|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
|Rights||No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Ogden Morning Examiner|
6 THE EXAMINER: MORXIXO OGDEN, SATURDAY UTAI1, 3. A Directory MINING MARKET hey I-- Court of Call Loan Dii Not terrupt th Improvement in Th Chicago Produce. Wheal Fbicago. Nuv. 2. t'loi-e-: Dec. 74 May 7 7h I trn - Dec. 43 May 44018. In- Price. Stock 33 tl.it---lec- Pork Jan. 13.87 12014.10. I.nl Jan. x.52 1 May 25 P. C. WOOD3 CO. Architects. M A 67 First Natl Bank Bldg. Both Phono. 2t 1 May ll.'.H; SALT LAKE EXCHANGE DOES BUSINESS ABOVE AVERAGE. Markst Shews Usual Strength Values Art Well Sustained Ufshs the Favorite. York. Nov. to 2. llariev Cash 410 52 Flax, clover and liuiothy, nu d Sugar and Coffee. New York. Nov. 2. sugar Haw. : ceutrifugal quiet: fait- refining 3 molar es sugar 3 loi iet 3 Refitted steady: crushed 3.50: powdered 4'": granulated 4 so. t 'OFFER Quiet ; Nu. 8 Riu 7 4 s k 80. 15tii.27 packer and lights pig Sheep - Receipts 2.ii'M; steady to strong. Muttons $4.8"0.tO; lambs 4 .006 O.iH)07.(iO; range wethers 6. (m; fed ewes 1.2305.25. MARKETS OCDEH Bulltun Beck Butler Llheral 12 Oariaa Cou. Mercur 2.73 .15 82 .113 Century 38 88 Colorado Mining Creole Dalton The market this week has unusually quint. Staple commodities seldom rhangn their set prices. Lard advanced slightly, by the bucket. The scarcity of hogs renders ihe uppy uncertain and the demand liter ahead of the entire production of retail shops. Apples. 1.25 per bushel. 3. (Mi 11.25 19.50 Daly Daly Judge Daly West Eagle and Blue Bell Eagle's Nest lbs. for 25c. 8 Quinces. Cocmnuta, 10 to 15c each. Spinach, 5c lb. Butter, 35c a pound. Cnnberrlr. 2 quarts for 25c. Bartlett pears, 4c per lb. Celery, 3 bunches for 5c. Sweet potatoes, 5c per lb. California grapes, 124c per lb. Peppers, 4 for 5c. Egg plant. Hie each. Hide vest. 54c; leg veal, 124c; loin veal. 124(: hind quarter, 12;,c. Beef loin, 14c lb. . buckbucket, 1.40; et. 3"c. Halibut, I3r: flounders, Mies, 134c; smslies sell fur 15c tit.; striped bass,. 15c. Ranch eggs, 30 cents par doz. Kastsrn cheese. 2 5c Hi. Mage cheese, 25c. Beet sugsr, 5.75. rack; 15 1.00. Cane sugar. 5 85 sack. Hooper cheese. 20c lb. Rwlss cheese. 25c lb. Orange. from 23c to fide. Bananas, 30c lb., for 3c; and 25c Avw-Bel- x. .25 3.30 1.25 1134 u3 - 8.50 9.25, .17 18 .81 47 ... .81 .48 1.83 144 3.074 1.724 134 3 15 .34 29 30 3d Sant Ctah Mine 1 . Victoria Victor Con Wahtiah Yankee Con .38' 1.85 2.85 7' 07 44 .. .074 .58 .47 48. SAN FRANCISCO lobsters. .25 ,U14 2. 10 Ontario 3.374 3.55 23 Rurro Homes! ake Richmond Anaconda, .(fed 58 .80 Stray Dog 45 Swansea Rottth Swansea 054 .IK4 11 Sacramento .124 2U.U00 Silver King 22.75 Star Con .15 1:14 Scottish Chief 114. .12' 17 Silver Shield .174 4K South Columbus ,50 28 Ctah Michigan .30 19 Tetro flu Fnlled State STOCKS. Interstate Brokerage Company weight; straight grade, 2.10. Cnioii oats, 20c package. Ranch butter, :i(c. I.- emons. per dor 33c to 10c. Co-t- l oil, 25c gnlinn: 5 giilous. fl.20. Fl.tnnn baddies, 174c putt ltd. CALVIN STUART. Contractor and buildor. Ropolra. alterations, shop work, porch and window screening. 2120 Royal l 'phono 378-- Nov. 2, 1906. 20c Canned corn, 1r. 124c. 15r. 2"c. Canned tomatoes. 2 for 25c. Pop corn. 2 Ills, for 25c. Rhnrt loin beef. 15c Hi. B f ribs, sets 10 to If 4c Ih. Rib rotst, 124c. Val breasts. 1"r. V:t I steak f leg. 20c. Veal chop. 15c. Mallard ducks. 73c per brace; teals, 35c ;ter brace. Meet. 3 bunches for 5c. I 'ah hunches fur 5c. turnips. Uutnp roasts. Sc In 12'c. 1M slud pia' feet, 3 lbs. for 25c. Pickled limbs' tongue. 40c doz. Whole nmttjn chops, 17!c Ih. Ijeg mutton. 15c . Forequarter mutton. 10c. fu- IL-- Sirlcin steal-- . I?4c. Spring lamb, forequarter, Hind quarter 1.25. and porterhouse 1.0". 174Pot rfwst. 1" Rn'llid steal.. Ijfejc. Chuck sieah. 1"c. 3c. Rib iKiiling I'Mh raliliag". 2c lh. . . 'r Cuiihfinw-ei- I'uh $7.75. 17.75, 7 N.1, May. were Vlt FI hii Htcnily. IVIu-.No. spring. ii- 78 b "he . Fruit jars- - follow: 2 No j - pints. 85c; SI 25 (linnze peei p!i- liaisim:- fur 25c 2 li'Mich. !!.ll 111. t t". wall!-!!- 15c. i.'.jC. 2"c M;v-i- ll' pori: Shoi'i i . ,V l.unl. Shun J V.I1- - pei h . Huron' i, IS L.'ift per ho! . 618.J.V In" Hi., 69.:!". N lh. Sniiilo-.- "t high wllti-s- I :'."e Vea: o- - It Receipts and ' Is'lli Siipment. ! Wh-i'- r F large '..,rs. I5c. i- -- i'ci 'i iiiceii Ih - ern II Sai:-rt- j I lia-u- We. h tm. ::tie. . - li.e i 1 . , ijflp 24C. ,c. i-i t.l 111 !t ;:.Lc; ill murk vim- 7e. :2c: : 1J.t,i-- '.. ,t . . caw, Im prill!'- : lead i, 12' i'll I ! 'iui-ii- - I.S"45 . 2 t t , ,l.tw. 2.i 25-- . 'nev 25l. .- e Hrm -- l r ' j: I la S' .! 10 Sl'5 d"l-hti- l i.'iitig "- , e- : v ic. $.:,o. . nn-- ipal 'I ' 1; :'.i 01 i : xx a- 1.13 . per f- t- 'o 1 humlr-'- coin-i- f.,i8.35u,ig-o- , .ieiiii.ni In the corrpi- - ,f :,i.; xo.--v. arc V'lppoemed in - r- - - e ..i.t'i'.i-.Twi-'- t ! : 1. i:i-- .'42.".!5.(i"o for Rcptem-h-- r To Ian iiumTh' twal million (ituiintiii , in iltc eastern I1111 hundred- aifiiirc. pel Mill. r cw i l'ti" - ! is Iy the 75c a .i'ih- - ai. ( ,i- - , .e.se. ..1 Fifty per cent ii-,- - 1 lh. in. inslaiti-- hod -- III .1:. 1' I'.-.- l - ' ' :a'f.'fi ! ft ""h 7 i ; l , Chicago Cattle. nv. 2. I'.'l'rh,ign. h:fcrs n::rii-p:i--- i Iht-- . lia'rife-s- Hi tn It'ii-- 5c. 1210 ,i.i-i- pi t "It I till, lSc 2. f all the Idg corpora. ion chartered In thin rniintry during 'he .hnirii:il id Caimmemci today, siyn arc oontti'cii-wiih mining industry in 'tie "r uthi-- of i'j iltascw. But fir the :iiini. :iih! iitiivity in thlu direction. The 'H'Ntic. if tirtw crganlzaitoiw wo-t' iiied iw a falling off. The graml ii'ai fi r the month of 1375.370.-"""- . to 7c a. ai- York. N'nv N'-- !(.!. i1. I.: khd II Charters. c h:im !' : Play Important Part in List of Now nan. i rn ii.nii -- Ih hoi le. htntlder. I2'.t ! le hog. ito,c. tk chops. 170. p- -r I ic i. . 7 nn'i. - III iah. 2"c K'-icq-- t 6'." 25c ..i, I I :!- vv fei:- :;, fj - l lo. 2" ' K Pi"-- : lli"XCiii, 'i.mi- - ii li.'e Ii1 ( 7". ' Ih. 22,-!- 11(1 ;i .. inf 25c l SI; h. 5c; 5c to i . quart-- Cops. 3"c dozen. ::5e per appic. Pine .i.npi-.Citron peel. 25- lh pee; 'ie Ih. N'"v ruia-i'-- . ukgs. fur 25c. " ror 25c. mi c..i r Fii quail. Comb j or 15 Ihs. fur 25c ixcy-itf-s- ht 25 Ih. . new . ? , i:y ecjfil i I' ,1 S S.lKiil. was Chicago an nqiliorir-- d f The A iu- eiufei.oiiti.iiqq. , WANT ADS VIELD BIG RESULT. WANT B'G RESULTS. ADS YIELD - Contractor and buildsi. Office ood shop at residsneo, 500 24th K, Wool Ogdon. Bail phono 451-R LI CROSBIE. Roofing, guttering and tin work of oil Kinds. 22b Waab. An. M. GILLES, General Contractor and Builder. d Pianlng MilL Ofhos ond Mill and Waah opposite Taber nodal eor-22n- ; CAR'. BAMUELSON, General Builder ond Contractor. St Boll hom SS4-- a. B37 29th PETER UNANOER. I 811 Daisy Bell Chief Lower Mammoth Lou Dillon Mammoth May Day Nevada Hills Nevadn FMlrvlew Xev York High patent flonr.82.25 per hundred- j CORNISH Galvanized Iran ond Copper Cow iilsheo. Skylights and Tin RsKng 2456 Grant avs. 11. 50 3.15 Uttle Iucle j JOHN T. NEWTON Contractor and Builder. Office at residence, gss 27th. Phone 176 Ind. Shop roar of Wright A Sons' Ca ELECTRIC WORKA C.J. HUMPHRIES GEO. OLMSTEAD. y. 20.30 5.50 .48 39 15 Horn Silver Ingot Joe Hiiwsrs l.irtl- - BROWN IRON A BRASS WORKS. Iran fencing, sidewalk doors, balcony, countar railing etc. 22SS Wash. Ava. BU 'phsn 361-- OGDEN 500-Y- . Bidldor and Contractor. Shop and Ofticn. 202 2 1st Phono 250-Be.L it .41 ,8H 004 Goldfield Phono S3 Emerald been Grand Central CHICAGO FUTURES. lending 11.200 0.27 heavy 20; . The to 3c tj."i"; higher: hulk of salts $8.17 CALVERT A LEEK Contractors and Builders, Brick and Lima Mfra. 215 Ecclss Blag. Bail STONE, a : $2. Hogs 29S-- JOHN ELLIS! Contractor and Buildor. Jill kinds of mill work. Roar Utah A Oregon Lumber Yards. 24th s s - 2. D. W. Boll Phono W. E. NEWMAN Tin Work, Galvanized Iran Cor nice, Heating and Ventilating. 2530 Waaningtoa ave. Both phonos. , Cantraeter ana Builder. Office and shop at rssideneo. 424 SOth St Ball 'Phono U2-k- . the feature of ihe morning, several blocks of the mock selling ai prices ranging from 8.50 to 7.tlU. A number of shares of Lower Mammoth Wool. changed hands during ihe regular call St. laillis. Mo., Nuv. 2. Wist! ai 78 to 84 cent i. Study :to territory sod western mediDuring the regular cull a tidal of um 24 27; flue medium 160 22; fine 21.GUII shares were sold 141 17. representing a worth of 12.028 Sales on the open board amounted - fei.7i.id shares, worth Kansas City Cattls. 23.818. 2. Kditi-aNov. Cattle tily, Mo., he quotations of the day closed aw '.000-5.(15Rece-.plNslifet-5.0'ni. follows: cows and heifers 2.tiii 4.75; lockH!d Asked er and feeder 62.8"i l.8u; bulls Ajax .34 ;;i calves 2.7064.50; Boat on Con 2.1o&3.5i; 31. ltd 3.5" 5.25; wetev.i Black Jack wes'.ern tuecr 45 .34 25 to 3. 75. cows rail-toa- nilfe'Hgu. Nov. 245 247 22d oL Bait Luke, Nov. 2. Business keep weil up to the average of the jiasi week or so m the floor of the Salt Lake atok and mining exchange. The sales were heavy ihi n turning on both the opeu board and regular ail aud the market continued atrong and active. Neradaa were very qw.-t-. al! the iranaartkm with a few being in I'lah stocks. Columbus Consolidated was perha exn-piion- G. A. GRAVES, Architect 25 First Nafi Bank Blag. Boll Phono M5K. P. A. ISAKSON Contractor ond Boildw. 7-- y.-a- r tures lunged as follows: 1 C4 R.-(- ah indlt-at- fee-- 7.6! n. K"i,-Js- Then: r large buyiug t an uniurt-iointerest in today's stock market, and this uaa panioulaily urgent in the stuck which rust1 uwfcl sharply. It manifested itself first in the Hill stock in the 9 jump In Ureal .Northern pieferred. and ; in Northern Pacific. No ness see forthcoming u explain the violent riae in these slock, and it wo generally aitrlbuied to ihe squeeze of an incautious short interest, which is vulnerable In these stock owing io ihe small float ill)? supply in the market . The same iuliuence w.i nedlttsl sitlt the sgartmeixe J Ivanco in Heading. The ouiy news regunling Mucks was the report f net earit-nfor September. shioh shuwe.i s lullby ing off fnni Stpteiuler lnt both the coal coinpeuy and mo company, the decrease for ail 427.1oii. or 21 com pa nies i caching P.t cent. The two- became obvious that there a large amount of short sell-inhas I in ihe market based cm the that s period of nnaetlle-ineii- t and depression was certain to fntn-'ieiithe election which would afford an epport unity to rover abort ai a profit. There a an retirement of such commitment today, tbo weakness of their position being aggravated by the sympathetic effect oh the general list of the Increase in the Pennsylvania dividend. That stuck was still alive today, but It waa held bark from further advance over yesterday' high level byfree profit taklug. The Pennsylvania railroad net earnings for September were also published, and showed that the Increase In gmas earnings had been practically eaten up by tha growth in operating expenses. There were some fnrtbar conferences between railroad officials and employes over the question of increases in wages aud reduction of working hours, but sentiment in the stack market was not afferted. and there was a growth of assurance that a settlement would be affected without an Interruption of profitable activity. The course of the call loan market lid Pot Interrupt the Improvement In prices of stocks, In spite of tha proa-paof a poor bank statement tomorrow The had taken from the hank up to Thursday night and trustworthy estimates of the movement of currency to the Interior indicated a further loss on that account auffleiant to bring the total decrease to nearly 37.tMfeO.Ooo. The shifting of account! incident to the November settlement would tend to expand the loan account.' There has been a general supposition also that tha den ease in loans reported last week waa not a true reflection of the actual course of that Item, and that a rectification ip this week's statement would be likely to work an expansion In the item. Foreign discount rose today and the Hank of France and the Imperial Hank of Germany reported A considerable impairment of conditions, both by liaof reserve and increase of bilities. The result was a atrong foreign exchange market here, the higher monev rate abroad prompting the withholding of finance bills from this market, while th demand fur remittance front here waa quite irltve. Professional profit taking on the day's advance became general under oover or the later stagea of the advance In Heading, and the market lower cloned easier and materially thnn the highest price of the day. Bonds were steady. Total sales, par value. 2.7t.iMM). per 1nlted States 3 advanced cent on call. New of Ogden City CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS and 14.07 2. 2. ARCHITECTS of the - WALL STREET STOCKS SHOW A GOOD DEGREE OF ACTIVITY. m5. western $3.7504.3u: calve 68. (' 07.75. 1 j.i1""' 'trons lo Hog - Receipt Mixed nn'i butcher 5c higher. t;.3or--4good I 2: "i: Hjcht rough heavy s5.734iC.lo: .V9"06.42 pig huik f sale I8.U5&8 4" 7.'"'SugSheep Receipts Sheep 83.750 5. Co; light $5..""0 5.75. STOCK MARKET NOVEMBER MORNING, ; Oontral Contractor and an sth st soil 6000 buildor. sts.