|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
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|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
WEDNESDAY UUDDit LTAII, MOKXIMi raute aether (4. 25ft STOCK fvil 5. 75: 5.25. 61. Chicago Cattle. r'.iiciigo. Or i. ,;n. uau-e- MARKET Stead. g (Mii. 14 Het-v- te ""S 7.25; SALT LAKE STOCKS SHOW GREAT ACTIVITY. Jti.-i"'1- a HI, MINING MARKET rows and betters l .5i'tii 5.15; stock-er- a and feeders (2.5''tt 4 .5u: Texan $3.7i1 4.31': western- - (S.M'tltl-M- . ; H'-rmarket 5c Receipt a to UK- lower. Mixed and butcher WALL STREET STOCKS IN STATE OF LETHARGY. UCIOIIEK 6j.751i7.40; laiui ion MORNING, - 4ti. SOS 045: good hesvrough heavy 5.9utii.ltt: light $5.!3 4rti.4i; pigs 15.71)4; ti 15: bulk of sale id.liiittti.UU. Strong. Sheep Receipt Sheep 65.t5$5.8i;lamlis 84.7o47.7U. - Rates Attributable ta Approaching November Settlement. A Rise in Call Money Columbua Comolidated and Lower Mammoth Did Good Buainesa 25.-til,- Yesterday. Salt Lake. Oct. 30. Btiaiuc on ihe floor of the local exchange during this murumg'a sessio;. was ot fair volume, the bidding was hrik tud active, especially during the open board and values throughou: were well .New York, Oct. So. The stork market was in a lethargy today. The scale of activity was smallur than lu the midsummer period. There was some difficulty In perceiving sny defined drift in prices at any time, and were never the narrow nniveiiit-nlung held. There remained still some disposition to have the election contest settled before entering n stock market commitments. The rise in cal! money rates, atlrtlmted to tlie iieg'.u-iiinof preparations fur the November 1 sett lenient, offered a l'lirtLc-suggestion of a deterrent fsetoi. There AND TO QUESTIONS is a belief also that additional ereiirs REPLIES THEN TAKES A DRIVE. must be seemed by tntei natlvuiai houses later In the seek when shipments of securities arrive wliieh sere and Declosed nut ai last week's stock marShowed Ns Sign of I lino ket sett lenient in London, and on clare She Ha No Phydue which payments will become sician. a hen the securities arrive. The Mile treasury continue lo draw fiom the local bunks slth resulting increases repreConcord, N. H.. Oct. 30.- -A of the government holdings of surplus sentative of (he Associated Press who funds out of reach of the market. interviewed M ra. Baker O. Eddy, bead 4 pood effect upon the foreign exof thJ Christian Science church, went change situation I expected from au to Plea-aView, Mrs. Eddy's home, agreement made by the railroads for found hrr voice clear and strong and ihe immediate transport a tlcn of J.iMMi,-imno evidence of decrepi irude or weakbusliela of gniu to enable export-erto fulfill October contracts. Xo ness. The interview which was granted dividend day ptucr the formation of to hair m score of newspaper men the Inited States Steel who had assembled in this city, was has inusisI with less attention by arranged early in the day by H. Corin or the stock, operators speculators derive niierailons are the rule on the nell Wilson, head of the Christian result of a dividend meeting, cvru Selenre Publishing committee. had When the newspaper reporters though it is usual tor tbe market to been seated in Mrs. Eddy's parlors, close before the action of the directors She Is announced. I' tilled States Steel Mr. F:ye announced Mrs.andEddy. siood unwalked to the doorway covered an extreme range of only assisted before her Interviewers. She today, and the last price was un- did not advance beyond the tbreslihold from was last There changed night. of the dour and when it was aeon a rigorous advance In all of the Mexican Central rallwny securities. Other- that hq would not enter the room wise the market was practically bar- tor a prolonged Interview, a woman reporter was delegated to talk to her. ren of incident. Mrs. Eddy appeared to lie more anBonds were Irregular. Total sales, xious to demonstrate that rhe wa in par value, 83.062,01)0. Cuffed States bonds were ul un- good physical condition than to Just three questions inquiries. changed on call. had been asked by the Interviewer, when Mre. Eddy turned, spoke a word Money. New York. Oct. 3n. Clue: lrime to her aecretary, and abruptly starred her customercantile paper fifJl-- per cent. Ster- for Iter carriage to lake mary afternoon drive. The interviewling exchange firm with actual busi- er wen left In the parlors with ness In bankers' hills at 485.656485.-7- 0 numbt-rlequestions on their Ups, fur demand, sad st 4so. 04j 460.05 hut without au opporlnnl'y to ask for sixty-dabill. Poste-- l rates 481 them. Commercial . bills 480 Are yoq in lierfecl plijsical health, Bar silver f 0 Vb Mrs. Eddy 7'' watt the first question Mexican dollars. 54 Government bonds steady; railroad asked. "I am." waa Ihe brier reply, given bonds irregular.' with distinct enunciation. "Have you another phjsiclau than CHICAGO FUTURES. IS. SIS EDDY INTERVIEW ae-sli- TO sustained. Columbu Com&lidaled was active REPORTERS g r ui a 5-- S an-aw- 2 o Real Estate Ag'ents rw bargain m Ogden and awUlda propertls y 3-- ata ClaaaHlad Saloa column. Godr answered Mrs. Eddy "No. Indeed, with emphasis and then she added The everlast sViwiy and 'solemnly: ing I'fma arc around and above me, which is enough. Do yon lake a daily drive? I do." replied Mra. Eddy. It was at this point that Mrs. Eddy unexpectedly Indicated that the Interview was at an end. for she turned without anoUier word and walked to the front of the house where her carriage waa wa'.iug. Site was escorted lo the carriage by Mr. Strang and " Mr. Frye. Mrs. Eddy was attired for her drive in an ermine cloak which hnng loosely from her shoulders nearly to tbe An if to dispose of the alground. legation that a member of her housed hold had on many occasions BE CALLED FOR her, Mrs. Eddy, or some mem- ELECTIONIN WILL MARCH NEXT. ber of her hotiehold caused to be presnt at the Interview Mra. Amelia Leonard of RrooUl. n, who. Ii has been the habir of driving At Which the Native Will Elact said, had been In Mr. Eddy' to a carriage. There wa but one familiarity to be noted and that was the abundance of snow white hair which adorned the heads of Imtli women. Mrs. Eddy la about five feel t Washington, Ocl. 30. The Kite la frail, fo- - inrhea In height. la preparing to redeem his promone no more hundred than weighing people, on the other ise made to the Philippine pounds. Mrs. that Ihey 140 pounds and through Secretary Taft,of their own, hand, weighs neirly there is no facial resemblance be- ahall have a parliament Itchavlnr conditioned upon their good tween her and her leader. for a term of two years and it is understood that Secretary Ta.fl himself will proceed to the Phillpplues next Oct. 30. The leading ranged as follows: Wheal Dec., 74r, 72Tc. May. 784c, 77Sc, 78V 6 78 Ve. 43 V c, Corn -- Doc., 43fQ4:iHe, MS43,sc; May. UWiM'.ic, 4Sc, Chicago, 73c; 441c. ' Oats Dec., 35 '3c. a FILIPINOS S4c: 33'.c. May. 35ep 34Tc, 35G35y,,c; July, ckise, 33 Vc. Pork Jan., (13.70, (13.65, (13.70; May, 13.75. (13.70. (13.70. laird May, (8.35, (8.30. (8.32V; Oct.. (9.45V. (9.42V. (9.42V; Nov.. Jan., (8.35. (9.27V. 19.2)1, (9.20; (8.32V. (8.35. Short ribs Oct., cloed (8.00: Jan., 7.42. $7.40, 7.42 V: May. (7.57V. (7.55, (7.55. OBTAIN irnper-sona,e- Flour steady. Wheat No. 2 spring. 74679c; No. 3, 71 ft 78c; No. 2 red, 71?s(j78Vr. Corn -- No. 2, 0 Vd No. 2 yellow, Out No. 2. 33c: No. 2 while. No. 3 white, 326 34c. Rye - No. 2. 01c. Bhi-Ic- Fair to choice malting. 1 ,c: 40f 50c. S.C2V- north-weater- - Receipts and Shipments. Flour Kerilpw, 44,OUU bbls.; shipments. 31,ooh hlils. Wheal Receipt. 120,000 hu.: Mlip- - Attamey-at-Law- Room and 31 ir. Attomy-at-Law- Office 2408 Washington AvA Reoma j IJfi 25Vf; dsirirs. !V,.4i3.!r People of San Francisco Go Wild and Send All Stocka to High Kri; firm at mark cases includeil. Li.e: prime flirt-- , 21V: 2o4i 22e; fir-ts- , . extra. First Nat Bank Bldg, 11-2- 2 Figurea. 27c. Cheese firm. I2VC. i Attornay-at-Law- S14 and . Attemey-at-Law- 864 j 31B Eccles Building. Twenty-fourt- sons h Grocery. . Attomey-st-Law- Dec. 43 Com tt.i.s - IWI La d Ililis . May 44 I k 3: .May 3.5 I k MaJan. $13.07 $13.75. dr-- . sD.42 12: .Iso. $4.15. lo-- . .13 ' ! Cal.. Oct. . 3it. Before and r.Hijn riuH icii with Kpcc!!oi' iiniMsu : cr pe of great excitement riic ('ninsiiicus inioniud today a they have uir iir.tr fur many a month. The r:, in ta'.'ics Ilia I started a May 7k Dec. 73 SL, over Richard-- Ind. phono 64b M. D. LESSENOER 108 Ecclc San Ft Chicago Produce. (lei. 30. Clne-- Wheal: Chicago, T. R. OCONNELLY. R. S. FARNSWORTH non-Chri- First Nat, Bank. 82, E. T. HULANIBKI C. GUNNELL Attomey-at-La- THE . j VOLNEY ni'on'i continued today. rapid and 'Cnsa-tiniuH tinier' eyes flushed ,i I llye Cash 13 IT 15 - iln. w.Mihrii the Mrutculini: linik- It. ii lev 16 52. i .i'il nil with rn advance DphirI'lax. ciiver and ,111111!'!.' 1: to i ;.i;5 followed by Mexi wii can '!:!. !: ;iln a! $1.4". a big rise fioiti Sugar and Coffee. Wl'.e-- i :br Si iliern Nevada were K is -3". Suv.ir New York, (b : hr ca!! saini- vecnes were enact ed. ijnie: : Uir rctluime 3 Hr. ,ki iinxlit and KcrantliU'd :o fill 3 5 lrt. ;'! Mn.isr sikh! I'tiliis on rite ir vanrjng MU.kct. The 3 ' 10: refined steady: mushed 65 5o: first. Tor.npah ch in 14 p..w i.ryiinUl,.! (4.m. hi loitancril to 7 and Montana Cv.lCKI'K S'estdj ; No. 7 Rio So. to 6l.i7 Then isme tit. greutei-- t excitement Wool. uf ill lav. The trading n the I.iii-.-.- , S! Me.. (Ir:. 3o. Vn,ii The ieaiii-r- . sold ai big adS'- - I' uieriicrriior. an, I vance. .I1! of which, however, were .in 23'f27: Hoc mediiini lkliJI: fine he'd. tin! Mohawk advanced (3. to i i (11. Oduir.'iia Viutntain made n Mg jtinr.t l..ttna !d at 1.25: Kansas City Cattle. 3.1 '. .Tumbn at and Sllvev Pick at ( Mo.. Oct. CaiC.e !'.'. Man.- m ;hc low rriccd stock (1.15. -v I7.OO0. Sieailv. Native were a lD lifie.i Oro sold at u hlg mi rive fi i"ri : mid he.fer to lame Star to Ike: ' 4 and iei,hr (2.-- - iiihance (2 Blue Bill! at 22c and Follateh at 3Uc. iJ 75; Ini', is (2.1"1 ::.5ii; Atsteill ioek- - sh i red in the Uitvsn-e- . All - ,.'e, 2.( : 5o ji 5.25: we irrn row Ini "a no with trading a i r : 7. look pi.nc m the chief Ool,ifllds ntnl Ine I2.,,,0. I.ir'if Hiwelpls still hieln-- r prices the li.oker- fi i;. I . : llu'l; of sale hefir-'he nil - reached ,v sii 5'ii i. 2e peck--- a lni ft ,2'i . and lain ( 'i. rll r jitCl'ij'.s 7.,.,""1 t.C.Vd.-- Ml' WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. (K.iio;.lan. i-!. 7.i('V7 12 tet-i.i iiii.uicr- - Th- 12 n.:e '. a- 1 Building. 11 City Florists THE PORTER FLORAL CO. Choice cut floorers always on hand. Floral designa a specialty. Greenhouse cor. Jefferson ave. and Twentieth st. W. L. Porter, Mgr. Ind. 293. Phones Bell 260-Z- ; VARNEY FLORAL CO. The choice- carnations, roses and ether flowers, with appropriate green. Prices moderate. 162 Thlrtieth at. Bell B13-- . n ' 'e: Ex-iin- -l Ti'it-ip.ili- Gold-field- OGDEN FLORAL CO. j - . Flaral Artists. Store 413 Twenty-fourtst. Greenhouse opposite Glenwood park. Phones, Bell 636-x- , Ind. 193. i ! (: - Ogden City Dentists s 7.'-- . . - : FEL3HAW8 DENTAL PARLORS. Over Spargos Book Store . Bell. 2465 Waeh. Ava. Phone 79-k- 1 ' I V - f which tile assembly will be : . mntcnrd expressly states Ihe qualification of voters. These in brief are that the voter must lie at. least twenty-thre- e year of hiip, must bn able to read and write either Spanlah or English: mnat own a ret tain small amount of property or must have been In the past an office holder under the Spanish government. The new assembly will consist of two houses lo lie known a the Philippines commission and the Philippines assembly, the latter to consist or not les than fifty nor more than one hundred member. It is probable that the piesent. commission will be merged In the upper liouse. DESERTERS I Rei-ipt- v - I VARNEY FLORAL CO. Floral designa of every deacrip-tiota order. Delivery promptly made. Order by phone. Bell 813-K- . Greenhouse, 162 Thirtieth sL : or spring to witness tbe Installation the new form of representative government. March 27th. 1905. the Philippine. renaus was published and. consequently two years from that date. March 27th. 1907. under the terras of the act of congress, the President will dirert the Philippines commission to call a gentral election for the choice or delegates to what will be known as the Philippines assembly. This Itody is to take over all legislative powers heretofore exercised by the Philippineo rotund salon In all parts of the not inhabited by Moron and Ian tribes. As this date draws neat, the Philippine people are showing signa uf agitation and to the officials here it is evident that, they are exporting some benefits that, ran not a once be realised. For Instance, the assembly of provisional governors i rentlv in session In Manila with o arranging the prelimthe vie inaries for the meeting of the Philippines assembly, is reported to have recommended that the suffrage h widely extended, it la pointed on here that flits is not posstulo for the reason that the art of congress under nrcliL-pelug- ON EXCITEMENT STOCK EXCHANGE. GREAT JOHN E. BAGLEY. ; IS TOM i AGEE. CHEZ A MCRACKEN Attorney and Couneelorc. Room 44043 First NaL Bank Bldg. NEVADA STOCKS Attorneys i IN BOOTH of high wines, (1.29. Whisky, haul 1 Iret-i-den- Flax seed No. 1. (1.07; No. (1.14. Clover, roniraet grades, (13.00. Short ribs, side I louse I. (8.3568.75. Mem jHirk, Nr bid.. (1C. 50. lainl, per loo Ilia.. (9.42V-Shor- t clear ides (boxed I. 8.50l? X HIE RULE Caalt quotations were as follows: 47647Ve. WILL Havana. Oct. IN CUBA. 3'!. Captain Wii.bemp Brookof rite American crui-e- r lyn lias requested thn police to arrest two deseiters. '.Ttiirles Fernald. yeoman. of Allan' !c f ity, X. J- - and David A. Herman, yeoman, of Haxelton. Pa. Thee men lefi ilie Brookly n In charge rtf a n:!i pouch in whieh there were ieciiere. letters containing (18n0 for ranmlsiiMi :n the United Statea. The crew of the Brooklyn had Jut i1:.'! .iff Hti.l the men weie scn-l-!ig Incut.. Naan .(. llHKi.