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THE ROCK ISUAND ARGUS, FRIDAY. MAY 26,
Daily United States Weather Map
k WILLIS L MOORCQuet
V TOLUS LHOORCCkkL J
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAJfD. DAVENTORT. MOLTVE AT VICLN1TY.
The western area of low pressure
which this morning overlies the east
ern Rocky mountain slope and the up
per Missouri valley has been attended
by showers over the territory from
the north. Pacific coast and the Rocky
mountain sections to Nebraska and
western Minnesota. While continued
warm weather is noted throughout the
central valleys, very low temperatures
are accompanying the area of high
pressure that overlies tne Canadian
Northwest and the north Pacific coast.
At 7 a. m. a snowstorm was in pro
gress In Yellowstone park. On account
of high air pressures to the eastward
and southward and the slow move
ment of the western low, fair and
continued warm weather is indicated
for this vicinity tonight and Saturday.
tonight and Saturday.
High Low Prcp.
yes- last 24hrs.
terd'y. night Inch.
Atlantic City 68 56 .00
Bo6ton 62 50 .10
Buffalo 66 56 ,00
Rock Island 93 70 .00
Denver S6 ?S .00
Jacksonville 86 68 .)
Kansas City 90 70 .00
New Orleans R2 72 M'J
New York 74 5S M
Norfolk S4 66 .00
Phoenix 92 56 .00
St. Louis 32 .72 .00
St. Paul S6 CS .0J
San Diego 62 50 .00
San Francisco GO 46 .02
Seattle 58 46 . .02
Washington. D. C.
Yellowstone Park .
River Forecast: During the next
48 'hours slowly rising stages in the
Mississippi will continue from below
Dubuque to Muscatine.
Flood Hgt. Chng.
stage. 7 a.m. 24hrs.
St. Paul 11 3.1 0.1
Red Wing 14 3.2 x0.3
Reeds Landing .. 12 2.9 x0.3
LoCrosse 12 4 2 xO.l
Prairie du Chien . 18 4.6 x0.2
Dubuque 18 4.7 x0.2
Clinton 16 4.1 x0.3
IeClaire ..10 1.9 xO.l
Davenport 15 3.4 xO.l
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
By wire from E. W. Wjnr A Co..
members of Chicago Board of Trade,
Grain, provisions, stocks, and cotton.
Local offices at Rock Island bouse. Rock
Island. 111. Chicago office. 08-99-100.
Board of Trade. Local telephone. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
May, 98i, 99, 99. 99 .
July. 89, $97. 88, 89V4.
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Neat visit to Rock lalaad. Rock Is
lead kotel. Wednesday, May SI. from 8
a. m. to 5 a. m.
September, 884. 88, 87, 88.
May. 54. 55, 54. 54.
July. 63, 54. 53, 54.
September, 54, 54, 54, 54.
May, 36. 36. 35, 35.
July. 35, 36. 30'i, 36.
September, 35, 36V4, 25. 35.
May, closed 14.97.
July, 15.00. 15.10. 14.95, 14.97.
September, 14.50, 14.52. 14 42, 14.45.
May, 8.22, 8.22. 8.20, 8.20.
July. 8.27. 8.32. 8.20. 8.22.
September, 8.35, 8.40, 8.27, 8.30.
May. 7.90. 8.00, 7.87. 7.90.
July. 8.02, 8.07, 7.97. 7.97.
September, 8.00, 8.02, 7.95, 7.95.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Liverpool. May 26. Wheat opened
firm, with shorts nervous, owing to the
unexpected strength in America yes
terday, and values were to high
er, with the principal buying in the
distant months. Following the open
ing the undertone continued strong,
with a further advance of to ',i in
July and October. Offerings were
lighter with speculative support indue
ed by predictions of lighter world's
shipments this week and the bullish
French reports. The market was not
enthusiastically supported, although
some fears are entertained regarding
Bicycle tires $2.50 and up (guaranteed) .
Automobile tires Goodrich and Micheiin.
Motorcycle tires Goodrich and G. & J.
Carriage tires Solid and cushion.
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Old phone fft 13.11.
2412 Third Avenue and T. M. C. A. Building.
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And more If yon need
On terms to suit
LOANS on piano,
live stock, household
possible manipulation in America.
There was an absence of continental
demand and cargoes in all positions
were freely offered. At 1:30 p. m. the
market was dull, but strongly held at
the opening advance, being to up
Corn opened higher, with a firm
undertone and later July gained an
additional . The support was due to
smaller American offers and in sympa
thy with wheat.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 9999, No. 3 r 92
(?i93. No. 2 h w 9999, No. 3 h w
9296. No. Ins 100Q104, No. 2 n i
100 103, No. 3ns 99102, No. 2 s 95
(5 99. No. 3 s 94 98, vc 90 97, durum
Corn No. 2 5455U, No. 2 w 54
fx 55, No. 2 y 5 . ' Q55, No. 3 54
54, No. 3 w 54 v454, No. 3 y 54
54, No. 4 52 53, No. 4 w 52)
53. No. 4 y 52 53, sgm 49 50, sgy
Oats No. 2 34, No. 2 w 36 37.
No. 3 34, No. 3 w 3535, No. 4 w
3536, standard 36y436.
Wheat opened up; closed to
Corn opened up; closed up.
Wheat 236 169
Corn 445 149
Oats 284 178
To- Last Last
day. Week. Year
Minneapolis 169 131 142
Duluth 31 31 9
Winnipeg 165 153 89
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 612.000 208,000
Year ago 287,000 247,000
Corn today 710,000 464,000
Year ago 423,000 371,000
LIVE 8TOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 11,000. Left over 4,200. Opened
strong to 6c higher. Mixed 6.656.00,
good 5.655.92, rough 5.5035.60, light
Cattle 1,000; strong.
Sheep 10,000; steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs 10c higher. Light 6.8068.15,
rough 5.55 S 5.70, mixed 6.75e6J.O. !
heavy 5.7586.02, pigs 5.50 Q 6.05, bulk I
5 80 6.05. - i
Sheep weak to 10c lower.
Beeves 5.156.40, cows 1.25 6. 85.
stoekers 4.255.75, Texans 455.60,
Bheep steady; 8.4O40, lambs 5.00
Close ef Market.
Hogs closed tree at early nrloes:
10c higher than yesterday. Mixed 5.70
6-10. coed 5.75 6.00. rough 6.550
5.70, light 5.75 6.15.
Western Live Stock.
HogB. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 5,000 1.500 3,000
Omaha 6,700 400 S.300
St Louis 7,000
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 9,000 300 1.000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, May 26. Following are
the Quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific ..183
D. S. Steel preferred ..:.119
U. S. Steel common 78
Rock Island common 32
Southern Pacific x...118
New York Central 107
Missouri Pacific 50
Great Northern 129
Northern Pacific 128
Louisville & Nashville 148
Canadian Padflc 234
Pennsylvania ... 122
Chesapeake & Ohio 82
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 80
Baltimore & Ohio 106
St Paul 122
Lehigh Valley 178
Republic Steel common 30
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
May 26. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Butter Dairy, sic; creamery, 22 c
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 55c.
Wheat, 90c "
Forage Timothy hay, $15.
Clover hay, $15.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
Wood $4.60 per load.
Secretary MacVeagh Endorses
Aldrich Monetary Reform
IN TALK TO BANKERS
Says Rhode Islander's Tariff Views
Must Not Influence Country's
Kansas City, May 26. Secretary
of the Treasury MacVeagh speaking
before the assembled Bankers' asso
ciations of Missouri and Kansas here
Wednesday night, endorsed the plan for
monetary reform proposed by former
Senator Aldrich and made a plea for
all bankers to support it in a public
spirited, nonpartisan way.
White he paid a high tribute to
Mr. Aldrich as a monetary reform
er, Secretary MacVeagh was frank
in saying he dTd not agree with the
tariff views of the former senator
from Rhode Island, and added that
he thought Mr. Aldrich himself might
have changed his opinions some.
IS A DIFFERENCE.
"It is proper to differentiate Mr
Aldrich's monetary views from Mr
Aldrich's tariff views," he said. "I
have not agreed with his tariff views
not even a little but I never pre
tended to him that I agreed with
"Whether Mr. Aldrich entertains
with quite his old enthusiasm the
tariff views with which his name is
so conspicuously associated I do not
know. I half suspect he does not.
"But we must get away from Mr
Aldrich as a tariff builder before
we can understand him as a mone
tary reformer. As a monetary re-
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Another Cancelled Order
I have just received another big can
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ton and blucher; also patent, gun metal,
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White Pumps they're going fast.
You can't buy shoes like these anywhere for less than $4 or $5. Your choice
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"We of the west are liable to be
thinking of an Aldrich tariff bill
when we are considering an Aldrich
monetary plan, but this would be a
very costly mistake.
"After hearing me say these fine
things about Mr. Aldrich some of
you will say, 'Well, we are sorry for
MacVeagh. He is another good man
gone wrong. The atmosphere of
Washington has been too much for
"As for me, I think and I ex
pect always to think that the west
knows more about real politics in
a minute than the east, including
Washington city, knows in a year.
But at the same time there are a
few things that a western man com
ing from the east to the west may
find it worth while to bring with
Secretary MacVeagh said the plan
of the monetary commission must be
considered dispassionately. He de
clared that it had taken a long time
to convince bankers that banking
was not a private business, but a pub
GREEK CHURCH HEAD DIES
V. S. MarcoKis of Minneapolis Ex
pires Suddenly at Mason City.
Mason City, Iowa, May 26.
While attending a conference with
the labor commissioners of Minne
sota and Iowa here last night F. S.
Marcosis, a weaTthy resident of Min
neapolis, and president of the (Jrcek
church in that city dropped dead of
Dr. Everhart Dead.
Scranton, Pa., May Dr. Islah
F. Everhart, philanthropist and nat
uralist, died today, 71 years of age.
DIAZ OUT AS PRESIDENT
Continued from Page On.)
82 of the federal constitution, I
come before the supreme repre
sentatives of the nation in or
der to resign, unreservedly, the
office of constitutional president
of the republic, with which the
national vote honored me, which
I do with all the more reason
since, in order to continue In of
fice, it would be necessary to
shed Mexican blood, endanger
ing the credit of the country,
dissipating its wealth, exhaust
ing its resources and exposing
its policy to International com
plications. HOPES FOR jr STICK.
"I hope, gentlemen, that whea
the passions which are inher
ent to all revolutions have been
calmed, a more conscientious
and justified study will bring
out In the national m!nd a cor
rect acknowledgement which
will allow me to die, carrying
engraved in my soul a Just cor
eepondence of the estimation
which throughout my life I
have devoted and will devote to
"With all respect
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