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Daily United States Weather Map
. r. Department ot Agriculture.
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Fair tonight and Wednesday, continued cold tonight, rising temperature Wednesday.
Yesterday's low ovrllts the terri
tory from tbo gulf toatt to tlie Uke
riKiou wl'.U the fc'viUeht barometric
dcpreoalon over corttern Michigan.
I. bus been attended by nbow
err from the Mississippi and lower
Missouri vulleys to the n.iddle and
S"Uth Atlantic cotiats, and heavy ra.iis
re reported, In lucheg, frfini tLe follow
lrt stations: Ilatteras: 1 M': Keokuk,
1 74; llatitiibau, liS; 1'eoria, l.i';
I.e Claire, l.i; DavT.prt. 1 Of. '1 he
vestern ar:a of h.;li prenhuro arid
IiiUch cooler wealiier i v r the ron
try l-etei"i the iii-.'- of tl"- KixkieF
and the .Viht-.s-hippi attl fr.eini; tern
rxTftures firevail ill the iij per Missouri
iilley .m l iii the ra.stvrii li ky tnoiin
tuin K'.ipi llv ri.M. i; fetnpeni-
ti ten in tii northern l!'i ky mountain
niiiti-s rj ri 1 tin 1 1 - t-.-itth I'ni if'- t.lwpo,
vi'h raitin in tiie f.-nh I'aciflc see-
1 tions, are resulting from another storm
that is central off the coast of Wash
Atlantic City 64
I oston 05
I lock Island 67
Kciiisub City Hi)
New Orleans 0
New York t
S; n l);egn ....
v ashiii'on. P.
, . ,4;
. . . 65
. . 4'1
. . .6
Winnipeg 42 22
Yellowstone park . . . 30
IP V i II
Flood. Height. Chng.
Sc. Paul 14 1.2 0.0 ;
Red Wing 14 2.1 0.0
Leeds Landing ...12 2.3 xO.l '
La Crosse 12 2.3 01
Lansing 18 3.3
Fi airle du Chien . . .18 3.6 xO.2
Lubuque 18 4.1 xO.l
Le Claire 10 1.7 xO.2
Hock Island 15 3.8 xO.2
The Woman Who Knows
E ask the attention of the woman that en.jovs wearing Good
Shoes, to our line of beautiful fall models. Wp are showing
all stvles that are Rierht from the low heel, English walking
boot to the freakish cut of the broad high toe.
Come see the handsome fall models there are new dull and bright
leathers new cloth top shoes new suedes and smart new tans.
1807 Second Avenue
Successor to Dolly Bros.
SHOES FOR THE FAMILY
I". S. Steel common 77
Rock Island preferred 53V!s
P.oek Island common 2G1-'
Southern Tai-illc l'Wk
New York Central 114'
Only slight chances in the Mississ
ippi will occur from below Dubuque
J. M. SIIERIER, jo. al Forecaster.
. 43 i
Today's Market Quotations
O'.v wir from K W. Winner A Co
Cr::.ii, I -r iv l lui i, Stn-iisi mid Cutton.
I " tl i-tT) - m til K'h k lnl.ii.d hu tt'. IO'cK
I I. In'. Il Iimx;ii (.l!u-. is-na-lm.
I;,uirj f Tru'le. !.Lai it-It ;itiuat.3. No.
w i ' Jo
BOARD OF TRADF TRANSACTIONS.
I cem:.er. IC'a. 5-7-
M.iy, !7. I'T7.. '. 7. '.'TV
July.' :. 'jV3. 1 y4 .
. '.3' 4, i3 .
December. 32-V 3. 32t. 32V
t Mav. ?.4'-2. zm,. 3
Ju:y, 31' ,. Ct . 31'4
October, closed 17.'"
January, iy.15. lf.22,
May, IS. Mi, U'
October. 11 40, 11.40.
January, lo5. lo.hO,
May, 10.30. 10.37. 10. 3u,
October, 10.C0. 10.05, 10.57, l'i.C2.
January. 10.17, 10.20, 10.12, 10.15.
May. 9 97, 9.97. 9.87. 9.87.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Gram.
Wheat No. 2 r lOOffj lo.K, No.
Ti93, No. 1 ns 94 fj 94 i,
3 r 96
4. .o. it a
No. 2 ns 91 V
Louisville & Nashville
Colorado Fuel & lion
Krie 35 j
Cht-sapeake & Ohio 81r,s I
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 90'
Baltimore &. Ohio 1057,
Atchison lOSVi I
Sugar 125'i j
St. Paul 110i I
Lehith Valley 175'i
Republic Steel common 33
are perhaps encouraged by statements
that connect the democrats with poor
trade. Political ideas of this charac
ter, however, are probably far-fetched.
The war scope in the Balkans is
broadening, and this is bound to pro
duce rallies. The war is proving of
vast extent and may have for its pur
pose the extinguishing of Turkey.
The weather has again taken a soft
turn and there are no sins of an easy
corn situation under :io to IT. .lavs if
. ..il.. a j -j-u oats Woiid is asking why does
Digestit tablets will give
instantlv. One dose makes your stom-
not the visible increase. 1 prefi r the a(.h feei ine, t 8tops fermentation,
buying side of all grains. Inrevents distress, digests all the food
A Certain Quick Relief for
Indigestion or Up-Set Stomachs
Why suffer the tortures of Indigos- j child can take it without fear of bad
tion. Sour Stomach, Gas, Belching or aftlr effects. Don't wait tntil you have
other stomach un-sets? There is a;auotner &Uack of indigestion but get
certain quick relief and permanent ;
remedy for these disorders-Brown's j Package today. Try ,t after eating.
tablets will give relief almost and just see tor yourseii now n iierps
that Digest it is
We are so
a perfect remedy for
that we guarantee It
Decatur reports ideal weather for .,,( restores vorrr tired worn-out stom-1 to nlease you every way get a pack-
corn up to Monday. Farmers are husk-' acn to a healthful condition. Digestit ' age and if you don't like It we will
ing some corn and in another wekk all ! is perfectly harmless even a little give your money back.
will be hulking. j "
Wheat in Illinois is looking fine.
FARMER IS INJURED
WHEN HORSE BOLTS
No. 3 w
IN THOUSANDS OF CASES, HAS READY MONEY PROV
ED THE MAKING OF A FORTUNE. MOST OF US CAN
RECALL INSTANCE8 OF WHERE A COMPARATIVELY
SMALL AMOUNT OF READY CASH WOULD HAVE MADE
A HANDSOME PROFIT IN A SHORT TIME.
WHILE YOU ARE ACCUMULATING SUCH A FUND, WE
WILL PAY YOU AN INCOME ON IT, AND IT IS ALWAYS
TRANSACTS A GENERAL COMMERCIAL. SAVIMflC
EXCHANGE AND SAFETY DEPOSIT BUSINESS
(fi93. No. 3 ns 8fTj9o, No. 2 s 90Q
92'4. No. 3 s 86firi0, No- 4 s 80(j8.
Corn No. 2 f.4Tfi4'4. No. 2 w 64ffi
64',. No. 2 y CIV, No. 3 C3(fCI,
'No. :l w tJ3TtC4. No. 3 y C3'i64. No. 4
C2i C:ji. No. 4 w C2'.-i5?C3, No. 4 y
Oats No. 2 w 34'4'jri35.
32 n'i. No. 4 w 3033,
331,2 Tj 34', -i.
Wheat opened '8 to up;
Corn opened up; closed
Wheat 165 57 '
Corn 166 29
!Oats 495 108 ;
Northwest Cart. 1
To- Last Last j
day ..Week. Year i
Minneapolis 632 4G8 416 i
Duluth 483 702 316
Winnipeg 958 1101 CIO ;
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow. I
! Wheat 119 !
Com 153 ;
Wheat today 2.343,000 797,000
Year ao 1,094.000 641,000
Corn today 421,000 169,000
Year ago 539,000 663,000
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Oct. 22. Following are the whole
sale quotations on the local market
Butter Creamery, 30c.
Dairy butter, 25c.
Potatoes, 45c bushel.
Cabbage, 3Vac head.
Onions, 60c bushel.
Sweet potatoes, $1.10 bushel.
Feed and Fuel.
Forae Timothy hay, 20.
Wheat. 85c to 90c.
Wild hay, f 14 to 15.
Oats, 32c to 34e.
Straw, $S to 9.
Corn, 63c to 60c.
Rye. per bushel. 75c to 80c.
Coal Lumbp, per bushel, 12c to 15c;
New York. Oct. 22. American stocks
! in London are reported as ruling about
.at the lei-el prevailing tiiatwe left off
I here last week Andrew Westmeier, a farmer resid-
i Conditions in Mexico are growing ; lnB ntar Milan- sustained a bad scalp
I worse, although Washington reports 'wound and numerous injuries about
that our government will not inter- j the body late yesterday afternoon
vene unless strong public sentiment j v hen a horse which ho was driving bt
justilies such a course. '(tame frightened and boited, throwing
The latest news from the seat of the 1 him out cf the buggy.
Balkan war is that it is altogether : Weotm-ier was driving along Third
, likely that several big batiks will be! avenue and was just crossing Twenty
1 begun within a few daj s, possibly even i second street when an auto sped by,
I hnnrc 1 snl:ishinsr water on the horse which
As to yesterday afternoon's selling, 1 trightened it.
such analysis as we have been able to i
make would not seem to indicate that ' Licensed to Wed.
it was consequential in character. 'Robert G. Kenke Moline
' Miss Kiinna W. M. Gcrdes. . Rock Island
New York, Oct. 22. A Washington . Chester R. Adams Savanna, 111.
dispatch says the government will not 1 Miss Rose l- Wagner ...Savanna, 111.
intervene unless .strong public senti
Mrs. Eva Wa'.ker ..
James H. Abernathy
.Mrs. May Carpenter .
. .Cedar Rapids
Miss Gertrude M. Etzel Rock Island
Miner Killed in Feud.
Steubenville, Ohio, Oct. 22. Riddled
with 12 bullets, the body of Dominick
Tac.-hini, a miner, was found in the
W itch lla.el iniir.'s near hen? today.
He is belieed to have been the victim
ot a feud that has raged among Ital
I Chicago, Oct. 22. Nearness of elec
I tion and the presence of trouble in
I Mexico. Cuba and the Balkans is af
! Taft is out with the statement that
- democratic success will stunt business,
i An active security market seems cer-
Wall street have some j 1 to off
inent demands such a Cuiirse condi
tions in Mexico are growing worse.
! Bulgarian and Turkish armies pre
1 pare for big struggle at Adi ianopie to
A Montreal dispatch says negotia
tions are under way for the acquihi
. tion of the Chicago Great Western
.railroad by the (wand Trunk sybtem,
.notwithstanding President Fcl ten's de
j It is estimated that the net earn
ings of the Unit-Jd States Steel cor
! poration in the last quarter of year
I will exceed $35,ooo,oi,o.
American stocks in London are heavv
John X. Peterson Clinton
Miss Bertha H. Hutchinson. . .Clinton
Menominee, Mich Francis and Rob
ert Younk. aged 13 and 11, and William
Beyer, aged 15, were seiiously injured
by the explosion of a an of powder at
the home of former Alderman Frank
Beyer. The boys were opening tho
can v ith a knife, and the friction set
off the po vdr. Beth Younk boys were
Fresh Every Morning
Home Grown V
LILLIES OF THE VALLEY
Corsage and weddiag bouquets.
sprays on short notice.
Open 7.30 a. m. to 8:30 r
Hensley's Floral Store
Fourth Avenue and Twentieth Street.
Funeral designs and
LIVE 8TOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 22,000; 5c to 10c lower; left
over 7.700. Light 8 259.05, mixed
8.25 9.00, heary 8.65(58.05, rough 8.25
Cattle 8.600, weak.
Sheep 50.000, steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs dull, 10c to 15c lower. Light
8.10S8.S5. bulk 8.60g 8.85, mixed 8.25
fi8.95, pigs 4.757.40, heavy 8.20
8.95, good 8.45 8.95, rough 8.208.45,
Yorkers 8.75 Q 8.80.
Cattle 10c lower. Beeves 5.45S 10.75,
stockers 4 207.30. Texans 4.4035.70.
cows 2 SOS 7.40. westerns 5. 6008.80,
Sheep weak. 10c off. Natives 3.503
4.80, lambs 5.1537.40, westerns 3.75
j CIom of tne Market.
' Hogs slow. Light 8.10(38.85, bulk
I8.60S8.85. mixed 8.255 8.95, heavy 8.20
&S.95, rough 8.20Q8.45.
j Cattle weak; top 10.75.
) Sheep weak; top 4.80.
! Imbs weak; top 7.40.
; western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 12.000 21.000 12,000
Omaha 700 9.000 29,000
Estimated CMcago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 32,000 19,000 50,000
A. Single cake of
of her kind.
a a r i i i ji
' " v , ..Newman Krh nri-clilnnt t 1 1 t tn
t v.,,'-. i j i v. . . . i i" -- w j. ine ! i it
kluwi ouie eui. grain, neapoliB & St. Ixuis, says the roads
iU ruI me io"B pun iuy ent re deficit Ki,m,M ),Q .,,.a v...'
- v. it;u UUl i;
tho middle of next month wholly from j
earnings ef the current fiscal year. r
Railroads will get 40,uoo 0n0 tons 1
freight from domestic grain trade dur- j
ing the current crop year.
The outlook in various parts of the ;
world improves farther in promise for !
cotton and textile industries.
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Oct. 22. Fellowing are
the quotations ca ore market today
v la l av liU"i
Die Results Made This Newbun
Lady Glad She Followed
Newburg, Ala "For more than a
year." writes Myrtle Cothrum, or this
place. "I suffered with terrible pains in
my back and head. I had a sallow
complexion, and my face was covered
with pimples. Our family doctor only
gave me temporary relief.
A friend of mine advised me to try
Cardul, so I be-an taking it. at once,
and with the best results, for I was
cured after taking two bottles. My
mother and my aunt have also used
Cardul and were greatly benefited.
I shall always praise Cardui to sick
and suffering women."
Cardul is a purely vegetable, per
fectly harmless, tonic remedy for wo
men, and will beneSt young and old.
Its ingredients are mild herns, hav
ing a g r;, tcsic eJIect, on the wo
Cardui has helped a million women
Kifk to health and strength.
Have yr.u tried it? If not, plase
to. It may be just what you need.
N E TTVfy fc; t:i:" Ai ..- rp . Oirt.
rfv.;2 V:. .r.e t .-. Cr T-iv.a. "tern.. 1o- psriil
't, ;. tr'. ..,. jnj t-r.c N.. " hi-.-r Trt-mimtMt
His Thoughtful Wife.
"I hate to boast." said a Cleveland
lawyer, "but my wife is one ef th"
most economical women In the world.
The other day she told me she needed
a new stiit. I said s-be ought to hare
It, by all means, but al.ed her not
to spend a big bunetf of in'-nev with
out iPtting trie know si bout i . Weil,
the next d:iy she said: 'The tailor said
he couldn't make that suit for le-
than $l"i. I thought it was too much,
but told him to go ahead.'
"Well. I suppose li is all right. I
said, but why didn't ion consult me'
"'Why. dearie. I didn't want tc
spend car f ire for two v :?.'
"I tell you. It's these litt'e econo
mies that count, eii?" Cleveland
Always leads because
One Bar Does the Work cf Tvo
KIRK'S FLAKE (White) will do all the rough
work of the household and laundry and will wash
the most delicate fabrics and
laces, painted china, wood work,
baby's clothes or woolens and
flannels quicker, easier and
sweeter than any other soap on
Game For Her.
Knox You don't wsnf to moor
Mrs. Gaybird, you say? Mrs. Knox
No; I plek my friend-:. Mr Knox
Well. she's just the sort of woman yon
and your friends would liLe to pick
to pieees. cathoi:,- jstaadanl and
Contains nothing but the sweetest
and purest ingredients. A perfect soap
for those who value their woolens, linens
and laces. Saves its cost in labor many
times. Equally effective in cold or
hot, hard or soft water, with or with,
out boiling. Good soap is cheaper
than new clothes. Flake is good soap.
Sate Hale Wrappers Jut Valcile Premiums
K j I!
the tews all tha tlme Tho
Use JAP ROSE (Transparent) Soap for
tl-13 Toilet and Bath.
L". . Steel prtfrrred