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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1911.
Daily United States Weather Map
U. S. Department of Agriculture,
Henry E. Youtsey Turned Down
in Application by Kentucky
WJUJS L MOORE. Chid.
MURDERER OF GOV. GOBEL
All Others Implicated In the Historic
Ca.se Have Been Freed From
27? -2.- $c-c
C!trtf) taken at 4 a. m.. tmrmntj-tfrH nmridimn Utm.
if on - nit, or coitUuuoui liotn. paw tLroacb poin's of e.iL& -IT
IVT4EltM. or !otel line. r"thrTr poinfof aqqhI
prslai. thr wili bsdrtwa u&! j tcrrm. 9J, JUT
8YM30t. indlcmt ui of wtu' d"- (jf Partly
loadr; aloud;; (rii. (c '. report jiiuibc.
inovi fly wtth th wind. Finn ticur. n:,n!ncm ta;arzturo
2or ot lJ kenrv. eon.! 34-h'ur rir.ljt, if it qui 3 lAclu
vizti. wind voiocuj of 10 nxioa per hour or mutrm.
FOKECAST FOK ROCK ISLAND, DAVEXPOKT, MOLINE AX1 VICINITY.
Unsettled tonight and Friday, moderate temperature. The lowest temperature tonight
will be about 30 degrees above zero.
The ' north Pacific and Manitoba
lows, shown on yesterday's map. are
now central over eastern Washington
and western Ontario, respectively.
These disturbances have been attend
ed by precipitation, on the Pacific
coast and in the extreme northern
Itocky mountain sections and the lake
region with a rainfall of C.CO inches
reported from Portland, Ore. Rains in
the southern sections continue to-attend
t'te relatively low pressures that
p:eail over the Gulf of Mexico. The
liisii that was over Alberta has advanc
sd to Manitoba and the attendant low
By wire from e. w. Wajiner &. Co.. i
members of Ohi.-apo Board of Trade. I
Grain, provisions, storks, and cotton. J
L.ocal omc-e at llm-n island liouso. Kotk
Islind. 111. rnicaso oiti.e. ss-99-100.
Hoard of Trade. L.o.-al telephone. No.
west jjo.j ,
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
J. IU tlVll. 1 I t 1 J VUCI 1U'
npnin vefv lihT hut front! ripmnnri from 1 '
packers, and allies uncovered several ! Am-nca. liberal American offers, and
millions of indifferently held product, j an paisler d""" for both plate and
and the surprise came from the fact j American parcels. Market '4 to
that the market did not respond to thePower-
buying, but instead, af er the orders ' Minneapolis Cash.
were filled. It became listless and dull. ! No. 1 northern same price, except
The general , trade sentiment seems
to favor a trinvming down of values,
and such action would probably make
a healthy, active markc. but the hog !
conditions, to our mind, do not war
rant anyrmng iurt a temporary ciepres-!
$ion, and it seems to be only a tech
nical market question at present.
May, loii. 101!4. 10H. 1O0".
July. 97. 97'r. 90s. 9G .
May, 50i. 50' 4. t9"B. 50Vh.
July, 51. 51', 5" V 51.
May, 34S. 34". 34. 34.
July, 34 34, 34 '4, 34S
Pork. May, 1S.2, 1S.97. IS. 90. 1S.97.
Januarj-, lft-3n, 10 30. 10.20. 10.20
May, 10.02. 10.02. 9.97, 10.02.
January. lo.Gii. 10. 67, 10. 65. 10.67.
May, 10.02, 101.5. 9.97, lO.f'2.
IN GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago. Jan. 19. Grain: All mar-j
ktts due to recover recent lost ground, j
First real sign of a regular southern
normal corn .demand. Little improve- j
ruent in Texas and OkJahoma wheat
prospects. Volume of business indi- ;
cates markets for the rest of January i
w-ill continue in the recent ruts. Corn '
and oata will run into heavy resting!
orders: on any fair break in corn they
run from 49 to 4G and are strung
around 4Sc. It senis impossible to ,
separate hogs from the S cents level.
St. Lou:s Cssn.
Wheat s-eady; Xo. 2 red 104. No. J
red 100fi it2. j
Corn steady to Uc lower. i
Kansas City Cash.
Not much doing: wheat about lc j
lower; poor demand.
Wheat 'sc lower; corn '4c lower; ;
oats 4c lower.
Liverpool Grain. j
Ion 11 "Vi.t rvons4
easy on forecast of larger Argentine .
shipments, and heaviness in Buenos 1
opening further pressure in March on j
predictions of liberal Russian ship-
n-ents this week and favorable ac
counts there. Iter some reaction on
the improved demand for plate parcels
and less pressure on Australian offers,
with some demand from the continent,
and wheat v passage At mid-day
u t.i i 1
rf tka'Draf Uuar, I
te TWc Katwt 1
C5 sad flnmOoa.
I temperatures prevail in the Canadian
I northwest and the extreme upper
Missouri valley. No severely cold
weather is noted in the remainder of
tlie observation field. Eecause of :the
approach of the north Pacific low,
! unsettled weather and moderate tem
i perature are indicated for this vicin
i ity tonight and Friday.
Lowest Highest Precip.
I Temp. Temp, last 24
Ist Xight. Yest. hrs. in.
1 Flock Island
the market was steadier, ifc to !i low-
er than yerterday.
, . , .
Corn steady. Argentine forecasts;
fnr vorv liht shinnipnte this ppk anil i
. . , ,
crop accounts from there continue
:and ,heso ca,ISPd "VVrt in plate
: Jtrades. During the morning there was
a decline ot -H on tne easiness in
rome choice t-old over. Little de-
mand. Flour sales light, seven XXX !
milis running. !
Chicaoo Cash Grain.
Corn No. 2 464. No. 2 w 464, No. 2
v 47471,. vQ. 3 45' . fi 45ii. No. 3 w
45i(!45a;. No. 3 y 45'445:4. No. 4
44'ft44',i. No. 4 w 4444, No. 4 y
- 14 4 4. sgm 42is43. sgy 4343.
-No. 2 32',. No. 2 w 33'4S
S34. No. 3 w 3214s 32. No. 4 w 32 ;
32U. standard SSfSSU. I
Wheat No. 2 r 9SSs5 99. No. 3 r j
971:'a99'4. No. 2 hw 95'&101'4. No. 3 '
hw 97i10t"Ui. No. 1 ns 10S(5 109. '
No. 2 ns 106S10R. No. 3 ns 1050 1 07, j
No. 2 s 100JT105, No. 3 s 93lo4. vc
j 92 103. durum 8294.
. . 552.000 1.024000
Wheat opened lower; closed "i to
Corn opened U lower; closed ' to
Chicago Receipts. 1
Today. Week. Year, j
MiniieaiH)lis 369 191
Duluth 7 26
Winti!'pg 34 6
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Receipts. Shipments ;
Wheat today U6,0oo 237.0O0
Year ago 742oo
Corn today 56S.OO0
Year aco 707,(00
LIVE STOCK. '
Hogs today 24,'M); left over 3.400;
opened strone at vestertlav s average:
mUed 7.558 10. good 7.S8.10,
-,;o7.90. licht TSStfiSin
Cattle 9.000; steady.
Sheep 15.000; steady to 10c lower.
Hogs tomorrow 20.000. cattle 3,000,
sheep 12.000. 1
Hogs steady; light 7.S3fiS.10, rough !
7.07.90. mixed 7.8518 10. heavy 7.95 i
QS.10. pips 7.703 S.20. bulk 8.00S.05. i
Cattle steady; beeves 4 .80 Q 7.00. J
cows 2.506.30. stockers 3.S0Q5.90, ,
' Texans 4 705.60. calves 7.5027.90,
lambs 4.iO(& 6.5o.
Hogs closed slow and weak; shade
lower than early; one load sold at
S.12H : mixed 7.S5QS.10
good 7.95 fr
s ' fis iv, rough .7.7
5 C 7-90.
Atlantic City ... 22
Kansas City 26
Xew Orleans ... 52
New York city . . 21
San Francisco . . 5'
St. Louis 2S
St. Paul 14
J. M. SHERIER, Local
Sheep weak at early decline
, Western Live Stock.
Hoes f'attlp Chrvn I
Hogs, cattle, feneep
Kansas City 6,000 4,000 6.001)
i omah.a 6.500 3.600 fi.200
; - -- - - -
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep i
20,000 S.000 12,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Jan 19. Following are
Quotations on tne stock market today:
Union Pacific 176 S
V. S. Steel preferred HSVi
I. S. Steel common 77"
'CK isiaua prererrea t
Rock Island common 32
Southern Pacific HS3i
New York Central Ill1,
Missouri Pacific 50
Great Northern 12G
Northern Pacific 118 'i
KouisviIle & Xa8nvine i4S4
Colorado Fuel & Iron 33
Canadian Pacific 2U9i
j Chesapeake & Ohio 834
; Brooklyn Rapid Transit 77,fe
j Baitimore & Ohio 107
' I St. Paul l27Ts
. 64 Ts
' Republic Steel common 33
j LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
' Jan. 19. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
IJve Poultry Old hens, 10c; springs.
10c pound; ducks 18c per pound; geese
10c pound; turkeys lie pound,
Fresh eggs. 32c.
Potatoes, per bushel, 65c.
Butter, dairy 2Sc; creamery 31c
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 52c.
Forage Timothy hay. $15 to $17.50.
clover hay. $15; straw, $8.
Wood $4.50 pr load.
Coal Lump, per DusneL 15c; slack.
Sa!es on square in last 24
1 H uuuu luua.t .
Oats, two loads at 32c.
Corn, 12 loads at 52c.
Timothy hay. two loads at $17.50.
Wild hay, one load at $15.
We offer $100 reward for any case
of catarrh that cannot be cured by
Hall's Catarrh Cure.
F. J. CHENEY & CO..
We, the undersigned, have known j
F- J- Cheney for the last 15 years.
and believe him perfectly honorable j
in a11 business trai -actions and finan-1
cU1I-v ab,e to carr oul a? bliga-;
Hons made by his firm.
WALDING. K1NXAX MARVIN. '
Wholesale Druggists. Toledo.Ohio. I
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken inter-j
nally. acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, j
Testimonials sent free. Price 75 1
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i Take Hall's Family Pills for con-:
Frankfort. Kv.p Jan. 19. Governor
Wilson has refused a pardon to
Henry E. Youtsey, convicted of killing
Governor Goebel. He declared he be
lieved the man guilty of a cruel mur
der. With the refusal to pardon Youtsey
the cases of all those charged with
conspiracy to kill Governor Goebel are
now disposed of.
Caleb Powers, now congressman from
the Eleventh Kentucky district, and
Jim Howard, who recently announced
his candidacy for state senator, were
only a few months ago pardoned, and
at that time attorneys for Youtsey pre
sented a formal petition. It was this
on which the governor acted yester
day. Youtsey is serving a life term.
GOVERNOR TAYLOR FREED.
Others Implicated in the case who
have either been pardoned or whose
cases have been dismissed by the com
monwealth are former Governor W. S.
Taylor, Charles Finley, Wharton Gold
en, and William H. Culton. Frank
Cecil, also alleged to have been in the
conspiracy, was killed recently in St.
LANDEE FATHER OF
FIRST BILL PASSED
Measure Increasing Xumber of the
County Court Terms Adopted
in the Senate.
Senator F. A. Landee of the Thirty
third district has the distinction of se
curing the passage of the first bill In
the upper branch of the Illinois
legislature at the present ses
sion. His bill providing six terms an
nually for the county courts in the
state was adopted on third reading
yesterday by a majority of 44. The
measure now goes to the house for
concurrent action, and the senator
says he has not heard of any possible
opposition to it arising- in the lower
branch of the assembly. Therefore he
has hopes of the bill being enacted
into lawat the present session.
"The Increasing ' of the number of
terms in the county courts of the state
will be helpful to the public generally."
Senator Ivtndee said. "Under the
present arrangement there are three
terms of the county courts each year.
Wheri a case is put over to the next
term it means a delay of four months.
This is a hardship in many instances.
particularly as to those pertaining to
Senator .landee has been reappoint
ed chairman of the, educational com
mittee, which now embraces three com
mittees, those added at this session
being the ones .including the state uni
versity and normal schools.
Saves Two Lives.
"Neither my sister nor myself
might be living today if it had not
been for Dr. King's New Discovery,"
writes A. D. McDonald of Fayette
ville, N. C, R. F. D. No. S, "for we
both had frightful coughs that no
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told my sister had consumption. She
was very weak and had night sweats
but your wonderful medicine com
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy nev
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obstinate coughs, colds and irrita
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With tlie progress of science com
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Those who suffer from kidney trou
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We urge everyone who has pain in the
small of the back, profuse or scanty
urination, jains in the bladder, cloudy
or foul urine, not to fail to get a pack
age today of Dr. Derby's Kidney Pills.
MTlit (irim all nlh.r lcfHniv t ra t nrn ;
Senator Stevenson of Washington writes ;
I! Vl n,pla ;Thrrr. "V. .V.ion
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For Sale by the Following Grocers:
ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
APPI.K BROS., 7U1 3rd Av.
BATTLES, II. R. & CO.. 1S0S 2nd
BtTK. E. V.. ISth Av.. 30th St.
BURTON. THOS. E.. 1201 3rd Av.
DEHR. A. P., 610 45th St.
IHEDRICH. A. V.. 306 20th St.
GANNON. C. M.. 3S 14th Av.
fiross. F. (eptate). 1310 3rd Av.
HARTZ. A. P.. 1137 3rd Ave.
HORRMT. H.. 1615 2nd A v.
HORTON. C. W., 15th St.. 11th Av.
JOHNSON. N. G.. 520 43rd St.
K1PP. J. J.. 4501 fith Av.
K OVERMAN. J. F.. 600 12th St.
I.ANGK, HENRY, 270S 7th Av.
LYNCH. GEO.. 506 4th Av.
Mcdonald, o. m.. 2304 5th Av.
MAIWALD & SON. 701 9th Av.
MOLLER. F. V.. 132S 5th Av.
OLSEN. C. A., 1303 30th St.
PARI PON. L.. South Height.
PETERSON BROS.. 601 9th St.
PFOH, L. C. 1400 3rd Av.
OPERATIONS OF MABRAY GANG
Among the interesting tales operation of local authorities. In all
fraud told in the report of Robert S. jnine men have been arrested and con
Sham, chief inspector of the postof-! victed for these train robberies, one
fice department, to the postmaster
general, for the fiscal year ended
June 30, 1910. is a statement regard-
trto- tViA f o K rrn r er that nnorato1
-".-.-j- ", 7 "
very successfully in the middle west.
According to the report it is
thought the Mabrav gang mulcted in -
nocents of fo.OOO.OOo. The gambling
conorts, lea uy .ionn c. Aiaoray, as
"general," operated in Council Bluffs,
Davenport, Des iMoines, Omaha, Hot
Springs, and other western cities,
"Monty" McCall, one of the owners of
the Eldorado gambling house, Daven-
port, was one of the leading lieuten-
ants and had, as b's side partner,
"Kid"' Warner, Also of Davenport.
They were at Hot Springs when an- j
prehended by the inspectors of the
postofflce department. Their arrests
NEVKR BROUGHT TO JI STK E.
The men were allowed to go on
bond, soon made their successful get -
away, and have since managed to
avoid rearrest. About this time the
gang carried out a clever ruse which
consisted in the shipping to Daven
port of a box rumored to contain
money mulcted from victims. The in
spectors "caught"' at the false scent
and gave chase to the box. It was
opened and found to contain worth
less "stuffing" instead of the expect
This, however, was only one Inci
dent of the inspectors' campaign
against the Mabray gang. One by one
members of the gang were rounded
in and tried in federal courts. Two
were tried in Des Moines and a num
ber, among them Mabray, who was
sent to the penitentiary, were tried in
Council Bluffs. The majority did not
escape but were given prison terms.
Developments during the trials were
that McCall and other right hand men
had conducted fake prize fights,
wrestling bouts, races, and so on, and
had "slaughtered' many innocents.
" TERMED "GIGAXTIC SCHEME." j
A dispatch from Washington con
tains a review of Sharp's report and j
contains this mention of the Mabray
"A very important case
handled by postofflce inspectors cov -
ered the operations of the so-called 0r nightmare, and do not sleep sound
Mabray gang. The first complete re- j at night, get a 50-cent box of MI-O-ports
were made to the department XA stomach tablets and take one or
about two years ago.
"Investigation disclosed what Is be
lieved to have been the most gigantic
scheme of this kind that the postal in-
spectors ever had to contend with. It
was worked by an organization of con
fidence men by means of fake horse
races, athletic contests, etc.
"The swindle was perpetrated suc
cessfully in various parts of the Unit
ed States and victims in all parts of
the country were robbed of sums
varying from $1,000 to $30,ono. It is
estimated that the promoters secured
"John C Mabray, the principal of
the organization, and 9 of his
assistants were indicted in connection
with this scheme and many of them
have already been tried and con
victed." According to Sharp's report during
the year 1,680 postoffices were rob
bed as compared with 1,909 during tie
previous year. There were 2.3f5.1 ar
rests ofwhirh 41 were postofflce bur
glaries, as comparred with -2.30S ar
rests during the previous year, of
which 416 were postoffice burglars.
lOO POTMTEHM ARK KVfKD.
Of the number arrested 10 were
postmasters. 35 were assistant post- i
masters, 95 clerks in postoffices, 25 ;
railway postal clerks. 36 city letter car- j
riers, 37 rural letter carriers and 19;
were mail carriers. Of the total nuin-'
ber 1,579 were persons not connected ;
iwith the postal service. i
Train robberies in the west occurred
iwtth atanniac freouencr. Since March, i
ld08, tvfne mail train have been hI(ifU
I ...... I' I
up f"0 "Ded M a large amount on
registered mail has been stolen and
' . . ,
Postofflce inspectors nave worked:
nn the rases with unfla-rine r.eal an'l '
i energy with the assistance and coop-
! . '
PICKRON. C. E.. 1137 30th St.
SCIIAAH. J. M.. 1"0 4th Av.
Sril.MII. G. L.. i23 2iMh St.
SMIKI-PS. J. T., 253J 5th Av.
SHORTRlIMiE. J. S.. 4200 14fh Av.
SITTlt t Sr STAMMER. 700 17th Si.
TESCHK E, VM.. 600 9th Av.
THE MILL STORE. 300 4th Av.
YVEOKEL. UHIS, 1700 3rd A v.
WILLIAMSON. ". V.. 528 16th St.
DAEBELLIEIIN A.- '0.2431 15thSt.
FREEMAN. ALBERT. 23t2 5th Av.
IIOGI.AN11. A.. 195't 15th St.
KARSTENS. W.. 1317 15th St.
KELT I NO. HENRY I'.. 1014 29th St.
LANDEE. F. A. t- CO.. 1201 5th Av.
LARSON. S. V.. 14 23 15th St.
M1EDKES MONARCH GROCERY.
402 11th St.
MITCHELL. C. E.. 1231 15th St.
NA EH WE : '0.. U43 1 fith St.
OSLEN & IIOLMcjl 1ST. f23 ISth
PETERS & SON, 409 7th St.
by the Growers
j being sentenced to 15 years in the j
j penitentiary atid a fine of $3,000, one to j
j 43 vears and a flne of ?: fM)0, two to:
tone 45 jeaw each and five were sen
' tenced to life imprisonment,
1 The evidence gathered by the in
' spectors indicates that some of the
; men convicted partictpaied. in more)
! than one bold up. With the capt ure j
; and conviction of these men it is be-j
j Heved that inspectors have broken up :
j the best organized band of despera-
does in the last decade,
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers.
E. W. Cluskey to Frank Cluskey, j
$2,400, lot 3, block 7, Columbia park j
auuiwoii to ivock isiana.
Elmore H. Stafford to Henry Raliuke,
!'400. p O. L. 3. town of Silvis.
Caroline C. Nelson to Rock Island I
Plow company, $1.0o, W. of lot 7
and 10, block 11. Chicago or lower ad
dition to Rock Island.
Robinson and Cosmer to Albert C.
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Upset stomach is the cause of
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4 Interest on Savings
State Bank of Rock Island
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Courteous attention accorde-J to all.
RELIABLE TEA COMPANY. 1411
ROSENE A- EPSTRAND. 103 15th
ROSS. I. M. 1407 7th Av.
SCHKOEPEK BROS. t 15th St.
SWANSON. JOHN. 1227 5th Av.
VAN B ESI EN. t'AMIl. :.1'0 15th
WEIGH ENT HOII N, 704 lth SL
WRAY. C A
ALLAMAN. .1 H . !.'.. S Atrtin.
FEI.DT. A. M . 115 W. Hri.u.l .1 y.
il BSi V C p . 211 S Mnln
IRVINE BROS.. 215 E. Broii.lwHV.
MEEK. BRICK A. o . 119 E. lot.
KrssKl.U R I ... 701 S lt.
SICKMo.V. GEO 1. 11 i S. Sth.
SOUTH ROCK ISLAND. ILL.
siEAioN. J. 1'. & Co.. Michigan
of India Tea.
P-arber. $7,000. lot 1. block 6. Edward's
first addition to Moline.
Guyer. White and Pop to George
Owen. $::o, lot 8, block ISO, city of
Theadore K. Lundell to Ma M. niank
enburg, $1.00. lot S, block 1. lIanl
vi"w heights addition to Rock Inland.
Ilartz. Smith and Marshall to Thea
dore K. Lundell. $3."o. lot S, block 1.
Island view heights addition to Rock
Jules De Pruyne to Htilda M. Carl
ton, $2,500. Dasbelllehns addition t
'"p tl'-v r Moline.
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171&-1713 Second Avenus.
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