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TI1E MOUSING IIH1 4--4 Nervous, LAKE THANGE QUIET. GROWS Undo Sam Sold at Low aa 63 Other Favorites Wore Slightly Diseased PS. Salt Lake. May J6.-- A few of the favorites were slightly off this mornl mining exchange. ing on the I'nrle Bam sold aa tow aa 63. but the eaw the lat open board transfer stork at 65 again. tiolurmlu cuntlnu:- to be a shining light. It sold this morning at 3.5. Yankee is off, selling this forenoon at 49. Star Con. at 284 is another weak offering. Trading was fai. seveal lage tranriera running the tool up to decent figures. The closing quotations follow; Asked. Bid. Storks. Men Lw-a- Quickly and surelj cured modern Ly 6.00 1.50 Alice Albion methods and at mod .23 2.5U .46 Ajax Bullion Beck erate cost. ............ ............. tiarisa, reole Cun. Merrur 1 Daly Daly Judge CONSULTATION Grand Central Horn Silver Little B, II Lower Mammoth l.u Dilkm Mammoth FREE .33 3.IH) .48 .35 .33 ease goose Chicago Tablo bo. 2. quotations were as follows: Folur, steady. No. 2 spring wheat. 98. Na 3, 96 & 99; Na 2 red, 9046964: Na 2 corn. 8.15 4.70 4.50 2.324 May Day Dr. THE Nevada Hills Xer. Hills Falrview. Silver King Silver Shield Star Con Swansea United States (com) Utah Mine Uncle Sam Con Butler Llloral ....' Bock Tunnel Black Jaek Cyclone Century Elliott SPECIALIST 2356 Washington OGDEN. New York Sash A GsrCs Plansa Niwidii II. C. km. WARDLEIGH .... .... Eastern Capital Ready to Dsvolop Properties In La Sal District story under a New York date line, primed in the Dally Mining Record Is tha authority ftir the announcement that New York capitalists are preparing to operate extensively In the La Sal district In the southern part of A PIANOS ORGANS AND MUSICAL Utah. It la aarened (hat a deal has been dosed by Jules V. Barnd, of New York, He has interested asoorlatea In Utah and the New Yorkers ere said to have put. up money enough to open development en three groups of claims owned by Gld. R. Propper and himself. Those ere the Utah Midlaud, Castle Mountain and luma. The groups contain 22 claims near Busin, Utah. The properties are to be bandied by the La Bal Amalgamated Mining company and now that money ho been obtained active preparations are under way lo prove them up. Machinery ami supplies are being ordered at the' present time. He hoe prospected the U Hal district for H) years and la thoroughly Convenient with the territory's conditions. He believes the ground embraced in the groups Just merged Is highly mineralised. The Iowa group borders the Tornado which lias been shipping for the past year. U hue a 14 foot vein of flourlte carrying 17U to the ton In gold. A cross-cu- t tunnel Is In 259 feet nnd It la expected the vein will be reached within the next fifty feet. The Castle Mountain group has seven veins, varying In width fmm six to 100 feet and carrying average values of live .per cent In ropier and 916 In gold. A rroM-cu- t tunnel noy in several hundred feet is being driven to go through the seven veins. The Apex vein will he followed for m distance of 2.606 feet according to present plans of the company. The Utah Midland group has not been opened up yet but to all will prove up well under earnest development. SERCHANDISE Violins, Guitar. Aceordeons, Strings, Baa-Jo- , j Latent Publication! of Sheet Unale. See the Wonderful Flpe Organ 376 Washington Avenue, OGDEN, UATH. CARL E. PETERSON SCO GROCERY a MEAT Indi-railon- a MARKET C0URT6IEI Cor. 24th and Grant Phonon 235 Boll; 613 Independent S E OF SPEECH. LARAMIE. WYO, FIRE. Iwramle. Wyn.. May 16. A fit-- , which broke out at 12:4 5 o'clock this afternoon, destroyed eight soutlrn business building .n Thornburg and Second streets, and serlou-l- v damaged the lairamle Boomerang's ihint. Tie was brought under a 21" that new Hareeae yon need? Don't fire m. The total lo is rsilni:ir-- l at think yon oant afforl It till youvo p. 966,000 and only a small part is covgtvon na a chance. Wo sell no Inferior goods, no old fnohloned appliances ered by insurance. PRESIDENT AND MRS. ROOSE- leather In tha moot workmanlike manner. Halters, Wblpo and everything horoe owner need Bias-ket- J.C. Platt Saddlery Co. Natl Attorneys JOSEPH CHEZ. Attorney and Counselor at Law, 40 and 41 First National Bank Bldg, NoOgdon, Utah. Both phonos. tary in office, IL S. FARNSWORTH Attemoy-at-Law- III an 814 . Eccles Building. VOLNEY C. GUNNELL Attomcy-at-Law- Office 2374 Wash- . ington Ava. 'Both phonos 771. AGEE A MCRACKEN, call. Closing Stock List 894k Atchison 9441 Atchison prf 90 Ihtlliiuiire A Ohio 176 Canadian Pacific 153 Chicago A Northwestern Chicago A Northwestern pfr..,.210 24 Colorado Southern 28 Denver A Rio Grande Denver A Rio Grande pfd 724 Erie lit, 141 Illinois Central 116 Louisville A Nashville 20 Mexican Central A. Q. HORN, Attorney at Law. Ovor Badcon Drug Store, Wash. Ave. Missouri Pacific New York Central 74 114 JOB. MacLAUCHLAN, Auditor and Accountant, Notary and Conveyancer. Office Room 42, First National Bank building. Ind. Phono 4701 ................ OGDEN FLORAL CO. Floral Artists. .Store 413 Twenty-fourth at. Greenhouse opposite Glonwood park. Phoney Boll 636x, Ind. 193. THE PORTER FLORAL CO. Chotca cut flowers always on hand. Floral dsslgns a specialty. Greenhouse cor. Joftonen ava. and Twentieth at. w. L. Porter, Mgr. Phones Boll 260Z; Ind. 293. VAPEY FLORAL Rmoo. nations, l.Flowaro I. A It fu! . . I i . . KUROKI . Yei VELT. 16. -- President Washington. May and Mis. Roosevelt will have tomorrow for Pine Knit. Mrs. Ronscreir country home in Ylrcinia. Horseback riding probably i;i I,., the main inversion during heir which will last over SuL'dav. AT lull: t Bell phono. CHAMBERLAIN-THOMA- MUSIC S CO, "The House of Quality." Every-thing known in muala 2414 Wash. . . a BARNES, The Music Dealer. OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. Printers A. L. 8COVILLE, PRINTER. Opposite postofflca Both phonea Photographers A. NELLES, LADIES TAILOR. Workmanship and fit guaranteed. Suits 4447 Lewie Block. Ind. Phono 159. LUKE CRAWBHAW, Protographor; Studio Artistic. 2461 Washington Avsnus, Ogdon, Uak. A picture that looks like yau. Livery Stables L WEBER, Photographer. photo avt work. Every vaitoty C43I Wash, ava . Both phona. BROS. Llvory ond Feed Btoblea Phonea: Boll 111; Independent 715. 239 Twenty-fiftIt root. h FEED A BALE STABLE A Co, Props, Llvory OGDEN 740 oL Twenty-eight- h Carriage Mfg. OGDEN ELECTRIC AND CARRIAGE J. P. O'NEILL CONSTRUCTION CO.Con tractors and Bulldora of low 1 Content Walka, Street Paving ond Oravot Roofing. 421 25th it. Music MISS ALMA BAUER, Teacher of Plana MACHINE COMPANY. Horseshoeing, Rubber Tiring, Harvesting Machines, Wagons, Buggiss Manufactured- and Top 2247 Wash. Avo. Boll Phone 1260Y. ERNEST M. W. JONES. Piano, Cabinet, Organ and Han many. Studio 3343 Wash. Avo. . MRa Taashor of (Moravian Studls DENT MOWREY Plano and Cello. Wodell-KiooBldg. Ind. 750, Bell 1134. BERTHA MRS. S. E. REDFIELD. of Plano, Bell phona FRED HOWARD, Contractor and Buildar. Box 386. Phona 517Z. P. a Washington 841-l- c. Avenua MRS. MARY L. SHIPP. Teacher of Gluts' and Mandolin. Rooldoncs 304 33d BL Ind. Phono 11891 at Ball PETER UNANDER, General Contractor ond Builder, 351 9th BL Bell phono 675 Z. GEO. 0LM6TEAD. Contractor and Buildor. Offica and shop at rasldencs, 500 24th at. West Ogdon. Boll phone 481X. Contracting Plumbers A. W. MEEK. Plumbing and Hooting, Removed from tha 26th St ahop Wash. Ava Ind. 'phona 349 ta ganist. 5. F. WHITAKER of Plano. Tabernacle OrStudio 574 23rd otraoL Boll Phone 414Y. Painter and Paper-hangeDirectory rs' Ford and Son Paper, hangers, Doeoratora and Dasignera Ball phono 243X. Loavs orders at Beyls Furniture Co. Established John Real Estate Agents First National Fir Insurance. Bank Bldg. Ind. Phona 470. WM. A. HICKENLOOPER. Real batata, inauranee and Invest manta 209 Eccles Building, successor to N. H. Ivoa N. H. IVES, Live Stock, Ranchoa City Property, 2484 Homes on easy paymenta Wash. Ava Phona 1396. W. B. WEDELL Real Estate, Loana Insurance and Rontala 2468 Washington avo, Beyls block. Both phonea J. M. FORRI8TALL. Surety Bonda Reel Estate and Insurance, 313 Ecclss Bldg. ; Cleaning and Dyeing Pocatello. Ogden. ELITE CLEANING CO Cleaners and Dyer. Taylor A Wilson, Propriotora. Both Phonea N. Q. A. MULLER A BON, Dealer In Wall Paper, Paper Hanging, Painting, Tinting and General Decorating. Wo are authorities on wood finishing. 2582 Wash, ave, opposite Library. . I ' x W. N. PEIRCE. Estate, Notary, Firs and Lift Insurance, 413 24th at. Both phonea Real Real Estate, Loans and Inauranca First National Bank Building. Transfer Companies ALLEN TRANSFER CO, Albsm Allan, Proprietor. Furniture. Vans and Storage. Caba at a moment's Notlca Office 412 25th L Phone v TRANSFER VANS. Plana moving a specialty. 328 25th. Both phones 283, 8. W. A. MALAN . MALAN MALAN TRANSFER CO. Vans, Drays and Baggage Wagons. Our specialties Plana Furniture and Safa Moving; Storage. Office, 405 25th oL Sc Blades Phonea SLADE'S HACKS MEET ALL TRAINS. Carriages In waiting day or nlghL Vans, Drays and Baggage Wogona Plano Moving a Bpoclalty. Excura- ion Busses. Offica Ind. 224; Bell 220; Rea. BsH 840. All Kinds of Transfer )Vork. Stroet 1881. : :: CARL C. RA8MUB80N Real Estate, Loans, Rentals and 22. CELESTE CONROY.' Late Pupil of Leopold Godowsky of Berlin, Germany. Instructor of music In the State Industrial School. Studio at 300 25th Street. Phonea, Ind. 400; Boll, ISO. Teacher THE THOMAS STUDIO, High Grade Portraltura In Pastel, Crayon and India Ink. 2467 Wash. Ava Both Phonea GEORGE A. HORN, M. PAYNE, Teacher Studio, 298Z. System). Alas Plana 2243 Quincy Ava Teacher of Plana Ind. Phona 165. Builders phona, R. P. HUNTER Qultar and Mandolin 2350 Walk Contractors and P. A. ISAK80N. Roar of 24647 22nd Phsnt Adama Ball Ind Phona 3642 A. 2309 Studio, j KELLY A HERRICK. and Ssnarsl Inouranea Loon Rantala Baal Estate Invootmsota JOSEPH BALLANTYNS. Director Ogdon TiMirxIa Cham Valeo Building e. Specialty, Sudl 2532 Orchard Ava 321 K. STILLWELL A NEWMAN Florists. Chaleo and Bedding Planto of oil kinds. Give uo a coll. Store 257$ Wash. Ave. ' Masonry and Cement Contractors and Instructors B. VAN DER SCHUIT. Ind. Phona . Office 408 1 - ; ! Twenty-fift- h Upholstering THE LITTLE GAIN. Upholstering, mattress making, carpet cloanfhg, laying and fitting. Furniture packed for shipping. 447 25th Streak Both 'Phonea Seeds Seeds X. Y.. May 16-R- . MERCURY THE WEST POINT. ain, which set In this morning, was permitted t interfere with the tertainment of General Kuroki on visit to the military academy. 1 nut en- hi The partv rode to the service plain, where hey witnessed drills, artillery practice and field calisthenics by the ca- GOES 1 . ... s x Pianos Ladies' Tailors dis-p-ie- Put the fire out in your range i:.:.in. .Market Moody hut to prune steer 84.00 hi Iter 83.00 bull :!.:uial.i;t; calves S2.75a stacker and leeders 3.00a Oiluiuhna. Ohio. May 16. The millionaire ami author Jnhn Bryan of Xrnln. who came here to the statute tu learn In what 5.2". tate the marriage laws suit him, I 20.U00. Hog Market impatiently awaiting a message from Receipts hi sweetheart. Mis Frederica Murphy steady; others 5 rent lower; choice to prime heavy 66.37 2 of Cincinnati, telling when she will afi.4u: medium 10 good heavy 6.32 meet hint ami go with him to St. aOI": biiicln-rlaniU 10 wed. Kryan say- - be i conweight 16.37 cmd tv prime mixed 6.35a6.-3- 7 vinced that the Mlmouri marriage packing 86.o0a6.33; pigs 85.36 las are the best in (he union. cumn-u- ci u k $ light-welel- it s 1.i."a.-.ii- Gardes and Flower Seeds A PULL AND COMPLETE . LINE. Food and Uce KilThe famous Columbia and Pratt's Stock Remedies. Pratt's Poultry ler. Domestic and Imported. High Patent Hay, Grain and Produce. Prompt delivery. FLOUR det. ECCENTRIC MILLIONAIRE. crip-.- : t non-unio- n RMS . 170 GEO. HARTLEY Clock and Watch Maker and Jeweler and Optician. Dealer in Art Goods and Notions, Victor Talking Machines and records, 2582 Wash. Avenuo. CO. Funeral dasigne of oil Undo; out fioworo and potted plants. .All or. dcro promptly filled. Phono fifiOZ. ........a....... Sept May S pt 160 2nd BL M. J. A. BETLZER. Watchmaker and Jswelor, 25th at Major Drag Store. Calla-LIIH- and Cut ovary lay. Wa think our pricea to be the lowest Pot plants In monthly. May 16 The European wheat condition is regarded by com petent grain merchants here being most unfavorable. Tha present price are the highest quoted In Russia for decades past. The provinces of Bessarabia. Pol ta via, Kherson and where wheat Is chiefly cultivataffected. Seventy-fiv-e ed, are gravely per cent of the winter crop have been damaged by the cold weather and dry spring. Owing to the sudden rise in temperature fortnight ago from four degrees below freeslng to Interns summer heat, the entire spring crop will be lost unless rain fall within a week. The president of tha grain bourse attributes the present prices in Russia to the foreign quotations of grain, which Russia la compelled tj follow owing to the exhauktioa of her stocks. The prosiiert of a crop failure, however. has not caused any speculation In grain. aev-ora- l 1 Ava Jewelers and Boarding. Phonas: Boll 319Y, Ind. 600.. 2215 Washington Ava Gty Florists Odessa, non-unio- estimate. J. F. Everett Po-doll- a, ......iti.t.i.,...... 1 C. O. ISAKSON. THE HOUSEHOLD FURNISHING CO, No. 2300 and 2303 Wash. Avt., ascend hand goods bought and sold. Both phonea 1144. WILLIAMS ABROAD. 1224 Pennsylvania .168 Reading 21 Rock Island Rock Island pfd 4h .,., 132 4 Hi. Paul 83 Southern Pacific Southern Railway 204 Union Pacific 1434 Union PurlAc pfd 92 13 Wabash 17 bid Wisconsin Central ., Miscallaneoua. 98 Amalgamated Copper 37 American Car A Foundry 62 hid American ltcomotlve American Smelting A Refining. .129 59 Brooklyn Rapid Transit Colorado Fuel A Iron 334 bid International Paper 134 National Biscuit ibli 054k National Irad .2ii bft Pacific Mail EVANSVILLE, IND, STRIKE.' 91 hid People's Gas 35 Pressed Steel Car Evansville, Ind., May 16. One bun ir.x Pullman Palace Car dred and twenty union street car 525 Standard OH employes walked out till morning up147 Tennessee Coal A Iron on the refusal of the Evansville snd 386 United States Steel Southern railway to grant an ad104 United States Steel pfd in wage. Western Union 824 hid vance A largo crowd hooted and yelled Northern Pacific 132' ; men. who were op at the Great Northern pfd 1.1:14 car,. This afternoon several Int. Met 224 crating Hit. Met. pfd .,1:4 motonnen attacked a man whom they He received railed a spotter. 71 Mackey blew In the face, before officer 68 Murkey pfd t ame to hi rescue. The assailants cca)c(l. Chicago Futures. I .liter a conductor was WHEAT crowd dragged out uf a street car liy May of I.UO11 union sympathizer and .Inly verelr beaten. The iiollce saved him Sept il from flintier injury. The mob CORN were made. and no arrest May .... Special deputies weie sworn in in July anticipHtlon of trouble with unusual Sept crowded condition tomorrow, which ours will bn clivus day. Miiv . H1 1 t Plain and decorative painting and paporhanging. Na chargs for House Furnishings Auditors and Accountants Hogs Receipt 14,000; market steady to 5c. lower. Heavy, 6. 30a 6.27; packers. 86.20a6.33 light, 86.30a6.40; pigs. 85.50aG.00. 8 market. Sheep 6.000; Receipts to 10c. lower. Muttons, 85.75s6.75; lambs. 86.75a8.50; range wethers, 85.30a7.06; fed ewes, 94.0086.50. WHEAT CONDITIONS 1 1 Painters OR. P. A. COOK. Office, Ecclo Building. Ogdon, Utah, Dentist , 61, 64 and 65 First National Bank Bldg. Phones, Bell BOB, Ind. S& , 4.75. IT Counsolora-at-Law- 1-- 4 n Hiiimiii a.j.ao.ao 10.4114! Leading Dentists F. C. WOODS A CO. Afchttacta. 64 A S7 First Bank Idg. Both Pile Me. 3-- HOW ABOUT from the boot of 4,-- Ball d . unde - A. GRAVES . la HU-44- 1 1 U Fine Nafl Sank Bldg. Architect . s All Our Harness 1 Architects oat. white. 43S454; No. 2 rye, W; fair to choice malting barley. 81694; Na 1 flax seed, 13uv; No. 1 nurth western, 1274; prime timothy seed 436; clover CoQ tract grades, 1506. Short riba (loose), 66"6875; mess New Turk. May 16. Stagnant condition continued ta prevail today in pork per bbl., 1637461656: lard par the great security markets of the 100 lbs, 905; short clear 4des (boxed), 8o6925. world and the number of transactions in New Ymk was so trivial as to WbUkey basis of high wines, 129. Articles. leave little significance in the price Receipts. Ship. 21506 . 22406 movements which are due almost Folur, bbls. .. ;utMl 6300 w holly to the shifting operations cf a Wheat, bu. 1833606 117460 small profeiunal class bo seek only Corn, bu. .. 117706 .253566 to ucalp a Quick profit on a i&Arrow Oats, bu. ... 2006 . SOUO Rye. iu. .... price movement. The movement prov-e24900 3600 extremely sluggish even fur the BsrLy. bn. tin the produce exchange today tha purchase of this class bp that their operations are on a dwindling scale. butter market was easy. Creameries, Brokers are hopeless, apparently, of 186224: dairies. 17621: eggs easy; any early revival of interest in the at mark rasi-- included 15 first 144, market unless in the event of some prime firsts, 154: cheese stead, 130 unexpected development which may 144- serve to stimulate activity. Eager Chicago Produce. use was made yesterday of the short caused by the publi-cstio- n lived Chiago, May 16. The wheat exper-May- , of the purported report erf the 96; July. 98 12. Corn May, 53 Interstate Cuinmerce commission upon July, 51. Oats May, 45; July. 44 the Harriman railroads inquiry and Pork-M- ay. efforts were made to extend those in816.35; July, 916.60. Lard May, 99.05; July, 9.17 fluences Into todays dealings. The Riba-May, 975 12; July, 8.85. effort was unsuccessful. Home special weakness of Chesapeake and Ohio Rye Cash. 79. Barley Cah. 7Ka83c. today might have been connected with the recommendation alleged to Timothy September, 84.65a4.75. have been agreed upon by the commission to prohibit railroad companSugar and Coffee. ies from purchasing shares In other New York. May gar. raw, The stock's weakness was quiet; fair refining, 93.37; centrifugal roads. of s rumors to 96 however, molaaaes attributed, test, 3.87; sugar, 3.12. forthcoming note issue. The Dela- Refined steady; grnahed. 65.70; powdware A Hudson equipment note issue ered, 95.10; granulated, 5.06. Coffee 8teady. No. 7 rlo, 6 nd the General Electric convertible bond Issue served to bring sttentlon Na 4, Santos, 7 back to the question of the supply of capital available to meet the needs Wool, of corporations. 81. Louis, Mo, 'May 16. Wool-Ste- ady: The course of the bond market territory and weatarn medoffers no Indications of the working of ium. 2226; fine medium, 18a21; fine, reCurrent B congestion of Issues. 14al7, ports of the large proportion of subscriptions which had been altotied Chicago Livestock. In the Union Pacific convertible bond Chicago, May 16. Cattle Receipts off the took the edge underwriting 6.50 ; market steady. Beeves, 84.25a first luipres.ion of the success of that n of Urge 6.45; cows, 91.80a4.90; heifers, 82.70a transaction, which was New York bankers 5.40; calve. 84.50a6.00; good to prims 95.85a8.45; poor to medium. beard with Interest of the renewal of steer, 94.25a5.3U; atockera and feeder, 82.90 the movement of gold from lsmdon 5.15. to Paris. In connection with the Hoga Receipt 26,000; market liondon in of discount rales, hardening to 5c. lower. Light, 6.30a steady exon raid snd the sharp sterling 6.50; mixed, 96.25a6.52 heavy, change In (hi market runilltiana are 86X10x6.45; rough, 86.006.1 pigs, brought Sgaiu towards n point of 95.75a6.00 ; good to choice(; heavy, profit on shipments of gold from Am86.35s6.45. erica to Paris, which seemed to be Sheep Receipts 10.000; market Imminent in the early part of last lo 0e. lower. Natives, 84.50a week. Time money rates here were steady western. 6.20; 94.50s6.35; yearling, rather easier today. 86.00s6.60; lambs, 86.258.75; western, free Htiieks seemed comparatively 86.25s8.76. from the reflected Influence of the wheat market today until the Ute upKansas City Livestock. ward flight In wheat, when stea ks ran Kansas City, Mo., May 16. Cattl off. The Inorease In the National Receipt 3.000; market steady. Na, dividend led to profit taking in that .tuck and was without iuflueuce tlvs steers. S4.50a6.06; stockers and feeders. 93.50s5.15; native cow and upon the general list. Bonds were heavy. Total sales, par heifers, 82.75s5.30; bull, 3.35x4.60; cilves, 93.50a5.50; western fed steers, value $ 1.9o6.6fM). U. 8. 4's declined per cent on 94.2Gs5.50; western fed cows,' 93.25a In a lecture ai Ivd Mr. F. R. Benson told his audience of a man to whom he offered a ticket fur a performance of A Midsummer Night's Iream." .The offer was accepted In the words Well. I don't, mind If I do. The pbra-t- is not precisely what one might, call an outburst of gratitude. Analysed, Indeed. It is extraordinarily rude; It Is no more than a synonym for Tank yon for noth-Ing.- '' But. of course those who use the expression snd they are a large number do not slay to analyze the meaning, and the persons to whom it Is addressed accept it, if they are It Is merely wise, without affront. a not her example of the slipshod manner of speech that has become so We common. substituted have Thanks" for "Thank you." yet even the latter would have 'seemed abrupt and discourteous to the more punctilious age that would have said "f thank you." The young lady of today, when she wishes to show extraordinary gratitude, rattles out. "Oh. you're mi good." It Is spontaneous, .Inly no doubt, but It ihe-- not carry untie Sept the air of "I protest you do' overPORK whelm me with kindness." Umdon Jill . . S pi ... Graphic. If you want to ent down living eapeasee call nnd are ua and bo convinced 2 No. 1-- Richmond Anaconda South Columbus Con Tstro .......a...... Victor Con Wabash Yankee Don. Organa. Na 9 yellow, 63. No. 53; 45; N'a 2 white, 45404 : 1-- Mining .. Dromedary Hump . . Daisy Annex Emerald Coldfield Daisy Ingot Lead King Utile Chief Mountain Lake So Number of Transactions Wore Trivial That it Only Showed the Work of Small Operators. 16,-Su- Colorado Are., UNUS- U1: seui-alio- n 2.25 1.25 .. WALL STREET REMAINS UALLY QUIET. I 1 1907. 17, Ogden Business Directory 7.50. Cai-- SALT MAY i'RIDAY, bulk of 6.50; selected 86.50a6.60 sales e6.:56.4t. Market 10.1''- Sheep Receipt steady, but slew; sheef F4.2us6.lo; 8.sua 5.75x6.75; Liuba yearling, MINING MARKET Weak, OGDEN, CTAU. EXAMINER, AND USE THE 0; Then Watch it Go DOWN tab Feed Produce Co. We Have a Special Offer for You 2311 Utah Light anti Railway Co & Wash. Phones WANT ADS YIELD BIG RESULTS.