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TIIE ROCK ISLAND ARGUS. FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 15, 1912.
Daily United States Weather Map
Shoes That Wear Best That Fit Best
' And That Look BestAre Best For You
U. S. Department of Agriculture
YOU FIND THESE SHOES HERE
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FOKKCAST FOR ROCK ISLAND. DAVENPORT. MOLIXE AND VI CIS IT V.
Fair tonight and Saturday, slightly wanner tonight with temperature above freezing.
Rain or snow from the St Lawrence
valley southward to Virginia baa con
tinued to attend the northeaatern
storm which la now disappearing be
yond New England. Rain baa also
fallen in northern California and on
the north Pacific coast aa a result of
the western disturbance which baa
moved with decreasing intensity to the
valley of the Red River of the North.
The pressure Is now highest In the
Mississippi valley and the upper lakes
and in the northern jPocky mountain
sections. The temperature is consid
erably lower on the middle and aouth
Atluntlc coasts. The eastward move
ment of thse conditions will be at
tended by fair weather in this vlcini'y
tonight and Saturday, with somewhat
h htT tem;erature tonight.
Atlantic City 58
Rock Island 45
Kansas City 38
New Orleans C6
New York 56
j Phoenix 80
St. Louis 44
jst. Paul 40
jSan Diego 72
San Francisco 60
Washington, D. C. ..56
Winnipeg 56 30 .00
Yellowstone Park ... 32 .00
Flood. Height Cbng.
St Paul 14 0.4 0.0
Red Wing 14 0.5 0.4
Reed's Landing 12 1.0 0.0
La Crosse 12 1.9 0.0
Lansing 18 2.4 0.0
Prairie du Chlen ...18 2.2 0.0
Dubuque 18 2.8 0.1
Le Claire 10 1.4 0.0
Rock Island 15 3.4 x0.3
A falling tendency in the Missis
sippi will prevail from below Dubuque
J. M. SHERIER, Local Forecaster.
Today 's Market Quotations
(By wire from E. W. Wagner Co.
Grain, frovlntons. Stocks and Cotton,
l.cw ' oltloti at Ruck Island bouse. Hoc a
Iiuliu. III. Chicago office. 8--lUU.
Jl..u. of Trade. Local telephones. No.
BOARD OF TRADE TRANSACTIONS.
Drf-mbtr, 87. 87i. 86. 86.
May, 93'i, 93. 92, 93.
July, X'J, l97. 6S. &SV
December, 49, 49, 47. 47.
May, 4K. 474, 47V4.
July. 49, 49, 4S8, 4S.
December, 30, 30. 30, 30.
May, 32, 32, 32, 32.
July. 32, 32. 32. 32.
January, 18.60, 18.67. 18.55, 18.55.
May. 18.20, 18.32, 13.17. 1SJ7.
January. 10.57. 10.60, 10.55, 10.57.
May, 10.30, 10.30, 10.20. 10.20.
January. 10.07, 10.10. 10.02. 10.02.
May. 9.85, 9.87, 9.82, 9.82.
7. U H
fPIothes Hj. 2o and
THE GREATEST SUIT
VALUES FOR MEN IN
The worth of fabric
and making in these
Kirschbaum Clothes is a
revelation to the average
man. No matter what
price you pay, from $15 up,
every garment is strictly
has all the important de
tails needled in by hand,
and is fashioned from
fabrics twice cold-water
The range of prices is
such to meet every man's
pocketbook, and every
man's taste in fabric and
pattern is provided for in
the assortments we carry.
At $25 there is offered you
garments made from the
finest fabrics turned outbv
the best mills in America.
Kirschbaum Clothes $15, $20, $25 are sold
on a money-back-if-you-are-not-satisfied plan.
The maker's Guaranty given with every
A. B. Kirschbaum Co. Clothes
For Sale by Beat Stores
THE GRAIN MARKET.
Chicago Cash Gram.
Wheat No. 2 r 1029105, No. 3 r 90
100. No. 2 h 87V;&89. No. 3 h 85
&88, No. 1 ns 87S9, No. 2 ns 86
(&87, No. 3 ns 82(384, No. 2 s 86QS7,
No. 3 s 82 84, No. 4 s 75 81.
Corn No. 2 57. No. 2 w 5858,
No. 2 y 57',458V;. No. 3 5555'i. No.
3 w 57 58, No. 3 y 57' 58, No. 4
53 54, No. 4 w 55 56, No. 4 y 57.
Cats No. 2 w 33Vi34, No. 3 w 31
31?;, No. 4 w 29Vi30, standard
Wheat opened lower; closed to
Corn opened up; closed to
To- Last Last
day. week, year,
Minneapolis 593 524 330
Duluth 378 423 196
Winnipeg 833 847 238
Wheat 133 54
Corn 160 5
Oats 228 26
Chicago Estimates Tomorrow.
Wheat, today ... 1,884,000 687,000
Year ago 715,000 491,000
Corn, today .... 602,000 850,000
Year ago 454,000 195,000
LIVE 8TOCK MARKET.
Opening of Market
Hogs 20,000; ic lower; left over
7,250. Light 7.86 0 7.95, mixed 7.40
8.05, heavy 7.30 8.05, rough 7.30
Cattle 2,500 ; strong.
Sheep 12,000; steady to shade op.
Nine O'clock Market
Hogs 5c to 10c lower. Light 7.30
7.90, bulk 7.65 7.90, mixed 7.4008.00,
pigs 5.00 6.90, heavy 7.30 8.00, good
7.60 8.00, rough 7.307.50, Yorkera
Cattle steady. Beeves 6.35 11.00,
stockera 4.107.15, Texans 4. 30 5.60,
cowa 2.757.40, westerns 6.509.00,
calve 6.50 10.50.
Sheep strong; 10c np. Natives 3.50
4.65, lambs 5.50 7.50, westerns 3.6a
4.60, lambs 6.75 7.40.
Close of Market
Hogs fairly active. Light 7.30 7.90,
bulk 7.06 7.90, mixed 7.40 8.00,
heavy 7.308.00, rough 7.3037.50.
Cattle strong; top 11.00.
Sheep 10c to 15c up; top 4 65.
Lambs 10c to 15c up; top 7.50.
Western Live Stock.
Hogs. Cattle. Sheep
Kansas City 6,000 1,500 1,000
Omaha 8,300 1,000 6,000
Estimated Chicago Tomorrow.
Hogs. Catte. Sheep.
Chicago 14,000 600 2,000
NEW YORK STOCKS.
New York, Nov. 15. Following axe
the quotations on the market today:
Union Pacific 171
U. S. Steel preferred 112
V. S. Steel common 71
There's nothing neater for dress than a per
fect nttinff oatent leath
er shoe. We have several
styles with cither cloth
or kid top at $2.50 to
$4.00 and $4.50.
Button shoes are more
popular, but we can
give you lace if you
For street wear we recom
mend our tan button shoes
they are very popular
and absolutely correct this
fall. High or regular tops,
$2.50, $5.00 to $4.50.
'Xt V-! - ,l
As usual our children's department is
with most any kind of
shoes a mother can de- ys!
sire. Patent leather,
tan or gun metal, our
pasv rifting fnntfnrm
.! J . . iF
lasts and is perfectly Mijs
fitted by our experts.
Jockey boots in any
leather from $1.50 to
$3.50 according to size.
Boy's and Men's Storm Boots from
Party Season is here and every lady should have party slippers: satin has the
call and we will supply either black, gold, white, blue or pink, $3, $3.50 and $4
We are amply prepared to meet the demand for felt slippers with a
full stock of grey, brown, black, maroon and red from $1.00 up.
You are always welcome and you are not urged to buy at
55555 SHOES FOR THE FAMIL Y -
412 15th St.,
1807 2d Ave.
118 West Second Street. Davenport, Iowa
Rock Island preferred 502
Rock Island common 26
Northwestern .- 140
Southern Pacific 110
New York Central 114
Missouri Pacific 44 !
Great Northern 127
Louisville & Nashville 146
Colorado Fuel & Iron 37
CCanadian Pacific ... 2C6
IEinois Central :...128
Erie 34 V
Chesapeake & Ohio 81Vi
Brooklyn Rapid Transit 89
Baltimore & Ohio 10G
326 TWENTIETH ST.
Try Black Hawk flour, made
from northern wheat,
per sack $1.39
Three 1 -pound packages seed
ed raisins, no mistake . . . 25c
Three large grape fruit . . 25c
Ten pounds granulated
Ten 6c Van Camp's milk. . 39c
Ten bars Lenox soap .... 30c
Eight pounds new oatmeal 25c
Two pounds soda or oyster
crackers 1 5c
Two pounds ginger snaps. "5c
Three bottles plain or stuffed
Bipe olives, per can 15q
Three bottles, new catsup. 25c
Three packages 0. P. Pancake
Half pound Bockwood's
Cocoa, per can 5q
Half pound Bunkel's
Agent for Batavia canned
goods, coffee, tea and spices.
Use McGee company's oys
ters, shipped direct, at
E. H. CLEMENT'S
St. Paul 115
Lehigh Valley 174
Republic Steel common 30
LOCAL MARKET CONDITIONS.
Nov. 15. Following are the whole
sale quotations on the local market
Butter Creamery, 32c.
Dairy butter, 29c.
Lard, 14c cents per pound.
Storage eggs, 25c.
Fresh eggs, 32c.
Potatoes, 45c to 50c
Cabbage, 3c head.
Onions, 50c to COc bushel.
Feed and Fuel.
Forage Timothy hay, $20.
Wild hay. $14 to $15.
Corn, 63c to 64c.
Rye, per bushel, 65c
Coal Lump, per ton, 2.75; alack,
held at the German M. E. church of
Wrayville, was well attended. Rev
Mr. Mahle, the presiding elder, waa
present and delivered a very interests
lng sermon Sunday evening.
O. Reynolds returned from Iowa
City Monday in a much improved con
dition. He had ungoue an operation
John Eversmeyer and Charles Kleist
of Muscatine spent Saturday night
and Sunday with the latter's brother,
D. A. Kleist. Charles Kleist spent
Monday with his sisters, Mrs. Mary
Kreugar and Mrs. Edwin Feldman.
Mr. Eversmeyer returned to Musca
tine Monday. They expect to depart
for California about Dec. 1.
Owing to the rain the sociable which
Phone 2089. Lady Attendant.
R. W. KENT
Open Day and Night
S13 18th Street, Rock Island.
Chicago, Nov. 15. Grain literature
is fast assuming entire belief in a low
er average level for all grains than has
prevailed for many years. Wheat de
cline la 20 days old and promises to
out-lap 30 days. Last bull hopes are
centered on the Argentine crop.
The United States exported 43,000,-.
000 wheat and flour Nov. 1 to July 1,
1 fll 1 Cn. Iw. aama nOrfnH thin rmn I
year we require to export 75,000,000,
if a later-on keen bull situation is to
h established. There an Dears to be
about 40,000,000 spring wheat too much. :
The western hog run this week Is 15
per cent below last year.
War news Is very favorable for ear
Fine corn weather all over the west
this morning mainly clear and cold.
New York, Nov. 15 Foreign news
this morning is not quite so reassur
ing,' yet the tenor of the market at the
larger capitals would seem to Indicate
that people usually well informed have
no fear of an amiable adjustment
It is stated that the B. & O. Oct.
earnings will make the biggest show
ing on record. The business of the
rubber people is of astounding propor
tions; in fact, the state of trade gen
erally continues highly satisfactory.
We find professional sentiment gen
erally very optimistic, and, newspaper i
comment to the contrary notwithstand-!
ing, we do not believe there is any
short interest of consequence in the
H. R. BATTLES & CO.
THE POPULABITY AND METHODS of this store are the result
of Its five years of exceptional service to tho food buying public of
Rock Island. And it la our endless endeavor to increase the efficiency
of that service by increasing the values we afford the housewives of the
city. You can be certain of the very beat and the most of it for your
money, when we supply your wants.
SOME OF OUR SPECIALS FOR SATURDAY
New Durkasco Tomatoes
1 5c can.
Kohinoor Brand Sugar
Corn, 12y2c can.
Fancy grade of ripe, meaty New
York tomatoes; can full to the
i top; biggest value in tomatoes you
can buy six cans 83c
Kohinoor brand Is extra fancy
f grade of sweet, tender corn and
i sold at a price within the reach of
' all, doz-a $1.25
WINGED HORSE EAC0 FLOUR (49 lb. sack) $1.50.
We guarantee entire satisfaction with every bag of this high grade
flour; made from washed hard spring wheat.
BATTLES' SPECIAL BLEND COFFEE, 31c lb.
A rich flavored, full bodied coffee, which has won favor with particu
lar people. You pay 5c to 8c the pound more for this grade of coffee
elsewhere why not keep the difference In your pocket?
i Mrs. Thomas Watson spent from
Friday till Tuesday visiting relatives j
i at Nichcls, Iowa. j
The quarterly meeting, which vu
CHEESE New York full cream
cheese made last June, the sharp,
nippy kind. We could only get a
small quantity of this kind of
cheese, while it lasts a pound 28c
PEAS Finest medium size sifted
peas per can 18c,
six cans for 93c
GRAPE FRUIT Extra fancy Flor
ida grape fruit, heavy with juice,
12Hc. 10c and 8 l-3c
HONEY Absolutely pure white
clover honey, average one pound
sections, a pound 25c
JAMS White Bear brand of
strawberry and apple jam,
26 ounca jars, each 25c
SMYRNA LAYER FIGS Fancy,
wide spread, pound 20c
MINCE MEAT Heinz's fine qual
ity in sanitary tins, each .. 20c
SUNNY MONDAY SOAP Ten
HOMINY 1912 stock of best dry
hominy, three pounds for ... J0c
FANCY REFUGEE STRINGLES3
Green Beans, Curtice Bros.' brand,
six cans 93c, the tin X8c
CODFISH Pure boneless In one
pound tablets, eah 18c
MATCHES Big Tiger brand
very large boxes, a box
STEERO BOUILLON CUBES
One cube makes a delicious cup of
bouillon, a tin 27c
ASPARAGU S Mallard brand
white asparagus tips in round
cans, a tin 15c
BLACK RASPBERRIES Large
size can Michigan raspberries 15c
Hothouse lettuce, radishes and
cucumbers, tomatoes, spinach,
cauliflower, onions, always on
was to have been given at J. L. Gil
lett's new barn was postponed indefin
itely. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer and
children drove from their home, near
Wilton, Iowa, Sunday, to the home
of their brother-in-law and sister, Mr.
and Mrs. John Furk.
Albert, the second son 'of Mr. and
Mrs. John Furk, met with a very
painful accident Monday, when he
fell from a load of corn fodder and
broke his left arm above the elbow.
A physician was called and he re
duced the fracture.
The Foster school Is having a
month's vacation. The teacher, Miss
Middaugh. Ib visiting at Muscatine,
Wilton, Iowa, and Rldgeway, Mo.,
which was her home with a child.