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I i I THE DAILY STANDARD OGDEN UTAH MONDAY rolAY 2 1910 j
1 1 J
I 11 Price s in sa 1 e 1
I c 2 Starts Tuesday April 3
Ti
Our reason for reducing the prices = ve have here
i and so radically is to bring more immediate
j
business to the store and to get our stock in
readiness receive the Summer Suits and Skirts
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I 250 Suits in this Sale at Half Price
I I 450 Skirts at Half Price
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II Our Entire Stock of Hand Bags at Cost
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f LAST THOMAS
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1t WEBER TEACHERS
I TO GET MORE PAY
II tI
I At tho meeting of the Weber coun
ty board of education Saturday nf tor
noon the date for tho graduating ex
orcises for the schools was fixed nt
I m bra 2Sth
I The last teachers institute for tit o
I I year will bo hald in Ogden May 7th
iiit which time final arrangements
i will bo made for the graduation and
I promotion of the various classes and
itho teachers who have been engaged
1 for the year will have until that date
Ito decide whether they will accept
positions
I i At the closo of the Institute a
I r teaohors party and banquet will bo
I t pflvon and a Jolly good time la anti
fclpntod
t clpntlld j
I The board of education Decided fo
raise tho salaries of tho teachers a
resolution to that effect being uuan
imoualy adopted
t
The sense of tho resolution adopted
I Is that beginning teachers who pre
I sent examination certificates are to
55 receive 35 per month Beginning
1 teachers who have hod four yearn of
i high school work and the summer
school will receive fiO per month Be
ginning tnnclierfi who hold normal di
l plomas will ho paid ln per month
J All teachers and principals will re
Cflvo In addition to their salary under
r thfllr present rating 250 extra per
I month provided they hold a state cer
I i r tlflcato ii extra If thor hold gram
l mar school diploma and H60 per
I month If they hold a high school di
f ploma Furthermore It is possible to
I 1 receive an additional 1 50 per month
1 lor merit
t Superintendent Eggerlson express
t cd his satisfaction with tho now ordor
i yesterday stating that It would now
i y bo possible for every teacher to obtain
t a raise In salary which would ho based
I on what tho teacher actually accom
I I plishes
I It puts a value on college educa
I r j tion ho said a thing that Ima been
I lamentably lost sight of in this state
I and In every respect Is tho most lime
I f tical scheme yot inaugurated to cre
+ ate educational proficiency In teach
I ers I am sure tho new order will
1 work out satisfactorily and will add
I greatly to tho gcnural efficiency of
our teaching force
Others Interested in school
work
j expressed their
approval of the new
j plans taken up by the county hoard
J and there Is little doubt but that tho
j scheme will be taken up throughout
tho state
I
J TROUT FRY THRIVING
I SAYS GAME WARDEN
I
Provo May IFish and Game
Warden Brig Madsen reports that af
ter a careful Investigation he finds
that the trout fry plontnd in the Utah
streams this spring are all doing well
and thai the
prospects aro for n big
Increase In
the fish population
of the
streams Mr Madsen further states
a
i tbat fry have not been planted In
i muddy streams
ams
but in springs
and
I tributaries where tho waters
arc clear
and whore there is not destruction
n
I caused by muddy water and this has
I boon true for the last few years
I Mr Madscn gives
many nalancon
J showing rho
t increase of flsh and the
i successful
growth of flsh planted
1 which shows that tho planting has
been a success
On the criticism which has been
made on the planting of fry by tho
state warden and deputies Mr Mad
sen claims they are beIng planted
with the most approved scientific
methods and quotes from Artificial
Propagation of the Atlantic Salmon
Rainbow Trout and Brook Trout Is
sued by the United States commission
of fish and fisheries
Under the head of The Planting of
Fry It says In their natural state
as soon as the weight of the food sac
has been diminished by absorption
enough to permit their rising the fish
begin to tike food and by the tlmo
the sac is entirely ono they are prob
ably taking It regularly When very
young fry are transferred to outsldo
waters where there Is natural food
only It should be done eight tor ten
days before the sac Is absorbed for If
delayed until after the sac disappears S
man will die before they become ac
customed to finding food In their now
home
homeJUNIORS WIN
The Weber Academy athletes held
their first lnterclans meet on tho Ac
ademy campus Saturday afternoon
the various contests being of excep
tional Interest he Juniors were the
successful contestants tho score he
Ing 1C points to the seniors J9
sophomores 13 nnd Freshmens 1
I Although the sophomores nnd fresh
men secured but few points to their
I credit some good material was disco
j seed among them it Is said and with I
a little more training and develop
I ment the academy expects t < i produce I
some more first class school athletes
to compete for honors in the general
meets
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All In all participants made a very
creditable showing and one that will
find considerable discussion among i
I the other schools Following is the
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order and results of the contests j
Ono hundred yard dash Clark Rob
girls Ingles Time 11 seconds
Mile run Ballantyno Schclln
Thomas Time H min r2 sec
Broad jump Clark Grccnwell Bon
ton Distance 21 feet 2 Inches
Shot put Bonton Watson Wiggins I
Distance 39 feet 10 Inches
140 yard dash Roberts Ingles
Sfhehn Tune ii 72 seconds
High jump Grcenwcll Benton I
Clark Height 5 feet C inches
Hammer throw Beuton Harris
Grcenwel Distance 02 feet 2 Inches I
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Half mile run Roberts Clark EC
clos Time 2 minutes 10 seconds
Pole vault Benton and Critchlow
tie Miller Height 9 feet 6 Inches
Relay Juniors Ford Pyott Rob
ert Clark Time 11S seconds
PARENTS HtARTBROKEN
The body of Harry Pennlngton was
shipped to his home at Stnnborry
Missouri last evening accompanied
by S F Hawkins who came lo the
city Saturday for that purpose Pen
Winston IB the young man who died at
tho county iuHrmary Thursday even
ing of scarlet fever
Mr Hawkins stated that the boys
father is John P Pennlngton a well
known undertaker and furniture dual
or of SUuiberry and that both he I
and tho boys mother aro heartbroken
over their sons sad death among
strangers
Harry had left home only a short
time ago and had spent a month at
Cheyenne His temporary employ
ment having ended thore ho had
dd
started for British Columbia but had
stopped off for a day in Ogden on ac
count of his not feeling well It was
at this limo that he was taken ill
with what developed into scarlet fe
ver
PrevjouB to Mr Hawkins arrival a
letter from tho lads mother had ar
rived and which was opened by the
authorities In tho oplstlc tho mot
or cautioned her son to try to liold
his poslUon longer and not drift about
the country as ho seemed to have a
tendency to do
WAS PRESENT AT
PARK BANQUET
Superintendent Joffcrs of the Utah
division of the Union Pacific returned
this morning from Omaha where ho
bad been to attend a hanquet given to
former General Superintendent W S
Park of the principal company of the
Harriman rnllroad Byitem Discuss I
ing the Incident briefly with a Stand
ard reporter today Superintendent Jet
lets said I
Tho dinner tendered lrPark by
his former railroad associates was 1
one of the Important social events of
the Omaha club and was attended by
the more prominent officials of the
Union Pacific system Judge Loomis
of the legal department of the road
presided and tho principal address of
tho evening was delivered by General
Grcnvlllc M Dodge who made tho
original and final survey for the Un
ion Pnclflc road and who was n prom
inent factor In the construction of tho
line Then re8s was especially In
teresting as showing the remarkable
growth and development of tho terri
tory adjacent to the road during the
dust quarter of a century
Addresses of a complimentary na
ture to Mr Park wore made by many
of tho guests and It was brought out
that ho had been In the service of the
company more than 35 years enter
ing its employ as a freight brake
man at the ago of IS years runnln
n passenger train as conductor at 22
and receiving his appointment as a di
vision superintendent at tho ago of 3 3 I
He Is now 52 years old nnd occupies
one of tho most Important railroad I
positions In the United States
Mr Park made a forceful and elo I
quent address himself and express
grateful appreciation for the kindly
sentiments uttered bj his old friends
and associates The event was a
riplendld success nnd thoroughly en
joyed by everyone present
FAMOUS CARTOONIST RETURNS
FROM HUNTING IN AFRICa
San Francisco May 2John T Me
Cutcheon the Chicago cartoonist and
war correspondent arrived here yes
terday on the steamship Asia accom
panied by Fred M Stephenson son of
United Stales Senator Stephenson of
Wisconsin Both men spent four
months hunting In the big game country
nne
try of East Africa part of the time
with Col Roosevelt
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CYCLONE GOES
INTO TRAINING
Today Cyclono Johnny Thompson
and Pete Sullivan start training for
tho twentyround meeting nt Saltnlr
Slay 10 Thompson has established
quarters at Ogden Sullivan will train
In Salt Lake which ho now claims an
his home
As the articles call for catch
weights there will be no strenuous
work to take off weight just enougn
to get in top shape for the meeting
To clear his record of teh two de
cisions against him Thompson made
his match here nnd says that he will
moro than oven up by winning the
way he did at Utah Hot Springs in
1908
Sullivan and his backers are just as
confident however nnd when the
sides line up for the betting fray there
promises to be many wagers flying
thick and fast
Thompson says that he will do hut
llttlo boxing QB ho does not need it
Plenty of road work and with the
gymncalum apparatus will constitute
his dally program Sullivan will havo
about tho same program Petes box
Ing Is admitted to be about the clever
est In the lightweight division and ho
will need little preparation In that
line Both are now In condition and
with the prep of one week will b e
on edge for a great battle
SPORTSMfN ORGANIZE
NEW SHOOTING ClUB
BRIGHAM CITY May 1 Another
sportsmens club has been organized
in this city the past weak The new
club will bo known as the Brlghanx
City Gun club The company will
take over leases on several largo
tracts of land lying southwest of this
city and shooting tickets will be is
sued to the members of the club
authorizing them to hunt on these
grounds The permits will be for the
calendar year In which they arc is
sued only
Tho tracts included in the com
panys lease coiuprleo some of ihc
choicest hunting grounds west of thin
city with the possible exception of
the tracts in the neighborhood of Bear
river bay
The officers of the new club are as
follows Joo Zimmerman president
Peter Larsen vice president Jacob
C Jensen secretary and treasurer
these with M A Boothe and Nels
Jensen form the directorate
JACK JOHNSON GETS
INTO TRAINING GAME
SAN FRANCISCO May IJack
Johnson heavyweight ring champion
of tho world Is Installed in hl train
Ing quarters at the sealrock house on
tho beach at the fringe of the Pacific
ocean where beta to prepare himself
for his fight with Jeffries at Emery
vlllo July 4
Practically all of the training ap
paratus has been installed and John
son will devote his time for the next
few days to preliminary training
Johnson weighs 228 pounds and
seems to be larger and stronger than
over before in hJs career Experienced d
ring men who have seen the big negro
say they believe he will have Uttle
llttlSo
difficulty In bringing himself about to
the best possible physical condition
When the champion begins training
he will take to the road for eight or
ton miles each ijuj 5 do light work in
the gymnasium and spend his spare
limp between short walks and beach
rides In the inevitable automobile In
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a weeks time he will begin his dally
sparring routine and will graduate
his activities In this line until he lias
reached the Inround dally limit
On four days each week he will box
In the gymnasium which Is a last seasons
r
sons dancing auditorium made over
The ring will he arranged on the stage
RC
at one end and the defender of the
title will give exhibition sparring
matches to audiences of paid admis
sion
ADDITIONAL FORFEIT
TO INSURE BIG MATCH
BEN LOMOND Cal May ISam
Berger Jeffries manager left Ben
Lomond tonight for San Francisco to
be present at the posting of the 30
000 additional purse money for the
big fight In that city tomorrow The
money will he deposited with a San
Francisco bank and late will be Rent
to Stakeholder Tim Sullivan of Now
York The articles of agreement call
for the posting of time remainder of
tho purse 51000 ort lght hours
before the fight Borgcr will attend
a meeting Wednesday at which the
reforco for the match will be chosen
Berger and Jeffries had a long dis
cussion today regarding the third man
in tho ring but neither would dis
cuss thin matter afterward or make
any nrodintlon as to the Drobablo I
choice It Is known that Berger will
submit a list of eight or ten men and
also will mention two who have been
placed on Jeffries blacklist Five well
known California referees will be on
the curd Including Jack Welsh Phil
Ward Billy Roche Eddie Smith of
Oakland and Charlie Eyton of Los
Angeles In addition to these Charles
White of New York Malachy Hogan
of Chicago and Otto Flotn of Denver
also are known to be acceptable to
Jeffries limo names of Bob Vernon
of New York and Snndy Grhwold ot
Omaha and Kd W Smith of Chicago
have been suggested but arc not be
ing given Horiousf consideration I
Jeffries disappointed a small crowd I
pf visitors it his camp today by
eliminating the boxing bout from tho I
days program The onlookers saw
nothing moro thrilling than a game of
handball between the former cham
pion his nophow Tod Boyar and
Billy Papke this morning and caught
only a glimpse of the big llghor hi tho
afternoon as ho1 walked to the fish
hatchery one of the points of Interest
neaT tho camp
Jeffries declaredtonight that the
eruption on his back has entirely dis
appeared and that he expects to have
no more trouble with the affliction
BRUS HFEELS BETTER
m1
SAN ANTONIO Texas May 1
MrflJohn T Brush saId tonight the
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Improvement shown today in the con
dition of Mr Brush owner of the New
York Nationals was more marked
than at any time In the last ten r1nSN
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I BASEBALL RESULTS I
National League standing Including
May i
Club Won Lost PC
Now York 10 I 3 700
Plttsburg 7 3 700
Chicago C 4 GO
Philadelphia i 3 583
Cincinnati 4 5 alt
Brooklyn 4 S 3HS
Boston 4 9 JOS
St Louis 1 0 308
Standing of American League club
including games of iota
Club Won Lost PC
Detroit S 5 Cl >
Philadelphia G 4 600
New York 5 4 550
Boston 7 G B3S
Cleveland 7 G 538
Chicago G 5 500
Washington 5 9 357
St Louis IJ 7 300
CHICAGO BEATS DETROIT
CHICAGO III May 1Chicago de
bated Detroit in n hard fought In
Inning game today 4 to 3 Walsh
pitched In fine form but had poor
support In the ninth when Hahn
dropped a long fly Blackburn fum
bled two line drives which gave the
visitors two runs Chicago came back
In their half and tied It up on a base
on balls a sacrifice an out and a hit
Tho finish came In tne fifteenth when
Tannehlll hit a clean drive to left for
two bases wont to third on a sacrifice
and scored on a wild pitch Score
R II E
Chicago I 7 5
Detroit 3 S S
Batteries WalahPayne Browning
Wlllells Pernoll and Stannge
WINS IN NINTH
CHICAGO May IArter Plttnburg
scored one run today In the ninth
Chicago scored two and won a fierce
ly contested game 2 to L The win
ners lost a scoro In the eighth when
Hoffman fell between third and home
and twisted his knee He could not
get up and Gibson tagged him while
he lay on the ground In the ninth I
Wagner singled went to second on
Millars Infield out and scored on
FlynnH slnble With two out In Chi
cago half of the ninth Wagnor
fumbled Schultes grounder and
Chance and Stclnfeldt followed with
two baggers scoring two runs Scoro
R H E
Chicago 2 5 0
Pittsburg 1 9 1
Batteries Overall and Nccdham
Camnltx and rflbson
WQN IN NINTH
CINCINNATI 0 May 1 Cincin
nati defeated SL Louis 6 to 5 today
In a ninthInning rally With men on
second and third two out one run
needed to tic and two strikes and
three balls on him Egan singled In
tho ninth and brought Paskert homo
with tho icing run Hauser threw
wild a moment later and iMlllor fol
lowed with the winning run Suggs
pitched well Score
R II E
St Louis 5 G 3
Cincinnati tl 11 5
Batteries Willis and Phelps Suggs
and McLean
TIED IN NINTH
ST LOUIS May Cleveland look
tho second game of the series today
bj 5 to 4 In eleven innings SL Louis
tied the score In the ninth but the
visitors won out on successive singles
In the eleventh by Lord Bradley and
Porrlng Score
II Hs E
St Louis 4 11 1
Cleveland o J2 1
Batteries Pelty Klnsclla Waddcll
and Stephens Falkcnberg Berger and
Clarke
COAST LEAGUE
At San FrancISCOllorning game
Oakland 1 Vernon 2 Afternoon
game Oakland 2 Vernon l
At Los elesIornlng game
Los Angeles 1 Sacramento 2 After
noon game Los Angeles 1 Sacra
mento 2
At Portland San Francisco 3
Portland 1
WESTERN LEAGUE
At Wichita Wichita 3 Des Moines
1
At St Joseph SU Joseph 1 Lin
coln 3
At nerGame postponed on ac
count of rain
At Topeka Topeka 10 Omaha 5
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION
At Louisville Louisville 5 Colum
bus 3
At Milwaukee Milwaukee 2 St
Paul 1
At Indianapolis Indianapolis 3
Toledo t
At Kansas City Kansas City 0
Minneapolis 1
MURDERER IN
PAIN GIVES UP
SAN FRANCISCO flap lDrlnn
from his retreat in the canyons of
the Alameda county foothills where
he has been hiding for the past ninety I
days George Bessor who shot and
killed Miss Eleanor Flebor his sweet
heart January 29 in a lit of Jealousy
came back to the city today to sur
render himself to Detective James
Reagan an acquaintance and was
captured by the police before he could
voluntarily give himself up
Bessor tells a story of terrible hard
ships endured while concealing him
self from the police
Chicago Produce
Chicago May 2Auttor easy
creameries 24a2S dairies 22a2C
Eggs Steady receipts 25855 at
mark cases included 17 l2aS firsts
19 12 prime first 20 12
Cheese steady daisies 14 34al5
twins 4nl4 young Americas 14al2
lonchornjs 14 12
Metal Market I
New York May 2Lend easy spot
430a410 Copper weak standard
spot nnd July J2al2 14 Silver 54 M
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DOGS SLAUGHTER
MANY CHICKENS
Ono night lost week Richard Look
ot 2627 Jefferson avonuo called on
his neighbor George Halvorson nnd
stated to him that he thought KOIIIO
ono was In the Ilalvnrson chicken
coop To be certain about the mat
ter the gentleman slipped out In the
darkness toward the coop The barn
yard disturbance by way of cackling
hens convinced them that there was
something dolngfi and that thieves
were surely making a desperate raid
They reached the coop Just In home
to witness tho escape of n couple of
dogs through tho adjoining fence
An Investigation disclosed tho fact
that all of the Halverron chickens
seventeen of them had been killed
Some of them had been eaten by the
dogs and the bodies of the others
were torn to pieces
Thinking something might be amiss
at the Ieck coop the gentlemen visit
ed It and to their great mirprlse found
that overt chicken in tho coop ex
cept two setting hens had been kill
ed by the dogs The premises In both
Instances were strewn with blood and
feathers indicating that the dogs bad
done the slaughtering during the even
Ing and In short order There were
twentysix chickens found In and
around the two coops
MUCH MONEY fOR
COUNTY SCHOOLS
An estimate of the funds needed to
conduct the public schools of Weber
county for the ensuing year has been
made by Clerk L H Frorer the year
beginning July 1st 1910 and ending
June HOth 1911 as follows
Pay of teachers 31000
Pay of board of examiners 100
Expenses of county Institute 100
Superintending the schools 1500
Contingent expenses for run
nine schools 300
Buildings and sites 9000
Current expense funds sup
plies text books repairs Im
provements Interest on I
bonds sinking fund etc 26000
I
Total 68000 j
Of the above it is estimated 540 1 I
500 will be raised by tax levy and I
1CCOO from apportionment of stair i
school taxes state Interest and ren
tals leaving a balance of 11000 to
be raised by count school taxes
0
OGDEN WOMAN DIES I
IN RIVERDAlE
I
At her home In Rlverdalo at 330
Saturday afternoon Mrs Gertrude I
Roman passed to tho Great Beyond I
after a brief Illness of paralysis She
was fifty years of age the wlfo of
Daniel B Roman and Roil known in I
Ogden as well us in other sections
of Weher county Sho was dearly be I
loved by those who knew her and
was looked up to by all as a woman I
of sterling qualities Tho family re
moved from Ogden to Riverdale only
a few years ago I
Mrs Roman was born in Amster
dam Holland November 20 1859 was i
the daughter of Hermanns and Marl i
Banker Terbroosan Whon a young
woman sho joined tho LatterDay
Saint church in her native land doing
much to bless the elders who wore
laboring In Tho Netherlands at that
time 0She was faithful to her roll g
ious convictions to the end Septem
ber 23 S79 with her parents brother
and sisters she arrived in Ogden
City A husband four sons two
daughters three grandchildren one
brother and one sister together with
a host of friends will mourn her de
mise
Funeral services will be held at tho
Riverdale Ward meeting house Wed
nesday at I oclock Tho casket will
be open at the home Tuesday after
noon and evening also Wednesday
until 1230 p m Interment will take
place In tho Ogden City Cemetery
CLERKS TO MEET
TUESDAY NIGHT
If the rotall clerks of Ogden arc to
secure tho early closing on Saturday
night they must manifest consider
ably more Interest in the subject than
was shown at the last meeting
Tomorrow another meeting vital
importance Is called at tho court house
at S p m and tho attendance of ev
ery clerk In the city Is desired Mat
ters of importance nro to bo discuss
ed Signed A B FOULGER chair
man
IWORlDS MARKETS
ARKET WEAK WITH
STRENGTH IN SPOTS
New York May 2 Opening prices
of stocks showed many declines ex
cept for a handful of Issues In which
wore Included Union Pacific SU Paul
Pennsylvania and Erie Amalgamated
Copper was sold under sovoro press
ure of 3500 shares at GC 34 and CO
compared with 67 14 on Saturday
There was a spread also In the open I
Ing quotations for United States
Steel of which 7000 shares sold at
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79 7S and 79 5S compared with 79
11 on Saturday Chesapeake and
Ohio Rock Island nnd American Cot
ton 011 declined 1 and Atchison Am I
erican Smelting Anaconda American
a 4
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a d 3
i11011d 9
D 1111 i b 7 9 d
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2 4
The biggest thing in
Siiis town for boosting
the young man is our
clothing
Good clothing does
not make character I
but it helps to build
character
I Here is the best kind
of clothing cul in the
best fashion to maf e
I
a young man look his
best
The beautiful grey
combinations 518
The blue mixtures
20The
The fancy weaving
I in lines and checks
22
COME ON IN j
I KUHNS
I Modern Clothes
I SUOP
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I WASHINGTON AVENUE
AT 2365
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r Wa 1t dto Y
1 Read Estate
for Cash
Or a 4 or 6 room House
Must be a snap Call or write
CARL C RASMUSSON I f
360 24th StreetCar
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Car and American Hide and Leather 1
preferred largo fractions t
Buying orders were encountered
r
which rallied tho whole list to Sat
urdays closing Large selling orders
then made their appearance In the
copper stocks United Sttnea Steel
Union Poolflc and cRadlng and the
whole market went down at a rapM
raleThere
There was another brisk rally later
Sales of stocks wore duo to Influ
ences carried over from last week
Bear operators showed hesitation In
selling at low prices and pressure re
laxed A slow dull recovery ensued 11
Some of tho banks renowed call loans
at 4 12 per cent suggesting an easy
tendency In the money market
Tho market turned weak again at I
noon when prices dropped abruptly
the lowest for some stocks Southern
Pacific and Northern pacific lost i j
Reading 1 34 Union Pacific sad Unit
ed Slates steel 1 C8
Bonds wero easy
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Chicago Livestock j
Chicago May 2CattleRecclpts
estimated at 25000 market steady to
lOc lower Beeves 65830 Texas
steers J70CI5 western st br
00C75 bstockers anti fccd i J 1
380C70 cows nnd heifers 275
730 claves C50870 +
Hogs Receipts estimated at 23000 J
I market slow to 20c lower light t
910 93712 mixed 9159 J
heavy 9915342 i2 rough 915G >
I 025 good to choice heavy 9t5 h
94212 pigs S75fi9CO bulk of a
t sales 9259AQ c
Sheep Receipts estimated at 20 11
000 market lOc lower Native 4H Jr
rfrS15 western S20t year
lings 7 158 35 lambs native 775
975 western 0007G c
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I Omaha Livestock
Omaha May 2 Receipts 1000 fr
market lOc lower Native steers 5751
775 cows nnd heifers COnGoO w st
ern steers 375aC75 cows and belfcnt
275a675 canners 250a425 stocked
and feeders KoOaG75 calves 425
825 bulls stags etc lOOaUOO
HogsReceIpts 3200 market lOc
and 20e lower Heavy 900a925
mlxod S00a900 light S75a90G pig 3
SOOaS75 bulk of sales S90a905
Sheep Receipts 7000 market lOc
find 25c lower Yearlings 77CaS40J
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