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THE ROCK ISITAND ARGUS, MOST AY, MARCH 11, lflig
BAAS IN SONG RECITAL.
ALEXIUS BAAS APPEARED IN
Bong recital under the auspices of the
Mo'ine Woman'8 club music depart
ment, Saturday afternoon at the First
Congregational church, Mollne. What
ever disappointment may have been
occasioned ty the failure of Charles
WakefW.-Id Caiman to give his Ameri
can Indian music talk was fully at
toned for In the performanre of Mr.
' I:aas. He hag a varltone voice of
ytry beautiful quality, there Is a rich
ness of tone and volume and his tech
nic is very good. Mr. Baas appeared
before the club two years ago and at.
time won much favorable comment
and those who heard him Saturday
were impressed with the added finish
WIFE UKES AMERICA
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Madame Vassilieff, wife of the n-v-1
attache of the Kunalan embassy at
Washington, ha expressed a decided
preference for lifj In America over
that of Kussla.
"Your people," he snld. "are so in
teresting, so vivacious, so different
from the stolid creatures one meets
la St. Petersburg"
Madame VassilletT ia young, at
tractive, and one of the best gowned
women In :)ie diplomatic et.
his last years of work have brought
about. His program was given as out
lined last week and it would be diffi
cult to determine just which number
was best given. His dramatic ability
is marked In numbers of his songs as
is his versatility of Interpretation of
the lighter compositions. The number
included a song, the music of which
Mr. Baas wrote to words by Esther G
White, and this he gave very well. H"
responded to a number cf encores
which included several Irish dialect
songs. Tne program closed v;th a
dramatic reading of Longfellow's
"King Robert of Sicily" with musical
setting by Cole. Miss Effie Johnson
at the piano played in her usual per
feet way and with much sympathy and
deserved the words of praise that Mr,
After the program the audience was
asked to remain and partake of light
refreshments served in the church din
MRS. LINDORFF ON PROGRAM
MRS. MURREL ROSE LINDORFF
of this city gave an organ recital at
St. Joseph's chapel of the Immaculate
Conception of Davenport, last evening
assisted by Mrs. T. B. Reidy of this
city, Miss Alice O'Connor and Mrs. El
la Hogarty. The organ is the gift of
the alumnae of the school and is
beautiful instrument run by electricity,
The audience was so large that stand
ing room was at a premium and the
members of the school were seated in
the hall. The solemn benediction was
given by Right Rev. James Davis, D,
D., bishop of the diocese of Davenport
assisted by Rev. O. W. Mc
Guire and iRev. J. H. Stahl
and it was sung by Mrs. Reidy, Miss
O'Connor and Mrs. Hogarty.
The organ numbers given by Mrs
Ivindorff were: Prelude, Allegro and
Prayer in E, by Guiltnant, Andante
in A, by Smart, Intermezzo, by W.
Rhys-Herbert, Communion in G, by Ba
tiste, HumoreFque, by Dvorak and Of
fertory In A, by Read. Mrs. Reidy
sang "The Publican," Mrs. Hogarty's
number was "The Savior's Command"
by Chapman and Miss O'Connor sang a
gloria by Buzzy-Pecci. The program
was one of special merit and every
They beat the mails
THE WESTERN UNION TELEGRAPH COMPANY
number was splendidly given. Mrs.
Lindorff is a graduate of the Immacu
late Conception academy and has been
studying at Augustana consenaiuu.
MR- AND MRS. JOSEPH FLEISCH-
mann of Twelfth and Brady streets.
rven no rt vesterday entertained at a
reception in honor of their daughter,
Miss Fannie Fleischmann, whose en
casement to Harry B. Block of this
city was announced last week. During
the afternoon and evening lol tn-cuy
people called to offer congratulations
and best wishes. The house was dec
orated with a profusion of early spring
Cowers, roses, carnations and lilies,
many of the flowers having been sent
to the honoree. In the dining room.
where a collation was served, the din
lne table was laid with a beautiful lace
cloth, and as a centerpiece was a large
basket of daffodils, the handle or wnicn
was tied with tulle. Many beautiful
gifts were given Miss Fleischmann.
Assisting in pouring were the Misses
Rothschild, and Miss Celia Wilraers-
dorf of Chicago. Miss Irene Lobenstela
of Cedar Rapids, and Miss Rena Abra
hams of St. Louis were out-of-town
MISS BESSIE MAY WILDER AND
Chester Marion Grafton of Moline
CIVIL WAR SOLDIERS ,
OBSERVE BATTLE DATE
The members of John Buford post
of the G. A. "R. met Saturday night
at Memorial hall and celebrated the
50th anniversary of the battle be
tween the Monitor and Merrimac
the famous battleships of the Civil war.
The gathering was largely attended
and all enjoyed thoroughly the fol
Martial music Moline Drum
Address William McConochie.
Solo Walter Taylor.
Reading Miss Henrietta Kinner.
Story of the battle between the
Monitor and Merrimac as it ap
peared to an eye witness J. C. Sug
Address Hon. William Payne.
Refreshments were served by the
Woman's Relief corps.
Lawrence, Mass. Although leaders
In the textile workers' strike express
the belief that the end is close at
hand, with a considerable victory for
the strikers already assured by the
granting of general increases in wag-
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WILLIS U MOORE. Chief.
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Observations taken at 8 a. ra.. seventy-flfth me
ridian time. Air pressure reduced t sea level.
Ibobars (continuous lines) pass through points
of equal all pressure. Isotherms (rioiUMi lines)
pass through points or equal temperature; drawu
only for xero, froezine. 90, and luu.
O clear; O partly cloudy; Q cloudy;
rain: snow; report missing.
Arrows fly with the wind. First figures, lowest
temperature past 12 hours: second, precipitation
or .01 inch or more for past 24 hours: third, maxi
mum wind Telocity.
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FORECAST FOB ROCK ISLAND, DAVKXPORT. MOUSE AND VICIX ITT.
Snow and colder tonight wirh the lowest temperature about 15 degrees. Tuesday gener
ally fair and colder with easterly winds turning to northerly winds and becoming high.
s WEATHER CONDITIONS.
The area of low pressure shown Sat
urday over Arizona has advanced to
Kansas and is attended hy snow or
rain from southern California and the
Rocky mountain plateau to the central
valleys, while higher temperatures are
general In about all sections beaween
the Rockies and the Alleghanies. An
area of high pressure occupies the mid
dle Atlantic states, and another high.
accompanied by much colder weather.
is central over Saskatchewan and
northeastern Montana. Owing to the
Mr. Helen Story, young wife of Allen Lawrence Story, whose moth
er. Mrs. William Cummings Story. 1" prominent In New York suffrage
circles, made emphatic denials on the witness stand of her husband's
charges in his divorce suit in New i'ork. He declared his wife spent part
of last summer at a cottage at Navesink Beach with Stanley Forde. an
actor, and Forde's sister, who afterward departed, leaving them there
alone. Witnessea testified they heard Forde call Mrs. Story "wifie" during
thir ta v at tha cottage. Story was granted a divorce.
were married Thursday morning at
8 o'clock at the parsonage of the
Second Congregational church by
Rev. R. S. Haney. They were at
tended by Mr. and Mrs. Ernest John
son. The bride is the daughter or
Mr. and Mrs. Wellington Wilder, and
Mr. and Mrs. Grafton will make their
home there for the time being. Mr.
Grafton is employed by the Midland
The O. E. S. Sewing circle will meet
in the parlors of the Masonic temple
tomorrow afternoon. The hostesses
will be Mrs. D. Kennedy and Mrs. Nan
The Christian Endeavor society of
Aiken street, which was to have met
this evening with Mrs. William Glor
field, 2S07 Sixth avenue, has been
A meeting of the board of direc
tors of the Associated Charities will
be held at the Association house, 637
Seventeenth street. Thursday even
ing, March 14, at 7:30.
eastward movement of the southwest
ern low and the northwestern high,
colder weather is indicated for this vi
cinity, with snow tonight, followed by
generally fair conditions Tuesday.
The present easterly winds will shift
to northwesterly and become high.
Atlantic City 3G
Boston ... .......... 3S
Rock Island 28
Jacksonville 52 42 .00
Kansas City 28 2S .88
New Orleans 56 48 .02
New York 34 22 .00
Norfolk 46 32 .00
Phoenix 54 44 .00
St. Louis 32 26 .48
St. Paul 32 24 .00
San Diego 64 48 .02
San Francisco 54 46 .00
Seattle 54 36 .00
Washington, D. C 40 26 .00
Winnipeg 34 4 .00
Yellowstone Park .. . 14 .06
' J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
Boy a home of Reidy Bros.
Trt-City Towel Supply company.
For express, call Spencer ft Trefx
Kerler Rug company for vacuum
Smoke the Grand Dictator 5-cent
cigar, better than ever.
Six per cent farm mortgage. Llt
ten ft Roberts, Peoples National
es, there is no let up in preparations
for continuing the struggle.
heeling, . va. Police reserves
were called out to quell a riot to gain
admission to the tabernacle in which
"Billy" Sunday, evangelist, is conduct
ing a six weeks' revival.
Auburn, Me. Snatched from its crib
by a ranic-stricken mother, a baby
was dropped out of the window of a
burning building into the arms of
spectator four stories below, without
injury, and without awakening it from
Rome The Italian government has
issued a denial that war vessels bom
barded the City of Smyrna.
Gibraltar Mrs. Henry W. Taft. Ma
jor Archibald W. Butt, military aid to
President Taft, and Mrs. Charle8 R.
Gilbert arrived here Sunday from New
York on the steamer Berlin.
Paris The French people of late
have been showing intense Interest in
the army, bunday evening 'President
FaUieres reviewed the Paris garrison
ai. the Bois de yincennes. Ten mili
tary aeroplanes and two dirigibles
were -used at the review.
Acajutla. Salvador United States
Secretary of State Philander C. Knox
and party arrived in this republic Sun
day. The cruiser Maryland reached
here early in the day from napala,
Honduras, and the secretary later pro
ceeded to San Salvador.
comes from Dr. J. T. Curtiss, Dwight,
Kan. He writes: "I not only have
cured bad cases of eczema in my pa
tient with Electric Bitters, but also
cured myself by them of the same dis
ease. I feel sure they will benefit any
case of eczema." This shows what
thousands have proved, that Electric
Bitters Is a most effective blood puri
fier. It's an excellent remedy for ec
tema. tetter, salt rheum, ulcers, boils
and running sores. It stimulates liver,
kidneys and bowels, expels poisons,
helps digestion, builds up the strength.
Price 50 cents. Satisfaction guaran
teed by all druggists.
news all the time. The
(By wire from E. W. Wagner & Co..
Grain, Provisions, Stocks and Cotton.
Local offices at Rock Island bouse. Rock
Island. 111. Chicago office. 98-99-lOu.
Board of Trade, iocal telephones. No.
west 330.) . .
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS
May, 104, 105, 104, 104.
July, 99. 100, 99, 100.
September, 9G78. 97, 9ti?i, 97.
May, 72V4, 734. 72y4. 72.
July, 72V, 734. 72Vi, 72.
September, 72, 73Vi, 72 '4, 72.
May, 53, 54, 53. 53.
July. 49. 50. 49, 50.
September, 42. 43, 42. 43.
May, 15.90, 16.00, 15.87, 15.92.
July, 16.12, 16.25, 16.10, 16.20.
May, 9.32, 9.40, 9.32, 9.40.
July, 9.47, 9.60, 9.47, 9.60.
May, 8.80, 8.87. 8.80, 8.87.
July, 8.85, 8.97, 8.85, 8.95.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Corn No. 3 6869, No. 3 w 69V4
69, No. 3 y 6869, No. 4 6667,
No. 4 w 6768'4. No. 4 y 6668,
sgm 62 ( 65, sgy 6465.
Oats No. 2 53, No. w 5455.
No. 3 w 53'454, No. 4 w 5054,
Wheat opened to up, closed
lower to V up.
Corn opened up; closed V4 to
Light 6.40g 6.62. Heavy 6.40 6.75.
Mixed 6.406.70. Rough 6.40G.65.
Cattle, best steady, others weak. Top
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 7,000 7.000 7,000
Omaha 5,700 3,700 900
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 32,000 12,000 25,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, March 11. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 16G
U. S. Steel preferred ...110
U. S. Steel common 64
Rock Island preferred 49
Rock Island common 23
Southern Pacific 109
New York Central 112 Vi
Missouri Pacific 40
Great Northern 132
Northern Pacific 118
Louisville & Nashville 15G
Modern Woodmen Attention.
A meeting will be held tonight at
8:30 at Knights of Columbus hall,
corner Nineteenth street and Second
avenue. Neighbor S. S. Tanner, a
member of the board of directors,
will discuss tbe readjustment of
rates. He is a live wire, convincing
and entertaining, and will doubtless
interest all. Camp No. 26 extend3
a cordial invitation to all neighbors
in the tri-cities, Milan and vicinity.
It is tbe desire of the camp that a
large crowd be present.
MILLARD T. STEVENS.
ELMER F. JOHNSON,
day. Week. Year
Minneapolis 377 355 450
Buluth 14 20
Winnipeg 775 731
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow,
A week i3 all I
will ask you to
pay me on a 17
jewel watch in a
25 year 14 -karat
gold filled Hunt
ing or open face
case. Buying a
watch is indeed
don't put off,
but come right to
my store and;
pick out the watch
you want. Simons'
Jewelry store, 305
Colorado Fuel & Iron 24
Canadian Pacific 231
Illinois Central 136
Lead 53 4
Chesapeake & Ohio 73
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 797s
Baltimore & Ohio 103
St. Paul 107
Lehigh Valley 163
Republic Steel common 19
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
March 11. Following are the quota
tions on the market today:
Butter Dairy, 35c; creamery, 45c.
Lard, 12 c.
Feed and Fuel.
Clover hay, $15.
Forage-Timothy hay, $20 to $22.
Wild hay, $14 to $17.
New corn, 55c to 68c.
Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; slack,
Corn today . .
Year ago ....
Medicines that aid nature are al
ways most successful. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
loosens tbe cough, relieves the lungs,
opens the secretions and aids nature
in restoring the system to a healthy
condition. Sold by all druggists.
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 52,000. Left over 5,318. Mar
ket strong to 5c higher. Light 6.40
6.65. Mixed 6.406.75. Heavy 6.40
Sheep 24,000; strong to 10c up.
Cattle 28,000; steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs Light 6.406.62. Mixed 6.40
6.70. Heavy 6.40 6.72. Rough 6.40
6.50. Bulk 6.55 6.65. Pigs 4.C0;
6.25. Yorkers 6.55 6.60.
Cattle 28,000; market steady to 10c
lower. Beeves 5.00 8.80. Texans 4.70
6.00. Westerns 5.10 7.00. Calves
Sheep 28,000; steady to strong. Na
tives 3.75 5.50. Lambs, natives 5.25
Close of Market.
Hogs 58,000; steady. Bulk 6.55 6.65.
318 Twenty-second St.
Express, baggage and
Hauling of All Kinds.
Call West 981.
C. H. TH0RNHILL
If you have any horses
mule3 to sell, see
o to have the best eye help
jS po33ible that's why we in-
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g vii,c yuu iu nave yuur eyes
want to buy
mules call at
Thornhill Sales Stables
318 TWENTY-SECOND ST.
examined and fitted here.
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