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THE ROCK ISIJAND ARGUS. TUESDAY. XOVEMBEH 21. 1911.
Daily United States Weather IMap
U S. Department of Agriculture.
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Iao&aa, oi oontweow lias, pmmm Uuooeb point erf q i sit
Wymzutl. or doctC Unas. pm
ni4Ajt;toay will b. drwn onij f
r tor aoro. xziac. 90 . aud iiA.
Btmbots 1n-H'- - nf .rhr- (1 elear-, CI parar
alow?: O sloodr: nini snows report
olasiiw. Arrow fly with th wind. First fcrnrs, ltmmt tam
Mnmr for past 12 hoar. mfi, 2t-hrror niinf&ll. -f it eqaais
2a i.h third, wind aioclur If 10 mil par hoar or mora.
KO RE CAST FOR ROCK ISLAM, DAVKXI'ORT, MOLINE AND VICINITY.
Increasing cloudiness and unsettled weather tonight and Wednesday, warmer tonight
with the lowest temperature slightly below the freezing point.
with warmer tonight.
The northeastern area of low pres
sure, with its accompanying rain or
fdow, is disappearing off the coast of
Npw Kngland, while the western area
of high pressure has advanced to the
central valleys. The low shown yes
terday on the Pacific coast now over
lies the Rocky mountain replon, with
its center over Alberta and light rains Rock Island
are reported from western Orfgon and If aver
western Montana. The continued ap- Jacksonville
proach of the western disturbance will ! Kansas City
High Low Pr'cp.
he attended by unsettled weather in
this vicinity tonight and Wednesday,
New Orleans 72
yes- last 24 hrs.
:'rd'y. Eight inch.
51 "G .('2
16 34 .m
P.4 20 '
,-U 24 -'".I
.72 ;2 ."(I
r.u ?,; .00
,72 ."4 .00
IS 34 .00
Norfolk OC 42 .00
! Phoenix SO 46 .00
St. Louis 4C 32 .00
St. Paul 2S 10 .00
San Diego CS 54 .00
' San Francisco 4S -CO
! Seattle 54 44 -00
; Washington, D. C...54 SG .00
Winnipeg 24 4 .00
..Yellowstone park .. 24 .00
During the next 4S hours a falling
tendency will prevail in the Mississippi
oo i from below Dubuque to Muscatine.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
& ' I Ladies
! k Ladies
??vrtS- All tht
WE have been fortunate
in securing some exceptional
Manufactnrers in the newest creations of footwear, and have
placed them on sale at $2.98 per pair. Read these descriptions
carefully and then come in and look them over. Every pair a
OUR MOTTO: "Quality Shoes at honest prices and properly
fitted." And it is by adhering to these principles for more than
fifty years that has made our stores so popular, and impresses
upon the people of this vicinity that "Buying of Us Is No exper
FIFTEENTH STREET STORE
Ladies Tan Caif Button
Ladies' Gun Metal Calf Button
Ladies' Patent Colt Button
Ladies' Suede Button with Calf Tips
Ladies' Dongola Kid Lace Shoes
Ladies' Patent Colt. Biucher or Lace
Ladies' Gun Metal, Biucher or Lace
Ladies' Low Heels in Patent or Calf1
All the above shoes on the? new tramp last, with short
vamps and broad high tees, with welt soles and with
cravenette or leather tops. A large variety to choose from.
Pumps of the better kind. Dancing Slippers and in
all the popular styles and materials,
orth 53.50 and $4.00, at
Men's Gun Metal Calf Button or Biucher ) OQ
Men's Tan Calf 5-Button. Coilege Cut ( Z.O
Both of above on hook, sport and cub lasts, with high
toes and welt double soles.
Men's Heavy Tan Calf
Biucher. high tops, double
soles and shanks, abso
lutely solid, just the shoe
for hard (T QO
Men's Vicf Kid Bals,
with welt soles, plain toes.
Boys' Black Elk Skin
High Top Shoes, "Men
zies American Boy" Shoes
the best on the market
only . $2.98
at Our third avenue store
an Russia Calf hutton shoes
ent Coit Button Shoes (
.ent Colt Biucher Shoes s
t Metal Button Shoes I
, Metal 15-button hi-rhcut
Men's Patent Colt and Gun Metr
freak or foot-form last, with solu
Today's Market Quotations
By wire from E. W. Wagner & Co..
member!' of Chicago Board of Trade.
Grain, provisions, stocks and cotton.
Kocai oUi'.us at Kork lsl iiid house. Itock :
-.!..-.. Ill -'b. J . .n ..-n . . .... ti I. 4. - 1 Jilt. 1
Board of Trade. Locai telephones, .Nu . s-M" oU-vM'O.
went 330. J
No. 3 JU'iC No. ?. w Tj
t 1, No. y old 7S, No 4 old 74. No. 4
w f;ii.iiC2,4 lui'W), X. 4 y ClfiC,
i Oats No. 2 w 40'5f 4. No. 3 w 4S'i
r( 4f, No. 4 w 40UilS'. standard
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS. ! - r, ,f).
Light r..7rT 0.45. Mixed
Heavy C.05!fi 0.57. Rough (;.05r5.25.
Cattle 9.0O0. Weak.
Shetp 32,000. Weak.
Nine O'clock Market
Hogs tomorrow 3C.0oo Quality fair, j
Dcwrabtr, -VC, 17. 95, &ov.
May, 101i. 101 100'4f 1004.
July. 'JoH,. 4,. 94.
December. 3i, f,3'4. 634.
May, 642, f.4Ts. C4. i.
July, 64 Vj. C4, C42. 64?.
December, 47, 47N,. 47V4, 47?i.
May. at). 50, 49-. 49'h
July, 4C',4, 463H. 4CH.
.lanuary. 1C.20. 1C2. 1C.02. 1C.10.
May, 1C.C2. 1CC5, 1C f.0, 1C.C0.
January. 9.22, 9.22. 9 17. 9 20.
May, 9.47, 9 47. 9.42, 9.45.
January. S.4.V S.45. S.4o. S.42.
May, S.07, S.C7. 8.G2. S 65.
Wheat opened to "s hither
cd '4 to lower.
Corn ojicned uncl:atired; closed 1
Chicago Receipts. ,
Today. Contract. I
Wheat 31 C
Corn 4 3N 4
, Murl.et quiet and weak to 5c lower.
' Ught ' 5.70WC.40. Bulk 6.25 C.45.
clos-; Mixed 6.0056.50. Pigs 4 25(95.40.
'Heavy 6.00(5? 6.55. Good 6.20(6.55.
Rough 6.00Q6.20. Yorkers 6.306.35.
Cattle slow and weak- Beeves 4.50 &
i'.l'J. Stockers 2.90-g 5.75. Texans 4 .00
?5.70. Cows lOfTS.SO. Westerns 4.30
'-7 7.30. Calves 5.50 S.25.
Sheep weak at Monday's close. Na-
ive 2.50'f 3.75. Lambs, native 3.50
.70. Westerns 2.50?? 2.S0. Lambs,
1 s 1
Northwest Cars. i
To- Last I ast ! " esTerns 3. 755 3.65. Yearlings 3.70g:
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 9STj 9'.. No. 3 r 955
97. No. 2 hw 997ki104, No. 3 hw 95g
100. No. 1 ne 109tilll, No. 2 ns 106 1 Year ao
(3109. No. 3 ns 104S10S, No. 2 8 100
105, No. 3 s 9ST104, No. 4 s 55104,
vc 85fil05. dunirn 90??106.
Corn No. 2 old 76. No. 2 w old 75 U
(5 76. No 2 y old 7Sf 7Si. No. 3 old 74
' dav. Week. Year
j Minneapolis 357 2:;$ 213'
j Duluth 233 74 23s
j W in 11 i pec 724 40o 5'.'i !
I Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
j Wheat TS
j Corn "..: .
i Oats 12o j
! Primary Movement. i
Jieceipts. Shipments. I
Whfa' today 772 0"'0 Sr,7.0r'O '
I Year ago 734. '-00 322.0..0
Corn today 760. 000 4-2."'V
, 71 6.000 314.000;
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hosts 30.000. Left over 4.693. Pros-
i pects slow at yesterdays average.
Close cf Market.
I Hogs closed fairly active at 5c lower
ith.'in yesterday's average. Light 5.75(?
'.4o. Bulk 6.23 ?j C.4r. Mixed 6.003
i..3o. Heavy 6.00fi0.50. Rough 6.00'
Cattle plow and steady. Top 9.1o.
Sheep wtak to 10c lower. Top 3.!0.
Lambs, top 5.70.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 22.ooo 15.000 10,000
Onjaha 6.00 5.000 18,000
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
'"nicago 38,000 20,000 30,000
FREE SAMPLE CURED OLD
PERSON'S BQWEL TRQUS
One of the most remarkable proofs
cf the unusoal laxative merit con
tained in Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin
is that it is effective not only in peo
ple in the prime of life, tut at the
extremes 01 ages. As many letters
are received from mothers regarding
the cures of children, as from men and
women of sixty, seventy and eisrhty
years of age. It must be truly a won
In the cure of constipation and
bowel trouble in old people it has no
equal. It corrects the constipation,
dispels the headache, biliousness, pas.
drowsiness after eating, etc. People
advancing in years should see to it
that their bowels move freely, and
if they do not to take Dr. Caldwell's
Syrup Pepsin. You can prolonsr your
life by healthy bowel action. Clopged
bowels invtte disease. Women about
to pass the menstrual per:od cannot j Great Northern
go better than use byrup I epsin sev
eral times a week until the system has
settled to its future condition.
Among the strongest supporters of
Dr. Caldwell's Syrup Pepsin are Mr.
V. G. Zorn of New Decatur, Ala., and
Mr. George S. Spaulding of the Na
tional boldiers Home. Kansas, both
elderly men. The regular size bottles
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New- York, Nov. 21. Following are
quotations on the market today:
I'nicn Pacific 174
V. S. Steel preferred 109',-8
I'. S. Steel common 6334
ltock Island preferred 51
Rock Island common 2C?
Southern Pacific 113
Ntw York Central 107
Mosouri Pacific 39'
! I -3
i P .
Men's Tan Russia Calf Biucher or
Men's Tan Russia Calf Button
Men's Gun Metal Welt Button
Men's Patent Colt Biucher or Buttor
All the above are on the New Cub Lasts with short
vamps and broad high toes.
Shoes are on the New Tramp Last with
s and broad high toes.
lucher Shoes Ci fQ Men's High Cut Tan Calf Biucher, 12-inch
. at itfL. 70
HT'HESE Shoes are not special made
for this sale, but are the same goods
which we carry regularly in stock and
sell from $3.50 to $4.00, but by a fortu
nate purchase we are able to sell for
$2.98. The best evidence of the value
of these at $2.98 is a comparison with
what others offer at the same money
1018 Third Avenue,
OPEN WEDNESDAY EVENINGS
tiiiii hin iim i
if sis whi.m m. 'if- t"fT
Illinois Central 142
Chesapeake & Ohio 75
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 7S
Baltimore & Ohio 102
St. Paul Ill
Lehigh Valley 17914
Republic Steel common 23
.239 : haunts. Those who saw him hoard a
north-bound Chicago and Eastern Illi
nois train last night are of the opinion
that he will cot return. This after
noon Judgments amour.'ing to about
$1,700 were entered against him in the
Northern Pacific ... .
Louisville & Nashville
Smelters -. ... .
PREPARE FOR WINTER
We Will Loan From $10.00 to $100.00 on Household
Goods, Livestock, Pianos, etc.
Don't worry because winter Is at hand and tou have no fund
tj We will loan you the money with which to buy ycur snppliea.
ii jou are mceDtea to a loan company, furniture house or owe
a number of small bills, we will pay them and advance you as
much more a you may need.
by Mrm. Mary J. Lincoln)
Children are trreat lovers of innwr.
. . .. .- . . i . . .. . . . : "
can dc Dougni ot any druggist at fctty , ureau. ana gTown lolks, too, if it is the
cents and one dollar, but a free sam- ; rich, "melt-in your-mouth" kind. Here
pie bottle can be had by sending your j is s-mehing the children can eat freely
address to the doctor. without fear cf "tummy-ache":
riw55 WXf B . CandWTn M!l tW CUPS flour' level
&11 Caldwell buildingr, Monticello. 111. teaspoon salt, one level teaspoon eoda.
on? level tablespoon pinper; ctlr In one
i CUP molasses, two tablespoons softened
. o.tolene and one-half cup boiling- water.
Take in shallow pan. If for dessert-
take in layers. Fill with whipped
cream, flavored with lemon.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Nov. 21. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Butter Dairy, 20c; creamery, 37c.
Lard, 12 c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushei, 12c.
Oats. 44c to 46c.
Forage Timothy hay, $20.
Clover hay, $15.
Wheat, 80c to 83c.
Wild hay, $14 to $17.
New corn, 60c.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; Black,
You Can Repay Us in Small Weekly
or Monthly Pay-
RELIABLE LOAN CO.
ISOofi Secoad Avenue. Phone Vet 1COS.
If unable tc wall, phone or writ.:-.
Cottoler.e makes light, rich pastry that
digests with ease.
W. H. SALTER
Carpenter and Builder
Estimates furnished on
new and repair work. Ex
Good work and promtly
1514 Eighth avenue.
Rock Island, IU.
lis law office has been nois organized a i-tate l-nflaMve bu-
re.iu, with .lamos .. nip, isnie i.-iiai".
division, g.'ueral c luilrma.ii ; L. Mctlov-
ern, Freeport division, nci? iiairman
and C. E. I;tig. Charleston division
.' ircnit court.
Legislative Bureau for Workers.
Springfield. Nov. 21. The Brother
hood of Locomotive Engineers of 1111- j wen-tary-treasurer.
when suffering from Dyspepsia, or any form of
Stomach or Liver trouble, is to resort to the never-
failing properties of Beecham's Pills. The well-know
family medicine has proved to be the right thing in
innumerable cases during the sixty years of its popularity.
or people who suffer from headaches, indigestion, biliousness,
constipation, nervous debility, anaemia, depression, kidney troubles
md other similar ailments, the right treatment
Is To Take
New School for Sterling.
Stirling, Nov. 21. The parishes of
St. llary's and the Church of the Sac
red Heart have united to huild a new
$60,000 Catholic parochial school next
Falls In Boiling Water; Dies.
Sterling. Nov. 21. Robert. 2-year-old
child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lockhart,
near Hooppole. wat scalded to death
i as a result of falling into a tab of
j boiling water.
j Official, In Vote Quiz, Gone,
j Danville. Nov. 21. Former City At
; torney Frank Jones, who figured in the
i vote-buying inquiry In this city last
(January, and who was indicted by the
are not only the right thing where a specific remedy is required,
are also an excellent tonic for the general health. If you suffer
derangement of the Stomach and Liver, or any distressing
ailments that interfere with your well-being and happiness,
the right thing for you to do is to take Beecham's Pills.
tr i. u : :n : e
xou win pi event mucu terious nintrs n yuu ttirvc j,
care to always follow this course
? i A
When First tat of
At all druggists,
ia boxes, 10c, 25c.
Directions of special valuo
to women with evry boz
J:ra4 jury, lg nr. is si rosj Lis usual ,