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THE ROCK ISEAXP ARGUS. WEDNESDAY, APRIL, 17, 1912.
Daily United States Weather Map
U. S. Department of Agriculture.
WILLIS U MOORE. Chief.
EXPLANATORY NOTES. O ' t?L I
OtiMrtitloniukMittlt. m.. seventy-UfOi me- I I ---A Z -si 7S-
rldlan time. Air pressure reduced to aea level. ) "V "7 "7 ." ? 2
Ii'ohaiu iconiiDuou jine pass through points mt.. uTv
of ipfl'iil 1: prmum, Imtbirm idotusd lineal JA .Tz. A
paw lurousa point of eo,ual temperature; drawn ,6cr ' " 7?
on!r for ero. tr-j.ug. 60. and 100. . -4 I
? I 1
Observatloni ukfii at t a. ra., seventr-fifth me
ridian time. Air pressure reduced to aea level.
I'oiiam (continuous Unem pans through point
of 0'il a: prewure. Imtbirm idotusd lineal
pa ttirouKQ point of equal temperature; drawn
oa',7 for ero. traejiiig. 60. and vxr5.
O clear; Q partly cloudy; O cloudy;
rain: mow; report misalng.
Arrows fly wltn tbe wind. Flmt figures, lownn
tetiiperatiire pant 12 hours: second, precipitation
of .01 Inch or more for past 24 hours; third, maxi
mum wlud velocity.
) A H Hap.
BURNING OF AUTO
Bellhop at New Harper Uses
Chemical Fire Extinguisher
SAVES DAVENPORTER'S CAR
Pnp Pan Had Become Ignited In
Some Way and Machine Would
Soon Have Been Destroyed.
KOKECAST FOR ROCK ISLAND, PAVEXPORT. MOLIXE AND VICISITT.
Unsettled and continued cool tonight and Thursday, frost tonight with the" lowest tem
perature near the freezing point.
tonight and Thursday, with frost tonight.
Separate areas, of low prPHsure that
are central over Tennessee and west
ern Colorado have been attended by
preclpl'ation jn nearly all portions of
the ohnervatlon fW-ld except southern
Cannda and the northern border of the
Tnlted States oant of the Knckies. The j Buffalo 46
rainfall at Montgomery, Ala., has bi eniRock Island 48
4.22 lnrln h. The sorthi rn h!eh over-j Denver 54
lies the territory from the Missouri . Jacksonville SO
Atlantic City 58
valley to the lake r jrlon. with its crest
over Manitoba, and freezing weather
prevails as far southward along the
eastern Rocky mountain slop; as
nouth western Kansas and also In the
Kansas City 41
New Orleans RO
New York 74
Missouri and extreme upper Mlssissip- St. Iouls
pi valleys rid numt of the lake region.
On account of this distribution of air
pressure, unsettled and cor.tinued cool
weather is Indicated for this vicinity
St. Paul 42
San Diego C2
San Francisco 58
Washington, IX C. ..76 64
Winnipeg 42 24
Yellowstone Park . . . 28
Flood. Height Chng.
St. Paul 14 4.2 0.1
Red Wing 14 5.6 0.1
Reed's Landing 12 5.2 0.2
La Crosse 12 7.3 0.2
Trairie du Chien ...IS 10.1 xO.l
.22 Dubuque 18 11.0 x0.2
1.C6 Clinton 16
.02 jLe Claire 10 5.9 xO.l
.04 .Rock Island ,15 9.3 x0.5
only the prompt action of Leo
Glotzbach, a bell 1)oy at the New Har
per, prevented an automobile, which
was standing in front of the hotel
from being destroyed by flames when
the oil pan caught fi;e, enveloping the
body of the machine in a mass of
flames early this morning.
The driver of the machine, a Daven
port man, had left his car at the Sec
ond avenue entrance and had gone In
side the hotel. About 15 minutes be
fore 1 o'clock a muffled explosion
was heard, and immediately fire shot
out from under the machine, envelop
ing the entire body. A number of
men who were standing in the hotel
vestibule rushed out to Investigate,
but seemed bereft of their senses and
made no effort to save the machine.
BELLBOY A HERO.
At this juncture, Leo Glotzbach, a
bell boy, who hfad run out on the side
walk when the fire first started, see
ing that water would be worse than
useless in fighting the flames, with
rare presence of mind, rushed back
into the hostelry and seizing a fire ex
tinguisher dashed outside to the burn
ing car, and In a few moments the
flames were subdued.
The origin of the fire is a mystery.
but the supposition is that some man
in passing by the machine, carelessly
threw a cigaret butt in the direction
of the car, and in some manner this
glowing stubb lodged in the oil pan.
The damage wag nominal.
How $1 Saves You Miles of Steps
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Your work table, your pantry, and your kitchen
cupboard, combined in one spot!
Your salt at your ringer tips. .Your pans and
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Only 100 Women Can Join
A rising tendency in the Mississippi
will continue from below Dubuque to
J. M. SHERIER. Local Forecaster.
Today's Market Quotations
You SIT DOWN to work at
your Hoosier Cabinet. You let
through quickly without tiring.
The Hoosier lasts a lifetime.
Hooaler 1 Club Plan In Detail
A limited allotment of Hoo
sier Cabinets to be sold on the
famous "Hoosier Club Plan"
has been made to each of the
S.OO0 Hooaler agents (leading-
furniture merchant In each
town.) To Join the club you
pay merely J1.00 membership
fee: bnlar.ee In a few weeklv
dues of $1.00. The cabinet is
Differs from Installment Plan
This club differs radically
from the Installment plan
which Is linked often with
high prices. Hoosier Cabinets
have a standard low price the
world over, and no Hoosier
arent can sell a Hoosier Cab
inet for one penny more or
one penny less than the estab
we 1 so
Thousands of women all ovar
America buy Hoosier Cabinets
every month. With this rreat
club offer the demand doubles.
The number of Hooslers on
the club plan for each town
Is limited, usually to 60. Wt
secured 100. Only one woman
in Ave who wanted Hooaler
Cabinets oould get one In soma
towns where this plan was
tried first. Those who want a
Hoosier Cabinet should enter
their names early.
Only 16 more
A small supply of the "Mod
el Kitchen Book." famous text
hook on kitchen, uses In Do
mestic Science Schools. haa
been received for distribution
among women Interested In
"model kitchens." It contains
a complete description of the.
Hoosier Cabinet, and 25 illus
tration. Including neveral
photographs of model kitchens.
To each lady who asks, we
shall be glad to give one of
these books, . while they last,
Spencer Furniture Co.
220-224 WEST THIRD STREET,
3,000 furniture merchants who bettew In many sales at smalt profits display
this license sign. They are good man to know.
Katherine Virginia, an infant, died at
WILLIAM II. THOMAS.
William H. Thomas died at the
home of his sister, Mrs. George Car-
dall, 420 Fifteenth street, yesterday
lu,uP.a.u i the home in Chicago. April 15. The
diseases. He had been ill for the past funeral of Mra Heller win
s x monms out was not connnea to helJ from the Central Presb
hia horl until Tl-y-v .-nnL-a n trn U a -nn t
rTC,,u: leran church in this city to-
oorn in uayton, Ohio, tea. 15, 185S, morrow afternoon M 4 o'clock. Rev
0.u.s lo mis -.Ly wnen a ooy oi Marion Humphreys officiating
jt-ttis, auu uuu uiaut) uis uume iu
State of Illinois, Rock Island county,
ss. In the circuit court thereof. In
the May term. A. D .1912.
John N. P.elraers va Elizabeth H. Wil
liams, et aL. in chancery.
Affidavit of the unknown residence of
Elizabeth H. Williams. Livingston Wil
liams, the unknown widow of Living
ston Williams, deceased, the unknown
hairs and Cevisees of Livingston Wil
liams, deceased. Clinton Wesley Wil
liams, the unknown widow of Clinton
Wesley Williams, deceased, the un
known beirs and devisees of Clinton
Wesley Williams, deceased, Oland Wil
liams, the unknown widow of Oland
Williams, deceased, the unknown heirs
and devisees of Oland Williams, de
ceased, and the unknown owners of
that part of the northeast part of the
southwest quarter of the southwest
quarter of section number seven 7), in
township number eighteen (IS), north
range number three i3). east of the
fourth 1 4 th) principal meridian, bound
ed as follows: Commencing at the
northeast corner of said above de
scribed tract of land and running west
twenty-five t2o) reds, thence south
tlfty-one lot) rods, thence east twenty
tive tiii rods, thence north fifty-one
tol) rods to the place ol beginning,
situate in Canoe Creek township, in the
countv of Rock Island, state of Illinois,
impleaded with Luella Hobbert. the
'above defendant, having been tiled in
' v, .idpt,', At1li. of the circuit court of
said county, notice is hereby therefor
given to the said unknown resident de
iendants that the complainant tiled his
bill of complaint in eald court, on the
chancery side thereof, on the nrst day
of April. A. D" 1912. and that there
upon a summons issued out of said
court, wherein said suit is now pend
ing, returnable on the first Monday In
the month of May, next, as Is by law
Now. unless you, the said unknown
resident defendants above named. Elisa
beth H. Williams, Livingston Williams,
the unknown widow of Livingston Wil
liams, deceased, the unknown heirs and
devisees of Livingston William a, de
ceased. Clinton Wesley Wllliama, the
unknown widow of Clinton Wealey Wil
liams, deceased .the unknown heirs and
devisees of Clinton Wesley Williams,
deceased. Oland Williams, the unknown
widow of O'and Williams, deceased, the
unknown heirs and devisees of Oland
Williams, deceased, and the unknown
owners of that part of the northeast
part of the southwest quarter of the
southwest quarter of section number
seven (7). In township number eigh
teen 1 18). north range number three 3).
east of the fourth (4th) principal me
ridian, bounded as follows: Com
mencing at the northeast corner of said
above described tract of land and run
ning west twenty-five (25) rods, thence
south fifty-one (51) rods, thence east
twenty-five (25) rods .thence north
fifty-one (51) rods to the place of be
ginning, situate in Canoe Creek town
ship, in the county of Rock Island,
state of Illinois, shall personally be and
i appear before said circuit court, on the
i first day of the next term thereof, to
be holden at Rock Island In and for
i said county, on the first Monday in May
' next, and -plead, answer or demur to
! the said complainant s bill of complaint.
the same and the matters and things
! therein charged and stated will be
' taken as confessed, and a decree en
j tered against you according to the
prayer of said bill.
i GEOltGE W. GAMBLE, Clerk,
i Rock Island. 111.. April 1. A. D .1912.
I James W. Maucker, Solicitor for
fBy wire from E. W. Wagner A Co,
Grain. rTuvlnlons. Stocks and Cotton.
Local orn- at H-ck Island house, Hock
Island. 111. ChicUKO oltl-e, 95-99-100.
board of Trade. iocal telephones. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
May. 111. 111'. 1 1'1 1 , 111.
July. loi;. HIT'S,, lo-itfe. M6Vi.
September. ltO'4. 103. 102'.,. 102.
May, 77, 7S, 77, 777.
July. 7t'.,, 77'. 7f.;V. 77'..
September. 76, 73-1, 75i.
May. r.fi'H. 57V 5r,Si. I'M.
July, .r:i. 54',,, G3-V 54'.
September, 43',4. 43, 43. 43.
17.97, 17.75, 17.90.
lc.35. IS. 15, 1S.S5.
10. 3". 10.15, 10 25.
10.52, 10.35. 10.45.
May, 10.02. 10 07. 9.92. 9.97.
July, 10.25, 10.32. 10.12, 10.20.
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chmyo Cash Grain.
Corn No. 3 77', No. 3 w 7SS80,
No. 3 y T 7 l-z f i 7."S.. No. 4 76 fi 76 Vj, No.
4 w 7':.' 7s'-j. No. 4 y 7C'tj774. sgm
f.Vff 7n. sgv t'.ii 'n 7 1 x .
Oats No. 2 w 5V"9. No. 2 w 57tfc
(fi 5S, No. 4 w 56 '.-gli 5s. etandard 57
Wheat -No 2 r 110 ?j 112. No. 8 r
lOfiftlM. No. 2 hw HO'sfi U2-s. No. 3
hw le,,; ?, ui. so, 1 ns 112 a 115. No. 2
lis llKi 113. No. 3 n li74j 112, No. 2 8
li'Mi'lll. No 3 s luC'tfllO, No. 4 8 100
4l ICS, vc 100 1 12.
Wheat opened lower; closed to
Corn opened unchanged; closed
to J4 higher.
Texans 4.751T6.10. Cows
Westerns 5.6n7.10. Calves
day. Week. Year.
Minneapolis So 100 142
Duluth 11 39 31
Winnipeg 421 4RS S8
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat today 236,0"K) 271.000
Year ago 254.000 490,000
Corn today 340.OO0 371,000
Year ago 315.000 944,000
THE LIVE STOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market.
Hogs 25.0O0. Left over 6.3S6. Slow
at yesterday's average. Light 7.50-g1
7.97. Mixed 7.65(3 8.05. Heavy 7.70
S.n7H. Rough 7.707.S0.
Cattle 16,000. Generally steady.
Sheep 18,000. Strong.
Nine O'clock Market,
Hogs Quality food. Market steady
at yesterday's average. Light l.ho(r(
S0O. Bulk 7.90IS.05. Mixed 7.65
S.074. Tigs 5.00(7,7.35. Heavy 7.70-5
S.10. Good 7.80f810. Rough 7.70
7.8". Yorkers 7.908.oo.
Cattle steady to shade lower. Beeves
Send down your rugs to be
vacuum cleaned and aired.
Rebrightened by renovat
KERLER RUG CO.
They Positively Guarantee
To vacuum clean your ruga without vvtwrtrnf vicing or stiffness.
2 65 fi 7.00.
Sheep steady and strong. Natives
4.35(fj6.4u. Lamba, natives 5.507.85.
Close of Market,
Hogs closed at opening prices. Light
7.55fi8.00. Bulk 7.905 8 05. Mixed 7.65
'iS.07,,4. Heavy 7.708.10. Rough 7.70
Cattle weak. Top 8.75.
Sheep' strong. Top 6.95. Lambs
strong. Top 8.20.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle Sheep.
Kansas City 10,000 5,000 8,000
Omaha 17,000 3,700 11,500
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow,
Hogs. Cattle Sheep.
Chicago 17,000 3,500 14.000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, April 17. Following are
the quotations on the market today:
Vnion Pacific 172
U. S. Steel preferred 1124
U. S. Steel common 70
Rock Island preferred 57
Rock Island common 29
Southern Pacific ? 112Vi
New York Central 1187i
Missouri Pacific 44
Great Northern 131,
Northern Pacific 120Vi
Ixmtsville & Nashville 159t
Colorado Fuel & Iron 30
Canadian Pacific 252
(Chesapeake & Ohio SO
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 82
Baltimore & Ohio 107
;St. Paul 110
Lehigh Valley 164
I LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
j April 17. Following are the quota
' Uotit on the local market today:
j Butter Dairy, 24c; creamery 31c.
j Lard. 10c.
j Potatoes, $1.50.
; Cabbage, 4c.
j Onions, 5c.
Feed and Fuel.
Clover hay, $15.
Forage Timotny hay, $20 to $23.
Wild hay, $14 to $17.
New corn, 65c.
Coal Lamp, per bushel. ISc; slack,
Rock Island ever since. Mr. Thomas
was employed as a teamster for
great many years.
He is survived by three brothers,
John Js., James O., and Charles E.
Thomas of this city, and three sisters,
Mrs. John Gardner and Mrs. George
Cardall of Rock Island and Mrs. Rob
ert Bromley of Chattanooga, Tenn.
The funeral -will be held from the
home, 120 Fifteenth street, Friday aft
ernoon at 2 o'clock, Rev. H. W. Reed of
the First Baptist church officiating.
Burial will take place at Chippian-
KATIIKl:lK VIRIilMt 1IRLLF.R.
One -day subsequent to the death of
the mother, Mrs. Herbert M. "Heller,
ial will take place
ever seen. "Anotheraish" favored by
onr ancestors was dillegrout. This
must have been a special delicacy, for
the lord of the manor of Addington
held bis tenure on the condition ot bis
presenting the king every year with a
dish "called dillegTont. and if fat be
added then It Is called malptgeryum."
A writer In Oardlners' (London)
Chronicle, describing the Kauri for
ests on the west coast of New Zea
land, says that In places tbey have
buried forests beneath them. It seems
Incredible that trees roughly estimat
ed at 2.000 years old should have other
still older trees under them. The sap
wood of these buried trees quickly
goes to dust, but the heart wood Is
perfectly pound, and much capital is
Invested by sawmills In getting the
wood out. Kauri gum, which Is now
used extensively for special varnishes
and other branches of the mechanic
arts, Is the product of these trees and
Is dug np like a mineral from swampy
land where the trees have been buried
and disappeared through ages of de
cay. The Kauri (Dammars australisl
Is a species of or and a very valuable
Ml Smr TMnti rnlna, mt root aota oo carpet, rugs.
matting, mattresses, upholsterlag we guarantee satisfaction.
Send down your old carpet and have a fine rug made that outluts
tUm all. Work promptly attended to.
1710 Fourth Avenue, Rock Island.
Chrlstianla The storthing has unan
imously granted 136,365 kroner (ap
proximately $35,000) for Amundsen's
north pole expedition.
Your tongue is coated.
Your breath is foul.
Headaches come and go.
ihese symptoms snow teat your
stomach is the trouble. To remove
the cause is the first thing, and Cham-
berlaia's Stomach and Liver Tablets
will do that. Easy to take and most
effective. Sold by all druggists.
The Latin of It
There Is In a certain city a lady li
brarian with a foudneKs for Latin
phrases that sometimes require more
A l. 1. . I .... A I nH. .a enrhim
NAllONAL Recently a visitor to the library In
I nlaoottnrlv fri rTr gKa ho1 anonf
S allll VlJieriCaTi her vacation, to which the lady libra
" tfnllare tra coon or- I rian replied Idly. "Ob. 1 Just took a
vviimo uvl-"ul . little launt ud to New York via train
ZZ the great OUtdOOr and came home vice versa."
rrnmn wriofPVPr "a returned-now?" gasped the
mm C aa ill s T T ax w x t a mm
E you turn.
They are big favorites
S with the business men
S because they give both
SS style and cow fort. ZZ
ZZ "yational"(ind"Amcr- ZZ
ZZ Iran" have the " Slip-Over"
JJJ Button -hole, the " Easy -Tie-mm
Slide " space and ample room mm
for the scarf to show. "
Ask your good haberdasher
about the special features in
"Vice versa," repeated the lady li
brarian blandly. "By steamer, don't
you know?' Philadelphia fcarurday
ZZ 2 lor 25c Quarter Sixes
Urnitsd Skirt Sr Collar Co KUkon.Tror .
Here's a conversation we actually
"Hello. Jlml How are you? Fine
How's your old friend James?"
"Doing nicely. He's gone la for a
course in health culture."
"That so? Well, he can stand It. He
I always did have a magnificent consti
tution." Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Blobbs Does young Dr. Squills know
much about medicine? Slobbs Well, I
should say that what he doesn't know
about medicine would till a morgue.
4th Ave. and 20th SL
Notice of Publication.
State of Illinois, Koclt Island Coun
ty ss :
In the Circuit Court; to the May
Term. 1912. In Chancery.
Fred O. Reddig vs. Alaxie Redditr.
Affidavit of non-rtsidenre of Maxia
Reddig. the above defendant, having
been tiled in the clerk's office of the cir
cuit court of said county, notice Is
therefore hereby given to the said non
resident defendant that the complainant
Hied his bill of com plain t in said oourt,
on the chancery side thereof, on the 6th
day of April, 1912. and that thereupon
a summons Issued out ot said court,
wherein said suit Is now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday in the
month of May next, aa la by law re
quired. Now, unless you. the said non-resident
defendant above named, Maxle
Keddig, stinll personally be and appear
before said circuit court, on the first day
of the next term thereof, to be holden
at Rock Inland, in and for the aald
county, on the first Monday In the month.
of May next, and plead, answer or ae
mur to the eaid complainant's bill of
complaint, the same and the matter and
things therein charged and stated will
be taken as confessed, and a decree en
tered against you according to the pray
er of said bill.
(JKOUC.E W. GAMBLE. Clerk.
Rock Island. 111., April 5, 1312.
Marion K. Sweeney, complainant's solicitor.
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court, May Term. 1812.
Florence M. Wallace vs. Ross S. Wal
lace. Affidavit of non-residonco of Ross S.
Wallace, the above defendant, having
been tiled Jn the clerk s office of the cir
cuit court of said county, notice Is there
fore hereby given to the said non-resident
defendant that the complainant
filed her bill of complaint In said court,
on the chancery side thereof, on the 4th
dav of April. 1912. and that thereupon a
summons Issued out of said court,
wherein said suit is now pending, re
turnable on the first Monday ,ln the
month o May next, as is by law requir
ed. Now, unless you. the said non-resident
defendant above named, Itoss 8. Wal
lace, shall personally be and appear be
fore said circuit court, on the lirst day
of the next term thereof, to be holden
at Rock Island, in and for the said
county, on the lirst Monday In M.-iy next,
and plead, answer or demur to the said
complainant's bill of complaint, the same
and the matters and things thereJii
charged and slated will be taken as
confessed, and a decree entered against
you according to the. prayer of said bill.
OEORGB W. GAMK1.E, tUerk.
Rock Island. IU.. April 4. 1312.
-May Term, A-
A week is all I
will ask you to
pay me on a 17
jewel watch in a
25 year 14 -karat
gold filled Hunt
ing or open face
case. Buying a
watch is indeed
don't pnt off,
but come right to
my store and
Stricken with remorse at bis ow
rapacity, the tax tea b driver said to
the departing passenger:
"Sure you didn't leave anything In
"No," said the man sadly. "1 gave It
all to you." New York Press.
"He has a remarkable girt of self con
centration. I am told."
"Yes. Indeed: Why, be could sit and
play solitaire Id s woman's eon versa-1
tlon dub." Cleveland Plain Dealer. J
The New Dove Cote.
"They tell me you have planted your
nbnrban place beautifully. Have you
any creepers a boot the bouse?"
"Yes; twins." Baltimore Americas.
Old Time Delicacies.
Swans are coming Dac& into favor as
a dish for the table. This reversion to
rh tiM of onr forefathers mav lead i
pick OUt the Watch' to a demand for other delicacies once :
A SPRING WEDDING
will be catered to-by us with ar
tistic designs In rich wedding
cakes and ornamental layer and Q
individual fancy cakes for the 8
wedding feast. Our ice cream
for spring weddings can be
made up in the wedding colors,
.and it is of exquisite flavor and
is made from the highest qual
ity materials. In fact its su
perior quality has made it Just
ly famous when made by
State of Illinois, Rock Island Coun
In the Circuit Court-
D. 1312. In Chancery.
Lulu Holmes vs. Clint Holmes.
AMUIavit of unknown residence of the
above defendant having been (lied in
the clerks ollice of tne circuit ourt
of said county, notice is therefore nere-
by given to the said defendant that the
i complainant liied her bill of complaint
' in said court, on the chancery sid;
I thereof, on the second day of April,
11312. and lliat thereupon a summon is
I sued out of faid court, wherein said suit
! is now nendinif. returnable on the first
Monday iu the month of May next, a Is
by law leqilred.
Now. unless you. the said non-resident
defendant above named. Clint
Holmes, shall personally be and appear
. . I .- ,.n .1... Hr.l
j oeioi e naju cm 11 1 1 ' 'jui i, ... t.i
dav of the next term thereof, to be hold
er at Rock Island, in and for the said
jcouiiLy. on the lirst Monday In May next
land plead, answer or demur to the said
; complainant's Ifill of complaint, the same
'and the matters and things therein
; charged and stated will be taken a
i confet-scd, and a decree entered against
you according to the prayer or said Dill.
;k;olUiK W. '1AMBI.K, Clerk.
Rock island. 111.. April 3. 1312.
Harry M. McCaskriu, complainant's
Not ire of Inal
Estate of Emma D.
you want. Simons'
Jewelry store, 305
held la high esteem, lc tbe Unrteenta
century the hero a, the crane, the crow, j
the cormorant and the bittern were i
considered excellent food. Bat for j
some undiscovered reason the bare and j
Uie partridge were despised, and in tne 1
bouses a.od Of its co&le "PitPer was -.yywyyy
1716-1718 Second Avenue.
Phone West 150.
Public notice li hereby given that the
ur.derS'gned, Hugh iv Curtis, adminis
trator c. t a. of the estate of Kin ma L.
Velie, has this day hUd his final report
and settlement as such in the probate
I court of Rock island county, and hear-
lng on said report has been set for
: April 11. 1912. at o'clock a. m., at
I which time persons Interested may ap
' pear and make objections thereto, and If
! no objections are tiled, said report wiil
i be approved at that time, and the un
: dersigned will ask for an order of dls
i irtbuiion. and will also ask to be
I Rock Island. 111.. March 19. 1912.
HUGH E. CCRTia
I Administrator c a. a.. Estate of Eiun.4
I L. Veli. deceased.
The mso who stands In bis own light
Imnsine th whole world u dark-