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THE ROCK ISIiAND ARGUS, THURSDAY, JTTLT 27, 1911.
Daily United States Weather Map
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLI S L. MOORE. Chief.
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Forage Timothy hay, $20.
Clover hay, $15. : .-:
Wild hay. $12 to $13. " .--;?.'
Coal Lump, per busheL 15c; slack.
DEPOSIT SLIP IS PA'S,
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FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAJTO. D ATEVPORT. MOLIXE AND VI CO ITT.
Showers tonight or Friday, slightly warmer tonight, cooler Friday.
The center of the north western low
has advanced to Manitoba, but the
barometers are below the normal as
far southwestward as the southern
plateau states. This disturbance has
been accompanied, during the past 24
hours, by showers and thunderstorms
In the Rocky mountain states and the
upper Missouri valley and by higher
temperatures in the Missouri and up
per Mississippi valleys and the upper
.ake region. High pressures and fair
weather prevail east of the Mississippi,
wi'h the crest of the high over the
Ohio valley and the middle Atlantic
and New England states. The east
ward movement of the Manitoba low
will be attended by 6howers in this
vicinity tonight or Friday, with some
what warmer tonight, followed by
High Low Pr"c
yes- last 24 hr.
terd'y. night Inch.
Atlantic City 76 C6 .00
Eoston SO 2 .00
Buffalo 6C 58 .00
Rock Island 78 62 .00
Denver S4 58 .00 j
Jacksonville 88 68 .00
Kansas City SS 68 .00 i
New Orleans 84 72 .00
New York 7S C6 .00
Norfolk SG 70 .00
Phoenix GS .00
St. Louis SO C2 .00
St. Paul 78 62 .00
San Diego 70 62 .00
San Francisco 60 52 .00 j
Seattle CC 54 .00 j
Washington, D. C. - .84 62 .00 j
. .. 84
stagb. ,7 a.m.
St. Paul 14 0.9
Red Wing 14 0.2
Reed3 Landing 12 0.7
LaCrosse 12 0.7
Prairie du Chlen ...18 0.6
Dubuque 18 1.1
Clinton 16 0.9
LeClalre 10 0.2
Rock Island 15 0.7
During the next 48 hours only slight
changes in the Mississippi will occur
from below Dubuque to Muscatine.
J. M. SHER1ER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
(By wire from E. W. Wignfr & Co..
member of Chicago Board of Trad-.
Oratn. provision, utorks. and cotton.
Local ofnes at Itock Inland house. Ruck
Inland. 111. Chicago o9'& 98-9-l"u.
Hoard of Trade. Local ttlcplioue. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
July, S5Ts. S6. 85. 864.
September. SS. 89, 87. SS;.
December, 91"8. 92?. 91-, 92!i.
July, 61, 62. 61, 62.
September, 62. 63. 62. 63.
December. 61, 61. C0, CIH
Oats. July, 39. HO. ?.!. r.9.
September. 39, 40"8. 39Vi. 40.
December, 42, 43, 42',, 43V.
July. 16.72, 16.82. 10.72. 1C.72
Septembtr, It". 90. 17.00. 16. S7, 16.90.
January. 152, 15. S2. 15.95.
July, 8.47, 8.57. 8.45, 8.55.
Does 6.30 Interest
$95.00 will buy one Share
Preferred Stock of
THE TRI-CITY RAILWAY
AND LIGHT CO.
Dividends of $1.50 per
share are payable on the
first day of January, April,
July and October.
Present earnings are
more than one and one
half times dividend re
quirements. Particulars on request.
LITTEN & ROBERTS
Peoples National Bank VM.
Pbooe West 122.
September, 8.57, 8.C5, 8.52. 8.C2.
July, 8.55, 8.60 ,S.50. 8.60.
September, 8.70, 8.75, S.C5, 8.72.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Wheat 6teady on American strength
and firmness in Ik-unos Ayres. Later
market was dull but the undertone be
came easier and latter declined with
the principal pressure in October. Con
sols showed more firmness and the feeJ
ing here is less apprehensive regard
ing the Morrocon question. There is
a quU't demand for both parcels ani
cargoes with more favorable outlook
in India for rain. Argentine forecast
is for larger shipments than were ex
pected and private estimates are for
larger worlds shipments this week. At
1:30 p. m. the market was dull but eas
ier with July In higher and othtrwist
'.-uto 't lower than yesterday.
Corn neglected, unchanged.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Com No. 2 C214fit62V!. No. 2 w
65 No. 2 y C2V63. No. 3 62JJC2,
No. 3 w 64 65. No. 3 y e2Vi'fi62
No. 4 61S61, No. 4 w 6262,
No. 4 y 61'i61, sgm 60(g 61.
Oats No. 2 new 373S, No. 2 w 39
!f4 No. 2 w new 3S'5 39. No. 3 w
39. No. 4 w new 37fj35,
standard 3y3&, standard new
38' & 39'.;.
Wheat No. 2 r 84 86. No. 3 r 83
Tj 85. No. 2 h w 86 g 88. No. 3 h w S53
S6. No. 1 ns 105f107, No. 2 r.s 95
102. No. 3 ns S3?il00. No. 2 s 929t;.
No. 3 s 8994, vc 84 92, durum 83
Wheal opened higher; cloeed
Corn opened unchanged; cloaed un
changed. Chicago Receipts.
Year ago 1,242,000 553,000
Corn today 473,000 444,000
Year ago 302,000 175,000
Ca3 car Ci tmt i
l Taoaccc tfabit
Wheat 616 4fS
Corn 109 24
Oa'-3 263 2u3
To- Last Lat
day. Week. Year
Minneapclis 12S - 149 139
Duluth 56 2S 41
Winnipeg 132 124 157
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 1.250.000 89S.000
Edward Dierolf Ice Cream Company
. Guaranteed Pure Ice Cream Made Fresh Every Day.
Special Prices for Large Quantities.
Wholesale and Retail Milk and Cream
Old phone 1397-L.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 17,000. Left over 3,200. Open
ed strong to five higher. Mixed 6.50
l tti. oooa o.oue i.us. ttougn 6.3u(2F
6.55. Light 6.607.05.
Cattle 4.500. Strong.
Sheep 18,000. Weak.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs five higher. Light 6.60 710.
Rough 6.306.55. Mixed 6.607.10.
Heavy .607.02. Pigs 5.35??6.70. Bulk
Beeves 5.10 7.25, cows 2.256.00,
stockers 3.105.50, texans 4.65 6.10,
calves 5.50 8.00.
Sheep 2.154.25, lambs 3.607.20
Close of Market.
Hogs five to 10 higher than yester
day's average. Mixed 6.60 7.12, good
e.C07.07, rough 6.30 6.55, light 6.60
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 8.000 5,000 5,000
Omaha 6,800 2,500 5,000
St. Louis 11,000
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 18.000 3,000 13,001
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, July 27. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 188
V. S. Steel preferred 169',;
V. S. Steel common 78"i
Reading ... 59
Rock Island common 31
Southern Pacific 121
New York Central 107
Missouri Pacific 49
Great Northern 134
Northern Pacific 131
Louisville & Nashville 152
Colorado Fuel & Iron 34
Canadian Pacific 242
Chesapeake & Ohio 81
Brooklyn Rapid Transit : 82
Baltimore & Ohio 108
St. Paul 126
Lehigh Valley 176
Republic Steel common 30
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
July 27. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Egs, 15 e.
Butter Dairy. 21c; creamery, 2c
Feetf and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, E6c and 70c
Oats, 45c and tgc
Senator La Follette In February of tne
present year, a Jweek cr ten days "ce
fore the vote was taken in the senate
on tie right of Senator Lorimer to re
tain his seat It was brought out teat
before the vote was taken Senators
! Root, Culiom and one or two others
j h'so were given the general facts of
j the story without the name of Mr.
Mr. Keeley denied that he ever
talked with Mr. La Follette regarding
the filibuster led by the Wlscons n
senator to delay the vote on the Lo ri
mer case until after March 4, when the
new senators would take their seats
During Mr. Keeley's examination re
garding his activity at Washington, :
was brought out that he took one of
the briefs in the Lorimer case to Presi
dent Taft, the appointment with the
the president being arranged thro-iph
Charles D. Norton, his secretary. Mr.
Keeley stated that he never had dis
cussed the case with Secretary of
TARIFF PLATS A PART.
Mr. Hanecy tried to show that the at
titude of Mr. Hines and Senator Lori
mer with respect to the tariff on lum
ber and print paper had something ti
do with enmity on the part of the Chi
cago Tribune. Mr. Keeley said tbat
had been no cause for any grievance.
Several editorials published in the
Tribune were read into the record dv
Mr. Hanecy. ome of them sharply
criticised former Senator Burrows and
other members of the first senate in
A number of congressmen who were
sitting among the spectators and on..?
or two oJ the new members of t'ie
committee sot much amusement from
the reading of these editorials.
Mr. Hanecy went into a good ma-iy
matters concerning Chicago affaiis
which were not connected in any di
rect manner with the Lorimer cas?
One of them involved the recent laVor
killings. Mr. Hanecy sought to shew
that the Tribune employed a "wreck
ing crew in connection with its cavi
It was brought out tbat "Moss" En-
right, indicted for murder recently,
was for a time employed by the Tri
bune. l!r. Hanecy also inquired in.o
the slugging of a discharged Tribune
employe in the Tribune office.
STfIYIG STEPHEXSOV RECOHO.
Washington, July 27. The sub-wui-.
mittee on privileges and elections ap
pointed to consider charges against
Stephenson (Wisconson) held a pre
liminary meeting today. Chairman H'jy
burn announced the record of the csoo
before the Wisconsin legislature Lai
been received, and it was decided that
each member should make a study of
this document before further action.
Join the Funs on the Trolley
(Continued from Page Three.)
will be one mile. The rider will be
somewhat handicapped by the size of
the rink but the race will be nip and
tuck at that. Then Mr. Hamilton
has issued a challenge to any three
skaters in the tri-cities for a mile
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers.
John E. Anderson to Paulina Tiv.r.e
gan, lot 2, Cramer and McKee's addi
tion. Rock Island, $3,600.
Elizabeth B. McDill, by heir3, i.j
Mary E. Plambeck, lot 12, block 2, E.
S. Walker's addition, Rock Island,
Mary L. Sudlow to Katherinc II. Me-
Namara. part lot ,:!, block 1, Twenty
first street addition, Uock Island, $J,
500. N. L. Davenport to W. E. Bailey,
tract in N.(W. section 1-17-2W.,
Lizzie Cant to Josephine and Henry
E. Beck, part lots 3 and 4, Suess' ub
div., Moline, $3,800.
Mary Larson to Jelle Weeda, lot 3
block 2, Oak Grove, South Rock Is
Charles Ellison to,Tri-City Railway
oompany, lot near Seventh avenue and
Twenty-seventh street, Moline, $8.0' 0
Sarah J. White to J. W. Johnson
and G. O. Dietz, lot , block "E." Pros
pect park, Moline, $1.
First Baptist church', Moline. to Jos
eph F. Porter, lot corner Seventh ave
nue and Twenty-seventh street, Molme,
Martin N. Johnson to Alfred Linn
lot 6, block 6, Pitt's, Gilbert and Pitt s
Flrat addition, Moline, $1,150.
Emma M. Johnson to Henry S. 1
and Esther A. E. Anderson, tract in
section 3-1 7-1 W, $1,500. j
Rufus Walker to F. G. Eastburg, 1
lot 6. block 5, Acme addition, Mo
Peter Oumber to E. H. Guyer, lots
11. 12, block 170, East Moline, $3,
000. E. H. Guyer to Herman Abrum
son, lot 2, block 3, Buford & Guy
ers' addition, Rock Island, $325.
(From Eastern Styles)
The average woman is always sur
prised to learn, al ter .experimenting
with all sorts of patent so-called
"wrinkle removers" that the most ef
fective remedy in the world is a sim
ple face wash which sbe can make
herself at home in a jiffy.
She has only to get an ounce of
pure powdered saxnlite from her
nearest druggist and dissolve it in
half a pint of witch hazel. Apply
this refreshing solution to the face
every day. The result is charming
marvelous. Even after the very
first treatment the wrinkles show
less plainly and the face has a nice,
firm, comfortable feeling that is
thoroughly delightful and lends s.'lf
confidence in one's appearance. This
harmless home remedy is used by
thousands of women to obliterate
the unwelcome traces of time.
race, the three skaters to make the
distance In relays, one-third of a
mile each. The event on the chutes
will be the last thing on the program
of the evening.
)UKKS torch or SEI.K.
The skater will be covered with
gasoline and as he prepares for the
slide, the inflammable liquid will be
lighted. The sight can then be seen
plainly by all within sight of the
chutes. It is the advice of the Fk;it
er that the spectators view the siht
from the river bank as the descent
of the chutes and the fall into the
water may then be seen to best ad
vantage. Should the program prove
worthy, there will oe a weeks en
i gagement at the park and each night
! the flight down the chutes will be
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Tho number of people Killed yearly
by wild beasts don't approach the vast
number killed by disease cernis. No
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1 in air, water, dust, even food. But
grand protection is afforded by Elec
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j these deadly disease germs from the
system. That's why chills, fever ami
ague, all malarial and many blood dl
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; joy the glorious health and now
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if not satisfied. Only 50c at all druggists.
1 GOOD WORK.
j Done Daily in Kork Island Many
i Citizens Tell of IL
Nearly every reader has heard of
i Doan's Kidney Pills. Their good
1 work in Rock Island still continues,
; and our citizens are constantly
addiug endorsement by public testi
mony. No better proof of merit can
be had than the experience of friends
und neighbors. Read this case:
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avenue. Rock Island. 111.,
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and there was a dull, dragging pain
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I was caused no end of annoyance
by irregular passages of the kidney
secretions. Having Doan's Kidney
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few occasions since then when a se
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cents. Foster-Milbiirn company, Buf
falo N. Y., sole agents for'the Unit
Remember the name Doan's
and take no other.
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Grew a Full Growth oi Hair on a Bald Head
Notice to Boiler Makers.
Sealed proposals will be received
at the mayor's office untU 5 o'clock
p. m., Saturday, Aug. 5, 1911, for
two boners as per plans and specifi
cations on file in my office.
Bidder must use bidding sheet
furnished by city.
The city reserves the right to re
ject any and all bids.
HARRY M. SCHRIVEH.
Roc klsland. 111.. July 18, 1911.
A Peek Into His Pocket,
would chow the box of Bucklen's Ar
nica Salve that E. S. Loper, a carpen
ter, of Marina. N. Y., always carries.
T have never had a cut, wound, bruise,
or sore it would not soon heal," he
writes. Greatest healer of burns, bolls,
scalds, chapped hands and lips, fever
sores, skin-eruptions, eczema, corns
and piles. 25c at all druggists.
AS ths news an the time Th
Here's the Proof
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f.nni out and cttl&T qui' taia. unUi tr.
tap of mj bm was csurc.y baid. Aaout
fsur montt I raxaaeoc4 u--lnc
a an4 Sulphur. Tba tint botr.a
,-c.Tscd to So tomi rood mS I kept um(
It refuiarly. until bow I car na4 (oar bot.
Oa. Tt waoia tup of trr l.d la a'.w
fa'.riy covered wKh fcalr an It ap cora
tr.r in thicker. I aha 1 keep en ualnr "
vhi loncer, a I notic a conata&t ia-
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Crusty of Itoaro J
Stcpftex Bactn. keio au'.y wi a. says
taat c i.aa read t& vlalex.ex.t aoov a 3
s:id tea i!-it u cs!Bt of (aid atat
n.eut ax true.
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