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TIIK ROCK ISLAXD ARGUS. SATURDAY. MAY 23. 10U.
TODAY'S MARKET QUOTATIONS
Local and Forcian
Chicago and New Yerk markets fur
nished ly K. W. Wagner k Co.. men.-
bera CMcago Ucard of Trade; grain,
provisions. LtocJvs and cctton; private
Nine O'clock Market
Hops weak to 6c lower.
$S.20fi S.f.H; good. fS.30&S.47;
$S.10Gi S.20; light. $?.25&8.50;
wires to all Caaricl centers. Corre-1 $7.00i S.10; bulk. $S.33f S.45.
pendents on '.he New York Stock and
Cotton Exchanges. Tri-CIty otEca in
ealte 30?. Best bulldlrg. Phcne Rock
P. J. McCORMXK. Mssascr.
Wheat Open. Hicfc. Low.
May 97 S. 9S W
July 7a,4 f77 s;
Sep S6 S") Mi
May 69S, 70 69
July 6SS ;ti,T! 'S12
Sop 6t',u. 66' CO1,
May 41S, 41' 40
July 39 M ".'"
Sep CS:2 oS!2 3S
July 20.10 20.10 20.05
July 10 00-B10.00 10.00
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19 SO N
Chicago Cash Grain.
WTirat No. 2 r. !'7ri Tt :r : No. ?. r.
WTi No. 2 h. fT7. '''.''a : No.
h. Wn'tii': n"o. 1 n. :i77f fif' ;
No. 2 ns. :';Tf: 9'- : No. s. ::,,ii
97: No. 4 ns. !i4Tr7: No. 2 6. 'J'''t
lS',m ; No. 2 s. iri I'7' : No. 4 s, 'J I
i?0: No. 1 vc. !7,i '" : No. 2 vc.
S79S: No. 3 vc. WfilZ; No. 1 durum.
93?94; No. 2 durum, &2S3: No. 3
Corn No. 2. 7l-fj'2: No. 2 y. 72
i5j72'4: No. 3. 71i72': No. 3 w. 71
71: No. 3 y. 71 'i i 71 "4. No. 4. 7";
No. 4 w. 70'.?; Tl; No. 4 y. ."5 ,i
Estimated: Hoks Monday 3fi.00.
Next week 120.000. Cattle 21.000.
Cattle steady. Beeves. $7.30?i 9.30:
cows. J3.75fi 8.40; stockers. $6.75?;
S.60; Texans. $7.2508.50; calves. $8.50
Sheep steady. $4.50 6.25.
Hers slow at early prices: weak to
5c lower than yt-snrday's average.
M!xeu S.2ii V5u. good S.Sofj S. 17, rough
S.K"f;V2t. light 8.25 S.5'.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep.
Kansas City 1.000 100 3.000
Omaha ...7.S0O 900 None
New York Central 93i
Missouri Pacific 17
Great Northern 124 M
Northern Pacific 110va
Louisville & Nashville 137
Colorado Fuel & Iron 28
Canadian Pacific 194
Illinois Central 111V4
Chesapeake & Ohio 52-
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 92
Baltimore & Ohio 92.
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MARKET SQUARE SALES.
2 loads of corn at 75c to S"c
4 loads of oats at 42c to 45c
2 loads of timothy hay at... $11 to $1'.
1 load of baled hay at $15
May 23. Following are the whole
sale quotav-lcr-s on me local market
Butter, Egja ar.d Cheese.
Kegs, per dozen 20c
Uutter, dairy, pound 25c
j Butter, creamery, pound 27'c
t)jlter. rack!r stock, pound x6s
Parsleys, dozc-n bunches.. 30c
Ctc ambers, hot ucusfc lUc&lZltc
Lettuce, pound 12? 2 c
rotat es, bu.-tci .......--7Sc
42; No. 3 w. ioTi I Cabbage, pound, new
No. 4. 40i4',2; s-antiard. 41.
Wheat eloped 3 off.
Corn closed a to 'i up.
Corn . .
. . ics
To- Last Last
Csy. week, year
. C-' 96 174
. 47 6S 44
1SS 275 361
Chicago Estimates Monday.
Wheat today 511, 000 S42.000
Year aro 4SP.O00 531.000
Corn today 50J.OP0 35S.O0O
Year ago ."72'00 506.000
Texas onions, ound
Green onions, dozen tmnvhs
IthuLarb, ocn Lunci:es,. . . .
Asparagus, per pcuad
Carrots, (iczta tuuc'ues. .. .
Turnipp. dozen Lur.ros ....
lieet-i. djen bunclieo
LliK kens -
Yellow Pike 12c
New York. May 23. Clearing house
members average: Loans, decrease
$13.571,0n: specie. Increase $3,C1!,
(Hiii; legals. increase $1,795,000; depos
its, decrease $4,160,000; reserve, in
crease $7,479,500. Actual loans, de
crease $22,015,000; Bpecie, Increase,
$7,410,000; legale, decrease $1,598,000;
deposits, decrease $19,713,000; reserve,
smallest In 12 years. An excellent rea
son for the corn and provision
strength. The Armour Grain company
is credited with further selling of
wheat Every scrap of Friday's crop
news suggested a limited fly area with
a drop of six to seven points for the
month. No serious news arrived from
Kansas and Nebraska. The east awaits
the June run of corn. Export wheat
demand has had a seven day rest. Lo
cals anticipate a rally. In wheat today
or Monday. Wheat visible should de
crease one to two million and the corn
visible a million or more.
For the month of May the Argentine
shipments are about 45 per cent of the
corn formerly expected and If she
falls as a shipper in June, our corn
will sell vey high. Our reports of this
morning follow: Central Missouri re
ports 50 per cent fly damage In Cooper,
Howard and Boone counties. Some
loss in wheat condition. Lamed, Kan.,
reports oats 25 per cent and wheat 95.
No rain of consequence was reported
in big grain states to 7 p. m. Friday.
Weekly Grain Vivisection.
Chicago, May 23. Week ends with
wheat market quivering with its first
crop scare. Winter wheat condition
probably reduced to SS or S9 per cent.
Plenty of dry spots. Canadian and
Drift of the Weather.
Illinois Fair in south; mostly
slotidy in north tonight and Sunday;
possibly showers northwest tonight.
Missouri and Kansas Generally fair
tonight and Sunday; continued warm.
Wisconsin Unsettled tonight and
Sunday; probably showers; warmer In
Minnesota Unsettled tonight and
Sunday; probably showers and warm'
er in south and west tonight.
Iowa Unsettled tonight and Sun
day; probably showers and warmer
Nebraska Unsettled tonight and
Sunday; probably showers.
North and South Dakota Unsettled
tonight and Sunday; probably showers
and warmer tonight.
Regular meeting; held May 4th,
City council chamber. Rock Island,
Illinois. May 4th, 1914. The city coun
cil met in regular session at 3 o'clock
p. m.. Mayor Schriver and all com
The minutes of the regular meet
ing held April 20th and April 27th.
were read and approved.
Commissioner Rudgren read a com
munication from Attorney J. K. Scott
accompanied by a bill from Mrs. Anna
D. Harding for acting as small pox
nurse, which on his motion was re
ferred to Commissioner Hart to re
port by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Rudgren read his es
timate of the receipts and disburse
ments for the fiscal year 1914. which
on his motion was ordered received
and placed on file.
Commissioner Rudgren offerea a
resolution that the following claims
be allowed, to-wit. Superior Chemi
cal company, $352.44; Trefz Express
line. $23.00. Carried by unanimous
Commissioner Rudgren submitted
ih fniioto-inir weekly nay roll for
Archie Hart 166.t
Jonas Bear 166.68
James F. Witter
Oscar L. Johnson
Ina D- Ston
Oscar O. Llitt
Mrs. L. Dumbauld 5000
C. L. Pitcher
I linrlhl.ro- 37.50
n-ook onriinir Mav 2nd. 1914. -which on
spring wheat crops making fair start. . his TOoUon was allowed by unanimous
. .C0e i
llu oil monopoly if parliament sanctions
New York. May 23. The British ad
miralty will obtain control of Persian
Chicago Live Stock
New York Stock
Hogs 12.000. Left over 2.312. Steady.
Mixed. $.2.VfS.57: pood. ?S.r,0fj S.55:
rough. $s.l0fiS.:.r.: light.
Cattle 200. Steady.
Sheep 2.000. Strong.
$S 30 Ti S.J. 7.
New York May 23. Following are
the closing quotations on tne stojl:
Union Pacific 157"
U. S. Si il prefer: ei 110
U. S. Stetl roninicn ',3',
Rock Island preferred 4
P.cck Island common 3
Chicaro & Nor hwestern 130i
Southern Pacific 93si
government's subscription of $110,000,-
I n..i t.f I . 1
.. 14c! Spearson and Son searching out oil
Ipo-FiliMities In North Africa.
4cS7 : White Star line profits in 1913 were
Hoard or managers or conee ex
change appointed committee to go into
dc-tails of admitting sugar futures to
Failures this week 296 against 297
Steel men predict early trade boom.
Ford Motor company will fight In
English high court to establish mini
mum price at which Its cars may be
Morning Grain Letter.
Chicago. May 23. Wheat is once
more deemed a bulge sale. Oats are
considered a purchase until really good
reins arrive la middle west.
Chicago corn cupplies are nearing
the 2.000.000 mark and guesses are
that June receipts will be small. Chi
cago receipts of most farm stuffs for
May are exceedingly 'small.
Receipts of hogs and cattle will be
lightest in 28 years. Corn receipts are
Daily United States Weather Map
United States total June 1 crop prom
lse may be 825,000.000 to 850,000,000.
United States 1913 wheat crop over
estimated 30,000,000 and European
1913 wheat crops palpably over-estimated.
Wheat market now digesting im
mense sales by leaders. Former low
points should not be exceeded. Ral
lies due. Market usually sags June 1
to 10. Foster says June will not be a
favorable crop month. Dry spells.
Over-estimating of the 1913 world yield
suggests that the fancy estimates on
our 1914 winter yield are "dreams, just
Europe running on low wheat sup
plies. United Sta'es wheat visible
drifting to the 20,000,000. After Aug.
15 Europe will depend solely on Can
ada, the United States and Russia for
wheat. Smaller exporters have light
supplies. Seventy-five per tent wheat
impossible. If trend is lower 85c level
promises to hold well through June.
Corn probably a slight sale against
the after planting run, but is a pur
chase June 1 as discounting of the
June receipts should be completed. We
anticipate old corn scarcity and do not
care to be aggressive sellers of July
or December corn. The denuded
world's market places point to buying
cf corn on attractive declines.
September oats may return to their'
old bargain spot of 37 cents, but should
meet enhanced investment absorption
and ultimately sell to new highs. Our
oats crop circular should again be read
carefully. September oats are down to
an average economic buying level and
should be acquired.
Visible supplies of wheat, corn and
oats are down to the anxious stage.
The world may be contemptuous as to
a future large wheat supply, but on Its
small store of wheat June 1 there is
nothing bearish in wheat at current
prices. The new cotton crop months
should be bought when weak.
Chicago prevision supplies are not
increasing seriously and there are no
supplies of consequence elsewhere.
The month of May has proved a fail
ure to the careless estimators of a
large summer hog run. Present pro
vision levels promise to last through
June. Ribs find most favcr.
Emil Frank $14.70
Joe Lothringer 12.60
At Kuerten 10.50
M. A. Talbott H
B. Kaskadden 10.19
Geo. Simmers 12.60
C. Minners ..
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
zj99 WEATHER BUREAU.
w -ir- t
I f 1-1 .1 . I I r.r - I X S ft ' J U.
'Unsettled tonight and 300 x-'JLllV''3" N ev?.
I Sunday, probably show- 0 j My zs.)3;-
ers. . "?.&oJ 7 A.M.
f rt!'M tn lilt n
4 I of
BXPLAN A. TO WV CO-TE.
"ith t3r1.1la Utr... Air PfMsmn mtnrMl la wi Irtrl. 1nhin l..,!.,,.... i
of ;al ir prwiure. IoUer3i louod linwl pus ifcrouga puiau of mu1 leapvratur: dravn ooly ur ero. titeilag. indiiw?
VI cir; pmruy ciottt; j iKmnj; j ntu: inpon miMici. aitowi llj lib the wind. Imn-,,,-
trictC7 psat 12 toan; srencd. prrtp!UUon cf .01 lorb or more for put SI hom: third, maximum wind .locltr
Jury Holds Rich Farmer.
Quincy. 111., May 23. Indictment for
perjury on two counts was returned
yesterday by the grand jury against
Heary J. Geisel, a wealthy farmer, for
' alleged false statements in the mur
der trial of Ray Pfanschmidt, who was
sentenced to death last summer for
the murder of his parents, sister and
a school teacher.
vicinity tonight and Sunday, probably
w l:h Miowers.
Liht rains cn the coasts of Wash
layton, Oregon and northern Califur-
tia and showers and thunderstorms
ca the fa-itsm Rocky nvurta'n slope . Huston
and In the mid.lle and upper Missouri ' Uaffalu
r;IJey hare ruited from tlie western ' Havt-epcrt ..
area of low pressure which ovtrlies Ix-nvt-r
the Rocky mountain plateau. High : Jacksonville
pressures and irtcerally fair weather ( Kansas City
prevail from the lake region sout'i-, New Orleans
ward to the Kulf sections, thoueh ; New York . .
(bowers In the upper Ohio valley, tiie j Norfolk
lower lake region and the St. Law-' Phoenix
recce valley hare been caused during J Ft. Louis
the past 24 hours by rho northeasti-rn I St. Paul
low which la disappearing beyond N"w':an Diego ...
England. O-Alng to the approach ol San Francisco
the Rocky mountain etonn center, un- Seattle
settled weather is Indicated for this Washington ..
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. . 84
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, . 82
An armchair supposed to have been
made by Peter the Great from the
timbers of a wreck, while he was a
guest of John Evelyn, was recently
sold in London.
Estate of Katharlna Oltn-.ann. de
ceased. The undersigned having been ap
pointed administrator of ih- (state of
Kalliarina Oltniaiin. late t the countv
t Hock Inland, mate of Illinois, de--a--ed.
hereby drives notice that lie will
appear bc-fore the Hon. Benjamin B-1L
jndKe of the probate court of Koc-k Is
land county, nt the probate court room
In the city of Hock Island, at the July
term, on the nrst Monday in Julv next,
at which time all pcro-ns havlnKclainia
against naid estate are notified and re
qu.dtfd to attend for tlie purpo.e of
hnvinir the ame adjusted. All persons
Indebted to nald estate are reiueat-d
to make Immediate payment to the un
drsljcned. Kalcd 30th day of April. A. D 19M
ALBERT OLTJIAXN. "
Jarkyon. Hunt & Stafford, attorneys.
H. South 12.60
A Dnnnwav 12.60
F. Gest 12.60
H. Utke 12.60
J. Hetter 12.60
A. Grypp 12-60
J. Ehlers. team 23.20
G. Schabb. team 25.20
F. Thorp, team 25.20
F. Smith, team 25.20
Al Hingston. team 25.20
G. Schmidt, team 23.20
H. Roggenkamp, team 23.20
R. Wood, team 25.20
H. Schmacht. team 12.10
C. Schmacht, team 25.20
D. Ziffern. team 25.20
W. McCarthy, team 25.20
J. Schlicker. team 25.20
J. Lannon. team 25.20
J. Wilhouse. team 2o.20
T. Dougherty, team, 2o.20
P. Peterson, team 23.20
J. Benson, team 23.20
G. Moeller, team 21.00
H. Siefkin. team. 8.40
C. Peterson, team 25.20
C. Evans, team, 25.20
S. Daxon, team, 23.20
G. Brandle, team 25.20
J. Evans, team 25.20
J. Marrs. team 25.20
J. V. Smith, team 23.10
M. Voss. team, 25.20
J. Brogen, team 25.20
F. Lynch, team .' 23.10
E. B. McKown, team 23.20
F. Liedtke 16.80
P. . Iverson 12.60
C. Allen 12.60
B. Fee 12.60
E. Connert 12.60
W. Browney 12.60
L. LaGrange, 12.60
D. Park 12.60
V. Engle 12.60
C. Kaloff 12.60
D. Price 11.55
G. Benwood 10.50
C. Horpe 12.60
J. W'ood. Jr. 12.60
B. Schmidt 12.60
V. Breitmeyer 12.60
J. Siebrandt, 12 60
A. Foster 12.10
J. Meyers 12.60
M. Klaus 12 60
D. Swartwood 12.60
11 Rlnnmmist .
I TV rVVnil
Joe Frankhoeuser . . .
Dennis McCarthy . . .
David Fitzgerald . . .
Charles Ginnane ....
E. P. Kell
Fred Gruby '
John Holzhammer . .
Mrs. M. Schroeder . .
G. G. Craig
C. A. Fuller
J. H. Stapp
R. W. Sharp 100.00
W. H. Wise
H. Morgan ,
Ed Caulfield .
A. J. Simmers . . ,
H. H .Harr:s
Thomas McLean .
Salary account $1,087.47
Fire Dept., account
City Hall account . . .
Bldg. & Elect Insp
DAILY RIVER BULLETIN.
Flood stage Hgt. Chge.
.00 St. Paul . . .
.00 Red Wing
.00 Reed's La&ding .
.02 La Cronfe
.00 Prairie du Chien
Lo Claire .
4.7 0 2
6.8 0.1 I
6.7 0.3 j
6.6 0.4 i
jy?! of "'tools. Rock Island Coun-
. ,..fhe c,rc" Court. In Chancery.
Foreclosure. Ueneral No. 7u77.
William A. 0.en, Ullie oi.cn. Urace m!
S'!!"uJ.-.ll"rold-J.w- ten. Lydia Ann eju
-"- mwib ouon. the People's
Savin. Bank & Trust company, ad
ministrator. Cum TeHUvmenta Annexo
of the Lstate of Mary vilweii. deceased!
and the people's Savinxs Bank Tmu
company, guardian or Harold W olsen
L.ydia Ann Olsen and fclliner Kduln Ol
sen. minor heir .f i.ii.n 4 . .1 .
00 I ilary Olsen. both deceased; def rndnnts
notice la Hereby given ::iat by virtue
o. a decree of sai l court, entered In the
above entitled cau.ie. on tc tenth 10thl
Hy April. A. D. 1,14. I shall, on
n hursday the eo.'cnt.. 7th) day of
May. A. D. 1914. at trte hour of 10 IS
0 clock in the forenoon, at the east doc-r
- .vuit uouse in tn cny of ftock
Island In said couniv or Hock Island
to satisfy said decree, sell at public
vendue to the highest bidder for cah
In hand, the certain parcel of land sit
uate in the county of Ro-5: Isulnd' and
state of Illinois, known and described
as follows, to-wit: It number one 1 1
in l,l.-k number one ( 1 . in Howard's
E. Rosene, . . ,
J. Thompson, .
W. Young. . . .
S. Nelson. . .
J. Wilhite, ...
D. Wit ten
J. Buckloo, . . .
K iX'S'oover. .
H. Hen:k, . . .
G. Anderson, . .
J. Hedges, . . .
P. Ix)ge, '
P. Heverling, .
C. ClaiiKsen. . . .
T. Manuel. . . .
Selhost. . . .
Doering, . . .
Sc'iiniacl t. .
Total, General .und, $3,138.13
Waterworks expense account. 4-J6.00
Reservoir expense account ... 144.00
Total, water works fund
Grand total $3,72S.13
The clerk read a petition from prop
erty owners residing on Ninth ave
nue between Twenty-seventh and
Thirtieth streets asking that a side
walk be laid or. both sides of Ninth
avenue between Twenty-Seventh and
Thirtieth streets, which petition on
motion of Commissioner Reynolds was
referred to the board or local im
provements, by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Hart read reports for
the month of April from the plumbing
inspector, building and electrical in
spector, chier of police, police ma
tron and police magistrate, which on
his motion were ordered received and
placed on file.
Commissioner Hart read an ordin
ance entitled "An Ordinance for the
regulation of tralilc on Seventh ave
nue between Thirtieth an.i Forty
sixth streets," -which on his motion
was cousidered by unaninioi.s vote.
Commissioner Hart offered a reso
lution that the city clerk be authoriz
ed to advertise for bids for uniforms
for the police and fire- departments,
to be paid for from the appropriations
for the several departments. Carried
by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Hart offered a reso
lution that O. Lorenzen be allowed
$50.00 from the health fund for
ground to bury garbage. Carried by
Commissioner Reynolds offered a
resolution that William McCarthy be
allowed $105.00 in payment for horse
I mimhuao.l f . r- t .1 ......
8Jl i 1 oiicri tit-pal lliicill.
I i ... , .
vuii it-i u.y unanimous vote.
For the next 4S hours: Slowly fail-
.OOjlng stages In the Mississippi will ron
.26 tinud from below Dubuque to Musca
.00 J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
aatlxfy the amount of money herein
before adjudgrd to be due to the com.
pUinunt. with legal Interest thereon
and the costs In this case, and which
nay be sold separately without material
Injury to the parties Interested.
Iiated at Rock fa'and. III., this IStb
day of April. A. . 1X14.
JOSEPH I. HAAS.
Master In Chancery. Hock Island Coun-
Axil Koaler. complainant's solicitor.
Total $1,6 .04
Street and Bridge account ... 1.511.00
Sewer Account 50.40
'ater Works Expense account 77.39
Reservoir Expense account.. 38.85
Commissioner Rudgren submitted
the following list of claims for sal
aries, which on his motion was allow
ed by unanimous vote.
11. M. Scnrlver $208.33
M.-T. Rudgren 166. ;b
Kybt. P. Reynolds i6C 66
Mayor Schriver read a communica
tion from property owners residing on
Twenty-ninth and a half street be
tween Fourteenth and a half avenue
and Sixteenth avenue request that a
light be placed on the corner of Four
teenth and a half avenue and Twenty-ninth
and a half street and at Six
teenth avenue and Twenty-ninth and
a half street: and another asking that
Twenty-ninth and a half street from
Fourteenth and a half avenue to Six
teenth avenue be graded so tha ce
ment sidewalks can be laid, which
on his motion were received and
placed on file.
Mayor Schriver read an ordinance!
entitled "An ordinance relating to
saloons," which on his motion wtg
considered by unanimous vote.
Mayor Schriver offered a resolution
that the ordinance providing for th
paving, etc., of Thirty-first street from
Fifth to Sixth avenue and Sixth ave.
nue from Thirty-first street to Thirty-fourth
street, be adopted. Carried
by unanimous rote.
Mayor Schriver offered a resolu
tion that H. M. Schriver be allow
ed $3.30 account of repairs to tire on
mayor's machine for damage done by
the police In running same. Carried
by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Rudgren offered a res
olution that the mayor advertise for
bids for auditing accounts of all city
officials who received or disburse city
money. Carried by unanimous vote.
Commissioner Rudgren offered a
resolution that the following persons
be granted saloon licenses at the
numbers opposite their names for the
period from May 4th. 1914 to Novem
ber 3rd, 1914, upon payment of re
quired fee, and that bonds be ap
N. W. Hall. 1726 Third avenue.
Joe Hollebosch, 831 Fifth avenue.
Miles McKinney, 500 Forty-sixth
Otto Berner, 3038 Fifth avenue.
Julius Lambrecht. 2129 Fourth ave
nue. Hector Dhulster. 26! 0 Fifth avenue.
Julius Duyvejouck, 1?6 Twentieth
Julius Ver Couter, 2324 Fifth are
nue. Alois Van Acker, 1701 Fourth ave
Joseph Huber, 3166 Fifth avenue.
C. H. Clifford, 117 Eighteenth
Mrs. L. Schroeder, 630 Twelfth
Fred Bennett, 1307 Second avenue.
John A. Erbrocker, 231 Twentieth
August Geiger, 2100 Fourth ave
nue. Henry Kale, 700 Second avenue.
George Schafer, 1601 Second ave
nue. P. H. Schwab, 1530 Fourth avenue.
John Edgar, 2730 Fifth avenue. .
A. Claerhout, 1521 Second avenue.
F. Lahousse, 4018 Fourteenth ave
nue. Arthur Van Nevel, 2328 Fourth ave
nue, Phillip Sommer, 1001 Third ave
nue. Emil F. S.chieberl, 701 Thirtieth
Leo and Mathilda DeSmet 2223
Ambros Schiyvens, 2130 Fourth
Henry Fluegel, 300 Twenty-first
Otto Patting. 1522 Third avenue.
Emil Van Den Hende, 2211 Third
Charles Cools, 301 Seventh ave
Gust J. Stengel, 1816 Second ave
S. McMahon, 123 Eighteenth street
H. C. Luchmann. 217 Seventeenth
Timothy L. Collins, 119 Nineteenth
Mrs. Lillian Colvin, 431 Twelfth
Fritz Luchmann, 3722 Fourteenth
F. B. McCullom, 2101 Third ave
nue. Ivo DeKeyser, 330 Seventeenth
Valentine Delsenroth, 1501 Fourth
Henry Dressen, 725 Twelfth street.
August F. Sehnert, 100 Twentieth
Alfons & Cyreil DeWitte, 400 Ninth
Gus Rogtke, 1928 Third avenue.
A. B. Groesbeck, 1815 Second ave
nue. Emil Cabooter, 1200 Seventh ave
nue. F. Musfeldt, 1806 Second avenue.
W. H. Healy. 230 Twenty-first street
Emil Van Kerrebrock. 4101 Four
Mack Glynn, 115 Eighteenth street
J. G. Swanson, 1700 Fourth ave
nue, Thomas Sinicox, 1616 Second ave
Albert Hartung, 2600 Fifth ave
Bernard Pelatt, 740 Ninth street.
Henry Heyman, 401 Seventh ave
nue. August C. Hanson, 4533 Fifth ave
nue. Harry Meanor, 1929 Second ave
nue. John W. Schwack, 2536 Fifth ave
nue. Peter Benson, 1630 Third avenue.
Peter DeKuyper, 2201 Third ave-,
Ben Johnson, 2330 Third avenue.
C. C. Kroeger. 401 Fourth ave
nue. Ben Harris. 317 Seventeenth street.
August DeGuytenaeur and Cyreil
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Emil Yotts. 141S Seventh avenue.
Henry Gelsler, 1500 Second ave
Peter Lippons. 430 Eighth street.
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James Galloway, 1924 First avenue.
C. W. Krueger, 329 Fourth ave
nue. Dan Flynn. 207 Seventeenth street.
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ton, 11: Eighteenth rtreet.
Joe Bussche. 308 Twenty-second
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