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THE ROCK ISLAXTj ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 26. 1013.
Daily United States Weather Map
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILUS L. MOORE. CMel.
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JI'lUu tine. Air rnsire rel'iied to sea level.
J'.e . 'continuous lov p through potnta
t' equal a:i preeaure Isotssrm dotted lineal
pw inrmirh point nf equal temperature; drawn
cnlv lor tero. fraxlag. u, sol lon.
O ciMir; Q panly cloudy; 0 eloody:
r:n: mow: (g) report missing.
Arrow fly wV.B the wind. Tlrst (Item lowest
temieritiire inn 12 hour: wonri. prwIpluUoa
of .(i Inrh '.r mors for piM 24 noun. Ujlrd. maxi
mum wlud velocltT.
202 Feb 2i, 1313
FORECAST FOR ROCK IRMXD, DAVKXTORT. MOMXK AVI VICINITY.
Snow this afternoon and tonight and probably Thursday, colder tonight with the lowest
temperature about 15 degrees above zero.
Tho Fou'hw pt"rii b'urm mt-rKea
tb Pacific lopr, the s'luthi rn plateau
states ar.d th territory as far north
eastward an the upprr lakps, with
Its cMnTor over eou'lifrn Colorado. This
llKturbanr tian caiiH-d pret-ipl'atloti
in nparly all portions of thf observa
tion field west of the Alleghanieb and
Hotith of Canadian border. Jt has
alco been arcornpaiiifd by a sharp rise
In tempf r.'itm v in :h.' gulf -r-;ionH
a-nd th" Misi-sip i, OImo ;tnd lower
Missouri val'eys and the ;ak- region.
The cret of the northwestern high
has advanced to the valley of 'he K-d
liver of the north and the attendan'
much colder wea'hpr extends soutn
ard to northern Nebraska. The ther
mot;iet tb are below zero in North Da
kota, wes'eru Minnesota, eastern Mon
tana, and the Canadian territory to the
northward, wi'h the lowest reading
at 7 a. in., 26 decrees below, at Winni
pli. The eastward movement of the
southwestern "nl 'ho approach of
the northwestern high, will be attend
ed by colder weather in this vicinity
wi'h snow this afternoon, tonight and
High. Low. I'rcp.
Atlantic City 24 .i
Ho"'on 2'J 14 .00
Rock l8land 3'
Kansas City 36
New Or'.eans 64
New York 26
St. Louis 38
St. Paul 24
?an ri go So
San Francisco ... 6o
Washington, D. C. . 34
Yellr wstor.e Park .
J. M. SHERIER, Local
BOY FUGITIVE IS
Missing Mart Crosby, After
Hiding in Wood3 for Week, i
Gives Himself Up.
nack Robert Perry, charged wiih horse !
i . i . i. .. I
Redden, also charged with hoit steal
ing, was wounded in one leg by the
men who ki!'d I'errv.
The fogttjv. South Rock I.-l.ind gro
i ery ho . Mart Crosby, who disappear-'
d with some $'.., belonging to his em- i
I'loyer. .! 1'. Senion. last Tuesday,
emerged from his hiding place enter
day. and alter the fashion of the his
torical pio'ligal son. pen.tentl.. visited
the home of his parents a; Sears and
confessed hia sins As a result, the
boy'a father las s-M.-d th" matter
out of court to the sa'istaeti.in of all
It developed that oung Crosby had
never left the county, as reported, but
had been hiding in the woods near the
Watch Tower, fearful to show his face
'n the daytime for fear of being cap
tured. Finding that bis ill gotten gaing
trer of no avail to him. in his predic
ament, the lad decided to go home
anil make clean breast of !t. The po
lice had been p'aced on the fug't've's
trull, hut after the hoy's father had
ettled with Mr. Simmon, the authori
ties were asked to drop the matter.
SENATOR CULLGM FALLS
WHILE NEAR HIS DESK
Washington. Feb. 26 Senator Cu!
lotu fell near his desk upon the floor
of the senate yesterday afternoon.
Senator Root, who was seated near by,
hastened to his side and assisted him
to his feet. Senator Cullom says that
the fall was purely accidental, due to
the movement of a chair upon which
he partly plated his weight as he was
rising to leave the senate chamber.
The incident momentarily caused in
tense excitement among the senators
in the immediate vicinity because of
their apprehension that the aged Illi
nois senator had been stricken. The
shock caused by the fall unuerved
Senator Cullom and his head was
slightly bruised by striking a desk or
For several days Senator Cullom has
mentioned among his intimates on Hie
floor of the senate his physical weak
ness in the late afternoon following
a day of application to his congres
sional duties. On several occasions ne
has gone to his committee room that
he might rest.
COSTS A CITY $40
FOR EACH BALLOT
Mob Lynch Two In Texas.
Marshall. Texas, Feb 26 Two ne
groes were hnched in Harrison county
Monday night. It wan discovered yester
day. N'esr F.'lyslan Fields a man nam
ed Anderson was hung. Near Kar-
To Probe Bribery Charges.
j Concord. N. H., Feb. 26. The leg.
! Islature unanimously agreed to ap
i point a committee to investigate
j charges of bribery in connection with
, the vote for Vnited States senator.
The resolution is not aimed at any
particular man. On adtoy's ballot for
senator there was no choice.
East St. Louis Voters Show
Little Interest in Primary
' Fast St. Ixiuis, 111., Feb. 26. With
215 judges and clerks at the polls in
1 the primary election yesterday in 43 j
precincts only 40 votes were cast for i
municipal candidates, all of which j
were socialists. The cost of the pri-;
niary election to the city was $1,580, !
' almost $40 a vote.
1 Cairo, II!., Feb. 26. By a vote of'
1,783 for and 57 against the bond issue
of $100,000 for the raising and strength-'
ing the 21 miles of Ca'ro's levee system!
carried at special election. Nearly $750,-;
ooo iil be expended on the levees of I
Cairo and the drainage district. Of i
this amount the I'nited States govern
' ment appropriated $250,000 and the
railroads about as much.
Kankakee, 111., Feb. 26. A. S. L. '
Bond's petition for the democratic i
nomination for mayor was the only pe-1
tit ion received. j
Paris, 111., Feb. 26. By a vote of 701
' to 690 the commission form of govern-!
! ment was rejected in Paris. Tnree of .
' the five wards voted against the propo-1
, Galesburg. 111., Feb. 26. In the city
; primary the main contest was for the
! mayoral nomination on a liberal ticket
j between W. O. Bradley, mayor, and J.
i D. O'Connor. Bradley was renomi
nated by a large majority on the
I people's party ticket,
j Champaign. III., Feb. 26 A hard
fight for the mayoralty of Champaign
was begun. Republicans nominated O.
B. Dobbins. Walter W. Moorehead, :
C. W. Nunan and Mayor Coughlln an-
What About Your Spring Clothes
1 1 r i
LO I I
Fetching, alluring, entrancing axe the fashions this spring !
The March Woman's Home Companion is full of them.
Page alter page glowing with colored pictures of gowns,
suits, waists, hats, fabrics and trimmings. And this is
only part of the March Woman! Home 1 Jc
Companion. Get it to-day J
Your Clothes are Telltales
You would not think of wearing a sign "1 am frivolous,"
or "I am careless," or "I have no judgment" but that is
what you do when you wear the wrong clothes at the
wrong time. In dress, the time, the place and the girl
must always be considered. Read "A Girl and Her
Clothes" in the March Woman's Home Companion and
find out what your clothes axe saying 1
about you. It's worth
New Ideas for Parties
Delightfully novel and original are the parties planned for
you in the March Woman's Home Companion. Two
of them, at least, you'll want to carry out "A March
Winds Party" and "A Shamrock Party" on page 40.
And there axe dozens of other good-time ideas for all
sorts of parties and entertainments! Get the March
woman s Home Companion to-day I C C
It's full of surprises
Six Breezy Stories
There is all the snap and zest and sparkle of a March
day in the March Woman's Hom:j Companion's stories.
A ghost story ; a gyp?y story ; a story of a girl who set
about to reform her father and then changed her mind ;
a delightful love story ; a story about Olive Hobart, who
could not get along with her family and yet dared to
ndertake "the married woman's trade."
Juliet Wilbor Tompkins, Mary Heaton Vorse and
Josephine Daskam Bacon wrote some ot these stories
so you know how good they axe.
Read them for
It isn't enough that you love your baby ; make him
sturdy young animal. In Iowa they are judging the babiei
at the State Fair along with the cattle, corn, fruit and grain.
Get the March Woman's Home Companion to-day and
read about the movement for "Better Babies." 1 fC
Only one of the many good things you get for A
A Picture for Framing
You will want to frame the charming full-page picture
"Snow White aad Rose Red" that is given as part of
the March Woman's Home Companion. It's one of a
famous aeries of paintings by Jessie WiDcox Smith, who
so delightfully picture child-life. This exquisite repro
duction in all the rich colors of the "1 Cc
original is yours for "
Your Meals for March
If any woman in the world knows mofa about cooking
than any other, that woman B Fannie Menitt Farmer.
There are days when you don't know just "what to have
to eat." That's when yon need Misa Fanner. She tell
how to concoct delicious, tempting dishes, and gives scores
of recipes, beside special menus for every meal in March
Merely a part of the big March Woman's 1 f c
Home Companion yours for X J
American women thought
Paris had gone far enough.
The glitter of American
gold was teo enticing to
lose. So Paris back-tracked
and the 1913 Spring Fash
ions will be
Skirts Less Narrow
Sleeves . . . Fuller
Curve .... Coming, in moderation
What Does Easter Mean
Exchanging eggs was a custom centuries ago in Rossis ;
in Merrie Old England groups of women used to toss a
man three times into the air. Dr. Washington Gladden
interprets the observances of many nations in an Easter
sermon which you may have, as well as everything C?C
else in the March Woman's Home Companion, ror JL J
Rescuing the Orphan Boy
The Darling children took great joy in pestering the
Orphan Boy, but Kewpies whisked them far away and
made them work the live-long day. They found out
just how Orphans feel if you'd know more, 1 fjc
read Rose O'Nel 1 D
March Number now on Sale
These Wide-awake Dealers Sell it
Get Your Copy Early
THE BIJOU; E. 0. VAILE, JR., 1719 2d Ave; HICKEY BROS.
Life is full of uncertainties
for which every one must be
prepared by having money.
The best and surest way to
have money is to save a certain
sum each week or each month.
This strong bank pays 4
Interest and invites accounts of
$1.00 or more.
Make Our Bank Your Bank
B 1 Sv . V
tl. E. C A STEEL, President, M. S. HEAGV, Vica Pre. H. B. Simmon, Ca;X
Southwest corner Second avenue and Eighteenth street.
Causes Much Disease
Advic about Stomach Trouble
and how to roliavo tham.
Don't Bagltet indifefltioD. for It
aoajr lead to all sorts of ills and com
BtlieaaoDS. Ao minat phyacian
do raid that aioty-five pr cant of
all ilia have thair origin in a dia
Our xptriane with Rexail Dy
ptpaia Tablet leads as to beiieva
tacin to ba on of th aaoat dependable
rmedjai known for indigeatioa and
chrome dyspepsia. Their ir.grtdi
rat aro soothing to the inflamed
mambranoa of tea atomach. Rich
ia Pepaia aad Bismuth, two of the
greatest digastiv aids known to
medians, tbs rslisf thsr afford ia
very prompt. Used persistently and
regularly for a abort time, they tend
to reiisTs pain caused by stomaca
Rsxall Dyspepsia Tablets help
basur healthy appetite, aid diges
tion, and promote nutrition. As
ndenos of our faith in them, we ask
rou to try them at our nsk. If they
Ao not give entire satisfaction, we
will return the money you paid us
snthout question or formality. Tbrsa
ases, 35 sent. 60 cent aad 11.00.
You ran buy Rexail Dyspepsia Tablet
ia this community only at our stem;
THOMAS DRUG CO.
tlork Island Th Sxnat Storm Illlnol
Tbere is a ReraH Store in nearly every town
and mv ia tik Vnited tte. Cans.is ani
Grrtt Bnuun. T&vre ia a different Rciall
Keraedv tor neariv evry ordinary human tU
eaerj ee:ecilly drag-lied fur tae particular ill
for whH-n it im recommended.
Taw Hawaii Starve are nmarij'i
nounced a contest for the democratic
Peoria. Ill, Feb. 26.- Mayor Edward
N Woodruff and Georjte B. Sucher
were nominated yesterday in the pri
mary election as candidates for the
mayoralty in the republican anil demo
cratic parties respectively. William
Allen was nominated by the progres
sives. BloominRton, 111., Feb. 26. Munici
pal primaries resulted yegterday in the
nomination of the following for may
or: Republican. R. L. C'arlork: d"mt
crat, James CoBtello, renominated:
progressive, J. W. Chisholm. Carlock
was mayor prior to C'ostello's term.
Quincy, I1L, Feb. 25. In the munici
pal primary the democrats nominated
W. K. Abbott yesterday for mayor. W.
F. McCready defeated P C. Ellis for
the republican nomination. Joceph
Sheridan, progressive, and Robert
Murphy, socialist, were not opposed.
'tis Ions extracts from Mrs. Pank-
hurst's Hpwrlips. in one of wh'ch Mrs.
I'ankhur.st tailed for volunteers "to
tnke part in the gallant onslaught
Mrs. Pankhnrft was detained in
prison, bail being refused lieraitHe she
won!.! not Hree to refrain from politi
cal :i tiv itips pending her trial. She
Informed the magistrate she wnul.i
begin a "hunger strike," and added:
"If 1 am still alive when the assizes
commence, it will be a dying woman
who will be tried."
A raid on telephone and telegraph
wireg was tarried out early today by
suffragetB in several parts of England.
Many lines were cut.
Today's Market Quotations
I CHICAGO MARKETS.
Cattle lfi.5"0; steady. Beeves i.ts.",
j ffi 3.0". stotkers and feeders C.l.'i'fi S.iu,
'cows and heifers 3.2." 7.r0, taives 7.M)
i Ti H'.r, o.
CALLED TO TRIAL
Epsom, England, Feb. 25. Mrs.
Emmehne Pankhurst, militant suffra
get leader, was committed for trial
by the police magistrate today on
a charge of inciting persons to com
mit malicious" damage to property.
The court house was abiaze with suf
frage colors and almost every seat
was occupied by militant suffragists.
The prosecutor, a special officer sent
from London by the treasury depart
ment, declared Mrs. Pankhurst was
a self-con fssed accessory to the ex
plosion that destroyed Char.ce. lor
Llcyd-Gecrge s country ho.:.-e
"A more abominable and cruel out
rage probably never has ben con
ceived," he urged, and continued read-
ai''-4f Msk your home a hi!thy r-E-i-'-f
plire to livi-. K-ri yo-ir f
whites new with Sani-Flusa.
F-ii-'-y to use no ut:pl-a!iant
ourini:. ( annot l:un the
p.urrb.ntr. Shake a little into
tn bowl twjre s epk dtro
diiniw. disinfecU anil makes
25c a can
At r grocmr or druggist
Sheep S.'i.'HiO; easy
Packers got big run tf htigs; fx
pect d prices broke IhfJ compared
with yesterday's average.
There were 115,000 arrivals on 11
markets against 82,000 a year ago. In
addition speculators had utale stock
Cattle was steady bu' hIow, spread i
of 7.75Ti 8.50 took most steers.
In sheep and lambs few changes !
Wheat opened rt.T;Ti&n; c!o? d
Corn opened 52 Q 52 Ti : closed a.'.Vz. 1
Oats opened 34 24f ZV& ; clos
Pork 19.".; lard K.C5; ribs l".."2Ti
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New Vorl;. Feb. 2". . Follow ing are
I ui'- 'i..i.-yir,iis on tne mari.et touav:
iAinerlijin Sugar Renning 114i
! Aroer;r.-ari Tel. & Ti-I I'll7
: Atchlsoti )oi !
j Illinois fi-rtral 1"2
I Internationa! Harvester 107, ,
:Sfw York Central 10C!i j
j.Vorthern Vacific lis i
j l't -nnryivauia ll&ai '
: People's (-tr jf,
iRf Tiding l."5a
j Rot k eland common ,
iRotk Island preferred 27 j
I'nion Pacific 155?,
I". S. Steel common 62
V. S. Steel preferred 107&
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Fell. 25. Following arc the whole
aale ijuotat'otis on luc locai market
''roaniery butter, C7c.
Dairy butter, 20c.
iJird. 12'jC per pound.
Fresh ggi, 20c.
Storage eggs, 15c to 10c.
Potatoee, 50c to t0c.
Cabbage, 1" r pound.
Onions, lc per pound.
rVcd and Fuel.
Timothy hay, $15 to $20.
Oats, :',2c to .".5c.
Corn, 45c to 47c.
Coal Lump, per ton. $2 25. sla-X
Feet massage a specialty
Tc-lephore West 310-L.
LILLIAN M. ROUNDS
1922 y2 Third Avenue.