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THE ROCK ISIiAXD ARGUS. THURSDAY, AUGUST 2. 1017.
AMERICAN FIRE
SELLS POLICIES
QUAINT AND PICTURESQUE IS SETTING OF LEGAL BATTLE IN WHICH
VIRGINIA YOUTH FIGHTS TO ESCAPE DEATH FOR SLAYING GIRL-WIFE
Daily United States Weather Map
Local Insurance Company Re-
insures Its Risks With a
Philadelphia Concern.
CONDITIONS UNFAVORABLE!
IHrectort. Nee Chance to l;-w.o
Holding and itii Field for
Different Rniiic.s.
1 -
! i-L 3f "Yr-zow 1 U. S. Department of Agriculture.
I c-, v i WEATHER .BUREAU
! ' V-'V-- ---J " WI'-US L. MOORE. Chief.
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HScbmord, Va , Aui?. 24. It mipht
have hfen a gifted artist who devised
the feet tins of t'-e fo-ns here that
chow Henry Clay Heatti. Jr., fight
ing to e.sc.Tj.e a dsss;rareful ieath for
the ruurder of I.nuisv, his pirl-wifr,
fco juairit is it a!i, so bfau'ifully pic
tur'q'ie. Tile ( "h-terli Id o;inty ourt
houso is ;. tiny oue-stury red bri k
iiti i white j or: K-oed. in-clad huild
i r; k . anifnt in, years as the great
treeti That tower above it.
As a storehouse in revolutionary
f"'-s it .tf.cd as the eente- of a
liit'-r fitiit lit-twcfn cor.tirenti.ls
i:nder (;i'i'ial Harn v.n Steuben
j-id iti;'-ral Tarleton hetidine a Brit-i?-h
lone. The kinc's Ko'di.rs pit
'cr-h to the buiklint;. Tiu: its thic k
dd walla remained t-tan'irisr and for
i!" :t(ies :ifterw ard the dienititd law
vein arid judges, attended by the r
hl;tk lx;dy servants" in their chaise
t strid- their lively t horou ?; fibred
mounts, iam eluFTinc to its lirond
lawns under Mi; trees on "court days "
ma
1
CrtAfcACTCtt(5TC PO.SES
c,r HlHY C, BEATT1 Z
The American Xatioral Fire Insur
ance company of this ci:y. has com
pleted arrangements whereby all of its
policies have heen taken over and re
insured by the American I'nion Fire
Insurance com nan v of Philadelphia.
This does nor rnan that the local !
company has failed or gone out of bus
iness for it will continue alon? other
lines in the future, it was found how-i
ever that present conditions in the in
. : i i
surance business were cot favorable to i
fair dividends or returns on the mon
ey invested and for that reason it was
decided to sell the policies. The holl
ers of the $170,000 worth of premiums
issued by the local company are fully
protected by the terms of the trans
fer and their policies are better than
ever before for the American Union
is a million dollar company with a
;rplus of
I x-t-n i . Ov- ,n --- v
! 1 . L - - q . a
pr!ir'm ooatiru-oa linen, ru through i-jiniof eiAllr -v-A - OU-i
. j iut wro. llvuzlUtf, Ut". Ana HA-. (
Bloody; O cloodT: ruin: mows report - P .
j mlsinK. Arrow, fly with ihi. wind. Hrrt Uent lowM tm- CC-C? d4 tf
peiure for raM JJhoum: ro-onil. 24-hour niufi7. .f t sacuia '
l ui met; uiird, wind velocity if lu mile par hour or nun, '
i 1
capital 01 .)Imi,im.i and a
$50",000.
WII.I, ( OMIMK imm:s.
President H. II .Cleave land of the Amer
ican National, who together with Manager-Secretary
M. P. Vore and Treas
urer I.S.White consummated the deal
at a meeting in Philadelphia Monday,
said this morning, "the American Na
tional Fire insurance company will
be kept alive and the headquarters
will remain in this city It is also
very probable that the companv re
sources will be increased. We have ! ''sure
not gone out of business. The direct
ors felt that the opportunities and
prospects were not sufficiently attrac
tive to warrant continuins them espec
ially when we had a chance to dis
pose of them without prejudice to a:iy-
1 one. rue directors are now contem-
FOUECAST K)K ROCK IsOLA.NO. DAVEXTOKT. MOLTNE AMD VICINITY.
Unsettled and continued cool weather with showers tonight or Friday.
plating taking up a new line of busi-
SCOVILLE TO MANAGE
THE BURTIS THEATRE
dlrr'I'JUNK YARD VISITED
last year he re-
-oiutio'lit of Wlllium Klirn k
the Illinois lM-H-i Varajny
in lav-i)port.
lie ha.-, had a
he theatrical '.
'lie appoln tment of William .1.
rvlilu k a manav'-r of 'he Illinois thea
ire to Kui.ceed I' I! Taylor caused a
varauey in the :na:iaeerial position at
has been filled by ("haniberlin. Kindt
rV- Co. by The appoint mentof M. S. Sco
ville. formerly a theatre manager at
Burlington. The new
was formerly penr ral
sndieate. rinit the
sided in I tavenport.
w ide experience in
world.
William Klinck. y.fio comes to the
Illinois, has already been with I'hani-
berlin, Kindt & Co. for several years.
during most of which time he was In order In aRfrrtain whether ..r not
treasurer at the Burtis. last .par
was his first as manager of that play-;,e "harle Brady junk yard at 1T.17
house. j Fourth avenue is a nuisance or not.
I narry neei. Treasurer ai ne jioune , memoers "Ol ine commission together
theatre la-.t year, has been transferred; wirh several owners of property ad
M. P.
OltK l V I.K E.
Vore. secretary and manager
WEATHER CONDITIONS.
Showers iu the southern plateau
sections, on the eastern Rocky moun
tain slope, and In the central valleys
and the middle and south Atlantic and
gulf states have attended the south
western area of relatively low pres
sure which extends from California Rock Island
land Arizona to the lower Mississippi Denver
j valley. Another area of relatively low j Jacksonville
has appeared over Saskatch-; Kansas City
i ewan and somewhat higher tempera
tures are noted in the Canadian north
west and in North Dakota and Min
nesota Moderately high air pressures
prevail elsewhere, with the highest
barometric readings in Wyoming. Be
cause of the low pressures to t lie
''southwestward, continued unsettled
weather is indicated for this vicinity,
with showers tonight or Friday.
OBSERVATIONS.
High Low Pr ep.
yes- last 24 hra.
t'rd'y. night, inch.
BY COMMISSIONERS
City Fathers Investigate Ilefore Tak
ing Action Asked lj- Adjoin,
ing Proertjr Owners.
to the Burtis. where he will pet
treasurer under Mr. Seovilln.
as
of the company, and his I'nmily have
made many friends during their four
years residence in this city. It is
hoped that the taking over of the pol
icies by the Philadelphia company w ill
not mean his n wival from this city
although it is possible that he will go
along with the oilier assets of the
American National. His plans have not
matured as yet however.
Atlantic City
Boston ... .
Buffalo
New Orleans ,
New York . . .
Norfolk
Phoenix
St. Ixniis
St. Paul
San Diego . . .
San Francisco
Seattle
Washington. D
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Winnipeg
Yellowstone Park
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MISSISSIPPI RIVER.
Flood Hgt. Cling,
stage, feet. 24 hrs,
St. Paul 14 0.6 0.1
Red Wing 14 0.1 0.1
Reed's Banding 12 0.4 0.1
La Crosse 12 1.1 0 1
Prairie du Chien ...IS 1.8 0.2
Dubuuue is 2.S 0.1
Clinton 1 3.1 O.
1 Claire 10 1.6 0.2
Rock Island 15 3.1 0.4
RIVER FORECAST.
During the next 4S hours slowly
falling stages in the Mississippi will
continue from below Dubucpie to Mus
catine. J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today's 'Market Quotations
(Bv wire from 1-2. W. Warrior & Co..
members if Chlc.iRo Hoard f Trad.-.
tiriiin, provisions, storks, and cotton.
' l.oi al oifi-es at Ilo. k Is'and House. Huck
.liand. 111. CbieaKo oillfe. !S -y.'-10u.
Ho.tid of Trade. 'Local telephone. No.
t west 330.)
Chicago Receipts.
Today. ContraC.
Southern Pacific . .
New York Central
HENRY COUNTY FAIR ON!
Three Thousand People ii (.rounds
the jeiiin Hay. j
iPreetal to The . )
Cambridge. Aug. 21. The .VPn an-,
joining the yards visited the nlaee'nual Henrv -oi;ity fair openod yester-
! t h i morning. They found everything ! n' with promise of its being of the'
in spick and span shape and few ob-1 most successful yet held. Three thou -. I
jjectionable features in evidence. Raas!111"! people attended. Yesterday was;
j such as have been complaJned about ' children's day. Ther are fine displays '
I for eeveral years bark were eonspicu-! in all departments, the children of the :
ions by their absence. No action was rity and country districts being con- j
! taken this morning on the petition spicuous contributors. The floral show.
asking that the place be declared a
nuisance, partly because of the ab
sence of Commissioner Archie Hart.
I w ho presented the matter. The prop
erty owne.rs are unanimously opposed
i to the tolerance of the yard, and the
commission Is empowered under the
tntntes to have it removed. The
matter will probahly be disposed or
Monday morning at the regular coun-
, il meeting.
.Wb- t
W (HI I1 1
If you are a woman and you have tins symptom get
Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound without delay.
Backache seems an invention of the evil one to try
woman's souls. Only those who suffer this way can under
stand the wearing, ceaseless misery.
We ask all such women to read the following letter
for proof that Mrs. Pinkham's medicine cures backache
caused by woman's diseases.
?.IorfonN Clap. Kntncky. "I suffered two
?r;rs with female disorders, my health whs very
ad and 1 had a continual backache which was
simply awful. I could not stand on mv feet long
enough to cook a meal's victuals without my
Back nearly ktllinjr me, and 1 would have such
lrag-r1ug- sensations I could hardly hoar it. I
had soreness on each side, could not stand tiht
clot hiugr, and was irregular. I was completely
run down. On advice 1 took Lydia I. lMnk
ham's Vegetable Compound and Liver I'ills and
am enjoj mgr sthxI health. It is now more than
two years and I hae not had an ache or pain
since. 1 do nil m v own work, washinc and
everything, and never liave the backache any more. I think your
medicine is irrand and 1 praise it to all my neighbors. If you
think my testimony will help others vou may publish it." Mrs.
OUie Woodall, Morton's Cap, lventucky.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has made
thousands of cures of such cases. You notice we sav has
cured thousands of cases. That means that we are telling
you that it us done, not what we think it will do. We
are stating facts, not guesses.
We challenge the world to name another remedy for wo
man's ills which has been so successful or received so many
testimonials as has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
For 30 years Lydia IZ. Pinkham's Vejreiablo
Compound lias been the standard remedy lor
fezaale Ills. o sick woman does justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbb, and
has thousands of cures to its creAit
I Mrs. Pinkham invites all giek women
to WTt- ner for advice. She has
"uuoa uiousanas to neuitn iree or charge. &scSk&--'-izl
Addjros Mrs. Pinkiiam. Lvnn. V-r?rr?rr'
COPCERT PROGRAM IS OUT
Numbers Will lie Rcnlerel at ling
ie Stinday.
The program for the fifth of the
Rrsenhe'd Memorial concerts, which
will be given at Long View park Sun
day by Hleuer s hand is as follows:
March. "Chicago Tribune'' ..Chambers
Overture. ' Poet and Peasant". . Suppe
Waltz. "Dreams of Childhood" ...
Waldteufel
Paraphrase "Nearer My God to
Thee'' Reeves
Intermezzo. ".lolly Sailor" Moore
Selection, "The Army Chaplain"
Millocker
Tensee pathetique, "Iiove and Pas
sion" Messina
Intermezzo. "Carnival" Talbot
Austrian Hymn, "(iod Preserve
the Emperor"' Godfrey
March "Gilmore's Triumphal". Prooke
is unusually attractive.
p,e pure and take a bet'le of Cham- j
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea I
Remedy with when starting on your i
trip this f-ummer. It cannot be o?-I
tained on board the trains or steamers, j
Changes of water and climate oftei; :
cause sudden attacks of diarrhoea, and '
It is best to be prepared. Sold by all I
druggists. j
BOARD OF TRADF. TRANSACTIONS.
Wheat.
September, roa4, 9(34. 87", 9".
December. T.v, 5.4. 94',,. 94.
May, 10"-. 101, K'0'4. loo'.4.
Corr..
S j.iember. t.l, .i!i. ; , i.t'-j.
Deeemtier. 01 h .'-. ;l:v. t;,7-8-May,
t;4, 04, 03, C4',4
Oats. September. 42. 42'4. 41, 4L"4.
December, 44'v, 44, 44.
May, 17. IT "4. 47' 4, 17-.
PorK.
September, 10.2.".. 10.-M, 10.2
January. 10.27, 10.4"i. 10.20,
Lard.
September. 9.1... 9.2.".. 9 12, 0 2".
January, S7, 9. "to. S.S7, 9."o.
Ribs.
September. S 9", 9.05. 8.95. 9.05.
January, 9.42, 8.35, 8.10.
Wheat HO
Corn 2t3
Oats 201
I Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
j Yh( at
! ( ni n
! o.its
1 1 1
282
110',
i :-
40
12:d,
Northern Pacific 117
f-ouisuille & Nashville 112
v ! Missouri Pacific
lojiGreat Northern
78
lion
11
5. 10 40.
10. lo.
Win at today
N car ago . .
Corn today .
Year ago ...
Primary Movement.
Receipts. Shipments.
752.ono ."(js.un.i
. . . 1 nun 151,'00
. . . i;2".oon 4:i i.iinii
. .. 5h2,"00 150,000
Instant Relief
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Liverpocl Grain.
liicrpool. Aug. 24. The effect
of
the weak American cable yesterday j -j-exans :t.50
LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs, 17.0110. Left oer S.SuO.
Opened weak yesterday's close.
M xed 7. On fj 7.70, good 7.057.60,
i much . i.oo, light t.;"f .j.
Cattle 4.500. Weak.
Sheep 1 00. Stead v to 1 nc low-
cr.
I Nine O'clock Market.
Hops steady. Bulk 7 207.70,
light 7.20Tr7.72. mixed 7.05T,7.72,
heavy 0.90fi 7.05, rough 0.90f7.15.
yorkers 7. Oof 7.7. good choice 7.15
'"7.05, pics 4. 75 7.45.
Cattle weak. Peeves 5.1ofrs.l0,
Sore Feet
Feet Cured Every Time. TIZ Makes
Sore Feet Well, No Matter
What Ails Them.
Avoids Wedding by Death.
' Centralia. III.. Aug. 24. Four
hours before she was to have been
I married yesterday. Miss Rose Furt
i ges. IS years old, of Glouster, Ohio,
i killed herself by swallowing bichlor
i ide of mercury. She was to have
j married Carl Barton of this city. She
j left a note saying she was tired of
life.
I Inflammatory Rheumatism Cured in
! Three Days.
i Morton L. Hill of Lebanon, Ind,
says: "My wife had inflammatory
rtwumatitm In every muscle and joint;
j her suffering was terrible and her body
jand face were swollen almost beyocd
i recognition; bad been la bed for six
! weeks and bad eight physicians, but
; received no benefit unUl she tried Dr.
jDetcbon's Relief for Rheumatism. It
igave immediate relief and she was
' able te walk about in three days. I
am sure it saved her life." Sold by
Otto Grotisn, 1501 Second avenue.
Rock Island: Gust Schlegel, 220 "West
i Second street, Davenport.
fers are firmly held and private re
ports from Russia are less favorable
as a result of ra'n. The weather in
the 1'nited Kingdom Is rainy and this
led to fears of damage to quality
and also movement. Argentine ship
ments are expected to be liberal this
week, but these are offset by fore
cast of liehter Black sea shipments.
The whole market was very firm and
st I:.,0 p. rn . prices were to
higher than yesterday. Corn was
dull and nominally unchanged.
Chicago Cash Grain.
Wheat No. 2 r 905 Si, Xo. 3 r S3
ft 90, No. Z h SI ft 95. No. ?. hw
""93. No. 1 ha eld llCrill7. No. 1 r.s
j oMMHfi 115. No. 1 na l'T.f; lPi. No 2
Policemen all over the world us TIZ. : t.s old 105-8111. No. 2 ns I'i0ln5. No.
Pollctmrn stand on their ft a.11 day;; nc 0fi Oft 10. No .3 116 97'' l'-.l. No.
and know whit sore, tendtr. sweaty. ' mr-tr..-. . cavf.s
swollen feet really mean. They us 1 3 s So fl 10o. vc S2 7l lf). d urum S l 9 S.
TIZ because TIZ cures tr.Kr feet rlgtit j Corn No. 2 6304:4, No. 2 W
up. It keeps feet lr. perfect rood 1 1 1 , ,. . - . - . . , , r. - . v- o
Head what this policeman ha to say : G ' 4 l h I . No. 2 v fA'Uf.i. No. .
a surprised and deliabted with C,?,.fi No Z w 04;4, No. 3 v 04v,
Tli for fender fee-t. I bardly Ueott how : . prep.
Ibuk ;n na(h for It. It s suuer- No 4 L-1.? ! .j 0. W i 4.
tr t Btwwdera r Blasters, i ran heep Vr X v f.f. 1-'f T,?, .
l.5u, westerns 4.25 ft'
fi.95, BtnrkerB ? . 1 0 ft 5. 5 n, cowh 2.25
'(0.10, calves fi.fto ft R.75.
Sheep steady to sliade lower. Na
tive 2.25ft 6.40, westerns 2.0oft
.'i.90. vearlines I.0iift6.5i. Larnfis.
ther advance of 'i to with Bhorts . riativp' 4 (u, r,s 6 f,f( Wefiterns 4.75ft
nervous. Large houses here crej; v.',.
good buyers and all offers were read- Close of Market.
ily absorbed. There was pronounced ! Uog closed steady. Bulk 7.20ft
steadiness in Buenos Ayres where of- - r, li-ht T "".ft 7 70 f,o:ivv 0 90ft
u-nu r.rteot rir-r rv in sr;irrnv anci
fnt nrP Fppf ' firmness of both Danubian and Rus-
IUI OUI I GGlj s,aii off,,I.s an(, ,ne rocket was steady
! at the opening and higher. Fol
Tender Feet and Swollen inVt the opening, there was fur-
Pmelters
Colorado Fuel
Canadian Pacific
Illinois Central
Pennsylvania
Ktle
Lead
Chesapeake Ohio ....
Brooklyn Rapid Transit
Baltimore & Ohio
Atchison
liO:omoti ;
Sugar
St. Paul
Copper
Lehigh Valley
Republic Steel common .
.109
. 2s
.2"1
.i::sa
.119
29
. 50
110
10 (
::'.
in
i i n 4
59',
K.2
LOCAL MARKET CONDIT!ONS.
Aug. 24 -Follow ins; are the quota,
tions on tho lotal market today:
Eggs. 15 He
Butter Dairy, 21c; creamery, 22c
Lard, 10c.
Feed and Fuel.
(;orn. per bushel, 5Cc and 70c.
Oats, 4c and 48c.
Forage Timothy hay, $20.
Clover bay, $15.
Wheat, 90c.
Wild hay. $12 to $13.
Straw, $7.50.
Coal Lump, rer bushel, 15c; alack.
10c.
icavy
.65, rousdi 6.90 ft 7. I 5.
Cattle weak.
Sheep weak.
Western Live Stock.
I Hogs Cattle. Sheep,
'Kansas City 7.-1 " 4.000
i Omaha 5.5"0 2,100 10,000
Estimated Tomorrow.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep,
j Chicago ll.OOo 5,000 lo.ooo
mm
sit. mS
plavy
1. Too oma
a-oli.
a. avsat Is flow
i a. Claaaae rosy
! arsVsm wita mln-
NEW YORK STOCKS. j ..".i'i.111
New York, Aug. 24. Following are j 8SJ0 THB TUI1
the quotatiotib on the market today: : aoi'iiZZIV. t,ot
Gas 134 1 i rrouudi frofasslonai
i-t.i.-..-. i.i.,in ic-.- n ot.artee. Orlctnal
n.uu .u'.tiv. ..-vi n
I". S. Steel preferred 114
1 . Steel common . u-
Hea.
lhg
Rock Island preferred
Ro'k Island common
Northwestern
M. C. riprtrifrs on ho
tel ground. Steam,
electric and pln nea-
: an baths. N'nuhelm
. ..112Vi,t treatment. For Jr.fvr-
! matlon aak any Hock
I Is. a rid tKeot or wrlia,
. . 25 I KOTBL COLF4X
..140j Ooiiax. Iowa.
Oats No. 2 w
No. 4
4242
ay feet fa nrlert eoadltloa. Beilee la
my earaest aratltade for TIZ. 1
BllrBiaa aad keep n any feet all i 41 '4 ft 41
" V - mmmmr xiarreil, .guslis. - , . . r, ,or
Vou never tried anything like TIZ I rd 41i4i4'2.
before for your feet. It s different
fr m anything ever before soM.
TIZ is not a powder- Powders and , Wheat 0ened
TIZ draws out all poisonous eiudalior.) ; higher.
which hrlng on arrenes of the feet .' Com Opened unchanged
' iiani out every oorfc and giorfrits the : higher
No. 3 w
w 408 41, s'and-
Liverpool Cables.
higher;
closed
cioeed
All the
Argus.
news sfl the time Th
feet your feet. '
Tc.u'11 never Jimp acain :r draw up j
your face in rja.n. ani yo-j'li forpel
; about your cjrr.. bur.joii. ar.d cal- j
: lou?i. You'll feel like a r.ew pt-rson. ! ... ,.
' TIZ is for sale at all ruzrf at 23 Jr.eapOilS
i cents per boi. or it wil he ei.i you di-iDuluih ....
1 rect If you wish from Waiter iUuIher j -
i Dodge i. Co., Ciucaga. Ill 1 ItLipeg .
Northwest
Cars.
To- Last Las
day. U'ttt Year
.2CC 179 223
3S C 10.J
. Zl 111 C3
EXTRA
At The Family Theater One Day Only
SATURDAY
Elks Convention at Atlantic City
1,000 Feet in Addition to Our Regular Show
5c Admission 5c
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