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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, 1012.
Daily United States Weather Map
! r 'Xcwjj U. s. Department of Agriculture.
! "s WEATHER BUREAU.
! r "- WILLIS L MOORE. Chief.
If EXPIATORY NOTF.ft. !r Swjplxl
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j rain: (Jj imcw: report missing. ( 3a 3 j
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I If uuf rfcturf p"1 bonrv .fr-oticl. i.rfrlpnstlnti .
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KOKKCAST FOK Kd'.'K ISLAM). I AYKM'OKT. MOL1NK AM) V1C1MTX.
Fair tonight and Tuesday; rising temperature.
WF.ATHER CONDITIONS. ,
Th a'ca of lush pK'baur: tnd fair,
rrol rh -r omthI's trrrliory
In. in Montana feiuihw;irii io Texa.-f
aii'l tii'n- eaKt'Ai-.rd to thn middle!
A'lan'ic ffiBht. I!aii;H m 'he f:is?rrn ;
portion of thf l;.!cf r',"i"n 1
Hip -xtf"iii' -iinth Atl-jnti'- coast have
T '. ii t I dii'-iui, t hf (List l!l hnurs fro;n '
a norm that Is litiiipi-ariin; tpond
N-w Ktielaud. l-lat I ! v low pris-!
r. r i (or.titr!" o' er tt;'- milf of Mfxl-,
n, a coMipati ' il liy ra in: in thf jrulf
ai.d (filth A lanfii- statfr A rain
fall of 1 7! inrh'ii is rrjort"iJ from
N v. Orli'aiif. Anoili r lnw is appear- ,
lt;r "vr tin- (:iiiadn.!i ncii':bi and,
If rvif'tiK n riHf in ; nip"ra'i:rp ne :
1 t i.oii! haM ward nr. tiie Piiwias.
On Hffoiint of th" I'.itli prff ttrs in'
the wpatward end noinhward. and thP'San Francisco fiS
approach of the northwestern low,
fair weather, with rising temperature,
is indicated for this vicinity tonight
Hich. Low. Trcp
A;lanic City 70 42
HoMcn 2 40
Huffalo 50 40
llock Island 5 4o
Ii-nver S3 32
.larksonville K8 70
Kans'ts City ."2 . .".f
New Orleans 78 70
New York 64 38
Nortolk 76 f.4
I'hoenix 74 72
St. I.ouift 56 44
St. Paul 3S
San rpo 72 58
Winnipeg . .
fiS 5G .00
6 54 .00 i
72 42 .01 '
32 .00 i
28 .00 ;
Flood. He !cht. Chng.
St. Paul 14
Rd Wiig 14
Ueed's Landing ....12
La C'ropse 12
Prairie du Chien . . .18
Le Claire 10
Kock Inland 15
1.:! 0.0 I
1.8 u.2 !
1.8 0.2 '
?,.7 0.2 i
4.5 0.2 :
2.1 0 2 !
.00 Slowly falling stages in the Missis
.OO'fii.pi will continue from bvov I)u
.00 . huiue to Muscatine.
.00 I J. -M. S.'lERIER. Local Forrcacter.
Prif n rp penorsllv mflptinnarT in
cluding Americans. Large section the j
Russian army is reported as mobiliz
ing on the border. Bu'garia seems ;
determined to force the issue with
Turkey. The great, powers are doing j
their best to avert trouble. It Is too i
early to predict the outcome, but at j
this distance there seems to be no
reason why our stocks should be much j
New York, Sept. 30. Seaafe com- :
mitt?e investigating campaign contri- .
butions resumes hearings today with
Cornelius X. Bliss. Jr.. and secretary :
to late E. H. Harriman as witnesses '
St. Louis and southwestern report for I
year ended June 30 shows five pv? '
cent, earned on preferred and a a addi
tional 3.74 per cent on common. Gov- j
ernnient's suit against I'r.ited States 1
steel continues today at Pittsburgh.
President Taft says he has no present i
intention of intervening in Mexico or
of calling congress to pass on ques- i
tion. Monon road earns 1.99 per cent :
on common stock in 1912 against 4. 88 j
in 1911. Anthracite operators com-
mon stock in 1912 statement sayiJg
there will be an abundant supply of
coal this winter. Department, of jus- !
tice decides not to resume civil suit '
against beef trust. Trade in south-
west shows marked improvement with !
merchants planning for big fall and j
winter business. American stocks in
London heavy one-eighth to five
Liverpool, England. Sept. 30.
Wheat: The steadier American cables
Saturday and the Balkan political sit- i
uation caused short covering. March j
leading the advance and later there
was further covering and prices ad- j
vanced an additional half for the '
near months with undertone strong !
and market excited. Prominent Lon- I
don firms covered here with an urgent
demand for nearby arrivals, later
th;re was some realizing and a decline
of one-quarter. Which occurred from
the extreme high on the larger world's
shipments than expected and the large
American shipments. At 1:30 p. m.
market, firm five-eighths to three-quar-trrs
higher. Cum: Sept. broke five
eighths on the larger arrivals. The
distant months were well supported
at three-eighths advance on the un
favorable weather in Roumania and
political situations. At 1:30 p. m.
market irregular, Spt. one-half low
er and Dec. three-eighths higher.
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May. 52 '2.
Septi iniu r, :'.2!s. :".2'?.
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May, :u!4, u4',. l.
Septt inner. 1C.30, HI.:
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Januurx. IS 2". ls.:;o. l.s..i.
Sfptf inlic r, io. !7. ! 1 ."."i. 10 !
Octi.ti.T. I "1.95. 11' 5. 10 '.'2,
September. lor,7. 1" 72. io.;
Octolii r, lu.50. ln.52. l".'j'".
W. So. 4 fi7'4fffiS4. No. 4 w CaUU
' CM. So. 4 v :STi
Oats - No. 2 31 ViCfi?.l "4, No. 2 w 33
;::4, No. 3 w 31'fj322. No. 4 w ao-g
I 32. standard ::2H33'4.
! Liverpool Cablrs.
Whrat opened ?8-to up; closed
I Cirn opened ' up; closed '.4 up.
iuu..u.i .an. , At(iliEon
Wheat 113 2 otoinotjve
I Coin 2P3 4S ; Sugar . . . .
Oats 324 59 St. Paul ..
Northwest Cars. ! Copper . . .
Grfat N01 thorn .
Colorado t url a:
1 Canadian Pacific
Chriapeake & Ohio
Urooklyn Raiid Transit
Paltimore & Ohio
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j Whrat 23S j ;oday.
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IS HEROIC UNDER THE KNIFE
Member Is Amputated After Practic
ally Entire Surface of Skin
2:15. Both Miss Smith and Rugh were
placed under anesthetics.
1T.0 firHK lCIIF.S TAKF.V. I
Long fitrips of flesh, each an Inch
w ide, were takeu. from the crippled
leg of the newsboy, dipped ino a sa
line solution, and bound to the limbs
of Miss Smith. A total of 150 square
inches of skin was transfer) ed. In
addition to the surgeons six nurses
were In the operating room.
MiS3 Smith was the first to he re
moved from the operating table.
Hugh's cripp.ed le was then ampu
tated, and it was not until 4:30
o'clock that he was taken to his ward.
"The operation," said Dr. Craig last
night, "was a remaikable
I though we could not oMain quite
j enough skin to rover .MUs Smith's
limbs. Granulation will, of couise.
make the deficit larper and a second
HE PAID THE PRICE.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Caih Grj;n.
Whent No 2 r UCfi 104. No. 3 r 93,
No. 4 73 f: so
Coin -No. 2 i'.9 t';.':'-4. No 2 w t',4'4
tt To. No. 2 y ! : j To. No. '.sffi
tii 'i. No 3 w ('.
! Primary Movement.
I Kereipts. Shipments
I Wheat today 2.Tlo.o;Hi !4T.nno
j Year ago l,054,OnO 1 .719,000
Corn today 039.000 CTO.O'"")
Year ago 555,000 38T.CHJ0
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs. 23.000; left over, 3.895;
RAY A B
TO NATURAL COLOR
By Common Garden Sage a
Simple Remedy for Dandruff,
Falling, Faded, Gray Hair.
No ,t y cyst . u, ic up. Light. 8.308 85;
I .25 -j g 90: heavy, 8.05S8.25; rough.
Cattle, 16.000; 10c up.
Sheep, 58,000; wek.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs strong to 5c up. Light, 8.30
8.90; bu'.k. 8.408.T5; mixed, 8.23
8.90; pigs. S.2dfjS.2h; heavy. 8.25
85; rough, 8.05tfj8.25; Yorkers, 8.80
Cattle. 18.000; shade higher. Beeves,
r.76S 11.00; stockers, 4 40 7.60; Tex
ana, 4 6i?6.25; cows, 2087.85; west
erns, 6.90 9.25; calves, 8.00(311.60.
Sheep, slow; 10c to 15c off. Natives,
3 25,14 35; lambs. 4 6596.85; west
erns, 3.4004 35; lambs, 4.75S7.20.
Cloae of Market.
Higs 6c to 10c up. Light. 8.303
8 95: bulk, 840178.80; mixed. 8.25 S
8 95; heavy, 8 108.90; rough, 8.10
if 8 30.
Cattle Best strong; others slow.
Sheep, weak. Top. 4.35. Lambs,
weak. Top, 7.20.
Western Live 8tock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
40.000 26,000 15.000
Omaha 27.000 9,000 44.000
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 13.000 8.000 44,000
Butter Creamery, 31c.
Potatoes. r0c to 05c bushel.
Cabbage, r.c head.
Onions. 55c bushel.
Sweet potatoes, $1.10 bush' 1.
Feed and Fuel.
Fora?e Timothy hay, 1S to $19.
Wheat, 85c to 90c.
Wild hay, $14 to $15.
Oats. 33c to 35c.
Corn, 05c to 63c.
Rye, per bushel, 75c to 80c.
Coal Lump, per bushel. 15c; slack.
The old ilea of Sape for dark
ening the hair is n,":;in cominjr in vogue.
Oar j:ramlmoUier lir.d dark, jrlosfy hair
at seventy-five, while our mothers are
prny before they ere fifty. Our grand
mothers kept their hair sft and glossy
w ith a "Sagi Tea," which also restored
the natural color.
One objection to using such a prepar
ation was the trouble of making it.
Taia objection has been overcome by
the Wyeth Chemical Company of New
York, who ha placed on the market a
surtcrior preparation of Satre. combined
with Sulphur and other valuable reme- I Kansas City
o: ior oajiaruu, norarg scalp, and
thin, weak, falliiiir hair.
The beauty of the hair depends more
or iu rich, even shvlir.ir than anything
cl n. Don't have dry. harsh faded hair,
w''.en a simple, harmless remedy will
brirf t ack the color in a few davs; and
d n't be tonr.ctiiod with !andrufr, itca-i-.t
sclp er.d kxse, falling hairs.
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will quickly correct these troubles, and
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Wiliinm Rugh, rrippled Gary news
boy, a former rcfid-nt of Rock Island,
yesterday made good his promise to
suffer the loss of a leg that another
. rson might live.
To save the life cf a girl whom he
never had seen, the boy allowed him- 1 skin grafting will be necessary. This,
self to be placed on a hospital operat- ! however, will not be performed for
, ,, I s evenil days."
ins table, to have practically the en- , , , ., . .,
1 ! olunteers for the second operation
tire surface of skin removed from the s have already appeared. Among them
useless let-, and then to have that ' are Chief of Police Joseph D. Martin,
member nmptuatcd. I Capt. August Newman and Hay Hob-
Hugh, although a cripple, heretofore I eitJ- ... , ,
Ri'gh, It is expected, will be confined
i:a3 been able to ply his trade of sell- ,h)1 hosr,iia, fo. a I!tri(!f, of fivc
papers with the use of one crutch, weeks. Plans almaoy have lien made
jjeneforth he will be compelled to j by prominent women in Gary to sr.p
u.e two crutches. j ply him with a:i artificial leg when he
Bat the thought of his hardship did : is released from the hospital.
Chicago, Sept. 30. Weather
over the week end was about
an average. Eastern states and gulf
states received some rainfall. Ninety
per cent of United States big rain
belts had good weather for farm work.
Temperatures in a few Instances got
to freezing point. A few reports on
effect of last week's low temperatures
are due today. Wheat visible sbou d
again increase liberally. Newspaper
comments lean to bear side. Seems
to be much belief in a final further
liberal break in wheat. Final day
for Sept. deliveries comes today and
no special developments are expect
ed in oats or wheat. Sept. corn is
a guess, but it is cot likely to figure
Seriously above cash prices. Dec.
corn bulls figure that an old corn
not for a moment deter the boy in
making the sacrifice. He bore the
operation without flinching, and after
it was over he sent word to his com
rades of the street corners lhat he
would be '"back cn the job" within a
MHET FIRST TIMK I tlOMTI AI,
It was when Hugh was taken to the
operating room of the hospital, ready
for the stripping of his leg. that he
first met the young woman for whom
he had agreed to make the sacrifice.
She is Miss Mary Smith, who, about
five weeks ago, was severely burned
while riding on a motorcycle with her
fiance. Pay Roberts.
For several days her life hung in the
balance. Then the eurgeons said that
she could live if new skin could be
grafted from another person's upon
her burned limbs.
Rugh beard of the case and imme
diately went to Dr. J. A. Craig and
offered to allow the necessary amount
of skin to be taken from his useless
"But it will mean that you will lose
your leg." explained the surgeon "We
Rugh has been in Gary two years.
His news stand, where he sells be
tween 1.500 and 2.000 papers each day,
is his means of support.
KNKI.01'KII IX Fli VIKS.
Miss Smith lives on the outskirts
of Gary. The accident which so nearly
resulted fatally occurred late in Au
gust. A spark from the engine of her
sweetheart's motorcycle ought the
edge of her skirt and the stiff breeze
created by the speed of the machine
fanned it into instant flame.
Before Roberts could stop the ma
chine the girl was enveloped in flames
and screaming with agony. Roberts
tried in vain to tear away the burning
skirt. His hands were burued in the
Passengers from a passing street
ear came to his aid and the flames
were extinguished by rolling the girl
on the ground.
Ismail Pasha's Whim Was a Costly and
Short Lived One.
Ismail Pnsba. former viceroy and khe
dive of Egypt, in spite of his Europenn
education nml iissocintion. maintained
throughout bis life an oriental love of
lavishuess nud display.
While traveling In France he was
entertained at P.elleau. the country es
tate of his friend Krnvnls. The host
bad made his entire fortune from
Egyptlnn concessions and consequent
ly exerted himself to his utmost to
nnike his noble visitor's slay a pleas
ant one. Bnivais succeeded a little
success, 1 better than he liked, for the kheilive.
niter admiring tne estate, orrerea 10
buy It. The proposition came as a
shock to Bnivais. who did nut wish to
offend bis patron and yet had no Idea
of parting with his beloved estate.
"But. sir." he siild. "ltelleuu Is not
"Yet I wish to buy It." replied Ismail,
unperturbed. "How much?"
Bnivnls. believing to put nn end to
1111 enilinrriissing sitiritlnn by naming
nn imMissible price. ' said Jokingly.
"Ah.' If your highness were to offer
me S.OfKi.ilOO francs"
"They are yours." Interrupted the
viceroy, "find P,e!le:iu Is mine."
Ismail Pasha extended his visit nnd
during t!ie next week continued to ex
press his iidiiilratlon of tiie pbiee. al
though he did not allude to the previ
ous eon versn tion. Brnvnls begun to
hope that he had forgotten It.
On the day of bin departure Ismail
was about to step Into his carriage
when he turned to his host.
"My dear Brnvnis." he said. "I never
break my word. Here Is :i check for
two rnl lluuf. As for Belleiiu. I give
!t to you. "-Arthur Meyer In "What I
the iwKnspectlnrr governor released on
his command two other ex-republlc-ans.
Generals Lnborle and Guidnl, pris
oners on a like charge to his own.
Together they proceeded to a neigh
boring barracks, announced to the
commandant thnt Nartoleon was dead
and that they were acting by the de
cree of the senate, ordered the troops
to le paraded nnd dispntcbed bodies
of men upon various duties. Some ar
rested Ravery, the minister of police;
others the police prefect. Another bat
tallon seized the Hotel de Vllle.
F.veryltody obeyed Malet Implicitly,
even the prefect of the Seine, nnd bo
would undoubtedly have gained pos
session of Paris hud he not been rec
ognised by I.aliorde. chief of the mili
tary police, as nn escaped prisoner.
He wns arrested after n scuffle, the
plot was unraveled, nnd In due course
Malet. with twenty-three of his abet
tors, was shot-
MA LET'S DARING PLOT.
"I think." said Mrs. Cumrox. who
was arranging a musical program,
"that we will have a mezzo soprano."
"All right." replied ber indulgent
would have to take so much skin that husband. "Don't bother me about IL
afterward it would be necessary to J "bead and aee an architect."
amputate the leg."
"That's all right, doctor." responded
scarcity will continue through Oct. ilne lnat iee never did me any
despite movement of some corn in ROO1 11 8 a nuisance, so go ahead
southwest. All wheat months at Liv- j aBd take it off."
erpool are up five-eighths to three- f',RI- M1KE protest.
quarters. There is a little surprise Though pitifully frail and emaciated
and may cause some firmness here. 1 f'-v 'n,f,nse suffering, the plucky girl re-'
He Died Anyhow.
This was the way a native physician
io India tilled out a death certificate:
"I am of a mind that he died (or lost
his life for want of foodings or on ac
count of starvation. Mavle also for
Success Might Have Made Him
Master of Pari.
A Ixild scheme was that engineered
by Malet. a Frenchman. Malet had
been a republican general, was ruined
by the rise of Napoleon, betook himself
to plotting, was arrested and finally
Durlnjr the emperor's absence In Rus
sia tn 1S12 Malet escaped one night
from his prison, obtained a general's
nnlform and with nn accomplice
dressed as an nld-de-eamp made hi
way to the prison of La Force, "bc
A Potato Collection.
Potatoes are used for other than
feeding purposes. A writer In Notes
and Queries recenily recorded the
case of n man who bus filled a cabinet
"with n series of Hinall wrinkled ob
jects which look nnd feel like large
pebbles" They are not pebbles, how
ever, tint potatoes, which have become
petrified by being curried a long time
In the pocket. Each potato Is marked
with a small label bearing nn inscrip
tion such as "Carried from Nov. 12.
iaSS. to May IS. 18!K). Very efflcnclous."
The collector claims that the potato
carried in the trousers pocket hna
proved to be the best of the many
remedies he tins tried for rheumatism.
He carries u potato until the return
of the twinges seems to testify to the
decline of its curative properties. Then
he takes a new potato nnd locks the
old one up In his cabinet. London
One of the most singular Instances of
punishment for 1111 oversight was that
shown by the commitment of nn alma
nac milker to the lt:istille In 1717. It
was made out by order of the Duke of
Orleans, regent during the minority of
Iuis V. of France, and read as fol
lows: "Laurence d'llenry. for disre
upect to King George I. In not mention
lug lilm In his almanac as king of
Great Britain" How long this un
lucky iilmnnac maker remained In pris
on Is unknown The register of the
l!;isti!le. examined at the time of the
revolution, failed i throw any light 011
Get a fiftV Cent bottl fmm rnnr
druggist today, and prove this to
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York. Sept. 30. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
I'n'on Pacific ITS
I". S. Steel preferred 116T
1". S. Steel common T9T
L?if tWntiffail,'.A11 S Hock Island preferred"".:
Soney w5l I be Ve f unded if the Rock l8,Md comnion
remedy ia not exactly as represented. Northwestern M424
j Southern Pacific 113r,
:ctal agenta. Harper House phar-1 pw ork Cen'ral 11714
Decatur repo. damage to corn by" j accept Rush s offer 'until lafit , other thing, or eomfortnb:e. and most
frost in central Illinois is very little , Friday. Her condition was becoming ! Probabl h d"'d b7 drowning.
if any. Decatur also claims new corn j rapidly worse and Dr. Craig w as hasti-:
jean be contracted safely so far as 1 lT summoned from Lebanon, Pa., j Dw. .' Al ,
j quality is concerned, nino.s dealers,- he wa8 M ha;e married 1 rT
say look out for car shortage in corn 'o d:ss Mary Arno.d yesterday. His IInpl nt B.1Terwliat voo M-l
ana contract ior twice as much as g wag pes'ponea mat ne might
. .173S 1 you wiil need
Winter wheat in ren- return to Garv
0C4 j tral Illinois mostly in and fall plow-: Ruch was the first cne to enter the i
hiin? Second Ditto Good morning.
, operat. ng room. He was placed on i
IhA -r.O r o T ! n rr f -J V 1 fl A . Q r.' .. 1 - I
ew ior. Sept. 30. The strained ; A few minutes later Miss Smith was
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................ ,uu a ii ii tiai bvmiim ih 1 n m irn n- 1 nt- i "4 1 ,
iw;. l,ta bt. and 2nd Ave, J Missouri Faciflc 45i4!ii factor forejn todaj.i Dr. Cral w-xted the operation at
Nothing to Brag About.
"I never hear von bragging about
"r Tbev nil hart work for
ltvicjt too." Detroit Free Preta.
While all Old Sores are not canccroti3 in their aaturo, every slow
I healing ulcer shows a degenerated condition of the l,!'od. Virulent impu
rities in the circulation procure anry. discharging ulcers, v. inlo milder
and more inert germs are usually manifest: A ia U.c fona of indolent sores
or dry, ecaboy places. Kfjorts to Leal an old sere with c ::tc riii.1 applica
tions always result ia failure because cjth treatment d- not reach thi
blood, and the u.cer w.il continue to eat deeper into
the surrounding fle:,h as lon j as a poilu.'.d circula
tion discharges its iinpuritiea into il. S.S.S. heals
eld cores of every nature hy purifying 'lie Ll--!.
It goes to the fountain-head cf t!:e IrouLlc- an 1
drives out the frcnn-j.roncir:g poir.ons and nioibi l
impurities which prevent th,- place from healing.
Thei a stream of rich, notinshirg L'.ood, which
S. S. S. creates, causes a perfect and natural knit
ting together of all flesh f:';ris, making a thorough
and permanent cure. The sore does uot "come
back" when S. S. S. has made a crre, because its source L;-3 Leca des
troyed. Book oa eoses and ulcers and medxal advice irtx.
THE SYiFT SPECIFIC C0 ATLANTA. CL