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THE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1911.
SO C i ELTY CHILDREN'S MUSIC PROGRAM. J pel and Carl Albrecht. A three- OXE OF THE MOST UNIQUELY urBe lunch was Eerved- Among . . i those attending from out of the city Interesting: programs yet presented by ! were MJgg Hatch and MrjJ Coates :he Rock island Musical club was that ; and Misg Lna Henke of Cedar Rap given at the New Harper yesterday aft- idg t ernoon. It was entitled "Music for ; Children. Old and Young-" and attract ed an unusually large attendance of the members. The program was fur-niRhe-.l by Mrs. F. V. Reimers, Miss rsephine Schneider. Miss Dorothy Hra3inf6. piano; Mrs. T. B. Reidy. voice; Cvliss Mary Alice Williams, vio lin, and Mrs. Myra Bear-Goldsmith, reader. Preceding each number there was a brief explanatory lecture by Miss Katherine Gest. Mrs. T. W. Reimers, president of the club, announced a complimentary recital for the membership to be giv en at the Harper Thursday evening, Feb. 22, the program to be furnished by Mrs. B. J. Lachner, Rock Island, contralto, and Miss Agnes Hope Pills bury, Chicago, pianist. There will be an admission charge to nonmembers wishing to attend the recital. For the Schumann-Heinke recital, to be given j at the Illinois the evening of April 7 Mrs. Reimers announced the appoint ment of the following committee r-liairni'-n: Tii ts Miss F. K. Rhoads. A iv; rtU ina; Miss Katherine Gest. -f'lrrani Miss Elsa Simon, nus Mrs. C. E. Sharp". ), prcf idt nt added the information tine business matters were attend-fj.-t ;;,,.- wo;!!rt he a special admis-;ed to and a very pleasant social hour 'an r ;-.::r: c r'inros?ion to the member- enjoyed during which Miss Seeburger plii). uf '.li' ;-.:) for tl:-- Schumann-' served refreshments. Misses Elva IIcir!;. ror:'::. This is r yarded in land Ruth Allsbrow. 103O Third ave ir.iisica! circles ns th" f".ent of theinue, will entertain the society venr in tii" tri Mties. It :s a lar:e un-j Feb. 20. i'rUiUing !iv the Hock Island Musical . r !"'i. requiring a rash guarantee cf $1,- SECOY-FISH. to sc::re the appearance of the j MISS GERTRUDE FISH A.MJ t'istliigu'sV-d artist hjre. Charles E. Secoy were united in mar- ; riage at the parsonage of Edwards FIRST WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. ; Congregational church, Davenport, MR. AND MRS. HARVEY I'RINE Monday evening by Rev. W. .1. entertained about 40 guests in cele- : Suckow. The couple will go at once bration of their first wedding anni-,to housekeeping at 2223 Cherry vf-rsarv at their home, 2715 Fifth-! street. The groom is employed at and-a-hatf avenue. last evening. The tho Rock Island arsenal, parlors were doi -orated in pink and j white. There v:.- . :trJs and music, i LITTLE-COOPER, the latter !:,!.:- a solo by Miss ; TODAY AT NOON ROBERT LIT Amelia '. Prizes were won by ; tie of Preemption ar.d Mies Marv Ag- Miss Hatch of Chicago. O. 13. Sip-j nee Cooper of Coal Valley, wore united r Today 's itv wire rre.rn K. W. Wagner & Co.. I members of Chicago Hoar d of Trade. ( Ciidtn, rovl!i"ii. stocks, and rotton. Local cfPi-t- at Uocit Island house, Rim:U Island- 111. Chicago oltice. ys-99-l'iy. Hoard of Trade. Ucal tciciilio-:t.. No. wcbt 330. J J Chicago. .lau. 25. Absolutely the j best guess that cau be made in wheat ! is that the leaders have cut their load ' in two and are awaiting reassembly cf ! a little firm sentiment. Without their help May w heat seems destined to bo ! ou uneasy ground when above 05c. The coarse grains are on solid ground I and the present around 4Se spread be tween May com and May wheat m;:y ' be reduced to 3.1c or 4'c before March 1. The local i-rmvd may assi.-t minor j wheat bulges aft r the recent decline, , but will hardlv c ling to the advances. - Firmness cf corn will undoubtedly at tract buyers. BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS. VVI-eat. May, 9S "4. 99. y.s' SKIM DISEASES HUMORS IN THE BLOOD Ntture has made ample provision In thr moisture and sunshine of the air for the outward protection and healthy condition of the skin. But the more important work of nourish ing the cuticle has been left to an in ward source the blood. It is from the circulation that the pores and glan.ls receive their stimulus, and the fibrous tissues are all preserved ia a healthful state because of con stant nutriment supplied by the blood. It ia only when the circulation be comes infected with humors or acid3 that ve are troubled with skin affec tions. The humors producing- these troubles are carried through the cir culation direct to the skin. and their irritating or inflammatory effect re mains until the blood is cleansed. S. S. S. cures Skin Diseases, because it is the greatest of all blood puriSers. It goes into the circulation and KtMU ts iue acids and humors which are caus ing the trouble, builds up the weak, acrid blood, and com pletely cures Ec zema, Acne, Tet ter. Salt Rheum. p!iaplcs. rashes, aud all eruptions of the skin. When S. S. S. has driven out the humors every symptom passes aw;tv. the Ekin is again nourished with co'.in, healthful blood, natural evaporation is renewed, and the skin incomes soft and smooth. Book on Skin Diseases and medical advice free. XHr SUTTT ST ECIT1C CO ACitU. Cm. TO STUDY IN FLORENCE. MRS. WELLINGTON MARTIN OF Davenport and daughter, Dorothy, left this morning for Florence, Italy, where Miss Dorothy will take voice culture in view to preparing for grand opera. Mr. Martin remains in Davenport until November to sell his property and take care of his busi ness interests. The Martins expect to live in Florence seven years or longer. COLONIAL 500 CLUB. THE COLONIAL 500 CLUB WAS entertained yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. J. W. King, 1029 Twenty-first street. In the games the prize was won by Mrs. A. H. Dollear of Watertown. Following the games refreshments were served and a very pleasant social hour spent. The club will meet at the home of Mrs. Hotch kiss on Twenty-ninth street next week. WITH MISS SEEBURGER. THE Y. L. A. SOCIETY OF THE j Spencer Memorial church met with Miss Alice Seeburger. 400 Forty- second street Monday evening. Rou- Market Quotations July, OhH, 954, 94. 05 li. Com. May. r.o, so?. 50';, r.o. July, 51'.i, 51';,. 51'. ZWS. Oats. May. 34 V Zi T. 34 . 34 3. July. S4. 34-s, 31'. 3i2. Pork. May, 18.45. J S.4.". IS. IT, 1S.35. Lr-, Janiiory. IOC. 0.1t2, 9.S7. 9.92. iUy, y.77. 0.77, 9.70. 9.77. Rias. January. lti.7o. 1 .1.75. 10.C2, 10.62. May. i2. V.sj. 9.75. 9.S0. IN GRAIN MARKETS. Liverpool Grain.' Liverpool, Jan. 25. The market at the opening was steady, although val- j ues were to 1 i lower. The easier ' American cables yesterday were offset by lighter supplies here acd the stead- iness in Buenos Aires market at the close Following the opening there na; an advance of U to with a large firm here buying March, and j shorts covered on a better spot de- ! mand and lighter Argentine offers. ; Later and before mid-day realizing de-1 veloped on a small scale and prices reacted from the high of the morning. European crop advices continue favor able, this being especially so of Rus sia, where there is plenty of cash and the outlook favorable. Russian. In dian and Australian offers continue liberal, and there was a small inquiry j for parcels with English provincial markets lower. At mid-day the mar- j ket was firm, but dull, and prices un-1 changed to Hi lower than yesterday. ' The corn market on the whole was ! dull. After opening unchanged, the nlate trade advanced 14 on the firm-I ress in spot and the security of Ar- gentine offers. The American grad ? was easier w ith larger American of- i - fers. J Minneapolis Cash. Wheat, lc under to lc over; fair de- i mand. Think flour sales much larger ' the past two days than reported. ' Chicago Cash. ! Wheat No. 2 r 96SS974. No. 3 r' 95Q97. No. 2 hw 95S99. No. 3 hw 957698. No. 1 ns 107109. No. 2 ns i 106Q108, No 3 ns 105. No. 2 8 980104. No. 3 s 97103. vc 92100, durum 82 I (95. I Corn No. 2 4747. No. 2 w 47 ' 47Vi. No. 2 y 474S. No. 3 454r 45 A. No. 3 w 4545. No. 3 y 45V, j 45. No. 4 44444. No. 4 w 44i 1 44;, No. 4 y 44H44, sgm 42Vif? 43. sgy 43043Vj. i Oats No. 2 w No. 3 w 3333'i. No. 4 w 32023. standard! 33i;$J33i. St. Louis Cash. Wheat dull; fair demand for fancy ! in marriage at Trinity Episcopal rec tory. Rev. Granville H. feherwood per forming the ceremony. The couple was attended by Mr. and Mrs. John M. Clarke of Preemption. TO GIVE CARD PARTY. THE LADIES' ALTAR SOCIETY of St. Joseph's church will give a ! card party and apron sale at the Sacred Heart hall tomorrow even ing. The games will begin promptly at 8:15. Refreshments will be serv ed after the prizes are awarded. WITH MRS. I. S. WHITE. MRS. I. S. WHITE ENTERTAINED a company of ladies at a thimble party yesterday afternoon at her home at Sev enteenth avenue and Twentieth street. The afternoon was spent in sewing. ENTERTAINMENT AT CHAPEL. THERE WILL BE A MUSICAL entertainment arranged by Miss Ma bel Donovan of South Rock Island, at the Aiken street chapel tomorrow evening. A small admission will be charged. ETUDE CLUB MEETING. THE ETUDE CLUB WILL MEET tomorrow afternoon at the home of ; Mrs. Soper, 1515 Arlington avenue, Davenport. PARTY POSTPONED. THE CARD PARTY WHICH THE Ladies' auxiliary of. the Eagles was to give at the Eagle home tomorrow eve ning, has been postponed indefinitely. VASHTI SHRINE TO MEET. VASHTI SHRINE NO. 23, W. S. J., will hold its regular monthly meeting tonight at the Masonic temple. McCANDLESS IS PRESIDENT j IHntal Society Holds Its Annual I Ilanquet and Business Meeting. 1 At the annual meeting and ban Iquet of the Rock Island County Dental society, held last evening at the New Harper, officers were elected as follows: President :Dr. A. H. McCandless, Rock Island. Vice President Dr. G. L. Wood, Geneseo. Secretary Dr. G. W. Peterson, MoTine. Treasurer Tjr. H. A. Zeigler, Mo line. Twenty-five of the members at- i tended the banquet, which was serv ed at 6:."0 and at its conclusion a paper on "The Business Side of Den 'tistry" was read by Dr. .1. R. Buck ley of Chicago. A general discussion I by the members followed. During yesterday afternoon at the offices of : Drs. R. M. Pearce and A. H. Mc Candless in the Safety building, clinics were held under the auspices of the society. The demonstartiohs i w ere by Drs. J. E. James, Wilton Junc tion. Iowa; J. B. Buckley, Chicago: jC. W. Mueller and E. P. Ames. Rock j Island, and W. T. Hinsman, Moline. 1 wheat only. No. 2 r 103, No. 3 r lOO'.. Corn cash 1 to Vjj higher. Kansas City Cash. Fancy strong to 1 lower. Mills re fuse to come in and most samples on i tables unsold. Corn Unchanged. Peoria Cash. Corn receipts 170 cars; market un changed to 'i higher. No. 3 y 44?i, No. 3 w 45, No. 3 444. No. 4 45. Oats receipts four cars; market ',4 higher. No. 2 w 33'i. Liverpool Cables. Wheat opened a lower; closed un changed. Corn opened unchanged; closed un changed to 'i higher. Chicago Receipts. Today. Contract. 20 4 C09 2 Wheat Corn . tOats j ; 200 95 Northwest Cars. Last Last Today. Week. Year. .Minneapolis 3C8 218 427 Duluth 69 26 67 Winnipeg . 58 35 &0 Chicago Estimates Tomorrow. wheat 19 Corn 481 Oats 106 Primary Movement. ' Receipts. Shipments Wheat today 655,000 259.000 Year ago "Sl.ooo 366,00. 519,000 645,000 iCnrn trAav 1 1 tf flf.A year 'S07 000 CHICAGO LIVE STOCK. Opening of Market. Hogs today 30.000. Left over 6,900. Opened 5c lower. Mixed 7.607.S5, ' . " 6 "(S"- 7.5507.80. CattJe 23.O00; steady to 10c lower. LEARN TO DANCE At Prof. 0. F. Slater's Dancing School Elks' hall, Rock Island, every Friday evening, and at Prosperity hall in Dav enport on Monday and Saturday evenings. Class es from 8 p. m. to 9 p. m. Social dance 9 to 12. Terms, 12 Lessons, S3.00 2J5Efiaa2 PRESIDENT FAVORS LEASE OF ISLANDS Alfaro of Ecuador Says Taking Over of Galapagos Group Would Be Beneficial. New York, Jan. 25. In reply to a cabled inquiry regarding the status of negotiations for the leasin? of Gala- tpagos islands to the United States, j President Alfaro, of Ecuador, sent the following personal cablegram to the Herald: "Guayaquil, Jan. 25. A commission of representative men will meet in Quito tomorrow to decide on the ac tion to be taken regarding the propos al of the United States t lease the Galapagos islands to the United States for 99 years. Right-minded pub lic opinion here recognizes unquestion able merits of this proposal to both countries, as it would bring about that closer friendship and intimate rela tions which the United States evident ly desires. "ALFARO, President." DESERTED; IS DIVORCED Mrs. Mamie Lofgren Given Decree in Circuit Court. Mrs. Mamie Lofgren of Hillsdale was given a decree of divorce in the circuit court this noon by Judge E. C. Graves. Her husband. Corneal Loi gren, wa3 charged with having desert ed her and with having been cruel to her while they lived together for three years. Schriver and Schriver ap peared for the petitioner and the de fendant defaulted in the case. Sheep 20,000; steady. Beeves 4.75 7.00, cows 2.60(6.10, s'ockers 3.85 5.75, Texans 4.50Q5.50, calves 7.509.50. " Sheep steady; 2.50 4.40, lambs 4.25 6.25. Hogs tomorrow 21,000, cattle 8,000. sheep 21,000. Nine O'clock Market. Hogs weak, 5c to 10c lower. Light 7.657.90, rough 7.607.70, mixed 7.60 (S7.85, heavy 7.757.85, pigs 7.50 8.0O, bulk 7.707.80. Cattle steady to 10c lower. Sheep meak. Close of Market. Hogs closed slow, 5c lower than yes terday's average. Mixed 7.557.S5. good heavy 7.70 7.82, rough 7.55 7.65. light 7.50(5 7.82. Cattle slow, steady to 10c lower. Sheep steady. Western Live Stock Receipts. Hogs. Cattle. Sheep Kansas City 13.000 7.000 8,000 Omaha 8,500 6,;too 5,700 St. Louis .. 8,500 Estimated Tomorrow. Chicago 21,000 8,000 21,000 NEW YORK STOCKS. New York, Jan. 25. Following are quotations on tne stock market today: Gas 141 Union Pacific 174 U. S. Steel preferred 118 U. S. Steel common 772 Reading 155 Rock Island common 31 Northwestern 1422 Southern Pacific 118H New York Central Ill Missouri Pacific 50 ',; Great Northern 126 Northern Pacific 118 Ixjuisville & Nashville 142-a Smelters 77 Colorado Fuel & Iron 34 Canadian Pacific 207 Illinois Central 136 Pennsylvania 127 Erie 28 Lead 56 Chesapeake & Ohio 83 V4 Brooklyn Rapid Transit 76 1 Baltimore & Ohio 107 Atchison 104 i Locomotive 40 Vi Sugar : 115Y Si. Paul 127i2 Copper 63 Lehigh Valley 170 Republic Steel common 32 LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS. i Jan. 25. Following are the quota i tions cn the local market today: j Live Poultry Old hens, 10c; springs, j 10c pound; ducks 18c per pound; geese iu pound ; turiceys iac pouna. Fresh eggs, 32c. Potatoes, per bushel. 65c. Butter, dairy 2Sc; creamery 31c. Lard. 12c. Onions, 90c. Feed and Fuel. Corn, per bushel, 52c. Oats. 32c. Forage Timothy hay, $15 to $17.50. clover hay. $15; straw, $8. Wood $4.50 per load. Coal Lump, per bushel, 15c; 6lack, Sc. DELAYS BRIBERY INQUIRY Illness of Senator EtieKen Irerents Taking I'p Quiz. Springfield. 111.. Jan. 25. The Helm investigating committee, which had expected to 6tart on the bribery inquiry yesterday was delayed by the sickness of Senator Ettelson of Chi cago, a member of the committee. Chairman nelm said the plans are dependent largely upon negotiations which have been in progress between the committee and Senator John Broderick and which have been han dled in Chicago by Senator Ettelson. DEMURRAGE BUREAU HEAD M. W. Kotchford Elected a Manager for Illinois and ova. PeorTa. 111., Jan. 23. M. V. Rotchford was elected manager of j the Illinois-Iowa demurrage, bureau j at the annual meeting held here yes-! terday. With the election of Mr. Rotchford as manager the headquar- Batten of the bureau, the largest in the , Daily United States Weather IMap If 1 'V 11 I k ' ji aX Iao8iM,or eODUanaoa llnaa, paw Uiroocb soisuof iKUHBfl or doctad liB.puathnmch point t paruara, thaj will 6a drawn ob1 (or aioL(raalBc. 80 SntsouladieataatataoC waatbar: Q elaar; (J atoadTt O alaodTs rata; (gjaaowi raport Aliuaa fly mith taa mittA TSi . for Paat 11 koara; aaooad, M-hoar ralafall. it It aaaaia ULird. wind hLmiii a! Id.iU. , . IT1- Unsettled weather, with rain tonight or Thursday; continued warm, with the tempera ture tonight above the freezing point. FORECAST FOR WEATHER CONDITIONS. Although the northwestern storm center remains over British Colum- bia, a decrease in pressure and a ,f he northwestern storm, unset . . . . . . . tied and continued warm weather, rise in temperature have extended to it1 , t,ht tu.,,.. , , ' me central vaneys ana tne lane re- gion, accompanied by precipitation on the Pacific coast and in the Rocky mountain states, the Missouri and Mississippi valleys and the upper lakes. Rains are also reported from the gulf and south Atlantic coasts. Temperatures below zero continue in Alberta, Saskatchawan, northern United States, will remain in Peoria. Sixty railroads were represented in the meeting, the largest representa tion in the history of the bureau. The territory of the bureau extends in Illinois, Iowa, Missouri, Indiana and Ohio and represents over 5,000 offices. To the Stockholders of the Rock Island Sand &. Gravel Company. Notice is hereby given that a spe cial meeting of the stockholders of the Rock Island Sand and Gravel company will be held at the office of said com pany In the city of Rock Island, coun ty of Rock Island and state of Illinois, on the 21st day of February, A. D. 1911, at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of considering and voting up on the question of increasing the capi tal stock of said company. C. J. LARKIN, W. H. EDWARDS, W. H. M CONOCHIE, GEORGE H. RICHMOND, AUGUST HENKE, CON DONOVAN, JACOB IMHOF. At Davenport Coliseum. Moonlight masquerade Saturday night. "Drys" Air Differences. Chicago, 111., Jan. 25. Factional differences in the prohibition party were aired at a meeting of the na The Old Reliable J. P. Williamson's new and 2d band store has returned to Rock Is land and will be conducted under the firm name of Carney & Thomp son. It runs Jur.'i the same as "J. more for your goods and sell cheaper than anyone else. CARNEY & THOMPSON WE STOKE GOODS. Old Pbone 1088. 1523 Second Ave. Ilock Island, 111. 1911 Will find ns prepared to serve you proper ly. We anticipate a great year in the jewelry business and will show, all the novelties in advance of the season. J. RAMSER Jeweler Opooite Harper house. cOCXXXXXXXXXXXXOCXXX30CiaS I nl 1 am tm. sad ktA partlf auaaimav . JUl Imotu ' ROCK ISLAND, DAVENl'OKT, MOLIX j Montana and Manitoba. The pres- sures are highest on the Atlantic slope. On account of the approach dicated for this vicinity OBSERVATIONS. Lowest Highest Precip. Temp. Temp, last 2 i ' Lst Night. Ycst. hrs. in. , Rock Island 3? 39 .00! Atlantic City ... 28 40 .no' Boston 32 42 .00 tional committee of the party yes terday, and continued at a banquet last night. The fight came to a head when Charles R. Jones, national chairman, presented a report accus ing William F. Ferguson, editor of the National Prohibition, of disloy alty to the party. DANVILLE NEAR LYNCHING Deputies Guard Jail. Fearing Attack on Negro Murderer. Danville, 111., Jan. 25. Danville is wrought up over threats made yes terday to. lynch Harry Thomas, the negro who confessed to the shoot- i ing of Detective Charles Saunders I and other crimes. Extra deputies are ! at the jail and no crowds of men are allowed to gather. Commercial Department. ' Savings Department. Small Depositors Do not hesitate to open an account with this bank because your deposits may not be large. We consider it a matter of good business policy to give equal attention to small and large accounts. 4 Interest on Savings State Bank of Rock Island 2d Ave. and 17th St. PHIL MITCHELL. President. I. S. WHITE. Vleo Pnwldent. K. T. ANDERSON', Cashier. F. C. CHANNON Aaaiatant Cashier. Courteous attention to all. FURS "It may be warm or even wet, But furry weather's coming yet." 25th Annual Discount Sale BENNETT FURRIER -a ... r , a -... V; rf: mi iOlO Second Arcnue. Ixbk II S. Department of Agriculture. WEATHER BUREAU VQUJS L. MOORE. CU E AND VICINITY. Buffalo 32 3 Denver 38 5S Jacksonville . ... 4 52 Kansas City 42 44 New Orleans ... 5 66 New York city.. 26 40 Phoenix 52 70 San Diego 51 f.O San Francisco .. 4 4 56 St. louis 42 4S St. Paul 32 3S Washington .... 20 48 Winnipeg -4 - 4 .00 .00 .03 .00 .00 .00 .f'O .12 .50 .00 .00 .00 .00 J. M. SHKRIRR. Local Forecast er. TO WED ROBERTA DE JAN0N New Yirk Man Socurew I.lor-nV" at Ijos Angeles to Marry IIHrrnn. Los 'Angeles, Cal., Jan. 25. Ste phen Glaser of New York has secur ed a license to marry Roberta Bu'kI de Janon, the Philadelphia heiress who eloped to Chicago with a waiter. Both are in this city. SALARY LOANS TO IIOSi;T K.MI'I.OYK.. 110 to Jl'iO. on Jii"t your plain num. ftppay u In amnll weekly or monthly payments. CITIZENS LOAN MI.NV Ol.l Thnn Kant 11S7. Itoom 6. M-Kinnle Blk.. Moline. 111. ',-T V V V ' ?, $wm for the IIfar Uok Inland.