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or, KXAMfXi:!!: M0K1X; THK q I: F i nil Music & Art Instructors ,'r fats 2, 4otr: No. 2 wii:-e- . 2. iiic. Rye 72c FlaxM-e- No. d Norlbwesteru. CASSiN iMtructer si P'anm. Studio 8M0 Lincaia IOA RUTH A PROUT fMiter ! Viotin and Plant MS Van Rtirta Ava ML fl.22, CLARA WARNER, MIS ! P. HUNTER T Miter af Guitar and Mandelta. AIM (MotIm System). Stud 2245 Quincy HR. A j tete LMctettcky MsthoA 40 ar, I DENT MOWERV Piano' Theory. Studio InA 740; Bill 1114. phene, Bill 1 1M. phite, I TwMUr-thir- J. S Mess pork, Jicr Factoiy igtrt for celebrated Elligton gaipwin A Kurtxman and L 14 Twenty-Stt- piano. h howr-ee- A W. SALTER. S W. PURDT, T ms Mar of Vial In; awo Ureaeotral ' IMS Hate St SoS Pnon Toaster of PiMOb BH 2744 Adam. ttudl Inatructor on Plano, Orgei "f ter, Vocal Laaacna Taugnl Nats. Studio 81 T only mint Or" MRS. TILLIE N. BLASDEV. Concert Pianiata. Toaster m Piaa. StudlA SL oy sl HENRY BLAIR 4S " Plan Tunor and repairer. ton and action regulating Woos. Awo. Boll MRS. - ADDIE A PAT.RT ERNEST ML W. JONES Plaa. CaMinot man. Studio U4I mart. Ava Studio MM Adamo 'Phene InA 12Z-Mara- , . A REDPIELO Taaonai of Pteam 48 Weaning tea AvamiA 753. MISS OLOA WEHREND, Tooofior of Singing OOl Adorn aL Roll plwn 47SV. MRS. MART L. SHIPP, TaaaMar af Suiter aad MaadoHa. RMdioaaa 10 SM St lad Psoas MISS ALMA SAUER Leachetraky ToocHor of Plono MothoA Studio I J0 Adamo Ava ADA C. BARRA TT Taaokar of piano and vocal Studia, Ogdon (Wednesday ind Thursday,) 8448 Lincoln ava. itudie, Salt Late City (Monday, 'rlday and Saturday,) 21 (tandai IquarA . ART a MRS. A L. MERRICK. PWng a Listens In china painting. of lino Cemplst aasclalty. china and msterlaiA Studio 27SQ Wash. avA Real Estate Par Saigaino In Ogdon and autald praportioo no Clnaaited Snloa oaluma Roal Estate, Natary, Fir and W. 411 S4tk SL Rote R. WEDELL Late a, I nay ran as Baal Rete-a- , and Rentalo 241 Washington Raylo block. Bath phonal. it I. M. GODDARD, Roal Estate, Fire and Llfa Inrun a net. Notary Public. 412 Ecciaa Bldg. Ball Pten IMZ. I Rial i A & NYE, Estate, Loans and Inaun Notary Public, 2411 Waahlag-Avshu- R. ROLAPP. A I. SMITH Mina and Raalty Broker. Eatata .Fire Insurance Notary Public, Rantete, 404 SccIm Boll phono 24; ind, 2A Wdg, Real Public. Room Ind. phono 147. Natary II, Flrot Not Bank A C. SIMMONS. CHAUNCY PARRY Root Eotetc, Flro Inouranco ond loom. Conor 23d ond Wash., Rom. Bool couto dtalor In Flva Point properties ond farm londk Rental 220 Wash. Avo. properties nandieA . Bell 'phonr mint OkS-y- JOSEPH CHEZ. Attorney and Counselor at Law, 40 and 41 First National Bank Bldg. Ogden, Utah. Both phones. No. tary AGEE A M'CRACKEN. Counaelora-at-Law, 53, 54 and 55 First National Bank Bldg. Phonee. Bell 809, Ind. BO. in office. M. D. LESSENQER Attorney VOLNEY C. GUriNELL Office .171 Washington Attarnay-at-Law- Roama T. R. O'CONN ELLY. Attarney-at-Law- . 4 Twsnty-tourt- h Mn's Gracary. 21-2- 2 R. St., ever Rlcnsrd ind. phone 5L s. . First Nat Ranh Bldg. Farnsworth Attemayat-Law- . S14 and IIS Ecciaa Building. B. VAN OER 8CHUIT. Funeral designs of all kind; cut flowers and petted plants. All or ders promptly filled. Phono 904-7- . 740 Twenty-eightat. h THE PORTER FLORAL TO. Choice cut flowers always an hand. Fleral designs a specialty. GretnhouM cor, Jefferson avo. and Twantietn t. W. L. Porter, Mgr. Phenes Ball 260-Z- ; Ind. 293. VARNEY FLORAL ! - 17-8- 110-134- 26-8- ed 64.70. COFFEE 63 OGDEN FLORAL Fleral Artiste. Stma 413 Twenty, fourth at Greenhouse opooaita Gionwaad park. Phones, Bali InA 191. VARNEY FLORAL CO. Tha choice ' carnations, rosea and ether flower, with appropriate green. Prices moderate. 162 Thlr. t nth at Bel . K13-K- Ogden City Dentists 79-k- No. 3 Rio 7 ; 8 66.75. Sheep - Receipt fi.OOii; market 586 Mutton higher. f5.u0Qii.0u; laiute 17. 158$ 7. 76; range wethma fed ewea 5.0Ofi5.a0. 10c Chicago Cattl. 12. March Cattle Re4.000; steady. Beeves $4.10 ceipt 68.75; cows and heifers $1.65f5.-25- ; siocker aud feedera $2.7562.40; calves $fi. 00 fi 7.25. Hogs Receipts 21,000; market 15c lower. Mixed aud butrhora $6,766 7.00; goud heavy ffi.92 rough heavy lfi.75 6 6.85: light ffi.TS 66.95: pigs ffi.luffG.TO. Cbiragi, Sheep-Rece- steady. Sheep $4.7567.00. 15,000; ipt 63. 75fi6. 65; Umb DEPOT IMPROVEMENTS Commissary Department of Mor Is In Need Room. SAN FRANCISCO STOCKS Interatate Brokerage Company March 12, 1907. 1u.1l :ot 121 7214 :WL MYSTERYJJNSOLVED for Looking Man's Former Companion. Sheriff's Force 14flT 121 death of 'lie unknown Iiiul Southern Pacific Southern Ita lway 141 4liA 1244 5" St 2i IM'iU. it preferred Wabash . 144 ss Stm-ltin- ev-ra- msap-p-'ure- I.M. nil HNculi cud K2N, Mail 11 C,m Northern ; :.k 4" .... :i 1 4 j ,;14 I . Mai-ka- . do preferp .! . 7" . . nd H with a large conevening at the Firs: The house was fu l Hapi-- t church. to ove- flowing and arrangements are being mmle in -- e;ii at lens' 2"" pccnle mure :it 'I'ti'.v.r.ing service thisi week. Frof Si. inwonderful eingci and his )m'sii!i!,i. rendition of "Fan to Fare" ant "I'll. Holy City" nflTcct-e- . FUTURES. I'hicac-Varci; it Th, teaditu: '.ires r.i';i..; . '.il'nur, 'Ah.-iM.I;.;X4c. .ir.7:iL., M.i 4?4c. .Inly. Ifi',, . Mo c-- i. r Mac -- M.i... :!. C' i' rii 1 !i. i :4c. '. .Inly. 37. 'i; .Inly. $.25. .t.ily. $s vial .v xi .1 7 t. n I 'sc. 3:1,.-- u- -i ; , night w i .1 rlv. ;. i'..--- 1. 11. untuned. earneet and III nil pnw KITIIIOII ate appeal to the evening this Rev. Urowu iiiryto afternoon which a.l week . h s wi;; and ip i 1. to Observatory Peak. 1).Mara is to go east soon lo fur material for the cable dn. to M.i,l.m Height. The machinery wii' tic purchased In Pittsburg. Th,fm the mountain tenon !;m b.'. r. enlarged and Mr. O'Mara a cog road 'o the ' ni ot f 'hservatorj' Pek, or l'.2"0 i! 1 fee: Thi be : S'out will sitig sours pi sweetest I'vof. 1 Ki 1:11k WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS. TOJHE CLOUDS Phil O'Mira and Associates to Build jii-iv- Prof. St. .ii' h.d.l meitings cordially invit. n ininilier of ;ich ser 7 i'tuiii; Ida hpn-:- ipc.lke- ' ; .1 Rev. BrnHti 711 I'.iF-n- . ecu er an $'I"'. T fu CABLE - - CHICAGO iIip singing evsn-- J A. Brown of Bail M i 1 It- . D wrr lathe, grig.it-iii- .. .. Met . j l.A S. nu. H. I I I' A IS CROWDED Singing Evangehit and Rev. Brawn Are Listened to by Hundreds. i;r. d prefei-e- do preferred CHURCH 4.H, 1A3 Tfl' 1 lnt. ! L!l Standard HI Sugar Tennessee Coil ami Iron "lilted States Sb'el dn preferred Western Cnl-- n Northern l'aritlr Great j I12 finu. Tnper I nh-la'- sli'-rlf- f 17L. Wisconsin Cenn-aH'iV., AiualiOtmii'eil Copper American Cur anil Foundry Ail American I .ocomotivc and Refining I3:7' American preferred Ilruoklvn Itapid Transit t 'olnnido Fuel and lieu last eh. grew daily. Yesterdai as much wan known of his artereit. n'. a. was known ihe my he was discovered, which la nothing Hint graphs of the man's face were taken yesierdai ami sent to Seattle and j"l.iiePi for Identification. In ms way ''lie hopes to l inform. I'iim in the course ot 'lie man evidently had days. friends tn al: tlio-- places, therp Is a rhaiice that the nntery will he rlear-- j ed up When the 'inknown engaged rooms a 'he Fashion h'iie he had with him a fetimle roiupantoii he represenird aa Ins wrifiShe has completely w ,rk Is lieing done on mti the force that mnv lesull ve' .pniente. it sMrling prSP-tiiall- y larlflc III the man. found more perplexing list anrmiinued The mysiery 72S I2n Keck Isiatid do preferred l Dead 22 1 In'ernati-dia- e 411. lVunsylvanla Hrurilrg Cnl'iii al- department rommlHKary lack about of complaining to properly handle the buai-nand the unipany la contemplating dividing the third floor of tho cninmWkari building Into suitable office rooms ready space MSS 1780 Chicago and Northwestern do preferred Colorado and Ami hern and Kio Grande do preferred Erie Illln.d Central lint list Hie and Nashville Mcxiean Central -- FEL3HAWS DENTAL PARLORS, Over Spargs'a Book itara , 2455 Wash. Ava Phone In), Steady 4. Kanaaa City Cattl. Kansas City. Mo., Xarrh 12. Cattle Receipt! 12.000; steady to 10c lower. Nattvo steera 4.466-40- ; native atock-er- s rows and helfera 62.806 and feedera $3,806 5.25: calvea western fed steera $4.00 83.006 ft 4.80; western fed er.w $3.0064.60. Hog- j- Receipts 15.000; market 5c lower. Heavy ffi.75fi8.80; packers Ifi.fi56fi.77 1 2; plga and light $5.75 !'4' Atchison do preferred Ralllinore and Ohio Canndinn Par I lie SteelCar Pullman Palace Car CO. - d poe-vtlil- e leplra Pressed niado. Ordor by phono. Bell S13-K- . Grornhouao. 102 Thirtieth at sea-alo- n t Iacilic CO. 11.29. The new neats for 4 he waiting room at the I'nlnn Depol .will anon arrive now doing tuid (he unsightly beach aervlre will he relegated to the wood will Just ocpile. The new cupy the space between the large columns and a curve,) saat will be placed around earh column. A doaen large (handelirrs will be placed in the waiting mom and when supplied with the current from the new plan: will give a brilliant light. It la also the purposo of the company to remove the bar from Its presThe wall on the south ent position. aide of the main watting room will Internal revenue taxes with the na- In torn out and the lunrh counter will brought up to (he main waiting tional hanks. The money situation was called reaimnalble for the light morn. The office nf the superintendent movedemand which restricted th ment of price In spile of the sub- and other offirlaU in the depot ar sidence of tlio selling. Todays ex- bring renovated and many Improvetreme advances were not nil held, ment have lieen made. The floor lint the rinsing time was fslrly sternly. and skylight are being repaired and Honda sere Irregular. Total sales, a new coal, of paint, applied to the hallway. New flxturea are being placpar value. 81,694.Mni. anon as I . S. bonds were unchanged on call. ed In poklt.lcut and aa will be connectea up the (lep-..with the electric pisnl. CLOSING STOCK LIST. Natioiiii'i Floral designs of ovary doaeHp-tloto order. Delivery promptly rt.-ck- s sine., -- - National City Florists klb.121, . the national govern-luei- it waa accorded Important algnlO ranee. Tbo purpose of the propod conforencc between the Pre indent and rallnwd esecutlve aa to what atepa might lie taken to allay the public anxiety as to the relations between the raliruada aud the government la adconsuqusnre mittedly of Ui the stock market. The action of the market Today teemed to reflect a feeling of hopefulness that aome good would reault from the more toward a common understanding. The ground of tbo hopeful feeling aeemo to be tietween the railroads that and the national government to the ends sought by th government may aerve to allay- tha flood of measurea now pouring Into stale legislatures all over the country tor restraint upon railroad powers, and which are feared especially tor their variety and conflicting requirements. Foreign markets seemed to be equally impressed with our sn aa to the importance of the proposed conference. Buying of stocks tor Ijnndou account waa an Important element In the strength of the day's market. The mixture of hesitation and skepticism In the tone of the market owed Its origin largely to the obaectirlty of the over the money question. outlook Growing tightness of ihe New York money market became maulfest today, ami the question of resources to maet Ihe heavy April Mttlemeuta grows In importance. Time loans for abort periods were practically unoffered today aud premiums began to appear on ihe Interest rate. Ixmdon discounts meantime rose to the Hank of England rate, and the price of American eagles waa raised in the London market. The at New York has taken from the I sinks since the last bank aud .... E. T, HULANISKI Ave The Trouble ot Goldfield and Unoot-tlo- d Condition of Camp Affect th Market. ship-Uietit- s. l SOI Ecelea Building. 5. d r. s Missouri Farlflp N,-York CenT.il Attorneys THE IN ship-men'- The I. STOCKS LEAD SELLING. Salt Lake. March 12. 1iuh were in demand at this morning's f the looal exchange. Tile trouble at Goldfield aud unaettled condiReceipts and Shipments. tions in that camp has an effect upon Flour Receipt. J7.2o bbla.; shiptrading and Itoh mines received nitre ments. 24.100 bbla. attention than usual. M heal Daly Judge Receipt. 24.n"i bu.; sisrted the tsall going t fio.25. lou bo. aha re being 5bH i Ci in Receipts ii"' bu.; snapped up quickly at this price. I'ncle 8am auirted 249.1011 bu. out at Oats Receipt. 3k.inmi bu.; ship- 4o. dropped to 484c. then 'c 48c, and finally 10 474c. At tha first price ments. "25.100 bu. changed hands: at the ser-unRy- e- Receipt. 6.oom Iiii.; shipment a. luo shares 40ii and at ihe third 1.1 0u, and u.ooti hit. 5uo t the last figure. Beck Tunnel Harley Receipt. llii.l'Hl bu.; made a precipitous slide; 2.'9u 45,700. changed hand at $1,874, followed by the transfer of 1,400 at fl.824 and Produce. tin tbi produce excliauge today the 1U0 at fl.50. Aa rapidly a blocks bebutter market waa steady : creameries, gan lo move, they went down a few cent, but uappy run were charac2I0:ioc: dairies, 2"j27V. Eggs easy ; at mark, case included, teristic of the trading. Beck Tunnel bobbed up again dur16Ar: first, Ito; prime first. 164c. ing the open board call at Cheese steady at 144H)8e. Thi figure moved I.I1K1 share. Columbus Consolidated sold for Sd.uo durSugar and Ceffok New York, March 12 Sugar Raw ing the open hoard and South Columbus at $1.1(5. Seven Trougda brought centrif.deadv; fair refining 3 68c and 56c. Daly- - Judge dropped to nioiaaaco sugar ugal 96 tern 2 Sliver Shield. Victor Cun- 2 refined quiet, steady: rruh-'i5.4i); powdered 64. Is"; granulat- siHiement 13.481, u00. "which In more than enough to wipe out Ihe surplus reserves of the banka aa it stood op Saturday. There are largo deposits for reMug made at the demption of hank notee, but custom collections are also running very New York hankers are anxiheavy. ous apparently to avoid forcing demands upon foreign' money markets tor gold, owing to the had effect on the demand for American securities which would follow. It la for that reason that special Interest la fell In Ihe defining of the policy of the treasury department In the use of the discretionary power given ll hy the new law to deposit customs collections aa well as Ufa Inauraat barrel, S.37S. Wliiaky, basis of htgn cident of the day's news on which was laid from ttae market most siref-Niandpofnt waa the Interview at Washington between President Riwae-,ei- t and J. P Murgan. Mr. Morgan a appearance in the avowed role of a about an understandmediator to ing and ci mpe ration lieiween the railroads UTAH 1 Jjird. per loo pouriiir Ik.la. Short clear sides, boxed, stork he fn-n- Ptan TmsN strML PANTONE. Ml. li.-T- 14 Pr!a.i No Contract pra'ien. 814 5. Short ribs side, loose. x 7.74j 5.87. ,r- York. March t nis!iri was notably free t'tlsv and imiUrrlniinaie the umiuiIimiu nhirh had so demoralized the iijieeulaliie seuilmenr lip to the end of Freed from pressure ,2 lani seek ihi- - damn iu comJitjou there was Mime eaienvlim of :he recover, which The buying war In fori , esrerdav. iiemaud ahirh a If cried ihia wreverv Hi ful and appairntly a hesliaiing. fal iny at times ro very meagre and alrernaiiiig with some renewal of selling. The selling, was af the higher levels, and was Tha Innm pursued on ihe declines. - - white. tl 4210. Clovt-- r In- " j V liV 1. Timothy Seed the Day was tha The Incident terview Between Roosevelt and J. P. Morgan. of 41 MINING MARKET Jt.iow. choice n.ailiug, 71 if Fair - Harley-- MARKET FELL FROM VOLUMINOUS SELLING. No- No. 42tl43V: No. I TO WELL Tiacter Suiter, Mandolin C"d Violin, 543 87th K Ind 'pnana lira '' 44c: 45V. W. A iw MARi'II :0'a'l''ti wcp- - a S eddy No. i spriuu. v-- i U 7,;e :!c: No. 2 re 1. 7S No. 2 Coin- - No. 2. Cs-- JOSEPH 0ALLANTYKA Stricter Ogdon Tabarnda Chslft Specialty Vcici Building 2512 CrcharO Ava va:iXllAY. rTAll. IKS', I!" c.ili'.e r : ievel. line to Malan's Height-- , hereafter a Httveii. will ills Extreme Penalty, l he What do you '.j u: ;n i.vrurhat? favor of It. Pum h.