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OGDEN. EXAMINER: 1I0KMXG THE BAirUPAY CTAD, heavy 16. 23C. 43 5.8.UO: $6.6006. id; th.3u. pigs Art Instructors ivlusic & Sheep ahci-- 7.ti". MUSICIANS' PROTECTIVE UNION 1!nu at Caiua tabor hall aacoad m. Sunday of each Bioath. at Cta. WDliama, president; Weatover, secretary. JOSEPH BALLANTYNE. Tltamicli Otrwtor Ogda Choir. WALL llo. Voico Buiioutg a Specially. Studio 2U2 Orchard Avo. L. W. FORD Orchestral loadar, Viaka Instructor. 132 Poplar too. Boll phono 67S-X- . IDA M. CABSIN er, Sd9 New York. Nov. 8. w d Twenty-thir- JL M. PANTONE Violin Instruator. Orchestral Work a apaaUlty. 3721 Jeffeiean Am Mi It P. HUNTER Teacher of Guitar and Mandolin. (Moravian System). Alaa Plana. Stadia 226 Quinsy Avo. JL W. SALTER. Taaohar af Piana. DENT MOWERV Ptanw Theory. Ball Phans 719-- 74EZ. parry ADDIE A an Puna, Organ and I netnwter Ur, Vocal Laaaona Nata. Stadia SB1 Twenty-thir- A W. PURDY, Taaohar of Vial la; alaa Oreboetrol Wark, 161 2Sth Bt Ball phona 71M . Boll Studia 27ad Adorno. lei BL d henry dlair Plana Tuner and repairer. Pin tan aad ectiaa iulUiip ERNEST M. W. JONES Cabloet, Organ and Han mooy. Studio 3S4S Wash. Ava. Waah. Ava. Ball 7SSA. Puna. MISS OLGA WEHREND, Taaohar of Binging. 478-Y- . Gall phone ISOS Adame MRS. TILUE N. BLASDEL. Connor Pianists, Taaohar 7 PMna. SdudUSSSS Adorn 'Phono lad. W. M MISS ALMA BAUER af Plana. Loochotraky Avo. Method, Studio 230S Adame Taaohar MBA A A REDFIELD Taaonat af Plane Studlk S4S Washington Avenue. ART MBA MARY L. SHIPP, Taaohar of QuiUr and Mandolin Readleaco 104 S3d Bt Ind Phan MRA J. L. HERRICK. Laaaona In china painting. lrBS Complete line af wmta specialty. 2709 ISA china and materials. Wash. ava. ADA C. BARRA TT Teacher of plana and vocal culture. Studio, Ogdon (Wednoaday and Thuroday.) 2543 Lincoln avo. StudU, Salt Lako City (Monday, Friday and Saturday,) 21 Kendall Studio MISS MARIE A. ADAMS instructor In Art; Drawing. Oil. Water Cater and China Painting. Studio 1430 Lincoln Ava Square. MISS LUCILE WALLACE Toaehar In China Painting. Dealer In Fine China, PUIn and Decorated. gtuaie rear S42 27th. Bt BIDDLE MISS GERTRUDE Inatmetar aa Plana (Loachetroky Mathad) Studia 249S Madlaaa Am Real Estate Agents In Ogdon Par hargalna and euUlda p rope rt Isa aaa Clnaalflad Sales calumr H. H. GODDARD, WM. A. HICKENLOOPER. Real aetata, inaumnea and tavta ananta, 201 Ecelaa Building, -, Ivefc H. N. to diaor JAA A BALLANTYNA Batata, Insurance and In oatmnta. Office SIB Ecelaa Bldg J. A BP.UMMITT Leona Insurance Rsol Estate 40S Washington Ava Beth phone a A F. GRATA A M. PORRIETALU Bursty Benda, Baal Batata and sou nance, SIS Eooiat Bldg. Raal W. A WILEON Raal Batata Insurance and In0 Ecetaa Bldg. vestment Both phonoa Lea na, tnaurance Public Renta Collectiena Notary 36th SL Both 41C A A NYA Estate, Leona and Insur Notary Fublla 2411 Waahlng-otnaAvanua A H. GOObAMD, Real Estate, Fire and Life Inour anea Notary Puhlia 412 Ecclei Rest n Boll Phono 634A Bldg. i insurance, A. A. WENGER, Roal Estate, Fire Insurance, Mart. cage Leona IS First Natl Bank Jidg. Ind. Fhana 731. 816-22- A L. IVEA Fra KELLY A HERRICK. Genaral Inoumnoa Leona and Reataia Real Estate Invootmonta 'phones. Eatata, Eatata Leona Notary. phonoa W. A PEI RCA Real EaUta, Notary, Fine and Ufa Insurance, 41S 24th EL Eati Real j Roal Estate, Leona Inaurancr Comma ratal took. SIS Eouloe Bid. Real W. A WEOELL Estate, Laona Insurance and Rentala 9468 Washington ava Boy la Sleek. Beth phonoa A A SMITH Mina and Realty Broker. Notary Puhlia Room SI, First Nat Bonk, ind. pboM 667. A A ROLAPP. Estate Fin Inaumnea Notary Public, Rentala 404 Ecclei Bids di' phone 2S "A 33. A A BIMMONA Raal estate dealer In Five Points Roal Real properties and farm landa Rental 230 Waah. Ava, pro partita handled. Bell 'phone ShS-y- . aII bedear, beet; with rent, dear, m invest f y male or female to E, 2300, Wash. Halle, Real Eatata, Fire Ineuranco and 23d and Waah, Base- leana Conor ment. Today s stock Attorneys Attomey-at-Law- 3 Room . First Nat Bank. 12, Attomey-at-Law- Attorney-at-La- 2406 II and E. T. HULANISKI VOLNEY C. GUNNELL Office A BAGLEY. JOHN Attorneys and Counselors. Rooms 440-4First Not Bank Bldg. Washington Ava. ROoma 21-2- 2 Attemay-ai-Law- 644 . 614 and 316 Ecclea Twenty-fourt- Grocery. Building. 1 granulated COFFEE Steady : No. 7 Rio 7 5-- Wool. Mo.. Nov. 9. Wool-Ste- ady; territory and western medium 23$L7; fine medium 1631; flue 14$ St. SALT LAKE STOCKS SHOW VEP.Y HEALTHY ACTIVITY. Lower Mammoth Wont From 80 to 85 Silver Pick From 1.774 to 1.824. Louis, Salt Lake. Nov. 9. Buwines on the floor of the local exchange this morning waa of fair volume and although ihe marktK was not particularly acOCDEM MABKETS tive there was evidence of considerable and a generally optimistic Fioni its high and valued position su- strength Nevada stocks were prevailed feeling hun3u cents week. this per gar fell, well represented and the busiBoth varieties came tumbling fairly dred. ness waa about equally divided bein obedience to whisper sunt along tween the regular call and open board is It trust. Lne from the sugar tho seMioua. ao be not will expected that the price Lower Mammoth went from 65 to 68 high a It has been, owing to the ces- cents, sales at Inch figures being rerefiners between of hostilities sation corded. Silver let out revertl Pick and Island producers. shares at 81.77V to fl.824. Eagles Ranch eggs, that carry with them a Nest or two, but Lou dropped a guarantee of freshness, advanced to Dillon sold at 49 point to 52 cents. 85 cents per dozen. Every lay of the Tlie buslnes- - amounted to hen this winter will be valuable aa 25.5U! morning's shares at 16.283. The quotathus early In the season the supply of tion for the iluv closed as follows: reliable egga la woefully short. Buperannuated eggs, and eggs that are restless In their erne, may be 14. purchased for varying prices, but the buyer is taking risks. Grocers are making preparation for Christ maa supplies and soon ihe market will be flooded with a multitude of good things. Hams and lard advanced slightly Owing to the recent interstate ruling, butchers are compelled to put their lard up, net, and this bring up the price, as hitherto the bucket was paid for aa lard. Apples. 1.25 pet bushel. l;h ware as follows: I'arh ipiutaiioiix Flour steady. When N j. 2 spring. 78f?80c No. 3, (i 79c; No. 2 rod, 714f73c. Coni- - No. 2, 444 14c; Xu. 2 low. 46 V. Outs No. 2. 34 4c: No. 2 white, No. 2 White, 33(J 354c. Rye No. 2. 61c Barley Fair lo choice malting. 4741 71 1 No. Fla kowl No. 1. 1.08',; 1.164-Irlntnorthwestern, timothy seed. 4.151i4.26. Clover, contract grades. 13.35. Shtrt riba, aides t loose), S.ihi'., h.5u. Men- - pork, per bb!.. 116.25. latrd. ier H'O H'.. W in. Short elear sides Iboxedi. $8.37,W 8.5(. Whiskey, basis of high wines. Comb honey, 16c. Sage, 6c per bunch. Maple sugar, 20r lb. Raisings, lOr, 124c. 16c. New walnut. 20c and 224c lb. Almonds. 20c und 25c lb. Mixed nuts, 20; lb. Bloater-- , 5c fish. Kippered Mltnmi, 25c lb. Smoked white fish, 2dc lli. Ketchup, 30c per large botile. Veal steak of shoulder. 12'tc. Oue-hal- f or whole hog. 104c. Lola and rib .wrk chop, 174c. Buttocks, 74r. Whole pork '(dns, 13c. Veal neck. So. Sliced hniti, 2c. 1:,(' Eastern hunt. 174 Sliced boiled hatn. 5fc. Breakfnst bacon, 18c to 25a Saiinhge. 124c. Drv salt ljHcmi. lac. Pickled pork. 124c lb. Chopped utt 126c lb. Pork eu'.iMiic. 1 24c. $1.21 . First Nat Bank Bldg. Atlerncy-at-Law- 4.73i - Hamburger. 124c. The price In each instance T. R. O'CONNELLY. A A FARNSWORTH steady, Coeoanuts. 10 to 15c each. Rutter, 36c a pound. Cranberries, 2 quarts for 15c. Celery, 3 bunches for 5c. Sweet potatoes. 5c per lb. California grapet, 124c per lb. Bide veal. 84e; leg veal, 124c; loin veal. 124c; hind quarter, 12jc. Beef loin, 14c lb. buckLard, 11Mb. bucket. (1.50, et 56c: bucket. 86c. Halibut, 16c; flounders, sale. 134c; Item. aineltee sell for 15c lb.; striped baas, There whs a marked difference In lac. the tune of Ihe money market today, Ranch eggs, 35 cent per ill's. however, from that un the day Eastern cheese, 25c lb. the two former bank stateSage cheese, 25c. ments. Northern Iarlflr was agalu a Beet sugar, 5.45 sack; 16 lbs. for the to uf resistance depression pnlnt li.UO. In ine market, with no neaw beyond Cane sugar, 5.65 mck. the reiteration of the rumor of a comHooper cheese, 20c lb. uf The melon report ing cutting." Bwlaa cheese. 26c lb. the determination to capitalise the Oranges, from 25c to 60c. Pullman surplus and to distribute It Bananas. 30c dosen. lo stockholders gave some sympatheHigh patent flour.82.25 pvr hundredtic credence to the Northern Pacific weight; etraight grade. 2.10. ot the rose Pullman sharply report. Vnion oats. 30c package. fell afterward. but violently opening, Ranch batter, 30c. Reports were circulated of Intended Lemons, per dor. 35c to 4Ac. of to the the form resistance Coal oil, 23c gallon: S gallons, 1.20. on the posed bonus to stockholders Finnan baddies, 17V lb. part of an organised majortly. AmerCrabs, 25c and 3Hc; lobsters, 2bc ican Woden extended Its break of yespound. terday on account uf the decision to Canned corn, lUr, 124c. 15c. Increase the Issue uf preferred stock. tomatoes. 2 for 25c. Canned This stuck subsequently rallied. 8 Ilia. for. 25c. corn, Pop afThe foreign exchange rates were Short loin beef. 15c lb. fected' by the local money altuatkm Beyf ribs, set 10 to 124c lb. iind declined In spite of the rise lu Rib roast, 124c. alerting rates, both at Paris ami at Veal breasts. 16c. Berlin. The private discount rate also Veal steak of leg, 20c. lose at Paris. The recovery in the Vest chops, 16e. money market after easing off unsetMallard ducks, 73c pur brace; teals, tled the clotdng, which was heavy and 35c per brace. lifeless and left nut ..changes mixed. Beets 24c lb. Total Mies, Bonds were steady. t'tnh turnips. 24c per lb. par value. l,344.(HHi. Rump roasts. 8c to 124c. fulled States bond were all unPickled pig feet, 3 lbs. for 25c. changed on call- Pickled lambs' tongue. 40c dox. Whole mutton chops, 174c lb. CHICAGO FUTUREA Ijpg mutton, 16c lb. Forequarter mutton, 16c. fuThe leading Chicago. Nov. Sirloin steak. 174c. ture ranged aa follows: lamb, forequarter, 1.00. Spring WheatDec.. 734. 73tc, 73c; May. 1.25. Hind quarter. 7K,t,r. 77 the. 77 V. bouse end steak, porter 31 42 Corn- - Dec.. 42 Ac, 42c. Ac: ay, 174c-Pot 42C, 434c, 43Sc; July, 44V, 44c, 16c. roast. 44 V. Round steak, 124c. Oats-D- ec.. :i4Sc. 34V. "44 Chuck steak, 10c. 34Sc; May. 85V- &V. 354 $ 35V; Rib boiling beef, 5c. 33 334c. 334c, July, V. cabbage, 2? lb. Pork Jan., 14 174. 14.05, $14.15; rtah potatoes. 15 lbs. for 25c or Mty, 14.371,. 14.25. 14.25. 81.25 per hundredweight. 9.30; laird Nov., 19.3(1, 69.27V,. Pine apples. 35c per apple. Dec.. 8.724. 8.674. 8.70: Jan.. 8.55. Citron peel, 25c lb. 68.424- 8.45, 8.474. 9.50; May, Lemon peel. 20c lb. 18.45. New rurranr. 16c per pkg. 67.65. Short. ribw Jan., 7.574. Friends oats. 7 for 26c. 7"9. 7.624; May, 17.70, Orange peel, 26c lb. 7.73. 56c. AGEA CHEZ G MCRACKEN lambs 13-1- yl PARRY CHAUNCY h.'H'u; 6.) d e O Receipts 43.731 6. 6'; beivy Sugar and Code. Raw-Q- uiet: York. Nov. 9. centrifugal fair refining 3 mo:asse sugar 3 96 test 3 quiet; crushed 5.50; powdered market was much or the same character as that ot yesterday. Hotter was Bhutan. however, to In aplle uf the aggravoilwi ot the money stringency. Monet- - un call went to IS Iter cent quit early in the day aad to 15 per cent before the ekiae. The strength of ihe time loan market aaa glao Inrreaned, and the payment of preiciuiaa over the legal Interest rate emended In emu e caaes to loans for the ais months' period. Loaua for slaty and ninety days were I he aspects-tlo- n on a 7 per cent basis. a weak that became geueral showing would he made by the bauk In the weekly statement tnmorrnw. The outgo to the Interior has gone on this week and with aiwuipilou by the promises to diminish the rash reserves of the banks by between two and three million dollar. It la to the change In the local market, however, to which moat importance la attached. The action of the money market for the last day or two hH suggested that the banka are beginning fn feel at last the pressure upon their resources due to the transfer of loans from Ismdou to this market In conneMlnn with the large reduction In the account in American securities supposed to hive taken place In Loudon at the last stuck market settlement. It has been ihe subject uf puaih-- conjecture In the financial district that no effect has been shown on the loan Item uf the banks In the last two statements as a result uf this shifting process from London to this market. Bo far. contrary to espectatlon, waa the bank showing In the last two weeks that there waa nut lacking those who maintained today that tomorrows statement would show a continued coutiaction In the loan Teach- Puna Mathad. Leaohetrsky bulk of rales 10, 4.9L1; Instructor af Piana. StudU SSSO UncaU Miss' CAARAWARHg 9L RtfTM K. PBOUT raaehor of Vlalia and Plano. 249 Van Baron Ava. 1.806.83 New SHOW Maiked Difference in Ten of Money Market Pressure on Resources Is FeiL A W. B. STOW ELL Taaohar af GuiUr, ManJalln and Violin. Bad CTlh St Ind 'phene Una CHM, C. THATCHER, Arranger of Musis Mr Orchestra ana Bead, Theatrical PtentaL 139 Wash. Am lad. 'phona 741. STREET STOCKS BETTER RESISTANCE. rough light NOVEMBER MORNING, la by I 18 TO REMAIN IN JAIL HE WAS JUDGE OF THE DISTRICT COURT. Successor Resigned and Has N Admit Him to Ball for Killing Dr. Aldrich. Baton Rouge, lot., Nov. 9. An un- usual legal situation has followed the George killing bv Congressman-elec- t K. Kavrot.'of Dr. R. H. Aldrich, and the result may be to keep Mr. Favnrt in Jail for sixty days without hope of He waa Judge of the district ball. court here, before which his case should legally come up for consideraHis resignation front this oftion. fice yesterday left this court without a Judge and ft will be sixty days after notice uf a new special election Is served before his successor can be The state constitution clioaen. makes no provision for appointing successor. The prisoner can not secure ball mull hi case goes before the court. MINISTER WAS GAY. Sent Back to Serve a Life Sentence in Priaen. lndisnapolis. Nov. 9. W. E. Hin-haformer minister, who was convicted In 1896 or wife murder, sentenced to prison for life and paroled In 19u5. was tried before Ooverm.r Hanley today on the charge of having wrecked the home of Sheriff-elec- t George Freeman of Wabsoh coun'v since he was released from prison. Georre Freeman, husband of the women with whom lllnshaw is charged with having beer, criminally intima.' llln-hawa the complalniug wlme. admitted having been In correspondence with Mrs. Freeman, having ntet her by appointment and having gne with her over night to s hotelconat Hblrley, but denied any Improper the due. f llin Following tho completion Timothy ha., lnoee, sell for 816 Hhaw's erideuce after reces and The per ton; rininth baled. 75n a hundred; arguments of counsel. Governor Han alfalfa bale, ti'ic a hundred: alfalfa ley ordered that Hlnahaw he returned to ihe state prison at Michigan City haw, loo?. ' ;o $10 per ten. en:cnre of , Wheat, fl.ti per cwt. to continue serving hi 81.4-ImprlRonnient for life for the murder Os'. Whole com. 81 4". of his wife. Cracked cum, 81.50. Bran and nhorts, 11.15 to 81.10 ppr SILVERWARE IS HIGHER. bundled Short ainne. t per hundred. New York. Nov. 9. Fulbwing the Cracked barley, 1.30. In steiling sliver recent, advance knives, forks and spoons, the manuKANSAS STILL ,'N DOUBT. facturer of plated silverware announced new price lie's on these articles yesterday. The International Will Require the Official Count to Defilter company, which coinprises sevcide the Contest. 1: eral affiliated conrerrs. put up prices from five to ten per ci nt tin all At II o'clock Topeka. Kan.. Nov. plated ware. Hollow ware, which in tlii mniiilna I'liuirmsn o' the State eludes pitcher, howls and i.f oM Ciintniliiee Crummer stiil claimed the various kinds, remain st theiertlnii uf Goternnr E. Y. Hocli by price. s plurality uf ; rum over V. A. Harris. I'emoernt. and Democrslle Chalrmun ACTION AGAINST OIL COMPANIES. Kan H! the mm" hour Mid: . "I do r.t concede the election of Mu.. Nov. 9. The bear-inSt. It will take the Mr. Hocli official or the (ieponitiuns uf the defense ciiiint to determine the matter. It will in the mister suit of the sia'e uf Mir-so! ni-- t eith"i way 2,Hto votes. Mini iigaiuM the Riandard Oil. to irv mind Harris' stand n grew! a fill comand Republic show to t these as Hoch." toiiav. C. I panies. wa Ret '.ii ns from five western Kansas Acker, ger.wil manager id the erce cimtitie are still missing. cunipnny. who a the sole One hundred counties out of ihe wiine yesterday, wa attain un the -1'7 in th- - ;ne received liv the Re witness tatai today. a u'lillcsn hciid'iuarier sh-.pin;! ! ..f : V.1 fur TlOClt. WANT ACS YIELD BIG RESULTS. pound. . SL, ever Ind. phene 44. Rlchard-een'- S'-- M. D. LESSENOER Attemsy-at-La- 308 Ecelaa Building. City Florists FLORAL CA Floral daaigns of ovary description to ardor. Delivary promptly msdo. Order by phono. Boll 813-K- . Qreanhousa, 162 Thirtieth oL VARNEY THE PORTER FLORAL CO. Chaleo out flowera alwaye on .and. Floral daaigns a specialty, greenhouse cor. Jaffarson avo. and rwentloth st. W. L. Porter, Mgr. 'honao Bell 260; Ind. 263. VARNEY FLORAL CO. The choice: cernotfena, roses id other flewore. with appropriate reen. Fries moderate. 162 Thin vth sL Rail 813-K- . liuMrr tnarVei was stead. C'reMiiiei-:i-- -. I9tf254(-- : ds tries, 18423r Kuga firm, at mark rases irchul-- il '.I ft 2:'.c. first. 24c, prime fiisis. :;54c: t lio font j 79-k- 2Be. steady. 124fi':!V Chicago Produce. Nov. ! Dee 7!. Jd;ty 77 Cluse-Whim t; . Di-c- T it Jlav 4! 59. Dec 54 .Ihii. 814.15; May 111.35. fe 45 Ijcr.1 Jan 8. ftu. Mil Ri'i- ,ln ITi'.'i 12: .May 7 75. Uye Cush t2 ft 64 Dm Pork OGDEN FLORAL CO. Floral Artist. Store 413 Twenty, Greenhouse fourth sL opposite Qlanwood park. Phones, Bell 636-x- , Ind. 183. Ogden City Dentists 'xira. 'ilcag-'- . Bn'ley Kiax. EL3HAW8 DENTAL PARLORA Over Spargo'e Book Store , BelL 465 Wash. Ava. Phona s Cush l'iftr.2, und tiinotli limei 81-2- - no ii'.idinc. url Chicago Cattle. Nov. !'. fatl'e inn.iei-- . 'I vi 25. 7 sii-rn- . a7 Kei-eiil- s Vuikei s'rarty; im-- 84.1a' cnws ant heifer $1 i;i)':5.15: 82 roit4.5i: and feeder sd.'iiHll.lU: lalve 86. u s 4.I"11, 75. line W i c,-- i . ji - lu.i'iii1: ws.ik 5.'J2 it - i . M Water-Pi- i:-- . lOflfi.