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THS ROCK IST7A2TD ARGUS, FRIDAY. TU1SY 14, 1911.
Daily United States Weather Map
TJ. S. Department of Agriculture. J
WILLIS L. MOORE, Chief:
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FORECAST FOB ROCK IKLAXD. DAYESTFORT. MOIXVE AXT TXC1N1TZ. .
Fair tonight and Saturday, not uracil change in temperaure.
Showers in the southern plateau
states, the west gulf sections and on
the eastern Rocky mountain slope have
resulted from the barometric depres
sion which remains over Arizona and
southern California. Rains have also
again occurred on the middle and south
Atlantic coasts, although the air pres
sure is now somewhat above the nor
mal from the crest of the Rockies to
the Atlantic, with the greatest air pres
sure over the Missouri valley. Because
of the continued high pressure to the
westward, fair weather, without much
change in temperature, is indicated for
this vicinity tonight and Saturday.
High Low Pr'cp.
yes- last 24hrs.
terd'y. night inch.
Atlantic City 82 72 .20
Boston 90 70 .00
Buffalo 76 62
Rock Island 88 63
Denver ...76 56
Jacksonville 92 72
Kansas City 86 66
New Orleans 90 76
New York 86 72
Norfolk 86 70
Phoenix 106 82
St. Louis 88 70
St. Paul 78 58
San Diego 72 62
San Francisco 60 50
Seattle 82 66
Washington, D. C. ...88 72
Winnipeg 72 52
Yellowstone Park 4S
stage. 7 am.
St. Paul 14 1.1
Red Wing ...14 0.1
Reed's Landing 12 0.2
La Crosse 12 0.9 0.1
Prairie du Chiea 18 0.9 0.1
Dubuque 18 1.5 0 2
Clinton 16 .1.6 0.1
Le Claire 10 0.6 0.1
Davenport 15 1.4 0.1
A falling tendency in the Mississippi
will continue from below Dubuque to
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
A Peek Into His Pocket.
would show the box of Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve that E. S. Loper, a carpen
ter, of Marilla, N. Y., always carries.
"I have never had a cut, wound, bruise,
or sore it would not soon heal," be
writes. Greatest healer of burns, boils,
scalds, chapped hands and lips, fever
sores, skin-eruptions, eczema, corns
and piles. 25c at all druggists.
Today's Market Quotations
l My v lr- from fcL W. W'(fiier Lo.
members of ChicaKO Board of Trade.
Grain, provisions, stocks, and cotton.
Local ofllces at Hock Island bouse. Kock
Island. 111. Chicago otttce. B-8-100,
Board of Trade. Local telephone. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
July. 8S, 88. SSlg. 85J8.
September, 89-8. 89. S7. 87.
December, 92'. 92. 90. 90.
July. 65 Vi. CO. US'. C5.
September. f.6", OTVi, CC, 67.
December. 41i. G5, 64, 64'.;.
July, 46T. 46. 461. 46.
September, 46'K, 47, 40. 47.
December, 4. 49,,4, 4S, 4S.
July, 1580. 15.S0, 15.80. 15.80.
September, 15.95. 15.95. 15.77. 15.85.
January, 15.05, 15.65, 15.05. 15.65.
July. 8.25, S.r,0, S 27. 8.30.
September, fc.37. S.U7, 8.35, S.37.
July. 8.32. 8.35. S.30. S.35.
September, 8.5 S.50, 8.45, 8.45.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Liverpool. July 11. Wheat opened
tinder pressure of lower American ca
bles, with prices lower. Foreign crop
advices continue generally favorable.
Receipts for three days were heavy at
over one million bushels, and Austra
lian offers were liberal. Later a fur
ther disposition was shown by shorts
and prominent interests to support the"
market. There is an increasing scarci
ty of spot, with more inquiry from
July shorts and an improved inquiry
for new winters. World'6 shipments
are expected to be lighter wit jd
decrease on passage. The spr ?t
was firm and in good demand. :)
the market was firm, lov. in
Corn was lower, with tin- r
tone weak, the weakness beiiij ;o
a natural reaction on the i d
American weather and less dt :i. . tor
Wheat opened lower; t sod
Corn opened lower; closed
Wheat 496 455
Corn 118 S3
Oats 91 66
To- Last Last
day. Week. Year.
Minneapolis 65 97 166
Duluth 16 31 14
Winnipeg 140 164 80
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 1,529,000 263,000
Year ago ... ..v -635,000 309,000
Corn today 371,000 414,000
Year ago 396,000 460,000
Chicago Cash Grain.
Corn No. 2 66 3 67, No. 2 w 67
67, No. 2 y 6767. No. 3 66Vi
66. No. 3 w 66 67. No. 3 y 6"T
66. No. 4 6565. No. 4 w 65
65, No. 4 y 6566.
Oats No. 2 w 4850, No. 3 w 43
49, No. 4 w 47!i48, standard 48 V4
Wheat No. 2 r 8486. No. 3 r
8485. No. 2 hw 8588, No. 3
hw 84S6. No. 1 ns 102106, No.
2 ns 100103, No. 3 ns 929S, No. 2 s
Great Oxf or
5,000 Pairs of Late Style Oxfords
FOr Men For Women For Boys For Girls
Values up to $5.00 and $4.00, samples and canceled or
ders, all styles, all sizes, button and blucher, on sale
Saturday at the one price, $2.50.
Full line of Shoes, Pumps and Instep Strap Pumps for Ladies and Girls.
Some great values in Men's Work and Dress Shoe samples, canceled or
ders, etc Also Boys' Work and Dress Shoes all at the one price
Mail orders given careful attention, and shipped one hour after receipt of
Sample Shoe Rooms
6th Floor 1st National Bank Building.
8898. No. 3 8 88S94, tc 8690, dur
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 14,000. Year ago 13,000. Left
over 2,900. Opened 5c lower. Mixed
6.3006.82, good 6.406.77, rough 6.15
66.35. light 6.30 S 6.80.
Cattle 1,500; steady. ,
' Sheep 10,000; steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs 5c lower; quality fair. Mixed
6.35 6.80, good 6.35 6.75, rough 6.15
6.30, light 6.25 6.75.
Close of Market.
Hogs closed slow at early prices.
Mixed 6.306.85, good 6.356.75, rough
6.15 6.30, light 6.25 6.75.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 8,000 1,000 1,000
Omaha 6,300 500 3,300
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 9,000 300 3,000
NEW YORK 8TOCKS.
New York. July 14. Following are
the Quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific .188
TJ. 8. Steel common 79
Rock Island common 81
Southern Pacific .....
New York Central . , 109
Missouri Pacific w49
Great Northern 1344
Northern Pacific 132
Louisville & Nashville 154
Canadian Pacific 241
Chesapeake & Ohio '. 82
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 83
Baltimore & dhio 109
St. Paul 126
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
July 14. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Eggs, 15 c.
Butter Dairy, 21c; creamery, 22 c
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 56c and 57c.
Forage Timothy hay, $18. .j..
Clover hay. $15. lf
Wild hay, $12 to $13. . i-
Straw, $7. " ' '
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
Wood, $4.50 per load.
Escaped With His Life.
"Twenty-one years ago I faced an
awful death," writes, H. B. Martin,
Port Harrelson, S. C. "Doctors said I
had consumption and the dreadful
cough I had looked like it, sure enough.
I tried everything, I could hear of, for
my cough, and was under the treat
ment of the best doctor in Georgetown,
S. C. for a year, but could get no re
lief. A friend advised me to try Dr.
King's New Discovery. I did so, and
was completely cured. I feel that I
owe my life to this great throat and
lung cure." Its positively guaranteed
for coughs, colds, and all bronchial af
fections, 50c & $1.00. Trial bottle free
at all druggists.
A Battle of Languages.
Three or four languages strove for
mastery in ancient Gaul, which Is now
France. German was spoken by the
12.000 Frank invaders. Popular Latin
Little work or worry pre
paring your picnic baskets
when having convenient a
supply of our "Ready to
Mustard relish, a deliclons rel
ish for sandwiches, meats, etc,
a bottle 10c
Olives, stuffed with pimento
peppers, picnic size
Pickles, fancy sweets,
a bottle 10c
t potted ham. Libbys especially
fine for sandwiches,
a can 15c
Veal loaf with pork and beef,
serve cold, a can . 15c
Corned beef hash, put can in
balling water, 15 minutes and
serve hot, a can 15c
Vienna style sausage, with
cereal added, serve hot,
a can 10c
Sardines, E. Green Norwegian
brand, in pure olive oil,
a can 15c
Bismarck herring, very fine,
an appetizer, a can 25c
Hot tamales, Libby's Mexican
style, in husks, ready to
serve, a can 10c
Baked beans, with pork, Sny
der's and Van Camp's,
a can . . . 10c, 15c and 20c
Jelly, Lipplncott's, pure fruit
all kinds, a glass 10c
Connect yonr phone with
ours, we will give your order
the same careful attention you
would receive when calling in
person for it.
2207 Fourth Avenue
bottled beers has been earned by Anheuser-Busch for
"The Old Reliable
It's impossible to improve upon its Quality and Purity, because it is brewed only
from the best materials and thoroughly aged in the largest storage cellars in the
world. Its mildness and low percentage of alcohol makes it friends everywhere.
Bottled only at the
St. Louis, Mo.
A. D. Huesing
Rock Island - Illinois I
was spoken by 6.000.000 Gallc-Romana.
Literary Latin was the language of the
church and of literature. Low Latin
was afterward the language of the ad
ministration. German was the first to
succumb. In four centuries It ceased
to be understood by the soldiers, and
In seventy years more it had become
an object of ridicule. But it survives
In more than 900 words, expressing the
things of government, law and war,
and thus forms no insignificant part
of the French language.
The sailor of the old fashioned, shell
back class always wears a corpse ring.
This Is a plain band of silver or gold.
Inscribed within with the sailor's name
and port. Corpse rings are worn for
the purpose of identification In case of
death by drowning tbrouph shipwreck,
etc. The shellback sailor can never
swim, and he looks forward calmly to
dying suddenly beneath the sea. In
deed, be usually prefers such a death
to a lingering one In hospital. Buffalo
"Btibblee has bought two new ma
chinesone for himself and one tor
"Weil, you see, her machine keeps
"Hera Is a sewing machine.' Balti
"Have yon spoken of our love te
yonr mother yet?"
"Not yet," murmured, the dear girl.
"Mother ban noticed that I've been
acting queer of late, bnt she thinks It's
biliousness." Pittsburg Post
COMET IS PHOTOGRAPHED
Harvard 0!servatory Professor Has
LikenesH of the Kiess.
Cmbridge, Mass., July 14. Professor
Pickering of the Harvard college ob
servatory, reported today a phcto
graph spectrum of the comet Klevs
that had been obtained by Harvanl
in July with an 8-inch Draper telescope
which showed two bands, bright iu;C
Cloverleaf Brand Fixitfree Bicycle Tire
re nearly perfection or. we could not afford this guarantee
99 per cent of tire value cannot be aeen; you cannot judge a tire
bv the looks: all look alike except the tread design, which has
no value or merit; only, fancy Wearing and juncture-reiitinw
qualitiea are what count.Tnis I the service you thould pay for;
Trpablm Saving is what we offer you. On usual guaranty you receive
nothing but unkept promises and " Hot Air. a
covers tpo unseen, unino pini: ruirmm
you a year's tire mrrvice WIIHUUI tAiKACon.
'All puncture s and other repairs MADE FREE, or replaced with new tire.
without charge, reirinllen or taint.- no quesuoni; w iimij
Local dealers handling this brand, of tirea can do the same. "
no Tor aiOci.V la math ir.-This special Introductory pr.ee
now K8& per pair, express prepaid, Ordcrcarly; give sue wanted.
' Send for Catalogue. Agents WanUMLCr"
Dea Moines 1 WMIYJL i-nepoua
Iowa , j.-r """y
Branch agency at William H. Bolles, 2414 Third Ave.
Rock Island, III.
U. W. M. Co.
TmTmm MmmU Tmi
$5-M THOSERS FREE
5 Raincoat Or A Fancy Vest FREE
With Every Suit For A Few Days Only
In addition to your choice of the above you get the same high quality and
workmanship which gives our tailorcd-to-ordcr garments a-something in fit an ap
pearance characteristic of the exacting attention we give to each individual suit and
has established our reputation as originators of up-to-the-minute fashions at
prices less than you can buy' made over ready made clothing."
We must keep our largr force of skilled weavers, cutters and tailors busy the year
round and we are willing to sacrifice our profit to do this during the summer months.
Of course you undcrst-nd it is impossible for us to continue an extraordinary
offer of this kind for any length of time but for the next few days at least you
may take advantage of our extreme low prices and your choice of an extra pair
of 5.00 trousers, 15.00 raincoat or a 25.00 fancy vest with each suit made to
measure regardless of the price. Tomorrow we display exceptional values at
$gJ.OO m $.50 m $20 - $22
The above price iarlorte oar imported woolens s well a oar own weaves direct froea
the looms of our own . Every threod psnre wool ad guer iteed perfect in fit
workmenship or your money cheerfully refunded.
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The United Woolen .litis Co..
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303 W. 3rd St., Davenport. B"llXdJXMwt
OPEN EVERT SATURDAY EVENING UNTIL lOOO P. M.