable for any room. Very spe- I H
cial price this week 30.00 M
$40.00 Bundhar Wilton Hall Rug, 6x12, I H
I 27x60-inch Superior Ax. Rug, $3.25 value, in rich Oriental de- 1 H
I sign , $1.75 S H
I $2.00 Amber Velvet Rugs, size 27x54 ins, choice of designs $1.15 1 H
I $2.25 Palisade Velvet Rugs, good quality worsted pile face $1.25 1 H
I $2.50 Axminister Rugs in Manhattan and Candahar grades. ..1.50 I H
$9.00 Bundhar Wilton Rugs, 36x63 in., good selection patterns. $5.50 H
I Numerous other bargains See window display. H
1 High Grade Down and Wool Comforts, 1 H
WooS and Cotton Blankets at Greatly H
Reduced Prices 'm I I
J PRICES THIS WEEK' ONLY :) I B
$1.75 Comforts, filled with cotton,' and cov- ImWS H
I ered with silkoline, special . : $1.25 ff& 1
I $2.50 Grade Comforts, cotton filled. .. .$1.90 WlM H
I 5175 Comforts ....$ 1.90 $s.tll) Wool Comforts, filled with MM
H $5.76 Comforts 4.50 best, quality lamhs wool and cov- lfHW 4- ' '"' " '"' jllli 1
n $9.50 Down Com- ' jSf'-iH'l I I IH
H forts .. 7.50 ered wiLli extra grade sateen $6.00 fi f"3? j I H
forts n. .... 9.7s $10.00 Wool Comforts $7.60 iWJW'
n forts 12.00 $15.00 Wool Comforts $11.75 gQ-UC : tr jM
Boyle Furniture Company I
8 2329-31 Washington Ave. Terms if desired. J H
WL M H
accept one for that length of time ,
providing it could bo renewed. Wo
would like the matter settled as soon I
as possible so that if the project is
assured orders could be placod for
the material. Since we promise a I
reduction of practically one-tblrd
from tho price that is now charged for
gas, we think that we deserve the
consideration of the people, as the
benefits of tho franchise would go to
MARY LOPER IS
In the district court, iMary Lopor
has commenced divorce prococdlnss
against John F. Loper on tho grounda
of failure to provide and desertion.
The petition alleges that the par
ties were married in Mississippi, Au
gust 7, 1S90, and they have six chil
dren. The plaintiff claims that the
defendant hns failed to properly pro
vide for tho family for some time past
and that ho uses cruel and harsh
language. On November IS of this
year, tho plaintiff says, the defend,
ant ordered her to leave the home
The plaintiff asks for divorce, the
custody of the children, alimony,
costs of suit, attorney fees and tho
household goodB and other personal
effects that arc owned Jointly.
Marriage Licenses Marrlago li
censes have been issued to Chris T.
Woodell. Jr., and Leah Sterrctt of
Soda Springs, Idaho: William S.
Hingham of Wilson and Bertha C.
Anderson of Kanesvillo, William M.
Jonos i d Anna E. Chamborlain of
Plcasani View and to Samuel F,
Moore and Luclla Simpson of Hooper.
Sergeant C. C, Brown drew three of
a kind without getting any cigars to
day when ho arrested John Murphy.
David Jones and Frarik Hughes near
the viaduct on Twenty-fourth street
All three were gloriously Intoxicat
ed and were creating a disturbance
bv their Jollification. -Not more than
$1.50 was found on the three of them
when searched at the police station.
All were more than CO years or a?o.
Shortly after these three men were
arrested a call came from the same
place that another man was making
himself unpopular in that neighbor
hood by his drunken actions, but he
was evidently quicker than the oth
ers for he had succeeded in getting
away before the patiol wagon ar
rived on tho Bcone.
! FIRST NATIONAL BANK I fl
1 1 OF OGDEN, UTAH '
J U. S. DEPOSITARY 1 M
(Capital $ 160,000.00 1 M
Undivided profits and surplus 360,000,00 I ' H
Deposits . . . ,! 3,500,000.00 H
David. Ecclos, Pres.; M. S. Browning, Vice-Pres.; G. H. Tribe, i H
Vice-Pres. ; John Watson, Vice-Pres.; John Pingree, Cashier; 1 ll
Jas. F. Burton, Asst. Cashier. I jH
CON NELL ThP funeral services
over the remains of William S Cou
ncil will be held Thursday afternoon
at 3: SO o'clock from the Eighth ward.
Bishop James Taylor of the Eighth
ward will conduct fho services. The
body will lie in slate at tho home of
Mrs. Sarah Taylor, corner of Twelfth
street and Farley avenue, tomorrow
afternoon and evening until Thursday
at 2 p. m. Tho Interment will tak"b
placo in City cemetery.
TRANSFERS OF REAL ESTATE.
The following real estate transfers
have been placod on record in the
county recorder's office-
David N. Stephens to David Chos
ter Stephens, lot 4, block 2, plat B,
Ogden survey; consideration ?1.
Tho Arizona Trust & Development
company t David N. Stephens, a
part of lot 4, block 2, plat B, Ozden
ourvej ; consideration $1,046
Robert D. Drlscoll to Horman Van
Braak, lot 47, block 4. Lake View ad
dition, Ogden survey; consideration,
, Nlel3lne Sorcnsen to Mary Peter
son, a part of lot 5, block 15. plat
B. Ogden survey; consideration, ?1.
RUNAWAY PROVES FATAL
Provo. Nov. 19. Jedcdiah Eldrodge,
55 years of age, a highly respected
resident of American Fork, died here
this morning following nn amputation
of tho right leg. which was Injured in
a runaway accident last week He is
survived by two BlBters, Mrs, W. T.
Brown of Provo and Mrs William
Huggard of American Fork, and othor
relatives. Tho body will bo sent to
American Fork, where funeral serv
ices will be conducted.
A FAIRY TALE
"Is tho house that Jackjmtlt a fairy
tale, papa?" j
"Yes, dear." y ,'
"Why Ib it a fairy tale?"
"Because It didn't coat any moie
than the architect's eullnmte.
U. S. ORDERS UTAH CEMENT
Brlgbnm City, Nov. 19 Tho Ogden
Portland Coment comliany is receiving
heavy orders from the government
theno (Jays and already has enough
from this source alone to run the
plant night and day during the win
ter. During the summer they fillo.l
an order lor 40,000 barrels of cement
ior tho reclamation service in Idaho.
- -1 m
A day or two ago another government H
order was received, calling for ISO,- H
000 barrels of cement, which is equal H
to 520.000 sacks, H
ARTILLERY DUEL CONTINUES. H
Constantinople, Nov. 19. Fighting ( H
continued at various points along tho ' H
Tchntalja line today. Nazim Pasha, H
the Turkish commander in cbiof, tel- ' H
cgraphed to the war office under to- j H
day's date; ,. H
"Tho enemy who yesterwday at- H
tempted an advance to the front of l!
our right wing was repulsed and com- H
pelled to withdraw, sustaining heavy . H
losses. This morning again the ene- IH
my's infantry advancing on our loft H
wing suffered heavily and was driven ' IH
buck. Tho artillery duel cotlnued IH
along the wholo line." H
New York Stock List. H
(Last Sale.) )- H
Amalgamated Copper .85 j H
American Beet Sugar f4 , IH
American Cotton Oil 59 1-S ' IH
American Smelt. & Refng .... TO 1-8 H
American Sugar Refining ...,120 14 1
American Tel. & Tel 142 5-S H
Anaconda Mining Co 43 5-S , i
Atchison 107 3-S H
Atlantic Const Line 137 1-2 , H
Baltimore & Ohio 10C 1-2 H
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 90 IH
Canadian Pacific 264 7-S I IH
Chesapeake & Ohio SJ H
Chicago & Northwestern . ....13S fll
Chicago. Mil. & St. Paul . ... 114 1-2 l IH
Colorado Fuel & Iron 36 1-2 ' H
Colorado & Southorn .bid 30 H
Delaware &. Hudson 16S 1-2 H
Denver & Rio Grande 21 1-2 H
Eric 182 . H
Great Northern pfd 138 1-S ' , H
Great Northern Ore Ctfa .... 45 3-4 lH
Illinois Central 127 M
Intorborough-Mct 20 j H
Preferred 65 3-4 H
Inter Harvester 121 I H
Louisville & Nashville 145 3-4 H
Misourl Pacific 43 1-2 H
Missouri, Kansas & Texas, bid. 27 3-8 ' H
Lohlgh Valloy '....174 3-4 fM
National Lead . ,. G9 1-4 H
Now York Central 114 1-2 H
Norfolk & Western 115 1-2 M
Northern Pacific . , 124 1-4 H
Pennsylvania 123 1-S H
People's Gas 116 H
Pullman Palace Car k 160 1-2 M
Reading 170 3-4 M
Rock Island Co 25 7-S ' M
Preferred, bid 49 H
Southern Pacific Ill H
Southern Railway ... .... 29 3-S H
Union Pacific 171 7-3 'H
United States Steel ,,' 71 3-S 'yH
Preferred .. . .. ......,..111 7-S fH
Wabash 4 1-S lM
Western Union . . . , 78 I jH