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W THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, MAY ft, 1910. T jtj
K0 Prices of Stocks
barest on Fcbru-
KffYORK TO LONDON
SfAcerning Crops Ex-
W- rTsZwe jerky and
Ki;'.! prices of slocks
"2dr illustrated the sud
frtrt!on and of a tight
$Jt when the -eck
aKLj to a lower awmso
te MC CUPi2 f
fcS In.Ho.. of it m ihc
SieS of securities with
Krtetr PIIcd I,rlcca UP "
MfT. .ha ocars scurrying lo
iJLrtiat bene"1 of lhc cn"st,'
capital on a large scale
1m-r. of new securities needs
fltlon. The exigencies of the
VEL market growing out of the
H&Ss added 10 the pres
M?,1" ?- money matket mid
9& "itiacUona for draw
K," york to London. .
SM'f the week's operations m
'MLbBiad for American sccurl
m?lt anil the terms of the
Eiere unknown, lhat .it
RL i kd to br. offered was as
JHlihatsv of the New York
MSwihe'known needs of en-
.t ffl plnted to u,r abU"
n?uble use of the re-
MffiTi?"' capital resources is
M.Ss!iwiliv for the check
Ktf! 1. which had led to
Bovcment toward curtail-
Ksudlngtho crops is expected
Sta "taplnB speculative sen
SEnl. The oxtended spec
.SHEin in the commodities mar
"frYipanded credit position of
Kiri tfct country are cornphcat-
13 IN FUTURE HOPES
I, Jhv S. Since iho first
companies have been
: mess upon the receipts
ii&ulons on old contracts
roJucts, but the decrease
of new business is belli?
; reduction In output of
sha'fc placed few orders
. Contracts for rails, in
oid light sections, have
ily IS.OO'J tons and bridge
lueu confined to a few
)U. the large western con
IIH held in abeyance. Car
Jtetl 5000, but locomotive
ocul bids have been sub
xctural work in all pnrls
r, but contracts for only
inns havi been placed.
Mill pending for about
m sooner or later will re
, In (he ne.xt few months
Miltacls wilt he let to con-
I WEATHER f PRECAST FOR MONDAY
yi 8- Department of Agriculture.
U WEATHER BUREAU..
ps"T. O WILLIS L MOORE. Chief. O
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; .V ' . ;, -'J J; J .S,- - ""oV 7,190.
9 i o i 1 1 if'' " A'salhar Fara-
X. ' ' 7 --r- 'caforOaU
Obwtvetion takti, at i p. n,., Mventv.fiflh mtridun ' ' O 4 lX -n j-Z '
Imraw, or cootinuouj line, pxM ibrough points of jpc - ".v ' ' "A i
I'OTiier.Wf, or rfoltd linry. nj ihrouRli point" of , . . " '
cquM timprturo; thry will be drawn onlv for leto t 'f .. ' . '
frMing, 00 and 100'. ' h ,r t v ' V ) e
SvxnoL IndicAl? titc 0f wither Q '' - ' - .. A
Q-pirtlyclourtv, Q cliiudy. (g) roiii; (g) ,uoit 1 i '
g) report miMitig. Arroni fly witli t nind. Kirj't
riKiirf, higlicit lniperatiirt; ond. 12-hour rainfall (
if it tqunU 01 inch third, wind velocity uf 10 ruilti
pr hour or more. " . ' -J
Forecast for Salt Lako City and Vicinity.
Fair Monday and Tuesday.
,i?U,Cr wen' ler prevails generally -west of thi Mississippi river, oivlng to the
absence or liigh or low barometer regions; and under the influence of steady ba
lomeirlc court tlons the fair moderately warm weather of Sunday will prevail in
Linn at leant during Die early part of Iho week.
i alr)Carei1 over the lako region Sunday evening which had produced scat
tered showers In the Ohio valley and to the southward, though the amounts
ucre light. The tempera Hires were lower In the east than In the west owing to
these showery, cloudy conditions.
ALFRED h. TU1KSSEK Section Director.
tractors, but any direct benefit, to the
mills and fabricating shops Is far In tlitf
future. Eventually about 1G0.000 tons of
steel will be required for this work.
During the last few days there1 ha?
been an increase in the number of orders
for foundry Iron In the east and new in
quiries have been more encouraging, ag
gregating about 12.000 tons for shipment
over the second half of the vcar.
WEATHER CHANGES AS !
PREDICTED BY BUREAU
WASHINGTON. May S An area of
clear and cold weather will appear over
tho northern Rockies tomorrow, over
spread the middle and northern plains
states on Tuesday, advance over the cen
tral valley and lake region and reach the
Atlantic states 'Thursday, according lo
the weather bureau.
A disturbance attended by copious
rains and thunderstorms promises to ap
pear In the southwest tomorrow or Tues
day, advnncp over the central valleys and
lake region "Wednesday and Thursday and
roach the Atlantic coast stales Friday
Persian Nerve Essence
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Persian Mod. Co.. ;35 Arch St.. Philadel
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SCH RAM M-JOHNSON drug stores.
BUCKETSH0PS TO BE PUT
THROUGH RIGID INQUIRY
WASHINGTON. May S. In the de
partment of justice, interest during the
coming week promises to center in Ihe
campaign against the bucket-shops and in
the investigation In the alleged pool In
Attorney General Wlckersbam has an
nounced that be will proceed with the
cotton pool inquiry regardless 'of the ad
verse criticism against him.
An Ideal Cough Medicine.
"As an ideal coujrh medicine I re
Card Chamberlain 's Cough Remedy in
a class by itself," says Dr. R. A.
Wiltshire of Gwynpoville, Ind. "I
tnko great 7)leasurc in testifying to
ihe results of Chamberlain's Cough
Medicine. In fact, 1 know of no other
preparation that meeis so fully the
expectations of tho most exacting in
cases of cronp and coughs of children.
As it contains no opium, chloroform
or morphine it certainly makes a most
safe, pleasant and efficacious remedy
for the ills it is intended." For sale
by all druggists.
All kinds of GrnsB and Clover Seeds.
Bailey & Sons Co., G3 E. 2nd So. street
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Record at the locnl office. TJnlte'd
States weather bureau for twenty-four
hours ending at S p. m. yesterday.
Tnmporature at C p. m.. ":. degrees;
maximum temperature. 74 degrees; mini
mum temperature, -18 degrees" mean tem
perature, 01 degrees, which is fi degrees
nbove normal. Total deficiency since the
lira I of the month, 1! degrees: total excess
since January 1. 302 degrees. Precipita
tion at fi p. m.. none: total precipitation
since Iho first of the month, .25 inch,
which Is .35 Inch below normal. Total
deficiency slnco January 1. 3.10 inches.
Relative humidity, Ut degrees.
Sunrise. 5:16 n. m. Sunset, 7:32 p. ni.
Moon rose at 5:35 a. m. and will set at
8:35 p. in.
v o5 o 2
Stations. ' I s
Is 3 : s-
I: : : &
SALT LA.KE CTTT 72 To
DoIsp SO fi 4
Rnston 5S S 12
Chicago k 54 6 6
Cincinnati 76 14 4
Denver '5S 0 12
Detroit 5S 0 12
Grand Junction 51 .... 6
Havre OS 20 1
Helena 74 2 It
Kansas City 06 20 6
Txs Angeles 72 S 0
Modena - 74 "4 fi
Pittsburg 02 2 0
Portland. Or 7S 0 4
St. Louis 50 "6 0
San Francisco C 0 Ifl
Santa Fc 70 10 0
Spolcane 7S 0 8
Tonbpnh 74 2 4
Washington 70 10 4
Winnemncca 78 "4 4
Indicates Increase In temperature.
Indicates decrease in temperature. J
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KI16 GEORGE FORGED
TO POTJSIDE WIFE
Romance in Earlier Life of New
Monarch That Had Bitter
LONDON, May S. While King George
V., since he beetimo Prince of Wales and
the husband of Princess Mary of Tcck.
has been the Ideal of the Urltish father
of a family, he had his youthful ro
mance. While he was a lieutenant in the navy
and his ship was laid up at Malta for
throe days for repairs, ho met the beau
tiful daughter of a naval officer, said
at the time to be Miss Seymour, fell in
love with her and married her. The mar
riage, although solemnised by a clergy
man, was not legal in the light of an
act of parliament regulating the mar
riage of those of royal blood. The Brit
ish admiralty also took occasion to deny
that there had been a marriage. There
wero children born of this marriage
whether two or three Is not known out
side of clrclos intimately connected with
tho royal family. Young George was
happy and very much in love with his
The Duke of Clarence died a month be
fore the date set for tho marriage of
(Princess Mary of Teck and Prince George
became the crown prince Immediately
I It was said that he would have to con-
tract a marriage with one of royal blood
in ordor that there might be a direct
heir to tho throne of royal blood.
Queen Victoria took i-hnrgo of the sit
uation. Slio declared that George, then
the Duke of Cornwall and York, should
marry the Princess .Mary. The prince,
deeply in love with hi, wife rebelled.
JJe wanted his marriage legalized by par
liament. Queen Victoria would not hear
of any compromise, but forced him to
marry the Princess Mary
'The Lady of Malta." as the com
moner wife of tho prince was willful, was
gently put aside. She was well provided
for and her child ren will always have
their every wish gratified every wish
but the natural wish that they may en
joy the companionship of their father.
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1 Y. P. C. U. NOTES 1
Tho twenty-first anniversary ot tho
organization of the Epworth league of
America will be celebrated next Sunday
evening by the ISpworJh league of the
First Methodist church An Interesting
programme Is being prepared, and the
committee extends a cordial invitation to
the friends of the league to nllend. The
progranime begins at 6:45 o'clock.
A 5500 cash and .a memorial window
pledge made the building committee of
the Westminster Presbyterian church by
Its young people's socloty. will be taken
care of and perhaps n little moro by
two contest teams of the society. The
1 teams will be distinguished by blue and
I gold ribbons. The team raising tho
1 larger amount of cash by the night of
I Jul 3 will be banqueted as guests of the
Mis Olive Have.ns and hor committee
announce lhal some gtod numbers liav HH
been secured for the union social lhal Hfl
will be held in the parlors of the Fir? I wUk
Presbyterian t-huroh next Friday night HH
A little spread will be laid after a guor" BB
musical and literary programme. HH
A mass meeting will be called for at HH
carl- date in June. 1HI
Miss Zlllnh Darke, president of the llifi Ml
Methodist society, will lead the mcctinc HH
of the 1. y. P. S. next Sunday evening. H
The regular monthly meeting of the ex- HM
ccullvu board will he held this rvenint DDI
at 7:15 o'clock in the immanuel Iiaptisl BD
An Inler-visitlug plan, similar lo th HH
one in vogue a few years ago. has beer PH
duclded on by Chairman R. P. l lovey-ol W
thf lookout committee. ' The schodtil'.
will be completed soon. Th" same, com- mm
mlttee is also planning to organize som Wm
now societies In the city. HH
The devotional department held a help- mm
ful mee-ling at the Inimauucl Captisl MB
church yesterday evening. Wm
Memorial Day Meeting. HH
Members or the committees named bv BH
the sovoral G. A. P.. posls, W. U C. G. HH
A. R. circles and Sons and Daughters ol mm
Veterans to arrange Memorial day serv- MM
Ices will meet Wednesday evening at mm
o'clock In room 23. Eagle block (not HJ
Englos' hall). The business is import- pflfl
ant and a full attendance is hoped for. Hfll
Many ills fom from impure blood- llffl
Can't have pure blood with faulty dige?- HlH
tlon, la'.y liver and sluggish bowels. Bur- RflM
dock Blood Bitters strengthens stomach, MH
bowels and liver, and purifies the blood. IH
Itching, torturing skin eruptions, dip- HH
figure, annoy, drive one wild. Doan's HflB
Ointment brings quick rollef and lastlnc HU
cures. Fifty cents at any drug store. HH
After a heavy moal. take a couple ol HH
Dean's Regnlols anil tdvc your stomach, I flj
liver and bowels the help tlioy will nBod. I Hj
Regulets bring easy, regular passages ol IB
the bowels. I Mj
Everybody's friend Dr Thomas' Ec-
Ipftic Oil Cures toothache, earaohc, sore I D
throat. Tfeals .uts, bruises, scalds. Stop; H
aiiv pain I BJ