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THE ROCK TSZZXKD AUGUSL MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1912.
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MISS ELIZABETH BUCKHOL.TZ
and Herman Klingebiel, both of Mo
line, wore united in marriage Satur
day afternoon at 4 o'clock at the par
nonago of the German Lutheran
iburch, Davenport, Rev. C. Holter
riiann, the pastor, officiating. They
t ere attended by Miss Matilda Klinge
biel, sister of the groom, and Ernest
Hurkboltz, brother of the bride. Fol
lowing the ceremony the bridal party
vent to the home of the bride's stater,
lira. William Denning, in Rockingham,
where a wedding reception was held.
The house was decorated In pink and
white, the bride's chosen colors, roses,
carnations and smilax being used. A
three course dinner was served. The
bride wore blue silk trimmed in Irish
crochet lace and bail fringe and she
carried bride's roses. Her attendant
wore tan voile trimmed In Irish
crochet lace and gold beaded embroid
ery. Mr. and Mrs. Klingebiel will make
Gives Color, Lustre to Faded
rand Gray Hair Dandruff
' For fenerations Sago and Sulphur
hnvo been used for hair and scalp
troubles. AlmoBt everyone knows the
value of such a combination for keeping
the hair a pood even color, for curing
dandrutr. Itching scalp and falling hair,
end for promoting the growth of the
hair. Yetrs nro the only way to get
a Ila'r Tonic of this kind was to make
it in the home, which was troublesome
nnd not always satisfactory. Nowa
days, almost any u-to-d:ite druggist
can pupnly his patrons with a ready-to-Ose
product, skillfully prepared in per
fectly equipped laboratories.
An ideal preparation of this sort
fa Wyeth'a Sajje and Sulphur Hair
Kemejy, in which Sage and Sulphur
ore combined with other valuable reme
dies for scalp troubles and thin, weak
huir that is losing its color or coming
out. After using this remedy for a
few clays, you will notice the color
gradually coming back, your scalp will
feel better, the dandruff will soon be
gone, and in less than a month's time
there will be a wonderful difference in
Don't neglect your hair if it is full
of dandrutT, losing its color or com
ing out. Get a fifty cent bottle of
Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur from your
druggist, and see what a few days'
treatment will do for you. All drug
gists sell it, under guarantee that
the r:oney will be refunded if the
remedy is not exactly as represented.
Catarrh is a blood disease which,
inner linings or mucous membranes
delicate surfaces and tissues produces all the well known symptoms ot the
trouble, such as ringing noises in the head and ears, tight, stuffy feeling in
the nose, pains alxve the eyes, irritation of the throat, sometimes slight
lever, and a general feeling- of weakness and ill health. Even the lungs
become affected by the continual passage of impure t!xd through them, and
thcra is clanger of consumption if the disease is allowed to remain in the
system. S. S. S. cures Catarrh because it purifies the blood. It goes into
the circulation and removes every particle of the catarrhal matter, making
this vital fluid pure, rich and healthy. Then the inflamed membranes begin
to heal, every symptom disappears, the constitution is built up and health
restored. S. S. S. rids the system of catarrh by attacking the trouble at its
toad and entirely removing the cause from the blood, thus making a perma
nent and lasting cure. S. S. S. is made entirely from health-giving roots,
herbs and barks, and for this reason is an especially safe and desirable medicine.
Book on Catarrh and any medical advice frc; to all who write.
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, GA,
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Special Sale of
WHILE STOCK LASTS
Witmark No. 6, regular price 75c, now 38c
Star No. 9, 10, 11, regular price 75c, now 38c
Empire regular price 75c, sale price . . 38c
Gem 1910-1911, regular price 75c, now 33c
Victor 1911, regular price 50c, now . . 10c
Haviland's No. 11, regular price 50c now 10c
THE CABLE MUSIC HOUSE
Safety Building Rock Island, HI.
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their home at 540 Seventeenth avenue.
Mollne. Mr. Klingebiel is a pattern
maker at Cooper's manufacturing
BANQUET FOR MORGAN.
E. E. MORGAN, WHO LEAVES
this evening with his wife and da ugh
ter Catherine for residence in Los An
geles. Cal., was given a banquet at
the Manufacturers' hotel, Moline, Sat
urday evening in appreciation of his
efforts in building up tUe city. A hurt
dred men sat down to a course din
ner at 10 o'clock and following the
serving of the dinner tjasts were giv
en to the guest of honor. W. C. Ben
nett, acting as toastmaster, called for
remarks from C. E. LMetz, L. M. Ma-
gill, C. V. Skinner, M. J. McEniry and
Ed Klttilsen, who expressed apprecia
tion of Mr. Morgan's efforts in behalf
of the city. Mr. Morgan was instru
mental In building the Moline theatre,
the Manufacturers' hotel and in ad
vancing many other building projects.
Captain Bennett, in behalf of the Mo
line business men, presented Mr. Mor
gan with a solitare diamond scarf pin.
a gold handled knife, properly in
scribed, and a check for $125.
ALUMNAE ASSOCIATION MEETS.
THE FEBRUARY MEETING OF
the Illinois-Iowa branch of the Collegi
ate Alumnae association was held Sat
urday afternoon at the home of Miss
Lucy Ainsworth In Moline. Some 30
members were present, including two
out of town guests from Geneseo and
Atkinson. A short business session
was held at which no business of any
importance was transacted and the
afternoon was given over to listening
to a lecture on birds' homes by B. H.
Wilson of this city. The lecture was
illustrated with beautiful pictures and
was most interesting. The usual so
cial hour followed the lecture and the
ladies busied themselves with fancy
work and the hostess served refresh
ments. The next meeting will be held
at the home of Miss May O'Connor,
CIO Eighteenth street. There is a
possibility that at this time a Chicago
university man will address the asso
ciation.' SOCIAL ANNOUNCEMENTS.
The Endowment Fund society of
Augustana college will meet Wednes
day afternoon with Mrs. G. A. Andreen,
731 Thirty-fifth street. Mrs. A. Kempe
will give the paper for the afternoon
on "Congo Free State."
There will be a meeting of the board
of directors of the Associated Chari
ties at the Association home, 637 Sev
enteenth street, Thursday evening,
Feb. 8, at 7:20 o'clock.
A. O. H. SLEIGH PARTY.
THE A. O. H. CLUB OF THE
Third Christian mission held the an
BIDS TEE SYSTEM
causes a general inflammation of the
of the, body. The diseasing of these
M M M M
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nual sleighing party Friday evening.
The crowd of young people had a ride
through the two cities and returned
at 11 o'clock to the home of Albert
Cash on Thirty-ninth street, where
they had supper, served by Mrs. Cash.
HELPERS' CIRCLE MEETS.
THE FEBRUARY MEETING OF
the Helpers' circle of King's Daugh
ters was held Saturday afternoon at
the home of Mrs. Burgh, 2225 Seventh
avenue. Fifteen of the members were
present The circle decided to pro
vide a nurse to assist the visiting
nurse, Misa Margaret Giles during
the month. The circle has under its
care eight patients whom it supplies
with proper food and clothing. Dur
ing the month Just passed 32.45 was
expended for eggs and milk for tuber
cular patients. A social session fol
lowed the business meeting and lunch
MISS BESSIE COX ENTERTAINED
13 of her schoolmates last Saturday
afternoon at her home, 1524 Thirty
first street, in honor of her 12th birth
day anniversary. There were games
of various kinds, guessing contests.
musical numbers, and a birthday sup
per was served. Those present were:
Raymond Swann, Grace Mills, Clara
Dennis, Agnes Witt, Richard Lege,
Nellie Bunnlng, Raymond Frank, Wil
liam Hartman, Edith Heimann, Idwal
Roberts, Margaret Rohwedder, Ray
mond Bergstrom, and Marie Brunswig.
The hostess was presented with
pretty set ring.
THIRTY YOUNG FRIENDS OF
Miss Mabel ;Burton surprised her Fri
day evening at her home, 2810 Fifth
and-a-half avenue, the occasion being
her birthday anniversary. The even
ing was spent with music and games
In a guessing contest which took place
prizes were given to Andrew Raab,
W. Stoaks, Ben Taylor and Miss Elsie
Zastrow of Clinton, Iowa. Luncheon
was served during the evening. Miss
Burton received many pretty gifts
from her friends.
MRS. ELLA STARR, 2208 SEV-
enth avenue, announces the engage
ment of her daughter, Mary Madelon,
to Wellington E.'Duncanson, a promi
nent young manufacturer of Des
Moines, Iowa. The wedding is to
take place in April, the day, as yet,
not having been decided upon.
FAY HAWES CAMP, ROYAL
Neighbors, will give a dancing party
tomorrow evening at Odd Fellows'
hall. Wrixon'8 orchestra will furnish
the music for dancing.
The Ladies' Sewing society of
Bethany home will meet at the home)
for the regular sewing tomorrow af
ternoon. Rock Island chapter of the Ameri
can Woman's league will hold an Im
portant business meeting tomorrow
evening in the office of Dr. O.
Myers in the Safety building and a
f i 11 attendance is desired.
GIANT IS NEEDED
TO LIFT WOMAN
Has Rock Island a man strong
enough to lift Miss Annie Abbott, who
says she weighs 110 pounds? Sounds
preposterous on the face of it and yet
there is reason to doubt that the man
will be found. Miss Abbott is a
vaudeville entertainer and is exhibit
ing at the Empire theatre. This morn
ing a committee of nearly 30 repre
sentatives men, including doctors,
lawyers, business men, members of the
city commission and representatives
of the press, witnessed Miss Abbott's
performance and to say that they
were mystified is putting it mildly.
Miss Abbott does not explain the
power which she possesses; in fact,
she intimates that she can't explain
it, but the committee could discover
no trickery whatever and the more
skeptical had their curiosity aroused
without being allayed in the least.
WHAT SHE DOES.
Hero Is what they saw. A common
compass when held close to Miss Ab
bott's back and lowered from a point
at the base of her neck to her waist.
slowly reverses and the needle in
stead or pointing north, points south.
One man tried to lift her, but found
it Impossible, two tried It and failed
to raisa her off the floor, five tried
and gave it up. She stood on the
hands of two while another tried to
lift her and though he expended his
strength In the endeavor. The two men
on whose hands the performer stood
announced that the, effort had failed
to remove any of the weight they sus
tained. She resisted the combined
pushing power of seven men merely by
placing her finger tips against a wall.
She lifted a rod oft the floor without
grasping It and despite the fact that
five men tried to hold it down and
another sat upon it.
MEMBERS OF COMMITTEE.
Those who witnessed the demon
stration and took part in it were Drs.
F. H. First, W. H. Ludewig and A. E.
Williams, Mayor H. M. Schriver, Wal
lace Treichler, W. E. Bailey, W. E.
Copp, H. Curry. Fred Nelson, J. C.
Stephens. A. Myers, J. Hill, J. R. Dar
nell, E. H. Hill. J. J. Ullemeyer, V.
E. Allerton, G. V. Pettit, W. T. Hartz.
B. F. Schriver, C. J. Zaiser, H. H.
Hensley, Ralph D. MacManus, F. W.
Sauermann and S. W. Searle.
Do you know that croup can be
prevented? Give Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy as soon aa th child
becomes hoarse or even after the
croupy cough appears and it will
prevent the attack. It Is also a cer-
itsin cure for croup and has never
been known to fall. Sold by all ;
HER OWN CHILD
Young Woman Takes a Night
Flight Prom One of Re
sorts of City.
SUM OF MONEY ALSO GONE
Had Given the Babe to Keeper, but
Love for Her Offspring Over
Kidnaping her own child, which she
had some months ago given to a
woman who conducts a public resort
in this city, an inmate of the resort
Saturday night left for parts unknown,
taking with her. it Is claimed, $25 be
longing to her landlady. She is now
being sought for by the parties inter
ested. It appears that this denizen of the
underworld Is married, or at least
claims to be, and four months ago a
child was born to her in this city, and
since that time she has been raising
the child in the resort, and has been
a constant inmate of the same. It ap
pears that the landlady became very
much attached to the child, and the
mother gave it to her outright,
5IOT SEEN SINCE.
Saturday night the mother, feeling
that she had done wrong In relinquish
ing hf r claim to the child, determined
to steal it and run away, feeling that
such a course would be necessary. In.
asmuch as she did not believe that
the woman who conducted the resort
would be willing to return the child
to its mother.
About 9 o'clock the mother, without
being observed, put on the baby's
wraps, stole $25, it is claimed, and slip
ped out. of the house, and has not been
seen since that time.
MAY HE IX HIDING.
Immediately upon discovering that
the mother and child were missing,
the resort keeper began a search, and
then came ' the discovery that the
money was gone. Inquiries were made
at the local railroad depots and a
strict watch is being kept to nab the
woman. The theory is that she has
not left the city at all, but is waiting
for the storm to blow over before at
tempting to leave.
WQODHULL MAN IS
SURE HE WAS DOPED
"Doped, be dinged," says Gus Pet
erson who was fined J2 and costs
tl.is morning in police court on a
charge of drunkenness. Peterson
wan arrested Saturday night by Of
ficer Kinney. Previous to the arrival
of the officer, Peterson was lying on
the brick platform of the Burlington
depot, snoring sonorously. As evi
dence against him were two empty
whisky bottles of the quart size. Pet
erson says he must have been doped
as he drank little and he intends to
tell his friends down Woodhull way
that someone slipped a few sleep pills
into the milk that he drank.
New Treasurer at Illinois.
Frank Schnitger ha3 been made
treasurer by Manager William J.
Klinck ofthe Illinois theatre to suc
ceed Howard Burris, resigned.
Gas and Heartburn Stopped in Five
Get rid of indigestion.
Or dyspepsia or whatever you call
your stomach misery.
Drive out the sourness.
Lift off the heaviness.
Stop the fermentation of food.
Banish gas, heartburn, foul
breath, dizziness, headaches, ner
vousness, nightsweats and bad
Get a 50-cent box of Mi-o-na tab
lets at the Harper House pharmacy
today. They guarantee them for any
of the diseases named above or for
any stomach distress.
No better prescription for indiges
tion was ever written.
Mi-o-na makes the stomach vigor
ous and strong enough to digest food
without aid. For sale by the Harper
House pharmacy and druggists ev
to have the best eye help
possible that's why we in
vite you to have your eyes
examined and fitted here.
J. , Ramser
Daily United States Weather Map
lTr e y3o y s Department 0f Agriculture. -X"
Vu Ko WEATHER BUREAU.
J SW'O " WILLIS L MOORE. Chief. )
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EXPLANATORY NOTES. 0S ! ! jfertWJ
Obrvtlonstaki.nmt8.m..seventy-flfUim- X i 3"
ridlsntlmp. Air pressure reduced to sea level. 1 LA Cy V
Isobars (continuous Unosl pass throuch polnta a or " JV"
of equl Hi pressure. Isothkrms tdotted Ylnes .-Sew.-3 ,S-J, r
pss throuKhpolntsofequsl temperature; drwn fc - - . 7j X TAvtMCiPiT l-f
only for xero. freezing. 90. and 100. x' , , Ttxzz" M
O clear; prtlr cloudy; clondy: 19-"" A S?'
min: snow; report missing. V' I v30-2 V, J 7
Arrows fly with the wind. First flimres. lowest teiipts J
temperature past 12 hours: second, precipitation V
or .01 inch or more for past 24 hours; third, mail- 7
mum wind velocity. ' ,
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND, DAVEXPORT. MOLINE AXD VICINITY.
Generally fair tonight and Tuesday, not much change in temperature. The lowest tem
perature tonight will be about 5
The northeastern low which is dis
appearing beyond New England has
been attended by light snow from the
north Atlantic coast westward to Iowa
and Minnesota. High pressure and
continued generally fair, cold weather
prevail in the Canadian northwest, the
Missouri valley, the Rocky mountain
region and the gulf states, though, as
a rule, the temperatures in those sec
tions have risen during the past 24
hours. At 7 a. m. it was eoldest at
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, and Wil
liston, N. D., where the thermometer
(By wire from B. W. Warner & Co..
Grain, provisions, stocks and cotton.
Local offices at Rock Island house. Rock
Island. 111. Chicago office. 98-8S-100,
Board of Trade. Local telephones. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS
May, 104, 104, 103, 103.
July, 98, 98, 9G7i, 97.
September, 95, 95, 94, 94.
May, 69V4. 69, 68'i, 68.
July, 68, 68, 67, 67.
September, 68, 68, 67, 68.
May, 52, 53, 52, 52.
July, 48, 49. 47, 47.
September, 42. 42, 41, 41.
May, 16.40, 16.40, 16.25, 16.25.
July, 16.57, 16.57. 16.45, 16.45.
May, 9.40, 9.45. 9.35, 9.35.
July, 9.52, 9.55, 9.50, 9.50.
May, 8.85, 8.85. 8.77, 8.77.
July, 8.87, 8.90, 8.80, 8.80.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Corn No. 3 6565V4. No. 3 w 65
65, No. 3 y 65V,65, No. 4 64
64, No. 4 w 6364, No. 4 y 63
64. sgm 6161. sgy 6162.
Oats No. 2 5252V4. No. 2 w 53
53.' No. 3 5151, No. 3 w 52
53-, No. 4 5151, standard 52
Wheat No. 2 r 101102, No. 3 r
100102, No. 2 hw 103105, No. 3
hw 101103, No. 1 ns 112 115, No. 2
ns 109112, No. 3 ns 105109, No. 2
s 102103, No. 3 s 99108, No. 4 8 92
(102. vc 92gl07, durum 92107.
Wheat opened to up; closed
to 1 up.
Corn opened unchanged; closed
Wheat 12 2
Corn '. 342 0
Oats 84 30
To- Last Last
day. Week. Year.
Minneapolis 368 524 214
Duluth 3 20 38
Winnipeg 465 696 37
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today ..... 709,000 1,618,000
Year ago 538,000 222,000
Corn today 769.000 260,000
Year ago 1,087,000 445,000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market
Hogs 26,000. Left over 5.152. 5c
higher than Saturday's average. Light
5.856.25. Mixed 5.9506.40. Heavy
6.05 6.40. Rough 6.05 6.15.
Cattle 13,000. Generally 10 to 13c
Sheep 22,000. Strong to 10c higher.
Nine O'Clock Market.
Hog market 5 to 10c higher. Light
5.90 6.30. Bulk 6.20 C.33. Mixed 6.00
6.42. Pigs 4.25 5.75. Heavy 6.05 j
6.45. Good 6.206.-!5. j
Cattle generally 10 to 15c higher.
Beeves 4-850S.6O. Stockers 3.90 6.10. j
Texans 4.70 5.90. Cows 2.256.S5J
Westerns 5.00427.25. Calves COO a. .50. i
Today's Market Quotations
to 1 0 degrees above zero.
readings were 22 degrees below zero
and 16 degrees below, respectively.
The eastward movement of these con
ditions will be attended by generally
fair weather in this vicinity tonight
and Tuesday, without much change in
High. Low. Prep.
Atlantic City 6 .00
Boston 20 12 .00
Buffalo 8 2 .01
Rock Island 12 4 .02
Denver 32 'l4 .00
Sheep strong to 10c higher. Natives
3.256.75. Lambs, natives 4.506.90.
Westerns 3.65 6.80. Western lambs
4.756.90. Yearlings 4.S55.60.
Close of Market.
Hogs closed 10c higher. Bulk 6.25
6.40. Light 5.956.35. Mixed 6.05
6.45. Heavy 6.10Q 6.40. Rough 6.10
Cattle 10 to 15c higher. Top 8.60.
Sheep strong. 10c higher. Top 4. 85.
Lambs strong. Top 8.60.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kasa3 City 8,000 8,000 5.000
Omaha 4,100 1,900 9,200
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 32,000 7,000 27,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York. Feb . 5 . Following are
the quotatious on the market today:
Union Pacific 162
U. S. Steel preferred 108
U. S. Steel common 60
Reading '. 156
Rock Island preferred 50
Rock Island common 23
Southern Pacific 107
New York Central 110
Missouri Pacific 40
Great Northern 127
Northern Pacific 116
Canadian Pacific 230
Chesapeake & Ohio 69
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 77
Baltimore & Ohio 102
St. Paul 104
Lehigh Valley 156
Republic Steel common 22
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Feb. 5. Following are the quota
tions on the local market today:
Butter Dairy, 35c; creamery, 45c.
Lard. 12 c.
Feed and Fuel.
Clover hay, $15.
Forage Timothy hay, $23 to $22.
Notice of I-'loal Settlemrat
Kstate of Henry Denhardt, deceased.
Public notice is livr by givi'it that the
undersittni-d. John Mohr. executor of
the last will and testament of Henrv
Ixnhardt, has this day liled hts final
report and Hettlement as siu-h in the
probate court of Hock Island county,
and hearing on said report has bien t
for Feb. 27, 1S12. at 9 o'clock a. m.. at
which time persons interested may ap
pear anil make objections thereto, and
if no objections are filed, said report
will be approved at that time, and th
undersigned will ask for an ord-r of
distribution, and will also ask to be
Hock Island, 111., Feb. 3. 1912.
Executor of the Last Will and Testa
ment nt Henry Ienhardt. deceased.
McEniry & McEniry, solicitors.
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OLD PHONE. WEST 122 NEWS103W
OPEN WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS
Jacksonville 56 23 .M .
Kansas City 22 12 .0C
New Orleans 3S 28 .0t
New York 20 8 .04
Norfolk 32 18 .0
Phoenix 72 38 .00
St. Louis 16 12 .00
St Paul 10 4 .02
San Diego 62 42 .00
San Francisco 62 52 .00
Seattle 46 42 .12
Washington 13 8 .00
Winnipeg 13 10 .00
Yellowstone Park ... 12 .00
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Wild hay, $14 to $17.
New corn, 55c to 58c.
the quotations on the market today:
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack.
Tortured for 15 Years
by a cure-defying stomach trouble
that baffled doctors and resisted all
remedies he tried, John V. Modders
of Moddersville, Mich.. seemed
doomed. He had to sell his farm and
give up work. His neighbors said,
"he can't live much longer." "What
ever 1 ate distressed me. he wrote.
"till I tried Electric Bitters, which
worked such wonders for me that I
can now eat things I could not take
for years. It's surely a grand rem
edy for stomach trouble." Just as
good for the liver and kidneys. Ev
ery bottle guaranteed. Only 50 cents
at all druggists.
CONTRACTORS AN I J BUILDERS.
Contractor and Builder,
1454 Klcbmond Street,
Rock Island, I1L
Phone West lifift-K.
Manufacturers of Saab. Doors, Blinds
and Btalra. Interior flniah of all ktoda
Hardwood Veneer Flooring-, and deal
ers In Olaaa III and 121 Eighteen lb
Real Estate and Stocks of
Bought, sold and exchanged. If yn
want to buy or have anything- to sail
or exchange let His hear from you.
NATIONAL BROKERAGE CO-
470 Ohio street Terre Haute. Ind.
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Our Tread well for floors is un
surpassed. Once tried you'll
use no other kind.
Our Trade Mark
"THE VAIiMSH OF QUALITY
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630 Seventeenth Street.
Phone 118-L. '
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