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THE SALT LAKE TRIBUNE, MONDAY MORNING, JULY 25, 1910, . 3
I MARKET'S TONE
I' IS UNSETTLED
I n favorable Fratnres in Condi
tions of Business Have De
ORN AND WINTER WHEAT
OFFSET SPRING CROP LOSS
' Reports of Agreement of Cop
per Prndncers Have Effect in
NEW TORK. July 24 Incidents of last
wrck served to keep tho attention of fi
nancial markets to unfavorable feature
In the conditions of business and to un
pettlc the speculative tcno in the stock
On the side a crisp sprinp -wheat pros
pect has lost the foremost prominence
which wjis friven it by the government
report of heavy deterioration during June.
JHao the offsetting advantage of the large
JT fid promised for other grains, notably
$P rorn and winter wheat have neutralized
the influence of the spring wheat short
age. The importance attached to this
offset came Into view in the manifesta
tion of anxiety over Ie3S favorable re
ports during the week from the corn
belt and the need of rain to carry out
the promise for the crop.
There was a good deal of confusion
in the reading of the industrial pros
pect A change in the price of the cop
per industrials was based nominally on
reports of an agreement among the prin
cipal producers to curtail output to the
limits of the present demand, which Is
Hwige In Itself. These reports were sub
ject lo the usual suspicion of design
for effect on the stock market. The
BUsplclon was heightened by the unex
j : reduction in the division on Na
i i Lead stock and the violent de-
in the price of that security which
It H tilted
Strong forces are at work to build up
tin reserve strength of the New York
tMiiks. but the banklnsr position in the
country at large remains open to discussion.
HAED METALS AEE DEEP
IN DULLNESS OF SUMMER
NEW YORK. July 24. The whole iron
industry is in the depths of summer
dullness, the United states Steel cor
poration having dropped its activities
ko sixty per cent of its total capacity.
American Steel and Wire company has
stimulated the wire trade somewhat, since
it openly dropped Jl a ton under the
previous cuts of $i to $2 a ton; but in
other finish, d lins, business is decreas
ing in volume. The railroads are still
T-thnrcic. The Carnegie mills ar- to roll
75.000 tons of mils for foreign orders.
Business in pig iron last week was
light. No. u' foundry from -Buffalo is
being delivered to New Jersey and New
York consumers at $16 The Philadel
phia territory Is being invaded by west
en Pennsylvania furnaces at SIR deliv
O A 3 X O R I A
l STOLEN RAILROAD BONDS
A MAY BE SOON RESTORED
NEW YORK July L'4. Counsel for
ESrwln Wider, who has been formally
charged by officials of the TUisso-f'hine.-se
bank with stealing $4,o,0fo worth of
bonds, admitted today that he knew
where his client is and intimated that
Ider and the bank are now in touch.
The bonds have not. been negotiated,
although it Is strongly hinted that they
ha been hypothecated with arious
Wall street bankers. Neither has the
i ase been reported to Che police and
rWlder's lawyer hopes that If the bonds
can be restored to the bank there will
be no prosecution.
Under a rule of the slock exchange
if a broker accepts collateral from a
client who does not own it. and if the
U on t i sec on his speculation, the broker
must restore the collateral to the right
ful owner and accept the client's louses
or forfeit, his right to do business on
the exehange. So that there Is much
curiosity todaj -is to Hie Identity of
the brokerage house with which Wider
traded and as to what measure of re
sponsibility it will be forced to assume,
i Ither bi the courts or by the stock
exchange Wider! lawyer promised to
r n ;. to make a statement tomorrow and
!t Is possible that names may come out
The salary Wider got was $1.f0 a
hfir. lb- owned an automobile and paid
185 a month for his house in the Bronx.
DISCARDED NAVAL SHIP
MAY RE SENT TO NICARAGUA
WASHINGTON, July 24. If the eon
r.i,.,i v;u ii Hornet, which the govern
ment has just sold to Isaac Stein of New
Orleans, the highest bidder at the con
deniiuvtion sab-, is going to Nicaragua
to s:rvc as the nearest approach to a
navy that the Estrada faction can se
cure, tie' Washington authorities have
not received any official word of that
fact. There is nothing however, to pn--venl
either faction in Nicaragua from
acquiring the discarded naval vessel, un
, r certain limitations. The vessel could
carrv arms as a cargo, but it could
not be equipped as an armed vessel and
., nt out of an American port.
Jp The Hornet, when built twenty years
JB ago. coKi ii is government $117,500. and
wa sob) a few days ago tor $ii.!ft. She
is a tidy steel craft and could be of
more use to the Estrada forces than
i he Venus and the little antiquated tug
Ban Jacinto are to the Maoris forces
In Nlceraguan waters The stein Ship
vards Interests deny that they bought
the Hornet to fll her out as a Nlcaraguan
revolutionary warship. The Hornel is on
the way from Norfolk to New Orleans.
I i PATENT r, YUAKS OLD)
I Authorities declare kidney disease In
ni'able after the sixth month. This was
Br Rftbe situation ut to (he working out of
. ik-v. emollient treatment the only
thing known that dares claim in print
A lo cure chronic kidney dUeasc.
,.. case presented has been declared
ruble by physicians and In some
use foui o six have Joined in the fatal
( ':i c of tii" little six year old son of
. i'. Dean, ''. 1726 9th Avenue. Oak
liand, Gal. Last symptoms of chronic
kidney dlsedjse. Tie- family physicians
told the distracted father that death was
Inevitable, At that late moment lie heard
about the emollient treatment. This was
i verj slow case due to eerlous complica
tions 1'- took nearly a ;.'iir to restore
".li- lad He i- now gomK lo school
ktlchard Leek, of Calvert & Leek ol
Dgden, (Jtnh, reports. the recovery of bis
17 year old won whom the doctors had
ilso given up lie ulso Is now going to
Fulton's Renal Compound, the fu st sue
a f , c.-: ful treatnicnl for chronic kidney
W" ,fy liis'-.-se , .in on!;, be had In your city Of
r o ir uuthorwed agents. Schramm-Johnson.
ffrugs, five, stoi Wc desire lo hear
fro-,, and advise with every case not
ON WAY TO ALASKA
and Secretary Nagcl Are
VANCOUVER, B. C. July 24 United
States Attorney General George W.
Wic.kerflham and Secretary of Commerce
and Labor Charles Nagd arrived from
the east this morning and left imme
diately for Alaska aboard the fish com
mission steamer Albatroas. The Alha
trosB was lying in the harbor with steam
up ready to proceed when their train ar
rived. The cabinet officials expect to be gone
Until September Their itinerary will in
clude all the prinelpal points on the
Alaska coast as far north as Kodiak
Island. At Skagway, Cordova, Valdez
and Seward brief excursions Inland will
be made, but none of them will consume
more than two days' time. Mr. Wicker
sham eaid that they could not spare the
time to make the trip over the Valdez
trail to Fairbanks.
Neither of the cabinet officers would
discuss the political phase of their Alas
kan tour. Politics in the northern terri
tory are In a turmoil, and It has been
understood that while in the north Mr.
Wickersham and Mr. Nagcl will look into
the difficulties that threaten to disrupt
the Republican party in Alaska- with a
view of giving President Taft a complete
report on the attitude of the public
toward the two factions.
Upon their return to the United Slates
they will stop at Seattle and will be the
gtiests of Secretary of the Interior Bal-linger.
Must Be Above Suspicion.
Kidney find bladder ailments are so
serious in their consequences, and if un
checked so often fatal, that any remedy
offered for their cure must be above
suspicion. Foley Kidney Pills contain
no harmful drugs, and have success
fully stood a long and thorough test.
Schramm-Johnson Drugs; five stores.
STRIKERS CHARGED WITH
ATTEMPT TO WRECK TRAIN
SOUTH BEND. Ind.. July 24. Strikers
attempted lo derail eastbound passenger
train No. 8 this afternoon at Olivers,
the first station at which Grand Trunk
c;istbound train? stop in passing through
South Bend. The engineer of the train
noticed the turned switch signal in tlmf
to stop his train ami thereby probably
prevented injury, if not loss of life to
Rioting in the local yards began last
night and has been spasmodic today One
man, J, Free! of this city, was wounded
seriously by Jihn peck of Battle Creek.
Mich., an employe of a private detective
agency assisting the railroad. Four
others were arrested.
Late in the afternoon a mob burned
two cabooses and attempted to destroy
several freight, cars, but the arrival of
the police and the fire department re
sulted in dispersal of the '-rowd.
FINANCIER SCHIFF SEES
OPPORTUNITIES OF ALASKA
CORDOVA. Alaska. July 24. Jacob H.
Schiff, the New York banker, and a party
of eastern friends atTlved from Skag
way yestorda on the yacht Ramona. Mr.
BchlH and his party were the guests
while here of the officials of the Copper
River k Northwestern railroad. The en
tire parly boarded a special train and
made the run to the end of the line at
Mile 104. A stop was made at Mlles's
c:1ri i-r where the eastern visitors got
out and Inspected the new million-dollar
steel bridge which waa recently completed
over the Copper river.
Much time was also spent in front of
tin Child B glacier. While there the vis
itors were given an opportunity of see
ing the. glacier discharging huge masses
Of Ice into the water below.
Mr. Schiff expressed great surprise at
the character and progress of railroad
building in Alaska. He said that he
never before realized the extent to which
the development of the territory ie being
CAREY ACT LAND OPENING,
Via Malad. Excursions via O. S. L.,
July 25, 2l and 27. limit July 30. For
rates and further particulars, call city
ticket office, 156 Main street.
FIREMEN BURIED UNDER
FALLING WALLS IN OHIO
i 'IN'c INN ATI. July 24. Two explosion
early today wrecked a manufacturing
plant at Central avenue and Flndlay
Street, starting a conflagration that de
stroyed three adjoining plants. Five
firemen were burled by falling walls,
hut all were taken out. seriously In
jured. The combined losses by the fire
ar. estimated at ?Jf.0.O0.
The first explosion occurred in the
plant Of the Cincinnati Ball Crank com
pany and Is suppose. 1 to have resulted
from natural a-i The detonation was
heard for a distance of more than a mile.
Other plants badly damaged were the
Century Printing company and Cincin
nati Lithographing company.
While tbfl tiiemen were working on
the fire In the plant of the ball crank
company, the walls buckled and fell,
burying five of the firemen under a mass
of plastering and red-hoi bricks.
Tribune Want Ads.
Bell Main 5200. Independent 360.
Aged Woman Burned to Death.
BEATTDE. Wash. July 24.-The body
of Mrs. Hannah Reynolds, sn aged
woman who lived with her two BOOS In
this city, was found in the smoldering
ruins of what had been a huge bonfire,
In the wuous near Ravenna, park, lo
Investigation has led the authorities to
think thai the woman, who bad BhOWD
symptoms Ol mental derangement, had
taken this method of destroying herself.
She disappeared from homo yesterday
ami a searching party led by her sons
found the charred body after an all
nlght hunt The theory of possible inur
der la being looked into,
Many Killed in Cyclone.
Milan .inly 24. The list of dead In
i in- cyclone which yesterday swept over
the district northwest of Milan lias In
i reused to sixty and the injured number
several hundred. The matcrlul losses are
estimated at many millions.
Assistance has been sent to the vil
lages which suffered most severely from
the storm, but there are many homeless
to be taken i are of.
Bank Note Situation.
WASHINGTON, July 24 Hovering
close to the $700,000 000 mark, the volume
of national banknote., outstanding fluc
tuates from week to week, although se
emed by United Stales bonds and b
lawful money, The aggregate now la
I711.9S4.860. which is (1,466,3711 less than
at the beginning of the fiscal year, and
1278.481 below thai Of June in last, but
122,044,286 more than 'on July 1 of lBst
year. Of the present aggregate only
S-li.oXj consists of gold notes.
Momus Fire Extinguished.
SAVANNAH, Oa July '!. -A message
Hi. United Wlreleaa to 'his port from
the steamship Momus today reads;
"Fire extinguished at 12:15 o'clock thla
afternoon. Full speed foi New Oilcans,"
I 1 600,000 BONUS VOTES! I I I
I Two Capital Prizes oj 100,000 Votes Each I I
I Eight District Prizes oj 50,000 Votes Each I I
I To Be Given Away in the Tribune and Telegram's I H
I $10,000 Contest I I
i During the Next Twelve Days July 26th to August 6th, Inclnsive I
I HERE IS THE PLAN , I I
These 600,000 votes will be given away absolutely free. The capital prizes will consist of two ballots good for 100,000 votes J
j ! each. One of the ballots will be given to the candidate in district 1, 2, 3, or 4 (comprising all of Salt Lake City) who secures the i K'
largest amount of cash subscriptions to The Tribune and Telegram (old or new and for any length of time) between the dates of mk'
July 26 and August 6, inclusive. The second ballot for 100,000 votes will be given a candidate in district 5, d, 7 or 8 who secures
the largest amount of cash subscriptions to The Tribune and Telegram along the same lines as outlined above. i
' Besides these capital prizes there will be an extra ballot good for 50,000 votes for EACH ONE of the eight districts. These jj
ballots wLl be given to the candidates who secure the largest amount of cash subscriptions to The Tribune or Telegram (old or
new) in their own individual district's. No matter how much money has been turned in by candidates in other districts an extra i
I ballot for 50,000 votes will be awarded one candidate in each division.
The winners of the two capital prizes one in Salt Lake City and one in the outside districts will not be eligible for a district
prize in the sub-contest. The candidates sending in the largest amount of money in the districts from which the capital prize win- ! WW'
i ners come will be given the district prize 50,0fJ0 extra votes. g ( H '
The extra ballots will be awarded immediately after the close of this sub-contest August 6 but will not be good to be voted
until the last day of the race, August 31. j D
I NOW, YOU NEW CANDIDATES, GET BUSY I I
Talk about your opportunity for new candidates to come into the contest and win out, just look at the bonus votes offered here and K-
figure it out for yourself. In one district in the contest the leading candidate has but 9,990 votes. In another the combined votes of all h
candidates is less than 18,000 votes. If your name is entered in the contest and you haven't done much as yet, grasp this opportunity B
to get up in the running and win. If you aren't in the race at all send in your name today. A little active work may get you 100,000 R
votes besides those secured on subscriptions in accordance with the regular schedule. You don't need to get knocked down by Oppor- i g
tunity to realize that "it's your move." Now, then, get to work for just twelve days and YOU CAN WIN, NOT ONLY AN EXTRA E
! BALLOT, BUT A MAJOR PRIZE AS WELL. M
I HAl WEEKS LEFT FULL LIST OF PRIZES I I I
A J.m. JLifi. w W Hiljm.i3) aJLjXT J. first grand prize I
. . . . 01 . . . . ... . $3500 W1NTON SIX TOURING CAR. i I
The contest closes August 31st just five and one-half weeks it-
from this date. This is not a very long time and those who de- $1650vSaitotouhto car. 1 U
sire to win will make the most of every day. This applies to or- m
i I ii j j i im. i t j THIRD GRAND PRIZE W
gamzations as well as to mdividuals. The special offer outlined $1000 double trip to Europe ! W
n above is surely a liberal one and points the way to success. ssoo.oo extra prize I
J i i -- H3 To bo awarded to the school, church, lodge or organization that secures the
! 8-Vacation trips to the Pacific coast, taking in San Francisco, Los An-
j I j ' The Salt Lake Tribune. M
' 1 If ; Price by mall Vote allowed on
'HBK$ ' 'f'i-fMS or carrlcr- New Subs. Old Sube 'K
S .Hsvr?. Dally and Sunday, two months . . . S 2.00 1.000 500 I K
SflHKP'- ' HHHiB LLLv Dally and Sunday, three months 3.00 2,000 1,000 K
JmM'" '' tttiSr Dally and Sunday', one Tear ' '. '2 10.000 5.000 M
TMl!Pg -T WZiyH' J5&KiMmm&'i:- Dally and Sunday, two years . . . 24.00 25,000 12,300 ,. C
,v.,.iv...; ,.:v ,,.-,. ... '' t..CTwwM "WWTTmliitT Sunday Tribune, one year 2 00 1,000 500 m
' . " ""V:" il''-'' Sunday Tribune, two years 4.00 2.500 1.250 i ffi
I , ; iife'Yy Semi -Weekly, one year 1.50 750 375 ' H
j : ' 4 j1-' Semi-Weekly, two years 3.00 ' 2,000 1,000 H
This is the $800 Wheelock Pianola Piano to be awarded to the Thft Salt Lake Te,eram- I
. . Price by mall Votes allowed on EX
lodne or organization securing the largest number 01 votes m the or carrier. New subs. oid subs.
. . ?. r . . - Dally, two months $100 .500 250 Jb
contest. The Player piano is on exmbiticn m the front window of Daily, three month i.w 750 375 m.
WM A . 7 a c tKf 1 Hi 4. tj. Dally, six montha 3.00 2.000 1,000 I I i it
Carstensen & Anson company's music store, 74 S. Main street. It Daily! one year e.oo 4.500 2.250 ff.
j is worth a few minutes of your time to go by this store and sec oSvi', four year" . . . : Hoo ll'S ilsoo ,p.
this beautiful instrument.
Address all Subscriptions, Votes and Communications to the ill I
I j GOHTEST QEPARTMEHT OF THE THiBUNE MP TELEGRAM, SALT LAKE CITY, UTAH I I