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I THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER, FRIDAY. JULY 9, 1 920. , 1
I PRICES STEADY
I IN UTAH STOCKS
H Tintic Standard and Iron King
Prove Most Active in Salt
H Trading today on thr Salt Lake
8tock & MinlnR Exchange was rather
active with th prices In the majority
of th stork about toau There
H were one or two to make a change.
1 Ing most noticeable In Tiniic Suml
nrd and Iron Kinfe. the former
1 tinning downward us low is J3
u nd closing with 18.30 bid and $3 30
aeked. while the latter was practically
the only stock on the board to show
H any strencth, opening at 22c and sell
In up to SSftc, closing with 23c bid
H and 2 4c asked.
Antelope Star brought 'jr. Bureka
I Lily changed hands at Ic, olunibuf
Rexall brought from 47S to 4S4c.
Cardiff went at ? 1 .36. Howell ( hanged
hands at 6c Iron King ndr-v..! to
28MC, Leonora went at l'i and 1C.
Nalldrlver brought 76c, Eureka Bui
lion was steady at 9C, Silver Shield
was actle at 31c, and Tilltlc Standard
fold from $3 . 40 down to S3. 37ft.
i (Quotations furnished uxor prlxntc
wire of J. Ilnglc A Co.,
Eodce Ruiidlnc i
Alta Con ,. G
Albion 06 's 07" j
H American Con "l's
Alta Tunnel 04l,a
Beaver Copper 00 .01
Big Hill 04 .06
Big Cottonwood 01
Bullion . . ft 03 03
B Columbus Rexall . ... 47'2
Crown Point .. . .03 ,r'-
Colorado Con "3
Central Eureka ... Or .01
Dragon Con 16
Daly West . 4 .37lJ
East Crown Point ...
East Tin. Coal ...
East Tin. Con Ofi .08
I Eureka Mines .06
Eureka Lily 07ft .OS
Eureka Bullion 09 10
Emma Silver . 06 07k
B Empire Mines ....
H Gold Chain
Grund Central .50
Hl' Howell 06 06 96 J
Iron Blossom .Z1
Iron King .'J .24
.Tudge Mining .... 3.30 6.00
Kennebec 11 I
Keystone .83 I
Lehi Tintic .08
Mav Day 02 .03
Michigan-Utah 0 D8
North Stan 03ft .04
I'l" New Qtllhcy
H Opohongo .00
Naildi ier 73
j PlUtUS 33 .34
Prince Con 31ft IS
H Provo 04
Pvlco Argentine ..... 0J .03
Rlcp Wellington .
Sells 06 .07
Hf S.I. King 1 o:, 11 ! -
Sil. King Con. . .. 1.47ft 1.60
Sioux Con 03ft .04
South Hecla 1 . n
H South Sta r.d.-u a .16
Hf Silver Shield 3 2 ,32
Hj Tar Baby . ."4l2
; Tintic Central 02
Tintic Stnndard .. 3 30 3.3 0
1 tah Cona 01 01U
HI I'ncle Sam Ooft
Union Chief 0 1
West Toledo 05 11 '.'2,
Walker 3 15 3 36
1 Woodlawn 05
Yankee 02 ! 0 4',2
Empire Copper . . . .3D 10
; Opening Bales,
Eureka Lily 1000 i
Columbus lAali Imp ,-,t. .mm,
HI st 4c; 100 at 47 1
EastJTintir Coal. I .it l1-. 3000
l 1 V . ;.t lc.
I'ardiff 200 at '1 35. 1
HW Gold 'huin IOO11 at 6c.
j May Day 3000 at 2c.
Emma Silver 1500 at 7c.
iiV KuieUa Bullion 4000 at 9Vjc.
HJ 1 Proxy 450 al 4c.
iii Bhver Bleld 34oo at sic.
iBS j I'lntK Standard 400 ut 3 40; 100
HH West Toledo 3000 at 5c
! ( insiuR Bales.
1 Antelope Mar 300 ut ftc
CardiC) luo at 31.36.
Bf kfTOD jou at 16c.
HTt I. on King 1000 at 22c, 1500 at 23c,
Hflf, B.I llic. 2000 at Hc
Hfl ... 1 driver 620 at 76c.
Bil pono;iK' 000 at lc.
Hi Siivr Bneld 700 at sic.
HI i"i ut 1. Standard 200 at $3 35; 500 i
B Km 27.
HJ West Toledo 7i'i) at 6c.
Kama 1000 at iSc.
BfOinEEY MARKCT. 4
iVM NEW YORK. July . Mercantile
Hj paper ;S5S jer cent.
HJ Exchange firm. Hterling 60 day hills 1
HI fo.'0. commercial 60 day bills on,
banka $3.30. commercial 60 da
t Mils $3 8 9 "9: demand J 3 .5, cables
'! francs: Demand 8.41': cables
Belgian francs. Pcmand I.OSo; ca
iH bles 9 . 05c.
Qullders; Demand ik 26, cablea
Lire L'smand ( 00c. cables 6 02c j
Marks: Demand 2.61c, cables1
L n V01 w exchange on Montreal
124 per cent discount,
Government bonds irregular, rail
I road bonds firm.
I Time loanH strong; :o daysi 9u days
and six months xVj Pr cent.
'.ill mony strong, high 10 percent,
low 7 per cent, ruling rate 7 pi-r rrri',
closing bid 3 per cent, offered at 10
Hi per cent; last loan 10 per rent Bank
acceptances 6 per rent
CHICAGO. July 9.
Hi Open High Low Close
B Sept. J1.54tii 1 58ft 1.644 1 5654
HI Dec. 1.39 1 41V, 1.3s 1 3S4
Sept .71 .794 .77 .77
Dec. .76 .77V .75 .75i
J July 26 46 28.50 28.45 i'l?. 60
J Sept. 30 50 30.50 30.26 30.25
j Sept. 19.75 19.92 19.72 14.72
J Oct. 20.15 20.15 20 02 20.07
HI July 1687
Sept 1 7.72 17.85 17 67 17.67
I CASH SALES.
' f'HICAGO, July 9 Wheat No 3
j hard 2 82 Q ?.K3 Mo. 4 hard 12.78.
j -orn No. 2 mixed $1 5'.'1-; ft 1 . 6 1 ;
J No. 2 yellow $ 1. 61 Q 1.62ft
Oats No. 2 xvhlte 1.0 6 4 1.08, No.
3 -white 1 1 . 04 f7 1 06.
Rve No. 2 12 21 4j 2.23ft
i1 Barley 1 . 83 ra 1 30
1 Tlmothv seed 810 00 0 12 00.
Clover seed $25 00935 00.
j Poik nominal.
H - Lard I2S 92
Ribs 117. 36(118. 25.
Wall Street Turns to Special
' ties: Railroad and Oil Shares
Make Good Gains
NEW YORK. July 3. OalM of 1 to
2 points In such widely different issues
ins Stromberg Carburetor, Mantl Sugar
end International Paper denoted the
I further activity of pool and related
professional lntsresti as ibi- outset of
jtoday's stock markei session Favo
I riles of the steed, equipment, nil and
I motor groups trailed along St frac
tional advances with some of the
prominent rails and shippings. Pre
liminary quotations for exchange on
London were slightly reactionary.
Announcement that Germany had
'accepted the terms of the allies and
I continuance of the sex en pr cent rati
tor call money wore among the help
i ful factors of the morning Trading
h.ld at its recent leel of activity but
shifted xvlth greater confusion from
representative slocks to comparative-
I ly obscure specialties. Remington
I Typewriter, Worthlngton Pump, i hi--ago
Pneumatic Tool. for example
were conspicuous at tains of 3 to 5
points, while Houston Oil led Its dl-
I x lslon at an eight per cent advance 1
; Independent steels rubbers sugars
and tobaccos helped to sxxell the vol
: unie pf business with fome of the Pa-1
clflc and coal road shares
Siels and equipments lost ground
at midday, but coalers developed pro-,
inounced strength Heading made aril
extreme gain of 4 points, Delaware.1
jirkaxxnnna and Western 6ft and
Jersey Central 2 points. Houston
was the sensational feature, however,
! extending Its advance to IS points
MlKK STOI K I 1ST
(Last Sale 1
American Beet Sugar Ex. Dlx . . 94' t
American Can 42 1
American Car Foundry . 140
American Hide a- Leather pM . 3"2
American International Corp. . 89 j
American Locomotive 1 0 1 1 n (
American Smelting & Refg . . 62ft
American Sugar 129)
American Sumatra Tobacco ... 92''j
American T T 93 ft
American Woolen 95 1
Anuconda Copper 58 j
Atl.. Gulf & W. Indies 165ft
Baldwin Locomotive 1 - 4 ' .
Baltimore & luo Z2'z
Bethlehem Steel ' B" 82
Canadian Pacific . . . iis
Central Leathei Ex.. lux . .
Chandler Motors l08ft
Chesapeake & Ohio 54
Chicago, Mil. and St. Paul . , 34l4
Chicago. IX. I. & Pac 37V
i hino opper 8 1 'ij
Colorado h"uel Iron ' 35 .
1 ern Products 97
Crucible Steel . . . , 169
uba Cane Sugar .".?.7q
Erie .'. . 12
General Kleclric 143
General Motors '. 27 1
Gpodrich Co 6 4t2
Great Northern pfd 7 I ',
Gre;:t Northern lre t'lfs 36'4
llllnuis Central SJC
Inspiration ' opper Ex. DiV r;'i;
Int Met Marine fd. 94'
Iiiternatlonal Paper S 5 ' a
Kennecott Copper 2 7 1 H
Louisville fc NiiHhMIle 100B
Maxwell Motors 25!
Mexican Petroleum 196Vi
Miami Copper 21ft
Middle Stales nil 31 !
Mldvaje Stcei ,
Missouri Pacific 1 25
New York Central 70
N. V . N. H & Hartford 30
Norfolk K- Western 91 1
THE WAY TO DISARM IS TO DISARM
Northern Pactfip 72 I
Oklahoma Prod A Lcf 4 1
Pan American Petroleum 107
Pennsylvania 39 '
People's Gas . . 3d I
Pittsburg and West Va 3! j
Kay Con.'ididi.U'd (Upper . ... 17
Rep. Ii oh .V .steel 97 I
Roya) Dutch, N. Y 113 I
Shell Trans, .V- Trad 77 I
Sinclair Con. Oil 32
Southern Pacific 94'
Southern Railway -7:
Standard oil of N. J pfd lOpft'
Siudehakor Corporation 76ft
Tennessee Copper 10
Texas Co. . . 4S
Texas & Pacific 42'
Tobacco products 71ft1
Transcontinental OH 1;'
Union Pacific riSftl
1 . S I'oort Products 71
U. S. P.etall Stores 81'
I S. Ind. Alcohol 94 1
United States Rubber 100
United States Steel . 94 i
Utah 1 'opper 69 I
Westlnghousc Electric 50
American Zinc Lead and Sm. 14
P.utte and Superior 23 '4
Cala. Petroleum 33ft
Montana Power BOB
Shatttlok irlsona 9B 1
CHK (. LI 1 Bl I M K
CHICAGO. July 9. (United States
Bureau of Markets) Vattlc Receipts
8000, market uneven, yearlings and
good handy weight steers steady to 10c
higher; market uneven; yearlings and
good tiandywelghl steers steady t.. ide
higher. choice heavy weight dull;
other eattlo stendy bulk beef steers
J13 00016.60; butcher coxxs 5.7 7 5?
10.05: ca n n e i s largely $ J .'i a I j 0 ,
veal calves strong to 25c higher, bulk
813. ODD? 14. OP.
Hogs Receipts :'7o00; market
strong to 15c higher than yesterday's
axerage; better grades light and liulu
butchers advancing most; bulk light
and light butchers 16 90016
bulk 250 pounds and over $13 I'li
15.75. pigs stead y to 25c higher, bulk
desirable kinds $13 004913:76.
Sheep Receipts fiOOO; desirable
killing grades fully 25c higher; top
native limbs $15.65: net western here;
Oregon wethers $8 50. best hand na
the ewes $8 00 feeders steady to
strong; best feeding lambs $13.50
I iio RATI S
LONDON, July 9. Bar silver 52d
Money 4 per cent.
Discount rates Short bills C per
cent; three month bills 6 per cent.
CHIC . GRAIN
CHICAGO', July 8 Bearish fore
1 ists of the government crop report
lied to further selling: in the corn mar
ket today, '"it traders were Inclined to
I be cautious in view of the drastic de
clines if late. The fact that commis
sion houses wore Insisting upon heavy I
margins tended also to steady values
somewhat. On the other hand, re
iceipts continued liberal and field ' re-j
I ports auspicl&us. Initial quotations,
j which ranged from to 1 lower,
I with. September II. 54ft to 1.55 and
I Dccem bei 1 3n to 1.39'-2. were fol
lO ' 'I DJ moderate rallies and then by
K s s ( ITY I IVKMOfK.
I KANSAS 1 T Y , Mo, July 9.
I 1 United Slates Bureau of Market.)
Cattle Receipts 1700; around 1000 In
I quarantine! all classes generally)
steady; best natixe steers $16.10;
other s-iies $io.oodi6.oo: quarantine!
$10 60ifi 13 00; odd vealers $13 ,000 j
13.50 Texas calves $11.75.
Mors ltec,elpts 1000. light and
medium 10c higher; heavy steady to'
15c lower, top $16.00; hulk heav y and
medium $15. 00O16.75; bulk ligiit
$15. 1 Off; 15.80.
Sheep Receipts 860; market 1
steady? native lambs $15.00, odd!
1 hunches $lri 2 5. I
jj y attained only by concentration on on"
N-JgC,' thlno. Scattered effort produces weak cf
By directing all our energies to com
mercial banking during the 29 years of
our existence we have gathered an enor- j
mous amount of commercial banking Hfl
knowledge and experience
This specialized service Is available to
r business houses and individuals at Og
5ss1j den's only exclusively commercial bank
Fjj, --'"7 the First National.
CAPITAL V SURPLUS 35O,000y DEPOSITS 4,000,000? p
M i I VL M IRK I I
NEW yORK, July 9. Copper
Steady; clcctroljtic and third quarter
Iron firm and unchanced.
Tin spot and July $50.50; August
$50 . 25.
Antimony 7 . 7Sc.
Lead firm; spot and July 8.60c.
Zinc firm, East St Louis spot 7.60c
At London Spot Standard cop
per 88 17s fid, electrolytic 106; tin
268 L's; lead 33 15s. zinc 42.
OMAHA I I I - I ( K
o.MAHA. Neb.. .luly 9. (United
States Bureau of Markets.) Hogs
Receipts 10,500; shipping (Trades 10 j
2".r; higher; packliiK grades steady to
10c hlirher. top $15 .90; bulk $14.00 1
0 1 5 00.
('attle -- Receipts 10no host .iteers
and butcher cattle steady to strong, no
choice steers lnclcded; slockers and i
Sheep Receipts 5000. klllinc
classes fully 25c higher; beat range
lambs head at $16.00; feeders stead) , j
NEW YiiRK, July 9 Liberty bonds'
8fts 91. 2i, first 4s 86 20; second I
4s 85.50. first 4'4s S6.30; second 4 li sr I
85.74; third 4',s 89.74; fourth 4fts
85 96, Victory 3-s 95.90. Victory i
t s : s . : ;
r 1 1 M M IRKJE7
III "AGO, July 9. Potatoes
strong receipts 31 cars; Virginia !
lush cobblers $ 1 3 . 00 i 13 50 ; North
Carolina ditto l" 00913 .... i kla-
hema and Arkansas $fi 35;
Kansas sacked early ( )hlos $7.00.
Bl 11 IK M U.t.t.s.
CHICAGO, July 9. Butter un
changed. Esgs unchanged; receipts 14,217
Poultry alive unchanged.
T MINM 1POL1S
MINNEAPOLIS, Minn., July 9.
Bran $49 00.
NEW YORK SILVER,
NP7W STORK, July o. nar eilver,
domestic. 99V2C, foreign 91c.
Mexican dollars CSic.
IfonsOOnS In the Indian ocean and
Chins sea, by constant wind direction,
act as a perfect guide to mariners. I
PROHIBITION PARTY TO p
TAKE FIELD IS BELIEF
CHICAGO. July 9. A prohibition
ticket may be put bi the field again WM
ihla fall, according t.- an announce R
ment made by V. G. Hlnsbaw, chair- Iffv'1
man of the prohibition national com- fg "
mlttee. He declared that both the jSjj; ',
Democratic and Republican parties fjs;'
"by omlttlne a plank Indorsing the
ciKhteenth ainendmont have dlsmall; fw-'1
failed to lixc up to the standards b - v'i
manded by American eople In forty- ' L J -statea"
Decision sa to s ticket will be made
he said, at the national convention to f;
be opened In Lincoln. Neb., on July i t
21. Mr fttnshaw said thai the pro-
hibition pari ildered Ll "Incum- Rj
i - y
sanlsatlon to glxe expression to the Tii'. ;ij
millions of drv voters"
For the first time in the history v
of the prohibition national convention
one session will be given over to a low
enforcement mass meeting. World KgUv?
prohibition will also ho discussed and BfJ
woman's hour' will i"- ihe theme of !
another session. avllsr
MOVE U. S. MINE BUREAU fe
STATION TO RENO. NEV.
WAJShWgTON July 9. Derision sPIII
to move the Golden. Colo., ezperimen- K?
tal station of the bureau of mines to lBtti-'S
Reno. Nev., where Improved facilities Iwf
will !" innoui cod to- '1
i i b; the bureau Thi
vada xviii contribute $3o.ooo, it x.i .
raid, for a new building to house the
station ii" ii '.x ii: be conducted in co- h
operation with the state university's I
b i I of mini Jj
"EXCUSE MY DUST" M
Wallace Reid, in his
greatest picture at
Utah Theatre Sun- j
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