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10 THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER WEDNESDAY EVENING SEPTfiub 1 I LIST SUFFERS SHARPOECLME 'Industrial Shares Hit Hard est; Oil Losses Help Cause Break NEW YORK, Sept. 6. Publication of a Standard Oil report Indicating a huso investment loss for American oil companies operating in Mexico, com bined with apfrrcssl abort selllne founded on the belief thut the mar ket was In a weakened technical po sition, resulted in a sluiri.) decline hi prices in today's stock market I, In active Issues ranged from one to six points, industrial shares being the hardest hit Sales approximated 1, 000.000 shares Opening prices were irregular, but with gains outnumbering losses. With few exceptions standard Industrial shares showed fractional gains. Ralls were mixod, a few Issues like Norfolk St Western Baltimore Sc Ohio and llock Island moving to higher levels, while Northern Pacific, Missouri Pa cific t'nion Pacific and Canadian Pa cific lost ground. United Status Steel sold off slightly, but Independent steels were generally higher. A fair i i demand was noiea ior coppei oimico, Anaconda, Kay and Inspiration better ing their positions. Advances of a point or more were recorded by Con solidated Gas and American Car. Mex ican Petroleum, Mexican Seaboard und Pan-American Issues were reac tionary. The market turned heavy as the morninp progressed, early losses br ing extended and several previously strong shares receding below Tues E day's final prices. Kails were freely offered, declines of a point or more mg recorded by Canadian Pa i r i "Nickel Plate ' Norfolk and Western, and Union Pacific. Mexican Oil shares continued reactionary in response to reports of heaHy decreased produc tion. Other oiit.stundlng we.uk points were Famous Players, American Radi ator, Of Is Eh vator, American Tobai -wo. International Harvester, Allied Chemical, Marino preferred and Am erican Express, the last named drop ping nearly 5 points. Equipments fur nished the onlv general exception to the downward trend. American Car climbing 2 points, Pullman 1 and Baldwin 2 UkkcU & Myers soared 5 points on light dealings. Call mon ey opened at 4 per ct nt and eased to four per cent before noon, ghe reaction became more pronoun ced In the early afternoon, loss's In active Issues ranging from 1 to near ly 6 points. Bearish operations by professional Interests, Which contri buted substantially to the- marked slump In prices, was founded on the belief that the market after an extra ordinary display of strength through- j out labor troubles, was due for a re- I action A gradual recovery bepan to set in about m!dda. Some of the, ! more popular shares which were then 2 points or more below Tuesday's clos- I ing prices were Retail Starts Interna tional Harester, Corn Products. Am erican T k-phone, Mexican Petroleum and Gulf Steel. Another sharp break in prices took place during the last hour on renew ed selling on Mexican Petroleum, which was down 6 points American Tobacco and Gulf Steel were carried down approximately four points each, i The market steadied toward the close, , If active issues, however, recovering only I a small part of the day's losses. The It . closing was easy. H Ogden Cash Grain 1 (Quotations furui' hr-rt by Globe Grain & Milling Co.) (.Values include freight paid to ugden) i Utah Winter Wheat No. 1 dark hard 80 90c. No. 2 dark hard 7? 87c No. 3 dark hard 74fg83c. I tali White Mieni mt No. 2 soft white 62 (ft 72c. No 3 soft white 58 69c. No. 1 hard white 58&78c. No. 2 hard white 65 75c. Idaho Winter Wbeat J.o 1 dark hard 80 95c No. 2 dark hard 7 7 fi 9 2 No. 3 dark hard 748Dc. No. 1 hard winter 75 85c. No. 2 hard winter 72 82c. Idaho Hard Spring Wheat No. 1 dark northern 80 95c No. 2 dark northern 77 92c. No. 2 dark northern 71 89c IdaltO Winter Wncai No. 2 soft white 65 85c. mW No. 3 soft white 62 82c. No. 2 hard white S0U0c No. 3 hard white 77 87c. Idaho White Feed Oats 2S bulk $1 . 68 1 73c. ! Light oats 5 15c less. Jf sacked Gc additional. Eastern Corn No. 2 yellow 36 1 38. No. 2 mixed $1 .34 1.36. (Above bulk. Sacked 8c additional.) BFTTT7R. AND EGGS. CHICAGO. Sept. 6 Butter higher, j creamery extras 37c; firsts 30 32c, I extra firsts 34 36c; seconds 30 31c; standards 36c. Eggs, unchanged; rutcjipU 18.2 0 cases. Poultry alive unchanged. I UTAH-IDAHO ) SUGAR CO. j First Mortgage 7 Due 1930. The sugar market continues to show strength. We believe that local sugar securities will Bell I at conslderablj higher prices, a year from now. This 1b a First Mortgage bond and Is well secured We Tpcommend It as an execp - - . I: tionally attractive investment. jj Selling price 97 I To yield 7 per cent J. A. HOGLE & CO Pocatello Ooden Lot Anodes ' Salt Lake City j ltS How Money Grows : W W The acorr of Compound Ia- I mI ictcm told In n iotrtrtms y&j 44-pafe boolc You mar have SBPS B copy with our compltaoenri j M upon rroutK I ALBERT G.0TGEN& CO., be I I I lnvetmtnt Bmakert (j 16 EXCHANGE PLACE, N. Y. LOCAJL INTESTTtflTNT SECTJTU riMk (Aa reported by J. A. Hoglo & Co.) BANK STOCKS"' ' Bid Asked. Bankers Truat Jl 60 . 00! J1C0 . 00 Columbia Trust 90.00 Deseret National ... 2 70 . 00 275.00 Desere Savings .... 206.00 210.00 First Nat Hk of Og 805.00 Natl Bnk of Repub. . 136 .00 180.00 National Copper .... 146 00: 156.00 Security State bank 100 00 Utah State National 100. OOj 120.00 Utah Savings & Trust! 95 0! 105 00 Walker Bros Bnkrs. 230. 00 235.00 Zlon's Savings & Trst 205 00j 2 10 00 INDUSTRIAL STOCKS Ainal Sugar com . . .1 8.15 I. SO do 8s pfd 76.00 76.00 Con Wagon ' B5.00! 68.00 Home Fire Ins . I 320. oo: 327. oo1 Independent Coal . .r.3 f 6 i : Morgan ' '.mug 9s pfdf 3 01 .001 103 .00 I Mt St Tel & Tel .. 104.001 106.00 1 People's Nil pfd, com' 1.75 2.10 Schrmm-Johsn S3 pfd' 100.00; 193 00 Standard Coal ...I G2 .58) r s Fuel 7s pfd . . .1 .75 S5 Utah-Idaho Sugar . . 3 25 3 SO Utah Eire Clay .. . . 50.00 65.00 l ' Pr & Lt 1st pfd.' 94.00 96 00 Wlkr Bros Drv Gds, 200 00 Z C M I 113 OOj 116 00 Z C M I 114 001 116 00 BONDS S L, Stock Ex 6s 1929 S8.00I 90.00 Btndrd Coal 6s 1 923 ! 98 00 i i I- A- L 1st 59 1930 92.50 93 50 j Ct Lt A Pr Is "30 I 85 oo! 90 00 Utah-Idhao Sg 7s '30 95.7JI 07.50 NEW YORK STOCKS. Allied Chemical & Dye R8$i Allls-Chalmers 58 ft I American Beet hugar 4 . !t i American Can 6 22 American Car & Foundry . ...18744 1 American Hide Leather prd . 72 American international Corp. .. 34 14 American Locomotive LSI 'American Smelting & Refg ... 63, I American Sugar S3 a; American yninatra Tobacco . . .874)3 j American T & T 136 American Tobacco 166 American Woolen 97 Anaconda Copper 55 V,. I Atchison 102 8 Atl Gulf & W Indies 30 I Baldwin Locomotive 129Th ! Baltimore & Ohiv RTSs Bethlehem Steel B 77- Canadian Pacific 148 Central Leather . . . . 40?'s Chandler Motors 61 4 Chesapeake & Ohio 75 Chicago MM & St Paul ... It Chicago R I & Pac 4 8 Chlno Copper 31 Colorado Fuel & Iron 32 Corn Products 117 n, Crucible Steel 96 Erie 15Vt Famous Players-Lasky lOl1 General Asphalt 67 General Electric 1S5 General Motors 14'i Goodrich Co i4S Great Northern pfd Illinois Central 110 inspiration Copper 4 2 International Harvester 110 Int Mer Marine pfd 56 H International Paper 5 9 m Invincible Oil 14 Kelly-Sprlngfteld Tire 4 3 Kennooott Copper 37 Louisville & Nashville 137 Mexican Petroleum 190'; Miami Copper 30 Middle States Oil lovi Midvale Steol 34 'i Missouri Pacific 22V4 New York Central 97 N Y N H & Hartford 31 Norfolk ft Western 119V4 Northern Pacific 88 Oklahoma Prod & Ref 2 Pacific Oil 56 I'an American Petroleum ... Bl Pennsyl vania 46 People's Gas 9 3 Pure Oil 33 Ray Consolidated Copper . .16 Reading 78 Rep Iron & Steel 72 Royal Dutch N Y 58 Sears Roebuck 88 Sinclair Con Oil 32 Southern Pacific 93 Southern Railway 3 6 1 i Standard Oil of N J . 182 Studebaker Corporation 130M Tennessee Copper 10 Texas Co 48 It-vas it Pacific 31 Tobacco Products R4 I'nlted Retail Stores 80 Transcontinental Oil 14 '4 I'nlon Pacific 149 U S Ind AlcOhol 5 United States Rubber . . . . j . . . 65 L nited States Steel 103 Utah Copper 70 eatinghous Klectric 63 Wllljs Overland 7 American Zinc, Lead and Sm 17 Butte nnd Superior . 30 Cala Petroleum 62 Montana Power 72 Shattuck Arizona 98 B ("'.r.at Northern Or 39 Maxwell Motors "B" 18 Chicago Northwestern 92 FOREIGN EXCHANGE. NEW YORK. Sept 6 Foreign ex change Irregular. Great Britain Demand $4.46, cables $4 46 ; 60 day bills on banks $4 44. France Demand 7 83c: cables 7.84c. Italy: Demand 4 35c; cables 4 34c. Belgium: Demand 7.44c; cables 7.45c. Germany Demand 07 c; cables 07c Holland: Demand 28 89c, cables 3S 96c. Norway: Demand 1 6 65c. Sweden. Demand 26.56c. Denmark: Demand 21. 49c Switzerland Demand 19.02c Spain: Demand 16.63c. Greece: Demand 2.74c Poland Demand .01c. Czccho-Slo akla Demand 3.53c Argentine- Demand S6.50c. Brazil. Demand 13 50c. Montreal: Demand 99 15-16.C MONEY MARKET NEW Y'ORK. Sept 6. Call money easier, high 4; low 4; ruling rates 4; cloalng bid 4; offered at 4, last loan 4; call loans against acceptances 4. Time loans firm; mlxd collat eral 60-90 days 4 Q 4 , 4-6 months 454, prlmo commercial paper 4 ;4. LIBERTY BONDS NEW YORK, Sept. 6 Liberty bonds closed: First 3's $100.70, first 4's $100 40; second 4'a $100 28, first 4 's $100.44; second 4's $100.22; third 4's $100.22: fourth 4's $100 46, Victory 4's $100.70 (uncalled); Victory 4's $100 23 (called ) METAL MARKET. NEW YORK, Sept 6. Copper steady; electrolytio spot and futures 14c. Tin easy, spot and futures $32 37 32 60. Iron steady and unchanged. Lead steady, spot 5.90 6 00c. Zinc quiet. East St Louis delivery spot and nearby 6.25c. Antimony spot 6. 26 5.50c BAR SILVER NEW YORK, Sept. 6. Foreign bar silver 70c. Mexican dollars 63 c LONDON. Sept. 6. Bar silver 35d per ounce. . OGDEN LIVESTOCK 4 , . i Cnttlo 2" Hogs i 41 Shurp 0820 Cattle Receipts 266. steady; top I $6.40; choice prime steers none: pond steers $6.5011 6 60, fair ste-.-rs $4,000' 5.60; feeder steers $-1.00 ffr 5.00; choice heifers none choice cows $4 60&'6.oo; fair to k I row, $4 004.60, can- ners $1.0002.00; bulls $3.25 & 3.36, feeder cows $4 00 5 00; real calves $7 008.60. Hops -U i lpts 41; 10c lower; top i $8.65. fat hogs 190 to 220 pounds $8.00Q B 86 heavy hoc $7 00 7.66. ,1-u Ik $7 "ii r- 6r reeder bops $7 00 v S.60. Bheep Receipts 9820; 50c lower hoice lambs $ 1 0 00 Ur 1 n 50 ; fat weth ers $6 00 7 00; trK ewes S4 OOrtj 5 TiO; fecdel' lambs i 0 0 7? 9.50, feeder ewes $3.00 3.50. rrlvals J W, Henderson, Blj? Springs. Ida , 5 cars cattle. Henderson Banking company, Pal isade, Nev.. 18 cars sheep. F. Wells, Palisades, Nev.. 4 cars sheep. Brackonhcry Commission company, Gold Hill T'ah. 1 cars sheep. W Hutchinson. Elko. Nev. 2 cars shi- p Bracken bery Commission company Elko. Nev , 12 enrs sheep. Crane Creek Bheep company, Hunts- vllio, 0 cars sbep. W, F. Felsted. Oxford. Tdaho, 3 cars cattle. John W. Hess Malnd. Idaho, 1 car hoKs f j. u iJirsen. .iontrose, t;anrornia, I 1 car cattle. R. H Peck, Pebble, Idaho, 3 cars sheep. siilpmrnt nnd Salr-s McMillan A Sons, Murray. 2 cars cattle. McFarland & Son, Salt I,ake. 1 car cattle. Ed. Holmgren, Ogden. 1 car feeder cattle. Fort Dodge Scrum company 1 car scrum hogs. i GRAIN 4- CHICAGO, Sept. 6. Wheat showed a tendency to decline in price today during the early trading, the market btiiifj under pressure from hedging sales and there being but little dc. ! mand apparent. Reports that Brlt j ish food values wrre demoralized by uritisually heavy shipments from cen j tral Europe counted somewhat as bearish factor here. Besides, prcdic- Hons of better weather for the domes I tic corn crop mil a restraining In I fluence on wheat bulls. The opening, which varied from unchanged figures ; to c lower, with December $lnJ'- 'to $1 01 and May $1 07 to $1.07l was followed by a slight setback. Subsequently, the market developed I a hit more strength On the breaks In price, houses with seaboard connections absorbed the of ferings. Closing quotations were un settled, at the same as Tuesday's fin ish to -foe lower, with December $1 - 01 Ss to 1.014 and Ma $1 01 Corn and oats displayed strength at the opening, but soon eased down in response to a prospect of showers and cooler temperature. After opening unchanged to VjC higher. December 57 Vt to 5 71rc, the corn market do rllned all around to below Tuesday s finish Rabies nsued as a result of crop reports continuing to tell of deterior ation. Buying orders, from the coun try, however, were less in evidence (than was thecase Tuesday. The mar ket closed nervous V c net lower to H'C advance with December 67'(a to 57. Oats started unchanged to c up. December 34 to 34. and all de liveries underwent something of ai downturn later. Provisions reflected firmness of hog alues MINNEAPOLIS. Minn. Spf 6 Flour unchanged to 20c lower Family patents $6 . 50 ff 6 . 55. j Bran $15 00 CHICAGO, Sept. 6. Wheat. No. 2, red. $1.04 No. 2. hard. $1 OlVkfl 1 M Corn No. 2. mLxed 02Vi63; No 2 yellow 63 tj 63 4 Oats. No 3 white. 36 No. 3 white. 53(u56H- Rye, No, 2, 69 Vt Q Barley. 54 60 Timothy seed, $4 OOri .'. Oi Clover seed. $12 00 16.00. Pork nominal. Lard, $10 32. Ribs, $9.50 10.50. 0MAHA Neb.. Sept 6. Wheat Iffc 2 hard $1.001. OS. No. 2 ralxed 8-' 95c. Corn No. 2 white SSVzc. No. 2 mix- ed 6 3 lie. Oats No. 3 white 32 33c; No. 4 I white 32 Vzc. FOREIGN LIVESTOCK (United States Department of Agri- cullure) I f CHICAGO. Sept. 6. Cattle Re ceipts 12,000; slow, uneven, generallv steady on beef steers; yearlings, beef , io'.s, veal calves, stockers and feed-; efj, canners, cutt.r.s ;.nd bulls weak to 15c lower, early top matured I eef steers $10 S5; some held higher, bulk' beef steers $S.7510.26; supply of westerns moderate, few loads of Mon- j tanas to killers early at $7 25; few i head at 18.85; some Dakotas $5.50 3.o0, bulk beef cows and heifers! $4 50' 7 25 hulk bologna bulls $3 . 7 I '4.00, bulk vealers early around $12.00; butk desirable .stockers and. feeders $6.26 7.25. Hogs Receipts 22.000. market slow; light butchers around steady with Tuesday's average; others steady to strong, good 160 to 1:20 pound a - , erages $9 20&9.S6; top $9 35, 240 to j 2C0 pound butchers 8. 7509. 10; 870 to 310 pound butchers S8.608.76; packing sows mostly $6.40 7. 00; pigs about steady; good 110 to 120 pound averages mostly $7. 75 8 25; heaw weight $7. 76 $ 8 90. medium I weight $8.50g9.30. light weight $9 15f 9 30; light lights S8.36j 9 00, packing sows smooth $6. SO 7.00; packing sows rough $6.15 6.60: killing pigs $7.S538 25. Sheep Receipts 22,000; fat lambs alow, steady to shade lower; early top natives $12.60 to shippers bulk medium to good $12 .005 12 . 25; short sorted to packers; cull mostly $8.60; no fat westerns sold, early, best light feeder lambs steady at $12.75, sheep extremely dull, unevenly lower: best fat handy aged withers around $7.25 7.50. fat ewes largely $3. 00 q) 6 60, lbad choice 90-pound Washington yearling breeding ewes $11.75. OMAHA, Neb.. Sept. 6. Hogs Re ceipts 8600; mostly steady to 10c lower; bulk packing sows $6.00f 6 0; bulk 200 to 300 potind butch ers $7.6 0'88.60; top $S 65 Cattle Receipts 5000: fairly ac Uve! beef steers and she-stock fully steady; top yearlings $10.60, veals , Daily Mar ket News By Extension Service. Call Local Extension Office. Phono i 166, for further Information. -f POTATO MARKET OGDEN. Utah Market unchanged. No cash sales reported. Little digging on account of tho condition of tho market. KANSAS CITY Total V S. ship ments Saturday 743 cars, Sunday, 14 cars, Monday lyi cars. KANSAS CITY. Sept. 6. Potato market dun. Track sales cariota out e eight. Colored ii m.i i I ed I 'i.'ijple h I ; i s - Sets No I, 11.80.; Utah sacked Early Juhios No l $1.10, Nebraska sacked Early uhios bo. 2 8o&95c CHICAGO, Sept. 6. Potatoes weak, receipts IO6, total United States ship ments. 663, Wisconsin sacked and bulk Cobblers 90cj $1.10 cwt., Minne sota sacked Early Chios 75c $1. 00 cwt ; sacked lvlngs i0c cwt; Idaho I sacked Rurala $1.10 1.16 cwt; Ne 'braska sacked Early OhlOB 7590c cwt; New Jersev sacked Cobblers j $1.40 cwt. tYuits nnd Vegetables 'MJOKN. Utah El berta peaches, lo rai casta price 65078c bushel. Grow lers herq, went on recorrl Saturday us not favoring the consignment of their I peaches. PRf,Vi"i, Utah Elbcrta peaches 76c per bushel. Salt Lake Growers' Market (Tues day. Sept. 5.) Supplies of proauce were afore abundant this morning and moed rather slowly. Elberta peaches ure befrlnninK to make their appear ance, they, with tho better Crawfords, brought tli e top prices. Fruit Apples, per bushel. Most ariettes $1 86 1.50 Cantaloupes, crate 60 (g; 75c Grapes, lb 6 Ont 1 0c Peachen 35 (3 7 5c Mostly 36 W 65c Peara bushel $1.25& 1 75 Mostly $l.f0'u 1.75 Plums, crate 80080c Watermelon lb lc Vegetables Peans. lb 3 4c Beets 12,,i'&10c Cabbage 1 v2 r" - - Ton $25.00 & 3o 00 Carrots, dos. bunches .. .. 124ifi16q Cauliflower, lb 58c Celery', do. bunches 60c $l 00 Corn, doz LOplSC Cucumbers, doz large h'n lU Per 100. small 25 3uc Egg plant, crate 50c Green Bell peppers, lb 23' 3c Unions, green, doz bunches .12150 Dried, lb l,62c Pickling 3(j7c Potatoes, cwt 60 fa 70c Bquash, summer, doz 20(p26o Hubbard, lb iVc Spinach, lb 4Q60 Tomatoes 30-lb. lugs 30ft.uc Turnips, new. doz. bunches BOc Imlrv ITodtict- Butter, t O. b. Salt Lake City: Churning butterfat. lb (cream sta tions t. 28c; ranch butter i cooking lb. 25c. In lots over 30 lbs Creamery extras, butter i cartons) 40c; (parchment wrappers) 39c; creamery first, butter (cartons; 3Sc, (parchment wrappers) 37c In lots under 30 lbs. Creamery extras, butter i cartons), 40c; (parchment wrappers 39ic; creamery first, butter ( cartons), 38 Vic (parchment wrappers) 37Vic Whole milk, f o. b., Salt Lake City: W hole milk 55c. per lb., butterfat. Eggs and Poultry Eggs. f. o D.. Salt Lake City: New laid all white poultry ranch eggs, per caso $7.608.00. strictly fresh mixed colored country '-ggs, $5.60 6.60. m Poultry BlK heavy hens, lb. 18c: small hens, lb (under 3Vi lbs t 12&'16r; spring ers, lb (I1 lbs and up) 18c. Hay Hay, f. o. b. Salt Lake City: l'lrst crop alfalfa, ton HO.bOi Hay. f. o b. shipping point: First crop alfalta. ton ltf.00O8.60; Second crop alfalfa, ton $7. 00. steady; bulls, stockers and feeders strong to 16c higher Shrep j Receipts 14.000, lambs strong; bulk IIS ..4649 12. GO toP $12.66, Bheep dull, fat ewes 5.50 down, feeders firm, feeding lambs $12.50. KANSAS CITY. Mo . Sept. 6 Cat He Receipts 1 1.000; she stock mostly steady to strong; better grades 160 25c higher; most cows $3 76 5 2t in it. rUnd $5 :.''! o "" . -;r' il 1 iiolc , kind lacking, most grass heifers $5 On Q S 50 all other classes generally steady with canners dull, and other classes active ! early top Htcers. $10.35 some held at $10.50; few head year lings s..id at $io 50, canners 88 00 ' 2.50. cutters mostly $3 00(5 3 26; best vealers 8,10.15 10.60; bologna bulls mostly $3 75 4 00. Hogs Receipts. 6000, very slow to packers mostly 1025c lower mo-t heavies unsold; packer top in 65. bulk 18.0008.80; 16U to 230 pound weights 88 3O 8.60. 240 to 320 pounders $7 50 '-! B 40. packing sows mostly 15i'g 26c lower; bulk $6.50 Q 6.76 . stock pigs steady; bulk $6.508 80. choice na tives $8 90. .Sheep Receipts 3000; slow, about steady; small bunch nathes $1 2 50; bet er grades mostly $12.00(g 12 26; lulls around $7.50. sheen dull, some heavy ewes lower most fat natives $5.00 6 00; odd lots heavies 54. oo 4 50, Oregon feeding lambs $1- 25. ST JOSEPH. Mo , Sept. 6 Hogs Receipts 5000, few earh sales 210 to. 230 pound butchers ?b 65 8. 70; looks 15c lower than Tuesday's shippers market packers poing slow racking sows ioi 2 or. tuweri 86.5096.86; erage cost Tuesday $7 93. Cattle Receipts 3000, slow; little clone early looks steady to 60 lower on calves and about steady on all oth er classes. Good native steers early $9.00; six loads choice yarded lat not sold. A few sales of western graaters $6 50 .lown, odd head better grade beef cows $5.00 6.00 ; a few choice head light veal calves $10 60; others mostly $10.00 down ynf.Cp Receipts 1500; few native lambs early $11.76 18.86; few odd lambs $12 U0, no fat aged stock sold early; taking about steady. CHICAGO FUTURES. CHICAGO. Sept 6 Open JllB" bow Cloe Wheat Sept. 99, 100U 09' 99 Dec 1 01 1.08 1.01 101 May 1.06"yB 1 07 1 06"s 1 07 Corn Sept. 61 61 fiui Dec. 57 V 67 66 57 May 60 61 60 60 Oats Sept. 34 34 33 e, 14 M 4 34 May 38 88 37 ai 37 Pork Blank. Lard ' nn Sept 10. 22 Oct. 10,02 10.27 10 00 10 22 Itlbs Sept. 9 10 Oct. -70 MINING SKCUTtrTTES. (A reported by J. A. Hogle St Co.) I Bid Asked" Altft Mich I .04 I .06 Albion Cons - 07 .08 Am. ("on. Metals .Ol1? Alia Tun .04 . 06 V bullion I .01 .02 Big Hill 02 .08 BlK Cot. oal I Bay State I .01 .Black Metal . ....( .06 .08 (Bingham Galena .... 0I1- .01 Cent. Eureka at Qg Colb. Rexall 23 ' .24 (Colorado Con 05 .06 Crown Point 04; .04 I'ardiff 66 j .71 LCott K'ltig 01' .01 paly : 1.30 Daly West 2.80 3 . 10 ! Dragon . 06 .10 Emma Silver I ,01 .01 I Empire Mines ,.... .03 ( .oP.'A iE. and B Bell 2.86 Emerald . .05 07 (Eureka Mines .05 06 E. Crown Pt .02 02 E. Tin. Coal i .01 East Antelope ."( 'j 'Eureka Lllv ' .08 j .08 Eureka Bullion 04' .04 Gold Cham .08 4 Great Western .01 i .04 Hamburg Mines . I Howell .02' ,03 I Iron Blossom .26 j .28 Iron King I .18 .20 Judge M S 3.56 3 75 llveystone .30 .35 I Kennebec .01 ir. Lchl Tin. .., j .02 .03 Leonora u Logger I. ; Lynn Big Six i .04 I ,1'4 Monzonlte J iMammo'h .41 .70 Mn- I n ... nil. m.l. (Mason Valley I 1.75 t 00 ;Michla;an-rtah I .15 .16 Xew Qulncy .02 02 N'aildrlver ,18 N'u. Standard ' .02 ,02 jf ipphongo j PlutUS I .20 I .22 ) Prince Con 09 09 ' IPtoche Bristol I .01 Price Mining ... .02 .05 Provo .02! .03 So. Standard .07 " Sells . . oi .02 Syndicate j . o i Silv. r Klny i oal 2.30 2 45 Pflyer King Con , .45 .47 I ;Sloux Mines .05 Silver Shield n 1 Tar Baby 01 Tlntic Central .01 -.01 , Tin tic Standard 1 92 1 97 l Fncle Sam . 02" 02 Utah Con J . .01 I Union Chief ,02 Victor Con ,03 (Victor Mining 04 ; Whirlwind .02 West Toledo (i2 j .02 1 Walker Mining 3.80 8.82 Wpodlawri . . . .' .09 .10 luma 05 .07 oi l VI NG BAIiES Alta Tunnel, 1000 ut 5; 4500 at 5. 1 Columbus RexaH 600 at 24 Colorado Con.. 4000 at 6. Emma Silver. lOO at 2; IO00 ;it 1'. Bingh un Galena, 6000 al 1". Eureka Bullion. 2000 at 4" j Lehl T.ntit, 5000 fit 2; 12.000 at 2 , I New Qulr.cy, 100 at 2. 1 1.000 at 2. I Plutus. 1 000 at 2 1. Prince Consolidated. 1500 at 10. Tintic Standard, 200 a; 1.86. West Tub do, 2000 at 2. 1 ( ISING 8 m.i . Big Hill 1000 at 3. j Cottonwood King, 1000 at 1 8-10. Emma Silver, 4 500 at 1. Eureka Mines. 600 at 5. Iron Blossom. 100 at 7V. I Gehl Tintic. 1000 at 2 i : 15.500 at 3. New Qulncy. 2000 at 2. Prince Con.. 1500 at 9 Tintic Standard. 100 at "$1.95. West Toledo, 1.000 at 2. I W 'i (IRK SI (. K 1 NEW YoRK. Sept. 6 Tho early .raw sugar market was unchanged at '3C8C for Cubas, cost and freight lequal to 5.24c for centrifugal, with no sales reported. The raw sujrar futures m;;rkot was easier under continued liquidation by! I Commission bouses owing to the poor 1 .demand for refined sugar Price! al midday were four to five points net: j lower. There were no changes in refined sugar and the demand was light. ; I Prices were listed at 6.75c for fine granulated tv all refiners Refined futures nomiia. 1 Sugar futures closed stead approx imat sales 6.65o tons; October ; 1 .,, , December 8.48c; offarch 8.22 : Aia 3 24C. . 00- Fumes Overcome Ten in Tunnel of Arthur Mill I SALT LAKE, Sept 6 Ten men employed at the Arthur mill of the I I tuli ( iijipi-r eompany were overcome by gas fumes today after they had ;nl vanced about 300 fed into a tunnel to clean It of debris caused by a re cent cloudburst. The workers were unconscious when lescuers reached! them and five were brought to a Salt I Lake'hospital where they are reported 11 co vriiiK Company officials are of the opin ion that a Quantity of oil which had1 been used In tho flotation process dt separating ores was responsible- for the gas fumes POTATO GROWERS -ASK FEDERAL AID WASHINGTON. Sept 6. Assistance! of the federal government In eracll- catlm? a variety of diseases which do I heavy damage to the California po- j '.-it o crop was SOUght today by Eugene' H. Grubb. representing the California j Potato Growers' association, during! the conference. Mr. Grubb asked President Harding that Iwo department of agriculture! specialists be sent to Calilornit to con- duct experiments and advise potato growers. He saui tlie president agreed to see whether federal aid could be given LEGAL NOTICES ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Stfito o! I'IhIi ofiii-e of State- Road Com mission, Salt like dtj I la 1 1 Scaled bids will be received by the State Road Commission of Ctah, State Capitol, Salt Eake Cltj , Utah, at 2 o'clock p m . Wednesday. September 20, 1022. and at that time publicly opened for Constructing Rock Canyon and R01 h ester Flat Uridjfos on Price-Emery road, in Emery county, tho tann- being a prt of Project So l-H The principal items of work are ap proximutc Iv as follow Construction of one 30 foot and one 76 foot trestle con sisting1 ot three spans, reinforced con crete with I U'-ain Decks. Plans and .supeclflcallon Hr on file in the office of th Stnt Road Commis sion. Salt bake Cdty, I tab The above plans and specifications naej be obtained at the office oi" the Road Commission on depositing Ten 510 00) Dollar?;. Any additional Infor mation may bo secured from the State Road Engineer at Salt l,ake City, Ctah. Th- right to reject any or all bids Is reserved Cash or certified check for PI f teen Hundred Dollars ($1600.00) made payable to the I tah State Road Conunieaion I rmiBt accompany each bid nn evidednco of LEGAL NOTICES Kood fnltti nnd as a frunrantec t hat If nvardvl tho eontract, tho bidder will exeento the contraet and give bond as; required. STATK ROAD COMMISSION, By Preston C Peterson, r'halrman. Howard C Means. State Road Pnglnoer 1831 1 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice is hereby given that Ogden city proposes to make ths following public Improvement, to-wit Construct storm pewor on Fortieth street, together with work Incidental thereto according to plans specifications and profiles on file in the office of tho i tty Engineer eiiniil IUls are lnlte,l 'or said work and Will be rec-c-lved at tho office ' the CltH Recorder in the City Hall at Ogden, Utah Until ten o'clock a. m i- the 7th iav Of September. n22 Instructions to bid ders, plans and ipeclfeutlnns for -ii Improvement can be seen and examined at tho office of tho ci'.v engineer In the I City Hall of said eit. nn i obtained unonl a dopeslt of $3.00. whi.-h .vlll i,c- ic- ' funded upon ihelr return In good eon- I dltlon within ten da; s fnmi tin a'jove date. The right Is reserved to reject ,-ny and' all bids and in waive my defects I The estimated cost of said Improve ment Js S6500 00. ! By order of the board of commission era of Ogden City, Utah, this the 2rd I dary of August. L922 c. o. DBWOLK ci u,. , '"',v Recorder I First puhllcatlon August 81, l" J.at publication September r, ' Published In Ogdcn Standarl-Kxam. ine. Fortieth Street Storm Sewer ten ADVERTISEMENT NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS State ot Utah, Office of State, Road Com mission. Salt Cake City. Ctah Sealed bids will be received b the State Road Commission of TTtnh State Capitol. Salt i-.ke City, Utah' at I o'clock p. m., Wednesday, September 20 1022. and at that time publlCl) opened for eonstm. tlon of Ogden i iiiiin r.i ,.i -No. 571. tli' -.nine being pari ..; i No :tn i; between Ogden and Huntavllle The principal Item.- of work ure ap. proximately a. follows: Construction of One IU in. h Skew Span Rein for -i i 'on -erete Girder Bridge with Keinforeod ''on. I,-, fiutnic-nts .md let fining aralla Plans nJ specifications are on file In the offii r of the State Road Commission Salt like 'it Utah. The above plana ami specifications ijia be oblalnid at the Office Of the State Road Commission on deposting Ten ($10.00) Dollars. Any additional In formation may be secured i.om ihi State Road Engineer at suit Lake City rtah. The right to reject any or all bids Is reserved. Cash or certified check for Three Thousand Dollars ($3000.00) made pay able to the Utah State Road Commission must accompany each bid aa evidence of good faith and as a guarantee that If awarded the contract, tho bidder will execute Hie contract and givS bond as required. STATE ROAD COMMISSIO I IJ Preston (;. Releivon. Chairman. Howard C, Means. Stale Road Engineer. 1 V M NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Notice Is hereby given that Ogden City proposes to make tho following public Improvement. to-wit: Construct Ide walks In Sidewalk District No. 155, to gether with work im Idenui tin t i i a -. ordmg to plain, specifications and pro files on file In the office of the Clt) 1 En gineer. And sealed bids are Invited for said work and will K reel iVed at the of fllce of the City Recordr In the City Hall at Ogden, Ctah, until ten o'clock a. m. on the 12th day of September, 1823 I Instructions to bidders, plans and specifi cations tor said Improvement can be seen nd xamined at the office of the City Engineer in the City Hall of said city, 'and obtained upon a deposit pi $5.00 i in. h will be refunded np,,n their return , in good condition within ten days of above date. The right Is reserved to reject any and i all bids and to waive any defects; Bv ordei of the Board of Commission :s of Ogden '."it.,, t tab. this, the 22nl day of August, 1922 C. O. DeVVODF. City Recorder. First publication August 23. 1922, I Last publication September 11, 1922. Published In Ogcien SUmdard-Exaiamer Sidewalk District No. 155 12S7 NOTiCb. Tn tho district court of the Second Judicial district. In and for Weber coun ty, State of L'taii ir the matter or the application of The Moiitello Salt (.m .;in, a corporation, for voluntary dissolution. Notice Notice Is hereby -given that The Mon tcllo Salt Company, a corporation of the State of Utah, has presented to the above named court a petition praying to ue allowed to disincorporate and dissolve, a-d thai Monday, liie 11th day of Sep tember. is2'.' at J .' dock In ihe after noon has been appointed as the rime, and tho court room of the district court of Weber county In Ogden City. l.'Uih. as the place, at which said application Will be heard. At any time before :he exniratlon of said day last named any person may file his objections to the ap iilit'uilon of raid corporation and its di rectors for the dissolution thereot. Witness the clerk of i-ald court with' 1 seal thereof affixed, tills 31st day of juiv. a. d rase. (Seal.) CLAUDE T MO VPS Clerk. I'.v Arncs Smith. Deputy Clerk. C. R -IolllngSWOrth. Henderson & I'.ios.ni, Arrnrnevs for Petitioners 456 NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS. Sealed proposals for constructing or improving the Scvler-COve Fori National Forest Pool project located vsHhln or partly within the Fillmore national for- t State of Ctah. Counties of Sevier and Mlllaid. will be received By the Dis trict Engineer Bureau of Public Roads, l". s. Department of Agriculture, at Room 403. .Fred J. Klcsel Bldg.. Ogden. Utah, until 2 o'clock p. m . on the lltli day of September, 1922, at which time and place they will be pubUch epened and read The rirht Is reserved to 're ject any and all bids, and none will be considered except those from lontrartors ascertained to be experienced and re sponsible. The length of project to lie constructed or Improved is approximate ly 0 33 miles, and the nrim Ipal Items of work aie approximately as follows: 7100 cubic yards rock excavation: 2O300 cubic yards common excavation; 1000 cubic yards station overhaul fi 33 miles f.n Uhlnp graded road: 86' cubic yards class p." concrete ind 8W lineal feet corru gated metal pipe u I its in place The work embraced In this contract .shall be completed within f.ii weather working days (page 4) following the execution of tin- contract by the Secretary of Agri eulture. The Bureau of Public Roads will furnish Ihe successful bidder, for use in constructing or Improving this road, available picric acid explosives at the pri es and on the term set foith In 'he proposal form. The government has available for loan to contractors on a rental basis equipment as lfstcd In tho j specifications. Contractor will state In bid the equip nent that will be used dur- , ing Construction and the minimum time1 required. The estimated rentals will be deducted from the total of tho construe- j tlon Items and award will be made on I bid to best advantage to the government. , The contract form and the maps, plans, specifications, and estimates of quantl-i tics may be examined by responsible eon-I tractors at the following addresses l"l ' Bred .( Klesel Bldg.. Omen, Utah office Of forest supervisor. Richfield, Ctah All proposals must be made on forms, and In accordance with instructions, forming a part of the specif Icatlons above re ferred to. and must be accompanied by 1 a proposal guaranty in an amount at least equal to five (5) per cent ot the total amount of the proposal B J. FINCH. District Engineer. C. V. CROSS, Acting J56S 1 PROBATE AIvD GUARDIANSHIP NOTICES Consult County Clerk or tho Rcptw live Signer for Further InfonnHllo11. NOTICE. No. 3639. Estate of Anna Elizabeth Fronberg. De- ceased. The petition of Nils Peter Fronberg. lor admission to prohnte of last will and testament of decedent, and Issuance to himself of letters testamcntar . In the above entitled matter, has been set for! hearing beforti Hon George S. Barker, i Judge, on Monday, the 1 8th day of Sep- I tember, 1022. al two (2) o'clock p m . ot the county court house, in the court room of said I ourt. In Ogcien City, We ber county VLah ... Witness, tho clerk of esk! court, with the seal thereof affixed, this 8th day Ol September. 1022 , , LAWRENCE A VAN DYKT3 Clerk. Bv Acnes Smith. Dejul;. Clerk Hyrum A. Befiiap, At torn.. for Peti tioner. 1J1 claSfiS ot now v K u hrv7nuJ ':.: 0 r?p5PUTW ftrTht.b) h-',-Vj OGDENFAVtRASntT3 2329 Hudson Ate RA?lM FURNltuREnpD-iT-9 gi-'Vep.., urivthI: -RKi5a Btore. 2;37 vtM STEAMSHp- AN. STAfioJ H CARPET CLEAN r-rompt fall ,nrt ivn HOMF. i'AKPp't ci P.SsJ '.Phon H20ff K? . VanMK-ir:WJ AUTOMOBILE WASH?! W1IITK U i XT Tf3 I. A' IlRV 1 i , ;, nc ' . M Tweiii.s.-,,.I:th a,u1 WJ SECOND HAND g6q LEGA!, NO-TICES NOTICE. Eatatc of David?" J "niatratrh of ' : 'I'.'- ! . - '.n ',, h0a ount; Utah ' raid e Sejiteniber, M2" J ' ' U ' 1 '. Dtj uomcy tfim 'OTICE. I of n r, pm Minors. Kmmi b9 i pointmeaW uid lu tile : hov- rntltlcdaH " ' - r ,- r.f! Mil 1:9 ...niv el i : .-giql ' ' v i. .-inc. I'taS ol taioBal id, ihlajV September, 1922 ! I V. WHENCE N H I.: m. s , . 1 1 : , i epofl NOTICE ' 1 n. HM The p tition of Faun " I'or I ha Iters uf B the 1 1". i ii' S. -r. jU'igS isth flay of Scpt m . iitHJ :irt rNlH of saldH ;. (Ml Soptcmher. 19S2. ' D?M Bv : -Pfll icr Pifll NOTICE '-al. Dsfl iiiaia j R Ward of Ogden ruh.JBH '"ciaaaal ISth day of s- JBJW 0 City, ."JSJM .v - nraV B igni Attorney! NOTICE TO CREDlTOfJ , thin andBBjJ latter of Ui "tajHj '" ' , uaT ers, to the undent fice of W H. Reedw. g. ding "-'-'fimk " ,c' ,V,rr Ml Attorney wMjL NOTICE TO v' !i ' .utmrnm p H'.rn and .ttdMMh liOtB V ' V mbhitor MEM v nVl tJ3BK First beforaaiaaS " 'BV dmlnistrator of mlajfJJj l will annexed of !'-.r,."'AlorBr'BC , , Douglas. Aiu HK NOT.CETOC inth, Dllstrtetgwrt .-...i Dlstrtc in a h MMS Wei.. s'-'i" ,f(l0 E3UtefJMff is the M '1'" Jr M Wilson e5Ut)VK miders.g'-V'W : i dkm officer of h Kbst Nation lbe " NOTICE JO ' in the die'-f 'Vn fr TBfI iud" lal district, m ; iin'th' Vhe "mA M.'r,' ?BKf vou.'l;' - . riU.MCor!h. r.afJMW nt c n P"' "iieden. 1 cBJK L.atcd. Ogin'