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THE ROCK IS1LAND ARGUS. FRIDAY, JANUARY io, 1913.
Daily United States Weather Map
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FOItKCAST FOR ROCK ISLAND. DAVKXPORT. MOIJ3TK AVD TICTXITT.
Rain or snow tonight or Saturday, wanner tonight with the lowest temperature slightly be
low the freezing point.
The western area of low pressure
overlies the territory from the Pacific
coast to Iowa, with its center over
northern Arizona. It has caused rain
or snow on the PaciSc slope and In the
northern Rocky mountain sections, the
Missouri end Mississippi valleys and
the gulf Etatcs, and cloudy skies pre
vail as far eastward as the middle ar
south Atlantic coast. High tempera
tures are noted in the territory from
Colorado, New Mexico and Texas
northeastward to New England, but
high pressures and temperatures below
Iiero are reported from the Canadian
northwest and the northwestern bor
i der of the United States east of the
I crest of the Rockies. The eastward
movement of the western storm will
be attended by rain or 6now In this
vicinity tonight and Saturday, with
i somewhat warmer tonight,
i High. Low. Prep.
'Atlantic City 32 2C .00
'Boston 24 2') .00
Buffalo 2C 24 .00
IRock Hland 2G 19 .00
Denver 44 8
Jacksonville 58 52
Kansas City 30 26
New Orleans 48 46
New York 32 26
Norfolk 3C 34
Phoenix 60 KG
St. Louis 28 24
;St. Paul 28 10
jSan Diego . . -. 52 44
San Francisco 40 36
i Seattle 40 32
i Washington, D. C 36 28
i Winnipeg 16 -IS
Yellowstone Park ... -2
Today' '$ Market Quotations
(Bv wire from E. W W:,er A Co.. i Chicago Receipts. Wes'.ern Livestock.
Grain. tiv!h1uii. Stok and Cut ton. , j ., i
IorHi off.rva at Kf-k laiund lion. Ko. k Today. C ontract. Hogs. Cattle. Sheep. I
Jala. .J. in (-Lira., um.a. '". ' Wheat 125 85 Kansas City 8,000 1.500 4,000
30ARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
2 ' Omaha 9,100 1,300 3.800
23 ; Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
I Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
j '. lo. HO'-
i To- Last Last 1 Chicago 16,000 500 2,000
day. week, year.
i Minneapolis ":J5 3S5 171; NEW YORK STOCKS.
. Duluth 181 S'm 29 j ew York. Jan. 10. Following are
j Winnipeg . :m 487 130 j th q!.otatlons on the ,arkM loda..
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow. ;
Whea .) Ua" 113
Corn 322 Vnicn Pa!fic HlO'i
lotts 1C3 l'. P. Steel preferred 110
! Primary Movement. C. S. Steel cuminou 67ss
Receipts. Shipments. ; R' a3ing 16" 'a
laVer Piainos ail
Affords the greatest opportunity to provide Your home with a beautiful guaranteed piano at a very small
cost. Many pianoless homes made complete and happy yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Piano Buyer, a visit to
our salesrooms will convince you that we can do for you what we are doing for your friends and neighbors
saving you many hard-earned dollars. A small payment down places a piano in your home, and a term
of music lessons given your child absolutely free, makes your home complete and happy.
A few of the greatest values ever offered will be sold to the first buyers. Prices good only while the
Our entire stock of Plaver Piano
Polls (83 note) will be sold at
2,000 (Go note) Player Rolls; all
good, six rolls
Bargains in Used Player Pianos
$250, $275, $300, $328
Until 9 O'clock
121 E. Second St.
January, 17.:'".. is on. 17. &7, 18.no.
Mb. is.37. is. 37. IS. 2", 1V32.
.Un'i;ir, 9X2. 9.C2. 0.55. 9 G'.
!a; . l'7. ?7. 9.S5.
January. 02. 9.75. 9.C5, 9. 07.
May, .b0, 92, 9.72. 9.8.
; icar aso . .
; C( rn. today .
! Yt-ar ao . . .
heavy 7.2ni 7. On, routsh
("atMe 4.0(10; gtaiy.
Sheep 14,0K); steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Hoi?s slow to shade up. Ught
l,lir:i,nni 4i;'J,0oO Koi'K Island preferred 44
329,oMi 2o;.ood ! Hock Island common 24.h
l,153.no0 1.024, (mo Southern I'nc-ific 10GT,
C80,no0 422,000 Nf' York Central 10S
! Miisomi I'aOfic 43
(in at Northern 130n
Northern Pacific : 120
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of the Market.
Hess 20.0H,); steady; left over 7.S75. ,,-ouisvi!le & Nashville
!JSht Tr.QT.SS. mixed 7.235: 7.55, ' f,1"C't'!"s ' " ,'V i ' '
'Canadian Pacific ...
products. I helieve oats tan lie bought
on scale down.
For the rest of the week' I hardly
expect a decline, hut it miht be policy
to finesse for some kind of a grain re
action. It is Jan. 10 today, and the voice
from the catacombs might be remem
bered to a slight extent.
The man behind the Jan. 10 theory
always sold wheat on Jan. -40.
THE GRAIN MARKET. Hoks slow to shade up. Usrht 7.30
Chicrgo Ca-h Grain. ljj'7.571ii, bulk 7.45f7.55, mixed 7.U0&
Wheal -No 2 r 1 lMj'1 13'4, No. 3 r7 .00, pis 5.751 7.50, heavy 7.20
1044l.oy. No 2 h 911(96. No. 3 h 89 7.CC Vi. good 7.30'q 7.C24, rough 7.20
94. No 1 n IU1U. No. 2 ns 88 1 7.30, Yorkers 7.500 7.55.
i90. No. 3 UK S3'H8. -To. 2 s;f? Cattle Flow. Beeves 6.900 9.40,
tr. No 3 hpp 88'i 8S. No. 4 pg 74 j Etockers 4 40Ji7.C5. Texans 4.705.85,
l4 (cows 2.S5(7T7.00. westerns 5.70S7.40,
Com No 3 47'4i:4&'. No. 3 w 48? 'calves 6.'htJ 10.75.
Illinois Central 12S
Pennsylvania .' 124Vg
Erie 32 '
Brooklyn Rapid Transit, 92'
j Baltimore & Ohio 105
! Atchison 10G
I locomotive 42
I St. Paul 115
Iehlph Valley 166
MORNING STOCK LETTER.
New York, Jan. 10. The Ixindon
market, is an uninteresting sort of af-!
Glenn Hobbins, and family, Saturday. I few lays here at the home of Dr. and
.Mr. and Mrs. Kuper.c Parkman and j Mr?. l (1. Myers,
daughter, Miss Pauline, and Mr. and 1 Mrs. A. K. Philleo arrived home
Mrs. Hiram Parkman vyeie guests at j Monday from St. ixniis. Mo., where
she was called by the death of her sister.
' tha liilnui rxf T r- orwf lra lrvhn T ( 1
lard In New Boston Saturday.
Mrs. M. C. Danford is home from
an extended visit with her son near
The Home Missionary society of the
Methodist chimb, will hold a meeting
at the home of Mrs. Jennie Morgan
Mrs. C. Strong and two children of
Joy were Ak1i visitors Saturday.
No. 4 45
! LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Jan. 10. Following are the whole-
Sheep steady to shade lower.
S.47V No. 4 w 47-748H,. No. 4 y 45 j tlve. 4.C5A6.15, lambs 6.75J9.20. west- ' ale quotation8 on the local market
i-'W erns 4.75y6.15, lambs 6.9009.20. Ifodav
Clcte of the Market.
Hogs closed shade lower. Light 7.30
;its- No 2 w :U'n'u3.". No 3 w 33 ffjf
M No. 4 w 32?t "3V. standard 340!
Wheat opened 1-4 up: closed 18 to,
14 off. i
Corn opi ned 1 4 to li s up; closed
1-8 up. . i
f'7.57't, bulk 74507.55, mixed 7.300
7 ;.7'i, heavy 7.1507.60, rough 7.150
Cattle weak, top 9.40.
Sheep weak, top 6 15.
I.ambs weak, top 9.20.
Did You Ever Spend a NrVinter in
Did ou ever visit the many delightful resorts along th
IMd you ever go motoring along Florida's beaches?
Did you ever go touring through scenic Cuba?
Have you ever enjoved the mri.y delights of a trip through
Have you ever traveled through Old Mexico where the cold
northern winter is turned to balmy summer?
Why Not Go This Winter?
There are special winter touriit rates to all principal points.
Tbo enr t Is b. The climate is positively ideal. The resorts are
numerous The hotels are good. The opportunities for all forms
of iu;i!oor tports are almost without iniit. And the trip will
briDf the most pleasure, if you go via the Burlington.
r. me in and let's talk it over If T
l.f.ven't detailed information about the
attraction! of the particular place you
wish to TlslL I ran ana i!1 get-them
fox you in hurry.
F. A. RIDDELL. Ticket Agent.
MISS O. OOEN, Passenger Ager.t.
Phone West 6S0.
Feed and Fuel.
Creamery butter, 34V4c.
Dairy butter, 30c.
Lard, 12 c per pound.
Fresh eggs, 26c.
Storage eggs, 21c.
Potatoes, 50c to 60c
Cabbage, lc per pound.
Onions, 75c pier bushel.
eed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay, f20.
Oats, 84c to 35c
Corn, new, 40c to 45c.
Coal Lump, per ton, S2.25;
Mrs Thomns Cbenev and ilauehter.
fair, with prices, if anything, a little MisB Xoda of New Roston were gueBt8
lower- of Mr. and Mrs. George Willits Satur-
The latest in the Union Pacific-South- day
ern Pacific imbroglio is that the South- j jjlsg Anna Mapea has gone to West
em Pacific will sell the Central Pacific Pojnti Iowa to epend a week wjth ncr
sister, Mrs. J. M. Wilson.
to the Union Pacific and take its own
stocks in return. If anything is work-1
cd out along these lines, there will not . retUrned to their school work in Mt.
i Pleasant, Iowa, Monday.
Miss Edith Gallerioh of Burlington,
Iowa, Is a guest at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. James Scannell.
Miss Rachel Giddlngs of Preemption
called on Aledo friends Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bailey, who have
been visiting Mr. Bailey's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Thomas Bailey, returned to
the'r borne in New Boston Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. William Scannell and
two children re'urned to their home
in Kewanee Monday after a short vis
it with Mr. Scannell's parents, Mr.'
and Mrs. J. S. Scannell.
Miss Bessie Graves went to New
Windsor Monday to spend a few days
with her sister and husband, Mr. and
Mrs. Frank Mann.
Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs.
Krncstina Holmes. About 20 young
ladies were present. After the pro
gram refreshments were served by the
hostess. The following program wai
Devotions Miss Gladys McKee.
"China's .New Day," Chapter 5
Heading, "A Missionary Story"
Mystery Box Nellie Gilmore.
Commit tee--Ella Johnson, Luclla
Robinson, Bi'Sfie Minor, Leon a Dun
ning, Clyta Carter.
Mr. and Mis. Roy Delap and son re
turned to their home in Kelthsburg
Tuesday after visiting Mrs. Delap'a
Bister, Mrs. Ed McAdams in Davenport.
Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Johnson who have
been guests at the borne of their
daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs.
be room for a great deal of stock mar-
Kct expiouauon in mat oirecuun. Mrs T Q Kramm of Denver, who is i littl daughter Christine returned to
The steel unfilled tonnage should , mak;ng an extended visit with her par-; their home in Chicago Wednesday, af
come along at noon today, and after entB Mr Rlld Mrs jameB Bloomer of Uer spending two weeks with Mr. Ring-
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rinpdall and ! "alm ' " m'r nome
in joy luesciay.
! that we suppose discussion will mostly
ccntent itself with probably the Min
nesota rate decision being handed
' down Monday.
Our view is entirely unchanged. We
think the active shares are in strong
hands, and the short interest large.
and what, with the lower time money
rates, the line of least resistance seems
Joy. spent Monday here with Miss Mar- jdall s parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. Rlng
garet Bloomer. jdall.
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Tredor, formerly I Miss I-ois Detwiler returned to her
Mrs. O. M. Ryan of Colchester has
come to make an extended visit, at the
home of her sister and husband, Mr.
and Mrs. Ray Thompson.
Miss Vira Plttenger of Macomb is
visiting In Aledo.
Mrs. George -Buford, who Is here
MORNING GRAIN LETTER.
Chicago, Jan. 10. The wheat mar
ket is iu own advertisement. Nothing ; carlng for her father and mother. who
succeeds like success. Bears are now are ill, spent Sunday at her home in
turning bulls. Cash wheat prices are Kelthsburg.
still hardening. Canadian make big Professor and Mrs. Ray have return-
txy elevators in tne norttwest say
wheat receipts will be lessened for sev
eral weeks on account of cold weather.
eat sales. Fewer vessels holding i home from Robinson, where they j
Lin April 1 than one year ago. Coun- J beea v,9i,ln Mrs' ay'8 rel I Mis9
' l0vatnri In th viaiw,ac ! . i hell nf
of Aledo, but now residing in Bush-
! nell, celebrated their 50th wedding an
niversary at their home in that city, on
Tuesday, Jan. 7. Remembrances were
sent to them by the Woman's Relief
corps, the Warren Shed post, and the
coiumDian club or tnis city. i
Mr. and Mrs. Robert McMaster and
family have come from Paola, Kan., to
make Aledo their future home.
A civil service t xamination for clerk
and carrier will be held at the post
office in Aledo on Jan. 14.
Mrs. E. W. Crawford returned to
her home in New BoEton Saturday af
ter a short visit at the home of James
Mrs. Fling, who has been making a
10 days' visit with her son, F. M.
Fling, and family, returned to her
home in Wyoming, II!.. Monday.
Mrs. Eva Reynolds of Peoria, who is
visiting relatives In Keithsburg, spent
Monday with her sister, Mrs. Earl Mc- I
school work in Madison, Wi3., Monday.
The Standard Bearers held their
meeting after the church services
,New York In the building of the
new aqueduct from the Catskllls to
! New York, according to figures pub
lished here, 20u mn have been killed
and 3,800 injured. At present there
are about 11.000 men employed on the
Miss S alton returned home to
Galesburg Monday after an extended j
stay at the home of Miss Sue Wviie.
Kansas and Oklahoma have had more Mrs. George Willits returned home
chinch bug trouble than In many years j from New Boston Saturday, w here she
and government Inspectors have look- j had Installed the new officers In the
ed over wheat ; Rebekah lodge.
Bobton tlalms that It has booked j Mrs. Mczler rt. Joy vls!td her son.
1 ci0,i0) heavy grain for export for :
next May. This is the heaviest amount I
sold ahead In years. ! HE HAD PRIZE HAIR.
. , . ' Long, rich, heavv hair. Smooth. sft.
Cash corn men say export demand iniurlar.t halr. She savs she owes it all
crams ic market ana is tne nun cara. . (U Hair Hair Kt-newer
3 Eva Sheriff and Mrs. tamp- i
bell of Joy were Aledo visitors Men- I
Paul Blazer has returned to Phila
delphia. Pa., after a month's vi?'.t
here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. !
D. N. Blazer. j
Mrs. Harry Baltaer. who has spent
! a Tew days here with her parents,
!Mr. and Mrs. James KeUhem. return-
led to her home in New boston Satur
Mrs. Kate Sanders and son Wallace
t and mother. Mrs. J. N. CIorp. arrived
But khe doesn't, fhnmf- ir.Hoi- rmm inju.!n -k
the bull !d' Lot of short covericg is ! had a g'.oa digestion, rich bl.od, strong ,;vlB
I Dow accomplished In com. a-rrs. Don't po t h .rough life half si. k j '
and witn Mur.ted hair. Consult your -n3 '"a-
; here they have been visiting rela-
1 1 ia lulilsu on a teat, torn and -uxof ajui IvJuw lu 4?ic.
S. E. Grander went to
jNe Boston Monday after sptnd i-g
People are said to "make good' in a financial
way when they apply that wisdom in administering
their income which ei.ables them to lay up some
thing. You will never make good financially as long as
you spend all you earn. You will begin to make
good when you make a start as a money saver at
the German Trust & Saving3 bark.
Why not begin now?
German Trust & Savings Bank
ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS