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New Dresses in all the latest Parisian styles and in me
new materials consisting of Messaline Taffeta Silks Satins
Crepe dc Chene and the new Venetian cloths suitable for
evening opera and street wear
Prices ranging from 20 to 40
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Jnd Phone two rings No 58
Bel Phone two ring No 66
Ind Phone one rlnoNo BO
Doll Phone one ringNo Co
Thomas Mercer the wellknown
hheopman has returned to Ogden from
a trip to his sheep and will be In Og
den for tho convention
Failure to provide her with tho nec
essaries of life Is the ground for a
divorce action startud yesterday by
Magglo Plato against Arthur Plato
Mrs Plato says thys were were mar
led at Idaho Falls May 9 1908 She
asks the court for a divorce and the
restoration of her maiden name Mag
gie Boyce
Advertisers must urve their copy for
the Evening Standard tho evening be
fore tho day on which tho advertise
ment IB to appear in order to Insuro
Joel Priest industrial agent at
Boise ami Ira Tuttle assistant gen
eral freight agent of the Oregon Short
Line railroad arrived from tho north
last evening with the Idaho delega
Pat Moran the wellknown Salt
Lake contractor arrived from the
coast yesterday afternoon and con
tinued on to Salt Lake
For Sale2 heating stoves Inquire
for Mr Poulter basement Standard
K O Keyos general agent of tho
New York Central lines at Salt Lake
City Is In Ogden to attend the conven
George Green a Nevada mining op
erator Is In Ogdon for the big con
Call Allen phones 22 for carriages
for funerals and operas Private calls
n specialty Also prompt delivery of
baggage 412 25th
Idaho Vlcltora James and George
Hanson ot Montpcllcr and Malad re
spectively are visitors to the sheep
growers convention These brothers
are former Ogdenltes and very well
known hero
Dow Browning in Switzerland
Chief of Police Thomas E Browning
has just received an Interesting letter
from his son Dow who is doing mis
sionary work In Europe and Is now at
Lucerne Switzerland Dow has mast
ered the German language sufficiently
to speak to his hearers In their native
tongue Ho Is In good health
Glllolto Coal Co 163 West 27th
Both phones 107
J A Foley commercial agent of
the Illinois Central at Salt Lake City
has joined the railroad squad in tho
J A Tyler general livestock agent
of the Burlington and Assistant
Agent John Pctrle are registered at
the Reed
Hot stuff hot stuff IB Lewis Good
Coal Phono 149
A F Potter assistant forester of
tho United States reached Ogden last
evening from Washington D C and
will be here for the convention
WANTEDClean white raga at tho
P Olsen tho Cokevllle Wyoming
sheepman accompanied by Mrs O
Olsen is in Ogden for the convention
For SaloOld newspapers cheap
Call at Standard office
Mr and Mrs R T Jenkins Mrs W
T Jenkins Misses Mart Dorothy nnd
Loulso Jenkins are registered at tho
European hotel for the convention
A D Melvin of the Forest service
at Washington D C is registered nt
tho Reed
Mr and Mrs Thomas Nelson of
Kelton Utah are at tho European for
the convention
Billy Vallln publisher of the Po
culollo Tribune arrived In Ogdon yes
terday After spending the day in
tho city visiting friends and relatives
of Peerys Crescent Flour is an
INSURANCE against Poor Baking In
n your home
i It is made of choicest hard wheat
which makes moro and better bread
than other kinds of wheat
t It IH milled by modern machinery
d preserving all the goodness of the
r It IB protected by every sanitary
n precaution so that bread baked with
Is both good and pure
Your grocer sells It
ho returned to Pocatello last night
Ho has promised to return to Ogdcr
Friday for the convention
R C Johnson manager of the Inter
mountain division of tho Associates
Press Is here to report the conven
tion for the greatest ncwsgatherlnf
association In the world Mr Johnsot
has apartments at tho Reed
Mr and Mrs H R Suthard ol
Shoshone Wyoming are registered
at the Broom Mr Southard Is out
of the prominent sheopmen of Wyom
T TI Cutler of Trenton Utah is 1
guest at tho European hotel
Tack Fogarty of Spokane Wash
manager of Kid Scolor is In Ogden
to challenge the winner of the Sulll
vanCollins fight
AJ Knollln tho Chicago livestock
man Is registered at tho Reed
Kommorcr Coal guaranteed tho bos
Sold only by M L Jones Coal Co Ina
140 Boll 499K
WANTEDClean white rags at tho
Standard office
STORAGE nt reasonable rates In
good brick building If you need any
room consult John Scswcroft Song
Developing a Mine
I Just North of Ogden
The improvement has been so Im
portant in tho quantity of oro in tho
Southern Pacific companys property
eight miles north of Ogden in Weber
county in the last few weeks that the
j directors have concluded to push the
work ahead with all the forco pos
I sible with A view to begin shipping
to the nmiket at as an early date as
practicable Thero Is now over 225
I 000 shares still in the treasury to bo
sold If necessary to provide funds for
further development We have MBDO
money In the treasury to go on vftli
but for the purpose of bringing the
property In to producing at the earl
iest possible moment we will sell a
few thousand shares of treasury stock
at the ground floor price of 1212
cents a sharestock can be hnd by
applying at Boylos Hardware storo
This is a chance for the people to
ot In and help bring to the front
on Lhln that may bo of unequaled
value to this county and Ogden city
In particular Got Inhelp your coun
ty help your city outhelp j our
selves Vo Invite Investigation and
Inspection See our ore lu Boyles
Hardware store window
Head of Forest Service
Conceals Nothing in
Washington Jan C Denying that
ho had been In any way responsible
for charges brought against Secre
I tary Balllngcr In connection with the
Alaska coal land cases Clifford Pin
I chot chief forester in a letter to Sen
I ator Dolliver places the blame upon
Assistant Foresters Price and Shaw
law officers of the bureau
At the same tlmo Mr PJnchot Jus
lifted the course of tho subordinate
officers of his bureau The letter was
I presented by Mr DollUor during the
I consideration In the senate of the
Tones resolution providing for the In
I vestigation of the BalllugerPinchot
Senator Dolliver said he had naked
Mr Plnchot for tho statement and tho
forester had not attempted to conceal
the fact that Price and Shaw had as
shied in the preparation and tho pub
lication of the Glavis charges Mr
Plnchots letter said these subordln
I ales had been actuated In their course
by a high sense of official duty
They violated the rules of proprlc
ty and deserved a reprimand said Mr
Plnchot who declared the officials had
been reprimanded and deserved no
I further condemnation
I Speaking of the effect of tho action
taken by Price and Shaw Mr Plnchot
said they had successfully directed
public attention to a national danger
and there was less chance now that
coal lands In Alaska would pass into
the hands of fraudulent claimants
Mr Pinchot said
i Action through the usual channels
and finally oven an appeal to tho pres
ident had resulted because of what I
believe to havo been a mistaken im
I pression of the facts In eliminating
from tho government service in thu
person of Glavis the most vigorous
defender of the peoples Interests
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O Philadelphia Pa Tan G 0
O The battleship Idaho which 0
O left tho Philadelphia navy yard 0
O yesterday for Sandy Hook 0
O ran aground today In the Dcla 0
O ware river about 26 miles be 0
O low this city 0
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O 0
O 0
O Colorado Springs Colo Jan 0
O GTho thermometer reached 0
C ton degrees below zero last 0
0 night Thero has been con 0
O flldorablo loss ot unprotected O
C cattlo and sheep on the ranges 0
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They Heard Faut Scream and They Also Yelled
L ut the Howell Automobile Proceeded
J at a High Rate of Speed Without
Heeding Them
Attorneys Had Advised Him to Remain Silent and at First He Had
No Thought of Having Killed a ManCrash of the Auto
mobile Was Heard by a Man in His StoreDoctor
Says Faut Might Have Been Killed by the
Machine Striking the Shafts He Was
Again this morning at the begin
ning of the Investigation into tho
Fnut tragedy of last Saturday tho
court room was filled with people in
tent upon hearing the testimony
The evidence pointed largely to the
question of the time and place of tho
accident the speed of the automo
bile tho outcry of tho man when ho
was about to bo run over ho call of
bystanders for tho machine to stop
and the question as to whether It
was possible for the man to have been
killed by having the shafts he was
carrying thrown violently against him
Dr Osgoods testimony was to the
effect that the man may havo been
killed by tho shafts striking him or
that the injuries found on the dead
mans body might have come from an
automobile passing over him or by
simply hitting him
Thomas F Farr testified that ho
heard tho outcry of Faut over a hun
dred feet away and that he also heard
the crash of glass as tho machine
struck the man W C Hart says
that he heard the cry Oh as If the
victim was in great pain or fright
lie then looked around and saw tho
m chino pass over an object that he
afterwards learned to bo a man Tho
shafts that wero carried by Mr Faut
at the time he lost his life were ex
hibited in court and examined by the
jury and the attorneys in tho case
Thero wore two blood stains upon tho
W C Hart was tho first witness ex
amined He Is a barber of this city
Ho stated that ho was a fow feet
north of Herricks coffee house on
Washington avenue between Twenty
third and Twentysecond streets at
about G30 last Saturday night when
Parker Faut was run over and killed
Tho story Mr Hart told was this
Saw Faut Killed
I was on my way home and was
a few feet from Horrlcks coffee house
going north when I heard an outcry
from some one It sounded like the
scream or yell of a man that was be
ing hurt or very much frightened 1
turned to see what was the matter
and as I did so I SAW an automobile
crossing the street from the east to
tho left sIde and at the samo Instant
I saw a dark object Immediately in
front of the machine The machine
ran over tho object and I immediately
suspected that tho machine had run
over some one 1 cried out to the driv
er of the machine to stop that they
had run over somebody 1 then rushed
to the center of tho street and found
tho old gentleman lying in tho road
apparently dead I helped carry him
to the drug store on tho corner across
Twentythird street I was only about
25 feet from the automobile when I
called for them to stop 1 am certain
that I could have heard the call to
stop If I had been in tho machine
They Did Not Stop
They did not slop at all but the
machine slackened Its speed somewhat
when It struck the man and I no
ticed that the auto raised slightly on
ono side when It passed over the ob
ject I think the machine was travel
ing at least 10 or 15 miles an hour
and It did not lessen that speed after
It passed over the body of Mr Faut
It was the cry of Mr Pant that at
tracted my attention and caused me
to look aroundIt was not tho nolso
of the machine
Mr Hart described the machine as
a large white steamer heavily hood
ed He said ho thought ho would
recognize the machine If ho should
see it again Mr Hart was asked
to go to the garngo and see if he
could pick out tho machine that ran
over tho man that night He was
away from the court room a short tlmo
and when he returned ho stated that
he found the machine In tho garage
that answered the description of tho
one he saw that night and that he
thought it was the machine He said
that tho machine in the garage had
both lamps broken and the tiro of
ono of the front wheels was punctured
He said the number of the machine
was 157 That Is tho number of tho
Howell machine
Doctors Testimony
Dr C F Oagood in giving his tes
I timony stated that he had been called
to make an examination of the body
of time man killed for tho purpose ot
determining the nature of the
wounds at the request of Mr Bagloy
attorney for Mr Howell and that he
had dono so In describing the
wounds the doctor stated that tho
one two three four live six and
seven ribs of the mans left side and
the six seven and eight of the right
side were broken that there was a
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slight contusion over the loft eye
a alight scratch on tho left hand an
a little abrasion of thu left side
In answer to questions by the at
torneys for Mrs Faut the doctor
stated that tho condition of the body
was such that lie could not toll wheth
er tho neck was broken
lIe also stated that the wounds
found upon the man were amply suffi
cient to cause death and that death
ensued undoubtedly through the ribs
penetrating the left lung and possibly
the heart It was his opinion that
the man may have been run over b
an automobile or lie might have been
struck with some other thing that
I would cause death
BloodStained Exhibit
Bloodstained buggy shafts alleged
to have been in the hands of Mr
Faut when he was run over were
brought into the court room and the
doctor was asked whether ho thought
it possible that Mr Faut was killed
by an automobile striking the shafts
and forcing them against tho mans
body Ho said that ho thought it
possible The witness also said that
the man might have been killed by
sfmpl ° being struck by IhG machine
or by having been run over by It
i and that it would be a difficult mat
i ter for any one simply examining
tho wounds to determine tho manner
I In which Mr Faut mot his death
My God Exclaimed Farr
I Thomas F Farr was called as a
i witness and testified that he was at
his place of business a fow feet north
of the accident and a hundred or
more feet east of the place on the
night of the tragedy He was working
tt his books and had all the doors I
of the ofllce closed Mr Spangenbcrg
was in the once with him
I I was working at my books when
I heard the crash of window glass
and tho cry of a man as If he were in
distress It half frightened mo and
I said to Mr Spangenberg My God
something has happened We then
rushed out of the office and as we
did so 1 observed an automobile pass
ing along the avenue at a rapid rate
of speed I heard a voice cry to
them to stop but the machluo did not
slacken its speed It went right on
and I saw it pass around the corner
of Twentysecond street going west
Tho machine was moving at a rate of
speed from 20 to 25 miles an hour I
rushed down tho street where a
crowd had assembled and found there
a man lying upon the ground in a
very bad condition I told the men
there that if they did not want tho
man to die In the street they had
better carry him to the drug store
which they did The machine was a
largo white steamer closely hooded
and It was going at a rapid speed I
could plainly hear the man across tho
i street cry to tho automobile to stop
i Heard tho Crash
George L Spangeuberg testified
that he was with Mr Farr In the I
once that evening and that he too
heard tho crash of glass and rushed
out to see what was the matter Ho
wont out of the ofllco behind Mr Farr
and did not notice an automobllo
passing He hoard tho man across
tho way call to somebody to stop At
tho time ho heard the breaking of
glass ho said he also heard a muf
fled sound similar to tho cry of a
man Yesterday afternoon In answer to a
pointed and pertinent question pro
pounded by Judge Henderson as to
whether ho did not know at the tlmo
he ran over Mr Faut that ho had
killed a man that his subsequent ac
tions had been to cover up his deed
that he told Kennedy to go get tho
hat nnd get rid of It because ho knew
It would ho muto testimony against
him ann that ho had employed coun
sel to defend him when he could see
the facts were weaving around him
and that he would likely be found to
be guilty of killing the man William
Howell stated with emphasis
Wm Howells Explanation
No sir f did not know that my
machine had run over that man and I
do not now believe that it did If
my machine had run over that man It
would have ground him to pieces If
you want to know what I think of the
matter I will tell you I think the
shafts struck tho man and killed him
If my machine struck anything at all
It was the shafts I havo not tried to
cover my tracks but have acted ac
cording to Instructions from my attor
neys whom I had a right to employ
I did not know a man had been killed
until the officer told us so at the M
M saloon and I did not tell Ken
nedy to get that hat and get rid of
It Ho tcld mo there was a hat at the
garage In the machine and I told him
to go get It I dont know why I
told him to do so but I did I did not
think anything about it as evidence In
this matter
The other testimony given by Mr
Howell was practically the same as
that given by Councilman Larson and
Elliott Kennedy and the younger Lar
son He Raid that they had been at a
number of places that afternoon but
he was not drinking anything Inoro
than mineral water nnd that tho other
boys kern not drinking much
Machine Was Skidding
I Mr Howell stated that It was noces
nary for him to turn his machine from
Uiu east to the west side of Washing
ton avenue at the Intersection of
Twoutp third street because his ma
chine was skidding and he had to
get away from the poles In the center
of the street just in front of him
He stated further that ho did not not
ice any perceptible Jar of the machine
at the tlmo and had no Idea that he
had struck anything until Mr Larson
told him thai ho was afraid they had
struck something At that tlmo he I
said ho stopped his machine almost
still and would have stopped entirely I
ann gone back to see If thero Wag
anything wrong If IMTBOH had not as
sured him that hey had not struck
Calo Perry a fnrmer who happened
to pass the automobile at the same
time it collided with Faut bald he
heard a swishing noise and look
ing quickly In the direction saw
Faut as he was struck and thrown
under the wheels of the car in a
doublcdiip position The witness I
fixed the speed of the car at twenty
miles an hour Mr Perry says he
did not hear the automobile horn al
though Mr Howell said he had sound
ed It as ho approached the corner
Hughes Saw the Accident
M E Hughes an eyewitness to the
tragedy testified thnt he was at tho
Cavo drug storo when the accident
happened that the automobile wag go
ing at the rate of from 20 to 25 miles
an hour when It struck Mr Faut and
killed him He said
I saw the machine approach and
at the same Instant saw the man
crossing the street with a pair of
shafts In his hands The man yelled
as loud as he could when the machine
struck him and I heard a number of
people call for the machine to slop
after the man was hurled to the
ground Mr Fait was thrown in a
heap when the machine struck him
and the automobile passed over him
I It was about 100 feet north of tho
Intersection of Twentythird street
The machine did not slacken Its speed
it went on toward Twentysecond
street The injured man was taken to
I Caves drug store where ho died
Afternoon Session
The afternoon session was resumed
at 215 the attendance of spectators
not being as large as at tho previous
Thomas F Farr was recalled and
he testified that since giving his tes
timony In the forenoon he had visited
tho garage and identified the machine
Xo 157 as the one ho saw passing
along Washington avenue on the night
of the accident
Dr J W PIdcock testified that he
waited upon Mr Faut at the Cave
drug store Saturday night Ho and
Dr Green examined the Injuries of
the man and found thai all the ribs
on each side of the body woro brok
en that there was an abrasion on
the bridge of tho noso and over the
temple back of the left car and that
I the base of the skull had been frac
tured The fracture was on the left
side of the head and near the spinal
Saw Machine Run Over Faut
William Jensen a horse trader saId
he was just In front of the Farr Feed
store on Washington avenue Saturday
evening when Mr Faut was killed
Ho testified that he saw Mr Faut
crossing the street and that he also
saw the automobile coming towards
him Mr Fait the witness said hast
ened his pace apparently to get away
from the machine At this instant
tho machine suddenly turned and
crossed from the east to the west
side of the avenue and struck Mr
Fait and ran over him Ho said
that Mr Faut was carrying a pair of
shafts and that he also had a bundle
under one of his arms Mr Jensen
said Mr Faut cried out when tho ma
chine struck him and that he the wit
ness and others called In a loud tone
of voice for the men driving the ma
chine to slop The witness said the
machine did not stop nor did it slack
en Its speed He said the machine
was going fast but ho could not es
timate the rate of speed
The annual meeting of the share
holders of the Ogdcn Troy Steam
Laundry will be held at the office of
the president Dr E M Conroy cor
ner of 26th St and Grant Ave ou
Monday Feb 7th 1910 at 7 oclock
p m for the purpose of electing a
new Board of Directors and for any
other business that might come be
fore said meeting
K M CONROY President
Washington Jan GSenator Per
kins of California slipped on the Icy
sidewalk this morning In front of his
hotel and It Is believed severely In
jured hit spine He was carried to
his apartments where he was given
prompt medical attontlon
Senator Perkins had loft his place
of residence shortly after 8 oclock
and was proceeding cautiously along
the ice glazed surface of the sidewalk
when ho fell He struck tho ground
with terrific force and lay for several
seconds In a dazed condition
Paaflcrsby wont to his aid and ho
was carried to his apartments Dr G
Lloyd MJgrudcr was summoned and
declared the patient had suffered a
sevens wrench of tho spine In addi
tion to painful bruises about the body
Senator Perkins has not enjoyed
the best of health for a long time and
the peculiar nature of tho present in
Jury Is such that Ills physician did not
fool justified in stating how soon ho
would recover
Bearing invitations from the gover
nor of Oregon the mayor of Portland
the Oregon Development league the
Portland Commercial club and the
Oregon Wool Growers association
and distributing scarlet badges with I
tho legend Portland In 101J n big
delegation of wool growers arrived in
Ogden this morning They are a lot
of enthusiasts and say thnt they will
not take no for an answer to their In
vitation for lie next annual meeting
of the wool growers Among the
number are George McKnighl of Talc I
Ore president of tho Oregon Wool
Growers association j n Dobbin of
Joseph vicepresident of the Oregon
Wool Growers association Dan P
Smylhe of Pcndleton secretary of
that orKunlnllon j N Burgess of
Pllol Rock president of tho big Cun
ningham Sheep Lamb company A
L Mackintosh of Portland member
of the Orugoii board of sheep com
missioners Charles Cleveland of
Gresham member of the same board i
Dr W H Lytlo Oregon sheep In
spector and slate veterinarian Dr S
W McClurc Inspector in charge of
the United SUtos bureau of animal
Industry for Oregon Washington and
Idaho Fred Young of Portland L P
Davidson Hoppncr 1 D Billlngaly i
Ontario F C Oxman Durkee Tom
rumba Skull Springs John Wood
Ontario T M Seaward Ontario BIg
worth Brown Ontario J II Seaward
Ontario Donald MacDonald Ontario
It F Stubblefield Joseph W H
Graves Eiitciprise E P Cranston
Baker City Paul Montalbano Baker
City D P Ketchum The Dalles W
G Odell The Dalles A X Whittier
Ilunllngton C F Armstrong Port
land N C Longfellow Joseph B J
Becker Albany D J KIrby Shed
dan William Durst McMinnvillo Dr
S B Nelson Pullman Wash state
secretary Washington Livestock asso I
ciation and state veterinarian Frank
M Rotbrock Spokane K 0 Kohler I
Ellensburg Wash William H
Daughtrey president Union Stock
yards Portland C C Colt president
Union Meat company Portland Frank
Burke of the J C Lonorgan Livestock
Commission company Colonel A A
Morse special representative of the
freight depaitmont of the Oregon Rail
way Navigation company and D
0 Lively general agent of the Union
Stock yards Portland A number of I
those gentlemen have their wives I
with them and tho ladles are helping I
the cause of Portland Mr Lively
The wool growers owe it to them
selves to get out of the inlermounUiIn
country ono year and Portland whore
the roses grow every day in the yean
Is the logical place The spirit of
Portland is hospltallly We have the
hotel facilities and Oregon Is a wool
I growing state of the first class More
than this we aro building UP a live
stock market at Portland which must
be taken into consideration in the fu
ture of tho livestock industry of tho
northwest and altgether we must
have the wool growers convention in
1911 Wo cant go home unless wo
get it and we are prepared to give
the delegates and visitors an enter
tainment that they will remember all
of the days of their lives
Messages from flood strlclcen Cal
lento passengers received by wire and
by courier giving the first authentic
news of conditions on the Los Ange I
lea Salt Lake line have been re I
cclvcd by this paper I
Wagons carrying passengers from i
the eastbound train marooned since
last Sunday night reached Panaca i
yesterday where they wero obliged to
stop overnight on account of tho ex
treme temperature eighteen degrees I
blow zero 1
Calionte is practically in ruins and
tho people arc In pressing need of
prompt assistance calls for food antI
fuel being the most urgent The Salt
Lake Route depot Is reported as un
dermined by the raging waters and
the roundhouse filled with mud sand i
and water to a depth of over three
foot Many buildings arc an entire I
wreck some of which floated off down
stream along with every conceivable 1
kind of debris Not a single houso f
In the place remains undamaged
Wagons bridges chlckon houses with I
their occupants in fact everything
movable in the course of the fierco
torrent was carried away The peo
ple scantily clothed are fleeing to
the hills for safety The full extent
of the damage canuot lie estimated at
this time I
No word has been received from
tho Muddy river section for five days I
but heavy loss is expected At Big
Springs nine miles from iCallcnte
tho track is badly washed out and the
section house is gone
Investigating parties have been I
sent out nnd urgent calls for help
have been sent to the sheriff of Lin
coln county Railroad olllclals aro I
doing everything In their power to i
relieve the stricken districts as sell
as to care for paM engcT1 tnll rail
road property
General Manager ECWclls left
Wednesday might for Modona to take
personal charge ot affairs He be
loves the damage will not be as great
as might be expected from such n
flood amid expects to have things in
fair shape in reasonable time The
road was built far above the highest
known water mark and no human
wlslom could have forecasted such a
disaster In places whore the roadbed
went out the hill wont with It
Manager Wells expects to ha v
through trains running over lime Hue
In two months at tho outside
Rumors of appalllnc loss of life nu
not confirmed only life
one that i i i
trackwalker near Callcnte has lien
Teams hearing the forlorn paflbfH
gars are expected to connoot lod
with the Overland Express and rail
road officials haVe made arransenu H
for an Immediate transfer both nt Bar
clay nnd Acoma
New York Money
New York Jan GClose Prime
mercantile paper 43 KTfS 12 101 cent
Sterling exchange easy with actual
business in bankers bill at 4 8T 75Tii
1 SI for sixtyday bills anti at 1810
for demand
Commercial bills 433114S1
Bar silver 5212c
Mexican dollars He
Government bonds steady railroad
bonds irregular
Money on call firm Ir7 per cent
ruling rate G 12 per cent closing bid
and offered at G per cent
Time loans strong fir sixty das
I 31 per cent for ninety days I l2f
131 per cent for six monthn 12
per cent
Chicago Livestock
Chicago Jan GCntlle RfcoIJt
estimated at 7000 market strona to
shade higher Beeves 410aSOO
Texas steers 415151520 western
steers l23fG 30 stockers and feed
ers S315 535 cows and heifer
2255GG cahes 50030
HogsReceipts estimated at 2finnn
market 5c higher Light SSMiiS OT
mixed S30ifi > S75 heavy S4Jfi SSi
rough 840S55 good to choice
heavy SG5 < ft8SO pigs 750S50
bulk of sales S35f S 75
Sheep Receipts estimated at 12
000 market strong and lOc higher
Native 3S5Glo western 00r1 >
125 yearlings GGO < 0 10t lambs im
the 625tf 40 western 5G25TiSK
Chicago Close
Chicago Jan GClose Wheat
Jan 115 11 May 114 12a5S °
July 103 34 Sept 99 M
Corn Jan C4 May GS 38 July
GS Sa34 Sept GS 12 1
Oatsan 40 3S May 17 7Sal8
July 15 Sopt J2
Pork Jan 22rt212 May 2210
32212 12 j July 221212 a
Ribs Jan 11j2 12 May 11 G2 12
all 65 July 11 G2 12
Lard Jan 12CO llay12 0 July
1tycfCash 81 May Sir >
Barley 53aGO rG 1
Omaha Livestock
Omaha JanGCallleRecclpt
3600 market stead to strong N
th e steers 1005G 5 stackers and
feeders 275535 calvej 3507
675 HogsReceipts 6700 market
strong to 5c higher Heavy S 50fj
S60 mixed S46iJjS55 light C40i >
S50 bulk of sales S15SG5
Shocp Receipts 7000 market
steady and active Yearlings 56752
760 wethers 640Gf6 ewes 5490
GOO lambs 7608o
Discount Rate Reduced
London Tan GThe directors of
the Bank of England at the regular
weekly meeting today reduced the
minimum rate of discount from I 12
to 4 per cent The effect of the lower
rate on the stock exchange was speed
ily dlscouhled by the announcement
of the early issue of a new Indian
3 12 per cent loan amounting to 337
100000 which will bo offered at 9 12
Sugar and Coffee
Now York Jan GSugarRaw
steady Muscavado S9 test 3 52
I centrifugal 90 test 5102 molasses
sugar 89 test 327 Refined steady
Coffoe Spot steady No 7 Rio
S 11 iRgtS 3ic No I Santos 9c
Chicago Produce
Chicago Jan a Butter steady
Creams 26 34 dairies 25a30
Eggs strong receipts 2510 Firsts
3r prime firsts 3C
Cheese steady daisies 16 34al7
horns 1C 12
young Americas and longhorns
I Metal MarKct
New York Jan GLeadQulel
Copper Qulot standard spot
13L51355 March lC50i it1165
Silver 52 l2c
Notice is hereby given thrtt tho un
dersigned Treasurer of Ogden City
will at his office on and after this
date pay City Warrants bearing regis
try numbers from AGGOl to AG239
both inclusive and B5601 to
both Inclusive This Includes all war
rants registered up to and Including
July 31 1909
Further that all such warrants not
presented to jno for payment on or be
fore January 14 1310 will cease to
draw Interest thereafter
City Treasurer
Dated Ogden Utah January 4 1910
Great Show for the Visitors
The Kinodronie and Orpheum Orchestra
Every Night This Week
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PRIGES 50c 25e and lOc A
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