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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1012.
Daily United States Weather Map
U. . Department oi Agriculture.
WILLIS L. MOORE. Chirf.
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er6ham to test the constitutionality of
the newspaper publicity law. In so
doing he sustained demurrers interpos
ed by the government.
COAL VALLEY WILL
I BE LIGHTED UP SOON
Coal Valley is soon to have electric
' li&hts to illuminate its streets and j
J homes at night. The town council j
yesterday granted a franchise to E. C.
j W alsh, Jr., L. Livingstone and Paul I
j Wagner for supplying power, the con-1
i tract lasting for 25 years. The three ;
nen win incorporate a company, se-:
cure capital and install the plant as
soon as practicable. TVhether power
will be secured from the new plant at
Fears or from the Walsh plant at
Edwards river on the Rock Island
Southern has not been announced.
There is a possibility that a new
plant will be erected at Coal Valley at
which the power will be generated.
An Absorbing Romance of a Southern
Family in New York
KOKKCAST FOR UOCK ISLAM. UHTCXPORT. MOLIXK A XI) VICE ITT.
Fair tonight and probably Friday, continued mild temperature.
Rainn in the kh!' wctions hav- ai;:i!ri
r"bult'd f.otn 'iip Ktnith'.ru storm
which appears Ui br tei.trai off the
coast of extreme southern Texas. At
Corpus Christl th- ralufa'l during the
pant 24 hours a;iioiirit-d to 2 7'" inrhes.
and the miixi:nu:n wind -loci'y at the
sain" station was 4o m.ltn pit hour.
J!ikh ti'iiii-ra'iir' .- nvr lh" iiorthern
. S(;rtiO!lh rant of til'- Unrkifrt ttlld lltlt
rains on ':! north J'arilit' coabt have
accompanied the northwestern low
which shown a further incn a.se in in
f iiHlty and is central over southern
Alberta. The prc-tur- is iiinheHt in
1li" mlddi" ii n! houth AMantic sc
tloiib anil in wetTii Oregon. This
riiHiritnit.oii of uir prensure will be at
t ii ; 1 l' fair v.iiith-r in ihls vicinity
tonight i.ini prohiilily Kriihn. wiilicoti
'.im 'd tniiil t n:-rat urc.
! High. Low.
Atlantic City 60 48
Boston 66 42
Buffalo 64 50
1 Rock Island 71 50
Denver 72 42
Jacksonville 78 70
, Kansas City . 74 50
New Orleans 7C 71
New York CO 44
Norfolk 5G 46
' Phoenix S8 BO
St. Iju'.s 70 54
ft. Taul 74 fO
au Diego 84 CS
Si'.n Francisco 76 56
Seattle 50 4
; Washington, D. C. . . .64 ?.r,
, Winnipeg 72 ::x
I Yellowstone I'ark ... 44
Flood. Height. Chng.
jSt. Paul 14 1.3
Red Wing 14 2.1
Reed's Landing 12 2.1
! La Crosse 12 2.5
' Lansing 18 2.8
! Prairie du Chien ...18 2.9
! Dubuque 18 3.4
; Clinton 16
! Ije Claire 10 1.5
MORSTNG GRAIX LETTER.
Chicago, Oct. 17. Newspaper senti
ment has again veered to the bear
side. There Is a lot of bearish gossip
on tap. Everyone is talking heavy
hedging 6ales and big movement.
All the old lower price arguments
are rehashed. War Is branded a minor
factor. Bulgaria, Servia and Greece
have declared war.
Weather all over North America is
perfect. The corn belt has received
one week of fine conditioning weather.
The east refuses to buy cash corn
and oats on any bulge. A bulge dries
the east up. The corn futures are
acting normally. They often find a
common level at this time of year.
October low points in corn are rarely
j exceeded in November.
i Some heavy wheat buying by the
! leader who is the strone influence at
0.0 I TTg.egfl Pitv io rMmoit PfnHnnta o
declared in an easy position, but they
will be influenced by corn, and I can
not figure a running break.
Rock Island 15
Nearly stationary stages in the Mis
sissippi wiill prevail from below Du
buque to Clinton
New York, Oct. 17. Amalgamated
Copper dividend will probably be plac
ed on a 6 per cent basis today.
Servia. Bulgaria and Greece expect
ed to declare war on Turkey today.
A falling tendency ! Foreisn markets showed better feeling
will continue from Le Claire to Mus-j "-"'""" " "e.ier mat peace
' arrangements titn-en itij anrf Tnr.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today' s Market Quotations
Vv nirf from K. W. Wagnor & CC
nr:'..i.. I .visions. Storks ami Cotton.
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EOARO CF TRADE TRANSACTIONS,
No. 4 w
T 1 1 !n;er.
M. . '.'
I O'I'.r1 1 .
flf,4 No. 4 r,2 7(C3
No. 4 y C2'4(i0a.
Oats No. 2 w r.4:4fj35Vj
Zi'dWi, No. 4 w 32Vi!&2a,
S3a"j 34 V.
Wluat opened ln to " off; ilosed 'u
off to 1 up.
Corn opened unchanged; closed un
chatiKud to M up.
Chief 2 Receipts.
key increases chances of localizing the
war in the Balkans.
The Iron Age says that further price
advances in finished steel products
with most mills sold to capacity for
six months ahead have brought about
a condition in the steel trade tempting
to speculative buyers.
American stocks in London are
heavy, generally to lower.
Tobacco products directorate will
lorntrs. .include Daniel G. Reid. J. D. Rian and
a representative of Henry C. Frit k.
C214'gfi3, 9 15, bulk 8.85-59.15. mixed 8.609.30.
pigs 4.75S7.75, heavy R. 559.25, good
No. 3 w S.so'19.25, rough 8.55S 8.80,
standard Sf-Oo 9.15.
. t attle slow and weak. Heeves 5.5U Roosevelt rnntlmiAR tn i
i r'i Blockers 4.5" f 5.85. Texans j may eave for ovster na s,,,,'.
cows 2.907 7.90. westerns , Tne coppPr market ls firmer wjth a
calves 7.oi( lO.oO. ; good demand at home at 17-v. pnfa
Sheep strong, 10c up. Natives 3.60 j f or electrolytic. Europe Is expected to
"a 4.!o, lambs 5.00 7.55, westerns 3.75 j buy freely soon
H4.85. I ; .
! 4. 25 Ti 7.45
' b'a'il 9.0"
I S'c i!iter.
Oc'iiin r, closed 17 45.
Jutuui.y. lie:;.'.. !; 42.
May, l'.Um, 19 02. 1 !
Octolier, 11.C7. 11.67,
January, 1 1.115, 1 1 o7.
32 Si, 32',
H' 25. 19.25.
10.42. le.47. 10.42
(VUber, 10 90, M.;i;,, 10.90, 10.92.
January, 10.25. 10.30. 10.22, 10 22.
May. 10.05, 10.05, 10.W), ic.00.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicaeo Cash Grain.
Vbit-No 2 r looi Iiik, No. 3 r Pi
fa 104. No. 2 h 92'4iji'4. No. 3 h ifu
1'2'4. No. 1 rut 92'j94. No. 2 ns 92'a
P2. No. 3 ns S53h9, No 2 s s9Tj'91. No.
3 s MffSS, No. 4 s -mi;.j .,",.
Corn- No 2 64 '.1 No 2 w 644
,'(jr.4'4. No 2 y 04V, ; M 1 No 3 tJ35
i'.3. No 3 w 6Uly64, No. 3 y 63
Wli. at 56 19
Corn 117 23
iuata 225 34
I Northwest Cars. j
j To- Last Last
' day. .Week. Year
Minneapolis 6?2 550 351
Duluth t'.i;3 979 IV, '
! Winnipeg 1KU 814 54
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
j Win at 102 !
I Corn 1"7 j
1 Oars 227
i Primary Movement,
I Receipts. Shipmeuts '
'Wheat tc.day 2,oo0.n0n 1,669niO 1
Year a.;o 1,035.000 452.0'i0 1
Corn today 266.000 COS.ooO !
Year ago 445,000 253,o00
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of MarKat, :
Hogs 2",(mp0. shade lower; left over!
7,614. Light 8.50(5 9.15. mixed 8.6o ;
9 25. Ltavy 8.55f59-25, rough 8.65
Cattle 6.500; weak.
Shevp 22.11'in; liic up.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs 20,oo0; steady. Light S.60
Close of trie Market.
Hogs slow, 5c to 0c lower. Light
S.4'"f 9.10, bulk S.Sti(J 9.15, mixed 8.50
(f9.25, heavy 8.55(9.25, rough S.55
Cattle slow and weak; top 10.95.
Sheep strong; top 4.90.
Lambs strong; top 7.55.
western Live Stock.
NAT GOODWIN SUED FOR
$20,000 FOR ALIENATION
San Diego, Cal., Oct 17. Nat Good
win is named as defendant in a dam
age suit, said to be for $20,000, filed
by C. N. Doughty, who charges the ac
tor with alienating Mrs. Doughty's af-
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep fections.
Kansas City S.OO0 5.000 18.0O0 Doughty is a real estate broker,
Omaha 3,900 4,600 14,000 who opened an office here recently. He
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattie. Sheep.
Chicago 16.000 2,000 17,000
could not be found last night by re
Goodwin's father arrived from Bos-
1 ton during the day to visit his son.
NEW YORK STOCKS. j Peltier man "took much stock" in the
New York. Oct. 17. Following are i damage suit.
the quotations on roe market today. j
1 nion Pacific 172 1
V. S. Steel preferred 114V lne actr as injured recently
I". S. Steel common 79 1 wni'e trying to land in a small boat I
on a dangerous rock while boatinz.
with an actress.
Mrs, Goodwin, mother of the actor,
is expected to arrive soon. She hopes
to nurse her son back to health.
This noted novel by the author of "The Clans
man" and "The Leopard's Spots" is the topic of
the hour in the book world. It tells of vitally
interesting phases of everyday life in big busi
ness, political and society circles.
We Are Privileged to Announce That the Story Will Be
Run in This Paper in Serial Form
The Opening Installment
will be printed in next
Rock Island preferred
Rock Island common
Southern Pacific ...
.. 33 h
i JOSEPH M. 0M0 IS AT HEAD
1 4 on liili mt
HABITS OF THRIFT ARE EASILY ACQUIRED IF YOU
MAINTAIN A CHECKING ACCOUNT.
THE ACCUMULATION IN
ARTICLES NOT REALLY
YOUR ATTIC REPRESENTS
NEEDED BUT HASTILY
OPEN A CHECKING ACCOUNT TODAY AND IT WILL
SURPRISE YOU HOW READILY YOU WILL GET INTO
THE HABIT OF GIVING A SECOND THOUGHT BEFORE
MAKING A PURCHASE.
New York Central 116
Missouri Pacific 45
Great Northern 139 1,
Iuisville & Nashville 160
Colorado Fuel & Iron 411
Canadian Pacific 267
Illinois Central 129
Erie ."."..".".'.".!."";;; 35: Simple Remedy for Dandruff,
tnesapeane & unio g3
Brooklyn Rapid Transit . . .
Raltimore & Ohio
By Common Garden Sage a
imple Remedy for Dandruf
Falling, Faded, Gray Hair
j mr tne any. we carry our Misnes ! ry ,-0:rt ,,e more simple, direct, fluent
i Lorne. take it to lied witb us. think, j nn,l i.lirr.otitnllr trnr7lr. t.ut with what:
OF ILLINOIS PYTHIANS'i worry ami wrists precious ener- j marvelous Fl.lll the poet has told it.
ui.prfluinis it, hat ii:t-:-nui1y of invent Ion. with
th:.t pro- j xvlira vibrant vitality of continuous
IE '.m-m-rv fill m .,yrr-y i-ittiii'u. ri li.iMiu.i1pm.wni--
V" 1 rxr-MAM.r Akir A r r T V rrnnciT .
The old idea of using Sage for dark
ening the hair is again coming in vogue.
Our grandmothers had dark, glossy bair
at seventy-five, while our mothers are
gray before they are fifty. Our grand
mothers kept their hair soft and gloss y
with a "Sage Tea," which also restored
the natural color. '
One objection to nsing such a prepar
ation was the trouble of making it.
This objection has been overcome by
the Wyeth Chemical Company of New
York, who has placed on the market a
superior preparation of Sage, combined
with Sulphur and other valuable reme
dies for dandruff, itching scalp, and
thin, weak, falling hair.
The beauty of tie hair depends more
on its rich, even shading than anything
else. Don't have dry, harsh faded hair.
Rorkford. 111., Oct. 17. The Illinois
grand lodge of Kuights of Fythia3 yes
terday voted ag.iinst reducing the age
limit from 21 to 18 years and against
the reduction of mileage and per diem.
The following officers were elected:
Grand Chancellor Joseph M. Omo,
Grand Vice Chancellor William K.
Grand Keeper of Records and Seal
Henry P. Caldwell, Chicago.
Grand Master of Exchequer Millard
F. Ixinlap, Jacksonville.
Grand FrelaU. Thomas Williamson,
Ed wards vi lit.
Grand Master at Arms Augustus A.
Grand Inner Guard John J. Reeve,
Grand Outer Guard Walter C.
Grand Trustee William IJ. Hadfieid,
The next convention city will Le
chosen today. Chicago, East rit. Ixjuis
and Decatur are contenders. A resolu
tion of sympathy for Colonel Uooeveit
fry i:i all sorts of wnys. in
t'.: in!; in p, f..IUU vorrvi:!
li'icca n,tli!n?r. tin ltmhIh out the pi- !
'julsite mental rum hinery and unlit
It for the next day's work. It is a
grent art to learn to shut on power
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I HI I loll, W.IJ 11,11 lllllnr? unu
uruwlng ( f i-lianicii-r, what prodigious
volume of fc'-ling. what tumult of
Kvririns :i!id otifll -t lux pnaslon and
what perfection f poc.iic style'.'
when through our d'.y' work, so tint
we an oil our meritnl marninery. re- j
fre?h our minds and reciipernte our- j Th)J Gu!!. ,nd tho Back Crlcfc.ta.
pelves, so that we can go to the nest vVh.-ii i lit- Moi iuuiik first settled In
day's work completely reinvlgoruted. j i ttfi l.l.i'l: crickets came i:i myriads
Many men st-m to think that they j frn mo iut jins ami would have
ure accomplishlnar something if they j destroyed the crops had it not tx-en
keep their minds on liu-inesa even
wbe,n not at work, hut they really ac
complish le.s thnn nothing Ix-cause
tley are waiting precimw mental en
erpy. the power for concentration, the
vifir. the foensing of the mind, which
is imperative for creating purposes.
The Play of "Othello."
Iehigh Valley 176
Republic Steel common 33
i LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Oct. 17. Following are the whole
sale quotations on the local market
Butter Creamery, 30c,
Dairy butter, 2oc
Potatoes, 45c bushel.
Cabbage, 3 He head.
Onions, 60c bushel
Sweet potatoes, 1 bushel
Feed and Fuel.
Forae Timothy hay, 19 to 20. brinz back the color in a few davs- and hut Off All h Power When You Quit
Wheat, fcoc to Mc. don't be tormented with dandruff, itch- Work at Night
Wild hay. 14 to 15. mg scalp and loose, falling hairs. It ls a great thing to learn to shnt
Oats. 32c to 34c. Wveth;s Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy 0ff the mental steam when you quit
Strau. 8. will quickly correct these troubles, and worV. 0rlson s.pIt M,rdr.n in
: Corn. C5c to 6Sc ! P treBtn 10 ! Success Macabre. What would vou
Rye. per bushel. 75c to 80c ; Ggt a ffty cent bottle from your j tbiok of a factory manner who wouM
i Ccal Lumbp. per bushel. 12c to 15c: ia tn ', leave all of his i.ower turned on after
slack, steady. your own satisfaction. All druggists j the operators had left the factory, the certain quick relief. It will stop in-
sell it, under guarantee that the delicate machinery n.nr.i!i everv- digestion, sour stou.ach, distress after
New York Judge Hand, in the money wul be refunded if tne ' where pouadirs itself to i-'e-es pr!i;.I
i Lited States district court dismisa-, t exactly 3 represented, j ,r? out 3 dviirate u.:,ri:i w.ihout
i ths suit brought by the Journal of Sp?cia! agents, Harper House ptar- producing anything? Maty of us d
Commerce against Postmaster General , macy. lith St., 2nd Ave. (Advert-se- not turn off our mental rower f;er
- "cncoc atu Attorney General Wick- i taezi), i
for the gulls that came by hundreds
and thousands from the surrounding
lakes. At tli.it time the settlers at
Srilt Lake regarded the advent of the
birds fis a lie:i:i s:-:it miracle, nod
e'.er siu-e the pill has been esteomeil
altix.s. as n y.i re.l Mrd by the Mor
mons. About the beet and alfalfa
fields when thr v are l)!ng Irrigated
"Viewed exclusively as a dnrr.htlc the gulls still col!.-"-t and feed largely
fabric. 'Othello' is not only the best of on field nilr-e tli:;t ar ko destructive
Slr-kespeare's jlays. biit the lext p!ay i to crops. Success M:i;r:iZ!ne.
in the L'lig'l -h liir:LT.:ie." k.t.v( WII- '
liuLa Winter in the 'ei,tury. -:,"o sto- ! All the news !! tte time The Argu.
For Indigestion, Sour Stomach,
Distress Alter Eating Digestif
tortures of indigestion if you knew of
a remedy that wouid positively re
lieve and cure yoa. "Digestif is a
You certainly would not suffer the ; country have gotten relief by the use
of this harmless remedy. Try It to
day. Get a package and take one
dose if It does not give you immedi
ate relief it won't cost you a penny.
Brown's Digestit should be Id every
home It is a certain quick relief for
indigestion prevents distress after
eating a hearty meal and makes your
tired, worn out stomach good as new.
Harpr-r licuse pharmacy. (Advertlso
eating and other stomach upsets al
most instantly. We absolutely guar
antee it to give you entire satisfaction.
If not "we give you back, your money.
iXreUjoujjjrjTodueU,g or creating Thousands of people all over thejiacaw.