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THE HERALDREPUBLICAN SALT LAKE CITY UTAH SATURDAY DEC 4 1909
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t LOCAL SECURITIES
of
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r Adv iroa in prices fr lca1 induria recGtir s tinancial iuive been review a Tor the j
I tie vecK accur < itiK to J i ivti r 1 r in M > figures The
firm
I work says ° Our local I sr urn ie s an in good demand at have caused a de
t snlt lidiil runs being made iy the several sugar factories of the bank stocks
number
inai ii for the < preferred suxar stock Quit a
i and liomls show iidvances In price stocks
preferred sugar
Mr Cutler said yesUrdav that the demand CI dais offered at last week
liid cleaned the market of al securities of that ut d in rt to jbe
> neral of toe markct he fcttrlbutjd part
J lations The general strength a the in tha near future and
dividends h > se paid in
1 regarding special
1 1 ma current
Iie approach of the regular dividend perod bavd on actual sales and the opln
Following are the latest quotations
ions af brokers
DIVIDENDS ig
k
SEClIITIES Capital Par 8
Rate I Paid I ro
Per In PAYABLE c
q Cent 1908
O N
6 Ja AJuL O 1100 I 99 00
A nalgamated tiugar Co Pref f1 lQOOI 6 1 IJa I
Jul O 100 190 00
JaAJul
AiiialgainatPd Sugar CO Com 850406 8 I 8 I Ja 9100190
250001 8 114 I Jan July 50J145 00
fiHines Banking Co Kayvllle
i Ja A Jul O 100116 50
< > Vagon I Machine Oo 25000001 I S j 10 100f130
1001130 00
0001 I
259001
Continental 1 National Bank
i Ofseret National Bank 500000 12 17 iJa A Jul 01001300 00
IJa D i 100 710 00 I
l testre Savintfs Hank I 100000 8 31 M Ju a
Dais Co Bank FarminAtoIl1 25000 8 12 I Jan July 100 140 00
i First IVatinal I Bani Ogden iroiooj 12 j 12 jJa A Jul O 100 315 00 I
I > t National ink Murray 60uO0 8 I Ii iJil A Jul O 100 HO 00
First I National Ila ik Logan I SO0001 1C 110 I I Jan July 100 225 00
Hmtif Fire Insurance Co 30O000 8 12 IJaA Jul O 100 206 00
II I L ± grant Co 1 200000 12 12 IJa A < Jul O 100 no 00
10 IS 50
1 1000000 5 4 I Quarterly
L vision + Sugar Co
1373001 1 1001110 00
Bank
rcliants
i tina Bank of the Republic j 300000 8 I 8 I Jan July looieo 00
Nil National Hank 500001 6 3 I Mh Sep 100120 00
75000 8 8 Ja A Jul 0 10012RO 00
t > jiuii SaviiiRs hank > 0I
t 1ingiee National Bank Ogdenj 1 170001 16 112 I Ja A Jul O 1001233 00
Yr > vo Com dar ings Bank j 100000 8 10 Ja A Jul Ot 100160 Oil
Rooky Mt fLlI Tel Co 10000000 I f JaAJulo looi or DO 1 I
Salt lake Security Trust Co 00000 7 j 7Jan I July 100140 00
t tale Bunk of Utah I 300000 12 i 11 Jan July 1001233 00
Stale Bank ft Brilliant City 40000 1 12 i Quarterly 100 II Si 00
SuKar City Townslte Co rouoo 8 I I 8 IJa A Jul O 1001100 00 5J y
Yhitln faros UankinK Co Log 1 1500001 10 10 IJa A Jul 0 1001150 00 t j
Itah rnkg Co Lehi Ac A Fork 60010 8 ft Quarterly 10011 oo i
I Italiiilalio Sugar Co Pref 1M ° M < M 7 7 Mh Jun S DI f 10 8 S7
2k
101
TialiIdaho Sugar Co Coin 300010 I I
Vtrni County Light Power Co SMO a 8 IJa A J O I Ii 100
Iuli Hotel Co liOto 100
Viali National Bank SM 40 8C A JW1 0 J 100132 00
t 1taii Savings Trust Co SSAfM C I 61 I Mh Sep 100112 00
i 1tah Implement Vehicle Co lIOttOtI lq i Jul 0 J Ai 1001 S7 10
aker Bros Bankers 2SOOM 13 i I 14 i Jan July 100250 00
AVf stern Loan Saving Co 18888010110 i Jan July j 1001112 00
Ziois Savings Bark Trust Co 210000 8 24 Mh Jun S DI 1001600 00 I
7 c M I 1077 00 12 I 12 j A 15 Oct liil 100207 00 I
7 C Home Bldg R E Co pret 10110011 7 I iJa A Jul 01 11 i 1 00 i
7 C home Bldg R K Co com I l oeool 8 I IJa A Jul 01 i i oo I
Jf
BONDS
i II Lake I Clty Railroad UaOi I 6 Jan July 11000 10
Ul11ptpr alley Ualhoad 190000 G I G Jan Juh I 1001 101
In County Light Power Co 110100 I 8 Oct April I 500i 1ftt
taii Sugar Co l MtM s I i Sept i looo ill i 1
THE RAILROADS OF
THE HOLY LAND
ashington D C Deputy Consul
John D Whiting of Jerusalem recently
made a journey over the Damascus
Ma railway and describes the Hue and
it equipment as follows
Tiif 1 rails usd in the construction are
sled l and come from the United States
r out Damascus to Daraa wooden ties
already being re
tc Tt laid which are
jlaed 1 by iron ones From Darau south
only 1 non ties which also come from the
Iintfd States are used
sme of the lUt cars and the freight
< i u came from Belgium while the pas
The first
fnjjpr ears are from Germany
first cars I
corridor running clear through on one
> d of the car into which open the small
i iimments which accommodate eight
finely uphol
i r > uns each They are
siivi and cost JSOuo francs v J40 > each
1 Mil now there hlve been no second
> s ears Th thirdclass cars are fitted
liltout I wooden benches in rows
the center
ti an aisle running through
and have no
TL < > are not upholstered
nji but have glass windows and
slant J rs They = cost 19000 francs IiitOO
iis road has h i n biiilt by the Tur
I government silted to a small ex
t it h l y contributions oil devoted Moham
iidins i Mei uir Pisha a German has
ntn 1 I of FOBstrUvUon of the road
I < d I is assisted by other EuropEan engi1 I
neera The greater part of the manual
labor has been done by the regular Tnr
kith soldiers without extra pay i
The Damascus station of the railway i I I
is situated at the extreme southern end
of that part of the city called the Medan i
In viewing Damascus from the heights to
the northwest the city resembles a sauce I i
pan or a spoon with a round bowl the
main part being round and the quarter I
called the Medan corresponding to the
handle The latter is practically a sin
gle l long treptYhp station consists of I
several buildings some of which are ware
and baggage houses Large repair shops
are being erected The present station I
building is a small affair but it is prob
able that a suitable structure will soon
be buiit
On leaving Damascus the road runs
southward entering what is known as
the Hauran This is a vast plateau al
most entirely devoted to the raising of
wheat and barley both of excellent qual
ity Shortly after leaving Damascus the
snowcapped Hermon can be seen to the
west All the rock in this district is
black basalt indicating a volcanic origin
The buildings of the villages passed and I
the ruins of ancient cities as well are f
constructed of this material which tends
to give a weird aspect to the scene espe
cially after the grain has beenharvested
and the ground Is bare and brown
The first station of any importance
reached is Daraa To the southwest a
large village is in view The station con
sists of a number of buildings one of
whibis a largerepair shop where many
disabled locomotives can be seenw lttnir
for repairs Here also is a restaurant
where a very good meal is served to trav II
elers There is also a postoffice and an
international telegraph office where mes
sages can be sent in soy European language I
as well as in Arabic and Turkish
guage westward
From here a branch road runs
down through the wild and picturesque
Yarmuk valley touching the Sea of Gal
ilee at Smakh crossing the Jordan and
traversing the plain of Eedraelon to
Haifa on the seaboard
When the Mecca railway was begun ail
materials for its construction had tube
carried from Beirut across the Lebanon
to Damascus by the French railway but
lha rates charged the Turkish government
it decided I
by that line were so high that was
cided to build this side line giving the
Mecca railway a direct communication
with a seaport This line is now quite
extensively oatronixed by tourists going I I
to and from Damascus by way of Haifa or I
Tiberias After leaving Haifa and pass
station t r two on the plain I I
Jag a of
Sea
I Bem lrbat tile south sad of the
Galilee or Jake of Tiberias Is reached
from which boats carry passengers to
Tiberias The road then proceeds up th
The engineering
I wild gorge of the Yatmuk
valley
through this narrow
ing of the road
ley shows great skill the sides in sums I
of
places ppcssnting a perpendicular face
solid rock several hundred feet in height
On emerging from this valley this road
line of the Mecca road alt
joins the1 main
mentioned Here tourists
Dams as f
either way There is now a I
lan < h going
line although
daily service on this side
until recently the trains ran only three
week
times a
southward on the main line
djng
Proc a flg reached is
of importance
next station
the neJ
Aman the site of the ancient Rabbath
Amrnon J Here are some fine ruins of a
hUre churches etc
is
The next station of importance
Katrane after which Mahan or Maaii el
is 10
Hadi is reached This little town
lated in a desert and the only excuse
late
fur its existence is that at a few wells of
Mohammedan
lirakish watr here the
lna
on their way to Medina and
pilgrims to I
day in order
m < > rca used to spend a
nhtaln food for themselves d their an
I
imals for the lang journey before them
This > place consists of really two towns
one for each of the two sects or factions
which mad the pilgrimage
The Ruins of Petra
From this point atjoi eight hours
horseback ride to the west brings one to
the unique and fascinating ruins of Petra
They lie in a valley with precipitous sides
of sandstone of all the colors of the rain
bow in which are hewn over a thousand
temples tombs theatres high places of
sacrifice etc the only approach to
which Is from the east through a nar
rocks about a mile in I
in the
row passage
length and only wide enough for a sinble II
horseman to ride through at a time
Much has been written on this most in
teresting site and it is now mentioned
onlv because the Mecca railway has made
it possible for the tourist of average
means to visit it
The trains run still farther south hut
the writer has not been farther than Ma
han and BO cannot describe the road fur
One of
ther from personal observation
the places now interesting archaeologists
is Mednin Salih where are temples and
tombs similar to those of Petra
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suit against the relatives for an aggregate of 1250000 Mrs Du Pont was II
gan int relative of bar husband before ni tn iiiLf to him This Is I her second attempt
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is close at hand NOW is the time to make your selections while everything is i new and the assortment complete By
article in entire stock of WATCHES DIAMONDS JEWELRY SILVERWARE
posit
making a small deposit you can secure any my
WARE etc I give below some exceptionally low prices =
2200 and u
Ladies 14 k Solid Gold Watch Elgin or Waltham u q up
6 S Ladies 3O rear Gold Filled + > < 4 < t J < 7 10OO
l i 1 AVl 1350 and up
t 2 Gold Filled i < i z
0 S Ladies2 J3TGftr 0 1 C
12SO and
+ Gold Filled + Ills 0I FeitV up
12 S Gents 20year
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18 S Gents 90 ear Gold Filled 17 j Ills 0 F > > x
t Cuff Buttons 850 and up
Opera Glasses 500 1000 1200 and up Solid Gold I
Gold Filled Guff Buttons t 35c 50c and 100
AYe carr one of the best and largest EMBLEM stocks in theWty Odd Fellows Masons Knights of Pythias Macca
e carry Railroad Men
bees Elks Modern WoodmenWoodmen of the World Eagles Owls Bedmen Knights of Columbus f
Ladies Auxiliaries etc
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Special attention paid to all kinds of Watch Clock and Jewelry REPAIRING lll
Ladies Gold Set Rings 200 and 11 p
Amahice Stone Rings and Stick Pins 250 and up
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Ready to Wear Gar
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Clothing
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assistance of our very I
liberal payment plan
that enables you to dress
well and take advantage
of fashions latest whims
and all you pay us is
1 A WEEK OR 4 A MONTH
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select from the choicest variety of the seasons handsomest
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Thats the Empire the great rendezvous
of Salt Lakes fashionable people
People who have money can afford to dress right and
I still appreciate the liberal credit service we extend It is
a business proposition to have the use of your money as
long as possibleand you can enjoy the clothes and the
money too while gradually paying your account
Womens Tailored Suits Evening and
Afternoon Gowns and Dresses Opera Capes
Furs Millinery Skirts and Petticoats in ev
ery handsome style brought out this season
by New Yorks best designers I
Mens Suits Overcoats and Cra
venettes at prices that put the cash 1
stores to shame
Choose nowWe ask no questionsWE
TRUST YOUand merely ask a small pay
ment down to close the salethen
1000 a Week
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The Place and What to Buy
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Selecting presents for Him made easy at
this store A few suggestions
TIle New Silk Crochet Muffler er As4e gcarf
JoarJe Silk Muffler HPnlI fleece Ireteeler
Combination Set of llsudkerehlef a1I Neftr to Mtek
very swell
Combination Set of Suspenders Arm Gimrdu sad tartenr
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Combination Set of Half Heae and HH < tkcr klef to
match J real patty
An endless array of eHMtlfMl X 1cwer SMrtM ffwi
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dozens of other practical gift
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Sack High Patent Flour ILMt 6 hoses Matches
Sack Straight Grade Flour S14X I 10 barb Tepee Soap 2Se
34 Ibs Navy Beaaa 3S Large pkg National White
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3J Ibs Jap Rice
Loose Rolled Oat perb Se 2 large 2ib cans String
lbs Tapioca or Sago 28e Beans fie
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3 lbs Macaroni tie Extra fancy Queen Olives qt Me
Syrup fie Gal cans Pie Apples tee
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New Mince Meat None Gal jar Pickles We
Such 1h Sniders Catsup lie and file
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Gal Qt cans cans Strained Honey Me i I I 7 bars Diamond C Soap Kcc
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Liebigs Beef Extract
45c jar SWe 6 bars Pearl It hito soap 2Se
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Brook Trout per f5e
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June Peae I3e Cranberries per > qt l8r
3 fans Sugar Corn Me Ginger Soaps per Ib le
6 cans Ahe Alaska Pink Salmon 2 ana 2Se
Tomatoes
3 cans Campbells Soup ftc Loose Mince Meat per Ib tic
4 cans 3Se VanCamps Kidney Beans
2 cans Pumpkins
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Asparagus Se 2 ran
Large can I I Citron 25c lemon peel feeing
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