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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. MARCH 7, 1913.
Daily United States Weather Map
Fresh Cut Home Grown Carnations, All Colors, Larz Blooms, on Sale at Entrance. 35c dozen
FAMOUS FOF COA TS AND SWTS
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS U MOORE. ChXi-
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pMtthromh point of equal tompermture. drtwn
on !r for ro. friiig. 9r. tod l'Xi.
O clmr: Q pnlr cloudy; Q cloudy;
rtln: Q room: r.port missing.
Arrows fly wltD th wlnrt. ?irt Oivru. lowril
tmport'ir put is hour, nocood. prclptiatlno
of .01 ln-h or mor for put 41 hour; third, maxi
mum wind velocity.
Arer 7, '33
FORECAST FOK ROCK ISLAND. DAVKNTOKT. MOU.VK AXI VICKIITY.
Snow this afternoon, rain or snow tonight or Saturday, warmer tonight with the lowest
temperature near the freezing point.
Thr iir.rtl'P nii n storm wh'ch is
dlntpprarinn bojond Nw KuJaTid,
nd th nnrthwMrn ara of rarnlT'
'ly low. prrKMirf whlh f-x'Tids
from Albrta no'i'hastn srd to Iowa,
have bn afrcndol by snow or rain
on tho north Atlantic coast and in
th eastprn pcrtion of the lake f
rlon and by lUl.t n;cw in th Mis
aouri va l'. Thn Aib'Tta low ha
!ro canrd a mar'tcd rr in tinpfr
'ut from the tiorthaitrn Ilocky
mountain slope to the tipper Mipsissip
pl valjpy. Th crest of the hijtli
which ai ypstcrday ovfr Iowa has
moved to the lower Ohio valley and
the attendant much colder weather
has reached the Atlantic coast. The
north Pacific hitrh is this moraine;
central over Idaho. The continued
npproach of the Alberta low will be
attended by Enow in this vicinity this
efternoon and by rain or snow tonight
or Saturday, wth warmer tonight.
High. Low. Prep.
Atlantic City 41 lo .02
Uoston 44 i: .2
Huffalo 22 0 M)
Kock Island 20 14 .02
Denver 44 32 .00 I
JacksonviKe 46 .00
Kansas City 36 30 .00
New Orleans 70 44 .00 !
New York 44 12 .12
Norfolk 56 25 .00
Phoenix 78 50 .00
St. Louis ,. .38 24 .00
St. Paul IS 10 .00
San Diego 74 52 .00 !
70 45 .00
42 16 .'10
8 18 .02 !
IS .00 I
San Francisco . .
Washington. D. C.
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecas
Witness Called in and Tran
scripts Made of Evidence
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vestigation that the deceased came of Rock Island, after which they will i
to his death from acute alcoholism, go to New Orleans. Tampa. F!a., and
Connelly was found lying on the floor other places of interest,
(of the McBurney livery barn in Milan:
1 last Tuesday morning in an uncon-1
i scious condition and upon being re-
' vived raid that a horsp kicked him.
A report was also current to the ef
fect that he had been in a fight and
; had been hit on the head with a club.
These reports were run down by Mr.
i Donovan with the result that they
I were found to be untitle.
AT SILVIS LIGHT
Governor K. K Dunne last night
rplle.l state's Attorney F. E. Thomp
son on tlie long distance telephone
relnthe to the letter's request for ex
trad (inn papers for William McAllis
ter who Is being held in Davenport
charged with assault with intent to
murder. The governor stated that he
Total Amount to Be Paid Em
ployes for Work in February
Mr. W. II. I-aing of Racine, Wis.,
is the guest of Mrs. Belle .Jones.
Miss Hnlda McKroegT of Elgin.
111., is visiting relatives in Rock Is-
would require some evidence before) land and Moline.
Issuing the papers and accordingly (; Blakslee. 3"2 Twenty-th'rd
three Itnesscs were Interrogated this ! 81r-et. is recovering from a several
morning in the county court, their pvI-! weeks' jiness of grip.
dence certified to and transcripts sent ,
A. . V. - . . . . 1 T-1 1 . ' ' I- I-
ii iur ntae rapnai. i jie wiioppbpb
were Pert PuPrer. proprietor of the
resort In which the stabbing of Fred
Emmerson took place. Robert Oakley
who has charge of the place at right
Thp payroll for
jil vis shops cf the
February at the
Rock Island road
I amounted to $77,0on, whic'.i is $l:;.00o
i e?s than the amount paid out to the
employes for work done in January,
i The decrease is due to several things.
: a fchort month, several legal holidays.
H"wH . ,t U anna a I ': f t- tnf-
merlv of Rock Island, is spending sev- , " '
. . ... ,. i.u v,i u .i. month some l.oOO emploves re-
eral days in the city with his brother.;, . .
t.h... vt-..,w fused to work because of the fatal-
Artnur od. ... . . , . ,
ities which occurred when two aerial
Mr and Mrs. O. F. (Jraham returned , cranes carn together, throwlne one
nd Mrs Fred Emmerson. The lat-1 ' hlr home in Clinton. Iow a, this off tne trark
ter s evidence was to the effect that i morning after having spent the past The payroll for the present month
the quarrel which resulted in th stab- 'week here with Mr. and Mrs. .lames , promises to be light also because of
blng of her husband resulted from her Wilson and other friends. ; ,jje jact tjat tne flrgt two ,javg 0j
burlng a ring for JS from McAllister, j Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert doff returned j the month found the 1,500 employes
The ring proved to be phony and her j home last evening from Washington. ; still on strike. There is no :ack of
demands for the return of her money i iowa w ber they spent be past sev-j w ork, however, and the shops w ill be
precipitated trouoie wnicn nan us en-1 erai davs w ith Mrs. (ioff s parents. Mr
tnaz in the stabbing of her husband
when he tried to get the money back.
The injured man is at St. Anthony's
hospital. His physician states that
he will recoTer.
NO INQUEST OVER
No inquest will be held orer the
body of Frank Connelly who died Wed
nesday evening at St. Anthony's hos
pital as It w-as found by Deputy Coro
ner Cornelius Iionovan after an in-
and Mr. O. M. Humble.
Mrs. Herbert J. Rich who. with her
daughter. Alice Marie, has been
visiting her brother, A. E. Mclnni6.
and sister, Mrs. L. S. Rasmussen. will
leave tomorrow evening for her home
In Seattle, Wash.
A telegram was received at the New
Harper this morning from Carl J.
Mueller, manager of the New Harper,
who is now at Hot Springs, which
stated that he was greatly enjoying his
trip. He will be Joined there on March
15 by his brother. Dr. Albert Mueller
run to their capacity for the remainder
of the month
1,468 HOSPITAL WARDS
Today's Market Quotations
Hogs 16.000; strong. Bulk
SRS; light SfioQM'a; mixed
V!0; heavy 8.35QS Si.
Cattle 1..V10: slow. Beeves
9 30; stockers and f-edra 6-25
cows and heifers S.f.it'ji 30; calves 7 W
Sheep C.Oihi, rm: .V75S7.00.
Wheat opened PI i? SI ; closed
Oats opened "4'fr :
Hon tr.lay fold as high as 9 "'0. the,
topmost point so far this year Buy-,
rrs were f urri.-d. as there have been .
only 3 7,"(M arrivals at 11 markets in j
five days this week, against 525,000 a
Linht and har.dy-we'ght steers flos-
rd strong at the highest level of the
week, but heavy catU war depressed.
Sheep and lamba went rea4i!y at a
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York. March 7. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
American Sugar Refining 113
J American Tel. & Tel 118
8.70g Atchison 101
8.50 Northwestern 134 H
ISt. Paul 109Vi
7.25S 'Illinois Central 1234
6 8.25; I International Harvester 106i
New ork Central 106
Northern Pacific ....115
People s Gas 112
Rock Island common 22
Rock Island preferred 37';
4 4; closed 34,4tlnon Pacific isis
.1". S. Sfel common 60
IT. S. Steel preferred 10S1
Board of Visitation Reports on Offi
cial Inspection at Water-town.
The official report of the board of
visitors to W'atertown hospital is -as
Jan. 31 the official visitors to the
state hospital at Watertown met at
the Institution, all members being
present. We made our customary In
spection of most of the wards, and
particularly the building occupied by
the elderly and most infirm males. The
day was quite cold and stormy, but
w found the building well heated and
comfortable, considering Its age and
being frame construction. The at
tendants seemed to be looking care-
LOCAL. MARKET CONDITIONS.
March 7 Following are the whole
sale quotations on the local market
Creamery butter, 35c.
Dairy butter, 30c.
Lard, 12'c per pound.
Fresh eegs. 20c.
Storage eggs, 125iC.
Potatoes, 50c to 60c
Cabbage. 1" r pound.
Onions, lc per pound.
Feed and Fuel.
Timothy hay. 115 to $20.
Oats, 32c to 35c.
Corn, 45c to 47c.
Coal Lamp, per ton, 12 25: Ha.,
FrPP Sponging and
A 1 CC Shrinking.
of all cotton or wool goods
purchased here tomorrow.
Home Baked Food Stuffs
Saturday ajternoon, 2 till S o'clock
A sale of home baking stuffs good things for the
Sunday meal "just like mother used to make"
Auspices THE GRAND ARMY LADIES, j
No more puckered, rain spot
ted, shrunk out of shape
suits. sV.'rts and co:its.
Have tbe goods sponged anrt
finished before making.
THE EASTER SHINE IS ALL OVER THE STORE
THINGS YOU WILLL NEED FOR EASTER MORN
A Continuation of Our Notabl
of Fashionable Attire, Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Garments
The styles you see here are all exclusive regardless of how much or how lit
tle you pay; good dressers instantly recognize the individuality of our irar
merits, with the utmost assurance of having something different than what
the average store carries.
Our Suit Prices are Most Moderate Besides
Being Superior in Every Way to Others
The style and fabric range
of this popular priced allot
ment is unusually broal ev-
prv p-armcnt in a distinct IV;
class by itself; the jackets
are rouiin corners ami cut
aways, handsomely lined in
soft mescaline, skirts hav
panels with small inverted
All Wool French
aerpe urasses v
Stylish French serge dresses, in the pop-tar shades of
tans and blues, trimmed n the new Bulgarian silk?.
collars, cuffs and buttons to match,
An Exquisite Showing of ths
More Accepted Styles in Eariy
Easter Collars and Cuff Sets
ual Suits at
We point with pardonable
pride to this lot of high class
garments, the styles are so
different than other stores
show, and the materials aro
the kinds usually made u;
in much t.iiziicr juiced mod
els. We show over ";() strik
ing models at this one price
White and ecru net cascade Jabots,
shadow lace r
Pleated net batwing Jabots with
fine white shadow lace
Fine white and ecru chemisette.
Heavy twill pique collar snd cuff
sets, ornamented lace
White lawn coat collar and cuff
White linen stock collars with Ja
bots. neatly embroidered
A choice showing of the very latest
styles in lace, chiffon, cord and bead
ed fancy ruchings. 25c and 50c a yard.
ir t:i x J All
Woo! Serge Coats l-?0
Plain tailored French strge coats, narrow and win
wale, three-quarter and full length models, some made
with wide revcrs and bu'.ton Q QO
Hi w . . y r -- -
The Very Latest Designs in
Real Leather Bags That Is
Sure to Interest Every Woman
Morocco leather bags. f:mcy silver
signet frames, fitted with inside
Good quality crush grain leather
carriaare bags, soft botton, 8 inches
deep, highly nickeled f -I QQ
Seal pressed Ueratol hand bags,
nickeled frames, moire lined, black
An e-cellent showing
Morocco leather pompadour bags.
cold or silver extension frames, fit
ted willi coin purse, all
pr ced. niivir mesh bags in the new
est designs tor spring, 52.50 to $15.03.
Box $2.50, Yard 29c
A big shipment of the finest of
imported Jap nainsook, woven
like silk, softest of texture
used for the best of lingerie
wear. 10 yards to the box, per
box $2.50; yard
Saturday Specials In the
Best quality rod rubber
seamless gloves, all sizes,
2-quart comblcatkn syringe,
seamless ruLbtr. complete
5000 Bars Galvanic Soap, Bar
Calvanic white laundry soap, big bars,
Saturday special, 10 to acustomer for
Bed Spreads, 95c
Regui'ir siz'? hemmed bed spreads, reg
ular SI. 2." value, Satur- QT
day special JJOC
Crarh Toweling, 8c
Havy quality erah toweling 17 In-
Mercerized Damask, 39c
c.hes wide, Saturday
Highly mercerized 70-inch white ta
ble damask, regular 59c value, five
On styles is our business as makers
of Fine Custom Apparel.
This Is why you can see the latest
novelties in Fabrics for Spring Wear
at our store today. ,
The recognized styles are here, too
stop in and see what both foreign and
domestic looms have prepared for
TELEPHONE WEST 317.
YE TOG SHOP
G. . BAKER
I807H Second Avenue.
fully after the comfort and welfare of
We made a thorough inspection as
to the heat and the general condition
of this building, as some complaints
had been made that the building was
not properly warmed. We found the
temperature, in the building at 70.
We were furnished the following
statistics for the month of Decem
ber: Admissions Male, 17; female, 8;
Discharged Male, 35; female, 12;
Deaths Male. 7; female, 2: total, 9.
Census. Dec. 31. 1912 Males. 80S;
femaes, 659: total. 1.468.
J. W. SIMOXS0X. President.
W. C. GALLOWAY, Secretary.
I I'cal lodge No. 60S, Odd Fellows
i met at the Odd Fellow ,' hall lasi
j evening and elected the follow ing offi
cers for the ensuing term:
Noble Grand Albert Cook.
Vice Grand J. W. Johnson.
Recording Secretary William Gul-
Financial Secretary Sam R. Wright.
Treasurer Jonas Bear.
Trustees S. J. Woodin, C. Johnson,
W. J. Gahagan, Gustav Thierinan and
Dedication Committee Jonas Bear,
chairman; William Guldenzopf, D. J.
Cleland. Thomas McLean, S. J. Wood
in and Peter Mejerle.
Iron Workers Reelect Ryan.
Indianapolis. March 7. Frank, M.
Kyan of Chicago, one of the labor lead- 1
ers convicted in the "dynamite con- ;
spiriicy" trial here, was reelected prev 1
i'ie-t of the International Astsoeiatlo-i
of Bridge and Structural Iron Work
ers at its session here vesterdav.
I will rot be responsible for any
hills rotcracted by my wife, Mrs. Han
nah Woest. from F"b. C. 1913. Otto
Woest, 410 Y'.iVa. street. (Adv.)
i Boy of Four Kills Baby Sister.
New York, March 7. When Herman
; ( orell, a policeman, opened a drawer
of his dresser yesterday his pis'jl
: was missing. He heard a shir in the
next room and then found bin four
: year-old son holding the weapon in
i one hand, while on the floor the boy's
sister, aged IS months, lay dead.
The Hague, March 7.- The second
chamber of parliament adopted a bill
providing for compulsory old age and
eickness Insurance for workiugmen.
Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Table'.s are nafe, nure and reliable,
and have been praised by thousands of
women who have been restored o
health through their gentle aid and
cura'ive properties. Sold by all drus
Exchange and 700 Homes Burn.
Yokohama, March 7. Fire destroyed
700 hcuf-es and several business build
ings in Yokohama, inc tiding the stock
exchange. No foreign buildings were
Mother Jones on Trial. j
Charleston, W. Va., March 7. Moth-1
er Jones, an aged labor leader, and
50 others, charged before m,ilifiry '
commission with conspiracy in conec-'
t'on with rioting in the Kanawha coal :
fields, were placed cn trial before j
the commission today
We Buy and Sell
Deere and Company
Moline Plow Co.
Root &. Van Dervoort stocks
LITTEN & ROBERTS
Stocks, Bonds, Mortgages.
Peoples National Hank Building
Rock Island, III.