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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1911.
CHAPTER ON TYPE "BULLS"
Daily United States Weather Map
(Continued from Par Thirteen.)
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FORECAST FOIt ItOCK ISLAND, DAVEXPORT, MOLIXE AXD VICIXITT.
Unsettled weather with rain or snow tonight or Wednesday, not much change in tem
perature. The lowest temperature tonight will be slightly below the freezing point.
The southwestern storm which has
moved to the coast of Texas has been
attended by rain or snow In the south
ern plateau sections and on the west
cm Kooky mountain slope and the west
gulf coast, while unsettled weather
prevails as far northward as the lake
region. Tbe northwestern low which
rt malDs over British Columbia is caus
Ii.r rain in Washington and Oregon.
The pressure is deeldf.-dly above the
normal .In the lake region and is mod
erately hlKh on the Rocky mountain
plateau. Because of this distribution
of air pressure, unsettled weather Is
(By wire from E. W. Wagner tt Co.,
mum her. of ChlcttKO Hoard of Trado.
Ofatn, rovllona. ntork and cotton.
Loral ottl'-" at Rwk Island house, Kook
Jnlmd, III. Cutf-ago office. &-ti9-l otf.
oard of Trade, lxxal telephones. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
December. 951;, 95V4, 95tf.
May. 99H. 1008, 99. 99V4
July, 95. 95, 95, 95V4.
December. 63Ti. 63Tn, 63$s, C3'i.
May. 64. C5. C4H, Cl.
July, 64, 63, 64V4, C4',.
December. 46. 4, 46. 4C?i.
May, 48. 48. 4S. 484.
July. 40. 45, 45V.
January, 15.42. 13.60, 15.42. 15 57.
May, 13. V0, 16.10, 15.90, 16.05.
January. 9.10. 9.22. 9.10, 9 22.
May, 9.35, 9.47. 9.35, 9.42.
January, 8.22, 8.37. 8.22, 8 37.
May. 8.52, 8.65. 8.52, 8.65.
THE GRAIN MARKET,
Chicago Cash Grain.
Corn No. 2 old 70, No. 3 6161,
No. 3 w 614&63, No. 3 y 6162y.
No. 4 69ff6i. No. 4 w 59 60, No. 4 y
6'.'(3:60, nam sgy 57',i5S.
Oats No. 2 4654(947, No. 2 w 4S'4?
4'J. Xo. 3 w 4747, No. 4 w 4647
Wheat No. 2 r 9698. No. 8 r 94
FOR LAGRIP AND MALARIA
NO BITTER TASTE
.. .J t it
Scientifically combined, pure QUINIXK, pure WHISKY.
NO SUBSTITUTES USED
Taken before meals restores appetite, taken befor retiring insures
tkep. A good medicine to keep in the house. A XATt'RAL TOXIC.
Protected by U. S. registered labels, to imitate is felony. Put up
in bottles only and sold by all liquor dealers.
U S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLI S L.MOORE. Chiet
indicated for this vicinity, with rain
or snow tonight or Wednesday.
High Low Pr'cp.
yes- last 24hrs.
t'rJ'y. night. Inch.
Atlantic City 40 28 .00
Bcston 38 38 .00
Buffalo 30 24 .00
Rock Island 32 23 .00
Denver 28 22 .04
Jacksonville CO 54 .00
Kansas City. 32 30 .00
New Orleans 04 4S .00
N-w York 38 30 .00
t torn 1
&9C. No. 2 hw 9S 102. No. 3 w 94
100, No. 1 ns 105109. No. 2 ns 104
K'8, No. 3 ns K2(&107. No. 2 6 98
106. No. 3 a 983104. No. 4 s 90 103,
vc gOffflOS, durum 9Mft 105.
Wheat opened M up to lower;
closed 94 to lower.
Corn opened up; closed up.
Today. Contract 1
Wheat 42 6
Com 272 6
Onts 205 76
To- Last Ist
day. Week. Year.
Minneaiiolis ... 124 439 2S8
Duluth 139 72 117
Winnipeg 621 672 1C6
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 340.000 270,000
Year ago 6C5.O00 306,000
Corn today C99.000 58S.O00
Yar ago 1,249.000 840,000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market
Hogs 23,000. Left over 3,500. Pros
pects steady. Light 5.GO6.10, mixed
E 75 6.25, heavy 5.85 6.25, rough 5.85
Cattle 5,000; best steady.
Norfolk 46 34 .00
Phoenix 48 32 .04
St. Louis 46 30 .00
St. Paul 28 16 .00
San Diego 60 40 .00
San Francisco 58 44 .00
Seattle 48 42 .40
Washington ..40 32 .00
Yinnipeg 20 16 .00
Yellowstone Park ... 2 .00
Flood Hgt. Change
stage. 7 a.m. 24hrs.
Dubuque 18 6.6 xO.l
Reck Island 15 5.6 xO.O
J. M. SHERIER. Lt-cal Forecaster.
Sheep 18,000; steady.
Nine O'Clock Market.
Hogs Market steady to strong.
Light 5.55 6.10, bulk 5.95 6.15,
mixed 5.756.25, pigs 4.50 5.70, heavy
C856.25, good 6.006.25, rough 5.85
6.00, Yorkers 6.906.00.
Cattle slow, steady. Beeves 4.60
8.90, stockers 3.25 5.70, Texans 4.10
5 75, cows 1.806.50, western 4.50
6.50, calves 5.00 7.50.
Sheep steady at Monday's average.
Native 2.504.00, lambs native 4.00
COO, western 2.704.00, lambs western
Close of Market
Hogs closed slow and steady at open
ing prices. IJght 5.55 6.10, bulk 5.95
6.15, mixed 5.756.25, heavy 5.85
C.25, rough 5.856.00.
Cattle, top 8.90; steady.
Sheep, top 4.00; steady; lambs 6.00.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 20,000 7.500 8,000
Omaha ... 11,000 2,700 6,500
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 38.000 18,000 28,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Dec. 19. Following are
quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 1734
U. S. Steel preferred 111
l S. Steel common 68
Rock Island preferred 45
Southern Pacific 112
New York Central 106
Missouri Pacific 39
f!l not Vn.ttnm .OOT
v..o.v tiuuuuu ..... liO 'a
Northern Pacific 118&
Louisville & Nashville 168
Canadian Pacific '...271
Pennsylvania 123 Vi
Erie 33 V4
Chesapeake & Ohio 74
Baltimore & Ohio 103
St Paul in
Lehigh Valley 182
Republic Steel common 27Vi
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Dec. 19. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Butter Dairy, 30c; creamery, 43c.
Feed and FueL
Corn, per buahei, 72c
Forage Timothy hay, $20.
Clover hay, 15.
Wheat, 80c to 83c
Wild hay, $14 to $15.
New corn, 68c to 60c
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; alack.
A Terrible Blunder
To neglect liver trouble. Never do It
Take Dr. King's New Life Pills on the
first sign of constipation, biliousness
or Inactive bowels and prevent viru
lent indigestion, jaundice or gall sonea
lent indigestion, jaundice or gall stones.
Tfcey regulate liver, stomach and bow
els and build up your health. Only 25
centa. at all druggist.
13 Vestlbuled Corsets (Ventilated
Flats to Let with widows (windows)
In every room.
House to Let Beam ceilings ; din
ing rooms, paneled sidewalks (side
Situations Wanted Can milk or
drive any kind of wagon.
For Sale A large double door sofa
Made from silky batiste, etc, form
ing yoke with bean trimmed (Beau
Pots, Mnts, kettles, brooms, etc.
Blind embroidery on linen, showing
insects (insets) of baby Irish.
A Gentile (gentle) laxative.
A strong framework for soiled
(solid) feet. .
Sponge cake with a generous spread'
ing of chocolate between the lawyers
Unfermented grape fruit (juice).
One instance can here - be cited
where two readers were "fired" for a
price terror in department store ad'
rertisement. The copy was in the
form 'of proof sent from the store's
private printing plan. The Item waa
a special . sale of several hundred
yards of silk, and the selling price ap
peared to be 35 cents per yard. Both
reader and copyholder passed the fig
ure as being 35. It turned oat that
the selling price should have been 85
cents, and the store, in keeping with
Its policy of always living up to its
advertisements, sold the silk at the
lower price, charging the business of
fice of the newspaper with the loss,
I he two readers on the desk were
fired," not so much because the copy
was bad, but because the) had neg
lected to follow the unwritten, but al
most universal rule. In case of doubt
in celling price, make it the higher
These errors will creep In as long
as there 1b printing and so long as
daily newspapers are issued in such a
slap-bang rush. The proofreaders,
like the other employes, are but hu
man, yet they are eternally striving
for that perfection which has never
been possible except in the case of
one man dead these nineteen hun
Argue Merit Law.
Springfield, Dec. 19. Constitution
ality of the state-wide merit law be
came an issue before the supreme
court yesterday. For three hours law
yers representing the state auditor and
those opposing the measure cid nu
merous authorities to prove theirXon-
tentions. The case reached the su
preme court through a plea for a writ
WOMEN'S HAIR ,
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Many women have hair so dull and
faded that it is actually repulsive.
These women have probably never
heard of PARISIAN SAGE the invig
orating hair dressing that is being
used by thousands of refined women
If your hair is falling or thin or
faded or lifeless; if you have dand
ruff or itching scalp; If your hair is
not as fascinating as you would like
to have it, go to the Harper House
Drug store tnis very day, ask lor a
fifty cent bottle of PARISIAN SAGE
and start at once to make your hair
perfect and even glorious.
PARISIAN SAGE is guaranteed to
give satisfaction, or money back. Girl
with Auburn hair on every carton.
For sale by H. O. Rolf and druggists
rhe glowing, red heart of
Electric Combination Stove
win bring the real spirit of Christmas
into your home.
Attach it to any light socket press the
button and the heating coils are ready
to toast or broil in the little drawer or
cook on the top grid two cooking oper
ations at the cost of one.
This little nickel and black enamel
stove is practical, economical and useful
in a hundred ways. Ask tout wife or
mother how she would like the cheerful
help of an instantaneous stove in the
dining-room, sick-room and nursery.
Surprise her on Christmas. At our store
the Cadillac costs only $7.50. guaranteed,
and is packed in a beautiful holly gift
Dcx. true to the Utnatmas spirit.
ing & Electrical Co
Phone West 1356.
308 Twentieth Street.
To the Meads of Families
You know what is expected from you at Christmas all tha
little gilts for the children for the good wife, mother, father,
sister, brother and you want to make them too.
Holiday time comes but once a year. It's a time to for
get worries and cares for a while. Make it a glad time for
all. It's your duty and ought to be your pleasure to make it
a real' old fashioned holiday time.
We all know how our wants and desires increase at this
time of the year, later on, your needs will not be as great.
You will not have presents to buy for sisters, brothers, moth
ers and other relatives and you will not feel the need for pro
viding good cheer and acceptable presents for your good wife
Will you have enough money for Christmas purchasing?
If you are short, we would like to lend you. enough "money
to tide you over so that you can feel comfortable and get
into the holiday spirit and make it a real old fashioned holiday.
We won't lend you money for nothing. You won't expect
us to. But the cost will be so reasonable and terms of repayment-
so fair that you will be agreeably surprised; besides
you'll make them all happy. The service we'll render will be
quick, quiet and polite and the whole cost will be for the ac
tual time you use our money.
If you need extra money for Christmas call here and let
us supply your need. At leass please allow us to explain our
reasonable plan of lending money. If inconvenient to call,
write us a line or phone West 122 and we'll see you in your
For the convenience of our former patrons and all reliable
persons, our private offices are open every evening until
Step in tonight.
Mutual Loan Co,
"copies National Bank Building
of mandamus to compel John S. Mc-
Cullough, auditor of public accounts,
t isBue warrants for the payment of
the salaries of James W. Gullett, H.
Williams and James B. Peak, clerks
i'i the ofllce of Secretary of State
James A. Rose. George B. Gillespie,
former assistant attorney general of
Illinois, made the arguments for the
petitioners and E. A. Bancroft argued
for the auditor. The chief contention
of Mr. Gillespie was that the new law
took from state officers the right to
hire and discharge their own assist
ants and therefore was unconstitution
al. Mr. Bancroft held that it gave
them the right to select their own as
sistants, but regulated their discharg
li.g power to such an extent aa to make
effclency and merit the only issue in
discharging these assistants.
Seeks to Enter Legislature.
Kewanee, Dec. 19. F. W. Morrasy
of Sheffield, Bureau county, will be a
candidate for the democratic nomina
tion for minority representative from
the Thirty-seventh legislative district.
accordiug to announcement made. The 1
district includes Henry, Bureau and
Stark counties. Mr. Morrasy, who has
been chairman of the Bureau county
board of supervisors several terms, is
actively interested in drainage district
work in this part of the state.
Lightning Kllis Few.
In 1906 lightning killed only 1C9 peo
ple in thU whole country. One's
chances of death by lightning are less
than two in a million. The chance of
death from liver, kidney or stomach
trouble is vastly greater, but not If
Electric Bitters be used, aa Robert
Madsen of West Burlington, Iowa,
proved. Four doctors gave him up
after eight months of suffering from
virulent liver trouble and yellow jaun
dice. He was then completely cured
by Electric Bitters. They're the best
stomach, liver, nervo and kidney rem
edy and blood purifier on earth. Only
60 cents at all druggists.
Notice ot Final Settlement.
Estate of Henry J. Simmon, deceased.
To the heirs-at-la-- and legatees of
Public notice Is hereby' Klven that
the undersigned. Mary A. Simmon, has
this day nied her final report and set
tlement as such in the probata court
of Rock Island county, and that an or
der has been entered by said court ap
proving said report, unless objections
thereto or cause to the contrary be
shown on or before the 27th day of De
cember, A. D. 1911, and upon the final
approval of said report, the said Mary
A. Simmon will ask for au order of dis
tribution and will also ask to be dis
charged. All persons interested are no-
tlnea to attend.
Rock Island, I1L. Dec. 4, 1811.
MART A. SlkLMON, Exotutrix.
Estate of Laura Kopp Felles, de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
poltned executor of the last will and
testament of Laura Kopp Felles. late of
the county of Rock Island, state of Illi
iiols, deceased, hereby gives notice that
ht will appear before the Hon. Benja
min Bell. Judge of the probate court of
Rock Island county, at the probate court
room, in the city of Rock Island, at the
February term, on the first Monday in
February next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estate
are notified and requested to attend for
the purpose of having the same adjust
ed. All persons indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned .
Dated 15th day of December, A. D.
lklL HENRY KAUMAN'N.
Notice of Flnml Settlememt.
Estate s: Jacob Gauck. deceased.
Public notice Is hereby given that the
undersigned. Central Trust & Savings
Bank, executor of. the last will and
testament of Jacob Hauck. deceasii.
has this day tiled its final report and et
tement as such In tbe probate court ot
Rock Island county, and hearing on said
report has been set for Nov. 28. 1911. at
9 o'eock a. m.. at which time person.
Interested may appear aud make objec
tions thereto, and tr no objections are
filed, said report will be approved at that
time, and the undersigned will ask for
en order of distribution, and will also
ask to be discharged.
CENTRAL, TRUST & SAVINGS BANK.
Erec'-itor of the Last Will and Testa
day of January next. At which time
ment of Jacob Hauck. deceased.
Hugh . Curtis, attorney.
Estate of Mayer Rosenfleld, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed executors- of the last will and
testament of Mayer Rosentleld, late of
the county of Rock Island, slate of Illi
nois, deceased, hereby give notioe that
they will appear before the lion. Benla
mill Bell, Ji.Uge of the probate court ot
Rook Island county, at the probate
court room, in the city or Rock island,
at the l-'ebruury term, on the first Mon
day in February next, at which time all
persons having claims against said es
late are notitied and requested to at
tend lor the purpose of having the same
adtuKted. All persons indebted to said
estate are requested to make immediate
payment to the undersigned.
Dated oth day of December, A. D.
1911. CLARA R. S1L.BKRMAN.
JOSEPH ROSEN FIELD,
High E. Curtis, attorney.
Notice of Final Settlement.
Estate of Frederick W. Moller, de
ceased. Public notice Is hereby given ' that
the undersigned, administrator of the
'state of Frederick V. Moller, deceased,
has this day tiled her linal report and
rettlement an such in the probate court
of Rock Island county, and hearing on
said report has been set for Jan. 6,
1912. at 9 o'clock 11. m.. at which time
persons Interested may appear and
nake objections thereto, and if no ob
jections are tiled, said report will be
approved at that time, and the under
signed will ask for an order of distri
bution, and will also ask to be dis
charged. Rock Island, 111.. Dec. 14, 1911.
MABEL C. MOLLER,
Administratrix of the Estate of Freder
ick W. Moller, deceased.
H. A. Weld, attorney.
Estate of Oustav A. Lohse, deceased.
The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of the estate ot
Oustav A. hse. late of the county of
Rock Island, stale of Illinois, deceased,
t.ereby gives notice that she will appear
before tbe probate court of Rock Island
county, at the probate court room, in
the city of Rock Island, at the February
term, on the first Monday in February
next, at which time all persons having
claims against said estate are notified
and requested to attend for the pur
pose of having the same adjusted. All
persons indebted to said estate are re
quested to make immediate payment tu
Dated 18th day of November, A. D.
1911. TILLIE LOHSb.
Hugh E. Curtis, attorney.
Notlce of Publication.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. January Term,
A. D. 1912. In Chancery.
Bertha Baker vs. Mosea L. Baker.
Affidavit that said defendant. Moses
La Baker, upon due and diligent in
quiry can not be found, having been
filed in the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice Is there
fore hereby given to the said defend
ant that the complainant filed her bill
of complaint, in said court, on the
chancery side thereof, on the 29th day
of November, 1911, and that thereupon
a summons issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending, re
turnable on the fir Ft Monday in the
month of January next, as is by law
I Now, unless you, the said defendant
above named, aloses L Baker, shall
personally be and appear before said
circuit court, on the first day of the
next term thereof, to be holden at Kc k
Island. In and for said county, on ili
first Monday in January next, and
plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the
same and tbe matters and things there
in charged and stated will be taken as
confessed, and decree entered against
you according tu The prayer of said bill.
OEORGE V. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. I1U Nov. 29. 1911.
Marion E. Swcef. con:, .sonant's so
licitor. . -
All the news all the time The Argus.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court of Said County.
To the January Term. A. IX 191a, In
Oeorge A. Lyon, trust , in bankrupt
cy of the estate of JoslaA L. BiOklMotv
complainant, vs. Joslah L. Roblnso.
Ada Stone Robinson; Mutual Wheel
company, a corporation; Fred J. Kraft:
I j. O. Willis, trustee In bankruptcy ot
the estate of Robinson-Miller company,
a corporation; William H. Fry, trustee
in bankruptcy of the estate of the Rob
inson Manufacturing company, a cor
poration; Frank H. Keys, Cary R.
Crawford, and George McMaater. de
fendants. Bill for Relief. Ueneras No.
To the above named defendants, Cary
It. Crawford and Frank H. Keys:
Affidavit of non-residence of you, said
Cary R. Crawford and Frank H. Keys,
defendants aa above, impleaded with
other defendants in the above entitled
cause, who are named above, having
been filed In said cause in the clerk'k
office of the said circuit court of mala
Rock Island county, notice Is hereby glvea
to you, said Cary R. Crawford aw
Frank II. Keys, that the above named
complainant filed his amended and sup
plemental bill in said cause in said
court, on the chancery file thereof, ou
the 6th day of November, 1911, In whlcu
bill you are made co-defendants. That
tnereupon a summons in chancery was
issued out of said court, in said cause,
against you, said Cary R. Crawford and
Frank H. Keys, directed to the sheriff
of said Rock Island county, to execute,
returnable to the next January term,
1912, of said court, which will be holden
at the court house In tbe city of Rock
Island, in said county, on tbe first Mon
and place you. and each of you will per
sonally appear and plead, answer Of
demur to said bill.
Rock Island. HI., Nov. 1, 1911.' '
GEORGE W. GAMBLE.
Clerk of Said Court.
Bowersock, Hall & Cook, Jackson,
Hurst & Stafford, solicitors for com
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with high grade,
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price for winter's
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it nmve. West 4WL. Eees.Wan4.Ill.
Tailoring S Panitoricm to.
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"The place to buy your suit
Suits cleaned and pressed,
Suits sponged and pressed,
60 cents. .
. Overcoats cleaned and press,
Hats cleaned and blocked
5 0 cents.
Old phone 177Z-Y. .