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THE HOCK ISLAND ARGUS. THURSDAY, AriUL 10, 1013.
Plan for Improved Economic Conditions
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Left to rirhl. President Van Hise,
President Waters. Secretary
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i -r . W :iits of Kansas acricult urai
-o' t". i'r si(icnr M of Texas uni
versity. Heiijam;n V. V oakum. H. F.
Harr's anil others of like cai.i.er wiil
Jiff's W ilhil'eses.
The o;'tiinf; scssidm was (ifvoted
to a i'rinf incsi iitatiuii o!' market itic
in-t 'e :ns. Tip fi.l'ow trv fi'ssimii w i!!
'(insist In f.res(-;it 111 v worl ai'ie s"'u
tioi.s of t proliienis.
I On- sos.-'iiti wil! i.e .ven ovi r to
tiie federal povernmfnt shouki do
t!:rni:ph thf establishment of a nation
al burenu of markets. Another session
will he dovoted to farm credits, with
srciii.p and explanations of fucIi sys
tems in Europe, with possible adapta
'ii ns to conditions in this country.
Finally, various conference commit
H" s. acting rjion the vdence thus
p: e: , -..'ii. vv il' ' ( (i-ntnend w hat measure.-
Bfi'in adv isahie for a better and
more ejii:'aMe 9pport;on:nnt than now
ei.-ta of laiior and the doilar.
Today's Market Quotations
CHICAGO MARKETS. People s C.as li::--
My Aj-u. iai".l IT. ) j Heart i:in 1 i,T 1 .
Ci:;.'iirii II!, Apr. I S-ivh'.: I; nalll,('" Island common '!''
rhown in in rs tod.i) Heot ip s were ' !s!ai"l preferred ::s -K
fht, tiiouirh ni.i.'h improvd mer e- ' ''nion Facifu Kef
..irday, ab there vv;i., kihkI huynu cl. '' s 'oii.mnn i
n.and for better n,s si-.cU t special- I'. S. Str-'l pr lerrrd i"l
I'riee., Hle.) at sterd;i . 's aver
Hi.,, ' LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Wes'eiM rcei;.ts today '::,! 1 A.r. 1".- Follovviii; are tiie w holc-
nptreii will Ti.Tui' a year an''. s;"" (i.. :a: ions op lh itual market
f'i."'e i..'-e.p:s liir(.;e. li.-mai.ds did today :
t (nine i p ;n the supii . market fream ry lerter. ::r,c.
x thui'Jii i In - fpi,t!;t : .. a r'ui- of Fa;r Im'tei. 'Mn..
. ;:u-!er l. p price..- ?t. ;i I ard. iL'-ji- per pound.
s1'!" i slow iiii.l i. ... at . ' sl"t'iia s , Fresh i sf. IT'-c.
eru;:e '. St.irau" ckks,
a'th' li.iici . si'iw. .'adv. Ii-eves ' ''d potatoes, im.
T.':ii i( I'.L'n . att, t;ers ai.d feetiers tVIO, New potatoes, lc to fu: jm.t pound.
I' 1". IHWS 111:1 ie;fTS ' I 1 ' ' '' ' '. p"!' pound.
,.i's it..", i ! v t,, i (iiiuii.s. lc jier pui.ud.
H.ys I'-'.-im. It i!k ! mi Feed and Fuel.
" ! ' ' Vi iiiiM-u .-;.'!' :. 7 . , Timothy h.iy. $if, to Jl;.
1,-avy v : no. Oats. 34c to oac.
stheep 311,0.11, blow; ' in ' T.a" ! Wheat, Sic per bufhel
' ."'.irn. 5nc to 51c.
May wheat i.pein 1 !:' -s : U)S- ( '..a ! i .ump. p. l ton. J:',.i0 to $1;
e,l V.; :. s.ark. st arty.
(,'orn opened M", i. .j , clowd io'g I
Oat opened 3;7,'-t :!:. closed nr.s ' The Smi'h studio is now installed
! i'.i their new rooms formerly occu
Fork t r 72 ' 1,!,'! ''V HUiksI. e. lorr 'rd on Third
'.aid 1'i.v'i mi m;i'. near Nint'eeuth s re", and is
H.bn 11 li. iead for luis'ncss. 1 he conveniences
for excellent work is all thai could
NEW YORK STOCKS I be desired and the quality of the
New York. April 9 - Following are ! Photographic Productions wil: be main-
the quotations .. mark-t: ' ,am"l U P W,V bp 10 8" 1,11
. .. , , ,,, .. . 1 our o!d cus 'mers as well as nt '.v,
. ori. Apnl 10. (oilowinc ar- . ,
, ,, , .. ' civir.c vu tue pest work possible.
., , ... . , . The Smith stud;o. tAdv.)
.Vui'-r.' ,'ti Id v l.'i. 1 .! ! 4 j
Atciiion l'n j Medicines that aid nature are at-
.Xorthwes'.crn 1S4 I ways most successful. Chamberlain's
st. Fnul i Couph Roinedy acts on this plan. It
Illinois !if"! Ii'.'7-. iiobtub the cough, reliovts the luncs.
Int. -tini in.it l llimu'i r I'": opens 'he secretions and aids nature
N' ork lenirai 1"4 j ;n restoriTip the sysiem to a healthy
Norfliern Facitie l'.' rondi'iou. Sold by all druggists.
Pennsylvania Iii'n j (Adv.)
IGNORE ASHTOIi CHARGES?
Senator Gore Gets Complaint Filed
Against Colonel Lewis.
Washington, April 10. So far as
can lie learned nothinp will be done
with the charges filed against Sena
tor -ele-t Lewis of Illinois with Sena
tor Owen of Oklahoma by Representa
tive Henry M. Ashton of the Illinois
.Mr. Owen is confined to his home,
unable to receive visitors because of
iline.s. The letter from Mr. Ashton
iias been taken to him with other mail,
b.it he has not indicated to his secre
tary thai he intends to j,ive it serious
"Ilnowitis sunn ti.itiK of the provi
sions of the publicity act I do not
see any grounds for the charge that
.Vi. Lewis has been guilty of violat
ing the law," said Senator Sherman.
"it has been stated that .Mr. Lewis
(received some crtitnbut ions during
his campaign from a man identified
with public service corporation:., but
if this is reprehensible. I am equally
guilty, for the reason that Charles G.
Dawes and his brother, as well as
.Tames Tieering and other men identi
fied with public service corporations
contributed to my campaign fund. I
have not heard whether I am to be
irvolved by- .Mr Ashton in the charges
. against my colleague." j
.lames K Sullivan, secretary to
Scna'or elect Lewis, said the ro'l ca!l
Would show that Mr. Ashton voted for
r T ituie uhpn iio una tit act oil sc n ri - I
In New Sioo.
K. K. Ljimp. who has conducted a
p'limbing shop a" "-i Seventeenth
street for a number of years, has re
moved to new and larger quarters at
19 Seventeenth street. Adv.Ji
YOUR GRAY HAIRS
It Must Be All Over Town
Thank You! Thank You! Thank You!
I f For somebody is sending everybody to our new location and private
Confidential and private consulting rooms in our new location, 1619
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Not even our Name on windows at 1619 Second avenue.
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Money, Money. Money! Our Money Never Runs Out.
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j You Can Deposit In our Bank just the same at any other Bank.
M Personal loans on Diamonds and jewelry or any high grade article
A Harmless Remedy, Made
Jvfrom Garden Sage, Restores
Color to Gray Hair, j
Neatest, cleanest, most expensive and private loan parlors west of
New York City.
Known and Celebrated as the
Cut Rate Loan Co.
1619 SECOND AVE., ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Phone W 177. Call, write, or send messenger boy. Open evenings.
JOHNNY JONES. Mgr.
r A feelinp of sadness accompanies tbe
discovery oi uie nrsi gTay nairs wnicn
unfortunately are looked upon as heralds
of advancing age. Gray hair, however
handsome it may be, makes a person
look old. We all know the advantages
of being young. Aside from the good
impression a youthful appearance makes
on others, simply knowing that you are
"looking fit" gives one courage to
undertake and accomplish things. So
why suffer the handicap of looking old
on account of gray hairs, when a simple
remedy will give your hair youthful
color and beauty in a few days' time?
Most people know that common gar
den sage acts as a color restorer and
ecaip tonic as well. Our grandmothers
used a '"Sage Tea" for keeping their
hair dark, soft and luxuriant. In
Wyeth'a Sage and Sulphur Hair Remedy
we have an ideal preparation of Sage,
combined with Sulphur and other valua
ble remedies for dandruff, itching scalp
and thin, weak hair that is 6plit at the
ends or constantly coming out. A few
applications of this valuable remedy
will bring back the color, and in a 6hort
time it will remove every trace of dan
druff and greatly imrrove the growth
and appearance of the hair.
Get a fifty cent bottle from your
druggist today, and notice the difference
m your hair after a few davs' treatment-
All druggists sell it, under guar
ftntee thst the Bioney will be refunded if
the remedy is not exactly as represented.
Specltu agents. Harper Hcxsc fbtr
xacy. 19th St. aai 2nd Ave. (Adrer
$1,950 Fully equipped. F. o. b. Detroit.
gives the answer to both.
to the man who is thinking
of buying a cheap car:
The difference between the Chalmers
"Thirty-Six" and some other car you may
be thinking of buying is probably about
$300 or S400.
But the difference in value, we can hon
estly assure you, isn't loss than $1,000.
Nowadays it is not merely enough that
an automobile run. You can take that
much for granted with almost any car.
What you should look for is permanent sat
isfaction, comfort, good looks, elegance of
equipment. You want a car you can be
proud of. You want a car that will be
good 5, 6, or 8 years from now.
The Chalmers "Thirty-Six" is such a
Built in the Chalmers shops, manufac
tured not assembled made of the best
materials and under the most rigid inspec
tion, the "Thirty-Six" offers all you can
ask in a motor car. If you are going to
spend your money at all for a motor car,
isn't it wise economy to put $300 or $400
more to it and make your first investment
to the man who is thinking
of buying a high priced car:
Just what more do you get in any high
priced car than you get in the Chalmers
"Thirty-Six" at $1,950? Can you go any
further in a day or a month? Can you go
any faster, (except at great risk) ?
Can you ride with any greater comfort?
Can you get any more conveniences to
make driving easy and pleasant?
We honestly believe that many people
choose high priced cars simply because
they are hijjh priced, -
We know of many who have paid more
than they really needed to pay simply be
cause they didn't realize that a medium
priced car like the "Thirty-Six" would
give maximum service. -
We know these same people are paying
out monthly far more in upkeep than they
would need to pay for such a car as the
To all such we say, "See the 'Thirty-Six;
ride in it; try it out thoroughly. It is a
car you can be proud of a car that will
save you money but not at the cost of
Won't you give us the opportunity of demonstrating the Chal
mers "Thirty-Six"? Please phone or call.
EN. I. C. BARTH, ROCK ISLAND, ILL.
Mason's Carriage Works, Davenport, Iowa, distributors.
Daily United States Weather IMap
U. S. Department or Agriculture.
W1UJS L. MOOk.1. CM-u
hf A .sj3y r
Ii 4, . r--A ifei .ci 303
fst, 33 C5CI
ONrttout ikeD a 5 a. nr. . ent fifh tr.r
rldian tnr.e. Air pr..ur. riti. .-1 to 'c. , v;
Iftolu.if. 'coDtinnous !'n? luroi-f: i-oiris
pvbrouti poin jof i,&; iiep-; drawn
vii i. ior itro. irtezui f, n, iqii
O cler; Q pin! 7 cloudy; Q f'--ddy;
r,'n: no: rfiy.r: missini.
rm' flr with th wtnrt. ri-f fr.r. i,wj.t
tmpriure i-mai tin.- ft-'tril pr.f .r:u'rc
of .0. lot-Dor murf- for pi Zi bujrs: it.rj. ikhii
mum wlad leiucur.
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND, OAPENPORT, MOLINE. AND ViCINITY.
Rain or snow onight and probably Friday, colder tonight with tbe lowe3t temperature near the
The southwestern storm has increa;
Memphis. 2.02 ir.-hes ai.d at. Nev; Or- ii British folumb'a and Alberta. The
leans. 1 inches. Hich bresstireR u-t r.rau,-r ,r., .
. ..i . o.iir t.liiCillB J'M .'.it'U .j dIJO'l?
el in intensity ana moved slowly and freezing tem,-,ei af.res are noted Lorutl on tb- ,.rth Vlavic coav
uortheasard to Ioa. It Las been ftom Manitoba and Saskatchewan Owing to ihe northeastward tiiovement
rttended by E.ner2 frecipitaUon in sourhwaid to Texas and generally of ,h iowa ,OA. and lLe afiroat.t of
tee territory between the Rockies and clear sk.es prevail from the eastern the northwrt-tern bisb. rain or snow
Aileghacies ana oy uea.y rains in tee Kor ky mountain siope to the Pacific i ir.di' atfd for this virin.:y tonight
lower Mississippi valley. At Little cofcst Another area of low presfure and probably Friday, with colder to
Rock the rainfall was 2.64 iucb.es; at aud higher temperature is appearing ' night.
Ifigh. Ijow. Prep.
Atlantic City t; 10 .(hi
Uriston 40 :') .mi
Buffalo 11 32 .on
Rock Island 42 41
Denver 2t .'
.laksiin illp 71 05 .On
Kansas City ."2 H .42
New Orli'iuis mi f,o .:n;
New Vurk 4; ",f, .(i'i
Norfolk ri; 4( .(ii
IMioenix mi -,r, .on
St. I.ouis Hd 4S .(ij
St. Paul lit :;2 .22
San )i' -fi r.4 .m,
S.iii Friiuisco 72 Tift .00
Sea-11" l',i; ;,ii iin
Vfitih'iititi r,s 42 .(in
inii'ii-s 12 ",) .irn
i .l-r. .-:.-i" i'ark ... - 2'i .do
The MIssiFsippi will continue to rise
from liciim ixihii'jue to Muscatine. The
f rest if l he i'i; e wil! rea'l) iJavenporl
Mid Mij.scitine about Thursday, th?
lTili, v. h'-n ihe staKeb will he about
tiiree fpet bi'icr than thr; present
J. M. S.'JKRIK.'t. Local Forecaster.
CREDIT FOR McN
AND YOUNG MEN
Yon rf cordially invited
to open an acirouiit vsl'h us
for a new sprint; suit or
over -ch! . You only need
to pay u a little? down and
a baidiKi. at the ia:t of
SI a Week
You'll find this the hest
ard pas. est v.ay to buy
t and to pay for your clot lies
nd you'il find our
clothes the hnd you like to
CREDIT ON THE SQUARE
IN THE SQUARE
iMorgen's Clothing Co.
1 Opposite the Harper Houte
i Rock Island, III.