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favorable Advices ns to Crop
Ksptfts Were the Cause of
K Better Feeling.
aHw " v
Bfc r Aug 21-Moro favorable
B. to c'rop prospects, particularly
7rd cotton. Imparted a very firm
lS.5Vs stock market, though tho
WB n s-ln ln nJOdcrato vo,um0
KW5ior.al character. It was
Bioo that much of the recent talk
Rtaa'ee to wheat In tho Northwest
Iftc-Snlca and circulated largely
ESative effect Nevertheless on
Krtrts of frcst in Manitoba, wheat
Ed sharply In U1 t'ar,' nftcrnoon.
I&ula stocks were again active at
S .dvancM For the first time In
C, rnion Pacific and Southern
RSL comparatively active Some
Kor rn'on Pacific In the late scs
R. ,Mt stock up to Its recent high
ml a Iwvlicro tho list showed a
SJ'in 6-e After aomo hesitation
Ktct once more became strong in
Kf further profit-taking, and tho
K' though bolow the best of tho day.
Muv markc.l recessions, Lnlon
Rlost eomc of Its lato advance on
ESluil Copper was the most
K ure of the Industrial group, and
RSj w"re d". w,th no decided
Fl-Jon ns an unimportant fnc
E5lne In less than lo.OCO shares.
mtAlti of the coalers. Tbus far the
Kmsrket has made little reaponse
fondltloni arising than the Bhlp
lf currency to the Interior. The
Trail loans advancel a fraction to
m-etuL but soon foil back to 1 per
Kio additional shipments of crop
WL.-xiiP announced. J3M.003 to Chl
Ejd tl50,COfl to New Orleans. Ster
Khanse became weaker later In the
Kithe very IltlIc demand for rcmlt-
states Government bonds thev
Kdvnnccd '4 of 1 per cent, and tho
B&stcred -1 u. of 1 per cent on call.
Ed bonds hffd firm. Total sales,
Re, rifK.WO. 4
K'EW YORK BOND LIST.
KrS rccl03 L &. N unl 4s...lOUi
Kj . .ICC Man gold con JslOG
Tree . 5 Mex Cent Is.... Gl
En .7 1st lne
Ewtow?13l?i Minn & St L 4s. 97
E , 132 M K & T -is. . . .100&
Mi ii rcg 107 2nds 701
K 107 N R R Mex con
Ea sen te.va in "6
t -i s . N Y c sen 3s.l00
Ec LUICOt's N J C gen Gs....l32-!
E3 1CCU N P s , 10I4i
Br, 53 3s 14lJ
WMGa Ss-.llO-'g N..& W con is..lOlVj
E - OSL Is & par
Efts 107 Uc OG
Ea Js . TS4( Penn conv 3s . 9SV
Qncw4s97fe Reading gen -Is. 9D
Ea p Boni St L & I M con
Eorthwcst St L "&. S F ' f g
K .. .12vSi is .. S5
E- P R It St L Southwest
E W l8t3 37
B S4r8 Seaboard A L -la S2
H& St L S P Is JHVi
E So Ry Cs. U7
En Js- 74 T & P lsta 119
E &2r Tol St L & W
E & s SI 4s 74
E G la . VQU. V P 4o 105
enor lli-a conv 4s 101
f? 9ST- Wabash Ists ...117
m deb B Gl
Eb& Dn W & L E is.... Dl
.Ut . .103 Wis Cent 4a JX)
gcr 4fes -ICS C F & I con.... 75&
MCL03ING STOCK LIST.
R Sales Illqh Low.Close.
E: 15,y0 Sl SIM. Sl
E111 -"0 9S 9SVi 9S
E- 20.700 87 S5VS
Ed Pac . . 'il.ouO 127 VSH 127
ENJ 100 IG714 107 106
4 Alton.,. 2MI 40 29t
Et t,-!' - isvi 1C' S'
E 1 v " ' 20,5 13
i.t St P ICfWt iro'j .riv Hr..i
t!.". " ioo 6g 03 oc
, iW 15 15 14',4
L.. l,a 79 7G 7SVi
n . ,. 1.2CO 15tA 14 15?i
red . 1,(3 .19 49
erred -:X) 21 20'. 20Ti
'n ... 2.4M 1G4 103 " lGlVi
G.!.'. 1,100 2cvi isv- "k
500 75 75"yA 75Vt
red".'! 2:o 5l S
"red l.frM 40 a9V- 9
ey .. 4M 73 rj " 73
... COO SJ S3'!
4.103 130 137'i 13SU
... WJ 21 Vi 20Vi 20Vi
- 700 41 41 41
So 2iM 3 23 23
-Kv 43 44 44
1.0CO 121 1S0V4 121
.. . 200 154 151
3 U.7W 91 90 POW
t'.. .. 7.200. 122-li 122Vi 122V1
100 GG EG B5 '
S.M m 71h(i 72
l"c".:27'8M 97 9G
' - SAM D7J.4, W 86
j';;) 4S 4S'4 48U
- -"im i2i i2iyt
UO WH (SV4 Goaj
Co- 11.800 25U 21 25
'Mv j y v G7
P. 6.300 GO DS?A
" r'?A? W
J 'iS 29V4
19 131 wif
3.6)0 39 -s' 4
i 1W W 1G IG'
,JW 1S 17 lSi
ntoi0 11,1 U;
I " I?, ?W" 2i6" 205
' .:.. r-'li
'ay25' ?o1''4 M MH
.... y ?A 19 if&; igrj
iOli'.; I J9U T9it S
.::.. 32,i 32
" ) ocii rii74
'25 :o-i 20 '0
I. ft p' ? M M 90
& S f s i?
4 72i 72i4
-f- New York 57,40
San Francisco 57Vc -f
-f- London . . . 20 5-lCd
' LEAD. -ir
4- New York exchange $l.203,4.23 -f
New York excharl'arc $12.25i2lG0 -4-
-t--r--f--t- -- -f---
Jntornnt. Pump "... .
prof erred "" Tgw.
National Load .... fjn 24 23 23
Norihmerlcan .. 400 92 91; 91i
Paclf!c-M;iil il2iV) 30 234 Q
Pcoplo's Gas G.100 102 101 10H4
Preyed Steel Car. ...... . A
preforred 100 77 7?" 7G
Pullman Pal. rjar "ic
Republic Steel 200 07 07Vi 07Vi
preferred 200 .y .- 42i
Rubber Goods ,100 lS'i lSVt 1SV4
Tenn. Coal & Iron.. a,700 45 ii 4 is?
U. S. Leather 200 07. 07 07t
preferred v sc G " EG "
II. S. Realty 1,700 51 49 50
L. S. Rubber 100 19 19 19 "
preferred SO) 75 75 75
U. S. Steel 3.300 12 ' 11 m&
preferred 14.7G"3 D9?i 5S 50
Whouse Electric 155
Western Union .... 300 90 59 f9
Total sales for the duy. "550,900 shares.
Silver and Drafts.
NEW YORK, Aue. 25. Bar sliver. 57c;
Mexican dollars, 45e.
SAN FRANCISCO. Aug. 25.-Sllvcr
bar?. 57c; Mexican dollars, 4KQ4Gct.
drafts, sight, 7c; drafts, telegraph, 10c.
Honey and Exchange.
NEW YORK. Aug. 25. Money on call
easy. per cent; closing bid, 1 per
cent;-offered at 1 per cent.
Time loans In moderate demand; sixty
days. 2(Q2 per cent; ninety days, 2
per cent; six months. 3 per cent.
Prime mercantile paper. 3yu4 per
Sterling exchange weak, with actual
business in bankers' bills at $4.S7.S54?4.97.90
for demand and S4.S5.2Stfj4.S5.C0 for sixty
Posted rates. S4.S6 and 5I.S9.
New York Metals.
NEW YORK. Aug. 25,-Tln was higher;
spot closed at 123 2s 6d in .London, and
futures there were quoted at 123 15s. Lo
cally spot wus quoted at $26.05'27.10. 1
Copper was n littlo higher for futuro
delivery In the London market, with spot
cJ6slng' there at 57 7s Gd and futures nt
- 57 Ss 9d. Locally copper was unchanged.
Lake and electrolytic are quoted at $12.60
Q12.75 and casting at $12.25&12.G0.
Spelter advanced slightly In the foreign
market, closing nt 2J 15s. but remained
unchanged here at $4.Skj'-4.95.
Load was unchanged at S4.2AfJi.25 In the
local market, but a littlo higher at 11, 15s
Iron closed at 51s 9d ln Glasgow and at
43s in MIcldlosboro. Locally Iron is more
or less unsettled. No. 1 foundry Northern
is quoted at $13.757m4.25: No, 2 l'oundrv
Northern, $13.25fl3.75; No. 1 foundry
Southern and No. 1 foundry Southern soft
SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 25. Wheat
Steady; December. SI. 49.
Barley Steady; December, ?l.0S.
St. Louis "Wool Market.
ST. LOUIS. Aug. 25. Wool-Steady;
medium grades combing and clothing.
25?2Ge; light fine, 1920c; heavy fine, 15
(fflGc; tub washed, 22g35c.
New York Sugar Market.
NEW YORK, Aug. 25. Sugar Raw
qulot; fair refining, 311-lGc; centrifugal
.96-tcst, 4c; molasses sugar, 3 7-lGc. Re
fined quiet; crushed, $5.90, powdered,
$5.30; granulated, S5.20.
Butter and Eggs.
NEW YORK, Aug. 25. Butter Firm,
unchanged. Chcoso easier. Eggs quiet,
Live Stock.- s
CHICAGO, Aug. 25.-Ca tile Receipts.
7500; Texaiis. 500; Westerns. 2000; market
steady; good to prime steers, $5 MfjfG.10;
poor to medium. f3.50Jj5.00; stockers and
feeder. ?2. 0033. 90; cows, $1 50&-1 50; heif
ers, SI. 754. 75; canners, $1 502.50: bulls.
S2.00frl.15; calves, S4.0O3-G.25; Texas fed
steers, $3. 00&3. 50; 'Western steers ?3.103
Hogs Receipts. 19.000; ;markct strong
to higher; mixed and butchers'. $5,102.55;
good to cholco heavy, $5 30f3.45; rough
heavy, $I.S.tt5.45; light, $5. SOS'S. GO; bulk of
sales, $3. 255. 45.
Sheep Receipts, 20,000, sheep and lambs
steady to strong; gbod to choice weth
ers, $3.MtfM.25; fair to choice mixed, $3 25
3.75; Western sheep, $3.2&g4 25, natlvo
lambs, $4.25fJG.0O; Western lambs, ?1.003
KANSAS CITY, Aug. 25. Cattle Re
ceipts 5000, best strong; others steady; na
tive steers. $3.75!QG.OO; stockers and feed-,
ers. r2.25-.25; bulls, $2.CO3.25; calves. $2.00
1.75; Western steers, S3.251T4.75; Western
cows, $1.75(92.00. 1 logs Receipts 9CO0; mar
ket steady; bulk of sales, $o.l0fjti.3j; pigs
and lights, $0.0O?J6.S5; heavy, $5.10Q).25:
packers, S5.05Tj5 2o. Sheep Receipts 40C0;
market steady; muttons, $3.25jl 25; lambs.
$l.COfJC.G0; range wethers, J3.25G3.?5; ewes,
SOUTH OMAHA. Aug. 25.-CattIc-Re-ceipts
2100; market stronger; native steers.
S3.7BfiG.S5; cows and heifers. S2.754.O0;
"Western steers, $3.00ft-l 15; Texas steers,
$2.75S"3.50; cos and heifers, S2.00C15; can
ners. $1.5032.00; stockers and feeders, $2.50
53.S0: calves. $3.001-4.75; bulls, slags, etc..
S2.0OQ3.50. Hogs Receipts 5700; market
C to 10c higher; heavy. $5.00Qb.l5: mixed.
$5.056.10; light, S5.15fiS.23;; pigs. SI.5GUo.C0i
bulk of sales, $5.0375.15. Sheep Receipts
13,000; market slow; Westerns. S3.Go2M.00;
wethers, S3. IOfi:rrV, owes, $3 OOI03.GO; com
mon and stockers, $2.25j3.15; lambs, $1.00
Sale of Sheepskins.
LONDON, Aug. 25. A sale of sheepskins
was held today The offerings numbered
S49G' bales. There was a large attendance
and competition was animated. Practical
ly all tho skins were sold. Merinos were
unchanged, short-woolcd were In sellers'
favor. Crossbreds were unchanged to 5
per cont dearer. Americans paid the high
est rates for suitable qualities.
Grain and Provisions.
CHICAGO. Aug. 25. At the start there
were bulls ln tho wheat trade who seem
ingly maneuvered for a further break,
and under their manipulation prices
dipped below those of tho previous close.
September started with a loss of c to c.
at $1.034i to $1.03. and December c to
c off, at $1.04 to $1-04. The weakness
was only temporary, and buying at the
lower prices soon rallied the market and
tent It on an advance thai carried Sep
tember to $1.0O and December to $1.07.
Temperatures in the central Northwest
were regarded as close enough to the
danger line to mal It advlsablo not to
)!. Thle applied bltth to those who hart
urtual wheat to sell and those who other
wise mljhl have boon tempted to sell It
abort on tho extreme weakness of foreign
Commission houses had numerous buy
ing orders, and their efforts, together
with covering by many local traders who
sold short yesterday on the break In
prices, supplied buoyancy to today's mar
ket. Many big longs who recently dis
posed of their holdings were also In a
ORAPES FRESH FROM
One or Two Vegetables Are Raised in
Prices Sweet Potatoes Are
Utah grapes, which have been expected
for some time, are now on tho market,
and In consequence the prices, both whole
sale and retail, of tho Imported kinds woro
sent down yesterday. Some of the com
mission houses have been anticipating this
during the last two days, and figures have
been gradually going down, from an aver
age of $1.50 a case to SL10 and even as low
jas $1.00. The Tokay variety, being more
choice, still keep their level at $1.75. but
the other kinds have been cut. The retail
price yesterday was 10 cents a pound, To
kays selling at two pounds for 25 cents.
Utah Concord grapes are 10 cents a pound,
50 cnts a basket.,
Several cuts were made In fruit prices
yestorda'y. besides those In grapes, plums,
for one. being down to cent3 a pound.
Raspberries, Oregon cherries and goose
berries are out of the market. Tho latter
may return, but the season Is getting lalo
Cauliflower, which had been raised to
12 cents a pound, was cut down again to
10 cents. Such quantities have been
brought In by the farmers lately that they
are lloodlng the town, and also probably
oyerdrainlng tho supply, which will aend
prices Hying up again later on Utah
cabbage is down to 1 cent a pound, whole
sale, while wax beans arc up to $1.00 a
bushel. Sweet potatoes arc cheaper, be
ing quoted at C cents a pound wholesale
and two pounds for 15 cents retail.
Tho market Is likely 4o bo Hooded with
tomatoes soon. Tho recent frosts had tho
effect of ripening all tho crops of this
vegetable prematurely and all at once, so
that they will have to bo put on tho mar
kot as soon as possible. They will then
be very cheap and the price will soon be
come exhausted, so that the price will go
up proportionately in the other direction.
Hay, Grain and Straw. Oat straw, per
halo, 30JjC5c; ulfalfa. $10.00iri0.e0; timothy,
per ton. baled. $15.0S)1G.0J-, wheat, per
bushel. 90C&1.O5; corn, per cwt., $1.10G
1.50; corn, cracked, $1.151.55; oats. $l.3u;
rolled oats, $1.90; barley, rolled. SL40&1.45;
flour, bakers' No. 1. $2.10; flour, straight
Hour, $2.20; Hour, high patent, $2.40; rye,
S2.C0; Graham Hour. $2.602.70; cornmea).
Sl.S0ffl.90. bran. $1.0021JO; bran ana
Meats. Dressed beta, pound. &&GC,
dressed veal, per pound, Sc; dressed pork,
per pound, 7c; dressed lambs, per-pound,
10c; dressed mutton, per pound. Gc; spring
lamb, wholesale. $2.7o; spring lamb, quar
ter, retail. SI O0tfl.50.
Poultry. Dressed hens. 15c; live poul
try, per pound, 15c; frozen orollcrs, 22o;
live broilers, per pound, 14c
Fruits Valencia oranGfS, case, SI.OO;
Utah cantaloupes, dozen, lOcifJSl.OO; Utah
watermelons, dozen. 75c$2.00; Utah apri
cots, bushel. $1. 25171.50; Payette canta
loupes, case, $2.00; grapes, case. 51.60;
Utah apples, bushel, $1.0031-50; Santa
Paula lemons, box, S4.G0; peaches, box, 0
57tc; plumB, 1)ox, GOc; bananas, per
bunch. $2.50; limes, per ICO, $1.C0; Utah
pears, box. $1.50.
Sugar. Beet sugar, per 100, SG.40; cano
Vegetables. Oyster plant, 40o a dozen;
China radlchcs, 40o a dozen; now celery,
dozen, 5Cc: parsnips, dozen bunches,
50c; California lottuco, dozen. GOc;
green corn on cob, per dozen, 16c;
now peppers, per pound, Gc, Utah summer
squash, dozen, 20c; Utah tomatoes, GOfti
75c a bushel; Utah cucumbers, dozen, 10c;
yellow onions, per 100. ?3.w: vegetable
"marrow, dozen. GOc; red cabbage, pound,
oc; sweet potatoes, per pound. Gc; Utah
cauliflower, pound, 10c; wax beans, per
bushel, $1.00; Utah cabbage, per 100. $1.00;
new potatoes, bushel, 76c, bunch turnips,
per dozen, 15c; green onions, per dozen,
12'-c; Utah lettuce, Oc; radishes.
Utah, 10c; pumpkins, dozen, 42.00; golden
tomatoes, pound 4c. Utah egg plant, Go.
Dairy' Products Butter, per pound, 19c;
cheese, per pound, 10c, eggs, per case,
$0.50; comb honey, per crate. $2.75; swelt
zer cheeso, per pound, ISc; llmburger
choose, per pound. lGc; cream brick cheese,
per pound, 17c; Edam cheese, per dozen,
Fresh Fish. Utah lake bass, 30c: sal
mon, 13c; mountain trout, 35c; Utah cat
flsh. 12C: halibut, 12c; striped bass, per
pound. 15c; shad, per pound. 10c; Mack
inaw trout, lGc; mackerel. 13c; soles, per
pound, 9c; flounders, per pound, 9c; Cali
fornia smelts, per pound, 12c; catfish, por
pound, 13c; perch, per pound, 10c; crabB,
$2 00; Spanish mackerel, 20c; lobsters, 15c
Meats. Prime rib, 17Vc; porterhouse,
25e; pork. lCc; mutton chops, lOffloc: legs,
15c; spring lamb, per quarter, SLOftftl.GO;
veal. 1220c; veal loaf. 30c.
Poultry. Dressed hen8, ISc; broilers, 35
ftS0c; turkeys, 25c; geese, 22c- ducks, 20c;
roast springs. 25c; springs, 351TG0O
Fruits. Utah apricots pound, Gc; Utah
cantaloupes, I0f(20e; Crab apples, 40c
a peck; Utah apples, pound. 5c; Utah
blackberries. 10c; dewberries, 10c; cur
rants, 10c; flgs, irJ25c; lemons, per dozen,
25c; oranges, per dozon, 4O'3G0c; peaches,
per pound, 5c; chorrlos, 1&920C; bananas,
per dozen, 30c; pears, three pounds, 25c
limes, 2c; plums. 7&c; Lafayette canta
loupes, 12Vc; Utah watermelons. 25fl50c;
Utah cantaloupes. Ave for 15c; grapes
(black). 10c; grapes (white), 10c; Tokay
grapes. I2!c; Utah Concord grapes, 10c a
pound. 50c a basket; Utah pears, pound,
10c: California flgs, pound. 20c.
Vcgetablos Now eclory. 5c a otalk;
oystor plant, 5c a bunch, China radishes,
5c a bunch; Utah egg plant, 7c a pound;
partmlps. bunch, 5c; Ltah peppers, throe
pounds for 25c; red cabbage, four pounds
for 25c; sweet potatoes, two pounds for
15c; green corn on cob, dozen. 20c; vegeta
ble marrow, two for 15c; Utah summer
.squash, three for 10c; Utnh cucumbers,
lour for 5c; cauliflower, 10c; new potatoes,
per pound, l',c; wax beans, four pounds
for 25c; cabbage, per pound, tc: turnips,
por pound, 2c: greon onions, 20;
carrots, 2c; beets. 2o; Utah tomatoes,
three pounds for Cc: lettuco. Cc; California
lettuce, two for 16c; pumpkins, 20c, Hub
bard squash, 20c; pickling cucumbers, 50o
per 100; pickling onions. CO n peck.
Dairy products Butter, per pound. 25c;
cheese, 15c; eggs, per dozen, 25c; fancy
clicese, per pound. 25c; comb honey, per
comb 15c; strained honey, per pound, 16c;
Swiss cheese, per pound, 40c; llmburgtr
cheese, per pound, GOc; cream brlcK
cheese, 25c; Edam cheese, each, $1.25.
Fresh Fish. Black bass, 35c; salmon,
17'4c mountain trout. 40c; brook trout,
each 12V4c; Utah catfish, per pound, 16c;
halibut, 15c; Htrlpcd bass, 20a; shad. 15c;
Mackinaw trout, 20c: boIcs, 32c; floun
ders, 12o; smelts, lCc; codfish, 15c; porch,
l'c; sturgeon, 15c; crabs, each, 2o(0$0c;
white fish. 20c
buying rush to get back their lines. There
wn.s a renewal of tho ruKt and short crop
reports from Manitoba, and theso reports
added zest to thcljulllish tone of tho mar
ket Toward theend of tho session tho
market weakened on heavy profit-taking.
Late weather reports indicated rising tem
peratures for Friday In the frost-menaced
districts. Tho break 1:1 corn prices react
Kl upon the whent market. All operated
to reduce tho advanceto modest dimen
sions. September cloBdd at $1.04 and De
cember at $1.05gi.05. TliQ filial tone
Clearances of wheat and flour- wcro
equal to 64.300 bushels.' Primary receipts
were 23.0C0 busiif Is larger than a year ago.
Minneapolis. Duluth and Chicago reported
receipts of 241 cars, against 243 cars last
week and 331 cars a year ago.
Corn was easy it tho start, under tho
influence, of favorable weather conditions,
lower cables and a crop estimated at 2.
!" "i.COO bushels, barring an early frost.
September started unchanged to c high
er, at 53?ic to 63c. December was off
MfD-Tie, at 52Vif?52'tc. September finished
at 53c, with December down to 51ai!gul"6c,
Local receipts were 1G7 cars.
Oats did not seem to catch the bull
spirit which prevailed ln the other grain
markets. September started unchanged at
13c and December unchanced to a shade
off at 3IVlc to 34.'j'olc. Both deliveries
made a small fractional advance, but
closed at the bottom prices for tho day.
September at 32:0 ahd December at 33e.
Local receipts were 203 cars.
Provisions were Inactive and without
material changes In values. Packers gavo
some Hupport to the September delivery,
but offerings were more than adequate,
and final quotations showed September
pork down 7W"10o. at ?11.C0; lnrd off 2V4
5c. at SG.90GG.92ii; and ribs down 2&fi6c,
Estimated receipts for tomorrow:
Wheat, 112 cars; corn. 272 cars; oats, 232
cars; hogs, 17,000 head.
RANGE OF LEADING FUTURES.
Articles Open. High. Low. Close.
"Wheat. No. 2
Sept. new .... 1(1314 1(W 103V4 101
old 104 10S 104 105
Dec 101 107T, 101 .1051!
May lOGV't 110- 105i 1074
Com. No. 2
Sept 5.'; K 52 53
Dec r.211 Tv 51
May 51 52V6 40 50
Oats, No. 2
Sept 33 33 32 32'
Dec 34 31 33 33,t
May 3GV4 37 3G 3G
Mess pork, per barrel
Sept H.G7W 11.75 11. GO 11.ro
Oct 11.7-iA 11. So lL.G7ii 11.67
Jan 13.00 13.05 12.85 12.S7
Lard, per 100 pounds
Sept G.95 G.97'. G.90 G.92VA
Oct 7.05 7.07' 7.02" 7.02
Jan '7.10 7.12& 7.07', 7.07V
Short ribs, per 100 pounds
Sept 7.37', 7. l2Vd 7.35 7.35
Oct 7.I71A 7.52J.f. 7.47','j 7.-)7li
Jan G.S2V& G.S2Mj G.75 G.75
Cash quotations wcro as follows: Flour,
steady; No. 2 spring wheat, $1.10; No 3,
$1.10U1.10; No. 2 red. $1 05; No. 2 corn.
G3c; No. 2 yellow. olc; No. 2 oats, 31V,c;
No. 2 white. 31i'j?35c; No. 3 while. 23'g'
3lc; No 2 rye. 73''874c ; good feeding
barley. 4043c; fair to choice malting, 47
(avSc; No. 1 flaxseed. SI. 19; No. 1 North
western. SI. 20; prime timothy seed, S2.E0:
mess pork, por bbl., $U.G711.70; lard, per'
100 lbs., SG.OOffG 92; short ribs sides
(loose). $7 3Og7.40; short clear sides
(boxed). SS.0O7J8.25; whisky, basis of high
wines, SI. 28; clover, contract grade, $12.50.
RECEIPTS AND SHIPMENTS.
Articles Ree Phtti
Flour, barrels 15.200 1G.SO0
Wheat, bushels 140.000 2S.G00
Corn, bushols 17G.S00 247,000
Oats, bushels 2GS.20O . 102.700
Rye. bushels 7,000 14.200
Barley, bushols 14,300 9.000
On tho produce exchange today tho but
ter market was firm: creameries. UtMSc;
dairies, 12ffl5Vc Eggs steady; 13'al6,ic
Cheeso firm. SftOc.
I NEWS NOTES BY WIRE
ST. LOUIS, Aug 25. Rev. Henry Bass.
73 years old, of London, England, died
suddenly at the Inside Inn toda. Mr.
Bass's mission to tho world's fair was to
wrllo a book on the exposition for a re
ligious publication In London.
CHICAGO. Aug. 25. Referring to the
appointment of a peace committee by tho
Chicago City Council. President Donnelly
of the butcher workmen said today that
ho would not sco the Mayor and city com
mlttco before tomorrow.
CHICAGO, Aug. 25. J. Ogdon Armour
reappeared at the stockyards today, hav
ing suddenly returned from his vacation
In the East.
NEW YORK, Aug. 25. Philip Welnsl
mer, president of the Building Trades Al
liance, under indictment on a chargo of
extortion, entered a plea of not guilty
today. Three separate motions for dis
missal and delay were overruled. Weln
simer was released on $2000 bonds.
ST. LOUIS, Mo., Aug. 25. A man, sup
posed from papers found ln a coat loft
lying on the bridge to be Frank McC'or
mlck of Wlnterhaven, Fla., committed
suicide today by leaping from tho Eads
bridge into tho Mississippi river.
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Aug. 25. At n meeting
today of the German Veterans' associa
tion of North America at the world's
fair, a cablegram was sent to Emperor
William rendering to him "the enthusi
astic homage" of the German veterans.
FORT RILEY, Kan., Aug. 25. The pre
sentation of the cash prizes, trophies and
medals ln the national team shoot, which
was finished yesterday, was made today
by Capt. McComb. Tho New York team
was given tho first prize, consisting of the
national trophy, which may bo held for
one year, and $500 ln cash
ST. LOUIS, Mo.. Aug. 25. Tho national
convention of Psl Omeg,a general frater
nity was called to order today by Dr. R.
F. Frlcfell of Pittsburg. A general dis
cussion was called forth by the paper
"Fraternity Finance" read by Dr. G. F.
James of San Francisco.
ESOPUS. N. Y.. Aug. 25. Judge and
lillb. VllWU 1J Will IIIICIJU UK," llil-
lenvllle fair on August 31, accompanied
by a number of friends. Tho fair grounds
are very near McCord. N. Y., where
Judge and Mrs. Parker lived for several
NEW YORK. Aug. 25. It has dovoloped.
that tho killing of Salvotoro Bonaoto ear
ly yesterday In his father's Italian boarding-house
ln Park street was not connect
ed with tho "Black Hand" or Mafla so
cieties, buL a crime of ordinary' charactor
and committed by a drunken rolatlvo of
the young man's mother.
NEW YORK. Aug. 25. In an opinion by
Judge Summcrvillo, the classillcation
board of United States pcncral appraisers
has decided that an allowance must bo
mado for absorption of sea wator In de
termining the dutlablo value of merchan
dise. NEW YORK. Aug. 25. William Her
bert, who led In tho rescuo of a man
knocked lno Newark bay by a fast train
leaving Jersey City for tho west, and who
was arrested when tho train reached
Elizabeth, N. J., has been held to await
tho action-of the grand Jury on u charge
NEW YORK, Aug. 25. Charged with
having uttered worthless checks, a man
who registered two weeks ago at a Brigh
ton Beach summer hotol as "Count A.
Gorhard M. Z11 Progon, Lieutenant U. S.
A.," has boen locked up ln the Shccpshead
Bay police station, Later It developed
that tho man was a prlvato In the Eighth
ST. LOUIS, Aug. 25. Desplto stories of
tho possibility of Sunday opening which
havo been printed broadcast of late, it has
been declared by a representative ofj the
exposition company that such a discussion
was not taken seriously by tho board of
directors or tho executive committee.
To Eureka, Aug. 28, Via. D, & E. Q.
Special train leaves Salt Lako 8:30 a.
nl. Returning, leaves Eureka 8,:4G p. m.
Baseball contest. Dubel Tailors vs.
Eureka Bartenders; $1000 side bet. It
Will he a. great content. s
MOOSE IN A CITY.
Animal Causes Much Excitement in
St.JJokns, W. B.
ST. JOHNS, N. By Auc.. 25. A big
cow moose spent an exciting day ln
this city of GO.OOO Inhabitants.
Bright and early the moose landed
then turning back from the water,
at the Strait shore, above the city, and
passed up Sheriff street, down the main
street and along Paradise row. A big
crowd following the moose seemed to
disturb her littlo. Her voyage of sight
seeing in town was made at a placid
nnd unconcerned gait. She looked about
at houses and shops. She stayed a long
time In Spring street, all unmolested
by the citizens.
Finally the moose started through
Charlotte street, where amazed mer
chants saw her bulky . form passing
their shop windows. At King square
the moose took a dainty lunch from the
ornamental shrubbery. By this time
the crowd at her heels made her some
what nervous and she trotted down
Spring street to the lower part of the
city. Hero she rambled about until af
ternoon, when tired out and dripping
with perspiration she lay down at the
Battery, the lowest point of the city.
Boys then began to torment the
moose. Her condition excited the pity
of Patrick Mooney, who ordered one of
his teamsters to put her Into a cart,
drive her out Into the country and lib
erate her. The weary creature made
no resistance and rested content In the
wagon until she was in sight of tho
woods. Then she trotted away to free
dom. Mr. Mooney took several pic
tures of the animal and a hundred ko
daks in town mado snap-shots of her
In the course of her wanderings.
Little. Pearl's baby sister had died be
fore It was a week old, and sorrow reign
ed In the home. Pearl had not seen
much of the now baby, but was Just as
grlovcd as the rest of tho household.
After the funeral, however, she seemed
to think It was her duty to comfort her
mother, who was much shocked one day
to her Pearl say In the most serious of
"Mamma, I wouldn't cry if I was you.
I think God only sent that baby on ap
proval, anyway." LIppIncott's.
Trade is as honest here as
anywhere else; but it has to
be hard, when nobody knows
the goods, and the risk is on
both Ipuyer. and seller.
With Schilling's Best there
is no risk for either; money
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block. Denver. Colo.
Of Special Stockholders' Meeting of
the New York Tonopah Gold
Notlco Is hcreoy given that a special
meeting of. the stockholders of tho Nc"
York Tonopah Cold Mining company .
hereby called to bo held at tho main offlco
of tho, company In room S22 Doolv block,
Salt Lake City. Utah, on Friday, Sept 2.
ISO!, at the hour of 2 p. m. The object of
tho meeting Is to contlrm by vote the ac
tion of Its board of directors ln disposing
of Its real and personal property to the
Nov,' York Tonopah Consolidated Mining
company of Arizona.
Duo notlco of a special meeting has been
mailed to tho stockholders of record of
Dated Aug. 2. 10OI.
B. L. BROWN, President
Frank L. Krclder. Secretary. z!77
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Engineer's Office,
Salt Lako City, Utah. Aug, 24, 1001.
Notice Is hereby given that Joseph Y.
Larson and D. B. Brlnton, whoso post
offlco address la Murray. Utah (Rural Free
Delivery Route No. 4), have mado appli
cation ln accordance with the require
ments of chapter 100 of the Session Laws
o'f Utah, 1M3. to appropriate two-thirds
(2-3) of a second-foot of tho water flow
ing from Big Willow spring, situated ap
proximately ln tho center of the cast half
of section 1, township 2 south, range 1
east, Salt Luke ba.so and meridian, to be
diverted by means iOf a dam nnd flume nt
a point Just below where said 3prlng Is
sues and from where tho water will bo
conveyed through a flumo and pipe for a
dlstunco of about 4000 feet, and there Im
used from March 1. to December 31 of
each year for the Irrigation of aaout sixty
acres of land in tho. southwest quarter
of tho southwest quarter of section 1,
and In the couth half of tho southeast
quarter of section 2, township 2 south,
range 1 oast, Salt Lake base and meri
dian, in Salt Lako county, Utah. So much
of Bald wator as may bo necessary for
watering live stock owned by said appli
cants will bo used. It Is claimed by ap
plicants that tho wator flowing from said
spring Is now wholly wasted through
ceepago and evaporation.
All protests against tho granting of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor,
must bo mado by affidavit and filed In
this offleo after thirty (30) days and be
foro sixty (GO) dayn from tho date hereof.
A. F. DOREMUS, Stato Engineer.
First publication August 21; last Sep
tember 23. ,
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I COMMSSSEON CO. I
t' Continuous quotations on N(w
H York Stocks and Chicago Grain.
We buy and sell stocks and grain 3
S on margin or for cash. Our private a
r; room3 cnablo our customers to fcj
W come In and' transact busincso with 1
th utmpst secrecy. 51
i Write or coll for our Book of In M
?. formation ("System of Specula- jj
'j lion"). free upon application. I
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A Members Salt Lake Stock and 3
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Ponaunontly Cured. Yon crii bo trcnted at homo
under am ffuaranty. Capital &00.000. Wo solicit
tho most obsiloato cacea. Yo hnvo cured tho worst
caws in 15 to 35 tlnys. Ir you hrve tnUcn mercury,
JodiOo poiwh n tii! still liavn nehes nnl pains. Mucus
Patches In Mouth. Soro Throat, Plroplos, Copper
Colorod Spots. Clears on say iwrlot tho body.Hsir
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New and elegant in all its appointments,
rooms, single or cn sulto. 51 rooms with
bath. Q, S. Holmes. Proprietor.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THIS
Third Judicial District of the Stato of
Utah. . County of Salt Lake. John A.
Odin, plaintiff, vs. N. It. Waterman aild E.
D Waterman, doing business as Water
man Brothers, and George Stephen, de
Tho State of Utah to the said defend
ants. You are hereby summoned to ap
pear within twenty days after tho sorvlao
of this summons upon you. if served with
in the county In which this action is
broughC otherwise within thirty days
after service, and defend the above en
titled action; and in case of your failure
so to do. judgment will be rendered
against you according to the demand of
tho complaint, a copy of whlcji is here
with served upon you.
G. IT. BACKMAN,
P. O. Address. 42 Commercial block, Salt
-Lake City. Utah. z!377
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial "district of the State of
Utah, county, of Salt Lake-Graco A.
Soott. plaintiff, vs. Fred A. Scott, defend
The State of Utah to tho said defendant:
Your are hereby summoned to appear
within twenty days after the service of
this summons upon you, if served within
tho county In which thle action is brought,
otherwise within thirty days after ser
vice, and defend the above entitled action;
and ln case of your failure so to do, Judg
ment will be rendered against you accord
ing to the demand of the complaint, of
which a copy Is herewith served upon
you. JAMES T. SMITH.
P. O. address, 7-i Hooper block, Salt
Lako City. Utah. y2132
IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE
Third Judicial District of the State of
Utah, County of Salt Lake. G. D. Miles.
Plaintiff; V8. Juliclt Miles, Defendant
Summons. The State of Utah to tho said Defendant
You aro, hereby sumoncd to apear with
in twenty days after the service of till:.
summons upon you. if served within the
County ln which this action Is brought,
otherwise, within thirty days after ser
vice, and defend tho above entitled ac
tion; and In case of your failure so to
do, Judgment will be rendered agalnht
vou according to the demand of the com
plaint of which a eppy Is herewith served
SOREN X. CHRISTENSEN,
P. O. Address 420 and 121 Atlas block.
Salt Lake City. Utah. 1 , z7SS
NOTICE TO WATER USERS.
State Engineer's office, Salt Lake City.
Utah. Aug. 21. 1MJ.
Notice Is hereby given that Emma Bur
mester. whose postofflco address Is 1217
Fourth street. Salt Lake City, Utah, has
mado application In accordance with the
requirements of chapter 100 of the Ses
sion Laws of Utah, 1003, to appropriate
eighteen hundredths (0.13) of a second
foot of the water flowing from that cer
tain spring situated in Salt Lake City
and county, at a point which Is distant
about 153 feet west and 420 feet north of
the southeast corner of section 2D, town
ship 1 north, range 1 east, Salt Lake baso
and meridian, to bo diverted by means
or a settling tank at the point where the
spring Issues and from where the water
will be conveyed through a pipe for a
distance of about 1000 feet and there be
used from January 1 to December 31, in
clusive, of each ear. During the Irri
gation season of each year tho water
will be used for tho Irrigation of about
two and one-half acres or land embraced
In lots 3 and I. block 33, plat G, Salt
Lake City survey. At all seasons of tho
year tho water will be used for supply
ing ponds to propagate trout and for cu
linary purposes on tho abovo described
All protests against tho'grantlng of said
application, stating tho reasons therefor,
must be made by affldavit and flled lnj
this office after thirty (30) days and be-
foro sixty ($0) days from the date hereof.
A. F. DOREMUS.
First publication August 21; last Sep
tember 23. -
j The Largest Most Sani- il I'll
tary and Best Creamery J Wi !jl
J euKf ' I l
g Our new quarters jusf com- ? pf:!
'pleted, new building nnd now !
machinery throughout. -1- " gX-.j li
1 Faost -Creamery I j 1
I & Supply Co. I I ill
I EUREKA BUTTER. . m! Hifl
S All Dealers. $ . fJf!M
551-3-5 WEST THIRD SOUTH. 2! W
v to Irs.
NOTICE OF ASSESSMENT. , , j ! H
Joe Bowers Mining company, principal Wu I'1
place of business at Salt Lake CitV. Utah; mt ;l
Notice in hereby given that at a meeting jjM' I)'1!
of the directors, held on the 20th day of Shr,
August, 191, an a!sr.sment of one (1) I'h' K'l
cent per share (being assessment No. 12). fp ' jH
was duly levied on the capital stock ot Say " j fH
the corporation, payable Immediately to bfl
P.. T. Burton, Jr., secretary of the com- ?ft li
pany. at the office of the company, room' It
City 2UM" F" AVal'kor bldc" SaIt L,ko- l$f M 11
Any stock upon which this assessment 'fyl f
may remain unpaid 011 the 24th day of fiT j KH
September. 194. will be dellnuuent aitf. ' ifij' "' IcM
advertised for sale at public auction, and m i ' u!H
unless payment I made bTore, will ril'l
sold on the 15th day ot October, l&Oi, to Uffj'i . I H
pay the delinquent assessment, together KH
with the cost of advertising and expense ftc(3 I IL'H
of sale. R. T. BURTON, JR., Flit i 1 f 'l
Room No. 225 D. F. Walker bldg., Salt Wtj
Lake City. Utah. zl71S fiij . I
ASSESSMENT; NO. 9. jk
Wabash Mining company. Principal & ' fl
place of business.i Salt Lake City, Utah. IM j'l l il
Notice Is hereby given that at a meeting 5;J 1 f'M
of the board of directors, held on the 22nd xf. Mil '
day of August, VMi, an assessment of five 5pj - 1 '
cents (5c) per share was levied on tbo fjU .j ji
capital stock of the corporation, payable faV'j M
on or before tho 23rd day of September, ?M M
IDOL to W, Mont. Ferry, secretary, at 5l- U r,1!
room 521 Atlas block, West Second South tj' !J
street. Salt Lake City, Utah. Any stock ,'jfv'j, , fl
upon whLoh- thla assessment may remain .fjij i '
unpaid on the 23rd day of September, 1904. &'. 1
will be delinquent and advertised for sale " U 1
at public auction, and unless payment Is Ht , If'
made before will be sold on the 10th day aH- ,i
of October, VYA. to pay tho delinquent as- I ' il -H
scssmcnt, together with the cost of ad- m; "tH
vertising and expense of sale. ; U 'H
W. MONT. FERRY. Secretary. " ! ,
Location of office, 521 Atlas block, Salt m'IT ''M
Lako City. Utah. zl72l ' '
DELINQUENT NOTICE. ', ijiil
The Parafflne OH company-, of Utah. i ' L U
Principal placo of business. Salt Lake iv2! M
City, Utah. There are delinquent upon 5;; i . , '4
the following described stock on account ' ftf K
of assessment No. 3, levied on the 13th- i M ,
day of July. 1961. the several amounts 60t Al-t1' li 'ill
opposite the names of the respective ." -,
stockholders as follows: -S 1 ':H
No- I1 !,
Cert. Names. Shares. Amt. if ,y,
5S Ada'P. MInklor K0 .60 - . h
71 Amanda Anderson 100 .i0 j y, AAlM
77 Amanda Anderson 100 .50 , , u)
50J Amanda Anderson 100 .60' : 1,11
90-George S. Sims 100 .50 SV. il
D2 Amanda Anderson 300 1.00- iH
I(r2-Francl3 Tate 1.000 5.C0 'l ( (
,105 Ada P. Minkler 100 .50 m .,H
110 Christ Dehner 1(0 .50 .J a iH
113 Ruby Russell 100 .50 V !
115 Francis Tato 1.500 7.60 .n j
117 Rose Lamb , 1,000 5. CO 1 i , ' W
120 Robt. Sherwood SO, COO 100.00- JzJ 'tH
130 Frederick St. Clair 140 .70 3-'t: ' J
131- Ell7.a Mahew 150 ' .75 ikl .
I39-C. II. Dehner , 1C0 .0 J ,
'Ill to MG-IIowes C. AVallaoe. 8,700 1S.50 P,.. . t H
9-Win. N. Knapton 55 .27 A 1 l
UC-Ada P. W. Minkler . 4S0 2.23. JM f
157 Frank L. Beatie 1,000 5. GO W
1C1 Nettie M. Spratley 1,000 5.C0 ' 'pH
177 George Morrow 10.000 50.00 itl ., Jfl
17U-Geprge Morrow 5.000 ' 25.00 Lll ' !M
ISO Amanda Anderson 500 2.rj9 Vl 'iftH
199- B. F. Moore 1.E00 7.60 i !, Iffi
200- C. H. Dehner 80 .40 1 j V ' ' !
209 A. McKee Rankin I.COO 5.C0 I i : ,tl ,!
210- Edward I. Ratcliffe 5,000 25.00 ' J . 1 aH
213 Ellen G. White 215 1.10 if :l '
21S-B. F. Moore 2,600 12.50 jl'r
220 T. Rs Sundberg 350, 1.75. f ', .IrH
221 Flora Sundberg 2i0 1.2 3r
223 MayU-lIe Sunilbdrg .... 350 .75 'ffH
22G A. P. Christenson 8.0W 40.00 4?j ! S H
231 Minnie Lockwltz 250 L26 H 1 q:H
251 T. H. Esperson 500' 2.50 3,1 '
25C B. F. Moore 1,290 . 6.45 i ' s T 1
26S-I. D. Spratley 960 -1.E0 .:!v
2C3 Win. Coles 41C 2.08. 5j(
200 Amnnda Anderson 1,030 20.00 Cl
2C7 Estella Neft 1,000 5.00 it-, f'H
270- Geo. S. Slras 1.0C0 5.00 fit. . Vl
271- C. IL, Dehner 1.000 G.C0 Si
272- 1. P.ypratt , 500 2.50 in
274- MInnle l.ockwltz - 5,000 25.C0 1 ' M
277-1. I. Vodra.' 200 1.C0 P if'H
275 I. I. Vodra 11T .57. ,M
205 Mae Llsonbee 600 2.50 '!:' I'lH
Martha Llsonbeo 1.000 5.C0 . '
304 E. I. Tumor 2.000 10.T0 j f - f f-H
And in accordance with law and tho or- lit . IiH'H
der of the board of directors, mado tho 'f'l i -H
13th day of July, 1004, so many of the JS.
eharcs of each parcel of such stock na ' J"
may be necessary will be sold at the of- a.1' t ,y
flee of the company. 407 Constitution f ") 1 ,
building. Salt Lake City. Utah, on tho Y.-
1st day of Sept.. 191, at 12 o'clock noon, iVS iSiI
to pay delinquent assessment, togcthor -f , V'H
with the coat of advertising and expenso t, )J
of gale. DR. C. BARRETT, Secretary. . ' I II
No. 407 Constitution bldg., Salt Lako i ,1 ;
City. Utah. ih ' 1, H
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