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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1912.
Daily United States Weather Map
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS L. MOORE. Chief.
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FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND. DAVEXPOKT. MOLIXE AND VICUHTT.
Fair tonight and Saturday, colder with the lowest temperature about 25 degrees.
WEATHER CONDITIONS. . movement of the northern low and the
The northern storm has moved with ! approach of the western high will be
rr.tiv ir,r.ain !t.,it . Ti,. ! attended by fair weather In this vi-
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Michigan, where the
fallen to about 29.5 inches. It has
been attended by rain or snow In Min
nesota and the northern portion of the
lake region and by high winds In the
Missouri and upper Mississippi valleys
.nd the upper lake region. High pres
sures and generally clear skies are
r.oted from the Pacific coast to the
Missouri valley and lower tempera
tures are noted on the northeastern
P.ocky mountain Blnpe. The eastward
cinitv tonieht and Rnnriav n-tth pnlHsr
High. Low. Prep.
Atlantic City 58 42 .00
"Boston 62 42 .00
Buffalo 48 38 .00
Fock Island 54 37 .00
Denver 62 32 .00
Jacksonville 74 '58 .00
Kansas City 62 40 .00
New Orleans 72 60 .00
New York 60 44 .00
Norfolk 68 62 .00
Phoenix 76 42 .00
St Louis 68 44 .00
St. Paul 28 .00
San Diego 78 64 .00
San Francisco 64 48 . .00
Seattle 56 40 .00
Washington. D. C. ..64 34 .00
Winnipeg 34 20 .00
Yellowstone Park .. 26 .00
and one-half millions on Monday.
Chicago December wheat is 20 cents
under Liverpool December. Chicago
may wheat is still around 13 cents be
low Liverpool "December.
Decatur again reports offerings of
corn light. Dealers now filling former
sales but cars are very scarce. I have
reports from Ohio Indicating the far
mer is fighting the corn prices.
Liverpool corn and wheat come at
718 to lw. lower. This is a shock a
Argentine news must be excellent
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other turn for peace.
New York, Nov. 23. The London
market is slightly lower this mortmis,
due to the somewhat more complicat
ed aspect of the European situation,
which, however, complex as It may
seem, is not likely to result in any
Today's bank statement Is looked
upon as likely to make a falrty gtd
showing and gold imports already an
nounced are considered the fore-runner
of further engagements.
Locally, newB continueo of the same
favorable character to which we have
become so well accustomed of late.
The European situation and the Im
pending congressional session seems
to furnish a definite offset to other
bullish factors, and the ' immediate
prospects seems to hold forth nothing
but a market In which good trading
possibilities are assured.
SHE'S ANXIOUS TO
GET BACK TO PANAMA
Nearly stationary stages in the Miss
issippi will continue from below Du
buque to Muscatine.
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
(By wire from E. W. Warner at Co,
Grain. jTiTvtnton.. Stock, and Cotton.
Loct ottlcra at Rock Island liounr. Rock
l-tand. III. Chicago ofllre. --10,
fe.iaia of Trade. Local telephone, No.
VARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
X"C. 65, S4H. 85Vi.
May, 89, 9074. 8974. 90Si.
July. 874 iS. 87'.,, 884.
Die, 47;. 4S. 47, 4774.
May. 47h. 4 4 7 34 , 48.
July, 4S',, i'J. 4 I. 49.
Dec. 30, 31,i, 20. 314.
May. 22. 32H. 32. 22.
July, 32, 32'4, 32. 32l.
Jan.. 19.20. 19.32, 19.10, 19.32.
May, 18.40, 18.50. 220.127.116.11.
Jan., 10.67. 10.72, 10.62, 10.70.
May. 10.15, 10.23, 10.12, 10.22.
Jan.. 10.22. 10.32. 10.20, 10.30.
May. 9.85. 8.90, 9.85. 9.92.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Corn No. 3 y new 46 40 474; No.
4, old, 64 ft 55. new 45S4C4.
Oats No. 2 w 34054. standard 33
Wheat closed 7 lower.
Corn closrd 1 lower.
Chicago Receipt a.
Wheat 62 20
Corn 308 3
Oats 196 81
To- Last Last
day. week. year.
Minneapolis 511 448 376
Duluth , 472 608 77
Wiunlptg 862 867 COS
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 1.788,000 1,213.00
Yea rago 709,000 223.000
Corn today 695,000 214,000
Year ago 707,000 2C8.000
LIVE STOCK MARKET. .
Opening of Market.
Hogs 12,000; shade lower; left over
3,317. Light 7.35'? 7.80. mixed 7.40
7.75. heavy 7.3007.85, rough 7.30
Cattle 700; steady.
Sheep 4,000; weak.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hogs slow. Light 7.357.80, bulk
7.GO07.8O, mixed 7.407.82V4, pigs
5.5007.50, heavy 7.30 7.85. good 7.50
7.85, rough 7.307.50, Yorkers 7.70
Cattle slow. Beeves 5.25310.55,
stockers 4.25 7.50, Texans 4.30 5.C0.
cows 2.7007.36. westerns 6.409.10,
calves 6.60 10.25.
Sheep slow and weak. Natives 3.40
4.50, lambs 6.50 7.45, westerns 3.70
4.50. lambs 6.657.40.
Close of Market.
Hogs 12,000; active. Light 7.35
7.80, bulk 7.60 7.80, mixed 7.40
7.82V4, heavy 7.30 7.85, rough 7.30
Cattle slow to steady; top 10.55.
Sheep slow and weak; top 54.0.
Lambs weak; top 7.45.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 2,500 500
Omaha 7.600 100
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Chicago 42.000 25,000 45,000 j
Hogs next week, 155,000.
This Week's Pay
Will you spend it all on this week's living?
If you do, what source will you draw from to
build up your fund for opportunity or emergency?
From this week's p ay first take a little for your sav
ings account at the German Trust & Savings bank
and plan your ezpen ees according to the remainder.
Your future compete nee win be just as sure as the
pay envelope is now.
German Trust & Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Nov. 23. Following are
the quotations on ths market today:
Gas ' 142
Union Pacific 17174
U. S. Steel common 73
Rock Island preferred ........ . 4874
Rock Island common 254
Southern Pacific 1114
New York Central 114 V
Missouri Pacific 4374
Great Northern 138
Northern Pacific 124
Louisville & Nashville 146
Colorado Fuel & Iron 36
Canadian Pacific 2C5V4
Chesapeake & Ohio 81
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 92
Baltimore & Ohio 10674
Atchison ... 107
S. Paul 114
Lehigh Valley 175
Republic Steel common 28
New York, Nov. 23. Clearisg house
members' average: Loans, decrease
$9,948,000; specie, decrease $895,000;
legals, increase $979,000; deposits, de
crease $8,788,000; reserve, increase $2,
285,700-; actual loans, decrease $7,227,
000; specie, decrease $2,810,000; le
gals, increase $61,000; deposits, de
crease $5,662,000; reserve, decrease
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Nov. 23. Following are the whole
sale quotations on the local market
Butter, creamery, 33c.
Dairy Butter, 30c.
Lard, 14c per pound.
Fresh eggs, 33c.
Fresh eggs, 30c
Cabbage, 3c head.
Onions, 65c par bushex.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay. $20.
Wild hay, $14 to $15.
Corn, 60c to 65c.
Rye, per bushel, 65c. ,
Coal Lump, per ton, 1.75; alack,
ries. Uncle Sam buys for her the best
in the market and sells it to her at
cost; so she lives cheaply, while the
women back home are worrying about
high prices. Uncle Sam classifies his
employes In such a way that you have
but to see the house in which a given
family lives to know the salary of its
head. Thus everybody lives frankly
for what he Is."
In her position as "first lady" of the
canal zone Mrs. Goethals has been
called upon to act as hostess for
many famous personages. She enter
tained Colonel Roosevelt when he waa
president Twice has she received
and entertained Mr. Taft once since
he became president and she has en
tertained all the cabinet officers in her
Panama home. There is hardly a sen
ator or congressman who has not lunch-
or dined with her. Diplomats of all
nations have paid their respects, and
the greatest engineers of the world
have slept beneath her roof In the
house at the top of the divide through
which Culbera Is cut
"I have been away several , months
and I can hardly wait for my return
home," Mrs. Goethals said. "I want
to go over every foot of ground and
see every new step taken In the build
ing of the canal. I will be glad to get
back to my home with Its great
screened porches, Rs lovely garden of
tropical flowers, and the sound of the
engines coming up from the cut
"The distinctive features of Panama
life come about through the supervi
sion that the government has over all
things In Panama. Practically every
body on the zone works for the govern
ment The homes are government
built and the supplies are bought at the
"There Is a certain class of house
for the $1,200 employe, another for
the $1,800 man, still another for the
$3,000 man, and so on through the
grades. - So there Is no possibility of
sailing under false colors in these mat
ters, and there Is no possibility of one
household being able to out-do anoth
er. It is a lesson in enforced frank
ness that is probably taught In no
other community of this size In the
"When the canal is completed and
we are all sent back home it is prob
able that we will more fully realize
the troubles that we have been avoid
ing having a beneficent vUncle Sam to
look after all our household worries.
l am sure aiso tnai we win De at a
loss as to how to deport ourselves
among 'our sisters who have not had
this rigorous course of enforced hon.
Some friction between Russia and
Austria is the latest factor. Other
wise the newspapers consider general
wheat aews unchanged. Another day
of firmness Is probable.
Corn movement should start Not,
20 to 25. If the country does not get
busy by Tuesday I believe corn shorts
will get busy. It is high time Chicago
jumped to 400 cars daily. The delay
in corn movement may be due to
some trivial cause. Iowa corn seems
to be on the brink of a movement.
Provision men look for some kind of
a break. I do not believe it will be
an extended affair.
Wheat visible should increase two
Mrs. George W. Goethals. J
Washington. That the American
woman at Panama is the happiest,
most contented creature on earth is
the opinion oi Mrs. George W. Goeth
als, wife of the boss of the canal zone.
She is now visiting in Washington
and talks freely of the situation at
Panama. She thinks the isthmus, or
at least that part of it owned by Uncle
Sam, is a splendid place to live and
can hardly wait until her return.
"The American woman at Panama
is the most contented and happy wom
an that I know," said Mrs. Goethals.
This is because the manner of life
at Panama relieves her of petty wor-
Week's School Savings.
The State bank collected the fol
lowing amounts from the various
schools of the city yesterday and de
posited the money to the credit of the
Audubon $ 5.63
Eugene Field 23.81
Hawthorne s 29,86
Horace Mann 25.21
Manitowoc, Wis. No verdict waa
returned by the coroner's jury at Chil
ton as to the death of A. M. Fairchild
of Kiel, a telegraph operator, who was
found dead with a bullet hole in his
BY B. F. HARRIS. I a messenger and the carrier's car fare
(In Illinois Farmers' Institute Bulle- to the farms.
tin.) An average increase of five bushels
Illinois has 55,000 square miles of 4 oth,e re would add $175,000,000 an-
land nearly 36,000,000 acres and we
could readily raise enough to feed
20,000,000 people, and yet we fall far
short of that, and with f waning farm
fertility, due to soil robbing methods,
and relying on that blessed trinity
of chance, accident and mistake, we
have been slow to take up the prob
lem of conservative farming, which
will bring us greater yields and in
All the information as to better
methods is in cold storage in agricul
tural schools, though demonstrated by
our best farmers and most of the far
mers in Europe, and all that Is nec
essary to make these facts available
for practical purposes is money for
ALL THE TIME
Shellhorn Lady Suffered a Great
Deal, But Is All Right Now.
Shellhorn, Ala. In a letter from this
place, Mrs. Carrie May says: "A short
time ago. I commenced to have weak
spells and headaches. I felt bad all
the time, and soon grew so bad I
couldn't stay up. I thought I woald die.
At last my husband got me a bottle
of Cardul, and It helped me; so ha got
some more. After I had taken the
second bottle, I was entirely welL
I wish every lady, suffering from
womanly trouble, woa'd try CarduL
It Is the best me cine I know of. It
did me more good liian anything I aver
Cardul la a woman's tonic a
strengthening medicina for women,
made from Ingredients that act spe
cifically on the womanly organs, and
thus help to build op the womanly con
stitution to glowing good health.
As a remedy for woman's Ills, it has
a successful record of over 60 yean.
Tour druggist sells It Please try it
N. B Write to: Ladies' Advisory Dept.. Ourtta
Moca Medicine Co., Ourtunooca. Trtin.. for Special
ItiVnvtuinM, and 64-case bouk. "Home Treauacol
tor Wnn." tax ta ptaia wrapper. teqimfc
That Sense of Feeling
There's a whole lot of satisfaction in wearing custom
made clothes, made by a good merchant tailor. No mat
ter who you may meet or where you are seen, you feel
perfectly as ease upon any and all occasions. Custom
made clothes never fail to add dignity to your appear
ance and ease to your manner.
1 am showing a very line selection in
Suitings and Overcoatings
Call and be Measured for One of These
E. F. DORN
1808 Third Avenue Rock Island, 111.
was closed to the. butter shipped In
from-neighboring states, the people of
all her cities, outside of Chicago, plus
260,000 of her rural population, would
be deprived of butter for their bread.
Does that touch our pride on the but
Our farmers, most of them, are
not really farmers at all, but miners,
mining the fertility cf the soil and
selling it for little more than the cost
TYPICAL ALFALFA LETTER.
Riverside Farm, Yellow Springs,
Ohio,, Nov. 4, 1912. Illinois Farmers'
Institute, Springfield, 111. Gentlemen:
Please send me bulletin No. 18, giv
ing method of growing alfalfa.
Spring before last I sold 400 tons
of baled alfalfa hay in Akron, Ohio,
for $20 a ton. Last spring I sold 300
tons, loose in the mow, not touched
by me. for $22 a ton. I will hold this
summer's crop at $25 a ton in the
My 300 acres of land all In alfalfa
brings five tons to the acre; three
cuttings at $22 a ton equal $110 to
the acre, showing the land to be worth
$2,000 per acre. Yours truly,
(Signed) JOHN BRYAN.
BIRTH OF COLONEL BOGY.
one bushel per acre increase on all
improved farm land in the United
States would require 12,500 extra
trains, of 50 cars each, to transport
In the 10 years following 1899, pro
duction of cereals in this country In
creased only 1.7 per cent, but the mar
ket values were higher in 1909 by
79.8 per cent, the increase In price
being 47 times the increase in quan
tity. An 80-bushel corn crop for one
year will make the farmer more net
money than a 40-bushel average for
four years, the usual method.
All lines of Industry, all methods
and men have advanced production,
and lowered the cost, except the farnv
er who is standing still, and the still
er he stands the higher the cost of
living and the lower his soil fertility.
Building up soil fertility will build
up yields and pull down the cost of
living, giving the farmer more profit
on what would cost the consumer less
We have as good or better land,
tools, soil, brains, etc., as Europe,
but we are not properly employing any
of these factors. We raise the wheat
crop of this country -on 60,000,000
acres, with an average of 13.7 bushels
to the acre, while our best farmers,
and several countries of Europe on
thousand-year farm land, average 26
to 40- bushels. As an example, we
and Denmark, with a soil originally
very poor, the model farm country of
the world. They raise 38 bushels of
wheat to the acre, andtall their yields
per acre are greater than any in the
world. With less than one-third the
area of Illinois, and more than one
fifth of it not tillable, and with 2,600,
000 population, they feed themselves
and annually erport $9 per acre for
every acre of farm land in Denmark.
For a period of 10 years the gross
receipts on our farms all together have
not been $9 per acre. Our average
here In Illinois is only $11, and Iowa,
the most uniformly fertile state in the
union. $11.40. Denmark buys her
wheat and 125,000 tons of fertiliser
annually, and has $400,000,000 in her
savings tanks, a per capita average
We call Illinois a great dairy state,
yet she does not produce enough but
ter for her own people. If the state
Origin of the Tern That Has Become
a Part of Golf.
"Who is Colonel Bogy?" That Is the
first question usually asked by the re
cruit when he steps on the golf links.
Professionals and veterans never tire
of explaining that he Is tfce Imaginary
opponent with the fixed srtre for each
hole, but few can tell how the name
It generally is accepted that an Eng
llshman was first to set forth the Idea.
In December, 1890, the scratch score of
the Coventry course was taken, being
the score that a good scratch player
would take to each bole of the grounds,
making no mistakes, but also fluking
nothing nor being fortunate with any
special flashes of brilliant play.
At the time they called this "the
ground score," and later several tour-
naments were given nnder the system.
The name, however, followed soon, and
Its origin was a carious one. Dr.
Thomas Browne, R. N., want oat to
play against a friend. Major Charles
A. Weilman, and they agreed Instead
of playing directly against each other
to play against the ground ftor and
decide their match accordingly as sack
fared in this way. It so haprened that
about the same time the bogy sons;
was being sung by the late E. J. Lon
nen at the London Gaiety theater, and
everybody else was singing it The
words of the refrain were:
Hush! Hush! Huah!
Here comes the bogy man!
So hide your head beneath the clothe.
He'll catch you If he can.
There was the idea la golf. "Hsll
catch you If he can!" And it flashed
i across the mind of Major Wellmai
when he was playing this game and
was getting "caught" by the ground
score. "Why," said ho to his friend
Browne, "this player of yours Is a reg
ular 'bogy' man." A considerable piece
of golf history was mads in that
chance remark, for "bogy" was from
that moment established In golf. Some
time later "colonel" was added. Ex
change. Creating an Impression.
"Is be really a great scientist T"
"I have my doubts," replied Miss
Cayenne. "I suspect he is one of the
scientists who get their reputations by
sitting down to a dinner table and
saying chloride of sodium instead of
salt" Washington Stsr.
Quick Relief for Rheumatism.
George W. Koons. Lawton. Mioh,
ays: "Dr. Detchon's Relief for
Rheumatism has given my wife won
derful benefit for rheumatism. She
could not lift hand or foot; bad to be
lifted for two months. She began the
use of the remedy and Improved rap
idly. On Monday she could not move
and on Wednesday she got up, dressed
herself and walked out for breakfast"
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nue. Rock Island; Gust Schlegel 4b
Son. 220 West Second street. Daven
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digestion will show it. And one trouble leads to another.
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