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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, JANUARY 8, 191?.
I Iff 'V ifie fj g
Rose;' and "From an Indian Lodge",
by MacDowell; "Mendelssohn's Song
Without Words." Xo 13. and
"Autumn," by Tschaikowsky.
ster up a divorce suit which my late
husband threatened against me.
CALLS GILMORE PERJURER.
"Gilmore has perjured himself fear
fully, but can make certain portions of
his story seem true. I went to his
room on one occasion for my rent, and
was seen coming out by one of the
servants. But there was nothing else
it was organized some seven or eight
MISS AGNES MARY M GIBEERX.
daupbtfT of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall
iucuibbern or isij ine street, uav-
enport, and Thomas Henry Haege. I
son of Mm. Mary Hage of this city, )
were married at 7:30 this morning
enport. Father Er.rixht performed I bePn ' ho01 'or BO,rae tmt
.v.- ,.,.w.,,m, .iai thought better to return to the
Mf,i., - 1 ial meftincr to be hH in
of the brid, and Leo Voeze of
-ears ago, wlien members attended
high tchool. At that time it was the
Zcta Phi Ht-ta sorority and when Fee
ret societies were abolished from high
fcthool the name Ijttle Ladies' Lace
league was taken in a moment of sar
casm. Now that all members have
Vii nur't! Bort-tma upTo bpld at
Orion at 1 o'clock this afternoon I rr me to do because Gilmore seemed
over the remains of Daniel Chils- ' 10 eva(e me- and if I hadn t gone after
trora, one of the pioneer residents! 0r 1 wouldn't have received it.
of Orion. The services were at the 1 " .un-m.
residence of William Parnell and "Inspector Clancy's latest statement
were conducted by Rev. W. E. An- about y nushand mailing a letter to
derick, of the Baptist church. Bur- his step-son. Arthur W. Morrow, some
ial took place at Western cemetery. time after o'clock on that Wednes
Deceased was born in Sweden and day night, simply substantiates what I
was 76 years of age. He came to testified at the inquest. Remember, I
America and direct to Orion some tld tfce coroner that my husband and
45 vears ago and had made his home I chatted together in the dining room at
there since. Surviving are three!8 o'clock, and that when he departed
children, August at home; Mrs. Tillle 1 1 ws left under the impression that
Daily United States Weather Map
Erwln of Creig, Neb., and Fred of
Evanston, 111., and a brother, Gus,
who Incidentally is S4 years old and
a pioneer resident of Orion.
Fl'XERAL OF MRS. ROBr"SO".
The funeral of Mrs. Sarah E. Rob
inson, who died Wednesday after-
first rules of the organization. A Fpec- "c,u J" o "
two weeks i ' urs- al feenej, joi
t ii.il i i i , r . n
at. the home or Miss I arolyn Ains-
worth was planned. The hostess s-rv- j non at 2 ?loc- Rev; M"1 Hu,m
ed a delirious collation and the even- j Preyi of the Central Presbyterian
.... . v,n, l,n-lv mnt.u""lu U"'ULI,JS' x nc ucw c, -r.c
hat of brown, trimmed in fur and " ' ... .' . ' ' ., . ' .. ... Hugh Curtis. Hiram S. Cable. H. A
of social festivi
Mitchell. S. D. The bride wore gold
en brown messsllne with a picture i.
flowers. Sh rnrripd ft white nraver
book. Her attendant wore wisteria aftHr several weeks
colored messallne with a hat to
match. A wedding breakfast was
nerved at the home of the bride's
parents following the ceremony, 20
relatives and frif-nds attending.
Tbey left for a short wedding trip
HELPERS' CIRCLE MEETS.
THE JANUARY MEETING OF THE
Helpers' circle of King's Daughters
was held Saturday afternoon at the
and will upon their return reside in 'home of Miss MilKcent Spencer, 705
South Rork Island. Mr. Haege U Twentieth strfft. Mrs. C. C. Carter,
proprietor of the Haege Tailoring the vice leader was in charge of the
company. His bride is a graduate meeting. The committee that has in
of St. Anthony's training school for! charge the care of the tuberculosis
nurses. , j patients report' '! that there are now
eight patients under the (are of the
j circle. At Christmas time 15 baskets
of provisions were distributed and e!x
COLLEGIATE ALUMNAE MEETS.
THE ILUNOIS-IOWA BRANCH OF
the Collegiate Alumnae asp'Kiatioii
met Saturday afternoon with Miss
lVrni-e l.e laire at. Kemper hall,
Iaveriort. 11. B. Harden, city super-
hasket of fruit were given where
most n eded. Means of raising money
for the coming year 'Aero discussed
but no definite action was taken. The
inlnrdciit of schools, rave an able. business session was followed by a so
cial hour and
veil prepared pai r on "Vocational
Education" which was listened to by
:;') interested in'TulTH. Mr. Hayden
said that this country in much, behind
the other countries In ocationa! du-
atlou. Germany lending all other coun
tries In th's respect. Educators are
coming to realize more and more the
urgent need of training for the various
walks of life. The demand is itisis- the guests and the
tnt for the prac tical in lemer.tary
n hool education, some plan must be
adopted whereby the youni; )eople
tenting m l.ool 1'iuy be prejiared for
r.i me vocation. 'r. Mayden sxike of
the woiL that Is l-i:.K done in ti:: city
K( l "il :'!oti ' ti'ls line ill the auni en- ! '"an.
ti- rlii; K." t"ri tuch is to he iii 'j'-'
li:a'-(i in the Rock Island ichouK
Follow iim Mr. Ilayden's talk the lis
tess served refresh mants and the
members remained for a short social
the hostess served
J. McDonald, S. J. Collins, George H.
Richmond and P. H. Greenawalt.
Burial took place at Chippiannock
FTXERAL OF" MRS. STOOKEY.
The funeral of Mrs. L. M. Stookey,
wno died Saturday morning, was
held from the home, 1422 Twelfth
street, this afternoon at 2 o'clock,
Rev. Marion Humphreys of the Cen
tral Presbyterian church officiating.
The bearers were Ralph Martin, J.
Swisher, Charles Engleman. Walter
Kling, George McKee and Roy Rob
inson. Burial took place at Chip
CRIME FOR GASH
Mrs. Morrow Receives Letter
From a Man Who Offers
to Save Her.
IN HONOR CF VISITOR. j
MISS SARAH LEWI.-?, L'S-TV
Fifth avenue, last evening entertain-
ed at a whist par'y in honor of heri
house guest, .Vis.s Minnie GoMforb, I
of Chicago. Twenty couples were! .
ift'air proved to k .
be a delightful paity. In the tardlHiW OnAIMUt IU tOOttrC
games the favors were won by Miss;
Esther Finkelnuin. Ilarrv Silverman
luul llnrry Fmnkel the consolation j rt v,U r siP"-' Tliat His Guilt I5e
pr:. Vocal and ii.st runien'.al mini
he was going out Now Clancy makes
a big fuss over the discovery that Mr.
Morrow went to the mail box after our
conversation. That proves I told the
STATE WILL. DROP AVITXESSES.
Assistant State's Attorney Northup
spent yesterday afternoon on a per
sonal inspection of the scene of the
death, and decided that the state would
be better off without some witnesses
the police have summoned.
At the first inquest Mrs. James
Orien, 4552 Indiana avenue, testified
that the first shot attracted her to her
rear porch and that she stood there
two minutes before the second shot
was heard. She also testified she saw
no commotion or any one running
away. Since the murder theory has
been advanced the prosecution won
ders if she wasn't mistaken. She told
Northup she didn't see the flash of the
The state will not call her. but it is
understood Attorney Erbstein, repre
senting the defense, will. Mrs. Claude
D. Mackey, 4534 Indiana avenue, cor
roborated Mrs. O'Brien's testimony.
The state is depending on Attorney
Cuthbert D. Potts, counsel for the man
who was killed, as Us principal wit
ness for Tuesday's hearing, but the de
fense will endeavor to prove his testi
Morrow wrote a letter disproving
Mrs. Morrow's testimony that her hus
band was despondent over the failure
of an invention. The writer expressed
joyous anticipation over the money he
thought he would realize.
Attorney Erbstein refused to disclose
the contents of a mysterious tin box
he says he will put in evidence. He
gave the impression that one of the
contents is in the nature of a will, in
which the inventor excuses his "suicide."
U S. Department of Agriculture:
WILLIS L, MOORE. Chief.
I i a e. - i
fttNwj-: 9 f AcA - -
7 30 I A
report I r--- t-T-'
Obm-trntloiu takm at 8 . m.. eBntT-fifth meridian OB
IsoBAas, at oontiEDC-w Unas, pus thToash poiats 01 1MU an
Isothcbks. or dotted Unas, rauw thrrmah pointaof aqrul taa
tratriTa;UieT will b drmwn oulj for isro. tneilne.KP. uia hxy.
Symbols Indicate iua of waather: O claar; (J
elondr; A cloady; rain; anowi
miwirM. Arrow flr with the wind. Firrt Mirars, loweet tem
MTHtnrr tor peat 12 honra; aorond. M-hoor rainfall, .t it eQoaia
2a third, wind ralocitr it lfi miloa par hour or mora.
ADOPT SORORITY NAME.
miss j r i.i v (j(ji or moi.ink
hostess to a mrt'tiug of the nu in
bt m of the l.inli- Ladiett' I .nee league
at her home wln-ii a bmimss and s'ic
Ial in'-ting was held. Decision as
made to return to the Greek letter
name first adopted by the club when
hi rs were git en by Miss Sadie
.Vip I'.essie Silverman
Jewell 1 iistein. Kollotting
unmet! a two course luncheon
ENTERTAIN AT BRIDGE.
.iiniinceI I'ntil He
Cliicago, Jan. R. An offer to "con
fess" to the murder of Charles B. Mor
row for a money consideration was re-
To Cure a Cold In One Day.
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine tablets.
Druggists refund money if it fails to
cure. E. W. Cruve's signature is on
each box. 25 cents.
FORECAST FOB ROCK ISLAND, DAVENPORT, MOLIXE AND VICINITY.
Generally fair tonight and Tuesday, colder tonight with the lowest temperature about
5 degrees below zero.
An area of low pressure that ex
tends from the Canadian northwest to
the gulf of Mexico, with separate storm
centers over the lower Mississippi val
ley and Manitoba and Saskatchewan,
has been attended by precipitation in
nearly all sections from which reports
are received. A rainfall of 1.56 inches
is reported from New Orleans, la.
Saturday's hi-gb. has moved to the north
Atlantic coast, and another area of
moderately high pressure now covers
the Rocky mountain plateau. A decid
ed rise in temperature over the terri
tory between the Rockies and the Al-
leghanies has accompanied the de
crease in pressure In these sections,
though readings below zero are still
general in the Missouri and upper Mis
sissippi valleys and the northwestern
portion of the lake region. The east
ward movement of the low and the
approach of the western high will be
attended by generally fair weather in
this vicinity tonight and Tuesday, with
High. Ix)w. Pr'cp.
Atlantic City 2S 10 .OS
Boston 12 S .00
Buffalo 8 0 .01
Rock Island -4 -4
Denver 4S -4 .01
Jacksonville 51 46 .04
Kansas City -4 -6 .14
New Orleans 42 40 1.56
New York 20 10 .02
Norfolk ?,2 22 .00
Phoenix 64 36 .00
St. Ixmis 0 -2 .01
St. Paul -12 -14 .02
San Diego 64 56 .00
San Francisco . .54 46 .18
Seattle ...N 34 24 .00
Washington 24 10 .00
Winnipeg -4 -24 .01
Yellowstone Park ... -10 .01
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
rnii'ijl r,,w) nu.,erAl Viar I, ...1,1,.,,. HI
MAJOR AND MRS D. M. KING OF ' "J"u "
the Rock Island arsenal entertained J1'1"1 - Morrow, undergoing a prelim
a com, anv of 40 friends at bridge Sat- ll,Jan': ?hargPd tbe CTim-
li.r.hiv , nii hi their Lome. In lh In
flames the favors were given to Mrs.
Thomas Grasselli of Cleveland, Mrs.
liarry Evans, Davenport, Mrs. K. C.
t'rossett, Davenport and Mr3. Otto Sel
fert, Moline and John Deer Cady, Mo
line, Hurry Evans, Davenport. K. C.
f'rossett. ri:ivi-n!Xirt nnfl r.iplltpnnnt
i. i..,. r ",h u-w.,, .i , 11 I fscape before the "confession" was
lunch v as srttd at small tables.
sonal letter to the widow by a man who
signed himself "Joseph H. Smith." He
gave no address, but said he could be
reached through the "personal"' col
umns of a newspaper. The principal
condition imposed was that the "con
fessor'' should be given sufficient time
HOW TO CURE
Contagions Blood Poison is a
virulent germ, and like most other
bacterial organisms, is very difficult
to kill or destroy within the system.
It mould therefore be useless to en
deavor to cure the disease with some
strong medicine intended to destroy
the disease Hood cells and virus.
The proper isay the only tvay is
to REMOVE the germs and poisons
from the blood by purifying the dr
culation. Thousands hate cured
themselves of this powerful disease
by the use of S. S.S., the greatest l "
e it . ii ft i u-elebrated at his lie.ine, '.i4-
of all vegetable blood purifiers. Twen..firet sm.t.t. last cteDinK.
This is a medicine of unquestioned company f it, trier, u ame t
eihilitvin th0 treatir.fnt cf Conta. 'snnd the ev.-nrn
Sioos Blood Poison. For more then
forty years it has been prepared Mrs
end Sold CS a Cure for tlilS trouble, - consolation prize, l-.ter in the evm-
and rot only its efficacy, bat the (f-l lt 'rv, u 1 -"
r . .1 ... I . . .tu yi.uia.
laci inai n aoes ret conzam a par
U. S. HISTORY CLUB.
MRS. C. NELSON Oi' THIS CITY
entertained the I niieJ States His
tory (in1) at the first i.i-etii:- of the
Mar Fiiu.iy, when Mrs. Ed .Nierrill of
Dux tii port had the pap' r jf tlie a.'ter
noon in whidi she di-cussej the sub
ject of "Immigration." K ;reshments
were served by the hostess during a
; 1 asant social hour at the close of the
program. The roll call was responded
to by some sevin member. Mrs. Ed
Ruff of 21o2 Fiiiuuhi str. et, Daven
port, will ntei!ain the next meeting
in tAO weeks at her home.
revealed to the police.
MRS. L. A. LORING. visiting hair
dresser, racial and sculp treatment,
manicuring, and chiropody. Phone
Notice of 1'ulillratioa.
State of Illinois. Ruck Island Coun-
In the Circuit Court To the January
Term, 1K12. lit Chancery.
Tlllie Valcourt va. Valmore ValcourL
Affidavit of non-residence of the de
fir.ddnt, Valmore Valcourt, liavlim heen
hied in the clerk's office of the circuit
court of said county, notice la there
fore nei-fby Kivm to the tuid non-resi-
.i rtf .... A .. n . . 1
is. Morrow exhibited the letter to tiled her bill of complaint in said court.
a reporter when she was visited at her ' V" tlie cnancery si.-ie thereof on the
1 UdJ Ul JJftCliiyi'l l?il UllU LI1UL
residence, 4r4.j Michigan avenue, and
she declared her intention of turning
the missive over to the police.
KRItSTKIV SCKSTS TRICK.
"I don't know whether it is a crazy
man or a plotter," said the accused wo
man, "but I will have no dealings with
blackmailers. I telephoned my coun-
j sol. Charles E. Erbstein, about it, and
! he advised me to he careful with all
s' rangers, and said the best thing I
: could do was to turn the let:er over to
i the polke.
j "If it s a scheme, it is a ridiculous
!on for Mr. Morrow died by his own
CELEBRATES ANNIVERSARY. ' hand. If I hadn't been so confiding in
YESTERDAY WAS THE o 4TH others before, I wouldn't be facing the
birthday niir.iver.-ary of C. p. shame that Harry Gilmore is trying to
heap upon me today. Gilmore says
selling automobiles is his sole busi
ness, but at the proper time I will prove
that he hns been on the pay roll of a
thereupon a summons issued out of said
ccurt, wherein said suit is now pending,
returnable on the lirnt iionday in the
month of January next, as is by law
Now, unless you. the said non-resident
defendant above named. Ehuli per
sonally be and u(.pi-ai before BiiiJ cir
cuit court, on the liisl day of tue next
term thereof, to be holdeu at Kuclc Is
land, in and lor said county, on the first
Monday in Jaiuary r.ext. and plead,
answer or demur to tlie said complain
ant's bill of complaint, ine same and
Lite iiiaiiLij anu mina .i.treiu ::iargcu i
and stated will be i.iki.i as coi.t-jssed.
a:,d a decree entered against ou ac
cording to tlie prayer oi said bilk.
Jaints V. .Majuaer cuuiilainani's so
licitor. GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
(By wire from E. W. Wagner & Co.,
Grain, provisions, stocks and cotton.
Local offices at Hock Island house. Rock
Island, 111. Chicago office. 9S-9S-100.
Hoard of Trade. Local telephones. So.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS
May, ino-, 101t, 100. 101.
July, W2, 95, 95V8( 95.
September, 9D8 94 Vs. 93V2. 93i.
May, 04, 04. 04'i, 04.
July, C4V2. C4-, C4'i. Cl.
September, C4. C5, 04, C3.
May, 4914 , 49, 49Vs, 49'.i.
July, 45'4, 45, 45, 45.
September, 40. 40, 40, 404.
January, 15.97, 15.97, 15.87, 15.S7.
May, 1C.32, 1G.35, 16.22, 10.25.
January, 9.40. 9.40, 9.37, 9.37.
May, 9.C2. 9.02, 9.55, 9.57.
January, closed 8.52.
May, S.S2, 8.S2, 8.77, S.77.
Year ago 422,000 410,000 1 tions on the local market today:
jVocice of ruulicatloa.
State of Illinois, Kuck Isiand Coun
in the Circuit Court. January Term,
A. li. il;4. In Cnancery.
Cora Moore va. Aioeii Moore
Affidavit of noii-resiuenco of the de
fendant having ucen liled in the clerk'.
office of the circuit court of said coun
ty, notice is tncrerore hereby given to
private detective agency and that he i '"-' sau non-resident deier.dant mat the
., , j . . . '. . . 1 1 oinpluliia.nl niea her bill oi coinuiuiui
w. is assigned to try to get me in acorn-! in said court, on the chancery sidu
atiii cincli was
played, favors in the g.ime t;oinp to
Xirs. Harry lvowe and Ed I'.errv and ; promising losition in an effort to lml- I tuereof, ou tne Zath day ot Movember,
, .. .. ...,...! ! lfll. and tnat tnereupon a summon
A. O Hrien ot l.ar.-toiv (ook the 1 . s I issued out 01 hui court, wherein aaid
suit is now ieud.ng. returnable on the
tirst Aioncay 111 ll.e inoiun 01 January
! next, ai is oy law recjuired.
i Now, unless you, tin: Si-ld non-resi-
deiil delcr.dant :;oove named. Aihert
1111? UIIU1I1II-D II . . .... - 11 ,1 V .
i . f I I . "i. iiniii , 1 n fj 111. 1 diuurt, BFiuii personally oe .inu upfciir
ficlf ot mineral, or oiner narnuai , in honor up birthqay. o-uu n Ki in hk
; LAST Et ENINi; AT IiEK HOME
'on Eleventh street Mrs. A. Fiegen-
drug, should be an inducement to
any Contagious Blood Poison suffer
er lo begin its use. S. S. S. goes
ri'b.t down into tbe circulation, ami
removes every trace of the tlestt uctive
virus. It lic.ils all sores, stops fulling1
l;air, an.l ly cleaiisin.c; and cnriihinjr ot-rmau n;.a i'silur Fi".i-leMein rt-
leived llie ho!if.r. Miss Ge'lerman was
pres ri t - d M .tli a i .u-ile-ne ift by tue
giiit-ts. A nice lur.i h tas sered.
h Uz entertaaied a party of 25 couples No faltwres:
. 1 r .. , ... " vu pay for
in lic;;or of tile I.iithuay a:,nive.iry j An- you n
or .vii a .viae lit iierman. 1 n- j; iets en
joyed a mu.-icai n-yrai:; and played
iiames at whu h the Ml.s.-es.s Tillie Sil-
tl.e Hok1, soon clears the bixly cf
ivrry stmptom. Home Treatment
lxk and any itutlical advice free.
S. S. S. i sold at drujf stores.
n.'E sw;rr specific cx. Atut. ca
HARD TIMES PARTY.
Mi.SS El'NA J(JliS)N WAS HOS
t ss to a party (! fi i !iJ.s Saturday
tteiung. in- wunon iM-ihg her six-1
M-KI !.. I t It A NIK t.N III lilt
MOHK 1-Olt l UlA.t ANV
No falhires: relief for aii sufferers
tired wraricj letr Mmnn.
1. - e.iiiii.-. er .u-ii spring trusses?
ej,i!t s. 1 tiding jour money on
n.iiil order treatments, plas
iei s and ap; h.,n k
Ait.-r all others fail, I piuranl.e to
Ki-e ,ii. k i-li f and more ir your
n.- r.iy liian yon have ever had lefo"r.
ii-.nt-.ir. s low down and hard to hold,
tin..-.,, follow ui operation., navel ru;i
iirej. in ilesi.y women, and ail had
c;.m s vnarant.ed r. lief or no ch;.rjre.
1 u-ai.t every ruptured woman to eail
f'.r irif tr aimei.t of my no ; nod that
has cured so many In Iliinoi.. No
ct.arae of any nature for treatment n.i-
heture said court, on the ftrt day of
tl.e next term tnercoi, lo he holden at
Kock Island, in and for said county, on
the nrtt Monday in January next, and
plead, unswer or demur tu the said com
piainanl s bill of complaint, mu same
and U.e matters and things Il.ereii
icna-ytd and stated will he taken a.-:
, coiiiessed, and a decree entered against
1 you according to tne frnyer of said tii.
j ijiUi.GK VV. liAj! BLrJ. Clerk.
j Rock inland. XlL. Nov. i, lkll.
f Adair fleaeanls, complainant a solic
it o r.
Notice uf Fublicatioa.
State cf Illinois, Kock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court. January Term,
A. L. 1!12. In Chancery.
Be-rtna Uaker vs. Mjses L. Baker.
Amo.vil tl.at tail def vnaant. Moses
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
W heat No. 2 r 90ft 98, No. 3 r 94?
97, No. 2 hw 99 103, No. 3 hw' 9CQ
102, No. 1 ns 110fftii2, No. 2 ns 107
11", No. 3 ns 102 71 109, No. 2 s 10i)jp Kansas City 5.0DO
103, No. 3 s 9Sffilu2. No. 3 s 85100,
vc 903104, durum 90103.
Corn No. 2 f.0"4 iTiGO. No. 3 w CIVi
(?i614. No. 3 y G(i4 a 61 i. No. 4 y 59
$1 CO, No. 4 w COGO'. sgm 57Q-58,
sgy 57R 5 8', -4.
Oats No. 2 w 5050, No. 3 w
49'.', 5 4!5i, No. 4 w 4S'449, standard
Wheat opened unchanged to Va up;
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 2,000; left over 3,118; 10 cents
higher. l,ight G.153C40, mixed G.150
C.33, heavy 6.15 G.C0, rough G.lD(y
Cattle 1,400; generally 10c higher.
Sheep 28,000; 10c higher.
Nine O'Clock Market.
Hogs slow; 5c to 10c higher than
Saturday. Eight G.lOifi 0.40. hulk 6.30
(f(6.50, mixed G.loftG.ou, pigs 4.90'fr
5.80, heavy G.15(?iG.G0, good C.30(S6.CO,
Yorkers 6.30 6.40.
Cattle 10c higher. Beeves 4.80
8.70, stockers 3.30(0 5.85, Texans 4.35
C.00, cows 2.10i?i3.70, westerns 4.40
4.65. calves 5.50 8.15.
Sheep strong. Natives 3. no 4. 75;
lamhs native 4.50 4.75, western 3.40
Close of Market.
Hogs closed 10c to 15c higher than
Saturday. Light 6.15 G.50. hulk C.35
6.55, mixed 6.20 6.60, heavy 6.20
6.65, rough 6.20 6.35.
Cattle 10c to 25c higher; top 8.70.
Sheep 10c to 15c higher; top 4.75;
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Omaha 1,800 800 1,000
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 30,000 7,000 22.000
Butter Dairy, 30c; creamery, 43c.
Feed and Fuel.
Corn, per bushel. 72c
Forage Timothy hay, $20 to $22.
Clover hay, $15.
Wheat, 80c to 83c
Wild hay, $14 to $17.
New corn, 52c to 58c.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
closed to up.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Jan. 8. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 1C9'4
U. S. Si eel preferred Ill
U. S. Steel common
ueaaing j 151 .v.
Estate of Laura Kopp Fellea, de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
pointed executor of the last will and
teKlament of Laura Kopp Kelles, late of
the county of Hock Island, state of Illi
nois, diceiued. hereby gives notice that
he will appear before the Hon. benja
min Hell, judtre of the probate court of
Hock islai.d county, at the probate court
room, 111 tun city of Hock Island, at the
February term, on the llrst .Monday In
February next, at which time all per
sons having claims against said estat
ace notified and requested to attend for
the purpobe of having the same adjust
ed AH persons indebted to said estat
are re-quested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned .
liated loth da' of lcember, A. D
1111. iiENKX ,NAl A1ANN.
Estate of L-er.a i'a3siK. deceased.
1 ne undersigned Having oeen id-
USE ZI0N VARNISHES
surpassed. Once tried ycn'II
use no other kind.
,r de-It:'" in me clerk' j o:nce of the ciroun Corn today olO.Ot-0 CS2.000
fr ioituljrt ' said county, nonce is there-j
! 1 or lierebv iriven 10 tlie eaid defend- I "
and Information as to how tlie rao.st ! L- Uaker. upou due and diligent in- i Year ago
fe i-r- riioi-ire are cured. Quuy can i.ol oe iouiiu. i.vu. ueeu i
Iteellth birtlltuy aliniverary. The : t r.tion lrom huinVs. If v..n i.r .f.
iie.ri. m-.o a ' hi.r.l in, .,.- o,Tu,r M: : wwir a Irus.i and want oild i,,nf.iri tore hereby Kiven to tlie eaid dtlend-
' " 3 ' ' wtar ! ant tnat tne conipiainant liiea her bill i
: l.rile Hoer ttid M:s IaiM Dawson 1 TUr uiiiiinrnTniinn ' ot romclaint. ir. said court, on the I
Our Treadwell for floors is nn-i"? r-i- Ur the net comical ; ""'tmnuoi j cuancery side w.
ft:i.KF. A number ot were ; mtZtZ:?ilZ'JZttJXV?:." .ummoua Wuc-d out of aid coLrt, !
1 laved, tl.e M!t-e Doro'hv Covne. ! n ihrn fuii ! wherein a:d .uit is now pending, re
;Ptarl ( n.f: ami Ixon.i Dv.son receiv- I OJ "l a hol lot stronger at
, ,, , , 1 or.ee. Advice and examination are free.
I ill;; the faors. Refreshments were if you cannot .-ail. write for future
' tTVfd j liated lo 25 yuincy pireet. frncaeo. 111.
I" Nnl visit lo Urk Islaad. Hark l.la
""li : hotel, W rdarsriay. Jan. 10; a.m. lo 4 o-m.
APPEARS IN PIANO RECITAL . .
MISS C'J.AivA IV.I.K.'IAN EXTTER-!
Corn opened Va to y4 lower; cloEed
Today. Contract, i -Missouri Pacific
Wheat G o; Great Northern
Corn 2'Jl jj Northern Pacific
Oats 4:1 22 I Iouidvil!e & Nashville
Northwest Car. j Smelters
To- Last Last j Canadian Pacific ....
day. Week. Year. I nnsylvania
Minneapolis 21 holiday 29 r'r"'
Duluth 21 holiday 3J
Winnipeg S3 holiday 37
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 4H5.O0U 165,000
pointed executrix of the last will and
tifclamenl of Lena 1'asslK. late of tlie
county cf Kock Island, Mute of Illinois,
df ceased, hereby elves notice that aim
will appear belure the lion lienjainlii
i'eil, junge of tne probute court of Kock
l.Oand county, at the probate room. In
the city ot Hock Inland, at the February
li rm. on the lirst Monday in Februarv
t ext, at which time all nersons huvm-
ui ; iminia a;diiii aiu i-Bulia are
and requested to attend lor tlie purpose
Kock Island preferred sou I sens indebted to meid ..kh.
Southern Pacific ... 11I3' lUKhle " make Immediate payment to
... . , ... ' I the undersigned.
Chesapeake & Ohio
Prooklyn Rapid Transit
Raltlmore ii. Ohio
Republic Steel common .
5 3 '2
. 103 a,
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Jan.. 8. Following are the quota-
Ovr Trade Mark
"THi: V.UlMSII or VI AI.ITV
Scld by M. Brotman
t.it SevenUTD'.li StrcrL
I'bune IJMi L.
; tu'ncd "i fr.'enus a a j'i.T.o recital at
,v.fcich the gave a de '.i-li; :'al program.
Real Estate and Stocks
lrograas we; r.-tt;ly dot orated ; B,UKht ,0,A and ehana-ed. If you
j folders, t ie baudiwerk of the hostess )Want to buy or have anything to sell
I on which were the foiiowing n jm-I or exchanire let us hear from you.
1 1. ..... . !
I NATIONAL KKOKKRAG3 CO
dy by Helkr, "To a Wild '470 Ohio street Terre Haute. Ind.
j tui r.a j.e ou the hrt Juonday in
month of January tell, an is by
I New, unless you. the said defendant
! above named, aloscs L. .taker, snail
personally be and appear before said
: c.rcult court, on the rirtt day of the
j next term thereof, to be holden at Rcciii
! Is'.and in and for said county, on th
tirxt Monday In January next, and
'plead, ans-wer or demur to t:ie said
i complainant's bill of complaint, tbe
same and the matters and tilings there
in charged anvl slated will be taken as
confessed, and decree entered against
you accorcli.g u. the prayer of said bill.
GEORGE W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island, ill.. Nov. 29. 1911
larion K. Sweeney, vompiaiaant's solicitor.
Dated 1 3 tli day of December. A. D.
ltll. CATllEUlNii KULEGKU,
Clarence J. Kchroeder. attorney.
Estate of liavld Gruhl. deceaaed.
The undersiKn'id having been appoint
ed ex.i uiiix of the lat will and testa
ment of Iavid G.-ihi, lale ol tne county
ol Kock Inland, btate of Illinois, de
ceased, hereby gives notice that sh
will appear befoie Hon. iienjamln Bell
3ude ol tne probate court of Hock I
ifiiu county, at tne probate room in
tlie city of Koi k island, at the March
term, on the lirst Monday in March
next, at v.i.lh lime ail persona having
claims agaliiKt taid estate are nottned
and requested to attend lor the purpose
ot having tlie same adjusted.
All persona indebted to aaid estate are
requested lo maa Immediate paymert
lo th- ujid'-rxiK.n d.
Dated this i'Ji-.l day of tlecember, A.
ANNA PAl'F.NHAI'.SEN'. Executrix.
Clarence J. Scinoeder. attorney.
Estate- of Luvinia limgrnar., deceased.
Tbe und-.-rKigned having le-n appoint
ed administrator with the will an
nexed of tne last will and testament of
l.uvir.ia Bingman. lale of the county of
Kock Inland, ttut-! of Illlnoi. deciscd
hereby Kives notice that he will appear
before Hon. Kenjamin ivll. Judge of th
probata court of Kock Island county at
the probate court room. In the city of
Kock Island, at the Starch term, on the
first Monday In March next, at wi.lcli
time all persons having claims against
said estate are notified and requested to
attend for tha purpose of having th
All persons Indebted to said estate
are requested to make immediate nay.
nient to the undersigned.
Tated this' 23d day of December, A.
"clarence J. 6CHKOEDER.
Adinistralur with wiu Annexed.