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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. TUESDAY, MAY 20, 1913.
Daily United States Weather IMap
are, respectively, prince Hartzfsldt principals in a bitterly fought divorce
and Prince Radolin, who actually will
present wine and soup to the guests
at the beginning of the dinner.
zs.es U. S. Department of Agriculture.
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GcLZy- Miy 20,1913-
- Showers tonight or
Wednesday; not much
change in temperature.
ObeerrsUont taken at S a. ., 75th meridian time. Air pressure reduced to sea leTel. Isobars (continuous lines) pirn thronch points
of equal air pressure. Isotherms (dotted lines) pass through points of equal temperature; drawn only for sero. freezing. 90. and 100?.
O clear: Q partly cloody; O cloudy; rain; snow; g) report missing. Arrows fly with the wind. First figures, lowest
temperature past 12 boars: second, precipitation of .01 lncb or more for past 24 hours; third, maximum wind velocity.
FORECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND, OAPENPORT.
The southwestern storm extends
from the southern plateau states north
eastward to Minnesota, with the great
est barometric depression over Kan
sas. It has bee nattended brihowers
In the northern Rocky mc.tain sec
tions and the Minourl and .Mississippi
valleys and the upper lake region. At
Omaha the rainfall amounted to 1.34
Inches, and at Dubuque to 1.26 inches
MO LINE. AND VICINITY.
Atlantic City 70
Rock Is'land CO
Kansas City 74
The northern area of high pressure iXew Orleans S2 72
and cool weather extends from the j New York GC 50
lake region to the middle and south i Norfolk 72 56
Atlantic coasts, with the rrest of the,' Phoenix S6 55
high over northern Michigan. Owing! St, Louis 7C CO
to this distribution of air pressure, j St. Paul 50 44
continued unsettled conditions are in-iSaa Diego C4 50
d'tated for this vicinity, with showers! San Francisco C2 50
tonight or Wednesday, and without. Seattle CO 50
any Important change in temperature. Washington, D. C...72 52
Yellowstone Park ...
proceedings two years ego and the
husband secured the decree. The one
son was given to the father with the
wife having the privilege to visit him
Ottumwa, Iowa, May 20. Pat
Leeny, "expert switchman," mayor of
Ottumwa, made twp claim for space
in the public printahere when he ar
rested his divorced wife, Minnie
Leeny, on tho charge of Intoxication.
Mayor Leeny has been aiding the po
lice force occasionally since his inau
guration April 7, but the arrest of his
former wife was the least expected
of any action of his spectacular ca
reer as a public officer. An effort will
be made by Mr. Leeny. to . have Mrs.
Leeny 6ent to the inebriate asylum.
Mr. Leeny was accompanied by the
patrol wagon and Night Captain
Smith, and when Smith Informed the
woman of her arrest she made no pro
test but claimed "this is the work of
Mrs. Leeny is now in the county
jail awaiting the action of the dis
trict court, when she will face
the charge of nublic intoxication.
Mayor Leeny and the woman were
10,000 EMPLOYES TO GET
SATURDAY AFTERNOONS j
Notices have been posted in all of
the factories and shops of Moline and i
East Moline, providing for Saturday
afternoon off for all employes, from
the office force down. The order will
be effective from June 14 to Aug. 16,
inclusive, and will be taken advantage
of by about 10,000 employes.
25 Milwaukee Speeders Fined.
Milwaukee, May 20. Twenty-five
speeders 15 automobilists and 10 mo
torcyclists caught by Chief of Police
Joan T. Janssen s new motorcycle pa
trolmen squad on Sunday, appeared in
district court yesterday and paid fines
The splendid work of Chamberlain's
Stomach and Liver Tablets is daily
coming to light. No such grand rem
edy for liver and bowel troubles was
ever known before. Thousands bless
them for curing constipation, sick
headache, biliousness. Jaundice and
indigestion. Sold by all druggists.
St. Paul 14
Red Wing 14
Reed's Landing 12
La Crosse 12
I Prairie du Chien ...IS
! Dubuque IS
Le Claire 10
Rock Island 13
Only 6l:ght changes will occur in the
Mississippi from below Dubuque to
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
'Catfish, lb 15c
Halibut, lb 10c
Flour, Feed and Fuel,
'straw, ton ..i $950
Straw, bale . ..; 4045c
CHICAGO MARKETS. .AtchiEon 9!4 ! Hay, prairie, bale 5060c
(By As'x'!ated Prrss.j j Ncrthwestern 129i t Hay, prairie, ton ?18
Chicago, 111.. May 20. Cattle, 1,500; St. Paul 107 j Bran, ton $23.00
slow and steady and unchanged. ' Illinois Central HoU Bran, cwt. $1.25
Hogs. 10,000; generally 10c higher International Harvester 103 Ear Corn, bushel 6065c
than yesterday's average. Bulk, 8 60 New York Central ICOVi 'Ooats, load, bushel 38c
(g8.70; light, 8.50.? 8.75; mixed, 8. 403- 'Northern Pacific 114 ! Corn chop, cwt. $1.35
fc.73; heavy, S.lo'fi S.70. ' Pennsylvania 1108 Shorts, ton $24.00
Mieep, 12,000; steady to 10c lower Fenp:e's Gas 109
than last night's close; 5.50' t.15. . .'Reading ICO14
: Rock Island common 10s;
Hog rrlces mad? Fharp g;ns. Mea-, Reck Island preferred 29J
grnees of run forcej buyers into mar
ket early. Arrivals wire fwer than
half the nurnl.er expected.
Cattle quoted generally steady. Sup
port, however, lame from minor pack
ers end local speculators.
Bniand for light v.vight sheep and
larnbs fair, but'buycrs were indifferent. ; today
10 neavy sorts.
I'r.'on Pacific 150!4
I. S. St?el corr.rcon Cf1u
U. S. Steel preferred 105"8
Coal, lump, per ton.
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
May 20. Following are the whole
sale quotations on tao local market
Chicago Cash Grain. ,
Wheat No. 2 red. inr,i l(g 1074 ; 1
3 red, 95Q102; No. 2 hard, 91S4Q'93;
No. 3 hard, mi"92.
Corn-No. 2, 574 57: No. 2 white. I
CltftC ; No. 2 yellow. 5745z5S:
No. 3. 57; No. 3 white, C0'4; No. 3
Oats No. 2 white, 40: No. 3 white, '.
CS!39'4; standard, 394540.
Butter, Eggs and Cheese
Eggs, fresh, doz
Butter, dairy, lb
Butter, creamery, lb
Butter, packing stock, lb
Tomatoes, green house, lb.
MARRIAGE IS ONE
OF GREAT IMPORT
Berlin, May 20. Preparations for the
wedding on Saturday of Princess Vio
i tcria Luise, only daughter of the Ger
' man emperor, and Prince August of
i Cumberland gave evidence of striking
'.premise of the emperor's desire to
Friday, May 23
Eat on the Verandas
and Dance Every
Tuesday and Friday
G. R. STEPHENSON, Mgr.
3 l-3c 1 IEa'ie occasion contribute to z
betterment or tne relations Detween
Britain and the German em-
July whfat opened S94 39Si,; clcs-
Corn orened oCSjC!
Oats opened 374: closed 303
Onions, bunch 2c .i-
Cucumbers, eacL 15c, 10c, 5c . Plre-
Lettuce lb 124c j Officially the non-political character
Lettuce' head, lb 25c i c marriage has been emphasized,
N- rtatoes. Florida. ' bhl." V' Vs'.TS : but the real attitude of the emperor
closed -sew t'abbage, Louisiana, ib.
4C was illustrated today by the granting
Onions. Texas. Bermuda and Silver 01 a parcon to mree tngiisn spies na
gkm ib gc 4C ' are now undergoing terms of impris
onment in Germany. Another evi
dence of German concern in the forth-
j Chickens. j
! Chickens 144c visit of King George and Queen
s jn n-c j Mary is contained in the official pro-
j"p' . " (gram published yesterday In the Nord-
l Fish Market :dcutsche Allgeimeine Zeitung, which
prints In a prominent position a"talf
I column article on the reception ar-
rangements for the British sovereigns
;and in a few lines in another column
NEW YORK STOCKS
New York, May 20 Following are Perch 4c to 7c
the quotations on the New York stock ; Black bass 11c to 17c
market today: ' Halibut, fresh 10c
Amrr.can nusar jinuiug n ,i nerei. ;u ov,- describes the preparations for the re-
nirncm in. in '- 1 l" jception of Emperor Nicholas of Rus-
, i tia.
.mi i t -4ji 4.1. According to the program, two
t j squadrons of cuirassiers and dragoons
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Hardwood Yenevr t :oor.r.j and dtai
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Wall paper in rich color
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bought because their col
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and appeal to the artistic
Swedish iionrth Ave.
(rives tr-a t m
a: offiie by Bpi7lw"
I15S: oaiCM. -I,, ,n um
will compose the escort of King George
en his arrival In Berlin on Wednesday,
; while only one squadron is assigned
to escort Emperor Nicholas the follow
! ing day. The German newspapers are
'giving much attention to the political
I importance which the wedding may
' have in bringing about a manifestation
of friendship between Germany and
Great Britain, but. they have little to
, 6ay concerning a similar manifestation
i Emperor William will spend a busy
afternoon on May 22. He will make
; three Journeys to the railroad station
in the short two and one-half hours
in which he will receive successively
, the grand duchess of Baden, the duke
and duchess of Cumberland and the
j Russian emperor.
The visitors will make state entries
into the city, each through two and a
i half miles of street lined with the
1 crack guard troops, and their welcome
by the emperor will necessitate three
'.changes of uniform cn his part,
i Six German sovereigns and the rep
i resentatives of several other German
j reigning houses also will arrive during
;the day, making necessary more or
j less formal receptions. ,
; Many British and Russian police of
I ficials arrived in Berlin today to su
! pen lee arrangements for the safety of
. King George and Emperor Nicholas,
j The nuptial banquet will witness a
j revival of the medieval functions cC
1 titulary nigh cupbearer and butler, who
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you begin to save from your present income?.
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ROCK ISLAND, ILLINOIS
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Southwest corner Second avenue and Eighteenth street.
1 ; ,
The Nal Treatment neutralizes and eliminates all
T thp stered-up aloohnllp jio'st-nlng In the system.
MOV When this Is done, the drinker is In the ame physl
J cal and mental condition that he was In before he
lie. for it is me storea-up aieonouc
.stem that eauKe-i this appetite, and
alcoholic pnjiioninsr is eliminated the
gone. Guests, while at the. ?eei Inrmuie. enjoy an tne rom-
racy and conveniences of b first-class home, club t hotel. Barnes
divulged. XEAI. IXSTITl'TU, 2l Faruam St, Davenport, Iowa.
What Rudyard Kipling Said
. About the Grand Canyon in
Yellowstone National Park
I looked into a gulf 1,700 feet deep, with eagles and fish
hawkii circling far below. ' And the sides of that gulf were one
wild welter of color crimson, emerald, cobalt, ochre, amber,
honey eplaehed with port wine, snow-white, vermlllion. lemon
and silver-gray in wide washes. The sides did not fall sheer,
but were graven by time and water and air into monstrous heads
of kings, dead chiefs men and women of the old time. So far
below that no sound of its strife could reach us, the Yellow,
stone river ran, a finger-wide strip of jade green.
"E-'-enlo'-f -rect through the pi" that shadowed us. but the
full rlory ti the dav flaued In that canyon as we Tent out very
rautious!ytr a jutting piece of roclc that overhung the deepest
Jeps r' t() e-n1 yltJ an illustrated pamphlet on the Tellow-
stone Park. It contains a fine map in colors, shawms; all the
nomtsof Interest, and deacrines tne many wonutn 10 ne r-r-n. Ana
1 1 I U II Ml
to tell you lust now to go there most comior-iaoiy.
Kindly call or writ
ilISS D. ODEN. Passenger agent
F. A. RIDDELL. Ticket agent.
Phone West 6S0.
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Thous. nds of young arid old man can look back at
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We eueresafully treat Nervous Debllltf, Vartcoee Yelbe, Katarged Pro,
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after we cured them, that they
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