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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MOXPAY, XOTEMHER 20, 1911.
CTT A PTKTi XV.
EW3 OF JOA.V.
AWKEir af?rr the I'polu's depar
ture the Malakula dropped an
chor, aud her skipper came
as'iore for a frame of biIlinrd-
and to sbor-k Sheldon tvitb the little
urpri.e lorn r Information he was
brtnin will; hirn.
Captain Anr-kJcnJ played the bil
liard firt. a rid it was not until he
wns com fort ribiy seated In a steamer
chulr. his second whisky securely la
fci.H hand, that he let off his Mmb.
"A great piere t!i:it II Lackland
of ronrs." hf chuckled. "C'aims to he
a part owner of Iierac'.e. Stvs she's
your partner. Im thut straight?
Sheldon nodded coM'y.
You don't riyl That Is a surprise!
Well. he hasn't rnnvtn-ed I'uvuru or
Tulnsl of It. They're pretty usd to
lrrepulnr things oTer there, but ha!
"Th"re Is notlilr.jr Irrognlar about It.
It Is an ordinary liu'i'iMs tnnsacilnn "
Sheldon strove to act as t!iogh suc-b
trnntr.ct! jr.i r.-ere qu1t the com rp.on
phir-e th'.ns 011 plantations in the Solo
mons. "She luvested S'rnth:r:ff !ik
f l.rn in Irm:de"
"So sh said "
"And !ie has rots to Sydney on
business for the p'.-iiitation."
"Oh. no. fhe hasn't."
"But rildn't t!:e I'po'n nll"
"The t';K)ln .i;d rls'.t." Cap
trln Auckland sirIed his whisky with
provoking slowm-ss, "oaly Mi.'.s Ijck
land wnsn't :i priKFwuT
"Then whore l.s s!ie?"'
"At Guvctu last 1 si w of her. She
was Koinr to Svd".ey to buy n schoon
er. wn"n't she?"
"That's what Phe raid. Well. Phe's
boiicht one. thoi:rh I wouldn't e!ve
" 'nOI.D OS, SAYS I. "WAIT TILL I SFF
11V C W.NFI-.S.' " !
fter 10 shilling for It If a nor'wester j
Mows up. end it's about time we bad
"What schooner? Where is it? How I
did sb l:::ppen to buy It':' j
"First, the schooner Martha." the I
ski;.;ier auswered. checking his replies i
!7 on his t. liters: "second, tl.e Martha j
Is im the outside reef at Foong'i-Poon- j
ga. Niofel cIomi of erytblng portable 1
ini'l ready to gj to pieces with the first j
Mr of lively sen. and. third. Miss '
Lackland b m:c ht tier at auction. She '
was knocked down to her for .0
q::ld by the third assistant resident !
con: mlssiouer. 1 ouvrht to !;.'. !
7T 2 jit
Don't Rot Your Clothes Save Them
f'! '.ltJ cl0k'-'?s hotter than any other known
B.V n substance. Xo other soap or soao cow-
1 .--.. n,-.--
- T? fliS ti'1- i
" . 'i laur.ctr - .
i jeeca tr.irsrs ir.at a cnesp wasjur.g
D &nd none of the bd things.
It's the Borax with the
PCRE BORAX (.l Sl jle-Team Towdered rackajre Borux) is non-orroeive
will i t inj jre -.- T?i -t ctlirate lace. s;;k. bnen. r.it.n nr n-o.-,ls It cimrlir
il hi- injuri.-u elfoct whstf ver on the ttn r
nui'.tcr fix-m Ins giudt cui.-kly ar.d cl'ant ts
XU Malr-Tram Borax Soap Chips are absolutely pare borax and soap
and ccr.ta.n r.i.;ci-;g whatever x.) ir;ur the fabric. They" art r ror-erly and scienu
ficiZIy b:ci.d(.I is the prorer pr. port:or.s of 1 to 3. 2i borax. Tob -oap.
A Trial Will Prove Them to be the Moat Economical Soap Yoa Ever Used
No othex oap or rjap pewder recrtKary
A Romance of
The South Seas
Copyright. 1910. by Street O Smith
Copyright. 1911. by (he MacmBUa Compaa;
bid 50 myself for Morgan and Raff.
Mt word, weren't they bot!
" Twenty. says I for my bid. Twenty-five.
says tiie little girl. Thirty.'
says I. 'Forty.' says she. "Fifty. says
I. Fifty-five. says sbe. And there
I was stuck. 'Hold on. says 1: 'wait
till I see my owners.' No. yon don't,'
says she. 'It's customary.' says I.
'Not anywhere in the world.' says she
'Then Ifs courtesy in the Solomons."
says I. And then she smiles at Bur
nett as well you know, one of those
fetching smiles, and damme if Burnett
doesn't begin singing out. Goin. goin.
goln' last bid goln. goin' for 05 sov
ereigns goln. goin". gone to you. Miss
er what name, please?
" 'Joan Lackland.' says she with a
smile to me. and that's how she bought
Sheldon experienced a sudden thrill.
The Martha, a finer schooner than
the Malakula and. for that matter, the
finest In the Solomons she was just
the ttinir fir recruits, and sbe was
j right on the spot. Then be realized
tbr:t for stvb a craft to sell at auctloa
for W njenr.t that there was small
rhance for saviuj; her.
"Hut how did It happen?" he asked,
"Weren't they r:;tt:er quick in selling
the Mnrt Xv.'T
"Had to. Yon fcnow the reef at
I,'ong?-r,oonga. She s nor vronii tup
P"m-e on it if any kind of o sen kicks
"p. nr-d it's ripe for a nor'wester nny
moment now. The crowd ubnndoned
her completely. You know Mai.aita.
you kno-.v Pooiifra-Poonga. That's
where they cjt off the Scottish Chiefs
ccd killed nil hr.nds. There was noth
J iug to do but take to the boats. T!:
j Martha rlsed stays going In. and in
! side five l';i:iutes she was on the reef
and in possession. The niggers sv.-artn
el over her. and they Just threw the
crew into the boats. 1 tallied with !
so::ie or tne men. I liey swear there 1
were canoes around her inside naif :
an hour rnd r.K tj bushmen on the I
beacli. Said you couldn't see Jla!s:t.i i
for the smoke of the signal tires. Any- !
way, i! i-y cleared out for Tu'agi." I
"But whv didn't thev tigbtV" Shel :
"It was funny they didn't, but thej
got separated. You see. two-thirds ot
them were in the boats, without weap
ons, running anchor and never dream
ing the naiivf-s would attack. They
found out their njistake too late."
"B,it what is Miss Lack la n 1 Intend
ing to do."
Captain Auckland grinned.
"She's going to try to get the Mar-
fha off. I tsjould say. or else why did i
st!e pay q-;:d for her? And if;
she falls she'll try to get her money
back Ly saving the gear spars, you
kuow, and patent steering gear and
winches, such things. At least that's
what I'd do if 1 was in her place.
When I sailed the little girl bad char
tered the Emily. Tm going recruit
lw;.' says Munster. He's the skipper
and owner uow. 'And bow unu-li will
you r.et on the cruise V sisks she. Oh.
TO quid.' says he. "Good." says she.
'You bring your Emily along with
me end you'll get 7.V You know
that big ship's anchor and chain
piled up behind the coal sheds? Slie
was just buying thnt when 1 left.
She's certainly a hustler, that little
pirl of yours."
"She Is my partner." Sheldon cor
rected. "Well, she's a good one. that's all.
and a cool one. My word: A white
woman on Malaita und at Poonga
Pwngn of ail places! Oh. I forgot to
tell you. She palavered Burnett into
lending her eight rifles for her men
and three cases of dynamite. You'd
laugh to see the way she makes that
Guvutu gang stand around. And to
see them being iollte and trying to
give advice: Lord. Ird. man. that
little girl's a wonder, s man-el. a -a a.
Do not ruin your cotton, linens, flannels, or
woolens by using washing powders or cheap
adulterated 8aps. Washing powders contain
soda. Soda wiil ruin and rot the clothes.
1 SOAP CHIPS
in packages, guaranteed to wash the
necessary. By their use in the
- , you ran remove the stairs ar.d
Tjk' dirt quicker end better. They bleach and
tne parrr.er.ts. lhey do all the
powcer or cheap soap can possibly do
Soap that does the work
and removes dirt, FTAinj or any foreign
wi'.h dcc:s:e results.
catastrophe. That's what she U a
catastrophe. She's pone through Uu
rutu and Tnlagi like a nurrlcane.
Every last swine of them In love with
her, except Raff. He's sore over the
auction, and he sprang his recraitlne
contract with Monster on her. And
what does she do but thank him and
read It over and point out that, while
Munster was pledged to deliver all re
cruits to Morpan and Raff, there was
no clause in the document forbidding
him from chartering the Emily.
There's your contract.' says Phe.
passing It back. "And a very pood con
tract It is. The next time you draw
one up insert a clause that will fit
emergencies like the present one. And
Lord. Lord, she had him tool
"But there's the breeze, and I'm off.
Goodbv. o'.d man. Hope the little pirl
'succeeds. The Martha's whacbiu? fine
jboat, and she'd take the pla.e of the
The next morning Sheldon came in
from the plantation to breakfast to. find
the mission ketch Apostle at anchor,
her crew swimming two mares and a
"Miss Lackland sent them." said
Welshmere. the missionary doctor,
stepping ashore and shaking hands
with him. "There's also a box of sad
dles on board. And this letter from
her. And the skipper of the Flibberty
The next moment and before he conic
greet him Oleson stepped from the boat
"She's stolen the Flibberty. Mr. Shel
don. Run clean nway with her. She's
a wild one. She gave me the fever
Brought It on by shock. And got me
drunk as well."
Dr. Welshmere laughed heartily.
"Nevertheless she Is not an unmiti
gated evil, your Miss Lackland. She's
j sworn three men off their drlnl: or. to
j the some purpose, shut off their whis
: kv. Yon know them I'.rahms. Curtis
! and Fowler. She shipped them on
j the Flibberty Gibbet along with her "
j "She's the skipper of the Flibberty
now." Oleson broke In. "And shell
j wreck her as sure as God didn't make
J the Solomons."
j rr. Welshmere tried to look shocked.
1 but Uuehert nnln.
j "She has quite a way vritn nor." ne
1 said. "I tried to back out of bringing
, the horses ever. Said 1 couifla t
charge freight, that the Apostle was
: under a yacht license, that 1 was go-
: iug around by Savo and the upper
end of Guadalcanal Biu it was uo
use. 'Bother the charge." said she.
'You take the dorses like a good man.
and when I float the Martha I'll re
turn the service some day.' "
"And "bother your orders.' said she
to tr.e." O.'esou cried. "Ttn your
"ss now. s.a stie. ana you nine
jour oroers irom me. i.nui. me
'ad of Ivory nuts. 1 said. Botber
ihem.' said she. Tin piayin' forsome-
thing bigger than ivory nuts. We'll I
dump them overside as soon us we get .
uficer way. n il i u &m
is s''e your partner or ain't she:
Th'U's what 1 warn t- know."
"She is." Sheldon assured bim.
"Well, who'd bave believed it! I've
seen a few unlikely things ia these
Solomons rats two feel long, tutter
tlies the commissioner hunts with a
shotgun, ear ornaments that would
shame the devil and uead hunting.
devils that make the devil look like
an angel. I've seen them and got
lived to them, but this young woman
".Miss l.nchiana is niy panuer
; part owner of Uerande,
ro sue Miu. .ruie m..;.,. u....- , cor-5 j,-jrst ,liUo:1- Rook Isla,,d ?j
ed on "P."t she had no paper, to ; Gstav A trustoo to Au.
show for it. How was 1 to know.' . '
And then she's hired them drunken : C o.Icgo ar.d Th.-olog.cal Sem-
loafers. three of the worst scoundrels j ' Lorth-,..t corner of south-
that ever disgraced the Solomons- cat q .,artr' sc't,on ",J 1S
15 quid month eneh-what d'ye1 Imel C. f raiy to M R.Met7gcr.
think of tl af And sailed awav with ; trustee, part lot ?. block C. Oshoru'a
them too: Phew: You might give me bet end addition, Moline, ? 1,000.
a drlDk. The missionary won t mina. (
I've been on his teetotal hooker four i
days now. and I'm perishing."
Lr. Welshmere nodded in reply to
Sheldon's IikjU of Inquiry, and Via hurl
was dispatched for the whisky and si
"It is evident. Captain Oleson." Shel-
don remarked to that refreshed man-
ner. "that Miss Lackland has run avay
with your boat. .Now please give u
plaiu suitement of what w. urred."
"Klght O Here goes. I'd Just come
in on the Flihterty. She was on board
before 1 dropped the book in that
whaietoat of hers with her gang of
Tahiti heathens, that big Adamu
Adam and the rest. Ion't drop
the anchor. Captain Oleson.' she saug
out. '1 want you to get under way for
Poonga-Poong.i.' I says. 'Excuse me.
Miss Ijickland." and yells for'ard l.et
"And then we had it out I d?dn't be
lieve her. I didti t think you'd take
her on os a partner, and 1 told her as
much and wanted proof. Sbe got high
and mighty, and 1 fold ber 1 was old
enough to he her grandfather and that
I wouldn't fake gammon from a chit
the Flibberty. 'Captain Oieson.' she
says, sweet as you please. 'I've a few
minutes to spare ou you. and I've got
some good whisky over on the Emily.
Come on along. Besides. 1 want your
advice about this wrecking business.
Everybody says you're a crackerjack
sailornmn' that's what she said
crackerjack.' And I went in her whale
boat. Adamu Adam steering and look
ing as solemn as a funeral.
"On the way she told me about the
.ia .Mica ouu uow siiru u-.'UfcUl uer
. . . . . .
and was going to Coat ber. the said
fhe'd chartered the Emily and was
sailing as soon as i could get the Flib-
; tierty under way. I was to sail direct
i for Poonga-Poonga and If 1 couldn't
j take her word that she was your part
j ner she'd get along without me and
' the Flibberty. And right there's where
: she fooled me.
"Down in the Emily's cabin waa
' them three soaks you enow them
; Fowier and Curtis and that Bratms
chap. 'Have a drink.' cays she. 1
i thought they looked surprised w hen j
, she unlocked the wbiskv locker and
sent a niguer for the gasses and wa-
ter monkey. But she must have tip-
I ped them off uobeknownst to me. and
' they knew Just wfaat to do. 'Exct
me.' she says: "I'm going od deck a
minute.' Now. that minute was half
an hour. 1 hadn't bad a drink in ten
-Well, anyway, at the end of the
half hour down sbe came again and
took a good squint at me. That'll do
nicely,' I remembered her saying, and
with that she took the whisky bottles
end hove them overside through the
companionway. That's the last." she
said to the three soaks, till the Mar
tha Coats and you're back in Guvutu.
It'll be a long time between drinks.'
And then she laughed.
"She looked at me and said not to
me. mind you. but to the soaks: 'It's
time this worthy man went ashore'
me: Worthy man! 'Fowler, she said.
Just tell Adamu Adam to man the
whaleboat. and while he's taking Cap
tain Oleson ashore have your boat put
me on the Flibberty. The three of
you sail with me. so pact your dun
nage. Ail bands got me over the side,
and It seems to me 1 went to sleep sit
ting In the stern sheets and watching
that Adama steer. Then I saw the
Flibberty's mainsail hoisting and
beard the clank of her chain coming
In. and 1 woke up. 'Here, put me on
the Flibberty.' 1 said to Adamu. 1
put you on the beach.' said he. 'Missie
Lackalanna say beach plenty good for
you." And now I've come to find out
whether I'm skipper of the Flibberty
or that chit of yours with her pirating,
heathen boat's crew."
"Never mind, skipper. Yon can take
a vacation on pay." Sheldon spoke
with more assurance than he felt. "If
Miss Lackland, who is my partner,
has seen fit to take charge of the Flib
berty Gibbet, why, it Is all right. As
you will agree, there was no time to
be lost If the Martha was to be got off.
It is a bad reef, and any considerable
sen would knock her bottom out. Yoa
settle down here, skiprr. and rest cp
and pet the fever out of your bones.
When the Flibberty Gibbet comes
back you'll take charge again, of
(To be Continued)
COURT HOUSE RECORD
Real Estate Transfers.
Gustaf Gu'Uierg to Frank A. Herbst.
lot 8, block C, Moline Water Power
c-cmr.any'G addition, Molice, $ 5.000.
Frank A. Hcrbst to Gust Goldberg,
i tr:l(.t in northeast Quarter. 10. 17. lw ,
! c t viO
j Vi:iiam A. O'Drien to John Holland,
I lot's. Cn..J-e s'ibdivision, outlot 2, Can-
iice tJrove, Moline, $1,300.
George O. Pool to Robert Watkir.s,
tor ',') Mock ft Silvis S2.S00.
(. j.:lmcr 3;aiKSi:,.e to W. "E. Kerns.
lot IC. block 2, G. E. Blakslee's Twelfth
f-treel addition. Rock- Is'and. $500. j
Cluror.ce M. Rills to Mrs. D. E. Berr3. I
IMcIcsc:: & Yo:tni;'s addition, Milan. $1. j
Charles Rentr.fr to Clarence M. Bills,
i lot 20, block 11, First addition, Silvis,
I : r ,.
' lr.ter.ee M. I'llls to Aaron Jtapp,
ujauivided one-half interest in let 20.
block 14. First additicn, Silvis, $1,250.
Ji.iLn Martinson to Carl Martenson,
tart lot 5, Eklund's subdivision, Mo
Ko'otrt Kane to Daniel C. Grady, cast
. half, southwest quarter, section 2S, IS,
! 0, S12,i'.'(i0.
j k.-ie and Clans Morrrrstin to Mar-
xin W. Conway, north hflf lot 2. north-
ii(lst quarter, section 7. 1C, 2w, $l,Ctl'j.
-Mc-tie E. Gray to Daniel Hayes, Jr.,
Tinrt lot-: .1 nnrl f, tildl- 1 Cl T W Swm.
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Broruo Quinine tablets.
Druggists refund money if it fails to
cure. E. W. Grove's signature is on
ach box. i'5 cents.
j ij M.
Until Relieved by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
Dewittville, X. Y. " Before I start
ed to take Lydia K. Pinkham's Vege-
taiiie compound i
s tillered, nearly all
ihe tlma with head
and bearing down
pains, and bad a
continuous pain in
my left side. It
made me sick if I
tried to walk much,
and my hack was so
weak that I was
obliged to tt e a r
cornets all the time.
But now I do r.ot have any of these
troubles. I Lave a line strong baby
daughter now. which 1 did not have
I before taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
' -,, v.i , i -r , t
vegetable Compound. Mr.3. A. A.
ir.rr i;nrta o tittriiiA v. A'
The above is only one of the thou.
Bands of grateful tetters which are
constantly bein received by the
Pinkiiam Medicine Company of Lynn,
Mass., which prove beyond a doubt that
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from roots and herbs,
actually does cure these obstinate dis
eases of women, and that every such
suffering woman owes it to herself to
at least give Lydia E- Pinkham's Vege-
aoie compound a trial before snbmit-
i title to an nrw'-ratir.n nr Hvii:r im
nope of recovery.
-! i " ,
f - te,, al, si(k women tQ wHt2
fcer for 1, fsh? has tenided
tIion:inds to Iicaitlx and. ItCT
UdTice t free.
Daily United States Weather Map
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Q US. Department of Agriculture.
r XTv 8 r, WEATHER BUREAU
W OSo X AyILLIS L. MOORE. Chief.
7-- 6h I . r,
Cmrvmaoam ukm at 8 a. nu, amntT-efth mm-tdiun tuna. 7 'VN 3J 1
rJ1?"' ,ln- i'h vMt. of tern- AOf J mZZ s-
BlMu f wth, O eln O J , Hi 7?tO-.A-U
etood,, O eJo-dr. nln, .nmn port & ' V V J .
Arro At with the wind. Ftm lmn, lowwt torn. OV, Oy ?
itL inahj itird. wind Tiooit it lo miica par hour or mon.
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAXD, DAVEXPORT, MOLIXE AND Y1CTXITY.
Generally fair tonight and Tuesday, not much change in temperature, the lowest tem
perature tonight will be about 25 degrees.
The low that was Saturday morning
central in the Canadian northwest has
moved eastward to the lower lakes,
causing light rain or snow from the
Missouri and upper Mississippi valleys
to the middle Atlantic sections. Mod
erately high pressures and fair weather
prevail from the Rocky mountain plat-
j fau southeastward to the gulf coast,
j 'hough another low Is appearing over
! western Washington. At 7 a. m. it
Nas coldest at Prince Albert, where
! ne temperature w as i agrees aoove
j zero. Owing to the moderate high to
the westward, generally fair weather,
without much change in temperature,
is indicated for this vicinity tonight
IKy wire from E. W. Warner Ac Co.,
: (;rain provisions, stocks and cotton!
' Local ojtices at Hock Island house. Hock
. Isianil. Ill Chicago otti.-c. 9S-y-lui).
l n,,ard of Trade. L.ot.al teK-i.l.onci,
! 'i oJi'.j
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
December, RG'i, 004 , 9C, 9C!i.
May, 101, 101 Vi, 100, 101.
July, 04. 944, 94.
December, 3, C4, 03, 03.
May, f.4, Cr., Cl'i. C-l.
July, C4?4, 04, C4Vi, Cl.
December, 47M, 47, 474, 47.
May, 50, 50, 4'.. 50.
July, 40, 4C. 4C, 4C.
Januars". lC.ir., 30.22. 10.15. 10.17.
May, 10.70, 10.70, 10.57, 10.02.
January, 9.25, 9.27, 9.20, 9.20.
May, 9.52, 9.52, 9.42, 9.45.
January, 8.50, 8. 50, 8 45, 8.45.
May, S.70, 8.70, S.C5, 8.C7.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r fiS99. No. 3 r 93
97. No. 2 hw 100103, No. 3 hw 95 ff
100, No. 1 ns 108(6111, No. 2 ns lOOfj;
110, No. 3 ns 104S107, No. 2 s 9SfJ104,
No. 3 s 9Cf7l01, No. 4 s 85 100, vc 90
(T104, durum 902 100.
Corn No. 2 old 70, No. 2 w oi l 70,.
No. 2 y old 70, No. 3 y old 74t75, No.
3 C414C5'A, No. 3 w C4jC5. No. 3
y 044(3 00, No. 4 C2G3, No. 1 w C2
02, No. 4 y C2C4, sgm 5060, sgy
Oats No. 2 w 49'i(5 50!i, No. 3 w 48
(a 49. No. 4 w 471248, standard
Wheat opened unchanged to high
er; closed to higher.
Corn opened unchanged; closed un
changed. Chicago Receipts.
Wheat 23 8
Corn 205 17
Oat 76 34
To- Last Last
day Week. Y'ear.
Minneapolis C01 540 400
Duluth 118 385 144
Winnipeg Bio 1,015 V6a ;
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today . .
Corn today . . .
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 52,000. Left over 5,000. Mar
Jet 5 to 10c lower. Light 5.75 3 0.50.
mixed 6.05 Q C. 50. heavy C.05f6.55,
rough 6.05 ff 0.25.
Cattle 24.000. Steady.
Sheep 42.000. Steady to 10c lower.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs 5c lower than Saturday's aver
age. Light 5.75?? 6.45, bulk 6.3020.45,
mixed 6.05 Q 6.50, pigs 4.5035.65. heavy
High Low Pr'cp.
yes- last 24 hrs.
t'rd'y. night inch.
Atlantic City 50
Rock Island 25
Kansas City 5S
New Orleans 72
New Y'ork 42
i Phoenix 7S
I St. Louis 4G
CO."'?; C55, good 0.256.55, rough C05
(&C.25, porkers 0.35(5 0.45.
Cattle generally steady. Beeves 4.40
f9.10, stockers 2.90Jj5.75, Texans 4.00
G 5.70, cows 1.9075.75, westerns 4.30
(&7.30, calves 5.00(g-8.25
Sheap steady to 10c lower. Native
2.5ofj3.S0, westerns 2 053.85. lambs
native 3.505.65, yearlings 3.704.60,
lambs western 3.75 H 5 85.
Close of Market.
Hogs close fairly active at opening
prices. Light 5.75!G.45, bulk O.vOff;'
0.13, mixed C.05fiC.50, heavy C05SC.55,
iou-gh 0.05(5 0.23.
Cuttlo steady, top 9.10.
Sheep weak, top 3.85.
Lamba 5. S3.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 15,000 21,000 15,000
Omaha 5,000 7.300 22,000
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 35,000 8,000 31,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
Union Pacific 172
C. S. Steel preferred 109
U. S. Steel common 02
nock Island preferred 50
nock Island common 27
Southern Pacific 113
i xew Y'ork Central 107
Missouri Pacific 38 i
Great Northern 120 j
Northern Pacific 119
r.ouisvil'.o & Nashville 152
Colorado Fu-1 & Iron 27
318 Twenty-second St.
Express service and haul
ing of All Kinds.
Call West 981.
C. H. TH0RNHILL
You Can Pay
Va hS7 prvn
tK r.f-ari rni,naiiMn.. eczma, nvtr, kid
ney and cl.ror.ic llnaaea of m-n cmn and "nnJrn.
Iour-": 13 a. m. to 12 noo-. nn! 2 to i.Z't p. m. .Saturday evanlng-a frai
7 to 9 p. m. Hjnlay njrrilny frorr 10 to 11 a. m.
Chicago Medical Institute
124 V.'eat Third Street, Nr Maip
Seattle tf6 BO M
Washington, D. C ..60 80 .00
Winnipeg 18 14 .08
Yellowstone Park . . . 3X .01
Flood lift. Can.
Uge. feet. 24 bra.
Prairie dn Chlen ...18 4.5 x0.5
Dubuque 18 6.3 0.4
Le Claire 10 2.5 0.2
Rock Island 15 6.2 0.1
During the next 43 hours only slight
chaivges In the Mississippi will occur
from below Dubuque to Muscatine.
J. M. PHERIER. Local Forecaster.
Canadian Pacific 238
Illinois Central 143
Chesapeake & Ohio 74
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 77
Baltimore & Ohio 101
St. Paul 110
Lehigh Valley 179
Republic Steel common 23
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Nov. 20. Following are the quota
(ions on the local market today:
Butter Dairy, S0c; creamery, 37c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel, 72c.
Oats. 41c to 40c.
Forage Timothy bay, 20.
Clover hay, f 15.
Wheat, 80c to 83c.
Wild hay, $14 to $17.
New corn, COc.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15o; alack,
DYEES AND CLEANERS
It need not matter bow dainty
or delicate your garment. It
need make no difference what
Its color we can safely and
satisfactorily -,oan it when
Bend your garmenli when soil
ed and mussed to us.
Call West 645.
1909 Second Avenue
our nurcn in no -nny tho-m"-l of
nnn h4C w ran Trlv .fTr fo Mo'f .-j"i.lr,J
piiriln io pay lin b-nf,.t'l n'l e'jr1 In all etirti
K"tn. of iirou fj-tliity, nn. kMny, hla-flcr.
tlool n t apodal flla-aii?n of m-n. 17 yrara Iiivn
lort. f'ri' ion-. At lant on vl t to our ornca la f
4iieatl in all uxra. Kxaminatlon frea.
lnllrnclof.. dlmrt In urln. iirirn k fct-inav. r.al-pltat;-.n
t the hrt. baahful, Krr Llooi, plla, no anri
r,lt!on varicose vin. rllx7.ln"(, can t !', ii rej t
f hard win?, orry, d!lpaf Ion. rrrir ut vxjrli i c,
mm who ( bxt tl,a visor of youth, wlio are 4i'Xrnv,
'llii'-i.a'l, n-rviun. all run down I..,.11 ni sli uc.
Namew l.i prlva'e cii art acref.