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THE ROCK ISI7AND ARGUS, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1911.
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FORECAST FOIl KOCK ISIiAXD, DAVE'PORT, MOLIXE AND VICINITY,
Increasing cloudiness tonight and Saturday, warmer tonight.
Yesterday's area of low pressure
has advanced to New England, caus
taiE: light precipitation in the lake re
gion, the Ohio valley and the north
Atlantic sections and higher tempera
tures on the Atlantic slope. The
western area of high pressure, with
Its fair weather and somewhat lower
temperature, has moved to the upper
Mississippi valley. Another area ot
decidedly low pressure which la cen
tral over northern Alberta, and which
overlies the Rocky mountain sections,
lg attended by rain or snow on the Pa,
cine coast and in the southern plateau
states and hy higher temperatures in
the Canadian northwest. Owing to
the eastward movement of these con
ditions, increasing cloudiness is Indi
cated for this vicinity tonight and Sat
urday, with warmer tonight.
River Forecast: During the next
48 hours only 6light changes in the
Mississippi will occur from below Du
buque to Muscatine.
Flood Hgt Chag.
stage. 7 a.m. 24 hrs.
St. Paul 14 0.3 0.3
Dubuque 18 2.3 0.2
Davenport 15 2 8 .00
Jxw High Pr'clp.
last yes- 24 hrs.
night, terd'y. inch
Rock Island 33 63 .00
Atlantic City 38 46 .24
Boston 36 42 .00
Kansas City 48
New Orleans 64
New York city ... 36
St. Louis 48
St. Paul 26
San Diego 54
San Fracisco 46
! Washington 38
Winnipeg " 4
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
My wife having left my bed and
board I will not be responsible for any
bil!s she may contract for.
N. E. HOKINSON.
Today's Market Quotations
By wire from Ei. W. Waterier A Cx,
members of Chlcagro Board of Trad.
Oraln, provision, tttocka. and cotton.
Loea.1 offlre at Rock Island bouae. Rock
Island. HI. Chicago office. 88-99-lOu,
Hoard of Trade. Jocal telephone. No.
EOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
May. Sfl. 90. 89, 90,.
July, 88. 894. f7Ti. 89 -
fSK S Taha On
" ) Pain Pill
To get the best of Backache
Get a Sox of
May get the beat of you
Nothing iliiturbs the human
system more than pain whether
it be in the form of headache,
backache, neuralgia, stomachache
or the pains peculiar to women.
Dr. Miles' Anti-Pain Pills are a
standard remedy for pain, and
are praised by a great army of
men and women who have used
them for years.
"A friend was down with LaGrfppe
and nearly crazed with awful backache.
1 give her one Anti-Pain Pill and left
another for her to take. They helped
her rtf ht away, and the tin she wi.l
never Te without them apain."
Mas. G. II. Webb, Austinbarg, O.
At all druggist 25 doss 23 cents.
MILES MEDICAL CO., Elkhart. Ind.
September, S7Y4, 8S7fe, ST's, 8S"8
Corn. May. 49, 50. 48, 49?b.
July, 49, 50. 49, 50.
September, 50, 51, L0, 51.
May, 30, SIVi, 30. 31.
July. 30, 31. 30, 31.
September. 3i, 31. 30Vi. 30.
May, 17.55, 17.65, 17.50, 17.65.
July, 16.72, 16.75, 16.70, 16.72.
May. 9.15, 9.17, 9.16, 9.17.
July, , , , S in.
May, 9.50, 9.57. 9.50, 9.52.
July, 9.07, 10, 9.07, 9.10.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Liverpool. March 10. The wheat
market at the opening was influenced
by the weakness in American cable
yesterday and values were to
lower. Australian and Argentine ship
merits were larger than expected, and
the estimate for world's visible this
week were larger than expected, 1,500
000 over last week. Crop news contin
ues favorable, and reports from Russia
are bearish regarding the crop outlook
and prospective early shipments
During the morning there was sony
covering by shorts and prices advanc
ed 4 for both May and July, while
The Old Reliable
J. P. , Williamson's new and 2c
hand store has returned to Rock Is
land and will be conducted undet
the firm came or Carney & Thomp
son. It runs Jus the same as "J.
P." used to run It. We will pay
more for your goods and sell cheaper
than anyone else.
CARNEY & THOMPSON
WE STOKE GOODS.
Old Phone 1688. 1525 Second Ave.
Hock bland, 111.
Rates, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50
I Steam Heat and Electric Light
1817-1819 Second Avenue
March was unchanged. Support was
due to the improved demand from the
continent for cargoes and parcels, and
fair spot trade. Receipts for three
days were light and this caused some
outside support. At 1:30 p. m. the
market was steady and higher than
the opening and to V lower than
The corn market was nominally un
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 8990, No. 3 r 87
tfi&O, No. 2 hw S991, No. 3 bw 87
v9. No. 1 ns 9."101, No. 2 ns 9599,
No. 3 na 95SS. No. 2 s 9096, No. 3
I s S795, vc 821f95, durum 8289.
jas rso. - tju, ."so. z w Jiffi'", -no.
3 w 30't30s4. No. 4 w 3030,
standard 30 ft31'.,i.
Corn No. 2 4747, No. 2 w 47
7. No. 2 y 47447, No. 3 45
40, No. 3 w 45?i46, No. 3 y 45
(.7 46. No. 4 4344, No. 4 w 4344.
No. 4 y 43V444',i. sgni 4041, sgy
Corn to higher.
Oats Vi higher.
Corn receipts 39 cars. Market to
a4 higher. No. 3 y 44, mixed 44,
No. 4 mixed 42.
St. Louis Cash.
Wheat steady. No. 2 r 95, No. 3 r
Corn higher; good demand. No.
2 corn selling at 47.
Kansas City Cash.
Corn to 1 higher.
Wheat opened lower; closed
Corn opened unchanged; closed nn-
Wheat 19 6
How you make itno
matter how you like it
no matter what it costs,
you can't heat
ICE CREAM, BREAD.
ROLLS AND CAKES,
PIES AND PASTRY
DELIVERIES EVERY DAT
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Oats 104 60
To- Last Lut
day. Week. Year
Minneapolis 160 108 300
Duluth 8 19 73
Winnipeg 259 183 129
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 807,000 219,000
Year ago 656,000 254,000
Corn today 656,000 569,000
Year ago 550,000 440.000
Opening of Market.
Hogs 18,000. Left over 3,400. Open
ed steady at yesterday's average. Mix
ed 6.70 7.10. good 6.85 S 7.05, rougn
6.656.75, light 6.857.20.
Cattle 1.000; strong.
Sheep 8,000; strong.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs 5c to 10c higher than yester
day's average. Light 6.90'7.25, rough
6.70(36.90, mixed 6.85 7.10, heavy 6.90
7.10. pigs 6.60(7.10. bnlk 6.907.10.
Beeves 5.00 6.90, cows 2. 50 6. 10.
stockers 4. 25 5.0, Texans 4.0 5. 85,
calves 7.50 8.76.
Sheep 2.50 4.75, lambs 4.60 6.45.
Close of Market.
Hogs closed 6trong; 10c higher than
yesterday. Mixed 6.857.20, good 6.00
7.15, rough 6.706.90, light 6.95
Sheep steady to stroDg.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 6,000 1,000 4,000
Omaha 6.500 1,000 900
St. Louis 9,000
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 11,000 200 1,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, March 10. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 172
U. S. Steel preferred 118
U. S. Steel common 76
Rock Island common 29
Southern Pacific 115
New York Central 100
Missouri Pacific 55
Great Northern 124
Northern Pacific 121
Canadian Pacific 215
I Illinois Central 134
Chesapeake & Ohio 81
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 76
St. Paul . ..i 120
Lehigh Valley 171
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
March 10. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Live Poultry Old hens, 10c; springs
16c pound; ducks. 18c pound; geese,
10c pound; turkeys ISc pound.
Fresh eggs, 19c.
Potatoes, per bushel, 65c.
Butter, dairy 24c; creamery 26c.
Feed and Fuel. ..,
Corn, per bushel, 50c. ; -t
Oats. 32c. -V-Wheat,
Forage Timothy hay, $15 to $16;
Clover hay. $15.
Wood $4.50 per load.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack.
Declares Secretary of Interior Re
signed to Escape Threatened
Madison, Wis.. March 10. (Special.)
"Confronted with the possibility of
impeachment proceedings in the extr
session, the secretary of the interior
made a precipitate exit from public
life. With preparations under way for
the most thorough and effective expos
ure of bis department he has yet had
to meet, the official who has repeatedly
declared he would never resign under
Are, now beats his retreat."
This is the succinct explanation giv
en for the hasty resignation of Richard
A. Ballinger as secretary of the in
terior In President Taft's cabinet. In
the leading editorial in La Follette's
weekly magazine today. The senator
demands, however, that the fall Inves
tigation of the department and the
Alaska claims be made immediately by
the new congress.
"Several times during the Ballinger
Plnchot investigation was the adminis
tration thrown Into a panic when start
ling evidence of misconduct was drag
ged out of the murky secrecy of the
Interior department by the untiring
and resourceful Brandeis," continues
Senator La Follette's editorial. "But
it is doubtful if anything that has yet
transpired reveals so clearly the fear
of the administration of an investiga
tion that will succeed in throwing open
How to Stop Drinking
We are in earnest when we ask you
to try Orrine at our expense. We will
give your money back If after a trial
you fall to get results from Orrine.
This Is a very generous offer. It gives
the wives and mothers of those who
drink to excess an opportunity to trv
the Orrine treatment. It also shows our
confidence in the merits of Orrine. Or
rine is recognized a the best and most
successful remedy the world has tver
known for drunkenness or the so-called
liquor habit. It la a very simple treat
ment, can he given in the home without
publicity or lorts of time from business,
and at a small price.
Orrine is prepared In two forms. Xo
1, accrpt treatment, a powder, absolute
ly tasteless and odorless, given secret
ly in food or drink. Orrine No. 2. in
pill form, is for those who desire to
take voluntary treatment. Orrine costs
only $1 n. box. Write for free Orrine
booklet mtlled in plain sealed envel
ope), to Orrine Company, Orrine build
ing. Washington. t. Orrine Is rec
ommended and is for sale In this city by
the Harper House pharmacy.
Pimples Cured in Ten Days
OR YOUR MONEY BACK
Anyone who has pimples, boils, black
heads, liver spots, open sores and erup
tions should know it is because of bad
blood. The circulation has become con
taminated with matter, that has diseas
ed the blood which is being forced out
Canvasbacks en the Wing.
If you have any doubt as to the
swiftness of the canvasbaclc on the
wing where business calls just fire at
the leader In a string some time when
you have the chance. Duck shot when
propelled by the proper quantity of
powder travels pretty quickly Itself,
but If your charge brings down any
member of that string of ducks at all
It will be the fifth or sixth bird back of
the leader, and 111 bet a farm on it.
"If you would bare a chance of drop
ping the leader you will have to aim
not less than ten feet ahead of him.
Then be will more than likely run
plump against yocr shot When be
drops it will be a quarter of a mile or
so farther on, for he can't stop short
of that distance even after he Is dead."
New York Sua.
of the system through the pores of the
skin. This condition cannot bo cured
unless you remove the cause. Bin-Ter
f'omplexinn Tablets purify the blood
strengthen the system and make yum
skin healthy, thus restoring vnur
plexiou to its clear, youthful ..; i
Under the purifying and ?
of Bin-Ter Complexion Tah).
tern will be built up an.1
cleared, usually in about : i
and recommended by Th'M. .ilt.
pany. Send 2" cents to V.n . i,.ra-
tory, 155 E. Washington ..l, Chica
go, for large sample.
MONEY TO L E N D
On Salary or Chattel Security.
If you are employed your credit is
good here for from $10 to $100.
These pay both interest and principal
$0.3 5 weekly pays a $10.00 loan.
$0.75 weekly pays a $20.00 loan.
$1.20 weekly pays a $40.00 loan.
$1.50 weekly pays a $50.00 loan.
All other amounts in same propor
tion. Absolute privacy guaranteed.
CITIZENS LOAN COMPANY
Room 6, McKinnie bldg. Phone east
1187. 15th st. and 4th ave., Moline.
Hi Striking Feature.
He was bufler at the British embas
2 ey, and be was very English. He was
at the telephone, and the society editor
i of a Washington newspaper was ask
ing him about a distinguished English
man who bad Just arrived as a guest
at the embassy.
Tell me," said the editor, "what be
looks like. Give me some striking fea
ture by which I may recognize him."
"Well." replied the butler In awe
and admiration. "e 'as a most blntel
Ilgent face." New York Tribune.
A Fierce Night Alarm
is the hoarse, startling rough of a
child, suddenly attacked by croup.
Often it aroused Lewis ChambUn of
Manchester, Ohio (R. R. No. 2) for
their four children were greatly sub
Ject to croup. "Sometimes in severe
attacks," he wrote, "we were afraid
they would die, but since we proved
what a certain remedy Dr. King's
New Discovery is, we have no fear.
We rely on it inr croup and for
coughs, colds or any throat or lung
trouble." 8t do tncusands of others.
So may you. Asthma, hay fever,
grip, whooping cough, hemorrhages
fly before it, 50 cents and $1. Trial
bottle free. Sold by all druggists.
Constitutional Blood Poison is the
most insidious of all diseases. It
begins in an insignificant manner,
usually the appearance of a tiny sore
being the only outward evidence of its
presence. But down in the blood the
treacherous infection is at work, and
in a short time its ch.tin of symptoms
begin to crop out. The mouth and
throat ulcerate, skin eruptions break
out, sores and ulcers appear on the
body, the glands in the groin swell,
and sometimes the hair comes out.
Mineral medicines cannot cure Con
stitutional Blood Poison; they only
shut the disease up in the S5'stem to
smoulder and await an opportunity of
breaking out afresh. The only pos
sible way to cure the disease is to
REMOVE the germs from the blood.
S. S. S. goes into the blood, and while
removing the infection makes the
blood pure, fresh and healthy. This
causes a general
upbuilding of the
entire -system ,
and when S. S. S.
has made a cure
there i3 no return
of the hideous
S. S. S. is made
entirely of vege
table matter, containing not the least
particle of mineral in any form. It is
a perfectly safe medicine and a certain
cure for blood poison. We have a
Home treatment book which we will
be glad to send free to all who write
and request it, also any medical
advice without charge.
Z2 aWZTX PCXF1C CO., AtitsU, Gt,
Great March Sale Used
You 11 have to be quick to pet one of these bargains,
for such pianos as these at such low prices are always
picked off in a very few days after they are advertised.
HALL & SONS
full site eon
sale price. 9190
Hall & &ons, $190
like new reg
ular price- $283
WOODWARD & BROWN
make la good
Woodward & Brown, $76
H. P. NELSON
like nw reg
alar $350 style
$175, H. P. Nelson
only a trtfl
ie: p ' 'fr" n':.-' I
B. F. BAKER
good for c
$38, B. F. Baker
SCHOMACKER & CO.
Large size ma
sale price, $182
Ebonlzed case T-"JHtJSTT
Mahogany cao giji'iai iMer-rr
-used tw, J?S23M(
s t y 1 e sale
r - .
for years for a
can have their
fied. We offer
nsivl grand at
Small grand -h;indHrne
v a lu e
Bale pi $150
Regina Player Piano -65-note
$ G50 instrument
Sale - $225
No Down Paymeni
TERMS: $1.00 to $2.00 Per Week. Think of It!
Your home should have a piano. Store open every
Besides the above, oiir enormous vfo k itn'liwh s
eueh world-famous makes as the KraniHi & J'jh Ii, Soh-mer-Ceeilian,
Me Phail, Steger & Sons, Smith Sc I'.anirs,
Nelson, etc., all of whieh are now bcin offered at excep
tionally low prices and easy terms.
TO OUT OF TOWN I'ATUONS
"Who call in person and purchase a Piano from us
during this sale, we will allow a rebate covering rail
road fare not to exceed $15.00.
Airlmir Po Griggs
Music House, 121 E. 2d St., Davenport.
to the light of day all the transaction ,r
of that department"
To Harness Jordan's Falls.
The falls of the river Jordan below
the lake of Gajllee are to be ha meowed
to supply electricity to the larger towo
THE SMOKE HOUSE
For a good urnok, try a Smoke
Dun3more & O'Connell.
liMK Fourth Atenue.