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THE MOUSING EXAMINER: 6 Music & Art Instructors JOSEPH MUSICIANS PROTECTIVE UNION be" eecoaa Meeta at Iaum 1aI 5' Sunday of each mouth, Chaa. William preeldeat; r. BALLANTYKE. Director Ogden Tab rnacta Chain Voie Building Specialty, btufcla 2532 Orchard Awe. d estover. eecratary. L. W. FORD Orcheetral leader. Violin laatructor. 132 Poplar av Bell phene 679-- W. 1. BTOWELL Teacher ef Guitar, ManJolln and ririin. S43 27th St. 13 'phene l1u GHAi C. THATCHER, Arranger of MUal nr Orchestra ana Band. Theatrical Pianist, 333 Wean. Ave lad. 'phene 743. Instructor a Pen Studio 250 Uncola Av MISS BLARA Loachousky Method. cr, 330 Taonty-tmr- RUTH E. PROUT of Violin and Plane, 246 Van Buran Ave. readier d Ww Violin Instructor. OrchestralAva. Jeflcieea 372: o specialty. CENT MOWERV Teacher ef Finn w. Piano Theory. L w. Work, 153 2atii SL Roll 'phono ISA ' tar. Ns ERNEST M. W. JONES Plano, Cabinet, Organ and Hon many. Studio 3343 Wash. Av Studio 2929 Teacher Adana Phono BLAIR HENRY Ween. Coll v 111! oo 753. ' Plane, Ini 46 MISS OLGA WEHRENO, Toochor of Singing. 47S-V- . 230S Adorno avo. Roll phono MRS. S, E. REDFIELO Toaenei r Plana I4S TS" third St. no Studio 251 Twenty Vocal Lee Plan Tuner an( tan and action roguiatln MRS. TILUE N. BLASDEL. Canes ft Pianist 72-Z- - ACDIE J. PAERY Instructor on Piano, Org puroy, Teacher of Violin; oiao Orehootral SALTER. Adam Studio Roll Phone 71SZ. Washington MISS ALMA BAUER Toochor of Plano. Loechotraky Avo. Method. Studio E30S Adorno MRS. MARY L. SHIPP, Mae dell Reedianeo 104 Sid Sb Ind Phene Tnaehtr ef Guitar and led. ART e ' ADA C. RARRATT MRS. J. U HERRICK. Loooono la china painting. Firing Teacher of piano and vocal Studio, Ogden (Wednesday and Thursday,) 2643 Llnceln ava. Studio, Salt Lake City21 (Monday, Kendall Friday and Saturday,) Sguare, cul- ture- MISS .GERTRUDE specialty. Complete china and material. Wash, ava, n, Plena (Leachatraky Instructor a white "M Studio 2750 ' MISS MARIE A. ADAMS laatructor In Art; Drawing. OIL Water Color and China Painting. Stun i 2430 Lincoln Avo RIDDLE Method) Studio 2464 Madlsen Ave, Real Estate Agents Per Bargain In 7 Sale celumw. Ogdon and outside prepertUi see Classified - ik-- 6.-1- 5: t1-- SHOW WALL STREET STOCKS CONFUSED CONDITION. Sheep Receipt sheep 83.75fr5.4f; - York. Xo. 26. I' infusion of sentiment was discerns-bi- t in lire movement of pi Ices of of the today and ibe trading was contracted largely. were Ml largely in tiie bunds f professional traders. Their roufu-stowas due to the failure to flod any effective leadership by important iiansartiona or any appreciable lullow m. The show of etrrug'h after the mixed tone at the opening bad an encouraging effect and was Interpreted as sn assertion of putter to support the market against such pressure as tha which came upon the market toward the close uf last week. Tile way lu which lii eat Northern p ret erred wet anetaiued after a furtuer decline wav especially effective in reassuring seat! turn 1. The buying which followed came from professional trader who thought they read an intention on the part of the powerful operators to renew the advance in prlcea. When they became distrustful of this intention stocks were resold and the course of prices was retraced on the late decline. The further drop in prices of a 67 Barley Cash 41 56. Dec. $4.1504.35. Timothy Flax and rlover. uo trading. Wool. Mo, Nov. 26. Wool-Ste- ady ; territory and western medium 23fr 27; fine medium 18021; fine St. Louio. 14frl7. Kansas City Cettlo. Kansas City, Mu.. Nov. 26. Cattle Receipts 14.060. Market ateady to ahade lower; native steer $4.25fr 6.75; native cows and heifers $2.o0fr5.25: locker and feeders $2.6flfr'4.C0; bulls $2. 25(14. H; calve Attorneys a Ita ration ahop work, parch and window aoreonlng. 2120 Royal Ave, Bell phono 171-- Sheep Receipts 6.000. Steady; mut$4.5005.76: lambs $5.7507.-40- ; range wethers $4.2506.00; fed ews $4.0005.25. Masonry and Cement Contractors 3 and Counselors. Flret Nat Bank Bldg, VOLNEY C. GUNNELL Office 2403 Washington Ava. R. 8. FARNSWORTH Attomey-et-Lew- . S14 end 315 Ecclee Building. M. D. LESSENGEK Atterney-st-Lew- . 308 Ecclee Building. j Room and 31 Flint Net Bonk. 32, Contractor and builder. Repairs, I j j 07 tons despMTight WITH k MUD BEAR HUNTER SAVED HIMSELF BY ING A KNIFE. US- One Mon Killed in tha Mountains of Pennsylvania Narrow Escapes. SAN FRANCISCO STOCK8. Nov. 26. Deaths and narrow escapes from I wars are beginning flttaburg. to be reported here, (nat night a party of hunlera arrived from Elk county, brought in the account of the death of John Dicht, eighteen year old, who woo killed hy a bear on Saturday, From Tldloube, in Warren countv, a thrilling encounter with a large biack bear waa reported 1 which the hunter narrowing oecaped. of Eaat Pittsburg, Henry Brad-lewho la connected with the Westings house Electric Co., while hunting, hot a bear in the flank. Maddened by the pain, the bear rushed toward the hunter and Bradley emptied his repeater at the animal as It descended upon him, five of the bullet taking effect, but only tending to Increooe its fury. Just as the enraged boar reached him and prepared to strike him down, Bmdiey threw away hlo gun, which waa now uoeless, and drew his hunting knife. Plunging it into the animal to the hilt, he reached the heart and had the satisfaction of seeing the animal drop dead at hlo feet. Bradley escaped with o few scratches. Interstate Brokerage Company Nov. GREAT WORK OF A NEGO. Booker Washington Is Producing ber, Industrious Mon. Contracting' Plumbers So- New York. Nov. 26. Andrew Carnegie. according to Booker T. Washington, who spoke last night at the rnlrersallst church of tbe Divine Paternity, buys hi shoes at Tuakegee, Alabama, where they are made by colored student. Tbe speaker said the students In the 7ISc. THE OGDEN PLUMBING CO. It will pay you to see uo before contracting, Prompt attention to oil klndo of plumbing. 2629 Madison Ball phono L. ZITZMAN. Plumbing and heating. Pump work, 2269 Wash. Avo. Boll Phono 664 h, Rooidonco S19-y- . 613-- A. W. MEEK. HALVERSON BROS, General Plumbing. Estimates on Plumbing and Heating. Romovod from the 25th SL shop to 2541 application. 24104 Wash., basement Ball phone . x Avo. Wash. Ind. 622-y- phono. JOHN KRUMFERMAN, WXJ. DALLMORE, Licensed Sanitary Plumber. Wash ova. Bell phene 118-X- . Plumbing: Estimates Furnished application. 322 24th SL 2352 Ind. SIS. 'phono no 9 308-- Z. .. r-c- JOHN E. BAGLEY. Attorney- - $59 I CALVIN STUART, Torn Dec.. 4.1c. 42V. 427': May. past year mad 2.O09.UOO bilck. There 4?,.,r. 43 43V; July. 44V. are, he said, more than 1,000. . stu4:.r, 44 V. 44kfr4SC-t'atstates dents, representing thirty-siIhc.. 33c. 33 V. 33V: May. and twelve foreign countries. 33 3fic; July, 35V. 34V, 32Tc, The value of the Institute property, 32vfrS::-- . he said, is now ISOO.OOO. It baa an enIhirk-Ja- u.. 814 65. II4.4U. $14,474; dowment of $1,5:10,000, for the mateMay. $14.85. $14,674. $14.75. rial increase of which there is an actLord Nov.. $9.4n, $9,074. $9.20: ive campaign no hand. f N.H5, 6.52',. $8,624: Jan., "We are changing the ideal of the $K.,r. 8.32 4. $8.44: (f.3H. lilock race," declared Dr. Mh. Washington. $K.:tu. $8 3i. We are teaching them that labor is ribs-Ja- n.. Short $7.75. $7 624. iMiuorahle and that tdleneas Is not, 7 May. $7,774. $7.821,. and they are recognising it. too. We have graduated 6.0011 students, ('ash quotations were as follows: and they are for the most part sober, Wheat No. 2 spring. 78fr84r; No. industrious, useful men and women." ;t. 73fjs3t-- ; No. 2 rod. 72fflfr 734c. 1 General Cony-actoand build. th SL boil phono STbo. r west- ern cows $2. 4i6 4. no. lings - Receipts 9, dial. Market 5c to 10c lower; bulk of sales $6.006. 10; heavy 16.10 6.15: packers $6.05 6.12 pigs and lights $5.656. s 440-4- $2.75fr6.-75- : western steers $3.6065.25; Chicago, Nov. 56. The leading futures ranged an follows: Wheat - Due,, 73Vic, 72 V, 73 V; Attorney ct-nt- 13-1- CHICAGO FUTURES. Rooms 7 wo new stocks made their appearance ou the board tor the first time, namely, the Yellow Rose and the Nevada Utils Florence, both Nevada properties, a block of each being sold at 16 and 23 respectively. During the regular call a total of 13.9'K) shares changed hands, representing a total valuation of $7. 921. ad, the open board aalea amounting tu 13,775 shares at a worth uf $10,257. Sugar end Coffee. New York, Nor. 26. Sugar Raw-Qu- iet; centrifufair refining 3 molasses sugar gal 96 test X 2 refined steady; crushed $5.5u; powdered $4.89; granulated $4.80. COFFEE Steadj : No. 7 Rio T Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par value, $1,458 ,( in. J.'. 8. 2s registered declined 14 per rent on call. V. Cash Kye- lir. 79c. 78 7-- aes-slo- n tires Northern ore rights, "when lamed." as they are quo'ed on the curb had a large influence in turning the market (towards again. Tl e decline in these rights serves to discredit the extensive rise which occurred In the price of Urest Northern preferred on the speculative buying in anticipation of tbe distribution. The treatment of loans In which ( ires' Northern preferred serve as collateral when the new cenlllroleo ore issued la 0 complicating factor. The wraknuso of the new rights on the curb would add to their unattractive-nes- s for inclusion In the collateral for ouch loans. The coll money loan mar-ac- t relaxed today and no immediate pressure was enforced on the stock market on that account. The inovo-u.eof currency to San Francisco rouilnues, $5iH).fO0 beln gtrsnoferred t.i that point through the today and precedent! indicate that this movement may reach several million dollars. Further shipment tu the cotton regions also are likely. The a Ktitloa of the Bank of England to grow stronger. Tke tone of Lv.noon financial comment shows, however, that t possible renewal of a Ct.aiand for gold from New York is o much dreaded to a riimpllcotlng factor In that market as that from any other source. A rise in the Bank of England rate to 7 per rent before the end of the year would have so usntaglng an effect on English trade and on foreign markets generally that it would counterbalance an advantage lna New York from securing more gold from that market. The conaervailon of the surplus rare rve of the 1nlted States treasury that may be ehtployed for relief of the local market up to this time keeps up eonllilence by their availability ou any violent sign uf money stringency. The immediate course of ihe government tevenue operations Is absorbing but little from the market, the excess of tecelpts over exports thin far this month reaching only S3.337.IMai. Tbo weekly report of the Bank uf fiermsny showed an improvement la condition, but in a moderate degree, considering the heavy banking requirements to be My. HAS 5-- 3-- a j Steady; lambs I4.50fr7.6t1. So.es for Soooion Were Small and Chicago Produce. Chicagu. Nov. 26. Clone: fliers Woo a Lock of Wheat Dec. 73 14. May 78 InterosL 4 43 Corn Dec. 43 fr May 35. Oats Doc. 33 14: May May $14.73 Pjrk Jan. $14.47 Fait Lake, Nov. 26. The murulng 14.75. was a quiet utia ou the flour of the Lsrd Jan. $8.37 12. May Is. 35. local excuange. The aalea tor the Ribi-J- an. May $7.-8- 2 $7.6. were aiuall and a general lack 12. of interest characterised the proceed-ing- to Half Million Dollars Transferred Sen Francisco Through the SALT LAKE MINING MARKET A DULL DAY. $5.95476.15. due to a supposition that they were iie.iig bought for nontrol and connection by a larger system. St. Haul and Inlon Pacific suffered especially n company with Great Northern preferred and the price level during the afternoon got generally hekiw Hatur-:1y closing. Blight rallies on short left the closing tone Irregu AGEE, CHEZ A M'CRACKEN 27. MINING MARKET Market 50Roceipi loner; mixed and butcher $5.8V 6.2: good heavy fi. t'ufr 0.20; ruugn heavy 5.8ii(! 5,9:: lipti' $5.85 pigs $5.Hfr a : bulk of eaiee MARKET mei in December. There was some special strength in Mifoouri, Kansas and Texas stocks, ; s .). Hogs n A M. PANTONE r. p. hunter Toochor of Guitar and Mandolin. (Moravian Syatom). Ala Plena. Studio 2243 Quincy Ava HRs. MOUXING, NOVEMBER weet-leiner- sttM-k- s Piano Tmcw Stroot. TI'EhPAY L:TAD, beeves It. 0007 t"' rcs and heifers fl .6005.25; otoi ker slid leedero fesaus $:i.iiij4.66; $5,759 f3.SHfrri.ir'; STOCK V'- IDA M. CASSIN OGDEN, Plasterers Contracting Local Union No. 252 -- j i i font E. T. HULANISKI i Attomey-ot-Low- Roomo (la's V. Flret Net Bank Bid 21-2- 2 Twenty-fourt- h Grocery. . SL. over Richarri-eon'Ind. phene 64, City Florists No. 2 2 Flsx seed e -- No. 1, NOT DEAD. BUT LIVING. yellow, white, No. 2 white. 2140344c. I,ye No 2, 644 065C. ilsricy- - F.iir ta nialiina, T. R. O'CONNELLY. 334 2. a:'.e: No. .64c; I Attorney-at-Law- No. 2. 44c; l. V. . $1.11; No. Decatur. Ills., Nor. 26. Chief nr Police Albert stated today that informa-iohad Juet dime to him tending to prove that Mont Rchultc. who was bell eve, 1 to have been accidentally drowned. Or.t. 26th. In the river here, was nut drowned, hut had left the 3 jiff n 4 Mi norlh-iiinr- 1 $1.18. ITItne timothy seed. $4.;;o l''ovr. cnntrnct graiti-s- . $. Shiirt rih. side tUrnsei, ' 4u. sa.iHi-- u i'4. Mess pork, per bbl.. $15 oil. Innl. ler llat lbs., $9.2" Short clenr sides Ihoxcd). $8.274 Jt S Yi'hlskot. ImVlh of hiah wines, $1.29. ship-rien- t. Mils 34,t:'j'i Wheat . tn. Receipts. bit.: 25.2u(l 00000600000000 ship-no-11- 267.4'u) Cirn 11. tn:s. nu. Keceipts. I'.'J.Jh-- Oats O 117.6i.tO bn.: shlp- - o o O i 171. 200 hit.; shlp- - bit. O REBEL BAND CAUGHT O O Cjptured by Rural Guard and To- - O ken to Clenfuegos. O O Washington Nov. 26. 80c re- - O the follow- - O lary Taf1 from Governor O ing dipni-!Migoon 'nilaY at Havana, as O O O O IiMi'B. 12.fUU hu. 87.400 hu.; shlp-tu- i O t.vrlcy m s i;3.2mi bn. O O On tlte pnaliice exchange today the O follows. ' r O market was steady "Har'd uf Cirnfuego overhaul- 21 19 ft 25c. O ed by of Rnral 2't4r: dairies. stBg.ty a- mark csm-- Incltided. O Guards under command of Tap- first b, 21c; prime flrets, .tr.c; O tain Ijiiudii'i. They were taken 32c. O Into rust-jdand disarmed with O difficulty and are now being tead. Rand O bmp. gin in Vnfuegoe. O vi coniimi'i of eight men.' Chicago Cattle. Not 26. Tattle Beceip' O I '7 "u Mar..et 10 tu 15c 2it:t.2-'(- i hve -- Hcec'.p;. a.i.niil hu.: ship- - i u'-e- ' i'e s Directory of tne o NEGROES PAS8 RESOLUTIONS. Seattle. Wash., Nor. 26. As a result of President Roosevelt's recent set In discharging colored soldiers of the Twenty-fiftinfantry for riotous conduct at Brownsville, Texas, the negroes of Seatilc yesterday passed resolutions condemning the course of those who were guilty, hut deploring the President's action in dlacharging the entire bartailun without ascertaining who the guiity ones were. It was resolved to petition congress to eihnnorate throe soldiers who did nor participate in the riot and restore them ro the service. h Hnr-riao- n PUBLISHING INDUSTRIAL F. Themes, Manager. All kind ef Book and Job Ing. Basement 24CS Wash. Beil 'phene. of Onden Gty A. L. SCOVILLE B. DENKERS, All Klndo of Job Printing Neatly Wash. dona. (Union Shop.) 2349 Avo. Ind. 'phono 21S. PRESS. Printero. Embeeaere and Station era. Opposite PeetoffSca. Beth 2 O STRUCK BY STREET CAR. O O t. Lou's. Ntv. 26. Cornelius O wa.i probably fatally injured and O his wlfo suffered serious wounds lost O night when their automobile was hit O by a street and cut in two. The o daughter. Mile Mary Hnrrlson. an.l O Th'-maHohan. the chauffeur, escaped u', mintif bruiaes. ocoooooooooooo JOB PIINTEIS a n-- ;.n Receipts and Shipments. 26 Sun bbl.; floiir - nnintry It appeared that Schullse had taken off his clothing and gone Into the river late uf night t disentangle a fishing line. All his money anl clothing seemed in bine been left on the river bank or at home. It Is said, with him and prothat be had cured other clu'hlng. deceiving even the friend a- - the river with him. He was a prominent member of several secret aocleiw- - He had $7,000 life Insurance. ptionaa. a WOODY PRINTING CO. J. Printing that Attracts. Book binding, all otyla. 2379 Wash. Av Both 'phones. CO-B- . Print Ava A. T. HESTMARK. Printer and bookmaker. Sped Punches for loose leaf ledgers. . 2409 T. F. LOUGHRAN. Our object ie to giva you value received. We want pleased patrons the kind that stay. 2214 Wash, Wash. Ave. Bell 'Phorfo 142-k- eve., upstairs. A Directory of PhotOgraphCTS L. WEBER, KODAK Both 'phonos. J. C. GASBLntik Photographer Outdoor views mid promptly, 176 2Sth at Both 'phooea at FINISHING Engagement made for reeldenee end view work. 3428 Grant73-- ava, near poatofflea. Bril 'phone Photographer. Every variety of photo art work. 2439 Wash. avo. en .