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I t Tnr 6 ments. 242.800 bu. Rye Rcceip'. ments, 9.300 bu. STOCK Barley WERE CONSPICU OUSLY WEAK. Effect bn.; 11.000 Receipt. 75.6'0 bu.; MINING ship-ment- Weel. 6. Wool Dec. Ft. Louis, Mo., Steady ; territory and western mediums 22 6 27; fins medium 18921; Hue Shews! Special Stocks of Judicial Proceedings In Utah. ' 14617. Near York, Dee. 8. The bank st element tut only reflected the loss of cash Indicated by the week's known movements of money, bnt more than made up the discrepancy in the loe reported hut week. which was smaller than the estimates. Cash boldine have Kansas City Cattle. Kansas City, Mu.. Dec. 8. Cattle-Rece- ipts 1,000. Steady; native steer $4.00 6 6.75; native vows and heifer 6 82.00 6 4. to; stockers and feeders calves 4.80; bulls $2. 15 63.90; 82.5096.50; western fed steers $3.40 96. 5t; western fed cows 12.1594.00. Hugs - Receipts 4.000. Market 10c i. 209 6.28; lower; bulk of sales packers $6.20 heavy $6.22 96.27 pfga and lights $5,759 $2.-4u- I MARKET L MINING EXCHANGE DOES GOOD WEEK'S WORK. SALT LAKE Back Tunnal Consolidated Doss Good Business and Alas the Caries. Salt Lake, Dec. 8. The week's business on the floor of the Salt Lake stock and mining exchange amounted to the transfer of 322.943 shares of stock, for tJ2U.495.37, against 253,372 shares for 697.343.14 during the corresponding week a year ago. Aa will be even by the foregoing, trading has been brisk. Pries have held up very well and in some instances there has been aa Improvement. particularly among the Tintle numbers, among Them being Beck Tunnel Consolidated, Colorado and carts. The Utter opened in good form this morning and advances from 94 to 95 cents. Italy Judge displayed weakness, while the best Silver King could do was a aale at 820. May Day found takers at 16; Nevsia Hills went at $3.40 and 83.474. Today's rinsing quotations and sales and the accom-panyitscalirg down of crediis has amounted to only $3.8o3,ti0u. The nei resulta la a deficit below the legal reserve required by $6,701,67, which la tbs lsrgeai deficit in the New York $. reserve alsce the summer of 1898. Sheep Receipts nun. Market nomwhen the endless chain drain on inally steady. Tailed Slates treasury gold holdings wns la operation to supply the exigeut Chicags Cattle. demand for gold to ship outwards. Chicago, Dec. 8. Cattle Receipts in the deficit a with This compares 800. Steady; beeves $4.109 7.30; enwj d corresponding neek last year of and heifers $1.6595.18; stockers and an animated a.!5. Iasi year specufeeders $2. 40 94.60; Taxsns $3,754$ at the stork exchange 4.60; westerner lation broke out $2.809 6.00; calve It deficit. la the week following the. 5.2597.50. imIs this precedent which places an Hog Receipts SO.uflO. Market life portant part In speculative non fl deuce loqer; mixed and butchers $0,066$.-3- 7 In the short market. Prices wavered $6.259 6.40: rough good and yielded slightly today after the heavy 5. 809heavy 6.18; light .009 6.35; bank statement appealed, but recov$5.609 6.20; bulk of sates $6,109 ered nearly all rh declines before the pigs 6.80, taeding sided and the closing was 3,000. Sheep Receipts Steady; Hill The only slightly irregular. lambs $4.5097.75. stock were oonapicuouily weak and sheep $3.9096.75; the Harrlinsa stock showed some speDANGER OF THE FLOOD. cial effect of the Jnillcial proceedings against the company in rtah. There Csierads River Menacing Imperial is no money market at the stock etVsllsy Again. chings on Saturday and luaaa made on FYlday carry over until Monday. to Imperial, Cal., Dec. The effect of the bank statement was restricted to sentiment therefore. Sen- early advices, the situation .at Calextiment ou the subject waa modified by ico, where the Colorado river la floodthe firm confidence that some action ing the surrounding ronntry, is reportwould be taken by the treasury de- ed tonight to be very serious. The water is reported to be rising steadily partment for the relief of the money situation In the iutervnl before opera- and there la danger tif the new flood tion ire resumed la the stork market flatea, recently put In by the Southern Movements were reported Pacific, giving away and causing the Monday. to be In progress in mercantile quar- fioud water to flow again In the Imperial valley basin. tern to urge the secretary of the treasury to release government funds to CHINESE OFFICIAL OPINION. the money market, for the relief of the restrictions said to be out on commercial operations by reason of money They Approve of the President's Views. scarcity. Total sales of bonds, par value, 850,000. Pekin, Dec. I. Chinese official opinion entirely egress with President Bank Statement. Roosevelt's views on the Japanese Ksw York, Dee. 8. The statement question ond points out that ths Chiof the clearing bouse banks fur ths nees luay be affected by the derision week shows thst ths banks hold of the California court a on the quesless thss the legs! reserve re- tion of exclusion of Mongolian children from the schools. quirements. This Is a decrease of . ss compared with laat week. The statement follows: FUEL FAMINE IN NORTH DAKOTA Loans $ 1,14 4,608,900; decrease D Dee. I. The fuel fam Minot, Deposits 8881177,800; decrease ine In northwestern North Dakota has aaenmed The serious proportions. BAN FRANCISCO STOCKS. Chrrnlatton 863,740,800; lnerssss lines passing through 8418,800. Minot are compelled to confiscate coal Interstate Brokerage Company Dec. Legal landers 168.837,800; decrease held by local dealers In order to keep 8. 1908. 683,400. IS, trains running. Ths Great Northern Specie 1171,864,800; decrease today confiscated several cars. Lnder ths law ths common carrier Beeerres $238,842,200; decrease haa a light to taka the coal wherever he can get It by making proper comBeserre required $246,544,275; depels lion. crease 14,114.100. It la aqid that several stations beDeficit 16,702,175; decrease $1,151,- - tween Minot and Wllllston have scar 106. enough coal to keep the pamon-gs- r State deposit (deficit), eely trains running, and the result la $3,132,650; decrease 83.143.300. that sums of the trains are likely to The deficit reported today Is ths be abandoned. Ths Boo mad la exlargest sines August 36th, 1183, when periencing the same difficulty. was reserve the Impaired to ths amount of $6,767,800. The weeks prior fiAVOY REOPENED. to that date, however, August 12lb, 1883, occurred the greatest deficit In London, Dec. $. There was much the history of the asanrlatej banks, Interest In ths reopening of thf Bavoy amounting to 116.600,800. theater tonight for a revival of the Gilbert and Bulllvan operas under the Money, New York, Dec. 8. Cloe: Prime direction of Mrs. D'Oyley Carte, with of W, 8. Gilbert, who the mercantile paper 666 per cent, , Sterling esrhenge weak with actual superintended the staging, aa ha did hnsincM In bankers bills at 488.66ff in the days of bla collaboration with 484.05 far demand and at 478.15 for Sir Arthur Bulllvan. Every seat for the evening's persixty-da- y bills: posted rates 4H09 481 and 4856486; commercial bills formance of "The Yeomen if the Guard" bad been booked for n long 3 4. 678 time, but a linn began to form at the Bar silver. 68. doors at 10 o'clock this morning. Mexican dollars, 63 Ths performance was agreeable, but Government bonds, firm; railroad scarcely recalled the Savoy traditions. bonds irregular. The audience, however, was not disposed to be critical, and enthusiCHICAGO FUTURE. astically encored the singers. Chicago, Dec. 3. The leading fuMONTANA MINE PRODUCTS. ture ranged us follows: Wheat Dec.. 754c. 74c. 74c; Butte, Mont.. Dec. 8. Montana proMay. 7V. 7$D74e. 78ts979c. Corn-D- ec., 434e. 42V. 43c; May, duced In the calendar year of 1905 44V. 68V, 44V; July, 44V, 444c. copper, silver, gold and lead to the value if $70,677,588. These values 44V. Oats-De- c., 33V, 334c, 34V: Mav, came from five million tons of ore. 3 V. KSr. 36V; July. 33fc 63.3V. and the aggregate production waa 33V. 33V. greater by $10,086,736 than the value Pork Jan, 815.75, 815.45, 816.75; of the output of 19u4. These flgnrea arc taken front the annual report of May, 815.M), $16.00, 115.55. $15.9;., Lard Dec.. 88.80. $8.60, fg.xu; Jan.. B. H. Talent, uwayer In charge of the :'.77V. 88.00, 88.704; May, 18.80. I'nited States assay office at Helena, sent to th director if tlie mint at $8.65. 68.874. Short riba -- Jan.. $8 50, 18.50, (8.50; Wahington. and released Air publication today. Greet as Is the increase of May, $8.55, $8,324. $8 30. ihe output of 1905 over that of 1904, Cash quotation were a follow: the Increase of the present year over Flour firm. thst of 1906 promise to be more Wheat No. 2 spring. 796 85c; No. marked. 3, 786 84c; No. 2 red, 744675c. Corn No. 2, 454c; No. 2 yellow, DISCONTINUE FREE LIST. 4$V- 3 Oats No. 2. 34V: No. eliite, 32 Clarence H. New York, Dee.. 9334c. Mackay. president of the Postal TeleRye No. 2. MfcCr'fiSc. graph Cable company, stated today Barley Fair to choice malting. 486 that the board of director of that coni' 65c, pany bad passed the following resoluFlag seed No. 1. $1.11 4: No. 1 tion: northwestern, 11.19V,. . "Resolved, That owing to changed Prime timothy ved. $4.25414.45. conditions it ha been found necewary Clover, contract grade. 813.60. to atop all free tranamlaslon of metShort ribs, aide ( loose 1. $8.209 8.25. is a ew, and. tbla company will absoera pork, per bM.. $14.75. lutely dlconilnue Its free Hat on and Lard, per ion lhs., $8.85. after January 1. 1907. and no free serShort clear aide I boxed 1. 88.759 vice whatsoever will he performed 1.874. thereafter. Outstanding franks will Whiskey. bai of high wines. be honored to and Including December fallen off 812.2CS.hOU if $1.-le- . d 3 31. 1906." Receipts and Shipments. Flour Receipt. 20.200 bbls.; ment. OUFONT DIVORCE. ship- 13. Ron bbla. Wheat Receipt, 55,004 hu.; shipments. 16.600 bu. Corn Receipts, 188.600 bn.; shipments. 88.200 bu. Oats Receipts, 206.500 bu.: ship Sioux Falla. 8. D., Dec. 8. Alfred I. Dupont, millionaire powder manufacturer. who formerly resided at Wilmington. Del., was today granted a divorce from Bessie G. Dupont. The decree waa granted on divorce grounds of extreme cruelty and Inhuman treatment. The couple have four children and tbeir custody and the question of alimony was adjusted out of court. TO FORM RIFLE CLUBS. Franklin, Pa., Dee. S. The Pennsylvania National Guard naeorlatlon, in aeralon here endorsed the - to-ia- of Roonevrl In hie annua! message that civilian rifle cluh he formed lhieughnt the Iniied 8ute. MORNING, DECEMBER OHPEX, UTAH, SUNDAY ship- On the produca exchange today the butter ntaraet was steady. Creameries, 226 30r; dairies. 206 26c. Eggs strong, at mark cases included. 266 3uc; firsts. Sic; prime first. 34c; extras, 36c. Cheese steadf, 13914c. HILL STOCKS EXAMINER, FORFEITS LICENSE. of the stranding of the Manchuria st the end f Oahu island on August 20. while on the way from Jupan to this port. The Inspectors In the decision pronounced Bander neg-- ' f 'll ir. navigating his vessel, and tin re ordered his license to be suspended for five months, which is the t has yet to run. l rld HHKl A CHRISTM AS PRESENT FOR ALL - (Special Corrwpua6t,Br-Tonopah. Nev., Dee. of question promises to be fruitful scrapping before the as fight passe into history. w tar Gans is concerned there , trouble but Just at the piMnt l like Nst Lewis and Manager Rilej will not be able to get together on who U to be the third rnsnthat i Manager unless Jim Jeffries turn Ki ley's offer down In which case it will be comparatively piin for Lewi, who is waking a great fight for George Siler ofofChicago. the referee Aa far as the merit goes Riley haa no choice as between 8.-- The Gans-Herma- n the champion heavy-weig- a rWhy Not Get nnnnmnfi It is a splendid (rift for all the family. The sanitary oven brings health and liappinViw to the household, and the economical. Hot HLAiST fire box brings prosperity because it h saves at least of the coal bill. We also display au elegant, durable and economical line of the celebrated BUCK'S HEATERS, all styles and prices. he veteran decider of fight, but the manager of Uie Casino Athletic ciub is out to make the fight the biggest fl i of the lag card poseible and he opinio that with Jeffrie as the third man ths gate receipt will be increased several thousands of dollars. The question as to who shall be referee rarne up early in the arrangement for the fight. It wai while Ben Sells, Lewis and Manager Riley were Ulkiug over the articles that Lewis started is to feel out hi ground. Sellg wa most good natured on the subwas ject and said that aa far as Gans concerned anv reliable man would do, the but added that Eddie Uraney, about as good tq him as any one. Lewis sprung the name of George Siler and dilated for am little time on the ability and Integrity of the Chicago Man. Manager Riley then had bla innings and stated he waa foe Jeffrie, firs', last and all the time, if he could get the former boilermaker to officiate. Riley stated that be had no objecUou whatever to any of the men nameJ but explained that his duty is to swel the gate receipts and he wants the biggest card possible for thst purpose. As fsr as objections go there were none made by either of the fight managers or the head of the Casino club but It was plain to sea that Lewis, Riley and Sellg each had hla favorite. Belig said that If it was necessary for a selection to be made outside of Graney, Slier or Jeffnes he would tike to see Jack Welsh of Ban Francisco act. Lewis said that under the same conditions he would be pleased to sea Bat Master son do the heavies. la this manner five names were brought up and when It was evident that no agreement could be reached it was decided that the referee must come from one of the five names. That is how the matter stands t the present but U la a cinch that the referee question will figure prominently In the regulation squabbles preliminary to the big event one-fourt- lVkVWkVvVkVWVVVVVVVVVVVlVWVVVVVSVyVkVVVVVYVhVVVliallVkiAliVAiJhri(V$VirkVVVVj We want to show you our line of winter goods, such as Cutters, llorse Blankets, Buggy Robes or anything that comes in our line. ViriiVBVkVW9vj( Sidney Stevens Implement Co. CHILD ACCIDENTALLY SHOT. Pittsburg, Dm. 8. Fearing robbers were trying to gals entrance to her house last night because a neighbor who had mesage from her neighbor, kept knocking at ths front door after she had inquired who was there, Mrs. Christimhof of Fair Oaks, P., called to her young son to bring down a revolver. While she was examining the weapon it waa accidentally discharged,' the bullet paalng through ths stomach of hsr slsven-year-ol- d daughter, Katherine, and Inflicting what la considered a fatal wound. kkskkskeeseeksekkw 3 An Eminent TREATY. N Rome, Dec. conclusion of a Negotiations for the commercial treaty be- tween Italy and Russia arc still going on. Italy is disposed to reduce the duty on petroleum from $1.60 to $4.60 on everr hundred kilogram or every 120 liters. It is lielleved that this great decrease will considerably augment Importation of petroleum and benzine, the uee for which Is constantly increasing with the development of E H H H W H SEIZE CARLOAD OF COAL M M M M M H ESSE ESEEEEEEESEEE REBEL DEFEATED. Guayaquil, Ecuador, Dm. 8. Although it was officially announced that the rebels under GoL Vega were defeated near Guenca. It la reported from various sources that Vega la moving on Hulgra and Alausl with the view of with communication Interrupting Quito. Government troops under Coy. Paen have left Cuenca to attack the rebels and Gen. Monteso with another force has started for Rte Bamba to cut tion of value to the commission, but if it called on him he would gladly re spond. 1 WRIT DENIED. Kansas City, Dec. I. A mottos for writ of error in ihe case of Mrs. s Meyers, under sentence of death for the murder nt hsr husband, Clarence Meyers, a printer, wns denied today' by Justice Brewer In the I'nlM States supreme court at Washlngim, according to a telegram received If ths womans attorney here. their retreat. It I announced that the government has discovered n conspiracy gt Quito HISTORIC BUILDING. where the authorities continue to arrest all suspected sympathisers with St. Louis, Dm. fi. Contracts kart the rebellion. Col. Contslos, n leading conservative, ' was arrested near Rio been let and work will begin wreckBamba as be wa leaving for the field. ing tbe St. Louis postofflee building, a off The national assembly has Invested President Alfaro with extraordinary powers. CALLS AT WHITE HOUSE. Washington, Dm. S.Stnyvnsant Fish, former president of the Illinois Central railroad, called at the White DERAILED AND BURNED. Louisville, Ky- - Dm. I. About 300 house today and inter talked with incitizens of Louisville gave n banquet to ret at commerce oornmlaslonera. It Washington, Dec. I. Southern rail- to Henry Watterson tonight, the event waa stated that his call had nothing way passenger train No. 84 struck the being In the nature of n stirrup eup to do with the proposed investigation rear of a freight train Just south of for ths distinguished editor, who will of the Harriman lines. Mr. Fish aald he waa not aware bo had any Informa Danville, early today, derailing the en- spend the winter la Spain. The gine- sad several freight earn. freight cars caught firs from the engine and the Danville fire company was called upon to extinguish ths flame. It is reported that tho engineer of train No. 84 was killed and his fireman Injured, bat oa account of Interruption of telegraph service this report has not bees verified. RUSSO-ITALIA- Bob Sleds, fkVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVVYVVYVVVVYWVVVVYVVVVVVWVkVkVVVVVaVhAArriVVkaVVVVVVVXA), VkVkVSVkVSVVVVWVVWVVVVYYVVVkVVWYVVVVsiVkVVkVkVVriiriA Butte, Mont, Dm. I. A Miner special from Billings states that a squad of ettisena this afternoon forcibly seised n carload df eoal and distrlbut-e- d it In one ton lots. In a body the squad then proceeded to the offices of the eual company and compelled the agent to receipt for the payment of the fuel. An alarming shortage of eoal exists here, and unless relief la soon AERIAL SHIP. forthcoming, other cars of eoal reach lag this city are in danger of conRome, Dec. 8. Count Almerglo of fiscation. Bcjiio, who since 1874 haa been experiSTEAMER ONIC AGROUND. menting with airships, believes be has found the solution of aerial navigation. Grand Morals, Mich.. Dec. 8. Ths His machine, which is In the shape of a ship, oonulns a fifty horsepower passenger steamer Onic of Port motor and a rudder ten yards square. Huron, Mich., belonging to the NorthBesides this there is a kind of tail ern Navigation company, ran ashore about thirty-fiv- e yards square, which today on Lake Superior during a stonn may be used as a rudder, and at the a mile and a half from White Fish end of this an arrow to keep the ahip point. Wrecking tugs have been sent in balance. This alrahlp. It in said, to her assistance from Sault Sts. i ana remain in the air for five hours Marie. without recahrglng, attain a height of 8.0U0 feet and a apeed of twenty-fiv- e LAND BIDS AT GUTHRIE. miles an bosh. Experiments will soon be made with the machine. Guthrie, Okie., Dm 8. A special to the State Capital from Lawton, OUla., WRECK NEAR DANVILLE. says: Since the dosing hour last night, ocA 8 wreck Dee. Danville. Va., 1,914 bids for Big Pasture" lands of in the curred th'.a morning have been received at the land office, yards rethis city, the ftouthsm HUlway la making n total of 6,351 for lhs first sulting in the death of two men and week. It is estimated that the averths injuring of a number uf others, age mm of tracts over bid Is five. one of whum will Jis. A pasenger train crashed into a STEAMER M'LOUTH SAFE. freight train standing on the track. Detroit, Dm. I. Anxiety regarding Engineer G. C. Kinney and an unknown tramp were killed. the steamer McLouth and Lake MichGeorgs Ford, a negro fireman, prob- igan wns dispelled today when the ably wjll die nt bis Injuries. The former was reported safe st Marquette other Injured include some postal sad the latter Sarins. OnL clerks and a number at pasengera, who were shaken and braised. WATTERSON HONORED. historical Structure which included ths Coliseum la which the conventions were held which nominated Cleveland and Thurman in 1888, and Parker and Davis In 1804 for president and vies president respectively, on the Democratic ticket. FEW CASES OF YELLOW FEVER. Havana, Dm. 8. The yellow fever situation I satisfactory. There Is one esse here and two In the Interior. R la hoped that- the fever will be extinguished this month. - GIFT BOOM of the Latest Authors in All Bindings . FROM 35c TO $5.00 automobiles. DECISION SUSTAINED. New York. Dec. I. The appellate division of the enpreme courk banded down a drtslsion today In tbs case of A. F. Duffey. the sprinter, against President James EL Bulllvan of the Airateur Athletic union, sustaining the decision of the lower court, which held that Duffey did not show that he had any eauae of action against the union to compel it to reinstate his alleged track records. Permission was granted the plaintiff to amend hi complaint upon the payment of costs. INCREASE . . TOYLAND . . nnw complete with beautiful Toys, dames, Books, etc., and hundreds of guggestiong for Xmas in . lO Per Cent Off REJECTED. Bedford, Muss.. Dec. 8. Tbs offer of the New Bedford cotton manufacturer to Increase wage 7 2 per cent wa rejected tonight by the textile council. Acting under the recomof the ai?ju union repmendation resented in the council, that, body voted to inMst that, wages be raised 10 per cent Another conference will be New held Monday. NAVY RULE REVOKED. Ban Francisco, Dec. 8. CspL William I. Banders of the Pacific Mall t earner Manchuria has had bla license mariner taken away from him. This action wa taken by O. F. Rolls arid John K. Bulger. I'nited State e of bulla an 1 b!len. in 9, FIGHT. GANt-HERMA- N 21.7'Ki hu. MARKET Harriman MORXIXO Washington, Dec. 8. The president ha appmved the revocation by the navy department of a rule which ha existed since luo; which prohibited the purchase f discharge by enllated men. The new orde gives the right uf purchase to men In their first enlistment who have served st least one year. El Paao, Tex . Dec. g. Twenty-eigh- t Chinese, who. it u alleged, had been smuggled across tbs Mexican border, were captured today at Las Cruces. N. M., forty miles north of this city. DOLLDOM The City of Dolls has the greatest population in the City of Ogden and prices to suit all. . The greatest assortment of undressed dolls ever shown in the city. Trices 5c to 915.00 lO Come Per Cent Off early and make selection. Wc can suit you. Co. Utah1 Stationery Christmas Store. Ogdens .