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TIIE MORNING 6 T I' ESI) AY, EXAMINER: OGDEN, UTAH, Short clear sides, W jrNE 1007. 4, $9.uua 1 boxe.l, 9 25. Selecting Wedding Gifts Whisky, basis of high wines, $1.31. Rsceipts and Shipments. Flour Receipts, 323'W bbls.; ship-- lS.imu bills. iiu, TRADING IS LIGHT ON LAKE CHANGE. WALL SALT WAS STREET MARKET AGAIN VERY WEAK. Wheal Receipts, ments, 17.900 bu. Corn-Recei- Salt Lake, June 3. While the week on the mining exchange opened with a strong, steady market, with most of the favorite being in deiuaud, the amount of business done was extremely light. The first seller to line up was May Day l.dttO shares going at facie Bam Con. sold strong at tig to Cttr.. while Beck Tunnel Cun. found buyers at $1.72 and 31.73. U a iMMH ior many puxxd people. Pardos the auggestloa that our judgment and experience may be of some aid. Presents of gems and other jewelry are always In order, aad yon are assured of ample choice when you beheld tbs display at W. L. BUSWELLB, the Two Deers Sle. Mountain l,ake continued strong at 67c aad 68c , with Tetro again waking up, S..ouu shares going at 12 to 13c. Wabash landed the final sale at 30c. The open board trading resulted In a fairly representative list of transactions. Beck Tunnel advanced to the $1.80 mark with Columbus Con. going freely at 13. Grand Central passed out li0 at 14.40, while May Day weakened a little, selling at 31 and Hc. Muuutain Lake continued atrong at 68c., while Lower Mammoth f jund a buyer at $227. South Swansea moved up to 8c. with Star Con. selling a single lot at 38c. South Columbus Cun. advanced front 32 10 32.03. the market closing on the following prices: Asked. Bid. Storks. Jeweler. North of Wrights. ...... .... Albion Ajax Bullion Berk ........ Carisa v Is the character of the transfer we supply our patrons. service Prompt, reliable and at low cost. Any time you say we'll be on your job and handle It expeditiously end well. ALLEN TRANSFER CO. FkS 1 for yours. 1. u0 .Is ..10 2.73 3.75 40 .50 .... ....... .Ja Creole Cun. Merrur .50 30 2.25 8.00 Dwlv Daly Judge Eagle and Blue Bell Grand Central .... Galen .... liower Mammoth .... 4.40 4.25 ...... ..... oi 3.274 0 1.40 Mammoth May Hay 1.60 .314 31 Nevada Hills Nevada Palrview Ontario Sliver King Sacramento 4.50 4.60 3.55 .20 , 5 50 24.00 . .08 Star 811ver Shield Con 32 Swansea South Swansea 08 .12 .85 2.25 68 .68 124 14 .35 .33 fish 1 1'ncle Sam Butler Liberal Beck Tunnel Black Jack it .13 1.73 Opntury Colorado Mining Daisy Annex 1.774 .50 42 48 .. 3.60 4.50 .20 .08 .... Ingot Joe Bowen J .16 We can tickle yonr palate with a Lead King Chief Little IS of line choice coaplets spring vege68 tables, fresh at our fountain every Mountain Lake 174 morning. Also an assortment of fruits. New York A Sat line of Imported and domestic Bo. Columbus Con... 1.85 43 tapis end fancy groceries. These Seven Troughs 124 goods will prolong your Ufa and Slvo Tetro 12 Victor Con vim and vigor to your system. 28 Wabash 08 Yellow Bose 48 Yankee 76 Irop Blossom .024 .18 ,1 .69 I1 2.024 .46 134 .13 .35 T.B.Evans&Co .50 .85 GROCERS. Both Phonsa lit 2364 Wash. Ave. Bush A Bert's Plans Newman Bros. Organa. FLOUR H. and C. WARDLEIGII Bmlthfleld, FrsnkUn and Garland Flour, Bran and Shorts. dealers In MERCHANDISE Hay, Grain, Straw, Seeds and Produce. Pratt's Food and Lice Killer. The famous Columbia and Pratts 8tock Violins, Remedies. PROMPT Guitars, Acoordsoas, jos, Strings. Ban- Latest Publications of Sheet Music, Boo the Wonderful Pipe Organ, DELIVERY. Utah Feed & Produce 8371 Co. Washington Avenue, OGDEN, UATH. Wash. Avs. Both Phones. D0S0I0 S COMPANY 2311 CLOSING STOCK LIST. Atrhlsnn do preferred 155 25th Street Men's Furnishing Goods HOW ABOUT Ant new Heroes yon need? Dont think yon east afford It till yonto given on a chance. Wn sell no Inferior goods, no old fashioned appliance All Our Harness made from the best of leather la A moat workmanlike moaner. Blankets, Halters. Whips and everything n horse owner needs. J.C. Platt Saddlery Co. Browns Ice 174, 437.25th St. illtk ........ The leading 8. fu- tures ranged as follows: In Phong 1094 Chicago. Futures. Fancy Cash Groceries Ogden Steam Laundry 71 99 Reading Ruck Island ,194 125 St. Paul ........ . Southern Pacific 744 37 Southern Railway ...... . 1308k I nkm Pacific 87 do preferred, Irid 124 abash Wisconsin Central, bid 164 Miscellaneous. 834 Amalgamated (kipper American Car and Foundry .... 384 664 American linconiotlve American Smelting and Refog... 114 1"5 do preferred 48 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 284 Colorado Fnel anj Iron 120 International Paper ... 73i National Biscuit 69 National Iad Pacific Mall ..........,....22888 People's 314 Pressed Steel (4ar 16 Pullman Palate Cor 615 Standard Oil 1 20 Sugnr Tennessee Coal and Iron, bid ..137 324 t'nlted States Steel 96 ito preferred i u4 W es e i u 1 'nion 120 Northern Pacific 134 Great Northern preferred lii International Metropolitan 46 do preferred 66 Markay 67 do preferred Chicago. June The exclusive set entrust us with the laundering of thefr linens. Our work pleases them. No matter how critical yon may be, you wnl find the Ogden Steam Laundry trill please yon. We render A No. 1 service. 924 934 Balt liiKire an.l Ohio 166 Canadian Pacific Chicago A North Western ex. du., 1404 188 do preferred, ex. dn. bid Colorado Southern 224 Denver and Rio Grande, bid.... 24 69 do preferred bid Brie 214 135 Illinois Central 110 Louisville an.l Nashville 20 Mexican Central and Notions of all Irintiq Wines and Liquors 8784 ... ....... ORGANS AND MUSICAL Cream Co Wheat July. 97. Sept.. 99. 884, ship- 37.400 bu.; bu.; ship- bu.; ship- 18s23; dairies. 17a214-Egg- s steady, at mark cases includ144; firsts. 14; prime firsts, 15. ed. Cheese steady, UTAH CANNING CO. OGDEN, UTAH. Producs. On the produce exchange toduy the butter market was steady; cream- eries, 13al4. : Chicags Produce. June 3. Whewt 79 Sept. 99 Corn July a54. ly 53 Packsrs of High Grada Vegetables kirce's Purs Food Catsup, tree's Purs Food Pork A Beano, Salt Lake Valley Canning Company MANUFACTURER Vegetables HH J. G. READ & BROS. CO. Saddlery I .a rd -- July 39.10; Sept. $9.27 12. Ribs July $8.75; Sept. 8.90. Rye Cash 67. Harley Cash C8a74. Tho boot and Largost Manufac- turers Flax, clover and timothy, nothing doing. Sugar and Coffee. New York. June 3. Sugar Raw. quiet; fair refining 3.40; centrifugal 96 test 3.40; molasses sugar 8.15. Refined steady; crushed 5.70; powdered 5.70; granulated 5.00. COFFEE Siesdy; No. 7 Rio 6 38; No, 4 Santos, 7 to $34 the West :: Street. $40 Twenty-fourtOGDEN, UTAH. h , 1 Columbia Club . Perfeoto Cigars made by Columbia Club Cgar Co. UNION MADE OGDEN, UTAH. 1Q7F. ; FACTORY AT LOGAN, UTAH. Am Company Blue Label Flavoring Extracts and Gold Cross Olive Oil . STRICTLY A HOME PRODUCT. 44--H- Ogden Pharmacal ALWAYS THE BEST of PICKLES Manufacturers of Honeysuckle Evaporated Milk Won the gold .modal at the State Fair, 1505. a trial can will convince you there ia nana JUST AS GOOD Atk your Grocer for It OGDEN. 4..H.WH.44 411111 and Cache Valley Condensed Milk Company TENTS and AWNINGS $266 Wash. Ave. 1 3-- Kansas City Cattle. Kansas (Tty, Mo., June 8. Cattle-Rece- ipts 4,000. Steady. Native steers $4.50s6.15; stnekers and feeders $3.25 4.00a S4.85; hulls 83.40a4.75; calves 6.50; .western fed steers $4.25a6.00; western fed cows 33.25a4.75. Market 13,000. Hogs Receipts steady to 5c lower. Heavy 86.12 6.20; packers 6.15a6.27 light $6.20 in 4 Wholesale and Retail Manufacturer nf - Manufacturers VINEGAR 'Phono JOHN HOXER Harness and 1-- I UTAH VINEGAR AND PICKLE WORKS Edward Bichsel, Proprietor. Factory $454 Wall Avcnua. ' FIVE POINTS, FACTORY, OGDEN, UTAH. Wo pack but ena grade of goods 3-- of Utah Fruits and ierse'a Purs Food Hominy, iorco'a Worcestershire Sauce. 7-- 8 Sept. 39 18. $16.20; Sept. $16.37 Oats July 49 Pork-Ju- Close: Sept 53 AND STATE THE BEST. Chicago, July THERST ITRONIZE ship- CLOSE Em Manufacturer of CIGARS Clear Havana and Domestic You get the best and promote an honest home indutry when von smoke the Victor. Union made. Garden and Flower s6.3fl; pigs $5.75a6.00. 13.000. Market 8heep Receipts steady. Muttons $5.50o6.75; lambs $7. 25a9.flfl; range wethers $5.25aG.25; fed rwes $4.75a6.00. Chicago Cattle. Chicago. June 8. Cattle Receipts 4.000; market steady to 10c higher. Beeves I4.50a6.66; cows tl.75a4.90; heifera 82.60a5.50; calves 85.25a5.75; good to prime steers $5.00ad.60; pool to medium $5.0a5.60; stockera and feeders 3.UOa5.20. Hogn Receipts $.000; market weak to 5c lower. Light 66.15a6.35; heavy 85.9(aS.30; rough $5.9i)a6.10; pigs $5.80 a6.30; good to choice heavy $6.20 a6.30. market Sheep Receipts 15.000; strong. Natives and western $4.25a 6.50; yearlings $6.20a7.00; Ami be and westerns $6.25a8.10, STAGE EARNINGS ARE INVESTED IN STATE. Lotts, Langtry, Modjeska and Nat Goodwin are not the only atage start who liked California sufficiently well to Invest some of their dollars In real estate within Its boundaries. Paplnta, the fascinating danseuae, owns a chicken ranch not many miles from Oakland. She bought tbs acres with big money she made from her stage appearances. At that time her idea was to have a fine stock farm, and for some time she carried out that scheme. Her husband, who Jied a year or au before the quake, was a turfman of experience1 and during his lifetime the stock farm managed, to pay expenses. But a lone widow didnt feel equal to running a ranch devoted to blooded horses, an-- Papin-lsubstituted chickens for the equtnra. She Is a clever littlq woman, full of energy and ambition, and her aim la to go abroad and conquer Europe through the muaic hall medium and then return here with the fortune to live n quiet life on her ranch. Par pints, by tee way, was the originator of the mirror dance, which she produced at the Orpheum long before any one else thought of 1L She also did the fire dance befoie Loie Fuller danced it, but the loiter exploited It later In her repertoire and la generally accredited as Its creatpr. Our splendid stock aids you to select Just what yon want Como and see ua. Stock remedies will bo a specialty with ua. Via Rio Grande Western Ry. SELLING DATES: POULTRY T. B. Heller May 27th, 30th, June 3rd, 7th, 12th and 14th .... Kansas Gty, Omaha, Council Bluffs Chicago St Paul and Minneapolis SL Louis ' Denver, Colorado Springs and Pueblo - - - . .. - - - - -- innruT 2310 Washington Avsnus. Both Phonos. $32.00 44.50 41.90 39.50 19.75 . Son , HAY AND GRAIN. First Class Tickets to Points In Kansas, Nebraska, South Dakota, etc., for Ono Fare, Plus $2J)0 For Round Trip. To To To To To SUPPLIES. Oranges the-firs- t Pullman and Tourist Bleepers. Open Top Observation Car through Scsnie Colorado. Three fast flyers daily. For particulars, sea Lemons - Through fret on all classes of tickets, Bananas A. J. CRONIN, Agent Dates . Figs PHONES 104 AND 115 a ACTRESS MAY IRWINS FORTUNE IS LARGE. And now It la May Irwin, fair, fat and 54, who le about to commit matrimony again. The last time May was reported about to remarry Hugo was mentioned as tbe prospective bridegroom. But they both laughed it off to the Investigators who tried to verify tbe ruiuur. Tbe plump little comedienne said that she wasn't thinking Jimt then of adopting a boy, for the had two nice big ones of her very own. .and a a Hugo married Gertie Tldball of till city shortly afterward the rumur uaa silenced for all time. May Irwin la one of the richest actresses in the I'nlied States, and she has made every cent of her fortune herself by her theatrical eu pa genu-nit, mangenient of theaters and by lucky inveatment. She Is without doubt the most popular comedienne on this aide of the Atlantic, and. her avoirdupois Is advertisement to the fact that a laugh a minute" la excel-len- t as a weight producer. To-lan- d Dec.. 31.01, Fine Red Apples U. C. T. Man Talks stc Boston, New York, Chicago, San Francisco. Dr. C. Heath and Company, Incorporated Publishers of Text Book for Schools and Collogea. GROCERIES The Best on the Market P. O. Box No. 28. Portland, Ora., May 18, 1907. Mr. Francis G. Luke, Salt Lake City, Utah. Dear Mr, Luke I am In receipt of your favor of recent date with check for $17.50 enclosed. 'A man who can collect money from C. E. Carman la a wonder, and It affords me much gratifies, tlun to know that there to on earth onp man who can make such dead beats tea the mark. 1 will take pleasure In advising my friends to turn their bad debts over to you for collection. Very L. J. PHEBVB. truly yours, Mr. Phebns didn't know about those red streaks of honesty that exist In everybody. Carmen lives in Chicago. Phebus travels out of Seattle. We collected this easily, and H was about eight Prompt Delivery E. A. OLSEN 2259 Washington Ave, . -- years old. Merchants Protective Association Scientific Collectors of Honest Debts National Bank Building. Balt Lake City, 77, 78, 13, 94, 97, 98, 99 and 100 Commercial National Bank Building, Balt Lake City. Francis 6. Lukt, General Mgr. Borne People Dont Llko Ua." THREE BURNED TO DEATH. want forty head of sound, fat stage horses, weighing from 1,000 to 1,100 pounds, immediately. What have you got? We Commercial - - New York. N. Y.. June 3. Throe lit eg were lost and thousands of dollars damages was done In a fire which ' 'started earlv r lit- - morning in New York Turntereln Hall, 188 William si reel. 816.17. $16.20: The known dead are: Jos. Hoen- July. eke. janiior of Hu hall, burned to Sept.. $16 47. 816.37, $16.37. I .aril July. 19.15. 9.07. $9.10: death in his apartments. Mrs. Jo. MSept.. $9.324. 9.23. 69.27',. eneke, wife of the janitor, overShort Ribs July. $8.8u. 88.724. come by smoke and burned to death. 18 75; Sept.. 8.9y. $8.87. 8.90. A child of the jiinlinr was overcome by smoke and burned to death. The Cash Quotations. flsinra were fanned by a strong wind and spread wlib great rapidity for a Chicane. June 3. Cash nm'laMon time and for s time a serious fire was were os follows: threatened. Eight families occupied Flour, siesdy. Nn. 2 spring wheat. Sl.mini u3: the flour- atx.ui. the hall and the policemen were kept rescuing woNo. 3. 95a 1. 03; No. 2 . S5al6. men and children. No. 2 corn. No. 2 yelh-w- . - if-d- 34. No. 2 We deliver from a quart cked in ice to any of the part city. Phono for Prices. 7(ia74. up-pa- 3,000 Rye-Recei- pts, ments. none. Barley Receipts, ments, 1.1 uu bu. $1.00. 99, Corn July. 544. 3i- 52711x54: Sept., 54. 534. ii:la54; Dec., 51 .j, 504. 51a4. Oats July. 49, 48. 49: Sept.. 40. 39. 38a, 39; May. 40. 41. 40a. 41. Pork $16.30. alN. 2 Ih-1- 1 96. 97ia4 99a: Grant Avenue Ind. rhone 1193 Phone 14'C 2577 318,000 ipts, ments, 292.500 bu. Har-rima- n .,. and complete line of Loral, bu.; ship- n ...... PIANOS ending -- Missouri Pacific New York Cent ill Penniy Ivanla WHEAT A full Hsrriman Pacifies and Copper Wert the Weakest Stocks and Suffer Heavy Declines. New York. June 3. -- The tone of the stock market became very weak again today and the heavy decline carried uine of the Biu.1 cunupicuou stocks lower than thev sold loot Monday. The reason for the weakness were not very apparent beyond the obvious explanation that there was no demand for atocks. No effective demand de-- i eloped at any time during the newton and bear operators showed no urgency-ithe desire to cover their shorts until the final hour of the trading. The amounts of stock sold were not very large, but the eutire pruatratkia of the demand left tho prices easily vulnerable tu moderate selling pressure. The Pacifica and the copper industrials were the weakest features, although the declining tendency of ihe market was comprehensive. Published reports of assertions by the head of the system of the necessity by the railroad' world bod some special effect on the stocks of that system. The weakness of the copper was sufficiently explained by the severe decline ia the The New IsHidun prices of metal. York Metal exchange also marked down tlie price of the metal here. A report from Washington that the determination had leen reached not to push the government prosecution against the Hsrriman railroad conrblnsiion had no effect in checking the decline In stocks. Railroad traffic officials were quoted ns usual, la weekly reviews of conditions In their field, and were disposed to concede some falling off In the volume of freight moving, although claiming no expense still over tbe corresponding period of last year. Railroad earnings of the year's report ed continued to allow an Improvement In the net returns fur April, the addition of the Pennsylvania to the list with the first Increase In net for many months, being regarded sa especially significant on account of the representative character of tlie ayMaem. Some diMturbnres of sentiment was due to the persistent heavy demand for gold from Paris, jditpmenta to that poiur arranged here amounting to and at London to $2JH)Q,u00. It does not swear that any ainster oh ject He behind this movement which is attributed to the trade actlilty In France, the large demands on the Rank of France and low level of Its reserves, the present bidding of that Institution in spite of tbe accretions of the last few weeks, remaining far below tbe amount held at this time last year. The lack of confirmation of any of the financial trouble rumors as the day progressed had much to do with causing the shorts to cover more extensively late in the day. The substantial recoverie resulting were well maintained to the lost. Bonds were heavv. Total sales par value 61,821.000. United Slates bonds were unchanged on rail. 17.000 bu.; CSti.imo bu. Oats-Rece- Week Opens With Strong. Steady Market May Day the Leader. pts, ments. 48, 4h Some of the Manufacturers of Our County and State No. oats. 5a: 49-- rye. s5; fair to choire malting, Flaxseed. No. r.nrth western. $1.31... Prime timothy seed. $4.75. Clover contract grades. 15.27. Short ribs sides, loose. $t.62a 1 8. 5. Mess jiorls per bhl.. Ilfi.12a16.23. 100 lbs., $3.V2a. Lard per DRUGGIST This is the Place to Buy Your Drugs, Guaranteed and Strictly Pure First-Cla- ss STRIKE FOR NINE-HOU- Prescriptions Carefully Compounded 2273 WASHINGTON Square Horse Merchants Stable 248 24th St PHONES 698. INDUSTRIAL AND MINING WANTED DAY. Cleveland. Ohio. June 3. Two hundred machinists employed In shops where the employers ref ueed to grant the union demands for a nine-hou- r day, today went on strike here. According to the officials of the machinists union, the nlne-bnu- r day, with an Increase of ten per cent in wages, conhas been granted by twenty-sicerns In Cleveland. The men have heretofore worked tea hours. Johnson&Dee STOCKS . No. J white. 464 ; JESSE J. DRIVER AVE. I We are prepared to buy from private owners Industrial and Mining Stocks. Give full particulars of tbe Shares held. Maks yonr price foot tom and save our time and yours. We dril direct with owners only and not through brokers. AU classes of Stocks considered, but Industrial Blocks preferred. Industrial Stocks preferred. 43 Exchange PL New York.