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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. DECEMBER 1, 1911.
Island lines, has been arrested
Daily United States Weather Map
by federal authorities on a charge of
having- brought Bessie Bliss, 26 years
old, a white siil, from New Mexico to
Chicago for luipropt r purposes. The
girl, whose home Is in New London.
Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS L. MOORE. Chief
Can., is beins cared for at the House ;
DXRUtXMENT STC3C MOUNE ILL.
of the Good Shepherd. Jackson' hear- i
lug before UaUed States Commission-'
s?sf tp r :
er Foote.was postponed until Dec. 2.
Jackson was taken to the county jail
Sr my opening
in default of $2,000 bond.
Jealosy Causes Killing.
Friday and Saturday, Dec 1 and 2
K3Tr2o 1 us.
Kankakee, Dec 1. George Walk
er, a negro, was shot and instantly
killed by William Yancey, also a ne
gro. The shooting occurred at the
home of Mrs. Mabel Mitchell. 17
South Dearborn avenue and was the
result of Jealousy. Yancey, who was
arrested, says he shot in self de
fense. Pipe Sets Fire to Clothing.
Centralia, Dec. 1. Horace Gregory
was found dead at Sandoval, burned
to a crisp. Not a vestige of his
Every Child Within 50 Miles Is Invited
Bring the Little Folks In. Let Them
See The Splendid Array of Toys
There isn't a little tot (nor a pretty big
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Generally fair tonight and Saturday, not much change in temperature, the lowest tem
perature tonight will be near the freezing point.
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND. DAVENPORT, MOL1NE AND VICINITY.
Low pressures and moderate tem
peratures prevail in southern Canada
and the northern portion of the United
States, with generally cloudy skies
over the territory from the upper ills-
Ye Tog Shop
Better work. Prompt delivery
G. E. BAKER
1823 Second Avenue.
Phone West 317.
sissippi valloy to the north Atlantic; San Francisco CC
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coast. High pressures and fair, cool
weather are noted in the Rocky moun
tain sections and the gulf and south
Atlantic states, with heavy frosts ex
tending to northern Florida and the
coast of Texas. Owing to this distri
bution of air pressure, generally fair
weather, without much change ir? tem
perature, is indicated for this vicinity j
tonight and Saturday. j
KIph Low Pr'cp.
yes- last 24 hrs.
t'rj'y. liight. inch.
Yellowstone Park ...
clothing remained. It is said he had
been to Sandoval,' drank freely and
that he was smoking a pipe, by
which his clothes were ignited, caus
ing his death. The body was found
by the roadside.
Drink Kills Strikebreaker.
Centralia, Dec. 1. A man, 67
years old, who gave his name as
Thomas Conway, and who came here
from Chicago recently to work as a
strikebreaker in the Illinois Central1
shops, died in Salem yesterday. He
had been sent to Salem to serve sen
tence for drunkenness.
Morris Smokehouse Bums.
East St. Louis, Dec. 1. Fire
broke out in the smokehouse of Mor
ris & Co., near the National stock
yards yesterday and for a time
threatened to spread to other build-
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Flood Hgt. Change
b;.'ige. 7 a.m. 24 hrs.
Dubuque 18 3.5 0.0
Rock Island 15 2.5 1.0
J. M. SHERIER, Lc cal Forecaster.
O" i inCR. One hundred men psranpH
safely from the burning structure.
The fire was prevented from spread
ing. The smokehouse was badly damaged.
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Two Are Hurt In Feud.
Springfield, Dec. 1. As the (re
sult of a feud which has been going
on for some time at Assumption,
Frank Piro l!es In a Decatur hospi
tal fatally wounded and Felix Bruno
is Probably fatally hurt. Piro van
Two Men Die Under Train. stabbed by a friend of Bruno's and,
Eloomingtjn, Dec. 1. Robert though fatally wounded, drew a re
Johnson and Edward Campbell, eachVOiver and opened fire, two shots
bout 30 years old, were killed near: taking effect in Bruno's head.
train when they stepped out of thej
way of a freight. Johnson's home
was in Arkansas and Campbell's In
H. U. Muge' Porter Held.
Chicago, !:. 1. Charles Jackson,
a negro, employed on the private car
;c:f H. V. Mude, president of the Rock
Time's Flight Turned Backward"
SAGE AMD SULPHUR.
Made Her Look Twenty Years Younger
READ MRS. HERRiCfCS SWORN STATEMENT
State of New York ) .
Count of Monroe ) ss Rochester, N. Y.
Nancy A. Herrick, being duly sworn, deposes and says: When
I was a girl, I had a head of heavy, long, dark brown hair which
was the envy of my schoolmates, and which attracted the atten
tion and remarks of strangers. As I grew older, my hair com
menced to come out, just a little at first, but gradually more and
more, and then began to turn jray. I was induced by the many
good reports I had heard of Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair
Remedy to try a bottle. My hair was quite thin and gray when
I began using Sage and Sulphor, and you can Imagine my satis
faction when I found that it was fast coming back to its natural
condition, being thicker, darker and more glossy than it had been
for a long time. I continued to use Sage and Sulphur, and my
hair is now as heavy, dark and smooth as when I was a girl of
sixteen. It is now four years since I commenced using Sage and
Sulphur, and my hair is still in splendid condition.
m to btbn me tkU ufa
Preserve Your Youth and Beauty by Using
It Is Pure. Sale And Reliable
It Is Not Sticky. Oily Or Greasy
It Is An Elegant, Refreshing Dressing
V ?a,kf? Tne Halr Soft And Glossy
It Quickly Removes Dandruff
iJ 5trs Fare,d, An? Grav Hair To Natural Color
It Stops Hair Falling And Makes The Hair Grow
It Will Make You Look Years Younger
50c. and $1
AT ALL DRUGGISTS
II Yonr Druggist Does Nd Keep It,
Scad Us The Price la Stamps. Aad
We Will Scad You A Large BotUe,
A 25c cake of Sage and Sulphur Toilet Soap FREE to anyone who will mail this advertisement
together with the picture of the GIRL ON THE BOX cut from the carton of a 50c bottle cf
Vyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy, to the Uyctn Chemical Co., Ke York City.
74 Cortlandt St
HEW YORK, N. T.
LIFE CONVICTS ARk
MtNS?V t? NOUTSCY --S
Henry E. Toutaay and Cnrtlaa Jatt.
erving life terma In tba Kentucky
penitentiary (or murder, are rival
candidates for the presidency of the
Prison Christian Endeavor Society.
Toutsey was sentenced (or the assas
sination of Senator William QoebeL
Jett was charged with murdering
James Cockrlll and James Marcum
during the Hargls (end In Breathitt
1 1 one, either,) who will not want to be here
K Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1st and 2d. Santa
lf Claus special messenger will be here. Read
2rtf tnis telegram to the kids. Tell them you'll
bring them to our store Friday and Saturday. Give them a good
time. Have some fun, yourself, watching them. It needn't cost
you a cent.
Here's the telegram:
NORTH POLE TELEGRAPH COMPANY
SPECIAL TO FISK y LOOSLEY'S STORE
5ANTA CLAUS. President. KING KOBOLD. General Manager
Wednesday, Nov. 29, 1911
FISK & LOOSLEY CO., Moline, 111.
Am sending King Kobold to you for Friday
and Saturday, Dec. 1st and 2nd. Tell all the
children. He will give each kid fifteen of my
pennies to spend in your toy department. Am
very busy, but will be with you myself Dec. 9.
DON'T BE BALD.
Nearly Any One May Secure a Splen
did Growth of Hair.
We have a remedy that has aided to
grow hair and prevented baldness in
93 out of 100 cases where used accord
ing to directions for a reasonable
length of time. That may seem like a
strong statement it la, and we mean
it to be, and no one should doubt it un
til they have put our claims to an
W are so certain RexaTl "9 3" Hair
Tonic will cure dandruff, prevent bald
cess, stimulate the scalp and hair roots,
stop falling hair and grow new hair,
that we personally give our positive
guarantee to refund every penny paid
us for it in every Instance where it
does not give entire satisfaction to the
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is as pleas
ant to use as clear spring water. It is
delightfully perfumed, and does not
grease or gum the hair. Two sixes, E0
cents and $1. With our guarantee back
of it you certainly take no risk. Sold
only at our store the Rexall store
Thomas Drug company. .
We've got it all fixed. King Kobold will be here in his little house Friday
and Saturday, December 1st and 2nd. Every child who is brought to him by
some "grown up" will be given, absolutely free, fifteen of the Santa Claus
pennies to spena in our Toy Department which is now open on our second
floor. There are four thousand pretty little things such as children delight
in, all laid out in the Toy Department, with clerks to sell them to the little
folks for these Santa Claus pennies. Remember; have the little folks all un
derstand this, so there will be no mistakes: Every child who comes to our
store with some grownup fnday and batur- yMf9
dav. December 1st and 2nd. will see Santa Claus'
special messenger, King Kobold, will be given,
absolutely free, fifteen Santa Claus Pennies, and
can spend those pennies for any of the pretty
little toys, candies, etc., laid out in our new Toy
Department, second floor, expressly for these
Santa Claus Pennies. No other kind of money
will buy these Santa Claus goods.
Come on, bring the little folks in. The Fisk & Loosley
Store is the children's store. Surest thing you know.
Today's Market Quotations
1 Kv wire from E. W. Wagner A Co..
members of Chicago Board of Trade.
Grain, provisions, stocks and cotton.
thecal office at KocK island Bouse, ttoca
Island, 111 Chicago office, 88-99-100.
Board of Trade. Local telephones, Na
BOARD OF TRADETRANSOCTIONS.
December, 93. 94, 93V4. 93.
May, 99'4, 99, 98, 99.
July, 94, 94. 93, 94.
Decemberr, 63'4, 64, 63, 63.
May, 64, 64. 64, 64.
July, 64, 64, 64. 64.
December. 47. 47. 47. 47.
May, 49. 49, 49, 49.
July. 46. 46, 46. 46.
January. 16.17, 16.17, 16.00, 16.05.
May, 16.60, 16.60. 16.47, 16.50.
January, 9.25. 9.25. 9.22. 9 22.
May. 9.52, 9.52, 9.45, 9.45.
January. 8.47, 8.47, 8.35, 8.35.
May, 8.77. 8.77; 8.65, 8.67.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Corn No. 3 6262. No. 3 w 62
62, No. 8 y 6263, No. 4 5960,
No. 4 w 59 60. No. 4 y 5961, sgm
5657. sgy 5758.
Oata No. 2 47, No. 2 w 49
50. No. 3 w 4848, No. 4 45
47. No. 4 w 4748, standard 48
Wheat No. 2 r 9496. No. 3 r 92
95. No. 2 hw 96 99, No. 3 hw 95
98, No. 1 ns 106108. No. 2 ns 104
107, No. 3 es 100 105, No. 2 a 98.
105. No. 3 s 95 104, tc 90 102, dur
Wheat opened to lower; clos
ed lower to higher.
Corn opened to higher; closed
Wheat 22 4
Corn 285 5
Oata 72 29
To- Last Last
day. Week. Year.
Minneapolis -. 887 288 224
Duluth 59 124 138
Winnipeg 703 471 318
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 1,512,000 1,099,000
Year ago 607,000 1,627.000
Corn today 985,000 452.000
Year ago 478,000 366,000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 20,000. Left over 5,073. Five
cents higher than Wednesday's aver
age. Light 5.60 6.30. Mixed 5.85
6.45. Heavy 5.90 6.50. Rough 5.90
Cattle 6,000. Steady to 10c higher.
Sheep 18,000. Strong at Wednes
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs tomorrow estimated 20,000.
Quality today fair. Market rather slow
and 5c higher than Wednesday's aver
age. Light 5.506.30. Bulk 6.106.35.
Mixed 5.856.45. Pigs 4. 255.60.
Heavy 5.90 6.50. Good 6.10 6.50
Rough 5.906.10. Yorkers 5.156.25.
Cattle steady to 10c higher. Beeves
4.50 9.10. Blockers 3.00 5.55. Tex
ans 4.10Q5.75. Cows 1.90 5.90. West
erns 4.007.15. Calvea 5.508.25.
Sheep steady at Wednesday's close.
Native 4.00 C.10. Yearlings 4.00
Close of Market.
Hogs closed fairly active. Mostlv
10c higher than Wednesday's average.
BU1K 6.156.40. Light 5.55 6.35.
Mixed 5.90 6.50. Heavy 5.9506.55.
Cattle strong. Top 9.10.
Sheep steady to 10c higher. Top
4.00. Lambs, top 6.25.
Western Live 8tock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansaa City 11,000 4,500 4,000
Omaha 6,000 1,200 3,400
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hog. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 21,000 1,500 5,000
NEW YORK 8TOCK8.
New York, Dec. 1. Following are
quotations on the market today: '
Union PaclBc 172
U. S. Steel preferred 109 .
U. S. Steel common 62
Rock Island preferred 43
Rock Island common 26
Southern Pacific 111
New York Central 105
Missouri Pacific 38
Great Northern 12C
Northern Pacific 116
Louisville & Nashville 154
Canadian Pacific 241
Illinois Central 142
Chesapeake & Ohio 74 V4
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 77
Haiti more & Ohio .' 102
St. Paul no
Lehigh Valley 176
Republic Steel common 23
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Butter Dairy, 30c; creamery, 37c.
Lard. 12 c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel. 72c.
Forage Timothy hay, $20.
Clover hay, $15.
Wheat, 80c to 83c.
Wild hay. $14 to $15.
New corn, 62c. -Coal
Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
Starts Much Trouble.
If all people knew that neglect of
constipation would result In severe
indigestion, yellow jaundice or viru
lent liver trouble tbey would soon
take Dr. King's New Life Pills and
end it. It's the only safe way. Best
for biliousness, headache, dyspep
sia, chills and debility, 25 cents at