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THE 6 MORNING EXAMINER: OGDEN, MARKET ff SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMEHER WALL STREET STOCKS HAVE WEAK CLOSING. faith. "I'ntil. such by the work of man. It become a msuer of sight and not of faith and hope, that the Demo c.ratlc organisation is able to do some effective service in our political life, my labors have ended. 1 do aut sek to Influence you as to your future course, but you will 1 with me when I not. think, SINKS THE A 190& 11, Democratic organ in this County, go bring him to Die: 1 want to see how a man looks endowed with such sublime T.D. JOHNSON STOCK YOU ARE THE MAN WE CAN SUIT UTAH. SHIP : Thor Waa Cansidorabla Loan traction, But This Was Not Con- SCUTTLES DEMOCRACY IN OGDEN AND WEBER COUNTY. Howovor. Net, York. Nov. la. ip to within minutes, of the close of session, the face of the stuck market waa quite unpurturhed by the allow lug at th bank statement or by Secretary Shaw's announcement that J We're the right Iliad of Suits ut the right kind of he had no lntmttioa unless condliiuaa materially changed, of adding to govpriees. ernment deposits with the banks or of redeeming government bonds to mawho wants Were Suits for the Stnsit Young ture next year. Just ia the final dealings there was some selling of stocks Suit. Link thrown his that's into every style going which carried prices downward snarp-I- ' Tha highest 10 a weak closing. J WVre Suits in ronaervatire Stales, sui-- as the prae-ticaprices of the day were made some time after the statement was publishman delights to wear. ed. Its complexion had been accurately intimated before the publication If you don't know just whal you want, route here and and in time to afford opportunity for w ear display ill show it to you. operations in the markets In autici-patkof the weak showing. The afterwards seemed to be due , Tf you do know jnst what you want, youll And it here, to buying by profeaaiouala who had if it's right for i'ail wear. sold stocks before the atatement appeared. No intelligible explanation .is to be Puits at fit), flft, SIP, $20 or $25 and, while there is had regarding the atatement and U la ia these unusual about prices, then nothing something generally assumed to be duo to arbitrary shifting at accounts between invery unusual about the Puits we are offering at these stitution ia and out of the clearing hous association. The further loan prices; contraction cannot be said to have surprised Wall street in view at the similar experianca with tha two preceding statements, while largo transfers of loans from London to thla market were going on. It la reported that some loans have been placed tn New Clothiers, Hatters and Haberdashers York for account of Interior banka during the week but the borrowing re2413 Washington Ave. ported fa have taken place by International commlsstos houses would far exceed any possible effect by lending The decrease tn of Interior banka. rash of M.II1.30A compares with estimates furnished yesterday hy the banka of about 13.000, Oho. The deficit of 11,514,125. compared with a deflrlt on November 11th teat year of n,(:uM. On Monday following last year call money went to 35 par cent. At the look exchange there waa considerable liqBfOan. Prompt relief refrom SALT LAKS STOCKS SHOW sulted from the liquidation and the offerings of foreign aud Interior HEALTHY ACTIVITY. funds attracted by the high rate. The movement of currency also turned from the Interior in favor of New York, Caries Famishes Senaation af the Day, with large recuperation of cash holdings of tha banka promptly followReaching aa High aa 01.17 . ing. The exchanges moved strongly In favor of Ixmdon today at all points, Sait lake, Nov. IS.'Thin morainic Including Keu York. Tke bond marwas a busy one on the floor of the ket was under some pressure and local earhaage. The franaactiona were prices declined quite generally. Total f good volume and tbo market waa sale, par value, IJkS.OOO, atnmg throughout the melon. CHICAGO PRODUCE. Carina furainhed the animation of the day. tbo hlghwatcr mark reached beCash Quotations wtra aa Foling $1.17 at which figure 600 a hares lows. hand. Several huadred changed hares wera sold during both the Flour, steady : No. 3 spring wheat, regular oaU sad open board. No. 3, 72 073; No. 2 rod 730 The total bualnem of the day 70071: amounted te 22.996 shares represent- 73: No.No.2 2 corn 44 Ai; No. 2 yellow, oats 345: No. 2 white The 454; ing a valuation of 921.641. trnaanetlona lor the week ending to 3640374; No. 3 white 3S6S4Vt; No. ! rye 61. Fair to choice malting day amonated to 211.689 aharea, worth No. 1 fins seed 1.0; No. 1 $279,499.71. aa against to, 606 shares, 4.71)05(1; northwestern 1.6714; prime timothy worth 846.64U3 (or the correspond- seed 4.1504.25. (Teter contract grades ing week at teat year. Short rib aides (lunsei 1.000 The gain shown by these figures la 13.25. mess 3.5U; pork per bbl. 16.25; lard surely a matter for congratulation. The quotations for the day closed per 1i0 lbs. 9.27V short clear sides (boxed). 9471409.50. Whiskey, basis aa follows: of high wines, 1.21. Tadayh Quotations. Receipts and Shipments. Articles Kept a. Bhpta. 29.00 21,700 Flour, Mila 69.7A0 79.700 Wheat, bu Corn, bu 859,600 267,40V Jf.WHt Oats, bu 133,700 fifteen a Dmur, FRED M. NYE CO. MINING WE MARKET CURE , MEN Effectively and Permanently WE CURE MEN ByModem, Quick Methods WE CURE MEN 4.100 15,000 Ryq, bu 50.900 Barley, bu 21,0)0 On the produce exchange today the butter tnarkef waa steady; creameries 190254. Bgffs. steady; at mark cases Included 21033; firsts, 24; prime firsts Come and Get Well Extras, 25'4- - 21. Cheese, 134M4. steady, Sank Statement. New York, Nuv. It). The atatement f the clearing bonne hanks far the week (lire daya) show that the bank bold 91.514.125 leaa than the legal reserve requirements. This la n decrease of 94,563,900 aa compared with last week. The statement, follows: Iambs 91.045,408,21)0; decres c 97,- - Drs. Elliott & Norris 2361 Washington Ave. Op4 00 $ Circulation 850.544.400; increase Legal tenders 909.871,109; decrease 2,981.500. decrease 918.18A.40ii; 5,- - 848.800. Reserve 9248.174.500; decrease Reserve required crease $24,287,400. '' Deficit 91.614.125: 8249 6X8.625: de - decrease 24.- - 56a.900. $2,562,050; lu executive session members of Weber county's Democratic commltlev met at 3 o'clock yesterday afternuou In the office of T. D. Johnson, chairman. and received aud accepted hia rasignaiioa aa head at tho committee. This action on the part at the cliair-ma-n of the committee came aa a complete I, pries, not only to members of hia own party, but to all or hen Interested In the political welfare of thla city and cowry. No Inkling aa to hia dvnerminatiwu to forsake the Democratic patty was revealed until thla afternoon. Aside, perhaps from hia moat intimate friend and party workers, not one of the committee knew of the intention of Chairman Johnson. Notice had been sent out to all Democratic committeemen to meet In the offices at the chairman thla afternoon, hut it la undentood that the object of the meeting waa dm made known. Those present it the time the went Into executive session ware: S. B. Smith, acting chairman and secretary of the commit tee: C. C. Wilson, of KaU4Mvllle; J. C. Huuter, of Went Weber; Orville Atwood, of Hooper: J. J. Hutchins, of 8tetervllle; 34. F. Moors, of WUaon; W. W. Browning, city; J. A. Armstrong, of Birch Creek; J. H. Brown, uf Liberty; Caleb Parry, of Marriott; Joseph Chugs, of Farr WrsL 8 lowly and weighing with intense earneatneaa every word be uttered, Chairman Johnaoa. tn the following speech, gave hia reasons for severing hia connection with the Democratic party, not only In thla county and city, but from the party aa n stale organisation: It ia your right that. I should state frankly my reason! for tondaring my resignation to you at this rims. Mr association with your committee, aa well aa with tha Democratic committees of this county, with which, in the past, I have had the honor te be associated, has always been pluaa-an- t, and It U with exceeding regret that I now sever my oonnectlon with you; I do no now because I am convinced that the longer continuance of n Democratic organisation In thin county will serve nu useful purpose, and, while during the past campaign Stale deposits ( surplus I decrease 95,213.2o. Sugar and Coffaa. New York, Nov. 10. Sugar Raw centrifuQuiet: fair refining 3 molaae aunr gal 96 test 4 3 Refined steady: crushed 95.50; fine powdered 94.90; cranuiated 4.80 COFFEE Quiet: No. 7 Rio 7 yu arc looking far Sodded novelties in um Id exclusive and Millinery. 11 will certainly tWT you lo look In here where our Hat Department la aglow with, the freshness of fall style. We ran Chow you some exquisitely beaiill-fu- l hate to suit all type of facer, daintily designed and 'trimmed, and made on the latnsl and moat fanhion-Stolwill models. And ha prirr aurelv tempt, the moat economically Inclined. e MRS. C L 24M Waahlngton DAVIS Avenue. 1417. 17; flue n tedium 18Q21; sons are these: ' The member of the Democratic party are not agreed upon any yaue that was before the people In the pant campaign, and there la little hope of any better agreement tn the future "That the member of the party In thla county are hopelessly divided on the question of the propriety to put It mildly of public officiate appropriating to themselves public moneys In violation of law. te abundantly proved by the open opposition of tome to the candidates nominated aud tbo platform adopted at the late convention, and la further shown hy the failure nf a till larger number to vote at all at the elect inn. That the party la equally' y divided oa the question of the propriety of high ehurrh officials of tin Mormon church participating in poli-ticla unequivocally ahown by tha Democrats large number nf In Balt Lake county deserting tbei' own standard and going over bodily to the assistance at the Republican machine in distress, and there nre a large number of Democrats in this county, as you all know, who believe It la perfectly proper and legitimate for A pus tin Kmnut or any oilier apostle to aanlre to political control In the state, and who do not seem to appreciate the impossibility at divorcing from ecclesiastical leadership. If wo direct our attention to national taauea, the membership of the party te not ao much divided as ignorant of the basic principles which underlie true democracy. "For years, anj perhaps at no time, h has of rhe Democrats of this county had a Democratic newspaper tn their homes. The people are not to be blamid for this, for tha very good res son that there has been no local Democratic paper to be had. The member of the Democratic party, who ar a hi financially to establish a Democratic paper in Ogden, nu longer ago than last jear treated with contempt the appeal of Henry (iwilltem aad others to save the Journal for the Democratic party, and when it. was presented to them that the paper toilet either fall or re organise, thei. with the ntmosl said, let k die. Ii livus through the grace of Republican i should read "American" Ed) monhope-leaal- ey. "The Democratic parly of We her county stands today without an organ to proclaim Its principles, and. 1 am ashamed to say. without sufficient parti loyalty to support one if It was presented to them a a gift. It has been truly said that a house divided again-- t itself ran not stand, Chicago Cattla. lOt Ca'fle- Herein'. and rniler existing condition it seems Chicago, Nor. 80. Steady; heeves 63. 4007. 25' cow uscle-- s to me attempt to maintain a iind heifers $1 .tftfi 5.21': calves 25. Oo partv organisation upon any issue. fiT.To: atocker and feeders 92.6949 "If the Democratic patty is neither 4 40. for graft nor neatest it. as an effective if it I neither Mr church to 5c f Hogs Receipt S.ftftu. Sitr-nMixed and butchers (; muff In polllirs. nor and rhun-bmehigher. 6.50; g.iod heavy $6.30426.7,0; rough :ir:i!nO them, as a coherent force; if heai' $5 8u4irfi U5; Hah' $5. 9 ft ..IT I; I Ignnrar.- n' ihe principle animat12. pig- - 95. 6506. 15; hulk of ing the national Democracy, and without any mesne of learning them: if 9i;.o;.fiti.4. Sheep Receipt 2.30O. Slow: sheep i: is wi'hoi'f organisation, without Kt. 100 5.50; yearlings 85.S0ft6.4,t; party fealty anil party pride and It is lambs $4. 25 7. 50. all these, as mu know and with?'it any reasonable hope of improvement -- why Kansas City Cattle. should you or I devote time to ita Kansas City. Mo.. Nov. 1ft. Cattle cause? For rut part f do not intend Receipts T.ftOO. Market strong: native tn stand aa the head of a party orsan-iwnn- . era 91 i0 6. 6p- native cow an,1 and endure the humiliation heifers 2 1009.00; s'oekers ami feed- and shame of seeing it used as a buffer$2 7511 4.50: bulls 92.ftft4if3.75: er still a stoolpigeon for the benefit cslve- - 12.7506.25; western :eer $.",. of i he Republican machine when dan500 5.25: western cow $2 (mfi 4 7.o. ger thra:tin it. n.noo Market "if there Is s man in Weber count.. Hugs Receipts si rung bulk of sales $6.17 who believes h- - can rehabilitate the 90.15110.25: packer Ji:.15 puiuy: that he ran create an efferrii-orga0i'. 25. pigs aud lighl 95.6006.22 rrt Ion. party fealti and pr'Je. i :rmt-isubstantial unanimity or opinion an'1 Shep Receipts B.fiOO. Steady m 5005.75. lambs 90 on jtT.fiu: purpose among the Denmeia, of Wp se'her 44 2nV 6 uu fed eat hr;- -i in:;. . mid iha' In- ru' r.u $1 .1" b enough money t'om 'hem to own a 3-- ARTHUR LIVINGSTONE IMPROVES Recovered From the Effects of Hia Fall. Ha Has Almeat Arthur IJvingstnne. who wa Injured in the canyon two week ugo Sunday hv falling over a cliff, ia able iim-more to lie out and enjoying af icrmion drives with frintl who ban-beevery solicitous aa to his heal'h Inc the accident. Kvery attention toaa'Ueen shown this young man hr his noineroua friend and he eannnt find word anltahle enough to express Ms done. appreciation for nil that ha- He speak In the highest praise of th work accomplished by hia fur bringing him around in such a short he is leased in think liiaf time and toy next month he will he able i on his l'jng jourr.cy to Smith anil from there cross over m Kunuw. where he will oure mors nnv: iii mother and slater. who are a l (he present time unaware of 'litwhich has detained him from the i -- ip -- lcn phy-u-j- abroad K sal. - n! n r,r iahV- The the R fu. Il-- t mi ),: Twenti 'bird. n . . MllliMNIi'S exitvtui brought u mau.v uew Kuita uul routs auil the style are an different and ex- clusive to what you aee elsewhere anil the agftotl tnent i 6si lively the largest iu the city. The wtyle, cut aud tiuitdi you always know ia right at thia more. We have plH4ed ou HIlvl'IAL SAI.K one hundred Suita and in many caen the jiriei iiUK been rut iu two. They won't last loug anti by securing oue of tliewe auita you get f the btyit money buy for about iiA actual value. Social iudurenieuta all through the store Monday. whatever to that phase of the J. W. GUTHRIE PASSES one-hal- AWAY ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENT BANKERS IN UTAH. IT PAYS TO BUY AT Fienssr's Death Waa Caused by Bright's Disease Illness of Sheri Duration. BURTS J. W. Guthrie, president of the Commercial National lisnk. died at 6 ill) yesterday morning at the end of a brief lllnesa that took him away from his duties at the bunk In October. He passed away peacefully, surrounded by his fondly and near relatives, at hia rooms In the Henly house. Tu the last minute of his life Mr. Guthrie retained a clear mind, and was able to can i erse with hli dear ones. Death came quietly and the moment of transition waa scarcely dlscsraable. 19. Mr. On the morulng of Oct. Guthrie dressed, to repair to the bank at the usual hour. He was not feeling In the beat ot health, and shortly after leaving the hotel, sustained a chill that left him weak and Incapable of work. Medical aid waa called, but no appnahenaion was felt over hia condition aa of late he haa teen accustomed to bad apella. ant regardsd. Iiowaver aa serious. Through the latter part at October and part of November he grew avadlly worse, until death wa oaljr a question at time. Although possessed at a remarkable I waa only nominally chairman-th- e work being done by the acting chair- constitution for a man of hia years, he man, and It waa well done, so for aa be waa unable to wlthetiuid the complicawas concerned I do not feel tl.at I tion of kidney and lung trouble. John William Guthrie was born of oan justly remain even nominally at the need of an organisation In whose a fine old Southern family, whose anusefulness I hav lost faith. My rea- cestors came to America In IG3u. Hia Ken- 13-1- If 1111 oom-mln- one-tent- Deposits 9008.754.500; decrease Bpeele Chairman of Democratic County Says tne Damscrats Are Ignorant and Indifferent. Rebuild the old ship, or sink her!" Stoutly denying that his resignation was to become an entering wedge for the establishment of the American party in this county and city, Johnson mslntsmed that he bad not as yet made up his mind with what political party he would cast his lot. rl have not, aud ns for as 1 know now, will never have any counecltuu with the American party, said he. Neither can I say at the preseut moment whether or not 1 shall become a Republican. I have given no thought - THEY HAVE ARRIVED Jewel Steel Range, -- Heating Stove or Buggy on parents settled ta Shelby county. tucky, where he waa born. January Amid the peaceful life of 23, 1X30. the fiouth, he passed hia early years oa a form, and learned early the secret of Southern hospitality, something that marked hli life throughout, and won him friends, many and true. The schools cf Cranfordsvllle gave him a liberal education. In Indiana, where hia parents moved from Kentucky, he spent twelve years of hia life, 'uneventfully, until the Gold fever," that drew all eyes toward California, enticed him weak la a company of twenty, bound for the golden land, all adventurers at that character which bullda empires and establishes commonwealths, he made hia way to New York by rail and stage coach and from thence proceeded northward until the chores of California stretched away in all their wild beauty, hut with no Indications of the life In the interior. For three years Mr. Guthrie cast hia lot with that valiant band of fortune seekers that ultimately turned from the gold fields to the soli and Its tilling. Then In 1855 he journeyed to the old home to visit hia parents. During the eight months that be remained he was made a Mason In Montgomery Lodge No. 50, at Easy Terms Burton Implement Co Crawfordavllla, In 1906 Mr. Gnthrie celebrated hia fiftieth anniversary as a Maaon and had the distinction of being one at the oldeet Masons In Ogden and the Went. He was made a Royal Arch Mason at North Ban Juan, Cal., and later a Knights Templar In Nevada City. In all his career aa a Maaon Mr. Guthrie has responded to any call made un him for charitable purposes and haa marked hia life by hia generosity In supporting anything worthy of aid. In 1356 he returned to California and made his residence In North San Juan, engaged in business there, and waa counted one of the substantial rl'lzena of the community. When the I'nion Pacific waa progressing westward and creating opportunity and cities in its path, he moved to Corinne, engaged In the rosnniisslon business, the first house of Its hind established In I'ltei. Things prospered well at Corinne. The entire business of mirth- era I'tah was conducted through his house, so thst he established the bank- Ing house of J. W. Guthrie A Company, which institution handled the cash of the town until recent years. Not many years etyfr he had been te Corinne the promising future of Ogden drew his attention ami energies and the banking house of J. V. Glth-ri- e A Company was established In In a little From a business 1872. shack. It grew to occupy the position that it occupies today, aa one of the foremost Institutions in the city. In the development of tho hank the name was changed to Ihe Commercial National. Mr. Guthrie's business lias boon without reproach. He wp esteemed hy his associate sml regarded as a conservative and valuable cirLcn. Tn recent years he retired from activity. bur never deserted hie c'.ait at the bank, where his familiar figure was as a tend mark In the progress of a healthy business. Kin cheerfulness and optimism were known tu many who learned to respect him for hia Ideal nature. Mr. Guthrie leNres a widow and one rhl'J. Mrs. A. FI. Hoy. wood. Tvi limiiicrs and one sister in Indiana have neon nitifi'';l i:f his death. A Ihe time d hia death the ilecesa-- I I Upright Pianos With ejqtiixite tone, cuality aud wonderful power, 1'iniioH that, will not only aatiafy but delight the moiK critical musician. The cane designa are niodeln of Iwauty and eleganci. The purchase of one of Om Pianos crcr was 75 years old. Will give yon s1dc ctniHe is' miqucMtioiisibly Barnes Music Store 2516 Washington Opera House Block Ave. CTMfflumaag TRANSPORTED TO FORT RENO. CARD PARTY AND TANGE Sin An.onin. Text, Nuv. In. were received her io vend four the lsiiali Coun- mirv.-i.iV.lf the Twenty-sixtmfen-t- " 19lui. (ig.'s anil :i Uck,,. un ' ihei !, lxt Ur-ric- Mil! Ik given by cil. .November 21. Admisduu 2,"c. for Tltatiksgiving. Onr sniierjnr to all other. nigi-- mi a sp(.cisl tisin No infuima- - t4"n can be obtained as to the stains offpffairs at Fort Henri, but there la a feport that ihe negroes who wer recently dishonorably discharged os the order ,f the President are cau and that thF Ing milch irmthlc rhe-pt he af jnsi xs e -n pOMsiolc.