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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. MARCH 7, 1913.
Daily United States Weather Map
Fresh Cut Home Grown Carnations, All Colors, Largz Blooms, on Sale at Entrance. 35c dozen
FAMOUS FOfi COA 75 AND SUITS
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS L. MOORE. OdA.
FIFTH AVENUE. MOLINE. ON THE BROAD Wai.
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'-fee a .V-
V v 'xto ii X w 1
rberrjoni ukfiii t lam.. MTaty-flfth m
TldlftD Hire Air iirenum reduced to ievel.
lMRA.t6 trontlnuou I'nesi dim through nninu
o' oqual it prvur Horn mum idotuxl Tma
pw through pln" of qul tomptriture: axiwn
only for ro. Uirtag. HP. tod 100.
O clear: Q pinlr cloudy; cioadr:
rtln: 3 mow. (g) report missing.
Arrows flf wltti th lnrl. ?lmt EeurM lowtat
tniprtiir pul 12 hourn. second, prcclplutlnn
of .(I Inrh or mor for put M hours: third, maxi
mum Kind TalotUtr.
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND. DAVKivTOKT. MOUNTS AX1 CI5ITT.
Snow this afternoon, rain or snow tonight or Saturday, warmer tonight with the lowest
temperature near the freezing point.
TIip nr.rthPa.stHt n stjrni which is
diHappfarinjc bpjond .w Kugjaud,
and the norths'prn ara of modr:
a'ly lov. proFKiir- whi',li 'X'end
from Alhorta hou'h"astw crd to Iowa,
have been atf'tnlol hy snow or rain
on the north AtlarMr coast and in
the eastern portion of the lakt- re
fclon and hv lil.t n:ow in the Mis
souri va'.Ieya. The AlbTta low has
also canoed a marker! rTse in fmppr
a'une from the northeastern Kocky
mountain sop to the upper Mipsissip
pi valley. The crest of the high
which wa yesterday over Iowa has
moved to the lower Ohio valley and
the attendant much colder weather
has reached the Atlantic coast. The
north Pacific high is this morning
central over Idaho. The continued
npproaoh of the Alberta low will be
p.ttended by enow in this vicinity this
cfternoon and by rain or snow tonight
or Saturday, wth warmer tonight.
High. Low. Prep.
Atlantic City 4 fi .02
lioston 44 i: .2n
Buffalo 22 0 Mi)
Rock Island 20 14 .02
San Francisco . . .
' Washington. D. C. .
j Winnipeg .'
, Yellowstone Park .
I J. M. SHERIER,
44 32 .00
36 30 .00
70 44 .00
44 12 .12
56 26 .00
78 50 .00
.38 24 .00
IS 10 .00
74 52 .00
70 4B .00
42 16 .00
8 IS .02
IS .00 i
Witness Called in and Tran
scripts Made of Evidence
'vestigation that the deceased came 'of Rock Island, after which they will
to his death from acute alcoholism, ro to New Orleans. Tampa. Kla., and
Connelly was found lying on the floor otier places of interest.
' of the McBurney livery barn in Milan,
; last Tuesday morning in an uncon-!
, scions 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 Honovan wilh the result that they
! were found to be untrue.
AT SILVIS LIGHT
Imernnr K. K Dunne last night
colled State's Attorney F. E. Thomp
son on the long distance telephone
telnthe to the letter's request for ex
tradition papers fur 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
Mrs. W. II. Iaing of Racine. Wis.,
is the (tueRt of Mrs. Belle .Innes.
Miss llnlda McKroegT of Elgin.
111., is visiting relnthos in Rock Is
would require some evidence before land and Moline.
Issuing the papers and accordingly i f; c. Hlakslee. 3o2 Twenty-th rd
three itnesses were Interrogated this ' glreet. is recoverinc from a several
morning in the county court, their evl-ttPeis- jnne,,, Qf Crip.
O. H G. Wood of Kansas City, for
merly of Rock Island, is spending sev
eral days in the city with his brother.
Mr and Mrs. C
to thir home in Clinton
dence certified to and transcripts sent ,
to the state capital The witnesses ;
nere Bert DuPrer.. proprietor of the'
resort In which the stabbing of Fred ;
Enimerson took place. Robert Oakley, j
who has charge of the place at night. I
and Mrs Fred Kmmerson. The lat-
; Tlip payroll for February at the
!Silvis shops cf the Rod; Island road
: ainojnted to $77.0on. whic'i is $ lM.oOo
; cfs than the amount paid out to the
employes for work done in January,
j The decrease is due to several things,
la bhort month, teveral legal holidays,
! and the fact that on the last day of
i the month some 1,500 employes re
! fusd to work because of the fatal-
j itieg which occurred when two aerial
F. Graham returned cranes came toeether. throwing one
Iowa. this'r.fT Iko troV
ter s evidence was to the efToct that morn ing alter naung spem me pai ; The payroii for the present month
the quarrel which resulted in the stab-' week here with Mr. and Mrs. .'amfs , prorai6ef 'to be liKht aso Decause of
blng of her husband resulted from her Wilson and o'her friends. the fact that the first two days of
buying a ring for $5 from McAllister.; Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Goff returned j the month found the 1.500 employes
. ...f, ... i nomt ibsi een!tip irnai abningnin, ; si in on siriKe. i nere is no ack of
demands for the return of hr money i j0f where they spent 'he past sev-1 work, however, and the shops will be
precipitated trouble which had Its ell- erai ,ja, 8 ith Mrs. (ioff s parents. Mr. run to their capacity for the remainder
max in the stabbing of her husband and Mr G M Humble. I of the month.
wnen ne triea to get tne money cacic.
JrZZ :rr. .. b-lM68 hospital wards
he will recover.
NO INQUEST OVER
No Inquest will be held over the
body of Frank Connelly who died Weri
neadav evenlne at St. Anthonv's hos
pital as It was found by Deputy Coro-I? win be 3tnP(1 ,llere on March
Herbert J. R'.ci who. with her I
visiting her brother. A. E. Mclnnis.
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.
Muoller, manager of the New Harper,
who Is now at Hot Springs, which
stated that he was greatly enjoying his
ner Cornelius Donovan after an In-
15 by his brother. Dr. Albert Mueller
Today's Market Quotations
Hos 16.0OO; strong. Bulk 8.70g
S85; light Sfil,fc5; mixed 8.50(&
X.&O; heavy 8.35'ah3.
Cattle 1.500; slow. Beeves 7.25
S.30; stockers and feeders 6.25&S.2n;
rows and heifers 3. 6itj 3.S0; calves 7 W ,N- York Central
American Tel. & Tel 118
j St. Paul 109J-4
'Illinois Central 1234
I International Harvester 1064
Board of Visitation Reports on Offi
cial Inspection at Water-town.
The official report of the board of
visitors to Watertown 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
j the elderly and most infirm males. The
day was quite cold and stormy, but
we found the building well heated and
comfortable, considering its age and
being frame construction. The at
tendants seemed to be looking care-
Sheep C.Ooo; irm: 5.75 Q 7.00.
Wheat opened 91 4 "i ?t T. ; closed
f 14-5 SUN
Corn op nrd
Oats opened T.41,
Pork 2" &7
Ird le S7.
Hons tr.-Jav S'iM
f i ."4
as high as S.OO. the
Northern Pacific ....115
People'g Gas 112
Rock Island common 22
Rork Isiand preferred 37'4
I'nion Pacific 151a
V. S. Stel common 604
V. 9. Steel preferred 10Sl4
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
March 7. Following are the whole-
FfPP Sponging and
1 I 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"
ices THE GRAND ARMY LADIES
No more puckered, rain spot
ted, shrunk out of snaps
suits, sk'rts and co:its.
Have tre goods sponged arid
finished before making.
f Our Notable Opening
THE EASTER SHINE IS ALL OVER THE STORE
THINGS YOU WILLL NEED FOR EASTER MORN
A Continuation o
of Fashionable Attire, Millinery and Ready-to-Wear Garments
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The styles you see here are all exclusive regardless ot how much or how lit
tle you pay; Rood dressers instantly recognize the individuality cf our gar
ments, 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 fahrio rang"
of this popular priced allot
nient is unusually broad ev
ery garment in a distinct
class by itself; the .jackets
are round corners and cut
aways, handsomely lined in
soft messaline, skirls hav
panels with small inverted
All Wool French E? ff
Stylish French serge dresses, in the popular shades of
tans and blues, trimmed n the new Bulgarian silk?.
collars, cuffs and buttons to match,
C - r a f i -1 1
An Exquisite Showing of tho
More Accepted Styles in Early
Easter Coliars 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 :r
the kinds usually made u;
in much i.iirher pi iced mod
VYc show over ";0 strik-
ir.:; models ;:t tins one price.
1K TI1 - J All a.
1 J I. CVll X ilUl w- nil"
Woo! Serge Coats
Plain tailored French strge coats, narrow and wid
wale, three-quarter and full length models, some made
with wide revcrs and bu'.ton j)Q 08
irimmmy, oaiurutf ...
White and ecru net cascade jabots,
shadow lace n (
Pleated net batwing jabots with
fine white shadow lace Cf
Fine white and ecru chemisette.
Heavy twill pique collar snd cuff
sets, ornamented lace
White lawn ccat collar and cuff
White linen stock collars with la
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.
The Very Latest Designs in
Real Leather Bags That Is
Sure to Interest Every Woman
Morocco leather bags, f:incy sihor
signet frauus, lUted with Inside
change I O It
purse JL &J
Good quality cru?h grain leather
r.irKaze bags, soft iiottoa, 8 inches
rleep, highly nickeled " "1 QQ
Seal pressed keratol hand bags,
nickeled frames, moire lined, black
An e-cellent showing of
Morocco leather pompadour bags,
cold or silver extension frames, fit
ted wilh coin purse, all J f OC
prefd. silver meeh bags in the new
est designs tor spring, $2.50 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 red rubber
seamless gloves, all sizes.
2-quart combinr.tlcn fyringe,
seamless ruL'ucr. complete
with attachments Q
5000 Bars Galvanic Soap, Ear 2?ci
Galvanic white laundry soap, big bars,
Saturday special, 10 to acuetomer for
Bed Spreads, 95c
Regui'ir sizf hemmed bed spreads, reg
ular ?1. '-!." value, Hatur- Q"
day special 7Jv
Crarh Toweling, 8c
H'avy quality crash toweling 17 in-
vi'le. Suturday Q
Mercerized Damask. 39c
Highly rnerctrlzed 70-inch white ta
ble damask, regular lb: value, five
topmost point so far this year. Ruy-!' cuotatloEa on tne iocsj market j of Fine Custom Apparel
On styles is our business as makers
ers wei- furried. as there have been,'0'?1
only r.i7.'i arrivals at 11 markets in I
five das this week, against 523,00) '
yrar ago. j
Kiht and har.dy-we'ht stri dos-J
t d strong at the highest level of the '
week, but heavy cattie wr depreseed.
Sbeep and Iamb went readily at a
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York. March 7. Following are
the quotations on the market toda?:
Arer.(.aii Sugar Refilling 113
Creamery butter, 35c.
Dairy butter, 30c.
Lard. 12 He per pound.
Fresh eegs, 2V.
Storage gc. 12!2e.
Potatoes. 60c to 60c
Cabbage, 1" pound.
Onions, lc per pound.
Feed and Fuel.
Timothy hay. $15 to $20.
Oats, 32c to 35c.
Corn, 45c to 47c.
Coal Lump, per ton, $2 25;
This is why you can see the latest
novelties in Fabrics for Spring Wear
at our store today. ,
The recognized styles are here, too
fctop in and see what both foreign and
domestic looms have prepared for
j good dressers.
TELEPHONE WEST 317.
YE TOG SHOP
G. . BAKER
1807V9 Second Avenue.
fu'.ly 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 mon'h of Decem
ber: Admissions Male, 17; female, 8;
Discharged Male, 35; female, 12;
Deaths Male, 7; female, 2; total, 9.
Census. Dec. 81. 1912 Males, 80?;
fema es. 659: total, 1.468.
J. W. SIMOXSOX, President.
W. C. GALLOWAY, Secretary.
I will no' be responsible for any
bills "-otcractei by my wife, Mrs. Han
tah Woest. from F"l. C. 1913. Otto
Woest, 41J Fifth street. (Adv.)
T'cal lodge Xo. 608, Odd Fellows
met at ihe Odd Fellows.' hall lasi
evening and elected tbe following offi
cers for the ensuing term:
Xoble 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 Thlerman and
Dedication Committee Jonas Bear,
chairman; William Gu'denzopf. 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
ers convicted in the "dynamite con
spiracy" trial her;, was reelected prev
I'i'i of the International Association
of Uridge and Structural Iron Work
ers at its session here yesterday.
i Boy of Four Kills Baby Si-ter.
New York. March 7. When H' rman
Corell, a policeman, openefj a drawer
; of his dresser yesterday his pistol
; was missing. He heard a sho in the
, next room and then found hiH four
j 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
j providing for compu'ftory old age and
sickness insurance for workingmen.
! f haiubftrliiln's Stomach and Liver
Table'.s are safe, mire and reliable,
and have been praised by thousands of
woriien v. bo have, been restored to
health through their gentle aid an1
cura'i'.e properties. Sold by all drusj-giKs.--Odv.)
Exchange and 700 Homes Burn.
Yokohama, March 7. Fire destroyed
700 houses and several business build
ings in Y'okoharna, inc' tiding the stock
exchange. No foreign buildings were
Mother Jones on Trial.
Charleston, W. Va March 7. Moth
er Jones, an aged labor leader, and
50 others, charged before military
' commission with conspiracy in conec
' tion with rioting in the Kanawha coal
j fields, were plscefl cn trial before
I the commission today
We Buy and Sell
Deere and Company
Moline Plow Co.
Root &. Van Dervoort "stocks
LITTEN St ROBERTS
Stccks, Bends, Mortgages.
Peoples National Hank Building
Rock Island, 111.