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EXAMIXEi:: TIIE MOTIXIXG t CODEX. WEDNESDAY 63.006 5.35; southern oows $2.0iifi 3.25; native cows and heifers (i.tMii 62.252.-69- ; Stockers and bulls 12.15ft 3J5; ulve 6.5u: western steer 3.4u6.50; western Cows 6t.2r.g4.uO. Market 5c 7.t) j". loaar; bulk uf sales $6.3u46-8o- ; 16.25 packers heavy 56.2566.32 . 66.8i; pigs and lights8.600. Market Sheep Receipt lambs strong. Muttons $4.ot65-75- ; 56.eu67.50; range wethers (4.506 50. C.50; fed ewes 4.08-tr- STOCK Music & Art instructors UTAH, MARKET Hogs-Recei- pts 95.61-66-35- WALL STREET STOCKS RESPOND TO RELIEF MEASURE. Greatly Increased Speculation in the Congested Stocks. Which Are CRISIS IN FIGHT AGAINST Recognised Favorites. CATHOLIC CHURCH IN FRANCE. Papers Warn Pape Against Resistance to Demands of Government. Thera waa a prun.pt and emphaiir reepoune today by the niuiiey market end took market to the relief measure by the treasury department for money stringency, auaouaeed at Washington after the market had closed yesterday. The of the price level at the opening of the stock market was almost spasmodic In itt violence. The emphasis of the response to the action of the secretary of the treasury was a surprise in view of the general expre-slo- a of opinion that the amount of assists see toresult to the mosey market would be moderate. It is aot supposed that any means to he supplied by the plan became Immediately available to the money market today, and it Is considered probable that there may be considerable delay la the total amount becoming mailable. Of the (16,900,096 of deposits to be made with the hanks but (1J06.009 will come directly from the New York banks, the remainder being distributed amongst hanks la ten other cities with the likelihood that these outside banks who have to make efforts to secure proper bonds as aeourly for the government. The offer to purchase government moods Is always alow to brlag response and the terms offered by the treasury to provide no premium over the current open market price for the bends. The ready response of the stock market to this Influence was regarded as evidence at the strong latent sentiment on too buying side which existed In the market. It was evident also that a abort interest of unsupported proporionu waa left la a vulnerable position by tho easing of the money market with the technics of the bear acoountl n the stock market lavolvea not only tho buying of stocks but the leading of money. Tho recast high money ratal, therefore, offered attrac-tloa- a for tho short aid of the market not only speculative chance at a fall In prices of stocks, hut for tho profit In landing money. The increased peculation today waa largely congested in stocks which are the recognised favorites for operations by poola and groups of largo capitalists. The Jump In Sl Paul was accompanied bv of an early announcement of rights to new stock. Reading and Amalgamated Copper waa affected by gossip of Intended dividend Increases. An overextended abort Interest was credited with spools! Influence la the rise In Canadian Pacific to a record prtoe. Tho continued to absorb funds from the market, and 150,009 was deposited for traaafar to New Orleans, 'it waa a subject of comment that no part of tho Intended government deposits had boon sat aside for Man Francisco, notwithstanding the large part played by demands from that city In the depletion of cash holdings In New York. Profit taking unsettled the lata market somewhat and the closing waa Irregular. Bonds were steady. Total sales, par value, fit, 582,000. United States bonds were all unchanged on call. New Y.rk, Roc. 11. ooeoooooooooooo o O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O n 9r bargain In OQdsn and auteide prapertlaa Claea'Wed fialoa cahiwn. y - CHICAGO fUTUREB., The leading futures ranged as follow: Wheat Dec... 71, 74. May, 7914. 71. 7Vh. 74; May, 42. 44. 42044; July,. 3A; 44. 44, 44. Oats Deo., 34. 34. 14; May. 36; July, 84. 22. 33H&. 25. Pork Jan.. 116.00, (15.10; I Corn-De- 41, c., 3. (15.77, May, (16.25, (16.02V,, (10.05. Lard -- Dec., (H.67. $8.65, (6.67. (8.67, (8.60; 66X7.. (1.77. (5.67, Short Hiba Jan., (fl.4i. (8.42; May, (8.55, (8.55, $8.45, Jan.. (6.65; May, (8.40, 68.50. Cash quotations were ss follows: Flour steady. Wheat No. 2 spring, 799)86;- N. 7484; No. 3 red, No. 3, 74(44?. 45; Corn 47. Unts-N- o. 2. 34; No. 2 3. yellow, No. 2 white. 36 33. ; No. 3 white. Rye No. 2. fitter ti&. Fair to rholca malting, 49 Harley 55. Flaxseed No. 1. 1.14; No. 1 northwestern, 1.22. Timothy seed. 4.3434.50. Clover, contract grades, 18.75. Short ribs sides lionise). H.2598.75; mess pork, per hbl, 16 00; lard, per ion lbs. 8.70; short clear sides ( boxed) 9.iiiiM).13. Whiskey, basis of high wines, Receipts and Shipments. Flour Receipts. 34.300 bbls; ments. 15.800 Mils. Wheat -- Receipts 71.000 bn.; ments. 40.600 bn. Com- - Receipts, 276.000 bu.; 1.29. shipshipship-men- 311,01)0 hu. Ousts Receipts. 325.500 bu.; 311,000 bu. Rye - Rirelpts, 34.000 bu.; 12.4UO bn. Harley--Receipt- s. ments. 50.200 bu. EXPELLED. Paris. Dec. 11. Munsignor Montagaiai. secretary uf the papal nunciature her since therecall of the nuncio, was arrested this afternoon upon an order expelling him from France sadwill be conducted to the frontier tonight. The resident of Mgr. Mont agnlnl wag searched by the police. Immense quantios of docu- meats found at the nunciature sure seised and taken to polio headquarters. A courier from the papal sen-rotary of state. Cardinal MerIT del Yal, bearing dispatches from Romo, was turned bark at the frontier today. OOOOOOOOOOOOOOO ra Real Estate mAg'ents POPES REPRESENTATIVE ship-iiu-bi- s. aMp-inent- a. Ut.H'in bu.; ship- O O o O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O o I.lOTiNiNC., ! I I PErElfBF.R 12, MINING MARKET SALT LAKE STOCKS HAVE FAIR AMOUNT OP BUSINESS. Columbus Canaslidated in th Lead-A- lts Stack in Demand Among Brokers. Salt Lake, Dec. 11. The real fea- ture of the forenoon trading on tha floor of the Salt Lake Stock and Mining exchange was the demand for Columbus Consolidated. Inquiry elicited the information lhat tha orders placed In the hand of broker for execution came from the east. There waa very little buying for local account, and it la believed to be the purpose of the directors to post the intlal dividend about . the first uf the year. It has been known for sometime that Manager Jacob aou has been In favor of giving seme return to shareholder about New Yearn and it look aa If he had won his colleagues over to hia way of thinking. The company is in shape m pay dividends. It is claimed that the treasurer has in Us possession at the present time more than $Jii9.9u6 and the corporation la still out of debt. On top of the announcement that the control of the Carina mine in ihr Tintlc district had passed to eastern parties came a drop In the selling price of that stock. The market for these shares opened weak and tha closing as lea waa marked up to 89 oents. Beck Tunnel continued In good form, aa did Little Chief and May Day. The closing quotations and sales were: Paris, Dec. 11. This is an historic day for (0000. The struggle, which began la 1(60 with the banishment of the Jesuits, ended today with the legal rupture of the hood which for practically a thousand uninterrupted yearn had united church and state. By refusing to make tho required declarations under the public meeting law of 1851, public Catholic worship, except by schismatic organizations, tomorrow becomes Illegal. The arenas In soma of the churchea wore extremely touching. Not la yearn had there been suck an attendance at mass. Tho number of women was specially Urge and waa noteworthy aa Indicating Ota religions indlfferenee of the mall population. Although seven-eighth-s of tho lnhabitanta of this city are nominally Catholics, la no parts of tho city were the churches crowded. Evan at Nutra Daraa cathedral, when a solemn high mass waa celebrated, the edifice waa only half Iliad. The officiating clergy road the regular offices for the week aa usual, without referring to their illegal status tomorrow. Nevertheless, the depreaaioa at tha Catholics waa manifest. Many woman emerged from tha cathedral, their eyas streaming with team sad they lingered on the pavement to discuss what to do whan the clergy am turned out of their churches. But. on tha era of the struggle, it la becoming more apparent that both tha government officiate and higher are resisting the advtca of the Intemperate. Minister of Public Worship Brland announces that the government rsnnot be driven Into the trap of closing the churches, end Cardinal Richard, archbUhop of Parle, has strongly censured the placarding of appeals to Catholics to make vioSAN FRANCISCO STOCKS. . to the officer. "No lent resistance violence,- he says, "but passive resistIntaratata Brokerage Company ance to the unjust law, after exhaustDoc. 11, 1906. ing all protests at every step. as so for the This la tha disposition higher ecclesiastics are concerned, hut their followers evidently have no Intention to submit and are preparing to assume the role of martyrs, abandon tha churchea and organtce private worship. Cardinal Rlrard and many of the bishops have already begun the removal of their private effects from the ecclesiastical mansion and the elorgy era preparing to leave their rectories and move Into hired lodging. It la announced that tho parish price! have received many offers of place la which to hold religious services, but there ta not the slightest Indication that they Intend to take advantage of the solo remaining chance to retain their churchea, namely, by making the declarations called for by the law. The government realises that additional legislative power ta neeeaaary and will accordingly ask parliament for It Receivers have been appointed everywhere to adeume charge of the churches sequestered property, and three policemen will be stationed tomorrow at the doors of each of the churches to report violations f the law. but. aa auch violations can only be tried in the police courts and aa the penalty is only fifteen francs fine and fifteen daya Imprisonment, with the right of appeal, sterner measures will lie nerexsary. The tone of the Republican press of all shades Indicates that If the Pope Imagines that uncompromising attitude will compel the French government to open negotiations with the Vatican, he has woefully mistaken the temper of the people, which favors a more hostile rather than a more conciliatory attitude. The Republlque Francois says: The time has passed when a Pope could to threaten release successfully French subjects from thlr allegiance. Defiance of the law will only expose the priests to being regarded as llie subjects of foreign power hv which they would forfeit, their rights as Frenchmen." ' CONGRATULATES FRANCE. On the produce exchange today the butter market waa aieady; creameries. Rome.Dvc. 11. Signor Mirabelli, ReJ2fr31; dallies. 20ti27. Fes steady at mark rise included. publican at the opening of today's ses203 36; firsts, 31; prime firsts. 31; ex- sion of the chamber of deputies, which a resolution waa tras. 36. Cheese steady. 13JM4. adopted to the effect that the chamber to sends its wurni congratulations France on the policy Chicago Produce. , which It Is as tending to Chicago. Dec. It. Close; aernlarise the state and render the Wheat-D- ec. 74 May 79 ft human conscience independent. Corn Dec. 42 12ff5-8- ; May 43 anti-cleric- ! full-wing- 8 Oats Dec. .34; May 36. P'lrh Jan. 115.06; May $16.05. Urd Jan. 88.80; May 8.87 Ribs Jan. $8.42 May (1.47 MUST GET OUT. Pari. Dec. 11. Formal notice waa served during the day on Cardinal " V50. Richard. Archbishop of Paris, and the Rye Cash dilArGS. bithxps and pari-- h priest of this deBarley43855. partment. that they must evacuate Flax, clover an.! timothy, no trading. tbelr residences tomorrow. Similar notices were nerved on the Sugar and Coffes. clergy in the other districts notifying New York, Dec. 11 them to leave their residences on Sugar Raw ccntrlf-:ga- l Jteady; felr refining I Thursday or Friday. 96 lest 3 In the hope cf affecting a com pro moiaasea sugar : Refined steady; crashed 5.60; mine several deputes, healed by Get 4.9:'; granulated 4.95. l,eyguef. radical Republican and ex COFFEE No. 3 Rio 7 minister of the colonies, have tele graphed to the mayor of the com Kansas City Cattle. mune. asking them tn Induce two Kansiis CRy. Dec. 11. Cattle Re-- Catholic laymen from each pariah to ; 0,1(1, lni'lmllng 500 southern. make the declaration under the law M;:rfcei steady ta shade lower. Native of 189, which the Pope has forbidden ers 14 t'087.o,i: southern steers the parish priests to make. 2 Ch 11-3- 27-3- "w-dere-d 3-- -- HIS MOTHER'S PLEA. Herkimer. X. Y.. Dec. 11. Hia mnthT's plea for time to talk with her boy has saved Cheater E. Gillette, the convicted murderer of Grace Brown, from at leaat one day in the death house at Auburn prle-m- . the sheriff finally consenting to postpone the transfer until tomorrow or later.