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The Salt Lake herald. [volume] (Salt Lake City [Utah]) 1870-1909, March 20, 1904, Last Edition, Section Two, Image 14

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Gold Mountain Mountainand and Beaver BeaverCounty BeaverCounty 8averCounty
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With the filing 111 of tSae articles r < le of In Incorporation Incorttlo IncorporatIon ¬
corttlo corporation of f the he StanUard Stddar Power Pow com company cm cmpan cornpany ¬
pany pan yesterday y yeste an n vniprprise ntprpn was w for formally formally ¬
mally ma1 launched I which wh1 hat for to its 11 ohiof alol ob objfrt objc objtt
jfrt jc the furnishing hshlnc of tlieslp tdp power pwr and andlight alHllight adlight
light to the th mining mlnln camits camJ of Gold 01 Moun Mountain Io 1ountam ¬
tain tam and Heaver Bevf county unt It I is not an n en enierpri c enterprise
ierpri terr terprise e of hasty baat IladYue illadvitied origin or n but butj It Itin ttj
in j the Ue outgrowth oDoba of four t years el of work workin workin workrn
in rn the te acqtueement acqUumet acqd rnen of ground rovnd tnd on the water waterfront wal waterfront r rtrolt
front trolt of the th Sever See rfvct rec rtve ground Crukl 1O1U4t which whichLompflses whichCOlntt WhItheoinpflsec
Lompflses COlntt 1519 151 acres tcre tnretchlng front IromMarysvule 1101 frontMaryavul
Marysvule Iarys le to the the Sevler SeVer river rver and an tor torevery lortcr tortvery
every tcr acre of which whih the company lias liassecured laK laKaure 1baIaiccured
secured aure title Ute from frm the government vemment vernrn HL The Thepreliminary loeprellnlnr Jepreliminary
preliminary prellnlnr work of measuring me8tng the thestream thettrm thestream
stream ttrm getting get the fall and an d securing urtng the theright th4 theright
right to use ufe the water for the purposes purposesnp purpoeeespclfkd
np spclfkd ptftN clfi Hl m t the companys charter chrer have havealready hlwealrd havealready
already alrd he beeo ti a attendedto atene mpy to and nd in audition auditiont aditon aditonto
t to < > that the proposition proplUon has ha been n fully rBy
financed financedThe fnance fl nancedrhe
The ne nca r company i Ie capitalized at 1 1MiOtiOo 1IVt 1the
tompn II capltIH
MiOtiOo IVt the shares having a par value lu of
1 eaeh Wiltard Ilrd F Snyder Str p to 1 president presidentHubert pceehlentEtobert
Hubert robrt Forrester Forter view v president edenl pent pentrobrt J U UAVelmer l BWdiner
AVelmer hnpr secretary Mlb and nd treasurer trurer Those Thosewith Ti T111f50fth
with ib fth Frank fran Worthing Vorhlnc and James Jale Long Le Lejr
jr comprise the boardof bord lof directors director J T
Breckon Brtkon the well wel Down civil and min mining ml mlII mtIng ¬
ing II engineer enline and surveyor un yor who has done doneall doneul doneall
all ul the th preliminary pnUmlr work ork will wi be in incharge Inchage Incharge
charge chage of the th th future futur ftold work and con construction construrUon construction ¬
struction under unfr the dfeeetkm d Uon of Robert
Forrester Forreter and his hlllcate associates in the Ameri American AmerIcan ¬ I Ican
can Geological G ol cl Engineering En lntrog company companyr compn rompen rompenwith I IWIth
WIth 8ntra gineral I ofl offices Il IlL the Dool Dooty bUid bull
InK thi this dt tIty Speaktu oC the purpones purponesof
Spklu PUIHe PUIHeuf
uf > r thc standard Standad company mpIL yesterday YMteday Mr Mrorrestvr Ir
Forrester Jtrrltr said saidIt sid sidI saidIt
It I is i the Intention Intento taTjegin to work with without without ¬
out delay Ielav and before bfore U thi th gn season is Inwc over overw Orshnlf
w wc shnll shnlf have a plant plnt lostle Installed that wll
bo b caimblc OtRbk of generatisg 8tnetg between btw n 4 4Ind 4IL 4ILltHd > 00 00and
and Ind 0000 O OW horsepower horpwer To 0 round run out our ourT ourilsn I
T 1lans ilsn > l ns will wi cost COt In the neighborhood lehbrhood ot otsrnoo
500090 O and an the th extreme extreE length Inlth of our I
distributing lines be from
rirlhutul Ine will b frm seventy YE t
five to eighty bty miles mn Itlsthe I11 ltis tl the companys
intention 1nttnton to first tnt supply the Gold cmPnys cmPnys1nttnton Moun ¬
tln tam tain 4tstrkt irtrlct fptrlt but before we are through throughw throu h hI
w shall I supply upp1 the nnUu mines of In
dian < Creek Cr k and the entire section around arounds
Milford lut l Prieco tind nd Ind1Hle we hope
Mr Ir 1ifwhou jewhuuses e s properties pro proportleahand rtle and all other otheroiMrating otherol otherosarating
oiMrating ol > ratlrlg companies coIJU1IThe cornpssnieThe
The < ost of generating power by steam steamc steamst steamests
c ests st ts from JW i to J8S IS per horsepower OrsepOwer per permonth permonth permonth
month and as against Jqt that we > propose
to furnish our patrons with a firstclass firstclassservice tIntclassIIrICf ftrcIassservice
service at a rate ra Il not exceeding i 7 per
horsepower > r By so doing doha we hope to tomake tomake tomake
make it possible for many properties to tooperate tooperate tooperate
operate at a profit which whJchotherwt oth otherwise rvis would wouldomlIed
bo compelled to remain rt maln kilo kI Our engin engineers englnfIR enginfrS ¬
fIR frS will be In the field fI d next we week k and andas ands
as It soon rf IfI the American A n companys en enKlneers englnAr8 engInsr
Klneers have ha e prepared the plans and es esT MtlmtH e etimates
T tlmtH I mutes Hctual construction of our plant plantwill plantwill plantwihi
will begin beginIt
It ws was nearly four ocr years ago a o that that1rS
Messrs Snyder and Welmer first t began beganlooking beJlanlookln beganlooking
looking lookln < into the proposition which haafinally baa 1msfinally baafinally
finally culminated in the organUation of oftlie ottilt ofthe
tilt Standard St ndsrd company and the raising raisingof
4 nr > f the funds to carry out the enterprise enterpriseand enter e eHn
and Hn while nothing nothln has ba been said about aboutto
a t thp they have worked continuously since sincetn sinceIt
to It pi plal a < e the th proposition on its feet Ob Obstacles Obtaele ObtacIee ¬
stacles < innumerable have > been met and andKiicceN And1l andsuccessfully
successfully KiicceN 1l ftiUy fuJl overcome and when the cor corporate corporate I Iporate
porate articles were filed t1 > yesterday t lIIt rda tho tho1at th thslit tholast
slit stumbling stone to success uC had been beenswept be4nPt beenwppt
swept > Pt aside > a condition of affairs affl for forwhich forwhhh forwhich
which Mr Forre Forrester tel has been in no sent small smollfi smallhgrte 11 11octree
fi octree rte responsible responsibleKrom rt8pOneJblrom rspons1bieFrom
From rom row en an t will 11I be bustle bu tle and
hustle and by y this time next year the thecompany thecmparl thempary
company mpary expects ex te t have been bet n the direct directmeans dlrEctmP3 dtr ct ctmoans
means mP3 of giving Jfl mining Iuin < In the districts districtsmentioned cll districtsmentioned trlcts trlctsmntlonfd
mentioned the one thing above all others otherswhich otherswhlrh otherswhlrh
whlrh they have been craving cravlnsel cravingcheap cravingcheaphxwer cheap cheappower ai ailJOwer >
power lJOwerU
Number of Issued Shares Baing Re Reduced Reduced Beducod ¬
duced to an n Even 400000 400000We
We w e understand that the present p t capital capitalFt t1tpltaltOk
Ft tOk rk of the United States Mining com cemjany comJanr m mpany
jany in the hands of the public is but but441o
4 1110 < iT irtO share > as compared with hh 410260 410260f 419200hlftf1I 410250ha1es
f h hlftf1I res Issued says the Boston Bo ton News Xew8llu Xew8llurpa Bu Bunail IluV ¬
nail rpa V II Of t the 41930V 4J share issued 6000 6000have 6000Ilan 6050have
have betn held hi the treasury trealtur of the thecompany the1Jmn theompany
company 1Jmn and quit recently 8CIIJO WO shares eb res
have bll yto bpfn n purchased pUlCha fld in the open market marketand marketHnd marketand
and platva in the treasury it apparently apparentlythe a parentl parentlLfin
Lfin < the t r purpose > u of the manarement
not to have h1 the issued capital stock of ofthe oCt
the t h company compiL ny exceed tX 400WO H tOO hartS The TheInitcd TheI lbe1l1it4
Initcd I fllt States Mining company comp n will ill prob probably prohably probably ¬
ably not is I jes a report until October when whenihe wbnIW whenthe
the annual ann 1111 meeting will be held heldIt heldIt heldit
It is too early as yet tt to 1t decide upon the
llvlden 1hl d 1 policy and the subject has never neverIxen neverl1wiIJerttI neverbeen
been considered by b the th management manA tnaent but butIt bUtIt butit
It is the th understanding among amon leading leadloar1nff1fIt
inrrents < In the property prop > rt that an initial Inillacltdend
dividend of 50 U J cents per t r shure will be de de
clured dar d in July Jul and if earnings continue continueas
as a at f present it is quIt ltl probable e that thatmother thatanother
mother o dividend II of 50 tents tI tIwill per share sharevili slut re rewill
will be declared de < Iand In October > r thus placing
the sto stock < k upon a 52 Z per annum basis
Th The United States Stat Mining company has hasa h ha
a floating rlo tlnJr dbt of about 300000 and is I ex expending < cxpending x xJtndlD ¬
pending < between S3M ftAOO and j09000 40 000 in the
building huildln of < a lead smelter > r to treat the
lead ems in its Btngnam Bln ham proverties prol rtle All Allof Alltlr Allof
of the tb above a t IH eacpted Kp et 4l J to be cared for
luring lur1n i J4 M out of earnings in addition to toHMvlnir todhlderods tojaytng
jaytng HMvlnir dhlderods dhlderodsTh dtvid > IKtH r uds udsThe < 1 < i iThe
The Th I lnltttd nitert States Mining < companys companyssmelter comPfUlsmtcltr companysnelter
smelter will have Its sixth furnace ready read readn
i < > ao o into n fommtsstnn within thirty t tlIrtiace days daysAll da
All i the work Q kmlr In the construction of c thte thteiiirriace t ttirnace
iiirriace tirnace bus ha been done d ne at the companys companysii cumpan cumpann
n sho shops al Ii contilderable saying Ti In ex ec ecI
1 I > ii < although althou h naturally the work has hasr hasrul1t1 hasriuirei
r rul1t1 < iulre i more time With th a sixth fur furnace furJlille furIla4e ¬
nace In f omtnlislon the United States Statessmelter StatritRI Stateenitter
smelter tRI > hfr should treat 1350 ton tons of ore per Pfrflay perilay
lay The rlll smelter Jilmelt Is now treating < about
1 11 1l tons per Itr day cia Work ark has already
len U 111 n started upon the foundations of the the1ad the1ad
1ad smelter which blcb will have a battery batteryuf
uf r twelve roavter roaf This smelter in not notptrted D 1tx notptvtcd
< x ptrted to be completed before the close cJoeetit
tit > f the year yenrTRENAM yearTBZENAH enr enrTRBNAH
Proportias in Beaver lAke District DistrictBrought DistrictBrought DistrictBrought
Brought Under One Plag PlagA
A dual dl was wa closed In this city yesterday e terdy
w Hereby the properties of the Beaver
Consolidated kiMI M Ben Harrison h compa eumpaiiit Um Umlt
11 iiit lt it operating in j B Heaver av r Lake district l t toMOlldated
Baver It aver e county L u are consolidated I The
Consolidated company tOmp Dr Ja called the thetrhiarrlson Deav DeavtrHarrtson D av avirHarrison
irHarrison Mining compmty Its tiMnital taI
ization l beIng > fixed at t Ijmjm Ie4i stonrw sIIIar the theMjckholKm UtettoJckbolftcr thettckhoilers
MjckholKm in the older companies rw rwDiving re
< Diving ln share for share e in the new while
i 1000 09 shares go into the trentMry The Thestock Tbelitoek Theatoek
stock of tilt tAi new corporattoit to made madeac madeaseasable
ac aseasable f > eBable ble h however wev r as a levy Ie of S cents centsH eenta
a share will 111 wii wipe C c out the indebtedness of of1Otb
hath of the old
companies and provide a aorklng aworklnle aworking
working capital < as well it Is hardly hard I
likely jjk J that the treasury stock st Kk < will be betouched IJeucbed beuuebed
touched ucbed at aU J JJ J Trenam the father fatherf
flf f the old companies and the manager Jnana er of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the properties pr rtlee has worked hard to bring bringabout brinKa bringabOut
about a t the consolidation in the belief that thatbetter thathc thatbetter
better hc ttr results can ranbe be accomplished at less lessexpense IHIIxPfn lessexpense
expense xPfn e by operating operatJ through thro h one cur corporation COIrtJon curporatlun ¬
poration porationThe poratlunThe rtJon rtJonThe
The consolidated eon olklate company owns over tOO 409acres tOOlWItS 400ares
acres of groundright IO8Und gr iifldrlght rJJit m In the heart of the themineral themlnral themineral
mineral zone of the e district tU trkt The shaft shaftn
nn < > n the Beaver Con portion of the ter territory terrlrory tsrrftory ¬
ritory has been put down to a depth pth of ofOn ofvt
On feet and While it to the intention to tokeep tokp tokeep
keep on sinking akln < until the ground has hasixen haslen
len 140 opened til a depth of LOOt feet ex explorations explnttiolU oxpinrationa ¬
plorations on the SMfoot level will 11I he hentinuid hfnntinmd herntinued
ntinuid The nroperty ropert in one c nt r uf f the thet thpquippld thest
t > st oi > t equipped in I the district and with wit the theshowing th thhwlng thehwing
showing already wade ManaST Trenam Trenamlian Trnamlisa
lisa 1ul no doubt of hhV h ablTUy to mike or ofiio orI
iio I 11 lip property one on of Ut th t ti best t producers of ofoppcr oter of4Pper
oppcr < er ore In that htptrtIn t portion of Utah UtahREADY T1Lah1UADY ITLhBEADYFO
READY BEADYFO > TO SHIP ORE OREPreparations OREPropRraHons OREPreparations
Preparations Por Extensive Cam Campaign CampAign Campaign
paign at the Maghern MaghernOgden MaghernOfdn ITagheraOgden
Ogden March ISDofl Don Maguire the theell thed theeII
ell d known 5OWfl miner mfn mlneraloglt ralortt logl t who ho recently recentlyvlsttedj reccnUyIa re4cntlyit4
vlsttedj Ia > he Xapoleon apolo end i1 nd Magheru Iaghf > ta copper copperlIoperties < H op > pper ppeririiivrtlen r rnPrllefil
iriiivrtlen tn theSMwi t the SI4 Ma4ra 1 district districti
i jM dufU J1 > > sanguine an lIineOr over the outlook tor the theyp thevrpertj thepipery
yp vrpertj > perty lie says 8S the eumpauy omliHl i Ial pre
I paring to develop the group gr up on an ex ¬
tensive fcaJe F < this summer and has al alreay alI atrosy
rosy rNt constructed roads and pack trails trailsmaking trailsmakln trailsmaking
making makln the place more accessible while
I tunneling tunnelrng aggregating about 300 00 feet has
been done doneto donerhe doneThe
The property bas two copper lodes and andthe
J the vein now being worked runs from six sixto sixto
to fourteen feet in width and the ore orecarries orecarries orecarrIes
carries from 3 to 40 r per > or cent copper cOpPm3oreolr
Moreover the vein widens with depth dept111
The company owns twelve claims ahu ahuthe ahuthe am1 am1the
the properly Is I but twelve and a half halfmiles haltmiles halfmiles
miles north of Ogden OgdcaWELL OgdenW OgdeaWILL
Union Gas Pipe Line Li e Co O to Begin BeginOperations BeginOperations BeginOperations
Operations Next Month MonthAdvices MonthAdvlces MonthAdlcos
Advices from Plttsburg are to the cf cffsst cttut effeat
feat that the affairs of the UnionGas i iPipe =
Pipe Line company recently recentl organized in inthis Inthis Inthis
this city have been en rounded Into shape shapeand shapeand shapeand
and that operations will begin during the thecoming theromlng thecoming
coming month W S Ravenacroft presi president prtSltlent prestlent ¬
dent of the company writes that he and andan andan andan
an expert driller will reach here by the theath the5th theth
ath th of the month shortly shortl after which whichtime whlchtime whichtime
time a meeting of the th company will be beheld beheld tatheld
held and the permanent board of direct directors directors director
or ors and officers will lIIbe be named namedThere nam namedThere d dThtre
There is no doubt but that Mr Ir Ravet Ravetscroft RA RaYecscroft r rfcroft
scroft will be continued as a president pre ldent ant an1Thomas an anThomas antThomas
Thomas J Almy AIm as secretary seereta but when whencompleted whencompleted whencompleted
completed the thehoard hoard will contain ninein nineinsteadof nlneInlftdof nine in inatcodof ¬ I
steadof four Dames as mt at the organlza organlzatlon organization orgailizalion
lion when these men namedand named and H P PTayier Proter Prayer
Tayier rayer J H Bigger and J W V BoIlfiRtt BoIlfiRttof tt ttoC
of Plttsburg mane up the list It te lean leannounced an announced nnnounced ¬
nounced that those who will be beaddeu added to tothe tothe tothe
the board are ar M 1 S Kline J lIne president ot otthe otthe ofthe
the Elk Natolnal bank at Ridgeway Pa PaA PdA PaA
A J Wallace the th oil operator of Butler ButlerPa ButlerPa ButlerPa
Pa W C Bigger attorney attorn for the theWelch theelch theWelch
Welch elch Oil company of Cadiz 0 Dwight DwightM
M Lowry the noted Philadelphia lawyer lawyerami lawyerand lawyerand
and E A Halsey a Chicago capitalist capitalistOrders capitalistOrders capitalistOrders
Orders arc ar now b blng ing placed for the themachinery themachinery themachinery
machinery and equipment to be used usedpounding III IIIpounding < e epounling
pounding down the first well and as the theexperts theexplrts theexperts
experts who sized up the ground includ including IncludIng ineludlng ¬
ing Messrs Wallace Ravenscroft were werevery werever werevery
very partial to the tract over the Jordan Jordanriver Jordanrher Jordanriver
river secured from fromlr Mr Almy and others othersthereis othertherCls otherstherels
thereis little doubt or no doubt that the thofirst thefirst thefirat
first well will be sunk there The com companys companrs cornpanys ¬
panys possessions reach from there all ailalong allalong allalong
along the laid iid shorn to appoint in close closeproximity closproxlmlt clostproximity
proximity to the GuffeyGaley Ou fteyG ale holdings holdingsand holdingsand holdintsand
and there is no doubt that a well will bo boput boput boput
put down in that region as well W ll before beforetho beforethe beforethe
the season is it very SI far advanced advancedSIrtce advancedSirwe advunced510cc
SIrtce the organization or the he company companyMr compauII companyMr
Mr II Ravenscroft and his associates have haveworkM havework haveworlchd
workM work d rapidly plll1 to get things in shape shapeand shapeand shapeand
and it Is good oofl news to Hear so early earl in inly 18the inthe
the game that preparatlJIs are practical practically
ly completed to begin operations operationsOPERATIONS optr operfttlonrOPERATIONS tlonf tlonfOPERATIONS
Utah Mill Doing Good Work With WithScant WithScant WithScant
Scant Ore Supply SupplyBlngbam SupplyI
I Blngbam Bulletin BulletinExcellent BulletinExcellent BulletinExcellent
Excellent reports are arriving from the thelittle theCluster
Cluster companys mines and there h hlittle Is Islittle
little doubt that the Cluster will swell swellthe swellthe swellthe
the list of big producers before the year yearis yairIs yaris
is out outPresident outPrfshlent outPresident
President Stern and Manager Robinson Robinsonfrequent Robinsonfrlquent Robinsonfrequent
frequent visitors to the Yampa smelter smeltorare smelterarc
arc much pleaseQ with tho th manner in inwhich inwhich inwhich
which the plant has now settled down downto downto
to business 8 and the excellent work it is isdoing isdoln isdoing
doing doln Another furnace wilt be Installed Installedin
in the near future futureBy tutureBy futureBy
By Sunday Sunda the Copper Belt will be bereinforced bereInforced J JrelnCorCel
reinforced by b return from th shops of ofone ofone I Ione
one of its crippled engines thoroughly thoroughlyrepaired thoroughlYrepaired thoroughlyrepaired
repaired The other one w w1l U also soo so soP son sonbe i ibe
be P on duty and the new newtJlglne duglne ordertsfl ordertsflfrom orderOdrrom orderefrom
from Ohio Ohl is due to arrjye early earl m mApril I IAlltll inAirlI
April There will be work for all and andplont andpllnt andplent
plont of It ItThe ItThe itThe
The Utah companys mill has ha been beenrunning beenrunning
running runnln since Tuesday rupsda last without wflhouthtth a ahitch ehitch 1
hitch worth mentioning mentiOninliOXCCQdlng exceeding all ex expectations cxpoctations ¬
pectations pects tlons In this resurOCaXdiin reoU1U uU < in the thecellenco e ecelleneo
cellenco of its work Owing to a tem temporarily teqJporarlly ternporarlly ¬
porarlly scant ore > supply a moderate moderatetonnage moderatetonnage moderatetonnage
tonnage is reaching tha tht Ut crushers but in inquantity InQuantity inquantity
quantity sufficient to demonstrate that thatthe thatthe thatthe
the plant pl nt is a completa completaeUCCeSa < succe < < success in Ofery Oferypart qperypart fr frpart
part Yesterday the Copper Belt B lt duinpe duinpeseven 4 dppIseven 1lJPtf1 1lJPtf1seven
seven or eight t carloads of urc In the T nineand Dine Dineand lne lneand
and present prospects are that the road roadwill ro roadwilt d dw1l1 I
will soon be equipped to tomeet meet the be re re requirements
Qulrtments of the mRlntJi mfllu < less than thanGOO f
GOO tons dall daily I t I
Settlements in inLocal Local Market and andCopper andCopper andCopper
Copper Shipments Increase IncreaseThere IncreaseThere IncreaseThere
There was a marked increase in the ore oreand oreand oreand
and bullion settlements as reported In Inthe Inthe inthe
the open market during the weekby weettb > Mc McCornick McCornlck Ic IcCornick
Cornick Co The total was 481BQO as ascompared asrompared ascompared
compared with 5414000 during the week weekbefore Weekberore weekbefore
before The increase was largely duo to tothe tothe tothe
the settlements settlemt > nts for gold bullion reported reportedwith reportedlth reportedwith
with lth Consolidated Mercur as the chief chiefcontributor chiefcontributor chiefcontrIbutor
contributor Yesterday Yesterd s proportion ot otthe otthe ofthe
the total was JTOJOO 70O0 as follows Silver Silverlead Sliver1ead Silverlead
lead gold and copper > r ores 9 25100 > 100 base basebullion basebullion basebullion
bullion JS1500 gold bars 513a 513aThe 11800 11800The lZSt0The
The amount of coppor bullion carrying carryinggold Carllnggold carryinggold
gold and silver which was wagCoMoprdod forwarded forwtrdod from fromley fromtbe fromthe
the individual copper plants df the val vaJIe valhey
hey Ie was also in excess of the previous previousweek pre1ouSweek previousweek
week each of the threo plants recording recordinga recordlna
a gain 8In The record as obtained at the thecompanies thecomp thecompanies
companies comp nles offi ottitJII < s was wasas as follows followsBingham 1olowsBlnham oflows oflowsBiagham
Bingham Consolidated lgH2 lgH2United 18162rntted 1L62 1L62Vnlted
United States A sP fii50 fii50Ltah 2T90ttah
Utah Consolidated 3022SO
Total pounds poundsThe 73852 73852The 3S5The
The custom plant of the American com company compltn cornpn ¬
pany pltn was wa operated at itsusual Its usual capacity capacitywhile caPRCItwhile capacitywhile
while the Honertne company helped to toswell to5well toswell
swell the amount ef ore hi Its bias to the thetune thetune thetune
tune of something more than 400 tons Tfie Thebig TfiebI Tfiebig
big bI milling plant of the Honerine com company compan cornpany ¬
pany pan is dally adding to the mount of ofore orore ofore
ore treated and whoa whonit 4t is possible to tosend toHnd tosend
send the ores 8 from its minesto mines to the mill millthrough millthrolgh millthrough
i through its long tunnel sixty sL t day de or orJ so solater b blater
later J ter the companys output will be cut cutting cutting cutting ¬
ting quite a figure at the tlioreductiOfl reduction works worksNew worksNew worksNew
i New York MiningStocks MiningStocksAdams
j Adams Con 25 Iron Sil 511Alice 210 210Alice 210Alice
Alice 30 Lead CoQ COQBt CotsBronco K KBreeoe
Bronco Bt eC8 W Lit ChiaC Cbl8CCom ChieCCorn OC OCCom
Com Tun Ontario 400 400C c cC 4C
C C Y V1tOphjr V1tOphjrhorn llOOphlr 1t IOphlr vii475 vii475Horn c fi fi110rnSU
Horn 110rnSU Sll 211IOPboenix 211IOPboenixSan li0 O Phoenix nlx 06 06San 00San
San Francisco Mining Stocks StocksAlt StocksIta
Alt Ita ts 07 071Justtc Juatlc 03 03AiKle WAnd 0 0Awie i
And 4J I Mexican MexicanBelchar le lcan L LBelch5r lti ltiBelch
Belchar Belch r JBOecL M OecL Con ConB IS ISB ISB
B Bel Bet2IOphlr 23SOphlr 235 107 Ophlr f fBullion 4M 4MBullion 1 1Bullion I
Bullion 10 1 Overman OvermanCaledonia OermanCaledonia erman ermanllI1OIOflI Ii 31 31Caledonia
Caledonia 11S 1 I1gPelosit Petosl P toIl toIlChAI 1 1Chal > IB IBChal
Chat Con i3 Savage SavageChoUar e eChoUar 1iU 1iUCooU p
ChoUar CooU 21 tSg Sag BeJeher BeJeherConfidence Be4cherContldence BeleberConfidence M MConfidence
Confidence ltSSlerra 1fi Sierra Nov NevC XevC m mBelchar
C C V Vlisfsil 175811 Hill HillCon mliiiCon Ii IiCon I
i Con Imp ImpCroni M 8l1 UntanCfa UntanCfaCrown rnlQn C 4 4Crown
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Boston Mining Stocks StocksAdventure StocksAdvenlure StocksAdventure
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AlkH Allouez 3 3t M C C CAmalg UO 2bOAmaig UOmal
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Amer Zinc li 1 15 Barrot BarrotAtlantic ParrotAtlautic eis eisAtlalatJc
Atlantic lW 1 J O Oll Oceoht OceohtBlngbttn 8 ceela ceelaBingham lti fiG fiGBlnglNun
Bingham 2 f Quincy QuincyCal SfH SfHCAI tg0Cl
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PrankMH J at 7 i1 lUtah l utah utahOrancy ia 3450 3450Orancy J JGrancy
Orancy 2T 271 Victoria VictoriaIsle L121I4 L121I4isle 121 121Ie
Isle Ie Itoyale 736 Wlnona WlnonaMa WI WhionaMass OtI iS
Ma Mass 111 M 1 32 3 Wolverine WolverinaMich G GTZ0 GTZ0Mich J JUch
Mich Uch 425 425Tintic 4 4Tintic S STintic
Tintic Ore ShipmentsShIp Shipments Shipmentsweek SIiprnenthSbIprn
ShIp SbIprn itE neia flOat be he diaXICC tr ct r for the past pastweek pastweek
week wor w6ie a at fol folBullionBeck follOw follOwCar
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BullionBeckCeatenahtlIiureka BullionBeck BullionBeckCeatemrialRureka 5 iCeatenatalEureka
CeatemrialRureka CeatemrialRurekaDragon CeatenahtlIiurekaDragon y 51 51Dson
Dragon Iron Mine MineGemini UneGemini I IGemini
Gemini GeminiGrand GeminiGrand GeminiGrand
Grand Central CentralLower C htra1 34 14F
Lower 10 Mammoth MammothMammoth ManirnothMammoth 10 10lanunoUI F
Mammoth MammothSwansea MammothSwansea 16 16IfglH 16LIJt
Swansea SwanseaSalvator LIJt l lISahlttor 1 1Salvator
Salvator SalvatorTetro SalvatorTetro Tetro TetroUncle Tetrotncle IfglH IfglHSales 0 J JeeS
Uncle Yankee YankeeTotal YankeeTotal eeS Sam SamYankee Sam SamYankee t tTutal
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Utah Uth Stocks Sjocks toc J jinJBoston jinJBostonSpecial InBostonSpecial Bc oJ oJSIK
Special SIK Ia1 to The HeraldJioeton U4PlhJJ Herald 3ra1ihtoatofl
Jioeton J toatofl ton Mass < March 1iTttJMtppeI 1iTttJMtppeImark 1tlThb Ti Timarket CIPer CIPermarket
market mark continues strong
CWrtar CWrtarHlRb Cl lllur >
Sales Sale High UI b low Bid Askod A 4hkedAnutig ktotl
2250 Z5 AI Ainnljc ftI 4 4 J4M4 J4 p41 443 45 45Metal 4Sy t t4Z
425 9 Bingham BlnjchamS74 J84 I0S I0Sa1 Bfi 2iI
S74 DalyWent DalyWentMermr at W 10
Mercer MermrMO at 7 IIIY r
MO u I State Stateaw 21 11 1 2Ji 2i
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20 200 Boston Cons co 6 Pi 6 G G 6 6Metal
Metal Market MartcetSilver MarketSihr MarketSlIver
Silver 57c 7 7c per ounce ounceWill ounceopppr ounceoppr >
opppr l1ttt Il3 No Now Q
Lead UC1New New NewWill Yo kUkiIW 1J 1Jr
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Will 11I underwrite and cvanhuee J1IujllieeRto J1IujllieeRtoagainst stopks stopksagainst atdtkS atdtkSagainst
against loss RALPH GUTIIRIE
Single Car of Ore Sold Yesterday For ForMore ForMore PorMore
I More Than 3000 3000The 300The 300OThe
The management of the Yankee Consol ¬
idated yesterday ye1t rday took down a check checkwhich eheekwhIch checkwhich
which called for an amount in excess of ofi
i 3000 in settlement for a single car of ore oreI
I from the lower workings of its Tlntic Tlnticproperty Tlntlcpropert TintICproperty
property This Is the third car of this
kind of ore which has beentaken been taken out In
developing the new ore bodies below the theI
I tunnel tun tunpel el level during durin the past few weoks weoksand weokSan weeksanti
and an shows very plainly p1a1nly that results are
being accomplished by b Superintendent
Turner of which but the merest kind of ofan otan ofan
an inkling reaches the public
The consignment was sold on controls controlsshowing controlsshowing controlsshowing
showing 5713 13 In gold 1015 per cent lead leadand leadand leadand
and 19755 ounces silver per ton Richer
ore has been shipped from the workings workingsand
and be It said to the credit of the man management mangement mangement ¬
gement no attempt to pad the returns Is Isever isever
ever resorted to When hen the ore runs
higher it is reported when it Is not so sonigh
high the th figures are areglw given > n Just the same
In addition to this car of highgrade rock
the company has marketed eight cars carof of
the usual grade during the week w k By B Busual
usual grade is I meant ore that nets the
company in excess or orsIOper J20 20 per ton tonMining tonMining
Mining Notes NotesThe NotesThe
The Taylor Ta lor Brunton sampler yester yesterrday oster
rday dll day reported the receipt pf one car of qre
from JronvTIntlc Tlntlc one from Bingham and an < 1 Wo
prom from Modena ModenaTwo ModensTwo 1 1Tw
Two Tw cars of oe high grade lead orfe or fr trIm m myesterday
the South Swansea were on the market marketYetterda marketyesterday
yesterday morning morningM
M H Lipman and C E Hudson left
for the east yesterday sterdn on mining busi business buslneM business ¬
ness Mr Lipman has been cajied away awayon awa awaon awayon
on matters connected with the Lipman
Mines nn s Tunnel company of which ho Is Isgeneral Isgenptal Isgeneral
general manager mana er while hlll Mr Ir Hudson it itis Itf ItUth itis
is understood has gone to Interview t some someof someof
of f Uth those who l are ft Interested c with him In InPYada in
Nevada PYada propositions propositionsVice DropoltlomVICe propositionsVice
Vice President J D Wood ood of the Daly DalyWest
West 8t company left I Ct for Los Angeres again againyesterday agaInt againyesterday
yesterday t sterda to be gone some little time timeUncle tlmerncIe timetncle
Uncle Jesse Knl KnIght ht came up from f omUte omUteFouth Ui Uicouth the thesouth
couth yesterday estcrda morning to look aftr aftrthe an 1 1the rthe
the marketing of ore or from the Salva SalvaWJj oj
He will not take lak formal possession po eeS5lon of ofthe ortho Ofthe
the La Koine until tomorrow tomorrowA
A F Holden managingdirector m naAlng dlrtQr of the thftUnited th thUnltedS theVnited
United UnltedS Slates tes compahy cOmp ih will 111 Iea leao o for a aten att aten
ten tt > n days trip to the coast today t9dayManager tod todIanag todayManager
Manager Ianag r M r M r Johnson JOll1son Jonaonettthed4rom Jonaonettthed4romone returned fe r e 4from 4fromone jfro jfroon I
one on of his regular trips of inspection iflsl cUlm ttr ttrthe tvth inthe
the th Cactus yesterday mornmjr He re reports rpItorb rePorts ¬
ports Itorb that Contractor = Dederlchte mak Tnaking makDg maklug
lug fine headway h tldwa > With the construction constructionof
of the groat storage reservoir at NPW NPWhou Npwh NewhoUse
hou h hoUse lJl4e e and it will be but a short time timetill timeUII timetill
till he h has it completed completedSilver eomplltel1SIler completedSliver
Silver moved up upu a fewnotches few notches yoster yosterday ysterday
day to 57 cents per ounce ounceThe oUncrhe ounceThe >
The workings of the Iaymondproperty Iaymondpropertyat Raymond mond property propertyat 1JrO rt rtat
at Tintic are now being pumped out outpre outpreparstOE outpreparatory pre preparatory ¬
paratory to a resumption ot operations operationsafter OpNutlonsaCtpr operationsafter
after the ratification of the consolidation consolidationdel
del with the Illinois scheduled for the the25th the5th the25th
25th 25thDuring
During the th week Manager Joseph of ofthe orthe 4 4the
the Carisa ordered the hoisting works on onthe onthe I
the Spy shaft closed clo d down thus cutting cuttingout euttlngout cuttIngout
out a most expensive item in the operat operating oJulratlug operatlug ¬
lug expenses of the th mine Hereafter all alloperations al alofieratlonq alloeratIone
operations oeratIone will be carried < on through the1 the1SIouxAjax th thSiouxAJax the theSiouxAjax
SIouxAjax tunnel Mr lr Joseph went out outCo outfo outto
Co the mine last evelilng evelilngInstead eEI1IntInstead evciuIngInstead
Instead of two lots lot as some of the th pa papers paprs papers ¬
pers are reporting the Mammoth coni conipany compan conipany
pany pan has marketed no less than nine lots lotsof IOlMof lotsof
of ore since operations were resumed r umed on onthe ontbl onthe
the 1st of the present month Sixteen Sixteencarlyoads Slxttelcarlvoads SIxteencarlyoads
carlyoads of ore have been forwarded forwardedfrom tOlardedtroni forwardedfrom
from the > mine since Monday MondayS
S W Y Hall H ll returned n furned from Bingham yes yesterday yesterdav > 5 5tprday ¬
terday after havinprinaugurated work wOflkat wOflkatthe at atthe atthe
the April Fool ool and other property ad adjoining adJoining adjoining ¬
joining the lied Wing In which recently recentlywent recpntlvpnt recentlywent
went to Cleveland operators under bond bondManager bondIanagtr bondManager
Manager P W Madsen returnedjQdm m a aseveral n nsew nseveral
several sew > ral days trip to the Century Centur at atP park parkvalley ark arkvalley rk rka
valley a II e Friday FrJda night He reports every everything everything ery erything ¬
thing to bo b moving like clockwork and anddeclares anddeclart anddeclares
declares > 8 that the th mine Is growing bigger biggerand biggerand
and better all the time I
Articles of incorporation were yester yesterday ye yesterday ter terf ¬
day filed with the county counh clerk cl < rk of the thevlded theOolden theGolden
Golden Spike Mining Milling Smarting Smartingcompan1 Smeltingcompany
company Jt Is capitalized for 31800 dl dllded dlvideti
vlded lded Into 800000 shares of which 200000 200000shares 200000hares 200500shares
shares remain in the th treasury trensur The lheprop lhepropert prop property property ¬
erty ert held by b the corporation is situated situatedin
in Big COttonwood C ltonwood district The bffltfers bffltfersare btfl ers ersarp
are Gronway Perry Perr president P Sib SIbrley SibIy Sibhey
hey vice Ice president W V C C Tracy Tr c secre secretary seeretan secretary ¬
tary T W Miller treasurer and these thesewith thesewith thesewith
with Charles Thorp jr form the direc directors dlrecto directory ¬
tory to
Chicago March 19 19CatUeROcelpls Cattle Receipts
400 Market nominal Good to prime primesteers primesleers primesteers
steers 525575 poor to medium m < JOt 3
500 stockers and feeders 2503i430 2O N30 cows cowsleo400 co co004QO consI00Q400
leo400 heifers 250 I50 5j < 50 canners 160 100ti 100tiro
250 ro bulls 200 21j4OO 400 calves > 300g623 300g623Texas 3006iTexas 30062 30062Texas
Texas fed steers 400600 400600Hogs 4OOljiiOOHosRecelpts 400600HogsReceipts
Hogs HosRecelpts Receipts today 10000 tomorrow tomorrowfOOO8 tomorrow4ec
40000 4ec Market steady stead mixed and butcfc butcfcera butcliers butehera
era 520550 good to choice heavy 535 535S47V i3 i34i 5 5i44
S47V 4i rough heavy ht hea > I 52 52if l2Ii3 g53T 3J > light 4S 48i 4 y >
530 bulk of sales 5258630 5258630Sheep 52 5263oSheepReceipts 30 30SheelRtCelpts
Sheep SheelRtCelpts Receipts 3000 Steady Slead Good to tochoice tochoice tochoice
choice wethers 425 4S1i i625 fair to choice choicemixed choicemixed choicemixed
mixed 3KVSM60 western t stern sheep shet > p 323C25 323C25native 32 32t42tnative I f5native
native lambs 450550 western lambs lambs400S575 Jambs400il lambs4ooqfl75
400S575 400S575Kansas 400il 400ilKansas 4ooqfl75Kansas
Kansas City CIl March IS 1DCattJeRe 1DCattJeRecelpt 19CattleReceipte Cattle Re Receipts ¬
ceipts 100 Market nominally un unchanged unchanged anchanged ¬
changed changedHogs changedlJ changedUogsRecelptn
Hogs lJ ogsReacJpts Receipts 2000 Market lower lowerBulk low lowBulk lowerBulk
Bulk oC sales sal tli i00ige20 OO 0020 hoary ho T SW3fM SW3fMNo i2OijIOOpackers 20L00 20L00packers
packers 0 S1 l11gs and lights 410l 1 i iNo
510 510No
No sheep Market nominally nomlnall steady steadySouth stead1South steadySouth
South Omaha March 19 1VCattleRe 1VCattleReelpts 19Cattleliecelpts Cattle Re Receipts ¬
ceipts 300 Market unchanged Native Nativesteers Nathesleers Nativesteers
steers 330J10 3 > 10 stockers and feeders 275 2 i
6425 calves 300ia30 300ia30Hos 300fiGoHo 300l0HogpReceipts
Hos Ho HogpReceipts Receipts 6500 fi WO Market v10c v10clower V ll0clower 1l0clower
lower Heavy 500615 li mixed 400SSOO 400SSOOlight 4OOiliiOOl1ght 490i00light
light 47500 pigs 400 400I7 4000 75 bulk of ofsales ofsalp8 ofsales
sales 4900500 4900500Sheep 49OiOOSheepReceIpts 49000SheepReceipts
Sheep SheepReceIpts Receipts none Market steady steadyCoffee steadyCoffee steadyCoffee
Coffee and Sugar SugarNew SugarNew SugarNew
New York March 19 19CbUeeSpot Cbffee Spot Rio Riosteady Rio8tetu1y Riosteady
steady No o 7 Invoice 0 Gh mild steady st acy
Cordova 30g 113 > 13 The market for coffee coffeefutures corfeefuturtS coffeefutures
futures opened steady stead at unchanged unchangedprices unchangedprices unchangedprices
prices to a decline of 5 points and andat at t first firstruled firstrul8f1 firstruled
ruled quiet In keeping with featureless featurelessBabies feaurelessJJ featurelesssables
JJ Babies bles Later however there was ac active aCtive aCtive ¬
tive liquidation originating it was wasthought wasthought 8 8thoughL
thought with people interested in tbo thecotton tbocotton tbocotton
cotton market and the market became becamerather beamorath becamerather
rather rath r easier It was steadied however howeverby
by b the th buying of recent sellers and andclosed andIosed andclosed
closed steady generally enerall unchanged to 5 5points Iipoints Ipoints
points lower low r except on two Inactive Inactivemouths InncthemlntJIR inactivemntha
mouths which were 5 points higher on onbids 01 01bid onbids
bids bid Sales were reported of 123000 bags bapsincluding bRftSIncluding bagsincluding
including March 495 4 May Iny 5203530 5203530S70Q5SO 5 2Mi53050fJt0 G30 G3057t1
S70Q5SO 57t1 December jS06 jS06centrifugal G GSugnrRnw GM GMSugarRan
SugnrRnw firm fair refining 3I32 3I32centrifugal 132 132ctntrlfugxl
centrifugal 96test mi32 3 1732 molasses sugar
123582 23 53 refined firm No C 426 No No7 7 74o
420 No S 415 No 9 410 No 10 405 405No 4 40No 15 15o
No o 11 400 io > jO o 12 20 333 a No IS 35X 390t No XoH
14 3SS 3S confectioners A 450 4 mould A
500 00 cut loaf 585 5 crushed 5BO pow powdered powc1ered powdered ¬
dered 475 granulated 465 cubes 490 490Metal 400MeW 490Metal
Metal MeW Market MarketNew MarketNew MarketNe
New Ne York March 19 9There There continued continueda contlnuelJrood
a good demand for leading leadlngmutals metals today todaJj
following r yesterdays activity aethIt and ad advances adslincea ¬ I
vancesCopper vances slinceaCopper
Copper was WB firm with lake at 1350 1350127ft uOOCJ
127ft 47 electrolytic and casting castingTinFira 127Mew 12 12t
12BJ4 t 6tt
Tin TnFlrm Firm spot 2S2002S50 2S2002S50Spelter s S2o1g2sIoSpeiterQulet p pSpelterQulet
Spelter SpelterQulet Quiet 50CX8510 50CX8510Lenfl t00lJ10LoadSteady OOIQG10JfIOHJStead
Lenfl JfIOHJStead Steady spot spotAIthough 4GO465 4GO465Although 400I6iJtJ1ough
Although the iron market continue continuetemporarily conUnlolltemPorarily continuestsmorarily
temporarily quiet there Is fair Inquiry
from large consumers and prices are aresteady aresteody aresteaiy
steady and unchanged unchangedMoney unchandMoney unchangedMoney
Money Silver and Finance FinanceNew FinanceNe PittanceNew
New Ne York March 19 19Clo Close e Money 1one on oncall oncall
call li nominal TIO loans loansPrime 10anAl loanfiIrime
Prime l rlme mercantile paper 46 4 per cent
Sterling exchange firm with actual
business in bankers bills at 4 48i1I8i 71S4 72C I
for demand and at 484305T ISt30U48J40 > 4S440 for sixty slxt I
Oay da bjlls Posted rates 4S5P4SS 4S5f 4S5f91Siiommercial 4SS 4SSomm8rclal
Commercial bills 4S8V6C4 4S8V6C4Bar I8I 4SZ4l 4SZ4lBar 4SI 4SIBar
Bar silver 57 i Jcents JcentsIexlcan cents scentsMexIcan centsBonde
MexIcan donarH 44 444 cents ccntstl cents13ondeGoyeimentg
tlndsGorertJment Bonde ndsGorertJment Governments steady slead railroads rallroadI rallroadBu
flrm tl
I <
Butter Bu ter and Eggs EggsNew EggsfYO EggsNew
New fYO York k March 1D 19ButterFirm 19ButterFirmeros Butter Butt rFirm rFirmCrfOAmln Firm Firmcr
cr CrfOAmln eros mer mery > I6f4te l30l3 2
Esgs EggsSt EggsStcod0 Stefldjfr d western firsts firstshicago l lhl Iflft IflftChicago
Chicago hl go l tliJ tuth 4h h Ifl 1DOn Oa the produce ex exchange ¬
change today tode the butter market > t tti was WHSy was1LdY
ti 1LdY y creamfcrlcs ere mries 14g58i H 141 dairies d lrI 1 1Cheese 1E IEggsStead
E gsSteoad 1Jj ¼ fI1 1k15 1k15Treaeury t
Cheese Cl16eseEas I5as I5asTreafiury > 1 U UTre8ury
Treafiury Statement StatementWaghlnKtonMar Statem StatementVashlingionMurch nt ntrnshlntton
WaghlnKtonMar rnshlntton luNh h 19 19TodW Todays st stshows stdte stdtentot sttIlezpentof
zpentof ntot the tr trotstry sur balances In the Qn5 zt
drnl I fund ox OXCJalre 2110 of the SlliOoooono rd rdfir II IIrsrve
rsrve fir In th thf diviSion or redfmp redfmpIIl1fJW redemptbtt redemptbttshiws
shows Available A alla hI ash < a h balanw 1 1W 225I 225It90 6
11 W gold old ni2397 11 39
Market Closed Clos d With Every In Indication Indicat Indication ¬
dication dicat on of f Strength StrengthREVIVAL StrengthREVIVAL StrengthI StrengthREVIVAL
4 4NO 4NO
1 1NO
1A A
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New N rorlc York March arch 19rTodays market marketdisclosed marketdisclosed marketdIsclosed
disclosed a lively Ihel revival of speculation speculationnd
and nd etoeed edaJlInnttQ aninmtcdf andx andsbuoytWt buoyant at the thetop thetop thetop
top level of the day tTu Not N t only 001 was yes yesterdays yesterdays es estercJas ¬
terdays reaction caused by the Sully SUII SUIIfdllure
failure more than wiped out but net netgains netgaln netgains
gains were wereoestablllhed established lor for or the principal principalactive principalactive prIncipalactive
active stock Clnning running f frQm om over a point pointto pointto pointto
to 2 points St S SLPauL Paul Rapdingdhd RUlding nd Sugar Sugarwere Sugarwe Sugarwere
were we the largest gainers but tttere tlt > re was a atfery ael7 ajery
tfery el7 large absorption a orptlon of Pennsylvania PennsylvaniaSOd Pengsylanla1IQdt11
SOd 1IQdt11 the Pacifies on a risingscale rJ lng8cal The Theequanimity 1heequanfmlt Theeiuantmitl
equanimity with which the market ac accepted accpted accepted ¬
cepted the th Sully Sull failure was thecause of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the spurt of bullish enthusiasm The rise risestarted risestarted risestatted
started In the face of the announcement announcementOf
Of an additional addltionalfailure failure on the cotton ex exchange exchaMge cxehiasge ¬
change and gained cumulative forceafter force alter
brief periods of hesitation which hleh Induced Inducedno
110 important reaction rptCtl n Fears that the thefailed therallfld thefailed
failed cotton bull had extended his spec speculations specuJations specUlations ¬
ulations in the stock market were re re re118od ¬
lieved and no anxiety seemed se mpd to be felt
that the speculative losses in cotton cottonwould cottonwould cottonwould
would induce any an realizing in the stock stockmarket stockmarket stockmarket
market such suchas as often results J from large
losses elsewhere t > Thoevents Tho v nts In Uteco the cot cotron cotntmarket
ron Co ntmarket market were vlewed In fact la t with withsome W1tnome withSome
some complaclency In the th stock market marketag
ag a premising a return rt > turn to a price level
fairly falrl > representative of conditions of that tnatstaple tl1 thatliaplc lt ltstaple
staple likely IIkt > I to renew demand from for foreign ¬
eign tgn and domestic domt > Uc spinners The decrease dc > c se
In cash a h reserves of the > banks and the theuuopnosedvUift
decline in tho surpft1 hICh ordinarily ordinarIIcaJt ordinarilyCR1150
caJt CR1150 R linl theSlIrPtj toSI tospiiIaJe WnJl e enth enthpsjpsm enthpsjpsmweie tfJf1sm tfJf1smwee
wee a4su IO tk taken n 111 b Qd d part rt The con contilfiled
tJl tilfiled Ued pa8 ease In tIle mO moby ly marketteav6S marketteav6SUI10JposedJJe market leaves leavesAipOppOsad1lla
uuopnosedvUift advance ada fne m rn4heorelgnex the foreign e echange er erchange
change h nge rates which cqtttlhued cQli Tn led today todB and andapproached andapproHchHl andapproached
approached jiead nt > a to the th > point at which whichgold whichgold
gold lfJ would go out to Paris Total sales salesof salesof
of bonds par par valpc Yal 1105000 1105000Beview 1105100Reviewof l105vd0S
S Reviewof Beview of the WeekThit Week WeekThr WeekTJ1n
Thr longexpected Ifn ex cteIJ Northern orth rn Sec S8oCIrlUes S8oCIrlUesd Seepritiesdetstoft irltles irltlesdcc
dcc d detstoft ton on Monday of tills thl week unlocked unlockedmarket unLockedt1u untockedtlueriglcl
t1u tlueriglcl rlgll bo bonds s hlch have helLthcstock helLthcstockm helgLthistockmarket
market m rkt in a state of stagnation many manyweeks man manWlks manyweeks
weeks past The 1h volume of dealings bus busrisen husrlJffln hasripen
risen to more than double that of last lastweek lastek lastweek
week ek and prices for f r tile principal active activestocks actlestooks activestocks
stocks rose from 2 to G points over last lastweek lastweek lastweek
week It is i the general generalconviction conviction that thatthtf thatthtriarger thatthClarger
thtf thtriarger arger part 1 Rrt of the thpdomand demand for stocks stockshas stocksbat stocksha
has ha come from the short 1ntt interest > rt > st left Jt > ft un uncovered uncoercd uncovered ¬
covered although commission houses re report re roport ¬ I
port 8 slight revival of demand Beside Besidethe Besidetbes Besidethe
tbes the a 4ort ort rt covering there are to be counted countedsome countedsome ountc > d domEl
some buying orders by b banking and andfinancial andfinancIal andfinancial
financial interests which were wt > re placed in inthe Inthe Inthe
the market as a protection against a pos possible posslbl poesible ¬
sible break on the decision and the > op operations OJ OJeratlon 01erations ¬
erations by b prof proCe5810nal esslohal traders against againstthe agaln againstthe < t tthe
the short Interest and designed d IJWed to make makea
a profit cut of the necessities of the un uncovered uncoered ancovered ¬
covered bears On the whole therefore thereforeIt
It is IseJleved believed that the weeks rising mar market market market ¬
ket has ss been little due to any an growth of ofinvbstmem ofInbstm ofinvbstmtnt
invbstmem Inbstm lt demand The fact of rising risingprices rlsinhprices risingprices
prices In Itself has 1m had the effect al alwaj4 alWe34
waj4 14 inevitable in ltablt off ofDJ oIjirodpfIng producln rOO1Cln t t more morehopeful morehopeful morehopeful
hopeful sentiment over 0 ote ei the th outlook for forvalues folvalfJes forvattias
The Tlt quickly quick apparent fact thrft the theNorthern theo theort4isrn
Northern o era Securities decision was not notthrowing notthr notthrotting
throwing thr ng any an large volume of liquidation liquidationon
on the market was a warning that pre precautionary preclutlonar precautionary ¬
cautionary operations In n the fear of tho
I A damaging 1 et1eNIf etleetsotiiit O iSt t1esu1t result had been beenHnt beenomplttted beeneojupleted
omplttted It was eVlUnt Hnt i1 nt also that some someimportant someImportant
important bear accounts were held open openIin
Iin In the face of the first covering move movement movement movemeat
ment meat in the expectation that the up upward upward upward ¬ i
ward movement would wouldb < jbfe shortlived The Thecovering Thecovptlng Thecoveting
covering of these the wa was waalhe < < he sustaining In
flueifce In i the later advance aIvance The situa ¬
tion Jhas ha8 not been cleared clea o ot ajl the un uncertainties uncert1lntles ancertdinties ¬
certainties which hatdR ha weighed wHgh d c on the themarket themarket themarket
market But these have been under con consideration conllderatton consideration ¬
sideration for some time past and may
be supposed fo have had their due In ¬
fluence in the speculation With the theorthorn
Northern Securities caste ea as out of the way waytould WI1 WI1lit
lit it was f fat it that other continuing factors tactor8uld factorscould
could uld net be relied o opel outo cause futtjr th r rI
I decline In prl prices ana andtlT t shorts were fm fmpeUtd Irapelted
pelted pel led to cover Besides these causes for fora fora
ha a natural rebound with the he bad news newsout fleyaout e eout
out there have been factors of a more morepositive morcpositive morepositive
positive character to further the recov recovery recovery reeovcry ¬
ery I INo
No Further Prosecutions Pro ProsecutionsThe ecutions ecutionsThe r rThe
The speculative element elcm nt was given a
broad interpre tation to the official In Intimations Intlmatlons intiinatlons ¬
timations on behalf be hall of the administration administrationthat
that tJl t there tlereWlis was no Intention to run runtamuak runatpu runatuuk
tamuak atpu with the powers powersln in their hands handsIt h
It Js the common assumption In Wall Wallstreet Wallstreet 31l 31lstr
street str et that this means that no further furtherperceedlngs furtherperceedlngs furtherperceedings
perceedlngs are to be entertained for the thepresent thepresent thepresent
present against other presumed offenders offendersagainst ottendersagainst offendersagainst
against the statute The same element elementsees elementSees elementsees
sees In the opinion of Justice Brewer of ofthe Ofthe Ofthe
the majority of the court a likelihood thit th It
in a case against a combinationIn combln tlonln which whichreasonableness whichreasonableness whichreasonableness
reasonableness of oflt Its i potential restraint restraintof
of Interstate or Internatolnal commerce commercemight commercemlshtbe commercemight
might mlshtbe be urged the complexion of the thecourts thecourts thecourts
courts decision might mightbe be b altered Talk of oflegislative otleglslatlve oflegislative
legislative amendments to the statute to totho tothe tothe
the same end had also been dwelt upon uponInthe upouIn uponInthe
Inthe In the revulsion ulson of sentiment thus pro produced produced producd ¬
duced there has hascen even been a q t faint revival revivalof
of interest in some som of the community off offinterstate titInter ofinterstate
interstate Inter tate products supposed to have havereached havereached havereached
reached the embryo stage when the blight blightof
of the Northern Securities prosecution prosecutionfell
fell upon them It cannot bq said ald that thatthisrepresents thatthis thatthis
thisrepresents this represents the prevailing sentiment sentimentin
in tho larger financial world The magic magicof I
of the policy of t combination has lost its itsformer Itsormbr itsformbr
former potency and the principal Inter Interests Interests intereats ¬
ests attaching to the dissolution of the theNorthern theNorlJJirn theNorthern
Northern Securities lies In the possible possibleembarrassments possibleembarrassmonts possibleembarrassmenta
embarrassments of accounting In the re return r rturn rturn ¬ I
turn of the securities held to the former formerowners formtrowners formerowners
owners Any An possible J s lblC harm to the trans transcontinental transcontinental tmnscontinental ¬
continental railroad situation or any re reopening reopertlng reopeiling ¬ II
opening of thefiercecontest the the5ferce flarce conte contest t which the theNrtnern theX theNorthern I
Northern X rthem Securities formation f rm tlon was as de designed IJeIgncd designed ¬
signed to settle finds no place In public publiccomment publiccomment I
comment An Influence upon the th wec weeks weeksmarket > ks ksmarket a amarket
market which blch has had Emailrecognition EmailrecognitionIB small recognition recognitionJ
IB J the th recovery In foreign markets which whichhas whichhas whichhas
has occurred This Is supposed also to be bedue bedue bedue
due In no small part to the covering eoerlttgr eoerlttgrlihort of of3hort oftltort
3hort contracts But Its feeling among amongspeculators arnottAspeculators amongspeculators
speculators that the thepOsslbe possible harm to re reBfllt feStilt reaSIt
Stilt from the war In Asia and its dan danger danger danger ¬
ger of complications have been adequately adequatelyprovided adequatelyprolded adequatelyprovided
provided against by b operations in the se securities Suaurltles Scouritles ¬
curities market marketOf marketOf marketOf
Of domestic factors large Importance Importancehas
has been be n attached to tho hopeful pub published pubIIHhed pubhished ¬
lished expressions e by b President Gould up upon upoli upoh ¬
on oli oh his hi return from rom an axtcsnslve tour of ofthe ottht ofthe
the > wide I lf < territory t tertit ry covered by b the com complex complex cornpier ¬
plex railroad system SY tem under his direction directionRailroad directionRailroad directionRailroad
Railroad traffic officials as a body bod have havemodified havemodified havemodified
modified their formed discouraging views viewsof viewsof IesoJ
of the ojitlook for new newbuslnessand business and have haveadepted huyeadepted haveadapted
adepted a more hopeful tone ton The ad advance advanco admnco ¬
vance in the prices of various lines of ofIron orIron ofIron
Iron and steel st > 11 products Is h substantial evi evidence fvldence cvidence ¬
dence oT the revival In that industry mdustr and andofiUtturn nndorI andofitoturn
ofiUtturn orI tun from a descending course The Thebreaking Thebreaklpg Thebreakipg
breaking of the drouth in the southwest southwestrelieves southwe8trelles southwestrelieves
relieves a cause of anxiety which blch was wasgaining wasg wasgaining
gaining g lnlng culmlnative force In speculative speculativecircles sf speculativecircles > t culathe culatheclrcJe
circles and the thcs11arp sharp reaction rP etion In the grain grainand grainand grainand
and cotton markets gives 11 > 5 hope of a re renewal renewnl renewal ¬
newal of foreign fort > lgn purchases The Th Febru February Febrllary February ¬
ary foreign forel trade statement revealed reenl how howfar howfar howfar
far tho decline In this demand had gone goneand goneand goneand
and bow important a bearing beartn it was bar having ba baIng bartag ¬
ing on the balance of trade The ap approach ape apeprQach uppr ¬
proach pr aelt of the t e period for the Panama Panamacanal Panamacanal Panamaca
canal ca al payment increases tho Importance Importanceof
of this factor In the exchange market marketTJio marketTJle marketTitebond
TJio Titebond bond market had ha Improved with withsfdeks withlctkkf withstckk
sfdeks and advanclngblds s havebeen re recorded recorded ¬
corded for some of the high grade in investment inveetmept ¬
vestment bonds bondsUnited bondstnited on s 1 1Ll
United Ll t States new vfe have advanced advancedVs
Vs l do registered 3s anaiiola4sand andol anold 4s1hnnd the theB the2s
28 B Tar cent on call since last week weekStock weckStock weekS
S Stock Quotations QuotationsSiHesiltKh Quottittons QuottittonsSt1le Quotziti ns t tSdlesJIlglt
SiHesiltKh St1le SdlesJIlglt Jlhh Low Lo dose doseAtcuixon Close CloseAtchl CkceAtchison
Atchison Atchl on f 18000 65 67 6ilr 6Th 68 68Preferred 68Yz
Preferred Prff rrcd 100 fl M nlt 57 84 W WJ5 SIlI
B J5 O 011100 I 1VJ IIl00 75TS 4 T7fe Tt 73 77 77Preferred 77Preferred
Preferred Pr Ctrcd i1 j 1 i t4 ss SSCap I IC
faQPneIOc Cap Pacific 1iOO ll 11444 IJI 1iM 11t 11tor 111C
C of N J JCh T 116 116Thea 6 6hn
Ch Thea hn Ohio SW SWChic t 2i tU 5lt at atChi 1lli
Chic Chi kAlt Alton n 3KPreferred 3K > 3j s S sv SM
Preferred PreferredC 81 81C 81C
C tr t G W jtS 60Q L15 lo IIt 14 H 15 15C 15C 15I
C I N W tV 100 JJ6Tls 66 66l I 166 1 it 15 166 1CSC 166C 166C
C M tl tI St StP P 3060U 60Ij 144 Hls 143 14 141 141Preferred JUlrCtrrllf 141Pferre4l
Preferred v vT liS liSC isCTT
C CTT CTTPreferred T T TPreferred B
Preferred Preferredr JliJ O 93 4 i i 20 20I 20C
C 0 I L Lly1nlt4u 7 i ij
4 4Cpro
ly1nlt4u c cS
S Zf < r Cpro profrrrn profrrrnDrl j 100 5 5 5rift s sDel
Del Hud HudD 1100 1ro 1m 1mD l1 1Z6i
D L W v b
> c r
D R G GPreferred 9
Preferred PrECt > Trcd G1 G1Erie
Erie 56W 56W1st Ii i5 j j1st Z Z1st
1st preferred U 1100 11 1
2d d preferred HO 6 41 U 4lb 4P
Hock Valley aUe alley 71
Preferred PreferredIlls is 19Ills
Ills Central 1000 194 i29 1Sy 129 1Jh
Iowa Central CentralPreferred CentralPreferr 30 30Preferred
Preferred Preferr t1 ij
K K C Southern SouthernPreferred SouthornPreferred IS
Preferred TOO 31Y11 3 St 31
Louis Nash ash STOO iVO llWt 1Gt 101 1H
Manhattan X J J100 H3l H 143t 14
Met Iet Securities 600 GO i9 79 7S
Met St Ry R 4500 4600M 100 109 100 lln
M St i iM L 50
M 1 St P Sault
Ste SteM M 70 ilO03 63 61 613 6IJt 6
Preferred PreferredMo 11914
Mo 10 Pacific 8009 91 91 J1
M K T 1400 18 1 17 4 19
Preferred Pr forred 400 1003 i o 9 3S 39
Mex Nat pfd CW 3S r IS4 38
N Y Central 600 I1tr 116 116 116or
Nor or West 8K > 5i 5 i nz
Preferred PreferredOnt PreferredOat SIi
Ont West 3e 3eP 3000 0 l 1 2i 1
Pennsylvania I 40 a 1174 l1i i1 11i I IP
P C C SC lee G 6214 6 62
Reading atMO < 4WO 4WO1st oR 4 4t 1I 44 441st 441st
1st preferred preferred2d S
2d preferred preferredRock n 50
Rock Island 4100 h 21 1 1StPrLerer l S I
StPrLerer Preferred d 1400 100 62 61 61an s
St L San SanPreferred an an2d E
2d preferredm preferred UOO 414 44 43 IJ
St L S w 14
Preferred PreferredSo 3
So Pacific 12600 j4 i6 46t 4iI4
So Railway RaJlwa 13IQ UOJ 21 OYtS 20
Preferred Preferr I lttO lttOPreferred S4 34 SH 131
Tex Pac 600 M1o 25 23k M
T St I V VPreferred 34
Preferred 600 o r p9
Union Pacific 2100 76 a 1i 7
Preferred Pr rerred 100 1QJ8i 13 Si Si
Wabash 100 11 9 19 19 9
Preferred Prl t rred rredY 2fl > 36 36 90
W Y L l E J6y 36
Wis 1 Central CentralPreferred CentralPreferred 18
Preferred 20 4ZS 42 4 49 4
Adam Express ExpressAmn ExpressAmn 2
Amn Express o xpr ss 1S9
U 1 S S Express ExpressWells Ss > ice 1
Wells rell Fargp FargoAmal 200 2054S
Amal Copper 38 30O JW oM 4S i 4S c 4S
Amn C F 100 19 194 v 19 1911 9 i 19
Preferred 100 71 ta > 70 70wi
Amn ColuOIl ColuOIlPreferred CotOilPreferred wi 23 23v 21A
Preferred rtld < > v ss ssPrferfetl
Amn A ice J i 7 7refrred
J referred 4t3 J J 25f Y
Ama m IlnII IAn r a 8Y
Prferfetl Prtt > rr tl v > 9 29s
Amn A Locom v tfdQ t1y Y
Preferred > d 380 S1 S2 8 8mn S25
Anal mn S RMO RMOvPreferred it li 4 4SL 4814 38 48
Preferred lift 3 r 9 9119i 91
Amn Sugar Rj R S480 S480Ana S4 Jj14 327 JQ4 s7
Ana Min Mm lIn Co CoBrook zuoo 50O Gi < 35 4 GVa 6 g 67
Brook Rap TvliSOO T 11900 18 l 4851 4t 42 42T c
Iolo F I ICon i T 2S
Con Gas 1000 191 1 193 191 9t
Corn Products OO OOPreferred 13 13Vi 13 13 137S 3
Preferred PreferredGen Prer rri > d 7S i
Gen Gt > n Electric SX 166 169 19fl 81
Inter Paper 5XJ 13 12 1 12 12314SOO 1
Preferred PreferredInter 61
Inter Pump 3G
Preferred Preferr < l TV 74 4 4at
Nat at Lend LendNorth L l 14
North Amh AmflPacific v J 81
Pacific Mall all vvr vvrPeoples o 26 6
Peoples Gas 3 Jj i 97 97 j 97
Pressed S Car CarPreferred Ptje 9 f tY
Preferred oi 70
Pull PullPal Pal Car C A OO
Repub Steel JL 1tt 7 Nt i
Preferred Prt > erred 300 aooJt 9 41 U 4
Rubber Goods GoodsPreferred 19 9
Preferred PreferredTenn PreferredTeim 762
Tenn Tenne C 8I I vn vnU 30 SY r
U S Leathar flBD 51 7 714 1
Preferred J A wi l v300 OO > i 151k 78 S 78 78k
U 1 S Rfculty R uIl < 3h > 7 0 7
Preferrjd PreCerr < b v 3200 21 il I t is 51 1 4
U S Rubber RubbertOO 3 0 0Preferred 13 0 1J 11 10h
Preferred 6CO 1 a2 5111 sl 5
U S Steel Steel10900 10SOO 10SOOPreferredvM20il 1l hi l1 s 1J 1Jw 1Je
PreferredvM20il PreferredvM20ilWest Preferred e 32d4 53 573 5 ¼
West w Electric Gi 400 i 105 lfAJ 10 1
West e t Union UnionTdtal UnIonTotal h 57
Total T tal sales for the day da 314800 shares sharesBond sharesBond
rBond Bond Quotations Qiiotati tion n
U S rfs > s rcg105do reg10ido
do coupon 105yfe 10Zi1 10Zi1C l05 l05U
U S 3s r reg 106 106do 106do 106do
do coupon 10 10U 10J1 10J1U
U 1 S n 4s rag reg 182 1 ido 2 2do
do coupon 13J 1 1U 13 13ty s
17 So S 0 4sreg IOC IOCdo I1tdo 10644
do coupon 1074 10n4Atlg l07tAtchison
AtchIson gen 4slO 4slOOadist < Vji Vjiad
ad adist jet 43 4sAtijinthr 8S 8Uhe i
Atlantic Atlg GOaat GOaatline f tIast tIastline t
line 4s csB 4sBO4a 02 02B
B BO4a O 4s y3 y3Cent 13Cent JiCent
Cent of G 5sl05Vf 55 10i1
do 1st inc incC 06 06C roC
C O 4s H s 101 101Q 101q
Q A ttU 1Mg 78 7 7C
C B Q Q7tt h 4st 4stCJM 4stbh I IC
CJM C Y St StP StPg p pgen Pg
gen g n 4s s 107 107C 107C I
C N con 7sK3 7sK3C 7s 7sC lShj J
R R4i R4idocolls 43 N675i N675ido 6i s sdo
do docolls col as is ITSH SY 7s 7sC
C C C BU SLL St St1gen4s I IL
L 1gen4s gen 4s 99 99ChL roChI 90Cli
ChI Cli Ter 4s 5 SJ SJCon SICon SOCon
Con Tob 4s SS SSC isC 58C
C S 4s SSWD sa saD SSW 55VD
D R R G 4s 9S 9SErie SSErie OSErie
Erie prior to tolien tolien i
lien 4s 97 97Erie 37Erie 97Erieen4s
Erie Erieen4s fCn gen 4s 845 84 84F
F W W Vi D C CIsts CIst5 Cists
Ists istsHock 1 104 104Hoek < HH
Hock Y 4s c 105 105L 100L 105L
L L > N u 4s U I
Manhattan lI nhatthn con congold conI cond connt congold
gold d 4s 103 103Mex 1 1do 1113Mex
Mex I Cent nt 4s is 6 6do 68 68do
do 1st Inc 13 13M JJlI
M St L L Js 96 96M 96M
M K T 4s 4sdo 9Hi 9Hido 9i 9ido
do 2nds 2ndsN 2ndsN i 77 77N
N R R of M Mcon 3 3con4a 1 1con
con con4a con4aN 4s 75 75N itI itIY
N Y C gen 5sl2 5sl2N ri2s ri2sNP4s 1 1P
N NP4s NP4sdo3s P 4s Lie Liedo 01 01N 01o 01YCOh
do3s do3sN do o 3s v >
N W YCOh con 4s cs csO 4s90 05 05O
O 8 L 4s and andpartic andpartie andpartIc
partic 72 72Penn 72 72Penn 72Penn
Penn com 3s 96 96Read 96R 96Read
Read R d gen 4s 96 96Sta 96St 96StAlL
Sta St StAlL X J M Mcol 31co25s f
col c co25s t5s 3s 113 113St U3 113St
St li SF SFfgl3 S SFtgs F FtgtIs
fgl3 i S1T4 51 51St
St 11 i Sw 818ts ISts 9fe 935f1oabO P3 P3Seaboard
Seaboard oabO rd Air jvirlino Alrline Airline
line 4s 69 69S 69S 69S
S S P 4s S6f 81s 81sdo
do d05s 5s eO 112i 11 4
T P 1sts 416T 416 416T 116T
T St L L L4s W W4s W4s
4s 4sC Iii Iiil < 3 3U
U l P Pis PisU 4s lBi 1Qo1 1Qo1y
U y P cony convU w 96j
U j S S 2n 2nd 5s 75 75Wabashlstt iWabashlst 76IVabashista
Wabashlstt 115 115Uabosh 11iWab ilIWabash
Wabash Wab h DB 61 61W 61Sr
W L L E 4s s S5 S5Vls saWis 85Vis
Vls Cent 4s 88 I
The Bank Statement StatementNew StatementXe
New Xe Yoik March 1ar h 19 19The 19The The statement s ltemenl of ofaverages oCaverages
averages of the clearing house banks of ofthis ofthis ofthis
this city for the week ck shows showsLoans sl1OwsLoans showsLoans
Loans 51198918800 tOS91S increase 51610809 51610809Deposits 1519805Deposits
Deposits Depo dts 515018700 I 1Ol1po decrease decreaseCirculation J225200 J225200Circulation 5200 5200Circulation
Circulation 36IS8QO IIIatj decrease 51048
500 sooLegal
Legal tenders 6931400 6III t fl4400 OO decrease 701 701S 794
MK MKSpecie
Specie S ecle liGO 173f GO decrease L885500 31595500Reserve L885500Reserve 1WiiOOResrvc
Reserve 2S6S01000 decreased decreaa 20300 20300Reaeno 2000300Reservo
Reserve required 2502i242a 2i 2 decrease decreaseJ63SSOO decreoso63SSOO
J63SSOO J63SSOOSurplus 63SSOOsurplus
Surplus 52731d57B decrease 222500 2 1252500Er ijI
Ex t 1 S deposits rrMifiO decrease ecreasc ecreasc3SSOii
2388075 32388075TheFinancier 2388075The 3SSOiiTheFlnanler I
The TheFlnanler Financier this week says The fea feature feature featare ¬
ture of the official statement of oftheNew the New
York associated banks last week we k Was as the thewide thewide
wide discrepancy between the cash cashchanges cashchanges cashchanges i
changes as shown by b the bank ank returns returnsand returnsand
and those indicated by the estimates estimateswhich estimateswhich 8t1mateswhlth
which werebased were bl1sld on the traceable move movements movenients ¬
ments of money during the th week The Theofficial Theofficial Theofficial
official statements showed an unaccount unaccountable unaccountable unaccountnble ¬
able loss lo of 2000300 cash sh while the esti estimates esUmattS estimates ¬
mates called for u gain j ln of about this thl sum sumOf sumor sumof
Of 2743000 The deposits decreased 255
200 and the required reserve was reduced
63SOO deducting which from the loss of ofcash ofca3h olcash
cash as abOAC left 52C26300 G26JJO as the de decrease dpr decrease ¬
crease r c In surplus reserve to 27310 27310577
Computed on the basIs ot deposits less lessthose lesthose lessthose
those of 3404581OOmiblic 404S8700 mi uubllc bile funds the tft sur surplus surplus surplus ¬
plus Is 37432750 The government depos deposit dt deposits > pos posIt ¬
it its it maybe ma may b he noted were wertdncrcoscd increased 5353 93
700 making 3385400 since Feb 6 6 Loans Loanswere Loanswere Loanswere
were > increased as was expected but not notto notto notto
to the extent looked for the amount of ofgain ofgain ofgain
gain being 51519SOO The statement did didnot didnot didnot
not show a good balance the sum of loss lossof lossot lossof
of cash less the Increase in loans being beingprreajer beln belnIrentEr beinggreater
greater by 9153W than the decrease in
deposits This failure of the return to
balance was probably probab due to the bank bankmerger bankmerEr bankmerger
merger operations Circulation decreased decreased10J8800
1048800 during the week making 58011600 58011600Inco 801100081n0 8011500since
since Jan 2 The Th average daily lI clear clearIngs clearings IenrInlS
Ings wore I1S3000COO an increase of 2oi 2r j
000000 compared rompal with the > previous week weekreflecting w weekreflecting > k krftlpc
reflecting rftlpc lnl more more active speculation on the thestock thetock thestock
stock exchange and possibly showing the
loans Ioansdue due to the collapse in the cotton
deal The clearings reported on Saturday Saturdayroresenting Saturdarfuresentlng Saturdayrcnresenting
roresenting Fridays business were 190
475248 or above abo the th average overa One On inn incident Inrident inndent ¬
dent of tho weekwas week was the merger mt > rger of the theentral theCentral
Central entral National by b the Citizens which whichbecame whlcl1became whichbecame
became effected on Monday 1onda The > capital capitalof
of tho latter was increased by b > JLOOOOOO JLOOOOOOwhich 31000000which 1000000which
which was the amount of the capital of ofthe otthe ofthe
the Central The loans cash and depos deposits deposits deposits ¬
its of the th < Citizens were augmented augmentedthrough augmentedthrough augmentedthrough
through the operations of the merger mergerGRAINAND mt mergerGEINAND > rgcr rgcrGR
Chicago Chlc golarch March 19 19Plenh Plenty of buying buyingordersfor buingorders buyingorderafor
ordersfor orders for wheat were In evidence t ldencc at the theopening th thoptnlng theopening
opening The cry was quite qut e generally ad advanced advanced advanced ¬
vanced thatrthe thatr the Sully affair would cause causefreer causcCreer causefreer
freer scope to be given to the influence influenceof
of socalledLegitimate socalled Legltlmate conditions In Initial InJUal InItlal ¬
itial quotations for Mov Iru Irt were JfoC c lower lowerto Jowlato iowctto
to Vic e lilglierrtt hlgllcr t 92 Jf1 July JUly was 1t lOwer I r to toc toJ tOc
J c higher at SSS i5rtu rto to 87 git Shorts especially especiallywero espoiahlvwere sPQolnHv sPQolnHvero
were ero active buyers andwith nud with limited of offerings 0 0ferlngs oferings ¬
ferings prices prf mode quick advance May MayFelling 4layselling SEa SEaselling
selling up to OS and July Jul to S7 i Reports Reportsfrom Reportsfrom Reportsrota
from rota Kansas and other sections Ft > rUons of the thesouthwest thesouthwest thesouthwest
southwest were to the effect efff > ct that the therain thbn1ln tb tbrain
rain fall of the Inet few days was quit qultoInadequate quitInadequnte quiteiiiadeqUitto
Inadequate to the needs of the th growing growingplant srowlniplant growingplant
plant and that hopes of a satisfactory satisfactorycrop
crop of winter wheat was becoming faint fainter ¬
er as the season 8 uon progressed pro res5pd ToWnrd the theend th thend theend
end of the first hour however In spite spiteof spiteoC spiteof
of the preponderance of bullish Informa Information Information informatioii ¬
tion there was nsmuch much wheat for sale sun sunposed sup supposed supposed
posed to btf bfQn b qn account a cC01 n tn nf teaRt eastern prn specula speculators speculatorN speculatars ¬
torN Undea rn i This hlstselUnsJMay setUn3iay tUJp JIay declined declinedto drc1nroto
to 9V5i 111 wHUc3 w1iliIhhlaw ly < i M tw Hn t 86 On the thebreak thpbreak thebreak
break therewas thttp was free fr e covering eo 7lpg by b shorts shortsand shortsand shortsand
and buying buy In by b pit traders tra p oh onth on the theory theorythat tbforthat theorythat
that the markci hud been largely over ¬
sold An n improved l a vcd cash demand dema Inr Inrcreasddthe la lacreas iecreased
creasddthe creas creased tJ the buying bulng1n 1n spoculaflre trading tradingand tradingand tradi tradiand
and caused u a sharp rally ran May 181 advanced advancedto adV8II ndvacto < ed edto
to lo s and July to S7 S7j The close was wasstrong WSJistronl wasstrong
strong with May r at 3fc FInal figures on onequal onJul
Jul July Wlrtfat were at 115j jO CJ CIParDe5 tr Ulg or wMeat wMeatnnd wketand
and tJnur were equal lo 0 308700 b bUshels bUsbelLPrlmar bUshelsPrimary neU neUPrimary
Primary Prlmar receipts rf lPts were 3S5 i1O 0 a year ago agoMinneapolis agoI1nnsapol
Minneapolis I1nnsapol Duluth and d Chicago report reported ¬
ed receipts reC pt of 331 carp ta compared with Itk Itkf
3Z6 5 last week w k and WTa yeariigo yeariigoA eaaaa eaaaaA 1agO 1agOA °
f A material improvement was manifested manifestedin
in corn at the opening but the raar raari mark markwas raarkej raarkejwas
was very tory nervous nero s and sensitive aensltl to moo J1IOtVcrate mOdecrate
I crate trading oa either thfl side sid The clone clonewas cJoltewas closewas
i was strong and near the ton to top figures figuresI figuresSlay
I May 1 a opened unchanged un hanged to k nteher at at5I6S2i atilf at5lg1a2
5I6S2i ilf sold between 51 and nt fe and andclosed Antidosed ansiclosed
closed at 62 Ef July ranged between bftw between4l 41 i an ani aniclosing fll I ISO
SO 0 closing with a gain of t 1 1341 tfl 1 at atOt 5 5ic a aLocal
Ot ic c Local receipts were 131 15 7 cars with witnone withone withone
one of contract grade gradeOats rde rdeOats de deOats
Oats made a is substantial ub tant1aJ recovery JtCO from fromclosing tromclosing fromclosing
closing weakness of the previous se tN80n tN80nlhe asesoftThe on onThe
The close I waJ wtt 11 well toward < l the top Xtay Xtayopened M Mopened 1 1opened
opened c c lower to c higher at atAfter 3flAfiIMIs 3flAfiIMIsAlter 30I5 30I5Alter
Alter selling between 3fc and 40 fOIr fOIrclQse 1 1close rhe rheclose
close was at 404 401 July Ji h ranged raDedtween be between hatween ¬
tween 3SVi 3S and 3ft 39 closing with a gain of ofat ofi
i at 3S 3SThe 3S 3SThe
The features in trading in provisions provisionswere pIOvlstoftSwere provISloDwere
were selling of pork by b eommlssKw eommlssKwhouses tOIIUJ1I9 tOIIUJ1I9houses eomtnIsshouses
houses and buying of lard and ribs by bypackers hYPllckers b bpackers
packers Pork closed unchanged unc aged lard lardISc laralSc
ISc 15 up and ribs Me higher higherThe higherThe higherThe
The leading futures ranged a5 follow followi followWIIEAT foUowWHEATNo
i lOpenBiglTLoWlC1OSC lOpenBiglTLoWlC1OSCMay Open OpenJ IJUgh JIlgh7TLow Low ICkse Close CloseMay
May 92 9 tff92Y19Si1 tff92Y19Si1Jol < 892 9293 01 t I9 93 93Joly 4
Joly Jol o8S 01 i1t6S < 06SS8 S9 I S7 SS SSMay Sis SisMay
May nGS4S7S7 nIGS CS7W I 183 SS S754 Scli ScliSept S7 S7Sept
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choice maltlrj 43 4i4j 4i4jIax 4555 53 53Flax 3 >
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ern em 113 113Mess 11t6 11t631ess 113Mess
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Clover Cloverc5nntract verC Contract ntract grade 187I 187IOat 1t 1tcles 1VT 1VTrttcles
rttcles cles rRecShlp rRecShlpFlour RShi RShiFlour
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Oat Oata bushels bushelsHye bushelsBye fe l JlO
Bye R ei bushels bushelsBjirloy II WIa WIanArlo r
Bjirloy bushels bushelsDelinquent 1 t1 l 2L 2LDelinquent 20i 20iDelinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeKAGLK NoticeEAGLE NotheAGLE
lien of principal place of business Salt SaltLake SutLake SaItLake
Lake City It Utah ttahiNUce Xqtica a There are dc dcIlniiuent deJin dohinituent
Jin Ilniiuent uent On n thololloxvlng tho thoIJOfOIIOli drg described 4QSC1 lbed stock stockon stockOtt tockon
on accountofrai accotint of IJOfOIIOli tia ta assesshieofc levied on onJan onJan oflJan
Jan 18 1904 th the several1 pevera ameupts 3iIu a ± ts act 0t op opposite 01posUe opposite ¬
posite the names of the there8fKedve8bare there8fKedve8bareholders respeettveahare respeettveahareholders espeetIvesbareholders
holders as follows followsCert CoUowsCrL followsCert
Cert CertNo CrLo CertNo
No o Shares J ount ountG8
68 John C Young 25 3 J J5i
57 Cynthia A Young Young1GM Young1GMJ 1068 SSn 51
74 J Cynthia C A Young14000 Young 14000 VKM 5S
103 Cynthia A Young 909 lM lMAnd 150And
And fn accordance with law and the theorder theorder
order of the board of directors made the the18th the1Stli
18th day of January 1904 so many of the theshares theshares
shares of each parcel of such stock as asmay asmay
may be necessary will be sold at the of office offlee ¬
flee of the company rooms 29 and 21 21Commercial 21Commercial
Commercial National Bank block East BastSecond EastSecond
Second South street Salt Lake City CityUtah
Utah on the 17th day of March 1904 at atthe atthe
the hour of12 of oclock noon to pay the thedelinquent thedelinquent
delinquent assessment thereon together togetherwith togetherwith
with the cost of advertising and expense expenseof
Secretary SecretaryRooms gecrotaryRooms
Rooms 2021 Commercial National Bank BankBlock BankBlock
Block Salt Lake City Utah UtahThoTdate UtniThordate
ThoTdate of saleof saleofdehlnquent delinquent stock tp tpwU
wU wttMareh17thi0114 March17th 1904 as fixed in the thegoing f fgoing
going notice hag been postponed to toisf1daI sBm sBmis
is isf1daI Xbd f fogAr1l oft April JW 1 1904J i9G4et at 12 o octtd octtdnoonOf lpS lpSnoon
noon noonOf of that day at t jwrrio place whvit whvitand wh
and whereall where aIl delinquentstock will Ita Itasold hoaokk L
sold soldBy aokkBy
By order of the board of directors directorsWILLIAM directorsWILLIAM
WILLIAM PISCHEL Secretary SecretaryAssessment SecretaryAssessment
dated Gold Mines Co Principal office officeroom officeroom
room 4 409 McCornick building Salt Lake LakeCity LakeCity
City Utah Notice is hereby given that thatat thatat
at a meeting of the board of directors of ofthe ofthe
the DexteijTuscarora Consolidated 5011 5011Mines O1dMines
Mines company held on the 2nd d day of ofMarch ofMarch
March 1904 an assessment of seven 7 7cents 7cents
cents per share was levied and assessed assessedupon assessedupon
upon the capital stock or said corpora corporation corporaion ¬
ion t payable forthwith to L D i Lee the thesecretary theecretary
secretary s of said company at room 40 40McCornick Ii IiMcCornick
McCornick building Salt Lake City Utah UtahAny rtuhAny
Any stock anon which this assessmentmay assessment assessmentmay
may remain unpaid on the Sth day of ofApril ofApril
April 1904 will be delinquent and adver advertised adverised ¬
tised for sale at public auction aadun aadunless aad un uness ¬
less l ess payment is made before so many manyshares manyshares
shares of each parcel of such stock stockas stoctcas
as may be necessary will be besold besold
sold on the 21st day of April 1904 at atoclock
2 oclock In the afternoon of sid sipld day dayo
to t o pay the delinquent assessment thereon thereontogether thereonogether
together t with costs of advertising andex andexpenses andexpenses ¬
penses of sale salelBated saleDated
Bated this 2nd day of March 1904 1904e 1904eL
L I D > LEE LBESecretary LEESecrtary
Secretary DexterTUsearora Consoli Consolidated Consohidated ¬
dated Gold Mines company companyRoom companyRoom400
Room Room400 409 McCornlckBulldinsr Salt Lake
City Utah UtahSales UtahSalesContinually
Sales SalesContinually Continually Increasing Increasingon JncreasinjOn
on Utahs MoneyBack MoneyBackBrand MoneyBackBrand
Brand BrandTheres BrandIIUSLERS
Theres a Reason for it
The 25 per cent and 50 per cfnt discount die diecount ¬
I count sale qit zi Wall Ppir Pitpor atftt con continoes contthueg
tinoes OEO W EBERT EBERTTwo ° O OStores
I Two Stores 57 Main St 32C State St StUotice StNotice
Notice of Special Stockholders Meet Meeting Meeting ¬
company Notice la hereby given that a ameeting ameeting
meeting of the stockholders of the Tono Tonolah Tonolah
lah Salt Lake Mining company will bfc bfchad bshad
had and heM at the office of said com company cornvans ¬
vans room 51 511 Progress building Salt SaitLalce
Lake Lalce City Utah oh on Wednesday April
20 18W at the hour of 3 oclock p m of ofthat o othat
that day for the purpose of considering
and passing upon the advisability of con consoJidatittK eonsolidating
soJidatittK the property of the Tonopati TonopatiSalt Tonopatit
t Salt Lake Mining company with the thaproperty theproperty
property of the Jim Butler Tonopah Min Mm Mmlag ¬
lag company upon certain terms and andconditions andconditions
I conditions which will be submitted to the thostockholders thestockholders
stockholders at said meeting said Jim JimButler JimButler
Butler Tonopah Mining company having havingmade havingmade
made to the aM Tonopali Salt Lake LakeMining LakeMining
Mining company a proposition of con consolidation consolidation ¬
solidation which will be explained at said saidmeeting saidmeeting
meeting of stockholders of said last lastnamed lastnamed
named company
This meeting Is called caiieJ by order of th thboard the theboard
board of directors of said Tonopah Li Salt SaltLake SatLake
Lake Mining company companyA
A C HLJLIS JR JRSecretary JRSecretary
Secretary Tonopah Salt Lake Mining
Dated March 1 3S 18M 18Mnoticeof 1901irotIce
noticeof irotIce of Assessment AssessmentLITTLE AssessmentLITTIE
company Principal place of busine busineSalt bueinesSalt
Salt Lake City Utah Location of ofmines ofmines
mines Tlntic mining district Juab ceun ceunty couny
ty y Utah Notice Is 2s1uereby hereby given that aL aLa ata
a meeting of the board of directors of th thLlotle the theLithe
Lithe Chief Ch1e Mining Milling companv companvheW companhe14
heW at the office of the xomftuty comany March MarchIS
IS 191 an assessment of one a 1 c ceeit ceeitpei it itper
per hare being assessment Nx 19 was waslevied waslevied
levied on the capital stock of the cur corporatlr curporatirn
poratlr > n issued and outstanding payable payableat
at once to P E McKinney secretary oi oithe of ofthe
the company at his office No Nea 471 to t
481 South Tenth East street Salt Lak LakCity Lake LakeCity
City Utah Any stock upon which this thisassessment thisassessment
assessment may remain unpaif uiinair on th ih25th >
25th 2 th day of April 19M will b be > delinquent delinquentand
and advertised for male aaI at public auction auctionand auctionand
and unless payment is made before wilt wiltbe wiltbe
be sold on the 11th day of May 1904 at li lioclock
oclock 0 EthOck noon te pay pa the delinquent as assessment assesansent ¬
sessment together with the costs of ad advertising advertihssg ¬
vertising and expenses of sale saleP saleP
toe 471 to 4t t South Tenth mast Street Streetat
at Salt Lake City Brewing Companys CompanysoCflce Cornpanytsoffice
office Salt Lake City Utah UtahNotice UtahNotice
Notice NoticeNOTICE NoticeNOTLCB
the naBMBment of the tax levied by th thcitw the thecitn
citw council of Salt Lake City Utah ttahordleanee b bordinanc >
ordinanc passed March 14 ISM noon u on the thowoperty thelroperty
woperty abutting upon all of lot lots a 5 and amiblock 5 5block
block 34 the east 14 14C < feet of lot 5 and andall antall
all of tot lots 6 7 and S block 55 plat P PSalt 11Salt
Salt Lake City survey survsyfor for the purpose of ofexteluline f fextending
extending and having sewer lateral ort ortthe OTtthe
the south aide of Fourth South street streetfrom etrctfrom
from Third East street to Fifth East Eaststreet Eaststreet
street in sewer district No I Is com completed om ompleted ¬
pleted pletedThat m
That the board of equalization and r rview ro roview >
view appointed by the city council f 1tlmt r rtliat
tliat pnrnose will meet atthe at the office officeT f fT
T iR Black No 17 West Second South Southstreet Southstreet
street on Tuesday March 29 1904 aol amicontinue aolcontinue
continue Jn sfeSeo mini S Siitnrd tiir < la > Aprl
2 1994 between t the hours of C 4r9 130and4 130and4p nfl43 < i ip
p m and Sett v l hear heart < tRl < bon bonelderaflv bonelderaflvobjections Wer ahv ahvobjections
objections had make correction of acv apvtax acvtax
tax which sal board may deem unequal unequalor
or 0l unjust unjustThat unmetThat
That iluring said time between the thohours thehours
hours of 9 a nt ud3 isd S p m said list 1rtwin listwifl
win be open tg puUHc inspection at lh lhof the theoffice
of office fee of Ofihe the rfty eltyrecorder recorder room V0 H Hand ckv ckvand <
and county bttiWtae itJ nd aisnat l0 t the of office offlee ¬
flee of T R Black No 17 AVe ost t Second SecondSouth SecondSouth
South street SaltLakeCity san Like City Utah UtahBy itahBy
By order of the th ° cKy 5ty council datrl datrlMarch dateilSEarch
Cit CitRccursier CitRccursierSewer lecoiir lecoiirv
v Sewer Extension No 12Z 12ZNOTICE 12 12Notic
Notic NoticNOTICE
the assessment of the tax levied bv b th thproaerty the theciteetuejli <
citeetuejli of Salt Iakr City TIh ha haolisnee
olisnee RSftd Marc4 1 1964 upon the thenrortybutttng
proaerty nrortybutttng abutting uDonJHs f Jots ots 5 to M MMckfefcexoC 1 1Mchb4apoC
MckfefcexoC blo bleek k 1 and all of lots tto 1 to
47 ijjcliwve of block 2 Lincoln Park Parksubdivision Parksubdiviajos
subdivision for the purpose of construct constructing constructinga ¬
ing inga gravel sidewalk six fleet et wide on onboth onboth
both sides df D street between Eleventh EleventhEast IIleYbnlhEi
East Ei it and Thirteenth East streets in insidewalk insidewalk
sidewalk district No X te completed completedThat completedThat
That the tbebostd Ijostcl of equalization equaIztlontn4Fro equaIztlontn4Froview fernlre fernlreview
view appointed by the city council for forthat fo fothat
that puroose will meet at the office of ofthe ofthe
the citv recorder room MO city and coca county cocat3 ¬
ty t3 buiffling on Tuesday March 29 1904 1904and 1904ad
and continue in session until Saturday SaturdayApril SaturdayApril
April 2 1904 between the hours of 330 330and 316and
and 430 p m and will hear and con consider eonshier ¬
shier any objections and make correc correction eorreetion ¬
tion of any ny tax which said board may mayde maydeem
de deem m un unel Ufcl or cWunjust cWunjustThat unjust r rThat
That djiring afd aW time between th thhours t thours
hours of 5 t a m and 3 p pt m said list will wrtlboooen willbe
be boooen coon to puhllftJnspectipn aLlies off offle offleof if ifof
of th the city recorder record ° r coom thorn TW cIty and andcounty and001kM
001kM county buiWing Salt Lake City Utah UtahBJPorder UtahByordOr
BJPorder of cftv cftysenflnil councfl dated JVTatrti
City Recorder RecorderSWewalk RecorderSidewalk
Sidewalk Extension No N 2i readver readvertised readrerUsed
Used I IDelinquent IDelinquent
Delinquent Notice NoticeBLACK NoticeBLACK
Location of principal piece of business businessCl businessSalt
Salt Cl T Iake mi City TT Utah t NotlceThere ST y ydelroqwent are aredelinqeont
delroqwent on the following d described describedstock scribed scribedstock
stock OR accotmt of assessment No 2 2levied 2levied
levied on the flth day of January 19M 19Mthe 1904the
the several s veral amounts Mt OppOsite the thenames theiiarnes
names of the respective shareholders as asfollows a afollows
follows followsNo followsNo
No No NoCert NoCert
Cert Name Shares Amt
19 J B Kenworthy 6043 X > tfO I0CO
109 J B Thompson EOO 1009 >
110 J B Thompson JWJ Wrt 10 10lii
111 J B Thompson 500 W00
123 E J Yard TT 2000 13 40JO
147 Elias A Smith fc 350 1120 20
146 Jean Thomas >
ISO J M Wheeler 615 KM
160 F D Klraball 640 64 1280
175 J 1 L Sheets lOW 2 200 W W1W
1W WmHohnatedt Charles
Mayer and David Sprltz Sprltztrustees Saritstrustes
trustees 1C09 M
185 Wm WmWohnstedt Hohnstedt Charles CharlesMayer CharlosMxiyot
Mayer and David Sprltz Sprltztrustees Spritatrustees
trustees 1009 2 W
103 Wra Hohnstedt Charles CharlesMayer CharlesMayet
Mayer and David SPrits Sprltztrustees SPritstrustees
trustees 1000 L 30W
107 Wm Hohnstedt Charles CharlesMayer CharlesMayer
Mayer and David Sprltz Sprltztrustees Spritatrustees
trustees 1000 1001And 2003 2003And
And in accordance with law and the or OrCar
Car of the board of drecters m5de the the20th
2 20th th day of January w 50 > many mai of the theshares theshares
shares of each parcel of such stock as asmay asmay
may be necessary will be sold at the office officeof officeof
of the company room 215 Commercial CommercialClub CommercIalClub
Club building West Temple St1 SL Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake qty Utah en the 17th dffe cC cCMarch C CMarch
March 1904 at the luvur of 10 0 oclock oclockm oelOlt L Lm
m to pay th the deJimment H95e RS5O5S11I54t RS5O5S11I54tthereon saMnt saMntthereon
thereon together with the costof coat of sliver advertising sliverUsing ¬
Using and expense of sale saleJAMES saleJAMES
JAMES A MAHON Secy SecyRoom SecyRoom
Room 215 Commercial Club Bidet Salt SaltLake SaltLake
Lake City Utah UtahBy UtahBy
By order of the board of directors the theabove theabove
above sale has been postponed until April AprilId
Id 1904 at the same hour ana place placeJAMES placeJAMES
irJ irJEverything
Everything You Need NeedI
OR theseasons work on the Lawn and andGarden
Garden will be found In this store storeRakes
Rakes Hoes Spades Lawn Mowers Lawn LawnWeeders
Weeders 6arden HOse Reels Nozzles or oranything
anything eIand they are alt of the themost
most subst tialmakeand all are moder moderately
ately priced I ISalt
Salt dke HdrthytireCo
424446 West Second South SouthI

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