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TIIE MORNING 6 EXAMINEE, OGDEN, UTAH, 6.40; good heavy $5.8'(t6.15: heavy Music & Art instructors 22 FRIDAY :ia- -i 85.95flU.-- l bulk of sales S6.2''iJ6.3i. $l.Uyfl.- - niiji $J.75fj5.ti!; 7o. WALL STREET DESULTORY Chicago Produce. Chici?", lMfc. 2i". Cluse: Jla.v Wheat live. 74 STOCKS SHOW RECOVERY. t: Coru Easing of Call Money Put an End to the Forced Swing of Stocks. 8 02 . 1 SALT LAKE STOCK MARKET DOES LIGHT TRADE. 78 Dec. 42; .May 43 Dec. 24: May 36 Jan. $16.10. M- -y $16.45. May $8.9u Jau. $8.82 5-- Oats Pork laird Sale of Tintic Stocks Was Leading Feature of the Day Lower Mammoth Stronger. 2. 12. Ribs Jan. f8..5: May Rye -- Cash, 4Jfiab. Flux, clover and timothy, no ixaft :t:g. New Yi.rW. lhc. Tire ttuck market today gave evidence of a subsidence of the pressure of liquidation -which six truugly manifest yesterday. There was a desultory recovery in prices on a volume of business leas vhn halt that of yesterday. In the later stages of the trading the uvertvei became practically stagnant. This ia one of tlie various signs that the strength of the market was not due to an Importaut to market on the long side. Stocks which were weak yesterday were the principal gainers In today's movement, while those that offered firm resistance to yesterday's weak break moved buf narrowly In the upward turn of prices today! The Inference suggested is that the laipe responsibility of buying to cover aborts by professional bears for the demand which lifted prices. The hasty, unloading of the Hill stocks and of'St. Paul seemed to have come to an nd and the market waa much relieved from a depressing sympathetic influence by this. Discussion of the unusual manner of the tit. Paul stock Issue continued very active and the question wan canvassed whether the weakening effect produced on the stock market by the announcement was by d coign or, was an unforeseen aupplemet to the action. The euaing of the cull money market put an end to the forced awipg of stock! by withdrawal of credits. The early raie for call loans waa as high as 16 per cent, but the rnte receded to 10 per cent before noon and to 7 per cent afterward. This result waa plainly due in an Important degree to the liquidation effected In toe stock market, especially vcuterdar. The result was seen In Ate number of brokers who were paying off loans, haring sold their slocks. An effect was produced on the tone of the money market by the announcements of railroad companies that they would prepay dividends and Interest due on January 1 prior to that da'e, folowing the example of the New York Central, announced yesterday. The St. Paul and the Chicago A Northwestern companies took similar action today. This money Is not Immediately available to the money market, but the assurance that It would ha before January 1 had s soothing effect on sentiment. Nothing' further was heard of yesterday's .rumors of further assistance for the money market from the treasury department. There waa a report circulated that the banka bad the countenance of the Washington authorities for an encroarhment upon their reserves In an emergency, with the Implied asaurace that additional government deposits might he regarded as a potential safeguard for the situation. The effect of the treasury measures already adopted still made a meager showing In New York. The gain of the banks from the for the bank statement week haa reached $4.6(18,000, and the government institution waa a debtor at the clearing house todar for $1,007,985. The weekly return of the Bank of England made it evident why any withdrawal of gold from London for New York ncount would force an advance hi the ofllclal discount rate. With a loan expansion of over 29.000.000, and a decrease In bullion holdings of over $19,000,000, the proportion of reserve to liability ia reduced for the week from 47.02 per cent to 38.64 per cent. The weekly statement of the Bank of Prance also was weaker, but that Institution parted with additional gold holdings for the rsllef of tha English bank. Nearly 92.000,000, however, left the English bank fur South America. Ixiulsvllle A Nashville' decline late in the day affected the whole Hat. Gains were greatly Impaired and the market dosed easy. Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par value. $1,822,000. . Doited States 4s declined 4 per cent on call. Salt Lake, Dec. 2ti. The holiday dulnesa has come to tbe stock market New York, Pec. 20.- - Sugar Quiet; and until after Christmas light tradfair retlulug 9 oemrifugal 96 ing Is anticipated. Now, however, it 3 molasses sugar is a good time to' buy to catch the test 3 y rise, which ia almost sure refined steady; crush-t- d 9 come. With three exceptions the to 4.9u; J.5U; powdered granulated trading was confined to the Tintic 4.80. stocks. Lower Mammoth sold up this COFFEE Steady ; No. 7 Rio 7c. morning. It began with loo shares going at $1.25. but afterwards declined Waal. to $1.12. ('arise weakened, while St. Louis, Mo.. Dec. 20. Wool Consolidated- - remained firm. Steady; territory and western medi- Star Tbe closing quotatlous and sales ums 23fl 27; floe mediums 28&31; tine were: 14)17. Su jar and Coffea. u 15-1- 27-3- after-holida- y Kansas City Cattla. Kansas City. Mo.. Dec. 20. Cattle-Rece- ipts 6.00U; steady; native steers 94.IMip6.60: native cows and heifers 2.liig5.15; socket and feeders bull $2.4utf 4.1H); calves 83.00fl6.75; western steers $3.50ff 5.56; western cos $2.25 4.00. Hogs Receipts 9.000. Weak to 5c lower; bulk of aales $6.20 6.92 heavy 16.25 6.35; packers Itf.aufl 6.32 pigs and lights 95.6tifl6.2a. tiheep Receipt 4.U0U. Weak; muttons $5.00 fl 5.75: lambs $6.25fl7.-50- ; range wethers $4.aOfl6.4U; fed ewes $4.25fl5. 35. -- THE STORY OF SALOME the As Oacar Wilds Wrote It From Biblical Vtrslon. (From January Broadway) This lx the story of the drama; The curtain rises, disclosing Narraboth, the Syrian, talking with soldiers and pages on the great terrace In the palace of Herod, Tetrarrh of Judea. To the right la a grand staircase leading to the banquet hall. To tbe left, at tha back, la a cistern, surrounded by a wall of green bronae. In this cistern Jokanaan, held a prisoner by Herod, la confined. The pages talk of the moon, the while the oriental atmosphere grows on the observer. Narraboth interrupts outbursts on the with passionate beauty of Salome, whom be loves: How pale the Princess Is! Never here 1 seen her so pale. She la like tha shadow of a white rose in a mirror of silver. .Salome cornea In. 'satiated with the feast, and mad to free herself from the low than me caresses of her mother's husband, Herod. On the terrace she breathes the pure air and la happy. How good to see the She speaks: moon! She ia Ilk a little piece of money; you would think she waa a little silver flower. The moon Is cold and chaste. I am sure aha la a virgin; she has a virgin's beauty. Yea, she ia a virgin. The voice of Jokanaan speaks: . The tard hath Mine. . The Son of Man hath come. .The centaur have hidden themselves ia the rivers, end tha slrena have left the rivers, and ate lying beneath tbe leaves of tha forests.' The Princess asks who It Is that cries aloud, and, being told, aska to see him. The soldiers try to dissuade her: It 1 against orders to lake the prophet from his prison. Meanwhile a slave, sent by Herod, attempts to Induce her to return to the feast. She becomes more insistent, finally promhe will ising a smile to Narraboth Iflove-sick lead Jokanaan forth. The Syrian yield. After she has seen the prophet she desires to kits his lips. Being refused, she appeals to Herod. Herod says that If she will daiws for him he will grant her any request. The dance follows. Salome demand tbe head of John the Baptist (Jokanaan); and it Is brought to her on a silver charger. . y SAN FRANCISCO 201 MacNamara North Star Ohio Tonopah Went End Rescue Golden Anchor Jim Butler Cash Boy Home .... Sand Storm Red Top .... Red Top Ex Mohew k Goldfield Silver Pick May Queen Saint Ives Atlanta .... Diamondfleld DUmotidfleld Triangle Original Bullfrog . . Bullfrog Mining .... Montana Bullfrog .. National Bank Yankee Girl ..' (mid Ba r .... Denver Annex Manhatlan Cona .... Manhattan Mining .. Manhattan Daxteri .. Yellow Horse Stray Dog Jumping jack Comb. Fraction .... Kewanoa Kendall .... At- ...... ...... Attorneys V. Gibson, the American attache and the other military attaches were commanded to d the parade. Ambassador Meyer. ('ash quotations were us follows: Flood Steady. Second Secretary Bliss. Third Hecre-ttir- y Miles and other members of the Wheat No. 2 spring, 78fih2: No. 3. 7182: No. 2 red. 74flS. diplomatic corps attended a solemn No. 2 yellow. Te Deum at the Karan cathedral. ' Corn No. 2, LESSENGEK M. D, AGEE, SUEZ A M'CRACKEN Attomey-ai-La- Attorneys and Counselors. First Net Bank Bldg. Rooms 440-4- 108 Eccles 3 Building. 46(3 VOLNEY OITIcs Z408 Rooms Washiitoton Ave. Attorney-at-Law- and 15 First Nat Bank Bldg, Attomoy-at-Law- . 4 Eccles Building. Twenty-fourt- h son's Grocery. . StM ever Richard- Ind. phono 64. City Florists DER SCHUIT. Funeral designs of all kinds; cut flowers and petted plants. AM orders promptly filled. Phone 906-Z- . B. VAN 740 st. Twenty-eight- choice nialt-ina- HARRIMAN . PEOPLE SURPRISED Issued by President Roosevelt. y Indictments OGDEN FLORAL CO. Floral Artists. .Store 413 Twenty-fourtst Greenhouse opposite Glcnwood park. Phones, Bell 636 . ; Ind. 193. 2SG-Z- VARNEY FLORAL CO. The choice' ' carnations, roses and Other Rowe's, with appropriate green. Prices moderate. 162 Thlr. tth st. FELSW.AWS DENTAL PARLORS. Over Bpargo's Book Store , 2465 Wash. Ave. 'Phone BelL 79-k- .... .... Extension Mayflower Con Nugget Daisy (Bullfrog) Gold H edge Orig. Manhattan ....,r ta ...r .... FIGHT. R d PRIZE FIGHTS IN STOCKTON. 187.600 tin. ISd.mt'i hu.: -- Inp- iiieniK. 298,5(10 it. Rye Receipts. IS.nOti tm.: -- hip- Oats Receipts. ini'iif. li.iMio Hnrlev ini. EDUCATION BILL BURIED. London. IVc. was hurled h The education bill 2ii In-inie- Campbell-Bannerma- n the Wiuxe of common this no m- -. 46.600 hit. iftenioou. Xf'cr a speech if ron!der-ah- l emphasis, defending the course On li'c pr slue f'jr,iiii:ii ii.dir he of tile lower house in tejectin..; the ; e'l'ter lii.ii'kel bouse of lords as a whole 22 31: dairie-'- . Ie.i'.i. :tnd renndU'ing hc claim of the peers l,,c'.:i,l-r:i- . F:us . . a' irvr that they have the light to lecture the 21 '"24. 26: pome firxN. 2S; common- - on tit subject, the premier etr.i answered tha: tii-- - iciverr.nient had deCbpcided '.o withdraw the measure. tfri v. J5Vj i4. Receipt :oi.;rtii . in jip- re s . '. Chi. 7 'i"'1 Sti-.ld- i r.i I'"'-- . ' V"rr 2 : l.e k; 8 : !,,-e!it't .: f ! .Jt1. i f, nr Cattle. Catrle Chicago f- - j B. B. - - Ogden City Dentists Dixie nh'p-nit-ii- ni-.n'-- BeM 813 K. Sliver Pick Ex Nevada Boy Great Bend Annex.. I m Angeles, Calif., Dec. 20. A1 Kaufman and Georg,- Gardner, heavyweights will meet before the Pacific Athletic dub tonight In a scheduled twenty-rounbattle. Both of the men hare nearly finished training and are ready for the contest. Kaufman weighs 185 pounds. Gardner's weight ban not been announced. Betting favors the former at odds of 2 to 1. I THE PORTER FLORAL 0. Choice cut flowers always on hand. Floral designs a specialty. Greenhouse cor. Jefferson ave. and Tventletn st. W. L. Porter, Mgr. ; Ind 293. Phonei Ball ....... Ixme Star Lou Dillon KAUFMAN-CARDNE- 1. $1.14; No. 1 Flax New York. Dec. 20. At the office of north west. $121. E. H. Harrlman, It was ald that the Trliue timothy seed. 84.354.45. Clover, romrart grade. $13.75. reported act Inn of President Roosevelt Short ribs, rides (loose I $$..",7 In asking Mr. Harrlman to make re8.72: mess pork, per bills.. $15 6: pairs tn the break In the Colorado rivlard, per ltm lbs.. $8 86: short clear er muld not be understood there. Inasmuch as Mr. Harrlman Is not in any sides (boxed) $9.1)09.25. way connected with the California Development company. It was said that Reoeipts and Shipment. the Southern Pacific railway already Flour Receipt, 29. It") hhla.; w:th the government In is 17.900 bids. Wheal Receipt!. 134.(ioP hit.: making repairs, although that com:io.;;ui) hit. pany has no connection with the California Development company. 293.tiih) bn.; st , 34Q35. fair to No. 2, 65: 55. Koo.1 No. i:i V n. Hilary "6: No. 2. 30: No. 2 white. white. 3 Joseph 82. rhip-inoni- VARNEY FLORAL CO. Floral designa of every description to order. Delivery promptly made. Order by phona. Bell 813 X. Greenhouse. 182 Thirtieth I . Rye T. R. O'CONNELLY. R. 8. FARNSWORTH S14 No. Attomey-at-La- SR:!"- -, $8.65. $8.76. $8 44fl: Obis E. T. HULANISKI G. GUNNELL ies. .. ...... ...... Goldfield Oro B. B. Bouansa 1 84.82. ... ...... ........ !6M: Riba-Jan- Alining Blue Bull Booth .... .. Adams .... Great Bend Great Bend Ex Goldfield Daisy Laguna 43; Short ........ ...... .... ...... Mohawk Ex Columbia Mount ... J umbo .... . ...... .. Jumbo Ex ... ernal .... 74; $8.65; May. .... Midway St. Petersburg. Dec. 19. Yesterday was the Emperor's Nsme Day, othThe leading futures ranged aa fol- erwise the festival of St. Nicholas, the lows: wonderworker, the Emperors patron Wheat Tier.. 74, 74, May, saint. It was celebrated with partic78. 7814. 781. ular pomp, Including g parade and a Corn Dec., 421. 41ft. 42; May, 44. state luncheon at Tsarakoe-Selo- . at 4314. which all the members of the Imperial July, 44, 44. 44. Oat- s- Dee.. 34. 34. 34; Mar, 36. family were present. Grand Duke Vladimir and Alexis and the other July. 34, 32. 3374. 36, Pork .Inn.. 816.111. 15.9:, $16.10; grand dukes and grand duchesses, who had been living abroad lately, owing May. 816.45. $ 6.1:5, $16.45. tart Dec.. $8 81), $4.75. $80; Jan., ti, the disturbed condition, returned $8.82. $8.75. $8.82; Mar, $8.82, here In order to attend the ceremon- $8.82. Dee. 106. Tonopah Mining .... Montana Tonopah .. Tonopah Ex Belmont .... EMPEROR'S NAME DAY. Grand Parada in Which American tach Takts Part. STOCKS. Interstate Brokerage Company CHICAGO FUTURES. $8.85, 21, MINING MARKET Steady; iteccipts p - 86.250. 40: rough! pigs eh- - JIETEMHKR- MORNING, . 15: :Hi 5. tv1: - ?'! c'v, Weak V::rh-;- -. DISSOLUTION ,!- i xtoi-pi-- ,y Texaco 2.;,.iii0. .! ft Reic v' .'c OF ICE TRUST. Albany. X. Y, Ike. lib. Attorney Julius .li.ivcr. in the name of the people of iii 'ute or New York, an ii'ti-in gainst the Am.nuiiy erican lie roii'penr In the supreme ciiiivl of New York county for th l.'iii.o if t'- ties Tr:t.l ,f -- rti-- ,i Stockton. Cal., Dec. 19. Jimmie Bradley and Frankie Edwards pare a good ten round fight before the National Athletic Club ihis evening. Bradley had the better of the first part of the battle but Edwards came with a rush a: the end and evened up matters. Kid Austin defeated Toting Eddie Smith after a terrific fight in which Smith floored Austin In the first round. Kid George was given the decision over Frank of Oakland In the ninth round on a foul. CURTIS JETT CONFESSES. Cynthlsna. Ky.. Doc. 30. Curtis Jett today took tbe stand in his own behalf on, I surprised the commonwealth by confessing to the murder of Town Viir-tix- ! 1iirkrlll in Jackson four year mm. lor which he i now on trial. Jetf hml inado a previous confession irapli CMting Judge Hargis and Sheriff Ed 1JKH5.