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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1912.
3.40&4.55; lambs, 5.007.20; westerns.
Daily United States Weather Map
3.504.6O; western lambs. 5.25 7.00.
Close of Market.
Hogs closed 6c to 10c up. Light,
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS U MOO R. Chief.
Cattle, steady. Top. 11.00.
Sheep, strong. Top, 4.60. Lambs,
strong. Top. 7.20.
Western Live Stock. "
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 4.000 1.200 3.000
Omaha 4,000 2,500 18,000
Estimated CMcago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Chicago 7,500 200 1,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Nov. 1. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
ObMrrattoo taken t I a. m.. wtTentr-flfth m
TtiHan tlm. Air preaure rMic4 to tea IstaL.
iroonnuou l'oe iJ It rough polna
of equal all prmure. lanrniaifa (dotted llnMl
;iw itir jugti potuu of ejul touiperaluxe; drawn
ouiy lor lero. pwjim. yir, ana ijlt.
O ciMr: Q pwtlf cloudy. cloudy
Q3) rln: now: Qj) report mining.
rmi fir wIUj the wind. Flrt Orurea. lowest
trmperatura put U hour: aecorjd. prerlpttatlori
of 01 Inch or mora for put 24 hours: third, maxi
mum wind ?b1ocHt.
KOI5ECA8T FOR ROCK ISLAND. D AVENPORT. MOLIJfK A!TO VICDHTT.
Fair and continued cool tonight with the lowest temperature slightly below the freezing
point. Saturday, fair and rising temperature.
er In this vicinity tonight and Satur
day, with continued cool temperature
tonight, followed by rising temperature
Atlantic City 58
The southern storm has moved with
Increasing intensity from the lower
Mississippi valley to Lake Huron, caus
ing precipitation from the eastern
Rocky mountain slope and the central
valleys to the middle and south At
lantic coasts and high winds on the
coast of Texas and in the eastern por-i Buffalo 50
tlon of the lake region. A rainfall of ! Hock Island 43
1.26 Inches was recorded at St. Louis. Denver 34
An area of hiph pressure and fair, I Jacksonville 80
cool weather now overlies the terrl- Kansas City 40
tory from the Rocky mountain plat- j New Orleans S2
eau to the Mississippi valley, with the New York CO
crest of the hltfh over Wyoming, while ( Norfolk C4
lower barometers and rising tempera- i Phoenix CS
turfs are noted in the Canadian north-' St. Louis 48
west and on the north Pacific coast St. Paul 46
The eastward movement of these con-, San Diego "0
dltions will be attended by fair weath-1 San Francisco 66
Seattle 60 48 .00
Washington, D. C. . . 60 48 .01
Winnioee 32 22 .00
Flooa. rretght, Chng.
St. Paul 14 0.8 01
Red Wing 14 1.4 0.1
Reeds Landing ... 12 1.5 0.0
La Crosse 12 2.3 0.0
Lansing 18 2.8 0.1
Prairie du Chien . . 18 2.9 0.1
Dubuoue 18 3.6 0.0
Le Claire 10 1.5 0.1
Rock Island 15 3.5 0.1
A falling tendency in the Missis
sippi will prevail from below Dubuque
to Muscatine. '
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Union Pacific 169
U. S. Steel preferred 75
U. S. Steel common 114
Rock Island preferred 60
Rock Island sommon 25
Southern Pacific 110
New York Central 114
Missouri Pacific 42
Great Northern 137
Northern Pacific 124
Louisville & Nashville 157
Colorado Fuel & Iron 36
Canadian Pacific 263 Vi
Erie 34 Y
Chesapeake & Ohio 81
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 89
Baltimore & Ohio 106
St. Paul 109 Vi
Lehigh Valley 173
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Nov. 1. Following are the whole
sale quotations on the local market
Butter Creamery. 30a
Dairy butter, 26c.
Storage eggs, 25c.
Fresh eggs, 30c.
Potatoes, 45c to 55c.
Cabbage, 3c head.
Onions, 60c to 60c bushel.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay, 19 to $20.
Wheat, 85c to 90c
Wild hay. $14 to 115.
Oats. 32c to 34c.
Straw. $8 to $9.
Corn, 62 to 65c.
Rye, per bushel, 65c.
Coal Lumbp, per bushel, 12c to 15c;
Today's Market Quotations
(By wire from E. W. Wag-ner Co,
Grain. I'rnvlKlonn. Block ind Cotton,
l.o-al otDi-ri at Kock Iaiand iiouae. Rock
I'land. 111. Chicago office. i8-K-10U.
Li jar J of Trade. local telephones. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS, i
December. 90T, Wi. 89. S9T.
May. 96. 9CV.. 95. 95V
July. 92. 92. 91. 81.
December. 51 T. 51. 51. 51.
May. 51. 51. &i. 5078.
July. 52. 62. 51. 61.
December. 31. Cl. 31. 31.
May. 33. 33. 33, 33.
July. 33. 33, 33. 33.
January. 1ST5. ISCj. 18.32. 18.40.
May. 1S.25. 18.25. 17.97, 1S.0U.
January. 1070, 10.70. 10.55, 10.60.
May. 10.15. 10.25, 10.17. 10.22.
Beginners' class either Wednesday or
Saturday evening at 7:15 p. m. Mrs.
T. A. Patton's School of Dancing, Hi
bernian hall, 419 Brady street, Daven
port Phone North 1716-L.
January, 10.05. 10.05, 9.92, 9.95.
May. 9.S0, 9.80, 9.70, 9.70.
(Note The New York Stock Ex
change and Chicago Board of Trade
will be clospd tomorrow, Saturday, out
of respect to the late Vice President
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 105 107. No. 3 r 95
102. No. 2 h 905 95. No. 3 h 880
92. No. 1 ns 91091. No. 2 ns 89090.
No. 3 ns 8C088, No. 2 s 88090, No. 3 s
85Q8S, No. 4 s SO0 85.
Corn No. 2 58j59, No. 3 w 590
59, No. 2 y 5S0 59. No. 3 58 0
59. No. 3 w 58 0 59. No. 3 y 5S0
59. No. 4 57 58, No. 4 w 57
58, No. 4 y 57 58.
Oats No. 2 w 33 0 34. No. 3 w
31g32. No. 4 w 3U0 31, stand-
ard 32 33.
Wheat opened off to up; closed
Com opened off; closed off.
Wheat 102 23
Corn 131 15
Oats 289 38
To- Last Last
day. week. year.
Minneapolis 618 496 462
Duluth 532 651 156
Winnipeg 894 1060 875
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 2.126,000 1.002.000
Year ago 1,073,000 649,000
Corn today 348,000 148,000
jYear ago 379,000 245,000
j THE LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
' Hogs. 11.000; left over, 8,033; 5c up.
Light, 7.2007.90; mixed. 7.4507.95;
heavy. 7.1507.90; rough. 7.1507.35.
Cattle, 2,500; steady.
Sheep, .000; strong to 10c up.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs 5c higher. Light, 7.2007.95;
bulk, 7.6007.90; mixed,
pigs, 4.7507.25; heavy,
good, 7.4007.95; rough.
Cattle, steady. Beeves, 6.30011.00;
stockers, 4.2507.50; Texans, 4.350
5.65; cows, 2.7007.25; westerns, 5.50
09.25; calves, 6.60010.50.
Sheep steady to 10c up. Natives,
Edison, Victor and Columbia Records,
Sheet Music, two Pianos, Phonographs
and Musical Instruments.
FRIDAY and SATURDAY, Nov. 1 and Nov. 2
Chicago, Nov. L Balkan news sug
gests the war will be over in a few
Small rally is expected in wheat fol
lowing the recent break. Flour sales
are declining. Trade well bought
Liberal amount of plowing done in
the northwest, and a large movement
of wheat will ensue from sections
which have not shipped much as yet,
after the frost arrives. Winter wheat
conditions everywhere are the best iu
Wheat receipts at Minneapolis and
Duluth since July 1 were about 63,-
000.000, against 43,000,000 last year.
Increase of about 20,000,000, while the
three states have 131,000,000 more.
I concede the chances of wheat
bulges, but must point out the impor
tant war as the influence in the ad
vances of May wheat to 98 and par
. The monthly report on provisions
stocks is due today. A satisfactory
decrease is expected.
Corn men say this spell of rain will
affect the corn condition but little.
Roads are rendered bad.
Oats bears are again out in full
force. Oats visible Is light. Wheat
pit watchers say they are mixed. They
feel like awaiting some upturn before
Wheat has taken Its cue from Liver
pool. It has been a Liverpool-led mar
ket Europe has bought heavily in the
United States for 90 days. On the con
tinuance or cessation of this demand
the trend may mainly be depended.
Liverpool comes lower for wheat.
New York. Nov. 1. Holiday in Lon
don. The defeat of the Turkish armv near
Adrlanople is believed to be the end
of the Balkan war. The Ottoman cab
inet is now in session and Turkey may
sue for peace.
Daniel G. Reld was elected nrenMont
of the Tobacco Products corporation.
Net earnings of the Pennsylvania
system in September were $8,769,000,
against $8,214,000 the same period last
The Harriman lines order 2,000 cars;
total cars contracted for in October,
42,000; a new high monthly record.
January cotton closed at $3.55 a
bale above low of the season, on
Thursday, with middling upland at
$11.70. or $4.76 above low of the sea
son. Virginian railways' annua report
shows operating revenue from freleht
traffic increased 34 per cent and pas-'
senger traffic over 3 per cent, but
a deficit of $748,401 was shown, I
against $1,113,356 in previous year.
In the first three months of the cur
rent fiscal year, the Chicago & North
western net revenues, after expenses
and taxes, increased $558,082, or 9.80
New York, Nov. 1. Holiday in Lon
don, but the character of the war (we
might better say peace news) is such
that if the market there had been,
( substantial advances would in all
: probability been witnessed.
j The Pennsylvania's statement tells
a splendid story of gross.
The New York Central exhibit will.
1I1TTHICH are you riding?
not that we care.
Just to make conversation.
This coat isn't any one of
them it's coon off a real
Warm and good looking
as can be.
We sell every other kind
of fur, too.
And sell it under its real
That's the foundation prin
ciple of the
Pure Fur Law
If you want to know what furs really are
Auto Coats in Coonskin spend a penny for the Gordon Book
$115 to $200 put y0ur namc and address on a ic. postal.
Other Furs from
$20 up Gordon & Ferguson St. Paul.
Established J 871
In all likelihood, be along the same
The market will probably busy itself
today and tomorrow with discussing j
the possibility of supreme court do- j
cisious Monday. !
Last night's loan crowd showed a j
fair borrowing demand for some of
the specialties, but there was not
much doing in the active stocks.
SHE HAD PRIZE HAIR.
Lone, rich, heavy hair. Smooth, soft,
I luxuriant hair. She says sin; owes it all
1 to Hall's Hair Renewer. Hut she doesn't,
It helped a big lot, but that is all. She
had a good digestion, rich biotxl, strong
enres. Don't po through life half sick
and with stunted hair. Consult your
doctor and follow his advice.
1923 Second Avenue.
The little place that is
always neat and clean
and full of the better
class of restaurant patrons.
Having a savings account with the German Trust
& Savings bank can never disappoint.
On the other hand, the day is likely to come when
that savings account ot yours will provide the means
of picking up a bargain in a home, or buying into a
The savings bank way has created countless suc
cesses; is it creating yours?
German Trust & Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
Personal Service Tailorini
The idea behind the clothes I make is personal
service. It varies with each customer because the
demands set by each varies.
But the central ideas of my service honest
value, expert workmanship, best styles, complete
satisfaction never vary.
A suit of clothes may please a thousand men; but
because of some slight objection you may reject it.
Through my personal service you get just exactly
what you want in every detail.
You have your ideas of what constitutes good
clothes give them free rein by coming to me for
your fall suit or overcoat.
1730 WM. EMIG 1730
Second Avenue Rock Island, 111.