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TH"E ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THURSDAY. FEBRUARY 2. 1011.
Daily United States Weather Map
IX S. Department of Agriculture
WILLIS L. MOORE. Out
'2. )&:LJL 6.-71 - lV
V(X----'?st-7r 524 C3x
T. Turner, formerly of this city, who
was interested in the Artssta piano
company, and who moved with his
family recently to New York. The
marriage of Miss Turney and Mr.
Herrmann took place at the Our Lady
of Sorrows church and was followed
by a wedding reception at the home '
of George Herrmann. Sr., 3230 Wash-!
ington boulevard. Chicago.
G. HOG HAD GOOD 1
j BIRTHDAY PARTY.
MRS. CLARENCE McBRIDE EN
I tertained at a birthday party yester-
day afternoon and evening at her
home, "14 Tenth street, about 35
i being present. The afternoon was i
j pleasantly passed and a delicious six- ,
i course supper was served. In th '
! evening cards were played, the '
prizes going to .1. Brandrueyer, first, i
C. Case. consolation. and Mrs. J. j
Brandmeyer, first, Mrs. M. Thetis, j
. onsolation. The out-of-town guests t
were Mrs. J. Witherspoon and daugh
'rr. Many beautiful presents wore
eft with the hostess in honor of the!
Viewed It From All Sides and
Then Deliberately Returned
to His Den.
WINTER LIKELY TO STAY
Warrant the Hvportation
Six or More Weeks of
Mr. G. Hog
hoie after his
saw his shadow this
he came out of his
winter's siesta. He
I- -. re. or contir uoa :ma. pm troaab paint of quJ alt
:raui.or d9rtd Ihimi. dam tkrrtofh point ef aqal uvb
' ' r wi . t hrmwB on) for ncoJJ fraxlaf . tip. n&d hXP
7'e.kj. 2, fit
. .bo9 z.Jicab wtAtm of wwtbr:
o.jaif; rj tuoQtr: (IT rtn, fp)30
fir mm IS
lu.nL. vtAd vaiotuw of 10 buIw pu tMir or am.
O e; parti
ytrvt flrurtj. Kin imam fmpruor
MISS ZETTA BENSON. DA I'G ti
ter of Mr. and Mrs. U. C. Benson,
1002 Nineteenth street, and Hulem
Hamilton of Carroiltrn, 111 . were
married last evening at R o'clock at
rhe home cf th bride. Dr'. Hedley
Hall performing the ceremony. They
were unattended. The br:de wore a
gown of white, lace trimmed and car
ried bride's roses. They will reside
at the home of the bride's father.
Mr. Hamilton is an electrician.
wit thm wind.
FOKKCAST FOR IUCK ISLAM). DA VEMMRT. MOLIXE AXD TCTX1TY.
Cloudy tonight and Friday, not much change in temperature. The lowest
tonight will be about 15 degrees above zero.
WEATHER CONDITIONS. i zero now
Yerterday's area of low pressure has northwest
moved to western New York and has
caused rain or snow in the iake region
and on the north Atlantic coast. This
disturbance is being followed by an
sr"a of biph pressure hix! decidedly
lower temiw rature that is centra! over
-srt rn Minnesota, western low a and
the eastern portion of the Pakotas.
The north wes:ern low is centra; over'
Idahn. and prt ir iraf ion hr.s occurred
on the north Pacific coast. Another'
ana of hich tressure. attended iiy se-'
verrjy f-H weather. :n not1 over Brit-'
ish Columbia Tetuperatures if low , Rock
prevail in the Canadian
the eastern portion of the
Dakota?, and northern Minnesota, with
th. lowest reading. 42 degrees below at
Edmonton. The eastward movement
of the Missouri valley high and the
approach of the Idaho low will be at
ended by clo-idy weather in this vi
cinity tonight and Friday, without
much change in temperature.
Lowest Highest Precip.
Temp. ierap. last 24
L,st Night. Yest. hrs. in.
Island 2ft .'
Atlantic City ... 36 Sfi
Boston is 26
Buffalo 22 26
Buffalo 22 26
Jacksonville Cf 76
Kansas City . . . . 2" 70
New Orleans ... 64 7S
New York cjty . 32 34
Phoenix 46 7"
St. Louis 26 4
St. Taul S 36
San Diga 44 r.n
Sin Francisco .. ."2 56
iWashineton .... 3 3S
Winnipeg -20 - 4
; ENTERTAINS AT CARDS.
j MRS. GEORGE C. LONG AT HER
j home. 20'6 Seventeenth street,
temperature ; South Heights, last evening enter
tained a company of friends at cards.
I Cinch was the game played and the
'head prizes were awarded to !Tss
.12 Lillian Pearson and Edward Nicholas
06 and the consolation favors were giv
.06! en to Mrs. T. South nd Robert Eit
."2; man. After the gamfs the hostess
.00 j served a very nice lunch and the
.nojevetrng was most pleasantly passed.
.1. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
GUESTS BR! NG GIFTS. i
YESTERDAY AFTERNOON THE
Ladies' Aid society of tho Second '
.0u ! Christian chapel met at the home of
.no' Rev. and Mrs. E. A. McFarland. ft21 j
.24 i Twenty-first street. They brought;
.02 i 'with them a considerable quantity of'
.00 'ffible linen for the host, and hostesses,;
and in addition they served refresh-;
jraents. The time was spent most on-j
took a good look at it, horizontally, j
longitudinally and otherwise. Then
he deliberately turned and went back
into his den. This according to the
accepted traditions, means that we
are to have six weeks more of win
ter weather, with perhaps a couplet
of extra weeks thrown in to com
pensate for the installment of spring
that came out of its turn in Jan
uary. This is the tradition but that is
all. Anybody can bear witness to
i the action of the ground hog. but i
I who can interpret his antics since
ithe passing of the sincerely lamented
Sam W. Heath within the last year?
; Mr. Heath was a past master in
ground hogology and there la none
Jwho has volunteered to take his
j place. In fact, it is extremely ini
i probable that anyone in Rock Island
county could do so if he tried.
Mr. Heath, in his annual ground
hog letters, never failed to not only
' record and interpret the actions of
'the little animal to which we all look
'on Feb. 2, but he always accompan
i ied his observations with quaint and
j inimitable humor and philosophy
j that reflected the character and in
dividuality of the writer.
IIEKF.'S A SKCKKT.
And now that. Mr. Heath is
V,' ) ' r
,.7.-K', i I
y.&& fjfA cut)
; 'HV?l3 out)
and we can
DANDERINE iato ike hair what fresh ahewrr
of rain and aunahma are to tefetation. It
gora nghl Is lha roott. invigoratea and
trenfthrna ihpm. Ita ethilaratinf. atimula'mg and
kfa-prak)uring proprrliM raue the hair to (row
abundantly long, atrong and hraulJul. Il at
oace imparta a aparklmg hnlliancy and vl
vety aaftneaa to lha hair, and a Irw warka'
wewilluuM new hair lo sprout ail ever the
acatp. L'ae it eery day for a ahort lime,
after which two or three timet a week will
ha anfficient to complete whatever growth
A Udr frM Si. Pxjl rmi im niiiiac,
"Whra I h in oalnr Psndclos ttt h'.r
votiiit lotrom tn dtit houldarsaad auw
It la avay betov nir tilps."
AfMMKvr trnm Nwsrk. N. J.
" 1 have been nt:nc Isn4rlo rentar'r.
Wbml II rat nmrr to ue It I tiM vvrr lit
tle ba;r now I bsv tb mnsi besunfuf Inea
aod ib'.ek hair so Tone wauld waaiiobsTe.'
NOW at all drucclata In thraa
25c. 50c and $1.00
Dander ine enjoya greater aale than
any other ona preparation regardless ef kind
r brand, and it haa a much greater aale than
all of tha other hair preparations in ihs
FRFP To show how quickly tasosrtss
" acts, we will semi a 1st ee sam
ple free br return mail to anyone bo
sends this ftee coupon to the
MOWITCN OMDEItlRE CO.. CHIM30. ILL.
with their name and address and 10c
In silver or stsmps to oar postage.
than a breach of confidence to reveal
the fact that his annual ground hog
letters were always prepared a day
or more In advance of publication
and never did the developments of
I Feb. 2. in the mind of this master
'of ground hogology. warrant any
gone i eleventh hour change in the "story"
deemed rather a tribute to him! before it was locked up in the forms
ready for the press.
While thre may be among us now
those who would be willing, after
watching the ground hog on Feb. 2.
to try to tell whar Its actions signi
fied, who Is to well versed in th
mysteries of the science that he can
draw his deductions days in advance,
as Mr. Heath did?
In Social Circles
obligations and for that reason ask j
i that w-hen patrons are asked to pledge'
i themselves for tickets 'or the Har
monie recital they do not r.-cet their
obligation to th local iub.
Today's Market Quotations
VALENTINE MASQUERADE. !
J El'DORA REREKAH EODCE TP. I
will give a valentine masquerade par-;
at Odd Fellows hall Friday even-
THIS EYENINC INDER THE
auspices of the Kok Island Musical
club will be givn ih annual coiu
primentary rec;tal to club mem
bers at 'be New Herper. Mrs.
B. 3. Lachner. contra!o. and
Miss Pillstury. pianist, will be tbe
en'erta'.ners. The club members will
be admitted upon presentation if
their club membership Tickets and
the general public will be admitted
upon tbe payment of ."0 cents.
The ciTib is making special efforts
to make th recital t" be given by
I Madam Schumann-Heink April 7 a
success from every standpoint and
r.ill look to the support of the general
public to accomplish this purpose.
The Harmonie club of Davenport is
puit:rg forth great efforts to pro-i-..rr
for Davenport and the tri-cit:es
Tnc-mas" prciiestra and !he ineiu!ers
.-lie ciUing upon Rock Island music
ians for "support. The oficers of the
Kof K IsMnd Musi-u; dun have given
a guarantee of $1,200 to bring
; Madam Pchumann-Heink here and
will expfct the lovers of good music
in the city to help them meet their
' ing, Feb. 10. The
committee are Mrs.
members of the
'and Miss Annn Hanson.
LAST EVENING AT 7 O'CLOCK Joseplrne Kinsley
at the rectory of Sacred Heart : -'arroll. Mrs. EfRe Chnlk
r-hl-rr-h tha rarlnr Hav I I. 1 .n.-lr. i erj'H DrUCkmillcr. MlSS
Jiey, officiated at the marriage of
Miss Luclle Fisher, daughter of Mrs.
Frank Bay of Carbon Cliff to Elwoodi LADIES AID SOCIETY.
Withersnoon. son of Mr. and Mrs.! MRS FRANK PTLl'MM ER. ft
Thomas Witherspofin, also of Carbon iTwentieth street, will entertained the!
Cliff. They were attended by a sis-. Ladies' Aid society of Broadway
ter of the groom. Miss Ruth ither- Presbyterian church tomorrow after
By wire from E. W. Wagrne.r & Co..
members of Chicago Board of Trade.
Grain, provisions, stocks, and cotton.
Local office at Rock Island house. Rock
Island, 111. Chicago office. 9K-93-l''.
Board of Trade. Local telephone. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
May, 97. 97 '''. 96 U.
July, 94 V 94"
44 44'2, sgm 42, sgr t Smelters
No. 4 w m
Health andBeauty Answers
i!Y MRS MAE MARTYN
Anxious Ann; You are r:ght
much powder is apt to flog tbe
skin's pores and cause hlarkhc :-ds
and pimply eruptions. If you try
my spnrmax recpe 1 am sure you
will find it just th. thing. Dis
solve four ounces of spurniax in half
pint of hot water, then add two tea-Fpr-onfuls
glycerine, shak we!1 and
Jet cool. Arply this inexpensive lo
tion to face, ncrk and amis with
palm of the hand, rubbing gently
until dry ani you will be delighted
at the freshness an clearness jf the
skin. It is also very fine for relink
ing that shiny look.
Mrs. Q : Even at your ase the face
should be soft and velvet ly. 'Vorry
often causes wrinkles, but a good
massage cream used regularly w;!l
correct this condition in a shoit
timf. tlet an ounce of almozoin
from the drug store and dissolve in
half-pint cold water: add two tca
spoonfu's glycerine, stir well and let
stand over niciit. Massaging wiia
this craui jcllj soon corrects faulty
complexions and blackheads. Inge
pores and wrinkles soon disappear.
This -ocipe is inexpensive and un
failing. Mrs. J. C. : Liver spots and sallow
complexion are due to internal con
ditions, and what ;im require is a
good tonic and system regulator. 1
find kardene maki; th? best o'd
fsshtoned remedy you can use. It is j
easy to prepare and costs li'tle. Get
an ounce of kardene at the drug
s-ore and dissolve in one-balf pint
alcohol, adding one-half cup sugar. :
then enough hot water to make a
quart. A tablespoonful before each :
raeal soon rids the system of impur
ities, clearing the sk!n and restor
ing the who'e body to its normal
Op'ic: The structure of the eyes is '
very delicate, and becaure of thir sen-
Fitiveness should receive careful af.en- '
tlor. whe-n they become dull and list
less or sore and inflamed. A tonic is
ar. oss'.ntlaI for good eyesight as it is
for a strong, healthy body and clear'
mird. and if you will spend a few cents
you can make your own end soon over
come your troubles, tret an ounce of
crystos from the druggist and dissolve
in a pint of warm water, then with a
medicine dropper put one or two drops
in each eye. This is harmless and ;
quickly relieves soreness and smarting
and gives a sparkle to ri:e eye. '
Too' Mr: It is right you should be sen
sitive about the funny growth on your
face, but it is nothing to worry over, as
it can be quickly removed if you will
spoon, as bridesmaid, and Ben Roe
was the best man. Following the
ceremony the bridal party and their
friends to the number of 30 went to
the home of the bride's sister, Mrs.
Carl Barth, 250 4 Fifth avenue, where
a wedding supper wes served. The
house was decorated in pink and! Seventh avenue.
i white carnations and fern leaves. The i .
I bride wore a gown of white satin with i
Ilaie trimmings and she carried!
I bride's roses and hyacinths The;
I bridesmaid wore pink rnessaline and
carried white carnations. Mr. and,
.Mrs. Witherspoon will reside in Car-i
! bon Cliff, where the groom is em-
THE GLEANERS' CU B OF THE
Central Presbyterian church will
meet tomorrow evening at 7.30 at
the home of Miss Carrie Larson, 1303
Kock Island People Must Kerojmize
and Heed It.
ills come quietly myster-
May, 503s, SO5. 49"i. SO.
.Inly. 31 -V 51 -V '.I. 51.
September, 52.. 52 , 51", 51!
May, 33 M. 32 7, 33.
July. 33' 4. 33',. 32 '-4. 32".
September. 32r's. 32 s, 32'4. 32
May. IS. 12. 1.0. 1.12. IS 37.
July, 17.70, 17.S5, 17 75, 17. S2.
May, 9.75. 9.S5. 9.75. 9 K5.
July, 9.05, 9.75
ployed in the mines. From out of
follow these simple directions. Buy j town the guests pr-sent were Miss
Ryan of Ch'esKO. Miss Anna Sage of
an ounce of dclatone from the druggist j
and mix a little with water to make aj
si iff paste. Spread thickly on the;
hairy surface and let remain two or I
three mittutes, then scrape off paste and j
wash rhe skin carefully. This removes ;
the hairs w ithout injuring the skin, and j
while delatone is a tr;fle expensive, it
does the work and is not as costly nor
as troublesome as the electric needl?.
Geneseo and Mr. Geisler of Geneseo.
Patience: Gray switches are quite
expensive, and be'ore having one I
would advise a treatment for the hair
tinti scain wnicn. I am sure, win soon
ENDOWMENT FUND SOCIETY.
MRS. FRED T1TTERINGTON AT
;her home. S 1 fi Twenty-second street,
was the hostess yesterday afternoon
to members of tbe Endowment Fund
(society of Augustana college, an nn
! usually large number of the members
i being present. The program was giv
en by Mrs. Edla Lund, dressed in
Swedish costume and consisted of an
i interpretation of Swedish folksongs.
iA paper prepared by Mrs. Lund and
restore your hair to its natural color ' read ??"" K" T; ner at
witn tne nis'ory oi scanainaoan iuiiv
songs and proved an interesting feat
ure of the program. Mrs. Lund's
urogram consisted of three parts in-
! eluding the more common melodies.
; Miss Eff.e Johnson was at the piano
and b'-abhy cor.drion. A splendid
recipe to use is the following: Buy an
ounce of quin.roin from the druggist i
snd dissolve in half pint alcohol, then
ai!d one-half pint wafer, and shake weil.
Ma.'saging the scap gently with this
inexpensive tonic promotes a healthy
crowth. overcomes that dry. harsh con.
Ui'jon of the scalp, and restores the
hair to its natural color and softness.
It would also be well to use the canth
ro shampoo mentioned elsewhere in
i .RECEIVE NEW MEMBERS.
Fay: n was rude of your sweet-1 THE CONGREGATION OF THE j
heart to comment on your increasing ' Mernor1a! christian church held a re-'
fleshiness, but I do not think he meant ' option at the church last evening at :
to hurt your feelings bv his uneallanu
I '1 11 IV l! II' an VI V - J-"- 1 aiviaafa
you wni do as I; were euests of honor. Then, were 5
and in add'fion to playing the ac
companiments, she gave a number
of folk dances. The program was
followed by refreshments. The house
was appropriately decorated in the
college colors, blue and yellow, and
with American and Swedish flags.
But nature always warns you.
Notice the kidney secretions.
See if the color is unhealthy
If there are settling and sediment, I forecast
; rassaPs irrqueni. si-anry, painiui.
, It's time then to use Do.m's Kid-:
i ney Pills.
i To ward off Rright's disease or di-'
; Doan's have done great work in
P. C. Reselin, 1324 Fifth avenue.1
Rock Island. 111., says: "I am obliged;
( to do heavy lifting at times and no'
doubt my kidneys were weakened in
.that way. The chief symptom of my j
.trouble was backache, coupled witn ,
, pains in ray sides and across my kid- j
1 neys The kidney secretions were un
natural and irregular in passage, i
: Seeing Doan's Kidney Pills adver- j
tised, I obtained a box at the Har
i per House pharmacy and after I :
! had used the contents 1 was entirely;
jfree from kidney trouble. I am only I
i too pleased to recommend Doan's 1
j Kidney Pills to other sufferers of'
kidney complaint.' j
' For sale by all dalrs. Price 50 j
; cents. Foster-Milburn company. Luf-
falo. New York, sale agents for the j
United States. ' . j
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
THE GRAIN MARKET. I
Liverpool Grain. !
Liverpool, Feb. 2. The wheat mar-j
ket opened firm. Shorts covered on i
fhe firmness in Winnipeg yesterday,.
of smaller Argentine ship- i
ments than were expected and the cold '
weather in the I'niied Kingdom. The i
official estimates of the Argentine sur-'
plus is maintained at small ficures.
During the morning thorn was some;
disposition to taUe profits and values j
declined ' from the high. Argentine ;
offerings continue on a liberal scaie j
wiih poor demand and estimates ar!
for larger Iiuliiin thipmen's this week
and freer Ru.-sian offers. At mid-day
'44'i. No. )
I 42V2& 43.'
I Oais No. 2 w 32l'Q33
3n. standard 325 32.
One half cent under to 1 cent over.
Good deal better demand. Very fine
Wheat stocks increase 7(mimi0 for
five days, against an increa.-e of 155.
OOu last year.
Kansas City Cash.
Wheat stalled off at about yester
day's prices. Demand only fair.
Cash corp. v higher.
St. Louis Cash.
Cotn steady to shade easier.
Opening of Market.
Hogs today 2S.i'0t. Left over 6.100.
Opened 5c to l"n lower. Mixed 7.30 j
7.70. good 7. 15&.7. 35, rough 7.101:
7.30, light 7.1. "ifi 7.75. 1
Cattle fi.Ooij; weak. !
Sheep 12JMMi; steady.
rtepves 4.75iC0. tows 2 SO'fj film. '
stockers 3 s.ifi 5.9. Texans 4.5n.?r,.;u. .
Sheep 2.50'f 4!3. Jambs 4.25fi fi.13. j
Nine O'clock Market. I
Estimated hogs tomorrow 3,ooi, !
cattle 2.5"u. sheep 9.(K'0. 1
Hog market .'c to 1c lower than1
yesierday's average. Light 7.3"? 7.7.
rough 7.(5f 7 L'i. mixed 7.25r 7.fi5.
heavy 7.2."li 7.5", pigs 7.50 7. Hh, bulk
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheej
the market was firm and Rj higher
than yesterday. i
Com market opened firm. higher, '
and further advanced to with
the principal sirenuth in .American I
grades. Shorts covered on the unfa- '
vorable Argentine crop news, improv-:
cd spot demand and the firmness of .
American offers. j
Liverpool Cables. )
Wheat opened higher; closed
to 'i higher.
Corn opened ' higher; closed ut to
Kanas City 9.000 i.ooo 5.onii i
Omaha h.70i 3,::0u r,7i;u :
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 23.0"0 2.500 9,"i0 j
Close of Market.
Hogs closed steady to shade stronger
than early. 'Mlx"d 7.15771:5. good
7.2.-fi 7.50, rough 7!512.7.2i. light 7.i0
Cattle slow and weak.
i Colorado Fuel - iron 2:J
! Canadian Pacific ofi
j Illinois Central 13H
I Erie 30
i Chcsitpcakn & Ohio S."1,
'Brooklyn Rspi'l Transit 7i'
jRaltinioie & Ohio 107
! Atchison 101,
j Loromotive 42 lj
! Sugar 1197,
St. Paul 132'a
! Copper '.. T,
l.cblgh Valb y 179,
Refublic Steej comiiinn 35
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Fen. 2. Following are the ij'iofa
l tiotis on the local market today:
: Live Poultry Old hens, 10c; springs
1 17c pound, ducks lc pound; geesa
Hr pound; turkevs lc pound,
j Fresh -ch. ."..
i Potatoes, per bushel. f,5c.
j liuttor, dairy 27, creamery 30c.
1 Onions, fti'c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 52c.
j Oats. 32c.
I Whea'. 9"tv
Forage Tinuthy hay. $17 5) to $1;
clover hay, 15; uraw, .
Wood - f l.r.O prr lo.id.
Coal Lump, pir busit", 15c; sla'k.
Sales on Market square for last 24
hours up to noon today:
Oatv. three loads al 32c
Corn. 1 3 load at 5'ic nd "2.
Hay. ight loarl at 15 ;inl $17.
Mixed hav, iwo load at 11 and fir.
Paled straw, one load at $.
-ueos. ou can reauce your weigatiof lhe )atter and the total attendance
and have a fine, plump figure, which he ;mas - After a short setvice. end
will admire Ger four ounces of pir-'in witn ,he baptism of five converts,
nous from your druggist and dissolve lher were addresses of welcome by
in l, pints hot water, then take a ta-;the f0n0wig Rev. E. T. McFarland
blespoonfui before each meal. You wiii ;ftnd w B Stinet on Dehalf of the orfi
find this the best flesh reducer you'ciaj hoard; Mrs. A. W. Tanner, for
can use. and it Is ineipensive. .ixm-!the L&dies Aid sociefv; Mrs. F. A.
less, and requires no dieting. ; Grave, for the Christian Women's
j Board of Missions; E. N. Lundberg.
Treses: 1 Evidently your trou-ion behalf of the Men's Brotherhood;
hie lies in the soap with which you;.Mi6s Gree Graves, for the Christian
wash your head, and I would advise . Endeavor socier ; Miss Clara Swign
not t:smg It. for shampooing should in-er. 'for the Young Ladies Missionary
ZnrI I n s ft.n t4rl Tnet thA '
- - . . i y . um 1'iour LUC
hair and correct the scaly condition.
z Dissolve a teaspoonful of can-;
throx in a teacup of tot water and ! HERRM ANN-TURN EY.
pour a little at a time on the scalp, j THE CHICAGO RECORD-HER-ruboiEjc
well as you do. Then rinse ALD this morning conta'ns a three
carefully and drj- Tou tli find a column cut of Miss Gladys Josephine
few aach treatment make tie hair j Turney. trhese marriage to George'
glossy and easy to handle, while the I Herrmann. Jr.. of Chicago took place '
scalp assumes its natural healthy! thi afternoon at 4 o'clock Miss'1
condition. Turney is the daughter of Eugene
j circle and Adam Blackhall. a charter ;
' member of the church.
H. Heileman Brewing Co
M. ZISTrla, Lo-l Arsl,
241-2412 "htri Are. Old phone
West 124: New 02.
Minneapolis .....' ISO 33"
Winnipeg 37 C
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow,
Wheat today 50fU0u
Year ago v2."io
Corn today i'2I.O,iO
Year aeo T S j . ' m '
Chicago Cash Grj.n.
Wheat No. 2 r ?5 ft '.C. No. 3 r
Qf5',. No. 2 hw f52f7?7. No. 3 hw 'ji
fiSl. No 1 r.s 103-3107. Ko. 2 ns P'O
H'6. No. 3 na Sgi04. No. 2 s S51f2.
No. 3 s 33100, vc 90593, durum S3
Corn No. 2 47ff471i' No. 2 w 47V.
S4. Ko. 2 7 47SS4J. No. 3 45i9
45Vi. No. 3 w
S45V., No. 1
NEW YORK STOCKS.
' New York. Feb. 2. Following are
1 quotations on tne stock market today:
Union Pacific 17
, U. S. Steel preferred
; I". S. Steel common
; Ro k IHaitd preferred
Rock Island commoa
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