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i t THE O GDEN 10 GRAIN luVNSAS'ClTIY'Md., Dec, 10. (United States Bureau or Markets.) Cattle RelldO; for weekr Beef steers steady ceipts ' to 25c higher; top $ 8,50; fat she-stoand bulls 1.(K1.50 steady; vealers flower;' other calves 'lower; canners, 50c lower; stockers and feeders strong to 25c ; fat. calves and heifers higher mostly 25o lower; stoclo calves -- 23gr0c lower. Hogs Receipts ilOOflt; fully 10c. higher; mostly to shippers and yard traders; top $7.00; for lights and handy butchers bulk $9.807.00; plgs $7.10Sheep Receipts 2000; for week:' Sheep steady; lambs 5G0c higher; mostly 50c higher; top $10.25."- - : "ih H&3K r e CHICAGO, Dec. 10. Wheat opened lower to ' higher on the Chicago board 1NER M SUNDAY MORNING. DECEMBER 11,: 1921 ' NEW YORK STOCK LIST. 3" 23 . American ";BeetSugar . American Caa- -. .....147 American" Caff & Foundry 67' Americanlllde & Leather pfd Amerlcan'lnternational Ccrp. ...... American Locomotive- .. 4GJ American Smelting & Kefg Mli American !ugar . T American "P-fSumatra Tobacco. 116U T :. American ..... American wocleh . .. ....... 4f?i Anaconda. Copper ." po Atchison . Atl Gulf Indie ik : BaldwiBi Locomotive .. 3 Baltimore; & j Ohio .. 58H Bethlehem Steel "B" ..... Canadian. Pacific . ..' r.....l20s Central , Leather 30, 4? v Chandler ; Motor : 6CN Ohio Chesapeake-420 U & Ft. Paul ... Chicago,-Mi- l 32 Chicago.' r. I florae 28M Chino Copr-e3L Colorado Fv.el &.lron Corn Products.. .......... 9Zi Crucible, Steel 64i Y Cuba Cane'Sugar . ........ . . Krie 11., , . ; . . . .13 General 'Electric- . General Motors- . Allls-Chalme- rs LIVESTOCK STANDARD-EXA- ARMY PROMOTES studyof rc LINES J of - trade today with an easy trndertone. were First prices $111U for December, for May and $1,031 to l.ttsfi for July. . The first half hour saw a setback ef School Reorganized iis from, He -to .a cent, the larger decline developing- In July. Some buying orders Action Toward Higher came out on this break and at the .end of the hour; there had been a substantial Standards ' recovery. .. ine Trade continued ugnt tnrougnout session. Only one decided upturn was WASHINGTON. Iec. 10. recorded and that failed to offset the genArmy munlc coon v.ili compare erally lower average. The close was DeUh th.t of cember May $i.i4i the best urehestra and bands of the S1.02U to i.02. and. July $l.iei; SOUTH ST. PAU1. Minn.. . Dec. 10. country. Popular music will be sup- s corn demand the cash, helped Improved United Statesr. Bureaui of Markets;) Cat- - nit. plemented by the clasAical master-plcewhich in a i after - . heavy e opening zou; rnarKex steaoy compareu and a "super-band- " U it lower. Tlret and orfigures will chestra be 45c. for- - December. 1 - to 540 for from created lrZZl l army GO HOME FOR THE musician. of bologna generally steady; common beef was with Pen-hinThe prices close, fairly steady orhas (Jrncral steers and butcher cows and heifers and only slightly below Friday s close. De-- J already That's the about dered the establishment here of the catmers and cutters weak to .25c lower; cember finished 48tf4a.vie; May. s3; 10 just :i. b Mufelc school and Walter Dam Artnv Goodrich Co. veal calves closing steady r bulk of be3t 54c and ' 555i53Hc saddest word in a July .. 7; few $7.80 to Northern, pfd lights , at the close-$7.50roch. conductor of the New York j Oats were dull and moved sluggishly Great .. 311, Ctfs Ore Great Nwthern s.oft; quotations: JBeef steers $4.7510.23; corn. of In orctiestra. has pledged him wake December, rympnony the l opened vocabIllinois-Centraman's .. . butcher cows and neifers $3.754.75; can-ne- rs at 22c and May. at 38&c. young In work of organization. uwifitanc3 . 40 bulls and cutters Copper $2.003'.00; bologna 'dull and Inspiration Provisionw lloth are detrtrtind through tho unusually But it's not in .. ;d ulary. Int Mer. Marine pfd I2.50gjz3.50. were recorded transactions a few to elevate music In the army. school only -U to Fare and one-ha-lf International Paper for tho round trip, between all points where Hogs Receipts 1200; market weak at Kennecott ilav. lard started unchanged the of .. 10c Slower than Friday's average; range earlv. 'then dictionary il Copper OIUIXT OtTLINKD. lost 2a points. $9.25 one-wa...... &: y the dollars or less, with minimum .:iosb Nash villi fare is twenty-fiv- e Louisvyie I6.007.00; , bulk $6.507.00; good pigs The object of the school, ns out ' who men save. . Mexican ..1164 young J7.73. Petroljum N'o."2 liard Dec.10. Wheat CHICAGO. one-halin lined .. 26i the orders f dollars. fare of two and Miami f'rprer . by General Sheep Receipts 400; market steady; alXo. 3 hard J1.0S. A .. .144 can man "Is to give courees of infiddle Sratei Oil . eood'fed western lambs $1.C0; few yearl- $l.l4i&1.13; l'erphlng. young 2 mixed 43c: No. 2 white 49 !jc. No. Corn .. 2S" ; Midvale Pteel . struction In music, both practical and ing1 ewes $6.25; choice liht ewes $4.25; Oats No. 2 white 33'S,36c: No. 3 white Sale dates December 22, 23, and 2 .. m; Return limit January 4. a start fed yearling raci.'ic . one deck choice - - (Missouri saving3 ways theoretical, elementary and advanced, 74 .. CeftTral' York student-bandsmewethers $3.00; compared with week- ago: SSHQc. Nff Into 2 e to advanced i N Y N 11 ft Uartford .. MV Rye No. 84H87c. has Market unevenly 50cfl.00 higher. account, while-hstrumentalists (soloists), and to stude.. 971, Barley C0fi59c. $3 GO'S a. 10. & v e."tern Norfolk nt-band seed and Timothy .. . Nor them' Pacific leaden, to standardize 79!. his health and earnStates BuCHICAGO. Dec. Clover seed 512.5015.50. to band t and Ref Oklahoma Prod music, perfect supply, reau of Markets.) Cattle Receipts 2500; . fan American Petroleum Pork nominal. trained uersonnel therein to meet, as." 5S.80. ing power. Start now Lard compared with week ago: to Market un.. ZV.k Pennsylvania. ' fat fully as 'possible, the needs of the"!J , higher; cut, even; beef, "steers steady Kbs $7.25S.23. .. f.s so that People's Gas . not service." stock m?tlv steady: canners, and . you're .. 2S'i and West Va. . Pittsburg The first move to better army music j lower; bulls steady to lower: .. 13 KANSAS; CITY. Mo.. Dec. 10. Wheat Ray ters) 23c Consolidated broke in old age Copper veal' calves about steady; stockers and December-$1.03was made by General Pershing soon 95HC Reading '. ............... .. May July $1.06i; 7m -feeders strong to '25c higher. .. 53 Corn December 41c; May 47Vc;.July Rep Iron a & Steel after he took over th office of chief i when you cannot Receipts 6000; mostly 25c higher 49 He .. Hogs Y of staff. One of his first action wasj N C0s Dutch Roal than1 Fridav's average; light lights up J. E. Light, Dittrict Freifiht and WilSard G. Wtlson, Traveling .. & 2M to transfer the school from Fort Jay, Trad Four Shell Trans start 150 120 to to $7.75; bulk again. pound average 10. Dec. .. Minn.. MINNEAPOLIS. t: Con Oil New York, to Washington and direct $7.23i57.S5; holdover liberal; shippers took "Wheat receipts 313 cars compared with SUclair Passenger Agent, 304 5 CHft Dldg, Agent. 525 Ecclet Bldg.. Tel. : .. 794 savon Pacific cent Southern "super-band,- " a as It paid that per bp about 8000 ; pigs 25c higher., 1 reorganized 267 cars a year aso; cash No. .. Ufp northern Railway Wasatch 1639, SalLj.ak City. 135, Ogden, Utah. Sheep Receipts 7000; receipts' today only to th splen December $1.21Vi; May Southtrn cooiparablewas ..1124 X of Oil J 4 Standard $1.26Vi1.28: pfd with compounded compared ings direct;, In mostly packers which did .. band . $1.13. organised 7PJ, $1.2Hi; July Studebaker Corporation around $1.00 J week ago: Fat lambs JO'S Corn. No. 3 yellow 4040ic. France." Tennessee. Copper 60 to 73c times a sheep and yearlings 3 whito 30U304c. year. 47 higher; fat. .. No. Oats . Texas Co j f IWVOllS XKW YORK. higher; feeder lambs 35c higher.: ... 23'i . ; Barley 3731c. Texas & Pacific v. i of course." he said. "Washington, . . 2 e. 79 5!7' No. 280.; Rye NO. 1 Tobacco. Products '"would bo,th only . . 10 place suitable for OH . Flax OMAHA, Neb., Dec. 10. (United "States $1.81g1.91. Transcimtlnental S llt itrirnnlTAtlnn " ...127V4 Bureau of Markets?.) Hog?? Receipts Pacific Union ... 10 active.' mostly 23c higher; bulk light ST. LOUIS. Mo., Dec. 10. Wheat De- U S Food IToducts . Thee statements were contained In ... 53 butchers $6.606,73; built of sales $6.60 cember $1.084 bid; May $1.12 asked. U S Retail Stores . an 'exchange of correspondence be . 31K Corn December Alcohol U S Ind' 06.75; top $6.85. 430; May C2M52Tyc. tween thb general and Mr. Damrosch. 48c; 53 S. Cattle Receipts compared with a Oats December 34c bid; .May .39c bid. United States Rubber The latter flret was opposed to tho re83 week! ago: ; Beef steers uneven. 259!50c r United" States Steel Hthool from New York, moval the she-stoof bulls 50c to lower; lower; steady 61V Utah Copper MINING SECURITIES. and students would have better stockers believing 2350c lower; Iilectrlc I ' steady; veals & Co.K fAn A. Westinghous Horl reported by J. . to U TT hear A feeders 25c higher. good mudc and r land oven advantages 5i wiuys - BM j AfkHI. 600; compared with a In 13 New It York than In WashSm Lead and Sheep Receipts American Zinc, study Lambs- $1.00 1.25 higher; 18 week ago He- later reconsidered and and . . . Bntle' .01 OuHi Superior ington. .i$ Star Antelope sheep 25'50e htgherj feed Alta Con . .: vearlings and Cala Petroleum his assistance In making the .. .00 Montana Power ing lambs uOc higher. . Am Con Mines . . . HChool nil that the general proposed, fOURTN TWENTY SS9 5T.tf lit was Mr. Damrowh who organized .1 Albion Cons . .01 ,0SVfc Shatuek Arlxona H SUGAR MARKET. iMre Oil Tunnel . Alta !the famous v "Pershing's Own." nt were no Bullion A Invincible pil 07 NEW'jYORK, Dec. 10. There . Chaumont, headquarter of the Amerraw General . in .local the sugar sales reported Asphalt .' .00V4 Big Hill was ican expeditionary forces, which won undertone .. ... .05 .04 markets today, but the Big Cot Coal Prices . SECURITIES. .! LOCAL INVESTMENT ..O0V4 firmer and offerings were' lighter. great distinction umong the, military .C0v4 Beayef Copper . A: Hogle & Co.) J. were unchanged at 2c for new crop Cubas .! .ot State .10 tanda of tho allied armies and later (As by reported Bay cost and freight, equal to 3.603 for cen- Black Metals .' .00 .08 was sent to tour the United States dur. STOCKS. BANK .1 committee quotes old Bingham Galena . .04U trifugal, while the one .04a of the Uberty loan campaigns. ing Bid Asked . .02 crop Cubas at 28ic cost and freight, Central Eureka . ,f0 kacii itFx;iMi;.vr. foii . . 3.9Sc for to Columbus Rexall .10 centrifugal.. .l.i ... equal raw liM.oortico.oo Hanker Trust The movement to improve- music n futures' market was Colorado. Con . . . . The .03 sugar 0 100. .Oil: Trust Columbia. the army h. as Us objective- the ulfirmer! on covering and commission house Crown Point . . . .! .03 237.00 National .' Peseret in .1 to steadier the timate graduation from the schoul of Cardiff feeling 1.00 '.85 197.00 buying owing Ueseret Savings ihe- spot markets Closing 'prices were Oott King .oou 315.00 .001; ..! enough men to give each regiment a of First National Ogden .! 1.00 five to seven points net higher. January 00 3.00 245 Daly National Bsnk nf Republic. highly trained musical organization 2.33c Daly West . closed at 2.23c; March 2.24c; May .tfi.no 100.00 s.50 Bank National able to compete with the b"st bands ' City. Emma- Silver . . . and July 2.47c. 1GS.00 ..oou .ooi National Copper . in concert, for the ariif orcht-stra' .1 2.25 The market for refined was quiet, and K. & B. Bell .'. .. 130.00 Utah State National !...,.. as well a that entertainment fine 5.20c for . . public's granulated. at Mines Eureka.04 unchanged 95.00 105.0 A Trust .04J IJtah.SsvJngs rein Persli- no General were transactions 1' 10. of the army. Thy. CALCUTTA. Pec. Willi.im East Crown Point .! .02 !....;.. Wal&er-Brtjit- , There . . . .! 233.00 240. ' Bankers unwere nriees ' between .! COK-t fined futures and closing East. Tin Coal ... .CI ("Pussyfoot") Johnson, American In hopes to find another oftiethecoun-Zion's. Savings & Trust is;.io prohibition L : and March closed at Eat Tin Con : . . ::-t-.-.,?;'j the and .08 changed. January the peopletold the members i worker, army , INDUSTRIAL. STOCKS. t 5.00c and May 5.23c. Eureka LUy . . more .0614 i .07 lit hLs lni- 'try. to rive each a better and of club the her thai llotarv Eureka Bullion . 02H1 .03 Bid Asked presfdon after an extenslv tour of thf.'intlmato understanding of the other . WALL STREET. th.il com 2.00' r country la that India is more rlne for and to blot out any lmprennin must AmaJ . . . Sura Grand Central So . SS 73 hesiNEW YORK. Dec 10 Stokes were trad. 62.00' 63.00 ." s 'the Anierlca nfd. and was the than do five Howell ...'.. citizenry prohibition military , 0441 tant at the opening of today's brief a move In different circles. Iron BloHsom . . . Btgrwrv 8ugarT?fd and com. years .20 rjto. soon strengthened cn a broadening but 1 Con '. agon Mr. Johnson was the nrlnclDal rnc-,rvldencrs of the fiucce. of I'lrft equipments and Jr on King ing demand for coppers, Heme Fire Ins were exhibited recently the:.40 . 2.70 the Judge M S Its of at club the. chool tiffin oils; Among the favorable factors . .41 Tti en d T,e'nd r Cotmetln4vherj Kevstone u 1.00 were used to was he to a students when the V session was the buoyant tone of foreign oo subjected oo; 9 ioo. " lfii. ioj. Lehi Tintlt; . Canning EuMorgan .01 .01' eonfer- of armament reflecting more hopeful. various the Questions. 9S.00I exchange,conditions. & Mt100.00 Tel Tel States Leonora jcome .01 in Gains leading . Iwnd Th school ropean DescrlblnK hi reception In Indla'ence delegations. 2.30 .......! .i 7.--- -. Sugar. pfd, com.. .43 .62 . People's from 1 to, 3 points. Bell Silver . . . . ; .. 1 ' Schramm-Johnso- n. shares were extended numerous 99.'60f 101. 0' whiih has been an t nthuFlajitlc one. twas called unon to furnish music f or f n pfd. ' Monzonlte unclassi.01 and vZ Motors, shippings .52 Mr. Johnson said Ijc had been wel- - the receptions at the l.'nlcn station an J J Standard Coal : Mammoth . . . . . . .& fied stocks as well as rubbers, tobaccos, Utah-Idah- o . ..... 2.20 - 2.20 corned because he 11:11 . . MlHor' Sugar 2 a cru-- ! ;rttractiitl attention In every instance j 1 to .03 rose points. represented and food 4g.00i CO. 00 iaJe that Utah Frre- - CUV May Day !6l"!. to the Rails were the only representative issues Michigan-lVaappealed people 00 ofjbv the perfection with which Uj 89.00 tz Lt 1st p!d SI. a ' Utah Pr . . , .ids,: .12 India. to lag. recording only nominal, changes, New 103.00! M- - L 105.00 A : .played. C i .06I me The closing was strong. Sales approxi-- i North-Quincv have visited lo uistricts in Li).0() West Cache Sugar Standard . .031.4 . mated 450,000 shares. Bonds were fairly ........ 6.00 th part few weks. he ald. "1 have : . W f ' Prince Ccn .o: wt:e issues in leading active but changes a mail car at Mari72! been entertained bv every class, from sacks stolen Paloma . . once sanj that man could do without poetry, music and .OlU V S Fuel 7s pfd tue lceroy. and the. native princes copa, Ariz., on November 3, brought a Pioche Bristol . . 'ooiii .01 . Walker- Bros lry Ooodw. . 2oo!oo. Provo downwards, and only on a single oc- statement from Judce William IT. art but he couldn't do without food. 8a the Ixmdon count v council 'bonds. CHICAGO FUTURES . Rico OlJ-', i at Patna several days ago Argentine .CHICAGO. Dec. 10. t Hid i Asked casion presiding; at the trial, thatjhas endowed Westniinsler Technical Institute with 'a three -- months Peak Reeds iJow OlVi I on Indian stand up to pp. Sawtelle. Close did hear Ilisli Open were not already under course in plain cooking. The. chief lecturer says the hardest thiuj:' if Gardner .. Rico 87.001 S9.00 pope S l. fttSck Ex Rs 1929 Wellington . AVlieat prohibition. 4 P-South 1981 Standard A a 1. 72.00 he would pun- to teach is how to hoil a S .12 70.00) S such ".Yj' A Ions $1.13?;; $Ll5Vi $1,146 "It was at 1'atna that I witnessed ish him for sentence, of May ' .. . 93.01 .02 I .V-- i . , potato. Standard Cost 6s 192 court. The . 1.0Ci 1.034' 1.02U 1.02V4 Sells a contempt July In remarkable demonstration I7tah-Prsup Silver King Coal Lt 1st os 19 14.. SS.OOi 90.00 2.07i.i' : 2.13-Corn such action told the that Jury .50' 0.03 port of. a 'dry India, a great crowd Judge Silver; King Con.. '. .54!.34U Pr 43 1930 Utah Lt .IJ. May Sioux Mines . .. '9!c6: '9.."0 of nearly 5.000 at. the request i would be useless so far as Gardner doors," a custom surviving" from the those debating the matter generally .0- -' of the T'tah Securities 6 1922 .'5514; i.5: July Silver Shield . . 7.oo; S9.00 chairman voting: on the question by a was concerned because Oats-M- ay oil TTtah-ldah- o when nil gentlemen te r.rtalready days carried oyre that a man should take hold of Sujar 7s 19"0..l 96.00! Tar Baby . ..... l(W).0O show of hands. ATutual Creamery 8s 1926.. Ho far as I could see. 38H a woman's left nd swords to tntnlllneunrtor b rears. wanteil ouick Pnlpnm right arm with his rlRM . .1 onjhe S7 ' .01 ".hvi Tintrq Central .03 74 387i In the audience and in .334. - draw. every hand no man ever he instead of July his occusaid, hand, Outdoor, examination offering . direct muc Gardner's wtanuara i Pork-J- an. l.92 1.93 some Instances both was raised Iru- his arm to a woman "except In arm, because the women cor.!ultel Uncle. Sam FOREIGN GOVERNMENT BONDS. 15.00 01 -- about two houra. During that offers pled in of ed-bfavor . . . and of caires ; . . which the newspa- ftaid they Intended c&nylnuinc Jo carry mediately y. I tah Con prohibition, J. A. Hogle & Co(As report Lard committed pers holddanger," admitted he time harlnjc a not . .. j TTnlon hand S..77 is S,S0 ' " S.77 Chief the condition in their purse, paraaol, packages, etc.. In normal solitary against. .04 ..!... Jan. Asked sr. 17 West Toledo . ... 9.22 mention also, the wonder tho theft at Maricopa. A large part Paris streets. I . 9.25 might their left hand. And the men insistMay ' i , 69 subKa.lS43 Walker Mining . to Ribs-J- an. was wo Intended ful 2.70 In a of .J had his Therefor-Argentine theatre at 7li ed a cane belonged In the right hand. 2.77i of testimony form. gathering good regardless v oodiawn 9J do 7s 1323 . 10. ;:. . . Baroda with an audience of more stantiate the defense's plea of ini 104 .02 Con . . . Vi' Yankee .0T 1044 1.. Belgium May at which a sanity. 'do.-JH 1945 104 Zum.1 .. .. 10414 than three thousand . ...... )2 was refhissed a speaker for. loudly 7t 65Vi Gardner Eraxil 9,1S03 Under FLOUR MARKET. to erence hut '1930 cheer 8s Sale. I...! do 'Day's 1044 Dfic 104;: Thomas would Minn., not tell he ?ald MINNEAPOLIS, that 000 at 4 c. BrlttCi 5s .1927'...........) 403 415 - ed with wild enthusiasm a few minBingham Galena r , 1 , Unchanged. attor. tates 100Odistrict United A. Prov-Btief Silver 1SJ6! at 61c;"lV0 RU 60 92 Flynn, utes later when he declared that the Aires s Bran ?13.00:0.00. int Kmma Sitver' 10.000 at Uc; 7500 fUc. Canadian-6- a 1S8 7.. D. 94 96 E. nor Chance, poatoffice of be would to India ney, taxpayers only ' 2500 at iHc. Bullion Kureka 1929 An r,U VIM 97U' were willin? to meet the additional taxation spector, where the stolen sacks SUGAR FUTURES. Grand Central 200 at 2Cc; C00 at 33c: Canada 68,1927 ' 91 93 NEW YORK, Dec. 10. Sugar futures 100. that may be necessary after prohibi hidden because he didn't think he had 36c. at 102Vi 1941 102H Chile kpv Is sales 3900 closed steady; approximate tion. - .; 100 at 20e. 103-5Iron Blossom com 8s treated right. lie sakl he had rnun 1949.. Danish' 103! 2.23c: March 224c; : ;May tons; January2.47c. I would like to say," he conclud been Tron Kinir COO at 000 at Cc. Sa 100 194a French 1004 told Fred .Vveare. deputy United 6c; 2.U2c; July - Jud?e Mihing- 100 at 95 ed, "that I have, not met a sInKle $2.70; 100 at $2. SO. , do 7is 1941 - t ; Vrrbal that w.rl Michig-an-UtaE00 at 10c; 1SO0 at 11c. 63 , British official who ha not Gone out S,UteS w 64:.& do tH2y . - the sacks BUTTER AND EGGS. after )Vl c. 2000 Xew at Ihtiu 8s 1945.. of Quincy 1084 Denmark his be of to to kind me." .way Kinjr CHICAGO. Dec. 10. Eff&s unsettled; re 10, Tintic Standard S0Q at J1.95. 19X1 (Urg-- pieces),. 71 J trial was rmisnea. , eage corrouor-fate7m 00ceipts 1453 cases; firsts 53g.54c; ordinary Walker Con Mines 100 at 52.70. 1931 ivm pea) 4s do rewhen sutement miscellaneous. appealed to this firsts 434Sc; 553c; GARDNER 1925 (irr pes) CONCEALS . 85H do. 1st j stand. witness the from Build a substantial home, one that will stand for Gardner frigerator firsts 38:40c. . :do 2nd 4Ui 1925 (lrr pes) by ' FOREIGN LOCATION 00 OF LOOT 85 1925 2nd do 10. (sm extcs) WrOP.lt, De. Foreijn years that's the kind you build with brick it's Z3m S4S Ttanaji Cs 1918 cnang-srrong-1929 ...: U'K 97l Britain: Demand $4.14'; cables 7t low In maintenance cost and upkeep, a conitantly QUESTION da SHs, 1937 94?, 94! $4. 14V,. Arir.. Dec. 10 Roy Gard PHOENIX, AN 5 Cs l ner,, twice convicted of attempta to France: Demand 7.82c; cable 7.82Vic Leipsir 6s AGITATES good investment. The initial cost is relatively 'low. '. .....i cables 4.44c. Munich .w' Italy: Demand 4.434c; rob United now the mails States and s 19JR 98if Belgium :.Demahd 7.B0cif cables 7.60fee. NewCpuneUnd Our brick in the various shades and qualities offers on trial here for a third alleged mail 103 1J40 cf Norway OuCof each hundred men 2$ 'years of lOi Germany: Demand .64c;. cables .5Hc Kinjr man Sa 1026 ..! 102 PAULF, Dec. 10. Whether a 102',i rqbbery, was on the witness stand Holland: Demand SS.9Sc; cables "26. 01c. SaoTauld a wide range for your selection cf material. arm ?e statistics show that or 114 to Swtwt S 1940 left ....I his rlaht offer should in Norway:- - "Demand 14.0c. entire in the the mornlna; during i 93 - do .193ft.- SwedenDemand 2420e woman is atritattnr Parisians. A 95; United States district court here adecision Paris-O- r 6S 6s 1958 .....I : 18.95c. Demand Denmark: lejn i) 45 by Andre de Fouqulere. the At Age of 65 . At Age of Sao Paa'.i S tnlldrr loan..i 249 Switzerland Demand 19.38c; Wednesday. of social customs, has accepted 5 Trra-MlJj32 7s will be well off. 4 will be well off. " Bnneh pfd ..' Demand i4.SSc. ' . - . continued refusal to tell not settledarbiter Gardner's Spain: e the question-liGreece: Demand 4.17c. 65 will be self-- ' 6 will be self-suwhere he had . disposed of the mail said, "Always the rjjht arm. In- 83.00e. Demand INDUSTRIAL BONDS. supporting. porting. ' Demand 12.87c. CAs roitortod by J. A. Hogl & Co.) 15 will be depend' 53 Will be depend 91 Montreal ' ck n.UVt - -- c -- - 4i to-1.1- - BROKE ..... r , . . fLelru 7trA EXCUR SlOiM R ATE 1 -- th. 1 1 First j' - . ! , " ...... ; HOLIDAYS . v4 1 - I I nd ! n, - m ; . SOUTHERN PACIFIC ! 10.--Uni- ted 5i - -- LIN . -- . , - ) ... 2,-5- ." . ' ck . LEARNING TO BOIL POTATOES COMMERCIAL 00; NATIONAL k t- - II of-fer- - " , rd I .- ... INDIA SOLIDLY I - i - ! J3-.0- I FOR 'DRY' CAUSE ! - . I . I - I s ! I - ! 1 -- - I Gold-Chai- ! n t I : i r-- f Bocd-nature- S' . . 1 . V - - V 4 4 fi-o- A-po- et - . f - ,i I L j I 1 I - I I - . -- . - 'jBidf , ..... 1 i I I . -- i 8s-194- 1 ! -- I cross-examinatio- j n non-cooperati- 10.-rP- lour I - - at-59c- I I " ; j. WHEN PLANNING YOUR HOME I - SPECIFY OGDEN BRICK - . ; Ja-p.4- " e 9 d -- 4s 4n . BUY 5s INCOME ETIQUET I -- PARISIANS -- - k r Arg-entlna- : 18-18- 'i ent. j 16 will be dead. i ent. Ogden Pressed Brick & Tile Co. - p c. 1 36 will be dead. A study of these figures Is conrlricins that it behooves each of tis to accumu- Am '.Smalt Ref Cs 1947 .... CHICAGO. Dec. 1Q. OH 7 Vis 192S ... Anglo-Arocelpta TJ. S. shipments 8S7 cars: Anaconda 38 cars 7s 1919 .. Copper market- steady; Wlticonsln. sacked "round Armcirr 4: Co 7s 1320 .... whites $1,6581.75; Minnesota sacked and Bath Steel 7s If J5 bulk round wfeites 81.501. 70; Miehlan Cerro de Panco 8 19X1 ... POTATO E. Potaioea Bid m - I 7 . loasL 10JH 1024 100H 109 194 HCbU Atktd i3 104 Phone 319 102?i 101 109Vi 104 1981 ........... Dupont 7Vis 110i Ooodyear T-- 9timR 8 1941... 1910 j 101H 101s Knn Copper Kelly-Spsf101 .Tire Ss 19S1.. 101 LIBERTY BONDS. We suggest that the best way to ac.... 19J0 MottIs ies &Ca7Vis 10. Liberty bonds NEW. Dec. YORK,. - ... U S Rubber 7 i 1910 ..... 194 complish thi? is to buy high-gradclosed: l4ft 19S1 ...... lOoH .lOiU long-term- Stts 95. 28; first 4s 17.28 bid; second StdoOilOilof Cal 7sY"7s bonds on our "Partial Pay1931 ... otN 10m 107 88.78:;;first AMs 97.26: second ment Plan. Full particulars on inquiry 4s. 96.82; tblrd 4U 97.62; fourth 4 Vis 97.20; 8wift & Co"7sOo112 1941 ... ieo4 101 10 105 United Dreg la . Victory "Ss 100; Victory 44s .ieo. .v ITtah-ldaho 85 7s J9i0.. eS 9 . Va Car 5s 19i'3 NEW VORK.SlLVERl . fib. 101 1925 ., VtTest.Blsd 7s. 104(i NEW YORK. Dec. 10. Forelcn. bar sil Wejitfnahoa Eleo 7s- 1951. : ' ver "; 65ic. INVESTMENT SECURITIES Mexican dollars soc.-- . , ; . RAILROAD BOND. 169 Main St. Ecelet Bldg. ' POULTRY. " fA reported by J. A. Iloa-lCo.) 10. Ponttry De I alive CinCAGO, . I Asked Bid lower; fowls 1422c; aprlngs 20c turkeys Kan 4s 1995 Atch.Top-4f85i8H 77 B &"O con 76 4Hs 1935 .., . 7s 1935 "104.104V4 Can HAY. MARKET. 64 P conv 4 is 1922 fcj. , KANSAS CITY,-Mo.,Dec. ' 10. Hay .tin- - C 3d 10TH 108 Cat Un Sta 6H.196 changedi;67 Orand Trunk s Pac 4s 1955.. --0059; SHIP 1928 ...... Grt Xrthrn-7108V HUNT FISU BI AIR Nor-o-f Can 4Ul 1938... ' 99 H 99 S Gr JDec- - lin-at'EM PLYMDUTIT, X Y. C ,1m U930 ..... ... . . 10S 105U to -- Vhunt Enr, In the North O S L 4s 1929 herxlnr tempt' ' sea by means of seaplanes will be Penn 7a 19Sd .' io made soon. Two-- ' fishery experts will Sfli&rS ? PLf 4s 1950 681., 8i .' :oij PL. cs 190 ....' US test the power, of. sighting X iah from 6 do 934 V. ; .... . 86'- I..V..C the alr.'by accompanylnc the air pilot - r. con v Js'T 874a 1929 87 U on a 110-mi. 4s- - 1955 8S 85 U do flight. , ? . ref S'P-S;- E 7 Term 4s 1960 ... . LIVESTOCK , COLONEL IS MATIi SCAN 88 4s 1927 . . WMJON, Pec. 10. L4euL QoV VT. docojir COMMISSION CO. . "WV Manseil, of the do ref t24 Royal Engineers8Si 85 .Pac 6s 1946 to be worklrva sa & mail West W hav rtandlnq eedfrs Hr fat an4 was found ft--- m sorter , the .London awe Alto Doatoffice. He and eattt. " f munnu t .In touch with us (mm. has to be postmaster, of .XiONDON,-," JjmtsJj. Dec. 10. Bar silver 35fd ware, iieniorasnire -- nr per ounce.'' - j cent. OGDEN UNION .STOCKYARDS Mcr.eyj2J,per , .Diamond? 'in , their.' natural' state Discount - rates: Short bill' 3i ..per Jiave a'.'dull. red coror.- cent; three, month, bills 3 jper cenu ' late an income. ) sacked russets 81.751.85. j . Idaho z.co; sacked . ru-ral- 3' . ; 1 Office. 2420 Hudson Avenue Yirds at" Ilarrisville 9iM ld Big-Saving- on-Fuel- Phone 111 1 . s ! e, -- . 43 Sur e & Co. ;J Our genuine gas coke Is the cltantat, hotttst futl, and It costs much lets than coal. Coke Is easy to hsndle'and burns with almost no wsste. Burn our excellent coke and save 30 er cent on your fuel bill. ..' - NEW REDUCED PRICES e -- c - Nat-JRvs&-?- -- t - . An -- !' .:..'........ TO do-con- le . UNION 8 fr ftfr BA-va- been-promote- r " -- - I- , - - 9-- 16 1 . . V2 ...... Yard Price 1 Ton Ton Delivered Price 1 Ton Ton 14 . .,.$3.75 $8.75 Pile Run $8.00 $4.75 Screened Breeze $4.50 $7.50 $6.25 Carload shipments, $6.50 f. o. b. care Ogden. Local customers using 25 tons or more per year. Pile run, .$8.50 yard price, $7.75 delivered. The above prices cover coke either at the yard or within the first zone.. The first zone Includes the dittrict wett of Quincy avenue between Twelfth and Thirtieth ttreett. For each four blocks additional distance beyond the limits of the first zone, add 25c per ion to the delivered price. Let us help you save on fuel this winter. ' -- . YOU'LL WANT A HOME IN THE SPRING .$30 Plan to build it of briclc, the material that adds beauty, comfort and durability to any. home, that will make it a real home. - ' Ashton Fire Brick & Tile Go. . Utah Power :& Light Co. "Efficient Public Service" ' Yards and Office Twenty-nint- h Phone 331 and Jefferson.