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TIIE EXAMINER: OGDEN, MORNING Music & Art Instructors DTAU. WEDNESDAY heavy 15.S52J6.Oi; hght 15.95 8. So; pigs 15. 00 6. 3": bulk of sales 9. 2d Siti. 35: mixed and butchers F6.t'5lfe STOCK 6 37 1 Steady; Sheep Receipt sheep 13.75 5..C5; lambs MARKET 4.607.75. Sugar and Coffee. Sugar Raw-Ste- ady; 3 fair refining 3 ; centrifugal 96 lei 3 Refined 3 molasses sugar 8 steady: crush 1 5.5v: powdered 4.9o; granulated 4.80. COFFEE Steady; Xu. 7 Rio 7c. MOIiXIXG, DtCEMKEIi 19, MINING MARKET New York. Dec. 18 6 TRADING IN STOCKS CONFINED TO ST. PAUL. Call Remained Stringent, Money Money Going ao High as 25 Per Cent. Wool. St. Louis, Mo.. Dec. 18. Wool-Ste- ady; territory and western mediums 2327; fine mediums Id 21; fine Near York, Dec. IB. The trhuie of the day's stock market centered in St. Paul, aud the (icnioralised bieaa in that security weakened the ret at tue market effectually. The action of St. Paul wee accepted a a demonstration that the rate of Issue ol new capital has liecome a subject of grave umtuai-nea- s for iu effect on future values of securities. The ren-u- t decline In Great Northern preferred aud Northern ou was regarded ae that point, owing la a number of complicating factors, ll va. beheied. for Instance, that the plan of deferred delivery In new stock while paymwna were being made on installments on which interest was to he paid at a lower rate than the dividend return on the stocks was reaented by the Harriman Inr treat, a their large holdings of the two Hill stocks would make them leaders of the treasury resource of the L'uiou Pad tic to their business rivals under this plan. I: waa for this reason that the Harriman holdingsi of the Hill Mocks was supbe routing on the market In posed large volume, with the insiders indisposed to support them to make a mar-ke- f for the Harriman realising. As St. Paul continued to advance yesterday on the Mock Issue prositert. and rose to a new record at one time. It was hoped- that the special causes having to do with weakness of the Hill stock would uni Hpply to S'. Paul. This delusion was diddled, with the flrat quotation for 8t. Paul stock this morning, which ranged from 191 to 10.1, compared with 197 last night. With the successive downward plunges as the liquidation was renewed the price at mis time touched. 183, a decline of 19 front the high level touched yesterday morning. The Hill stocks continued to elide downward In company with the price of the subscription rights on the curb to huge new laaues of nil three storks made wide declines some tllssatlsfac-tto- n wss expressed with the sudden' dosing of the St, Paul books tomorrow for the reduction of (lie rights and the resulting confusion in adjustment of loans In which 8t. Paul flguned as collateral. The provision for payment of a 10 jier cent Installment of subscription to the new stock, which would cal for 10,imK),0ihi on December 31, was felt to add a serious complication to the very crisis of the year-enEstimate of tha money settlements. sufficiency of earning lo meet, the large additional claims of these greet additions to present stocks were vague owing to the impossibility of tbs fixing the amount of earnings to result from the new outlay. Uut a large Increase In requirements was obvious and the resulting decline In 19 margin of surplus earnings was of marked effect on sentiment toward the stocks. The attractiveness of subscription rights from the standp'ilnt of the recent high market prices disappeared from view entirely. The bears ope rated freely and bought eagerly at Intervals to secure their profits. The resulting ral lie were short lived and the closing was near the lowest except for the spasmodic rally In Sfl. Paul Itself. Baltimore A Ohio and Reading offered points of resistance to the weakliest and both were subject of rumors of intended dtvldend Increases. The general weakness was by no mean commensurate with that In the stock In process of Issue Inflation. Iftion Pacific was most acutely affected of the three central stocks In the days movement and suffered an extreme loss of about 4 points. Great Northern preferred from decline was 10 The and Northern Pacific 9 suVteasury ojierstlons begin to reflect the government money relief measure, the banks having gained 93.973.nnti on that account since the last state ment. Money continued stringent and went to 35 per cent on call, in per cent for thirty days. 9 9 Kr "cent for sixty days and 9 per cent bid for 9U days. The rise Ip the Imperial bank of Germany's discount, rule from 6 to 7 per cent was of moderate effect In aggravating the stiff-nosof other money markets. Bonds were heavy. Total sale, par value, f9.n22.tion. I'nlted Rtaies 3s advanced 4 per cent in call. WM. A. MICKENLOOPER. Real Mtata, insurance and invea mnta 209 Ecclee Building. w ckor ta N- - Classified Salta column. in Ogden and outside properties M. Ivea JAS. E. BALLANTYNI. aal Batata, Inauranca 'd ie Ecclee Bldg. ! manta. Office 219 H. H. GODDARD, Inauranca, Real EaUta, Loans, Cammaralal Stocky t0 EUa, Bldg. J. A BRUMMITT Laana, Inauranca, Real EaUta. 9408 Waahlr.gWn Ave. Bath chcnia. MM. A M. PORRIBTALL. Surety Benda, Real Estate and Inauranca. SIS Ecclaa Bldg. W. N. PEIRCE. Real Estate, NcUry, Fire and Ufa Inauranca, 411 24th BU Both phonea A. A. WENGER, Real EataU, Fira Inauranca, Mart gaga Laana. U Flrat Natl Bank Bldg. Ind. Phone 721. 8. L. IVES. Real Estate, Laana, Inauranca, Rente, Collections, NcUry Public. B. H. GODDARD, Real Estate, Fire and Life Incun ance, Notary Public. 412 Ecclaa Bldg. Bell Phene 634Z. W. B. WEDELL Laana, Inauranca and RenUla. 2469 Washlngtan ava. Bcylo block. Both phone. Real Esta-- e, E. S. POLAPP. .Fire Inauranca, NaUry Public, Renteto, 404 Ecclaa 25; ind, 3L Bldg-- . Bell then Real Eauto Lletan to mo, dear, Which will be beat; To atnigglo with rant, dear, Or ahall we inveett Anawar by mala or female U the JUMBLE, 2300, Waah. Hallo, E F. BRATZ. EaUta, Fira inauranca, Laana, Netary 410 26th St Beth phenea. Real KELLY A HERRICK. General Inauranca, Laana and RenUla, Real EaUU Inveetmenta REAL ESTATE A INVESTMENT CO. and la Rea! EaUta, Eaclaa Bids 819420 vestments, Bath 'phonea OGDEN inau-'anc- p sii-a-ly- INSl'KANCE COMPANIES ELLCT IHEIk DIRECTORS New York Lifo Expends $500,000 and the Mutual Life 5300,000. Results Unknown. New York. Dec. 18. In number of ballots cast and in expenditure of time aud money the eloctiou of trusters for ths New York Ufa and Mutual Ufa lnaurauco companies today approached that of one of the states of the union. Certainly m corpora tion or society ehwtlon over measured up u it In magnitude or Interest The total cast la both companies will approximate thHi.ouu, of which about 5to,0fi0 will be in the New York Ufe, in which the contest has been more vigorously and more blttrrly waged. It la expected that it will be some weeks betnrs the votes are oounted and the results of the campaign known. The Equitable Ufe Assurance society, the Mutual Reservo Ufa Insurance rompany and the Security Mutual of Binghamton also held elections today, but as there were no op position, tickets In the field In these oompahlea, the elections of their administration tickets wore but perfunctory proceeding. Official of both the New York Ufa and the Mutual Ufe declared tonight that ths administration tickets had without doubt ben elected by large majorities. The Reform Ticket. The .International Policyholders' committee, through Samuel Untermay-er- , it general counsel, expressed the conviction that the reform tickets would win In both companies, but by comparatively small margins. While NEVADA MINING STOCKS. the ballots were being turned in at the companies ooe today the grand Jury was Investigating the affairs of Interstate Brokerage Company Dec, 19, 1909. the New York Ufa company as brought out. by the state legislative Investigation committee. District Attorney Jerome examined several J. C. NYE, Eatata, Laana and Inaun anca. Notary Public, 2411 Washing-toAvenua A. B. SMITH' Polnu properties and farm lands. RenUI 220 Wash. Ava, properties handled. Bell 'phona 9kS-y- . " CHAUNCY wit-nrsse-s. Nelson Cromwell of counsel for the New York Ufa Insurance company, after the election today. Issued a statement. In which be said: The number of ballots received at the home offices and delivered by the administration to the Inspectors of elections was 192,558 and the vote by proxy cast for ths united commliuss' tickets were 114,000, making a total of 309,009. "From the fact that the ballots In favnr of the administration have generally been sent to the home office and those in favor of the International committee to the office of the latter, It Is reasonable to presume that at least from 80 to 90 per cent of the ballots sent to tbs home office In favor of the administration ticket, which makes a total administration vote of over 250.0O0. - 1-- CHICAGO FUTURES. PARRY Real EaUU, Firs Insurance and 2M and Wash, loans. Co The leading futures ranged ax follow: Wheat - Dec.. 71, 73',. 744: May. rsr 1144. 78, 73X1,, TK . Horn- Dec.. 43 43 St-- : Attorneys 42',. 41. 42; Six . 43. 44, 44. 41. Dee., 34. 34';. 34; May, 39. 31;: duly. 33. 33. 33. 3ii, 113.9.-I'nrk dun.. i. Oats duly. .. lli.ut. 113.95; May. 119.37, 919.32. 119.32. Ijvrd Dr.. (bn-cil18.72; Jan.. eS.9o. 19.75. 1.77 : May. 18.90, M.t,:,. . 18.87. .lan.. Short Rili 18.62; 8S 18.75, May. 57. 18.32,-- . 18.7", 88.70. qiintmion were a fiows; Flour Siciiily. Wheat -- No. I spring. 7xft8.!; No. 72 b 82; No. 2 red. 7'!4t74. Tui-- 444r; C(m- - No. 2. 4'ih 42. 3. No. 2 yellow, 34i 3It34. Rye 19 4. 55. mailing. Flux Seed No. north 1 wesrern. 11.22. Prime timethx seed. 14. 3u. t'lovsr. centrsi'l grade. 113.73. IliM'sci It 25 If Short rib. t8.2,i: meDm pork, 8per lild.. 114 isrd. per Hi.. 75; simrt char lilc boxed I t Ifl.i'i'fi 9.25. Receipts and Shipments. Flour Rerelpia. 31.8'Hl Mils; t. 25.2in bids. Wheat ment. Receipt. 2!,.3l"i li'l. R. ctij-- s. I'tirn n'. Oats li;3 9u 125.3m' bit.; ship- 249.5011 bn.; ship-o- 351.3uc bit.; ship l.i.iim ship- im. Receipt. nnuit, 220.9"' bn. llye Receipts, ment. ll.S'i" im. bit.; incuts. 58.90" ship Cattle, t Caitlc fi.i'o". StfMiiv to strong I4.1"tr.-- i 75; cows and heifer I1.fi5g'5.15: stork-itnud feeder 2. 4tfr 4 .50: Texans T.'.ifi 4 .:u; $ 13.9iifl5.90: 5. 40 4 7 .85. lii've "it- - Receipt PTrung and inghi-rgood heavy IS. 21ft!. 4; Chicago fitie-iro- . 1 sv. IX -- Rp.-vip- 1 1 1 . Ik-xte- re-su- it i441"l) bn.; Receipts. . Harley- 51.-75- Vlce-lrlde- No 2. ; No. 2 white. NJ. 3 while. No. 2. B4,irti3; fair to choice Oat 3941; i, "Both Mr. rntermeyer and Mr. who cast votes of the International committee stated, under my public questioning on the tender of the votes, that they did not know how many votes they were casting and could not state. I make no comment on this curious statement, but. 1 have every reason to believe that the total of the International committee does not exceed 150.000." ' International TicksL-Samue- l Untermryer estimated that tbs International ticket of the Mutual Life would' win by a majority of about Mr. I'ntermeyer said that 150,01". 207 hallr.ta were sent to the home office of the company by mall. Of tula amount he claims that 16 per cent were defective. Mr. Untermeyer said further that he uelieved 30 per cent of the rest kft after deducting the 19 per cent per cent, are votes rut for the united committee ticket. According lo the estimates this would leave 120,750 votes lelt for the administration ticket, plus 20.000 proxies which Mr. I'ntermeyer claims were cast straight for the administration ticket. On the olher hand, he ciolma that the International committee, cast, exclusive of he aoove ballots 103.000 straight ballots fur the united committees ticket, to w'blch he adds the 30 per cent of the vote cut at the home offices, less the deduction for defactlves. Five thousand proxies which the committee votes for the unite, I committee is added to the estimate for the united committee's ticket. According to Mr. L'ntermever's figures the united coinmlttees ticket he received 159.750 rotes, while the administration ticket received 140.760. George T. Dexter, of the Mutual Ufe. predicted an overwhelming victory forr the administrastated that tion ticket. Mr. from rella.be information which he had secured he was convinced that the TEXAS FUEL FAMINE. administration ticket received 224.000 votes, while on the other hand, the El Faso. Tex.. Dec. 18. A special to united committor ticket received from 75.0011 to gfl.niHi ballot and proxies the Herald from Phoenix says: A fuel famine Is on here. Thera la combined. Mr. Dexter stared that he was confident that more than 30 can- no oil and the ga and electric company shnt down tonight The comdidates far trustees on the administration ticket would receive the full vote pany Is not prepared to use wood. The people must resort 10 wood for cookof 226.000. and use kerosene and Only an insireificant amount of the ing and best ballots sent dircci to the home office candle light. Even gasoline is era roe. are Newspapers and other plant of the company, according to the opinion of Mr. IVx'er. were cast for the using power from the street car company, which has enough oil for a few policy holder' ticket. Oitn Kew-j- , stare superintendent of days. 1 The 8anta Fe Is discontinuing insi'ranre. said tonight that while it some rains. might he some time before the total CHILD LABOR BILL. rote w.i. officially counted, he believed that within s few days after the osunt-ln- g the general of ballot Wellington. Dec. 18. 8enntor Gall-Ingnf th" contest, will be known. today introduced an amendment It had been rterermlned before band, to the pending bill to prohUbt child in order to expr-dbmatters, that no labor. He would prevent the employballots should be protested today. ment nf children under 14 years from When proxies were presented, there- nngaginc In carrying messages, runfore. in regard tn which there was ning errands, shining shoes or any f'imc quest tons, they were received by of the street employments, and s wp1 os working In stores the in spec) nr j conditionally and latter nr merited for He exempts pages in the sen Most nf 'he questioning was ate and house between the ages of 12 time done liy represem stives of the policy, I end Hi. or between these ages, who holder' commiMee. are acually employed learning trades. Bern-ghan- 2 Mina and Realty Broker. Notary Public. Roam 91, Flrat Nat Bank. Ind. phone 557. J. C. SIMMONS. Roal aetata dealer In Five . d 3 Real 17. r 8-- tirgilM Day, Star Consolidated, Little Chief and Victor Consolidated Were on Activo LioL May Salt Lake. Dee. 18. On the Mining Exchange during touny'a forenoon 37.560 aheree for which waa paid Ou the proilute exchange today ths caili, 929,693.75. Tintlc flocks again furbutu-- market was steady; creameries nished the feet urea. Colorado Mining 22 31; dairies, 20 29. . at mark cases Induc- sold up to 51.35. while Black Jack Eggs weakened. Cariu, May Day, Star ed. 20 23; firsts. 24; prime firsts, 2t; Consolidated, Little Chief and Victor extras, 29. Consolidated were the othrr stocks on Cheese, steady, 13 14. the active list. Columbus Consolidated 14 c Pmr LAKE STOCKS TINTIC FURNISHES FEATURE. IN SALT e rom-lualt- Real Estate Agents 11-3- 3 er foc-'orl- e. 100G.