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' Bot.g OP - , BY Gi - Wall Stz Heavy sel featured 1 Not only t .t, the under' ,T-Wire in su gage 4s, 114 the systes - - a loss of convertibil I ';4-the 43 of 1 suffere this Benin 'tl,"'nor was (.1 '1 in the !ley ..).1 was beliel - fr'the taldng Purposes. :t4 Bonds o ' 'and the i -v--also were !,)-, board Air ' The St. L fustments incomes st lien 48 all High gr fairly actl , were New 'lington 58 , on the Mt A , ern conve point. one of th 'bonds wet , ....Northern ,,..ible Bs all Chi ;:, , Chicago receipts, States ,sh 1, 'cousin, se , ' Whites., ' ' sacked an 750)85o c ) Dakota, a ' 75t,85c c sets, No. F cwt.. , All Athe 1,rgus. --- . "CA Bond,Market GEOWNI T. Kunnas (copyright. 19121 , BY GEORGE T. 111.'GRES. I Wall Street, New York, Dec. 6.-1 Heavy selling of St. Paul issues' ' featured the bond market today.1 Not only the more speculative Ll.t the underlying bonds of this road Wire in supply. The general mort gage Ois, uecured by first lien on 114 the system except the Puget Sound ,,- ,extension were pressed for sale at - a loss of a point. and a half. The ,,-,,, convertible 5s, the convertible 45, 43 of 1925 and the debenture 4s -vo all suffered losses. The source of this selling could not be learned 1 kr nor was there any reason aPParent the news. In some quarters it 1 ,4.1 was believed that the process was frthe taldng of losses for income tax Durposes. t Bonds of both the Seaboard Linel 'and the St Louts San Francisco, --;' also were weak and lower. Sea : board Air ,Line 6s dropped to 60.1 The St. Louis, San Francisco ad - justments went below 74 and the incomes sold down to 60. Erie prior lien 48 also lost fractionally. High grade railroad bonds were ' fairly active and firm. Examples , ' were New York Central 5s. Bur ' lington bs and Northern Pacific 68. On the other hand Norfolk & West ' ern convertible 6s, however, lost a point. Kansas City Terminal 4s, one of the best of the terminal 'bonds went up half a point- Great ::;:,Northern 517is and C. & O. convert ,. ible 53 also made gains. Chicago Potatoes. Chicago, Dec. 0.Potatoes, dull; receipts, 65 cars; total United ,,, States shipments. 558 cars; Vtris . cousin, sacked and bulk, Round Whites, 75(1485c cwt.: Minesota, sacked and bulk, Round Whites, 750)85c cwt; Minnesota and North pakota, sacked, Red River Ohios, 750)85c cwt.; Idaho, sacked, Rus gets, No. 1 unbranded. 1.30Et1.40 cwt, All ,the sews all the timeThe -frgut "CAP" STUBS'. . , t . . '',.1 MOM 5AVS. I CAN'T . . NEVER 'PLAY WITH i . WILIIS NO MORE,. ER . EVEK GO YEA YO 11 MIS H005E A-AGAIN .. r MOM 5AVS I C"N'T NEVER 'PLAY WITH NoilLilt NO MOREe ER EVEK GO OVER 'To I 1 ti005E A-A&AIN I ,t4111-1,41. "1"1- I 5 it, 'I: lo ) .2zAr. . , V "' I t 1WZ1 - I - R,R,PJ 1 - , II 't INV ..,1E I I ,IreÐA" 1 tW -411-rf I 1 1117t4U ,Imk.di I ' I K "6,11!:111,I-1 I I í 'ML 1 '11U rf. V-W--rN1 I V -----7:1-.Wáe 11 'II I 117 1- 1 7',1 Li I 1 1 I 11 1.7- 1.1 11 V A 11---'11,N11 I I Al ir.-01----kok-)A47 A !---N I J-""""-. II , AtA 3 II 11 -NO - I PT.O.s.7 V,A6. -.-NL.-..Z7-- Z-41110- tga " - . I I t : '.'AP;P'MWEIirt 197A111, , ' Ihaor-,,,dor-mgatic : ;: -.5756' .' - I I I in me meantime. the "pmgres- These credits would be certified, 1 ment -May -6, 1909. -F;o-m---t-ht-t-.ti-me - Ch! lUtiag 131 a-letIVri ItUtIbl. leagO, C. .1 u er, un- 1.1tw CHEVROL.ET .en., k Coe. 1 211 , ' sive" bloc has taken advantage of however, direct to the house of rep- be - had served continuously until - ,. 1 $1.200. Call R. creamery extras, 55; clitsoi Tel, i Vs, DU' i , the lull to get some publicity for resentatives and president and vice his death He had seried as a de- settled; standards. 50; extra firsts, fi4lAt; 4th ve. . . i,r..--- i , ' if THArS A AGENT, sert via ' umAT ARE itself On two proposed constitutbni. preiddent whose names bad receiv- tective si-nce Thomas Cox was ap i .6 V. KNIGHT--? vammill'r staz al am dments which on their fit.n firsts. 459t51; seconds. 410143. ain a 11000. cs't a makrity ot credits, would be pointed chief of the Rock Island I . ,.... raeAfte'rlBEMic!"6.10:1D. 59' PA ok ' , LAuCTI-UNCr Ar I . . . m eton sttike at two nt'''It I I Eggs, Unchanged; 1.40,04510EaDA0v..1,..ta.. iv ' ,, TDoOtrri....u.1 AN i.-01..-'1,,kgsINEruN' 9111.-Tote ST 1)1395 i . I "rti' 1,06R iN -n-tEiFt FAtES-- -,,' ., , ov t ht h i 76-1----ree . e e erted- tut police department in 1919. Detee- case& , .,- g emmen w c t - claimed - 'rho danger o e present indirect tive Guinane reported at roll call ' ' have outlived their usefulness. It system. it is claimed, is the possi- at the station Monday evening at 6 r- has always been the habit of "pro- batty that - the electors - might o'clock and worked through the receipts, 2,682 021; springs, 19; .roosters, 12; , ------- 621; springs. 19; rosters, 12; 1 Tab.14.15sootts roarer Eba. mrv.tili. ESTATE IS DIVIDED.... i ' -.. , : . . I. 4 gressives to seem to be or those change their minds when casting night - , , , 1 .0( ,., '11 things whkh . - . . give the inept.' a votes in an electoral college and , Detective Herman Sebne who , , turkeys, 30; geese, 18. rt ---- . ' A .R ." . '"; X- j- . , rit$t MIL. ' larger share, in their Ownt govern- defeat the wilt ot-the people, giv- was Ginnane's associate in many ., I Silver.- , . San Francisco. Calif., Dec. 6,-. - , a, ,4, j kNui 4 4 merit - - . ' lug ground for serious internation- police investigations, the two work. New York, Dec. ftForeign bar Actresses, bootblacks, walters,;$0, - .,.!: '' ' ' -4;1;50 r -,) . . fit ', The two suggested amendments il disturbance, especially .it , the ing together ttoder orders first of silved, .65; Mexican dollars,'49. boys, , cafe owners, phys.c. et , .,...... ........ t toh , , - ,,,....,......,k '- , , g,ti -.poi , , are of,the let-the-people-rule Teri- election should he a close one: Cox and later of Fitzsimmons, said I ,..,1-'.. 0 f - ety. One would bring int Moe on Just why the amendments should of Ginnane last night: "He was a j , , - the first Of January after a Nevem- come out. of, agricultural commit- capable detective and had done 'judges and society women le ---1 tin re,. Peo ria Iiivestock , everyone who left a t.,..r.. ng 1., mmulkamono - - I r------ ;::::14 ' ,- , . , 0 AlioNG 102 PEOPlib 4 14116 , , ber election the- congress then tees instead of judiciary. commit- some valuable work for the depart- dues Pertria. Ill.. Dec. 6Hog recelPte, Mon on the soul of a man woo elected. SJO only a few weeks would tees ntay puzzle outsiders, but when went. Ghmane wat despondent of 15; . . . , it ' , elapse between the time the people the meiniures were Arst introduced late and several times 1 ask 10 to 15 cents higher;- top, 8.15;- lights, 7.75(611.10; mediums, and courtesywere benefician re . ed tom agno. 7.808.15.; heavies,. 7 RAet2 IR -:-.-...,-..--; I the will of the late Joseph Bisde , , , , , Isi f - fr ,, 4 . exPressed their mandate and the they were looked upon as more or what was troubling him. He did .., , , ''. ,,-.. 004 ' . , - ,, $01 packers, 7.00a7.75. 1 whose 6250,000 estate was.tororel. . '' --.... e coming into power of the midi- ,less of a joke and were referred in not take me into his confidenceJ I"; r .,,,' Á .'"' Cattlac receipts..,ruormal; tone distributed to 102 persons odn w, . , dates selected, to tcarry out 'that a monad of levity to the agricul- however. His nearest explanation i membered little acts of km es '. r , steady;, e!Ltrenta,veal, top, 11.90. Bisagno. a bachelor clubma . 3 '1. , . . .., 1 S, Ift1P,'; ,. i 0, , ð,, ' ' . ' mendele- There le much armsathir tura committee, whore. however. was that be has been unnerved since : : - .-t ,14;tIarik 7 & A -- . 4 I -- ..0.. '1,- ' ' N ?et, - - - with this amendment In congress. the "progressives" happen to be In the tragedy on l'wenty-second ' ' but there is some doubt about how control, and they-promptly s,eited street, when Officers Edward Miner - ''''7'' Toledo Seed-, ,,, , '07- . - , , , F ! - ,.. , - , the treheltlen Period could be sr- the opportunity. to make a favor- and James Green were killed some Toledo. Ohio, Dec. 6.Clover um Many persons remembered le,,,,. will he saw but once in his '1:.'144 , . . . .. , , ,, .. - ... -.,,,,,, - ow , ranged. for obviously men la con- able report on thi amembients and weeks ago. Yesterday morning seed, prime cash 13.55, December tinlq - ,,- ' : : ,,, 7 .: .... ,s , ,. , . s :,, . . s . . - , . , ,,,gra gib gross now could 'sot lots to abbrs. give 'moment ', to the program when we finished work 1 said to ass. Xarch"13.75-: , , , . ' ' cr. lied 'Ad on 11 tesiirs a familiar figure in San Franey0, w . 1 vIV vitt dr own '- tenure st,011101.,adopied at their coutersace last, him, as I usually did; I'll aft- you ., Timpth3r..,prima comb L441. Decem- aaaneetteateasi tar' Want. soli film .7. 1 -- '''''-'47...-''ak One proposal b vtbit tits . whole - week; - . , - - , . ., . - , tonight! - .11sually , be atowered. be.,3.40.-March h-50- ''' "" , "- ' " Mole. '' 4 ' ' - ''. . . . . , . .. , , 'L., . i . . . . ' ' ' . . , ) , . . , , i e .. ; ' . . ' , , .. . , , 1 . . L . . A 4 , . . I . . fi . , 0 , IF Ttotrs AGENT, SA1 rti NoT mot-la" so c L "'BEL ,13A;). r1p4 DoNT ANNA 130V NUTVFN T-)X)V AN SLAMIAED "ni. 1,06R IN TliElFt FA( ES !r,., 4.1.6. I - 111.14 viik 1111 awndilit 4 A.k r r )1 e:41 - 1111114( I"' I, 4 ' 1111 r .1..0.. 4 - Loadist;avet" Anodise Las:S-1-74Ca...- CrIt Tsit mewspen ?AFT. Amerisma Woolon;, 12' 1 Amecoolagetlerki-,,;ii 42 ' Atchison ,-..,.4-("--I2216 Atlantic,' Gilt Wee flatlet. 24 !- Baldwin Leosnotive .a--121 Itimore Ohio ' 42 'Bethlehem it'd 11-;; - glin enntral Loehr. '4-16 24' ,' í Chesapeake lb Ohio 1634 Chicago, MIL OL IL IC, IL L P. .,,,,,, 32 C. N.W. 'Corn Ploctio .. 122 Creclble -Steel .....- .. 61 resew; -Playerstmehr 20 General Asphalt ' 46 General Motors - 14 igindsootermat 46 I Illinois Cantral 108! Int Mer. Marine writ 49 Kelly-Springfield Tire 42 Mexican Pet Kellum Midvale Steel 2314 New York Central 95 Northern Pacific , 76 Pan American Petroleum 99 Pennsylvania 46 People's Gas ' ' 91 Pure 011 ... 27 Reading ' 76 Republic Iron & Saar 46 Royal Dutcho N. T. 52 Sinclair 011 - 31 Southern Pacific 87 Standard 011 or N. L 137 Studebaker Corporation 1311 Texas Co. 47 Tobacco Pmducts 79 Union Pacific 128 United States Rubber 51 United States Steel 102 l'tah Copper 62 Willys Overland - 5 International Harvester 91 , Chicago Stocks i 1 Armour & Co. pd. 99 - Armour Leather 1114 IC. C. & C. Rys. ' C. C. & C. Rys. p4. 5 1 Cudahy 136 135 136' Coutin't Motors 10 10 10 Deere & Co., pd 73 73 73 Earl Motors , Hayes Wheel 38 36 38 Hart, S. & M. 89 Hupp Motor 23 22 , 22 Libby-McNell 7 Midwest Utilities. 45 Midw'st Util., pfd. 83 83 83 M'agomery-Ward 21 20 21 Nat. Leather, new 7 7 7 Pick & Co. - 31 Piggly Wiggly 'A' 46 44 46 Reo Motor 14 14 14 Stewart-Warner 57 56 57 Swift & Co. 109 108 109 Swift Intl. 19 19 19 Stand'd Gas, corn. A7 Stand'd GEM pfd. 48 48 48 U.C'rb'de & 60, 69 60 IT.'L'g't 7 pct., pfd. 90 89 90 U. L'g't & Ry. cont. 71 63 70 1T.,L'g't &Ry,pfd 77 Wahl 55 65 55 Wrigley 1113 111 111 Yellow Mfg., 8 202 197 199 Yellow 'Paid 72 t. I Liberty Bonds I - ,Rtgb. Low Moue Lib. 3s 100.40 100.30 100.30 Lib. 3s, R Lib. lst 4s 98.64 98.56 98.60 Lib. lst 4s, 98.36 98.16 98.16 Lib. 1-2 4s 99.30 - Lib. 3d 4s 98.74 98.56 93.70 Lib. 3d 414s, .11 98.44 98.42 98.44 Lib. 4th 4148 98.60 98.32 98.52 Lib. 4th 4s, R 98.28 98.24 98.28 Vic. 4s 100.30 100.24 100.30 Vic. 4s, R - 100.04 Vic. 4s 100.00 Vic. 4a, R 99.88 U. S. A. 4s 99.80 99.72 99-72 Peoria Grain. - 1 Peoria, Dec. 6.---Corn: Re ceipts 65 cars: unchanged; No. 2 white (new) 68; No. 3 yellow (old) 70, (new) 67; No. 4 yellow Xold) 69. Oats: Receipts 14 cars; un changed; No. 2 white 43 bld. It Wasn't Willie's Fault. ,,, BY EDWINA. 1 iv rð . It 1 Jr-x ' ' -., .'-',,,,.-- .---- : , '' -, ,-, - ' . ::' -,- ....... - ,,,,-;--,, !r. , ( . .. , , i di ,...r..i:Th. 111116...1111, ..:.::4 "L.., imk . . "Mg& O., 1 , , ip .V10,4.. , .- '''''''. . 4 nt '77) r ,0 ,,,,, ,-,1., -, ,d-, ......,t. ,.., . ammo" . 110 111..... , ?..,, ..,- m-;n1'..,11ailifo..illb. all'h li ye a 1 flPs ; - - ammo" of no, on Svat rar7( ft I : go eh sti ,. : the Congo Mated Frees.) ' U. S. Yards. Chicago, Dee Fresh reeedpts 'were not larle to day bat baying were slow to dirt Colder weather helped the trade and while some of the buyers were waiting for the sale of alum cat tle ThursdaY. there wile e far de mand for good stuff on the 1 openi market., Nearly 15,000 hogs were held over from the slow market of the day before. While the-market for fat lambs bets been more or less uneven this week. the demand for feeders has held well ' Receipts were 12,000 cattle; 24.- 000 hogs; 15.000 sheep and 2,000 Cattle. Choice steers found a Agood old ie& and values were steady to strong. Prime heavy steers sold at 213.60 with bulk of native beef' stock at 28.254110,25. Some small lots of range cattle arrived. Thor sold st 27.0007.25. Native cows, and heifers were full steady tor the best, but the trade was a little slow for plain grades. Canners at 22.7503.00 were weak, while calves also were down f5c in spots. Bulk of good vealers went - at $9.50 2.75. HOW& , Demand for fresh hogs was lit tle slow at first but values were generally steady compared with the best time of the day before. Some 1210240 pound hogs went over at $8.158.20 from the start. Stale , hogs were slow in demand. De ma nd was a littli weak late and the trade was not as good as early. Rough packing hogs sold at 27.15 07.50. Sheep. I Best lambs sold steady. Choice lots went at 215.00l5.25, while god natives sold at $14.50014.75. Feeders again reached 514.50 on's 'strong ,market, while aged muttons I held unchanged. - Curb Market I BY MIMI 41. (CoPsitibt 191S) BY WILLIAM HEFFERNAN. Wall Street. New York, Dec. 6. Today's trading on the curb ex change was extremely dull with price changes generally confined to 1 narrow limitt There was nothipg in the overnight new to stimulate public participation and the market was left almost entirely in the hands of professional operators and floor traders. Announcement that a special meeting of stockholders of Cumber land Pipe Lineone of the Stand ard Oil subsidiaries---had been call ed for Dec. 27, to vote -on increas ing its capital stock 100 per cent after which a dividend of 100 per cent in stock would be declared, had no effect on the stock con cerned. But it did serve to check what little selling there had been in other Standard Oil stocks and in a few instances higher levels were reached. Standard of Indiana wu de pressed in the first half session and so were the Kentucky shares. But both these stocks more- than made up their early losses in the early afternoon. New York Transit, sell ing ex-dividend $83 held firm at $13fi. Vacuum Oil startell over 7 points higher but lost this gain later, be tween sales. Independent oils displayed fair resistance to the selling, Southern States Oil advancing substantially. 1 Secretary Mellon's annual, report helped to stimulate baying in the industrial section of the list and what losses occurred were more than regained as the day went on. man regainea as tile aay went on. New York, 8-agar. New York, Dec. 6.--Raw sugar, steady at 4 cents for spot Calms, cost and freight, equal to 5.78 for centrifugal. - Relined: Unchanged. (MEN WENT TO ,crt.t.. ON witlie$ 11011iER, AN' WILLICS SW' SISTER CIARKSEL CUM TO TM' MOOR AN' rigt-1 C.C4Aterik mit) 1-it s sus Lt HOLLER F ROM TW HEAT) Or 1W STP4R5-- ( MEN WENT TO LALL ON witlie$ 1-1011iER, AN' WILLICS II SISTER CIARKSEL CUM TO Tw MOOR Asr mo r-s Pe4' (JRANI"Ik . pieikrgro 1-iissus", MC.G1..t HoLLER F ROI- Ili HEAD or IVI STAIRS-- t . ift.yrk4 4?1:o:"' (Ab - 694:(E:f :12E.:"2--,': , tikletile Des. trA-Skept: -ascii Pas I NAM; market very alfter; steady to weak; few sales to SO Sand butchers 2.10011.11; tep wry.; big packers kidding lower; choice The to 180 pound avenges around 2.10; peaking sows neatly 1.260 7.00; desirable pigs '120Und RIC heavyweight 1.1002.16; medium weight 11.0608.15; light weight 11.041 GUS; light , lights 2.00011.15; packing sows smooth 1409716; packing sows rough 71607" killing pigs 11.0002.16. , , - Cattle: Receipts 12.000; tairly active on assess:, beef steers and butcher she-stock steady to strong; spots higher; early top ma tured steers 13.00; bulk native beef steers 2.26010.26; wesbern grass ers in moderate supply. several loads early 7.00e7,25; era and feeders abbot steady; veal calves steady to week; balk destr aTib7vral--Ziv...es -topac' iers ii-070 !Us afraid of what President Hard 9.75; bulk desirable heavy bologna big would say to congress the next bulls '4.2504.40; btilk stockers anti few days ,th the way of legislation feeders 5.7507.00. N ' A to enhance values of grain. Liver Sheep: Receipts15:000; fat lambs Pool wealmess was due to the in opening slow; few early sales Creased pressure of Canadian wheat around steady; ,sarly top 15.35 for there. ,Primary receipts are ten pins accounts; feeder demand hig oft but are still in excess of I large; desirable 52-pound western 1082 year. t .,. feeding lambs 14.50; sheep steady Cash wheat prentiums were un to strong; heavy fat ewes around changed. Minneapolis reported no 5.00; lighter weight upward to 7.501demand for cask wheat and prem moos. , buns were unchanged to pence Bulk of sales 8 7.8081 CIS .. aigner. Advice from the seaboard Heavy butchers 8.000r 8.20 Bawler., 1.5.1 250 b... Lobo babiwere to the effect that foreign bids Heavy and maned packini 7-3001 vim, are out of line. Chicago houses 1 Navy SMA 1,FML6 INI i .0... . , .,,FS . 1 . Rough- heavy Packing --- 11511 -7361are trying to. import wheat from tedium weights - 2.850 8.05 Omaha, 25,000 bushels Intim work Light bacon. 11306190 11m. 7.806 8.15 Selected. 1406155 Ilia '. Slott 8.20 ed .Tuesday and. they Were bid ,3 Pig., 206135 ibik i 8-7521 8.24 cents over May, track Chicago for 15111r4 subSeea tc' d'Ickage 111v6 .-r." more - today. Later advices from I . Prime steam 1.200 01.500. 13.10013.50 the iteaboard claimed sales of 200,- Good to choice, 1300f1,500 seotitaslo 000 to 400 033 bushels of Manito Poor to good. SOO eili.,toe. 0.506 in 2& - --- has to Germany and the United I Low grade Millet Mears- . COO la 6.35 ., . , Pig& 700135 lb& 4 8-7511 IR I cents ever May, track Chicago for Btairr 8648ea 14 84'484 41v6 u'r! more- today. Later advices from Prime steers. 1.20001.500- 13.10013.50 the Seaboard claimed sales of 200,- Good to choice. 1.10001.800 800613.00 000 to 400 133 bushels of Manite Poor to good, SOO ei.400 0.30 la 10.25 bas to Germany and the United Low grade Minot tears- 4.00 0 8.35 , Bulk of best steers ... . ... s.aelrott.so Kingdoms: .'- - Yearlings. 70001.100 no- ' 0.50013.80 Coin was firm in tone most of Fat cows and heifers 41" 9'51 the session but trade was of small Canning cows and able's 3.750 0.40 4.000 7-25 were forced to cover later. The big Poor to choice bulls ' s.ssts i.st volume. Locals sold early but they Stockers and feeders Poor to fancy calves 0.00 0 10.26 . 3.760 860 local longs bought . on the soft Western range steers -' SHEEP AND LAMBS s sponts and an attempt vras made Weste,rn lambs ' 14-00615-85 10 stampede December shorts into Native lambs . 13060.75:1152:2526 I covering. This was only partly Lambs, poor to best culla , Ewes. poor to beet , 4.'00 7.50 successful, Almost all local eleva Yearlings of all grades .;;. 10.00413.00 tors are'busy making contract cqrn Wethers, poor to best 7.000 8.75 and the longs will have to accept Shorn lambs are quotabie 81756200 below foregoing quotations- much of the cash article before de COMPABA.TIVB riotTga3. . livery day is over. Sales of 100,000 bushels of contract corn was made Bulk of sales yesterday-, 7.908 815 One month ago 7.750 8.50 10 go to store. Cash premiums ous Year ago 8-45 6 8-75 were unchanged despite increased Cattle-- . ' Bulk of sales yesteriliw.. 8.50011.50 ree-01148- . . One month ago 8.4001125 Oats followed other markets. One year ago 81)891 8.55 Cash houses bought a little. Cash Sheep premiums unchanged. - , Western lambs yesterday 14.00st15.35 Ono month ago ..... 13E4014.0g Provisions were quiet and price ore year al0 . 9-80 a 10.751 changes were off little conse . , quence. There wu a little buying Kansas City Livestock.- lof December lard by foreign houses. Kansas City, Mo., Dee. 6.Cattle Wheat market closed strong, 3fic receipts, 10,000; beef steers:mostly to 1.e higher; December, MS to steady to strong; early top loads, 1.18; May, 1.16 to 1.16; July, ...o .. . . 10.25; with 12.00 bid on choice heav- i Luo- ' ' les; some held considerably high- Corn closed c to lc higher; er; calves mostly ,steady; rew veal.. December, 69c to 69c; - May, ers higher at 9.0009.50; bulk choice 69c to 69e; July, 69c to 69c. kind around 8.50; all other classes Oats were Ihe to c higher; De around steady with canners dull; cember, 42c;. May, 42c; July, few choice cows. 5.2505.50; bulk 40e . others, 33004.25; canners, 1.950 Lard closed 2c to 10e lower 2.00; bulk cutters below 3.25; bo.. and ribs, unchanged. 4 ' logna bulls, mostly 2.5004.00; good feeders, 7.000735; others,- mostly f 6.50 down; steekers,, Itirgely 5.000 I - ' .'l . re I - IIP ÐO IP Hog receipts, 14,000; Slow, steady to 5c higher than 3resterday's average;- shipper top, 8.05; packer top. 8.00; light lights, 7.807.90; bulk desirable 380 to 270 pound aver ages, 7.958.00; bulk of sales, 7.75 ti)8.00; packing sows, 10c to 15c higher; mostly 7157.85; stock pigs, steady; bulk, 7.40411715; few at 7.85. Sheep receipts, 5,000; lambs, strong to 25c higher; 88-pound fed lambs, 14.85; others, 14.75; clip pers. 12.25; sheep, steady: odd lots fat ewes. mostly 6.507.00. QuAtioRy ovER , liEssAcE Daly 1 (Continued from First Page.) namely, economy, could be tackled comprehensitely. Working on Message. Mr. Harding is hard at work in his study preparing his message, and probably will not have it ready before the end of the week. The chances are he will -read it to con gress just as soon as it is finished. Meanwhile, the annual reports of the various members of the cab inet are being released for publi cation and they give a rind' deal of information on , the state of the union, which it has been customary for a president to touch upon in his annual communication to congresL Perhaps the most persistent ru mor in connection with Abe delay of the president's message is-the story that he purposely irithbeld It to see what the "pmgressive" -bloc woild do in their conferences over the last week-end. Mr. Harding imows that much of the strength of the blocs in- congress comes from rural states and he is bard at work on a plan of agricultural credits which he hopes will satisfy most of the discontent ,. - In the meantime; the "progrm- , sive" bloà- has -taken advantage of the lull to get some publicity for 1 itself on two proposed constitutitonH al amendments which on their tam seem to strike at two practices in government... which ft is -claimed have outlived their usefulness. It has always been the habit of "pro gressives" to seein'to be or those things which give the people"- a larger share, In their Ownt govern ment ' - - The two suggested -amendments are of, the let-the-people-rule vari ety. One would bring into oMce on the first Of 'January after a Nevem- ' ber - election the, congress , then elected. SJO only few weeks would elapse between the time the people esProssed their -mandate and the coming into power of -' the candi dates selected, to teeny ,out 'that mandatiL " There hi much sympathy with this amendment ha congress. but there is 101110 doubt about bow the transttion period could be ar ranged. for obviously men, tat con gress now coultsot Slate to abbre viate Moir , own:: tome (Collie& One proposal le abet the whole ------71 - .4 ."' ( ii: - , 9 , 7 . 11,,,,,, obvpveallo . wawa 6-0 owe, E , , . mit ( 1 Ti1 it- ir irl- : I 11 toe a -' - - - , -,t, .4,- ,,- - ., - . 1 Artie ur:viT 1 it,11.113 to al i - , 1 , . ,-, , . ' - -- . -, . :' I Coa'aoiteated. , Press.) ..:-. . Dee. tTheee was no . nisi le the wheat market . a of 1ate but the trade 1 think that the undertone , , , Ir. There wen toss pree. 1 ..'.. -.......... -.J.- 1,- I I l (BY the Coneolidated , Press.) Oats-- , . .,. ,' attrego. Dec. 1.--There was no Dee' ' -AIM' -42 I - May -. Al .42 more interest in the wheat market July .;...' '49-.40 today than of Into but the trade 'Lard-- "- '-1 ' seemed to think that the undertone , Jan- ' .1.0-0..7 - d I was better. There was less pros- Mai - "", "- sure ow the market while locals Jan. ' '' ' ':' 1. ... I generally were': dboposed to cover May ' :-.... ' ,.. short wheat Una they put out at the - 0 opening because at the weaker sit- III n pi "Inn.. Ynagnal;' vireo ovistbil'e, . leasviall I Ili R i The 'news' was bearish but some cif the loads were a lit-1. camber, 42e;. May, 1234e; July, 40e. , Lard closed Sic to 10c lower and ribs, unchailged. , Grain : Chicago Cash Grain. . , Chicago, pec. G. WHEAT. No. 1 hard. 1.19120. No. 2 bard, 1.191.19. No. 1 dark, northern, 1.31. COILN. No. 2 mixed, 707114c No. 3 mixed, 697014,c. No. 4 mixed, 67)6814c. No. 2 yellow, 703472c. No. 3 yellow, 6970c. No. 4 yellow, 69069c. No. 2 white, 7171c. No. 3 white, 6970-14c. No. 4 white, 6770c. OATS. No. 2 white, 444,10. No. 3 white, 421243c. OTHER GRAINS. Rye: No. 2, 8.185c. Barley: 67(P73c. Tintothy seed: 6.0006.75. Clover seed: 15.004520.00. PROVISIONS. Pork: nominal. Lard: 10.87. Ribs: 10.0003)11.50. thing should take' effect only after January, 1925, so as to avoid any legal embarrassments in the mak ing of the amendment effective. Makiag Prbitary'Direct. ' Another amendment which would conform to the spirit of the present practice of electing presidents but which would change Its letter is that providing for a direct vote for the names of the candidates for president and vice president in stead. of for the electors whose names novr appear on the ballot This does not mean that the candi date with the greatest number of votes would be elected, as has often been suggested in the term popular election" of a president and vice president Under the pro posed amendment just reported by the senate agricultural committee, the people in each state would still vote as they have Alone in the past and the candidate who received a majority or plurality in each state vtould be entitled to the same num ber of credits as was ezmnged un der the electoral college system. These credits would be certified, however, direct to the house of rep resentatives and president and vice president whose names had receiv ed a majority ot credits would be elected.' - The danger of the present indirect system. it is claimed, is the possi bility that - the electors - might change their minds when casting votes' in an electoral college and defeat the wilt of.the people, giv ing ground for serious internation al disturbance, especially .it the electicra should be a close one: Just why the amendments should come out. or agricultural commit tees instead of judiciary. commit tees may puzzle outsiders, but when the measures were first introduced they were looked upon as more or less of a joke sod 'were referred in a moment of levity to the agricul tural committee. where. however. the "progressives" happen to be in control, and they'promptly seized the opportunity, to make. a favor able report on the amendments and eye 'momentum ',to, the program adopted at their contemn last .....s,immEoteetg------------vtTmm-mpeam. , laviitt.,.mtwatc.theitind , ,,...,, ' C:hli-i .:i.k.a..ð.eok' 11'; 679,j;, lostytotorday storoing toratoartioi r--.., -Arsr-ar., io ..., ool. never a wood., but turned away to- ,,,-- - t Conk et "bomb- v -1' ' ' - weft his bols1147- :-; 1'1 b,,- - 2 ik I -...--- .....---- Vibtilt--1 CiPe-ti filittl;tiv :Cliol'4.1 Dec. - ... ;2.17 1.12 121 1.13; 1 May, , 1.141;1611a1.143110, , 3110' ra...- 1.07,,,,,-.1:011. - 1.041.05 1, Dee. . ;;-; 28 - .69--.01---.119 1 May -.....".; 28 .1101--.00 .59 Job' --,-63- .69 -.12-1, AS Oats-- ., , -,: ,' .........,-, - ; ' -". Dee. --Ati .42 .42 .4271's May 421A 421 42 42 Jul ---- 't -- - - - - - Y .... . .39 AO - .39 . .40,,,, -Lard-- '''- ''' '' '' ' ' - ,, - 1 , Ian 10.07.10.07 -10.00 1000 Mt.....1-- 7I - 4. 1012 10.25 10.17 10.20 zu-u-- - ..;; 1' ' --: ' , -1 .41, a er Jan- - I.65 - - A ÇA I 11,.!! Aft 'in CAUSES SUICIÐE0 CITY DETECTIVE (Continued from First Page.) Walter J. griffin and Clarence S. Christensen. -Burial will be inCal vary cemetery. Police of the Rock Island department Will attend pre funeral services in a body. Relatives of Mr. Ginnane had no ticed a great change in him in re cent weeks, especially the last few days4 He seemed to be very rest less fyesterday, they said, and got up from his bed at different times. He seemed as though he was not able to sleep. Close friends of Mr. Ginnane's had also noticed a change in him recently. He was solemn at all times and very rarely had anything to say. His aunt; Miss Kelly, a short time before she heard the pistol shot, went to the room of her nephew and gave him a glass ot milk. At that tizne he did not have anything to say, she said. It was his usual custom to sleep nearly the whole afternoon and arise at 4 or 4:30 o'clock to eat supper and get ready for work. Miss Kelly' saw no more of him until she ran to his bedroom after hearing the pistol shot Detective Ginnane had talked briefly with his aunt, Miss Kate Kelly, with whom he lived, a few minutes before tile tragedy. She had left his bedrolam and was ex pecting him to arise to get ready for night duty. She went to the rear of the house and heard a re volver report Miss Kelly ran to the bedroom and saw blood etream ing from his chest. Dr. A. N. Ilueller was ,-notified and was the first to arrive at the house. Detective Ginnane was dead when the physician arrived. Dee,th must have been instantaneous, Dr. Mueller said. Rev. C.! P. O'Neill, pastor of Sacred Heart church, was notified, and arrived at the home shortly afterward. Immediately after the tragedy Niles Kelly became hysterical and was taken to the home of a neigh lbor. She could not realize that her nephew bad taken his life because she had been talking with him only a few minutes before. The. police station 'receited a re p0rt of the tragedy at 3:05 o'clock from Father O'Neill. Officers at the police station were scarcely able to realize the report was true. Officer David DeSmet and sev eral city officers, went immediately to the Ginnane home. The - gun which Detective Ginnane employed in taking his life was a .38 caliber revolver which he used while on duty on the force. The. smoking weapon was lying on'the floor on the right side of the bed and was still warm. The detective was still in his bed clothes and his arms were stretched above his head. The tragedy occurred in the bedroom at the front of the house on the east side. bor. She could not realize that hel Sehnert jn Dental nephew bad taken his life because Denial of the truth of a state she had been talking with him OttlY ment that he had aided in the a few minutes before. , ' search for an incyiminating letter, under orders from Thomas Cox, The. police station 'receited a re port of the tragedy at 3:05 o'clock former chief of police, was made to from Father O'Neill. Officers at The Argus today by Detective Her ' the police station were scarcelY man Sehnert of the police depart able to realize the report was true. meat. . , - , . , Officer David DeSmet and sev- Fred Tiffin, negro employe of eral city officers, went immediatelY John Looney, told state investigat to the Ginnane home. The - gun ors yesterday that Detectives which Detective Ginnane employed Charles Ginnane and Herman Seh in taking his life was a .38 caliber nert were keeping a watch on him revolver which he used while on in an attempt to obtain a letter duty on the force. The. smoking Cox wanted. The letter is one weapon was lying on'the floor on written by Cox to aid shipment of the right side of the bed and was an alleged stolen car to New still warm. The detective was still Mexico. in his bed clothes and his arms , "What Ginnane's part in the Mat were stretched above his head. The ter may have been, I do not know, tragedy occurred in the bedroom atlas I never heard of this negro, the the front of the house on the east I letter. or the affair of taking the side. - leer to Looney's ranch until I read Despondeney Noticed. it in the local papers this week. Detective Ginnane had been de- Ginnane never told me anything pressed for the last few weeks ac- about the matter, nor did Cox. In cording to intimate friends and short I am not involved in any way fellow police officers. Father in this affair," Detective Sehnert O'Neill also said after the shooting said. ' that he had noticed that Mr. Gin- . It is believed that Tiffin may nane had been despondent recently. have dealt with Ginnane 'in the No notes or evidence of any kind matter of the letter, and may have Which might explain the act were, spoken of Sehnert also because of found in the room by Coroner John the connection between the two in F. Maberm - their official capacities. Sehnert "Detective Qinnane, since his ac- also voices the belief that the ne tivities on the Rock Island police. gro's statement may have become force. has been an efficient officer," distorted so as to include his name Acting Chief of Police Fitzsim- in the transmission of the tale from mons said in speaking of the af- the investigators to the press. fair. "Since I have been head of . the department he has been very p A 11 ' , punctual in his work and has al- m ways obeyed orders. The tragedy n AMERICAN certainly came as a surprise to the officers of the police department as well as myself. Detective Winne Bulls DRAFTED was well liked by bin folinw miti Despondeney Noticed. Detective Ginnane had been de pressed for the last few weeks ac cording to intimate friends and fellow police officers. Father O'Neill also said after the shooting that he had noticed that Mr. Gin nane had been despondent recently. No notes or evidence of any kind Which might explain the act were found in the room by Coroner John F. Maberry.. "Detective Qinnane, since his ac tivities on the Rock Island police force. has been an efficient officer," Acting Chief of Police Fitzsim mons said in speaking of the af fair. "Since I have been head of the department he has been very punctual in his work and has al ways obeyed orders. The tragedy was well liked by his fellow offi - Records at the police, , station show that Detective Ginnane, who first joined the police force as a patrolman, had been steady in his work and in very few ' instances had he ever taken any time off. Of the four city detectives he was sec- ond oldest in years of service ren- dered. Mr. Ginnane joined the de- partMent Nov. 14, 1904, and served as a patrolman until May 6. 1907. Re was off the force for two years and again joined the police depart- ment May 6, 1909. From that time he - had served continuously until his death. He had seried as a de- tective since Thomas Cox was ap- pointed chief of the Rock Island police department in 1919. Detee- tive Ginnane reported at roll call at the station Monday evening at 6 o'clock and worked through the night - , ' - -Detective Herman Sehnert, who was Ginnane's associate in many police investigations, the two wqrk. ing together under orders first of CoX and later of Fitzsimmons, said lot Ginnane last night: "He was a 1 papable , detective. and : had done ' some valuable work for the depart-I went. :- Gbmane wat despondent of : late, and several times I asked him : what was- troubling him. He did ' not take me into his contidence. however. -- His nearest explanation: was that he has been unnerved sincel the tragedy : on Twenty-sectind , street, when Officers- Edward Miner and James Green were killed some 1 weeks - ago. :Yesterday -- morning , when We finished work I said to I him; its I usually- Aid.' 111 'aeeT.you I : tonight: -----Alatutlly , he . anawered, . - '-' 0414 es -r 'S. Is ' 'Mrs Keilit aunt of Detective telu imp, Abdo, that her nephew bad for tome time been in poor spirits, sad had complained of -inability to sleep. , He bad- been constantly au- noyed, she says,-by Thome Coz,lis former-- superior. who' celled , him repeatedly at Nome oier the tele, requesting hha ts carry mit hili400dera. , ;"COI wanted Chariew to get some litter for hhn,"- Miss Kelly stated. "I never 'understood what the let- Ayr was about until read the auto- mobile story in The Argue telling of a letter that' Cox had -given to Fred Tiffin: the negro who drove a car from Rock Island to New Mee- tor Jebn Looney.s That must have been the letter he'was trying to- have Cliarles ' recover. -- I had -been-. trying-- for weeks to induce ICharies to break, with Cox in order 4o save himself, in case there was an3rthing weighing heavily on his ' mind. He stood by Cox as long as he could, possibly in the belief that 1 Cox would in time be vindicated of the charges against him. Of course ' Cox bad been his superior officer, but I saw no reason for Charles sacrificing his own position in order to shield a man who was not able to shield himself. The resigaati -of Cox as chief of police seems to have been a severe blow-to-Charles, for it was taken by him as an ad- f mission by his former chief that he cOuld not defend the charges of of- Bella misconduct that had.' been inade againstehim. ,Charles-was a good tome.man. I was both mother and -sister to him, and remained with him in order to furnish him home of his own. He was a good provider and a man who had no enemies as ,far as I knew, He was sensitive, and there is no doubt that the events of recent months in the city preyed heavily, on his mind. Charles Ginnane was' not a coward. He simply destroyed himself in a anent ot mental aberration." - Third Ppliee Tragedy. - The suicide of Detective Ginnanc Yesterday was the third tragedy in the Rock Island police department within a few months.. The first happened Oct. 15, when Officers James F. Green, 541 Twenty-fourth street, and Edward N; Miner, 222 Twelfth street, were killed in a gun battle with Robert Scott, a dope- crazed negro, at the negro's shack at 307 Twenty-second street Native of Reek Island. Charles W. Ginnane was born in Rock Island Nov. 21, 1875; and had lived here his entire lite. He was the son of the lat6 Mr. and Mrs. Thomao Ginnarie, who were pioneer residents of Rock -Island. Before joining the Rock Island police force Mr. Ginnane was employed as a steel worket in the Moline steel mills. , Mr. Ginnane was a member .of Sacred Heart church, Allouez coun- cil, No. 658, Knights of Columbus; C. W. Hawes camp. No. 1.550, Mod- ern Woodmen of America, and Camp No. 31, Court of Honor. Surviving are a brother, John Ginnane; hiS aunt, Miss Kate KellY, and an :uncle, Martin Kelly. All resided at the home at 2528 Sixth avenue. 1 1111 woman". Bog Washington,- Dec: 6 American conference ed the final draft o procedure, which the proved yesterdaY, ni general cotnmittee,' question of including discussion of the pi union , of Central Az tries, - - 4 , chicago pro. Chi o, Dec. 6.- et- s ueu. creamery - standards. 50; extr firsts. 4551; second Eggs, Unchanged; cased. - ' 021; springs, 19; .1- 621; springs, 19- t turkeys, 30; geese, , Silver New York, Dec. 6, silved, .65; Mexicaz Washington,- Dee: 6.---The Central American conference today receiv ed the final draft of its rules of procedure, which the delegates ap proved yesterday, meeeting as a general cotnmittee,' and faced the question of including in the agenda discussion of the proposal for a union , of Central American coun tries, - 4 Chicago Provisions. Chicago,..Dec. 6.1--Butter, un settled; creamery extras, 65; standards. 50; extra firsts, 54; firsts. 4551; seconds. 4143. Eggs, Unchanged; receipts, 2,682 021; springs, 19; roosters, 1214; 621; springs. 19; rosters, 12; turkeys, 30; geese, 18. - , - Silver. , New York, Dec. 6.Foreign bar ailved, .65; Mexican dollars. 49., -.Peona Zrrestoett. , Peoria, Dec. 6Hog receipts, 1,500; 10 to 15 cents higher;- top, 8.15 lights, 7.75(6.10; mediums, 7.80&15; heavies.. 7800,815; packers, 700a775. ' Cattle 4,- receipts..,inormal; tone steady;', Mitrente yett4 top, 11,00. - ,,, Toledo Seed-, Toledo. Ohio, Dec. 6.Clover seed, prime cash 13.55, December 13.55.March-13.7S; , Timpthy prime coisa Decembea4.40.-Maret 3.60. ' zuw wa. - manse see tot' - and sympathy- 7I-a abaltble we, ewe "bib le leeee Ike. Melt le. wet iPsubeeeetz sad ad themill smuts sp,riwIwe 111.-ase sit it Flokeral Ðireeteta , au w has tartil tbseb hile.Intann pouw amino istreeews sad qt alio Irish to thank hav. atarsil pallbearer's and all those tribwas. The Wit; , HUM ' 'SWIMS nonnaon ' mock. Personal Nevus. a..abe Mas "8 17111 See nom . 1.411. - "tie 14011e011 astaltiesti pan ao. ion ! 'Nemeses maws( will torol Ionics meg weall i azie. tweilaseete; s. 6f, acrrroa.l. 67. a a. .,- , , A. mated swag beig wmedeeeeer wws mboDP. ob. rk c tarp. L. PaBanaa., alh 12. aaa. and third Mondays of - IOW tub:. Marko IL lisass.7" - "" trim. wwwwws. reeet. dal"' a., O. ab aft, Prational Order et aea. emeeethee... arrjuld tbeed Theses" alrar, les -"ewsal. remt, koz Insets. seetelazz. siis 711;1411",e 0. pen OR second aad fourth 21.11 141 4 hestimis etch month at 2 said! lienwrial "LI ba Kin mem, drew Rimiel. consamadar; Ns O. Ina - winning. 0. 0. , every Thuysciaalaalla ala 134' Me; Vieille at Odd Pips. tempts on ask Ave.. betessa lin "Lk sow. wet" wii.t.ecoLe.; say est own ...La. "' lint onetindhuil third arse Me al ' www lweleuee- ' - 11:b2G1179. Torea:i-oh7r- 1; bcwwerJez aroand Monday ot sack sagalls-11.1 111.ben ummaaader: J aidNi corder. ORDER eserene STARMock hia Chapter No. 200. Regular mania a and Wednociar et etch month. boo l'ele "'mew wee- Llama to man. W. M.; Mary Icon. cane ll'utisolgrlielinie: 711,471elbee, po nem 0. the aims -Tu;kr, Z" Meal at 7:30 p. sa. Charles C. EIS P" E M 'tab geemere . a. AND it 11.Rock Woad Council No. me "al 11.1ellibbes EU be bee tho third Wednesday at each IK41 Tinting monsbere cordially web James A. Morrie T. a. 114 Prank Canody, Coarser. ROCK IsLaalD LODGESO. SIS. A- ICStated mein' ant 117w Tar' Bar" !Masa"' 5sreelirsalo meelortiangerkFriodnaYtheeTestiBE. Ditdepi 13. a. w. v.--siweeez esz cow. sit 'Tinted sPanwhla war vorew at di p. as. in Mensorial Worms- George H. Clapper. go..soil William F. Frey. AduCent. ' - TRIO LtidematelGtiie Teetele lea I and bib Avei, 711; 1142.11Irr, win be wad au; um; tem Thelejiy each month at 7'30 ti rs. a P. a Ir. Pit' 31'; wee 0: I'.-tendi; 18". nieetang Tno Lodge Ile. Personals " CHILDRENTo board by da---yr -ye Can rive best Telerences. 19'211 Ird Ilicwe 3c74). RAT TERRIER DOGBlack and isa RAW sada. its, wait - friends sod slighter tor Atm bes end sestatithe la our We bereave, , We, stay viola to than& Mee. lied, IL a. the isalibearers sod ad Woes seat tarot tributes. 111.4ed Bartels as; tessitt. Flokeral Ðiresids , aussw wish to book oilettiebdt ,,,,..aaiwbbors tor their kiatines eel se Da", awing our tate betearesiet, ,. aim wish to thank go, Sew Ammo pallbearers sod ati these oes Tbe st "tat Set UODGION le IAMA.Wkalvals bop ea.n4b Personal airstee. ?no A 418 itik Ilt. nous le. 371 2 Lodge 14611tea , a. P. O. it.-11s. Ileattiks seta third Montan al each Moil lhaa' club. - Meths 11. Meow raise: C. N. lasecesa. secretele. 11., taa brothate wawa Ingelnia, oak team at lath V. thr-thoct moos oda a---ZZ"Dipp hiP011 Prolowood Order ol oom , mootioos Int awl Mini Toothy ogle r ,S4 eisetto so Melon' boom ail p - UM Si. Mon. W. P.: Juan 0.0 " Wright. oscrolary. 6626 oth Aft. 11.0 fa. A. B.Thatord Post Sox moo tob. ,,- maim um" oo wood aad towth tibloy eio 60 4 ormoos of melt mouth al 2 siim ceo 111 Manorial hail to Ms couX Maw drew BMW. commodow 74. 16) a,.SSW tatiotaid. , o M taco L O. L.-0w Loeb. do. eat hut 41' At. overt Thursdat somas at Ohl Potato Motels ea AM Ave.. atavism itth lo oessloll lath Sta. Mowry W. Moist. X. O.; Ito lead a liam Guldsompl. 11.. 6. tina , der no day el each moods. initiatory me, ,,47, OM dna. second sad third worm too wormy Thursday. XliTIGHTS 16.111114M-Tbs Mold op veT, Wave of hock Wand Cooliaadart h ot--r-t111. &MOM Templar wiU mid It To omo ormat Moodily ol each alloth SA1 eerie' Fisher. commandori J. L. illoloM 26" corder. ORDER tArnams STALses Chapter No. MM. Regular moguls end Wednesday of each month. V Stars welcome. Mrs. latesties man. W. N.; Wary 11. Anna IL A. N.-.Tbe Mated coarombee Wend Chapter Ito. IA A. N.. sn Se held on the first Tender et sec Esseitt at 7:30 p. ea Chariot c. rpm E. E. Ash. secrwary. 1 V ., t IA , wq,, 4 .4 I :, VI A it, wt al of ,, L AND 5. 11.--Roen Weed Council-- No. The stated seseniblee win be held the third Wednesday et ea& math th. AND S. M.--Rock talaad Council be. 14 ; 0.670; The stated amemblies will be bed I ewe. the third Wednesday et each wee --- Fleabag teembera cordial hew E. AMYL X James A. Morris. T. s. MA Freak WI " Canstli, corder. . . ' 11116 .,,---- soca ISLADD LODGE,.NO. la A. I Alm' 2., A. M.Stated meeting Int friday sad rs each month. Harry Dowel& W. tivi ' Motor R. H. Liat. secretary. AMOK Special meeting Friday evening. tha illit -r- - - i at 1:30 tor work on the E. A. dtera ik rido u. S. W. V.--tilboney bay Camp. Se. i I led. rutted Spanish War Veteran see 'rt. , tint and thArd Thursday of each al. ( 4' ''. .. A Winast at II Ir. as. in Memorial Rell. Ceet a t auk, E Wedge- George H. Clapper. ...... Witham IP. Frey. Adtutaat ( IFLLNDO . , and ne TWO LodgaMasouie Temple. Ittli ,it ,. ad A, and fith Ave. Tbe stated mesas& ;A Trio Lodge No. b7. A. It di A. AIMS Si will be held on the erg Mead .. owe It each month at 7:30 ti. ni, J. P. c serve 1 TRIO LodesRassuist Tempi. INS ,g ; t,"; ri, and óth Ave. Tbe stated swan --.12... Trio Lodge lio. b7. A.. It A A. AIMS SI will be held en the erg Thunder Awes ti each mantis at 7:30 ta. la, A P. r Borst" gesik W. 3i4 BA" 0. Breieriek; owsistrac :IL--- Special meeting Trio Lodge go. mars ...bettors - , Seed m Personals ' ' - , Wry Ct RAT TERRIER DOGBlank and taa; or strayed Nor. 28. IL 36672. Lost and Fiptind BOWLING BALLNo. 3t43, bag. between loop and 31.st St. Station. L 4652Y. Reward. , BAR POT Silver vrith small diamonds. Miss ed Dee. 6. lost about Dee, L 'Return to Amos. &ward. , BROWN GAUNTLETSAnd puns tot tattling twveral dollars, lost Sunda, tween Edgington and Mums City. b ward Return to Argus. DUNBAR TIRE-30x3. with rim. Mt between bdsiness district and 12th Ma and 1,1th St. Reward. R. L 4d7. ruß NECK PIECEBrown. lost BOWS Return to Argus. Reward. , PEARL RINGGold. Lost between 2411 St. and Ilth Ave, and business distal Return to Argus. Reward. TAPOr gasoline porno. between bib In Idttin St.. Davenport and lot St. awl 15th Ave. R. 1. Phone U. P240 AUTOMOBIISS Automobiles tor Sale BUICKS-- BUICK COUPE. 1921A-Passenter inder; splendid mechanical conditios. Paint rood. Has appearance et car. Fully equipped, aud many at rag. Price $1,030. BUICK TOURING, 1920-5-pamesser. cilinder, in line mechanical essdattaa Driven anproximaicir c.000 lob& Paint good. Tires practicalli ark Bargain. StS50. ' - CADELLAC SALES CO.. DAVENPOBT. IOWA. - OREVROLETTouring. 4 Dew tirvi. Marmite and mechanical madams Pet 8125. ft. 1. Chevmlet Co. R. 1. Mt CARS-3 good. litied, standard masa cheap. 2 813leg. f011f. Mat J. aw draws. 834 21st St. E. L 8485 ' FORD SPEEDSTE11,--Witb overhead valva wire wheels. Mach mag. 2529 óta aw. IL 1. 2917. iviirrr SEDAN-19'23 model. brand eel. Tri-City Tire CO, 1710 itAl Ave. Mee R. 1. 191. MOLINE KNIGHTFive pasienter &UM' mobile cheap. Call 11. nitutl St L , AL 612. MOLINEAnd R. A V. Knights. tsciort overhauled automobiles from $460 $1.200. Call R. 54106 or E. N. tilt. NEW CHEVROLET SEDANWia cheap. Terms. Allen Buick Cee I 61 4th Ave. R. 1. Pint A KNIGHT? naseruter sedAn This is a rare bargain.S6 11.000 Cal R. 1. 5006 or E. M. 612. ; -- I EsTATE A SSMZI ESTATE IS DIVIDED - AMONG 102 PEOPLE San Francisco. Calif., Dec. 6.-- Actresses, bootblacks, waiters, bat boys, , cafe owners, physiesilL Judges and society womenin fact everyone who left a good impres Mon ou the soul of a man who membered little acts of kindness and courtesywere beneficiaries Ul the will of the late Joseph Bisagno whose fl250,000 estate was ordered distributed to 102 persons 'WOO. Bisagno. a bachelor clubMan. was a familiar figure in San Francisco., Many persons remembered in bis will he saw but once in ,bis lif fp tiMq - , t!!!!anilled Seeaos thse1111. 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