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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1912.
FETICH OF CULTii
traces that the whippings often drew The state was willing to grant this if
blood. Initiates of the Black Rose ; De LawTeDce would sign a Jury waiver,
took an oath to kill any one who. While the attorneys were squabbling j
divuleed its secrets. That was one! the Judge caught a glimpse 01 me
the reasons I began to lose faith
De Li'irnce. The rules of his
. . j order j-istified murder.
Chicago. Nov. 14. A woojen Indian; "The order of the White Willow was
an Indian of the idsntical variety ( for the nw members. Everybody who
customarily seen beckoning patronage came into the society Joined this. Its
presided over the devotions of the fol-!stantly !n touch with De Laurence.',""1181 ln car.wnn eyes nau eiu. ; eiuiu neao. 01 me oun muue v,
lowers r,f "Dr" l rnr-.r, w ro l.qnr- Ii they were in town they were cora-i1,ls lawyer hastened to explain that haj announced a call for a meeting of
"Who is that man?" the court de
manded. "That is De Laurence," some one
Is he drunk?" asked the Judge.
MOOSE CHIEF TO
MAP OUT BATTLE
Daily United States Weather Map
Washington, Nov. 14. Senator Jo-
j seph M. Dixon, chairman of the pro-
De Laurence was swaying uneasily ! gress've national committee, the or-
there was nothing the matter with the commlttee to be held in chicogo.
I the "doctor," except that he bad been
ence. according to uiscovrri.'s the po-j pel led to visit him at least twice a
lice made as a consequence of their, ween, u uiey were away tney were :', . K0 ! Dec. 11 and 12, for conference and
raid of Monday night on "the doctor's" ; required o write One of tbe.things ' - j development of :eglslative and organl.
pelatlal headqi!artrs at 3.;4D Michiean that the 'doctor' Insisted on knowing; ta-K- I 6 , ,
v.a vVnt kind of ir.h th Jkmbp 1 are willing to try this case I ration plans. Coincident with the is-
ne tom me coun. i"'Ssuanee of thi rail. Senator Dison1
i v.as what kind of a Job the devotee! ve are
TV. l.rt:.. r.A .u.. An(l VAR lmlltnpr Alan nna rf hia mips ; gnt Way,
j ur iiiuiau , i 1 ii ' i ' . j i 1 1 ' i i iji ni a - .- . - . w
space In front of sn altor, th" cfcif ; as tht when he asked for monej
decorations of which were three col-i Jpvcte must resoond immediately on
ored candles. The "doctor" clad jniPaaUy f being struck dead 'with
appropriate robes prostrated himself j electricity I never believed that part
In front cf it, spoke a few words I " 't.
prsumab'v in Choctaw and tha se-l "Jut before this raid
We have noth-
gave an interview indicating that the
raid was unjustifiable.
inc tn correal "
"Well, vour lawver thinks von want ! war on the republican party, waged in
a continuance," said the court, who ; the recent campaign by Colonel Roose
had observed counsel violentlv nudg-' velt and hi8 friends. Is to be contin-
miing the defendant. "We will continue wllQ VJ8r aunng me oemocrauc
' t . c -.-. a ." until Vrtv M
administration that is to begin next
ance was on. ! "c'"us A reporter who eained admission to March, with the purpose of capturing
Th Inquiry Into the r.vR.eriea of: Michigan avenue house. We were reporter ho gained admission to representatives two
the Michigan avenue cu .house was j Jl -rouse, , over the plight o, Jack j Xr"TX"
cut short In the afternoon wh'-n Judge Johnson, the prize fighter. The or- 5 8nea- The library proed a Panic-. .
N-Plrnmpr rr.fir,r.H t .,. I ,,r r, der Of the Black Rose Was insisting wy 1U'P-IUS rouiii. uui -
case unt il Nov. 22. but minv facts ' society ought to direct its secret - Bhe.vcs showed there was not
-.-o -tc!l..H K,- a . ' arTB Toward rMT Jnrmnnn nut nf! uwn. iurm,
" i - uraii' u ii j .'tin. nuiii! m Jiu: i - --- w vu. w&
the Brooklyn devote" whose defection i Jail anrI I)p Laurence was opposing
from tie ranks brought about the raid. I ,nis Preposition on the ground that
1 ii . . i It U'afl mitctno tha pnptofv'a 4ii-iarifA-
."11 n. .nunc, CIVCUrUIIlK UJ II IJ W LI - a juimv-
Th S?c on the DottI.
Magpie Is a Tvlllimr but rather stupid
admission, fell cut with the "doctor" j tion. . '-
because he had b-en impolit- P-nonch ' got into disputes of that toothache for Rome time.
U. f ll her that she was "too fat to!ki"1 the -cioctor- often flew into a "4 the creosote that had been pre
valent temper. He and a follower "lu" ikimliu iupu.u..:.
from Milwaukee got into a fight one 1 tre8S procured another remedy at the
day and the 'doctor' beat the Mil-1 dru 8tore- Thinking to impress the
waukee mw with a chair. They j rt w1th the lt7 ot Mng careful
patched up the row and the Milwau-i In the use of it. she said: "Xott. Mas-
kee man signed a paper statine De ' ao T00 wc lne SKU" ana crohs-
be an angel," and supwrtcd !. .t rIic
take treatment for 'he redurtin of
m bo n point.
"There were two orders in the cult."
said Mrs. Murie, "the order of the
White Willow and the order of the
Illack Rope. The I51aek Hose was the
holy of hcPes Its men.bershh) con
Sliited of the 'doctor' and eight select
ed negroes. The 'whiU' tr.i:h' made
up the order of li e Wfci.- i' o-.v.
"Thi' v.hf;le t'Vpov f ' Laur
enct's cult f-p;ar' ..!;. v ., exalt
the black rr e, nn-J ti. v. re rites
In connection with itltia'.ion info the
Black Hoe that were simrvstive ot
voodoolKin. Flngeiiution .v.u indulg
ed in, and if th'j police :ik . t'ur
trouble to invest icui e tivn will find
the rugB In De Laurence's house show
Laurence was not to blame for the ' bones oa ttlls la,)eI- 1,0 Jou Know
trouble." ! That they meun?"
It was a sorrv group of cultists "Yes' ma'otn." Maggie promptly re
that grouped themselves before Judge ' P1Ie3: "tne-T mPon ,nat thrt mediclne
Newcomer in the dingy little court- J te ood for the totn "
room at the Thirty-fifth street munici-
r.1 . . . . - A nnA V. . 1 P P . V. A . ...
iwn. ui iuc uu.u 0rv ool(J weather of the early winter Diained
' "" uvl " i rr.onths. Barents or young cnnaren
were woiren. One or two of the worn- i Khniiit ho r.renared for it. All that is
To this conference of the progres
sive republican national committee,"
said Senator Dixon, "will be Invited
all bull moose stat chairmen, all can
didates for governor in the last fight,
in sympathy with the bull moose
movement and about 20 bull moose
"It is our purpose to devise ways
and means to carry on our work and
to spread our propaganda during the
next two years, or until after the
next congress is elected. I think we
will have a great and a historical con
ference in Chicago."
Senator Dixon has outlined already
a tentative plan for advancing the
legislative reforms and principles con
tained in the progressive platform
U. S. Department, of Agriculture.
WILLIS U MOORE. Chta
R&s js&&3tw r r ks
cloudy; v. QZ v"
Ohserrotlons taken at 3 a. m.. seTenty-flfth m-
5sSa?SMA,r PreU"' r,auc", oa lo?ot
Jsoba (continuous loes) pass throuKh doIpm
m through point, of equal temperature? drawn
only fox zero, frsexlng. 90. and lou". crawu
- KJ clear. partly cloudy;
VS rain: snow; report Eing.
te I,thwlnd- Flrst flur"- lowest
of m ik past H hour!,: cond. prerlpltatlon
muni wtodyefoXf01 24 bUrS: m"1'
4 M AM"
In those states where we elected
Croup is moEt prevalent during the j members of the legislature." he ex-
"we will appoint legislative
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAM). I.YEMORT. MOLI.XK
Fair tonight and Friday, not much change in temperature,
night will be near the freezinb point.
ami vicix rrw
The lowest temperature to
on were good '.ocking and there wasreeded is a bottle of Chamberlain's
Precipitation over the territory from
committees to introduce In their re-! the lake region and the Ohio valley
j speetive legislatures bills reducing to 'and Tennessee to New England has
one delicate appearing girl who was
A neK'o attorney appeared for De
Laurence, lie wanted a continuance.
Cough Remedy. Many mothers are
r.ever without it in their hemes and
it has r.ever disappointed them. Sold
by all druggists. (Advertisement.)
ON FRIDAY VINCENT ASTOR STEPS ETT0 POSSESSION OF HIS
FATHER'S MILLIONS; YOUNGEST MAN TO OWN SUCH A FORTUNE
concrete form the recommendations of j resulted from the eastern storm which
the national progressive platform. now extends from the St. Lawrence
"The national committee will name j valley southward to Florida, but is
a national legislative committee J central over western New York. The
which will prepare, draft and present ' northwestern low covers the Canadian
to our bull moose friends in congress northwest and the north Pacific sec-
toulght and Friday.
Reck Island 40
Yellowstone Park ...
m Mlm - KV ffi k$ I Jii
bills to carry into effect the pledges J tions, wi-h the greatest barometric de- Kansas City 5S
of our platform." ipression in northern Saskatchewan, ! New Orleans CC
That there shall be harmony In ac-iand rains have again fallen In Wash-i New York C2
tion in the bull moose congressional
following, there wil'. be a caucus at
the approaching session to which old
bull moose members and new ones
Ington and Oregon. High pressures
and fair weather are noted in the
southern plateau sections and from
the eastern Rocky mountain slope to
will be invited and a definite plan of j the Mississippi valley. On account of
legislative campaign adopted.
Umated that a number of
St. Louis .
St. Paul ..
It is In-; this distribution of air pressure, fair ' San Francisco
members l weather, without much change In tern-! Seattle
of the house and senate, electeu aa perature, is indicated for this vicinity I Washlng'on, D. C.
republicans, will be ready by that! !
time to throw their fortunes with
the moosers, but Senator Dixon said
he had no knowledge of this and that
if such was the case all overtures
wcu'd have to come from the so-called
regular republicans as individuals.
Senator Dixon, could not forecast
Flood. Height. Chng.
.40 St. Paul 14
.56 I Red Wing 14
.OOjRoed's Landing 12
.00 jLa Crosse 12
.00 ! Lansing IS
.00 i Prairie du Chlen 18
.02 Dubuque 18
.26 I Clinton 16
.44 Le Claire 10
.00 I Rock Island 15
Only slight changes in the Missis'
.00 sippi will occur from below Dubuque to
.02 J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
Vincent Aacori hla mother, Ava
New York. Nov. 14 One of the j mind. It is the Astor wind, the mind
world" greatest fortunes a cool! that for five generations has made
1 100.000,000 I, about to fall Into theiand cumulated millions until today
.... the Astors compose one of the wealth-
bunas of a mere bov. ... ... ,
j lest families la the world. Young
Joha Jacob Astor. ,;. first, who t Astor has a good head for figures. It
came to AnuTicu a LK'uuilesa immi-'is said, and is well fitted U take up
Willing Aator, and Aater realaencc cn Flftn avenue, New York.
ment of this nature in the name
T. 4 A c nr i'.... ...... 9.
the possibility Of agreement between j Groin. Provisions. Stocks and Cotton
the progressives and democrats on tar-! HCL CT" at-,Iock l3,"1 llo"3e(;aR"5jS'
!p i i i Island. 111. Chicago office, S--10Q.
in legislation. Bia.a of Trade. Local telephones. No.
"We are standing for a protective wesl 330-)
tariff, he said, "and the democrats
Knnt, died fix 1878 worth $20,000,000.
Today, t4 years later, bis descend
ants, collectively, ore worth $400,000,
t'i'0, atid this t'Ktliuale includes only
the wealth that spruuir from the well
spring thi-lr forU.-ar disoyvered New
York real en la to.
Friday of thut week, when he attains
his majority, one quarter of this gi
gantic figure is to come absolutely
icto the bauds of your.g Wi'.Ham Vin
cent Astor. Colonel Abor's only son.
Heretofore do three generations be
tween htm and the founder all have
had th ir weulth Qua'i.led in some
way. Tbl yoiinstrr has it to do
ita as he plt'Hsct.
What nunciT of man is It Into
whore bauds is to be placed, with
out effort on his part. evn without
the management of the vast estate
whose headship he achieved when the
ill-fated Titanic sunk beneath the
waves of the Atlantic last. April.
Though but 21, Vincent Astor al
ready possesses the serious bent which
Is usually found In older men. He
appreciates hia responsibilities. He
understands the magnitude of the task
which, lies before him if he would pre
serve his great fortune. And he does
not shrink from it.
It may be that he will carry out a
plan that some of his father's friends
are nourishing to make in the name
of his father some substantial bequest
to charity or to some public welfare
movement. Family friends regret
that the will of Colonel Astor made
no mention of this. They felt that
the asking, such a tremendous force j since so much ot the Astor wealth,
for good or evil? Will Vincent Astor j came from the public, through tie in
line his money foclisUly or wisely? crease In real estate values which
Will he uso it in sui h a way that 'springs essentially from the people.
tie world wil be the gaiuir or tbe:that some tort of recognition should I
ll'er. be made of the debt. It la more than
These who know him are agreed possible that within a few months the
that he pcHBtsties a strong, clear, alert young man will make aa announce-
are advocating a tariff for revenue
only. I cannot tell how low a tariff
bill they will present uncer this prln
ciple." Some tim during the winter Sena
tor Dixon will opjn national headquar
ters in Washington through which pro
gressive literature will be distributed
throughout the country. It is prob
able a regular bulletin will be issued
carrying the progressive editorials
and argumentative matter.
Senator Diyon counts the full bull
moose strength in the house during
the next congress at 24, divided
among the following states: Washing
ton, four; California, three; Michi
gan, two; Illinois, two; New York,
one; Pennsylvania, five; North Da
kota, two; South Dakota, one; Ne
braska, two; Kansas, one; Oregon,
one. In addition to these, five mem
bers-elect of the Pennsylvania delega
tion who were elected as regular re-
nublicans have written William Finn
Is Vincent Astor contemplating' hn . tu,t thi
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
December. 88, $SV. 87, 87.
May, 93, 93, 93, 93.
July, 90, 90, 89 , 83Vii.
December, 49, 49, 4S, 4ST4.
May, 48, 48. 48'4. 48.
July. 49, 49. 49, 49.
December, 30, 30, 30'4. 30.
May, 32. 32, 32',, 32 'i.
July, 32, 32, 32V4. 32.
January, 18.65, 18.S0, 1S.G2, 18.C5.
May, 18.27, 1840, 18.28, 18.30.
January, 10.C2, 10.70. 10.60, 10.62.
May. 10.30. 10.37. 10.27, 10.32.
January. 10.07, 10.20, 10.07. 10.12.
May, 9.85, 9.95, 9.85, 9.90.
matrimony? And if so, who is to be
the fortunate girl? What, is his at
titude toward his mother, Ava Will
ing Astor? Toward his father's sec
ond wife, Madeleine Force Astor?
There are questions of general inter
Young Astor himself declares that,
thoughts of marriage are farthest
from his mind. This is probably true.
He is likely to remain single for at
least five years yet, though the gos
sips have linked his name with those
of half a dozen of the Newport beau
Toward his mother he acts the part
of a devoted son. He has not re
vealed his plans with regard to her.
But one thing is certain she will
never visit him at Ferncliffe, his beau
tiful Rhinebeck estate, for here was
the scene of Colonel Astor's second
Neither will the first Mrs. Astor
visit again the mansion on Fifth ave
nue, where she and Colonel Astor
lived together many years, for this is
now in the possession of the second i
if Roosevelt got. more votes in Penn
sylvania than did Taft, they would
vote with the bull moosers, elected to
In the senate the hull moosers
count on the co-operation of Poindex
ter, Clapp, Bristow, Dixon and Craw
ford, with the possible addition of
Cummins and Norris of Nebraska,
whose election is considered certain.
Wild hay, $14 to $15.
Oats, 32c to 34c.
Straw, $S to $9.
Corn, 63c to 64c.
Rye, per bushel, 65c.
Coal Lump, per ton,
Ca'tle steady. Beeves 5.20 10.85.
Stockers 4.107.10. Texans 4.305.60.
Cows 2.757.40. Westerns 5.509.00.
Calves 0.50 10.50.
Sheep steady to 10c up. ' Natives
3.404.65. Lambs 5.407.40. West
erns 3.504.D5. , Lambs 5.507.35.
Close of Market.
Hogs closed a shade higher. Light
7.35(5 8.00. Bulk 7.70 8.00. Mixed 7.45
8.10. Heavy 7.358.10. Rougn 7.35
Cattle strcng. Top 10.85.
Sheep strong. Top 4.C5. I-ambs
strong. Top 7.40.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep still bearish. Locals are guessing low
Kansan ritv lO.fttm f, 000 6.000 ! noints. Popular ideas cover 45c for
Omaha 10,200 3,800 7,500 .May corn and 30c for May oats,
Chicago, Nov. 14. There Is much
belief that wheat and corn may stage
some kind of a ia!Iy today. Ninety
per cen'. of factors ia all grains are
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Estimated CMcago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Catt. Sheer.
Chicago 15,000 2,500 13,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Nov. 14. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 172
Export aud domestic cash demand
is resting. Some talk of a fairly good
export corn demand if we get low
enough. In the 1895 and 1900 period
the United Sta es exported about 170,
000,000 bushels of corn annually. Out-
iside buying interest is very smalL
Maturing of a record Argentine crop
will be most bearish on ' May wheat.
U. S. Steel common
U.S. Steel preferred . . : 112 i'Chii'ago December and Liverpool De
cember spread is about 13c.
DARKENS THE HAIR
A Simple Remedy Gives Color,
t Strength and Beauty
. iothe Hair.jf J.
Yoxi don't have to have gray hair or
Wheat No. 2 r 1030105. No. 3 r 01 i Reading l(l78jtine raises a record crop our May
100, No. 2 h 8S89, No. 3 h 87 JRock Island preferred 49 J wheat premium will be too high.
88, No. 1 ns 88'i89Vi. No. 2 ns 86 j Rock Island common 20', j Balkan news indicates an early
87V. No. 3 ns 8284 , No. 2 s 8C ! Northwestern 1 40 j peace.
87, No. 3 a 82 84, No. 4 s 7582. J Southern Pacific Ill J Wtsiern hog runs this week Is about
Corn No. 2 56'457, No. 2 w 58 'New York Cen ral 115 j 10 per cent below last year.
58, No. 2 y 5858, No. 3 55Vi56, 1 Missouri Pacific 41Vi! Decatur maintains its claim that
No. 3 w 6758. No. 3 y 5757, (Great Ncrthern 138 j farmers arc not selling corn in cen-
No. 4 54',i56, No. 4 w 55, No. 4 y j orthern Pacific 1,23 ; trai in.noia ana onerings will cou-
55 57. Louisville 4L-. Na3bvi:io US unue Hint.
Smelters 79 -
Cclorado Fuel & Iron 30 New Ycrk, Nov. 14 All the markets
Canadian Pacific 2C5 abroad are ron3. ou reassuring news
Liverpool Cables. ! Pennsylvania 123 about the llalka-i tituation, on rumors
Wheat opened 3-8 to 1-2 ofl; closed Ee 34 that Sc ivia ha3 yielded to Austria.
3-4 to 7-8 off. i Lead C0 1 !' would tak the swiftest of avla-
Corn opened 1-4 off; c osed 3-8 to 1-2 j Chesapeake & Ohio i ;tcra to keep up with the varying dis-
off. ' (Brooklyn Rapid Transit 89 patches wiih regard to the intentions
Chicago Receipts. Baltimoie & Ohio 10C'tf Pixrident-elect Wilscu as regards
Today. Contract Atchison 107 'the tailing of an cx'ra session. We
Oats No. 2 w 34, No. 3 w 30
31, No. 4 w 29 30, standard 32
55 : Locomotive 45 : suppose it .a entirely reasonable to av
2jSugar 121 ; sumo that he has net yet reached any
27 lot. Paul no ; determination in the matter.
Copper 85 I-as- nisht's speech of Attorney Gcn-
Lehigh Valley 174'erai Wiclerham certainly admits of
No Danger of Stomach Distress or
ingestion if You Take Digestit
faded hair if vou don't want to. Whv Duluth 653 558
Mr ARtnr rh will h, th ..on nf wo or unawracuvei xi your na rtWlnniDeK sl7 VA1
it as long as she lives ii y or,tade y an, change it. chicaoo Estimate. Tomorrow,
u as long as sne lives I asily, quickly and effectively by using' "
Jhe world will watch with deep in-i Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur Hair heat J?3
terest the career of Vincent Astor. Remedy. Apply a little tonight, and ia Corn loS
He has opportunities for doing goodi the morning you will be agreeably sur- Oats 230
or evil the like of which has neve pnsea at the results irom a eingiei primary Movement.
application, xne gray cairs win De less
before been given to one so yourul
He will not dissipate his million
Dot win be use them in such a way
that the world will be the better for,
his possessing them?
The growth of the Astor fortune as
tion: John Jaroh AKtPr first i-fr in Vlesorae dresszng which may bo used
conspicuous, and after a few more;wheat today 1,625.000
Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur also quick- j c.orn today 46d,000
removes dandruff, leaves the scalp Year ago 435,000
aa and healthy, and promotes the!
rn...v T or 1
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Eat what you want and "Digestif other uosets Dicestit relieve. ,,irfc. I tion: Jnhn .Tah firBt iBr in V!esome .s?ln? wb,ct ?ay bo used i Maru.
t.-. ,vui. .: ;. . . r. i . . ' atmnv time witn nerfectsftfetv. I " ' - .
amn.awui.iipni- ij. almost immediately after taking a jlS4S, 120.000.000 to William Backhouse let ia fifty centbcttle from vourdru?-! Hogs 21,000. and slow. Left over
: ... uuiou-iuruioit? leeiing cose your stomach feels good as new. J Astor. who left In 1875. IS0.O00.O0O (of gi-X today, and see how quickly it will 5.446. Light 7.307.95. Mixed 7AS
n an me ioou ana makes Digcttn has brought relief to thous-1 which Jchn Jacob, third, and William, resfcre the youthful color and beauty of 8 05
r.wU.M ,-v, uw. ivu ui- anas wny not you7 Try It on our ! the eons, each received half) Jcha youinair ana torever end the nasty
gostit is au a:l to digestion, quick : gup.raatee. We are so confident it i Jacob Astnr thirri if-tt in tsqn tori, daniruff, hot, itchy scalp and falling
GetT T T t0 Astor. S'SSSSSf
Get a cackace tn- . who is rm wrrth II -fi n.iri Ar, a , 5 - . ... . .
sets. It Is oerfectlv rmiu fin fr,r a , t"T .. . "t: .'.-." " u you are noi satisnea alter I air trial.
- - - r " jsi see 1 nam Agior left in lays, J!!9,000,COO to i
miii. r '11 nB w. aa trr vn net n i . , . . . . I
, , , " 7f t . v I, 1 overworuea j jenn Jacob Astor. four;h. uho left ia! Spfcial agents, Harper House phar
I C v 100a no aiatress. 1 uu:. iiyo.ooo.oco to William Vincent'mac
w u, , wctuum f 1 tAovenosemeut. j Astor. J
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Nov. 14. Following are the whole
sale quotations 011 the local market
Butter Creamery, 32c.
Dairy butter, 23c.
Lard, 13c per pound.
Storage eggs, 25c
Fresh eggs, 32c.
Potatoes, 45c to 50c.
Cab'oage, 3c head.
Ocions. 50c to GOc bushel.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay. $20.
a Janus-faced interpretation.
Wail rticft : encraliy t- ems to be ex
pecting a Lf'.tcr market today, owing
'o the happier tenor of the cables.
certain relief tor indigestion, and a will help you we
permanent remedy for stomach up-' money if it fails
ly harmless, fine for
children as well
19th SC. 2nd Are. (Adverts
Cattle 5.000. Strong.
Sheep 25.000, 10c up.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs slow. Light 7.30 S 7.95. Bulk
7.70S7.S5. Mixed 7.45G8.05. Pigs 5.00!
6.85. Heavy 7.358.10. Good 75 .
8.10. Yorkers 7.807.90.
Phone 2069. Lady Attendant.
R. W. KENT
Open Day and Right
S13 18th Street, Rock Island.
Cakes, pies and rolls to
order. Doughnuts on Tues
days and Fridays. Light
lunches and oyster stews
served. 2736 Fifth avenue.