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STK m WALL OF MAMETS Sugar and Coffee. New York, Dec. 26. Sugar Raw. centrifugal firm, fair refining 3 96 test 3 5 k: molasses sugar 2 Refined needr: crushed 5 4"; powdered 4 vii; granulated 4 70. COFFEE Seaily; No. 7 Rio $ lt MU) TOE ork ttt Louis, Mo., l'ec. 36. YYool meSieartv; territoiy and wvstwn dium 266 30; fine medium 22H26; line 19 "21. ry 26.-Fu- rther absorption of usiked today' proceedings in ibo stock market.. The heavy demand for stock at an advancing leniency of prices was a convincing demouetra-rtoChicago Produce. of the confidence In value and Dec. 26.-- - Selling by the strong hope-- for further advance.. house and pit trailer had a Theie was borne uppr.heiiiion that the weakening effect today on the local to have wheat market. Worlds shipments for Christmas market would proveconalileo-aionabeen ovcnlone on sensm ioual week were much larger than bad a good deal of the Thrre been generally expressed and the admonition to lr heard also In various wax a prevailing hearikb sentiment. ijnanrr of Wall sivt-- thi morning I'h-a- weather In ihe United Btaicsjtar-ticularl- y i. exhorting to caution and conaervatlsiu in the grain producing for the Ian week of the year, owing to induced selling. May openalso sold at the hmvy requirements upon the ed a shade lower at h7 money maike: and the ilsngei of 97 3 8 and declined to 8b S 4ft to those Minneapolis. Duluth and Chicago rein spociiiaiion veiniic. Tile "5 per- ported receipts of 1.103 cars, against hv cent inon'-- rate Itcfore the clne one year ago. 1.U61 car local receipts with a heavy point to the warning. But ilia courae Ijirg of the early market soon dissipated the percentage of contract grade induced market. This apprehension that the Christina an easy tone in the wa over mul inado small wa in large measure checked, how. of th warnings of the cooaerva-rtves- ever. by an active demand from comThe money niarkel seems to mission houses. May opened a shade have no terror for the speculative lower to s shade higher at 41 to 44 spirit any longer, the stock market and held around 44c. May having unrrCMfull.v withstood such ('lore: Wheat Dec. 83 flurrim in money so many limes this is of the position fall that lha aafcty old 47; May Corn -- Dee. 44 felt to be Mil red. Speculative con- 44 16. and fidence continued unimparied May 31 4 Oats Dec, 30 thrre were reported today precept lnle 7K growth Jn the outside for stacks. The May Fork Jan. 13.65ffl3.67 profitable character of stock exchange lob 12. butuoesa waa indicated by the rapid iJird Dec. 7.50; Jan. 7.40; May 7 advance in the rates for stock eg 12; July 7.55. change teats. A sale wae reported toRib Jan. 717 May 7.37 numerous bidder and $95,000 7.47 day at July were said to be seeking seats with Rye Cah, 66047. the lowest offering at $97,500. The Flax Cash, northwest, 108 0 as neat as reached high Clover-Cas- h, 11.00. price of time in the hietory for the first . March. 2.45. Timothy The of the etock exchange last week. Barley-r-Cas- h. 376 54. aggreeaiva leederalfip ok turned today by Union Pacific and the United State Kansas City Livestock. of large effort on etecl etock w Kansas City. Mo.. Dec. 26. Cattle-Rece- ipts Thera wa no specific new S.t'Ofl. Market IDc higher; regarding either etock, but a strong $3.760-6.25native rows steers native was the very by procured impression general belief that the heaviest de- and heifers $2.0005.00; etockere and mand came from anurae near lo the feeders $2.7504.00; bulls $2.2504.00; control of three companies. Copper calves $3.006 7.00; western steers western rows $2.35 03.50. eeemitiaa ef all kind were animated pte 10.000. Market 10c and buoyant. The extraordinary move$5.056 5.20; ment in Anaconda found it explanahigher: hulk of sale tion hi tbe later report of an enlarged heavy $5.1505.25: packers $5.1005.20; dividend disbursement. Amslgsmaied pigs and lights $4.7505.10. Sheep Receipts 3.000. Ten cents copper derived direct benefit from its largo holdings of Asnnond stock. It higher; muttons $4.5006.00; lambs $ie few 7507.50; rsugo wethers $5.500 6.50; nude iia best price In tbe minute of trading. But the rest of fed ewes $4.7506.25. the market was quite sharply afferted hy the profit taking on the days rise, Chicago Livestock. n rhii-ago- I i l'-- Iu3 nw V. F pew 4. coupon American tobacco 4s American tobacco 6s Atchison general 4r ito-vi- .... ......... Yotk .......... f ro ...... ........ ict ir Con. ......... ........ .... anki e ............. N'-- 4 m1 Ohio 4 Haltjmorr Baltimore and Ohio 5'i Brooklyn R. T. cv. 4 . Central of tieorgia 5s Central of Cemgla 1 Inc. Central of Georgia 2nd Inc. ii . . li . ab.i-- r por-tii)i- S ,llHI th b d cert. 4's. cert. 2nd Japan Japan 4J. lawtisvillr and 8 5-- 5-- 1-- 7.-4- $9".-00- ll5 lul Emerald ; rarifle ..11 9- - H'f 09'- ser Cuilea. 1.700 I xi at 28; t 28; 5' hi ser yianimoth, lou at 42. 2?; at 5"fl AN FRANCISCO 22 T. 43'; at ln0 New Y'ork, 53 at - 19. 4s Open Beard Slice. Ajax, 1.000 at 23', J. Bnek Titune, 244 at 55; 100 at 56. 200 at 7Q. Little Bell, luO at 4 50; 100 at 4.55; 27.it at 4.60. Lower Mammoth, 500 at Belcher, Bullion. Caledonia. 8. Chain ge. Con., 19. ('hollar. 17. Confidence, 55. Con.Cala.,Va., ISO Crown Point. 12. Exchequer, 40. Gld and Gulrre. 23. Halefc Nrcr.,LKi. Julia, 4. ai Justice, 5. 2.U0O Sacramento, at 1". CHICAGO FUTURES. Ths Futures Fellows: Leading Ranged Draft, slight. i which became general after mid-daand which was aggravated by the violent flurry In money In the last hour. Hie closing was easy and the days extreme gains were much imparied. United ' States Bonds wore firm. bonds were all unchaugod on rail. Total sales par Value, $3,225,000, Chicago. Dec. 26. Cattle-Recei18.000. Msrket strong. Beeves $3.56 06.40; cows and heifers $1.600 4.75; shirkers and feeders $2.50 ft 4.25; Texan $1.5004.2$. Hogs Receipt 20.000. Market 10c higher;, estimated tomorrow 21.000. Mixed and butchers $5.000 5.30: good heavy $6.1505.35; rough heavy $4.95 M5.10; light $4.9505.25; pigs $1.70 Copper Market Strong. The Boston stock 5.20; bulk of Mies $51005.25. Boston. Dec. Hhccp Receipt 18.000. Bhctp $4.00 market opened notably strong today. 6.90; Iambi $4.8507.75. in copper The opening quotatione pts 26.' to 1 point harra avivaged from New York Benda. higher than the dosing prices of The feature of the market, U. 8. refunding 2a, registered.... however, was trading in Anaconda. U, 8. refunding 2s, coupon 1-- 2 tun and 102 103 '4 People hr j DON'T BUMP MT HEAP." Daly-We- st Eagle and lue Bell... Grand Central Little Bell lower Mammoth Mammoth May Day 37; Ontario Petra north-wester- Silver King SHersmento Silver Shield Star Con South Swansea Sunshine .... 1 tah ' ....... Bam Con FOX AND BIRD. DOG MUSIC SINGING has nothing to do with making the In the bn underneath him. snunda. however, is a tittle cogged wheel. Turn the trank and thia tiny whefl strike its cogs against pieces of metal within the box and make musical sound. In the hlrd rage toy it Is not th bird ilsrlf that sings, either, but its rage. Ynu merely press the floor of th rage and the sm.g issue forth. Tt isn't much of a song, hut the sclent : principle if!-- wii A Vorth-vr.Trr- ft. ?v.rnnon. 5. in time for at n r n-- dr .ur J iiiiporU.nl as in icssuiix iir frofu the Look. A eir.gnr in T.ci.i,,;! In vfhirh l.e whs i n ini rihar - h i m expedited m the o into litg thirty sen gramrq.nnni -- ixt p-- h- el 2 and evrnirg end-It- s in The picduitton of whi-k- y has fa lien beck 'n alumt whnt it ai wn i,:n urn. nnd since lnSi-e- s it ! the ai .f Ml- le.-ns. Tlil teduirj hv to 5ld'.Ui) gal'oi nT -. n : t ; ri. . t i . n is due to a iaili: lmr: Il'u- - six vw 'vit'l.'-s'i- . Wi'hin r! In. added jr in- I n "i-- firai-- s ravy r.air.ejj. n.i Viif.ma, Louisiana. y-- - : I b-- -- Advices receiv CUT-OU- President Has Left the Capital ta Battle. Qlv Turks Island. Bahamas, Dec. 26. Mall advices received here from Monte Crist 1, Santo Domingo, yesterday, say that Guanaby, Dajabon and Seb-ane- ta have taken up arms against ths government and the Dominlcan-Ameri-cafiscal convention. Generals Rodrigues, Joaquin Barba. Martines and Pedro Alvarex have gnu with six hundred men to attack San Diego and General Periro La Bala ha marched on Lsvrga with a force of shout. 100 men. General Des Champs, former of 8uto Domingo, Irave here shortly on board a sailing vessel to operate against Puerto Plats. U la rumored here that President Morale la a prisoner in Irons at ths capital. Ban Domingo. o MORALES DEPARTS. Washington, Dec. 26. Ths cerntary of war today received the following cablegram from Acting Comptroller and Receiver of the Dominican Customs Edward, dated at Santo Domingo: Carlos F. Morales, dissatisfied with the cabinet support, left capital Iat night with few follower. His intention ! said to be to Join the following of Jlmlnes In opposition to the followbeConflicts er of Horaclo. tween Ihe two forces are Imminent, probably in the vicinity of Ban Jura or in the vicinity of Puerto Plata. Carlos F. Morales may make attempt to establish new cmpital and create a new cabinet. Political excitement, but Receiverwithout disturbance here. ship not affected yet. George R- Colton should he in Monte Crietl, Tuesday." . Georgs R. Colton, referred to in the above, is the receiver of Dominican customs. - T. 0TTTSTDF. AND IWSIPF. Connecticut Rhode Island. Grprys and ject of the exhibition wa to Interest ether propi.es of Europe mixed In rice, i Fev-- n the New the negroc of New York to art and to ce. on th whole. taU and have elon-pn- ;l H over the roiintrv lass brads. According to one author-t- i. armored fCii'e tin- annuel dlrlny of ihoir lo mka air v dT h?y are the tallest rare known and The Drun-- cf Monaco i to work. derii belong to the so called Teutonic race g The Krui-invention a s vi- ':i"re g.oeiriiiieiit ho given its of northwestern Europe. A rtiiiiv of the fish( i' .,t. of Ianamn bay than the ;r,vru:i-'- i npi'ioval to il, pl.m of lic.virg tini ;i He serins ch au'lu rixe a 8200.000 pr'ie for shows that out of 274 enumerated liiscov-- r real Hire spi cle 24 are known to occur In the :i ie...:v cf tlic air any or o who yrtcin;i . r t "I'f K 111 the 1! Tlri gruws of gulf of Ciilifornle. This Is held to infur .f - hv l'oitv-flv- e A in -- ri.fi n II. c ro mt dicate that in former age theie wn Ihe t , au.t i rxpccicil grniily open coiuimmU aiion between the Paif four yourc o.. retii i , d i d i of cino and the Atlnniir. fo K'iiituldinrk i cv i The official figure cf the New York Bccllisii lliglilami.rr, alihough like jr on exoibitl'T Liwkijn. The ob cn---- . - i nt ii- -s I .In-rr- tiiben-ii-losi- c- I - 'ss c-j- - V f rcse-iuh- . s topa (A) bottom blank tap Paste the glass. Aa soon aa the object touche, the water the glass begins to go down the hnl e wrorklng like aeaeawa on tin cork. The wore of th dti you eubAi merye the tower goes the glass. you pull It up the glass follows. Thn. you may keep it seesawing up arf down. Tbe Bird' Beth. Rain water la heat for the blrd'a bath and if your pet Ie troubled with insects add a small quantity of the coo centruted Infusion of quassia or "! a few piece of quassia wood In th' water for half an hour. Thl to demdl to pferaBltes, but harmless to bird. (hrlatme Trick. This is a curious nd pretty balancing trick. Cut the tops of two long corks Into wredge shape. Insert the rorics firmly In the necks of two bottles of equal height and rlace thn bottles on I'm t atile about ten inches apart with the edges of ths corks parallel to earh ethrr. Now balance a table knife on ra-- h of the sharpened rimk. Hol.1 them level on the corks with their pmc.t almost together, moving the bottles if and set on their point a small, thin wineglass containing cough water to make .the whole affair balance when you take your hands i j A Meter Mery, if V3$arr had a motor car. Propelled fey gaaoiin went And everywhere that Mary She red in the machine. Th motor etnick a te(i on dyt And from Re courae deflated Doctor eey that Mary is A well a he expected. ry sn The tu4fttc of AmirTT, bl'trrv to he nulvcrsi'v lT(flr Y'li be rsquired to ai.swer on 'he news of the day t.v of Tro-'"sJames. Who raeunis the of current event. a blng fullv a 26. sun, then tt cherure the central light off. Then attach a coin, or any small, and makes an eclipse. heavy object to a thread and carefully Men, women and children all make lower it into the water In the wlne- toys In Germany, and they seem to know just the hoys arid girl nf other lands will like for Christmas. The United Plate buy f(.0n.non worth of toy from Germany every year. -- FAR. SAN DOMINGO IN ARMS. rte err'rt AND ed by cable at the state and navy d partments from Santo Domingo indicate that a serious condition of affiirs exists there. The captain of the Port of Puerto Plata has been shot and killed during an insurrectionary move, ment and the governor of that provinrt has defied the general government and barricaded th town. The Dominican government has issued a decree ra moving th governor. The state department ha determined (hat thi is an internal difficulty nd will not inttit vetje at thia stage. Cut out the reindeer, and then cut around on the heavy lines and fold of Iho dotted line. the top blank tap to the Inside of the (A) laps and th on the top of the opposite rocker. to the inside of thr rocker. J NEAR Wahlngton,Dec. CONDITION. A CHRISTMAS irkr I SERIOU behind thl little ucak I the same a ha been used to achieve soma of the mightiest result In merhanlr. It to the escape of mmpreKsed air. When you presa the flour ef the cage you pack the air Inin a email space. The air make a violent rush to he free and causes the noise you hoar. Ths most beautiful and Ingenious mechanical and sptrriitflc toy are made In France and Germany. In France so much I thought nf toy making that awhile before fhrlatmas every year in Fart la held n Iny fair where prlaee are given for new and ingenious contrivances that will lake a child's fancy. (Inc of the toy.- - at the last show was You would have adrailed Eclipse. mired that great !y. A central light represents the sun. A ball shows the earth and a smaller ball the moon. A moon face Is painted on the smaller troll. When the machinery Is set in motion the sma I ball revolve nbnul the nrie. sod the large hall about Ihr central light and thn they move a round and around fill the muon comes between the earth and the apart and put together again. Thus the inquiring young person flnde aH he wants to know and at the s.mie time the plaything Is saved from injury. You observe the danrirg bar In th flu' ride h looks like any piduie. other kind of toy hear, but he has been made so that bis !oih skin and pvl-- J dmr ran h" stripped eff to tnske visible th merhenism which holds him . . Instruction For the Children r- ; ly.t Yuen tally and morally, than our grandtathera, or even our fathers." Then you believe the House of RepreMttTaiives is just as representative as it wa in years gone by?" Yea, yes, indeed,1 the speaker replied. The house la just as representative a body now as it was when this country had only 10,000.000 of people. If you listen to all that is said, you might believe the country ie fast going to the devil, ie feet becoming a monarchy and will ceaee soon to be a republic. Why, I heard that same kind of talk when I waa a boy, whed we used to gather at They uaed to tell na that' thlnga were not what they were in the 'good old You hear the same thing days. now; that the country ie retrograding; that everybody ie corrupt and dishonest ; and that there is wholesale immorality. I do not hesitate to assert that thia country la better today than It ever waa In its history; that the people are better, more honest, more moral end lest disposed to yield to temptations that are pul In. front of honest men at every turn. The people arc just a mighty now in the matter of elections as ever before and Just sa discriminating aa to whether a man haa done hia dutjr. No man' ever gets so big that he cannot eaaily be wiped elf the political map. And how quickly tne people da it. too. They settle a man so quickly that ha la soon forgotten. I venture the prediction that few of the beat men in the country could the sit down today and give names of 100 men who have helped to make history in the House of Representatives. The other were defeated and forgotten and that waa the end. There was William J. Brown, who put through the house the appropriation at $30,000 to build the first telegraph line between Washington and Baltimore. He did the world an Immense service, yet at the next election afterward he received hardly enough votes to count The opposition put up n man who ridiculed the Idea of sending message by lightning,' and he beat Brown thousands of votes. So it servlet ia today, although a man's now are not so eaaily condoned. Undoubtedly, we are better off than our forefathers. The millennium ia not here, it is true, and things win not be n bit Interesting until everything becomes perfect. We are doing better, though." 0. nbout upon uprlp'-- t when he A Ira given te thm at. Ms hind fe-- t. I'riiiti without hi skip who know romhn e of electn. ity (s made of tin. There rr springs wt'h h krrn (minhim rwovs. whtie cneiriMrv and in him whtrn ts to nee toot, e all hnv pd e'rl. ni bteg Ices are weighted and balanrsd o he. ran apply eciv- th to hold Mm ug'ight. I'igh r.vkir.g of wonderful and oituMm; tnv. Amnrg niser ronfrivanre are th Marv moving tov ar by deg musir bn and th singing b'rrt be clock work firipriiil. Thf attrar.. Tb deg ef the musto b" toy sits at t uiHlrfd tor nthr. j t'nr ton of r trance of his kenns.l and reallv rl Better Now and talked with hi newspaper friend in a characteristic way. They ay tiling arc not now like they were In the old days; that wa are becoming aristocrats; that there is no longer honesty in legislative bodies; 46 ft 47. that there la no ability at the bar; that No. 2 oat. 30;: No. 2 while, 31 we are liable to become a monarchy; 32: No. 3 white, 294ft30. that some strong man I liable to ria No. 2 rye, 65, fair to up and 1dominate everybody. Good feeding barley, But say that there i no fair mindchoice nulling. 41019. ed man who studies th history of No. 1 flax need, lu3; No. 1 this country from The days of its founlog'j. dation down to the present time and Prime timothy need. 337. who deduce the difference between Mom jmrk, per hbl., $12.95012.00. eight millions of peoplo and 80,000,-00101 liSrd, per lb., who considers the telegraph, tel( $7.10 loose t, rll side. Short and the railroads, who will not ephone $7.40 side clear (boxed), 7.26; short say we are markedly better, physical- 07.45. Daly-Jndg- ntami-faelur- I 7. the country for a long homebark ride. The speaker was in excellent spirits Cash quotatione were as follows: Flour. eay. No. 2 spring wheat. 83086; No. 3, 80084; No. 2 red. 86 0 87. No. 2 yellow, No. 2 corn. Daly SAN JOSE, CAL off-han- d Stocks. By ALBZTtrA TLATT ml . Washington, Dec. 26. Speaker Cannon wa one of thn eg Hera at the White House today. He desired simply to pay lila Christmas greetings to the President, but waa obliged to defer them a tile President had gone to Sugar-Coate- d in our time are very There are automobile that run Hka No ooner doe a one and some are largo enough for mechanical Inven- two rhlktren to ride in. tion come into common use ha The principle of than tt to copied in miniature In toys been trade use ef In an aatimlNMng way P ritht young peoplo who understand to make th talking doll. This i not that we come Into thl world to learn merely a doll that given- - little squawk Biny find out the workings of various when ynu equeeae It, but a fine young from the toy' that lady that haa an. artual' phonograph ap, Iclentlfie device paratus in miniature Inside her body. A tiny et nf dirk i prepared, and one of these t slipped Into dolly's back the mubody through a ht in ch I eery will revolve and he will spe.-i"Don't bump mv actual word. Kiifih heed!" and even sing a small squeahr song with a real tune. And exactly the same sclent tdc plan ha been made use nf to mke a tiny doll sprak n ha been pm imn operation fn (he biggest phonograph ever made. Borne tnymaker whe plainly remembers whan be himself was a rhild and wa rrssy to tear hi plnything to piece to find what waa inside ha taken It far granted that boys and girl sie not much different today and ha mechanical toys that can Scorpion. 12. Bag. Blohr., 11. Sierra Xev., SO. Silver Hill, SO. Union Con., 46. Utah Con.,' 4. Yellow Jacket, 14. Than When He Was Young. Ajax Mechanical Toys For Christmas CHILDREN Potosi. 9. Savage, 50. FAITH IN Today's Quotations. Unde ALLEN? B. B. B. FLOUR CO camp-meetin- ALT LAKE MINING STOCKS. Caries Consolidated Mercur 3. Drafts, telegraph, Roga-Recci- lat put It on your short list fer the neat order. 23. 25. 11-i'- b at Portland. It la self rising and already nrenared GRIDDLE CAKES, MUFFINS, FRUIT PUDDINGS and the Famous BOSTON BROWN BREAD. There ie ECONOMY, SIMPLICITY and ASSURANCE In ueing tlgle famous flour. Bo aura and At thd World's Fair for Andes, 19. 97 86 92 94 MINING STOCKft The officisl closing quoistlons for mining stock today were a follows: Alta. 2. Alpha Con., 5, 149V B. . . FLOOR . . Ban Francisco, Dec. 26. Unde Bam, 1.000 at 371. lieelt Tunnel, loo at 54. ; ............. ................... Wheeling and laike Erie Wisconsin Central 4s at Ajax. l.SOn . Western Md. 4a Wabash Ih'b. at fa's 9 cv. 4a 8 Steel 2nd 5s Wabash 1st firm, at mark, case in eluded,' 180 23c; firsts, 22c; prime firsts, 26c; ex-tr28. Checue, firm, 11 ft 13c. a. Djly-Juda- 83' Nash. Unified 4s..1"5 1":: Manhattan con. gold 4a m) Mexican Central 4s 25 Mexican Central 1st Inc. 97 Minn, and Ft. Imis 4a Mlinourl, Kan. and Tex. 4 Missouri, Kan. and Tex. 2nds.... Mi National K. R. of Mrx. con. 4s. .. S3 X. Y. Central gen. 3'- 134' New Jer-e- y Central gen. 5s Northern Pacific 4a l5:s( 77 Northern Pacific 5s Norfolk and Western eon. 4....1VI4 95 7 Oregon Short IJne rfdg. 4s R':: cv. l'enn. 34 I03r Reading grueral 4s 116 1 fit. and Iron Mt. con. 6s St. L. and Ban Fran. fg. 4s.... 87 81 St. L. 8' western con. 4 89 j Seaboard Air IJne 4s 93 4 Southern Pacific 4 97' Southern Pacific let 4s cert 12l Southern Railway 122' Teas aud Pacific let Toledo, SL I. and Western 4s.... 824 1061 Union Pacific 4s Union ALLENS B. B. B. k: liuiond Anaconda Regular Call Sales. 3. Cuba 5s Denver and Rio Grande 4a Distillers' Seruriiies 5s Erie prior lien 4a Erie general 4 Hocking Valley 4'..s Japan ns Japan 6s, 2nd series AWARDED Y (Vutral of Georgia 3rd Inc. D'h' Chrsepeake jinl Ohio 3 'is . Chicago and Alton C. H. and Q. new 4 ( K. 1. and Facific R- - R. 4s (V. 11. 1. and Tacific R. R. col. as.. 8S C. C. C. and St. Louts gen. 4s... In::1; Colorado Industrial 5e ser. A.... 76 Colorado Jnduxtrial as scr. B.... 78 J3! fokirado Midland 4s 94 Colurado and Southern 4s 1 2 Medals Joe Ho sen l.itt ie 4 hvf 1305 8U' 115 ........ ...1"2S 93 4 .........lui Atchison iiiju-uiieI. lit Atlantic I Butler Ijhecal Heck Ttiutirl Con.... ingot ............... V-- .......... 27, 1905. Con u .........11 Wool. New York. Dec- largo acd va ru ga red I ' 2 r: DECEMBER MOUSING, ............ If ions 1"2 U. 8. 3s, registered U. 8. 5s. coupon U. S- - old 4s. registered U. 6. old 4e, coupon 4s. regraterod U. S. In Following the New York movement the price opened at this -l:pi and then quickly advanced to 50, up 36 fiuni Saturday's closing quotations. WEDNESDAY EX A MINCH: OGDEN, UTAH, THE MOUSING Thia represent an Increase of (7.24 L 42 over the production of 192. Tra M4 largest previous output. In .. amounted to $80,000,000. .Baseball bldg fair to become a hi developed sport In Japan. th Th Japanese have mlntmtoed estimated at 47.912.702 for the preeent fear of poisoning by th custom year and that of the Island of Formosa swallowing several gram of (Aare1 at S. 959.225, a total population of upon tbe flrpt Indication of gaatre testlnil disturbance. Tbe aiUon Th production of gold In the United charcoal on poison wa first demon" States during 1904 amounted to 2.919.-72- 9 gtrated by th French phyalclan TW cenaua dlecloeed a population ef of which 4,014.204 ia represented In the population ef Greater-NeYork. The state' population in I960 wae 7.11. 194. and that of the me' tropolis wn 2.417,292. The population of Japan proper I state 8.966,173. " fine ounces, valued at $10,115,(41. lu 1152.