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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13. 1912.
Wild bay. U to $15.
Oats. 32c to 34c.
Straw, $S to $9.
Corn, C3c to C4c.
Rye. per bushel, 65c.
Coal Lump, per ton,
Daily United States Weather Map
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
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FORECAST FOR KOCK ISLAND. DAVENPORT. MOUNE AXU VICIXITT.
Fair tonight and Thursday, slightly colder tonight with freezing temperatures;
rising temperature Thursday.
Ye sterlny's storm center which has
moved froni Missouri to the lower
lakes, has been attended by precipita
tion from the M s.islppl and lower
Missouri valleys and the lake region
to New Eiiglund. At luL,iiue, the
rainfall amounted to 1.3 inclteB, and
ai Ih-b Moines to 1.T, inches. Contin-'Rock
u'd rains on the north rarifir coast
are resulting from the northwestern
storm which l ontral over northern
Altiertii. 1 IIkIi pressures and clear,
cool weather now prevail from tht
Rocky mountain region to the Missouri
valley, with the crest of the high over
Cclorado. The tnstward movement of
the high ami the approach of the north
western low will be attended by fair
weather in this vicinity tonight and j
Thursday, w ith slightly colder tonight, j
CPy wlro from E. W Warner ft Co. j
Orn'.u. ITifVlMofi. Hlorku "! Cotton.!
L'x-' .m. . at K" Island house. Kk-H
l-iaii'l 111. Chliano etll.-o. -S-lOO.
li u vt TruUe. l.jiul trliphonra. Nu
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
Derrinti' r. SS.
May. '.'', 14
:,. r."... 4-."a
I I'enil IT.
May. IS.l.".. 1 4
:!", i l."., lv::o.
. 10 (',:. 10.D5, 10.C2.
io 22, 10.30.
, lo Z. 10.05 lo.to.
1 9o. 9.90.
January, 1 (;)."
May. lo.:;, 10
May. I'M', 9 9i
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Gram.
When' No. 2 r lor.Tj mc. So. 3 r
9 '1il '-.. No. 2 h 9 -i91. No. 3 h 7ft !
S'4, No. 1 ns S ' 4 '.1 9i. No. 2 lis S7'' 1
KS'4. No ?. ns s.-.:S7. No 2 s 8C!S. j
No. 3 s 3'im;. No. 4 s 75 ! X2.
Coin No. 2 57'i57.', No. 2 w 5S',4,!
Thousands i f jwrsons have been rescued from the tortures of Rheumatism
end it stornl to perfect health by the use of S. S. S. So uniform are the
i:oJ results fro:u its use thnt we do not hesitate to say S. S. S. alwayscon
quers Rheumutira if pi ven a fair trial. You can never cure this deep
ticated disease with external treatment, such as liniments, plasters, blis
ters, etc. These may furnish temporary relief but they do not reach the
blood where the real cause is located. Rheumatism is rooted and grounded
one remedy you can depend upon for good effects. Book on Rheumatism
uid mcdicJ ndvioe free. TIE SY.Wi' SPECIFIC CO, ATLANTA. CA.
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'V. '-fcV 'um''C .".d.: roue diseases. 17 jrers ln Davenport.
IV Hours: it to 11. t te . and Tuesday and Saturday eve-
sT B,lne. T te a. slao Sunday morning from II ts 11 a. m.
CHICAGO MEDICAL INSTITUTE
U4 W. Third V, ever Adaama Bspress Ce. itaveavert. la.
7 ; ----m
followed by slowly rising temperature
I High. Low.
Atlantic City 74 56
' Boston 70 46
i Buffalo 5G
1 Kanpas City G2
New Orleans 82
New York 70
St. Louis 72
St. Paul 40
San Diego 72
San Francisco C2
No ; r B8,, 4 g rjg No 3 scftW, No. 3
. J ' v.
' . No. 3 y ;Sy58'4. NO. 4 553 o 1 ,
No. 4 w 5C'(5j57, No. 4 y 5C'ilQ57.
Oats No. 2 w 3434'i, No. 3 w 31
31'. No. 4 w 27!&30i. standard 32
Wheat opened 1-4 lower; closed 1-2 ! 7
to 7-8 off.
Corn opened unchanged; closed 5-S
l " on-
Wheat 128 60
Com 106 4
Oats 318 32
To- Last Last
day. week. year, j
; Minneapolis 356 730 368.
I Duluth 750 1133 154:
Winnipeg 89S 765 459 i
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow. j
Wheat 97 1
Corn 156 j
I Oats 223 j
j Primary Movement. I
Receipts. Shipments. '
Wheat today 2.156,000 713,000 j
Year ago 783,000 444.000,
Corn today 394,000 336,000
Year ago 378.000 264.000
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 25.000; 5c higher; left over
in the blood and must be driven from its stronghold
there before permanent relief can be had. S. S. S.
conquers Rheumatism by driving from the circula
tion the excess accumulation of uric acid which is
responsible for the disease. S. S. S. strengthens
and invigorates the blood so that instead of a weak,
s ur fluid, causing pain and agony throughout the
system, it becomes a nourishing stream furnishing
health to every portion of the body and relieving
every svmptora of Rheumatism. If yon do not con
quer Rheumatism it will conquer you. S. S. S. is the
FEE ONIY ONE DOlUg
Before you par tlf fees to others Investigate oar great
succees and low pi-leea. For IT years the best aa4
cheapest. Oar fee for medical treatment is onlr one
dollar including medicine, tat Catarrh. Rheumatism and
many Hurt Stomach and Lone Troubles Also Ner
vous Debt lit r. Weakness. Loss of Vigor, all run down,
Varicose Veins, Kidney. Bladder. Blood and Skin Ols
ea.e at very low rates. Call at office once. Tea can
return home same day.
and children should take oar iwriil
treatments for lung, heart, stomach.
A M A1 AP.
Washington, D. C. ..76
Yellowstone Park . . .
Flood. Height. Chng.
'St. Paul 14 0.4 0.1
IRed Wing 14 0.9 0.0
: Reed s Landing 12 10 xO.l
lLa Crosse 12 1.8 0.0
Lansing 18 2.4 0.0
Prairie du Chien ..IS 2.2 0.0
Dubuque IS 2.9 xO.l
Le Claire 10 1.2 xO.l
Rock Island 15 2.9 0-0
Only slight changes In the Missis
sippi will occur from below Dubuque
, J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
1 ' ,
Light 7.207.85, mixed 7.30
heavy 7.2517.95, rough 7.25&
Cattle 20.000 ; steady to shade ofT.
Sheep 45,000; steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs slow; 5c higher. Light 7.203
1 i.o4. duik i.ojib mixea t.6ooM,
nigs 4.75'&C.75. heavy 7.25Ti8.00 eood
i 7.451 S.00. rough 7.251i7.45, Yorkers
. cattle steady. Beeves 5.2010.C5,
Istcekers 4.1097.1". Texans 4.305.60
1 westerns 5.50 9.00
calves C.50 10.50.
Sheep steady. Natives 3.40 4.50,
llambs 5.407.25, westerns 3.504.40,
Close of Market.
Hogs 10c to 15c higher. Light 7.30
7.9o, bulk 7.C57.95, mixed 7.45
8.05, heavy 7.35 8.10, rough 7.35
Cattle strong to weak; top 10.C5.
Sheep sttady; top 4.50.
Lambs steady; top 7.25.
western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 9,000 6,000 5,000
Omaha 4,700 3,7,00 19,000
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Catt. Sheep.
Chicago 24,000 7,000 35,000:
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Nov. 13. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 17i8
U. S. Steel preferred 112
U. S. Steel common 75
Rock Island common 2C4
Southern Pacific ill
New York Central 115
Missouri Pacific 4354
Great Northern 13s
Northern Pacific 125
Louisville & Nashville 1477i
Colorado Fuel & Iron 36
Canadian Pacific 264
Illinois Central 129
Lead 62' 4
Chesapeake & Ohio H
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Baltimore &. Ohio 106
Atcnison 107 I
Locomotive 45, !
St. Paul 11504 j
Copper 84 !
Lehigh Valley 174 j
Republic Steel common 29'i !
LOCAL MARKET ffiNniTiriMo
Nov. 13. Following are the whole-
sale quotations on the local market1
Butter Creamery, 32c
Dairy butter, 29c.
Lard, 13c per pound.
Storage eggs, 25c.
Fresh eggs, 32c.
Potatoes, 45c to 60c,
Cabbage. 3 He head.
Onions, 50c to 60c bushel.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay. $20,
Chicago, Nov. 13. Wheat and corn
are acting In line with Nov. 8 to 30.
Corn becomes soft after small bulges.
Wheat nervous with a tendency to
rally after declines. Crop can be dam
aged severely up to the end of Decem
ber. Morning papers pronounce the wheat
outlook soft. Export oats demand has
Wise men in corn say do not sell
December corn at this level. Europe
is buying some of our new corn. In
hundreds of localities new corn sells
at 38c to 44c. The crop is so huge
that harvesting work still proceeds.
This interferes with corn movement.
Prices are down and the farmer is in
no hurry to rush a few cars to market.
My reports indicate a normal Decem
ber movement if cars can be secured.
About 20 points in the central west
report rains in the past 24 hours. The
downfalls have been well scattered and
may affect farm work a little.
Liverpool wheat and corn comes un
changed. War news not alarming.
Central Illinois still insists that no
corn is being offered by the farmers.
Decatur grain dealers say, however,
that as soon as husking Is completed
some corn will be sold regardless of
The general western run of hogs,
cattle and sheep Ihis week compares
well with last year. Chicago hog re-
ceipts are well absorbed, however, and j
I fipntlmPn: ic rantinns oc trt thr Knot. !
. Muitwuw u J tw w V. u v u . i
side of products.
New York, Nov. 13. Feeling prevails
in London and Paris that peace will
follow, notwithstanding the mobiliza
tion of Austria's troops to coerce Ser
via. It is rumored in Constantinople
that Turkey has begged for an armis
tice. The department of justice is expect
ed to file suit to dissolve the I'nited
Fruit company, charging violation of
the Sherman anti trust law.
The engineers' arbitration award,
scheduled to be made public next Mon
day, will concede to the engineers the
standardization of rates demanded.
Certain engineers who have received
less pay on one road than another, to
be advanced, which means leveling of
rates on all eastern roads.
American stocks in Ix)ndon are
quiet and irregular.
New York, Nov. 13. The Ixindon
market is not verv interesting this ;
morning. The tone of newspaper com-1
ment as to stock market affairs is 1
practically unanimously optimistic. It
should be noted, however, that a morn-'
Incr nnimr i..n. ... .,.-1 ., . . 1 ,
i"i'-', iu'-biiik as a ruie suner- 1
sources of information, makes ni
. . . , ,
statement that the president-elect will
call an extra session of congress. That,
we do not like.
The decisions of
board, it is now said.
the arbitration j
will be handed 1
down tomorrow, although we have I
been told they were not likely to be J
forthcoming until Saturday. !
vcuia reeeiveu irom London are
quite optimistic with regard to the Ual
MAKE THE FARM
It is a pity that so many of us let
the routine duties of farm work make
it impossible to find a little time in i
which to make the grounds around the i
nouse more attractive. As a matter
of fact, less time and less work, too,
is actually required than most of us
realize. Perhaps we neglect this mat
ter because we are not certain just
how to go about the work and just
what to use, writes" a contributor to a
leading farm journal.
Why a closely cropped lawn, any-
Pleasant Vapor Treatment that Gives
Relief in a Few Minutes.
Here's an offer that means some
thing. .Money returned if Booth's Hyomei
doesn't give satisfaction in treatment
of catarrh, coughs, colds and croup.
i nousands of
over are usins
to break up a
cold in the
head or chest
Follow this advice once
in the even
ing and again just before retiring.
Into a small bowl full of boiling wa
ter pour a scant tea3poonful of Hyo- j
n.ei, cover head and bowl with a tow-i
roer naa ana DOl wa a low
ei and breathe deep into lhe lun
e sooiuing. neaiing, germ aming
apor mat arises.
! Hyomei is Australian Eucalyptus.
an antiseptic that Is used extensively
by the foremost nose and throat spe -
'Cialists in the world, combined with
i other antiseptics.
; A bottle of Hyomei is 50 cents at
j the Thomas Drug company and drug-
! gists everywhere. A complete outfit
je-hich also includes a hard rubber
j pocket inhaler for Jl. (Advertise
J. RAMSER SONS,
way? Is it any prettier than waving
grass? Have a broad expanse of
. . ...v, , (
but forego the lawn mower. It Is a j
certain source of satisfaction to me to ;
remember the shining green of the j
grass in front of my nouse wnen 1
ride along to town and see brown,
burned-up, closely cut lawns along
There Is no need of buying shrub
bery, as a rule. The native barberry.
the dogwood, the sumac, the witch.
hazel and various other kinds are
verv satisfactory and make the season
a long one. If other shrubs are want
ed, there are none better than the kind
commonly used the lilacs, forsythias,
honeysuckles, bridal wreath, rose of
Sharon, Japanese quince, mock orange
r ,uQ ,i,i,m.-
where a dense shade is wanted, the
clematis, hop vine, Chinese wistaria,
and trumpet vine will give shade and
, , .
1 iMiun ueneuiis uiion u'.e way ine
plantinK is carrilM, out. To begin witn.
I trewiIllr hrilha nd now(.r heds
over a lawn is worse than doing noth-
ing at all, besides causing a great nui
sance when tlii'
giahs is cut. If only
a little planting is used, let it be
around the base of the house, binding
it to the ground. The soil is likely to 1
! be very poor there, however, so that
it is well to (Mg out some of the earth,
substituting rii li soil from the garden.
There should always be a porch or
veranda on the shady side of the
house, where members of the family
may spend an hour or two when oppor
tunity offers. The outdoor living room
Is fortunately growing in popularity,
yet many farm houses are built entire
ly without porches.
Chautauqua Seems to Have a
Variety of Meanings.
United States geological survey rec
ords present these notes on geograph
ical names aud their origin and mean
ing: Brooklyn: part of New York city; a
corruption of the Dutch name Breuck
elen. from a village in the province of
Ctrecht. Holland. The name signifies
"broken up land" or "marshy land."
Burleson; county and village in John
son county. Tel., named for Edward
Burleson. Indian fighter, and vice pres
ident of the republic of Texas under
President Houston. 1841.
Chautauqua: county In Kansas;
county, lake and town In same county
In New York. An Indian word which
has been the subject of much contro
versy. Webster says It Is n corruption
of a word which means "foggy place."
Another derivation gives the meaning
as "bag tied In the middle." referring
to the shape of the lake. It is also
nld to mean "place where a child was
washed away." Dr. Peter Wilson, an
educated Seneca, says It Is literally
"where the flsb wns taken out." Other
meanings given are "place of easy
de.ith" and "place where one wae.
Chicago: city and river In Illinois
The Ojlbwa Indian form, she kng-c.
signifies "wild onion place." from a
root form implying a "b:id smell."
They Are Operated at a Loss to
the Canal Traffic.
- j ln rontrnst with the uistorv of Bel-
1 glum. Germany. France aud Austria.
Holland ail)e of ll European coun-
i tries presents a situation where the
railroads require proiec tion from the
j comietitioii of the omuls.
j Holland thu reverses the ceneral
i rup wblcu apply in all other coun-
tries. Railroad developtneLt wn re
'. markabiy slow in Holland. The tirt
Dutch railroad were short un-nl lines.
. while the waterway nystem whs ex
, tensive and strotis'.y Intrenched.
At length, convinced that she rotlid
i notkeep pace.witii other European
piece of cut glass in ourC (.ft
window for JjO.UU
Pieces worth up to $12.00
One Day Only, Thursday, Nov. 14
countries oy tier waterway system
II4JllCTa IUC I. LV- I. f,UM llliui.ii, j
structed an ambitious line of railroads :
connec ting with the International
lines of Europe. j
The railronds were built not with i
any expectation that they would be 1
profitable as Investments, but because
they were considered absolutely neces
sary to suve the country from indus
trial decadence. Holland Is the only
country In the world in which the
state has provided both rail and wa
ter highways substantially -free of cap-
i ital churge. The railroads are now
operated at a loss to supplement the
waterways, which, carry 00 per cent
of the traffic of Holland. American
Review of Reviews.
What America Has Proved.
America lias proved tSnit It ts pra
tlcnble to elevate the mnss of mankind
that portion which In Europe Is call
ed the In boring or lower class to ralsa
them to self respect, to make them
competent to act a part in the greut
right and great duty of self govern-
ujent. and she has proved that this
may be done by education and the dif -
fusion ot Knmvw;., no.as ou.
nil lifiniTi u 11 t lwillMMIlll timet Illlirp 111-
counting than ever was presented be
fore to these nine-tent lis of the human
nice who are born without hereditary
fortune or hereditary rank. Uauiel
Patient Doctor. I'm having an
nwful lot of trouble with the gus la
my stomach. Din-tor Yes, yes; 1
know! Those old fashioued fixtures
are giving people a lot of unnecessary
trouble these days. Just step Into
the next room, and I'll have my en
gineer wire you for electric llglits.
J. P. Wallace of Rock Island
j Writes letter which may be of great !
interest to skin sufferers of this city:
j Itock Island. III. I
I I think your. P. I. I . wonderful and;
one that stands iilon- in its rl:;ss. I suf-
f..r...l .i u-IM. ..I.ri.tii..
Irving most evtrythinK 1 coukl hear of. (
without results. I llnallv purchased a
1. ..tile of I). 1 !.. and I UkiukIU It mar
ine worse at first, but by the tinie 1 vH
Iho bottle used up I could see the ei-z.--ma
drying up; the Itching entirely
ceased. 1 (jt two more hollies and It
mad. me a permanent cure.
I also call it mutchlesn for cleansinx
the scalp and ailayinK itching, scalp
humors, eradicating dandru.T and n-
! moving obnoxious odors and revcnis
j falling out of the hair. I guve I . I . 1 .
a trial on my scalp anil iimi It just as
you say and cannot recommend it too 1
highly to my rflends as an article of
.: in! merit.
Should you ever want to put this In
print, you may do so, us 11 .viii lit Ine
cause of doing someone else good .
J. 1". WAI.I.Al i;.
Twntb-t'i street and Ti.lrd avenue.
So many convincing stateim tits, sim
ilar to the above, have been made to
us privately by sufferers from aggra
vated skin diseases io whom we have
sold the D. D. I). Prescription, that w
feel bound to give it our unqualified '
Harper House pharmacy, tor
Nineteenth street and faecoud aveu
Cakes, pie3 and roil 3 to
order. Doughnut3 on Tues
days and Fridays. Light
lunches and oyster stews
Ferved. 2736 Fifth avenue.
OPPOSITE HARPER HOUSE
Pin Scratch Makes Yates III.
Springfield, 111.. Nov. 13. Former
Governor Yates is ill, threatened with
blood poisoning. Physicians believe
he will be compelled to remain at
home two weeks. Mr. Yates scratched
himself with a pin recently. When In
fection was noticed a physician was
summoned. The wound became pain
ful and Mr. Yates became so ill later
that he was forced to his bed.
all the time The
HE DEAL IN STOCKS Of
Barnard & Leas Mfg.
Citizens Trust -Savings
1 B Davenport Brewing
, n Davenport Brick-Tile
' W "
Deere & Co.
Farmers & Mer. Savings
German Trust & Savings
Mechanics Mer. Savings
Mfg. State Bank of E. Mo.
Moline Trust & Savings
Mutual Wheel Co.
J. Peterson Co.
Phoenix Milling Co.
Peoples Savings & Trust
Rock Island National
Rock Island Brewing
Rock Island Plow
Rock Islanl Safety Dep.
Rock Island Savings
Rock Island Southern Ry.
Rock Island Stove
Root & Vandcrvoort
Scchler mpl. Carriage Co.
Scott County Savings
Star Shoe Co.
State Bark East Moline
S'.ate Bank Rock l3land
State Saving3 & Trust
Tri-City Lith. & Printing
Tri-City Ry. & Lt. Co.
Trio Kf. Co.
United Light & Rys. Co.
Union Saving Bank
Velio Carriage Co.
Velio Engineering Co.
Velie Motor Vehicle Co.
Wiliiani3, White & Co.
Wilson Moline Buggy Co.
Western Milling Co.
White Lily Mfg. Co.
Wright Carriage Body Co.
a Littcn & Roberts
Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages
Peeble s National Bank Building
Rock Island, III.