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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1913.
TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS
Local and Foreian
Chicago and New York markets fur
nished by E. V. Wagner & Co- mem
ben Chicago Board of Trade; grain,
provisions, stocks and cotton; private
wires to all financial centers. Corre
spondents on the New York Stock and
Cotton Exchanges. Trl-c-ty office in
suite 309 Best Building. Phone Rock
P. J. McCORMICK. Manager.
Wheat Open. High. Low. Cose.
Dec 86 86 854 S5Vi-A
May 80i 902 0' 90H H :
Dec C9, 70 69 69 !
May 70 70V 70 70 U
July 70Vi 70'i 69 69
Dec 3R S.S 28Vi 38.;
May 42 42 42 42',
July 42 42 41 41
Jan. 20.07 20.17 20.05 20.05 B
May 20.17 20.22 20.10 20.10
Jan 10.62 10.70 10 62 10.65 B
May 10.80 10.85 10.80 10.82 A
Jan. ..... 10.67 10.70 10.65 10.65 B
May 10.8010.85 10.7710.77
'Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r. 95 ft 9G5,; ;
!2393; No. 2 hw, 80.871,
; No. 3
hw, :,&M; No. '4 hw, .No. 1
ns, 901JMV4: No. 2 ns. fcK'D 89: No. 3
ns, 8fi7ts7; No. 4 in. h2ffc5; No. 2 s,
87ft 88: No. 3 s. Mar,; No. 4 s, 80-
85; No. 1 vc, MltihT"-,; No. 2 vc, Soft
8Gtj; No. 1 durum, M'f;85; No. 2
durum, 8;i1jM: No. 3 durum, 81 ft S3.
Corn No. 2, 72 U -ft 73; No. 2 w, 72;
073; No. 2 y. 7373'i; No. 3, 72'2;
No. 3 y, 72 ; No. 4. 71',72; No. 4
w, 72; No. 4 y. 71 V.,T 72.
Oats No. 2 w. 4fi ll: No. 3 w.
38 6 39i4: No. 4 w, ZVi 33 ; stand
Wheat closed unchanged to '.i oy.
Corn closed to 1 'H off.
Wjunipeg 817 1.117 1,148
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
K fts. Shipments
Wheat today 1,041.000 r.GI.Ono
Corn today 377,000 tll'J.ooo
CHICAGO LIVE STOCK.
Opening of Market.
Mope-ir.,iMio. Left over. 2.517.
Open steaJy at. yesterday's average.
Mixed. $7.4oi8.2o; Rood. $7.701 8.20;
rough. $7.3:.'! 7.r; Ugh. J7.G5l8 10.
Cattle 200; steady.
Sheep 3,000; steady.
Nine O'clock Market.
Steady ; rjonlity fair. Kstiniatod
Monday, hos, 43,ooo. Next week. 150,
000. Cattle. 24.000. Sheep, 45.000.
Mixed, $7.408.25; Good, $7.H0?f 8.25;
rough. $7.40ff7.70; light. .Wn 8.15;
pigs, $4.401i 7.75; bulk, $7.75 'j 8.20.
Daily United States Weather Map
i - . . .... ... mn
day; rising tempera-
ObMrt tioai Uk st t m ,15th mcridlaa Uml Air pnmn reduced to aes lrl. Isobart (contlBootuttDe) (ta thmticb poteu
erigul air ppmeux. laouurau (toued Uneit pm ihrouco point of Qual lempermuire: drava ooly for aero, (tcezing. 90. and 100s.
O clear: O partly cloudr. O cloudy: rata: mo: raport mlaalnc. Arrows fly wim U wind. Ftm 8 jure, loweit
tetaperatore past IS bours; aeoood. precipitation of .01 locb or mora Cor past S boors: third, maximum wlod velocity.
The area of high pressure and fair.
cold weather overlies the territory
east of the Rockies, with its crest
over the low er Ohio valley. Rising
temperatures, however, are noted on
in the Missouri anc upper Mississippi
valleys, due to the relatively low pres -
urea on the Rocky morntain plateau
and to a more pronounced low which
covers w estern Canada. Light rain
has fallen on the north Pacific coast
and in northern Arizona and rentral
Texas. The eastw ard drift of the his'.i
and the northwestern low wiil be at -
tended by fair weather in tlus vioin -
Ity tonight and Sunday, w ith rising
Cattle Steady. Beeves, $7.15 9.70;
cows, $3. 255 8.15; Blockers, $5.50 :
7.40; Texans. 16.25 8.00; westerns,!
$6.40 8.25; calves, $S.00!g 10.75.
Sheep Steady. Lambs, S4.85ig7.60.
Hogs St. Louis, 4,000; St. Joe, 3,
000; St. Paul. 2,900.
Close of Market.
Hogs closed steady at early prices:
weak at yesterday's average. Mixed
7.408.25, good 7.803 8.25. rough 7.40
7.70, light 7X0&S.15.
Cattle aad sheep steady.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 1.500 300 4,500
Omaha 3,800 100 1,700
Market Square Sale3 II
Oct. 31, 1913.
Two loads of corn at 75c.
One load of new corn at 60c
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Nov. 1. Following are the whole
sale Quotations on the local market
Butter, Eggs and Cheese.
Eggs, storage, dozen 25c
Butter, dairy, pound 27c
Butter, creamery, pound 32c
Butter, packing stock, pound .
Parsley, buccn SViC
Cucumbers, hot house 10c20Ojiow witn tne market excited.
Lettuce, pouna 12ic
Potatoes, bushel 80c90c
Onions, bunch 3c
New cabbage, Loulsialna, pound 2c
I Ouion, Texas. Bermuda and Silver
Skin, per bushel $1.00
Old cocks 7c
I Hens 12c
I Fish Market.
Perch 4c(g 7c
Halibut, fresh i2c
Pickerel, pound 3c
Catfish, pound 15c
Trout, jiijund 14c
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Nov. 1. Following are
the quotations oi tii6 liew Trrk stock
il'cion Pacific 150 y8
ll'riited States Steel, preferred . 107
! United States Steel, common .. 56-4
I Heading loO's
Hock lolaml, preferred 23
i Rork Island, common 14
Southern Pacific 87U
1 New York Central 96's
I Missouri Pacific 2S,,
j Smelters 63
i Canadian Pacific 225V
I I'cnnsj lvcuia IOSvb
j Krie 278
iltrooklyn Rapid Transit 87
jUtiltlnmre & Ohio Jl.V
! Atchison 92 Vi
st. Paul 101 '
Republic Steel, common 18
New York. Nov. 1. Clearing house
menihrrs' average: Loans, increase
$15.20J.ooO; specie, decrease $1,894,
ooO; legal tenders, decrease $1,958,
000; net deposits, increase $9,969,000;
reserve, decrease $0,205,450. Actual
loans, increase $24,024,000; specie, de-
S. Department of Agriculture.
' - A
m i -ttirf?? xTZsStis r
42 " 25
: Kansas City
I New York
' St. Paul ,
i San Diego
j San Francisco ..
j Washington. D. C.
crease $7,829000; legal tenders in
crease $499,000; net deposits, increase
$19,67C,i00; reserve, decrease $11,404,-300.
li WAGNER'S REVIEW II
Liverpool. Nov. 1. Wheat market
responded to the steady American ca
bles and the firm feeling in Winnipeg
and opening values were to M
higher. Indications of lighter Ameri
can shipments this week as shown by
Bradstreets and a growing scarcity of
foreign offers of soft varieties and
a firmer sentiment among holders
'helped the advance. During the morn-
ine the weakness in corn and con
tinued general favorable weather and
crop advices from Argentine led to
week-end profit-taking and prices de-1
clined to with recovery or
in May, which there is good specula
tive support owing to the bad outlook
in India. At the close the market
was easy and unchanged to M lower
Corn opened quiet and unchanged
to H lower. Later there was heavy
general realizing and prices broke 1
to IVi on the heavy tenders on con
tract and the enormous stocks here.
Spot for plate grade declined and ar
rivals are expected to be heavy Mon
day. During the morning there was
some little recovery from the extreme
close the undertone weak and to
1 lower than yesterday.
Morning Grain Letter
Chicago, 111., Nov. 1. Com cables
off 3-4 to 1 1-8, a disappointment.
While Chicago holds about 4,000,000
corn the cash situation has gained.
There is talk of a million to go out
from here shortly. Both in December
corn and December wheat there is
comment as to probable anxiety on
part of shorts. Irrespective of the
flabby cables our markets have given
some signs that current leves are tr
hold. Last Argentine cables are fav
orable as to wheat, but no one seems
to venture a esMmate above 110,000,
000. Also the Argentine wheat, crop
is a guess at this time. The 30 most
crucial days start today.
Last year the corn visible in De
cember was 350,000. Primary oats
moiement for th eweek is around 40
per cent under last year and the oats
visibie may decrease. Corn belt, weath
er shows frost and fine conditions.
Looks ideal for November work and
grain receipts may be light as a re
sut. Feeding Ca tie and Hogs.
Chicago, 111., Nov. 1. As a result of
the 1912 bumper com crop the winter
of 1313-14 may bring a giant run of
hogs, but there is no advance proof in
the way of statistics. Eleven western
points this year have received 20,000,
OOo lings about same as last year.
Packers have exercised their eternal
right of clipping hog prices in October
but the hog enters November at 8c
levels which equal any prices of past
five years on November 1 and are
only about 1 cent, below tops for 1913.
Lard stocks may be termed liberal
but this is questionable. Pork and
ribs in Chicago are present only in
moderate amounts. The hog move
ment is now due to increase as No-
Yellowstone Park . 50
Flood. High. Chng.
SL Paul 14 2 4
Red Wing 14 3.1
Reed's Landing ... 12 3.5
.00 1 La Crosse ...12 3.2
.00 'Lansing IS 3 9
.00 ( Prairie du Chien
.00 ' Dubuque
.00 'Le Claire 10 . 1.9
.00 J Rock Island 15 3.7
00 RIVER FORECAST.
.o important cnange in tue Missis-
.lu sippi win occur trom below Dubuqoe
.00; to Mascattoe. j
.03 l. M. sulkier. Local Foreister.
vember. and December are the great
fall shipping months.
1913 farm sales ot catt:e and sheep
are singularly enough, just about tie
same as 1912. Sheep prices are a
shade better than one year ago. Cat
tle prices are at a 10 per cent or so
decline but milkers and springers
6how substantial advances.
Southwest farm pres ssays the
southwest, is buying cattle to feed and
there are few sellers. Farm journals
warn specially as to low feeding value
of 1913 feeds. Corn fodder sells
readily $4 to $10 per acre.
Our meat supply, even with helpful
Canadian imports added does not ap
pear anywhere near burdensome.
Provision market more than at any
time this year swings on the daily
hog arrival statistics and the 'situ
ation is not weak though price levels
may b's liberal.
United States 1913 exports of pork,
lard, ribs and beef are about equal to
1912. There is no feature in Way of
a decrease. Our cattle exports have
however almost ceased. The Novem
ber packing season opens with aggre
gate Chicago cellar supplies at a
Palpably . a heavy November hog
movement will be necessary if prod
ucts are to be depressed. Wheat, corn
and oats are at end of November
"levels of recovery." They should be
bought when weak. Securities may
eventually sell lower.
Drift of the Weather.
Illinois Fair tonight and Sunday;
slowly rising temperature.
Iowa Fair todnight and Sunday;
Missouri Generally fair tonight
and Sunday; rising temperature.
Wisconsni Fair tonight and Sun
day; 6lowly rising temperature.
Minnesota Generally fair tonight
and Sunday; warmer tonight and in
North Dakota Generally fair to
night, and Sunday; warmer tonight.
South Dakota Fair tonight and
Sunday; warmer tonight and in east
Nebraska Generally fair Sunday;
warmer tonight and in east Sunday.
Kansas Unsettled tonight and Sun
day; warmer tonight.
Montana Fair in east; probably
snow in west, tonight and Sunday cold
er. Wyoming Generally fair; colder In
R. I. DESERVED TO
The following comment on last Sat
urday's game at Island City park is
taken from the Thursday issue of the
Bureau County Republican:
The Princeton township high school'
lost Saturday afternon to Rock Island
20 to 6 in a fiercely contested gridiron
battle staged in the Island city. In
the early stages Princeton played Rock
Island off their feet, but in the second
and third quarter the speed of the
down-staters netted three touchdowns,
which were all made on long end runs.
Beyer crossed the goal line of the
home guards in the last period of play
for Princeton's only score. A 30 yard
gain by Sutton, who got away on a
forward pass from Beyer, placed the
ball on the 15 yard line and Beyer went
over on the next play on a close end
run. Princeton's line, which had shown
up miserably weak in the Ottawa
game, displayed a surprising reversal
of form against Rock Island. The Rock
Islanders were repulsed time and again
In trying to gain on line bucks and
shifts and in the first and last quar
ters Princeton more than held their
own. Throughout the game Princeton
gained more consistently than Rock
Island, but the Rock Island half backs
broke away three times for gains that
won the victory for their team. Two
of the Rock Island's touchdowns came
in the third. Thulean, Princeton's
right tackle, played a spectacular
game. He was a stonewall on defense
and when Princeton had the ball, he
tore large holes in the opposing line
whenever a play was called on his side.
The Blue and Gray, while feeling keen
ly the defeat, concede that Rock Is
land deserved to win. The game was
fairly played, they say, and they were
given a square deal.
Woman Football Coach.
Cincinnati, Ohio Nov. 1. Cincin
natl has come to the front with some
thing absolutely new a woman foot
ball coach. Mrs. Charles Burckhart
of Price Hill is acting as chief assist
ant to Coach Miller of the Price Hill
eleven. . Mrs. Burckhart is a lover of
outdoor 6ports, but football is her
hobby. She is an athlete, having per
formed on several Vassar teams. Mrs.
Burckhart asked to be allowed to join
the coaching squad and assist in
teaching several plays used by eastern
teams. Permission was granted and
she has been assisting ever since.
Eriwein Signs with Dubs.
Dubuque, Iowa, Nov. 1. Manager
Clarence Rowland of the Dubuque
Three-I league team received the sign'
ed contract of Ernest Eriwein, second
baseman. Erleweln ia the first Du
buque player to sign for next season
Iowa Eleven Battle to Tie.
Dubuque, Iowa, Nov. 1. St Joseph's
college of Dubuque and Ellsworth col
lege of Iowa Falls yesterday afternoon
battled lor the Haw key e conference
football championship. Neither team
was able to score, the game resulting
in a tie.
Croup is most prevalent during the
dry cold weather of the early winter
months. Parents of young children
0.2 ; should be pref ared for it
All (hit la
AU LUttL 13
0.1 ; needed is a bottle of Chamberlain's
0.1 1 Cough Remedy. Many mothers are
i never w itiout it in their homes and it
I faa never disappointed them. Sold by
all druee-lsts. lAdv.l
ATI the news all the time The
DOCTOR'S CONFESSION MAY DECIDE BABY
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Top, Dr. W. W. Fraser. Mrs. Dorothy
C. Slingsby and the baby in the
ease. Bottom. Lieutenant Slingsby
and Lillian Anderson Certain.
San Francisco, Nov. 1. That the,
confession of Dr. W. W. Fraser, chief
witness of those attacking the legiti
macy of the child said to have beea
born to Mrs. Dorothy CSlingsby, and
heir to a $1,000,000 estate, that he had
received $500 for falsifying the child's
birth certificate, will destroy the case
of the Slingsbys, is the opinion of
many who have followed the case.
The story told by Dr. Fraser and
corroborated by Mrs. Hattie Blain, a
nurse jwho ,'attended Mrs. Slingsby
during her illness here in 1910, is as
Mrs. Slingsby came to San Fran
cisco late in the summer of 1910 from
her tome in Vancouver, B. C. In
September of that year she gave birth
to a stillborn child. She then got in
touch with Dr. Fraser, who in turn
knew of a young girl in Santa Rosa
named Lillian Anderson, who had
given birtn to an illegitimate child.
The Anderson girl wished to dispose j
of her baby and arranged through
Dr. Fraser to sell it for $50. She did
not even know the name of the wo
man to whom the child was sold.
Mrs. ' Blain declared that Mrs.
Slingsby. burned her own babe, con
cealing the whole transaction from
Lieutenant Slingsby, her husband.
Mrs. Blain admits having assisted in
POLICE OF SPAIN
In Andalusia They Are Seen In
All Their Shabby Glory.
He Is pol'.te. is the Spanish police
man. There is a live and let live air
about blm. He possesses neither the
easy and kindly dignity of the police
man of London nor the truculence of
the policeman of New York, but be is
very, very human. And he has the
blessed gift that no other brand of
policeman s.jems to possess of appear
ing to be more than an ordinary person.
True, be is armed. He is an arsenal
moving on legs. But something tells
you that he wouldn't really hurt a fly.
I like tiirn.
Aud here I must say that he is not
to be coufouuded with the guardia
civil. The guardia civil is quite an
other person altogether. He is stern
and austere, and he patrols country
districts anl lonesome mountainous
places. He was used to put down the
bandeleros, those adepts In the art of
swift, forceful borrowing, whose pres
ence did so much to heighten the ro
mance of old sunny Spain. The guardia
civil killed off these gay financial art
ists, but now. even after bis job has
been finished, he still wears a cold,
austere air. He is indeed not to be
confounded with my friend the police
The first time I met the Spanish po
liceman was one night in a certain
town in Andalusia. Truth compels me
to state that I met him in a profes
sional way. I was indulging with
others in a row when he appeared in
force. 1 was gathered in by five of
him. But how polite he was! He put
his pistol to my bead. or. rather, the
Ave of tbeoi put their pistols to my
bead, and made me feel that I would
be doing blm the greatest of favors by
coming with him to the police station.
The whole affair was courtliness it
self. To be arrested in such a manner
m caw pa? fur aervlcra wlwa
Rupture low down and hard to hold.
inr.-se louowiug operation!, navel rup
turea In fleshy worani. and all bad
cases guaranteed relief or no charges.
No failures; relief for all aufterert.
You pay for results only.
Jf kalfe, no injection or detention
Sl,OOQ t mmr pfcyalriaa wka raw irtrt
that a rgiral apr ratio u the omlf
rare for ruptare.
If you prefer to wear a trua and
want eolld comfort, wear the king; truss
of the world.
It boat lea; strap, elastic baads r
steel sariaaja! KBaraoleed to hold alter
' "" iii'ias at ine inner ring
1 arifh one-half the nreaiir rxf nitip.
trusses. Make me prove it. Endorsed
If you cannot call, write for cata
logue and future dates to II West
Thirty-fourth afreet. New York City.
DR. M. II. DROWN, M.D.
Kext VIMt la Rex-k lalaaxt. Harper
Haaae, Tksrxla;, Sat. . ft
w- as. ( 4 p. as.
f' ' "It 4 trl A
Dr. i i.ser confesses that he re-
ceived $500 to make a faUe birth
certificate, setting forth that the sub
stituted child was the legitimate
ch1Id 01 M. Slingsby.
The present Investigation is being
made by the British vice consul here,
and upon his decision will rest the
disposition of a $1,000,000 estate in
England. Lieutenant. Sliigsby him
self has been here and testified that
he believes the child to be his. It is
said the baby resembles Mrs. Slingsby.
Two yeari, ago Lieutenant and Mrs.
Slingsby were preseriT at an investi
was to have n privilege conferred upon
one. At the police station I was again
treated with politeness nud lu the end
with a locked door.
The Spanish policeman is not too
well paid. He sports not an ambas
sadorial salary. All he gets is 2 pe
setas a lny. Fie is therefore ame
nable to the friendly and considerate
tip. This. I must hasten to say, how
ever, makes him none the less a
worthy and effective guardian of law
He is shabby of uniform. But that
Is not bis fault. It is the fault of a
frugal government. In uppcurnnce ho
looks something like nn English post
man and an Impoverished Spanish
officer. But there Is artistry about his
shabblness. He fits Into the picture.
Very often, especially In And:ilusin.
be is old and rather infirm. Oue Is
often sorry for him as he humps along
with bis sword trundling behind him.
But be has the wisdom -that goes with
age. If be xees a row-he looks at it
with bis blind eye and allows it to
simmer down a very good thing with
If you ask a Spanish policeman a
question be Is politeness Itself. But
bis answer tvIII be wrong. He Is a
mine of misleading Information. He
doesn't know. Indeed, what he doesn't
know about the names of streets and
the way to get to them and thins
generally would fill an encyclopedia.
If you want to know anything you
must not ask a Spanish policeman.
Respect him, for be is of the best, but
don't ask him questions.
In the nighttime be sometimes car
ries a lance. He is then called a
sereno, presumably because he brings
serenity upon troubled waters. He
looks very picturesque on n clear, star
tit night and makes one think of the
times of old the times one reads about
in historical romances. But he is al
ways harmless, always peaceful and
ready for a friendly gossip. He is
really a sereno a aerene person. His
lance Is merely there to round off his
artistic and romantic appearance. And
It is not a sharp lance. 1 know, for
I have often felt the eise of it when
the seteno courteously banded ft to me
for Inspection. But it looks artistic
when seen In the distance on a star
The policeman of Catalonia Is some
what different from the policeman of
Audalnsla. He Is alert, pushful snd
Interfering. He is apt to want to know
who you are and what you are and
what your business may be. Rut Cats
lor.ia is not Spain. It is a pi. ice where
the people rush about doing all man
nr-r 'of thing. They like w.irk. aud.
what is worse, tbey I'ke other people
to work. And their policemen take
No. the Cttalonian policeman cannot
truly be called a Spanish policeman.
If yon waut to see the true Spanish
policeman you must go down to Anda
lusia. I And you will like him. You will feel
i for blm the friendliest regard. Von
wui see mm amDling casually along
wltn stooped shoulders snd truhd lnj
sword.. .And shonkl you bave to tiuko
his acquaintance In a professional way
you will find that be will deal with
you mi en easy end kindly father
would deal with you. If he arrests jot,
he wlil arrest yon In n way that won't
injure your feelings. I can recommend
hl;u Part Kennedy In London !?
gation into the case made by the Cal
ifornia t,tate board of health. At that
time Mrs. Slingsby testified that the
child was her cwn. This may open
the way for an indictment for per
jury against her.
The testimony of the girl who is
said to have given birth to the baby
now claimed by the Slingsbys has not
been secured. A year ago she mar
ried Fred Certain, a navy man. In this
city. They later established a home
in Marion, Ind., and later still left
that city for parts unknown.
Detroit Tabulated returns show
three persons killed and 13 Injured in
hunting accidents in upper Michigan.
Ume back conies on suddenly and
is extremely painful. It Is caused by
rheumatism of the muscles. Quick re
lief is afforded by applying Chamber
lain's Liniment. Sold by all drugglBts.
State of Illinois. Hock Island Coun
IMihlhr noliro Is hereby given that at
a Hp-rit im-i-liiig of Uit Htockholdera
f I ho Kmk lil.iml KxpOHitlun com
pany, a curporution oranlzfd and ex
ist lux uiiUcr ami ly virtue of thtt lawn
of the state ol Illinois, ami hc-lil at th)
assembly room uf the Ktx-k Island club.
No. Nlm-li-i'iit Ii Ntroi-t, In the cltv
of rtfn-k Inland, county of Rock Island,
and tute of Illinois, on the xt-cond day
of June, A. 1. 1113, at the hour of 7:3u
o'clock In the evening of said day, at
which nicetliisr Btockholdfrs represent
ing at least two-thirds of the whole
capital stock of said corporation were
present, the following resolution was
unanimously Hdopted by- said stock
holders, all the vutes represented (belng
at least two-lhlrds of the whole stock
of said cc-rporation being cast In fa
vor of said resolution:
Whereas. The stockholders of the
Rock Island Exposition company, an
Illinois cc.-rporation, desire to abandon
the corporate enterprise, surrender the
charter, franchises and corporate name,
and dissolve the said corporation: and.
Whereas. The said Hock Island re
position ermpany has ceased to do bsu
iness, and all corporate debts have, been
fully paid and corporate liability dis
charged. a)l, the corporate assets and
property distributed among all persons
Now. therefore, be It resolved. That
the corporate enterprise, charter, fran
chises and corporate name of the com
pany be surrendered and that sttid cor
poration be dissolved: and.
He it further resolved, That the sec
retary be, and he is hereby authorized
and directed to attest, as secretary, the
record of the proceedings of this meet
ing; and affix the seal of the corporation
Be It further resolved. That the pres
ident of said Hock Islauu Exposition
company is hereby authorized 1" cause
a complete record of all proccedlnKS in
thii respect to be verified bv his sworn
affidavit and attested by the xeal of said
corporation under his slK'iature. ami
the cTporat seal to be affixed, to be
hied for record in the office of the re.
corder of deeds of Itock Island county,
in the state of Illinois. It hcinjf the
county wherein the principal office ut
said corporation is located.
'.! it further resolved. That the preg.
Merit cause a notice of said dissolution
to be DUbllshed fn- three successive
i weeks in Tim icock Island Aru. a
."newspaper published In tun city of Hoc It
island. In said county and state aforr-
said, and within three months from this
date cause said reeoid aforesaid, bear-
J ins: thereon the certificate of recording;
cxecutea oy ine recoraer oi aeeas or
said Rock Island county, to be hied In
the office of the secretary of stata.
That the record of said proceeding,
siKned by the president of the corpora
tion, verified by his affidavit ana at
tested by the seeretary of said corpora
tion, under his corporate aeal. has been
dulv recorded, as required bv law.
Dated this 27th day of October, a:
RfX:K ISLAND EXPOSITION CO,
f8eal By William M. Reck, Proa.
By K. M. Fcarce, Kecretary.
Summer Cottages, Tool Houses,
J. C. STEVENS
1810 THIRD AVENUE
Phone West 178
See sample at corner of Nine
teenth street and Third avenue.