Newspaper Page Text
THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, THUHSDAY, Xcnsm 29, 1911.
Coal Lamp, per bushel, 15c; alack,
Wood. $4.50 per load.
Daily United States Weather Map
Great Values For The 4th i
BILLS TO HOLD THEIR
OUTING JULY 30TH
TT Q Ttonarfmont nf A crridlltlirG.
WILLIS L. MOORE.. Chiet
Local Lodge of Elks Charters Two
Steamers to Carry Members on
the Annual Frolic.
i itawi uton t tr a. uutj-8rtli axridlmc tlma. I "" N.
I 1ik)iia. 01 ooounnow 11m., pas tiircmli polat of aua&j mil I 1 Aff2 '
1 , v I Hz4 oo A
I parwur;Uw7 will b drawn onljr tar Mro. fraulii. KP. and MP. ij7? ' '
cloudy; O eUrady; rains snow, rwport 7
mlariwc Arrow fly with tba wind. Fin Scwra, lowaat tra- X
paratars (or past 12 hoar: eond. M-hoar rainfall, if it aquals -t-.C
"1 tilnl ui n -tlm-ntr if lffmUm par hmir nr mrin
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND. DAVKXPORT. MOLINE AND VICTNITY.
Unsettled weather with probably showers tonight or Friday, wanner tonight.
Pressures decidedly below the nor
mal this morning prevail over abnrt
all of the territory west of the Mis
sissippi, and scattered showers have
occurred from the north Pacific cont
and the northern Rocky mountain
states to the upper Mississippi vailej
This disturbance has also been attend
ed by a sharp rise in temperature in
the middle Missouri valley. The a ea
of high pressure and fair, cool weaih
er has drifted slowly eastward and is
central over northern Michigan. Be
cause of the low air pressures to tb
westward, unsettled weather is Indi
cated for this vicinity, with probably
showers tonight or Friday, and warm
High Low Prcp.
yes- last 24hrs.
terd'y. night inch.
Atlantic City 92 70 .to
Boston SO 66
Buffalo' 70 52
Rock Island 77 62
Denver 94 62
Jacksonville ....... 94 74
Kansas City 8C 7G
New Orleans 86 74
New York 88 64
Norfolk 90 76
Phoenix 104 7S
St. Louis 86 70
St. Paul 68 58
San Diego 66 60
San Francisco .'. 66 50
Seattle 62 50
Washington, D. C. . 90 70
Winnipeg 70 56
Yellowstone Park .... 44
St. Paul 14 1.4
Red Wing 14 0.4
Reeds Landing ... 12 0.3
LaCrosse 12 1.7 0 1
Dubuque 18 2.8 0 2
Clinton 16 2.7 0 4
LeClaire 10 1.2 3 2
Davenport 15 2.4 0.3
During the next 48 hours a falling
tendency in the Mississippi will oc
cur from below Dubuque to Musca
tine. J. M- SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
"It cured me," or "It saved the life
of my child," are the expressions you
hear every day about Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera, and Diorrboea remedy.
This is true the world over where this
valuable remedy has been introduced.
No other medicine in use for diarrhoea
or bowel complaints has received such
general approval. The secret of the
success of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol
era and Diarrhoea remedy Is that It
cures. Sold by all druggists.
Today's Market Quotations
l By wire from K. W. Wagner fc Co
nmben of Chlcaro Board of Trade.
Grain, provinlona, stocks, and cotton,
local offices at Rock Island bouse, hock
laland. 111. Chicago office. 98-99-100.
Board of Trade, local telep&one. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
July. 89H. 89, 88. 89.
September, 89, 89tt. 88. 89ft.
December, 91, 91. 91. 91 V.
July. 57. 57, 57. 57.
September. 59. 60. 69. 0.
December. 58. 59, 58, 58.
July. 43, 44, 43, 43.
September. 44. 44. 43, 44.
December. 46. 46, 45. 46.
July, 15.25, 15.30, 15.15, 15.25.
September. 15.45. 15.45, 15.45. 15.45.
July, 8.12. 8.22, S.12. 8.22.
September. 8.30, 8.35, 8.30. 8.32.
July, 8.22, 8.27, 8 22, 8.27.
September. 8.37, 8.40, 8.35, 8.40.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Liverpool, June 29. Wheat: Not
withstanding the weaker American ca
bles yesterday, the market here show
ed a steady undertone, with prices
to lower on apprehension regarding
July in America. Following the open
ing there was disposition shown to
realise, with a decline of to .
which, showed October lower than
yesterday. Buenos Ayres was lower,
with plate offers pressed for sale, and
foreign crop avdricee are very favor
able, with heaviness In continental
markets and arrivals liberal. During
the morning the decline was recovered,
and more, too, with prominent firms
buying on the forecast of right ship
ments from Argentine and private bull
ish news from America. There was a
very quiet demand for cargoes and
parcels In all positlone. At 1:0 p. m.
the market was quiet, but steady, and
unchanged to lower.
Corn opened unchanged and later ad
vanced higher than yesterday.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 8S89. No. 3 r
8789, No. 2 hw 8S91, No. 3
hw 87S9, No. 1 ns 95100, No. 2
ns 94 99, No. 3 ns 94 98. No. 2 s 90
94. No. 3 s 9093, vc SSfSS. durum
Corn No. 2 67 53, No. 2 w 57
58. No. 2 y 5758, No. 3 5757.
No. 3 w 5757. No. 3 y 5757.
No. 4 65 66. No. 4 w 5556, No.
4 y 5556, sgm 5254. sgy 53
Oats No. 2 w 4344, No. 3 w
4344, No. 4 w 4243. standard
Wheat opened to lower; closed
up to lower.
Corn opened unchanged; closed to
Wheat 34 J7
Corn 181 4S
Oat 95 56
To- Last Last
day. Week. Year.
Minneapolis 184 185 132
. .aonMB. . vbgkqVBGKQJetaoinfwypm
Duluth 60 33 19
Winnipeg 155 195 103
Chicago Estimate Tomorrow.
Wheat today 591.000 149,.,. .i
Year ago 808,000 219,000
Corn today 336,000 390.000
Year ago 368,000 361,w0
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 22,000. Left over 4,000. Opened
steady at yesterday's close. Mixed
6.106.60, good 6.15 6.45, rough 6.00
C6.10. light 6.05 6.50.
BIJOU Cigar Store
1626 Second Avenue.
Under the new management
What brand do you em oka? If you want to get the full flavor of
your favorite cigar yon must get it from a dealer who keeps his
cigars in the same condition as the maker intended. Lota of cigars
lose that peculiar aroma when exposed ours are always kept in
air-tight showcases and regulated by moisture to the right degree.
'Cinco" cigar. The odor is fragrant and de-
Phone West 555.
Cattle 2,500; steady.
Sheep 16,000; strong.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs tomorrow 20.000, cattle 2,000,
Hogs 5c higher. Light 6.106.52.
rough 5.956.15. mixed 6.106.55,
heavy 6.206.50, pigs 5.706.30, bulk
Beeves 4.906.75, cows 2.255.85.
stockers 3.255.40, Texans 4. 50 6.00,
Close of Market.
Hogs closed active, strong, and shade
higher than early, and 6c to 10c higher
than yesterday. Mixed 6.156.57, good
6.256.52, rough 6.006.20, light 6.10
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 10,000 5,000 4.000
Omaha 11,000 2,300 1,900
St. Louis 7,500
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 30,000 2,000 S.OvO
NEW YORK 8TOCKS.
New York, June 29. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 189
U. S. Steel preferred 118
U. S. Steel common 78
Rock Island preferred 64
Rock Island common 33
Southern Pactflo 124
New York Central 109
Missouri Pacific 60
Great Northern 137
Northern Pacific ....134
Louisville & Naahvflle 152
Canadian Pacific 241
minds Central 141
Chesapeake A Ohio 88
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 80
Baltimore & Ohio 109
St Paul 127
Lehigh Valley 180
Republic Steel common 80
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
June 29. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Butter Dairy, 21e; creamery, 21 c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bueheL 66c and 67c.
Forage Timothy nay, fit. i
Clover hay. 815.
wad bar. $ii to lis.
Straw, 7. J
'Sunday, July 30, was named last
evening by the committee as the date
for the annual frolic and day In the
wools of the B. P. O. E..No. 980.
Th earner T7. W. and barge and
the lumbia have been chartered
or i. occasion. The program for
the day has not been completed but
a landing will be effected on an Is
land and the day will be given over
to feasting and mirth. Athletic con
tests consisting of baseball games,
track events, etc., will be staged and
trophies given. Other features of
the program will be announced later.
The "Hello Bills" are a bunch of
Jolly good fellows and are certain to
put on many novel stunts on the oc
casion. The committee on program and
arrangements is: Fred Musfeldt.
chairman, Willis Mitchell Lloyd
Lamphere and H. H. Hubbard.
1 JJ K Jlk
For Men and Young Men
Worth $15. to $17.
For Men and Young Men
Worth $18. to $20.
For Men and Young Men
Worth $22. to $24.
HINES DECLARES L0RIMER
FUND WAS FUNK'S IDEA
(Continued from Paae One.)
witness declared that be did not.
Mr. Tilden testified first that he
was president of the National Packing
company, and later added the nam.?J
of five other Chicago corporations of
which he was president, besides being
the head of concerns in other cities
He was "confused" when asked t.y
Senator Kenyon to state of how mauy
corporations he was president "be
cause of the minor companies."
He "thought" he was director of
bank In Sioux City, Iowa, St. Joseph.
Mo., and San Francisco, and he gave
a long list of banks of which he was
a stockholder, but forgot until neaily
the end of his testimony to mention a
bank in East St. Louis. Either as
treasurer or in some other capacit;
he testified, he had the right to draw
checks on the bank accounts of "25 cr
30 ' corporations."
CARELESS IN BOOKKEEPING.
The witness testified that he did not
keep accurate books of his personal
business, merely loose leaf memorax
da checks written instead of check
stubs. The witness said he was not
proud of his system, but that it "n
swered the purpose, namely, that of
keeping track of money until banket'
The drawing of a c'leck for $100,u00
for personal expenditures might not b
entered In his personal accounts, he
said, and he "might or might not" be
able to tell whether he had loaned or
paid any one, 8100,000," for "instance, in
"We might be able to tell if we ail
went at it," he added. "Such a ques
tion never came up. I am paid a big
salary to run the business of a large
corporation and I know a great deal
less about my own affairs than aboot
those of the company."
BOOKS NOT REQCESTED.
The committee did not ask Mr. Til
den to produce his bank books for in
Bpection. He declared they shove'l
nothing whatever connected with the
election of Mr. Lorimer, and the cojv
mittee told him "for the present and
possibly for all time" that it was
through with its examination of him
DKJVKEN TALKED OVER PHONE,
Springfield, 111., June 29. It has be
come known that Governor Deneen
when he goes on the stand in the Lori
mer inquiry, will admit that Edward
Hines or some one who said he was
Hines talked to him over the long dis
tance telephone, and will give the con
versation that took place. The gover
nor expects to go to Washington next
week in response to the summons serv
ed upon him. Because of the fact that
he is to testify the state executive re
fuses at this time to give out a state
There is no doubt that the lumber
merchant did talk to the governor and
no one here is attempting to deny It.
Friends of the governor ridicule the
testimony so far as It sets forth that
Hines, while talking to Deneen, mads
any reference to money that it was
intended to use in electing Lorimer to
WILL. BE CLEARED VP.
"They have their wires crossed,'
said a friend of the governor, "and
this will all be cleared up when De-
neen's side is heard. Hines, it Is un
derstood, was endeavoring to get the
governor to help Lorimer out and was
telling him that President Taft, Aid-
rich and others were for Lorimer.
"The telephone conversation, as I
understand it, was held on the day Lor
imer was elected. It was Impossible
The He J. Toliver
Puffs, curls and switches
made from combings and cut
Hair dressing by special or
ders. A complete line of up-to-date
hair goods. All orders
given prompt attention.
1813 Second Avenue
These Suits are strictly hand-tailored, made of Gray and Brown Cashmeres,
plain Blue Serges, Fancy Worsteds and plain Black Materials, and bear the labels
of fhe world's best known makers such as the "Stetson", The A. & B. Rochester"
"The Broadway" and "The Onyx", which is a safeguard for sanitary clothing.
If your Clothing does not bear one of these labels, you are justified in suspecting
that they are a sweat-shop product.
LADIES' DRESSES, COATS, SKIRTS AND WAISTS
Extra special values are offered in these lines. Pongee and Repp Coats worth
up to $9-98, Now $4.95. Newest Styles in Waists 98c Messaline, Lingerie and
Marquisette Dresses, $3.98 up. $kirts in Plain and Fancy Materials, $2.98 up.
SPECIAL LIBERAL CREDIT TO ALL A
To enable every American Man and Woman to celebrate the great National
Holiday, this greatest American Institution will show the way if you have the
The Reorle's Store
UE HOUSE OF NATlQhJAl, RFPLTTATION ...
319-321 Twentieth Street, Rock Island
for Hines to get to Springfield with
money or anything else before the elec
tion took place on that day. This
makes it ridiculous to say that Hines
told the governor he was coming with
Cook testified here before the Helm
committee on April 25. Governor De
neen at that time denied that he was
the man to whom Hines had made the
SPEAKER ADKINS GIVES
WATERWAY LAST QUIETUS
I Continued from Paire One.
SACRIFICE IS TOO MUCH
Senator Luke Ijea, Who Submitted
to Transfusion to Save Wife, Ill
Washington, June 29. Senator
Luke Lea of Tennessee, weak from
the transfusion of blood in an ef
fort to save his wife's life, has re
turned to the hospital to remain a
few days recuperating. He overtax
ed his strength in resuming his duties
with the Lorimer investigating commit
tee and physicians ordered him to bed.
now arrived, I move we do now ad
journ." The motion raised another clamor.
"Don't anyDoay get excited,"
roared Speaker Adkins, "nobody's
going to run off with anything here."
CISHIXC HIS (illDE.
Continuing, the speaker ruled as
"I have been Importuned by both
sides here tonight not to let the
clock be tampered jn-ith. The chair
placed a man in charge to see that
it is not monkeyed with. Cusbing
says that where the assembly has a
clock, the presiding officer shall be
guided by it and that the transition
of time noted by it shall be put In
the journal. Under the rules if you
refuse to adjourn and go on into the
next legislative day the minutes will
have to show the correct time when
you adjourned. You will all under
stand if you adjourn any time
Thursday morning to 10 a. m.
Thursday what your record will
MOTION TO ADJOURN LOST.
Holaday's motion to adjourn at
midnight was voted down ayes, 19;
Licensed to Wed.
Elwin L. Bloom Moline
Gladys Volk Rock Island
Arthur J. Remley . . . Rock Island
Hulda Goelnitz Davenport
Charles E. Le Dean Cambridge
Anna May Atkinson Cambridge
Homer R. Carson
Wilton Junction, Iowa
Mrs. Ad M. Carson
Wilton Junction, Iowa
Fred C. W. Winter Rock Island
Mary Ann Voigt Rock Isla.id
Alfone Burnneel Moline
Maria Van Dennabeele Moline
David Swanson Moline
Mrs. Verna Wolfe Rock Island
Charles C. Moore Mineral, III.
Elizabeth Frank Tyler, Mian.
John H. Hauberg Molina
Susanne C. Den kmann. .. .Rock Island
SYSTEM ltUX IK)VN?
THEN BY ALL MEANS THY
That will tickle
thirst and is
good for you,
can always be
found in our
BUFFALO ICE CREAM PARLOR
324 Twentieth Street
Shoes Shined 5c
At Clementa' Shoe Stanil, 10 lO Sec
" onil Avenue.
Shoes shined on Saturday, Sun
day and holidays, 10c. Tan or red
The annual meeting of the stockhold
ers of the Rock Island Mutual Building,
Loan and Savings association will ba
held July 6. 1911, at 7:30 p. m.. at the
office of the secretary, room 18, State
Bank building, for the election of three
directors, and such other business as
shall regularly come before it.
HENRY LEMBURG. President
EDWARD B. KREIS, Secretary.
Work Will Soon Start. 4
after you take Dr. King's New Life
Pills, and youll quickly enjoy their
flee results. Constipation and indi
gestion vanish and fine appetite re
turns. They regulate stomach, liver
and bowels and Impart new strength
and; energy to the whole system. Try i
CONSTRUCTION OF REVERO HOSE
It is braided, moulded and seamless.
The seamless tube or lining of high grade rubber Is especially
Over this we apply a special double braiding of tightly twist
ed cotton yarn. (The ordinary garden hose Is made of a ntrlp of
wrapped duck) next the cover which is composed of tough flexible
rubber to withstand wear and abuse.
The complete hose is then vulcanized in cur patent moulds
"UNDER VERY HIGH PRESSURE." Revero garden hosu Is the
only hose made by this process.
This pressure exerted from inside of hose forces the rubber and
fabric together before it is vulcanized and thus it becomes one
complete homogeneous body.
MANY FEATURES OF ADVANTAGE
It possesses greater strength and will withstand more pressure
than a hose almost double in weight.
It Is seamless throughout as regards both fabric and rubber.
Its construction prevents any faulty goods reaching the custo
mer. Being vulranized in moulds under pressure any defects are
readily detected during this operation.
It will outwear any other hose consequently is the cheapest to
buy in the long run.
It is made complete in our factory and thus each detail can
be carefully looked after. From the twisting of the yarn and
braiding of the fabric to the compounding of the rubber and the
final vulcanizing and testing, Revero Is la every sense of the word
the product of the Revero Rubber company.
CHANNON t DUFVA
112 West Seventeenth Street. Both Phones.
thesi. Only 26c at all druggists.
- i - -