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packers 6.956.10; light 6.uoa6.20. 12 Wabash H'uuusdo Central, bid Miscellaneous. I .8 Amalgamated Copper 40 American Car and Foundry . 64 American Locomotive American dwelling and BXng ...102 iw da pfd. 6UBrooklyn Rapid Transit 27 Colorado Puri and iron 12 lqwrnatiunal Paper, hid 72 National Biscuit, bid 61 National I 25 Psciflc Mall bid..... 82 People's Lias, tx. 2s 1resaed Steel Car Pullman Palace Car, bid .....168 ... ........ WEAK. TODAYS STOCK MARKET UT FREE FROM NERVOUSNESS Stock! Got No Hoi! Frees mart CM Report C Of Condition Showing L Expected. d Ilf, G"r Crop 4.8 Standard Otl .115 .. Sugar Tennessee Coal and Iron, bid ..140 3d United Stales Steel pld. e rtrt-abl- Western Union 77 Tho New Tort. Aug. to 12 Northern pfd feature of today' market, of Northern Pacific iew of the violent Durtumtiou 11 tho freedom International Metropolitan tho loot fee days 25 and a nervous pfd da from 2 Mscksy U spite of tho irturrenre 64 Tho hop da pfd, hid degree of veakneoo. rco the Bsuldation had apent la CHICAGO FUTURES. and that A substantial tally of tho noult from tho requirement! The leading fuuncovered abort Intermit waa abort Chicago, Aug. tures ranged as follows: lived. New points of weakneaa im Wheat- - Aug., 86, 86, 86; Sept, ped almost from the outset, Dec, 82, 82, stead of tho feverish and violent 88. 87. May. 88, 87. 88. aroaha which characterised pester-jy82: a ana Corn dept., 65, 64, 65; Dec, market, however, them intdufcl tud lot dliwrderly mcmiwb. 62. 51. 62; May, 62. 52. 63. Serve heaie refrained from the emOats Kept. 46, 45, 45; Dec, 48, 43, 43; May, raiding tnctica which have been 47; 43a44, oa the ployed for at vend days, and 45. to no analety la seemed $16.35. 116.50, $16.30, hand other Pork Sept, cover their short contra eta Hallies Lard Sept, 19.20, 89.15, 19.12; although and were few Infrequent, 89.27. 9.22, l.25. Oct, Rib ike d"M was many times arrested. Sept, 88.82, $s.70, $8.82; gave These peueee in the selling Oct, f8.87, 18.72, f8.87. to piece anti late in the day simply dullness and the market wae singuCash Quotations. On supChicago, Aug. 9. Tha cash quotalarly lacking la resiliency. was tions wers as fulluws: position offered to explain this that liquidation was ntug on by Flour Steady. Wheat No, 2 spring, 98Q99; Na S Important Interests without being sell-lu- g toroed and able to withhold the Na 2 rod, 89088; at weak times and to offer U Corn Na I yellow, 68 tactics raiding actual support against Na white, Osits, Na 2 write, 6$ consider waa a Thera 52. 48 by tha bears. able reduction In the volume of busiBarley Good feeding, 656 80; fair - of Intervals considerable ness and to chnica malting, 646 68. The actual dullness la tbs market. Flan Na 1 northwestern, $1,181-2- . Indirect neve of tha day had little Timothy Prims aeud, 84.6U64.6S. fluence oa tha market. Tha moat Shura riba, aldds (loose) $8.Cufc8.M. came Mesa pork per bbl. $16.20616.36. pronounced recovery of tha day of a after tha report of tho granting comLard per 1U0 lba. $9.07 writ of error to tha Standard Oil Short clear aides (boxed) $8.75&8.00 pany la the case Involving tha Whiskey basis of high wines $1.21 ha A connection direct fine, waa not clear two tween these facta, Raciapts and Shipment. 21,900 1y evident The extreme weakness of Flour, bids. 18,000 waa factor a aome. Individual stock 243,200 130,000 Wheat, bu. market of tha la keeping tha rest 227,700 166,100 Cora, ha Hates for call loena were Oats, bn. 120,000 66,200 but 6,000 slightly lower than yesterday, A Rye, bn. tha time loan market was very strong Barley, bn. 900 4,400 and supplies very small. Tha estimates of the week's case changes Produce. showed a decisive tura In tha tide of On tho produce exchange today tha the currency movement awny from butler market waa firm; creameries, New York, the balance of shipments 306 241-2- ; dairies, 10621. over receipts being mtlnsM at Eggs steady, at mark cases Included, braids tha transfer through II firsts, 17; prime firsts, Chito of 11,000.000 tha 16. week's The cago and Ban Francisco. Cheese G toady to 12(71312. heavy liquidation of securities baa obliandoubledly gone to paying off Crop Report, gations, hut there have been soma Washington, Aug. 9. The crop reheavy syndicate payments during tha week. Tha 15,0o0,0o0 payment today porting board of the bureau of statisfor Union Pacific convertible bonds tics of tha department of agriculture, ti would figure but slightly la tha finds from tha reports of the and tha agents of tha bureau, waek'a average loan account. as follows: Blocks got no help from tha Thro condition of eon oa Ang. 1, crop report, tha corn crop conditions showing leas than tha ex- waa 81.8 as compared with iOJ last pected Improvement, while the de- month, 88 on Aug.r 1, 1906, 89 oa Aug. average of 83.2. cline tu the condition of spring wheat 1, 1908 and a 1 h following table shows for each was regarded as sensational. Honda were Irregular. Total aalrs, of the states, having on million acres or upward In corn, tha conditions on par value, IKCI.OM). V. 8. bonds were unchanged on Aug. 1 In each of tha last two years, r with tha August average: States. Aug. 1 Aug.l 1906. 'Average. 1907. CLOSING STOCK LIST Thai ........... ..................... S-- ...122 9-- do-vet- 88a; s lit 3-- 2 1-- 1-- 1 1-- y cones-pondua- pigs and eaea 4.5ja5 50 T BE Chlcage Livestock. Chicaga Aug. I. battle Receipt Market strong; beeves 4.40a SALT LAKE MINING EXCHANGE. ljoa 7 A0; cows and heifers 1.405.60; Texas steers 3.7oa5.10; Stockers and feeders 2.705.00; western 4.505.90. 5 Tintic Stock In Demand Today and Hogs Receipts 11.000. Market at Somewhat Better to lu higher; light hogs I.9uu6.10; Prices heavy 6.856.10; mixed 7.756.271-2- ; - ;w-rough 6.355.65; pigs 6.6ua6.15; bulk AVERTED SECRETARY WILSON SPEAKS OF THIS COUNTRY'S CARELESSNESS 5.8UU6.15. Market 9,000. Tunnel diheep Receipts Salt Lake; Ang. ack strong; sheep 2 X 56 .00; yearlings 6.15 seemed to bo tho center of attraction a6AU; lambs 6.60a7.90. on the floor of tho mining exchange today and advanced 16 cents a share TELEPHONE CO. MUST ACT. during the forenoon calls. The unReBe Service That Orders the Judga certainty about tho dividend appear sumed, to havo passed and the general opinion prevalla that when tho directors Helena, Mont, Aug. 9. Judge Bach in the duatrict court issued a writ of meet In Provo tomorrow they will oe mandamus to compel tha Rocky Moun- der the usual distribution. Howtain Bell Telephone Company, whose ever', nothing official haa barn given operators are on strike, to resume op- out. May Day remained steady toerations. He declared that the com- day and was bought at 42 cents. Undo pany had a duty to perform, and that 8am Consolidated went, up to service must be resumed. He said he a share, while Mountain Lake weakwould punish any one who attempted ened to 74 cents. The effort to get to interfere with the lines, but the Columbus OonaullJated off at $5 mere fact that one peraoa persuades failed, but the stock was purchased another not to woik, and uses no at 14.85. There waa practically no threats or fores, does nut Justify the trading among the unlisted stocks. company in refusing its duly to tha Ohio Copper waa In demand and highpublic, adding that the company must er. Western Nevada was offered at operate ita lines or forfeit Its fran- 86 rents with no takers, while Mason chise. Valley could havo been obtained at It waa Immaterial what It coat to $1.97. Oa tho whole, todays local operate Its lines, was the reply to the market waa good considering the situstatement of counsel that the ation In tho eastern market centers. had not succeeded In company Tha closing quotations and securing help. Judge Bach said were; he knew the company could get all tha reassistance needed If necessary muneration were paid. General Manager Murray of the telephone company said ha waa preparing to begin damage aulta against persona who had interfered with tha business of the company and that more Injunction aulta would be filed. A few operators worked today. t.-B- 61-0- ENDURANCE Automobiles 2 DERBY. In a Race at Beach. Brighten Eagerness to Grain Profit Haa Brought About Most Deplorable Condition. 8an Francisco, Aug. 9. Tear of waste, careless methods and a shortsighted policy la order to gala immediate profits haa brought tha United States to tho eve of a lumber Bunina was tho declaration mad by Secretary of Agriculture Wilson, who arrived here yesterday from the northwest. Although tho federal government la doing all In Its power to ward off the peril, having set aside 150,000,-0U- 0 acres of forest reserve lands, the prospective famine, according to Secretary Wilson, can be presented only by the Individual holders of forest lands or by state lawu Tha waste haa been Incalculable," said Secretary Wilson, "and the Increased cost of lumber at present heralds an Impending famine. The loaa by forest firm alone amounts to hundreds of thousands of dollars every year." Jn reply to n question na to (ho probability of tho federal government taking some action for perpetuating tho forests by replanting. Secretary Wilson said: It will have to coma to that In time, but tho cheeking of tho present peril rests with the mate and through state law. The greater put of the eastern and middle west country now looka to tho Pacific coast for lu lumber and If tho coast states wish to maintain this profitable Industry in tha future they will have to paaa and enforce suitable laws governing It." COALfORlE New York, Aug. I. The international endurance derby for automobiles will be run today and tomorrow at the Brighton Beach race track. Tha race will continue through the night and until 24 hours have elapsed. Eighteen cars of foreign and American make have entered for the trot. The Illumination of tha track for tha night racing haa been provided for. It la stated that It will be possible during the darkest hours of tha night to distinguish the numbers and the faces of tho drivers. Gasoline lights of 2,000 oandle power are placed at Intervals ot on hundred feet all around tha track. Additional are lights are used on the stretches and numbers of smaller lights of rod and green color. Indicating the turns, have bean placed at each end. Besides the derby n number of races ranging from five to 100 miles have been arranged for. ten-yea- , t, Chicago, Aug. ........ Illinois low , 1907. H Atchison do, pld Baltimore and Ohio Canadian Pacific Chicago and Northwestern 91 1 ....MS Georgia Ohio 90 Kentucky 84 87 ...... .......... .....i......... 22 ...........11614 108 20 Missouri Pacific ............... 70 do. pfd Bt. Paul Rout hern Pacific R iiithorn Hallway Union Pacific .................. dft, pfd . .83 Kansas Indiana 2U0 hid a, ...a, a. 2414 .Colorado Bout hern 27 Denver and lUo Grande dO. fd4 bid , a. waa... 68 New Tork Central Pennsylvania Heading Rack island Missouri Texas 95 168 dO. pfd., Erie Illinois Central Louisville and Nashville Mexican Central Nebraska 83 86 . , , . . .78 82 88 $4 .....83 ...... . ..... .78 Alabama North Carlolna Majority of tha Ships, It Is Reported, Have Already Sailed for the Paclfla 88 70 77 97 93 83 80 ,,..87 91 90 77 96 84 88.0 93.9 81.1 107 Prollmlnaory returns Indicate a win...11814 ter wheat crop of about 409,600,000 94 bushels, or an averaga of 14.6 bushels, 20 per aero, aa compared with 16.7 bushels per acre last year. This prelimin44 . .. .124 ary estimate of the yield of winter wheal and tha estimated acreage of 85 which It la baaed era subject to revi18 sion and correction, when the final es131 timates of tha bureau are mads next 82 FLOUR, HAY, GRAIN And Plenty of It Stock Remedies and Poultry Koentgsberf, Prussia, Aug. 9. A boat accident on tha river Pregul resulted In tha drowning of nine men, all members of tha engineer oorpa of tha army. The boat, with engineers aboard, waa being towed by a steam-e- r when It turned over. Eight succeeded In reaching tho shore. The men who lost their lives were all good swimmers but tha current waa too strong for them. o The following table shows the esti- o mate yield per aero In each of the o principal winter wheat state In 1907 o and 1906, the figures for 1906 being o the final estimates Issued December o 20th: o 1906 Bn. o 1907 Bn. Slates. .11 2 11.8 o KaussS 14.4 20.7 o Indiana 13.2 14.8 o Missouri 16.3 20.4 o Ohio 19. U 23.2 o Nebraska 18 .0 Illinois i9.5 o 11.6 17.7 o Pennsylvania 16.0 California o li.l 9.0 Oklahoma 14.0 o 11.5 o Texas ........... i.O 14.6 13.1 The average quality of winter wheat Michigan la 90.6. SUPPUES THE BEST Try Them Heller (EL Son T. B. 2S1S Washington Avenue. Beth Phones, Tha average condition of spring wheat on Aug. 1, was 79.4. as compared with87.2 last month. 80.9 on Aug. 1, 1906, 89.2 on Aug. 1, 1906, and a ten-yeaveraga of 83.4. The following table shows, for the five principle spring wheat states, tha condition on Aug. 1, In each of the last two years, and that on July 1. 1907, with the August 1st averages. Staten Aug. 1, Aug. 1, 1907. 1906. Ave. 89 96 Washington ....98 United States ..79.4 83.4 96.9 Chicago Produce. Close: Wheat Sept. 85 4; Dec. 931-4- . Corn Sept 651-8- ; Dec. 62 Oats Sept. 451-4- ; Dec. 43 Pork Sept. 16.35. Oct. 9 .25. Lard Sept. 9.17 Riba Sept. 8.821-2- ; Oct. 8.871-2- . . 3 155 TWENTY-FIFT- H ST. 7475. Barley Cub 6370. Rye--Cas- h Men's Furnishing Goods and Notions of all kinds A Fancy Gish Groceries Wines and Liquors o NATIVES. BY That great American story of the present day By Arthur Hornblow BT BEYER Will begin in our next issue. We asked a brilliant woman who had seen the play what impressed her most She said it was the victory of the young woman over the king of the trusts, the final triumph of the higher nature over the lower in which Shirley Rossmore frees John Ryder from the chains of his sordid ambitions and restores him to his better self, suggesting the fable ' of The Lion and the Moose. This made the strongest impression, notwithstanding there is a beautiful love romance running through the story. Batavte, Island of Java Dutch Bast A detachment of Infantry, commanded by two lieutenants, has boss massacred by rebels In the Mori district of tho Island of Celebes. Tha victims, Including soma convicts, numbered 46, WASHINGTON POST Will become the most talked of book of the year. Aa exciting and fascinating a narrative as has appeared in novel form in years,i NEW ORLEANS HARLEQUIN The American nation is indebted to Mr. Hornblow. He bat clothed yith the vibrant palpitating flesh of life interest the greatest economical problem and evil of the day. It is a book to make the multitude think - - Beginin Our Next Issue Don't Miss It To Indlea Aug. I. GEORGE ex- posing the unscrupulous methods of the money octopus novelized from Charles Klein's play ROBERTS SPEAKS. Former Director of the Mint on State Righto. Regular Call Salsa Columbua C on. ,3 00 at $4.95. May Day, 1,000 at 42a Nevada Falrvlew, 1,000 at 19a Star Con., 100 at 63a; 400 at 62c. Unde Sam Coo, 100 at 98c.; 2,300 at 99a; 1,000 at $1.00, b 30. Butler Liberal, 600 at 12a; 1,600 . ld oooooo oo ooooooo Will Start in Sunday's Examiner that more than n billion dollars In new securities have been offered to the public by this dess of American corporation since January 1st of the present year. There must be n brood and popular market, such an only general confidence can give to absorb this never-endinstream of new securities. The amount drawn from properties la dividends from year to year la small compared with the amount of new capital required to keep their facilities up to the expanding needs of the country. It la obvious that unless this proposed regulation prove In practice to be reasonably acceptable to tbe In- vesting public, capital will turn Into other channels, with resulting Injury to the public enormously more serious than any probable loss to security holders. It may be agreed that the public has no Intention of being unjust to railroad property; that la not the point at Issue. The public cart not be expected to net with wisdom unless It haa full end correct Information. The best board of directors would go wrong otherwise. Unfortunately the public's sourcee of Information, particularly about any subject of political action, are very uncertain. Tbe average businessman must form his opinions upon a hasty reading ot hastily edited newspaper, eel knows tho faults of the modwa dally papers better than the men vke make them. The higher organisation of aodity waits upon the developments In tk repress of n higher aenae of social sponsibility. Society cannot undertake and successfully perform tM more complex duties that are propoMl for It, unless this organ 2 aclouinei performs ita work sobeny and faithfully." y . g The Chinese again are entering Canada In considerable number i apito of tbe $500 head tax deemed fldent at the time of Its imposluo few years ago entirely to bar effecuv until recently, not a Chinese enterala tho Dominion except merchant and : few. others who were exempted. Wages paid In the diamond lnduetri at Amsterdam are estimated to amounted to $8,400,000 in 1906, with mill hire, disk polishing. profits of manufacturers, merenwa end brokers It is thought that a 10,400,000 of foreign money brought Into the city .by the Industry 1 In 1905, WANT ADS BRING BIG RESULT 4HIH,41IIHIH4lllimilHlHtW4IIHH41Ht4H44W444IH4l4WWWW4IIMMMHmiHmiHIHH44ll4lllllllimillHtttHt HOME MANUFACTURERS LOOK AT THE LABEL AND INSIST ON OGDEN AND UTAH MADE GOODS 10-Y- Chicago, Ang. Domoto & Co. MASSACRED Esterrllle, la, Aug. I. In an address before the Northern lows Editorial association tonight, George Roberta president of tho Commercial National bank of Chicaga discussed tho tendency to enlarge governmental funo-tion- s and. tha difficulties to bo met In O such effort. Ho said In part: MICHAEL MCDONALD DEAD. O at lie. For a concrete Illustration, take o Crown Point, 9,904 at $1.12. the situation now presented by the Ho at One Tima Became Beck Tunnel, 1.800 at $1.92; enactment of the new federal railway a o Member of tha Jewish Faith. o 206 at $1.92, a 60; 200 at $1.95; legislation and the public utUltlea act o 300 at $1.95, a 60. of New Tork state. These acta unIron Bio tom, 500 at SL20; 100 at doubtedly embody n sound public polChicago, Aug. 9. Michael o C. McDonald, for many yean a o $1.30, a 60. icy. The public control of monopolies Mountain Lake, 200 at 77a; 300 at whose service are necessary to tho leading politician and a prom- o inent gambler, died today. Tho o 76c.; 300 at 75a; 2,900 at 74c. community la Inevltebla That argumurder of Webster 8. Guerin o Seven Trough. 1,100 at 69a ment la over, but the problem I believe la yet to be dealt with. Nothing by McDonald's wife recently o Open Board Salsa had a strong effect In breahlng o Beck Tunnel, 700 at $1.97; 200 la disposed of by merely turning It him down. He left an estate o at $1.97. a 60; 4,100 at $2.00; 200 over to tho government to be manvalued at several million. o at 92.00, a 60; 100 at $2.02. aged. This question is much larger The life lung friends of o Crown Point, 500 at $1.12. than tbe simple regulation of profits were Lower Mammoth, 500 at $3.00. astuniabed to o upon capital already Invested In pubML Lake, 300 at 74a; 100 at 75a lic service corporations; bow much learn, after his death, that he, o at one time, had become a o than tho simple regulation of May Day, 1,000 at 41c. o Unde Bam, 9,830 at $1.00; 1.000 at larger member of the Jewish faltht profits upon capital already Invested o $1.02; 1,000 at $1.02, a CO. in public service corporations; how Victor Con., 600 at 14a much larger la Indicated by the feet ooooooooooooooooo o t. o December. NOT ARRESTED: Mouse Praised by the Critics Mew Tork, Aug. 9. New which has reached the maritime exchange and shipping offices hare la to tho effect that tha navy department, through Its agents In Mew York, Baltimore and Newport News, haa chartered a total of fourteen vesaela to carry coal to tho Paclfle porta Tha eoal la for (ha use of tha great battleship fleet which la to bo sent to tha Paclfle In tha falL The government's need la now aatr hfled, It waa said. A majority of tha vessels engaged have sailed already, a total of 75,000 of the 100,000 tons of coal needed npoa the coast having been dispatched. NINE MEN DROWNED: 84 91 BIG FOURTEEN VESSELS CHARTERED BY THE GOVERNMENT. Mannheim, Aug. 9. There In no truth In the report that Olga Molltor, for the murder of whose mother Kail Hau was recently sentenced to death at Karlsruhe, has been arrested and Tha report that aha had Imprisoned. been taken Into custody arose from the fact that aha came to tha prison to ha confronted with Baron Lindeau who was arrested In connection vita the Mollter murder. Tha confrontation was of short duration and took place In tho presence of officials. After It Olga Moliter left the prison. The authorities decline to give Information of what took place at tha meeting nor will they any anything about Olga's present whereabouts. 85 9) ...90 Arkansas Mississippi Ind. Territory Oklahoma United States 84 83 83 81 78 76 87 87 86 96 84 83 86 88 85 93 93 96 OLGA MOLITER The Lion and the ILLUSTRATED BATTLESHIP nt ten-yea- me LI 0 N Market J.000. tfbfevp Kwofrlpti steady. Muttons 6.25a6.0u ; lambs 6..i e Liter k25a25; fed 7.75; range Kansas City Livestock. Kansas City. Ang. 9. Cattle Receipts 4.000, Including 2.000 sou thens. Market steady. Native steer ba 7.20; aomhera steers 3254.90; southern cow 2.003.50; native cow and heifers 2.0076 78; Stockers and feeders 3.20V 5.25; bulls 2.5003.75: calves 4.256.75; western steers 4.256.2(1; western cow 350a4.85. Hoga Receipts 5.000. Market 5 to 10 higher; bulk 5 956.10; heavy 5 $5 UTAH CANNING CO. ALWAYS THE BEST 4144 Packers ef High Grade Vegetables lercee Pure Feed Catsup, areas Pure Feed Perk A Bfana lerce'e Pure Food Hominy, lerco's Worcestershire Sauaa W pack hut ona grads ef good THE BEST. P Perfeoto Cigar a UNION Manufacturer ef , Manufacturers ef . TENTS and Gear Co. MADE UTAH VINEGAR AND PICKLE WORKS WhetOMlo end Retell made by Columbia Club 444'l 11141 JOHN HOXER Columbia Club OGDEN, UTAH. 4 AWNINGS I C28S Wash. Ava OGDEN, VINEGAR and PICKLES STRICTLY A HOME PRODUCT. Edward Blchset, Proprietor. Factory 2454 Wall Avaftuu Then OGDEN, UTAH. 187F. HHI4IM414444414IIHI J. G. READ & BROS. CO. WM. 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Twanty-wcconStreet and Taber-naclIngton Avenue, Opplte Phonea Ind. 6dS, 611 I0 ESTIMATES FURNISHED. d a ALL KINDS OF MILL WORK. c.w. cross CO Manufacturer! of and Wbo'aaala sad Retell Dealers in THARNESS, SADDLES AND SAD- - DLERY HARDWARE. wwtwss Washington Avenua Bell Telephone M5X.