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DECEMBER 18, 1904. THE MORNING EXAMINER OGDEN. UTAH. SUNDAY MORNING, ...... The Utah 17ALL STREET Ss National Bank lil Of THE OF OGDEN United States Depository Pays Interest on time deposits WALL STREET YIELDED in 8YM AMALGAMATED TO PATNY STOCKS COPPER. STEEL SHOWED THE MOST STRENGTH. 17.'The IV.-- . 07 1 CHICAGO - Cash wheat: No. 2 ml 114 115 No. 2 red 110 114: No. 2 haul 1100114: No. 3 hard Mil 110: No. 1 northern 1140117; No. 2 nmt hem 10X5114; No. 3 spring 110 1 7. 0 0 M2. 1101-- 2; 2; Corn Dec. 451-- 2; Oats Dec. 291-- 4; Slav 451-- Jan. 8; 42 July 31 Pork -- Dev. May Jan. 11.25; May 12.52 Laid Dec. 6.75; 7.H71-- 12471-- 2: Mar 6.30; 2. Kibe-J- an. 6.421-- May 2; 0.85. live 74. Fiax 126. 6.721-2- ; July Timothy 2.72 plover 12.75. Barley 38$ 50. 2, Chicago nrrcREa lbs Leading Futures Ranged as Fol- lows: Wheat Close. Low. High. No. 2 New York, Dee. 17. Statement of averages of clearing house banks: Loans, fl,OGO,i57,700; decrease, increase, . $246,400. Legal tenders, 177,433.400; Increase, Specie, 1211,142,600; decrease, Reserve required, $274,029,275; crease, f5.4an.625. Surplus, $14,546,025; Increase, - ". decrease, $288,676,000; Reserve, $299,200. de- 8. deposits,' $26,352,15; $5,160,450. Ex-- MONEY AND EXCHANGE. New York, Dec. 17. nominal, no loans. Money on call Time loans easy, sixty days. 90 days 4 and six months 3 per cent. Prime mercantile pr.per 4941-- 2 per eent. hankers Sterling exchange etrong; bills 4.S750 for demand ami t.visogb ' 4.M85 for sixty day b'lU; d rates ..$51-- 2 and 4.85; commercial bills 4.S4 (lash. quotation were as follows: Flour steady. Winter .patents 5.1005.20. Straight! 4.8005.00. Bpring patents 4.900 5.50. Straight 4.6004.90. Bakers 2.03.Stl. ' $.',23,300. $822,-6"- ' No. 2 wheal 1.0801.16. ; No. 3 9501.10. No. 2 red 1.1 20 Lift 't. i No. 2 corn 45 046. No. 2 yellow 454146. . No. 2 Oala-2- 9. No. 3 white 30034. No. 2 Rye-73- 079. Good Teetting barley 37038. Fair to clioire marling 41043. No. 1 Flaxseed 1.18. No. 1 north western 1.26. Prime Timothy seed 2.72. SI ess pork, per bbl 11.250 11.37. Ijird per 100 lbs 6.76. Short ribs shies (loose). 6.25050. Short Clear Sides boxed), 6.62 Whiskey basis of high wim-- 1.24. s Clover--Oonua- grade ct $12.75. . ARTICLES AND SHIPMENTS. po-te- 11-- Blilp-Recel- 2. Bar silver 60 Mexican dollars Articles 7-- 8. 481-- St. Louis. Dec. 17. territory and Cne medium 1745 wr-oer- Wool nominal; medium 21 5 22; 18; fine 16 Jr 17. SUGAR. New York, Dec. 17. Sugar: Raw firm; fnir refining 4 centrifugal 96 4 mulassca sugar 41-ffeet firm; crushed 6.35; powdered 5.73; 7-- 8; 8: 5.65. I ' Coffee firm; No. 7 Rio KANSAS 8 4. CITY LIVESTOCK. Kanes City, Dec. 17. Cattle Rs-ipMarket unchanged. HOGS Receipts 8,000. 5 higher; bulk 4.SS04.KO; heavy 4.66(14.65; pwk-er- a 4.4504.i; pig and lights 3.90 ts 150. 4.50. Dee, 17. Cattle Receipts Norninslly steady: native steers : cows and heifers 2.5008.90; western steer 2.91)4; 4.70; range coys an.l heifers 2.30$ 3.20: cannrre 1 .504$ 2.25; etoekers and feeders 2.5602.85; calves 2.00$ 5.26; hulls 1.7603.75. HfXJS Receipt 8.500. Market. Be higher; heavy 4.40$ 4.50: mixed 4.421-- 2 f;'4.4S: light 4 454.50; pigs 4O804.4H; bulk 4.421-34.4SHEEP-Rerei- pts 2.200. Unchanged. Omaha. 4P0. ' Exchequer G. and G. H. and N. 5. CHICAGO IdVEHTOCK. (Tattle Receipts ; 400. Ceafly; pwd to prime nters 6 f,0g7.09: poor to medium 3.75$ 5.75: , ,jtv'l:irs and feeders 2.1904.1S; rrrws j 1.000419; heifers 1.7606.00; eannera 1 0042.80; bulls 3.0004.00: calves 3.60 I ft 7.60. IS.Ich). Market j Hogs s'eady; mixed and butcher 4.3:'r4.-65- ; good to choice heavy 4.57 l -'- tt 417. ; -- 21 Overman Putosi 14 SUITS AND COATS Savage 22 S. ilidclier 3 Va. ICO S. Nevsnla 43 12 45 19 100 ' Jacket NINE LIVES LOST IN STEAMER Flour. lihia. Wheat, bu. Corn, bu. . (tuts. bu. , 18.400 .1 93.(010 5,700 40.400 299.200 15 73. too .j 2. IHIO 79.800 . e to chances on a piece of Fur from this store. We less for what you get than elsewhere, and supply yourhars, the quality that stands plenty of hard wear. Any Fur uu ma. 1 all prices, from the small stock to the large Furs. You take you WARM UNDERWEAR but all of Star Lina Steamer Glen laland Completely Destroyed by Fire in Long Sound Personal Courage of and Craw and the Excellent Discipline Averted a Greater Sacrifice of Life. New York. Dee. 17. By the burning of the Star Line strainer Glen Island in the Sound today, nine lives were lost snd pioperty roughly estimated at a quarter of a million uf dollars was destroyed. That more lives were not sacrificed was undoubtedly due to the personal courage of the oncers and crew and the excellent discipline maintained when a horrible death fur all eeeined almost a certainty. When the steamer was abandoned she was flame-swefrom stern to stem, yet the only persona who lost their ljves were those whose escape had been entirely cut off by the llru before tbe alarm reached them. Of the thirty-on- e persona, including ten passengers, who sailed away 011 the inGlen Island last night, twenty-twcluding eight paasengers, were brought Iwi k today. The dead are: Passengers: Unknown Hebrew woman, said to have resided In New Haven. Unknown man, supposed to be a New Yorker. Crew: W. E. Hendrick arm, assistant engineer. Luman Miller, fireman.- Frank Bush, fireman. John Burke, fireman. Otto 1 Alforan, fireman. D. Berg, deck hand. Among the passengers rescued were Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Street, New Haven. Two datiglHers of the Streets. And Gentlemen. Eiderdown Rolw.: for bath or lounging grades and prices, from $3.50 up. Long and Short Kimonas in prrt dark and ty patterns, light, front 75c np. desigus ami dm finest materials stamp these goods aa the highest quality. New In Arrivals Shoes 1 , Substantially made to guard the feet against wet and cold. The new lasts in ths Foster Patent Leather Boots for Ladies Dress wear. Shapdy Slippers for party wear, in many styles, from $1.60 to $3.50. Our shoes are selected for comfort, handsome finish, shapely lasts and superb finish. $2, $2.59, $3.09 and up. An unusually strong line of chil--. pt Nathan Dubin, New Haven. The Glen Island left her dock here last night, for New Haven. The trip down through the sound waa without incident. About midnight, when about three miles went of Greenwich, there ame a rush of stifling tmnke from the hold and every electric light was extinguished. Captain McAlister sent in the alarm for Are drill, and the men came tumbling out of their bunks. In the meantime the steering gear had been blocked and the pitot a finding them selves unable to direct tlie course of the steamer, hurried to the assistance of the others ia saving Uvea. Captain McAlister ordered Tilot to go to the hurricane deck and Vuosen one of the boats, while he went to tbe main deck, and tried to loosen the two large life hosts. Captain McAlister managed to loosen tlie port life host. The other(boat was frozen to the decks, but a smaller one was mam ready to be lowered away. While the officers and crew were working there was a scene of confusion among the ten passengers. They ran about the saloons in disarray. Tlie been woman who lost her life had erouxed by the stewsnlese and waa on her way to one of the boats, when the suddenly turned and dashed back into the flaming cabin. It is supposed she went back for her valuables. She was not seen again and must have perished. There was no possibility if walling for the rescue of those who failed to appear at once. lit the large boat 15 people were afloat. They included the eight rescued passengers and 7 of the BATH ROBES for LADIES Many different styles and qualities, for Men, Women and Children tbe best amteriaia -- at prices as low as GOOD UNDERWEAR can be sold for. Fine Silk Undergarments Lint afford sn much comfort -- French ACCEPTABLE Ribbed, and Gau.e embroidered effects. Certainly PRESENTS. HORROR drens shoes. High Class Linens What Stylish Underskirts , Made of dainty Silks in black and white, and other desirable for Christmas than a handsome and German Linens. Scotch Table Iribh, Imported new to elaborate Cloths and Napkins match, in designs. Doilies, Stand Squares and Sideboard covsra at prices to suit ihe most careful shades, from $5.00 up. buyer. Arlington makes. could be nuire appropriate all Linen Set? mercerized Sateen, in colon and blacks the qu.iliy and $1.00 to $6.00. Plain And Fancy Hose Misses Gloves Ladies 8hades to match any Gown, In auih makes as the Maji-stir- , Cen-teme- ri, Carlton. Capitol. Dents and Trefou.se. Best wearing qualities, lit you a splendid KiJ Glove for $1.00, $1.25, $1.50 and finish. We can to $2.00. si-1- This Depart ment has been replenished especially for ihe Holiday trade. Only superior qualities of Cotton, Lisle, Wool, and high art embroidered Silk Huse. Lace Lisle and Cob-WGauze so much admired by ladies. eb New Style Belts Hand The late hleai In Silk Ribbon. Leather and Broadtail Velvet, TailMany exclusive styles ored Taffetas. Very dainty, but inexpensive. to be sera only at this store. From 25c up. , ln And fine ' tSilK tSilKand Wool Waists Elegant soft French Flannels and Mohairs, and Silk Waists in tbe new winter styles. Perfect in fit and tailoring. From $2.00 up. pocket-liook- Beautiful s. Leathers to select from. trimmings and of sizes From 25c to the and $10.00. Latest In Neckwear A special Holiday stock of (be newest ideas in Collars. Fancy Embroidered Linen Turnovers, and Lace Drop Collars. Chiffon Boas. sd Muffs to match. Handsome Exclusive French Designs Don't fail u see the new styles in this department. Umbrellas For Ladles and Gentlemen. Very durable Silk covers, with Gold, Pearl, Ivory nr Stag Horn handle. These will please tbe most fastidious. From $1.00 to $10.00. leather latest shapes and styles. Almost an endless assortment Handkerchiefs Daintv, snow mhitn materials In all sizes and prices. Fine Swiss, Cotton and Linen in packages and Fancy Boxes, from 20c per box lip. Handkerchiefs for the Children from 8c up. Ladies' Handkerchiefs from 5c to $10.00 each. Gentlemen's Handkerchiefs in the finest Linens Dainty Perfumes Attractive new packages from the renowned perfumer Rlcksevh-e- r, ouniaining the rarest delicate and moat lasting odors. All size pack, ages. A most suitable present. Ladies Sweaters Solid comfort for winter especially for outdoor wear. Various sizes in white, red. blue, blacks and whites. You will find many opportunities for wearing these comfortable garments. crew. 18.400 e lie. at ......... 3s 4s....... a i. Ferfeclly made; from high Prinecci well-know- n Many of the seemingly unimportant articles make the most acceptable gifts, at a price most anyone can readily afford to pay. We mention only a few of the many articles under this head: ............. lt SATEEN UNDERSKIRTS of Dont Miss The Little Things The smaller boat, which Pilot McMul-li- n bad managed to free, carried seven The two boats were rowed H e. bu. . . . 4.4PO passengers. from the steamer as was aa far away Biiib-y- , bu. . 1600 and necessary to escape deetrnction boat end watched the Dn the pro, lure exchange, loilny, the waited there burn. They made every possible efbutter market was steady. fort to find eny possible survivors, but 16026. Creamery there was none to lie found. . Dairy Hi,22. How and where the fire originated is Jiggii lower 1 0ff 28. a mystery, but it is believed to heve MARTIAL LAW IN BRAZIL Cheese steady 11011. started iti s dynamo located below and vessel. all of the near tbe crater Keerly New York, Dec. 17. The president NEW YORK BONDS. the passengers were In tbeir berth has promnlM'cd a law, cable ihe Hervessel Hud.icnly became tilled U. 8. refunding 2. registered . .iMi when the smoke. So heavily laden ald's Rio Janeiro, Brazil, r.orrrsxmd-en- t, with stifling r. ?. Yitfimatitg ts, eoupon .14 was the econd boat thst It threatened maintaining martial lair for a .104 I , S. 3s registered moment to capsize. Tint tug Bully month and a law authorizing the govevery .104 .......... ..... 8. L 3s, coupon war veo-ee- k. cante to tbe rescue and ran n as cloe ernment to build iwenly-eigU. S. New. 4. registered ....... .130 but nothing could be seen Tlie newspaper Notlzia. commentas ptwaihto, .131 I . S. New 4 coupon of the missing persons and all hope of ing on the peace with Paraguay. sas .105 U. S. Old (s. reg'istrre.1 republic should saving them was given up. Those in the the Ion .106 V. 8.. Old 4s. ennpon were taken aboard and the now more than ever live In orderly bunt Ida . 94 Atchison adjuitment 4 fashion, so aa nm (o give the UniteJ tog headed for New York. . P9 Atlantic Coast Line 4a The G4ra Island was constructed Slates cause for interference. .102 4s Atchison general from tlie ruins of the City of Rirly .103 Ohio 4s and Baltimore Tlie latter, curiously enongb, ........ 96 moiul. Baltimore and Ohio also was burned. After having been re.111 ns ........... Central of Georgia built. the steamer was christened WilCentral of Georgia 1st Inc: ..... . 91 renamed C. Fgerton, an.l Inter liam BULGARIANS AND .lu7i Glen Island. Chesapeake and Ohio CHEEKS IN BATTLE. . S3 McAlt-teCldc, go and Alton 3V: r. who com( Spain Charles C. B. and Quincy new 4s ....... .1011 mended the Glen escaped with Constantinople, Dec. 17. The .110 4s C, M. and St. Paul gen. con. only his underclothing, trousers and an massacre by Greeks of the wed- . .129 7s Chicago and Northwest, overcoat, lie lost nearly everything near Monastir. Nov. 29, 4 ding 81 party R. R. . 1. P. and Chicago K. he ow ned, including money. Jewelry and thirteen persons being killed and B. I. snd P. R. R. eoL 5s . . 9:: was He to the last person rlotliing. five receiving wound, baa led to a C. C C and St 1mis gen. 4a . .101 leave the wreck. number of sanguinary conflicts be-. 64 Chicago Terminal 4a to First Mato Larsen ths ivecn Bulgarian and Greek bands. . 77 1 firsAccording Con. Tobacco hmke out in the forwtrd part of culminating Thursday last in a Cido-ad- n end Southern 4a ....... . ) the steamlioat when (he waa off Capstubborn battle lasting five hours. Denver and Rio GianHe 4s ..... .102 tain's A Greek hand of IS anil a lmdy of .101 4s lien Erie prb'r Tlionc of ths crew who perished were 91 Uiilg.irinus met near the village of . Erie general 4, in the hold and could not escape beSakarinevn and the Greeks lost 24 F. W. and Donviw City 1st ..... .107 fore the flames swept over them. The men killed. Many a'4i8ination .111 were two passengers reported dead Ifnclng Valley I1 of Bulgarians by Albanians have .108 Lcrisvllle and Nash. uni. 4 missing when the survivors reached the born reported in the Uekuh die- 104 Manhattan cun. gold 4a ... Ikj&I. trict. ' Mexican Central 4s The Street girls who were rescued a '6 Local authorities have taken no ... , student Inc CVnral at Vassar and were on their as itbual, iu the mailer. action, 96 Is Ft. Louis M'lii:., and ney in New Ilam-- for the holidays at ..... Xcxas 100. u an o 5nuUuTi huitic. .521.900 DEPENDABLE FURS This Department 12nd floor) contains the choicest Tailor-MadCosts and Suits in this vicinity. Garments of reliable materials, with every little detail in tailoring attended to. Coats for evening a ear, and Opera Wraps in the latent designs. St.ver Hill 58 I'nion Cun. 52 Utah Con. 4 Yellow BLACK TAFFETAS Always in demand and at the prices we are selling it Mn well atTord to supply your Leads for next Spring, Never hava sort qualities been sold in Ogden at prices we are now making mi ii, elegant new Black Silks. Many pretty Silk Waist Patterns arc siau being sold. We show you many exclusive designs. Ail prices al bt-io- 8 75 ' Chicago, Dec. 7 Opliir 225 ........... ......... OMAHA UVESTOCK. ; and a 6(ie-rican never be amiss. We handsome Dress Holiday Bale, comprising thousands of yards of fine Dress Good that have been marked In all styles, weight, colors and weave iluwn nearly 5u per cent what they should bring us. No matter what you have in mind it will surely be fuund in this luL 115 Occidental Cun. ........ SHETP-No- ne. i ment. 4. WOOL. Mexican Challenge Cun. Chollar 22 Confidence GOODS FINE DRE5S hare Pattern A 9 Max Levin, New York. BANK CLEARINGS. f 41,780,600; Justice 20 r 19 11. aud B. 100 Bullion 21 Caledonia 43 o, York. Dec. 17. The urgent liquidation In the stock market, which waa uncompleted last week, broke f prices badly on Monday and part dechecked the but support Tuesday, cline and an irregular and halting recovers succeeded. The after effect of waa the commotion in the market most notable in a subsidence of activfor salea tl.nn ity and amnller total The spectacular three montha past. metliod of attack upon the market, and the success which seemed to attend it was a factor in the nervous disturbance. The continued good news of the progress of industrial and business ex repansion waa effective in causing the covery. Circulation, liie nlfieial clo-fn-g quotations for mining stocks today, were as follows: ra Jan. New decrease. SAN FRANCISCO 311-403-- 8; STOCK MARKET CONDITION. fl, 096,117,500; iiitKiim MINING STOCKS. 3-- 8. ar Deposits, Don't put it off any longer. We are helping thousands to select appropriate and appreciable gifts of ussfuTne., and beauty, at prices they can afford to pay. That is one of our strong points. We are not asking fancy prices for the prettiest of Christmas goods. On the other hand prices are generally reduced for this occasion. Every deoart-- 1 -i our walk will store A additional reveal that much an is ment carries new and interestingthrough Holiday showing. ...... ...... lke ........... Crown Point CLOSE. PRODUCE Dec. 17. Close: Dec. "109T-May , Wheat Jnlv 98 - f21.922.Bmi. a C. C. CHICAGO Chli-sgo- ... ... Andes CASH WHEAT. Chirngo. Dec. re-u- . 4.35I&4.45; light uulk of sales 4.fu'(i l.iih. f1 , ' 12; rough heavy : yiieep K wipts-s.nmiSheep and lambs steady;' godd to choice weibis lair io choice mixed 3.5e4? 4.4)i05.2-- ; 4.6"; w.'nieru sheep 4.nn&5.5ti; native lambs 5.tM)0 7.J5; western lambs 5.00 tn-jg- i Cashier Asst Cashier McIntosh V. 4.504)4.55; Block mar- ket gave evidence i.f further Mreng' but when Amalgamated Cuppi began to run .town liill, in the final ransarti.-n- , tup who'e market prompt responded. thus deimiuflra'iug the i.i fluenre hrld in liie market by the atm-.and tlie operation recently centered in it. The clue wa weak. tin- - mo- -t con.ay brine spicuous strength of tliSteel Ur.itr.l S:a'ea B'.rm n lv the stocks, regarding which there were nmny reimrts current of an iuieudt-.f speculative oiie.rat ion a well of !at;-- e orders fir for a it steel rails and others product. Tlie f ihe announcement plan of the Uuite.i States leather company was the signal fur heavy of those Murks which seemed to indicate disaatisfactiuu with (lie plan. The weakness of these securities had anif sentimental effect on the- general list and the advancing tendency with which 1 lie market opened wa a nut resume! until support van offered the leather Mocks. 'i he final selling movement left many stocks below last night. The movemeiit was rather narrow throughout exct.pt in special stocks for the most pari not of first importance. Tlie f22.noo.iHiO loan coni rad ion disclosed by the bank statement was the result of tbe slock market liquidation of ihe latter part of laat week and the first change part ofca--tliia week. The nominal in the lt item wa about sa expected. The raising of the suiplua reserve item of by over f5.iHHi.000 to above the figure tlie corresponding week for two year past, need not lie a matter of indifference with gold ex porta in progress and the end-yerequirements ap- But" ease of ihe extreme the preaching. present, money market lead to neglect of the figure of the bank statement either war. It was after Ihe appearance of the statement that prices began to waa strong droop. Sterling exchange and rose 25 points. Total salca of bonds, par value, I2.0SU.IHH). Vice Pres. Ralph E. Hoag Heavy Salca of Leather Stocks Indi of a dicated Reorganization. New York, President. J. E. Dooly Horace E. Peery A. Missouri, Kansas and Texas 2nds. 83 X. R. R. of JUrxlixi con. 4s . 81 New York Cintral general . .101 New Jersey Central geneial 5s . .136 Nm Li.eiit Parilie 4i .105 . 75 Noiilisrn Pacific 3s .1UU: Non'ol ami Westera consul 4s .103 Oregon a. 1.. 4s and Panin Penn. eouv. 31, .102 .102 Reading general 4 Si. U and iron it omits m cun. 5s .116!, Si. Louis and San Fran. fg. 48 . . 89 St. laiuis S'uetei-- Isis . 977s 85 Keaboa'd Air Line 4s . 93 Southern Paritic 4s Southern Railway 5s .1194 .119 Texas and Piicitic Lis Toledo. Si. L. and Western 4s . . 83 1 moil Pari fic 4m .146 .110 Union Paritic renv. 4s . 92 L'. 8. Steel 2nds 5s Wana.--h Isis .117 M s bash 1 teb. U. . .... . 68 . 93 i Krie 4S Wheeling and 4 eut i ai 4s . 92 iseon-i- u 86 C. F. and I 1 Razor and 1 Combination Tkey Last BOTH Ft 85c cts. Strop in this lot there are many i. X. L Razors Everybody knows what they arc D.